The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 23,1936 Mr. and MM. E. c. McMahon were In Ames on business, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pauline of Des Moines spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mackey and family. Dr. and Mr*. H. M. Olson spent the week end in Ruthven with Mrs Olson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. j Johnson. Mr. an* Mrs. W. J. Becker and son, Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson spent Wednesday in Mason City. Jack Johnson, Jr., began selling cars last week for the Algona Auto Market. He was formerly with the Kosstith Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Adex of Bobne were guests of Mr. and M*s. Wm Pestotnlk, Thursday. "• .'s MM. J. O. Paxson went to Mason City, Friday afternoon, ft spend a few* days visiting with her daughter and family, Mrs. F. B. Shaffer. Mr, and Mrs. Owen Nichols accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daw left Saturday morning for a ten days vacationing and fishing trip at Woman's Lake. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf will arrive Wednesday to spend a visit with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Ooeders Mrs. Uhlendorf a home is in Chicago with her son, Ed Uhlendorf. RObert and William Moniux, sons of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, returned last Thursday from Iowa State College at Ames. Robert has a job for the summer at Titonka, working for Clarence Christenson, farmer. William will spend the summer working as assistant to Dr. Stanton of Jackson, Minnesota. for Milbank. South Dakota. Friday morning, where they will visit Mr and Mrs. Chris Jensen. Mrs. Jensen 1 is the sister of Mrs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Art Cherest of Springfield, Massachusetts, were Friday morning visitors of Mrs. H M. Olson. They stopped here on their way to Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Josephine Murtagh returned to her duties at the International Revenue offices in Des Moines, on Sunday. She spent a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Mrs. Harold Stetson and small son of Tucson, Arizona, daughter of Judge Davfson of Emjmetsburg, and her mother, Mrs. F. C. Davidson, were guests of Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Thursday. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Harry Godden, Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mrs. Nellie McMahon drove to Graettlnger last Wednesday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. Spies. Mrs. A. E. Wllley, who lives at the E. L. DeZellar hom,e, suddenly became very 111 last Monday, while visiting Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. She was able to return to her home on Thursday. She is still confined to her bed. A. H. Stock went to Storm Lake Friday for a few days' visit at the home of his brother. W. G. Stock. His sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Slagle of Lynnwood, California, are also visiting there, enroute to Washington, D. C., Boston and Philadelphia on a trip. Mr. Stock planned to spend Sunday at the home of his son, Kenneth in Sioux City. Six Per Cent Interest. . . The highest rate of interest charged on any loan at this bank is only six percent. We have ample funds to loan and you are assured of prompt, courteous and friendly consideration. We would be pleased to have an opportunity to discuss your borrowing needs with you. No red tape. No wait- Iowa State Bank ALGONA R. H. Miller, President H. L. Gllmore, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Asst. Cashier COLD STREAM SAL MO «£• Vigorous and wlney Coffee n * Two 1-lb jf Bokar can. 45c Del Monte Coffee 1-lb. can 25c Ib. can 49o *V4 Ib. can 1 Ib. pkg. Iowa State Brand BUTTER Ib. 30c Regular or Pimento PABST-ETT 2 pkgs. 29c Salada TEA Black Green Old Munich Malt Gampflre Marahmallowp 19c Pilhtbury'n Z% Ib. pkg. Cake Flour 25c Water Pack No. 10 can Peaches 39c CERTO 8 os. bottle 21c Suonymekl 40% Bran Hake* t— 18 o» pkg. I5c White King Granulated Soap24ozpkg21c Waldorf Tissue 6 rolls 25c Soap Chip. 5 Ib. box 29c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables GRANGES, size 262 _______________ dozen 30c New potatoes 10 Ib 49c I*nwns, siae 300 dz 38c «, « «. i/v Cantaloupe, size 36 Bipe Tomatoes, Ib lOc 2 j or * Wed, aa^T Thar*. SUGAR 10 ±f 53c 20 Ib. bag IJtt 100 Ib. bag 5.13 BEET SUGAR 10 Ib. cloth bag Sic 25 Ib. bug 1.28 100 Ib. bag 44M Tun* In Kate Smith. 6OO p. food Stores A. L. Peterson went to Nevada, Iowa, Friday for rest and treatment at the sanitarium. .radge and Mrs. W. B. Qnarton spent the week end in Pocahontas at the Bert Shaw residence. Mrs. Stanley Llndborg, Mary Katherine Hum, Esther Pratt and Theodora and Maxlne Larson spent Tuesday In Mason City. Mrs. Edythe Dailey and son, BID spent the week end in Minneapolis visiting with Mrs. Jennie Dye. Mrs. Dye is Mrs. Dailey's mother. R. N. Bruer, formerly of Bancroft, now living at Osakis, Minnesota, was an Algona visitor, Friday, renewing old acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Lenera, and daughters, Lou and Mrs. Robert Shartz, Chicago, arrived Monday of last week and were visitors of Mrs. Nick Leners until Friday. James Spencer returned Thursday after spending two weeks and a half visiting with relatives in Rhlnelander, Wisconsin, and with the Leslie Seward family in Chicago. Stanley Llndborg, cousin of Ted Larson, began work recently for George L. Miller. Mrs. Lindborg, who is employed in Chicago, is spending her vacation with her husband. W. C. Fuller was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill on Thursday and Friday. Mr. Fuller is the president of the Southwest Grain Company of Hutchinson, Kansas. He went to Minneapolis on a business trip. Matirlne McCulIough, Jane Hemphill, Mrs. Lawson Reed and Ruth McKee drove to Mason City, Wednesday. Catherine Selzer and Eleanor Payne came home with them that afternoon, and returned to Mason City on the train that evening. Mrs. Nannie Setchell has been at Nevada sanitarium taking treatments during the past two weeks. Her health has been poor for the past year. During her absence, Myrtle St. John is in charge of the store. Mr. and Airs. Don Hutchison and daughlera, Joan and Nancy, drove to Des Moines, Friday, to return their niece, Nancy Carroll, to her home. Nancy spent ten days visiting with the Hutchison family. The Hutchisons returned from Des Moines Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and four children left Friday for Haines, North Dakota, to spend until Monday evening visiting with the parents of Mr. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pratt. Marian Hoppe accompanied them as far as Aberdeen, where she will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and daughter, Marguerite Dalziel, drove to Boulder, Colorado, Thursday morning. Marguerite will attend summer school there during the remainder of the summer, at the University of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Lusby will return in about ten days. Lieutenant and Mrs. Mell Peterson and son left this morning (Tuesday) for Annapolis, Maryland, by the way of Des Moines. The Petersons will make their home in Annapolis for the next year, while Lieutenant Peterson Is taking a post graduate course at the United States Naval Academy. , Mrs. Ellen Wagoner and daughter, Janice arrived from Des Moines Friday and will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Julia Benson. Mrs. Wagoner and Janice will spend July and August in Brainerd, Minnesota. They will return here at that time and expect to make Algona their home permanently. Miss Gertrude Armltage of Des Moines, and a friend, Marguerite Shenafelt of Wavenly, spent last week Tuesday and part of Wednesday in Algona visiting Esther Lavrenz, and also contacting other friends of Miss Armitage, who was a former district statistician of the local National Reemployment office. Mr. and Mrs. ROM Coleman and daughters, Phyllis and Minerva arrived Friday night from Louisville, Kentucky. The Colemans have been living in Louisville for the past three months, but will make their home in Algona again. Minerva and PhyMIs are employed In the lunch room at Cook's service station. Mrs. Stewart Haseltine and h»r adopted daughter, Lois Jean and niece, Dorothy Jean Lawson, arrived Saturday, after driving from Selma, California, to spend the summer with the former's mother, Mrs. Joe Coagrove. They were accompanied by Mrs. Faye Carroll, and Mrs. Ralph Weigman of Los Angeles. Florence Larsen, Albert Lea, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family, and their guest, Florence Larson, motored to Clear Lake and joined a group of relatives from Albert Lea for a picnic dinner. Florence returned to her home with the Albert Lea folks. Mr*. R. F. McCullough, Newton, has spent the past two weeks visiting at the home of her son. W. G. McCullough. Mr. McCuilough will take her to her home today (Tuesday), and Mrs. W. G. McCullough will return to Algona with him. Mrs. McCullough has been visiting in Newton the last two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Belle Geddes. Mr. und Kirs. C. W. Conners, Des Moines, were guests of Mrs. Gusta Patterson, Friday. Arlene Fraser accompanied them to Algona and will spend the week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser. Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Conner are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Conner will visit with her mother, Mrs. Eva Carman of St. Benedict, this week. Betty Lou Towttn cam* down with the mumps last Saturday. Dr. M. O. Bourne and Andy Anderson spent last week end fishing at Horseshoe Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Voting and two children of Mason City were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and little son, Billy Bob, of Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. R. J. Richardson, J. A. Browned and Raymond Richardson drove to Lake Hattle, Minnesota, Sunday and will return Wednesday. Mrs. Bernard Yeoman will return to her home Wednesday evening. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Hudson, Fort Dodge, for ten days. E. H. Everson, St. Charles, South Dakota was a guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Mr. Everson is the national president of the Farmers Union. Sunday guests of Mary Strelt were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen, and children, Terry and Mary, and her niece, Catherine Strelt, all of Mason City. Mary Foster, Evelyn Smith, Valeria Pickett, and Bernice Dearchs spent Saturday in Clear Lake. Martha Dewel, who had been a visitor at the Dewel cottage, returned with them. Charley Lund came down from Ceylon, Minnesota, and s'pent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund in Algona. Charley has a good job in a drug store in Ceylon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reed, Sioux. Falls, South Dakota, and daughter j and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Htewar McCabe, Eagle Grove, spent the week end with Fay's brother, Lee Reed. Rev. C. C. Winter of Beatrice, Nebraska, will preach at the Bap tlst church here as a candidate, nex Sunday, June 28. A short business session will follow the morning services. Mrs. Joe Ketley, Mrs. O. W Erlckson and her mother. Mrs Belle Erickson, Mrs. H. C. Har greaves, and Mrs. Russell Cook drove to Rockwell City Thursday to spend the day visiting Mrs. W. D Howie. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller left Wednesday evening for Davenpon where Mr. Miller attended the annual meeting of the State Bar Association, Thursday and Friday They drove to Chicago Friday evening and spent the week end there returning Monday moriing. Hattie Phillips and two daughters, Irma Dee and Donna Jean Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roupe and daughter, Irma Dec, attended a family picnic In Mason City, Sunday. Donna Jean Phillips drove on to Cedar Rapids for a two weeks visit with the Arnold Roupe's Mrs. H. B. White will drive to Mason City Wednesday for her mother, Mrs. A. M. Jasperson. Mrs Jasperson is from Glendale, California, and has been visiting in Mason City since Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Victor Young. Mrs Jasperson will visit In Algona untl; August 1. Mrs. H. J. Bacon and daughter Etta, another daughter, Mrs. Bill Nelson, LuVerne, and Beulah Gladstone, also ot LuVerne, left Tuesday morning far a month's motoring trip in the west They will visit the Black Hills, Yellowstone National Park, Salt Lake City, and the Pacific Coast. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh spent several days In Algona last week getting the home on North Thorlngton street ready for the family, who will return from Des Moines early In July. Josephine Murtagh, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, returned to Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Anna Nelson caim home last Thursday from Chicago where she had received her master's degree from the University of Chicago the day before. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Alma Nelson and sister, Gertrude, who had spent a week with her. Anna has accepted a position for next year to be critic teacher of social science In the Nebraska State Teachers' College at Shadron, Nebraska. She left Friday with the Albin Spongberg family to spend two weeks at Cass Lake. Cora Miner will drive to DPS Moines today (Tuesday) on business. Bob» Richardson spent the week end In Pocahontas with the D. M. Simpsons. Dr. and Mrs. Elvidgp of Perry were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Boeder left Monday to visit with relatives of Mrs. Roeder in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McPherson. Stewart, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh Sunday. Dorothy Jean Peterson of Emmetsburg arrived Saturday for a visit with her aunt, Mayme Webster. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Htggin*, Des Moines, visited Sunday and Monday with their daughter, Mrs. Ray Work. Mrs. John Mahoney left Thursday for Chicago where she will spend two weeks with relatives and friends. Miss Caroline Schlchtl, Cedar Rapids, arrived Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. B. P. Richardson. Mrs. E. R Kirbach spent the week end in Cedar Rapids at the home of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Meade. Inex Potter I* taking a this week from the James drug store. Mrs. H. B. White is assisting during her absence. Mrs. George Elhert Is spending some time at Clear Lake supervising the construction of a cottage the Elberts nre building. Mrs. Clarence Shilt* is spending this week with her brother, George Walters at Milford. Mr. Shilts and Fred took her to Milford Sunday. Jack Long went to Chicago Saturday on a stock pass and while there will Inspect the Swift plant, and get a few pointers on the meat industry. He is expected home today. BARN PAINT RED 89C gallon S Gallon Lota JOE BLOOM Coast-to-Coa»t Store $®XXS®C«^<KW Bargains in Used Cars 1935 Chevrolet Truck LWB. overload springs, 18.000 actunl miles 1933 Ford Conrh. New frtmmetal blue p.unt 1933 Terraplnne, extra rlenn 19J8 Chevrolet sedan 1MO Chevi-oltt roach 1931 Chevrolet conch 1!'2!» Chevrolf-' coach 1935 Plymouth coupe tfl30 Pontinc coach 1934 Chevrolet master coupe WE TRADE EASY TERMS MAXWELL MOTORS CHYSLEB—PLYMOUTH Sale* and Service OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS Salesmen—Sam. Evnnn, Uarner and Jim Burns Bin? Algona. Iowa READ U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS YES—You, too. can save 25 to 40% on paint and now, you can finance both paint and labor under the P. H. A. plan. Barn Paint, 11.37 gal. House, 11.74. ga l. p in 5 gal. lota.—Gamble Stores. 23 Nebou was awarded the degree of Master of Arts by the University of Chicago at the ISith convocation exercises, held in the beautiful Gothic chapel of the university. Misa Nelson received her degree through! the department of education in the division of Social Sciences. The title of her thesis waa "The Illustrated Content of Textbooks in United States History." Sirs. A. B. Schencic and four buys returned Wednesday from Union, Iowa, where they had visited a few days at the home of Mrs. Schenck's Bister, Mra. E. V. Williu, and attended a family reunion held June IS. The reunion wus a postponed celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Schenck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Upton of Leuoastcit, Wisconsin, which occurred on February 22. Happy BIRTHDAY! Seems like nowadays any store or irni which happens to be in bua- neatt a year or so has a birthday every once in awhile, I.ONG'B OUTLAW FOOD SHOP s enjoying its 35th birthday and lope the good people of Algona and Kossuth county will let us add another 35 years. i'rom now on until Thanksgiving ime the canning season will be the main topic ot the household. Remember Long's for your CAHHIKG NEEDS Phese hot days—keep a case or wo of oar Ginger Ale, White Hod*, Lime Rickey. Save money buying by the ca»e. Another shipment of .gallon crushed Pineapples. Good to can with (rawberries for jam. We want you all to know we lave plenty of HKKWOHKS Keep us in mind. Fireworks for the Biiiall and large children. oire's OUTLAW FOOD SHOP OUR NEW NAME Phuue« Free Delivery $100.00 Cash Prize Coupon With Every Kodak Film Developed and 8 DeLuxe PrinU and professional enlargement oil painted by artists all for only 25c. Mail to Film Service Wisconsin Mall thin ad with roll for K5 Individual attention 22-26* . , , But These Prices on Standard Quality Clothing and Shoes Are Lower Than Any So^Called Going Out of Business Sale Can Offer ~ — • ' ^^^^•••^^^^^•^••s. Compare Before Yovi Buy MEN'S SUMMER WASH CAPS ___ MEN'S SHIRTS AND SHORTS, MEN'S BIG BEAUTY 8 OZ. SANFORIZED O'ALLS MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE ANKLE LENGTH UNIONS _ BOYS'OVERALLS AND O'ALL PANTS 49c MEN'S SUMMER WHITE SPORT BELTS MEN'S RAYON POLO SHIRTS BOY'S SWEAT SHIRTS, MANY STYLES, AT 50C&69C The Best Buy In Work Shoes In North Iowa dose Out of Men's White and Sport OXFORDS 1.69 Values to $2.95 Men's All Leather Work Shoe 1.50 Men's Compo sole Work Shoes ____ WOLVERINE l Ilorsehide Leather Hole, arch support shoes in black or brown, all sizes. i. f'ompan- this shoe- with any .so- called .sale store .shoe at $'J.1f> m- higher in price. Boy's Dress OXFORDS Sports aiid Blacks 1.15 Boy's Work Shoes Black Cowhide Leather Sole 1.29 MEN'S POLICE SHOES These Are Only a Few of Our Every day Items Double Solo, extra heavy arch support, wear-proof lining, uppers of calfskin. Compare with any shoe. $1.97 MEN'S GUNMETAL OXFORDS Arch support, m;wc.st toes, leath- -^ er or rubber heels, many styles \1 flQ to pick from, all sizes. " These are our everyday prices found here the year 'round - no tricks or devices to get business - rock bottom prices at all times.

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