The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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"Flue .Algona Tipper I>es Bfoines, Alg-ona, lo-wa-, April 12,1934 FRIENDS, RELATIVES GATHER, HONOR WHTTTEMORE NAN ON BIRTHDAY Nelson Crawford Was 84 on Sunday; Daughter Hostess at Dinner Whittemore: Nelson Crawford celebrated his 84th birthday Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. H. Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Koupe entertained the following at dinner in his honor, Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford and family, George Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and family, Frank Roupe of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roupe, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and family and Bill Finn of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crook of Emmetsburg. In the afternoon some friends called to wish him a happy birthday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Klrschbaum and family, and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Flnnell of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Vem Hockenberry and daughter, Velma Mae of Mason City. Mr. Crawford is very spry for a man of his age. Vou seldom miss a day without seeing him around home or up town. His many friends wish him many more happy birthdays. Ray Olievr was in Humboldt Saturday on business. Pat Cullen of Algona spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and John Edward visited relatives in St. Joe on Sunday. Mrs. John Esser and Mrs. Joe Namer of Cylinder visited Mrs. John. SpUles Sunday. M. K. Cullen, who is employed in Mason CKy spent Sunday with his wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carmody of Graet- tlnger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mrs. Nellie McMahon and son, Roy of Algona visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hlggins. Mrs. John Jennings returned home Tuesday evening after spending two weeks with friends at Hurt. Mrs. Alice dairy and Mrs. H. E. Woodward were business callers in Des Moines the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oliver and daughter, Mary Jo of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oliver Thursday. Mrs. Nick Geelan and sons, Ray and WlUlma of Ruthven visited the James and H. W. Geelan homes Sunday. Prtof. Jessen attended a. Lutheran conference In Fort Dodge Thursday and Friday. Kathleen Holtzbauer and Eileen O'- Brien of Algnna visitetJ relatives -and friends Sunday. Mrs. Walter Lor-enz and Mrs. TT. M. Smith of Algorra. visited Mrs. TVT. 1C. Cullen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Farrell of Water_ loo visited Mr. and Mrs. Frame F"arrell and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Obfco Esser arxi daughter of Irvington visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Esser. Mr. and Mrs. C. I>. Cavana-ugri an<3 Verna Emanuel and Mildred Unctstrom were in Mason CKy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hockenberry and daughter. Velma Mae of Mason City visited Mr. and Mrs. Ft. H. Finn<ell on Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Chalus. daughters Evelyn and Mary, son Edward of, Clare visited Dr. and Mrs. J. W. MtcOreery Sunday. The P?ter Jr.. home is under quarantine for scarlet fever. One of the girls has the disease in a light form. Mrs. James Brennen and daughters. Bernadette and Loretta and. son.. Adrian of Ruthven visited Mr. an<J Mrs. J. M. Fkming Sunday. Dr. and Mrs- L. E. Mos-bacri and daughter. Marlyn of Humboldt visited John Mosbach and family and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle Sunday. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer returned home Saturday from "West Bend wriere she has been the past 3 weelcs caring for her mother. Mrs. Joe Mikes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer and family of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. I»etej Mathies of Bancroft visit<xi Mr. anc Mrs. Bernard OTSrien Tuesday. Florence Lynch spent the- week: enc with her parents in Cedar Flails. She was accompanieti home by her sister Agnes who will visit a few days. WEST BIBCTD NEWS The PannI Nous bridge club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eicriler on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Barber and sons attended the state music meet at Ames Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley and daughter. Ida. spent Sunday afternoon at Livermore at the home of their son Their son's wife. Mrs. Chas. Riley. and her daughter. Mrs. Burdette Frederick accompanied them home for a few days visit. Mrs. C. C. Miller and son. Ray, returned Sunday from Minneapolis where Ray attended a convention an-d Mrs. Miller vlslbed her mother and four brothers who reside there. Ray returned to his school duties at Fort. Dodge on Monday. JOE BLOOM on the Move I have leased the former Jiminie Xoville st<»ro on the north side of State street. Heforo I move, I want t(j sell as much as possible, to save the moving costs. I am passing this saving on to you in tlie l>ijJC~ gest value event I have ever .soen <»fferf«i in a. REMOVAL SALE CLARK by Helen Hrelvebves since Clark Gable skyrocketed into the fcea-vens of ~ Hollywood and became one of the brightest stars in «i»e- film colony's constellation, producers, publicists and •••r public alike have vied with one another in an effort *o explain his glamor.*Sobsisters" have interviewed his scr- •vants . . . newspaper -writers have traced his trail from his birthplace in Cadiz, Ohio, through Oklahoma oil fields . . . Oregon lumber camps . . . one night stock company srau-*ds ... in an enterprising search to unearth the mine from -which the Gable legend -was ored. One- magazine writer came nearer than the rest -when she fo-ind A -weather-beaten old cowpuncher in the Saugus hills »>t»o had taught Gable how to ride. This placid but pen- «m~aring philosopher opined that a man who could break horses the way Clark doc*, had a hand for women as well. His courage . . . his calmness . . . his utter confidence . . . ••fere, in this shrewd sophisticate's mind, the key to Clark's character. Bur look now . . . look at those dimples that dent that strong jaw. Most men -with dimples remind you of old lace and lavender, but Gable is as manly as a son of Mars. So, if yew ask me and I've been asked quite often ... I'd say ti»e reason for Clark Gable's universal appeal to women is because he has the physique of a caveman and the face of a sweet, smiling, unspoiled little boy. There's an exciting menace in his general makeup that's balanced by a human ness ... a friendliness ... a frank, trusting smile in his eyes. Men, I believe, like Gable because there's a sort of roughness about him .. . ruggedncss without a trace ot crudencss . . . that led his high school mates in Claremont, Oklahoma, to elect him football captain ... his chums in Alcroo, Ohio, where he began his stage career in stock, to yield him leadership in all things. There's another side of Clark fewer people know...» softer side chat finds expression in his love of fine books and rich music ... soft tones in his home furnishings ... and the cuisine of an epicurean on his table. His ambition is to retire in ten years and tour the world. There are a great many persons in Hollywood.. . and in the country at large ... though, who hope he'll change his mind before then. For Gable's the kind that lasts Oablc's the kind that laughs, too! FORMER RESIDENT OF SWEA CITY IS BURIED SATURDAY Jens Eodlend's Remains Brought Back to Final Resting Place Swea City: Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the Swedish Lutheran church for Jens Rodlend aire 71, with Rev. Bork of Port Dodge in charge. Mr. Rodlend, a former resident of Swea City and vicinity, died at Fort Dodge -Wednesday afternoon, following a lingering illness. The remains were brought to Swea Ctiy lor burial. He is survived bv his wife and 8 children. Burial was in the Harrison cemetery. Stagers Go to Ames About forty members of the boys and girls glee club Journeyed to Ames Saturday where they entered the district music contest. The girls glee club won the distinction of being placed second in Class C, 8 other school competing which is a very good record. Renn KJu. ger won second place with a baritone solo with 9 schools competing. The band won In the sub-district contest but lid not enter <the district, contest at Lines. P. T. A. Meeting Monday P. T. A. meeting: will be held Monday _Jght. The following program will be given: selections by the boys' glee club, olo Kunice Jensen, play "Who Says Can't" by the freshmen class, duet by itrs. O. B. Pearson and Mrs. Win. Thompson, solo, by R«nn Kluger, quar- .ette numbers by the Ledyard farm bu- eau group, consisting of Jerry Ukena, OBITUARY OF IRA W, NEWBROUGH, LONG TIME LONE ROCK RESIDENT Sad Jiast Recently Moved. To Htomt>oldt "Where I>ea/tli Occurred. Lorie away a.t 31st after tevxk.-em.ia. born orx : Ira "W. Newtorcmgri j>ass«<i home in Humtooldt Ma^ch illness of two yeajrs, -with atrnl complications. Me -was 25. 189O. at Humtooltit, Misses Lorena and Erna Petersen drove to Grinnell Friday. They returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Gertrude Thorn nson. who has been spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Glrton at Grinnell. returned home with the girls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen and two children of Iowa Falls spent Saturday and Sunday here with Edwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Holding ahd two" Clifford Schrader has opened up a l^»^n^ n *^ -^d 1^. Hmer Kienlte tin sho-p in Mrs. Anna Stop's tmilding. «nd family of Lakota also spent which was formerly occurred toy the\ da y •*• «*« Al- en home haJTiburgeT shop. Donald Stow, -who has toe-en Arisitmg parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. "P. Stow, left Friday for Des MolTies, -where he to worlc. jerry Heetlsnd and G*org« and Theo Wallentine. Pre-Nvptte! Shower A pre-nuptlal shower was held for Pearl McAninch at the Baptist QuiM hall Saturday night. Members of the- Baptist church were J 1081 ^*-,^' gram and refreshments featured the Ivening's entertainment. Many beautiful Rifts were received by the ttrtae- to-be. Mrs. P. J. Helken entertained the- Thursday club Thursday. Swea City stores will keep open for business on Wednesday night beginning this week. Warren Delbler visited his brother, Harry, who is a patient at the Kossuth: hospital In Algona Saturday afternoon. Mrs. H. Myhr entertained at a one o'clock bridge luncheon on Wednesday.. Guests were from Thompson and Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Blomster have had their daughter, Patricia at a Fort. Dodge hospital for observation and! treatment the past week. The 7th and 8th grade operetta "A. Bit of Blarney" will be presented Friday night with Miss Francis Dahl a* director. Thirty-five pupils will take- part. Berneda Thoreson returned Saturday from Algona where she has been working the past three weeks assisting in. tabulation of figures pertaining to the corn-hog program. Mrs. Wm. Krumm and son, Richard. Miss Amanda Looft and Mrs. P. W. Larson were at Fort Dodge on Wednesday. Mrs. Larson attended the district Democratic convention. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barker were called to Oedar Rapids by the serious 111- nessof Mrs. Barker's father. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Householder of Lone Rock. Mrs. Householder and Mrs. Barker are sisters. FOR SALE!—Threstiers or corn shell- ers* liens. Algona Upper Dea Molnea. /wvvwwvvvuwuvww^^ The Permanent Wave Shop Just opened under Algona Hotel Speeia^introductory prices on finger waves and permanent s. Come in and get acquainted and find out about our prices. GRACE DREESMAN Pitzi Graduate, Waterloo Phono t>41 Open evenings by appointment. ;» -vuvwww-yvy-wv number of friends days old at time of a«at.h; Me- was \ '^^^ sx ^. a _?JtOSl?f!^; united in. marriage to Miss Anna Long of Bttrt. December 25. 1922 at Bancroft. To this vinion one son was born. Donald -wrrio is now eight years old. He was devotediy cared for during his long Illness by riis devoted wif-?. »<Ir. Ne-vp- brotig-rx -was a. loving husband and father and trie Icxss in this home can never be filled. He leaves to mourn his -untimely death his wife and son. his aged father of JLone Rock, -who Is 87 years old, tvwo sisters. Mrs. Julia Ter- wiUigrer -and Sirs. CSora Terwillige}- of HumbolcJr. one brother, Delbert of Lone A. A- Alr. and Mrs. .Jerry Mrs. .Jess Sunday ev- hocne to drove to Ftoclc and one half sister, Mrs Port,*'!- of I=-ort, Worth. Te-xas. Jwtr. Newturoiagh was a. World War v~t - er-an and served overseas. Me was aL&o woxinded in action. F-Xme-r-a.! aei-vice-s were held from &t Ma-ry.s. Oa-tiioUc church at Humboldt. morning and a recjui-cm "WToden -where they visited old friends, who were neighbors when they lived in Grundy Center. Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie a^d little daughter of Algona spent a^Ionday here at the hcme of h-er i>ai-ents, 54r. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith. Helen Thompson has been as- in E*r. W. T. Pe-ters' office while Mi^ji Iwlargaret Morn&ss is visiting Virginia Tliaves in MOTOR OIL Pennoleiie 2 K als., SAE :U) __ STORAGE BATTERY O £+» The mtrnbers of the Epworth League scld. fifty-two dozen doughnuts Saturday. Tlie proceeds of the sale -will be ust'ci for the benefit of the leagxie. Charles Coffin returned home from Io-*ra. C^ity Thursday evening. Charles «-»»—. ^.-.^. U. i^» ^^^ had an operation on his raos-~ and has bv Father O Brien and *> een quite sick since h»s return home. the tx>dy -sva-s taken to Bancroft and | Will Fox returned j-.ome Thxxrsday laid to rett in St. John's Catholic ceme- I from "Wisconsin, wh-?re J-ie spent the tt-r-y. Pall tot-arers %'ere F*red, j 'wtnter -with hx& daughter. He is visiting Trios. O*r>onnell and O^o. Rath of Lone hi-i daughters, Mrs. Ina. Hansen, M^rs. Ftoclc. Arthm- Pteynolda, Au-stin O'Don- I Harry P-utz and 'Mrs. Jess Volentine. nfell and Siaixs Leects. of Humooldt. all j Mr. and Iwlrs. JPe-ter Looft. Jr., and Mtrmbers of tr.e Am- i children went to Swe-a- CTity Sunday to men. .vour-ded the last taps Lower Tire Prices During THis Sales 30x3£ O. S. Cord . _ -S2.87 Mer^iri Ghri^n^n t^trvw Chevrolet car. attend the celebration of the 47th wed- c.ngi anniversary of Jylr. Looft's parents, M_r. and Mrs. r»etej-, Looft. Sr. TIME TO CHAHGE OIL DRAIN OUT SLUDGE,THE OIL EATER 30x4.5021 3.57 29x4.5020 3.79 28x4.7519 3.87 30x3% red molded tube 69c 30x5 hy. truck tires 1.95 32x6 hy. truck tires 2.79 Ivlr £j.nd Mrs. A \V. Sorank luj-iera.1 at Fonda last JSwlr itr ^ 3,1 _ a,i. w v.. BARN PAINT PAINT 5 gal. lots, per gal _ Interior Gloss Paint 3.25 value, gal. __1.79 Harness Oil, gal. _ _ 39c Porks, 3 tine 79c Ford Timers 23c Rope, 50ft., % in _.39c Johnson wax, Ib. can 49c Chick Feeders, each 7c PAINTS VAKN1SHES the owner of s MJT. a.nd Mr&. H. "W. Trainer drov* i to Spiirta. NVis.. Sunday to visit Mrs. I TTeurit-r --i parents. »*r. a.rxd Jytrs. J. H. j Spracling Mrs Tra.mer'3 siit/er. M^a.e. Xlr^ Wilbur Stewart of B-irt i *^ rtlum ^^ th ^ m for a " extended i*y callers at tl-.e JP*rt-cl fimie '• ', 2wlrs \V. T- Peters ser-ved a ten o'clock Sat- Bu- L>ucjcnni»jntc>ri. JSAr&- C, C. Smith ! Adrsi. W A. id.a.cAjrutriuj. Mrs D. L ^.Ci^trnce " "* "---- - , L,tota Nelson. ;;ttle- daughter cf M.r d i.1- \\ r 'r « i o - - * <=•*-<• • ana Mrs. Henry Nei^ori, ii> ill with tne ued -"t~ tr.,/ ot"-"* S~*i"tit-'-'* r~"om* i i &Ci » j rl«rt fever. rThe fstmiiy had been , ,- t __ ailV ""* *^ «»...& ioi e i-elfcaja^-d from cjuariiiit-ine three weeks "" " '•- and are now ur-der cj.s_ia_i-iiritie again a£ L.^i^triCiiri L- y. - r. A..iX.i_ ia.r--" wi;l -ino'^ier meniturr oj Lri^e- laxniiy is ill. tx.e rioirie of 5>tr~s, John &prsa_rilc , Corlin cracrie up from Des SaturcSity to visit his parents, i ^ir*. tinci ^Jrs. d.*. ^3. C^of^Tu^i. Part of the i COO t>oyi at H>es Jwtoixies. expect to t>- " * ~-*-*-*j t.n^i.^. _ i moved to a new loca-tiora soon. Mjiuurict; -vs-^"- iir_<i »wl_rs. Arthur F»ritt>e ar^ci Jf-tiiy i retcijmtci to Dts 2«4ouri-e;& Adonday even- Thh New Motor Oil stops tludg* formation . . . cuts oil costs Time now to drain oat winter -worn oil and change: to heavier grades, and wiaen you change, decide that this summer you'll keep sludge out of your engine. For (Judge clogs your oil lines, hinders lubri- ej.tiorL, foula your filter. It makes valves sluggish so you loae gasoline power. Finally, It c-auat-s rings to stick and pump oiL Itistfae greatest cause of high motor -oil consumption. Keep sludge outby using Iso»Vi» "D *. tiie AAti-Sludge Motor Oil. It does not sludge under the hardest kind of driving. It keep* rings lively and free, reducing ou consumption to the minimum. That's why you bave to add to it leas frequently between drains. ISO-VIS "D" rtUS ffDElAL TAX ro rxt 25« 26c bu-.ij'.ti»a to Varnish., 4 hr dry gal 97c House Paint, gal __1.39 Flat wall paint, qt. 4;9c Varnish, 4. hr dry, qt 39c House Paint, gal. __1.GO rs. freci Gerii-;cr. and the P. l_- W. D. RHEUMATISM Backache Linseed Oil, gal. 39c Pails, 13 qt. 19c Clothes Pins, eacti 2c B Batteries 77c Hy. Duty Baxteries 1.39 Hot Shot Batteries _1.19 Flashlight Batteries 4:C It n.uuii ii. t.oi.s_,-- tt^ooij;>ji £• :.-:-< --»i-».;;i C.j Uo i>v. ^. Buy Vulir Paint at a'int.- •!< KIDNEY TROUBLE E>rinlt yoiir rt-ifn^ma.TAnm SLUd kidney trouisleii away nsnt-ia. delicious YKRB- A.VIOA, orie of >Ia.t/u_r«r-s grea-test blood No ciO£>e. no diet. Just a &• day of f.!"• •* ^ msLTveloiiS tfcd sutrely and harmlessly blood o-f uric agid. Your improve a_rid your You wll notice re- the fijrst ^Bwetric, tiknd by drinking '^'e^-o^i.vida. ooj^.tixii^.ovi^Zy ixi^tea<d of te^k COfJtr*^, yotir r-r^. «^-i j^n g^^i^rn will Dfe cups Q clit«iii;>*; -*-alI STANDARD OIL SERVICE ALSO DISTBt»UTOK» <MF MTUU TUBE* MM.Suaiwd OB Co. Coast to Coast Store Jot- HI",un. . lEJtie O. O. *fc.-kt~ joto of printlxMt- Is izi*iicj>eziaive. too. A pa.ciUi.e-e fox- otdy »1.OO. If your local djrii£T>;£i£it <ri^xxijx>c supply you., ac- cep-t no &~u.bbti.tuK.<e o^it j>end $1.0O direct to Ytrbaviiia. Sstie-s Co.. 612 Southwest Eildg., Loa Angelas. Oa-U-torTiUt. Cte a booit "T-fcte Ssx*ry of YttrtoavidA" 3Por Sale at Lu^&toy's I>rxiis atore. iwv^-v^AAr^-^A^^A^bnrfH^^ Air. Automobile Owner: Drivt- in ami have your oil cliaiiged for warmer weather. We Sell Standard Oil Products Keii L. Harris £iin*ir £>Airuitf»A StatlOD V"™er State and Jones St. vwwvwwwwv^^

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