The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1938
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the Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1938 rl rr/\f*n,K>j\f\t»i JiJ^|J\ Final Closeout of Beach wear JSlacks—Farmerettes Shorts—Sport Skirts etc., all at ONE-HAUF- PRICE Sizes are children's 8 to 16, adles 14 to 20. Play Suits Kresensky's B**~~* IN OUR JULY CLEARANCE Prices on Summer Apparel take another drop at KRESENSKY'S SUMMER SANDALS White, Blue and White, Navy and Maroon San-Ial». Both ladies' and children's sizes. Regular $1.75 values at LINEN DRESSES Fine Lnen Dresses, Printed, Hand-Blocked, and plain. Ib-guUir $3.25 and $3.98 garments at 98 SMART HATS Hal* In a Clearance Day—White—natural straws and colors at i_ 50 40 SILK DRESSES Silk Dresses, sold regular for $3.99 to $6.00, sizes 14 to 42, on sale at WHITE SHOES White Shoes—$3.50. $4.00 and $5.00 shoes, all sizes, but not all sizes in every style at only HOUSE COATS House Coats, regular $1.98 values, some $2.98, sizes 10 to 20, now each 1 1. 98 44 COTTON DRESSES Cotton Dresses in Voiles, Prints, Organic, Embroidery, fcJrush and many others. Regular $1.00, $1.29 and $1.98 dresses in this group. $ 1 LUTHERAN LADIES ELECT OFFICERS Whlttemore: The Lutheran Ladies Aid held Its monthly meeting and social In the school hall Thursday afternoon. Election of officers was held resulting as follows: membership committee, Mesdames Wm. Lauck, Art Heidenwith and George Schulz; visiting committee for the sick, Mesdames Victor Dau, Archie Volgt, August Mlelke and Chris Meyer; flower committee, Miss Adels^Bell and Mrs. Harry Helmke; work committee, Mesdames Ervin Struecker, Fred Bierstedt and Louis Braatz; entertainment committee, Mesdames Henry Lauck and Geo. Meyer. Those on the serving list for next month are Mesdames L. H. Peril, Chris Meyer, August Mielke and Carl Ostwald. Celebrate 40th Annlversry Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker of here attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker at Algona Wednesday evening. John S. Cullen and Rudolph Halm were in Mason City Friday on business. Jack Farrel and Pat and Helen Farrell returned home Friday after a two weeks tour of the west. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cole and family of Cedar Falls, spent the week end at the J. S. Cullen home here. Miss Ava Simpson, Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and Mrs. Ralph Relmers and two daughters were Saturday shoppers in Mason City. A family dinner was served at the Algona Country Club Wednesday evening followed by a social evening at the Walker home on North Wooster Street. Seven children were born to this union, all of, whom were present on Wednesday. The children presented their parents with an overstuffed chair and ottoman. Ed Mericale and son, James of Thornton, WIs.. spent Wednesday evening and part of Thursday at tha Henry Schultz home. The Merlcales formerly lived here. Wayne Meyer, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ateycr of Algona and Myrtle Barber who is employed at the Aleyer home spent Sunday at the William Meyer home in Whittemore. Air. and Mrs. Will Lauck were at Lotts Creek Sunday where they were sponsors for Barbara Kathryn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth who was baptized Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker were married in Whittemore and farmed near here untl two and one-half years ago when they retired from the farm and moved Into their new home. Inspect Cyclone Damage to Farm Area, Minnesota Ledyard: George Hagge and his daughter, Alice, were called to Walnut Grove, Minn., Tuesday. A cyclone had hit that vicinity and had done considerable damage to the farm of which Mr. Hagge has charge as administrator of the Dauman estate. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris were Swea City callers on last Tuesday. The Edward Haggs of Buffalo Center spent several days this past week at the George Hagge home. Mrs. Sam Link and daughter of Swea City visited Tuesday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lars Skaar. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jensen of Buffalo Center visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke Thursday. Alfred Barslou and Wm. Groen returned Thursday from a short trip to Denver, Colorado, where they visited home. at the Raymond Barslou CARTWRIGHT DRESSES Curtwright print dresses ^J sizes ll to 17, all now ut 25% off. 25% Reduction SUMMER SUITS Summer Suits of Linena and Sharks skin and cool «pun cloth. Regular $2.99 to {10.95 PRICE FINE FOOTWEAR Fine Footwear. All "Paradise", "Natural Poise", "Connie," or "Jacqueline" Shoes— either White, Black or colors. Regular $5 to $7.50 values at 3 85 50 DRESSES Dresses-— Laces—Sheers —Crepes— linens- Printed Silks—Hopsacking. Some of the season's smartest dresses are included in this group. All sold regular for $6, $8 and $9. Sizes 12 to f>3 3 85 Patricia Matern, Zelda Long to be Demonstration Team Irvington: Miss Patricia Matern and Miss Zelda Long have been selected by the 4-H Cresco Chums girls' club to be their demonstration team for the county-wide Achievement Day. The girls, accompanied by their leader, Mrs. Ralph Brown, attended a demonstration school at the public library in Algona last Saturday for the clubs of the south half of Kossuth county, Joe Metille has been 111 at his home the past week with a cold and sore throat. Airs. Althea Thornton of Livermore was here last week visiting friends and relatives. Airs. Jessie Schmidt of Ruthven visited last week with her parents, Air. and Airs. Ray Fitch. Air. nnd Airs. Perry Phillips motored to Spencer last Sunday to attend a birthday dinner for Airs. A. P. Nelson. Airs. Alice Duryca returned home last week after an extended visit with her daughter, Airs. Elmer Dye at Alason City. The Cresco Embroidery club entertained all of the children of the club members at a party last Wednesday afternoon at the Call State Park. Raymond Lund of Algona and Henry Scheppman were assisting with harvesting at the Sim Leigha last week. Paul Watson was at the M. L. Roneys and A. D. Headley was employed by Edward Mawd sley. Several from here attended the funeral of Harvey Alathews at A!- gona a week ago Tuesday in Algona. In 1U02 the Mathews family moved to Irvington from Illinois and resided on the old Lambertson place west of Irvington. Air. and Airs. Hugh Raney, Mr. and Airs. Elmer Potter and Air. and Airs, Ray Fitch were among those from here who attended a family gathering ut Uritt last Sunday honoring relatives from Owutonna, Alinn., who were visiting there for that day. Air. and Airs. Emanuel Boales and grandson of Clinton, Minn., were visiting friends and relatives in tills community last week. Aluny years ago the Boales family farmed in Cresco township. Mrs. BouleV son, Charles Voorhees, is now living In Lynnwood, Calif., where he has a position as night watchman. Buy New Combine Irvington: Carl Hutchins and son, Carol have purchased a combine outfit for threshing which was delivered the first of the week. They plan on doing outside work after their own harvesting is completed. Mrs. Skaar and Sidney have been visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. M. Tokheim at Armstrong. Shirley Tokheim returned with her to visit for several days. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson have received word that their son, Kenneth, who has been seriously ill with a throat Infection, is much improved and able to be up and around again. Kenneth Is continuing work in Sioux City this aum- mer. Mrs. Howard Mayne and Wallace, Mrs. Frank Kelly and John Mntzen- er drove to Eagle Grove on Thursday to spend the day with Mrs. Jenks and Grandma Niester. Mrs. Niester Is not very well this summer, but is up and around some and Is planning to go and visit her sister at Yale when she is able. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson drove to Wesley, Thompson and Forest City on last Tuesday. MM. Thompson is a district officer in the Auxiliary of the Rural Carriers Association and was looking after business pertaining to the stats convention of the carriers and auxiliary which will be held at Spencer next week. ST. JOE NEWS Mary Jane and Cletua Reding from Whittemore are visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Thul and Eileen from Algona were last Sunday callers at the John Thul home here. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bormann was baptized Francis Mathiaa last week Friday. Sponsors were Josephine Sondtr- man and Mathias Bormann. Relatives received word here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert of. Algona on Sunday, July 10th. The Elberts have one other child, a boy. Mrs. Elbert will be better remembered as Olivia Gales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales of here. P. L STAINBROOK AT CONVENTION Burt: P. L. Stainbrook left Saturday for LaFayette, Ind., where he will attend n Mid-West Farm Bureau convention being held there. Eleven states are included In the mid-west section, which will be represented In the convention. Members of the Fortnightly club were entertained nt the home of a former member, Mrs. C. F. Whalen near Lakota Friday atfernoon The Sewing circle met with Mrs. J. P. Stow Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. E. Paine and her daughter, Mrs, George Schenck of California were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstcnsen Wlnterset, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Stlnbrook, making the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Karen Lee. The Ora Olloms, St. Paul, spent on hour or so Friday morning at the Herman Putz home. They left their son, Bobbie, for a few days' visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Putz. The Lutheran Aid society met on Thursday afternoon in the church basement with Airs. Emil Haasc as hostess. The Walther League met the same evening with Helen Atay and George Hanna entertaining. J. K. Hansen, who has been seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital in Algona since Saturday, was brought home by ambulance Friday. Helen Schwletert is helping care for him at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. H. Schenck. Roy Anderson, who works for J. W. Dorrance, had a gash cut in his cheek Wednesday afternoon, when the crank of the tractor, which he was attempting to start, flew off and struck him. He was given an Injection to prevent lock-jaw and was unable to work for a day or two. Air. and Airs. R. F. Hawcott nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Madden, Spokane, Wash., who had been spending a few days at the Hawcott home, were supper guests Thursday evening at the Martin Jensen home in Algona. Air. and Airs. Madden viu- ited until Saturday at the Jenson home and then left for Nebraska to visit other relatives. They will also visit in California, before returning to their home in Spokane. Air. Aladden is Mrs. Hawcott's brother and Airs. Jensen's untie. WILL FAMILY REUNION HELD Union: A reunion of the Henry Will family and relatives was held recently at Interlaken. Those attending were Mrs. Henry Will (Grandma Will) of Algonu; Fred Will and family, Rudolph Will and family of Union township; Mr. and Mrs. Updegraf and daughter of Winnebago, Minn., (Mrs. Updegraf was formerly Emma Will); Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will and son of Lolta Creek; Mrs. Rose Loper (Rose Willi and daughter of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. August Will and three children. Winnebago, Minn. A picnic dinner was enjoyed nt mid-day. Wind, Kuiu, Little Damage The ruin of last Friday was welcomed for gardens and flowers but struck the farmer in the midst of harvest. It was accompanied by u wind but did little damage to the grain. the Margaret Jenkinson has whooping cough ut this time Mrs. Minnie Dearchs and daughter, Lois, were guests last Friday of Mrs. Earl Taylor. Mury Guch is visiting relatives in South Dakota and plans to stay most of the summer. The OJaf Romstad house neur the Black Cat has recently been improved by receiving a coat of paint. Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Ranney, Elk River, Minn., visited a few days recently at the Bert Mariow home. Mrs. Raniiey ia a sister of Mrs. Marlow. EVELYN WICKMAN WEST BEND, WEDS West Bend: Miss Evelyn Wickman was united in marriage to V. R. Jensen of Pocahontas at Spencer, July 9. The bride was attended by Charlene Alunson. The couple returned to West Bend that evening and are at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wlckman. The bride is a graduate of the Rodman high school and attended Iowa State Teachers College. Airs. Jeanne Simmons is spending- some time nt the home of her sister, Mrs. George Pearson near Bancroft. ATrs. H. J. Needing has been suffering from an infected tooth this past week. She is some better nt this time. Mrs. Sophus Jensen of Rolfe is visiting with her daughter, Marian, who has been ill at the home of Air. and Mrs. H. M. Alantz. Air. nnd Airs. Myron Boos and Byron spent Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Airs A. D. deal, at Rolfe. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley drove to Livermore Wednesday evening and spent the evening at the home of their brother, Charles Riley. Blanch Stover and her undo, Chas. Stover of St. Paul, spent Wednesday afternoon at Humboldt, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Green. Mr. Stover left for St. Paul, Thursday. Mrs. N. J. Peterson fell at her home and had the misfortune to sprain the ligaments in her leg. She has been walking with crutches and will be compelled to use them for some time to come. ' The H. H. club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Percy Stone Friday afternoon, the occasion being her birthday. A picnic lunch was served after an afternoon spent in a social way. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Glvens returned Friday from a fishing trip In northern Alinncsota. Dr. Givcnj sent some of the fish he caught home to Frank Alikes to put in his refrigerator in the meat market. Mrs. Axel Hansen spent a few days the past week at the home ot her sister, Atrs. Leslie Smith and family near Rochester, Minn. She also spent a day with her daughter, Juanita, who is taking nurses' training in a Minneapolis hospital. The Presbyterian Missionary society entertained nt a one-thirty luncheon in the church dining room. The guests were seated at five tables which had garden ilowers as centerpieces. After the luncheon a program was enjoyed in the church auditorium with Airs. Vohs In charge as follows: piano solos by Harriet Lockwood; two songs, "Love's Old Sweet Song" and "In the Gloaming" by Ruth and Esther Needing and Harriet Lockwood. The speaker was Mrs. O. H. Frerking of Lakotn? who gave a very Interesting talk on missionaries and their work. Has Heart Attack In Beauty Parlor Sexton: Mrs. Glen Zwiefel suffered a heart attack Monday Jn an Algona beauty shop, where she had gone to get a permanent. She was taken to her home nenr here and is improving at this writing. Mrs. Irvy Benson spent Thursday with friends at Buffalo Center, their former home. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Olsen. Sr., and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Taylor returned Tuesday night from Horseshoe Lake, Minn., where they hn>l been since Saturday on a fishing trip. A home project meeting was held Thursday nt the home of Mrs. Join Florn. Each lady present pnve n hint for a threshers' men). Following this n surprise shower wns held for Mrs. Herman Wise, one of the project lenders. Mrs. Irvy Benson entertained ru dinner Wednesday in honor of her niece, Mrs. Lloyd Keith nnd son, Allen of Los Angeles. Guests weie Mrs. Keith nnd Allen, Mrs. Sndio 'avnnnugh. Mrs. Jnmes Allen nnd sons and Mary Elizabeth Van Allen of Algona. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Mr. and Mrs. Cheter Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh and their daughter, Delores and Edith Greenfield spent Thursday evening ut Clear Lake. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loos or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 33-tf Still On Men's Suit Sale Is still on. No way of stopping it. Every hour of the dny there nre men fitting on suits. Seventy more suits arrived today. This cleans the house of all they had and nil I will ever be able to buy nt that price. A deal like this only happens once in a lifetime. It is not often that you can buy n $2500 to $30.00 suit for $12.50, Now is the time. Come on in. the water is fine. Everybody is doing it and the fart that everybody is buying them proves (hat they are real values. A late buy of men's $3.00 nnd J4.00 gray nxfnnls just ai rived. We will mnke short work of them, for out they go nt $1.98. I was in St. Paul last Thursday and picked up some wonderful close-outs in children's dresses, children's nnd Misses' slacks, sport shirts, slips, handkerchiefs, hose and ninny other nrticles nt reduced prices. They just arrived todny nnd will be on sale nt bargain prices as soon ns we get them out of the boxes. 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