The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1938 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 3, 1938
Page:
Page 5
Start Free Trial
Cancel

FREE STORAGE For Winter Garments Demothed and Cleaned Now Send us your winter coats and dresses to be cleaned and pressed, and we will store them f or yfcu until fall at no additional charge. Dirtv clothes are food for moths. ELK Cleaners Phone 330 We Deliver Dea Moine *' Algona> Mr. and Mrs. t H. ChrischUIes PECIAL At this time of the year everyone finds a need of more Cupboard Space _ Here is a little picture that tells a bis story We have just unpacked a big truck shipment ot steel cabinets in all sizes and we are going to pass this buy on to you at unheard of prices. *M^!li!^^ djust ' 18 inch » 4 adjustable shelves. Choice of ivory or white $C QC . . . es spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis on business. 1 Wesley Behtmer of Emmefabur B visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behimer, Sunday. The Elk Cleaners have a new red Ford delivery panel, which was put into use this week. Mr. and Mrs. o. D. Shnmway drove to Des Moines, Saturday afternoon, returning Sunday. Rev. George C. Vance was elected county chairman of the Red Cross, at a meeting held last Wednesday. Mr. and Mm. Boy Bjustrotn left Sunday for Kansas City, Mo., and They will be gone other points. several days. Mr. and Mr». W. A. Barry returned today (Tuesday) from Des where they had been on business since Monday. Latest among: the many new signs on State street is that of the Sorensen Grocery Co., which was erected last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan spent Sunday at Maurice, where they were guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Linnan. The Raymond OHTord eighty near Lfvermore was sold recently by Edward Capesius to J. C. Tuttle who owns some adjoining land. H Mr. and Mr*. Andy Anderson drove to Des Moines Monday where Mr. Anderson attended a grain meeting. They intended to return home Tuesday. E. W. Hansen and daughter, Ir ene, drove to River Falls, Win, Friday, and were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Laura Morse, during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, Jo Ellen, drove to Mason City, Saturday, and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith, former Aigonlans. Bev. Claude Fosnaugh and fa or ivory special only __ $ ^ AT special only Big double door cabinet-^ adjustable shelves, choice of white or ivory. Compare these prices with all others. RICHARDSON FURNITURE COMPANY "Where Furniture Sells For Less" West of Court House Algona, la. - ily of Esthervllle were Sunday guests at the home of Rev. Chas. W. Pfeffer and family. Rev. Pfefter s the Presbyterian minister here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagli, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer and Mrs J w. Sullivan spent last week in Minneapolis. Mr. Murtagh attended a Northwestern Druggists' convention. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lundstrom and family of Britt were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mrs Lundstrom Is the daughter of Mrs Godfredson. Mr. and Sirs. E. C. McMahon drove to Emmetsburg, Monday, where they attended the wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhlgg, parents of Mrs. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ogg are expected home the middle of this week from Lexington, Kenutcky where they spent the past two weeks visiting the fromer's mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Dobson left Saturday for Alexandria, S D where they will spend a week vlnit- .Horace dnpsaddle and Charles Berringer spent Wednesday in Des Moines on business. Helen White has resigned her position at the James drug store and will leave June 1. Bill Dalley of Des Moines was a week end guest at the home of his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent and Mrs. Floyd Saunders drove to Des Moines, Thursday, on business. Mr. and Sirs. Rarold Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish spent Saturday fishing at Lost Is land. Mr. and Sirs. Kenneth Cowan, James Murtngh and Esther Pratt spent Sunday fishing at Lost Island. Mrs. Chet Williams and Valeria Pickett were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy at Britt. Alice Miller of Algona nnd Herman Thilges of Bode were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of near LuVerne, Ruth Dickinson Hunter of Des Moines, spent the week end visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J Dickinson and son, Lynn. Ruth Butts of Algona and Val eria Thilges of Bode were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien of near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rellly and son, Billy, were guests of the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W S Reilly at Red Oak, Sunday. Arlo Larson, Clarence Brans, Durwood Potter, Ardella Hovey, Edith Roeder, and Dorothy DeMott were fishing at Lost Island Sunday. Sirs. Wallace McDougal and son, Bobbie, were week end guests of Mrs. McDougal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, at Mason WB&SBXGSSS^^ Mother's Day Chocolated inf relatives and friendd. son is connected with Swift^* Co. branch. Mr. and Mr*. 1* - * *obln and sons, Donald and Virgil of Waseca, Minn., drove to Algona Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs P. W. Tobin. L. J. Tobin is a nephew of the P. W. Toblns. Wade Hansen, ion of Mr. und Mrs. E. W. Hunsen arrived Saturday from Minneapolis. He has been studying at Dunwoody Institute. Mr. Hansen and son, Wade, drove to Mason City on business Mr. Dob- the local Dr. and Mrs. L., O. Baker and son, Durwod,.were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Stewart at Kanawha, Sunday. The women are sisters. .Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom left Sunday morning for a trip of sev "?.' days during which time the will go to Kansas City, Mo., an other points. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer and he daughter, Jane, will leave Thursda for Iowa City for the week enc Jane will take part in the stat music contest. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising and daughter, Mrs. Paul Bell, and the letter's son, Dickie, spent Sundya visiting at the Irvin Shellmeyer home at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. A*el Swanson of St. Paul were house guests of Mr and Mrs. E. L. DeZellar from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Swanson is Mr. DeZellar's sister. Henry Llchter and family spent Sunday visiting at the home of the former's daughter. Mrs. John Ludw g at St. Benedict. Richard Lud- wlg received his first communion. ,,, Mr> and Mr »- Charlea Norman of winnebago, Minn., were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mr. and Mrs. Norman are the uncle and aunt of Barnard. Fardel of That Tasty Pangburn Candy Beautiful Boxes, Tasty Candy and at reasonable CA- and prices per box*"'*' up MOTHER'S DAY CARDS Remember Mother With a Rust Craft Card—large selection. LUSBY'S \ Qwtktd f ^^f^^^^^^^^^^^f Monday. If. W. Trainer left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where he will be located for three days as a relief man in that territory for the Hormel Co. He goes from there to Oelwein for several weeks in a similar capacity. Maurice McEvoy, son of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy. came home Saturday from Minneapolis, where he has been attending Dunwoody Institute. He left Monday for Rockwell City where he has a job with the John McGuire crew. AH Alffona law offices will be closed Saturday afternoons during the summer months, starting thin coming Saturday. Saturday, incidentally, is the slowest day of the week in the law business, they say and Monday U the best. Sirs Guita Patterson, Mrs. Sadie Frankl nad John Idoux spent Sunday at Ames with the women's sons Stanley and John, respectively Tho boys are students at Iowa State College. From Ames they drove out to the Ledges near Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Toni Holmes received eight dozen tulips as a gift from Meredith Lathrop of Salem, Oregon. Mrs. Holmes reported that the tulips were shipped in wax paper, arriving in excellent condition, and were of every color of the rainbow. Mr. and Mm. O. W. Erickson took the formers mother, Mrs. Isabella Wesley to Minneapolis, oii Friday, from where she went via train to her home at Rhinelander Wis. Mrs. Wesley had been visiting at the Erickson home since last November. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson returned Saturday evening. George Holtzbauer, Lorraine Tierney and Craig Tierney drove to Fort Dodge, Sunday, and brought Mrs. Holtzbauer home with them Mrs. Holtzbauer has been ill at the SL Joseph hospital fgr the past three weeks. Lorraine Tierney her daughter, has resigned her position at the Iowa State Bank, and wi!l remain at home to care for her mother. Friday evening, Mrs. E. 3. McEvoy welcomed the visit of a number of relatives who remained over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Foley, James O'Brian and Mra Margaret Gabel. all of Nichols' Iowa, arrived and also Josie McEvoy of Gruettingen Mra. Foley and Mr. O'Brian are sister and brother of Mrs. McEvoy and Josie McEvoy is a sister-in-law. Thev all left Monday. Mr*. H. W. Pietch aiid Mrs. Har-' old Falkenhainer went to Des Moines Thursday for a get together of the Falkenhaioer family They joined Harold Falkenhainer, who is temporarily located there, Chester Fuikenhainer of New York and their father Otto Falkenhainer of ^ S a n L u M f 8 - Pletch and 0»« H. E. * alkenhainerg returned to Algona Sunday. The latter have reut ed the upstairs Falkenhainer duplex and Mr*. Fallwahainer anrt daughter, Ltoda, will be located there soon. * 2*?' ?H d Mr »- o Adel, will arrive Friday for a week end visit with Mrs. Fardal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Blossom. Mrs. Fardal will remain for a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughters, Catherin and Joan, were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leone Beamish at Mason Cityv Mr. Beamish is Mrs. Stewart's brother. Cliff Aalfs arrived Saturday for .1 two weeks' vacation nt the C. L. Bailey home near Algonn. Mrs! Aclfs and two sons will return with Fur Storage Have your fur coat Cleaned, Glazed, Re- liix'd bofor<> moths have a chance to do any damage. Clopton the Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Tues.-Wed., May 3-4 Last two days Bette Davis in "JEZEBEL" Priecu 10c-36c Thurs. Thru Sat., May 5-7 Two smash hits 10-21c gay Corrigan wax Teriium , Bob Livingston 2d feature "Bulldog Druiimuuutf* Peril" also Luue Banger Serial Sun.-Hon., May 8-9 "Snow White and Seven Dwarfs" him to their home at Sioux City at ; ^ . time ' The Baileys are Mra. Aalfs parents. Grace Berg: of the Gamble store and Lucille Black, who Is employed ftt the Kruse-Blossom office, moved Monday to the Dr. P. V. Janse apartment house on Kennedy street where they will share an apartment with Louise Magnuson. who moved there a few weeks ago. j Mn and Mrs. B. Jr. Gay and' Mr. and Mrs. Clftire Gay and baby of Salix, were Sunday guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. A, L,. Brown. The Brown son, Gordon, returned to Salix for a visit. The B. N. Gays ore Mrs. Brown's parents, and :laire Gay is her brother. Junior Chamber of Commerce members «re making plans to attend a golf tournament and fun session as guests of the Mason City Junior Chamber a week from today (Tuesday, May 30) and all interested parties are asked to get in touch with Bob Harrington. I* J. Dickinson returned Saturday from a two weeks' trip through the southwestern part of Iowa and n brief sojourn in Chicago in the interest of his campaign for United States senator from the eighth district. Ruth Dickinson Hunter also came Saturday from Des Moines and spent the week end with her parents, and son. «"*/,"• J? tttfl I-""*, worthy matron of the Eastern Star, calls attention or local members to the district me ,?, t , inf ? to be held '" the Br y«"t auditorium, this evening, at eight o clock, with the Algona chapter „• P-? ?V Tu he Dorc(ls societv "f th<? First Lutheran church will serve the visitors and local members a dinner at 6:30 p. m. in the church dining room. High officials of the O nL w "' be here f< "- the occasion «-n. 8 2, od - turn Ollt is requested. Will F. Brown and Mrs. Brown have a pet canary that is developing usuaual traits. The Browns rnn now .let the canary out of its rage, and the bird will fly around '" Wi " in * to be «•" . fing<?r> lf he hold3 " out. However, if he T t f he , finger ' the bird wi " not . It also has a hnbit of landing on his shoulder and occasionally takes n peck nt his face between wnrbles. Thus far. however he is not encouraging the canary to act ns a substitute for a razor. Used Cars '37 Oldsmobile Sedan '37 Plymouth Coupe '32 Chevrolet Sedan '29 Ford A Sedan '29 Chevrolet Coupe HOENK MOTOR SERVICE West of Court House LOA11 QUALITY AT FAIR PRICES SeeOurEvery-dayLowPrices-SeeOurVast Assortment of Dress-Work-PIay Clothes. You'll Say No Other Store Can Offer So Much! This Store Because Of Its Great Cash Buying Power ' «S? d 1? y out> offers to lbl Customers Valuo, No Other North Iowa Clothier Can Give You! • We give you friendly, dependable service. • First quality poods only— no seconds—no shoddy at any 'price. • No sale is complete until you are fully satisfied. • Really experienced salesmen, who are happy to have you visit this store. LOOK AT THESE Hart Schaffner & Marx NEW SPRING SUITS You all know they .make good clothes —only pood clothes 24.50 Leu Clair Suits and Topcoats 22.50 The fastest stopping stylo Hntlios in Ani«,-i,a. Esr,,,i,v Stvlin- ,\11 wool, ,,f ,-om-s,, fruaniiitml to piv,. vnu .100';; sati,f.,',ti,,n. That's a promise IVom THE IIL"B CLOTHIERS. MAY MAGIC In the prices of these suits > Perhaps! You'll pay ,*22.50 in most stores. Our every day low price on this group 17.50 All wool, of course—Styled to Minute FOR YOUNG MEN You sJmul.l see Iliese younp mr-ii's Mills. \\ e believe jj, ( . v .„.,, tJl(> ,, T(l . (t _ < uiu' ut '.V"r' ei 'lr', om ' mliiiAl -" iiii All U ooi; A well known mfp. needed money and Leiitliolds hoiiirlit '» 800 sjuts. WE SAYED-AND SO~DO 1485 SHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! An exceptional buy lets us do this. A manufacturer of national repute hud too many shirts on hand. He S i.M them to us at 5()e on the dollar. AVe offer them to you, -*l-^I.i>,3--*l.a3 shirts, We Do Not Believe Any Store Anywhere Can Equal This Buy 7Qr 1 "U H A T S This Is The Hat Store! Hats of every style and quality. And we can tit any size head. L95 2.95 3.50 You'11 Like Them. Save Money Here LEE OVERALL our regular ever}- day price 1.39 CLOTHES . YOU ALWAYS SAVE HERE Men's 8 oz. blue denim sanforized BIB OVERALLS Boy.s' Be.st Blue denim or .stripe overalls. •Sizes to a»-e 17 89c ROCKFORD SOX Oenuine detective tip, unparalleled, bargain Men's blue chambray or covert Red Kap Shirts, stand, rut, all sizes 49c 39c ., WILD PIG WORK GLOVES, pr. _.49c MEN'S MUD RUBBERS, red sole 98c WOLVERINE WORK SHOE low as 2.95 KNEE RUBBER BOOTS, quality 1.98 Meii's Empire WORK SHOES Snjid leather uppers and soles 1. Leuthold—Willianiri—Reynolds „„ ^•B *^^ •'"" UIC5 ••'' .... i ' ..t l.;., . , r . ,.»,,_ "The riothing ( Waer of Xorth Iowa"

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free