The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1936 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper D« Moineg, Algona, IQW&, Oct.. 27,1936 SKUUFRAOURE, BROKEN ARM AND OJtSFORYWra Two are Knocked tJncofc- sciottfl, Third (tetn* ltddical Aid Lone Rock: Three Lone Rock jpontla, namely Eugene Blanehard, Robert Gladstone and Harold Krae- gtat Met up with a serious accident while en route to Fenton Tuesday evening of last week. The boys were riding in a pick-up truck belonging to J. M. Blanchard and ••gene was driving. The accident occurred abound 8:30, two miles Mrthwest of Lone Rock near the P. Mr Christenseh farm. The ac- cident was due to a small tree which had blown across Che road. The boys, unaware of this, came upon it too late to stop. They raft over the tree, thus causing Eug- CTe to lose control of the car, which went Into the ditch and hit a tree standing near the roadside. Robert received several cuts on his head In two of which stitches were taken Harold received a broken arm. a cut on the head requiring stitches, one tooth was knocked out and a front tooth was broken off: three other front teeth were knocked loose, causing him to have all five removed. Robert was able to come home the same night and resume his school work. Eugene remained there until Friday. Harold is stay- Ing at Fenton. where he receives regular medical attention. The boys are all reported as getting along nicely now. The car was completely demolished and two of the boys. Eugene and Harold, were injured seriously, both of them being unconscious. Robert rushed to the P. M. Christenson farm for aid. Every week'A. & P. stores advertise the food they soil in over 2.200 newspapers .ill over the country. A Large part of this advertising is devoted to pushing the sale of products produced in Iowa—butter, eggs, poultry eggs, meats, lard, canned fruits and vegetables and other foods for which Iowa is famous. 77th Anniversary Values! Iowa State Brand Creamery Butter, Ib. 34c White Hoos« Evap. Milk 3 tall ens 20c Sultana Doc. cam 79c Red Beans, 16 oz. can 5c doc. cam Me Quick or Regular 4* OK. pkg. Sunnyfield OaU 15c Toifet Lux Soap 3 cakes 17c Prince Albert, Half A Half «• 2 ox. tin Velvet Tobacco lOc Rinso 2 Ige. pkgs. 35c Cleanser 3 cans 13c Apples 5 Ibs. 25c Sweet potatoes 8 Ibs 25c A&P-Fobfl Stores Mild * Mellow Coffee 8 O'clock 1 Ib. bag ISc 3 Ib. hue (SOo Sonnyfleld Flour 24!i Ib. bag 75c 49 Ib. bag $L49 a & H. Cane Sugar 10 Ib. cloth bag 52r 25 Ib. bag $1.30 100 Ib. bag $5.02 BEET SUGAR 10 Ib. bag 50c 25 Ib. bag $1.25 100 Ib. bag JAM Frre—SchoofWrit- ing tablet with 4 pkgs. Seminole Tissue 4 rolls 25c Fittt of Lu Verne Musical Programs Given on Tuesday LuVerne: The first of a series of programs to be given by the music groups of the local school, was given at the gymnasium last week Tuesday evening. The band opened the program with a group of selections. It Is directed by Fritz Grantow of Algona. This was followed by a number of songs by the girls' sextette with Betty Burtls, Ruth Neal, Mary Alice Bigingsf, Kathleen McClellan, Maxine Smith and Carmen Wermersen composing the group. Maxine Smith, Ruth Neal. Earl Hanselman and Bobb> Bigings were members of the mix. ed quartette. Miss Esther Christinn is the director Of these groups Harold Turpin presented the orchestra in four selections. A well filled house proved that the people of the community appreciate the ef forts of these groups. Minnesota Visitors Armstrong: Bernard Lorig and mother and Mrs. Elwin Lorig and son. Douglas, of Truman. Minn., visited Wednesday evening with Mtivps here. LOCAL NEWS wffi^^ SWEA CITY NEWS Wouldn't You Like To Own A FUR COAT? Special One Day Showing Wednesday, October 28th SRth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewing visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willard. at Spirit Lake last Friday, it being the S8th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gilles visited Sunday at the Roy Davidson home at Cylinder. Mrs. Mollie Haglund of Chicago arrived recently to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Anna Pearson Mr. and Mrs. John Krebsbach fcccnme the parents of a son. their first child, named Maurice Lee. Tuesday, Oct. 20. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Detz of Fairmont. Minn., were guests Sunday at the home of their niece, Mrs. Frank Thomson. Twelve members of the local M. E. Aid society attended the guest day program of the Aid at Buffalo Center. Thursday afternoon. Rev. E. H. Harvey. Mrs. T. F. Johnson. Mrs. Harry Berggren and Mrs. Fred Seylar attended the one day preaching mission at Spencer. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ewing and granddaughters, Ilene and Shirley Booton of Superior were guests on Sunday at the home of their son, Ralph" Ewing. . Guests at the Ray Lord home on Saturdiiy and Sunday were his fiunt. Mrs. Effie Carlson. Fargo, North Dakota, and his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lord and daughter. Quinton, Iowa. Allen Poolc, coach and instructor in the high school at Welton, Iowa, returned to his work Friday evening, after spending the week's corn husking vacation with Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Poole Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter and sons, Regniaid and Herbert, Gllmorc City, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sexe and daughter. Charlotte of Osage and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson and sons, Wayne and Gordon, Swea township, were guests Sunday at the Wm. Poole home. CLASSIFIED ADS Mr. and Mr*. Albert E. GroOfer* spent Sunday at Rodman a* gufestf of their friends, Mr and Mrs. •& Kuyper. Mr. and Mr*. F. R. B«f»dy and daughter, Jane of Britt were Suttj day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. Jack and Bill HiltoA Altd Perry White drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Ptirdue-Minne- sota game. Catherine Scfter of Mason City spent Saturday wl\h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sclzer. returning the same evening. Errlj-n Graham, who teaches the second' grade at Bryant school, spent the' week end with her parents at Waukee, Io\va. LONE BOCK NEWS Hold Guest Day The Lone Rock Ladies' Mite society held its Guest Day In the church parlors here. Wednesday. The ladies from Burt, Good Hope, Fenton and Ringsted societies were invited. Ringsted ladies were unable to attend because of another previous engagement. One hundred and ten ladies were present, and around $20 were taken in. Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Dorothy Sharp were on the entertainment committee. The program consisted of the following: Miss Helen Hueser of Algona, gave an Instrumental piano' solo; Allen Dearchs. Algona, and Miss Hueser. gave two trumpet and piano duets, Miss Anna Mae Sill of Algona gave a reading, "Mother Takes Part at the P. T. A."; Miss, Cowan, a missionary, who has been . visiting relatives in Algona, gave » :alk on Palestine. The junior* d*y'arid Friday "evenin play was a three-act co waft directs by Mite SMftfc. A Jsffe crowd attended ere taken in., The the high school Coffee Pot Mishap Muriel Long suffered a j?alnful injury wlien she •upset a coffeeiipot, full vt hot coffee, Saturday Jhdrn- Ing, scalding her right arm and right side. She was forced to have medical attention. A. A. Krueger made a business trip to Fort Dodge, Friday. Russell Sharp spent from Monday until Saturday visiting his parents, the G. A. Sharps, at Dayton. .'Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs. Melviri Hawks and daughter, Phyllis were callers in Algona, Saturday. Theodore Krueger began work Tuesday installing a new furnace in the Charles Nelson home, Cylinder. Miss Vera Morris, who teaches at Gowrie, spent the week end visiting, with her parents, the Charles MOrris family. C. M. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. N. I* Cotton and Mrs. William Kennedy of;.Burt made a business trip to M«S6n City Thursday. The Blanchard hardware store is hnving Its Interior painted. Donald and Eugene Blanchard have tjdqn doing the work. It is being painted in a cream color. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and •'"'"-You will start every day in the tbldest weather with a Tiger Super-Active Battery. Buy NOW and GET 2 GALLONS OF MOTOR OIL FREE with the purchase of our 51-plate Super-Active Battery. Fits most popular cars—3-year guarantee, exch price, $6.98.— Gamble Stores. 43 For Sale FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boar.—Leslie Jenkins & Son. 43-44* FOR SALE—Six white boars.— Lowman Bros., 6 mi. east of Algona. 43-4V 1 FOR SALE—Yearling Duroc Jersey boar.—E. B. McCorkle, phone 21F2, Algona. 43* FOK SALE—Quarter section, Webster loam, fair improvements. I'osse.ssion March 1. $2.200 will handle it. balance long time.—Edw. Capesii's, Heise Bldg., Algona. 43* FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars. Good ones.—Anton Vammen, Kingsted. 41-43-43* These are ideal fur-coat days—and nights. In anticipation of brisk selling, we have received from Jfewton Anuis, reliable Detroit furrier, a fine ealeotion of about 26 black Australian seal in sues 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. We wjll place these oa sale for one day at most attractive prices and you will he ccm-t-wise # 7 OU > t*ke a(i " vantage of this unusual opportunity. Come in and get our prices and our easy pay- meut teraaa. to FOK SALE—Hampshire boara, fall and spring.—Alphons Berte, Bode. Iowa. 39-44* IK YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to inquire at The Upper Dfcs Moines Office. We handle Underwood machine*, portable and standard bizt, and also used mach men from time to time, all reconditioned FOR SALK—Typewriter paper, ;uit received large ahtpment, good white bond paper, 40 cent a ream ISOO sheets).- Algona Upper De> Moines. For Rent FOK KENT—2fsO acre farm, 3% ii.ilt.-j isorlh of Alyoria on paving Leo Kuc-fc, Winni-bago, Minn. 43* KOK KENT-'-Wiirm, modern roif..s>. bf/urii if tiifcirtd. — )Ai\ ti:,y Cook, half block north, »*c- U houbt- '.ve^t of w&terworiu building. 43* FUk KKNT— Buuinea* office. In Hire Algouu Upper L>ea Mouiea icatt:'], modern, <.enur of city. sa-ti Wanted WAN'IKI) - Two corn Will pay lop waxes to two Hiarriet niui 1'. H. Hargreavea 01 Build Ktrnodcl— Kenn&nce our ntw low co»t monthly ruciu plun. J,owt»l coat home Jwuu --let u.i prow it Algona Suviiign & Loan AjM'n , Alyoija. la Lost-Found STKAYKU— Vuttn. fitlr ground* Hoibttin dttfr, 2 yru. oW Notil H. M. Colwtll. 43 EttTKAYEI> Ke.j pig" wt at 50 iba. 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