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Th* Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26,1938 Hard Time Supper, Sexton, Nets $21 Sexton: The Sexton Ladies' Aid ** t ' < ?~ tlme BU PP er wa * well attended despite the Twenty-one L. J. Dlckin- Wednesday evening threatening weather, •dollars were cleared. •on, Algona, gave an interes'ting talk .following the supper. Mrs. Thompson Hostem Fourteen women attended a home : KP, 3e £L meetln * at the home of Mrs. h, the business meeting a •ocial time was enjoyed and lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Tompson, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Mary Brethorst. Taylor and Jack Blalne shelled corn Tuesday afternoon An old time Invitation dance was given in the Sexton hall, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and Mrs. Peter Brethorst went to Garner, Thursday where Mr. Thompson attended a sale and the women went on to Mason City to visit a cousin of Mr. Thompson who is a patient In a Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Alne, Irving and Rosalie, drove to Story City Sunday to visit relatives. Get Off the Merry-Go-Round take t/ie Short Cut to CLEANING SATISFACTION When you're satisfied— we're satisfied . . . and not before. Just merely cleaning, isn't enough ... it must bo thoroughly cleaned throughout, properly pressed and "Form Finished." For Complete Cleaning Satisfaction Try Us No Odor Whatever Modern Dry Cleaners MONITE INSURED MOTHPROOF CLEANING PROCESS All woolen garment cleaned by us are MOTH PROOFED at no extra cost Phone 5.37 We Deliver DIAMOND PRICES portent purchase. Not only should the quality be fine, but the price should be based on absolute value. Many lovely diamond are shown at Borchardt's as low as $15, with veiy large selection from $26 to $160 and upward. Borchardt's Jewelry Store AUCTION Two days more of auction at Neville's Store- Friday, Jan. 28 from 2 to 4 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 29 from 2 to 6 p. m. We had a splendid sale and a good time last Saturday. It was more like a neighborhood gathering than a regular Auction. Blankets sold as fast as three clerks could wrap them up. We could have sold more if I did less talking and paid attention to business. I like to visit with my old friends and neighbors. In fact this sale is for the express purpose of making friends for Neville's store. The first item In the creed of common sense is to save money when we have the opportunity. We owe It to ourselves and our families to save and provide for them. There U no easier way to make a day's wages than to attend Jim- rate Neville's AuflUon Friday and Saturday of this week. There will be ba«p»lntf galore and you have the privilege of picking out anything you want In the stock and buying it if you are the highest bidder. All goods sold without reserve. If U goes on the block you or your neighbor is sure to gee It. This Friday and Saturday we will offer a variety of goods. Blankets are nearly all gone so we will sell shoeu which I bought at Bode from the administrator. Men's dress overcoats, Laskfn lined overcoats, sheep-lined coats, jackets, boys' blazers, wool socks, odd pants, mittens, linen table cloths, towels, silk and cotton hosiery, scarfs, lunch sell, pillow cases, underwear, dress patterns and other merchandise that I bought from Northern Jobbers of St. Paul last week at prices away below regular. Come In and enjoy the fun. You are welcome. Jimmie Neville Bernlce Ladwfg of West Bend was a guest bf Maurlne McCullough Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Laird entertained a few friends at bridge Wednesday afternoon. Loin Mafton of Bancroft was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey this week ena. A meeting of the County Medical Association will be held at the Kossuth hospital, Tuesday evening. Jerry Ludwig, seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig, has been ill since Saturday with the mumps. Ruth McMnhon of Qarner was a guest Sunday of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon. ....Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Shaffer of Mason City visited the latter's mother, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., of Whlt- temore, visited Friday at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. ....Phyllis Maxwell of Irvington visited during the week end with her uncle rind aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell. John Frank! spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Sadie Frankl. John is a student at the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy and daughter, and A. E. Lee of Britt were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Chet Williams, Sunday. Dr. L. W. Fox drove to Ottawa, 111., Friday to visit his brother, Harold Fox, who is ill. Dr. Fox returned Monday morning. Mrs. C. M. Osier of Laurens, Iowa Catherine McCall and J. W. Griffith of Des Moines Were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon and little daughter, Nancy, were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamil at Mason City. Evelyn Kuchrnbrckcr, who !i teaching at Plover spent the week end ai the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. The two women arc sisters. .Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson of Estherville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson arc Mrs. Miller's parents. Mrs. E. V. Pierce left by train Sunday morning for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to spend a week with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Dubel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grlggn arrived from Minneapolis in Algona on Friday evening for a few days' visit with Mr. Grlggs' brother, Merle, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Duhigg are Mrs. McMahon's parents. Mrs. Robert West left Saturday morning for Perry. She has been visiting her brother, James Altwegg, who makes hln home here with the WlndellB. The O. E. 8. school of Instruction wUl be held at the Masonic Temple, •SB^BB^B^dbiKBBB^ai^MBttttBSII ' •on City will be the instructress. Mrs. Nlto Isaacson drove to Fort Dodge today Tuesday) to attend the North District of Iowa Hospital Association council meeting which Is being held at the Wahkonsa Hotel. air. and Mm. A. B. Pannkuk and daughter, Helena of Wesley, moved to Algona Sunday, and will make their permanent home here. They are living at 121 South Jones street. At the Baptist church on Sunday, January 30th, La Verne anil Roy Bchrends and Mildred and Roy Richardson will be baptized. Til immersion ceremony will be used. Mm. C.'. W. .Moore of ICviuiston, Illinois, arrived Saturday morning and will visit this week at the homes of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty and her sister, Mrs. C. B. Murtugh. Dr. and Mr*. William Scholten andtwo children of Spirit Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson and Mrs. L. W. Fox Sundayt Mrs. Scholten Is a sister of Paul Danson and Mrs. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leffert of Algona drove to Swea City the first "of last week. Mrs. Leffert remained for a few days' visit at hte J. J. Anderson, Emma Anderson and A A. Tweeten homes. The Baptist young people, Including members and friends of the church, met Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the Baptist parsonage for a social evening, spent In playing games and getting acquainted. H. W. Pout and George St Job,n drove to Tama Sunday to move an expressman's family to Algona, and called Monday to report that the weather was so bad, snow and wind, that they were unable to move the household goods from the house. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price returned Thursday from Des Moines, where they had been since Tuesday attending the Iowa State Veterinary Medical convention, held at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. This is the largest state convention of its kind in the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Walter a Brown of Dakota City and Mill Farm were business visitors in Algona, Saturday. Mr. Brown is a pioneer of Humboldt county and is still active in business although he is in his 86th year. The flour mill at Dakota City has been operated by the Brown family for over 60 years. Mrs. Claire Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Benschoter and the latter's son, HolJis, drove to Oskaloosa Sunday to visit L#e Gilbert, brother of Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Benschoter. They planned to stop in Amea to attend services at St. John's Episcopal church. They are expecting to return tomorrow, Wednesday. Glen Kaney, uwtiittaiit postmaster, was surprised on Friday by a call from Rudolph Delsing of Long Prairie, Minn., who was going through Algona on his honeymoon trip. Mr. Raney and Mr. Delsing were in the U. 8. Navy band together at Newport, Rhode Island, In 1917 and 1918. Mrs. Delsing comes from Carroll, Iowa. Mrs. A. a Saanerholin of Crystal Lake arrived Sunday and will visit until Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mr*. Holman Anderson. Other Sunday guests at the Anderson home were Mrs. Anderson's father, A. O. Sonnerholn, her slater, Arlene, both of Crystal Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. a P. Nelson of Britt, the later aUo a slaUr of Mrs. Anderson. The Dessert bridge club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Douglas. Mrs. R E. Jenkins of Fort Dodge was a guest of Mrs. H. M. Potter, Thursday. John Hopkins of Plum Creek, who Is 111 with scarlet fever, Is reported as improving. Wlldln Kepler In a new mechanic at the Hoenk Motor Service. He began work last Monday. Pauline March of Mason City spent the week end in Algona visit- Ing her mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson. Ronald Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner, has been ill with influenza during the past week. The Dr. Andrews' home Is quarantined for measles from which the 16-months old son, W. Dwight, is suffering. Dr. F. L. Trib<ftt arid Mary C. I.-ampright drove to Independence Sunday to visit their brother, A, L. Tribon. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes drove to Dows and spent the week end as guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Birger Aim. Sir. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson spent Sunday at Titonka visiting at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. Floyd Fisher of Forest City arrived Monday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. The women were former school mates. Betty Dalzlcl of Spencer left Saturday for Des Moines after spending the week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evans. Mrs. E. C. Lrlps of Portland, Indiana, and Mrs. Orbie Proctor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, came last Thursday and are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Reed. Mrs. E. C. Lclps of Portland, Indiana, and Mrs. Arbie Praetor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, arrived In Algona Thursday for a two weeks' visit at the Lee Hudson Reed home. Mrs. Hurry Brown of Denver, Colorado, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert Hutchinson, left Saturday for Des Moines to visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Decker. Jesse Beamish returned to his home at Iowa Falls. Friday, aftnr visiting for two weeks at the homes of his sister, Mrs. Clarence Stewart and his brother, Raymond Beamish. Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Craig have moved into the house of Mrs. L. E. Potter at 514 South Minnesota. Mr. Craig is employed at the new States Cafe, and Mrs. Craig is the former Janet Hertig. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned last week Tuesday from Columbus, Missouri, where they had been called by the very serious illness of Mr. Lusby's sister, Mrs. Addle Shomacker. Joe Fuhrtnann of Chclago visited last week Monday and Tuesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann at St. Joe. The elder Mr. Fuhrmann fell recently and" fractured his hip. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson drove to Hampton Sunday and were dinner guests at a dinner given In MUU teP^E Mrs. Blom Is the doctor's aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster were called to Arlington, Iowa, Friday by the death of Mrs. Foster's brother-in-law. C. E. Flower. They attended the funeral services, Saturday and returned to Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and son, Richard ( returned Thursday after a three weeks' visit and pleasure trip in the south. They •stopped in Miami, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston Texas. Thursday tile nuh-tlintrict meftlntt of the Methodist church was called to consider problems of evangelist work of the Algona district this spring. There were six In attendance and met at the W. G. Muhleman home in an all day sessions. Mr. and Mm. G. W. Sttltmim and daughter, Ann, drove to Ames, Sunday. Mr. Stiltman remained there on business, while Mrs. Stillman and Ann drove on to Maxwell, whore they spent the day with Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette T. Agard drove to Minneapolis Saturday, returning Sunday to bring their daughter, Ruth Ann. home, who had been staying with Mrs. Agard's mother, Mrs. George Decker, while Mr. and Mrs. Agard were In Florida. Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk and *on, Frank Simmons and Mrs. Edith Dorothy of Fairmont spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elsie Cady. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson drove to Rochester. Minnesota, Saturday to visit Herman Meyers who recently underwent a brain operation at the Mayo clinic. Martin Swanson in employed at the creamery, and Carl Swanson farms near Pluni Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and Mrs. J. H. j Hoppe spent Thursday In Dps I Moines attending a meeting for the General Electric Hot Point sales- I men. The Pratt daughter, Esther, I who is attending business college there, returned with her parents for the week end. j Mr. and Sirs. T. C. Hutchison and children, Teddy and Sue, have moved into the Mrs. A. Hutchison house on State street. The house Is in process of being remodeled somewhat so that Mrs. Hutchison will have apartments of her own. A west entrance, new bathroom and kitchen alterations are also part of j the changes being made. | R. R, Hutzell Is leaving today | (Tuesday) to attend a meeting of McCormick-Deering store managers at Davenport Wednesday and Thursday. He will return on Friday. Accompanying Mr. Hutzell are Ray Thiescn of Blue Earth, formerly salesman for the Algonn store, Howard Lcin from the Albert Lea store, and three of the men from the Mason City branch of the International Harvester Company. A. E. Rosrnuu, brother August, and son Alvin, of Lakota, were in Algona Tuesday. A. E. spent several weeks this fall in a Fort Dodpe hospital, but has gained twenty pounds since his Illness and feels fine again. August, who for*many years lived in Algona and was at one time employed in the Boettchcr Tire Shop here, is living with his son, Walter, now. He, is looking well and seems to be in good health. Amanda Johnson, who ha* been employed at the Mrs. H. R. Sorensen home the past year, was called to her home at Bode last week by the death of her father, Nels Johnson, who died Wednesday. Funeral services were> held Friday. Mrs. Johnson fell the week before her husband died and broke both of her arms. Miss Amanada will remain at home to care for her mother. Mary Mertz of West Bend is now employed at the Sorensen home. Mrs. Roy Richardson, who went to Rochester, Minnesota, last week Thursday accompanied by Mr. Richardson, was reported Monday as getting along splendidly after the removal of a tumor from the left eye Saturday. Mr. Richardson is expected home today or tomorrow. Mrs. Richardson will remain at Rochester for a week or ten days. Mrs. Richardson's sister, Mrs. A. H. Hendricks, Mr. Hendricks and their son, Bobby, came to Algona Sunday from Sioux City and then drove on to Rochester for the day. After spending Sunday night at the Richardson home in Algona, they returned to Sioux City Monday morning. Dance at Bancroft A president's birthday ball will r held nt Bancroft. Monday, January 31st, M. C. McMahon, county chairman for the birthday bull < flebratlon, announces. LeRoy Stoffel Home Union; LeRoy Stoffel arrived home after an extended visit with relatives at Chicago and .Toilet, III. He was arrompnnlerl by a friend, Gene Wilhelmi, who will visit at the Stoffpl home. Two Feature* 21c Wed Thru Sat. The Hire* Mesquittera In M* WHISTLING SKULL" Second Feature The taxi girl racket smashed "PAID TO DANCE" S. O. 8. Coast Guard Serial Sun.-Mon., Jan. 30-31 Miriam Ilopklnx In "THE WISE GIRL" Second Feature "BLACK DOLL" REMODEL REPAIR RELINE Keep your clothes up to date by keeping them in good repair. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmcrs ^•••••••••••••••i Specials at Johnson's GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Ige bag $1.83 CORN MEAL 5 Ib. bag 15c OAT MEAL 5 Ib. bag 23c A. B. C. POPPED WHEAT 3 pkgs. 25c JERSEY BRAN FLAKES 3 pkgs. 31c Tin Cans For Meat Jar Caps—Rubbers Smoked Salt—Sausage Seasoning Meat Ground While You Wait C.S. JOHNSON Groceries and Hardware Scratch My Back and I'll Scratch Yours Kossuth county has a veiy successful home oil company consisting of 1:{")() members. We cannot help but believe that business and professional men appreciate the business given them by the farmers. Wouldn't it be nice to show this appreciation by patronizing their company, thereby helping them and also helping yourself. By doing this you are boosting your community. K & H CO-OP Oil Co. i Spring \ Samples are Here Order A New Hand Tailored Suit Today Keiiirniber when you buy a tailored to measure suit you will bo :issnred«f a correct fit. You will be well dressed wherever yon 0-0. and your increased comfort in a perfect fitting suit, will make you feel even better. See The New Sample Today Ladies Suits Tailored to Measure Madson & Hanson "The Home of Better Clothes" Last Final Price Cut Zender & Caldwell Dissolution Sale ^7 E CUT the prices to the core to start the sale and now we're going still lower. Business has been good but we want to make it better, so this is the quickest way. LL OF Zender & Caldwell's stock must go, for the spring merchandise is rolling in fast. Come in and take ad vantage of these prices. We have taken merchandise from the higher priced brackets and replenished our low-priced goods. BOYS SUITS formerly -_,_...- ~- -?-- —- -^V^j®^wffSt'*-''iij-ii S '#--" sold up to $10. Gooc dark greys, blues, and browns in all excellent wool sport models, sin gle and double breasto< Now Priced at $ 4.85 BOYS SUITS This group taken from prices ranging up In $i:j.50. They are very choice models as to color and model. G ° $ 6.85 Men's Suits We still have plenty of sizes left in our ' Suits at 5.85 and 9.75 U'e have taken suits from the higher priced brackets, and have values stronger than ever in tins group which formerly sold as high as !£!;">. You Can Buy Them Now For 13.85 We 've done 1 he same thing with this group U'e're losing too much money on them, so can't take up too much space raving about them. Priced To Close Out At 17.50 Men's Overcoats 20 coats, in a variety of sixes, tweeds and Herringbones. 9.75 Good, all wool garments, fleeces, blues, browns, half and full belts. 14.50 Gordon's all wool knitted fleece, a regular sj«l5r> seller, now 22.50 LKK OVERALLS, we 1 OQ have 10 dox. to rlosY-out at -_**^ ( »' OVS' OVERALLS, a good CQ p Derail, but we're closing thein*'*^ JiOl oV( DRESS SHIRTS Plenty of sixes and colors to select from at We have restocked this table with #2 shirts, at - 98c \V()()L J ACKKTS, for O 11 boys, bitf group, xippers *-«»l«l HOYS' SWEATERS, all- OQ r wool, big selection at O*FL 1*01.0 SHIRTS, all colors and sixes, long sleeves A Good Overall, all sizes 69c Boys' Coveralls, size 5 to 8 __-46c These prices are all below cost, and must In- sacrificed only because of the dissolving of partnership of this dependable linn which has always been known in North Iowa as a Qualitv Store with merchandise priced right. ZENDER'S Values Supreme in Clothes For Men and Boys

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