The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 17,1937 Swea City Traveler* Get To California Swea twp.: Robert Bunje and June Larson of Swea City, Misses Beulan Gladstone, Juno Bierle and Lola Marlow of Lone Rock, have arriv«4 at Los Angeles, California, June 6th. Thejf left Swea City in Bunje's car Mpy 27th. They report a very enjoyable trip. Places of interest they have visited are: Black Hll i and Bad Lands, South Dakota; Salt Lake City, Utah; Katbab National Forest and jSion National Park, Arizona; Grand Canyon and Boulder Dam; Long Beach, California, and Catalina Islands. The party broke up at Los Angeles, where each one will visit with friends and relatives in California, returning later this summer. He May Say- "Don't Do It:" But He Doesn't Mean It. DAD IS HUMAN TOO- Sunday, June 20 Is Your Opportunity to Please Him Special Fathers Day Neckwear $ 1.00 Shirts By Manhattan - $ 2.OO Hats By Lee - - - - - $ 3.86 Slippers By Thompson $ 2.46 Pajamas $ 1.96 Spaulding Golf Equipment And Hundreds of Other DAD'S DAY GIFTS FREE GIFT BOXES M* ALWAYS OOUU M| Sunday and Monday, June 20-21 TWO FEATURES 21c OUTSTANDING ENTERTAINMENT! Married to a Million . . . Hungry for a Dime's Worth of Love! and dancing in her firs musical romance !j Jean...teamed with' "The Thin Man" in 1935'9 most rousing melody-drama of myriad wonders! * HAR10W WILLIAM POWELL FRANCHOT TONE:' • MAY HOBSON * fyM1 \LY • NAT PENDUTON • ROBERT LIGHT ftodactd by D»vld O. Sellnick Dlitcttd by Victor FUmlna Plus Jimmy Ellison in "23i Hour* Leave" It's Fun All the Way Tuesday, June 22—Extended Run Clark Gable and Myrna Loy in I "PARNELL" * Price* IW» Attraction lOo-Mo 2Vfr. and Mrs. J. G. Hardyk motored to Sac City Saturday to visit relatvies over the week end. Mrs. John Hoffman and little son, George of Leon, Iowa, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Asher. Gtertrnde Kuchenrenther return- in the Bell Telephone office after a two weeks' vacation spent with relatives in Tltonka. Lorraine Reed of Iowa Falls arrived Monday morning for a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs.: Raymond L. Beamish. W. E. Reynolds, assistant director of procurement at Washington, D. C., stopped in Algona Tuesday to Inspect the new post office. Ruth Jones of Livermore arrived Tuesday for a few days' visit with her sisters, Mrs. Delmar McFadden and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Mr, and Mrs. Antone Anderson left Wednesday morning for two months at Pine River, Minnesota. Their cottage will be located on Wabedo Lake. Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton returned Monday from Minneapolis, where they had spent a few days visiting the judge's niece, Mrs. Henry Peterson. Doris Silvers, waitress m the Pierce Cafe, returned Saturday after a week's vacation spent visiting her sister, Thelma Silvers, in Kansas City, Missouri. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner visited Rev. Rlchmann at Burt Sunday evening. Rev. Richmann, who had been suffering from a throat infection is improving nicely. Mrs. Rose Barto, Miss Dorothy Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Will Buenger and daughter and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at West Bend last Sunday. Pauline Van Horn spent the week end in Mason City visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Osborne and with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Van Horn. Pauline is the nurse employed in Dr. Janse's office. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and son, Roy, were week end visitors at the home of Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker In Sioux City. Mr. Walker attended a sales meeting at the Kennedy & Parsons plant in Sioux City. Maxlne Montag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag of West Bend is a guest this week of her cousins, Ruth Ann, Rosemary and Catherine Duffy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mr. Duffy and Mrs. Montag are brother and sister. Mrs. Sam Bloom and daughter, Bertha, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garfleld and infant son of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom, Sunday. Mrs. Sam. Bloom is Joe's mother, and Mrs. | Garfleld and Bertha are his sisters. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McKee of Wausau, Wisconsin, and Mrs. H. C. Shipman of Mason City were guests of Ruth McKee, Tuesday. Mrs. Shipman is a grandmother and Mr. McKee is an uncle of the latter. Mr. McKee Is secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Wausau. Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, returned last week Monday from Cedar Rapids after visiting a week with friends. Mrs. Marie Jackson of Peorla, Illinois, arrived Monday and will spend the next two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chet Holt Mr. and Mrs. E. C Sprague spent Sunday at Grinnell where they were the guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayberg. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family took Ruth Anderson to her home In Spencer, Sunday. Ruth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Anderson of Spencer. She had been a guest of Mary Joan Anderson for a week. Reed and Homer Anderson are brothers. Mrs. Skimmer Miller, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse, drove to Ames Saturday to take the doctor's little dog, Coacher to the clinic. The dog had been ill for several days. Mrs. Miller and son, Phillip Thomas, will visit the former's parents during the summer. Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm and daughter, Arlene, of Crystal Lake, and Mrs. James Slattnow and son, Larry Kay, of Iowa Falls were guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson. Mrs. Soner- holm is Mrs. Anderson's mother, and Arlene Sonerholm and Mrs, Slattnow are her sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Standley of Boone were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Mrs Standley is an aunt of Mrs. Genrich. Saturday afternoon, the two women and Mrs. Delmar McFadden drove to Livermore to attend a prenuptial shower given by Mr.s C. E. Jones for her daughter, Ruth. Ruth is a sister of Mrs. Genrich and Mrs. McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker and the latter's mother, Mrs. Matilda Johnson, and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Johnson ol Denver, Colorado, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly of Wesley, and Mrs. K. R. Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, drove to Clear Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Ferguson is a sister of Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Haverly. Mrs. Skimmer Miller drove to Mason City, Sunday evening, where she met her mother, Mrs. P. V. Janse, who had been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. B. Mason at Fort Madison from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Janse had driven as far as Oklahoma City with Skimmer Miller who was returning homa from a visit here at the Janse home and from there went to Fort Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons and Helen and Phyllis Parsons will leave Sunday for a week's vacation trip in the Black Hills in South Dakota. Vic Parsons is employed at the Druggists Mutual Insurance Company, Mrs. Parsons at Kruse & Blossom Insurance Agency, Helen in the Iowa State Bank and Phyllis Is stenographer for Sullivan McMahon & Llnnan. Helen Chubb assisted in the Kruse-Blossom office this week, and will be there next week during Mrs. Parsons' absence. Judge W. B. Quarton drove to Eldora Wednesday on a business trip. Mr. and MTU, Frank Matties of Ames were Algona visitors, Wednesday evening. Dick Coffin left Sunday for Des Moines where he will spend two weeks taking some training in the Reserve Officers Association. Vera Morris and Alice May Schumacher of Ames, who are teachers, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns, Wednesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams of Lakota are attending the Twin Lakes Medical meeting today (Thursday 1 . Lewis Ferguson spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Lewis Is employed as technical foreman in forestry in the CCC camp at Ames. Sir. and Sirs, Floyd Pierce and daughter^ Mrs, Eldon Lindstrom and Mrs. Dick Cowan drove to Fort Dodge, Tuesday afternoon on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Henry Kuhtman and her daughter moved last week from their farm near Irvlngton and are now occupying the former Dr. M. G. Bourne home which they recently purchased. Mr. and Airs. Dell Leneagh and two sons and Lorraine Palmer left for northern Wisconsin Monday morning for a two weeks fishing trip. Mr. Leneagh is an advertising salesman. Sirs. Frank Burton left Thursday for Anderson, Indiana, where she will visit her mother. Mr. Burton is government inspector on the post office building, and will be here until it is completed. Ed Cullen, who is employed at the Kohlhnas & Spilles hardware, and Henry Steiner, a former Algon- fan who is now employed at Harlan, left Saturday on a ten day trip to Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt drove to Des Moines Sunday to meet their son, Jimmie, who was returning from a two weeks' visit at Fort Madison with his grandfather, Lee Holt. They returned Monday. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and daughter, Sheila, left Wednesday for Manhattan Beach on Lake Okoboji, where they will enjoy the rest of the week at the cottage of the former's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly of Emmctsburg. John Michael Keneflck left on the train Tuesday night for Eagle Grove where he will spend two weeks with his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ken- efick. He Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick. James Elbert received an Injury to his left eye. Tuesday when some steel flew Into it from the car on which he waa working in Vic's Tire Shop. He received medical attention and three pieces of steel were removed Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pelteymounter and daughter. Lois of Chicago visited Algona friends last week end. They had been visiting Swea City and Buffalo Center relatives and were on their way to eastern Nebraska where they were to visit with more relatives. Sara Neellng and Helen McMahon who were injured about three weeks ago in an automobile accident in Ventura were able to re'.urn home Sunday and are able to be about and down town. They have been In the Mercy hospital at Mason City since the accident. Charles Stevenson, son of Mrs. Theo. Herbst, visited at the Herbst home from Friday until Tuesday. when he left for Minneapolis for a few days instruction in the Northrup-King Seed Company. He will travel this summer in Wisconsin and Missouri for the company. Sir. and Sirs. Charley Witham and two daughters arrived Monday from their home In Valley City, North Dakota, for a week's visit with the Witham family here. Charley ia an old Algona boy who settled in North Dakota 25 years ago and prospered with the country. Valley City is 50 miles west of Fargo, and in the most fertile part of the state, and has grown to about 5.000 population since Charley located there. Ladies' and Men's Tailoring Suits—Coats Skirts REMODELING REPAIRING RELINING iClopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers You'll Enjoy One of Our La Rue Wireless One-Minit Waves Not a dry, kinky wave—but a Beautiful, aoft. natural looking wave as only the Morrison Shop can give them. We have been giving these waves over a year and guarantee results. Two operators with twelve years experience. MORRISON BEAUTY SHOP Phone 279 Algona, In. A MODEL HOME Ask Us About Financing Arrangements It's How You Live That Counts IF YOU INTEND TO BUILD . . . Consult our home planning expert, Mr. E. W. Hansen, for advice concerning any phase of home planning, remodeling or modfrniz- ing. His servk.v is offered free, and iniludes plans ind estimates for any type of construction. See our selection of plans for homes of all sizes; you'll (iiid many suggestions for your own home! No charges for any service. Hundreds visited our model home on south Jones Street during open house Tuesday, and voiced their praise and approval. It was a pleasure to note the keen interest shown, and we realize more than ever the opportunity we have to be of building service in this community. Botsf ord Lumber Co L Phone 256 Jim PCM 1 rvn urn SALE 1936 Chev. Master Coach, clean, low mileage 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe Two 1933 Chevrolet Master Coaches 1931 Pontiac Sedan 1930 Pontiac Sedan 1931 Model A Ford Coach 1930 Model A Ford Coach 1930 Buick Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Four-door Four Late Model Trucks These cars are all serviced and ready to go. We need the room. WE TRADE EASY TERMS KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Phone 200 N. Dodge St. :S, M'AMT •^'fff IT PAYS TO *mSHOP AT IGA I 18K Fancy CATSUP . . Carol Sweet PICKLES . . Von Camp's Pork ft BEANS . . Regal Tomato JUICE . . . IGA Fancy Sweot POTATOES Thompson'* SeedleM RAISINS . . 18 K Tuble Sweet PEAS . . . KM KIM] Kidney BEANS . . Murhmore PRUNES . . 14 oz. bottle 15c . 22 oz. jar 23c . 5 med. cans 29c . . 50oz.tin25c . , No. 2 can lOc . . 21b.pkg. 17c . No. 2 can 15c . . No. 2 can lOc . . 4 Ibs. 25c DESSERT PWDR. 3 pkgs. 13c Much-more COCOA 2 Ib. pkg. K; A [Beverages 3 Bottles 24c IGA Lemon Juice 8 oz 13c Calif. Mustard or Tonwto Sauce Sardines 2-15oz tin 19c 10 A Fruit Pectin 2 19c Two No. 1 tall cans Pilchards . . . . 15c Elbow Macorni . 2 Ibs. 15c MEATS Pork Cutlets . Ib. 25c Calf Hearts .. Ib. 13c Iii>iiflf!>s Fresh Ham Roast . Ib. 27c Voting Beef Roast .lb.21c Hot, California Fi.AKO Veg Shortening Ib. 17c New Spuds pk. - - 29c Oranges 2 Doz. - - 29c Bananas 3 Ib. - - - 19c BALDWIN Food Market Your I. G. A. Grocer Phone 355 FREE DELIVERY SIMES

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