The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 8 JNorth :Dodge Street 3. W. HAGGARD & R. B. WALLER, Publishers Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoftlce at AJgena, Iowa, under act of Congress of March 3,1879 Issued Weekly NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION •MR«B.* Member Iowa. Prem SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSCTfl CO.: One Tear, in Advance $1.50 Upper Des Molnes and Kossuth County A<£ vance in combination, per year $2.50 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUTSIDE KOSSUTH One Tear in advance $250 Upper Das Moines and Kossuth County Advance in combination, per year $4.00 ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising, per inch 35c Want Ads, payable in advance, word 2c you know, several local places started the ball rolling with the first installations in the city. Air-conditioning is the coming thing for not only business places, but homes as well. People will eventually confine most of their summer business dealings to places having air conditioning; in fact, it is one of those inescapable things of the future which cannot be avoided. And contractors tell us that new homes can now be equipped through a furnace attachment with a blower type of arrangement that will circulate cool air in summer as it does warm air in the winter. "let «ie> people know the trotti and the country Is safe."—Abraham Lincoln. ALGONA—AIR CONDITIONED CITY Algona, 'The Friendly City", may become Al- gonu, "The Air Conditioned City" this summer. Three local places, two stores and one professional office, have already entered into contracts for air-conditioning their stores. And last summer; as WOMEN BEHIND THE WHEEL The women have taken a great deal of abuse from the male sex, with regard to their ability in handling an automobile. But today they stand vindicated. At Rock Island, 111., a taxicab company has begun to hire women drivers for their cabs. That fact, alone, Is definite proof that women can flip a steering wheel as well as a man. One might even go a bit further, and say that it now proves that equality for women has at least been achieved. Not only must the taxicab company think that women can drive as well as men, but they must also give them credit for knowing the right words to say at the right time, when jockeying a coal truck out of position In a traffic tie-up, they are now able to hustle a drunk up the front steps and Into his own home, and they now are as well versed as the men In the location of the hot spots sought by cab passengers in the wee small hours of the morning. Sister of H. Behnke, Whittemore, Pa*»e§ Whlttemore: H. W. Behnke, the Lutheran parochial school teacher, was called to Illinois last Thursday because of the death of his sister, Mrs. Herman Wassmund of Elkhart, Indiana, who passed away last week and was burled in the cemetery at Elmhurst, 111., where her parents now rest She was Mr. Behnke's only sister. Mr. Behnke returned Tuesday. West Bend News D. Wane CoUins and Bob Foe spent the week end at Cedar Palls Wade Sullivan spent Tuesday a Waverly attending the dedication of the new post office there. Mehrin Mbimr spent the week end at Lone Rock visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Setter visited their daughter, Catherine, Sunday at Mason City. Catherine is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen returned from Des Moines last week after visiting a month with her daughter,} Mrs. Aoines. Cleve Rice at Des Lars Sorensen IB | at Excelsior Spring, Missouri and will be there for several days of mineral water treatment, He is residing in the Get Ready for Easter for Easter is Getting Ready for You Easter expects preat tilings of you, young man. It's one time of the year that has no time for things from last year and if you are trying to ~ip by Sunday, the 28th, in old ofloth'es— the "" you are slipping worry about that. Mrs. E. W. Colt and little son, Jack, of Evanston, Illinois, arrived Sunday for a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Momyer. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. May, Edna and Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines will visit during the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Dr. C. C. Shlerk and Mr. R. R. Mater of Spencer spent the week end In Des Moines attending the Mid-West Association podiatrists' convention at the Hotel Savery. Dr. and Mr*. F. L. Trlbon were guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krlethe at Butt. Mrs. Kriethe recently returned from the hospital at Rochester, New Shirts and Ties See Them The order of things is for an extremely fashionable Easter. Your <ird<T placed today at Zender £ Oaldwi-ll'.s s you a phtfc in the Easter Parade. Easter Suits and Topcoats 19,50 22,50 2450 29,50 and 35,00 New Hats for Easter 2,95 3,50 Stetson Hats 3,50 to 7,00 Marcella Erdman. Mrs. Romer wli K; remembered as Leona Erdman The Romers are moving from Win nebago, Minnesota, to Ames. Mr Romer will be the chef in Fran) Mathes restaurant at Ames. H was formerly employed by Mr Mathes as chef in the States cafe Delia and Helen Frankl will ar rive at their home here Saturday night from Laramle, Wyoming, foi a week's visit They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. Their brother, Harlan, and Jack Hemphill will drive to meet them at Adel, Iowa. Helen is a freshman at the Wyoming University and Delia is instructor In physical education. Donald Smith, nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Smith, underwent an operation on his ankle at the Jowa City hospital Tuesday morning 1 . Donald was a victim of spastic paralysis, and has. been in the hospital for two months. This operation Is another step in improving his condition to enable him to walk. His condition is improving satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker and children. Rose and Betty, were dinner guests at the Dr. Chrlstensen home at Eagle Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Falb spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Harris and family at Hardy. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller drove to Algona, Sunday, and spent he day at the home of Mrs. Dor- weller's mother. The West Bend basketball girls came home Sunday from Des tfolnes, where they played Kamrar 4 n the state tournament. ' Jerry Schutter and Verne Krug were called to Rodman, Monday, where Mr. Schutter was called by he death of Mrs. Mike Swenson. One circle of the Catholic Ladles lid sponsored a card party at the iome of Mrs. Al Montag, Sunday evening. A lunch was served during the evening. Mrs. Goldle Wilson returned home from Rochester, Minn., Mon day morning. Her brother,, Orley Stagman, remained to take more treatments on his hands. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dewitt, were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker and son of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker of Livermore. Mrs. B. E. Walker nad daughter. Betty Lou, and Misses Grace and Mae Sloan drove to Rodman, Monday evening, to attend a post-nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Walker's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Lawman, at the Rodman church. Announcement I am a candidate for reelection as mayor of the City of Algona. I have endeavored to give an Honest, Efficient, Economical and Progressive Administration. If you feel that I have succeeded, I will appreciate your support. C. F. Specht High School Operetta A. H. S. GLEE CLUBS HIGH SCHOOL AUDITOJIIUM FRIDAY, MARCH 19 fc O'CLOCK P. M. Admission, 15c and 25c. Reserved seat sale at James drug store on Thursday and Friday. FBI. SAT. "Empty Saddles" Starring Buck Jones Comedy, News, Cartoon SUN.-MON.-TUES. Not a Double Feature BUT One good feature with the usual amount of State Short Subjects No need to sit through one picture you've probably see to see a new one. H«eM and Oiorl., AtecArthvr wuraewwouY A Paromonnr **Uoi» vflh John HowordtMory Taylor Written, directed and produced by Ben Hecht andCharle* MacArthur Want Ads Bring You Quick Results. Zender and Caldwell ALGONA Mr. and Mr*. Homer TOtte tt family visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle in DCS Moines and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell. Mrs. Tuttle's parents, nt Perry, from Thursday until Saturday. ; Frank Kohlhaa*, Alice and N'or- , ma Payne drove to Mason City Sunday. Mr. Kohlhaas went for business reasons, and Alice and I Norma visited their sister. Eleanor, student nurse at Mercy hospital. Sunday icue»t» of Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Fuller were Mr. and Mrs • Lew Batchlet and daughter, Mrs. Hobert. and Mary King of Spencer, and Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and children, Betty and Harold, of Lakota. Mr*. Dp Maude Lathrop spent Sunday and Monday at he: home here. She is still at her sister's home in Humboldt, Mrs. Julius Johnson, where she is helping with tne rare of her toufcin, Mrs. {'lam he Crose. .Merit- \\Yllrmlorf and hU uncle, L E. Kraritz. returned last week Tuesday from Califoinia. where tht-y had been since the Tuesday _ bifor.: Christmas. They traveled , via me iouthern route spending moM (,f thtir tune in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Hollywood, California. | Harriet and I>-ona Smith upent the week end with their mother. Mrs Neal Smith Harriet is teaching at Adair. One of her pupils. i Kii hard Dick, drove to Algona with ! her, ;«nd rnfct his uncle who took I turn to his home in Thornton for I the wtt-k end. He returned to Adair j with Harriet. Ltona i.i a ttacher at j Swaledalt ! -Mrs. (ieorge Konu-r is spending a j few days visiting her mother, Mrs. I ,,ya NEW CHEVROLET THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR-PRICED SO LOW I I Kossuth County Hatchery ANNOUNCES For the 1937 Season we will sell our customers Starting and Growing MasK at the same price as last year. Call at Kossuth County Hatchery for prices on chicks booked by March 25. All Chicks from Super-Culled and Blood Tested Flocks Kossuth County Hatchery NIW tUOH-COMMttMOM VAiWIN-HIA* H4AIMI NIW AU.MUNT, AU-f Tin IOOUS CM* MM MM! TmM Tw %*4 NIW MAMOND CBOWN OTUM* UMVOVIB •UMN* KNU-ACTION UM* (<* M Uta tori) UoKMt Get both- 85 HORSEPOWER and PEAK ECONOMY! 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