The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 8, 1937 The Algona Auction Co. We at* •ftlM. We BNB« Algona. hi ot» r*» hare tv ten at vat pa-v- Saturday* April 1O We will haw M head of rood wMtv-faetd uteerm weighing to 999 ins* Sotm* £(KNl ft|sw IUIEWII Atra inlx^a tote* About M n**d of feeder p*jr» weighing from 75 to 125 * All vAc<elitatv4. AIM a niBiifevr of lirvod MWIC3E— We hat* (fee con ti act on the DeLstval m*m separator, »a look to o* far aB kinds of repair*. W« are c*r- new sepai afors in Set of belt for Rorn^rjr (ruin separator, M". Some of these belts are In extra good shape. W« deal to new and med mMMacry. Ante-Chalmers Tractor* and the Mawey-Harrts line ef machinery. We wfll trade for anything yon hay*. 8** os before you deal. Wm have a large consignment of eattfe, also good hone*. Wit* sale most start early. Win start en Mock at 1:30 TERMS— Caaa. No ptepafr tnutntt nnffl settled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 77 WE HAVE A LUNCB BOOM C« O*> AacU*ae«r MNf.YOUt HOOtS AM. MOM MAvntnn. IACH TNNt I Stf THCMI HOW DO YOU DOITt . /MINWAXIDL AND JUST USUAL CAM IMPROVtS THI FfNISJf. Mtavax peMtntos right Into the wood, and so, with the finish a part of the floor itself, the nsusl vulng restores »orn spots, keeps the floors permanently beautiful. A Minwaxed floor never again needs re- scraping. Mlnvsx is not a sarfaccr . . . it is s penetrating liquid (plain and five beautiful »tsin colors). There is no glassy, brittle sur- fsce Jo bresk down or year off :n spots. Vorn places on I Minwaxed floor sre easily restored by s simple wiping. The usual care keeps a Minwaxed ."'-or WIN WAX K. §• Cowan Contractor 08 Phone 639 SPECIALS Don't Miss the Shower of Values this Week at the Basket Grocery Blackberries, fine for pies . Ig. can 14c Kellogg's All Bran . . . 2 Ig. pkgs. 25c Food for Health. Pink Salmon 1 Ib. can lOc An economical food. Canned Spinach . . Vanilla Imitation . Basket Brand. Pepper Jib. bulk lie Kellogg's Corn Flakes .... 2 for 23c Always oven fresh. Oregon Prunes in Syrup 2 ex. Ig cans 25c Tea (bulk) green or black . . . 1 Ib. 24c MARY ANN FLOUR Jt takes second place to no other flour. 24| Ib $1.14 491bs .$2.14 Vine Ripened Tomatoes 31g cans 25c Monarch Desert Gel ... 66 pkgs. 25c . large can lOc . 8 oz. bottle 15c All flavors. Excello Flour . . . .491bs. $1.55 CompleteNew Stock of Garden and Flower Seeds Fresh Fruits and Vegetables BASKET GROCERY THE CIVIC CIRCLE TW Hotd >SiKb«in •Hoidt you »K« oppotbcMty of t»iti» i» lk« tw*« o( butintw, ikoppinf *nd imumncm ucUt. Gtwill cniey ike plMiint combustion c4 comicvltblc M- iouadw(l. (xohcunl urvicc »nd i*»eiy food loi wtiick ikf Hotel Aniewi ii n«tion*lly known. Complete Garage Facilities D r $ l 50 Kdtestrom I • ANDREWS HOTEL T>*(xio(* T Manager HONOR PARENTS AT LONE ROCK Clarence Householders Wed 36 Years Last Sunday Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard entertained Sunday in honor of Mrs. Blanchard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder, who celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Householder, Joe Householder. Floyd Marsh. Florence, Margaret, Larabelle, Wm. and Everett Householder, Mrs. Calvin Householder and children and Mr. and Mrs. (Men Householder and son. Dmrrol. Win* Chicago Trip The Fred Flalg Implement company won first in the Mason City branch of the International Harvester Company In percentage of tractors sold over last year's amount. Up to date, 20 new tractors have been delivered and Fred Flaig won a trip to Chicago. Attend Fmwral Rite* Those from here attending funeral services of Mrs. Bert McMahon, Algona, Monday morning were Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Jas. Long, and Mrs. Richard Long and son, John. Birthday Snrprtoe A surprise birthday party was held in honor of Mrs. Alex Krueger at ber borne Saturday evening. Attending were: Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs, W. G. Flalg, Mrs. Frank Flalg, Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mrs. H. J. Rice and Mrs. Sugene Pearson. Many are on the sick list this week with the flu. Eva Freer spent the week end at her home at Sheldon. The Rudolph Peters family spent Friday evening at the Emil Laabs borne. The Lawrence Newbroughs were Sunday dinner guests at the M. E. Blanchards. The A. H. Henningsens, Graettinger, were Sunday guests at the E. M. Jensens. The Merwln Marlows were Sunday guests at the Edward Marlows, south of Burt. The John Kylens, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of the '. L. Persons. Mrs. George Crow visited from rtiursday till Saturday at the John McNeills, Algona, I The Russell Thompsons, Burt, 1 were Sunday dinner guests of th« Livermore Girl Wifit Humboldt Co. Essay Award Livermore: Under the auspices of the Federated Clubs an Essay contest was held recently with Avis Taylor high school student of Livermore winning flrtt place in the county. William Wiltlston of Hum- I'oldt had second honors. There WAS another contestant from Livermore, Mary Butler, also a high school student The topic of the essay which the contestants wrote was "What Life Insurance Can Do for Me." Mlsa Taylor is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taylor living southeast of Livermore. Miss Taylor is now eligible to enter the next round and the winner at that time will receive a free trip to Sioux City and $10 in cash prize. Hostem To dab Mrs. L. E. Cockrill was hostess at her home Thursday to the Equality Club. Following roll call which was responded to by "Household Hints" the business session was held. This was followed by a program. "Baltic States" was given by Mrs. Frank Conley; "Queen Marie" by Mrs. C C. Phillips; •Word Quit", Mrs. Nellie Devine; .frs. Thomas Devine and Mrs. Philips pleased the group with vocal solos, Mrs. J. F. Hamm being the accompanist for Mrs. Devine and Mrs. Phillips played her own accompaniment 215 AT ST. JOE CARD PARTY, SUNDAY; 13 TABLES OF BRIDGE Mrs. Math Kirsch's Circle Served Lunch; High Prize Winners St Joe: The card party Sunday evening In St. Joseph's hall was well attended. The evening was spent at the playing of bridge at 13 tables with Mrs. R. A. Oilman and Joe Lentsch from Livermore winning high prises. In five hundred Mrs. Anton Becker and John Thul received prises. Paul Berger received door prise. Mrs. Matt Klrsch and her circle served lunch to 215 guests. 77th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. John Origer and children spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Origer's mother, Mrs. Buttemore of West Bend. Mrs. Buttemore celebrated her 77th birthday that day. Ted Devine returned to Ham* mond, Indiana. leaving Tuesday evening after spending the Easter season with his mother, Mrs. Nellie Devine. Mr. Devine la in railroad train service. Edward Capselus, former Livermore business man who has been connected with the McDonald insurance company at Algona for some time, has severed his connections with that firm and is located in an office of his own in the new Heise building at Algona. He was a Livermore visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Sykea were guests at a birthday party this week at the C. C. Miller home in West Bend. Mrs. Miller was the guest of honor and the party was a surprise with Mrs. Sykes as the sponsor. Guests were present from Rolfe. Goldfleld, Eagle Grove, Ottosen, Rodman, West Bend. The ruesta were school custodians and their wlvn whp enjoy many social affairs. Friday afternoon was set aside by the standing committee in, charge of the new public library here, Mrs. J. F. Hamm, Mrs. Sidney Hoganson, Mrs. Louis Behounek, and Mrs. L. E. Cockrill, in classifying and renumbering books. They were assisted In the work by Mrs. Richard Dumphy and Mrs. Mario Hansen. The Walter Thompsons. Hiram Aekerman and Muriel Long spent Sunday at the R. E. Trainers, Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were Sunday afternoon callers at the Edward Dlttmara, Hurt. Mr. and Mr*. Bverttt J«n»en, of Sexton, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Calvin Householder trucked the household goods of Otto Leisner to Austin, Minn., Sunday. Schuyler Bates did carpenter work on the hog house at the P. M. Chriatensens last week. Mrs. I. W. Nelson will be hostess to the Ladies' Mite society next week Thursday at the church. The S. M. Orvicks, Seneca, and the Fred Wegeners called Sunday at the Henry Kuecks, Good Hope. The Frank Flaigi spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of Mrs. Caroline Aekerman, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Jr., Seneca, and the Ralph Hui- berts were Sunday guests at the Ora Hulberts. Hugh Walsh drove to Des Moines Saturday continuing by train to Chicago, where he will attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken were called to Algona last Thursday by the illness of Mm. Dacken's father, Jerry Helgens. M. O. Richards wag called to Algona last week Tuesday by the illness of his mother, Mrs. Eliza Richards, who suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Lyle Marlow spent last Friday at the A C. Biersttdts. The Marlows called Sunday at the Ray Bartietts, Titonka, and the E. C BierbteiHs, Burl. Vera Morris, instructor at Cow- rie hptut the week end at the parental Charles Morris home. Esthe Gociilen, Sentta, spent Saturday night and .Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. O J. Burt, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Enderson. Armstrong, and the Jim Atkermans were Sunday dinner fcbta of the Fred Oennchs. Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter. Ruth, attended the funeral of Mrs. Christina Iverson at Fenlon, Sunday. The Krafts were supper guests at the R. F. Laabs, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson and Mrs. Otto Vaight, Austin, Minn., came Friday evening to the Ernest Priebes. The Olsons returned with Mrs. Voight remaining for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thies, Bancroft and Mr. und Mrs. Alex Had- ig. sons Gerald and Eugene and daughter, Laura were Sunday supper guests of the Emil Laubs family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiestedt, Marshall, Minn , came Saturday evening to the R. Jensens. Mr. Wie- stedt returned Sunday, but Mrs Wieatedt remained /or a week's visit. The Edward Blanchards, Irvington, were Sunday dinner guests at the A D. Niwbrougha. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough were dinner guesls ut the Lemuel Marlows, in Burt. Wilfred Faulslich suent from last week Monday until Thursday ut the Win. Jiiskulke'o Burt. Leo Ja*- kulke, Fenton, spent last week Monday and Tuesday at the Walter Faulstichj. Mrs, Alex Krueger. Mrs. Mary Brunson, Mrs. Liiwreuce Newbrough, son Frederick, Mrs. M. K Biujjrhiiid and Mrs Hoy Zunkle spent lust Thursday at the Delnuu Angus home, Algunu. Sc-hroedtr spent, the week tnd with his cousin, Ronald t.'nris- number of book* owned by the library has reached the 1400 mark. Mrs. Charles Brown was hostess to the W. H. M. S. Friday. Mrs. J. L. Frederick gave an interesting description of the chapter from the lesson course, "A Home Made School in the Deep South." Those assisting with the enlgmjr^wn* Mrs. Archie Wilson, Mrs.^eter Solar, Mrs. Cbet Holcomb, and Mrs. Henry Swanson. Guests other than members were Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. J. F. Holcomb, and Mrs. Boye- ink of Mattoon, Wis. The hostess was assisted by her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Roy Brown, in serving. Mary Jane and Robert Reding of Whlttemore, spent the week end at the John B. Reding home. Agnes, Elisabeth, Alvin and John Berte visited with Charles Berte at Davenport the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding from Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Orville Wagner home. Zita Thill from Whlttemore is staying at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann. Mrs. Loren Borman and ion, Leo, returned to their home Sunday after a stay at the home of Mrs. Bormann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thllges. Madeline Buel returned to the M. T. McGuire home after a short visit with her relatives at Storm Lake. Her sister, Kathryn returned here with her. Lorraine Berger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berger,, left last week for LaCrosse, Wls., where she will be employed in the St Joseph's Old Folks home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen, Bradgate, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller of Humboldt, were Sunday visitor* at the Win. Hammer home. Mrs. H. W. Balk and daughters, Darlene and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer, son Ronald, all of LeSeuer, Minn,, were Saturday night and Sunday visitors at the Wm. and John Hammer homes. A number from here attended a wedding dance at Wesley Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilger. Mrs. Wilger i* the former Theresa Miller from here. They will live on a farm near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rogan and Mr. and Mrs. John Origer from Whlttemore returned Friday afternoon from Stuart, where they had gone to attend the funeral of Mrs. Tony Origer. On their return home they stopped in Des Moines and Ames, where they visited with a cousin of Mrs. Rogan who attends college there. ft^^ HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenbcrg Mabel Ehrhardt 4-Corner» Host Four Corner*: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at the home of Mabel Ehrhardt with Violet Walker assisting. A lovely time and refreshments were enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be held at the home of Grace Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and daughters, Delia and Ellen and Frank Knoll were Easter guests of the former's daughter, lona, who is working at Charles City. Alia Lowman and Evelyn Alexander visited at the Huling home Wednesday at Britt. Mrs. Huling, a sister of AHa and Evelyn, has a baby boy born Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, Jr. and children, Iris and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander and daughter, Joan, were Easter guests at the parental home of Mr. and. Hrs. J. P. Klckerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham and daughter, Geraldine from Garner were Saturday and Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. F. A Witham, Mrs. J. M. Royce, Mrs. Myrtle Vining and daughter, Harriet Frances and Elmer Witham. Cummings A Feature Selling of Sheer Wash Frocks For Style, Quality and Loveliness, these frocks lead the parade. Finely made, styled to the minute, perfect fit, of the finest fabrics. Hundreds of Dresses to choose from. All sizes —12 to 52. Voiles, Organdies, Batiste $1.59 $1.88 Cummings SEXTON NEWS a&a&aaa&af^^ Otto Ncurnan was on the sick lint Thursday. Edith Greenfield was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. O«car Hammond, near Weslty, Thursday night. Mr«. Grace Green, LuVerne, upent Thursday afternoon at the hoin« of her son, W. J. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and son, Darrell Dean at Wesley, bpent Friday at the A, L. Greenfield home. Mr. and MTU. Ray Black are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday morning at the Kousuth hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bern is and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson attendee a card party at the Wilbur Fischer home in Wesley, Wednesday evening. A uhower was given for Mrs Clayton Johnson at the Floyd Pasley home Wednesday afternoon The afternoon wan apent »ociall; and lunch was served. About 21 attended. chilles, Kenton. The Roy Chnacbii le« family, Feutoj), aud the Henry Wientra were Sunday dinner guebU of the Henry SchrouderH. Mr. and Mr«. Will Chrlstenson were houleahes at a supper Frida; evvuuig. Attending were: Mr. an< Mrs. Fred Wugencr, Mr. and Mrs W C. Heiter and daughter, Har ru-tt. Mia C'. Mudiaon and son, Mil ton arid Mr and Mrs. L. B. Hoi lifter. 7 CU. FT. CAPACITY with thrilling PROOF of ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES FOR COMPLETE HOME REFMOERATION 1 GREATER ICE-ABILITY— 2. 3. Ends "Cube-Struggle" and "Ice-Famine"! New Instant Cub*-IUle*M in aU ice-trays. Automatic Tray Release. More >«*UM& of lc«. t. tutu. UBTlUPaoOfl GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY— End* Crowding, Maximum shelf space up t* frvtt. Full-width removable shelve*, Cold Sou*** Tray, new Super-Doty Hydrator. SBB TUB PEOOII GREATER PROTECT-ABILITY- Keep* food safer, fresher, longer I lA/mr-ZONl Cold at all timct pnvtd by the Food-Safety Indicate** in food compartment. Abe, J other zones of cold ... tot tvtry protection need. SBB TUB Paoof I GREATER DEPEND-ABILITY— 5 - Year Protection Plan on the fealed-in «"*rhim<fft> unit I Sealed Steel Cabinet. Stainle** Porcelain in Seaav '«M Interior. Durable DuJux Exterior. Built and Nflrffl by General Motors. SBI TUB rftOOVl GREATER SAVE-ABILITY— ONiV IHW tto ONLY nttttMUM MAS THK INSTANT CUBE-BOUSE Ut in OTtty ice-tray, la -SoDW-Dwy" Fticidain. In- stantljr tateatM ic*-c*bw ftoot uay, two M a dozen at • dm*. . . , yWdi 20* Una faucet n cwr* ciMuunrr COST ro TMR •OMK ' See an electric mete* torn* it, ktftn jom kuyl Meter-Mi*ei doe* vSm- DUTY at wasiing laving because it's tl>i umflnt nfrinretkii mttkenbm tvtr butlt! Oafy 3 moving pcftt, hf iludiug the motoi... permattenrly oiM.. .j_ ^ laomure and din. IgMHDjVIBl with CM MsTTBI-MIUM save* enoujrb OA food ftpd fff*ereriitsT coat to Sen tof idS9% aas Bar »ou a txoit be*id«*l »UTui|PKiOOII ice by tadjaf fiwctt melt ajpt watte. Cteetest advance in Ice Convenience ever known 1 Come in and tM it* foick, FRIGIDAIRE GIVES YOU PROOF Of THESE GENUINE "SUPER- DUTY" ADVANTAGES Uo4f| Uiastxatad It • ffff"^ "aupat-Oiuy* y. »j6 smiara £M« otthtU ana-Jto pounds plica («4 Uf cub**) at on* fraasing. HM ali {caa>M«:Th« Instant Cub»Bakii>...ta« hiaont Mctaf-MUa Indkaiar in food toatftmattit . . . Aiuomsrtr k«Tiay »UI«M« . . . Doubl*- RaaM Cold Contioi . . . Antonnrirlttat Desrouct . . . Super-Duty FI*«MT . . . AniMBjric latariofUuJBt . . . Supat-Oury Hydratw . . . Finccnip Door rnlfti Inttrinr . . . DmsAto PuL* ^udor d by Gmatai Motor. Suinl«ss Poicdain to S-Ytaf FtotMdon Man bad ^•B^BBs^a- ^saBp^^ ^^PJB^P^ ^*W^BP^ ^s^p^^ ^ps^p^ ^p^p* ^PATI^^ wBlF^^^Pilpr^ «^|BJPP^ Algona BOM! A3*PLMMO!8

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