The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper POT Molnea. Algona, Iowa. HorembOT 27,193* LUVERNE HAN BRIDEGROOM Jhdius Knopf Weds Liver- More Girl; At Home After Dec. 1 IiUVerne: Mary A. Bordwell, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bordweli o lArormore and Wm. Knopf of IM •Verne wer e marrtert last week. Th oermony took place at the Luthera parsonage. Rev. E. J. Oonlon offlc lated Irene and Harry Bordwell, sis ter and brother ol the bride were their attendants. The ooupJe will be at toorae on a farm near LuVerne after De«. 1. Junior Declam Contest The elimination contest for the jun- tor declam was won by the following: oratorical. Russell Stoddard, Richard Smith, Andrew Marty, t>wight Erod, Bay Legler and Richard MUler; dra- Shirley Dimler, Betty Dlmler, the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham. • Mr and Mrs. Phil Llchty attended a conventon and a banmiet at Hotel Port De* Moines in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednseday. The nigh school basket ball team played the town teams Friday and won both games. The boys won bj.the score of 10 to 11 and the girls 18 to 19 WMttemore Card Party Wednesday Whittemore: The card party Wednesday evening was fairly well attended. High prizes for bridge went to Pa-trick Murphy and Margaret Hausman of Algona. High prtes for five hundred went to Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt and Joe Faber. Simon Weber, Jr., won the door prize. . ^ Earl Conners visited friends in West Bend Friday evening. Susie Ooeders visited a fsw days with relatives in Emmetsburg. Bemell Wegner, Mary Alice Blggings, Arttne Miller and Bfetty Burtis; humorous by Carmen Wermersen, Kath- ertne McClellan, Lillian Lund, Bobby Chapman, Robert Lichty. The junior declam will be held. Tuesday evening, Nov. 27. A baby daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stripling. The Progressvte club met with Mrs. Maynard Spooner Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert SchlpuU are the parents of a baby daughter born Monday. The Good Will club met at the home of Mrs. Roy Guy with Mrs. Clarence Kramer assistant hostess. Mrs. Snyder was hostess to 18 members of the Tuesday club. Mrs. S. Baker and Miss Huda Frltzemeier were goeets. Mr. and Mrs. Graham of Prairie City M. L. Nolan of Cedar Rapids visited at the Wm. Higgins 1 home the pas week. Mesdames Will Higgins, and Gather Ine O'Brien visited friends Is Algona on Tuesday. A number of friends of the E. J. Me Evoy's of Algona atended his funera there Thursday morning. Patricia Weir and Mrs. Chan Dalle: attended the funeral of Scott Hann at LuVerne Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Blsenius are th parents of a baby boy. They have family of six boys and five girls. Etta Bigley of Jersey City, New Jer sey visited a few days this week wiu her sister, Mrs. Will Higgins and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Farrell are th parents of a baby girl born Wednes day. They have a family of three gir 1 and two boys. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Finley and family New Phone Manager Named at Swea City Swea City: Mrs. Harold Dttsworth, manager of the Iowa TJnlon Telephone company, for the past several years, resigned her position as manager the past week and moved into the Mrs. C. E Edwards house. Mrs. Ditsworth has served as one of the most efficient office managers and her resignation is regretted. However, Miss Elnora, first assistant operator, has been named as manager to succeed Mrs. Ditsworth nd she te to be congratulated on her romotlon. Mrs. P. J. Helken entertained UK Thursday club recently. Andrew Peterson, a pioneer residen s critically ill at his home here. Carl Arnpld is tfhe new manage of the North Kossuth Live Stock Ship ping Association, succeeding W. O. Nel son. Vivian Kinney left Friday for low Ctiy where he Is taking a series o treatments. He was accompanied b his sister, Mrs. C. A. Rohlin. Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the flies of the tipper Des Moines-Republlcan for the week of November 25, 1814) daughters, Catherine, Mr. and Mrs. D daughtre, Catherine, Mr. and Mrs. D W Fults spent last week end with Ro Bravender, Jr., and D. W. Fults, Jr at the Iowa State University. Miss Vera. Baker, a Thanksglvin bride, was honored by a pre-nuptl miscellaneous shower at the Bake home last week. Mrs. Goerge Welke and Mrs. Ed Baker were hostesses an Miss Baker was also honor guest at a miscellaneous shower on Tuesday night by the Young Women's Missionary society at the H. E. Jensen home. A past matron's club of the Eastern Star was organized recently. Mrs. R. A. Bravender was named president; Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, vice president; Mrs. C. E. Rohlin, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Mary Moats, a charter member, was honored. Other past matron members are: Mrs. George K- Nelson, Mrs. L. A. Haglund, Mrs. W. O Nelson, Mrs. Bernioe Vaughn, Mrs. O. Peterson, Mrs. J. Iva Moats, Mrs. Miss Mattie Dewel had organl^d a class in vocal music in Burt. Fred Behlmer had resigned from the Ice cream and Candy Factory and was now employed at the Miller drug store. Dr. cretzmeyer had been sick for the past few days and it had bwn understood at that time that he had been threatened with pneumonia. Iowa had been enjoying fine weather twenty years ago. An Algonian had stated that on November 24t«, a swarm of bees Had lit on his house. The city was planning on erecting a shed at the rear of the light and water plant for storing toe wagons, street sweepers and other material that would become damaged by exposure to weatn- The estate of Tom Murtha, kUled when a bridge he was crossing with a tractor gave way, had filed suitagalnst Kossuth county asking for $25,000 damages. The county, in order to guard against similar actions, planned to place steel stringers on all large irldges in the county. The congregation of St. Johns church t Bancroft had met the urcvious Sun- day to make plans for the erection of a new church. It wasj«timatedthat th« buUdlng would cost ^^f 5 ^ and of that amxmt, $44,00<> had been rabscribed at the meeting <md nvucn of t had been paid in cash and good »per. Twelve pupils had written compositions which had been Judged. Those six receiving highest grades WCTC: Dicie Beane, Ed Oenrlch, Earl Wilson, Eleanor Norton, Beth Weaver, Chester Palkerthftlner. These six were to give a public debate and at that time three were chosen to represent Algona in the Iowa debating league. A letter had been received from the athletics manager at Coe College which stated that much credit went to Ai- gona for ths fine showing of the Coe football team. Three men on the squad, Delbert Potter, Arnold Kresensky and Louis Kresensky, were from Algona. Arnold was to be named right end on the All-State team. Injuries had kepi the other two boys from playing si 1 season. Mr and Mrs. ouy riniey anu IBJHUJT u. \j. reteiouu, ™»". »• *••* "-™~- —— whohave been visiting at the L. E.' A . J. Christensen, Mrs. Hery Myhr and Doyle home, left recently for their «- — «-«»» home at Flint, Michigan. They will stop to visit his folks near Des Moine- Friday for a week end visit at Chinaware Spode Wedge Wood Noritake Bavarian Johnson Bros. England The Finest Chinaware Made! We are now carrying a number of open stock patterns in a few of the most popular of the higher class China Lines and invite your inspection ot this beautiful merchandise. Sorensen Drug Next Door to the Post off ice jos. Krebsbach and his two daughters had narrowly escaped serious injury when their car toad slid over the bank near the bridge- north of Algona. The brakes had failed to work and the car had gone head on Into the river There had rbeen about four feet of water at the point the car stopped and ai though It had stood almost onits(head the occupants were only sltehtt and the car very little damaged. The senior class of the Lakota hig! •school will put on a play on TUCS- day eventaV Nov. 21 entitled "It Wont Be Long Now." Specials for Thanksgiving Something New Krusty Bran, 2 pkgs. A Battle Creek Froduct Grapefruit, Texas seedless, 6 4size,. 4 _ Asparagus, fancy cuts, 2 No. 2 cans Coffee, Peaberry, 1Q r per Ib 1JW " 3 Ibs. 55c Pure Fruit Preserves 4 Ib. jars, nothing but sugar and fruit quality a full line, special at MEATS Turkeys—Jhicks Geese—Ohickens Sugar Cured Hams Armour's Star Brand, finest flavor, whole ham at, per Ib. Lamb Stew, 1Q C Veal Stew, Ib * vv Round Steak, 9H r Loin, T-Bone, Ib. -* M *' pork Boast __15-20c Ib. Try Our Meats— There's a Difference A Home Owned Store * NO GUESSING WHEN YOU give a Mrs. Ethel Smith has been under the weather with the flu. She is Improv ed at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel returnej ast week from a visit with relatives n Minneapolis. They attended the uncral of a cousin of Mr. Stoffel. James Crulkshank who lives with Ills son, Frank and family, has decided to go to California for the winter. He will leave the first week In December S e has a sister who resides there fie enjoys the ocean and climate, hav ing spent many previous winters there Mr. and Mrs. John Etherlngton re turned last week from a visit at th Sam Zentner home at Wlnnebago, Minn. While there, Mrs. Ethernigton, was honred at a shower gven by her many trends at that place. She received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould attended the funeral of Grandma Rustrum, hold at Algona Saturday afternoon. Her son Ernest, who lives at Ada, Oklahoma, was married to Pearl Gould, the tldest daughter of the Ben Goulds. They were unable to be present at the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zentner and baby daughter, Shirley Ann, Miss Cloye Zentner and Will Smith, all of Wln- nebago, Minn., motored to Algona Friday where they visited at the Walter Zentner. Glen Strayer and William EtlKrtngton homes. They returned home Sunday. Rare value in this wristlet (QQ.75, for out-of-door* women .. Z. 7 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. A gracefully slender timtkeepinf baguette «et with two J^O.50 fine, sparkling diamond* *r*. Streamline smartness in a « o 7 50 curved, coin watch for men 'S3' GRUEN H'f always a bvauiHu! gift that b«au«funy«tpr«i«*tl» lova that intpirw its giving ... lt'« the watch the world admire* ... And thit Chritt- mas our Gruww are more glorious than ever. ..Choose one and your choice is bound to be right . . . See our sparkling new models... and remember, it costs no more to give a genuine guild-made 6roen. Models tor men and women. Some priced M to* as $25. A BRIARDALE STORE Moe & Sjogren Phones 246-247 Groceries—Meats We Deliver wwwwwuww When the Thermometer Drops in Algona Use the Right Winter Oil... . . . to get positive starting, improved gasoline mileage and utmost motor protection! A. H. Borchardt Drugs and Jewelry Yoar want list today and other days should have many of «Ma«1 itema on. Look through the list of high quality groceries-mostly all are "Richelieu" and "Baby Stuart" and Uk« in consideration the reasonable tow prle« we bell at. Among Seasonable Things Are "Richelieu" Condensed Mince Meat, 9 ounce package, '2 i'm - ------------ H11 "Strongheart" Prepared Mince Meat, very K |I( "U - j><nni<ls 35c "Richelieu" Assorted Spices for pumpkin pi<-, all in one can ----------Pumpkin, size No. 2 cans ____________ 10-13 15c Pumpkin, size No. II Useful Gifts Are Always Best . . . Electrical Gifts j Something Useful and Lasting CHEVROLETS NCEB 10W PLYMOUTHS NEED 2QW 1. 2. Peas, large or small cans _________ 10-13-18-23c Corn, large or small cans ---------- 10-13-15-lSc Bartlett Pears, size 2 can ------------------- 23c Bartlett Pears, size 2*/ 2 can ---------- 23 28-33c Royal Anne Cherries, size 2 can --------- --25c Royal Anne Cherries, size 2Va cans — —-_— 33 35c Pineapple, sliced, crushed or tid-bits 10c Vegetable and Fruit Juices, can _ J - 11 - _-- - - Iu 10c iUe fruits we have Kcd Raspberries, Whit* Cherries, «*«>rt*d fruit lor cocktail, Fcachts, Biatkberrie*. Stmwtoenies, LofUiterrit*. Apricots aiut Pesu*— all "Baby Stuart" Brand. Good assortment of Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Grapes, Grapefruit, new Seedless Oranges, Cranberries, Apples and Bananas. A K R E'S Phone 21XKJ01 e Deliver Sunbeam Kitchen Mixmaster $18.50 Automatic Toaster All chrome plated $6.50 Toastmaster with chrome plated tray $20.00 Percolators 6 «•» Hotpciut *"» t c*y Hotpoint ¥™* Sandwich Toasters 2.85 Let the magic of electricity carry your Christmas greetings this year and you'll solve your problems of What to give in the best way. The latest developments of science are on parade in our great, interesting array of Christmas gifts—and you'll find it easy to select something novel as well as very useful. Here are just a few of the values we've arranged for gift giving—it will pay to visit this store on your Christmas shopping tour. Hotpoint Heating Pad ELECTRIC IRONS Hotpoint Featherweight Automatic $5.95 Regular $3.95 You save money the year 'round bf using New and Improved Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil. But, during the cold months, especially, the low cost operation of your motor car demands the proper Winter grade; You'll get— POSITIVE STARTING. These lighter grades permit your motor to reach higher "cranking speed." You save your battery. You choke less—waste no gasoline. DEFINITELY MORE MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE; This free-flowing oil never thickens and "drags." 3 UTMOST MOTOR PROTEC- • TION. Conoco's "Hidden Quart that never drains away" protects vital parts from starting wear; New and Improved Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil in all grades, including 10W and 20W—in refio- ery-sealed cans or in bulk. Drive into a Conoco Red Triangle Station today and get ready for Winter. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY 1875 CONOCO GERM PROCESSED (PARAFFIN BASE) MOTOR OIL Kray Wedmefey Nfe*t Continental Oil Company present* Harry Rjchmann . . . Jack Denny and his music . and John B. Kennedy over NBC, Including KBO at 9:30 p. m. CST. Kohlhaas & Spilles *m8maKe»»s^^ Conoco Porducts For Sale in Algoiia at AERO Ou Highway 1(>9 WWVrVVtrWVWWW Service Station Kugeiie Wray, Prop.

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