The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, M*rch 26,1937 I OUR BUSINESS IS GOOD We Are Selling An Unusually LargA Volume of New Ford Cars and Tracks Bringing Sn a Large Number of Used Ones. More Than 60 to Select from Many of Them "B, & Gh" Renewed and Guaranteed With a Two Day MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE 30 Day Guarantee on All Others Perhaps Your Present Oar or Truck Win Make the Down Payment They Are All Priced to Move Quickly to Make Room For Additional Trade-ins. Satisfactory Terms Can Be Arranged Anywhere in Iowa R. & G. Used Cars 1986 FORD TUDOR, BLACK, with Karl Keen trunk. 8,000 miles, motor excellent, tires, paint and upholstering like new— $175 down and $24 per month. FORD TUDOR, GREY. new tires, motor fine, looks like new, low mileage — $160 down, $22 per month. 1935 FORD DE LUXE FOR- dor, brown, factory reconditioned motor, tires good, upholstering and paint like new — $186 down, $24 per month. 1935 FORD FORDOR SEDAN green, low mileage, tires almost new, motor in perfect condition — $170 down, $22 per month. 1935 FORD TUDOR, GREEN new snow and mud tires on rear, front tires almost new, good paint and upholstering, looks like new — $140 down, $19 per month. 1935 FORD TUDOR, BLACK, new tires, factory reconditioned motor, an awful clean car— $160 down, $20 per month. 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER sedan, black, with Karl Keen trunk, tires good, motor overhauled, upholstering very good, looks and drives like new— $130 down, $20 per mo. Square Deal Cars 1931 CHEVROLET COACH black, low mileage, practlcnl- ly new tires, good motor — $65 down and $14 per month. 1931 CHEVROLET COACH, black, motor reconditioned, tires in good shape, a real bargain — $50 down, $16 per month. 1930 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR, maroon, good tires, motor fine, a real buy— $60 down, $12.25 per month. 1992 PLYMOUTH COACH, black, motor fine, good tires, a bargain for someone— $36 down, $10.25 per month. 1928 NASH 4-DOOR SEDAN Good Urea and motor, a good cheap car— $25 down, $10 per month. 1929 FORD TUDOR WITH Karl Keen trunk, motor and tires in good condition, new seat covers. Can be bought for $33 down, $10 per month. 1829 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN almost new tires, motor good. A bargain at $35 down, $12 per month. Commercial Units 1936 FORD PICK-UP WITH heater. Motor and tires in perfect condition. An extra clean truck— $150 down, $12 per month. 1935 LWB INTERNATIONAL truck, all new tires, but one, equipped with dual wheels, motor overhauled, truck in perfect condition and ready to go to work. Can be bought for $200 down, $33 per month. 1934 LWB DODGE TRUCK Motor overhauled, new clutch, tires very good, dual wheels —4150 down, $23 per month. WS CHEV. LWB TBDCK, motor overhauled, good tires. dual wheels— $90 down, $13 per month. 1982 CHEVROLET PANEL, black, motor overhauled; Urea better than average; new paint, look* and drives like new— $150 down, $16 per month. "As Is" Used Cars 1929 CHEVROLET COUPE, fair tires. Special for this week, $50. m« CHEVROLET COACH Really worth the money, $35. 1988 FORD TUDOR, GOOD tires and motor, new paint. A real bargain at $75. KENT MOTOR CO. Open evenings until 9 p. m. Sat. 'til 10 p. m. & Sunday a- m. SON-IN-UWOF ROOT. F1NNELL DffiSSUDDENLY Funeral Services for Vern Hockenberg Held Monday, M-City West Bend Woman Returns Prom Trip To Florida, Okla West Bend: Mr% J. C. Kongsbach returned Thursday from a visit with her sister in Florida and with her daughter at Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was gone for nearly four months. Whittemore: This community was shocked when word was received here Friday of the death of Verne Hockenberg of Mason City, a son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell of Whittemore. He died in a hospital in Mason City at 6:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. He became ill Monday, suffering from a clot at the base of the brain. Mr. Hockenberg was bom at Orchid, Mo., May llth, 1889, and had charge of the Whittemore light plant here for five years, and moved to Mason City 15 years ago and was secretary of the Northwestern Distributing Co. He was married to Gertrude Flnnell in 1918 and is survived by his wife, a son, Homer 18, and daughter, Velma, 14, and two sisters, Mrs. Lois Pfund of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Deva Hardebeck of Culver City, California. He was preceded in death by his parents. He was a member of the Methodist church, the Odd Fellows lodge and in Masonry he belonged to both Shrine and Consistory. The body was in state at the Randall Funeral home from two o'clock Sunday afternoon until 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon when it was taken to the First M. E. church with the Rev. C. E. Fiynn in charge. Burial was made in the Elmwood Cemetery Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Henry Lauck's Birthday A group of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck helped Mr. Lauck celebrate his birthday Friday night. Among those who were present were Mr, and Mrs. Will Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland. Ex-Teacher Honored Miss Florence Lynch, a former teacher of the Whittemore public school, now of Northwood, was elected secretary of the North Genteel District of the Iowa State Teachers' association held at Ma son City last week. Miss Lynch now teaches at Northwood. Academy Carnival There will be a carnival held at the Academy hall next week Wednesday, March 31. There will be all kinds of amusements and games and a supper and dance. Jack Johnson of. Rolfe spent the week end here with friends and at the Arnold Wagners. Mrs. H. E. Woodward entertained the Episcopal Guild at a one o'clock luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer and family of Plover visited at the home of Mrs. Joe Meurer last week. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Helden- wlth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ffnneli were called to Mason City Saturday on account of the death of their son- in-law, Vern Hockenberg. Arno Hahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn, who Is employed at the W. C Dau garage in Algona, spent the week end with his parents. Mrs. Joseph Meurer visited at the home of Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz and with Mrs. Lavrenz's mother, Mrs. Helse of Minnesota last Thursday. Will Meyer, Jr., and sister, Selma and Myrtle Barber and Herman Behnke were at Garner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geelan and sons, Will and George of Ruthven were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan. Miss Rose 1 la Voigt, who is employed in the treasurer's office in the court house at Algona, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt. Mrs. H. E. Woodward and daughter, Marlyn and Mrs. L. W. Swanson attended the Algona Symphony concert held at the high school auditorium Sunday afternoon. Confirmation was postponed on Palm Sunday on account of the illness of Wayne Bell who had contracted the flu and will now be held a week from next Sunday, April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mattfeld of Pomeroy, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory on Sunday. Mrs. Mattfeld will visit a week here with her brother, Mr. Mallory. Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, Mrs. L. W. Swanson and Mrs. Will Reimers attended a bridge party at the home of Mrs. Frank Eigler at Fenton Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Swanson won the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of Algona, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker at Delevan, Minn., Sunday. Miss Verna C. Eraanuel, a former Whittemore high school teacher now at Yanktcn, South Dakota, arrived here Saturday night to spend a two weeks' vacation at the home of John Culten and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and their two daughters of Spencer spent Saturday evening and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and other relatives. Tim is state patrolman with headquarters in Spencer. Little Ruth Bruhn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn bad the misfortune to fall while at play in Armstrong; Sunday nigbt and cut a deep gash in her lower lip and had to be taken to u phyaican who put in two clamps to clone the wound. Mrs. Louisa Nuwen, who bo« spent the pant three months in Eldora with her son, John and family, returned to George Meyers on Thursday to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Meyer. Her aoo, GUM, of Webster City, brought her. Glee Club Bate* Hlfh The girls' gle« club received a rating of superior at the music contest at Plover, Saturday evening. Geraldine Hoskins, as soloist, received a superior rating also, and they will go to Nevada in the next step toward the state contest. The Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. Allen Gearbart, on Tuesday afternoon. The Home Study class will meet this week Thursday, at the home of Mrs. M. T. Munson. Mrs. Myron Boos and children spent the week end at the A. D. Cleal home in Rolfe. The Ladles' Social Literary club met at the home of Mrs, Myron Boos Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Boyle of Estherville is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Schurg, this week. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Wirtz are the parents of a daughter born to them Thursday. This is their first child, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sinclair spent Sunday at Pocahontas, with her sisters, Mrs. Bookman and Mrs. W. H. Boyd. Mrs. Charles Thatcher was hostess to the Past Matrons' club at her home Saturday afternoon. Eight members were present, . Miss Flossie Stagman, who is teaching at Ottumwa, is spending her spring vacation with her mother, Mrs. Henry Stagman. > Miss Ida Riley and Oscar Riley drove to Algona Sunday to visit relatives and her aunt, Mrs. George Simmons, came home -with them for a visit Miss Jennie Comer, Frank Doyle and daughter, Enid, and son, Russell, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Doyle's daughter, Mrs. Edward Grethen, near Mallard. The household goods belonging to the late Miss Mary Zaugg were sold Saturday afternoon at auction. Things sold quite well. Theophil Zaugg has purchased her residence and will move into 1^ and rent his home. Donald Jacobs and Paul Hamrs, who are attending college at Iowa State at Ames, are spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms, respectively. REPORTER FINDS NEW BUILDINGS, N.W.KOSSUTH (By Marie Irmlter) Armstrong: The farmers are all beginning to get ready for spring work. One also notices the numerous new buildings throughout the locality. It surely can't mean that prosperity is still around the corner. It must be here. A. Burt was hammering away in the barn, fixing up like all other new tenants. I found that the neighbors of R. M. Larson were helping him shell corn Monday morning. Alton Ferguson says there isn't much to do now, so we'll Just get a late start at It, then we'll be busy all day. Mr. Huffman was wondering if we really were going to have spring so early, but I guess he'll Just have to wait and see. Barley Hoeck had Just finished tearing down an old cattle shed and was preparing to build a brooder house from the salvaged lumber. As I was leaving M. Kennedy's place, his four year old son took his sister's hand and held it until my car was a safe distance away. I found Mr, Waterbury creaking loose some frozen blocks of stove wood. He thinks that although the sun may be shining today we may have winter tomorrow. I was informed at the G. Moore place by his son, that he was in town after his seed sent out by the loan company. I returned later only to find Mr. Moore getting ready to paper the upstairs. Haynes, also received a superior rating. The Armstrong brass sex- tette also received a superior rating. The rest of Armstrong's entries received excellent ratings as follows: girls' glee club, trombone solo, baritone horn solo and orchestra. Miss Fern Fllppin and Maxine Johnson were Sunday dinner guests at the Thomas Johnson, Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever and daughter. Betty Lou and son, Derald of Ledyard visited Sunday at the H. M. Irmiter home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bauman and son, Ronald and Henry Irmiter all of Ringated visited Sunday at the parental H. M. Irmiter home. Armstrong Vocal Sextette Ranked High in Contest Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' vocal sextette received an excellent rating in the music contest at Plover Saturday morning. The sextette is composed of Bernlece Horswell, Joyce Hansen, Phyllis Beck, Marguerite Floyd, Rose Ellen Whitlow, and Marie Irmiter. Their director Is Miss Christie Kruel. Musicians Win Honors The Armstrong band received a superior rating In the music contest at Plover this week end. This rating entitles them to compete In the next contest which is to be held at Nevada, Iowa, In a few weeks. The band Is directed by Gerald Niemeyer. Miss Maxine Johnson, clarinet soloist, also received a superior rating, and will also go on to the district contest. Miss Berniece Horswell, tuba soloist, who played "Solo Pomposo," by Nearly all of a newspaper's circulation Is concentrated In its own market. Dr. C. C. SHIEHK Practice Limited to THE F«T PKon* ISO W - - - - Alj*n« C//™ Yes, both vertical lines •re the same length—it's just an optical illusion. But have no illusions about the condition of your eyes.They're priceless and can not be replaced. Take good care of them. Learn the true state of your vision — have your eyes examined now. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST (Call Theatre Bldg.) Every Egg Set Is Individually Inspected Size, shape, quality, cleanliness and shell texture are all carefully checked before a single egg is placed in a Swift incubator. Only eggs weighing two ounces or more are set because big eggs mean big chicks . . . and big chicks mean a good start in the production of big, healthy pullets which in turn w4U lay big eggs. OEDER YOUR SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS NOW! Swift & Company ALGONA Mrs. Christenson Hostess To Doan Woman's Group Doan: Mrs. Marie Christenson was hostess to the Doan Woman's club, March 11. Roll call was answered by An Iowa Health Law. Red 2ross in Iowa was given by Sadie Struthers and Children's Hospital in Iowa City by Elnh Buffington. Mary Jean Andrews gave an Irish story. A nice lunch carried out in 3t Patrick's day colors was served by the hostess. Shower at Sexton A number from this locality at- lended a post nuptial shower Saturday afternoon at the Sexton hall in honor of Mrs. Harry Felter who was married Dec. 19, 1936, and Just recently announced her marriage. She has been teaching the Martinek school for the past two years and will finish out her school year. Wm. J. Martineks and Amos Angles were Mason City visitors last week Thursday. Jerome Hawkins accompanied the A. 3. Martineks to Blue Earth, on Monday afternoon. A large crowd of neighbors at:ended the funeral of Gust Carlson at Wesley last Tuesday p. m. The Weekly Five Hundred club was entertained Wednesday evening at the Henry Nelsons with 5 tables of cards being played. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus and Robert returned Tuesday from Decatur, HI., where they had gone the Friday previous to visit their dnuphter, Mrs. James Asa nnd family. Aline Mnrtinek, Convith teacher and Fredericca Girrf-s, who is teaching in German Valley, were among those who attended the institute at Mason City last week. Mary Tjaden accompanied Miss Girres to Mason City. The A. J. Msrtlneks nnd Emmet Paetzs Attended the concert given at the Algona high school Sunday. A. J. Martineks were Sunday supper guests of the Emmet Paetzs. Both families attended the plays given at the Academy Sunday evening. Doris Paetz was in the piny given by the sophomores. The amount of the text used In newspaper ads M at pendent only upon the size of the space. St. Michael's Carnival Whittemore Academy Hall Wed., March 31 Games—Am usemen Is—Fancy Work Booth Supper served Starting at 5 p. m. FREE DANCE IN THE EVENING The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped I* handle ton rftrlondu of llwrtock In «mr *a1r«. We will handle anything you have to sen at our pavilion In Alftona. Saturday, Mar. 27 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK We will have all kind* of live utock for onr Saturday Sale including all kinds of mixed* lota of rattle. Alxo 20 head of Short Horn young cattle and *om*> good milk row*, nhwp, pifrs, and brood sown. Our wiled are well adwwtlwd nnd the buyers are coming from a good dlntane*. Try our auction an we nell Just on a conMfrn banta. Bring In vaccination certificates. We had «0 head of good horse* last Saturday and all sold at very good prices, and enprct a good ran for this w**h. NOTICE—I have a load of Mamwy Harris machinery In thta week nnd expect more next week. We expect to have anything that you want in the machine or harnem line. Come In any time and nee our Rood line of ntuft. to sacks of Potatoes, 10 of Early Ohio*, 10 of Cobbler* We deal In new and used machinery. Allls-Chnlmerm Tractor* nnd thp Mamiey-Harrl* line of machinery. We will trade for anything yon have. See us before yon deal. I will have » Harness Sale this week of my good stoek of Nlck- le £ Son Harness. Tune In Yankton for more detail* at 12:00 noon. Will have a large consignment of cattle. Also the usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. This snle n;n*t stnrt early. Will start on stock at 1:80 TERMS—Cash. No property removed until nettled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 7? WE HAVE A LUNCH ROOM C* O. RIDDLE 0 !""** 0 * m * AMttMieer READ U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS . Coining to Emmet*burK, Motel Kermoore, Wednesday forenoon, March SUt; M«*au City, Hotel t'erro tiorilo, Tuesday, March 30th. Return every 28 days. The Reeul.ir.-r. Reliable C'u.ct-v _ . Disease Specialis" who has since 1907 treated Chronic. Nervous anr SPECIAL DISEASES of Mu» and WUUKU ScieuUUcuUy. Uai of tlio Eye. Ear, Nose. Throat. LIUUJ*. Heart. BlouJ. Jir — V T Dr. J. F. Shallenherger, M. D: ___•_ _ * _:!_..» tflATf +*>A,a4-««l f*h»w Rlncins i •• JX «^ rf v» C*tU » *^V««5» » *** *••••» *-.—-—j^ —, *~ ^1.^ ^dder: K ^5 «-.JhiyK: ^."^^ , . . Consumption iu Ears and Dcafne Goi . an early sa. Paralysis. eTEczem . t-- Scrofula, 1355T kutnti i?»^gf^T^ii ioq{, of my patient* com* "~" CHICAGO, RX. Bt. What do we want? How much do we want to pay for it? Where will you find it? Those questions are asked every day, probably, in this territory. What's wanted, how much it should cost, and when it will be needed is an old story to ALGONA merchants. They know those things... and they stay in business by making your wants their guide. They know how to tell you about them, too. What's wanted... at the right price... is what you'll find in the ads in your newspaper today. For Style - Economy - Satisfaction Trade in Algona "The friendly Citu"

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