The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1931 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 13, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republisan, May 13, 1931 Local Brie($ Dennis Becker visited friends in Cedar Falls, Waterloo and Boon" last Sunday. Attorney James W. Fay and Vincent Titzpatrick of Emmetsburg were Algona visitors today. Olive Lewis of the Chrischilles & Herbst store spent Sunday with her parents at Lakota. Miss Elsie Helmke returned Monday from Whlttemore where she had spent a week visiting her parents. A marriage license was issued this week to Charles W. Klnney and Zelda Lair, both of Jamaica, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis of Mankato were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and their children were guests Sunday of the former's parents at Humboldt. Dr. R. H. Crawford is expected home today from Chicago where he had been since Sunday on a business trip. Attorney L. E. Linnan spent the week end at Maurice, he visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Linnan, Mayor and Mrs. 0. F. Specht drove -to Forest City Sunday and spent the day with their daughter Mrs. Harry Larson. Herbert, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathrs of Fort Dodge, was operated on this morning at the Kossuth hospital for fluid on the lungs. He has been quite ill for about two •weeks. Both his parents are with him. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm of Swea City were business visitors in Algona Monday. "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom drove to Mason City Sunday to spend Mother's Day with Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. George Free of Iowa City are the parents of a seven pounc daughter born Sunday. The baby has been named Suzanne. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at Algona with Mrs. Lawrence's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. N. C. Rice and A. K. Cliff left on Tuesday for western Nebraska and Wyoming in the interests of the Kooler- Aire Engineering Company. Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter who arrived May 11. They have one other daughter and a son. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen, who live near Algona are the parents of a ten pound boy born Saturday, May 9. They now have a fine family of four boys and a girl. Leslie Samp of Estiherville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. He is a son of Mrs. Godfredson and is employed in a drug store in Esthervllle. It is reported here that Laughlin (Bud) Quinn received a broken leg while riding a bicycle at LeMars last week. He is employed In a lumber yard in that city. Our Guarantee Our guarantee is to insure customers an excellent bank- in;;' service Our methods improve with modern banking 1 , but there are always maintained the conservative principles that stand for the safety of our depositors. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA First class groceries only and you will be surprised at the savings. Meet your neighbors here. They are saving money on their groceries at Blooms. Preserves, large 32 oz. jar 29c Blue Ribbon Malt, 3 Ib. can __49c Bananas, 3 Ibs. 19c Corn, Golden Bantam, Ige, can lOc Butter, Algona, per Ib 25c Fresh Marshmallow top cookies, per pound Apricots, dried fancy, Ib. 19c Lard, 2 Ibs 25c Fruite Gel, all flavors So Castile Soap, large bar 5c Johnson Floor Wax, large can 49o Pork & Beans, large can 8c Crackers, 2 Ib. box 25c Bloom's Special Coffee 19c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ib. can 75c Extra Fancy Peas, can 10c Beans, 3 Ibs. 19c Quality Bread, large loaf 5c Bring Your Proctor & (ramble Soap Coupons Here. Ivory Flakes, large pkg 22c Oxydol, large pkg. 19c Chipso, large pkg. 19° Dried Peaches, per Ib. 17c 'Peaches Pull No. 2- Y 2 large can in syrup, can Heinz 57 Pure Food Products Demonstration on Saturday, Free Samples. BLOOM'S STORE We Buy Eggs Cash or Trade. Helmuth Huenhold was a Bode visitor last Sunday. James Sheridan of Bancroft was an Algona visitor Saturday. Dr. C. D. Schaap spent Thursday night visiting in Spencer. Lon Whitehill was down from Hurt yesterday calling on old friends. Banker Guy M. Butts of Wesley was transacting business in Algona Monday. John Killian, of Sexton, a patient at the Kossuth hospital is now improving nicely. Rev. P. Braner visited the Lutheran parsonage at Buri last Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Spears are the parents of a bfeby girl born last Saturday morning. Mrs. Thos. Gray and son, Homer Lawson of Wesley were visitors in Algona yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hertig of Buffalo Center were Algona visitors on Saturday of last week. The Mesdames F. E. and Maurice Bartholomew drove to Fort Dodge on Tuesday and spent the day. Harold Clayton was over from Mason City for the week end visiting his father, A. E. Clayton. Paul Hammlll, jeweler in Borchardt's drug store, spent Sunday in Waterloo visiting with friends. Sam Butts came down from Arnolds Park Friday on business. He is employed in a garage In the Park. Mrs. P. Braner left last Saturday evening for Hubbard, Iowa, to take care of her mother who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and four children of Webster City were guests Sunday at the A. A. Sterling home. Jack Fraser left the first of the week for Waukon, where he will spend the summer working for a paving outfit. W. J. Becker and Clarence Phillips spent Sunday at Tuttle Lake fishing. They report a catch of three bull heads . Mrs. F. A. M. Frost came home a week ago Friday from Wirock, Minnesota, having spent six weeks with Mr. Frost. George Moulton and George Haggo, two of Ledyard's substantial farmers, were transacting business in Algona yesterday. The Misses Madonna and Philomena Qunln spent a few days last week at Iowa Falls, where they visited with the Todds. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson of Titonka were business visitors in Algonu Monday. Mrs. Peterson is postmistress in Titonka. Hoyt Raney came up from Ames for ,he week end witlvhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Hoyt is a freshman at Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will and family attended the wedding of their relative, Miss Merz, held at Truman, Minnesota, on Mother's Day. Long's grocery store is being somewhat remodeled and completely redecorated this week. Shelves were remodeled as were also the display windows. Miss Lucille Thomson of Swea City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson of that city, has been elected to teach in the Manchester, Iowa, schools next year. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burbank and family of Marshalltowii spent Sunday in Algona visiting with relatives. Clarence is managing an ice cream factory in Marshalltowii. 3us Sjogren and W. A. Dutton aiv expected home today from DCS Moinos where they have been attending a grocery wholesalers annual stockholders' melting since Sunday. Dr. M. J. Kenefick left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend the meeting of the Iowa State Medical meeting. He was formerly president of the organization. He expects to return Sunday. In this week's edition of the Upper Des Moines-Republican appears the 3rst of a series of ads for the'Lucky Strike cigarettes. Lucky Strike is conducting a nation-wide advertising campaign. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Post drove from Appleton, Wisconsin, Friday and stayed until Monday in Algona visiting with their son, Charles Post and family. The son is employed in the Algona Steam Laundry. Russc-Ii Sorensen and little son of Ai-mstrong were Algona visitors Friday while on their way to Colfax to bring back Mrs. Sorensen who has been there for the past month taking health treatments, Mrs. H. E. Rist, Mrs. W. C. Dewel, Mrs. T. P. Harrington and Donald Dewel drove to Iowa City Saturday and visited Alice Rist, Gordon Dewel and Robert Harrington, who are students at the University. Mrs. Einer Gibson and son, Phillip of Des Moines are here for a visit at the O. Madson home for a time. Mrs. Gibson came to this country a number of years ago with the late Mrs. Madson who was returning from a European visit. Miss Bridget Gaffney returned to her home at Rockwell Sunday after a visit of ten days with Algona friends. Miss Gaffney is having a vacation from her duties as one of the nurses at the Kossuth hospital. Raymond Wehler took her to her home Sunday. Glen McMurray and A. A. Beguhn attended a Firestone meeting at Mason City Wednesday evening 1 . Mr. Beguhn is district salesman for the Firestone Company in this locality. Mr. McMurray and Victor Lowe operate the Firestone Tire Service Station. Mrs. E. J. Rawson visited her son, Merrill and family in Eagle Grove over Sunday. While there her daughter, Esther came up from Ames and spent the day with them. Sunday evening, Mrs. Rawson talked on the Holy Land at the Presbylerian church in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, Mrs. W. A. Vincent and son, Earl, and Mrs. O. H. Donnell drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday and; spent until Thursday in that city and in Guthrie Center visiting. Mr. Vincent underwent another physical examination while in Des Moines. Arthur Helberg has added 175 feet of steel cable on a large spool with a transmission to his wrecker equipment. The new arrangement will enable one man to pull a car out of most any position whhh would result from an auto accident. This is the first equipment of the kind to be Installed locally. Mrs. G. C. Barton, Mrs. Edna Messenger and her daughter, Miss Ruth Messenger, who teaches in the Algona high school, drove to Des Moines Saturday and spent the day. Attorney E. C. McMahon. Roy Mo- Mahon and H. L. Gilmore clrov.i a truck to Grundy Center Sunday, where they picked up some office fixtures for Attorney McMahons' law office. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Faulkner returned to their home in Chicago Saturday after a visit of two weeks with the latter's mother. Mrs Dora Ferrigan of Sexton and with other relatives. Harold Clayton, who is employed by the Mason City Fur Shop, was in Algona a few days the first of the week on business and for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton. Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. W. D. Andrews drove to Spencer Saturday and attended a luncheon which was given by Mrs. stlllman's sister, Katherine Holland, who teaches in the Spencer schools. The Misses Shelltnueller of Algonn, Madison and Metille of Corwlth, all nurses at the Kossuth hospital, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the graduation exercises at a nurses' training school there. They expected to be back Friday. Wallace Evans drove up from Des Moines Saturday to spend Mothers' Day with his parents, Dr. and Mis. R. A. Evans. He was accompanied by lola Lehman and a friend from Des Moines who visited lola's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty will return j to their home in Fredericksburg to- |r!ay after visiting Sunday at. the home j of the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia F. Grace. They surprised Mrs. Brace by their coming and had dinner ready ior her when she jreturncd from church. Mrs. M. J. Qulnn and Mrs. Susie Engler went to Fairmont last week Country Club during the coming summer. Mrs. Quinn with Mrs. D. P. Smith managed the local club house last year and is experienced in the management of such an institution. Ralph Lamuth of Faribault, Minnesota, spent Sunday visiting hi. 1 .; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt LamuUi. Ho was accompanied by Miss Aloisc Duchesne. Mrs. Lamuth's many friends are glad to hear that she is making steady improvement after a long siege of heart trouble. Vern Coffin, formerly of Bradgato, has been added to the force of the Aetna Company in .Algona, Mr. Coffin will help out on the farming end of the office. Frank Barker is manager of the local office. Others who work out of the office are Eugene McAnnelly and Fred Kissinger. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchinson and little daughter, Sue, arrived in Algona Tuesday night from Los Angeles to visit at the A. Hutchinson and C. B. Murtagh homrs. There is great rejoicing especially jn. the Murtiagh home, this being the first appearance of their only grand child. Dr. and .'Mrs. W. R. Laird and son, Ray, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, spent the week end in Algona visiting Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove and the doctor's mother, Mrs. J. R. Laird. George Elbcrt, Torkel Hill, D. H. Goeders and J. S. Auner will leave on Thursday for Spirit Lake on a little fishing trip. Joe's father, Dr. J. S. Auner of Des Moines, will join them there. George Munch of Whittemore, Gene Kepler of Estherville and Rush Smith of Spencer will also be among the party. Mr. and Mrs. August Burmcister and three children .of Waldorf, Minnesota, spent Friday in Alffona as guests of their son, Adrian Burmeister, manual training instructor in the high school. They attended the exhibit which was shown by the various departments of the school including the manual training 1 department. Miss Viola Kraft of Menominee, Wisconsin, was also a guest of Mr. Burmeister over the week end. Announcing Our 45 th ANNIVERSARY SALE May 13, 14,15 and 16 ROLLINS •RUNSTOP HOSIERY CVlehraiing 1 with unusual values 11i<> ooMiplolioM of almost hall: a cciiluvy of service io hundreds of families of Aliyonn and .surroundhnr ('oinjnmnity. AVe appreciate your loyal patronage clnnn:;' those years and irust Hint the conduct of our business will warrant, your » f nod. will for si ill more vears. Style, quality and unusual economy are combined in this hosiery offering. Hero you'll find just the kind, of hosiery you want at prices that mean real savings in assembling 1 this important part of your Spring 1 Avardrobe. Silk to the top chiffons or service weight, picot edge with French panel heel. $1.65 With the purchase of 2 prs.4 pair FREE Other Styles arranged in popular priced groups. see. Algona, Iowa &#C^<0&»»*^^ o' Sanitary Pads "Gels", the newest In sanitary pads, very satisfactory, full 12 pkg. Special— 19c Chiffon Voiles ABC fast color very fine quality in the beautiful new pastel multi-color prints. 49c a yard Curtain Panels 36 to 44-inch fine quality new type lace panels offer exceptional savings now. 98c Rayon Bloomers High grade better quality bloomers, some with defective elastics, values to $1.63. 2 for $1 Stevens Crash 19-inch bleached all-linen, the standard of all toweling crash in fine heavy quality, colored edge. 19c yard Printed Pajamas Smart new styles for women and misses, fast color fabrics. For women and misses. $1.00 Wash Dresses A large selection of fast color, smart styles, values up to $2.25, sizes 14 to 40. 2 for $1.50 Astounding Values Savings you cannot afford to miss, at prices you can well sufford to ray. Coats-Jackets Well made, good style garments, smart styles and colorings, including values up to $16. $8.89 Spring Coats Fine new fabrics in black, blue, or green, sines 14 to 44, including values up to $19.50. $14.89 Better Coats Excellent quality and stylo, combined with perfect tailoring including values up to $39.50. $23.89 Dress Special Excellent styles in plain or printed flat crepe, sizes 12 to 42, including values up to $10. $7.89 Smart Dresses Dresses and ensembles in plain or printed silks, sixes 13 to 4(i, including- values up to $19.50. $10.89 Better Dresses A wonderful selection of plain or printed crepes and chiffons, including values up to $24,50. $16.00 Footwear Values These are opportunities of the season, hundreds of smart footwear styles, reduced for this storewide selling. Better Footwear Discontinued patterns in finer slippers and ties, ladies;' and misses', high or medium heels. $2.85 Newest Slippers Smart new styles in black and brown kid, all slues, including many Enna Jetticks. $4.85 English Chintz Smart for drapery, pillows, scarfs new patterns and colorings, 38- inches wide. Printed Silks Cortlcella contempora silk prints in the newest color combinations smart colorings. $1.86 yard Bridal Sheets 81x90 linen finish bed sheets, finest quality and perfect seams —torn to size. $1.29 Summer Bags Clever new hot weather bags in calf and patent, all white and combinations of black and white. $1.19 White Gloves Vun Raulte better quality fabric gloves in svhito and colors, new slip-ou styles now popular. $1.00 ./ Rayon Snuggies The new fitted lace top one- piece garment with French pan- tie legs—32 to 38. $1.00 1 —— Silk Crepes ABC fast color plain or printed silks a most popular material for dresses or lingerie. 98c yard Wash Dresses New styles in lawn, broadcloth, shantung, all fast colors, Including values to $2.25. $1.79 Bay on Pajamas Fine smart color combinations In two styles, new wide leg models, sizes 6 to 38, regular $1.45. $1.00 SIXXXXISM^^

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