The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24,1936 Mrs. A. It Cliff of Ames left Sat> urday after spending the week with Mrs. N. C. Rice. Valeria Plckett, Margaret Brown and Bernlce Dearchs spent Friday afternoon In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher of Mllford were guests last week of • Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey. Mrs. P. R. Irons returned Sanday after spending a week visiting -at the home of her sister, Mrs. C J. Nugent at Spencer. W. J. Galbralth has returned to Jits home Wednesday after spending three weeks at the Kossuth hospital, where he was 111 with the pneumonia. Mrs. Russell Cook and her guests, Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter, Beverly of Entmetsburg, and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves spent Friday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. HowardBforgan accompanied by little Defcres Meyer spent Wednesday at Lone Rock visiting Mrs. Morgan's daughter, Mrs. Willis Cotton. Mrs. William Pestotnllc, Mrs. May Harris, Mary Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson attended a meeting of the embroidery club at Wesley, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit took the' latter's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan, to her home in Emmetsburg Friday afternoon. She had been paying the Matt Strelta a short visit Mrs. May Harris and daughters, Mrs, H. M. Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson and her two children, Richard and Joyce May spent Wednesday with another daughter of the former, Mrs. Lawrence Hansen of near Wesley. Clarence Meek of Eagle Grove was a guest of Bernice Stock last week end. Ruth Bishop will arrive in Algona Wednesday to spend Thanks^ giving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Ruth teaches school at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Paxson were in Des Moines from Tuesday to Thursday. Mr. Paxson attended the state annual mutual insurance convention and Mrs. Paxson was a guest of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. A donation of 10,000 magazines is wanted for the CCC boys at Bancroft. People having old magazines are asked to leave their donation at the Smoke Shop, or to phone 651-W and W. E. McDonald will call for them. Arlene Sonnerholm arrived Sunday from her home In Crystal Lake, and started to work Monday at the Gamble store, where she will be employed until Christmas. She will be a guest during the time at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hoi- man Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bcardsley will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Thanksgiving Day. They will have open house in the afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley will have been married 60 years, and they were married in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowe of Vlcksburg, Michigan, returned to their home Tuesday after spending a few days visiting the former's aunt, Mrs. E. H. Beardsley. Mrs. Harriet Lowe accompanied the Frank Lowes and will make an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. E. H. Beardsley. Mr. , nnd Mr*. B. E. Hllsfradt were Fort Dodge visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan spent Sunday at Ledyard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden. Dr. and Mrs. S. W* Meyer were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Nelson at Humboldt, Sunday evening. Carrie and Chris Wernort spent the week end In Mason City as the guests of their friend, Mrs. Glen Brunaon. Patty Potter of Storm Lake was a guest at the B. E. Hllsteadt residence Sunday of her friend, Betty Hilsteadt. it. H. Chrischllles went to Chicago Sunday night on a pre-holiday buying trip for the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Mrs. C. F. Erlckson of Minneapolis arrived Sunday to make an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erlckson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rulon and family of Cherokee spent the week end as guests of Mr. aRTI Mrs. John Kohlhaaa. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Berrle of Mason City will spend Thanksgiving Day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry. Walter Moller of Chicago Is to he a guest at the hdme of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Klrbach for Thanksgiving and the week end. Mrs. T. H. Holmes win go to Chicago Saturday to spend a few days visiting at the home of her son, Wilfred Ressegule. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and daughters, Irene and Mildred of Mason City were guests at the F. A. Corey home Sunday. Gerald Steussy spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. H. M. Steussy. Gerald is a student in pharmacy at Des Moines. The Auxiliary wishes anyone In :he community who has clothing The Lonesome Cowboy Coming To State in WHO Barn Frolic CASH ff OLD GOLD Dental gold, broken jewelry, watch cases and the like. At BORCHARDTS 47* RUPTURE and VARICOSE VEIN CLINIC Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. O., of the Algona General Hospital will hold a rupture and varicose A-CMM clinic at the hospital every Friday, from 8 to 12 a. in. Must rupture and varicose vein cases can be treated successfully without surgery. No charge will be made for examinations, or truss fitting on clinic days. $63.50 Raised Bv Swea Red Cross Swea City: The annual Red Cross roll call was held at Swea City on Thursday, Nov. 12. A house to house cnnvas was made by the following: Ada Uhr, Liala Berg. Frances Thomson, Florence Picht, Luella Senenfelter, Mavis Larson, Dorothy Anderson, Maurine Linde, Hazel Hanson, Caroline Hundsness, Gloria Linde, Eloise Preston, Grace Roba, Mildred Linde, and Mnrjorie Lundquist, members of the junior and senior classes with Ida E. Larson ns local chairman. Sixty-three dollars and fifty cents were obtained. One-half of this amount will go for National Red Cross work, the other half to remain here for local work. IOWA Better Get Ready for Those Holiday Invitations GIRLS! HERE IT IS...The New Boot Sensation high style 6v«*i«m8 talking! •BROWN •BLACK Laced right up to ihs anklc»...they're the youngett ...ncwctt ..."»poriing«u"ttyl* you've ever worn. Metal cycled ... leather beeU.. • genuine GooJyeM welt lole* •ad GRAND for all »port* wcu! for a supply shelf to call Mrs. Henry Becker or Mrs. Joe Harlg. Stanley McDonald spent the week nd with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald. Stanley is taking a Diesel engineering course in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Relndera and family of Clare spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt. Mrs. Joynt and Mr. Reinders are sister and brother. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson will spend Wednesday and Thanksgiving day as guests of theTr son, Call Dickinson, whose home Is In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane of Manchester were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Lane were formerly residents of Algona. Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Dwight Andrews, Mrs. Leona Falkenhain- er, and Madonna Qulnn were in Des Moines Friday on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Louis I-ynk and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wolle of Belmond will spend Wednesday and Thursday at Sioux City as guests of Mrs. Lynk's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly will spend the Thanksgiving holidays at Omaha visiting their son, Oman. They will attend the Detrolt- Crelghton football game. Mr. and Mrs, F. H. Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Strand of Ledyard drove to Charles City to visit the Hargreaves' daughter, Mrs. K. F. Ball, recently. Mrs. Kcrmit Forbes and Mrs. Or- villc Elkins spent Friday at Graettinger ns guests of Mrs. Bob Simonson and her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Brazil, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Ilalph Miller and niece, Donnabelle Merron, will spend Thanksgiving at Estherville ns guests of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Thompson. Wei-k end miesls of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Gipe and children, (icrnldine and Donald, and Mrs. Zeno Bass all of Strahan, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry spent Thursday and Friday nt Des Moines attending the automobile show nnd visiting at the home of Mr. Barry's slater, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were called to Emmetsburg last Friday afternoon by the death of Mr. Duffy's nephew, four month-old Joseph Duffy. M. J. Duffy attended the funeral Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wolle, and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wolle and two children, Joan and Nancy of Minnesota Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert and twin sons, and Mr. Elbert's mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbert and his niece Ernaline Aljg, both of Whittemore, spent Sunday at Lancaster, Minnesota, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elbert and family, brother of Ralph. Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Baker and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and son. Lew- OUR GIFT TO you Ask for your membership card NOW, you can secure gifts of silk hosiery the year 'round by joining the Rollins Hosiery Club. With each dozen pairs of Rollins you buy as you need them, we give you the 13th pair FREE. You'll Jjke our hosiery so well you'll wont to line up for a life-time member- ihip. is will spend Thanksgiving Day at Ames visiting their respective sons, Durwood Baker and John Ferguson, who are attending the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Helse of Easton, Minnesota, and children, Lynette and Carl, visited Saturday with Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. They were accompanied by Ruth Helse, also of Easton. Mr. Heise is a brother of Mrs. Lavrenz, and Ruth, a niece. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llnnan attended the reception in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon for Justice and Mrs. Richard F. Mitchell who have recently returned from their wedding trip to Mexico. The reception was given by Mr. and Mrs. Granger Mitchell and Miss Marcia Mitchell. Mrs. Ralph Horigan of Spencer, who formerly lived In Algona, is a patient in a Minneapolis hospital recovering from a recent operation. Her daughter, Mrs. Ray Selken, lives in Minneapolis. Mrs. Horrigan will spend some time with her before returning to Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simonson and the latter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Brazil, Indiana, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal Sunday. The Deals will go to Graettinger Thanksgiving Day, to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Simonson. Mrs. Deal is also a daughter of Mrs. Morlan. A. H. Stock received a copy of the Sunrise edition of the Marysville Globe of Marysvllle.Washlng- ton, announcing the birth of a grandson, born October 29. The baby weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces nnd has been nnmcd Gary Lee. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stock, and is their fourth child. Ernest E. IIurpcT, Post Muster General of the Newfoundland government, wns a guest of Judge and Mrs. W. n. Quarton Wednesday nnd Thursday. Mr. Harper is making a tour of the United States and will soon leave for England. The Judge met Mr. Harper while visiting his son. Harold, American consul at Newfoundland, during the previous summer. , Mrs. Frank Esser was called to Decatur, Illinois, Monday night, because of the death of her brother, Jason Jennett, who died of heart trouble. Mrs. Esser's two sons. Vincent and James, accompanied her. Mr. Jennett visited her last summer. Funeral services were held Thursday. Mr. Jennett leave* a wife and two daughters. The Essers returned Friday. Margaret Stephemon a junior at Morningside college in Sioux City, will arrive Wednesday to spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson of Des Moines will also arrive Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mr. and Mrs. Joe^Uhl of Maxwell will arrive Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with the latter'a brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Mr. and Mrs. Uhi and Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan will drive to Rapid City. South Dakota, Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nolte, Mr. Nolte being the pastor of the Presbyterian church and a cousin of Mrs. Uhl and Mr. Sheehan. Leon Merritt will drive to Sioux City Wednesday morning to meet Dorothy DeMott and Marian Gilmore and bring them to Algona for Thanksgiving and the following week end. Dorothy and Marian are attending the Nebraska State Teachers' College at Wayne, Nebraska. Dorothy is the daughter of Mrs. Leon Merritt, and Marian is the son of Mrs. Irene Gilmore. Mr. and Mr». Lon 8. Wright spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines visiting Mr. Wright's mother, Mrs. Ida Wright, and sister, Hazel Wripht, a registered nurse. Mrs. Ida Wright, who is past 80 years of age fell from some steps and broke her knee. She is confined to her bed and will be unable to be up for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Wright also attended til automobile show while in Des Moines. .Mrs. \V. II. Goddt-u and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, drove to Fort UodKc Friday evening to meet W. H. Godden, who accompanied by his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. I>. Guddi-n of Emmetsburg, were returning from Chicago. The Mr. Uuddviis had gone in company with their granite dealers at Iowa Falls and Hampton, to Chicago where tlu-y attended the national convention of the marble granite dealers. W. H. Godden is an officer in the association. Mrs. P. L. Godden visited friends while there. They had been gone since Sunday. Gordon Stephenson of Algona, junior student at Drake University, Des Moines, will spend Thanksgiving at home. He is in the college of education at Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christensen and daughter, Frances, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl of Graettinger were guests Sunday at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. The greatest assortment of Toys In our history now on display— Gifts for children, mother and dad. Special Christmas Cards, 20 for 18c —Hiawatha Train, 98c—Machine Gun 79c.—Gamble Stores. 47 I must employ at once a man living in small town or on farm. Permanent work. Must be satisfied with earning $75 a month at first Add- dress Box 426, care of this paper. Name Address ^Travel "Our IJ. 8. A. for Sports Sake". Comedy— "Mickey Mouse's Rival." Kiddie Koin Klub Talks on travel Award of prizes 'All Seats 21c Kids lOc You'll want to look your best. Send suits, coats, dresses now. Let us put your wardrobe in A-l condition for a smart appearance wherever you go. You can depend on Modern cleaning for better results. Give us a trial. PHONE 537 We Call and Deliver Promptly Modern Dry Cleaners lS&888&&CXCt&^ Sunday-Monday, Nov. 29-30 Sunday matinee 1-3:30-6 p. m. Watch the program grow. 2 excellent features. Highest priced vaudeville team In pictures. Cut Rate Grocery Thanksgiving Specials BURHANK Bl'SSET Potatoes 15 Ib. pk. 39c TEXAS SEEDLESS Grape Fruit doz. 39c RED RIPE Cranberries Ib. 19c FRESH CRISP CELERY bunch lOc SOUTHERN Sweet Potatoes 7 Ibs. 25c GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES 10 Ibs. 39c HARD YELLOW BANANAS 4 Ibs. 25c SNOSHEKV Cake Flour 2| Ib. pkg. 19c Folgers or Uttls Bros. COFFEE 1 Ib. can 29c OUEN JOHMIOH Hit No. 2 Mutiny rides u hcllshlp—a devil in command. Hen Lyon and Irvine riehol 'Down to the Sea' Mince Meat, Jack Sprat 9 oz. pkg lOc Pumpkin, Jack Sprat _ _2 No. 2 cans 19c Pumpkin, Jack Sprat, _2 No. 2£ cans 25c Pumpkin Pie Spice 1^ oz. pkg. lOc Asparagus, Jack Sprat __10 oz. can 19c (fancy all green stalks) Salad Dressing Jack Sprat ..16 oz jar 19c Gelatin Dessert Jack Sprat .4 pkgs. 19c Cbeese Brick or American 2 Ib. box 59c Corn, Jack Sprat 2 no. 2 cans 25c Peas, Mayflower, 2 No. 2 cans 25c Fruit Cocktail, Jack Sprat 16 oz. can 15c Sweet Potatoes, Jack Sprat No. 3 can 15c Everything in fresh Fruits and Vegetables for Thanksgiving THANKSGIVING POULTRY TURKEYS, DUCKS, GEESE, CHICKENS Our ONVII private delivery service ANDERSON'S Jack Sprat Food Store Algona, Iowa DUCKS GEESE CHICKENS TURKEYS riiice Your Ordt-r Early for Prime Selection SOLID PACK OYSTERS pt. 28c BOUI less Corn Fed Rolled Rib Roast Ib. 24c i Read The Want Ads—It Pays. COBX FED Swiss Steak Ib. 24c SPECIAL MADE BOLOGNA Ib. 14c New Vork BUTTER 2 Ib. country roll 69c USED CAR SALE Cars To Choose From - Look Them Over! Give us Your Bid! IF YOU NEED A GOOD CAR, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR BIG ANNUAL MONEY-SAVING SALE. YOU DON'T NEED CASH IF YOUR PRESENT CAR COVERS DOWN PAYMENT. ^^^^^^^^^^ LOOK THESE OVER. '36 Ford V-8 coach Heater—gumnelal 2- '35 Plymouths Heattr.s. clean, excellent 1931 Chev. Coupe Clean—good condition 1929 Chev. Tudor J J rti'td extra low 1935 Chev. truck Long wheel base '31 Pontiac Coach new overhaul 1934 Chev. Coach Heuter—good rubber 1S35 Ford Coach Heater—excellent 1930 Chev. Tudor Good buy 1929 Dodge D. A. Kxti'a &uod, rubber like nuvv 1933 Chev. Truck I-onf wheel base 1934 Chev. Coupe Kudio and heater 1933 Chev. Coach Heater—Excellent condition 1931 Chev. 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