The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1930 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 7, 1930
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The tTpper Des Moines-Republican, May 7,1930 WATCH for the Announcement of Our'Formal Opening We have moved to our new location south of the court house in the building formerly occupied by the Algona Motor Sales Company. We give an all night service and solicit your patronage. -. Local Homer Lawson of Wesley was In Algona Saturday on business. Banker Rachut of Tltonka transacted business In Algona Monday. J. J. Sherman of Bancroft was a business Visitor In Algona Monday. Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate of Brltt were over Thursday calling on frlend.s Mr. and Mrs. Dana Paitson were Port Dodge visitors Sunday, celebrating their birthdays. G. W. Stlllman Is driving a new Chevrolet purchased last week from he Kohlhaas Brothers garage. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGee and family pent Sunday with friends In Bancroft. The McOees formerly lived in Bancroft. Lawrence Koppen drove to Mason City Monday to consult doctors In re- ard to some trouble he has had with his throat. Anton Strelt returned home Sunday from a three weeks' stay In Ashton, Iowa. He was < Mrs. P. J. Michel. Paul Keneflck drove to Des Molnes Saturday for a visit with John "Jens- void, an old Orlnnell classmate of his. He returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. Ralph Horlgan and Mrs. Joe Bloom drove to Minneapolis In the Poster car Sunday. They came home Tuesday. He was visiting his daughter! Henry Roba of Lakota was a visitor In Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster spent Sunday In West Bend. W. A. White Is Installing a large Ice- less refrigerator this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post were visitors to Mason City Tuesday. Ed. Holecek was In Mason City Monday looking after business matters. L. R. Roderick, the Lone Rock auto man, transacted business in Algona yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool spent Sunday at Sherburn, Minnesota, visiting with friends. Mrs. James Philips and son visited at the Wlllaim Palmer home at Sheldon Sunday. Jesse Dyer, Wm. Dau, Fred Schallln, and Joe Harig spent Sunday fishing at Medium Lake. Miss Mabel Thelin, one of the nurses at the Kossuth hospital, had her tonsils removed Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stebrltz are the parents of a ten and a half pound girl whcih was born Monday. T T 1 /•v--'.^ • r* -• •'••'•• : .-t-^ Used Car Special Coupon During our Clean-up period from May 2 to 16, inclusive, we will not have time to solict car prospects' patronage, therefore we are offering a spe- .cial attraction in -order to clear out our stock of used cars. To anyone buying a good used car you may use the attached coupon which will be good for $10 on the purchase price. All of our used cars remain at the same low price we have been quoting. Now is the time to get a used, car and save $10 on the purchase price. Only nine more days to take advantage of this special offer. PEEK— $10 COUPON— PBEE . \ A '',/ S . This coupon is good for $10 on the purchase price of any used car, if Presented Before May 3ffl3$Q??*(toftitF^^ " ; ' . ELBEBT GARAGE, Algona. Cut; this 'Coupon out. Irma Oreiner Is now employed part time -as a stenographer in the R. S Blossom Insurance offices. She Is also employed at the Oodden Monument Works. Mr. and Mrs^W. B. Nugent and two Children, returned .to their home In Ohioagpi Saturday after a week's visit at the ,Dlngley..and Nugent homes In Algona. Florence Nelson spent the week end in Ames visiting friends. While there she attended the military ball, one of the annual events at the Iowa State College.. Theodore Elbert of Whittemore Is a new salesman at the Algon,a Auto Market. He and Mrs. Elbert plan to move to Algona. as soon as they can flnd a suitable house. Miss Grace Kouba Is back on the Job In the Sullivan, MicMahon & Llnnan law offices after a three weeks' vacation. She had her tonsils removed during the vacation. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mrs. E. O. Dickinson drove to Mason City on Sunday and visited Mrs. L. D Dickinson, the mother of Congressman L. J. Dickinson, and the A. J. Van Ness family. Joe Mlsbach went to Des Molnes on Sunday to attend a clothing convention. He arrived home Wednesday. W. J. O'Brien, the insurance man, assisted at the store during Mr. Mlsbach's absence. fitr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and Mrs. Susan Barry are to leave Friday for Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Barry n will return Saturday but Mrs. Susan Barry will stay for two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. O, B. Moore Smith,,, " - * **' Gall and See Us in Our New Location Elbert Garage Algona, Iowa. Dodge Bros, and Plymouth Cars, Sales & Service. Greasing Washing Repairing Tires Gasoline Oils Accessories WfJVWJWJWJWVW Mrs. Hattle Phillips is now employed at the Kirsch Laundry. The laundry now has eight persons In its employ. Mrs. G. D. Shumway returned home Sunday after a few days' visit at the home of her parents at Havelock,.Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. Arlo Adams went to Des Molnes Sunday. A dentist's convention is being held In the city the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Hawkins and son, Clifford, of Cedar Rapids visited last week Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hynds. County Recorder Laura Paine is planning to spend next Sunday, Mother's Day, with her daughter, Marie, who is a student at Iowa state College. Mrs. Mary Sorenson has purchased the former Mrs. "Maud Taylor residence on South Thorington street. This property Joins Mrs. Sorenson's home. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen and children spent Sunday at Spencer where they visited Mr. Christensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Nels Christensen. Russell, the nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kelley, had his ann fractured Monday while playing at school. The break was Just above his elbow. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Berry of Winnebago and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cunningham and daughter, Geraldine, of Amboy, Minnesota, were Algona visitors on Sunday. Miss Plaehn, one of the high school Instructors took her sociology class to Port Dodge Saturday where they visited and looked over the gypsum mines and mills. Rev. W, shall town Now on Display/ BmjuliiMiiimiiiiMijjimiuimii,,,,,,,,,,, *• • ••'"•''" » '. A. Frazler drbvo T Jto'jiarf Tuesday to attend >; state Congregational , church . which was being held there: and Wednesday. ' r Mn».1 • TT -- .—.».„ . va .«, v*KMvyt VT*V**>i *Vit*vJLVC0 They also went to Chicago Sunday and attended the major league U'basebal game there. They arrived home Monday. L, E. Llnnan drove to Muscatlne on Saturday to be present at the first mass of a fraternity brother who was recently ordained a priest. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan accompanied Mr. Linnan and visited at the D. P. Sullivan home In Muscatine. - t ..Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Matties, who have been living at Wellington, Kansas, are visiting with Algona relatives. Lyle has been with the J. C. Penney Co., for several years and is now changing location but does not know just where he will 'go. Lloyd Barton, a former Algona resident was In town Thursday on his way to California. The Barton family moved from Algona to Minneapolis a number of years ago. From Minneapolis New Silence! New Beauty! All nerve fatiguing noises are now eliminated from washdays. We offer you a modern electric washer that runs so smoothly.. .so quietly.. . you can hardly hear it run. It's an improvement women will instantly appreciate. ' New and Cheery Beauty, too, is offered in this improved Automatic Duo-Disc Washer. Its new tub of durable vitreous enamel, in rich, soft Duotone Sun Tan and its green lid and trimmings are winning the admiration of women. So easily kept clean and lustrous by wiping with a damp cloth. You get all of these modern improvements at an attractive price. They emphasize the value of this well known washer. They make still more desirable the famous Duo-Disc agitator which permits of washing a few pieces, or a tubful. ELECTRIC wWSHHR The Only Waihtr That "Wash Either W* Imtantly IitrtrtiMt O T H E DAY R'S Beautiful*"* Useful Gift /\ beautiful'new Meeker-mods handbag or .underarm—for her! The wonderful new line of these fine leather purtei prove! ideal in expressing to the greatest friend on earth your thought* of her on. Mother'* Day. Here you will find a complete display to make your selection an easy one. And these fine leather gifts will carry memories of Mother'* Day for years to come. The Meeker-made nationally advertised leather products express- Ing Purse Personality are now awaiting you. P U R S E P E R. S O N A L I T Y " A. H, Borchardt Lloyd went to Winnipeg, Canada, which has been his home since. Bernard Green visited his mother, Mrs. George Wilson, over the week end. He has been a clerk in a hotel In Worthington, Minnesota, since last September, but left Monday for Logan, Utah, where he expects to have employment with a sugar beet concern. Miss Esther Ohm, who is the stenographer for the Murtagh Brothers and for the Erickson Hardware Company, went to Story City Saturday for a visit. She was one of the brldesmaids'a the wedding of a cousin while there Miss Ohm returned to Algona Mon day. DUO-DISC DOWN for • few piecu <.,*. Remember ^alsoj that a 10-Yeafc *v nSiL 'J*. « ' j V •«, .•tWW&'r* if 1 i-iHn *!<* - . « ' j •«, .•tWW'r* if 1 i-iHn * signed, by, the manufacturer ~*Ss?T^s:*. Vkj-iWi-ii* *«!««. —— ———,7 • —g*«™ 'rM»*^»u*** i i*iii» • spend the summer here.' r ™*W&8^^ }r^?^^^^^^ v*&',« V *m*Wm. famous peat potato .farms or v 'nb]rthe"m |owa at his place ln_Portland township. , is advertising rome, of'his fine potatoes ; for seed and table uw!7 /T^ ' ' ' John McEnroe came home _ , ago from Canada, where he ha's'con- siderable property, which keeps him up there a good share of the time lately. He expects to return to Canada again soon. Mrs. M. P. Weaver went to Des Moines this morning for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel. She intended taking in the Veishea program at Iowa State College and is expected home Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Stebbins Is here on business matters and visiting relatives. She has been spending the winter at Good Thunder with her son, Clarence and family. she will go to Des Dr. and Mrs. A, D. Adams drove t< Des Moines Sunday to the state denta convention, which is held Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday. The doctor Intended to play in the dental golf tournament at the Wahkonda club Sundaj and Monday. This an annual affair They, expect to be home Thursday. H. W. Miller spent Sunday at Minnesota Lake with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Wm. Miller. He made the trip In his new Chevrolet coupe and was accompanied by Adrian Burmeister, manual training teacher, who visited his parents, who live near Minnesota Lake Mrs. Louise Thompson of Bupt was operated on Tuesday of last week at Rochester for gall stones, and is recovering nicely. Her sister, Mrs. J, R. Mawdsley is with her, but is expected home Saturday. Mrs. Thompson's son, Dr. R. D. Thompson, Burt dentist, took his mother and Mr* Mawdsley to Rochester about ten days ago, but did not stay. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lindsay are the proud grandparents of a baby born on Monday morning to their daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker of Paton, Iowa. The baby was born at the hospital in Port Dodge and has been named Richard Lindsay. This is the first child for the Bunkers. Mrs. Bunker was before her marriage, Ruth Lindsay. Mrs. Ellen McOowien of Bancroft was in Algona Saturday and made this office a pleasant call. Mrs. McCowien Is bothered, with fot trouble and does not get out much. She said that It had been nine years since she had been In Algona, and that it had been ten years In March since she had been uptown In Bancroft. She lives only a few blocks from the business district, but does tier shopping by telephone. . Moines and will be with her daughter, Mrs. Vera Walters for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel drove to Marshalltown Sunday for the district Rotary convention. They stayed until Tuesday. Al Palkenhalner drove down Sunday for the week end. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Tribon took a little auto trip a week ago and visited with their daughter,- Ruth, now . Mrs. Bleakley, In Milwaukee, stopping en- route to pay a short call on the Dr. Hartman family at Janesville, Wisconsin. They also visited with relatives at Independence and Waterloo. The Ambrose Call State Park shelter house was wired for electric lights last week by Bert Grinnell, The park is becoming more popular every day and many visitors from a distance are registered there in Increasing numbers, Paul Wllle, the custodian, is proving to be a splendid man for the care of the park. R. A. Wlnkler of .Sioux Palls was Ir Algona on business Tuesday. He is associated with Dr. Ray Laird, a former Algona boy in that city. He states that they have 1100 pair of silver foxes on five ranches In the vicnity of Sioux Palls. According to Mr. Wlnkler, Ray is one of the best known and best liked business men In Sioux Palls. H. B. Hallock was married again last week in Clarion to Mrs. Mary Boyer of that city. Mr, Hallock, whose first wife was a sister of the late George Paine, was for a number of years the editor of the Burt Monitor in th^ ilneties, afterwards owning and editing the Eagle Grove Gazette. He is now serving as treasurer of Wright county and lives at Clarion, Mrs. Mary M. Buse is expected here next week Wednesday for a short vis- t with her son, J. A. Freeh. Ohas. Arnold, half-brother of Mr. Freeh will drive to Cedar Falls after her and take ler to his home for a visit. Mrs. Buse has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Barger of Cedar '"alls the past year or so. She will e eighty-one years of age July 1. Marriage licenses for the past week rere issued to Bias Ortego f,nd Mary 'tamers, both of Elmore; Raymond mith of Lone Rock and Matla Hilton f Emmetsburg; Mtfes S. Reynolds and ternetta lone <3ates, both of Winne- ago. If you're planning a gift for the June Graduate we urge you to shop at our store first and inspect the many wonderful values. PEARLS A graduated strand of perfectly matched, colorful pearls with a clasp of solid gold set with a blue white diamond. WATCH OUTFIT Complete as shown. Watch and chain of solid-white gold engraved to match. 15-jewel guaranteed movement. The famous Elgin. WRIST WATCHES For boys and girls. We specialize in Elgin Watches and are showing the largest line ever seen in Algona. $15.00 to $40.00 for Elgins. $11.00 to $35.00 for other good makes. RINGS Sterling silver rings with various settings $1.00. White and yellow gold rings $2.00 and up. Beautiful necklaces at $7.00 and up. KNIVES AND CHAINS White and yellow gold $2.00 and up. MEMO BOOKS With and without locks. Graduation Cards—See Them. Lusby's Store FOR ELGINS > *® s ®8®3y&^^

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