The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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The Algofla Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 4,1937 SPEC I HI 5! MLFILTtR 1 10,000 mile BUST- A *J*» d «t tempered 33&A: $ THESE PRICES COOn rn»lZ ' Including can' :> and 4 Fed. tax HANDSAW w-te«ii-m iota. A Real BUgata Ssfeftto CLAW HAMMER 16 or. Chrome- Vaaadinm Steel. MUSIC PROGRAM AT LONE ROCK Rhythm Band in Concert Before P. T. A. Last Monday Lone Rock: The Parent Teacher, association met Monday " sch °°' AND "AMBLE STORES RFmnm Department Stores puptta, "j immiei Our Puppy- rrt ^w per> Doris Marlow and Gordon Wegener played instru ment* on "Hot Lips"; music, "Pie™. ty of Money," Charles Hawks as Go dl W U8JC ' " Ancho « Away^ «Mv £ W ,^ gener as soloist; music iJri?^ ^ ', Ruth Householder as soloist; music, "I'll Never s N » ist-t,f^ n 'K, Gordon We S*ner, solo- r*'r,« °, r h i gh sexte »e; verse choir Crus" . 6 St ° ry ° f 4-H Hostess Smart Fur-Trimmed SUITS Unexcelled in Fashion.. Quality.. Valuel J5. TOMORROW I JfoMtiiiiifeiW^ that are flattered tyr gorgeous for trimming*—each tailored to perfection from superior fabrics- all so stunning in silhouette and detail. Iguiy new bright shades included. - — —..*,.. was hostess to •= *-«. club Saturday afternoon. Prlebe Birthday Party A birthrinv party was he i d fo home Sundaj _ were Mr. and .--- and Ed PHebee Ralph Priebes, Ban 1 Mrs. Delmar Fishei and Mrs. William Fisher Hernia Operation Hiram Ackerman left Monday will undergo a hernia operation. * Drive to So. Dakota Hawks and Gerald Hutch- Irove to Redfleld, South —. last Thursday, movine- thp machinery for Ed Mariow. who will rvnii move '° a farm south of Burt them Iow "turned here with Reinhold and Ruth Person spent Monday at Fairmont. Gust Kraft spent Sunday at the Fred Kulows, Ringsted. The I. W. Nelsons spent Sunday at the Floyd Bacons, Burt. The Ora Hulberts were Sunday guests at the Ornie Behrends, Seneca. Esther Godden spent Saturday afternoon at the Martin Larsons Burt. were Sunday supper guests at th Lawrence Newbroughs. Giles Halloran, Jack Hallow and Michael McGlnnis, who hav been visiting at the Hugh Walshs returned last week Wednesday t their home at Reddick, 111. A farewell party was held Satur day evening at the William Stout enberg home for Mr. and Mrs. Har old Jones, who move to a farm nea Swea City. Fifty attended. Theo. Krueger and daughter, El ma, were Saturday evening dlnne guests at the Geo. Jentz home, Fen ton. They were Sunday dlnne guests of the Clarence Theesflelds Fenton. The Edwin Aliens, Burt, spen the week end at the Calvin Householders. The Aliens and Mrs Householder and children spen Sunday afternoon with Ellen Wolfe Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jacobson Humbofldt, spent Sunday at the William Nelsons. Melvin Nelson who is employed there, accompanied .hem here. Lucille Nelson returned with the Jacobsons for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Martha Pompe and children, •"enton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm ind children, Fenton, Mrs. Frank 'ompe and two daughters, Lotts >eek and Mansford Peterson, Swea City, were Sunday evening -uests at the Albert Kressins. Mr. ind Mrs. Harry Thilges, LuVerne, pent Friday there. Deloris Krause is assisting at the Wll lam Jentz home, Fenton, this WOOIC Charles Morris attended a supervisors' meeting at Mason City las The Harry Hobaons spent Son day afternoon at the D. T. Hobsons, Burt. Mrs. Ben Schmidt and daughte «* the Rob. Peter Muellers Were Honored At A Surprise Party Whittemore: A surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller Friday evening. The occasion was Mr. Mueller's 80th birthday. Among the friends and relatives who were there were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zinnell and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller, Ralph and Lester Schumacher, Mrs. G. Mueller and family, Harvey and Hubert Mergen, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Semon and family, all from here, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thill of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John Friders and family of St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heiderdscheidt from West Bend. The evening was spent playing :ards and lunch was served before the guests went home. MAR. 1 CHANGES, BURTLOCALITY Usual Turnover Pound as Spring Work Approaches Batter Rlngsted The Ringsted independent bas- tetball team met the local town team on the local floor here Friday night and were defeated by the arge score of 57 to 20. Style Favorites for Spring! DRESSES ; Penton were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Krauses. Aglow with Exquisite Colorl Glorious new printed frocks in stunning colorful designs... marvelous suits and dresses in navy or thistle ... charming spaced prints in gay floral pat- ems—superb in fashioft ... splendid in quality. 95 -STUNNING- New Spring HATS * Every new shape + "Tops" in value • Gay perky models The Spring materials include fabrics, sewed braids, light felta, pendaUnes and various straws—new brims, smart colors—you simply MUST see them. All headsizes. IWKl^w Eugene Blanchard, Mason City spent the week end at the parenta J. M. Blanchards. The Emll Krafts were Sunday supper guests at the Herman Reis- ners, Lotts Creek. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Roy Jensen spent last Thursday with Mrs. V. L. Whalen. The Henry Kuecks, Good Hope were Friday evening guests at the Walter Thompsons. The Eugene Pearsons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Algona. The William Knolls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R F. Hawcott, Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laabs were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leland Hantelmans, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willrett. of Fenton, called Sunday afternoon at the Jim Ackerman and Frank Flaig homes. Mrs. W. C. Leeper returned on Saturday evening from Hill City, Minn., where she has been at the Glen Leepers. Mrs. Charles Morris and Esthe Godden visited Friday at the Ern est Kruegers, Burt, ard were als Algona visitors. Friends and neighbor held farewell for Mr. and Mra. R. L. Dransfeldt at their home last wee Tuesday evening. Dale Earing and Stanley and El is Guest, Bancroft, spent Sunda with Earl Earing at the Mrs. Evel yn Earing home. Fred Genrich and S. E. Straley ?*enton, attended the funeral o Mrs. Frank Yule, Estherville, on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittme pent Friday at Mason City. They spent Sunday afternoon at thi ceonard Dittmers, Burt. The M. O. Richards family spen Sunday at the A. L. Greenfields Sexton. Mrs. Eliza Richards, Al gona, accompanied them. Phyllis and Charles Hawks ac ompanied Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geiteznauer to the John Geizen uers, Armstrong, Sunday. The Robert Murrays, Spencer pent Sunday at the Charles Bierlea toy Bierle has been ill the past wo weeks with glandular fever. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Angus, son lugene and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jigus spent Sunday afternoon at he Delmar Angus home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper and on, Darrel, spent last week at the W. C. Leeper's, their children, Billy and Jean staying at the Hugh Marlows. Oscar Warner, Ledyard, was a Saturday supper guest at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. Gladys Stebritz of Bancroft spent the week end there also. Mrs. William Nelson and children spent Saturday afternoon at the Alton Hulberto, Whittemor*. Dorothy, small daughter of the Hulbert», has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rock- CUy, Mr. and MM. C. R GwUn- i ^MP* «nd tb« Hildreth Fwiton, spent Sunday at Uw O<HM«* Pvttite. ^^ Mr. and Ifn. H. and Mr. and Mrs. son, Business Enlargements Martin Etscheld had work men In ila place of business tearing out a >artltion between his pool hall and >ar. It was again erected in the west side of his place and Russell Jrady, who had a barber shop In the east part of the implement shop, moved in with Martin Els- cheld. Paul Uhrich, who operates the local variety store, will add this room. Brady had to spread out his large supply of stock. •thall to Ottoaon ti» nvJbUoMhte! girt* t) team played the Cylinder girls at West Bend last Wednesday at the sectional tournament and won by a score of 37 to 28 and on Thursday night they played the Ottosen girls, which was one of the bes games of the tournament at West Bend. Both teams were determined to win and at various times both teams were one or two points ahead of the other and tied several times and In the last four minutes Ottosen took the lead and won by the score of 32 to 26. Lawrence Youngwirth of Wesley spent the week end wlfh Lucian Meurer here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler of Algona were Sunday visitors with relatives n Whlttemore. Irene Heller who is attending high school at Algona spent the week end with her mother, Mrs ""red Bierstedt. Julius Deldrick and Michael Bauman purchased 1937 Chevrolets rom the Polrot & Schattschneid- r garage last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley, Jr., were visiting in Fairmont, Minn., Tiursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons. Mrs. Fred Henrich who has been a patient at the McCreery hospital for a tumor operation, returned home last Wednesday. Annabelle Semon, Ada Fandel Genevieve Alig, winner in the declamatory contest, were in Algona on business last Thursday. Burt: Among the farmers of this vicinity who ate moving this spring are the Keith Strayers, who went to Algona; A. Maasden family from near Bancroft move to the farm they left; the George Sears family are moving to the farm vacated by he A. M. Gustafsons. who moved to Ogden; Mr. and Mr*. Bernard Jensen will live on the Moser farm •acaled by the Sears family: Hent- fres Bros., are moving to Al.iona, anH the Albert Goulds. Algona. will move to that farm. Hnr.'ry Johnsons are moving to ?:. fcpnediot; he Walter Johnsons nre moving to Vindom, Minn.; Dave \Vebers will arm the Tony Lohsc place; Clnrion ..ongs go to the place formerly oc- upied by the Art Boeckholdts; the Mennett Trunkhills will farm the ". P. Trunkhlll farm; the Rnnncy 'utzs, who have been near Trun.,iii, ] tfinn., are moving back to the Her- j man Putz farm and the Herman 'utzs plan to move to Burt soon. Office Rooms Rented Mrs. Helen Peters has rented Dr. 'eters office rooms to the Will Jecker family, who will live in lem. Mr. Becker is the new but- her. Mrs. Peters has also rented er house near the school to the mil Haase family of Fenton. Mr. aase is a carpenter. Mrs. Kriethe Recuperating P. F. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia, went to Rochester, Minn., Saturday to visit Mrs. Kriethe, who is In the hospital there. They found her getting along nicely. Mrs. J. G. Thaves and son, Bobby, accompanied them to Albert Lea, Minn., where they visited relatives. The group returned Sunday. Dr. Clapsaddle PI Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle has been quite ill with an infected throat recently. Welcome Home, O. P.! Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald entertained at dinner Saturday evening In honor of O. P. McDonald's return from Texas. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, Emmetsburg, Alvln Hanna, Wolf Point, Montana, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith. A. C. Bernhard has been quite ill for several days. The Dessert bridge club met on Tuesday with Mrs. H. W. Trainer. Helen Wade was a guest at the N. I. Morness home Saturday night The Ladies Aid society is quilting for Mrs. B. W. Brooke this week. D. L. and O. P. McDonald and Alvln Hanna were Spencer visitors Monday. , 'tiw. .JB. C. Bchwietert will entertain the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Clifford Holding moved the A. M. Gustafson family to Ogden Sunday and Monday. The Art Blerstedts were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Meyers home in Bancroft. Mrs. J. W. Dorrance and Mrs. A. H. Melnzer have been on the sick list the last few days. Mrs. Anna Ambrose, Des Moines, came Saturday and is working at the Ray Smith home. MONEY TO LOAN Automobile Loans Extremely Low Rates LOANS -MADE ON YOUR PRESENT CAB We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSERS OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous—prompt and confidential cash loan service. Call in Person or Write Western Credit Co. 206 East State St. Algona, la. 9-EOW The Rev. G. W. Wcssel was In Alg-ona Monday making: some rep airs on the house he owns there. Joan Chipman was eight years old Afondny and entertained the girls in her room at a party that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Snndcrson Bango, Wis., spent the week end at the E. C. Sanderson and E. !>. Dlck- meyer homes. W. O. Hulin went to Cedar Falls Friday evening. Mrs. Hulin, who had spent a week there, returned home with him. The Will Knolls. Lone Rock, the Jim Knolls and Geo. Sears families were Sunday dinner guests at the R. F. Hawcott home. Friday evening, Mrs. Maude Hanna entertained Mrs. George Hanna, Everett and Myrtle, Dorothy Smith, the Delbert Hnnnns and U H. Schencks and Alvin Hanna, Wolf Point, Montana. Proved by bine print* she couldn't have bepn unfaithful In thft yacht pllot-hoiwp. The m»- nraal matrimonial difficulties of the pretty ex-model In The American Weekly, the ma*a- tine distributed with next Sim- day's Chicago Herald and Examiner. REFINISH floors for the last timefr Give your floors a Minwax finish and never again will you have the mess and expense of rescraping. is a liquid (plain or 5 beautiful stain i» i~." Penetrates deep into the wood it pecomea paH of the floor. Unlike surface finishes it cannot wear off. Wherever the wood Itself becomes worn a simple wiping restores the color and finish withoS ,h7w ng japs or streaks. The care you ordinarily Rive your floors will keep a Minwaxed floor permanently beautiful! lnwB « a ipSSsi«^^ to KPm T*>nr floor* forev*^ wsr WIN WAX K, S. Cowan Floor Surfacing Contractor Phone 639 Kresensky's HOW TO MAKE THE VERY MOST OF YOUR SUIT With n costume blouse. with fitted hip bnnd and gathered neckline. $1.95 THEY'RE NEW!... They're Original... They're Our Spring "Dresamdker" Styles With a large patent leather handbag and 9 handles $1.00 With detailed doeskin glores, $2.49 With belted fabric gloves, $1 ..L. Lace bordered pique bib and collar. White 59c Kresensky's < Ur\*C*O TT/^r»wi-»»-»-*»- *—. SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES SUIT BOUTONNIEBES from 49o With un extra "swing" skirt in smooth wool $2.95 WITH YOUR ENGINE OIL-PLATED OIL-PLATING differs widely from other lubrication in this plain way: It remains lastingly fastened to pistons, bearings and other parts, oven when they ore nor in mot /on. This is made possible by the Germ Process — patented—which gives Conoco Germ Processed «l jtt strong attraction for all working parts, so that they become durably Oil-Plated. Oil-Plating is not like any lubrication that merely goes on-and-off. Once Germ Processed oil covers the parts it never leaves them bare of Oil-Plating . . . Never when the pistons race thousands of strokes a minute... Never on any hills, despite any load... Never as you park a dozen times. So it's nothing to you, when engineers Warne more than half of oil engine wear on "dry starting." Nor need you worry over all the rest of the annual Spring oil scare. Whether your car is new or old, you can make your long runs ... hit your high speeds . . . enjoy your hot sunshine. Oil- Platiiiij can take it, for Oil-Plating really becomes a long-lasting part of your engine, as you change to long-lasting Conoco Germ Processed oil. Continental Oil Co. CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL With a uovelty weave sweater with high neckline. Kresensky's

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