The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1938
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tfoper Peg Mofaes, AJgoria, Iowa, tfov. 1C, 1938 A. WHITEHILL, BURT RESIDENT 43 YEARS, BURIED Born in Vermont; Wife and Four Children Sur-, iriire; Was Also An Early Irvington Resident -~ Surt: Funeral services for H. A. Whitehill were held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon, the pastor of the Bancroft Baptist church conducting the services, assisted by the Rev. Thoburn Spelch- £f. Alonzo Whltehllt was born Jan. n, 1853 at Groton, Vermont. When two years of age he moved to Prairie du Sac, Wls. Here he grew to manhood. Before his marriage he came to Irvlttgton, where he -spent a couple of years. He returned to Wisconsin for a time and on March 3, 1878 at West Point, Wls., he was married to Ada Task- •=er. Shortly afterwards Mr. Whito- hlll returned to Irvington, where they made their home for a number of years. They lived on a ;farm In Port!Ad township for a year after which they moved to Bancroft, where «hey lived nine years. Forty-three years ago they moved to Burl xrthere they have • since made their home. For many .years Mr. Whitehall followed the trade of mason. • Mr. Whitehlll is survived by his wife, who cared for him during the -several years of Illness, and by four children, Lewis T., of San Diego, •Calif., Mrs. J. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock, Claude M. of Bancroft • and Mrs. Lester Johnson of Bancroft and also by one brother, Harvey Whitehlll of Floodwood, Minn. Woman's Club Meeting The Womans club met Monday 'evening with Lulu Hawcott. Mrs. <G. J. F. Vogel was assisting host• ess. The program topic was Our Artistic Heritage and Included roll •call, "A Favorite Picture." "Art of 'Table Arrangement was given by .'Mrs. M. M. Chlpman. This with a lecture with colored stereoptlcon ; slides, "A Book Study," "The Arts" by Hendrik William Van Loon was : given by Mrs". F. L. Ryerson. Haul 600 Tons Beets Floyd Duncan finished harvest- Ing hsl crop of sugar beets on Friday. Between 500 and 600 tons were gathered and hauled to Ledyard, from where they were shipped to Mason City. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher entertained the Fortnightly club Thursday afternoon. Jack McMullen was confined to 'his home last week with flu and an 'infected throat • Mrs. Louise Schmidt left Thursday for Blue River, Wis., to attend the wedding of a niece. J. K. Hansen was on the sick list '•last week. His daughter, Mrs. Clair "Winkle, apent Wednesday with him. Cecil Oodfredson was at Bwea 'City part of last week, assisting; his father, N. M. Godfredson, who was ill. The new Legion hall was used for the first time Armistice evening for the annual Legion and Auxiliary banquet. The Art Fondels went to Whittemore Friday afternoon to visit Mr. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hulbert, Glldden, attended the H. A. Whitehill funeral Thursday and called on Burt friends while here. J. T. Heaney was called to Klester, Minn., Thursday bx news of the death of his father, Tom Heaney, •who died from a stroke. Mrs. A. C. Bernhard will entertain the U. and I. circle Tuesday afternoon, Nov. IS. Mrs. W. R. Chaffee Is assisting hostess. The Presbyterian Mite society -will hold Its annual bazaar Friday, 'Nov. 18. Dinner will be served at •noon and the usual things will be on sale. Ed Thaves has moved his insurance office from the Buell building to the Stow building which was recently vacated by the Moore Mattress Co. Mrs. Nlel Nielsen, Spencer, visited her mother, Mrs. Dora Armstrong, last week and attended the funeral of her great-uncle, H. A. Whitehlll, Thursday. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. F. O. Stowfi last Tuesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Each guest took s> Jar of jam or jelly and a dish towel. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blumer moved into their new residence in Algona the latter part of last week. Mrs. Blumer was formerly Mrs. Lillian Slgler of Burt and Mr. Blumer is a LuVerne farmer. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roetman spent Friday at Sanborn, where Mr. Roetman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Roetman, were celebrating their •wedding anniversary with a large gathering of relatives and friends. Wesley Auxiliary Has Reached Its Quota Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night, Nov. 7th, in their rooms with ten members present. The group favored a suggestion made by the community service chairman, Mrs. Leo Bieich, to donate $5 to the Parent-Teachers association to be used to help pay for vaccination of school children for diphtheria and small pox. The membership drive has been completed ano the Auxiliary now has its quota of 33 members. A carpet rag and radio party was held at the H. H. Flora, 6r., horn* Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. Viola Studer serving. Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr. served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins went to Mason City Saturday night and visited at the F. M. Smith horn* until Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer »nd family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenbake at Whittemore. Mrs Brling Flom will entertain the Stitch and Chat circle of the Methodist Ladles' Aid on Wednesday, Nov. 16th. Hilda OoeU, R. N.. visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. «Sd Mrs. Anton Goet* WM Ctort* M a nurse at the Veterans' hospital at Madison; Wls. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henderson and sort, Jackie, and Mrs. Qus Brandt and two daughters, Kath- erlna and Mary Lou of Clear Lake visited at the R, C. Bauer home one Sunday recently. Mrs. Alfred Erdman will be the hostess to the Study club on Thursday, Nov. 17th. Mrs, Milton Gld- dlngs will Hare the lesson on "Parent education" with Mrs. August Studer assisting. WESLEY NEWS Junior Diekman was home front Algona for Armistice Day. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Gamblln are parents of a baby girl born to them Nov. 10 at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. Lorenz have received word from their son, Joe, that he has been transferred to shore ^uty fwafl 8f §*attl». He made the ft*****? ftittttt A week ago. The AmerfOM itiffcft Auxiliary held a carpet r&g *« fe&te party at the H. H. Flora, St« IWWeV Ten members attended with M>«, J, T". Meurer and Mrs. J. L. Studer sew* ing. R P. Hennon of Brltt was arrested on highway 18, Tuesday, Nov. 8, by Patrolman R. E. Fowler. Hennon pleaded guilty of intoxication and was given a fine of $5 and costs. Mrs. Simon Hlrner came home Saturday from the General hospital at Algona. She had been a patient there for five weeks and had sub- rnlted to a major operation two weeks ago. Mr, Orville Downs was brought to fter home at St. Benedict last WeutosdA? from the Mercy hospital in MflMfi City, where she had submitted to a major operation two weeks pravlmfc. Nathan Studer and Emma, left on Wednesday for Dubuque where they •XjjAftt to remain until March 1. Ben Woife fefe father and sister to Du- taftfttF by unto. J. P. Studer win loo* gfter hfe father's home during the wftttev. Mr*. San* Ms« returned Tuesday evening; from' 1 Dtra Koines where she went SuffAty 60 attend a state beauty operators' ctftivvntfon. Her sister, Mrs. SlfaS Eflp> of Story City, also a beauty' prtVlW operator, accompanied (wrr. Mrs. George Aldrlcfr tfntevtitfemf the members of n«r bridge' clofe on Thursday afternoon at two tables. Mrs. Alfred FJfdman won high prize and Mrs. Leo Bfeicn got second high. Mrs. Lael Root will entertain the group on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The Woman's Foreign Missionary asoclatlon met at the" Milton Gid- dlngs home Friday Afternoon. Mrs. John Amesbury gave the lesson and Mrs. Chas. Kraus gave the devotions. Mrs. Paul Erdman and Mrs. A. E. Giddings were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton entertained Tuesday, Mrs. Rebecca Adams, Mrs. Grace Stevens of Clear Lake, and Miss Bess Ztm- mers, York, Pa., cousin of Mrs. Benton. Mrs. Adams is an aunt of the three ladies. Charles Kraus returned Monday morning from Boscobel, Wls., where' he had gone Thursday to attend the funeral of his brotner, Fred, about 67 years old, who died Thursday. Accompanying Charles was his brother, Jacob of Manly. There Is another brother, Will and a sister, Mrs. John Lemke, both of Wisconsin. Sale Starts Wednesday Morning NOVEMBER 16th GRAHAM'S Be Here on Time! Doors Open Promptly at 9. A M. Sale Starts Wednesday Morning NOVEMBER I6th Algeria's Biggest Fall Season Shopping Event Bargains Galore In a Big 10 Day Managers Sale Beg. 69c quality, an exceptional value for the Manager's Sale D 66"x80" Beacon Blankets $1 A A Indian Designs, reg. $1.98 value l«rt D Child's Union Suits A7 r Short sleeve, knee length, reg. 59c ,"• *» a 70"x80" Beacon Blankets $9 flC All over designs, regular $3.49 value ti»OO D 70"x90" Lace Cloth $1, All over dealnns—remilar X3.49 .....*• fl Child's Knit Sleepers I—I Pink or gray, all sizes All over designs—regular $3.49 Q Child's Knit Mitts All-wool, assorted colors D Heavy Weight Outing 17 r Beautiful Patterns, 36 In. width.... * • V D Beacon Robe Blankets $1 QQ Reg. $2.29,'66x80 jacquard patterns .........** v/v ' D 3 Ib. Part Wool Batts fifi- 6096 wool for the heavy comfort ....V*''*' D 27 in. White Outing fi r Reg. 12Wc heavy quality uv D 81"x96" Quilt Batts AA C Glazed finish, regular 59c .""%, D Child's Sweaters Q7 r Values to $1.00 and $1.2!^choice , V* *• D 81"x99" Durable Sheets fi7 r Fine thread count, «:ood size _ _'.._ 5" ^" 25c Fast Color Smocks ;„,.,., ».,.,., Guaranteed'reg. $1.00 value „.„.„* _....._...' l»-'3. sr-s.7*«*3k« in color or a P| Ladies' Wash Frocks $1 77 , |—| I 1 Brand new.—Re*. S1.98 bargains A»* ' I 1 Part Wool Blankets 70x80 singles. A regular $1.29 value for the Manager's Sale D Ladies' Outing Gowns Plain colors or stripe patterns .... I I Ladies' Jersey Bloomers ??*» ' ' Asst. colors—sizes 36 to 44 —- *<**V Tuck Stitch Vests-Panties Part wool—cut to fit and wear ».. g-g^s«%M?ifs».y[jf<5< 44c FREE TO THE FIRST 1OO FREE Ladies Buying an Item from this Advertisement. We Will Give Absolutely Free A Very Useful - Beautiful Kitchen Towel. _ ^wwfsmntsfi^ "$ioo ' Zipper front—fancy back „ „ JL»i/O D "Sonja Henie" Sweaters $1 I Snappy styles—asst colors .*•• D Ladies' Barrel! Sweaters < Just received a new shipment Fine thread count, good size Men's Part Wool Sox A good heavy weight, values f—|70"x80" Beacon Blankets $9 C7 ' -I Robe designs—fine for comforts t*»lfV D Ladies' Rayon Pajamas $1 00 New Patterns, new fabrics l.VU 1 f~~J Ladies' Dress Gloves yjp Suits For the child—aged 1-2-3 *3.49 I——1 The newest fall fashions and colors , |~| Plaid Dress Crepes I -I 38 inch—newest patterns _ a Men's Part Wool Unions $1 flO Reg. $1.29 value—sizes 36 to 44 l»Ve7 D Misses' Knit Gloves All wool novelty designs _ D Child's Dresses Made of 80 square percales D Men's Sweaters Q8/» Fleece lined-with collars k «/OL D Boys' Polo Shirts 70,, Long sleeve—asst colors • *f V. D Boys' Trousers $1 9C Elastic band at top—sizes fl to 12 A»ZnJ D Boys' Dress Sox Rayon plaited—all sizes D Ladies' Part Wool Hose Assorted colors—regular 29c values .... p| Child's Cotton Hose 29c OC- fcillv* D Beacon Robe Blankets 60x80 reg. $2.99— well bound Ladies' Silk Slips Knit or crepe — regular $1.00 Full length— sizes 6 to 9Mr Child's Knit Caps 47- I I All wool, assorted colors r ~ • ** r~| Part Wool Double Blankets 1 ££ 1—J 66x80, regular $1.98 value ...,.., 1»W r~I Hit and Miss Rag Rugs 9?r I I 26x60—very special price »..- •* ' ^» P]25% Wool Double Blankets Q fig I—I 72x84 size—regular $4.69 value «J«UU 9c D Boys' Outing Pajamas Q7 r Heavyweight, sizes 8 to 16 _ ** ' *» D Rayon Stripe Vests Ladies sizes—resr. 29c values Full Fashioned Hose Regular 89c—newest shades 49c 88c 25c D Child's Printed Sleepers fiO r "Funnv" character riivuic-ns . "»/\» New Rayon Panties Lace trim or plain cloths "Funny" character designs D Ladies' Outing Gowns All sizes—plain or stripe patterns D Tuck Stitch Vests-Panties Regular 25c—aize S-M-L ! 72x84 size—regular $4.69 PI 98 lb. Flour Sacks I—I Full bleached—soft finish ... Ladies sizes—reg. 29c values Men's Union Suits A regular 98c value, exceptional value for the Manager's Sale 3 Ib. Comfort Batts D China Cotton Batts CA Ideal for that better quilt tl*/C 25c Men's Flannell Shirts 77_ Heavy quality, reg. 98c I I C Ladies' Cotton Hose Fine mercerized, asst. colors I I Infants' Cotton Vests 9C,, ' 1 Soft knit—for cradle £«JC Silk Dress Lengths Just received for the sale Boys' Lined Mittens Leather—water repellent 5.98 49c 72 x 84 Double Blankets D Men's Fleeced Unions QQ r Regular $1.19—sizes 38 to 46 «JUV I I Ladies' .Jersey Bloomers I— I Full cut, heavy quality ....... _ .......... .... Fast Color Aprons 80 square prints—fast color n Men's Lined Gloves Made of soft finish leather Newest Card Tables New designs and colors, reg. $1.25 D Child's Union Suits Long sleeve and leg. Reg. 69c .... D Rayon Stripe Unions Ladies sizes— sizes 36 to 44 r~l 50 Yard Skeins Yarn I i I All colors—all wool PI Ladies' Outing Pajamas I— J Fine quality— new patterns ............... - Fleeced Dress Gloves Ladies sizes—brown or black Child's Jersey Mitts Asst. colors— a real value- 88c 8c 25c lOc 70x80 Cotton Doubles A good full regular $1.39 ue. A bargain Manager Sale

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