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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 16,1936 Pratt Electric Picnic— The Pratt Electric Company celebrated its fifth anniversary at a picnic Sunday noon. There were 43 employees and their guests present. A picnic dinner was served at noon, and H picnic supper in the evening. ' Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley, Corwlth; Paul Rossiter, Clear Lake: Ed B. Hort- sock, Clarion, and Dean Clapsaddle. Hurt. Easy Ace flub— • The Easy Ace Members were gtiests of Mrs. Chris Waliukait on Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played during the afternoon, with high prize being awarded to Mrs. -William Geering. Mrs. Sam Smith • received the second high prize, and Mrs. Henry Furst received the travel prize. .Wa-lnn-Ye Picnic— Members of the \Va-Tai.-Ye club met >\t the State Vail;, Monday evening for a picnic supper. Those on the committee were Zor:t Keith, Stella Mae Breen. Flora Tiss and Clarice Amesbury. Baptist Booster Bunch— The Baptist Booster Bunch met j Friday evening, at the home of Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook. Mrs. Henry Furst was assisting hostess. There were 25 ladies present. After the business meeting, the guests played irames arranged by Mrs. Furst. Mrs. Kermlt Forbes and Mrs. Firm Laing enacted a one act negro play, "Back Fence Neighbors." Refreshments were served by the hostess. Luncheon at Country Club— The first afternoon Country club one o'clock luncheon and bridge party was held Wednesday at the club house. Hostesses were Mesdames F. E. Saunders, D. C. Hutchison. J. W. Bloom. R. H. Mtedke, and W. T. Daughn. There were forty-eight present. Prizes were won by Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. R. C. Larson and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Hi-Low Club— Mrs. A. J. Schnepf entertained the Hi-Low club at her home on Thursday evening. Mrs. John Frankl received the high prize, and Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll. the low prize. Lawyer*' Chatrtauqna— The thirteenth annual Lawyers' Chautauqua of the District Bar Associations of the 14th and 21st jud- icln! districts of Iowa was held on June 12, 13, 14 at the Crescent Beach Hotel at Lake Okoboji. All members of the bar of the state and their families were invited to attend. Those attending from Algona were G. W. Stillman. secretary- treasurer of the 14th judicial district of Iowa; L. E. Linnan, program committee. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, and daughter. Mrs. Richard Schmitz;, L A. Winkel. R. J. Harrington and J. D. Lowe. Rotary Party— Rotarians and their wives were guests at an evening meeting at the Junior Theatre. Monday. Joel Herbst led the singing, Wayne Moore played a violin solo, accompanied by Barbara Haggard. W. A. Foster gave pantomime imitations, and an impromptu whistling contest followed, In which Dutch Lorenz was the winner. Refreshments were served in the lobby. Candle-Light Club- Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles was hostess to the ladies in the Candle-Light club at a 6:30 dinner served in the Blue Room of Hotel Algona last Thursday evening. Later in the evening they returned to her home and played contract bridge. Thimble Club— The 12 members of the Thimble club met at the home of Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Monday afternoon. The afternoon was spent sewing. Guests of the club were Mrs. Ed Genrich and Mrs. A. L. Brown. A lunch was served by the hostess. Idle Hour Hostess- Mrs. E. J. Hough entertained her Idle Hour club at a one o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Contract bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs. Gail Pettit and her friend. Mrs. Hofman were guests present. Benefit Bridee— The Campfirc Girls entertained forty women at a benefit bridge at the H. L. Gilmorc home Saturday. High score prize went to Mrs. Henry Furst. and the low score prize .o Hugh Post. R"f;vshm«-n*> were MTVCll. LOIS WHITEHILL, LONE ROCK, WEDS Bride of Harold Angus in Home Ceremony on Wednesday Baby For Dr. Bournes Dr. and Mrs. si. J. Bourne are parents of an eight pound baby girl, born Friday, June 12. at the Kossuth hospital. They named the baby, Julia Ann. This is their first child. Liquor sales in the Algona store showed a good-sized Increase in May, as compared to April. The total sale* in April were $5,837.03 and in Mir> were $6,342.16. Lone Rock: On Wednesday, June 10, at high noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill, occurred the wedding of their eldest daughter, Lois, to Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Angus. The bride, attired in white organdy, was given In marriage by her father. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. Their attendants were Ruth Whitehlll. sister of the bride, and Gerald Angus twin brother of the groom. The house was decorated In roses and peonies, the bride'a table also being decorated with flowers. After the ceremony, luncheon was served by the bride's aunts. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. Charles Clement, Algona. to th«i following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill, daughter Ruth and son Claude; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Angus, sons Gerald, Robert and Eugene, daughters Grace and Lillian; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus. Algona: the Rev. and Mrs. Gladstone: Mrs. Andy Johnson end daughter. Helen. Thel- mn Guy. Mrs. Charles Clement and daughters, all of Algona; and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS The AlRona Upper Des Moinei will present one dollar In cash each week for the best news or feature story of the week sent In by Its correspondents. We hope to develop some good feature material as a result. We Migtcest that correspondent* *pend a few minutes looking about them and uncovering ft good yam or two; It will be worth a dollar each week. Urges Oat Clipping To Collect Payments Immediate clipping of oats seeded as a nurse crop with legumes is urged by A. L. Brown, county agent, if the farmer expects to collect soil conserving payments on the legume acreage. The regulations of the AAA specify that oats or other small grains seeded as a nurse crop must be pastured or clipped green and left on the ground. The grain must not be allowed to mature or develop heads if payments for soil conservation arc to be collected. Immediate clipping will, in many cases, avoid the danger of having too rank n growth of the nurse rop. Where the growth is so heavy hat there is danger of smothering i the legume. Mr. Brown suggests , clipping as high as possible and re- | peating the process later if necessary. If the farmer has sufficient ivestock, the nurse crop can be pastured heavily' for a few days and clipped. Where oats have been pastured closely and no grain will mature, the farmer may continue to pasture instead of clipping. Marble Tourney Plans Are Laid The play ground under the direction of Kenneth Mercer will sponsor a marble tournament. All boys Interested may enroll Wednesday at Bryant school. The age limit Is 16 years. There will also be a jacks tournament for the girls. There will be prizes for the winner and runner-up in each tournament. Friday afternoon N. C. Rice sponsored a free picture show for the group. There were 85 in attendance. Mr. Mercer would like to have the swimmers who have no suits to meet him Thursday morning at the swimming pool, so that he can get the names. The Rotarlans and Kiwanians will furnish these swimmers with suits. Social Calendar Thursday, June 4, Clarence Moore Titonka, entered because of a fractured neck, runaway accident. June 12—Mrs. U. B. Doden, Woden, underwent a tonsilectomy. June 13—Melmar and Anita Berghofer, Fenton, both had their tonsils removed. June 14—Mrs. Wm. Goetsch, Lu- Verne, received medical treatment. Kossuth Hospital Notes Tuesday, June 2, Mrs. Everett Faith, Algona, gave birth to a girl. Wed., June 3, Mrs. E. R. Carney, Algona. underwent an appendectomy. . Charles Hanson, Algona, entered because of a fractured skull suffered when thrown from his poney, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Knopf, Sexton, was operated on for appendicitis Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Milton Giddings, Algona, gave birth to a boy Friday morn- Clifton Benschoter, Algona, underwent an appendectomy Friday afternoon. Lola May Carr, five years old, had tonsils removed Monday morn- Margaret Knutson, Algona, had her tonsils removed Monday morn- June 9—Melbourne Mansmith, 21, victim of tractor accident, and C. I. Mansmith, father, victim of tractor accident. June 9—Donald Holmes of Livermore, underwent an appendectomy. Mrs. Melvin Bourne gave birth to an eight pound baby girl,June 12. The baby vcas named Julia Ann. June 14—Dick Atwell, Pasadena, California, baseball player on House of David team, entered to have a plaster of parls cast put on a foot with a broken bone. June 14—Marlman Ripperger, of Rolfe, 11 years old, underwent an appendectomy June 14-C. O. Rentz, Burt entered as a medical patient. He is une y 15—Elsie Braun, Algona, had her appendix removed. June IB—Ray Barton, Algona, had a plaster of parls cast put on a >roken foot. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vlnlng and daughter, Harriet Frances, were Sunday guests COUNTY PLAT BOOKS for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, shows land-owners name on each farm In Kossuth county. Latest edition sells for $2.50; older editions for J1.50 each. Call at this office. 8«»S30S^^ The second evening party will be held at the Country Club this evening (Tuesday) in the club house. Those on the committee will be Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. chairman, Mrs. C. N. Aalfs. P. J. Christensen, G. W. Stillman, W. W. Sullivan, Carl Pearson, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, J. M. Herbst, H. J. Cowan, Mrs. C. H. Williams, Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, J. L. Bonar, Mrs. L. K. Rice, Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Russ Waller, Leo Kinseth, A. H. Hanson, and Jack Legge. Wednesday. June 17 The Fellowship class of the Presbyterian church will have a picnic at the State Park. Wednesday night. Meet at the church at 6:15. bring a covered dish, silver, dishes and wieners for yourself. Thursday, June 18 Meeting of the Missionary society of the Presbyterian church with Mrs. Albert Ogren and Mrs. Frank Geigel assisting hostesses. Leader, Mrs. Lester Willson. Meeting of the Missionary society at the First Lutheran church at 2:30. Ladies on committee are Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. Seastrom, Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Sjostrand. The V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at the Legion Hall at 8:00. Election of delegates, please be present. ' The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday with Mrs. Alfred Jergenson. Friday, June 19 The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. J. Jones. Mrs. Lucille Montgomery, assisting hostess. Sunday, June 21 County Legion Auxiliary Association picnic will be held at Iowa Lake Sunday. There is to be a basket dinner, sports and entertainment. All members and families are invited. FIRST LINE QUALITY—The new Firatone Standard Tire ha* been designed and constructed by Firestone skilled tire engineers—it i* a first quality tire, built of first grade materials, embodying exclusive Firestone patented construction feature*. FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE—Every Standard Tire ii backed by the Firestone name and guarante*JNP^our assurance of safety, dependability and economy. LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE—The wider flatter tread i* scientifically designed with more and tougher rubber on the road for long, even wear, and thousands of extra miles. GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY—Eight extra pounds of rabbet are added to every one hundred pound* of cotton cord* by the Firestone patented process of Gum-Dipping. This not only provides greaterstrength,and gives greatett blowout protection. TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE TREAD—Cushion* road thockf. Afford* extra protection against punctures and binds the whole tire into one unit otj great strength. j IT COSTS LESS TO BUY-VOLUME PRODUCTION SAVES YOU MONEY—The new Firestone Standard Tire ! i* the greatest tire value ever offered car owner*—volume production, efficient factories and the most economical j distribution system make it possible to tell this new tire at a price remarkably low. This is why car owner* everywhere : call it the Thrift Tire for 1936. For Truck Operators LONGER MILEAGE, MORE DEPENDABLE SERVICE . . . VOLUME PRICES WHETHER you operate one truck or several, dependable service is your greatest asset. In hauling produce to market, operating faj>t local deliveries, in heavy cross-country hauling, operating school buses, or in any type of trucking service, you need a first-quality tire, built of first grade materials to give you long, trouble-free mileage. Now, for the first time, you can get such a tire at prices you can afford to pay. Come in today and let ua show you how the new Firestone Standard Truck and Bus Tire will give you better service and save you money. Daily Matinees Summer Bargain Prices 2—New First Run Features—2 Every Tuesday Every Fri-Sat. Daily Matinee 2:30 Sat. & Sun. at 1 o'clock continuous Prices Matinee and night 10-16 Rewrites Continued ffomlP*g* One Today - Tuesday Phillips Holmes Mae Clarke in "House of a Thousand Candles" Chester Morris m "I've Been Around" Friday - Saturday FOOD SPECIALS Salad Dressing, 99p per quart Crackers, 1Q r O IKu AirV Prunes, 07 r No. 10 size can _. ^ uv Coffee, 1 pound Malt-O-Meal, per pkg. Omega Cake Flour, 51bs Prido Short- 91 r ening ftL ^ f Dic-a-Doo, per pkg. Boot Beer, qt. size, 2 for Punch, large bottle Picnic Ham, shankiess Bacon Squares, per Ib. Pork Cutlets, per Ib. Pork Sausage, 2 11)8.. 17c 19c 32c 21c 25c 9c 25c 23c| 23c 35c ASSORTED COLD MEATS SPRING FRIES H. R. Sorensen & Company We Deliver Phone 188-139 Four Corner News at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howart Witham. . Mr. and Mra. Ralph Witham and Lawrence Pfeffer of Gamer Wwre Friday (falters at the HBward Witham home. Mrs. Witham, who was in an auto accident some time ago, Is very much improved. Mrs. Verla Lowman and daughter "Jackie", lona Witham and Lou Lowman are going to Colfax, Illinois, Tuesday. morning In Mr. Lowman's car. They are making a two weeks' visit among relatives and friends. Notice to Bond Buyers The Board of Directors of the School District of German Township, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, will offer for sale at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 29th day of of June, 1936, at the Center School House in German Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) School Building Bonds of said School District Bonds will be furnished by the School District. G. D. WELHOUSEN, 24-25 Secretary, Board of Directors. 30x3 GAMBLES TIRE PRICE 41. 4.40-31 4.60-21 4.76-19 Kren in the (ace or nationwide increases in tire prices we maintain our tlre*4jr low price* on tire*. Thii proTM beyond any doubt th«t Gamble'* will *ell tire* «t the lowest pouible price* at all time*. There's only one thine about our tire* that we can't GUARANTEE and that's bow long we can keep these low price* in effect! Tire Maker* Boott Price* ,10 Per Cent , . Akron, Onto. •'— rukbtr — <*»— Akfw to*»» rukbtr compulM nnoune« o»» > tlr* prlra InerMH rrmflat I* ptr c«nt. Price laerMM« af« H ptr ctni en flist Mfit Itrt, It v*e rfnt for M«on4 Ml*. 8*4 p« r cent en IHIi* ll»e e*< U per c««t M fourth Itn* M<njf>< turtra viklnf the M- reunrcmtni wtre Geedycsr. 0»M rich. riiiituiM. flmenl, lletaofe i i, IMi.. •«< r>Iti KukkirJ -^^ GAMBLE STORES HOTEL ALGONA CORNER BUD BARNARD. Managing Partner Wed.-Thurs., June 17-18 Daily Matinees '2:','>0 Wednesday Spcrial Dinner Hour show f> tn 7 p. in., fill 1 Iiuval Neighbors eonvention delegates. Bob's in Love Again! HI-'.- ju.-t recovered 1'ri'iii Petticoat rYver. Now he'> "ii a niiiiaiitir " Hendesvuo/" with eharm- intr Jiosalind liiissell—a howl and a heart throb. KobiTUiiinupmTij STANDARD TYPE FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES HEAVY DUTY 9ZE 6.00 SO.. 6.50-SO 7.00-10 7.50-tO . Ui-SO.. 9.00-M PRICE as.4* »O.M 49.S4 «»•** 10 • M> m MX PMCE 31.7* 4X.57 S*'«* Glorious AM M G. M.| HIT TROUBLE WITH ROSALIND RUSSELL FRANK MORGAN [REGINALD OWEN CONGREGATIONALISTS voted a building program of $10.000 at a meeting following church services. Definite plans have not been made, but one of the improvements will be a full basement under the church. FOBTY NEW CARS were sold in Kossuth county in June. ROBERT 8. JA.MKtS, 3'J, barber wife, Mary Emma Busch, 28, who was born at Burt, Feb. 28, 1907, uus convicted by a jury in Los Angeles on three moral charges carrying penalties up to 150 years. He was charged with immoral relations with his own niece, a young lady of 21 years. T. H. CIIRIHCHILLKS, Algona businessman, in the weal with his family, indulges in a philosophical letter regarding the various comforts and discomforts of motor travel, from a spot in California. The family is on a six weeks jnunt. FRANCIS ERPELUING, 8. son (it Mr. and Mrs. John Krpelding, .St. Joe. suffered a painful injury when he struck his head against an ojien cupboard door, cutting a dci-p Ha.sh. which required stitcii- co to riu.-.e. AllK.Nr: I'HINtil.K, Lakota. became- the bride of Carl Quaday, blue Earth, at the Little Brown Church. Nashua They intend to live near Blue Earth. * • • MU.UHKD ANDERSON, teacher at Burl for five years, was the bride of Wallace Eichorn, Forest City in a ceremony performed at the home of the bride's parents at Milford. * * » KEV. S. M. ATEN, Burt, an- hounctd to his congregation at the Presbyterian church last week, that he was leaving Burt within a few weekj. He had been pastor there for 25 years. * » • S\VEA CITVANS were congratulating Dorothy Christeusen on her recent wedding to Juginar Haugeu of Keiiyon. Minn., at Fairmont, Minn. She is u daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Win. Chiisteusen. f i...- u fhf VoJc* of flrtMoof, Moiula; citiun f i. over N. U. CX—W'E.tf- Necuoril l/|p'C?tre*toiie W III U One Stop Service Phone 856 Joues and State St. Extra Added Attraction "March of Time" 1 Si-«- Tin- T<-xas ('entennial with Jiundrcds of ^irl>:'J- CriiiH- S'-hools: '.'> —Km[*ly Throne of \ Austria. c«Kw«flso«a<«xw^Af>o^^ Hospital New* | General Ho»pituJ Note* I Tuesday, June 2, Mrs. Anold Meyer. Lont- Rouk. gave birth to a boy. Tuesday. June 2, Mrs. Harry Newton, Algona, gave birth to u boy. Wednesday, June 3. Pearl Nelson, Fenton, underwent an appendectomy. SUMMER SUITS Low in Cost - Correct in Style Single and double breasted iu Angora spun, {'alia Beadi and Sccrsut-kor . . . one of these .-nits not only provides comfort and style during hot weather, but is also ;in economy in sav- in ii lit her elothiii'; 1 . $6.50 to $16.75 SPECIAL - This Week Only $Q 5 Q Sanforized Plaids at Only V STRAW HATS 95c to $2.95 s for summer wea »Sox, for hot weather at Summer Ties, special

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