The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1931 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 15, 1931
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Former Loses Home by Fire. ON FRIDAY, Vl\ • J- •" * Defeated Liveniioi-e Here on Track 76 to 39 With Pair tfcwd Watching. BELAY TEAMS GO TO <7EDAB FALLS SAT, 880-Graber, Livermore, MO—^ Jrona, Hart, Livermore-2:iO I 880 relay—Algona. Time 1-43 relay—Algona. Time 3:42'. Coontfy Meet. tt?n£ t » Aia F y Sonha « held a meef ^SBMKJSSK cS" D S™£ 're-*. *4. SS ——™»., ui ., wiio jives at i Minnesota, Jnst his home, and practically all of the '"£ when hte house was de-1 fire Monday. Mrs. John" chadren had only rehirn- ™ an extended visit with! - _5. Jacfc had received &| bonus certificate and the! * had Just ben fitted out! *'— which was all de- fZZ %< stated that the house' Were insured. futnfture Seneca Man Drives into Horse; Not Hurt. Seneca, ^»^^ 8ccond: M - ' gSSFZttS^ B.-D. The ftesnlta. results of the meet are as fol Jtflle-Hargreaves. Algona. Knowles, Sfl^V^*»:te!S a as? was 111 '*« «• jr~~££_!»"" "• """•• * feet 10 incl j. Woreter, Cresco No. 3 second- Becker, Irvuigton Disk 5. " ^ ' &XX®^^ H Mrs. OKver Moe Buys Joel Taylor Home. * ffis^&s^ag men's convention «unoer ners Yesx^vTwice as Good DAIRY MAD and Made with Double Milk. •I plenty of it— and gir\s. t-patent flour, me quality. where they attended a I t&St>* ', 1 - E w "t»an were vli. to i-* Q ,l°l! e5 i,_?? shIer °f ^e cm- was Base Ball Equipment Kohlhaas Hardware Dairy Maid Bread We are also making a wonderful loaf of Blue Rfibbon Bread at <^ Alsona chrod «'. who runs the Used C before the Veterans' Bn uu. Mrs Prank Mller and Mrs. Abe Les ter, who have both been m for weeks, are about the same; " 11 taprovement the luncheon and" the'Eakota'cTub 1 ^ nng on the program. A\ most pleasant afternoon was spent by-all. Mrs. Bertha Jensvoid, who has been rtously in with several heart 6 hW 1930 Ford tudor 1929 Ford tudor 1928 Ford coupe 1928 Dnraiit coach 1927 Pontiae coach 1920 Dodge sedan 1929 Model A truck 3 cheap Ford and Chev rolet trucks. EASY TEEMS, Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa. The ; Mesdames H. H. Johnson, Lo y . J F SSf?!*' . E " J " Woodworth and an MA %&** Sae * the of th ay and ° Prank e been the pasctweek attendtop- B ^^r^^^Kfm^H^ fm ^ d ^^^^to .cfess C «ches^^tto^Kof Uatton ' o£ P 60 ? 1 * "d the busy OUB; students: were entered. Mrs; Glen YaJmke aad 1 Mr* D Bh **»«** »«*r Is crittcaUy (^fE^^ed the fifth lesson- given' with erysipelas. ' on Church School Metflods at Buim- Connie> Garry ha, been fl ick the paa* ^ ^ ^^ DieM " week and unable to attend' school. L Cn f ries Gable-went to Rake Thurs ,_ -.«.. ciuui ivuo. wm. UBITV arp tlv«>J,it/r«z>4.«« T»L_^ Be •*J 1 °mpsan home: ~*«w. S^M^JSK^f^^^S-Sffes^^JS^K^fy ^ST;. 6 **?,?? Hitcta. u«JS|te w»- aS^fS; S anng. A dish toocheon.was serverkt dinner and simnnv l^l5Wtoff 8 hS ' Henry Busch «>' Iowa Evelyn Mayne has been: ill the past week and' under the care of the ctoc- The H G. L.. club met last Tuesday evening; at the home .« Mr& Wm. La-j elr residences reshingled ew porch and bath room Vera Huettner, the fourteen year n]<( dnuBhter of Mr. and Mrs. P."/ Huet - nci, jr., is recovering nicelv n»»^ 0 *vere case of blood poisomn/i" her iBht Land and arm. she also has d a Blese of the flu and pleurisy Rev. and Mrs. o. H. Preklng return nt sewing circle met last Mondar night at the hom e ef Mrs. Kdward Knoner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and their children were Blue Earth shoppers on baturaay. The Warden carpenter crew completed a garage for James Leslie the past weefc. A general meeting of the far.n bureau was held Friday night at the Ed Lopft home. Henry Dyer purchased an eighty ac- a mue and W. B. Mason and two nieces of Lu- Verne spent Sunday at the George Thompson home. 8 Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Neuenfeldt left seme The Woman's Foreign Missionary, ear. ciety met Tuesday afternoon at the Geowe Thompson-home. Agooderow! wH Srv l ed etldanCe and a I0vely lunch Frank Mentor has been conflned to ff*«nn 1 t. Pa f t fW day * fr ° m an In ' ieeuon_m his leg. He recelvedi the In- present Raymond Browning had. the misfortune to hurt hia leg at school one day this week and has been under the care of Dr. Devine, He is now able to be about on crutches. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter Mr. and Mr& Geo. Jensen and iiy orwnwhftwBiftBnSar d guests at the., Jennie: Jensen horne ing i n a. close ganie. Thor Brighton and daughter FV« a Mr - and Mrs. 0. O Dotec-n White's Grocery SPECIA LS **• Fri day v and Saturday ClTITTVr T Tl »• i y"M 1 T-» y-\ •» -r-i- SHELL MACARONI, two pounds for RICE FLAKES, WMte House, two for OYSTER CRACKERS, two pounds for CHERRIES, No. 10, Royal Ann _19c _19c .19c 59c No. 2 STRING BEANS, per can JAM, «J2 055. jar : __ MUSTARD, quart jar FLOUR, Mother's Bread 49 pound sack _10c _23c _17c 1.25 e ^^ Miss Wylam, Miss Hewitt and Mrs Stephenson were in Fairmont shopping Wednesday evening. Miss Wylam spent the week end in Swea City with Miss Hewitt and her sister, Miss Lola Wylam. Earl Simms is in Ledyard again and expects to work this season with the Bay Marquis tiling crew. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and Harvey and Mrs. E. O, Campbell were Algona callers last Monday. (Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton of Iowa . c : tv /ailed at the E. C. Campbell and Worden homes on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman and family were Sunday dinner gussts at the Rev. Boese home at Lakota. - 1 — • ••--.... ™.. v^oijjcjiuu iuiu upaj had dental work done. Mrs. Carpenter visited with the Simms girls. ,, The first home base- ball game of the season was held last Thursday when the high school team met Lone Rock on the local diamond. While the boys were not up to their usual playing they succeeded in defeating Lone Rock, 10 to 6. Mrs. Henry Dyer and Willis and Ir- I ene drove to Fort Dodge Saturday on buslne ss- Miss Jane Mentor, who has spent the whiter here with her parents accompanied them as far as Fort bodge and then went on to Des Moines where she has a position in a bfeauty parlor, f Word was received Friday that Elmer Anaerson had undergone an operation for appendicitis In Mercy hospital a t Waverly. Qeorge Anderson came from Seneca and took Mr. and Mrs. Gus (Anderson down to Wavfirly on Sunday and they report that Elmer is getting along as well as could be expected. DANCE K. of C. HALL WED., APRIL 22; WED,, APRIL 29 Admission 50c-Ladies Iowa Blues Orchestra. Used Cars jj^s iJuick 4-door sedan 27 Hudson coach '27 Hudson sedan Several other ?-!29 Olds coaches ,pq Ess . e x coach '29 Whippet 6 co C upe good buys. Mrs. Fred Junkerroeier and «ujg —- M. E. Ladies' Aid met in the church basement Thursday afternoon. ^,iC a P b "reau lesson was given on Kitchen Utensils" which was m-eatlv enjoyed by all. The committee! were appointed for Guest Day which will be held soon. A covered dish luncheon was served at the close of the after" The high school orchestra went toi /^T«« OLDS

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