The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 18,1937 Algona Pastor at Burt Burt: The Rev. V. E. Bufgeat, Algona, preached at the local M. R church Sunday evening at the first service of a preaching mission being held this week. Other apeak* ers were the Rev. Nelson, Lu- Verne, the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope, the Rev. W. O. Muhleman, the Rev. Arthur Bottom and the Rev. J. M. Doms of the Burt Presbyterian church. STORM SASH WILL FAY FOB ITSELF In 2 Years Inquire of any heating engineer the value of storm sash in cutting your fuel costs. We can refer you to a local heating engineer who will prove definitely the great savings involved in having your home or office equipped with storm sash. We will gladly send a representative to measure your openings and quote you prices. No obligation involved. Better call at our office or phone 256. Be sure to get the better kind of storm sash; they cost no more. Now is the time to have your Hardwood Floors Laid "Everything to Build Anything" Botsford Lumber Co. Mrs. August Becker, who la seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital, is slowly improving. Herbert French of LuVerne was a week end guest at the Lyle Mathes home, Herbert is Mrs. Mathes brother. H. N. Kruse of the Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to attend a finance meeting. Rath McSfahon spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Ruth teaches school at Garner. Flora Tiss, bookkeeper at the Security State Bank, has been ill at her home since Sunday and has been unable to attend her duties at the bank. Leighton Slisbach will return today (Thursday) from Chicago, where he has been since Friday, on a buyXng trip for the Misbach clothing store. Sirs. Rose Wnrd of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, came to Algona last week and will make her home with her brother, Harry Spongberg. Mrs. Ward is a widow. Sirs. O. -I. Stephenson returned Saturday from Sioux City where she had been visiting her daughter, Margaret, who is a student at the Morningside college. Charlotte Klnscth of Ottosen un- JIM POOL, PHONE 256 y<yt^r^v&fffff>yia^^ DOLLS You've never seen so many dolls at such reasonable pricse. Make your selection now. We will lay dolls away on payment of a deposit. Beautiful Baby Dolls Some with real hair, eyes that close. All sizes. Dolls with bottles, extra diapers and clotheslines. Dinah dolls 25c- $ 4.50 MINIATURE MILK CHOCOLATES Eight delicious flavors—strawberry, honey nougat, vanilla, raspberry, cocoamit cream, nut butter toffee, peppermint, apricot- marmalade assorted, per pound 30c Cordial Cherries, 3 different hds, 1 Ib bx 29c Harriet Clark, ass'td chocolates 1 Ib bx 29c Lg Bittersweet Peppermint Patties 111) 25c Christmas Candies Several Different Mixes per Ib. 15c to 25c Hawcott & Ogg The Algona Auction Co. We are here to »erv« both the tteller and buyer at our pavilion In Algoua every Saturday. Saturday Nov. 20 For Uil» Saturday we will have a good load of white face ktoer*, weighing about 500 to 700 ID*. aUo a good run of mixed lot*. On our Saturday Hale* we will wOl anything that you have, including furniture, po*U, potatoes, apple* and all kind* of fruit, machinery and »mue odd* and end* of live vtock. Also expect to make thi* our Hone Saint Day. Tuesday. Nov. 23 We are getting good run* oi we*tom cattle in our Tuesday wTexpect to have a good run of White Face* for thl. Don't forget that we wUI *«il by weight or head. Al»o other mixed M*. W« have th* beet ol buyer*, *o bring in anything you have to tell. Won't forgeWio*e veal calve* a* we hftw buyer* lor them. Cowten your »took to u* a* we wUl do all we can to get the be*t price*. I have • good run of feeder [Off* la each Ml* We for derwent an appendectomy at the General hospital Monday night She is recovering nicely. Charlotte is employed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell. Sirs. Earl Orillith and Sirs. L. W. Fox drove to Spencer Thursday of last week to visit Mrs. Al Sterzing who formerly lived in Algona, and to Spirit Lake to visit a sister of Mrs. Fox, Mrs. William Scholtcn. State Comptroller C. B. Murtngh had a birthday last Sunday and a family dinner party celebrated the event. The exact age of Charlie is not stated, but he is looking youthful and it is known that he has young ideas. Sir. and Sirs. W. I). Howie of Emmetsburg. Mr. iind Mrs. G. II. Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargrenves spent the week end at Minneapolis attending the Minnesota-Northwestern foobtall K' imc and homecoming. Sirs. Nick Decker, mother of Mrs. H. R. Gibson, had a fainting spell Wednesday morning in front of the Hub Clothiers, and was given first-aid treatment. Mrs. Decker, who is quite elderly, has been subject to such spells recently. Mr. and Sirs. Ralph Loss and two children, Marjorie and Jimmie of Bremerton, Washington, arrived Wednesday noon for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Loss 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Mrs. Loss will be remembered as Cleora Norton. Mr. and Sirs. R. W. Stoeber of Fenton visited Mrs. Stoeberts brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and family here, Sunday. The Reeds moved here last week from Ooodell. Mr. Reed is a new mechanic in the Chevrolet garage, Joe Lowe, E. V. Fierce, Mart Weaver and L. L. Corrle of Urbana Illinois, attended a conservation meeting at Humboldt, Wednesday evening, at which J. N. Darling spoke. Mr. Darling is a cartoonist for the DCS Mulnes Register & Tribune. Sir. and Sirs. James Elbert and little daughter, Shirley, drove tci Clarion to be the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor Sunday. Mr. Taylor is employed by the Bell Telephone company, and was recently transferred to Clarion from Humholdt. \V. T. rrranrtl in recovering .lirc- ly afti'i- having broken his right ankle the lir.st week in October. Mr. I'rcsnell is employed by the Jonn Ueere Implement Comuny, and the ankle was broken when u corn pii.-lt- or full on him while he was helping to set it up on a farm. Sir. und Sirs. Andrew Godfrrdion and daughter, Lois Ann, and Mrs. Godfrudson's daughter, Mrs. Helen Reeves of Sioux City spent the week end at Volga City and Strawberry Point visiting flrends und relatives. Mrs. Reeves is now visiting at Lake Mills with her little daughter, Donna Jean, and will return to Sioux City, Saturday. .Mr. and Mm. O. U'. Erlckkon spent the week end in Minneapolis attending the Minnesota-Northwestern football game. They were met there by Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. Isabelle Wesley of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, and Mr. Erickson's brother's wife, Mrs. C. F. Erickson of Minneapolis, who returned home with* them for u visit. Sir. and SIr«. William \Vei» and children, Irma Rose and Paul returned from Calmer, lowu, where they helped Mrs. Wt-is' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith, celebruto thuir golden wedding anniversary. All of the lalter's children and grandchildren except their youngest daughter wer L - in attendance. This daughter is a missionary in Wuchang, China. Sirs. Floyd fierce und her sister, Dora Silvers, drove to Webster City, Tuesday, to visit their mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce and Doris drove to Kansas City, Missouri, where they will be for the next ten days visiting with friends and relatives. Doris has resigned us waitress at the Pierce Cafe und will go on to California from Kansas City where she will visit relatives und look for employment. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Golgel «P*»* Monday at Storm Lake visiting heir daughter, Georgtann, a student at the Buena Vista college. Mr. and Mr*. C. H. William* Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and the Williams' guest, Mrs. Mable Benson of Manly, drove to Eagle Grove, Wednesday evening to attend a dinner party at the Guy Hinkley lome. Editor Lee O. Wolfe of the Tlton- ka Topic is at the Veterans Hospital n Des Moines recuperating and receiving medical attention. Mrs. Wolfe is in charge of the Topic in .he meantime. The many friends of Lee, who is one of the well cnown newspaper men of northern :owa, are all pulling for him. Frank Bestcnlehner, president of the Whittemore State Bank, was a pleasant caller at this office Monday. Frank was walking with a cane on account of a fall at the time his bank was robbed last June. He had been visiting his son, Bud, in Chicago and with relatives at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Sir. and Mrs. E. L. Jackson of Mason City have rented the W. A. Foster house on south Dodge street and are moving here this week. Mr. Jackson is with the Diamond Bread Co. of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. McAtee, who have been living in the Foster house, have rented the Mr*. Ten* Healy «f Brit* will be a guest of Mrs. B. M. Southgate at a guest tea today (Thursday). Mrs. Ann Fechner cam* home on Friday from Chicago where she had spent the past few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Wm. C. Boger. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Llnnan drove to Des Moines Monday. Mrs. Linnan went on from there to Kansas City and Marysville, Kansas, where she will visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wassenberg, for about two weeks, Mr. Linnan returned to Algona after attending to business matters. The paator and representatives of the Missouri Lutheran congre- ;atipn of the Algona Circuit met last Sunday afternoon at Fenton. fwelve pastors attended the meet- Blerstedt, and Mrs. Rose Barto, all of Algona, attended. Ing. Rev. R. Kabelitz of Fenton presided. Rev. Ad. Schwiddcr of Wall Lake, president of the Iowa district gave a very inspiring and instructing lecture on the work of the church. Rev. P. J. Braner, Robert Liesener. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mrs. Brnner, Dora Alumni of Seneca Win Pair of Games Seneca: The Seneca high school girls and boys opened their basketball season Friday evening by meeting the Seneca alumni teams. The Seneca alumni girls defeated the high school girls in a slow game by the score of 18 to 27. The Seneca alumni boys also defeated the high school boys by a score of 13 to 20. Those who played on the boys' alumni team w»re Gordon Bollig, Glenn Paulsen, Elwyn and Jerald Godden and Eldon Patterson. The high senool biy* were handicapped by the size ALL EARLY FALL SHOES SENSATIONALLY REDUCED! Mrs. Susie Engler house on West State street. Sir. and Mrs. Leon Merrltt returned Wednesday f rom "Maitland, Missouri, where they were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kaufman. Mrs. Kaufmnn and Mrs. Merritt are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt had driven to Rochester, Minnesota, to get Mr. Kaufman, who underwent an operation and took him to his home in Missouri. The latter is very criticially ill. Sirs. F. ,T. Thompson and daiiirh- ter, Marion of Swea City were quests last week at the Wm. Alt- WCKK home in Plum Creek. Mr. Thompson at one time operated the Plum Creek clcvatir and he and his family made their home in Al. Kona. They nre moving now to | Delta. Colorado, where they will perate a ranch. Mr. Thompson las been out west about two nonths. FREE DELIVERY Many Daily We take care of rush orders quickly Long's Regular $3 to $4 ADVERTISED GUARANTEED u Advertised in Good Housekeeping . ;, IOWA 2 Features 21 <• Wed. Thru Sat., Nov. 17 20 Sun.-Mon., Nov. 21 22 TORCH* BLANK'S OM THE LOOS E AQA1 N' lUmrturous BLOHDT TWO CROOKS GO STRAIGHT BY FUUNO IN IOVE... COLD WAS THEIR BIO CURSE!! Barton MacLANE Glenda FARRELL Anne Naqel 'HERE'S FI.ASH CASEY 2(1 Feature Col. 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Also Smocks and House Coats in the same charming pattern. Crisco 49c New Crop Walnuts Ib. 23c KiA HrallU Pumpkin 19c Him- "(i" Coffee Ib. 25c IGA Assorted Beverages ____ 3 for 25c Raisins __2 Ib. pkg. 17c Crackers ____ 2 Ibs. 25c All Vuri.-ti.-s Spices ______ 2 for 15c K;A Light mid nutty • _«^ Kresensky's LADIES AND CHILDREN'S STORE \\\f\f^ I* Brown Sugar A Ibs. 25c Cake Flour 23c KiA Itrand KiA Bruild Fruit MiriceMeat ___2for 19c Cocktail No. 1 can 15c KiA (iftittiiie Carol Dessert 4 pkgs. 17c Salad Dressing qt. 27c KiA V & C, Marshmallows __lb 15c g oap 10 bars 39c 18K Swr«-t " Potatoes 2 21/2 cans 29c Oxydol ,. —_lg box 21c Hi A Covn t'ainuy Oysters 15c Toilet Soap __4 bars 23c I. G. A. FLOUR 49 Ib. bag $1.89 Gold Nugget 49 Ib. bag $1.29 Carol Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.69 <Jt<Uuta4+ Ga+tdi&L CH<X;OLATE tXJVEBED CHERRIES 25o I'EANUT BRITTLE . 2 U». 2So CHOCOLATE DROPS S U* 2So FANCY HARD CANDY 2 Ihfc *So Hood's IGAFood Market Phone 355 Free Delivery STORES . _,«.:

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