The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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\ The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, towa, Jap. 28,1937 Stokley CANNED VEGETABLES Distributed by our local wholesale house—Kennedy & Parsons. Order some today. All kinds of vegetables. The tomato juice is extra special. Domes in large size cans. i SOLD AT Long's Food Shop Phones 214-215 We Deliver The Algona Auction Co. We ore equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock In our sales. We will handle anything yon have to sell at our pavilion in Algona. Saturday, Jan. 3O SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK We will have • large consignment of stock for this sale, consisting of 25 head of 400 to 600 Ib. White Face Calves, good quality; a number of head of good milk cows and mixed lots of other stock; 30 head of Hampshire and Chester White brood sows due to farrow In April and May. 2S Head of good horses, including two extra good roan colts, 3 and 4 years old. NOTICE—I have made a deal with Mr. Elbert to handle the AlUs-Chalmer Tractor and equipment and if you ore in the market for a tractor, I will trade any kind of livestock or anything you have to trade also can give you good terms at 6%. Will have a good line of horse drawn machinery and I have the good line of Paul Nickle St, Son harness in stock at my sale pavilion. Remember that we have a buyer for anything you have to sell and we are here to please you. This sale must start earl}-. Will start on stock at 1:30 Also the usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. TERMS—Cash. No property removed until settled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 77 WE HAVE A LUNCH ROOM C. O. RIDDLE Operator and Auctioneer Flower Club— The Kossuth County Flower Club will meet Monday evening, February 1, at the library. This will be the first meeting of the year. Th% program will be: roll TFlowers you will ( plant call, tnttsf NOW SHOWING v „.' tan and Courage tint Defies the Horror* of Rell! Errol Flyfiri, Olivia DeHaviland The lovers in "Captain Blood" In "CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE" CaU Pathe Deluxe News Service Will Have First Picture of Flood Sat, Sun., Mon., Jan. 30, 31, Feb. 1 Continuous From One O'clock Saturday, Sunday Our Western Electric Wide Range Sound System—Finest In the Universe—IM Now Installed in The Iowa Theatre AT THE CALL THEATRE Only Dramatic Sound in Kossuth County LIVING SOUND; SOUND REPRODUCTION SYSTEM Thrill To This Living Sound With 1937's Spectacular Musical Smash A Dazzling, Sizzling, Winter Wonderland! H Call Ptake Deliute News Service Will Have 2nd Series of Pictures of the Flood spring," and will be followed by a discussion on the new and out of the ordinary from the catalogs. The discussion will be led by Mrs. A. Seeley. Members are asked to bring their 1937 catalogs. The following are the officers for 1937: president Mrs. H. J. Bode of Algona: first vice president Mrs. J. H. Brechtblll of Algona; second vice president, C. C. Smith of Burt; third vice president Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock; fourth vice president, Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore; fifth vice president, Mrs. C. H. Fuchs of Bancroft, and secretary nnd treasurer, Mrs. Paul Wille of Algona. The club motto Is "to arouse public sentiment in favor of beautifying our homes and j gardens." All are welcome to come to these meetings. Anthony Byson Weils— Mrs. Julia Savage, announced the rmirriag'e of her daughter, Mildred of Stanwood. Washington, to Anhony Byson. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Byson of Algona. The ceremony took place January 3. 1937, at Pautsbo, Washington, with the Rev. L. J. Floren, pastor of the Paulsbo Lutheran church, reading the marriage service. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Savage, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. The young couple took a short wedding trip on the Olympic Peninsula, and are at home to their friends at Juniper Beach. Mr. Byson is employed at Finck's garage in East Stanwood. He left Algona six months ago. Mrs. Byson was born and raised in Stanwood. and is a graduate of the Stanwood Union high school with the class of 1930. Bridge Party— Mrs. Carl Van Hoveh entertained at two tables of bridge Monday afternoon. The first prize was received by Mrs. P. J. Lalng and the travel prize by Mrs. Chris Wal- lukait. Watanye Club— The members of the Watanye club will meet Monday evening, February 1, for a dinner and business meeting in the Blue Room at Hotel Algona. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi business girls' sorority met Tuesday evening at the home of Ruth Roland. Eight members attended. The club meets bi-weekly. . Chicken Dinner- Miss Katherine Wernert entertained a few friends at a chicken dinner Thursday evening. The evening was a social one. Congregational Circle— Mrs. H. E. Carr's circle of the Congregational church meets today with Mrs. Henry Bunkofske for a one o'clock luncheon. L. O. A. Class— " ' The L. O. A. class of the Con gregational church will meet this afternoon (Thursday) with Mis Ella Thompson. FUNERAL RITES AT SWEA, TOE Was Bachelor; Born in Sweden; Died at Traer Swea CSty:- Funeral services for Charles Miller, .74, were held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Immannel Lutheran church with the Rev. Raymond Swansan in charge. Burial was made besMte his parents in the Swedish Lutheran cemetery in Swea township. Born, the son of Carl and Matilda Miller, nt Helsenberg, Sweden, on Sept 20, 1862, Mr. Miller came to America with his parents when 8 years of age. The family moved directly to a farm In Swea township, where they lived for 27 years. In 1897 the family moved to Swea City, the deceased buying a home in the south part of town, where he has lived the past 40 years. Mr. Miller never married. He Supper-Bridge Club— Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer were lost and hostess to member of the Penton supper-bridge club at their lorne here Sunday evening. The evening was spent at bridge. Alvin Zumach won the high score jrize, and the low score prize went o George Jentz. The club includes Vfr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld, Mr. tnd Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jentz, and DrJ and Mrs. B. 'K. Sabnson. Others attending from Penton were Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Newel and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel. Academy Party- There were about 200 in attendance at the card and dancing party at the Academy, Monday evening. Auction bridge prizes went to Margaret Hullerman and Joe Bestenlehner. The "800" prizes went to Mrs. Joe Kramer, and LeRoy Nauman. There will also be a party at the Academy next Monday evening given, by the young people of the parish. Those on the committee are Agnea Big, Mary Thll- ges, Carmel Elbert, Marcella Thill, Ruth Payne, Madeline Stoffel, Hazel Walker, Ruth Miller. Clalr Selp- man, Larry Gisch, John Besten- lehner, Wade Hansen, Joseph Llch- ter, Joseph Krieps and Gordon Kollasch. Past Matrons' Luncheon— The past matrons of the O. E. S. met a the Masonic Temple Tuesday afternoon for a one o'clock luncheon at the temple. Following women served on the committee: Mrs. D. D. Monlux, chairman, Mrs. Mart McCall and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. A business meeting was held, and the women put a quilt that they ;ire making on n frame. The pattern of the quilt in called "gloried nine patch." At the next mt-etiiiK the new matron, Mra. W. I'. French, will be initiated. Hotel Luncheon— The following hostesses will serve at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at Hotel Algona on Saturday afternoon: Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mrs. T. H. Chrlschilea, Mrs. John Hag GUST LARSON OF EAGLE TWP. DIES Swea City: Gust A. Larson, 82, died Sunday morning, January 24, at the home of his son, E. G. Larson, in Eagle township. The body was taken to Ayrshire by G. D. Curtis. Tuesday morning, where funeral services were held that afternoon. Burial was made at Stratford. * Mr. Larson had lived since last August at the home of his son, Ernest G.. who moved to a farm in Swea township last spring. Ben Cassem was in Des Moines last week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Blomster were business visitors at Fort Dodge and Des Moines Monday and Tuesday Of this week. Ernest Miller went to Traer last week to help care for his brother, Chas., who is critically ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. C. Spier. Mrs. John E. Pehrson moved to Fairmont, last week, Tuesday, where she has rented a house at 119 Albion avenue. Butte.-maker and Mrs. Hans Engen live in Mrs. Pehrson's house here. G. Buell Pearson and Jerome B. Johnson left Monday morning for Livingston, Montana. They expect to be gone a month or six weeks and to extend their trip to the coast and various point* in the west before returning. The Oi B. 8. school of Instruction for the new officers win be held Wednesday, Feb. 3, commencing at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Laura Lenz of Mason City will be the instructor. A 6 o'clock dinner will be served for all members. gard. Mrs. Theo. Hutchison Mrs. H. W. Miller. and ("hoir Party — The music committee of the Algona Methodist church entertained the church choir at a 6:30 dinner at the home of Mrs. W. A. Foster Wednesday evening. The dinner was followed by regular choir practice. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. Paul Bell, Ed Genrich, and Rev. J. H. Edge. MM. Ki»ing Entertain* — Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertained a group of friends at her home on Monday afternoon in honor of Mra. I'Jolph Miiler. Mr. and Mrs. Miller ure leaving for California the first of February. Mrs. many lovely gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Cell brutes Birthday — Gottlieb Gronbach, a widely known retired farmer, celebrated his 7'jlh birthday, Friday. His children, who live in LuVerne and Livermore surprised him Friday evening. Monday evening some of Jji.i friends and neighbors came and celebrated the event. W. O. Bridge Club Mrs. W. C. Fuller entertained the 12 members of her bridge club, W. l>. (work dodgers) Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge was played during the afternoon. Mra Chet Holt received the first prize Auxiliary— The radio and work meeting ol the Auxiliary wifl be held at the home of Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Friday, January 29, at 2:30 p. m. The eighth district will be represented in the travelogue. club !l^ Study Reading LuVerne: Reading material was the subject of the study at the Tuesday club meeting at the Peter Thompson home this week, Favorite magazines were named for roll call. Mrs. Arthur Benschoter had the subject, "Iowa Newspapers" and she particularly stressed the local and county papers. Hulda Fritzemeier study. discussed magazine Richpoint News Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill visited at the Chester Sill home last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stlltz spent Sunday afternoon with the latter 1 * parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch. Robert Black returned Sunday to Ames after spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. The Irvington Aid will give a handkerchief shower today (Thursday) in honor of Mrs. Roy Clabaugh. Mrs. Wilcox and sons are planning on moving soon to Eagle Grove to the farm they bought there last fall. Howard Raney, student at Iowa State College, Ames, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney. Mrs. George Johnson has received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Gene Clark, who died at the home of her daughter in Dakota. Mrs. Clark lived for many years at Livermore and^is known to many here. was a member of the Zion Lutheran church In Swen townShlp and for several years was janitor at the Immanuel Lutherftn church here. His health failing, he went last fall to live with his sister, Mrs. A. C. Spier at Traer, Iowa, where he passed away Saturday, Jan. 23. He Is survived by one sister, Mrs A. C. Spier of Traer and one brother, Ernest of Swea City. One sister, Mrs. Poline Olga Curtis, preceded him in detah seven years ago. Mrs. Anna Fuhrmann Die* at Son's Home St. Joe: Mrs, Anna Fuhrmann died last Tuesday morning, Jan. 19th. 1937, at the home of her ton, Sylvester, north of Llvermore. No special cause Is assigned to her death. Some time ago she broke her hlpv but had recovered from that but she has been in gradually declining health due mostly to her advanced age! and was hi her ordinary health up to last September. Her maiden name was Anna M. Link. She was born In Luxemburg, Germany, and came to this country with her parents at the age of 13 years. She was married to Joseph J. Fuhrmann of this place 59 years ago, the Ceremony being performed by Father Zigrang at St Joseph, who was priest at Livermore and St. Joseph at that time with residence at St. Joseph. There were born to Mr. and Mrs. Fuhrmann two sons: John, deceased a year ago, and Sylvester, with whom she made her home. Her husband, J. J. Fuhrmann, died 20 years ago. Mr. Fuhrmann was' a registered pharmacist and assisted In the E. S. Frank drug store in Livermore for over 60 years. They made their home In town for many years, but he finally bought a farm north of Livermore upon they moved 42 years ago. Sexton Practices Play for Feb. 5 Sexton: Practice began last Thursday evning on a play, "A Quilt Spread," to be given as part of the program at the Ladies' Aid box social Friday night, Feb. 5, in Lhe Sexton hall. The group practiced again at the Sim Bemis home VTonday evening. Mrs. Bemis and Mrs. John Huff, Jr., are the program committee. Edith Greenfield spent Saturday night at the Dale Thompson home. Dorothy Fraser spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends in Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phelps were callers at the W. J. Green home, Saturday evening. Mrs. Clarence Anderson and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield are on the sick list this week and a part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Gouge and daughters, Verneal and Marjorie, pent Sunday with relatives at Corwith. "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black entertained six couples at cards Saturday evening. Following cards a unch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and children, Algona, spent Sunday with Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. The Ladles' Aid box social has Men postponed until Friday-night, Feb. 8, became of sickness and the cold weather and snow. There will be a program and lunch will be served to those not bringing a box. IRVINGTON NEWS Mrs. Edward Ditsworth left last Saturday night for Madison, WIs.. where she was called to attend to some business. She will remain about a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary ast Sunday by entertaining the Earl Miller nnd Surnner Parson families of Burt. Mrs. Cox plans on spending this week in Algona as he has been drawn for jury service. Word was received recently that Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson of Colorado had been transferred from .here to Dickinson, North Dakota, rtr. Mikkelson has been connected with the Gamble store agency, and ms now been promoted to manager. Four Corner News LUVEENE NEWS Club— The newly formed Music will meet at the home of Mra. E. C. McMahon tor its second meeting, Friday afternoon. Virginia Schiiepf will speak on "Early History of Music." Tea — An International tea will be held at the Methodiat church Tuesday from 2:30 to 6:30. At this time Methodist churches all over the world will be holding teaa. Wilma Merkle, who attends business college at Fort Dodge, spent the week end at home. George Kabele and daughter, Frances, Goldfield, spent Saturday at the Irvin Chapman home. Dr. T. L. Williams was in Des Moines several days lait week attending the state veterinarians' convention. Maxme Smith entertained seven friends Tuesday evening at a bridge party. Mary Alice Blgings won high score, Phyllis Lichty low and Mary Farrell travel prize. Rev. R. H. Araad, district sup- erinUndent of the Evangelical church, was in LuVerne Saturday and conducted the quarterly conference of the local church members. He also preached Sunday night. Mrs. Chandoa Smith was guest of honor at a party Monday evening at the home of Superintendent Evans. Guests were the members of toe faculty and Mrs. John Jackson. Bridge wan played at three tables and a lunch waa served. Margaret Van Patten, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Farrell, Harold Lichty and John Phillips went to Ames Friday eight to see the wrestling meet between Iowa State and the Kansas State teams. Iowa State won the meet but Gene Farreil tart bis match. Mra. Everett Witham and Ellen and L. J. Lowman visited at the Ray Smith home Wednesday. The Four Corner Mothers' and Daughters' club meeting has been postponed until further notice. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson and daughters, Mildred and Ruth and L. J. Lowman returned Thursday, Jan. 14th from Oneco, Florida. They visited with Mr. Rob inson's mother for a month. which Since liis \death, Mrs. Fuhrmann has made her home with her sons, who have tenderly cared for her. She would have been 80 years old her next birthday, next month. Mrs. Fuhrmann Is survived by a few relatives, her son, Sylvester and one brother and one sister, also three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock at Sacred Heart church, Father Costello officiating and Interment was In the family lot at Mount Calvary cemetery. Irvington Farm Changing Hands Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Claubaugh visited last Wednesday (a week ago) with friends and relatives at Webster City. On March 1 the Clabaugh family will return to the Armstrong vicinity from whence they came. A Mr. Cunningham from the LuVerne vicinity lias purchased the farm tenanted by the Clabaughs and will move there March 1. This farm is better inown as the old Pickins farm. Airs. Kramer Hostess The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday by Mrs. Joe Kramer, who after the election of officers served a very dainty luncheon. The Cresco club s one of the oldest rural clubs In the county, having been organized about 28 years ago with five chartei members who were Mesdames Sa- bln, J. M. Cox, Robert Stewart, Rosie Jones and HI Roth with Mrs. Roth as the president. The new officers elected last week to serve the club during 1937 were: prei- dent, Mrs. ChrU Long; vie* president, Mrs. Grover Reed; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Carl Brown. The program committee consist* of Mra. Zelba Brown, Agnes Drees* man and Mra. Long. Duo ta the inclement weather the club party r.aa been postponed Indefinitely. Twp. Soil Meeting The Irvington township farmers met last Friday evening at the center school and elected officers to supervise the new agricultural program of this township for 1937. A large crowd attended. Officers chosen were: Henry Eischeld, as chairman; Lawrence Hutchins, vice chairman; James Black, director, and Bormann, alternate. Full details of the program have not as yet been released. News From Orpgon Word was received recently of the critical Illness of Edward Hackman of Portland, Oregon, who is suffering from heart trouble. Peter Lambert, only son-in-law of Mr. Hackman, and husband of Pearl Hackman, died and was buried at Portland last week. Edward is a brother of Geo. Hackman, local oitizen. At present Mrs, W. F. Mullica, sister of the Hackmans, hi at Portland assisting with the care of her brother. Little Vera Johnson, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson, fell on some ice at school last week and cracked a bone just above her ankle. Vera has Just recovered from a case of the measles. Nels Mitchell was a week end visitor at Clear Lake. He returned with his sister, who came to attend the funeral of Mra. Mitchell and while here contracted the flu Elliott Waldschmidt of Wesley Is assisting Mr. Mitchell with his farm work. Mr. Mitchell's plans for the future are as yet Indefinite. SPECIAL! THUR. ONLY, FEB. 4th Special Matinee 2 p. m. T W I C E A S B I G J TWICE AS GO O D ! TWICE AS MUCH FUN! ON THE SCREEN -4- IN PERSON »—Big Acto—* PABI8LEE Matter of Ceremonte* RHODA CHASE The girl with ttu> BOM Voice WINDY JACK Biiurie from BOTH (KNEEL Pretty Wuor Great Band* ta JAMES EBIKSON ADOLPHU8 ROBINSON Diminutive BUI Kobtauoa MAE M ON OUB STAGE Road Show Attraction On Our Stage Sec toe New Cbryeter-MaJpr Boww' Favorite, Featured ia Front of Can MMatBP by Maanvell Motor* A BANK » / For Home People In making plans' for 1937, our efforts will be directed toward finding out what people want and need in. efficient bank service and then give it to them. i Needless to say, any request from folks living in this eommunity will recive our first consideration. IOWA STATE BANK (Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.) R. H. Miller, Pres. H. L. Qllmore, Cashier Roy McMahon, Asst Cashier HRJUm_RBHRM.JH m.mmmmr • • ••••••••••••••• iLp ftrVWWWVrVWVWWW^^ [HARNESS New Stock of Both Black and Tan Harness just arrived—both Breeching and Back-pad All our harness carries a guarantee as to the quality of * leather and . workmanship. Should any strap prove defective we wm replace it at any time. Sec this new line of harness before you buy. Orders taken for now or later delivery. / These Harnesses Can Be Had On Our Easy Payment Plan Terms Kohlhaas & Spilles ii Bretd lor vibrant haalth and energy. BIG TWIST Nat & Iced »ilc. 16 os. loaf RaUin . . . lOc Sliced Iowa State Brand BUTTER 2 Ibs. 73c PURE LARD 4 Ib. ctn. 63c CALUMET Baking Powder 1 Ib. can 19c 9c White or W. W. pkg. of IS Pan Rolls . . 5c RJch ft Full Bodied Coffee RedCircleLg l . lb 39c Folger* 1 in, can Coffee . . . 29c g Ib. can 680 Salada Green H Ib. Tea .... 29c Black H Ib. 80o Baker's 1 Ib. can Cocoa ... lie gunnyttdd 8—l>-oc. pkg* Corn Flakes . 25c Lifebuoy Toilet 4 cake* Soap . . . 22c Washing Powder 21 os. pkg Rinso . . . 19c Daily EC* M Ib. bag LAYING MASH 78c 10-lb.bag|M« Egg 1M Ib. taw Scratch Feed 2.85 tf Ml. bag Tie Daily Mush Itt Ib. bag Supplement 3.19 Sojr Meal . DaHy Growth Calf Meal tt» ft. hue . 2.53 « Ib, bag . • 91c SeedlM*. 8i*e 1U GRAPEFRUIT 39c Freak * buoobe* Criw Cnuwoey bow* Carrots . , . 15c Celery . . . 14c Turn to "A. * F. Etaadwacoa" 1 to » n. m. Taanday WOOD A & I* I o o cl SI«11 HAD V. 9. M. WAOT AS*-]* PAYS

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