The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 25,1937 North East * Kossuth ••••••^MUMaB—^—JM lelH fcfOREI BONELESS ROASTS A delicious roast that is easy to carve. The whole or half of a Smoked Roulette that is boned, rolled and tied. For the week end a special pnce of 24c per pound. GEN. FILLET OF HADDOCK pr Ib 17c BEEF TO BOIL __ per Ib. lie STEAK Round and Sirloin Steaks at a special price of 23c per pound. Please advise us when you wish special cuts to swiss or for an oven roast. BEEF ROASTS You can rely on Council Oak for Sunday Roasts that please in every particular. For this sale we have tender juicy beef roasts for 14c and 16c per pound. .. • - Canned Apricots Fancy tree ripened Blenheim Apricots in good syrup. Exceptional value at our sale price of 16c for the large No. 2% can. Thomas Laxtorv Peas We are anxious that you try this new English variety. An extra large sweet, meaty pea, that is simply delicious. Don't fail to try them at our special price of 12c on the No. 2 can. Preserves Strawberry and Raspberry Preserves in the large 24-oz. jar at a special price of 18c. A delicious spread for bread, hot biscuits and for a cake filler. Vanilla, Wafers Fresh baked wafers at a special price of 2 Ibs. for 25c. Cookies you enjoy with coffee and with gelatin dessert or Ice cream. Coffee Our "Red Bag" . _ Pound 19c—3 Ibs. 55c Frigate Sardines No finer fish for Lenten lunches than tfiese fancy Norway Sardines in olive oil. In easy opened aluminum tins. For this sale, 2 cans for 13c. Post Toevsties For this sale the large package of this crisp, crunchy Breakfast Cereal a"t a special price of •LUC* Golden Brown Correct sugar for cake frosting and pancake syrup. Wednesday special, 2 Ibs. for lie. f^V»//1r\l ^""blnation Soap ... . flQ,_. ^b^vvyUUl and Water Softener. "**' p **' 13fC SbecuUJ $IO&$IOO For Your Old Radio anon vj ^ Automatic Tuning PHILCO ALEATHIA BRACK WEDS WEDNESDAY Bride of Walter Miller; Young Couple to Live Near ELmore Ledyard: Wednesday, Februray 24th, at 12 o'clock noon a very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Methodist church when Aleathia Coreane, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and Walter Edward Carl, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller of Elmore, were united in marriage by the Rev. Harvey Nelson, with the single ring service. The church was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and cut flowers. The ibridal party entered the church to the Lohengrin wedding march played by Miss Fern Lewis of Lakota. The bride was given in marriage by her father Tlce Brack. Gertrude Wortman of Lakota sang "At Dawning" and "I Love You Truly." Mary Jane Lewis of Lakota was maid of honor and Wilson Brack, brother of the bride, was best man. Marjorle Mayer and Marjorie Gabel were flower girls. The bride wore a white satin ankle length dress and a veil held in place by a band of pearls find orange blossoms. The bridesmaid wore a light blue georgette ankle length dress. The flower girls and train bearers wore light blue crepe. Following the wedding a reception was held at the Blue Earth hotel for the bridal party and Immediate relatives. The bride came here eight years ago from Ware, Iowa, and the groom was born and reared in this community. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the local school, Walter In the class of 1932, and Aleathia, the class of 1932, While In school both took part in many activties, each being in the junior and senior class plays and two band plays. Both played basketball and worked on the school paper. Since graduating Walter has helped his father on the farm and Aleathia has helped at home and in her father's general store. After a short wedding trip liie couple will be at home on the groom's father's farm near Elmore. Page Elmore, Minn. Girl, Well Known in L.akota, Chosen Big 10 Beauty Queen NORTHWESTERN CHARITY BALL QUEENS—Left to right: Dorothy Clark, University of Illinois; Mary Comstock University of Iowa; Caroline Pope, Northwestern University; Jane Russell, Purdue University; Dorothy Jean Clifton, University of Wisconsin; Betty Galloway, University of Ohio; Jean Jacob, University of Chicago, a niece of Mrs. Emily Spen, - of Algona, and Joyce Kerr, 21, Elmore, Minn., student at the University of Minnesota, who was chosen beauty queen of the Big Ten conference schools at Northwestern University charity ball Friday night at Chicago. Miss Kerr Is a very popular young lady and Is well known at Lakota by the younger set. W. Joos, Lakota Farmer Is Victim of Pneumonia Ledyard Pupils Talk on Highway Safety, Friday Ledyard: Friday afternoon the pupils of the local school listened to a> very Interesting program In the high school auditorium. First was a program sponsored by the Highway Patrolmen of Kossuth county safety council. Mr. Reiley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, spoke first and then Introduced Joe West and Al Sturzing. Two films were shown. Edith Logan and Cleo Gabel spoke their declamatory selections and six pupils from the sixth grade gave a pantomime of Washington chopping down the cherry tree. Others spoke pieces and sang some songs. Died Suddenly Friday at Home Two Miles NE of Lakota FUNERAL SERVICES HELD ON TUESDAY Lakota: William Joos. who has been suffering the past two weeks 6 Models to Choose From BJU TROM'S Home Appliances Alguua, Iowa Swea Oity, Iowa dfch la on Want-fid Oppoitii/uileA Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter went to Olin Friday to visit her parents. Esther Slems spent Saturday and Sunday at her home near Whlt- temore. The Chester and the Burton Johnsons were ill with the flu Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane are having dental work done at Hurt. Arvid Brandt of Minneapolis spent Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brandt. The Edward Halversons and the Harold Granners were six o'clock dinner guests at the A. E. Laurit- zens Sunday. Guests at the Ace Warners Sunday were Leonard Warner and Evelyn Bierstcdt of Burt, Mrs. Rose Moulton and Alice. Agnes Olson spent the week end at her home near Bancroft. Her mother is In very poor health and Dr. Williams of Lakota was called Friday. There were no services at either the Methodist or Lutheran churches Sunday as neither the Rev. Harvey Nelson nor the Rev. Boese could gel over from Lukota due to blockec roads. R. K. Canary, local Northwestern agent here, left Friday for several weeks' trip to Kentucky and Tennessee. Ernest Madson of Fox Lake, Minn., is relief agent during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the district R. L. C. A. at Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. Thompson is district secretary of the Auxiliary of the Rural Letter Carriers' Association. Mrs. Rose Moulton was a supper guest at the John Drews Friday. The Drews soon move to u farm near Swea City which they recently purchased. Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Mrs. Jay Blome received word Friday of the death of their cousin, Mrs. Arthur Kix at Hubbard. Funeral services were Monday. Due to the roads they were unable to go. Cleo Gabel and Edith Logan spoke in the first round of the district declamatory contest at Armstrong. Edith won first, speaking in humorous with "The Yanks Are Coming." Cleo gave "Mothers oi Men", a dramatic selection. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Rose MouKon, Mrs. Ace Warner, Mrs. John Drew attended the basketball game at Lone Rock Friday night The local boys lost 23 to 19 but the girls won by the large score of 65 to 24. The following people surprised Mr. and Mm. Gloo Behse Friday flight and a pleasant evening was spent there playing cards and games: the L. A. and Frank NiUes Fred Dors«ys, Wm. Knoners, Ed Loofts, Ted Greww, Mr,; H Gray and Dorothy and Buddy with flu-pneumonia, passed away very suddenly Friday evening at 10 o'clock at his home two miles north east of town. Mr. Joos was thought to be recovering and had sat up during the day, but earlier in the evening called his family and told them he was going and was gone before a doctor could be located. Funeral service* we™ held Tuesday. 'The family consists of his wife, four sons and four daughters. 25th Anniversary A group of Swea City friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson Friday evening when they came to help them celebrate their 25th wedding aaniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson have five sons and one daughter. Substitutes in Pulpit The Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng received word the latter part of the week that their son-in-law, Gero'd Ukena, Jesup, Iowa, was sick and Norman Frerking, student at the University of Dubuque, supplied his pulpit last week Sunday. Mrs. Charles Winter was on the sick list last week. County Superintendent Shirley was a recent visitor at the Lakota schools. Mrs. Jerry Ukena was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday evening for an operation and is reported convalescing satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper, Titonka, were visitors at the Orville Buffingtons Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Klester, Mrs. D. C. Kiester, Elmore, Minn., and Mrs. Lillian Patterson, Rolfe, were visitors at the Harry Mussmans, on Saturday. Twenty-eight young people of the Presbyterian Christian Endeavor enjoyed a party at the church parlors Friday evening. Considering the snow gtorm, that was a fine crowd. Mr. and Mrs. William Wirtjes entertained the S. M. K. Saturday afternoon in honor of their son, Virgil, who was 11 years old. Eighteen guests were present to enjoy the games, music and/ eats. A family party was held at the Jerry Heetland home Thursday evening in honor of Sylvia Randall, who left for home Saturday. Thirty relatives attended. The young folks played games and the older ones visited. Gertrude Wortman and Mrs. Raymond Winter took Sylvia Randall to Mason City, Saturday, who after a short visit there will leave via train for her home at Glenburn, North Dakota. Miss Randall, who is a daughter of Mrs. Hattie Winter Randall, has been visiting relatives here since last September. Officers Reelected By Pre»by. Society Grant, Swea City Win Tourney Tilt at Grant School Grant: A large crowd attended the basketball games at the Grant schoolhouae, Thursday night, sponsored by the Grant men. Eagle lost to Grant, while Swea City won from Ledyard. The proceeds of $19 were donated to the church fund. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Overfield were Sunday visitors at the H. L. Read home. The Grant Ladies' Aid will meet Wednesday, March 3 at the Tena Wescott home. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price of Swea City visited Saturday at the N. L. Read home. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson of Kiester, Minn., visited Sunday at the Henry Selberg home. Mr. and'Mrs/Walter Magnusson and daughters visited at the Frank Magnusson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg and children were Sunday dinner guests at the John Patterson home. An eight pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link, on Friday at the Esthcrville hospital. Friday night a group of neighbor! gathered at the Comer home the occasion being a farewell party. Mrs. Hicks and son, Bobby of Mnrshalltown. have come to live at the home of Mrs. Hicks' parents the W. C. Nelsons. A Inrg-e group of neighbors attended n farewell party given in honor of the Walter Heerdts and N. H. Bolins Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hamilton nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcrwin Read and son of Lyle, Minn., spent the week end at the H. L. Rend home . Sunday dinner guests nt the Leonard Mino home were Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Mino nnd children nnd Mrs. Sam Christophel nnd son. Wayne. Pcnrl Comer who hns been working nt Hewitt, Minn., returned to her home Monday of last week to help her mother who Is moving to Austin, Minn. The Young People's Aid of the East Chain Lutheran church met nt the Andrew Pederson home Wednesday. The afternoon was spent In playing games. The Walter Mngnusson . family attended n fortieth wedding anniversary party in honor of Mr and Mrs. Herb O'Dell nt the East Chain hall, Thursday night. A get together meeting was held at the GrnnUM. E. church last Wednesday evening to listen to n talk by the missionary, E. Stanley Jones, which was broadcast over :he radio. After the speech a lunch was served by the Ladies' Aid. fortune to smash his thumb. Mr. nnd Mrs. Osonr Frandle nnd family autoed to Forest City Inst Sunday and spent the dny with her sister nnd husband, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Klipping. Lone Rock Man's Bull Tops Sale Lone Rock: Merwin Cliristenson. who trucked two Polled Hereford* for Cliristenson & Son lo LcMnrs, last week for the 18th annual snte. returned Thursday. The Ohristen- son bull topped the sale. Mr. nnd Mrs. fart Angus. Rtelln nnd Lnura Dittmer from near Bancroft were visitors of Mrs. Angus' sister, Mrs. Lnurn Hohensteln, last week. On Saturday afternoon. Robert, Grace and Lillinn Angus nnd Mrs. Harold Angus were callers. Hebron Twp News Levlne Legrled visited school last rfonday. Mrs. Gust Nelson's sale was well ittended last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskln pent Monday afternoon at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskln and er brother spent Monday at Mason City. Mrs. Adrian Hauskln spent last 'ucsdny with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd ,oge. Miss Evelyn Kennedy spent last nturday at Blue Earth doing some hopping. Mrs. Selmer Mntheson assisted ktrs. Nels Matheson with quilting ast Thursday. Adrian Hauskln helped Marvin 'hompson move last Tuesday to a arm near Scantle, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fenske and amily spent last Friday at the onrad Hesseldahl home. Hilda Johnson and friend visited unday with her sister and fam- y, Mr. and Mrs. John Badje. Otto Boehm, son of Mrs. William oehm, underwent an operation for pepndicltis one day last week. A surprise party was given for lather Halverson and Mrs. Enoch tanson for their birthdays recent- Clarence. Haveland and«Dr r Bohm f Brlcelyn were busy capsuling orses In this locality last Wednes- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mldthune and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Halvnrson home at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent last Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Ole Hauskln at Blue Earth. Ole Hauskln of Blue Earth has been doing some carpenter work for Ed Siemer and had the mis- spEcmu ForFri.iSat. SPECI4L WEEK END OFFER I &^l££faSr%iHl % Pttn p "5: <* BtOtrj MM oo* FT ... JSL fLAn TIQgR ««Bl ACTIVE BATTERY , ?nr rural**. »«eb«m» Prtc* . 45 PLATE TIGER SUPER ACTIVE BATTERY 8JJJ--..O..T, P^y, «d .ta Sywn. 9 >»«uu»«* Pri,. ......... FRKB ntSTALLATIOHl rrtd«y f.b. M »mt Cat. F.b. 17 Only ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. HnrrinRton J. D. Low* HARRINGTON & LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BOVAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QfARTON H. W. MILLER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. BIdg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. Van Ness O. W. Stillmaa VAN NESS & STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, lowm Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly 8HUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa .Phone M L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby BIdg. Phone 188 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res 315 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a E. McMahon L. E. Unnan 3ULUVAN, M'MAHON A UNNAJV ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflca Phone 00 PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS GAMBLE STORES Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Agencies ut Uritt & Uarner J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN A BURGEON Office fomtrly occupied by I>r. -jfc L. Rlet over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 330 ALGONA, IOWA O. H. CHETZAIEYER, JH. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. I'liono 444-310 MELVIN O, BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 107 Res" 194 OSTEOPATHS Laiiota: Mesdames J. H. Smith ind John Heetland wsre hostesses to the Presbyterian Missionary society Thursday afternoon ut the Smith hcme with a good crowd in ettendancu. Election o; oCfio:ri ri- sulted in old officers being selected: president, Mrs. I. E. Wortman; v-e [.resident, Mr:,. Jerry Heet'and; secrctary-treasujt-r, Mrs R. L. Williams. Mrs. Vance Lej e- had charge of the devotions: group singing, scripture, and prayer. Mrs. Lester read several reports of work in thu msgri scr.r^ls. Mr.. Hilmer Hansen read a paper on "Thank God for Friends." Mrs. Coonie Roelfsema read a paper on "Putting Cotton Plant, Ark., on the Map", and Mrs. R. L. Willituns lead one MI "Southern Negro Preaching Missions." Mrs. J. A. Baiger gave a group of abort poems. Let Uj Spring Building and Improvement Plans Any improvement, aside from simple repair jobs can always be done better and usually ttt less cost if the job is done from carefully worked out plans. This applies to remodeling jobs; also to small building :»,-' as chicken houses, hog houses, granaries and cribs as well „•• barns and homes. Even if you had to pay something for the plans, although in most cases you get then, for littlo or noil,,,,- w,, •!•;.,plans will always save ,mirh more time (l ,,d n,;tt,. r i,-,i thr.n tv- WeO Vo^APV- ,.. v DR. 8. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- <urgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital p noi f e ,„ DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCIIAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone J33 R««^hone_i74__ Algona. Iowa OEO. I). WALRATH, D. O.^sT GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postoffice Block PhoneJQ__._^ Algona. Iowa KARL It. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 14 Res . Pho * e U(J that is up-to-the-i service that covers interested. in chviii'ii a •, f of huiliii-r i'i' ; n ilrtail up,I w'ii li you in-... • Make use of it and B ft the best results in your Sprh for every dollar you spend. New materials of all early as you can as r, r ; ... are rwi'lv for work. BM<F. S. Norton & C. Algona, Iowa VETERINAIUAN8 Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B Winkal Offlre 220 West State Strlef Office Phone 475-W R es . 47S-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moioes Algona Upper Des Moiuea office for partruclara

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