The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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&lgona toper ^^^r ^% ^% AIXH)NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28,1937 50 New Books Available on Library Shelves NEW FICTION AT HEAD OF LIST All Types of Beading Offered in New Choices Some 50 books have been added to the volumes at the Algona public library since last September, a survey made in cooperation with Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian. The new books are as follows: Fiction "The Diary of a Suburban Housewife" by Dorothy Blaken; "Give He One Summer and You" by Emile Loring; "Benefit Street" by Jane Abbott; "The Doctor" by Mary Roberts Rinehart; "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell; "The Stolen God" by Edison Marshall; The Iron Will" by Margaret Bonning; "Gallant" by Ruth Sawyer; "The American Flaggs" by Kathleen Norris; "Mrs. Meigs and Mr. Cunnngham" by Corbett;; "Great Aunt Lavina" by Joseph Lincoln; "White Banners" by Douglas; "Shore Excursion" by Elizabeth Yates; "The Old Ashburn Place" by Margaret Flint; "Substitute Guest" by Grace Hill; "Halfway House" by Ellery Queen; "Sue Barton—Student Nurse" by H. D. Bay la ton; "The Magnificent Hoax" by Oppenheim; "Love Comes Last" by Helen T. Miller; "Something to Remember" by E. S. Payne; "Scorpion" by Will James; and "Yang and Yin" by Alice Hobart Biography "Apache Agent" by Woodworth dum; "If This Be T' by Margaret Deland; "American Doctor's Oddessy" by Victor Heser; "And Gladly Teach" by Bliss Perry; and •Audubon" by Rourke. Historical "Let the King Beware" by Morrow; "Watertoo'' by Komroff; CHECK Your Trouble at Its Source All the nerves of the body are concentrated in the spinal column. If you are suffering from headache, eyestrain, backache, indigestion or any other ailment, consult us today and get at the source of the trouble. Dr. F. C. Scanton Chiropractor FneneMS (Appointment Only) And Right After Church When their automobiles went into a slight skid, Sunday about noon, two well known Algona men found their cars nosed Into each other, and reacting hi the usual way climbed from their machines and began the eternal argument of whose fault it was, and who was going to pay the bill. Physical combat might have resulted, except that the wives of the men also got out of the car and reminded the boys that they had just been to church, and after all it was Sunday. At last reports they made arrangements to play bridge that night and settle the matter peaceably. "Trains, Tracks and Travel" by Van Metre; and "I Write As I Please" by Walter Duranty. Travel "My Country and My People" by Tulang Linn; "Alone Across the Top of the World" by Irwin and O'Brien; "Mansions hi the Cascades" by Anne S. Monroe; and "Odyssey of the Islands" by Carl N. Taylor. Mystery "The Spider's Touch" by Williams; and "Danger in the Dark" by Eberhart Psychology "Live Alone and Like It" by Mar- jorle Hills; "Be Glad Your Neurotic" by Louis Bisch; and "How to Worry Successfully" by Seabury. Philosophy "Man the Unknown" by Alexis CarreL Dog Stories "Beowulfs—Guide Dog to Blind" by Ernest Lewis. Short Stories "Passionate Follies" by Alice H. Rice; and "Best Short Stories of 1936" by O'Brien. Civics "Citizenship of the U. S." by Sidney Kansas. Agriculture 'Rich Land, Poor Land" by Stuart Chase. Plays "Best Plays of 1935-36" by Burns Mantle. Non-Fiction "Jobs for the Perplexed" by F. E. Buck; "Co-op" by Upton Sinclair; "Book About Ships" by Scott; and "Air Conditioning" by Britt Adventure "The Man From the Norlands" by John Buchan. Algona Needs More Homes Let 1937 bring you a home of your own Lowest Interest Rates Best Possible Terms No Loan Costs I Ample Funds to Loan ' Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association C. R. LaBarre. Sec-y 306 East 8UU St Soon To Present 1937 Frigidaires To Kossuth Folks Science has scored another remarkable victory by presenting to the world a group of thrilling new features in automatic refrigeration according to R. O. Bjustrom, Frig- idaire dealer who has just retu.c- cd from the national convention sponsored by the manufacturer rf bis product Re wad one of a group of 1400 dealers and their salesmen who were present a: an all-day session at Omaha Officials of the Frijj- idairc factories rf Dayton, Ohio accompanied by .1 corps of their assistants, staged a spectacular presentation, during which new products and new sales plans for the coming year were outlined for the men comprising the field selling force. "This year", he said, "the Frig- idaire manufacturing organisation has succeeded hi doing what few of us had thought possible, and that wae to produce a product which last year was conceded by hundreds of thousands of people to be the finest refrigerator that man knew how to build. The new models will soon be on display. Standard Oil Are Big Advertisers In Newspapers Chicago, Jan. 30—More than 75 per cent of the consumer advertising campaign of Standard Oil Company of Indiana this winter 1s allotted to newspapers, Wesley X Nunn, advertising manager, announced today. Space hi the Algona Upper Des Monies and 1,600 other daily and weekly newspapers with combined circulation of 12,500,000 promotes the products of more than 23,000 Standard Oil dealers in 13 middle west states. "Because of their complete coverage and flexibility, newspapers prove especially valuable for our advertising," Nunn said. Standard in its whiter advertising campaign also uses farm papers, trade publications and outdoor advertising. The newspaper campaign advertising "one-second starting" and high mileage of the new Standard winter gasoline has a striking feature in the cartoons of George Lichty. On The "Spot" With A Camera Each week for its readers The Algona Upper Des Moines prints latest news photos of local, national, and international interest A war in Spain, a romance in Washington, crime in New York, football in Minnesota, and photos and headlines the world over are brought to our readers each week. It is the policy of this paper to bring its readers the latest news and news photos while they are news. If you like it tell your friends. WESLEY NEWS The Ernest Hutchison family was entertained at the Frank Welliks Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich, young Wesley farmers, at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Ole Flora will entertain the Priscilla Phoebe club this week on Wednesday afternoon. This is the Congregational Aid. The Catholic Daughters of America will hold the last card party of the season at the hall this week Wednesday evening. Mis. T?mil Wester suffered a heart attack Friday, and for a time was seriously sick. She is now somewhat improved. Miss Alvina Johnson, who teaches the 4th, 5th and 8th grades, spent the week end at Rodman with the family of her brother. Cart. Doctor W. 6. Muhleman, Algona, district superintendent, will pnach at the Methodist churches in Wesley and Sexton, next Sunday morning. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wingert last Saturday morning. Mrs. Anthony Johnson la nurse, and Madeline Foertsch la doing the house work. Delores, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingect, has come home from Adams, Minn., to be with and assist her grandmother, Mrs. Mike Wtngert, who is in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and Victor drove to Klemme Sunday afternoon to .see Mr. Mullln's father, F. B. Mullin, sick following a stroke suffered two weeks ago. He lives with his son, Ben. Edward Funnemark, who attends St Olaf s College, Northfleld, Minn., visited his parents, the Olaf Fun- nemarks, from last week Friday to this week Wednesday, having had a short vacation at the end of the first semester. Mrs. Paul Erdman 'entertained members of the primary gradd, on Monday, in honor of her twin son and daughter, Darrell and Carol, who were six yean old Sunday. The thridren gathered at thj Erdman home after school. Mrs. Mathilda Loebig, who now lives in town, entertained her old farm neighbors and a few other friends Sunday evening. Those present were the John and Victor Loebig families, the senior and junior John Richter families, the Carl Franzen family, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McMahon, Emma Studer and Joe Kaluga. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a carpet rag party Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Halvor Flom, St., Mrs. Edna Flora and Mrs. Bernice Vitzthum will be assistant hostesses. The Auxiliary was to meet this week Thursday evening with Mrs. Bonnstetter as hostess. At ita last meeting the society voted to spend $230 for clothing; to be sent by the welfare) chairman, Mia. Helen Johnson, to De» Motaea for the supply shell Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and family spent Sunday evening at tn* Tom St. John home. FARM For March 1st Possession March. 1st, 1937. Price $82.50 per acre. Size, 160 acres* good land. Buildings and fences, good. Location, 3 miles from Swea City. Terms—Good. See or Call Us at Once McDonald & Co. Phone 125 Algona, Iowa />>y>^/>y/X'/W^ Phone 250-W Dr. C. C SHIERK FOOT SPECIALIST PODIATRIST ORTHOPEDICS, FOOT SURGERY, ELECTRICAL THERAPY X-RAY, SURGICAL BRACES, PLATES ORTHOPEDIC CUSTOM SHOES NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION ALGONA, IOWA Over Cbristensen's Store Evenings by Appointment Hours 9-5 Flour Specials We Bought It Before thePrices Advanced AND YOU CAN SAVE THE DIFFERENCE Ib. . (Ail Flour Fully Guaranteed) VICTOR FLOUR £«f $2.00 ^ ID $1.05 FROST KING FLOUR . t£ .$1.79 Victor Farina (Cream of Wheat) , 4 Ib. bag 27c 28 oz. pkg. 17c Royal Vanilla Pudding 3 pkgs. fur 17c Tolman's High Grade Coffee 3 Ibs. 49c Opal Jell Powder all flavors, 5 pkgs. 25c Ice Creani Pwd free OXYDOL p. & a. Soap 6 bars for tmrgt 63e 21c Small Oxydol - 9e FRESH FROTTS AND VEGETABLES We Have All Kinds of Horn* Butchered Meats—The Best b Always Cheapest BEEF BY THE QUARTER Sorensen Grocery Co. Phone 138-139 Bring Us Tour Egg*

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