The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 5, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 5, 1937 bthtt Low Fares »«.Ww \M Angeles $Z«.'J5 San Francisco $86.75 Denver ... All this included in your trip Salt Lake City .919.05 Chicago ..._ 57.75 New York $1MO tot BUS DEPOT Algona Hotel Phone 288 inTERSTflTETRRnSITLIIIES Miss Harriet Jenkins of Iowa City has been a guest since Satur- ay of Mrs. R. B. Waller. Phyllis Mathes, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Prank Mathes of Ames, s visiting with Algona friends. The Jerry Mectlands and Mrs. Minnie Heetland of Lakota were juests at the A. W. Behrends home', Sunday. Mrs. H. G. Wagner of Buffalo Center spent the past ten days as a guest of her sister, Mrs. M. W. 'erguson. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Petttt left for Denver, Friday, for a business and pleasure trip. They will be gone LWO weeks. The Jerry Schutter family of West Bend and the Louis Heetlands of Renwick called at the Tom Dailey home, Sunday. Elizabeth Mergen left today (Thursday) to visit for two weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen of near Whittemore. Betty Lou Townc and Eleanor LaBarre spent Tuesday on the Reaper farm helping their friend, Bernice Reaper, cook for threshers. Mrs. H. W. Miller returned ihome today (Thursday) after two weeks at Owatonna visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kuckenbecker. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Totten of Forest City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robinault, Sunday. Mrs. Totten and Mrs. Robinault are sisters. Esther Pratt, Marlon Corey, Isabelle Greenberg, Betty Edge and Theodora Larson will spend next week vacationing in a cottage at Clear Lake. Doris Silvers returned from Webster City last week Wednesday after n week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers. Mrs. T. F. OUalre, Mrs. Forrest Twogood and June and Helen Corey were week end guests of Mrs Harold Falkenhainer at the latter's cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles nnd Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne Mr and Mrs. Carl Vohs and tarn- Mr. *nd Mr*. N«rnwn Elliott of ily Janice. Carol Jean and James. CMrMO .pen Thursday andI Friday ' M -« nr-.f o.«^ „„,* thn rWmpr's in A eon a visiting the latter a uncie, Mrs. Helen Peters of Burt was in Algona Wednesday on business. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. S<>anlan werP dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman, Sunday. Mrs. Adam Luchsinger of Whittemore is visiting Mrs. D. L. Driver here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall drove to Decorah, Sunday. Don Jay Tubbesmg of Mason City arrived Monday evening for a few days' visit with his cousin, Bobbie MacDougall. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Crapser are moving to Eagle Grove. September 1, where Mr. Crapser is employed as a mechanic in a garage. Mrs. Maurice McMahon received a painful bruise on her left foot, Monday evening at supper time, when she spilled hot grease on it. Mary Helen Neary of Omaha Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs Eugene McMahon. She is a niece of Mrs. McMahon. Mary Helen will be here until August 15 Wayne Brndfleld of Austin. Minnesota, spent the week end here with his wife, who is visiting this month with her mother, Mrs. B. P. all of West Bend, and the former's mother. Mrs. G. L. Vohs spent Tuesday at Mason City and Clear Lake. Carlyle Becker drove to Fort; Dodge Friday to a Jewel Tea meet- Ing. Carlyle has resigned his job with the Elk Cleaners and will now net as salesman for the Jewel Tea Company. Mrs. Clyde Smith and daughter, Louise, will return home Sunday after making a week's visit with the former's brother. Ernest Pilcher. whose home Is near Fairmont, Minnesota. Betty Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. is spending a week or two at Des Moines with her friend. Frances Barker and other friends. Frances formerly lived in Algona. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Lynk and son will attend the Wollie family reunion to be held in the Weier cottages at Lake Okoboji, Sunday. There will be about 18 in attendance as it is for the immediate family only. I enjoyable in Algona visiting the latter's uncle, O. Madson. Mrs. Elliott will bo remembered as Herdis Mailnnrt. who hns visited here a number of times. Lucille LcrTler I* home from n two week's vacation spent at Cresco with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leffler and with friends in Minneapolis. Lucille is a beauty operator at the Grace Drcesman Beauty parlor. Mr. rtrtd Mrs. Malt Mnrtha, Blue F,nrth, who IfVed here four years B£0 when Mr. Murtha wns connected with the International Harvester Company, moved back to Algona, Friday, nnd are located in the Jennie Thompson property at 518 East Call. Miss Rnth I-unrt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, is home from a two weeks' vacation visit with friends at Freemont, Indiana. During her visit she accompanied n party for an auto excursion into Canada and Detroit which was very >WWWWOW>WWWV^^^^ WATERMELON DAY Wednesday, August llth Meet Your Friends at Our Store COAST-TO-COAST STORE | JOE BLOOM fo«tOftW<gO-CKeg09KteT^^ WWWVWVYWJW^^ Dexter Ace Washer A sturdy model in tbe low- priced class. It is substantial ail the way through and a mighty efficient washer, too. ^4hf£Ji&&tfh^&ijfei3£^& : ^& «WNfi#S^l!aES^a^^^ '"cbatecT vitreous enameled tub, corrugated, die-cast aluminum "Flexator" of the approved, French type. Improved pressed-steel wring with safety release and balloon rolls. were guests Sunday afternoon o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton a thejr Clear Lake cottage. Irnm Dee Phillips returned San day night from a week's vacation spent with friends in Mason City and Des Moines. She is employed in the Marigold Shoppes. O. S. Rellcy, secretary of the local Chamber of Commerce, spent from Sunday until Wednesday attending the state convention of the American Legion at Des Moines. Ilene Aman, daughter of Mrs. Jessie Aman, Is spending a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Lawson Reed at Champaign, Illinois. Mrs. Reed will be remembered as June Adele Aman. Theodora Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson, arrived Monday morning for a month's vacation to be spent with her parents. She I la a student nurse at St. Luke's hospital in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllles and three sons, Ted, Julian and Jack, will leave Sunday for a trip to Glacier National Park via Yellowstone. They will be gone 10 days or two weeks. Benson. Mr. Bradfield is employed in the Botsford lumber offices at Austin. Norrlnc Greiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Greiner, returned Saturday from Big Stone City. South Dakota. She had visited there since Wednesday with her brother and sister, Frank and Oleva Mathets. Dennis Pratt took hi* wife and daughter, Betty Jean to Sumner, Sunday for n week with Mrs. Pratt s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I Traeger. Mr. Pratt went on to Ames on a business mission and returned Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Arndorfer and son, Russell, and Marge Pertell returned to their homes in Milwaukee last, week Thursday. They were house guests of Mrs. P. J. Greiner for a week. Mrs. Arndorfer is a sister- in-law of Mrs. Greiner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie, and Lola Kohl attended the Iowa Coast-to-Coast picnic at View Lake. Iowa, Sunday. The day was spent viewing the new fall merchandise. Over 190 store owners and their families attended. Mr. and >lrs. E. W. Lusby and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Hutchins re turned Sunday evening from a week's vacation trip which took them to Port Arthur and Fort Williams. Canada. They returned via Cass Lake and other Minnesota lake points. Mrs. Frank Maklnster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and daughters, Lucille, Dorothy and Patricia Ann of Waterloo spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer. Mrs. Makinster is Mrs. Strayer's sister, and Mrs. Brown is her niece. Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Bohannon and son, Billy, left Monday for Los Angeles, California, where they will make their permanent home. Mr. Bohannon resigned his position at the Kossuth Mutual Insurance offices and his place was filled by Donald Parsons. Models equipped for electri power models. c or motor or .50 $ 54 Kohlhaas & Spilles gard, Forrest Twogood 'and Lawrence Flndley are off to Lake Cort de O'Rellles, near Hayward, Wisconsin, for a ten days' fishing vacation at the Falkenhainer cottage. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and family and Hannah Heetland of Lakota were dinner guests at the Tom Dallcy home, Sunday. Their daughters, Arliss, Fanchon and Faustina remained for a few days' visit. rWVWVWWWWVW TAILORING Suits — Coats Skirts Made to your own measurements. You know they will fit. Repairing — Befitting Bemodelinr Clopt on The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmer's Iowa City whera they have been during the summer weeks. Mr. McDowell is principal of the Atgona high school, ind has been attending the University of lowu, attaining an advance degree. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and daughter, Joyce, returned Sunday evening from their vacation trip. They visited a cousin of Mr. Sterling at St. Louis, and traveled in southern Indiaim. Upon their return htcy visited Mr. Sterling's sister and brother, at Earlville, Illinois, and spent Sunday with friends at Cedar Falls. Lola Kohl will leave Sunday for St. Paul for a ten day or two week's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohl and Dick Kohl. The men are her brothers. She will accompany the Harvey Kohls into northern Minnesota and Duluth for a week'a fishing and pleasure trip. Lola is employed at the Coast-to-Coa»t store. Betty Iverson, 19, suffered a gashed lip, loss of a front tooth and other bruises when she fell down the bottom flight of the basement V stairs at the August Huenhold home. She had been hanging clothes outdoors in the sun and apparently was blinded when she came inside. Betty and her sister Mary Lou of Clinton are spending the summer months with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. 1935 Master Chevrolet Coach. Low mileage and clean. 20,000 miles See these used cars on display at our garage. 1934 Master Chevrolet Coupe, reconditioned 1934 Deluxe V-8 Sedan 1933 V-8 Ford Coupe, refinished 1932 V-8 Ford Coach, new tires, runs good Three Late Model Trucks Several cheaper jobs—$25 up Come in and check with us on prices on mechanical work, body and fender work. Painting. Kossuth Motor Co. Phone m N ' Dodge Street ALWAYS COOt- Now showing thru Saturday TWO FEATURES 21c Allen Walbrook and Elizabeth Allen in Jules Verne's "Michael Strogoff" "The Soldier and The Lady" SECOND FEATURE Bob Livingston in "Roarin' Lead" Sunday and Monday, August 8-9 The Musical Treat! Reissued Jack Benny, Eleanor Powsll, Robert Taylor in "Broadway Melodrama of 1936" COMPANION FEATURE Arthur Treacher and Patricia Ellis in "Step Lively Jeeves" Tue«d*y and Wednesday, Aug. 19-U . Watermelon Day Wedne*day. Continuous show from 11 o'clock. Mat iaee price* 10c-26c; Might 10c-3«c. Huriow't L*»t Sawn Production Clark table, Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore in "Saratoga" S TINE HAY FORK Regular Price Me Special 65* HAND DRILL Regular Pries $1.10 Special 89* KLEEN-QUICK AUTO MOP Regular Price 98c. Special Fountain Flow AUTO MOP Regular Price $1.46. Sale Price FREE Heavy Crest Inner Tube WITH EACH TRUCK TIME LUTED BELOW Cmt Truth THtt Nat. Adr. .,„ Lin Price Our Sato S1 " THEATRE Friday, August 6 Matinoc 2 p. m. OX Ot:R SCREEN Donald Woods, Jeamfe Madden in "Talent Scout" Movie about movie making. Behind the scenes in Hollywood. On Our Stage Evening Only Help us select Algona's "Most Popular nnd Cutest Little Girl"—between approximately 3 nnd 10 years of age-who will be known as "Little Miss Algona of 1937" Your applause decides the winner-see each lovely little girl as she appears—in our first Merchants' Junior Beauty Revue Algona's most progressive merchants are sponsoring winner to receive a beautiful silver loving cup—inscribed. LittU Algona of 1937: Nat. Adr. Lin Price Tire * Tube 6.00rfO(6Ply)... .ly)... TUBE FREE.... 30z 5 (8 Ply)..,. TUBE FREE. 34x6 (8 Ply).... 4 TUBE FREE 32x 6 (10 Ply)... TUBE FREE. $15.60 19. 25.40 D BARNARD, Managing Partner Pratt Electric Modern Dry Cleaners Marigold Beauty Shop Algonn Insurance Agency Kresensky's State Beauty Shop Bjustrom's Dutch's Super Service Borchardt's Drug Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Laing & Muckey Marie's Beauty Salon Don White's Cut Rate Grocery Phillips "66" Gamble Store F. S. Norton Lumber Hub Clothiers Brownell Shoe Co. K. D. James, Drugs Chrischilles Store . Milady's Beauty Salon Stock's School of Dance Moe & SJogren Grocery Kirsch's Laundry Richardson's Furniture Nelson Hardware Botsford Lumber Co. Hoenk Motor Service Pierce Cafe Sorcnsen Grocery Co. Maxwell Motors Foster Furniture Long's Food Shop Cummings 1 Store New Algona Hotel Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop Kent Motor Co. Algona Bottling Co. Evenings In Ciotnes That Are Fresh, Crisp and Cool After a hot day inside, you will enjoy an evening's recreation in clothes that have heeu freshly cleaned hy the Elk Cleaners. We aim to please. Phone o'JO for truck service, Stop iu and get acquainted with our new organ- izajion. ELK CLEANERS Xorman & Perry We Deliver BLUE COFFEE; GAS Ranges For Use with Propane <ias such as Thennogas, Skclgas, PhiIsas, Shcll- ane, etc. Acorn—Deluxe Model . . .$131.50 plus equipment Has Harper burners, Robertshaw oven regulator, daylight oven, condiment set. A beautiful range, cannot be excelled. L. & H.—Deluxe Model . $92.50 Mnki? This Your HEADQUARTERS for canning peaches agi4u this vear. Calif. Peaches $1 per box 1 You'll Ilk* th.-MI, rich, fnih flavor of Mv« "O" Coffoo. Call at this store for free salt for your watermelons, Watermelon Day, August 11 Watermelons each plus equipment Has speed and simmer burners. American over thermostat, (urge full insulated oven A value seldom offered. Norge—From Whittemore Stock $84.50 • [ilui. equipment ' This range especially priced and will not be on the floor lout; after this paper is distributed. Act now if you need a range. Acorn Rangette $45.00 ! plus equipment ' Three burners, large oven, buffet top. Here is a chance for a gas stove at a lour price. Thennogas (Propane Gas) can be used on any bottled gas equipment. We deliver any place in Kossuth county for $8.60 for a full 100 Ib. cylinder. The heat content and quality of Thenno- gas cannot be excelled. L. W. Swanson 111 State Street Cantaloupes 2 ..JSc THRESHING NEWS No. 10 tins, so called • gallons APRICOTS in syrup — 59c for Tomatoes 3 BANANAS 5 ,,. u 25c Ibs. CRISCO On. ......DI/C CHERRIES, No. 5 can, red" CHERRIES, No. 10, red PEACHES, sliced or halves __ PEARS No. 10 can 47c Ivory Soap __3 bars 19c Super Suds pkg. 9c can IGA Gelatine Dessert Powder 4 pkg. any flavor 17c Wheaties 2 for 21c IGA Milk -..tall can 7c lied Uipi: Tomatoes No 2, 3 for 25c Cracker Jack __3 for lOc Hilex, qt. 19c, gal 59c Dutch Cleanser 4 for 29c Peas, No. 2 can 2 for 19c Quality Meats at Fair Prices CAMAY SOAP 3, 16c 1 bars Tender Steak- Round Sirloin T-bone __lb. Pure groud beef 16c Young beef roast 20c Rolled prime rib 24c Baldwin Food Market Your IGA Grocery Phone 355 Free Delivery 13-A- STORES

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