The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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The Algonft Upper Des Moinee, Algona, Iowa, May 19,1936 «ltY OHt , MftMtfMWl feAHt* M MQUlfttBIN ATUiOf wwhniMft 1 W*ttft m Z&*. NALCO ZEOLITE IN YOUR HOME i The NALCO Portable W»t«r f° ftener P»« you all the Soft Water you want—hot or cold— "'"'ft " tnminf a faucet. No chemicals. NoinstaTlati6rie*p«nse. Water softened the Nalco way is softer and purer thaft rain water. * SavesSo*p~S*vtsmrk Soft water assures deep, rich suds and saves soap. Cleans clothes quicker and whiter. Ideal for laundry, b«h or shampooing. See our demonstration now. V/AVtR SOFTENER & Spilles Flnt showing In this city off an Interesting comedy-drama, produced by Oldsmoblre under the supervision off Holtywood directors Educational feature picture on the vital problem of safety ( .. . . . showing what Otdsmoblle Is delng In the Interest* of -saf or - n»«f orlng • . 'BURTON HOLMES ETHIOPIA Tirvieiv • IN 1 1 wr STING . INFOKMATI vt ^0MISSIOM~fftII in the thowroomt of ALGONA AUTO MARJKET AVeit of Court House ?. . .. Wednesday, May 30, Afternoon and Evening Kfa^ NO W Is the Time to Get That Porch and Lawn Ready for Summer Use . . . Here Are the Values to Help Do It 6x9 Grass Rugs only $1.89 6x12, $2.78 Lawn Settees only $1.39 Here is the biggest value of all. A solid oak lawn chair with heavy canvas only 98c Dozens of other seasonable values at Richardson's Furniture Go. Where Furniture Sells For Less Air. and Mrs. 8. D. Wilson Mid daughter, Bemice, spent Saturday in Blue Earth visiting with relatives. Emma Anderson, Sire« City, was a guest from Monday until Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. D. L. Leffert. Mrs. A. L. Long returned Friday from New Hampton, concluding a visit slnceTuesday with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller drove to Charles City Wednesday and attended the funeral of the former's cousin, ftarl J. Waller. Donald Trauger, who Is attending Iowa State College at Ames, visited over the week end here with his mother, Mrs. Art Trauger. K. D. James, Inei Potter and Oeo. L. Free drove to Port Dodge Friday evening and attended a meeting of Rexall drug store employees. Dr. and Mrs. Julius Wlnkel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius and daughter Irene, attended Veishea at the Iowa State College, Ames, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Williams and daughters, Catherine and Mrs. William Wallace and husband, all of Mason City, were Sunday guests at the Chet Williams home. Margaret Kirbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kirbach, began work last week at the Kresensky shoe store. Mr. Kirbach is. the local express agent Imelda Dooley, deputy recorder, returned Monday evening from Des Molnes, where she had visited since Friday with her sister, Rita, who is attending CCCC business school. Mrs. Don Allen returned to her home in Davenport Sunday, concluding a visit here with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, and with her brother, A. E. Kresensky and family. Mr. and .Mrs. H. E. Hint returned Sunday evening to their home here attr spending the winter months visiting relatives in Hollywood, California, and Seattle and Yakima, Washington. Air. and Mrs. Joe Sinier and Mrs. Clarence Byvank, Osage. arrived on Saturday and visited until today (Tuesday) with the Kenneth Knud- scns. Mrs. Knudsen is a daughter of Mrs. Byvank. Bill Dailcy, son of Airs. Edylhe L. Dniley. will begin work nt the A. E. Kresensky shoe store the middle of the week, following the completion of his senior year in the local high school. Cora D. Miller returned Thursday from Des Moines where she had been since the previous Saturday attending the International Trade show and convention of cosmetol- r-Slata and hairdressers. Mrs. C. C. Bell, Falrfleld, and her daughetr, Mrs. Gerald Smuggs, Mount Pleasant, visited from Wednesday until Friday with their son and brother, Paul Bell, employed at Dutch's Super Service. The Jack HenMil« moved last week from the TurnbaugH apartments . to the Stewart house on North Minnesota street. Mr. Hensen Is manager of the meat department in the Council Oak Store. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stokes will leave Wednesday for Clear Lake, South Dakota, to attend the high school graduation exercises of their niece, Dorothy Hatlestad. They will return the following Sunday. Evelyn Toothman, local Northwestern Bell telephone operator, started her two weeks' vacation from her post Monday. Thelma Guy, another operator returned to her duties Monday, following a ten day vacation. E. R. Rising left Friday for Frankfort, Indiana, to visit his mother, who is seriously ill. The elder Mr. Rising has been ill for some time and does not show improvement. Mr. Rising was expected back Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan and daughters, Susanne and Mary Patricia, Cedar Rapids, arrived Saturday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit. Mr. Coonan returned Sunday but Mrs. Coonan and daughters are remaining here for this week. Dr. and Mrs. a W. Meyer attended a state osteopathic covention in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Other Kossuth county osteopaths and their wives who attended were: Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer of LuVerne, and Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson of Fenton. Mm. Hugh Post and son, Bob, and Maurine McCullough drove to Iowa City Friday and visited until Sunday evening with Dick Post and Bob McCullough, who are attending Iowa University. Mrs. Frank Ostrum accompanied them as far us Oelwein and spent the time visiting with relatives. William and Robert, son* of Mr. und Mrs. D. D. Monlux, and James Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, visited from Thursday until Sunday with their respective parents. The boys attend Iowa Slate College ut Ames. Mrs. Monlux and her father, A. U. Seaslream, drove to Ames for them and Mr. and Mrs. .Bishop took them back. Janet Portions arrived Saturday for a visit of two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, and with other relatives. Leaving here she will return to her home in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and will have charge of a summer camp. Mrs. Parsons and daughter, Phyllis, and Mrs. Victor Parsons drove to Mason City Saturday afternoon to meet her. Mrs. Boy Keen will go to Iow» City Wednesday of next week and return with her daughter, Eleanor, who will have finished her third year at the university. Eleanor will spend about ten day? at the home of her parents and then leave for Loa Angeles, California, to visit during the summer, with her grandmother, Mrs. C. D. Fellows, and her aunt, Esther Fellows. Lydia Poole, niiiwiocary from In dia, spoke before a large audience ut the Methodist church Sunday morning, under the auspices of the Foreign Missionary society. Miaa Poole has been in India a great number of years and is now making a tour throughout the United States. Sunday noon, she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Miaa Poole is an aunt of Mildred Poole, former teacher in the local schools. Mrs. R. H. Miller and niece, Donnabelle Merron, drove to Estherville Sunday and spent the day. Edward CapeMm of the D. L. McDonald A Company drove to Mountain Lake, Minnesota, Sunday on business. Gerald Af ard, coach in the Fenton schools, visited over the week end here at the home of his brother Burdette. Evelyn Kuchenhecker, Plover teacher, was a visitor over the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. W. Miller. W. P. French, H. M. Smith, Walter Lofenz and Melzar Falkenhain- er spent Saturday and Sunday at Spirit Lake ashing. Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mr*. Walter Lorenz drove to Des Moines Saturday and visited there until Sunday evening with friends. Mrs. W. S. Wlndell suffered » severe attack of gall stones Wednesday of last week. She is recovering now but Is still quite weak. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon were guests of friends of theirs in a cottage on Lake Okoboji Saturday and Sunday and did some fishing while there. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rock left foe their home in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Thursday after visiting here about a week with Mr. and Mrs. John Frank). Kathryn Misbach, Emmetaburg teacher, visited her father and brothers here over the week end. Kathryn will teach at Emmetsburg next school year also. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furnt and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wooldridge visited in Clear Lake last Wednesday evening. Mr. Wooldridge visited his mother, who is ill. Mrs. W. C. Dau has recovered quite well from her illness with trichinosis and last week was able to come downstairs and be up and about for the first time. Olen Frost, Henderson, Colorado, and Mrs. Harry Duryea, Mclntyre, Iowa, arrived Sunday for a few days' visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost. Jim Pool, manager of the local Botsford Lumber Company, and Harry McMurray returned Friday evening from Minneapolis, concluding a several days business trip. Ralph Miller, Joe Lowe and Gall Towne left Sunday for International Falls and vicinity where they planned to remain about a week and put in some good fishing. Mrs. Rue Ashcr returned Friday evening from Cedar Falls. She had visited there since Sunday with her sister-in-law, Miss Adeline Asher school superintendent of music. Mrs. Hettle Ferryman and her daughter, Ruth, Atlantic, arrived Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with another daughter of the former, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Miss Ferryman is a music teacher in Atlantic. Mrs. Michel and sons plan to accompany the visitors to their home after school Is out for a visit D«an, Joan and Mary, children of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe, spent Saturday and Sunday in Burt with their grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, and their aunt, Mrs. L. L. Sheldon. Dorothy Sellntrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, has been reelected to teach In Harcourt the coming school year. She wilt teach English, music and dramatics again. Mrs. M. P. Weaver was expected to return today (Tuesday) from Ames where she had visited her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel. Mrs. Weaver also went for Veishea at the Iowa State College. Airs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, Royal Neighbor deputy, attended the local Royal Neighbor meeting on Thursday evening and helped to make plans for the convention, which is to be held here June 17th. Bob' Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. R R. Sellstrom, was initiated Friday into the Omega Kappa fraternity at Gustavus Adolphus college, where he is a freshman. The college is located at St. Peter, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schemel drove to Carroll, Sunday and visited with Sister Mary Pauline. Sister Pauline is a daughter of the Phillip Scheme]s and a Schemel. sister of E. A. Airs. May Hoenk and daughter, Jessie, left Monday for their home in Long Beach, California, after spending about two weeks here at the home of their son, H. L. Hoenk. They had spent the winter months in Miami, Florida. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Kohlhaas, Mrs. Erick Nelson, Mrs. Lyle Ellis, Mrs. Alma Nelson drove to St. Peter, Minnesota, Sunday of last week and spent the day with the letter's daughter, Gertrude, freshman at Gustavus Adolphus college. Air. and Mr*. T. H. Keneflck and daughters, Naomi and Veronica, dT Eagle Grove, visited Sunday at the home of their son, John. The guests and Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and son, Michael, enjoyed a dinner at the Blue Room on Sunday noon. Delia and Harlan Frankl took their grandmother, Mrs. Nina Blythe, to Lake Mille Lac, Minnesota, Saturday where she will visit n son, Art Blythe, during the summer. Mrs. Blythe has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Frankl, during the winter months. F. A. M. Frost was showing a steady Improvement Monday from his illness which has confined him to his bed since Sunday of lost week. Mr. Frost is quite advanced in age and great concern was felt for him during the week. Mr. Frost was suffering with prostatic hemorrhages. Mrs. Cliarlett Kosewull came on Wednesday evening and will make her home again in her house on East Call street. Mrs. Rosewall lived with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. CablU, at Iowa City during the winter. Her son, H. R. Rosewall, Blue Earth, had attended a clothing convention in Des Moines and brought her from Iowa City here Mrs. Rosewall's many triends wil be glad that she has decided to make her home here permanently. Rev. C. Paul Carhwm will deliver I the main address at the high school i commencement exercises Thursday evening at Ledyard. Mr*. P. R. Irons left today (Tuesday) and will visit until Friday in Spencer at the home of her sister, Mrs. Claude Nugent. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor left this morning (Tuesday) for Chicago where they will visit the next ten days with their daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey. Enroute, they will stop at Newton to visit Mrs. Taylor's brother, Clyde Roswell. Mrs. Humphrey plans to come here from Chicago the first of July for a visit during that month. Mrs. C. I... Bllley and daughter, Theresa Ann, came Sunday from Leon, Iowa, and will 'visit here at the C. A. Joynt home and with other friends for the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bllley and Theresa Ann moved to Leon about two months ago and Mr. Bllley Is manager of the Graham store there. Margaret and Mary, their two oldest daughters, remained here to finish their school and Margaret will graduate from the Academy a week from next Saturday. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and Bob and Bernlce drove to White Bear, Minnesota. Saturday morning upon receipt of the news of the death of the former's sister. Mrs. Mary Frantz. She had been 111 for two weeks, following a stroke. Bob and Bernice returned Sunday and Mrs. Harrington will return Wednesday. Funeral services were held Monday morning in St. Paul. Mrs. Frantz made her home In St. Paul and the Harringtons visited at the home of ler daughter in White Bear. Hi Shine Interior Paint Extra high grade, *>asy to put on. v«M*y high gloss, easy to <'lean. Quarts 59c y 2 gallons $1.15 Galons $2.25 Gilt Edge Kalsomine f> Ih. 4C ],l<g. only ^ J *- What's New At Goeders Rub-a-dub-dub . . . plunge these frocks in a tub, and watch them come up as fresh as a daisy. New tub silk in classic style d»Q Qr White ft paatela New Bags Lovely new style leaders are these chalk white patent bags in 12 new styles. $1 New Gloves Style right are these smart new white gloves in crystal cl< th and zig-zag cloth. $1 The Goeders Co. H. V. Hull, Trustee Red Barn Paint $A CA 5 K al. pail, only ^» JV Window Glass all sizes Johnson's Hardware USED CARS 1930 Dodge sedan 1930 Chevrolet coach 1931 Chevrolet sedan 1928 Chevrolet coach 1934 Chev. master sedan 1929 Ford roadster 1931 Chevrolet coupe 1927 Chrysler sedan, TWO MODEL t FORDS New Oldsmobiles on Display WASHING— OREAMNO— BATTERY SERVICE Algona Auto Market West of Court House 0 FOR •THE GRADUATE Let them be proud of their graduation irift; make it a Kin that will Give them Jewelry from Luabya. Vote for Finley for First District Supervisor On Democratic Ticket Competent, dependable experienced. J. F. Finley Riverdale Township 18-21* FOR THK GIRL We specialize this year on two most distinguished Wrist Watches made. Bulova Wrist Watches and Elgin Wrist Watches FOR THE BOY For yours we have wanted the agency for the Buloya, and we fun now show you a nice assortment at remarkably good prices. - • •.'-.*«,• v*». • >• '.v^^fo' Kings • 'Jw We have an attractive assort?" inenf of rings of nil kinds including birthstone rings and matching pendants. Look I Is Over. Lusby's Jewelry Store This Merry-go-round will lake you places 1 Gentlemen. Arrow's spring merry-go- round can take you to new style heights' This spring our Arrow Shirts hit an all- time high in variety of patterns, originality of color combination, assortment of collar style* $1.95 to $2.50. And while you're looking ovi-r the slurU don't rnisa Hie Arrow Ties. H<in<iker- i-hief.i and Shorts. Shop this week— National Arrow Week. Hoys' Dark Tones 75c and 95c ZENDER & CALDWELL ALUONA. IOWA

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