The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Idwa, Aug. 23,1934 PIONEER BURT LADY CELEBRATES 92 ANNIVERSARY Burt: Thursday of this week Is Mrs. Aurilla Coffin's 92nd birthday and the ihembers of the Birthday circle and a number of invited; friends and inter daughters, Mrs. Harry McMurray and Mrs. W. E. McDonald of Algona gathered at the Coffin home to help her Celebrate. Her many friends extend their best wishes to Mrs. Coffin on her 92nd birthday. Bnl'.et Shatters Aoto Glass Mr. and Mrs. Fred RIngsdorf and Will RIngsdorf drove to Stlllwater, Minnesota, Satorday, where they visited their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf at the Simon Johnson home. They returned home Monday. On their return trip, just as they were out of St. Petersburg, a glass in their car was shattered by a bullet or a stone from some unknown source. No one was Injured by the flying glass. Dr. Lynn Dirksen visited at the J. P. Stow home recently. Mrs. Gus Thaves enjoyed a visit from her sister over Sunday. A baby boy was bom to Mr. and Mrs. John Long Sunday night. Miss Ua Wallace Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, The Bahllng family enjoyed a family reunion at Calls Park. Sunday. Lloyd Schenck, M. M. Chlpman and H. L. Souerman spent Sunday at Spirit Lak«. Miss Erna Peterson Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ostergaard at Swea City. Mrs. Will Thompson and daughter Neva, called at the Charles Olson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Barnes and two daughters are visiting at the Rev. S. H. Aten home. Mrs. Elizabeth Treptow received word Sunday stating that Mrs. Joe Madden was seriously ill. Rev. Muhleman of Algona held a quarterly meeting at the church here Monday evening. Mrs. S. M. Peterson and two daughters are spending a few days in Des Moines this week. Miss Lois Graham is working at the joe Madd-n home at Haifa. Mrs. Madden is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. James Scwick are moving this week Into the W. J. Davison home on main street. Leta, the twelve year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, has been ill for several days. COAL-A pproved for ECONOMY SAVE on Heating Costs Statistics show that coal is the least expensive fuel. That's why thousands of thrifty people—for a time persuaded to tiy other methods of heating —are once again heating with coal. For the finest quality coal call us. ANDERSON GRAIN & COAL CO. Phone 308 Auction Money, Too. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low Aug. 15, .72 Inches rain 78 August 16 85 63 62 August 17 88 68 August 18 93 68 August 19 84 54 August 20 76 47 August, 21, .01 inch-rs rain 84 55 ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white $.67H 2 yellow 66 2 mixed No. 3 Milling Oats 45% Medium weight. 200-300 6.30-6.40 Heavy butchers 6.25 Packing Sows. 300-350 5.40 Packing Soks. 350-450 5.30 Packing Sows. 450-500 5.00-5.20 Lelght weight, 140 4.00-455 ,ight weight, 160 4.50-5.00 Light weight. 180 5.00-5.50 CatHe Fat cows $1.75-$2.25 Calves 3.00-4.50 Yearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat Steers 5.00-6.00 Stock Steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 1.75-2.25 Canners and cutters ........ 1 .00-1.50 Hens, over 4% Ibs .................. lie Hens, under *H Ibs. . ............... »c Ducks ........................... 4-6C Turkeys ............ 1 .............. 8a Springs over 4 Ibs ................. 15c Springs under 4 Ibs ................ 13c Leghorns ......................... 13C Efts No. 1 ............................ 18te No. 2 .............................. 13c Cream .26c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Albert E. Gould. Curlew, and Fl- delis Arndorfer. Algeria, Aug. 13. Earne Schmidt, Ottosen, and Ids Banwart, West Bend, Aug. 14. Delmer Flschfcr, Lone Rdlck and Grace Peterson, Armstrong, Aug. 20; John Voss, jr., LuVerno, and Yulah Murray, Llvermore, Aug. 16; Oscar Pearson. Sac City, and Ruby Wirk- meister, Sac City, Aug. 17; Pedro Garcio and Isabel Nervega, Ledyard, Aug. 20; Alden Wilcox and Hannah Bosnia, Lakota, Aug. 21: Art Runksmeier. Ledyard and Clarice Bsrhow, Elmore, Aug. 23. Child Health Clinic Sponsored by PTA A new project sponsored by the Kossuth County Parents and Teachers Association is a Children's Health Improvement clinic. This will be held on Tuesday, September 4th at the Red Cross room in the Bryant school build, ing in Algona. Four competent doctors and two nurses will be In charge of the examinations which will be held from 9 to 11:30 a. m. and from 1 to 5 p. m. W AH mothers having problems concerning the health of children from 1 to 5 years are urged to write to Mrs. V. H. Coffin of Algona for an appointment for a full examination. The first fifty applicants will be considered. A similar clinic will be held next year when this same group of children will have the privilege of again being examined and awards will then be given to those showing the greatest improvement during the year. Mahendra Foils Card Experts at Rotary Mahendra, the mystic who is appearing at the Call Theatre all this week, showed the Rotary boys a thing or three last Monday noon. If some of the members ever thought they were handy with cards, Mahendra showed them what a master mind can do. He had some trouble working with Gail Towne, but had better success with Joe Mlsbach and Luke Llnnan. It seems that Gail had some mental Interference which was not present in the other subjects. Algona Babies Will Get Movie Chance As an outstanding part of the motion pictures of Algona which Pacific Film Productions are at present producing here for the Call Theater, arrangements have been made to give "Young Algona" an opportunity to make its screen debut. The producers together with the cooperation of the Algona Creamery, will conduct a baby contest for babies up to six years of age. Ten prizes will be awarded to the babies selected for their screen adaptability, so many from each class represented. There will be no entry charge or expense of any kind connected with the contest and all that is necessary to enter a child In this contest Is to send the name, address and phone number to the Algona Creamery before August 31, 1934. Motion pictures will be taken of all babies entered in the contest and thev will be shown In the completed production of Algona at the Call Theater in the near future with a special matinee devoted to the awarding of prizes to the babies. Watch for the announcement of this production in this paper. Old Timers Visit Scenes of Their Youth W. W. Sparks and his brtther, R. Sparks of Vancouver, Washington, were In Algona teat Thursday, spending the day here enroute td Chicago where they planned rto attend the World's Fair. Die two gentleman are sons of Edwin Sparks, a civil war veteran and comrade of the late D. A. Haggard, who homesteaded in Irvington township in the early day, and also IK Id a homestead for Mr. Haggard who remained In the service a little longer. W. W. Sparks is an attorney In Vancouver, and despite his eighty-one years, enjoys a fine office practice. His brother, who is seven years younger, is in the hardware business there. W. W. was a young man of about twenty when the family left this county, but could retail many of the old settlers and as he came through the Irvington territory could recognize many of the old places by their contour. John Geisheclrer now owns the old Sparks farm which is across from the L. A. Johnson farm. The Sparks brothers are relatives of John Wheelock and enjoyed a short visit with him while here. RCA Pulls Ahead The R. C. A. and Skelly kat-ball teams are still holding their own in the race for the city soft-ball title which Is rearing a close. The standing: R. C. A.-Vlctor 22 8 .733 Skelly Oilers 21 11 .656 Hub Clothiers 17 15 .531 Phillips "661' 1417 .46* Shell n 20 .354 Coast-to-Coast 9 23 .281 Former Algona Man Dies in California Frank E. Wtllson, 69, brother of Lester Wlllson of this city, died Thursday, August 16th, at his home In Lomlta, California. Mr. Willson, although he had never been In the best of health during his life and was In extremely poor health of late, was bedfast only a few days before his demise. Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 20, at Lomlta and. burial was made there also. Frank E. Wlllson was the youngest of four children of the now deceased, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Wlllson, and was born February 8, 1865, in Algona. He grew to manhood in Algona and later married Kate Riley of this ctty. They remained here for a number of years an dthen, because of Mr. Willson's poor health, they moved to I/o- mita, California, where they resided for ten years. After that period they returned to Algona, but after a two years stay, Mr. Wlllson's poor health became more pronounced and, selline their property in Algona, they again moved to Lomlta, California, where they lived for about seven years. Mr. Willson's death Is mourned bv his wife and four sons, Clifford and the twins of Lomlta and Elmer of Worthlngton, Minnesota. Two other sons, Charles and Earl, died shortly after the World War. One brother, Lester of Algona, and a sister, Mrs. Cora Stapleton of Lake Park, also survive. Another sister, Mrs. Walter Ward, is deceased. Classified Ads For Bent FOR RENT—3 rooms for light housekeeping, unfurnished.—Mrs. K. Bradley, 120 W. College St. 34' USED BUIOK CAR FOR SALE—One of the best used Bulck cars in Algona Is offered for sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car Is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone Interested should Inquire at the Upper Des Molnes office. FOR RENT—160 acre farm, 2 miles south St. Joe. Terms cash.—Mrs. Anna Vought, Belmond, IOTB. 33-34* MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route of 800 families. Write immediately.— Rawleigh Co. Dept. IAH-191-SA, Freeport, Illinois.' 32-34* For Sale FOR SALE—A full line of new John Deere implements, also repairs.—H. E. Johnson, Titonka. 31* FOR SALE—Oak fence poets.—F. S. Thompson. 34* We have a limited amount of money ;o loan on Algona property at 5 per cent.—C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 32-tf TRAVELERS VACATION ACCI- dent Tickets., Phone 55. Algona Insurance Agency. 32-tf FOR SALE—Dutchess apples. Reasonable.—Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. Save that cream with a Vegm separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—BJustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTED—Men to represent the Boyt Harness Company in exclusive farmer territory. Must have <*r. mite P. A. Boyt, 212 Court Ave., Des Molnes, Iowa. 33-3* SALESMAN WANTED—Man wanted for Rawleigh route of 800 families. Write Immediately.—Rawleigh Co., Dept. IAH-191-SA, Freeport, HI. 34* Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscha Laundry. Phone 967. 49-tf Our Interest rate to borrowers was reduced to six per cent on July 1st. If you are planning on building, a home, remodeling or want to reflnanba your present mortgage avail yourself at the low Interest rate plan of the- Algona Buldlng & Loan Ass'n. 22-tt R. M. MINKEL, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Swea City, Iowa Phone 2 Lost-Found POUND—Alpha Tau Omega fraternity pin. Owner Identify and pay advertising costs at this office. 32 LOST—-Green Shaeffer fountain pen. Finder please return to this office for reward. 32 •••••••I ARE YOU KNIT MINDED? If you are, you won't be satisfied with anything but a Miriam Gross or a Bradley. We are showing the new models in these two famous lines of knitted garments and you'll be delighted with the graceful, flattering styles which feature this Fall's displays. Come In and look over the new Fall knitted-wear—if we havent it in stock, we can order your slae and color. Prices range from 914.75 upwards but moderate enough to fit any purse. «!«— "Nt * V I // •ji Prices Like These Were Low Last Year . . ... Today They Are Phenominal! Made possible by our membership in one of the largest buying organizations in the United States. In the face of rising prices of labor, wool, cotton, leather, rubber, and all raw materials, we offer you low prices to convince you of our ability and desire to serve you most economically. HOW'S THIS? Men's and Vom g Men's Suits Your choice of several patterns dark and light, smooth hard finish worsted, ->-ply motor iwjst.s.' Finely tailored, silk cclenese lined, all new patterns $14.50 READ THIS Every one new and desirable Brand New Suits From high grade makers. Hand tailored and litters de luxe. Suits for your build whatever it is. Kxtra tall. stoat, or short, as well as regular. Single and double breasted. Kvery sixe. Your choice $19*50 STUDENTS SUITS For the young man Full of style and pep. Sixes :!2 to ,'JG. The best values that this country can offer— $12.50 $14.50 $17.50 All the new colors, snappy models—fine worsteds, silk celen- ese lining. DE LUXE SUITS By Hart Schaffner & Marx for men who like the best. Silk mixed worsteds, single and ;lonble breasted. Newest shades of grey, blue and brown. To lit every build of man in every sixe. TWO OKEAT RANGES $22.50 and $24.50 You save $5.00 to $7.50 A New Deal on Footwear Values That You'll gj Recognize High in Quality Low in Price 3.95 Young men's black oxfords, 1 QO sixes (i lo 11 1 '* 7 ° (jenuiiie Freeman calf.-kin oxfords, hi-grade Young Men's oxfords, O QC black or brown From these extra good values you can see what this store is doing. lioy's Scout School Slioe.- of the better quality Boy's Oxfords, full leather soles, all sizes IA 1 l.* Boy's Suits Bachma.rv Ceissimere Suits. Made with either long or ihon panus. new Fali piUt*nii, ages 6 to 16 Your choice $5.85 Boys' SHIRTS For dress or school 49c and 69c Tom Sawyer Dress Shirts 79c Boys' Wool Sweaters Pullover style some with zipper— 79c to $1.45 Boys' Caps New fall; pattern**, celenese lined. 59c - 79c The fatuous Woolwear Suiu, lor boy.v High gnidt.' itiid nuUuiiuUy reconized $8.90 Boys' School Pants Ages (> to 18 $1.19 to $1.95 Young Men's Trousers 22 in. bottom. Lomr wearing fabrics. $2.95 Sweaters A great group of colorful wool tweaters for dress or school, sizes 24 to 30 89c Pullover or coat styles Hats Take New ies Colors Are New, Too! $095 Other Hats $1.95 Boys' Overalls 49c and 69c It Is a Recognized Fact That This Store Carries The Finest Selection of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Shoes In This Part of Iowa The Hub Clothiers The Leading Clothing Store of North Iowa LEUTHOLD WILLIAMS^REYNOLDS Dependable Good* Honest Prices Friendly Service

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