The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1938
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The Algona Upper Dffl Moinag, Algona^ Iowa, Nov. 22,1938 3CK* Mefitot man* tit ****2 ***** ** *** MufHM Wfll Tfciftfc»*fm% Vter with her e. saA Kn ft R. Rising. Waflfcr *M*f RoAert f. gain*** at Am*«, ****** <* THunka tfa* bow* of her Frank Ycra. at , Mrs. _, wSI be to AJjreoa t» tpend Thanks- girmg Day wftJi her mother, Mrs. EL J. JCortagh. Mr. «nd Mrs. O. O. Yoeman of ttooketa win spend Thanksgiving 0*7 wtth their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. B. R, Yoeman. Mr*. Xe*J Smith visited a daughter, Harriet at Ames, Saturday. Harriet is employed In the chemistry division at tfie Iowa State College. Mr*. L. O. Baker and son, Dur- wrood, were visitors at the home of Mr*. C. C. Lucas at Kanawha, Sunday. The women are sisters- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker spent the week end at Ames attending the Iowa State-Oklahoma football game, and In Des Moines with friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and son, Jerry Bob, will be Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonner- holm at Crystal Lake. IOWA We've doubled the light on our screen 1 THAXKSOIVLVO DAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Matinees Thursday and Saturday 1-3:30-6 Here—Prices 10-26c Saturday matinee 21c ^STARLIGHT OVER TEXAS" Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment!-f SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27-80 Des Moines Theatre patrons jam theatre on this one. The surprise picture of the year. SELZHiCK INTERNATIONAL presents The Gayest, Heart "Rend- ingest" adventure you have ever had! THEYOUNG JANET 6AYNO Doug. FAIRBANKS, J Paulette GODDARi R«f««M<i tJtrv United Artn Second Feature Charlie Haggtat Stoptn Fetehit In "HIS EXCITING NIGHT" 10 DAY TIRE SALE LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE ON PULL- MORES — THE ORIG. INAL MUD, SAND AND SNOW TIRE. YOUR OLD TIRES, RE' GARDLESS OF THEIR, CONDITION, ARE WORTH MONEY DUR. ING THIS SALE. The Pullmore tire is the original and only tire which does not require chains in snow, sand, mud or rain. The tapered knobs clean themselves with every revolution. o( the wheel. Iriig I* Your OH Tlr»« and You Only Hav« to Pay Th»«« LOW PRICES 5.98 4.40-4.504.75/21 .. 4.75-5.00 19 $ 6.41 S.25/17 7.31, 5.50 17 8.24 •JO/U 9.2* 4.50/14 11.4ft Change Tire* JOE BLOOM VlrtH Cooper spent the week end In Antes visiting his children. MM. Nlta Isaacson spent Tharn- day visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth. Samp at her home at Mapleton, Minn. Hazel Walker, who clerk* at Hie 8. & L. store, underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Dr. C. H. Cretemeyer attended a state board medical meeting at Hotel Port Des Molnes in Des Molnes, Sunday. Everett Lee took his son, LeRoy, Roger Michel, Junior Long and Bud Morck to see the Iowa State-Oklahoma games at Ames. Mrs. Guy Agard and sons of Goldfield will spend Thanksgiving with another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard, In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and family spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helen at Spencer. Mr*. M. 3, McOIIUvray returned to her home at Garden City, South Dakota, Friday, after visiting a weeR with her sister, Mrs. C. W. Gadd. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckcy and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., attended the Iowa State-Oklahoma football game at Ames, Saturday. Sir. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and son, Bud, Julius Baas, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Knoll attended th'e football game at Ames, Saturday. Thanksgiving services In the English language will be conducted in the Algona Trinity Lutheran church Thursday forenoon at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. and Mrs. 9. C. Buttunan and daughter, Jean, will be dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, at Alta, Iowa, Thanksgiving^ Day. ^ Maurice Michel of Ames and Jane Bennett of Des Moines will arrive Wednesday to spend the week end with the former's mother, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stiles and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Stiles of| Charles City spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Robert Stiles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton. County Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Winkel and family will be Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Winkel's brother and wife, Mr. ana Mrs. Geo. Peterson of Titonka. Jerry Howard and Dave Bee, drove to Cedar Rapids last Friday on a business trip. The Howards will spend Thanksgiving at Ottumwa, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Streit and children, Michael and Margaret Mary, will spend Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Stroll's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan at Emmetsburg. Andrew Moniux, student at the Iowa State College at Ames, will spend Thanksgiving Day and the following week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Thanksgiving services will be held at the First Lutheran church tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members are urged to bring their offerings to this service. , • | Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and children, Darrell and Lois, will drive to Wlnnebago, Minn., Thanksgiving Day to be with Mrs. Barnard's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker are the parents of a baby girl, born last Wendesday. Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, a sister of Mr. Walker is an aunt for the fourth time in the past three months. Kev. and -Mrs. M. A. SJoitrand and their son, Ronald will be Thanksgiving guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, at St. Peter, Minn. Alice RUt arrived Monday morning from Washington, D. C., for a three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Alice Is employed in the Department of Agriculture at Washington. The Lutheran Sunday School teachers' institute of the Algona circuit held at the Trinity Lutheran church, Sunday afternoon, was attended by 85 teachers. R«v. R. W. Kabelitz of Fenton presided. \VaUon March arrived Sunday from Texas, where he has been traveling for the Northrup-King Seed Company, and will visit his mother. Mrs. L. C. Hanson until Friday, at which time he will leave for Iowa City. A ten and a hull pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig at the General hospital last Thursday. The little Miss has been named Sharon Sue. This gives the Ludwig* a fine family of two boys and two girls. Mr. and 3Irs. B. F. Richardson Will drive to Ames. Wednesday for their daughter, Meredith, from where they will go on to Cedar Rapids for Thanksgiving with her sinter, Caroline Schichtl. They will return Friday. Mr. und Mrs. Leo Hpille» and their daughter, Arlene, and Mrs. Hpilles' sister, Mrs. Helen Dingroan and daughter, Betty of Britt, attended open house, honoring the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Airs. Charles DuWitt of West Bend, Sunday. You Can Strut Like a Turkey When your clothes fit well and look up to date, it makes you feel good. You'll be up to the occasion in one of our Tailor Mado Suit*. We can keep your clothes repaired, and altered up to date at all times. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Mr. and Mm. Howard Hoenft were In Minneapolis Sunday and Monday on business. - , • Charted Stevemort, University of Minnesota student at Minneapolis, will spend Thanksgiving Day with his mother, Mrs. Theo. Herbst Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrib and ton, David of Mason City are to be guests Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mrs. Berrte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. Mr, and Aim. Anton Anderson, and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and son, Jerry Bob visited Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm at Crystal Lake, Friday. IMrtd Lawfeneef CHUeaple spent Saturday at Bancroft visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, and brought them home with her for a week end visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson are vacationing on a trip through the Ozarks and southern points. They are expected home the last of the week after a two weeks' jaunt. Mrs. Marvin WoodblU of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Carl Wilson of' Malvern, Iowa, were over-night guests Thursday night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. May and Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines visited at the home of the women's parents, Mr. and Mr.s C. C. Scharlach, during the pheasant hunting season. There will be an all day Fellowship meeting at the Gospel Taber- and Kennedy streets on Thanksgiv- and Kennedy srteets on Thanksgiving. Services will be at 10:30, 2:30 and 7:45. Dr. and Mrs. K, M. Wallace and the latter's sister, Miss Marie Grover of Burt will be Thanksgiving Day guests of the women's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Grover, at Des Moines. Thelnta Aman and friend of Eagle Grove were week end visitors at the home ojf Thelma's mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman. Thelma is owner and operator of the "Fashlonette" Beauty Shop In Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller and niece, Donnabellc Merron, drove to Esthervllle, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson, and Donnabelle's mother, Mrs. Buena Merron. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingham went to Oskaloosa Sunday and will remain until after Thanksgiving at the home of the former's parents. Mr. Ingham is convalescing from an infection in his throat and neck glands, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Dr. and Mrs. S/ W. Meyer attended an ostcopathic meetnig at the Hanford Hotel in Mason City, on Thursday evening. The program consisted of moving pictures and a talk by Dr. Andrews. Bernice Stock and Elaine Hilsteadt have taken rooms in the Mrs. E. J. Murtagh home. They had been living at the home of Mrs. Emily Spencer, who has closed her home, and will spend the winter with a niece In Chicago. Mr. and Mr*. C. F. Erlckson of Minneapolis arrived Friday night at the home of Mr. Erlckson's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erlck- Bon. C. F. Erickson returned to Minneapolis after a week end visit, and Mrs. Erlckson remained for an indefinite visit. Harold Streit, nephew of Mlns Mary Streit, has received an appointment to serve his interneship at the Chicago Mercy hospital, starting: next year in June, at which time he will have completed his medical course at the Loyola School of Medicine at Juoyola, HI. Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mr». Ella Potter, Durwood Potter and Marjorie Stewart drove to Charles City. Sunday, to visit Mrs. Alta Stiles, and to bring home Mrs. L. E. Potter, who has been visiting Mrs. Stiles for a week. Mm. Stiles Is a daughter of Mrs. L, E. Potter. Mrs. W. C. McDougall is in Miuon City with her mother, Mrs. Fred Tubbesing who was recently dismissed as a patient from the Park hospital. Mr. MacDougall and lit- *t!e son, Bob, will join her for Thanksgiving. She plans to stay until the first of the following week. Ed Cullcn of Beaver Dam, U'ix., spent the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Cullen at their home at Whitemore. Ed visited Algona friends briefly, Sunday. He was formerly employed at the Kohlhaas & Spiltes hardware store, and is now traveling for a stove company. Mr. and Mm. A. A. Biohop and the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, visited at the home of Mr. Bishop's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Baldwin at Grundy Center, Sunday. Mrs. Maude McBroom. sister of Mrs. Baldwin, and Ruth Bishop of Iowa City were also gueats at the Baldwin home. Mr, and Mrt». Burdette Agard and the latter's sister, Harriet Davis, who is visiting here from Minneapolis, drove to Ames, Saturday, to attend the Iowa State college football name. Mrs. Nyle Latch and daughter. Verna Lou. rode with them mid went on to State Center. Iowa, to visit her parents over Thanksgiving- I.icut. Luther Fuirliarik* mid Lieut. C. L. Olmstend flew to Port Dodge from Barksilale Field. Shreveport, La., where Dr. and Mrs. U. M. Wallace met them and brought them to Algona for the pheasant hunting season. Lieut. Fairbanks is a nephew of Mrs. Wallace and also of L. E. Fairbanks of Algona. Mr. and Sirs. Harry Larbon and family of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman of Creston, and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kutzli and son of Miles will be Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht. The women are the Specht daughters. The Hoorneman family and the Kutzli family will remain for a week end visit. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Congregational church at Charles City for N. B. Trenor, 68, who died suddenly from a heart attack, Thursday morning. Mr. Trenor was a former telephone manager in Algona from 1910 to 1014 approximately. He was transferred to Charles City and continued aa manager there until 1937, when he was retired. His wife survives. Colder McWborter died at the Presbyterian hospital in Chicago, where he was a member of the staff. He waa the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McWhorter, former well known Algonians, who farmed two miles east of here. Due to failing health, he gave up work about a year ago. He is survived by his widow, three sons, a daughter, and two sisters, Mrs. Elmer Davis of St Paul, and a younger sister of d, Calif., who will be remem- as Gladys McWhorter. t. BCTiuce Stock drove to Des Moines SundAyjM-fltttended a one day normal «TS»"or Wc«mte**r tft«r,Chlcago branch Of tfii Dfiicfnfr Masters' Association. .•?;.*,-.'.--.:.v.^. ....... Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and sons, Douglas, Kenneth and Gordon will drive td Salix. to Spend Ttfcnka- glving Day with Mrs. Brbttrh's parents, Mr. aridMkfrs. B. N.'.Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Rt F. Amfahr, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Curl, Lawrence Youngwlrth and Lawrence Gates attended a Fuller Brush meeting at Fairmont, Minn., at the C. A. Nelson home, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bredatl and daughter, Denese, had dinner and attended the Livermore high school class play at Livermore, Saturday night Alvin Bredall, music instructor in the Livermore schools is a cousin of Mr. Bredall. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne left Saturday morning for the south. They expect to winter at Miami, Fla. Their house has been rented to the J. J. Wadleighs of Irvington during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne expect to visit relatives and friends on their way, and will meet friends at Gainesville, FJa., and spend the winter with them. The Bible Searchers class met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. L. Vohs, with Lizzie Hohn, Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, Mrs. R, H. Shackelford and Mrs. H. E. Miner assisting. Mrs. C. C. Scharlach was a guest. Devotions by Grace Blanchard were followed by a Business meet- Ing. The program consisted of a reading "The Minister's Hire" by Mrs. G. L. Vohs, a paper on "Armistice and Peace" by Mrs. W. L. Martin, and a talk by Mrs. Jane Clark on "Prayer." Rev. Talmage told of attending a meeting at Clear Lake 60 years ago followed by a vocal number by Varrlet Vlnlng, and Bernlce Emery, and a recitation by Harriet Vinlng. The entire group sang a birthday song to Mrs. Miner. Shower Held for St. Benedict Girl St Benedict: In honor of Minnie Kutschara a shower was given Nov. 13 which was very well attended. She received very many beautiful gifts. Banns of marriage had been announced for the first time Nov. 6. She will be married to Frank Blelch of Wesley, Nov. 22 and a wedding dance will be given at Wesley. A reception will be held at the home of her brother, John. for the past few days. Jake Simons of Omaha is visit- Ing In the vicinity. He had a car accident the previous Sunday and had been In a hospital there for three days. He has several fractured ribs and a cut on his ear which required several stitches and also a lacerated finger. Boy Scout Meeting A second meeting of boys Interested in joining an Algona scout troop will be held in the Chamber of Commerce office at 7:30 o'clock tonight (Tuesday). P. A. Danson, representing the Chamber of Commerce Is in charge of the organization. Wesley Warehouse Opens Wesley: Theodore Johnson has taken over the management of the Fairmont produce station and has reopened the place for business. Mr. Johnson has been selling Baker products for the past three years. He Is the father of Mrs. E. C. Hutchison. AAA Cheeks Soon AAA checks for Kossuth county will probably arrive shortly before Christmas according to local Soil Conservation office officials. John Witte is on the sick list this week. Rose Mary Arend has been staying with her grandparents the past week. Miss Angeline Immerfall of Avon, Minn., is visiting her cousins of Wesley, Mrs. Irene Studer and children visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer this week end. Miss Arlene Studer of Wesley for Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Specials Royal De Luxe Mixed Nuts 89c Ib. Giant Cashews 69e Ib. Fancy Ideal Mixed Nuts 'Alb. 15c 1 Ib. 59c Mogul Peanuts 35c Ib. Lusby's We Toatt Freth Every Minute'. NUT SHOP EXTRA VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS '36 Chevrolet Coach, clean, heater defroster $415 '35 Ford Deluxe 2-door, heater defroster __$275 'SB Pontiac Deluxe Sedan, radio, heater, and defroster $425 £ '35 Buick Sedan, heater and defroster __$425 '• '37 Oldsmobile 8 Deluxe Sedan, 6 wheels, radio, heater, defroster $775 • '36 Pontiac 6 Deluxe 2-door Sedan, radio, f heater and defroster $495 '36 Pontiac 8 Deluxe Sedan, radio, heater and defroster $595 '36 Buick Deluxe Sedan, heater, defroster $549 See car bargains before you buy Liberal Terms and Trades BIRUM-OLSON CO. YOUR BUICK DEALER Phone 121 Algona, Iowa •', rWWViyWWWVYWUVWyC ##a<ttGKCWtf#0^0iXC^^ Values At Sorenson's Pumpkin, Stokley 2% size cans 2 for 25c Lingon Berries {Swedish Cranberries) _ .Ib. 15c Mince Meat, home made 2 Ibs 35c Opal Salad Dressing qt. jars 25c Catsup, Stokley 14 oz. bottles 2 for 27c Pineapple sliced, 2V£ size cans 2 for 39c Jelly, 2 Ib glass vase 25c Honey, Steil's comb 2 for 25c Potatoes per peck 15c Cauliflower, Green Beans, Peas, Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Parsnips, Turnips, Rutabagas, Radishes, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Red and Green Peppers, Green Onions, Parsley, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Celery, Yams, Sweet Potatoes, Acorn and Hubbard Squash, Red and White Cabbage, Small Creaming Onions, Kum- quuta. Fresh Pineapple, Cranberries, Cocoanuts, Black Ribier and Red Grapes, Golden and Red Delicious, Roman Beauty, Winesap and Jonathan Apples, Bananas, Pink and Regular Grapefruit, and Fancy Oranges. FANCY DRESSED YOUNG PULLETS, TURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE AND CHICKENS Fresh Oysters per quart 49c Veal Boast Ib. 19c Veal Steak Ib. 28c Link Sausage, pure pork, home made __lb. 25c Beef Short Bibs 2 Ib. 25c Slab Bacon Ib. 25c Leave Your Ordera Early Open till 9 p. I.L Wcdtuwduy Sorensen Grocery Co. We DoUver Phone* 138-1S9 5c&ygs«wgip«Mffiffiffic^^ STEELE'S O'Coats A Coat with Our Label Assures You of Correct Style 17.50 22.50 27.50 Come in tomorrow .. . we'll guarantee to fit you perfectly ... to produce colors and patterns you'll admire ... to give you quality at a price that will impress you as being remarkably reasonable.

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