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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 25,1937 fid Becker of Buffalo Center i« the new meat cutter at Sorensen's grocery. Lelghton Mlsbaph WM confined to his bed Tuesday and Wednesday with the flu. y Mr*. Joseph T. Meurer of Whlt- temore was a guest Friday of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Mrs. O. W. James Is spending the week In Decorah visiting at the home of her parents. Herb French of LuVerne spent the .week end at the home of his slater, .Mrs. Lyle Mathes. B. f. Benson, M. & St. L. station agent at Albion, Iowa, will spend the week end at his home in Algona. Hotter H»ppe of Moline, Illinois, and Lois Guyette of Woodbine will spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. j Mr. and Sirs. Martin Kulow of Hubbard, Iowa, visited with Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Saturday. Mrs. Agnes Laidley of Mason City spent Friday visiting with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley. Mrs. Fred Wllber of Aberdeen, South Dakota, Is visiting at the home of her brother, Jt. H. Hoppe, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton spent Sunday at Des Moines attending the Zeigfeld Follies at the Shrine auditorium. Paul Damon, Dick Coffin, Lloyd Bohannon and Bob Harrington attended Reserve Officers meeting at Bancroft, Monday evening. Irwin Braner ftpent the week end with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner. Irwin is attending the Hamilton business college at Mason City. LEAD THE PARADE OF EASTER HATS Choose your Easter bonnet from our superb collection. You'll bo thrilled with those stunning sailors, bumper and muffin brims —the striking flower trims— flattering and distinctive, one-of-a- kind style. In all the spring shades. The ELITE JACK SPRATS/STORES Free Daffodils! Saturday, We will give away free six beautiful daffodils with each dozen, size 288 oranges at the regular price of 29c per dozen. DON'T FORGET—FREE DAFFODILS 1 SATURDAY HAMS FOR EASTER Horael's Fancy Picnics, 4-6 pound average, same cure as Dairy Brand, I D OcL boneless, rolled and tied LD « ^ JC Swift's Premium Hams, 14 to 16 pound average weight, either half I D 90- or whole hams, at llU * ^ Oi BROILERS FOR EASTER Young, fancy broilers, average I D weight about two pounds ljU » Calumet Baking Powder 16 oz. can 19c Powdered Sugar, Jack Sprat 2 lb. pkg. 19c (with vegetable color tablets) Marshmallows, Snowbuddy —16 oz. pkg. 15c Ice Cream Powder, Jack Sprat —2 pkgs. 15c Choc. Pudding, Jack Sprat pkg. 5c Olives, Jack Sprat Select —1% oz. bottle 29c Preserves, asst. flavors 16 oz. jar 21c Macaroni ft Cheese, cooked No. 300 can lOc Corn, Jack Sprat Sugar No. 2 can 15c Fruit Cocktail* Jack Sprat ——No. 1 can 18c ANDERSON'S JACK SPEAT FOOD STOEE Phone 346 We Deliver Phone 346 Lain and MaMe Kohl spent Sim- day with their parents, Mrs. and Mrs. George Kohl, of Union town- slllp. August Schmidt was a patient at the Kossuth hospital Saturday and Sunday to receive radium treatments. A. W. Amuflson was In Des Moines from Sunday until Tuesday attending an Optometrist Association convention. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jones and daughter, Ruth of Mason City will be guests df Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart on Easter Sunday. Rita Dooley, employed In the state house in Des Moines, will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison and family have moved from their home on South Dodge Into the Joel Herbst house on North Thorington street. Dorothy Miller, student at Iowa State College at Ames was a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Aman, from Monday until Wednesday. Bernlce Stock, Melvln Miner and Bill Spencer drove to Des Moines Sunday to attend the Zeigfeld Follies show held at the Shrine auditorium. Dr. Arlo Adams was a business visitor In Algona Monday and Tuesday. Dr. Adams, former Algona dentist, is now practicing In Des Moines. AM Kresensky and Irma Dee Roupe went to Minneapolis Sunday and returned Monday with merchandise purchased for the Kresensky store. Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie, left for Minneapolis Saturday and will visit a week with Mrs. Bloom's father, J. S. Melamed, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Charles Bonnet and son, Woodrow of Amboy, Minnesota, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman. Mrs. Bonnet and Mrs. Aman are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson of Des Moines will spend the week end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. O, J. Stephenson, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen will spend Easter Sunday at Sioux City with Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. Mr. Jensen is grocery salesman at Kennedy & Parsons. Opal Cronan will arrive Saturday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Opal teaches in the Elmhurst, 111. school, and will be having a spring vacation at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Helberg and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ringgenberg of Newton spent the week end visiting at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mr. and Mrs Willard Ringgenberg. Relative* of Mn. V. H. Coffin were her guests Saturday afternoon. They were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sampson and son, Lewis, and Mrs. Irving Horton, and Mrs. H. H. Rowe of Lake Park. Last English Lenten MrvleeB with the celebration of the Lord's Supper will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church. Rev. P. J. Braner will conduct the services. Catherine Seller and Eleanor Payne spent Saturday afternoon visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Seller, and Mrs. W. J. Payne. The girls are student nurses at the Mercy hospital In Mason City. Dorothy Mergen of Whlttemore la staying at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen and is helping care for the new baby boy born to the Mergens at the Kossuth hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Puffer and son, Jerry Lee of Corwith, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cllleaple. The two women are sisters. They all spent the evening at Burt as guests of Mrs. C. I. Mansmith. Mr. and Mrs. Tun O'Brien ef Spencer, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and children, Catherine and Edmund of Whlttemore, and Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy visited Saturday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. The Kennedys were on their way to their home in St. Paul from a trip south. Mr. Kennedy and Mrs. Dooley are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cosgrove drove to Webster City on Sunday and visited at the homa of the ladies' mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers. Mr. Pierce drove on to Des Moines to attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank of Union township are retiring from their farm and are moving to Algona the first of April in the Jim Cruikshank home on East State street. Arthur is Jim's son and the elder Mr. Cruikshank will make his home with them. Wateon March arrived Wednesday from Iowa City, where he attends the Iowa University to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson. Mrs. Hanson's daughter, Pauline March, and Maurice Mortenson of Mason City will spend the week end with Mrs. Hanson. William H. Norman, who has been chief clerk in the offices of Swift & Co., at Ardmore, Oklahoma, has been transferred to Beatrice, Nebraska, where he will have the same position. He and his wife will move to Beatrice this week. William is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Norman of this city. Mr*. G. B. Murtagh is expected home some time this week, after spending six weeks at Nashville, Tennessee, where she was called by the serious illness of her daughter, Betty. Betty underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix. She will take special tutoring and will try to make up her studies at the Ward-Belmont school. Eari Bysoo, *on of Mr. and Mr*. John Byson, arrived home last week from a three month* 1 visit on the western coast. Earl spent some time with a brother at San Diego and with friends is Los Angeles and took in many points on the way up toe coast to Stanwood, Washington, where he visited another brother. He had a very enjoyable trip but still seems to be satisfied with Iowa. Bert Stock drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. a AI Merrlfiefd drove to Ames, Sunday, to visit the latter's brother, F. D. Mathes. Elsie Halbrook spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Halbrook at Mason City. Elsie Is employed at the Brown Studio. Rath Bishop arrived Saturday to spend her spring vacation in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. She is a teacher in the Iowa City schools. Roy Hilton of Slayton and daughter", Charlotte, who is attending business college at Minneapolis will spend the week end with the former's sons, Jack and Bill Hilton. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson will move Into the house formerly occupied by Lawrence Winkel on Call street April 1st. They are at present living on East State street. lola Lehman spent the week end with her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Mrs. Lehman returned to Des Moines with lola Sunday and attended the Zeigfeld Follies. John Bishop will arrive today (Thursday) from Iowa City, where he Is a student in the Iowa University, and will visit at the home of his parents until Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ecklund of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wltwer of Mason City are expected as Easter guests at the home of the women's mother, Mrs. Charles Roupe. Mrs. Harry Spongbefg, who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for several weeks, was taken to the home of her sister, Mrs. Bertha Murray last week where she Is convalescing. John Hargreaves, son of Mr. and Mrs.P. H. Hargreaves, who has been employed as bookkeeper for Swift & Company will leave Monday for Iowa Falls where he has been transferred. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Rahn and son, Arthur of Waukesha, Wisconsin, are visiting this week at the home of the former's uncle, A. W. Amunson. Mr. Rahn is a professor in the Waukesha schools. Mrs. R. C. Colllnson, a former telephone operator in Algona was operated on at the St. Joseph's hospital at Mankato, Minnesota, for the removal of a 24-pound tumor, and Is Improving very rapidly. Mrs. Frank Burton returned to Algona Friday after visiting three weeks at her old home in Anderson, Indiana. Mr. Burton Is gov- erment engineer on the new post- office. The Burtons live in the H. E. Rist home. Mrs. Gen Raney underwent an operation for the removal of a small bone in her foot. She Is con fined to her home at this time. The operation was performed by Dr. C. C. Shlerk and he was assisted by Dr. H. L. Pearce of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith of Sexton, and M. O. Richards of Lone Rock were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards. Mrs Greenfield is the sister of Mrs. Richards and M. O. Richards Is her son. Don Mert* will arrive Friday, and will be a guest over the week *jnd at the home of Mrs. John Catigh- lln. Mrs. MerU has . been, visittng her mother this week. She was the former Drusllla Caughlln. They will also visit Don's parents at Weal Bend. The senior high school class of the consolidated school at Dolllver and the confirmation class of th< Lutheran church at LuVerne hac their pictures taken by Will Brown Monday morning. The high school class stayed all day, and went to the matinee. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon are expected to return from their western trip about April 1st. They have been gone since December 19, and have spent mojt of their time in Hollywood. They will stop at San Francisco, Portland and Omaha on their return trip. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Danson and daughter, Shirley of West Plains, Missouri, arrived today (Thursday) and will be guests of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson over Easter. Shirley will also be a guest of Arlene Granzow. She is a telephone operator at West Plains. Charley Murtagh, who has been under high pressure for some time attending to his duties as state comptroller and at the same time conducting the business of the new Security bank as its president, has been confined to hia room in Des Moines for several days lately with the flu, but came home last week as usual to look after the bank, and is feeling somewhat better. Sunday gutwU of Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Stewart were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish and her brother, Raymond Beamish and family all of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and family will move to Algona April 1, and will live in the Herbst house on South Moore street. Mr. Beamish is a salesman for the Hoxie Fruit company. The Algona Little Symphony orchestra met at the high school on Tuesday evening for a business meeting and to organize. They will continue rehearsals regularly. D. Wane Collins will be the director, Dr. L. G. Walrath, president; Glen Raney, vice president, and Don Parsons, secretary-treasurer. The orchestra was enthusiastically received Sunday at the concert. The purpose of the orchestra is an added incentive for advanced high school musicians and other musicians in the community who wish to become active. Roy Borrle of Ma*on dty spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Barry, and his wife and infant son returned to Mason City with him. Mrs. Bcrrie had been visiting her parents for a week. Dr. George Elvldge of Perry brought Hugh Herman home from Des Moines where he had gone for medical examination. Mr. Herman hns been a very sick man, but is now Improving as well as can be expected. Lloyd Pratt spent the week end visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Lloyd Is a student at the Dunxvoody Institutee at Minneapolis. Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and son accompanied him on the return trip, and they will visit Mrs. Carlson's parents this week. C. B. Murtagh, and Mr. and Mn. J. F. Overmyer drove to Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Murtagh returned to his work, and the Overmyers visited their daughter, June Adele, who Is recovering as well as can be expected in the Lutheran hospital In that ctiy after an automobile accident. Any woman whiting a high school girl to work after school or during spring vacation is asked to call Mrs. Bob Larson. Mrs. Larson has a list of ten or twelve high school girls wishing work at this time. This Is a P. T. A. project. "Work for high school girls" and work has already been secured for two girls. Dr. P. V. Janse will return to Algona, Friday. He has been visiting his son, Dr. Hector Janse at Houston and |his daughter, Mrs. Harold T. Miller at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for the past two weeks. Harold T. Miller is coach at Oklahoma Ctly high school whose basketball team won the state tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carlson of Ogden, and Charles Carlson of Boone were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle Thursday morning and Thursday evening. Thursday afternoon, they drove to Esthe'rville to attend the funeral of Martin Carlsons's sister. Mrs. Martin Carlson and Mrs. Clapsaddle are sisters. 2 Fined Monday In Traffic Case State highway patrolmen brought two local residents into justice courts, Tuesday, charged with failure to stop for arterial highway stop signs. The defendants were Robert Brayton and A. E. Kresensky. Each was fined $1 and costs of $2 by Justice P. A. Danson. Hit Parked Car Ray Goodman, woklng on the Lou Matern place, was released after payment of costs, on a charge of reckless driving. He accidentally struck a parked car during a blinding snow but drove away, not knowing the procedure in such cases. Hospital News KoMuth Hospital News Monday, March 22—Mn. L. a Knutsen of Swea City underwent ,» minor operation. . . Monday, March 22-Mrs. Emil Wester of Wesley was an x-ray patient Monday, March 22— Edward Goetsch of Algona entered for medical treatment. Monday, March 22—Mrs. Phoebe Frye of Swea City underwent a major operation. Tuesday, March 23—Peter Weld- enfellen, new mall clerk from Hawarden had his appendix removed. General Hospital News Tuesday, March 23—Edwin Lee of Corwith underwent a tonailectomy. Tuesday, March 23—Mrs. Kenneth Brayton of Algona gave birth to a baby girl, weighing eight pounds. Wednesday, March 24—Ed Hlnz of LuVerne under went a tonail- ectomy. Four Corner News Globe Trotters Win At LuVerne LuVerne: The basketball game between the Globe-Trotters and the House of David team Monday night was witnessed by a very large crowd, the estimate being over 400. The local gymnasium was filled to capacity with a great number from surrounding towns present. The Globe Troters won with a score of 36 to 34. L. R. Seniors Choose Play Lone Rock: The senior class play, 'Let's Go Somewhere" has been chosen and the following is the cast —Grace Ncwbrough, Bernard Reilly, Deleina Rogers, Shirley Marlow, Robert Gladstone, and Marvin Anderson. The play will be presented April 8 and 9 under the direction of Leona Schulz. Has Cast Removed Fenton: Helen Elmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore, spent last week at Iowa City. A cast was taken off one of her legs, but the other will remain in a cast for a while. Helen suffered infantile paralysis when a child and her limbs were left weakened and she was unable to walk. Candy Filled Novelty Easter Baskets 20c-25c others at 39c and 49c Some with rabbits, chicks and other novelties. BEN FRANKLIN w. v. BUTLER, Ownei| Finish Up the Lenten Season with delicious Hot Cross Buns Fri. and Sat. Algona Baking Co. IGA GELATIN DESSERT POWDER 4 for 20c Petelware Sherbet Cup Special Friday & Saturday Fresh Eggs IGA or FARGO MILK till can 4for27c Sato of COFFEE Bine "O" free cup and saucer lb.25c Red "A" lb. 19c PUFFED WHEAT Quaker 2 for 15c Palmt-Ett CHEESE standard pimento 17c Price TEXAS, 96 site 10 for Grapefruit 29c TEXAS DOZ. Oranges 29c HEAD Large Lettuce 2-25c Celery 2-25c Marshmallows lb 15c PRUNES large Small . 2 Ibs. 21c . 2 Ibs. 15c Imitation Strawberry, Rasp. Preserves 2 Ibs. 19c Bisquick 40 oz pk 29c IGA Salad Dressing 18 K 88 o*. 31c 8 01. Fresh Dressing 15c 18K Catsup . 14 oz. 15c I8K No. 1 tin CORAL MACARONI 4 for Spaghetti 8 oz. 19c Hernhey** Baking Cocolate £ lb. lOc Hershey'n Cocoa . 1 lb. 13c SALE OF SOAPS Camay . . . 5c Lava . . . . 9c Palmolive 5c IOA DAWN Toilet tissue 10-59c IOA Towel rolls 2—19c Towel racks . 15c DAISY SODA Crackers 2 Ibs. 17c Fruit Cocktail . 15c 18K V Pears . 2£ size 23c 18K Mixed 2 No. 2 Vegetable . . 25c IOA Early June ^ No. 8 Peas . 2 No. 2 29c SATURDAY ONLY Tender Beef Roast 18c Pork Hearts . . 12c Bacon Squares . 17c Spring Fries Chickens . each 59c Order Early lb. average BALDWIN FOODMKT. Phone 355 Free Delivery 25c per lb. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lownian were Sunday evening guests at the home of- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lovvman, Jr., were Monday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Elbert. Word was received Tuesday in the Four Corners neighborhood that Mrs. Clyde Wardrip had an operation. She recently moved from Four Corners. CUMMINGS Algona Boy Out For Baseball Post Robert Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mm. E. R. Sellstrom, Algona, is a candidate for the Gustavus Adolphus. College, St. Peter, Minn., baseball team again this year. A regular fielder on the 1936 team that was nosed out of the championship by St. John's University in the final game of the season, Bob is one of the strongest bidders for a regular field berth again this year. A two year letter winner in football and basketball while at Algona high, Bob has continued his brilliant athletic career at Gustavus. He was a member of the state champion Gustavus swimming team this year. | m ^ T ^A BARGAIN SPOT Thru Tuesday Laughs and Thrills Booth Tarklngton's "Penrod and Sam" Billy Hauch Jackie Morow Frank Craven SECOND FEATURE Betty Furness in "THEY WANTED TO MABRY" Now playing Wed. Thru Sat Western '3 Mesquitters' 2d Feature Mystery Boot Young The Longest Nlghtf Serial Double Coin* to All Treat* For aU at Sat Mattneo The biggest assortment of Spring Blouses $1.00 Plain Crept— Cellaiiesu— Prhited Crepe—Hanky sizi'-s 3-1 to -W. all 9 Hats - Sharkskin Pedaline Straws Silk Taffetas New Styles—new colora Sizea 20-24 69c - 98c - $1.69 Pure Silk Full Fashioned Kingless Hose 59c - $1.00 Gl oves (Jrey, Navy, Pastels, all sizes 49c - 59c - 69c CUMMINGS

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