The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1938 · Page 4
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IS, gteA3g<^trppefPM^ Ou^Asks Ban On Side Shows At Fair, Also Would Cut Admission Fee CRITICIZE, OFFER SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT with a baby must stand and hold it M no one will offer them a chair. It seenw like there could be, without too much effort, a place for mothers with babies only. Another suggestion was that any article taking a place one year should be automatically ruled out «>*«. T n /4iaa Tnflofa ftffer to let all have a fair chance at the Say Ladies loiiets uner prize ^ They wouM ^ so , jke to Me No PrivaCV: Hula Hula' names of the owners on the prize- no jritvrt*,jr, **««* 'winning pieces. It seems at pres- ShOUld DO RUled en t the articles are iudged^without Out, Say Four Corners Four Corners: At a recent meeting of the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club the roll call was answered with what each member thought our county fair needed to aid in its improvement The largest number requested doing away with all side shows of a questionable character. Many figured the price of admission too high and agreed there should be no gate admission if the grand stand rates continue what they now are. Others figured there should be more free attractions. Doors on the tolleU in the women's rest room were mentioned as a necessity as one feels there is no privacy. Many who can attend the fair only in the evening would like to have the Floral Hall open evenings so they could view the exhibits. Ask Better Lighting A better lighting system wa» deemed necessary for the parking area, as one fell fell over a stump In the dark and injured her ankle. Holes filled up and more graveled walks were also thought advisable. More chairs at the rest room and a place for tired mothers with small sleeping children that have to be held or carried all afternoon wa» the plea of one mother with two small children. Only a few chairs or benches are now provided at the rest room and it seems that these are always occupied and a mother entified with a number or something and th enames could be put on after the judging was over. AdmiMlon Too High? AH agreed the price of admission was too high for them to attend as much as they otherwise would. One member having a large family has not attended the fair for eight years as they cannot afford the admission price and as they can only go one day do not feel they could afford a season Ucket to only use once or twice. The ladies signed a petition last fall to bar hula-hula dancers from the fair grounds . These suggestions by the women of this organization were deemed steps to help put our county fair over in a bigger and better way. Gets Blood Poison While Butchering Wesley: Word was received here that Leo Studer of Woden was confined to his bed with blood poison in his leg caused by a gash he received on the knee while butchering last week. He operates the locker at Woden. He Is a brother of Joe Studer and until a few months ago farmed south of Wesley. BURT CLUB GETS RED RIBBON Year Book Brings Award Boone Convention Woman's Club Mrs. Mabel Higgins of Burt visited a few days with her father, J. V. PennelL TREAT YOURSELF TO A REGULAR PRICE Phillip* 66 Poly Ga* U high- te*t, high VMityfieilutoi*- tailored gaiolinc. It if only natural that it should give you smoother, peppier performance than ordinary low test motor fuels. Yet, it probably costs no more than the gasoline you are using now. Get a trial tankful of Phillips 60. Sc-c if you don't find it y •: more for your gaso- HARMS OIL COMPANY Independent Distributor*, Algeria, Iowa F. R. Ilaldeman, Bulk Station Agent Phones 41 or 298 Burt: At the meeting of the Burt Woman's club last Monday evening a letter was read announcing that the Burt club had been awarded the red ribbon on their year book at the district federation meeting at Boone. This years program is on the general topic, "Our Cultural Heritage." Mrs. J. M. Doms was t'.-e chaiiman of the program com- r.iiilee. Mrs. M. M. Ch'pman, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mrs. Maude Hanna were the other members of the committee. Z5 Vn. \n Ministry The Rev. L. Rlchmann attended a Luthsran conference at Emmetsburg from Tuesday to Thursday. He was speaker Wednesday evening at a service honoring two pastors who were celebrating their 25th anniversary in the ministry. Visitors From Canada A week ago Friday Mrs. Will Core, son. Will and daughter, Freda, of Burley, Idaho, came for a visit with Mrs. Core's sister, Mrs. Lydla Koestler. On Sunday another sis- er, Mrs. Freda Bauman, St. Bene- lic, Saskatchewan, Canada, arrived. Tuesday Mrs. Koeslle> and her guests left for Bricelyn, Minn, where hey visited the E. A. Hansens. From here they went to Hector, Minn., to visit the Will Heerdt family and then went on to Rlchland, Wis., to visit another sister and brother. Mrs. Will Core lived In this vicln- ty at one time, but had not been icre for more than thirty years. The group returned to Burt Sunday. Dr. B. K. Bahnson attended an osteopathic meeting at Ottosen last week Monday evening. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Katherine Manus attended the postmasters' meeting at Lakota Friday evening. The junior class entertained the seniors at a party at the George Worden farm home Friday evening. Eleanor Vogel, Grinneli college student, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lee and Mrs. W. C. Hathaway. Eagle Grove visited from Wednesday to Friday at the J. N. Holding home. Henry Thompson came last week Monday to visit his sisters, Mrs. Carrie Blossom and Miss Jennie Thompson. Mr. Thompson lives in California. A crew of men have been puttinf In larger poles for the electric Ugh wires the past week, A new wate; main was also put in in the north end of town on the cemetery rtreet. TOW R«v. and «** W«r» p. Ive», Ltan Grove, called at the Presbyterian manse last week Tuesday. The Rev. Dams and Rev. Ives were in the seminary together. Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mrs. W. W. Boettchcr, and Mrs. Charles Scott attended tne American Legion fall conference at Fort Dodge on Thursday. Patty Trainer came Thursday to I spend a few days with her friend, " Mary Lou McDonald. The H. W. Trainers who have been living in Davenport, arc moving to Grand Rapids, Minn. The G. H. McMullens returned last week Tuesday from Russell, where they visited Mrs. McMullen'* mother, Mrs. Ida Penfield, who returned with them for an extended visit with the McMullens. The Rev. Thoburn Speicher, Mrs. Miss l>o»na Jean Bailey of Peaton and Harold Fu-Idls of Stnmet*- burg vlslteu at the horrc of the former's sifter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow- Mr, and Mrs. Art Vlgdal, Theodore Welby and Wayne Christensen vis- ed Sunday with the former's son, James Vlgdal, who Is attending Iowa State College at Ames. Anthony Shaw was operated on with major surgery at the Fort Dodge hospital, Monday morning. Mrs. Shaw and her son. Sterling Ray were with him Monday also. Miss Mftxlne Erlckson of St. Paul visited a few days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erlckson. Miss Erlckson is a student nurse at Mounds Park hospital in «m of Mr. aaB ISowM son cf tamrTe* tSty. The infsrft , 17th at BKawanrtlte, -where ft was born Sttftday, Oct. Ifith. Miss Irene SwWjswi <of Wctertasr CSty visated with friwrite JMH* BvW the-sreefewd, ^>e •**» fwnssrTy the Junior high scnnril prh>olp«a Wi8 gtrkf basketball wwrih town. S«ne yean ago «** also taught -«tt im- Verne. S» was fconorea st * tttiUge party at the John KJnffStrjn home Saturday evening. "Dub" Mittag General Hauling Phone 368 Algona, Iowa Word has been received here from FRfcE MERCHANDISE CUMMINGS ANNUAL 88c SALE FOB AMSONA'S ECONOMY DAYS ^Friday Saturday Oct. 27-28-29 ', welcome news for Thrifty Kossuth Coimtyl t at the start, of a new season, we announce a rous- nlc -if fn*h, 'new merchandise. Come » and get favori o« while the stock is at high tide. PJenty eve^oa;, but how long they'll last we can't say. Make a date now for this "Big Annual Sale Too Many I sec liy the Algeria new*papers that a certain lady In this county hus 22 drawers. My way of thinking that la loo many fur convenience. We are in the same Ox, we have too many pajamas and nljjht nhirta. The only (inference in her druwera arc uuill i" the wall to hold thin«.j while our pajamas and night fchirU urc out on the table* reudy for bale and we are sure htlling them sirue we reduced the price to 10c. We have many other bargains, u whole flock of them. Ladies bed room slippers, 25«; womtn'n and misses' dress overshoes, Tic; women's 4-bucklc, all rubber overshoes for out door wear, $1.23; boys' shoes, double leather soles, sizes 11 to 2 at $1.85; children's oxfords, size 8 to 12 at 89c; men's suede fchirts, 59c; men's part woo! aox, 2 pairs /or 25c; boys' school pants, sizes up to JO at *»c; boys' and girls sweaters, all sizes up to 'M, at 4flc; men's wool liners at Ittc; wonderful work sox in brown, gray and white :il lUc a pair. Lot:, of bargain*-customers happy. Uusiness away ahead of last year. I have good help. We had a big run Hriturduy without, uiismating a pair of shoes. Not a Io«t package ur u mistake of any kind. I am especially proud of the two girla tiiat girl, Uculah, can sure sell shots. As a shoe litter she knows her stuff. A natural born sale.* lady. Gertrude rang up $1000.00 Saturday, took care of the sales slips, collected slow check, took care of the bundles, saw that customers helping themselves paid for wha.t they got. All thia and only 3 cents long at the end of the day. It any one thinks that is not a full day's work, juit try U. Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA « yffffjgyffigjtfft^^ G. C. Allen, Mrs. A. G. Volentine, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and Lulu Hawcott attended the Algona and Fort Dodge districts Sunday School meeting at the Algona Methodist church Thursday. A. H. Menlzer had a major operation at the Mayo hospital at Rochester, Minn., Wednesday. Mrs Meinzer returned home Thursday and left him getting along nicely Mr. Meinzer has conducted a jewelry store here for many year*. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel attended th< Union Mothers and Daughters club meeting which met with Mrs. Durward McArlhur near Irvington^on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Torn Keid was assisting hostess. Mrs. gel ; ; ive . n •••• count of her re- :erit IID i" < '-ihf'/inia. },; , ':;.. ..... .;<.:... .on, Stillwater, Minn.. vi...<- '. I. ...i Wednesday to Satun y a', she Will Hingsdorf and Mrs. T. <:Sbi • Kin • .dorf homes. Hhe Is Mr ::ingi.':-jrf'.. sister. .She carnc with ) Jr. an>! Mr:; Frank Uau, who carnc to attuu.1 ll.e funeral of Mrs. Herman Dau at Algona. The high school band will give its first concert of the year Friday evening, Oct. 2H, in the school auditorium. The concert is being held to raise money for a new busa clarinet. Most of the band members went to Estherville Thursday afternoon to see the U. S. Navy band which gave a special concert in the afternoon for members of the high school bands in the surrounding territory. ABMSTRONG NEWSii Is Your Coat die Correct Length? TouTl be wanting It right a-wsy, so better send it to us today for shortening and repairs as -wen as cleaning and pressing. Our repair department IE always at JTOUT service and. charges are moderate. Now is a good time to have those soiled summer things cleaned before you put them away. The ELK Cleaners Phone 330 NORMAN & PEBBY We Deliver NO PRICES CHANGED BUT EVERY $1.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE COSTS ONLY 88c Ju,l Shop a* Y<m U»ually Do, Then When You Have » elected all You Need, the 88c Rate on Each $1 Will be yours at the Cash Register SELECT YOUR NEEDS FROM THE LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN ALGONA 5e to fflUOO Store GiN* Aero ' ""* Here's Big News! CHEVROLET PRICES GREATLY REDUCED Come in Today See this marvelous new Chevrolet for 1939 . . The highest quality motor car ever offered in the entire history of low-cost motoring . . with all these sensational new features making it the outstanding car for all-round satisfaction as well as the biggest buy in motordom. SEE IT—DRIVE 17—TO DAY I BUY A CHEVROLET AND BE SATISFIED. CHEVROLET'S FAMOUS VALVE- IN-HEAD SIX » ri "J . «. '*««, ' If '*** m CHOICE •«°*&*ZZ>*f Miss Viola Buclian of Des Moine visited a few days with her mother Mrs. J. A. Haisman. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind lei Sunday morning for a weeks visi with relatives at Watertown, Bout l-mkota. Dave Smith of Minneapolis vlsil ed from Saturday until Tuesday a the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Korrest Krickson. Lorraine Jobnaon who has been attending business college at Man- kuto, Minn., spent a few days with her father, Joe Johnson. Mrs. Edward Klwood of Spirit Lake is visiting old friends here. She will bo remembered as the former Mae Mlxell of this vicinity. Again More Quality AT SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED PRICES tOCAL JM HKVROLF CHEVROLET DEALER Phone 200 Kossuth Motor Co. OLABENOE MOBEELL North Dodge Street

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