The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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llgmia Upper ALGONA, IOWA, THUBSDAY, MAEOH 4,1937 CHR1STENSENSOF SWEA CITY HAVE 52ANWVERSARY Dinnerfor Belatives Ob serves Occasion on Thursday Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. C M. Christenaen have sailed happily together-on life's matrimonial aea for 52 years last'Thursday, Feb. 25, they celebrated their anniversary by entertained the following relatives at a 7 o'clock dinner at their home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Otto R Jensen of Rock. .Miss Victoria Jensen of Fen- tolwiMkuriJoria Jensen of Ringsted and'Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jensen, Lucille and Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ingmar Haugen and baby and Frank Conway, all of Swea City. Goes To Help Son Will Leland went to Ames last week, Friday, to spend two weeks at the home of his son, Stanley. He will assist the younger Mr. Leland, who is handicapped by a recent serious injury to one of his hands, in toe building of fine boats for the •tate. These boats are to be used during the summer at Spirit Lake. Son for EUiotte A 4H pound son, named Charles Lee, was born Feb. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elliott at the John Elliott home in Swea City. Mrs. Tom Conlon of Armstrong is caring for her daughter and baby. Miss Victoria Jensen of Fenton was a guest last week of her cousin, Miss Luella Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and small son, visited Sunday at the John Blum home at Armstrong. Wm. Blomster last Friday attended a meeting of Interstate Power Co. employees at Winnebago, Minn. The Thursday club met last week at the home of Mrs. Arthur Collins, with Mrs. J. L. Vaux, lesson leader. A. R Tweeten returned from Dea Moines Saturday evening where he attended a meeting of Iowa gas dealers. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Buell Pearson, daughter Marjorie and Buell, Jr., were Mason City visitors, Saturday. Mrs. Rachel Stockman was a business visitor in Des Moines Friday and Saturday of last week. While there, she also visited the Will Poole family. March 1 Movers For Lone Rock. And Community Th^Mon About Town Says Lone Rock: Among Lone Rock people moving to various places on March 1 are the Harold Jones family to a farm near Swea City; Robert Ackermana, Hurt, moving to the farm vacated by the Jones; R. L. Dransfeldt moved to the Mike Heiderscheidt farm near Bancroft, William Murray purchasing the farm vacated by Dransfeldt, A. Mitchell, Fenton, moving on the farm vacated by Murray; the H. A. Wieners to the Harry Rahn farm, Adolph Foths, Bancroft, to the farm vacated by Wieners; S. L. Denton to a farm in Minnesota, Godfrey Schultz, Whittemore, to the Leo Jaskulke farm, the Jaskulkes retiring to Fenton; the Clarence Ackersons to a farm south of Bancroft, the Schuyler Bates family to the Ackerson farm, and Fred Ku- lows, Ringsted, to the Pete Jensen, farm. Announcement COBA D. MILLER BEAUTY PARLOR ; ALGONA, IOWA has purchased a new Sanders One-Minute Machine. ANN LA VONNE Factory demonstrator and hair technician will give a FREE public demonstration at the Cora D. Miller Beauty Parlor Monday, March 8th 8 O'clock Come arid see this Wonder of Wonders in Permanent Waving No Chemical Pads or Electricity on the Head This machine is new in Kossuth county and is found only in the more up-to-date shops. We have a good reason in inviting all the ladies of Kossuth county to our demonstration. Watch for our handbills.announcing the full particulars. CORA D. MILLER BEAVTY PARLOR OVER BEHLMER'S PHONE 804 ALGONA, IOWA In a street car, recently, in Minneapolis, a little girl pointed her finger squarely at our Henry Guderian, looked up at her mother and said, "Mom, looket the funny Mans." • • • In Chicago a large mouth bass, a beautifully mounted specimen, was packed in a box, carried to the post office, taken by truck to the depot shipped by train to Algona, another ride by truck, delivered by; carrier to Lawrence Gillespie who tucked i under his arm and walked home Turning from the street his fee went out from under him, the fish fell, so did he, but the fish lost its tail in a clean break after nearing within a few feet of the wall on which it was to hang. • » • Dolph Baney and John Foth rode to Bancroft with John Schumacher The two visited while John tended to business. John's business never terminated for he left the boys visiting. Eleven o'clock that night while at his son's home near Irvington, he remembered of leaving Raney and Foth at Bancroft that morning. It was too late to right the wrong for his passengers decided to return home at ten o'clock without waiting longer. • * * Eddie Ostrum of the Rhythm club local dance orchestra, reports a new feature with the band on its next appearance at the V.-P. W. hall. The golden voiced Chris Wallukait will be soloist, singing the "B" song now heard over the radio. • • • A gentleman who works in an office at the court house, and his wife, entertained a young couple returning to Algona. Refreshments were served with a mixture of soda water, lemon Juice, meraschino cherries, ice cubes and a healthy shake. During the preparation conversation dwelled on an interesting card game played a few night ago. This distracted the attention from the most important ingredients of the drink, for it was left untouched, nearby. The guest was aware of the negligence and oftentimes asked his hostess, "How she liked the lemonade." The host got a big kick out of his glass, unaware the others were laughing at such a possibility. * * * Any Algonian driving on the main thoroughfares of Fort Dodge and Mason City can well be thankful for the common snow shoveling and street cleaner of their home town. The streets of those cities are like dirt roads in the country, where leep ruts are cut and frozen. Bouncing sidewise, hitting the top and then the bottom, the sure way of •emaining in the car is hanging to the steering wheel .and follow it in a parade of foot deep gullies of ice and snow. • • * The city has two portable stop signs placed at intersections where school traffic and auto traffic seem to be the thickest. On the corner near the Elk-Greenberg buildings is a site for a third sign. School kids are plentiful and a party living two doors away has counted eleven times when cars and kids met, but none serious. Let's have another. A death or a child crippled for life will be too late. A friend came along and asked John Beiser if he wanted a ride home. John visioned a long walk on icy streets, hurried with his coat and rubbers and rode home. When home he saw an empty garage. He had driven his own car up town. There was no friend around to give him a ride back. « • • A bunch of high school boys hung around the doors catching what they could of the basketball game Saturday night. They couldn't muster, or didn't intend to, twenty- five cents for admission. Every game has the same bothersome, in- the-way loiterers. But this one is particularly different because some of these boys had spent a part of the day shooting craps at from five cents to five dollars in stakes. What would a mere twenty cents admission mean to them? Have Your Car Fixed Now For 9 Spring f Driving Shorty Czapp West of Court House WWWWWWWWWWVtft Radio Service Satisfactory Service is Algona since 1922 Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's WWWUWWVWUWWWWJ BASKET GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials Ripe Olives, large and jumbo sizes pts 19c Genuine Salt Codfish, without a bone 1 Ib en 26c Pure Preserves, cherry 1 Ib. tumbler 19c Monarch Yellow Split Peas 1 Ib. pkg. lOc Bluing 2 large bottles 25c Tomatoes, good solid pack 3 Ig. cans 25c B. B. Salad Dressing qt. jar 29c Grape Preserve 12 oz. jar 15c Small lOc OXYDOL I.arge Phfir. 2fo Libby's Tomato Juice 3 tall cans 25c Pure Cane Sugar 100 Ib. towel bags $6.29 Mary Ann Flour _ 49 Ibs. $2.14 Hadiant Flour ____49 Ibs. $1.69 Excello Flour _ 49 Ibs. $1.59 Excello Flour 24% Ibs. 89c FRESH FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES CHOICE MEATS Pork Chops _ _ _per Ib. 17c Pork Loin Roast per Ib. 17c Beef Boil . _per Ib. lOc Beef Roast per Ib. 12c BASKET GROCERY BABY CHICKS ..SUPPLIES.. Tho Algona Hatchery is again ready to offer you the same Quality Baby Chicks that we have sold for the past 12 years. All our flocks carefully selected and culled by an authorized inspector. We can guarantee that you will not find better quality or Hvability for the money. Chicks ready for delivery every Tuesday and Friday after March 15. Place your order now for future delivery. Write or phone for our prices. We also carry a complete line of Poultry Supplies, Brooders Houses, Litter, and Chick Mash, The ALGONA HATCHERY J. E. MASON 1^2 Blk. So. Iowa State Bank Phone 551W

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