The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1936 · Page 7
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The Aleona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 16,1936 Clmbner Cooper of Ameg, arrived Saturday, to spend the week end with his mother, Mrs. VlrgH Cooper. The ttebekata will have a doughnut sale at the Anderson and Basket groceries Saturday beginning in the morning. Mrs. John Linnan and daughter, Eleanor, of Maurice were guests on Monday at the home of the former's son, L. E. Llnnan. Chet Williams wa» a business vis- IftSt at Waverly, Thursday. Lou Thold returned with him and spent the day at the Hub Clothiers. Rev. J. H. Edge went to Indlan- ola Monday morning to spend ten days giving instruction in ministerial training at summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuchen- fttr. and Mrs. Ira Goodman of I Chicago were house guests of Mrs. I Elsie Cody Thursday and Friday. Mary Oeraldlne McEvoy returned Wednesday after spending the I past week visiting in Cherokee. Her cousin, John McEvoy, met her at Fort Dodge at the train and i.. »u ranroiu nucnen- Fort Dodge at tne RiPh ,1 e " te r tained Mr - » nd Mrs - brought her to Algona. Richard Curless and two children ,._ ~ „ =_„.„„ Martha Dewel of Mnskogee, Ok- '< the west ...». ^ v^ui icaa uuu iwo cniiQren of .lanesville, Wisconsin, from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Strom of Salinas, California, arrived Wednesday and visited until Sunday with the Eric Nelsons. They will live in Mason City for a short time. Clarice Falk, reporter for the Bancroft Register, is a visitor at the home of her aunt, Anne Fechner. She arrived Saturday and will return home some time this week. Drs. Earl and Bob Heath of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, visited Friday at the Frank Kohlhaas home. They were enroute to Yellowstone and will make a tour of I thp uroaf lahoma, arrived Sunday* to spend two weeks visiting wit»hef aunt, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, an<r net* many friends. Paul Romlter of Clear Lake was the week end guest of Lloyd Pratt. He Is the architect of the new •'school house now under construction in Clear Lake. ! Leva and Anita Herman of Mason .City, cousins of Frank Kohlhaas, were week end visitors at his home. They also visited Dena and Henry Kohlhaas in Sherman township. • Another cousin, Leota, Herman, sister of the two former girls, and a nurse in Des Moines, was another guest. Bob Scllstrom is back at the Sor- enaen grocery for the summer after attending Gustavus Adolphus college the past year. Carl Sauer of Bode is also helping out at the store for a time. Rosalie Swanson, daughter of C H. Swanson, danced Monday evening at the Iowa Theatre in Fort Dodge. She danced a ballet solo number, and ateo tap danced with six other little girls. Joe Durnln, employed in the States Cafe, suffered a badly cut hand when he broke a cream crock which he was removing from the ice box. It took four or five stitches to close the wound. xxt&xixxRy^^ 81 Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daugh- er, Rosalie were guests of Nollia Staley, sister of the former, of Des Moines, from Friday until Sunday. Hr. Swanson drove to Des Moines Sunday and brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt and daughters, Betty and Joan, left Sunday for a week's vacation trip through Minneapolis, Duluth, the Great Lakes and Chicago. Mr. Hilsteadt is manager of Cummings store. Senator and Mrs. t,. J. Dickinson returned home Sunday. The senator has been in Cleveland attending the Republican National convention. Mrs. Dickinson met the senator in Chicago and returned with him. Mrs. A. Hutchison arrived home this morning from Chicago where she had spent a month with her daughters, Dorothy and Mrs. Quincy Drummond. Dorothy has recovered from her operation and is at work again in the library. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nasby and daughter. Judy of Omaha, Nebraska, arrived Saturday evening to visit Mrs. Nasby's parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. Nasby re urned Sunday, but Mrs. Nasby and udy will be here until Friday. Thomas Sherman and D. l>. Me Donald drove to Farlbault, Minne ota. this morning and will mak a visit to the Brand peony farm The Brands have fifty acres In New equipment added every year improves your farm and makes work easier and faster. This is an extra frond hay year and new equipment will facilitate handliiifr the biir crop. Hay Slings PURE .MANILA 2 rope $1.15 3 rope $1.65 Trip Block $1.15 Ney Hay Carriers 8 wheel $22.00 This carrier will fit any track. We have trip blocks for this carrier to fit any make track. HAY FORKS Good Grade . . $1.00 PURE MANILA ROPE 7-8" First Grade . . . . ft. 4Mc JUGS 1 Gallon - for Hot or Cold Liquid $1.19 TheMan About Town Says Tien there were rock throws with ach boy a target which accounts or some accuracy in baseball at e present time. • • • Up at Fairmont the mayor set a recedent by placing a thirteen flf- y fine on a bicycle rider for in- oxicated "driving." Local "drivers" ake heed. leonies this year, and the bloom are in their prime this week. Mrs. Isabpllr MeigK* and niece Mrs. Zada Butler and the latter's ount. daughter, Ruth Ann, attended the commencement exercises at Ames. Sunday. They returned Monday evening with Edgar Finnell, who graduated from an engineering course. Margaret Vignrs will leave on, Thursday for Cedar Falls, from where she will accompany a group of girls to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. They will spend two weeks at a camp affiliated with Iowa State Teachers College. Margaret will return home by the way of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Edwuril Rcilloy and four children of Janesville. Wisconsin, and Mrs. Reilley's sister. Barbara Plathe of Milwaukee are visiting relatives in the St. Joe neighborhood this week. Mrs. Reillcy will be remembered as Celia Plathe who was employed at the Elite Hat Shop several years ago. Forty-four dealers from eleven counties attended the Skelgas district convention, Thursday evening. A banquet and general meeting An iron safe belonging to Joe Jreenberg stands unmolested on he parking In front of the new uilding. Night and day for weeks t has been there, assurance that oe has confidence in the honesty ic holds in the Algona residents. * • • A salesman at Foster's inquired he direction from Adrian Sterling o the next stop he was to make. He followed the explicit information o the "T". After driving for two hours and not coming upon the ob- ective city, the salesman asked a tation attendant for the way. Then t was learned he had gone fifty miles in the opposite direction. Adrian had steered him wrong. • • • Business men should not be in a hurry when leaving their place for the night. An office door was found wide open and nothing o the interior touched. A west em ijarage with two large double doors ran be pushed in four or five inch es with little effort due to Insecure fastenings. Wide open invitations Help the busy night watches pro tcct your belongings. • • • Throe men In an eastern state were fined two dollars and fifty cents each. All they did was build a lire to smoke out a bee tree. The fire got out of control and burned down eighty acres of forest. With the government spending thousands Postal Changes In 2 Nearby Towns Henry A. Falb, former postmaster at West Bend, Iowa, pleaded guilty ;o a charge of embezzlement and .heft In federal court in Fort Dodge ast week and was granted probation by Judge George C. Scott, according to news reports. Falb admitted the emUetzlement of more than $SOO In funds. His probation period is one year. Erick Leon Bareness, clerk in the Buffalo Center postoffice. admitted taking small sums from letters addressed to mail order houses, and was placed on a two years probation. Ads Show Model Kitchen Designed by Algona Girl Friends of Julia Dearchs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs, will be interested to learn that the model kitchens shown in the Norge ads In the Good Housekeeping for July and the June 13 Saturday Evening Post were designed by her. Julia has been employed since her graduation from Iowa State College by the distributors of the Norge products at Milwaukee. 61 At Wedding Dinner So. Fenton Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell attended a wedding supper at the Gramenz home south of Fenton In honor of Mr. Campbell's cousin, Arthur Bamsey of Lake Park and a Miss Gramenz. There were It present. !•« How's YOUR Body ? for reclamation projects out of tax receipts above fine will no doubt offset a considcrnblc and just am- Several of the younger boys were out about midnight and wondering how the home situation would be. Some of them had dogs which burked to awaken the parents, but Harry Hull, Jr., was sitting pretty. Said Harry. "You fellows ought to have a cat like I have and then you wouldn't need to worry." USED CARS 1934 Pontiac sedan 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1928 Chevrolet Coupe j |i 1929 Chevrolet coach Two Model T Fords \ New Oldsmobiles on Display WASHING-GREASING-BATTERY SERVICE Algona Auto Market ^^^ ivr,t«t ftt fntivtt 1-Titiian West Factory Finish At Repaint Prices Don't lot dull, lustcrless finish spoil the pleasure you want to get out of your car. By our expert painting methods you can have n brand new finish on your car — one that rivals any 193B model — and at a price that's pxtremely low. Drive in for an estimate. Our new department under the direction of Bill Lechelt, who comes to us with 20 years of experience, makes it possible for us to offer the best possible work on Body and Fender Work Upholstering Painting Metal and Glasswork Drive hi an Let I's Estimate For You Kent Motor Co. Algona 's Kovd Dealer jwwwwnw^ Kohlhaas & QUALITY HARDWARE Spilles . A banquet ana general meeting I was held in the dining room of Hotel Algona. W. W. Overman of Kansas City and R. H. Stinger, district manager, conducted the mect- ng. It was reported that the bus- ness In this district is second high n Iowa. Roy O. Bjustrom, local representative, had charge of ar- j rangements. Thelma Johnson tuft Saturday for Fargo, North Dakota, wh»re she will spend a week at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clarke. The Clarkes. who are former Algona residents, moved to Fargo about two years ago from Minnesota. They spent the past winter in Hollywood where Fred's mother, Mrs. A. D. Clarke, and sister, Mrs. Henry Adams live. Fred had the misfortune to break an arm about a week ago. Mrs. Edwin Robert* and daughter, Dorothy Ann, Mrs. Harold Matt and children, Bobble and Nancy Lee, Mrs. Kenneth Matt, and Mrs. Harry Vlck of Mason City and Mrs. G. W. Roberts of Troy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter E. Roberts Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Roberts is the mother of Walter Roberts, and she visited here until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts took her to her home in Troy. They will spend the week visiting relatives In Troy and Strahan. With nil the excitement over escaped maniacs in the air, Betty Backus did some sleuthing on her own. She saw a man loafing in front of the postoffice which fitted ii description of one of the hunted. A second trip past find an extra good looking over convinced her. Betty ran to the Advance of- fire and explained her find to the boys hoping one would accompany her for assurance. Unable to recruit an assistant she made the third trip but he was gone. Later a fourth trip back and sure enough he was there. Persuasion and perseverance convinced one of the force who accompanied her to the scene. When asked why she did not call the law, Betty said, "I would, but Tm afraid if he isn't one of the convicts the Man About Town might get ahold of It." • • • Two of the Algona Grays got an early start In the art of throwing. Red Corrick, the catcher, and Traul. third baseman, spent their childhood days together In Ottumwa . . . Red spent many happy ev Wtt • « • *VCW Of**."*- ••• — "^ — ir • r enings chasing Traul home from school and once in awhile peppered him with shot from an air rifle. frOMMS MOMEV ;I Fly Nets each Bancroft Dentist Comes to Algona Dr. Karl Hoffman, of Bancroft, will be one of the new tenants in the HeUe building now being erected on North Dodge street. A suite of office rooms will be especially arranged for him and it is expect- that Dr. Hoffman with his wife and child will move to Algona about the first of September, when it is thought that his rooms will be ready. Dr. Hoffman, who married Lucy Harig, an Algona girl, has practiced dentistry at Bancroft for the past twelve years and has built up a tine practice there. He and his wife will be given a cordial reception in Algona. Specials at JOHNSON'S Harvester Oil 2 gal. can Nose Baskets 19c-29c-66c Hay Track, Carriers, Slings and Rope at Special Prices Johnson's * Hardware $50 and up 2 Piece Suites Davenport and chair In a wide range of covers. Best type of construction. Enter Your Bid for the Rug Used as Our Proof of Wearing Quality The Masland Argonne Rug that was out on our sidewalk for two weeks is now on display ini fr>ur ^window. Thousands of people tramped over this cug. Seven -• pounds of dirt were removed when it was Cleaned! Yet the colors are as bright and fresh as new. See this nig in the window and the others just.likfl it inside tho store. You'll find them all a* good looking as they are long wearing. Arid skid-proof, too! 1 hanks to the patented Layflex bar-k. Doan Social On Thursday Evening Doan: The Laies Aid will serve I icr rrenm, strawberries, cake ami roilee at tile Doan church Th'iis lay evening, June I*. The jju'.lic is invited for your most stunning SUMMER SANDALS RED PATENT *WNK PATENT * BLUE P YEUOW PATENT •ALL WHITE PATENT out in color! It's the bright •RED PATENT *PINK ^ A J%41 PATENT'BLUEPATENT $V>£ • VELLOW PATENT *& to Kresensky's Mr. and Mrs. McElroy and Mr Arnold and granddaughter of Eagle Grove spent Tuesday with the former's daughter. Mrs. Gordon Hanaen, Miss Marie Buffington. Letha Mann and Miss Smith of Hurt and a friend of West Branch left by auto Monday for Los Angeles, California. They expect to be gone six weeks. Mrs. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and three children of Hammond, Indiana, arrived here thi, week for a visit with their son an brother, Tom Young, whom they had not visited in rive years. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Mrs. Ella Martinek and Mrs. Dg White attended the 25th anniversary of the Plum Creek Social and Literary club held at the Austin Gardner home Wednesday afternoon. About 75 old ard new members attended and a nice lunch was served. The Van Hansens took Mis.i Carol Andrews to Des Moines Friday where she left on the 7 p. m. bus for Salt Lake City, and where she will visit her sister, Mrs, Mae Anderson, formerly of Doan and nephew, Merril Austin and family. She expects to tind employment there during the summer niontha. Hot Weather SPECIALS (iirlS ilultiT A Slack*. C Qo Sizes 8-H O5f I* Moil's A Hoys' I'olo Shirts •.>!k! to 59c Straw Huts 1<K' t" -5 Little Folks Washable fl»> Suits sizes 2-8 *5--.J9-3»-50 and 59c each Sun Suits sizes 2 to 6 each COLD PACK CAN NEBS 17 qt. capacity, holds 7 qts. or 7 pint jars Each $1.2» 8-inch ELECTRIC FANS Each BEN FRANKLIN BARN PAINT Turn in your bid by June 25. The rug goes to the highest bidder 4 Piece Suites Consisting of vanity, bench, chest olj drawers and bed. A large assortment of styles und benches. Drops and Close Outs Six -t- J-'illcd Mattresses _. 16.75 8 Piece Suites idva extension table. 5 diners, one chair and bullet, in walnut und , Foster F | 5x^O<HXW<K»XfcO<ttXkO»iCbi Ten i'xl- 1'Vlt Hast- lilies < '(•nfi-nlruin, Armstrong and Sandura. Hcst grade Ten Floor Lamps at Unix- _,-_, -Price Five Pit-res Inlaid .Price C tioi&££i&&a&aQt&3X&<^^

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