The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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The Algona tJpper Pea Moittes, Algpna, Iowa, Hot. 23,1933 ®&ix(&y&c&^^ 24 Bottle Case Jetters Old Age—made by one of the largest breweries. Order your case now. JOE BLOOM Phone 415 Algona, In. VpStoxxB®^^ PUBLIC SALE ! Riddle Sale Pavilion, Algona, Phone 79 Saturday, Nov. 25 Is30 P, M, We expect to have all kinds of live stock for this sale. One gtofl Shorthorn milk cow and calf, also other good cows and a number of good young stock. One black Shetland pony. All kinds of good young chickens, White Rocks, Barred Bocks, White Wyandottes, 15 young geese, two Spotted Poland china Sows, weighing about BOO each with 15 pigs about six weeks old. A few boars of all breeds. A numbes.of good pieces of furniture. Heating stoves, barn tracks for doors, gas engine. Bring what you have to sell and be on hand to buy what you want. TERMS—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. C. O. RIDDLE, Auctioneer. We Welcome this Corn Hog Alfalfa Day Farmers of Kossuth County tell us that alfalfa is the best paying crop that can be raised here. Many may not fully appreciate the full benefits of raising alfalfa, but if they attend the CORN HOG REDUCTION GROW ALFALFA DAY Program at Algona Fri. Nov. 24 CALL THEATBE AT 1:30 We feel sure they will be alfalfa minded and see how it will help for economic production. We handle the COMPLETE OLIVER LINE OF FARM MACHINERY and have just added the Stover Line of Hammer- mills and Burr Grinders. Gas, Oil, Auto Supplies, Storage and Service. Elbert's Garage DODGE AND PLYMOUTH CABS Afternoon and Evening Parties— The heads of the division of the Royal Neighbors sponsored two benefit card parties last Wednesday at the Green Lantern, Hobarton. in the afternoon there were 11 tables of bridge and two of five hundred. In bridge, Mrs. L. E. Samp received first prize, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, travel and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, low. Mrs. Rose Anderson received first prize, Mrs. Joe Cosgrove received low prize and Mrs. John Bock^5 received travel prize in five hundred. In the evening 24 guests were entertained at five hundred. Mrs. E. A. Guderlan received first prize. Mrs. George Stewart received low prize and Lars Sorensen was presented with the travel prize. Heads of the division are Mrs. Arthur Helberg, Mrs. Prank Ostrum, Mrs. Hugh Post, and Mrs. Deering. Faculty and Guests Entertained— Members of the school faculty and their guests were entertained last Thursday evening at a 6:30 dinner in the Backus apartment. About forty were nresent and were served at Individual tables. Following the dinner the group adjourned to the Kenneth Mercer home where they were divided into five groups and entertained each other with various sutnts which were received with enthusiasm. The committee in charge were: Miss ECrampe, chairman; Miss Hullerman, Mrs. John McDowell, Mrs. Kenneth Mercer, Arthur Lukensmeyer, Miss Wilson, Miss Qranzow and Miss Godfrey. Quests of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Overmyer, Miss Coate, Miss Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Wedding Anniversary— Fifty-eight relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter sun- day and gathered at their home In ob- eervance of the couple's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Guests brought the dinner with them which was enjoyed at noon. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Potter received many gifts from their numerous friends. Dinner-Bridge Party— Mrs. W. H. Cummlngs and Mr. H. V. Hull were hostesses at a dinner- bridge party Thursday evening at the Cummings apartment with dinner at 6:45 o'clock. Mrs. Louis Hyde received high score prize and Mrs. Raynond Anderson was presented with ow score prize. Radio Sewing Party— The American Legion Auxiliary will be entertained at a radio sewing par- y Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Harold Gilmore. Mrs. L. E. Hoey will be assistant hostess. Everyne is asked to bring materials for both white and colored carpet rags. die Hoar Bridge Club— The Idle Hour bridge club met at he hoem of Mrs. Dg White last Wednesday afternoon. Scores were kept after the afternoon at bridge. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. W. A. Foster and - will be some time after Thanksgiving. Union Mothers and Daughters Clnb— The Union township Mothers and Daughters club met with Ada Will last Thursday afternoon with a vety large group of members and visitors in attendance. She was assisted by Edna Crulkshank. The roll call was well responded to by answering the question of where I Spent My Happiest Thanksgiving. Alice Will favored the club with two vocai solos. M*g. Mlnnlfe Sarchett read a paper "We Are Not As Thankful as We Should Be." Rev. Wood sang the song, "Count Your Blrsslngs." He later gave out questlon- nlres "What could the Farmer Do to create Better Relationship with the Town People" and vice versa. The response to these brought considerable discussion. Lunch was served. Lillian Koppen Weds— Miss Lillian Koppen, daughter of Mrs. Jacob Koppen of Algona, became the bride of Charles McDonald of Duncombe, Iowa, Monday morning, Nov. 20, at 6 o'clock at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Father T. J. Davern officiating. The bride wore a gown of navy blue crepe with a hat to match and carried a bouquet of chrysanthemums. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman. Entertains at Five Tables- Mrs. Paul Trauger was hostess to a group of her friends Tuesday evening. Bridge was played at five tables. Mrs. Qeo. Fre« won first prize and Mrs. Karl Wester was presented with the second prize. Those who received table prizes are Mrs. Vic Lowe, Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mrs. Ray McCorkle, Betty Backus and Hazel Potter, out of town guests were Mrs. John Thorngren of Emmetsburg, guest of the hostess and Miss Ellen Goode, guest of Mrs, Lloyd Bohannon. Regular Meeting «f woman's The woman's dub will meet at the library Friday afternoon at three o'clock. The program is one in the series of iowa programs planned for the current year. Roll call will be answered with the names of Indian characters and Mrs. H. V. Hull will talk on "Indians In Iowa." The club will have as guests Miss Elizabeth Spies of oraettlnger and her accompanist. Miss Spies will sing a group of songs. Bridge Ctnfc— Mr. and Mrs. Howard vlnson enter talned their bridge club at a six-thirt dinner Saturday evening. After din ner was served the guests went to th Bert cronan home where the evenlnf was spent at bridge. The ladles o the club were honoring their husbands with the dinner and cards. Joint Meeting Thursday- There will be a joint meeting Thursday evening (tonight) of the Legion and Auxiliary at Wesley. County officers are expected and will make several speeches. Bridge Cob Entertained— Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs T. H. Chrischilles won the high score prize. Jo'fit Thanksgiving Program— On Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 7:30 the Eas- ern Stars and Masons will hold a joint Thanksgiving program and social hour. All the Masons and Stars and their wives and husbands are invited. On he program will be the following: Ma- ionic orchestra and quartet, Mrs. A. E. Michel, play sponsored by Mrs. Dana ?axson and speakers—Rev. Hoerner, Rev. Carlson and Profesor Laing. Re- reshments will be served later. Royal Neighbors Meet— Members of the Royal Neighbors met at the home of Mrs. Ed Hopkins Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Leo Swanson of whittemore, Mrs. Arthur Helberg and Mrs. Albert Granzow assisting hostesses. After the business meeting games were played and entertainment presented in Thanksgiving spirit. Mrs. L. E. Samp and Mrs. Amy Geering received prizes as the result of several contests. ;W/ta RED CEDAR SHINGLES To solve your re-roof ing problems Simply— TELEPHONE Phone 256 RE-ROOF your home over the old roof with Certified Red Cedar Shingles. A real roof which protects your home from hail and storm damage. The double roof will insulate your home, making it warmer in winter, cooler in summer. Estimates given without obligation. Entertained Bridge . Club— Mrs. Hugh Bastf entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Mrs. Bert Cronan was first prize winner, Mrs. John Hardgrove, low score, Mrs. Jensen, travel prize and Mrs. Matt iittritsch received guest prize. DANCE I. 0. O. F. Hall Thursday, Nov. 30 (Thanksgiving) Leonard Merklin and His Melody Masters No Wednesday night dance next week. Win at Fort Dodge- Saturday's Fort Dodge Messenger reported that Mrs. N. C. Rice of Algona and Mrs. Wm. Hagerhorst of Eagle Grove had won first prize for north and south in the Grosenbach contract tournament which was held last Friday at the Warden hotel in Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. L. C. Nugent won second prize for east and west in the same tournament, , Naomi Circle to be Entertained— Mrs. Wm. Dehnert, Mrs. C. C. Herman and Miss Lily Duryea will en- ;ertaln the Naomi Circle at the Dehnert lome Friday afternoon. There will be election of officers. Past Matrons to Meet— The Past Matrons of the Eastern Star will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Masonic Temple. * Look for thia Certified Label- It guarantees the Red Cedar Shingles you buy I HO. i C«AM MM 1MH«WJ Ml CIMUM RED CEDAB SHINGLE BUREAU The ashesyou get from a total loss. coal are They represent the part of the coal that is non-combustible and which gives off no heat. In addition there is the trouble of removing them. Burn — » Great Heart Coal LOW IN ASH-HIGH IN HEAT Dry Kindling— 4 bundles delivered for a dollar. Cars of Iowa and Franklin County Lump coals on track now. F. S. Norton & Son Food Values Galore for Thanksgiving /wvywwwwwwwvw^^^ Appetizing Foods for the Season Are Plentiful Make Your Selection at Akre's SMS; "™Cs^,^^s^ "s °«B y z Stuart" groceries as being "The Best" in weight and quality. We also have lots ot eatables for less money. ^^J 1 ^ BLES:Pumpkin ' cornforfritters . tomatoes, hominy, spinach and SEAFOODS: Salmon Tuna, Minced clams, lobster, shrimp-and many others can be used every day. Mayonaise Dressing, French dressing, and salad dressing are always in demand in most everybody's kitchen and so are assorted vegetables and assorted fruits for salads. For fish and nieat sauces we have Cock tail, Barbeque Ketchup, Kitchen Bouquet, A-l and Lea & Pen-ins, which arc all good. Sweet potatoes, Rutabagas, parsnips, cabbage, squash, Bermuda onions, celery, head lettuce, dates, grapes and era nbcrrios—are not to be forgotten. "Vacuum" and "Pure Quill" Coffee, tea and spices—always fresh. New prunes, apricots, figs, dates, bananas, and oranges are plentiful. Knox's and Plymouth Rock Gelatine, Jello and (Julatino Powders, all colors and flavors go nicely with the above mentioned items. Many of them for the best desserts. Stock the Pantry for Thanksgiving. Treat your family and friends to a real Thanksgiving Dinner. Serve^ine Best Poods, necessities or luxuries—which you can obtain at 'jlj AKRE'S 5&2« 113 So, Dodge White's Grocery Hot Shots for Friday and Saturday Toilet Paper, 3 for Golden Syrup, per tin Clothes Pins, per pkg. Dried Peaches, per pkg. Pop Corn, 15c tin Sardines, 2 for lOc 9c .5c c Otoc Soup, 2 for Mackerel, per tin Large Milk, 3 for Kraft's Pkg. Cheese for __. VWWWWWWJW Macaroni, per pkg Good Coffee, per pound Pigs Feet, per jar Picnic Hams, per pound Marshniallows, per pound Mince Meat per pkg. We close all day Thanksgiving Je 12c _.5c 16c 15c 5c 15c Jc 15c 9c Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. Large 2 1 /£ size Pumpkin, 2 cans _ Cranberries, 2 pounds Crackers, 2 lb. box 25c 21c Dates, 2 Ibs. _ Pure Cocoa, 2 Ib. pkg. _. 23c 21c 13c Mustard, quart jar We have everything to complete your Thanksgiving dinner. Give us your order early for choice Turkeys, iTucks, Geese or Chickens. They will be priced right. Pork by the half or whole Beef by the quarter. Top Prices for Eggs. H. R. Sorensen &Co. phone 138 and 139. We Deliver. "Alfalfa and Corn is a perfect combination when properly mixed."Hear More about Alfalfa! SEEING IS BELIEVING Come at Eleven o'Clock to our Algona Store FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24th HOME GROWN FEED GRINDING AND MIXER DEMONSTRATION LETZ HEAVY DUTY Farm and Custom Mills It is the one machine that will produce a coarse preparation of the roughage, and a fine or medium preparation on the grain, afterwards mixing and elevating the ground grain with the coarsely re-cut roughage all in one operation. No other machine will give one kind of preparation on the roughage and still another kind of preparation on the grain, say nothing about mixing and elevating, all in one operation. This ability to prepare different feeds in different ways for different classes of livestock is most essential for successful service. Kossuth County Implement Company J. W. Daw, Manager. Algona, Iowa. Phone 850,

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