The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1930 · Page 10
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ff-jr- •' The ttpper Pea Moinea-JteptMcftft} Augttflfe 13, Iflflft Burtis Buys Lot . Near Legion Hall. V i * Lf J " '* A. D. Burtis, lasttjpyef for Afnrtrttt & Company, reosnly pufchafeed the Doctor Keneflck 164 Ideated between the" Ijegioh hall and tfte express office. Sffr. Burtls is undecided What he Will do with it as yet. Whittemore Current to be Changed. Whittemore, August 6. Special: At a meeting -of the city council Monday an agreement was entered into with the Fairbanks-Morse Company to change the local direct current power plant to an alternating current one. Hormels Win Over Standard K. B. Team. One of the best kitten ball games of the season was played Monday night at the Athletic Park between the Standard Oil team and the Hormel team. The score was 3 to 1 in favor of the Hormels. The winners got off to a bad start at the first of the season, but they came back and after winning the game Monday are at the head of the league, displacing the Standard Oil team. Thete has been miicJMrtv&iy between these two teams And Mortday flight was the climax, fete? WaWfbit pitched fine Ball for the winners ftM deserves much tiretiit.' It is t eported that the boys on the Hofcmel tealtt wofi a free trip to Austin, Minnesota; for a banquet, which will b§ given by the Hdfmel company as a reward for winning the game. Local people have taken much interest in the kitten ball gaWes this year and every night there IS a game quite a large crowd gathers to cheer for their favorite team* ' Mr«, Cora Miller to HumboldL Republican: Mrs, Cora Miller of Algona, and Sioux City, came to Humboldt recently to operate the Heflln beauty parlor in the Heflin barber shop. Mrs. Miller is an experienced operator, having been in shops in both Algona and Sioux City for some time. Algona Markets. Corn, Yellow, .82, white $ -84 Oats 30 Bartey > •«> Hogs 8J50 Eggs 14-52 Kins 12-16 Roosters 14-.18 Closes Many Things II This— grin&in $e lauidjy. 'Why let our lovj^pVjffr wear her -life away'in tbj|j, <Jrudg- LAUNRY /'Phone 267 si&^ Goes to New Yoi-k As Sttpt. of School. Good Hope, August 5. Special: Lyle Morris left last Friday morning for Northport, Long Island, New York, to take up his work as superintendent of schools. Mr. Morris is to be congratulated on attaining this 'position as New York teachers are treated with rather unusual consideration Not only are the salaries unusually generous but the state has a pension for its teachers which gives them a fine competence on retirement. It is to the everlasting shame of Iowa that after sapping their teachers of strength and ability through a life time of service we turn them out when their teaching days are over with no provision for their declining years. He went by way of Iowa City where he was to hire an athletic coach who would accompany him on his journey. Mrs. Morris Will remain to help care for her mother, Mrs, Charles L. Dlttmer, until about the first of September when she will join her husband. Dr. Hartman and Family Are Here. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hartman and son, Bob, of Janesville, Wisconsin, arrived in Algona Monday evening for a week's visit with old Algona friends. Joyce, their daughter, has been here for several weeks and "Dick" has a job and could not come. Dr. and Mrs. Hartman are very popular here and their old friends are delighted to see them. Knew Firemen Who Were Killed. Whittemore, August 5. Special: Carl Hanson of'the Zumach shop had more than a passing interest in the accident at Hoistein, his home town, in which the four firemen lost their lives on Friday night, when the . truck turned over while, they were going to a fire. Two of the victims were friends of Mr. Hanson .and; the wife of one of these men was a jfrlend of Mrs. Hanson. The funerals of the four men were held in a public hall 'in Hoistein Sunday afternoon, but the Hatispns were unable to attend. • .- .':;Ji,..f . Bancroft Man Loses •'..'."!. .^Bin&er by Fire. •Frank .Butterfield^Baricroft farmer, lost his binder by nie last Friday,.He returned from dinner and found all the woodwork and canvass burned and about 200 bushels of oats burned also. It is not known how the fire started. Seneca Farmers . Bale Straw. Seneca, August 5. Special: A rather unusual sight for Senecans to watch is the baling of straw on the Jacobson Brothers' farm two miles west of Seneca. Very' little If any' straw is ever .baled in this part of the country,but as'the Jacobsons have.no live stock to feed'it to, it is more profitable ' \B Jt and« J; BeU^itJharl B lQ ! ^eap jJ it J LOCAL NEWS. M. J. Wolfe and Frant Mulligan of Bancroft Were in Aigans on business .today. ' •' ' W. H. Brandow Was over from Chapin today looking after Htt farm southwest of the'elty. Dick Schmitz ahd Burl Hatch of Storm Lake were guests Sunday at the- S. T. McMahott home. Marion Todd came Thursday tor a visit at the George HtflUbeiuer Home as as guest of Miss Lorraine 1'lerney. Mrs. Hans Borensett came home on Monday from Chicago where she had been visiting for the past two wee!:s. Ed. Holecek plans to go to Des Moines Friday to attend a pre*showing of the Victor line of radios and Victrolas foi 1030-31 for the dealers. Miss Wilma Siepman went to Cedar Rnpids Sunday and will go from there to Iowa City and other points where she will visit friends and relatives. Miss Helen Meredith of Milwaukee visited from Friday until Tuesday evening at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. arid Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth. » Mrs. Joe Greenberg came home on Thursday from Rochester where she had accompanied a friend from Blue Earth who went through the clinic. Blythe Conn of Burlington came on Thursday for a visit at the T. P. Harrington home. He is a Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity brother of Robert Harrington. The Dr, A. H. Bishop family of Dunnell, Minnesota, and A. L. Fryo family of Chllllcothe, Illinois, spent Thursday and Friday at the D. J. Habeger home. Miss Bernlce Stock is home from Lacrosse, Wisconsin, where she .spent eight weeks taking summer school work in physical education at the LaCrosse Normal school, Mss Maude Schenck and her mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis are in Algona this week visiting friends and relatives. They will be in Algona until Saturday. Miss Helen Dingley came from Chicago Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' F. W. Dingley. Miss Dingley is employed in a bank in Evanston. Mrs. Edythe t. Dailfey returned on Tuesday'from Des Moines, where ehe had attended.'.'the convention: of the Iowa Hairdressers and Cohsntetologi&ts Association of which she is a.member. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler of Fairmont and Mrs. Fred Wehler and granddaughter, Peggy Jane of Algona spent Sunday at Pocahontas visiting Mrs. Wehler's mother and other relative?. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Petty and three children of Sioux City were guests on Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. Mr. Petty is a brother of Mrs. L. V. Andrews, Dr. Andrew's mother. G. W. Stillman enjoyed a visit Monday from Neal Bi^a^ttprney from pcrning. The meniwejS5.|nends at the •University of Imjffitfy'Bf Wood of Omaha was also a- pest .at the Still- nian home the-first'etfn*"*"—"' .Mr. and Mrs .E/N; ID&Yjs retuimd to their home in Stoeater, Illinois, on New Drainage District Established. The board of supervisors met this week at the court house. They estabi- lished a new drainage district, No. 178. which is in Riverdale township. Jimmie Neville wants to buy a first class range for a small amount of rush. He wants to buy the rani'-J on the same plan as he sells shoos. ¥ daugJ^fSSH FT R^andy at BrW* Miss ftjarion Strpbinan'of Mankato visited Jwt week at the home,of Mrs. LeonorePeek. Marion'U a daughter of the late-JCJoyd strohman, who' ran a garage here a,few years ago in tho tuilding'"'now occupied by the Algona Motoi Sales. L. A. Boettcher, well known Burt stock buyer, was in Algona this morn- Uig on business, and while here lost,a truck tire somewhere between Steeie s store and the Northwestern depot. He And no wonder! Think of having the coal-man back up to yonr dour—deliver a supply of coal—and politely say, N<> That's the pleasant experience of the lloah'oln Free Coal club members. Thai's why so many are ,joimn<>;. A $2.00 deposit i-'in'olls you. After that you pav only $2. 00 a wet'k until \\M! install your genuine "Heal rola and deliver your ton of Free Coal, f One-half ion if you choose a Heatrola Junior.) Then you may begin paying' the, bal- ance on our coiryenient monthly payment plan. On the'first chilly Fall day, with your Jleatrola ready to circulate healthful whole- Jiou.se warmth, you can laugh in the face of old Jack Frost. Hul, remember, this offer is limited. After August 30th, no more Free Coal, ibis year. 80 stop in, .soon; or tele- • • •(• -ind invite us '•> call at your homo. INTEMSl-FIKE AIR DUCT —the wonderful heat-maker and fuel-saver, found only in the genuine Estate Heatrola. HEATROLA—MODEL 0-D Outside a cabinet of striking beauty, enameled in dark walnut. Inside Heatrola efficiency brought to an even higher der gree. One of the three models from which you may choose. Kohlhaas Hardware THE GENUINE ESTATE HEATROLA There is only One Heatrola—Estate Builds it. Final Cut in Dresses Thursday, Friday and Saturday AUGUST 7, 8 and 9 ' '* '' ' '• ' " * £fl* *' ' There are still two months or hot weather ahead—anct then 'tjnany Hall days when a l%ht waihatle dress is not out of place. We have about 200 dresses We want to clean up quickly and we are going to cut the prices to the point 'where folks can't afford to pass up these bargains. You know the fine qualit}' dresses we sell—no need to go into that. Now you may buy these attractive spring and summer dresses at three prices—sizes 14 to 44 $9.95 THE BIGGEST DRESS VALUES OF THE SEASON is advertising for the lost tire in our want column today. Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt drove her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Walters sister^Mrs. Ellen Rogers and soft,- uSn-.; ior,ito>Des Moines a week or So?ago; Ther'hlul been visitingihere for about lour weeks. Mrs. Sorstedt-'retunjed ''to Algeria Jast Monday.,, Miss. Elsie Specht is' expece., today tJThureday f rqm^Buffi ion, one Herrick' refrigerator,' large tee. Also other, articles; These will' e on sale until August 9.—Mrs. Sadie Schenck, 401 B^Lucaa 'St.,"telephone 75, call between*,three and, five p. m. .-•-> » /«• , ' r ' v«« f * k in : Mirine'a ^arry Larson oif and Miss Specht are f -'' apendlng Mr.','aijd City. 'Mrs. sisters. : .Mrs. Aubrey Bonham came Thursday to Join her' husband after visiting -fctf a few days .^tti^lils parents at Earlville. Mr. Bonham drove to Fortf Do(Jg9 to get her. •They will have light housekeeping rooms at the Mrs. E.-C. Dickinson home this 'fall, and Mr. Bonham will aga}n be athletic coach in the schools here. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Maxine, came home Sunday from an outing which was spent at Goshen, Indiana, and points in Wisconsin and Michigan. Mrs. Brundage and daughter had been' visiting the former's sister at Goshen.for several weeks. Mr. Brundage is manager of the shoe department at the Christensen Bros, store. ,:• Mrs. c. O. Simpson"; jvnss Delia Darling and the latter's sister, Mrs. Mark Taylor of Fort Dodge came home Saturday from Lake Hattie, where they had been spending two weeks'" at the Simpson cottage.' Miss Darling went on to Fort Dodge with her sister, and planned to go from there to Des Moines o visit another sister. She is expected home today. ' Mrs. Leonore Feck and daughter, Mrs. Frank Hanson and two daughters ;;-c spending this week at Lake Okoboji at a cottage, Mr, Hanson and Jojin Blliikman took them to Okoboji Bun* day. They will have as their; guests Aliss Ann Zittrltsch of Algopa and tiaisy Strohman of Mankatp, <who Js a :ister of Marlon Strohmaq; ,whq visited ast week at the Peck home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and the former's father, A. C. Becker, spent Sunday at Galva and Hoistein- with a Drother and cousin of Mrs. Becker, At Hoistein funerals for three of the men who were killed in the flre truck ao' cldent there last week, were held Sun day. Four mn were killd and a, fifth was injured, but is recovering. The Beckers were accompanied .home by Miss Theresa Scbimtoweki, a, cousin ol Henry and W. J. Becker, who is a nurse in Sioux City, She will spend about a week in Algona. iMjss Bridget Giaffnea, who spent the week end here witji frlends r %eut to Callendar Monday evening for. a visit with Miss Mabel Thelln. Both girls are nurses at the Kossuth hospital. Miss Gaftney Js recovering from an appendix operation, and Mi«S TUeJ- in is taking her vacation. Miss (ja ney will return to Algona Thursday for a short visit before going to he; home in Rockwell where she will re- n.'Uin until about the middle nf t month when she will, assume her duties tU the Kossuth hospital. ownshlp. See Mrs. Agnes Ellison, 1115 K Linden St., Algona, Iowa. 8* Wants, For Bale, Etc, The best groceries and prices are tight at the "Dopendon" ctore. OftV 'a, 290 or 281. / i LOST—32x6 truck tire between the steeie clothing store and M. W. depo Wednesday morning.—L. A. Bpetcchev Burt, Iowa- FOR 8ALSr-or will trade ope bottom plow tractor for cQW6,-*-H,o.ward Witham, 4M. miles west of AigWR on paving. FOR SALE—Shubert pteno. 57U-J. —Etta Richardson, rOR SALS—At reasonable «rlpc one Perfection range in " FOR RENT—Furnished room. One >!ock from Central^ school ground, ^hone 304-w.!-., , 8 >' and .'ojiain,- No. 440005, Finder leave at this office. BewardTS 'The best groceries and prices are right at the "Dependon" store. Oill Akre's, 290 or 291. 8 FOR RENT—Farm, 160 'acres, gppd '- and well tiled in Seneca LOST-rBrown leather bill fold con- alnmg receipts and money. Liberc.1 reward for return intact. Return to his office. ,3* FOR, SALE—Small modern house, easy terms. .Phone 645-J. •". ,. 3-12 WANTED—Laundry work and v; iron- ng. Call 323-W.—Mrs. Sadie 'Cavanaugh. ;*' 7-8* WANTED TO RENT—A piano for an evangelistic campaign. August 10th ,o 31st, Address H. Nell Malen, Lu- iTerne, Iowa. . • ..•••. '.'-.''.•'-.• 6-tf FOR SALE—Phonograph with 30 records, $25, cost $150.00. Great snap. Call 230, ' , 8 "Algona's Wife Saving Station."-Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. -, , .50-tf FARM LOANS & l City residence* ajjw fiirms for sale. your properfS wilhi'us. '#?'• IMTOBTACII BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. Hobarton Store * - l »,!•<•,» t ,' News We can'help you to salt down your dollars if you come ,to us to buy Groceries and Meats Fresh- Fruits and Vegetables. Flour and Canned Goods. Fresh and Smoked Meats. YES, CALL 1F11. Your order for threshers we deliver on sh,prt. notice. ';. Men's Hats, Caps, Shirts, Sox, and' . •. Hay Forks, Scoops, Barn Rope. H Buy* here and save. Service That Satisfies. •; '• •• - PHONE 1F11. : FARMERS' GENERAL; STORE R; o! BJtT^TROM, Prop;: Hobarton, Iowa. Where Business is Appreciated. !; General Tires 4.5Q-20—4.50-21—4,75-19 6-ply heavy A duty Qeneral -*..-** heavy (General ^,_ Other'sizes low i» price praportioriatsly, Genera! Truck Tires You can now buy General Truck Tires almost as cheap as the other makes of tires. . M CQ 32x6 heavy duty 10-ply General „„„„„, av,uv We also carry Mason and Kelly Tires. PLATE GLASS Your broken pty dopy or windshield gi ftS8 replaced while you ~~' - ! 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