The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 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 26, 1937
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Bancroft Juniors Play Winnebago, Cedar Rapids Nine •A baseball tour of the Bancroft Jflnfor Legion team resulted In one van and one defeat for the Kossuth bbys who returned home to play atod defeat Oowrle, Wednesday, at Bancroft, 10 and 5. They play a t Humboldt today. •Saturday, the Bancroft stars meet Winnebago, southern Minnesota junior champs, at Lakota's Sauerkraut Day, and ort Sunday, a special game has been arranged to be held at Bancroft, with the locals" 'meeting the state championship Cedar Rapids team, starting at 1:30 p. m. On the road trip, just completed Bancroft defeated Eau Claire, Wis., 3 to I, and at St. Paul, Monday, they lost a close one, 16 and 15, after go- Ing into the last inning with a six run lead. A dust storm that came up suddenly allowed a late rally by St. Paul. The games Saturday and Sunday should be stem-winders, with Bancroft playing two of the topnotch teams in the north central states. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26,1937 END OF SEASON SALE September first brings on the new season. Just a few odd lots to clean up before fall. DftESSES Lftclies' and children's Cotton dresses sold $1.50 to 50c DRESSES 25 Silk chiffon, lace and formal dresses $ 2.00 HOSE Dropped colors of Rollins fine silk hose, sold to 79c 49c DRESSES 35 sheer cotton linen and silk dresses, sold to $4 SANDALS 30 pair of ladies' and children's sandals, sold to $2.50 50c HOSE Dropped colors in Rollins better silk hose, sold to $1.25 79c KRESENSKY'S There's these Quaranteed at advertised in Qood Housekeeping ARCH Styled to suit the taste of the most discriminating coed.. .with the firm arch support demanded by her mother! In every new color... Sizes 2H to lO...AAAAtoE!* ...the newest for Fall!... ... slim rows of satin braid spiral upward to give this smart side-tie an even higher effect! Not too formal for afternoon... not too tailored for evening! Black or Coffee Brown .... * with satin braid 3.50 and 4.00 Guaranteed at advertiied in Qood Housekeeping t Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES Little Shirley Elbert, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert, under went a tonsilectomy, Saturday. Mrs. John Beiser and her sister in-law, Mrs. Eva Deim, took a pleasure trip to Fort Dodge, Mon day. Mrs. Evart Eyres and her son Phillip Charles, were guests las week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. W. Bergfleld. Alice and Mabte Zeigler spen Sunday at the Edw. Pickbaum hom< at Whittemore. Alice is the offici nurse for Dr. C. D. Schaap. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burton speni last week end at Clear Lake. Mr Burton is the government inspector at the new post office in Algona. Dana N. Hoffman returned to his home at LeMars, Wednesday, after being a ^uest for a week at the home of his son and wife, Dr. am Mrs. Karl Hoffman. Mr. and Sirs. H. V. Hull with the children, Patricia and Harry, Jr. returned Saturday from a two weeks' vacation trip. They visltet Mrs. Hull's parents, Mr. and Mrs O. C. Hull at Kellerton. Gladys Paetz began work Monday helping out at the Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency. Gladys was formerly employed at the Sioux City Seed Company which recently moved its offices to Mankato, Minnesota. Marlon Rising of Dps Molnea spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. -R. Rising. Marion Is employee in the offices of the Western Mutua Fire Insurance Company at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst ant children returned Sunday from a week's vacation trip at Little Boy Lake in northern Minnesota. Theo had a week's vacation from the Algona Insurance Agency where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Little, Jr., at Humboldt, The men are brothers. The former Mr. Little is the manager of the local Klassie Motor Sales garage. Mr .and Mrs. Carl Pearson and her brother, Stanley Greincr, drove to Big Stone, South Dakota, Sunday to get their sister, Mrs. Evan Finnell, who had been visiting a Brother and sister, Frank and Oleva Vfnthcls, for ten days. ilnmcs and Kuth Erupting of Dps VIoines spent Wednesday night at the Albert Granzow home. Tuesday night friends of Mr. and Mrs. ranrow, Elbert Senger, and his son, George, of Oxford, Mississippi, were guests at their home. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. OToole and children of LeMars and Dr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Tooie of Eagle Grove were guests Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman. They had dinner at the Country Club. Mrs. L. C. O'Tooie Is a sister of Dr. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Larson, Lewis Olson, and Mrs. Hattle Larson ol Algona attended the seventh Larson family reunion held at the Olson Park at Fort Dodge, Sunday August 22. There were 140 people n attendance at the picnic dinner and business meeting which followed. H. T. Bunkofitke and his brother-in-law, Harold Finn of Chicago left Tuesday for a vacation fishing at Horseshoe Lake, Minnesota. The Finn family have been guests of the Bunkofskcs for the past week. Mrs. Finn is a sister of Mrs. Bunkof- flke. Mr. Finn is employed by the International in Chicago. Mrs. t. E. Potter spent la*t week with relatives in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson are vacationing in Illinois this week Aria Bakken resumed her duties at the James drug store, Monday morning after a week's vacation. Bert Stock left Tuesday for Hav anna, North Dakota, to look after some farm interests he has there. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fransham of Perry, Iowa, were callers at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce and Mrs. Harold Cosgrove drove to Des Moines Wednesday on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burton spent Sunday at West Bend. Mr. Burton is the government Inspector at the new post office building. ....Mrs. George Hohn and son, Arnold from Morristown, Minnesota, spent the week end at Algona visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Ann Fechner and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Pooch left Monday on a ten day trip to Duluth, Port Arthur and other points of interest. Mrs. R. A. Hunter and son, Linn, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Clear Lake where they were guests of Mrs. H. E. Falkenhainer. Mrs. Francis Lonergan of Council Bluffs arrived Sunday for a week or two with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter and other relatives. Willis Colwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colwcl), returned to business college at Des Moines, on Sunday, after a two weeks' vacation at home. Dorothy Hutchison of Evanston, Illinois, will arrive this week end to spend a few weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Evans and children, Bobbie and Janet of Wyman, Iowa, spent the week end with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold will spend the week end at Lakota visiting her mother, Mrs. William Aalderks and will also attend Sauerkraut Day, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wrniprscn and family of LuVcrne guests of Mr. and Harvester Company Pauline Dflnt of Shelliyville, Kentucky, ami Shirley Ann Berg of ' SWOH City spent from last week Sunday until Wednesday visiting at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Eva Deim, and at the home of their uncle, John Beiser. Puuline lives only 30 miles from last winter's flood area in Kentucky. Little. Carroll Grootvrg and Mar- jorle Van Houte, Boyden, who had visited the Albert Grooters family for a week, returned home on Thursday on the train. This was a real treat as moat children now do not have the pleasure of train rides because of the great number of automobiles. Carroll returned home Friday morning. IOWA Wide Range Sound Kooler Alre Cooling 2 Features 21c Jet the Iowa Habit, It's Thrifty! Now Thru Saturday Tim McCoy (Western) "ACES & EIGHTS" plus Wm. Bakewell in "DANGEROUS HOLIDAY" Sun.-Mon., Aug. 29-30 HARRY CARiY DUOCM MMAIDO SECOND FEATURE Ann Dvorak Wm. Trent in NO LADY' were dinner Mrs. Lloyd Muckey Sunday. Mr.' Wcrmcrsen s a brother of Mrs. Muckey. Adrii Yoeiiutn begun working for D. L. McDonald Monday morning tohn Frankl, former stenographer 'or Mr. McDonald, will attend the Iowa State College at Ames this ear. Sir*. R. H. Miller and her niece, }onnabelle Merron, drove to Es- herville, Sunday, and visited until Tuesday with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson and other relatives. Kathleen Evans, daughter of Dr. .nd Mrs. R, A. Evans, has been ac- :epted and will enter the Kohler system of nurses training at Rochester, Minnesota. She will leave next week Tuesday. Guest* at the home of Mrs. Earl GriTffith are her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carol Delaichmutt and daughter, Caroline and niece, Marjorte Jordon of Glenwood, Iowa, who came Sunday for a week's visit. Helen Corey i* taking her vacation this week from the Lnthrop & Weaver abstract office and is spending it at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mallory and Mrs. H. E. Falkenhainer. Wayne. Moore and Lawrence. Hutchlns were at Ames, Sunday and Monday, milking preparations to enter the Iowa State College. Wayne Moore has been employed at the Jnmes drug store and recently resigned. Dr. mid .Mrs. I* \V. Fox and son, Billy Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and two children, and Helen Schultz returned Saturday from Tabor where they had been since Monday attending the Sidney rodeo. Craig Vlnpon of C'onde, South Dakota, hitch-hiked here, starting Sunday, and arriving Tuesday. He will visit for a week at the home of his uncle, Dow Laidley. He vis- ted Monday with his grandfather, John Vinson at Hartley. Aim. Daniel Kelly of EnuneUburg and her alter, Mrs. F. X. Pendarvig of Houston, Texas, were guests of Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Kelly is Mrs. Sullivan's mother, and Mrs. Pendarvls is visiting Mrs. Kelly's home at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kuhn of Burt and Gayle Jergensen will drive to Chicago Friday morning, and spend a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Fred Ward and family, former Algona residents. Mrs. Ward is the aunt of Mrs. Kuhn and Gayle. Gayle is employed at the Pierce cafe. Mm. John Nordstrom and daughter, Lillie, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman left last week end for Kenora, Ontario, where Mrs. Nord- strom'a sister lives. This will be the first time that she has seen her aister in 32 years. They are also stopping at Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Nordstrom's daughter, Mrs. L. J. Houley. M. J. Mi-Cull, local becretary of the Civil Service Commission, attended a meeting of the local secretaries of the civil service commission of Iowa, Saturday at Ames. There were 65 offices represented. Mrs. M. J. McCall accompanied her husband and went lo Des Moines where ahe visile.1 her daughter, Catherine, who is employed in that city. A. M- Jasperoon left for hi* home in Glendale, California, Wednesday morning after being here ten days because of the accident causing injury to his son, KJnicr Juapt'i'soii. Mrs. Jaspcrson will remain here for a longer visit. This is the first trip back to Algona in six years for . Mr. Jaspersun. He formerly lived in Ihis vicinity for 50 years. Elmer was released from the hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. Mue Grupotte and 5lr. and Mrs. Robert Featherstone and their daughter, Kay Francis, arrived on Thursday for a visit with Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Featherstone U a daughter of Mrs. Grappotu and Mrs. McMuhon U a sister of Mrs. GiappotU. The Itttter's home in in Sao Antonio, Texas and aha ha* been vuiiting tfaa Featharntones at their home in Omaha, and will now make an extended vuUt h«re. The S"eath»r»tonM returned to their home, Sunday. Adorlmm McOnire left Friday night for her home at Des Moines after a two weeks' visit with her friend, Gertrude Zender. Mr. and Mr*. Rnlph Rnney ol Chicago were dinner guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert last week Tuesday evening. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs G. C. Barton were their friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Cnrnahan and children, Ronald and Jcnn of Quimby, Iowa. Mr. «nd Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, were guests at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tnylor at Humboldt last week Wednesday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Duffy and eldest daughter, Ruth Ann, spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines. Mr. Duffy, county treasurer, had gone down on business. Mrs. Albert Orooters and her children, James nnd Carroll, went to Preston. Minnesota, Friday to visit the James Grooters. Mr. Grooters is in the Cities Service employ here. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl and Lula Kohl were guests at a 8:30 Sunday evening dinner party at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Kohl in Union township. Rosemary nnd Knlherlne Duffy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. St J. Duffy spent from Sunday until Wednesday at Whittemore visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Seeley have rented their house to Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer for a year, and will leave in a new Oldsmobile about September 1 for San Antonio, Texas, where they will make their home for a year. Joyce Chrlstensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen, returned home Monday from Madera, California, where she has been visiting relatives since June 1. Joyce will attend Grinnell College at Grinnell this fall. Huldah Peete of Mount Vermin, who hns been a guest for the past week of Mary Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, returned to her home, Wednesday. The girls were classmates at Cornell College at Mount Vcrnon. Mrs. Robert Lrnson, Algnnn. and icr daughter, Mabel, ico'impnnied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leiiron, Hurt, :o Minneapolis, Saturday, to visit the cider Mrs. Lcnson's son. Marcel, who is a state grain impe'to:- there. The group returned Monday. Mrs. Fred Fretlrricksnn, Buite, Montana, who is n daughter of Mrs. Helen Dickinson, met ner husband at Minneapolis, Sunday. Mr. Frcd- erikson had been on a buying trip to New York, and from there they started on their homeward trip. Mrs. Cecil Harsch and daughter, Mary, left Wednesday for their home in Long Beach, California, after a three weeks' visit In Kossuth county with relatives and friends. Mrs. Harsch will be better remembered as Charlotte Baker, a niece of Dr. L. G. Baker. She made her home with the Bakers for several years and attended high school here. Her son, Dean, remained at home with his father. Mrs. Harsch accompanied some friends who were visiting at Osslan. Mrs. L. E. Potter Is ill «t her home suffering from gall bladder trouble. Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Sorenson nnd sons of Minneapolis came Friday evening to visit the latters's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Cooper. Orville, Mary, and Gladys SchultJ! are spending this week at Knoxville. lown. visiting friends. Orville Is employed at the Sorensen drug store. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. R. Ilutsell nnd family will move September 1 to the Earl Mason house on McGregor street. Mr. Hutscll is manager of the McCormick-Deering store. Mrs. Fred P. Busrh of Plntts- mouth. Nebraska, came Sunday for a week's visit with her aunt. Mrs. Lnura Long. Mrs. Busrh was formerly Pearl Bingaman, and lived here a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Irelmi anil daughter, Jo Ellen nnd Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agnrd will drive to Des Moines this week end to attend the lown State Fair. They will also visit relatives. ir. nnd Mrs. E, L. Rlelmrdson nnd daughters. Eileen. Lnvonne nnd Mary Jane of Lebanon, Oregon, vis- tcd the former's mother. Mrs. Mnry Richardson and sister, Mrs. Clyde Cooper during the past week. John Llnnnn nnd daughter, Mnr- garet, of Maurice visited their son nnd brother, L. E. Llnnan, Tuesday. Margaret is nn instructor In the University of Washington at Pullman, Washington, and is home on her vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Joynt will move to Emmetsburg the first of September. Mr. Joynt has been stntion ngcnt at the Milwaukee depot for 13 years, and will hold the same position In Emmetsburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joynt will build a new home there next year. Mrs. A. D. Adams came Tuesday from her home in Des Moines for a week's visit with Algonn friends. The Adamses recently sold their home in Algonn to D. D. Monlux nnd have purchased n home in Des Moines. Dr. Adams will spend the week end here with his wife. Fred Kent, Fred Tlmin, G. F. Towne, John Hnggnrd nnd Eugene Murtngh drove to Clear Lnkc Tuesday afternoon nnd attended the inter-city meeting of the Rotary club nt the L.ikf Club. Golf in the afternoon was j followed by a bnnqtiet in the cvc- ning. Airs, l.nwsnn Reed nnd bnby daughter. Donnn Iviy, of Ch.ini- pnign. Illinois, nnd her sister. Eileen Amnn. who hns been visiting at the Rrcd home for n month, nr- rivcd Monday rvpning. Mrs. Reed will spend n few weeks visiting nt the home of her mother, Mrs. Jessie Amnn. Mrs. Wnllnre Clou- of Coldwnter. Michigan, nocompnnied them nnd will visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie Long, and other rel- ntives nnd friends for two or three weeks. They stopped nt Fort Dndgo nnd brought Thelmn Amnn home DANCE! to the Rhythm Club at V. F. W. HALL Algona Sat, August 28 We serve with experience and respectful understanding. LAIRD & McCULLOUGH Algonn Funeral Chapel Iowa TAILORING FOR Men and Women Wear clothes that fit you because they are made for you. REPAmiNG REMODELING REUNING CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmer's OUR PRICES HAVE NOT GONE UP Save $">() to $200 on Your Now Chrysler or Plymouth Hurry! Advance in priors exported today. Easy terms. Open evenings and (Sundays. Maxwell Motors A NEW FALL SUIT Tailored to Your Own Measurements Our new fall samples are better looking than ever. We invite you to look them over. It's not too early to make yom* selection now. MADSON & HANSON "The Home of Better Clothes" Clothes for boys Fall Clothes For Boys of ALL AGES! N r ow you can buy your Boy's Now Fall Wardrobe piece by piece. Each garment is priced separately and may be matched perfectly or mixed with a pleasing: contrasting pattern. When Buying the Reputable Jackie Jumper ;;ti'iiH'ii<symi can depend upon an exact match in both cnlor and fabric any time during the season. "Jackie Jumper" CoaU $5.00 Knickers $2.25 Slacks $2.95 Short* $1.50 Jacket* . . . . . . $2.85 Every original •J.U'KIE -H'MI'EK this label Topcoats $6.00 Jumpers $1.95 Jumpers 98 C Fancy Broadcloth Boys' School Shirts . . . 59c The HUB Clothiers Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds

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