The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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LISTEN, BLOWH&RO, THAT HORN BOTTOM WON'T START rAV CAR' But D-X Motor Fuel Will Start You Fast and Run You Far Johnson D-X Station 200 E. State 7 CHILDREN AT SILVER WEDDING. LUVERNE, FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Lund Hold Open House oh Anniversary LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund observed their 25th wedding anniversary Friday and In honor of the day held open house. Some fifty friends and relatives called to Jresent their congratulations and best wishes. Their daughters presented them with an electric toaster, and a beautiful bouquet of mixed flowers was the gift of members of he Methodist church. Mr. Lund's 19th birthday was March 30 and was also the occasion for a party, 'he Lunds' seven children were all at home, Mrs. Tyran Nerem, Cor- *lth; Mrs. Herman Vaudt, Corwlth; Dorothy, Algona; and Jennie, Lilian, Adolph and Dolores at home. The Algona Upper Peg Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, April 8, Iffl GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY Out of town guests also were Tyr an Ncrem and Mr. and Mrs. Mar vin Nerem. Corwlth; Willurd Zeig !er and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wa colt, Algona. Spelldown Entries Doris Dehnert represented the lo cal public school In the count spelling contest at Algona Mon day afternoon and Anna- Oenrlch daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walte Oenrlch, went from the Lutheran Christian day school. Arlo Deh ncrt and Barbara Wolf were the runnersup In the respective loca contests. Lutheran Activity The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Moadlng as hostess. In the evening the Richard Wegner circle served when the Young People's society had their regular social and business meet- Ing. The Rev. Wlttenburg gave the lesson on the catechism. Harold Riddle ia president of th« organization. a«-tf Everything You Need For Spring Repairs-Can be had at our yard —Lumber —Platter —Lime —Cement- Shingles — Roofing —Paint —Painting Took—Hardware—Wall Board—Insulating MaterialA-Fence Materials of all kinds. We have carefully checked our stock to make sure that we have everything necessary to make any repairttyour place needs. If you want any help in deciding what materials to use or now much to get, we will be glad to advise witfi yon and suggest the most economical kinds and quantities. All of our stock is new and carefully selected for quality, Let us help you with all your building and repair problems this year. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 WWUIrWIrVWWWW Algona, Iowa \ VYWVWWMVVWVYVS/ 10-Vr. Old Traveler Betty Wolf, the ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Lothringer at Fort Dodge. She enjoyed the experience of coming home on the train alone Friday. This Is an experience that few children have In these days of automobile travel. Evan Llchty Elected At a meeting of the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church at the Irvin Chapman home Sunday evening, Evan Lichty was elected president of that organization for the coming year. Georgianne Baumgartner will be vice president and Harold Trauger will be secretary and treasurer. The society has been meeting In the homes of the members during the winter, but plans to meet at the church now. The time of the meet- nig will be seven o'clock on Sunday evenings. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines SEARCHING FOB SURVIVORS OF CRASHED AIRLINER Shortly after a giant Transcontinental skyllner crashed at Clifton, ten miles from Pittsburgh, early In the evening of March 25, rescuers rushed to the scene looking through the wreckage for possible survivors. The plane fell nose first into a small gully, and its cabin was smashed to splinters. Ten passengers and a crew of three perished In the crash. Mr. and 'Mrs. Elmer Kubly are the parents of their first chfld. a boy. He was born Saturday, April 3. The Young People's circle of the Evangelical church met last week Tuesday evening with Elinormae Woito. The Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove and the Geo. Thompsons, Ledyard, were guests of LuVerne relatives Sunday. Erwin Koch, teacher at the Lutheran school, spent part of his vacation last week in Detroit and Elmer Wehrspann attended the pastoral conference at Ocheydan. Elwood French went to Mason City Saturday and his oldest daughter came home with him for a few days' visit The French children have been at the L O. O. F. home there since their mother's death. A large number of the Methodist choir and other music lovers attended the concert given by the Mornlngslde choir at Algona last week Thursday evening. Others heard It at Humboldt on Friday evening. The opening of the mite boxes given to members of the M. E. bom* missionary society earlier in the year* was the *p*cial feature of the meeting of that organisation at the O. 8. Lund born* Thursday afternoon. There was a good attendance and a short program was given with Mrs. V. V. Schuldt leading the devotional hour and Mrs. Ralph Davidson as program leader. PACKING THEM IN—Campus night life at "Pop it Ernie's" Northwestern University's new night club recently opened for students only. The cover charge Is BOc and the place Is operated on Saturday nights only—opening night reservations totaled over 200. April 1 Moving Changes, Titonka Tltonka: Coach and Mrs. T. A. Dunmlre and littt* girls, Katherine Gay and Dorothy moved April 1, in the east rooms of the Raymond Bartlett cottage and Mr. and Mrs. Helo Boekelman, Sr., George and daughter, Alice moved from the Badje rooms to their home, the Dr. Hamstreet cottage they purchased recently and from which the Dunmlres vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radamaker moved from rooms In the Raymond Bart- Utt home to rooms In the Al Young Portland Twp. HORTON Precision Built Washers Since 1871 Htuundi Construction 14" Cast Aluminum :J-Vanc Agitator Wringer (Jcar Box of one jiiccc cast iron Pom-lain Tub, Set in Hubbcr Fully Kiu-loseil witli machine. cut gears S|>);<sh l,iihricafj<»n Full Cleansing Wringer, balloon rolls CLOW MAID DUTCH OVEN ~ RANGES The Coal and Wood Kaiige Sensation continues baking by retained beat, long after lire goes out. Has Auxilary oven or di-h wann- er, .splasher back with attractive shelf, having 4-pieee condiment .set and minute minder clock. The Most Beautiful Eange Ever Built FUEL OIL RANGES DUO-THERM Beautiful and Modern in Appearance employing the. revolutionary dual-chamber burner, free from soot, odor and ashes, burns ordinary No. l fuel oil or kerosene. French type cooking top. See Time at the Coding School and StvleSbow Nelson Hardware FOB QUICK BE8UI/r8—UB£ THE WANT ADS MAY IOOSEN A WRESTLING H01D • • • but not the grip of III-fitting Underwear Under garments bulking anJrl pulling in the crotch area, cause discomfort. Result squirming. V front underwear by f'oopers H masculinized, made to lit the body everywhere like another skin. Conserves energy by providing needed masculii support. Every comfort. -Modern two piece garments. No buttons any- \vhen -mi bulk, no bind. All made with the famous in* gap V- front opening. Lowers available iu any desired length. Priced at SOc a garment. M«tculln!s«d Underwear 50c Misbach's Marjorie Baas spent Sunday afternoon at the Leo Braytons. Mrs. Roscoe Stewart was confined to bed Monday, being 111. Joe Heaney was an Easter dinner guest at the John Trunkhill home. The Mennet Trunkhill family spent Easter with the parental Tony Jandls. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton called Sunday evening at the Alfred Godfredsons. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elvidge were Sunday supper guests at the Henry EwoldU, Algona. The G. O. McFarlands were visitors Sunday afternoon at the W. F. McFarlands, Bancroft The Ted Rlngsdorfs enjoyed their Easter dinner with the parental Pat Mulligans, near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Selps, Irvington. Mrs. S. M. Petersen and Mrs. Harold NeUon spent Friday afternoon at the George Lannings. Mr. and Mm. Ralph Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. George Lannlng visited at the Henry Smiths Saturday evening. Th«> Alfred Godfredsons of here and the Ralph Lees, Algona, spent Easter at the Lyle Godfredsons, of Mason City. Miss Iva Trunkhill returned to Luke Park Easter Sunday after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. John Trunkhill. Melvin Sanderson has acquired the position us linotypist at Cymour Iowa. He is the husband of a former Portland girl, Hazel Dickmeyer. LaVonnc Ringsdorf and Virginia Patterson attended a birthday party In honor of George Volentine Friday evening at the Volentine home near Burt. Mrs. S. M. Petersen, daughter, Mrs. Harold NeUon, of Waterloo, and Mrs. George Lannlng were Saturday afternoon callers at the Alfred Godfredson home. Easter dinner guests at the Geo. Lanning home were Mr. and Mrs. George Godden and daughter, Bm- metsburg, Mr. and Mrs. John Schrieber, Livermore, and Mrs. Anna Smith, Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen and Harold NeUon came to spend Easter with the S. M. Petersens and to get Mrs. Harold Nelson who concluded a few weeks' visit here. Mr*. Petersen returned to Waterloo with them for a week's stay. Correction: The grocery shower held last week Monday at the D. M. Stewart home was in honor of Mrs W. R. Stewart, who was married in the fall. D. M. Stewart I* a widower and has not remarried, a* one might interpret from last week's wriUup. We are *orry ton th* error made. FIRST BAY BRIDGE "BROOMS"—Ray Woods, professional high diver, made a grand bid for fame when he succeeded in elaborate plans to make the first high dive oft the San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridge, 180 feet to the water below. Here he Is «n route to the bay. Woods struck the water doubled over, the impact broke his back. The Joe Studer home Is under quarantine for scarlet fever, some of the children being 111 Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ravlin and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon drove to Mason City Sunday where they were guests of Mr. Ravlin's brother Wayne Ravlin and family. FARM LOANS Low Rate—20 years to pay. Option—can pay any day in year on principal. No Commission to Pay. F*r details see me Edw. Capesius New Kelse Bldg. Algona, Iowa 11-tf 73RD MILESTONE BUT WESLEY MAN IS STILL ACTIVE Swan Kelson Observes Birthday, But Work Still is Hobby Wesley: Swan Nelson celebrated his 73rd birthday anniversary Wednesday, but the day being full with other activities, a celebration in ob seryance of the event was not held until Friday when his daughter Hannah arranged for the gathering of a dozen or more close friend: and relatives of her father. Thi afternoon was spent In visiting fol lowed by a dinner In his honor tha evening, among other things be Ing two prettily decorated cakes fie received a dozen or more greeting cards, and numerous gifts In remembrance of his birthday. Al- hough 73 years old. Mr. Nelson remains active witn bis carpenter and mason work. Resigns—DltiMS John L. Grattldge who has been ruck driver for the Standard Oil company In this territory for the past four years has, due to ill health, resigned his position and is succeeded by Delbert Benton who commenced his employ for the company April 1st. Mr. Grattldge plan* to enter a hospital In Rochester for surgical treatments, and will be unable to work for several months, at least. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer entertained a sister of Mrs. Pfeffer's from Friday night until Sunday. Their parental home Is at Traer. Earl Hutchison of Algona, brother of John Hutchison, assistant cashier of the bank, Is assisting with the regular duties at the Exchange State Bank. Miss Roslna Elsenbacher arrived home Sunday from Ft Atkinson, Wls., where she is employed an a seamstress In a fur shop, to spend a vacation with home folks, the Ignatz Elsenbachers. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting this week Thursday night. Several 6f heir members are planning to attend the spring quarterly meeting to be held at Titonka next Tuesday afternoon, April 13. Tltonka American Legion post and unit are planning to /entertain the joint county meeting next week Thursday night also, this being on April IB. : Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Studer and Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Walker and son, Raymond, spent Sunday afternoon here visiting with the Mesdames Studer and Walker's mother, Mrs. L W. Lease. Mr. and Mm. Vernon Studer was to return home Sunday from Des Moines where they since Wednesday had visited with Mr*. Studer-s relatives. Their tore* daughters were cared for at Uw horn* of MauriM Sttud*r. RENT IT AND POLISH THOSE SHABBY FLOORS For )iut one d«r rent the new Johaton Floor Politbcr md jive *U your floor» the Efc utin finish of fine furniture. Save labor— «crub- Ding. No loikd hudi Ju»t walk behind the Muaber ami guide it Mo puihing. N» ijjirt to not. Richardson Furniture Co. Mrs. Laura Wolto visited the John Wiener family at Lincoln, Neb., but week. Dolores, an Algona teacher, viniUd at Onuwu, where the formerly taught. Your Swift Hatchery Man offers expert poultry service FREE! FREE! Thoroughly trained in poultry production practice* and fuL'y experienced in Uw hatchery business, toe Swift Hatchery Man is always at your service. Hi* work does not end with th* sale of baby chicks ... be U vitally interested in their continued progress. Th* Swift Hatchery Man wUl be glad to come out and inspect your nock at any tint* without n»Hf»*. Let him help you cull your chicken* regularly and nude* tiigjittlnm for th* improvement of your flock. You'll find hi* «mg«.Hftn» consistent and practical. ^^ OEDEE YOUE SWIFT'S BABY OHIOKS TODAY! SWIFT & COMPANY ALGOMA Do You Need Some Extra Money Be Your Own Used Car Salesman OUR APRIL QUOTA IS 40 New THEREFOBE N To make room for the 'Trade-ins' on these new V-8's We Must Sell 60 Used Cars During April We already hare a splendid stock of fine Reconditioned and Guaranteed Used Can on hand. Bat this la a big job ... and we don't hare enough talesmen to do the job. WE NEED HELP. We Will Pay Cash Commissions to ererjr Used Car Beyer who atUa fctaav self one of onr used ears or tracks ... For the b*l* ance of April only. Pick Out Car You Want Then come In and sell It to yourself—and we will PAY YOU IN CASH the regular salesman's commission . . . It's a lot of fun . . . and yon make the money. . . Harry TO KENT MOTOR CO. AND MAKE THIS EXTRA MONEY. 1936 Ford V-8 Tudor _ _ .$465.00 1935 Ford V-8 Tudor _ _ .$365.00 1933 Ford V-8 Tudor $295.00 1935 Ford V-8 D-Lux Fordor . .$445.00 1932 Ford V-8 Tudor _ .$195.00 1931 Chevrolet Coach $175.00 1930 Chevrolet Coach $135.00 1930 Ford Fordor $195.00 1929 Ford Tudor ___ $85.00 1929 Ford Coupe _ _ $75.00 1930 Ford Fordor $85.00 We hare many other good Used Cars at all prices. TRUCKS 1936 Ford V-8 L. W. B $535.00 1934 Dodge L. W. B :....$345.00 1932 Chevrolet Panel _. _ $285.00 Several Other Good Trucks Priced to SELL. Rules For the balaaee of tbe month, April 8 to 80, ia- elusive, we will pajr to every buyer of one of oar usedears,aeonml»sloB of «% on tbe net eash •Ale. There are BO joken in this deal ... . right to appraise yon present wed ear . SALES .itbleet to' eredlT mttafW utwL IT NOT NECESSARY THAT *W FA* GASH. Kent Motor Co. FHairiS The Bargata Ceater of Northem Iowa. IOWA

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