The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1937 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1937
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The Algona Upper Deft Moine*, Altfona, &f*& 9e& 9, S03T * •• fj --.J-----.----^—~--^~^!i^-^^^-----i^-a»^^^ --—aa*«-j^a North East Kossuth Page ««»•»» •^••n* mm m • •*•* ••••ov M m^fmm m TO SAVE EYtS BY OPERATIONS Harry Beede Under Knife Once, Must Return For a Second Tltonka: Harry Beede, hardware merchant, was operated upon for glaucoma, in one eye at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Friday, and is In as good condition as can be expected. Mr. Beede has both eyes covered and is in a very nervous state. It is expected he will be brought home Wednesday to remain a few days when he will return for an operation upon the other eye. Upon consulting several specialists, Mr. Beede was informed that unless he submitted to these operations at once, he would only have eye sight for about two years longer. Bears Illness B. A. Pannkuk has been quite ill the past week with an attack of intestinal flu. Mrs. Pannkuk who has been ill for the past year, though greatly improved over this time last year, was rather under the weather again last week. Both are reported Improving. Mrs. Herman Sweers, a daughter of Britt, has been with her parents for a few days, assisting in their care. It would seem that Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk have had more than their share" of Illness the past year, and where many of us would complain, friends met with a smile, and seemingly pass on encouragement to those who visit with them, rather than receive encouragement from their visitors. We are reminded that a smile is the biggest investment folks can make, and costs not a cent Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk are pioneers here, and have raised a large family, all of whom are a credit to their parents. Mrs. Hal Snyder, south of town, has returned here from a three weeks' stay in the hospital in Mason City, following an operation for gall stones. Ubbe Winter, northeast of town, prominent farmer, is again making his regular trips to town after hav- 1 ing been confined to his home suffering with flu. Mrs. Chris Brandt northeast of town farmer's wife, is suffering considerable this winter from rheumatism, and has not been the frequent visitor In town as heretofore. Miss Annabelle Sachau, who has been taking a 12 weeks' course preparatory to teaching at Cedar Falls, returned home Tuesday, and will remain until the spring term begins. Miss Sachau is assisting at the Intel-mill Cafe. Mrs. Worley is Lakota Hottest Lakota: Mm. &. It Wori«y was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday afternoon. Following the business meeting two papers were read on Modern Women In Science. Mrs. Edna Turlejr gave a paper on Maude Slye and her Experiments and Mrs. Leona Heetland gave one on Madame Curie. The next meeting will be a Christmas luncheon with Mrs. Lucille Ley and with Mesdames Edna Turlejr, Emma Smith and Delia Smith as assistant hostesses. Going to California William Kennedy, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, south of town and Harold Breen, son of Mrs. Jennie Breen, left the last of the week for California, where they hope to procure employment during the winter mnoths, residing there permanently if they find conditions favorable. Postal Assistants Miss Minnie Kennedy south of town and Helnie Bruna are the new poital clerk and carrier, during the holiday saeson, assisting Mrs. Chaa. Newville, postmistress. Henry Meyers has not been so well the past few weeks, though MM to be about and attend to his Mr*. Mary Oesterreicher and son, Lewis, accompanied by her mother, Mr*. Pierre Sartor, were business eaUer* at Algona Saturday. Werte Asche is having the fur* aaea installed In his new home on main street this week, and the plastering will then soon be completed. Arthur Askln, son of Mrs. Esther Askln, formerly employed on the Raymond F. Krantz farm. Is now employed at the Frank Fisher garage. unit, with Mrs. Rose Bonacker presiding:, met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Carrie Bonacker. Committees were appointed to assist the Legion and the P. T. A. Christmas community project. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harms and sons visited Sunday at the C. G. Winter home in Mason City, and at the Fred Steil home in Charles City, returning home in the evening. They went to get acquainted with the new grandchild at the Steil icme. George Petersen is not recover- ng from his accident as rapidly as his home folks and friends would wish. Mr. Petersen fell from a load of fodder some two weeks ago injuring his i;eck, shoulder and back, which continues most painful, especially at nights. The business men are making great plans for the entertainment of their customers during the holiday season. The streets are being decorated, all stores putting on festive airs. The Tyke Theatre is putting on a free show, and every business man Is contributing. Word to friends from Lee O. Wolfe, editor of The Titonka Topic, who is now a patient at the Veterans' hospital, Des Moines, advises he is recovering rapidly, though lonesome and very much appreciative of cards and letters received from his many friends and home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clemans are now occupying their new home, which was moved In recently from the Van Hansen farm. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast have stored their household goods in the Pendergast property vacated by the Clemans, and expect to leave soon to spend the winter in California. Swea City Shower Mesdames I. E. Wortman and Jerry Ukena attended a prenuptlal shower in honor of Jane Carlson at Swea City Friday evening. The hostesses were Mrs. Martin Dahl, Edith Dahl and June Larson and about 40 guests were present Miss Carlson will marry Jack Dalsey of Kansas City In the near future. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Mrs. Carlson, mother of the bride- to-be, was formerly Opal Wortman of Lakota, and is a cousin of Mrs. Jerry Ukena and I. E. Wortman. Boys Win, Girls Lose Lakota basketball teams played at Rake, Friday night The boys won 21 to 16 but the girls lost 20 to 21. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson and daughter, Jane, were Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry UR>pas. The Elmer Dows family. Sheffield spent Sunday visiting at the Harry Mussmans. Mrs. Dow is a sister of Mr. Mussman. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and two sons drove to Webster City on Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Wortman's sister, Mrs. Ruth Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter and children and Howard Randall, their guest from North Dakota, drove to Mason City Sunday to help a cousin, Mike Winter, celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley spent Thanksgiving week end at Mason City with Mrs. Worley's mother, Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Donald Worley, who was employed this year in the sugar beet factory there, came home with them as the factory is now closed for the season. Carl Burgess and his dog, of Newton, gave a very Interesting performance at the school auditorium In town Friday afternoon. The audience consisted of the entire student body, faculty and a number of visitors. The program consisted of stunts by Brownie, cowboy songs, ventriloquist / performances and short talks. AH in all It proved a real entertainment The Ledyard township farm bureau women enjoyed a Christmas party at Mrs. Ct H. FrerklngB Friday afternoon with a good crowd attending. Mesdames Anna Thilges, Jerry Heetland and Raymond Winter and Miss Emma Gutknecht were assistant hostesses. The guests enjoyed singing Christmas carols and exchanging Christmas gifts. The general meeting will be held at the J. H. Warburton home Friday evening. FRERKINGS1N AUTO CRASH Struck v by Car Near Waterloo; Bruised But Not Badly Hurt Lakota: Last week Wednesday while the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking were on their way home from a short Thanksgiving vacation at their daughter's home at Jessup, they met with a car accident. While driving near Waterloo a patrol car with three patrol officers from Fayette county riding it it slid on the icy road and collided with the Frerking car in a head-on crash. No one was injured aside from bruises and shock, but the new Nash car owned by the Frerkings was damaged somewhat and the patrol car was seriously damaged. The driver of the patrol tar assumed the responsibility for the accident and the insurance company will repair the Frerking car. 34 Bag 2 Foxes Lone Rock: Thirty-four men were fox hunting Sunday in nine sections in which two foxes were caught Bancroft Visitors Drop in Saturday Fridolf Sodorberg and Mrs. Anna Soderberg were In Algona, Saturday shopping and Mr. Soderberg paid a visit to the Upper Des Moines office. The Scderbergs are from Bancroft He said that he had procured his 1638 license plates and was also making a preliminary survey for Santa Claus. Yes - Lowest - Cost Save time and worry—purchase with confidence. Know you have the best—we meet the requirements. Automobile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household Goods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Bequirements Good Insurance Pays The Algona Insurance Agency State Street Home Loans C. R. LaBarre Automobile Loan* Phone 55 Insurance Christmas News For Your Home Xmas Cheer for the Kitchen Hot Water When You Want It GC __T .11 i * III 1938 MODEL ELECTRIC RANGES (> I w NEW ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Monarch ^ General Electric Westinghouse ' Hot Point All Styles, All Prices—An Ideal Xmas Gift for a Lifetime of Wear See Them on Display—Place Your Order Today At THE CITY HALL Electricity is Cheap hi Algoua— Give Your Home The Electric Appliances It Needs! A GREAT SALE OF A NEW PATTERN (FOR A LIMITED TIME) DEDICATE STARS 62 PIECES A big set for 8 persons REGULAR OPEN STOCK VALUE $40 and a Beautiful Chest FREE Just think! For less than $25.00 you may set your table with gorgeous new silverware—all you need for eight persons in all the regular staple pieces with so many of the extra occasional pieces you've always wanted but thought you couldn't afford! A beautiful new pattern —- HoHywood—pieces in the present mode and in a quality so high that all the most used pieces have heavy EXTRA silver plating at wear points. The regular open stock value is $40.00 WITHOUT the chest, which has a regular retail value of $3.25. You pay less than $25.00 for the whole set and we give you the striking chest absolutely FREE! CERTIFIED EXHIBITION CHEST This chest is particularly beautiful! It is known as "Certified Exhibition Chest" and has been sub- HERE'S WHAT YOU GET Just imagine — a big beautiful service for eight persons in the loveliest of new patterns at a bargain price! Here's an opportunity you won't want to miss. 8 "Airflo" Dinner Knives 8 Dinner Forks 8 Dessert or Oval Soup Spoons 16 Tea Spoons 8 Salad or Pastry Forks *8 Butter Spreaders 2 Table Spoons 1 Cold Meat Fork 1 Gravy Ladle 1 Butter Knife 1 Sugar Spoon .Total 62 pieces *Iced Tea Spoons may be substituted for Butter Spreaders. And this is in the newest patterns of the famous Luxor Plate by Wallace Silversmiths. High in quality, and reinforced for lifelong wear by heavy extra silver- plating at wear points of most used pieces. a mitted to an exhaustive check list used by leading Interior Decorators in judging such works of art. Only when it favorably passes each of these rigid requirements does it receive this seal of certification, which you will f and enclosed in each chest. A. H. Borchardt Drugs and Jewelry Algona

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