The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 18,1937 jvwwy VII FOR SALE 6 room modern house with breakfast room. Garage- dose in. 7 room partly modern house with garage and Slots. In good shape. At a bargain. : Good building lot E. State St 8 lots E. of Kennedy 4k Parsons, cheap. < ! Beam fer selling, I expect 1 i to mater «ny bmae in Seattle. lllUM Tills McCall S21 E. State St 7-8 spEcmu For Fi L L Sat. ALUMINUM TEAKETTLE Aluminum feuw fm S*t lqt,S *.,«*> qt lilts. R«89* BREAD TINS Pull size- rolled edm. Special once. All Met*]. Easy to operate. Sale Pric* BANCROFT PLAYS OFFERED MONDAY 3 Presentations Please Large Crowd at St. John's Auditorium Bancroft: A good-sized crowd attended the program in St. John's auditorium Monday evening, to •ee the play "Signing Off" and a aecond play, "Does Mr. Jones Live Here.'" In the cast of characters of the first play were Miraldo and Laurence Schiltz, Aloysius Dudding, Romuald Welp, and a group of children in a polka. Taking parts in the second play were Robert Foth, Betty Baker, Raymond McCarthy and Aloyuiuo Dudding and Mary Catherine Droessler, the latter in a tap dance. A third play. "Elmer", _was presented by Cyril Stauder. Jean Kinsey, Marina Bettering, Viola Hutchinson, Agnes Schemmel, Evelyn Welp, Donnafay Merron, Norman Kohnkc and Joseph Merrill. Mrs. Hubert Hood spent Friday in Humboldt Mrs. Ray McNeilly, Algona, is visiting at the Dr. Egan home. Arthur Welp returned from Rochester where he spent several days, Saturday. MM. Fred Thies left Sunday for a few weeks' visit with relatives and friends in California. The W. W. G. girls had a shower for Veronica Cowing at the Flor- lan Hunt home Monday evening. Lieutenant and Mrs. Wayne returned from Des Moines Sunday, where they had been on a business trip. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark were dinner guest Sunday at the Armand Schuler home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Becker of Fort Dodge, and Ed Becker of Buffalo Center visited at the Mrs. Peter Becker home, Sunday. Mrs. Ida Adolphson is expected home from Minneapolis next Saturday. She has spent three weeks at the C. J. Lenander home, there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krekow drove to Cherokee Thursday to take Mr. Krekow'B mother, who has spent the last few weeks here, to her home. The Baptist Ladies' Aid will entertain for Veronica Cowing at a shower to be held in the basement of the church soon. Miss Cowing will be married to Orville Gardner of Plum Creek township, Feb. 29. GAMBLE STORES Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Agencies at Britt & Garner FARM LOANS No Gommiaaion to Fay Good Unproved Farms Only Kossuth County PROMPT SERVICE Write A. J. Berens Bancroft 6-8 Algona Needs More Homes Let 1937 bring you a home of your own Lowest interest Rates Best Possible Terms No Loan Costs Ample Funds to Loan Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association C. R LaBarre, Sec'y 206 Kast State St. ORDER COAL TODAY! V ALUE-WISE folks insist on Peerless Chem acol Processed Coal because it gives them the luxury of a cozy house in all kinds of weather at the cost of ordinary coal. Peerless coal is low in ash, high in heat value and remarkably responsive to draft control. Botsford Lumber Co. Louis Braatz* of Whittemore Have Wedding Anni'sary A surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, the occasion being their tenth wedding anniversary. The guests all brought well filled baskets. The evening was spent at cards. Among those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reinen and daughter of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strucker, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family all from here, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker and family of Fenton. Greet New Arrival Mr. and *ws. Ted Meier and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of the latter'* brother, Mr. and Mrs. Art Deitrich, at West Bend. They drove down to get acquainted with the new "Miss Deitrich", who arrived Sunday. She has been named Mar} Kathryn. Phone 256 Jim Pool Going to Lone Rock W. T. Fish has accepted a position in the Flaig implement shop at Lone Rock, and will move his family there. Mrs. Will Koehnecke of Hartley is spending this week with relatives here. Ray Geelan of Ruthven visited a few days last week at the Jas B. Geelan home. The Geo. Fangman family o Bancroft were Sunday afternoor visitors at the Joe Knecht home. Father Edward Fandel of Rem sen is spending the week with hii parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger of Fenton were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer. Mrs. Bollinger is a niece of Mrs. Meyer. The members of the A. A. L. met in the Lutheran school hall for their regular monthly social meeting and had the honor to have the district agent, J. G. Hardyk, of Algona with them. SENECA NEWS Louis Meyers of Iowa Falls spent the past several weeks at the G. Kracht home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Clem Dotson home. Alice Hoeck of Swea City spent Friday afternoon at the home of her sister. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and family spent Friday evening at the Leo Hawbaker home in Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and son. Donald were Fairmont callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Camden and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Fitzgibbons of Armstrong spent Sunday afternoon at the Mike Kennedy home. Little Robert Kennedy is on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase and family of near Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Braddock and family of near Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen of Swea City spent Sunday afternoon at the S. L. Denton home. Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these cond -_ This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not nave to go to bed or lose any Wood. Tou can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in ray office once a week. Tou are welcome to come in for examination without charges. At that time I can explain In detail my method of treament Office Hours 9-5 Evenings by Appointment Phones: Res. 541, Office 1ST DR. S. W. MEYER, D. O. General Hospital, Algona, Iowa (3 blks. So. Ford Garage) 7-10 BASKET GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials Northfield Milk, rich and creamy 3 tall cans 20c Prunes, economical breakfast fruit No. 10 cu 35c Codfish, canned, fine boneless meat __1 lb tin 25c Tomatoes, vine ripened 3 Ige cans 25c Libby's Red Salmon excell. flavor 1 lb tall can 21c Red Sour Pitted Cherries large can 15c Salmon 2 tall cans 25c This is canned Salmon Week. Eat more salmon. The greatest food from the sea. Pure Cane Syrup, it's a treat ._ Yt gal 33c Blkberries, economical, practical fruit 2 Ig ens 25c Rich Cup Coffee 1 lb. 18c; 3 Ibs. 51c A smooth delicious coffee at an unusual price. Dog Food, "Pard" 3 cans 25c Mary Ann Flour 49 Ibs. $2.09 Golden Dawn Flour 49 Ibs. $1.89 Excello, guaranteed flour 24*4 Ibs 89c, 49 Ibs 1.59 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH AND CUBED MEATS BASKET GROCERY HOME When God created man about the first thing He did was to place him in a home, "The Garden of Eden." The next thing was to get him a wife. Ever since then, all down the centuries home has been the most sacred Institution of all nations. In fact home is the foundation of any government The other day I was advising a newly married couple to buy a home. The bride answered me by saying, "What do I want of a home, I was born in a hospital, reared in a boarding school, educated in a college, courted in an automobile, and married in a justice office. I get my meala at a cafeteria, spend my mornings playing golf, my afternoons playing bridge. When I die I shall be buried from the undertaken so all I see that I need is a garage with a bed room in it" Well, if they won't stay at home the next best thing and the nearest like home is Neville's store. We do try to make it home like and comfortable for our customers. That is one reason I ballt a rest room for women and children in the new part We also have the largest stock of shoes, hosiery and furnishings wo ever carried. Ml standard, first quality merchandise and at prices that you can afford to pay. Just received 120 dozen of the new Gold Stripe full fashioned silk hone. They are the regular JLOO kind. Our price on them is Me. Men's new oxfords, all leather, in welts, $L98, $1.48, $&M and $135. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN BKBjeieoBoececMaaoaoaaeaaeaaaaaaBoaoaiKCBeBGBeai,

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