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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 North East * Kossuth REMODEL FAM HOMEATUKOTA Charles Gutknecht Place As Modern As Any In County Lakota: The house on the Chas. Gutknecht farm one mile south of town, has been undergoing remodeling for some time, but is now completed and is in every way a model farm home. The bath room has been moved to the second floor and there are four bedrooms on this floor. An archway has been put in between the living room and dining room, a new up-to-date kitchen has been added with all conveniences. There Is also a room that may be used as a bedroom on this floor, the house has all been redecorated and has polished oak floors. It is a lovely home. 30 New Books In Lakota Library Lakota: The library board reports that 30 new books have recently been added to the local library. Among them are: "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret MIchell; "White Banners" by Lloyd C. Douglass; "The Last Pnrtan", George Santayana; "Black Daniel", Honore Morrow; 'Tarzan and the Lion Man," Edgar Burroughs; "Prize Stories of 1938," Edited by Harry Hanson; "Great Aunt Lovlna", Joseph C. Lincoln; "Love Comes Last", Helen Topping Miller; "The American Flaggs," Kathleen Norrls; "Beauty for Ashes," Grace L. Hill; "Life With Father," Clarence Day. Grant News Young Folks Put On Church Service Lakota: The Junior Chrlutlan Endeavor under the leadership of Mrs. Frerking, put on the Sunday evening service at he Presbyterian Church. Doris Asmussen acted as announcer, Virgil Wlrtjes was pianist, Dorothy Schroeder read the scripture lesson, and Ruby Daniels gave the prayer. The services comprised vocal solos, vocal duets, recitations, «ermonettes, piano duets, songs by the audience and a sermon for the children by Mrs. Frerking. Three little girls acted as ushers. The newspaper advertisement, ai part of the complete paper, foes Into the home as a welcome guest. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark of Burt visited Sunday at the Delbert Hunt home. Maxinc Dorsey spent the week end at the William Knoner home at Ledyard. Harold Clausen of Sherburn spent Friday and Saturday at the Walter Engstrom home. Floyd Colwell and children visited Sunday nt the Hugh Colwel home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Matson of East Chain, visited at the Walter Magnusson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Farrow and daughteq; Arzelle, visited Sunday at David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Quam and children visited at the Ole Olson home at Bricelyn Sunday. Mrs. Benson Searle and Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Bancroft spent Tuesday with Mrs. Ella Hunt Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jacobson and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Leonard Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. George Harner and children of Swea City visited Sunday at the Ely Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Horn of Mason City visited from Thursday until Saturday at the C. W. Hamand home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bergreen and children of Waterloo visited Saturday and Sunday at the Delbert Hunt home. A daughter was bora to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Engstrom Monday, March 8. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. Miss Marjorie Williams, a teacher at Dolllver and former teacher at Grant, spent the week end at the teachers' cottage. Mr. and Mrs. William Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter left on Tuesday for Judea, Wisconsin, to visit the George Jones. They plan to return home the first part of the week. Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Patterson home Included.- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum and son of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson and children of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson. Hardy Jordahl, Selmer, Edgar and Carl Matheson and Maynard Sohn helped John Badje haul hay Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher and Ronald of Crystal Lake attended the Ladles' Aid meeting at Rake last Wednesday. Her sister, Mrs. Enoch Hanson was one of the hostesses. HJHCIL1 iTORESl YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME Friday and Saturday, March 19 and 20,1937 BEEF ROASTS Tender, juioy Shoulder Roast* of the Ifriculur Council Oak Quality for the week end at 16c and 18c pound. BONELESS ROASTS Lean, boneless beef roanU; rolled and tied. The price for thin Hale U only lOc per pound. BACON & EGGS To fry with nice fresh exit* we have Puritan Bacon in 4 to 0 pound »lab«i. The price on the whole or half piece Is We per Ib. PURE GROUND BEEF pound 12c FRESH BEEF TO BOIL pound 12c FLOUNDERS For a fl»h dinner we have 3 to 5 Ib. fre*h frozen Flounder*. The price Is lie per Ib. tor the whole or half <Uh. Apple Pie Make your delicious pies from apples that are peeled, spiced, cooked and ready for the crust. Not expensive at our special price of 12c on the No. 2 can. Evap. Peaches Plump meaty Muir Peaches at the low price of 13c per Ib. for this sale. Delicious sauce and excellent for Peach Pie and Cobbler. Guaranteed Flour Flour that bakes light white bread and more loaves per sack. Special price for this sale on i/ 4 bbl. bags. FIRST PEIZE & PANTRY PRIDE bag $1.59 WHITE LOAF FLOUR bag $1.74 Frosted Cookies Bright, attractive assorted cookies. Delicious round cakes topped with pink and white frosting. For this sale a price of 2 Ibs. for 27c. Thomas Laxtort Pea.s We are anxious that you try this new English variety. An extra large sweet, meaty pea, that is simply delicious. Don't fail to try them at our special price of 12c on the No. 2 can. Combination Offer 1 pkg. Grape Nuts Flakes, 1 pkg. Bran Flakes and a Mickev Mouse or & Donald Duck cereal bowl. Allfor20c. Council Odk Coffee Meets the demand for a strictly "High Grade" Coffee in the whole berry. We grind as you like it Special price of 27c per Ib., or 3 Ibs. for 79c. Guest Ivory Soap Ivory Soap Flakes Per Cake 5-oz. pkg. .._.__ 60 MEN, WOMEN AT LED YARD TOP. FARM MEETING, PETERSON PUCE Lakota: Ledyard township's general farm bureau meeting was held at the C. O. Peterson home west of town, Friday evening with about 60 men and women present, although a snow storm was in progress. At the business meeting reports as to the progress of the membership work and rural electrification were given. ,P. L. Stainbrook, Klester, Minnesota, Frank Wall, Alden. Iowa, Hershel Thompson, Buffalo Center, and John Beef, Hardln county, who are helping put over the membership drive, were present at the meeting. The following program was giv- en: prayer, the Rev. Harvey Nelson; community singing, led by Mrs. Frerking; talk on Farm Bureau Work by Hershel Thompson, Buffalo Center; piano solo, Turkish March, Paul Ukena; Purpose of Associated Women of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Mr.s J. H. Warburton; a quartet, Gertrude Wortman, Jerry Heetland, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine, sang "When You and I Were Young, Maggie." A 5-piece orchestra, Ida Telcamp and Paul Ukena, played two selections. Hot hamburger sandwiches, pickles, pie and cocoa were served to all. The next meeting will be with the Jake Telcamps, April 9. 5 Lakota Pupils' Records Perfect Lakota: The following 7th and 8th grade pupils were on the six weeks' honor roll: Elvene Rlppentrop, Wallace Peterson, Harold Johnson, Maynard Koppen, Betty Edwards, Halvor Jacobson, Tressie Abbas, Margaret Boese, Bobby Powers, Henry Boese and Amanda Ukena, and the following have perfect attendance records for this year: Bobby Beemer, Betty Edwards. Harold Johnson, Henry Boese and Donald Kienltz. At Algona Meeting The members of the Christian Endeavor and their pastor were invited to a Fellowship meeting at the' Algona church Sunday. The meeting was held at four o'clock and supper was served to the visitors after which all attended the Endeavor meeting; and church services. About 40 of the local membership attended. Vance Lester was ill for several days last week. Louis and Hugo Stenze) attended a horse sale at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Earl Grabau is on the sick list this week suffering with flu. Mrs. Mary Leslie, Bancroft, is visiting her son and family, the Walter Leslies. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kiester. Elmore, Minn., were Sunday callers at the Harry Mussmans. The Lutheran church women held a quilting party at Mrs. Will Bauman's last week Thursday Ralph Gerdes, who has been critically ill for several weeks, remains in much the same condition. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew entertained several guests at their home Sunday in honor of their wedding anniversary. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking spent last week Wednesday visiting the Ed and Leslie Kahls near Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Amclsberg. Mnrgaret and Elgin Amelsberg of Thompson were visitors ;it the Presbyterian church, Sunday. E. R. Worlcy was called to Mason City Inst Friday afternoon in response to a message that Mrs. Worley's father 'was critically ill. He came home Saturday morning, but went back the same evening. George Bergman, superintendent of schools, at iPsgah, Iowa, and his mother, Mrs. Bergman of Danbury, Iowa, were week end visitors at the home of the Rev. Harvey Nelson. They are brother and mother of Mrs. Nelson. Grant News The Ely Anderson family visited Sunday nt the Merlin Anderson home at Bancroft. Mrs. Albert Barnes and Mrs. Aielt Troff and son visited Monday at the Roy Mine home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Walter Engstrom home. Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn and children of EJmore were Sunday guests at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Wentworth home. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Tokheim home. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson of Kiester, Minn., visited Sunday at the Andrew Pederson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg and children visited Sunday at the Peter Schmidt home at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Woods and children of Woden visited Sunday at the Edward Hammond home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Speicher of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests at the Mabel Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusson and children visited Sunday at the Nels Jensen home at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hurdt and son, Marlin were Sunday dinner guests at the Arden Reynolds home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tokheim and children of Ringsled visited on Sunday at the Martin Tokheim home. The Walter Magnusson family visited Sunday evening at the Oscar Strongburg home at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christophel and son, Wayne, visited at the Charles Ericksons at Armstrong, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Read and L. J. Read and daughter, Evelyn ot Lyle, Minn., spent the week end at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Read, L. J. Read and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and children visited Sunday at the M. T. Price home near Swea City. Geruld Speicher,' Clyde Anderson, riarlau Johiiaon, Earl Colwell, Robert Holm and Harold Fisher, Jr. accompanied Mr. Stewart to his aome in Bristow this week. The ys played a basketball game at Parkerbburg Saturday night with the Parkersburg junior high school iuid lost the stone by a small margin. Hebron Twp News Albin Nelson is working for Oscar Frandle. Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent Friday with Mrs. Bert Russ. Caryle Matheson spent Thursday night with his cousin, Evert Matheson. Mrs. Gust Nelson assisted Mrs. Ed Jordan! with canning meat last week. The sale of the L. J. Brekke estate was well attended last Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Olson and Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent last Friday at the G. J. Sabins. Donald Lyons and Grant Baldwin were soliciting for farm bureau members recently. Clifford Legried of Clear Lake, spent last Monday with his sister, Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kllpplng and Mrs. George Klipping spent last Monday at the Oscar Frandles. Tom Berg, Oscar Frandle and Adrian Hauskln attended a soil conservation meeting at Algona last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clraence Boettcher and boys and Arlett Halverson visited Thusrday night at the Selmer Mathesons. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hagedorn spent last Wednesday night with her sister and family, Mrs. Bert Underbakke at Rake. LEDYARD NEWS Hardware Firm's Show A large crowd attended the Boudrye & Carpenter Implement show Friday. A lunch was served at noon followed by moving pictures. After the pictures prizes were aw- imled to N. A. Pingle, Clarence Darnell, Jake Rink, Edw. Sanders, and Glen Johnson. Band Rated High Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans and A. E. Lauritzen attended the music contest at Britt Friday night. The local band competed against seven other bands and received an excellent rating. Leon Worden was at Algona Saturday on business. Irene Dyer, who has been at Mason City, came home Saturday. The Otto Langes of Elmore were Sunday guests at the Max Nitzs. Ace Warner was at Mason City Saturday taking an ear treatment. Oscar Johnson is building a new garage on the Mrs. Ed!u Alien's farm. Edward Reece had his tonsils removed i«t Elmore Friday by Dr. Sommers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner and son spent the week end at the Howard Granners at Eagle Grove. The Victor Andersons and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Firkins all of Guckeen, spent Sunday at the Geo. Hagges. Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Mrs. L. A. Nitz attended the Lutheran Aid at Lakota on Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes, son | William and Opal Corhus were Sunday guests at the Jerry Barnes in Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. D. A. Link will be hostess to the M. E. Aid at her home on Thursday, March 25th. A covered dish luncheon will be served. The Irvin and the Sam Links of Sweu City and the Roy Links of Cedar Rupids were Sunday guests at the parental D. A. Links. Friday night, D. A. Carpenter, son Elvin, Max Nitz and Aielt Troff attended a banquet at Algona put on by the International Harvester Co. Mrs. Fred Busch, Mr. and Mrs. James Lloyd were at the Wm. Busehs at Blue Earth Saturday night. The latter's son, Virgil, in critically ill. The George Thompsons were at the home of Mr. Thompson's nephew, the Bernard Thompsons at Wesley Sunday night and made the acquaintance of Catherine Kay, their six weeks' old daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobsoru Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cilbertson and daughter, Jerlu Jacobson and a Miss Gilbertbon all of Matawun, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson of Chicago were at the Gus Anderson's Sunday. Mrs. A. E. LauriUen has re-signed as president of the M. E. Aid und Mrs. George Thompson is now president. Mrs. Lauritzen is still caring for the Rev. Nelson's baby. Rev. Nelson went to Iowa City on Monday to see his wife. Mrs. V. A. Barrett and children went to Algona Friday with Mr. Barrett and were met there by her brother und they spent the week end there und at Livermore with her parents while Mr. Barrett attended the music contest ut Britt. They returned home witfc him qu Sunday. OUR STOREWIDE SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHT. THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE AND FINAL OPPOR T U N I T Y TO BUY MEN'S CLOTHING AT OUR LOW PRICES. THE MARKET IS NOW ADVANCING RAPIDLY, AND NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU HAVE SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY. BUY PLENTY NOW! DON'T DELAY! — GET YOUR NEW EASTER TOGS HATS 98c Z.29 2.95 3-75 Values up to $7.00 SUITS 8-45 12.45 16.45 19*45 Values up to $35 O'COATS 4-85 9-85 14-85 18.85 Values up to $32.50 ALL ITEMS IN THE STORE ARE ON SALE! MISBACH'S ll!ilil!l!li||||||||!l Beautiful Windows I MARCH 17, 18, 19, 20,1937 A L G O N A S_ P. R E. E. A S_ T. E_ R B_ A_ U_ T. I F_ U. L. W N_ D O_ W. s. The Chamber of Commerce invites you to view the beautiful windows of the merchants listed here. These stores are preparing their windows for your inspection, especially on the days listed. They are also offering bargains and special sales events for your Pre-Easter shopping. Trade in Algona. For t\\o days, th,. Km and Isth, joii can lind hidden iu tile licuu- til'it I nindons listed, capital let- HT* corresponding to tlu; letters listed ut the left of this sheet, uhleli spell our Aloguu: "ALLOWS I'RF.-KASTKR HEAITI- FIX WINDOW'S." Write the name of the pluee of business in whose window you find the letter on this sheet, then write uu essay of not over 25 words on the sulijec-t: "WHY I LIKE TO SHOI' IN ALCiONA", sign your name and address and take or tuail to the Chamber of Commerce office. Entries will be received uutil Saturday evening. Anybody can enter the contest. Frizes of $10.00, $5.00, and $2.50 will be given for the first, second, and third complete and correct lists, with the best essay. These blanks are FRF, K and may be obtained at any store in the program. FIRMS PARTICH'ATINU 3 HOTSFORD LIMKEK CO. M (JAMHLE STORK 3 NF,LSON HARDWARE CO. 3 (IK AHAM'S STOKE S MISHACH'S CLOTHINU S KOHLIIAAS A SIMLLES 3 (I MMIM.'S 3 .JAMES DKI'U STOKE 3 IIKO UN ELL'S 3 CHKISCHILLES STORE 3 ItASKET UKOi'EKY 3 t'Ol'NCIL OAK 3 STEELE'S CLOTHING 3 AKRE (JKOCEKY 3 HEN FRANKLIN STOKE 3 KKESENSKV'S S CARL'S MILLIARDS 3 ALGONA HAKIN« CO. 3 MAUSON A: HANSON 3 WILSON HAHERY 3 HALimiVS KiA 3 HA\VCOTT k OUU S THE Hl'Ii 3 ELITE SHOI' = I'KATT ELECTRIC CO. 3 .JOHNSON'S GROCERY 3 ». E. NAl DAI.N Ai SON 3 (IT KATE (JROCERY 3 MODERN DRY CLEANERS = UJ 1ST ROM'S 3 FOSTER FI'KMTI RE CO. 3 SORENSEN'S (JR<»CEKY S F. S. NORTON Ai SON 3 SMOKE SHOI' 3 LI SHY'S DRl'M STORE 3 ANDERSON'S KITE-WAY == (OAST-TO-COAST 3 /ENDER & CALDWELL 3 HOIU HARDT DRIUS 3 LONG'S (;HO( ERY 3 AL(JON«irLN = LAINti A; MCCKEY 3 ELK CLEANERS 3 (.REENBERU'S 3 MOE A. S.IOUREN = HARRY'S 3 CHRISTENSEVS STOKE 3 A. A: F. (iKOCEKY 3 SORENSEN'S DRIM STOKE = RICHARDSON'S Fl RNlil RE 3 S "Why I like to trade in Algona' = Name Address . || MUilUiilttlliill^

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