The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1937 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 4,1937 SEXTON CDEST, SHOWER Mrs. John Weiland Be ceives Many Useful Presents Sexton: A miscellaneous shower was held in the school house on Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. John Weiland. Mrs. Weiland was the former Leona fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitch. Mrs. Wetland received oome very beautiful tnd xttseful presents. . Moving to Irvtngton Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Killer, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton-Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Neuroth and Mr and Mrs. Verie Schmidt at * card party Friday evening. Following cards, lunch was served. Mr. ant Mrs. Cunningham will move to f farm they bought, near Irvington, tiw first of March. Lose Home in flood Mrs. Clarence Anderson received a telegram Friday morning from her parents in Indiana, saying they had tost their home hi the flood ' that morning, and were leaving for another place. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moon -were ^visitors at the W. C. Taylor home Monday. James McEnroe just recently re- Hand* Ail Rage in Bridge If 8 a great game, this business of bridge! But at last someone has done something about the player who never gets a good hand, and many an Algona bridge player is hoping for nothing in his hand higher than a nine spot The new angle Is called "getting a coke hand." Players , getting nothing higher than a \ nine may receive a carton of Coca Cola free, and reports are that quite a number have received their reward for failure to break into the face cards. In the case of such hands, the holder of same is supposed to obtain names of other play- ejs on a testimonial, give cards in each suit, and send same to the Mineral Springs Bottling Co., of Humboldt home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hart and family of Forest City were also Sunday guests a^ the Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Everett and Wilbur were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Steven home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., were also there for dinner. Mrs. Drusie Noble went to Burt Friday morning to care for a new baby girl -and her mother at the Frank Berger home. Mr. and Mrs. Berger became the proud parents of a baby girl Friday morning. They have one other child, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman attended a wedding dance in Algona Friday night, given by Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is the former Katherine Deim, Algona. E. F. Immerfall and Dan Froeh- ich, ST., spent last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Des Moines, attending a grain meeting. Mia Josephine Eisenbarth, who s employed near Irvington. spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Miss Irene Fasbender returned lome the past week from Waterloo where she had been employed and las again opened her beauty shop n her mother's store. turned from a three weeks' trip to Canada. Henry Molliette just returned from Jefferson, where he had been visiting relatives since Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, Fenton, spent Thursday at the home of Leo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and family .were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Grace Green' and family near LuVerne. Matt Barman, John Grandgen- nett and John Carroll shipped a car of cattle to Chicago Saturday night Jim McEnroe shipped three head with them and went into Chicago with the carload. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Johnson and children of Gilmore City were Sunday guests at the W. C. Taylor Pepsi-Cola Has More Friends Than Santa Glaus Burning, Gnawing Pains in Stomach Are Relieved Neutralize irritating: acids with Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets. Prevent a sore, inflamed stomach, yet eat what you want Adla gives relief or your money back.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist Change Location Of Next Union M.&D. Meeting Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will not meet with Mrs. Steinman as published, owing to the fact that Mrs. Steinman is moving, so Mrs. Geo. Boevers has kindly consented to take this meeting. The date will be Feb. 11 at the Boevers home. Mrs. Boevers will be assisted by Julia Taylor. The program scheduled follows: roll call, Patriotic quotations; Club History, Minnie Sarchett; magazine article, Norma Bailey; song, Ms/ rie Bode; instrumental solo, Clara Thompson. Mabel Tjaden will be In charge of the meeting, she being first vice president, and will act hi the absence of Mrs. J. Winkel, owing to the illness of Mr. Winkel. Do your children complain about their school work? Are they a little backward? If so, they are probably suffering from eyestrain. Eyes are your most precious possession—safeguard yours. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST (Call Theatre Bldg.) 3-5 H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tf Move to Algona The Matt and Oscar Henges families moved from the old Palmer farm to Algona Saturday. Moving March 1 The Charley Peters family were callers at the Nick Krieps home Sunday evening. The Peters family move March 1 to a farm about three miles south of Hobarton. It is a half section and is now tenanted by M. C. Worster. The house is one side of the road and the barn on the other. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and Hugh Ward, Winterset, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Brayton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden were called to Armstrong on last Friday to the home of their step-sister, who is very ill. Presley Sarchett, who has been very ill since New Year's with lumbago, is able to walk again and gel about the house. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harvey and family visited the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zanke at their home east of Burt, one day las week. Lucile Bode, Fort Dodge, Mareta Yunk, Sioux City, and Clem Cavanaugh, Lohrville, were Sunday supper guests at the Louis Bode home. Hugh Ward of Winterset, is vis iting at the home of his brother Robert Ward and may remain for a time. He has been here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe and Mrs. Garmer Ewen of Winncbago, Minn came down Monday to visit Mrs Mary Keefe and attend to business matters. They remained over night and left for Omaha early Tuesday morning. GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. CREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf St. Benedict Visitor On Way to Canada St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. A Rosenmeyer, daughter, Patsy, took the former's brother, Levi, to Ma son City Friday, where he boardec a train for his home at Yorkton Saskatchewan, Canada, after having spent the past six weeks with his mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosen meyer and other relatives. Mrs Ida Dome accompanied them to Mason City and is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Everett Stuessy and family. Union Twp. Men Enter Mayo Clinic Union: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben and Clair Winkle went to Rochester Sunday. Mr. Wibben will enter the hospital for treatment following a serious bout with rheumatic ailments. Mr. Winkle win go through the clinic. He has also been troubled with sciatic rheumatism. •. GUARANTEED CORD-WOOD SAWS 30 in. $6.00 32 in. $6.75 Plus Tax Mail Orders Filled Saw Gumming and Filing Diamond Point Saw Shop 228 & Federal Mason City, la. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Joseph Witte and Henry Seller spent Saturday at Mason City on business. Frank Grandgenett of Rolfe spent last Sunday with friends here. Frank owns and operates a pool hall at, that place. Mr. and Mrs. John Kutschara entertained their card dub last Thursday evening. A very enjoyable time was had by all. John Grandgenett, and M. N. Borman each shipped a car load of cattle to Chicago Saturday. They accompanied the shipment YOUE FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Feb. 5 and 6,1937 SERVE DELICIOUS LAMB AND BANISH MENU MONOTONY Genuine Lamb is now plentiful and is a delightful change from Beef and Pork. There'are so many ways to serve lamb. Special sprices on Genuine Lamb for this sale as follows: GENUINE LAMB LEGS lb. 22c GENUINE LAMB STEAK lb. 25c LAMB SHOULDER ROAST lb. 16c LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS lb. 18c LAMB STEW pound 7%c BEEF ROAST A Sunday Roast bought at a Council Oak Market is sure to please in every particular. Nice beef roasts for this sale at 15c and 17c per lb. SMOKED HAM A nice middle cut slice of sweet sugar cured ham at 34c per pound. The whole or half of one of these nice hams at 24c per pound. Pineapple Full ripe matched slices of Plantation Pineapple. It's most convenient to have a supply of this popular fruit on hand at all times. For this sale the No. 2 can for only 14c. Fancy Corn Superb cream style Country Gentlemen corn is the finest of the 1937 pack. You should stock up at our special price of 12c on the No. 2 can. * Robb-Ross Wheat Cereal An appetizing hot breakfast cereal. Most easily digested and economical, too. Buy several cartons at our special price of 13c per pkg. Chocolate Cookies A dainty round wafer topped with marahmal- low. Covered with dark cocoa icing. Special 2 Ibs. for 25c. Robb-Ross Cake Flour The finest Angel Food Cakes are made from this guaranteed cake flour. Now that fresh eggs are more plentiful you can use one or more packages of Robb-Ross Cake Flour at our special price of 20c. Tomatoes 15c Council Oak Coffee Carefully blended for flavor, strength and aroma. Roasted daily. Sold only in the whole berry. Ground fresh to order. The empty bags may be exchanged for fancy China Ware. Per lb., 27c or 3 Ibs. for 79c. Super-Suds £Xge... CAIII Crystal White C Giant lOp OOap Laundry 3 Bars **t

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