The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 28, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, January 28, 1931 Sheriff Finds an Automobile Trailer Matt Kirsch is a well to do farmer living near Bode. He has a farm southeast of Algona where he raised a crop of corn. A family named Vessel live In a tent on this farm. One night last week they heard a disturbance near the corn crib and started to investigate. A car with a trail . er loaded with corn started out but the trailer broke loose from the car and;the car disappeared. Sheriff Hovey was notified and went and found the trailer and about twenty bushels of corn. He describes the trailer as a two wheel Ford chassis with a double box, made of old lumber, but the iron and bolts holding it together are new. .He will glady turn it over to the owner "if he will call at his office. Algona Markets. Corn .. Oats .. Barley Hogs .. Eggs .. Hens .. Springs .24 30 7.00 09-.18 14-.18 16-.19 Working Together for the Prosperity of Kossuth County This is a home hank. We are working for the good of our community, for the prosperity and«Leyclopm&it of this section, and for tile individual welfare of our friends and neighbors. We like to see money that is earned here spent here and circulated here to benefit local interests. Our strong financial condition and steady growth are due to local business and good words spoken for us by our customers. We in turn want to render you a safe, up-to-date and courteous banking service. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA. We invite your business CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA Koolcr Aire Healthful ventilation. All the air washed and preheated before it is placed in the theatre. WED. & THURS., JAN. 28-29 2:30 Thursday matinee prices lOc- 30c. Lotti Loder Harry Langdon Ben Lyon "A SOLDIER'S PLAYTHING" Hilarious expose of post war maneuvers. It's a big fun show. Also— Comedy and Review. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. Alice White "THE NAUGHTY FLIBTV Cutle of the Campus! More Sweethearts than a college has books. She'll take you on thrilling escapades—show you new ways of winning a man. Also— Varieties Review Comedy "THE ROYAL FAMILY OF BROADWAY" Edna Ferber's stage hit. Mad. Merry and Modern. Exposed! The private life of America's darling. One of the masterpieces of film production for 1931. MON. & TUBS. FEB. 2-3. Two-thirty matinee Tuesday. Bound to please both stage and screen audiences. She married the wrong man. "' SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 Two matinees 1:30 and 3:30. Rln Tin Tin serial "Lone Defendi er" matinees only as added attraction. Buck Jones Carraetita Geraghty 'MEN WITHOUT LAW' Screendom's daredevil cowboy will sweep you off your feet with thrilling feats of horsemanship. Gun totin' cowboys go on the warpath. Punch and action. Comedy Program. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 1-00 3-00 matinees bargain prices l6c-35c any seat. 5, 7, and 9 o'clock shows regular prices. Frederic March Ina Claire Henrietta Grossman Mary Brian In Walte? Tidgeon Alexander Gray Alice Day VIENNESE NIGHTS' It's a masterpiece. Held over for extended 'run at Iowa City. It will be a treat. Also — Well Balanced two hour program. WED. & THURS., FEB. 4-5. Matinee Thursday at 2:30, prices— 10c-30c. Greta Garbo Robert Montgomery Lewis Stone Marjorie Rambeau In a modern version of 'Sappho' with Greta as the French siren against a Paris background, in _ "INSPIRATION" One of the big entertainments of today. Coming MON., TUBS. & WED... FEBRUARY 9-10-11. Extra special matinees every day at 2:30 at lOc-SOc. Flo Ziegfeld brings his beauties and the Big 6:60 stage attraction to pictures, all technicolor. Better than "Gold Diggers" or your money back. Eddie Cantor "WHOOPEE" A. D. Brogan of Whittemore was over Friday on business. Mrs. Frank Ostrum spent Thursday with friends at Livermore. Tom Carmody of Whittemore was in Algona on business Friday. Homer Lawson of Wesley was a visitor in Algona Saturday. George Pettit of Lone Rock was a business visitor in Algona Monday. Herman Anderegg of West Bend was a business visitor In Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris of West Bend were visitors in Algona Saturday. Rev. Jerry Jansen of Chicago was a guest at the Clarence Bowman home Friday. Mrs. Henry Smith has gone to Lakota for a short visit at the John Smith home. Judge D. F. Coyle of Humboldt was a business visitor in Algona Monday of this week. M. K. Cullen and W. R. Walsh were over from Whittemore transacting business Saturday. C. E. Householder, well known Lone Rock man, was doing business in Algona last Monday. Frank Bestenlehner, one of Whltte- more's popular bankers, was a visitor In Algona Thursday. Elmer Sanford, the new clerk at the •C. D. James drug store, spent Sunday In Kanawha with his parents. Leo Thilges of the Bode neighbor;- ood, was an Algona visitor Saturday, and paid this office a pleasant call.,, Mrs. Charles Jergensen of Corwlth as the subject of a major operation erformed Friday at the Algona hos- ital. Cecil Hewitt of Livermore had his fingers badly cut and injured in a uzz saw' while helping to saw wood ast Friday. M. J. Pool came home Friday from Minneapolis where he had spent a few days attending the annual lumbermen's convention. Mrs. M. J. Landy and son, Stewart, and Mrs. S. Tanner of Minneapolis are visiting this week at the home of the adies' sister, Mrs. Al Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence of Cedar Rapids came Saturday for a few days' visit with the latter's par- ;nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Glngerich, who reside near Lakota, were visitors in Algona Thursday and Mr. Gingerlch made this office a pleasant visit. Mrs. August Slagle plans to return to her home today after being a pa;lent at the Kossuth hospital for abou* a week following a minor operation. Al Bloom came home Friday from Minneapolis where he had been since Tuesday on a business trip. He expects to go back to the cities the last of the week to do some spring buying for the Bloom store. Mrs. Fannie Wheeler has been ill since last week Tuesday. Miss Bessie Hopkins is now assisting Abstractor M. P. Weaver. L. M. Christensen was over from Estherville on business yesterday. T. J. Vincent underwent a minor operation on his nose Tuesday afternoon. Harley Troutman, an Iowa City student was home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Otto Nelson spent the week end in Fort Dodge as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mervln Calver. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klein of the St. Benedict neighborhood lost their new born infant last Monday. Gall Towne is obliged to get about with crutches having injured his knee while alighting from his car Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mann and Mrs. M. J. Mann all of Burt were Algona visitors this morning and paid this office a pleasant visit. M. P. Christiansen and Professor Rudnick of Iowa State College were in Ringsted • Monday on creamery business. Mr. and'Mrs. Victor Young and children of Rockwell City were the guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Young's sister, Mrs. Harry McCorkle. Miss Frances Duhlgg and Miss Alvene Miller, teachers In the high school, were ill a day or so last week and were unable to meet with their lasses. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas and Osar Polrot of Whittemore left Tues- ay night for Chicago wher they will spend about a week attending the uto show. Mr. and Mrs. Endre Osland and f am- ily of near Rake spent Saturday in Algona visiting Mr. Osland's sisters, Clara and Mabel Osland. Mr. Osland >ald this office a pleasant visit. Dean and JoAnn, small children of Mr. anS Mrs. Vic Lowe spent the week end at Burt with their aunt and grandmother, Mrs. Lilly Sheldon and Mrs. Rachael Lowe. Mrs. Will F. Walker returned home Monday after a ten day visit in Cedar flaplds with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger. She encountered a foot ol snow while in Cedar Rapids. ^^-^v^-OX,^^^ ANNUAL HO JURY 8 •, In a Year Like This g Hearts Are Trumps and especially St. Valentine's Day February 14tli We have these tokens of affection, high grade Va- .Ltine Hearts, Satin and Paper boxes, filledI wi h most delightful candies. Heart Boxes and Heart Candies in variety at the ALGONQUIN J. P. Behlraer, Prop. 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa. vvwvwvv The Engagement Ring You owe it to your lady, young man to pick the most Important gift in her life with the greatest care. You can't afford to take chances with THAT GIFT. Both of you want to be proud of it before your friends. So you want to see that it is flawless, of guaranteed worth, and in keeping with the sentiment behind it. Diamonds are so easily misjudged that they should only be purchased at places of known reputation and reliability. When you buy a diamond, you very likely patronize a firm which through many years in Algona has proved its reliability and resposibility. You know that the diamonds or other jewels this firm sells are always as represented. F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. Correct time please phone 240. Irving Applegate from one of the old pioneer families of LuVerne township, was doing business in Algona yesterday and paid his respects to the Upper Des Moines-Republican by a short call. J. W. Sullivan and L. E. Linnan attended the funeral of Attorney Thomas O'Connor at Emmetsburg last Frl day morning. Mr. O'Conner was, be fore his death, one of the oldest prac ticlng attorneys in northern Iowa. Glen McMurray left Saturday fo Akron, Ohio, where he will attend the Firestone tire, batterly and brake schools and visit the Firestone factory. He will be gone about three weeks. Each school lasts for several days. St. Cecelia's Guild of the Catholic church is sponsoring another card and dancing party Friday night, Januarv 30 at'the K. of O. hall starting at '*itbt p clock. They will have another wJ^jIiiuSaay." "February' 5, also. Everybody is invited to attend. Undertaker and Mrs. Staffer Gray and son of Gilmore City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowman of Algona were called to Lakota recently by the illness of the ladies' mother, Mrs. Bertha Jansen. Miss White, a nurse from Titonka, is caring for Mrs. Jansen. Mrs. Albin Spongberg came home the first of the week from Elkhorn, Wisconsin, where she had been helping (to care for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Vernon Spongberg, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Vernon is employed in a band factory at Elkhorn. Mrs. Ella Yorker is recovering from a major operation which was performed at the Madison General Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, last week. Mrs. Yorker, who makes her home with an aunt at Evansville, Wisconsin, formerly made her home in Algona for several years with her brother, F. A. Corey. Dr. Tribon has a letter from his wife, who is at the bedside of their daughter, Mrs. Bleakley, in Milwaukee, saying that Ruth has shown marked improvement and will probably be in such, condition as to allow Mrs. Tribon to come home in a week or so. For a time Ruth was critically ili with heart trouble and her parents were sent for. Dr. Tribon returned home some time ago, but Mrs. Tribon has been there for the past month or more. Mrs. Tribon will perhaps bring the Bleakley baby back with her. Amie Peugnet Is able to be about again after several days Illness with the flu. He and Birch Matson are remodeling the Galbraith building next to the Swift plant which will be occupied by Miss Lettie Matson who plans to open a store there in the next two or three weeks. She will handle a line of dry goods and women's ready to wear similar to that which she carried in the Galbraith store which was located in the building just east of the Goeders store until a few months ago. NEVER JUCH VALUE;?! Tliis onee-a-year hosiery event bids fair to surpass all our former sales in extensive assortments and most extraordinary values. Wise women will buy a goodly supply at this sensationally low price. A Gigantic Clearance Hundreds of Pairs Full Fashioned Sheer Chiffon and Service HOSE Silk to the Top Gordon V-Line Heels Formerly sold as high as $1.65 One Pair $119 By far the finest hose we have ever offered at this price. A sheer, cobwebby silk or service hose silk to top with Gordon V- line heels. You'll revel in these values and buy by the half-dozen. Three Pairs for $3 ALL SIZES The newest shades, including Gtmmetal, light gunmetal, caress, Fall tone, and Sportan and over so many others. /JiC/J •xxsiy&a®^^ Miss Lewnice Wiltse of Havre, Montana, is now employed at the C. S. Johnson store. Miss Wiltse came last Tuesday and is staying at the home of her cousin, Harvey Coleman. Clarence Phillips had the misfortune to break his thumb while attempting to crank a car recently. The injured member is in a splint, and will undqubtedly keep Clarence out of the boxing arena for a time. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer drove to Des Moines Sunday where the doctor attended an optical convention. They returned home Tuesday. They were acompanied by Mrs. M. J. Streit who was to spend a few days there visiting relatives. Mrs. Mary Stokes, mother of G. D. Stokes, suffered a slight stroke last week at her home on North Jones street. This week her condition is somewhat improved. Mrs. A. D. Stockwell has been caring for Mrs. Stokes for sometime and will remain with her. M. J. Streit, A. E. Anderson, E. Larson, Henry Pletch, W. P. Hemphill, James Elder of Hobarton and Fred Pooch of Plum Creek attended the Farmers Grain Dealers ' Association convention which is being held at Mason City Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Paul Lonergan, one of Bancroft's best men, was doing business in Algona yesterday and greeting his many friends. For a time Paul served as a deputy internal revenue man looking after federal income tax payers, and the Upper Des Moines-Republican is of the opinion that It will be a long time before they will find a better man for his shoes. Russell Maxwell of Algona and Mrs. Otto Kunz of Wesley recently purchased Skelgas stoves from R. O. Bjustrom. Mr. Bjustrom has sold twenty-six of the Skelgas stoves in the last few months. The stoves are the cities, and are fueled from con- the ctiies, and are fueled from containers of compressed gas which are located outside of the home. Flat irons, lights, refrigerators, water heaters, and various household aids may be operated by the use of the same fuel. Don't Buy Used Furniture Until you have seen our stock. We have a good assortment at prices that are reasonable. We do repairing and upholstering and repair sewing machines. Storage for Household Goods. We call for and deliver. The Furniture Shop Good Hope Children Good Hope, January 27. Special: A 1 few delightful moments were enjoyed at the close of the Sunday School on last Sunday when the members of the junior department were gathered in the main assembly room to receive the awards for attendance and other features of the quarter finished on December 31. In this group Jimmy Elmore, Florence Dodds, Dorothy Reid, Howard Sarchett, John M. Gardner, Ivan Gustafson, Mildred Elmore, Jas. Dodds, Letty Sarchett, Betty Sarchett, Bernice Dodds, Alden Reid, Leon Gardner, Dorothy Gustafson, Trella Gardner, Leo Elmore, Mary Crulkshank, Margaret Knoll, J. Madson and Albert Madson were present ten Sundays or more. Of these Mildred Elmore, Betty and Letty Sarchett and Leo Elmore were present the full thirteen Sundays of the quarter. Jimmy Elmore, Dorothy Reid, Bernice Dodds and Mildred Elmore received special awards for perfect score in memorizing scripture verses. Thirty-four were present in the junior" department last Sunday. Incidentally this department could use an organ to a very fine advantage. If any of the readers of this item have one which they would donate, loan, or sell at a reasonable price we will be delighted to hear from them. Call Algona phone 19-112 or Lone Rock 39-20 or write Good Hope Sunday School care of Superintendent A. M. Gustafson, rural route Burt or to the pastor of Good Hope church, R. F. D. Algona or Lone Rock. We will be pleased to have information in this matter. Algeria's New Episcopal Minister. Rev. F. A. Thorold Eller Is the new Episcopal minister here and at Emmetsburg, preaching at each place every Sunday, alternating the morning and evening service between the two places. Next Sunday morning Algona services will be held In the morning. Rev. Eller was born in Lincolnshire, England, the son, grandson and great- grandson of priests of the Church of England. He received his education in Durham University, England, and the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Seven years were spent as missionary in Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada. He came to the United States in 1914 and served for some time as assistant at the Cathedral, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Later he was appointed rural dean at Alliance, Nebraska, then six years in New England and from 1921 served served as a missionary in New Mexico and southwest Texas. Rev. Eller has a wife and four children, three daughters and a son. He will reside at Emmetsburg for the present. West of the Ford Garage Phone 399. Dr. Watson Sick at Home in Bode. Dr. E. L. Watson, 63, is reported very ill with diabetes at his home in Bode, where he has practiced medicine for the past twenty-five years. His sister, Mrs. Lida Cole, came from Chicago last week to be with him. Ed. Watson is a son of H. F. Watson, a well known pioneer merchant of Algona, and spent his boyhood days here. After leaving school he practiced medicine in Ohio for a time, later locating at Bode. Ho is married, but there are no children. Dr. Kenefick visited Dr. Watson within the past few days. Twin Babies Were Born at Wesley. Wesley, January 22nd. Special: Twin babies, a boy weighing eight pounds and a girl weighing seven pounds, were bom Saturday mom- ing to Mr. and Mrs. P. Erdmann. The little ones are receiving the admiration of the public and pass the best of inspection as they are two perfect babies. They are the first pair of twins to be born in Wesley in over thirteen years, the last pair being Lewlne and Louise Kunz, daughters of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz. Demure Spring Frocks 98c FOR THE LITTLE TOTS New, gay party dresses arc so lovely, so different and so very inexpensive. S* Johnson I WVWUWW^ Complete Line Tonics, Lotions and Creams in Retail sizes for home use. Bjelland Barber Shop Two Barbers Sawyer Bldg. Phone 260.

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