The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 11
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¥he JUgoria tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 29, J936 Festival Bargains for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 KRESENSKY ' S OKEFtfLL CASE Pure Silk, Full I Fashioned Guaranteed first quality Silk Hose Wednesday - Thursday Pair 49c Ail New Fall Colors DRENE Shampoo ! Per Bottle 5c Regular price lOc ! HAWCOTT \ &OGG Festlral Days at Christemen's Blankets Large double bed size plaid blanket sheets of an excellent quality in many colors. SPECIAL PRICE 79c 2 FOR $1.25 Main Floor Infantile Paralysis Hits Burt Home Welcome to ALgona's FALL FESTIVAL —The— SMOKE SHOP Festival Days at Christensen's Silk Hose We secured another case of 360 pairs of Never Mend pure silk hose for this special event and offer them again at SPECIAL PRICE Pair 29c Two pair limit. Bargain Basement. Outing Flannel 27-in. white, in a good usable weight 10 Yards for $1.00 CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Coaster Wagons Contained roller bearings, 3-4 in. rubber tires $2.98 NELSON HARDWARE SAMBO BLACK AXLE GREASE 10 Lb. Pail 59c NELSON HARDWARE Fall Festival Special BASKET GROCERY BANANAS 6 Pound* Z5c Festival Days at Christensen's SILK-WOOL DRESSES During these two days you may choose from more than 100 silk or wool dresses at thla unheard of price. SPECIAL PRICE Each $3.69 2 FOR $6.98 Bargain Basement Festival Days at Christensen's Silk Hose Full - fashioned pure thread silk hose in the newest and most popular shades. SPECIAL PRICE Pair 59c -2 PAIRS FOR $1.00 Main Floor Boy's Corduroy Jumpers Itt-grulur f 1.75, Special $1.49 Zipper Jackets Regular $1.85, Special $1.69 MISBACH'S Hats Longley's $8.85 value, now $2.98 Dobbs Cross Country $5.00 value, now $3.98 MISBACH'S H. A. THOMPSONS DAUGHTER ILL: SECOND VICTIM One of Grettman Twins Also Has A Light Case Burt: The M. A. Thompson home was quarantined last Tuesday for Infantile paralysis, Barbara being the patient. She had been ill for a week and It was at first thought her paralyzed condition was due to an intestinal infection. Dr. Woodward, Mason City, Dr. Cretzmeyer, Algona, and Dr. Montgomery, were called in consultation with Dr. Clapsdddte Monday and her ailment waet diagnosed as Infantile paralysis. Wednesday, Jean, one of the 22- month old twin* of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman cartfc down with a lighter case of the sarife disease. In her case only one leg Is Methodist Election The following officers were elected at the meeting of the Methodist Sunday School board last week Tuesday evening: Harold Hobson, superintendent; J. D. Graham, assistant superintendent; Robert Gray, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. F. L. Pratt, pianist; Mrs. L. E3. Relb- hoff, primary superintendent; Mrs. C. B. Chlpman, assistant; Zelpha Pratt, primary organist; P. L. Ry- eraon, temperance superintendent; Mrs. L. E. Roetman, missionary superintendent, and Mrs. W. R Chaffee, Cradle Roll superintendent. Back from Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahllng returned Tuesday from a ten days wedding trip on which they vlsltec relatives In Kansas City, Mo., anc also some of the scenic points In Colorado. Thursday evening group of neighbors charlvariec them and were treated to ice cream. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines AT COUOHIJS'liVtLtY ttr DES MOINES—Beforo a crowd of over 5,000 persons Father" Cooghlin renewed his attack on the present administration. Ptiato shows Father Coughlln as he arrived to make n\s spfeefcbi e Diphtheria Quarantine The Jay D. Graham home was placed under quarantine for dlph theria Wednesday. Glenn, a high school senior, is the patient. Hi has been seriously 111 for a coupl of weeks. Vernon Martinson had his tonsils i removed at Forest City Thursday. Mrs. Martin Qrelse Is on the sick list. Ralph Bierstedt was host to th Lutheran Walther League Thurs lay evening. Victor Mansmlth returned las 'uesday from Iowa City, where h tad spent a couple of weeks at the University hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell were entertained for supper Wednesday evening at the Dan and Everett Harris home. Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas was able to return to her home here last Wednesday after spending a week in ho Kossuth hospital following a hernia operation. The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten, of Delta, were greeting Burt friends last Tuesday. The Rev. Aten was called here to conduct the funeral services of Mrs. Anna Stow. A farewell party was held for the E. C. Bierstedt family Thursday evening. The Blerstedts will leave the farm and will move into their new home they are erecting in Burt, within a week or two. George Godden, Madison, Wis., was called here to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Anna Stow, last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nelson, Ames, and O. P. Stow and son, Bill, Dolliver, were also here for the funeral. IN A SPANISH FH5U>—The bodies of three loyalist soldiers sprawl in a field, aft*r flrce fighting In which rebels captured the town of Badajoz. During the absence of the Rev. Arthur Bottom at the Northwest Iowa annual conference, which will include. Sunday, October 4, no preaching services will be held at the local church, but jiunday School will be held as usual. (ay Osborns of Seneca Have Girl Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Os- orn are the parents of an eight ound girl, born Sept 18. They ow have a family of five children, wo boys and three girls. The Seneca Boy Scouts held n iceting at the school house Monay evening. The Helpful Thursday club met t the home of Mrs. Sheldon Mcr- ill Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jennie Jensen was on the ick list the past week, but is able o be about at this writing. Patricia and Mary Sue Campbell pent Wednesday night with their rlends, Marjorie and Donna Moore. Mrs. John Erbo of Chicago spent he past week at the P. H. Peterson home. Mrs. Erbo is Mr. Peterson's Ister. The Ornle Behrends, Sr., family md Mrs. Dettman Nielsen arc | pending several days with rel-1 itlves in Chicago. Miss Victoria Jensen, who Is employed at the Carl Walker home In iwea City, helped her mother, Mrs. T. E. Jensen, cook for silo fillers Wednesday. Velda Johns who is taking beauty culture at the Paul Halrdresslng Academy In Minneapolis, spent the past week at the parental Wm. Johns home. John Saunders of near Boone, spent several days the past week visiting relatives and friends In Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson took him back to his home Thursday. Mrs. Robert Campbell of Pine River, Minn., Is spending several weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Drlnnan. Mrs. Campbell Is a former Seneca resident, having lived on the farm occupied by the F. W. Bassett family. Checked & plaid All Linen LUNCHEON CLOTHES Size 52x52 and 51x67, all-over color combinations, red, brown, green, and gold. $1.00 Each CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Special Fall Festival Days Peas Carrots LIMA BEANS No. 2 size can at 6 CANS 53c H. R. SORENSEN &CO. Big Work Shirt 39c MADSON & HANSON IRVINaTON NEWS DANGEROUS RADICAL (?) ARRESTED—Joseph Kuehnel, an aged man of Germanic descent, U being held in Suffolk county Jail, Riverhead, L. J., N. Y., Sept S, while police investigated a story that he was a dangerous radical who advocated overthrow of the established government of the United States. A bomb, shaped like a corset, which could be strapped under his coat, was found In his possession. Photo Shows Joseph Kuehnel after he had been apprehended being questioned by State Trooper Philip How. In the background are Sergt. Daniel Glascheen (left) and Sergt. Edward Tappey. Kuehnel is hold- Ing the corset-like bomb container, and Trooper Howe la examining one of the nine sticks oit dynamite it contained. Geraldlne Colwell has been on the sick list the past few days. The E. H. Thomas family visited Sunday at the Chas. Egel home. Isabelle Mulligan Is visiting at the U. B. Frankl home a few days this week. Alvln Weber recently purchased a Zenith radio and wlndcharger, from E. H. Thomas, local radio dealer. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner returned Sunday from a visit of several days in Minnesota with relatives and friends. The club dance was well attended Friday night. The next dance will be held Oct 2. Chas. Plathe, D. Schulz and L. Gorman are on the committee. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox and the Earl Miller family visited at the has. Cox home near Austin, Minn. They report the crops there about he same as In this vicinity. Gertrude Bayless spent a recent week end at the Fred Geigel home. ,llss Bayless has spent the past 13 years in Changahu. Hunan, China, is a missionary worker. Due to ill icalth she has returned here and ilans to go to Rochester, Minn., .his week for medical aid. Mrs. Sever Christensen and Mrs. Beda Watson visited Mrs. Art Trauger at LuVerne on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Trauger recent- y moved there from Algona. Her son, Bob, returned to Annapolin, Indiana, after a two weeks' vacation spent with his mother. Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained the Algona missionary society recently, 28 being present. Mrs. Paul Carlson presided at the meeting. Mrs. Geo. St. John had charge of the devotions, and Mrs. Fred Parks was assistant hostess. All present en- the afternoon very much. Baby Stuart COCOA 2 No. 2 Cans 33c AKRE'S First Door South Goeders Store Local members of the Embroidery club attended a meeting at the home of Mr». Kenneth Harris, Algona, last Thursday, all going In Mrs. M. Giddlngs' car. They were: Mrs. Lawrence Hatosen, who accompanied by their little Russell, Mrs. Theron Hansen, Mrs. Milton Giddings, who took her little son. also Think of cold weather starting when you are buying a Battery now —You will start quick, no day too cold, with a Super-Active Tiger Battery. 81% more winter starting power. Si-plate for Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth, Essex and others, $6.98—39-plate, guaranteed 1 year, $3.19 exch. price.—Gamble stores. 89 10 off on all SUITS Butter Toasted Nuts Sweet Crisp, and Fresh —at— 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT LUSBY'S duy wuly MISBACH'S Festival Days at ChrUtensen's Dress Gloves An excellent quality of cape skin kid gloves in colors black and brown. All sizes, 6 to 8. SPECIAL PBICE Pair 98c Main Floor Men's and Boys' Tennis Shoes 49c NEVILLE'S SHOE STORE Halligan's Red Bag Blended Coffee 3 Lbs. 58c Regular 23c Ib. AKRE'S First Door South Goeders Store 1 PINT Mule Hide Roof Coating 10c a can F. S. NORTON &SON For MEN ONLY at ZENDER & CALDWELL $22.50 and $24.50 SUITS Two days only at $14.95 23 pair dark colored Boy*' Wash Slacks HEAVY WEIGHT Pair 49c Regular price 98c HUB CLOTHIERS Cookies 2 Dozen 25c Assorted it' desired. Regular price 15c dozen ALGONA BAKERY FALL FESTIVAL SPECIAL! Women's Slippers Black, brown, kid, calfskin, suede, and kid combinations. $1.95 Regular $3 and $4 grades BROWNELL SHOE CO. Festival Days at Christensen's Silk or Wool Dresses New stylish dresses of either silk or wool in the season's smartest styles and colors. Sizes from 12 to GO. Values to $10.00. SPECIAL PRICE $6.98 Upstails Dept. Barn Paint 89c GALLON Regular price $1.20 BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. GOLD SEAL —and— ARMSTRONG 9x12 Rugs $6.25 FOSTER FURNITURE Brooms Good quality, all corn, painted handle, 4-sewed. 19c CUT RATE GROCERY Follow the Crowd! Lb. Box Extra Fancy Chocolate Covered Cookies 13c Ginger Snaps lOc per Ib. LONG'S FOOD SHOP IES LAMPS STUDY DESK LAMP Regular 911.40 $9.00 FLOOR LAMPS Regular $7.50 - $8,50 $5.75 - $6.50 TABLE LAMPS Regular $5.00 - $6.95 $3.95 - $5.25 PRATT ELECTRIC Compacts Very latest style, Regular price range 50c to $4.00 25% Discount LUSBY'S Jewelry Store See Holly for a Bargain A Complete Job of Washing Greasing Two Fall Festival Days Only $1.50 All makes of cars MAXWELL MOTORS 12 Ounce Husking MITTS and GLOVES $1.47 Dozen NEVILLE'S SHOE STORE

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