The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 9
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OFFICIAL CITS AND COUNTY PAPER gligona Upper LARGEST CIRCULATION INKOSSUTH Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, Section Two. VOL. :R—NO. 39 58 New Cars, Trucks Registered in First 26 Days ot the Month FORDS, CHEVS HEAD LIST IN LATEST CHECK 1936 One of Greatest Tears in Motor History Fifty-eight new motor cars and trucks have been licensed during September, in Kossuth county, maintaining the already high average for the year. The list below ia for the first 26 days of the month. Fords Elmer Junkermeier, Elmore, Minn.; Jos. J. Sherman, Bancroft; Thos. Devlne, LJvermore; W. P. French. Algona; F. R. Gardner, Al- goria; E. A. Scheme!, Algona; Leo Holland, Bode; John Trunkhtll, Burt; O. B. Sonnenbcrg, Tltonka; Dutch'* Service, Algona; Ttllle O. Weaver, Algona; -Guy: Glddings, Burt; Jay Budlong, THonka; Vernon K. Burgeson, Armstrong; Melvin Yates, Algona; Warner Bcen- ken, Tltonka; Robert Siemens, Lakota; Frank J. Hauptly, Wesley; Al Rosenmeyer, Corwlth; L. J. Johnson, Bancroft; Dale Dundas, Burt; Harvey Hackbarth, Algona; O. F. Towne, AFgona; Mrs. Virginia Prlester, West Bend; and K. M. Larsen, Algona. Chevrolet* Nick Eischen, Algona; Kobus TJaden. Tltonka; David S. Beck, Algona; Alvln Erpelding, Bode; Leila M. Hanson, Lakota; P. J, Helmtte, Swea City; A. A. Schipuil, Lu- Verne; Chas. Dltaworth, Swea City; Nick Koppcn, Lakota: Theodore A. Dunmire, Tltonka; Bernard Yeoman, Algona; Arthur Wildin, Algona; George Swalve, Titonka; Sam Mogler, Algona; Donald F. Reinecke, Algona; Harold Roalson, Swea City; George Clnk, Wesley, Olen Smith, Britt; George Davidson, Fort Dodge; J. H. Zegraug, Des Molnes; Kohlhaas & Spllles. Algona; Leo Malecek, Wealey; and John Gelshecker, Llvermoro. Plymouth* Mary M. Denton, Bancroft; Carl B. Hutcblna, Algona; C. O. Ditch, Wart Bend; Kennedy & Parsons, Atgoaa; W. J. Galbralth, Algona; Herman Cade, Fenton. Dodges L. J. Gartner, Titonka; Klau* Wlbben, Bancroft; C. V. Smith, Algona. Chrysler Howard Mason, Corwlth. With one of the best automobile years probably In history about finished, automobile men are now preparing for the new 1937 models, which will appear on the market sometime within the next two or three months, sooner in some cases, perhaps. The new lines are not expected to differ radically from present vehicles, although some changes Ir. body designs will be made as usual. The tow priced car field has been broadened in the past year, so that several manufacturers of higher priced car* are entering machines to compete with the trio of cars that nave dominated the low-price field, and many other models have been reduced in price so that they too can reach the mass public buying which bring* volume production and lower unit cost as a re- salt. Algona Clergy Youngest Average Age in the State To refute the point that the ministry and priesthood might be peopled chiefly by elderly men, Algona has probably the youngest average age for members of the clergy in the state of Iowa. Rev. Robert M. Schwyhart, new pastor at the Baptist church, who is 29 years old, gives this community four pastors and one priest, with an average age of about 30 ye'ars, a most unusual record. In addition to the pastors and priest listed below, with their ages, Algona's pulpits are also occupied by Dr. J. H. Edge of the Methodist church, Rev. P. J. Braner of the German Lutheran church, and Father Davern of the Catholic church, none of whom are "elderly" men, by any means, and as peppy as their younger contemporaries. Auxiliary News Quota of 33 Wealey; The Legion Auxiliary mat last Thursday evening, with Mr*. Jack Studer, hoateM. It was reported that the society, whose quota U S3 paid-up members, already bad 28, and that the quota would be reached within a week. The ium of $2.50 wa* set aside to be paid the Camp Fire girl*, who are ward* of the local Auxiliary. The Meadame* Jack Studer and Anthony Johnson, who attended the school of ln*tructlon at Burt last week Tuesday, gave a full report. The county Auxiliary meeting will be held at Algona Tuesday afternoon, October IS, and the eighth district fall conference at Fort Dodge, Thursday, October 15. lira. George VlUthum will be the hofttoM at the next meeting of the local society Thursday, Oct. 8. Verna Stewart A Recent Bride Burt: Verna, daughter of D. M. Stewart and L*Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger were married a we«k ago Sunday at the Algona Presbyterian church, the Rev. Paul Carlson officiating. Ifr. and Mrs. Burger are at home in the house, which Mr. Burger recently purchased from Paul Lee. Mr. Burger is mail carrier on the ut* befwtien Burt and Bi- Burt Folks Wed Burger aad Verua Stew- .both of Burt, were married at gonj Presbyterian church, , by Rev. C. Paul Carlson. Rev. C. Paul Carlson is 32, and pastor of the Presbyterian church. He has been here for three years. *>' Rev. Schwyhart, who arrived in Algona a few weeks ago to occupy the Baptist pulpit, is 29 years old. Rev. George C. Vance, aged 31, pastor of the Congregational church, has occupied his present pulpit for a year and a half. Rewrites Of Ntwi From L«it Friday'* , Kotsuth County Advance DR. R. A. EVANS, Kosauth coroner, revealed in court testimony last Wednesday, that he was fired upon by Ralph Carrol) last July, as he was leaving the Carroll home in Seneca after serving papers on tho family. He said he had not mentioned the matter before because he was afraid he might alarm his wife. The shot pierced cores in tho Evans' automobile but did not injure him otherwise, although it broke the windshield. The teit- imony came out because attorneys for the elder Mrs. Carroll, who owned the farm, had filed action against Dr. Evans for contempt if court in that he had failed to file return of service of the writ. Mrs. Carroll, Sr, is asking $2,400 damages from the son, Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser, and his bonding company, alleging damages were due because her son was not removed from the farm a year and a half ago, when ordered to by the court. Judge DeLAnd ruled that service had not been sufficient. • • • JOHN DREESMAN, local produce dealer, U building a 60-foot extension at the rear of the building he recently purchased just east of the Champlin gas station on State street, and which property he recently purchased. A new basement is also being made. Swift & Co., it is reported, will begin work soon on a new building just west of their present site, which is to be an expansion of their present plant. • , A KOSSUTH COUNTY float appeared in the Republican parade at Des Molnes, Tuesday of last week, carrying banners for Dickinson, Landon and other GOP candidate*. Robert Harrington, county chairman, and Hiram White rode in the float, which was prepared at Des Molnes. • • • CONGRESSMAN FRED Gilchrist addressed members of the Woman'* club recently on the subject of "The Ameriatn Home aad its Legislative Protection." A din- uer at the Masonic Temple preceded the talk. Rev. M. Fuerstenau Leaves After A 3 Months' Vi»it Ucv. M. Puerstenau, formerly n freacher In Lotts Creek, now retired, left last Thursday night for Watcrtown, VVis., where he spends the winters with relatives. He has been in Algona visiting during the past several months. Before leaving, the genial, retired pastor, dropped in and renewed his subscription to The Algona Upper Des Moines, and expressed opinions on several of the problems of the day. He was especially disappointed to hear so much swearing on the city streets, and although liberal-minded in his viewpoints toward liquor, could not understand the fact that several people consistently make it a habit to appear on the streets under tho influence of liquor, without any official action being taken. We have enjoyed conversing on occasion with Rev. Fuerstenau, and trust that we shrill again Swea City Building Boom Is Welcomed Swea City, too, is going to experience something of a business boom, acording to n story in last Friday's Swea City Herald. The Swen City Hatchery is erecting a building on the vacant lots between the Swea City Implement Co. and Rachel's Cafe. And Adolph Mortensen, owner of the Swea City feed mill, has started excavating for n building on the lots west of the Iowa theatre. Expanded business is given ns the reason Boy Hurt Riding Bicycle Returns Home, Plum Creek Plum Creek: Donnld Larsen. son rt Jewell Lnr.ten. who wns In 'he Kossuth hospital several days, has been returned to his home. A car ran into Donald, while he wns on Ms u-ny home from school on his bicycle. The accident hnpponed on Monday nml the hoy's nrm \vns quite bndly hurt, govern! stitches being required to close the cut. H. D. Robinsnn has gone to Mi\son City to visit his children. Cnrl Albright is nt Owatonmt. Minn., doing fall plowing on tho farm he recently purchased. Mrs. Carl Albright nnd children uttended a reunion of the Gross family nt West Bend Sunday. Hosooe Mawdsley has been kept busy threshing clover and alfalfa seed for a number of farmers in this locality. An epidemic of colds and light cnses of flu Is making the rounds I'err. many being confined to their bpcla for several days at a time. Merle Hopkins, who is In a CCC cnmp near Hampton, was n visitor recently at the Howard Seelcy home. Merle Is the son of the late Clarence Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Crouch left for their home near Yuba City. California, on Tuesday nfter visiting here at the home of his mother. Mrs. Emma Crouch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Huff took Gco. Miller to Muscatlnc, Iowa, last Saturday where he entered n hospital for medical treatment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Huff visited relatives at lown City on their return trip. Miss Jeanne E. Altwegg of Elkader, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Altwegg. She was accompanied by Miss Jermaine Krikson and Marvin Miller and Darrell Higgins. Mayor Sets Down Mayor Carl F. Specht missed his aim, Friday morning, as he was preparing to enjoy a mid-morning cup of coffee In a local cafe, and landed on the floor. The stool was a trifle loose, and the mayor was unaware of the fact. Winterize your car now—Gamble's new line of Automobile Heaters now on display—Hot Water Heaters as low as *2.fl8—DeLuxe Models up to $9.69. Hot Air Heaters ns low as 98c. A complete line of Frost Shields, Defrosting Fans and Winter Fronts.—Gamble Stores. 39 Father Ahman of the Catholic church in Algona, is 27 years of age. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand of the First Lutheran church, also 31, came here four years ago. DR. HUMPHREY, custodian of the Call State Park for the last year, has been transferred to a state park near Sidney, Iowa, Eighteen friends of Mr. Humphrey gave him a sendoff last week. Paul Wills will probably return here as custodian, it is rumored. « • • VIRGINIA HUSKAMP, Fenton, and Durwood Eigler, also of Fenton, were united in marriage Monday morning of last week at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler. They will make their home in the Ray Ruske cottage. KOSSUTH HAS 6,000 more cowa than was the case in 1929, a department of agriculture bulletin declares. 0 • • PDBE DESTROYED the farm horn* of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Thompson, Swea township, about noon, Monday, a week ago. The firs presumably ignited from a kerosene stove to the kitchen. • • • MRS. JOSEPH DOBWEILER, of West Bend, was badly burned when a cooker exptadad la her home a week ago Monday. Glasses she was wearing are believed to have saved her eyes, but her neck and face waa showered wiUa burns. Quick or reg. OATMEAL Ige. size, 1Q r 48 oz. „ 10U 3 Mason Zinc JAR LIDS Per 18c dozen 101 Golden bantam CORN 12 oz. vacuum pack 2. „„. J5c Red Pited CHERRIES No. 10 gg can ••_•_— V J *' ...National. C'NDY BARS 3 for 10c COFFEE Butternut Folger's Hills Bros. Per lb. _ 29c Pure PRESERVES »e Standard TOMATOES No. 2 cans __ 29c Best Quality Jar Rubbers 3 dozen _ 10c Bulk Green TEA lo pkg. __ Our Mother's COCOA 2 lb 17c « can __ *' c ,,Heinz, . SOUPS Brown SUGAR 4 lta ...23c Graham CRACKERS 9 lb. * box ._ RATE GROCERY GREATER VALUES FOR OUR Fall Bargain Festival 4 Days—September 30th to October 3rd—4 Day* Bananas Choice Fruit Imrd yellow HEAD LETTUCE, crisp and solid _________________ head lOc TOKAY GRAPES, large, sweet fruit ------------ 3 Ibs. 25c POTATOES, fancy white Cobblers _ ----------------- pk. 33c SWEET POTATOES, clean, fancy _________________ 7 Ibs. 25c 40 Grain, bulk cider or white, gal. MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES ......... 4 pkgs. 19c BREAKFAST FOOD, buy three— one free _______ 4 pkgs. 33c COCOANUT, vnhite long shred, % lb. I6c ____ ----- — 1 lb. 28c Pork&Beans 27e PEPPER, good quality, fiine ground % lb. 15c PUFFED WHEAT, regular size 3 pkgs. 25c PEAS, 303 size, not soaked 3 cans 29c Creamery, 2 lh. Country Roll -MARSHMALLOWS, Edwards' tenderized 1 lb. pkg. 15c PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS, No. 2y 2 cans 2 for 29c .SARDINES, oval, mustard or tomato 2cans 19c .1 lh. cukes clear, well filled LA FRANCE pkg. 8c PEPPER, 2 oz. salt and pepper shakers 2for 19c YEAST FOAM pkg. 8c Spices ' 2 PINEAPPLE, No. 2 can, Formosa sliced _____________ can 19c CHORE GIRL, every kitchen needs one _________________ 9c BULL DURHAM TOBACCO ____________________ 6 pkgs. 25c Soda CRACKERS 2 lb 17c L box__ 1<L Strikalitc MATCHES fi box 18c u carton 1OC Bulk BLACK TEA lb. cello pkg. Iodized SALT boxes. P. & G. LDRY. SOAP W giant Oft- bars _ « K ' L Powdered SUGAR Robh-Rosa CAKE FLOUR 21c 234 Ib. pkg._- Good Quality PEAS cans __ 25c Fancy COOKIES Assorted cello Mirnule Whip Salad Dressing Quart jar ... 39c Arm-Hammer SODA 15c Medium OXYDOL 3 Ibs. __ 23c Cut Green BEANS No 2 cans __ Pink SALMON i lb. cans - Libby's Tomato Juice «* cam — All flavors JELL PWDR. Pure strained HONEY Oal. ______ 98c 5 lb. pail — 63c Old Dutch CLEANSER 2 ta ,, s ..15c Flour In the selling of Internationa! Milling Co. Flour we are convinced that we are giving our customers the best quality flour at the low- ist possible price. Starsota 49 lb bag 1.49 Pretty Maid 49 lb bag 1.69 Ibs. 85c Mystic 49 lb bag 1.89 Ibs. 98c Seal of Minn 49 lb bag 2.09 24% Ibs. 1.09 White or Dark LDBY SOAP 23c MEAT DEP'T We have just reason to he proud of our meat department. The newest, finest and most modern in Northern Iowa. \Ve sell only stamped corn fed heef and other meat products of like quality. Pic'cHams BACON SQUARES, sugar cured lb. 19c SLICED BACON, no rind, no waste lb. 24c BOLOGNA, special made, large ring lb. 14c Boiling Beef X.,, 9ic MINUTE STEAK, no bone, cubed lb. 22c BABY BEEF ROASTS, center cuts 15c 1st cuts 12y 2 c VEAL PATTIES, ready to fry 6 for 23c BULK DILL PICKLES, new crop 2 for 5c T BONK SUtLOIN BAKY SHORTCUTS Bfctl OYSTERS— COTTAGE CHEESE— FRESH FISH Sugar in sugar we recommend Goci- chaux's pure cane for every purpose for which sugar ia used. It has that ultra refined purity and you will get better results and will be better satisfied. It is nationally known for its superior quality. 100 Ibs. n dust proof towel bag $5.19 25 Ibs. CLOTH BAG $1.39 10 Ibs. CLOTH BAG 55c Assorted TOILET SOAP bars for 3 Crepe TOILET TISSUE roils for lOc T. N. T. LDRY, SOAP pkg .... 19c Gloss or Com STARCH 2 llb *• pkgs. _ I Help Water SOFTENER and work saver Large OO pkg. ____ £«>C lOc pkg. Free Paste Shoe Polish * cans __ Good Quality BROOMS All Corn 1Q 4 sewed _ *«'*• 14 oz. bottle CATSUP 25c Borrue VINEGAR 12 9c FREE HOT DOCS • • 2 DAYS

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