The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, jowa> April Uon McCall Die* In Minneapolis Abner Long recently received a tetter from Miss Elian Langdon of Seattle, Washington, telling of the death of Leon McCall, a former Algona resident, who died March 20, at his home In Minneapolis. Mr. McCall came to Algona with BU parent* from eastern Iowa when he was a year and a half old. Re attended school here and was employed for several years In the Langdon store, which Is now Long's Food shop. He left Algona In 1903 with Norman Hart to go west to seek his fortune, and became connected with a bridge building and construction company in Seattle with whom he remained until 1926 when he moved to Minneapolis. There on May 4, 1926, he was married to Georgia. Klehle who with a sister, Delia McCall, survives. Miss McCall went to her brother's bedside from her home In Seattle and was In Minneapolis at the time of his death. Mr. McCall was about 68 years of age. Biological Survey Crew, Slough, Here A crew of six men from the Biological Survey have arrived here and will handle the preliminary work on the Union Slough area. They will remain here for a period of from four to six weeks, It was stated. Their duties will be to trace all lines, monuments, and survey the boundaries of Union Slough. They began work Monday. They have temporary offices in the building Just east of the Godden Monument Works, formerly occupied by the James Distributing Co., which has moved over the Iowa State Bank Bldg.. next to the Chamber of Commerce office. Muhleman Gives Lecture At LuVerne LuVerne: The Rev. W. G. Muhleman gave a very interesting talk on his trip to Mexico Monday evening at the Community club meeting. The technicolor pictures and the various Mexican souvenirs he had on display emphasized the wonderful possibilities of that country as a vacation spot The program merited a much larger attendance for those present felt they had learned much. The announcement of the Father and Son banquet for April 19 was made. 50 More Lockers Charles Taylor of the local ice cream plant rays f.e hasl (Hered SC more lockers for his cq'd storage plant, and expects them very soon. The 250 he had to rent arc all taken at this time. NEW CORRESPONDENT Mrs. HareM Enum, the form «• Cora MM> Man***"*, «« «•*• IM.W coHtepemaent fet flw Algona paf*t* tMW 8* FWrrlew vicinity, In taVern* towwhlp. Mr*. Et«f» iwmwrty ewrtw ponded for Hifc newspaper before her marrtag*. Other application* hart been rwrtvrd from GarfleM fcmiwblp 1 and the tewU paper* are- «t«l looking; for Mtm««*te> from the German Valley neighborhood. With romtant circulation In- rrnMr*. the local paper* win expand their county coverage of new* to keep par* with thrtr growing H*ta, Suggestions are always welcomed. 13 Confirmed At Whittemore Church Whittemore: The St. Paul'* Lutheran church was filled to capacity Sunday. A class of 13 was confirmed which had been postponed from Palm Sunday on account of Wayne Bell, one of the members had contracted the flu. Rev. W. H. Discher delivered a sermon to the class and had them recite questions and passages out of the catechism which were taught to them in the parochial school. The class consisted of seven girls and six boys who are as follows: Irene Bell, Esther Braatz. Dawn Vaudt, Helen Meyer. Hazel Maahs, Luanna Dau, Dorothy .Wagner, Ernest Bernau. Kenneth Hackbarth. Wayne Bell, Donald Wehrspann, Roland Esser, and Albert Potratz, Jr. Algona Lutherans Named Delegates Algona Lutherans will play a prominent part In the Iowa conference of the Lutheran Augustana synod when it meets In annual convention at the First Lutheran church, Des Moines. April 14-18. Delegates from the First Lutheran church of Algona will include Mrs. D. D. Monlux. delegate from the congregation, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, who will represent the local Woman's Missionary society at its convention in connection with the conference meeting, and Rev. and Mrs. M. A, Sjostrand, and possibly one or two others. Rev. Sjostrand will be the guest preacher at the Grace Lutheran church, Des Moines, Sunday morning, April 18. Co. Employee Injured Whittemore: Tec! Foxicn, working at «he county shed in Algona, had thr*e fingers of one linnd severely cut when he fell while work- Ing with some tieel. It is nojwd that tl'o injured fingers can be saved. GUT-RATE GROCERY CALUMpT Baking Powder 1 lb 21c f*x-***r- LETTUCE 2 for 15c Grapefruit doz. 29c Oranges 2 doz. 45c BROOMS Good 4-sewed eac Hills Bros. COFFEE Ib. 29c Robb-Ross JELL POWDER 8 pkgs. 25c Marshmallowft Edwards tcudcri/cd 1 Ib. cello pkg. 15c MACARONI 3 pkgs. 13c POTATOES pk.45c Radishes 3 bu. lOc Swans Down Cake Flour ,25c Fancy Cookies Ib. cello bag 25c WHEAT PUFFS 3 pkgs. 25c PEAS. . 25c Candy Bars 3 for lOc 3 pkgs. 16c DREFT .-mall | Jarpv 2 fol .25c 23c CR1SCO 3 Hi, 59c Enter the Camay Contest FREE Ford & Trailer Ask us for Details SEED POTATOES \Vi*-. i Karly AVhitc Ohio* $ 2.98 P. & G. SOAP 10 & 39c Post Toasties Pkg. lie Prime Rib Roast BoSss e roiied Ib. 27c PORK BOAST round bone __ Ib. 20c SLICED BACON cello pkg. Ib. 25c HAM, smoked OQ r center dices, 2 for*"'*' PORK CHOPS large cuts Ib. 23c BOLOGNA special made __ Ib. 16c Called To Texas By Mother'* Death Fenton: Mrs. Otto Menz, daughter Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and son Edward, accompanied by Mrs. Menz's sister, MM. Robert Volgt of Whittemore, were called to Dallas, Texas, a week ago Friday, because of the serious Illness of Mrs. Menu's and Mrs. Volgt's mother, Mrs. Catherine Schulenberg, 83, who passed away before they reached her beside. They all remained for the funeral and returned home Thursday. Irvington To Step Up Power Current Irvlngton: The directors of the Irvington Power Co. met last Monday evening for a special meeting called by the president, V. B. Frankl, all directors being present The form of business was to discuss the handling of extra current to be used by the Algona Rendering Co.. which is located Just east of the Dan Long river bridge. New equipment is being installed at this Institution which will necessitate a heavier current Birthday Party For Fred Schmidt Lone Rock: A birthday party was held last Thursday evening honoring Fred Schmidt at the Robert Schmidt home. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs Leo, Ben and Walter Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cushman, Ralph and Fred Bierstedt, Woodrow Bladow, the Martin Meyer family, Algona, Evelyn Pompe, Lotts Creek and OHvia Mueller, Fenton. Burt Farmer Passes Julius Brlggs, Burt farmer, passed away Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital Funeral services will be held at Burt in the Methodist church at 2 p. m., and interment will bf at Elmore, Sunday. Mr. Brlggs was born In Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Jan. 1. 1854. Complete details for an obituary were not available. Lakota Club Elects Lakota: Archie Fedge was elected president of the Lakota Commercial cljb, last Thursday, and E. R. Worley was named secretary and treasurer. FOR SALE—A few brood sows. —Herman Carlson, Wesley, Iowa. 14 FOR SALE—Home grown scarified sweet clover *e«4 315 per hundred.—H. J. Sherman, 1 mile NE Wesley. 14 RADIO SALE—Must sacrifice for less than tubes cost. Large electric model*, »2.50 to $5.00—$9.50. Standard makes. While they last. —Bjustrom's. 14 FOR SALE—Silo. 4'i tons—Tom Reid, 4V4 miles north of Hobarton. 14* FOR SALE—John Deere 15-ft. disc, nearly new.—J. Cunningham. St Joe. 14* FOR SALE—Hampshire bred gilts to farrow April 15 to May 15th. A team of blue roan mares, 9 and 10 years, one black 3-yr. old gelding.—J. C. Skow, Wesley. 14 FOR SALE—Good Chrysler 6 coupe, A-l mechanical condition, cheap.—Merle Wellendorf. 14-15* FOR SALE—White Blossom Sweet Clover seed. Recleaned and scarified. Hampshire bred gilts to farrow about April 15th to May 1st.—Boshell & Roland, St Benedict, phone Algona 380-W. 14-15* Wanted WANTED—Securities Salesmen. One of Iowa's larger investment firms has several attractive openings. Experience not necessary as we train our own salesmen. A connection wltli the firm should prove very profitable to those who can qualify. Write fully stating qualifications, references, etc. Box S. Upper Des Moines. 14-15* Miscellaneous Cemetery Meeting The anual meeting of the Algona Cemetery Association Will be held at the Secretary's office Saturday. April 10. at 4:00 p. m.—M. P. Weaver, secretary. '14 CHICK MASH—Starting and and Growing Mash especially put up for our trade at 12.75 per hundred—at our hatcheries—AAA Brands. Call., examine formula and compare with other higher priced mashes.—Kossuth County Hatchery, East State St., Algona. Iowa. 14-17 ASS FOB SA1-E—Power sprayer, Ford engine attached; spray boom for potatoes or other field crop*; 120 feet spray hose and gun for fruit (praying. Guaranteed In perfect condition, $175. —8. H. McNutt, Alcona, la. 14-15* FOR SALE-PoUtoes, seed or table. Quality good. Lowest prices. —Ray McWhorter, Burt. 14-1S* FOR SALE—L. C. Smith standard size typewriter. First $25 takes it. Machine in good shape— Algona Upper Des Moines. 14 FOR SALE—Good used bicycles. —Joe Bloom. 13 FOR SALE—1,000 bu. straight 105 iced oata from recleaned seed. —George Schumacher, Irvlngton. J3-J4* FOR SALE—IBM Smooth Awn velvet malting barley. Raised on clean ground.—John P. Byson. 14* FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulln, real estate, Algona, 7-30* FARMS FOR BALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf FOR SALE—Horses and mules.— C. L. McVey, Phon* 791. 13-14* FOR SALE—4 Aberdeen Angus yearling bulls.—Jacobson Farm, 5',4 miles north of Fenton, Iowa. 11-14* SALESMEN WITH CARS—I can use 3 good salesmen to take subscriptions to Successful Farming. Call from 8:30 to 8:30, 801 E. State Street.—B. Amundsen. 14* FOR GRADUATION—An Underwood or Corona-Smith portable typewriter if the finest present a graduating senior could get this spring. Look them over now, take your pick.—-Algona Upper De» Moines, Underwood-Corona-Smlth distributor* 14 ANNOUNCEMENT — We are pleased to advise we can furnish you with a high quality chick mash at $2.95 per cwt. Buy Wellendorf Leghorn baby chicks and started chicks and get honest to goodness egg production next winter.—Wel- lem"t/rf Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 14-tf LuVerne Glee Club Rate* Good LuVern*:! The girls' glee club journeyed to Nevada Friday to th* district music coHtest a»d received a rating of "good" for their part There were eighteen girls' glee clubs in the class and the one from Rolfe was the only one to receive the superior rating. Returns to Lone Rock Lone Rock: Mrs. Lee Bstel who has been employed at the Derwood McArthurs, returned here Saturday to the home of her mother, Mrs. LlHlan Worthington, MM. Cart Wfebusch, who Is employed at Algona, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Worthington. TITONKANEWS To Be County Host* The American Legion Auxiliary unit of Breen Post will be hostess to the units of the county April 13 at an afternoon meeting to be held at the Sadie Denton home. Algona, Burt. Bancroft, Lone Rock, Fenton, Swea City, Lakota and Wesley units are to be represented. Wins Spelling Honors Albert Cordes of Hillside school In German township. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, teacher, won high honors in that school and will represent his ^chool in the county spelling contest in Algona. Vivian Stott will represent Buffalo consolidated. Ray Miller east of town was dismissed from the Algona hospital, and came home Saturday. Mrs. George Breen was hostess to the Work and Play club Thursday afternoon. The members spent a social time and refreshments were served to eight A Joint county meeting of the American Legion post and the Auxiliary units will be held in 71- tonka April 15th. Plans are in preparation for a good program. A farm sale of e quarter section farm about three miles northeast of Plum Creek, is reported by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. Jennie Lunbery of Stamford, Nebraska, bought the place for $9.600, $60 per acre. CORRECTION Last week It was stated that a former Kossuth man, Chester Johnson, had been sentenced to Fort Madison for forgery. The story stated that he was a son of "Vic" Johnson. The story as reprinted from the Spencer News-Herald was substantially correct, but the man sentenced was NOT the son of Vic Johnson of Algona. The V!c Johnson referred to has been dead for a number of years, and formerly lived at Bancroft as well as Algona. Church Meeting, 14th Lone Rock: The annual church meeting will W net* Wednesday evening, April Ifc toung People's Pun night wUI be Held Friday, April l*. At th« wrvtcfee Sunday, flw more folks Joined the church, making a total of 82 new members. Com- J.0.0, . The Junior Chamber of meree Chatter banquet wfft next Wednesday «wftl»f, April 1ft at the MatonW Teinple* It waaistat- chulrman of the affair. P«W** m plans are now being wwfcwd out Music Kossuth county school* ar» pr»paring tat th« sl*th annttal tnttMe- festival, to IX held M the AlgWMk high school auditorium, Saturday, April 17th. About WO students ar* expected to take part. Improve Your Appearance Buy your silk hose from Algeria's most popular department—always a complete selection of sizes and colors. The Chrischilles Store BABY CHICK SALE While they last we offer Single Comb White Leghorns from our Super- Culled, Blood-tested flocks in single hundreds or more at $5.00 per hundred, at our hatchery. Orders filed in order received. This offer good for all hatches to and including April 12 only. Kossuth County Hatchery ANNOUNCING HOENK MOTOR SERVICE WEST OF COURT HOUSE & 88 ROULETTES half, whole __ Ib. 26c Fresh Fish Appetizers Bulk Pickle* Spring Food s Sale! "A & P. ha* betn a leader in promoting the kale of Iowa butter throughout the nation. Through direct distribution, ad- vtj-tjfcjiig. dij*p)ay», arid publicity A. & H. h-fitt i reattd new market* for Iowa butter, arid helped rnakt it famou* in practically every nee-lion lit the United Bui I en where good butter is appreciated, rtut- ttr u a very important product to Iowa, and we believe we play a very important part in making it profitable to the producers of the state. And yet if anti-chain blare taxes. »uch an are being connidered in Iowa, become law*, the work we do for farmer* and producer* will b« »er- iou»ly obstructed." as the new dealer in this city for OLDSMOBILE THE EIGHT THE SIX Iowa State Brand Creamery Butter Ib, 36c Mild American Cheese llr. 22c Red Circle 'Rich & full bodied' Coffee 2 Ibs 39c Folger's Coffee 1 Ib. can29c; 2 Ib. can 66c Crisco Shortening 1 Ib. can 20c; 3 Ib. can 63c Borden's Eagle Condensed Milk 15 oz. can 18c Crystal White Soap 10 large bars 36c Lux Flakes, for washing dainty fabrics ^ 12 oz. pkg. 19c A to P Choice Plums 2 No. 2Va cans 26c Grape Nuts Cereal 12 oa. pkg. 15c Sultana Tuna Fish two 7 01. cans 26c Brillo, Soap or Cleaner 2 pkgs. 16c Red Cross Paper Towels roll lOc Paper Towel Holders «ach loc Mixed Vegetables, Miss Michigan No. 2 can lOc Ann Page Extracts 1 oz. bot lOc; 2 oz. bot. Iflc Ann Page Chili Sauce 8 o*. jar He Head Lettuce, size 60 3 heads 2«c Fresh Crisp Carrots 2 bunches He Bananas 3 Ibs. 25c Tuiio to "A. & V. BuMlwHtfuu" 7 to « V. ML, Tbmantojf, WOOO We give 'Green Stamps' Phone 271-272 \ & I* I <MM! I T 18 with genuine pleasure that Oidsmobil* announces a new dealer to serve this community and surrounding territory. This new Oldsmobile dealership is particularly well- equipped, in both experience and facilities, to take cars of any or all of your motor car requirements. Service facilities include an expert, factory-trained staff of mechanic* ... the latest, factory-approved equipment . . . and a stock of genuine QMsmobile parts. Whatever year service needs, you are assured of prompt, efficient, courteous attendee at reasonable cost. You are cordially invited to via* tbto new dealer's quarters, to inspect the modern sarvic* department, and to we and drive tfce tartUe* IW7 nodsd* of DM Oldsmobila Six and »*bt. / Both the big, smart OMamohik to and the Wg, luxo- rious IMtmr^'fr Sight are kxmpir, roomier and sale* than ever before. Style Leiiders again, the two OldsmoMI** for 1937 ofer the distinction of true individuality. Each is different from tbs other... both are different from anything das on the road... and both the Six and Bight are priced to set the pstte in valu*l .•*".» Jft^wH^ite whfc TiV^ l-leow eW DIUVmO IllCIt AT LANSINO, MICHIGAN* a ***' V*tMtV f '' »***"»**» •»* up; subset to change without'lHWi, Cars illustrated: at right, Six 3-Door Sedan, litf) at toft, B%bt 4-Door 8a4aa, S8ie, These prices include safety glass, bumpers, bumper guards, spare ure and tube, rear spring covers. Transportation, state and local taxes, optional accessories and equipment-extra. GBWEHAL MOTORS INSTALMENT PLAN "THE CARS TH'Ai IAVE EVERYTHING'

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