The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1938
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The AJgona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1938 . r.Maximum Wi n torron lf( ,,,. I?f , )lenil>or Peerless Coal Gives The Best Heat heated economically, too. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25() WWWLVUWVVVY Jim Pool IV. C. Irelan drove to Mason City, Saturday, on business. Mrs. Jennie Vanderllnden hA» been ill at her home for the past ten days. A. J. Schnepf has been seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital for the past two weeks with a spinal Infection. Cora D. Miller, who owns and operates the Cora D. Miller Beauty shop, was ill and unable to be at work last week. Airs. Anna Griffith of Swea City was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edwin Hovey, for a few days last week. Sirs. Julia Benson returned home Thursday after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Bradfield, at Austin, Minnesota, since Saturday. Mrs. Ed Carmody of ifitnmetftbnrK and Helen Brauch of LeMars were callers at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman Jast week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and son, Merlin, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Little, Jr., at Humboldt. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Callahan and son, Lynn of Emmetsburg were iunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Meryl Voetnan left last week on Tuesday to attend the spring market at Denver, Colorado. Meryl travels selling a line of women's clothing. T. H. ChrlnchillcK and Mrs. Fern Hardgrove returned Saturday from Chicago where they had been to do the spring buying for the Chris- chllles store. Mr*. Roy Berric and son, David, Mason City, arrive Wednesday and will visit remainder of the week with Mrs. Berrie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. diet Holt returned Saturday from Ottumwa where he had been for the week attending a Graham store convention. Mr. Holt Is manager of the local Graham store. Mrs. Anna Uhlcndort returned to her home in Chicago, Sunday evening. She has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dennis Goeders, since before Christmas. Send A Flower VALENTINE To Wife. Sweetheart, or mother Special Boxes Spring flowers $1.25 up Boxes of Red Roses $2.00 and up Sweetpeas and Violets per bunch $1.00 and u] Sweetpeas and Violets per bunch $1.(XJ & up Corsages and Colonial Bouquets of her favorite flowers, $1.00 and up Heart Baskets and Pottery arrangements of spring flowers, $1.25 and up Phone 305 ALGONA GREENHOUSES <-'• X :0«0£«li0mC&*a£^J^ Winter Health Breakfasts WINTER HEALTH BREAKFAST QUAKER OATS Quaker Oats pgk. _23c Orange Juice can __12c Tomato Juke can 7-25c 'Corn ISleal __5 Ibs. 15c Bananas 5 Ibs. 29c Oranges dzo. _19c & 29c Post Toasties pkg. _10c Pop Corn 3 Ibs. 26c Bean Hole Beans lOc C. S. Johnson Phone 3.70 ' It Fairly Shouts Value! Because the Silver is Free! 26 piece set of Community Plate (choice of patterns) FREE WITH EACH Monarch Range purchased here from now until February 20 'Strength Without Excessive Weight"— Unbreakable Malleable Iron A statement that has served as an advertising slogan, identifying MONARCH Ranges for three generations. Today, MONARCH Ranges are a thing of Eeauty; full Porcelain Enamel finishes, White or Ivory, plain or pearl; trimmed with "Mircobrite", a bright, rustproof finish; leg base or modern black porcelain cabinet bases are optional— but beneath this modern exterior is still concealed the same blstory- makittK features that have made MONARCHB famous for durability and; dependability for forty Kohlhaas & Spilles Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mledke spen Sunday and Monday in Mason Citv visiting friends. Alice Mueller spent the week end visiting at the home of Mrs. H. M Thllges of Bode. Lulft Kohl visited her parent*, Mr and Mrs. George Kohl in Union township, Sunday. Mrs. R. S. Blossom returned Sun day from Iowa City, after spending a month there in the hospital. Mrs. Catherine Doege has been confined to her home for quite some time suffering with the rheumatism Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan spent the week end in Mason City visiting at the homes of their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams drove to Britt Sunday and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. R Bandy. Mrs. K. B. Lewis of Storm Lake arrived Saturday evening for a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Paisley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Byers of Garner were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobln. Mrs. Byers is a sister of Mr. Tobin Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor of Clarion were house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert during the week end. Hilda Ancell, student at a business college at Des Moines, was a week end guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. James Elbert. Rita Dooley, employed at the state house in Des Moines. will spend the coming week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Valeria Thilgen of Bode was n guest of Alice Mueller Wcdnesdp* and Thursday. Alice is employed at the George L,. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Vincent are spending the winter at San Antonio, Texas. Relatives have received word that they are both suffering with severe colds. H. W. Fetcrson returned Friday from Minneapolis where he had been for a week visiting his family. Mr. Peterson is employed at the Merritt funeral home. Mrs. Oliver S. Rpiley and son. Bill, left Monday morning to be awny until Friday visiting Mr. Rciley's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Rciley at their home in Red Oak, Iowa. Merle Griggs returned from Rochester, Minnesota, Saturday night, where he had been ill and going through the Mayo clinic. His condition is much improved at this time. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy attended a surprise party honoring the birthday of Ferdinand Montag at West Bend, Wednesday evening. Mr. Montag Is a brother-in-law of Mr. Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller drove to Decorah, Saturday afternoon, returning Sunday. They were the Mr. and Mri, Norman Cntwfoh nnd family spent Sunday at Whit temore visiting the former's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Craw ford. Ed Kelly of Emmetsburg and O D. Shumway left Saturday evening for Hot Springs, Arkansas, and wii be gone ten days on a pleasure trip The men arc partners at law. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and M. J. Poole were among those in attendance at a lumberman's convention held in Des Moines last week from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr*. Don Mertz ahd baby dangh- ter, Donnn Dru, came Saturday f*om Rockford, Illinois, for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. John Caughlin. Mrs. Mertz will be remembered as Druscllla Caughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Orsar Erirksnn and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie. Emmetsburg. The Howies are former Algona residents. Mr. and .Airs. H. R. Cowan loft Sunday evening via train for a month's vacation trip to Florida. They will spend their time visiting Mr. Cowan's brother, Wood Cowan, at Delray Beach. .Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. Haro;d Brandt were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young in Mason City. Mrs. McCorkle and Mrs. Young are sisters. Mrs. Lee Miller, mother of Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, has been ill with pneumonia, and is better at :his time. A few weeks ago Mrs. Miller tripped over a rug In the home and broke a leg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson and the latter's mother, Mrs. Bell, Wesley were dinner guests last week Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie at their home in Emmetsburg. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. Fern Hardgrove will return Saturday r rom Chicago where they have been r or the past week on a buying trip for the Chrischilles store. Alf Krc- sensky returned Wednesday night from a similar buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller of _Tinncll arrived Thursday evening to visit at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellcndorf and Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Miller. The Inttcr Millers are D. E. Miller's parents, nnd Mrs. Wellcndorf is his sister. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Miller and heir niece, Donnnhcllc Merron, Irove to Esthervllle, Sunday to take mother niece, Mary Thompson, to he home of her parents, Mr. and >trs. George Thompson, after a hree weeks' visit at the Miller home here. Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey of Ames were in Algona, Saturday vis- ting the former's mother, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. Mr. Godfrey was a, speaker at the Algona creamery' tanquet. He la assistant to the prcs- dent of the Iowa State College at Ames. returning aunaay. iney were the Dick Norton, Ruby Turner, El- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ham- eanor Thorpe, and Jack Chrischilles mond. Mr. Hammond publishes the and their instructor, Dave Phillips DCCOr&ll JOUm&l *lr*»t»*» In IPaorta f~l**n\T** fw\tv* TViimasJmt Henry Becker »pent Wednesday at Mascn City attending a business session of the New York Life Insur- •MJ Company. Quy French of Waterloo-held a kdioot of knitrac^ tlon for those present. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gardner and the latter's mother, Mrs. Charles Roup^ drove to Minneapolis Sunday night to visit the latter's daughter, Mrs. E. C. Ecklund. They will return today (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Rjno and sons and Miss Irene Lamuth of Port Dodge visited Sunday at the John Lnmuth home. The Rynos' young- I est son is recuperating from a recent appendicitis operation. .Mrs. Llllie Whit*-, editor of the Manilla, Iowa, Times, .spent the week end visiting her pirrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Norman. Mrs. White ha.s made a success of running the Times since the death of her husband, Joe White, two years ago. .liinniie Neville planned on leaving yesterday for Burlington, Iowa, to attend to some business matters. Among other things that are keeping him busy this week, are preparations for his annual birthday party, to be held next Mon- were In Eagle Grove from Thursday until Saturday taking part In a debate tournament. The debate subject was The Unicameral Legislature. Bin. Jente Anwa hw day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis and Don Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone, all of LuVerne, were callers at the home of Mrs. W. H. Godfrey, Sunday. Mrs. Godfrey has been ill for quite some time and her condition remains about the same. Will and Dan Ellis are brothers of Mrs. Godfrey. Mr. and Sirs. M. \V. Jacobion visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacboson at Dows, Sunday, and drove on to Gait, Iowa, and brought Mrs. Jacobson'i mother, Mrs. H. S. Kirsey home with them to visit until the middle of the week. Mr. Jacobson is the jeweler at Borchardt's Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Mittag, who reside on a farm 7Vi miles west of Algona, are the parents of a baby daughter born at the Kossuth hospital, Thursday morning, Feb. 3. The baby weighed nine pounds and one ounce, and has been named Marjorie Ann. The Mit- tags have one other child, a son, Robert, six years old. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements at Jefferson, Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Clements, Marvin's mother, accompanied them home, and Monday evening they took her to Mason City, where she left for Fort Williams, Ontario, Canada, where she will visit at the home of her sister, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent and Mrs. Floyd Saunders will leave Florida and return to their Algona home* during the coming week. Mrs. Saunders has been visiting her mother, Mrs. P. B. Horn and sister, Rose Horn at Miami, Florida, ami Mr. Saunders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Saunders at Lake Worth. Florida, and the Keuts have been there on a pleasure trip, having been gone for several weeks. John Schmidt of Algona hod a pleasant surprise last Friday, when his children and their families, and other friends, dropped into surprise him last Friday night. The children and their families present were Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Schmidt of Ruthven and son, Leonard und his wife und child of Bode, Mr. und Mrs. Mel Johnson of Bode und Very) and wife of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heard and daughter, Violet, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Hill and Mabel and Everett Bowman were among the other friends who dropped in to wish Mr. Schmidt well on his 88th birthday. He received several fine presents. her house on North Phillips street to Henry Schlck of Plum Creek, nnd has moved into the house on East State street formerly occupied by the B. E. Hilsteadts. Mr. Schlck has retired from his farm in Plum Creek und will now live in town. Mr». C. \V. Moore returned to her home in Evan.ston, Illinois, on Thursday after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty. Sunday was Mr. Cratty's 85th birthday, and he was remembered by many friends from Ames and Armstrong, placet where he formerly lived. .Mr. und .Mrs. .Stanley Johnson und family will return Wednesday from Conde, South Dakota, where they had been for the past week visiting relatives un<l friends, und where Mr. Johnson had gone to see ubout returning to his former position of rural mail carrier. Mr. Johnson has been u city carrier while living in Al^onu. The County Miuiter Barbera met Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Henry Furst barber shop here. There are 20 members but only approximately half attended the meeting, the weather being unfavorable for travel. There Is a meeting the last Monday of every month, and the next meeting will be held at Fenton. R. P. Brady, Whlttemore, Is president. Mr. »nd Mrs. Ed Sheehftn ftpent Wednesday and Thursday In Maxwell, Iowa, visiting the former's father, William Sheehan, who Is seriously 111, suffering from a severe stroke. They were accompanied as far as Ames by Mrs. H. Guderlan and Mrs. Ned Hardgrove and daughter, Barbara, who visited friends there. Mrs. Louis McWhcrter accompanied the Sheehans to Maxwell and Thursday Mrs. Sheehan and Mrs. McWhorter spent the afternoon in Des Moines. Fenton Implement Moves Fenton: Harlan Gaard and Albert Mitchell, who operated the Fenton Implement Co., moved their stock of farm machinery and repairs Into the garage section of the Newel hardware last week. The new location is more suitable and gives the company more room for storage and display. In connection with the implement business they will operate a tire repair station am] perform other minor services for their customers. Aloy Halda, who has been mechanic In charge of the Newel garage for several months, has accepted a position elsewhere and will soon leave Fenton The Loveliest Valentine A GiFt of Candy Nothing better expresses what your heart wants to say. One of our beautiful Heart Boxes filled with delirious sweets, makes a smart and dignified gift for this romantic festival day. Feb. 14th. Heart candies of all kinds at the Algonquin 101 East State Street. Algona. Iowa i l'VWYVYVUVW^JWWAVV^^ Two Features 21c Wed. Thru Sat., Feb. 9 to 12 S. O. S. Coast Guard plus Feature No. 2 . , , The Wonder Western Johnny Mack Brown "ROGUE OF THE RANGE" The Algona Auction Co. We nrn lirrp to sorvp both HIP seller find hnjcr nf onr pn- villon In Alirnnn every Saturday. Saturday, February 12 Pnn't fnnrot we sell anything that yon harp to sell every Saturday by tltp hpnd or nriaht. Our place Is parked ulth buyers, and nil stork Is ilrnmndlni: pond prices. So don't forgot tit (tot your stork In, ns yon will not the liost rash price. For this Satnrdnv «o <>xpi-cl n irioil run of horses. In last week's sale the hldilinir was very iroinl. ivith plenty of buyers and 3 niliiilior looking for hnrsos, so dun't fonret t» Ci't yours In as It Is trrttlnir tlmi> for sprlnir nor!,. Also have a nn'mher of brood sows listed nml irond milk COHSJ citild use nil kinds of stock, Hnvc llslvd 20 or 2"» fOilinir shunts. IVo will soil tlip<n horses ns they nre llsled in. so get thorn listed !ii enrly. We are twine to start at Is!:»0 nml sell vvhnt small stuff came in. and start on stock nt It.'IO. Hrinc nny kind of stocli. as no will have nil kinds of buyers hero. Kon't fnnrof—every Saturday we will have n repnir man for nil ninkes of sojiprstors. Wp also hrndlc the complete lino of Mnssey-llnrrls machinery. l»on'( forget to look tills Twin Power How Crop Trnetor over. Vtlll bundle 32-in. sop. nnd 3 ll-in. plows. Open every dnj. Sale bnrn phone 77 or residence 3F22. Start on stock nf It.'IO. TKKMS-dish. \o property removed until settled for. C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operators nnd Auctioneers. sff"rss{(ssf{ssft'(fffss^ssssz&///:sw//y//7Zf&yy/wy^ ^yy-^^^wKy^K&yKy^^yy^^^y^y^^yyyM^y^yy^^Mmyy^^^M'f^M^^^yyoy^y^yyK - KRESENSKY'S DOLLAR SALE Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 9 to 12 DANCE At Academy Hall WHITTEMORE Friday, Feb. 11 to tunes of ALMENKE 'And His Orchestra SALE Silk Print D resses Smart new colorful dresses in plain colors and prints in qualities and styles thai will astound you. lioth regular and one-half sixes from V2 to 4(>. You will like these dresses and at only $3.99 you have enough left over for a hat, and stockings and maybe a pair of shoes if you hurry. Krcsensky's 100 pair of ladies' smari footwear, most all sizes black, brown, navy. SWEATERS Long sleeve sweaters, short sleeve und sleeveless types, all pure wool values ot « I • fouse Coats (Jorgeou.s materials and fascinating patterns, make these garments a sensation at this price. Limit, '1 to a customer. 1.00 Values tliar you won' boliove possible. Many items especially pur cliased for fliis event ( frcm our regular stuck at much less than factory cost. SLIPS 1.00 Satin, Brocade and Crepe -both bias and 4-gore styles. Sizes 32 to 44. You can use a couple at this price. HOSE Just the thin}' for right now—a new hat at a imall cost. Pure silk, full fashioned chiffon or service weight, 8 col- DRESSES Print—Cotton Ladies, Children :Iere is a group of high- :r priced cotton dresses, xriced for a quick sell ut. You will tind lades' and children's sixes. \lso a complete line of Cinderella dresses for 'hildren and Peppcrel >rint dresses for ladies. 1.00 GLOVES Leather gloves, wool gloves, and leather trimmed fabrics. Values f to id BLOUSES Tailored blouses of line broadcloth, plain silk paisley print, 1 (Ml sixes :52-40 1 * VV Child's Shoes Every child can use a pair of these hi-top shoes two-toned elk oxfords, and all over brown elk oxfords, worth twice what we are asking. 1.00 KRESENSKY'S

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