The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 23,1933 «£ Local Dr. John Kenefick was a business visitor In fiani-coft Thursday. Mrs. Matt zlttHtsch vttlled friends in Fairfleid over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice MoMahon spent Sunday In Des Moines visiting •with friends. Rev. P. H. Senile of Livertnore was a •guest of the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last Sunday. Uoretfe Howie started work In the office of the Kent Motor Co., the latter part of last week. Mrs. Lawrence Fangman and daughter, Darlene, of Alta, visited with Mrs. Wm. Petotnik, Monday. Bernlce Dearchs left a week ago last Sunday for Audubon where she is now" visiting Gertrude Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Lenz of Buffalo Center visited with Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner last Sunday. Fred Anderson was confined to his home last week because of Illness but Is almost fully recovered now. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Momyer drove to Albla Sunday where they spent the day visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer of LuVerne visited at the home of Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner Sunday and Monday. Richard Schmidt of Storm Lake spent the week end at the S. E. McMahon Home, the guest of Marlon McMahon. Russell Sands, sixteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sands, was 111 the l&tter part of the week with a stomach <ftsorder. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl of Forest City were visitors at the W. A. Button home. Mrs. Juhl is a niece of Mr. Dutton. Members of the new Girl Scouts organization held a bake sale at Moe & Bjogren's store last Saturday. The sale was a great success. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas attended the funeral of the two men's aunt, Mrs. Mike Brass at St. Joe Saturday. Elbert Echberg of .Boone and his Brother, Rudolph of Des Moines spent Saturday at the Raymond Norton home. They also hunted pheasants •while here. W. E. McDonald was able to be up around Tuesday after spending last week in bed with an infection in his throat which was caused by an infected tooth. The six months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Percy McQiftnis is seriously 111 with pneumonia. Miss Freda Kyle, R. N., of Britt is at present taking care of the child. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sjostrand of St. Peter, Minnesota, arrived Saturday night for a visit until Sunday afternoon at, the home of their son, Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. Ellen Goode of Lacona, Iowa, arrived here Monday evening and will visit Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon for an indefinite tune. Miss Goode and Mrs. Bohannon are sorority sisters. Frank Landsman and Miss Lillian Borchardt of Duluth, Minn., were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last Saturday afternoon. Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. Miss Elizabeth Spies of Graettlnger and Miss Nobel of Emmetsburg will be guests of Mrs. W. H, Godden Friday. Miss Spies and Miss Nobel will be on the program at the meeting of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Beard of Des Moines spent Sunday visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Karl Wester. They were accompanied by Mabel Bendel of Des Moines who also visited Mrs. Wester. Mrs. Wester is a school friend of hers. Tom and Ralph Martindale, accompanied by Howard Curell, all of Boone, visited their sister, Mrs. Wm. Pestot-, nik, Friday, she returned with them to Boone where she visited until Sunday when her husband drove there after her. Word was received by Win. Barry from his sister, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith of Des Moines, that her garage and everything in it including the car, were lost by fire which occurred Monday morning. Both the garage and the car were Insured. District school No. 3, Cresco township, will hold a basket social at the Cresco Methodist church Friday night, Nov. 24 at eight o'clock. Pupils will give a program after which baskets will be sold. Lunch will also be served. Mary Black is the teacher. Mrs. Blanche Maland of Eimore was present for Sunday dinner at the home of her sister, Mrs. V. V. Naudain. With her were two friends, Miss Laura Lippert, teacher in the Eimore schools, and Miss Jessie Hinton of Albert Lea, county home , demonstration agent at that place. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wed., Thurs., Fri., November 22-23-24 Thursday Matinee at 2:30. The Come Up and See Me Some Time Gal—Mae West in "I'M NO ANGEL" New News and High Spot Plays of the Mid West Football Games of 1932-33. Saturday, November 25 Double'Feature—One week 1 * entertainment for one admission; Zane "MAN OF THE FOREST" Randolph Scott, Harry Carey, Noah Beery and Wm. Armstrong in "BLIND ADVENTURE" Kit Carson Serial. More for your money—here. Sunday and Monday, November 26-27 Matinee 1-3; night 5-7-9. An outstanding special. Just Worn the Big City Runs. A "New Deal" Picture. ^JOSEPH M. SCRENCK and DARRYL F. ZANOCK, \ present fel Also New News—one day old and Ted Healy and Stooges in "Beer and Pretzels." Musical Act—Revue. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 28-29 Tuesday matinee at 2:30. The "It" Girt is back again. She knows men's tricks and trumps them. OOPLA I A" And Walter Collett in "The Big Fibber"—20 minutes of fun. Also jack Haley in "Salt Water Pagy"-20 minutes of extra laughs. Thanksgiving Day Thursday and Friday, Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Thursday shews—Matinee 1-3; nights 5-7-9. Walter Winchell's big musical drama of the Big Stem. The great peep show of the year. Broadway with the Beautiful Women. JOSEPH M.'SCHENCK •"' Prtitnlt BROADWAY A KEYHOLE A DARRYl F. ZANUCK PRODUCTION New News—one day old. Walt Disney's Colored Silly Symphony. Coming Dec. 5-6 Dorothea Welk in "THE CRADLE SONG." The Goeders Company Coats Price is Important but not the only measure which should be applied when selecting coats. The garments offered in this sale have all passed the add test for Quality. Workmanship and Fit. Incl. Values to $20 Sale tf» | n AD Price <DlQ.t/D Incl. Values to $30 Sale Price $24.95 Incl. Values to $35 Sale Price $26.95 Incl. Values to $40 Sale Price QR .t/cJ Incl. Values to $50 Sale Price $36.95 Children's Dresses Wool Jersey Cleverly styled wool Jersey dresses for little bright eyes, sure to keep her warm. Red, Blue 4 O R and tan, sizes 3 to 6 .... • •» «* Wash Dresses 'Chic little styles in well made tub dresses for little girls, such smart print patterns, clever 7Of* pantle dresses, sizes 2-6... • «*** Tub Dresses For girls who want the hot new styles in wash dresses. They're here now. All the new frills, 4 OQ sizes7to!4 / ••«**» Knit Dresses Jaunty new knit dresses in plain or contrast styles and lots of service ia them. Newest color and shoulder, sizes 1 to 14 .i Lapln Marmink Caracul Squirrel Wolf Manchuria* Dresses While we are obliged to stress price during the present economic situation, we wish to assure you that our dresses embody style, quality and fit, which are the good dress requirements. Incl. Values to $9 Sale Price Incl. Values to $12.75 Sale tf>Q Price <Dt/. Incl. Values to $15 Sale Price AD . U V Incl. Values to $20 Price d* | £J A C Sale <MO.t/D Incl. Values to $25 Price Sale $21.95 Sports Apparel Knit Dresses Smart new styles in two piece effect, Just right for school or street wear. Bromley pique collar, sizes 14 to 20 1.65 Fabrics Faile—Satin Sheer Wool Frost Crepe Bengaline Knit Wool Wool Dresses Wool and cotton and wool mixtures fashion these smart service dresses, tailored styles. Brown, O Q R wine, blue, sizes 14-20 . .,<C««F«f > *i -.,. Sweater Sets The popular twin sweater sets in fine plain or contrast knit. They're the thing. Brown, green wine, sizes 34 to 40 ,fc Wool Jackets of heavy weight fine quality woolens, new tailored color, double- breasted style. Red, Blue ft A R green, sizes 14 to 20 ...,**•*»»* Fine Rayon Dance sets Lovely quality, perfect fitting with dainty lace panels and trim, real values. Colors Pink and Peach •"*• ' sizes 32 to 38 Good Silk Hose The kind you always find at Goeders. Full fashioned chiffon or sheer service.^ en new fall shades sizes 8% to 10% vs. 79c Print Wash Dresses for women and misses, these crisp new styles, in newest print patterns. All good colors ft Off* sizes 14 to 60 >** *»" Children's Sleepers to insure warm comfy jleep. These good sleepers ask no premium. They're of cotton knit. Soft and elastic fSflo sizes 2 and 4 ** **** Wool Underwear and silk and wool union suits for women, low neck, knee legnth. Incl. values to $2.75, -i fSIl sizes 34 t 044 ••*»*» Sale Modess-Kotex The two most, popular, better kinds of sanitary pads available on sale. ^tl Three for 55c or 0 for "N* • Smart Fabric Gloves In this selection are the smart new, pin checks, plaids and solid color styles^ Black, Brown, Wine and Tan Sizes 6% to 8 Men's Linen Hanks Hand rolled hems, contrast color panels, fine linen, a real value. Several A 4j smart designs, 75c for one, 5 for Sale of Footwear Broken Lines Pumps — Ties Here you will find quality footwear that is atyle right. Your opportunity to purchase good footwear that will fit. Suedes, Kidskin, pumps, ties 5.95 Arch Support New Ties Molly Marvel Arch support shoes are very good in style, quality, and fit, also pumps and ties, in kid, suede, patent and calfskin. 3.95 Smart Ties and Pumps The smartest style footwear obtainable, a group of thirty styles from our better lines, suede and kid in Brown and Black. Values to $8.50. 5.95 Better Cotton Prints Where else can onu find these fine quality prints, such an array of new patterns. AH the new colorings, while they last 19c New Cotton Tweeds Something different that will fashion a smarter dress for school or street wear. Plaids and diagonals, Brown, Navy, Wine New Plaid Suitings Such a selection of the smart new colorings and popular pattjrn.s. For Smarter dresses. Navy, Brown Drt't.i, Wine ... 39c 1.49 Silks and Satins lovely new flks, mci'i'.'np Fnile and Satin. They solve the d^ess problem. Black, Bro .in. 4 Navy and Grey • Wanted Fine Woolens Including 54 in. wool crepe and wool tweeds for smart service dresses. Brown, Wine, Red, Navy and Green Ruffled Curtains A Clearance of better quality curtains. Here you will find unusual values. Many Styles and colors to select from Comforter Batts Here is a real good stitched half bleached comforter batt in large size JQ Qrk 72x90 stitched *ri»W Children's Slippers Of fine heavy, soft leather in moccasin styles—Insuring fit and service. Color Brown, sizes 8to2

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