The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1937
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The 1937 erican Legion at a radio party Wed OF SWBA LIBRARY s Swea. City: Mrs. Frank Thompson has donated to the 8we"a City Public Ubrary 22 g<J6d used juvenile books. The Thompson family is making plans to leave for their new horiie Oil a ranch in Colorado in about a month. Rally Day Program Rally and Promotion Day was held at the Baptist church Sunday. A pageant was presented by 801 the departments of the Sunday School. Marjorie Hilsten as "Splr-- jt of Service" had the leading part Special musical numbers were furnished by Elolse and Wllma Preston and Earl and Laila Berg. Mrs. Bronleewe Hostess Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe entertained the Pilot Grove Aid society at her home yesterday. The Pilot Grove Aid is a country organization independent of any church, the aim of which is largely local welfare work and missions. The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Uhr was ill last Saturday and Sunday. Ole Uhr of Eagle Grove visited M*. and Mrs. E. C. Wooden o Los Angeles and Mrs. Melvln And erson of Des Molnes are visiting this week at the a P. Eckholm hone. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson and children and Mrs. 1 W. Stelner and " iter, Susfai, visited at the 'Kelson home in Spencer on \y night, *nd Itrs. Wm. Nelson and dMfgtotef, Vertaile of Forest City Md Mrs. I. W. Stelrter and daughter Of Wlnona, Minn., visited test Sunday at the G«o: K. Nelson home Mrs. Steiner is ft sister of the Nelsons. Mrs. Boyd Hostess To Livermore Club Llvermore: Mrs. Ernest Boyd entertained the Equality club at her home Thursday. The prgoram tinier the supervision of Mrs. George Burns and Mrs. Thomas Devine was very interesting, giving as their numbers respectively "The String" and "The Last Years of Madame Jeanne." Guests other than members included Mrs. Jack Devltt, Mrs. Harry Slark, Mrs. J. M. Wiggins, Mrs. Karl Baessler. and Mrs. Lucinda fianifan and Miss Margaret Malin. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. HONORMOWER fit. Joe airl Guest of fion or M Whittemore on St. Joe: A large number of people from this vicinity attended a pre-nUptial ahower in honor of Christina Orlger at St. Michael's hall fii Whittemor* Sunday afternoon. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Plathe, high prize, and Mrs. Henry Thilges, low prize. In five hundred, Mrs. Math Kinch received high prize and Clara Stelflug of Ban* iroft, low prize. Miss Origer was .he recipient of many useful and pretty gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses to 225 guests. Miss Origer will become he bride of Joseph A. Becker in St Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, on Tuesday morning at eight 'clock. Oct 5th. North East Kossulh News Mrs. Wortman last Sunday at the home of brother, Andrew Uhr. Mrs. Fred Peterson his entertained for the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Am- Cap Kohlhaas' Wed 25 Years St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Cap Kohlhaas were pleasantly Friday evening. Sept z«n. the occasion being their 25th wedding an- Sorensen's Friday and Saturday l^pegial.C Brooms, 4 sewed each 33c Super Suds, large package . . 2 for 45c (Fancy Glam Cake Plate FREE) Zip Breakfast Food . . . . 3pkgs. 25c Pineapple, sliced . . .No. 2£ size 20c Vegetable Soup, 19 oz. size . 3 cans 27c Navy Beans 3 1 D8 . 23c Mock Chicken Legs 7for25c PorkCutlets lb.28c Lamb Roast . . 23c Young Beef Stew each 15c _J/eal Roast Ik 20c HOME BUTCHERED QUALITY MEATS Fancy Dressed Chickens. TOP PBICES PAID FOE EGGS ^ SORENSEN GROCERY CO. j We Deliver Phone 138-139 I Loretta Lapp? Honored A large number from here at- ended a pre-nuptial shower in St. 'ecelias Academy Algona in honor of Loretta Lappe. Miss Lappe will become the bride of 'Raymond Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer of Algona on Oct 5th in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Mr. Kramer Is well known here having a large number of relatives here and having formerly lived in this vicinity. __ Boy at Illg Home time. Mr. and Mrs. Kohl'haias "were J Mr and Mrs - ArU >ur Illg are the parents of a baby boy born Friday, Sept. 24th. The infant was baptized Harold Raymond Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mrs. Peter Bormann, Jr., and Raymond Thilges. The Illgs now have a family of three girls and four boys. Dffeat Algona The St. Joseph's parochial school baseball team defeated the St Ce- I cella's Academy boys by a score of 9 to 11 on the Algona diamond Sun- I day afternoon. Visitor From Germany Mrs. Humberg of Germany, a cousin of Mrs. Herman Plathe and Lakota: Mrs. Olga Wortman entertained the AeoW club Thursday afternoon witfi 16 members present. After OW bu*1n«*8 meeting the following program wtdt given :' Modern Women" in the rfome; Health Renaissance in Co6kery, Mrs. Harry Warburton; MedJcin* Chest Mrs. I. E. Wdrtman gave' each member paper and pencil on which to write ten articles found in their medicine chdat; Shelter Personality of a Home, Mrs. H. H. Murray; Clothing, Do Clothes Make the Woman? Mrs. Edgar Irtlay. Mrs. Earl Grabau will entertain the club Oct 6 as the members are invited to Swea City for Oct. 7th. Had 80th Birthday The Charles Eggerths drove to Renwick Sunday afternoon to help Mr. Eggerth's father. Edward Eggerth, celebrate his 80th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eggerth now live In Renwick but lived many years In the vicinity of Renwick on a farm. Small Fire Saturday The fire whistle blew about 1:30 Saturday afternoon and the fire was found in a small building back of the Francis Adams home but was soon extinguished with little damage. Cause of the fire is not known. niversary. A large number of relatives and friends gathered with well filled baskets and enjoyed the presented with a number of nice gifts. Mrs. F. C. Klester, Elmore. was a visitor Friday at the H. D. Muss- mans. Eva Eggerth spent the week end with her uncle, Henry Eggerth and family at Renwick. The Rev. Harvey and family, of Swea City, and a guest in their home. Miss Shaffer, Rowan, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the J. H. Warburton and the Rev. Harvey Nelson homes. The Martin Tokheim family vis itefl at the S*n Link home at CiQr Sunday. frjoyd Colwell and children visited Surtday at the Jack McDonald home fn Ledyard. Sven Tjensvold and children visited Sunday at the Mifte Knockson home ih Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt and children of Algona visited Sunday at the Severt Holm home. Mr. and Mrs. Nevlri Giilland and children of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Teha ^Tescott home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheeley and children visited Sunday at the Wayland Porter home in Northrop. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Hall home In Fairmont Misses Lilian Wentworth and Marjorie MIno of Fairmont spent the week end at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher and children and Lucille Mino visited Sunday at the John Speicher home in Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Roy MIno and children and Pearl Wentworth visited Sunday afternoon af. the Fred Montgomery home In Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson and children of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and their children visited Sunday at the Merwin Read home at Lyle, Minn. S» H * w *w««^^ John and Henry Geishecker is spending some time visiting here. Mrs. Humberg has a son in Chicago | where she has also been visiting. Peter Kayser accompanied Steve | Baker of LuVerne to Esthcrville on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind were Sunday evening guests at the Mel Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wilmes and family at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and daughters from Whittemore visited with the John Redings Sunday afternoon. Clarence Marso and Adolph Kaas returned Friday from Vlsby, N. t> where they had gone to work In the harvest fields. Franklin Wagner, son of Mr. and I Mrs. George Wagner, spent the past week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg. Mrs. John P. Kayser and Fred Dressier returned to their home at Port Washington, Wis., Monday after spending the past week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Yackley and family of Avoca, Minn., were Sunday evening visitors at the Joe Stat- Mrs. Watnem Of Ottosen, Honored Birthday Guest Ottosen: A group of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Amelia Watnem Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her 64th birthday. Mrs. Watnem received many beautiful gifts. Guests were Mrs. Ole Swensen, Mrs. Jake Jacobson. Mrs. Osmund Watnem Mrs. T. Torgerson, all of Bode; Mrs. Sam Torseland of Estherville: Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Whittemore- Miss Vivian Watnem, West Bend: Mrs. Peter Enockson, Mrs. Sarah Stbresund. Mrs. Peter Holt. Mrs Percy Watnem. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen. Mrs. Ralph Richards. Mrs Henry Stocker. Mrs. Jack Crane and Mrs. Louis Bremsen, all of Ottosen. Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon in the Academy hall for Christina Origer. Miss Origer received many beautiful gifts. Bridge and five hundred were played and a delicious lunch was served to the guests. Tom Olson of Washington visited relatives here the past week. LEOTARD NEWS Wins High Honor Maxine Mason, who is a niece of Mrs. George Thompson and who made her home here for a while, won high honors In declamatory work this year by taking first place in the dramatic section of the state contest at the Minnesota state fair. Maxine was formerly an Algona girl, being the daughter of Ray Ma- us May We Remind You First: If any of your buildings need painting iSn'ta roll! Wi-JilJii-i-jiili. paint, tndl- itinl am-:, snrics tiii- citlii-i- oiit>idc <ii- in^id,. - v ci>i-k. S»-.-,,inl: Posts for New Fences or Repairs -houl.l be M-t in- .Irivcii suuii. That's another ,)"h that isn't a pl<-a>aiit r.,|r| weather job. We liavi lioth steel and ee<l; well as every kind of will require. Third: Weak Roofs should not be allowed to go into the winter. You are almost Mire to have mm!)!,. \ v ith them before .^prin^. That'.s another,joh that yon will want to tft-t finished liet'oiv ,-old weather. (Jet your m<,lino-, >hin-|es, ,,r roof paint here. Then there's eeinein work, if you intend to do any. It's far easier to do it h,•,',,!•,. free/.e- Alay we furnish any of the abov< need and if yon want any help planning, call on us at anv tim<-. tleman home. Mr. Yackley .„ „ nephew of Mrs. Stattleman. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann. Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, Sr. and family were the Sunday dinner guesta at the Chas Bormann home In Whittemore. Mr and Mrs. Nick Thilges from Whittemore, are staying at the l*o Thilges home while Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges went to Bellevue to attend the wedding of a sister of Mrs. Thilges. Clarence Erpelding and Nicholas Wagner drove to Sioux City Monday to get Alvin Erpelding, who is attending Trinity College. He will return to Sioux City after the wedding of his sister, Emelia. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and daughters visited with Mr and Mrs. Jake Illg and family and Mr, and Mrs. Tom Lovlg of McGregor visited at the Henry Lovig home Monday. Dr. Shipley was brought home from Rochester, Minn., Wednesday. His health Is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hanson and son. Lloyd, returned home after spending a week visiting in North Dakota. The Herman Voigt family and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett of here attended the funeral of Chas. Larsen at Burt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zlnnel and daughter. Muriel, visited relatives Church Is Papered The -Evangelical church was papered last week by the Troff brothers. The parsonage, now occupied by the Ed Knoners. was reshlngled by Clyde Behse and Jorgenson. Engelby Sprain* Back Clifton Engelby sprained his back last week Tuesday and has been unable to work since. He Is under the care of Dr. Story. Daughter Baptized The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson was baptized Carolyn Grace In a service at the home Sunday aftrenoon. Rev A A. Depping officiated. Mr. and Alfred and Bob Barslow and Ray mond Odell visited last week at th Alfred BsMlow ntogo at LWW Btt Lake in northern IV"""' Evelyn Mayne and Henrietta O' Keefe; •fttio are atttfldMg buslnesi college In Mason GRjf spent th weelf end at their home; The Edward Hagge* of Buffal Center and the ArtHuf Zlelske* helped George Hafft birthday at Ms hdnrt J Dinner guests at ine verson home Sunday j Mrs. Otis' Mldtliune anfi Irene, Col teen, Joel and James of! Elmore. Agnes Olson of Bancroft and Es ther Stems of Whittentore cnlle at the Granner and Mayer home Sunday. Both girls taught here las year. Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner havi been visiting at the home of the! daughter, Mrs. Wm. Brand at Hub bard for the past two weeks am are still there. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link visited at the Dore Freeh home In Algona Sunday. Peggy Ann, who had visit ed her grandparents several days returned home with them. Mr. and MM. Frank Moulton brought Mrs. Rose Moulton horn last Thursday after a.short visit at the home of her brother, Ed Coun tryman at Boy Lake, Minn. A. E. Lauritcen of Parkersburf was here Friday evening. Mr. Lauritsen, Ray Wentworth and D. B Mayer were fishing at Browns Lake Minn., Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey, Mrs. Harriet Matzener spent Sunday at the Blanche Jenka home in Eagle, Grove. Mrs. Nlester has been ill the past week and confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. J. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner, Duane Thompson, Lawrence Flynn, Gordon and John MaUener, Dennis McDonald, and Edward Burrows drove to Algona Friday evening, the men and boys attending the football game between Algona and Emmetsburg. Breaks Collarbone St Joe: Marjorie Illg, second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur nig. had the misfortune the first of the week to fall while playing at school and break her collar bone. _L Sells Her Poem Llvermore: Mrs. J. W. Donovan has again achieved success with another poem, and her work has been accepted for publication. The poem, "Terrence and Teresa" is one recently receiving recognition by "Literary Publications." at Britt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. - - " ------ — -•».. *••• . aiiu Mrs. Depping were supper guests of the Johnsons. Mrs. Glen Yahnke and daughter were In Algona Saturday. Alice Hagge and Helen Odell were Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Slgsbee vis ited the latcr's cousin, W. J. Sigs visiting In Bancroft Friday. Mr ' nd Mrs - Thompson Pills and son of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kole- stad of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Olson home. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold 1U annual meeting at the church parlors, Wednesday. Oct. 6 with Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs O oy Kinseth as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford and daughter, Sheila and son. Tommy "isited Sunday with Mr. Rochford'-' uster, Sister Mary Sheila of 'ohn's Academy at Bancroft. Sunday dinner guests at the Hen. y Kuecker home were Mr. and •Irs. George Maahs and family and St. •Ir. and Mrs. George Schultz and ernoon. who had come rrom Cur rie. Minn . to hee the grotto and spend the day at Went Bend. _ r - a .«..*• «u»4n* aiitj Mr. and Mrs. Math Elhringer and fami,>- ut We.,t Bend Sunday aft- amily'of-he«^nd'* M« : from Cur- Leonard Meyer of Garner. Among those from here who attended the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo this week were: Mr and Mrs. Bob Ostwald and daughter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuoss and daughter, Herman Meyer, Wm Hanover, Sr. Otto Bell, Werner osts its IIL: vi HI -up. materials you in or F. S. Norton & Son Phone 2X) Algona, Iowa 4-Corners Ladies Discuss Value of Hi School Course i-'oui Corner.-,: The Four Corners Mother* and Daughters club met I'huisday with Mrs. Iva Wilh' ll was answered by What 1 Liked licst at the County {•*"••" A poern waa read by Drlort-h Klhcrt and an open di.smsj.ion was held on the nti cthity of in hool education. A high played by Huth Hotlau meeting wa.s lo be held with Mr ;! . Ida Nickerson. lano .solo was The next yesterday I he Lurhl Fc-hsiers, hingsied, and IIH Louii Lowmans were Sunday guests at the J. K Nkkerson home. The Ait Alexanders are staying with the J. K Nickersons while Art is plowing. The Alexanders are go- the Niekfcraon place ing to farm next year. Mr. and Mrs. l j hilip Baker are spending a couple of weeks with the John Sabins. The Mart El- niores called at the Sabin home on .Sunday afternoon. The John (jettmuns, Mason City stopped at the John Sabin home for supper Sunday mghl tnroute home from Fairmont, where they spent the day with relatives. Mrs. (Jertie Peterson of Spokane, Washington, curne a week ago last Saturday, and .-aayed until laM Wednesday with her step-daughter Mrs. Noble Mitchtll and family. Mrs. Win Kali got home la;,l week Wednesday lioin a trip to Illinois with the Kthan Ught fum- ily of liru-eljn, Minn, and Mr and Mia, Bob Ward iuid Win Kuh left for a visit at WinterHet and i.-i Mis- Wliliarn Barber. , Alfred Meyer. Leona Dreyer Meyer, Jr., and Myrtle Mrs. Opal Henry Has A Birthday Whittemore: A birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. Opal Henry at her home Monday afternoon. Those who attended were: Mrs. August Dietrich of Rodman, Mr«. Robert Loss and Mrs. Simon Henry of Algona, Mrs. John Henry and daughters, Jean and Mary, Mrs. Clara Muller, Mrs. Nick Mergen and daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mrs, Mike Schumacher, Mm, Grace Muller. Mrs. John Thill and daughters, Caroline and Bernice, Mrs. art Sheppard and daughter, Geraldine. Buy» Livermore Hoiue, 7 Lot* Uvermure: A deal was closed recently when Henry Schultz purchased u house and several lots of (.'hark-a Howard in the etut part of town. Mr. Schultz expects to take ponse&bion Oct. 1, when Mr. Hughes who has b«en living in that plate will have un apartment in the Mrs. i.ucy Tillson residence. Everett Carrel, who own* the place vut-ttUd by Mr. Schultz, will move tin-re October 1. when Ed- wuul O'Neill will move to the place viicaUU by Mr. Carrvll, which is lilfxj another property of his. were Elmore callers Saturday. Dorothy Stubbe commenced work ing in the Matzener cafe last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle were business callers In Algona Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Boese of Lakota called at the Fred Bauman home on Sunday. The Floyd Caldwells of Grant were Sunday guests at the J. McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and children spent the week end with relatives in Jewell. Mr and Mrs. Eddie Schjveinhart of Elkhart were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Gray. The Warren Lloyds were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Busch and the John Mantheis. Cleo Gable who is attending Waldorf College in Forest City, spent Sunday at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Engelby and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby were in Algona Friday on business. Marjorie Matzener spent the week end at the Earl Jenk* and Kenneth Langlas homes in Fairmont. Jim Lloyd, George Hagge, John Krammesmeier and Rev. Boese were in Ackley last Wednesday on business. • Mrs. Elvin Carpenter has been 111 the past week. Her mother, Mrs J. G. Swartzell of Olin came Saturday with her. Rev/and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, son Byron and Mrs. Nelson's mother bee, Algona, Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Burger, Bur were callers Sunday afternoon a the D. M. and Roscoe-Stewarts. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart vis Ited with the letter's parents. Mr and Mrs. John Primising, Wes Bend, Sunday. Elda Jandl was home Sunday She Is well satisfied and doing nicely In her beauty training she is taking at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Chas. Olson and daughter, Lyla, and Mrs. Isenberger, Burt also Mrs. W. J. Stewart spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ruth Brayton. Mrs. Geo. Lanning entertained on Monday afternoon the following- Mesdames Sam Wlnchell, 8. M, Peterson, Tom Clayton, Alfred Godfredson also Miss lone Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke took their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey to Walburgs, Algona, for Sunday dinner In honor of the Harveys' 14th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winchell re- urned Saturday night from a flve weeks' tour of several western tales. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rig- fert were In charge of the farm during the Winchell'H absence. Mrs. tiggert recently went to Emmets- urg where a son was born Thursday. were Sunday dinner guests at the H. M. Granner home. GET UP NIGHTS? KM .Ml ItiniKVM WITH •liii.l|M-r nil, tmeliu leaves, ait. Mak IV. IriL-Ktilur. »iiiarl*. ,„ i,uin», Ijav. lU.-nl .li-xlr.-. K ul up nlKlits or If •VM art* HluKKllili running Imrlc- t'M- junlprr nil, buvllll li-uveH •-If., luaile lulu Mule Kli'tin laliU-la • •iill.-il HiikeU to (lUHii (de kliint-yn JiiM ax ><HI wmilil n»f raxtor nil tr. MuHii iin- inju-rlx. llclu nature elim- iniiii.. iroul,li.«o>nt- and i-xreHx ai-iilH. Abk any < for the trxt \><>\ of liiikt-lo. Locally ut Luxliy'i, AlKona. lii-ntoi. lu-uts Hti.n-. TUonko.' fri- kl.ln. a.-I . itt utiil u number of ing .skknt-ss uiaoan hor»e» NOWi 8 the TIME To enjoy the eomt'orts of line. Made-toMeasure <-lothes. And by FINE we mean all wool in quality and of good honest workmanship. Pin your faith to the International, the world's most famous all-wool clothes sold at moderate prices. Uenuine throughout, beautifully styled, and give the ntmjost in service. MADSON & HANSON "The Home of Better Clothes" .50 GIVES YOU REGULATED* OIL HEAT • A new kind of heat—without the old-time drudgery— is yours* With ft Dno-Tlltiui 051-bunring circulating heaterl Tfao hftfttcr twit Dnnfft you ALL of the»e modern features! PATENTED DI/U.CMMIEI MMR— Greatest clean-fire fluutt of any burner* Silent. clem, odorleM, at all stages —from pilot light to mod- uiujn heat* •Dtt KMATOt—'Simple as turning a dial. AH the heat yoo want on cold days* just enough to take the chill off on mild days. SPECIAL "WASTE- •MMBflkr* Ttr .!..•..*• •ivrmr ••jrrcvtott EASY PAYMENTS heat from ruihinf up the chimney»sends ttoftt heat in* to your home. Save* oill •EAT OBItES—Circulate the heat evenly. No cold spots. mi FLMTNIQ FLAMC-Liclcs larily against the sides of the heater, keep* more heat in the heater... circulates move heat Into the house* Duo-Therm heaters are SAFE... Htted as standard by the Underwriters' Laboratories* Let us show you the new Duo-Therm oU- burnlnf circulating heater*. There's • Duo-Therm to fit yttur beating needs. Ison Hard ware "OUR STOKER SAVES US MONEY • . V «*T we p * y '*" »••**? for fuel now with Fsirbtnks-Morie Automttic Coal Burner brat than we u ed to pay when we fired our own furnace. Our basement it as clesn M a whittle. We shore! NO «*/, tvtr. And our house is more 4 comfortably and more healthfully betted. Why don't yen look into this matter, too—right »wiy! Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Cool Burner InMallstion require* only • few hours. Slips into the far nice TOU • now bare. No extras to buy. Cuts '. fuel costs as much as SO*. E*Ji fireHeodiog drudcery forerer. Anderson Grain & Goal Go. Phone 308 Milwaukee Tracks IMPORTANT • The most important moment In your life Is now. The past la gone, the future uncertain. As far as your pocketbook is concerned Neville's Shoe Sole is the most Important shoe sale ever held In Algona. k . New standard goods, most of It received In the last 30 days, none of it over six monthu old. Peters All-Leather shoes at reducde prices, Kunn-Busch fine oxfords, a big big present with every pair. Men's City Club $6.00 oxfords at Men's Bostonian »7.00 oxfords at \y. L. Douglas $8.00 oxfords at Our men's 13.50 oxfords go at Our $2.35, *2.« and some $3.00 oyfords go at $1.98 We have men's dress shoes at flJW, just the thing to wear under overshoes. »s.9S Men's 26c dress sox, new patterns at Men's fancy work sox, 3 pairs for , Hit- „ Men's blazers, sweaters, underwear, dress shirts, garters, suspenders, handkerchiefs, corduroy pants, work shirts, overalls, husking gloves and mitts, ovrMhoes and rubbers ALL AT REDUCED PBICES I With plenty help to wait on you and cut prices on new nd«rt good,, it is mighty important that you get your snare ol the bargains while the getting U good. Opportunity is luck. on UJont-fld Ofttotfu/utlet

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