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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 16,1933 FRIDAY NIGHT AGAINST BANCROFT Hew Uniforms Make Classy Apearatice; Rake Loses Two Preliminaries Ledyard: on Friday night the boys And girls' basketball teams played the first games of the season here with Rake. The boys wore their new suits, Which are the most attractive. The? are purple and white with Ledyard on the front of the .Jersey. Both games were rather one-sided, the scores being Ledyard girls 33, Rake 7: Ledyard boys 45, Rake 8. Coach Dunmlre of Tl- tonka was the referee. Next Friday night the first conference games will t»e played here with Bancroft. The •Bancroft parochial team will also play. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Winter of Bwea city visited at the Estle home on Sunday. Mrs. Julius Jensen and Helen of Buffalo Center visited at the Yahnke home last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauman of Blue Earth visited at the parental home here last Thursday. Lawrence Mavne had an Infection in his hand this past week and had to have It lanced. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Welfare and Doris •visited at the Ralph Johnson home in OUckeen last Thursday. Tice Brack and Wilson and Alethla attended the Grant bazaar and chicken sunper Friday evening. Leon warden and Asa Warner left last Monday for Armstrong where they are buildlnsr a new house. W. M. Herzog of Baxter, visited at the Win. Green and Herman Herzog homes over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer and two sons visited over the week end at the parental Hartshorn home. SPECIALS First Prize Flour 1 CQ 49 Ib. bag l«u«/ Vanilla Wafers per pound Soda Crackers 2 pound caddy Sliced Beets deep red, No. 2 can ... Split Peas green and yellow, 2 IDS.. Clothes Pins Dime carton and 3-10c pkgs. La France Mollasses Brer Rabbit, small can 15c 22cl lOc 17c 24c 15c Council Oak Cocoa O7 r 2 Ib. can *"*** Prince Albert and 1 f\ f Velvet, regular tin .... 1V*> Soap C r Peet's Pine Tar, large cake «/V. Oxydol, large package Oatmeal 9C r 9 Ib. bag 4.OC Frute-Gel per package Toilet Soap Camay, per bar Wheat Cereal Robb-Ross, per pkg. Raisins, t pound bag School Tablets each The Methodist Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the home Of Mrs. 3. B. Mayer. All ladies are cordially nvlted. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry spent the week end in Rochester. Mrs. Walsh returned with them after several weeks' visit there. The Missionary society will meet on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Knoner. All Interested are cordially invited. Mrs. Howard Jensen of LeMars came Thursday to visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz. Mr. Jensen came for her Sunday. The King's Heralds mislsonary society met with their leader, Mrs. Edward Knoner Saturday afternoon. The Light Bearers mef with Mrs. E. T. Halverson. The M. E. Aid held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Jenks Saturday evening. Plans were made for the annual bazaar to be held Wednesday, Dec. 6th. Elmer Burrows drove to Albla, Minnesota, Wednesday to take Reuben Green and Mr. Thaves of Lakota back to their work. He returned home on Thursday. Mrs. Hargreaves of Algona visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Strand, Thursday. Mrs. strand has been ill the cast week and Is still confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walsh, Josephine Weldemeyer and Rev. Sturm drove to Rochester last Tuesday to visit Miss Weldemeyer's brother who is In the hospital there. On last Monday and Tuesday evenings the high school basketball teams held an interclass tournament. The money raised was used to help on the- boys' new suits. The junior girls and boys were winners for the high school and the seventh srade boys and girls won In the lunlor high game. Arthur and Elmer Zlelske were the referees. Miss Stranahan has started work on the junior high declamatory with 22 students entering. Those who are out are Wesley Schultz, Billy Bauman, Harold Long, Howard Nitz, Edna Leslie, lona Wentworth, Lois Reece, Beulah Looft, Bernard Wentworth, Arlowe Blome, Glen Dyer, Agnes Junkemeler, Delores Hassebrock, Alvent Halverson, Geneva Gelhaus, Ruth Estle, Betty Matzner and Marie welfare. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen entertained at a bridge party at their home last Thursday evening. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Mar- jorle Stranahan, Norma Kelly, Ruth Jones, Adelaide Randall, Alice Dunham, Genevleve Kitley, Juanita Underkofler, Janice Williams. Harold Granner, Bill Wiemer, Frank Moulton, Alvln Carpenter and Lawrence plngle. World* Pair Film* Shown by Muhleman Rev. W. O. Muhlemtm, district superintendent of the Methodist church, has a hobby of taking pictures, and it provided the local Rotary club with a half hour of entertainment, Monday noon, in the Algona hotel. While at the Worlds Pair, Rev. Muhleman made a pretty thorough camera review of the more prominent buildings and exhibits and his fllms kept the Rotarians engrossed throughout. Rev. Muhleman added verbal comments as the films progressed. He also showed a reel of subject matter pertaining to Boy Boout camps and work in connection with selnnig, propagating and distributing fish, taken at Spirit Lake. MISS LOUISE LAPPE, BANCROFT, AND WALTER GOCHE, WED ON TUESDAY St. John's Church Scene of Ceremony; Leave on Their Honeymoon Colt Sells for $40 The auction sale held at the Riddle Sale Pavilion last Saturday was a big success. A number of Holsteln spring heifers were sold at an average of $26. Other stock was in good demand and sold accordingly. The market was topped when a last spring's colt sold for $40. WEST BEND NEWS 1 C r ****• The Bay View club met with Mrs. C. J. Dewitt Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ohlerklns and children returned Tuesday from Eagle Grove. Misses Agnes, Wllma and Frances Henlev attended a party in Ottosen Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mis. Joe Mikes, Jr. and two children of Fairfax, Minnesota, spent Sunday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mikes, ST. Mr. and Mrs. William Hundertmark were called to Conrad Sunday night during the night by the aerlous illness of his brother. Wm. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham and daughter, Mrs. Stewart Fal- lls attended the funeral of a relative in Livermore Friday. The Hope Circle met at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Giles Gist and Mrs. Perry DeGroote as hostesses. B. F. McFarland is able to be at the store again after his recent illness. Mrs. Arthur Simmons Is still connn- ed to her bed by Illness. Mrs. Fisher and-a friend from Emmetsburg spent Wednesday afternoon visiting Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg and attended the bazaar supper. The woman's Home and Foreip Missionary society will meet at tne home of Mrs. Chas. Dewitt Friday afternoon. Lunch will be served. A miscellaneous shower was given at the home of Mrs. W. E. White on Monday afternoon for Mrs. Mike Monarch. She received many useful gifts from her friends. The ladies of the Presbyterian church held their annual bazaar and supper at the church, Wednesday evening, NOV. 8 The candy booth was in charge of Mrs. Conde and Mrs. Clark, the fancy work, Mrs. Chas. Dewitt and Mrs/wash karris and Mrs. C. O. Miller had charge of the ever popular grab bags. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Mrs. May Harris killed and dressed ducks all Friday, getting them ready for the market. Miss June Bolenus entertained a friend, Miss Towne from Algona at her home northeast of Sextoo over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven and three daughters of Algona attended Sunday School and church in Sexton last Sunday morning. Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, Herman, were dinner guests last week Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and family near Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and little son, Harvey Duane of Bun were Saturday afternoon visitors at the parental homes in and near sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum and children of Garner were Sunday visitors at the home of his' brother, Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and family. Mrs. Stanley Gardner and little daughter of northwest of Algona were Saturday evening visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mayme Huff here in town. Mrs. F. M. Brethorat underwent an operation last week Thursday for ruptured appendix at the Ko&suth hospital in Algona. She has been quite ill but is better now. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hartman of Waterloo were visitors last week Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley. Mrs. Hartman is a brother of Mrs. Hartley. George Tldball and son, George of Ottumwa came Friday evening and spent the night with their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr and family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield of near Irvington were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mis Arthur Greenfield and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woods and Jake Mitchell, all of Cambria, returned home Monday morning after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Taylor and family during the pheasant hunting season and over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Taylor and three sons. Bex, Mitchell and Dean of Sexton, Jake Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Woods of Cambria were Sunday dinner guests at Gilmore City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson and family. The Johnson family were old neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and two children, Robert and (June of near Doan, Mr. and Mrs. John Pink anc son. Bobbie and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and little son, Keith, all of Ti- onka, Mrs. Henry Hawlev and daugh- er. Naomi DeWilde and the latters ittle daughter, Constance Joy, of Maon City and a Miss Towne of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Bancroft: St. John's church was the seme of a pretty wedding Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock, when Miss Louise Lappe became the bride of Walter Gocne. Rev. Scholtes spoke the words that united the young couple for life. The attendants for the couple were itiss Victoria GOche, a sister of the room and Louis Lappe, a brother of lie bride. The bride was gowned in •hite satin, and wore an embroidered ell. She carried a bouquet of white oses. Her bridesmaid was attired in light blue silk gown and her bouquet was pink carnations. After the wedding ceremony, the cuple motored to the home of the ride's parents where a wedding dinner was served to the bridal couple and near relatives, A large number of friends were served at a supper which was followed by a dance. The bride Is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lappe of Bancroft. Miss Lappe is a charming young lady nd has assisted her mother hi the lome duties since her school days. The eroom Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Goche, also of Bancroft. Mr. Goche has been engaged on his ather's farm for many years and is a ileasant, and congenial young man. After a short honeymoon the young ouple will reside with the bride's par- nts until March when the' -'" n a farm of their own. '. riends wish for them a long and happy wedded life. Shot Accidentally LuVerne: One of the pheasant hunters from Des Moines who was staying at t!:e Frank Chambers home was ac- cldentaly shot in the leg Saturday while hunting. He was taken to Algona for treatment. Council Minutes WINTER During the colder months your car has to be regulated and lubricated in order that vou get the same nne pci- formance from it as you do during the summer months, We are equipped to do tnat iob for you, thoroughly and - 1 —r reasonably. Bring in your car today. Lubricants Skid Chains Battery Service Towing Clapp's Master Service Phone 26. Purol Pep Gas and Rtove Gas. Furnace Oil ;v will move Their many Algona, Iowa, octctti 26, 193.1: City council met In regular F.n.sion on this dny at the city hall, an I mong other Ih'ngs al'.iwed the folljwlng bills: Eectric Fund J. W. Kelly, salary $145.00 Leo Bellock, salary 129.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 Tom Halpln, salary 120.00 Ray Barton, salary 113.00 H. E. Btephenson, salary 116.00 C. O. Wright .salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 Helmer Helmers et al, labor 5.78 35.51 Mr. and Mrs. Becker are the parents of a boy born last week. Ben Wesselman moved into the Carl Dahlhauser home last week. Mrs. Fred Erickson of St. Joe is vis- tine at the Ben Brink home this week. The stork visited the Clifford Rlngs- dorf home Thursday and left a baby Rirl. Nick Nemmers, a carpenter and pain- :er, has two days of work in Lone Rock his week. Patrick Grames has been aulte sick he last two weeks but is showing much improvement of late. Mrs. Walter Welp from Humboldt was visltintr at the Mike Saunders and Charlev Baker homes. Red Guest was operated on Friday afternoon for appendicitis. Nurse Cal- iista Elsbecker assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch are the parents of a boy born Monday night. He was named Patrick John. Mrs. Peter Berens entertained at two tables of bridge in honor of Mrs. Andy Berens of Chicago recently. Mrs. N. E. Sheridan won high orize. Dr. Lattimer of Springfield whose wife is iri the hospital in Buffalo Center, was here for a few hours with his mother, Mrs. V. J, Lattimer. Miss Olga Elsbecktr, R. N., arrived home last Friday for a week or ten days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsbecker. Gordon Saunders of Dubuoue Is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Saunders. His two sons arrived Saturday to accompany him home. "Rose of the Southland" a three act comedy, -will be nresented Tuesday ev- enlnsr, Nov. 30th In St. John's auditorium by the pupils of St. John's school. Mrs. George carmean, Mrs. Guy Hart and Mrs. John Williams drove to Sioux City Friday for the week end. Mrs. Hart's daughter, Antoinette, Is attending Briar Cliff College In Sioux Citv. Mrs. Williams has a sister living there. Jack Hills, Louis Guam and Glen Weeks all of Carroll came up for the hunting season and stayed at the L. Elsbecker home until Sunday. Their wives arrived Sunday afternoon and were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Elsbecker. Fulton iron Works, mdse. WesUnghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse 293.33 Fairbanks, Morse & Co., mdse... 10.90 Security Petroleum Co., gas oil 225.27 Electric Supply Co., mdse 101.34 Line Material Co., mdse 12,60 Terry Durln Co., mdse 29.83 Koch Bros., mdse 2.81 Midland Chemical Laboratories, mdse 08.27 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. . 32.76 Standard Oil Co., gas 10.86 Western Union, service 10.24 Tire Service Co., repairs 2.00 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 1.62 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 1.60 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service 23.20 Ernst Thlel, meter reading .. 15.81 S. J. Backus, P. M., envelopes .. 67.78 S. J. Backus, P. M., box rent ... .75 Haggard & Waller, printing .. 22.78 dvance Publishing Co., printing 26.13 ollector of Internal Revenue, August tax 107.08 ly. Express Agency, express .. 1.44 . J. Norris et al, refund deposit 10.00 Lloyd Hauback, labor 1.75 *. W. Post, frt. and dray 80.65 Cresco Union Electric Co., sign . 3.81 Water Fond W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Ostrum, salary 115.01 Harry Barton, salary 111.0( jaura Mitchell, salary 95.0( 2arl Bowman, salary 73.00 Crane Company, mdse 48.21 ftftgman Co., mdse 63.86 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. .. 210.6 Geo. E. Williams, mdse 4.7! Laing & Muckey, mdse 4.3 Helmer Helmers, labor. 1.23 U. I. Water Laboratories, water test 1.0 I. W. Post, frt. and dray 53.07 ~~. R. Cowan & Son, mdse. and labor on tower 201.52 General Fond Frank Green, salary 108.00 THE WEEKLY RECORD New Cases Filed 14778—Equitable Life vs Fred Selberg and Mae Selberg, wife, Henry Selwold, defendants. Equity foreclosure. 14779—Equitable Life vs Anna A. Smith and Edna smith, his wife, Harm Bockholt, defendants. Equity foreclosure. 14780—The Meyer Furnace Co. vs W. J. Slgsbee, defendant. Law account. 14781—Titonka Savings Bank vs. Menno Fuls, Dick Fuls, defendants. ffrit of attachment. 14782—Equitable Life vs O. J. Rorem and Elizabeth Rorem, his wife and Saren Skeie, S. R. Oswald, defendants. Squity foreclosure. 14783—Metropolitan Life vs Las Loge, it all. Equity foreclosure. 14785—John Hancock Mutual Life vs James F. Murphy, et al. Equity fore- losure. 14785—Fred L. Doty vs. Herman Max Maine,. O. B. Albright, et al. Equity oreclosure. 14786—Elizabeth Pauline Amesbury Robert and Mary callles, defendants. Equity foreclosure. 14787—Equitable Life vs Nick Puhr- nann, et al. Equity foreclosure. Real Estate Transfers Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff to Lars M. Chelly, EV6 of 8E% of Sect. 9, Twp. 100 Range 27 W. 5th P. M. $6061.25. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., SW'/i of Sec. 28 in Twp. 200 N. R. 28 W. 5th P. M. $12,843.17. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., N% or SW% of Sec. 8, Twp. 99 N. R. 29, W. 5th P. M. $4691.34. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., NE% of Sec 28 in Twp. 100 N., R. 29, W. of 5th M. $13,532.85. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., NE>4 of Sec. 31, Twp. 100 N., R. 29 W. $17.198.07. Sheriff to Travelers ins, Co., NVfc of NEU and SW',4 of NE',4 and Gov. Lots 3 and 4, in Sect. 35, Twp. 95, N. R 29 west of 5th P. M. $16,984.72. Sheriff to Travelers Ins. Co., SE',4 of Sec. 31, Twp, 100, N. R. 29 W. 5th P. M. $17.246.36. Sheriff to Travelers Ins, Co., WV6 of NW fractional % of Sec. 4, in Twp. 95 N. R. 30, West 5th P. M. $8,630.16. Sheriff to Lincoln Joint Stock Land Smith, Bank, Lincoln, Neb., NW>4 of Sec. 6, Twp. 9! 240 acres more or less. and E% of R. 29, West— $19,937.76. Selma Vigars and husband to Joe Oreenberg, 1 acre of land, lot 10 ol Sec. 13, Twp. 95 N., in R. 29, West of 6th P. M., described as follows*** subject to mortgage and liens of record consideration, $1. D. W. Bates, Supt. of Banking of Iowa, to a. W. Bleich, SVfVt of except Ry., and E>/4 of NW>/4 of ofg Sec. 28, Twp. 97 N., R. 29 and out- lots 5 and 8 of subdivision of Wft of of SE'/i of Sec. 29, Twp. 97 N., R. 29, etc. *'* Town of Burt, $1 and other valuable consideration. Edward Hough, executor to Robert F. Donovan, south one acre of S. 8 7100 acres of W. 12 acres of N. 21 acres of govt. lot 6, and E 2 acres of w% of S. 40 acres of govt. lot 6 and N. 10 acres of E. 30 acres of govt. lot 6 all ocated in Sec. 10, Twp. 95 N., R. 29, W8 of 5th P. M., etc. Consideration, 300. Essie Sullivan to W. W. Sullivan, lots . and 2 in block 221 in Call's addition o town of Algona. $200. John Rode, Sr., to Emma Rode, Lots , 4, 5, 6 in block 18, Way's addition to own of Titonka. $1 and other consid- ration. Math Nemmers to Alice E. King, Lots i, 6, 7. 8 in block 12, Halloway's subdiv- sion, Bancroft. $2,000. Sheriff to D. W. Bates, Rec. Cty. Sav- ngs Bank, Lot 3, Block 56, Original own Algona, $1548.15. Kenneth L. Brayton to Margaret Brayton. Ground in Lot 3, block 240, Call's addition. $1 and other consid- iratlon. John E. Smith and wife to Mary E. of SE& of Sec. 13, Twp. '9 N., R. 28.. $1 and other consldera- ion. Geo. H. Bormann and wife to L. A. Andrew, Supt. of Banking, E'/6 of SW',4 of Sec. 16 in Twp. 94 N., R. 29 W., subject to $5,000 mortgage. $1 and other consideration. M. P. Haggard and wife to Marie Christophel. 31 rods E of SW corner, Sec. 22, Twp. 100, R. 29, etc. $484. Sheriff to D. W- Bates, Rec. Cty. Savings Bk., beg, at NE corner Lot 1, NE14 of NE'A of Sec. 11, Twp. 95 N., R. 29 of Auditor's plot, of Lot 1. $1.644.55. Sheriff to Travelers Ins., SW*/4 of Sec. 17 In Twp. 100 N., R. 29 W. $12,887.20. Sheriff to Travelers Ins., SWV4 and SMi of SEU of Sec. 31, Twp. 95 N., R. 29, etc. $25,692.61. E. H. Longee and wife to Metropolitan Life. NV6 of NW»/i of Ssc. 12 Twp. 97 N., R. 29. W. 5th P. M. $1 and other consideration. Eva E. Reeder, widow to Cedar Rapids Savings & Trust, 8% of SE% and NW',4 of of Sec. 27, Twp. 95 N. R. 30 W. Bth P. M. $1 and consideration. Sheriff to J. S. Crowell, lots 1, 2, 3 4, 6, 7, 8 in block 88 of original plat o.' Algona. $2276.25. Anna Edwards to Tillle Edwards and Edward Edwards, 1-3 int. in and U 6WU of Sec. 29, Twp. 94 N., R. 30 west 5th P. M. $1 and other consider ation. Ed Thode to Mary Thode, undlvidw 1-3 Int. in govt. lot 2, except tots and 2, *** Sec. 11, Twp. 94 N., R. 29 $1 and other consideration. A. Van Alstyne, salary 84.00 A. Van Alstyne, advance .. 54.00 om Akre, rent 10.42 olilhaRs & Spilles, mdse 3.15 .alph Elbert, mdse. & repairs 14.50 elciutch Super Service, mdse. .. .fi3 orthwestern Bell Tel. Co., service 3.25 >sse Lashbrook, salary 70.00 esse Lashbrook, advance 35.00 lllott Skllllng, man & team .. 75.40 Jliott Skilling, advance 38.40 Vllard Oregson, man & team.. 89.80 Vlllard oregson, advance 24.00 otils Hagg. labor 43.40 rank Skilling, labor 52.40 ieorge Gunder, labor 58.70 'liver Bnkken, labor 38.50 liver Bnkken, advance 10.50 id c. Spear, man and team .. 4.80 Vm. Durnnt et al, labor 62.10 tandard OH Co., asphalt .... 107.89 tandard Oil Co., gasoline .... 6.71 lear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., sand 28.10 Jeep Rock Oil Corp, gasoline .. 6.34 Dlapp's Master Service, repairs 5.30 Botsford Lumber Co., coal . 11.75 [esley & Johnson, mdse. .. . 5.21 '. S. Norton & Son, mdse. ... 45.03 tent Motor Co., repairs 4.55 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. .. . 9.75 t. R. Sorenson & Co., mdse. . .40 Cohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. . . 17.84 Greenberg, mdse 18.56 esse umbenhower, care of dump 12.50 Herbert Adams, labor 2.00 McMurray Bros., crossings .... 3.00 8. Norton St Son, mdse. .. 6.65 E. Chubb, engineering 26.00 H. R. Cowan & Son, labor .... 6.00 Sewer Fond W. Kelly, salary 25.00 Oscar Norman et al, manholes P. S. Norton & Son, mdse. P. S. Norton & Son, mdse. .. Kohlhnns A; Spilles, mdse. .. C. E. Chubb, engineering .. Peter Chubb, asst. engineer Qeo. L. Miller, mdse. & labor 18.05 147.86 40.38 2.61 58.60 18.60 28.07 Fire Fond C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Clapp's Master Service, repairs 2.00 Algona Fire Co., one fire 30.00 Band Fond Algona Military Band, levy — 500.00 Swimming Fool Fluid Bob Williams et al, labor 15.53 Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 11.16 for Real HEAT Coal is a dependable fuel. When you want heat, or more heat, you shovel PEERLESS coal Into your furnace, and you know that It will burn evenly and thoroughly, giving a constant source of warmth. Order your coal today from us. prompt delivery and low price. Phone 256. BOTSFORD Lumber Co. White's Grocery 19c Specials for Friday and Saturday BEANS 5 pounds 19c 'SALT 10 pounds 19c COEN FLAKES 2 packages I9c MACARONI 2 pounds 19c COCOA, 2 pounds 19c CAKE FLOUR 1Q C Airy Fairy, pkg. - 1Jt> FRESH DATES 2 pounds 19c SOAP iq c 10 bars laundry __ **' v Announcement In response to the many Inquiries for clasp envelopes we are glad to announce that we have just received a shipment of two sizes, 6"x9" and 9''xl2". These envelopes are gummed and have a metal clasp for sealing or making a temporary fastening. The Algona Upper Des Moines The Utmost in Style and Quality HUDSON SEAL COATS These coats of marvelous quality Hudson Seal, fashioned in the latest styles that are so flattering to both Miss and Mother, and at such amazingly low prices. Also many other beautiful coats that were purchased before the recent rise in prices, enabling us to pass this great saving on to you. Buy on Payment Plan Hudson Seal Coats _ _ Jap Mink Coats Raccoon Coats American Broadtail Coats Russian Pony Coats _ Marmink Coats Super Northern Seal Coats Silver Muskrat Coats Dark Muskrat Coats Northern Seal Coats _ $165.00 up .$275.00 up .$175.00 up .$125.00 up ..$98.50 up .$125.00 up .$110.00 up .$100.00 up ._ $98.50 up ..$75.00 up Repairing and Remodeling a Specialty Mason City Fur Shoppe, Inc. 217 N. Fed, Ave, Phone 641 H. H. Hirsch. Mason City, Iowa. R. S. Hirsch.

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