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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1,1934 LDVERNE CLUBS MEETINI AT Two New Babies Also rive In South Kos- snth Town Good Will CIA LuVerne: The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Nielson. The afternoon was scent in iruessirj* games. The first game, four ladies. Mrs. I. H. Chaoman. Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh. Mrs. H. L. Merer and Mrs. Paul Blumer tied for first arize. Mrs. Elmer Emerv won the orize for the second game. The entertaining committee was Mrs. H. J. Ristau and Mrs. Robert Hardconf. New Member Initiated The J. J. club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. L. J. Eustace. Mrs. Paul Philllns was inttatexl intothe club as a member. Mrs. Lawrence MUkr and Mrs. Arthur Haneebnan wetre in charge of the social hour. Mrs. Atfen Hostess The Tried and True class of the Methodist Sunday School were entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. C. Allen. A business meeting was held and officers were elected: Mrs. Nellie Gregory. ureskJent: Mrs. A. L. Spoomr. secretary: Mrs Knary. assistant secretary: Mrs. Allen flower committee. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey nlaved several violin selections and Mrs. Harold Phillies two crane solos A very lovely lunch was served at the closp bv t,fea hostess. flund*v at the borne of hto grandmother. Mrs. Harrv Von Draska. Mrs. v. E. SterAenaon visited a few dare last week at tb* home of her daughter, ly. Mrs. Will Davis and fami- Mr. and Mra Mavnard flroonwr were Dts Moines vlsttors Friday and Saturday. Mavnard attended an Insurance meeting. Arthur Robinson of Salt Lake City visited from Wednesday until Friday at IBM home of his sister. Mrs. Harrv Llchtv and family. Miss Hiktagarde Lothringer who has been visiting relatives in Davenport and Chicago, la visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs. Chas. Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. George Thomoson and son. Kenneth of Ledvard. Mr. and Mrs Fav Thompson and family of Eagle Grove soent Sunday at the Peter Thompson home. Richard Franklin, the young son o! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. was baotized at the Lutheran church on Sunday morning. Snonsors were Carmen Hesse and Gerald Steussv. Mrs. Vem Toobev is en loving a visit with her Otter. Mrs. Mike Striding is suffering with a snrained ankle. A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Htoti. A baby bov was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Schott. Adam Marty received a broken thumb last week while working. Lester Matoon snrained his ankle last week while claying in the school yard. Mr. and Mrs. Emi] Anderson visited over Sunday with relatives in Strut- lord. Mra. Emll Anderson entertained the Larkln club at her home Tuesday afternoon. MX, arid Mrs. Harold Stanley of Boone visited last week at the Grant Jennings home. Mrs. I. H. Cbaoman entertained at a birthday dinner in honor of her slater of Goldfleld. Mra. Emll Mever entertained three Sundaz School classes at her horn* on Saturday afternoon. Mra. Barbara Blumer and daughter. Luella visited at the E. E. Alger home in Newton over Sunday. Jack Hlgglna of Fort Dodge soent 75 Brave Terrors of Hallowe'en Party At Cresco Funfest Seventy-five enioved Saturday evening at the L. A. Wiloox home at a Mothers and Daughters club nartv. assisted bv the Glen Straver and Fred Zeigters of Algona and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Parks. The nexf. meeting of the club is to b3 November 7th with Mrs. D. S. WUd- In when all nast presidents are urged to be nresent as nhotos are to be taken. Former Resident Dies Mr. and Mrs. Verne Barker acctnn- nied bv Miss Minnie Barker and Mrs. Dora Fraser of Algona went Wednesday morning to the W. E. Olincer home at Owatonna. Minn., as did also Misses Mary and Ruth Fr&ser and Jack Fraser and Mrs. Rov Sarchett of Algona. They attended the funeral of Glen Olinger at Falrbault. Minn., that afteraftxm. Glen had a severe cold and uneumonla developed. He leaves beside his parents a wife and two children. The Olingers left here 17 years ago. The Wichtendahl Bros, have purchased a new corn busker. Mrs. W. V. Pool scent two davs of last week with friends in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were guests at the Ttieo. Goeders home in Algona. Thomas Metcalf returned Sunday after two weeks' visit with relatives at Dubuoue. Th* Otto Oooerman family of Cvl- inder were visitors Sunday at the G. W. Brazee home. Mrs. Paul Hum and Infant son. Wm. Paul. Jr.. came home last week Tuesday evening. Llovd Martin has been suffering a week from infection in a tooth w.nlch was later removed. Another son. Duan* Aldln was bom recently to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moeler on the Hoooe farm. Ready for Winter Men's Overcoats A brand new shipment just received last week. And such values! One of the biggest we have ever offered. Rich, warm all wool fabrics. Half belt, double breasted, big Y> O( '^ e ^ 8 - Come in and select yours while the size and color range is complete 14.50 and 16.50 Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values yaax83^<&00>a&&£>&^^ Surp as, , , in the Recorder's Office For the First Time The 1*. L. Outton family were visit- on Sunday at the Graver Reed home north of Whlttemore. Tb*> Wlchtendahta and C. A. Potter nlavwi for a wedding dance at West Bend Tuesday night. Oct. 30. Mrs. D. D. Strartca and Infant son. James LeRov came home Friday evening from the Kossuth hosnital. Mr. and Mrs. M. Worster visited at Bradc&te Sunday, led Mr. and Mrs. Algona. They accomtoan- M. E. Worster of Social NeW* of W«*t Bend Folks Chalncs Ritevs of Livermore called on the William HUev home Wednesday. Mrs. Berths Johnston and daughter. Jean, were business visitors In Al- Frid Mrs. L. A. Potter has been suffer- Intr since Friday with what Droved to be an abcess under the lid of on* eve and infection in both. lr. A.-Potter received a message last Wednesday mornina that hid uncle. Dr. Horace Potter had oassed awav at his home In Clifton. Kansas. Mr. tuid Mrs. C. E. Oardrrr and son of Bancroft soent Saturday nleht with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter and Sun- av with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Morsran entertained Thursday evenlne at dlnrter in honor of the 84th birthday of the former's grandmother. Mrs. Jane Clark of Altrona. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan and Mrs. Carrie Lewis, of Pasadena, California. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mrs. Jane Clark of Alsrona. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr and children scent th* oast week at Oilman visiting relatives. Harold Anderegg and Alex Bonn- atetter attended a oolitlcal meeting in Titonka Saturday evening. Twenty Years News (Taken from the files of the Upper Des Moines-Republican for the week of November 4, 1914) Eight car loads of potatoes had been shipped from Titonka recently. The ce paid the Titonka farmers was from 25 to 35c. A nine and one half pound boy had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Oran OTCeefe the previous Monday. This was their first born. At last the Upper Des Moines-Repub- llcan building had Just been completely finished. This issue of the paper lad contained a picture of the whole building and a complete description and new equipment of the new quarters was made. The construction of two big sewers in the Second and Third wards of Algona was to be under way immediately. The cost of the improvement was ;o be assessed to the adjoining property owners whether they took taps or not. This was thought to be the fairest way. The city council had Just passed an ordinance prohibiting coasting on the pavement and sidewalks of the city. The children had been coasting with their wagons and toy automobiles and tiad caused numerous accidents. Old people had been run into and car drivers had complained also. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hendryx were proprietors of the Algona Bakery twenty years ago and were making Improvements on that building. A 82- Toot addition in the rear was nearlng completion and the front was to be orn. down and the whole building made of brick, stone and hollow tile. Item which ran in the U. D. M.-R. in 1914: Fred Corey and family have not gotten away yet for their trip to the south. Fred had to stay until after election, not wishing to lose his vote, which is the proper spirit for all good citizens. The Careys will go to Browns- Ill e, Texas, and expect to make the entire trip by automobile. They will undoubtedly spend a pleasant winter unless the Mexicans take a pot shot t them across the Rio Grand*. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor The followng services Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. . English service at 10:30 a. m. The Reformation festival will be cele- irated Sunday. The "Open Bible Thank Ottering" will be taken up at the church doors. Let us use the envelopes which were distributed for this purpose. The Ladles' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred WUlrctt. gona May, Mr. and Mrs. Pioneer Monday M. Mantz drove to to see their daugh- and Mrs. F. W. Whitford re- home Friday from Pierson. ter. Mrs. Duane Wilcox and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muttson are th« croud oarents of a son born Monday morning. This, is their first child. Mrs. H. M. Wants and Miss Constance Baird returned Sunday from Jefferson, where they soent the oast week. Mrs. Katie Mahan of Gfaettlnger returned to her home Wednesday afar a visit at the Howard Munson home. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bliss took their daughter, Marv Bernadlne to Mason Citv Monday to have her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. August Traub drove to Lester. Iowa. Sunday to attend thei funeral of Mrs. Traub's brother. Phillie Banwart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Altenbenr of near Rolfe moved their household goods here Monday, and will live in town during the winter. Rev. turned ---- — ------ ----- ... where they soent » few days visiting Mrs. Whitford's father. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Garthwaite of Charles Cttv soent the oast week here visiting his sisters. Mrs. George Emerson and Mrs. W. E. White. Thp L. S. L. club met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Olson Oct. 23. The club observed Columbus Dav and the nro- grarn was followed out alone that order. Mrs. Merwin Harmon and son, of Lone Rock soent the cast week at the Wm. Rilev home. Mr. Harmon came Sunday and they returned home with ilm. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Havne and their daughter. Margaret and son. Llovd. re- urned Friday from Chicago where they scent a week visiting Mrs. Havne's brother. Mrs. Dave Watson returned the oast week from a trio to Vancouver. Washington, and Los Angeles, where she scent the oast three months visit- ng her daughters. Lvman Rilev returned Sunday evening from Missouri, with a load of cedar costs, which he bought near Bethany. Mr. Bowtn came home with him for a visit with his sister. Mrs. P. J. Dewltt. Mrs. Justlna Hoskin and son. Blaine accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoskin of Rodman to Carroll Sundav and scent the dav with Mrs. Hoskins' daughter. Geraldine. who is attenjd- ng school there. Theodore and Clifford Munson drove to Mason Citv Sundav afternoon. Theodore has secured a lob at Meadow. Minnesota, and went there Monday to begin his work. Clifford returned home Monday. J. P. Beck and son of Solrit Lake came Sundav tor a visit at the O. W. Dubbs home. Mrs. Fleck and daughter. who have been visiting in the Dubbs home, returned to their homes with Mr. Fleck Sundav. tonsils removed. The? returned on Thursday. Oeone.Mdtttton. and Alice and Wilfred Barwow and Robert Curtis left on Sundav for Little HOT Lake in northern Minn. A WOOD of friend* withered Wednesday evenina at the Sacred Heart nanonace hdnortnc Miss Josenhine Wlndemeyer. Mrs. J. J. Rink suffered ft stroke on Thursday afternoon, and has since been in a very critical condition. She is under a doctor 1 * care. Mesdames Oeo. Thompson. Asa Warner. L. C. Strand. Glenn Yahnke, 0. A. tinkfo. A. CarDenteh and Joe Mavne attended, the urtt maetlnit of the Women's Foreign Missionary society at DoUlver last Wednesday. Edward Campbell left last Wednesday evening for Hebron. Illinois, where he expects to visit his brother. Frank Campbell, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Worden took him to AUrpna from where he took the train, . Cleo. Jean and Marlorie Gable scent Sunday at th* Victor Leland home in Swea City. Their mother. Mrs. Martha Gable, who had been there tlw oast week. convalescine from an aouen- dicttls oDeration. returned home with them. The M. E. Indies' Aid met in the church basement last Thursday afternoon. Thp contest for new members closed with 8 new members as follows: Mesdames V. A. Barrett. Roy Link. D. A. Link. H. M. Granner. Prank Kelly. Wm. Green. Wm. Wlemer and Edward Knoner. The lunlor nlay. "Hero by the Hour" Which was oresmted Friday nleht in the hteh school auditorium, was a success in every way and was enioved bv a lante audience. SoectoJ numbers be- Efficient Repair Work For thirty-one years we've had a reputation for doing better work at fairer prices. That reputation we guard and will continue to guard. It la your guarantee of dependable service. When you need plumbing service Just call us for Immediate attention. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop Plamblnr, Heating, Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodg* Phone 83 43-tf WWVWWWVWWtfWWWSJW WINTER Old Man Winter Will soon Wow hto lev breath aver north- em Iowa, bur boys and girts must have warm, clothes and good sturdy shoes and overshoes. Wet feet will undermine a child's health arid vitality quicker than anything else in the world. First, It is a cold and thett maybe a run of pneumonia. Even from a financial standpoint it is cheaper to buy shots and stocking than doctor children and have t*«n miss school. We nave a store fun of bargains lor the boy» atod girls. We like to wait on them and watch their hawov faces when ringed out. for all children life, new shoes. Bach wear Neville's store is becoming more and more a child's store. We try to buy and have on hand what the kiddles like and never try to sell then something they do not want. Prices on children's oxfords and straps 59c to$l.fl8. all dees from 8 to 2. High shoes from 98e to 81.98. Just received another 15 dozen Patricia Pat ties for the ladies. These are the new patterns that Just came out. When H cornea to fit, comfort and up to tt»e mlnuSe akykn Patricia Pat has it all over any other line we ever handled. We are still selling them at $2.98 although every big town around us is getting $4.50 and $5.00 for them. Other dress ties and pomps from 91.00 to $2.48 a, pair. A full line of men's, women's and children' Ball Band overshoe*. It pays to trade at Neville's. You bet the best and pay the least. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN ^» »ww ONE CENT SALE «wto« tlw yw» _"••*•» w«V •»«*•«• MMVM t& ff*m PWBW WMH wi$ wp*w IMt prtM. »M M M tl«M M HNh IMk Mt**m prim M *urb>« tMt O«» C««« LEDYABD NEWS Methodist Church J. II. Edge, D. D.. paotor The Ladies' Aid society meets Thursday for 1:15 luncheon with Mrs. McDougall's division serving. Sunday Services: Church School at 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship service at 10:45, sermon subject, "The IiveHi- cacy of Mechanism." Epworth League devotional meeting at 8:30 p. m. with Supt. Laing speaking on "Education' for Tomorrow." Evening worship service at 7:30 with sermon by the past- tor. Tfte regular monthly meeting of the church school board will be held at the church Monday, Nov. 5th. at 8:00 p. m. It is very much desired that every officer and teacher of the church school be present. Important matters pertaining to the year's work are to be considered. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske visited Sundav at Jackson, Minn. Lars Scarr in lured his back last Tuesday while scoonine beets. John Mouse! returned home after snendlnu a week in northern Minnesota. The Warner brothers of Penton are ciolne the painting on the new Bashara lomc. Rev. Bcese and familv of Lakota visited Friday at the Richard Zlelske home. The Leon WoWen carpenter crew moved to a loU at Titonka last Wednesday. Lillian Kllnkslek has been ill with the flu the nait week and unable to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Richardson of Alttona visited Thursday at the Harriet Matzner home. Wilson and Alethia Brack. Mar- lorie Matzner and Marv Jane Lewis visited friends in Ware Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mr and Mrs. Wm. Witmer were Aleoca callers last Wednesday evening. John Drew took his eon. Maurice to Ut'.s Moiiifca last Tuesdav to have his Swea City Herald— for the three quartern ending October 1 the toot received in the recorder'* ottce amovnted to t3.640.20. The office tapeiwe of UM nine raunUa a*nnmU« to tZ#M*l, leaving » mrptaa at $73749, the fint time to bfatory the office hit* uhown a Mirpla*. VSftrvOKtir, Mr. IKKjfcr Usfevtv tbe Harpliw will readi 11,000 by the firat of the year. AMofetber up to October 1, a taUU of 9.200 inrtnunent had been recorded, u*>Uter rax/rd. It in likely the uumber will reach 12,000 by JaJuury 1. Corn k*uw, foroJowWH and the like have contributed to the votofae. To latUault how UM; volume ha« iucreuied, op to October 1, the uw&er of UotrumeuU reuurded bad exceeded the entire >enr of 1928 by SOO, 1U29 by UK), I'JJO by 4M, 1931 by 737, 19% by 1,046 *ud 1933 by 600. May I respectfully solicit your support in my cam paign for reelection for a second term. I waa the tint, recorder to the Mtate to forw a ruling on tbe re- leaae of euro loon wa/iehome certificate* which made It po»- uibie to do so without a fee to the farmer. A real Hawing to you. J. J. Dooley Candidate for County Recorder Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Announcement In response to the many inquiries for clasp envelopes we are glad to announce that we have just received a shipment of two sizes, 6"xfl" and 8"xl2". These envelopes are gummed and have a metaj clasp for sealing or making a temporary fastening. The Algona Upper Des Moines We have always prided ourselves on having only the best coal from each field. We Are Now Determined That No One Will UNDERSELL Us. Denioeratie. Ticket i'hone : (.live u.s your order and rest assured that you are the possible price. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. These extra specials ONE HOUR ONLY IF THEY LAST . THAT LONG J£Pur«tett Glycerine and Roue Water] Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream Puretest Milk of Magnesia 2'-51 S;CherryBorkCoMflhSynip2'- 5 | Hwry wKlu nUom. «• rimu. THURSDAY 10 Puretest Castor OH \ Puretest Aspirin' fonfeef face powder N«w youth—n«w bvautjr when yon UM Jnt**L Frafrant, «oft, lone clinfinf. 5Oc «» 2-51 M««l«l»« Kit Bic uvtngi Bork «K pluur, Unttw, •muraduMM, (Permadge RAZOR BLADES . pluur, Unttw, wpirin, , ladoUw '•«« DOUtlC-CDOCO RAIOI Knrj \>l»t* cuaruiircd U |lv« you A rcftl i* Iff Jasmine Soap 2 ° 11 FRIDAY lOroll at rive ± Rexall Orderlies *!," Symbol Water Bottle lor .26 ?£f Klenzo Shaving Cream ! Analgesic Balm 2-36' £ Klenxo Cocoanut Oil Shampoo 5 J Linle Liver Pills Pdand Box O«t«« 4» Lax* CkateUtc* An *M*ll«it twerunMii •* e«nur> HIM 4tpp<4 PrMh MM) hucioui. SATURDAY 2TO 3 P.M. •1.00 Value <-9R c 35<v STAG BRUSHLESS SHAVING CREAM I Cold Tablets Special Klenzo Antiseptic lor *°f Mi 31 Tooth Paste Puretest Mineral Oil 1 f.r $lv PURETEST COD LIVER OIL ^ Vincent's Assorted Chocolates lot 49c. Mi 31 Jonteel Creams $1.00 ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION Agarex Hasol ^ Martel's Hair Oil •i^Vopore .01 ASPIRIN "><>• Quick*r rcbaf for cokU, n«urat]pk and other *ch«* Mid pain*. Pu/«U*t Atpirin docs not irnVutt th» ttomach or tf«pr«M tht heart. Choc. Bar 2 for 20c/ 49c 2 ">• 50 e 2Sc >,. TINCTURE IODINE 2««26c SOc, I EPSOM I SALT ElU-«rtAne<)h> rtou»i bilUr tut* ttit A REXILLANA COUCH SYRUP Bay Rum, SOc size 2 for 51 c American Petrofol, -_2 for 51 c Rexall Beef, Iron and Wine, $1.00 size ..2 for $1.01 Rexall Corn Solvent, 25c size, 2 for 26c Stag Bay Rum Shaving Cream, 2 for 26c Puretest Mercurochrome, 2% sol., 25c size Alco-rex Rubbing Alcohol, 16 oz. 2 for 26c" JONTEEL LIPSTICKS MU UllCliCH 2.«36c 26 L a ADHESIVE PLASTER Simply pr*f*a» thu ed and 36c at our tion during our FALL ONI CENT SALf and r«c«iv« , THREE 23c i»« fUBfS RfXALL MILK of MAGNESIA TOOTH PASTE 7S< valu* fot 26c Tina wuroi uto m ufnui iiro nma m *, 2k, lie .AODftUft SAVE WITH SAFETY JAMES THE EEXALL STOEE J

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