The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1936 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1936
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The AlgonaUpper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 30,1936 Norton Weds— Miss Mildred Ruth Schneider youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Herman Schneider of Wheatland b«cam« the bride of Ellwood Nor ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nor ton of Aigona, at a ceremony per formed last Wednesday in St Paul's Reformed and Evangelica church in Wheatland. The single ring ceremnoy was performed in the presence of a few immediate relatives and a few friends. The bride's sister. Francis, and Edmond Norton of Moline. attended the couple. Following a one o'clock dinner at the Schneider home the couple left for the state of Washington to visit relatives of the bridegroom. On their return they will live at Lawton. Iowa, where Mr. Norton is principal of the high school. Miss Schneider is a graduate of I the Wheatland high school. She! attended Iowa State Teachers' col- ! lege at Cedar Falls and for thre years has been teaching in th Bouton and Dana, Iowa, schools Mr. Norton, after graduating from the Algona high school, attende< Iowa State Teachers College Bill Dun Surprised— Mrs. William Dau entertained 12 guests Thursday evening at a sur prise party in honor of her husband's birthday. Bridge was played «-ith the high score family prize going to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt. John Frankl won the low score prize for men and Mrs. Ralph Elbert won the low score prize for women. Bill was presented with a gift. Hi-Lo nub- Mrs. Harrv Hargreaves entertained the members of the Hi-Lo club last Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Frankl and Mrs C. \V. Erickson. Harvest and Canning Supplies Enamel Canner, QC Jelly Tumblers 1ft_ 24 qt. iwh «W- and molds, x tv.r__ •*"*• 5-10c [ molds, Fruit Jar Fillers __. Kettle with ladle £Q 17 qt.. each "•'C Colanders, Tin, Aluminum 1C OC Oft and Enamel for **'» £«J» "•'> Complete Line of Ladles, Spoons Kettles for your Canning Needs White Plates, CQ White Cups and 6for «'•**• Saucers, ca.-h ._ Jiff Seals, in per pkir. 1UC Visit Our Summer Candy Department 5c Social Calendar A family picnic wffl fcp heM at tttr Country Club. Thursday evening, July 2. at 7:00. Each member family may invite another family, bring a picnic supper and enjoy the fun. The Algona high school "band will play and there will be a display of fireworks. The Prvsbyfcrhui Helping Rand Society will meet at the church on Thursday at 2:30. Hostesses are Mrs. Albert Ogren. Mrs. G. E. Van Dorstan. Mrs. G. C. Barton. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mrs. Carl WaMge and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. The Trinity Lutheran Ladte* Aid meets Thursday afternoon in the church parlor with Mrs. August Schmidt as hostess. The First Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors, with 1 Mesdames Ben Bakken and Peter I tfalsrud. the hostesses. I The Baptist Ladies' Aid win meet with Mrs. Henry Furst. on Thursday afternoon. Merritt Placed On Planning Boarc L*on Merritt has been named t rrpt-esent Kossuth county at meeting of the Iowa Lakes Region Planning institute, to bo held a Emmetsburg, July 10. in coopera tron with the Iowa Planning Board AH folks interested in conserva lion are cordially invited to at tend. The meeting is open to tin. r»blic and there is no registration tte. J. N. Darling heads the Us of distinguished speakers. One of the features will be thi Kossuth Conservation League floa' which will appear in the Fourth o July parade here, and will be taken to Emnwtsburg for this occasion If will be in charge of Evans Fin- aell. who is designing it. Honors Birthday— A family reunion was held at the F. Harvey home in honor of Mr. Harvey's 71st birthday. Dinner urns included Mr. and Mrs. Giford and family. Lone Rock: Air nci Mrs. P. L, Cogdill. Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black. Algona: Mrs Charles Loebijr. Wesley: Mrs. Fannie Albright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey. Mrs. Maude Burbank and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips. Heikens Hosts At Farewell Party Swrea City: The Birthday club will hold n farewell party at the P. J. Heiken home honoring Mrs. C'aire Erickson. Guests will in- ciude Mesdames W. O. Nelson. Emil Larson. P. \V. Larson. John Jong- brrg. Walter Peterson. C. F. Berggren. Fred Peterson. J. .A. Erick- .T-n. Hai'ry Berpgren and Mrs. An- n.i Larson. Mrs. Erickson and daughter. Dorothy, will leave at an p irly date for Los Angeles. California. Wed at Whittemore Whittemore: Hilda PotraU. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, tww married last week Sunday morning at 7 o'clock in the Lutheran church by Rev. Bertram to Frances Schwfndeman. WEATHER REPORT High Low June 22 75 54 June 23 80 50 June 24 88 54 June 25 92 49 June 26, .07" rain 89 70 June 27 92 60 June 28 94 65 General Hospital News June 16—H. E. Miner. Algona, underwent a tonsilectomy. June 25—Delton Krause. Fenton, underwent ttn appendectomy. June 27—Phillip Puffer. Corwith, tonsilectomy. June 29—Lorraine Clapsaddle, Corwith, tonsilectomy. June 29—Bert Randall, treated for sinus drainage. ing from Mason City, where the> had been visiting. The Robert Skilllng and Forbus SUIU families attended the Raney reunion held at Algona State Parl on Sunday, June 28th. E. H. Thomas, radio dealer here has sold several Zenith radios o latd. \Frank Weber and Ernesi Bormann were among the recen purchasers. Ernest Bormann has purchaser a share in the Irvington Light & Power line, and is now having his buildings wired and installing el ectric lights. The club dance Friday evening was very well attended and all re port an enjoyable time. John Alt man, Harold Monser and Joe Ramus are the committee for the next club dance on July 10th. 5 lOc 25c Hawcott & Ogg $1.00 and up wwwwwwwwvwwwvw Wednesday-Thursday, July 1-2 Dally Matinees Wedn. 2:30; Thurs. 1:00-3:00. Extra Value—100^ new technicolor dancing musical. Prices—10c-26c. Mrs. Barry Entertain [ Mrs. William Barry entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Wednesday evening. Mr. snd Mrs. Lawrence Winkel and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelley were guests of the club. Mrs. Winkel received high score prize for ladies, and L. J. Nelson received the high score prize for men. Low score prize went to Mrs. Nelson, and Mrs. Kelley received the cut prize. Tost Nuptial Shower— Mrs. Paul Bell was honored Friday evening at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. Hostesses were Mrs. Kohlhaas. Mrs. Ann Frankl. Marie Miller and Mrs. Rose Scan- Ion. There were 12 guests and they spent the evening playing bunco. Mrs. Fern Hardgrove won high prize and the low prize went to the bride. Mrs. Paul Bell. Hit-worth Reunion— The Ditsworth family held its annual reunion at the Call State Park Sunday. There were 105 relatives registered, and they attended a big dinner at noon. There were people from three states, those from many parts of Minnesota, those from all Q M parts of Iowa, and those from Mon- C8SffiC8»39XeraK8SC8K8ffiC8»SC8C8»S» tana. This reunion is held the last I „ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker returned Sunday from an 1800-mile trip in the Dakotas and Minnesota. They were gone aboui ten days. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan returned Monday morning from Philadelphia, where they attended the National Democratic convention. KnsMith Hospital News Saturday. June 20—Isabel Kain. tinsils removed; Mrs. Clarence Miiwdsley. Irvington. appendectomy. Sunday. June 21—Mrs. Donnell. A'gona. broken leg. Monday. June 22—Mrs. VV. J. Fisher. Omaha, gave birth to a biiby girl. Discharged: Miriam Ripperger. of Roife; M. R. Gustin. Algona; Mrs. M. G. Bourne and daughter. Algorm: Mrs. B. F. Rhodes. Swea City: Elsie Braun. Aigona. Dale Widen. Corwith. entered on June 22, for an appendectomy. Mrs. Kenneth Curran. LuVerne. was operated on for appendicitis. June 24. Mrs. Matt Lamuth, Algona entered Wednesday afternoon. June 24. for medical care. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. Algona entered Thursday p. m. June 25. with a broken hip. She fell while in the yard. Bob Severens. Corwith. underwent an appendectomy. Thursday June 25. Mrs. Charles Heard. Hobarton, entered Thursday for an appendectomy. William Gustin. Algona. admitted for medical care, June 25. Marriage Licenses Carl Johnson. Lakota. and Leona Schneider. Bancroft, June 29. Wm. F. Gulick and Esther; Tornes, Minneapolis, June 28. Arthur Swingdorf and Margaret Birk. Blue Earth, Minn..'June 27. Gomar Davis and" Irene Ridge. Des Moines. June 27. Bert LeRoy Kleppe and Mildred Enockson. Ottosen, June 27. Charles Dorgan. St. Paul, and Mona Nelson. Mankato. IP IE C II A\ II § Plum Creek Club Plans Year Book Plum Creek: The program committee of the Plum Creek Social and Literary club, met with their president. Mrs. Ann Drone, Thursday of last week for the purpose of planning the year book for the coming club year. The committee consisted of the following ladies- Mesdames Ann Drone. Nellie Mc- Whortcr. Ethel Johnson. Ella Hutchins and Augusta Schiltz. Th*- club has a membership of 4S with nine new members for this year as follows: Mesdames Mary Kain, Verna Kain. Christopher McWhorter. lone Bacon, Clara Gilbride. Ella Bode. Carrie Johnson. Sadie Skilling and Dora Weber. Dried Prunes, 4 pounds for Heinz Catsup, large size bottle Dehydrated Peaches, 1Q/» fancy, Ib 1Jt Poatoes, good, per peck Shelled Pop Corn, 41bs Now it is another big week just ahead of us all. To keep up with the procession step into Hne and you will wind up at Akre's Store Our regular groceries are always real good quality, and the variety of fresh vegetables and fruits is up to standard of everything the markets offer. 33c 25c 23c Pl'RE QULL CREST AND BED BAG These coffees reign supreme. And a dandy good bulk coffee for 19c. Good Flonr jnst now Is $1.48, $1.58 arid 91.98 per 49 ponnd sack. Akre's Grocery is on Dodaro Street, er's Store. 1st door south of Goed- Phones 290 and 291 Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles, 4 pkgs Pork & Beans, 2 large cans Mustard, quart jar LOCAL NEWS "•»••«• *. mo (cumuli la iitMU II -Sunday in June every year. E. T. W. ChiblT"'" Mrs. J. M. Storm was hostess to the members of the E. T. W. club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. Fred Powell George Mahoney. and Mrs. Friday-Saturday, July 3-4 Dail M.tDntr,:.-. Sunday-Monday, July 5-6 Witham Family Reunion Sunday Four Corners: A Witham family reunion was held at the Call State Park Sunday at Algona, and the following families attended:, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vining. Harriet Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and daughter. Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Witham, son Elmer, daughter lona, Delia and Ellen June, all of Algona; Mrs. C. C. Witham. daughter Alice, son Adelbert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner, daughter Bonita Ann. son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moore, Jr., daughter Shirley Marie, all of Volga City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witham, daughters Doris and Fern of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Schmelinj? and daughter, Patricia Sue. of Elmore, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter and daughter. June Adel of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs. Harry Witham. j daughter. Delores of Minneapolis, 1 were here a. week ago Sunday for Father's day and were unable to attend the reunion Sunday. Dr. Louisa and Frank Munch from Chicago arrived last week at the home of their sister, K. L. Albricht. They expect to visit here n time and then go on to California. They report crop prospects poor in Illinois, due to dry weather. The Raney brothers and sisters, with the exception of George in California, and Robert in South Dakota, met Sunday at the George They also made a trip to Atlantic City. Mr*. Nannie Setchell came home Sunday from the sanitarium at Nevada where she has spent the past few weeks and is feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and Kermit Setchell went after her. Airs, Thonuts S. O'Haire. formerly Eugenia Rist. and her daughter. Ann. arrived from Washington, D. C. Monday to spend the summer with the parents of the former. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Ernestine Chubb of Washington, D. C.. arrived with them and will spend the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Gwendolyn, Errrm Ix-e and Hurbert Deal. Betty Gunn. Helen Chubb. Maxine Larson, Eugenia Little. Betty Laird, Donald Smith, Lewis and James Neville, Jack Long, Dorothy Ward, and Russell Buchanan will attend Christian Endeavor Camp, at the Young People's camp of the Congregational (hurch at P. M. Park at Clear Lake this week. , Johnson homt at Irvington. Those present were: Mrs. Mary Clark, Pomona. California; Mrs. Olive Clark. Britt: Chas. Raney. Livermore: Mrs. Mattie Davis. Moorehead. Minn.: J. A. Raney (Dolph>, Algonn. and Mrs. Lillie Cairy. Sioux City. Other guests at the Johnson home during the past week | have been Mrs. Alice Bradley and son. Clark, tvnd Keith Clark of Clnrcmont, Calif orniti; Mrs. W. W. .Southwick. Marshalltown, Iowa: Charles E. Clark, Britt, and Miss Louise Cairy, Sioux City. This week Ha David of Moorehead, Minn., and Betty Ann Cairy, Sioux City, will visit Maxine and Vera Johnson. IRVINGTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Chet Harmon were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Fred Dole. U. B. Frankl recently purchased a Chevrolet sedan from the Morrall garage at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley spent several days this week at Jewell, Iowa, visiting relatives. Mildred Dole ia assisting at the E. H. Thomas home while Mrs. Thomas is recovering from a recent fall. Mrs. Elmer Dole and daughter, Lois, returned home Saturday even- Don't limp along on unsafe, worn tires. Other tire prices go up— ours have not. 4.50-21, $4.45—4.75-19 $-1.79.—Gamble Stores. 26 I-ou Lou-man and Mart Low-man reiurr.ed to Colfax. Illinoi.-i. Friday Mr^. Jane Light and children of M:r.r.. ; -oLa sf>ent part of last week \.siting the follou-ing families: Mr. sr.'! Mr:- \Vm. Run, Mr. and Mra. \Vn. I>nyton and Mr. -in 1 Mrs Mr ,»r.d Mr = I^v. r, n n.:..i.: .-.,r. FT..!,;. M.- i. =::.h K Witham. all ..f c -Vr- H^rr.vrt He hrr.tli' _' <\ ".;• --J,- of F_irnor<r. M.r.n . ' Tut-j;;.' '.t th-r i,.ir'. LI.'-1 fjOHl*; Mr -,r.d Mr- 1 \V •if i li, on farm Martin Meyer's Mother Passes U.i i VvcK : Wf.."J v. --13 received Friday^ that Mrs. Mtvcr. Fej. '.on piv^td away. & uf Mnrt:.i Meyer. Mary Ann Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.79 You Can Buy .Vo Better Flour Fremont's Best Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.49 A Better Medium priced flour Radiant Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.29 A 13 1 j~,k. /~' _,. J . f . r-i : _.» 1-11 ^ Fancy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables The Best in Meats Full lane of Cold Meats for the Fourth Baby Beef Boast, Young Side Pork, Ib Minced Ham, Summer Sausage, Pork Cutlets Bacon Squares 1 Boneless Picnics, per ponnd 28c WE BUY BUTCHERING STOCK TOP PRICE FOR EGOS H. R. Sorensen & Company Phone 138 and 139 We Deliver OPEN TtLt. 8:30 FRIDAY NIGHT AND TILL 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY THE 4TH Line Up at Our Fountain and CooHOff! Here's where you will find all of the folks who know their drinks—and you'll flnd real relief from hot weather thirst Cool, refreshing concoctions, artfully mixed to bring you the full flavor of your favorite cold dish or beverage. Make this your summer rendezvous—and find out why we're so popular. Today's Fountain Special Try a Choc-Cone 5c Chocolate Soda, rich creamery chocolate with plenty of cream 15c K. D. James North lowa'a Largest Soda Fountain Quick**! Rate Kept ivrriT vf, UF UK SECURITY luur !<>• In times of "re'JT J * «** *. v» *-''*/.J t ' <-'«**• »J« == bovrower chooses to pay up his loan %. Ma type ° l loan to a 8~xJ insurance policy. M they know will never be put to expenae, trouble and uncertainty of at possibly a higher rate with a short term loan A High Grade Low Priced Flour 3 1 s ' =- . u. Monarch Telephone Peas, cans . s. i..-'. d Mr.>. or-t Fotratz Jr Kr:-J.-ay r. ,;i:t Kidon M.i.ihs unJ Al- Wi.if.c.'riore. j 1'ocritz for ifri. K.JA-iir-i K r:. returntd lu j.t. . .n..(i.ort Friday <---. .. Mr and Mri. Kd^iir !.<jit. Xjaiijic. alter. M'_-J ^ S-'-.'^y 7hjra-.ii»y «-. i-r. home <A Mr. a:.d Wtit Betid. rj. Richard Arthur Ma tgatc- ifrs. Aigona. .-• Kt-r for a K.',;ne at i l.itb ir.d 11 e creain^ at the Henry Lauck, Potratz. a/.d Hath Heller. ax h-a^t and Arl- Tcursday at .. . . tr.e Arttur Geiictftldt hotQfc m Lu ( Veriic. Constipation U CO wtti *« ADLERIK A E W Lutby. Druggist Yellow Com Meal 15c Bipe olives pt can 19c Try our new green Bipe olives pt can 19c All Candy Bars, Gum and Cold Pop 3 for lOc Bulk Macaroni 2»/ a Ibrf. for Pork & Beans, Xo. 10 can 29c Cateup, IA 14 uz. bottlfc 1UC Peanut Butter •2 Ib. Mason jar Picnic Supplies Napkins, Plates Spoons Ginger Ale and White Soda, OC .'{large battles—****• plu* bottle deposit Lemons, Bananas, Oranges, Watermelon and Cantaloupes Complete Line of Fresh and Cold Meats BASKET GROCERY ALOON4. IOWA LIBERAL OPTIONAL PAYMENT PRIVILEGES Many borrowers are making additional payment* on principal, thereby reducing future interest. At present interest is being allowed on payment* a month or more in advance of the regular date. »«««•«! FARM VALUE INCREASED Some of our borrowers claim that a permanent financing program with low interest fafma 8evenil § 100 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR " | ACT NOW-STARTi SAVIN G INTEREST AT ONCE-REFINANCE PERMANENTLY Algona National Farm Loan Association SEE H. D. HUTCHINS, Sec-Trew. 1 7J E. State St., Algona, la. "Ov»r BarryV

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