The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algorta Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 &$£** ix= MARCH OF PROGRESS DAYS Men's All Wool SUITS Complete sizes 34-42, A bargain at real $12. oo Friend* of Mr«. Nellie Stahl Baf- teau, former Hurt nurse, will be sorry to learn tlrttt she is seriously ill in the Presbyterian hospital In Chicago. Her sister, Mrs. J. w. Dorrance of Hurt, is with her and her mother and sister, Mrs. Frank Mann, together with her own daughter, Clarice, are enroute to Chicago from California. OVERALLS Sanforized and full cut Genuine Rail Chief $1.00 off on Wash Pants ••••••••••••••••••I August Sale Used Cars '37 Ford Deluxe Tudor Blue* white sidewall tires, MISBACH CLOTHING COMPANY heater like new. payment $185.00. Down 1937 Ford 60 Tudor Blue, good tires, low mileage. Down payment, $160. 1936 Ford Tudor Grey, good tires and motor. Down Payment, $135.00. 1936 Dodge Sedan Grey, runs and looks like lew. Down payment, $100. ALWAYS COOL COOL AS A MOUNTAIN TOP! ' Tuesday, August 16 Beverly Roberts in "CALL OF THE YUKON" (Second Feature) Clark Gable in "LOVE ON THE RUN" Wednesday and Thursday, August 17-18th Continuous Shews dally from one o'clock Plus at the Whefl March of Time No. 3 Added Attraction Friday and Saturday Hop a Long Camldy'c Bar 20 and Fighting DevU Do*—Serial .";.;- THE BIO PICrOIUES ABB HERE! • Sunday Thru Wednesday, August 2124 Joe £. Brown in "THE GLADIATOR" —,-;-"- " (Second Featurt) Lionel Barry-more Eric Linden Jean Parker "AH, WILDERNESS" 1936 Plymouth Coach Black, good tires and motor, looks like new. Down )ayment, $155.00. 1936 Ford Tudor Black, fair tires.* A bar- gan. Down $125.00. payment, 1934 Chevrolet Coach STew. motor, good tires. Down payment. $100.00. 1933 Ford Tudor Rlue. good tiros and motor. Down payment, $7">.00. 1929 Ford Tudor Good tires and motor. Down payment. $30.00. 1928 Chevrolet Coupe \ good cheap car Down navmont. $20.00. Perhaps your present cm- will make the down payment. EASY TERMS ON BALANCE KENT MOTOR CO. Mr. and Mm. E. 9. Hongh and daughter, Mary Ann spent the week end at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Clopton, Mrs. E. Dreesman and Grace Dreesman spent Sunday at Lake OkoboJI. V«ra May and Patty Ashing of Laurel are guest this week at the home of their aunt, Mrs. George Wilson. Hop Flndley and Omer Kelly left Monday morning for Spirit Lake, where they will spend several days attending the coaching school. I. L. Seeman, aceompiuilpd liy his family, drove to Mason City today (Tuesday) where he will score- butter for the North Iowa Fair. Sir. and Mrs. Clyde Foster and daughter, Jean, of Grinnell visited during the week end at the home of Mrs. H. J. Bacon and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz, Mr. and Mr.-). E. C. McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White spent the week end at Lake OkobojI. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pannkuk and three children, Louis, Henry and Helena drove to Lost Island Saturday evening on a fishing trip and report a fine catch of bullheads. Lelghton Misbach returned Saturday from Fort Des Moines, where he had been for two weeks serving on active duty as second Ifeuteant Leut. Martin Pertl of Fenton accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roupe and family of Cedar Rapids are visiting Mrs. Charles Roupe. Arnold is enjoying .a week's vacation. He Is route supervisor for the Peterson Baking Co. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgln of Webb, Iowa, were 6:30 dinner guestn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle W. Schwietert, Thursday evening The Hodgins are both members o the faculty of the Webb high school Mrs. Lewis McWhorter, daughte Jane. Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mrs. Hat tie Phillips and daughter, Dontm Jeane, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham am children spent the week end nt tlv McWhorter cottage at Spirit Laid' •Tense Beamish, George Reed one 3etty Dougan of Iowa Falls wer iveek end guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Beamish. Sunday, thev drove to Mason City and visitor! nt the Leon Beamish home. Mr. and VIrs. Harold Brandt accompanic 1 Dr. \V. D. Andrews and Dr. S. W. Vfeyer attended the annual picnic of the North Iowa Osteopath!? physicians nt the Dr. H. H. Jttl- nings cottage at Clear Lake. Sunday. Dr. Paul Slstrand. interne .at the General hospital, was also in Lonfee WadtolRh ot LnVent* a guest of Maxine Daltey during he past week. Mrs. Leonore Peck Is visiting her hildren at Fairmont and LuVerno, Minn., for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Turner and ion, Austin of Corning, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman. Imogene Hill, BUI and Ruth Turer, Ralph and Luella Strayer, nd Irwin Malueg spent Sunday at Lake OkobojI. Horace Flewellyn of Aurora, III., was a guest of his nephew and wife. . and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. on Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bailey and two daughters, Dorothy and Maxine, drove to Lakotn, Sunday, nnd vis- ted Mrs! Dailey's mother, Mrs. Minnie Heetland. H. W. Miller drove to Owatomv, Minnesota, Sunday, to bring Mrs Miller home, following ft ten day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kuckenbecker. Mr. nnd' Mrs. George Harris left •arly last week Tuesday morning for a few days' vacation sigH-scc- ng in the Black Hills. They returned Friday evening. H. O. Parsons called Sunday nt the home of Mrs. J. M. Moore. Mr. Parsons Is a son of the late Justice Parsons, a brother of Mrs. Moore. He Is auditor for the state highway commission. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle and children, Jack and Jfll were guests at the Elmer Henderson home at Des Moines, Sunday. They stopped at Waverly on the return trip and visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Minkler. Rev. P. 9. Braner conducted services in St. John's Lutheran church Read The Want Adi—It Pays Flu Any Furnace It Beats the World Handy, traubU-f n» convenience dunlin*** without wnolu, toot or gal. C«mfort with •*•!» he*t all the Urn*. IT'S ONLY A STEP PROM WINTER TO JUNE Let th. wind blow and let the fretting weather com.. K you beat with • Oehl Stoker, tb* moment you cron tb* threshold of your borne, you're back In balmy Summer. Thermoitatl- tally controlled firing at contracted with tbo "iblrer and iweat" ifaltm meani uniform temperatures—comfortable and healthful. Before hurlug any utoker or keeping your o!d bund-fired equipment another winter. Investigate this ulinplo trouble free Moker. lliirui I bit m»»t ln--i- pensive coal. I'eedi automatically «ith attention once 11 day. A modern low- cost reliable Stoker that jtunrils the livaltb aud cuuiforl of your fumlly. "EVERY OEHL OWNER IS A CEHL BOOSTER" Complete range of aluca for union an.) I ante homes, apartments liiislufiii liulldlnuH and factories Quickly In- atuUccI In any type of beating idiml, old or new. performance guaranteed. LET YOUR OWN HOME DEALER TELL YOU HOW —to ow the V H.A. Time Payment I'lan to finance the complete equipment of a water ayitcm. tbe Installation of a plumbing or beating aynteiu. oil burner, stoker, etc. Inreatluate now. Don't rtV.ay. Write today for "GEUI, STuKEIl !>IOHY. $f Ban UEIIL Stoker at Spencer K:iir near Garner. Sunday, and gave his lecture on the Centennial convention held at St. Louis last June, which he attended as delegate of the Algona circuit. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard drove to Winnebago, Minnesota, Sunday, and visited Mrs. Barnard's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman. Their little daughter, Lois, returned home with them after a visit at the Norman home. Mrs. Emma Cousins of Stanwood, Iowa, and three daughters, Orna Miller of Stanwood, Kathryn of CeJ- ar Rapids, nnd Louise Koontz of Chicago spent part of Thursday and Friday visiting with the J. M. Moore's, old neighbors and school mates. Mrs. Cousins is a sister-in- law of the late R. G. Cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Eld on Harrln and two sons of Elmhurst, III., visited last week with Eldon'f mother, Mr«. M»e Harris and sist^-, Mary, and •v ih other relatives hero and at \Vf.?ley. They left Friday morning for B few days' fishing In northern Minnesota, before returning home. Mr. Harris Is a music instructor in the Elmhurst high school. Mrs. B. F. Reed arrived Friday from Ames where she had been a guest for two weeks with the Ste— art McKays. She will pay a short visit to her son's home, L,. Hudson Reed, and then go back to Yankton, South Dakota, where she usually makes her home In the winter with her daughter. Ruth. Wllma Kapp will leave Thursday for Minneapolis for a week's visit Cummings' Progress Specials VENTALIER VENETIAN BLINDS Reg. $1.19 price, all •lie* Special Easier to handle than a roller shade. Will not warp or •ag. Cut Needlework Department Complete line of Stamp Goods . . . Embroidery thread . . . yarns . . .accessories, etc. Colored Handle Silverware Knives, forks, spoons, regular 15c items, orange, ivory and blue, each Chocolate and Vanilla Nut Fudge Delicious, regular 40c lb.; while it lasts, at only, per 11>. CUMMIN G'S attendance. Connie Kohlhaoa, whose homo- U near Galbraith, fell off a truck, on Wednesday evening, breaking his right wrist. He had been hauling dirt In the truck and drove the truck too close to the board fence Aa he started to unload ho. slipped striking his wrist against the fence Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Capeaiwi of Chicago, will arrive Friday for, a \tolt with the former's brother ^n"» wife, Mr. and Mr», TYank Capesltu They '.will also visit his brothers John and Ed of Algona and Peter of Llvermore. Wm. Capeslus Is an attorney at law. O. Maditon returned Sunday fron Clear Lake, where he had npen threp days with Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E Fnlkcnhnincr nml daughter. Lindn who had a cottage there for the week. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. Bohnn non and Mr. nnd Mrs. Norrrmn Wnlkcr were week end guests of the Falkenhainers. Mr*. W. B. Guy nnd AOII, Roy drove to Waterloo. Saturday, to see the "Three I" league baseball tenm play. Mrs. Guy's nephew, Elmer Adams of Streator, 111., Is a membe of the team. Mrs. Guy's daughter Mrs. K. Kiepp, returned with them and will visit here at the home o" her sister. Mrs. Andy Johnson. Wilbur Roupe, »on or Mrs. Cba* Roupe, who has been a member o' the Santa Monica, California, pol ice department the past three years had the misfortune to fall and break the bone In his lett heel la*t Wednesday while he was helping to install some electrical wiring in the Santa Monica school. The wiring was being done for a benefit show which the police officers were planning. Wilbur is at present In the Santa Monica hospital, and will not be able to return to work for about three months. A. W. NichoU and family stopped in Algona, Friday, to leave his mother, Mrs. G. B. Nichols of Fort Dodge at the home of the latter's dauahter. Mrs. K. D. Laidley. The Nicholi family visited relatives near Mallard returning to Algona. Saturday morn, ing. stopping to get Mrs G B. Nichols and Mrs. K. D. Laidlt-v. who returned to Fort Dodge with them for the day. Mrs. Laidley MIV daughters returned hiiliie .Sunday A. W. Nit-hols' home is ut Oriini:- Tractor Tire Chains Do not lot wet fields hold back your Fall Plowing. We carry a complete stock of Tractor Tire- Chains. Greenberg Auto Supply 14 Years of Growth Through Service As Kossuth County celebrates its "March of Vrojr- ress" Days, wo are happy 1o join in the general happiness nnd jny. We also have reached an important milestone in our progress in < his community. For Juno :?. 1!W8. marked tlie opening of our new and modern Mill and Elevator in Algona. Since -Tune 14,1024. when our business had its humble beginning in the old Northwestern Elevator, we have always tried to bring the best of milling service to the fanners of Kossuth county. This is evidenced by the new milling machinery that has been installed during our 14 years of progress. Beginning with a modern feed grinder, we have added an oat huller, feed mixer, grain cleaner, corn cracker and grader, ear corn crusher to our equipment. Today we can sucessfully meet any feeding problem that confronts the fanner and stock feeder. This lias always been our aim and goal. But with all these now improvements we still plan for the future —a future that is closely allied with the future progress and development of agriculture. It isoursincerost wish to continue to grow and improve with Kossuth county. Wo invite you to visit our now Food Mill and Elev.i- Jor.'it Algona—Northwest Iowa's most modern and up- to-date plant. E. R. RISING GRAIN — 'FEEDS Algona, Iowa — SEEDS S & L CO. Algona's Finest Department Store Keeps Step with the March of Progress by offering you quality merchnndi^aXa reasonable P™ 'liumled In IIHIO *~or! DuJ«>\ lou» \YluilMule Dl.lrltiutori uf Kolilcr I'luiiiulug t'Uturo \Vl'll-M'Mllu Uullcri & tUdlutora M'UMJC Oil Hnrili-r. t. J. Mu*ll«r Wiirui Air turnarea (.chl btukcri Mjcra Pumpi * Mulrr Kj »tf ma VISIT OIH K1IOWBOOSI Men's Oxfords One lot of Moil's white oxford. Were S2.»8, now 1.66 Police Shoes Double leather tiok's, tailfskill uppera, storm \vclt, wearproof lining*. The bffet on the beat. Size* 6 to 13 2.98 Work Shirts Zipper front, grey covert cloth work ahlrta. All iilzea 49c Men's O'alls 8 oz. •anforized overalls blue denim 79c March of Progress Features LADIES PURE SILK HOSE Full fashioned silk hose in all new shades, chiffon or service weight OILED SILK UMBRELLAS For sun or rain—dozens of patterns from which to choose GIRLS' PANTIES dirl's rayon panties, white or tea rose, sixes 4 to ]<> ,. LADIES' COTTON HOSE New Fall shades in fine cotton — ideal for every day wear -----------LADIES' TWO-PIECE CRASH SUITS Just the tiling to add to your ward- rohe to finish the season ------------ Children's Shoes Leather »oleo In »trap», oxford* or hi|(h (thorn. Sizes 8'i to 3 98c Sport Oxfords Lud1e» and Krnwlnic Klrlft' ii|H>rt oxford* with cr«-|ie, or leather ttole*. All the new fall »tjle* ure now In. Size* \ to B, AA-C. 1.98 Children's Shoes Nationally fainou* Coniflex Shoe* for children. We can Klve your child a perfect fit. 1.98 PART LINEN TOWELING Part linen with colored border ,.___per yd. •M' COTTON SHEET BLANKETS ine cotton blankets in plaid Sl/.c ()l)\ ((), stnr fur litltcniT fall — Lelcbtoo Hupolj Co.. Fli UoUg.. Mull folluwiuK Fit KB liuruturu: j Tb« "OEUl. 8TOKKK STOBY." <-, Indexsd Llat of Modern 1'luiuo- -J luif * Ucatlog Lluratur*. ~~l Building N'uw Hum* 1 W« Main* .. AdJreil Dealer* Name . 1 G Read The Wiiut Ad«—It Pay*. SPECIAL! j March of Progrecs and Watermelon Days, Aug. 17th-18th | THEY'RE BACK AGAIN ! 1 JAMES* FAMOUS | Walking Sundaes | K. D. James IIIIIIUIUIIIIIIIIUIIHUIIUIIIIIII luiiiiitianiiituiinniii s llUIIIIIII!UI« "Sterling" Suits for Men Now . . . you (.'an luive c-v'cry- UiiiiK you want in a suit, without paying high prices. Fine tailoring, authentic styling, up to tliB minute- patterns and fabrics. Wu have a complete new full line-up. 14.75 19.75 Ladies Dresses Silks, liayoiis, Taffetas Prints, all newest style.- and colors for fall, (.hum-' tit v limited. "Elmbrook" Fall Coats .MKVS New Fall Hats The I.iti-Nt il> U-* and colom are lii-n- ut i.fm to ;i.iia , I I M lint'ii~lv in' 1 riniined <>r .\I-u included in I In M • us 11. A: 11. plush cnat-. iiiip«rant fabrics. 14.85 to 24.85 S&L Buy Your Coat on Our Lay-Away Plan

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