The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1938
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**»»***» Big fun and thrill show. Two ace hits- Hood's IG A Store ,Iowa Friday and Saturday, Dec. 30 and 31 a Moines. Algona. Iowa. Ped. 20,1938 SI 1^ A R Kne Granulated yfyl OUUAK Limit 10 pounds 44C Bellow Corn Meal 5 Ib. bag _.. lOc Sugar, 100 Ib. bag Dill Pickles, Carol full quart 17c Peanut Butter, 18K fancy 16 oz. jar 19c Tomato Juice, IGA Jumbo tins 2 for 19c Bran Flakes, IGA Gold Tost 2 boxes 19c Corn Flakes, IGA Gold Tost 2 Ig. pkgs. 17c Rice Puffs, IGA large boxes 2 for 19c Wheat Puffs, IGA, large boxes 2 for 19c Kraklkrisp Wheat Flakes 2 boxes 19c Dessert Powder, all flavors IGA, 4 pkgs 17c Crackers, Johnston's Daisy __..__ 2 Ibs. 15c Crackers, Sunray, fresh 2 Ib. box 12c Graham Crackers, Sunray 2 Ib. box 17c Graham Crackers, Sunray 1 Ib. box lOc Fresh Oyster Crackers, Ib. 10c I. G. A. Cleanser, 3 cans __ 12c FLOUR Miss Minneapolis 49 Pounds 1.39 Coffee, Blue G, free cup and saucer Ib. 25c Coffee, Red A 2 Ib. pkg. 31c Coffee, Brown Betty 21b canister 49c Carnation Milk, tall 3 cans 20c Cream 'Cereal, IGA 5 Ib. bag 2Sc Bice, Fancy Blue Rose 3 Ibs. 15c Baiains, Seedless 21b. pkg. 15c Prunes, large size 2 Ibs. 17c Peas, good grade, No. 2 can 3 for 26c Flour, IGA 49 Ib. bag $1.39 Fresh Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. for 19c Bananas, 5 Ibs 25c Grape Fruit Seedless Dozen 23c Oranges, New Navels, medium size _-2 dozen 29c Head Lettuce, large size each lOc Celery, Jumbo Stalks each 12c and 15c Apples, Fancy Winesaps 5 Ibs. 25c Grapefruit, jumbo size each 5c Radishes, fresh 3 bunches lOc QUALITY MEATS Beef Roasts, fancy branded Ib. 16c Bacon Squares, sugar cured Ib. 12c Spare Ribs, meaty lb - 14c Cheese, Square Cream 2 Ibs. 41c Hams, tenderized whole or half t Ib. 23c Fresh Lard, 100 per cent pure 3 Ibs. 25c Minced Ham and Bologna Ib. 16c Bacon, sliced Armour Star Ib. 33c Fresh Oysters, solid pack quart 41c Smoked Hocks -*• Jj? c Fresh Hamburger, all meat 2 Ibs. 25e Pork Sausage, all pork 21bs.21c Mr. and Mm. Harold Hardentmrff spent Christmas at Baxter visiting relatives and friends. Mm. 3. P. Flnley I* In Garden City, Kansas, where she plans to visit until after the first of the year. Grace Van Arnam of Fargo, N. D., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. D. A. Barnard, this week. Maude McBroom returned to Iowa City, Monday, after spending Christmas with Bishop. her sister, Mrs. A. A. Mrs. Jessie Dalclel haa been ill and confined to her bed for the past several days with a cold and complications. Mrs. Tom Akre of Chicago spent Christmas Day with her son, Chas. who Is an attorney and is employed in a Chicago bank. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brunson and (laughter, Mary, spent Christmas in Mason City with Allen's mother, Mrs. Mayme Brunson. Mrs, Mac Harris visited her daughters, Mrs. Laurence Hansen, and Mrs. Milton Ofddings at Wesley from Saturday to Monday. Helen Magahey of Victor and Darrell Adams and Esther Olson of Cedar Palls will be week end guests at the Dennis Pratt home. Dorothy Whitney, who teaches high school at Albert Lea, is spending the winter holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. MacDougall and son, Bobble, spent Christmas — — j ••• -.*»U«A» \*n\*j n BUI tin a, ATI.UI;* Dougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verveer, Des Moines were week end and Christmas day'guests at the home at Mrs. Verveer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Craig Vlnson Is visiting during the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Howard Vinson. Craig Is a student at the Dakota Wesleyan College at Mitchell, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton spent Christmas day and Monday at the home of Mrs. Barton's brother-in- lew and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Cook nt Webb, Iowa. Mrs. Agnes Laldiey of Mason City arrived Saturday and spent Christmas Day visiting nt the homes of her son, Dow, and her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vlnson. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Butler and daughter came home Wednesday from Minneapolis, where they had visited the former's parents during the Christmas holidays. The Pratt Electric Company b»» received a $6,000 contract to wire the addition to the boys' dormitory at lown City. They also wired the original dormitory there. •Toe Edge, son of Dr. and Sirs. ,T. II Edge of Mitchell, S. D., is a guest this week of Merle Pratt. Joe attends the Randolph-Macon Military School In Virginia. Sir. and Sirs. Roy Bcrrie and little son, David William of Mason City, spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Bcrrle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Barry, in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llnnan returned Monday from MaryaviUe, Kansas, where they were guests of Mrs. Linnan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wasaenberg, on Christmas. Sirs. Bernard Yoeman and sons returned to their home Wednesday after visiting since Monday at Fort Dodge at the home of Mrs. Yoeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson. Sim. Mabel Wermrrson entertain ed the following guests at Christmas dinner, her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Weiland and her son, Ralph Wermerson ol Britt. Mr. and Mra. Ben Biikken enter- Vlrginla Ant spent Christmas Day With, her family at Fort Dodge. , . Mrs. Milton Dahl spent the past week Jn Swea City visiting relatives. Bessie Am of Fort Dodge spent Wednesday visiting her sister, Virginia Arn. Catherine Van Ness of New York City, is spending the holidays with her father, E. J. Van Ness. H. D. Clapsaddle and Charles Berlnger left today (Thursday) for a business trip to Sioux Falls, S. D. D. D. Clapsnddle was a Christmaa dinner guest at the home of his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clan- saddle. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald White of Des Moines spent the week end visiting with the lattert mother, Mrs. M. J. Quinu. Thelrtm Aman, who operates a beauty shop at Eagle Grove, spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman. ICatherine Duffy, daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, was ill over Christmas with bronchitis but Is recuperating at this time. Alyce Hagge of Ledyard, who had been attending commercial college at Mankato, has begun work in the soil conservation offices here. Marlon Rising returned to Des Moines, Monday afternoon, after spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Air. and Mrs. Ed DeZellar and son, Jimmy, left Friday to spend several days visiting their respective parents, at Duluth and St. Paul. Moines were guests'at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Edythe Dalley for Saturday and Christmas Day. "Mickey" McGuIre, who works at Wilson's Cafe, went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L McGuire. talned their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan and Mrs. Bakken's sister-in-law, Mrs. Theresa Bakken at Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mr*. D. A. Barnard and children, Lois and Darrell and Mrs. Barnard's sister, Grace Van Arnam at Fargo, N. D., spent the week end with Mrs. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. Charles Norman. Dennl* Pratt will drive to Des Moines today (Thursday) and from there to Omaha and back to Des Moines via plane and return to Algona this evening. Mr. Pratt will be in Omaha on business. Clara Rector, a slitter of Mrs. Mabel Wermerson who has been with her for a time, spent Christmas day at Corwith at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers. Mrs. Chamburs is also a sister of Miss Rector. .Air. and Mrs. II. A. Norman q/id daughters, Dorothy and Marilyn, and Mrs, Norman's sister, Mario Wibben of Titonka returned Monday from Omaha where they hud sjjent Christmua with Mr. Norman's sibti:r, Mrs, N. R. Carlson. Mr. mid Mrs. Harold 'Ioiiiif>on ,s|jfiit the week end and Christmas with Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). Johnson at Emmetsburg. Mr. Johnson is employed at the KJabsk> Motor Company, and Mrs. Johnson is an operator at the Marigold Ueauty shop. The Christinas of Mr*. Elsie duly and Miss Evelyn C'ady was made happier by receiving a telephone call from relatives in Pomona, California, .-y talked a minute to each of the following, Melvin Hendson and family, Mrs. Mary Henderson and Miss Austie PeTleymount- er. Mrs. Frank E»«er mid ton, June* drove to Des Moines last Thursday and picked up Vincent Esser, who ia attending a barber college there. From Des Moines they drove to Streator, 111., where they visited ut the home of Mrs. Bauer's moth- tt returning home Saturday evening. Mr. olid Mr*. Uruald Luud and children came up from Dea Moines and spent Christmas at the home of Mr. Lund's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. Ruth Lund came up with them for a few days' vacation from her studies at Madam Kenne- \ dy's beauty school, where she has beejj a student for some weeks. Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Wudtke and daughter, Wiaogene of Sheboygan, Wit)., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gug- gcr and son, Richard of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Vincent and daughter, Virginia, and aon, James of Fort Dodge and Mra. Etta VolU of LuVerne were gugstA ovter Cbristmtui at the August Romer home. Mrs, Wudtke, Mrs. Vincent and Mrs. Gugger are slaters of Mr*. Romer. Mr. and Mrs. It D. James returned Tuesday evening from Omaha, where they had spent Christmaa with their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. airs. Forest Twogood leave* today for her home in Moscow, Idaho, after a three weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P Haggard. Nell Manning, night nurse at Uto General hospital, was called to Des Moines by the death of her father, Friday. She returned to Algona on Tuesday. Mr. and Mm. Cliff Aalfs and family of Sioux City will arrive Friday to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bliiey and Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford and family visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Runkle at Spencer Christmas Day. The women are sisters. Betty Edge arrived Monday evening for a week's visit at the W. G. McCullough home. Betty is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Edge of Mitchell, S. D. Mrs. August Meldke and Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Giles of Mollne. III., respective parents of Mr. and Mrs. Kaipn Meidke, were their guests from Saturday until Monday. _n«n jCtawaan**^ "etr ,?£*,?, dc " e ' ta «P* n < 1 ' n B Ms vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I . J. Vincent at Cedar Rp.pids. The Vincents operate a fox farm. County Agent A. L. Brown gpt-nt Tuesday at Ames attending a state county agents' meeting. He took a group of 4-H boys with him to attend a 4-H group short course. Uutli Kennedy of Hutchlrmoii, Kansas, came Monday for a week's visit nt the home of her sister, Mrs Mabel Sorensen. Mrs. Sorenscn drove to Mason City to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dan and family and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Engicbret- son were Christmas dinner guests nt the home of Mrs. Dau's parents Mr and Mrs. Peter Ehlers nt Swea City. Opal Cronan will return to Elmhurst, III., Monday, where she tench- es in the fourth grade, after visit- Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronnn, during her Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mm. Harvey Steven of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hod- Webb and Mr and M «- Bob «.. - o Williams were Christmas dinner guests ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eldlen spent Christmas and the week end with the former's parents, Rev. and Mrs Wm. Eldlen at Ogden, and will return for another visit during the coming week end. Charlotte Hilton spent the week end visiting her father, Roy Hilton nnd her brother and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Hilton. Charlotte is employed in the offire.s of tne Lloyds of London at MliiMeopolis. Mr. and Mr«. Holiiuin Andcj-Hon nnd son, Jerry Hob. and Heine KU-in- ••r of Fort f) f ,di:e visited ,-it th<; lionie of Mra. Anderson'.s parents Mr, and MJ.S. A. O. Hniumrhoim at Crystal Lake, Sunday ami Monday. und Lawrence MiHbuih were dinner tm-sts at the home of their hroliier-in-law and sister. Mr und Mivs. r.iil .Spies, at Kmmets- jurj-f, Chii ..iina.s. They enjoyed ire skating ^;id .sail ice boating on Med- um Lake. Mr. and Mr». Hrnry Ainan and Mrs. Aman's mother, Mra. Elizabeth Lrfmikee of Algona, and the A. M. Leinkee family of Irvington were ;uests at a family dinner Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer at Wesley. County Agent and Mrit. A. L. Brown spent Christmas Day at Salix, Iowa, at the home of Mrs. Brown'a mrents, Mr. und Mrs. B. N. Gay. The Browns brought their three sons, Kenneth, Douglas and Gordon, home with them. The boys had enjoyed a week's visit with their rrandparents. Tml ClirtKcliiUea will return to Seloit, Wia., via Chicago, Sunday. He will spend a few days in Chicago visiting at the home of hia aunt, Mrs. Mable Kerndt and son, Robert, and with other friends. Ted has been spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mra. Theo. Chrischilles, and atends the Beloit College at Beloit, Wia. Mr*. Walter Fruaer, who is •pending the winter in Phoenix, Arizona, spent Cimatmau in Los Angeles with her siater-in-law, Mrs. Belle Fraiter Henderson and son, Robert. Mra. Henderson was a holiday guest at her son's home. Mra. Froser will return to Phoenix for the rest of the winter, as she has found the climate beneficial to her health. Mr. and Mra, W. D. Eaton were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Mr. and Mra. Albert Olnen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Ole Allison, Christmas Day. : Mtm Joule McEvoy In (pending Christmas with her rtsWf, Mrs. M. R. Bradley of OigOdd, towa. Monday guest* at the Irtfhie of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand were Mr. and Mrs. Welgert of Thompson, Iowa. OInf Funnemark and family of Wesley were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. T. Bohnnnon. Mir./ and Mrs. Floyd Saundcrs spent Christmas Day and the week end with Mrs. Saundcrs mother, Mrs. P. B. Horn, at Bioomflcld. nurdrttn Foley spent thn wi-ok end with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William E. Folcy at Slbiey. Burdette is employed nt the Council Oak store. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton visited from Saturday to Tuesday at Marshalltown at the home of Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Downing, Otto Falkenhalnre spent Christmas and the week end with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falk- halner. Mr. Falkenhniner's home is at St. Paul. Mr. and Mra. Sigurd Fardal of Adel, Iowa, arrived Tuesday and will visit until Friday at the home of Mrs. Fardal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, S. Blossom. Eleanor Payne And Catherine Selzer of Mason City were Christmas guests of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne and Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Selzer. Mr. and Mra. Alton Hansen of Mason City were Christmas week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston and other relatives. Mrs. Johnston is Mrs. Hansen's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller will leave today for the Twin Cities. They also plan on making a trip to Grand Rapids, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. HollU Trainer, former Algona residents. Mrs. Trainer and Mrs. Waller are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fierce planned to leave today or Friday for Boy River, Minn., after a visit of about a month in Algona. They formerly operated the cafe now run by Alec Dermand in this city but after selling It, bought n summer resort near Boy River. Mrs. H. J. Bacon onrortnlnpd at a family Christmas dinner nt her home, Sunday. Guests were Afr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofms nnd family of Ottosen, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hohensteln of Amboy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson nnd family of Lone Rock, Floyd Bacon of Burt, and Etta Bacon of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bramlsh nnd children, Jenn Rne nnd Jerry were guests nt the home of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. F. Reed nt lown Fnlls, Chrlstmns Dny nnd during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. CInrcnce Stewart nnd daughters, Catherine nnd Joan, were guests nt the home of Mrs. Stcwnrt'.s pnrcnts, Mr. nnrt Mrs. Edg.-ir Bonm- ish nt lown Fnlls during the week end. Air. nnd Mrs. Anton Anderson entertained Christmas Day at a family Christmas dinner. Oiir.sts were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Holmnn Anderson! nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Anderson, nnd the children, Jnne Brown, Jerry nnd Phil Anderson. As they were nt the dinner tnblc they received a long distance call from Mrs. Harold E. Gust of Mobile, Ala- bnmn, another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Livermore People Leave for Kansas LuVerne: Mrs. Harry Von Draska nnd her granddaughter left Friday night for Topekn, Kansas, where they will visit the Lee Walters for a couple of weeks. Consuelo Hannn went to West Liberty to spend Christmas with her nephew, Dr. Trendwcil Robertson nnd family. A Christmas program was given to n capacity crowd nt the high school assembly Friday afternoon. All of the grades and the music department of the high school participated. The Arthur Rileys drove to Des Moines a week ago Sunday to get her brother, Bert Sankey, who had been a patient In n hospital there. On Monday he wns taken to the General hospital In Algona for treatment. Announcement Having purchased the Anderson cafe. wo desire to make the acquaintance of all tiie old customers, and welcome the new throughout the years to eome. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Shipley LOOK FOR OUR WEEKEND BUYS In Thurndfty'n paper »<•<• complete lists of food bargain*. ALWAYS AHEAD! Reason why our bright- eyed delivery boys are a hvnys ahead on their orders is because of the organization: and system behind them. Trained salesmen prompt service courteous treatment . . . all are parts of the better service of Andersons. FREE DELIVERY— PHONE 840-347 Anderson's Jack Sprat Store READ U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS WE'RE GONNA RAISE THE ROOF IF WE HAVE TO.. .TO ACCOMMODATE EVERYBODY DURING OUR DYNAMIC ' END-OF-THE-YEAR" APPAREL ARANCE '7300.00 Worth of Ladies' Apparel for $3600 IRRATIONAL, BUT WE MUST I SOME FURS ALONE WORTH MORE IMPOSSIBLE, BUT WE'VE DONE IT TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED iiyiruddiULb, BUT WE COATS Values to 25.00 Gorgeous Fur Trims/Sports I A RARE OPPORTUNITY ONE GROUP, VALUES TO 5.00 DRESSES 2 3 . 3 ONE GROUP, VALUES TO 5.95 333 ONE GROUP, VALUES TO 7.95 4 3 . 3 IKKMIIUNAL, BUT 1 COATS Values to 49.59 Fine Quality Newest Style | TREMENDOUS SAVINGS | A SMASHING CLEARANCE OF LADIES "ATS FORMERLY OP TO S.9J WHILE THEV LAST . . . LADIES HATS FORMERLY UP TO 1.49 .88 FIRST QUALITY-FULL FASHIONED SILK HOSE OUT Er,A*8 -37 WOMENS TUCK STITCH PAJAMAS VALUES UP TO .9. .63 MENS PULLOVER SWEATERS AVS^E'ST 112 WOMENS PULLOVER SWEATERS "^Vtfc 1 -" lil BOYS PULLOVER SWEATERS STY A L L ES, S C'5LORS .77 HOCKEY TYPE KNIT CAPS £'o%°L y s s .33 50% OFF THIS SEASONS STYLES, WOMENS SUEDE SHOES Reg. '1.98 99* Reg. $2.98 $|49 Reg. $3.95 $194 All Sizes Styles and Colois Included A CLEAN SWEEP OF OUR OVER STOCK DOORS OPEN 9A.M. MTAIITS FRIDAY DEC.:

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