The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 30,1937 MOr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Des Moines on business. MM. A. \V. Amunson and Mrs. H. It. GHmore went fishing near Rutland Wednesday. Re*, and Mrs. P. J. Brancr were guests at the home of John Hohenberger last Sunday evening. County Accorded J. J. Dooley and his nephew, Kenneth Dooley, of Algofta spent the week end visiting relatives at Fonda. AfifS. 8. ot French and daughter Mrs. Kermlt Setchell and children spent the week end at the George Elbert cottage at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and ft|rt. Jack Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Mads Matters of Rolfe wet* Sunday guests of Mr. fthd Mrt. Hanson. TTie women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, will move Friday, October 1. from their present home which Is In the Mrs T T Bohannon house on Worster street! into tjle Singer house on East Elm.' The latter house was recently remodeled Academy Party Academy Hall Monday, Oct. 3 8 o'clock CARDS DANCE LUNCH Proceeds to be used for athletic equipment. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg of Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones of Swea City were dinner guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. E. W. Lusby, Eugene Murtagh, Melzar Falkenhainer, K. D. James and Ben Sorensen attended a district druggists' meeting at Estherville last week, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul CVHern and baby daughter, Patty, Dell Schmidt and Lucille Bode of Fort Dodge were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Louis Bode home. Rev. nnd Sirs. P. ,J. Branor were entertained for dinner Friday at the home of Carl Pactz in honor of their daughters, Helen and Frieda, who were celebrating their birthday. R*v. and Mrs. P. J. Branor and Esther Geilenfeld drove to Forest City. Saturday to visit Alice Geilenfeld, who is operating a beauty parlor there. Alice has built up a fine business. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Perry are the parents of a baby son born at the Kossuth hospital, Friday, September 24. The little fellow has been named Richard. Mr. Perry is a partner in the Elk Cleaners. Mr. and Mr*. I,oui» Hclse and two children of Easton, Minnesota, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. They also visited the grotto at West Bend. Mr. Heise is Mrs. Lavrenz's brother. Mary Foster, who Is teaching music at Primghar, and two of her teacher- friends, Maxine Wellborn and Dorothy Fox, arrived Friday and visited until Sunday with Mary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Mrs. Ed Hanson and daughter, Laura, will take the former's son, Wade, to Minneapolis, Thursday (today) where he has enrolled for a course of study at the Dunwoodic Institute. Mrs. Hansen and Laura will then drive on to River Falls, Wisconsin, and pay a visit to Mrs. Hanson's sister-in-law, Mrs. F. R. Morse. Trad* in your old broom ior lOc when you buy one oi thtte new on«i. IGA SOAP GRAINS Lewis Lye can 9c IOA FANCY Household Cleanser 4 for 17c Camay Soap 4 for 23c Palmolive Soap __4 for 23c Woodbury's Soap _ _3 for 25c IGA Gloss Starch 9c Scrub Brushes ea. 9c IGA Sal Soda pkg. 7c Red "A" Coffee _.lb. 19c 2 Ibs. 37c IGA Tomato Juice __303 T lOc UK French Dressing 8 oz. 15c Softasilk Cake Flour __25c Salmon 2 tall tins 27c Milk 2 tall cans for 13c Bisquick, 40 oz. pkg. 29c Rainbow Broken Slico Pineapple No 2 can 17c Peaches 2 l / 2 size 21c Van Canip'« flve 15 oz. can* Pork and Beans 29c CLARION Corn 3 No. 2 cans 25c Sauerkraut -No. 2^ can 13c CAROL Salad Dressing _.qt jar 25c Naphtha Soap 5,_,19c for mam IGA Lye can 7c IGA SOAP Flakes IGA DELUXE Broom 89c NO-BUB Floor Wax Pint ean lilex Per qt. 5 Ibs. 25c .2forl5c 3 Ibs. 23c 4 for.25c BANANAS .... HEAD LETTUCE, large TOKAY GRAPES . . NEW GRAPEFRUIT . —fl '^TfJj TASTV Pl'BK l "•• ««ophuw. r«U Pork Sausage ^ Zc [ Delicious Rolled Veal Roast . . 22c Young Beef Roast 17c Wafer SI. Dried Beef, 4oz.pkg. lOc \ i Baldwin's Food Mkt. Your I. G. A. Grocer Phone 355 • I-G-A- STORES Bill Rimer, Bert Baldwin, Kay Setchell and Boh Gillingham are spending this week nt Cass Lake and Lake Winnibigohsish on a fishing trip. Archie Dodds is in charge of the Runge shoe shop during Bill's absence. Mr. and Sirs. Robert E. Green of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holt of Minneapolis will be guests during the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. The men are fraternity brothers and the women are sorority sisters. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson spent the week end at Humeston, Iowa, visiting at the home of the doctor's aunt, Mrs. Ella Plummer, who is very ill. Mrs. Plummer is over 90 years of ago, and a few weeks ago had a bad fall off the porch, which broke a hip and several ribs. Mrs. A. !„ Brown, Mrs. Glen Roland. Mrs. Wallace McDougall, Mrs. Raymond Reid of Hobarton, Mrs. Henry Johansen, Jr. and Mrs. Peter Waldron orove to Whittemore on Tuesday to attend the guest day of the Methodist Ladies' Aid of the Whittemore Methodist church. Mrs. Frank Koepke came Monday for a visit at the home of her brothor-in-law, Jerry Helgens. She hnd spent the past few months at Moorhead, Minn. Her daughter, Joy and husband are now located at Keosauqua. The other daughter, June, and family live at Mediapolis. Mr. and Airs. Burdette Agard left Sunday for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they will attend a four day convention of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York, which is being held at the Elms Hotel. Mr. Agard was one of the first ten high men in the state in sales. Mrs. Myra Nafus and daughter, Mrs. Sara Putney, and daughter-in- law, Mrs. Roy Nafus of Nashua, and Leo Wolz of St. Louis, Missouri, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gcigel, Wednesday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Copp. Mr. Copp and Mr. Wolz formerly worked together at Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson returned Wednesday from a fishing trip to Horsehoe Lake, in Minnesota, near St. Cloud. Andy says the lake is well named, but not for him. It seems that Andy used to be quite some fisherman, but it hiis now reached a point where his wife is catchinK all the fish. They were gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker drove to Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Baker spent the day attending a meeting of painters, interior decorators and wholesale dealers which was to demonstrate all the new ideas in interior decorating and painting. Those In attendance came from all parts of Iowa. Mrs. Baker spent the day shopping. Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson returned from Esthervllle Wednesday night, from where they had been attending the fall meeting of the Presbytery since Tuesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Cayler Young, a missionary from Persia, who spoke at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday. She left on the train for Chicago the same evening. A covered dish supper was served at the church In her honor. Two Features 21c Sun.-Mon., Oct. 3-4 "Ah Wilderness" Cast Eric Linden Cecelia Parker "SWEETHEARTS OF THE NAVY" Second Feature Peter Loire "THINK FAST, ME. MOTO" Tuesday, Oct. 5 (Extended Run) Bing Crosby Martha Raye "DOUBLE OR NOTHING" Also Silly Symphony -M&MK6V for ft// Wear You'll put on your"muit bav** lit! a pair of thai* brisk/ English-looking walking «k — (uit tk« thing (or Cam ana iportt wiar. $2.95 to $6.00 impwi BROWNELL SHOE CO. Hugh Herman has been seriously ill at his home for the past week. Rev. Paul Williams will prraolt nt the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Sir. and Mrs. Henry Hang of Whittemore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. Sirs. August Vnndt of Whlttr- more spent Saturday visiting with her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Butler. O. R. Brundage of Waterloo spent the week end with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage. Sirs. J. W. Sulllvnn returned on Tuesday from Des Moines where she had been visiting relatives since the preceding Friday. Edwnrd Canrefits from Algona and Julius Capesius of St. Joe left Friday morning for northern Minnesota to spend n week fishing. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Spec-lit wrre to return Wednesday from a trip into the eastern part of the state, where they visited their daughters. Sirs. C. SI. Knudsen and Sirs. Tom Akre took the former's daughter, Dorlys back to Des Moines Sunday after a week end visit with her parents. Gwendolyn Deal, student at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Dr. and Sirs. Hector Jansp of Houston, Texas, will arrived Thursday for a few days' visit with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. Dr. and Sirs. Julius \Vlnkel, Mrs. Mamie Winkel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius attended the Waterloo cattle congrees at Waterloo, Wednesday. Mr. and Sirs. Call Dickinson and family and Ruth Dickinson Hunter of Des Moines will visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson during the week end. Sirs. Charles DuCharme will return to her home at Grosse Pointe, Michigan Thursday (today) after a visit of several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. County Agent A. I» Brown took the Kossuth county judging team to Waterloo to judge stock at the Waterloo cattle congress;. They spent Sunday and Monday there. Sir. nnd Sirs. CSjiy Taylor were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor formerly lived in Algona. and their home is now In Sioux City. Thi> "amateur contest" that was to have been given by the Ladies' Aid society of the Good Hope community at the community room on October 2, has been indefinitely postponed. Lewis Ferguson of Ames will visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson during the week end. He is In charge of the reforestation department of the CCC camp there. Margaret Stephenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, has been selected as a second soprano in the Mornlngslde College Chapel choir. The choir makes an annual extended tour. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday morning, and* to Emmetsburg Tuesday afternoon, where they were guests at the home of Mrs. W. D. Howie, former Al- gonian. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wlxson of Sioux City stopped on their way home from a business trip to Chicago to see their niece, Ruth McKee. Mr. Wixson Is the manager of the Carpenter Paper Company In Sioux City. Joan I'lctoh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pletch, and Shirley Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert, will do toe and tap dance numbers respectively for the Kiwanis club members, Thursday noon (today). Duune Dowel, James Murtagh and Robert Harrington are the members of the local branch of the Kiwanis club who will attend the district convention to be held at Lincoln, Nebraska, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Sirs. Marvin Doherty will leave Friday for Des Moines for the week end to attend a Heinz convention. Mr. Doherty Is a traveling salesman for the Heinz company, and Mrs. Doherty is the local and society editor for the Kossuth County Advance. Mrs. L. E. Hovey took her sister, Evelyn Holland to Bricelyn, Minnesota, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Helland, after a week's visit here Mrs. Hovey returned Wednesday night. Evelyn Is employed at Minneapolis, and is having a few weeks' vacation at this time. Mr. and Sirs. Jamen Elbert and daughter, Shirley, drove to Humboldt, Monday evening and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, who were former Algona residents, have been transferred to Clarion and will move there, October 1. Mr. Taylor Is the manager of a Bell Telephone Company construction crew. Mr. and MTU. Cmrol Johnaon will return Saturday from a two weeks' vacation trip through the eastern states. They visited friends and relatives at Buffalo. New York, Washington, D. C., and also visited Nuigiira Fulls. Mr. Johnson is manager of tho D-X service station and Mrs. Johnson is a clerk ut the Cummings variety store. Frances Winkel has been working ut the Cummings store during the absence of Mrs. Johnson. Air. and MIH. (it'orgc- Iloltzlmuer and daughter, Lorraine Tierney, and grandson, Craig Tierney, drove to Mason City Sunday to visit the lattcr's mother, Mrs. Owen Tierney, and sister, Marilyn. Th«y celebrated three birthdays which fell in the same week, those of Lorraine, Marilyn and Mrs. Tierney, at a dinner. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Holtzbauer drove to Nashua to bring Mrs. Holtzbauer's sister and huabiuid, Mr. and Mm. P. W. Tobin to Algana for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tobin plan to make Algona their home in the near future. Mr. and Mr*. G. C. Barton returned laat week Thursday from a tea day vacation trip to Illinois. They spent moat of their time in Nauvoo, vi»lting relatives of Mrs. Barton. Sunday, a family reunion wa» held la their honor, at ^hich there were 34 relatives present The Barton* alao viaitod at Psoria, Illinois, and »aw the radio production "Ut- U* Bit of Heaven" at Davenport Mr. Barton is a cleric in the local liquor ator*. Truck Load of Irvington Cattle To Soo City Mkt. Irvington: Barney Frankl and George Schumacher trucked a load and fat cnttle to Sioux City, leaving Irvington Sunday evening and returning Monday night. Mr. Frankl also purchased a truck load of feeders while in the city. Dancing Club Note The Irvington dancing club will meet Friday evening with the John Schiltzs and Ernest Bormans as chairmen of the committee. Sirs. Knhlhaas Hostess Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas entertained a group of their friends last Thursday evening celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent playing cards with lunch being served at n late hour. Plum Creek Society The Plum Creek Literary society held their regular meeting last Wednesday at the library with Mrs. Maude Jergensen as hostess. The program consisted of an address on "Conservation" by Joe Lowe followed by a round table discussion with Mrs. Anne Drone in charge. Miss Leona Lester of Woden is visiting with her sister. Mrs. Gco. Schumacher. Mrs. Ray Fitch is slowly recovering from a critical illness at her home south of Irvington. Wm. Hahle, blind attorney at Sumner, Iowa, came to attend the funeral of his mother, who was buried last Wednesday. Mrs, George Johnson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Whittemore to Britt Monday afternoon to attend the private funeral of Mrs. Bertha Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackmnn, Sr., and Mrs. W. F. Mullica were at Mason City Friday. They also called upon Mrs. Herman McDnug- all, niece of Mrs. Mullica and Mr. Hackman. Mrs. Alice Duryea is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dye at Mason City. Mrs. Duryea accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family of Seneca who motored to Mason City- last Sunday. Miss Helen Lemkee. Cedar Falls students, was n week end guest at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lemkce. The trip was made by bus. The Jo« Meurer family of Wesley were nlso guests BOY, WHAT A tUCKV DAY FOR ME WHEW ,' MY WIFE LEARNED ABOUT Spry AT THE MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL Lighter cakes, flakier pastry, crisper fried foods S o DIGESTIBLE, too. Get Spry today. It's whiter, smoother, purer. Mixes twice as fast, fries without smoke, makes hakcd and fried foods doubly delicious. Tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Get the big 3-lb. can. Spry JUl-ngrtabtoshortMtog -TftlPU-CREAMCOf Books Tlic biggest assortment in the greatest variety \ve have ever offered. Hours of fun for children in storv hunks. ('olor Books, etc-. 5c, lOc, 25c and 49c TOYS Xe\v shipment,-- arriving every te\v iho~s. See the ne\v toys mi our shelves 5c, lOc, 15c and 25c Something Now in Handwork Candle\viek Crocheting and Tufting M;its for Spreads. Pillowtops. Bathmats and SJooleovers lOc and 25c I )exter('andh'\viek Tuft ing Yarn :'.2yd skein lOc Dexter Tufting Needles 5c Pattern Books lOc Hawcott & Ogg FALL At The Hub Clothiers Savings for Men Who Work! At this Store! Work Gloves Our big selection offers the best values in history. YANKEE DOODLE—Men's best grade husking gloves. Thousand bushel kind. Real satis- •fving, 2-thumb. Big bargains. Dozen 10/» $1.98, single pair „ iy *> HUSKING GLOVES —Ifral buys at do/.- AA- en pair $1.49, or 2 pairs for only **«/*CANVAS GLOVES—W..rid boaters. Big :>,() real 12-oz. canvas . Or« gloves for men. 2 pairs at £*/»- ALL WOOL COAT SWEATEES Excellent quality, soft warm wool in snus neat fitting styles. 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I'or work *^^* Boys' elastic top golf hose Men's fleece lin- QQ- ed sweaters JOL Boys' denim ov- all pants, blue _ Men's corduroy y caps, hunter style Men's 12 Jb. rib union suits, slightly 7Q- Heeeed, at ' •**• Boys' Shirts of Chain- hray, sizes 4.Q/» (i to 141/j ™ C MEN'S SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS, good (|iialitv and stvle, zipper fastener $C QC leather collar, cuffs J « Otl New Pall and Winter COATS 12.75 These are unusual values from every standpoint! Their heavy luxuriouH fabrics . . . carfeul tailoring, and the attention given to eveiy detail of styling are not often found in coats at thin price. See them! /I Men's Melton Zipper Jackets 3.85 SNUG SUEDE CLOTH SHIRTS A wcalher n.'.->mtiiig closely woven cloth in choice of tun or gruy. Warm cut, full and comfortable 98c STHIE

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