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The Algona Upper fles Mollies, Algoaa, towa, October 26,1983 140 Druggists at Meeting Here; Send Telegram to F. D. R. The annual meeting of the eighth . district of the Iowa Pharmaceutical association was held at the Algona Country Club Wednesday evening with 140 persons present. Eleven doctors were guests and 11 counties were rep- tesented from all parts of the district. During the afternoon, golf was played by the men and bridge was played , by the women. Dinner was served at 6:45 o'clock. Theo. Chrlschilles gave the address ' of welcome at the banquet. "Dusty" Miller gave an interesting and humorous talk. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Al; gona, talked on the history of medicine. Mr. Cook, Humboldt, accompanied by Jils wife, sang a solo and led in the ' group singing, jr. W. Slocum, Indian• ola, state secretary of the Pharmaceutical association, paid tribute to the late Al Palkenhalner, Algona, past president of the association. • The NRA code was discussed in the business session and it was the opinion of the group that druggists had been misrepresented by the large corporations and that the greatest number of druggists were not fairly represented. A committee of three, Con Keneflck, Eagle Grove, K. D. James, Algona, and J. Hubbell, Humboldt, was appointed to send telegrams to President Roosevelt, Secretary Wallace, Hugh H. Johnson, Senator Murphy and the consumer's advertising board concerning their needs. Cut Rate and White Groceries Decorate The Cut Rate Grocery, which is one of Algona's newest business houses, located first door west of Swift & Co., lias recently been decorated throughout in a color scheme of white trimmed with blue and presents a fine appearance. Donald White, owner and manager of the store, has put forth considerable effort to make the store attractive. He carries a good line of THE WEEKLY RECORD Market* Grain Corn, White $ yellow 32 mixed 31% Oats Hogs-Sows Hogs, 200-260 $3.80 Hogs, 260-300 3.50 Hogs, 300-350 3.20 Packing Sows, 300-350 2.8C Packing Sows, 350-400 2.5C packing Sows, heavy 2.3C Hogs, 140 3.20 Hogs, 160 3.40 Hogs, 180 3.50 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Cream $-20 Weather October 18 55 October 19 51 October 20 < 61 October 21 57 October 22 48 October 23 48 October 24 49 32 37 31 40 28 29 groceries and is enjoying a rapidly growing business. His father, W. A. White, well known Algona grocer for the past decade or mure, has also been improving his store and recently remodeled the windows and decorated the interior of the IWhite grocery. He also added a new refrigerator case and turned his other one over to Don. New Vehicles Licensed H. M. Vinson, Algona, 1933 Chevrolet coach. New Court Cases Filed None In past week. Real Estate Tranfers Caroline Beenken, widow, to E. H. Lougee, for $1 and other valuable consideration, the NEU of Sec. 14, Twp. 98. R. 28, west of the fifth P. M. Lee O. Wolfe (admin.) to K. H. Lougee, for $250, NEU of Sec. 14, Twp. 98, R. 28, west of the fifth P. M. M. J. Wolfe to G. S. Buchanan, Receiver, Bank of LuVerne, for $1 and other valuable consideration, lots 10 and 11 In block 8, town of LuVerne. Jos A. Smith Co., a corporation, to 11, TWp. 95 N., R. 29 west of fifth P. M., two rods west and seven rods south of southwest corner of block 77 of original plat of Algona, etc. John A. Winkel, Jr., and wife to John A. Winkei III (Hettinger, N. D.) for *1 and other valuable consideration, one undivided one-third Interest in SW% of NE% and the N% of 6E% of Sec. 13, Twp. 98, R. 29. Ernest Fehr and wife to Margaret Fehr, for one dollar and other good and valuable consideration, SW%, except part east of drainage ditch, and that part of SEV4 west of drainage ditch, In section 7, Twp. 94 N., R. 30, west of the fifth P. M. Fall Pep Meeting at Ft. Dodge Today The fall pep meeting of the eighth district of the Legion and Auxiliary is being held today at the Warden Hotel in Fort Dodge. Business meetings will be held during the day and in the evening a joint banquet and dance will be given for both the Legion and Auxiliary. A large delegation from here drove to Port Dodge to attend. These pep meetings are held in the spring and fall and many state officers are present. General Hospital News October 23, Albert Schlpull of Lu- Verne submitted to a minor operation. October 23, Jesse Ford of Hayfleld was admitted for medical treatment. Congregational Church Jubilee Jottings Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued during the past week to Allvan Weaver of Whlttemore and Melba Rucker of Algona; Orris Frlsbie of Corwith and Esther Shank of Pocahontas; Axel H. Stark and Emma Krause of St. James, Minnesota . WHITTEMORE NEWS Special Nazarene Services Planned Special services will be held during all Sundays in November by the Nazarene church, here, Rev. A. W. Irwin has announced, to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of the founding of the sect. At the Sunday sermon, Rev. Irwin will outline plans for the coming month. The church was founded in Los Angeles in 1895. Each Sunday will be devoted to a particular phase of the work the church is doing. Karl Lander, for valuable consideration, commencing at point on N. line of E. Main St. in Colby's addition, Wesley, 170 ft. east of E. line of East St., thence W. 150 ft. along N. line of E. Main St., thence N. 28.3 fet., in a NE direction 155.2 ft. and 1186 ft. radius curve, etc. Marguerite Richardson and W. A. Richardson, to L. C. Strand, for $675 consideration, all part of out lot E on N. line, parallel with and distant N. 130 ft. from N line of Edmund St. and E. by a line parallel and distant, 100 ft. from east line of Logan St., and S. by said N. line of Edmund St., etc., all in town of Ledyard. Nick WUlger and wife, to James Allen and wife, for $1 and other valuable consideration, beg. at point on W. line of lot 3, sec. 11, twp. 95 N. R. 29, west fifth P. M., two rods west and 11 rods S. of SW corner of block 77 of original plat of Algona, etc. Nick Willger and wife, to Gertrude S. Good, for $4,000 consideration, beg. at point on W. line of Govt. lot 3, Sec. Give Your Radio a Chance Your radio is your greatest source of entertainment. Keep it at its best. We have modern equipment and guarantee all repair work. Radio Service Over Long's Food Shop Call 44. Mary Joyce O'Brien spent a few days visiting with Eileen O'Brien in Algona. The public school started Monday after a week of corn husking vaca- lon. Ray Oliver has his Rural Service ,ruck in Humboldt, where the company s painting it. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Kollasch spent Sunday at the John Laubenthai home at Wesley. Ella Burke returned home Sunday from attending the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Joyce. L. W. Swanson spent a few days in Chicago attending the Century of Progress the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert and family of New Richland, Minn., visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oliver spent Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Omelin of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Knecht and family spent Sunday at the Dave Mathias home at Thornton. Helen Farrell of Forest City visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nell Farell and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Mary Joyce spent Sunday at the Maurice Bernhard home at Bancroft. Lawrence Doyle of Williams, Iowa, visited over Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle. Dr. and Mrs. McCreery and Father Veit spent a few days in Chicago attending the Century of Progress. Mrs. John Bisenius, Francis and Lucille spent a few days last week at the John Laubenthai home at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, and MT. Kossuth Hospital News October 20, A. L. Benschoter of Irv ington had his tonsils removed. October 22, Mr. Brlggs of Ledyard entered for medical treatment. October 23, Eugene Keith of Algona entered because of injuries received. October 24, Mrs. L. H. Tripp of Al gona is a patient at the hospital for medical treatment. October 19, Mrs. Dennis Pratt en terrd the hospital as a medical patient She is doing very well now and ex pects to be home the last part of the week. Nurses from the Kossuth hosplta who attended the nurses state conven. tion at Sioux City from Wednesday until Friday were Marie Lichter, Leona Blerstedt and Nelta Crawford. Presbyterian Church Rev, C. Pan! Carlson, pastor Sunday School, 10 o'clock. Church service, 11 o'clock. St. Thomas Church Louis Dennlnghoff, M. Th., rector Twentieth Sunday after Trinity. Early Communion and sermon, 8 a. m. Church School, 10 a. m. Visitors are always welcome. and Mrs. Walter Ohm of Fenton spent the week end visiting friends at Anamosa. Elml Barber and R. H. Zumach went to Chicago with a truck load of poultry and to attend the Century of progress. Frank Bestenlehner and daughter, Annette were in Fort Dodge last Tuesday. Miss Annette had her tonsils removed- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandal are the proud parents of a baby girl. This gives them a family of four boys and lour girls. i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan are the proud parents of a nine pound baby boy. This Is their first boy and they also have two girls. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fenly and family of Flint, Michigan, are visiting the Lawrence Doyles. Mrs. Fenly before her marriage was Anna Doyle. Billy Biggins and Harold Rath attended the homecoming at Iowa city last week. They were accompanied as far as Marengo by Mrs. Ray L. Bur-, dine, who visited her folks there. Methodist Church C. V. Hulse, pastor The Woman's Home Missionary Society meets with Mrs. Skinner this afternoon. Members and friends are earnestly invited. "Every Member Present Day" observed last Sunday inspired the presence of a great throng for both Sunday School and church services, and was helpful in many ways to both pastor and people. Let's make every Sunday "Every Member Present Day." The high school boys are real enthusiastic about their plans for a bigger and better class. They propose to make the northwest corner of the Sunday School hot enough to grow tropica! fruits. The Congregational church has lived for seventy-five years in Algona. Like folks, it has grown happily In strength and vigor, like folks, there have been years of waning health and vitality, in its old age some of the beauty of youth seems lost. Perhaps we have a lessening urge to be as kind and attentive to its age as to its youth. Shall we come together to renew old friendship recall pleasant memoMes forget sad ones and do honor to this old church and its founder and inspiration, Father Taylor. * * • It is great to live in an age when we can fly back to one of the Green Mountain hills of Vermont and stand before the log cabin where Father Taylor was born one hundred and eight yearg ago. # 0 • He came to Algona in 1866, when we had just eight houses. One of them was the Town Hall in which Father Taylor held his first meetings. * * » Mrs. Ingham used to tell of her first Sunday in church where the congregation sat around the wall on slabs with the bark for cushions and stakes stuck into the ground for legs. * * • Did the magic of the logs give to this pioneer leader the clean warmth of the sunshine, the forceful strength of the winds, the healing power of rain? A remarkable man with a zeal for service, friendship for people, humor to meet the situation. • • » Fifty people were there, most of them young men. Algona's first sermon was preached by a man by the name of Marks who said In his sermon, "I hain't got much larnln," and demonstrated it when he told of a body that had turned to stone, "and when the grave was opened the woman was :ound verbatim." The church should rejoice that the first years were guid- °d by the culture of a Father Taylor rather than the ignorance of a Marks. Membership Project Since the home talent show, the Algona unit of the Auxiliary has completed its membership campaign which was conducted in the manner of a con* test with Mrs. O. D. Brundage as captain of one side and Mrs. I». E. Hovey, captain of the other side and Mrs. W. p. FrencH, major of the whole membership project, their quota wan &U: renewed and fulfilled in a week's time and several additional members were gained. It has been reported that all the units in Kossuth county are 100 per cent in their membership quota. !•••••«••»•»•••••••••••*••••••••••••••• I Announcement [ Extraordinary Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m. The Reformation festival will be celebrated Sunday. Sunday School teachers' meeting at 7:30 p. m. The Ladies' Aid will meet next week Thursday at the home of Mrs. Louis Hlntz with Mrs. Ed Hackbarth as as- RICE 31bs. Cut Rate Grocery Friday and Saturday Specials First Door West of Swift's NAVY BEANS 3 Ibs. SUGAR 10 pounds 49c RAISINS 2 pounds _ lie MILK, tall cans, 3 for _ 17c SALT, two lOc sacks _ 15c DRIED PEACHES two pounds for 21c POTATOES, per peck 15c DRIED APRICOTS, two pounds for 25c GREEN TEA, one-half pound 9c MUSTARD, large jar 12c DILL PICKLES per quart 14c Bacon 9c Pound, Sliced Bacon 2 Ibs. 25c o°^r.. f :f;. n : s . M !.29c I BUTTER, Pound - 22c *^a^***^^i*^mm£m^mmmm*memmmm^mmmmmm^mmmm Syrup Golden 5 Ibs. _ 25c 10 Ibs 45c Corn Flakes or Bran Flakes 9C,, 3 for LDL I 1 I peaberry Coffee 1 lb. 17c 3 Ibs. 45c Longhorn Cheese 1 C _ per lb. _ 1J <Toilet Tissue, 1,000 Sheets, 3 Rolls - 12c Cranberries 2 Ibs. Plenty of Parking Space Produce Buyers Next Door WE DON'T BUY EGGS Swaet Potatoes, 7 Ibs. "BUSIEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN 1 sisting hostess. Confirmation at 10 a. m. instructions Saturday Baptist Church Arthur S. Hueser, pastor How would you like to see a 100 per cent membership attendance at the services? This is what we are asking for next Sunday. Will you make a real effort to be present? Bring some friends and let us together dedicate the improvements made recently upon our church. There will be special music oy the choir both morning and evening. The nine piece orchestra will appear at the evening service. Besides having your attendance at ,he preaching services we want you also in the Sunday School and young people's service. These services are being better attended from Sunday to Sunday. Make it a point to be present. We invite the friends of this church to worship with us. Church of the Nazarene Kev. A. \V. and Hazel Irwin, pastors Sunday Bible school at 9:45. A special rally day program will be one of the features on Sunday, Oct. 29, on the opening day of the Silver Jubilee Anniversary of our church. The morning message will be concerning the growth of the church and the blessings that have come through its ministry. The Silver Jubilee Anniversary will continue through the month of November with something special each Sunday. Congregational 'Church Robert J. lloerner, Minister The L. O. A. class will be entertained at a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mrs. Ted Larson, Friday, October 27th at 7:30 p. m. Everyone attending is asked to come in costume, The assisting hostesses are Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Warren Laird, and Mrs. Alma Pool. Services for Sunday, October 29th, Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning Worship at 11 o'clock. The young people of this church will act as hosts to a regional conference of Congregational-Christian young people Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Delegations are expected from Brltt, Buffalo Center, Forest Cflty, Wesley, Garner, clear Lake and Mason City. The conference will center its discussion around the booklet by Dr. Walter Judd, "A Philosophy of Life That Works." Milwaukee Officials Pass Through Algona Officers and directors of the Milwaukee Road passed through Algona, owa, Sunday, October 22nd, on their annual inspection tour of the railroad. This year's trip covers 3,000 miles in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and Indiana. The party left Chicago, Saturday, October 21st, and will return there Thursday, October 2th. Included In the group through here were H. A. Scandrett, President and Director of the road; H. E. Byram, chairman of the board; the following directors: W. W. Colpitts, Fairman H. Dick, Rowland S. Davis, Robert T. Swaine, S. H. Fisher, M. J. Cleary, Mark W. Potter, Plerpont V. Davis and George W. Bovenizer; and W. W. K. Eparrow, J. T. GlT.ick, H. E. Pierpont and R. J. Marony, vice president; O. W. Dynes, general counsel; D. C. Curtis, chief purchasing officer; c. S. Jefferson, general solicitor; O. N. Harstad, general manager; W. H. Penfleld, engineer, maintenance of way; Supt. W. F. Ingraham of the Iowa & Dakota division and other division officers. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale SHEEP FOR SALE—Solid mouthed western breeding ewes, 4 and 5 years old. On sufficient inquiries ewes will je brought to Algona for your inspection. Watch for later notice.—Howard Corwin, Rock Valley, Iowa. 4F3, Phone 43-44* FOR SALE—Buick sedan. Cheap. —Mrs. J. J. McCall, 114 E. North St. Phone 131-J. 43 Motor Oil for Cold Mornings—39c per gal. 37c per gal. in 5 gal. lots.— loast to Coast Store. 43 Huge Tire Sale, 30x3.5 tires $2.98.— Coast to Coast Store. 43 FOR SALE—32 used shredders, 4 corn pickers, 1 sheller, 2 light plants, 2 electric milkers, 8 tractors and plows, 5 portable mills, etc.—Mielke, New Hampton, Iowa. 42-43 Alcohol—denatured. 188% proof. 54c per gal.—Coast to Coast Store. 43 FOR SALE—Threshers or corn shell- ers' liens. Algona Upper Des Moines. B2-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirschs Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tl For Bent FOB RENT—Partly modern 6 room house. $15 per month.—Mrs. J. J. Mo- Call, 114 E. North St. Phone 131-J. 43 First Lutheran Church M. A. Hostrand, pastor The bazaar workers will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom. This is the last meeting of the workers, so let's have all our ladies present. Remember the Sunday School party tomorrow in Luther hall. Choir practice tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday School and Bible class next Sunday at 10 a. til, Morning services next Sunday at 11 o'clock. This is Church Paper Week. Let's subscrbe and learn more about the activities of our church. Let us keep in mind the annual bazaar and faU- on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The Every Member Canvass will be conducted on Sunday, Nov. 12. FOR RENT—Unfurnished 5 room modern duplex apartment. % block from Court House square. Inquire Harry V. Hull, Examiner in Charge Kossuth Co. State Bank. 41-tf Wanted See Frank Stebrltz about corn shredding. 412 North Minnesota St., Algona. '42-43* Lost-Found TAKEN UP—Male hog. Owner identify and pay costs.—D. H. Wagner, Livermore. 43-45* FOUND—stray Hampshire boar at the C. J. Sill farm, 8E of Algona. Owner may have same by identifying, paying for this ad, and keep at the farm. 43 TO LOSE FAT MU« M. Katner of Brooklyn, N. Y. Writes: "Have used Kruichen for the pot 4 jnontlli ftiiil U»vo not only lust 85 pound* but feel »o much bettor In every way. Even for people who don't care to reduce, Kriucben Is wonderful to keep the system healthy. I being a nursa cbould know for I've tried 10 many things but only. Kriuchen .answered *U purposes." (Mejr IX, W3J8). TO lose fat SAFELY and HAliMLESS. LY, take a bait teuspoonful of Kruscbeu Baits In a glau of not water la the morning before breakfast—don't ml«* ft morning—a bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but » trifle—get Krvunbea Salts at any drugstore In America. If not Joyfully aatlifle? utter the first bottle— money back. Forward With Confidence We have just completed the purchase of probably the largest single order for store fixtures ever shipped into Algona. We bought almost the entire main-floor equipment of the bankrupt John's store of Fort Dodge, which, when placed in our own down states, will make GhrtechUles & Herbst the most beautiful, most up-to-date store in Northern Iowa. FORWARD WITH CONFIDENCE is the watch word of this progressive Institution. Last Spring, we purchased a new carpet for our ready-to-wear department and our sales this Fall show that customers appreciate our desire to give them a clean, modern, up-to-the-minute salesroom. These new, modern store fixtures aggregate over 300 feet of counters, electric lighted show cases, shelving and wall units and will replace almost every inch of our present main store equipment. You just won't "know" your favorite store. This new equipment will be Installed immediately and our store will be closed October 30th while stock is being rearranged. Following this a great remodeling sale will be held, announcements of which will appear in a few weeks. Watch for our greatest sale. !•••••• The Unforgetable Gift The Christmas Present that Is Dearer Vear After Year Years from now, your friends, and others cjose to you will thank .you for giving them such a Christmas gift. The little fellow is never as sweet as now, and what a picture he will make. We urge you to phone early for a sitting, so that we will not be rushed. Peterson Studio Phone 34-W Here is the convenient station to fill up on gas and oil, for here yon get real service with a smile, real products. No inferior grades in either gas or oil are carried, thus assuing you of the best possible in mileage, speed and motor co-ordination. We are the first to lower prices and the first to maintain them. Try us today when you refuel. Coryell "70" Hi Anti Knock, gal 17 1-lOc per gallon 16 5-10c Coryell Service Station One block South Iowa State Bank

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