The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 21, 1938 Brnner was a Fort Mr. and Mrs. 9. R. Fotft and the latter's mother, Mrs. Leonore Peck, Matfne Lewis of Mwon City wan a guest of Mrs.* O. D. Martin on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mm. Joe Madden of Fenton visited Mr. Madden's sister, Mrs. Martin JenWn, Saturday. Mrs. Josle Colbnrn, Des Moines, has been a guest bf her son, C. D. Colburn. She will return home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanteliriafl of Fenton spent Sunday evening as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhaft Wlttkopf. Mrs. Herman Barker of Cedar Falls visited Mrs. Alma Nelson and other Algona friends, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pearson were Sunday guests of Mr. Pearson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pearson, Bancroft. E. 9. Van Ness left Sunday morning for Los Angeles, California, where he will spend several weeks with his son, John. Sunday' guests at the Dennis i Pratt home were Mr. Pratt's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxl«y and children of Corwlth. "&, .' Bill Dalley, who Is employed at the American Optical Company, at Des MoineV, spent the week end ' -with his mother, Mrs Edythe Dailey. Mr*. IAD .Cttmp of i Waterloo was • a week end visitor at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Alma Nelson. Mrs. Camp drove to Algona with Mr, and ' Mrs. Arthur Ponsness, who wen guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hovey. Mr. Ponsness is Mrs. Hovey's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss and Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Pearson will drive to Iowa City, Saturday, to attend the Iowa-Michigan football game. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs were at the Edw. Meyers at Fenton, Saturday evening. The Meyers were celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, their son, Albert and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kelly and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, south of Algona. October IB, O. S. Relley spoke at a meeting of the Garner Woman's club on the subject "Lady America —Her Peace Policy." Mrs. Thomsa McMahon was the chairman of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Llndsey went to Newton, Monday, to spend the winter months at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker. Mrs. Bunker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buthnell, Jr., of Elkton, South Dakota, were Bouse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dobson from Friday until Tuesday. Mr. Bushnell Is a brother of ••Mrs. Dobson. Earl Middleton of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Margaret Middleton of Waterloo left for their homes last Sunday after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. Earl, a brother of Mrs. Rice, stopped on Ms return trip to his home after attending a Nash convention at Chicago. Margaret is Mrs. Rice's niece. visited Mrs. Foth's brother, Julius Biinkman at Fairmont, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Biinkman were celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dutton left Saturday morning for a two weeks' vacation trip. They stopped at Omaha to visit relatives and will drive on to Broken Bow, Nebraska, to visit Mr. Dutton's brother, Judd Dutton. Mrs. P. R. Irons, Ames, came Sunday evening for a week with her father, Fred Anderson, and* other relatives. She will return home Friday. Mr. Irons is the Butler stoker representative in the north half of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and their three sons, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray at Belmond. Mr. McMurray was formerly in a partnership with Vic Lowe station here. in a service FALL BAKING SALE ——• V. IGA PURE COCOA H.r.'i a rial >alu«t SlocV vp on IGA Cocaa« il lot all IcinJi ol bailing and ai a dtlictovi b <sc, ^. 3S* *J *&i I-LB. CAN Only Spry 3 lb. can 57c IGA Gold toast Corn Flakes 2 f ; r 19c Sardines . Tomato or mustard 2,,,,21c IGA plain or Iodized Salt O 2 lb. " boxes 15c Carol Catsup 14 oz. bottle lOc IGA FAMILY FLOUR 95c BAKING NEEDS Baking Chocolate 15c Milk Chocolate 17c Mince Meat 10c Cake Flour __2% Ibs. 21c IGA PITIE Vanilla 10 oz. bot. 12c Baking Soda, 1 lb. can 7c IOA Baking Pwdr. 1 lb. can 19c CANDIES Candy Corn — 15c Orange Slices 10c Marshmallows lb. 19c IGA SALAD Dressing --32 oz. jar 33c CAROL PEANUT Butter 24 oz. 21c j 18K SYRUP SWEET Potatoes 2% can 13c MEAT DEFT. CAMPBELL'H Veg. Soup ,9c QIMKKR Puffed Wheat— 2 for 15c HARVEST OF VALUES Life Buoy 8oap--4for25c Lux Soap .*—4for25c Lux Ig size 23c Rinso Ig size 21c FLORIDA . AC . GRAPEFRUIT dozen 49c CRANBERRIES 2 lb«. 35c ITBM, tWISP HEAD , t LETTUCE 2 for 15c THE BODY BUILDERS" _,BANANAS 4«».25c Beef Boast 17c Pure Pork Sausage ^ 20c Pork Liver 15c Sirloin or Shortcut Steak 23c Superintendent and Mrs. William Shirley got back Wednesday from a two-day visit with the Tatter's sister, Mrs. F. L. Voas, Hltchock South Dakota. Mrs. Voas returnee with them and will remain unti after Thanksgiving. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, who is music chairman for the eighth district of the Federation of Woman's clubs, will attend a convention a 1 Carroll, which was held Wednesday and Thursday (today). Mrs. Cretz meyer has a part on the program. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton and Mr. and Mrs. J.%F. Capp, the latter a daughter of the Nortons, drove to Moline, Illinois, Wednesday, for a short visit with Meryl and Edmond Norton, the B. E. Nortons' sons. Meryl Is employed in the Moline City hospital. Mrs. W. D. Nugent and daughter, Elizabeth, will move Into the new apartment house of Mrs. Minnie Long located on North Phillips November 1. The present Nugent home is located on North Jones. Elizabeth is employed by the Algona Insurance Agency. Janice nnd Carol Jean Vohs, West Bend, have been guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Thursday (today) their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs and brother. James, will go"T.o Chicago to visit at the Dr. D. T. Grcttie's. Mrs. Grettie is a daughter of Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Natalie Tinsley of West Brild came Saturday to visit with her mother. Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley saleswoman at the Chrischilles re. Wednesday evening they went to Cylinder to hear Mrs. Tins- eys cousin, Mrs. J. F. Wadham, of Sioux City, give an address to a county federation meeting of woman's clubs. Mrs. Wadham is a joet. : ' ?"• Mary Louise Oilmore and Phyls Mathes accompanied Lloyd Pratt here from Ames for the week end. Mary Louise, student at the Iowa State College, visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. U Gllmore; Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes, visited Algona friends, and Lloyd Pratt is now working on a project for the Pratt Electric Company at Ames. Dodge caller last Thursday. MM. Eltealwfth Manort o* Fort Madison, Iowa, mother of Mrs. P. V. Janse, is ill at the Kossuth hospital. The floors of the Koasntti hospital are being reflnished and a gen- ral remodeling is being done, this week. Attorney E. A. Boshell of New York City visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland last week Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. 9. W. Meyer left for Minneapolis, Wednesday, and will remain there until Sunday visit- Ing Mrs. Meyer's relatives. Dr. and Mrs. James Knlpe and daughter, Marilyn of Armstrong were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price were in Sioux City last week Thursday and Friday at the Warrior Hotel attending a Trl-State Veterinary meeting. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Barton drove to Quinby Sunday to visit friends. Quinby is Mrs. Barton's home town. They also visited Mrs. Barton's sister, Mrs. J. R. Cook, at Webb. Rev. V. V. Schuldt and wife, the former Ruth Hulse, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich, Tuesday evening. Rev Schuldt now has a church at Garner. Mrs. O. L. Vandee visited frjends at Bancroft during the week end and attended the funeral of Dr. E. A. Howe, Monday. The Vandees were formerly residents of Bancroft. Two Livermorc Parties Are Held Livermore: Two parties were held at the home of Mrs. Frank Baessler during the past week. The first, honoring a recent bride. Mrs. Arlene Swenson Schultz, a miscellaneous shower, was held with Mrs. Baessler, Mrs. Charles Logue, Mrs. John Hauck, Mrs. Ernest Logue, and Mrs. Harry Putz as sponsors. For diversion flve hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. Frank Hilbert and Mrs. Max Gronbach. The second party was held at the Baessler home complimentary to Mrs. Baessler when her husband planned and carried out a surprise birthday party for her, assisted by friends. Five tables of bridge was enjoyed. Mrs. Herman Pooch and Max Gronbach received hi(?h score. with Mrs. Harry Rutz and Culvert Johnson the consolation. Two Fentonites Jointly Honored Fenton: Mrs Martin VVilberg and her brother, John .Tohannsen were honored at a joint birthday party at the latter's homo Friday, Orf. 15th. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vohldrick nnd family of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Martin \Vii- berg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and families of Scnecn. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannsen, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannsrn and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthtis and families. all of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long spent Tuesday in Des Moines on business. F. Steele was at visiting a college Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Sheppard are the parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital, October 13. The little girl has been named, Janice Louise. Mr. Sheppard farms for the Vlponds. Mrs. At SU-rzing of Spencer visited Mrs. L. W. Fox and Mrs. Casey Loss, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sterzing moved to Spencer from Algona about a month ago. Mr. Sterzing is a highway patrolman. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne pntor- tained Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglas of Eckman. North Dakota, and the latter's sister, Mrs. Jacob Winkel at dinner Wednesday. Orval Hanexan, freshman at the Dakota Wesleyan University, is a reporter on the staff of the Phreno Cosmian, Wesleyan's student weekly publication, having; been appointed by Editor Clyde Phillips. Rev. Martin Scltz of Atlantic. Iowa, called at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage and at the Henry Ewoldts last Friday evening. Rev.- Seltz was formerly pastor of the Lutheran church at Burt. C. S. Johnson SPECIALS i • * , * • .'• '•••.,' One 3 lb. bag ABC Pancake Flour and 1 lb. fresh Sausage, both for 35c Lard 2 Ibs. 33c .Boiling Beef ___ lb. 13c Gold Medal Flour, Ig. bag $1.98 Lewis Lye, 3 cans __25c Starch 3 Ibs. 27c Pint Fruit Jars, doz. 59c New Pack Sweet Corn __-doz. cans 99c .Fresh Fig Cookies 2 Ibs. for 25c Mouse Traps 5 for lOc Indian Girl Coffee 19c 1 paring knife free Gordon Dewel and Bob Harrington will drive to Iowa City, Saturday to attend the Iowa-Michigan football game. Mrs. T. P. Harrington will accompany them to Cedar Rapids, where she will spend the week end. Mrs. Edith Rich has rented five rooms In a house in Algona on Lucas street and moved in this week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker, St. Cloud. Minn., are with her at present. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Mrs. Rich. Mrs. W. S. Payne returned Sun day morning after a week spen with her aunts. Misses Alice ant Annie Rafter at Harpers Ferry, An< with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buer a CbarlM City. tXn, Buer U W. J Payne's sister. MM. Jocepfi Dfedlran of Wyoming, and her little son, Pat arrived Monday for a few days visit with old friends. Mrs. Mad igan will be remembered as Don Stcrzbach, n former Algona rcsid ent, who wus born here and live here nil her life until she married. C. C. Kuhn, pioneer reHident, stopped in nt the Upper Dos Moine:; office last week und reported thai in 1880 it had snowed October 10th .•tnd tluit the snow had .stayed until the Ifjtli of April the following year, which wus Easter Sunday. However, history does not seem to be repeating itself. Mm. Wuynn nrudtleld and baby daughter, Patricia Bayne, arrived Friday from Austin, Minnesota, and visited until Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs.' B. P. Benson. Mrs. William Ames, Sunday, friend. Judge Quarton was in Rockwell City Monday and Ttfesday, trying a law suit. The Walter Thompsons of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton. Mr. and Sirs. W. T. Rcldy visited Sunday and Monday with friends and relatives in Sioux City. Mrs. A. O. Hubbard and Mrs. Harry of Mason City spent Friday with Mrs. W. T. Reidy. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and son, Eugene, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Jackman near Graettinger. Charles LaBarrte and Floyd Pierce will return today from a two day business trip to Steamboat Lake, Minnesota. Mrs. Sarah McFadden Is visiting at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Oscar Weston. at Winnebago. Minnesota. this week. Harold Banwart and Louise Smith will attend a Presbyterian Christian Endeavor convention nt Waterloo this week end. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop drove to Rowley. Sunday, to attend the funeral of his niece. Mrs. Herbert Arnold, who died very suddenly. The Rally Day service planned or last Sunday at the Good Hope liurch, which waa postponed will e held next Sunday. October 24. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and daugh- er, Sheila, drove to Emmetsburg, /tonday, to spend the day visiting vith Mrs. Sullivan's mother. Mrs. Daniel Kelley. Mm. Clyde Smith will leave on Hospital News Kossuth Hospital News Wednesday, October 13 — Mrs K. C. Sheppard of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. The baby has been named Janice Louise. Wednesday. October 13 — Mrs. H. B. Michael of Mason City entered for treatment of injuries received when she fell out of a car. Thursday, October 14— Mrs. Paul Macauley of Bvirt underwent an appendectomy. Thursday, October 14 — Carl Hanson of Lakota underwent an ap pendectomy. Saturday. October 16 — Swen Pear son of Wesley entered for medical treatment. Sunday. October 17 — Mrs. Glen Wood of St. Benedict gave birth to a baby girl. Tne young lady was named Janice Ann. Sunday, October 17 — Mrs. Eliz abeth Mason of Fort Madison, medical. Monday. October 18— Mrs. John Wagner of Bode entered for mcrt- irM onro. Monday. October 1R—Mrs. Oonrsc Becker of St. ,Toe gavr birth to a h;ihy boy. her 13th chil.l Oencrnl Hospital Nexvi Thursday. October 14—Mrs. Gco. Hertland of l,nkota. major surg- ery. Kriday. October 15—Of. Mfvor Irul hi.t tonsils ret] Raturd.iy. October 18- er of Algona, tonsilectotl Saturday. October 16* or of Wesley, tonsilectomy. Saturday. October 16—Mr».j laco Brnton of Wesley. fg| MfMitiAUriH* d Special discount for two works on every article in our sjift stock except our Imports. Items at Ten Percent Discount Calart Artificial Flowers Wastepaper Baskets White. Wire Window Shelves Trays and Protections Wrappings OiUophane Hat Boxes Pictures Bath Preparations This is an unusual opportunity to stock up on prizes and Christmas gifts. If you have had your eye on one of our lamps you can save thirty-three and one-third percent by buying now. MARIGOLD SHOPPES : Phono 80.J Baldwin Market Wayne Bradiield arrived Saturday night at the Benson home. The Bradnelds returned to Austin Sunday aftsrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Sillier and their niece, Donnabelle Merren, returned, Monday from a two weeks' vacation trip, moat of which waa spent at Pensacola and Jacksonville, Florida. One of the high spots of the trip waa the horse races 2 Features 21c Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-25 GRIDIRON ACTION THAT S PACKED WITH 1HRIUSI STORES Johuny Davla Trumpeter of •Vtimlty Sbow'> Tuesday, Oct. M Extended Run Price* 10-38c at Lexington, Kentucky, which the Millers and Donnabelle attended. John Zimmerman who waa graduated last June from the Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., received a call from the Lutheran church at White Rock, S. D. He will soon be installed. John will serve the two country congregations of White Rock, which are affiliated with the Minnesota district of the Missouri Synod. Mr. and -Mrs. C 1 . W. Bergtifld will drive to LuMars Saturday to take their grandson, Phil Eyres, honu after a visit of two weeks at their home. He is the son of Mr. am Mrs. Evart Eyres. Mr. and Mrs Bvrgllelii will bring their daughter Mrs. Franklin Clarke home will them to rest following an append ectomy. MittM Maude Mi-Broom of Iowa City was a guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Miss McBroom, sister of Mrs. Bishop, is the principal of the elementary schools at Iowa City. She had been at Sioux City Friday attending a teachers' institute, and attended a, similar meeting at Humboldt, on Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Ketmun and two daughters returned to their [ home, Park Rapids, Minnesota, after a weeks visit at the home of Mr. j and Mrs. J. E. Willey. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Willey of Manchester, Minnesota, were week end guests at the Willey home. Mrs. Ketman is Mr». J. E. Wille/s sister, and C. R. Willey is the J. E. Willey's son. Mr. uild Mrs. O. W. Douglas, Eckman, North Dakota, will return to their home next Monday after having spent two weeks wtih Mrs. Mamie Winkel and other local relatives. Mrs. Winkel and Mrs. Douglas are sisters. A number of courteiUa have been extended to them. Among these are dinners at the Dr. J. B. Winkel, John Jacobs, W. I. Dodda, Atty. L. A. Winkel. G«o. Winkel, Joe Zanke and W. J. Friday to visit her daughter, Evelyn it Cedar Falls over the week end. Svelyn is a senior at the Iowa State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Outran of Nay-tah-waush. Minnesota, will arrive Friday for a few days' visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs harles Clement. Mrs. C. T. Griffith went to Dm Moines, Tuesday, and visited her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Etina Basham and Mrs. Dell Wells. She will re turn today (Thursday). Mrs. A. A. BUhop left Tuesday f o a week's visit at Iowa City with he slater, Maud* McBroom, daughter Ruth and son John, who Is attend- In* tb» University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. GlUeapIe and family will occupy the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gall Pcttit on East State street this winter, while the Pettits are wintering in Georgia. Alberta <Jrwn returned to Om- iiha Tuesday after visiting a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green. Alberta i.s employed in an Omaha insurance office. Mr. und Mr*. JOP (iri-'-iilicri; pent Tuesday and Wednesday at Iowa City visiting their children, -lurry and Isabelle, who are .students ut the University of lowiv. Mr. anil Mm. OeorRe Kriep-t left last week for Remsen where they will spend the next few months at Jie home of their daughter and lunburtd, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nilles. Mrs. Floyd Maunders left Wednesday afternoon for a two weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. P. V. Horn, whose home i.i at Bloomliuld, Iowa. Mr. and Mm. Vere Connollry ol Mason City were week end visitors of Dr. and Mrs. F. £L Sawyer. The Connolleys are former Algona residents and friends of the Sawyers. Member* of the R. O. Bjuitrom atore staff are awaiting the arrival The Finest Quality to be Found at These Prices ALL WOOL TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS here Friday morning of an RCA- Victor exposition ear und trailer, a novel traveling studio of marvels in the radio world. The car and trailer are due to arrive about 10 a. m. Friends of Mr». C. R. Shwtz, who lived in Algona a number of years ago, but has been making her home in St. Petersburg. Florida, for some time, will be interested to learn that she left last week for Richmond. Virginia, where she will reside witii some cousins. Mrs. I). F. Shuunvay and daughter, Margaret of Sutherland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hhuin- wuy from Saturday until Monday. Tlie former two were on their way to Long Beach, California, to spend the winter. They are the mother and sibter of G. D. Shuiiiway. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Deurrlis and children, Henry, Jr., und Elizabeth, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pedersen of Humboldt drove to Mason City Sunday to visit the Dearchs' daughter, Esther, who is a second grade teacher in the Mason City .schools. Mrs. Pederstn is also a, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dearchs. Audrey Fritz und Mr. and Mrs. John Holt of Ledyard spent the week end at Cedar Falls attending the home-coming at the Iowa State Teachers college. Audrey Fritz accompanied them as far as Waterloo where she spent the week end with friends. Audrey and Carmen are teachers in the local schools. Rotarbuut heard a round-table, extemporaneous discussion of subjects, Monday noon. Ex-president Bob James who was to have spoken, lost his notes (by mistake), and thereupon called Jim Pool to the fore, who gav« a brief talk against on open pheasant sea/son. Gail Towne waa next on the victim list, and offered a solemn treatise on the Bourn* home*. !&•' first visit ye*r*. Thia U the Doug' to Iowa in *ev«n beat fish he ever caught. Murtagh then followed Eugene with a verbal essay on what the chances of world peace veraua world war came to. Fred Timm wound up the dla- cu**ion with a talk on safety method* employed by the Northwestern I Bell Telephone Co. Thee coats are tailored of exceptional woolens ... in clean, up-to-the-minute style ... in all Hie smartest shades and patterns. The linings are of genuine Earl-Olo. Sizes for men, young men, and high school lads. A record shattering value. 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