The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1937
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ftf It!. the Algona Upper Pea Moinag, Algofla, loiffft, Jan. 7 . ~^. ,.~ C*^. M ^^. lMBa ^^^^^^^|^^ t ^^|^^|^^^Bfr»l*a*1*M*y*<*lll*ial*M^ Cancer on Lip Removed „.-„. TOHI St Johft is-, week at Sa*annah, Missouri, he ti Having a cancer **• _froJn Ms Hp. M«. Fran* Obeli of Hudson, fil, **<> ls , ^.JWf the winter at the Wflw of Sr n«|nsw" and faJftjly, «. * ttftfitoit, accompanied Mr. St iohft to Hufeftafd, Iowa, Where «he ' i visiting relatives. * ... i. i i^i Mr. and Mrs. 8, L. Dentoh and ty spent Thursday evening at Barley Braddotk honw croft Louise Wolfe, who Is employed at the Ot. A. E. Montgomery home In Bdrt, spent the past week at ffa* parental Geo. Wolf home. < There were no basketball games the P*st week. The nest game win Be played Friday evening, Jan. 8, when the Seneca teams will meet tb* Lone Rock teams on the lo«U floor. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck of feKars spent Sunday at the Har- fcy Hoeck home. They also attended the funeral of Mr. Hoeck's brother-in-law, joe Goff, in Swea City Sunday afternoon. Maxtoe Bbllig spent several days titt fore part of the past week at F0rt Dodge, where she visited her After, lone. Who is taking a course te beauty culture. lone Bollig •gent New Tears at the home of Bar parent*, Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Sefligand family. H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kind* Long dtetanee hauling. Brery load larared agmlnst to« or damage. Stripped to do SO t draying «nd hauling. IEVINGTON NEWS Friends here will m be forty to hear of tt»e critical Illness of Fr*d CTark, now a resident of Qiaa- brook, Iowa, but wh« many yew-s ago was the local depot -agent. Mr. CTatk rtarrlea Sadie TOcClellan, a former Irvlngton girl whose parents resided west of town about a mite, then one-half mile south. The buildings were removed years ejro, and an that remains are a few lltac bnst«ss and some trees. .The real nature of Mr. Clark's Illness unknown Although there has some trouble with an abccss. SPECIAL for Friday and Saturday Oranges, VJc per dozen * * v Fancy Grape Fruit per dozen Gold. Bantam Corn 2 cans for __ School Girl Cut Green Beans, 2 for Cool Spring Tomato Juice, 3 No. 2 cans- Come Hade Mince ^t, 2 Ibs. for ____ lome Butchered MEATS Baby Beef Boast 1C.17r ,Veal Roast, Ib Pork Shoulder Boast, Ib Home Made Pork Sausage, 2 Ibs. for _. ALL KINDS OF FRESH VEGETABLES We do butchering for farmers ant grind and stuff your meats. Sorensen Grocery Co. lW8c 20c Student* tfome Many college students visited at their respective parental homes for the holiday season. Howard Raney and Edmund Capesins returned from Ames; Katherlnts McEnroe from the state tmtversity at Iowa City; Donald Frankl from Sioux City Georga Anne Gelgel from Buena Vista; Ruth Black, Roberta and Marguerite SklHhig from their teaching positions. West Displeasing; Word has been received that Harold Feltor who quite recently went to California with some other young men Is not so well satisfied with the west and is planning on returning. Harold contemplates enrolling at school In Des Moines for engineering. Richard Watson Weds"" Word was received recently of the marriage of Richard Watson to a young lady In California. Dick is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watson and now is residing in the west where he has employment Frank Ditsworth has been visiting at the Frank Harness home at Walworth. WIs. The trip was made by train. Miss Rose Marie LaGrange of Storm Lake was a house guest last week of Georga Anne Gelgel. The two girls are college friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage are the parents of an eight pound baby boy. which has been named Allen Lee. This makes the Lages a fine family of four boys and one girl. George Hackman. Jr., of Knoxville, Tenn., returned to his home last Friday evening after spending a week's vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Sr. Miss Minnie Scheppman was a holiday guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry icheppman. Minnie has completed ler course of study at the Omaha school of beauty culture but will return to take the state board examinations. Word was received here last week of the critical Illness of Harold Scott, former Irvington depot agent, but now residing at Goldfield on a small acreage. The exr act extent of Mr. Scott's Illness is unknown. However, it was report- id to be some form of paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl and Mia* Margaret Mulligan '•> d»Unht- fully entertained about one hundred of their friends at a dancing party New Year** eve at the Frankl dance hall. Cards were also played. Green Bros, orchestra provided music for dancing. Late In the evening lunch was served. Everyone present reported a most enjoyable evening. Lona Fitch of Sexton Is Bride Sexton r Le>na. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitch of Seatnn, waa married New Year's day to John Weiland ot Wf-sley In the Burt Lutheran church. The bride wore a dress of blue crepe with blacR accessories. Following the ceremony dinner was "frved at the John Koestler home. Mrs. Koestler is an aunt of the bride. The couple left, following dinner, for a western trip of two weeks. They_wlll be at home on a fartn east of Wesley, upon their return. School opened again Monday, after a vacation of a week and a half. A large number in this community are sick with the flu, some of them seriously. Joe McSwaln, Mason City, was a supper guest Tuesday evening at the A. L. Greenfield home. JWr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Sterling home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and children of Woden, spent New Year's at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise, with Mrs. Hinders' mother, Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Balk returned from LeSeuer, Minn., Wednesday after spending a week with Mr. Balk's brother, who Is sick and with other relatives. Dorothy Fraser spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends here and Saaday night went to her school in Cresco township, the Clayton school, after having been home for the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis and little \Delores were New Year's guests of relatives in Estherville. They took their two nieces, who had been spending the week with them, to their home in Estherville. Warren Baldwin Sick Warren Baldwin, for sixty years one of the well known figures In Algona, is quite seriously ill at his home in the Third Ward, and is being tenderly cared for by his wife. Warren has been confined to his bed for some weeks and does not show the desired improvement, but is able to sit up at times. He has heart trouble. He is in his 82d year and has always been an active man. His many friends will hope for better reports from his bedside. 8g&oa&&&&^ Whittemore Hews I Ernest and Alvln Meyef, sons of Mr. and WTrs. Wffl Meyer, nfrere on the sfck list la« week and also Mrs. Geo. SChtiH*. Leo Walters, who was employed oh the John FarreH farm last year, has taken over the Standard CHI truck formerly operated by Alfred Semon. Daniel Naas of Esthervflle spent New Year's day with relatives here. Dan Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jnlhis Naas, formerly of h«re, and a brother of Mrs. Win SchaH- er. Raymond and Cecelia Beach and Walter Fandel and John Pwfch ot Des Molnes wife at Rochester, Minn., to visit with Helen Besch, who Is taking nurses' training. They went Saturday and returned Monday. Mrs. Will Boettcher of Fenton and Mrs. Theodore Pompe of Lotts Creek were at the home Of Mrs. Anna Dau who had a severe caSe of flu the former being a niece, and Mrs. Pompe being a daughter of Mrs. Dau. Eleven ladies of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladles' Aid society treated the husbands of the ladies of the Aid to an entertainment at cards and lunch recently. Those who served this month were Mrs. Reinhard Behnke, Mrs. W. R Discher, Mrs. F. O. Hahn, Mrs. Harry Helmke, Mrs. Art Heidenwith, Mrs. Fred Heinrich, Mrs. Edward, Mrs. Geo. Maahs, Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mrs. Henry Lauck, Mrs. Will Lauck. This was the second entertainment given the taen this winter. HKKtt)^^ Flu Epidemic In Union Twp. Union: Children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy sarchett have been having the flu. The epidemic is ae general that activities have been at a standstill for' several weeks. Curtis Ward of Algona was a guest of Stuart Thompson during the holiday vacation. Robert Householder spent most of his Xmafl vacation With his Con* sin. Boh Bates, near Lone Rook. Mrs, Mary Keefe was able to go to Algona Monday where she IS visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Caugh- Mr. and Mrs, Ben Butterfteld arrived Home Monday evening from a visit at the home of Mrs. Butterfield's parents at Tama. Kathryn Bode returned home on Sunday by bus from visits with her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Puth at Story City, and another aunt, Mrs. Wni. Ryno at Fort Dodge. Phone 138-139 We Delive Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family of Seneca were Christmas day guests at the Ralph Lage home. Joe, eldest son of the Lages is also home for the holidays. Joe is enjoying his second year of high school at Mason City and plays the bass viol in the school orchestra. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale St. joe Woman Card Party High St Joe: The card party Sunday evening in St Joseph's hall was well attended. Bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Mike Reding and Dr. Oilman of Llvermore. Prize in five hundred was awarded fc> Mrs. John Thul and Ralph Kramer. Raymond Kohlbaas received do* prize. Mrs. John Becker and her circle were in charge. Herbert Potrate'« New Year's Party Whittemore: A number of rel atlves of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Po- trntz gathered at their home last Thursday evening to watch the new year come in. Cards were played and lunch was served midnight Those who were present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyers and daughter, Gertrude, the George Schultzs, Herman Voighta, Geo. Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith, son Ellsworth, Mrs. Clarence Sabers of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Edna and Elaine SchulU. Vi«t Victim Of Infantile Paralysi* Start: Wr. and JKrftV H. son went to MWfc tJtty l**t «*** Tuesday to M6 tfcett dasghtaf, Barbara, who u tt aw faftmriity hospital tins**. They ftntftd Wr «»- dltton about the Aaitte. She And LaVoittie Oreiws, ttrd other , girls Buffering with ttas saini id!" meat, irt/antltejHittUyirt*, *« rwitt mates. The Wednesday. Tn6*i1»8fts retnriiea Ottoaen Plays, I'll. Ottosen: The Ottosen high school basketball teams will alajr Bradgate, Friday nlgnt, J**J. A The members e* t&i Methodist congregation sttfjpftoM tfcel* iste", Rev. C. H. MfeWWJr, , . . . Christmas shower of gifts, Friday West Bend News Mrs. Marguerite ahafttowa, came home Mtos Dorothy Miner, Iowa State Teacher*' College, cafnt home Friday evenln* 1 to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a a Miller. Donald Jacobs, who has been attending school at ABM*, *r * home Wednesday to spend his cation wfth hi* parents, Mr. Mrs. George Jacobs. Miss Jnanlta Hansen came home from Rochester, Minn,, Saturday evening, for a week's vacation, she U In the first year of nurse's trafn* Ing in a hosiptal at that place. Dr. and Mr*. P. O. Dorweller eri' on a $5,000 Investment itt County , inquire about this fctwtefflSBt tf yott *fe not sattetled with yolffSifc AAA bonds. No Worry about In- llslton, dettallotf, of Yott can statlllte •meats, No Agent*. Spur write invert* Ot, ana Mrs. Jr. u. uarwvmr «i- r «*»»«•»««* fA-CTA tertateed their Panfti Nous bridge BOX 816, BASrCBOFT, IOWA Si. Benedict News FOR SALE—Two Duroc Jersey boars at about market price. $18.00 and 123 «ach.—A, C. Carlisle, Whit. temore. 1* Radio Office Moved Hegg & James moved their L 1 Tatro radio office the first ft the year to the Foster building Oh East State street, which has been occupied by E. N. Taylor. The office was formerly over the Iowa State Bank. Mr. James is manager of the office which is distributing headquarters for this locality. A repair department has recently been added. Guest at Bode Union: Mr. and Mrs. James Coady and children from near Wesley were guests at a birthday dinner at the Louis Bode home Sunday, Jan. 3. It was Mrs. Coady's and Robert Bode's birthday anniversaries. Other guests were Mike Stoffel and Misses Martha and Verena Krleps. Miss Rosalia Elsenbarth spent' the past week with her sis tar, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Evelyn Eischeid of Algona spent New Year's day with her friend, Louise Huschka. Mrs. j. N. Seller and ohil Iren spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Downs at Wesley, who Is III. i MJrs. Mary Fasbender spent New Tear's Day and the week end with her daughters. Irene and Mrs. Harold Wenninger at Warorloo. I must employ at once a man living in small town or on farm. Permanent work. Must be satisfied with earning $75 a month at first Add- dress Box 7986, care of this paper. Name Address FOR SALE—Improved farm. 111 acres, to close estate. Near West Bend. Excellent soil. For particulars see Shumway & Kelly, over Chrlstensen's. 1 FOR SALE—Two houses, 703-705 East Elm street; 7 and 6 rooms, modern. Inquire at 509 North Phillips. 1* FOR SALE—20 Hampshire gilts, vaccinated.—Carl Hutchlns, phone 24F3. 1" FOR SALE—We have Prestone on hand now.—Dodge Dealer, west of Court House. 1 FOR SALE—Famous LTatro 6- volt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —Hegg & James, distributors, E. State at, opposite Algona Produce, Phone 76, Algona. 1-tf FOR SALE—Farm light plants and Batteries.—Hegg & James, E. State St.. opposite Algona Produce. Phone 75, Algona. 1-tf Editor Visits Here Mrs. Joe R. White and son Maurice, and daughter, Joan, came up from Manilla, Iowa, for a few days' visit with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Norman during the holidays. Mrs. White, who since the death of her husband laat summer, has been editor and manager of the Manilla -Times, Is showing that she Is a very capable newspaper woman, and with the help of her 18-year-old son Maurice, is keeping the paper up to its previous high standard. Sh has lately added several hundred subscribers by a newspaper contest f'OK SALE—A complete, officially audited set of blank forms that will make the keeping of Social Security information easy. Priced $4, complete in binder—Algona Up- ptr DCS Moines. 51* FOR SALE—Pair of high grade brown bucko, monk type oxfords. Size 7-AAAA. tVorn only a short time. Phone 5U-W. 61* MAYFLOWER Halvet or Peaches _____________ No. 10 can 47c JACK SPRAT Fruit Cocktail ____________ No. 1 can 15c Spinach, Mayflower _____ No. 2 can lOc COTTAGE BKAJil), packed ix> cotton M*.-d oil Sardines ___________ . ______ 5 cans 19c All Bran, Kellogg's _____ 10 oz. pkg. lOc Salt, Jack Sprat _ _ - 10 Ib. cloth bag 19c Molasses Mayflower Baking 2\ Ib. en 15c Honev. Jack Sprat pure 20 oz. glass 25c JACK SPRAT, 24 oz. pkf. Wheat Cereal _______ _2 for 25c JACK SPRAT whole Moment* Grape Fruit __________ 2 No. 2 cans 25c •teal cut or drip Coffee, Chocolate Cream MISSION, ISt a*, bottle* Orange Juice ._.... Salt, Plain or iodized FOR SALE—235 acre (arm close to Algona, electric lights, fajr Improvements, about to acres of timber pasture, balance under cultivation, some of the soil a little light. $50.00 per acre on good terra*. Possesaion March 1st, 1W7.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 51* For Bent FOR RENT—MrxJfern row>n two upstairs, one downjitair*.—Frank Mathca. I'hone 140. I* FOR RENT—BurincM office. In- (juire Algona Upper lit* Moines. Heattd, modern, center of city Three Extra Special Fur Coat Bargains Chrischilles SHerbst We have three foil itenti-fiUed Mack Au»traliM» He*l fur n»ato to utotfc, wfaUb we will tcU kt VERY WKClAi. BKl»LtKU Wanted WANTED—BIack Cocker Hpar,- itl female pup. Htate age ar>4 price. Call Upper iJc WANTEO--K*liaMe man t/> w&rk this territory. Ex>tri«nc<! unnec- taaary. Car rc^uJre/J.—8. V. Baker & Co. Keokuk, Iowa. l-2« Miscellaneous 1*. 1« aod 24 ftad r«t»r*»rat value* wfeith, on » tut iiuaUrt, tue tery UMiaL If >wu are in » fiur eurf, eocoe la fc*4 Ur IfeeM U>/r* t**U. TUIOiK <XM'IH AKK MOT KWAfe- GK8M. We ha«« » few »»»*- ger» la M»» It I* 2* urn getd ~buj»" <U the An Old Fashioned Rummage SALE 2 days only Friday and Saturday, January 8 and 9th Annex Chrischilles & Herbst We have taken oar Inventory sad And many email Iota of highly de*irabto merchandlao which we will sell at rummage sale price* (or quick clearance. Read thews Items carefully and don't delay— assortment* are small and prices low and they will go quickly. Ladies' suede glove*, brown, black, tan, •lie* 6 and 6H only, »UX> values, your choice for 89c. Conelette* (Gouard) mostly (&00 value* In all stse*— beautiful garment* — final clean up $1.98. Another lot of girdle* to $240 for only 98c. Children's cweater*— green, brown, wine — *lze* 85 to 86— 49c. Child'* »Uk mixed wool union •ulU, no *|eeve, knee length, »ixe* 2 fct'6 only— »LOO value for ttc. Ladle*' wool union »ulU, sixes 8 and 9, no kleeve, knee, good value for only S9c. All S1.88 satin and crepe blow** (dark color* only) (1.2*. OUwr tilk btou*Mt, value* to S1.2S for only Me. Cfelldrra'* cap and tearf *et* Miied. *1-90 value* Vtc. Odd* and end* of ladle* and Mix ftMon MOUM*, choice 3*e Curtain*. *t«xte panel*, full *ii«, tlJUt value We. Odd u»k»r» in our regular MMM •Wf b«*e, both tervici; «A4 fitOtuo, here U a real bargain. H**fcJ lot for Ue, 8 («*/ tor »l-£5. <Ail4/«i'. bttJbriggan pajani- a*. e«U*», nice* 2 to 14, nhort »fc*tt», ftfuiar CUM valnr* Vtt, HI* tat ot jewelry, bracelet*, 10e. call «a »U eotton ore****-«MI w«*'t buy tbeae fa*t c«t«rcd eaUen dre**e* for tfcte prtM in Spring Mr. Ib. jar 31 c 2 for 25c 2 for 15c MEATS OF ALL KINDS FBESH FBUITS AND VEGETABLES Anderson's Jack Sprat Store Delivery Phone 346 MBPWW^^^^^^^^^^^^ *\ L CATERING -Far tiea, outside or at the houiie. city, rural or out of town. — -frank Malhen. Phone HI). I' Unlion to battery operated receiver*. — HejjK & James, K. State at opposite Algona Frwjui i:. 1-tf OB A BI.SINKS.S OF VOLK OWN if you can (uruiah the auU/mobile fur daily nearby travel then I have a line- propbsilivii fur you. A po*t- lurij request will bring you particulars. I.el me liavu youra. K. 11. JOHNSON P. O. Box 501 Winona, Minn. Save that cream with u Vega sep urator. Ubtra biseeat boosters Medium bizt $82.50. Term*.—Bjustrom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-tt Check over this list of five cent items—every one's a special, so you'll want several of them. IGA DAWN Crepe Tissue 5c IOA Hardwater Soap 5c Palmolive Soap 5c IOA Beauty Soap ( 5c Tomato Soup _ 5c Cut Macaroni 5c Cut Spaghetti 5c Noodles 5c Mother's Best FLOUR 1.99 CREAMERY BUTTER Ib. 37c Blue "G" Fnmhtjj R*a*ted COFFEE Ib. lie PU^HW^^VMBVBMVBMMUjjMIII SEC WHAT YOUR NICKEL* AND DIMES WILL BUY IN FftESH FftUITS AND VEGETABLES TOO! Not much money, but look ot what they will buy in Fietb Food*) Hcre'a a good example oi the special* typical oi this gieat sale. TENDER Make your nickels and dimes really amount to something! The«eit«ra«hav«b««n •elected to 90 quickly at the special price of a dime each. How many do you need? SUN RIPE 5 o*. Jar CHERRIES _ lOc IGA « oa, Jar SALAD DRESSING lOc CAROL 4 os. bottle CATSUP lOc I«K SALAD » om, Jar MUSTARD .__ lOc UK HOUSE KADI8H 9 om. Jar MUSTARD „_ lOc UK. QUEEN SELECT 8*i 0*. OLIVES lOc IOA Ute 81 o* /TOMATO JUICE lOc IOA No.« «« RED KIDNEY BEANS _.10c CUT "f No.»e»n GREEN BEANS ...... -lOc UK FANCY »«•• DICED CARROTS lOc GOLDEN BANTAM No. I CORN .- lOc WHITE SWEET Ne. > CORN .. lOc TENDER PEAS IOA EX. STANDARD SIFTED JUNE No. 1 PEAS - __-10c BSttD DRY PACK N* > SWEET POTATOES ... lOc TOMATO SAUCE «>*»> SARDINES „- lOc MUSTARD SAUCE o»al SARDINES _.-.,--lOc IGA CHILI CON CARNElOc Matches 3 for IQc SANTA CLARA Prunes r IOA BUNCH Corn Flakes i--10c * fop 15c BUNCH ALL VARIETIES Spices FULL RIFB > No - * Tomatoes 15c Tuesday ALGONA LIVERMORE Admission 20c ana 25c 5c Celery.. ---- ..... lOc cooKnra » ,l»* Apples __.- ---- ,-10c Sweet Spud. -4 It*. 25c Onionf* CARROTS CRISP FRESH RADISHES Oranges 4 LABOE Grapefruit SglOc 5 Bananas lOc •BBi^SJBJBB[BJBjBjB^B^»^B»^BBB^B^B^^^^^piL.ij.»...j - >• ">" SATURDAY ONLY GROUND BEEFlb,10c PORK HEARTS----10c SUCED BACON .--10c YNG. BEEF ROAST-15c -BOLOGNA „..,_-«» Market J. a. A. Store Applet , 0 R IE *w ir\ m

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