The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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Swea City Lost to Unioti Giant* 32 to 30 The fast Qilkerson's Union Gian basket ball team took the measur of the Swea City Cardinals at th local academy gymnasium Momi& night by a close score of 32 to 30. Thi was the third time the colored boy have defeated the Swea Cityans, whc have one of the fastest semi-uro team hi the state. The negroes are playing every das which gives them much more conditioning than is had by the north end boys who play only two or three times a week. Monday night's game was witnessed by a good crowd and was fast and furious. The half ended with the score 19 to 16 in favor of the Giants and the game seesawed back and forth with the result in doubt until the very end. The Upper Pea Moines-Republicaa, March 26, 1931 P. E. Rubey spent the week at Ames with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Waif Waltman were at Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and children spent Sunday at the L. R. Daniels home. L. R. Daniels Is papering and varnishing the house on farm east of town. the Crawford Miss Olive Smith spent Friday and Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Floyd Duncan. F. L. Pratt drove to Rockford, Illinois, Monday to see his daughter, Miss Marilda, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. James Sewick A special meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church for the Boy Scouts Sunday evening. Special music has also been planned. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert recently won five dollars as a prize given by the Des Moines Register for the best menu using eggs in different ways. M. E. Otterness, who has been assistant principal of our high school for the past three years, has been hired as superintendent at Fenton. Wesley News Items and ., ,f rch 19th was the seventy-ninth -.»*. tviivt. J.VJ.IO.T vcnnta ocwit-iv tvilil I . . v -™~«» TT wo me ocvciiby-iiinin daughter spent Sunday afternoon at birthday of Mrs. W. E. Stahl and her the Jay Graham home. friends gave her a postal shower in Herman Neitzel is assisting W T rememb ™nce of the occasion. 5 c r? d &^7 "? ™ ldln * a bara L M rs. W. J: P"te» and Mrs. A. H at the Chris Long farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Easterly of Can- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Easterly of Can- . l ° ^^ Dodge last Sautrday where ada are visiting at the Dr. W. T. Pet- thev visitec with Mr. Meinzer's mothers and W. J. Bnnrnp hnmos er. — • — — vfc,» u l*tt\L A»Xt O. f\, X] Meinzcr and Miss Ellen Schrwer drove f ~ t "-- i Dodge last Sautrday where ers and W. J. Bourne homes. Mrs. J. H. Rickard from near Titon....„.„. .11. n.ii,n.aiu iiuin near .uwm- i n. A. Smith went to Des Moines on ka visited her daughter, Mrs. Roy Ol- Monday night on business Mr am Ptn rm T>itn.e,an.. «*• I--* 1_ I »*•«- -n v n ww"J"*coo. 1VAI. MHO em on Thursday of last week. a Mrs. R. L. obgdill went out to the farm ... „.. ~.. u , U v. UJ „, *„„„ wcc ,i. ma. n. L,, i; 0 gaui went out to the farm Mrs. Neil Neilson of Spencer spent to sta V with Mrs. Smith while he was 10 Vtfte^r anrl ha«^> «~ttu 1~__ _~.__.3 I HU'flV "' , . . |ter, G. J. F. Vogol and Alvln Kluss ly won a box of candy bars he week end here with her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Sharp. i o . P. McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and the O. F. Kraushaar took D L McDnn' alters mother drove to Cherokee on aid and little son to Wilmar Minne- Wonday to attend to business. sola, where he will visit with hte wife's A number of Epworth League mem- Parents, ers went to West Bend Wednesday LeRoy Boettcher went to Chicago ight as guests at a rally at that with stock Saturday night. P lace ' A baby girl was born to Mr and Dr -_ J - G -_plapsaddle, D. F. Mrs. Wayne Mann last Thursday. Rev. Coleman of Algona called at tne Rev. S. H. Aten home Monday. ,, •-- ~.. u ^.o. neiiry uume Mr* The sandwich shop conducted bv Mr rhM ,L * UdrtM f- h J ' Schmldt and McQuirk of Bancroft and the Misses and Mrs. Roy Ollem dosed last Week. {*£*£ ±^^<f M L U L^ m I M £l e P™".™* *™ Whitney^ Beryl Sanders of Lone Rock spent the week end here with ArJene Dan- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Merrifield of Algona called at the C. S. Coffin home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryerson were dinner guests at the F. L. Ryerson home Sunday. were at Webster business. — i -\ •• — -- •—• wn ut. VfUlUJ' UttJTH. City Saturday on Mr . and Mrs . c c BmUh entertam _ ^^ M .f:, an ? "»»• » enr y Guide, Mrs. Jacob Wolfe of'Bancroft is here this week visiting in the home of his sister. Mrs. Anton Goetz. Grandpa Giddings has been confined to his home the past two or three weeks with a siege of illness. Mr. and M-s. Nick Meurer of Plover spent Sunday as guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Meurer. A fifteen per cent patronage dividend is being distributed this week by the Kossuth & Hancock Cooperative Oil Company. Mrs. H. J. Braley and daughter, Mrs. Carmen Mumma, who have been very ill, are now able to be up and about recuperating from their illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings entertained their son, Gordon and wife, on Thursday evening in honor of Gordon whose birthday fell on that day. Miss Anna Wester, student at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent from Saturday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester. Mr. and Mrs. John Roadinger and -. .,, vu ..**i, M1 ^ *ivr«<t i *.•*»>;»*i, vvuinci HJIU CiVQ. VvnltTlAv and spent the day at dinner at the Marvin hotel Sunday. the Moore home. i jj_ G _ Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. McDonald Ringsdorf, Nina u and son, James McDonald of Algona mond Hotisour and called at the O. P. McDonald home on cher drove to Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Orville Stow is getting along nicely following her recent operation, ^.^ at the hospital at Algona and expects Sioux Fred Sunday after° lddlngs to come home today. BLOOM'S of{ aBi g 19c Sale These great values for the entire week. BUTTER ;££ BREAD ORANGES „ 'a Creamery White, Rye,~o7 Whole Wheat Pei- dozen KRAUT - SANIFLUSH FRUIT 1 JXU1J, OYSTERS A " flavors . - mcka ' ges We 19c ••^m 31c _5c _19c $109 ]9c 23c mmmmmm 19c 19c 2 cans Cove Oysters for 19c Peaches No. 10 size cans for 49c Cherries No. 10 size, Red Pitted 89c Brooms Polished handles for 39c Clea.nser Pour cans for 19c P & G Soap, 6 bars, 19c Peas, large can lOc Golden Bantam Corn, large lOc String Beans, large can lOe Tomatoes, can lOc Salmon, Pink, large can lOc Sardines, oval box lOc Libby Spinach, can lOc Peaches, can lOc Grapefruit, can 15c Red Cherries, large can 15c $1.00 MONARCH COFFEE If you were to pay $1 a pound for Coffee you couldn't buy a finer Coffee, 3 Ibs We reserve the right to limit quantities. ME. FAEMEB—Bring us your eggs, prices are advancing. Trade your eggs for groceries, dry goods, shoes, «r ready-to-wear. Remember, Bloom's Department Store on the corner.. With a side-door entrance for your convenience for loading or unloading your eggs and groceries. Store AUCTION The entire stock of new and used pianos taken by manufacturer from bankrupt dealer will be shipped to Fort Dodge and sold at auction at Jones Piano House on Friday, April 3rd and Monday, April 6th. Each piano will bfe sold to the highest bidder. Arrangements can be made for terms to responsible party by making 1 a down payment. Select your piano before hand and have it put up for sale. Sale will open at two o'clock in the afternoon and seven o'clock in the evening. Eemember the Dates ! Friday, April 3rd and Monday, April 6th. JONES PIANO HOUSE w m . homes. and son, Kenneth of the week — and Hei..,<u He reports that Mrs. CARVER BLDG. FORT DODGE, IOWA. vn r? enry Klrche r was up from Eagle Grove on Wednesday of last here she soWlheir houfe . art of town to Mike Baer. £ eamS , went to Sioux City • family of Yankton, South Dakdta, spent several days the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Road- nger. Rev. George F. Wessling together with Father Preganzer attended the orty hour devotions held at Bancroft this week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The C. D. of A. lodge will hold a Hisiness meeting in their lodge hall on this Wednesday night. This is the only meeting which the lodge will hold during the Weeks of Lent. The Methodist Sunday School classes who put on a bake sale at the Kraus store Saturday, made sixteen dollars, which will be used for the purchase of new hymnals for the church. Miss Grace Looft is home spending six weeks on a vactiaon before returning to Waterloo, where she will be employed as an instructor of machine shorthand and bookkeeping machine work. Banns school was dismissed these days an vacation enjoyed by the pupils. Miss Lulu Moore is expected horn the latter part of this week to spent, her Easter vacation with her parents Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore. With Miss Moore will come two friends, the Miss es Hydes, also of Lincoln, Nebraska. Charles Lander, proprietor of the East End garage, injred his finger bad- lv one day last week when in operating an electric drill the middle finger on his right hand caught in the gear which resulted in two joints being badly crushed. The junior class have decided upon their play program and instead of having one play, they are putting on three short comedies by the names of "Cross. ed Wires", "Mother Was Right," and "Sardines." The plays will be given soon after Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Sfcow conducted the morning worship hour at the ,. Congregational church "in Britt Sun- % day during the absence of the regular pastor. Rev. R. Bernsten, who was - Eldon , a k Dau home Sunday. Eldon has been running a barber shon at Sioux City until recently when he | became sick and unable to work! was I. O. ~ ..—— b"^** t»U UlC J.. \J, — last Thursday night consist%Z "'..^"SPl^ta muste. accord- rt plays, a minstrel Refreshments were I show and a y ^TM^V,* . ~«.\.*n,ojiiiicnus were also served and a fine time enjoyed by I all. A nice large room is being fitted up librarv anri £Z? triC ] ^ ht plant for a , "?„ T*™" uuys are maKln £ Wans ™«win ^ soon be reatj y f or use. for their annual ball which will be I iius wm mak»> a fine place for the lib- , he!d M onday night, April 6, at the i • .""" **w*8,ry board arc aslflncr fm* KIcinpGtGr li&ll. A crood (bids for librarian. Miss Lulu Haw- , - -- the approaching marriage of Charles Kerrlns, Jr., arid Miss icma Loebig, daughter of Eugene Loebig, were published for the first time Sunday at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church. - Homer Lawson and George Lloyd drove to Des Moines Thursday to spend until Sunday with Mr. Lawson's two sons, Russell and Richard, who are students at the Capital City Commercial College. George Huhn of Manly who ha spent the winter months in Omah with his daughter, Mrs. Layton Evans has arrived here to spend the spring months with another daughter, Mrs Charles Kraus. The Legion boys are making plans away In attendance of a young people's conference in Wisconsin. The first base ball game of the season is scheduled to take place April 2 on the home diamond with the Wesley boys in competition with the Britt team. Practice has commenced under • the leadership of Superintendent Swanson and Prof. Klooz. A baby boy, William Patrick, made his welcome appearance at the home of»Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer last Tuesday afternoon. The little one was born on St. Patrick's day and received his namesake. There are two girls and three boys in the Studer family. Charles Elcman returned Thursday from Sterling, Illinois, where he has been the past three weeks helping the Ernest Bauer family get settled after moving to that locality from this place. Mr. Ekman will be assistant at the Carl Franzen home this summer cott has been librarian ™ Bid* should be S retar Mrs. P. L Pratt. and several the se'c- The librarv and the boys promise the usual good time. The public school grade and high school faculty attended the North Central Iowa teachers" Mason City Thursday and Friday. The where. $126.00 month for living . .:.-—•'--— Burrell, seventh and eighth teacher at Lakeview, spent from Friday night until Sunday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Lease They met her at Goldfield to which place she had come with friends, and took her back to the same place. W-illiam Nail, restaurant operator, together with two helpers have been ousy the past week paniting, redecorating and partitioning off rooms in the old Butts & Uhlenhake building next to the Kleinpeter store, where they will open up a new restaurant April first. Ed. Hoffer of St. Cloud, Minnesota, who came to attend the funeral of J. E. Igou, spent several days in the nomes of relatives in and around Wes ley. Mrs. Agatha Haverly who has spe7it considerable of her time at the Igou home, returned to her own home Sunday. The Wesley township farm bureau association held their monthly meeting Thursday night at the Pommer school north of Wesley. An interesting pro- grara including a talk by Ray McWhorter, several numbers by the school pupils and several discussions proved very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Piper of Corning pent the week end at the home of ar. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. The Pip- srs cam© up from Des MoJBes where %%£***& °° ve nior and Mrs. are now on their way Ms^J^F^..'^]T,''-'^'^--^'''• -.'-!V:-''> shirts, under* goin « down i the W ?° dpUe 60me ™ ' ° ver ten doUars a ur own m, ™ not own it. I onlv house when I fl$? to make a bolshevick out of an all to build a house for rent. did gOOd a WOUld are sure the smartest They Priced at $238, On top of all this you get a pair of fancy house sliDDer? FRFV with each jP air of dress slippers. This free offer • P ? ers PREE """ ' dozen They Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Algona, Iowa. Engagement Rings Wedding Rings For forty years this firm has specialized in engagement rings and wedding rings. Here you have the advantage of very large assortments and complete range of sizes. The customary lettering is done by our expert engravers without charge. Diamond Engagement Rings $25, $60, $75, $100 and upward Wedding Bings in 18k White Gold $7.50-$15 Fred W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers and Optometrists Fine Repairing and Engraving. Phone 24 ° Algona, Iowa. wwwwvwvwwv? several months there in the interest of ranch owned by the Pipers. , ' Nathan Studer has had a letter from his son, Edward at Excelsior, Minnesota, stating that he has recently been awarded a Job to do 320,000 yards of road grading in Waseca county, Min? x a ^i He . & ^° has a smau shoveling Job. This is the first Job he has secured since September, so it would seem that Jobs are perhaps also scarce in Minnesota. Alson Braley, senior medical student at the Iowa State University spent the week end with his parents. He came especially to have a few more days' visit, with his sister, Mrs. Albert J Mumma, who together with her son will leave Easter Sunday for her home in Long Beach, California, following a three months' stay at the home of her parents, Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley. Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchinson enjoyed a family dinner at then- home Sunday.when the following children and then- families were present to help make the occasion a happy one: Mr. i and Mrs. Elfworth Hutchinson 01 JI Madison, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. ' E. H. Lohr of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Charlstrom of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson of Wesley. Miss Mabel Lawler, teacher in the Belmond schools, brought her mother Mrs. Margaret Lawler of New Providence, here Friday for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Hutchison. Miss Lawler returned to her duties Sunday evening and Mrs Lawler and Mrs. Hutchison drove to New Providence Monday where Mrs Hutchison will spend this week with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Krantz are in Waterloo visiting their daughter, Mrs. Rea Hutchison and family. The two youngest children have both been very sick, one having double pneumonia and the other submitting to a mastold operation. The children are reported as now being on- the mend but £ere con- flned to the hospital for some time. The other members of the family are getting along nicely. Vitzthum, Jr., young son of f ----*-- £??• Geor 8 e Vitsthum, suffered a broken thigh bone directly above the kne e Wednesday when upon returning home "with a load of feed Tim n!^ S gave *u jerk wluch P ull «J him out over the wagoin onto the tround. He was taken to the Kossuth Kwpital in Algona where an x-ray plc- 'Ure was taken, and other medical attention given him. It will be at least seven weeks begore George, Jr/wUl be able to return home. Members of the I. w. Lease family net at his home Sunday to celebrate is seventy-eighth birthday which falk hl i year on Wednesday, March 25. A - ,,, T dinner was enjoyed and the ay will be kindly remembered by Mr ^ease. Those who wer e present includ. $£*£$,£?*.*•*" *** Amon, ana , nis two daughter Mrs and Mrs. Ed. J. Studer es, Vernon Studer and Studer and wife Myrna Burrell of Lakeview. i Mr ;«i n rt **& Ellsworth Hutchinson w two daughters of Madison South Dakota, arrived Saturday^"a wtott with his parents, Mr . and Mm Wm Hutchinson. Tuesday, they together g and ' eavfi "" """'" The New One-Minute Washer at the newJdow Price If you are interested in a washing machine be sure and see the One-Minute. Foster's Furniture Co. E3mer,-mtclyn^wiy; and Mrs. Benskin. Myrtle and Lloyd alsd'llv near there. tJpon their return horn they will visit at the A. E. Lohr an Carl Chalstrom homes at Fort Dodge Miss Freda' Kyle of Britt, who ha been employed as nurse at the Hugh McCutchin home taking care of Mr McCutchin, was called to Hurt Satur day on a formerly promised case at th home of Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Mann Mrs. Ormsby who has been caring for Mrs. William Henderson and infan son, Billy, Jr., is now. at the McCutchin home. Mr. McCutchin seems in about the same condition as former- 'y •• , , Word was received Wednesday by Mrs. Agatha Haverly that her sister's husband, J. E. Igou, had passed away that morning following illness covering a long period. Requiem high mass was held at the Holy Family church at Mason City Friday morning at nine-thirty. Mr. Igou was a member of the firm of Damon-Igou, which is now known as Damon, Inc. He was also a member of the K, of C. lodge and was a pioneer business man of Mason City. The special mission services held at the St. Joseph's church the past week came to a close Sunday. Father Pre- ganzer, a Redemptorist priest of Chicago, spoke twice daily to an audience which filled the large church at each meeting. The services Saturday evening were especially beautiful when Father Preganzer dedicated the mothers and children to "Mary, the Mother orated^wt _ , ren all'becoffiMgly dressed looked vfery nice at this sesion. Father Pregan- zer will hold forty hour devotions this week at Bancroft. • • •\; Bargain Fare Chicago MARCH 27-28-29 Going—Tickets will be good In coaches nly on all trains March 27 and 28, and n trains scheduled to leave not later han 8:00 a. m., March 29. Returning—Tickets will be limited for eturn to March 30. For further particulars ask Local Agent 1531 Now is h 1929 Old/smobile coach 1930 Durant sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach 1928 Chrysler coach 1929 Whippet 6 coupe Time to Get That New Car Cheap The used car market has never shown such a profusion of good buys, and several dealers have been fortunate to secure the best of them, cars all re. conditioned and with new-oar guarantee. Cars of all makes, shapes and sizes. On easy terms. 1929 Whippet 4 coach 1929 Essex coach 1929 Ford tudor 1929 Essex coupe 1926 Ford tudor in j'asper ^unty? to visit a few days in the homes of & an k and Algona Motor Sales Buick, Oldsraobile and Pontiac Agencies Phone 1U g: J-UU11V Ht 5 Algo»a, Iowa,

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