The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1937 · Page 2
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West Bend Ladiet Hostesses at Cards West Bend: Mrs. Ray Miller nnd Mrs. Jas. Greenfield entertained at four tables of bridge Friday eve- ntitg. Mrs. Al Montag won high Score and Mrs. Jaeger, the consolation prize. Mrs. I. J. Webber entertained the U. and I. bridge club Miss Eileen Jurgens returned nome from Elgin, HI., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Miller o Ionia, Iowa, spent Sunday at th home of Mrs. Miller's aunt, Mrs M. Mantz. The ladies taking charge of the Red Cross drive enjoyed a nine o'clock breakfast Tuesday morning and plans were formulated for canvassing the town of West Sent and West Bend township. Mrs John Cunningham is chairman an<3 the committee is Mrs. H. M. Mantz Mrs. H. Peck, Mrs. Myron Boos, Mrs. B. F. McFarland and Mrs, Howland. Annual Legion FEATHER PARTY 9 (ion Hall WESLEY CAGERS BEAT BANCROFT Of TWO GAMES Open Season With Double Victory; Play 17 on Schedule The Algona Upper Peg Moines, AlgoHa, Iowa, Nov. 18,1937 Monday Evening November 22nd 7:30 p. in. Your Thanksgiving Dinner Turkeys Geese Ducks Everybody Welcome Admission Free Wesley: The boys and girls bas ketball teams of the Wesley high school took both games In a double header with the Bancroft high school Friday night on the local floor, the boys winning by a score of 30 to 13 and the girls with score of 19 to 16. This was the first fame o{ the season for the local girls and boys and both teams showed surprising ability. The bas- tetball schedule for the Wesley high school is as follows: Nov. 16, at Crystal Lake. Nov. 19, Corwith there. Nov. 23, Crystal Lake here. Nov. 30. Corwith here. Dec. 3, Leland there. Dec. 7, Whittemore there. Dec. 10, Vernon consolidated ere. Dec. 14, LuVerne here. Dec. 16, Vernon consolidated lere. Jan. 4. Thompson here. Jan. 7, Bancroft there. Jnn. 10. LuVerne there. Jan. 14. Whittemore here. Jan. 21, girls' county tournament LuVerne. Jan. 28, boys' county tournament, Algona. Feb. 1, Thompson there. Feb. 3, St. Cecelia there. Feb. 11. St. Cecelia here. Feb. 15, Leland here. Feb. 18, girls' sectional. Feb. 25, boys' sectional. Members of the girls' squad are- Lavon Gerdes, Lillian Johnson Jane Eisenbacher, Louis Fox. Vera Forburger, Rose Seiler. Maxine Seil er, Donnelle Erdman, Virgina. Sher man, Carol Mae Goslin, Imogene Neuroth. The boys' squad consists of Pau Goslin, Alvin Loebig, John Bottom Charles Krause, Robert Studer Martin Monson, Pearly Haynes Junior Bottom. Lawrence Hildman Mike Lloyd, Julius Monson. Ed Lorenz and Jerry Wingert. friends. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz entertained at Sunday dinner'the following: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefe and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bollihger and son, Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and son, Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFnll and daughters, Phyllis and Janet. Mrs. William Donahoe, Jr., who has been a patient at the Pine Knoll sanitarium. Davenport, came home last week Wednesday for a ten day visit. This Is Mrs. Dona hoe'i first visit home and her health is much improved. Maxlne, the daughter of the Donahoe's who attends school in Emmetsburg, spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. William Huskamp and son, Robert, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moses went to ,Story City Sunday to visit relatives and en- route home they visited the Hus- tamp's son, nnd daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huskamp to ?et acquainted with the letter's In- 'ant daughter, Judith Kay, born Tuesday, Nov. 9th. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp ntertained at a family dinner on Junday. Guests were Mr .and Mrs lomer Huskamp of Brltt, Mr. and itrs. Emil Huskamp of Waseca, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbo- ast and daughter. Yvonne and Mr. nd Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and aughters, Phyllis and Janice and 3on Boevers of Algona. The occasion was the birthday anniversaries of Homer Huskamp, Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Ervin Kus- kamp. EVENT Amateur Contest, Bowl ing, Noisemakers, Eats Are on the Program Seneca : The annual Seneca schoo carnival will b e held at the sc'ico. house Tuesday evening, Nov. 23. An amateur contest jvill be open lo anyone that wishes to enter with a first prize of $2, second of $1 and third of 60 cents. Bowling, a fish pond and plenty of noisemakers will furnish other entertainment of the evening with plenty of *ood eats for everyone. There will be fun for both old and young. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons spent Thursday evening at the Howard Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and amily spent Sunday <«t th» Jack Bonwart home near Rodman. Mrs. Frank Looft, Mrs. Clarence ardner and Mrs. Jay Godden spent Saturday afternoon at the Shaldon Merrill home. Mr. and Mrs. O. R Patterson and family spent the week end at Cedar Falls with their son and brot'i -r Wesley, who is attending college there. ter Florence, *nd Adrian Isabelle, all of Qu'Appelie, Saak., Mrs. Monk Cook. Brownflcld, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, Fenton were last week Tuesday dlnne guest* at Eugene Pearson's. Mrs.' Delbert Geluenaner and Mrs. Merle Culbertson entertained at three tables of 600 Wednesday evening at colbertson's. Attending: Mesdames Merwin Marldw Melvln Hawks, Frederick Schultz Calvin Householder, Jim Ackftr- tnan. Otfe Sanders, Raymond Bierstedt, Jack £uinn, and Emll Kraft. Mrs. Ackarman won high. The Mothers club met Wednesday with Mrs. Andrew Thomsen STOMACH ULCERS : HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK TUB W1LLARD TREATMENT htt brought prompt, deflniM relief In thoujjadTof cm of «wmHi««l ^^MVHMH UlttnTB> QQG tO Hy|MMW*V" tty f and other forms of Stotnoch Dis- A. H. BORCHARDT A • Mrs. 'Raymond Blerstedt Mslrtlng. Mrs. T. D. Arend gave ft paper on Character Building With Toys. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Cheater Aline; vice, Mrs. Calvin Householder; secretary - treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Blanchard. The ae«t meeting will be «t Mrs. Calvin Householder's, Mrs. Harry Hobstttt assisting. * I35SS. PurAsnow FLOUR Special Sale Friday and Saturday Large bag $ 179 £•• «/ Free Premium Coupon in every sack Thrilling Romany Pottery SEE OUR DISPLAY SATURDAY C. S. Johnson FLOUR. SWEA MAN HUSKS 106 BUSHELS PER DAY FOR21 DAYS Mesdames John Newel. Emma Ruske. R. L. Padgett. George Boettcher, Oliver Stoeber, Shelby Weisbrod. F. P. Newel. John Kramer. W. R. Wolfe and W. E. Stoeber quilted at the Legion rooms on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. George and Marie Pertl. Robert Votteler and Miss Ann.a Finn went to Iowa City Saturday morning where the former three visited Marin Pert], student at the State Un- versity and Miss Finn visited with Reuben Olson Farm Yield ed About 500 Bushels Total Swea City: Reuben Olson, who lives east of Swea City has a corn husking record worthy of attention. He husked an average of 106 bushels daily for around 20 days The corn crop on the Olson farm of 240 acres this year totals 5,000 bushels. In 1936 they raised 700 bushels. This Winter In Good Clothes A Dollar Goes a Long Way at Misbach's OVERCOATS 18 50 •• 29'° • 14.85 - 16.50 SUITS Mode by Curlee, in new Rttglim hhouldent, full and haJf belts, in new Alpaca flwc* at Other Coats at 12.50 Warm woolen uintrr nuiUt, in Miigli- and doubli- hrciuit- «•<!, plain and »,p<irt Imckit. In pluiiU, < lircks, herrinir-hone New Ki now so full wi-ii-ht. In lircpun, )>luc, grcru and K r *'>—;i!l siz»-H. By ( urli-c ;.nil .Mil IKK I, St. rn »,„$' WINTER GLOVES—Wool lined leather, .soft, warm Fur liut-d at yj.4. 1.19-2.25 FLANNEL PAJAMAS, and button style, in Itriti'lit . .-. 1.19-2.45 SWEATERS, for boys and men, bi^' variciy. b:,n<iij and xijipt r The D. W. Fults family spent last Sunday visiting friends at Spencer. Mrs. Keith Albertson. Beulah jladstone. Helen Newstrand and Bernita Gaarde spent last week "end at Iowa City. The Rev. R. p. Bronlewee arriv- cl home from LeMars last Monay. having closed a series of meetings there Sunday night Agnes Olson and Beulah Gladstone were dinner guests of June Larson at her home northwest of town, last Thursday evening. The Ladies' Guild will meet on Friday afternoon at 2:30. The hostesses arc Mrs. Harold Ditsworth Mrs. Alfred Anderson and Mrs. Alolan. The program will be on Thanksgiving in charge of Mrs. Walter Smith. Gayl Kessler spent last week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. -has. Kessler. Gayl has a job with the Chase Brass and Copper Corporation and was recently in Cleveland, Ohio. Hartford. N. J and New York City in the interests of hi.s company. LONE ROCK NEWS OPEn HOUSE Lotts Creek's First Parish Night Set For Friday, 19th Lotts Creek: Friday evening, Nov. 19, will be the first parish night party in the parochial school basement starting at 8. Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Meyer, Mr. aiH Mr and Mrs. Adolph Peril, Mr. and M |f S EdI , Kuee 't"; Martin Schmidt, Alfred Wittkopf arc on the serving committee. These entertainments are held once a month during the winter months. WINTER SCARPS Jicaiitit'ul n.| 1 ,|-s ) -.jjii clialiis and \vuul.s 69c-2.45 HATS FOR WINTER iiy l.niiizli-y and Ft-at uriiiL; dccpi-r ,heather tunes 1.95-5.00 A newly remodeled store with an entirely new supply of fell and winter clothing needs for men and boys. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money NISBACH'S in Canada The Art Jar.-hmana received a telegram from Saskatchewan Can•>;J*. Monday noon that Mrs. Mt- Uean had ,j led - nie M ,<;i tans visited a.t the Ja'*rnanb last fall The Mite society met Thursday with Mrs. T. D. Arend*. Mrs. VlrgU Schrocder, of spent Saturday at Eugene ] son's. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz attended an auto show nt Des Moines last week Monday. Mrs. F, M. Hasken, St. Paul, spent from Thursday till Sunday at the Rev. T. D. Arends home. Alfred Hawks, Hinkley, Calif., arrived Wednesday for a week with his mother, Mrs. Kate Hawks. The Legion Auxiliary entertained he Lepion boys at an oyster stew and party at the post's hall Thurs- lay evening. t Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson nd Viola Nelson, Ringsted, were Thursday evening dinner puests of Irs. John Dempeey. W. G. and Fred Flaig and Thomas O'Donnell attended an In- ernational Harvester meeting at fason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bie_retedt. Jurt, and their daughter Evelyn ere Thursday evening visitors at le Mrs. Kate Hawks home. Lettio Williams, Rochester. Minn. spent most of la«t week with Mr. nnd Mrs. N. L. Cotton. She spent Friday at J. M. Blanchard'u. Olivia Kresoln and Eleanora Pompe, Lotts Creek, spent Thursday evening nt Frank Macumber's. Mr. Macumber spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained last week Tuesday evening, and Mesdames J. M. Blanchard, flay Snydor. Arthur Priebe, Frank Flaip. H. J. Rice, Eugene Pearson, ind W. G. FlaiK were guests. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moses, dnugh- USE ff*flSff^ 9e»^ WCb °°" froro- FRIDAY EVENING . We Invite you to attend the Op*n House showing of Christmas toys and gifts Friday evening of this week. Don't fall to come and bring the whole family, especially the children. There will M a display and do* momtratlon of the greatest assortment of toy* In our entire history. Action toy* of all kinds, trains, dolls and a hott of othor Kerns. .WITH 29 PIECES OF FURNITURE! DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? I'arcnti of Girl Mr and Mrs V/rn Zumarh are tne prr,u.J parer,!, of * baby Klr) t-orn lo tht-rri .Surj-lay morning N'ov H This makes them a family of two boys nrnl i,r<>; %tr\ Tr.H K.ar.^thr.,) Lutheran fhurr-h will 'tJtbratfe Kr, K iii,h r.ommunion .Sunday .-,'ov. 2\ Stima Meyer o, Fer.ton u helping with the nou.,,: work at the Wrn Meyer, during , orn pirking. Mr and Mr., Otto L,e»ner of Austin Mir.r. , ame here for a vihit with friend, ar.d relatives Mr and Mr*. H^o FauUtith attended the funeral of <;*,„<,, f; ron bam at Wfntt*rr,ort .Sunday afternoon Wrn. Ku«(h Jr and daughter Mar.an and Mr. VVrr, Ku**n H/ visited Friday evemr,* ^ t, lt John Markgraf home Mr ., a "' j Mf » Kenr.etn Bolimger a/nJ Mr and Mr^ Wilw.ar Wnhten- dahl were Hur.day evening v,» at tne Olto Wi,hter.danl home Mrs. Hugo KauUtir.h. Mr, fnto Ruhnke and I^ona, Mri. Nirlt f'tiiKler and r-hylli* and Viola Bell rro.-n U,tt» Crttk attended trie tiaas play at Kenton Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hi/itz and Marian and ('aroime. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert fctrau and aori. Kdward and Kdna Si.-hulu and daughter fcluine. Mr. and Mm. Henry Schultz! Mr and M™. Art OeiJenfeldt were Sunday dinner guests ut the Wm. Wctzel home. corn fooc SENECA NEWS Mi and family of oi,cnt several days [|, t •'t the- Miku Kennedy anil Mis. Harry Smith and near C'omfrey, Minn . days [|, t paat wi-t-k J \V Mr.,. K E. Sliigle tuughl English in Hit- .Suin.-i.-u hixli iihool ui,J junior high bcliool laal week tor MI-.S J;JIH-I .Stcifc-. who was lalk-J away Juc lo tiic iJtuih ot a fii'.-nd VISIT OUR FOOT RELIEF SECTION — and leain ho-* thouianris of people suffciu.g with tired, painful feet, •,. t-a It ankles, i , • ,., n .down ai . t s, _. crooked n. ,s, callouses, bunions and '..i'.:\nr .jihles have been benTfitr 1 thioi^n the use of Dr. Schoir> Ft ot Condon Appliances. Our VIM! Comfort Section ;i ii. i:.^i;;e of a miii who knows feet as v. ell usihocs an-i w.ll gladly answer any questions you rrioy care to ask him concerning shoe, an-1 »ru>e fitting. Come in for a Free Derrior»ttrat;on. BROWNELL SHOE CO, Algona, Iowa AMERICAN LEGION FEATHER PARTY NOV. 23 SpMial"Wel-Ums t 'Doll A SLM VALUE A very special offer. Attractive rubber bodied dolL Drinking and Betting type. Complete with layette, Including undershirt, diaper, booties, bath towel, sponge, bath mat, soap tray, soap, and hotwater bottle. Special. DISH SET SPECIAL A large China dinner set consfarttag of 23 pieces of bMiiufullj decorated China. Finer quality than ever before available at this price. Complete Set. A B«autlfful, Substantial Doll HOUM 18 inches High, S3 inches Long and 11 inches Wide. Has 4 rooms and a complete set of miniature furniture for each room—living room, bed room, kitchen and bath. An outstanding value that will brim lots of fun to any child. , Doll Bouse Only $L9T Furniture Set Per Room Me COMPLETE SET Dial Typewriter H«g 40 iteel type character*. Ttkei regular size letter pcper. Self inking. Each Toy Dripolator Set An aluminum act of over >0 (MCea tnclud- int a drip coffee mmka, oq», maun, , pUtei, ipooiu and J napkina.A real Takie. ' COMET" . . 89' JUNIOR TINKER TOY An old fairaril*. A wood cofutnclkm let makinc hundred* of modeto. Complete Baby Grand Piano Play, reel muic. l*(k* Chime tone* a «f* TAPPING: SET A new, popular, metal lapping outfit. Very pop«1« and inetnic- ti«e. Complete i^jl &{ Gamble's ^ Stock Farm Special Uui-ks, Oeese, Turkejs Hums —at— WESLEY LEGION HALL Over First National Hank WESLEY Plenty of room. GET UP NIGHTSf FMkll KII>.\aCV» WITH I.IHT oil. but'hu leaven, etc. Makb i» tlinpU; u-et If DuaattBu U »can- ty. liieKUlar. smarts, or burnt, have ui-ut iJ..-tJre, li'-l tin lilxhta or If eyij Uli- kluifulel, caunlnif Lai-k- I .-., J. u .l|..-r oil. bUi.hu K-aven '"t 1 ", 1 " 1 " '""'•• Kn-eli tablc-U j liukeii to fliiHh the kiUneys ","< ''i'" w V" ld ,"»," '-astor oil t,J . n... i,., rt ,..]^ iK-lp nature tllm- i i'"" "; j; V'" •->••»"• watte ami ciceaa i" , '"'f '}, L a " y d : u ** Ut t"* «»e tent b..\ .,l ):,;kvta Lot-ally at LuBby'B A.„•-,,,a, IJ..-MOI. ijruK .St.jie, Titonka.' Sparkling Machine Gun PttM the tiiuer and it oukea a a«ae kka a ouch*, (ua at the aama tlm« Uuownc apaika bom boot at baneL Equipped witt baaif) (Jock w<uk moloc. A •«/ populai item. S(ir«kli(hl Air P«rt A Model Aii Port makea radio Batter? SfAMKLINO FIGHTING TANK Climb, up tteep (rada and onr obaUctea. Fvinc uaikl* guaa. Ua> hoolu oa r AS2.se _ Valuo A complete barn yard Mt t^gi"^'^ bun with 11 uiortod eardbM/d turn tnlmuli tad 10 w- •orted rubber «nlm«li. Complete with rubber and cardboard fence and a rubber Modal Tractor, an extra value which we include with thfe let An outatand- ,| A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ,' OF G.AMES , AND BOOKS '\ lOc ERECTOR SET IA popular metal con- 04>t [ atrutUon aet. Compl Ujf* TOOL CHEST coalaialof a - pUte auortmaot of cvptotar too*>. AND UP ASLM Value . TOURIST uw *5Id n<w "**"' l "8 Spartfllng Mechanical Frvlght Train Ha« 8 tectioaa of curved track, S section* of .traight track. Wind-op en«in7, tender, tank car and caboot*. Spark, ahoot from imoke stack of engine. One of our bifgtM toy bargaiof. THREE BIG DOLL SPECIALS BABY POLL SPECIAL *, "f ** MMt) Brewed ta . rewe organdie triooud with MuT KM white cotton booti**. AaTt "Heal nto. «| tu, .(»daJlri*e7 Christmas Card Assortment Anatfaattjtaaaaoft- meatatMcudtaud •>•**>•*•. AS d**w- aal aiua and itflca. A »iwcia; value at and bead. RUBBER DOLL rt*M) * uoi, GAMBLE STORES UCin* furtuar AceucU.) at Britt and Oww

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