The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 22,1937 NOW Because prices are bound to go up it may be are before you will again be able to get such tire lues. Compare our prices with others— R31/2 casing $ 8>89 S440x21 casing $4.45 t450x21 casing 1_$4.45 '»x!9 casing $4. 98 >xl7 casing 35.39 1x18 $5.98 tx!7 1x18 $5.89 $5.98 PAST TO COAST STORE JOE BLOOM lugs—Curtains—Drapes—Your Furs Elk Cleaners & Tailors ad them the tigs Cleaned, Befringed, Reolzed, Rebound. Curtains Dry leaned, Steam Cleaned, Ke-Ecrued, Recrimped or Ruffled should see our curtain work, It's just like new and we rantee that you will be pleased. If you Phone 330, we can t you to many of our customers who have had this work 1 here for your reference. -• 15, 1937, Is our 28th year In the dry cleaning business In Alt. We are still serving many of the same and old custom-K CLEANERS TAILORS & LAUNDRY SERVICE ne 330 We Deliver THAFS WHY THEY SELL ! 1EY PRODUCE EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS ! iff s breeding flocks are correctly culled. try bird In the breeding flock is tested for B, W. D. •per feeding and comfortable housing of breeding flocks sure normal development of chicks. try egg Is Individually Inspected. ffs Hatchery Is a model of sanitation and neatness. ir Swift's Htachery nuui offers expert poultry service !)RDER YOUR SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS TODAY Also Cany a Pull Line of Poultry Feeds Swift & Company ALGONA 1? SPECIALS hmallows, soft-fluffy __H Ib. lOc, 1 Ib. 15c at Brand Imitation Vanilla _^__8 oz. 15c e Kernel Corn five 8 oz. cans 25c ,, makes a nourishing drink 2 Ib can 15c e Albert, Velvet each lOc feather Peaches extra Ige can 15c :e Coffee, a really good coffee, reg- lar 25c values for this week only 21c CEREAL SPECIAL Ex. Ig 15 oz. pkg Bran Flakes fresh crisp and crunchy, ex. Ig. 13 oz. pkg. Corn Flakes 2 pkgs. 25c Ask for FREE W Trick Book Shrimp tall 5% oz can 19c I's Green Tea % Ib. pkg. 25c • Bars and G-um 3 for lOc •ch Telephone Peas 2 Ig. cans 26c e are fine quality large size peas. Tender and aping. FJour, 24H Ibs. 89c 49 Ibs. $1.59 l Dawn Flour 24H Ibs. 99c__ 49 Ibs. $1.75 ft.nn Flour 24% Ibs. $1.14— 49 Ibs. $214 Us all other* in quality. Pog Food 3 cans 25c ^ETS (all colors) GARDEN SEEDS ! &IEAT8 AMD FBU1T 3KET GROCERY Rev. Muhleman In Corwith Pulpit, Sun. Fairview: Rev. W. G. Muhleman, district superintendent of Algona, was in charge of services Sunday morning at the Corwith Methodist church. A pot luck dinner at the church parlors was enjoyed by a large congregation at noon and in the evening Rev. Muhleman again had charge of the services. He showed technicolor moving pictures taken by himself when he tourec Old Mexico last winter and gave very interesting explanations of the pictures. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Spring Work Goes On Spring work Is progressing nicely at this time. Last week's rains kept many from working in the fields which were already too wet But now that spring has at last arrived many plan to work night and day shifts to get their crops in. Mrs. Ben Major has been 111 the past week. The Thimble circle met Friday at the home of Mrs. Lamon Sanders. Mrs. Glen Cashmere spint from Tuesday until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson in Algona. While then- she attended the Algona cooking school. Several from this community attended the funeral of Chester Simpson at Lone Rock last week. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rosman Simpson and was born in this community, living here for a number of years. Those attending the funeral from here were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins. Mrs. Cillic Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merrtam, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and Mrs. Sylvia Nail. St. Benedict News Al RosenmcyiT left Mon-lay for Tuesday Omaha on Mrs. Ben Dorr spent helping Mrs. Alfred Nelson hang paper. Mr. and Mrs. John Preushel visited at the Roy Bornholtz home on Sunday. Mrs. Fritach and family visited at the Mary Fasbender and Greg Studer homes. Miss Kathleen Kunkle Is assisting Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer with housecleanlng this week. Father Kramer spent Monday at Hampton selecting trees and shrubbery for the church ground. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen spent Sunday afternoon at the Frank Bentele home near LuVerne. Leo Immurf ill of Algonu spent Monday evening with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Immerfall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorr and family of Belmond visited at the Ben Dorr and John Arend homes last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer and family spent a week ago Sun- ELECTRIC Mrs. Ous Carlson suffered a stroke of apoplexy at her home northwest of town early Sunday morning;. Mrs. Ttllie Uoeblg caring for Mrs. Carlson. is Celebrates Birthday Guests at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig Sunday in observance of her birthday anniversary which occurred on April 16th, were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Will Jacobs and family of Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle and family of Corwith, the Vic Simons family of Garner, Miss Hetty Jacobs of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoff and children of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck of Wesley, the Art Tabb family of Corwith, Peter Jacobs and daughter, June, of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and family of Brltt and Miss Alvina Opedal of Britt. The party was made up of thirty persons who enjoyed the get together very much. Mrs. Anthony Hildman has been ill and confined to her bed the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Oelick and young son of Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the Sam Alne home. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and family spent Sunday visiting at the Mike P. Goetz home north of town. The Elmer Johnson family of Lone Rock were over week end guests at the home of relatives In Wesley. The Lawrence Ricke family of Williams spent Sunday here at the Henry Ricke and Charles Froehllch homes. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton An&le and family were Sunday guer.cs at the home of his uncle Harry A»'sie, In Garner. Mrs. John Amesbufy entertained the Study club members at the A. M. Lease home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Flom of Newton spent the week end here with Flom and Eden relatives. Erling is employed in the creamery at Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wilson and their daughter, Lillian and her husband, (newlyweds), were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Wilson's father, Nick Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McMurray and Patsy of Belmond and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGee of Algona were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the R. B. Hopkins home. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins will be guest to the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid of Algona at a "gad-about" tea in her home here this week Thursday afternoon. This Is one of a scries being held by the Algona aid this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen of Swea City were house guests at the home of their son, Paul and wife over the week end, and the two couples were entertained Sunday evening for supper at the Mrs. N. E. Hanson home. John A. Hauptmann is the sessor of a new Stinson nil piano purchased a fortnight ago. This plane looks very similar to his former plane, but is more adequately equipped and is of the newest type and model. Farmers In the Wesley vicinity have for the past ten days been busy preparing for and seeding their ground for the annual crops. Most farmers around Wesley will be through or nearly so with their grain seeding by the end of this week. Miss Anna Johnson of Boone and Mrs. Anna Bohannon of Algona were over week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark. Miss Blanche Hendrickson, who teaches at Lone Rock, former teacher in the Funnemark school, spent Sunday at the Funnemark home. Miss Eileen Ormsby of Mason City, Mary Ormsby and a girl friend, both of Cedar Falls, spent the week etid here with their folks the John Ormsbys. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter took the girls back to their school work at the Iowa State Teachers College Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Grattidge returned home from Rochester, Minn.. Sunday, having accompanied her husband there a week before. Mr. Grattidge submitted to an operation for spinal trouble Thursday morning and his condition Sunday when Mrs. Grattidge left there was very encouraging. Teachers and pupils of the Wesley school are making preparations for an operetta which will be presented Friday evening, May 7th. School closes here May 28th, with baccalaureate services the preceding Sunday night and commencement Thursday night, May 27th, with W. Earl Hall of Mason City engaged to give the commencement address. H I Li. WIRE FENCE World's chespett, mod effective livestock fence, Controller plugged Into light socket or batterj gives wire harmless kick. Livestock won't go ova or under it We prove it SAVE 80% IN FENCING COST Save wire. Save pcati. u* itaket. No gati *, we »nap. No »M~UVMM«Y m^ Up-kMD COM tUXM (bout IOC CONTROUER monthly for electricity for one A.O..D.C. to ZOO acret. 30 day trial. on BATTERY A«K FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION D. J. Goeders, Sexton, la. 15-16* Have You Visited The Bliley A Shoe Store £ You Should day at the L. M. Arndorfer home near Bancroft. Bernard Arndorfer, si.iten Lucille and Caroline, Robert WitU and Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Fehr spent Sunday at the Geo. Olsen, Jr., home north of Hobarton. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeycr, daughter Patricia, Mrs. Anna Huschka, Louise Huschka and Mrs. drove to Bradford Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Frank Huschka, who is seriously 111. Mr». Al Rosenmeyer, daughter Patricia, her mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka. Louise Huchka and Mrs. A. J. Fehr w«r« Algonn shoppers | Monday. Ttwjr also called on Mm. Mtry Bowman who Is seriously ill at her home. Mr*. Irene Studer, Wesley, and Miss Wilma Arend drove to Mason City Monday. Miss Roiilee Dorr and Colleen Hood accompanied them on return to school and work. The former attends business college and the latter works In the Northwood Beauty parlor. LONE ROCK NEWS SPECIALS THIS WEEK Closing out all new style shoes — Greys, Blues, Tana 269 Bliley's SHOE STORE <F'|»M. Morris' Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris were host and hostess at supper Saturday evening. Attending were; Mrs. William Bierstcdt anil son. Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Frye, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hill, and Vcra Morris, Cowrie, who spent the week end at the parental home. Birthday Party Harold Krueger entertained last week Tuesday evening In honor of his brlthday at Interlacken. Attending were: Bernard Pettlt and Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton; John Madsen Ringsted; Dale fearing, Dick O'Donnell, Gladys Bierstedt, Gladys and Kathryn Stebritz and Elma Krueger. The M. E Burtls family, Algona were Sunday guests at the W C Helters. Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva and Leona Schulz spent Saturday in Fort Dodge. Dorothy Macumber and Kenneth Jewel, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the Frank Macumbers. The Dell Marlows drove to Burt Sunday to visit Edw. Marlow, Sr., at the Herman Neitzels. Kuthryn Stebritz spent several days lust week with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Bancroft. The Harry Rahns and Roy I,eep- er, Dodge Center, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Conrad Rahn ami the Bernard Leepers, Gerald Pudding, Bancroft, spent the week end at the Walter Thompsons. Sunday his parents, the Wm. Duddings were guests there. The B. J. Heidenwiths, Swea City, wore Sunday guests at the Fred Wegeners. Afternoon guests there were Mrs. Ilusscll Thompson and sun, Jiu-kie. Hurt, and the Henry Kuecks, Good Hope. Myrtle Trygstad, Armstrong, Bride At Sunday Rites Armstrong: Miss Myrtle Trygstad, only daughter of Mrs. A, Trygstad of this place, and Idor J Russett of Wlnnebago, Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Russett of Lake Preston, South Dakota, were married Sunday at the Rev. R. W. Boode home by the Rev. Boode, brother-in-law of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Russett, parents of the groom, attended them. Mrs. Russett graduated from the local high school In 1935 and since has been at home with her mother. Mr. Russett graduated from the Augustana Academy at Canton, Dakota, and served for four years in the U. S. navy. He Is now employed In Wlnnebago, Minn. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. James Beck celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday at their home here. The Becks have seven boys and two girls and nil survive ex-' crpt one son, Chris, who died during the past year. Miss Adelaide Bruning was called to Breda this week by the scr- IOUH of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Looft have purchased the house occupied by Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Haworth. The L. B. Christopher home is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Mr. Christopher has the disease. The Southwest Catholic Ladies' Aid society will serve a supper on day evening at the Central States basement. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Imiiter a!'.a sun, Willurd and daughter, Marie, were Sunday dinner guests ut the H. F. Irmiter home in Ringsted. USED CARS 1BS5 Pontiac « Coupe IU34 Chevrolet Panel 1982 Chevrolet Coach 1831 Chevrolet Coach 1880 Chevrolet Sedan me Ford A Coach 18SW Dodge Sedan Hoenk Motor Service West of Court House NEW OrnHMORIMUfl PQDOISa Amelia Besch Is Married To Alvin Faber, Tuesday a. m. St. Joe: A very pretty wedding was solemnized Tuesday morning ut St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend at 9 o'clock, when Amelia Besch and Alvin H. Faber were united in marriage. Rev. P. M. Dobberstein performed the single ring ceremony. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Besch and Hie groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Faber. The bride was attired in a gown of white satin and lace and a long trailing veil, with a crown of pearls and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of Johiinna Hill roses. Her bridesmaid. Adclla Fuber, sister of (lie groom, wore a gown of poach colored chiffon umi lace and cairied it bouc^iet of pink carnations. John Bench, Jr.. brother of the bride, was best man. The wedding march was played by .Sister C'osma. Immediately following the ceremony a three course wedding was served to the immediate families at the home of the bride'.-i pan-ills. The bride and groom attended the West Bend .schools, the bride being- a graduate of the West Bend high school in the cluss of ':<••». "'I'-t-y gave a wedding dance to their many friends at the Legion Hall in West Bend, Tuesday evening. Immediately following the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fuber left on an extended honeymoon. During their trip they will stop at the bride's sister, Sister Mary Theresa, at Mason City, where she is teaching. After a wedding trip, they will be at home at tho John Faber furm. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson. Mrs. Alfred Pitman and three children, all of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schoper and three daughters of Estherville were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley. Mrs. Chris Johnson remained for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Laidley and family. Buffalo Teachers Guests at Party Titonka: Mrs. Raemond Kocst- ler, first grade teacher in Buffnlo consolidated school, entertained the members of the faculty and friends at an evening of auction bridge nt her home in Burt. Those present were Superintendent nnd Mrs. C. A. Hoon, Coach and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, Music Instructor and Mrs. Emory Stewart, Miss Margaret Lee. Miss Lenn Madsen, Miss Dorothy Weaver. Miss Doris Amundsen, Miss Margaret Beck, Miss Anna Ladd. Miss Sara Higby, Miss Dclmar Henderson, Miss Clarine Johnson. Miss Mabel Tutton, Edward Boyken, Harold Krantz, Eddie Saatoff, Hnrold Gartner. Clifford Krantz and Miss Koestler's sister and husband of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McTlgtie and daughters, Joyce arid Janette of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs, Tarn Cullcn and daughters, Kitty and Irene of Cylinder, Mrs. Bessie Gundert and Mrs. P. Nolan of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mulroney, Kathleen and Mary Vivian of Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and daughter, Mary and son, Terry of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen. KEEPS FOOD SAFER FRESHER LONGER, tutet Tfanret it WITH THIS FOOD SAFETY INDICATOR RIGHT ON THE DOORv#«/« j,/ IT'S PROOF of Frigidaire's GREATER PROTECT.ABrUTY-this Food-Safety Indicator. The dial on the door, where it's always visible, shows that Frigidaire maintains laft ttmptratun even in the hottest weather! This Safety-Zone Cold keeps food safer, fresher, longer...offers greater saving in food bills. And Frigidaire also provides MOIST Cold for vegetables . .. EXTRA Cold for meats... FREEZING Cold for ice cream and frozen dessert*. Come in. SEE THE PROOF. MH"SUP[R-Dimr' FRIGIDAIRE WITH THE METER-MISER | PROVES ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES FOR COMPLETE HOME REFRIGERATION 1. GREATER ICE-ABILITY End* "Cube-Struggle" and " fee- Famine t" New Instant Cubo-Releu* in fll Ice- tun. 4. GREATER DEPEND-ABILITY S -Year Protection Plan on th« • tnled-ln mechanical unit. Backed by General Moton. PRICES AS LOW AS 113 EASY TERMS 00 2. GREATER ST03AOI.ABII.ITV 5. GREATER STABILITY Nfw 9. Way Adjustable Interior I End» old-fiubloned crowding tod " Only FMQIDMM ha« UM GREATER PROTECT- ABILITY Safety-Zone Cold it ill time* flta MOIST Cold for reietmbief... EXTRA Cold for m«*n... FREEZING Cold CM let cram, Croxeu duMRt. Cut* Current Cost to th« Bond 8« an electric meter pntt It, tt/tn yn tuft Meter-MUer doei SUPER-DUTY at amax- Ing savins, became It's tef mttk**iim erer built I Algona B JUST ROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Swea City SIGNED'Zjcwi-PONTI AC S)eolei. W E WANT your "Good Will," and we r\|»r<-l to <*aru il l>y giviug you better liurguiiia lliuu you cau gel anywhere «•!»« in town. Here •r«i>uiiieiiuui|ile« — line curs every one uf them... made even lie Her by our 21-poiiil "Gixxl Will" re- condilioiiiiig . . . priced at clearance rule* in wake room for the lrude-in«i>iilheauiaxiiiKly popular 1937 i'ouliuc... and offered on termi to mil your purse. Come In iml prove for youroelf Ilial • "Good Will" u»eil car i» "to|«" for looks, dependability and every thing elie. Come iiiand prove by compariiton ihut our bargain price* beat llii-m all. Come in and pick the bcyt buy in town from the iinem Block we have ever bud. Do it today—gui'h car* at such prices will move out fast. fHESE LOW PRICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Hurry ,„ NOW io SAVE Tii'lor IH.'it; Plymouth tinning moiM with It-link. Low iniluuKi'. <Hioil riiMii rar. A-l rulilu-r. I'rii-i-d a t Jon iii/low actual worth lit:!.") I'online i'oiir-door Scd; S.OOO an. «'(|tii|»nicnt $625 Ift.'Ki ( 'licv. Tudor, dual rc[iii)i|it>d, radio. In vcrs' ,-ou .-ondiiioi l:;.! Clirv. Tudor. Clean i! I'nntru •!-,!,,or, nllt . Mill n\- 111 uilh trunk, original i on $425 Up- i'.'. i-xtra.-,, ex- ii.-i i t -I i M'- l i-i..t.,r -,nd tirei l!) "' * '"' v - <'"H|M\ Vcl'V rlcllll. 1 ll't'S " VJi K A :"; n : _' $375 $435 GOODWILL USED CAHS o/ve scrtld Phone 714 bi| s.\. . .UIZED PONTIAC HEALERS Klassie Motor Co. Algoaa, Iowa

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