The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1938
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-Mr. and MM. W. A. Barry drore nJKi £'*' £ ridfty ' flnd *•» their daughter, Mrs. Roy Berrie . r • e"VTl!l Ckl J otlrne yed to Dea Moines, Friday, on a business trip '«.. - E - A. Genrlch were flsnernfen at Lost Island, Sunday •«n^M-* nd «» Mr8 Af 0el HertWt and M * and Mrs. Ro Christensen of Graet- Teddy and j o -.j o Herbgti gons of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, were guests at the A. M. Lemkee farm at Irvington, Monday. Tom Sherman continues Ms stay ta Rochester, where he Is going through the Mayo clinic following an illness of ten days or so His son, Richard, of Hollywood, is with him. Mr. and Mrs. I, M. Merrltt an,l *? "fhters, Betty and Dorothy DeMott drove to Madison. WIs. for the week end. Betty remained and will take music lessons tor throe weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hull returned, Thursday after visiting- since Sunday with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hull at Kellerton, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E Fierce at.Tingley. Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and two children, Sue and Teddy and Elizabeth Mergen, left Thursday for a week at Lake Okoboji. Theo. Hutchison, James Murtagh, and Esther Pratt spent Saturday and Sunday •with them. «* > i * M children, Gary and Barbara, Mr ™1m r r L 1, nd ' Ruth Lund and Ma colm Lund attended the annual pic n c at the Odd Fellows home, Maso City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Llcktel* an daughter, Marie, and Mrs. Larr Carter of Cresco were guests at th home of Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Kohl haas, Thursday. Mrs. Lickteig an Mrs. Kohlhaas are sisters. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman an u daughter, Joan, drove to LeMars Friday and spent the week end vis iting at the home of Dr. Hoffman' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Hoff man, and at the home of his sister Mrs. L. C. O'TooIe. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass of Strah an, Iowa, were week end guests o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs Roberts is their daughter. Anni Rose Bass, another daughter, re turned with them after spending three weeks visiting here. Eugene Murtagh left Thursday to spend the week end with his wife and daughter, Judy, at their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Murtagh and Judy had been there for the past .wo and a half weeks. They returned to their home here, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French and two children, Gordon. Jr., and Geraldine, returned to their home In Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday, following a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French, Harriett Setchell and Mr. and Mrs. Howard French of Titonka. 350PAIRSofRegularl Gorgeous styles In white, copper. Wheat Linen, Blue, Grey and« black. ALL SIZES li tk« r*i PARADISE—NATURAL POISE These .f (i.OO JIIH! .*(».S."i Fine Shoes, in black, navy, Itei-re, hmwii and white, all $ H<M in sale a 1 unlv Sun-Togs Sandals ('lever Sandals in white anil-colors. Lot sol'wen i 1 in these. Keduced to $ 1.49 pr. Odd Lots of Slippers Plenty of style in both voinen and children's, hut only a few sizes in each $ 1.00 DRESS SALE A complete Clearance of .spring and .summer silk dresses. Many colors—different fabrics—lots of sixes. All regular stock of .f}, .f(i, $H, $!()..% and .tl2.!*f> garments. All on sale at these reduced prices. 2.75 — 3.88 — 5.95 — 7.95 CARTWRIGHT JUNIORS These are undoubtedly the smartest dresses of all. Imported Lineii>. ~ .Silks, Sheers, si/.es 11 to 17 WASHABLE SUMMER DRESSES We made SOUK- exceptional purchases on They look like ,>'_'. !»S Barents. Printed Silks, plain Nub Cloths. Printed Silk Linen Voiles, QO »« 7 ° Swisses and the popular Black Shantungs all sixes Knee Hose Anklets Pure, silk long uearinu M">t all sixes in these. knee length hose, med- '-.'"^ "'' ( ;" l( "' s - i^nlar , l.)c and l!»c sox, while 111 colors ., , ., ' I lle\ la>t The Algona tfpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 12.1938 •Rev. George Vane*, Russel Buch anan, Brooks Potter, Donnie Smit Mary Lee Nugent. Burns Nugen Mary Jane Neville, Dick Palmer an George Dutton returned Sunday af er a week at the Congregation* Christina Endeavor Camp at Clea Lake. Rev. George was asslstan dean of the camp. Messrs. and Mesrtames Jerry Schutter, West Bend, and Georg Heetland and Hugh Lewis, Lakota were Fourth guests of the Tom E Daileys. George and Mrs. Schutte are sister and brother of Mr Dailey. The Daileys used to llv In the Lakota neighborhood an Tom followed his carpenter trad there. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Swenson an daughter, Iris of Chicago, and Mr and Mrs. L. Freeman of Evanston III., came last week Saturday an spent the Fourth at the Georg E. Johnson home. Iris remained fo a longer visit with her sister-lu law, Ella Mae Johnson Swenson Mrs. Freeman is Mrs. Johnson' sister. The Antone Johnsons returnee home, Wednesday evening, fron the Black Hills of South Dakota where they spent a few days. Mr Johnson reported good crops in the region through which he passed Vtr. and Mrs. Johnson went to the Black Hills with Mr. and ,Mrs. M G. Norton, who went on to the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders nnd Hr. and Mrs. D. N. Goeders got home Saturday night from visits since last week Thursday In and around Dubuque, the childhood lome of the elder Mr. Goeders. It lad been 60 years since Mr. Goedera had seen such of his boyhood chums 8 are left, but most of them remem- ered him. The Rev. Walter M. Walker and aughter of Phildelphia came Monay for a few days' visit at the home f the former's brother, Will F. Walker. From here they will go to Great Falls, Montana, where they vill visit another daughter. The ^ev. Walker retired from the min- stry two years ago and is now lect- ring part time in a college in Phila- elphia. F. T. Christensen, Oliver Chrlst- nsen. his son. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kleppe, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, and George Warrior, a!l of Ottosen, with Mr. and Mrs. Donald McBnln, Des Moines, had a picnic dinner Sunday at the O. T. Solberg's here. Mrs. Solberg is a daughter of F. T. Christensen and a sister of Oliver. The Solbergs formerly lived nt Ottosen. Mrs. Ted Larson niul daughter, Theodora. Melvin Miner nnd Mary Corinne Fleming of Whittemoro drove to Minneapolis. Thursday, to bring Theodora's friend. Virgin!i Rugby, to Algona for a visit. Sunday, Theodora and Maxine Larson, and Mary Corinne and Ruth Fleming took her to Mason City from where she went to her home at Northfleld, Minn. Virginia and Theodora are student nurses at St. Luke's hospital in Chicago. I use the Telephone to keep in touch with my friends -this brincjs me lots of pleasure" -says ff,is 7e/t/>Aone User The telephone brings friends together for visits and good times—it helps to save the time and expense of trips. By telephone you visit with neighbors . . . arrange church affairs, bridge parties, picnics , . . save trips in town and to farms and other towns. In an emergency such as fire, accident or sickness, one telephone call may be worth more than telephone service costs in a lifetime. If you don't have a telephone, stop at the telephone office for information about the service. Charles Kennedy stopped at the home of his sisters, Mrs. J. J Dooley, and Mrs. P. D. Dooley last week. Mr. and Mrs. W.-C. Irelan and daughter will leave for Bloomfield Friday, for a visit of several days with relatives. Vivian Bakken began clerking In a little store at a church camp at Clear Lake Saturday. She will be there three weeks. RBV. and Mrs. Stahmer and family of Fairvllle, were dinner guests on Thurday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Harold Falkpnhniner Is spending a few days at Eldora with her husband who is located there for the next few weeks. Pauline Van Horn, office nurse for Dr. P. V. Janse, is enjoying a ten day vacation visiting relatives in Mason City and Minnesota. Mrs. DeMande Lathrop is visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs. Florence Johnson at Humboldt. Mrs. Johnson has been in poor health. Mrs. Ralph Relmers nnd hvo daughters. Norma Lee and Maxine. of Whittemore were guests of Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, Bill rlilton and Melvin Miner lift on Saturday for a week's fishing trip at Black Duck Lake in northern Minnesota. F. E. Kent was called to Chicago, Monday, to attend a sales meeting of the Ford Motor Co. He was one of three invited from this state to he session. Iinelda Dooley, returned today Tuedsay) after a week's vacation pent visiting her brother and wife, Wr. and Mrs. Wm. Dooley at West Bend, Wis. Mrs. Maurice McMahon and llt- e daughter, Nancy, returned Sun- ay after a ten days' visit in Min- eapolis with her mother, Mrs. Elzabeth Mangan. Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Ringgenberg nd daughter, Emmagene. attend- d the funeral of the former's step- ister, Mrs. Harvey Trumble. at heldahl. Sunday. Dr. nnd .Mrs. L. W. Fox nnd son, illy Lee. spent Sunday at Spirit j ake as guests at the home of >. and Mrs. Wm. Scholten. The dies are sisters. C. S. Erlander of Minneapolis was n week end guest, at the home (if Mr. nnd Mrs. Russ Waller. Mr. Erlander is advertising manager m" the L. S. Donaldson Co. Mr. and .Airs. Albert Gramow. the former's sisters. Lillian ami Emma Dittmer, drove to Camp Dodge. Sunday, to visit the Granzow son, Boyd, who is camping there. The First Luthornn Luther League will meet on Wednesday eve- ring, at eight o'clock, at the'homo of Richard Sjogren. All members are urged to attend; a program has been planned. Sue Free is spending n few days with her grandmother. Mrs. George- Free. Her parents. Mr. and Mr.-i George Free. Jr.. of Garner, brought her over Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Free. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden returned Monday from Okobopi where they had spent the week end. Their children, Mary Elizabeth, Joan and Billy, remained and will come home Wednesday. .. J. Dickinson and daughter, Ruth Hunter, returned Saturday tr. their home here after spending some time at Washington. D. C, on business. They will leave for DIM Moines, Wednesday. .Mr. and .Mrs. Firm I.iilng, Firman. Robert and Jasqueline, and Max King, returned Sunday from Okoboji where they had spoilt ten (lays at a c-attase. Firm repi>rtei the blue sill li.-hing very good. Doiiim Dooley, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Dooley. left foi Berkeley. California, for the remainder of the summer, where she will visit her sister. Mrs. Harold Snick .Donna teaches a rural school near Sexton. Mr. and Mm. Andrew Omlfredson, Donna Jean Reeves and Lowell Samp were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp at Clear Lake. The family is enjoying several weeks at the Nita Isaacson collage at the lake. Sirs. C. DC Kruix of Sheldon, formerly Pauline Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner of Algona, entered Ihe hospital at Iowa City, where she will submit to a goitre operation. The little son, Jerry, will stay with his grandparents at Algona at this time. Mr. and Mr*. I'. A. Hanson iui.1 sons, Robert Louis and David Paul. will leave Wednesday for St. Paul. P. A. Danson. local attorney, will be at Fort Snelling for active duty as a reserve officer for the United .States army, and will have charge of boy's training at the camp. \V. V. Hutler of Ihe Hen Frank- tin store is sutfenn^ with an infection on his right arm. He had a small scr.itch tin the unn. but thought it of no i onsemicm e tin;.! the arm started, to swell. The infected area has been lancet) an I j it is hoped the arm is on the men.I. .Mr. untl Mr*. Kuliert Siniimtifii "f Uca-.'t linger, and Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan were guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Beit Dial. Sunday evening. The Simon .:.-,- -, ami Mrs. Morlan had been visiting relatives in Indiana, and were returning to their home. Mrs. EljiMbe'h Morlan remained for a visit at the Deal home. iicrnadfttf Kurliurus of Ann Arbor. Mi' higan. arrived .Saturday for a week's visit at the home of he: her sisters, Mrs. W. J. Payne. a:id Mrs. John BeUer. She is cnjuv- ii'.u a months' vacation from St. Joseph's hospital, and has been visiting another sister. Mrs. F. K. Hobbs at Mimuapolis. trier..I. M. Oeconih. and Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Homer Saliiu of Kalian lia visited last week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. B I'annkuk. The P.umkuk son.-, Louis. Edward and Henry of Hurt were al.-o guests at the'A. B. Pannkuk home Sunday. Homer Subin took his wife home. Sunday, and Helen | Piiiikuk returned for a visit at the I homo of her sister in Kaiur.vha. j At the close of the tag sale, lu>l>l I on Saturday in the interest of the ! Jow.i Children's Home S.jeiety. Mr-. '• E C. NfcMiiliuii. who hail charge ol Mile undertaking, rej.oit.-. that Bon: nie Bonar was entitled to the j prize, having .-et ured s7 hii. Th-i --e. oiid priie was won by Jean IThoipe. who had ST.-16. The tliiiu j winner. Joyce Potter, had Jti.s.'i. j Mary McUuire won fourth witii j Jij.lJ and Marilyn Fuller lifth with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillmnn and daughters, Ann and Marcia, picnicked at Boone, Sunday. Glen Nielsen Is having a week of vacation from the Foster Furniture store where he is employed. Dorothea Fandel of Whittomorc visited her cousins, Lula and Mabel Kohl, £rom Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. P. V. Janse and daughter, Mrs. Harold T. Miller drove to Fort Dodge. Friday, on a business trip. Robert Cooper of Ames has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles for the past two weeks. E. O. Doad of Parker, South Dakota, arrived Saturday for a visit with his daughter. Mrs. R W Caldwell. Maurlne McCullough is 111 at her home. She hns been unable to bent work at the Chrischilles store since Friday. William Ferguson plans to loavi> Wednesday for Washington. D. C.. iftcr ten days' vacation at the home of his mother. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rruner of Des Moines were week end gueMs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mnrt Weaver. Mrs. Bruner is a sister of Mr. Weaver. Mrs. Lillian Tallman nf Evanttnn. 111., will leave Wednesday to return to her home after a month's visit at the home of her sister. Mrs. May Harris. Mrs. Howard Vlnton and Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising spent Friday evening as guests of Mrs. Rising's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spies were guests of Mrs. Spies' brothers, Lcighton nnd Lawrence Misbach. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Spios live in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard drove to Winnebago. Minn., Sunday, nivl visited at the home of Mrs.'Barnard's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman. Mrs. Barnard's sister. Grace Van Arnnm, returned with them for a visit nt the Barnard home. REPAIRS ALTERATIONS ti 12 Look in your closet and HOO how many garments are useless because they need some minor repair or alterations. Bring them in and let us put them in wearable condition. Clopton, the Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Baseball Algoiin Brownies VS. < oloroil All Stars Thursday Night, July 14 ALGONA BASEBALL PARK One of the most exciting a-ames of the season. You won't want to miss it. Admission: Adults 40c; children lOc ere Are VALUES That II SCORE A HIT with Shoppers \ Lnrji'c, Complete Stock to ('hoose from—You kno\v the Duality ofCSoods We Handle; The Values are Sell'-Kvident March of Progress Queen Coupons Given at The Hub With all Purchases PAJAMAS Smart new style* for lounging and 'ilet'piug for men who like cumfoit. Men's Broadcloth Shorts, sizes 32-42 12c Men's and Boys' White Sport Belts _ _ _ 15c Boys' Cowboy Waist Overalls, sanforized 79c Men's Waist Overalls, blue or stripe _ _98c i Wash Slacks, $ 1.95 quality, reduced to $1.49 Men's Combed Ribbed Undershirts 19c Grey Covert Work Pants .. 99c Boys' Blue Chambray Work Shirts 33c Men's Sizes Work Shirts, light weight 39c (Mean l T p Bargains in WHITE and SPORT OXFORDS i All stock included i $2 $2.25 Oxfords $1.59 $3 $3.50 Oxfords $1.98 $4-$4.50 Oxfords $2.59 Freeman $5 $6.00 Oxfords $3.39 Men's Knit Athletic Union Suits, Mutton OQ/» *shoiider, sixes :!ti-:!S- K) and ll' onlv «KfC 69c SHIRTS One liu-j-t v.i "Up ot Fniicy I'ro,ul- cloth Dress Shirts Reduced Trices on All SWIM TRUNKS •Janl/en's .f'J.It.'i urade 1.98 si. I-'. All Wool Swim Trunks 98c -Men's HrS.xrSS ,-ijnare Alli- letic 1'nion Suits. ti!)c value. Huh Special at THAT SHELL! Only Wolvcrln* Shell Horxhld* Work Sho» HIV* Thlc 3-Ply Leather In Both Soles and Upper*. Soft and Pliable. Uk« Moccaeln*. Wear Month* Looser H L 0 :Kr OVERALL WOLVERINE SHEU. HOBSEHIPE WOttK SHOES LKK $1 on oV'l-'f.- \i i < l.«Kr s MX. 1 )ciii 111 S Rir "QA" ] OlVJ «JV !ai';i.{u;itc«l nist|,i'.H.n.iii- inn>. hliic iii- >irijtr, sixes in 7)'i 1.10 All l.cathe:- WORK SHOES 2.50 Values 1.98 THE HUB CLOTHIERS 1>—\VILLI AMS-liKYX(>U>S | >W ^WWVSAV*A^^

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