The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 Wesley an Writes of Navy EDFROELICH IN PENSACOLA AVIATION CORPS Wins Promotion to Rank of Machinists Mate, First Class Wesley: In a recent letter, Edward Froelich, who is in the aviation branch of the navy, and located at Pensacola, Fla., writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich, that he has been advanced to the rank of first-class aviation machinists mate. Edward is steadily progressing in his chosen career. The Charles and Carl Froehlich families spent Thanksgiving at Williams with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Lawrence Ricke. The Methodist Aid is planning a public supper, to be served in the church parlors the evening of Dec. 12. Mrs. Lucille Hopkins, who was ill, was conveyed in the McMahon ambulance to a Mason City hospital last Thursday. The Misses Phyllis Cruise and Iva Mae Ward, who have business positions in town, arc doing light housekeeping in the Loretta Lloyd residence. Friends here are pleased with a report that George Price, in the Kossuth hospital, Algona, is improving. George suffered a ruptured spleen in an accident several weeks ago. The business men are wiring three blocks of main street for Christmas lights. They will be about three feet apart and extend the length of the park in the center of the street. Friends here learn that Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sturdivant are now living in Mason City. They have an apartment on President street. Mr. Sturdivant is the former publisher of the News-World. The Mesdames Clara Aldrich and Nancy Dawson entertained the Afternoon bridge club at the home SIFEBT "ON THE AIR" If you're toned in to WNAX. Yankton, S. D., and think they have begun a broadcast from a barnyard, don't be misled, because the chances are that it will only be our old friend, Eddie Sifcrt "doing his staff." Eddie says he has landed a nice fat job with the Yankton people, doing imitations of barnyard animals and fowls over the ether, and that he intends to make his work so realistic that the listeners will start looking under their davenports for stray roosters and in the closets for misplaced cows. Eddie has displayed his versatility in many ways, and this is just another accompanlfctit- ment for the home town boy, who seems to be making good in another way. You can't unroll carpets before her every step ... but you can BROWNBiiJ AIR/STEP Shoes with the "magic sole" that turns hard sidewalks into soft carpets wherever she goes. Thrilling shoes whose 'dainty soles conceal an aerolastic filler that absorbs every lolt and jar. Exceedingly smart styles for every occasion. of Mrs. Aldrich Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Louis Goetz won high and Mrs. L. L. Peffer, second. Lowell Keith Hall, Hanlontown, three-year old nephew of Mrs. L. L Lease, is spending two weeks icre with his aunt Mf. and Mrs. ?rank Johnson are visiting the Edwin Johnson family, St. James, Minn. The Thursday club met with Mrs. John Hutchison last week. Mrs. Braley won high, Mrs. Edna Flom average prize. The Thursday evening bridge club met at the L. Goetz home last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Srdraan assisted. Mr. and Mrs. tlcMahon won high and Mr. and •Irs. Victor Loebig, second. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer were guests. The Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening with Mrs. Martha Welter, hostess. The Auxiliary will give a card party Saturday afternoon, Dec. 5, at the Legion rooms. There were 18 tables of bridge and five hundred at the C. D. of A. card party last week Wednesday. Mrs. L. J. Studer won high in five hundred, and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer in bridge. Edward Eisenbacher won door prize. Mrs. Jos. Frimml, with Will and Minnie, entertained Frank and Minnie Frimml and several neighbor families at a goose dinner last week Sunday. K. J. Smith New Burt Club Head K. J. Smith was- elected head of the Burt Community Club, at a meeting held last week, succeeding L. E. Roetman. Other officers named were H. E. Rachut, secretary. Mr. Roetman and M. M. Chipman, who have served the club as president and secretary for the past two years, declined to be reelected. A holiday program of interest including a visit of Santa Glaus is being planned. ^ Whittemore News Mrs. Lawrence Laidley was at Ringsted last week Monday. Among those who attended a dinner recently at the Art Rusch home of Lotts Creek were Mr. and Mrs Wm. Rusch, Sr. f Mr. and Mrs. W Rusch and family and the H R. Zumachs. Among those who purchased new Chevrolets from the Poirot S Schattschneider garage are John V Elbert Mrs. H. E. Woodward ant Joe Bonnstetter. Martin Eischek purchased a Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the John Sebers home in Gamer. Mrs. Clarence Sebers accompanied them home to spend the week end. The Shoe Store of Kossuth County CSIt c/f gift every woman will welcome with enthusiasm! Beautiful pure silk hose, flawlessly door and ring!•» I All are full fashioned and have inner toes and heels for greater durability. Choose from three weights! Wispy sheer chiffons, semi-sheer and service weights. In the smart winter shades Semi-Sheer Chiffon Per Pair Service Weights Per Pair $1.25 59c 59c $1.50 79c 79c $1.95 $1.00 $1.00 A Gift Box Free With Every Pair BrownelPs The Shoe Store of Kossuth County. Mrs. Will Funk, ST., and daughter, Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk, Mr. and Mrs. Will Funk, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuman and daughter, Fern, the Fred Wills all of Algona, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ostwald. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, son Otto and daughter, Minnie, Richard Vaughn, Richard lObert and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Foxsen and son, Or> vilie of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert and son Peter of St. Joe were' Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Leo Elbert home. Practical gifts make When they come from BROWNELL'S The Shoe Store of Kossuth County CHOOSE A MAN'S GUTFOBAMAN and if you do, you'll pick Shoes A gift he will enjoy long after Christmas. Give him a pair of these solid leather shoes that fit so well, feel so good and look so smart. Priced at $3.50 and $5 A FEW OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR HER FOR HIM Slippers for the boudoir, lounging or about the house are gifts she'll appreciate. Choose from our gay variety of leathers, fabrics, colors and styles. 79c to $3.00 Slippers everyman enjoys. You're sure to find the kind to please him here. Comfortable lounging slippers in leathers or felt, tan, black and colors. 85c to $2.25 11 •*•//, Smart Bags To "go with" her smartest costumes. Choose from a host of fashionable styles. $1.00 Dress Sox will make his Christmas a merry one. Fine quality hose with inner heels and toes. In the wanted kinds and colors. 25c-50c-75c For Youngsters Galoshes The kind you'll wear in spite of yourself, because they're Smart, light on your feet, warm, and protect footwear as well as health. 98c to $2.95 Fill their gift stocking with a pair of cozy, comfy slippers. In felt fabric, leather or novelties. In gay colors youngsters like. 60c-85c-$1.00

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