The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 29,1934 Anderegg Farm Home Has Narrow Escape H- Oarfleld township, hls h . * s aj ™ home destroyed by flre, Monday even- S* He y the famUy had been to a -show and upon their return home S^L S « oke ' T^y investigated, and found a nre in a closet, upstairs, it M Believed that mice may have ignited some matches. The closet was damaged and clothes destroyed. Half or Whole Hams at LONG'S For Easter vwuvwwww Mrs. Sadie Frank! has been employed Barbara and Mrs. Forest Twogood, since last week at the Elk Dry Clean-, spent Tuesday in Fort Dodg* Mrs. Homer Anderson and son, Richard, visited Reed Anderson at Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson were business visitors in Fort Dodge on Thursday. Mildred DeGraw, teacher in the Cedar Falls schools, spent the week end with her parents. The Carl Vohs family of West Bend were Algona shoppers Friday and also visited their parents. Mrs. Lily Thompson of Lone Rock was a guest one day last week at th< A. A. Bishop home. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalne: and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer were vis itors in Des Moines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oari Ehent of Whittemore were Wednesday callers at the Otto Neuman home in Sexton. Mrs. M. P. Haggard and daughters PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL! CROQUiaNOLE WAVES $2.75 Ask about the free Eugene and Realistic Croqnig- nole wave given away free every three months. We have waves priced to fit any pocket book. Open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings by appointment. We have the new Rubenstein $1.00 specials. Ask about them. Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Phone 803 Algona, la. BRING on the "EATS" That's an Order for Wilson's Bakery Goods w Jff : It's no Joke to have to feed a hungry family, especially when they all have healthy appetites for "home-made" bread, muffins, pies, cakes and cookies. You can spend hours in the kitchen making things to satisfy their demands, or you can do what hundreds of modern housewives are doing everyday and buy all your bakery goods .it Wilson's Bakery. Everything we have is cooked In* the "home-made" way— they've mot that flavor and «oodneM that make healthy appetites, and they're reasonably priced. Shop- here today.' Wilson Bakery GRAND OPENING Surf Ballroom CLEAR LAKE Easter Monday APRIL 2 Andy Kirk and his 12 Clouds of Joy—Featuring Mary Williams, Blues Singer. LADIES 36c GENTS 40c Red Nichols and His World Famous Pennies, Sat. April 7 CUT-RATE GROCERY Anniversary Sale Goes On. Every day our store is crowded with hundreds of thrifty shopper* who are taking- advantage of our extremely low prices. These Are Just a Few of our Outstanding Bargains Jell Powder 9C r 7 pkgs ^ J l Corn Flakes 3 Pkgs- Prince Albert, 1A« per Mn IVV tin Cleanser, 3 cans lOc tlreen Tea, Q/. % pound «'*' Corn Meal, 5 IDs 9c Lye, 1 cans 21c 'Preserves, 2 Ib. Jar Matches, OO 6 boxes .................. fci«)v.' Salt, 2- lOc sacks 15c REMEMBER—Saturday is your last day in which to purchase without paying additional Sales Tax. FREE Saturday only we are serving that delicious Tone's "Coffee House" Coffee with Cookies.—FREE. Saturday Night Some One Will Win the Ooaater Wagon 'Busiest Little Store iu Iowa." Louis Duffy of Whittemore was a caller at the M. J. Duffy home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson and son, Charles, left for Des Moines Tuesday for a few days' visit with friends. Lots Hllderbrand of Emmetsburg was tt guest Monday and Tuesday at thy home of her sister, Mrs. Dwight Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cooper of Mt. Vernon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough Friday and Saturday. Tom Da'tey and his carpenter crew shingled the M. E. Qulnn building at Sexton, occupied by Otto Neuman, last week. Gertrude and Charles Morrow of Audubon, Iowa, visited Bernice Dearchs and Bud Isaacson respectively over the week end. Mrs. H. N. Webster and Mrs. Ed Gorman and daughter visited in Emmetsburg last Wednesday at the Peter Smith home. H. N. Webster and sons. Dale, and Donald, and nephew, Dwight, visited the former's brother in Estherville on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand of St. Peter, Minnesota, will be guests at the home of their son. Rev. M. A. SJo- strand 4 Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland of Elmore were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain Sunday. Mrs. Maland and Mrs. Naudain are sisters. Walter Fraser, student at Iowa State College, left for Ames Sunday after visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser, since Wednesday. Mrs. Ella Laird reutrned from Des Moines Friday, after having been visiting all winter at the home of her daughter, Mts. T. Aulman. Mr. and Mrs. L. Studer and daughter, Monica of Corwith were Algona shoppers and callers Friday as were the E. C. Gardeners of Bancroft. Mrs. Agnes Cook returned to her home in Fairmont, Minnesota, Friday after visiting with her sister, Mrs. Grace Blanchard for the past six weeks. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and son, Bob, drove to Grinnell Friday and returned with Berntce, a student at the college, who will spend the spring vacation here. Henry Geigel of Irvington is taking treatments at the General hospital for arthritis and is also staying at the home of his brother, Frank, part of the time. Dean Clapsaddle, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle of Burt, arrived home Friday from Cedar Rapids for a week's vacation. Dean is a student at Coe College. Mrs. Henry Jentz of Colorado Springs, Colorado, arrived last Wednesday at the home of her nephw, Wm. Dau for an extended visit. Mrs. Jentz formerly lived in Algona. Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N Webster, broke his collar (bone last Monday while playing ball and will have to carry his left arm in a sling for the coming four weeks. Mrs. Orvlle Hedrick and Howard Hedrick of Irving-ton helped to celebrate the birthday of Otto Neuman at Sexton last Sunday, otto celebrated his 63rd birthday. He admits that he Is past 36. The John Schimmels were at Spencer Saturday to visit Mrs. Schimmels father, John Williams, who is so far recovered from an illness as to be able to walk in the yard with the aid of a cane. Dorothy Scllstrom who is attending Gustavus Adolphua College in St. Peter, Minnesota, is expected home Thursday afternoon for a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E R. Sellstrom. Students from the Iowa State College at Ames, who were home during the spring vacation were: Edgar Finnell, Maynard Stephenson, Lewis Ferguson, Walter Fraser. Hoyt Raney, Magnus Llchter. Max Richardson and Edmund Norton. Sister M. Geraldlne, teacher in the parochial school at Ryan, was a guest of her brother. M. J. Duffy. Wednesday while she was enroute to Ryan from Whittemore after attending Father Edward Fandel's first Mass at Whittemore. Miss Mabel Cratty and Miss Dora Wallace, both teachers in the Minneapolis schools, visited over the week end with the former's niece. Mrs. Theodore Hutchinson. The two were on their way to visit at the R. I. Cratty home m Ames and other relatives In Des Moin-es. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallln expect to leave in the near future for New Brunswick. New Jersey, where they will make their home. Fred has a sales ter- litory in the east for the steam valve reseaters which are manufactured by the Norton Machine Works of Algona and distributed by Button & Jenks of Bancroft. Mrs. George Conklin is recovering quite nicely now from a heart attack suffered recently. Her son, Merle, who had his ankle broken recently and also had Ills tonsils removed is getting along somewhat better than previously Infection set in after his tonsils had been removed and his recovery was not as rapid as possible. Mrs. F. L. Miller and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins of Cresco were at the L L Wellendorf home here Monday attending a birthday dinner in honor of the tatters son, Lamont, who is Mrs Miller's grandson, others present were Mrs. F. E. Bartholomew and Janice, Mrs. Howard Platt and two children and Mrs. W. Dale, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harfly HAusen and children. Robert and Joan, the latter a sister of Mrs. Melzar Falken- hainer, and Mrs. Palkenhainer's father, W. P. Mayhew, arrived here Saturday from Villisca, Iowa* Saturday Mr and Mrs. Hausen and children retiu-ned Sunday but Mr. Mayhew will visit his daughter for some time. Rev. C. Paul Carlson and Mrs. Fred Geigel drove to Hinneapolis Monday and returned the next day with Mrs Carlson and baby boy who have been patient* at the Betnseda hospital for the past month. Rev. and Mrs. Carlson nave named ttudr son. Charles Faul, Jr. Mrs. Ctelgel visited relatives during her stay at Minneapolis. The Elmer Kelly home Is under quar. antin« for scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Smith and Leona were at Mason City Wednesday of last week. George Elbert left Tuesday for Detroit on a business trip. He is expected home Saturday night. Mrs. A. E. Michel and boys left for Atlantic. Iowa, Saturday and will spend this week with the former's mother. Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daughter. Rosalte left Wednesday for DCS Moines for a few days' visit during Easter vacation. Lee Roy Mathison left Mondny forenoon for a short visit at Worthington, Minnesota, with the R. J. Stowe family during vacation. Mrs. Burton Thorpe was able to be out of doors for the first time last week since she was confined to her bed with colitis some time ago. Marguerite Dalziel, Arba Dre Long and Bernice Harrington, students ftt Grinnell college, are spending the spring vacation at their respective homes. Miss Ida and Mrs. O. J. Peterson went to Jefferson, Iowa. Wednesday morning to visit Mrs. Robert Smith, a sister of Mrs. Peterson, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxwell of Eagle Grove and Dr. and Mrs. Tribon and Mrs. Mary Lampright were guests on Sunday at the F. A. M. Frost home. Mrs. J. F. Biggins and gnnddnusrh- ter, Mary Catherine Cain of Fort Dodge, visited at the home of the latter's father, Marvin Cain, over the week end. June Adclle Ovennyer is expected home this week end from Oskaloosa where she is a teacher and will visit per parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer for a week. Over three hundred were served lost Saturday evening at n supper at the Methodist churoh which was sponsored by Mrs. F. L. Trlbon's Sunday School class. They were unable to servo all who came. Mrs. Neva Merrifield began clerking at the Algona Bakery Saturday. She nas been clerking at the Wilson Bakery for some time but previously was employed at the Algona Bakery for a number of years. Rodney Van Ness, son of E. J. Van Netes. accidentally shot himself lats Monday afternoon in the thigh while shooting pigeons on -his father's farm. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital where his condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dick, left Tuesday of last week for Minneapolis where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mclamed. She will also attend the wedding of Mr. Bloom's sister, Florence, to Sam Garfin whlc'r. will take place there soon. « • Molneo Tuesday where they wiu visit the former 1 * mother, who is «er- touajy ill. MM. Wright has been 10 %*£? .£?** *°* <**** **"» •» ta**sted gall bladder and her condition at this time is somewhat swlous. She moved from spencer last fall to Dec Moinea ana has aiaee made her home with her daughter, Kaael, who is a registered uurse. *^ Carlotta Kanouff Gets Lead in Show Word was received the other day by Mr. and Mrs. George Kanouff that their daughter. Carlotta, who Is attending the De Paul University at Chicago, had been selected for the leading feminine role of one of the two casts of the musical comedy, "Say It With Music" which is soon to be presented by the university. Over 8,000 students entered the preliminary tryouts which were held over a period of three weeks. Besides attending school, Carlotta is also the private secretary of the dean of the De Paul University. Ogrem Start for Algona April 3rd A card from Ex-Mayor Albert Ogron who with Mrs. Ogren. hns boon spending ihe winter in San Antonio states that they are planning to leave for AlgorM on April 3. Mr. Ogren has spent, a pood deal of time playing (rolf. and nftor watching a number of the chnmplon matches played on the Snn Antonio courses this winter, will undoubtedly be able to give the locnl boys n few pointers. $50,000 Dividend Here A dividend of about $50.000 is being paid to depositors in the defunct Kossuth County State Bank. Harry Hull examiner in charge, stated this week. This sum represents the third dividend of 10 per cent that lias been paid. Depositors nre requested to come to the bank for their dividend. Saturday. Mrs. H. O. Grnndjennett of St. Benedict ontrrrrt as a medleal patient. Saturday, Fred Plumb of Sexton entered to receive medlrnl treatment. Sunday, Dolores Brown, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. carl Brown of Algonn. hnd her appendix removed. Monday. Hflen Johnson. <5. of Alstonn hnd her appendix removed. Tuesday, Mrs. Don SMI of AlRorm RSVP birt.h to a baby boy weighing 8 pounds. 9 ounces. Tuesday. Mrs. Mike McE'ivci' of Al•>na submitted to a major mvralion. Wednesday. Dnrrell Newvlllo of Algona had his tonsils removed. Hospital News General Hospital News March 24. Miss Mildred King of Bradgate entered for medical treatment. March 23, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bradwell of Garner became the parents of n 1\2 pound boy. March 17, Mrs. Mllford Bilyeu of Algona submitted to a major operation. March 17, a major operation was performed on Miss Eunice Single of Britt. March 18, Lorraine Graneus of Fenton underwent an appendectomy opor- atlon. March 19, Mrs. Rudolph Peter of Lone Rock underwent a sinus operation. March 21, Henry Gelgcl of Berwick entered for medical treatment. Kossulh Hospital News March 22, a 9 pound boy was born to Mrs. Paul Trauger of Algona. The infant has been named Thomas Chandler. March 21, Martha Zemtalu of Lu- Verne entered for surgical treatment. March 22, Victor Kollasoh of Lu- Verne had his appendix removed. March 22, Enas Packard of Wesley 'ntered for medical treatment. March 22, Rose Kutschara of Algonn underwent a minor operation. March 23, David Hoss of Algona received medical treatment. March 23, Jesse Sparrow of Algona had his appendix removed. March 25. Mrs. W. L. Miller of Sexton underwent a major operation. March 26, Rodney Van Ness received treatment for gunshot) wounds. March 27. Willis Etherington of Algona had his appendix removed. Thursday, Mrs. George Free of Algona had her tonsils removed. Thursday, Mrs. Fred Harr of Irvlng- :on underwent a minor operation. Anderson Bros. Add New Grocery Stock Anderson Bros., have added new shelving in their meat market and have put in a rnmplcte line- of frroceries. fruit.-; and vegetables. They have also* become n member of the Rite-Way fjrrmpt of stores. Great Guns. What a Price! Genuine Alemiip Grease Gun, reg. »3.00, $1.28. Spark plugs, 19c ex. 13-plate battery, $2.98. 2 gnls. oil 69c. Ford and Chev. parts at 20 per cent to 50 per cent saving. Gamble's 9th Anniversary Sale. 13 Cooked Can Ham at Long's V You will like yo^r Easter dinner betted if you serve a, can of this Ham. The Theme Song of Spring Gaiety'is SUITS $16.75 To carry you gaily through this season you simply must have one of Spring's clever new suits. We are featuring some irresistible values in jaunty new styles—soft tweed mixtures, tine worsteds, and crinkly crepes. Many have the smart new ''knee-action length" coats. The sportsy models are in rich country tones—dressier styles in Navy, Beige and Brown. Special Easter Sunday Dinner— 50c STATES CAFE April, 1 RELISH CRISP CELERY HEARTS ROSE RADISHES FRUIT COCKTAIL SUPREME OR CONSOMME NEOPOLITAN FISH BAKED HALIBUT STEAK. MAITRE D'HOTEL ROASTS AND ENTREES ROAST YOUNG TURKEY. CRANBERRY SAUCE BAKED YOUNG CAPON, SAGE DRESSING SMOTHERED CHICKEN, SOUTHERN STYLE ROAST LEG OF EASTER LAMB, MINT JELLY FILLET OF MIGNON. FRESH MUSHROOM SAUCE ROAST PRIME RIES OF BABY BEEF. AU JUS ROAST LOIN OF PORK, SPICED APPLES SNOWFLAKED POTATOES OR PARISIENNE POTATOES EASTER NEST SALAD, DE LUXE FRESH ASPARAGUS IN CREAM CLOVERLOAF ROLLS DESSERT FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE, WHIPPED CREAM SILVER CREAM PIE CHOCOLATE PARFAIT VANILLA, CHOCOLATE OR WALNUT ICE CREAM COFFEE POT TEA DRINKS BUTTERMILK MILK COCOA Dinner will be ready at 11:30 and throughout the afternoon. Phone 420 for reservation. /vuvvvvuvvvvuvvwvwwv PERKY FROCKS For Little Girls $198 1 Styled by "Jack Tar" of them are patterned after the quaint styles worn in "Jyittle Women" . . . others have the dash and chic favored by the small Princess Elizabeth of England. They're all fashioned of tuhfast cottons ... in candy-stripes, in flower prints, in plain colors. Fresh and delightful for these spring days. .sixes !Mo 8, See The New 20th Anniversary KELVINATOR Foster Furniture Co. vyvuv «ADELE» It's a joy to walk in a shoe aa comfortable a* The Sharleen. It fits like a glove . . . accentuating its slim graceful lines . . . is faahiou- right to a T . . . and there's another reason. The concealed Feeture Arch gives just the support that you need for absolute ease.
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