The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1936 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 3, 1936
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The Algona Upper fte* Maittfls, Algona, Iowa, Kov, James P. Fleming, Whittemore, Weds Mason^it^GM^Sat IANCROFTFARM $120 PER ACRE RECENTLY SOU) Boone Man Now Owns 960 Acres of Kossuth Land McDonald A Co., Algona realtors, Made two very fine land sales recently. They sold the old Lindsey form seven miles northeast of Bancroft for the Travelers Ins. Co., to B. P. Hoist a capitalist at Boone who already owns 800 acres of the good Kossuth county soil. It was a quarter section of land and sold for $11,000 cash. Possession is to be given on March 1st, 1937. Mr. Hoist bought the farm for an investment and will rent the same. This firm also sold the old John Lochtu, Frank Lappe farm four miles southeast of Bancroft to Hans Presthus for $120 per acre cash. The farm Is only fairly well Improved. This farm was owned by the Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., find possession will be given on March 1, 1937. Mr. Presthns lives within a mile of this farm and already has 200 acres in his home place and he will work this land also. It is fairly well improved. Mr. and Mrs. Myklebust and daughter, Sibyl moved Friday to Minnesota, where they will operate a tourist camp. It's the Talk of the Town Have You Tried It? It's Different QUA, Our new style, home-made ice , ream is the talk of the town. No wonder, for it's different! We select only the finest, purest in- 'redients and make our own ice cream fresh daily right here in the store in our spotlessly clean Counter Freezer. It's pure, properly mixed and frozen exactly right. When you taste ours, you won't be satisfied with any other ice cream. It's richer, smoother, finer flavored. We have a wide selection of flavors in ice creams, sherbets and ices. In putts and quarts for your enjoyment at home. And sundaes, sodas and cones that you'll agree are miracles of goodness. Treat yourself and your family to a surprise by trying some of our ice cream tonight E. W. Lusby, Drugs IKE HOME OUR FRESH FROZEN iCt CREAM TODAY ARMSTRONG NEWS Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter were business callers in Fairmont, on Tuesday. Virginia Horswell visited Wednesday evening with her friend, Marjorie Mixell. James Knipe. a student at the University of Iowa spent the week end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J B. Knipe. The Homsey dance hall opened its Saturday night dances with Moe Goyette and his orchestra playing Saturday night, Oct. 31 . Curtis Halverson, who has been employed In the A. & P. store in Fairmont, has been transferred to the store in Blue Earth. The Armstrong high school student body and faculty had a masquerade Hallowe'en party Friday evening at the gymnasium. The evening was spent playing games nfter which a delightful lunch was served. A new electric Scoreboard has been put up in the northeast corner of the high school gymnasium. This Scoreboard was presented to the school by the classes of '35 and '36. It will receive its first use on Thanksgiving night when the boys nnd girls will meet Plover. RECEPTION HELD IN BRIDE'S HOME AFTER CEREMONY Young Couple Are On Wedding Trip To Twin Cities Pack Up Your Troubles in a Laundry You'll smile, smile, smile — as soon as you see how beautifully laundered your clothes are. when we send them hack to you. No more fuss and washday woes bother — are gone forever! Your phone will fetch us! We're ready whenever you are. LYONS LAUNDRY ELK Cleaners - Tailors Laundries I'hour 330 — Across from lu-w post office— We Deliver Whittemore: In a pretty ceremony Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Mason City. Miss Margaret M. Nelson, daughter of Mr. .ind Mrs. John P. Nelson. Mason City, became the biidc of James B'. Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph :,T. F!-r,iii«r of Whittemore. Tlie Kuv. Carl Kint leau the nuptial Mass at 7: if. o'Hock with Jackie Knnpp and Jimmy Putti acting as acolytes. Mrs. Joseph M. Fleming played the Mendelssohn wedding inarch and during the ceremony played several hymns. Miss Marguerite Fleming of Whittemore, sister of the bridegroom acted as maid of honor and Russell Nelson, brother of the bride, was best man. The bride wore a grey wool suit trimmed in astrachan with dark green accessories. Her corsage was of tnlismnn rosebuds and she carried a green missal and rosary. Miss Fleming wns attired In a rust colored wnx - e crepe suit hand embroidered in brown silk in a Persian lamb style. She wore a corsage of rosebuds. Her accessories were brown and she carried a matching missal and rosary. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, following the service, to which the immediate families of the couple were invited. A three-tier wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom ornamented the wedding table and the color scheme was coral and green. Mr. Fleming and his bride have pone on a wedding trip to Minneapolis and St Paul and will be at home after November 15th at 117 Hs North Federal Avenue, Mason City. The bride is one of Mason City's loveliest young ladies. She has visited in Whittemore on several occasions and has made a host of friends here. She was graduated from St Joseph's Catholic school in Mason City with the class of 1933. Mr. Fleming was graduated from Presentation academy. Whittemore, with the class of 1931. He also completed two years of junior college at Emmetsburg and one year at Hamilton School of Commerce. Mason City. "Jimmy" as he is known to everyone here, was prominent in all social activities In Whittemore from the time he entered high school until he left for _ Mason City. He is a musician of | ability and has been in a number I of dance orchestras as well as in ' school musical activities. He also | served as organist In St. Michael's Catholic church during hi* high school years. For the past three years he has been teaching music in Mason City. The very best of wishes of this community are extended to Mr. Fleming and his bride. Two Hallowe'en Parties, We»t Bend West Bend: The freshman class In high school enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the school house Thursday evening and the young folks enjoyed themselves playing games p.nd Hallowe'en stunts. The Christian Endeavor society held their annual Hallowe'en party at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening. Games and stunts were enjoyed among the ghosts and witches. Members of the Rodman Christian Endeavor society were present Refreshments In keeping with the occasion were served by Mrs. H. J. Needing, Mrs. Jerry Schutter and Mrs. Golda Wilson. Francis Fleming was a business vi-itor in Rodmnn Friday. ."•.;•«. Dnn L-cvrney of Rodmnn \vas a bu- iness visitor in town Fri- dny nnminp. I Riley trucked a load of ci'ivcs to southern Iowa, Thursday, for Elmo Barber of Whittemore. The Home Study class met with M;.i. IT. U. Ucll. Thursday afternoon for their monthly meeting. Mrs. Bernice Bowells was a guest. Donald Jacobs, who attends col- loge at Ames, came Friday morning to attend the wedding of his sister, Irene, to Rev. Dan Jordan, Sunday. Mrs. B. F. McFarland and her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Williams of Walworth, Wis., drove to Belmond Thursday for a visit with Mrs. S. U. Lcinbach and family. Mrs. A. D. Cleal of Rolfe came on Thursday for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos. Friday, Mr. Cleal drove to West Bend, and Mrs. deal returned home with him. C. C. Miller and son, Kenneth, drove to Cedar Falls. Saturday, where Mr. Miller attended the Dad's Day celebration at Iowa State Teachers' Collage. His daughter, Dorothy, Is a student in the college. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham of Conrad, Iowa, came Saturday for a week end visit with their sons, Joe, Roy and Vane and their families. They were former residents here, and they are enjoying a fine business In their garage at Conrad. Rev. H. J. Needing left Wednesday evening for Dubuque to attend the homecoming of a college in Dubuque where his daughter, Ruth Is a first year student His daughter, Bather, left Thursday morn- Ing with Rev. and Mrs. H. Sinning of Rolfe who have a daughter and son attending the university. PRICES I must employ at once a man living In small town or on farm. Permanent work. Must be satiated with earning $75 a month »t first Address Box 1184 care of thU paper. 43* AUTOMOBILE LOANS Are Tour Car Payments Too High? We will make you a liberal loan un your car—par off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments bj extending them ovpr twelve to eighteen months. OHT rates are extremely low. 5o Indowem Required. WESTERN CREDIT CO. JOB East State Street Algona, !». will extended through ^v — DAYS BEAD TJ. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS BASKET GROCERY Foods That Satisfy - - - At Sensible Prices We save you money by giving you first line merchandise at low prices. We do not undersell everyone on everything, but our prices are consistently low. And we definitely guarantee every item we sell. We introduce three new delicious coffees to our customers this week: RICH CUP, smooth and mellow, at low price ___per Ib. 19c DELUXE, a splendid coffee „ per Ib. 25c SUPREME, all that the name implies . per Ib. 30c Trv ;t pound of tlu-sr '-uffccs today and nod- tin- rirhnt-s- in quality and niatcldfh.s flavor. Apricots, Pears, Peaches, Broken Sliced Pineapple, all choice fruit, extra large can — _each 19c Blackberries, good grade, large can each 15c Tomato Juice, Libby's, _._.... 3 Ige. cans 25c Prunes, extra large cans -. 2 for 25c Loganberries, Strawberries, Blackberries choice fruit Ig en 19c Back to Vote John Linenbach returned from Glen Haven, Wis., to be here on time to vote Tuesday. Mr. Linen- bnch is one of our pioneers and has voted for a number of presidents, and is a man that thinks before he leaps and will help pick the right man for our country- A False Alarm Friday night at about 10 o'clock the fire siren contacted a short in the electrical wires and put in a false alarm and called some of the firemen from their cozy beds. Hallowe'en Saturday night being Hallowe'en night the town put on several special police to watch some of the youngsters and they did duty well as nobody was molested. 3 BAND ALL WAVE DYNAMIC SPEAKER .A. LICENSED CORONADO 8 TUBE 3 Band ... All Wave BATTERY CONSOLE Never before have we ever seen or heard of an 8 tube Battery Operated Console Radio with all of these outstanding features for such a low sale price. Compare this radio with Nationally Advertised radios selling for $89.05. Examine these features: • FuH 8 Tubes—not 7 with • voltage regulator tub*. • 3 Band AN Wav« • Now Dynamic Spoakor • Automatic Volume Control • Walnut Cabinet—hand rubbed • FuH 38-inch Sho • R.CA. Licenced Sale Price, complete with all tubes and batteries AS Creamery Se**ion Manager Ralph BartleU of the Farmer!. Creamery Co., and his, helper, Lawrence Laidley attended u state buttermakers' convention at Fort Dodge last Tuesday and Wed- esday. There were some 300 but- ermakers there. Ralph Bartlett (tended both days. No. each 29c each 49c 1 tall 15r No. 10 Prune* ___________________ No. 10 Apples __________________ Salmon, Alaska Pink ________ Peaches, water pack _ . . ______________ . - -extra large can I5c Pumpkin, solid pack, makes excellent pies ------------- Criftco ____ . ________ ___________ ____________ . ___ 3 Ib. can 59c _____________________ . ___ ___ 2 No. 1 tall cans 25c Good aolid yellow Onions, _____ ------ ----- 10 Ib. mesh bag 19c Fresh Meats Fresh Oysters Home Made Bologna $ Dollar Days Specials $ $ AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL Gamble's De Luxe All Wave Antenna A $6.00 Value At Organ Dedication | Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and aughter, Luella of Patton, Iowa, arne down Sunday for the dediea- lon of the pipe organ at St. Paul's utherari church. Others who at- ended this dedication were Jake Schmidt and daughter, Elda of Jpencer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell of Guckecn, Minn., Rev. Schmitt of Ulue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Bran- r of Algona, Mr. and Mm. Gerhart Wittkopf, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Zumach of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meyer of Garner, The Erwin Uruhns and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Greinert of Fairvile. 12 P. & Q. Soap 8 P. Olive soap . $11 1 Ijjc. can BLu-kbrrrit-N 1 IKK. con I-o ;uritx rrie» S Ige. can* !'rui"--» Elroy Krueger returned to his home at Parkers Prairie, Minn Mr- and Mr*. Elmo Barber and family and Mrs. T. Lowman were at Dea Molnes last week. Herbert Zurnath moved part ol his household goods to the south part of town where he baa leased the former Carl Baas residence. A baby girl was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Alfred Bruhn last Tuesday They have one other girl. Mrs Bruiii) was formerly Hilda Meyer. Mr. and Mm. Ed Maahs attend ed a convention at Carroll last Wednesday of the dealers of the Wayne poultry feeds and produce. Kosella Voigt, who is employed ui the I re usurer's office at Algona, the week end with her par- iljj, Mr. and Mrs. Herinaa Voigt Bud ajiJ Dick Barllett, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartk-tt, are down wilh scarlet fever und the Burietts were quarantined last week. vvcck'h Sunday dinner KUebU ul tiic Ed Maahs home were ?.!r and Mrs. Arthur Polratz and M>U. James, Hoy uud Dclorcs Gable of Wealgale, Martiu PotraU, ihu Albert Potratzen. The afternoon visitors were the Richard Potratz '•imilv of Ix>Un Cri'eit ON OUR BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN. AS LOW AS $1.15 PER WEEK. Coronado 8 Tube A. C. Radio Here too, is an outstanding Console Radio. It has the following new 1937 features: Tuning Eye Speaker . . . • Tub** IM- Mf to MW 1*17 Metal Tube* . . . New larfe t»n»imm Dial . . . AM*** A. C. Mantel Radio Here is the ideal radio for bedroom, workshop.amusementroom, etc. Hflff illuminated dial. Exceptionally Good ft, ~ Tone Quality and ™' Performance . . . Jr. 5 Tub« A.C. 2 Band Foreign Reception This unusual little radio receives both Foreign and Domestic Stations, Police Calls, and Amateurs. . . Men4 Rubbed R.C.A. Licensed Cash Price Battery Operated Radio This radio will answer the needs of many farm homes for a good operating instrument with pleasing tone. Our low price, complete A with all tubes 9 and batteries GAMBLE STORES HF FRIENDLY STORES OWNED BY Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Agencies at Britt and Garner

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