The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 3,1936 ICE CREAM HITS SPOTWWMER TOOSAYSLUSBY liocal Store Veteran Refuses To Let Season Out Sales call and Investigate this new form of making Ice cream. Incidentally, he isn't »low about handing out a sample of his product, either. And last but not least, the Lusby Drug is not going to whisper about its achievement along the ice cream line, but is running a series of five newspaper advertisements, beginning this week, to let the pub- lice know Just how proud the store is of its product, and in a convincing manner proving that weather makes little difference in the delicious taste of a good Ice cream. Although a veteran in the drug store business, E. W. Lusby believes In trying out new ideas whenever they seem to have a reasonable amount of sense. • And because of that fact he installed a counter freezer In his place last summer. Now Mr. Lusby has decided to inaugurate a campaign to continue ice cream sales during this fall and the coming winter. . As a special feature, he is encouraging folks, especially the youngsters when possible, to come into his store and visit while the ice cream is being made, any day between 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. In fact Mr. Lusby says he will •esteem it as a personal favor for any of his customers or friends to Burt News L. A. Boettcher sold Ford cars recently to Floyd Duncan and Jack Sewlck. Lura Sewlck, who had been 111 at her home here for a week or two was taken to the Koasuth hospital last Wednesday. She Is'suf- fering with an intestinal and bladder Infection. Lura teaches at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dau. Mrs. E. E. Kearns and Mrs. Ruby Bruce went to Cedar Rapids Friday to spend a week with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Frank Saunders. The Daus have purchased a house trailer and will leave soon after their return for a tour of the south. News Items of Wesley Vicinity First To Show New HIGH-IN-FRONT Styles in laced from top to Wesley Young Man Weds The wedding of John Richter, Jr., Wesley farmers' son, and Miss Retha Ball, Garner, took place at 81 Joseph's church last week Tuesday mottling, the pastor, the Rev. A. J. Wagener, officiating. The bride wore a white velvet princess gown and long white silk veil caught with white roses, and carried white flowers. Her bridesmaid, Ooldle Henely ,of Clarion, were an ankle length princess gown of royal blue velvet, and in her hair a rosette of flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Urban Richter. For the past year, Miss Ball has held a business position at Manchester. She attended Hamilton business college after graduating from the Garner high school. A reception, attended by a large group of relatives, was held at the John Richter, Sr., home, after the ceremony. A wedding dance was given at the Kleinpeter hall in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Richter will be at home on the K. N. Loeblg farm, east of Wesley. The Peter Haverly family, Oel- weln, visited Haverly relatives here early last week. The Mesdames Juliuz Kunz and John Hutchison made a shopping trip to Mason City Friday. A Hallowe'en program was given Friday evening at the school wes) of Wesley of which Bernard Schrauth is director and Miss Miller, teacher. The Thursday bridge club met with Mrs. Halvor Flom last week. Mrs. Ihno Gerdes won high, Mrs. J. T. Meurer, travel prize. Mrs. Gerdes will entertain this week. At the C. D. of A. card party held last week Wednesday evening Mrs. Joe Goetz won door prize; Mrs. J. T. Meurer and E. M. Olson won high in bridge: in five 3* $ 4 A gleaming new style of black patent... cut very high in front...and low at the sides -.. flattering!... and just one of many! hundred Mrs. Albert Neuroth nnd Joe Goeta were winners. The Howard Hansen family, of Clear Lake, visited Howard's brother, Raymond, Wesley farmer, last Thursday and Friday, and helped during corn shredding. The Mesdames Theron Hansen and Milton Giddings assisted also. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings have word of the birth of a son Sunday, Oct. 25, to their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Swinton, Galesburg, I1L The baby weighed seven pounds, ten ounces at birth. The Swlntons have another son, six years old and a daughter. The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Peterson returned last Thursday to their home at Hudson, Wisconsin, after a week's visit at the Mrs. P. E. Skow home and with other old friends. They came to attend tho fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Congregational church, of which Mr. Peterson is a former pastor. The Mesdames Tony Lindenschmidt, senior and junior, Chicago came to attend the wedding of John Richter and Retha Ball at St. Joseph's church last week Tuesday morning. The senior Mr. Lindenschmidt is a nephew of Mrs. Katherine Hildman. and the two women remained to visit Hildman relatives. The families became acquainted through Mrs. John Hildman, formerly a Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carlson and Clifford, and Marion Paulson, who accompanied the Rev. O. H. Johnson, were among persons from WesUy who attended a one day preaching mission at Mason City last week Tuesday. Morning, afternoon and evening services were held at different churches. This is an interdenominational project, and is preparatory to a later, longer series of meetings at various points throughout the country. UNION FAMILY MO VETO MINN. Kesselrings 'Move From Keefe Farm to Farm Near Blue Earth Union: Union will be sorry to lose the Ralph Kesselring family, who live on the Keefe farm as they are moving to a farm just a mile from Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. Kesselring's parents reside near Blue Earth. The farm has an 8-room house nearly new. They expect to move Dec. 1st. LADIESCLUBS MET AT OTTOSEN Ottosen: The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. George Cooper on Thursday afternoon. Twenty-three members answered roll call with "When I First Came to Iowa." Lesson was given by Mrs. Eddie Zinncl. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. George Cooper and Mrs. John Coyle, assistant hostess. The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Delrnar Kinseth Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by Most Embarrassing Moment The program consisted of group singing, lesson—(Reflnishing anc Decorating Furniture by Mrs. Morgan; special music by Edith Richards and a surprise by the hostess A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. TWO BIG EVENTS! 3 Big Dollar Days and Hospital News Ida Stoffel is assisting with the house work at the Cecil McGinnis home in Algona. A family by the name of Heerdt from Swea City has rented the C. D. Ward estate farm. Dorothy AH, Juanita Anderson and Maxine Robinson were hostesses at a Hallowe'en party at the shelter house at the Call State Park Saturday evening, Oct. 31. Leo Barley, now of Waterloo, has been visiting friends In this vicinity the past week. He returned to his duties Friday. Leo Is a brakeman on the Illinois Central rail- oad from Waterloo to Fort Dodge nd Waterloo to Dubuque. He has ieen employed there for about a rear. His friends are glad to hear ,e has such a good position as It is permanent. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and children, Donald and Joan drove to i'ort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and rtrs. John Lamuth accompanied hem visiting at the Wm. Ryno home. Mrs. Bode remained over Sunday to assist her daughter. Lucile and Marita Yunk in entertain- ng twelve of their young friends at a Hallowe'en party Saturday ev- ning at the Yunk home. Mrs. Jessie Woltz, of Bancroft, Buried Mrs. Jessie Woltz, Bancroft resident for fifteen years until 1921, was buried here Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Woltz died at her home in Des Moines Monday following an illness of four years. She had been bedfast for the past two years. When Mrs. Woltz lived in Bancroft her name was Mrs. Henry Wilson and her husband was employed by Mayer & Guide. Leaving here in 1921 she moved to Mason City and then to Des Moines where she has since lived. Funeral services were held in Des Moines Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. She is survived by five children: Ella Wilson of Des Moines, R. J. Wilson of Mason City, Bernice Wilson of Gloversville. New York, Naomi Zimmerman of Des Moines and Gladys Conley of Burt Two brothers, Wm. B. Leslie of Lakota and James Leslie of Ledyard, also survive. &aa&a®o^^ Have You Been Thinking . . . —One of these Saturdays, when the youngsters are not in school, we will have that sitting made for our PHOTOGRAPHIC CHRISTMAS CARDS There are only seven more Saturdays before Christmas. "A word to the wise is sufficient." EVE L PRESNELL 604 South Dodge St. Phone 417-J Kossnth Hospital News Tuesday, October 20—Elmer An- Inson of Algona was admitted as medical patient Tuesday, October 20—Eugene Jlanchard of Lone Rock, accident victim was treated for head and eg injuries. Tuesday, October 20—Lloyd Spear, of Algona, was treated for broken ankle which he received when Pratt's truck ran over him General Hospital News Saturday, October 24—Mrs. C. E. Brown wa$ an x-ray patient. Sunday, October 25—Mrs. Claude Dearchs of Burt gave birth to twin boys. Monday, October 26—Robert Har rlson of Algona entered as an x ray patient. TOWN LOANS To buy, build, improve and refinance. Borrow on our new low monthly reduction cost plan. Long term loans. Never have to be renewed. Interest, taxes and principal included in each small monthly payment. Your best loan for obtaining a home. Invest in Our Savings Shares Savings accounts In any amount can be started at any time. Never paid less than 4%. SAFETY OF YOUR INVEST- I MENT INSURED UP TO I $5,000 | Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association 206 East State St. C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y 44 EOW -tf THe Beer of tHe Year PHILCO WEEK! Yoor't groattit RADIO SALE. tor, tor •»• You'll UtOFIT U thii ifoom. Como tomorrow! ftoffafrfe ForWgn Jt«6«f»tion MMlelelli—Toe bargain value of 19371 *"«" cover*!* °* and nighttime foreign reliable foreign re_ at thU amasing low Wonderfully rich tone. full «l*e console cabinet. Baby Grand Pamoui Pbilco MB -quality at loottt poMiblc X l I IUL rich , »d dl*UBC«. Pollc« Ctllt. Octl *20 Spec/a? Offers Good 1 Week Only I Easy Terms Always At BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Swea City 101 QUICK W»UM»-WUS *BB WAJW AM Miss Marjorle Kramer visited friends at Humboldt the past week Mrs. Fisher of Curlew spent Frt day visiting her sisUr, Mrs. RMS*. Mr*. Landu of Mallard vialted a the Lawrence Holden home Friday Miss Vivian Purdy visited Beat rice Mertz in West Bend Wednes day. Miss Alice Thorscn visited her sister, Clara at Minneapolis, the past week. Miss Shirley Kinseth visited relatives In Bradgate from Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Hotck and daughter of Omaha is visiting her sister, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. E. J. Telford of Gorham, North I Dakota visited relatives here a few days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards went to Minneapolis Sunday for a few days visit with their daughter, Enid. Mrs. Irvin Movick and daughter, Betty Lou, and Mrs. Jack Crane were callers in Livermore Friday. Miss Vivian Carroll, who has been visiting, her mother in Livermore for two weeks, returned on Tuesday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson Wednesday, Oct. 21. They have two other daughters. Mrs. Cliff Landers and Mrs. Storvsund went to EmmcUburg on Wednesday to attend the Women's Federated Aid society. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Reese were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday Afternoon at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and daughter, Katherine Mary went to Fayette last week to visit Mrs. Thurson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Ellingson unti daughter, Elaine of Kiester Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Bakken visited at the Ole Ellingson home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Watncm and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Hanson home at Whitteinore. Mrs. Herman Kramer, Mrs. Henry Lovig. Mrs. Cliff Landers. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, and Mrs. Hotek attended the Confederate club meeting at Humboldt Saturday. Mm. Mary Schneider and Mrs. Caroline Telford were hostesses to the Community Ladies' Aid Friday afternoon at the church parlors. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The W. W. T. five handred club met at the home of Herman Kramer Saturday evening. Cards were played at five tables. Edgar Ja- cobsou won high fcr men and Mrs Jucobson. high for women, Henry Lovig low. A delicious lunch was served at u late hour by the host' ess, Mrs. Kramer and assistant hostess, Mrs. Wayne Truesdell. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Telford home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Telford aad family of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper of Curlew, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Bank and sou and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bunk of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zlnnel and daughter, Muriel, Mr. and Mn. Archie Hanson and family, Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Cooper and family and Butch Telford. Mrs. Charles Hanson was as- sintant hostess. Rutf Tfet Waat Ato-tt Pays. Card Tables Regulation size decorated top, extra special for Dollar Days "| I Cotton Batts, :! pounds, 72xf)0, 2 for $1 Rayon Table Covers, 54" square, fancy plaids $1 Stevens Linen Toweling, unbleached., 6 yds. SI White Outing Flannel, 27" wide— 10 yds for $1 Bleached Sheeting, 81" wide 3 yds. for $1 Curtain Panels, 40" wide 4 for $1 Outing Flannel, lUi" wide, fancy— 7 yds. for $1 Dress Prints, fast color, fine quality 6 yds. for $1 Part Wool Comfort Batts 72x90 size selected , wool and j cotton. Kxlraordin- arv values Shirley Temple Y 2 or % Sox 3 pairs $1 Balbriggan Pajamas, womens and girls sizes $1 Hand Bags, new assortment, big selection .._ $1 Part Wool Hose for Women 3 pairs $1 Pajamas or Gowns, women's fancy flannel __$! Smocks, new prints and crash, >Y\ or long $1 Winter Coats for girls and women _ discount $1 Print Dresses, brand new styles, all sizes $1 Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, tie free $1 Men's Winter Unionsuits 2 for $1 Men's Heavy Overalls, $1.1!) values now $1 Fleeced Sweater Coats for men special $1 Men's Part Wool Underwear __extra special $1 Boys' Dress Shirts, fancy prints 2 for $1 Husking Gloves or Mitts 9 pairs $1 Men's Brushed Wool Slipover Sweaters $1 Copper Wash Boilers, $2.2.") to $;5.!)."> discount $1 Fibre Rugs, <>'x9' size, $l.i)H value $1 Kerosene Lamps, large size, complete $1 Magazine Backs, What-nots, sewing boxes _-$! Luggage, suit eases, week end bags 1.159 value $1 Dionne Quints, Aluminum Toy Tea Sets now $1 Woim-n's and Misses' Rayon Pajamas ('lever, new styles, that usually sell up to 1.69, Dollar Days only €edar Chests, immature, has brass fittings --$1 Tub and Wash Board the two for $1 While Sheet Blankets heets single of line bleached cotton, Size 70x99. Buy blankets at Graham's Fall Hats for Women 1.00 Department Stores Ironing Boards regulation size 1.00 GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY When In need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly eMmlned by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. AI i*w*. MILWAUKEE An Important Luxurious Furs in Choicest Fabrics— Featuring the Princess Silhouette Stunning princess or struightlinc silhouettes featured in gorgeous dressy and casual coats—fashioned from select fleece and knobby fabrics . . . carefully lined and interlined. Distinctive collars of Wolf, Cross Fox, Fitch, Marmink, Jap Coon. Coats so fluttering in gray, green, rust, brown or black. Sport Coats Many with fur trimmings Jaunty swing models in marvelous tluece fabrics . . . adorned with exquisite collars of marvelous fur or untrunmcil . . . each coat tailored with skillful precision . . . new- wide shoulder treatments. Gray, brown, green or rust. 50 DRESSES Smart Swing Models, Tunics or Straightline! 95 Smart novelty crepes in Hat- tering princess styles—dresses made gay with bright embroidery . . . jeweled studs . . . •metallic ornaments . . . liail- heads—also superb woolens in tunic and two piece styles. tireen, rust, brown or black. URRHHfllS Department Stores Algona, Iowa

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