The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 13, 1936
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The Algona Uppef Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 13,1936 CANDIDATE FOB County Sheriff I will greatly appreciate your support in the Nov. 3 election. And if elected I faithfully promise a clean and efficient administration on a fair and square basis. I* VOTE FOR Gilbert Hargreaves Republican Nominee '//SS/S/S//////////////////////////'//'//////////////////. AR CORN We are now in a ition to buy ear corn Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Milwaukee Track 41-42 Norrine Grelner and Virginia Morck spent Saturday at Mason City. Ange Roorda of Clear Lake was L week end guest of her friend, ifrs. F. B. Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanson spent Sunday in Mason City visiting Mrs. lanson'a daughter, Pauline Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert spent 'rotn Thursday until Saturday at Des Moines attending a Chevrolet school. Maurice and Fred Bartholomew and Art Keicker drove to Cass Lake Thursday morning for a week's fishing trip. Mrs. L. G. Baker was 1U with the flu during the past week and was confined to her bed. She Is improving at this time. Kate Skinner spent the week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner. Kate is now headquartering at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Seller spent Sunday at Mason City visiting their daughter, Catherine, who is In training at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Ed Hanson's father, Carl Volgt, and sister, Ella Volgt, of Whittemore were guests at- the Hansen home Thursday evening. Mrs. Hazel Forbes and Mrs. Orville Elklns spent Wednesday at Graettinger as guests of Mrs. Robert Slmonsen, who we remember as Sue Morlan. Mr. and Mrs. Beamish of Iowa Falls are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart Olive Lettte of L&kote Is assisting at the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan office this month. Henry wlDejr of Tacoma, Washington, visited his uncle, Jess Willey, here last Wednesday. Darlene Hnntley of Elmore, Minnesota, spent the week end with her friend, Beulah Hartshorn. Kenneth Dooley of Albert City and son of Pat Dooley, spent Sunday with his uncle, J. J. Dooley. Mary Nerby of Lake Mills arrived Thursday to spend a few days visiting her friend, Berntce Lud- wlg. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler of Sioux City spent the week end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Pat Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson drove to Minneapolis Thursday on a business trip and to attend the Minnesota- Nebraska game. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen and family of Fort Dodge were guests of Mrs. Allen's sister, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Presley Safchet of Union township spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A, McArthur in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Moses and children, Dick and Sally, of Storm Lake were guests of their friends, Clear i^axe, ininn-auui, oaiuruajr iu i „ __ _ („ nlnntaen vears The «_&S^A"i_?m»^^ who have been there the past three weeks. BUI Dailey spent the week end] with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dally. Bill is employed at the Am- rican Optical company in Des ifolnes. Jerry Good, little son of Phyl- 1s Good, was confined to his home with a cold that settled in his neck glands, last week. He Is now 1m- irovlng. Boyd. Algnoa The res Paul Danson drove to >ear Lake, Minnesota, Saturday to Margaret Vlgars, who Is attend- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hllsteadt, Sun- ng the Iowa State Teachers Col- | day, ege at Cedar Falls, spent the week ~ nd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and itr. and Mrs. Harold Quarton of Newfoundland attended the Neb- 'aaka-Minnesota football game at rlinneapolis Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford md family moved into their new lome on north .Minnesota street Thursday. They were formerly located on east McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre spent the week end at Iowa City, visiting their son, Bob, who is attending college there. Bob recently pledged Sigma Nu fraternity. Dr. and Mrs. H. B, Gibson and little daughter, Maxlne, spent Sunday at Pocahontas with friends C. Herman was called to Perry, Friday, to attend the funeral of a friend. Kathryn Misbach, Wtio teachr* home ecnomlcs at Emmetsburg, spent the week end here with her father and brothers and assisted them in getting settled In their new apartment over the Misbach store. E. B. Waller, St. Paul, Minnis spending a few days here visit- Ing his son, Russell. Mr. Waller retired from railroading last November, making his final trip on the Northwestern road's famous "400" train. Football between Nebraska and Minnesota In Minneapolis, Saturday, drew a large delegation of local fans. Among those attending from Algona were Herb Potter, former Nebraska quarterback, Qene Wray, C. W. Nlcoulin, Russ Waller, Don White, Mark Stanton, Dud McDonald and many others no doubt. Consul-General and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton began their return trip to Newfoundland, Tuesday morning after spending a month as guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. On the return trip they will make stops at Washington, D. C, New York City and Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg left for Chicago Sunday. On their way they stopped at Iowa City and spent Sunday with their daugh ter, Isabel, who is attending the University of Iowa. All of Mrs Greenberg's people live In the vicinity of Chicago, and they will spend a week visiting them. Judge Quarton left Monday evening for the National Dairy Cattle Congress at Dallas, Texas. He will be gone a week. During the past twenty years the;judge has missed only one National '- spent a few days In Des Moines, and Eleanor made a short trip to !owa City, returning the first of the week. Guest- of Mrs. Tom Sherman arriving Monday evening were her sister, Mrs. R. J. Kennedy, and her cousins, Mrs. George Rentz and Krs. John Moore, all of Minneapolis. They will be here the remainder of the week. Mrs. P. J. Grelner's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndorfer of Milwaukee, her sister-in-law, Vfrs. William Arndorfer, of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, and her niece, Mrs. Barton Stevenson of Hettinger, North Dakota, returned to their respective homes Friday, after visiting since Monday at the P. J. Grelner, and Walt Lichter homes in Algona, and at the John Arndorfer home in St Benedict. The former Clara Billings, who Is now Mrs. Anderson, accompanied by her daughter and the daughter's husband, were Algona visitors last week Monday. They visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rtst, and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. The object of their visit was to see the old Billings estate, which John Frankl now owns. Mr. Anderson 1 ! father built the homestead anc Mrs. Anderson lived there unti she was twenty years of age. In Appreciation We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their klndnes luring our bereavement.—Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Durnln and family, Wll- ma and Wilfred Runge. 41* taoaixaixaaB!^^ J. J. DOOLEY Democratic Candidate For County Recorder YOUR VOTE NOVEMBER 8 WILL BE APPRECIATED X&B$S83S&8%XXXX&CStX^^ ^••••^B^M^^B^^BBB^B^^^— Junior Theatre only man Charles L. Hill of Wisconsin. Mrs. Elisabeth R. Sarehett reached the 88th milestone in her life on October 8th, 1936. She passed the day quietly at her home in east Algona, where she has lived for 58 years, and where a number of her children were born. Her husband, Charles W. Sarehett, a Civil War veteran, died in December, 1910. Eleanor Fraser left Tuesday for iw. .-.j M-. r- R. Holt iment Ames, where she will be a guest of Air. ana Mrs. v/. t*. MOH spent i f n__«u i?n« TUT* trnf SEtsftff* war v,< I s viSiff^JS^s J Zender & Caldwell's Values and Styles Are the Best ..,,.,.... •.., »>.'-;- - ... . You must realize that our business /depends entirely on the confidence the people of this community have in us. If folks did not believe, without preservation, in our good faith and reliability; if they didn't know that dollar for dollar our values are second to none, they would not trade here, and our business would not be what it is today. We've always been right here close to you, where we could keep a watchful eye on the things liked best, and where you could come in personal contact with our organization. We feel a neighborly pride and satisfaction in , serving you, and we'v made folks glad to trade with UH," because we always give them the best that's in us, <M 'that's about the best than can be had. The men's apparel that we offer here for fall represents the pick of the country's finest values. The styles are the freshest and the latest to be had. flfoe. materials are excellent and the prices, of course, are the lowest. SUITS and OVERCOATS 14.95 22.50 24.50 29.50 to 45.00 Talk with us about your winter clothing. Tender & Caldwell Shoes Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boyds were former IdenU. Katherlne Borgenson spent th week end with Mrs. Sadie Frank Katharine Is connected with th Federal Art Schools of Minneapolis, where she is a vocational dl rector. Lawrence Flnley, Dave Phillips, and Paul Berger spent from Friday to Sunday at Champaign, Illinois. They attend the football game between the University of California, and University of Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. John Pastel have come to Algona from Jefferson. They arrived Thursday, and Mr. Paasel will 'Operate the, new dry cleaning plant at the Kitsch Laundry. Mrs. Pa*Ml is the sister of H. W. Godden. O. W. Eriek-oa left for Minneapolis Saturday to attend to business matters, and to attend the Nebraska-Minnesota football game. He returned to his home Sunday. Mr. Erickson is in the hardware business here In Algona. Mrs. Boy Bjustrom and her sister, Mrs. H. W. Keicker, and their Blnkert Is manager of the Graham store there. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dau and family drove to Swea City Sunday to see Mrs. Dau's mother, Mrs. Peter Enters, who was celebrating her birthday. Roy Fetters went to Marshalltown Sunday to visit relatives. He Is employed as bartender at the Pine Room, and is enjoying a week's vacation. John Anderson, former Algonlan, who now lives in Wells, Minnesota, waa visiting Algona friends the first of the week. He lived here about twenty years ago. Mrs. Glen Roland, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Mrs. Wallace McDougall, Katherlne Stewart and Betty Scanlan were In Mason City Saturday attending a party. John Dutton returned Friday after spending a 16-day vacation In New Tork City and Lone Island. He took in all of the games In the World Series, and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Uunuth and Mr. and Mrs. William Ryno of Fort Dodge met Irene Lamuth at Fort Dodge, and spent Sunday at Mason City. The party were joined by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth of Mason partment at the Iowa State College and Walter Fraser was one of his pupils. Mrs. Fox and Eleanor In Appreciation We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind deeds ahd beautiful floral offerings dur- ng our bereavement.—Mrs. George D. Moulton and family. 41 BINGO PARTY Meet your friends at the Bingo Party Saturday Night, Oct. 17 at V. F. W. hall formerly I. O. O. F. hall. Lunch will be served, playing begins at 7:30. V. F. W. Auxiliary 2 Excellent Features 2 Tues., Wed., Oct. 13-14 Last Two Days—Grand Entertainment Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 15-16-17 Saturday matinee 1-3 o'clock 3 New First Run Features 2 21c—Always—21c Preston Foster Gene Autrey "Guns and Guitars" In "Muss 'Em Up" Saturday—Remember the Opei Olub Contest for Boys anc of the Coin' Girls. UBE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, left for Remer, In northern Minn., Thursday, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. Locke and other relatives until the first of the week. O. 8. Relley's parent*, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Relley and sister, Mrs. Altia Bruce and two children, Roy and William, of Red Oak will arrive Thursday for a short visit. Mrs. W. 8. Reiley will attend the eighth district Woman's Federated club convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel went to Waterloo, Friday, to attend the third district joint meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Auxiliary. They will also visit at the home of Mrs. Thiel's sister and family, returning to Algona today (Tuesday) or Wednesday. Mrs. W. J. Becker took her mother, Mrs. Matilda Johnson, to Wesley last week Monday, to the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Thursday. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Haverly left for Denver, Colorado, where they will visit at the home of another daughter of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Forest Putney, who will be remembered as Ethel Johnson. Mrs. Haverly will make a ten days' visit, but Mrs. Johnson will spend the winter there. She baa spent two months visiting in Algona and Wesley. . City at the Green Mill and enjoyed a turkey dinner. FOR SALE One good used table model Coronado Radio, 2 volt. One .Console Model Coronado Radio. Just like new. One good used Arvin heater. Complete with thermostats $4.00 One good used electric washing machine $15.< JOE BLOOM NO odor NO shrinking NO fading Faster Better Safer Mid-Week Specials 60 Ib. bag yellow ONIONS S9c Kief er Canning PEARS box $1.35 Last Call—Fresh PRUNES $1.15 COCOA 21bs. 13c LET OUR FBUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT HELP YOU TO SERVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT Artichoke*, Persimmons, Radishes, Lettuce, head and leaf. Chines* Cabbage, P«pp««. Red or White Cabbage, CarroU, Tomatoes, Cuks, Quince, Squash, Pumpkins, Limes, Pomegranates, Sweet Spud*. KNOW YOUR MEATS WEDNESDAY ONLY ANNOUNCING A New, Complete, Quality Service Open to the Public, Wed. Oct. 14th BAND BOX CLEANING around Beef -12V_c alwpy* a tevoriU Country *tyi* Sausage -88c Bacon Squares -_22c round or sirloin Steak — IPo- Spare Riba Mo Cheese 83e No. l Colby Baldwin Food Mkt Your t . 4i Phone 385 Now you can have your clothes really cleaned. We have installed our new BAND BOX system to handle them more carefully, to clean them more thoroughly, safely and quickly. Ours is Perfect Cleaning and perfect service. Velvets, Woolens, Laces, Furs, Silks, Satins are cleaned with the same perfection. Their luster is restored, their nap is lifted, their colors brightened. No matter how fragile, how costly or soiled, every article is returned to you safely and clean. And there is never any unpleasant odor, or fading or shrinkage. We invite you to inspect our plant and see how it's done. Kirsch Laundry & Dry Cleaners North Thorington Phone 267

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