The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 20, 1938
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The Algona tapper t)es Molnea, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 20,1938 MK arid- fttrs. Walter Ward of CoWrlth were callers at the home of JMrsv Weal Smith, Monday. & t Cr»tty hM been in with a severe cold durlttg the past week but Is better at the present time. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan and Charles Lehman spent Friday and Saturday In Minneapolis on business. Mr. and Mrs, fl. O. Clopton 8pcn t Sunday at Jefferson where they Visited his sister and husband Mr .and Mrs. C. E. Stream. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Dice and the tetter's Sister, Esther Granner of •Clear Lake Were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst. Mr. and Mrs, Thco. Herbst drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs Herbst's friend, Mrs. Russell Drake. Dorothy Reed returned to her home in Iowa Falls, Tuesday (today) following a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Mr. and Mm. Dean Clapsaddlc arrived Saturday fronvthelr home in Iowa City and will spend the For a Happy Holiday §£? jtour clothes are reauyHo wear. Check up today. You may have fjorgQt&n a spot in a cofispicquous place. Bepaire^cin be made in otlr alteration department at small cost. CHRISTMAS Modem Dry Cleaners • Ted ChrlschiilM will arrive Thursday from Beloit, WIs., where he |™a season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischil- 1 65). IP™' ' j E Llnnan w»n leave Friday for Marysvllle, Kansas, to spend Christmas and the ?«i w nd WRh Mrs ' Llnnan ' s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wassen- bcrg, Sr. Bob Post will be home Friday morningf to spend the winter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs H. W. Post. Bob is attending the Northwest School of Optometry at Chicago. Dorothy Hntchtaon wilt arrive Thursday, to visit over Christmas with her mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison and broViers. Theodore and Donald Hutchison. Dorothy lives at Evanston, III. The Home Builders class of the Methodist church met in the church parlors for a Christmas party, Wednesday evening. A 6:30 dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts were In charge of the committee, and were assisted by Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Rlek- en, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Northrup. A men's quartet composed of Russell Buchanan, Merle Pratt, Donald Johnson and Burton Thorpe sang two selections. Glen Roland led the entire group in the singing of Christmas carols. Chinker check was played. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts. J. F. Overmyer, teacher of the class, was presented with a gift. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. $ 269 CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS Values at a Price 1930 CHEVROLET COAOH, in good shape 1935 FORD 2 DOOR heater and defroster 1935 PONTIAC SIX DELUXE SEDAN $JQC heater and defroster 1935 BUICK SEDAN, $7QC heater and clef rosier 1936 PONTIAC 6 DELX 2 DOOR SEDAN heater and defroster 1936 BUICK DELUXE 2-DR SEDAN heater and defroster 1936 PONTIAC 8 DELUXE SEDAN radio, heater and defroster 1937 OLDS 6 DELUXE SEDAN, $gg(|, heater and defroster ____ LIBERAL TERMS AND TRADES mm M - OLSON co. Phone 212 401 E. State St.. Algona, Iowa Betty Mnrtagh, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. C. B, Murtagh, arrived from Iowa City Friday night where she attends the University of Iowa, to spend the winter holiday season with her parents. Dr. and Mm. C. H. Cretameyer will drive to Boone, Thursday, to meet their son, Charles, student at Harvard University at Cambridge, 14th judicial district at the Hotel Kemiore in Ei»m«ts*urg, Saturday night Mrs. Tom Aktw and son, Don, arrived Saturday evening from North Hollywood, Calif. They drove her"e. They will spend Christmas with Mr. Akre ana relatives and friends, and then go to Chicago World's (Greatest Bargain Theatre Tuesday-\Vedne*day-Thunid»y, Dec. 20-22 Daily matinee 2 p. m. We dare you to see this double horror program. <" 1 M * TOMB WE DARE YOU TO SEE YOTH TOOETHERS Friday-Saturday, Dec. 83-24 Hoyl at • •thai; America i .^, iottsit luugli ll provoking u, . I .„;!.. I 'JAMES, LUCILLE , nti RUSSELL, GLEASON Second Feature Bob Baker in -BLACK BANDIT" PIu» Serial "Hawk Wiideraesa" Sun. Thru Wed., De«. 25-28 Big fun and thrill show Mflviii Douglas Virginia Bruce in THEBE GOES THAT WOMAN AGAIN" Second Feature New Year's Show Tnrou*h W«tae**Hf Massachusetts, who will spent! the holidays in Algona. Mary Louise Gltmore arrived th)« morning (Tuesday) to spend Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tt L. Gllmore. Mary Louise is a student at the towa State College at Ames. Mm. F. W. Green ana son, Frank, will leave Thursday for Council Bluffs to spend Christmas with the former's daughters, Mrs. J. N. Kg- bee and Albert Green. They plan to be gone until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson entertained at a family dinner, Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson of Ayrshire, and the Ben Swanson family of Buffalo Center. Mary Helen Daughan arrived Saturday from Santa Monica, Calif., for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Daughan. Mary Helen is a registered nurse and is following her profession at Santa Monica. E. J. Osterbauer ot Rochford, 111,. was In Algona from Saturday until Tuesday attending to business Interests and visiting his sister, Ann Fechner. He also visited at the home of another sister, Mrs. John Falk, Jr., at Titohka. Earl Byron has resigned his position as a guard at Anahiosa, and he and his wife are leaving for California, where they plan to locate. They will visit his brother, Clifford, at San Diego and his twin brother, Tony, at Stanwood, Washington. Sunday guests at the N. C. Rice home were Mrs. Rice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Middleton of Eagle Grove, and her bfother-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Piper of Washington, D. C. They will return Thursday and visit until after Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter and sons, Richard and David of West Bend were Sunday visitors at the A. W. Behrends home. They came to meet their son, John, who arrived on the bus, to spend Christmas vacation at the parental home. John is a medical 'student at the University of Iowa. . The following Algona attorneys, G. D. Shumway, L. E. Linnan, O. W. Stillman, J. L. Bonar, L. A. Winkel, H. W. Miller, W. B. Quarton, R. J. Harrington, J. D. Lowe, H. B. White and Delia Welter attended the mid-winter annual banquet of the to visit another son, Charles. They will be back in California by January 2. Don is a student at Whittier University at WhlfHer, California. Mrs. Walter Lane suffered a pnln- ful accident, Friday night, when she broke her right angle across the street from the C, S. Johnson store. Mrs. Lane got out of the car, and was about to cross the street when she slipped and fell. Mr. Lane, who has been employed at the local Northwestern depot, has received a promotion, and will be station agent at Goldfleld. The Lanes expect to move to Goldfteld'the first of the year. Tracy Holtzbauer New Deputy Clerk Miss Tracy Holtzbauer of Algona has been appointed deputy clerk of court by Katherine McEvoy, clerk of court, to succeed Alma Pearson, who is resigning after the first of the year. Tha new deputy is well known here, and has lived in Algona most of her life. She is at present learning the ropes in Mrs. McEvoy's office in preparation for her new position. Rosella Voigt of Algona spent the week end with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. ' Whittemorc Man ! Honored oft Birthday Whittethore: A number of relatives &m frfetid* gathered at the Henry SctrttlW too*n« Thursday evening to help Mr; Schultis celebrate his birthday. Cards were played at five tables. 'Prizes wfcrrt^hJ 1 Mrs. Dorothy SeWrs- 'and Uoyd Walker, high; Elenora Vdgt and Leonard Meyer won Itfw.' Thos* who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber and Marjorle and Dennis, the Herman Voigt family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Heldenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Shari, and Mrs. Dorothy Sabers and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, all of here; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and two sons of Letts Creek, Edna and Elaine Schultz and 'Pete and James Christensen of LuVerne. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. The Harold Kuecker family of Algona spent the week end at the Ralph Walker home here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. fiartlett were called to Manly Wednesday on account of the serious illness of Mr. Bartlett's father, H. A. Bartlett William Roeber, sons Wilbur, Maynard and Melvln, drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday to visit with wife and mother, who underwent an operation in a Rochester hospital some weeks ago. Mrs. John Ludwig, West Bend, mother of Mrs. John Volk, has been at the Volk home for the past week helping care for Charlotte and Chas., twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Volk. The babies have been quite sick for the past week. The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran church held its monthly meeting and social last Thursday afternoon. This social was in the form of a Christmas party. The stage was decorated with two Christmas trees and each lady brought a gift which was ex- changed among the ladles. The school children sang Christmas carols and were given bags of candy. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Hostesses were Mesdames Herbert and Herman Zumach, C. C. Baas and Gerhart Kehrspan. Cut Flowei*s Roses Carnations Snap Dragons Poinsettlas and others Blooming Plants Poinsettlas Cyclamen Begonias African Violets and others Christmas Greens Balsam and Pine boughs English Holly and Mistletoe Wreaths and Bell Clusters FLOWERS They're Perfect For Christmas Gift Giving! FLOWERS have it! That certain individuality . . . that certain cheeriness . . . and, above all, that exclusive ability for conveying the sentiments of the Christmas season. Phone 305 for Delivery ALGONA GREENHOUSES GUARANTEED BONDED TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE TO ALL PARTS OP COUNTRY m Side Buys* RIGHT CAR Other Sfde Buy* the RIGHT DEALER Buy one of our good used car* and make your dollar do double duty. Insure your purchase with safety while getting top-value at low price—wide selection of makes and models—terms most reasonable. We service what we sell. Come in as soon as you can or phone us—see these special offerings. We'll give you a good deal for your money. '38 Ford Tudor $CgA with radio, heater " vu •37 Ford Tudor, $40 C with heater ?tua '37 Ford Fordor, with heater '37 Plymouth Dlx M7J coach with heater "•*' '37 Chev. Deluxe $^75 Mast coach, heater •36 Chev. Master $^1C Dlux Sedan heater ^ 1J '35 Chev. Coach $9flC with heater ^ JJ '35 Ford Tudor, $«>1C with heater *"'' '31 Ford Coupe $95 '30 Chev. Coach $75 '29 Chev. Coach $55 KENT MOTOR CO. NO*. -'A HUE T'OU HSVt 1.0 1H3DE AND .tSS'-TO PA! How to Wish a Man .... ' ( " '• '. ' • Merry Christmas Handkerchiefs Plaiii linen and initi'aled silks. 5c to 50c ^T* House Slippers Suggest peace - comfort Leather OC« at only u ^^ Leathers in all colors •US. to $ 3,00 Striped Airplane CASES Matched Sets Buy one at a time or complete set of '.3 pieces— $ 4.90 to *9.75 SWEATERS For Son, Dad or Grandpa, all wool, special $ 2.95 • \ ~—— Suede and Glove Leather JACKETS They all like 'em. Special Values to PAJAMAS In endless array. Broadcloths in plain and fancy patterns - Russian, Middy and Coat styles. Newest designs— DRESS SHIRTS Who Ever Had too Many? Here by the hundreds, in rich new patterns and shades. By MANHATTAN and PIEDMONT White Broadcloths to $ 2.95 Pure Silks —$5.00 •1, H.50, *2 AND BETTER Fancy I'ttttfrnn H,n.50, $ 2 NECKWEAR By Chewy, Supeibii and Dick-o-Line. Must gorgeous collection you've ever seen. Spi'i-ial values 65c, »1, $ 1.50 HOSIERY You've never seen the man that didn't need more sox. By Interwoven and Blackstone Every new pattern in Avoul and silk 25,35c, Sflc Plain Shades Also MUFFLERS Always wanted. A great, wonderful assembly of the very last word in this needed neckwear Wool* 50c,98'H.50 98c, $ 1.95 98c, $ 3.50 Silk and Wool Pure Silk Dressing Gowns You'll marvel at the assortment — Wools $^95 $C95 * to V Silks $79 Beacons $998 $C50 L to u GLOVES By Osborn Unlined cape in black, gray and brown $150 " $195 $950 Gloves lined with \vool and fur—all colors 98c, $ 1.69 and up The HUB CLOTHIERS FREE GIFT BOXES LEUTHOLD—WILLIAMS—REYNOLDS

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