The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Pea Mojneg, Algona, Iowa, August 26,1936 North East * Kossuth BUFFALO SCHOOL FACULTY NAMED FOR 36-37 YEAR Opens atTitonka, Aug. 31; All Bus Drivers Rehired Titonka: The Buffalo consolidated school will reopen Monday, August 8L The faculty for the school year 1936-37 Is as,follows: Superintendent, C. A. Hoon; principal and coach, manual training, T. A. Dunmlre; English and languages, Margaret Lee, Sioux City; home economics, Lena Madsen, of Latlmer; music, Emery Stewart, Thmopson; eighth grade, Doris Amnudson, lova City; seventh, Dorothy Weaver, Movllle; sixth and grade principal, Mabel Tutton, Buffalo Center; 6th, Margaret Beck, Goldfleld; 4th, Anna Ladd, Brooklyn; third, Delmar Henderson, Scranton; second, Clalrene Johnson, Radcllffe; first, Raemond Koeitler, Burt All bus drivers were rehired and Dick Harms continues as Janitor. Taken 111 at Church Henry Bruns, son of Mrs. Onno Bruns, employed at the Savings Bank, was taken sick suddenly while at church Sunday morning. New Theatre to Open The new "Tyke" Theatre in the Callles building will have its open- Ing date August 28th. The picture will be "Rhythm on the Range." Louis and Raymond Bartlett are managers. Eddie Saathoff of the Phillips 66 oil station is the new Ford dealer here. August 23, for Holland and Grundy Center to visit until Thusrday with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith, Harris and Gladys Ann left Sunday, Augst 23 for Holland, Grundy Mrs. Lillle Wood has been ill the past week with anemia but is feeling better and is at her cafe again. Mrs. Pierre Sartor and daughter, Mrs. Mary Oesterreciher were guests Tuesday of Bancroft friends. Mrs. Mabel Wilson and son, Bobble and afther, Jas. Winter, came Saturday evening, August 17, from Gllmore City to be guests at the W. J. Denton home. On Sunday with Mrs. Denton the guests motored to Mason CHy to visit a son and brother, Clarence Winter and family. Mrs. Wilson, son and father returned to Gllmore City Mon day. Page FARM HAND NEAR LEDYARD BURNS SELF ON TRACTOR EXHAUST PIPE Gene Amens Injured on Cecil Black Farm Last Week Ledyard: Gene Amens, brother of Mrs. Cecil Black, who is working on the Black farm, had his hand badly burriea last Wednesday when he was driving the tractor and got his hand on the exhaust pipe. French Croquignole Permanent Wave A good lasting permanent with ringlet ends. A wave you will be proud to have. Leaves the hair soft with a luxurious sheen. Reg. $4.50 value for _. 7 CA Soft water CA —* r ** /v shampoo - wave*"'*' 1 Others 75c to $1.00 MARGUERITE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 10 Over Barry's You Will Always Find The Season's "Best Sellers" at KRESENSKY'S Whether It's SHOES HOSE BAGS DRESSES The tunic dress at left is in great demand this fall. In Black, Brown, Green Wine or Rust. to *8 Back From Black Rills Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weaver and daughter, Marjorie returned Thursday from a sightseeing trip to the Black Hills In South Dakota and the drought district. August Gelhaus 111 August Gelhaus returned from Hubbard Monday, where he spent a week visiting relatives. Mr. Gelhaus was taken 111 Monday night at the home of his son, Chris" Gelhaus. He has been conflneo. to his bed and under a doctor's care since, suffering with kidney trouble. Geo. Moultons Home Mr. and Mrs. George Moulton returned to their home here Thursday after a thtee months' vacation at Little Boy, Minn. Go To Dnlnth Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Frietz, Hattie Olson and Clarence Priebe went to Duluth, Minn., Friday to spend several days' vacation. RESULTS! Air*. V. V. Nandaln ran a 25 cent want ad offering a farm for rent. She had over 100 Inquiries, some of them from as far away as Sac City and Bonne. The farm Is rented. If you have something to sell, or want to bay, lost a colt or need a wife, advertise In the tipper Des Moines want ad column. Mrs. Nellie V. Sullivan is suffering from a general breakdown at her home south of town. The Ralph Olsons of Ellsworth were visiting on Tuesday afternoon at the V. A. Barrett home. Mrs. L. A. Nltz entertained the Lutheran Missionary society from Lakota on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Alice Mayne returned from Cedar Falls Saturday where she has been attending summer school The Paul Gelhaus and Paul Selberg families returned from their trip in northern Minnesota Monday. Mr and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer went to Eden Valley, Minn., on Wednes- The Best in Their Class Right at the top when it cornea to considering shoes for school. Their sturdy features assure months of everyday wear, their good looks will cause plenty of comment in the schoolyard, and the low price will more than satisfy you dads and mothers. "Great Scott" how they wear $O25 ! 2 12 to 4 KRESENSKY'S HEADQUARTERS FOR. School Text Books A full line for Algona grade and high school pupils, new and up to the minute. ' Pens - Pencils Sheaffers from $1 to $10 Other mechanical pens and pencils lOc, 25c, oOc TABLETS, NOTE BOOK PAPER, CRAYOLAS, PASTE, INK, ERASERS, RULERS, LOOSE LEAF NOTEBOOKS BE ON TIME See our inexpensive wrist watches priced aa low as $2.96 and up Alarm Clocks at $1.00 and up BORCHARDT'S DRUG day to spend the remainder of the week. The Martin Gables left for northern Minnesota for a vacation, during which they plan to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge of Buffalo Center were callers at the Arthur Zielske home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elvjn Carpenter were in Mason City Saturday. Mrs Harvey ftelson of Lakota accom- panied'them. Ths V. A. Barretts drove to Llv- ermore Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week visiting at the parental Rariey home. Frank Zielske, Edward Zielske and Mrs. Acher of Eldora were visiting at the Paul Zielske and Richard Zielske homes for several days the past week. The Alfred Zielskes and Mrs. Richard Zielske left Saturday morning for Fort Dodge where they will visit the Raymond Wilcox family and then go on to Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald, Vivian and Russell and Mrs. Fred Fitzgerald of Lime Springs were visiting on Monday and Tuesday at the V. A. Barrett home. Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald is a sister of Mr. Barrett. Mrs. Larry Pidima and Joan, and Mra. Roy Jacobs of Brooklyn, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kramer and Paul of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox of Illinois, were visiting at the J. W. Hartshorn home Sunday. Mrs. Larry Pidima and Joan remained for a week's visit. Mrs. Pidima is better remembered here as Mallne Walker. Celebrate Birthdays Lakota: Mrs. O. H. Frerking and Mrs. Jake Telcamp celebrated their birthdays last week Sunday with c gathering at the Telcamp home. / number of friends helped them eel cbrate. LAKOTA NEWS Planning Bally Day The Methodist church school board met last week Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge, five miles east of town. Plans for annual rally and promotion day were discussed. Rally day will be Oct. 18. The next meeting will be held at the Otto Koppen home in September. Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bosma, Jr., drove to the Call Park at Algona last Sunday to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mrs. Bos-> ma's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bergman, Bancroft. Trip to Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Jake Telcamp, their daughter, Ida, and Cort Rippentrop left last week Monday for a trip into Minnesota, where they will visit relatives at Montevideo, Royalton and Morris and will also spend some time sightseeing. Donald Worley is visiting relatives- in Dubuque for a few weeks. The Rev. Harvey Nelson was a business visitor at AJgona last Friday. The Charles Eggerths were Albert Lea business visitors last week Monday. Kenneth Thompson and Alvin Depping of Ledyard visited Roland Smith, Jr., Sunday. Mrs. AJrec Boeckholt, Titonka, and two children, were visiting relatives in Lakota Thursday. The A. C. Klockes drove to Decorah and other points near there on a sightseeing trip last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Sr., and daughter, Margaret, were Sunday visitors at the Ama home near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson entertained Ruth Berg, Evelyn Turner and Carol Breckner from West Union, Iowa, last week. Samuel and Harry Warburton attended a poultry grading school at Algona last Wednesday evening, put on by Swift & Co. District Superintendent Muhle.- man, Algona, held the fourth quarterly conference at the Methodist church last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner came home last week Sunday from a few days' visit with their daughter and family, the AJrec Boeckholts, of near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dow and children of Sheffield were Sunday visitors at the H. D. Mussman home. Mrs. Dow is a daughter of the Senior Mussmans. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained the following guesU last Wednesday: Mr. and Mra. Charles Hoflus, St. Petersburg, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Sarchett, Burt and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, AJgona. Mesdames J. E. Ukena, Andrew Jeuseu, Cia.ua Daniels, Bertiu Jensen, C. K. Rippentrop and Miss Gertrude Wortman entertained the Presbyterian Aid Thursday afternoon and served the regular 25-cetit •upper. The Rev. and Mrs. Bergman, and their son, of Daubury, Iowa, came lust Wednesday for a few daya' visit with the Rev. and Mm. Harvey Neltton. The Bergman* are the parents and a brother of Mrs. Nelson. 50 At Lakota M. E. Aid Session Lakota: The regular monthly social meeting of the Methodist Aid was held Wednesday with Mesdames Guy Beemer, James Bruer. Harvey Nelson and Otto Koppen as hostesses. Mesdames Edith Warburton and Edgar Inlay Tftid charge of the program as follows: group singing, devotions, Mrs. Harry Moe, Review and personal impressions of the movie, "Green Pastures," Mrs. J. H. Warburton; violin duet, Mrs. Inlay and Dorothy Asmussen, closing with group singing. Lunch was served to about 50 women and children. Former Ledyard Woman Succumbs Ledyard: Mrs. Norma Kollasch and two daughters of Mallard, called on Mrs. Harriet Matzener and Mrs. Blanche Jenks on Thursday. Mrs. Kollasch informed friends that her mother, Mrs. Abbott, had passed away last January in California. Mr. Abbott once ran a pool hall here. Roelf esmas Moved Lakota: The Coonie Roelfsemas moved from the Timmers house Into the James Bruer house last week. Dr. Geilenfeldt and family will move Into the Timmer house TITONKA NEWS Miss Edlthmae Budlong came home Saturday having finished a months' work at the Luke Linnan office in Algona. Robert Downs, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Downs, had his tonsils and adenoids removed Tuesday at Algona. The Grady Smith home, since the completion of the porch and new front entrance has been painted and presents a fine appearance. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of the Wilson cafe left Tuesday morning for the west coast. They expect to be away during the hay fever season. Mrs. J. A. Bleich left Tuesday, August 18, for Logan to visit with friend* for a week. Mrs. Bleich taught for several years in the Logan school before her marriage as Miss Magdalene Sartor. Craven House .Guest Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven had as their house guests Mrs. Will Flaherty of New Sharon, Iowa, and Mrs. Dode Gnrrlgan of Grinnell, twin sisters of Mr. Craven. They visited from Monday until Friday. Emergency Operation Titonka: Word was received here Monday by Ben A. Pannkuk that his son, Anton of Thorntno hnd an emergency operation performed on Monday. He as In a serious condition, only the doctor and nurse being admitted to his room. Hebron Twp News Oscar Frandle has been busy this week putting up a silo. Oscar Frandle and family were Algona shoppers last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Boettcher and son o Crystal Lake spent Thursday with her sister. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children spent Sunday with her uncle, T. R Thompson near Bricelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson and their daughters were Monday evening visitors at the Oscar Frandle home John Jordahl and the Ed Jor dahl families are enjoying a visit from their sister, Helen of Mon tana. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hovlanc and daughters spent last Sunday with his uncle, A. K. Anderson at Stevens. Olaf and Hermit Fjetland returned home from the Dakotaa last Friday and brought home a load ol cattle to feed. Mrs. Ole Hauskln of Blue Earth and Mrs. Peter Hausfn of Walters spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Carl Hauskin. Adrian, Ole, Ben and George Hauskin, and Mrs. Peter Hauskin attended the funeral of their brother and uncle at Alexandria, Minn. last Wednesday and returned home Thursday. A group of neighbors and relatives gathered at the Marvin Thompson home and pleasantly surprised Mrs. Thompson, it being her birthday. Everyone enjoyed the afternoon. Mrs. Beatrice Osland and Opa drove to DCS Moines Sunday. The; were accompanied by Mra. Osland's BASKET GROCERY •••••••••••••••••^•••^••••B • Salad Dressing full quart 23c Introductory Offer. Limit—one jar per customer Ginger Snaps, fresh stock per Ib. lOc Cookies, choice ones 2 IBs. 25c Sweet Mixed Pickles __, quart jar 29c Pork and Beans tall can lOc Fruit Nectar three 8 oz. bottles 25c Toasted Wheat, a new cereal Ige. pkg. lOc Soap Chips r _51bs. 29c Block Salt 50 Ibs. 39c Mon, Whole Kernel Corn _2 Ige cans 35c Red Pitted Cherries _. Ige can 15c Pen Jel 2 pkgs. 25c Basket Brand Pure Egg Noodles lg pk 15c Crystal White Ldry. Soap 6 gnt. bars 23c QUALITY MEATS ' FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES . . . You Have A New Dodge and Plymouth Dealer Located West of the Court House Sales and Service IT HILL PAY yoi; TO SEE THIS NEW DEALER BEFORE YOU PURCHASE A NEW CAB USED CARS 1935 Oldsmobile Coach I 1936 Ford Coach with trunk 1934 Plymouth Sedan i 1934 Chevrolet Master Panel Delivery 1929 Dodge Sedan 1929 Nash Sedan Two 1928 Chevrolet Coaches 1 Overland Sedan Algona Auto Market H. UOENK West of Court ALGONA uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oakland. They visited Mrs, OS- land's sister-in-law, who Is ill. Adrian Hauskin. Ole Hauskin and Oscar Frandle drove to Rembrandt, last Sunday to visit their sister and also lo bring: home Mrs. Ole Hauskin, who has spent the past three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. T. R. Haroldson. New! Next ftnncny and Every Sunday. SO Full Slip Cotn- Irs In Color, and n Complete Novpl—n $2.00 Rent RrlMr—with Next Sunday'* ChlcnRo Herald and Examiner. Order Your Copy Today! POST H. W. Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage, equipped to do *B kinds of draying and hauling. 33-tf Going Back to School >*ew Hats 2.95 3.50 Do you know why \ye have the reputation of being the fastest men's store in town to shop inf Tt 's because you don't have to wade through a lot of garments you don't like to Hnd the one you're looking for. You are sure the minute the first suit or overcoat conies off the hanger ... and you are positive when one eye tackles the price ticket and the other carries the. ball over to the mirror. It never takes a fellow long to pick a peaeli once he finds himself in the right orchard. SUITS 22.50 24.50 29.50 25c 35c 50c Zender & Caldwell and (Shoes

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