The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3, 1934 Alberta Mitchell of Corwith was n vis- Satur°d f ay* rS ' L ° l " S Ly " k "* *" h ° me AlRon!l O11C dny last wopk vlsitin Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were dinner guests at the Al Montag home in West Bend Sunday. D. E. Sheehan left Sunday for DCS Moines where he spent the first part of the week on business. A number from the W. C. T. U. attended a county women's club meeting at Swea City Tuesday. Mrs. M. P. Weaver fpent the week ?nd with her daughter. Mrs. R. E. Menzel, and family at Am-js. Mr. tuid Mrs. Louis Lynk visited tire laitcr's parents, Mr. and M^s. W. H. Wol'e. at Belmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard visited the letter's aunt. Mrs. C. A. Nornir.n at Winnebago, Minnesota, Sunday. W. H. Godden returned Tuesday fiom Kansas city after attending a meeting of Memorial dealers over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin and son spent Sunday with friends in Mason City. Glasses Fitted and Repaired A. W. Amunson Optometrist First Door South Call Thetare. Glen Brunson of Des Moines was in with friends nnd looking after business matters. • Mr. and Mrs. John Dencker nnd fon of Fort Dodge wTe guests Sunday nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrold Sorensen. Mrs. Corn Virgin returned here Sunday after a three weeks' visit, at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Merwin Foot/ 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Riffau and family of Ventura were the guests at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Hint?, last Sunday. Dr. J. B. Winkel attended a veterinary meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday nnd gave a pnper as part cf the program. Carrol, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Carl Hutchins. who live a few miles east of town, has been quarantined becau.-e of scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howe nnd children of Webster City were guests Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith. R. D. Smith of Swon City, brother of N. A. Smith, delivered chicks from his hatchery to Mrs. J. F. Black east of town Monday. Mrs. John Laing has been ('.! the past few days with a severe case of the flu. She is able to b? up and around at this time, hoxvever. Mrs. D. E. Sheehan returned Friday from Newton where she had been visiting her brother. Russell A. Moff. and family since Tuesday. Hoyt Raney and Magnus Lichter. both students at the Iowa State Collec nt Ames, spent tJie week end hero at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Brandt of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brandt of Postville were gue.sts of Mrs. C. L Ingersoll for a time Monday. Little M-fll Peterson, who with his mother, Mrs. Mell Peterson, Sr.. is visiting nt. the A. L. Peterson home, is suffering from a mild attack of the measles. H. C. Klamp. father of Mrs. C. L. Tn- gerfoll. is seriously ill at this time. Jo- s-rphlne Dittmer cf Algona. R. N., is taking care of him at present. Helen Daughan, student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, spent Saturday afternoon with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor drove to Sioux Falls. South Dakota, wher? they spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. Taylor's sister. Mrs. Bankson. who is quite ill. Father Frank Illg of Granville. Iowa, visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. lilg here Tuesday afternoon nnd even- ng. He also attended the first mass at St. Joe. Mr. and Des Moines arrived here Saturday fcr a visit at the E. J. Hartshorn home. erald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn. Dr. W. R. Laird and son. Ray of _ioux Falls. South Dakota, were visitors it the home of Mrs. Ella Laird and the i Joe Cosgrove last, week end. Mrs. Laird observed a birthday Sunday. Fatr.-cr Scheme! of Alton, Town, visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sthemel Monday afternoon and evening. He was among those to attend the first mass of Father Becker nt St. Joe Monday. L. J. Ne'.son was taken ill last THEATRE John Dunn, son of Georjre formerly of Whittemore. bvit Dunn, now of in tlir rural morvres of Mnin\ and although devoid of the intense overnct- ed seniiment.alism of mo 5 t dramatic pictures, contains n tense undercurrent flint is swc nine theatre eoers by storm. It also introduces several now stars to local audiences. Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn of Algona, had his name drawn at the Bank Night fray, Tuesday, at the Cull Thetare. was not in the audience to claim his reward, so the purse will be boosted to $125 for next week Tuesday, Manager Rice states. > • • Hailed as the "first bunkless picture". the feature film. "As the Earth Turns" will run here Thursday and Friday of this week, having opened Wednesday. Gags have been eliminated and the characters talk In a normal, san" nnd som-etlmes blunt manner. The setting A double feature again Colleen Mo-re in "Soe.iil Register", nnd "Ferocious Pal." a bean-rr for the kids. Al- : o openine tih" new serial "My-s- trry Squadron." The serials have improved a lot over n few years ngo. nnd even ns hard-boiled an individual as yours truly has n s-cret yen to watch them from work to week. Johnny WcistnuTVr and Maureen O'Siillivnn both hnve cha.ssi.i that would uinke them formidable entries in any , nnd Poultry Raisers Don't he hothered with infested hroodcr houses use GERM-A-RID The disinfectant you've heen looking for at a p you've heen looking for. Farmers Elevator Co. R. L. Reid. M»r. hone :',<>Fl There is no suhstitute fora Farmers Elevator. We Pay More. ffJVJWJVJWJWJWA Whit< ite's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS CHEESE. Longhorn, '2 Ihs. CLEANSER, I', cans iCORN FLAKES K.. '2 pkgs. CRACKERS, white. % J Ihs. BEANS, navv, ."i Ihs. 28c lOc 19c 19c 19c PRUNES, sweet. :: Ihs CORN MEAL, 25c 13c OATMEAL, Hulk. Of- 7 Ihs. _£JC RICE, 4 Ihs. .Jap, FLOUR, 2.")c sixe Pancake 19c I5c yywWWJVVWW.rtW^^ mmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmm SPECIAL NOTICE PUBLIC SALE Saturday, May 5, at 1:00 P. M. Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona, Iowa At our Saturday Sale we will sell our usual amount of live -stock, ing of horses, cattle, chickens, hog* and poultry. Al! kinds of furniture including a number of ice boxc.s If you are looking for an i<x- box. don't forget this offering. Full line of farm machinery. TERMS-Cash. No property to be ivmoved until it-tiled for C. 0. RIDDLE, Auctioneer Sale Pavilion Kast of f. & N. W. Depot. day nt the hardware store with an .it- tack of kidney trouble and was forced to go to bed. He was back at the store Monday but took things easy for a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Reynolds of Mason City were guests of their son. Lyle Reynolds nnd family here. Sunday. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Alvey Reynolds of Mason City, the former a brother of Lyle, also visited here Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. W. Gillespie ana family, accompanied Mrs. C. I. Mau- smith of Hurt and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Dorsey of Ledyard to gather nt the home'of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Puffer at Corwith Sunday. Mrs. S. E. McMahon drove to Sp~n- cer Saturday where she met her daughter. Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake and returned with her here for a visit. Mrs. Schmitz expects to return to her home today (Thursday). Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nugent left Tuesday for Cedar Rapids where the former will attend the Stats Dental Association convention. Th? two will stay at the home of Mr.s. Nupent's brother. Sumncr Quartern, while at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Don Hutchison nnd two daughters. Nancy and Joan, returned Sunday from Cedar Rapids where she has been visiting her parents. Her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Schulz returne.l with her and will visit her for a few clays. Mr. and Mr.s. John McDowell and baby visited with the former's mother. Mrs. D. G. McDowell at Waterloo over the week end. The elder Mr.s. McDowell returned hero with them an! will visit here until the middle of this week. Mary Schultz of the Elk Cleaners visited from Friday until Sunday in DCS Moines with friends. She accompanied Mrs. Bessie Critzcr who drove to Mnr- shalltown to visit l:er grandmother. Mrs. Mary Wnrd. who is in the Old Soldiers Home there. Dentists of Algona who attended the convention of the lown State Dental As- 1 soclation at Cedar Rapids Tu?.<day. Wednesday nnd Thursday were Dr. H. M. Ol&on, Dr. Arlo Adams, Dr. Harry McCorkle. Dr. L. G. Baker Mid Dr. Lee Nugent. Mrs. G "lie Neville returned from Kansas City, Missouri, Sunday nfter .spending about a week or ten day.-, in the sanitarium there. She will return in a few months. Her father, W. H. Lewis of Spencer, .srynt the day. Sunday, with her. Elizabeth Nugent and Mrs. Don Nugent returned home Sunday from D".s Moines where they had visited since Friday at the home of the latter\s sister. Mrs. Lyle Cong T. Mr.s. Conger returned to Algona with them for a lew days' visit. Twins, a boy and a girl, wen- born to Mr.s. H. D. Clapsaddle Sunday morning about ten o'clock at the Kossuth hospital. The two have been named Jack and Jill and weighed T a and H pounds respectively. Both Mrs. Clap-addle and the children are doing well. Milford Green, -employed at the Wilson Bakery, left Tuesday and will be ehployed by A. E. Meves. proprieto-- of a potato chip company of Albert Lea. Minnesota. H-e will be employe;! as salesman, taking in a territory over the northern part of Io,wn. Millord !.s tIK- SOU of Mr.s. George Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock, accompanied by Miss Morris and Mif-.s Peterson, teachers in the local public schools, drove to Eagle Grove Friday night to attend » dancing recital which wa.s under the direction of their daught r. Ber- nici-. who is a physical culture instructor in the public .schools there. Roy O. Bjustrom and family mov d Tuesday from their house on Elm s'.n'et to the house between D J. Habegers and C. C Seharliich;; on Worster street which th y recently purchased. Tlu- Bjustrom.s have built u three ear garage back of their The Virgil Cooper family, having just vacated this hou.-e. havi- taken aparlnii.-nl.s abovo Long'., yrocory stoiv. Dr. John Kcn-firk attended the funeral of -a relative at Belmond Tuesday morning. Mrs. Henry Lichter is seriously ill at this time, but Tuesday night spent a restful night. Mrs. Emmott Jalkman. who moved recently to Whittemore from here visited friends here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver FVrris and son. Gene, visited relatives at. Thompson and Forest City over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbcslng of Mason City visited at the horn? of their daughter. Mrs. Wallace McDougall and family Tuesday. Mrs. Jack Johnston, Jr., Is quite 111 with an attack of pleurisy, which has kept her confined to her home the past tew days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Larson spent the week end in Minneapolis where they visited Bhe former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Larson. Dr. nnd Mrs. John Kenefick and son. Michael, were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kenefick at Eagle Grove Sunday. Mrs. Lela Donnell returned Saturday from San Antonio. Texas, after visiting the past three or four months at the Ira Vincent home. Mrs. Elsie Cady and daughter. Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDou- gnll and son drove to Mason City on Wednesday for n brief visit. Mrs. Wallace McDougall wa.s released from quarantine the first of the week. She had been quarantined for a month of a light of .scarlet fever. Mr. and Mr.s. J. F. Ovcrmyer left on Sunday for Dubuque where the former attended n Rotary convention. Mrs. H. M. Hauborg accompanied them to Davenport, where she visited h-er parents. The three are expected home today (Thursday). Mr. and Mr.s. H. H. Denrchs nnd th? latter's mother, Mr.s. E. J. Rnw.son. drove to Dexter, Iowa. Sunday and visited Mrs. Rawson's daughter. Mr.s. Maurice Neal. A baby boy wa.s born recently to Mrs. Neal and this makes the coup- Watch- Long's Food Shop Hand Bills Friday and Sal tirday .Market Sales Some one will Win a Value Set of Silverware A very attractive Premium will he u'iven away free .hist siii'ii vour name helo\v ami hefore 8:00 I*. M. Saturday. leave at our store the Call. Sunday and Monday. Nothing much is said about marriage. They just, swing from tree to tree, eating, sleeping nnd llvine in an Adnm nnd Eve fashion, except, that their enemies are not confined to snakes. It's good ent-.Ttalnment. and offers plenty of relaxation. When IIP hired a man to nil Ws shoes, he didn't mean to fill his flippers. And that, is the plot offered in "The Masquernder." with Ronald Colman nnd Elissa Landi. Another of those dunl role productions. It's th Bank Night picture next week. And that lady of mystery, who is to the Rooshian. what Greta is to the Scandinavian, nnd Marlene to the Germanic folks will make her Algona screen debut, next week Wednesday. Thursday nnd Friday, in "Nnna." Her advance publicity says that she "is a new star from red Russia, shooting westward to kindle th? American screen with a new fire." And. in looking through the preview pictures, w-e are inclined to ngree mast hearitly. She was born a poor. Immigrant girl, but she learned rapidly and beforo the picture is over the women folks will be weeping in silent envy nt the gorgeous gowns which she wears, nnd the fashion parade that wfilks across th? silver scren. Annn St-n is already a stnr; if you see the picture, you'll know why. Typewriter ribbons at this office. Xaine ___________________ -- ..... ___ Address le's third son. Mrs. Glen Bennett, will drive to Lincoln, Nebraska, starting Wednesday morning and will stay for about two weeks. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Paul Martin, who will then continue to Russell, Kansas. wh:re .she will visit her parents. Gen? Murtagh returned Thursday of week from Chicago where he had attended the cremation and funenil crvices of n friend. Tom Durrougs. He was accompanied by Mr.s. Burroughs who visited nt th? MurVagh home hen FViday. Saturday. Mr. and Mr.s. Mur- lagh nnd Mr.s. Burroughs drove to Gnn- lell where Interment took place. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson left rn Wednesday for Oakland, California, to visit, their daughter. Alice, who i>ra- dunted this month from the University of California at Berkeley. Alice will leceive her degree from the nrt de- iiarMiM-nt and will take a po'ition in in nrt store in Oakland. The Johnsons expect to be gone about a month. Word has been received that Marr t Vigars daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Win. Vigars, and a student at the Iowa Stale Teachers College at Cedar Falls, lias been selected as one of the students who will have charge of planning the fifth annual Mother's day celebration f.t the college on May 11-13. Margaret \f a member of the committee which will have charge of having the programs lor the May f.'t-e printed. FOR CONSTABLE on the Republican Ticket Your support in Ilic primary elect ion will he appreciated. FLOYD NEWVILLE $763,37419 This amount represents the proceeds of Corn Loans closed through this bank. This bank is willing at all times to cooperate with and assist its customers in every •way. IOWA STATE BANK Algona "Where Deposits Are Insured" Two Carloads of Chevrolets Arrived! Used Cars One 1933 Chevrolet Coach One 1932 Ford V-8 Coach One 1931 Chevrolet Coupe Dwiuht Parsons has taken over our paint department and is doing all k'inds of fender painting and complete paint johs. See him lor estimates. We do complete oil changing and grease jobs. Our repair shop is fully cqnip- ed for all kinds of overhauling. (Jet yours done now hefore the heavy sea- sou starts in. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Plioue 2()0. i! Sor en sen's Specials IVus. N,, •_• JO MXe. per can *•**•+> Pumpkin, No. '_' 10/» si/,-. I! can- 1Jl ' Mustard. I0 r full (| uart jar 1 ^*" Graham Soda Crackers. '1 Ih. l.ox (Jinu'er Snaps. 1 •_> H.s. J Macaroni, hulk, Ih. Apricots-Peach- e es, U 1 v, can, '1 for _ Magic Washer. • large si/.e ' Fancy ( Jrapet'ruil, ' 11 ox. cans • Seed Potatoes ( 'omplete Lille of Fivsll Fruits, Yegvtahles and Meats. Top Pi-ice for Kggs H. R.Sorensen & Co. 1 *1 t • I LJ l t • H l h<i!U* Lib ana !•>.> We Deliver. BABY WEEK This Week Is Dedicated to Baby liabir.s romr in for lot.s of attention til '.v (lav*. Wo feature line.s nl infant's fine apparel .-cientiflcally conM.nieted .sanitary packed in dust proof rc.iitainer.s. Made lor comfort in ;ill .-.(-a-oii.s. A very complete line Irom diapers out to carriag • robc.s. Comfort for Baby Embroidered on: i flannel kinuma.s Hand Maderia .slijis 39c 59c Bands, Shirts, Hose Curt r's Jitfy "Nava Hind ShlrLs," no buttons, no taix-.s. no plus, purl wool 75c part wool Infaiil'.s bund HIM- cotton Infant's bands ,- •» 59c 29< Boys' Wash Suits l>n.-> in pa.-,ui Kmbroidercrl rcjiiijiel'.s nf line broadcloth. lioy'.i Mils of hr,i\y Milling material*, M/.<-.•> L' to H .Kick '1'iir .Suit, in oii<- and two pun- 59c 1.00 59c f-\ * ' f For Little Sister. dn •*><-.-, in cl u-r M/.I-.-, 1 to 3 N«-w Printed allii bl'f^aticlot HatiMe i. M/e.> J-ti , . t . Jack Tar DIV.VH.-, for lu:],- unl.,. .,!&';, 2 to li od ualitv Havon P a ">. .SULO 2 to 1'.' $1 1.95 39c C'olorlul ankk-us for lu-OC [I.- lots. b\ Uollii^, pr. *-J* Tom Boy Wliit - SaiaLiL M/A-.s 'J to 8. p.ill' $2 silk and ool Play Suits Baby Dresses Up Kiddii-.- .-i!i: knit on i l • • M Brand hi-. I i'a n in 11.: "Pant 1 ruttoii 39c ' :-)Ox30 Hrd |x-r Ui./.cn Star Diaprrs CQ ' h Di.i|).-r Cloth - $1. 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