The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1, 1934 Winifred Slagle, of oofwith, niece *! 2" A> Joynk> * I)e «* the Jojmt home., i «oyd Saunden relurhed Sunday af. fcfrnwm atter spending the week end la SlonX City on business. ;. Mr. and ton. H. A. Hargreaves and —iter were guests at the Frank nsen home at OraeUlnger on Martha Stebbins is seriously ill rtttoir. She resides with her daughter, i*rs. Vera Walters oft South Minnesota street. ,, „ . . „ '• Roy Anderson and son 4t Radcllffe were visitors Saturday and Sunday at the home, of the former's lathci-, Fred Anderaoh. .P. J. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dorweiler of West Bend were callers « the M. J. Duffy home Sunday: Mr. xiarson is a brother of Mrs. Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and their illdren were in We* Union where — formerly lived oyfe the. week end. visited friends and relatives. Mrs. George Stewart of Plum creek bo has been seriously ill at the home •W her daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden, is out of danger and recovering nicely. ' .Mrs. Susie Bngler of Spirit Lake came here Wednesday on a business trip and spent the night with Mrs. Bstel- 1» Sabin, returning Thursday after- Mrs. Howard fieardsley spent the week end in Rock Rapids, where she visited relatives. Mrs. W. R. Lacy, wtio is making her home at Humboldt this winter, was in Algona Wednesday calling on friends. Leo Spilles of the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware was confined to his home part of last week with an infected tooth. Mr. and Mrs. b. R. Ooeders were In Sioux City last Thursday and Friday while Mr. Ooeders attended a fish and game meeting. Bridget Oaffney returned Tuesday from Rockwell where she has been since receiving word o fher mother's Illness two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker returned Sunday from Rolstein and Oalva where they visited Mrs. Becker's mother, Mrs. Mary otto and other relatives. Anton Anderson, who has been seriously ill with prteumnoia at the Kossuth hospital was able to sit tip for a few minutes for the first tune Tuesday. O. L. BlUey left Sunday for Ottumwa Where he will spend this week on business In conneatton with the Graham department store of which he is man. here. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. frelan and Mrs. •G. D. Brundage spent Friday In Mason City where Mr. Irelau attended a meeting of the agents of the Equitable In- -epranee Company. ; Magnus LJchter and Edgar Finnell, student* at the Iowa.State College at it Ames, left Monday morning after pending the time since Friday evening at their respective homes. ; • Ira Kohl, driver of one of the Standard oil trucks, broke his right wrist Monday morning while cranking his truck. At present he is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Kohl. James Duhigg of Emmetcburg was a visitor at the home of his sister, Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Sunday. Mr. Duhigg has been attending the St. Paul seminary and will be ordained a priest this spring. Dr. C. J. Scanlan and Dr. F. C. Scanlan spent Saturday and Sunday In Rock Valley with their father who is quite 111. Dr. F. C. Scanlan returned to Rock Valley to be with his father, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayes of Nevada were guests, Sunday, of the former's sister, Mrs. E. C. Handier. Mrs. C. E. Handier of Plover, mother of E. C. Handier, arrived Sunday for a few •days' visit, at her son's home. Mrs. Chester Long has been quite 111 since the past week with sciatic rheumatism and arthritis and friends will be glad to hear that she Is, at this writing. Improving. Miss Freda Kyhl of Britt is taking care of Mrs. Long at present. Mrs. Joseph Lelchtcig and children, Sldelia and Joseph, Jr., and Will Owens Arrived Saturday to visit the former's iHster,' Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas. The guests, with the exception of Mrs. Llch- telg, who will visit here this week, left P. J. Christensen will leave for Chicago Thursday night (tonight) where he will buy new spring goods for the ready-to-wear and dry goods' departments. E. L. Gutknecht of LaPorte, Saskatchewan, Canada, who Is spending the winter in Lakota with relatives and friends was an Algona visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver and daughter, Mrs. Eugene Scheme] and son. Mart, were guests over the week end at the home of another daughter, Mrs. R. K. Menzel at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. George St. John are parents of a nine pound girl born on Tuesday, January 30. Mr. St. John Is employed on the Poet Dray and Transfer. Line and their home is in the northwest part of town. Katherlne Mlsbach began teaching Monday at Alvord, Iowa, where She will be instructor in home economics arid other subjects. Alvord is located north of Sheldon. Kathertne's brother, Leighton, took her to Alvord Sunday. J. T. Bohannon, age 75, suffered a stroke the first part of last week and has been confined to his bed since. Although he Is able to sit up at this time he will be forced to remain in bed for the next two weeks at least. Miss Rosella Hlgglns of Wrtlttemore recently received word that she had passed the state board of health examiners and Is now a registered nurse. At present she Is caring for her father who Is In St. Joseph's hospital In Sioux City. Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and nine children moved here Monday from Greene, owa, and are making their home In he Wessel house on West Elm street. Mr. Reynolds Is one of the Joint managers of the Leuthold Clothing store and has been here for some tlm». Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson mov- id here with their household goods rom Emmetsburg Sunday. They will make their home In the Larson house on Church street. Holman Is the son of Fred Anderson. He will manage the Anderson Meat Market from now on. Among those from here who attend- d the annual ski tournament at Canon, South Dakota, Sunday were: Mrs. Hugh Port, Mrs. Thomas Akre and son, Donald, Mr. and Mra. OUA VnuM, Barace Clapsaddle, W. H. Cumflngs, Bob Hilton, Bob Post, Beans Pearson, Dr Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester are moving this week Friday to Mason City. The two men are employed in the Dairy Extension Department of the Iowa State College and wffl continue in that service at Mason City. Headquarters were formerly here and were moved to Mason City only recently. Mrs. Donald Hutchison and two children, Joan and Nancy, and her mother, Mrs. Frank Schtlte, arrived here Wednesday from Cedar Rapids and moved Into the Shumway house on South Dodge street. Then- furniture had been shipped here a few days be- Fore. Donald Hutchison will be in the law office of his father and brother here. It was reported in last week's issue that Bernlce Stork had gone to Jbrt Dodge to have her Jaw, which was fractured while coasting with her pupils at Eagle Grove, set. An Infection, however, had set in and it was found necessary to have her go to Iowa .City where She Is at present. As soon as the infection la cleared up, the jaw will be set. Mrs. C. O. Engelby of Ledyard and Mrs. Oeo. Steil of Elmore, Minnesota, spent Thursday at the Ross Coleman home. Mrs. Engelby is a sister of Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Steil is the former Elizabeth Coleman. Another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, Minerva, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, resumed her classes at school Monday. The following attended the joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary at Burt Wednesday night: Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Rerbst, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, Mr and Mrs. Leon Merritt, Mr and Mrs. Harry Harfcreaves, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Brundage, Mrs. Stella Arnold, Mrs. Fred and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew, Joe Bloom, John Momyer, Charles Berringer and Gene Wray. Mrs. Henry Wegener, who fell on the ice a few weeks ago bruising her leg, is improving nicely and able to get around again. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade was baptised last Sunday in the Trinity Lutheran church and received the name Helen Louise. Otto Bell and Mrs. Emma Reisaer of Letts Creek acted as sponsors for the child. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dftughan and son, John, spent Saturday in Mason City with their daughter, Helen, who is taking nurses' training at the Mercy hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Daughan were accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. Helen Daughan, who went as far as Brttt where she will stay with a daughter, Mr*. Frank Mullln. The elder Mrs. Daughan has been visiting here at her son's home for come time. Altec RedlnR Is asslstlnn with the household duties at the Peter Redlnir home. Joseph Berte underwent a major operation at Fort Dodge Mercy hospital last Wednesday morning. A large number from here attended the Ortfter-Hoftan wedding dance at West Bend Tuesday evening. Lawrence Thilges and Julius Caoe- slus relumed home Saturday atter several days at Rochester. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Hermann are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Hermann's sister and cousin from Earling. Mr. and Mrs, George Thul stwnt last Tuesday at Bancroft with Mrs. Anton Wllmes. Mrs. Thul's mother. New Chevrolet Here; Many New Features The much-awaited 1934 Chevrolet was announced in Algona today, and a new coach and truck are now on display at the Kohlhaas Bros. Oarage. Some of the important features of the new car are knee-action wheels, a blue streak engine capable of 80 horsepower and 80 miles an hour, a new Y-K frame, longer wheelbase, new all-weather brakes, faster acceleration and bigger Fisher bodies. A 13 per cent greater economy at all touring speeds is also announced. Chevrolet, as one'of,the leading cars of the tow-priced field, has been a center of Interest at all automobile shows which have been held in the larger fields, and some of Its new developments 1 and features have proven of exceptional interest to the automblle public. Lst the T7. D. 14.-R, estimate on yon ant Job of printing. Nicholas J. Becker from Trinity College at Sioux City spent several days visiting relatives and friends In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and sons. Donald and Edward spent last Thursday at the Nick Reding.home near Whlttemore. The eighth grade pupils of St. school and rural schools will go to Al~ gona Friday where they write their examination: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and sons. Cletus and Robert from Whlttwnor* spent .Friday visiting at the homes of Mr*. Lucy Wagner and Ted Wagner. yvwwvwwifAiw^^ Peterson Studio AlgonK, tvwa We photograph anything at any tune. Weddings, Graduations, Confirmation and Babies our speciality. Folders and paper surfaces of the newest styles and lowest prices. Better Pictures Less Money Is Our Motto WiH F. Brown Manager. White's Grocery Prices Good from Feb. 1 to 7th Salmon tall can, 2 for Apricots, OA r No. 2V 2 size, 2 for *•**' Dried Peaches 21bs 19c Peanut Butter, 2 Ib. qt. jar __. 25c Parker House Coffee, spec. Ib. 25c Peaches, No. 2M> size, 2 for Pork ft Beans, 111 Ib. ean, 2 for __ "^ Red Beans, 11 ~ 1 Ib. can, 2 for _. llt Canned Peas lC r 1 Ib. can, 2 for — AJt Canned Corn 1C* 17 oz. can, 2 for . M ^ EXTRA! EXTRA! Florida Pineapple, Oranges and Duncan Grape Fruit 10 Pounds For 49c This fruit is the finest you ever ate, full of juice and sweet. > the next day. Ruth Bishop who teaches third and fourth grades at Eagle Grove visited at the A. A. Bishop home over the week «nd. Robert Gore of Dubuque, who graduated last week from the University of Iowa at Iowa City, was also a guest over the week end at the Bishop home. Word has been received from Mrs. Ann Zlttritsoh from Odel, Illinois, that her father, who has been seriously 1U with pneumonia and heart trouble, Is getting along quite well now and Is sable to sit up.. Mrs. Zlttritech has been taking care of her father for the past three weeks. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom left Tuesday morning for St. Peter, Minn., where they will spend a few days. Rev. and Mrs. Sjostrand. will visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SJortnmd and Mrs. Sellstrom will see her daughter, Dorothy, who is a student there At the Gustavua Adolphus College. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannsen of Waverly visited friends and relatives here Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. Johannsen also came to help in the opening of the Leutholc Clothing store here. He is connected with a Leuthold store at Waverly. Mr and Mrs. Johannsen have many friends here as they are former residents, Mr Johannaen having managed the Mode Clothing store here. H. M. Olson, Dick CoSln, Earl Vincent and Dr. L. W. Pox. New Spring Hats A variety of the new modes from which to make your selection. Have you seen our new stamped linen table clothes? New Wash Frocks The Elite DIDN'T To buy your next supply of coal. Order now from F. 8. Norton & Son and keep your home warm and cozy during the cold weather. F.S. Norton & Son Phone 229 • "."1 Knee-Action I Wheels &*'-.. :• ' * | t tionger wheeibase i *'-' '''"''•' '•-'-' ' , _.•;." ^ f'^-X~ ' ' : -' : '-i"'Y- ;;/ : '• : " .:' : $.^;&*-?::••:•• -;',; --I- •*.-.;.•'.•.:.•; tf'&n* ^ '.. W'-rv-1 ••'.'•' D • J' ::: '-"' *?Bigger rjsher bodies 'i^/rtef,:^: ;• •>:;•:: ••"•:,;•;:.&£ &*>: P^^PIs^^fe*!^^pif ^Bilge §ireal< Er»gi ne 'iP-V/.v. ..'•'; .-• '-'. '•:•'•'•' . _ • • •';;•' /'" •'• ; --v '..:'- ' •. 80 horsepower; . • • t> . ' . 80 miles an hour<*> • • j Faster acceleration . Wo greater economy at touring speeds. t • ' Increased smoothness ' and quietness *' l New, larger -• . all-weather brakes , '* i ^i>jr<&«#i»&*#we* «^J 1 Smart new styling Typically low Chevrolet prices FOR 1934 " ''*'' i; v *'*•;•!:•;;*V?;* vml'fM*. It's here now, for the first lime: the, car that all Anirrica lias Iwcn btamiing by to see and drive— Chevrolet for 1931! An«l if you aren't among the first to attend the gala introductory showing, you're going to min* one of the higgesl, most exciting events of the whole motor car year. There never has heen a new Chevrolet model with so many baaic and sweeping advances as this one. Its different— totally unlike anything you've seen or anything you will see in motor can* for 1934! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, M ICUIG A N. Uuisiun i>/la-iurul Muturt Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, Algona SERVICE MOTOR CO. Bw* RODERICK AUTO CO. Lone Rock nA you'll n«v«r be satUfltd with any other lew-priced cor

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