The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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TTpper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1038 El SPECIAL VALUES For Silver Dollar Day Only You Can't Afford to Miss Them Gray Covert Cloth 1 OA SHIRT AND SANTS !•«>" Tie Free With Each 1 AC X-ACT PIT SftIRT at !•"«> 89c Gray Covert Shirt 70c $3.50 Berg Hat $3.00 $3,85 Berg Hat $3.35 Madson & Hanson 1936 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sport Sedan 1936 Chevrolet Master Tournig Sedan Two 1935 Chevrolet Master Touring Sedans Two 1936 Plymouths, coach and coupe 1933 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1936 Chevrolet Truck, LWB, double tires These ears are in prefect condition. Several cheaper jobs. "We Trade—Easy Terms Check with us on mechanical and body and fender work. Phone 200 tor Co. N. Dodge St. Hood's IGA Store Algona, Iowa Phone 356 SPECIALS FOR SILVER DOLLAR DAY THURSDAY, APRIL 28TH Prunes No. 10 can 29c Butternut Coffee . . . 2 Ib. can 53c Red A Coffee, fresh ground . 2 Ibs. 35c Blue G Coffee 2 Ibs. 45c Brown Betty Coffee .... 2 Ibs. 49c Coffee V 6 Ib. 1.00 3 cans Corn, No. 2 3 cans Peas 3 cans Tomatoes, No. 2 3 tall Pork & Beans 12 Cans i.oo Oatmeal 10 Ib. 29c Peas, Blue Bird, 17 oz. cans, 13 cans $1 Pork & Bean*, Van Camps, 16 oz 1 7 for $1 Carnation Milk, tall cane . 13 cans $1 Corn, No. 2 guaranteed . . 13 cans $1 Oxydol l g 2 for 37c Oranges, good size .... 2 dozen 29c Grapefruit, Texas Seedless . . 6for25c Radishes ....... 2 bunches 5c Celery, nice well-bleached . . 10 and 12c Crackers 2 fc 15c Pure Bulk Lard ..... 101U. 1.00 (Bring your own container) Center Cut Pork Chop. . . , . Ib. 25c |b.Hc . . .lb.23c Margaret Molloy left Sunday for Ottumwa to spend a week visiting relatives. M«r1« Pratt »p«nt the week end visiting with the J. H. Edge family at Mitchell, South Dakota. Mrs. Joe Bloom and non, Dickie, left Thursday for the Twin Cities where they are visiting relatives. Mr. and Mr*. M. Swanejr of Fort Dodge were house guests during the week end of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Warren of Estherville spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson. Mrs. Marvel Anderson and son*, Marvin and Merlyn of Bradgatc, were In Algona, Sunday, vUlting Anderson relatives. Howard "Fldo" Medln, student it the Iowa State college at Ames, visited his parents, Mr. and MM. Sam Medln, this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medln of Estherville were Sunday guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medln. Mary Foster, teach T In the Prlm- jhar schools, was a week end juest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Harriet Smith, who attends a business college at Des Molnes, visited at the home of her mother. 1 Mrs. Neal Smith, this week end. Maurlne McCullough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough underwent'an operation at the Kossuth hospital Thursday morning. Dick Post left Wednesday for a visit with his brother, Bob, at Chi cago. Bob is studying optometry at the Northern University of Chi cago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Oxley and two children of CorwithTwere Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. The Oxleys are cousins of Mr. Pratt. Josle McEvoy, who ha» been stay. Ing in Algona, was called to Emmetsburg Thursday night on account of the serious illness of her Bister, Mrs. Bradley. MA and Mrs. Edgar Traeger and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Martin of West Union were week end guests at the Dennis Pratt home. Mr. Traeger Is a brother of Mrs. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Northrup and two children visited this week end at West Union, where they formerly lived. Mr. Northrup Is employed at the Pratt Electric Co. James Miirtagh spent Thursday and Friday in Des Molnes, on business. His father, C. B. Murtagh, returned with him and spent the week end here with his family. Mrs. Harold Falkenhalner left Thursday for Des Molnes, where she will spend the week end with her husband, who is working there In the state house for a few weeks. Mrs. Edythe Dalley returned Monday evening after a week end In Minneapolis on business and visit- Ing at the home of her brother, Gene, and with her sister, Fran- cllle Dye. Ethellne Muckey, daughter of Mr. •nd Mrs. Bert Muck«y^forn»«r Al- VOM residents, iwa« married to Mack Barrow Sunday morning, April 17, at Rock Island, III. They are at home In Rock Island. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck are In St. Paul where they were called by the serious Illness and death of the former's father, T. H. Keneflck of Eagle Grove. Mr. Kenefick waa the postmaster of Eagle Grove, and was n former druggist there. Mrs. Floyd .Morris anil son, I.loyd, the latter of Mason City, drove to Iowa City, Monday, to be with Mr. Morris, who underwent a foot amputation at the Iowa City hospital. For many years Mr. Morris was employed by the Bell Telephone Co. Thl B\V<Mlne«diiy night a (froup from Rodman will visit the Gospel tabernacle. The Rev. A. U Ford will bring the evangelistic message at eight o'clock. The public is cordially Invited. There will be a children's meeting at 7:30 p. m. .Mrs. Katharine MoEvoy and her children, John and Mary Geraldinc, drove to Minneapolis Friday morning to attend open house of the Dunwoody Institute and were guest;* of another son, Maurice, who attends the Institute, over the week end. Mrs. Vic Lowe WJM dismissed from the Kossuth hospital, Wednesday, where she had been seriously ill for ten days. She is much Improved at this time. Mrs. Lowe's mother, Mrs. W. W. Shroyer of Hampton is caring for her and the Lowe home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schoby of Irvington, entertained a group of friends at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Jass, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haaf, all of Garner, and Heulah Larson and Bill Specnt of Algona. High school principal, J. O. McDowell, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and Mrs. D. L. Leffert drove to Ames. Saturday. Mr. McDowell attended a. conference, and Mrs. Ferguson visited her sons, Lewis and John, and Mrs. Leflert was a guest of her daughter, Ila. E. L. Harris, an experienced furniture man and salesman, has accepted a position with the Mahlum & Anderson Company at Estherville. He has taken over his duties and will take his wife and two children there as soon as a suitable house can be located. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habegor returned Wednesday from Los Angeles where they spent the winter, and are now at home on their farm near Ottosen. Their daughter, Margaret Habegar Hargreaves, is taking a doctor's technician course, which she will finish next year. Air. and Mrs. Chet William* and son, Bob, Valeria Pickett, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and son, Jess, drove to Eagle Grove, Friday evening to attend the 26th anniversary celebration of the Leuthold store there. Tha store is managed by G. A. Hinkley. A banquet was attended by about 100 people from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. »lr* T. q. Sherman and sou, Richard, returned home from New York City, Sunday evening. They made the return trip through Virginia by tiis southern route. Mr*. Sherman has been In New York since the latter part of March visiting her sons.. Edward and Richard «id daughter, MM. Chester Kta>«ti*y. Richard «p*ct* to make extended visit with bit parents. Mrs. Dow Laldlejr ha* been *er loiuly ill the past few days, but Is Improving. Rev. and Mr*. P. Grootef* of Allerton, Iowa, were guests of Mr and Mrs. A. E. Grooters, Saturday Jttr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker returned the first of last week from Florida, where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hike of Arnolds Park were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. Jlmmle Neville and son, Harold, were In Minneapolis the first of the week buying merchandise for the Neville store. Mrs. C. R. Schohy spent last Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds In Good Hope. Mr. Dodds Is Mrs. Schoby's son. Esther Lavrenz, office manager of the reemployment office, underwent a tonsllectomy at the General hospital, Saturday. Zounds! What a Will Do on THURSDAY Don Mertz of Cherokee wan a week end guest of his wife and baby daughter, Donna Dru, who are visiting at the home of Mrs. Mertz's mother, Mrs. John Caugh- lln. Mr. and Mrs. E.,M. Miller and son, Harold, of Charles City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobsori.i Jiff. Miller owns n jewelery store at Charles City. Joe Schabenl former Hobarfan depot agent, has returned to Algona after spending the past winter wl'.h his children at East Lansing, Michigan, and In New York City. Ed Osterbauer of Rockford, III., spent the week end in Algona looking after business interests and visiting with his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne returned from Phoenix, Arizona, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne spent the winter month* at Phoenix and at El Paso, Texas. Arnle Maxwell ha* joined the Howard hardware sales force, and will handle sales of Shellane gas. He formerly was a Maytag salesman for Bjustrom's. Urnald Lund and hi* wife and two children left last week for Macon, Illinois, where he has position as salesman. The young man s a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund of Algona. Clint Lighter ha* assumed active management of the Miller Lumber Co. He has rented the Joe Wadsworth house on Call street and will mor» hta family from Bodt t& AV gona about the middle of May. Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Anita ar« the.parents of a baby boy, David Bailey, born at the Kossuth hospital, Tuesday, April 19. The baby •veighed nix pounds, 11 ounces. This is the second son for Mr. and Mrs Aalfs. Mr. and Mnu Albert Orancow expected to leave today (Tuesday) to attend the national butter-makers' convention at the Hotel Lowry, Minneapolis, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bohannoti and their son arrived In Algona, Saturday, from California, where they have been living for the past year. They are visiting Mr. Bohannon's mother, Mrs. John Bohannon. Edward Dougtaa and wife drove to Des Molnes, Sunday morning, and Mr. Douglas returned Monday. Mrs. Douglas was to return Tuesday. He Is the new manager of the Cummings store. Sheila Kay Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore of near Algona, and Arlen Lee Benschoter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Benschoter of Plum Creek, were recently baptized at the St. Thomn.i Episcopal church at Algona. Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Ln*by returned Sunday from a week In North Dakota on business. They visited at the homes of two former Algona teachers, Mrs. Emma Newcomb Smith and Mrs. Eva Newcomb Morey at Norwich. N. D. Howard Hoenk Is confined at home this week with the mumps, but with a telephone at his bedside he is finding out that he can help run things with little difficulty, and Mrs. Hoenk is on the job at the garage. The old Jame* Patterson house on Call street across from the Episcopal church, was sold recently to A. C. BJustrom, who lives west of Algona. Mr. BJustrom bought It as an investment. M4 and M>*v Fran Lonergan were visitors Sunday at the Carl Pearsons. They now operate a drug store at Schaller, Iowa. Fran Is a former Bancroft boy, and Mrs. Lonergan Is the former Inez Potter of Algona. Cliff Aalfs was In the city over the week end, getting better acquainted with his new son. Cliff is working in the Sioux City territory for Armour's. Mrs. Aalfs and the family will move there some time within a month or so. Mr. and Mr*. A. E. Orooter* and family and their house guest, Mrs. L. W. Hills, a sister of Mr. Grooters from Portland, Oregon, visited at the G. Grooters home at Fort Dodge Sunday. G. Grooters Is a brother of A. E. Grooters and Mrs. Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Le* Kenyon will move Sunday from the Funk apartments to the Bjustrom apartments. Mr. Kenyon Is the bookkeeper In the offices of H. R. Cowan & Son, and Mrs. Kenyon is stenographer In the Algona Chamber of Commerce office. Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Ecklund of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Witwer of Mason City were week end guesta of Mrs Chas. Roupe, mother of Mrs. Ecklund and Mrs. Witwer. Mrs. Roupe entertained them at a family dinner, Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gardner were also guests, Mr*. Joe R. White, editor of the Manilla Times, came up and spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norman. Mr. Norman has been bedfast for the past two months with heart trouble but now It Is thought he is showing signs of improvement. Algona friend* of Howard Backus have received the news of the arrival of a six-pound girl baby at the home of Howard and his wife at Coulee City, Washington, on April 22. The little newcomer has been named Mary Ellen. It Is their first child. Howard has a responsible position on the Grand Coulee dam now In the building. 2nd Feature "This Marriage BURlnr**" Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Buck Jones in "Overland Express" (Second Features "Hollywood Stadium Mystery" "Lone Ranger" Sun. Thru Wed. JEZEBEL i.i£»- wA Henry FONDA &^&v&)wy^^ Silver Dollar Day Bargains April 28 Blue Footed Crystal 1 AA Sherbets and Goblets (> f,, r i»vU .4 Quart Triple-Coated Ivory Enamel Saucepans 2 for 2:?.\:?4" Turkish Bath Towels, pastel shades 4 for Large Oval White Framed Mirors , oao ], The Ben Franklin store W. V. Butler, owner 1 AA l.UU * l. Let Us Help You Clean House You'll Hud it the most sat isf aet< »ry method you have ever tried. Send us your Rugs, Curtains, Drapes, Slip Covers, Upholstered furniture Our prices are reasonable. We are now equipped to clean, demoth and store your winter garment at no extra charge. Bring them in now and let us store them during the summer months. Elk Cleaners NORMAN & PERRY "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" The perfect picture for everyone who has heen a kid. See Tommy Kelly in this picture at the Call. U.S.D THURSDAY ONLY, APKIL 28 Men'j Broadcloth Shorts Sizes 30 to 42 16e THURSDAY ONLY, APRIL 28 Men's Fancy Rayon Sox 1O pair I Values Like These Make Your ^Dollar Day Visit Profitable Men's Work Shirts Full cut blue ehambray for tin.-, one dav only Men's sixes 1-t 1 /. to 17 Boy's sizes (J to 14 «5 Pair Men's Overalls •Stripe or blue, iji'0 \vt denim, Biii ";iu" make not sanforized 79c Men's Knit Athletic Then see Tom Sawver Boys Wear at The Hub, through cooperation of Mr. Hire, special merchandise prizes will be awarded Thursday matinee. HUB CLOTHIERS Union Button on the shonlder. This one dav onlv Free for this one day with each ten dollar purchase we give you one perfectly good shining U. S. Silver Dollar. THE HUB CLOTHIERS "Th« Clothing Comer of North Iowa" Lnuthold - Williams -

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