The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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Tuesday, September 29, 1936
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Twp. Farm Houae Bums Down fit* destroyed the farm home on PWilson place in Ramsey town* last Friday, it was reported ot the flre is unknown. ___ got out of control in - ftfder, taking everything with the house, except a few things * by the family before the enveloped the building. and buildings are own- The Algona Upper Des Homes, Algona, Iowa, ftept. 29,1936 ed by the Martin County National Bank of Fairmont, Minn., and the house was Insured, but the Paul- sons had no insurance on their personal property lost In the flre. The home was valued at about $2,000, and the Paulson loss will probably run around $1,000. Mary and Gladys Schnltc, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schultz, spent the week end at Knoxville visiting at the home of their friend, Frances Smith. Frances formerly was employed at the Sue Morlan Beauty Shop. Twenty Years News Deputy Postmaster Joe Besten- lehner had held an examination at the court house to fill the positions of postmaster at St. Benedict and rural motor carrier at Fenton. But one applicant for each position had appeared, Frank Holdeman of St. Benedict for the postmaatership, and William S. Clark of Bancroft for the position at Fenton. • w • The regular teachers' Institute was to be held October 5 and 6. Some of the best educators in the country had been secured to address the teachers at that time. All of these men were of national reputation, and each had contributed much in book, lecture or accomplishment to the educational progress of" those years. Special topics were to be treated for the rural teachers. Miss Wallace of the Algona schools was to conduct the primary work, and to give some class demonstrations. • * • Father W. H. Hatpin, the well known and beloved priest of this city, had passed away. He had died after suffering three strokes, in three days. Father Halpln was born in Fore, Ireland, In 1849 and was 87 years old. He had received his education in the colleges of Navln and Carlow, in Ireland. Completing his studies at Carlow in 1879, he came to Dubuque, where he entered the priesthood. He was the priest at Algona for many years. • * r Sheriff Samson had reported that the county Jail was empty for the first time since August 28, 1914. Frank Zender had been elected head of the local lodge of Knights of Columbus. Frank was a very popular young man. • • • Potatoes were selling In the stores at $1.75 a bushel. Late potatoes in the section were showing a very light yield. The same was true in various parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. • Mrs. £ W. Sullivan of Algona, and Mrs. R. S. Blossom of Fenton spent several days in Des Molnes visiting friends and shopping. • • * Archie Hutchison had been enjoying a visit from his sister, Mrs. Parsons of Denver, Colorado, while her husband, Dr. Parsons was in Chicago on business. The doctor expected to visit here later. Judge Qnarton had gone t» Des Molnes, where he was to appear in a case in the supreme court for Bowles, Billings & Kessler. • « • A new flre whistle had been trie* out in the city. Many thought there was a flre. The new whistle would awaken the dead—but we- got used to it. • • • The wedding of Fire* Oelgel MM! Miss Leota Hackman took place at the Presbyterian church, September 28. PLAN NOW TO SEE KOSSUTH'S SOUND MOVIE UNNIN' Also the Algona Upper Des Moraes' First Kossuth News Reel, Including an Industrial Section of Business Firms Represented on This Page It Takes Talent In a Sound Movie or to Correctly Care for Your Personal Appearance. We offer at Reasonable Cost Our Modern Equipment. STATE BEAUTY SHOP State Theatre Bldg. GertmdeM. Eichenberger All Over Kossuth They 're "Runnin' Wild" For Algona Bakery Co's Fine Products Stores at Algona, Burt, Bancroft and Swea City THE ALGONA BAKERY Cold Weather Ahead! COAL We're Ready to Serve You Now F. S. NORTON & SON Phone 229 Carpet and Drapery Cleaning Is A Specialty With Us ... See Some Samples of Our Service on The Screen MODERN DRY CLEANERS Phone 537 Algona, Iowa For the Next Four Days We're Ready To "Run Wild" With the Greatest Fall Grocery Sale in Local History 8KB OUR AD ELSEWHERE CUT RATE GROCERY Don White Phone 271 New Cars or Used Cars The Best Money Can Buy at The Motor Agency All Kossuth Is Talking About MAXWELL MOTORS CHRYSLER—PLYMOUTH Don't Be "Running Wild" Trying To Find The Best In Electrical Goods . . . Just Stop in at the . PRATT ELECTRIC CO. 214 E. State Phone 170 Stokely Canned Vegetables —Wholesale Distributors— KENNEDY & PARSONS CO. R K. Saunders, Mgr. I Showing At The 2 Big Days SAT OCT. 2 D. W. Baird presents ALGONA'8 OWN SOUND MOV0E CrazlMt Show of All HIM Runnin' Wild at BJUSTROM'S The Year 'Hound Skelgas—Philco—Vega—Frigidaire Delco Heat—Estate Heaters Stores in Algona and Swea City Don't Fail to See "Runnin' Wild" and Then Visit The Pine Room, The Place With the Distinctive, Homey Atmosphere HOTEL ALGONA R. A. Miedke, Mgr. Algona, Iowa Showing Films Of: • Kossuth's 2nd Field Day • Fall Festival Days • Algona HigK School Band • A Kiwanis Club Meeting • Boy Scout Drum-Bugle Corps • An Industrial Film Review Don't Misa This Unusual Movie Treat! Always at Your Command! GOOD SERVICE REASONABLE COST A Large Assortment ALGONA GREENHOUSES G12 N. Phillips Phone 305 Ollie and The Gang offer Congratulations to The Cast of "Runnin' Wild" and Invite One and All to Visit at THE BLACKSTONE State Theatre Bldg. Lunches, Meals, Soft Drinks Value Your Appearance Send Us Your Shirts KIRSCH'S LAUNDRY Phone 267 AT OUR NEW LOCATION North Store in New Heise Building We Invite you to vUlt our display and show room of mod- era plumbing and heating equipment at any time. LAING & MUCKEY Plumbing and Heating It's Fall:- " We Don't "Run Wild But Our Careful Financing Policy for New ilonji-s or Heiuodfliug Makes aii Investment in Building & Loan a Wise, Profitable Move. Algona Federal Bldg. & Loan East State Street Algoua, Iowa And You Can Run Wild in Our Store Among The Greatest Array of Fall Clothes Values in Our Memory. HUB CLOTHIERS Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds COMPLIMENTS OF MERRITTS FUNERAL HOME Phone 11 403 East McGregor Street Algona, Iowa "Loyalty to Home Industrie* Will Pay Big Dividend*" We appreciate the pftfgQpge of our many customers ALGONA ICE CREAM & CANDY FACTORY •J 19 Diagonal St. 'Phone 270

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