The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1936 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22,1936 GREAT FALL WALL PAPER SALE Cut Prices to Clear Out Stock PATTERNS As Low as GOING FAST Per Double Roll LUSBY'S BUY NOW Buy Taylor Made and Taste the Difference We have gone to a great expense, so that we may bring to you ice cream that contains the natural fruit flavor. After much study and experiment we can now offer you true fruit flavors at no increase in prices. There Is No Substitute for Taylor Made Ice Cream Vanilla Orange Pineapple Strawberry Pecan Cherry Chocolate Remember all tlie ingredients used in the making of thLj famous ice cream are of the highest quality. Look up your nearest Taylor Made dealer, you surely won't regret it. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory At our dealers or Phone 270 FAMILY REUNION HELDBYTHULS AT LOCAL PARK St. Joe, Bancroft, California and Armstrong Represented St Joe: Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and sons attended a family reunion at Call State Park, Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Anton Wilmes of Bancroft, and a cousin from California and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wilmes and family from Armstrong were also present Back From Fishing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and son, Alvin, returned home Tuesday evening after a week's fishing trip near Rock Rapids, Minn. They reported good luck. Wedding Dance A large number from here attended the Leonard Trauger wedding dance in Livermore Thursday evening. Enters Nurses Training Alida Thilgfco, aaugmei of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges, left on Wednesday for Iowa City, where she will enter nurses' training at the University hospital. Her mother, Mrs. Henry Thilges, Mrs. Nick Thilges and son, Raymond, drove down with her. They also stopped In Des Molnes to visit with Andrew Reding in the Veterans' hospital. Regina Thilges spent several days at the Alphonse Berte home. John Borman and Henry Thilges purchased a new corn picker recently. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beckle and family from Eagle Grove were Sunday visitors at the Ernest Gales homes. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte returned home from SL Paul Monday after attending the Minnesota state fair and visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul attended the funeral of Peter Thul of Clarion Saturday morning at 9:30. Mr. and Mrsfl Fred Hlg and family Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Elshen home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in St Paul, Claremont and Owatonna. Minn. Anna Kayser remained with the Wagners' two children, Franklin and Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and daughter. Mary Jane of Whittemore spent Tuesday and Wednesday with the Joe TUmonts in Des Molnes. They also visited with Andrew Reding, who Is a patient at the Veterans' hospital In Des Molnes. Intestinal Flu In Sexton Homes Sexton :• Little Billy Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, has been very sick with intestinal flu. His little sister, Lorraine, has also been sick with the same trouble. Little Shirley Neahring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring, and Little Shirley Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham have also had the same trouble, but are all much better at this writing. 26 AT UNION M.-D. SESSION Ida Winkle, Jr., Hostess; Next Session On Sept. 24th West Bend News KO85C Has Arm Operation Miss Geraldine Hosklns was operated on recently at Rochester for an injury to her arm. She fell about two years ago and her arm has been troubling her for some :ime. Union: The Mothers and Daughters club met with Ida Winkle, Jr., on Wednesday afternoon with Anna Mariow as assisting hostess. Twenty-six ladies were present. Mrs. Mame Winkel gave a report on the meeting of the Federated clubs in Algona held prior to the convention in October. Anna Mariow gave the treasurer's report for the year. Mabel Tjaden gave a paper en "Bricks Without Straw." Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and small son of Burt and Mrs. Irma Carmichael of Llbertyvllle, Iowa, and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis and son, Algona were guests. Mrs. Ida Winkle, Sr., of Algona, a club member, was able to be present The next meeting will be Thursday, Sept 34th, with Sadie Gustafson, assisted by Bertha Sarchett Roll call will be answered by "Every Day Economics." An Original Story will be read by Helen Vogel and a sketch of the Philippine Islands by Anna Mariow. UNION FOLKS OFF ONSOUTOERNIWP Union Twp. Farm Sold to Family From Bolfe, Who Come Here Union: Gertrude and Albert Peter accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach of Letts Creek to Cherokee, Oklahoma, last week. They left early Thursday morning in the Zumach car. They will vis- It at the home of their brother, Edwin Peter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Peter, who has been » German Lutheran minister there for the past eight years. The party wfll vfstt an aunt in Kansas before returning home. They expect to be gone about ten days. Rath and Gerald Zurnach are staying with their graiHjparents. Gertrude Peter Is employed at the home of Pbstmaster Sullivan in Algeria. Union Harm SoW The farm, tenanted by Herman Willrett is reported sold to a party near Rolfe, who expect to move here. This farm was owned by an insurance company. Emit Stoffel filled silo last Saturday. Rudolph Wilt snefled com last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe re- urned last week from a honeymoon rip and are now at home on the Ceefe farm. Quentin Bjustrom filled silo recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould and son, Ronald were guests at the Soren Didricksens at Brltt Sunday a week ago. Donald Hanson of Blue Earth, Minn., brother of Mrs. Ralph Kesselring, is visiting at the home of the latter. He may remain for corn picking this fall. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Grant township, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harbert of Algona were the guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur near Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr and daughter, Marlyn of Austin, Minn., came last Monday for a visit with Mrs. Parr's mother, Mrs. Mame Stelnman. They attended the county fair and returned home last week. Mrs. Parr was formerly Ruth Steinman. The Lloyd, Vern and Geo. Gross families were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Gustafson home. Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, who had been visiting at the Gustafson home this summer left for Ame* Tuesday morning, the 15th, where Mr. Gross Is a teacher in mathematics. SENECA NEWS Ulcer* of Stomach John Munson drove to Fort Dodge on Tuesday to consult specialists in regard to hi* health. The doctors diagnosed his ailment as ulcers of the stomach and he is on a diet. Mrs. Jos. Mikes received the merchandise given away Saturday by McFarland & Walker. Mr. and Mr*. Joe Dunn drove to Minneapolis la*t week to *ee hi* father, Henry Wooster, who I* ill. Mr. and Mr*. M. T. Munaon. *on Bob and daughter, Churlene, attended the fair at Algona Thursday. Rev. Dan Jordan returned to hi* home at Sutherland Thursday, after a visit at the George Jacob* home. Miss Margaret and Lloyd Hayne of LeMar* were called here Friday by the death of their grandfather, John Walker of Rodman. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Alma Kongiibach Tuesday. Mrs. Wash Harris and Mis* Ida Riley assisted Misses lantha Gearhart and Irene Mikes, Harold Mikes and John Scb utter attended the Kossuth County Fair at Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland and Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley attended the funeral of Mrs. McFarland'* brother, John Walker, at Rodman, Saturday afternoon. Lyman Riley returned from Omaha, Wednesday, where he trucked a load of stock. He traded the truck for a new Chevrolet truck. The truck belongs to his brother, Oscar Riley. Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Needing, Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach, Mrs. H. Sloan, Mrs. Nevins Cuplin, Mri. Joe Dunn, Miss Irene Jacobs and Fay Mel Neal attended the Sunday School convention at Ruthven on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laws and twin daughters, Jean and Jeanette, came Saturday for a viait with her mother, Mrs. Tony Nemeth and bis .sister, Mrs. Fred Nurse. They are now living at Ellendale, Minn., where his parents reside. Robert Daubeudiek left Saturday fur his home at Anita, Iowa. He will return Wednesday and go on to Minneapolis, where he will attend the University of Minnesota. He has been employed here by the West Iowa Telephone Company, moving telephone lines on highway No. i*. H. A. Reyman of Jefferson called at the A. T. Paulson home recently. Mr. Reyman is a former superintendent In the Seneca school. does To Beuna Vista Mr. and Mrs. F. W. BaaseU and daughter, Joyce, were business callers in Storm Lake Monday, where Joyce registered in the Buena Vista college. Joe Klein of Milwaukee is spending several days the past week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Bills Corderman and son of Jack Creek called at the J. W. Campbell home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton an< daughter of near Lone Rock spen Thursday afternoon at the parenta S. L. Denton home. The members of the Roya Neighbors lodge of Ringsted me at the home of Mrs. Walter Smith in Seneca Wednesday afternoon. Sexton Ladies Planning Bazaar Sexton: The Ladles' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Greenfield Thursday afternoon with 20 In attendance. Plans were made for a bazaar to be held here in Oct. 15 and the plans for the ;uest day which is to be held in the hurch on Friday, Sept. 25th, were ilso completed. Sfm Bemis and Otto Neuman were business visitors in Britt Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond nd Joe McSwain attended the Spencer fair Friday. Mrs. Orvllle Hedrick of the Irv- ngton neighborhood was a visitor n the home of her parents, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Otto Neuman Friday. The P. T. A. met Wednesday ev- ning at the school house with a good crowd In attendance. A bus- ness meeting was held and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy and ifr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders attended the fair at Spencer Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Betnis attended he fair Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ophelm and title son of LuVerne have been isitlng with Mrs. Opheim's moth- r, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Tie Opheima left Thursday for a •islt at the home of Mrs. Opheim's later, Mrs. Lloyd Steven and fam- ly near Mapleton, Minn., and were hen going on to visit Mr. Opheim's ather and mother and other rel- tives at Staples, Minn. Richpoint News Richard Cosgrove of Titonka, spent last week end at the home of lis uncle, George Johnson. The J. A. Johnson and George Johnson families attended a fam- ly reunion in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Lora Raney will be hostess to the Plum Creek club next Wednesday afternoon. She will be assisted by Mrs. Sadie Hopkins. L. M. Merritt of Algona will be the speaker. Matty Armstrong Folks at Clay Fair Past Week Armstrong: Many people attended the Clay county fair at Spencer this week. Many went oft Tuesday and Saturday for the auto races. Those from this vicinity that attended the fair are: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmlter and son, Wfltard and daughter, Marie, Letha DeBntes, Donna Miller, Dorothy Khtrtaon, Robert Kmrtaon, Merle Hansen, Arthur Boland, Leon Looft, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Harris and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Strong, Geneva Swanson, Evelyn Caboth, Mr. antf Mrs. Mike Kennedy and family, Anna Strong, Maxtne Johnson, txnr- ise Mclhtyre, Clinton Mat-dick, Delbert Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Laffey. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Johnson and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Jack MTITer and son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen and daughter, Joyce and son, Date. Jessie Burkhead returned Sun- rtay to Northfleld, Mlrm., to enter his third yuar of college at Carle ton College. Mrs. W. A. Dresch of Hazel, South Dakota, has been visiting a few days at the parental John Sturm home. Matthew Monson and father, M. C. Monson of North-field. Minn., spent a few days this week at the L. H. Locker home. Mrs. H. M. Irmlter and daughter, Mrs. Irvin Baumttn visited on Friday afternoon at the Carl Halve rson and John Mixell homes. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Houseman motored to Sioux City Sunday where their son. Earl, entered his fourth yeat at Morningslde College. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson of Morgan, Minn., visited In Motlne, 111., last week with relatives. . James McAdams who has been employed at the East Side cafe, has accepted a position In a cafe at Fairmont, and Harold Mixell now has Mr. McAdams' job. Miss Eleanor Irwin returned to Indianapolis, Ind., this week to resume her duties as dietitian in a hospital therb. Miss Irwin has spent her vacation of the past few weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Irwin. HOUSE FOR SALE The heirs are ready to sell the former I. O. Dewel home on east Call street. This is the pebble- dashed second house east from the northeast corner of the street intersection where cars going east or west must stop. This boon* I* modernlj equipped. It hu one fall lot In a desirable section of town. There Is a barn-gunge In the rear, also a small garde* •pace. The house has just been re- shingled, and the interior has been repapered throughout, with all the woodwork reflalshed. For purpose of sale the pro. pert? ha» been appraised by H. R. Cowan, A. Hutchison, and M. P. Wearer. Their only In. •traction was to disregard a price which might be irot by waiting; and name one at which the place ought to sell readily. The property will be sold at the appraised value with all taxes due n 1936 paid, also Insurance* paid W. C. Dewel Window Glass Let us sen you glass. PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE THE GLASS IS HIGH QUALITY GUM put In at reasonable price*. Will call for and return storm windows inside city limit*. LUSBY'S Orville, Clarence and Albert Kea- bvlring of Huntley, Minn., visited their brother, Ralph and family from Saturday until Sunday. Men's Shirts Btte9Bt«««Om«^^ We Offer You - Our 26 Years of Experience Expert Alterations— Relining and Repairing of Ladies and Men's Garments. We use factory methods and our work looks like a factory job It will pay you to send your work to The Cleaners and Tailors Phone 330 We Deliver jjaewreCTKncwaff*^^ i She Sits and Knits Contentedly — Her Coal Bin is Full of Botsford's Peerless (Chemacol Processed) COAL We can save you money on your winter supply of coal if you buy it now. Remember how the coal situation was last winter and stock up early. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Totjfctionl %i(2fMuh THE MA* In efcitedalljr particular about toe appearance of hi* shifts. He know* what shirt* to we«r, bow to wear them, and where to bare them laundered to bin bent advantage. The discriminating man always sends his shirts to be laundered by us — Because he has found from experience with us, that we employ the attest of help, we use the beat of soap and where starch is required, we use the best quality — To sum up — Our quality of service returns your shirts immaculately clean and beautifully ironed. For these reasons, bin shirts last longer and look better. Let us launder your shirt* — You'll like oar workmanship. KIRSCHS LAUNDRY PHOIlE W. NOTICE The Algona Federal Savings ft Loan Association Is Now in a Position For a Limited Time to Again Take Investments on Shares. THIS ASSOCIATION HAS NEVER PAID LESS THAN <{6 Investments Up to $5000 Insured By U. 8. Government Optional Savings Shares - A Convenient Savings Plan To have $1000 in 5 yean . .. 10 yean . .. IB yean . .. SO yean . .. 20 yean . .. Share Dividend Rate* S* 4* Invest Each Month $15.44 7.16 4.40 3.06 2.24 118.06 6.78 4.00 2.73 1.M •The dividend rate of a Federal Savings and Loan Association U not fixed, because It depends upon earnings which vary according to locality and current business condition, but Li usually from 3%> to 4%. T HIS type of share i» designed lor the convenience of Individuals wfao an able to save money only in irregular amount*, and at Irregular time*. Such shares can be purchased gradually, by payment* °f varying -—»n of money In any amount from f 1 upward. They are especially suited to people whose '•"">trnt fluctuate from montfa to monm, "-^'rrg U difficult for them to save a regular, fixed amount each month. Earnings Table Shown at Left ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 206 & State St. "Insured Shares" Algona, Iowa 38-38

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