The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1937 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 29, 1937
Page 2
Start Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 29,1937 Your Retail Dealer Still Supply You With Iowa Hybrid Corn Sioux City Seed Co. The Algona Auction Co. W* are here to serve both the •eOrr and buyer at our pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday. May 1 Our la»t Saturday'* <uu> waa food and we have a number of buyer, looking for all kind, of .toch. Will have a good •fruit of Cattle. Rood one*, and nomt feeder pl(r». Plea** bring vaccination ctrtHiratr*. One almoet new lerw harrow 20 ft, and harrow cart. NOTICE—We hav* th* contract on the Delaval cream •epftrmtor, *o look to a* for all kind, of repair*. We are carrying new teparator* in stock. One good wed DeLaval »ep- Good C«ed Motor and Power attachment for DeLaral cream separator. 15-80 McCormSck-Deerlng tractor in good Wedeal In new and med machinery. Allte-Oialmen Tractor* and the Ma»*ey-Harrl« line of machinery. We wiH trade for anything yoa hare. See u* before you deal Win have'WHIM- good brood sown. We have listed for horse* —I roan «n-awberry stallion, age 4. wt 1700 Ibs., well broke; 1 yearling spotted colt; black mare mule, smooth mouth, wt. 1700. Now If you have any good cheap horses to sell, bring them In. Win hare a large consignment of cattle, al*o good Horse*. St. Bernard male dog, pure bred with papers, color orange and white will be sold this Saturday. Thi* sale must *tar« early. Will *tart on stock at 1:SO TERMS—Cast. No property removed until aettled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 77 WE HAVE A LUNCH BOOM C* O. RIDDLE®!*™*" •"«> Auctioneer Raymond Riddle, clerk. 8ft* SPECIALS Crystal White Soap Chips __giant 5 Ib. box 35c Seedless Raisins _._ 2 Ib. pkg. 15c Canned Dog Food 3 cans 25c •treat your <lu<* to a <rood meal. Libby's Tomato Juice 3 tall cans 25c Grapefruit or Grapefruit Juice _.2 Ig. cans 25c Sweet Pickles, jar full quart 29c Prunes, good eize and meaty 3 Ibs. 19c Softasilk Cake Flour Ig. pkg. 29c Extra large can of Deep Red Tomatoes only 15c P. & G. White Naptha Soap __10 giant bars 39c Pork & Beans, fine flavor tall can lOc Bulk Lard, first grade, finest quality 2 Ibs. 29c Excello Flour 49 Ibs. $1.49; 241/2 Ibs. 79c Galden Dawn Flour 49 Ibs. SI.69; 24 y z Ibs. 89c Quality Fruits and Vegetables Fresh and Cured Meats BASKET GROCERY EDNA STRUECKER WEDS BANCROFT YOUNG MAN, SUNDAY, AT FENTON Lawrence Johannesen in Vows; Double Bifig Ceremony Fenton: A pretty wedding took place at eight o'clock Sunday evening in St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. when Edna Stfuecker, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker of this place, became the bride of Lawrence Johanson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson of Bancroft, As Walter Lock plnyed Lehcngrin's wedding march, the bridal party took their places before the altar where the double ring ceremony was Performed by the Rev. R. W. KabeliU in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends of the couple. Tlie bride, who was given away by her father, was charming in a white satin floor length dress and wore a cap-shaped veil and train with white slipper. Her bouquet was tea roses and white sweet peas Eldora Struecker, sister of the bride was maid of honor nnd she was gowned in a tea rose corded lace over satin dress and she wore whtte slippers. Her bouquet was 5 white and tea rose colored snap* Tn^ix bridesmaids were Laura Madden and Viola Strueck Lvon ae of Fenton, the latter a sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were dressed in pastel shades of organdy with Eou"se Presthus, niece of the groom wire flower girls and were dressed £ pink and blue organdy and carried I baskets of mixed flowers. Ush- m i were John Struecker, brother of thTbride, and Harold Presthus, reo f ha h nso g n r0 s 0 e^ed his brother as best man and both wore dark lulls, and wore carnations in their Illes in Kossuth county, and is a steady, ambitious young ma» He attended Bancroft high school and since that time has worked on the ow ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride* parent.. Table waitresses were Evelyn Eimers. Vivian Vmgh and Margaret Presthus. Others attending were Mrs. Catherine E,m- crs and son. John. Mr and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Martm Wilberg. Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kab elitz Walter Loek. Mr. and Mrs Truman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs Joe Madden, all of Fenton: Mr and Mrs. Hans Presthus, Mr and Mrs. John Johanson. Mr. and Mrs Ole Johanson. all of Bancroft: Mr and Mrs. Earl Murray of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden also Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahldick and Harold Nielsen of Ringsted. The couple have started house keeping on the farm of the groom's father northeast of Seneca, where they will be at home to their many friends. ilm. Mr. Bruhn returned home Sunday evening. O*born« Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn entertained at five tables of bridge Thursday evening of last week. The high score prizes went to Mrs. Al- vln Zumach and R. A- Goetsch and low to Wilfred Stoeber. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. WHfred Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler. TonMIs Come Out Kenneth Larson submitted to a tonsil operation Friday at the Dr. J A. Mueller office. Kenneth's home Is Decorah, but he attends Lone Rock high school where ha lives with his sister, Mrs. Arthur Prlebe. Mrs. Raymond Priebe of Fenton is another sister. 4-H Club Meeting The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Mary Ann Bohn. A demonstration on "How to Make a Hooked Rug" was given by Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod: a talk on posture was given by Donna Jean Bailey, who used Mary Ann Bohn as her model and showed exercises to make good posture. Music was given by Marjorie Johnson. Thirteen members and the leader and assistant leader were present Lunch was served by the hostess. Fenton Beato Rlngsted The Fenton high school baseball nine defeated the Ringsted nine at Ringsted 5 to 1. Frank Leorke Of Weat Bend Pastes West Bend: The community w»» saddened to hear of the death Of Frank Leorke, another older resident of our town, Monday night. Mr. Leorke suffered a stroke of paralysis about four weeks ago and has been In falling health since. He was 75 years old. Surviving are his wife and « son, Harold, who lives on the Leorke farm. There Is one grandchild. He Is also survived by a brother, who visited him last week, and Mrs. Carl Potter of West Bend. SPECIPL! For Fri. & Sat. IMPERIAL BIKE TIRE tS-inch >il«. R*fn- ter prit« — Me. Weekend Special. 8S< HANDLE BAR GRIPS Artator ityl*. Regular price—tic p*f pair. Sale Price, Per BICYCLE PEDALS Ban bearing pedala. Abc«ii» Removed Ervin Bruhn. Fairville, went to j a Rochester Sunday to see his lit-1 J tie son. Billie, who underwent an operation last week for the removal of an abcess on his wind pipe. He is getting along nicely. His mother is staying at the hospital with FARM LOANS Low Rate—20 years to puy. Option—'an pay any day In year on prinr-ipal. *."o Commission to Pay. For details see me Edw. Capesius New Heise Eldg. AJgona, Iowa .^/X^C'vCK-OO^C-OCOO'/vCvOCOOOOOOOOOO^^ i -^ SAVE THE BOTTLE CAPS & LABLES Valuable Prizes Given Away FREE A/.yor.e (-'in »•.'.'.< r tt...-. < >.. •.'...-• ;:.i y<.a :.'•<! • •/ '!'> . ''- '• '•• Pepil Colii botlie <a; -. .;:,'! :'it,t: For the man v. i.o .-ait- 1::-: :arg-.-'. number oi Pi.p.-i ''<•••-. Cap. we will ABSOLUTELY r t'.KK u :.:,•: P.OI < & P.EKL a Minnesota Fi.-.rnng Ln.<•(...•-•. For the woman ? tr.i greatest number cf P..J..-I <"'.; we v,i)l give ABSOl.L'TKI.V FP.EE a bi.iutifui Bn.irfife.-.t Kfct (.hauls and table;, or $2.'0«; <n - ,i.-.n. For the boy saving the greateU number of Pepsi Co;;t t,ott;. wt will give ABSOLUTELY FKEE a fine HIKE For the girl having the greatest number of pcpji <"oia LABKLK v.e will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a beautiful BJKE or $25.00 in caisn. Prize* will be awarded May 31. l'j.;7 .Start today to i>ave Pepbi Cola bottle taps and labels, you may be the winner. l-rink Pepsi Cola every day with your r/itaJa. Pep;>i Cola gives you IXjL'BLE VALUE one bottle equal to TWO small six ounce bottle. You :-,ave every tune you buy Pep^i C'ola. Pepj,i Cola i.i told by all dealers. Tiy u bottle today. FORT DODGE BOTTLING WORKS Fort Dodge & Storm Lake Marallce Boyken spent the week end at the Nick Heesch home near Ti tonka. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin visited the L. A. Petersons at Ringsted Sunday. The Car) Kern home was released from scarlet fever quarantine last Saturday. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice Gibbons visited with Fenton friends Sunday. Frank Bailey spent Friday with his daughter, Mrs. A. W. Whitlow. Armstrong. The Walter Weisbrod home was released from scarlet fever quarantine Saturday. C. F. C. Laage attended the funeral of Chris Behrman at Bancroft Saturday afternoon. Frances Bailey. Britt teacher, spent the week end here with her father Frank Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of Alta spent Saturday and Sunday at the L. J. Weisbrods. Mrs. E. C. Woito of LuVerne visited at the Henry Reimers home several days this past week. Mrs. George Jentz and William Jentz took treatments from a doc-1 tor In Clear Lake Saturday morn- Ing. Frank Humphrey of Fairvill? purchased a new car on Saturday. John Dempsey is also driving a ntw car. John Kerber and son, Lyndon, spent Sunday with Mr. Kerber's mother. Mrs. Tena A. Kerber in Emmelsburg. Mr, and Mrs. Emit Eleckwcnn j and little daughter spent Sunday Lohrville with Mr. and Mra n Micklick. Mrs. Christine Matt of Eoone tame Friday and will vibit two weeks wi'.h her brother and wife, Mr. and Mr.s. J. B. Hanson. June Weisbrod and Viola Mueller, students at the Icvva State Teachers College. Cedar Kalis, spent the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn, and the K. K. John.son family were gue>.ts .Saturday at the F. H Bonn- in honor of Mary Ann Bohn'i I'th birthday. i Mr. ar.d Mrs. Claren'.e O.-.born i ; ai.ii Mr. ;-r.d Mrs. P.. A. Goet-.< h j I went to LaPorte City .Saturday to' ! bring noine Mr*. Anna O.-.born, who ' na.i ' b-;«;i visiting at the T. F. . 1 Turner horn*. i Mr.-.. Adolph Heezer and daughter, j ! Dorothy and .-.on Kenneth of Albert '• | Lea. Minn., vis.ited Mr. and Mn- , | Waktr Ohm and other relatives on . Friday and .Saturday. Mr,, Ohrn is | mere of Mrs.. Heezer. | Mr, P.oberl Votteler, whose birthday wafc Saturday, itltbrattdj tne ot<ai>ioii Km.'lay afternoon by naving ^" tne rnil'iren and grand- : i nildren < orne to htr home A'here ' me time v,;jj .->pent socially and Mr ai.d Mrs-. Carl L*w-.on and I .•on Ijtri'.n and E<Jith arid Ethel, fAin daughter. 1 -, and Herman and hor. f^onald of Ellendale. ;e;=o:a a/.d Harold (Joeliich !•. bptnt .Sunday at the J. B STREAMLINE TAIL LIGHT BuTtoartack. atott *Hk tattcc? Repriw Pr Lawn Brooms 17c GAMBLE STORES ••••••••••••»•"•— " This Week Is National - Bud Barnard. Manaclnc fartner Agencies at Brltt ft Garner MAKE USE OF THESE DEVOE SPECIALS .KM AMD PMHTIH6 Tak« * critical look at your home-iniid. and out. See M the place* whera fresh paint will make it new again. Do some painting yourself. For the heajr- ier work employ a reput**"* painter. In e»ery caso, use Dewe vantage or our »H—.—-•—- •Devoe P«tnt«—made by the e*t paint company In America., Devoe 2-Coat Syttem cut* house- ' painting costt at much at half , On.c««.<>« Thl.new2-Co.tSy.- I nrat t« Oi* tern cut. co*t. and outla.t« other pelnt job. 2 to I. The first coat Mai. ratface*— the top-coat resist. 1 weather. Get the fact* on this newSy*- *"" DEVOE HOUSE PAINT $3,25 *~ Slick-up Furniture Just a little pleasant pactime, and you make • shabby-looking piece of furniture new again. iMirrolac Enamel flows 'easily — drie* without brush-marks. Dust-f re* in one hour; hard in 4 to 9 hour*. DEVOE MIRROLAC ENAMEL Refintth Porch Floors Put thl. tough, lonr- wearlnf enamel on Interior floor, or ouUWe' porches. Dries to a full ( IOM overnight—can be walked on th* following morning. DEVOE FLOOR AND DECK ENAMEL $1,05^ Make Wall* Look Like New Freshen up your walla— dreu them up In new, attractive color*. Velour Fin- Uh five, a .oft, iurtrou* •heen that I. arti.tic, durable and easily cleaned. It U an attractive wall finish that'* mighty practical, at the came time. DEVOE VELOUR FINISH $2,15 & These prices for this week only Botsford Lumber Co. Employ a Reputable Paiuter -Specify Devoe's JIM POOL, Mgr. PHONE 250 OVER 300,000 FAMILIES ARE PROUD OF THEIR COOIERATORS ITS SO BIO AM) ROOMY...HOLDS SO MUCH FOOD OVER 3OO.OOO FAMILIES OWN COOLERATORS IT WASHES THE AIR...KEEPS FOODS FRESHER VET YOU SAVE AS MUCH AS $100 YOU GET ICE CUBES IN 5 MINUTES Mr. V.'. V Vigtr entertained her e i.-.jri .Saturday afternoon. ! Dorothea Gt-rnaidt ar.d Mrs. '• e played for abtent j i^rn Mrs fjerhardt won high [ score prize an<j Mrs, J A. Mueller j the f f ji. solation. ; Mrs. Waiter Mrs. F. Vf. j Mi* L>e)i>en Haitiat i autotd to Fairmont rtctntly where Mrs Waiter Jentz and Mrs Hanna remained over J.ig'»t with their aiater. Mrs Mark Simrnxiri* and family. Mr H&nna v/tnt after tht/n Sunday Mr and Mr« Ivan Kin.giihofer and son of LAIS Angeleii, CalifornUf, visited th* for/ntr** uncle, Orviil* and fa/niiy Friday arid on y lux aunt. Mrs Kiniii* Hu»«(e Mr Klmi$ilnofer is "A >>on of John Kiin^ilhofer. also of California, wrio formerly lived in Fenton They isl-.o visiltd al the Frank M.-. ^d) li» -0 Itc-iiiiiai-J Bilmke I.OKII; Sunday ti A NICKEL DRINK WORTH A DMtK high yjt.n birthday Five ) piu^ed !»t li.e table!, '• on h: r ;!i un-l Myrtle and Auau.,l Vaudt, Jr. i-av. i t-n<;e (.iadc, low. A YOU SAY: "Coolerator toundt good. Big ... air conditioned . . . $10O less to buy than many refrigerators of the same size. But I want to be sure it's the refrigerator for me." WE SAY: "Try it in your home for 10 DAYS FREE. See how much fresher foods keep, how one filling of ice ordinarily lasts from four to seven days, how easy it is to have ice cubes, crystal clear and taste free in five minutes. Then decide if this big, modern air conditioned refrigerator that costs as much as $MX> less isn't exactly die refrigerator for you." Cooleratc Already more than 35O.OOO American families have swung to Coolerator, the air conditioned refrigerator. They have proved to themselves that air circulated through Cool- erator's patented air conditioning chamber is wMbed, humidified and cooled to keep foods fiesher and avoid rapid drying out. Yet this amazing refrigerator costs only a third to one-half of what you'd expect to pay. Call or pfcone for your copy of a startling new booklet, " TMr BJgg** MM*." MPRICIRATOt "1469 Worn** TKI Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory A • f*i«"kkj A IfklKJ A lunch was aerved by Mrs Behnke j ut the tioatt of Uit evening. j ALGONA, IOWA CALL OR PHONE FOR 1O DAY FREE TRIAL

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free