The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27,1934 DEMOCRATS HOLD BIG MEETING AT ALGONA C .C. 128 Active Workers and •Precinct Oommittemen and Women Attend Bancroft Democrats to Meet Staurday Night, Oct. 6 With Many Speakers Swea City: Despite the heavy down pour of rain 128 democrats attended the Kossuth meeting of the Democratic Central Committee held at. the Algona Country Club on Thursday night. Evterv precinct was represented and organization plans were perfected. The meeting was called to order bv the county chairman, Luke E. Llnnan and Ida E. Lftrson. county chairwoman. Speakers Included C. B. Murtaeh of Des Moines and Mrs. Marv Kelleher of Fort Dodge. Arrangements have been made for 20 pre-election meetings- County officials and prominent speakers -will attend the meetings. The local precinct commltteeman and comtnltteewoman will arfanee for the meetin/. place and advertise tbe meetings. The Bancroft meeting will be under the supervision of Jim Sheridan and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs. The meeting will be held Saturday night. Oct. 6. with Candidate for Congress, Joe Meyer of Carroll and Judge Melghan of Dubuorue as speakers. A free dance at. the Legion hall will provide entertainment. All democrats and friends are Invited. The Young Democrats will hold a rally and dtnce at the Country Club at Algona Monday even- Ing, Oct. 1. Swea City Students Swea City students who are attending college are Miss Bernice Smith, wfto Is returning to Mornlnsrslde for her second year: Clarence Roba to Augustana, Rock Island; Thomas Han- Ifan and Sidney Hutchison to Estherville: Miss Alpha Simmons to Western Union. LeMars: Jane Carlson to Gffismtfl: Everett Bexell to Wahoo. Nebraska: Rov Bravender. Jr.. and D. W. Fults, Jr.. to Iowa University, Darwin Hanlfan to Augustana College. Sioux Falls: Merlin D. Larson to Ames for his second year In the Forestry department of Iowa State College: June Larson. Dorothy Christensen and Edgar Price to Coe College. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I*In. Mrs. Clyde Sanborn Is convalescing from an appendicitis operation at the hospital at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender and Cash Paid for Milkweed Pods Save Money on Window Glass Close-out on Paints Hi Gloss, qts. 53c OutsHe White, gal. 1.39 Johnson's Hardware daughter Catherine are standing the week at the world's fair. Cletus Dorr. *mol*v*d bv Walter Kackler, had an operation for anoend- clth at the Algona hospital the past week. > ' Leonard Appelqulst is in Sherburne, Minn., working in a grocery store. Mrs. Joe Ooff and children of Hawkeye are visiting the former's mother. Mrs. Henry Hoeck. Rotem Mmrtflon. con of Mr. and Mrs. Chtrles Knutson of the City Bakery, had the misfortune to fall and fracture his hip. while riding a bicycle. He was taken to the Blue Earth hospital for treatment. The M. E. Ladles Aid society will meet Wednesday. Sept. 26. Hostesses are Mesdamea Fred Sevlar. Elmer Smith and Harold Evans. Devotions will be lead by Mrs. 8. V. Carter. The program leader is Mrs. Harry Berggren. Ronald Nagel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nagel. was married to Miss Vivian Senengelter of Dows. Sept. 16. Mr. Nagel is employed bv the Hewitt Rendering Co. and they will live in Ohe Verne Lunn apartments. Their many friends extend congratulations. Officers for the Swea City band wer« elected for the coming year at the band meeting held on Tuesday evening. Officers elected were: orsldent. Renn Kluger: vice president. Mae Peterson: secretary and treasurer. Arlotte Skromme. with Jeannette Wilson, assistant; Dorothy Arnold, librarian, assistants. Mavis Larson and Luella Sen- enfelter. Two hundred friends entoved a free dance at the Legion hall on Thursday nieht given bv Merlin Anderson of Grant township who was recently married to Miss Bernice O'Connor of Im- eene. Minn. The couple were married August 25 at Sioux Falls. South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson wffl make their (home in Grant township. The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sly Anderson, prominent, residents of Grant townshiD. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Erlckson an- ounce tine marriage of their daugh- er Emma Erickson to Fred Fahv of Timber Lake. South Dakota. Sept. 18. t Los Angeles. Ctllfornia. where the iride has spent the past summer. The ewlyweds came here for a few davs' Islt with the bride's parents. Mr. and itrs. Lars Ertckson. then thev will continue their trip to visit the world's air. They will make their home at Timber Lake. South Dakota. Father-Son Banquet LuVerne: The Father and Son ban- uet was held In the community hall Monday evening. A program was glv- n. Rev. Cook of Renwlck was the speaker Df thte evening. The banquet was prepared and served by the Methodist Ladles' Aid society. St. Benedict Girl Has Birthday Party St. Benedict: A group of friends celebrated Lucille Eisenbarth's 19th birthday at the shelter house at the Call State Park at Algona Sunday. Those present were Jdtm and Kathryn Delm, Floyd Bode. Eldon Shaw. Howard and Andrew Miller. Agnes and George Ferstl. Jr.. Luella Roethler. Svlvester Anxtorter. Ella Marv and Raymond Jennett, Frances Dunlap. Josephine and Rosalia Elsenbarth, Gladys and Bernice Jensen and Jerome Elsen- barth. After a big picnic dinner, games were Dlaved and a good time was had bv all. Miss Christine Elsenbarth of near Burt spent. Sunday wltti relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clnk and Charles Etnanuel spent Saturday at Mason City. Mrs. Al Rosenmver. Mrs. Anna Huschka and Mrs. Frances Miller were shoppers at Algona last. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Proehllch of Cedar Rapids spent, the week end with the former's brother. Dan Froehlich and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pefler and family of Des Moines scent the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wltte. Miss Marie Amdorfer returned home Saturday morning from Chicago where shn spent the past, two weeks visiting friends and attending the world's fair Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Amdorfer and daughter. Theresa Ann and the former's sister. Alfreda. snent Sundav at Blue Earth at the lAIftert Oarman home. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs tnd their daughter, Marcla Ann, Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth spent Sundav and Monday at Halbur with relatives. LONE ROCK HIGH PICKS OFFICERS IN 4 CLASSES Activities for School Year Get Under way Following Elections Lone Rock: The local hl«h school aMM elected the following officers 'or the coming Tear: the freshmen of- Icera are—Jesse Blanchard. Jr.. oresdent: Clarence Kraft, vice president: secretary-treasurer, Chester Strrroson: onihomore president. Bernard RelUv: vice president, Mervin Ackenson: secretary-treasurer. Bhlrlev Marlow: the unlor oresldcnt, Jack Tibbetfe: vice president, Raymond Nelson: secretary. Beryl Sanders: terasurer. Myrtle OrIck: play committee. Raymoina Neldon, Viola Bierle and Beryl Sanders. The senior officers are: president. Colla one Hbllioter: vice vresldent. Tom lone; secretary-treasurer, Margaret Night Football Algona Independents Oladstone. Glee club officers were aim fchosen: t)i«ldent. Bvfelva Btentedt: sedretatr-irealnirer. Manaret Householder. Baseball Schedule The following bMebttll (fames are scheduled for the hitrh school team: October 2. with Fenton here: Oct. 5. with Burt on the local diamond. Vint P. T. A. Meetinc Tra» Parent-Teachers Association held their first meeting in the school auditorium Thursday evening. A very interesting talk was riven by Bunt. V. V. Frye and after the regular business meeting a social time was entered bv all. Henry Knlas Dies Henry Knisa died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Conrad Rahn. Thursday. His daughter. Dorothy Kniss. who is a teecher M. Cedar Rapids, came Friday and accompanied by Marv Kniss and Hllo Rahn took the remains to Lanark, Illinois, ills home, for burial. The Mother's club will meet at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hoflus next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J .Cotton went to Des Moines Monday to attend a hatch- erymen's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Heidenwlth of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Wegener home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Whalen of Dol- Ilver visited at. the B. M. Jensen and H. H. Mallow homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blerstedt were Sunday dinner guest* at the oarental C. E. Sigsbee home east, of Burt. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oodden. stepped on a piece of glass on Sunday and cut an artery In his foot. Pearl Ranna of New York City came Thursday being called here by the sudden death of her father. George Hanna. A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Qulnn last Wednesday and-has since been named Cletua Robert. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson and children drove to Granada. Minn., on Sunday to visit at the RaloTi Hefler home. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and son. W. J. and wife were Sunday dinner guests at the H. EL Morgan home in Algona. Conrad Rahn was taken to the hospital at Algona last Wednesday. Reports were Monday that he was critically 111. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Droessler and Mr. Smith of Bancroft were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. E. M. Hawks. Mrs. Fred Miller and children of Spring Valley. HI. have been visiting her parents, the H. A. Wieners, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder were Sunday dinner guests at. the home of their daughter. Mrs. Ralph Riedel in Fen ton. Marietta christensen. R> N.. who has been working in the hospital at Bsther- ville. came home Saturday. She will go back Wednesday. Mr. and Mw. Chris Shaser and son. Albert and family drove to PWmghar Sunday to visit Mrs. Chet Johnson, an old friend of the Shaser family. Leona Bierstedt had the misfortune to mash her third finger on her left hand Sunday in tbe garage door. A doctor's care was reoulred to dress it. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchird of Irvlngton and Mr*. Vernon Stehle of Washington, D. C.. were Sunday dinner este at the A. D. Newbrough home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schult* of Fort Dodge were callers at the home of his brotlher. Fredrick Schultz and also attended the funeral of George Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Oalvta Householder. Frank and Everett Householder trucked two loads of hay to Zell. South Dakota, Monday. They will bring back cattle. Mrs. J. Moun and two children, and her father. Ed Kerr and Emus Kerr of Plnestone. Minn., arrived at the Jack Qulnn home Sunday for • visit. Mrs. Moun is Mrs. Quinn's sister. Dorothy Macnmber of Fort Dofls* spent the week end at <the home of her parents, the Frank Ma cumbers. Dorothy is stenograoher for the In- national Harvester Company at Fort Dodge. Air Show Promise* Thrills on Sunday Aviation's latest waentif* developments—radio flying and antoglro flights —were expected to feature the all-star annual Algona Air show here Sunday, Sept. 30. with a thrilling program of airplane races, stunts, acrobatic flying and a 6,000 foot parachute Jump. The show, sponsored by the Iowa Air show company of Des Moines, will take place three miles southwfest of the county farm. The most modern of aviation developments, radio flying, will be presented during the show by a plane and pilot-radio equipped receiving Instructions by remote control from the announcer on the field. The announcer will direct the pilot through its flight, telling him when to turn, bank, land, take off and so forth. The directions will also be broadcast to the spectators on the field. V8. Sanborn ATHLETIC FIELD 7:30 P. M. Sunday, Sept. 30 Give the Boys your Support! Come out to the Game. See former High School, College Stars in Action. BIG TRADE New Low Tire Prices ! 4.40—tt $/,39 Exch. Price r/ PUB TRADE4N AliOWIM»CBIWYOUROU>T«B "Two Tires for the Price of One* at CtonM** he* herafcM te greatest sale* and the groatoet tarings the* beadrode of anda of tire bay en in tbe H1<ldtsjMn«4 hawe ever seen. NOW ... Another fliaanHr ltoe Sale bveafta any of tha past and posribly greater in values, bocaawe labor i These sate pricesMatN* Mt*e biajber *an our We know that in many eaass, the hunmas of a r g*eat deal, and we we doing oar utmost to keep tfces wfcfafci ft* Tbase tircs are th« saana HRST QUAUTT PHAR1S TERB8 that haw always sold. We call your attention especially to the eatremely low prices on Pharis 6 ply tires. Compare these prises with those of other 6 pa/ tbes, and see the savings for yourself. And when it comes to our new Crest Tire, there is no bettor first Hoe tire at any price. During this sale there is a special price on Crest "tive and tube." We are ready for this sale with approximately 76,000 tires of aM types and Maes, hi the 1000 Gamble Outlets. Many more carloads are on tbe way. However, these sale prices are so ridiculous that we can't be sure how long our stocks will hold out. If we should run short of your size ... make a smaM down payment on the tire and we'll secure it for you at these sale prices. Old tires are worth money at Gamble's. Prices shown aw exchange prices. 4 PLY PLUS BREAKERS I 6 PLY PLUS BREAKERS 4.40-ti Each. Price 4 PLY LONGDRIVE 30x3 Exch. Price 4.60—21 Eich. Price 4.40—21 6.00—W Exch. Price $359 4.80—11 Eieh-Prkw B.S&—U Ewh.Prk« 4.75—19 Bach. MM 0.16—21 Bxcfa. Mc« 4 $ 4.40—M Bach. MM B.«6—IB Ewt. Prie» 4JO-41 BMH.MM Bach. PiiM 4;W—M $C95 .MM tjOfr-M Sg55 Etch. Price 4.76—M $/.« PNAMS 4 -•*** oo/««:;'.::::::::*tu 4JM/S1 «.•* Ml/** ••«» 4.TC/M ».«.. MO/1* 1.10 LM/fti «.!« f.OO/Sl «.U 1.00/U *.M I.U/IT Ma i-M/lt «M i.u.ao (9K l.ll/Jl TJB I.M/1T ».« I.M/1« T.M t M/iV T M tM/ta'.'.'.'..'...'.'....'... t.OO 1* tM «.!» C PLY TOMES *JTi . » ~- . ' • «"7 tM/ll 10*f TRUCK TIRE PRICES CUT CREST "TIRE AND TUBE" SALE PRICE! October Trade-In Sale prices bring new savings on Crest aud G & S Truck Tires. Trade-in your old tires and and be reiuiy for fall and winter trucking. CREST TRUCK TIRES Tuc & Tub* Extb. Fiico Tire & Tube Eich. Piicc 3C: ' 5,17.85 32x6 10 Ply $29.96 3!*xd 3 Ply 23.00 6.00x20 14.16 G*S Truck Tim Wit Exchange Prico Ml* -10 Hi> Eicli. Price Plus Allowance for Your Old Tiro* Take advantage of these sale prices! Trade in your old tires on Nev Creit Tires and Tube*. T jcas*r AMICES Phu t Hi .HIM l in liiilBi «10 11 .. 471 1» «.7« U... TIRE AND TUBE <• V I, Hu. I VI, Vf,m Brukut Brukm I.M/H I.IC I» YOU CAN'T BUY A BETTER NUCT UNC TIB* iff AM/ FUME- /.'I Baeb. MM Bud Barnard, Mgr. tir Algona, Iowa. FRIENDLY STORES'- - -. OWNED BY EMPLOYEES

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