The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. Iowa. Dec. 16,1936 TTTONKA PLANS ., Dec. 23, Kids to get . Fre Movies and Other Treats TfUonka: All roads will lead to Tl- tenkft Wednesday, December 23. lor On that day the children of the vicinity will be given & free movie at two p. m. and after the movie the exercises at the Christmas tree will take place. It la to be a gala Christmas week. Commencing Saturday, December 1Mb, the opening of the Tltonka Hatchery, where free coffee will be served all day, besides there will be 8 geese, 8 ducks and 5 turkeys released from the top of the hatchery building at * p. m. Monday is Turkey Day and there will be M birds given away from the tops'of the business houses. Tuesday, December 22nd, special show at Tyke theatre. YOUNG HAM WHO IURNED FACE II Reynold Person Burned About Face North of Lone Rock FOR XMAS Give slippers as they will always be appreciated and if the size is not right we will change them after 'Christmas. Buy now while our stock is complete 50cto$2.00 Christensen Bros. Shoe Pepartmenl Lone Rock:> Reynold Person, who was burned badly around the face, when he attempted to go upstairs and battle the flames which destroyed the Lee Person farm home, a week ago Sunday, Is reported as recovering nicely from the effects of his experience. The fire, which was reported in last week's Upper Des Moines and Advance, destroyed the farm home and furniture therein, at the Person place, three miles east and one- half north of Lone Rock, when a small oil heater exploded. Mr. Person plans to build a double garage and live there until spring when plans for a building can be made. The Persons are living at the Dan Harris home, north of Lone Rock. 4 on Sick List Four persons were reported on the sick list for the past week: I othy Jensen placed third and the other Lone Rock contestants did not place. LuVeme won the cup. Fred Flatg made a business trip to Des Moines, Tuesday. Ruth Kueck spent the past few days visiting « the Leo Lampe home, Bancroft Miss Gladys Bierstedt spent the week «nd with her parents, the E. C. Blerstedts, Hurt. ffilma and Harold Krueger spent Thursday afternoon visiting at the Clarence Theesfleld home, Fenton. The ne*t meeting of the Legion Auxiliary ladles will be held at the home of Mrs. Emll Kraft, Jan. 8. Mrs. John Newbrough spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, the Lem Marlows. Elma Krueger attended the Mothers and Daughters banquet at the Methodist church in Fenton on Thursday evening. The next meeting of the Ladies' Mite society will be held at the home of Mrs. William Krause, on Thursday, Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank of Oelwein, called at the Jim Ackerman home, Friday. The Spranks were formerly of this place. Miss Betty Householder, who is employed at the Berkland cafe, Rlngsted, spent Friday afternoon at the home of her uncle, the Frank Householders. Mrs. Scott Carr and daughter, Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. James Carr of Phillips, South Dakota, About Town Says Frank Flalg and daughter, Mary Ann; Ralph Hurlburt and Henry Kueck, the latter two being both victims of the flu. , In LuVerne Contest The final junior high nchool declamatory contest was held at Lu- Verne, Wednesday evening. Pupils from Lone Rock contesting were: Lucille Genrlch and Maxlne Flalg In the dramatic division; Charles Thompson In the oratorical division, and Dorothy Jensen and Wilma Marlow In the humorous division. Fred Genrich and Miss Eva Freer, Junior high teacher, accompanied them to LuVerne. Dor®he Jttost Acceptable (fthtistthfUS Gift 7s ^4 Practical One And Bju«trom'« Have Exactly That in Every Department; Gifts That Last a Lifetime, Bring Real Happiness Skelgas Ranges 1937 Frigidaires This year, give for the joy of Living. A Skelgas range is more than a gift. . It is a real necessity in every home. A model to fit any family's needs. Phiico Radios Amazing performance, the new 1937 I'hilcos, from the largest radio stock to be found in Kossuth Co. $20 to $200 Lower operating cost . . . safer food protection . . . faster freezing and more ice ... five year protection plan is your guarantee $85 and up MaytagWashers A "Made in Iowa" product that hniulreds nf Kcissuth homes now ,..,j,,y—\vliy not your own. -With (•'(.•(•trie or gas-driven power nits. WE WELCOME YOUE VISITO--OUE STORES HAVE A PULL DISPLAY OP THE ABOVE LINES. EASY TERMS AT BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Algona Swea City were guests at the Jim Ackerman home, Thursday. Oscar Warner of Fenton was a guest at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Mary Ellen Culbertson was a dinner guest there Saturday. Eugene Blanchard, student at the Hamilton business college, Mason City, spent the week end visiting with his parents, the J. M. Blanchards, He returned Sunday. The annual church dinner and bazaar sponsored by the Ladles' Mite society was held at the church Wednesday. A large crowd attended and around $55 were taken in. Mrs. F. A. Macumber and son, Clarence, were business callers in Fort Dodge, Saturday afternoon. They also visited with their daughter, Dorothy, who is employed there. Mrs. Mary Ellen Culbertson and Miss Lucille Dearchs of Algona, spent last week in Iowa City. The girls attended a salesmanship school. They returned Tueday morning. Dr. and Mrs. Dell Angus of Lawton, Oklahoma, came Monday afternoon for a few days' visit at the N L. Cotton and Bert Angus homes. They returned to their home, Friday. Sewing circle was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Hill, Thursday evening. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Alex Krueger next Wednesday evening, Dec. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hanna and Theodore Krueger and daughter, Elma, and Mr*. Mark Simmons of Fairmont (who has been visiting here) spent Friday afternoon visiting and shopping in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gelteen- auer moved Into the housa belonging to Fred SchulU, Sunday. The house Was recently vacated by the Calvin Householder*. The Ortt- zenauers formerly lived above the SchulU store. Mrs Eldon Marlow and children, and Mrs. Mary Ellen Culbertson and son, Danny, were guests at the Charles Kollasch home, Bancroft. They visited with Mrs. Jesse Marlow and daughter, Lee Ann. Lee Ann was severely burned last week. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and two sons, Donnle and Dickie and Mrs. A. A. Krueger took Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. H. M. Oaher, back to her home at Graettinger Thursday. Mrs. Oaher has been visiting at the Jensen home since Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Scott Curr, and daughter, Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. James Carr of Phillips, South Dakota, and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman, and Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Carr, all of Burt. were dinner guests at the Frank Flaig home, Friday. Miss Florence Householder, who teaches at Lakota, was a guest at the Harland Blanchard home over the week end. Miss Beulah Gladstone, teacher at Swea City also •pent the week end at her home here Miss Householder and Miss Gladstone spent Saturday afternoon visiting in Algona. Miss Ruth Thatcher who attends school at Morningslde college, Dorothy Miller, who attends Iowa State Teachers College and Mis* Colietta Cunningham of Des Moines spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their respective parents. Read The Want Ada—It Pav« At the start ol the football season last fall, Ken Seeley picked Pittsburgh to play In the Rose Bowl. Offers of wagers to that effect were greedily snapped up by two other boys at the creamery., Along came Duquesne and defeated Pitt early in the season. Seeley admitted defeat, the boys collected on the outlandish odds and the Incident was forgotten. Now that Pitt has been selected the boys want to know what to do. Shall Ken be paid as originally promised or he be the loser? Round and round they go, and get nowhere. Henry Ouderlan's service to the mail route customers is reason of a short story. He looked at the alarm clock, arose, dressed, kindled the kitchen flre, cooked his breakfast, ate it, lingered a few minutes as usual, looked at the clock again and It said two-thirty a. m. * * * Heard at the parade Tuesday, when Santa Claus and his followers went by: "He doesn't look like Roosevelt, does he?" * * • A cat, nomened Wally, resides with the Wm. Gllbrides. On exactly the day its namesake left England, the cat left her home. Unlike the doomed to be famous lady, the cat returned the next day and is In good graces again with Its mistress. * * * Our own smiling and ever pleasant Jimmy Murtagh Is back from the nation's capital. Office opening day in the Qulnby building found flowers and friends In plenty. The festivities, augmented by cousin, Gene Murtagh's generosity at Jimmy's expense, left the first days Income In the red. Attorney Shumway came to the rescue and entertained at a pot luck supper to an otherwise hungry real estate dealer. * * * Olives are taboo on our menu. A tall, thin jar of stuffed dainties which sold for eighteen cents two weeks ago now cost thirty-two cents. Due to war In Spain, explained the clerk. waitress bringing In one course, soup, dinner and Ice cream. By the time the soup is souped the main dinner is cold and if eaten at all the time limit allows the dessert to melt and whyfore freeze the milk in the first place. • * # Not far behind that I* trying to find the correct starting time of a basketball game. Placards listing all home games grace the store counters, wails or windows with starting time seven-thirty. A day or so before the game out comes another with a seven o'clock sharp period. Til guess with you as others do. The wool market is strong with some possibility of It advancing in the next few months. Several Illnesses nl Titonka Homes Tltonka: J. D. Breen has had another very sick spell the past week. B. S. Pannkuk has improved enough to be down town again. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French have both been sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer also have been III but are Improved now. John Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Boyken has been very 111 since Tuesday from the effects ol having several teeth removed. He had been bothered with some rheumatic pains, and the doctor found it necessary to have the teeth removed. He became very II from the poison or pus in the teeth and the fluid Injected bat slightly better now. John Robert M 9 years old. School Picnic, 18th Titonka: Buffalo consolidated public school closes Dee. ttth fw the holidays to resume January 4th. The number of hogs under federal Inspection rose from 2,400,000 In September to 3,500,00» in October. Fish mea! and cod liver oil tt fed In large amounts to fattenrajf poultry cause an undesirable flavor. Many half-fat cattle are being sold. CLOSING BUI SALE As I have rented my farm I will sell the following described property at public auction on my farm, 7 miles east and one mile south of Algona, on Head of Horses 1 extra good sorrel mare, coming 3 years old, wt. 1600; 3 smooth mouth horses, two grays and one black. Head of Cattle There Is to be a meeting of rural electrification. What for. It's about time Kossuth county and Algona got In on some of this free money the government Is putting out. Within a mile and a half of Algona a rural electric line could start at the Lou Matern home near the state park, follow the road to where It comes out on the pavement at the Wally Hlnes home, Jog down to Mike Loss and In that short space fourteen homes could be "Juiced." That prolific Job is worth more than a meeting, It needs acMon. (Editor's Nnote—The money Is not "free"—It Is a loan) * • • Do you folks know Lorraine Arndorfer? You can see her clerk- ng at Lusb/s. Did you take the second look? Or a third? Oh yes, now I know her. She looks exactly like the pictures of Wally Simpson. And as pleasing, we are told, as the lady aeraw th* M* Is •aid to be In personality. * * * Roger Michel has a banged-up hair cut. Attractive bangs hang balanced on the forehead, much as a small boy or girl under school age would wear. It's hard to be- ieve a high school footballer and basketball man would fall for such decorations, * * * A pet peeve, Sitting down In a jnfc. Ordering a fifty cent meal. Waiting twenty minutes. A lady lasher with hopes of becoming a 8 good milk cows, 3 springing, balance will freshen in the spring. Shorthorn bull. One Machinery 1 McCormick-Deering binder, 8-ft., in good shape; 30 ft. elevator, good as new; 9-ft. disc; Moline sulky plow; corn planter, 110 rods wire; 2 single rowi qorn plows; spring-tooth harrow; 3-section harrow and cart; 1 air-tired wagon and box; good wagon and good hay rack; 1 bob sled, good as new; spring buggy; top buggy; 2 sets of good harness and flynets; 11-ft. seeder with grass seeder. Some fodder and alfalfa. Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS- lowa State Bank, Clerk -Cash, or see your banker. Lou Matern, Auctioneer <d3£®&nx®^a!e&a^^ Delicious Cordial Cherries Pound Box Chocolates/ Farm Home A»$t.*/ Ilfl Pine quality, pound box fcdl VTV Quality Xmaa Candy, pound lOc Peanut Brittle, pound lOc _ Cream Center Milk Ohocotetes, Ib. 15c and 20c Complete Line of TOYS and GIFTS Dolls 5c, lOc, 25c, 49c, 69c, 98c and up Hardwood Red and Green Chairs 49c Doll Cabs $1.98, $2.49, $3.98, $5.25 Table and Desk Sets Sleds, Wagons and Kiddie Oars Complete Line of Wrapping Paper, Cord, Rib bon, Seals and Xmas Cards. Give JEWELRY FOR SATISFACTION Beautiful Wrist Watches for Ladles and Gentlemen. We specialize in the two moat popular wacthes BULOVA AND ELGIN and have prices to suit every purse. life- Lusby's 6c lOc HAWCOTT & OGG ?i£ff/fi£ijt1jl3j0fjifgff^^ CLOCKS— including some beautiful electrics. SILVERWARE— The celebrated Heirloom Plate, guaranteed for a time. GOLD RINGS— Solid gold for ladles and gents and as cheap us gold rings of same quality can be sold. SILVER RINGS— Some with gold uppers. Very popular prices. BRACELETS— Watch Bracelets. . TOILET SETS, MANICURE SETS— and all the popular toilet goods seta. It will pay you to visit our store. Genuine Ku»t Craft Xmiut Curds Drugs & Jewelry

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