The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 1, 1936 Herbert French of Mankato spent Thanksgiving Day with his -mother, Mrs. S. B. French. Mr. and Mrs. Gait PetHt and Steve Murchland spent Thursday and Friday at Clinton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe spent Thanksgiving Da/at Osage as the •dinner guests of the Nels Bensons. Omar Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly, spent the week end with his parents. Omar is a stud- •ent at Creighton. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes were guests at Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Stoke's sister. Mrs. W. J. Becket at Spencer. Elsie Halbrook, employed at the Peterson Studio, spent Thanksgiving Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Halbrook, at Mason City. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Minnie Long were Mr, and Mrs. A. Z. Slagle and familjtf Claire Dahl- ton, and Bud BoeVers ' of West Bend. Evelyn Smith, who Is attending the Iowa State Teachers College, spent Thanksgiving and the week i end with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Jahet Zerfam and her room-mate Amy Moore spent Thanksgiving with the former's father, P. P. Zerfass. The girls are employed at Des Moines. Meredith Lathrop, daughter of Mrs. Charles Lathrop, has recently accepted a position In the State Library of Oregon, located In Salem, Oregon. E. R. DeLano and family of Hubbard have made Algona their permanent home. Mr. DeLano is bulk station agent for the Mid-Continent Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. O. VV. Muhleman of St. Paul were guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman Thursday and Friday. The men are brothers. Ruth Malueg, student at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent Thanksgiving, and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg. Wesley Behlmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer, spent from Wednesday visiting his parents. He is a student of cosmetology at Des Moines, and will take his state board examination shortly after returning. WhoRules the Waves? And the answer is — WE DO! Because our work Is the finest possible, and the praises of our patrons are the greatest tribute we could re• cetve—our spacious, easily accessible home on west State street provides greater comfort—and although our work .will stand and rise above all comparisons, our prices are sensible. THE MINUTE WAVE Has received unlimited popularity since its Introduction. Easy to have, no wires attached to your head. The newest thing In permanents, and found only in our shop In this section. $5 - $7 THE MACHINELESS WAVE No electricity, no machine, no wires—lovely, soft natural looking wave, doing justice to the finest lustre and beauty In hair. Zotoa at v $10 Jamal$6.50 Vapor Marcel $5 Other Wave* at Lower Prices EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ONLY MORRISON BEAUTY SHOP 103 S. RIDGELY PHONE 279 A healthy baby girl wan born to Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Qade Sunday morning. Norma Preston of Storm Lake was a Thanksgiving guest of her friend, Betty Hllsteadt. Mr. and Mrs. John Rohenberger of Llvermore visited at the H. Coleman home last Sunday. Catherine Streit of Mason City was a guest of her aunt, Mary Streit Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen of Albert Lea," parents of Mrs. M. J. Duffy were guests at the Duffy lome Sunday. Marguerite Dahlel and her room- riate, Jeanne McElray, spent Thanksgiving with the former's mother, Mrs. E. W. Lusby. The girls are students at Grinnell Col- eg'e at Grinnell, Iowa. Mrs. Herb Stale? and daughter, Edna, and the former's son-in-law L,. O. Bush and two children of Burt have moved to Algona from Burt and are now occupying the Mrs. Addle Gingerich apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson drove to Pocahontas Thursday with their son, Bob. Bob was a guest of Donnnbelle Simpson. He returned to Sioux City the same day where he is employed In the Christy Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Horsford and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar Hagen of Minneapolis spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Horsford. The M. J. Horsfords are Arne's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Horsford entertained the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. Martin Horsfird, and son Teddy, and daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. W. Hagen and children, Joan and Caroline, all of Minneapolis, at dinner Thanksgiving Day. Jack and Charlotte Hilton spent Thanksgiving Day with their father, Roy Hilton at Slayton, Minnesota. Charlotte spent the follow' ing week end at Algona as guest of Bernice Ludwig. Charlotte is Mrs. Wlnlfrc* Glllen, local teacher, and her daughter, Charlotte, spent Thanksgiving at Ames with ;he former's mother. Senator and Mrs. Dickinson will leave Friday for a two weeks' trip student in a business college a Minneapolis. Doris Long spent the week enc with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A L. Long. Doris is teaching a Tama, and returned with Harolc Falkenhafner. Harold returned to Iowa City where he is working in the state hospital, after spending the week end in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ehvood Norton of Lawton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schneider and daughter, France's of Wheatland were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Ellwood is a son of the B. E. Nortons, and the Schneiders are the parents of Mrs. Ellwood Norton, f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richards and two children, Russell and Eleanor, I spent the week end with the former's mother, Mrs. A. D. Richards. The F. A. Richards are residents of Princeton, Illinois. Russell Is a student at Princeton University, and Eleanor Is a graduate at Princeton high school. Mr. and Mrs. W. i. Fuller and family and Mrs. Fuller's cousin Mrs. Lon F. Wright, spent Thanksgiving at Spencer 1 with Mrs. Fuller's listen, Mrs. D. J. Logan and Mrs. W. J. Mauer at the Mauer home. Mr. Fuller and Mrs. Wright came home Thursday evening. Mr Fuller went after his family Sun day. Mr. and Mn. JE. JT. Hodges left the first of the week for Bartles vllle, Oklahoma, where they wll visit until after the holidays with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Reid. After the holidays they will leave for the wes where they will spend the winter The outside work on their home just east of town has been prac tically finished and the inside wil be complete next spring. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges both enjoy better health in the west during the winter months. to Washington, D. C. They will be driven by Rex Nelson. Rena WeUendorf of Chicago arrived Thursday for a ten day visit with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish of Iowa Falls were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, at Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Louis Lynk opened a suburban store last Saturday which Is located on East State street across fronuthe Athletic Park. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and daughter, Genevieve, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Hartshorn's parents at Ledyard. Josephine Chubb, now employed in Minneapolis, spent from Wednesday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy and daughter, Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lee of Britt were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Iowa City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Sunday. John Thompson is a brother of Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson returned Sunday evening after spending Thanksgiving and the week end with friends in Council Bluffs. Margaret Vlgars, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars, returned to Cedar Falls after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Antone Zlttrltsch and children,, Annie, Helen and Tony were guests Thursday of Mrs. Matt Zittritsch at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. James Fennlmore of Burlington arrived last week Tuesday and will visit until Sunday with Mrs. Fennimore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Larson. The children, Ruth Ann, Rosemary and Katherine, of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy are recuperating from the flu, which kept them confined to their beds last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post and Walter Post and son, Kenneth of Clear Lake, returned last week from St. Louis where they attended the funeral of William Post, aged 93. He was the father of Hugh and Walter. He was very well until two weeks preceding his death. Mr. and Sirs. Bob Danson of West Plains, Missouri, are the parents of ft son, Paul Lawrence, bom November 18. Bob Danson is a brother of P. A. Danson of Algona. Mrs. H. L. Gllmore and children Mary Louise and Edwin, spent the week end visiting two of the former's aunts at Cedar Rapids, Misses E, J. Shearer and K. D. Walter. Donna Marlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sengbush, was baptized in the Trinity Lutheran church Sunday. Mrs. P. J. Braner and Mrs. August Bellinger acted as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld of Austin, Minnesota, spent the week end with the tatter's mother, Mrs. B. P. Benson. Mr. Bradfield is affiliated with the Botsford Lumber Co. at Austin. Mary Elizabeth Vnn Allen, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, spent Thanksgiving vacation with her aunt, Mrs. James Allen, at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Allen brought her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mertz left Sunday for their new home at Rockford, Illinois. They have been guests since their recent marriage it the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. John Caughlin. Harold Bates of Elmhurst. III., and Opal Cronan spent Thanksgiving day and until Sunday with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Cronan. Opal is teaching school at Elmhurst this year. Lee Reed returned to Algona on Friday afternoon after being gone for two weeks. He took his mother, Mrs. Stella Reed, to Sioux Falls to visit her son. Fay, and made a business trip to Yankton. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall and son. Bobble, spent Thanksgiving at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. Mr. McDougal! returned the same night, but Mrs. McDougall and Bobbie remained until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thllges and daughter, Mary, of Algona, were Thanksgiving day guests at the Paul Thilges home at Bode, it also being Paul Junior's fifth birthday. Other guests besides the Thllges were Mr. and Mrs. John Faber and family of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrman of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Evans and children, Bobbie and Janet of Wyman, Iowa, spent Thanksgiving and the week end with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans. Other guests at the Evans home were James Dunn of Columbus, and Frances Luckey of Vinton. James Dunn Is a brother of Mrs. Wallace Evans. Mr. and Mrs. James Powers of Melbourne, town, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Powers and Mrs. McCorkle are sisters. Mr. and Mr*. Dennis Pratt returned Saturday from a business trip to Des Moines. They stopped at Ames and brought their daughter, Esther, home for the week end. Esther is a student at Iowa State College. She returned to Ames with Lyle Pugh. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Oregson, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skllllng and daughter, Elizabeth of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cashmere and daughter, Jacqueline of Cor- with were Thanksgiving guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gregson of Grinnell. Cecil Grcgson of Chicago was also a guest. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr*. B. E. Hilsteadt were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Strandberg and daughter, Shirley of Boone, and Mrs. Anna Strandberg of Ogden. E. E. Strandberg is a brother of Mrs. Hilstendt nnd Mrs. Anna Strandberg is her mother. Mrs. Anna Strandberg will spend the winter with the Hil- steadts. In last week's tTpprr DPS Molnos a mention of Mrs. Ida Wright, mother of Lon F. Wright, stated that she had fractured her knee. In reality the knee was seriously injured, but not broken. Mrs. Wright, who is past 80, has been bedfast seven weeks and will have to remain in bed another three or four weeks. Mr. and MM. A. W. Amnmwn and family spent Thanksgiving at Ellsworth with Mrs. Amunson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds and her brother and family. Mr. and MM. Walter ElbeTt and family have moved to Algona front Whittemore and are now occupying the Mrs. Luella Bingaman house which they purchased earlier •in the fall. BUYS! BOYS! BUYS! Big Annual Sale Now In Full Swing Open Evenings and Sundays 30 CARS To Choose From Come in! Drive one yourself! Give us a bid! Your old car often makes the down payment. Easy terms—by week or month—lowest possible interest Prices Cut Again This Week 1935 Ford V-8 coach Deluxe with Karl-Keen trunk 1935 Ford V 8 coach standard —black, heater 1934 Ford V-8 Fordor heater*—trunk 1931 Ohev. coupe heater—clean 1937 Chev Coach Deluxe—discount 1934 Chev. Coupe heater—radio 1933 Chev. 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Look At A Few Of Our Cheaper Ones 1930 Chevrolet Coach, good 1930 Pontiac Coach tl™ M. i * MA..!. 1930 Ford roadster 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Sedan 1928 Ford Sedan 1929 Ford roadster 1927 Chevrolet sedan 1935 Chevrolet Truck and lots of others State Tour Needs We'll Get You the Car You Want MAXWELL MOTORS Pnon« 698 Alon*, Iowa Chrysler—Plymouth SALES * SERVICE Owner—R L. Maxwell Salesmen: S. Evans, J. Burns Less than 50c on the dollar for these marvelous Style Knit Dresses more than 50 garments in this special purchase. Boucles Moss Crepe Hand Crochet Zephyr Knit Hand Knit Effects 2.98 3.98 (iariuents worth up 10 £17.50. si/t?s 14 lo COLD ABOUT WARM CLOTHING For The Man Who Works Outdoors A great stock of quality garments to choose from—warm, sheep-lined coats, Mackinaws, Dressy Laskin Lamb lined Ulsters. The new Sheeplined Vests, Leather Jackets, Coats, and Footwear of all kinds. You'll find them all here, and every item guaranteed as to price and wearing qualities. SHEEPLINED COATS $>|90 Men's 36-inch coat, heavy moleskin outer shell, a real quality coat, priced at 4 MEN'S BODYGUARD Wool Union Suits $1.95 Sizes 38 to 60 MEN'S EXTRA HEAVY Cotton Rib Unions 98c Grey and Ecru Suede Shirts Grey or buck color. Size* 14 Vi to 20. 98c Boys' sizes 75o Barnyard Jackets Brown or blue, sizes 36 to 00, priced at 98c BOYS' UNDERWEAR 69c to 89c MEN'S HVY WOOL SOX . _. 19c to 69c Men's Blue Denim, 25% Wool Blanket Lining $1.59 Boys' sizes $1.10 Men's Suede Windbreaker Jackets, Zipper Fastener $2.39 Navy Blue, Heavy, Ail-Wool Zipper Jackets, the best at ' $3.85 Boy's Dark Brown Moleskin Sheeplined Coats Belt all around, a dressy coat $3.85 MEN'S 40 inch SHEEPSKIN Lined, Moleskin Coats, leather $Q 1 rimmed, sheeplined to one edge. •'• Four pockets, wouibo foliar, dark brown shell. Boys' Helmets 25c to 98c Hockey Caps Men's Winter Footwear Hall Hiiinl or f\>nv< rse all rubber. -1-buekle overshoes, sizes (J to K? $1.98 Men's lightweight all rubber work overshoes, black or red, -I or 5 buckle, sixes (i to ]',} 1 $125 i Men's U buckle rubber, Hi ]m:-<- Meii's One Buckle sure diivil lop, lirst qiialii v, as low Dress Overshoes a s wholesale $1.65 --- -• Men's lou, Bu.-klo A FINE QUALITY SHEEP PAC 89c Dress Overshoes $1.98 fluid's :j buckle all rubber O'shoes $1.29 WE GIVE XMAS GIFT COUPONS WITH EVERY $1 OR OVER PURCHASE. The The Largest Selection of Men's and Boy's Gift House Slippers in Northern Iowa HUB Clothiers Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds

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