The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 11,1937 „ „ BEEF ROAST For those who decide on a Beef Roast for Sun- oay we have nice roasts cut from beef of the regular Council Oak quality at I5c ft17c per Ib. T FRESH PORK ROAST If this is your Sunday for a fine juicy Pork Roast they may be purchased at Council Oak at I7c and 22c per pound. FRESH PORK STEAK Ib. 25c FRESH BEEP TO BOIL . . . Ib. lie PURE LARD .... B Ib. carton 28c BEEF STEAK Round and Sirloin Steak for this sale at 23c per Ib. We cut as directed to fry, boil, swiss or to bake in the oven. Pears Morning Light Pears are Genuine Northern Bartietts packed in their own juice. At our special price of 44c on the No. 10 can, there is economy in buying several cans to repack in jars to use as needed. ' Tomatoes Meaty, red ripe hand picked tomatoes of superior flavor. Stock your fruit cellar at the sale price. Regular No. 2 cans for 8c. Dill Pickles Fancy crisp pickles with a real dill flavor. Gedney "cure and pack". For this sale the big quart jar for 16c. ' Cocoanut Taffy Bars Small, crisp vanilla flavored cooky, filled with Macaroon cocoanut. On Saturday these fresh baked cookies at a special price of 2 Ibs. for 26c. Corn Meal White and yellow meal for corn bread, muffins and mush. The speial price of 19c on the 5-lb. bag permits its use for baby chick feed. Our "Red Ba,g" Coffee It is "Always Fresh". Boasted daily in our own plant and ground as you like it. The favorite coffee in thousands of homes. Try it at our Every Day Low price of 19c per pound or 3 pounds for 66c. Matches 32..X 6 — 17c Super-Suds i^^ 16c 2 E.- 13c A Store Full We now have the greatest line of Men's and Boys' Work Shoes that we ever had the pleasure of offering our customers. The Sheboygan Double Retan barnyard shoe made with a flexible Goodyear welt sole is a real value at 2.45. Our Freedman Welt Shoe has no equal for wear and comfort at $2.78. Our Diamond brand work shoes made by Peters are bargains at $L75. We also carry a work shoe lined and made on a dress shoe last with an air cushion arch support. This Is a wonderful corrective shoe and a blessing to any man with foot trouble. We have this shoe in plain toe or Up toe, all sizes and widths from B to EEE. These shoes were all bought at old prices and will be easy on your feet and your pocket book. When you buy them at Neville's you own them for less than you can buy the same shoes any where else. We are happy to inform our customers that we are once more stocking H. 4 M. ladies' fine slippers. For fit, wear and comfort they bring more repeat business than any line of shoes we ever handled. These together with Patricia Pat, Velvet Step and the Lloyd line puts us in fine shape for Easter business. It gives you four top lines to pick your Easter Shoes from. Every pair new 1937 models, all bought at old prices and will be sold as we always have sold them at $2.08. Any pair in these four lines, any size from 4 to 9. any width from AAA to EEE at $2.98. In big girls' sport oxfords we are offering a sensational bargain just now. Genuine welts in black, brown and combination of colors, fancy styles, sizes 3 to 8, at $1.98. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN ^gjfgjjggg^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m GLASS Auto Gla*» Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY OF FENTON GIRL, SOON TO MARRY Mock Wedding Feature of Party at M. E. Church Parlor Fenton: Luella Kohfetedt of Henry, Illinois, a former Fenton girl was honored at a post nuptial miscellaneous shower on Friday afternoon at the M. E. church parlor. The program opened with a duet by Rachel and Helena Welsbrod sing- Ing "The Wedding of the Painted Doll", accompanied at the piano by their mother, Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod. A mock wedding was then presented with Mrs. Milton Weisbrod, as the bride, Mrs. Shelby Welsbrod as the groom, Mrs. J. T. Snyder as the ring bearer and the Mrs. Art Voigt the flower girl. Miss Kohlstedt was presented with a number of beautiful gifts and $15 to be applied to a set of Sterling silverware which was started by the home department of the farm bureau by which she was employed. Hostesses were relatives of Miss Kohlstedt, who served an attractive luncheon. Miss Kohlstedt will become the bride of Floyd Holmes of Henry, 111., soon. Expected Home Mr. and Mrs. John Newel and Mrs. Kate Newel are expected home this week, having spent the past two months in Palestine. Texas, with the former's sons-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively. Attend Stove Meeting Raymond and Wilfred Stoeber< went to Cedar Rapids Sunday an on Monday and Tuesday attended stove demonstration. Mrs. Ray mond Stoeber accompanied them c far as Kiemme to visit her mothe. Mrs. Chas. Bassett and sister, Mrs Lewis Reed. Home on Week End Virginia Frank, June Weisbrod Ardis Voigt and Viola Muelle students at the State Teachers' Col lege at Cedar Falls, spent from Friday evening to Monday at thel parental homes. The girls were en joying a two day vacation betwee semesters. Under Quarantine The Walter Fisher home was pu under quarantine last week. Th year old twin daughter has the dls ease. Mrs. Fisher was the forme Mildred Jensvold. Bridge Club Hosts Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz en tertained their bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Walter Ohm won the high prize. Dr. Ruske won a prize for making the highest •core In any one hand and Dr. J A. Mueller won the low prize. Missionary Th* Woman'* Foreign Muwlooary gusst day was bald Thursday March 4th. Devotions oCMn. •OBI* were "Send the Light" an. "I Gave My Life for Thee." A business meeting was held. The program leader was Mrs. J. A. fluel Her. Stewardship ritual was giv en by Mrs. J. A. Mueller and the officers. Negro spirituals were suni by Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Milton Welsbrod Mrs. Elmer Welsbrod, accompanlet at the piano by Mrs. B. K. Bahn con. A play, "Diamond In the Rough" was given by members of W. F. M. a A covered dish luncheon was served after the program. Reuben Leudtke was a week end visitor In Des Moines. Mrs. Ed Weisbrod spent Monday with relatives in Kiemme. Frances Bailey of Britt spent the week end with her father, Frank Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyers and family of Corwith spent Sunday at the R. L. Padgetts. Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mary Ann and Marjorie Johnson were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Lyle and Lavonne were Sunday dinner guests at the E. J. Franks. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and family of Armstrong spent Sunday at the Frank Bailey home. Will Donahoe, Jr., spent the week end at Davenport visiting Mrs. Donahoe and daughter, Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Cari Kern and family spent Sunday with their son, Melvin and family at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and daughters and Esther Larson were Mason City shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Leight returned Saturday from a three months vacation in California. H • ! MInwa* p»B»Iralu aod b«cam*i part of lh« wood—JM»* a wipe r»n«wi Id* Onitfc. It's true . . . this wonder-' ful, complete floor finish stain* and waxes ... it penetrates deep into the wood—preserves the fibre, give* a beautiful finish. Then an occasional wiping keeps floors permanently food-looking. MINWAX K. S, Cowan Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber went to Swea City Saturday to visit her parents, the Norman Andersons. Lydla and Erick Seegebarth of Lotts Creek were Sunday evening visitors at the Maurice Wallace home. Mr. and Mra. LeRoy Newel and family of Hartley and Eunice Johnson were entertained at the G. B. Johnsons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann left Monday for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Wehrspann will go through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Carl Nielsen of Graettinger came Monday to help her sister, Mrs. John Fuhr get ready for the Fuhr farm sale this week. Dr. Lau, who has been assisting Dr. J. T. Waite for the past year in the veterinary practice, left last week for his home at Paullina. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and twin daughters and Will Holldorf of Ceylon, Minn., spent Sunday at the Wilbur Holldorf and Robert Kyhl homes. The Ed Dehnert family of Lu- Verne and the E. K. Johnsons nnd daughter, Marjorie, were Sunday evening, dinner guests at the F. H. Bohn home. Nettie Weisbrod and Olivia Kressin spent the week end with the latter's sister. Mathilda, at Lake Wills. Mathilda Kressin is primary teacher there. Mrs. Mary Gibbons. Mrs, E. A. Welsbrod and Mrs. Will Relmer of Whittemore attended the missionary guests day meeting at the M. E. church Thursday. Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and her daughters. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrs. J, T. Snyder and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch visited Mrs. Art Rave in Ringsted Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert of Whittemore were entertained at the Dr. Ruske home Sunday. Mrs. Emma Ruske accompanied them home for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Ebert is a niece of Mrs. Emma Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener, son Marlin and daughter. Lorraine were entertained at the Henry Wegener home in Algona Sunday. Enroute home that evening the Wegeners visited at the Ed Priebe home. Mr. and Mn. Geo. Seims and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wehr- spann, Mr. and Mrs. Hlldreth Pettit and son, Ranny and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman spent Sunday at Mn. Katie Hantelmans. Mrs. Geo. Bolte entertained at a quilting party on last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mn. John Schallin and daughter, Marie, Mrs. William Boettcher and Mn. Raymond Gremmels and Mn. Geo. GremmeU. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of David Denker, grandson of Mr. and Mn. W. J. Welsbrod and son of Mr. and Mn. Hugo Denker were Herbert Denker of Rock Rapids and Walter Drakw of Lester, Iowa. Mrs. OSOTB* Bolte entertained h*r New Subscriber*, Renewals, 2 Weeks en, Mrs. Walter Ohm. Mrs. Alvtn Zumach. Mrs. Art Krause. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mn. Everett Dreyer and Mn. Ed Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerlck of Alta, spent the week end at the parental L. J. Welsbrod home. On Sunday a family dinner was given at the Weisbrods and attending were the Elerlcks and Alfred Meyers family and Miss Nettie Weisbrod. Mrs. Frank Eigler. Mn. H. C. Llndsey, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Frances Lakln, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and daughter, Ruth Ellen attended a tea at the Finnel home in Vhittemore, Friday afternoon. The ea was given by Mn. 'E. A. Wels- brod's division of the M. E. Aid society. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and their daughter, Betty Jean, attended a ilrthday dinner party at the Mrs. .flnnie Stork home in Des Moines lunday in honor of Mrs. Laage. ames Schwartz of Ames and Edith -aage and Mary Wllberg of Des Moines also attended. Four new subscribers to The Algona Upper Des Moines. and 35 renewals, were handled In our office from last Monday until last Saturday. Changes of address are requested immediately, so that no subscribers who are moving will miss their papers. New Subscribers Mike Loss, Algona. Theo. Mueller. Fenton. Mrs. Bridget Blum, Minneapolis. Rachel Becker, Burt. H. A. Warmbler, LuVerne. H. J. Gels, LuVerne. Harold Nielsen. LuVerne. C. B. Huff. LuVerne. Alex Miller. LuVerne. Chas. Darby. LuVerne. Frank Youngwirth. LuVerne. Askel Nielson, LuVerne. Wm. Miller. LuVerne. Bernrad Wolfe. LuVerne. Dr. H. D. Meyer. LuVerne. E. B. 'fhomas. "-uVerne. W. S. Hunt. LuVcrn- Kdw. Germann. LuVerne. James 'r. Nyman, Bancroft. Lyle Johnson. Ft. Madison. Frank Van DorsUn. Armstrong. W. C. Olthoff, Lakota. A. Butterfleld. Algona. rt. 2. Rachel Becker, Burt. Renewals Harm Wibben, Titonka. Wm. C. Dau. Algona. W. A. Foster, Algona. Bellinger Bros., Wesley. C. E. Priebe, Algona. rt. 2. Louis Schneider. West Bend. Mrs. Peter Raddlng. Whittemore. Jake Godden, Algona. O. P. McDonald, Burt. Will Christensen. Fenton. E. H. Mueller, Fenton. W. T. Kennedy, Burt. D. J. Buss. Algona. Robert Keefe, Burt. Ray S. McWhorter, Burt. Edw. Priebe. Fenton. Herman Dau, Burt. Harvey Johnson, St. Benedict. Jake Schubert, Corwith. Edw. Capesius, Algona. Roy Richardson. Algona. John Altman, Llvermore. P. J. Christensen, Algona. Peter Reding, Bode. Adolph Mikes, West Bend. Arthur Leason, Burt. Nick Huberty, Whittemore. Robt. Dransfeldt, Bancroft. H. T. Blumer, Titonka. J. D. Breen, Titonka. B. E. Norton, Algona. B. Penning, Buffalo Center. Lizzie Hohn, Algona. G. F. Aman, Sexton. V. J. Gross, Lone Rock. Ben Dorr, St. Benedict. Max Feretl. St. Benedict John M. Wltte, St. Benedict. John Kellner, St Benedict. Nick Arndorfer, St. Benedict. Art Hof, LuVerne. Clarence Krause, LuVerna. Ambrose Lichtelg, LuVerne. H. D. Ristau. LuVerne. C. E. Kollasch. LuVerne. Geo. W. Frantz. LuVerne. Paul Stahl. LuVerne. Reinhard Lieb. F. A. Bankston. Algona. John Kuchenreuther. Burt. Mrs. J. A. Hendricks, Garnett, Kansas. W. Z. Miller. Sexton. Lewis HARK. Algona. H. R. Cowan, Algona. W. F. Leland. Swea City. Peter Halsrud, Algona. rt. 1. W. H. Lacy, Algona. G. J. Schultz, Lone Rock. W. A. Fisher. Wesley. Harold Brandow, Algona. rt 1. Frank Hilbert, Livermore. Richard Anderson, Swea City. Alfred Pearson. Swea City. E. J. Gilmore. Algona. M. A. Burtis. Algona. rt. 1. Wm. Weis. Algona. Mrs. Herman Kollasch. Whittemore. Rev. P. M. Dobberstein. West Bend. Thos. Metcalf, Algona, rt» 1. Carrie Durant. Algona. Henry IDouglas. Algona. C. A. Mollne. Swea City. W. E. Carlson, Swea City N. S. Jensen. Algona. R. B. Chambers. West Bend. Chris Meyer. Whittemore. Mike Stripling. LuVerne. W. H. Wehrspann. Ottosen. Theresa Steflug, Lone Rock. Chas. Scott. Burt. Stanley Keith, Burt. Sam Warner. Fenton. Henry Bunkofske, Algona. T. A. Larson, Burt. J. N. Willger. LuVerne. Fred Bentele, Britt. O. H. Engstrom. Elmore. R. W. Lindhorst, Wesley. Noah Relsner, Algona. rt. 2. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, Algona. Matt Becker, Burt. W. Z. Miller. Bode. Louise Magnusson, A'gona. N. H. Raskopf. St. Benedict. Harry Haase. Fenton. L. W. McMurray, Algona. MARTIN BROODERS Safe - Economical Dependable FEATURES: Grey Cast Iron Burner Plate Copper Feed Pipe—tank to regulator Heavy Steel Stove Drum Automatic Draft Equalizer Regular Valve allows visible free flow of oil Flame Spreader 12 Gallon Fuel Tank Brooder Stove with Pipe $16.00 Kohlhaas & Spilles HOUSES FOR SALE: A* I wish to »• t* Seattle thla tan wife «j» sister, I wffi M> 6 room modern house All oak finishing. Breakfast room. Garage. Clo»e in. A bargain. '7 room house Modem, except furnace. Oar- age. Three loU, priced for quick sale. Acreage CIOM In. IV, acrea. Sewer and water. Block north of East State St. Priced to *e!L Good building lot ! Close In. East State. St. A Bargain. Tilla McCall ww.v.ww 9-10 ENJOY 33 SUMMER In Winter It's a Problem of KEEPING WARM! But In Summer It's KEEPING COOL! The Handwriting is on the Wall. Business men know the public want, and will continue to want, summer shopping comfort. We are district ditioning unifadaptable to a large or small business, at low cost. Let us tell you more. AND IT IS POSSIBLE FOR ANY FIRM TO HAVE INEXPENSIVE AND ADEQUATE, AIR CONDITIONING DONE BY A KOSSUTH FIRM. James Distributing Company T&l* 4*M a» fffS. A 1 -. — 1T—. Phone 75 Algona, Iowa. $nipitt Burt News $yi(p%^^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman and daughter, Esther, Irvington, were Sunday supper guests at the E. C. Bierstedt home. A group of Conservation League members hauled rock for the dam hat is being installed near the Stanley Keith farm Sunday. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, pent Sunday at the Paul Moore lome. It was Pauline Moore and Roberta Schmidt's birthdays. Mrs. Paul Macauley and son, Jonald. and Marie Grover were uests of Mrs. Wallace at the mat- nee in Algona Friday afternoon. The Earl Reeds and Nellie Ward isited Sunday at the Walter Ward ome in Corwith. Walter Ward is brother of Mrs. Reed and Nellie rVard. Leo Vinaas, who has be,en con- ected with an electric company at "eneva, III., has moved to Mason ?ity and on Monday opened up a lop there. Charlotte Warrior spent the week nd at Mason with her friend, An- Overgaard, a former Burt teach- r, who now teaches at the Hamil- on business college. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede took a rip to Humboldt and several other oints Sunday and had supper with [r. Wrede's parents, the Rev. and ifrs. Wrede at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent unday at Emmetsburg visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Kenneth May. Mr May now working in Pocahontas, but ley have been unable to secure a oust: there. Mrs. Ralph Roberts returned on Wednesday from Stickney, South Dakota, where she had been called by the death of a relatives. A sister, Mrs. Larsen and her husband and son brought her home. Mrs. Win. Rachut, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rachut and family. Manly, and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Hilyard and family, Corwith, were Sunday visitors at the H. E. Rachut home. Mrs. Wm. Rachut la Mr. Rachut'* mother and E. A. Rachut is bis brother. Have You Grown Tired of the Color Scheme in Your Kitchen or Bedrooms? Then try doing the? whole thing over this .spring with Devoc Paints --Walls, Wood Work, and all the furniture. Come in and look over our color combination charts which give unlimited suggestions. Perhaps you will want some new cupboards or shelves built first. Just give us an idea what you have in mind and we'll help you make it a reality. Ask for It by Name - DEVOES Employ A Reputable Painter- Specify Devoe's Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 266 *•••! Ji m Pool •••••B

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