The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 29, 1938
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STEP OUT In Style This EASTER (With a Suit Tailored for Yata SUITS-TOPCOATS You may select any fabric and-we'11 make you really dressed up this spring. A Chance to get style, quality Clopton the Tailor Phone 38 Over Bdilinors Tuesday thru Thursday, March 29 to 31 Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Ritz Broa. in "GOLDWYN FOLLIES" Sunday thru Wednesday, April 3-6 Two great attraction*. Two Tops. Sunday Matinee 1-3-5; prices 10c-26c to 5 p. m. CREAM-A-SECOND FUN FEST COLUMBIA PICTUR ot *• eo "»«»ru," $ 6.00 Women's Styles See our booth at the Cooking School It row ii el I' SHOE COMPANY The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa> March 29,1938 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mftthe* of Ames were Algona visitors Satur- dny. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster drove to Webster City Friday evening to visit friends over the week end. Alfred Jergenson, farmer living northeast of Algona. spent the week end in Chicago with relatives. Catherine McCafl of Des Moines will spend the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Jean Randolph of Hartley will be a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs Theo. Herbst. Jean is Mr Herbst's cousin. The Seven Day Adventist church is being repaired and redecorated with new wallpaper and paint. A new roof has been added. Thelma Johnson spent the first of the week in Des Moines with friends. Adra Yoeman assisted at the Johnson store during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmcr and little daughter were week end guests at the E. W. Lusby home. The Witmers are residents of Des Moines. Mrs. ridtth Jones and daughter, Mildred, are spending this week at Renwick with the former's aunt,' Mrs. Joe Franks, who is a sister of C. S. Johnson. Mrs. Antone Johnson and daughter. Charlotte, met relatives at Boone Thursday and from there went to Excelsior Springs for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. LeRov Dltsworth are the parents of a nine pound nine onuce boy born Wednesday a the Kossuth hospital. He has beer nnmcd Ronnld LeRoy. .Mrs. William Dnu and he.- parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Peto-- Ehlers and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helmke ol Swca City, attended the funeral of Mrs. Chas. Schipull nt Renwick Monday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Angus Cotton of Lone Rock are happy over the birth of an eight pound boy Saturday. Mrs. Cotton is the former Edith Morgan, daughter of Mr. antl Mrs. H. E. Morgan. This is their first child. Norman Walker und Mrs. Dennis Goedcrs drove to Sioux City, Saturday, where Mr. Walker visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker, and Mrs. Goeders joined her husband, who was there on business. Farm and Home Bugles Resolutions for 1938 No. (5. Resolved—Lastly and finally, that in the coining year, I will give my wife almost as much attention as I give my farm. Call at the new lumber yard near Milwaukee Depot. Building material of all, kinds. For this time of year you will like Raes- ley's Special Dustless Treated Coal. RAESLY LUMBER CO. Phone I':!! John Haggard played golf at Spencer. Sunday, trying out the course. Edna MrMtillln, Bridget Gaffney and Meta Gade spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Hazel Potter spent the week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammill at Mason City. , The W. R. C. has reserved Wednesday, April 27th. for a bake sale at Mrs. Setchell's. Mrs. U". \V. Sullivan and Mrs. Matt Streit drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to spend the day. Georgia Anderson of Rock Rapids. Iowa, was a guest of Mrs. H. M. Olson last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy of Brltt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. Mrs. Vernon Spongberg and son, Jack, went to Fort Dodge Friday to spend a week visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs, H. R. Roseuall o Blue Earth were Sunday guests o the former's mother, Mrs. Charle Rosewall. Sirs. John Pehrson of Swea Cltj spent the past week visiting he daughter? Mrs. E. C. Hovey, am other Algona friends. Mrs. A. C. CahlH returned to hei home at Iowa City last week aftei visiting her mother, Mrs. Charle! Rosewall, for two weeks. Buddy Morck, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mock, has been ill with scarlet fever since Saturday night Mrs. Morck is in quarantine with him. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Reed o, Denison were guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Raymond Beamish, Frida. and Saturday. Mr. Reed is Mrs Beamish's brother. Gib Knudsen, state editor of the Fort Dodge Messenger, and Minn- Kelly of Emmetsburg were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Sunday evening. Airs. K. D. Laidlcy and daughters, Gladys and Rosalyn, left Saturday for Fort Dodge, and will visit for a week with Mrs. Laidley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and daughter. Sheila, spent Monday at Emmetsburg visiting Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, and other relatives and friends. Elon Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Olson of Forest City and Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Anderson of Lake Mills were guests at the home of Mrs. Alma Nelson last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Holtnan Anderson and son, Jerry Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and child•en, Jean and Jerry, drove to Io<va Falls, Sunday, and spent the day visiting relatives. Virginia Morck returned to Minneapolis, Sunday morning: after spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Virginia Is a student at the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt will return from West Union today (Tuesday) where they have been visiting since Saturday at the home of Mrs. Pratt's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Traeger. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behlnier of Emmetsburg are the parents of a baby boy, weighing seven pounds, born Saturday, MaTch 26. The baby has been named Terry Bob. Wesley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer. Mr. and .Mrs. D. F. May and Kd- na and Geneva Scharlach of DCS Moines were week end guests nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sclmrlach. Mrs. May and Edn.i and Geneva are the Scharlach I daughters. Mrs. Kenneth Samp and two sons of Lake Mills arrived Friday for a week's visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Nita Isaacson. Kenneth Samp drove to Algona Sunday to visit his family, and his mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Rev. Raymond C. Swanson, Swea City, and Myrtle Olson spent Saturday Jn Des Moines attending a state executive meeting of the Aug- ustana Luther League. Miss Olson is president of the northern district, and Rev. Swanson is the advisor for this district. Mr. and Mrs. L,. G. Thompson nnd granddaughter, Mary Thompson, of Estherville were guests of Mr and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Sundav Mary remained nnd will visit here until Wednesday, at which time her mother, Mrs. George Thompson, who has been visiting at Boone will arrive to take her home. Thp Alffonn St. CweHn Academy won first place nt an extemporaneous contest. Thursday evening, held between five schools at Milford. Schools were Algona, Varina. Ashton. Cherokee and Milford. Pauline Zender and Eileen Aman were the Algona speakers. Other Algonians attending were Betty Kohlhaas. Rosanne Holtzbauer, Irma Dee Hargreaves, Jack Holtzbauer and Father Ahman. Rlad The Want Ads—it Pays Watch For LONG'S 07TH ANNIVERSARY SALE Featuring STOKELY'S Finest Vegetables and Fruits Don't miss our Stnkely Contest Window on Thursday night. Look for sale dates and special pi-ires in the Advance on Thursday. Gillette Super Traction TRACTOR TIRES EXTRA SPECIAL 25' < discount a new low price. Act quick ly, factory may wfth draw the special any day without notice. FREE MOUNTING We also carry supplies h •su res as and riii' plStoll." 'W Departure and Timken l>earin»s, clutch plates, clutch facings, and mam- other items. Greenberg Auto Supply The place to buy Auto Supplies is at a Regular Auto Supply Store SAFETY You have valuables—important papers, jewelry, heirlooms—things that, no insurance policy can adequately •over. You will find a safe haven for them in our electrically protected, steel lined, fireproof Safety Deposit Vault. The cost is slight—a tiny fraction of what your loss might he on one single item of your valuables. Iowa State Bank Algona SAFE -ACCOMMODATING See our booth nt the Cooking School •??- J » t-n. i «••'•, .*, own h tr t c -f but two of tht ma w. m,, ho.. In llo .l Uool [ 0 . c.:•.,.', p-. tu ,. in .,„ «,;,. BROWNELL'S SHOE COMPANY FOR QUICK RESULTS-USE THE WANT ADS at ZENDER'S V *-J= •me in Clothing for Men and Boys It's an Open Season on New SUIT The Spirit of Easter Worsteds All the new models in chalk stripes, in rich shades of green, blue, pearl, bankers and oxford gray. Spring's finest. Gabardines A smart suit for any purpose. The smartly styled coat can even do double duty as a sport jacket. Right in style and price. Twists Truly ii mini's suit lugged! Sturdy! Tough! And they're mighty good looking, too. In regulars, shorts, half- atouts und *tou.U. Herringbones Herringbones in worsteds and cheviots single and double breasted. This season'-i smartest green. griy and blue shades. 19.50 24.50 29.50 BOY'S PREP SCHOOL SUITS Styled like the men's suiU, grown-up models for youth, but priced at considerably lesa OC TO COMPLETE THE SPRING WARDROBE We offer the following timely sno-o nns SHIRTS You'll be glad to know this new Arrow Shirt Blue, gray green and brown with patented Mitoga fitted body and a perfect Arrow toiler. Like all Arrows—it's Sanforized Ties to mutch. Otherfc i«c and $!.«.>. HATS I la.-, !•> ih._- time wlu-n u young m;-n'.s fancy turns toward i new .Sin-nig Hut . mui in., thought-, naturally turn to /K\|t- I-.K'.S where ht can see .iiui compare the i:c«e.~t at vie 5 by ti: • beat known m jlu-rs 111 the country. LaSalle2.95-3.95 Kensington 3.50 Stetson 5.00-7.00 z E D E irs VALL'KS SfPHEMK IX CLOTH L\< i Foi; MKN AM) Hoy

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