The Upper Des Moines-Republican, February 25, 1931 Algona May be on Star Route. A change In the time of the Milwaukee trains has in a way changed the mail service. Formerly the Milwaukee train from the east arrived In Algona about six a. m. This train received mail from the south at various points, including the Des Moines daily papers, with the change the Milwaukee Is too early to receive this mail and under these conditions It would be considerably delayed. Chief Clerk Mallory of the Chicago oClce, was in Algona last week and said it was probable that truck service will be • established between Nora Springs and Algona to deliver all mail not received by the Milwaukee train at Clear Lake and Mason City to all points as far west as Algona, leaving Nora Springs about four a. m. and arriving in Algona about seven-thirty a. m. In the afternoon, the carrier will leave Mason City about 12:30 p. m. and arrive in Algona about 3:40 p. m. with Mason City papers and perhaps other mail. This is because Train No. 3 on the Milwaukee that formerly arrived at 3:15 p. m. arrives now about noon, too early for the Mason City and other papers. Only newspapers, first class mall, special delivery, and special handling mail will be carried by the truck, which is expected to start in a few days. In the meantime the newspapers will truck their own papers to where a connection can be made or to Algona. Farm Sales Slack up This Week. Only one farm sale is listed this week. Herman Bunkofske is holding a sale on the farm two miles south of Burt on March 4. C. O. Riddle is the auctioneer. CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA A. Q. Smith of Lakota visited in Al- Roy Wadletgh of Sexton was over on gona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post drove to Des Moines on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Brundage entertained a few friends Sunday even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Calver of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with Algona relatives. Mrs. Hattie Burlingame of Algona is a medical patient at the Kossuth hospital. Wm. Durant went to Chicago Saturday evening with a consignment of cattle. Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. Elmer Phillips spent a day in Des Moines last week. "Tad" Laldley of Albert Lea, Minnesota, Is Visiting his sister, Mrs. How- s.rd Vinson and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz of Wesley, were Algona visitors on Tuesday. Mr. Goetz paid this office a pleasant visit. Mrs. Irving Urch was ill the past several days with a severe cold. She was confined to her bed a part of the time. John Vinson came over from Spencer the first of the week and visited at the home of his son, Howard and family. Mrs. James Stacy went to Clear Lake Sunday where she joined Mi 1 . Stacy, who has taken over the management of a filling station there. FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, FEB. 27-28. Change of Progam. Ann Harding Clive Brook Conrad Nagel in , "EAST LYNNE" One of the big pedals of 1931: A ptotiot Worthwhile in everjrway.Jga Harding is splendkHis Lady Isabel. Clive Brook as Captain Levlion. Conrad Nagel as Robert Carver. It's a real treat for Call Theatre pat- Always a two hour show. Special matinees 1:30 and 3:30 each day. SUNDAY, MARCH 1. 1 and 3 o'clock matinees 10c-35c. any seat. 5, 7 and 9 o'clock shows regular admission. Nancy Carroll Phillips Holmes . in "STOLEN HEAVEN" The screen's most glamorous dramatic star. In the most glamorous of her smashing trio of hits— "The Devil's Holiday," "Laughter, and, now, "Stolen Heaven." A girl to whom life is a too-heavy burden. A boy hunted to desperation. Seize the one way "out"— gamble their lives for one wild chance. Tasting Florida's riotous richness—sky-rocketing to happiness. Pursued by a fearful menace. You'll feel the thrill of it, too. Also)— News Comedy Cartoon Always a two-hour show. THURS. & FBI., MARCH j>-6. Matinees each day at two-thirty. Extra special school matinee Thursday at 4:15. Prices 10c-20c. Adults Oc. The great character actor Walter Huston The attorney and warden of "The Criminal Code" in the wonder picture of the season ABRAHAM LINCOLN' News Review Fable. SAT., MARCH 1. 1-30 and 3:30 matinees. Another big Saturday booking. Harold; Bell Wright's "EYES OF THE WORLD" MON., TUBS. & WED. MARCH 2-3-4. Howling tornado with jWUd Winnie Lightner, Joe E. Brown Funniest team in talkies in in "SIT TIGHT" They run a fake health resort in this one. Can you imagine Joe as a prize fighter and Winnie as a fake doctor, Doctor Winnie's tonic will tiicklB you. It's double measure comedy. Always a two-hour show. Mellow with sweet tenderness;. Mighty with the strength of virile drama. Read and loved by millions. Good and evil—love and hate at odds. Comedy and Variety. Extra Special Attraction Matinees only last episode of Rln Tin Tin serial. Opening of Tom Tyr ler serial "Phantom of the West" and advance trailer on "Rango." The best wild animal picture ever filmed. Better than "Grass," "Africa Speaks," or "Silent Enemy." Dft-lve tor fifty miles to see thlia picture and return when it is shown on Friday and Saturday, March 1314 next week. Two matinees each day. 2:30 Friday and 4:15 special school matinee. Prices, grades lOc, high school 20c, adults 30c. Jess Sonnergaard, foreman on the new school, recently purchased a new Oldsmoblle coupe from the Algona Motor Sales Company. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Leonard of Burt are rejoicing over the birth of a baby daughter, who arrived February 18. The Leonards have no other children. Betty Messenger, the nine year old sister of Ruth Messenger of the high school faculty, was operated on Monday for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Clara Sorensen and little daughter, Frances, are visiting in Arlington, South Dakota, with Mrs. Sorensen's mother, Mrs. Stacy and sister Mrs. Lyle Madsen. Robert Walker, son of Arch Walker oi Whittemore, Is a patient at the Kossuth hospital recovering from an operation for appendicitis which was performed February 18. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and Mr and Mrs. Sam Klassie of Renwick lef today for Des Moines, where they wil spend a day or two attending the autt show at the Coliseum. George Elbert, Ray Oliver and Ro Crapser of the Elbert Garage are ex pected home tonight from Des Moinc where they had spent a day or two at tending the auto show. Lars Sorensen and son, Dick, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake, where they were guests at the home of Nels Olson, Dick's uncle, who formerly lived near Algona on a farm for a number of years. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey cam.e home on Monday night from Minneapolis where she had spent a few days buying equipment for her ; new-beauty- ohop'«wbith will open next month over the Bloom store. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith are the proud parents of a baby girl who arrived Thursday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby is their first child. Mrs. Keith will be remembered as Doris Brown. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James, Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer and Al Fal- kenhalner came home Saturday from Minneapolis where they had been attending the Northwest Drug show since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott have moved back to Algona from Iowa Falls where they lived for several months They will reside on North Minnesota street and Mr. Wolcott will be employed at the Kent garage. R. A. Clark and daughters, Mesdames Frank Huldeman and Charles Reaper, left Tuesday morning to visit with relatives at points In Illinois. F. Huldeman will have charge of the me^ market during Mr. Clark's absence. County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N Kruse came home Monday from O'NIel Nebraska, where they had spent the I week end visiting their son, Hubert, and family. Mrs. Hubert Kruse is a daughter of P. C. Dahl of Swea City. business Saturday. Robert Welter was over from Wesley on business Friday. Miss Betty Backus spent the week end with relatives at Dubuque. Charles Duhigg, Jr., was over from Emmetsburg on business Monday. M. K. Cullen of Whittemore was a business caller In Algona Monday. John Vinson was over from Spencer Friday greeting his many Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. Gast and daughter, Florence, were visitors in Algona on Thursday. Ed. Droessler, the big jovial Bancroft farmer, transacted business in Algona Friday. O. V. Critz the well known grain dealer of Emmetsburg was an Algona visitor last Friday. John Nyman, Jr., of Greenwood township was in Algona Thursday on business at the court house. A. S. Beckman of Corwith was an Algona caller on Saturday. Mr. Berkman is the town marshal at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler of Fairmont spent Sunday at the home of Herman's brother, Fred and family. The Baptist Ladies' Aid society will ave a bake sale at Anderson Broth- r's meat market Saturday, February 8th. County Attorney and Mrs. G. D. humway spent Sunday at Emmets- urg with the former's sister, Mrs. Mitchell. Permanent Wave Special February 23 to March 28 We have installed another new permanent wave machine and for six weeks will give: W. S. Lee, who is employed at the Chrlstensen Bros, store, and his little daughter, Phyllis, spent Sunday at Sac City where they visited Mr. Lee's grandmother, Mrs. Mary J. Wine, who was celebrating her eighty-seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds from Ellsworth spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. W. Amunson. Mr. Reynolds is postmaster atj Ellsworth. They were accompanied by then- son, Earl and wife and their two children, Donald and Dean. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Van Dorstan have moved into their new house In the north part of town. They sold their home on McGregor street to Mart Jones several months ago. Mr. Jones is renting it, the family who is moving In March first) being J. R. Keltz. Miss Phylida Sonerholm, formerly of the Marigold Shop No. 2 is now at this shop. Morrison Beauty Shop i i A 1 MA** n TrtmrQ Phone 279 Algona, Iowa. Miss Lillian Koppen recently returned from a three weeks' visit spent In Des Moines and Shenandoah. In Des Moines she visited her sister. While in Shenandoah some of her friends took her to the two broadcasting stations. She had a very enjoyable trip. Upon her return home she found her mother ill, but not seriously so, and she is expected to recover soon. Pauline Meyers, manager of the local Western Union office, was called to her home at Dyersvllle Monday by the Illness of her mother. The first of the month she was called home by the illness of her father, who died a few days later, following a stroke. Miss Meyers expected to be gone about two weeks this time. Lulu M. Smith, of Omaha, is acting as relief operator during the absence of Miss Meyers. Eleanor Backus and Sara Doran gave a tap dance at the banquet of the West Bend Ladles Social and Literary club which was held at the Algona hotel last Tuesday evening. The girls were accompanied at the piano by Jeannette Goeders. The girls received many compliments on their number and were presented with beautiful bouquets. An error was made in re- reporting the names of the dancers last week. The L. Kutschara family has moved rom their farm east of the city to Clear Lake and F. Bentley has moved into the farm. Maurice McMahon spent the week end In Omaha visiting with friends. Maurice is a graduate of Creighton university there. John Fraser and Hollls Benschoter drove to Des Moines Sunday where ;hey were to attend the auto show for a couple of days. Miss Olive Lewis of the Chrlschilles & Herbst store spent the week end in Chicago visiting friends. She was formerly employed In Chicago. Mrs. Lillian Mathison has been quite ill the past two weeks at her home on North Blackford street. She is not improving much at this writing. Father T. J. Davern returned Satur day from a month's visit with relative; in Boston and other eastern points. H reports a fine trip and an enjoyabl time. M. J. Pool went to Wlnona, Minne sota, Sunday to attend a meeting o managers of Botsford Lumber yard. H s expected home the latter part of th week. August Huenhold and son, Helmuth, are to leave Thursday for Ames, where hey will spend two days attending the i'lorists' short course at Iowa State lollege. Mrs. A. L. Rist, who has been ill during the past year, was able to come up town Friday for the first tune since ler illness. Her many friends are rlad"fc> Jteaftaftf her recovery. Miss Helen Dingley spent Sunday a.id Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley. Miss Dingley is employed in an Evanston bank and ,ook advantage of the holiday on Monday to visit here. Miss Bernlce Hargreaves, who is teaching seventh grade at Charles City ;his year spent the week end with her mrents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Har- jreaves. She was accompanied by another Charles City teacher. Russell Sorenson of Armstrong was a visitor In Algona on Monday. He tells us that his wife has been quite ill for a long time with arthritis. She will be be remembered as Mary Blomster of Hobarton before her marriage. H. M. Smith and A. L. Cunningham drove to Des Moines Monday to attend the state meeting of the American Legion commanders and adjutants. They were to return today. Mr. Smith is commander of the Hagg post of Algona and Mr. Cunningham, is adjutant. R. S. Blossom was in Cedar Falls Sunday and Monday attending the funeral of his sister-in-law, Miss Emma Rait, who died Thursday In Tus :on, Arizona. The deceased had been ill with tuberculosis for a number o" years and her death was not unexpect ed. Dr. Harry Jenkinson and son, Rog ers, drove up from Iowa City Sunda; and spent the day with the former' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson Mrs. Jenkinson who has been ill fo quite a while, is reported as slowly im proving which is welcome news to he many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lawton and son Harold and Sever Morancy of Whit Bear Lake, Minnesota, spent the wee end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P A. Danson. Mrs. Danson is a daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton. Mr. Lawto is employed in the Railway Express office in St. Paul. Al Falkenhainer and his son, Melza and wife spent several days in Min neapolis last week attending a meet ing of the agents of the Druggists' Mu tual Insurance Company from th state of North and South Dakota, Min nesota and Wisconsin. The Druggist Mutual, which is managed by Al Fa; kenhainer from his Algona office, Is now ding business In thirteen state Algona's biggest spring hosiery event FEBRUARY 26, 27, 28 ROLLINS RUN STOP HOSIERY Style, quality and unusual economy are combined in this special hosiery event at our store. Rollins Runstop line silk hose with its fanny luce top and positive protection against garter runs offers beauty and exceptional wear at modest prices. Rollins Runstops were accorded an exclusive showing this month at the Maison- Ardanse, Paris display of new spring collections. We too, have these outstanding styles and colors. Fine Gauge Silk to top French Heel Lisle Top and Foot French Heel 18 $3,35 i 3 pair $275 See these two lace top numbers chosen by Baroness Ar- curti for her spring display. Fine gauge, all silk, fancy lace top. $1.55 3 pair $4.35 Fine gauge, • Rol-twist, fancy lace top. $2.00 2 pair $3.65 THE GOEDERS CO, Algona, Iowa Attorney Edward Kelly of Emmetsburg is In Algona today on legal busi- Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert cam home Saturday from Davenport an Peorla. Mr. Elbert went to Peoria 01 business last Thursday and was accom nanied as far as Davenport by Mr Elbert and her mother, Mrs. H. O Barnes of Rolfe. The ladles visite Bernadlne Barnes, sister of Mrs. E bert, who Is taking a course in nurse training in one of the hospitals there. This is her third year. Mf. and Mrs. Prank Vera are moving into then- apartment which they have been renting to Mrs. Edythe Dalley. Mrs. Dailey is moving into the Paul Clark residence. Mr. Vera, a few months ago completed a third floor apartment in the apartment house, formerly known as the Henry Adams house, which he purchased some time ago. During the winter the Veras occupied the third floor, but have now rented it to some of the teachers who plan to do light housekeeping. The Veras are taking the south side apartment. Mr. Vera plans a few additions to the first floor which he will begin to construct soon. O. W. Lawrence of Cedar Rapids spent Tuesday night and part of today in Algona on business. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Hasse came from Minneapolis Saturday and visited wit'.i Mrs. Haase.: parents, Mr. and Mr,; C. L. Bailey Mrs. WL D. Andrews is expected home Thursday from Kirksville, Missouri, where she was called recently by the death of her mother, Mrs. Swanson. Dr. A. D. Adams was under the weather the latter part of last week and the first of this with an attack of flu. He is able to be at his office at this writing. Marriage licenses for the week were Issued to Sherman Maier of Algona, and Helen Faber of Mason City; and Harm Hillenga of Wesley and Lydia Stohr of Titonka. lola Lehman spent Saturday and Sunday with her parent^, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman. lola Is secretary for the Junior Chamber of Commerce in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sorensen from Fargo, North Dakota, spent the week with the Jens Sorensens in Union township. Chris Sorensen at one time ran the millworks here. Mr. and Mrs. James McGee are staying with the Roy Moulds children this week while Roy and his wife are in Des Moines attending an auto inspectors' meeting. Mrs. Moulds is a niece of Mr. McGee. Mrd. C. A. Momyer returned home Saturday from Chicago after a visit of four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Colt and family. The Colt family all came down with the flu while she was there and she assisted in taking care of them. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Urch of West Concord, Minnesota, spent Sunday in Algona visting Mr. Urch's father, John Urch, who is quite seriously ill with the flu. They also visited other relatives, Including their son, Irving Urch and the Lafe Griffins. Harold Sorensen plans to go to Hutchison, Kansas, Sunday after Mrs. Sorensen, who has been visiting her parents there 1 . Harold has rented the John Moulds bungalow south of the high school and will have possession on March 1. Lars Sorensen, Harold's father, will make his home with him. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Howell are parents of a ten pound boy bom today. Mr. Howell Is representative for the Hlgley Chemical Company, and he and his family just recently moved to Algona. This is their fourth eon. Miss Lulu M. Evans returned to her home in Washington, D. C., Tuesday after a visit since Sunday at the home of her brother, Dr. R. A. Evans. Miss Svans is employed in the internal revenue department in Washington, and had been in Oklahoma for a time visiting a brother of Dr. Evans and herself. She came to Algona Sunday with Wallace, son of Dr. and Mrs. Evans, who is employed as bookkeeper in the Colonial bakery in Des Moines. Wallace returned to Des Moines Sunday evening. This was the first time Dr. Evans had seen his sister since her return from Europe where she attended the Passion Play at Oberammergau last summer. See Us for Farm Loans i The farm loan season is here. Plan now for your loan. In making application for a loan several things are to be considered. Good options, interest rates, promptness in delivering the money and renewal accomodations are important. Our loan department takes all of these into consideration and can give you service. See us if you are in need for a farm loan. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA CASH PAID for Cream, Poultry and Eggs Your patronage solicited. Fairmont Creamery Co. Station H. H- Boettcher, Manager Algona, Iowa.
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