The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1936 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1936
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6G The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algeria, Iowa. June 30.1936 Ti TEN DAY TEXAS TRIP FREE WILL BE FIRST PRIZE t New Subscriptions Help With 500 Votes for Each In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines EVERY ENTRY TO RECEIVE REWARD A half dozen or so contestants in the Texas Centennial Popularity contest of the State Theatre and The Algona Upper Des Moines bettered their positions, during the past week, but Violet Norman still held her lead. However, it was evident that the contestants are just beginning to get down to work. New subscriptions rolled in from a half dozen candidates, helping to swell their totals. Zora Keith, Marcella Cullen, Toots Gramenz, Rosella Voight and Lola Marlow were among the girls who moved up in the standings. Attention is again called to the fact that every contestant will be a winner. Second and third prizes of a season's pass to the State Theatre is almost as valuable as the first- place prize of a trip to the Texas Centennial for 10 days with all expenses paid. How They Line Up The standings, June 25: 1. Violet Norman, Alg. 2. Ildn Patterson, Alg 3. Betty Backus, Alg 4. Esther Lavrenz. Alg. 6. Mary Kain, Alg 6. Zora Keith, Alg 7. Drusilla Caughlin, Alg. ... 8. Dorlys Knudsen, AJg 9. Anna Ramus. LuV 30. Marcella Cullen, Whit 31. Toots Gramenz, Fenton 32. Ardelln Hovey, Alg. .. 33. Jane Hemphill, Alg J4. Irene Hellen. Whit 35. Rosella Voight, Whit. 36. Beulah Gifford, Burt 37. Loretta Winkel. Alg 38. Alice Moulton, Led 39. Lola Warner, Fenton 20. Julia Stott, Titonka 21. Viola Riddle. Lakota 22. Maurine Hansen, Wesley 23. Lola Marlow, Lone R .,„,„ 24. Bernlct»Harrington, Alg. 1,380 26. Pearl Dahl, Swea City .... 1,360 26. Rose Murphy, Bancroft .. 1,250 27. Bertha Fasbender, St. B. 1,240 28. Cora Masterson, Corwith . l',200 29. Isabel Kain, AJgona 1,175 30. Rosalee Dorr, St. Ben. 980 31. Bea Kramer, Fenton 970 32. Lucille Anderson,•Swea C 900 33. Clara Wedal, LuV. . 850 34. Doris Silvers, Alg ." 880 38. Den ell Stockman, S. C. ..' 725 36. Muriel Johnson, Lak. 700 37. Irene Weringa, Lak 658 Tip to Contestant* The contest will not close until Friday, July 31. That means that a full month of competition and vote getting remains. Any candidate who gets out and works cannot help but gain a real reward, cither in the free trip to Texas, or a thentre pass of a year nine months, six months, etc. The theatre passes will entitle the con- tfcHtnnt to see any picture at the State Theatre, anytime, during the time indicated. Elsewhere in this issue of the paper is a blank, that contestants can use in getting new subscriptions, or renewals. Look for it ami get some one to cast 500 votes for you with a new subscription, or 25 votes for a year'a renewal. Other votes are received with every admission at the State Theatre and w ,th every clipped coupon from this newspaper. n° DIE l ' NDER "NDBERGH LAW-Cool and col- utv W fl r" e T 0n h ri 8 face ' Arthur Gooch shakes halids with D?p- uty Warden Jess Dunn, right, of the McAIester, Okla. penUen- 16,250 11,730 .... 9.890 ... 6,7«0 ... 4,530" I .... 4,085 ... 3,666.' ... 3,355 ... 3,250 ... 2,900 ... 2,660 .. 2,540 . 2,450 . 2,450 . 2,315 . 2.255 . 2,230 . 2.185 . 1,765 . 1,740 1,730 1,640 1,540 TRAILER CABIN TOUR STARTED BYFENTONKJN In Northern Minnesota With Home Made Trailer Home Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wegener and children, Lorraine and Marlln, accompanied Mr. and Mrs G. W. Yager on a week's trip int northern Minnesota and Canada ast week Thursday. The Yagers recently completed their trailer bungalow to make the trip. The car is of the latest type and was designed by Mrs. Yager. It is fully quipped to live in, having all the modern conveniences such at wat- r pressure, lights, ice box, sink md studio couch. A pretty lino- eum in green and ivory covers the work benches and floor. There are many windows which make the oom a nice place in which to live. fter the Yagers return from the orth they will start on a slghtsee- g trip west where their son, Rosoe and family live at Priest River, Graduates from Ame* Arthur Kuecker. son of Mr. an Mrs. Fred Kuecker of this plac received a Bachelor of Science de gree in dairy industry at low State College at the 65th annua commencement exercises held in Ames Monday, June 15th. Mr Kuecker has accepted a position with the Robert Dairy of Omaha as churn man in their plant. Mr nnd Mrs. Fred Kuecker and their daughter. Mrs. Earl Wallace of this place and Marie Miller of Algona attended the exercises. Trip Ci Month Li McWhorters Wed 50 Years Phone Co. Cuts Handphone Costs Effective July J, the charge made lore hand telephones in addition to the regular charge for service will be 15 cents a month for 36 months instead of 25 cents a month for 36 months as at present, according to *red Timm, manager for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. In those cases where payments of 25 cents a month have been made /or a period of less than 36 months, the 15 c-ent.s a month rhait-e, which will become effective July ), will be continued until a total of V. full monthly payments have been made, stated Mr. Timm I revision is made that the* monthly payments need not be continued us long as all are made at Northwestern li, 11 Company exchanges within me State f,f Iowa and there is no break in payments to exceed four month*. Mr.' Timm f-aid. There is no iha^c for replacing debit or wall telephone-, with hiir.d teU-ph.M,.:-. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, who received re nomination for candidacy at the Democratic National convention in Philadelphia. here and in Minnesota Mrs Zabel is a sister of Louis, Robert and fcmil Braatz. They will remain for about four weeks Miss Marilyn Woodward daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. K Woodward, was at Fo,t I lodge Monday evening where sin- c, av ,- a .special tap dance in the Iowa Theatre which wus sponsored t,y the Iowa Institute of Dancing Algona Boy Off For Tour of Europe Charles H. Cretzmeyer, Jr., was among the passengers sailing for Europe on the Baltimore Mail liner "City of Hamburg" from Baltimore Thursday afternoon, June 18. Among the noteworthy people sailing were Jean ten Have, French consul at Cincinnati, Ohio. and member of the Cincinnati Sym- >hony orchestra; John Huddleston of Ohio, American consul at Dresden, Germany, and his daughter- Franklin R. McMillan, well known engineer of Hinsdale, Illinois' and Miss Betty I Baldwin. Miss H Huth Enirey, Miss Dorothy J McDonald and Miss Evelyn Robertson, students of the University of Michigan. The "City of Hamburg" sailed for London and Hamburg with every berth occupied under the command of Captain Joseph E. Lee. Charles and three other students will make a tour of England France, Switzerland. Italy, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Germany, Belgium,. Holland, and possibly Denmark. "Chuck" will be in the United States about September 15, and will spend ten days with his parents before going back to college. Through the development of wilt-resistant" varieties, flax once more haa become a popular corn belt crop. Ked Wing and Bmon are two disease-resistant varieties R. L. Padgett is driving a new Plymouth sedan since last week. Helen Geronsin went to Clinton ast week for a visit with her randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Willadsen. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey nd children. Ruth Ellen and Sidney, were at Estherville last Thursday to have Sidney's eyes tested. Mrs. R. L. Padgett, Mrs. Carl Kern, Mrs. William Voigt and Mrs W. P. Weisbrod entertained the M E. Ladies' Aid in the church parlors Friday afternoon. Tony Goeders and his son. Maurice, spent Tuesday of Inst week at the F. H. Bohn home. Other callers were George Goeders and "Sye" McNally of Emmetsburg. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller re- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter celebrated their golden wedding anniversary June 23. During the day many of their friends called to extend best wishes. The McWhorters have lived in bo°rn C ° Unty *" th6 ' r ma " ied " fe ' ° nd Mrs ' McWhorter Henry Schulte, Mrs. Cecil Bailey, Mrs. Kverett Dreyer, Mrs. Amos Flnnestad and Mrs. Enos Wrede, the latter tof Burt. Mrs. Witter won the high score prize and Mrs. Flnnestad the second high. The same evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wrede of Burt entertained in honor of Miss Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter, Florence Newel and Clay ton Ditsworth of this place attend ed. On last week Wednesday Miss Vewel concluded her visit here an< eft for Wisconsin for study chora work for two weeks at a specla summer session under the leadership of St. Olafs choir. Enroute he will visit friends In Cedar Rap- ds, her brother Emll and wife in 3avenport and her sistre, Luella in Chicago. At the close of her study he goes to Waynesburg, Pennsyl- anla, and spend the rest of her acatlon with her sister. Mrs. Paul :osgray, better known as Mathilda 'ewel. Low Parking Prices Dallas, Texas: Parking prices hit n low level this week about the Texas Centennial Exposition grounds as rates dropped to 15 and 20 cents Lot owners, who at the outset of the Exposition asked a half dollar, brought out red painted signs and went to hawking for cars on a 15 cent rate. Coolerato* turned home Monday of last week after n two days' visit with the doctor's brother, Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Mueller at Independence. Mr nnd Mrs. E. J. Frank and daughters of this place and Gcne- vieve Newel of Cleveland. Ohirf were dinner guests at the Charlie Newel home on Friday evening. Genevieve Newel of Cleveland, Ohio, arrived last week Tuesday for a visit with her father, George Newel and sister, Mrs. E. J. Frank nd family and with other relatives Miss Newel is a librarian in Cleveand. The Fenton Woman's club held a annual picnic at the Call State ark near Algona last week Tuesday afternoon. Genevieve Newel was a guest. The ladles attended a movie and enjoyed a picnic supper in the park, hers attended. Seventeen mem- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and sons and Mrs. Padgett's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Krause. were at Algona Saturday afternoon on business and were dinner guests at the Forrest Rouse home near Ayrshire the same evening. Mrs. Rouse is a daughter of the Krauscs. Mr. and Mrs. William Harnmer- L~ *V Whittemore News liiikr. .son of .Mrt. Kriti Bitrstedl. .vi.o jointd the navy about two month.-. ,1^0, i/anif home Thursday uri a [ ,vo weeks' furlough. Eddie is Mauled at the Great Lakes in Ilimoii. Mr. and Mrs. John U'aldron and daughter, Marguerite and Geraldine, went tc. Cameron, Ali.->i,ourr lust week to attend the funeral of Mrs, Viiueiit Kouru-y. a siiitr-in- Jaw of Mrs. VVaJdron! Miss Vercua Hui.iges, who formerly taught in tiit- Whitu-more public school, visited with friends 1. -t week Tuesday. Miss Hent K t-b has been teaching at Mandtui, Norih Dakota, the past four years. The clerks of the H R Zumach grocery and meat market attended n Briardale meeting of clerks at Res Moines last week Monday. Those who went from here were I Herbert Zumach, Alice L>au ana I Alvera Bthnke. Mrs. Otto Zlabtl and son. Georja ! of Milwaukee, Wis., drove by ;>u'to i Thuriday to visit with relative g?"! Why Bother With Picnic Fuss on July 4th & 5th? When You Can Be Cool and Enjoy a Good Meal and Refreshing Drinks At The Pine Room f The Hotel Algona __ Noonday Lunches, 25c to 40c Sunday Dinner, 50c and 60c COME TO ALGONA FOR FUN JULV 4TH-5TH nnd nnd sons. Norman and Pau and Mrs. William Fullterton. nil 01 Dubuque spent a we«k at the D F. Hantelman home and left for their home lust week Tuesday Mrs. Fullerton is n sister of Mrs Hantelman and Mrs. Hammerand is n daughter of the Hantelmans. Harry Midtvedt of Lakeville. Minnesota, came last week and is assistant manager in the Thompson yards. He will move his wife and small son here soon. A. C Green, assistant manager here for n year, left last week for Forest C ty, where he accepted a like position. Mrs. Green and sons, Ray- Ju° nd l and Darrel> wil1 leave about Mrs. Truman Johnson entertained at two tables of bridge last week Tuesday afternoon in honor of Florence Newel of Selby, North Dakota. Guests were Mrs. C F —«*,ova were fflTB. \J. r Wegener, Mrs. Wesley Witter, Mrs. * OF JULY SPECIAL ON Fireworks You'll find a complete assortment on display at the SMOKE SHOP Chrfatmas comes but once a year. But don't wait till next December to give yourself a Coolerator. You need thi> air-conditioned refrigerator today —and for the hot months ahead. Coolerator keep* food* fresher, makes them last longer because the patented air-conditioning chamber cools. wa«he*. humidifie.. circulate, the ««t. Beautiful new models cost but half what you'd ejpect. Try one 10 day, />•«/ Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Bead The Want Ad*-It Pay* You Cannot Predict The Future But You Can Be on the Safe Side N SERVICE Our Office Welcomes a Chance to Give Friendly Advice O. H. LaBarrc [ona Insurance Agency 20ti E. State St. ^m mm f ""*ri frfffrrffeueSSSSSSSSKSSS^^y^^^^g^^ggj^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^^ Kossuth County's Greatest Celebration! 2 Big Days - 2 Big Nights - At Fairgrounds 80 Floats InStreet Parade, 12 Noon July 4th Grandstand Program ** ^ V ADMISSION <'Htr Admission -;i~ }{ . adults. 2;"><- <iran<ifttand-:jr><- al'terno<jn, 'l')c <'ar Parking Sj)ac.-»- FJVC chihireu evoninji (Each Afternoon, Evening) Two BasebaD (James Bunning Baces Boman Chariot Baces Standing Baces High Jumping Horse Pushball Games Adagio Dancers Seven Spies Sisters Girl Shot from Cannon Petroff's Bussian Bears The Five Cardovas Giant Midway Rides, Shows, Concessions, Ferris Wheels, Merry-go- round, Thrills, Fun, Bingo, Erie Diggers—Everything! _— Night Fireworks See the Finest Display iul a . A panorama each night of Mazing, thrilling glory for Americans. • • _ Dancing to Jack Paige and his 13- pieee Hollywood Swing band —with a red-hot blond entertainer. JULY 4th & 5th KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS, ALGONA ieball July 4th Swea City vs. Buffalo Center oft vs. Algona July 6th~ Letts Creek vs. Wesley Titonka vs. p enton

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