The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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VOTE 28 TO 6 TO BUILD NEW CENTCRSCHOOL Plum Creek Decides To Replace Structure Now in Use fc.w * ?u eek: Two meetings were «-!i n? the center school Monday and Tuesday afternoons last week The Monday meeting was the annual April meeting of the township trustees and the Tuesday meeting was held for a township vote on hniMr eCtl0 £, 0 !> new centep sch00 ' building, which'carried by a vote of 28 to 6. Another meeting was held this week Monday night to determine the plans and amount of money to be used. It will be built this summer. Plum Creek Club !?' meetin & ° f the Plum « crary dub wl " be ne« Week Wednesday, April 21st at the M« 6 w M ff George Bonschoter. Mrs Wm. Altwegg will be assisting: hostess. I Clark Up and Around We are glad to report Clark Scuff- ham In his uusal good health again. He fell from a load of hay and was quite seriously Injured a few weeks Ago. HD Harrison is again employed at the Wm. Harrison farm Geneyleve and Wm. Jr. Altwegg were visitors Sunday at the Howard Gibson home in Havelock. Bobby Young of Mason City vis- ited his cousins, the Jasperson children several days,last week. Mr. and Mrs. Austin 'Gardne entertained a number of neighbor; at cards Thursday night at thei; home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson and daughter, Sharon, were at Goodell Thursday visiting the Ralph Hofer family. The Roscoe Mawdsley home has been improved by a new furnace and bathroom recently. This makes their home strictly modern Mrs. Theo. Haldeman has returned from Kansas, where she went with relatives to attend the funeral of an uncle who passed away from heart trouble. Chas. Miller and wife of Algona will live at and manage the Geo. Miller farm this year. Geo. has been in poor health the past year and is not able to look after the farm in his usual manner. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaln attended a wedding dance at Garner last week Tuesday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jordan, newlyweds. Mr. Jordan is a former Irvington township resident. Clerk of Month In the Belief that the right kind of sales person goes a Jong way toward continued patronage In local stores, the Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a "clerk of the month" contest In Algona. This contest Is under way and In May the sales lady or man who proves the most accommodating at all times during the month will be awarded $5 Secretary Reiley states that some person, known only to him, will make a series of visits to all local stores to observe each clerk. LONE ROCK PLAY WELL PRESENTED BY SENIOR CAST "Between Acts" Skits Also Win Warm Praise The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 15,1937 Visitor from London SPECIALS in mf^'lf JV S ^ iSf ? ng , t0 u n ° W you are obtaining the very best in quality foods at only the price of ordinary foods Make your food purchases at the Basket Grocery and save * Solid Pack California Peaches __No. 10 can 45c Salmon, Pink NO. 1 tall can lOc OXYDOl • Wk. • «« . Kellogg's Rice Krispies, crackles in cream 2-21c Deluxe Coffee, quality sensibly priced __lb. 25c Prunes, nice size and meaty 3 Ibs. 19c Raisins, seedless .. 2 Ibs. 15c I sm. pkg. lOc -— __) Ig. pkg. 25c YeUowtail, like Tuna two 7-oz. cans 25c Solid Pack Blackberries (dleicioua for •* - > |M0B) ^iS^^iiii.^.^ !.«__—i;«u___lg. can UJC Supreme Coffee, all that the name implies, _the finest coffee in Iowa ib. 29c WHITE NAPHTHA giant OC 25C Dixiana Pancake Flour 3 ib. bag 15c Rich Cup Coffee, rich and mellow _lb! 19 C All Kinds of Garden and Flower Seeds Fresh This Year Super Suds Concentrate large pkg 19c Fn-sh Fruits ' Quality Meats BASKET GROCERY METER-MISER THRILLING 'NEW COMPLETENESS IN ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES for Home Refrigeration 1. GREATER JCE4MUTV 2. CBEATEB STOBAOE-ABIUTY 3. 6REATER PROJECT-ABILITY 4. GREATER DEPEND-ABiUTY 5. GREATER SAVE-ARJLJTY — • — trg«-CI*P c * »*~—— 1..« ww iftioa. Sim flat rtfrig tOing mtttau , V-' _A'n£ mtcba»um cvtrouiltl Civet SUPER-DUTY ^ •x amazing laving. SEE THE P&OOF with mn actual electric taecerteic. BUY THIS PROOF-WAY AND SAVE AMAZINGLY AS LOW AS '113' . M|y by OMM-al Motor* BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Algona Swea City Lone Rock: The senior class play, Let's Go Somewhere" was presented Thursday and Friday evenings to good crowds The characters were very well portray- Aplay. "Cy and Hy", parts taken by Vernon Hollister and Jesse Blanchard, (Jr., respectively,' was given between acts. A portrayal or modern songs was also given accompanied by Lillian Coombes on the piano. The following girls participated: Japanese Sand Man -.orabelle Householder; Melody of »Tf' ^ av1s Nyman; Hiawatha ' 1 "'. e Dutch Girl, Marjorie Jensen;' Miss My Swiss, Marian Jensen; Betty Co-Ed, Marjorie Pettif The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Grace Newbrough; College Girl, Chapel n the Moonlight, Ruth Whitehill' •ride; In a little Spanish Town' Mary Ann Flaig; Little Old Lady Passing By, Shirley Marlow; When Jflght Time in Nevada, Juanita r; cow girl. Eula Mae Sharp the bride's train. At Whlttemore Rites The Leland Hantelmans, Fenton f«mn U "« ay with the Em " Laabs family. Mr. and Mrs. Laabs and f»L " nduMrs - Fred Wegener attended the funeral of Carl Voight Whlttemore, Saturday afternoon ning until Tuesday morning wltl his daughter. Joan at the Wil Christenson homo. The Ralph Hulberts drove to the southern part of the state Saturday to visit Eldon Handley. Mr. Handley formerly worked for them, but is suffering paralysis. He i now able to stand alone. Theo. Krueger, daughter, Elmn and Gust Kraft were Sunday guests at the Clarence Theesfieids. Fenton. Hertha Ruhnke and Larry and Dickey Thesefield. accompanied them here remaining until evening. Sam Ford, Ft. Dodge, visited last week Wednesday at the H. J. Rices. Mr. Ford is a brother-in-law of Mr Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Rice spent Frit day afternoon and Saturday with Mrs. Rice's brother, Dr. Dwlght Hoxie, Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Krause Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon at the Walter Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Krnuse and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hnnna attended a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Fenton Sunday. Mrs. R. E. Trainer and Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Pruisman and son Jerry, Kanawha, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman. The Frank Fiaigs were Sunday afternoon callers there. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Good Hope, were Sunday dinner guests there. brod. Gerald Knocker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Kueckor of Lotts Creek unfortunately fractured both hones in his right arm, Friday by nccid- ently getting it in nn end gate seeder. The bones wore set at the local hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Cnrr nnd daughter and n friend of Rlue Earth, Minn., and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. McCreery of Fonda, nnd Iir. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery spent Sunday nt the Harvc Dnilcy homo hero. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rochford and family drove to New Hampton to spend the wook end will relatives. Mrs. J. M. Fleming accompanied them to Mason City to visit at the home of her son. "Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming. B»mday visitors nt the Robert Finnell, Sr., home wore Mr. nml Mrs. Elmer Jensen and Mrs. Vern •lockenbury, son Homer nnd dmiRh- :er, Velmn Mne of Mn,son City nnd Wrs. Belle Misbnch nnd Mrs. Znda Finnell Butler nnd daughter, Ruth Ellen of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potrntz and Mr. and Mrs. Dietrick Cordos and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mnnhs nnd family of here, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiclit- endahl of West Bend attended the wedding of Edna Potrntz who was married to Wilmar Wirhti-.nrl.-ihl in Lotts fn-ek last Wodncsd iv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Xjck F.. Lnoft. son Billy nnd daughter. Betty of Armstrong drought Mrs. Louis Nisson to the Goo. Moyor homo Sundav evening. Mrs. Nisson who m nit ps her homo at tiio Gon. Moy.-r homo Had boon at the Nick Loofts since Tuesday of last. week. While there Mrs. Nisson nttondod the golden woddinq; anniversary of Mr „,,,] Mrs. Petor I.ooft nn ,\ the son-in- law of Mrs. Nisson Two Fine Land Buys "SVXKVVQXW^ i Whittemore News Girl at Roberts RK- 0o Mr and Mrs Roberts Saturday Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton is as•'•ting at the Alfred Schm?dt£ The Arthur Riedels, Fenton. spent Sunday at the Robert Schmidts «,, < "- S on. Algona Sunday at the Ora Hulber™" Lucille Nelson spent the 23 The Henry Schroederg The A. H. Hannas were Sundav Mrs. William Jaskulke and their W w n ,V BUrL Spent Saturday at e Walter Faulstichs. ; mp S on . and Mrs. Henry Kueck spent Friday in Fort Dodge. The Walter Thompsons spent Sunday afternoon at the Clarence Ackersons. south of Bancroft The Eugene Hofius family,' Ottosen. called Saturday at the A A Jvruegers and S. M. Gladstones Bernard Pettit. Wayne Alderson and Marian Kramer, all of Fenton called on Harold Krueger Sunday The S. M. Orvicks, Seneca, an, Marvm Kueck were Sunday din ner guests a t the H. A. Wieners R. T. Angus, son Robert an wmfth eer nV man ' vtoited SunX gona Delmar ^K" 8 family, Al Ruaaell Bierle returned Saturdav from Fort Dodge, where he under erati ° trouble *-*• w»-si*j aim and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard were day guests of the George KJenks, Titonka. Eugene Blanchard, student at a business college in Mason City spent the week end at the parenta J. M. Blanchards. The Ralph Priebes, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, 01 Swea City, spent Sunday evening at the Jim Ackermans. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hamm, Early, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walsh and family, Varina, spent Sunday at the Hugh Walshs. Bernard Leeper left Saturday for Dodge Center, Minn., being called there by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Will Leeper. Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained last week Wednesday afternoon- Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Elmer Wiestedt. Jonne Meyers, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyers, Algona, came Saturday for a few days' visit at the Robert Schmidts. The I. W. Nelsons spent Saturday evening at the Chris Knudsens Algona. They visited Mrs. Rasmus Jensen of Ogden, who is visiting there. The E. M. Jensens took Mrs. Jen sen's mother, Mrs. H. M. Oaher, to her home at Graeltinger Sunday, She has spent the past few weeks at the Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris visited Mrs. Morn*' father, Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, Burt, Sunday afternoon. They also visited at P. M. Christensons. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards *pent last week Wednesday with Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. They spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. Maurice BUsborough Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, daughters Ruby and Violet, spent Sunday afternoon at the Alton Hul- berU, Whittemore. A. P. Nelson, Britt, wan a Sunday supper guest at the Nelsons. Lawrence Zwiefel, who U employed at the Country Club in Des Moines, spent from Sunday eve- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Kelley visited at the Frank Brennan home in Emmetsburg. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higley m Mason City spent Sunday with relatives in Whittemore. Jim Bisenius, Frank Kollasch and son, Raymond, were at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and family of Burt spent Sunday in Whittemore with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Weber are parents of'a girl born to them April 7. This is their second chfd. Roy Higley spent Sunday and Monday with his parenta, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harve Higley in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Elbert were Sunday visitors at the Peter Hilbert residence at Wesley Sunday. Ed Cullen of Algona and Pat Cullen of Emmetsburg visited with their parents, J. S. and Mrs. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert spent Sunday in Algona at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil of Emmetsburg visited with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hayes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fuhl near Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Page of Mason City visited with friends and relatives In Whlttemore Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey and f*»Uy of Alcoa* w*r« Sunday visitors at ffieftoitie of M*. and tltrt~ —'' Harve Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey and son, James of Algona visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kollasch Wednesday. Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and son, Bud, spent Friday visiting Mrs. Bartlett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder at Burt. Ruth Kelly and Adolph Solberg of Emmetsburg spent Sunday nft- crnoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon. William Heller of Dows visited over Sunday at the Harry Balgc nan home and with his mother Mrs. Frea Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Redin spent Sunday at the Martin Eis cheid home. Mrs. Reding and Mrs Eischeid are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oliver of Le Mars spent the week end at th home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod spent sev eral days at Dodge Center, Minn helping to take care of her mother Mrs. Gibbons, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Meade o Mason City visited with Mrs Meade's parents, Mr. and Mrs Pete W. P. Kollasch, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmit ter of Sheldon spent Sunday at thi home of Mrs. Kaschmitter's moth er, Mrs. Peter Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Duffy anc family of Algona spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, «r. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mosbach of Humboldt were Whittemore visitors last week at the home of the former's father, John Mosbach. Mr. and Mrs. J. Schmidt, and son Earl were Thursday business callers in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch were Saturday visitors in Algona. Edwin Mallory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory, returned to school in Des Moines Sunday, after spending two weeks with his parents. Mrs. John Ulilenhake, Mrs. L. B. Smith, Alice R. Cairy and daughters, Mary Anita and Alma Genevieve were at Fort Dodge last Thursday. H. E. Cavanaugh of Clarion and E. B. Cavanaugh of Des Moines visited at the C. L. Cavanaugh home Sunday. The men are brothers of C. L. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and son, Charles City, spent Sunday evening at ihe Durwood McArthur tome in Algona. Durwood and Janice Walters, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, spent lost Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Foxsen in West Bend. Miss Blair visited over Sunday at Storm Lake and Miss Liudstrom visited over Sunday at Albert City. Both Miss Blair und Lindstrom are public school teachers. Francis and Lewis Priester drove to Algona Saturday night to get their siater, Veronica, who spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Eleriek of Alia, visited with friends here on Saturday. They were on their way to Feutou where they spent Sunday at the home af Mrs. Elerick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weis- DANCE Tli,. Talk nf tl,,. T..«-II O-KAY- 7-]>i(>co S\vin»- Band SAT., APR. 17 SEXTON Ladies lOc; GrnN 39c plus tnx Highly improved srpi. ^ 1<i() nrivs, ( >x filr. w<>- % veil wire feiiees, pric- £ ed (M sell, S t\vp. 5 I•,,: ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Hnrrlnetnn .T. D. Lowa HARRIWTOX * LOWE Room.-) 212-M First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALOONA, IOWA •uved J<>0fi smo.itli. all farm land, well lo.-ated. low tax? <-s, .*;"».").()() j,,. r .,, MVi •* ««'«• Ts ()„ These al Once Me Donald Land Co. Phone 12.1 $8.00 for dross-tip dress, with or without a jacket. In trims, in crepes, and in sheers, styled for youth. KRESENSKY'S 'isit our booth at the 'ooking School. & t~^* /cru Till PERFECT ARCH SHOES .— — In OOOD HOUSiKilPINO at. advertised therein \\ ...and that's where the difference lies! Natural Poise shoes are designed over new dimensional equalizer lasts, that create a perfect arch to give you body balance and lasting comforf ... and allow, too, that each •hoe be *tylcd in the very newest fashion! See our Spring sty/ej TOMORROW! Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES Visit Our Booth at the Cooking School Algona's Favorite Hosiery in Algona's Newest Store • Lace Top '• Ringless • Sheer • Hi g htwirt sfflt • Inner toe • Double heel Itollius stockings nr^ so slu'tT, t-leur and MiiuoUi-iiHiiitf lh«-j're lovt-ly (11 H«-ur for their looks uliuie. (li«-y are {tractli-ul too . . . |>e«-ause Hunstop puts a stop to damaging runs. And the luner heel and toe prevents shoe friction from doing its worst. The new Spring colors are here and they're de-lovely. Sheer Chiffon and Service Weight 79c $1.00 $1.25 KRESENSKY'S •1. L. n«x/\R ATTORNEY AT LAW Collect ions will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QfARTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over To. Ravings Bk. Bldg. Office Phono 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. mnroitsoN DONALD c. mnrc HISOV THEODORE c. iiirrciiisoir ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Ilk. Bids. Phone 251 These Stunning \ r n Shoes Were ftrch > Shoes... Would You?.v. y / K. J. Van Ness G. W. Stillman VAN NESS * STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in now Hciae Building Phono 213 Algona, Iow» Gnylord D. Shumwny Edw. D. Kelly SHU.WVAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby Building Algonn. Iowa Pnone n L. A. WINKEL " ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone 1M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 I'. A. UANSON " ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa SVite Hank Bid*. Office Phono 4GO-.I R es jS ALGONA, IOWA • W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, M'MAIION & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins BldK. ALGONA. IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phona 86 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 398 ALGONA, IOWA c - H. CRETZMEYEB, M. D.~ SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 ME.LV1N O. BOURNE — PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON I „. <Mflce ov «f Post Office Bid*. f Phonea— Office 197 Res. 1M OSTEOPATHS~ DR. S. W. iMEVEB Osti-opnthic Physician , General Practice [ Special nttention K ivcn to non. surgical treatment of rectal dla- oii.srs, veins and rupture. funeral HoHpUal p hone lgr UKNTISTS I>K. II. M. OI.SON nK.VTIST Locdtccl over Christensen store I hone, IJu..i,- m .ss JfiO, Residence 788 _ ALGONA, IOW^ I>R. L. <'. NI'<JKNT "" .Second floor Sawyer Kltlg _ ne J l;l _______A>K«nn, J°wa OK. C. I>. SCIIAAP DENTIST Quinby BldR. Phone 133 Res._PhoncJ74 Algona. Iowa GKO. II. \VAIK ATilTnTl) 8.~ GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in PostotTlce Block Pho " e2 ° Algona, low. KAItL K. IIOKTCIAN DENTIST ,? ffi .!7 '" New Helse B| dg. Res. Phone „ , ur. U W. Fox Dr. J. H Wink«l Offf,e 220 West State Streef Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received u lurge shipment ul ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 60c for 600 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. . The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at tlie a rpper Des M ice for partruelarsi

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