The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 15,1937 — — and has | oeen confined to her bed since Sunday. Lois Gnyette of Garner \va» a •week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. The Hocnk Motor Co., has recently Installed Ing pump. a Tydol gas comput- Sorensen's drug store and Lusby's drug store have put up new awnings this week. T. H. Klrsoh and Matt Kirsrh of Bode spent Monday afternoon in .Des Moines on business. Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede and •son of Garner, visited Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Brnner, Friday. Mrs. Elizabeth Long of Mason City spent Tuesday in Algona with her cousin, Mrs. Lena Loss. Mr. and Mrs. George Hcrrlck of •Cedar Falls were week end guests -of Mr. and Mrs. Rae Asher. Charles Delbler of Eagle Grove ~was a business caller at the Cora D. Miller beauty shop Monday. Mrs. Eldon Llndstrom and little Son, Franklin of Elgin. Illinois, are •visiting Mr. and Mrs. Flyod Pierce. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer and daughter, Jane, motored to Minneapolis 'Tuesday, to hear Nelson Eddy sing. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey spent Sunday afternoon in Mason City. John Vlste of Decorah arrived In .Algona last week Thursday for a week with his daughter, Mrs. G. W. James. Mrs. Ralph Valentine won the high prize at the Royal Neighbors' bridge party, following the regular monthly meeting last Thursday evening. You'll See Them at the Opportunity SALE See Our Big 4-Page , Circular WE GIVE GBEEN STAMPS BEN FRANKLIN W. V. BUTLER, Ownei| Hoppe and Don Hutchison attended a county Legion meeting at Titonka last week Thursday and Friday. Mrs. A. 3. Hertig Is sHIl confined to her bed after being seriously ill during the past four weeks with pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Anderson were in Iowa Falls and Des Moines on business last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt and Lawrence Misbach will attend the Carson-Pirie-Scott show in Des Moines this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Barry visited in Des Moines Thursday and Friday, with Mr. Barry's sister, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith. Lula Kohl nnd Virginia Arn were Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl of Union township. Margaret Hedrick Is the new waitress employed at the Pierce Cafe. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Wm. Dehnert. Betty Jean, the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmcrs, was baptized last Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church. Leo Hudson Reed Is spending this week in Sioux Falls and Mitchell, South Dakota, on business. Mr. Reed is a neon sign dealer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MIedkc and Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert spent Wednesday at Fort Dodge on a business and pleasure jaunt. BUI Romlg, clerk at the Hotel Algona, spent Sunday visiting his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Romig at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale and Mr. and Mrs. John Storm drove to Cherokee, Sunday, and spent the day visiting the former's father. Mrs. Theo. Goeders Is III and has been confined to her bed and has been ill since she and Mr. Goeders returned from their California trip. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schunk were week end guests of Misses Margaret and Jane DeLong in Sioux City. The latter are aunts of Mrs. Schunk. Mr. nnd Airs Norman Walker spent the week end in Sioux City visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker.. MrVWWWWWSrVYVWVWWi FUR COATS RELINED Cleaned—Stored Tailoring of all kinds j Clopton The Tailor i Over BehlmersPhone 38 O. W. SHHnian drove to Pocahontas, Monday, on a business mission. The interior of the Silver Grey Cafe is being redecorated this week. Catherine McCall of DPS Moines will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mrs. Floyd Saundera returned on Monday from Bloomfield where she had been since Friday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Den Wilson at Blue Earth. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were guests at the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox at Northwood, Sunday. Mrs. Jim Love of Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson of Algona, underwent an appendectomy at Forest City, Tuesday. Mrs. R. L. Hilliard returned to her home in Gary, Indiana, Wednesday after visiting for ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. B. J. Grover and Frank Dean of Des Moines were guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Saturday evening. R. J. Grover and Mrs. Wallace are brother and sister. Cecil McGlnnls Is building a double garage at his home in the south part of town, which he recently purchased. He trucks and delivers for the Brady transfer line. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schaap and Mrs. Hunt Armisted of Sheldon, were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schaap are the doctor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Felkey and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Peterson and daughter of Red Wing, Minnesota, will spend the week end with Mrs. Felkey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Mr. and Mrs* Ernest Thiel of Algona returned home, Tuesday, after attending the eighth district convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Cherokee and also attending to business in Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs, James Allen and family, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh are to spend the coming Sunday at Buffalo Center visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Benson. Sirs. H. C. Bressen of Burlington, Iowa, arrived, Monday, and Mrs. Glen Ewing of Big Lake, Minnesota, arrived Sunday to spend a week with their sister, Pauline Van SUN BLINDS DRIVER; WHIT7EMORE FOLKS CUT IN CRASH SATURDAY tie difficulty in filling the holes occasioned by the graduation of 12 lettermen. and expressed satisfaction at the end of the scrimmage. "This is the best squad we have had in three years," he said. Kelly, on the Blue lineup, helped materially in the fashioning of two of the touchdowns, opening up holes in the center of the line for Creighton's speedy and freshman and sophomore backs. About Town Says Car Strikes Wagon; One Thrown From the Machine Horn, who is Janse's office. employed in Dr. f&BBXf&O^^ Two New First Run Features 21c — 21c — 21c TIIITRS. THRU SAT, CkUre Trevor Erie Linden Michael Whalen "CAREEB WOMAN" Second Feature Top Western Dick Foran In "LAND BEYOND LAW" Serial Sl'N.-MON.-TfES. Jean Mulr Warren Hull Beverly Roberta In "HEB HUSBAND'S SEC'Y" Second Feature Mystery—Thrilling—Fun Edmund Lowe Florence Rice in -UNDER COVER. OF NIGHT" Special Saturday Matinee Attractions 1. Rehearsal of Du-k Keene's 1st "Bazooka Baud". 2. Free Bazookas for Second Baud. 3. On the street "Bob Bums" Hog Calling Contest 4. Prizes Awarded. 5. Ping Pong Contest in "Lounge." 6. Community Singing Dick Keene, leader. 7. Koiu Klub Major Prize award at Matinee. Algona women who attended the County Auxiliary meeting at Titonka Friday, were Mrs. Joe Harlg, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. Jim Burns, and Mrs. E. W. Evans. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCall returned to their home in Kenosha, Wisconsin, today after a few days- visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Shterk. The McCalls have been In California the past two months. . Mrs. W. E. Laird returned Tuesday from Rochester, where she was called by the serious condition of a niece, Hanna Brown. Miss Brown is a registered nurse, from Marshalltown, who underwent an emergency operation at Rochester, Sunday. Dr. M. G. Bourne and Dr. B. M. Wallace attended a medical meeting at the Hotel Warden In Fort Dodge, Friday evening. The State Medical Association is giving a series of post graduate conferences there each Friday evening for ten weeks. IHr. and Mrs. E. E. Strondberg and daughter, Shirley of Boone and Mrs. Anna Strandberg of Ogden, Iowa, will iiisit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hiisteadt, Sunday. E. E. Strandberg is Mrs. Hilsteadt's brother, and Mrs. Anna Strandberg is their mother. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson and son, Vic, left Glendale, California, where they have been wintering, Monday, and are expected home the latter part of this week. During their absence, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bryant have been occupying their home on South Jones street. George Hohenberger, Sr., who IN making his home at the present time with his son, John, at Livermore, attended services at the Trinity Lutheran church Sunday. He was accompanied by his son, John, and his wife. The Hohen- bergers were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. Bev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. G. D. Brundage drove to Des Moines, Wednesday, and will return Sunday. While there, Rev. and Mrs. Sjostrand and Mrs. Monlux will attend the First Lutheran Iowa State church conference, and Mrs. Brundage will attend the missionary part of the conference. Mm. Theo. Larson of Algona and The picture, "Ecstacy," was coming to Algona, but not now. "Ecstacy", heralded the world over as one of the great, was cut and cut, censored and spliced for the various towns including ours. However those who watch the morals of the folks closely decided it still too naughty—after they had witnessed it. » » * Perhaps the welfare of the young folks and their standard of physical activities have risen to a higher level than a few years ago for the curfew has ceased to ring at nine-thirty. Kids, don't get too eager, the law is there and can be enforced. * * 0 The rage of the motor world, that ever Increasing prolific auto trailer, is opening new business for the wide awake. Gene Wray has had one or two "parked" at his station all winter and intends to enlarge the ground area for the summer trade. * * » There In a question. Does a fellow eat a large amount of food to grow large or does he eat a lot because he is large? Anyway, Billy Barry is large and he eats much more than the average. For dessert, four pieces of pie-a-la-mode is a teaser and for a snack between meals three pork tenderloin sandwiches are ordered as a starter. * * * Baseball umpires should not run afoul of poor eyes this season. Whether umping from the bleachers or on the field 'tis best to take the golden opportunity of the free service rendered by the stttfe police at the court house and have the eyes tested. * * * Something new. The state park is pasturing a flock of sheep to keep the grass and flowers mowed down. • • « Frank Youngwlrth of the Lu- Verne territory la going to be an up-to-date farmer. A radio on the Whittemore: Mnry Kelso visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald in Algona Saturday and returned home with Alice and Jim Mueller and while cnroute homo they met with an accident. It seems tha the sun was so glnring going west on old 18, that Alice Mueller at the wheel, could not momentarily sec and drove into the back of the wagon of corn which W. F. Reimers' hired man. Clarence Lee, was taking to the farm. The accident wrecked the car and wagon, and the team ran away. Mr. Lee came out of it without a scratch, but Mary Kelso fell out of the car and Alice and Jim received glass cuts on their lips. Crenmory Rnllds Thr Wliittemore Farmers' Crenm- ery Co. i* building n double gir- nge to store two rroam trucks, nnd is also ridding n warehouse in the some building. It. is of galvanixr-d iron construction. rirn. Minn, the bttor pnrt of last Mrs. John Uhlenhalce were Sundav visitors in .tie Pinimin spent the with relatives in Emited with his brother, Frnnk Bost- enlehner. John Bestonlehner of Algona visited with hi sbrot Mrs. George Schellor was on the sick list the past week. i J. M. Fleming transacted bus-j iness in Algona Saturday. ; Mrs. Phil Cullen is visiting with relatives in Emmctsburg this week. Mr. ard and famiiv Wesley. Miss rC week end niotsburg. Mrs. John Bisenius and ciaughfrrs Mary and Helen were at Emmetsburg Thursday. P:iul I'rich of the TTrich variety store, t r:inHarle<! business at Mason City Monday. Marjorie Dunn of Algona. visited at. the home of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien over Sunday. Willard Fandel of Algona visited Matt Krebsbach returned to New ' Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.rtlph Mr. a:ul Mrs. John Waldron and son, John, Jr., visited with relatives in Ayrshire Sunday. Helen Farrell of Mason City, • spent the v.' end with her mother. Mrs. Nell Farrell. Francis Duffy of Algona nnd Earl Conncrs of West Bend visited Sunday at the Martin Duffy. Sr.. home. Ray Oliver and Mike Bosch, Jr., attended a business meeting of the Rural Service Oil Co.. Friday night at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming 1 . Kathryn Ann and Jackie Knapp of Mason City visited Sunday at the J. M. Fleming home. Mrs. J. M. Fleming returned to Whittemore with them. New Church Members The voting members of St. Pauls Lutheran congregation held their regular monthly meeting Sunday In the Lutheran school hall. Two new members were accepted. Lloyd Walker and Will Meyer. Jr. It was also decided that the school picnic will be held June 6th in the Geo. Maahs grove. C. S. Johnson Hardware & Groceries 89c 59-90-95c 79-85c Spading Forks oacb Garden Bakos Cooking School The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock in our •ales. We will handle anything you have to sell at our pavilion in Alg-ona. Saturday. April 17 Fnr this consignment, we have a good line of pasture cattle, including 20 head of good white-face steers, weighing TOO Ib*. and a few milk cows and springers, also a number of head of good brood sows and some good feeder pigs. Please bring vaccination certificates. NOTICE—We have the contract on the DeLaval cream separator, so look to u» for all kinds of repairs. We are carrying new separators in stock. One good MoCormlck-Deering 2-bottom U-ln. tractor plow and good used manure spreader. We deal In new and used machinery. AlU*-Chakuer» Tractors and the Ma*M»y-Harri» line of machinery. We will trade for anything yon have. See us before you deal W1D have a large eon«lgnm««t of cattle, also good hone*, win must start early. Will start m Mock at tractor while plowing corn will permit him to hear the market news and price* as broadcasted every few minutes. If the price of com goes on the upward trend he will dig In ancTpIow diligently. The other way may cause him to loiter and plow up a few hills carelessly. • * * Free advertising came to K. D. James over WHO and the "Hour of Smiles" program Sunday noon. A local lady sent in a winning joke and her druggist was K. Di. who had the pleasure of his name being heard over the air. • * • Whether or not the 15th of April and no spring weather, and less seeding, do not become discouraged. Pocket gophers are working, frogs are croaking, earthworms are plentiful and bull heads arc biting. Those spring harbingers run true to form and encourage the pessimist. • » * Ed Shackolford is a busy man. II<> lias on his list more gardens to spade than time will allow. Work ia done well for the list contains repeat orders. Last year he turned the ground for thirteen families and most of them have asked him to do it again. • * * A drive to Mason City every day of the year except Sunday is the chore of Elmer Phillips. Looking into the sun all the way in the morning is boresome. Returning in the afternoon he looks into the sun as he faces west. Anyone wishing knowledge of the movements of the sun can become informed from Elmer, for years of watching it has given ^him facts unknown to the average man. Into the pay envelopes of Ford workers went * the words, "I can wait two years. How long can you wait?" If Henry will only stick by and wait, perhaps those fellows with good steady paying jobs will realize where their bread and butter is coining from. A diet of HOPS, each 4-tinc Forks each —Coaster Wagons 1.00-1.75-2.95 O'Cedar Floor 7ft r Wax, 1 ^ Paste Wax, only 0'Cedar Polish __ Dust Mops ,79c-98c-150 25-SOc Diamond Paints Broken Lots, close out at 49cqt. Ivory, cream, buff, grey paint, gal 1.49 Fri. Sat. Apr. 16-17 Only Prices are advancing. Get your spring needs this week. Marble Floor Varnish 4 hr. guaranteed Varnish Reg. $4.95 per gal. at _ .$3.95 Reg. $1.45 per qt. at. .$1.15 Inside Washable Flat Reg. $2.70 per gal. at _ ,."$2.30 Reg. 85c per quart at 75c Inside Gloss Enamel Reg. $3.85 per gal. at_ _$3.25 Reg. $1.05 per qt. at 90c Floor and Deck Enamel Reg. $4.15 per gal. at _ _$3.50 Reg. $1.25 per quart at _$1.05 All other interior and exterior paints, varnishes and enamels at very good discounts ••? •IT, We will give free, one pair of rubber gloves'with every purchase of any of these items • Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. (fta&ing Open Cvery Day. Sale bam phone ft A K.1WCB BOOM C, O. RIDDLE**-*- •* Mrs. Edwin Larson of Ayrshire drove to Rochester Sunday to be with Hunna Brown, sister of the latter, who was critically ill in the Rochester hospital. Miss Brown is much improved at this time. They returned Tuesday, and on the way home stopped at Winona to visit Mrs. Ida Guderian and Mrs. A. L. Broderson. Woodrow Sarchet, Algona, senior student at the Iowa State Teachers' college, will sing in Algona, Friday afternoon, April 23, as a member of the Minnesinger glee club, now on its spring tour in northern Iowa. The glee club will sing in the high school auditorium. Sarchet was graduated from Algona high school in 1932 and attended the Northern Michigan Teachers' college the following year. At Iowa State Teachers college he is working on a bachelor of arts degree with a major in public school music and minors in history and French. Woodrow also belongs) to the college band and to the College Chorus, a mixed group of 2* voices. Omar Kelly, son of Mr. and Mr*. Jos. Kelly, alternate center on last fall's Creightoa University football squad, was selected as center on the offensive lineup in the first scrimmage of spring football practice. Monday. Kdly. who alternated last year wtth Nkk Padgen, this year appears the jaott Ukely candidate for regular c«ntw, since the switch of Padgen to guard. With " "' ** angling (or berths on gnr.-x.-7y p Head found llt- hunger is the quickest way to put one into his own sense and listen to a trouble instigator. not Mumom Wed 34 Years; Dinner In West Bend, Sunday West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. M. T Munson celebrated their 34th wed ding anniversary Sunday with i family dinner. Those present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Or ris Gadd and son, Ronald, and Mr and Mrs. Melvin Munson of Poca hontas, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mun son and son, Billy and Margare Mahan of Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Munson have eight children but not all of them were able to be at home for the day. Another great value that proves IGA'i Icaderihip. Don't mitt it! CRISCO 3 Ibs. 59c IGA PILLOW SOFT MARSHMALLOWS . . . . Ib. 15c PRUNES 2 Ibs. 15c GUARANTEED FLOUR per sack $1.59 RADISHES ..... 2 bunches 5c FRESH ASPARAGUS 21bs.25c CELERY, large head . . . . 2for25c NEW SPUDS 4 Ibs. 25c CARROTS 2 bunches 13c LARGE HEAD LETTUCE 2forl9c W. H. Daubendiek and J. J. Jaeger left Tuesday morning for Des Moines on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, Miss Ida and Oscar, spent Sunday at Livermore, visiting their son. Miss Rose Ludwig went to Algona Sunday for 4 few days' stays at too home of her brother, Byron Ludwig. Harry Thatcher of Ruthven spent the week end visiting in the home of his sister, Mrs. Thos. Clark and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Albom of Mason City, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood. • • Iiuit Ra&p. & Straw. Preserve _2 Ib jar 19c Carol Salad Dressing qt. 25c 18K Chili Sauce 12 oz. 19c 18K BarUett Pears _-2% size 23c Cocoa 2 Ibs. He Bed "A" Coffee Ib. 19c Van Camps' M.'d Tins Pork & beans 5 for 29c Sweet Corn 3 for 29c IGA Sifted Peas 2 for 29c La&ku Pink Salmon, tall 2 for 25c IGA Tall Milk 2 for 13c Wheaties —2 for 21c Bisquick 40 oz. pg 29c Sale of No. 10 Tins APRICOTS 59c PEACHES 49c PEARS 49c CR. PINEAPPLE 78c Purple PRUNES 30c Meat Specials Cut Down the High Cost of Living by trading at your IGA Market. SATURDAY'S SPECIALS Calf Hearts, Per Ib. Calf Tongue, Per Ib. Young Beef Roast, per Ib. __ SPRNQ BROILERS 21'. Ib. ave. 63c BUTTER, 2 Ib. roll FREE DELIVERY SERVICE FREE Baldwin Food Market Your IGA Grocer Phone 355

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