The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1937
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MRS. H.MEYER SHERMAN TWP. CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. H, T. Blumer Assist ed at Meeting Thursday; Twenty Present LuVerne: The Shaman Town•hip Oood W« club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Tlern-an Mey- «r» with Mrs. H. T. Blumer assistant hostess. There wero 20 women SiiiT 1 ): , Mt \ Alvln Weber P res| d- ed, It being the first meeting since her election. The entertainment, Which consisted of games and contests was In charge of Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh. Mrs. Clarence Krause will be hostess at the May meeting. - — -» >-.IC»II R *;I, Is Vlftlt- ;» norne of his daughter Max Patterson. Earl Legler, student at I. S t C., spent the week end at home. His —. —s. iVIIson Leffler took i back Monday. «i^5f Arno iJ Sanders, Mrs. C. N. Riddle, the Chas. Wolfs and the Dr H. D. Meyers visited the J. L Eustace* at Clear Lake, Sunday, Perne Barton Is taking an enforced vacation from her duties as nurse In Sioux City because of it broken thumb, the result of a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Johnson, Sr. were In LuVerne Monday preparing to move to Tama, where Mr aonnson has purchased a grocery •tore and meat market. Miss lola Lehman, secretary for an executive of the Trl-State Theatre Corporation In Des Molnes, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman, were guests of Mrs. Helene Tnjuger, Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Shultz was able to be up town Saturday for the first time this year. She ha* had a siege of sciatic rheumatism. Fred Legler who has been 111 since the middle of February, made a visit to town last week Tuesday. The Rev. E. R. Walter and fam- Iy were called to Streeter, III., on Friday by the news of the death of an aunt of Mrs. Walter. The Rev *. H. Aurand, D. S., preached at ne morning services of the Evan- Tellcal church Sunday. Mrs. D. C. Toohey went to Sheldon last week to see a sister. Mrs. Julian Putnam who had been bad- y burned when she tipped over a aucepan of boiling water. Mrs utnam was taken to a hospital In Sioux Falls the latter part of the The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, April 22.1937 ROBERTA MORRALL. DAUGHTER OFALCONIANS. RECENT BRIDE LONE ROOK NEWS • M .i.".«~r ! ' Hft ncock, pastor of the resbyterian church, was at Otto- t" *£*•* "Si" "e "Poke on Religious Art In the ! Humboldt County „. Club ^Vonicti's program. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whlt- temore, wa» also on the program L ^. e » G fu 0 L^" k ! es . ftPe <L*P«ctlng GLASS Lillian Coombes spent the week end at her maternal home In Clear Lake. The Melvln Hawks family were Sunday guests of the Edw. Mar- ows, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz nade a business trip to Esthervllle ast week Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Flalg and daughters Kj-ont Sunday afternoon at thn C W. Heerdtu, Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Worthington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz, Jr.. Swea City. Russell Sharp and Russell Blerlc drove to Fort Dodge Monday, where the latter received medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Friday night and Saturday at the George PettiU am Mrs. Evelyn Ea rings. They spen Sunday with friends In Emmets burg. Wedding at Port Dodge, Feb. 20; Groom Prom Russell, Iowa Auto Claw-Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window gl UTO SUPPLY GREENBERG 36-tf Mrs. Ernest Roeger, Denver, Colo Mr. Roeger will be remembered by many LuVerne people as he was employed by Mr. Merkle a few years ago. He and Mrs. Roeger are driving through to the east enroute to Europe where they plan on spending the summer In Germany and Sweden principally. The Harold Phillips, Dows, were Sunday guests at the parental S. F. Phillip* home. The Evan WII- hltes, Corwlth, spent the day at the Lloyd Smiths. Mrs. B. W. McEI- -w — _ — _,.., v , •-»•», ^f, TT , JVCUJGSI* hfnney, Goldfleld, visited Consuelo Hanna and the Tweeds, Lake Mills, were at the Irwln Hofs. The Fred Hlntzs, Webster City, were at the Wm. Ramus home from Friday until Sunday. Richard Bekman came Sunday from Alton to get his parents who had been visiting at the Dr. Corblns. Read Tile Want Ada—It Paya Llvermore, April 30. (Special to The Algona Upper DCS Molnos): A wedding of Interest to many Livermore people has recently been announced which occurred Feb 20 when Miss Roberta Morrall, of AI-' gona and Harold LcVier of Russell were married at Fort Dodge. Both young people are well and favorably known In this locality. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Morrall of Algona nnd lived here since young childhood and graduated with the class of 1934. Following her graduation she spent a year at home here with her parents, and later attended business school at Pcorla. III. She was then employed in Fort Dodge tip """' shortly before her marriage. The family left here about two years ago, moving to Algona. where they are operating the Chevrolet garage business. The groom Is equally as well known here for he too lived here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross LeVler when a child. They later moved to Council Bluffs where his father was In employ of the Illinois Central railroad for a number of years. A few years ago they moved back young A httskr, rua»d bik» with Ulloon tizn, w*ld«d rrin- forced Joints, chrome pUted •Met rims, rust proof frame interior, and many other important features. Cash Price P«y SL2S Per Week. Yetl'i Tkeftjlruuranc* 11.00 AddT. SENSATIONAL TIRE PRICE POLICY Gamble's now offer only one complete line of tires — our finest quality, top grade, first line Crest at Nationally advertised list prices of 4th line tires. By concentrating on only one complete line we cot down our stock*-, eliminate line*, «"«• MX pwwirf UrVprlee*. W«j fed nothing but the price. • 440/11 m/i* •M/tt Iff » Plate RoybliM Battery for Fords, Cbm., Pirmouliu uul t/th.ri. •- ' moc. Kn SM/tT MI/U too/it KM/I* Crttt 7.7* I Price Prk«. . S3.3S New Ratchet BUMPER JACK PP*"<« wtrh n Utll« eflort. M nX Sil. Prlt. »L39 FREE!L_. Wilb CD* purcbau of »»•««» each of Gamblc'i JColorw.i S3ttET:...M< Wrench Sot Special I • 4oubl« end wrcnctm firing is populir $ SV:;'MOTOR OIL A food quality vacuum distilled wax-free motor oil that will give complete motor protection and stand up extremely well. Soecial Sale Offer, S.A M, Gal. Plus 20e FaderiTTaz. I Total f 1.79 Including Can. %.'. 1937 CORONADO REFRIGERATORS fee the New CxcliMlve Revolving Shelf I Bestitiful, modern «nd efficient Gamble's new * SlWlB R 9 Ib^L r ' ' 7 ' : "• eauret: Cu«tom-btiilt Thermometer, , Dn . we "•* Rubber Grid. Cube ».»n««rior Light, Ifew Late. CH-r' P , Latex Crisper, Twin Com- 4>(j| ** ^£ 0am pressor. Model G67, 91 Jm ^\ SO ell Ti ««F . , Deluxe, 6 cu. ft. Cash Price Model O77, Deluxe, 7 cu. ft. Cash Price S1S9.SO Model G47, 4 cu. f t ...... M9 SO r*y >2.«s nm WCCH Model G67, 6.S8 cu. ft .. . cm u ———______ MV U.M PEN WICM ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION DOES NOT CO»T . . . IT PAVSI 1 to Llvermore, when the couple became acquainted which brought about the happy culmination. About a year ago the LeVlers moved to Russell where the couple will live. They have an Interest In a dairy there with the parents of the groom, and make a dally trip over the route' to Chariton. The many friends of this worthy young Couple extend heartiest congratulation. Mrs. HnroTd LeVler, who before her recent marlrage was Miss Roberta Morrall, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening when Mrs. Harold Doldcr entertained a few close friends of th» bride. The diversion of the evening was monopoly and Miss Olga Onles won yje prize for being the "most well to do" while Mrs. Harley Hogatt took the consolation for being the "nearest broke." ,,, The guests were Mrs. Morrall and Winnie Johnson of Algona: Mrs Hogntt, of St. Paul; Mrs. Delmar McEnUiffcr. Mrs. Ida Porter, Mrs. John Hauok and the Misses Kate Farrell. Olga Gales, the guest of honor and hostess. A shower of lovely and useful gifts preceded the dninty refreshments served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown. Ornpt- > riRT, were Sunday afternoon miters nt the M. E. Blane'mnin nnd ;he Alox Krucgers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrenco nittrti'-- nnd Lillian and Gerald Angus sprn Sunday afternoon at the A. K Crulkshanks, Algona. Mrs. Frank Householder, son James, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt spent last week Tuesdny at the C, E. Sfgsbees, Burt. The Walter Faulstlrhs sprnt Sunday afternoon at the William Jns- kulkes, Burt. All spent the evening at the Leo Jaskulkes. Fenton. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. L. Whnlen. son Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stow, nil of Dolllver, spent Rtindny nt the Hugh Marlows nnd Bernard Leeners. Mr. and Mrs. Knrl Ewoldt, Klvn Ewoldt nnd Jessie. Smith. Algonn and Lillian Schnllln, Lotts Crreh spent Sundny afternoon nt thn Joe Culbertsons. Mr. and Mrs. Hermnn Voljfht nnd family. Whlttemore, and Mr nnd Mrs. Otto Sohultz, Fort Dodge spent. Sundny afternoon nt th< Emll Laabs home. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. J, Rjoe «,>,>„! Saturday at Fort Dodge. Ftimlny they drove to Hnmpton and visited Mrs. Rice's brother, Dwlght Hoxie nnd other relatives. Mary Ellen Culbertson, Lola Mnr- low, Viola Blerle and Veronn Kndlg drove to Rock Rapids Saturday to visit June Blerle. They also vis- Ited the Charles and Edwin Hawks families and the Edward Harms family at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Kraft and « fl , u fnter, Ruth, accompanied the Adolph Perils, Whlttemore, to Emmetsburg Sunday to the Henry Schultz home In honor of Mrs Schultz's birthday and also her mother's, Mrs. " Cylinder. H.troM lot)lt Mr. nnd Mr Kur:i nc Aiij.u.i, 'Tor/, who hm Rprnt iiinnth nt Ihr- ^nrentnl H, lio;v." to "iiimo in Kp sourl. Saturday, retimin Sunday. Mrs. N. L. fVidon nrcom- pnnlr>d them to Arnrc wlirrr s!v visited thr Hnrlry Rhoillios. onmo on Mrs. F. A. TnrRon^ nn<! M;ir>-:uct. Storm Lake iilt ,-.;;o Riinilny nt th Aml!<-w 'llHimsnis in ihr> nvenlnp Mi 1 . ..,M| Mi-.-. Tlu.m.ii n drovp t Royal to visit Mr Thomsrn' brolher, .John nml family, The 1 nl^o mnde n trip to fiioux City, i-eturninK Mondny evening. Henry Ramboth, of Stiffornrs ol STOMACH ULCERS <, HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK JH1JL.WJLLARD TREATMENT fatt wna«h» prompt, definite relief In oSSS* WeST 0 ' ****** •"* Iff. url other A. H. BORCIIARDT Going Up! and \ew homes are going up are home standards! Thanks to the low rost of building materials, better home designs, and the Bldg. & Loan, FJIA plan or other plans of ronvenient monthly payments—the average family can now afford to build—and enjoy home fojufort.s our grandfathers never dreamed of! Xow's the time for you to build the home you want. We'll be glad to explain how you ean pay most of it's, by the month, out of your income. Let's talk it over. Geo. L. Miller I'lionj- 100 GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR Algonn, Iowa FREE I On«Gal.Llm««d rilCCJ Oil and >A Gal. of TuriMntliw With 5 Gal. of Gambles Super HOUM PMnt W« main (ii« startling off.r to lo- betfuct • D>w (Mini. Contains Tilu- tom D.o.ul. whM.ii gitet cmur Uduu powu ud co>e»<>, and t mot* BrtUlaal whil« floiib Uun any oUwr Jrijm.nt llut cu b. li whilt aaif, pit Etoctrlc Iron WMt HM« Indlcata 8.1. S1.69 Gasoline .. .... Flat Iron 12.98 fKEC SMATKS WiUiiiUitrurtamluia tricycl* balow. 1*' from • 4 <|M wbc.l •4,119 W front .b.eflrJJ i rmiii BOB FELLER BASEBALL, OM«b«il tot AUfcr CORONAOO 1 Electric Washer Ua> Lortll b«t- ' UHIO \19* wriaavr. Quick .cilof tafeir r«i«ai«. Porctfaia •Darnel tub and othtr lealurci OAMSLE'S STANDARD BARN PAINT This special offer on our good quality standard barn paint enables you to paint your buildings now at big saving*. fUd onijr. Single Gallon $140 Pay $1.2» ft, Ga*olin*Waih«r Briffi * blrilloo molof. poieel.ia tub. FamMU Lurvll «rioa«f lod aibw litiuru. p" b . J56.05 Pay U.M Pw FREE On * ftnt •» TUCK L^y M^.^ FLOOR POLISH w.ih tar K..c«d du,i S£r,u.... 89< POLI»H race $20.00 Allowance for Any Old Radio Ou ib* purcbau ol UiillltubeCoruiuiio. Coupuu witb Ni- tkiulljf ad>«rti»d •eU »llia« fur »100 ol nut a. HM electric taoloK Hl ( k tifrhl W.»» Hece 19 bpl;a<ier, auayutbei fea. Cub Price WbJl* Slock LMU Standard Flat Wall Faint 1-erOalk.u U. Per Quit M Beer Sales Laid To Advertising In Key Newspapers "We believe In newnpaper ndvcr- tl«lng," sayg Hal Johnton. advertln- Ing manager of the Blatz Brcwlnir Co.. Afilwauhee, Win. The Algona Upper DCS Molnes In one ol the paper* selected by this company tor their 1937 camp.ijrjn. It Is one of the most agjrrc.SHlve nnd outatanding newspaper cam- "in\gnn on beer appearing locally and throughout the country, Th': prr.'l.ict advertised ii Hint/ Old Heidelberg Ue-r, <iistrihutffj locally by the L. & N. Hupply Co , C W. Ry. Co.. Uldg., Fort Dodge, owa. It in said that this In one of the largest newspaper ichedulex en beer that has ever been rel'-c sed In this country— prior to prohibition and nince repettl. "Last year." aocoroin? »o Hnl Jonnson. advertising manager of the Blatz Brewing Cr>rr.i--tnv. Milwaukee. "Blatz enjoyed the largest sales volume In all of it» 88 years in production of beverages. We attribute this success to two things —the very excellence of Blaty Old Heidelberg Beer, and the fact that people like it, and repeat their pur- :lwfce« — plus the liberal use of newspaper advertising, ] LONE ROCK NEWS Half-ounce bbttle of TRE-JUR Gardenia Perfume for only with your purchase of 3 cakes of Camay /' Margiirft Kchloemuri hpent Saturday with her pari-ntu at Ksthur- villc. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch (.pent Sunday at the Tom Lynches. Fairmont. Dcloris Krau-it wa» a Hunrlay diner KIR-.,! ill Mr;>. Kite Hantelman, enti/n. Tin- ",'. l> Haurk f ^nily. Hur.i- boH, .-,.. nt Sunday u the- Fri-d Linnan. at the K Gallon... GARDEN HOSE • Pintui* i*alid, all rubber, tfl feet wilb coaflmit n.98 CORONADO CAR RADIO • tubot. Oulcuuidiutf P^fiofDuocQ, iuLiUea • wo ao CA«|I Pric«'jb7 B Jf 9 '•y U.2* Par MTuk BATTERY RADIO >crforra- otbllow Mr. aii'l Mrs. fharlc.i -iiiftn.s. s|.t-nt Saturday u«h U-'alih.s. II. J Hire ainl Hugo W/; tartt-d wiring tue I. \V. .\'«.'i.,on i hoiiu- Monday. Tlir- ii.-iyinonii Iiicri>tc-dt.<i wcrt Sun<lay ^uppt-r gut.>ts :.t the K. <• Wiener of Mrs the GAMBLE STORES LABNARD, Managing Partner •v M t u ur IM v to Agencies at Britt and Garner ffltnn Mino and I'carl wtii- riund.iy dinner gut.^( Mablc Minu. Or;-, it. Mr. aii<l Mr.i. John ,N' ( .]itn! Su;id;:y itftc-rnijon Llc^'il Marloivs. Burt. Mr. un,J Mr<. J. M. Jtnaen. King- stfd, were Sunday ufttriiuon visitors at the Will Chriitfnsonrf. fc'Uiv. tihinx. HiiignUil and the Walter .Schniuit.-, .,j, t -nt .Sunday afternoon at the Kubtrl S< hnndt.s. The Jim Long., and the- Kalph ipao/jo Vv't-rt- Sunday ^utr.I^ rjt '•«. Anna Newbrough, Huinbuldt. Mr. and Mrs. V J Gro.->s were bunduy afternoon and bu[,pt-r «ue»t s at the A H. Gardntn, Hum Crtek. Mr. and Mrs. Cljri.i .Shu•>T and he Albert .Shuser.-i w,r,.- .Sunday dinner gueata at the WiJJ ( a;,i Hall,, Mr*-. Edwin Alk-n ai.d Wolfu. Hwea C'lty. apmt I, Tu .day allerno,.!, -..lUi M: full \ . tflllt W i The Soap of Beautiful Women Your half-ounro Itotllr at r»iui.:il« Cardrnjji JVrfumi-, crratnl by Tie- Jur of I'urli ami New York, I* at your dealer'* now. You'll »urely waul *ome, *o ilon'l delay! K MAKK you this amazing offer to gel you lo try Camay. \V«? want you to prove to yourself that it i» ili«; iinckt Leaufy aid you have ever uwd. But don't laki-oiirwonl for it. Comiiiri- youru-IJ wJiat Camay will! do for your tkin. Ju»t »«:« how tiiorouglily, liow (-.-nlly " y.wJiJN; Jal/ir-r i to inak<^ your «kin noft- er, «inootli( r, l>i:llrr-lookiiig. Sfi: Jmw (juirkly your <-omj»Irx« ion r<-B|ioii()i lo a Cairiay licauly tr«:atiiifiit. Anil noli«: Camay'* toothing mil.hic,,,. l{cj(,-ai<'.l Iffio \n\i-. i-houn Camay to In; tl<-finiti-ly, imnnUy i,nlil,r all olJu-r li-ailiug In , ml) r«d|i,. lli-i-iili- loi/, ( y loiJi-rovrMhat Camay r .„, ,\,, (,, r Vl)ll _ ( /() ,„ vour ili-.df r -J,uj ilirrc cjiki--, of C'amav. .„,,} .,<«,,( ,, /',,!/ /,,,/('. ouii.. l,i,nl<- ,,l TJ< -Jur <,;m!.- only <,t,,- , , „(. FARM LOANS Low Rfltp—20 yrars to pay. Option—ran pay any day In yenr on principal. No Commission to Pay. For details »f>e mo Edw. Capesius New Hclso Bldg. Algnnn. Iowa 11-tf For ninny yosirs yon IIMVC lifcn Idokintr for a finish thai is practical awl very easily applied. 1 his Ji.ikclilc fan ho applied nvcr any old varnish, paint or enamel. You ran apply it. over your old dining room table and we guarantee that you can net a hot frying pan from your stove onto the table and not harm its finish. You can' apply it on wood floors; it will give years of wear. Jt is Lye \Vater Proof. Highly recommended for Linoleums. It is non-slippery. No waxing required. Bakelite is sold by all Paint Dealers in your «;ity. Also by both Furniture .Stores. Ask them for free demonstration. 19-tf RECORD! £ \\* K '.'— v\ \ These statements are typical off those re* celved from farmers who kept a record of their telephone call*. • "Hiring help, g*t> tlngprlMsoneggs.mak- Ing an appointment with the dentist, hearing that a ealf ha* become entangled In a wire fence; The** arc torn* of the use* mad* of th* telephone during th* 10 day* that w* kept a record of our calls." uia - f • DON'T DEIAY -il.i, off, r ,;.„ be made mily nljile lln;> |j..i». The following stores are featuring this special Camay offer today! < Ut KitU- (iroicry TtiM. Akre AndiTson's Jju-k 8prut iliiakf t (i.-uc4-ry C. ». Moe UKMI.KV V Kli iii|»-trr ( hu«. hr.ius.- A. ^1 Huiii I.I \KK\r; /%im;» B. Ifurruy T. H. Sank. > (,.ilt,/ a ,t|, U n ill Cirowry Baldwin'* J. O. A. (. K hi i! ST. Mary lit III A Iw in-,! li Dipt >li>rr H\N( KOI T l's I. (, \. mlj JSn,^ IIIOMiA lirocrry iry 1-AKOTA .Smith Harry Wufburlun >L U>«-r KV, • "Our houM caught firo whiiu I wa* away. The tc I u phone was thoro , though, and s*on iiftvr rny vtifo tent in the aljrm, help ar- ri<otl. Thu Ujnido* waid't very hedvy-- but thDt was only bvcauwi wo hju J tck-(;(ione-. and used It." T/picol form fomillsi la xveti rnidwei'ura cornmua- iiici icivtd an averag* ol mare than $30 a year tack by having a Kiilpli of Ma. ncl Mia. K. W Cmid. ,md Biidella Li,;lubody ,n City. ftt , t ,,t .Sunday at Hill home. SYVKA BlonwU-r K(>< H l'ri«-l>.- lin,,. UHlTlfc \IOKK II. /U(,j.,<il Irt-ut'n ( ule NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Want Ad* Bring j I You Quick Results

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