The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 Livermore Dramatic School Has Recital Livermore: Visiting days have e?*2. n at Jo Svcr «"son's Dramatic Studio and a group of friends responded to her invitation Friday morning at 9:30 when she presented Alpha Pear Underberg and her sister Helen, young daughters of £ ?, nd Mrs> Carl Underberg. Fo lowing their test work. Alpha Pearl gave the reading "The Lady Who Lives Next Door" followed by "Who Would Do the Work." Helen gave as her first reading "Compensation" with "When Jimmy Goes to Bed" as her second. The group then sang "This Is Just a Little Street Where Old Friends Meet" with Mrs. J. F. Hamm at the piano. Bancroft Girl Breaks Arm Bancroft: A young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe suffered a broken arm Friday. JACK SPRAT Write Your Own Ad! Pick Your Own Specials For Wed., Thurs., Aug. 17-18, Progress Days Only A DISCOUNT OF ON ALL CASH MEAT OR GROCERY PURCHASES (with the exception of sugar) A $2 Regular Order for $1.80 Cash A $3 Regular Order for $2.70 Cash A $4 Regular Order for $3.60 Cash (A $5 Regular Order for $4.50 Cash and so on—10% off all Cash orders Write Your On Ticket, Two Days at ANDERSON'S JACK SPRAT STORE Behnkes Return to Whittemore from Sojourn in Illinois Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke of Whittemore accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. WHbur Haberkamp and daughter, Carroll, and Miss Shirley Hanke of Roselle, 111., arrived in Whittemore Wednesday. The Behnkes had spent the past two months with their daughter, Mrs. Haberkamp at Roselle, HI., and had also visited relatives In Indiana. Mrs. Haberkamp and Miss Hanke will spend a week or ten days with the Behnkes here. Two Wesleyans Go East With Friend Wesley: Linus Hutchins left for the east Monday morning accom- pained by Duane Sherman and Dcl- ores Hauptman. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins (the latter formrely Madeline Hauptman) had both been employed by a photo company in a traveling capacity. Mrs. Hutchins will remain for a longer visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman. Irvington Woman Leaves Hospital Irvington: Mrs. Edw. Blanc-hard returned to her home last Tuesday (a week ago) from the Kossuth hospital in Algona where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Sunday guests of the Blanchards were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and daughter, Grace and the Law rence Newbroughs of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough, W. J., Harold and Ray Reynolds, all of Humboldt. Albert Friets of Elmore visited at the Friets and Finn homes Friday. HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints To remove dampness—put a saucer of quick lime In your damp closet or cupboard. SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY - THUISDAV Cookie* 2 doz. 23c Cup Coke* doz. 20o Balloon free with each purchase Wilson Bakery 48 March Of Progress Specials Two Big Days Only Wednesday-Thursday August 17-18th Inner Spring Mattress FREE with Each Four Piece Bedroom Suite 3 LIVING ROOM SUITES Regular 132.50 - 145.00 Suites YOUR CHOICE AT $100.00 FOSTER FURNITURE "Where Quality and Price Meet" ALGONA, IOWA LuVerne Auditorium Project Progresses Lu Verne: There are now 27 men employed on the W. P. A. project at LuVerne, with an average of 15 working during the threshing season. Next week a full quota of 40 is expected to work on the project. The old gym has been torn down the lumber and brick neatly plied, the play ground equipment has been removed, the shrubbery re-set and everything Is In readiness for the construction of the new auditorium and gym which will join the main school building on the west. The new building will be 97 by 62 feet; a monolithic structure, the roof as well as the walls will be of cement. The entire basement of the school building will be remodeled. Thorwall Thorsen. Forest City, is the architect. H. R. Bever. Mason City area director of the W. P. A. and Robert Padgett. Algona, is the superintendent of construction. Tho project is for $25.000 and will be a much needed improvement for LuVerne. Former Swea Cityan Killed by Horse ft Swea City: Friends h«re received word Thursday that Grandpa Sel- mens had died at the home of his son, Will, at Lake Crystal, death having been caused from being kicked by a horse. Funeral services were held at Buffalo Center Saturday afternoon, and he was laid to rest by the side of his wife who pre- ceeded him in death last spring. Wesleyam Honor Missionary Going To South America Wesley: The Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Linkemann of Willow Lake, S. D., were honored Sunday of last week by a large group of friends and neighbors who gathered at the Geo. Pommer home. The Linkemanns are leaving on missionary work in Central America. Ice cream and cake was served after which Rev. Linkemann made a few remarks. Those attending were the Claus Tjarks family, John Greenfield and family. George Eden and family, Harm Eden and family. Rev. and Mrs. Jack Strong. Rev. and Mrs. H J. Kinzema. Christian Peters. Martha Eden, the Dick Franzen family. Delia Smith. Charles Kraus and Ilo Buffington. Son Born to Earl Egesdahls, Hebron Hebron: A little son Wa born to Mr, and Mrs. Earl Egesdah! on August 1st. Mother and babe are .,., „ g alon K nicely. This is their third child. Storm Brings Delay In Lakota Threshing Lakota: A terrible electric storm struck this vicinity last week Wednesday morning causing damage to electrical equipment in town and killing some stock in the surrounding country. Threshing was again resumed Thursday afternoon but many fields can not ypt be threshed as the ground is too wet to carry a load. Mrs. Bourne, Union, Entertains Friends Union: Mrs. Will Bourne must have been affected by the Pioneer activities of lute. She entertained nt dinner last Friday Severn! former year acquaintances, some being former girl chums. If one could have been a mou^r in the corner it would have been the thrill of a life time. No doubt many reminsciences were exchanged and oh how one would like to get in on those secrets. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bassett and daughter, Joyce, attended the funeral of a friend, Joe Gibbons at Farnhamville, recently. '37 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan "37 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe "37 Pontiac Town Sedan '36 Chevrolet Master Coach '36 Chevrolet Standard Coach '35 Chevrolet Master Sedan '34 Chevrolet Standard Coach "36 Dodge Truck 'Several Cheaper Jobs WE TRADE EASY TERMS Kossuth Motor Co. Phono 200 N Dodge St. Rain, Hail, Delay Hebron Threshing Hebron: A little son was born to layed In this community due to so much rain. Last Saturday evening there was almost a cloud burst and Sunday morning everything was pretty much under water. Shocks in the fields were floating in water. Hail also did quite a bit of damage in north Hebron township. Some corn fields are almost ruined. Renwick Entertains Corwith Baptists Corwith: The ladies of the Baptist church of Corwith were entertained on Friday afternoon by the Renwick Mission circle. Cars taking the group to Renwick were driven by Mrs. Wilbur Studer, Mrs. Armand Tabb. Mrs. Claude Brfgard and Mrs. Harvey Hanklns. Mrs. Fitch, Sexton, Honors Daughter Sexton: Mrs. Rosa Fitch entertained at a birthday dinner Monday evening for her daughter, Lois who was 18 years of age. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Weiand and Edna May Fitch, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch of Hurt. Will See Dells : $tiiar^Th<«npson, left on Sunday morning in company with Eugene Drceger, Eugene's cousin, Merle Draeger and Glen Post, tho latter two from Highland, Wis., for a week's visit at Merle's home. Thuy will visit the Dells while there. Merle has been working for his uncle, Leonard Draeger. (luring the harvesting and threshing. Glen Post, his friend, hns also been working here. Miss Carrie Durnnt was 11 caller at the Frank Thompson home recently where she visited Mrs John Olson. Mrs. Thompson's mother. piiiiiirHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH CELEBRATING ALGONA'S and Watermelon Days August 17 & 18 These are value days at The HUB Clothiers This is the center for thrifty folks. Metis Worsted SUITS It takes $20.00 to $22.50 to equal them in fabric or tailoring, single or double breasted models 14*50 Council Oak Store Wed.-Thurs. Specials Tac-Cut Coffee, 2 pounds Prunes, l(i oz. can 8c Sardines, 7« daintv can Hershey Cocoa, lib. can Potato Sticks, j»cr can 8c Peanut Krush, Sniicrli. 1(1 ox can _ Spaghetti, •_>() • •/. can Palmolive Soap, L' rakes for Vinegar, Cider, prr gallon Mustard, '|iiart jar Cracker Jack, '•\ pkjis fur lOc Flour, White Loaf 1 Oft 4!»lh. )»asr l ' LJ Tomatoes, 0., Xn. 2 can P*" Brown Sugar, 1 1 _ 11C Pork & Beans, 27 «•/.. ran <Fresh Pork Feet o \/ r prl- pullild «J/2C Fresh Pork Liver 11 ~ per pound *1C JUST SELECT ANY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE, TAKE OFF £ THE PRICE AND ITS YOURS Work Sox Heavy gray mix Pair 3c HOT SHOT Men's 7-oz. cotton glove, double knit wrist, pair liojV Blue ('hainliray WORK SHIRTS Button through pockets, full sizes — age »J to size 11' j 19c 60 PAIRS BIG 30 OVERALLS Till HSUAY ONLY, I'nsanforized, pair Big 30 OVERALLS Kossuth County's Largest Selling Overall. Heavy 8-oz. sanforized—gradu- ated bibs—blue or stripe. Sizes 32 to 50 98c The finest fitting overall we know. Satisfaction guaranteed. ONE LOT OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 59c BOYS' BIB OVERALLS Stripe only, pair 25c 50cj Men's l-'air\v»j' Covert WORK PANTS Sanforized 79c For These Two tlrent Days Entire Stock of $1.95 WASH SLACKS 98c You'll like this value. BOYS' TENNIS SHOES Brown upper, pair 35c Sizes 12 to 6. =• I BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS 1 l-'ancy pattern, full cut. Great for =s school wear. 5E 33c .Hen's Itayon DRESS SOX I-'ancy pattern.-*. A large selection, pair 6c For Real Dependable Clothing and Footwear for Men and Boys at rock bottom prices It's the HUB CLOTH IERS The Largest and Finest Stock of Clothing and Shoes in this part of Iowa

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