The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 6
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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. 16,1038 Potter Family Reunion— A reunion of the Potter funnily Vras held, Sunday, at the fairgrounds. A program and election of Officers, followed a picnic dinner. Officers elected were Homer Ells•worth, president Mrs. Harry Potter, •vice president, and Elmer Haynes, secretary - treasurer. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Powell and daughter, Mrs. Cowel and son of Luana, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. Reid and family of Buffalo Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ellsworth and son of St. Paul, Mrs. Ella Potter and Merlend Potter of Sioux City, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis L/on- ergan of Schaller, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Potter and sons of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner and children of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nelsen and children of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cooker and family of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner and sons of Swea City, Harry Potter and Carroll Potter and family of West Bend, Billy Campbell of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter and daughter, Mrs. I* E. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hayne, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zender, Mrs. Adele Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter, and Mrs. Pearl Potter and sons of Algona. Party for Employees— Mrs. Oscar Anderson entertained the employees of the Anderson cafe at her home at a 7:30 dinner party Thursday evening. The party honoring the birthday of Dorothy Palm er. who has been in her employ for two years, was given at the Anderson country home. Guests wen Eaton, Bernlce Lynk, Sylvia Wic- busehl. Lollie Lndendorf. Ann Pennington, and Adris Knoll. The hon oree was presented with birthdaj tokens. Sewing Club- Mrs. A. A. Bishop entertained the 12 members of her sewing club at an afternoon party at her home Friday. Mrs. Herschel Thompson and Mrs. Walter Lane were club guests. Progress Week Specials SALMON, fancy Alaska Ib cans, 2 for 18c CATSUP, Stokley, 14 oz, bottles 15c PEAS, Aboveall, good qual., No. 2 size, 3 for 25c PORK AND BEANS, 20 oz. cans 3 for 25c Orange ft Grape Fruit Juice, No. 2 cans, 2 for 25c FRESH PRUNES in heavy syrup _.2 cans 19c POP TREATS similar to Puffed Wheat 3 pk 25c PILLSBURY FARINA 2 pkg. 21c 3 Stooges Moving Picture Machine Free Peaches for Canning, Delicious Watennelons, Cantclonpps. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Veal Loaf Mixture 21bs. 38c Steaks, any cut (Corn Fed Beef) Ib 30c Spare Ribs 2 Ibs. 25c Young Beef Liver 2 Ibs. 39c Home Made Bologna 2 Ibs. 39c Fancy Dressed Chickens Sorensen Grocery Co. We 1 Deliver Phones 138-130 REGISTER AT THE Hardware for Free Automatic Electric or Coleman Gas Iron No purhase required—to be given absolutely FREE, Thursday, August 18th at 5 p. in. A*P FOOD STORES ARMOUR'S CANNED MEATS SALE! Armour'* Star 12-ox. c&im Corned Beef 2 for 37c Armour's Star 12 oz. cans Roast Beef 2 for 39c Armour Star Corned 16 oz «'H» Beef Hash _-2for29c Amrnur'h Star Ui oz. rant Beef-Noodles 2 for 29o I'nwda Milker's | Ann 1'iiic- Premium Crackers _lb. box IGc Salad Dressing i qt. iar 25c - " Sunbrite __four 14 oz. cans 19c| wi>ii-- n»"->... .. .. I Canned Milk Atlantic Soap * • 1 AI • o- Flakes two 12U-oz. pkgs 25c :slx14 '-' Ozcn33ijc For Making Jelly i A "" ''"«'' Certo 8 oz. bottle 22cl Sandwich Spread I TJf To Y> OQ/^ ,. . . t,. it. u d.1 £O^ (old Stream 8 • i- r 15e Pink Salmon two 1 lb. cans 25c| ^—^— I Aim I'aue Mustard two 9 oz. bots 15c Flavor Condor Coffee 2 Ib. can 45c Siinnyli.-Ul Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.19 Flour 49 Ib. bag 99c 0 «"vai Am. Ann I'iine Powder 4 oz. can 7c Medium iin-t-n Shredded Wheat Cherries -__two No. 2 cans 29c two 12oz pkgs 24 Sllllll) Ill-Ill Del \ii.llti- Corn Flakes Ig pkg. 8c : Asparagus A.u,Pa«e l 1 ^ 1 ^ 1 ;^ 2 ^ 290 Beans __three 1 lb. 7 oz. cns25cj (juauty Kn-aj v,iiu.» I Iced Nut and Oxydol 1 lb. 8 oz. pkg. 21c \\hile tui«le Soap Chips 5 lb. box 33c Crisco 3 lb. can 50c Oll klMlll \ A.UIE V\ ouiiiii's Iluy A. & P. HAS THE VALUES! 1 »^ L ^_^_ BOKATCOFFEE Now Packed in an Inexpensive Bag! AND YOU SAVE! Hb.bagl9c Anderson Family Reunion— ! An Anderson family reunion was j held at the Ambrose Call State Park last week Sunday, with an attendance of over 40. A covered dish picnic dinner was served, and the group adjourned to the home of Mrs. Alma Nelson for an afternoon's visit. The children enjoyed a swim at the municipal swimming pool. Those In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Lr. J. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Martin and daughter, Lee Ann of Bricelyn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Anderson and family, Elon Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Anderson. Mrs. Hazel Anderson and Carrol Anderson of Forest City, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Milo Anderson of Des Moines. The local members of the group were Mrs. Alma Nelson and daughters. Annn nnd Gertrude. I,oo Dahllmuscr Weds— Announcement was made at a surprise birthday party for Ferdinand Gilner at Forest City, of the recent marriage of Bernice L.. Gil ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Gilner of Forest City to Leo P. Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser of Algona, July 19, at Northwood. Marie Gavins of Forest City and Joseph Dahlhauser, brother of the bridegroom, attended the coupla. The bridal couple returned to Forest City, where a wedding dinner was served to 20 relatives at noon. They recently re turned from a ten day wedding trip to the Dells of Wisconsin. They will be at home here. Olenen Family Reunion— The Olesen family met at the Call State Park for a picnic dinner and family reunion. Sunday, at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Larson and children of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. J. Larson and children of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Micket- son and children and Mrs. J. M. Olesen of Humboldt, Mrs. T. D. Foster and daughter. Ann Lee of Coin, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and son. Merlin of Algona. Mrs. C. S. Oleson and son Alfred and daughter Leona. of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Schultz and two daughters of Estherville were in attendance. Winkel Family Reunion— The annual Winkel family reunion vras held at Livermore. Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark. Those attending were Helen Jacobs of Austin. Minn.. Mrs. Mamie Winkel and daughter. Francos. William Dodcls. Mrs. Frank Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel and family of VVhK- temorc. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson of Humboldt. and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutscharn and daughter, Mildred of Clear Lake. Country Club Luncheon— A regular luncheon-bridge party will be served to the country club women at the Country Club house. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. P. French is charman of the committee and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas is the co-chairman. Other members of the committee are Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. Mrs. V. V. Naudain. Mrs. Joe Kelly. Mrs. Ted Larson. Mrs. J. B. Mawd•ley, Mrs. H. L. McCorUle. and Mrs. C. W. Morck of Algona, and Mrs. H, E. Woodward, of Whltte- more. Honor Son— Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willasson entertained at a party. Friday evening in honor of their son. Donald, who will leave for California to attend Santa Clara University. ThoHf- present were Meredith Richardson. Dorothea Bjustrom. Jean Simmons. Louise Smith. Kathryn Scholiy. Shirley Vinson, Ruth Will. Wayne Lighter. Bob Muckey. Jack Long, John Sponi?berg. Everett Black and Robert Willisson. Beta Sigma Phi- Members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority will participate in a progressive dinner party this evening (Tuesday). Cocktails will be served at the home of Irene Hutchins. Helen Corey will serve the salad course, and the main dinner course will be served at Elsie Hlltons. Valeria Williams will serve the dessert and coffee, and assorted games will be played there. Surprise on Birthday— Dena Kohlhaas was honored on her birthday at her home here with a surprise party given her by her brothers and their wives. Members , attending the party were Mr. and I Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas. Henry Kohl: haas, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohl| haas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. i nnd Mr. ami Mrs John Kohlhaas I The honoree \."is presented with | a gift. OiM-riitorV Mi-i'tiiiK— Members ni Se, tii-n Hi:< of thr- low i Cie.inx-ry ' »|M i'ah.r.- A.-^nri:-.- ,'iuli Illel .it tli" I I- Si-eti,:ili home Thiii'-'luy afterni.iiii Tin: men at- t.'l,il..d ., Illeellli;-' at the Legion h.iil din-in;.- 111" .-ifU-i-ii'ji.ii Tin: women .ipeiit a .-Hi ial afternoon i»t earil- '. :it the Kieli.'in l.'.ine. A |>ot lu. n i roveied di.-di Mipper wah served in i Ilie evening .Mrs. ilor!>ford Honored— Mr-, D. A. Barnard entertained at an afternoon party honoring Mrs. Arnie Horsford of Fort Dodge, on Wednesday afternoon. There were! 12 gue.-,th present. Games were I played during the afternoon and at j him neon was served by the ho-stew ; Mrs. Horafurd is a former Algona ) resident. j . . ! (lull MectiiiK— '• Mi.> .Juhn iJutton entertained h. ' i I lib nu-1nbei i at. a <;-.';ij dinner patty .••.lei ijihi^i- l.t t ;'.' Tuesday evi MI./ M i T i.uiii.-! l.ynk rei:eiveil the i.,,'i. .-. li/.e Mr- Kd Sl-.i-ei..i;. t|., ti.i'.'-l i ri/.e 'nil the i ollMjlatiijr. ,n/.. v. .1:: o M:-.. l-'eiii Hurdgruve. LOCALS Hugh Post returned Wednesday from a business trip to Marengo. Mm. O. B. Cook WM in Mid confined to her bed most of last week. France* Barker of Des Motne* arrived Friday and is a house guest of Betty Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith left Friday morning for a week's vacation trip at Lake Okoboji. Tom Leahy returned to Omaha, Thursday, after visiting Omar Kelly during the past two weeks. Eugenia Little will return Wednesday after a week spent visiting her friend, Wilma Atwood. at Eagle Grove. ."Mrs. Maud Solomon of Spencer returned home Thursday, after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Estella Sabin. H. F. Kersey of Gait wns a guest at the home of his daughter, Mrs. M. W. Jacobson. irom Wednesday until Saturday. Anna Nelson left last week Sunday night for Chicago and Evanston where she will' visit wfth friends until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutrhlns have moved into the Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster apartment house on North Thorlngton street. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned Friday from Charles City where she had been a guest of her daughter. Mrs. Alta Stiles for ten days. John Kotahaas Jr., returned Friday after a month in Des Moines where he had been attending the Citizens' Military Training Camp. Laura Hagg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg, returned the latter part of the week from Humboldt where she had visited LaVonne Prew. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. John Hardgrove drove to Boone. Sunday, and attenlod the Spanish-American War Veterans annual picnic. Mrs. Everett Waller nnd two sons of Sioux City, and C. E. Little of Humboldt were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little. Or. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and son, Billy Lee. left Monday for a week'? visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Greenwood at Taber, Iowa. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Worley. Dr. and Mrs. Knrl Hoffman and the Larry Mosbach's of Humboldt spent the \vtekendatClcarLake. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Saunders. Lake Worth. Florida, parents of Floyd E. Saunders. arrived Tuesday for >. visit of several weeks with their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thompson of Hardy and daughter. Mrs. Loin Treaschman and daughter, Jean of Ida Grove were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mrs. Lee Stlllman of Tulsa, Ok-' lahoma. has been visiting her father, John Vinson at Hartley, and Friday, she came to Algona to visit Mrs. Marguerite Vinson and family. Dr. and Mrs. Seidell and ter of Des Moines called a L. W. Fox home hut w»ek on their way home at Okoboji. Dr. ~~ veterinarian. Mrs. Francis Lonenran and Ruth Ann Potter of Schaller spent last week Tuesday In Algona. They c-ame to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lonergan's grandmother, Mrs. Lil- He Webster. Dr. L. W. F«x received a letter, Thursday, Inviting him to be the principal speaker at (L convention of Indiana State veterinarian's to be hefd at Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 11, 1939. Elltabeth Nugent left Sunday for a week's vacation trip to Chicago, where she la visiting her brother, W. B. Nugent, and a friend, Mrs. L. G. Gates, who will be remembered as Marion Todd. Elizabeth is employed at the Algona Insurance Agency. Mrs. E. W. Hanson and daughter, Barbara returned Wednesday after a ten-day visit with Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Duncan, at Minneapolis. Helen Corey accompanied her to Minneapolis, and was a guest at the Duncan home week before last. . Bradbury and Helen Reeves of Sioux City were week end guests at the home of Helen's mother, Mrs. Andrew Gk/dfredson. Donna Jean Reeves, daughter of Helen Reeve*, returned td Sioux City and will live with her mother, and attend the Sioux City schools this year. That well known old Hmer and prominent man, B. F. McFarland of West Bend, who with his wife, had just returned from a visit with their daughter at South Bend, Indiana, sent us an order for fifty copies of the Centennial edition of the Upper Des Moines, which is being printed this week. Mr. McFarland said that he was going to Manitoba- and Saskatchewan next week to look after the harvesting of crops on his farms there. The small grain crops are reported better Mrs. G. E. Vomit; or riilrnco and Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Harrow of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday of lint week with Mr. and Mr.i. W. C. McDougall. The women are aunts of Mr. McDougall. Cut Yourself A Slice Of BARGAINS March of Progress Days, Wed. and Thurs. Porcelain Enamel Roaster, d))]( Hi" 1 , li'ood size, $1.15 value 98c Benefit Part}-— Thursday afternoon a circle benefit pa'rTjfwas given at the Congre p.ational parlors. Eight table* of chinker check and 'anagrams were the diversion of the afternoon. No prizes were given. A 4:30 luncheon was served. 1 Ib. Johnson's Paste Wax 1 Ib. Free, 59c 1 Pt. Johnson's Glo-Coat 1-3 Pint Free, 59c Three 12 Qt Heavy Tin Dairy Pails 98c HORSE COVERS AND NETS Prices Reduced 20^ on These Items 22 Short Cartridges, Peters and Remington. H boxes Remington Paring Knives 9c I 22 Qt. Enameled Oanners. Hold 7 Qts. $1.10 (Regular 1.30 Value) With Each Dexter Washer We Will Give FREE, A Porcelain Drain Tub Made of Same Material as Washing Tub. $1 allowed on your old lamp on any Aladdin with shade. '.'• Eclipse Lawn Mowers, $7.25 value at $f>.25 Kohlhaas & Spilles HARDWARE ALL SET At the Barger Drug Stofft for THE MARCH OF PROGRESS Celebration. Ready to serve you cooling drinks and Sani-freeze ice cream. MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHILE IN TOWN Barker Drug iffliiiiiiiiinimiii»mffli*i»ni»^^ Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 16-17 Continuous Shows from One O'clock Plus "March of Time" No. 18 To be released Now showing for Kossuth Co. Safety Council "Mao At The Wheel" Traffic Accident Problem. Intensely informative. Also ' New* and Pictorial Watermelon Day Special, Thurs.-Friday 18-19 Continuous from one o'clock Thursday THE EGYPTIANS HAD A WORD FOR IT! f Freddie Rich Band Sport Skl-FURht The Big Pictures Are Here Sun.-Mon., Aug. 21-22 Sun.-Moo, Aug. 249-29 FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS Free Delivery 4 Daily Phones 420-421 Algona, Iowa MARCH OF PROGRESS WEEK / SPECIALS AT HOOD'S I. G. A. STORE SPECIALS We<L-Thurs. Fri. and Sat. Aug. 17, IS- 19, 20 Oyster Shells 100 II). llilu fill- Sugar Fine jrrauiilati-d 10 Ibs 47c 100 Ibs. .—$4.79 Cookies fresh 25c 18K Vinegar Extra strength Pirn- cider qt. l)..t Vinegar Pure Cider l 19c 1JU IGA Xtra Whipped SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar 37c KAISIX lli G£. loaf Il WHEAT :!J ,,/.. lout lU WHEAT 16 Ui loaf IGA CEREALS Gold Tost Corn Flakf.s Wheat Pun's Bran Flakes It ice PuftV Krakl Krisp pkg. 37c Whole Kernel Corn, Stokley's 25c Coffee caii.s ftnl G ))(•!' lit _ 15c .um In uii-ISridn' 1 — Mr.i. .Juhn Kohlha.'ii entertain'/ i at a i r.e uV-lui-k lun'.'heon Thursday afternoon ('uver.i were, laid for einlit. Mrs. Charles' (Jilbride won tiie hijih bridge [jriie. EJena Kohl buns the sei ond iJiiie and Mrs. Jot Kelly the tiavel [jrUe. Bridge Club— Mi. and Mrs. Glen Roland enter- j limed their bridjf'.- elub at their i home, Thurbduy evening Mr. and j Mrs. \V. C. Mai.iJouyall won the | 1 !*uiuluy School Picnic— I Tlie Baptist Sunday School pienio ! ,'.ill be lield August iitilh. A good ijtinie is being planned. Blk. Raspberries XL. 10 can 49c Gold Nugget Flour 1.19 Candle Light or White Castle Flour, 93c Coffee Blue 1 Ib hag. t-up ami saiu-fi- free, both fur __ I. G. A. Flour For Better Baking—New Low Price 49 Ib. sack $1-45 'take home u Mick— try it — iif U-r uaiiig ',i Kttck il U i» not u* good as any Hour you ever UJM'd return Ule '- suck and we uill refund the full prin- i)lu» 5Uc for your trouble Ready To Serve Foods Corned Beef Hash, IGA 16 oz. cans 17c Wafer Sliced Beef, IGA 2£ oz. glass 15c Soups, IGA, ready to serve, Ig cans __2 for 25c Sandwich Spread, IGA, tasty __2 Ige. cans 15c Bean Pot Baked Beans, IGA 28 oz. jar 22c Veal Loaf, IGA, delicious 7 oz. can 17c Vienna Sausage, IGA ,- 4 oz. can, each lOc Whole Spices for Can- 2 p |<q, ning — Cloves, Allspice, Cinnamon, Nutmeg and Mustard Seed for 17c FRUIT JAES Dozen quarts 67c Dozen pints 59c Jar Rubbers 3 doz. lOc Coffee The Perfect Coffee in the perfect jar for canning 18K, Ib. 29c PURE LARD 2 Ibs. f«.r 19c WIENERS, per 11). 20c ('lle«ate Ai«. or Brick 2 Ib. box 46c Ground B««f fihuutu 2 lb». 26c Square* Ib. 15c Pork Loin ROM* Ib. B«*f Young Ib. 18c Ice Tea 8|>ccial lilend Carol, <J oz. pkg __ Raisins Thompson seedl's 2 lb - We pk ff i^C Tomatoes i Carol, extra standard new pklA- No. 2 can __ 1UL * Salt, I. Or. A. Plain or iodized Pen-Jel or :t oz. pkg. 00 2 pkgs. *"N- Fruit Pectin T. O. A. 3 oz. 9c ftlinco Hum Ib. 16C Pork Tenderloin Ib. 28c Lean Pork Chop* Ib. 30c All Quality Meats Peas, ea. Corn Toatoes good grade 8c Oranges good size dozen 29c Bananas Ripe-yellow OC_ Walnut Meats fresh shelled Salmon Best p-rade pink 2 29c rails Jar Covers Ball Mason Dozen 19c Potatoes peck Tomatoes 25c

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