The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 2,1937 Shirt Sale A new shipment of men's dress shirts for the holiday trade just arrived at Neville's. Beautiful patterns. The very latest Fit and quality guaranteed as they are tailored by Shlrtcraft. These are very high class shirts and should retail at $1.68, but we are making a special of them at Me. They sell faster at 98c. Overcoats ar e selling like hot cakes, tfou will have to hurry If you get one at our cut price. Jimmie Neville TOUR f BIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 34 A STEAK DINNER For this sale a low price of 18c per Ib, on round, sirloin, short cut and porterhouae steaks. These steaks cut thick or thin, as you direct, for frying or broiling, for beef steak roll, for steak pot pie and many other savory dishes. BEEF OVEN ROAST An extra thick cut of any one of the above mentioned steaks' for a tempting Sunday Roast at 18c per Ib. You may prefer to serve a nice thick Spanish Style Swiss Steak. BOLOGNA, 7 slicing ________ Ib. GREEN GOODS SPECIALS TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT ___________ do*. 39c NAVEL ORANGES ________________ doz. 21c FCY. DELICIOUS APPLES ______ 5 Ibs. 23c HUBBAED SQUASH _________ _____ Ib. 2y z c GRAPE JAM Council Oak Grape lam tastes like the Jam made In your own kitchen became It to made of the same Ingredients; that la,> K*ir YMfc OMMtd draper and •near. : Ten ow one * tow t-Bwll jajni at our •pedal price of 20c per Jar. PORK & BEANS In rich tomato sauce. Excellent for quick lunches. For a hot dish you cover with strips of bacon and sprinkle with brown sugar. Heat in the oven until the bacon Is crisp. A special price of 8c on the large 27 -ounce can. VANILLA WAFERS These crisp, dellclounly flavored wafers are a big favorite with the youngster*. Nice to have on hand to serve with Ice cream and gelatine dessert Our week end price Is 2 Ibs. for 25c. MORNING LIGHT PRUNES When you buy any No. 10 fruit under the Morning Light Label you are assured of quality fruit In well filled cans. Buy No. 10 Morning Light Prunes for the winter at our special price of 82c per can. MACARONI & SPAGHETTI To keep their budgets In balance, thrifty cooks five great consideration to the delicious dishes that can be made from macaroni and spaghetti; both of which can be bought at this sale at 2 pounds tot 16c. FRUTE GEL Never fails to set Made In 8 popular true fruit flavors. Combines perfectly with all fruits for a delicious gelatine dessert The every day low price at Council Oak Is 6 packages for25c. SUPERB MUSTARD Superb "French Style" Mustard is rich and pungent but not too stroa*. Gives the desired seat and tang to salads, sandwiches and cold meats. This week end the big quart Jar for only lie. DOUBLE DIP MATCHES A regular "sure fire" quality match. For this sale we price these dependable matches at 8 boxes for lie. "RED BAG" COFFEE Many buyers who can afford the most expensive brands oon- ftne their purchases to our popular priced "Bed Bag" Coffee because its rich, smooth flavor Just suits their taste. We grind this whole berry coffee as you direct Try It at our special price of 18c per pound or 3 pounds for Me. Palmolive Toilet Soap ------------ 2 cakes lie Crystal White Soap ---------- 6 giant bars 23c BLOOD DISEASE FATAL TO WEST BEND GIRL, 11 Virginia Chism Rites Held Friday; Parents and Brothers Survive West Bend: The community was saddened by the death of Virginia Ch^sm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Chism, Tuesday evening, Nov. 23, at 7 o'clock. Virginia Mae Chism was born Oct. 1, 1926, near Cylinder, Iowa, and passed away Nov. 23, 1937, at the age of 11 years, one month and 22 days. She was a bright, happy, attractive little girl and was a member of the fifth grade In the West Bend public school. She started in school at the beginning of the school year, but had to quit because of ill health. She was taken to the hospital at filmmetsbu-g, lat«r to Rochester, Minn., where the doctors gave them no hope, because of the fatal blood disease, cancer of the marrow of the bones. She was brought home, later being taken to Fort Dodge to a hospital. She was brought home last week and has been gradually failing. She leaves to mourn her loss her parents, two brothers, John 13 years old and Dicky Dale 3 years old. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. John McDowell conducting the services. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Mikes Reunion Mrs. Joseph Mikes and son, John, attended a family reunion at the home of Mr - and Mrs. Cleve Carter at Graettinger Thanksgiving Day. Farm Accident Tears Muscles In Man's Leg Fairview-Corwlth: Harold Brown met with a painful accident last week while helping put hay in the barn at his father's farm. He was pulling the trip rope which broke, letting him fall backwards and forcing all his weight on his ankle. It was thought at first that the ankle was broken, but he was taken to the doctor where an examination revealed the ligaments were torn loose. He has been unable to use the foot. Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Enfield entertained a group of relatives at a family dinner at (heir home on Thanksgiving day. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tierney and John and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Odland and two children, all of Hum- boiat and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Tierney and family of Bode. Preaches 3 Sermons Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Needing attended a mission festival at Titonka, Thursday. Rev. Needing gave three sermons during th e day, the afternoon sermon being in German. Mr. and Mrs. Herman are the parents of a daughter born Friday morning. J. T. Boos went to Valley Junction, Tuesday, to visit at the home of his sister. Miss Gezlna Schutter, who teaches in Wesley, spent the Thanksgiving day with home folks. Quentin Kongsbach of West Branch visited his mother, Mrs. Alma Kongsbach, over the week end. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Dor-welter's mother, Mrs. Hutchison in Algona. Bernard and Jos. Schneider drove to Kansas City, Friday where Bernard planned to be married Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bhcllmeyer and family of Algona were dinner iMta Thuwday at the Jennie and Nellie BheUmyer borne, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ludwig are the parent* of a new daughter, born Friday morning. Mr. Ludwig is employed by the Hakes Produce Company. Miss Wilhelmina Harms who attends Waldorf College at Forest City spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms. George Evans, Sr., and son, Geo. Jr., were Webster City callers on Saturday. Mrs. Sylvia Nali and children visited on Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stevens and family of Algona were Thanksgiv- ' ing guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chambers and family were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scheas, at Mason City. Miss Frances Chambers who teaches the fifth grade at West Bend, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers. Mrs. John Mullins and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and boys were guests at an oyj;er supper at the Harry Chambers home on the evening of Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and baby, Robert, of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Garry Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans spent Sunday at the Robert Masterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown entertained at an oyster supper last Friday evening at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and Jessie, Mrs. Brockman of Britt, and Donald Brockman of the CCC camp at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers drove to Ma^on City Sunday to visit with Mrs. Leonard Mullins and little son at the Mercy hospital. They report MM. Mullins is improving and the baby getting along nicely and gaining a half ounce each day. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and daughter, Marie, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of their son, Henry, Jr., at Ringsted. Livermore Mayor In Great Demand Livermore: Ole Nelson, mayor of Livermore, was much in demand socially on Thanksgiving day. He was guest at a duck dinner and he *ays he didn't take the duck) at the John Hohenberger home her* at a noonday dinner, when otbar* who wew present Included the AH Vaudt family; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz and family; and Vernon and Esther Hohenberger. He was further feted in the evening, when he enjoyed a seven o'clock turkey dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tuttle, when Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. Pat GJeason were also present. A card party will be held in St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening. Dec. 5th. Mrs. Cap Kohlhaus and her circle are in charge. MEN ARE ALL IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE THEM...GIVE THEM Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Give a man comfort and he'll be your friend for life—and comfort is exactly what you get in this Christmas Offering of House Slippers. Their "comfy" feeling makes a man relax and forget his (roubles—and to look mighty .-«mart while he's doing it Choose from glove-sofl kid in many styles, warm felt and sheepskin, leather or padded soles. All at popular prices. Brownell Shoe Co. ST. JOE GIRL IS SERIOUSLY ILL Marion Borman Had Rup tured Appendix, in a Critical Condition St. Joe: Agnes Kirsch Is attending the household duties at the Frank Bormann home and Anton Becker is attending to the farm duties during the illness of Marion Bormann, second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann. Marion underwent an operation for ruptured appendix Nov. 19th In Fort Dodge Mercy hospital and has been in a critical condition the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch sold their business in Fairfax. Minn., and returned to their home here last week. Father Frank Illg returned to Otto, Thursday, after visiting for several days with relatives here and in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Voll- McGufrtt IPWB StitUon. Minn., *re visiting at Ot« John Orlger home. Mrs. Buttenwrw is Mrs. Orlger"s mother and W. M. McGuIre is a brother of Mrs. Rottemore. Mr. and Mrs. Nick R«ding entertained at dinner Thanksgiving day, Mrs. Redlng's mother. Mrs. Lucy Wagner, her brothers and sister and their families and Adeline Erpeld- Ing, all from here and Mr. and Mrs, Edward Besch and daughter from Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, Jr.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding were Sunday evening supper guests at the Harold Reding lome. Mrs. Walter Jentz Of Fenton Hostess Fenton: Mrs. Waller Jentz entertained the U-Denl-M bridge club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Finnestad received high score prize and Mrs. Arthur Schweppe low. Mrs. Schweppe and Mrs. Art Mueller played for absent members. mer were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Peter Nellis home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch moved to the firm they have rented for the coming year near Whittemore last week. Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol, returned home Wednesday From a several days' visit at the Gus Bosalls home In Cherokee. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Lenerty and son, Alvin, from Livermore. Mrs. Buttemore and daughter, Esther from West Bend and W. M. Arnold Klatt Host* Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klatt enter- I tained the Booster 500 club Thursday evening. E. C. Fauerby won the high prize and Mrs. Art Mueller the travel prize and Mrs. Chas. Glaus, low. Other guests were Mrs. Fauerby. Mr. Mueller, Mr. Glaus and Messrs, and Mesdames G. B. Stevens, Sam Warner and Earl Dean. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and daughter, Mary Ann spent Thanksgiving day with the Edward Dehnert family, LuVerne. Mr. Bohn went home that evening, leaving Mrs. Bohn and Mary Ann to visit until Sunday afternoon when the Dehnerts took them home. We do our own Lena Ortndint. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. ,„. Invest this INSURED way . . For Safety For Profit— Onr Current DIVIDEND Rntn on SAVINGS SHARE ACCOUNTS IS 4% Per Annnm Investors get full-tfme, liberal earning!) on. their lump sum savings in cash, send-annually. EV- KKY dollar invested here la amply secured by approximately two dollars worth of well-built homes. Your funds at work here are not only profitable for you, but they are free from all speculative hazards. Ask for details. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ALGONA » IOWA Hand Bags For Gifts $ 1.00 New Styles New Shapes Smart Fittings Handkerchiefs For Gifts 25c 49c Koxed for gifts Ijficc edge ^ ** Linens and 1 f If* Prints. Each * V*. Snow Suits Girls' Boys' $ 3.98 £l£i Two-piece suits In fancy plaids. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Buy Your Personal Needs and Gifts Now! Be a practical Santa, Give Pajamas or Princess Slips Choice $1 AA each only 1 « vv Twopiece Pajamas New style slips They're sure to please Tempting Values for Early Shoppers Special Coat Safe 6 Misses' sizes 14 to 20 that are actually worth $10.95. Made of all wool fabrics. Belted or princess styles, warmly lined. Tied and' Dyed or Tbotoraft Scarfs fr Squares 2549-98c Rich colorings to use on tables, radios, piunos, etc. lieiiutiful gift itom.s. Outing Flannel Gowns ___98c Outintr Flannel Pajamas $1.39 Women's Jersey Bloomers 26c Child's Jersey Bloomers _19c Tuck Stitch vests, pants _25c DOLLS Silk Hosiery For Gifts Chiffon Service weights Two pair 1 CA boxed f or 1 -« w Child's Knit Mitts 19c Child's Knit Caps 49c Cap and Scarf Sets $1.00 Child's Zipper Sweaters __98c Misses' Knit Gloves 39c Boys' Melton Jackets Zipper front 65% wool Sizes 10 to 18 yrs. Child's Unions Rayon stripe unions. Short sleeve, ankle length. Button drop seat. 2 to 12 years. For Kverv Little Oii-1 Life like, girl dolls! 25c ;?; 98c K. , .Miuim Dolls rT>i Crying Doll» •J" J Dnw» Doll» Tumbling Clown 25c Farm Yard Blocks _,___49c COASTER WAGONS $ 2.98 Th e kind that stand the knocks. Disc wheels —rubber tires Crawling Donald 49c Pull Chimes Toy 25c Steam Shovel on Truck Boys' delight Boys' Polo Shirts 59c Men's Ribbed Unions 79c Men's Fleeced Unions _.$1.19 Men's Part Wool $1.29 Imported Rag Rugs $1.49 Wool Blanket* For Gifts . '4.98 Solid Colors Part Wool Reversible Men's Outing Pajamas ..$1.39 f| Boys' Zipper Sweaters __98c M Men's Melton Jackets __ _$2.98 If M Men's Flannel Shirts 98c jj[ Men's Sport Sweaters __$1.98 98c Steel shovel on beam Unloading type scoop Reversible Climbing Tractor _____ 98c Streamline Doll Cabs .$2.98 Toolcraft Pillows .For (jif 89c Big Fluffy Pillows Kapok tilled Silk and pluah topa BED SPREADS MAKE PRACTICAL GIFTS $2.98 Beautiful aty'e patterns in deep soft tone rayons and cotton damask in sizes 90x105 Department Stores Fabric Gloves A real value at 25c Smart imported glows. Smooth finish fabric*-— fleece lined—slip-on style. Black and brown. BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH BARRY'S

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