The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 27, 1934 SENECA CAGERS BEAT BANCROFT IN3CQNTESTS School Teams, Independents Won Games Last Tuesday Eevening Armstrong-Seneca: The Seneca boys basketball teams won three games on Tuesday evening by defeating both St. John's team and the Bancroft Independent team. The score ol the first team was 46 to 15. The second team's score was 3 to 1 -and the Independents' .score 22 to 18. All three games were in favor of Seneca. Supt. A. E. Laur- lt?,en of Ledyard was the referee. The Seneca basketball teiuns. both boys and girls, will play Lone Rock at I/me Rock on Friday evening, November 23. Thanksgiving Wedding A miscellaneous shower was held at the Claus Hehnke home Thursday afternoon in honor of their daughter, Florence, who will be married on Thanksgiving day to Russell Waterbury. The bride-to-be received many beautiful and useful gifts. The afternoon was spent socially after which a delicious luncheon was served to the many guesst present. Miss Claudia Volgt spent Wednesday night with her friend. Miss Mildred Wilberg. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Jim Hoeck last Thursday afternoon. Miss Mae Ella Hohn of Ringsted spent Tuesday evening at the home of her friend, Mrs. John Saunders. THEY ALL LOOK ALIKE TO ME Hello! I win! lomcOitmicol Presetted CHE/VVACOL PROCESSED T 'AI</ good morning. Fin< d*y, iin't it? We hiv* tome wonderful ' "I want genuine Ckcmaeol Proccned Coal. Have you got it?" "Practically the iintc thing, lir. Comet from <Ke very next county "But I'm Interfiled in the genuine product only. I can tell it too, became it'i IDENTIFIED OAL Its identified with tags /ike Mis Mora people every day are {milling on Genuine Chemacol Protested Coal. They recognite It by the round tagi tottered through 'the load. Don't accept delivery without these tagi in the load. No other coal can take ill place. Call ui (or GENUINE Chemacol Processed Coal I Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulson and family and V-c-lda Johns spent Wednesday evening at the H. A. Reymnn home. Bible Study conducted by Rev. Gladstone of Lone Rock was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Osborn on last Wednesday afternoon. Supt. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman and daughter, Barbara Jean and son, Alden were dinner guests at the John Homan home Saturday evening. Deloris, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. M. J. Kennedy spent Sunday at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Camden of Armstrong. The Seneca carnival will be held at the school house Tuesday evening, Nov. 27th. The girts will bring baskets to be sold at the carnival. There will be fun for both old and young. Miss Reglna Berens was called to Bancroft one day last week on account of the serious illness of her father, Peter Berens. Miss Berens is the fifth and sixth grade teacher In the Seneca school. Six weeks 'examinations were given at the Seneca school last wwk. They were given n week early because of next week there will be only three days of school and the high school instructors will be busy working on the school carnival. Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank LooK wa- called to Iowa City hospital lost Wednesday for an examination. Florence was there two years ngo when shr wns cared for after a mastoid operation and she was there a year ago this fall and had her tonsils removed. ST. BENEDICT NEWS A baby boy came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Orein last Friday. Win. Hanig and a friend of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. George Ludwlg. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ctnk spent Sunday afternoon with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink. Mrs. John Arend was the subject of a gall stone operation at the Kossuth hospital last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Simons and family wer e Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Milter near Plum Creek. Martin Rahm, Mrs. J. L. and Mrs N. H. Rasfcopf and Mrs. J. O. Downs and daughter, Marcla Ann, spent last w<cek Wednesday at Ledyard with Mrs J. J. Rink who was seriously ill. Word was received Sunday morning of her death. We have arranged to have BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL Processed with Chemacol. Favorably known in this community JOT years, Botsford's Peerless Coal Is now tmprowd with Chemacol. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 JIM POOL, Efficient Repair Work For thirty-one years we've had a reputation for doing better work at fairer prices. That reputation we guard and will continue to guard. It is your guarantee of dependable service. When you need plumbtaB service just call us for Immediate attention. Holtibauer's Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal 117 B. Dod«» Phone 83 43 "tl F. J. Weisbrods Entertain Friends at Home, Sunday Fenton.: Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod enetrtained at their home Sunday, Nov. S: Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Newel and sons,] Warren and Franklin of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Weisbrod and sons, Wallace and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Weisbrod and children, Paul and rohn of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wetsbrod and son, Melvin ol Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank and daughters, Virginia, shirKy, Phylls and Pauline, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mrs. Smrna Curry. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Osborn, all of this place. Mrs. Boy Stoeber was called to Fairmont Thursday evening by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. ohas. Basset. Mrs. Alvln Ziunach returned home ast week from the General hospital in Algona where srte submitted to a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert were jleasantly surprised at their home Sunday evening, Nov. 18, in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary. Paul Elgler has resigned his position with the Johnson drug company it E-therville nnd at present is asslst- ng his father's druor store here. The Iccal American Legion Auxiliary held their rgeular meeting in the Le- _lon rooms last, week Monday evening with Mrs. W. B. Wolfe, hostesses. Ella Kyle and Robert Turk of Mason City left Monday morning after spending the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyle. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence The-rsfleld and children, Dicky and Larry were entertained Sunday, Nov. 25, at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfleld at Armstrong. Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf attended the funeral of her uncle, Ed Sarchett at Algona, last week Tuefday. Mr. Sarchett died of lead poisoning at the Kossirth hospital there Monday evening. Mrs. H. J. Herder was hostess to the N-cw Deal bridge club lost week on Tuesday evening. High score honors went to Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard. Mrs. S. W. Meyer received the cut prize. Mrs. C. L. Osborn was a club gutst. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager was th<hostess to their bridge club last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles Newel won high score honors. Dr. E. W. Rusk e and Mrs. E. c. Weisbrod the low score. Mrs. H. E. Relmers was a club L. B. Larson received flrst prl7e. Mrs. C. V. Pendcrgflst second and low. Mrs. Art Schweppe. Mrs. M. 8. Craven and Mrs. Miller Nelson were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong entertained their dinner bridge club Monday evening. High score for couples was irmde by Mr. and Mrs. H. A. rr, Mrs. Kenneth Fisher, Mrs. Wary French. Mrs. Le<- Wolfe received the travel prize. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Boyken and Mr. nnd Mrs, Harold Jonos of Lone Rock were guests. Mrs. John Wood, Mrs. Guy Bruns, Mrs. Hazel Nauman. Mrs. Chas. Coop- Oesterre1r.her nnd Mrs. W. J. Denton rendered Mrs. J. F. Fisher a surprise party on her birthday Monday evening at the D:nton home. The honored rreeived a gift of a lovely box of stationery. •W ^Vk ^» ^«* ^*» ""» ^™" ^^ ^^ ~" ^~ " Christmas is coming soon and this ad is a reminder that a good motto is:" Trade at Lusbys" The members of the Fenton Forward girls 4-H club entertained their parents at a bunco parly at the public school house last week Tuesday evening. E. J. Frank won high score prize and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf received the consolation prize. Delicious refreshments wero served after the games. Dr. J. A. Mueller left last week on Wednesday morning by auto for Chicago where he will take a post graduate course In the diseases of children. He was acrompanled by his wife and baby daughter, Virginia Ruth, as far as Kenosha, Wisconsin, where they will visit in the meantime with Mrs Miller's mother. Twenty members of the local Wai ther Lutheran league attended the na tVonal Walther league conference near Garner Sunday, November 18. An ex tension program was carried out. picnic lunch was served at noon. Alic Dreycr, president of the Fenton league was elected secretary and Leona Bor chardt treasurer. P. H. Jensen took August NeLsoi to the veterans' hospital in Des Moin es lost week Monday. On Thursday Henry Schultr. P. H. Jen;on, E. C Fauerby nnd Mrs. August Nelson an daughter, Betty drove down to see him He had had x-rays taken but nothlnr further. He was able w walk and feel ing much better than when he w:n there. Tlie Mcsdames Ray Stoeber, Howan Reeder, a. W. Meyer and Olareno Theesfleld were Joint hostesses to t<n tables of bridge at the former's horn Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Doroth Gerhard won high score honors. Mrs Amos Finnestad received a prize fo guessing the exact number of can dies in a Jar. Mrs. F. H. Eigler re celved a prize for guessing the forth est from, correct. Where the Merchandise is of the best, the prices right and the service can't be beat. Our line is extensive in jewelry and other goods. Watches JL± Gkmts' Wrist $10.50 and up Gent's Pocket $14.00 and up Ladies' Wrist $12.00 and up AlsoWestclox $1 and up Compacts Priced at 50c to $5.00 A beautiful gift line. You must see them. Dozens of styles. BILL FOLDS aiid SETS—Real qua!- I TOILET SETS—Many of them in ity and real price. I zipper closed leather cases. Baguette $21.50 Lusby's Drug-Jewely Store Duality and Real Price Titonka Man Is Married in Reno, Nev., on Nov. 9t! TKonka: Word was received here of the marriage of Vernon Cooper, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. chas. Cooper, to Miss Evelyn Marquis, both of Oakland. Calif., on Nov. 9th, at Reno, Nevada. Vernon was graduated from the Buffalo consolidated school, and luter took a business course at Mankato Business College. Upon the completion, of his course he went to Cali- ioniisi, wheiv he has been employed for the past 10 years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clematis moved Friday into the Pendergast place Stella Mae Ha-chut invited several ol her young friends to help her celebrate lu-r 5th birthday recently. Mrs. Florence Grthel left for her home hi Lo^ Angules, California, on Monday night. H-.r son, Leo, took her to Mason City. The regular November radio parly and work meeting of the Am-, ricun Le- «iun Auxiliary will be held at the home of Mr;. Ubbe Winter Friday. Nov. 30. Clarice Fulfc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fulk, entertained hte Queen Esther circle Thursday < veiling. Alter ihe mt-etinij rolrt'shmcnts Were served. The Bull'alo consolidated basket bill .--eaion got away to a Hying start, by defeating Seneca on the home lioor la to 17. TlK- Indians play Ledyurd this Friday. Miss Alice Rich/ter, daughter of Mrs. Edna Richter, is a putfciit at the University hospital at I-vva City. Mits Hit-liter had her tonsils removed Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer east of town held a s>urpru* dinner in honor of Rudolph's a 1st birthday, recently. His aunt. Mr .and Mrs. J. A. K_ram- r of Woden were prcttnt. Mr. and Mrs. An'.'one Puunkuk of Blooming Prairie. Minn., and Mr. and! Mrs. Ben Puniikuk and children cf Austin, Minn... »ount Sunday at tile parental B. A. Putinkuk home. Dr. and Ura. H. I Toria-fi>en eiHvr- '.ailied the IJr.i.-jeJt ciub Thursday eV- • Uilitf. HifcSh bcore 1 r ladles VYJO by Mrs. Curl V. Calhei and hii-;ii lor men by T. A. Uunuure. Mr. and Mrs. Mfi. li. L. KranU ciilei'taini-d t:.e Tuesday alteinwu budge club. Mi's. New Seedless Raisins 2 Ib pg 16c 4 Ib PR 32c White's Grocery Thanksgiving Sale Here are a Few Items Where You can Save Money. Look Them Over Cranberries late berry solid fruit 2 Ib. 33c These prices good 6 Days! Until Monday Nite, December 3rd Yellow Sweet Potatoes 8 Ibs. 25c Fancy Cookies 2 Ibs. 25c p eas Extra oq r Yellow Corn ?Qr A..,-,, o .„„„ fc*»/*» Whole grain, 2 4- * /v ancy, 2 cans __. STR.ING BEANS green or yellow, from _ 9 to 18c a can Pumpkin, No. 2 can _ _ _2 for 15c Sweet Corn, No. 2 can .. 2 for 18c Diced Carrots, No- 2 can 2 for 18c Beets, fancy, No. 2 cans, 2 for 23c Kidney Beans, No. 2 cans, 2-19c Tomatoes, Del Monte, No. 2^ can . 2 for 28c Maple Syrup, pure qt. 43c Mac, Spag, or Noodles 3 pkg 13c Jonathan Apples 10 Ibs. 48c Laundry Soap, Big 4,10 bars 25c Sweet Pickles fancy, _ _qts. 28c Dill Pickles, fancy qts. 21c Pigs Feet, 25c jar 19c Salad Dressing, Butternut qt 29c Cocoa, Mother's, _2 Ibs. tin 19c Prunes, tenderized, 2 Ib. pkg 25c Yellow Mustard, qt. jarlSc O. K. Whole Wheat Flakes 3 for ____..25c Magic Soap Pwdr. _25c size 19c Laundry Starch _ _3 Ib. pkg. 19c Bacon Wahkonsa, Ib. Fresh CRACKER.S 2 Ib. white 16c 2 Ib. Graham 19c Pancake Flour 1Q r Liberty, tf/. 11.. * ** ** KT D 1A IL» AQ.~ 11 Toilet Soaps, asstd. bars, 5 Navy Beans, 10 IDS. 4oc || aiu noc,sfor No. 2 & 2£ size Fruits, 2 cans 29c Peaches, Pears, Primes, Apricots, Cherries and Blackberries. Extra Special Parker House Coffee 25c Ib. They spend no money for advertising Cummings' 5c to $1.00 Store WHAT TO GIVE is easily answered at Cumrnings—here you'll find ali the newest, most wanted gifts and toys—and at lowest prices— Shop here and save. Greeting Cards You're sure to find tlie eards you want in our large assortment. lc to 5c each Bee the Values Books New titles, new pu-tun'ss —you'll have to «ee them to appreciate the values 5c to 50c Wreaths-Tree Lights Beautiful silk chenile wreaths with electric caudle 49c Tree li-rht *ets 35c New Pajamas Itayon, balbri^an, am! tuck stich, ladies and children's si'/ 1 , s $1.00 iran (iowns Fresh Candies Over 50 kinds of pure wholesome candies lOc to 25c per Ib. Bee our special f> Ib. box Chocolates at 98c Felt Slippers With chrome soles and padded heels 39c pair Kiddies bunny slippers 50c pair Toy* All the newest Toys at surprisingly low prices. JJiiT assortments at 51025c New Linen Lunch Cloths Ileuisiitched and fringed. ")t in. plaids $1.00 Jap Crepe, 48 in. cloths 59c Box Handkerchiefs Beautiful embroidered kerchiefs 25c and 49c box New Prints ____ 5c each Men's linen kerchief lOc Dolls of all kinds, baby- dolls, mama dolls 5c each to $1.00 15 in. sleeping doll with voice $1.00 Box Stationery (lit'ly box paper in beautiful boxes. 25c and 49c llytoiie pajx-r and ear velopes IOC pkg. Guaranteed Ovenware (Casseroles, pie plates, baking dishes 29c to $1.00 (jlass Bowls 15c to 49c Loads of other Toy and (Jift Items All K'eady for Your Selection. Cummings' 5c to $1.00 Where You (.'an Kind Just What You Want. Store

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