The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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fha Algpfla tTpper DM Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 Ous Sjogren went to Roohestet Sunday for a check-up at the Mayo clinic.- Mrs,. Karl Mason of Jackson, Minn..* was an Algona business visitor, lltursday. Charles Frits, the Intenla1'4e+- antu *un, spent the week end wffii hli fafilly at Fort Dodge. nd Mrs. W. C.. Jensen spent ek .end as members of a ty at Spirit Lak*/ mbtrom and filch I*Iowa Falls spent the week end in, Spirit Lake on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMation spent Friday and Saturday In Cedar Rapids and Iowa City on \ business trl JOit Rising of Des Molnes tithe week end visiting her ntk, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Anton Krase, who lives In Algona .'And works on the St. Joe school, ''•pent the week end with relatives at New Ulm, Minn. Arnold Rvaxwell has oeen trans- Misbach's Blue Ribbon Specials For Thursday MEN'S DRESS White Shirts Regular $1.25 value 89c Men's Dress Shirts 2 for $1.00 Men's Work Shirts 39c Work Straw Hats 29c Sanforized both stripes Overalls and blucs $1.00 ferred from Dows to Emtnetsburg, where he Is employed. Mrs. Maxwell Is here In Algona. Irene Heller, who I* employed at the E. C. McMahon home, spent the week end a* a guest at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. Mehtar Falkenhalnet and Eugene Murtagh returned on Thursday from Kansas City where they attended a druggists' convention. Mr. and MM. W. A. Foster, Mrs. Lynn Keith, Gusta Winkle and Barbara Will drove to Primghar oh Friday evening, to visit Ma.y Foster. ....Margaret Shellmeyer of West Bend was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell. Mrs. Bell and Margaret are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxwell a{ Ea>'e Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harold LeVler of Sheridan, Iowa,, were week end guests at the home of Mrs. LeVler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall. Rev. and Mrs. P. 3, Braner and several families of their congregation attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at Burt, Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Schmltz nd son. Peter, of Storm Lake pent the week end visiting the arents of Mrs. Schmltz, Mr. and ATS. S. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Raamusson nd Mrs. S. W. Meyer spent the .reek end In Minneapolis attending he regional music contest, and (siting friends and relatives. Mrs. Chet Williams and Mm. F. R. Bandy and daughter, Jane, of Brltt will drive to Streator, III., for over Memorial day. Streator is he old home of Mrs. Williams. John Shlltd and Edith Francis of Minneapolis, will return to Minneapolis this week end following fl wo weeks visit with the former's iarents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Finn, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behlmer of Emmets- >urg were Sunday guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. James Craword at Whittemore. Mrs. Grace Blanchard and her istcr, Mrs. Agnes Cook of Fairmont, who is her guest, spent the Misbach Clothing Co. FOR BLUE RIBBON DAY 89e Sale * v. -v Enamel Ware Buy these regular $1.00 iteiiw in Ivory and Red, triple pouted euamelware at 89c each on Blue Itihhon Day. Stock up ou those puns youVe neglected. 5 Purpose Cooker or Rice Boilers 8 Qt. Kettle With Chorme Cover 6 Qt. Kettle With Chorme Cover 3 PC. Set Sauce Pans Straight sides, with handles. Set contains the following sizes. 1 qt., lYi qt. 2qt. 4 Qt Straight Sauce Pots With Cover 14 Qt. Oblong Dish Pans SPECIAL 5 s6am Brooms, 49c value Kohlhaas & Spllles Mr. and Mrs. M. Pre*cott and Mr. and Mtt. Don Hovey of Des Molnes-, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Robinson. Mrs. Prescott Is a sister of Mrs. Robinson. 'Mir. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and daughter, Sne, were In Des Molnes on business, Friday. Mrs. Hutchison's father, C. B. Murtagh, returned with them for the week end at his home here. Mrs. M*rl« RoMwafl left Sunday for a week's visit at the home of her son, H. R. Rosewall, at Blue Earth. Mrs. Rosewall's grandson, Donnle Cahlll of Iowa City, is also a visitor at the Rosewall home at Blue Earth. Phil Bergfleld will arrive home this week end to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergeflld. He Is a student at the Unlverstly of Iowa at Iowa City. Phil will be employed as lifeguard at the municipal swimming pool this summer. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell were the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bell of Palrfleld, his ' sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Snuggs of Mt. Pleasant, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell of Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Aulman and little daughter, Ruth Ann of Des Moines will arrive, Friday evening, to spend the night with Mrs. Aul- rrmn's mother, Mrs. Ella Laird. From here they will go to a house party at Lake Okobojl, and return to spend Memorial Day with Mrs. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver left Saturday morning for Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Merizel and son, Hugh. Mrs. Menzel will be remem- berde as Vesta Weaver. The Weavers plan to visit there about a week and go either to California or to Yellowstone National Park. They expect to be gone or about a month Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hargreaven and daughters, Patricia Kay and Betty Jean will arrive Wednesday for a visit of a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Dr. Hargreaves is the head surgeon in the Carazel hospital In the Canal Zone, Panama. Mrs. Hargreave* Is a niece of Mr. Sheehan. They will leave from here to visit relatives in the Twin Cities, and will make another visit at the Sheehan week end at Humboldt where they vlsted the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Blanchard. R. E. Hughes has been trans- erred to Algona from the Mason :ity McCormick-Deerlng office and will be In charge of dairy machinery sales. Mr. Hughes Is living at the Mrs. J. W. Sullivan home. Henry Johannsen, Jr., and his crew of workers are building a barn on the Leonard Thilges farm north of Hobarton, and also plan to erect a big barn on the Clarence Mawdsley farm near St. Benedict. Dorothy Bielefeld, R. N. of Cr<«co, Iowa, was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl The two women were formerly room mates In nurses' training at the Mercy hospital nt Mason City. Mr, and Mr». Clarence Morral S Friday evening from Pin* UanMota. wh«r* tt»»y own a cottage and had spent a weekc vacation. They were accompanies by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard of Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lowe will take their children, Dean and Joan, to Hampton, Saturday, where they wil meet Mrs. Lowe's sister. Mr». R H. Clawson, of Duluth, M'nn.. who will take the children home with her for a month's visit. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stehle plan to Icnvc Thursday for Washington. D. C.. where they will spend "pveral weeks visiting their two children Irmn is employed in the U. a. Treasury office and their son, Vornon, .Is a musician In the navy band. Etl«abeth Mergen spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen, near Whittemore. L. E. Robinson of Kansas City was a week end visitor at the home of his son and wife, Mr. and Mr?. T. L. Robinson. Dr. and MM. 3. O. F. Price drov«s to Omaha and are spending several days visiting at the homes of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Drach, and Col. and Mrs. Derrick. Evelyn Kuehenbecker WM a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. Evelyn, a sister of Mrs. Miller, Is principal of the Plover schools. Mrs. Walter Good returned on Thursday evening from Spirit Lake where she had visited her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Good, for several weeks. Kirs. L. 3. Dickinson has been visiting her sister, Mrs. F. E. V. Shore, and her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Call Dicknson at Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and home on their return home. Mrs. Elsie Cody received a telegram Saturday telling of the death Vanda Henderson, daughter of the ate Frank Henderson, and Mrs. Henderson at Pomona, California. iVanda had been In delicate health Ince childhood and it was hoped a hange in climate would benefit her when the family moved to Cal- fornia. She was born March 20. 916. Surviving are her mother and irother, Melvin. Frank Henderon died suddenly last December Ith. Council Oak Store Wed.-Thur*. Blue Ribbon Specials daughter, Shells, and Mrs. Sullivan's mother and sister, Mrs. Daniel Kelly and Mary Kelly enjoyed n week end at Lake Okobojl. Tac-Cut Coffee, per pound 24c Potato Stix, per can 8c Peanut Butter, O0 r 2 Ib. jar "•*• Marshmallows, 1 pound 12c White Grapes, 16 oz can Frute Gel, 6 pkgs 25c Wheat Cereal, per pkg. 13c Cookies, per pound Bofteless Veal Steaks, per Ib Neck Bones, 3 pounds — Tues. and Wed., May 24-26 Extended Run Technicolor Enrol Flynn "ADVENTURES OP ROBINHOOD" Thurs Thru Sat., May 26 28 TWO-OUNNED ADVENTURE, ACTION! Also serial "lane Ranger" Sun.-Mon.-Tues., May 29-30-31 2 Hits 2 College Bell* are , and College Bellet are They're Uaratnq Iholi A.&Ci from ^ ie«e 2d Feature Jack Holt in "Flight into Nowhere" GEORGE BURNS' 6RACIE ALIEN MARTHA RAYE BOB HOPE Special (or Blue Ribbon Day Tak - Home Sundaes each FRF F—^ no l^ n ^ °^ Sherbet free with 1 II d Li om ,j, quart of ieo r-ream sold Thursday and next Sunday, May 2J». Algona Ice Cream Shop North Tliorington - ," I*h 641) Blue Ribbon Day Only 6 High Grade \y JLt Occasional Chairs ' 2 °" T one to a customer $4.00 Samson Card Table $ O 00 $1.00 Coaster Sets ,.., .. ^jj $o.OO value *"*' Blue Ribbon Day Only, one to a enstomer Big Assortment Magazine Racks and Sewing Cabinets going at one to a customer UIIU IV-* tl V ll>~?l» '111 Richards ^__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^BBBaBBBBB^^HBISBSlH^BBBBBBBBBBMIHHM ion's FIRE is over and we are continuing to make the long term farm loans that TAILORED SUMMER SUITS For Men and Women New light weight samples from which to choose. Make your selection now. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over 3ome In and find how hundreds of farm owners In Kossuth county have saved so much Interest cost and reduced their Indebtedness through thir plan of farm financing. H. D. Hutchins, Sec-Treas. Algona Nat'l Farm Loan Association (Back in Old Location) Ovr Barry's Algnim, Town YOUR CAR ihoiild be ini.urcd; rind we are prepared to furnish nil forms of lulomobilu protection in sound reliable companies at lowest cost. Let's talk it over. H. D. Hutchins & E. H. Hutchins Over Barry's Algona, Iowa YOU CAN'T BEAT a Kossuth County farm for a home or an investment. We will be glad to help you find the farm you want to buy or assist In selling your farm. We have a number of farms for sale priced right. H. D. HUTCHINS, Real Estate Broker Over Barry's Algona, Iowa Three (jraces Offering a choice of three elegant engagement rings, each a different width, narrow, medium or wide. Each matching one wedding ring. Center diamond and 4 side diamonds i . engagement tings. 5 diamonds in wedding ring. Price $75 Thj Ptir .Read The Want Ads—It Pays RICHARDSON'S A. H. Borchardt Green, Watch** for For Blue Ribbon Day THURSDAY ONLY, MAY 26TH PEAS, No. lean 7 f or 25c FOLGER COFFEE . . . 2 Ib. can 53c FOLGER COFFEE . . . 5 Ib. cans 1.29 P. &G. GIANT BARS . . . 5forl9c JACK SPRAT SUGAR CORN doz. 98c 1 pkg. Granulated Super Suds 2 Giant Bars Crystal White 30c Value for 19c WHEATIES, pkg. lOc ANDERSON'S JACK SPBAT GROCERY Phone 346-347 We Deliver JUST UNPACKED Our Factory to Richardson's Do You Like To Look At Beautiful Furniture? Most everyone is interested in tilings that beautify the home and make it more liveable. If You Do, You Are Specially Invited To come to our big new show room west of the Court House and feast your eyes on the finest showing of lied Hooin Furniture in Northern Iowa. When Thinking of Anything for the Home, Come to North Iowa's Most Beautiful Furniture Store Shipment of Bedroom Furniture ;it carload prices itiul plat-oil on our floors to sell quickly at a real saving to you. Folks Drive 150 Miles To take advantage of friendly service. To save by our Low Prices To buy Furniture that is different rYoiu years of experience in dealing with i>ur t'ricmls in Kossuth and adjoining eoiinties they know what our money-hack guarantee means to them, and that we are not satisfied until oiu 1 customers are .vitislicil. RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO. "Where Furniture Sells For Less"

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