The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pes Jtotttea. Algsna, Iowa» Jaa At Annual Meet At Whittemorc toting ineBrtw* of St "—' cvngregatHm held their , ertlng with PwsWjjjt ftefiu in th* chair at the members present and 48 ab^A fedtrard Butler was taken In r ft* * *«* member. The members of this congregation brought up a contribution at $8.205-29 for the year of 1936. It was also voted by the members to raise the salaries of Rev. W. H. Discher and Teachers H. W. Behnke and P. L Jessen. Congregational Church 10 a. m. Church School, classes for alt 11 a. m. morning worship. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. You will find a hearty welcome in our church. Doing the Same Thing The farmers are oiling their harness, getting disks Sharpened and making plans for 1937. We are doing the same thing at Neville's Store. Re- modelling the store, fixing new bins and tables on which to display the immense stock of goods bought for spring trade All ready new spring shoes and furnishings are beginning to roll in. By Feb. 1st we will have the old store full up and flowing over. We are betting on 1937 to be our banner year and we have bought accordingly. New styles, new models and best of quality for after all you have to give your customers wearing quality as well as style. This year we are stocking Peters Shoes almost exclusively. We know they are good and yofc know they are good. Peters City Club for men's dress oxfords in an the new leathers. Men's Diamond Brand work shoes has no equal for comfort and durability. In ladies' dress ties and step-ins we are featuring Peters Swing Step and their newly constructed Velvet Step They are beautiful shoes and how they do fit and hold the foot In place. No foot troubles, when yon wear Velvet Step. It Is like walking on velvet Peters Weather Bird shoes for boys and girls are sure at the head of the class. We will be ready for you with the best that money can buy. Jimraie Neville THE SHOE MAN In The WEEK'S NEWS Currer.t Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines FOB NEW LICENSE FLAJES-Stflte Rep«« n t.«v e Joe Flynn of Deccrsh. It ^ repjrted. ptan-tomtw- du-e s bill in the next legislative session to change present license plates to the yellow -ar corn type pictured Lodge Meeting— The Degree of Honor lodge met with Mrs. Frank Vera, Monday evening. An election of officers was held. Officers elected were as follows > past president Kate F. Kanouff; president, Mrs. R. w. ftoeder; vice president, Mrs. Marion Burbank; second vice president, Mrs. Bert Muckey: financial secretary, Mrs. William Geerlng: treasurer, Mrs. Frank Vera: usher. Ann Zittritsch; assistant usher, Ruth Muckey; inside watch. Mrs. Horace Van Alstyne: outside watch, Mrs. Rudy Guderlan; Juvenile director. Mrs. Rudy Guderian; right assitant Mrs. Florence Valentine; left assistant Mrs. Roy Woolridge. The regional director Mrs. Etta Bransan of Spirit Lake attended the meeting. The chapter is newly organized. Following a business meeting refreshments were served. Trinity Lutheran Aid Elects— The Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid held its annual business meet in<: last Thursday afternoon in th church parlors. The report of the treasurer showed that the Aid en joyed a successful year. Over SICK were spent for charity. The elec Mon of officers resulted as follows president. Mrs. Wm. Dau; vie president. Mrs. R. Liesener: secre t<iry, Mrs. P. J. Braner; treasurer Mrs. Fred Jacob: working commit tees. Mrs. H. Wegener and Mrs R. Liesener; sick committee, Mrs L. Hintz and Mrs. Liesener: enter tainment committee, Mrs. M. Peel EXPLOSION SATO TO HAVE BEEN USED D»^ rso BANDIT PAL—The above photo shows the scene of an e'xpiosion of a Powder Storage Shed containing 5 tons; of dyn- and three tons of powder, near Sioux Falls. South Dak- D£C 31 Mi™ Helen Seller. 25. of Sioux City. Iowa who foWd wounded, having been shot eight times, wandertng the scene of the blast, told police that four I««-«««•'• robber ean" had shot another member and herself, living 'hem in tnV'powder Shed to be killed by the exp os.on which thPv SP toff Th- girl said that she regained consciousness and £££ from the^shed before the explosion The Ma* £felt for a distance of fifty miles, and formed a crater o5 feet long. 25 feet wide and 25 feet (Jeep. banquet Members and their husbands attended. The Presbyterian adies served the dinner. Oliver Reiley. secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, addressed de group, and Opal Bourne presented vocal numbers. Bridge Party- Mrs. L. W. Fox entertained the members of her bridge club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs Julius Winkel and Mrs. Earl Griffith were guests of the club. High score prize went to Mrs. Chet Holt Birthday Party- Mrs. Winifred Gillian entertained 12 guests Sunday evening at her home at chill supper. The occa sion was her birthday. The eve ning was spent iriformally. P. T. A. Meetings- Miss Alton Smith of Iowa City who is affiliated with the Iowa Research Department of Child >\el fare, spoke to Algona parents a the Algona hi?h school. Wednes day. In the morning she address ed'the parents of pre-school child ren, and in the afternoon the par ents of elementary and adolescen children. Honor Burt Woman— Mrs. N. Victor Lowe and Mrs. Ray McCorkle entertained 12 guests at a 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at the Lowe home honoring Mrs. Hollls Trainer of Burt Bridge was the diversion of the evening. First prize was won by Mrs. Walter Jensen, and second A Treat to Celebrate Our First Anniversary (Until Saturday Jan. 16) Shampoo and Finger Wave . Manicure . 35c Facials $3.50 Permanent! for $3 ! we wish to thank you for th* patronage so generously wee*ed during our first year here. , STATE BEAUTY SHOP 50c 75* (In State Theatre Bldg.) Sunday for 4 Day* 2 Hits 2 Thu»-Ffi.-Sat, Jan. 14-15-16 All seats 21c, 2 features DIAJM TMT MOLDS YOU ffBlftlM AMD MUSICAL ADVCNtURCl SERIAL KOLN KLUB SECOND FEATURE SECOND FEATURE The \Ve»fs Own Singing Cowboy Star TEX BITTER FUZZY KNIGHT WM DESMOND MONTE BLUE in WHY WOM7 THIS BOY TAIK] A. Falk and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth. Fred Engel Marries— Evelyn Elizabeth Rakocy of Davenport, and Fred Engel of Algona were united in marriage, Tuesday evening, at Davenport The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rakocy of Davenport and has taught school for the past few years at Buffalo. Iowa. Fred Engel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Engel of Davenport and graduated from the Davenport schools and has been employed at the Dau Garage for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Engel will spend a honeymoon traveling in Old Mexico and California, and will be at home In Algona, April 1. Plum Creek Circle— The Plum Creek Literary Circle met Wednesday noon, at the Presbyterian church for the annual Farewell Party- Mr, and Mrs. in d Atrs. Ted «.^»»«w»»» --.— -- — — Mrs George Vance, and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith will entertain at a 7:00 o'clock dinner party, Friday evening, in honor of Mrs. Josephine Southgate who will leave for California. An informal evening will be enjoyed. New Music Club— Mrs. Frank Mathes will be hostess at a 1:00 o'clock luncheon on Friday afternoon to a group of women who will organize a new music club. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority met with Helen Corey at her home Tuesday evening. After a business meeting an Informal evening was enjoyed. The Algona Auction Co. Won In Alfona. Saturday, Jan. 16 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK For Saturday', sale we expect to h»v« a •«•*"* *""• ho«es and also some good brood mare* ,» •"*"'?'_£" ntlflc cow, and springing heifers; also good »««*<* J°T« stock. M y«a have any cattle or how** yo« «•*•••"» ** sure and consign them In the*, sale, - w* hare .11 Mod. of buyers. Complete line Farm Macnlnery-^w McCornrick-lDeerliiK cream separator, used but little, Fordson tractor an<T plow. « weather permits, will have 1H» to VM head of feeder pig*. This sale must start early. Win start on stock at 1:89 Also the usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. TERMS— Cash. No property removed until settled for. Open Every Day. S«Ie barn phone 77 WE HAVE A MWCH BOOM C. O. RIDDLEoper.tor and Auctioneer "MUSKT 1XADS THE nCKET* IN th. BanU-and here's the musical awr.«g£on Clarks, West Bend, Delayed In Start To Pacific Coast West Bend: Mrs. Thos. Clark was pleasantly surprised Monday afternoon when some of her friends and neighbors dropped In. The afternoon was spent In a social way and a lunch, brought by Fred S. Clarke, Ex-Resident, To Be Buried Here Fred S. Clarke, former weH known Algona real estate man and . roperty owner, died Tuesday^at ^K^JjE?'-' marcned outside to restmre'the strike there. "Song of the Gringo Free Each Saturday Matinee for Next 3 Weeks One Dionne Quintuplet Doll This Week Saturday Matinee free Treat to all BE SURE TO BRING YOUR KIDDIE KOIN KLUB CARDS chief shower. Mr. and Mr*, dark planned to leave for California. Tuesday evening, but Mrs. Clark received word of the serious Illness of her nephew. Harry Thatcher. Jr., In a hospital In Iowa City. He is the only son of Harry Thatcher o Ruthven, Mrs. Clark's brother. He is suffering with brain fever. Mr and Mrs. Clark will not leave un til favorable word from Iowa Cit is received. Purchase* Horn* Mrs. Minnie Gerber has pur chased the house in the north par of town occupied by the Wm Hardt family, and will get poses Hi on, February first In •at* of operation, in •qua) lo an UNO WOOD Portable Si if \ ,/fev^ r 23c TESTED VALUES All of The*e Foods Have Been Tested in A. * P.'» Kitchen Ann Page Tomato Sauce M BEANS 2 ««• Gelatin De»»erU, Chocolate or Vanilla Pudding SPARKLE * !*«• Sultan* Peanut 2 Ib. jar Kajah Sandwich pt. Jar Butter . . . 25c Spread . . . f Ic Ann Page Tom. 2-U oz. boU Aru. Page 18 o*. g* Ketchup . . 25c Marmalade . 15c lona Delicious 2 Ib. can Hormrf* Vegetable 16 oz can Cocoa . . . 13c Soup . . . .10c THEY FBOM THE BBIDGE-AND LAUGHED. -19e . tmit dropped off into space when a scaffolding fell fi feet 1 below they hit the safety net constructed bythe Bethlehem steVl bounced into the air two or three urnes-and came un ImPmg Their fall brought the score to nine lives saved by" conilrJcUon of the huge net beneath the Golden Gate Bndge a net tKat streK hes from shore to shore beneath the steel ^rder! where mea labor on one of the world's greatest eng.neer- ering jobs. Sweet Juicy Seedletw* w»* u Grapefruit • Head bize 5 Yellow ripe Lettuce .2forl5c Bananas Idaho Wineaap * ib *- J***'* 1 " a * ~* Apples . . . 25c Oranges . doz. 39c S Ib*. 23c doz. 21c PUkbun's PANCAKE FLOUR "PUbbury* "BEST" FLOUR S'i Ib. bag ... 19c White House ... EVAPORATED MILK . . 3 ~~ 19c - " Del Monte Bartlett 2 No. 2 en Pears . . . 27c Instant Poatum 4 oz. can . • 21e 8 oz. can . • 37c Bay View Club The Bay View club met at th home of Mrs. C. C. Miller. Tuesda with seven members present. Rol rail was "A Thought About th New Year." After the busine meeting the following program w given: "Readers' Digest", Mrs. Ada Sloan: "My Name Is Wm. Shakespeare", by Fern Brown. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Emma Dewltt Died In West The body of Dave Shaw, who died in Oregon, where he had gone for his health, arrived in West Bend Monday morning, accompanied by Mrs. Shaw. The funeral services were held at the Methodist church, Tuesday afternoon. Rev. C. K. McNary conducted the services and burial was in the Wast. Bend cemetery. Wm. Hundertmark returned on Sunday from Marshalltown, where he had been for a week visiting his mother. UCl fcj !**»••«• , — —— — — "^ i, home in Fargo. North Dakota, ollowing a stroke which he «uf- er*d Sunday. The body wltt are In Algona today and funeral I tb e Merrttt Funeral Hoo»* FTI- I lay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke and daugh- er. Mary visited In Algona this summer at the home of Mrs. Clarke's sister, Mrs. C. 8. Johnson. Shortly thereafter they went to California where they spent a few months with Mr. Clarke's mother, Mrs. Mary J. Clarke, who with her daughter. Mrs. Henry C. Adams, lives in Hollywood. They returned to their home in Fargo several ! weeks before Christmas. Mr. Clarke was apparently in good health when he was nere. It is understood that he WM In the basement of his home when the stroke occurred, and he was found unconscious there by his family. Fred Sumner Clarke was born in Algona May 21. 1881, the son of Andrew Owipht and Mary Jam; (Phelpsi Clarke. He received his education in the Algona schools and later Culver Military Academy and the Humboldt Business Col- ^~,—A" modal lllu»- troted— $49.50 t I**-, MOIfU rsa«— */ V -- or if you choose WHAT OTHER PORTABLE OFFERS AS MUCH? Former Resident • Weds in Hawaii Irvington: News received here recently of interest is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Naomi Taylor, daughter of Rev. and Mra. F. C. Taylor, now of Portland, Oregon, but formerly of Algona. Naomi was married to Julius W. Pate of New York City. The ceremony was performed on Tuesday, Dec. 22, in Hilo, Hawaii. Mra. Pate lived with her parents in AlKona, and attended the local schools when her father was pastor of the M. E. church in Algona. For the past eight years she has been i .j~..™, on the faculty of the Kohala high | Smith. school on the island of Hawaii, formed They are planning on visiting the states next summer. tlllU 111C » a»*sss WT-"»». —- — lege. He was In business here with his father under the firm name of | A D. Clarke & Company, Ltd., and the firm enjoyed a prosperous bus- inesa. Mr. Clarke, Sr, organized and was the first president of the old Algona State Bank. Fred 1 Clarke at one time owned the pres ent John Frankl farm east of Al gona and it was then known as the finest dairy and stock farm In the county. On the 29th of August. 1908, Mi- Clarke was married to Miss Helen May Finnegun, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Flnnegan of Tracy. Minnesota, who had been former Kossuth residents. Mrs. Clarke and daughter, Mary Marlea, iurvive. The Clarkes moved from Algona between twenty and twenty-five years ago and lived most of that time in Minnesota. For the past five or nix years they have been living at Fargo, where they recently built a new home. " Beside hi» wife and daughter Mr. Clarke is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary J. Clarke and uls- ter, Mrs. Henry Adams of Holly wood, and a sister, Mrs. Edith Williams of Minneapolis. Fern Hansen and Verl Smith Wed Armstrong: Fern Hansen, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Han aen, was united in marriage Wed nesday afternoon, Jan. 6th, at th Haifa Coroumnity church, to Ver Hospital News Iowa State Brand 2 Butter . . . 75c For Health Drink 6 ox- can Ovaltine . . 29c Vigorous Winey Coflue 2 Urn. Bokar . . . 45c Del Monte Coffee lib. can . • 25c 21b. can . . 47c Wheat Toilet Soap Lux . .23c ^ citken 22c First Lutheran Church M. A. 8ioi.traud, Pa»tor Next Sunday: Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Moriiina worship at 11 o'clock. Choir uratlite Una evening iThuradayj ut 7:30. The Junior Mission Band meets on Saturday afteri.oon at 2.'M at Hovcy home. AH jun- Thursday. Religious school Saturday at 9:80 a. m. to -A- * F. Baadi^on" 1 to » »• "• A&p--roo'tl Stores the Edwin <»rc- to be [,r>;seiH. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. BraaiT, l'a*tor Next Sunday: Sunday School and Kibie clu^ ^t 10 a. m. English services at 10:30 a. Hi. Sunday School teachers' meeting Baptist Church Kev. fckbwyhart, pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m- Morning worship, 11 a. m.. sermon topic: "The Ministry of Forgetting." Young People's service, 6:4S P- to. Evening worship, 7:30 p- m.. sermon topic: "The Grace of God In the Life of Noah." Mr and Mrs. Thoa. Lawman and family of Rodman Bpent S'mday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. R E. Walker. Thursday, January 7—Mr*. Clarence Seeley of Algona entered as a medical patient Friday, January ft—Evelyn Graham, local school teacher, entered as a medical patient. Sunday. January 10—Donna Jean Schoby, 20-month-old daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Schoby of near Bode, entered with pneumonia. _ Monday. January It—Phillip Walunan of Algona entorsd with pneumonia. Monday, January 11—Mra, u«o. SchMeB of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Tuesday. January l*-M«u O«>- Just the machine to help your children with their school work! Ask to tee this nut Corona Standard—and uk about our easy-payment plan too! And- our price includes case and typing lessons. Floating Shift • Touch Selector * Anchored Carriage . Ail-Around Frame . • Piano Kef Action • Full Standard Width ICeybovd • One-Stroke Ribbon Kevefst • Complete VUibiliff • Afkia ttiknr ». ucu «.- ceremony. Miss Burnita Watts was the a tendant of the bride. Glen Hansen brother of the bride, was the a tendant of the groom. Mrs. Gl bert Nelson played Lohengrin wedding march and the little Miss es Priscilla and Norma Nelson sang "I Love You Truly." After the ceremony a reception was held In th* church parlors. The young couple left immediately for Milwaukee, Wl»., on a honeymoon trip. After returning they will live on a farm near Seneca. Presbyterian Church r. C. Paul Carls " ' Give Your Business A Treat Sunday School at 10 a. «. Mom'fg worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at *:30 p. m. Union evening service at the M. E. church 7:30 p. m. ItawTa H. Hato** D. D., synod er birth. vttod. CORONA ADDING MACHINES Features, total key, subtraction t£A fa IID key, non-add key, repeat, etc *W « UI EXCLUSIVE KOBSUTH DIBTEIBUTOBfl Algona Upper Des Moines 9 North Bodge Bt

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