The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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Cummings For Good Candy Easter Candies Jelly Eggs lOc Ib. Marahmallow Eggs 15c Ib. Ghocolate Cream Eggs 16c Ib. Name Eggs Decorated with any name you want * 5c each Filled Easter B 5cto25c Jts Bunte Chocolate Pudding Rabbits 5 for 5c Pure Milk Chocolate Babbits, Eggs, Chicks Ic each Cummings The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 11,1937 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts spent the week end at Troy. R. O. Bjustrom and P. A. Danes attended a sales meeting at Sioux City, Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Trenary of Corwith was the guest of Mrs. Orville Elkins Wednesday. Mrs. George Elbert and Mrs. Dennis Goeders spent Wednesday in Des Moines. Mrs. L. 3. Peterson and two sons of Swea City were visitors at the S. D. Wilson home, Sunday. Dan McCarty and two daughters of Graettinger were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr*. John Stell Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Stassen at Faribault, Minnesota, for two weeks. Duane Jensen of Des Moines spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jensen. Gertrude Elchenberger plans to attend the beauticians' convention n Des Molnes, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The past matrons of the Eastern Star met at the Masonic Temple, Thursday afternoon and worked on their quilt. Ella Voigt of Whlttemore and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Rolfe visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson. John Linnan of Maurice, Iowa, was a guest of his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. 3. Becker and son, Billy, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Becker's sister, Mrs. J. L. Haverly at Wesley. Catherine McCall of Des Molnes will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Catherine is employed by a commercial college at Des Molnes. Cummings 1937 Newest BLOUSES $1.00 The kind that you would expect to pay at least $1.95 for. Plain color crepe, satin stripes, Hankey lawn, dozens of other styles. Sizes 34 to 40. Newest Wee Tote DRESSES Sizes 1 to 6. Voiles, Batistes, and 39c, 49c, S9c, $1 New Frill Rayon V * ';• 'v 4 'j •;. 'SflrsriUt •>••< rtatsi- Sprlng 193T styles and colon ^. -^ „ kJK'i Striped Kayon GOWNS 59c Sizes 16 to 17 Children's Stardust Rayon PANTIES 20c Sizes 2 to 12 Collar and Cuff SETS A special collection of new snappy styles. Organdy, Pique and lace trims. Frilly and tailored styles. V-neck line, round, hand crocheted, all kinds. 25c — 49c _ New Spring Print KERCHIEFS Beautiful colorful pastels and prints 5c— lOc New — .kin HaU All Genuine L*dy Byrd style Floray—Brtui*i«r Top Sagproof Slips $1.00 The biggest slip value ever offered New Spring GLOVES All colors and sizes 49c, 59c, 69c Cummings Mrs, J. O. F. Price, Mrs. Howard Brechtblll, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and Miss Minnie Coate spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs, PMIBp Puffer of Corwith were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillesple. The two women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp of Lake Mills visited their respective parents, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, and Mrs. Nlta Isaacson, here Tuesday. L. E. Ashhnd at Clear Lake, who owns the Basket grocery, managed by Mr. Plopper, was in Algona on Monday looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stokes and Mrs. Maude L. Free drove to Garner Sunday to visit the latter's son and wtfe, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Tl- tonka were guests Monday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, and of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising. IWta Dootey, private secretary to Bob Haultman of the Old Age Assistance Commission In Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green will return to their home in St. Cloud, Minnesota, Monday .after a three weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Mary Frankl. Mrs. S. D. Wilson is again confined to her home and Is seriously ill with complications following the flu, and a case of neuritis. She has been ill since the first of the year. Mary Kaln, R. N., who has been on duty in a Rochester hospital, arrived here Thursday and Is enjoying a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. John Kain and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Thababen and daughter, Marlovene of Fort Dodge were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Glllespie. Mrs. Thababen is a niece of the Glllespies. Mrs. Earl Traul of Ottumwa arrived In Algona Tuesday evening for a week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp. Mrs. Traul was Arlene Kapp before her recent marriage. Melbourne nlansmlth of Burt spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie. Mrs. Gilles- ple took him home Tuesday and spent the day at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith. Dr. & W. Meyer will leave for Minneapolis today (Thursday) to be «one until Sunday. He will attend a two-day special course at the Humbert Shaw clinic in the Masonic building, Friday and Saturday. A Tender Steak Nothing more satisfying than » nteir ISMS- steak from 6ur meet department , li Spring Bev«rag*8 Garden Seeds Shrimp Salmon Codfish Sardines Tuna Mushrooms Spiced Herring Stokley Canned Vegetables Fresh Fruits & Vegetables LOWS 5 Phones 214-215 FREEMAN'S SHOES'« MEN now presented in correct new styles for Spring wear! THE FINEST SHOES $ 5 CAN BUY! You'll enjoy real comfort when you wear these fine shoes Presented in black and tan leathers and genuine Bucko in brown or grey —grey calfskins and luggage tan. The HUB Clothiers LEDTHOLIX-WIIXIAMS—REYNOLDS The Jampfl Drnir store Is being remodeled this week. Mr. and Airs. Chet Williams will go to Mason City Sunday to visit Chefs parents. Gall PetHt returned Tuesday from a week's business trip to Des Molnes and Clinton. Mr. Mid Mrs. Louis Lynk spent Sunday at Minnesota Lake visiting Mrs. Lynk's brother. Bill Dftiley of Des Molnes spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Mrs. Gordon Ogg has been 111 at her home for the past few days with some sort of food poisoning. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and Mrs. Julia Benson were in Mason City Sunday visiting at the home of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts and Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart drove to Fort Dodge Sunday and visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. VV. A. Barry spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Des Moines as guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith. Oall Potter returned Sunday afternoon from Council Bluffs where she had been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Francis Lonergan for a week. Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. Milton Norton, Mrs. Jerry Stillman, Mrs. Eugene Schemel and Mrs. Leona Faikenhainer spent Monday at Mason City. Harris Gllpln, night clerk at the Hotel Algona, spent Friday and Saturday in Mason City visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gilpin. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Fort Dodge spent Sunday visiting at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Sadie Cavanaugh and with Mrs. Walter Good. Mrs. EUiabeth Morgan of Graettinger arrived Sunday for a few weeks' visit with her daughters, Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. Dick Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman will return to Algona, March 16. They have been at Beverly Hills, California, visiting their son, Richard, during the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Byno of Fort Dodge drove to Algona Friday to attend the last rtes for John Moulds and visited Mrs. Ryno's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. H. Coleman Is recuperating In the hospital at Iowa City and will soon be able to return to his home. He underwent an operation at Iowa City March 3 for a gland tumor. The Presbyterian women postponed their public supper planned for Tuesday, March 16, until Saturday, March 20. The supper will be served in the church basement. Mr. and Mm. Albert Orootera, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle, Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber of LuVerne were guests Friday night at the John Weber home at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. George Henelejr ol Humboldt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hllsteadt, Friday. Mr. Heneley is employed by the Iowa Highway Commission, and is now on his vacation.. Mir. and Mrs. A. B. McCall of Kenosha, Wisconsin, spent Thursday and Friday as guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlerk. Mrs. McCall is Mrs. tntftrk-s Mrs. McCaU west coast Mrs. S. A. Bunting. Mrs. E. W Anderson and Mrs. Walter E. Roberta attended the Drake University band concert at Humboldt Tuesday afternoon. Anna Rose Bass, a sister of Mrs. Roberts, is a member of the band. Mrs. Herman Schoonmaker is spending the week with her daugh ter, Mrs. Edward Ostrum. Mrs. Schoonmaker'g home is at Sanborn, and after her visit at Algona she will go to Minneapolis to visit her husband's people. Betty Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, is slowly improving at Nashville, Tennessee, after an emergency operation for appendicitis. The incision was again opened, Saturday, and Mrs. Murtagh is still with her daughter. Mrs. L. E. Potter drove to Fort Dodge Sunday where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ray Miner, and her son, Delbert Potter. Mrs. Delbert Potter recently broke an ankle when she slipped on a piece of ice and fell, while getting out of a car. Mrs. H. E. Watts of Clear Lake, and Mrs. J. 8. Atkinson of Emmetsburg will meet at the home of Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Friday, for a committee meeting. They will make out a program for a district meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church which will be held at Emmetsburg, April 23. Dr. and Mr*. R. K. Rlehardxim of Emmetsburg were guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson will move to Wesley. Sunday, and the doctor will begin practice In offices in the post office building there. Arlenc Sonnerholm spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm of Crystal Lake. Arlene is taking care of her sister, Mrs. Holman Anderson, who is still on crutches. She was injured in a sleigh accident last winter. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jennett of Hartford, South Dakota, spent the week end with his sister. Mrs. Frank Esser. They were enroute to Decatur, 111., where they will locate and go Into business. They recently held a farm sale and sold out in Dakota. Dean McCrary and Edna McGor- ern of Des Moines were married on Saturday evening by Rev. J. H. Edge. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements. The young couple spent.the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clements before returning to Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Holnstlon of Warren. Minnesota, arrived' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E: W. Hansen Monday, on their return from a Florida vacation. Other house guests of the Hansens were Mrs. Robert E. Green and daughter of 3t. Paul, who arrived Thursday. The guests all returned to their homes Wednesday. Dr. P. V. Janse Has purchased a complete air-conditioning unit from the James Distributing Co., of Algona. The new air--conditfoner is constructed so that it is thermostatically controlled; and can be operated in winter ar weir as-summer. He will Install it in Ms office In about two weeks, In- time to ward off the first thrusts of a hot summer. Mrs.. Ida. @udtrtan, who underwent a major operation at the Lutheran hospital at Minneapolis several weeks ago, will go to Wlnona Wednesday to be with her daughter, Gertrude, who is a registered nurse. Mrs. Gtoterian was taken sick while visiting at the home of her son-. Mlto, in Minneapolis. Her many friends will be glad to hear of her Improvement. . Boh SeDstrom, who Is a student at the Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, Minnesota, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom. He returned with Lloyd Pratt, who Is taking a course In etectrical refrigeration at the Dunwoody Institute at Minneapolis, and who had spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. The two troups of Girl Scouts In Algona have not been reorganized this year. A scout from each troup, Barbara Haggard and Maxlne Rot** Ison, called a meeting of the girls to decide the problem of what to do with the money, $8.32 deposited IOWA Watch the Programs .Grow! v. ,. 1 ' <£' W >4»S*?i?-* 'iiu,*-V 2 Features 21c Sunday and 3 Days A 4-Star Production! TM A WOMAN WITH KIDS AND A HOME TO FIGHT FOR" She talked Daring the lash and bullets. AMERICA MENACED! ....BY A GROUP/ OF CRUEL . MURDERERS)' 2D HIT FEATURE Herbert Marshall Anne Shirley "MAKE WAY FOR A LADY" The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock in our gales. We will handle anything you have to sell at our pavilion in Algona. Saturday, Mar. 15 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK We will have all kinds of live stock for our Saturday Sale including; all kinds of mixed* loU of cattle. Also 20 head of Short Horn young cattle and gome good milk cows, •beep, pigs, and brood sows. Our sales are well advertised and the buyers are coining from a good distance. Try our auction an we veil just on a consign baste. Bring in vaccination certificate*. We had SO head of good liorses last Saturday and sold 27 head out of the SO bead, and we expect about that many more tor thin coming Saturday ranging from colt*, brood mares and good matched teams. Bring them early as we sell as numbered in, so get in with your good horses. NOTICE—I have a load of Massey Harris machinery in this week and expect more next week. We expect to have anything that you want in the machine or harness line. Come U» any time and see our good line of stuff. We deal in new and used machinery. AlUs-Chalmeni Tractor* and the Masaey-Harris line of machinery. We will trade for anything you have. See us before you deal. I have the good line of Paul Nickle & Son harness In stock at my sale pavilion. This sale must start early. Will start on stock at 1:30 Also the usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. TERMS—Cash. No property removed uuttl settled for. Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 71 WE HAVE A LUNCH BOOM O» RIDDLE 0 ? 6 " 4 * 0 ' and Auctioneer VrWMWWWWWWWWWWVWWyVWVftft^ tn the bank. By a unanimous decision Barbara and Maxlne trneud Islon Barbara and Maxino turned the money over to Antoinette Bonn- setter to be used in relief work in Atgona. Fenton Boy Is Now Convalescing Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cuahmnn and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moon of Cylinder, Mrs. Ben Klatt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller. Gerhart Klatt, Maynard and Clifford Mueller and the Louis Mueller family visited the latter's son, Arthur at the Kossuth hospital last week. Arthur was operated on a week ago for adhesions and was brought home Monday. Mrs. Mueller spent the week at the hospital with her son and he ia convalescing nicely. Old Irvington Girl Dies at Vancouver John Wheelock of the postoffice force*, has received word of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Rolla Bush in Vancouver, Washington, which occurred New Years. Mrs. Bush, was Nettie Wheelock, the youngest one of the family, and her husband, now dead, was the son of n pioneer Irvington family, as well. They moved west perhaps forty-five years ago. Mrs. Bush leaves three children living In the vicinity of Vancouver. Mrs. Estella Wright, now 86 years of age. lives in Portland. Oregon. Her husband, Robert Wright, son of Joseph Wright, one of the earliest settlers of Irvington, has been dead for a number of years. Every Bird in the Breeding Flocks Is Tested for B. W. D. Proper blood testing is-an essential safeguard in the eonrol of pollomm disease in poultry. Consequently, every Swift breeding Rock is given the rapid antigen whole blood test and all reactors are removed at once to prevent the disease from being transmitted to the baby ehieks. Swift's Ha by Chieks are carefully protected. ORDER YOUR SWIFT'S BABT CHICKS NOW! Swift (SL Company ALGONA, IOWA llJont flrk Bnii^q SoH/xltod^^ Just Imagine... a gtnuln* PYREX Custard ar E0a Cup 'absolutely FREE with each package of leAJfeaqMBt Special Friday and Saturday JUICY TEXAS ORANGES large 2 doz. 490 FIRM, MRS B*tr» quality •* OH» new radoeed prim. LARGE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT doz 290 GREEN TOP CARROTS 2 bunches 15c Saturday Meat Specials SHORT RIBS Ib. lOc CUDAHY EASTER HAMS 25c SWIFTS PREMIUM FRANKFORTS 15c PORK CUTLETS 20c BEEF ROASTS 15c Red "A" COFFEE 18c 3 Ibs. 53c Vun Camps Pork - Beans Mi-d. 5 cans 29c Quick or OATS 48 oz. pg. 1 7c Wilson's Certified iiliced BACON i-lb. pkg. 19c CORN STARCH 2 for 19c PRUNES 2 Ibs. 21c CAROL 8 ox. 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