The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1934 Refused $95 for KoMiith County Land Bancroft Register: D. L. McDonald of Algona, had a customer for a 160 acre fam fairly well improved in Cresco township owned by the Equitable Life Insurance company and the party offered 185.00 per acne last week. The company turned the offer down and refused to name a price on the farm, so It looks aa though the insurance company feels that farms are now more valuable. The Editor's Mailbag New "Knee-Action" Chevrolet Gives Passengers Ride Like a Glide LEDYARD NEWS BANCROFT NEWS Some of the Upper Des Moines subscribers In "furrin' parts" have favored us with short notes in sending In their subscriptions, and we print a few from well known former Kossuth county people below: Subscriber for 50 Yean Have taken your paper about 50 years, ever since tiie first paper we took. Mr. Treptow came here 50 years ago last March and I, SO years last July, and we have saw many change. Truly yours, Mrs. Wm. Treptow, Br«-t, Iowa. Hard Times In Canada Liberty, Saskatchewan, Jan. 30, 1934. Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa. Dear Sirs: Enclosed find M. O. to apply on subscription. We are having a win- I ter with lota of snow. Last Tuesday had the worst blizzard in 25 years. People are having a hard time—poor crops for the past five years; were eaten up by grasshoppers this last year and are expecting an outbreak over 18/000,000 acres of the province next year. However, we hope for the best and must carry on. Yours truly, A. L. Jackm&n. Harvey Says "Good Paper" In sending his subscription, Harvey Ingham, editor of the Des Moines Register and Tribune, says. "You are making a great paper of the good old Upper Des Moines. X greatly enjoy reading it.-Harvey Inghafen." . Bmfly C, Dodge Write* Mrs. TBmily C. Dodge, well known Algona lady "for many years writes from hernev home m Fauon, Nevada: "I am enclosing postoffice order for $250 subscription to Algona Upper Des Moines for 1934. I am always glad to receive the paper and keep in touch with actl- • vlUet in Algona, although many names that used to appear in the weekly are there no more. Very best wishes for a happy and prosperous year. Your, friend, Emily O. Dodge." "Nert*" for the Earthquakes Bert Peck, for many years a popular : Algona bJMneea man, who moved to California-several years ago, with his family, writes from his new home at Long Beach. "Dear Friend BUI: Hello, how are all of you folks. I hope as well as usual. We are well. We still like to live in California Just aa well as ever. We are having some earth tremors, but we don't think much of them any more, for we have had so many. They claim that it will take a year before they quit for good. We get some quite hard shakes once in a while, but live hi hopes of those quieting down soon.—Bert Peck." (Crowded Out Last Week) and In th« dntga utd . __., •»« *» *• ««» t«M Cherrolet. , r attention lia«beenilT«ntod»l- 1 ... -....-.fc.,.. •II annorli* MturirioM of dfiyfreetbl* been eliminated. The apper photo >ho*< «"• """iT—J^ZTCnC; «tth It. lohf, deck line*. Wind fmh ha. been jllmjiurwd by the Flitter No Draft Ventilator, and. the ne* •tre.mllnrd «*>«U"-.._ Chemlef. "Knee-Action" wheel, enjoy the adnnut* at being ^ e left hoMtoi a chart which 'SS; throo-h I . andVharply pointed derfcn. Smartne* ha. been the theme l» every line of tW. rear*. Chevrolet. The drt»ef und passengers lo the new 1934 Chevrolet see a ride tike the glide of an airplane. One of the main factor* In Improving the riding qu»Ur' -* "to fuch • treat extent U the "Knee-, |uaUtle» of the new car -Action * The Upper DM »<*»«* "Royalton, Montana: Please renew our subscription another year, enclosed find $2.60 for same. We tried to make oursleves believe we could get along without the paper these hard tines, but It Is a hard thing to do. Haven't much snow yet, but it looks tonight as though we were going to have enough by morning.—Alice H. Winkle." ,. , • • • , FBN» the MMbm*> la Colorado "Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jan. 3, 1834: Algona Upper Das 'Koines. Dear 81rs-4"!eaM> find enclosed > check In payment for the Upper Des Moines for 1934. We look forward to thin bit of news of our Algona friends. We are enjoying sunshine and no really cold weather so far this winter. With all good wishes for the new year, we are, very truly yours. Mrs. O. B. Malone. 1 ; Let the U. D. ftt-R. estimate on your next Job of printing. 10 men • »ic«i cjucm •» »••»> .^ , pendently iprang front wheels, to u§e the technical " So much has been written about independent springing that the public ha* doubtlesi concluded that it U something too technical to understand. As a matter of fact, there Is nothing complicated about either the principle Involved or the construction of the system. Chevrolet's "Knee -Action" enjoys the advantage of being enclosed In a welded weatbertlght housing in which the entire spring mechanism and shock absorb' er» ride up and down in a bath of oil. An automobile gives a perfect ride when both the front and rear springs have the same "frequency, or tension. Actually this has been impossible to carry out in the past because the front springs had to be over twice as "stiff" as the rear springs In order to hold the front axle, wheels and brakes in place. In independent springing, the wheeb and spring mechanism are rigidly attached directly to the frame and there is no front axle. By relieving the front springs of the task of carrying wheel* and axle, therefore, it became possible to make the front springs as "soft" as the rear springs. When the new Chevrolet strike* an Irregularity In the road, both front and rear move up and down with the same frequency—there Is no inclination on the part of the rear end of the car to leap Into the air and throw the passenger* forward and upward. Chevrolet's "Knee-Action" Has additional advantages all contributing to a comfort In riding never before thought possible in a motor car. There Is a decided improvement in handling, steering, safety at hiih speeds and tire economy. In design, the front spring is a neat, compact and efficient unit, a* Mr. Holler points out In the above picture. The entire spring mechanism is attached rigidly to the frame. From this enclosed unit the wheel" spring vertically at the ends of strong, steel horiiontnl A baby Rirl was born to Mr, Mrs. Clarence Nemmers Friday. Tom Garry Rave a stag party Sunday evenlnsr for a Iftrire number of his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders arte the parents of a baby boy born on Monday. Mrs. Frank Welp and Reirlna Berens were in New Hampton Saturday where Mrs. Welp consulted an eye specialist. Mrs. Charles Baker and Isabel Saunders accompanied Hubert Hood to Humboldt Friday and returned Saturday evening. Mrs. J. A. Devine and Mrs. J. tlnder- kofler drove to CarroU last Thursday and came home Friday. They visited with relatives. Mrs. Bill Qulnn and Mrs. Bridget Qulnn were in Mason City Tuesday arid Manraret returned with them for a few days' visit. Dr. R. E. Weber of Bancroft. Mr. CumminRS, Paul Hamtl and Dr. L. W. Fox of Alowia attended the ski tournament at canton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke have returned home from Illinois, where they have been spending their honeymoon for the past two weeks. The Forester hall was the scene of a gala celebration Tuesday in honor of the President's birthday. .A latte crowd of merrymakers packed the hall, ana the evenln* was a huge success. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and son, Charles drove to Blue Earth Friday to meet Bob Quinn who is studying for the priesthood at the St. Paul Seminary at St. Paul. He will remain at his home for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Bridget Qulnn, sons Bob and Charles, and daughters, Margaret and Julia and granddaughter, Magdalen, Rev. Father Scholtes and Rev. Father Pick were entertained at a dinner in honor of Bob Qulnn at the home of Mrs. Bill Vaske Monday evening. Mr. Benjamin, our local baker, baked a three-layer birthday cake In honor of President RooseveK's Band birthday Tuesday. It was beautifully decorated in red. white and blue with fifty-two candles as the finishing touch. The cake was on display in the Window of the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank. Twelve ladles surprised Mary Sheridan on her birthday last Tuesday evening. All wore hard time costumes and each brought a prize with them. The highest winner In bridge was the first to draw her prise and the rest followed suit. Mrs. Andrew Dfelterlmt was-hostess and furnished a delightful lunch after cards. There were 120 that attended the card party at St. John's hall Sunday evening. Mrs. Frank Hatten and N. B. Schiltz won high score In bridge while Loretta Weber and N. J. Schiltz received low. Frances Berens and Al Fuchs won high score in five hundred while Corinne Nemmers and Peter Kramer received low. There will be one more card party next Sunday ev- , enintf Riven by the Young Ladles' Sodality. ' (Crowded Out Last Week). Mrs. August Oelhaus has been very critically ill this past week. Marjorle Stranahan and Norma Kely were Algona shoppers Saturday. Edward Kroner attended a <mUn dealers convention in Fort Dodere for several days the early part of last week. George Dunn has been, ill the cast week with an attack of yellow jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Oelhaus and August Oelhaus all of Hubbard came on Saturday to visit at the August Oel- iflus home. Beginning the first of the week the Northwestern ratlrond will have daily trains through here and connecting with Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oustafson and sons and Belinda Harold attended the funeral of Grandfather Harold at Marathon, Iowa, last Thursday. The literary and athletic boards of the local hl«h school are stwnsorinR a talking picture to be shown in ».he auditorium Monday evening. Feb. 5th. The nursery school started work on Thursday under the direction of Mary Jane Lewis with 11 pupils enrolled. Several others are expected later. James Mayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne. broke his thumb while playinjt at school last Thursday. He waa taken to Dr. Devine to have it set. Friends here received announcement this week of the birth of a daughter. Marjorie LaNelle, to Rev. and Mrs. *. E. Harvey at their home In Rowan on January 34th. Our boys' and girls' basketball teams played Seneca at Seneca Friday nj*ht. The girts were defeatedJo to 15 and toe boys won 42 to 21. This leaves the tiedyard boys still leading in the NortJi ICossuth League. The M. E. Ladies Aid will meet in the church basement Thursday afternoon. Each lady Is asked to bring a covered dish. A committee will furnish sandwiches and coffee. Everyone Is cordially Invited. The Fred Darnell family, th« Chester Johnson family. Burton Johnson, the August Busch family, Martin Gable family and Belle Anderson attended ft card party Friday eventmr at ttie James Hilferty home. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and Or»l Dw- sev. Mrs. Fred Dorsey and daughter and Mrs. C. I. Mftnsmith of Burt visited at the Lawrence Olllespie home In Algona last Wednesday. Mrs. Carpenter also visited her brother, Noel Entwhlstle. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch attended the weddtn* and acted (w attendants when Mlw Adeline Severson of north Kossuth and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon SevFTSon was* united In mam- aire to Churtps Chambers. Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers of Grant Center at East chain. Januaj* 24th. arms. ^ Washable Wall Paper Hero's something new and practical... a wallpaper that can be made to look like new by/ merely washing it. Pencil marks and Grease easily removed. Call i:V7 for Full Demonstration. Bert Deal "A Specialized Insurance Service" The Algona Insurance Agency C. B. LaBarre Low Rates Quick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds—Loans—Investments Phone 55 . 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank. Items of Interest that were Crowded Out Last Week Mrs. Baker Visits ^Mother in Kanayrha K^wha Reporter: Dr. and Mrs. H. H, Stewart left the first of the week for Des Moines, where they are attending the state convention of veterinarians. During their absence, Mrs. L. O. Baker of Algona Is at the Stewart home to bt> with her mother, Mrs. Robert Lucas, who resides with thei Stewarts. Groeders Go. Decorating The Goeders Co. ia doing some early spring decorating with the result that furniture and fixtures have undergone rejuvenation with paint and varnish and now look almost new. Armstrong Man Fays Marvin Fothergill, Armstrong, arrested Dec. 39 for bunting without a license was released from custody on payment of the fine and payment of costs to P. A. Danson, justice. Ross W. Moses arrested Fothergill. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTOBNEY8 AT LAW J. Harrington f J>. Lowe HARRINGTON * tOWB ATTORNEYS AT LAW MJ-14 Knt »» M Bank Bit ALOONA, IOWA _ i. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALOONA. IOWA 1 J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a E. McMahor J L. B. Linnan SULLIVAN. MeMAHON Jk LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office) over County Savings Bank ALOCNA. IOWA. DOAN NEWS John Bahr moved into the McMahon house near Sexton recently. Lambert Ventelcher started working for the John Deere people at Mason City Monday. Will Neurotli has rented the old Fred Corey place west of Wesley for the coming year. All the farmers in this neighborhood are busy filling out their corn-hog program papers tihese days. Mra Buth Sparks entertains the Doan Ladle*' Aid this week Thursday. Mrs. A. Martinek Is assistant hostess. Nearly all the children la the school in district four have the whoopta* cough, although none are seriously ill so far. Henry Nelson has started working on his lob. as assessor in Wesley township,. Mr. Nelson has been the assessor in this township for a good many years. FHYSICIANS * BURGEONS wTe. QUAHTON a ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth county State Bank Office Phone, 437 ALOONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 251 8TILLMAN B. J. VAN NESS * G. LAWYERS Office over low. State Bank. Phone 313-W Algona. low*. J. N. KXNEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rtst over Rexall drug store. Office phone 800 Res. Phone 836 ALOONA. IOWA. O. H. CHETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon <fe Physician Office John Oalbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathio Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 888. Algona, Iowa, P. V. JANSB, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Offioe on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. SM; Office 6M. MELVIN O. BOURNE. PHYSICIAN <t SURGEON Oflice over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 197 Res. M . . ATTORNEY AT LAW iao - K.O.BtfeMAHON Attorney at Law Offtc, ov« Qutoby 4= Alton*. Iowa HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney a* Law over low* State auk. Phone M0. P. A. DANSOW ~^j» — 460-4 •U _ Ian. A. WANDEB, Ore* DENTISTS H. M. OLSON DENTIST Ou or Novocalne used for extraction Located over Obriotenitm StorePhone: Buslnei* 1W, Residence, 4TO ALOONA. IOWA Helen Huskamp of Fenton is Bride Fenton: A quiet home wedding took place at the Herman Huskamp home Sunday. January 28, at two o'clock when their daughter. Helen, became the bride of Clarence Arbogast. The single ring ceremony was read by the Rev. J. T. Snyder. Sunday was also the wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Herman Huskamp, prominent armers of near Fenton. She was gra- uated from the Fenton high school, ater attended the Iowa State Teach- rs College at Iowa Falls. Since, she a been a successful teacher In the- ools near Fenton. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Myrtle Doty of St. 'aul. He has been employed on the Walter Wegener farm near Fenton lor he past eight years. Debaters Break Even Algona debaters broke even in a debate with Fort Dudge teams, here, on Monday afternoon. The affirmative ,eam, composed of Max Miller and 3ertrude Nelson, won, and the negative team consisting of Walter Eeard- sley and John Christensen, lost. Milton Norton, Otto Laing and Rev. M A. SJo&trand were the judges. Jubilee Singers Concert Browne's Metropolitan Negro Jubilee Singers of Chicago will give a concert at the high school auditorium tonight February 1. The concert is being sponsored by the junior class and will begin at 7:45. An ad appears elsewhere in the paper. DB. C. D. BCHAAT. Qulnby Bldg. Re*. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa Algona Young Men Win High Place • t--'-.«l-H|J.-,.i'*i*.|rj-.'** '' 4 '' 1 *Wf rW "1"H in Business World .While in Chicago resently Arrhie Hutchison called on Paul Rosewall, an Algona boy, who left here about ten years ago, and entered the employ of Tony RuboviU, Inc. Since that time young Rosewall hag climbed to the position as general manager of the institution which is one of the largest in Chicago. The floor space covered with all sorts of expensive machinery, covers many acres. The company has in operation many large printing presses in the printing of catalogs, books, etc. It 15 Interesting to note how far this family of Rosewall boys have climbed in the business world. Prof. Oscar Rosewall of the University of Louisiana, is nationally known as an entomololgst, who had been fighting the Increase of dangerous bugs for years. HJalmer Rosemall is a leading clothing merchant of Blue Earth, Minnesota, and Paul la general manager of this great Chicago company. Archie says, "I wish to congratulate then- good mother who still lives in Algona and is proud of the success of her boys and I only wish that their father Charles Rosewall, had lived to witness the success of his family." Another Algona boy, who left here about 30 years ago U Ambrose Bowyer, who has made a success of the publishing business and become one of the wealthy men of Chicago, being rated a millionaire. Ambrose and his wife left Chl- ago last Monday for a trip around the rorld. TAYLOR Sent to Cherokee Peter Jorgenson, Ledyard, was taken to Cherokee, Tuesday, followng a hearing before the county Insanity commission. He was committed on aa taeb- riacy count. Brother Dies in Mpls. Mrs. W. T. Fish of Whittemore writes us the following letter regard- ng the death of a former Burt boy. "It may be of interest to some of your readers to know of the death of a former Burt boy, Grover Shaefler, who jassed away at his home in Minneapolis Wednesday, Jan. 24, of pectorls angina. He was 48 years old. Surviving him are his wife, three brothers, A., Balaton, Minn., P. T. of Aniiret, Minn . and W. E. of Minneapolis, and two sisters, Mrs. L. E. Town of Balaton and Mrs. W. T. Fish of Whittemore. A brother, Henry, passed away last July." Mr. and Mrs. Fish attended the funeral in Minneapolis, Frday. Burial waa also hi Minneapolis. Gets 90 Days Harry Crouch, Algona, was sentenced to 90 daya in jail by Judge Davidson in district court, as the windup of a case brought up some time ago and continued. 8th Grade Exams Over 250 applicants for eighth grade examinations will take their tests at the Bryant building, Friday moming at 9 o'clock. Announcemen t We are expecting to get a car of all kinds of Lumber, Shingles, Lath and any one in need of anything in this line for spring, we will ask you to call on us and we will give you prices on your needs F. O. B. your home or F. O. B. Algona. We Expect a Car of VETEIUNABIAN8 Dr. L. W- Fox Dr. J. B. Wtakt. Office XW W«t BUU Street. Offloa Pboo* «n-W RM. 41»-» L, M.HEKKHT _tt tow» School Operetta Irvington: The school children of the Irvinaton school will present an operetta friday evening at the church. Ttie general public U iaviteJ, Boot Fire Here A flre In the Martin Jencen borne, Thursday morning did tome damage to the not. MremftB got »t the blue before it could gam much headway. KtMHUth HwtpiUl E P. Keith of Algona was a patient at the hospital Thursday for medical treatment. Eldoa Oberhelman of Oorwith underwent an appendectomy Monday. N. O- Taylor of Algona had his appendix removed Tuesday. John Newbrougtt of Lone Rock submitted to a major operation Tuesday. Lund of Algona underwent a HATFIELD DANA THE WONDER COAL By the time tM* paper is out also a car of W. Kentucky Lump at right price. We can furnish your needs in Steel Posts and Fencing, Poultry Fence. Give us a call. Gates and E. N. T "Where Quality and Price Meet" Phone 357 On The Diagonal. major operation Monday. Charles U employed at the Luaby drug store.
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