The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1936 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algofta, Iowa, June 2,1936 M:.5.KOLLASCH FUNERAL, 30TH Six Grandsons Pallbear era; Husband, 11 Child ren Surive Four Corners: Mrs. Christina tCollasch was born to Mr. and Mrs William Salz, June 18, 1881, in La. Saile county, Illinois, and died at the home of her son, William Kol- taach, May 28, 1936, following a year's Illness with heart trouble and complications. She was married to Joseph Kol- laach Sept 20th, 1879, at Leonore, Illinois. To this union 12 children were born, seven sons and five daughters, one of whom died In infancy. She was n devout Catholic and very well liked by all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her death, her husband, one sister, Mrs. Lizzie Naas, Leonore, III.; and three brothers, Charles and Will of Leonore, III., and John of Stacyville, Iowa; seven sons, Joseph, Bancroft; Chas., St. Benedict; Peter, Hurt. Wm., Algona; Paul, Browning, Missouri; Edward, Purdin, Mo.; and John, Meadville, Mo., and four daughters, Mrs. Will Shackleford, Algona Mrs. Lena Keene, Mrs. Rose Nell 1« and Mrs. Minnie Wilson, all o. Whlttemore; also 54 grandchildren and 28 grandchildren. The funeral was held at the Whittemore Catholic church Memorial Day at 9:30 a. m. with the Rev. Father Hyland officiating. Burial was made in the Whittemore Catholic cemetery. Out of town relatives at the fun- traJ were: Mi. and Mrs. Jake Kockler and Charles Kollasch, Sr., and daughter, Edna, and the latter's »o!n, Gordon of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Korrect and John Korrect, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Salz, Jr., and Wm. Salz, Sr., Leonore, III.; John Salz. Sr. and son, John of Stacyville, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lubenthat, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kollasch and daughter, Maur- Ten Persons Stage Show Here Saturday Thp Logan Sisters, known tn radio fnns ns the Texas Rangcrettes, arc to appear at the Call Thontro. Saturday. June 6, ns nn nrldprl attraction. The sisters Betty nnd .Jean, were born on their father's ranch in Texas, near the famous Bar X. The girls started singing cowboy | ballads when small children. In addition to the Logan Sisters who are the hcadliners, there wil be a troupe consisting of eight other persons, including Gene Durnal, who will also act as master of ceremonies, pictured at the side. The Rio Grande Rangers, the Utah cowboy, Buck Shores, and a Beautiful Mexican dancer are other members of the troupe. Six Get Wedding Licenses Locally The Johnson clan went on a wedding spree this past week end, and when the ink had dried it was discovered that wedding licenses had been issued in the clerk of ourt's office here to four Johnsons, wo of them marrying each other The licenses follow; Ralph Piper. Washington, D. C. and lona Middleton, Eagle Grove May 28. Wm. Johnson, and Harriett Johnson, Blue Earth, May 29. Theodore Johnson and June Stoddard, LuVerne, May 28. Vernon Johnson and Elsa Friday, Iowa Falls, May 29. Francis E. Brooks, Algona. and Edna Gilmore, Algona, May 30. Paul Schmitt and Lena Schlutt- ner, Bancroft, June 1. ALGONA GRAYS WIN AND LOSE THIS WEEK END Bowl Over Whittemore, 12 to 1; Bow to Storm Lake CHARLES CITY NINE COMING ON SUNDAY Rewrites Of News ftom Last Friday'* Konuth County Advance nc. Browning, Missouri; Edward Kollasch, Purdine, Mo.; Sister M. 3enise, a granddaughter and Sister H. Presentation, a niece of Dougherty. Six grandsons were pallbearers. Vincent Wilson. Orville Kollasch, 'eter Nellis, John Keene, Harold Collasch and Ivan Kollasch. The Algona Grays celebrated Memorial Day by thorpughly trouncing Whittemore, 12 to J. Art Gaines, young St. Louis pitcher, missed a shutout when Fish sent one sailing over the fence for a home run in the sixth inning. The Grays started the fireworks in the first inning, combining three walks, two singles by Leonard and Farnum, and two errors to bring in five runs. On the second, Leonard smashed one into a tree on the other side of the left field fence for a homer. AH was pretty quiet then until the sixth when three hits and in error tallied three more runs. Sorensen pitched the last two innings with no hits. Leonard, Algona center fielder, led the batting barrage with a single, double, triple, and a home run out of five trips, while Corrick connected with two doubles and a single out of four tries. AKOSStTTH COUNTY Dickin son-for-Senator club was organized last week at a meeting at which al sections of the county were repre scnted. R. E. Hutton, Bancroft was named president, and R. J Harrington, Algona, secretary Senator Dickinson attended the meeting. Headquarters of the Dickinson-for-Senator club were opened in the Algona hotel in the corner second-floor room and a huge sign, "Dickinson for Senator Headquarters", was placed along the side of the building. • • • AN ATTEMPT to break into the Council Oak grocery store Monday night was made. Burglars had evidently been scared and had left hurriedly without picking up the screw drivers and wrecking bar. Entrance to the basement of the building was made through the door used by the janitor in the winter time to fix furnaces under the Runge shoe shop. • • • BANCROFT REGISTER has been sold to Harold Clark, Algona- born son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner. Presenting the First Week of A&P'S MONEY SAVING VALUE DEMONSTRATION » Stock Up! • Buy "Now .. • And Save! EIGHT O'CLOCK— Mild and Mellow COFFEE 1 Ib. hag 15c 3 Ib. bag 45c BEANS . . 4 16 oz. cans 19c C. * H. CANE SUGAR . 10 Ib. cloth bag 53c VAN CAMP'S IOWA STATE BRAND Bert Smear, 10 Ib. cloth ha* Sir BUTTER Ib. 29c NUNBRITE CLEANSER 3 14 oz. cans 13c 4 No. 2 cans 25c lOc No. it) run I5e No. •> can "Won't Scratch—Oan» Ka*lrr—Work* Faster" Full Standard Qualify lona Corn . . IONA WATER PAt'K R. S. P. Cherries Si:.NNVFIKLD Corn Flakes . . .2 13 oz. pkgs. 19c OKI. MONTK HAI.VKS OR HLIC'KD Peaches ... 2 No. 2M cans 29c •TIIK BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS" Wheaties 8 oz. pkg. lOc WATER PAt'K Italian Prunes . . . No. 10 can 25c FOR PERFECT JELLY RESISTS I SE Certo 8 oz. bottle 21c Sunnyfield Flour .. _ _.^_49 Ib. bag $1.29 I'rejiiiuiii Mustard CrUco it. Jan 25c 55c P & G Soap lurgr hurt* 25c .'I Soda Crackers 15c Peaches Hail >l.u,un Fruit Jars ; rails 27c do/. 59c Oxydol IVelcn'* p|. Grape Juice ~i So. ';' Bartlett Pears 20c hottle 19c - funs 29c Fresh Prunes 25c OKI. .MONTE WHOLE KERNEL Corn 2 12 oz. cans 23c PKINC'K Al.liKRT, II Al K A HALF, KE.VH t KV (LI H, Velvet Tobacco . . . 2 oz. can lOc HEALTH SOAP Lifebuoy 4 cakes 24c TOILET Lux Soap 4 cakes 24c Lux Flakes lg. pkg. 21c small pkg. 9c Rinso . lg. pkg. 19c . small pkg. 7c Freah Fruits and Vegetables STRAWBERRIES q t. 22c New 10 lb». Head Mi e M \! lor Potatoes 39c Lettuce 15c Lemons 3Sc Bananas 19c Tune til K«U- Suiitii. 5:30 p. m., KKM. lu.-*.. \\Yd & Thmr. I oo4l Stores GRAYS LOSE 11-6 TO STOR.M LAKE The Grays' home season was inaugurated Sunday night as the Storm Lake White Caps banged out an 11 to 6 victory. The Storm Lake team started out in the first scoring one run on two hits and an error. Algona came back to take the lead in their half when Wander spotted one coming right down the nlley and lifted it over the fence for a homer, scoring Jandert who had walked. In the second inning, Jandert sent a fast one out to centerfield, bringing in Scrub Anderson who had reached second on an error. From then on it was Storm Lake's ball, although the Grays managed to tie up the score at five- all In the sixth. The Storm Lakers went on a rampage in the seventh, hitting everything that came close enough to be hit. They were finally retired after five singles and two walks had allowed four more runs to cross the plate. Both teams were about even up on the errors, each getting seven and acting as if they were good for a lot more if given the chance. Sorensen relieved Riddle in the ninth, and two more men got to base on errors, but the next three went out in order. Neither team seemed to show any particular championship ability. But, then it might have been first night fright on the part of the Grays, together with their lack of experience in working together against a team of their own caliber, whereas Storm Lake has already played and beaten last year's state champions and several other good teams. The neat home game will be under the lights next Sunday against the Charles City Lions and it should be a tight contest if the Grays i-ome up to the form they huvc been allowing in practice. There was n nice crowd out for the game, but not H.H big as an opening THE NEW HEISE building back of the Behlmer candy kitchen and the States Cafe has been enlarged to two stories and the second floor will be equipped for office use. * • • STATE PATROLMEN will hold examinations for driver's license only two days in June, the 13th and the 27th. In July they will be here on the llth and the 25th. .AIRS. EDYTHE DAILEY received a letter from her father E. H. Dye, from whom neither she nor others in the family had heard in over 22 years. Mr. Dye is living in Gold Beach, Oregon, where he has lived since 1915. • • • A FOURTH OF JULY parade, with 50 floats, is to be sponsored by the Algona Community club for the Fourth celebration and Eugene Murtagh, C. R. LaBarre and Jos. Bloom have been named as a committee to manage the parade. It will be in cooperation with the two- day celebration to be held at the fairgrounds and would be held on the afternoon of Saturday, the 4th. It will start in the west part of town and thence run east down State street to Phillips, turning south to the fairgrounds. The decision was made at a meeting of the new board of directors Tuesday evening of last week. • • » EUGENE HUBER had been fined $100 plus $25 attorney's fees by Judge F. C. Davidson last week when he pleaded guilty to a charge of illegal transportation of liquor. Two new divorce actions have been llled in court. Andy Jasperson is asking for a divorce from Jane Jasperson. Los Angeels. Harold Hunt, LuVerne, in asking a divorce from Marie Hunt on charges of desertion. • • • ALGONA BOY SCOUTS received new uniforms last week and wore them for the first time in the Memorial Day parade. Revs. G. C. Vance and C. Paul Carlson are the scoutmasters. • • • VIRGINIA WOOD, 30, former Al- gonian, died recently at St. Paul at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ora Wood. The latter and three child- night should have been. The boys I n-n left Algomi 19 years ago. Miai will work a lot harder with .some Wood suffered from Hodgkins dls- rcal support behind them. Algunu (12) Anderson, 2b Jnnili-rt. s.'i Wander. Ib Leonard, cf Traul, nb Kiirnum, rf Kelly, If Corrick r Guinea, p Sorrnaun, p Ab II R ii 1 1 5 2 'l 1 :; 4 :t 2 o i o 3 0 ease for seven years. Finn. 2b Karrell <• Parrel), u Keene, p Quinn if Sili ;tb Haps, Ib Uitrgcirutu Kettlehon, \Vliltteinore (I) Titonka Baby Hurt Vcrnadellc Willis, year and a half Titonka baby girl, was taken to tht Kos.Huth hospital last week MifTerinK from n broken hip. Jt 1 j was reported that the little j?irl had 1 | been run over by a corn planter in 21 it farm accident. She la a daugh- 0 ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Willis. 000 The team run away and before it rould be stopped had knocked 41 15 12 down and injured the rhild. rt i.'f Anderson Jundtrt .SH Wander. Hi i.»i:irNuril, it Trmil, :it, Kumuiii, if Algoita (til lib <! 1 Kelly If Corriik c Kidille, p .Sorensen, KeisU-r, Thaycr, Owen, 3b Hulni. 2b iJeiiu-.', rf VaniV.ltrs c. KrickHon, If Klanugan, a.s (Jarris, p Storm l.ukr if Ib 410 401 400 000 40 6 9 (II) 40 Jl 13 NK\V WANT Al» POI.IC'Y SlarliiiK iimneiliutely, ull »ant ud> in thin pupiT mu»t In- paid fur in mlvunee, unle&i you huti' a Ituoli account on our leiljjer. C'ust of inailiiiK notirt-M and other uu»t«I effort, inuki » it Impossible to ilo u credit bu»- iiiukk on want u<Js. Minimum charm- of wants ud» uill be as ccnU, uu the lmsl» of 'i cent* it word In advance, \\unt ud» iliaxgrj on letli,-' r a« uuiiU will In- 3 tent* u word. When Mild- ing Hunt ud» into the oifur, <-ou«» the word-., multiply by 2 rents, and send Uie amount »1UJ the ml. I'uli-w i. received, no ud uill appear . I'liig move ha* been forced upon u* by unpaid want mi account*. For Bale KOK SALU 7 loom house ('lost- ill. Mostly uiudtrn. Inquire this orfice. 22* KOK SA1.K Luu I'j3i Mailer V 'hcVToit-t cLuich ljuod condition. Imimrt tins uftj'.c. 22 KOK SALE John In-ert S ft binder Cut iuO »crts. IniiUiic tins "jlfice. 22" FOK SALK II D. 1932 raotor- yelu and I'j.'i4 L'hev. car radio. For ash or trade- Inquire Ray Balance. 6 nu north of Bancroft. 22* KOK SALE-Sudan and millet ied. -Mrs.. K L. KOK SALE- Goldfish and outdoor pool supplies.—Algona Grttnhouhe. 21-22 KOR SALE—Muncliu soy btans, 2'ic Ib ; $150 bu.—George Miller, Algona. Rt. 2., Phone 45F13. 21-23 Save that cream with a Ve«a separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium sii<? $77.50. Terms.—Bjua- trom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-lf Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 445 Algona. Will bring him to your place.—H. M. Colwell. Auct. 19-26 Wanted WANTED—To buy Red fox pups. -Fred Beckenbaugh, Ft. Dodge, la. 20-22* For Bent ERIE DIGGER IS MAIN ST. KING FOR THIS WEEK Wider Street, New Paving Will Soon Greet Visitors Algona's main thoroughfare, State street, presented an unusual appearance this week, as the Am- ndeo Paving Co. made progress on preparing the street for repaying. Although traffic has been blocked from the street, many cars are till able to park in the street in pots where the shovel is not busy. Others are finding available purling space on side streets and 'arallel streets only a blork frcm tate. The paving is expected to be com- leted by the middle of June, 'hlch gives the company about two more weeks to finish the job. The extra width of sidewalk has Iready been removed. As soon as he last of the old paving is ripped out, new curbing will be put in, and then the paving itself will start. Removal of the extra width of sidewalk gives Algona a surprisingly wider thoroughfare, and all drivers of automobiles will be well pleased when they find the extra room they will have as a result. New Construction Used in Barnards 6 Room House Something new In the building line in Algona was used In the construction of the D. A. Barnard home in the south part of town. Large 4'x9' sheets of three quarter inch insulating board were nailed to the framework of 2x4's instead of the shiplap Which Is ordinarily used, and the house Is rapidly taking shape. When finished It will be two stories with six rooms and bath. The Botaford Lumber Co. is building the house, which is located across from Joe Blooms. 15 Days in Jail J. H. Lloyd, LuVerne, was sentenced to 15 days In the county Jail In the justice court of R. B. White, last week. Lloyd took -the jail sentence In preference to A $25 fine. He was charged with drunkenness. Assault Cise Fends The charges against two high School juniors, accused of assault and battery" with regard to injuries received by Durwood Baker, senior, will probably be heard in juvenile court here next week, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN As a result of my husband's membership In the United Counties Benevolent Association, I have received to date, the sum of ftve hundred and twenty-three dollars. This membership has cost us five dollars in membership fees and contributions.—Mrs. F. J. Wels- brod. 22* Others go up—Gamble's Tire and Tube prices GO DOWN. Sale now going on. Tire and Tube, 30x3%, J4.35—4.40-21. $4.69—4.75-19, $9.69. Sale ends Saturday. 22 Point your WALI with You're through worry* ing fjKnit tooti and vflUt* •*> your kitchen and bath room walla when you paint them with Lowe Brothers temt. glow wafl paint; Mello-GloM. Once over with socp and water make* wmlte like new. Stop in our More before yon paint and»ee our PICTORIAL COLOR CHART of illustration! in actual point. It will help you select the proper colors for your rooms. F.S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algons Body Beautiful Bathing Suits 'The Body Beautiful" is achieved in these expensive looking bathing suits —beauty of design lends that "wanted" touch. It Is just as essential that you look your very best in the pool or lake, as on the street. Bargains in Used Cars '31 Chev. Spt. Boadster, perfect condition '31 Chev. Sedan with trunk 1929 Ford Coupe 1930 Pontiac coupe 1933 V-8 Ford coupe 1930 Pontiac coach Watch Our Used Car Lot for Bargains Now Plyinonths and Chryslers MAXWELL MOTORS Algona, Iowa ceacececeKweoeottttKKttea Phone- 595 Bradley Jantzen Suits Bradley and Jantzen trademarks insure the STYLE and QUALITY of your bathing: suits. These two widely known makes have always been pioneers in their fields and 1936 finds them at the HEAD OF THE PARADE. You'll make no mistake if you buy a Bradley or a Jantzen. Prices are right and styles are in keeping- with the modern trend. Shown here in all sizes and colors— and a wide range of price. We have all wool suits at $1.95 Bradley and Jantzen suits are $2.95 to $5.95 A Complete Coverage of Kossuth County's Primary Election in This Week's Paper Subscribe to the Semi- Weekly news service and you qet your news while it's still news! • The Algona Upper Des Moines The Kossuth Connty Advance Both Papers $2.50 Per Year in Kossuth County The U. D. M. on Tuesday, The Advance on Friday KOK RENT—Furnishtti. all mj,l- ri. ai/ortun-nl. Hfcorit 7C;. 22 M

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