The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 18,1937 EfflWEftfflX WffltS PLANS FORSURPR1SE Neighbors Plotted Party Of Wesley Wesley: Neighbors who had planned an •evening surprise mtty for Xr. and Mrs. August Garnnn as put of their silver iradding observance last week Sunday, were prevented by bad weather from carrying it out at that time, and so fxMtponed it one -week. Forty i and friends attended, and •wvoo , prepared by the Carman daughters. Prodnoe Station SoU A. W. Behrends, who ran a pro- duee station in the east part of Wesley for about two years, has turned it over to James Haverly. and the name has been changed to ate Wesley Produce station. Mr. Havariy took charge Saturday, Mr. Dr. C. C. SHIERK f'rtirttff / trr:i(t-£. Tf. THE FEET Phoiw ;SO W - - . Aiacr.: </ivr (*hrt*:t<n*rr't ."V^T EAT VOUB Sunday Dinner WITH CB Full Banner Line 50c D»HT'S Sbteftfc H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all Mads Long distance hauling. Bfarjr load insured against loss or damage. Equipped t* do an kinds of draying and hauling. fflS Radio Service Satisfactory Service in Algona since 1922 EdGenrich at Bjustrom's /^fiF/to sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS v HYPERACIDITY Willards Mo _ __, DUE TO EXCESS ACID. Emteln. the marekxu Wttmvd »wt- matt wUcb fa Mntinf toute *OUL. Sold OB H day, «rtST A. H. BOBCHAIU>T j "Sharp Stomach Pains Upset My Whole System" Says E. Hentges: "I tried a $1SS fcottlc (3 wees' treatment) of Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets under your guarantee. Now the pains «re jone <u>d I eat anything."—K. W. Behrsnds has been elected Janitor of the high school In Algona. Sister 1 * Husband Dies Mrs. Charles Froelich received word Sunday that Joseph K. gutter, 70, Bloomington, Hi, husband of Mrs. JFroehlich'a eldest sister, had just died. Mr. Butter was a retired farmer. Taken to Hospital William Ward, Wesley fanner, who first had an attack of quinsy, and then remained ID and suffered from throat hemorrhages, was taken test Friday to Mercy hospital, Mason City. Name Son Franklin The son born to Mr. and Mrs. Boy Sherman last week Tuesday, iws been named Franklin Louis. Mrs. Sherman's sister, Mrs. James Gibson, Is caring for her. St. Joseph's Service Lenten services will be held at St Joseph's church every Sunday morniag, but at varying hours, because of the uncertainty of weather and roads. They followed regular services this week Sunday morniag. They will also be held Wednesday evenings at 7:80 and Friday mornings at 8 o'clock. Special Lenten services are: Sunday, The Way of the Cross, Wednesday and Friday, sermon and benediction. Regular services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday, Erma Ward, who teaches at JRvdd, spent the week end at home. The Legion Auxiliary is planning an Amateur Night, to be held some time after Easter. This is a yearly event The Vee Mullin family visited at Bmmetsburg Sunday with the family *f Mr. MuIIin's cousin, Gordon Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Root, also A. M Lease returned home last Friday from the hardware conven tion in Des Moines. The Frank Conley family, Livermore, visited 4tis mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy, Sunday. The J. T. 1 Meur- «tetted the A. M. Lemkees at Whittemore News Vee Mullin visited his father, F. B. Mttllln, at LuVerne, Saturday afternoon. The elder Mr. Mullin suffered a stroke six weeks ago, bat be has improved sufficiently to be up part of the time. Mrs. Julius Kunz received word Saturday morning that her father, John Anderson of Fowler, Colo., bad suffered a stroke, and Mrs. Kane left for Colorado at once. The Andersons once lived here. Mrs. Daisy Gleason, Utlm City. II* Who had spent about three •eks here, started home Monday. Mrs. Gleason is the late Iktrs. Guy M. Butts' only sister, and she came as soon as word was received of Mrs. Butts' serious sickness. Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeler, Iowa Falls, with Maurice and Mira, came Sunday to visit her parents, the Nathan Student, and sister, Emma. The group was to remain until Thursday, and then drive to Excelsior, Minn., to see Ed Studer. l^ter and Marie Seaberg, north of Wesley farmers, returned Saturday morning from Texas, where they had spent four or five weeks. They visited a brother and a sister at Dayton, and also visited Mrs Thora Johnson, former Wesleyan at Alamo. A group of friends and neighbors surprised Ernest Hutchison and his wife's father, Theodore Johnson, at their home Saturday evening, to honor Mr. Hutchison's birthday, which fell on Thursday, and Mr Johnson's, which was Saturday. Sards were the evening's entertainment, and the hostess served lunch. is carbon monoxide gas? Jarbon monoxide gas may be formed by burning almost any kind of fuel without enough oxygen. A very small percentage of carbon mon- «We gas to the air will cause leadache, then unconsciousness then death. The blood has a great affinity for carbon monoxide and absorbs it from the lungs instead of the oxygen which is needed to sustain life. An automobile engine running in ordinary small garage with the loors and windows closed will produce enough carbon monoxide gas to kill you in a few moments. Oarfcon monoxide gas is odorless, colorless, and very deadly. You oaanot feel it, see it, saveU it, or aste it Never run the motor of your car "moss flie garage doors and win- ton an open. deve Cavanaugh left Monday evening to attend a druggists' convention, which is held hi Des Moines this week. The R. H. Behnke family and Mrs. Lehman were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, Burt John Higgins returned to his home hi Symer, Texas, last Thursday after looking after business matters and visiting with relatives here. Helen Besch of Rochester, Minn., came home Saturday to spend the week and and to attend the silver anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bench. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helmke entertained a number of friends Sunday evening at their home. Five hundred was played and a delicious lunch was served. Clarence Sobers of Garner drove to Whittemore Monday to get Mrs. Sebers and son, Ralph. Mrs. Sebers has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth for two months. Elda Baaa entertained at six o'clock dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas, Sunday evening, Leonard Meyer, Lillian Kuecker, Roselia and Evelyn Voight Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and daughters, Phyllis and Betty Ann of LotU Creek were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Gengler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Sr. Pure Neatsfoot Clear HARNESS OIL per gallon 90c Kohlhaas & Spilles Whittemore News Mrs. Frank Rochford entertained at two tables of bridge Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Ray Burdlne, who left for her new home Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonnell, Roy and Helen Higley, Josephine Fandel and Eileen Fltzpatrick of Emmetsburg visited at Mason City with the Harve Higleys Sunday. Mrs. Leslie Norland, who la a pa* tient at the McCreery hospital, had the following Sunday callers: Father Leo McEvoy, Margaret and Basil McBvoy of Emmetsburg, Mrs. {Catherine McEvoy and ion of Algona, Mrs. Rashford of Ruthven, and Josie McEvoy of Cherokee. FREE Recipe Books JELLO 6 delicious flavors 10 n at only, 3 for 1OC and recipe book free Log Cabin Syrup Table sice .Me Medium aise Me (Joy Babcock's Buckaroo Book Free With Either Size) Calumet Baking Pwdr. Swansdown Cake Plour, pkg _ Make Meal Time Easy by Shopping in Our Meat Department WE BUY EGGS Long's FOOD SHOP Save Our Red Coupons. We Deliver 8 Times Dally GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY B«-tf YOU START FASTER T iT .: , """Pe""""*" drop to Take time for an extra cup of coffee n?" .™°™ ln ^ You Von't £ Mailed" and Lie to work-will, Skelly Aromax in the tank. Start flute" up farter. Get extra mileage^ ONLY SKEllY TAILOR-MAKES GASOLINE for Each Community SKELLY originated the tailor-making of gaiohne to fit the weather. Gumming* New Things Special Values New Rayon Taffeta Slip* Tailored tops, adjustabte straps, guaranteed seams 59c NEW— Ladies'Collar, Spring styles SPECIAL-. Brassiers Value* to MB lOc NEW— Sprnff Buttons-SHdes all sls»s and colors We NEW— Ladies' Ringless 25c NEW— Rnce-hi ringless chiffon Pure Silk Hose 59c NEW— 1937 Patterns, 46 in. OilCloth bMt quality 25c yard SPECIAL— Elastic and Panty Girdles 14 in. Large, »ed. or small 29c NEW 180 Sheet Package Cleansing Tissue 10c Hundreds of new spring House Frocks Sites 1* to 61 $ 1.00 *1.88 FRESH CANDIES Easter Eggs lOc Ib. Butter Toffy -20c Ib. Salted Peanuts .16c Ib, SPECIAL- One Lot Ladies' Rayon Slips 39c NEW Garden Gate, Eggshell Dinner Ware open stock **" pieces*'*'''' SPECIAL- 9x12 Pabco Rugs A few discontinued patterns to close out at *4.95 Regular $8.90 value Cummings

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