The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 4,1936 Societies and Clubs Idle-Hottr Members of the Idle-Hour bridge club met Wednesday noon fot a picnic at the Call state parJt. After the picnic contract bridge was played on the porch of the shelter house. PHJ*s were won by Mrs. W. Q. McCullough and Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. F. B. Sawyer, chairman, Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. WilHam McDonald, Mrs. E. W. Lusby, and Mrs. D. D. Monlu*. Guests of the club were Mrs. Minnie Long, and Mrs. Earl Mason. Peter Klbert Reunion- Members of the Peter Elbert family met Sunday at the Call state park at a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and their children and grandchildren attended, making a total of about 40 members. They came from Whlt- temore, Pocahontas, West Bend, Los Angeles and Algona. A picnic lunch was served and the afternoon was spent at games and socially. Shower for Mrs. Vance- Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Mrs. Ted Larson, Mrs. D. P. Smith, and Mrs. H. E. Carr entertained at a shower Thursday evening for Mrs. Geo. Vance at the Harrington home. There were 45 guests present Games were the diversion of the evening. Refreshments were served and the color scheme was yellow and green. Royal Neighbor Picnic— The Royal Neighbors met at the atate park Tuesday afternoon. After a picnic dinner, bridge was played on the porch of the shelter house. There were five tables, and Mrs. Roy Roeder won high prize, .and the cut prize went to Mrs. Firm Laing. LOCAL NEWS Pearl Snodgrass, AmarlHo, Texas, came Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Harold Neville. Jerry Oood, little son of Phyllis Good, ia spending the week with -bin aunt, Mrs. Cecil Benner, at Uarner. Mr. and Mrs. James Watts were called to Panora, Iowa, Thursday by the death of the latter a brother, Clarence E. Heasley. Kathertne Van New spent Monday at Iowa Falls, visiting her grandmother, Mrs. M. C. Yaw, and her aunt, Mrs. Albert Yaw. Aria Bakken began work as the cashier at the States Cafe, Saturday. She Is taking the place of Thelma Blinkman who resigned. Katherine Van Ness will teach In the Des Molnes public schools this fall. She will teach in the primary grades. For the past two years Katherine has been teaching at Iowa Falls. Josephine Chubb arrived Saturday and will spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Chubb. Josephine is employed In the office of the county .surveyor at Minneapolis. Elisabeth Nugent had a painful and unfortunate accident bunday at the Country Club whan sh» fel and tore the ligament* In her toft elbow. She was golfing with her three brothers and they war* play ing along the road on the number live fairway. She stopped Into a partly obscured rut near the road and fell in such a way that all her weight went on the elbow. Colored glasses were thought to have partly obscured her vision. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. McArtfaur and daughter, Ully, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Broederson and son Eugene will leave Wednesday morning for Portland, Oregon, to be gone until September 1. They will visit three aunts and two uncles of Mrs. McArthur and an uncle of Mr. McArthur. Mr. Mo- Arthur's uncle, David McArthur, is a former Kossuth farmer and once lived on the Clark Peck farm. He is 93 years of age. He served as a scout in the Civil War. Farewell Party Given for Rev. Aten Hurt: A farewell party for the Rev. S. H. Aten and family was held at the Presbyterian church on Friday evening in charge of the Mite society. A picnic supper waa served at seven o'clock, after which the following program waa given: two numbers by the men's quartette; a piano solo by Eugenia Mae Kriethe; solo by Mary Ann Smith; a talk by H. O. Buell expressing appreciation of the congregation for' the work of Kev. AU-n and family; ; violin solo by S. J. Sardal; song by I Kev. Atcn's class of boys and the j presentation of a gift from the cluss by Stewart Thavea; a talk by j Elinor Elaton, expressing the appre- elation of the young people; talk by Gardner Patterson in which he spoke of the good influence. Rev. i Aten had hud on the youth of the : church; numbers by the male quar- I tette; a talk by Mrs. Wjll Kings- j dorf, representing the Mite society, j and the presentation of a purse of', $50 from the society and church; response- by Rt-v. Atc-n expressing j his thanks for the gift and the words of appreciation. The Rev. Aten has been pastor of the church for more than twenty-live years. He I and his family expect to leave next I Tuesday for their new home at • Delta. The Algona tfpaer Pea MoJnes, Algona, Iowa, August 4, 1936 Vic's Tire Service i Moves. Maxwell | Takes Full Bldg.j Vic's One Stop Tire Service moved Monday into the Moe building formerly occupied by Ralph's Sat- \ vice Garage. Maxwell Motors will take over the space in the Klamp building which Vic had formerly. Mr. Klamp expects to decorate the the building and remodel the south corner for car display purposes. Maxwell Motors will now hi'.ve the entire building with the exception of the oil station. THANK YOU! I wish to thank my many friends who voted for me in tho Texas Centennial Contest, thua enabling ma to obtain 4th position. I appreciate it so very much, and will toot forget your support. ESTHER M. LAVBJBNZ, Algotui, Iowa. W if the O ,f ALGONA'S NEW PAVING Algona Merch SILK HOSE "Nerermend" pure thread silk hose in new fashionable colors. This is our regular 44c basement hose. For this one day only 29c pair Two-pair limit In the Bargain Basement. Christensen Bros. Co. 2-quart GALV. ICE CREAM FREEZER at 69c NELSON HARDWARE PLAID TABLE CLOTHS 48x48 inches, hemmed In gay, fast multi-colored patterns in red, blue, gold, green, and brown. Each 39c Get sereral at this low price. The BEN FRANKLIN Store. W. V. BUTLEB, Owner MEN'S WORK SHOES 98c A good sturdy shoe, and one that will give you more than value received. BROWNELL SHOE CO. ALGONA - IOWA The Shoe Store of Kossuth County. Basket Grocery Large Juicy Lemons Per dox. — BROADCLOTH SHORTS OR COMBED RIB SHIRTS Men's and boys' sizes 13c 2 FOB 25c HUB CLOTHIERS CHILDREN'S SCHOOL Oxfords 47c at Neville's ROASTERS Lisk porcelain with tray Regular $1.00 KOHLHAAS & SPILLES ALGONA, IOWA ON THIS OCCASION ONLY One case, 24 No. 2 tins Best Ply month Bock EARLY JUNE PEAS Regular price, 15c can, $3.60 the case Today you can huy a case for $2.94 At AKRE'S GROCERY Phones: 290 and 291 1-PINT CAN MULE HIDE ROOF COATING 5c each Regular price, 15c F. S. Norton & Son Present Super Barg , AUGUST 5th SILK DRESSES This Is For Those Who Appreciate a Most Unusual Bargain. Tour choice of a large rack of silk and lace dresses. Mostly new this season's styles. Light and dark colors. Values to $6.00. For this one day only $1.98 In the Bargain Basement Christensen Bros. Co. In addition to all the watermelon you can eat free; a big free dance with music by a $150 orchestra; street sports, and fun in general without any obligation. Algona this week, n celebration of opening of the new State street paving, gives you these special offers good this one day only. These values are jriven not with a thought of selling merchandise, but rather as an expression of thanks by the merchants of Algona for patronage in the past, and with a hope that it will be continued in the future. Be sure to come to Algona to spend the entire day, Wednesday, August 5, 1936. ONE-DAT SPECIAL 5 GALS. STANDARD OIL IN A-l KEROSENE OR GAS CAN BOTH FOB ONLY $2.25 Oil alone regular $3.20 DUTCH'S SUPER SERVICE SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 49 Ib. Bag $1.49 5-quart CHROME NICKLE COPPER TEA KETTLES at89c NELSON HARDWARE •WHERE ECONOMY autes' PRATTELECmiCCO. | Read Every Item Special 1O% Discount On All Electrical Appliances and Fixtures Pavement Opening Day CUMMINGS 5c TO $1.00 CELEBBATION SPECIAL ONE BAY ONLY Never Darn Pure Silk Fashioned Hose Chiffon or Service POLO SWEATERS Tailored by Wilson Brothers (Regular $1.00 and $1.60 Sweaters) 59c 2 FOR $1.00 Two Sweaters limited to each customer at STEELE'S SILK DRESSES and SUMMER COATS Oar Banner Offering. Your choice of about 100 silk and lace «»«««« ' Bummer coats. Beautiful colors and etyles choose from. Values to $8.00. For this one day only $3.98 In the upstairs Ready to Wear Dept. Christensen Bros. Co. to on 39c pair Thi ELECTRIC MIXER While they last $1O Complete $18.75 values BJUSTROM'S Home Appliances CUMMINGS 5c TO $1.00 CELEBRATION SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY FRESH ORANGE SLICES 6c pound Colored Turkish Towels Chrischilles & Herbst 20x40 Inch, double weave, pastel ground, fancy border, extra soft yarns 4 fot $1.00 JOHISON'S Liquid Wax 1 pint 59c ALL $1.50, $1.95, $3.50 DRESS STRAW HATS YOUR CHOICE $1.00 HUB CLOTHIERS SPROUTS PAINT RENEWER Regular 35c a pound Special, 20c a pound F. S. Norton & Son White Naptha Soap 100 <fc-| >1C| a Bars *P •*• •"*7 case none sold to dealers Gamble Stores Table Lamps Regular $2.00 value Only $1.00 FOSTER'S FURNITURE STORE ALL LINEN TOWELING Chmchilles & Herbst 1 scinch all-liueu unbleached well known o toweliug a real low price 15c yard LONG'S FOOD SHOP Van Camp's Pork & Beans per can Sc Something extra fine. Limit 6 cans to family "KRESENSKY'S" Ladies' and children's summer Footwear and House Slippers i& white, brown, red, gold, rose, blue. Not all sizes. 98c pair 45 styles In new Fall Footwear Full fashioned chiffon or service weight Pure SILK HOSIERY Regular 79c 63c 2 pairs for $1.19 RRHHIF Department Stores SPECIAL FOR ONE DAY ONLY An additional 5 per cent discount on all new implements. Kossuth Co. Implement Co. J. W. DAU KOHLHAAt & SPILLES AI/MffiL, IOWA Ladies' And Misses Rayon Panties Pai r' SPECIAL FREE OFFER As a special introduction of Behhner's Homemade Ice Cream we are giving FREE, 1 PINT OF SHERBET with each purchase of a quart of BEHLMER'S ICE CREAM THE ALGONQUIN 150 Used Tires On Sale AH 25c Size * TndUp Gamble Stores Don White Cut Rate Grocery Our M other 9 s COCOA 2 Ib. can CUMMINGS 5c TO $1.00 CELEBBATION SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY Two-piece RAYON PAJAMAS Begvlar $1.00 ralne SILK DRESSES ANNEX (Chrlflchilles & Herbat) Grand clean-up of silk dresses, good styles (no junk), only two to a customer, sizes 14 to 44, while they last $1.88 SILVERWARE Several discontinued patterns at £ Price BORCHARDT'S Drugs and Jewelry 69c pair MEN'S POLO SHIRTS 24c at Neville's HAWCO PAVING PARTY SPECIAL Anklets and Wash Tie 50c value Both for 29c at MISBACH'S T&OGG KLSNZO DENTAl CREAM and Bath Rfom Tumbler 50c value 29c K. D. JAMES The Rexall Store PRATTS POOITBY REMEDES One Day Only 25 per cent OFF Lusby's C. S. JOHNSON Groceries - Meats Hardware - Congoleam B«gs PHONE 361 12 cans Sugar Corn only 97c Honey Krust Bread for Quality, Flour, Health Algona Baking Co 0 ANDERSON'S JACK SPRAT STORE GROCERIES, MEATS, VEGETABLES 346-PHONE-347 Clean Quick Soap Chips 2£-lb. pkg., lOc One to a customer LARGE GLASS WATER PITCHERS Each lOc HAWCOTT&OGG One Day Special Wednesday, Angmst 6th 18.5O SUITS 12.95 Zender & Caldwell SPRING FILLED MATTRESS $29.50 value $19-50 FOSTER'S FURNITURE STORE Read "VITROCK" CUPS WHITE GLASS COFFEE CUPS Will not craze or check 3 for 10 cents You cannot buy coffee cups for tees. The BEN FRANKLIN Store. W. V. BUTLER, Owner "KRESENSKY'S" SILK HOSE Pure silk, full-fashioned, guaranteed first quality. Ohiffon or service. 49c pair 45 styles in new Fall Footwear—Just rec'd GROCERY SPECIALS Come in and see us. THE ALGONA MARKET R. A. Clark NEW BOVINOL Will protect your cows against fly attack 75c gallon ONE DAY ONLY BORCHARDT'S Drugs and Jewelry PAVING DAY OPENING SPECIAL 35 PER CENT OFF Regular standard list on Tires AUTO SUPPLIES GREENBERG Table Top L. & H. GASOLINE RANGE with built-in oven at $59.00 NELSON HARDWARE ANDERSON'S JACK SPRAT CLEAN QUICK SOAP CHIPS 2 l / 2 Ib. pkg. lOc Only one to a customer BALDWIN'S FOOD MARKET -Your- I. G. A. GROCER Headquarters for Canning Peaches One Day Special Wedmesday, Avgost 18.50 SUITS 12.95 Zender & Caldwell Extra Special! 25 Per Cent Off On All White Shoes BROWNELL SHOE CO. ALGONA - IOWA The Hhoe Store of Kossnth CoB»ty sssssssssssssssss^ssssssssss PAVING DAY SPECIAL Extra Special Discount on every item in the Store. RICHARDSON'S Where Furniture Sells for Less. ^^^^^^•^^^^^•MMMBB^^MBMHMMWMMMMI ^^^^^^^2^^^^Ei^^m^M^HMBii^m^^MiiMMHMW"l ••••••••'(••"•^ SUEDE JACKETS Chrischilles & Herbst Best quality (Goodrich) suede jackets, assorted styles and colors, regular $2.95 values, sizes 14 to 20 $1.49 PAVING DAY SPECIAL A 25c value in merchandise wifch every $1.00 purchase. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLIES THREE TINE HAY FORKS Our regular high grade $1.20 fork KOHLHAAS & SPILLES ALGONA, IOWA Item on This Page Fountain Pens 25 PER CENT OFF One Day Only Lusby's CHOICE ALL SANFORIZED WASH SLAX $1.65, $1.95, $2.50 grade $1.OO HUB CLOTHIERS COLORFUL PRINTS New fall patterns—of our regular "Belmont" colorfast English prints. Thirty new fresh bolts or about 1.000 yards Is the quantity. For this one day only BRING THIS COUPON ANDlOc and receive -a BIG FROZEN MALTED MILK SORENSEN DRUG 12c yard 10-yard Limit On the Main Floor Christensen Bros. Co. Wilson Bakery Special All cookies 2 doz, Me DEXTEB WA8HEB8 AUTOMATIC WASHKBS SOUTH BEND BAMGES MONARCH BANGE8 PEBFECTION STOVES FOB THIS ONE DAY ONLY vou may buy for immediate or future delivery these well known standard brand itema X 10% OFF THEIB BEGULAB PRICES Easy Terms KOHLHAAS & SPILLES MOE & SJOGREN GROCEBIE8 AND MEATS BRIARDALE COFFEE Regular 30c seller. Sale price 23c, 2 for 45c LACE CURTAIN PANELS Chrischilles & Herbst Fine quality, full 60 inches wide, values to $2.75, assorted patterns $1.39 each WATERMELON DAY ONLY 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PAINTS BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Jim Pool, Mgr. James Famous WALKING-SUNDAE 5c THIS DAY ONLY K. D. JAMES • North Iowa's Largest Soda Fountain We use Taylor-Mude Ice Cream SPECIAL ONE DAY ONLY Final CloHe-Out of Summer Hate 50 Hats at lOc each 50 Hats at 49c each All shades, including white. THE ELITE SHOP Special SIFTED EARLY JUNE PEAS 1 dozen cans, 95c H. R. SORENSEN & CO. Fancy Cookies SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the public that we will be all moved into our new building on August 5th. We invite the public for inspection. GREENBERG'S, Auto Supplies Joe Greenberg, Manager. COUNCIL OAK STORE PAVING DAY SPECIAL Extra Special Discount on every item in the Store. RICHARDSON'S Where Furniture Sells for Less. CANNERS 22-qt. enamel Canners, hold 7-qt»-9 pints glass gars Kegulur il.3f KOHLHAAS & SPILLES ALGONA, IOWA WASH GOODS You'll wonder bow ii't> ]<us.sible, but we are really (loins it. Your choice of about 50 patturos of waah fabrics- not old but uow, fredli, styliBb. material*— worth ui> to DOc a yard. For this ouo day only. 19c yard 10 jard Limit Uu too Main Floor Christensen Bros. Co. i Hugh Herman spent Saturday h» Jackson, Minnesota, on business. MTU. P. V. ilnnae nnd dftnghter, \frs. H. T. Miller, spent Monday in OPS Molnes. Mm. O. S. Buchanan wan called away by the serious Illness of her father, Thursday. Sin*. T. H. ChrlwhHlem accompanied by her son. Ted, and Betty , drove to Des Moines Friday on business. Otto Fnlkenhalnrr, 8t Paul. Urft Friday, after visiting three days at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Pletch. Jo« Shpphrrd Mt Friday evening for Chicago, where he is I***™* over a business proposition offered him some time ago. Bertha Kuchenrruthcr, name at the office of Dr. Janse. returned Sunday evening, after spending ten days vacationing at Okobojl. Mrs. William Norton. B*-(rlB», Saskatchewan, Canada, arrived on Sunday, for a visit with her brothers-in-law, A. L. Peterson and Bert Norton. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McAtee will occupy the remodeled Foster house on South Dodge street. They have been living in the Johnson apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and daughter, Joyce, returned Sunday from a week's vacation spent in Chicago and several other points In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Nugent and two sons. Jack and Ding, of Chicago, arrived Saturday for a few weeks' visit at the F. W. Dingley home. Henry Johannsen, Jr, started construction Thursday on an eight room modern bungalow for Leo Thilges on his farm 2V4 miles west of St. Joe. Mrs. Agnes Laldley Is expected the flret of the week from Mason City and will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vlnson, and son, Dow Laldley. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, and son Stanley of San Antonio, Texas, were Clear Lake visitors, Sunday. Mrs. Raymond P. Norton returned Sunday, after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Frank Brugler at Milford Center, Ohio. Mrs. Bnig- ler has been ill. Mm. E. W. Lusby and daughter, Irene Dalziel, who have been vacationing at the Lusby cottage In Clear Lake, spent a couple of days here, returning to Clear Lake, Friday. Gertrude Kuchenreuther, chief operator at the Bell Telephone company office, will begin a two weeks' vacation, Saturday. She will vacation In northern Minnesota. Mrs. Alfred Sorensen to •pending this week at her home in Exir* following the extraction of BOOM ,. wisdom teeth. Mrs. Sorensen is a beauty operator at th* State Beauty shop. • Mr. and Mm. Howard Whitney -• left Sunday for Detroit Lain. Minnesota, where they will visit for a week with the parents of Mrs. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Quenvold. Louis Fuhrman and his sister. Mr*. John Thill of Whittemor*. went to Iowa City Monday after the tatter's daughter, Zeta, who ban been in the hospital there about a month following an operation. Mrs. Walter Crist, of Perry, wm* a guest of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman, Thursday. Mr. and Mr*. Herman took her to Llvermore, Thursday evening, and she took the train to her home. Mrs. Boy Keene, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Mrs. Emily Spencer, Mrs. W. G. McCullough, and Mrs. Don Smith, who are members of the birthday club spent Monday night at the Milton Norton cottage at Okobojl. Mrs. Nora Oxley and daughter. Mary, of Kansas City, returned to their home Monday after being guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. The Ltnnans and their guests spent part of the week at Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris returned Friday, after spending two weeks In Yellowstone National Park. During their absence, Mrs. Harris' mother, Mrs. ChrUtensen of Austin, Minn., took care of the former's daughter, Dorine. Mr. and Mrs. Urnnls Pratt drove to Des Molnes, Tuesday, (today) on business. They were accompanied as far as Ames by their daughter, Esther, Ida Halpin, and Marion Hoppe. Esther and Ida made arrangements to enter the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chrfotetuea of Fort Dodge were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Mrs. Christensen is all city ladies' golf champion of Fort Dodge. The ChriaUnstns played the local course with the Hoppes and were more than enthusiastic over it. Mr. wid Mn». W. A. daughter, Margaret, accompanied uy Margaret's friend, Margaret Lease, Rock Rapids, returned Hun- ..uy evening from u wueK'a vacation spent at Okobuji. Virginia Schnepf spent the week end with • • Vicars and returned with them, also. Mr. nnd Mr». Elbe Van Uorstan attended the funeral of Mrs. Allen (Iraharn at Lies Moirics, Tuesday. Allen (iraham waj formerly from Burl. Mrs. CJraham died at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Van Dorston and Mr. and Mra. Graham were married at a double wedding, a year ago. Father Uuvcrii returned Thursday, from his trip east. His nephew, L>ick Travers, Boston, returned with him and will spend two weeks in Algona. Dick stayed here for a year at one time. Dick ia son of Mrs. John Travers, sister of Father Daveru. Father Davern spent two week.! of his vacation at Long Island, and the remainder at Cape Cod. Mr. and Mm. George Spongberg and son. Carl, and George's sister, Mis. Rose Ward of Sioux Falls, .South Diikotu, left Sunday for Caas Lake where they will spend two weeks fishing. EiirouUi they stop- utJ at Sweit City for Mrs. Sophie Anderson who accompanied them. The AI bin SuouKbergs and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell left Monday for Co£tf Lak& i^mi will aino be if one for two weeks.
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