The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona TJpper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 26,1936 Mfc and Mrs. peftiti* Pratt spent Monday In Des Moines where they went on business. Mr. and MM. Merle Lulck of Emmetsburg spent the week end with Mr. and Mrt. T. L. Robinson. John Shllte, Mason City, will «pend the coming week end at the home of his father, Frank Shuts. Mrs. John Storm was ill over the week end with a bad case of ton- sllltis and was unable to talk above a whisper. Bertha Knchenrenther, R. N., has returned to her work at Dr. Janse's office after recovering from a siege of pneumonia. Oscar Erickaon and Leo 8plU.es .left Friday afternoon for Minneapolis and remained until Sunday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart will leave Friday for fowa Falls to spend the week end with their daughter, Catherine. C. C. Bcharlach spent Monday -and Tuesday of last week in Des Moines visiting his daughters, Mrs. D. F. May and Geneva Scharlach. Mrs. f. L. Roblson expects to leave Thursday for Mankato, Mln- -nesota, where she will visit Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ruff Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trager and .son, Jimmle Lee of Sumner spent the week end in the Dennis Pratt home. Mr. Trager is a brother of Mrs. Pratt. W. T. Reldy, manager of the local Sioux City Seed Company, returned Sunday from. Sioux City, where he had been since Friday on a business trip. Frank Zender left Sunday for Clinton where he will be a delegate to the Knights of Clumbus convention. He expected to return on Tuesday evening. Manrine McCullough left Tuesday for Newton where she will visit for the remainder of the week with her grandmother, Mrs. R. F. McCullough and other relatives. Mildred Richardson, sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson, is able to be up and around again, after spending three weeks in bed because of heart trouble. Mildred suffered several fainting spells In school prior to her confinement in bed. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shultt and children were at Humboidt Wednesday afternoon and attended the funeral of Mr. Shultz's brother. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McKeq attended the funeral of a friend at Mason City Wednesday afternoon. The McKees formerly lived in Mason City. Allan Buchanan spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Allan will complete his course at the Hamilton school of business training this next week. Mrs. Maurice McMahon and her daughter, Nancy, returned the first of last week from Minneaoplls, where they had visited with the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller and sister, Mrs. H. Trainer and husband Burt, left Saturday for Sparta, Wisconsin, to spend a week at the home of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spradling. Mrs. E. S. George and Mrs. Margaret Lancaster and son, Herbie, all of Graettlnger, were guests for dinner Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lalng. They returned to their home that even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn, Des Moines, and daughter, Jane, visited Wednesday and Thursday here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn. Gerald is employed in the Phillips "66" offices at Des Moines. L. J. Nelson, Dr. R. M. Wallace and the Rev. Joseph Schultes of Bancroft, returned Wednesday of last week from Chippcwa River, Wisconsin, where they had gone the previous Sunday on a fishing trip. They reported fishing as only "fair." Word was received by the I* J. Nelsons that their daughter, Margaret, student at Mount St. Mary's, Cherokee, had received the highest average in her studies in the freshman class, and had also received the highest grade of the freshmen in speech class. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample and niece, Capitolia, drove to Butterfield, Minnesota, Saturday and visited until Sunday afternoon with relatives. They were accompanied by Mrs. C. F. Specht who went as far as Mountain Lake, Minnesota, to visit her mother. Decoration Day Suits Dont Gamble Don't gamble away your chances of being one tit' the season's best fitted, best-dressed men by overlooking our stock of Palm Heaeli Suits. We have used every precaution in choosing our summer Palm Beach Suits and have available for you the finest selection of smart new ideas in weaves, shades and models. In addition we employ only experienced, well schooled titters, trained to the art of giving you the utmost in fit and comfort. Remember, Palm Beach Suits sell at $16.75 in every store selling them but not every store offers you the experienced fitting or the wide selection which we do. So Don't Gamble with Fit, Style and Comfort. Buy your Palm Beach Suit here and assure yourself of the best. Zender & Caldwell Algona 's New Clothes Shop MM. Gall t'owrte and daughter, Berdlne, spent Saturday in Mason I City visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones, Lone Rock, were guests Saturday at the Frank Geigel home. Alice Schraeder, Brltt, was a guest Friday and Saturday at the H. D. Clapsaddle home. Mrs. H. M. Olson spent Monday of last week in Ruthven with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johnson. Mrs. Raymond Norton visited in Ames week end before last with her son, Richard, and was also there for Veishea. Mrs. Howard Holecek, Jackson, Minnesota, came last week and is now a guest of her sister, Mrs. Pete Waldron. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ward a week ago last Wednesday. This is the couple's first child. Barbara Moyl, Orinnell, visited at the Dennis Goeders home over the week end, the guest of David Phillips, local teacher. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller spent Sunday in Mapleton, Minnesota, with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Miller. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom was able to be up and around the last of the week after being confined to her bed with sinua trouble. H. D. Clapsaddle and Charles Berringer attended a Shell com- panv dealers' meeting in Fort Dddge Thursday evening. Eugene Murtagh and Melzar Fal- kenhainer returned Friday from Kansas City, where they had been since Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson and son. Jerry Bob, visited with Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. James Slattnow, in Crystal Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld Is expected Friday from her home in Austin, Minnesota, and will visit a week with her 'mother, Mrs. Ben Benson. Don Trauger, Iowa State College student, spent the week tnd here with his mother, Mrs. Art Trauger. Don will get his master's degree in July. Mrs. Ethel Morrison and Andy Anderson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grange, Ruthven, left Sunday for Horse Shoe Lake, Minnesota, where they will spend a week fishing. Bert Deal and mother-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan and daughters, Gwen and Erma Lea, drove to Mason City Saturday and spent the day. The former attended to business matters. Mrs. R. H. Miller drove to Estherville Wednesday and brought back her mother, Mrs. L. G. Thompson, who visited at the Miller home until Sunday afternoon. The Millers took her back to Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich, Burt, visited Saturday and Sunday in Toledo, Iowa, with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. Cronan is the former Viola Bleich. Rev. C. Paul Carlson presided as moderator at a meeting of the Lu- Verne and Ottosen Presbyterian churches. The purpose of the meeting was to call a pastor for the two churches. The pastor will reside in LuVerne. Leona Smith, daughter of Mr». Neal Smith, arrived home Tuesday evening of last week,for the summer ' vacation. Leona has been teaching the primary grade at Swaledale, and the school was closed early because of scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. George Vail, Chicago, were guests Saturday evening and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sheehan. The Vails also attended to business matters in this territory and left Sunday for their summer home in Rhlnelander, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amuncon and three children drove to Ellsworth Sunday to visit Mrs. Amunson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds. The Reynolds recently returned from Los Angeles, where they have been the past one and one-half years. Mrs. P. V. Janse returned Wednesday from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where she had been visit- nig her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller tor the past three weeks. Mrs. H. B. White and Mrs. C. N. Aalfa drove to Des Moines to meet her and bring her back. Mr». O. H. Goedera and daughter* Mrs. Norman Walker and husband, drove to Pine Lake Saturday to visit another daughter of the former, Mrs. Harold Falkenhalner. Mrs. Goedera and Mr. Walker returned Sunday but Mrs. Walker is remaining there for this week. Mrs. Klicaboth Mangan, Minneapolis, and sons, John and Harry, • will arrive Saturday of this week to visit until Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Maurice McMahon. Dr. Ralph Carpenter of the University hospital, Iowa City, cousin of Mrs. McMahon, will also vis- It Saturday and Sunday at the McMahon home. Florence Downing of Riverside, California, and Mrs. R. F. McCullough of Newton spent from Saturday until Tuesday in the W. G. McCullough home. The former, a sister of Mr. McCullough, made the trip from California on the initial run of the Super Chief on the Santa Fe line. The latter lady is Mr. McCutlough's mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sheehan will leave Thursday of this week for Des Moines to visit the former's father, William'Sheehan, and sister, Mrs. Joe Uhl. They wfll also meet Rosanne Brown, Atlantic, 9 year old girl who has made frequent visits at the Sheehan home here. Miss Brown will spend the summer months In Algona. Thay will return here Sunday. The Royal "400" service station on Diagonal street has been taken over by Floyd Farnum, who came here from Fayette, Iowa, recently. Mr. Farnum has also arranged the station so that he can handle groceries and meats. Mr. Farnum and his wife have rented rooms in the John Lamuth home. They have one son, 19 years old, who is attending college and will join them during the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Barnard, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, arrived Monday and are visiting at the home of their son, D. A. Barnard. Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, accompanied her grandparents here after visiting a week with them and with her aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee, Grand Forks. The Lees visited here about a week ago and took Lois with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Holmes were pleasantly surprised Thursday by a visit from some well known former Algonlans, John Whitfield of Huntington Beach, California, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. George Whitfield of Laurens. Mr. Whitfleld's father was a minister in the local Methodist church about 35 years ago. Mrs. George Whltfleld's late husband was a presiding eider In the same church about twelve years ago. Roy Bjustrom left Friday evening on his two weeks' trip to Cuba, which he won from the Philco company for having made the largest per cent of the quota of sales In this district. He went from Chicago to New York in company with other prize-winning dealers, on a special train. The men then were to leave on S. S. Bermuda for a three day trip on the water to Havana. After two days there, they will return to New York for another two days and then will leave for their homes. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer visited his son, Charles, last week nt Cambridge, Massachusetts, and attended a dual track meet at Boston on Saturday, in which "Chuck" competed for Harvard. Harvard was the winner and Chuck was awarded a miniature gold track shoe. He also won his letter for this year's track competition. As a result of last Saturday's meet Chuck is entitled to enter a meet in Philadelphia next week In which mcst of eastern schools will be represented. Dr. Cretzmeyer will return home Wednesday evening. . WEEK-END SPECIALS ROD and REEL 49 FOB HUTU Pull aw.lurI-plau? tut *&'/» tfRhM Ball and Glove AU kMthcr youth*' folder* (iov*. fUK tuu full AUTO POLISH Thermo* Bottle* TOP DRESSING JOE BLOOM Mr. and Mrs. I* 3. DeGraw and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnfs and son, Donny, spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines with the De- Graws' daughter, Mrs. Maynard Stephenson. Mrs. McGinnls is also a daughter of the DeGraws. Mr. and Sirs. Edward Kelley of Emmetsburg are the parents of a son born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been nam- ed Daniel Mitchell. Mr. Kelley is a brother of Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, and Is the law partner of G. D. Shumway. May Sale Paint Specials—4"x4" Paint Brush, can brush cleaner FREE and gal. Linseed Oil at 29c with purchase of 6 gal. 100 r -r Home Guard Paint. FREE Linseed Oil with Grade "A" Barn Paint.—Gamble stores. 21 Decoration Day Used Car Bargains 1938 Plymouth black 2-door, nearly new. Jn*t took this In on a new Chrysler. Only 1500 miles. 19S5 International pick-op truck, 128 in. wheel bane, like new 1935 Ford V-8 Black 2-door, like new 1934 Chevrolet coach, excellent shape 1933 Ford V-8, new paint, fine condition 1983 Plymouth 4-door deluxe, fine condition 1932 Plymouth 4-door deluxe, fine condition 1982 Plymouth 2-door deluxe, fine condition 1981 Chevrolet coach with trunk, new paint, excellent 1930 Ford A 4-door with trunk, excellent condition 1929 Ford A 2-door, excellent condition And other cheaper can We have other used cars coming in during the week on new cars Watch Our Used Car Lot for Bargains WE TRADE EASY TERMS MAXWELL MOTORS CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS Pratt Electric Company Phone 170 Algona, Iowa SPECIAL SALEOt WASH FROCKS TREMEN^.USl^EN^ OF $T.YLJfAND VALUE, ONLY 47 CENTS An" amazing'array of 12'•mart new numbers.» There are Prints and Batiste in unbelievably lovely patterns.! Clever designs I Novel trims I Outstanding quality! Exceptional work- mansbJpl Every one is full cut and, perfect fit. Get several! Colors Guaranteed' Fast All sizes— * 14 to 5^ I Wow do you manage Ito few* Midi good lack with your I taking every Kim?* I rWWI C tm NKK OOM it whmt I at* Mao Ann Float—ft'* oi way* aVpcmfabfe." MARYANN Vie FLO U R tvttJi a Itaixx Mary Ann Flour 49 Ib*. $1.98 Fremont's Beat 49 Ibs. $1.69 Radiant .49 Ibg. $1.29 Monarch Telephone Pea«, 2 Ig. cans 25c Floor Wax, guaranteed 1-lb .can 49c Sunkist Lemons per doz. 35c Tea Sittings ._ 1 Ib. lOc Crystal White Soap __10 giant bars 35c Mello Softens hardest water 3pkgs. 25c Sani-Flush Lg. can, 21c Pabst-et Cheese Spread per pkg. 15c Corn & Tomatoes, ex. stan. 3 Ig. cans 25c Don't Forget — We have Mother Hubard Chick Feeds, Turkey Feeds and Concentrates. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Meats BASKET GROCERY BUY ON PROOF OF PERFORMANCE THE MASTERPIECE AVOID xxldcnu —Uk« 0 chance*—buy your tire* n Proof of Performance! lute lure that you and your imily will be lafe! 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