The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona Iowa, November 8, 1934 PROWLER ESCAPES AFTER BANCROFT GARAGEPLUNDER Saturday Night Thief Makes Getaway Despite All Night Vigil Bancroft: Saturday evening around eleven o'clock a light was seen In the Deltering Oarage. Upon investigation It was discovered ft prowler had gained entrance through a window In the rear of the garage and was helping himself to gasoline out of one of the used cars. Watch was kept during part of the night but the prowler did not return. J. H. Sheridan nas been on the sick list since last Tuesday and confined to his bed for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe are the proud parents of a baby boy born last Tuesday. This is their first child. Francis White, coach In the public school, was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens Suit- day. Margaret Deltering Is working at the A. H. Poth home during th« time Mrs Foth is employed in the Kennedy department store. Russell Saunders motored to Minneapolis Saturday for a visit over the week end with friends and to attend the football game. The Legion Auxiliary sponsored an election card party Tuesday evening In the Foresters hall. A radio was Installed go the returns could be heard. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. TJnderkofler, and daughter, Joyce drove to Bslmond last Friday to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. TJnder- kofler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rfccker and daughters, Leona and Mrs. O. Sartor and daughter of Buffalo Oenter were dinner guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp and Mrs. Joe Welp, ST., motored to Marshalltown Saturday to visit friends and look over a farm which Mrs. Joe We'.p, ST., has there. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker and daughter, Coltista were dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foth, last Tuesday, the occasion being Mrs. Foth's birthday. Miss Marguerite Welp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker entertained at a dinner at her home Sunday. Five of her friends enjoyed the delightful feast and later the party went skating. Those attending were: Betty Sheridan, Marine Guide. Mildred Ddterlng, Monica Baker and Inez Hood. IN YOUR CLOSET Take another look in TOOT clothes closet and ferret onrt the suits and coats you long ago discarded. Send them to m to be cleaned and repaired—and well re- tarn ifnem looking (%nart and new. Moderate prices m an work. Hats Cleaned and deblocked ri V CLEANERS & ELIV TAILORS KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS Loots Smtth and Edward Alton. FWH Repfweatatives (By E. C. ADen) Edwin Johnson, with nfe anfetaat, Mr. Alt, are always Ion the Job at the former Titus filling station. They hand*) the Phillips "68" Inte | of products. The other day I stopped In at the William Ethertngton farm northeast of 'Algona; Wm. wfea busy getting the shredder ready for operation. A little farther up the line I foand Walter Klamp busy fixing up the car. No doubt he was doing a good job of it. Out In the same neighborhood, Walter Btelch was getting out the corn picker, in preparation for business. No doubt the corn will fly now. The other day I stoned In at t George Orunsehi place about six miles northeast of LuVerne. It happened to be a rainy day, so I found George about the place. George has not picked any corn himself as he had the misfortune to fan off of * load of hay a short tune ago and bruised hi* shoulder. George thinks, however, he will soon be ready for business again. Oart Albright turn taring 9 the ear the other day when I came along. Carl lives out northeast of Algona. I found Howard Seeley over at Ms brother. Claude's place the other day. They have a nice flock of sheep over there which looked like they were in pretty good shape. No doubt they will make nice mutton some of these days. Harry Men-lain, northwest of O«r- with was busy putting cobs in the shed the day I was was there. Harry said when his barn burned a short time ago, it burned a lot of his feed also. BUFFALO CENTER GIRL WEDS SWEA CITY MAN AT ELMORE CEREMONY Phone 33» We Deliver <&>X3XXXQ3XOX8XOZC^^ Think It Over Something that has never happened before In my 50 years of selling shoes and will never happen again as long as you live. Men's $6.00 and »7-00 oxfords at 13.98. All new up-to- date shoes. Not a pair worth leas than $6*0. Best standard makes. Seventy pairs of Bostonians, the very latest toes in calf and kangaroo leathern. We are closing them out—every pair must be sold In the next ten days. You sure can not pasa up these wonderful new oxfords at $3 &3. We are also putting In this jack pot at the same price our City Club line of $6.00 oxfords and the Edgerton oxfords made by Nunn Bush. A choice of any of these splendid oxfords at $3.98. I put them at this ridiculous low price so as to clean them up in the next ten days. We have all tlaes and on widths B, C. and D, all made on combination last and many with arch supports. If you liv-e to be a hundred, until every hair of your head turns to a wax candle to light you to Olory you will never see such quality oxfords sold for $356 again. It Is the chance of a lifetime. Anticipate your wants. A pair of these shoes at $3 98 Is a good investment, even if you do not need them right now. $200 to $3.00 is quite a saving on a pair of shoes. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN .Q.Qoead&^<xtt St. Joe Bride is Guest at Grocery Shower on Sunday St. Joe: A miscellaneous and grocery shower was given Sunday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Leonard Weydert In the St. Joseph parish hall. The afternoon was pent in playing cards and socially. Bridge was played at five tab- lea with high prize being awarded to Olga Gales. Five hundred was played at 14 tables with Mrs. John B. Reding receiving high prize. Door prla? was awarded to Mrs. William Reding. Mrs Weydert received many b:autlfui ant useful gifts. Lunch was served to about one hundred. Mrs. Clarence Kramer and son. Bernard, came home Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital. Matt Klrsch, Lawrence Klrsch and Raymond Thilges were Fort Dodge callers Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen from n:ar Bradgate were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Hammer home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eiscben and family were callers at the Clarence Kramer home Sunday afternoon. Loretta Gales, R. N., from Fort Dodge spent from Tuesday until Thursday with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and their daughter. Annette, were dinner guests Thursday at the Matt Becker home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and son, Robert and Mrs. George Thul spent the past week with relatives In St. Cloud, Minn. Viola Mueller from Whittemore. Agnes Levtck and Theresa Miller of Algona were week end visitors at the John Frlderes home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thilgea and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Flsch and family w*g* Sunday darner gnsats at use John Fridenv INJUN* Ernest Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital the latter part of last week. The Friendly club will meet this week Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the Peter Thilges home with Agatha Thilges and Mrs. John Prlderes hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert from New Rlchland, Mum., attended the Klepper-Weydert wedding last week and visited with relatives and friends in this vicinity. On Sunday evening, Nov. llth. the first card party for the fall season will be held in the St. Joseph's parish hall. Mrs. Anton Becker Is chairman of the serving committee. Gilbert, Leander, Henry and Ronald Arnold, all from Eden Valley. Minn., returned to their homes Saturday morning after several weeks' corn husk- Ing in this vldtnlty. Motot (farmers have finished picking. The corn averaged between 45 and 50 bushels to the acre In this vicinity. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer was baptized Bernard Phillip Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mrs. James Becker who acted a* substitute for Mrs. Nick Phillips and Joseph Kramer. Hus is the ftrU grand child for the Joseph Kramers and th« t*cond grandchild for the Nick Phillips. KOHSUTH COUNTY'S ONLY INVALID AMBULANCE We Are in The Service of Others LAIRD Funeral LOUGH Directors Algoua, Iowa Marie Halvorsen, "Bud" 01 son, Joined in Wedlock; to Live at Swea Swea City: A wedding of unusual interest to this community waa solemnized Oct. 20 at Ebnore, Minn., when Miss Frances Marie Halvorsen of Buffalo Osnter and "Bud" Ofcon of Swea City were united in marriage by Rev O. M. Veride of the Evangelical church of Eunore. Attendants were Miss Hazel Olson of 1/eRoy, Minn., and Wolter Ovens of Swea City. The bride Is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Halvorsen of Buffalo Center and the groom is a .son of Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson, prominent farmers of Harrison township. He is a carpenter by trade. Hosts of friends extend congratulations to this worthy and popular young couple. They will live in Swea City. Grant School PUy The Grant consolidated school announces the play, "Black Gold," to be presented by the junior class at the Grant school, Nov. 15-16. Birthday! Celebrated Three birthdays were celebrated in a Joint celebration Sunday at the Bernard Peterson home. Honor guests were: Mrs. C. F. Peterson and grandson, Virgil Peterson and Mrs. Clyde Butterfleld of Chicago. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Olson. Mr. and Mrs. 'Bud" Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ber- geuon. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Peterson of Fairmont and Alfred Soderberg of Mllaca. Minnesota. CRESCO NEWS The annual Firemen's banquet was staged on Friday night. The menu featured a turkey dta&er, prepared by rrrrf n r nmtfimttt^ A con was born recently to Mr. and ttrs. Harold Cbriatmsen. Mrs. Swan Nelson was honor guest it a birthday party Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clare Erickson is at the Unl- ersity hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Jack Welfare of Ledyard won the 10.00 at Bank Nlte at the Iowa Theare on Thursday night. Dr. Jack Sanftner, veterinarian who was kicked by a horse last week, is ecovering and to able to be down town. Phyllis Bea Johnston, 8. celebrated her birthday recently by inviting n several young friends for the afternoon. The Immanuel Lutheran church members of the AW society served a "Ludefisk" t upper on Tuesday evening, Nov. 6. The business men had a supper at he Legion hall on Thursday night. Fhe banquet was served by the M. E. Aid. Forty-five business men attend- d. Mrs. w. O. Nelson entertained * group of relatives on Tuesday afternoon honoring her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Butterfield of Chicago, who is vuitlng here. H. T. Winter left Sunday for Waterloo, where he accepted a position as manager of a drug store. Herb Is one of our ftruist citizens and a host of friends wish him success. The Junior class will present "The Came Back," a royalty play, at Bert Saldow run a splinter in his leg Thursday while nicking corn. Henry FrontMcfa WM fn Ftort Dcdffe the past week where be bad a minor operation performed on on? of his 1 eyes. Mr. and Mm. Wayne gr miner of Mason city spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert FtaneH. Ruth Balgenum who ta teaching at Sheffield, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 3. Balgeman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sotton, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Button of Estherrffie visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swansea on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and their daughter, Mary Joyce visited Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and family at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Weir and family of Algona and Loretta OToole of Dewttt visited Mr. and Mm. M. C. Weir Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley of Rlng- sted, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Irvlngton visited at the Frank Seeley home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Dahlhauser and son, Marvin of Pioneer visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Dahlhauser, and Marvin remained for a week's visit. Rosella Higgins. B. N., of St. Joseph's hospital in Sioux City arrived home Friday afternoon for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hlg- gtns. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goerger and family of MadJson, Mum., vteited from Saturday until Monday at the Tom Weir home. Mr. Ooerger is a brother of Mrs. Weir. Marguerite Fleming, student at Mt. St. Mary's Junior college at Cherokee, spent a few days the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt of LuVerne returned home Monday after attending the funeral of Henry Wolfe at Waterloo, m. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dahlhauser and family returned to Tullah. Louisiana. Monday after attending the funeral of Peter W Dahlhauser. Helen Dahlhatw- er accompanied then bome. Mecdame* P. J. Foxsen, Cooner AH*, and Leo Watdschmidt of Whittemor*. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Erbert of Algona visited Mr. and Mr*. Roy Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wawon at Dw Mota- es Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan wet* caned to Ayrshire Tuesday morning by the serious Dines* of bto brother, wm Meehan. Mr. Meehan <Hed Wednesday morning, tearing bis widow and four daughters. Mrs. Frank Seeley returned to her home Friday from the Ed Burke bome where she has been since she broke her hip a little over a month ago. Gertrude Farren, R, N., is caring for her. as the is stm in bed. Chan Daflejr, who has spent the past week at the M. C. Weir home, went to Bellerne Saturday, and icturued on Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Dailey and son. Jimmy. They wffl make then- home In Algona where Mr. Dailey to employed. C. S. Johnson Hvy.HuridngmittBl.49 Children' knit mitt« lOc Sheet Blankets 79c Screen door paper __ lOc Bed Bldg. Paper, 500ft. 96c Boiling Beef, 3 Ibs. .25c Fresh Side Pork —12c Fresh Sausage, 2 Ibs. 25c Read tfae Want Ads. SHIRTS You 11 never find a bet- •ttr ahirt value. Accurately tailored, White broadcloths, aljso figured paterns 129*1% Come in and select yours Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values Don't Worry About Winter Driving Get This Tune-up and Forget Jack Frost Here's what well do to your car for only ... Brake adjustment Change Oil, 5 qte. Differential Grease Transmission Grease Charge Battery Clean Starter Clean fuel pomp Clean gas line Clean sediment bulb Flush radiator Clean Generator (brushes inc* Check all radiator hoses Adjust distributor Focus head lights Clean head lamp reflectors Clean, adjust spark plugs Tighten Manifold Tighten engine head bolts Tighten heater and oil motor Check camber front wheels Check caster front wheels lane up front wheels Used Car Bargains 1933 Ford tndor 1932 Ford tudor 1928 Ford tudor 1929 Ford truck 1*33 Cher. 1929 Ford sedan 1928 Pontiac coupe 1927 Cher, sedan Kent Motor Co AI/iON'A'S- FORD DEALEK Genuine Savings Mr. and Mrs Homf-r Lmdr.orst vis- I'^'li-Os I; lU-lur.d, Robert. Le- ited relative* a'. High Lake -t.--i:'f. t>:- ' •"•'•"• T(j! >y Kaluzne. Irene RoUe, Lu- iore lait jtillc Evana E^une Arnold, DojOj,_hy Mi-;. Warn.-,) of Srx.-no.-r and Mr*. I I^V". v ,' v1 ^ Nagtl Stow Berg. K.'-iU .SaUn *t-re «.iu,to .Sunday atj 1Uro!d A M>l«l"l->t and Alice Bafcr. ii. H. '!'. ii..lji:i l.'jii.i.-. 1 *" tlie Sever^on obituary l<t,t wtfrk .. , ,, rcr.ce of Minneapolis, Toin and Rob- Mr, and Mrs. V. L. Miller, a* ay or, a| t . u of Fom>t Clty Alhl . n of Ka->son ir.ont.hi viiit w.rre at tt».- AoiiiW^rtn , M inn , and three sistc-rs, Julia at r.orr ; «:, I'i/v. >•:! ho.'cu at. Lu^r.j. I-,wu. Sunday jMrs. Mary Peterion, of Kor^:.'i ar..- via'.in-,; c., tern Iowa and |<it C ity. Mrs. Erne&t Lar^,n of Ea>t .-jjutiifcttoUjrii MinneMi;* tuu wtr k. .chain, and his aged mother at Port!, They are expected home next week. City. I Mr. and Mrs. George Steil, Sr, of St. ! Hem-diet and Mr. and Mr.-. Gtorg." : oti il, Jr.. or Alyoiia and Mr. and MM. | George HaJile were gui»U Sunday at I mi; (;. W. Brazee home, it being the ion. Kaymorid'b lourlh birlli- City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chnslen&en, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Cart Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. H. Myhr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bravender, Mr». Ida E. Larson, Mrs. Lois WinttT, Mlse Ami^nfj^ Looft. Mus Olive Lewis, and Mr and Mrs. August Helen on sUitendtd the Joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting day. Mr. and Mis. Martin B. Scott of Cliftbii, Colorado, and daughter, Mr*. Martin IXilan and htuband of Puli- bade, Colorado, came Thursday U> vU>-jut the Country Club at Algona Tues- it the WUdm faniUlts>. Mrs. Scott is doy night, another tiiter of Lewis WUdm and the iuU.- Ldward WUdm. ! Mrs. Will Covell and Mrs. L. E. Potter ol Algona rx'turned ITiday even- iag. They atteiidtd the funeral of Dr. H. E. Potter at clifioii. Kansas, and visited Mr. and Mn>. D. K. Alderman and luilt- daughter of Omalm, euro uu.- both ways. Mr&. Alderman wa- LuKUa Potter, nkce of U»e ladles. They aloo vuited at the home of Dwight Pot- k-r in Kutchuiauti, Mrs. Potter. at-phew of Mr. aad Mra. John Weruier.-A-n oj HuU-hn-i w'.-rt- gutioU Sunday at the L. Ji. MuukL-y l.uiiii;. Mi'. Wci'u.';r^.u b a brother of Uxa. Muclu-y. Announcement In response to the many inquirlea for cl&i>p envelopes we are glad to announce that we have Just received a shipment of two *!«*, 6"x9" and 9"xl2". These envelope* are guiumeci and have A met*i cla^p for dealing or mak- Lng a temporary The Algona Upper De» Moine* Another Large Shipment of Living Room Suites $ 49 50 'SS 50 '69 50 50 $ 79 Foster's Furniture Co aaQCHXHMMtt-taaatiaff^^ oaaet

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