The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinet, Algona, 101% May 84,1938 Tuesday and Wednesday, May 24-26 Dally matinee from one o'c!6ck. Sensational values. Three treat short subjects plus Hollywood *^ ^BBHaUfcUftp «jf ews O f Day* May Plus News "What Do You Htfnk?" "Salt Shaker" Saturday, May Plus Miracle Money Phoney Express New* COAST TO COAST STORE Blue Ribbon Day Thursday - One Day Only Interior Gloss, Keystone, $2.65 $1 Qg value, gallon __ **w Varnish, 4-hr. $1 10 dry, gallon ____ A>A J Flat Wall Paint, Keystone, $1.95 $1 9C value, gallon — • l '* >ti Johnson Glo- AQ r Coat, pint ____ wt> y 2 pint Free Milk Pails, hvy. grade, 13H qt. ea Barn Paint, reg. $1.35 5 gallon lots Q0 r per gallon *' oc Turpentine, per gallon __ 49c House Brooms, 4 sewed, each __ Clothes Pins, Of per dozen ------ ^^ Rope, %in., 50 feet for "B" Batteries, 7045 volt, each '•"* MOTOR OIL Pennolwie Motor Oil, 8AE 20, M and 40 gal Pin* Fed. Tax Hay Forks, 3 tine 77c Garden Rakes, each only Garden Hose, $1 QQ 50 feet for 1 ' JO 30x3Va Tires __-$3.98 30x3% Tires 69c Hay Fork OC Handles, each _^"L Bushel Baskets, galv., each Lawn Chairs, QO- folding, each __ Boys' or Girls Bicycles, double O1 AC bar, $30 value "••'J Wagons, large $1 ( size, $2.75 value *•• COAST to COAST STORE OUR Recession NVe like " Ki'<-<'.v-i<iiiH'' of the type we have been having tliis spring down at this orange colored plant of ours. For our "HeiM'ssion" has been one »f PRICE only. Our YOLt'MK i< way above last year, and our (^I'ALITY hasn't fallen back an inch. For one tiling, we have sold the L'ioiieer Ili-lired Seed Corn Co. not one car of lumber, but SIX! And the .school and Priest's home at St. .Jo.-cph took SKVKNTKKX cur.-, .,1' materials from our plant. \o wonder we are .-milinu: lhe.-c day.-. And thai i.-n't all. Mr. and Mrs. Public hav found the Mention to what has often been a ]ier- plcxinti problem: where to yo when they have either a small or lartre biiildin'j'. or repairinu job to be done. That solution is at Bot>ford's, where they can Ket their materials at the lowest price in the market, where they can «et ihe best local Mechanics to install these materials, and where h'n an -insj; of these materials and this labor is available from a variety of soin-ee.-, at the lowest interest fate t hey have ever encountered. Yes, all three operations bundled into ,,ne .-iniple friendly tran.-action, with a iniarantee that SATISFACTION With III,-.]',,}, will be!i,ere.-ult. This. too, means volume, as well a.-, the bi^ jobs. And volume mean- better buying, and better buy iiitf means a lower price to tin nsiimer. It 'i.-s the underlying, reason for , mr very, very pleas ant "Keces-,ion." BOTSFORD Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr Knudsen-Befnaa Wedding— A beautiful home wedding took place Sunday at the farm home ol Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chris Knudsen when their daughter, Dorothy, became the bride of August Bernau, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernau of Vest Bend. The Rev. George C. Vance, pastor of the Congrega- lonal church, performed the double ring ceremony In the presence of he immediate families. Mrs. Har- 1d Falkenhainer played the Lohen grin wedding march and Mrs. Vane* sang "At Dawning. * Margaret Knudsen, sister of the bride, attended the bride and Holland Bernau. brother of the bridegroom was the best man. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 24 guests at the home. The couple left at the conclusion of the reception for n wedding trip through Illinois and Wisconsin, and will be at home on a farm west of Algona. The new Mrs. Bernau graduated from the Algona high school and hns taught the past five years in the Union township rural school. Mr. Bernau graduated from the Whlt- temore schools and has been farm- in? for himself west of town. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms west of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Pedersen of Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Niels Pedersen of Blue Earth. Minn. Ruth MrMahon Honored— Elizabeth Nugent entertained at a pre-nuptlal shower, Friday evening, honoring Ruth McMahon. who will be married June 4th to Dr. Ralph Carpenter. The guests presented the honoree with goblets In the pattern she had chosen. Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer received the bridge prize. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Lucia Wallace were hostesses at a breakfast and miscellaneous shower at the E. J. Murtagh homo. Saturday morning, honoring Ruth McMahon, Covers were laid for 12 guests. Miss McMahon was the recipient of many lovely gifts. P. T. A. Election- Mrs. D. J. Bredall was elected president of the elementary P. T. A. at the annual election of offlc- rs. Wednesday, at the Bryant school at the last meeting of the year. Mrs. David Beck was named vice president; Mrs. James Burns, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Max Miller, program chairman, and Mrs. Peter Waldron the publicity chairman. About 50 mothers were pres- nt and Miss Naomi Hewitt's first ;raders presented "Snow White and :he Seven Dwarfs." Meetings are to be resumed in the fall. Officers Installed— The officers of the Epworth League of the Methodist church were Installed at the church, Sunday morning. The following people were installed, Roger Michel, president: Eleanor Thorp*, first vice president: Bruce* Miller, wc- ond vice president; Dorothea Bjust- tom, third vice president; Jean Murtagh, fourth vice president; Wnrgaret Miller, pianist; Helen Johnson, secretary; Robert Groot- crs, treasurer. \V. II. M. S.— The Woman's Home Missionary ocicty of the Methodist church will moot at the home of Mrs. S. W. Mi'ycr. Friday afternoon. Mr*, rank Thorpe's division is to seriv. Mrs. Archie Hutchison h:n the I••.•>son. and Mrs. W. C. Steelc will lead the devotions. The riveting hns been postponed from Thiir«<Iav until Friday, and will begin at 2'.'!0 p. m. Mite boxes will be opened and i very- one is requested to bring their mite boxes. MisoollaneoiM Shower— Gladys Beighler and Ruth Arnold were the honorees at a pre- nuptlal miscellaneous shower 4t the C T. Chubb home, Thursday evening. Mrs. C. T. Chubb, Mrs. Earl Sprague and Irene Lounsberry were the hostesses. A seven o'clock dinner was served, and coven were laid for 13 guests. Bridge was played at two tables with the prize go- Ing to Naomi Hewitt, and Aria Rocksvold won the chlnker-check prize. Guest Day— ' . . — About 40 were present at this Presbyterian guest day held Thursday afternoon at the church by the Missionary society. Mrs. O. H. Frerklng of Lakota gave a talk on missionary work and a musical reading was given by Sylvia Ann Gerdes of Wesley. A musical trio by Miss Gerdes, her sister, and Jean Bottom was given with Mrs. Gerdes accompanist. Mrs. Frerklng also favored the group with a vocal solo. Sorority Convention— Seven Algona girls, members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, returned Sunday evening from a pleasant trip over Saturday and Sunday to the state convention of the organiatlon held at the Hotel Martin in Sioux City. The girls who attended were Mrs. Don Smith. Beuna Raney. Valeria ~ ickett. Bernice Harrington, Thelma Knutson. Lorraine Arndorfer and Deane Arndorfer. District Convention— Mrs. J. T. Bohannon, Mrs. Ole Allison, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. Ross Calhoun, Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mrs. George Spongberg .ind Mrs. Alma Nelson and the Rev. asd Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand attended the district missionary convention at Burnside. Iowa, Friday afternoon. The above were delegates of the First Lutheran church. Bridge at Winkel«— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wlnkil were host and hostess. Thursday vening at a bridge party at the'lr lome. W. A. Barry won the men's ilgh score prize, Mrs. C. A. Joynt of Emmetsburg the high score prize for women and Charles A. Bllley received the travel prlte. A tempting luncheon was served at the close of the games. Seventeen member* of the Wa- Tan-Te club were In attendance at a 6:15 dinner served In the Blue Room at the Hotel Algbna, on Thursday evening. Bertha Welp of Bancroft was a guest Reports from the convention at Cherokee were given by Adah Carlson and Imelda Dooley, Atgona's delegates. Dinner Party — Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llnnen entertained a group of friends at a seven O'clock dinner party at their home. Friday evening. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Falkenhainer. Eugene Murtagh showed several rolls of Him with his movie camera, and the remainder of the evening was spent at bridge. Seventh Birthday- Janice Bartholomew was honored on her seventh birthday. Thursday afternoon, at n party at her home. There were 25 little guests present. Light refreshments were served. and the children played games and listened to stories. Janice Is he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred 3artholomew. HI-Ixi Club— "~ The Hl-Lo club members were Thurc. May 26 Only Special! Printed Percale SHOE BAGS 23c With 12 pockets! Helps to keep your closet neut and clean. Pretty pastel colors. Strongly HPW- ed. /he. BEN FRANKLIN W. V. BUTLKR. OwneiJ BLUE , RIBBON! VALUES a t Steele's Trade in your old Felt Ifat for a new one. Your "Id hat regardless of condition is worth $l.fK) on a new spring felt hat on BLUE 1UBBON DAY only. ( (Old hats traded in will he given to Ked Summer Neckwear All silk .Shantung Ties in rich light patterns. (Save $1.00) 2 for 1 Suit Special A group of 25 .spring suits in good patterns and styles. Original price tickets reiiuun on these suits. Half Price Blue Ribbon Day Only Sport Shirts Special group of VVii- ,>on Hm>. polo shirts (save $1), 2 for $1.00 Men's Pajamas Artistic pajamas in coat or middle style fsavc 50c) $1.00. NOTICE—These prices are for Blue Bibbon Day Only. Steele's BLUE RIBBON DAY USED RADIOS One Elec. 6-tube table model __ One 2-volt table model __ $ 3.50 One 2-volt Sit $O 7C vertone Console «'••«' One 2-volt Coronado console -One 2-volt Philco table model One 2-volt table model One Elec. table 'model like new One 6-volt, $Q QA like new •'•• ni 10 good used $CTTP Bicycles at __.. J UI JOE BLOOM entertained by Mre. W. P. Hemp hill at her home. Tuesday evening of la«t week. There wero two tables of brldgr*. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won the high prlw and Mrs, Arthur Smith, the low prlie. Mrs. D. Clopton was a guest. Ladle* Day at C. C.— Wednesday will be Ladles' Day at the Algona Country club. Oolf lessons will be given at 10:30 n. m., and a pot-luck luncheon will be served at noon. Hostesses arc Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. Joel Herbst. A blind bogey tournament will be played In the afternoon. Clans Breakfaat— The faculty members entertained the senior class of the Algon* high school at a breakfast at the Call State Park at 8r30, Saturday morning. Bridge Club— Mrs. M. G. Norton entertained ier bridge club members at her home. Thursday evening Mrs. Fred Kent received the high score prize. Bargain* in Special Blue Ribbon D»y Stoves Radios lee BoxesP Gamble Store rtl', frn t'!"( TiO It- 'tin BLUE RIBBON SPECIALS Soda Fountain Special Introducing James' Famous Fluffy Malted On Thursday only. we will give you a 5 Cent Coupon Free with every Famous Fluffy Malted Milk. This coupon good in trade at our fountain at any time. WALL PAPER Special \Ve will give you a new, crisp one dollar bill for each six dollar order <>f wall paper you give " s - As usual, wo furnish the wall paper paste FRKK with every order of wall paper. K. D. James Drug Store Af/JOXA, IOWA* BLUE RIBBON FURNITURE ECONOMIES For Blue Ribbon Day- also Friday and Saturday Blue Ribbon Values IN Living Room Suites }> !!{•"> two piece 1'ermalux Suite $)%.•)() two-piece modern Suite %\'21.~>U tWopiece Mohair Suite __. £7!).50 two-piece Figured Yelour '79.00 $ 59.50 25 Lamps Floor and Table Models CARPET-RUG Ru «' Many other odd aixe ._ BLUE RIBBON PEK FOSTER FURNITURE

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