The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 21,1937 80 Burt Hunters Hunt Fox; Enjoy Fun But No Fox Burt: About eighty sportsmen turned out for the fox hunt Sunday but the hunters came home without any foxes as seems to be usually the case. A section northeast of town was bunted and the crowd then went to the Sarchett farm south of Burt with no better results. Woman's Club Met The Woman's erub met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R. H. Thompeon with Frances Vaughan as assistant hostess. The study of a new subject, that of "Modern Art and Literature" was begun at this meeting. Members responded to roll call by naming an interesting book they had read recently. Mrs. Knos Wrede gave a paper on "Modern Tendencies in American Literature" and Mrs. F. L. Pratt reviewed "Preface to a Life" by Zona Gale. G. P. Hawcott was a business visitor at Swea City Monday. The Burt firemen held their quarterly meeting Monday evening. Mrs. Will Sclpraan, Algona, visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Keams. The Horace Clapsaddles visited Sunday evening at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. The L. H. Schencks and Oscar Riddles visited the Elmer Hansens at Lakota Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zunkel, Lone Rock, visited Sunday evening at the Emil Person home. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle is now driving a new Ford car. Ralph Steward also has a new car. The L. E. Riebhoffs visited Mrs. RlebhofTs parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Johnson at Lakota, recently. George Crawford did chores at the Raymond Vogel home last week while Raymond was laid up with the flu. Mrs. Enos Wrede spent from Tuesday to Friday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Krause, at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs* Kenneth May, at Emmets burg, Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Housour and two children, Algona. spent the week end with Mrs. Housour's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Quinn Albright and son, Des Moines, spent Saturday night at Coarult WANT ADS Auto Workers Mass to Protest Against Strikes More than 9,000 men employed by the Chevrolet Gear and Axle Division of General Motors Corporation, staged a demonstration last week against the strikes which have shut down General Motors plants and thrown out of work nearly 135,000 workers. The demon- . stration shown above occurred at the main plant of the Division's four units in Detroit. The employes assembled after this demon- stratio to receive their pay checks, their last pay until the resump- tion of operations. The employes' committee voted to publlciaethetr opposition to he srike hroguh personal telegrams to Governor Prank Murphy of Michigan and to President Roosevelt The maee demonstration of protest was held under banners carrying these legends: "We don't want a strike". "We want our Job* back", "We object to minority rule" and "No labor dictators for us." In older to alleviate distress, the Corporation proposes to resume operations OB a reduced basis In plants not shut down as a result of these strike*. the F. L. Pratt home. Mr. Albright is a former Burt resident Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert visited relatives at Lakota Sunday and Mrs. Schwietert acted as sponsor at the baptism of her brother's baby. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet with Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Jennings will be assistant hostess. The American Legion treated the members of the Auxiliary to a seven o'clock dinner Monday evening, at which goose and duck was UK- main dish. Tuesday was Mrs. W. J. Lockwood's birthday and a few of her neighbors and friends went to her home that afternoon to help her celebrate the event Mr. and Mrs. James Carr, Kadoka. South Dakota, visited last Saturday at the Mrs. Carrie Ack- crman home. Mr. Carr is Mrs. Ackerman's nephew. The C. L. and Bernard Phelps families were Sunday dinner guests Sunday at the L. R Daniels home. The Leonard Scmidts, Bode, visited Sunday at the Paul Moore home. John Schroeder. Ames, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. On Sunday his parents and daughter, Ruth. Milton McBride and Maybeline Miller took him back as far as Fort Dodge. Elza and Merle Woltz visited from Friday to Sunday with nn uncle at Grand Junction. Their father, who had been staying at Grand Junction for some time, returned with them and is staying at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. R. Godfredson. vwwvwvwwuwuv HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg J5LJ wvww Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are welcome to come in for examination without charges. At that time I.can explain in detail my method of treatment Office Hours 9-5 Evening by Appointment Phones: Res. 541, Office 187 DR. a W. MEYER, D. O. General Hospital, Algona, Iowa (3 blks. So. Ford Garage) S-i Mark Kearns, who has been spending several weeks here, will leave the end of this week for Chicago, where he will spend several weeks with relatives before returning to Detroit, where he will assist in preparing the freighter, on which he is employed, for service on the Great Lakes, when spring opens up. Mr. and Mrs. R A. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, Mrs. Bertha Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bler- stedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas and Otto Loabs surprised Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt at their home in Aigona Sunday evening, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. LuVerne Lutheran Church Elections Held on Sunday LuVerne: The annual meeting of the voting members of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church was held Sunday afternoon. Dr. H. D. Meyer was chosen as chairman and other officers elected are as follows: Fred Schneider, trustee for three years; John Dallman, school director, two eyars; H. D. Ristau. three years: Chas. Wolf, treasurer, two years: Rev. L. Wittenburg, financial secretary: finance committee, John Olson, Edwin Hanselman and J. G. Miller: janitor. Wm. Tiede. An installation service of these officers will be held Sunday morning. Ward Boyce. Munlius III., is a guest at the Mrs. Josephine Scribner home. Lloyd Smith is attending a grocers salesmen's meeting at Des Moines this week. The Chas. Bartons. Algona. spent Sunday at the Mrs. Kate Barton and Bowman homes. The Tom Masons. Clarion, were Sunday visitors at the Lottie and Jennie Muson home. Gottlieb Hanselmans are the grandparents of a daughter horn Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bucns- er, West Bend. Mrs. Buengcr was formerly Helen Hanselmau. Book Review At Joint Birthdays Ottosen: The Ladies Run! club met at the home of Mrs. Koy Telford Thursday afternoon. Fourteen members answered roll call with New Fiction. Mrs. Earl Lon^ gave a hook review on "Black Soil." The guests wi-re Mrs. Irvin Movick, Mrs. Edgar Jacobson. Mrs. Earl Firkins. Mrs. Caroline Telford, Mrs. Hanson. Gladys Hanson and Mrs. Edward Von Bank and jon of West Bend. A very delicious lunch was served by the hostess and the assistant hostess, Mrs. Ed Zinnel. Mr. aad Mrs. Peter Holt were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Daiil were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson of Whittemors visited at the Percy Watnom home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter. Patty Ann-- of West Bend vUted at the Peter Holt home, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zlnnel and their daughter, Muriel, visited at the E. Hundertmark home at Mallard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dnurte and daughter of Swea City were dinner guests at the Percv Watnem home Sunday. The W. W. T. club enjoyed a turkey dinner at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Cli'.ford Landen, Thursday evening. The evening was spent socially. Those who were Fort Dodge shoppers Saturday were: Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Mrs. ffidgar Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Firkins, LeRoy Kleppe. A number of friends surprised Clarence Purdy at his home Saturday evening, the occasion being his birthday. The evening was spent in playing cards. A delicious lunch was served at a la'.e hour. A number of members from the Ottosen Ladies Progressive club and the Ladles Rural club attended a Book Forum given at Humboldt Friday afternoon. The Ottosen Progressive club acted a* one of the hostesses. Special Catering or Party Service Either at our home or in yours —save yourself time, trouble and money. Frank Mathes Coast to Coast Store January CLEARANCE SALE" Look! Read! Buy! Every item advertised must be sold regardless of cost or retail price. 36 B Batteries, 70 r 45 volt . . ea. ' JC 4 sets Truck Chains 30x5 or 600-20 $ J <K dual heavy . ^' JJ Tires 4 ply Fork Handles each 39c Wash Tubs, large size . Heaters, Man- 7 CA ifold Chev '29 36 J ' JU Wash Boilers, 0 QQ ill copper. Ig *" J0 Cream Cans Q0 r in ~-t */«/V 10 qt. Telephone Bat- 1Q- teries . each 1 *'*' Milk Pails 13 Y* quart 33c 1 Philco used 1ft ftft radio, 2 volt. 1U « UU One 4-tube A. C. Radio ___ Hammer Handies, each 32x6 Truck 0 DC chains duals, hvy* 7 '*™ Eope, 50 ft. 3/ a inch Axe Handles, good grade ____ Battery, 13- O QQ plate, guar. ex. 4 " JO JOE BLOOM COAST TO COAST STORE

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