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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 26,1937 Farmers Attention! SEEDING TIME IS AT HAND! HY NOT take the drudgery out of cleaning seed oats? Let us run your oats through our modern grain-cleaning equipment at a nominal cost. You will be pleased with the results. We also hare a limited quantity of Seed Barley on hand. E. R. RISING Northwestern Tracks Aljronn, Iowa SPECIALS Grape Fruit or Grape Fruit Juice ..... 21g. cans25c Prunes, medium size, meaty . . 3 Ibs. 19c Cocoa ....... full 2 Ib. can 15c Peas, Festal, 2 can limit . . . . 2for25c These peas are small tender and meaty. We want you to try them. Our regular price is 2 for 35c, therefore at this unusual price we will limit you to two cans. COFFEE SUPREME, Ib. 29c; DELUXE, Ib. 25c; RICH CUP, Ib. 19c You will find each of these coffees far better than the price implies. We guarantee which ever one you buy to be as good or better than any other brand you mgiht compare it to, even 5c per Ib. higher. OXYDOL Medium size 21o Choice Apricots, extra large 30 oz. can 19c 3 Ib. can CRISCO 59c Libby's Tomato Juice . . . 3 tall cans 25c For a morning bracer, you can find none better than a glass of this refreshing juice, completely chilled, with a sprinkle of salt added. Mary Ann Flour 24& Ib. $1.14 49 Ib. $2.14 Excello Flour 24£ Ib. 89c 49 Ib. $1.59 COMPLETE LINE FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH AND COLD MEATS BASKET GROCERY All Feed Chick Mash Poultry Raisers know that good, FRESHLY- MIXED feed ia essential to a baby chick's rapid growth. That is why ALL FEED Chick Mash is so popular and in such demand. It is mixed daily, and particular care is given to the selecting of quality ingredients. See us for prices in quantity lots. E. R. RISING \ortliWMtoru Trucks Algona, Iowa THE BIG REFRIGERATOR BUY FOR 1937! LONE ROCK MITE SOCIETY ELECTS YEAR'SOFFICERS Mrs. Will Christensen Named President at Annual Ballot Lone Rock: The Ladies' Mite Society met last Thursday with Mrs. Ht. E. Micka. Election of officers :ook place as follows: president, Mrs. Will Christenson; vice pres- dent, Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer; secretary, Mrs. Fred Genrich; treas- irer, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard; pianist, Mrs. T. D. Arends. A membership contest was held the past year. The osers will entertain the winners for the next meeting at the Itocal ihurch. Mrs. Laabs Hostess Mrs. Emll Laabs entertained at quilting party last Thursday aft- rnoon. Attending were Mrs. Dan nd Mrs. Leland Hantelman, Fenon; Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. Otto lesner, Mrs. Herman Riesner and Mrs. John Kohlwes. Entertain at Cards Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow enter tained at four tables of five nun dred Sunday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and son, Robert, Jr., spent Sunday at the Herman Mittags, Letts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Burt, called at the Lyle MarloWs, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough had as Sunday dinner guests Clifford Garrison and Bernice Brown, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Faulstich and Mrs. Emit Kraft spent last week Wednesday at the LecrJaskulke's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Jackie, Burt, were Sun- SHERMAN TWP. daughter Leona, Algona; Gladyi and Evelyn and William O'Donnell Clarence Macumber, Leonarc Warner, Mrs. Ray Bartlett, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson and the Arthur Blersteds, Burt the Raymond Bierstedts, and Mrs William Blerstedt and sons, Ralph and Fred. High prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blerstedt. Visit Woman Seriously HI Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, and the Edward Priebes, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe and Mrs. Robert Elchenberger, Bancroft, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Priebe is seriously ill. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman are >arents of a girl born Sunday at the Koasuth hospital, Algona. Umsteds are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umsted en- ertalned at five hundred last week Wednesday evening. Attending vere: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettlt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. lobert Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath, Swea City. High prizes were won by Mrs. George Pettlt and Jim Ackerman, low by Mrs. Jim Ackerman and Carl Rath. Guests at Bickers Mrs. R. T. Angus, daughters Jrace, Lillian, Mrs. George Crow Farber, Mo., Mrs. Lawrence Dltt- mer and sons, Eugene, Robert, Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Kickers, Algona. They attended the dedication of the pipe organ at the Presbyterian church at Al- [ona in the afternoon. Mrs. R. T. Angus' mother's name was on the dedication list. Leon Larson is ill with inflammatory rheumatism. The P. L Persons were Sunday dinner guests at the Ole Johanne- lens. Geraldlne Lemlng, Varlna. spent the week end at the Fred Gen- riches. The Hildreth Pettits, Fenton, •spent Sunday evening at the Geo "ettlta. The Henry Kuecka spent Sunday afternoon at the S. M. Orvicks' Seneca. The Merwin Malowa spent Sunday at the Frank Collins home, Liv- :rmore. Selma Meyers, Fenton, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Merle Culbertsons. The Jim Ackermans were last Thursday supper guests at the G. J. Juris, Armstrong, The Chris and Albert Shasers were Sunday dinner guests of the II. H. Ortman's, Burt. Melvin Hawks and son, Charles, were Sunday dinner gueats of the Kdw. Marlows, Burt. The Harlan Blanchards spent Sunday afternoon at the Wayne Kichmonda, Armstrong. Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Mrs. day evening guests at the Fred Wegeners. Mrs. Delmar Angus and son, Bobby, Algona, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the M. E. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and daughter, Madonna, Swea City, pent Sunday afternoon at the Ber- mrd Jensens. The Theo. Jacobsens, Humboldt, and the Alton Hutberts, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at he William Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris were lunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. \Torris' father, Ernest Krueger, and aughter, Ruth, Burt. Donald Blerstedt spent the week nd at the C. E. Sigsbees, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt were Sunday guests there. The Fred Flaig family, Frank Flaig and daughter, Mary Ann, spent Sunday with Mrs. John Sprank and family, Oelwein. S. W. Wolfe, Fenton, was a Sunday guest at the Calvin House- Mrs. Paul Blumer is Hostess; Officers Elected NOW! More Ice Cubes . More Cold Capacity • More Storage Space • More Conveniences and LESS COST Set for Yourself! last Uc-rn.irrl OTJonneli spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Dtmjisey, Fenton, spent Sunday night and Mon- il-iy at the Eugene Pearsons. holders. All were afternoon visitors of Ellen Wolfe, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona, and Bernlece Roderick, of Ventura, spent Monday afternoon with Kathryn and Gladys Stebrltz. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Frye drove to Des Moines Friday evening to attend the boys' state basketball tournament. Wilfred Radig also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Algona, and daughter, Freda, student at the Iowa State College, Ames, spent Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christensons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener were last week Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener, Algona. All spent the afternoon at Bmmetsburg. The F. F. Schroeders, Fenton, and the H A. Wieners were Sunday evening guests of the Henry Schroeders. Mr. Schroeder is ill with the flu. The J. M. Blanchards were Sunday dinner guests of the Chester Almes. The Oscar Blanchards, Tl- :onka, were afternoon visitors at the Blanchards. The James Longs, the Ralph Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long and the A. W. Lampes, Ven- .ura were Sunday dinner guests of .he Richard Longs. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peters and daughter, Velda, spent Sunday evening at the Carl Peters, Algona, Die occasion was In honor of Mrs. Carl Peters' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hollister, son Vernon and Ronald Christenson drove to Wlnnebago, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Hollister's aunt. Mr*. Ed Joneo, who is ill. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Wm. Bilsboroughs, Algona. The occasion was In honor of Mrs. Bils- lorough's 59th birthday. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Cooksie, of Clear Lake, were last week Tuesday supper and evening guests of he Charles Hill family. Mrs. Cookie la a sister of Mrs. Hill. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, ipent the week end at the parental •"rank Macumbers. Mr. Macumber, who la a patient at the Kosauth hospital, Algona, is improving. Mrs. I. W. Nelson and sons, Harold and Donald, visited from Friday until Sunday at the Jess Ho- henstelns, Amboy, Minn. Mr. Nelon went there Sunday for them. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Al- ;ona, spent Sunday afternoon at he Will Christensons. Other gueats were the A. F. Kruegera. Fairmont, who also visited at the Jay Godden lome. The Leo Schmidts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and daughter, Luella spent Saturday evening at the Arthur Riedel's, Fenton. The Riedel's son, Robert celebrated his llth birthday. Charles Bierle, son Ruasell and Everett Householder drove to Fort Dodge Sunday where Ruaaell re- cevied treatment at the hospital. He underwent a nose operation there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger made a business trip to Ames Thursday. MuynarJ Genrich, student at the Iowa State College, returned here with them for a week's vacation at the parental Fred Genriches. The Lawrence Newbroughs had Lu Verne: The Good Will club of Sherman township met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Blumer, with Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh assisting hostess. There were 19 members and three guests present Mrs. Otto Ramus and Mrs. Fred Miller had charge of the social hour and several games and contests 1 were enjoyed. New officers elected were Mrs. Alvhi Weber, president; Mrs. Carl Swanson, vice president; Mrs. Fred Lentz,' secretary, and Mrs. Julius Stripling, treasurer. The next hostess will be Mrs. Herman Meyer with Mrs. Henry Blumer assisting. Market Day Success The Market Day sale sponsored by the community club Saturday was well attended. The crowd also took advantage of the many bargains offered by the merchants. Miss Anna Murray of the Corner store gave a needle work display In her apartment at the store. The display was almost equal to a fair and was well attended. Many hand made quilts, rugs, pillow cases, scarfs, sofa pillows and laces were brought by the town and country women. One outstanding fancy pillow was the one made by Keith Belgger, a patient at Oakdale, who had sent it as a gift to his sister. The ladies rested, visited and enjoyed tea and wafers and the hospitality of Miss Murray. Music Entries Rate High At the music contest at Plover last Friday and Saturday, the Lu- Verne school under the direction of Miss Esther Christian won four places. The girls' sextette placed excellent; girls' glee club, superior; contralto) soto, excellent and soprano solo, good. Mrs. Helene Trauger is visiting this week with Mrs. Sever Christensen of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly are at the Edwin Marty home north of Algona making the acquaintance of their new granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Marty, Saturday morning. The Martys now have a family of two boys and two girls. Miss Ada Thompson, who has been spending the winter months with her brother, Peter Thompson and with her nieces, Mrs. Hattie Burlingame and Miss Ada Merriam, near Algona, returned to her home at Morrison last week Wednesday. Mrs. Flora Raney went to Retnbeck last Thursday for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Frel and her two sons, Arthur and Forest, who are working near Reinbeck. i * «*^ ije*»j CJJLC i^iewuruugna «iau v-OvOOOvvOOOO<>OO':'OOO<"'<X'''X>] " s SL "" Ja y dinner guests, Mr. and J Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. Mary Cummings EASTER CANDIES NEW LOW PRICES! * IS N.w 0-E Mod.U. * Naw.Fatttr Flawing Sp««dil * N»w,EojyOulli:i, Cub. Tray >i * N»w Thrih-momdar to thow at a 8'onc* thai cabinet l«m- p«ratur« it and economical. «N«w Full Width Sliding Sluiy.i to giv« morn uia- bl» itoragt capacity, «»«o tti« lop >h.l( * Aulomatic Inferior lighting. * All 4 r«(ri g «,alien itrvicli EASY TO BUY! Kohlhaas£ Spilles JELLY EGGS per Jb. lOc CREAM EGGS (XT Ib. _________ 15c CHOC. CHEKEY EGGS, Ib. MILK CHOC. RABBITS __ l-25c BUNTE CHOC. EGGS, each ___ lc FILLED BASKETS, ea. 5-25c Cummings For Good Candy liruii!,un. Mrs. Roy Zunkel, the Del mar Angus family, Algona, and the Kdward Blanchards, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs Walter Faulstich ;imj sons were Sunday supper gueats at tlie Charles Vigdahl's of Lulls Creek. Mr. Faulstich took Mr. and Mm. Leo Jaskulke, Fenton, to Fairmont last week Tuesday. Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kadifj was confirmed at the Letts ('reek church Sunday. Dinner guests there were the Emil Laabs family. Mr. and Mrs. G-ustave Krause- and son, Edmond, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach Kolfe The Jim Ackermans visited Sunday afternoon at the C. W. Heerdt's, Good Hope. They also visited at the Mrs. Caroline Ackerman borne, Burt. Other guests at the HeerdU were Mrs. Frank Flaig, daughter Maxine, Hiram Ackerman and Murial Long. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich v/ere host and hostess at a demonstration last week Tuesday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mr*. Dave Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell, Mr. and Mr*. Erwio Wet- ztll, Mr. and Mrs. Henry HartweU, Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Frederick Sehultt. R. T. Angus, son Robert and au-i other son, Delmar, Algona, drove to Farber, Mo., Friday to get their daughter and »Uter, respectively, Mrs. George Crow, who will moke an extended visit here with her par- Mrs. Chas. Peter of Crecco Twp. Honored Guest Union: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kriep attended a surprise party on Mrs. Charles Peter in Cresco township, Sunday evening. The Peters formerly lived on the Ward farm. There were five tables of five hundred. The high score for ladies was won by Mrs. Ralph Morgan and low by Mrs. Nick Eischen. Low for men was won by Nick Eischen. The lucky chair prize was won by Mrs. Arthur Zumach. Lunch was served by the children. The P. T. A. meeting was held Wednesday evening In school district No. 4. Mrs. Herman Wllirett, president, was in charge. Old friends and neighbors of Walter Coady, father of Mrs. Verne Relbhoff, will be glad to learn he Is greatly improved after being In a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, Mr and Mrs. Will Rich, Mrs. Edith Rich and Don Ward were Sunday guesta at the Ethan Leight home in Bricelyn, Minn., The latter is a daughter of the Will Richs. Mra. Will Rich and son, Walter, returned last week from an auto trip to Chicago and DeKalb 111. They visited Will Rich's aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Rich, DeKalb, Mrs. Rich's brother, Chas. Crow of Chicago. Mary Dunn of Swea City accompanied them. They drove over miles of highway completely covered by water. ents and family. Mrs. N. L. Cotton accompanied them to Ames, where she spent the week end with the Harley Shellito family. Theo. Krueger, daughter Elraa and Kathryn Stebritz spent Saturday morning at Bancroft. Gust Kraft, Elma and Kathryn, spent the afternoon at Algona, also visiting at the Michael Elberts. Gladys Stebritz, who spent a few days there, returned here with them. Gust Kraft spent Sunday afternoon at the Fred Kulows, Seneca. Big Dance After Lent Sexton Hall Saturday March 27 Mtuic by The Rhythm King* of Fairmont Follow the Crowds to Sexton for a good time to good music Final Adoption Papers Rec'd By Good Hope Folks Good Hope: The L. Dittmers are rejoicing over receiving, last week, the final adoption papers of their little daughter, Jo Ann, whom they took into their home about a year ago. They are to be congratulated on having the matter of their foster-parentage of this beautiful child so happily settled. Crulkshanks Located Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank and daughter, Mary, are now definitely located in their Algona home on East State street, having completed the move Thursday of this week. The extent of their contribution to the constructive life of the Good Hope com'munity and church life can only be measured by the great sense of loss experienced by their friends and neighbors In their absence. Doris Mlttsg Home Doris Mittag returned March 13 from Clinton, Illinois, where she has been since December 21 of last year. She and Melvin Yale*, a nephew of Hugh Herman, made the trip via auto expecting to make a, short visit with relatives of Mr. Tales, who lived there; but both found employment within a few days, the former with the Clintonia Theatre Co., and Doris in one of the homes of the city, and decided to extend their stay. They made the trip back In a little over nine hours including a two hour stop at Vlnton, Iowa, for a visit with Mrs. Elmer Gaddy, an aunt of Doris. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross and son, Robert spent last week end in Ames and Ogden visiting the George ^Grosses and A. M. Gustafsons. Just to again extend an invitation to all our friends to attend and STARTED CHICK SALE CHICKS ONE TO 3 WEEKS OLD HAMILTON HATCHERY 1 WILE WE8T and 1 MHE SOUTH OP BANCROFT, IOWA GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We L complete stock of window gk carry a GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf particpate in the Easter services at Good Hope next Sunday morning. Bates Stott returned two weeks ago from Menno, S. D., where he has been employed since last fall. He will be employed this summer by the Percheron colt club at Gilmore City. The dinner put on by the men of Good Hope church last week Wednesday was highly satisfactory and successful. Many compliments were given them in regard to the quality and serving of their meal. Mrs. Clyde Wardrlp, former Good Hope resident, was discharged from the General hospital, Algona, Monday following two weeks recuperation from a corrective operation. She went to Spencer where she will remain for a few days. Mrs. Ardath Hicks and son, Bobbie, have been spending the winter with Mrs. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson, at Grant Center consolidated school. Mrs. Nelson has been in poor helath for several months. Bobble is In school there. On the close of school Mrs. Hicks and son will Join Mr. Hicks In Indiana where they will make their home. Mr. Hicks has been a trusted employes of the Kresge stores company, his last position with them as manager of their Marshalltown store. Of recent months he has entered the employ of the Maytag Washing Machine Co., where he has a better position with opportunity for more rapid advancement. "You've got a spot on your bathing suit, dear." "That's not a spot. That's the bath- Ing suit!" Devoe's paint costs less per 'year. Lasts longer and keeps its brightness. If you're painting, insist on Devoe's. Ad In Iowa paper: "Found, lady's purse, left in my car while parked. Will gladly return same if owner will explain to my wife how It got there." If the roofing you buy from a traveling salesman Isn't all he says It U, -what can you do about itT It's always safe to buy your roofing from local dealers. The money you're paying for rent may just as well be paid on a home of your own. Ask about the plan. "Does your wife play bridge for money?" "Maybe she plays for it, but she never gets any. New front porch, windows dreased in green shutters, no more brie - a - brae. Those are modernization touches that will add greatly to the appearance of your home. See us. 'Boys' shouted Two Oun Sam, "This game ain't straight. Bill ain't playin' the hand I dealt him." Some athletes think they are in training when they leave the window open a t night. Insulate the attlo with Zonollte. It will cut your fuel bill and give you a useful room. Many a buBlneu man Is working hl» son's way through college. Ladles! You can work wonders la your home with Devoe'n Enamels. Let us help you with your piano. As we see it, there's a difference between death and taxe*. When you die you can select the person to waste your money. "The doctor told me if I didn't quit smoking I'd lose my mind." "Well, why dldat you qultr BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM FOOL, Manager Phone 258 A PERSONAL RANTEE GOODW ' USED GARS SOLD ONLY BY PONTIAC DEALERS When we »ell a "Good Will" uMid car, we periMuially guarantee iiatUfactlou —for every car that bear* t ui» famous "Good Will" tag ban been completely reconditioned, and i* a* nearly like new a* expert mechanic* can make it. for a limited time only, we offer our complete ttock of "Good Will" u«ed car* at •maihlng price reductions in order to prepare for heavy, spring new car trade-ins. A few of these typical bargain* are Uated below—you'll find many more juat Uke them In our used car display. Come in now—we can •are you many dollar* by buying now. GOOD WILL" USED CAR NOW! 1931 Chevrolet Coupe tire* Reconditioned, good. are $175 DON'T MIS.S THIS BIG SPECIAL . Plymouth 36 deluxe Tudor Sedan Equipped with hot water heater and fan. Low mileage. In excellent condition. $525 '35 Pontiac Deluxe 4-door Sedan Dual equipment, tow mileage. Like new $650 KLASSIE MOTOR CO. AJgoua, Iowa Phone 714

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