The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 12
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TWO SETS TWINS IN SWEA VICINITY Mino and Rockwell Fami lies Welcome Sets of Twins Swea City: Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino of Gran township recently. Twins. a boy and ft girl were born recently to Mr. nnc Mrs. Max Rockw-fll of Enple township A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Griffith. These births occurred within the past week. Two hundred and forty-two paid their old age pension tax here on Tuesday of last w-eek. Ronald McDowell left Friday for Yellowstone Park where he has employment for the summer. Thirty members of the M. E. Aid society plan to attend Guest Day at Burt on Wednesday, June 20. Mrs. E. C. Peterson, who was seriously burned two weeks ago, is reported as recovering although she sftill suffers severely. Mrs. Wm. Chrlstensen and Mrs. Aug list Peterson are delegates to the dis trlct convention of the Royal Neigh bore held at Estherville June 20. Ten Boy Scouts, with then- scou leader. Rev. O. R. McDowell, kit on Sunday for Port Dodge for ft week's stay at the official scout camp. The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will hold their annual picnic at the City Park on Thursday, June 28 with a 6 o'clock basket dlhner, followed by a dance at Interlaken, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. Dustin of Los Angeles, California, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken. They wfere enroute from New York City to Los Angles where they have been visiting relatives. The soft ball tournament proved Interesting Ho about 300 fans Monday and Tuesday nights. On Monday night the Richard Berg team lost to Thorwald Danl's team, 7 to 9. Tuesday night Francis Poole's team won from Sam The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21, 1934 Clausen of Dolllver, 3rd and 4th grade, and Miss Gladys Cobeen of Manly, th 5th and 6th grades. Francis Flana gun of Willlamsburg will be coach ant teach agriculture. The first division of the M. E. Aid society entertained the missionary so ciety on Tuesday afternoon. The following program, under the direction o Mrs. Paul W. Larson as program leader was presented: song by audience "From Greenlands' Icy Mountain" "Our Mission," Mrs. P. W. Larson letter from n China missionary, Mrs S. Ecklund; "Sunday School in China/ Mrs. George K. Nelson; "Organization of the First, Missionary Society." Mrs J. L. Vaux; reading. Mrs. Wm. Thompson; song by audience. "Toll It to the World." Tlie hostesses were Mes- dam-rs J. Ecklund. A. K. Nelson. C. 'ashing. R. Helmke. J. Hnglund, S Ecklund and Miss Carrie Harner. In a fast contest. Hethershaw's team 4 to 5. The teaching force for the Grant township schools for the school year is as follows: Supt., C. W. Hammond; principal, Mtas Dorothy Sedwick, Mt Pleasant; mus(c, Duane Stuart, Bristow; Miss Evelyn Bork of Fairmont, ftrst and second grades; Miss Hulda Wesley Woman to Leave for France Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Bra- ey and Ethel are leaving this -week Friday morning for Iowa City and on aturday plan to leave with Dr. and JLrs. Alson Braley for Annapolis for a en days' visit with the Lieutenant Jumma family before their departure n July 4th on the U. S. S. Washington for a two years' transfer to Paris France. Mr. and Mrs. Mumma. Mrs. Mumma being Carmen Braley before her marriage, have a new son born to them last week Tuesday, making them a nice family of three boys. Th? Mumma family plan to spend the remaining summer months in southern France learning the French language before his entry in the fall at an advanced naval school in Paris. THE WEEKLY RECORD June 13 82 June 14, .01 inches of rain ..80 June 15 77 June 16 "go June 17 75 June 18 "as June 19, .35 Inches of rain '. .93 50 50 54 52 62 53 61 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.50 2 yellow 4.714 2 mixed 46*, Oats .35 Hogs-Sows Medium weight. 200-300 $4,30 Prime butchers, 300-350 $4.00-4120 . Sows, 300-350 ............ 3 50 •acklng- Sows, 350-400 .......... . . 3 40 'acking Sows. 400-500 .... " 3 20 140 ....................... " 270 160 .................... 3.00-3.BO P'f?s- 180 ......................... 3.50 Fat cows ................... $2.00-3.00 Bulls ........................ $1,50-2.25 Stackers .................... $2.50-3.50 "'at cattle ................... $4.00-7.00 /eal calves .................. $3.00-4.00 Glen Culbertson, Algona, and Mary Ellen Marlow, Lone Rock, June 16. Lloyd Hutchinson, Lone Rock and Emma Meyer, Fenton, June 16. Geo. H. Lenry, Cylinder, and Eunice Stred, Wells, Minn., June 18 Brother of Frank Geigel Passed Away Henry Geigel. a brother of Frank Geigel of Algona, and a former residen of the LuVerne neighborhood, died a his home in Renwick last Saturday Funeral services were held at the Evangelical church in Renwick and inter- . 1 .............................. 12c . 2 ............................... 9c Cream ............................ 2 3c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Edwin Greinert, Whlttemore and Ly- dla Meyer, Whlttemore, June 14. J. H. Angle, Hudson. S. D., and Delia McCormick, B-^resford. S. D., June 15. Melvin G. Bourne and Opal Morrison. Algona. June 15. NEW CARS LICENSED Mrs. Anna Nurre, Bancroft. Plymouth tudor; Arthur Leason. Burt, Ford coach; Wm. Peterson. Titonka. Ford coach; D. Meddilsworth, Algona. Chrysler sedan; J. E. Mason, Algona. Plymouth tudor; Amos Flnnestad, Fenton, Ford tudor; Ira Foster, Fort Dodpr, Plymouth coupe; C. N. Aalfs. Aleona. Chevrolet coach; S. E. Straley. Fenton, Ford coach; Thos. McMahon Wesley, Chevrolet coach; C. O. Doll. Algona, Chevrolet coach; J. W. Haggard. Algona, Buick vlctoWa fcoupe; George Pikoulas, Algona, Pontiac sedan; Halvor Flom, Jr., Wesley. Chevrolet sedan; E. J. Murtagh, Algona Chevrolet coach; O. W. Erickson, Algona, Chevrolet sedan; Virgil Cooper Algona, Chevrolet coach; J. M. Marlow, Algona, Pontiac coupe; J. M. Blanchard, Lone Rock, Pontiac sedan; K C. Hancher, Algona, Ford coach- H A. French, Titonka, Lafayette coach- E. D. Sheehan, Ford coach; H. C. Lindsey, Fenton, Chevrolet sedan; Harry Ward. Algona. Ford coach; E. H. Dehnert. LuVerne, Chevrolet sedan: Frederick Schultz, Lone Rock, Chevrolet Bradford Man Buys Coryell Gas Station M. HE. Tjaden has purchased Coryell station from H. C. Orr and Paul Wolford and took possession on Friday. Mr. Tjaden cames to Algona from Bradford, Iowa, where ihe has been in the general merchandise- and live stock business. He has rented the W. H. Lacy home on Call street whsre he and his family are n ow at home. Mr. Tjaden is being assisted for the time being by E. E. Frerichs who comes to Algona from Qruncty Center. Both men are experienced in the oil business. The new management is announcing a grand opetiing for Saturday, June 23, in an ad elsewhere in this paper. New Bridge Under Way. Good Hope: county construction men are at work erecting the new bridge on the road running north and south along the west line of the w. J. Bourne farm. Orading will follow Its completion, and graveling will take place next year. Two miles of grading is also under way along the east and west lin-ss between Union and Burt townships, and from the northeast corner of -the D. W. Smith farm to the northwest corner of the Bourne farm. 3700 Pay Pension Tax Three thousand, srven hundred old age pension payments have been made to date, out of an Earl Griffith, deputy n this county estimated 12,000, In .the office of M. J. Duffy,, fcsounty treasurer, computed jyesterday. Collections are being made as rapidly as possible. Land on Moire in North Kossuth Lakota Dally: Lank seems to be on the move in northern 5 Kossuth. Dreesman & Lester repbrted the sal~ of two farms the past week. Frank Dontjc bought a farm in the Swea City neighborhood, and Fred Christ purchased a. quarter section just west of Lakota The price paid was not given out, but from reports, the price was encouraging enough to farm owners farms are well improved Both. coupe; W. E. Quinn, Bancroft. Reo sedan; Leslie Larson, Fen-ton, Plymouth coach; Tony Gappa, Fenton, Chevrolet coach; P. A. Lonergan, Bancroft. Chev- rokt coupe; and Cecil Robinson, Bancroft, Ford truck. OFFICIAL CALL On the twenty-third day of July A. r>., 1934, at 1:30 P. M. there will be held in the courtroom of the Palo Alto County Courthouse at Emmetsburg. Iowa, the Democratic Convention of the Fourteenth Judicial District of the State of Iowa. The purpose of this convention will be the nomination of two candidates for the office of Judge of the District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District of Iowa, for the term of office beginning the first day of January. A. D., 1935. Delegates for this convention will be chosen by and at the regular county convention held in the various counties of the Fourteenth Judicial District, ment was in the LuVerne where a son Is also burled. cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Geigel had planned on observing their golden wedding anniversary m October, but death, with the grim hand that only it can yield, in- ervened. Feed Poisons Horses Lone Rock: Delbert Hanna's horses ire dying, poisoned from moldy feed. r. Hanna expects to lose most of Summer's Loveliest Lingerie Appealing New Styles in Rich Quality All-Silk Crepe $1 to 2.95 Lingerie WITH A DIFFERENCE which fastidious women will be quick to appreciate! There's extra grace and subtle flattery in their well cut, beautifully fitted lines. Unusual luxury an1 rich loveliness in the choice quality all-silk crepes. And the trimmings of fine laces and dainty appllqued or cutout motifs bespeak a rare elegance. See linger! Call special ad vert U- at the Theatre this DANCE SETS reel week only. COSTUME SLIPS NlflTITOOWNS Women's Accessories Ellen Smith of Liver- M. Mason of LuVerne, 41 Names Drawn During Bank Night Mrs. F. J. Welp of Bancroft failing to be present Bank Night (Tuesday) at the Call Theatre did not receive the $100 deposit. Twenty-five dollars were then to be given to someone in the house holding the lucky number. Ant then as they say, "the fun began." Forty-one names were drawn, .taking more than an hour and a half of time, before Russell Hutchins of Algona received the money. Names drawn were Harry Harris of Algona. Florence Ramus of LuVern?, more, Mona Lawrence Bacon of Titonka, D. C. Parsons of Algona. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan of Minneapolis. Mrs. Davison of Algona, Mrs. Guy Stoddard of Livermore, John L. Momyer of Algona. M. E. Clark of Algona, Irvin Foertsch of Wesley, Delia Moe of Algona, Ruth Henn of Maplevllle, Iowa, J. P. stud- er of Wesley. Mrs. Otis Sanders of Lone Rock, Ida Young of Wesley. L. E. Hamnquist of Lakota, Roy Lichty of LuVerne, O. O. Espe of Bode, Donald Gardner of Algona, Eleanor Twogood of Algona. Mrs. R. L. Robinault ol Algona, Chuck NicouJln of Algona, Mary C. Oesterreicher of Titonka. E. Henderson of LuVerne, Fred J. Bush of Corwith. A. T. Erdmann of Wes- ey, H. Lumbers, c-o Eischeid in coun- ry, Mrs. Ed Jergenson of of Algona, rrla Stephens of Titonka, Mrs. S. B. Weber of Whlttemore, Gladys Clare if Bode, Mrs. O. C. McKee of Algona, lose Kutschara of Algona, Ruby Mur- ha of Algona, Lyle Kirk of Marathon, Jelorcs Boss of LuVeme and Edith Roeder of Algona Next week the drawing will be for $100. Young Lutherans Will Hold Rally The yoqng people of the various congregations of zone 10, will hold a rally on Sunday. July let, at the Algona high school auditorium. It will be an all-day affair. About 10 congregations will take part in this rally. The details of the program will be announced ne.xt week. Wives Liked It The Rotary club of Algona held its anual picnic at Call State Park on Monday evening. Under the direction of Frank Mathes, fried chicken, gallons of lemonade and coffee, and various and sundry other items on the menu disappeared. It Is understood that the wives of Rotarians ar-: urRiiig that this become a monthly instead ol yearly affair. For all kinds of Electrical Work Call Julian J. Arndorfer 421 X. Worstt-rSt. 3'hoiu- fiU) for Kh-<-ti-ical \Vork Have You Ever Used Richelieu Gelatine Dessert 1 AKRES <ii-ape Juirr, (lingeralr and i',,1,, Syi-up make very nice siuioucr drinks Om- pint of i',,],,. a ii jj avors . Jnakt . s 7 pints of delirious, eoojiuji- tyjn lievt-rage. Pint L>la>s in..7 .,,,),• £UC is line flavored and quirk scllin Sell Lots of It Daily at the Pkg. 204 8th Grade Graduates Passed Final Examinations (Continued from Page One) Lentsch. Harrison Twp.—Carl Schauberger. Hebron Twp.—Joyce Corhus, Vernon Jordal, Joyce Johnson, Hazel E. Loge, Arlin Madetske, Marjorle Oswald. Mar- Jorle Stenberg, Theodore Osland. Irving-ton Twp.—George Becker, Rob- :rt Fraser, Russell Kelly, Helen Leigh, Lois C. Miller, Delores Warren. Ledyad Twp.—Lena Bautnann. Ronald Heetland, Robert Kollasch, Doris Olson, Lavonne Olson, Edwin Steenhard. Uncofn Twp.—Edwin Christ, Sadye Patterson, Herman Rippentrop, Alia Eileen Sleper. Lotts Creek Twp.—Edna Haack, Amanda Kadlng, LuciU Meyer, Evelyn Pompe. LnVerne Twp.—Alberta Mae Frantz, jewis Hilyard, Clyde Johnson, Joseph rtarty, Robert Marso, Lyle Schipull, Vrlva Schipull, Edgar E. Thomas. Plum Creek Twp.—Juanita Anderson, rene Fitzgerald, Alice Mae Johnson, loward Miller, LeRoy Nauman, Willam Tjaden. Portland Twp.—Donald Graham, i Gerald Huber, Mariet Huber, Lo?ma Keith, Arthur Leek, Levant Moore, Floyd Stott, Marie Rose Watson. Prairie Twp.—Arnold Arndorfer, Roman Arend, Vernon Daley, Irene F«s- bcnd'r. Kathleen Kunkel, Florla Neuroth. Madonna StufTllck, Berneta Studer. Ramsey Twp.—Laura Anderson. Keitb Custard, Luclle Farrow, Hazel Favrow, M«xlne Oriese, Harold Oingerich, Roy McCarthy, Elmer Hanson, Herman Schutter. Blverdale Twp.—Helen Devine, Loretta Flsch, Lucille Haterud. May Mullarkey, James Don Moore. Vernon John Plathe, Mary Runchey, Florence Thll- ges. Sherman Twp.—John Blumer, David Coleman. Dorothy Downey, Evelyn M. Loss, John Lyon, Gordon Miller, l»von Sankey. Sprinrfleld Twp.— Myrl Anderson. Swe» Twp.—June Fischer. Steven Guerdet, Martin Holcomb, Kathleen Kennedy, Ida Ma e Wiley. Union Twp.—Dorothy Alt, Raymond Dearchs, Hazel Jenkinson, Joyce Mittag, Dorothy Elaine Reid, Lawrenoe Riedel, Stuart Thompson, Curtte Ward. Wesley Twp.—Ethel Flom, John Foster, Dorothy Green, Margaret Gollner, Lillle Hanson, Burton Hanson, Milferd Hilb:rt, Irene Johnson. Shirley Wolf. Whlttemore Twp—Llcfyd Brandow, William B'jumann, Dolores Erpelding. George Muller, Eugene Muller, I*wis Priester, Clinton Rath, Annette Simpson, M:lvin Thill, Vernon Weber. Eagle Twp.—Glenn Larson, Helen Larson, Robert O'Gfreen, Mteta Mae Swanson, Clifford Walstrand. Whittemore Ind District —Doroth Airhart, D Ibert Dogotch, Viola Voigt Parochial Schools —Lutheran and Catholic: Irene Bleckwenn, Aleen Bollinger, Lorena Bormann, Ruth Dreyer John T. Devine, Alioe Forburger. Elvira Geishecker, Lucille Hildman, Maxine Jentz, Evelyn Klatt, Roland Lenz, Mildred Lentich, Ruth Mu«*e, Celestine Marso, Thelma Oppedal, Elmer Ruhnke, Duane Snerman. Richard Thull Har: lei Wehrspan. John Weig. Elead Morris Wegn-'.r, Irvin Weydert, Ruth Will, Raymond Zeimet, Harold Braatz Ciarenct Bormann James Cruise, Vera Dau. Mathias J Erdmann. Andrew GU-ch, Hfcl-n Hahn. Btrnadme Hilbert, Edmund Krause, Ervin Kadlng, Bernard Leziertz. Ernest Meyer, Velma Anna Meyer, Rita Marso, Leonard Pompe, Marjone Reding, Mark L. Stud-r. Erwin Vaudt. Merlyn Wegener, Donald Warbiur. Thomas Wagner, Dorofthy youngwirth, R-bert Zumach. representation being on the basis of one delegate for every five hundred votes or major fraction thereof cast n each of the counties of said district for the Honorable Franklin Delano Roosevelt for President of the United States at the general election held in November of 1932. The number of delegates to which each county is entitled being as follows: Clay, 7 delegates; Palo Alto, 8 delegates; Emmet, 4 delegates; Kossuth 13 delegates; Humboldt, 6 delegates- Dickinson, 5 delegates; Buena Vista, 9 delegates and Pocahontas, 7 delegates Dated this nineteenth day of June A. D., 1934. Democratic Judicial-Committee for Fourteenth Judicial District For Sale FOR SALE—80 acre farm, cheap 2H miles 8. E. Algona.—Mrs. Joe Chrls- 25-26* ensen. Phone 259. FOR SALE— Piano. We have a Kimi piano near Algona with only $47 left to pay. Cash only. Write Crttchett Piano Shop, Des Moines 0 25-26* FOR SALE—Persian kittens, red and * colored.—Mrs. Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor. 2 5* FOR SALE^rSedTce box. Medium very good condition. Price $10 Mary Tillmoney FOB Ledyard.—(Mrs. FOR SALE—Oak posts F. F. Thompson, phone 26F12. 24-25 TJSKD BUICK CAB FOR SALE—One of the best used Buick cars in Algona I* offend for sale at alxnrt one-seventh of the cost price. The car Is mechanically perfect and has always J!2fiTf5 **« ^! st , of "»• Anyone ln- Save that vcream with a Vega sep- V, £5$ blraest biters. Medi- size, $77.50. Terms— Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tr Miscellaneous Violin Instructions Wednesday at home. Phone 388-j, Algona or write Mrs. Agnes Austin Vohs, West Bend. 25-26* MAN WANTED for Rawlelgh route of 800 families. Write Immediately.— t e r& C °" ^P*' IA-I91-SA, Freeport, 111. 24-26* Our Interest rate to borrowers is being reduced to 6 per cent on July 1st. If you are planning on building a. home, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage avail yourself at the low Interest rate plan of the- Algona Buldlng & Loan Ass'n. 22-tf Lost-Found LOST—Ladles' suit case between Irv- ngton and Algona. Finder please re- urn to this office.—Sadie Smith Colfax, Iowa, c-o John A. Smith 25* „ HHIT1E3 Department S/ores nl -' Lav a {irrat varietv of Clicr.M- and Sandwii-li Hpu-ads. 'i'anic.s and IVliir llUK-lie.s ai'r J|,,t nunplc!,- \vitli- out ftuuic of tl K ..se ai.iHli/.in- and Ila]li»-airs Unroloj-ed Japan Tea, \'._. pound paeka^es More fre*h fruits an , Plum.-, and A new arrivals. on. rcots are am- JiukiMl Jicaijs, Cookrd Spaghetti in toiiiaiD .suiu-r and ch*H-^e and a new lleinz'.s rooked inararoni in rreaiu saurr and rlieese, Chow ('how, Sweet iveli.-Ji. jiickle.s and olivr.s, ripe, green or .-luffed are among tin- ht-rst .sellers. Halligau's Hlendrd Tea, tin- hrst }'..r I<-«-d Tea. tall glas.se.s __ ^ Halligan's "Pure Quill" Coffee j| 1 pound glass jar 350 • 3 pound glass jar $1,00 jjj 7 einj.ty 1 lb. jm-.s returned entitle.s • you t.» l pound coff^,- f n . v .. f n u , ;j m pound jars give you :j pound.- roft'ee U frer. S 15c They Liked Program— Including a Belch Algona Kiwanians offered Fort Dodge members a chance to glimpse the way the snappy local club conducts it3 weekly programs, when Ufc Algonlans went to Port Dodge, Tuesday evening, and put on the program. The boys say they had a jolly time. Bob Harrington's belch, made famous ac Mason City, took honors at Fort Dodge as well. T. H. Chmchilles pie- sented a free hand drawing, while Joe Bloom carried on a verbal offering ot an explanatory nature. Knowing Mr. Bloom's ability along this line, there is no doubt but what the Fort Dodge boys heard plenty. AJf Kresensky, T. H. Chri&chilles and Joe Bloom also ted iJie singing. H. W. Miller gave a talk. We asked him what he !.aid. arid all we could flnd out was that he "just talk-ed." Bill Steele presided over the gathering. Watch Fireworks A warning against the shooting oU ol nr-.-works at random was issued this week by city officials. The Fourth ol July is still quite a *ay off. and uaauy youngsters are already registering an overdose of patriotism. Fresh New Pastel and Print DRESSES 7QC Women will want for last Minute Holiday plans i ?!•• Washable Crepes with long swagger coats M W bhort jacket styles are in demand now— • Afternoon types with newest details- T/he prints are sheer and cool, in neat clear designs on white grounds. The pastels are of lovely silk crepe, washable and semi- tailored. Also the most wearable sport clothes. All in all, it's as complete a lot of drosses for afternoon and vacation needs as you will find anvwhere Cat $7 95) " PRINTS - PASTELS - Summer Silk Dresses EXTRA SPECIAL— If these dresses did riot have price cards, your guess .special WHITE would price. be at least twice the $100 Get a New White Hat For Your Holiday A new purchase of smart Sumtmer White Hats for .Rough straws, if that's your preference—fine white straw for a triij—imitation Panama for .sport or outing- wear—that's your choice in this bright new collection, and they all look more expensive'. THEY'RE VALUES AT THIS LOW PRICE CHILD'S WASH DRESSES Sheers, Organdy, Batiste and Voile. Fast color fabrics in sizes 7 to 14 years. Our Greatest of all Wash Dress Events Interest grows more intense daily as new shipments of .sport and street dresses are being iiished in to keep the glorious selection complete. A Feativa) of Bargains in Three Separate Croups What an assortment—(Fashion details you «xpect only in much higher priced dres&es. Every kind of dress imaginable—sport, types, st-rett frocks In voile, organdy, batiste and' &tuart prints. No maiter where you're going, no matter what, size you wear, you'll flnd a drttiti in Uiu. group.

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