The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1938 · Page 5
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St. John Walther League Had Meeting Fenton: Tta? Walther League of St John's Lntheran church met Thursday evening:, July r, in the church parlor*. Topic study for the '" of Your U « by the Rev. Kabelltz Business for the evening conslst- * d ° f , « discussion and voting on passed meeting. . , K It was also de- to have a wiener roast at the The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1938 next social meeting, July 21. This will be held on the lawn on the Herman Dreyer farm. It Is expected that all leaguers will attend and make this a successful evening. Hostesses for the evening were Maxine and Valerian Jentz. Jo Hackman Has Party Irvlngton: Little Jana Hackman, one year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Jr., entertained a number of her friends at a birthday party last Saturday afternoon at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Sr., honoring her first birthday. July Savings On Now is the time to get substantial savings on your farm needs. Prices have been lowered on our entire stock of machinery for this gigantic event All the well known makes at prices you will not be able to duplicate. TRACTORS Two McCormlck-Deering 10-20 Tractors Two McCormick-Deerlng F-12 Tractor* Two McCormlck-Deering F-20 Tractors Tw* McCormlck-Deering 15-80 Tractor* One Farm-All Tractor MACHINERY Sandwich Grain Elevator with h. p. John Deere 10 ft tractor grain binder, good condition Good McCormlck-Deering Manure Spreader Two McCormick-Deering 3-bottom 14" tractor plows 8 horsepower Can Engine John Deere Hay Loader Deering 5 Ft. Mower McCormick-Deerlng vertical type corn binder with conveyor bundle carrier and tongue truck. F-12 Cultivator F-30 Cultivator • TRUCKS •29 Ford Model A Tudor '33 Ford 1H T. LWB truck with grain box '85 Ford LWB truck, new rear tires •S3 Chevrolet LWB l!i T. Truck McCormick-Deering Store Phone 52 E. State Street There's no need for you to worry and fret About dessert when it's so easy to get Completely delicious, really tuste-thrilling. Delightfully rich, yet not too filling, Filled with choicest pecans, butter-toasted, too, A rare, special treat that will credit you With great art In planning true taste-delight— Try Butter Toasted Pecan Ice Cream tonight. Butter toasted Pecan A happy choice of those who ap- 5 preciute artful blending of pure, rich Ice cream with line flavored, tasty morsels of select, butter-toasted, crisped pecan meats. Ice Cream Contains more tasty, toasted pecans than any >ther ice cream made. Made Fresh Daily at u LUSBY'S AAAAM Mrs. Ethel Pryer of Grand Rapids Michigan, came Sunday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Casey t«*i and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt left Sunday for a week's outing In northern Minnesota. M. H. Doherty, local representative of the Heinz products, attended a sales convention at Des Moines during the week end. Mrs. G. D. Walrath and daughter, Jean, left Saturday for Rochester, where Jean will have her eyes taken care of at the clinic. Mrs, A. E. Michel visited her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pickford at their home in Mason City from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. W. P. French and son, Donnie, visited Mrs. French's sisters, Mrs. W. P. qark and Mrs. L. A. Trow at Lauiehs last week. Iris Swenscn returned to her home in Chicago, Friday, after visiting with her sister-in-law. Mrs. Everett Swensen for the weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and two sons returned to their home in Sioux City after a visit here with Mrs. Aalfs' parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Bailey and other Algona relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrlch otok the Genrich son 15 Camp Foster at Lake Okoboji, Sunday, and spent the day there. Howard will be at camp for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schlmo of Fertile, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain. Mrs. Schlmo will be remembered as Estelle Arnold, who taught here in the Algona schools. Call Dickinson, Jr., arrived from Des Moines Saturday evening, accompanying his grandfather, L. J. Dickinson and aunt, Mrs. Ruth Hunter, for a week's visit at the Dickinson home here. H. E. Rlst and daughter, Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and her daughter, Ann, d;ove to Clear Lake Sunday to see Mrs. H. E. Rist, who is enjoying a week at the W. C. Dewel cottage with a group of women. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle and twins, Jack and Jill, visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson at Ogden. and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fairchild and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hcdbloom, at Boonc, Sunday. The women are sisters. .Mrs. A. E. G rooter-, and children, James and Carol, will leave Friday for northern Michigan and Canada, where they will visit ths former's father, Wm. DcWitt. and other relatives. They expect to be gone three or four weeks. .Mary Thompson of Esthervlllc Is :\ guest at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller at their home here. She arrived Saturday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, who were on their way to Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray of Belmond were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Dutton. Helen Zittritsch. who is employed at the local Metropolitan Insurance office, returned with them for a weeks' vacation visit. Julia Bourne, left for New York City, Friday, after a two weeks' vacation visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, and her brother aii(i wife. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Julia is the home economics editor of the American Home Magazine. Mr. and .Mr*. II. W. .Miller took their guest, Leomi Miller, to her home at Mnpleton, Minn., Wednesday evening, after a ten day visit at the Miller home. Leona, n sister of H. W. Miller, teaches English in the high school at New Salem, North Dakota. Bernard Kuckrnbeckrr of O\vu- tonnu, Minnesota, was a house guest at the home of his sister and broth- e4-in-|aw, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, from Wednesday until Saturday. Bernard is employed by the Josten Manufacturing Company at Owatonna. Ruth Hiukflu* left for Council Bluffs, Thursday morning, after a week as guest at the John Dutton and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz homes. Ruth is a student nurse at the Jennie Edmundsen hospital at Council Bluffs and upon her return will enter her second year of training. Council Oak Store WED SPECIALS TaciCut Coffee, AJ '2 pounds "1C Apricots, No. 1 ran Shrimp, Superb _ I f eTea - 2',-ox.jnr Ripe Olives, 41 •> oZS. Peanut Krush, Ki Powdered Sugar 2 pounds Camay Soap, per cake P. & G. Soap •5 bars "Cookies, fancy, 2 pounds Pork Liver, per pound Bacon, sliced, 1/4 11>. pkg. ._. Club Franks, per pound Mrs. Forest Twogood is confined to her bed with the mumps. Ruth Fleming of Whlttemore spent last week as a guest of Maxine Larson. Mr. anfl Mrs. Ole Allison drove to Fairmont, Minn., Thursday, on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas and sons, John and Tom, are spending two weeks at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and family drove to Okobojl Sunday, and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish motored to Clear Lake Sunday for the day. F. L,. Driver was taken to the hospital at Fort Dodge. Wednesday, where he underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and son. James, spent Frioay in Des Moines on a business and pleasure trip. John Belser drove to Minneapolis past two Saturday after Mrs. Beiser, who had been visiting there with her sister the past five weeks. Mrs. G. D. Brundage arrived home Saturday after spending ten days with her husband In Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma. Betty Edge of Mitchell, South Dakota, arrived Sunday to accompany a group of her girl friends on a week's outing at a cottage at Clear Lake. Evelyn Smith was a week end visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Evelyn is studying at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Fred Clarke, Fargo, North Dakota, spent Friday and Saturday visiting at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. S. Johnson and attending to business matters. Darrell Adams of Cedar Falls was a guest Friday night at the Dennis Pratt home. Saturday morning, Darrell and Lloyd Pratt left for a week end tour of Wisconsin. Dickie Bell, year and a half old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell, fa visiting this week with his great uncle and great aunt. Mr. and Mr*. Irvin Shellmcycr at West Bend. Mary McClellan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McClellan of Lu- Verne, is visiting at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Glen Raney. Mary is taking nurse's training at Davenport. Mrs. Fred Zclgler and son, WIII- ard, left Monday to visit the former's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Gaines. Willard will return after a week, but Mrs. Zeiglcr will remain for a longer visit. Mr. and .Mrs. Barton drove to Spencer, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Barton's sister, Mrs. J. R. Cook of Webb who is ill in the Spencer hospital, and Is suffering from inflammatory rheumatism. Mrs. Lee Homburklr and children, Hazel and Harold, of Draper. South Dakota, came last week for a two weeks' vacation at the home of the former's father, Joseph Beiser, and family. Mrs. Sally Kranz has returned from California where she had been visiting her son, Ervin Kranz, since January, and Is now making her home with her daughter, Mrs. T H. Chrischillcs. .Mr. und .Mrs. M. B. Read ami bubv daughter, Patty, were guests of Mi. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Thur ,day evening. The Reeds live in lown Falls, and Mr. Keccj is Mi.i. Beamish'* brother. J. F. MHiiined and .Mrs. A. If. Koplan of St. Paul. Minn., visited at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Jo<: Bloom during the past week. Mr. Melamed i.-i Mrs. Bloom's father, and Mrs. Koplan is her sister. .Mrs. Harvey \\aiK\\orth returned to her home in Denver. Colorado, on Saturday morning, after six weeks in Algona attending to business mutters and visiting her sister, Margaret Uofmaster, and other Algona friends. Jack and Jill Clupnaddle returned Wednesday from Burt, where they had been visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. They are the twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mr. H. D Clapsaddle H. X. Kru»e left Monday morning for Iowa Falls, to attend the Baptist assembly for 12 days, Mr. Kruse is the state treasurer for the assembly. A number of A&ona members of the local Baptist church expect to attend. Wayne HrudnVId of St. Charle*, Minn., spent the week end here and took his wife and daughter, Patty home with him. They hud been here visiting with Mrs. Bradfield'* mother, Mrs. Julia Benson, for tne past two weeks. Mr. and -Mrs. Hc-rnmn Christy of Atlantic were guests the tirst of the week at the home of the Jatter's sister, Mrs. Marvin Duherly. They were enroute home from Canada. where they spent their vacation and caught some nice fish. Mr. und Alr». \\ultcr Hutton of DI-S Moines were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom last week Tuesday night. The Huttons were on their way to Long Luke. Minn., on a vacation trip. The women are sisters. Mr. und Mr*. Arnie Hon>ford of Fort Dodge stopped Sunday un-J visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Hor>ford were on their way to Minneapolis, where they will spend their vacation. Mr. und .Mrs. lljelmer BjHIuml and daughter, Lorraine of Klmore Minn., spent Wednesday and Thursday us guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison. While here Lorraine hud her tonsils removi-d. Mr. and Mrs. Bjvllund were former Algona residents. Kubrllf Greenbcrg returned from a trip of several weeks in Montreal Canada, and to Chicago where she visited relatives. She Itfl again Friday to be gone for two weeks on u rushing tour for the Sigma Delta sorority of which she is a member ul the University of Iowa ut Iowa City. Mr*. Minnie Long, uuii Junior and daughter. Mrs. Wallace Clow arrived here Wednesday night. Mrs. Lon« had been visiting- Mrs. Clow ut Coldwater, Michigan, uiiti they were culled to Chicago by the death of Mrs. Long's mother. Mrs. Louis Miller, who died. Friday, July 7. Mm. Clow accompanied her mother home and will visit here for two weeks. Mr, and .Mm. Don Miller spen Sunday with relatives in Nev Hampton. Mirs. Manuel Boats of Clinton Minnesota, visited old firends her this week. William Henry of Oskaloosa, Iowa is visiting at the home of his sister Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, this week Josephine Mlllln of Omaha is a guest of her sister, Mrs. W, T Daughan. She will be here two weeks. The Brownell family leaves thl- week for Pine River, Minnesota where they will vacation at their cottage at Lake Hattie. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements were vacationing from Sunday until Thursday of last week at Leech Lake, where they caught some nicn fish. ' John Ijirsnn and his mother, Mrs. Nels Larson, spent Sunday at Granada, Minn., where they visited their sister and daughter, Mrs. Louis Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Lane of Galesburg, Illinois, visited from Wednesday until Saturday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lane. A Royal Neighbor picnic will be held July 26th at Call State Park. All wishing a ride, please call 293. Members will bring a covered dish and their own dishes. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and :hree daughters drove to Albert Lea, Minnesota, for a week end with Mrs. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen and other relatives. Mrs. Aggie Knapp returned on Thursday from Mason City where she had spent a few days with her son, Harry Knapp and friends. The Harry Knapp family brought her home. Rose Lampl of Pocahontaa Is the new clerk at the Chrischllles store. Miss Lampl is an experienced cor- setiere, and will have charge of the corset department of the store. She will take a post graduate course in Chicago this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau left Thursday for a two weeks' vacation trip to Yellowstone Park, and for a visit with relatives at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mr. Dau took his movie camera along and will take pictures during the entire trip. Frank Zender and his children, Gertrude, Pauline and Eugene, left Monday for LaCrosse, Wisconsin where they will spend a week with another daughter, Mrs. Paul Hammil and her husband. Frank Is taking his vacation from the Zendor store. .Mr. and Mrs, Robert Richardson left Saturday for Iowa Falls where Bob has a position at the Wilbur Funeral home. The home Is a thirty-two room structure, and the Richnrdsons will have an apartment there. The new job means a nice promotion for Bob. Max Richardson Is home from New York City for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson. Max has been employed in the Bell Telephone laboratory In New York since his graduation from Iowa State College a year ago and is enjoying his work very much. Mrs. Elsie Cndy and Miss Evelyn Cndy and their guests. Edwin Cadv and family, returned Tuesday afternoon from Clear Lake where thty had enjoyed a few days at a cottage. There they were joined by Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Cady and family of Mason City, who also had n cottage. Mrs. George Docker and son. Jack, and Dorothy Davis of Minneapolis, arrived Wednesday and arc visiting for a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard. Other guest* at the Agard home are Marjorie Davis of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Fred Davis, who is spending the summer here. The party spent the week end at a cottage at Like Dkoboji. Mrs. Decker. Mrs. Agard, Dorothy and Marjorie are sisters and Mrs. Fred Davis Is their mother Mrs. Frank Esser and son, Jas., returned Friday from a trip to Streator. Illinois, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Esscr's brother-in-law. John Whalen. of Chicago. They went by way of Des Moines, where they were joined by Vincent Esser, who made the trip with them. Mr. and Mrs. Clem E. Nugent of Los Angeles, Calif,, arrived for a week's visit at the Dr. L. C. Nugent. Don Nugent and Mrs. W. D. Nugent homes here. They will also visit with Mrs. Nugent's parents at Lnmoni. Mrs. Nugent will be remembered as Mildred Pousrh. a former tcaohpr here. Mrs. ('. B. Holdrldgp and Mrs. Will Dearchs and daughter. Lois. Jeft for their homes in Glendnle. Gllif.. Monday a/ter visiting nt, the homo of Mrs. L. J. DcGrnw and with other friends and relatives foC several weeks. Mrs. HoldruUe is Mrs. DeGraw's mint, and Mrs. Daerchs is her sislrr-in-linv. -Mr. and .Mrs. A. I,. Brown ilrov.- :o Thompson. Iowa. Tuesday <today> to attend the district county ngeiit meeting. Mr. and Mrs. ' Clark Medium were the host and hostess. A dinner was served nt noon, and the men attended a meeting in the afternoon, and the women enjoyed the afternoon socially. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Srhpiiirl and son and Mrs. M. P. Weaver left Saturday for Cass Lake, where they will spend a week's vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Menzel and son, Hugh, of Salt Lake City, who have been visiting his parents at Inde- Miss Holtzbauer's Hat Shop Mrs. Hull's Hollywood Fashion Dress Shop are now located over Borchardt's Drug- Store. Walk upstairs and save money. ppndenre, joined them. Mrs. Men- zcl and Mrs. Srhcmel are daughters of Mrs. Weaver. Jean and Betty Murtagh, ilaAgti- ters of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mur- fifgh, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Mell Peterson, and have written home that they have been in New York City for the past ten days and are thrilled with the big city. Tho card was sent from the celebrated Jack Dempsey restaurant wher» :hey were dining. Tuesday-Wednesday, July 19 20 Sr>n?;itionnl Gene Autry "GOLD MINE IN THESKY" Second Feature Will Rogers In 'LIFE BEGINS AT 40' Thurs. Thru Sat., July 21 23 KEN MAYNARD with hit k wonder herit ITARZAN Second Feature Francis Lederer France* Drake In ' 'THE LONE WOLF IN PARIS" Plus "Serial Fighting Devil Dogs" TAIL END!! THE HUB CLOTHIERS "DOG DAYS* 1 -.^ — — ...«JI£lJ Clearance SALE 10c ISc Sc 16c 6c 19c 25c 12Mc 17c Remaining Stock of Hot Weather Apparel '•&3 r ^HsZ—. IV THE HEART OF TIIK SFAKOV ~a, All Dress Straw Hats Select the hat yon want, deduct l-?> price & it's yours Less IV THK HEART OF TIIK SEASON July and August Reduced for a Quick (ietuwuy Swim Trunks Jantzen $2.95 grade _. .$1.98 98c All-Wool Trunk* 79c BOYS' POLO SHIRTS 39c Wash Pants A new shipment this week, we hit a har^ain—so can you Special values 1.49 Hot Weather Suits Reduced for Final Clearance HERE'S But We Are Goin s lo Clean ' Em MURDER Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Freeman's $5 - $6 White and Sport Oxfords - .'i.3» Freeman's 4 - 4.50 White and Sport Oxfords - 2.5O Stratford 3 - 3.50 White and Sport Oxfords - 1.INI All 2 - 2.25 White and Sport Oxfords - - I.SfJ One Large Group of Boys' Sport Oxfords, Values to $3 - l.5» REMEMBER! OUR TALL CORN CONTEST, AUGUST 17th • 18th THIERS Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds

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