The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21, 1934 Dr. H. M. Olson and B. B. Coffin spent the week end fishing at Lost Island. Jlrs. George Kuhn was operated on TYlday morning for gall stones at Iowa City and ta recovering nicely. A bafey girl was born to Mrs. Bur- a€ Koesuth hos- jrftal. The child has been named Ruth Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mr. and Mra. Walter Lorenz are spending their vacations at Lake Okobojl this Mrs. Harold Miller of Oklahoma City «aih(S Thursday to spend the summer -with her parents, Dr. and Mrs P v Janse. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Bichardson were in Minneapolis last Thursday and Friday while Boy did some buying for his furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards visited at the Wm Greenfield and M. E. Blanchard homes In neighborhood Friday. the Irvlngton Mr. and Mrs Harold Oxley and their daughter, Aileen of Corwfth, were guests Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby are expected from Omaha Thursday for a •week end visit at the home of Mrs. Nasby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K D Junta, ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood and Gene Murtagh spent the week end at lake Okobojl with Mrs Murtagh, who Is spending some time at the lake this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young and two children of Mason City visited over the •week end with Mrs. Young's two sisters, Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mrs Hiram B. White. •'• Eddie Selfert, Algrona boy, who has made good as a contortionist will display his talents as a part of the program offered at a celebration June 22 and 23 at Cherokee. Mrs. L. B. Muckey, her son, Bussell !»lckett, and father, John Wermersen, left Tuesday for Wlnterset, Iowa, where they will visit until Sunday with a sister of Mrs. Muckey. Mrs. Herman Panthen, Christ Panthen, Miss Pauline Panthen and Mrs. Xydla Balvanz and son all of Eldora, visited at the home of Bev. P. J. Braner last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and the Matter's mother, who is visiting her, ^returned Tuesday after visiting relatives and attending to busness In Sioux City since Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Lynk, who have been vacationing In a cottage at Okobojl since Thursday of last week The Lynks plan to return today. Mr. and Mrs. Bey Brownell are expected home the last of the week from Bochester where Mrs. Brownell underwent a major operation Monday •of last week from which *he la recovering very nicely. Eleanor Norton has accepted a position In MM Marobaiitown high *ohool to teach European history during the coming year. She has been taking post graduate work the past few weeks at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned •Sunday evening after a two weeks' trip through Missouri and Arkansas and also the Ozarks. Mrs. Mary Patterson accompanied them as far as Des Motnes where *he visited during the Lusby'a trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nugent drove to Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend the week end with Mrs. Nugenfs mother, Mrs. Cora Todd. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. D. Nugent and Elizabeth who visited at the John Nugent home in Waterloo. Mrs. James Patterson spent the past two weeks in Des Moines where she Tlatted her nephew, George Patterson and family. Mrs. Patterson accompanied the E. W. Lusbys when they w-ent to Missouri and returned with them on their way home. Donna Mahoney and her aunt, Mrs. Dora Perrlgan, went to Chicago recently where Mrs. Ferrlgan will spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Faulkner and family. Donna will visit for a month with the Faulkners and other relatives and attend the Worlds fair. Frank Tietz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tietz, ST., who is a student of the State College for the Blind, arrived several days ago to spend his suhumer vacation afc th» parental home. Frank will keep himself busy this summer making mats which he sells for a reasonable price. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French and two children are expected here this week end from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They will visit with the former's mother, Mrs. S. B. French, and with Mrs. French's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T Peters of Burt They ex pect to stay two weeks or more. Betty Backus was 111 several days las week and confined to her home. He mother, Mrs. S. J. Backus, and daugh ter, Eleanor, spent the week end with her. Mrs. Backus and Eleanor are temporarily located in Des Moines whew Eleanor Is taking a business course a the American Institute of Business. C. H. Swanson, manager of the At lantlc & Pacific store, his wife and treir daughter, Rosalie, left Tuesday on an extended trip though Kansas an< southern states. They will return some time after the Fourth. Paul Schmidt of Fort Dodge will be the temporary manager in Mr. Swanson's absence. Grace Van Arnem and her friend Gladys Hampton, both of Fargo, North Dakota, arrived Sunday for a few days visit with the former's sister, Mrs. D A. Barnard. In a few days the two will journey to Washington, D. C., to attend the National Education Association convention. They will then return here for another visit. Helen Morse, former public school music teacher here, her friend, Mrs Se^lcy and daughter, Helolse, were guests over the week end at the E. J Murtagh home. Miss Morse is now teaching music In the State Normal at Stroudsburg, Pensylvanla, and the three were enroute home after visiting her father, who is spending the summer In the Black Hills. Kohlhaas Bros, have been having their building redecorated the pasl week. Their garage front and thai of the Elk Cleaners nave been painted aluminum color while the new liquor store front has been done In Ivory Madson & Hanson have redecorated their front in blue and ivory. The Dau Oarage front was recently given a rejuvenating with aluminum palpt. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Knapp of Fort Madison and the former's mother, Mrs Harry Knapp of Mason City visited in Algona Friday with WiUard's grandmother. Mrs. Aggie F. Knapp, and his aunt. Mrs. F. A. Corey. Willard and his wife were on their wedding trip following their marriage at Ottumwa the first of last week and were visiting in Mason City. Willard Is assistant manger of the Graham store at Fort Madison. Grand Opening Coryell Station Under New Management Saturday, June 23 A Free Treat for everyone who goes through our station. Come in and get acquainted We are pleased to announce that we have purchased the Coryell Station from H. C. Orr and Paul Wolford, and are now in possession. Your cooperation has made Coryell a thriving business in Algona and we are glad to be with you. Come and visit us. Algona Oil Co. Super Values That Make Food Dollars Larger Malted MJik, Thompsons, 16 ox. can 49c Boot Beer. Tasty Foods Extract, per bottle We Gelatin Deiaert, A-B-O Assorted Flavors, 3 nkg*. Ite Extract, Lemon or Vanilla, 8 to. bottle 15c French Drawing, A-B-C, 8 OB. bottle I5o Salad Drettdng, Sandwich Spread, 1000 Wand Droneing, A-B-C, 8 oa. jar lOc, 10 ox. giaw He U oc. Jar lie, quart jar 23 Olive OU, A-B-C, 2 04 bot. Ida Chenrk% A-B-C, Bed Maraschino, ty, ox. bottle 9c Prtaervef, Hawkeye, «t. jar 25c Peanut Butter, A-B- C, fancy large jar «5c Macaroni or Spaghetti, A-B-C 7 ox. like 5c Kabbw, A-B-C aeedtena, 4 Bt. pk*. 31« Cracker*, frtali baked. 2 U». caddy, graham 22c, soda 21c ..7e .19o Pork & Beans, A-B-C, in tomato Ktuoe, can Pineapple, Lei Girl Matched slice*, No. « can Baking Powder, Clabber Girl, 10 ox. can 10« O'iw», big value, Qt. Jar 33o Peanota, A-B-C Spanish Salted, pound 12o Candy, Big Ben Jellies, Hi. ..lie ManhmaUowB, snuboddy. Cellophane bag Ito Koei-Ade, make a refreshing drink, pkg. so Gra«e Juice, Welch*, pt. bot. 19o Certo make* jcTy jeU, bot. . .27o Toilet Soap, Bells fajtm Hot*, per bar Sc Health Soap, Pretax, bar Sc Parvwu, 1 Ib. pkg 12o Matohco, Palmer, strike a»y- wherei 6 boxes 2flc Fickle*, «t jar 33o Big Value, Dfl', qt. jar ISkj Big Three Fruit*, large No. 10 caus, Loganberries, can ..49o Black JtavpbenieM, can 63c Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Towne and their children spent the day Sunday In Clear Lake. Miles More of Sioux City was H guest over the week end at the Neal Smith home. Anna Buss, employed In the Iowa State Bank, is taking a week's vacation at this time. Betty and Donnabelle Metro of Es- thervllle are guests of their aunt, Mrs B. H. Miller at this time. Mary Kelly of Emmetsburg came on Sunday evening for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Wade Sullivan. Angle Peterson of Des Moines arrived Saturday and Is visiting this week with her frend, June Adelle Aman. Dr. H. M. Olson and Richard Coffin spent the week end fishing around Spirit Lake and Silver Lake. Matt Holtzbauer, Belmond, visited here with his mother, Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer, Sunday. He also visited other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klrsch and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elbert returned Wednesday after about a week's fishing at Cass Lake. Mrs. Charles Rosewall returned on Wednesday after a ten days' visit with her son. H. B. Rosewall and family at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Colfax were visitors Saturday evening and Sunday with the latter's mother and their daughter, Helen, at Colfax. Vernon Kohlhaas had the misfortune to sprain his ankle when he stumbled while running Sunday evening. As a result he Is using a cane now. Sister Mary Sarlta, one of the Presentation Sisters, left here Monday and will spend this week in Chicago at the World's Fair with two of her sisters. Jenn Cooney and Mary Strelt spent Sunday in Mason City visiting Mrs Ed Kelly, the former Gertrude Sheridan, and at the Maurice Cullen home Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughter and the former's mother Mrs J. C. Kresensky, were guests on Sunday at the Lou Kresensky home In Mankato. Mrs. Mildred Topf spent the week end In Minneapolis with her parents. On her return here Sunday evening she brought back her son, William, who will visit here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oodden left on Sunday morning for St. Joseph, Missouri, where Mr Godden attended a meeting of the Regional Monument Code Committee. Mrs. Chester Long and Gertrude and Junior left Wednesday morning foir Glen Ellyn, Illinois, where they will visit the next two weeks with tnte former's mother, Mrs. Miller. Mrs. J. M. Herbst, clerk at Chrlsten- s-en Bros, dry goods store, is taking her vacation this week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbst left Saturday evening for Spirit Lake where they spent several days. V. H. Coffin, field man of the Aetna Life Insurance Company, is spending this week in Des Moines attending a meeting. He will then go to Ames with other field men to attend a short course on soils. Mrs. Lura Sanders is taking a two weeks' vacation from her duties at the public library and left Saturday evening for Charles City where she will spend part ot the time with her son, Roger,, and family. Pearl Walker, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Less Walker for the past three weeks, returned Thursday to Chicago where she will enter her second year of training at St. Luke's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Thompson of Oaks, North Dakota, were Sunday visitors of M*. Belle Melggs. Mra. Thompson Is a cousin of Mrs. Meiggs and will be best remembered here as the former ERie Nortz. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Sunday evening with her son, Dr. L. D. Potter and family, who attended the Potter re- anion here, for his home In Schaller, Iowa. She will also visit In Storm t-ake and Fort Dodge before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and son, John, Jr., of El Paso, Texas, arrived Saturday at the home of Mrs. Jordan's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson. The Jordan family will spend the summer here. Mrs. Jordan ia the former Olga Carlson. Evelyn Blackman of Eagle Grove has >een visiting the last few days with her friend, Bernlce Stock. Bernlce will teach a dancing class on Tuesdays ind Fridays during the summer at Sagle Grove and Miss Blackman ia her accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson left on Tuesday afternoon for Minneapolis where they will visit a week. Mr. Erickson will return here after that but Mrs. Erickson will go to Lake Koronis where she will spend about ten days with relatives. Stella Scharlach is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, his week. Miss Scharlach teaches in he Roosevelt school at Sioux City. Geneva, another daughter, who has been quite ill of late with quinsy, is iow able to be up and around. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull and family returned Wednesday evening after a tslt since Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. iV. H. Cummings in Des Moines and ther relatives in southern Iowa. Mrs. Hull's mother, Mrs. J. E. Fierce of Tingley. returned with them and will i&it here. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anderson and daughter of Jefferson, Iowa, visited at the Melzar Falkenhainer home Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Anderon and Mrs. Falkenhainer are sisters. The Anderson family were on their way to Elysian, Minnesota, where they will spend the summer. Miss Kate Skinner 1-eft Tuesday Bfrnadlne Barnes was a guest at Mankato over the week end. Mr. and! MJrs. Lloyd Hudson and daughters are spending this week at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert spent Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines on business. Janet Zerfass, student at University of Cincinnati, arrived home Thursday and will spend the summer here. Ladies' Aid will meet Friday at the Floyd Bilsborough home. Mrs. T. O. Thompson will be assisting hostesses. Mrs. A. Uhlendorf is expected Friday from Chicago to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goc- ders. Evelyn Hodges came home Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Evelyn teaches in the high school at Oshkosh. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and two children left Tuesday of last week on an extended trip through northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer and her daughter, Veda and Gene Murtagh are at the Falkenhainer cottage on Hayward Bay, West Okoboji, this week. Mary Janice Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice, who has been attending the University of Michigan-at Ann Arbor, returned home Tuesday morning. Mrs. W. C. Dewel Is visiting this week in LeSeuer, Minnesota, with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Raymond. Her sons, Don and Bob, took her to LeSeuer on Saturday Mrs. D. H. Goeders, and Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Bohannon drove to Des Moines Tuesday taking Harold Falk- enhainer back after a few days' visit In Algona Amos Kromlnga, old and respected citizen of Titonka, was an Algona visitor Wednesday, and called on his Algona friends after attending to business matters. Evelyn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Hodges returned Saturday and will spend the summer here. She has been teaching English in the high school at Oshkosh, Wis. Kenneth Knutson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knutson, arrived home Saturday evening from Minneapolis where he has been attending school, taking an electrical course. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap are the parents of a baby daughter born on Tuesday. The baby weighed seven and three-quarters pounds and was named Catherine Diane. Dr. W. D. Andrews had his emergency case taken from his car Tuesday evening while making a call at a home on Call street. It is surmised that the miscreant was looking for dope. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Nelson and family are expected home next Tuesday from points in Wisconsin where they are visiting their relatives and flshiny since last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon spent the week end with Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan at Minneapolis. Harry, Mrs. McMahon's brother, returned with them and Is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knoll and daughter, Maron Joyce and Mrs. Bert Oal- bralth and Will Galbralth left Tuesday for Chicago where they will attend the Worlds Fair and visit Mr. Galbraith's son, Raymond and wife. Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, accompanied Mrs. Chet- Long and children, Wednesday and will go as far as Port Bryon, Illinois, where he will visit his aunt, Mrs. Leo Herard. He expects to return in about two weeks with the Longs. QUALITY MfcAT Long's Food Shop BUG HEB£ morning in company of Mrs. Roorda of Pella. who formerly taught with Miss Skinner in LuVerne, and two other ladies of Clear Lake, for Two Harbors, Minnesota, on Lake Superior. The four ladles will spend about two weeks there in a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit returned Sunday evening after an eleven day trip up north. Some of the interest- Ing points visited by them were Toronto, Canada, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Port Huron, Milwaukee and Chicago. In Chicago they attended the World's Fair for a day. The SLreits drove their car on the trip and averaged around 300 miles a day. Victor Steil of Algona has charge of the grain, office In Matt's absence. Mr. and Mis. D. H. Goeders came home Friday evening from Des Moints where they had spent a few days white Mr. Goeders attended a meeting of the Fiih and Game Commission. They were accompanied home by Harold Falkeuhaiaer who returned to Des M.oiues on Tuesday. Harold has been convalescing from uu operation for appendicitis and was to resume hi3 position in the ottice of Coiiiptrolier C. B. Murtugh Wedneaduv. Greenberg went to Iowa City tbi first of last week to attend a six week's summer course in dramatics at the University of Iowa. Isabel was particularly outstanding in the high school dramatic work the past year and took part in the outside contests. Bernlce Stock has organized a danc- ng class In Eagle Grove where she expects to have about 100 enrolled. The classes run from children of preschool age to Junior college age. Ber- nlce conducts the school on Tuesdays and Fridays, and has about ten classes each day. Manager N. C. Rice has announced that every Saturday night those at- ending the show will be given a doub- e ticket one of which they will keep and the other drop Into a jar. At the :nd of the show a ticket will be drawn 'rom the jar and the one holding the matching ticket will be given »15.00. Redecorating has Just been completed at the Morrison Beauty Shop and a green and soft yellow-orange color combination has been used. The walla have been painted a light dull green nd booths a darker green with con- rasting panels. Linoleum with a mot- led grfren pattern has been used on the loor. C. M. Doxsee paid his many old Algona friends a short visit last week, coming up from Des Moines with his brother-n-law, Harvey Ingham, to look after his farm west of Algona. Mr. Doxsee, who has for many years been in the abstract business at Redwood City, California, is looking as young as he did twenty-five years ago. He says that California is getting out of the depression and is loyal to President Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Phillips of Omaha spent Sunday with Clarence's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. They brought with them their baby daughter, Ging-er Lee, who was two weeks old the following Monday. Other guests at the Phillips home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Spencer, Mrs. Joe Fransen and two sons of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs Monroe Mikkelson of Boone, Dr and Mrs. Claire Schaap and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman of Algona. Hatrold Sorenaen of LuVerne, and Kenneth Beeley spent their vacation last week at Cass Lake and other parts of Minnesota fishing. They were to spend a week but the fish bit so good they got their limit In five days and finding no excuse for staying longer, came home. While their husbands were fishing, Mrs. Stely and Mrs. Sorensen and sous, Wayne and Dwight, went, to Wahoo, Nebraska, to visit their sister, Mrs. Karl Anderson. During their stay they visited one day at Omaha and a day at Lincoln. Mrs. Anderson returned home with her sisters to spend a couple of w«eks visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson of Algona. Andrews Is Honored Dr. W. D. Andrews has been appointed hospital chairman of the Iowa 3o- ckty of Osteopathic Physicians, it was announced this week by Dr. F. A. Gordon, bU,te president of the organization. Dr. Andrews is conferring with his and oilier couiuu'tiefcs. to increase state lucaibtrihiy and a scries of meet- are being arranged Methodist Church Church School at 9:45. Morning worship at. 10:45. The sermon "Christianity Sees a New Dny." The Epworth League meets at 6:45. The union evening service this Sunday is at the Presbyterian church. All members and. friends of the church are invited to our Sunday fellowship. These Ideal evenings seem to draw our people to the State Park by "class- fuls." Both the Young Married People and the Centenary class have enjoyed picnic suppers there recently. Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "Our Spiritual Heritage." Union church services at 8 o'clock in the evening at the Presbyterian church. Prefers 10 Days William "Wlldy" Blngamnn was fined $10 and costs In the court of Mayor C. F. Speeht. Monday, following a disturbance Sunday evening. Bingaman was attested on a charge ol drunkennes. H-? perferred to take ten days in Jail, however, and the sentence was switched to comply with his preference. Takes Course in "Janiting' Burt: Tver Nordin left Monday for Ames where he will take a short course in janitor work. A Presbyterian Bible school program will be held at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. May 22nd at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone Is cordially invited. Do you look for real values? Then look to Gambles—Genuine 83.00 Ale- mite Grease Gun, $1.29—Valve cores. 4 for 9c—You can still buy soap at our low price. Floating Soap, 10 bam 19c. 25 June Parade of Values at Goeder's Catalina Swim Suits Are Real Bathing Beauties 095 L* and up rhey're Just about the briefest, finest swim suits you ever saw. Nothing but slender straps at back and the new bib front. Of pure wool, knit to kllng, and give you lovely lines. Chosen by Hollywood. Finer Silk Hose A Selling of Chiffon Hose 85c Sheer and clear and flne, the sort of hose you'll want to complement summer frocks. Pure silk to the dainty lace tops with reinforced toes and, heels for that extra mileage. Those new tones (J Shadow Panel White Shoes Charming new ties, strap sandals and pumps are all represented iu unusual value event. New selections have Just arrived. $3.50 Initial Hanks Here they are. Fine linen in new dark shades with two inch contrasting one side panel. Your initial awaits you. Chalk Crepe Perfectly Fitting Sleek smooth lines to make your frocks nt smartly, are assured when you wear these shadow panel slips. Full 52 in. long Metal Initials Non-tamshing, rust proof white metal Initials. Put on to stay. They will make your bag look smarter and distinctive. Childrens Play 2 for 25c Pajamas Summer Comfort For the Girls Made of prints, suiting and broadcloth. Cleverly styled in short and long legs. Some with hats to match. Smart and Cool Cotton Dresses Charming' muliioolpred prints dots, dtripei and plaids. Past color voiles, piques '. seersucker, and batiste. 14 to 50. Goeder's June Parade of Values Wash Dresses Koep cool and dainty In these refreshing wash frocks. Fast colors, slzos 14 to 52. Including values to $1.50. '$1.00 Rayon Panties Clover new mesh and plain weaves in brief panties. Smooth fitting insures comfort. A special purchase. Real values. 29c Silk Hose Pure silk full fashioned hose in sheer, service or chiffon. New shades, regular $1 •• qualltyt Slightly irregular, all sizes. 59c White Hats It's the brim that doe« It—adds chlo to your costume and a welcome flattery to you. Silk. Pique and Mesh. Sizes. $1.00 Carioca Pants They're new—they're intriguing—and oool. Smooth, snug-fitting. You'll be charmed by their briefness. See them. 85c Novelty Rugs 24x48 large size—gay weaves and fast colors, heavy quality. They stay flat. Choose from this new selection of smart rugs. 79c

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