The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona tipperDesMoines, AlgonaJCowa,Oct.21, 1938 North East Kossuth Page WARD BOY KURT PLAYING itt Ploeger Gets Cut Over Eye on The School Grounds Ledyard: Merrill, son of Mr. and .jba. Fred Ploeger. received quite It cut on his forehead trtstte play- f ttg on the school grounds recently. fj&ne of his playmates let one of I the swings fly and the Kwrd struck f.ttis forehead just above the eye. He Jwas taken to a doctor to have the | wound dressed. ,. Wm. and Earl Waters spent Sun- s'day at their home In Lohrville. Raymond Johnson attended the corn husking contest at Ringsted i Friday. Mrs. Hulda Estle of Lone Rock •pent last week at the P. C. Jorgenson home. The Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center visited at the Arthur Zielske home Sunday. Marciu Rippentrop Has 16th Birthday Lakota: Marcus Rippentrop celebrated his 16th birthday last Thursday with a party at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. 3. Rippentrop, southwest of town. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Tel- camp. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Rippentrop and son. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and two sons, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Ennen and daughter and the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frer- THE NEW 1938 ZENITH RADIOS May Be PnrrhaMd on Convenient Badjret Plan at THOMAS Radio Service Irvington, Iowa Phone 1ZF12 Liberal Trade-in Allowance Pastor, Wife Recover Lakota: Mrs. Harry Mussman received a letter from the Rev. Nelson stating that he and Mrs. Nelson, who were sick when they left Lakota last week were much improved. Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Noble Overfield are the proud parents of a 7H pound boy. born Oct. H. The child has been named Noble Eugene. Mrs. H. L. Read of Lyle. Minn., is caring for the mother and child. Mr. Boles, superintendent of the Northwestern railroad, was here on business on Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotchkiss of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the D. B. Mayer home. Leonard and Oscar Warner are redecorating the interior of the Al fred Krammesmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner and Darrell visited Saturday and Sunday nt the Kitley home in Hardy. On Saturday evening. Mrs. Harriet Matzner entertained the following guests at a six o'clock dinner in honor of her daughter. Marjorie's 20th birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz, D. A. Carpenter. Phyllis Torgerson. (Harold Herzog and Bumont Wallers. BABY NEAR DEATH AFTER HEBRON CAR STRUCK IN SUNDAY CRASH ECONOMY Economy Is a virtue. The majority of people can make money, but very few can save it Save money while you are young, you will need it when you are old. One good way is to trade at Neville's, you get the same goods for less money and you can save the difference. Children's snow shoes, sizes up to big 2 at $L25 Ladies rubbers, medium heel, all sizes at 49c Boys' mud rubbers, red sole, high front, at . 45c Men's light medium or heavy i buckle overshoes $1.98 Men's late style black oxfords, Goodyear welts at 1*8 tfua'f Ol woolorto*Uimtttblmmin,*Mir**(i»*r1+* Men'i union suits, medium weight at - We All wool mufflers, assorted colors at 44c All colors in leather bound spats at 69c Stocking caps, new shapes at 25c Men's dress overcoats, best buy I ever made, at $9.98 A new shipment of men's suits SI5.00, SIG.OO and SI7.00 Men's Laskin lamb lined overcoats at $17.00 Men's corduroy shte\>-liiu'd coats. •"» length at M.OH Men's work shoe-; S1.59, S1.9H, Si.39. .Vi.U uml «.!W Men's dn-.s, Uiirts, regular $1 00 value-,, r.ov.- «9«- Ami so on all through the Mor-v Our stock is all standard quality. You get the best on the market anil thcapi-r than you i.iai buy it anywhere ul.se Tr;i«l<- at NVvillwN and suvr thf (HiTi-mii-c.. Jimmie Neville The Sltw Man FORT DEARBORN HOTEL ,50 $1.50 5. KOOMS I HUM Under new management tins 18-story fireproof building is being .•omnleU'ly remodeled and refurnished . . . Ev- c-ry convenience, including running Ice water in every room . . . New ,iir conditioned Coffee Shop .serving excellent food tit lowest oriceu. • LA SALLC & VAN BURCN STREETS LA SALLC STREET STATION Ledyard, Lincoln Twp. Ladies Meet For Project Work Lakota: Lucille Pepoon. home demonstration agent, gave the first lesson of the women's home project at the J. E. T^Jcamp home Friday with an all day training school for Ledyard and Lincoln townships and 15 women attended. The lesson on home made toys -for children, proved interesting to those present and all enjoyed a pot luck dinner. Mrs. Jones, specialist, also gave some training schools in the county last week. The next lesson will be given early in November. Handles Services Norman Frerking and Virgil Smith drove home from the University of Dubuque Friday evening for a visit with their respective parents. Saturday afternoon, Virgil accompanied by his brother. Wm., drove to Morgan, Minn., where Virgil had charge of services in the Presbyterian church.- where he preached during his vacation last summer. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. _. Heyes Saturday night This is their first child. The Tom Daileys. Algona. spent Sunday with Mrs. Dailey's mother. Mrs. Minnie Heetland. Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtjes. of Oranada. Minn., spent Sunday vis- ting Mrs. Wirtjes' mother. Mrs. Weringa. Mrs. Erman Hansen is still at Algona with her little son, who is recovering from an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman and Mrs. H, D. Mussman. Sr., spent Sunday visiting the F. C. Kiesters at Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw and Mrs. Will Thaves drove to Mason Ciy Saturday and spent the week end visiting relatives. Mesdames Earl Grabau. Alton Anderson and R. L. Williams spent last week Wednesday visiting Mrs. Arch Fedge at Eagle Grove. Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Maaon City, spent one day last week with her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Worley. She came with some friends who spent the day at Elmore and returned with them that evening. Mrs. W. E. Ley and son, James, drove to Fort Dodge Friday afternoon, where they visited Mrs. Ley's sister, Mrs. Albert Smith and her mother. Mrs. Opal Wheeler until Saturday when they all drove to Grinnell to visit Betty Ley. who is attending college there. They re turned home Sunday. The James, Samuel and Harry Warburtona drove to the Gus Tor- inea near Swea City Sunday, where they spent the day at a family gath- - r f — _ — — . _. *K^»" " * ' — •* Earl Eichorn Family All Injured on Way to Pay Visit Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eichorn and family were on their way to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Davis southeast of Buffalo Center last Sunday, when they met with an accident on a corner not far from their destination. Another car came from the east and hit them. Mr. Penning had just left his family off when he was going further on. The Eichorn family were alt injured, Mrs. Eichorn and the baby being injured the most serious. They were all taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center but are now at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frericks at Buffalo Center. The condition of the baby was reported as very critical. Ed Thompson and Harry Nelson took a load of cattle to St. Paul last week end. Berdean Frandle has been under the weathej for a few days and had to miss school. Leonard Anderson has been picking corn with his picker for I>ars Egesdahl the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haveland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Legried. Mrs. C. O. Legried and Russell. Bona and Coleman and Oscar Legried were Sunday dinner ruests at the Oscar Frandle home. From there they went to Joplln, MO., wh«« th«y ijfll vtrtt to Omaha Saturday where A delicious lunch was serv- BAHCROFTNEWS uruve **/ ^•••w-— —- - *.uj*i«. they will visit at the home of their ed by the committee, sisters. Mrs. Lee Brown and Mrs. Mrs. f. 3. Welp, Mrs. Jr. H. Menke Bancroft high school is enjoying a corn husking vacation this week. Flody Ma»on spent the week end at North Platte and Omaha, Neb., on business. Mrs. Alfred Pearson has been quite III for the past week. She is somewhat Improved now. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy of Hutchinson, Minn., spent Tuesday visiting friends and relatives in Bancroft Paul Kollasch and Gordon and Lillian McDonald were visitors in Algona Sunday at the Wm. Kollasch home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scholtes and children were Sunday dinner guests of Robert Pehrson and family, Swea City. Dorothy Lampe and Patricia Saunders spent the week end visit- Ing at the Marcellus Chalus home In Fort Dodge. Mrs. Mark iJyer entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Saunders won first prize and Mrs. John Behrmann won cut prize. The members of the W. C. O. F. met at the Forester Hall Thursday evening. Five hundred was played and Mrs. H. K. Lampe won first ROYAL BLUE elson of Glenburn, tt. D., who were visiting: there. accompanied the James Warburtons home and are spending this week visiting relatives here. Mrs. Simpkins is looking after the interests of her farm in Plum Creek township. DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? ROYAL BLUE That Famous Jellico Coal Sold Exclusively at NAUDAIN'S Phone 212-793-J RUGS Special Low Prices on 60 Fine New Wiltons, Axministers and Velvets 9x12 Wilton Special at —$49.80 9x12 Velvets Special at -.-.- $ 29 - 75 9x12 Axministers at $ 32 - 50 EXTRA SPECIAL IHeavy Wilton Throw Bugs While one bale lasts Only $1.50 Our rug stock is not surpassed in large city stores. See tKem today. 25 - SPECIAL - 25 Heavy spar finished felt base linoleum nigs, 9x12, going quickly at only Richardson Furniture Co. Where Furniture Sells For Less Louisiana Lady Visits Grant Home Grant: Mrs. C. G Boyce of Baton Roug". La., arrived Saturday after- loon for a visit with her aister. Mrs. Delhert Hunt The Grant L»di<-'.V Aid society will icct Wednesday. Oct. 27. with Mrs. \lfred ZieUke. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson attend•d a county custodians' meeting j^t Algor.a. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold VVaterhury visited Sunday at the Wm. McFarland home at Bancroft. The Mike Enocksons. Armstrong, | visited Sunday afternoon at the Swen Tjensvold home. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Mino and children visited Sunday afternoon at the Mable Mino home. Miss Wiliia Zilk spent the week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Fred Zilk at Paceville. Mr. and Mr.-. I'aul Selnerg and children vUiU-'t at the Johjn Patterson home. .Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lawreiv e Arndt and children of Klmore visited on Monday ;it the Hoy Mino home. Mr. and Mr.,. Ku-.sel \Vali-rhury of I Swe;i t.'ily were Sunday dinner guc.its at the Karl Patterson home, j Mi--. MiU'june Miuo of Fairmont ' \ spent the week elid at the home of | i he;- (parent.-*. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Mino. : I Mr. and Mr.-> Merlin Anderson land .-on. linger of Bancroft visited ! Saturday at the Eli Andirvjii home. 1 ! The Andrew Pederson family wire .Sunday dinner guests at the Kichard Magiiu.i.-ioii home at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Guest, who J have been working for Wrn. Payne, ' the past year, moved to Bancroft. Saturday. Paul Doughty, coach at the Grant .school, accompanied Mr and Mra. Alton Anderson of Lakota to Fayette. where they attended the Upper ioua homecoming. OCTOBER 23rd CHEVROLET PRESENTS THE NEW 19*8 CHEVROLET THE CAR OF LOW PRICE THAT BRINGS YOU THE NEWEST, MOST MODERN, MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTORING ADVANTAGES Chevrolet cordially invites you to visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer and inspect the finest motor car Chevrolet has ever produced—the new Chevrolet for 1938— the car that is complete. To see and drive this smart, dashing car is to know you'll be ahead with a Chevrolet ... to own it is to save money all ways . . . because, again in 1938 as for 27 years, the Chevrolet trade-mark ifl the symbol of savings. MODERN-MODE STYLING PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES CHEVROLET MOTOK DIVISION. Cmral UaHn Sain CurjMTMfail . DETROIT. MICHIGAN Cmrol Uann liuuU*M / > lo»r-m»njWy fojrmtKU te tul4 y*ir font. 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