The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 7
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Algonan Buys fcoldfield Station an " ,-20-21 Jones Family •with Spring Byington "SAFETY IN NUMBERS" Second Feature ', king of Wild horses in ™ra OF SIERRAS" Thar*. Thro 8»t, Sept 22-24 A Bargain Show I0-21c City . fa iU at the horn . Emily Spencer, confined wit a streptococcus throat Infection. Billy Le« fy^ bec^,, „, jjy, and was confined to his bed dur mg the week end with stomac -w«tiffi'?Sff«!!2S Mason atyTi^ch™^ th week end with her father, A I Long. Mr. and Sirs. L. E. Hovey an to Badger, Sunday, t o A « /ey ' a P arents . Mr. ant '• S. A. Hovey. Rational church, Sunday. Th minister will be Rev. David R. Mar in of Pelican Rapids, Minn. Louise Mmrnuson ha* moved from he Janse apartment and has taken ^ at the home of Mr. and Mrs Williams on East McGi treet. iff. an< | Mrs. W. W. Fletcher of Minneapolis were guests of Mr. and »f.i * W> Morck from Thursday ntil Saturday. The women are sters. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux took ieir son, Andrew, to Ames, Sun- ay to enter his second year of veterinary medicine State College. Ellis of Brooklyn, New Friday for a month's with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Council Oak Store Wed.-Thurs. SPECIALS Tac-Cut COFFEE 2-1 lb. cans 47c SPINACH No. 2)4 can 9c RAISINS, Sun Maid 15 m. 8c PEAS, Superb u oz . can lOc Pineapple, Dolp 1 Tidbits 8 o/. 7o IVORY SOAP, 10 oz. bar Oc .°> for •I Erick Nelson and her sister, Mrs | Frank Kohlhaas. Mrs. W. JT. Bourne nnderwwit « major operation at the Park Hospital, Thursday night, at Mason City. She is recovering satisfactorily at this time. M*ry Foster and her friend, Dorothy Fox were week end guests of Mary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Foster. Both girls are teachers In the Prlmghar schools. Mrs, Mary Von Berg, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer of Burt, and Mrs. Albert Granzow and son, Boyd, were guests of 21c IVOHY SOAP Guest Cnke 4c APRICOT NECTAR .12 ox. 8c TEACH NECTAR 12 ox. Sc 48 oz. 22c Sept. 26-27 Extended run "BOYS TOWN Serial "Dick Tracy Return*" PEAR NECTAR 13 o. So LIVER, Beef _ lb. Wo OX-TAILS lb. oc COOKIES, Fancy 2 Ibs. 25o DATES, Bulk /. 9 KM. 19c Mrs. Kate Dittmer, Saturday. Gertrude Zender and Mary Elizabeth Godden drove to Dubuque, Sunday, where they will attend :iark College. Gertrude will be a senior and Mary Elizabeth a freshman. Mr. and Mrs, Claude Seeley of Algona are the parents of a baby daughter, Claudette Kay, born a't he Kossuth hospital, Wednesday, Sept. 14. The young lady weighed ix pounds and seven ounces. Henry Ouderlan mashed his thumb between a hammer and chisel on 'riday evening while he was,doing ome work about the house. Tha njury required a doctor's care, but oesn't keep Henry from delivering mail as usual". A daughter, Margaret Gibson, •elghlng seven pounds, was born to fr. and Mrs. John McDowell, at he Kossuth hospital, Wednesday, eptember 14th. The McDowells ave one other child, a son, Allen, ve years old. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, Mrs. — .-__-,. U.I.BK .BWHB^Jf 1IBI tit Clair Anderson. Mrs. Walter Fraser, and daughter, Eleanor, drove to Fort Dodge, Friday afternoon to see Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. Louise Hyde, who is seriously 111 in St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. L. W. Fox attended a county school for presidents and secretaries of the American Legion Auxiliary units at Swea City, Tuesday of last week. There were nine towns represented. Mrs. Fox is the president of the local unit. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Saul nnd Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sweancy of Mrs. Lloyd Mnckey is ill and con fined to her bed at home. Mrs. Elsie Cfcdy and daughter Evelyn, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A Pannkuk at Fairmont, Minnesota Saturday. Mrs. ». A. Wagner and Mrs. Jerry Schoon of Buffalo Center visited at the Frank Sterling home Saturday. tmelda Dooley, Kossuth county deputy recorder is visiting friends at Dubuque today (Tuesday) and Wednesday. Rita Dooley of Des Moines arrived Thursday and visited over the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovpy and family drove to Badger, Sunday, to visit Mr. Hovey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrip nnd son David, of Mason City were week end guests of Mrs. Berrie's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tyrrpll Ingersoll of Cedar Rapids were week end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Tyrrell Ingersoll is an attorney. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Little and son Merlin, drove to Humboldt, Sundav and were dinner guests at the home of the former's brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Little, Jr. Mrs. M. w. Ferguson Is spending the week visiting in Des Moines with her niece, Miss Lola Dreesman. Miss Dreesman is the assistant principal at the Saylor school. Sherry Lee, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh, was baptized in the Trinity Lutheran church Sunday. Mrs. Will Dau, Harry Helmich and Martha Helmich were the sponsors for the child. Zeno Bass, mother of Mrs. Algona, Iowa. Sept. 20.1938 LAKOTA FARM YOUTH RITES SEPTEMBER 10TH Arthur Adolph Pnulson, son of Mr and Mrs. Adolph Paulson of Lnkota passed awa/at Buffalo Center Wednesday. Sept. 11. nt the age of 20 years. 11 months and 18 days. . His tin Vn me , as a rcsult of complicn- pnrf- H° Wing nn °P ern "°n for ap- Pendic.tis. He had enjoyed The deceased was born near Algona on Sept 19. 1917. He was confirmed in the Immanuel Lutheran church of Bancroft on June 4. 1933, and had been a faithful member of his church. Funeral services were held at the home on Saturday. Sept. 19. at 1:30 p. m., and at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Bancroft at 2-30 p m., with Pastor M. A. Sjostrand officiating. Mrs. M. A. SJontrand rendered two vocal selections at the church service. Six of Arthur's friends acted n mil bearers, namely, Adolph Fries >., Ernest and Bernard Richenberg T. Maurice and Irvin Fnrrow an -..vie Priebe. Interment wns made in Green vood cemetery nt Bancroft Inspect Ice Caves Lone Rock: Mrs. Hattie Sprank and children and Anna Flaig drove to the O. J. Burts near Armstrong Sunday, where all and the Clarenc* Andersons drove to Harmony, Minn,, to visit the Niagara Ice Caves. USED Carroll, were house guests of Major nnd Mrs. L. T. Snul during the week end. Mr. Snul and Mr. Swcnncy arc partners at Inw. and are the father nnd brotlrer-in-law of Major Saul John Hargreavcs arrived last week Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hnrgreaves and other Algona relatives and friends. John s employed In the offices of Swift & Company at Salisbury, Maryland. Jonn Stewart, little daughter of itr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, re- urncd to Iowa Falls with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Seamlsh. Wednesday. The Bcam- shes had visited relatives several ays here. Joan will return Sun- ay with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jeamish, who will go to Iowa Falls o attend a sales meeting. Naonil Baxter of Mason Olty began work last week at the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan law office. Florence Mertz of West Bend, who had been there the paat month Is leaving for Kansas City. Miss Bax . ter had previously assisted in the office for a short time. Phyllis -— —....«. uw »» t iiiumer 01 iMrs. Walter Roberts, and Miss Anna Ros* Bass sister of Mrs. Walter Roberts! Jeft Monday for their home at Strahan, Iowa, after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roberts here. Mrs. Walter Good returned Saturday from Anamosa, where she hid been for an extensive visit with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Benner and helping care for her new grandson •Robert Bruce, who was born on Sept. 3. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hollis Tralnrr of Davenport, Iowa, and Patricia, their daughter, spent the week end an guests at the R. B. Waller homo Mr. Trniner drove up for Field Day. Mrs. Trniner is a sister of Mrs. Waller. Mr. and .Mrs. Ed Hncklmrth anil family, Mrs. Louis Hintz, Mrs Frieda Stcussy, Ellen Steussy, Lylc Raney and Rev. and Mrs. P I Braner attended the mission festival of the Zion Lutheran church at LuVernc Sunday. r, Cl ! a! or' Crctzll "'ypt and his friend, Paul Shaw of Boston, Mass, who has been a guest at the Cretzmcycr home for the past few weeks are caving for Boston. Wednesday They are driving through, and will attend Harvard University. Bernard Wallace flew from Randolph Field near San Antonio, Texas, for the week end with his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace and to attend the conservation jeague field day at Bancroft. Mr. Wallace is a United States army pilot. Mr. and Mrs. diet Schoby, Eugenia Little and Betty Scanlon took i, new, at T a,i J sedan ' excellent condition 0* .LaSalle, very clean '32 Ford V-8 Tudor '32 Plymouth Coupe '31 Chevrolet Coach Wo must sell to make room for now '3!) cars We Give S. & H. Green Stamps . Parsons, who has been employed in the office a number of years, is taking an enforced vacation on ac count of illness. in Range Value u «, anon oo the Schoby daughter, Catherine to Des Moines. Sunday, where she wil THE COMPANION has everything that makes a good range. Exquisite beauty, generous size, distinctive style, beautiful new porcelain colors and the finest heavy weight materials reinforcing every vital point to assure durability years beyond all other ranges in its price class. It's tho top in range value; a grand range at a moderate price. $106.50 Many new and entirely exclusive patented features are embodied in the SOUTH BEND COMPANION—de vices to protect the enamel, cut fuel costs, quicken and improve its baking, add strength and long life, and make firing, cleaning and cooking fur easier. Depend on the COMPANION to be the greatest range value at its price— forty years exclusive fine range building experience is behind it. TERMS Kofilti &s . , visit In the Barker Ten Room. Th stopped at Ames enroute to visi' their son, Frank, who Is a studen nt the Iowa State College. Charles Stavrnson, who has boo traveling during the summer for tl Northrup King Seed Company Missouri, visited his mother Mr Theo. Herbst Friday night. Satu (Jay morning he nnd Virginia More- drove to Minneapolis, where the will attend the University of Min nesota. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Horn of Roc Island III., Rose Horn of Mii.ni *Ia., Hilda Horn of Waterloo nn George Zeike of Rock Island, wer week end guests nt the home of Mr nnd Mrs. Floyd Blunders. Mr Horn and Rose and Hildn Horn nr brother ant! sisters of Mrs Saun tiers. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and dauxh ter. Mary Susan, and son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Des Moines were guests of Mrs. Smith' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Barry, Sunday. The event was to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and W A Barry. Mrs. Charles Rerroen and her »on, Bob, of Sarasota, Fla., left Monday evening, after spending the summer with Mrs. Remscn's parents Mr and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. Bob has been with Mr. and Mrs. W H Bosworth on a farm north of Algona, but will return to Porter's Military Academy at Charleston .South Carolina, for the romin« year. Mr. and Mr*. J. II. Holtzermurm were (,'ue.sts of Mr. nnd Mrs J T Holtzermann. They were on their way to their new home in Minneiip- olis following a two months' wedding trip, touring Europe, nnd .1 cruise on the Mediterranean sen. Mr. Holtzermann is a merchant in a Minneapolis store of imported Koods and his wife is a native of Vienna, Austria. Mr. uiid Mrs. Raymond Reomislr and two children. Jean Rae and Jerry, drove to Iowa Falls, Sun- lay. to visit with relatives, and Mr. 3eamish attended a sales meeting of the Hoxie Fruit Company. Joan Stewart, little daughter of Mr. and rtrs. Clarence Stewart, returned with them after visiting her grand- •arents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bcam- sh, since Wednesday. Attends St. Joe School St. Joe: Bernice Thill, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. John Thill of Whitemore is attending St. Joseph.* chool and staying with her grand- lother, Mrs. Mary Fuhrmarm. Livermore Woman Hostess, Saturday Livermore: Miss Margaret Malin entertained a company of 26 women at her home here Saturday, the guest of honor being Mrs. Mary Hewitt Robinson of Durango, Colorado. The time was spent socially. All of the guests were old frienda of Mrs. Robinson when she lived in Livermore before her marriage. Out of town guests were Mrs. A, G. Gates of Milwaukee, Mrs. O. H. Johnson and Mrs. Carl Morrison of Humboldt. The hostess served a delicious lunch at the close. Veedol Wlllard Battory Service Quaker State Tydol Gas Orwwlng: Enarco Oil M j Hoenk Motor Service m Phone 291 West of Court House """"""T'^VWVW Specials for Cooking School Days Wednesday-Thursday Dill Pickles qt . jars 1?c Cocoa 2 , b can lgc Northern Tissue 4 rolls 24c Mustard qt.jarslSc Salmon, fancy pink lb. cans, 2 for 25c Pumpkin, Peas or Kraut __No. 2 sise can, 3 - 25c «> Handle All II™, IVmonstratod nt Tho Cooking School nnd Prize Champion Beef on Sale Thursday Lo.i vo you r- orders for special outs Priced from 15c to 50c per lb. Veal 'Chops lb ^ Veal Roast lb m Steak, Round or Sir Loin lb. 28c Fresh Fish and Oysters TOP PRICES FOR BOGS Sorensen Grocery Co. \\, r ~ TI_I: with the greatest bargains in New Fall Clothing AN "ESQUIRE" SPECIAL JARMAN 'MUSKETEERS' Sport Oxfords < Yi-jM. S,,l«.s, fhf> ncm'.st thin K , variety of models Curlee Fall Suits Nationally famou* for Quality, Stylo and Long Woar $ 19 5 ° *24 50 NEW FALL Topcoats 0 <« *24 50 New Fall Nor-East Ties $ l QQ Cooper's Y-Front Shorts 50c Paris Free-Swing Suspenders $ j 00 Famous "Jayson" Shirts $1.65*1.95 A Word About Fall Merchandise Then- aiv two things in buying clothes for nion and boys'that wo keep in mind, ahvavs. First is Quality. \Vithoiit if', no purchase is a "bargain". The second is reasonable cost. Phis stoiv sincerely endeavors to offer the public a dollar's worth of value for each dollar you spend. \Ve stand back of our merchandise. Yon will <«-et real quality at a fair price here MISBACH'S FOR MEN'S WEAR

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