The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1937
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Ajgoaa, Iowa, Jan. 7,1937 , f *H4 Sherman spent fne*daV and •Wednesday in Des Moines on* a "Business trip. • 1 ft. O. BJnstrom and Ross Cook took in a prize fight at Fort Dodge, •Monday night O. O. Barton has btetl eonflnfd ,-ttt his home during the pan wcf-k trlth a bad cam of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker of Swea City were New Year's day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dam «on. Mr. and Mrs. Rassell Maxwell and their children left Tuesday morning on a motor trip to California. • , Mr. and Mrs. 3. ft. Johnston, dr., '/nave moved into the Mrs. Stull Matties house on Bast McGregor^ street. diet Kurt*, relief manager at the Swift A Co., plant here, wets A guest at the Rotary luncheon, Monday noon. Mrs. Gnsta Patterson fetnrned to work at the Ben Franklin store on itonday after being lu for two JWeks with the flu. Tony Ouehl, tailor, left for Battle Creek, Michigan, last week Friday and Will make a two weeks' visit with his son and daughter. , Mrs. P. V. Jaiwe left Monday for Madison, Wisconsin, where she G. W. Plopper, Manager «* Basket grocery, haa Ueen hWtt* sick with th* ft* since Sunday. fn« Ploppers live In one of the Bjft«- trom apartments. Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn *M ~ tie daughte^ Jane, returned to their home in Des Moines Thuft- day after a few days' visit at th* Elmer Hartshorn home. Marguerite Dattiet, daughter of Mrs. B. W. Lusby, returned to Grinnell College at Grinnell, Iowa Sunday. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sapp of Buffalo Center. Joe Bloom retained from St. Paul, Tuesday, with Mrs. Bloom and their son, Dickie. The latter two had been visiting relatives since Christmas In St Paul. Frank Zender took tils daughter, Gertrude to Dubuque Sunday, where she returned to her studies at Clark College, after a two weeks' Vacation at' her home. Harold Strelt returned to Chicago Sunday evening after spending a two weeks' vacation with his aunt, Mary Streit. Harold is a medical student at Loyola Untvers^ ity. Mrs. C. E. ttonpe and her grand daughter, Donna Jean Phillips, returned from Cedar Rapids Sunday ted CttHen and Leo Splttes spent Tuesday m Fort Dodge on business, Several of the teachers In the public school have been ill the past few days. Henry Steiner and Ed Ctrtlen have taken the C. S. Johnson downstairs apartments. The lobby at Hotel Atgona ha* been beautifully refurnished with new furniture and carpets. Lloyd Muckey went back to TheMtan Abcnit To ton Soys are big Shots of the town. They The Infant daughter of Mr. and belong to all the Clubs, hold offices, Mrs. Clyde Wardrip was taken to work hard to get trade into their the General hospital, ill with the stores and run good places. But' double pneumonia. The little one A trip uptown and through the ».*„._ t ,„ ._ .^, Shops went Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Lloyd Muekey went back to ner *,nj n d on Xmas packages. Over work Monday after being 111 with the wet an( j foggy streets mingling the qulitsy since before Christmas, ^jj, tne cr cwds and home again. Gretchen Kuohynka, 6 years old, She stooped, tired, to remove her IS seriously 111 In the Kossuth hos-l overshoes. Only one greeted the pltal with after effects of pneu- startled lady. The other shoe Was *^ . • .. lit «..!*. 11 u .«.v__.J IM It-ft ti*i*f»l monla. Rev. and MM. M. A. SJostrand spot, unused, spent Tuesday and Wednesday atf Harcourt as guests of Rev. M. Lingwall. not lost; It lingered In its usual A picture of the LuVerne Ht- tenball team, champions and wih- year after year from the first snow fall to th* last their walks remain unshoveled. If they knew what the person wading past the home called them, their heads would com*, down where they belong and ft few minutes of work with the shovel would create a friendly feeling. * * * Alms to the poor bald-headed man. A boon to the fellow with the shiny barren pate. A machine to grow hair has been installed at it local barber shop. An exact type used by eminent doctors of medicine, law and the Bible. Follow directions and look into the mirror for results. A little bit a day and every day a new hair. s slowly improving. The Four Corner Mother's and Daughter's club will have an all- day meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell. The husbands and sons will be the guests. Susie Witham, Iva Witham and Mrs. Nickerson will be assisting hostesses and Rose Sabin and Bernice Jensen entertaining committee. ififfW&H I *•*-** **t»l« VliC*«m»t x,..i*»»•(*«•*-.— -•---— .- •- Leona'smlth, daughter of Mr^ "«» °^he Wate^elon^d^y co«n- Neal Smith and a teacher at Swale- ^^,^^0" hU pape? as one of dale, spent a ten day vacation with «« n .,.„... ent / & the y^,. the achievements of the year ... .„,. I Ralph Donovan, manager of the Melinda Erdmon and Avis WI1- tournament, was highly elated for son will spend the week end at the kuVerne entry was the one and Whittemore visiting with the lat-| on j y team to appear and won by forfeit. * * * guest at 'the home of Mrs. Neal j A fellow went to a rest room, Smith. John recently underwent coughed, and out flew his false , her mother. . a nose operation. , teeth into the sewer trap nine feet ovMluiauit, WriSCOnSin, wiicio aim was called -by the illness of her ihother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mason. : Ethellne Mnckey, daughter of ' -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey returned Sunday afternoon from a visit v In Des Moines the past several ,<Jays. ' '. : ; Mrs. Esther Helberg and children . Shirley and Durwood spent the holidays with the former's mother at fiheldahl. They returned home on "Saturday. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber of ' LuVerne and Mrs. Esther Helberg ; And children were New Year's day •guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannson, Jr. " Bill Dalley spent New Tear's day and the week end with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Bill la work- Ing for/the American Optical Co. • -at Des Moines. i' Elsie Halbrook, employed at ^Brown's Studio, spent the week ;< «nd at Mason City visiting at the • home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs . D. W. Halbrook. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. OWara o Fort Dodge and Mrs. Lona MacDougall of Mason City were Sun ' day guests of Mr. and Mrs, Wai lace MacDougall. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan are • expected home the first of next week from California. They have ' ' made their headquarters at Los ' Angeles and ..Hollywood, and have .., been .gone 1 about a month. I1UBC U^JtJlOHviit i ice i* t * »i»vu ».»»xj «j*< •• —» —- —• r ••Mrs. Ruth Jackson of ^w below the surface of the ground. Hampton, Is visiting at the home He watched, he worried, he fret- o£ Mr and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mrs. ted, he swelled, he paced the floor Jackson ?s Mrs Long's mother. while a plumber worked four hours turned from Cedar Rapids Sunday Mr. and Mr. Paul Black took ^all the U tZe\™ate wUh the where they had been visiting the their son, Robert, Paul Black and «"° waited, former's son, Arnold, since Thurs- Howard Raney to Ames Sunday to lafl y menQ w™°- 0 j__ I roonmo their studies at the Iowa I _. «__* . Everett Witham Honored on Day of 25th Anniv. Four Corners: Relatives and neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs Everett Witham Christmas even ing, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. About 60 at tended. Five hundred was played at eight tables. Light refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Delia and Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and Mrs. Royce were New "Sear's guests at the F. A. Witham Mrs. Will Rath and daughter, Charlenc. and Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood, Good Howe* Mrs. Mary Steinrtwn has been at the Ben Reid home during recent days in which there has been much sickness. Mr. Reid has been one of several Good Hope folks at Algona hospitals with pneumonia. The others are Doris Ehrhardt and the baby daughter of the Clyde Wnrdrlps. All are making good progress toward recovery. Mr. Wardrip was cafleu" home from GOOD HOPE NEWS Dayton, Iowa, „. on business. An _ mimlty ha* Seen htt almost every name n*«i* at on* vfcttm and * mtfnlr" Ing every member Of tne Wone after tH* otfcef. Tn*".^^^ service at Good Hope and WMH»* more Methodist church** A JNN* ago last Sunday owing to ««j»» ness of the pastor nor lasrSUtKHg on account of the general HUioH and the storm. Usual services af» planned for next Sunday. Martha and Kathcrine Madson, who went home to Eagle Grove for the holidays returned last Monday. Miss Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon, spent the holidays at the Charles and A. J. Dittmers, returning last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wndsworth. Lone Rock, arc parents of n flne baby girl born Monday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Wadsworth was formerly JZela Madden. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott entertained a group of guests at a satisfying New Year's dinner Friday. The company Included Mr and Mrs. George Hawcott and son Wallace, and Mrs. Hawcott's mother, Mrs. Wallace, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona; Mr and Mrs. James Knoll, Mr. and GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY day. . Mrs. Lee Hudson Reed left for Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sunday to resume their studies at the Iowa I Slate college. *»»,, your hat oft to Mr. and — - . iMrs. Fred Parks, you tax paying Doris Long.jdaughter of Mr. ana | wo i v es.' Kossuth county home was visit h'eVslster. "shelwlll also visit I Mrs7"Abner"Lxmg, returned to p r her son, Lee, at Columbus, Ohio. I Tama, where she teaches In the seventy-seven cents a Week a head. Mrs. Reed will be away for sev- high school, _ after spending the W lth 49 Inmates this was practical- holidays with her parents. ' - - - • - • •• • • • Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Samson, Al- eral weeks. Carl Daly, formerly employed In Carl Daly, formerly empioyea in Mr. and Mrs. u. A. ssamson, «i- yi poor iarms. r ranium uuui.v, he production and service depart- gona residents spending the winter was low but had only nine inmates, ment of the Tatro Manufacturing in California, have moved from And that isn't all, nowhere,^on Co. of Decorah, will be employed Long Beach to Glendale and are earth will the old folks get better by Hegg & James as a radio ser- J located at 1513 Dlxson street care than under the welfare or the run the past year on an expense of ly the lowest in the state among 97 poor farms. Franklin county vice man in Algona. Helen Jacobson, employed at Ho- Parks. UB iiimi in A*ew»»c»« .1. tieien cyacooson, einpiujreu »•> »u- Margaret Klrbach, daughter of tel Algona, returned Sunday eve- .__ « !«*_^ 7 ' m 9% YJ*1 «!••• **1* Vtn« I 1_^. _fi.^_ « r*t***.1r*a «»latf WtlHl lTIOT|(I%rCV UAJi a*O^>BBf +M*»*m^**m*-'m. \ VVl X^lgWIlC*, * i^fcM* ••*.** w Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Klrbach, has n lng after a week's visit with been visiting during the past week I friends at Atlantic.: Helen was with friends and relatives In Cht-1 formerly employed In Atlantic. Lucille Black returned to Minneapolis, where she is taking a business course, Sunday. She Holidays are usually happy days for the students. One must go back to the State University and show his fraternity brothers two black eyes, visible means of his] good time at home. Through the) wlui iricnaB HIIU KCU»I>IVIH» u* v».» i cago, and is expected home the latter part of this week. Miss Johanna Fiene of Lone I business course,. Sunday. She I JchoolTfexMrienceone'must learn Rock vislled Algona friends a few spent the holiday vacation with her j£ . . judgment to back up oc- hours Thursday while enroute parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black. cag , onaHy Jeven though Ihe big un- home from her holiday vacation, Jtttn o> Wi Er i c ugon is very HI iversltles do not teach it spent In Fort Wayne, Indiana, with | at the home of hef mo ther, Mrs.' B. Wesley ait Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Mrs. Erlckson went to Start SHELLY TAILOR! r OTHS destroy millions of dollars worth of clothes every year. You, _- too, may be a victim. That is, unless we do your cleaning. Our MONITfi Moth-Proof Cleaning Process insures clothes against moth damage for a period of six months —yet it costs you no more than ordinary cleaning. Use our MONITB Cleaning Service and be free of worry about moths. MODERN DRY CLEANERS • • , , her sister, Margaret and with Miss Fiene is friends in Chicago. a student at Ames. The big fox hunt Is over. Hunt-1 ers were numerous but foxes were inciiuo in X/U.<,»B>" ""— -; — consul. Mia. luncKson went. iu i ers were numerous out loxes were a student at Ames. Miss Margar- Rhine i ander to spend Christmas. not The f ew netted within the el is taking nurses training at x t M , „ .^ ^^ ttelr . . t _ Tho hunte r3 lack- Tailor-Makc SKELLY AROMAX GASOLINE for their Coming Weather -for Faster Start Weather here Isn't the Mme day in and day ont. Why shouldn't your gasoline be changed? Skel 1 - «'••«—'» Aromax by addfag tbe rolatlle, euble Vlrg ^^ "tailor** 1 in gaiolina _ jfo ^j^ Mrfc Joe Kelly took their circle got away. The hunters lack- a y ne> „ , son, Omar to Fort Dodge Sunday, ed training, coaching and consist-' Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and where ne caught the train to re- ency. The line broke and when it son, Bobbie, returned from Mus- turn to Qmaha, where he Is a broke there was created a hole, catlne and Mason City Thursday. atudent at crelghton college. Om- And foxes look for holes^The kill's Al Muscallne the MacDougall fam- ar ent ^ holidays with his par- the thing. Everyone is ready to lly/spent Xmas at the Jay Kent nt / . try Jt over. • ~ «*•_ »^_. _«•%_._.__^11 MAfr«««>*«_ I **aaw™» I " *. A A necessary for fait starting, fwler pick-op and extra mileage—to fit changing weather here. Skelly Aromnx does home. Mr. MacDougull return-1 ' w «._ m i. (IB and ed home Sunday while Mrs. Mac- ."ft'"" HobandRuth^Jn^ipent I Too many dally reminders are Dougall remained In Mason City J?" 11 ""! "Sd'SStf MMrs"Ksbe?s confusing to the average reader, for a visit with her oarents, Mr. I ">• week ena wiui J»«"• f'B?" 8 ** TM«I« T^»hl<r wiu interested In for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng. Too many dally reminders are Confusing to the average reader. i K-^S^SftSSSal rxr^ororsr 4 & IgjS 2T» K r ^^ ^«suSWt!£VS: « .. » w n n~,~ «ui through was reminded that noth- AS! SSJW\S2£ I SI «•••«—-».«- .w--.«« turned to their home Sunday after spending the week end with the not come to yon direct from the refinery. It is NOT ready-made. It is tailored. If unit start f**U Why don't you try a Tailor-Made start in the morning? Drive In where you see the Skelly Tailor. SKELLY AROMAX GASOLINE We »*e to handle fa* carload., of livestock. > oar the paper Issued by that particular office. Edwin knows how to l»tte*"'fa"theV; ibtt J&tetaif . I **<*<#**• who la 111 and her sister, Mrs. Ann Feohner. OK) stuftt •> f COMMUNITY New Closing Hours During the months of January and February, the following Dry Goods Stores will close a* 9:00 o'clock on Saturday nights. The usual, j 6:00 o'clock closing on other nights, will con-r tinue. . • Christensen Bros. Co. Graham's Store Chrischilles & Herbst ffjfffMttf******** •a Eg* * * * A preacher stood In the crowd at the drawing of th- " —— Saturday* January 9 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK 15 Head of Horses 15 Ranging In ace from S to 4 years old, up to smooth mouth, with some good brood mares, service fees paid, will bo offered In this consignment Bring In your good horses. Number head good milk cows and spring heifers—alco good string of young stock. Complete line Farm Machinery—New McCormlck-Deerlng cream separator, used but little, Fordson tractor and plow. If weather permits, will have 160 to 200 head of feeder pigs. ThU sale must start early. WIU start on stock at 1:30 Also the usual line of furnlutre. TERMS—Cash. No property removed until settled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 77 WE HAVE A LUNCH BOOM ._,„ rvolced hto disapproval alontf with | end were Dick Post, Bob LaBarre, I a dozen ot hers nearby of the way John Bishop, Watson March, Vernon Kolhhaas, Bob McCullough, Phil Bergfleld, John Spencer and Isabelle Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman will return the first part of next week from a trip to Chicago and Cullon, Illinois. They visited Mrs. Mary Kewley, mother of Mrs. Lehman at Cullon, and Mr. and Mrs. John Naas at Chicago. Mrs. Naas and Mrs. Lehman are sisters. Bob Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, and Gertrude Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, returned to St. Peter, Mlnne.sota, Monday, after spending the holiday vacation with their parents. They are students at the Gustavus Adolphus college. Grace Van Arnetn teturned to Secretary Reiley word "suite" as J R XL/ A.) L/ Ju* Operator and Auctioneer BASKET GROCERY Week End Specials Pure Cane Sugar 10 Ibs. 51c Pancake Flour ISc Grape Fruit, large can _ _, 2 for 25c Pure Strained Honey per quart 39c Prunes, ex. Ige can 2 can limit lOc choice fruit in syrup. Blackberries Ige. can ,--2 cans 25c not sweetened, fine for pies. Pure Preserves _ „ _ -1 lb in tumblers 21c Beets, ex. Ig. can, small sliced _ _2 for 25c Peas 21g. cans 25c Raisins seedless __.. 4 Ibs. 32c Raisins seedless 21bs. 19c Peaches No. 10 can 45c Fargo, North Dakota, Saturday, where she is a teacher, after spending the holidays visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman of Winnebago, Minn., uncle and aunt of Mrs. Barnard, were guests at the Barnard home New Year's day. Bernlee Storm returned Monday from Rockford, Illinois, where she had been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don MerU since Tuesday. Mrs. Mertz was the former Drusll- la Caughlin. Bernadine Mertz was also a guest at the Mertz home at that time. She is a sister of Don and is living at West Bend. Harriet Smith, daughter of Mrs. Neal Smith, drove back to Adalr, Sunday to resume her teaching. She had been visiting at her home for two weeks. Dorothy Sellstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Sellafrom, accompanied her to Harcourt. Dorothy teaches school at Harcourt and had been home for a week's vacation. T. C. Sherman, manager of the local liquor store, haa been given a sixty-day leave of absence. He and Mrs. Sherman will leave January 15 for California to visit their son, Rfchard Sherman. Richard has a six months' contract with Fox Films, to 'write scenarios, which expires March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Sherraan will spend the time at Los Angeles and Hollywood. announced the concerned the furniture for a living room. S-u-l-t is pronounced suit; s-u-i-t-e is sweet; either is correct, Mr. Relley's grammar O. K. -and the criticizing preacher wrongr. What's that about throwing stones? « « « By the way, do you know who won? Neither do we, but they were given away in case you doubt It. The post office has n little blnck book from which the law is Interpreted. It la either the law or the local interpretation of it that keeps the papers from printing the outcome of the drawing, although hundreds of inches of advertising can go through the mails without suspicion. * * * A hulf dozen or BO business men, not all by any means, think they Hospital News Mary Ann Flour, the best ever $2.09 Freemont'a Best Flour, try it—like it _.$1.89 Radiant Flour $ 1 - 69 high grade flour at a low price. Now playing S days All Seats 21c 2D FEATURE BAFFLING I BREATH-TAKIM FUGITIVE IN THE SKY' Vigilantes and Koln Hlub Dependable Merchandise Greatly Underpriced Sunday 4 Days THE FEMALE TABZAN! Supreme Coffee_. perlb.29c no other coffee ha* IU rare flavor. DeLuxe Coffee per lb. 25c one trial will convince you. Rich Cup Coffee _..--19c cheap in price only. Cryttal White Soap 6bars25c Kirk's Hard Water Soap 5c Kossuth Hospital News Thursday, December 31—Mrs Leo Ludwig of St. Benedict gave birth to a baby boy. Friday, January 1—John Sheehy of Mason City, accident victim. Saturday, January 2— Emma Molecek of Algona, tonsilectomy. Monday, January 4—Mary Grubb of Algona entered with an ear in- ecllon. Monday, January 4—Roy Walker of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Monday, January 4—Mrs. Harris Wadsworth of Lone Rock gave birth to a baby girl. Tuesday, January 6—Gretchen Sue Kuchynka entered a» a medical patient General HoepiteJ News Thursday, December SI—Mrs Jerry Fox of Britt gave birth to a baby boy. Saturday, January 2—Sylvia Becker of Algona, medical patient Here's a Value Men's Fancy Q r Hose, pair •'*' Serviceable rayon—fancy patterns — special this event Bargain Table Items Reduced to soil 19c WOOL AND RAYON CEEPE 54 in. wide, yard Regular J1.49 value 98c COMPANION FEATURE Edward Arnold Phillip* Holme* "Million Dollar Ransom" A Damon Runyon story Men's Union SUITS a special 59c Spuntung Dress Fabrics 40 in. wide, yard Regular $1.00 value 79c Pillow Gases 14c each standard size— bleached snowy white. Women's Hose 15c More quality, more wear for your money. Outing Flannel 10c Bleached cotton flannel has many uses. Cotton Tweeds 19c Novelty patterns for child*' school dresses. PRINTS Specially priced for 17c yard Smart patterns, everyone new, everyone different Tills bargain can't be surpassed. Outing Flannels Light Pattern Only _ __ _ Special purchase for this event. -12Mc ^\_ S iUI= „.._ Wash Frocks Clearance Sale Price Regular $2.98 Values Women here's a chance to buy Print* ed Crepe—fine finish, high luster cotton dreaaea at a bargain price. Sizes H to 20, 86 to 44 Turkish Towels 20x10 inches 22c Plaids in double loop Terry. Now is the time to buy. Child's School Hose .. 15c Curtains, odd lot* 49c "Big Yank" Shirts __.69c Blue Denim Overalls . 79c Sheet Part Wool Double Blankets 1.98 Beautiful plaida. Don't miss this bargain. Blankets Plaids, 70x80 in. 69c Sheets 81x99 inches 96c Special! Wash Cloths I] for 10c Terry cloth in fancy plaids. 12x 12 inches. 18x36 Floor Rugs All Silk Printed Crepes 69C yd Remnants Odd lengths reduced, here are bargains. Knitting Yarns Wash Fast Colors Knitted articles are pouplar, Graham's save you money oil quality yarns. llg * a* UB 33c Shop Our Half Price Bargain Table Nine Cent Table Many Real Bargains HRIIIS Department Stores Blankets Extra heavy Large aize $0 OC doubles *" ifg

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