The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 29, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 29,1936 Chet WtltlaiiM left Sunday for Chicago on a business trip Mrs H. M. Smith, Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mrs. Melzar Falken- '55 lner and Mrs - J - L - Bonar spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Httateadt and 'daughter, Joan, and Mr. and Mrs George Henely and sons, Bob and iRay and Elmer attended the football game at Emmctsburg Friday evening. Jimmy Bob Burns, nine year old ;son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burns hns |n light case of infantile paralysis. ;He Is under the care of Dr. Janse. Mr. Burns is employed at the Maxwell Motors. Mtr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson anil daughters, Fern and Imogene, of Ogden, spent last week Sunday, •with Mr. and Mrs. H. & Clapsaddle. Mrs. Clapsaddlelfand Mrs. Carlson are sisters. Beautiful Dinnerware Absolutely FREE! to our customers Ask Us About This C. S. Johnson JUNIOR THEATRE Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 1-2-3 Sat MaUnee 1-3 o'clock Two New First Run Always Features All Seats 21c kids lOc COLD I 1(0 I IOMUCE mif IWUKSNlHMUS! wckFORAN Coining Mon., Tue*., Wed., Oct. 5-6-7 2 New First Run Features ^ Gertrude Michael Walter Abel Eric Khodcs in "Second Wife" Feiuure Fred S<<»ne in "Grand Jury" n ii Dailey. Dalfey spent the week end mother, Mrs. Edythe . Bill Is employed by the American Optical Company in Des Moines. Mrs. Will Edwards of Forest City ty, spent a few days last week visiting her husband, who Is employed by the International Harvester Co. Sir. and Hfrs. Q. L. Towne and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore returned Saturday from Norway Beach at Cass Lake, where they had spent a week fishing. They reported fishing very poor. Mr. nnd Mrs. R, p. B etH of S.onx City, called at the Anderson home, Sunday. thf ^ ^ a '£ er ' ° f Jewcl vl nth. A 6 . °° Ch home and wlth other Algona friends, Sunday i P v lr- 1? 1 !? » '"• Wi " Blcke of We «R ? £?, Monday on Dr - and Mrs. R. J. Thlssen. Mr. Rlcke is Mrs. Thissen's brother. Homer Anderson and A. W. Beh£"«" » ft s " nday for a fishin * tr 'p in northern Minnesota. The/ will go north or Bralrvrd. Frod Run** suffered a stroke of apoplexy last Saturday mornine nnd WM taken to the KosJn hot intal for medical care. Invert-it Harris began work last week at the Richardson Furniture ii , ' sheriff L. E . Hovey a few years . caliontas nnd nnd sister. . an<{ Sirs. E. C. Olson of Pontas spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. W. A. Vlgars. Mr. Olson Mrs. Vigars are brother and Bill Read The Want Ads—It Pays. IS There Something New Under The SUN WATjC H FOR IT Howard Hoenk wa» In Minneapolis Monday attending a meeting of Dodge-Plymouth dealers, who ;athcred to see the 1937 display of new cars. Tom Holmes began work Monday of last week at the Modem Dry Cleaners. He had formerly been employed at the Kirsch laundry tot a number of years. Margaret Vlgnrs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars, who is a senior at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Pestotntk and daughter, Norma, Joyce Marie, And Nanette, spent the week end at Boone, visiting Mrs. Pestotnik's mother, Mrs. Joseph Martindaio. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cole and Mr. end Mrs. Earl Cole of Fairmont visited at the Jim Watts and Henry Guderian homes Sunda'y. Mrs. Cecil Cole Is Henry Guderlan's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Relnhardt of Sharon Springs, Kansas, are the parents of a baby boy born September 28, weighing eight and one- half pounds. Mrs. Re'nliardt will he remembered as Margaret Behler. Mr. and Mm. C. A. Miomyer enjoyed a visit from their son, Chest- ;r, over the week end. Young Mr. Momyer is married and has lived in Chicago for some years, where he Is employed by a large publishing house. Mrs. D. D. Paxson went to Des Moines Wednesday and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. D. D. Paxson and son, Charles, drove to Des Moines, Friday and joined Mrs. Paxson as guests at the Morrison home. Mrs. Monroe MUckelson and her small son, Phillips of Colorado Springs, and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Phillips of Greeley, Colorado, returned to their homes Wednesday after making a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Chirles Pommnren- fr and son, Delmar, visited from Tuesday until Friday In the southern part of Iowa. They were the guests of Mr. Pommerenlng's sister, Mrs. Will Freeze of Brooklyn, and his niece, Mrs. John Johnson of Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Allen and children of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Evelyn Van Allen, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen came home with the Aliens; she had been visiting at Fort Dodge during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bondor ol Lakehurst, New Jersey, came the first of last week for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Bonder's mother Mrs. Eva Gormann of St Benedict and other relatives anc friends. Frank Is doing aeronautical research work at Lakehurst. Miss Edna Meredith of Union Grove, Wisconsin, came last Tuesday for a few days' visit at the home of her uncle, T, H. Wadsworth. The last of the week they left for Union Center, where Mr Wadsworth will spend the next two weeks. Mrs. Alyda Allen, who keeps house for Mr. Wadsworth accompanied them to Mason City where she will visit relatives until he returns. Cottage Beauty Shoppe Dorothy B. Wilson (Successor to Edna Gilmore) Phone 128 119 So. Minn. St. Rite Croquignole Wave $3.00 Duart Oil Croquignole Wave $4.50 Realistic Croquignole Wave $5.00 Eugene Spiral Wave $5.50 Ritz Olive Oil Shampoo & Finger wave _—70c Plain Shampoo and Finger wave 50c Finger Wave, dried 35c, wet 25c l?o£ular prices on Manicures, Hah* Cuts, Facials, etc. i ft; 211 Satisfaction Guaranteed Progress Iflie aim of this new bank is to serve its public and customers well . . . that they and this institution may progress together. As the fall harvest is reaped in this locality and there is rejoicing in its abundance, we welcome you to Algona's Fall Festival Days, Sept. 30 and October 1. Member of Federal Reserve Bank and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Safety at Low Cost Protect your valuables by renting a safety deposit box in our vaults. Security State Bank C. B. Murlagh, PreaiUuiit •Y Hutchison, VU-i: Prcbidciit Vice President E. A. Scheme), Cashier Directors T. C. Hutchison G. D. Shumwuy R. W. Culdwcll H. Huubcry M. G. Bourne K. J. Hough J. W. Haggard Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer left Thursday for Waterloo, where they will spend a few days visiting relatives. Irene Capesim and Roth McKee spent the week end In Mason City as guests of Catherine Streit, and Mrs. H. C. Shipman. Frances Lnnon started to work at the Kirsch Laundry Monday morning. She was formerly, employed at Anderson's Cafe. Mr. Mid Mrs. O. C. MeKee and he letter's mother, Mrs. Ellen Stewart, spent Sunday at Latlmer. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kldd. Dr. and Mr*. H. M. Olson and Dr. and Mrs. L. Q. Baker spent last week Monday, at Mason City, where they attended a district dental meeting. Mrs. A. D. Lehman drove to Des Vtolnes, Saturday, to visit her daughter, Tola Lehman, who Is employed by the Central States Theatre Corporation. Mm. R. B. Waller left last Truim- day for LaCrosse, WIs., to visit relatives, and will also stop at Sparta, Wis., for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scharlach of Des Moines returned to their home Thursday after visiting at the icmes of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Melzar Falkenhalner arrived lome Saturday after spending a few days fishing on Lake Court D' Oretlles, at Hayward, Wisconsin. He reports that fishing Is excellent. Mrs. H. H. Frltse of Clarion, and daughter, Marjorie of Iowa City, and Mrs. C. C. Lucas and daughter, Maxine, of Kanawha, spent Saturday with Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Baker. Joan Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and tier grandmother, Mrs. James Crawford, and Annabelle Crawford drove to Fort Dodge to see Dr. S. ECnowles Friday. Adrls Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, returned Wednesday, after spending a week's vacation at Sac City and Sioux City. Adrls Is employed at the State Theatre. Antonc Johnson and Charles Taylor left Wednesday for Sioux City, where they attended the Kiwanis convention, returning on Friday. They report that they attended every meeting. W. O. Bogcr of Omaha arrived on Friday night to attend the funeral of Mrs. Matt Osterbauer, who was his wife's mother. Mrs. Boger has been at the bedside of her mother during her last Illness. Robert Bryan of Marshall, Missouri, is visiting his sister, Mrs W. D. Eaton. Robert spent from Monday until Saturday at Rochester, Minnesota. He had been here since the previous Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger ant son, Tommy, moved from Maaon City to Des Moines, Saturday. Mr Trauger is conected with the Firestone Company, and the Traugers were former residents ol Algona. Mable Kohl, who Is employed at the Bell Telephone Company, returned Sunday evening after spending a week's vacation visiting hei brothers and their families, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl and Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Kohl. < . -• Mn. Charlea ~ Roupe met her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Wltwer, in Mason City, Saturday, and they drove to Cedar Rapids to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe. Arnold la a son of Mra. Chas. Roupe. Charles Cretxmeyer, and his room-mate, Lawrence Flaherty, of Lowell, Massachusetts, left Friday, to begin their third year at the Harvard University. They spent the past week with Charles' parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Rex. Nelson brought Mrs. L. 3. Dickinson home from Des Moines Friday. She had been there since the previous Sunday. Rex returned to Des Moines tor Senator Dickinson, who spent Sunday and Monday in Algona, before beginning a campaign tour. Mr. and Mra. S. D. Oann of Nftu- voo, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish of Niota, Illinois, returned to their homes, Friday morning, after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton during the past week. Mr. Gann and Mr. Fish are uncles of Mrs. Barton. John Dutton left Thursday morning for Chicago, where he will spend a day, before going on to Jackson Heights, Long Island, to visit his sister, Mrs. William Quirk. He will also take in the world aeries at New York City. Mr. Dutton expects to be gone two or three weeks. Frances Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Larson, returned from Burlington, Tuesday evening, after visiting at the homes of her sister, Mrs. James Fenimore and her aunts, Mrs. Thorn Watnem and Mrs. Edgar Weimer for two weeks. Mrs. Fenimore will be remembered as Verona Larson, and the aunts are sisters of Mr. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Barton and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gnann, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish returned Thursday afternoon after visiting at Mrs. Barton's old home at Quinby. and at the home of Mrs. Barton's sister, Mrs. J. R. Cook at Webb. They had been gone since Tuesday. Mr. Barton, employed at the Algona liquor store, is having a vacation this week and next. Mrs. James Edmondstou and small daughter, Sheila of Birmingham, England, were Monday and Tuesday visitors in the V. H. Coffin home. Mesdames Edmundston and Coffin were school friends. Mrs. Edmondaton, a Humboldt county girl, was a Red Cross nurse overseas during the World War, where she met her husband, an Englishman. The Edmondstons sailed from England in July on the S. S. Aquitania, nnd will return in October on the Queen Mary. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon uud children, Craig and Joan, will mow to Humboldt, October 1 Mr. Lyon is resident engineer fur the State Higliwuy Commission. He has been located ut Algunu for the past four years. Tile highway commis- Mcm office is being moved to Humboldt. where the work is centered, Hid will be loculed there for the next two years. The George Henely, and H. A. Neverly families will ulso move to Humboldt. Merle Griggs. Claire Blossom, and Irma Greiner will not change their places of residence. Mr. and Mr*. E. C. Kent ot Indianola. Mrs. Whitt Wilson of Joise, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. J. . Shupe of Colfax were guests of r. and Mrs. Fred Kent last week Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The 'ormer are Mr. Kent's parents, and Urs. Wilson and Mrs. Shupe are ils sisters. Mrs. Mary Ring of Glcndale vis- ted last week at the home of Mrs. T. H. Holmes. Mrs. Ring Is the mother of Mrs. Tom Stull, former Algona woman, who now lives in jlendale, California. Mrs. Ring las been visiting Mrs. Ida Adoplh- son at Bancroft, where she was a teacher years ago. Fred Strandberg .of Bntte. Montana, was a mid week overnight cuest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kcei\. Is a classmate of the Keens, laving graduated with them In 1911 rom the Algona high school. Mr. Strandberg is now a mining engineer and has been located at Butte. Montana, for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal returned from Dayton, Ohio, Thursday, where they had been since the previous Saturday, called by the Illness of Mrs. Deal's mother, Mrs. Carl Tenny. Mrs. Robert Simmons of Graettinger accompanied them as far as Brazil, Indiana, where she visited relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom nnd «on. Dickie, returned from St. Paul the Irst of this week. Mrs. Bloom and Dickie had been there since the death of Mrs. Bloom's mother, Mrs. T. S. Melamed, who passed away wo weeks ago. Mr. Bloom drove up Friday, and spent the week end and Mrs. Bloom and Dickie returned with them. Harold Miller and Gene Smelwr of Oklahoma City spent the week end with the former's wife and to make the acquaintance of his baby son. Mrs. Miller has been visiting at the home of her father and mother, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse '.or the past few weeks. Mr. Miller is athletic director at the Cloos- en high school in Oklahoma City. Mrs. A. l>. Long Is expected home Wednesday from New Hampton, where she has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Jackson. While she WOW! For Men Only $22.50 and $24.50 SUITS at $1495 See our Special Windows (Fall Festival Days Only) ZENDER and CALDWELL Cummings' 5c to $1.00 NEW THINGS New Fall GLOVES all new styles 25c-39c-49c-69c SPECIAL VALUE Boys' All Leather Elastic wrist MITTENS 39c 49c 50 yd. skeins Uenimn- town YAEN ;$() colors New \Vash Dresses & Smocks 1.00 Calu'iitf Colored POTTERY JSec tJu' new low prices NKW— PEARL BEADS single or double strand IOc N r K\V EAR RINGS fall stvles and co IOc Cummings' 5c to $1.00 hns been nt New Hampton, her sister. Ruth Jackson, has been at Ntw Sheridan ns a Ruest of Mrs. Emery Grosenbnch. former Algcmn music teacher, who will be remembered as Grace Miller. Miss Jackson taught here,several years, but is stnying at home this year. SWEA CITY NEWS A seven pound girl, their first child, was born Friday, Sept. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord and daughter, Beth, went to Dumonl Saturday to spend Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ackerson and family and Marion Gibbons of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday of last week at the Lyle Ackerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blomstor, son Robert. Mrs. Ole Peterson and Mrs. Magnus Peterson went to Algona last Sunday to attend the funeral of Harold Sorcnsen. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Plum, Mrs. Jennie Zufall, son James nnd Mrs. Lyle Ackerson attended the funeral last Thursday, Sept. 24. of Mrs. Jennie Klelman at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyers, son Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Ardcn Hovey, spent Sunday at the Eugene Cutchall home at Fairmont. Mesa member of the Des Moines police FARM LOANS 5 to 21 Years No Commission to Pay Liberal Options Edw. Capesius Algona, Iowa Office New Heise Bldg. Phone 390 39-tf dames Meyers nnd Cutchall nre sisters. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Johnson of Des Motnes spent Saturday nnd Sunday nt the home of his brother, T. F. Johnson nnd fnmily. Mr. Johnson has for mnny years been Mrs. T. F. Johnson, president of the locnl Aid society, will be lay (iolegr\t(< nt the annunl Northwest Town Methodist conference at Fort Dodpe. Rev. O. R. McDowell went to Fort Dodge Tuesday morning t» ntteml the conference. You should look under the cabinets to find the reasons why some heaters save fuel, heat quicker and give more years of trouble-free service. Figures, measurements and ratings fool some people. Don't let them mislead you. Investigate! GLOW BOY and RAY BOY HEAT CIRCULATORS Compare them size tor size—weight for weight— and point for point with any other heaters, and and you will understand why they give you more for your money. See the novel fin construction that greatly increases heating capacity without enlargement of the cabinet. Phone for o home demonstration. By means of a miniature GLOW BOY, we will show you how efficiently these fins do their work. 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