The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1934 FENTON COUNCIL ORGANIZED FOR YEAR; BOARD OF REVIEW HELD J. A._ Sclwartz Named As Town Clerk, Prank McFall as Marshal P;nton; Council meeting was held last Monday night. After taking the catn of office Mayor Waite organized me council a.s follows: street and alley committee. L. J. Weisbrod and A. H. Krause; water and light committee, Chartes Weisbrod and E. C. Pauerby; park commissioner, F. C. Weisbrod; 0. A. Schwartz, town clerk and Prank, McFall town marshal and street commissioner. Following the organization of the council the meeting adjourned and the board of review heard the. assessor's report. The following recommendations for equalization of assessments were made: critz & Co., stock raised from $400 to $4000; W. E. Stoe- oer's stock raised from $2700 to $3700; Bailey & Co. stock lowered from $4800 to $3800; Standard Oil Co. buildings on teased grounds raised from $482 to $600. "Hie date for hearing objections was set for Monday night, April 16. P. T. A. Meeting The P. T. A. meeting was heW last week Tuesday night In the high school auditorium. The program opened with » song, "Wai, I Swan," written In comedy arrangement, by the boys' quartette composed of Ray Tletz, James Schwartz and Gerald Voigt, three of last year's seniors and a last year's junior, Raymond Zwtefel. A book review on "Uncle Sam's Attic," was given by Mrs. J. A. Mueller. A selection of old time ballads was given, by the boys' quartette. The officers for next year were elected. They were Supt. M. E. Otterness, president; Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, vice president; Nettle Weisbrod, reelected secretary-treasurer. The annual school picnic will be held at the close of school as usual. Lunch was served, the hostesses, Mesdamcs W. R. Wolfe, Jacob Zwlefel, Elmer Weisbrod, Elsie Dreyer, Otto Borchardt, Kate Hantle- man, Harry Haase, Ed Schlei and W. P. Welsbrod. versary. Other guests were Lucille Theesfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Theesfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Moses and their daughter Florence of Costa Mesa. California, and Mrs. Jim Shurmond of Sat. icoy, California, visited last week with Mrs. Moses' mother, Mrs. John Arbogast and brother, John Dempsey. They were enroute to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Wilfred Stoeber and sister, Gladys and Frances Anderson of Swea City drove to Des Moines Sunday returning the same evening, accompanied by the former's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber. W. E. Stoeber is just out of the hospital after a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin had as dinner guests Friday ytr. and Mrs. Adolf Stankawltz of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolfgram, Mrs. Helena Krueger of North Dakota, John Markgraff of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shoemaker, Mrs. Arthur Mueller and son. Franklin and Mrs. August Boettcher. The grades of the Fetnton public school presented the operetta "In Florist's Window," In the opera Friday evening. The high school students gave a musical concert with the numbers they have prepared for the music festival to be held at Algona The Women's Foreign Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Marjorie Matzner were Algona callers Monday. Mrs. J. J. Rink, was taken quite seriously ill Saturday and was under the care of Dr. Somers of Elmore. Mrs. Carrie Steinberg has been seriously ill at her home this past week. All of, the children were home Tuesday. On last Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. Mayne, Mrs. Laura Niester and Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended the Lutheran Aid at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Kenneth and Duane visited over the week end at the home of their son, Milton, in Sioux City. Mrs. Wm. Brant and daughter of Hubbard, Iowa, have been visiting the past week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laritzen and Jerry, Genevieve Kitley, Janice Wiliams Harold Granner and Bill Wiemer en- joysd a picnic at the lakes Sunday. $K®B3®&&XiXtX^^ WHITTEMOBE NEWS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert of Des Moin. :s spent tlv? week end with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Esser. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winkel at Algona. Harold McDonnell returned home on Friday evening from Iowa City wlKTf he has been the past two weeks. He had a minor operation on his nose while there. Pearl Higley. Mrs. Michael Mergm and Michael Bcsch, Jr.. went to Rochester, Minn., to spend Sunday with Mrs. Harve Higley, who is in the Colonial hospital there. Lucille O'Brien and Mrs. Leo Kollasch w«nt to Iowa City Tuesday morning and visited their sister, Mary Al- Lawrence Nltz, youngest son of Mr. I } ";? ide of tne and Mrs. L. A. Nitz, has been seriously slde - ma who is a patient at Oakdale. They returned home Friday evening. The regular quarterly meeting was held in the Lutheran school Sunday afternoon. About 75 members were present. They decided to redecorate th<?' so given. LuVornr Sunday to s<v fh-c new daughter at tlir Hilbort home. Slie was born Eas:or Sunday. James Geclan wont to Fort Dodge on Sunday and was accompanied home by his n-lfp who has born there the past two weeks with her mother. Mrs. P. J. Schiltz. who has bron quite ill but is <>reatly improved now. Omer Hockenberry of MaMin City and grandson of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. FJnnell of Whittemoix-. was ratod superior on an oboe in a music contest hflti in Amos. This Rives him the right to enter (he state meet to be held soon. Mr nnd Mrs. O. H. Rotipe received word Monday that a fiV4 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crook at. Emmetsburg. Mrs. Crook was Esther Roupe before her marriage. NTelda Crawford, R. N.. of Whittemore is the nurse. Lawrence Prrtl, manager of the Fuller! on Lumber Co. put on a talkie in the Higgins hall Friday afternoon The hall was filled to capacity, and all who were (here said it was very interesting and instructive. Frizes were al- irr brot?wr.s in the last six months. All of them dkd very suddenly. Mr. d Mrs. Fish and Fritz wrn:. to at- tend the funeral. Friends of Mrs. Fish extend their sincere sympathy to her in hT hour of sorrow. P« in t the out- ill the past week with trench mouth. Dr. Murray of Lakota was caring for him. Roy Wentworth received word this week that his brother, Jim Wentworth who lives near Thompson had a bad fire last Monday night, losing a barn, 17 head of cattle and 2 horses besides much equipment, harness, etc. this week. A full house Joined In the Mrs - Ma * Nite's sister, Mrs. Frank praise of both presentations, directed by Esther Smith and assisted by the entire school faculty. Mother of Ledyard Man Passed Monday Ledyard: Ralph Olson received word last Monday evennlg of the serious Illness of his mother. He went at once to be at her bedside, but was unable to reach there before her death. She passed away Monday evening at her home in Ellsworth. Mr. Olson and Patty Mae left Wednesday to attend the funeral. Kirkhove of Minneapolis has been vlsit- 'ng here. Last week Monday she, Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz and Maxlne drove io Radcliffe where they visited relatives until Friday. Father C. P. Sweeney, Sister Mary Olivia and Sister Mary Etheldreda of Fort Dodge visited a short time Sunday with Prof, and Mrs. F. J. Rochford. They were on their way to St. Paul. Ella Burke and Mrs. Wm. Higgins were in Emmetsburg Monday. Rosella Higgins accompanied them that far and from there went to Sioux city for a few days, night. She returned home Saturday Mrs. Emma HUbert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and daughter vis- tted Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert at Mr. and Mr.s. Theo. Knecht, Charles Salz and Mrs. Joseph Loebach went to Lenore, Illinois, Saturday morning to attend the funeral of Mrs. Henry Salz. Mrs. Salz was a sister-in-law of the Mesdames Knecht and Loebach and Charles Salz. Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan and Nick Semon went to Rochester, Minn., Saturday and were accompanied home by Mrs. Nick Semon who has been there the past month. Her many friends will be glad to learn that she is getting along nicely and is feeling improved. Mrs. W. T. Fish received word Monday of the death of her brother, W. E. Schaeffer. Death has called four of Grunow Demonstration at Our Store, on Friday and Saturday APRIL 1344 A machine will be completely torn down so that yon may see for yourself just what is inside a Grunow Kefrigerator. A $13.50 Lawn Mowor given FREE—Kncli lady calling at onr store will receive, a ticket on this mower during the above two days. Kohlhaas & Spilles Glen Ditsworth of Algona spent Sunday at the Earl Dean home . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag entertained, at five hundred, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean spent Sunday at the Wallace Brown honvt near Oruver. Dr. J. A. Mueller attended a medical meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday night. Mrs. H. G. Losse of Lake City la •»teitlng in the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Snyder and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Geronsin and children were entertained at the A. L. Peterson home In Ringsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Clark and D. H. Waite of Emmetsburg were visitors Saturday at the Dr. J. T. Waite home. Mr. and Mrs O. H Schmidt and son, Gordon and Mrs. Squire Hudson of Bancroft visited Sunday at the Dr. J. T. Waite home. Mr. and Mrs. Ohartea Glaus and their children, Alice, Oenevn and Dora and Sari Lusinger were visitors at the Don. evan Brown home in Esthervill« Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Tubbe and grand, daughter, Patricia Nelson of Marshall, Minn., vlsHed Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Tubbs' brother, O. J. Ranney. Editor J. A. Schwartz accompanied Editor A. L. Anderson of Ringsted to Dea Moines last Thursday to attend the etate editorial convention. They returned Saturday. Mrs. Louise Drake of Whitewood, South Dakota, who has been making an extended visit here with her brother, Robert Voettler, and other relatives, returned horn last w«ek Friday. Vtr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter and daughter, Joan of Des Moines, came Saturday and visited until Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. WHter's par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Adtlla Mittag was guest of honor at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower on Sunday evening at the Hmil Laabs home. A large crowd was in attendance and she received many beautiful and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfleld guests of honor at the Alvin Zumach home last week Wednesday evening, the occasion being their 25th wedding annl- Jess O'Keefe Is Elected Clerk of Ledyard Council Ledyard: The cty council nwt last Monday night and organized for the new year. Jess O'Keefe was elected by the council to serve as cterk to succeed Wm. Flynn. George Dunn was a business caller in Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Maync and Wallace visited in Fairmont Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Devine of Bancroft visited at the Jack McDonald home Sunday. Mrs. Martha Gable was in Swea City Wednesday having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and family visited relatives in Whittemore Sunday. Mrs. O. Brauer and Minnie attended the funeral of H. Groen in Hurt Saturday. The Homsey family of Armstrong visited at the Charles Bashara home on Sunday. Mrs. Joe Mayne entertained the Grout M. «. Aid tail WcdnewUy afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon and family visited relatives at Buffalo Center Saturday. Janico Williams, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Bill were Fairmont shoppers Saturday evening. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall spent the week end at the Genrlch home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orval visited Sunday at the Ed Campbell home near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and son spent the week end at the home of Mr. Barrett's father in Chester. YourWants taken care of at once. Our stock of Heating, Plumbing, Sheet Metal material and Pumps make this possible. Holtzbauer Tin Shop 117 S. Dodge Phone 8J WALL PAPER 1934 Designs It seems each year shows improvements in artistic design and decorative effects in wall paper and this season is no exception to the rule, for they are truly beautiful results in the exclusive WASHABLE patterns we are showing. Our patterns start at the low price of I8c Double Roll freight paid, trimmed and ready to hang, with a surplus if you run short and the privilege of returning any full holts. Last year we sold large quantities of wall paper because our prices were right. This year we are "oiii" to sell more and every roll a 19IU pattern. K. D. JAMES Algona THE liEXALL STOKE Iowa. <. K I, A I FOOII STOCK IIP - <iRKAT FOOD S A I. E - ST O C K U V Hershey Baking Chocolate /o Ib cake Daily Egg Oyster Shells 7Q- 100 Ib. bag I «/C Daily Growth Chick Starter 25 Ib. bag 60c 100 Ib. bag $2.29 Talco Fine Chick Feed—No Corn 25 Ib. bag 50c 100 Ib. bag $1.95 Daily Egg Mash Feed College Inn Chicken ALA King can 109 Ib. bag 2.19 A Orange Pekoe Lipton's Tea 29c "L 1 " 39c Iowa State Brand Un Green Tea '/{ Ib. j-j i, Ib. pk*. 1/C pk*. An extra pkg. Green Tea Ic 33c Del Monte Peaches Sliced or Halved 9 No ' 21/2 33c *• cans «j*/*. Lake Shore HONEY ^ 16 02. jars 35c BUTTER Sunnyfield Flour Sunnyfield Flour lona Flour lona Flour Gold Medal Wax Rite BANANAS 4 Ib. - 22c Potatoes Grandmother's Sliced Big Twist Bread 24 oz. Loaf 9c DOUGHNUTS, dm Kr Pan KoEB, pkg of doz. .5e 49 Ib. bag Gold Medal Softasilk Cake Flour 44 oz. 27c Minnesota, for Seed or Table, 100 Ib. bag Northern Tissue 3 Rolls 17 C Gauze Paper, 3 rolls Broadcast Corned Beef Hash 16 oz. jar 15c P & G Soap / Bars ^ J CAMAY SOAP, 4 takes C1HPSO, Z pkj!^ 17c Buffalo Matches, 1Q r ti boxes Uv. 27c 23c 35c 21c 25c 1.25 •ul Tax Sunbrite Cleanser, 1C- 4 cam itl\» Coffee, Chase & Sanborn, OQ« Soap Chips, Crystal White OQ D Ib. box £*7C Chen-ies, E. S. P. water CC« pack, No. 10 can JJi, Sultana Macaroni or Spag- OQ_ tiCtll, J Ib. LlUX £i*f\. ti boxes Keokuk Dill Pickles 2 quart jar U. B. Fig Bars 2 pounds No- 4 Brooms, each Prince Albert or Velvet Tobacco, 2 tins Lewis Lye, thrte for Penrad Motor Oil 2 gaJ. can 8c Federal Tax EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 £. 57c 1 Ib. 19c 'Kich and full bodied 21 c Vigorous id winey Ib. 25c MORI PtOPlE DRINK COMtt THAN OTHtk COFFEE »£CAUbl IHlki !!> NO BLTIU COM 11 \NY fklCf A-*P FOOD STORES

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