The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24,1936 CLEANS EVERYTHING it 6 ofljfltug foroitlttCittfijit of It's thegrettett new i4e» in detoef* tiftce Hootet ntrodncM Poiitfoft Agitation* thit Hoover dewing Sutemble btetks whit the put., in looks (Hear) DKyfatt modem design) ... in lightnew (nude with tittgnetiam, ofic-thtal tighter than •Itunltnun) ... in muting convenience! new to clemen (lj new $"i ^ fl fcstntet). wtiiwifefouio _l*w»*fc tfyit,withontobligition. Ptnblc atwU? Pratt Electric FHONE 170 Don't Let Wintry Blasts Scare You ... Order NORTON'S SUPERIOR COAL Our coal stock is complete in every line.. Let us fill your bins now from any one of our good coals. Our name stands for reliability and full value. F. S. Norton & Co. Phone 229 READ U. D. M. WANT ADS-IT FATS ANNUAL FENTON FATHER & SON BANQUET NOV. 17 Rev. Snyder Toastmastei —Bev. Wood Was Principal Speaker Fenton: FentoiTs seventh annual father and son banquet was held on Tuesday evening, November 17, in the M. E. church basement, served by the members of the Ladles Aid society. Rev. J. T. Snyder, pastor of the church acted as toastmaater and Introduced the speaker*. Rev. Allan Wood of Good Hope delivered the main address, Dr. B. K. Bahnson also spoke, oroup singing was led by Coach Vernon Clark with Edith Wolf furnishing piano accompaniment. Attend 4-H Banquet The following of the Fenton Forward 4-H club attended the annual Kossuth county 4-H boys and girls' club banquet at the St Cecelia's academy last week Tuesday night: Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Ella Dreyer, leaders and Mary Ann Bohn, Marjorie Johnson, Ruth Dreyer, Dorothy Dreyer, Faith Finnestad, Esther Leudtke and Lorena Dreyer. Elisabeth Ann Inman of Bancroft, girls' county president was given a gold medal for best record book. Prices were also given to girls for the best work on Achievement day. Viola Mueller and Ruth Dreyer were given gold pins for their demonstration earned in last simmer's Achievement day. The Fenton Forward quartet, including Mary Ann Bohn, Marjorie when your friends turn up their noses • • • blame C. O. (unpleasant cleaning odor). Save yotmwlf embarrassment .. . Next time get BAND BOX cleaning ... it's always ODORLESS. It's kinder to your clothes, and quicker. Kirsch Laundry & Dry Cleaners Phone 267 New Johnson, Faith' Fhinestad and Sluth Dreyer sang "Dreaming."' VCary Ann Bohn took part in the candle lighting service put ,on by Bancroft Busy Palft C. M. Frlnk accompanied the fontlac dealers to Detroit, Mich., ast week and drove back a new car Friday. Mrs. Edw. Prlebe, Mrs. F. H. Bonn, Mrs. C F. Wegener and Mrs. Carl Prlebe were Mason City visitors last week Tuesday. Mesdames Jdhn Light Roy Chrlschilles, Shelby Weisbrod and R. A. Ooetsch were hostesses to the M. E. Ladles' Aid on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Seims attended the oyster supper last week Tuesday evening at Emmetsburg, given by the Palo Alto cow testing association. Mrs. B. K. Bahnnon entertained the U-Deal-M club last week on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Jentz won high and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld the cut prize. Mrs. F. P. Newel and Mrs. H. H. Widdel were guests. Helen Elmore returned home last Friday evening from Iowa City where she submitted to an opera- Jon on her limbs two weeks ago. Hhe is now in a plaster cast and will return to Iowa City in six weeks for further treatment. The November meeting of the Legion and* Auxiliary will be held with Mrs. H. H. Widdel on Wednesday, Nov. 25. Members are asked to bring carpet rags and mag- azines which will be sent to the Veterans' hospital at Knoxvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jentz entertained the supper-bridge club last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons were guests. Mrs. Clarence Osborn won high score prize and Mrs. Newel the cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson of Lone Rock, who were recently married! sponsored a free wedding dance in the Fenton pavilion last week Monday evening. A large crowd attended. The music was furnished by Carl Nebbe and his orchestra. Mrs. Rex Wolfe entertained at two tables of bridge Tuesday evening. Mrs. F. M. Bohn won the draw price. Other guests were Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. F. H. Elgler, Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Mrs. H. H. Widdel and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod. Lloyd Coleman of Palestine, Colo, visited at the Herman Krause home a week ago Sunday. He is a brother-in-law of Ervin Krause and Mrs. Coleman Is a niece of Herman Krause. Mr. Coleman came here from Butterfleld, Minn., where he attended the funeral of an uncle. Mrs. A. J. Krause, Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mrs. H. W. Schulte entertained forty ladies at bridge on Thursday afternoon at the Krause home. Mrs. Alviii Zumach won the high prize, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod second high and Mrs. F. F. Mueller consolation. A delicious two course luncheon was served following the cards. 80 AT RECEPTION, THURSDAY FOR NEW LONE ROCK MINISTER Rev. Thomas Adends Is Honored By a Varied Program Lone Rock: A reception was held at the church parlors here Thursday evening in honor of the new pastor, the Rev. Thomas Arenda md family. The program was as follows: opening prayer; congrega- lon sang "America"; instrumental rio, Ellwyn and Jerald Godden, of Seneca and Vernon Hollister with guitar accompaniment; solo, Miss Lillian Coombes accompanied on the plan by Miss Mabel Howe; trumpet solo, Miss Eva Freer, accompanied on the piano by Miss Mabel Howe; Instrumental trio, Ellwyn and Jerald Godden and Vernon Hollister; closing song, "Take Some of Jesus With You," by the congregation. A social hour and lunch followed the program. About 80 persons attended. ' Cagers Win, Lose The Lone Rock high school basketball teams played the Whittemore public school teams here Tuesday evening. The girls lost 44 to 20, but the boys won 33 to 4. They also played at Ledyard Friday ; evening, the girls being defeated 39 to 29, and the boys by 21 to 20. ng gravel and the doctors, lawyers, merchants and chiefs of Al- ;ona were busy graveling the roads n Kossuth county. The following Algona business men were busy Tuesday shoveling gravel: Claude iamson, C. R. Madson, K. D. tames, C. O. Simpson, Howard Beardsley, C. J. Dreesman, George 'alne, L. A. Stacy, J. W. Bartholomew, Tony Anderson, James Cruikshank, Lars Sorensen, Dennis joeders, Glen W. Jenklnson, W. C. Steele, Melzar Haggard, S. Howard, Martin Peterson, L. E. Fairbanks, Al Falkenhainer, Harold Neville, C. H. Klamp, Fred Behlmer, A. W. Sprague, Earl Peterson, T. J. Vincent, E. H, Lusby, M. P. Weaver, Arthur Ferguson, O. T. Anderson, Abner Long, R. M. Qulnby, C. A. Momyer. R. A. Painter, I. G. Dewel, Herman Wehler, Gus Swanson and Dr. Kenefick. Alarshal Hackman and Night Watchman Anderson had arrested two well dressed men In the hotel and confiscated three cases and a large hand grip, all filled with pint bottles of booze. They had come to Algona on the Northwestern evening train, had carried their grips about a half block, and had entered a bus. This had excited suspicion and a search warrant I had been Issued which had result- | ed In their arrest. • * • Horace Clapsaddle waa a Sun-1 day guest of Dr. and Mrs. dapsad- dleotBurt.' *.- '--*•-,- West Bend Quint* Split With Curlew West Bend: The Curlew basketball teams came over Friday evening and played a double header with the local teams. The West Bend girls won from the visitors and the boys lost. The girls' team, coached by Gerald Agard, is making a good start. They play Rodman, here, Tuesday evening and there will be two real games. The largest selection of Dolls we have ever shown. You will find everything that's new and different at Gamble Stores. 16" t>oll with real hair, 39c—Popeye Doll, 98c. 47 Toes Dlllu Marlowe had th« mlsfor-l _*_„.. I._M tune to break three of the toes on Mr. and M™. K. J. Rfurtagh had his right foot Wednesday. He was I gone to Des Moines to transact assisting with a load of corn when I business and visit friends. It fell and landed on his foot, * * * Nearly 100 beautiful Mohawk Rug Patterns ar« now on display—if you enjoy seeing Beautiful Patterns, soft colorings and the latest designs in Rugs, we feel sure you will take advantage of this big snowing to choose that rug you need so much to add cheer and comfort to that living room for the winter months ahead. We want to know how many folks read this adv. and in order that we may check same, we w ill accept this advertisement as 10% of the cash price on any Mohawk Rug in stock at our regular low prices. RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company breaking the toes. This is the second of this kind of accident to happen here In the past week. ' Lone Rock Girls Wed» Miss Gertrude Blerstedt, daughter of Mia. William- Bierstedt and Raymond Bartlett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett of Titonka, were united In marriage at the Lutheran church in Bujrt,' Thusrday. The wedding took place at high noon, the Rev. Richmond officiating. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Degner of Minnesota Lake, Minn. Mrs. Degner and Mrs. Bartlett formerly taught school together in Minnesota. Following the cermony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's mother. That evening a reception was held for the relatives of the bride and groom at the home of the bride's mother. The evening was spent In playing five hnndfetl'The couple will make their home at Titonka, where Mr. Bartlett manages and operates the theatre. u— i --' Twenty , Years Ag ( News Superintendent Shirley had been busy visiting rural schools. . • * District court had adjourned after a busy session. Many old cases on the docket had been cleaned up and numerous drainage canes had been settled. Banker John Cullen of Whltte- more had been over with his son, | Maurice, aged about 14; and had had an x-ray examination made of his arm which had been broken while cranking a car. There wu* a little excitement at the Dr. W. E. Kain residence, when a burglar was dicoyered under one of the beds in art'Upstalcs rbohl. The Kaina had heard an unusual noise upstairs and accompanied by Harry Lewis had proceeded upstairs to investigate!, A careful search of the chambers 'above had revealed a man's foot protruding from beneath one of the beds. The men dragged him out. The fellow claimed to have wandeved hi to-the house while in a state of intoxication. Dr. Kenefick had used a stomach pump on the man and said that there had been ao> traces of liquor. He was then Urrest*;d : charges of burglary. •on of creamery board, L. 8. EdwarcU had tendered his resignation as butter- maker and expected to return to his work in the south. M. P. Christiansen was hired for one year as buttermaker. . . * Joe Croce, for many yearn an Algona citizen, died at Minneapolis at the Asbury hospital. He had lived but a few hours following an oper ation. Mr. Crose and family had left here several years before and had settled near Randall, ' Minnesota, where be had conducted a farm. Mr. Crose had been well known in this section and he bad many old friends who regretted to learn of his death. The farmers hod beep havul- m '•-I/ to see tlie Armstrongs QuakerRugs at our store Dozens of new patterns now in stock Special for 10 Days heavy grade 9x 12 5-yr. guaranteed rug $6.95 Heavy grade new San- duras close out at $6.95 9x12 RICHARDSON Furniture Co. ALGONA PREACHING MISSION Eight Days Nov. 29-Dec. 6 Churches cooperating 1. Methodist Episcopal 2. First Congregational 3. First Presbyterian 4. T/lrst Baptist Union services at the Baptist church, Sunday night, Nov. 29th. The president of Morningside College will be the guest speaker for the union service. Services in each of the cooperating churches during the week Monday thru Friday, at 7:30. The public is cordially Invited to attend all of these meetings. Grocery A » ' HOLIDAY Foods That Satisfy — At Reasonable Prices Peanut Butter, first grade, full quart 19c Tuna, yellowtails two £ Ib. cans 25c All white meat. Whole Beets 2 Ige. cans 25c 15 or over—red delicious Vanilla, imitation , 8 oz. 15c Crackers, Fontana 2 Ib. box 18c Prunes _. 10 Ibs. 59c Golden Cane Syrup & gal. 29c Sweet Potatoes 6 Ibs. 19c Grade Fruit, Texas seedless 6 for 19c Individual Squash 3 for lOc DICED FRUITS, CITRON, NUT MEATS, GRAPES, CELERY, HEAD LETTUCE MEATS Hamburger, fresh ground beef 2 Ibs. 21c Steaks, any cuts per Ib. 18c Beef Roast, tender baby beef lOc and 13c Horse Radish, pure, very fresh, Ig bot 9c Fresh Oysters, extra standard, fresh daily BASKET GROCERY RACKET SALE i • Nationally Known S«t« at a Fraction of Their Original Cost. The Tubes Alone Are Worth More Than We Ask for Complete Set Atwater Kent 6 tube Table Mantel Set fit (less batteries) Crosley Electric 7 tube Console Musicair Battery Mantel TAKE YOUR CHOIH**T A REAL BUY ON 4 TUBE CROSLEY BATTERY MANTEL CORONADO BATTERY MANTEL less batteries R. C. 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