The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 GUY GROVE KILLED AT MORRIS, MINN Former Algona Business Man Met Death While Walking on Highway Auto Driver Failed to See Him in Time to Avoid The Fatal Accident Guy Grove, a former well known Algona business man, met death lust week when struck by a car on the highway a short distance out of Morris. Minnesota, where he had been living for many years. It seems that lie had been appointed by the highway commission to check up on traffic. He had spent the afternoon counting the passing cars and was supposed to be on duty until ten o'clock In the evening. About 7:30 he was hit by a passing car who failed to see him while he was walking on the highway. The body wns horribly mangled, his head being almost torn from the body. The young men driving the car were not blamed. Twenty-five years npo Guy was a well known Algona business man, he and his father, the la!e Marlon Grove being engaged in the grocery business He was born In Mason City, March 31 1869. When he was 14 years old the family moved to Algona and Guy graduated from the Algona hlerh school. He soent a few years teaching school and then joined his father in the grocery business. He later moved to Morris and went. Into the real estate business with his uncle. John Grove. Leaving Morris he lived for a time in Breckenridge and Crookston, then was employed by the Great Northern Railway in locating town sites along Its THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER August 22 77 August 23, .29 inches rain 70 I Peter Neu, Whfttembre, chevrofe sedan. August E5 75 August 26 78 August 28 73 54 48 39 46 43 41 route. Fifteen year ago Mr. Grove w-rnt east and lived for a lime, later returning to Morris. Again he enaged in the real estate business with his uncle, John. He was married to Mahalle Wheeler white living In Algona. They ha done daghter, who with Mr». Grove are now dead. His uncle, John Grove, still lives in Morris. He was also a well known Algona business man of the early days. The Morris Tribune gave Guy a fine obituary, saying that he was one of the town's most respected citizens, with hosts of friends. Two "Hot Shot" Race Horses to Fair Here Two of the best harness horses in this section of the country, Peter Royal and Josle Worthy, were entered for the Kossuth county fair races here this week. They both won prize mon"y at the state fair at Des Moines. Their entry, with other speedy entries, promises the equal or «ven a greater r'low than last year, when thousands applauded the excellent running. ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.7 2 yellow 7 2 mixed 69% Oats 46% Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $7.40 Heavy butchers 7.30 Packing Sows, 300-350 6.60 Backing Sows, 350-450 6.50 'acklng Sows. 450-SOz 6.00-6.35 .Ifrht weight, 140 5.00-5.10 Jght weigli*-, 160 6.00 ,ight weight, 180 6.50-6.75 Cattle 'at cows 2.00-2.50 Calves 4.00-3.00 'earlings 4.00-5.00 'at ste-srs 5.00-6.50 tock Steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 1.75-2.25 anners and cutterr, 1.60-1.75 Poultry iens, over 4Vk Ibs 12c eas, under 4% Ibs lOc Ducks 4-5c urkeys 8c prlng.s over 4 Ibs 10c Springs under 4 Ibs 14c Leghorns 13c Egps No. 1 19c No. 2 13c Albert H. Stock, Algona, Ford tudor J. J. Hanson, Armstrong, Dodg truck. Marten Asche, Lakota, Chevrolet se dan. Edmund Anliker, West Bend, Chevrolet coach. Ruth Stiles, Algona, Ford tudor; T H. Berge, Bode, Chevrolet coach; Ted Trunnelle, LuVerne, Plymouth sedan H. D. Hutchlns, Algona, Ford tudor; Rudolf Larson, Wesley, Chevrolet sedan; G. F. Deim, Swea Citv, Chevrolet conch; Joe Kramer, Algona, Chevrolet sedan; L. A. Vipond, Algona, Chevrolet coach; Peter Schmitt, Bode, Ford tu- dor; Fred Eden, Wesley, Chevrolet coach; Mrs. J. P. Kirsch, Ottosen, Ford coupe; Dr. W. D. Andrews, Algona, Ford tudor; Ray Norton, Algona, Ford sedan. Harold Kuchenreuther, Algona, Ford tudor; Henry Bros., Algona, Plymouth coupe; Geo. Genglcr, Whlttemore, Ford coach; J. H. Schutter, Bancroft, Dcdge coach; George Cink, Wesley, Chevrolet coach; Algona Grain Co., Algona, Hupmobile coach; Ralph I. 3eebee, Lakota, Ford coach; Florlan Hellman. Bancroft, Ford tudor; Ernest Funke, Corwith, Chevrolet coach. Cream 26c NEW CARS LICENSED Guy M. Butts, Wesley, Chevrolet coach. T. A. Trauger, Algona, Ford tudor. Donald Gardner, Algona, Ford tudor. Democratic Rally at Okoboji Sept. 1 The democrats are preparing for a great political rally at Terrace Park on ;he south shore of Lake Okoboji, next Saturday, September 1. Democratic eaders in the twenty-seven counties of northwest Iowa are cooperating in the affair. In addition to the usual speak- ng program they emphasize free boat- ng and bathing, free barbecue; band concerts and dancing. Governor Herring will fly from Des Moines and ive the principal addrss. He will be! accompanied by Senator Louis Murphy md other notables. Other speakers will be Congressman Gillette of Cherokee, Joe Meyers of Carroll, congressional candidate in the 8th district and most of the democratic state officers who are candidates for reelection. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh of Algona will be present and Invites the eighth district folks to join In the great ral- Fair Week Special Beer 24 Bottle Case Phil Kohlhaas at Chevrolet Meeting Phil Kohlhaas was in Cedar Rapids Thursday attending a meeting of automobile dealers who had sold more than seventy-five new Chevrolet^ since January 1, 1934. The Kohlhaas Garage I lias sold 93 new Chevrolets since the beginning of the year. Arrangements were made fcr the dealers to play golf, fish and swim, and in the afternoon there was a business meeting and program. The Des Moirxs and Davenport Chevrolet zones were included In this me. ting. Joe Bloom' MARIRAGE LICENSES ISSUED Herman Vaudt. Livermore and Marha Lund, LuVerne, August 23. Melford Anderson, Cowrie, and Madelyn Eckholm. Swea City, Aug. 24. Albert Costello, Albert Lea, and Barbara Cruz. Albert Lea, Aug. 24. Tabe Loats, Lakota and Hulva San- MRS. C.E. CAMPBELL DIES AT SENECA FUNERAL TUESDAY Survived by Husband, Two Children, Many Friends and Relatives den. Lakota, Aug. 25. Hugh Lewis, Lakota, and Carmen Sanden, Lakota, Aug. 25. Kenneth Robinson, Wesley and Mae Linde. Caledonia. Minn., Aug. 25. Alvin Zinnel, West Bend, and Esther Schumacher, Whlttemore, Aug. 27. W. M. Giddings, Wesley, and Marie Harris, Sexton, Aug. 28. Goeders Returns From Des Moines D. H. Goeders was in Des Moines Saturday to attend a meeting of Iowa sportsmen, and also a meeting of the Iowa Fish and Game commission of which he is a member. Among those present for the meeting were representatives from the Will H. Dilg and Izaak Walton Leagues and rom nine different county conservation organizations, the five members of the State Fish and Game Commission, I. T. Bode, state game warden, field staff. and members of the Business Notes Join Kent Motor Gay Fo.=mack and Fred Schallin are two new men who have be: n added to the Kent Motor lorci- here, rhu for- inor is a new .'alr.smnn, and the latter is taking the place of Rob. a Bell in the repair department. I'ittii-ufn, American, cr, 15rirk Hi- Swiss CHEESE ib. Mild American CHEESE I/'inghora, Fri^li colored A >« Daisy, Ib ........ 'OC fatal-ell, pkg. 15c lo»a State Brand Cry. BUT1EK 30c Ib. Van ( umpy or ( amu- bcli'i J-ork A; BEANS Hi ox. call 5c Anu Fa^e BEANS T. S., J>ULU or cans Ib. FISH SUGAR -.Vlfdium Halibut C. i II. «'an« 1W) Ib. Bet-t Sugar, 1UO Ib. bay $5.33 i 7 ut. 15c 20c $5.46 TUNA FISH RAJAH 29c Salad i ill I/ IVULIN White How* tvaporaled CDC A r\ DKt/MJ '•'• 1 e jar IDC Quart jar 25c j UiU U O*.Q loaf 'C 43c Kig Twist COCOMALT ; YUKON r str 4 :: t r;29c WAX PAPER !£2 15c CAMAY —'8 1J.;11 Mason t'ruit Jai^, <|( ll^il' (J.-li'/Ill, d .iVD i; .ui i.i \L • 5. < i j>, •>, !.n- t . sulk-, fin- kes 34c d l)i posit . do* 77c bs. lu ATLANTIC &PAC Algona witnessed an Influx of new, attractive signs last week, when the Smoke Shop, Silver Grey Cafe, Barry's Recreation Parlor and Steele Clothing store all received signs, most of which have been erected. The majority of them are neon signs, and are certainly a big improvement to the looks of State street after dark. Congratulations to the stores. V • W C. L. Bliley, manager of the Graham department store, attended a convention of the managers of all the Graham stores in the state at Ottumwa last week. • • • Ralph Mledke, new manager of The Algona Hotel, announces that the din- Ing room at the hotel has been newly redecorated, and that patrons are welcome to u>e this attractive meeting place every evening except ^unday. Beer and lunches will be served, if desired, and radio or phonograph music Is provided. Last Saturday evening ft small orchestra was on hand and fur- niscd music which was much enjoyed by a large crowd. • • • The Pratt Electric Co. was recently award-;-d the contract for wiring the new .school building which Is being built at Cylinder. The new school is beinn built east of the present school which will be razed. J. C. Mayer of Clarion ha.s the general contract for 'he building which is b ing constructed fit a cn.s; of $35,000. Construction of the building will begin '-cpU-rnber 1. The Prat;, Electric Co. recently won the contract (or wiring the addition to tlic H<-nwick school. Mrs. Jessie Aman has recently tx>- COIIK- a member of the force at the Elk Cleaners. Mrs. Aman ha.s (lone dri-xs making f;:r a nurnix'r of years and Is well qualified to do alteration work. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Modern, well locau-d 2- fctory home. Small down payment. Balance t-asy tiTin.s.—McDonald & Co. 35 FOR SALE—Redwood Stave Silas, large- Mock, prompt d livery, priced to .sell.—W. M. Pt.-d.-lty, 609 Nortli Delaware. Mason City, Iowa. 35 We have a limited amount of money to loan on Algona property at 5 per cent.—C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 32-tf TRAVELERS VACATION ACCI- dcnt Tickets. Phon* 55. Algona Insurance Agency. 32-tf Siive that cream with a Ve»a sep- iratnr Users bit'ccst booiters. Medium size $77.50 Terms--Bjtiitrom's, A!- 'ontt. Iowa 3-tf Wanted WORK WANTED-By expert dairyman and all around farm-r. Married; no children. Good rc-fcruets. Address (i. L. c-o ihis oHice. 35' Can spare a few loads of ear corn. Wtiit<-- at Plum Creek farm. >tllow at Union Twp. farm. — H A. Bi;t/h 35* Miscellaneous MONEY TO LOAN 1 have a few Ihou-and dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on ap- pnjvrri lann loan cr Mrs. Cora C'ampbsll, wife of Chas. Edward Campbell of Seneca died on Sunday, August 26, after an illness of ibout two weeks with heart trouble. She had bren in failing health for several mortis. Cora Bell Dutton was born December 23. 1868, at Alden, Illinois. She was one of the twelv? children of Mr. nnd Mre. J. R. Dutton. She was mar- icd in her home town of Alden to Charles Edward Campbell on November 23, 1887, and four years later mov- 'd with her husband to a farm near rvington. After leaving the Irvlngton arm the Campbells came to Algona, here they conducted a restaurant on he site of the present Anderson Meat nd grocery store, and later in what is ow the Fisher cafe. They lived in ,lgona about ten or fifteen years and hen moved to Ledyard where they ontlnued in the restaurant business for several years. A few years ago j they moved to a house on a farm near their son, Ralph, at Seneca where they have retired, raising a few chickens and taking life leisurely while their son farmed the land. Mrs. Campbell was a devoted wife and mother, and took an active part in the activities of the Methodist church of which she was a lifelong member. She is survived by her husband, a daughter, Gertrude, now Mrs. Leon Worden of Ledyard, a son Ralph. Seven grandchildren survive as well as seven brothers and sisters who are as follows: Wesley A. and L. R. Dutton of Algona, Mrs. Kate Bamsey of Lake Park, Mrs. C. D. Montgomery of Forest City, Oscar Dutton of Los Angles, Mrs. Nancy Dltsworth of Lucedale, Mississippi, O. J. Dutton of Broken Bow, Nebraska. Two sisters, Mrs. J. B. Worden and Mrs. Mary Adams, and two brothers, Arthur of Aleona and Chester of Omaha, preceed^d her In death. She is also survived by a niece, Mrs. Clifton Engelby. ne? Vanetta Adams. who had made her home with the Campbells since the death of her mother wh?n she was four years old. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at eleven o'clock from the Laird <fe McCullou?h funeral home and Interment was made at Irvlneton. The Rev. F. C. Johnson, pastor of the Methodist churches at Ledyard and Lakota. officiated. Pall bearers were D. A. Capenter. H*nry Dyer. D. B. Mayer, Everett Hartshorn, J. T. Welfare, and F.d Halverson. nil nciehbors and friends nf T>rivnrd. About sixty-five relatives nttended beside n lar^e gathering of friends and old n"1"hbors. Corn Entries At State Fair Cany Off All Honors Kossuth county grows corn, and good corn. No out-of-the-eounty residents can dispute the fact, after looking over the winners in the corn division for the northern district at the state fair. E. R. Mawdsley was flrsst in the ten white ear class, Alfred Schenck was second, Fred Geig«l was third, and Thorson Bros, of Swea City were fourth in the same class. In ten ears of yellow, northern district, Fred Geigel of Irvlnpton was first, E. R. Mawdsley was second, Arthur Look, of LuVerne was third, Aaron Steussy of LuVerne was fourth, and Thorson Bros, were sixth. Societies and Clubs Case Dismissed A charge of assault an* battery, jrought by John Campbell against Gottlieb Kracht, was dismissed by Jus- ice White last week. The affair was settled to the satisfaction of all concerned. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Services by Rev. M. A. Sjostrand at 11 'clock. nvimbrr<; by a oii ! > r t«t compowrt of Vlrell Barrett. Mrs. TTow- Rev. nnd Mrs. P. C *ri\ Mnvnf. pianist. with Mrs. Glen Yahnke Rotarians, Wives At Twilight Supper Rotarians and their Anns enjoyed a twilight open air supper at Call State Park, Monday evening. With the assistance of Paul Wille, caretaker, Frank Mathes served up a dinner of fried chicken, baked beans and potato chips, topped off with watermelon. The wives reported thcm,sclves as very thankful to thus cosily dispose of one meal, and another similar outing is scheduled scon. Buy Style and | Comfort 8 <>. with g Bradley and Miriam § Gross Knitted.Wear 8 Chrischilles&Herbst 1 -M F. Haggard. •C II -H:.' propi-rtv. 34-tf . Wiush 'll'Il, '>fi7 4 if) bon'(,-'A I.TS ct-ni on Jiiiy i.' "o bii:'-.:!.'. O O O O O Algona and Kossuth County wo- § men are becoming kni'. -mind- td wliLii they realize the beauty and comfort Uiut come* from wearing Ule BEST. °»ly in such nationally adver- ^ and favorably known lin s Q of knit-wear ai Bradley and Miriam Gro-.s. are you able to FEEL t: U ialiifacti-.n. You wiii find well evjujpped leading s:ore. g lo take care of ft voiii- kri!t-h,..,U jor fall. Cum - pj.te u--.ortiiiL-nu ar.- l:fie-- -lull -U'j and toior ranges at wioder- $14.75 upwards v.v.v.'v.v-:-vv'>i: BEAUTIFUL ... but nof dumb at this price! • This Phoenix chiffon Blocking fairly shrieks "valueI" It has famous features you can't get in any other how. Ask for Phoenus, No. 721. Abo •ervice sheens. dirischillesiS Herbs t Guests at Cottage- Mrs. Flora Norton and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained a group of their friends Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday of this week at the former's cottage at Lave Okoboji in honor of Mrs. A. E. Schemel who is moving Friday to Hampton. Quests present were Mrs. Schemel, Mrs. B. H. Miller, Mrs. M. J. Strett and Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Mary E. Foster Hostess — Mary Elizabeth Foster entertained on Tussday evening at a bridge party for Joyce Hartman of Janesvllte, Wisconsin and Rosanne Walton of Newton. Sixteen girto were present ard playwt bridge. High pnae went to Virginia. Schnepf and guest prizes were given to Joyce and Rosanne. Afternoon C. C. Party— Those who won prizes at the afternoon Country Club party Wednesday of last week were: Mrs. Heran Hau- bery, first prize for contract; Mrs. Don Smith, second; Mrs. Al Oranzow, first prize for auction. Mrs. Boettcher, cut. prize. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. You're telling me. I know Pharis Tires are official tested—and hold the A. A. A. Stock Tire Speed Record— Buy them at any of the 100 Gamble Stores and Agencies in 15 N. W. States. —30x3%, $3.65. 34 Ifo-M- Tst' CHATTER-TWhT It is so light weight—so easy to sew—and the unique twist in the yarn is so interesting. It seems Just made for the wool tailleur which is "fashion's darling" this season. Try a two- pi eoe costume in Bronze green with Malacca brown. Or plan a simple one-piecd tti Bcottde green with "calico" collar and cuffs. Come to our wool section to see the complete color display and for further suggestions on costume types. 1.95yd. ONE OF THE FAMOUS FlELORIDGE WOOLS Chatter-Twist is one of the famous Ficldridgc Wools—that is a guarantee of quality. All wool, of course, and 54 inches wide. Chrischfllas & Herbst The Two Finer Beers! You'll Lik Deer an Hauenstein' FOR SALE AT THE FOLLOW ING LOCAL PLACES ALGONA The Algona Hotel Smoke Shop Prank Vera Welltndorf-Merrltt Ruisell Cook BUBT Schaaf Billiard Hall BANCROFT P. J. Welp LAKOTA Princess Cafe Card, n Cafe Wm. 8. Schroeder SWF.A CITY Schiltz Cafe Cafe L£OYARD Petfrrson Drug Lenin Cafe ARMSTRONG Otis Scr.reckenhorst Neuman &. Hi^gins Hanson's Hotel FENTON Zumach Billiard Scholies Billiard Art Krause LONE ROCK Sharp Billiard Macumber Cafe SENECA CXcil Bailey CORWITH Ennrxson's Cafe GALBRAITH Bert Sarikey IKVIN'GTON Prankl Brw. LOTTS CREEK Nick Gengler WHITTEMORE Booney's Cafe Martin Eischeid Kate's Cafe Arnold Zumach CYLINDER Kleagle & Namer T1TONKA May field'a Cafe BODE Kensett & Rossing WESLEY Guy's Cafe Reno's Cafe Hei'dt-rson Billiard Waifs Cafe WEST BEND SchafTer Cafe Marito Billiard New Ulm Distributing Co. f* V V f MA • •« VM^ C. W. Morck, Algona

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