The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1931 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, January 21, 1931 Hans M. Jensen of Penton was an .Algona visitor Saturday. Julius Kunz of Wesley was in the city on business Friday. Frank Nelson of Rintjsted was in Algona on business Friday. Wilfred Carlson was down from Swea City on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Geerdes of La- ikota were Algona shoppers Saturday. M. K. Cullen of Whittemore was a business visitor in Algona last Thursday. Constable Jake Keller of Bancroft was in Algona on official business on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Gutknecht of •Spencer visited with Algona friends on •Saturday. Robert Hmilton and Mr. Farrow of Lakota were transacting business in Algona Friday. Charles Hansen Of Bancroft was in Algona Monday and paid this office a pleasant call. C. O. Peterson and Jake Ellman of Swea City were calling on Algona friends Saturday. County Attorney G. D. Shumway was a business visitor In Humb.old't dn 'Tuesday of this week. P. P. Zerfass was under the weather Monday with a severe cold and was '•confined to his home. G. A. Malone of Duncombe, Iowa, a •former Plum .Creek farmer, visited at the H. Bacon home last Friday. Nick Goeders of Emmetsburg spent several days last week visiting his son, Tony, and other Algona relatives. Mrs. E. C. Potter is assessing this week. H. C. Fredericks reports a daughter born a week aero last Sunday to Mrs. Fredericks, who is at Iowa Falls. Miss Philomena Qulnn went to Iowa Falls Thursday where she will be engaged at her profession as a nurse. Mrs. John Laing and son, Ferm, returned last week from a visit with relatives at Chicago and Belvldere, Illinois. Mrs. Stella Sabin and the Misses Pauline Meyers and Mary Blaha of Algona were guests Sunday at the Harry Sabln home. Miss Betty Backus was obliged to be off duty "at ithe post office window Friday because of a minor operation on her hand. Ted Harr drove to Rochester Friday to visit a brother who lives in South Dakota and who recently underwent an operation.. Fred Genrlch of Ltne Rock was in Algona Monday on business regarding rural letter carriers' convention to be held here February 23. R. A. Behnke, prominent farmer of the Whittemore neighborhood, was a business visitor in Algona Thursday and paid this office a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beguhn spent Monday In Des Molnes where the men attended a Firestone Tire meeting. Mrs. F. H. Skilllng of Algona has been at the home of herf daughter, Mrs. Robert Spurgeon since a week ago Saturday caring for a new grandson. v CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA WED. & TIIUKS., JAN. 21-22. Lew Cody Irene Delroy James Hall "DIVORCE AMONG FRIENDS" What takes place between midnight and the time the morning edition of the city paper goes to press. FRI. & SAT., JAN. 23-24. Pun In a beauty parlor. After "Caught Short" and "Min and Bill" we have Marie with us again. It's a big laugh. Special matinee Friday 2:30 to make It possible for all to see this wonderful fun show. ; 'Talk about your Hollywood diet! Here it Is—just a thousand laughs, one after the other! "Girls, If you're fat it makes you thin—if you're thin, it makes you shapely. "It reduces the blues, and gives you what we believe to be our funniest talkie. You must come over. Marie—Polly. Two Matinees Saturday 1:30 & 3:30 Extra added attraction Saturday matinees Bin Tin Tin in dog serial "THE LONE DEFENDER" SUNDAY, JANUARY 25. A real thrill! Showing in New York City for $2.00 per seat. Capacity audiences for past three weeks. Grace Moore Lawrence Tibbetts in Watch the ,N€W MOON with LEW AYRES Star of "Common Clay" A thrill - loaded drama of gangland where men have hard faces . . . and fine funerals! WED. & THURS., JAN. 28-29 Hilarious expose of post war maneuvers. ''WARNER 6MS,pmaif- t A SOLDIERS PLAYTHING A new war comedy with a new angle! See this hilarious expose of what went on behind the lines t MON. & TUBS.; JAN. 2G-27. Tuesday matinee at two-thirty. A three star picture. Leon • Janney, the wonderful kid actor included In the cast. This picture comes at a time when the entire nation is fixed on gangland. $3,000,000 yearly bonus for beer racket boys. Racketeering evils bared. You all understand what you read in the dally papers after you see "Doorway to Hell." The famous author whose works have been eagerly read by millions, now turns her gifted talents to the creation of a new type of war comedy. It's as snappy as a shavetail on parade—as funny as a buck dodging kitchen police. It deals with the post war manuevers of the boys in Kahki and explains in brisk dialogue and side-splitting action why Sherman was wrong. The big gun comedy of 1931. With screams, laughs and roars. News Reviews Comedy Always a two hour show. R. S. Blossom was a Cherokee visitor Tuesday of this week. The Rebekah circle met with Mrs. M. J. Jones Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sid J. Backus drove to Des Moines Tuesday on business. Mrs. Cora Miller is visiting relatives and friends in Mitchell, South Dakota, Henry Behnke of the Council Oak store spent Sunday with his parents at Whittemore. The Quick Lunch located on South Dodge street, is now serving chop suey at all hours. Miss Vera Harter, one of the nurses at the Kossuth hospital has been on a case at Burt. M. P. Haggard was called to Cedar Rapids Monday on business matters. He Is expected home today. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Egland. have moved Into the Frank Vera residence on South Thorlngton street. Miss Maude Sellchnow left Monday for Downs, Kansas, for a visit of ten days with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller returned Friday from Des Moines where they had been since Wednesday on business. Edward Butler of the Neville store was confined to his home a few days last week with an Infection on his heel. Miss Mary Strelt spent Sunday at Ashton visiting her sister. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen of Whittemore. . . . , night for The Henry I.lchter family was quar- | parents. „. , „ tl antined for scarlet fever early last j ca clothing "store" In! week. One of the younger children. ' • Anthony, has ths tii.swse In a mild Mis. T. B. Shovb. nifp of the proprietor of the Quick Lunch, was recuperating: from Iironchitis last wck. She was at the Stebbins hospital in Algona. Mrs. W. H. Freeman and Miss Louln went on Sunday, January 18, to the Iowa sanitarium and hospital at Nevada, Iowa, for a much needed rest and treatments. Mr. and Mrs. J. p Thilges and their daughter, Mary of Alcrona and Miss Kathryn Thilges of LeMars, spent Friday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges. Mrs. Ben Habegar and children, Marian, Edward, Herman and Ernest of West Bend were Algona visitors Fri- aay. Mrs. Habegar and Marian paid this office a pleasant call. Mr and Mrs. Jake Hauptley and family of Wesley, were entertained at Sunday dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen. Mrs Koppen is their daughter. After spending a few days with Mr and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Miss Kathryn Thilges will visit the rest of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thilges and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thilges. Miss Kathryn Thilges of'LcMars, is visiting with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. J P. Thilgus of Algona. Miss Thilfres will return to her home in about two weeks after visiting other relatives and friends. drnv f Rnd EllBene ec drove up from Des Moines Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderlan are the parents of a fine baby boy who arrived last week Thursday. The Guderians have one other child, a daughter. Ralph Lamuth spent the wec-k end in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Ralph, Is manager for Swift & Company in Faribault, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller returned home the first of last week after four weeks visiting relatives and friends at Detroit, Pontlac, Saglnaw and Flint, Michigan. Attorney E. J. Van Ness and son, John, drove to Iowa City Tuesday, where they were to consult doctors in regard to "Van's" health which has not been of the best. M. J. Pool went to Minneapolis Monday to attend the Northwest Lumbermen's convention which will last until Friday. The convention is usually attended by about 3500 lumbermen, Rev. W. H. Lease will assist Rev. C. H. Moore with the evangelistic meetings which are being held at Wesley in the M. E. church. The meetings started last night and will continue for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lichteig of Sexton are the parents of a baby boy who arrived last week at the Algona hospital. The Licht.eigs have two other children, both girls. Mrs. Lichteig was Rose McMahon before her marriage.. Frank Thornton of Irvington, who was injured In an auto accident about ten days ago, is a patient at Iowa City where the injury to his eye Is being cared for. It was reported here that Mr. Thornton was to have the Injured eyeball removed to save the other- eye.. Miss Mabel .Thelln, one of the nurses at the Kossuth hospital has resigned. She went to Fort Dodge the first of the week where she will be with her family for a short time. Her approaching marriage to Lawrence Olson of Whittemore has been announced recently. James Stacy, Algona man who has been running the Otto Neuman lunch room at Wesley for some time, has taken over the management of the Edgewater Beach Champlin auto service station on the north shore at Clear Lake, and he and his wife have located there. Mr. and Mrs. William Paylor, who have been living in Burt due to the scarcity of house in Algona, have moved to Esthcrville. They visited at the Hugh Post home Thursday. Mr. Paylor is an engineer with the paving company which has been located here the past year or two. Moines He re re ~ turned Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. E. R. Morrison attend- monfi 16 . ~ farm burea u federation meeting in Des Mcines from Tuesday to Saturday of last week. Thev were accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Warburton Johnson of Lan Kuhn, genial proprietor of the £01 thwestern hotel, has been ,nder the weather for a long tune with a verv had cough. He has b£E cVnfin- Mr "W^ ' Slnce the holidays. Mr. Kuhns many friends hope soon to see h;m out and around. The second of a series of parties VW " M -" by St. Cecelia's Guild of the hurch will be held Thursday L7~C,T , , the K. of C. hall starting at eight o clock. There will be cards and dancing The third party will be held at the K. of C. hall Friday, January Mrs. J. F. Biggins and little daughter Mary Catherine Cain, of Fon, Dodge, spent the first of the week with Mary Catherine's father, Marvin Cain in Algona. Mrs. Biggins remained to attend the funeral of Chas. Lathron Mrs. Biggins' brother is Joseph Mesuey brother-in-law of Mrs. Lathrop. Four marriage licenses were issued in the county clerk's office this week They were to: Victor; Paulson and Hazel Strong, both of Blue Earth Minnesota; Walter Bierstedt and Martha Ruhnke, both of \Vhittemore" Evert Kelly of Swea City and Bertha Vigdal of Armstrong; Arthur Sprank and Loretta O'Donnell, both of Lone Rock. Dr. R. A. Evans is now able to be about again after the automobile accident in which he was hurt a day or two after Christmas. He has been able to be at the office since Monday. : UxsJ/Vf. H. Weiler and son, John of ±teIfiD"S(jK~vIsited Saturday and Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley. Tills was their first visit to Algona since the Mawdsleys moved into their new home. Deputy County Recorder Mrs. Helen Dickinson received word last week of the arrival of a son at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. H. Frederickson at Great Falls, Montana, Friday, January 16. The baby has been named Dick Hartman. Hartman is a family name in the Frederickson family. Mrs. Frederickson was before her marriage Miss Helen Dickinson. Mrs. Dickinson now has two grandchildren. Her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Whitney at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, has a daughter. Beware the Demonstration Another fling that Is likely to cost you n good di.'nl Is a free demonstration.—Wito Sliile Journiil. Sorghum AKRE Smart well-dressed men are wGarincjrtri.G<SG B ULO vA. The most accurate and dependable timepiece in the world— Bulova—is on the wrists of men who are leaders in their respective walks of life. To these men accuracy is of prime importance —for correct time they unhesitatingly choose Bulova. Take your first step into their ranks by placing on your wrist-A BULOVA WATCH. Prices $24-75 and up. LONEEAGLE-Hand»omcly engraved, ndlum aia' " ' ' ' luovcma PRESIDENT—Ensravcd dmt-titc caie. AGLE-Handsomdycneravcd, I'KliSUJtN l-tnsravcu au«-nte caie, lial, 13 jewel Bulovl $-7n50 curvedtofitv.Tiat.radiumdlal, $>Cf\00 int. flexible link band J ( 17 Jewel, fancy medi baiul .. JU ENVOY—15 Jewels, mdium hands $-1 A 15 and dial /-T Fred W. Wehler & Co. ^Vi.UW^ COMPLETE fff 7/773 4-Room Outfits of a Style and Quality Beyond Compare^Your Choice KITCHEN Porcelain top table, kitchen stool, 6x9 Congolemn rug. LIVING ROOM J)av(Mi]x»r( and side chair, end table, floor lamp, occasional table, davenport pillow and rug, size 9x1.2. DINING ROOM Six chairs, buffet, extension table, buffet mirror and rug. BED ROOM Bed, vanity dresser, chest, bed, spring and mattress, pair of pillows tind small rug. Ford Prices Are Reduced $5 to $45. The price of Ford car models was reduced from $5 to $45 on fifteen different models Inst Saturday according to announcements made by Edscl B. Ford, president of the Ford Motor Company. The reductions took effect Monday. This is another series of redactions that has been made on the car in the past several months. In the case of the coupe and sedan, representing the model of greatest output, the price reduction Is respectively $5 and $10 while the higher reductions are on the so-called de luxe models. The Kent Motor Company, local dealers for the Ford car here, are this week announcing the price reductions. Presbyterian Church. The morning hour of worship and study Invite your attention and that you enter and worship with us. Evening, Y. P. S. C. E. at six-thirty. Topic, "What My Denomination Means to the World." The young people will observe Young People's day by an appropriate service beginning at seven-thirty to which the public Is invited—J. L. Coleman, minister. Nazarene Church. Sunday School at 9:4 a. m., lesson title, "Jesus Tempted." Golden text, "In that He himself suffered being tempted, He is able to succour them that are tempted." (Hob. 2:18). Morning worship at eleven o'clock, text, I Chronicles "2:22, "he slew two llonllke men of Moab; also he went down and slew a lion In a pit on a snowy day." Evening evangelistic services at seven-thirty, with sermon by the pastor. Text, Ezekial 9:6, "but come not near any man upon whom is the mark; and begin at my sanctuary." We welcome you to our services.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. Jewelers & Optometrists. Episcopal Church. There will bo services in St. Thomas church Sunday evening, February 25th at seven-thirty. Tongue Checked "Tlicy cun Imigli n« me nil they want to for Lulu' tongue-tied," Buys old nnn Withers, "lint It's hetter'n l)pln' looso-toiifnii'd Illic some folks."—Farm mid l''in>sl,l(;. We pay $1.50 to $4.50 per pair for old smooth tires when traded in. on new G. & J.'s with center traction. Winter driving demands good tread for quick stopping on icy streets — Gamble stores. 32 'HONE t _ S Grocery AValnut meats, perlb _______ ___ Fig Bar Cookies OQ r 2 pounds _______ ^ OV Powdered Sugar, two pound pkgs. - 2lc best grades _. ----- fc«lv Super Suds, per pkg, Algona Markets. Corn ............................. 50 Oats ..... ...................... 24% Barley ............................ 35 Hogs ............................ 7.30 Eggs ............................ 09-18 Springs ......................... 15-.18 Hens ........................... 14-. 17 UNION NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and son. Donald, motored to Jackson, Minnesota, Saturday to visit relatives. Albert Gould has accepted a position as agent for the Central Petroleum Company. He sells lubricating oil and is already at work. ' Howard, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rutledge, returned to school on Monday after an absence of several days with tonsilitls and gland trouble. Charles Culbertson returned from the Kossuth hospital to his home here last Thursday following an appendicitis operation which he underwent a week ago. He is recovering rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and their daughter, Christina, motored to Britt last Friday where they visited at the Soren Didricksen home. On the return Journey they stopped off at the Frank Erdman home near Sexton, where they enjoyed the evening and helped Mrs. Erdman celebrate her' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe and their daughter, Elaine, drove down from Winnebago, Minnesota, last Thursday. They were accompanied by Fred and Cloye Zentner and tola Roe, all of Winnebago. They visited friends and relatives here Thursday, leaving Friday for LuVernc, where they visited at the Win. Zentner home, returning to Minnesota the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Relbhoff are the happy parents of a baby girl, weighing six and three-fourths pounds, which was born at the Kossuth hospital December 23rd. This Is their first child and has been named Luella Mae. Mrs. Reibhoff was formerly Mae Etherington and the event makes Wm. EUierlngton "grandpa" for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Relbhoff of Union are the other grandparents. Mrs. Relbhoff is still at the hospital. [uickLunch PLENTY TO EAT for 35c Good selection of meats. Give us a try—you'll come buck for more. Chop Sucy our specialty. Served at all times. Open Week Days 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. Saturdays later. Located one-half block south of the Iowa State Bank on Dodge Street Will Be Given Away , Jan. 24 at ilit 1 Ellis Hunclicy Grocery first door east of Goeders store. The clock will be given away following an all day .demons! ration by the Crescent Cracker and Macaroni Company. Be sure you attend this demonstration. Watch for our specials. Ellis Runchey Phone 237. Algona, Iowa. &yx®ixi%yw&iyi^^ Plymouth Rock Early June Peas The Best for 15c at AKRE'S ''csxawxymfm^^

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