The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 11
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The A%0tf& Upper Des Moines, 1987 THE BIGGEST Heretofore til, washer engines, including the fuoout Maytag Gasoline Mold-Motor, hive been one cylinder. The new Twin-Cylinder Mold-Motor qnlettri *t*ft* e*Mer, »ftd operate* S to SMbetm, under normal load, Ob * qofcrt of «**Mlm. It 1* InterdbMtekbto with *n electric motor. This engirte, built for a woman to operate, ii jost another reason why your choice of washers should be a Maytag. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR A DEMONSTRATION IF IT DOESNT SOL ITSELF, DONT KEEP IT THEMAYTAO COMPANY » MANUfACTUHEBS . FOUNDED 1»9i . NEWTON. IOWA Bfustrom's Maytag Sales and Service You Will Have To Hurry Setting New Fence Posts It's getting cold. The ground will soon be frozen. Get your posts set now for any new fences you intend putting up or any changes or repairs that are necessary. Steel or Cedar Posts all styles and sizes are ready for you at our yard, as well as every type of wire fence you will need. We have livery select stock of both posts and wire. The makes of both posts and wire we sell have been in use in this territory long enough to* prove their quality. You may buy your fence materials' from us with the certainty you won't be disappointed \\*ith either length and quality of service or with the price. But let us urge you once more to hurry your post setting F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa NEW BURT WELL READY FOR TEST Is 625 Feet Deep—Took Several Months To Drill Hurt: The new town well, which haa been in the process of drilling for several months, was completed last week and Is to be tested out this week. The well Is 525 feet deep and the water stands within 25 feet of the top. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Gifford are parents of a daughter born Friday morning, Oct. 22. Injury to Arm Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks slipped on her kitchen floor a week ago Sunday, and fell breaking a bone In her left arm. Mrs. George Manus has been ill the past week with pleurisy. Mrs. I. W. Kansen entertained the Hi-Low bridge club last week Tuesday afternoon. The W. J. Lockwooda spent the week end with Mrs. Lockwood's parents at Renwlck. J. G. Sewlck attended an all day school for school custodians at Algona last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine were business visitors at Eagle Grove and Clear Lake Thursday. Charlotte Dremmel celebrated her fourth birthday Friday afternoon by entertaining eight little friends at a party. The Legion Auxiliary will hold its monthly sewing meeting nt the G. C. Giddings home Friday afternoon, Oct. 29. Roy Ollom was taken to the Kossuth hospital Thursday, where he was operated on for a ruptured duodonal ulcer. Eugenic Kriethe, who is a student at Drake University, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Little Lena Carter celebrated her third birthday last week Tuesday by having a number of her little friends in for a party. The H. W. Trainer family moved to Algona last Friday. The house vacated by them will be occupied by the Ed Thaves family. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann went to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday, where Rev. Richmann had a final check-up on his throat Mrs. Paul Macauley returned home from the Kossuth hospital on Thursday where she had undergone an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove and her daughter, Barbara, Algona, spent last week with Mrs. Hardgrove'a mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Buffalo Center spent Thursday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Knoll, and waa calling on Burt friends on Friday. Glenn Graham and Charles Coffin returned home Tuesday from Iowa City, where they had been taking treatment at the University hospital. About thirty members of the Pres- byterlun Mite society and Methodist Aid society attended a guest day nt the Lone Rock church Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman received a tnlegrnm last week announcing the birth of their flret grandchild, a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chipman, Mt Ida, Arkansas, Monday, Oct. 18. Ruby Sanderson went to Pocahon- taa Wednesday to act as bridesmaid at the wedding of a friend, Alice Ballard, which took place Thursday. The girls both worked in the Frazier cafe here for some time. The Presbyterian church will have a get-together and supper at the church Friday evening. A program is being planned, which will include a radio address by Dr. Robert E. Spcer on the Centennial. The Misses Eva Whitney and Mattie Warner !eft Thursday for Santa Paula, California, where they expect to spend the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith took them to Jefferson, wfeere they took the train. Lorena Schwietert, Mason City, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert She Is having a two weeks' vacation from her duties in the Mason City bus depot On Thursday Lorena and Helen Schwietert, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove and daughter, Barbara, Algona, spent the day at Dolllver at the Melvin Hunt home. Corwith-Fairview Scarlet Fever Now Showing A Decline Corwith-Fairview: The number of scarlet fever cases In this community appears to be decreasing. No new cases have been reported for a number of days. The last family to be quarantined was the Orville Shank family. All the patients are recovering And some will be out of quarantine within a few days. The nurse sent here by the Iowa State Health department has returned to work at Des Moines. Irving Applegate of Algona called at his farm at Corwith Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Peterson of Fort Dodge visited Sunday at the Albert Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Puffer and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hilyard. Mrs. Albert Johnson entertained the Northwest circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid, at her home last Wednesday afternoon. John Evans went to Mason City Saturday afternoon and brought back a new corn picker for the Corwith Implement Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown entertained her mother, Mrs. Brockman of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kruse of Granada, Minn., at supper Sunday evening. A number of local hunters have purchased duck stamps and are trying their luck at duck hunting. No big shoots have been reported so fnr. Lee Williams shot one duck one mdrning last week. Wilma Merriam and Eleanor Johnson, student nurses at the Mason City Mercy hospital, spent Saturday night and Sunday morning nt the homes of their parents. Both girls assisted in caring for the Renwick school bus accident victims taken to the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and daughters, Margaret and Frances and Mrs. Lee Williams and little son, Gary Lee, visited Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and at the home of Mrs. William Godfrey at LuVerne. Neahrings, Sexton, Kin of Victim In School Bus Crash Sexton: Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Neahrlng attended the funeral of Rex Simpson at Renwlck Monday afternoon. Mr. Simpson was a distant relative through marriage of Mrs. Neahring. Mr. Simpson waa driver of the school bui, which waa struck by the streamline train on the Rock Island at Mason City on Friday. The W. C. Taylors entertained at dinner on Monday evening. Four couples were the guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Clarence Anderson home north of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran and children were Sunday dinner guests at the A. L. Greenfield home. Mr. Curran is a nephew of Mr. Greenfield. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield will entertain the Sexton Ladies' Aid at her home here Thursday afternoon of next week, Nov. 4. Everyone is cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Voss, at LuVerne, Saturday being Mr. Voss' birthday. The Henry Phillips family of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Phillips' mother 0nd sister, Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Mrs. Drusilla Noble. ANNOUNCING A Complete Display * of 1938 ng Linoleum WALL PAPER Our 1938 Spring wall paper patterns are now coming la. If you plan to paper thia fall come In—we know that we can suit you on pattern, »tyle, color, and price. 1119IITU We are now receiving shipments of 1938 Armstrong linoleums and floor coverings, the very best in pattern, style, and durability. A r m • strong's Linoleums are known the world over because they give wear-satisfaction. We can make up custom-made floors from our selection of 1938 linoleums such as black and white bathroom designs, color designs for entry halls, kitchen, and dining room designs with feature strips and borders. We will be glad to give your requirements personal attention. School At Seneca Again In Session Seneca;: The Seneca consolidated school opened Wedn«*iy, Oct. 60, after a two days' vacation. The school closed Monday, Oct. 18, for a two weeks' corn husking vacation but due to the bad weather school was started again. Regina Berens, fifth and sixth grade teacher, was vacationing in Omaha and Joplin, Mo., and was unable to be back to teach. Florence Looft substituted for her. Trouble in Santa Clans land. Odd dispute over Kris Krlngle'* painting in Indiana's toy town tarnhut the project into a grown up squabble instead of a children's dream city. Read it in the American Weekly, the rrmgnzim* distributed, with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pnin, ilo not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right rn with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. Tou are welcome to come In for an examination without charges. At that time I ran explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL, Alpona. Iowa 21-tf is the breakfast I bank on" says Great American All-Star Quarterback, VERNE HUFFMAN, pilot of the 1937 winning All• Star Football team t • Mothers by the millions give this wonderful whole-grain cereal to children because it's so rich in food energy, so rich in flavor. Yet costs but V4 cent per portion. There is no other oatmeal like Quaker Oats 1.. .And Quaker Oats has the extra value of Nature's Vitamin B— the precious vitamin you need daily to combat nervousness, constipa- FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 ROOMS FROM 1 Under new management this 18-story fireproof building Is being completely remodeled and refurnished . . . 'Every convenience, Including running Ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food nt lowest prices. • " LA SALLE & VAN BUREN STREETS Opposite LA SALLE STREET STATION CHICAGO FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. K. &. COWAN, Owner. Northwest Iowa's Large*! Selection of Paint and Wall Paper WHOLESALE AND BETAIL 6BADY PHILLIPS, *«*. 14 Block So. Iowa State Bank. Phone 276 Four Good Clothes Values at 4 Outstanding Prices Outstanding values at lowest prices, that's what we have to offer you at only— 19 50 22 50 24 50 29 50 Suits - Overcoats Wo nro justly proud of our wonderful show- iiiff of Full Suit:) thnt iiro now on dlxplny in our .store. They represent the very bi'.'it vitlues WB Imve ever .shown. Never has it ben your good fortune to buy such qimlity rlotht'H fit .such low prire.s. Tile right styles for Full and Winter wear. Made by the country's best miimifacturors. Now models, expensively tailored in fabrics nnd patterns that arc so much ia demand. Here you will find models for old and young in a large variety of oclor combinations. No better values anywhere. Better Value Colorizing personal- it k-s with ... NEEDLES Fruit of the Loom SHIRTS . . . whether you are a brunette, blond, grey haired or a red head. If your complexion w fair, rudely or sallow . . . we have just the right color combinations to colorize your personality. Look your best thia fall . . . we'll be glad to help you. Have your personality colorized. L66 HAVE THE THRILL OF WEARING A Really Fine Alpaca Fleece Coat at a very reasonable price 'BARPACA' Is a Fabric of Fine Alpaca Coating that all Men want Usually Priced 50 to $55 See Our Windows It's Different It's Warmer It's Lighter Yet Here Is a Genuine Barpaca Coat Priced At only SO Zender & Caldwell Algona, Iowa

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