The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 20, 1934 focal f vents Mrs. John Selp te ill suffering from the flu. Mrs. IdA Potter of Seward, mother of H. M. Botter. to spending the winter at the hom e of her son. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudftln were guests at a turkey dinner Sunday at the Arthur Wyere home ih Elmore. June Adelle Overmyer will arrive from Oskaloosa where she teaches, on Friday evening. She will have a week's vacation. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned Monday night Barter a few weeks, with her daughter, Mrs. Altai Stiles and sons in Charles City. Herbert French, employed In the Thompson Yards at Mankato, will come ,$ome Saturday and stay until after phristtnas. Thottas Bestenlehner and Joe Sheppard, Creighton college students, are «xpectea home the latter wart of this week for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Hodges and •daughter will spend Christmas day with the former's stetef, Mrs. Will Campbell and family. Doris Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, teacher at Nora Springs, will come here Friday and spend the holidays at her home. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall and two sons of Blue Earth will come Sunday and spend Christmas with the former's mother, Mrs. Charles Rosewall. Ruth Stokes, employed in a doctor's office In Minneapolis, will come Saturday and spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. O. D. Stokes. Erwln Braner, student of the Valparaiso University, will arrive home Saturday to spend the holidays with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. Ben Layton of Fort Dodge and Miss Alma Sharpen of Humboldt were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last Saturday night. Rev. Braner performed the ceremony. Chwies Zeigler and Mrs. Laura Hanson acted as witnesses. The couple will live in Fort Dodge. Merry Christmas and best wishes for a happy and Prosperous New Year C. S. Johnson White's Grocery SPECIALS Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday Apples 8malljonathans ' 10 Ibs., 39c, basket $1.49 Apples Ben Davi8 ' 10 Ibs., 39c, basket $1.49 49c Choice 49c No. 10 lied Cherries, Blackberries, Pears, Aprieots and Sliced Peaches. Assorted Breakfast Foods 3 Packages 25c Bran, Whole Wheat Flakes, Grape Nut Flakes, and Corn Flakes. Xmas Candy, assorted, 2 Ibs. 25c Yelow Sunkist Oranges, dozen _29c and 39c AUTO GIFTS that PLEASE Hot Air Heaters $8.45-$14.00 Finest Auto Clocks 6.50 Rear View Mirror & Clock _ _ _ _9.50 Ford 1935 Radio 44.50 Bumper Guards, four ._ 2-50 Radiator Ornaments 2.75 Heat-Fuel Indicators . 3-95 Radiator Winter Fronts 1.25-2.00 Frost Shields r 75c-1.50 COMBINE GIVING & PRACTICALITY Kent Motor Co. Algoua's Ford Dealer Leonard Nelson was taken 111 suddenly late Sunday evening. Hfe Ha sho'wlnj Improvement now nnd will be able to be buck to work soon. C. A. Joynt and brother, John, of Mallard, returned Sunday from Dubuque where they had gone Thursday to attend the funeral of an uncle, Tom Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey and their children will spend Christmas day with Mrc. Hovey's parents, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Heland in Brlcelyn, Mlnne- osta. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright of Danville, Illinois, are expected to arrive Sunday at the A. A. Lyon home. Mr. and Mrs. Wright are the parents of Mrs. Lyon. Oene McAdams. employed by the John Clay Commission Company of Chicago arrived Tuesday morning at the John Frankl home for a visit of several days. Opal Cronan will come home Saturday from Elmhurst where she teaches. She will spend the two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. A. L. Webster slipped and fell to the floor last week Monday and has been laid up with wrenched Mack since. She is being cared for by Mrs. E. N. Taylor. John and Elmer Hake of Minot, North Dakota, cousins of Mrs. M. E. Worster left for home Monday after visiting revives here and at Irvington and Bancroft. Dr. c, H. Cretzmeyer leaves Saturday for Chicago to meet his son, Charles, who Is a freshman at Harvard. Charles will spend the holidays with his parents. Peggy Wehler is expected to arrive from Omaha, the day after Christmas and will visit about ten days with her father, Raymond Wehler, and grandmother, Mrs. Fred Wehler. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menzel and son of Ames and Mr. and (Mrs. E. A. Schemel and son of Hampton will visit the ladies' parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver over Christmas. Mrs. c. H. Taylor plans to leave the day after Christmas for Chicago to visit her daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey. Mrs. Taylor will return some time after New Years. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Nellie McMahon and Roy will be Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg of Emmetsburg, parents of Mrs. E. C. McMahon. Bernlce Harrington, Janet Zerfasfc and Arlene Matern, who are attending Mankato Commercial college, are expected home the latter part of this week. They will have a week's vacation. Maurlne McCullough plans to leave the day after Christmas for Riverside, California. There she will visit an aunt for three or four months. She will also visit other relatives near Riverside. Tyrrell Ingersoll of Cedar Rapids, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, left Monday for New Orleans to visit until New Years. He will then come to Algona and visit a few days with his parents. Mrs. Clara Daiton will spend the Christmas vacation in Des Moines. She will meet her son, Lament, and wife of Chicago there and the two families will stay with the younger Mrs. Dai- ton's mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill will drive to Des Moines Friday evening where they will meet their daughter. Jane, a student in the junior college at Hut chlnson, Kansas. Jane will spend two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutoblns will drive Friday to Mount <Vcrrfyn for their son, Donald, and Mary Elizabeth Foster. The two are students at Cornell and will 1 spend the Chtlstmas vacation with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Qoddcn drove to Armstrong Wednesday to meet the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Guerdei of Crookston, Minnesota, who will spend the winter here at the Godden home. Mr. and Mrs. Ouerdet visited at the home of a son in Armstrong for a few weeks. Lloyd Halverson is helping out nt the Bloom store during the holiday rush. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woolrldge will visit over Christmas with the former's parents In Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. Ouderian will be guests of Mrs. Ouderian's parents In Sheffield over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Foute of Sioux City were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and family will be Christmas day guests of Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. J. M. Oleson. Frances McEnroe, who is attending St. Teresa's college in Winona, Mln- nerota, Is spending the holidays at her home. Naomi and Veronica Kenefick of Eagle Grove were guests at the home of their brother. Dr. John Keneflck, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard of Spencer spent the week end with the former's .parents, Mr. and (Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Burmelster Jcave Friday for Menomonle, Wisconsin, to spend two weeks with Mrs. Burmeister's parents. Mrs. F. S. Norton and daughter, Eleanor, will come Saturday from Marshalltown where the latter teaches, to visit over Christmas. Mrs. Floyd Saunders will leave on Friday for Bloomfleld, Iowa, where sh e will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Horn. Eleanor Keen, Donald Dewel, Perry White and George Kanouff are students of the University of Iowa, who are expected home the latter part of this week for the holidays. Mrs. C. B. Nasby of Omaha came the first of the week and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James, until after Christmas. Mr. Nasby will join her here next Monday. Mrs. Hilda Frundt and son. Bill, and daughter, Jule of Norfolk, Nebraska, are expected to arrive Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vigars. They will visit there over the holidays. Glen Blesemeler, employed formerly at the Gamble store here, left on Tuesday for Leavenworth, Kansas, where he will be manager of a Gamble store. Mrs. Biesemeler will follow in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Miller of Omaha, will arrive at the P. V. Janse home Saturday. Mr. Miller will return to Omaha after Christmas but Mrs. Miller, who is the former Elizabeth Janse, will visit longer. Arba Dee Long, Gertrude Long, Frances Htough, Marguerite Dalzlel. students at Grinncll College, are expected home Friday evening wfiern they will spend the Christmas vacation with their respective parents. Mrs. Harold Wllley of Cripple Creek, Colorado, came Monday and is visiting: for a few days at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George WiUey. She expects to spend Christmas with her parents at Kanawha. Harold is manager of a chain grocery in Cripple Creek. Dances I. O. O. F. Hall Good Orchestras Xmas Night, Dec. 25 Friday, Dec. 28 Tuesday, January 1 Mrs. Alice Sabin of Kansas City, Mo. nfrrived here Thiimfey nt the home of Mrs. Bstella Sabin and expects to visit relatives and friends for * few weeks. Mrs. Jennie Sabin of Kanawha visited Friday with these ladles. Dr. Gfen Naudnin of Charlotte. South Carolina, will come next Monday and spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudaln. Dr. Naudaln Is the de*n of chemistry department in the University at Charlotte. Henry Douglass left Monday for Webster City where he has been transferred as rate clerk In the Northwestern depot, a position similar to the one held in Algona. Mrs. Douglass and son will follow after the first of the year. Mrs. C. A. Joynt visited in Mallard Thursday and attended a quilting bee at the home of her brother, Henry Reindcrs. Mrs. Charlie Kaln of Emmetsburg, also a guest at the Reln- ders home, accompanied Mrs. Joynt home and was a guest here until Sunday. Students from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls who will arrive home Friday are: Margaret Vigars, Woodrow Sarchet, Ella Zumnch. Evelyn Smith, Leon a Smi'lh, Roberta Skllllng. Mary Black, Margaret Blossom, Will Devine. They will have two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Charles Magnusson was taken to the hospital Sunday, suffering with heart trouble. She had been confined to her bed at home most of the time for the 0ast two weeks, and It Is hoped that complete rest In the hospital will bring about a beneficial change In her condition. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg and their daughter, Ruth, will leave the day after Christmas for Hartsville, Indiana, to visit with their daughter, Mrs. Owen Parrett and to help the Parrett* celebrate their first wedding anniversary on '.he 28th. Mrs. Parrett Is the former Lucille Malueg. We Wish all Our Friends and Patrons a To Our Thousands of Customers and Friends At this time of the your \ve pause in appreciation to you Who have contributed .so much during tin-year just closing, to our happiness and satisfaction. Your friendship has meant more to us than mere commercial relationship and with weak words we are trying to convey a sincere THANK YOU and to wish for you and yours a very Merry Christinas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. o Cut Rate Grocery Outstanding Values for Friday, Saturday and Monday Sugar, 10 IDS. 49c Butter, Ib. 30c Walnuts, Ib. __ ^—19c Mixed Nuts, no peanuts 20c Peanut Butter, 4 / 2 ID. 25c Mixed Candy, 2 Ibs. _25c Jell Powder, 6 pkgs. 25c Cranberries, Ib. 19c Grapefruit, B for __25c Dates, fancy, 2 Ibs. 19c Bananas, 4 Ibs. 23c Large Sweet Juicy Oranges, size 200 doz 29c "Busiest Little Store in Town" Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Watch and wnit for the new New 1935 Chevrolet The last, word in automobile building. We Have a Few Used Cars on Hafid 1929 Chev. sedan 1929 Studebaker Two 1931 Chev. Coupes See D. Parsons for all kinds of Car Painting- Kohlhaas Bros. ^WWUWWWWWWJWVW^^ Repairing and Upholstering I do all kinds of Furniture Repairing arid Upholstering. Drop me a card and I will call at; your home and estimate any job. Sewing Machines Repaired C. W. Davenport 107 So. Williams St. Algona, Iowa ww^^ • : u it. . •», <, List Your Horses And other Livestock for our next sale to be held Tuesday, Jan. S JOHN T. MC GUIRE, Phone 636 C. L. MC VAY, Phone 791 HUGH M. COLWELL, Phone 20F12 Everybody Likes to Shop at JAMES' The reason is easy—there is a wealth of items to choose from at varying prices to suit every purse. Gifts for the entire family can be had in this store. Cliet Williams Lyle Keyuolds Maxixe Choc. Covered Cherries ___ , 39c Hortons Chocolates 75c Men's Billfolds _ _ _69c to 3.00 Military Sets 1.00-5 00 Cascade Stationery, 24 sheets, 12 note sheets, letter sheets, a 50c value 29c 21 Ib. Homemaid Chocs. _59c Armond's Sets $1.00 Yardley's Sets ___95c to $4.00 Flashlights, focusing 39c-49c Mens shaving sets 39c-1.00-3.50 g Compacts .._..1.00 to 5.00 Manicure Sets 50c to 3.00 Jonteel Sets, Po. and -..Perfume $1.00 Stationery 39c to $1.00 Cigars, all popular brands 50c to $5.00 We have on display a Wonderful collue.tioii of gifts too numerous to numtiou, Seeing is. believing. (Jome hi and inspect the many gifts on display at this .store. K. 0» JAMES

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