The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, towa, March 11,1937 Complete Showing of EASTER SUITS for Men & Youngmen Two weeks ago they were ready to sew. Now they are ready to see. These Spring suits from Michaels-Stern are fresh from the tailor's goose that lays only golden eggs . . . brought straight to your door Just before it opens into an early Easter ... it's March 28th this year. Without a doubt, here is clothing that supplies its own praise . . . here is the chap you've often wanted to look like hanging here on hangers . . . here is clothing that no man, regardless of wealth, has ever Seen before! suits. Spring * ^ New Suits for Easter 19.50 22.50 24.50 29-50 and 35.00 Hats for Easter Kensington Hats all new Shades 2.95 3-50 Stetson Hats 3.50 to 7.00 Kuppenheimer Good Clothes 35 to 40 Zender Caldwell ALGONA HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg Guh In on Ufant-fld Opportunities MRS. H.J. RICE. LONE ROCK, IS HOSTESS, SATURDAY, AT SHOWER Esther Godden Quest of Honor; Telephone Theme Used Lone Rock: Mrs. H. J. Rice en tertained at a miscellaneous show er Saturday afternoon in honor o Esther Godden. Guests were form er and present telephone operators of the local office. The afternoon's entertainment was carried out in elephone fashion. Marian Jensen liUcille Genrich and Doris Mae Blanchard served the lunch. The ruesls were: Esther Godden. Lola Harlow, Grace Newbrough. Elma Crueger. Gladys and Kathryn Ste- >ritz. Mrs. Lee Estel, Margaret and Beulah Gladstone, Mrs.' Chester Alme. Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Beryl Sanders. Renwick. Mrs. Russell Thompson and Hattie Ward, Burt. Guests at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger had as last Thursday evening dinner guests, Theo. Krueger, daughter, Elma, son Harold. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Tommy Long, the Jim Ackermans, the Frank Flaigs, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Burt. Murial Ackerson, Bancroft, the Fred Gen- riches and the Eugene Pearsons. friends. They were dinner guests at the Hugh Marlows. Mu«t Skin Other Fellow To Get By Out in California Margaret Roderick and Roberta Davlson. Mason City, and Berneyc Roderick, Ventura, visited Sunda with Gladys and Kathryn Stebrit: also at the H. E. Mickas. Alvin Hanna, who has spent th past few months in Texas, is visit ing at the Mrs. George Hanna and A. H. Hanna homes, enroute to his home at Wolf Point, Montana. Alex Krueger attended a meeting at the Hotel Warden. Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E Blanchard accompanied him to Humboldt, where they spent the day with relatives. Clarence Macumber. Leon a Bier, stedt, Algona, and the E. C. Bier- stedts, Burt. spent Saturday afternoon at the Lyle Marlows. The Mnrlows were Sunday evening guests of the BierstedS. Vera Morris, instructor at Cowrie spent Sunday at the parental Chas. Morris home. Dorothy Macumber. who spent from Thursday till Sunday at the parental Frank Macum- bers, returned as far as Fort Dodge vith her. Gladys Stebritz, Bancroft, spent the week end with her grandmother, Mrs. Kate Hawks. Friday, Mrs Hawks and Gladys. Mrs. Lee Este and Mrs. Hugo Worthington drove "You can't live In California unless you know how to akin the other fellow." So says Harry Haase of Fenton, who dropped In at The Upper Des Moines office, Monday. And Harry should know. He and Mrs. Haase, their daughter, Shirley May, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga spent from last November through Into February on the Pacific coast, chiefly at Long Beach and Los Angeles. After the first two weeks, says Harry, they nearly frose every night, and we judge from his talk that he would Just about as soon have snuggled in under four or five comforters at his place one mile east of Fenton. But then, the Californlans would probably tell us, "It was very unusual weather." Whittemore News Quilting Party Mrs. Henry Schroeder entertained at a quilting party last Thursday afternoon. Attending were: 1 Mrs. Fred Swan, Mrs. S. M. Or- I vick and daughter, Myrtle. Seneca: Mrs. H. A. Wiener, daughter Pearl. Mrs. Carl Wiener, Mrs. Roy Chris- I chides and Mrs. Martha Chrlschll- I les, Mrs. F. F. Schroder and daughter. Edith, all of Fenton. The Harry Rahns moved Monda I to Dodge Center, Minn. The M. H. Heiters. Livermor spent Sunday at the W. C. Heiters Philip Reilly started Monday t work at the Cotton chick hatchery Theo. Krueger did repair work a the storage plant at Fenton. Mon day. Florence Householder, Lakota spent Sunday at the Harlan Blanchards. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton. spent Saturday and Sunday with Elma Krueger. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith. Algona, spent Sunday at the Karl 1 Ewoldts. Mrs. Lillian Worthington assisted I at the Henry Kuecks a few days I laat week. Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Burt, spent Friday at the Fred Wegeners. Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, spent from Friday till Tuesday at the I. W. Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hill, Algona, spent the week end at the Fred Dransfeldts. The R. H. Ortmanns, Burt, spent Sunday afternoon at the Emit Laaba home. The Rudolph Peters family spent Sunday with the C W. Peters family, Hobarton. The Harvey Raths, LuVerne spent Sunday evening at the Albert and Chris Shasers. C. M. Umsted took cattle to Chicago Saturday, Oust Kraft assisted at the Umsteds. Theo. Krueger spent Saturday and Sunday at the Harvey mgleys near Emmetaburg. Mrs. Raymond Bieratodt and son, Donald, spent the week end at the C. E. Sigabee's Burt. The John Geitzenauers, Armstrong, spent last Thursday at the Delbert Geitzenauers. The Alex Radig family visited on Sunday afternoon at the Herman Mittags, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Steth, Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner guests at the Merle Culbertsons. George Pettit, J. W. Hartmans and son, Herschel, were business callers at Clear Lake, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, were Sunday sup- ptr guests at the Fred Kulowa, Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross attended a one o'clock luncheon at the Good Hope community rooms last week Wednesday. A birthday party was held honor of Mr.s. H. A evening at the Hoy home, Fenton. The Everett Kichardsons. AJgona. and the Ornie Behrends Jr. family, Seneca, were Sunday guests at the Ora Hulberts. Mr. and Mrb. Lawrence Dittmer and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Sta(.yvilte, Saturday, the former going on business. The William Uilsboroughs moved to Algotiii lust week Monday. The M. O. Hichards family spent Tuea- d.iy evening there. Mr. and Afr.s f.jlvin Houeshoidtr trucked Rrnest Wolfe's furmtur..- frorn Algona to Des Moirien. Hun- day, returning Monday. Meryl Sander*. Iteriwkk. and K» ther Klaase, Fergus Kails, Minn spent Saturday and .Sunday with the Otis Sanders family Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and the Lawrence Newbroughs were Sunday dinner guests of the Dttlinar Angus family, Algona. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Eliza Hichards, Algona. They also called at the William Greenfield home The E. J. Heidenwiths, Swea City, were Sunday guests at the Henry Kuecks. The Fred Wegen- ers were afternoon callers there. The P. L. Persons were Sunday guests at the John Kylens, Swea City. The Oie Johannsens were Sunday evening guests at the Per sons. Sunday guests at the Andrew Thomsens were the Herman Mad- sens and Mr. and Mrs. Knud Thornsen and daughter, Eleanor, all of Ringsted. The A. H. Henuingsena and Mrs. H. N. Osher, Graettijigtr, were Sunday dinner guests at the E. M Jensens. Mrs. Osher remained for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whalen and son, Jack, Dolliver, spent Sunday here visiting with relatives and to Algona. the two latter visitini with Mrs. Mae Hanigan. Mrs. Caroline Ackerman went to her home at Burt Sunday after assisting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Flaig. Sunday afternoon callers at the Flaigs were the E. E. Kearns family and Betty Rash, Burt, and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona. Mrs. Geo. Hanna, daughter. Myrtle, son Everett and Alvin Hanna were entertained at the A. H. Hanna's last week Tuesday evening. All were entertained at the Lloyd Schencks, Burt, Thursday evening. Sunday, Mrs. George Hanna entertained Alvin Hanna, the Horace Schencks, Crystal Lake, the A. H Hannas. and Mrs. Maude Hann and Alice Eighme, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Schumacher nd family were last Tuesday eve- ing visitors at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Nick Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch, Jr Sister of Mrs. Ben Gould Dies After A Stroke Union: Mrs. Ben Gould received word last week that her brother Henry Boring of D*s Moines hat suffered a stroke. Later won came that he passed away. Mrs Gould left by bus via Mason City Saturday morning, She may remain several weeks with her sister-ln law. Mr. Boring was only 58 yean old and runs a small farm on the suburbs of Des Moines. GIVE SHOWER AT WESLEY AND ALSO AD VICE TO BRIDE Edna Carlson Wibben Is Guest at Olaf Funnemark's Wesley: Thirty-two feminine guests attended the miscellaneous shower for Edna Carlson Wibben at Mrs. Olaf Funnemark's, Saturday afternoon. A pink and white color scheme was carried out In room decorations and In the lunch. Talks woie given by Mrs. Ctrnce Paulson and Mrs. Esther Skew, the Utter representing the Young People'* class of the Congregational church. Guests wrote recipes of bits of advice to present to the bride, and considerable time was spent In unwrapping the many fine gifts before the serving of refreshments by the guests. Clare McCall returned home Saturday after two months spent at Elmhurst, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clnk visited Sunday with her grandmother. Mrs. Agatha Haverly. The Howard Hansen family, Clear Lake, visited Sunday with Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrg. Carl Hanaen. Banker Guy M. Butts was taken ill Friday night and was confined to his bed during Saturday, but by Monday he was much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Oleson will move this week into a small house owned by H. J. Braley. Mr. Oleson is the Farmers' Creamery company butcher. William and Edward, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Johnson, are out of school, William suffering with a swollen foot, and Edward with a mild attack of tiu. Regular services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday. ' was held in Eacn Sundu > r morning during Lent Wiener Sunday the P astor . th <* Rev. Arthur Bottom. oy Chrischilles ls P reacni "K a Lenten sermon. The Charles Kollasch family, Lu- Verne, visited Sunday at Mrs. Mary Uhienhakes, with Orville Kollasch. Other guests were members of the J K Uhlenhake family. Whitte- rnore. 1'hilip son of Mr. and Mr* Mike Goelz, and Lawrerite Voungwirth Itfl last Saturday for Chicago, whert: they will viait I'hilip's brother Lawrence, who lias been there for k'Jint: time Mr and Mr., Vernon iienner and their ton, Burton. Mason City, visited her parents, the E. Goodnows, Saturday and part of Sunday. They went from here to Corwilh to visit Vernon's parents. The American Legion and Auxiliary are sponsoring a Highway .Safety program to be given lit the lodge hall Tuesday evening, March J6. O. S. Heiley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, will be the speaker. This project comes under the heud of community service on the part of the two local organizations. The public is invited to the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and their three children, Mrs. May Harris and her daughter, Mary, all AJgona, and Mr. and Mra. Milton Giddings and their little son of Wealey, attended a Harris family birthday gathering at the Lawrence Hansena Sunday. Birthdays observed were those of little Richard Anderson, which was Sunday, Mr. Hansen, March 3, and Mrs. Hansen March 11. Mid-day dinner was served, the centerpiece being a pink angel-food birthday cake, decorated with chocolate-covered Easter bunnies. were in Mason City Saturday vlsi Ing at the home of Mrs. Besch parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hl| ley. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Savage, loca telephone operators were at Maso City laat Wednesday on business and dropped in for a short vis with Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Denier o St Peter, Minn., spent last week end at the home of the former' mother, Mrs. Frank Derner an< other relatives. They returned t their home last Monday. Mrs. John Cullen went to Mason City Thursday evening by mil to visit at the home of her son, Maurce. and family. Her granddaughter, Blanid, who spent a week here returned with Mrs. Cullen to her home. Erwin Seims drove to Mason City Sunday to bring home his sister, Mrs. Edward Kuecker who had been with her six month old son, Richard who was a. patient at the Mercy hospital In Mason City with mastold trouble. Lucian Meurer drove to Williams Iowa, Saturday to get his uncle, Joe Laubenthal, a brother of Mrs Joseph Meurer. Mr. Laubenthal lad made his home with his daugh- :er, Mrs. Dennis Capeslus. Mr. and Mrs. Capesius will move on a farm south of West Bend this week. Pupfts Reirtofor Bonlta and Ardls Jane, children of Herman Bosworth, are attending school at District No. 4, Union. Walter and Ruth Heerdt are also new pupils at District 4, This makes a total of 12 pupils. Reopens Home Mlas Mary Dunn, who haft been staying with her niece, Mrs. Robert Keefe,. opened up her home near he Catholic school In Algona this week which she had closed for the winter months! Another niece, ftiss Hazel Walker, has been stay- ng at the Ed DeZellar homejn Alona, but will now live again with ler aunt. Mrs. Garret Dearchs visited the lome of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hoflus last Thursday. The Claude Dearchs family, Union and Aaron Taylors of Burt were dinner guests Sunday of the Earl Taylors. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and son, Elton and Mrs. Mame Hoflus spent one day last week at the home bf the latter's son, Frank Hoflus. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and children, Donald and Joan, spent the week end at Jackson, Minn., visiting Mrs. Bode's cousins, Mrs. J. G. Reach and Miss Esther Dullea. Sam Zentner, a former Union farmer, visited his old neighbor, Louis Bode, Wednesday of this week. Sam has been living near Winnebago. Minn., ever since leaving Union. VALVE REGRINDING We have recently installed a heavy duty valve grinder and a HALL ECCENTRIC SEAT GRINDER which is factory equipment and Is endorsed by 36 of the leading manufacturers. There Is no hand lapping, your job Is completed with machinery the same as at the factory. Our equipment covers a complete range of work on cars, trucks, and tractors. A good valve job saves you money and we have installed this equipment to give you the best. Norton Machine Works Algona, Iowa send Studeibaker sales up and Read The Want Ads—It Pays. 4% FARM LOANS $68 on f 100 valuation. One-half percent service charge. Fifteen years experience with largest Investment house west of New York and not a loss to a customer. KoasuUi county only. Write A. J. Berens Bancroft . iowm 8tf EQUALS OH BETTERS ECONOMY OF LOWEST PRICED Bectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Bupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to co to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no Urn* except for a few minutes la my office ones a week. ^ Tou are welcome to com* In for examination without charges. At that time I can explain in detail my method of treament Office Hours »-9 Evenings by Appointment Phones: Res. 541, Office 187 DR. a. W. METER, D. O. General Hospital, Algona, Iowa (3 blks. So. Ford Garage) 7-10 BROWNELLS Step Smartly inln a Glorious IVew Season in T HE big 1937 Studebaker must have impressive price appeal at wejl as eye appeal to be selling so remarkably/'And a cor for car comparison will convince you that you'll do better to invest in a Studebaker. You get the extra value of Studebaker tile, of Studebaker construction, engineering and innovation!... and the almost incredible new Studebaker gas and oil savings which, by actual proof, equal or better those of lowest priced cars. STUOMAKU'I C L T. BUDOn MAN omu IOW TIMI rAYMINTS Elbert Garage Phone 612 Algona, Iowa CLOSING OUT SALE m *^—a—**——mm^m^t Monday, March 15 H mile southwest of State Park eonunenelns; at one o'clock HORSES Today 1 * Fashions.. .Th* Very Latest and Neweit. .. A» Sponsored by Famed Stylist! Everywhere Mr. and Mrs Frank Hoflus entertained their neighbors ut three tables of five hundred. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Earl Taylor, Robert Harrison, Emil Stotfel. Alfred Schenck, Nick Kriep« and Cheater Bailey. ad. 3 o. "* *"•' — "" •""* CATTLE One Holstein cow, heavy springer, to be frrsh March 28; 1 Shorthorn cow, four years old. to freshen about March 80. One brood sow. Chickens— 75 Rhode bland Pollete. 40 bushels of corn. 1 ton alfalfa and straw In barn. Corn fodder In barn. And some Sudan hay In stack. 5 bushels of seed corn- Reid's yellow dent, picked before the frost MACHINERY Z high wheel Weber was;ons and triple box, one practtcallr Hf W l ""^f^J* 1 !!? 1 V*? 1 * Bd ""*' one lnta>ro»*Umal corn planter with 160 rods of wire; one Rock Island » ft disc; Satley 18-Inch ridint plow; « ft MeOormlck mower; 8 harrows, one 20 ft, one 16 ft; dras; cart; Rock Island 2-row corn plow; end (ate seeder; taa U(ht plant comptete-a burner; VUdns; cream separator; baby bed; 2 sets breeching harness and INK set single harness and two seta fly nets. Shop tools and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS— Cash. JOHN LOSS, Prop C. O. Riddle, Auct Security State Bank, Clerk Si>Ic» <bu tcbe tW b*ttKf of Sprmj >oulWul cnpml... cicpbttiit ib< iopofuau of d>i» nntcB "<nuM-hi»c" fuhic*. E'or new Kyle a iodudad la iha impaauc Sftiiy ™"~-i-f' Brownell * Please notify our business office at once if you wish any change in your present listing.,. if you are going to move or if you want a telephone installed. NOIIHWI4TUM TILIPHONI COMPANY

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