The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1937
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*b » ^^^*^"^™"**MWH*(Hi 5? Sure to have Plenty of Fuel for the Holidays The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 16,1937 May we suggest that you check up now on your about" 11 ^ ? d - if there is the feast dSl if r T lfm ? ff enou * h to last ° ve double holiday, get-a new supply at once. ? 11 rti both y ° U and onr employees to w hol !, d1a y s with ™t interruption or dis- We will appreciate your cooperation in this way very much. If you havon't asked us as yet for a check-up on your stoves or stove and furnace to make sure you have the best fuel for each one, we will be glad to have you do so before the holidays so you may be sure you are not spending more money for fuel than you should. No charge for this service. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, YOUE rBIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, DEC. 17-18 BEEF ROASTS Colder Weather bring* more robust appetites and the need of a larger roast A nice Be«f Shoulder Roast this week end at Uc and 17c per Ib. A Standing Rib Rout at 17c per Ib. BEEF STEAK You fl™* decide whether you want beef steak to fry, boil, Swis. or for an oven rout Our meat cutters will then supply round «r sirloin steak at the special price of We per Ib. STEWING & BOILING BEEF A nice piece of beef to stew or boll with rice, noodles, fresh vegetables and for meat pie, at the special price of ISc per pound. BACON £mohed Bacon Squares for this sale at the low price of 17c per Ib. Excellent low oost bacon to boll or to bake with beans. ONE MORE WEEK -.. 0 ^«^'^«^tawnlchtodorearChrtsBiia.ShoppIiic. The wide assortment of holiday foods at Council Oak and the following attractive week end specials will assist In making advance preparation for a big Christmas Dinner. PINEAPPLE SPEARS In the big 20 ox. can of Dole's Pinneapple Spears are 12 long segments of the choicest, full ripe pineapple. Buy a supply at 19c per can for the Chriatnia* salad and to garnish pork roasU. APPLE SAUCE Made from New York winter apples. During tills sale Council Oak price* 2 No. 2 cans for 15c. Chill a can of this apple sauce and serve at breokfant as a delightful surprise. LEMON COOKIES A large, round lemon flavored cooky. Average SO to the pound. For tills sale a special price on these fresh baked cookie* of 2 pounds for 25c. CANDY & NUTS Buy the holiday candy and nut* this week end so you won't have to bother with them at the last minute. Council Oak has a wide aMortmcnt at popular price*. TOMATOES Not merely tomatoes but the well known Morning Light Brand. Well filled can* of vine ripened, meaty tomatoes. On Saturday we sell full No. 2 can for 8c. TOMATO CATSUP BeptenUh your pantry supply of tomato caUup for the holiday*. This week end you can buy the large 14-oz. bottle for lOc. SWEET PRUNES Medium »iie »weet prune* that require little sugar. These nice meaty prune* are moat dettirable for wtuce and pie fruit Buy a nupply for the winter at our special price of a 1-lb. bag for 21c, ROLLED OATS The quality of "Superb" Oafat adds to the popularity of this national breakfa*t cereal Either regular or quick cooking. A special price of ISc on the large pkg. for this sale. CHRISTMAS TREES Buy your nice bu*hy *pruoe tree at once. La*t minute shopper* will not have the wide aMortment of *ise» to choose from. PEANUT BUTTER Council Oak Peanut Butter for thU sale in the big 2-lb. Jar for only t'ic. No other spread for bread can be bought at this tow price. The price of 2 Ib*. for 22o ithould lead to more peanut butter in cake*, cookie* and other home cooking. OUR "RED BAG" COFFEE Try tub kweet mild coffee at our special price of 18c per Bound, or 8 U». for 62c wheu you will agree that ite popularity It not due uholy to price, "Bed Bag" ha* a> distinctive flavor not found in other popular priced coffee*. GREEN GOODS SPECIALS Sunkist Oranges 2 doa. for 35c Texas Grapefruit each 4c Jonathon Apples -20 Ib. lug 79c P and G SOAP SPECIALS Kirk'« Hard Water Castile . _ -2 cake* 9c Ivory Flake* _----- 5oz.pkg.Se Ozydal medium pkg. 21c SENECA TEAMS WNANDLOSE Girls Defeat Lone Rock; Boys Lose After 2 Overtimes Seneca: The Seneca higfi school girls' and boys' basketball teams met the Lone Rock teams at Seneca Friday evening. The Seneca girls easily downed the Lone JRo k tfrls by a sco/e of 69 to 12. The Seneca boys surpriaad the Lone Rock boys and gave them a rua for their money. Lone Rock defeated the Seneca boys by a score of 27 to 29 fn two overtime periods. A three minute overtime period was played end ended v>ith the scori of 27 to 2V. Another overtime psr^-l was' started with the first t?anr. making a field goal wh.nlng and Lone Rock was victor! jus. En$Rs<<ors Are Mr. and Mrs. L F. Engessor entertained a number of friends at a card party at their home Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. Engessor's brother, Hugh Keller of Lake Arthur, Louisiana, who is visiting IRere. Those who attended were: the J. N. Merrills of Bancroft, the Dan Lynchs, the John Lenihans, the Henry Kleins, the Joe Crowleys, the L. C. Casts, the M. J. Kennedys, the J. W. Bolllgs and Mrs. Mayme Schoenher. Modern Mixers Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards entertained the Modern Mixer club members and their families and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill an3 son, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and daughter and Ruth Fesler of near Depew at a card party at their home Saturday evening with Mrs. J. W. Bolllg and Curtis Olsen winning the high prizes. Mrs. Elmer Lee and Emil Elmers won low prizes and Ole Oftedahl won the travel prize. Fenton Young Man Honored Sunday, 21st Birthday Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mueller entertained Sunday evening in honor of their *on Maynard's 21st birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at five hundred and bunco with Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and Leo Schmidt winning the high score prise in five hundred and Otto Borchardt and Mrs. Martin the low. In bunco high prises went to L«ona Borchardt and Ervin Borchardt and low to Olivia Mueller and Verdel the low. Mrs. Mueller served a delicious luncheon. Attending were the Messrs, and Mesdames Martin Meyer, Otto Borchardt, Wilfred Mueller, Leo Schmidt, Ervin Huskamp, Wm. Elmers and Luetla Schmidt, Jack and Leslie Tieman, Robert Huskamp, Clifford Mueller and Orville Hanson. Ill with "Flu" Donald Prlebe, small son cf Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prlebe was very ill last week with the flu at the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs* Carl Priebe. He Is better at this writing. 01TOSEN TEACHER WEDS PATROLMAN Violet Glow Bride at Bode Ceremony; To Live at Cherokee Trucks Load of Honey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krueger trucked a load of honey to Watertown, Wis., Saturday. Mrs. Krueger will remain at their home until spring. Mr. Krueger this week. returned to Fenton Visited by Stork Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown of Glendale, California, are the parents of a 9-lb. daughter born Saturday, Dec. 11. Mrs. Brown is the former Vivian Glaus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus of Fenton. 15th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers were pleasantly surprised at their home Friday evening by a group of relatives and friends from the Fenton vicinity In honor of the Elmers' 15th wedding anniversary which was the previous Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmlter, Jr., of Rlngsted spent Sunday at the parental J. W. Bollig home. Mrs. Albert Cody left Friday for Minneapolis, where she will spend a week takmg medical treatment Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bennett attended the funeral of Mrs. Bennett's niece at Buffalo Center, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen of near Good Hope, spent Friday evening at the parental F. E. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and family spent Friday evening at the parental Lev! Hawbaker home in Elmorn. Truman Classon of East Chain is spending several weeks at the bom* of his brother, Irvln Classon and family. " Doan Women Met At Hansen Home Doan: Mrs. Ruth Hansen was hostess to the Doan Woman's club, Dec. 8, Wednesday. Maude Brink's subject was New York In History, and a book review was given by Mrs. Alvln Zumach entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Florence Laabs went to Iowa City Sunday where she will enter the hospital for a medical examination and check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers entertained at dinner Monday evening, Ottoseni Miss Violet Glew, high school science teacher and ' Art Longseth, oldest son of Mrs. Anna Longseth, were united in marriage Sunday, Nov. 28, at the Lutheran parsonage at Bode. The young couple were attended by Miss Mildred Swanson, third and fourth grade teacher, and John McClellan, high school teacher. This la the bride's second year of teaching here. Her home Is at Vlaynard, Iowa. The groom Is examiner for the Iowa highway patrol and is stationed at Cherokee, Iowa. On Honor Roll The students on the second six weeks' honor roll for the Ottosen high and junior high are as follows: Mavis Holt, Thomas Olson, Leo Wehrspann, Alf Lee, Calvin Jacob^ son, Connor Starin, Mary Jane Hofius, Gladyce Lovig, LaVonne Hanson, Maurice Satern, Vivian Purdy, Iva Mae Tonderum, John Hansen, Patricia Coyle, Agnes Haug, Raymond Rasmunsen, Marilyn Kinseth, Shirley Kinseth, David Hansen and Bertha Longseth. Make $67 The Norwegian supper, which was sponsored by the Lutheran Ladies Aid in the church parlors Saturday evening was well attended. Sixty seven dollars were taken in. CflLLinC ALL AX* Make Your Selections From the List Below Toasters 1.35 to 10.50 Heating Pads with 3-hcat switch 3.75 Pyrex Dishes Plat** 4«c 1H qt. camcrole $1.00 Coffee Makers Pyrex with dec. stove 4.95 Mixing Bowls 3 colors, green, yellow, blue. 85c Bath Scales 3.75 5:95 Mary Jean Andrews, enson gave a poem, were present. Marie Christ- All members Mrs. Elefson Monies* Tom Elefson entertained her Larkln club last week Friday afternoon, Dec. 10. Kathryn Wolf is assisting at the Joe Goctz home. Mrs. M. P. Goetz and Mrs. Van Hanaen are reported ill with Cu. Preparations are being made for a program and Christmas tree at the Doan church Dec. 23. The Doan Woman's club sent a box of clothing and toys to the Children's Home In Des Moines last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek entertained their Weekly 500 club last week Thursday, with five tables of cards. Sexton Christmas Program, Dec. 23 Sexton: Practice was held Sunday afternoon at the church for the Christmas program to be given on Thursday evening, Dec. 23. Program directors are Mrs. Hazel Berala and Mrs. Emma Wise; music Edith Greenfield and choir, Mrs. Harvey Steven. There is to be a pageant, readings, dialogues and a number of songs. Edith Greenfield was a supper guest at the Dale Thompson home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis attended a party at the John Kutschara home near St Benedict Saturday evening. LONE ROCK NEWS The Ladies' Mite society will not hold a regular meeting until after New Year's. Mrs. Calvin Householder was the hostess to the sewing circle last Thursday evening. The Floyd Bacons, Burt, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the I. W. Nelsons. The William Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests at the Alton Kurlburts, Whittemore. Mrs. H. J. Rice attended a miscellaneous shower in honor of Marjorie Mino at Grant, Saturday. Vera Morris, instructor at Gowrie, spent the week end at the parental Charles Morris home. Will ChrUtenson returned home Friday from the Kossuth hospital, Algona, where ue bad an arm lanced. Mr. and Mr*. Russell Cook, operators of Cook's Inn, Algona, were last Monday evening dinner guests at the Eugene Pearsons. MM. J. M. aanchard an» MM. FMOWft nanl Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landsteiner and family of Fairmont and Sylvia Drew of Emmetsburg were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer tnd sons and Mr, and Mrs. John Kohlwes were entertained at dinner on Sunday at the Harry Hi-.charts home at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Long entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lowman and family of Curlew and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reasoner and sons of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Bleckwenn and daughter visited at the Dale Long home Sunday. Mr. Long, who suffered a broken leg about two weeks ago is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and son Billle and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Sunday night guesta at the Roy Chrischilles home were Mrs. Henry Welner and son, Jerald, and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and two eons and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl and daughter, Helen. The December division of the M. E. Ladles Aid society will hold a gift sale in connection with the regular meeting on Friday, Dec. 17th. Anyone wishing to donate can leave their articles at the Bailey store. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained at dinner Monday evening Mr. and Mrs, George Boeltcher and son, Don and daughter, Laura. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Mr. Weisbrod and ' Don Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained at six tables of five hundred Friday evening. Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Olaf Norland won the high score prizes and LaVaun Priebe and Albert Bleckwenn the consolation. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lovejoy and daughter, Mury Lou of Baker, Oregon, and Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt of Ayrshire visited at the Melvin Mansager home Sunday afternoon and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mrs. A. E. HaUck and daughter, Ida Mae and son, LeFloy of Hector, Minn., came last week Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Hauck's sister, Mrs. Joe Hartman and fimily unii with relatives at Burt. They plan to return home this week. Edgar Jacobson spent the week end with his family here. Miss Verna Holt spent Wednes day at the Bernard Jacobs home in West Bend. Mrs. Roy Jacobson was taken 111 last week. Her daughter, Lois has been sick for some time with ear trouble. Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Gerald and Robert Angus and Ray Merron returned Wednesday from a visit at the Angus Cottons, Chicago. En- route there they visited the Edgar Tuttles, Cedar Falls, also visited the Harley ShelHtos, Ames on the return trip. H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped t« do «B fctn^ of dreylng Mill tffnUng. n-tt Carving Sets 1.75-3.50 Sporting Goods Fuelling bag Boxing Gloves Watches Skis Flashlights Ice Skates Coaster Wagons Coaster Sleds Velocipedes Hunting Knives Air Rifles Rifles Shotguns Reels Rods Relish Pishes with glass insets 1.50-1.95 Household Equipment South Bend Ranges Monarch Ranges Perfection Stoves and Heaters Sunbeam and O. E. Food Mixers General Electric Refrigerators Dexter Washers Aladdin Lamps Stainless Steel Kitchen Ware Tree Lighting Equipment Aluminum and Enamel Rosaters Kohlhaas & Spilles Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results VOUR Alex Krueger to Fort Dodge on Thursday to spend the day. The Raymond Blerstedts and Ralph Riedel and daughter, Charlotte, Fenton, spent Sunday evening at the Calvin Householders. The Eugene Pearsons and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, drove to McCallsburg Sunday, being dinner guests of the Roy Baum- gardners. Mr. and Mrs. M. E, Blanchard, who have been at the Lowrence Newbroughs, left Friday for a visit with the Edward Blanchards, Irvington. The first six grades of the local school will present the operetta, "The Magic Christmas" at the school auditorium, Wednesday evening, Dec. 22. Mrs. Harian Bianchard and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Alex Krueger attended a Kossuth county home demonstration meeting at Algona last Tuesday. The choir of the local church, under the leadership of Mrs. T. D. Afl- rends will present the cantata, "Our Glorious King," Sunday evening at the church. Mary Ann Flaig, Lucille Genricb, Jean Ahrends and Doris Mae Blanchard will sing solos, Shirley Marlow and Marian Jensen singing a duet. Others participating are: Maxine Flaig, Wilma Marlow, Dorothy Jensen, Dorothy Hobson and Grace Newbrough. Sixty attended a. miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at the J. M. Blanchards, honoring Mabel Howe, Instructor in the local school. A playlet was given by Dorothy Walker, Mrs. Calvin Householder and Mrs. V. V. Frye. Lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mrs. Blanchard, Mr*. Harian Blanchard, Mrs. A. A. and Alex Krueger, Mrs. L. B. Hollister, Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs. Frank Fiaig, Mrs. Chester Alm«, Mrs. Lilue Thompson and daughter, Neva, Mr*. E. If. Jen*ea, Mrs. V. V. Frye, Mr». Ralph Thompson and Mr*. I . V. NeOson. She Expects Hosiery Make this your choice Department S fores Guest Towels 79c $ 1.50 2 pair in gift boxes •Perfect Quality •Rin^leiut full fashioned Chiffons • Also perfect quality service weight* 29-39-59c Applique designs or hand embroidered on all linen toweling. Turkish Towels Extra Hcav ' V 49c Assorted pastel shades. 22x44 inches, a real saving in time /or Christmas gifts. A personal Gift! Handbags n.00-1.98 Smart new styles to choose from. Why not add one or more to your list for CHHstmas? HOSTESS APRONS colored organdy Duinty ruffled styles in pastel shades 29c-69c Cedar Chests 29c-98c They're smart for gloves, handkerchiefs, and jewelry. 5 sizes, red cedar finish. Scarfs and Vanity Sets 98c Crocheted or sectional lace effects in natural and delicate pastel shades. Toilet Sets __ 98c- $ 1.49 Complete with tomb, brush and mirror each set in gift box. Imported Kitchen 1 Sets,? pieces *• Sets consist of sugar jar, flour jar, suit box, tea jar, drip jar, salt and pepper. Men's Scarfs Silk or wool 49c 98c \ Plaids in bright colors or plain silk styles. They're always acceptable. Etched (ilass Water Sets 98c Attractive hand cut designs on clear glass. 7- Ijioc-e set. 8 glasses and tray. R/£g«3£SHIRTS They're tops for gifts Shirts with wrinkle proof collars. Fine broadcloth in white Neat fancy patterns hi colors. 1 Preshmiik, eolort'ast sizes 14-17 * for Hat and Scarf Sets Now popular stylus girls and gruwu-ups. Gloves and Mittens 49c,,,98c Bright colored wool yarns Bill Folds For (lifts $ 1.00 All leather, plain or embossed styles — laced leather cdgu -- They're always appreciated. Luncheon Sets All linen 98c $ 1.49 Checks- and plaids in rough weave linens now in vogue. Boxed for gifts. From everywhere, for everybody lOc Dainty swiss or all linen in white ov colors. For men, I women and children ' All linen Handkerchiefs ift boxes n Grahams Big Toy Department is daily thrilling hundreds of Boys and Girls of all ages—See Our Wonderland of Toys

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