The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 25, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 25, 1937
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The Algona tipper Pea Moin^ jUgoM,ldm» »ov. 28,1937 LONE ROCK C.E. CAST PRESENT! 5-ACTfLAYlEf 'Soup, Sand & Sagebrush Offered Sunday by Nine Actors Lone Rock: The Christian Kn- deavor Of the local church presented a three act play, "Soup, Sand and Sagebrush" at the high school auditorium Sunday evening for the bene.1t of Foreign Missions. The cast of characters included Kvelyn Robinson, Marjorie Pettlt; Ruth Robinson, Wllma Marlow; "Grandma" Robinson, Jean Arends; Rev. Robinson, Wallace Hobson; Mrs. Robinson, Dorothy Jensen; Mrs Jones, Doris Sanders; Mrs. Whltefeather, Lucille Genrlch; Indian Woman, Dorothy Hobson; Indian child, Joyce Marlow. Mrs. W. G. Flaig sang a vocal selection. Mrs. T. D. Arends played a piano solo. Were One«t§ Sunday The Everett Richardsons, Algona, the Ornie Behrends family, Seneca, the Frank Householders, and the Ralph Hurlburts were Sunday dinner guests of the Ora Hurlburts. R. F. Hawcotta Rosta Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott entertained for Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson and Doris Mad- CARREES A SPARE—Nature was over abundant in providing this month old Jersey calf with nn extra leg growing out of its back. The calf was born at the Albert Krueger farm near Danube, Minnesota, Pictured with the calf is Duane Bratsch, a neighbor boy. den, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harr: Wadsworth and baby and Mrs. Ja Wadsworth. Evening guests ther were Mr. and Mrs. George Haw Monday in Algona having dent a Wallace, all of Hurt. Clifford Garrison, Algona, is vis ting the A. D. Newbroughs. The Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore pent Sunday with the William Nel ons. The Ladles' Mite society meets on next Thursday with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson spen Sunday afternoon at the D. T. Hob sons, Burt The Roy Jensens attended a fam ily dinner at the Edw. Hauptmanns Corwlth, Sunday. •TORE! YOUB FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 26 and 27 BEEF ROASTS If IM beef roast you desire for Sunday following Thanks- Riving we have a nice Shoulder Roast at Me per In., a Fancy Arm Roast for 18c per Ib. or a Standing Rib Roast at 17c per Ib. PORK ROASTS These roast* cut from selected pork loins. 3 to 3!i Ibs. first cut roasts at 17c per Ib. and the fancy center cut Loin Roasts at Z2c per pound. FRESH PORK SAUSAGE A farmer style sausage In caning. So deliriously seasoned that It adds to the enjoyment of the breakfast cake*. Priced for thin sale at 25c per pound. STEWING & BOILING BEEF Ib. 13c CENTER CUT FORK CHOPS ib. 220 BACON SQUARES per Ib. 24c RASPBERRIES Morning Unfit Ranpherripfl parked in their own julw in No, 10 rant have the delicate flavor of frr»h fruit. Both the black mill rrd raspberries for this Rule at 72c per can. Repack a few cans In gliuwt jars to use for wiucc, torts and cobblers; also for delicious sundaes und sherbets. BLUE ROSE RICE Quirk rooking, \vhole grain, white rice for that delicious rice pudding tilled with raisins; also for rich nourishing soup. For this sale u s|>ecial price of 3 pounds for lie. SUPERB CORN To those who prefer a "creani style" Corn we recommend the. Superb Brand as the finest parked In a ran. You will place your personal O. K. on this statement when you eat the corn we are selling this Meek-end in the No. '1 con for llr. TAFFY BARS Our rooky special for this i>al<- is a crisp plain rooky tilled with delicious iiiitcuronn ciM'oauut. The price is 1 pouiul* for 2.X-. PICKLES Tins vwrk end you can buy fancy »Hwt pickle* for tli« holidays a! a »|>i-<-iaJ pri« •• of -J5c on 111*- quart jitr. 1,'nuiiiH (ittlm-y cure and piu-k which mi ;tn» bv,cct, crisp pickles of perfect iluuir. BROWN SUGAR (ioldcp hrouii ougar fur ImtUrwoU h tilling, dr»M rts, Itaked hum, candied *\ve*>t potatoe* and pant-tike syrup. The 1 pound bug for lie. UPTON'S YELLOW LABEL The tea with a v.orld wide distribution. Thoso who fancy a high quality black tea rail buy 11 supply at thin bale at a special price. The '/« Ib. pkg. ror 30c ami the ' i Ib. pkg. tor 8«c. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE Our uholt- beny quality blend. Selling every day at the low price of -J7c |R-r Ib. or 3 Ilih. for 7»c. Inspect the *t inch htaiu- IfJXi bfc-el knife Hut we uili exchange for six Hi) Council Oak Coffee Bogs. HOUSE BROOMS Some brooms swicp cleaner and uri longer Luting. Inspect the kturdy house brooms in- uu- wiling this ucck i-nd for :<2c. BIXBY'S JET OIL The tuitiounlly luiouu shoe polish thut cleiuu, nail slime, ill olio operation, t'oe black ajid bruun shoes. \Vhu.t in kuouu its tile ISc »izt- at u »|M-cial \trii-v ut uiil.t Uc per dottle. HASKIN'S SOAP Products SjicfiiiJ prices i'urtlii- .-ale HAHDWATER CASTILE lg. cake 4c BLUE BARREL SOAP 2 giant bars 13c The P. L. Persons were Sunday dinner guests of the Andrew Larsons, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona. Hugh Walsh went to Early, Sunday, to attend the funeral of John Reiss on Monday. Arthur Priebe attended a convention at Waterloo from last Tuesday till Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent Sunday with the Albert Thompsons, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy, Swea City. The Joe Culbertsons and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt spent Sunday at the C. C. Cushlngs, Swea City. Mrs. Lois Trainer, Phillip, S. D., came last week for a visit at the home of Mrs. Caroline Ackerman. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wolters, of Lotts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon with the Rudolph Peters fam- Charles Dittmer, Burt, was a Sunday dinner guest of his son and son's wife, Mr. and Mrs. Law- •ence Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City and Mrs. C. E. Trainer, ^Immetsburg, spent Sunday at the eorge Pettits. Supervisor Charles Morris In ompany with the county board of upervisors, made a business trip to "••arner Monday. SENECA CAGE TEAMS SPOT WITHGRUVER Seneen: The Seneca high school girls nnd boys basketball teams met the Grtiver girls and boys teams at Seneca, Friday evening. The Seneca girls were defeated by the tall Gruvcr girls by a large score, and the Seneca boys defeated the Gruver boys by a large score also. Lnvonne Rosensteil of Algona spent several days the past week at the Jay Godden home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen nnd family spent Tuesday evening at the Maurice Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger of Plum Creek spent Thursday evening at the parental J. W. Bollig home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger nnd family of near Algona spent Sunday at the parental J. W. Bollig home. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. J, H. Jensen Thursday afternoon, Nov. 18. Mrs Dettman Nielsen was assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen and daughter of Wilmar, Minn., are spending several weeks at the Groen Bros, home and at the Sheldon Merrill and Leslie Denton homes. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schaneker and son of Mapleton, Iowa, spent Satur- ' I day, Nov. 13 at the J. W. Bollig home. Mrs. Mayme Schaneker accompanied them to the Bollig home where she will spend several weeks visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Bollig. The Emil Krafts attended the funeral of Gordon Lyle, 18 months old on of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Borchardt of East Chain, Saturday. Luella Ackerman spent the week end with Muriel Long, Wesley. Hiram Ackerman and Muriel brought her home Sunday evening. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, came Monday evening for a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber. Merwyn Christenson arrived home Friday from Des Moines where he attended the annual Polled Hereford show and sale last week. The Herman Jaskulkes, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke. Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon with the W. F. Faulstichs. Mrs, J. M. Jensen and Mrs. Wendell Jensen and daughter, Deloris all of Ringsted were last Wednesday evening guests of the P. M. Christensons. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. A. >. Newbrough and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough nnd son, Frederick at- ended the Irvington Aid meeting ast Thursday. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Bilsborough, Titonka. Mrs. Ray Webb, Algona. spent the past veek with the Richards. Mr.s. Eugene Pearson, daughters -u!a Mae and Betty Ann and Mra. John L)einp.scy were entertained on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Virgil Schroeder, Burt. Mrs. Lyle Marlow and daughter Georgcann attended guest day at the Burt Lutheran church last Thursday. The Marlows were Sunday dinner guests of the Hugh Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne Algona, were Friday supper and over night guests, at the home of Mrs. Tillie Hanna. They left Saturday for Nebraska, continuing to Arizona where they will spend the winter. Ivan Sharp and Donald Bonnett Chariton. Floyd Marsh. Cherokee' liertlia Huhnke, Fenton, Clarence Kathryn Stcbritz and JUar- jorie Stewart, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Elma and Harold Krueger. Mr. ami Mr.s. Eugene Hofius. Ot- to.sen, were last Tuesday dinner gueat.i of Mr. and Mrs. I W Nelson Thursday, Mr. and Mrs Ntl- Mr'- A 'r' S ii H ,I Bac ""- A 'e»na. and Air., Jilli e Harma and daughter. •Myrtle.- were Fairmont shoppers. Hebron Girl Is Operated Upon For Third Time Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mr. and Mrs. John Osland drove to Mankato laat Thursday to visit Esther Loos, who underwent another operation there last Monday. This makes the third one in three weeks. John Badje is the owner of a new Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle were Algona callers last Monday. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Mrs. Alvin Hunter spent last Monday with Mrs. Ida Jordahl. N. H. Nelson of McCalisburg, who is the landlord of Joe Sandum, passed away last week at his home. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunter returned home last Monday from a week end visit with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Lyle Dorsey. A group of neighbors gathered at the Ed Millers last Friday evening and pleasantly surprised them as they are moving to a farm which they recently purchased south of Lakota. Birthday Party For Fenton Girl Fenton: Mrs. Herman Struecker entertained last week Tuesday after school in honor of her daughter, Lucille's llth birthday anniversary. Guests were Joan Madden, Vcrda nnd Harlan Eimers, Frances Halverson, Eldon Brqwn, Aleda, Elroy nnd Arlen Kulow, Mary Elizabeth Bierstedt, Kenneth, Ralph and Leslie Voijjt and the teacher, Leona Borohnrdt,, Mrs. Joe Madden. Mrs. C. C. Voigt. Mrs. Emil Bierstedt nnd Marjorie Brown, Infant Baptized The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ware was baptized Wayne Elmer at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. J. G. Waterman last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ware and son left the next morning for Des Moines to visit Mr. Ware's grandmother, who celebrated her 96th birthday anniversary Sunday. A family gathering was held in her honor. Armstrong Man Married Sunday Armstrong: Miss Helen Oelberg of Kslherville daughter of Mr. and ,. — a ..--. "**>»».ajii4 Mr.v Join, Oelberg of Uelwein and fcdward Danes of Harris, son of I'ostmasttr and Mr.s. F. W. JUaries of Armstrong were married at four oclork Sunday afternoon, Nov 14 ut l>olliver by the Kev. Day Mr' and Airs. \V VVentler of Harris were Hie unly atttndaius. A reception was held at the Dar- its home i;i Armstrong following the- ceremony. The guests were the bridal couple and attendants Mr. and Mrs. K W. iJarjts and Vt-i- ma. Marion Darius and Miss Sophie Iwedt. all of Armstrong and Misa 1- rant-is Durits of Waterloo. The- received nuratV training in i Cedar Rapids hospital und for tin. past few years has been employed m I |)e (,Vleman hospital in K:-thc!-ville. The groom is station uaent at Harri.-.. where they will make their home. Mrs JJcrnit-e SchulU und son, Jackie Kte of Garner. Florence l^af- fcy and Mia. Dorothy i'rilchard und children of Brill visiled Sunday at llic jjureulul John Lartty home. Mr. and Mrs Ted Opsal and their cliilureji, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Solberg mid suji and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. limiicr and son were Sunday cvt- nint; visitors at the Oscar Johnson holue. Mrs. Andrew Gpsul. Mrs. Carl Hal- vi.-r.-von. Mi>. K. Camdcn. Mrs. K. Sterner, Mrs. .lolju O'Neill a/id Mrs. Cody, Mr:, Henry Schnim and Mn.. Kdiia Mixell tjuilu-d at the home of Mr:. U M li u-iu-r Thui:,da>- ..fu-j, Jioon. 2 P. B. Meetings Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained the ladies of Independence district No. 7 at a follow-up meeting of the Farm Bureau Woman's club at her home Friday. Nov. 19. The lesson was given by Mrs. Ernest Votteler arid Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. leaders. Attending were Mrs Ed Priebe, Mrs. Louis Mueller and daughter! Olivia, Mrs. Car] Beck, Mrs. Arthur Bamsey and Florence Laahs. A similar meeting was held the same day at the home of Mrs Arthur Juhl, with Mrs William Juhl us assistant leader. Attending were Mr.s. Oscar Solberg, Mrs. Alfred Muir, Mr.s. B. G. Berkeland, Mrs Arthur Voigt, Mrs. Henry Gowans and a Mrs. Twaittn. Itith Birthday A party honoring the 16th birthday of Edwin Uthof was held at his home lust week Tuesday, Nov. 18. Edwin received a number of lovely piftn. Lunch was served. Those attending were Maxine Jentz, Evelyn Klatt. Robert Krause, Everett Mueller. Edmund Krause Elda Ktnieckcr, Ruth Kabelitz and Richard Kubelitz. Atls-It Pays Mr. and Mra. Carl Priebe were visitors in Des Moines, Saturday. Mr. and Mr.s. Harley Fredericks and Robert Hu.skamp were Sunday dinner guest at the Hans Baago home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson of Jewel visited from Saturday to Sunday evening at the Jens Haiverson home. Mr. and Mrs. William Huakamp and Mr. and Mrs. William Boetlt-h- er were entertained at the John Schallin home at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Amo* Pinncutud and children and Mr. and Mra. W. V. Yager were Sunday evening dinner guests at the parental W. C. btarner home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber visited Mr.s. Ktotber's mother, Mrs, lias-sett at Sherburn, Minn , Sunday. Mry. BU.-..SI-U accompanied them honii; for an indefinite visit. Mr and Mr.i, Wilfrtd Stoeber entertained ill dinner Sunday, Mr. ":id Mrs. Oliver Slot-bur and 1.011. It, l!ie. and Ur. and Mrs. U. K. Bahn- Mr.i. C W. Newel and a on, Kiig- 11.c, ami iJaiijihtci , (ieo.'KJa, Mr... C'. (',. Humphrey ami daughter, Kiillj Ellen und Anna Finn well,- AI- y.-mu .-.hopper;, -Saturday ;'ftcriioon. BBi^H^^^M^MI^^^^MHMM^MHBP^MHHI^^^MM^^^MMMi^HM^M^Hil^MBMI^PH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 5-Big Value Days-5 November 24,26,27,29 and 30 Look for Gift Values in this Last Sale Before Christmas Coats ^Dresses They've been here 30 days — Out they Go! 1 8 Coats v « iu « •• $12 75$7.75 32 Value, to Special Purchase of H & H A J ^p Fur Fabric Coats £4.1 J 75 Silk *' Dresses Regularly sold from $2.98 to $4.95 25 SILK j 50 WOOL Dresses Smart and new, 12 to 48 '"IT/ 22 DRESSES — Wool, Silk, Knit, val. to $12.95 QQ klUU COTTON DRESSES 5 dozen $1.98 and $2.98 Dresses. MONTH-END SALE $1.39 SHOES Style Value Fit 166 Pairs PARIS FASHION Fall styles of Suede Rubber Overshoes Black or Brown Ladies' or Children's 98c Taradise' Natural Poise Fine Footwear in Colored Suedes Regular $6 and $6.85 values $4.95 Children's Oxfords, sizes 8 to 12 & 13 to 3. C and D width o <ri A/% . ,51.49 $5 CONNIE SHOES Green, wine, gray, black, brown, or multi-colors $3.99 Odd Pair* $1.98 On the Rack $1.98 Accessories A special group of the higher priced styles- specipal Handbags Style*, colons, and patterns make these outstanding any place. $1.0O * f* Sweaters Sets Zephyr, knittN, or brush wool, fashion these smart garments in twin sets, Ball* ore sets, and Jerkins—sear- let, rust, green, black, white, navy, brown, and aqua are the colors, used separately or in combination. A smart garment, a pleasing gift. . $2.98 Lingerie Special Matin silks, crepe slips, rajron gowns, satin dancettes, crepe silk gowns, rayon gowns, knit pajamas, silk stripes pajamas, tuck knit pajamas—all worth con- slderable more. $1.0O Complete Children's Dept. on Balcony k.R€S€nSkY'S Algona U. D. M. Wants Ad» Bring Quick Eeiulti

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