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Election is / Next Monday. The Upper Des Moines-Republican, March 25, 1931 *rf ticket. a candida te for coun- Ward on tlle Is opposed to W. f H ' A ' Reimer who »w a for c °uncUman for the sec- ward, withdrew from the race and . £ M nn ' who te afc Present a mem- ' of the council, filed for reelecttion. ihnt P £ ing places arc: Pirst Ward, lbert Garage; Second Ward, Kent Garage; Third Ward, Third Ward school and Fourth Ward, Sheriff's office. Mrs. W7W Helps Sufferers. Mrs. W. W. Baldwin is showing tha there is still a great deal of charity in this world. She is sending clothe wmch she has collected to the suffer ers in Mississippi and is paying th charges out of her own pocket. Mrs Baldwin may be sure that the gooc Lord will reward her for the charity she has shown. Local CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA The very best in everything-sotmcl, ventilation, comfortable seats, projection, large seated lobbies opened for your comfort. THURS. & FIU., MARCH 26-27 Thursday matinee at 2:30, prices— 10c-30c. You're going to enjoy this picture! You re going to gasp at the Flam^B Youths, tne gorgeous costumes of Chicago's rich, the thrills of the underworld. Combination of "Our Modern Maidens" and "Paid." she crashed society and battled the underworld. The greatest comedy team on the vaudeville stage with Billy Gaxton in "FIFTY MILLION FRENCHMEN" ; It's a rollicking story of Americans turned loose in gay Paree. Helen BrodericK an American girl, turns Paris topsy-turvy.1 . Roar while you tour through the delights of Paris. It's in the road show class. SAT., MARCH 28. :30 and 3:30 o'clock matinees, Tom Tyler serial "Phantom of the West." Feature Picture. THURSDAY, APRIL 2. Lila Lee Ben Lyoii Lucian Littlefield Louise Fazenda That trio spells fun in • "MISBEHAVING LADIES" The princess of a mythical kingdom gets mixed up in the whirl. It's built for fun. Lew Cody Owen Moore In r H.ODUCT i ON UtltMTtf It JOitPH P. KENNEDY ' FRIDAY, APRIL 3. You've been looking: for this one. Ronald Colman Kay Francis . to "RAFFLES" The experiences of an amateur cracksman. It's a rare combination of a good story, good director, and a good pair of stars. Elaborate production. •. The escapades of a captivating mad cap in Paris! A gay and sophisticated comedy. SUN., & MON., MARCH 29-30. Matinees one and three o'clock, lOc and 35o any seat in the theatre. 5, 7 and 9 o'clock shows at regular prices. , He "was 1 a carefree, singing adventurer. Lawrence Tibbetts Cliff Edwards Esther Ralston Roland Young in "THE SOUTHERNER" (Changed to the Prodigal) Three knights of the open road- one going home, as the hobo with the singing heart and the comedy pair. He will give you a thrill. It's a different "Tibbetts." SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1:30 and 3:30 'matinees, prices-JOo- 30c. Tom Tyler serial, "Phantom of the West." Feature Picture John Gilbert In "GENTLEMAN'S FATE" Gilbert comes Into his own in the part of a gentleman boss of the underworld. A tensely exciting melodrama. Brother against brother. Gentleman against Thug. Hold tight to your seats. Also— Big Comedy . Program. TUBS. & WED., MAR. 31-APRIL 1 Tuesday matinee at 2:30, prices— 10c-30c. Oleson & Johnson SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY APRIL 5-6-7 EASTER PROGRAM Douglas Fairbanks "REACHING FOR ,THE MOON" SUN. & MON., APRIL 12-J 3 "THE (CONNECTICUT YANKEE" SUN. & MONJ, APRIL 19-20 El Brendel Fifi Dorsay "MR. LEMON OF ORANGE" SUN. & MON., APRIL 26-27 Marlene Dietrich "DISHONORED" W HAT YOU SAVE is vours that is, if you deposit it in a savings account in this Bank. What you speculate with will soon belong'to others. One reason why millions of successful savers have savings accounts is because- every penny they put in a savings account tuey get out if they want it with interest. Safety plus a good rate of interest is but one of the advantages of a savings account. will b« appreciated. KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK Mary E. Smith called on friends at Lakota Saturday. Alphonse Thilges of Bode spent the week end with his cousin, Charles Hoffman. J. A. Brownell has taken over the agency for the Fire Fyter flre extinguisher. M. Hentges moved from a farm near West Bend last week to one northwest of Algona. Chet H. Williams has purchased a new Pontiac coach from the Algona Motor Sales Company. Friday for Des Molnes where she will 'spend the week end with Mrs. ! R. J. Laird. Dr. Whitlow, Buell Pearson and C. P. Berggren of Swea City were business visitors in Algona today. Miss Eva Streit plans to leave on Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Smith attended a sales meeting of the Langan Paper representatives which was held in Des Molnes Friday. Mrs. P. Braner, wife of the new Trinity Evangelical Lutheran minister, eft Friday for Hubbard, Iowa, to visit her mother who is very low. E. H. Nelson, salesman for the In- ;ernational Harvester Company, is driv- ng a new Whippet purchased recently "rorn the. Algona Motor Sales. Hoyt Raney spent a few days of ast week and this with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Hoyt H a freshman at Iowa State College. Njj T. H. Holmes, Sr., H. A. Norman] and T. H. Holmes, Jr., attended a dtB« riot dry cleaners' meeting at the Warden hotel in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Matt Lamuth was taken from he Stebbdns hospital to her home last Sunday. She is still very ill but her many friends are hopeful that she will .con be up and around. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nichols and jmily of Mason City were guests on unday of Mr. and Mrs. G. D.Brund- age. Mr. Nichols is 'a member of the Nichols & Green shoe firm. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh visited with Swea City relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Mulroney of Emmetsburg were Algona visitors Friday. John Cosgrove of Mason City spent several days with Algona relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman made a call in Lakota Saturday on some friends. The Roy Claussen family of Duncombe visited at 'the Backus home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Eldon of Esther- vllle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera. The son of A. A. Bishop was taken home from the Kossuth hospital on Monday evening. D. H. Goeders went to Chicago on Saturay night on a buying trip for the Goeders Company. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg of Swea City spent Thursday with their sister- in-law, Mrs. Eva Deim. C. R. LaBaiTe came home Monday from Minneapolis, where he had been for a few days on business. Mrs. N. C. Rice has been confined to her home for over a week with a very severe case of sinus trouble. Edythe L. Dalley was ill with sinus trouble the flrst of the week and was compelled to remain at home for a day or two. Miss Harriett Thurston spent the week end visiting at the M. P. Haggard home. Miss Thurston is teaching at Woodbine. Mrs. E. P. Hall and son, Garland, of Kanawha were guests Thursday and Friday of the former's sister, Mrs. Loren Minkler. George Vitzthum, thirteen year old son of D. H. Vitzthum of Wesley was brought to the Kossuth hospital last week with a fractured hip, received when he fell out of a wagon. Mrs. D. E. Sheehan went to Des Molnes Monday to consult a specialist in regard to her health. Word received from her later was to the effect that she might have to remain for an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman celebrated their thirty-ninth wedding anniversary Sunday and celebrated the event by entertaining Hilda Campbell and Roy Barry at the Algona hotel for dinner. After dinner they drove to Eagle Grove. Ruth Butts, twelve year old da'ugh- I ter of Mr\. and Mife. Prank Butts, fell while roller skating Monday and fractured her ankle. She was taken to the Kossuth hospital where the ankle was put In a cast. She was then taken to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bockes were in Des Moines over, the week end,, while Harold looked after bus: jnatuenrpeiTBuuiJB u> uiu tumgaa UUiu*; pany. Mrs. C. J. Scarilan helped out at the Christensen Bros, store during Mrs. Bockes' absence. : Mrs. O. Madson seems to be gaining a little the last few days, and her many friends will be glad to know that she is improving. Mrs. A. A. Sterling and family enjoyed a visit Friday and Saturday from the former's sister, Mrs. T. C. Fielder of Webster City. There will be a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening, April 2. See the ad elsewhere in.' this "paper for further particulars. Dr. R. H. Crawford returned home Thursday from New York city, where he had spent about ten days attending post graduate clinics. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Stock and son, John, spent the week end at the A. H. Stock home. Mr. Stock is employed on the Sioux City Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert and two children of Iiiv.ermore were Algona visitors on Saturday. Mr. Hilbert paid this office a pleasant visit. Miss Lois Inman of Estherville spent Sunday in Algona as a guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miner, and Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz, Mrs. Paul Dettman and Mrs. Peter. Looft of Burt were Algona visitors Friday. Mr. Woltz paid this office a pleasant visit. Mr. and Mrs. ;,0i F, Speitht- were La• Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wehler. Mar!? nnd Raymond and tho latter's little dunghter. Peggy Jnnp, drove to Porn- hontns Sunday whore they spent the day visiting Mr. Wrhler's mother. Mrs. Reglna Wchler. Mr. and Mrs. Hennan Wehler of Fairmont, Minnesota, wero also guests of Herman's mother. Marion McMahon and her friend. Florence Cntlin went back to Ames on Tuesday where they are students at Iowa State College after spending a few days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. The fiirls are Tri Delt sorority sister. Miss Catlin is from St. Albans, Vermont. Harold Cosgrove nnd Wade Coon went to Rice Lake, Wisconsin, the first part of last week to look for work on a grading gang. They returned home last Saturday reporting there was no work owing to heavy storms. Harold suffered an injured leg while getting onto the train but is able to be around. Mabel Earl Coleman, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman. returned to Iowa State College Tuesday after spending a few days of spring vacation with her parents. The Colenmns drove to Ames after her Friday and were accompanied by Mrs. C. B. Murtagh who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Cratty, until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch and Mrs. K. D. James are expected home today from Ottumwa where they have been since Sunday. Mr. Pletch" went down on business nnd the ladies accompanied him to visit Mrs. James' daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. Mrs. O. Lorenz is taking care of the Pletch children while their parents are away. Mrs. George Cole nnd daughter, Elinor of Maxwell spent the week end in Algona visiting Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe and her mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel. Georgia Cole, who was quite seriously 111 with the flu in Chicago, has recovered sufficiently to return to her studies at the Chicago University, where she is taking work for her master's degree. C. H, Wunn. vKrites from Cogls- Well, North Dakota, that the have had a flne winter with little snow and quite a bit of rain. He states, however, that they need much more rain as it was very dry last year. Mr. Wunn says that last summer was the hottest he ever saw. Times are hard In North Dakota. Durham wheat. Is 47 cents, oats 19 cents and barley 19 cents. Mr. Wunn is a former well known Harrison township resident. Mrs. John Kirsch of Lone Rock and nephew, Osborn Fltzsimmons of St. Augustine, Florida, Mrs. Wm. Riedo! of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Clayton Jenkins of Bancroft were in Algona Saturday. From here Mr. Fitzslmmons, took a bus to Minneapolis where he will visit his mother, Mrs. Ed. Fitzsimmons, and his two sisters for about a week before he returns to St. August-' Ine, where he has headquarters as nn accountant for a railroad company. Mr. Fitzsimmons lived in Algona as a boyi 'and attended school here. His father [ had the flrst cigar factory in Algon Mr. Fitzsimmons visited at Lone Roc the past week. I ;;c>0w-owowmwowmwo:o^ •Sf You Save Real Money When You Buy an For an all-round roat for nil occasion \vnar—• assuredly you'll want an Ekromoor. But don't judge an F.krntnnor by its low price. The lirst day yon wcjir it you'll revel in its sm;iri heroniing lines. And months of hard wear will bring you a keer appreciation of its splendid tailoring nnd exclusive pure wool fabrics which wrinkles, du.U nnd moisture cannot conquer. The Goeders Co. KMSMSM^^ The Corner Grocer & Market Special for Friday and Saturday Special for $1.00 1 large pkg. Climalene 1 large pkg. Rinso 1 large pkg. Oxydol 1 large pkg. Sal Soda 1 small pkg. White King 5 bars Big 4 Soap Regular price, $1.25 Special for $1.00 4 cans Red Beans 4 cans Hominy 4 cans Bacon and Beans 3 cans Lima Beans 3 cans Pork and Beans Regular value, $1.26 ...; Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. for ,2Jjc Algona Blue Ribbon Bread So Our Big 8 Coffee, a very good Coffee for 21c Fancy Peaberry Coffee 25c Our Own Blend Coffee at 30c-35o We have the best in all kind of meats at a reasonable price. Give us a trial and be convinced. Bring us your eggs. H. R. Sorensen & Company Phone 139. Presbyterian Supper at Legion Hall Saturday, March 28 at 5 o'clock Chicken and Noodles Mashed Potatoes Rutabagas Vegetable and Fruit salad Deviled Eggs Jelly Rolls * 'Pickles Pineapple Bluff Price was attending 'to business matters and Mrs. Specht visited' wlttr friends. Among the Algonlans who attended the fight at Spencer 'last Thursday night were Dr. and Mrs, Harry McCorkle and. Hazel Potter and, Paul Hamill. Will Aman is confined to his home with a blood clot in, his leg. It will be necessary for him to remain quiet for about two weeks to keep the clot from scattering. O. J. Stephenson and son, Maynard of Penton were Algona visitors Tuesday. Maynard is a student at Iowa State College and was home for the spring vacation. Mrs. Agnes Laidley returned to her home at Northwood last week after a brief visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vlnson. Mrs. Ijaldley plans to return for a more extended visit Easter. Bernice Stock spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Bernice teaches physical training at Eagle Grove and was at Mason City Thursday and Friday attending the teachers' institute. Mrs. Ida Minkler and her son-in- law, Will Bailey of Marshall, Minnesota, spent Sunday in Algona visiting tier son, Loren and dlaughte^, Mrs. Starold Hutchtns. Mrs. Minkler has been spending the winter at Marshall, Kathryn Mlsbach returned to Ames Tuesday to resume her work at Iowa State College after a few days spent it home with her father, Joe Misbach. The college enjoyed a short spring vacation between the winter and spring luarters. Doris Long is expected home Saturday from Grinnell to spend spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long. She will be accompanied by Miss Helen Leak of Extra, who is her room mate. Doris is a sophomore at Grinnell. Fred Anderson came home from Cherokee Tuesday where he has been with Mrs. Anderson, who recently fell and fractured her hip. He reports her as doing as well as could be expected. Mrs. Anderson had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Irons. Say Coolidge is a Bum Cook Mr. Coolldge's expertness as a mak er of hot chocolate was challenged b some prominent chefs. In. a magazln "arttcTe~tHe former president's reclp was quoted., The chefs have foun four culinary errors in his method! Th chefs include Oscar of the Waldorf Astoria, and the chefs of the Ritz Carlton, Savoy-Plaza, Sherry-Nether land New York, Pennsylvania, McAl pin, St. Moritz and Roosevelt hotels. The Coolidge errors, say the chefs were: He doesn't make a paste of th melted chocolate and sugar first. H should. He uses milk and water. Sev en chefs ,§ay he should use milk onlj and two 'say only water. He doesn' use vanilla. One chef said it wa very necessary. He doesn't strain thi finished product to be sure all th lumps are out. Two chefs say he ought .to. Dr. Pammel Was Well Known Here Dr. Pammel, the well known botanis at Iowa State College, died Monday on a train In Utah while he was re- turjiing to Ames from California where he spent the winter with a daughter. He 'was well known here and at one time visited the Call State Park. A daughter, Edna Pammel, was an instructor in the Algona high schoo" several years ago. An Algona Poet. It seems that our old friend, Elmer Slagle, who grew up in Algona and later became a railway mail clerk, as well as a poet, Is still writing poetry at Los Angeles, where he now lives. Elsie Hunt Caulkins, now living in Santa Monica, California, has kindly sent the Upper Des Moines-Reputflican one of Elmer's poems clipped from the Los Angeles Times of March 16. ft i Our Union correspondent last week named Dr. Cretzmeyer of Algona as the surgeon who performed a successful operation on Floyd Relbhoff. The surgeon in the case was Dr. W. T. Peters of Burt, instead of Dr. Cretzmeyer. We are sorry the mistake occurred. Lewis Ferguson, Charles Lindhorst, Paul and Eugene Hutchins, Walter Fraser and friend, Richard Flelg, and George Gross of Irvington, all spent the spring vacation from then- studies at Iowa State Colege at Ames with their respective parents this week and part of last. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ooeders arrived home }ast week from Long Beach, California, where they spent the winter. Barney Qoedere, who also spent the winter at Long Beach, will be back to Algona in a lew weeks, and Ed. Keith and his granddaughter will come home In May, Metlwdjist Sunday School 1? having a "family, night" supper at the church Frito jyenfiif, March 27th at six-thirty o'clock. Each family is re* jested to bring sandwiches, one covered dish and their own dishes. Oof* lee wljl be served free, AH members o| the fawny are invited. THE OCEAN. I sat on the beach at eventide, I heard the roar of the Sea, The splash of waves on the shore-line Boisterous, wild and free. My thoughts, like the gulls above me, Went soaring to and fro, From things that are here and present To things of long ago. And my soul like the tide was restless; Forever ill at ease, Now like the wind of a tempest, Or softly lulling breeze. But I heard in the roaring surf-beats The echoes of passing years; And I saw in the peaceful harbor, The end of doubts and fears. —E. HARVEY SLAGLE. Iowa Received Much Needed Rainfall A much needed rain fell Friday of last week and Monday and Tuesday of this week, putting smiles on the farmers' faces and making them happy regardless of the price of corn. The weather report is as follows: High Low Wednesday 44 26 Thursday 50 31 Friday, rain .08 30 29 Saturday 40 33 Sunday 4 6 30 Monday, rain .52 43 30 Tuesday, rain .18 43 31 Algona Markets. Corn, yellow, 45c, white ..$.40 Oats 23 Hogs .!.....!!! 7 00 Eggs 12 .. 17 Hens, all wts., 16, Leghorn hens .13 Roosters ...07-.09 At the Hospital. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are: Mrs. Elmer Olson, Britt, March 18, medical; Mrs. Joe Fraser, Sexton, March 21, medical; Miss Ellen Miller, Bradgate, March 10, major- Gertrude O'Neill, Wesley, March 23, major. "The stork has brought a little peach," The nurse said with an air. '"I'm mighty glad," the father said, "He didn't bring a pair." Methodist Church. The Woman's Home Missionary society meets this afternoon with Mrs. Hemphill ns hostess. A special program has been arranged and the annual mite box opening will be observed. All members are expected and welcome. Friday evening the Sunday school is holding "Family Night" at the church. All members of the Sunday School are expected to bring parents, brothers, sisters, and other relatives and friends, and something good to eat, and enjoy a six-thirty dinner, a program and a chance to become acquainted with a lot of good people who might like you and whom you might like if you knew each other better. This is the time to become better acquainted and we are looking for you. Palm Sunday next Sunday and you will want to attend all the services. If you do not come your seat will to empty. .) . To Be Human Dynamo /The only reason we'd ilka to be what IB called n human dynamo In that then"" we might he nhle to get up enough power to jjet nwny from the man who te one when we see him coining.— )hlo State Journal. Exccoive Tea The iiiiiili Hi I'xcussivt; ieu drink- K Is 10 he tiiuml In Knglund. Scot mill, Newfoiitiilliiiic) niirl Lnbriidor, es- iimcmu the poor. March Investments If your business transactions over March first give you funds for investment we suggest our Certificate of Deposit as being a convenient form, with absolute safety. We make safety the first consideration by carrying a cash reserve far in excess of the amount required by law, which coupled with a secondary reserve of Government Bonds makes a fund of over a half million dollars on hand. For further diversification we can recommend a number of specially selected securities. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA ****mmmm*mummmmmmmmmm»mmmmmmmuummmm*mnm* First Lutheran Church The Junior Mission Band will meet at the O. D. Brundage home on Satur. day at two p. m. Mrs. Brundage will be the hpstess. For Sunday—Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at ten-forty- flve. For Holy Week—Services on Monday, and Thursday (Communion) and Good Friday at 7:45 each evening. At Bancroft for Holy Week, Services Palm Sunday at 7:30 and on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:45 p. m. Good Friday at ten a. m. (Communion) service.—O. K. Olsson, pastor. BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL GYM SHOW ThursdayNight,Mch.26 at seven-thirty HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Includes games, tumbling apparatus work, boxing, basket ball and physical training. Admission 15c and 25c. Funds to be used for defraying track expenses.

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