The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1936 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Pes itotaet, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 3> 1936 Esther Pratt spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennla Pratt. She is n student at Iowa State College at Ames. John Ferginon, who la attending the Iowa State College at Ames spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs. Milton Norton, Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs. Antone Johnson, and Mrs. Duane Den-el spent Thursday at Fort Dodge visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and Mrs. J. T. Bohannon spent last week Sunday at Clear Lake where the Norton's closed their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. B. f. May and Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines. spent the week end with the girl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Margaret Nelson »pent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Li. J. Nelson. Margaret is attending the Mount Saint Mary's College in Cherokee. TT»e Helberg home wa» released from quarantine last Tuesday. Shirley Helberg, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Helberg had a very light case of scarlet fever. the ttev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson, and the Rev. George Vance spent Monday and Tuesday In Des Moines attending the National Preaching mission. W. W. Glflesple won the Sinclair football contest the week of October 14, as he guessed the scores of 14 out of 16 games. The prize was a Spalding football. Mrs. Evart Eyres and baby son, Phil, arrived from LeMars, Sunday night, to spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Eyres' parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld. Mrs. O. E. Van Dorston Is spending the winter with her brother. Walter Post at Clear Lake. R. A. Thissen has rented the Van Dor- stan home for the winter. Mrs. B. P. Benson left for Austin. Minnesota. Thursday evening where she will visit at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Wayne Bradfield. She will also spend a few days visiting her husband, B. P. Benson at Albion. Mr. Benson is the station agent at Albion in the M. * St. L. depot, having been transferred from Algona last spring. DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL For The Farm A Big Discount on Barb Wire Posts Woven Wire Fence See Us Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25(5 Jim Pool •if. The Right Suit For You MICH Value- STERN lothes N £ W S U T ill ill! pr»li;il>ilhy ymi know exactly llu\V ViJll (illjilit 1u <l)VS>--Ulli»\\' till- >tyli- tin- rulur ami tin- iiatTcm in which \<>u |,.nk tin- hcsl. Jim if there i- illlV dnllht illinlit il, you'll Welcome our assistance, confident in knowinir that we can lit you properly with the greatest CH.-e. \Ve have am icipated your s.i/.e in-A liuild- and uv'n ready for you with values that will uladdeii your heart. \W are Liiviiiu you value in u;<>otl clothing for fall. It will pay you to look lie- fore you Ituy. and we are alwavs ulad to show you. NK\V Sl'ITS AN'l) OVKK< OATS 14,95 19.50 22.50 29.50 ZENDER & CALDWELL GOOD CLOTHES Right Prices. N E W H A N E W N L W S Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt were In Des Moines on business, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert HolWorf and family of Fenton were visitors last week Sunday at the home of the lattcr's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Sarchett John Frankl and W. C, Dan left Sunday morning for Douglas, Wyoming, on a week or ten days" hunting trip. They stopped at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for Clint Gardner, who will accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert spent the week end at Des Monies visiting nt the home of Mrs. Leffert's sister, Mrs. J. M. Connolly. Their daughter, ll«, who is attending college at Ames. accompanied them. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Mrs. A. E. Mitchell. Mrs, Minnie Long. Mrs. Burdette Agard and Mrs. A. A. Bishop attended the unit meeting rf the Methodist Foreign Missionary- society at Fenton all day. Thursday. Mr. and Mr*. R. \V. Border returned Monday, having spent a | week in Chicago visiting their I d.-xughter. Edith, who is In training | at the St. Vincent hospital, and at' Dubuque visiting various relatives and friends. Mr*. .Milton Crowe k-ft Friday for her home in North Dakota after spending a few days with her j nephew and wife. Mr. and Mrs-1 Dennis Pratt She also visited at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Harold Oxiey at CVrwith. Mr*. W. \V. ririer arrived Sat- unlay night f->r * visij with Mr. .-.t;J Mrs FT3r.k M*i><ts. Mr*. Pixk: r*\'*ri^r wild Jwr frrasaswss st Famous Traveler I» Local Visitor ihf •••mfc *(nfi w'fi* tsif jmr- rals. KT *7!JJ KErj. .X V H* » t Aureiia Wharry Leuthold, widely known as a travel counselor, was » guest recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds of this city. Mrs. Leut- hoM is from St Paul, where she conducts a travel aid agency. She began traveling in 1P04 with a trip to Europe, and jinoe that time has been to all corners of the globe. Societies and Clubs Mrs. Bra I T»7. -T" ,->iii T T»T*t^R. Sc«tll i h« tn*c; xi55*irvf s5 i U>e Sxca* t>{ Jx-r »c«r. Ijt* R*fi 5*f! \ Sunday for Baj^*- C5w*f. where i rfjf wiR pur h*r jrjKsASattirtiter. j Mrs S&art McKay. » r>*st- S:uArt j McKay is a raai! clfrk e>n the . Northwestern line Dr. and Mrs. William Scholtrn end two sons of Spirit Lake were guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox Sunday. The two women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson were also guests at the Fox home on Sunday. Mr. Danson is the brother of Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Scholten. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan took the brother of the former, Ed Cro- 'ian of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, to Nashua, Iowa. Sunday. Ed Cronan had been their guest during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan drove on to Toledo to spend the rest of the day with their son, Donald. .Mr. and Mrs. William Scbunnke and daughter. Evelyn of Cedar Kails, accompanied by the former's brother and family, Mr. and Mra. Charles Schwanke and daughter, arrived last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hanson. They drove to Whittotnore to celebrate the 76th birthday of Mrs. Hanson's father, Carl Voigt. Mr. and Mra, James Allen and family of Fort Dodge brought Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh to Algona where she makes her home with another daughter, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. VV. Benson of Buffalo Center, the latter also a daughter of Mrs. Cavanuagh, arrived in Algona Sunday and the party drove to Whittemore where they spent the remainder of the day with Mrs. Catherine O'Brien. .Mr. and Mm. Hans Johannsen and family of Waverly, and Mr. und Mrs. William Johnnnsen of New Hampton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jo- Imnnsen, Jr. William Johannsen i., employed by the Standard Oil Company and will be transferred from New Hampton to Rockwell City. W. D. Howie, former Algona resident, will at that time be transferred from Rockwell City to Em- mct-sburg. Glen front of Denver, Colorado visited in Algona from Friday until Sunday with his mother, Mrs. F. A M. Frost and other Algona relatives. He was enroute home from Washington, D. C., where he hac attended a postmaster's convention. Sunday his sister, Mrs. F. L. Tribon. entertained at a family dinner in his honor. Present were another sister, Mrs. Clarence Max- \vtll und husband of Eagle Grove, ilu-ir two sons. Kuasell and Arnold, uji'i families of Algona, Mrs. F. A. M Frost ar.d Fred Frost- Pncsbyterian Missionary— The members of the Presbyter inn Missionary society met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. De'nnis Prat.t They were entertained by the singers of Piney Woods. Honors Birthday— Mrs. Homer Tuttlc entertained a group of her friends nt her home Saturday evening in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk. Mr. and Mrs. j Alvin Weber, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Grooters. Naomi Circle— The Naomi Circle met Friday at the home of Mrs. William Dehnert at a 1:15 covered dish luncheon. Following the business meeting Mrs. C. Herman was presented with the Past Noble Grand pin in honor of her 70th birthday. There was a social afternoon of games and contests. Woman's Club—The members of the Presbyterian olub met Friday a week ago at the club room in the library at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. George St- John read a paper on "Voting and Protecting Rights and Liberties." A dlscus- Fion was led by Mrs. Mary Woodward on "Getting Out the Intelligent Votes." There were several new member* added to the club. .Miss Conic Entertains— A week ago Thursday, Miss Minnie Coate entertained 24 teachers and their wives of whom she was affiliated, and a few old friends. A tivo course dinner was served at six small tables, with a man at each table serving as host. After dinner "beeno" was played and two dozen prizes were given, with witty little sayings wrapped in each. The grand priz,e was won by Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, and the second prize went to Margaret Huller- rnan. Mayor Issue* Proclamation For Roll Call The annual Roll Call for the Kossuth chapter of the American Red Cross will begin on Armistice Day. November llth, and end Thanksgiving Day. There I* little need for me to remind cltliens of our community how vital the Red Cross is In the life of our country. During the past year, both from actual observation and from the accounts of work done which were carried In the dally newspapers, we have seen just how Important It Is that we have an active agency of the American people to administer assistance when the need arises. The frequency with which this need does arise has been demonstrated during the past twelve months when we recall the floods, the tornadoes, the hurricanes, and the epidemics that have been suffered in various parts of this great country, and the work that the Red Cross has done to relieve distress and actual suffering as a result of these catastrophes. Other but less spectacular work carried on by the Red Cross has been Just as important The Red Cross comes to us now with another appeal for membership dues that will finance the work during the year ahead. Our Red Cross asks little from the community, yet contributes much to the general welfare of our people. For this reason. I sincerely urge those who are asked to participate in this great program by paying the relatively small membership to respond in a spirit of good neighborliness. I hope all will take part in the work by becoming members of the society. It gives me great pleasure, therefore, as mayor of Algona, to hereby set aside the designated period as the time when all past members will be asked to renew their membership and for those who have not enrolled before to add their names fo the ranks of Red Cross members in our community. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of Algona. C. of C. Drive Nearly at Goal A total of $4,714 has been subscribed to the Algona Chamber of Commerce, With every prospect that the extra $300 to put the goal over the top would be reached. A clean up drive was made last week. The committee on closing decld* ed that from 10:80 a. m. to noon on Armistice Day, all stores would close In Algona. All stores except drug stores and cafes will be closed all day on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Tears, the committee also decided. Lyle Reynolds, T. H. Chrlschll- les. Don White and B. W. Lusby are on the closing committee. SPECIAL, NEWS BULLETIN t See and Hear Them at Your Gamble Store. The Nationally Advertised Orunow Radios. Teledlal— Tone Tested Resonator— World- Receptlon-^High Fidelity and other features. Teledlal. 12-tube, |9».95—Grunow, 11-tube, $69.95. Liberal allowance for your old radio. Night Football GAME Algona v*. Eagle Grove Athletic Park Wednesday, Nov. 4 Admission 25c and 35c 1937 Models Get Kossuth Licenses New rars licensed during the past week are as follows: Matt Faber. Bode, Terraplane sedan: Clarence Corlew, Corwith, Packard sedan; Frank Capeslus, Algona, Plymouth sedan; C. C. Crouch. Burt. Chevrolet sedan; International Harvester, International truck. Algona; Elmer Hoeck, Armstrong. Dodge sedan. Frank Boever, Ledyard, Chevrolet coupe: John Walsh. Algona. Dodge panel: K. M. Olson. Algona. Terraplane. The greatest line of Radios in our history. Priced from $9.95 and up—See the new Baby Grand Con- aole—The great Coronado Tone Column Series—The latest in All- Wave Radios. 5-Tube Foreign Reception, A. C. Model, $14.95. Cut prices on "B" Batteries and Radio Tubes.—Gamble Stores. 44 Rewrites Of Newt From L*st Frid«y'» Kotiuth County Advance SHELLY Adds VIRGIN GASOLINE REFINERY GASOLINE GASOLINE PROM .WILL OAS TM -------- prod* •et IfcM I* fu fuf*r-ttiutln« F fuollM. ckanM to Fit Your Weather For FASTER START REFINERY gasoiinq U pretty much alike. Slow starting in winter. Vapor-lock trouble in rammer. Varying mileage results, depending on the weather. Skelly upset that time-worn precedent of making gasoline "the same everywhere." Aromax is NOT the same everywhere. It is tailored to fit changing weather in each nuinit", for faster start and highest mileage. e !:•:«. skeiir on Co. <o«D Aroaut to fit row 0 1IU. Bkellr Oil Co. 6O1D SKELLY GASOLINE FOR EACH COMMUNITY i N £ W T I E s How Clean Is Clean? (.Hi lurirr. than juat dirt M removes anri dfc- .-,: rfjy n germs pickuil ui) by clothing - danger- 01 LS gen ub that threaten health und life. <;ur IJAN'l) 1JOX cleaning does all of that. Get i he extra protection of Sterilized, odorle a s '•leaning H LAI NDtti •ad Dttl i'LKANERH Phone TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS resulted in the following court cases last week, before P. A. Danson, justice. Edward Kain, Algona, fined $1 and costs of $3 for failure to stop at highway 18 sign. Eldon Handley. Lone Rock, fined $1 and costs of ,;• on same charge. Fred Fleming, Livermore. was fined (1 and $3 costs for failure to stop at a sign in Riverdale township. Max Reidy, Algona, was fined $50 and costs a week ago by Justice Danson. on a charge of reckless driving. Eddie Jones, Hampton, truck operator, filed a notice of appeal after being found guilty of failure to attach a metal plate to his trailer truck giving actual weight of the vehicle. MALLAKU CREAMERY was robbed of 54 tubs of butter, valued at )1200. and suspicion points to George (Shorty) Hart, who recently escaped from the Kossuth county jail. It is the second time the Mallard creamery haa been robbed. A RECEPTION FOR the new pastor of the Burt Presbyterian :hurch was held, and Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn Speicher were honored by a fine program. THE HAA8E FAMILY reunion was held at the home of Mrs. Carrie Hac-5fc of Fenton, a week ago Sunday. A picnic dinner was enjoyed and a large number of members of the family attended. FROM HOPE, ALASKA, Harold Brethorbt arrived last week for a visit with his uncle, Lambert Brethorst of Doan. He has been employed in the fold mines the past year, and traveled 2,000 miles by! boat and 2,000 miles by bus to get' here. » • • TWO T1TONKA MEN. Guy Bruns and John Korte, contractors, and their helpers, went to Windom, Minn., where they are working on the construction of * new net of farm buildings. * » • A FAMILY REUNION of the Welp family was held at the home of Km. J. H. Welp, Bancroft, a week ago Sunday. • * * BAIXY DAY SBKVICB8 bald by R»v. Wood at Good Hop* and WhUUsnore, brought large attendance! reeanUv. Three Big Dollar Days S Wed. Nov. 4 Thurs. Nov. 5 L e - CHRISTENSEN' Outing Flannel An excellent quality ?A inch width outing flannel in both light and dark colors. For dollar days 8 yds. for Silk Hose Pure thread s>i)k fuU fashioned lad- lei hose in the most popular colors For dollar days 2 pairs for Dress Gloves Ladies' Capeskin dress gloves in colors black or brown, an excellent 11.50 value for dollar days Princess Slips Silk prmcciis slips in either four fore or bias cut styles, all in the popular California top style. For Dollar Day* Hand Bags New shapes, new leathern, in colors black, brown, green, wine and grey. They look like reg. f2 bag For Dollar Day* Bargains like tin-si- only happen once in a while, SO GET YOUR SHARE In the Ready-to-Wear Department For these three days we are doing this on our Ready-to Wear On every silk or WHO I dress worth f up to %'.) we will tfivi- you On every silk or wool dress worth $ $10 and hetter wi- will ^ive you On every Ladies' Coat worth $20.00—$2.00 off On every Ladies' Coat worth $30.00—$3.00 off On every Ladies' Coat worth $40.00—$4.00 off On every Ladies' Coat worth $60.00—$5.00 off We Are Doing Things Downstairs Too IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT Out. Pajamas Attractive styles— made from heavy teaseled flannel in all of the popular patterns and colors. For Dollar Day* Ladies' Shoes For these three days our shoe dept. does its pnrt too. About 50 pairs of shoes, values to $5.00 For Dollar Day* Cnallie A new dreus gomU that 'looks like silk, made by the famous "Peter Pan" fabrics jntgH. Regular 69c vajue lor dollar day* 2 yds. for English Print* An excellent quality 30 inch print in new fall color* and patterns. 8 yds. for Ladies Pajamas, worth to $2.00 for Ladies pure Siik Hose, 3 pairs for Ladies' Princess Slips, 2 for Beautiful Woven Bugs, 2 for Bilk Dresses of the 4.98 quality and better Ladies' Winter Coats, fur trim or tailored styles Ghmtensen S1.0O $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 f loff 'ALOOMA'8 STYLE OWT1B 1 Linen toweling Genuine "Steven*" all linen toweling of the "P" quality. 18 inches wide, in either bleached or unbleached. 6 yds. for Lace Curtains Genuine "Quaker" quality lac« curtain pan*l» in new at- trtctiv* w*av«* and pattern*, 42 in. wide For Dollar Da*.

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