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The Algona tf pper Des Moines, AJgofiA, Iowa, Dec. T, WEST BEND TEAMS OPENCAGESEASON WITH 2 VICTORIES Was to Furnish Opposition in Tuesday Evening Games West Bend: The West Bend boys find girls basket ball teams played Cur- leW last Tuesday evening on the home floor and won. The girls won by a 37 to 11 score and the boys 34 to 4. The girls in the team this year are Margaret Berninghaus. Dorothy Miller. Helen Watson, Grace Sloan, end Caroline Graham. Miss Margaret Hayne Is the coach and Rickie Saunder and Florence Fdey are chcsr leaders. The boys' team is composed of Charles Foley, Bob Roberts, Donald Jacobs. Wm. Hoffert and Fred Kuecker. Mil- tori Wolto is the coach. The teams YOUR FRIEND »T MEALTIIHI clayed Whittemore Tuesday evening oil the home floor. Mike Henley to 111 With the Inflammatory rheumatism. Oscar Rile? was a business visitor in Port Dodge Monday. Wm. Riley was a business visitor In Llvermore Wednesday afternoon. Clarence Jacobs of Graettlnger spent Sunday at the B. Jacobs home here. Mrs. Raymond Altenberg has been suffering with a sieve of the aulnsy. The Catholic ladies held their bazaar Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto snent the Thanksgiving vacation at LuVerne with Mr. Woito's oarents. Mrs. George Moutag and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller were business visitors In Bode Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ohlerklng and two children snent Thanksgiving at Eagle Orove with her parents. Mrs. Myron Boos invited in a number of little friends of Sonny Boos on Saturday to helo him third birthday. celebrate his Mr. and Mrs. Raton Sloan and their daughter, Eulah of Cedar Falls came Thursday morning for a few days' vis- It with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Harr and their daughter, Jean, of Havelock spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and SPECIALS Friday and Saturday 19c lOc 13c Husker's Lotion 35c bottle Prince Albert & Velvet, can Blue Barrel Soap 3 bars for Corn Meal 5 pound bag Soft Shell Walnuts per pound Green Cut Beans, 1 A r No. 2 can J.Wi» Catsup, Council Oak, big botUe Peanut Butter Superb, quart jar Bulk Oatmeal OC p 9 pound bag fcrtlt. Cake Flour Robb-Ross, pkg. Council Oak Coffee OLJ r per pound t*v\* JPork & Beans, 1A p Morning Light, 2% can Ivt. Post Bran Flakes per pkg Pancake Flour family bag Sausage Seasoning large can Buckwheat Flour, pure, 5 pound bag Corn, Superb 1A r Superb, County Gentle- lvl» man, full size, No. 2 can Pink Salmon, tall can Wheat Cereal Robb-Ross, pkg. ... Brown Sugar 2 pounds Council Oak Syrup Q r Cruet w v. Apricots, choice, 2 pounds Peaches, choice, pound Raisins, 4 pounds Asstd. Peels, 3 dime pkgs lOc 29c 24c 9c 19c Mrs. Arthur Simmons. Ray Mlllei. or Fort Dodge spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. He is a teacher in Fort-Dodge schools. CLARENCE KRAMER OF ST. JOE WEDS MINNESOTA YOUNG WOMAN NOV. 28 Bridal Couple Entertain at Wedding Dance in Liv- ermotj Hall r. and Mrs. B. J. McOee and family of St. Paul came Friday for a week end visit at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham and daughter. Colletta .returned on Monday from Auburn, Iowa, where they snent Thanksgiving with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark and Mrs. Ethelvn Gregg spent Thanksgiving at Neola. Iowa, with the former's daughter. Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and family. Miss Bessie Sloan came from Buffalo Center where she is teaching. Wednesday evening, and spent her vacation at the home of her mother. Mrs. H. Sloan. Miss Oezlna Schutter soent the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jem; Schutter. She is a lunlor in Coe College In Cedar Rapids. Thanksgiving at Plerson. Iowa, with Thanksgiving at Fierson. Iowa, vlth relatives. Their daughters. Thelma and Grace who attend Mornlngside College. spent the dav there also. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller spent a few days In Kansas Cltv and attended the live stock show. While there Dr. Dorweller took an airplane ride to . Oklahoma City and visited his Se was an hour and a half going down but came back in one hour. .12Mc I5c *r» m 25c I Six Banks to Pay Dividends Soon Clarion, Iowa: P. V. Dougherty, Examiner, has announced the payment of dividends In tlw following banks, to be made shortly: Clarion Savings Bank, Clarion, Iowa, 10 per cent, $29,003.58; State Savings Bank, Gait, Iowa, 5 per cent, $2,703.71; Peoples Savings Bank, Hardy, Iowa, 10 per cent, $15,690.63; Farmers Savings Bank, Livermore, Iowa, 7 per cent, $4,663.28; State Bank of Livermore, Livermore, Iowa, 10 per cent, $14,490.80; Thor Savings Bank, Thor, Iowa. 12 per cent, $29,476.11. B. A. Schemel of Algona, Iowa, Is assistant examiner In charge of the two Livermore banks. Distinctive Glasses Wear modern and attractive glasses. Have your eyes examined. A. W. Amumon Optometrist Office located 1st door South Call Theater. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW R, J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW fe.mih m-u First Nat'l Bank Blk. ALGONA. IOWA J. U BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW tniiections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA I* R QCARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW O" "••• over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone. 427 ALGONA. IOWA A Hutchison T. C. Hutchison HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnbv Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, Iowa. * i VAN NESS * O. W. 8TTLLMAN LAWYERS on ice over Iowa State Bank, p- -nf 2i3-w Algona. Iowa Gxvinrd D. 8h urn way Edward D. Kelly SHIIMWAY St KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW ( • '. over Quinby & Krauw Building • ">n. a lows Phone M L. A. WTNKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW m Quinby Building. Phone ISO ALGONA. IOWA B. C. MoMAHON Attorney at Law ' mice over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona. Iowa Phone IV HIRAM a WHITE Attorney at Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW omce over Iowa Slate Bank Bldf. office Phone 460-J Ret. 815 Algona, low*. CARROL A, WANDER Attorney-at-Law •m»r postofflce Phone . W. Sullivan (dec'd) s. E. McMahon L. E. Lining SULLIVAN, McMAHON A LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings ALGONA. IOWA. PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rexall drug store. Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 838 ALGONA, IOWA. C. H. CEETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & physician Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Burgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 088. Algona, Iowa. P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 660. MELVIN O. BOURNE. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OSice over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 107 Res. 91) St. Joe: A pretty wedding took olace Tuesday morning, Nov. 28th at 6 ./clock at St. Francis DeSalls church In Claremont, Minn., when Miss Viola Philllos. oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips, became the bride of Clarence Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kramer of St. Joe. The haoov couple were attended bv Miss Hilda Phillies and Raymond Kramer, sister and brother of the bridal couple. The )rlde wore a beautiful floor-length white satin sown and a can-fitting veil. She carried a bouauet of Johanna Hill roses. The bridesmaid wore an ankle- ength yellow lace gown and .carried a jouquet of orchid chrysanthemums. Following .the ceremony the bridal >arty motored to the home of the Hide's parents where a wedding dinner was in waiting for them and the mem- isrs of the two immediate families. The following evening, Wednesday. Nov. 29. a wedding dance Was given by the young couple in the Livermore hall, music being furnished by an orchestra from Clare. The young couple left on Thursday afternoon for Claremont. Minn., where they will spend some time before they move to the farm now occupied by the Joseph Kramers, Mrs. E. J. O'Dell from Bancroft spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Ed Hammer. Irwin Friders snent several davs at the Peter Mueller home near Whittemore last week. Allda Thllges held a Thanksgiving program «t her school northwest of St. Joe Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dieter of West Bend were'Thanksirlving afternoon visitors at the Joe Becker home. Mrs. Joseph Becker. Sr., has been on the sick list. Mrs. Emma Becker is attending to the household duties. Mrs. Ed Hammer Is snendlng several days this week with her daughter. Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer and family in Alccona. Lucille Simon of St. Benedict came Wednesday night and soent several malned to visit her father. Gelffert Kueck, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore and Mrs. D. C. Gardner were at Des Moines a week ago last Wednesday. Mr. Moore was in attendance at a social service conference. The ladies visited Attorney J. M. Parsons and family. Mr. Parsons Is Mrs. Moore's brother. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Wallace McArthur was hostess to a Dost nuptial shower in honor of her niece. Mrs. Milton Pierce. Over 40 guests were present and many beautiful gifts were received. The color scheme was nlnk and white. The afternoon was spent in games and visiting. One of the most successful public dinners served bv the Good Hone Aid was that of Tuesday evening. Nov. 28. It was estimated that around 170 oeo- Dle were served a very aooredable and much appreciated percentage of that number being Algona business man and their wives. The net proceeds from dinner, candy and miscellaneous sales departments were something over 485. davs with Susie Zeimet and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kavser from Owatonna, Minn., returned home on Thursday morning after a short visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. John Becker will have charge of the committee serving lunch at he card party in St. Joseoh's Darish lall this week Friday night. Dec. 8. Joseoh Fuhrmann of Iowa City and its daughter. Sister Mary Celeste of West Bend surorlsed the Fuhrmanns In ihls vicinity with a visit Thursday af- «rnoon. Friday, Dec. 8th, will be observed bv his narlsh as it is a Holv Day of Ob- Igation. The feast Immaculate Conception of the B. V. M. masses will be at 8 and 10. Mr. and Mrs. George Reding and son rom West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family of Whittemore were visitors at the Will Reding home for Thanksgiving. Stella Mae Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding is confined to ler bed the past two weeks with a Broken blood vessel and rheumatism. She Is slowly improving'. Regiria Kruecher returned to the lome of her grandparents, Mr. and are. Henry Zeimet the latter part of he week where she Is recuperating rom an operation for appendicitis. Joseph Kurjper and son. Mike and Mrs. Fred Schad and son. Joe, Mrs. dolph Fuhrmann and Richard Nabor eft Saturday morning for a few days' isft with relatives at Plainvlew, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Becker are he parents of a baby girl born Sun- ay. Dec. 3. This is the first child or the Beckers and the first grand- hild for Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phil- llos. Nicholas Becker returned to Sioux Cltv Monday after spending Thanks- plying vacation in this vicinity. Father George Theobald went to Sioux Cltv Monday to visit his father and Nich>las accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob German of Blue Earth, Minn., and daughter. Mrs. Benny Kurth_and small daughter, Joyce, also of Blue Earth were Thanksgiv- ng dinner miests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding. The St. Joe baseball team had a nar- ,y last Friday evening at the John Thul home. The umpires and gate teeners for the season were also nres- ent. The evening was spent in play- ng cards. Lunch was served at a ate hour. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and 5va McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. John Biegger and son. Richard, all of Win- Jred. South Dakota, drove down Wednesday afternoon to attend the PhllliDs- Kraroer wedding dance and visit with relatives a few days. A great many people in this commun- ty were saddened Sunday morning, when they learned of the death of Martin Frankl of Irvington. who died the previous evening as the result of an accident in the timber where he was working with wood. Mr. and Mrs. George Balk and their daughter, Irene of LeBeuer. Minn., accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Steil, Sr., of Eden Valley, Minn., and Mrs. George Koch of Lena, Wls., arrived Sunday morning to visit with the John and William Hammer families. All returned borne Monday except Mrs. Koch who expects to visit with relatives and friends In Algona. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OL80N DENTIST Oaa or Novocatae used for extraction Located over Ohrlotenaen Store. Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP. DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Run* t* Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. w. Pox Dr. J. B. Wlnke Office 230 west State Street. Office phone 476-W Re*. 475-B Algona, lows. L. M. MERRITT MortloUn * Funeral Dlnetct Phone No. 11 Algona, lows Roy Sarchette Hosts to 26 on Thanksgiving Good Hope: Thanksgiving dav guest groups of which we have information is a group of 26 relatives at the Rov Barchetts: the Ed.. Leonard, and Lawrence Dltimers. Miss Phoebe Morgan of Sheldon, Mrs. John Moser and the James Knolls at the C, L. and Arie Dl timers: Mrs. Bertha Wallace and Mrs, Wm. Treptow at the George Hawcotts north of Hurt: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis and George Broesder and Wm, Broesder and Ena Walker at the Rudolph Saat- offs west of Burt; Gelffert Kueck and son. Carl and daughter. Mrs. Julius Paul and the Claude Seelevs at the W. I. Dodds, and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood at the Rev. O. H. Sewards at Laurens. Alden Reid Is out of school with a severe attack of sinus trouble. Manv of our Good Hope folks were present at the funeral service of Christine Knudson in Algona Monday. The Misses Helen and Leona McMahon were dinner guests at the senior Martin Duffys of Whittemore las Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore and Miss Hattie Wilson of Algona were dinner guests at the D. O. Gardners a week ago last Sunday in honor off Mrs Moore's 69th birthday. District I}o. 6 parent-teachers met with the Leo Sankeva last Friday evening. There was 100 per cent attendance and a profitable business and social evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Madden and Mrs Julius Paul. Lvnd. Minn., were here on Wednesday of last week. Mra. Paul re. 8&%XC8SS®tt^^ Mrs. Lewis Larsen entertained the sewing circle at her home Thursday of this week. Mrs. Anna Stow is spending the week at the home of her son. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. Dr. W. T. Peters and family were guests of the Julius Kunz family at Wesley Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fenon were guests Sunday at the Wm. Boettcher home. D. W. Moore of Cedar Raolds snent Sunday here with his oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gorman and two children of Weslev snent Sunday here with W. D. Kearns. Lloyd Elslon returned to his work at Welman after spending several days here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawcott of Algona were guests Sunday at the home of Will's mother. Mrs. Annie Hawcott. Mrs. Laura Paine of Algona and Mr. r.nd Mrs. C. E. Moore spent Thanks- Riving day at the C. L. Phelps home. W. T. Trainer accompanied the Ed Trainer family to Iowa City Thursday where they visited a daughter of Ed Trainer. Clarence Schrader came up from Cedar Falls and spent a few days here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mulligan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mulligan spent Thanksgiving day at the Ted Rlngs- dorf home. Mrs. H. O. Buell received news of the arrival recently of a babv bov at the home of her nephew Harlem Lacy at Humboldt. Mrs. Wm. Bentlev died Wednesday. The Bentlevs lived in Burt several years ago before moving on a farm east of town. Morris Coffin came UD from Decorah Wednesday night to SDend Thanksgiving day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford were dinner guests of Misses Warner and Whitney recently. Mr. and Mrs, Will beeper. Mr. <u?d Mrs. Henry Kwoldt were dinner sruerta if Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson on Thanksgiving day. Willis Phelps returned to Mornlng- ide College at Sioux City after spend- ng his vacation with his parents. Mr. nd Mrs. C. L. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgason of irmstrong and Wm. Elvidge were diner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman Thanksgiving dav. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford left Monday evening for Webster Cltv af- er soending several weeks here at he J. H. Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Holding arri aughters, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fair- anks and son were guests of Mr. and Jrs. H. W. Trainer Thursday. G. W. Patterson and family spent he week end here and at Lake Mills ith Mrs. Patterson's parents. They eturned to Des Moines Sunday. Gug Thaves and son. Keith, accom- anied Misses Emma and Louise Thaves f Laokta to Minneapolis Friday where hey visited Miss Virginia Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth and amily drove to Ledyard Sunday where they spent the dav at the home of heir daughter. Mrs. Fred Dorsev and amilv. Mrs. Belle Reynolds returned home rom Wessington Springs. South Dakota, the first of the week where she attended the funeral of her daughter. Mrs. Alfred Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham and wo children of Fenton. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham on Thanksgiving day. A good sized crowd was present at he Methodist church Friday evenlnar o enloy the moving pictures taken jy Rev. Muhleman of the Century of Progress Exposition. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk went to Titonka Monday night where they attended a wedding dance riven in non- of Mr. and MrB. R. Pannkuk wtoo were recently married. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Nelson and two children. John and Mary Elizabeth of Tama. spent Friday and Saturday at the K. J. Smith home. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. LeRov Boettcher. Miss Esther Godden and Warren Rlngsdorf were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wbalen recently. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Glddlngs. Hiram Ward and Mrs. Flossie Shinier went to Wessington Springs. South Dakota. Saturday to attend " " Alfred Ward. They Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Huxtable and son. Raymond and niece. Dorothy Arm- the funeral of Mrs. ' returned home on strong of Canton. South Dakota, spent the week end at the O. E. Moore home. They were neighbors of the Moores when they lived at Canton. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. Mr. and Mrs. James Bewick and daughter. Lucille went to Decorah Wednesday of last week where thev visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow. Thev returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gibbs of Wheatley. Arkansas, visited at the O. L. Phelps home one dav last week. Mr. Gibbs owns a thousands acres of land in Arkansas and raises rice. Thev also visited Mr. Glbbs' sister Mr. and Mrs. Nate Tyler near Hadley. Minn. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. A. winter, daughter, Evon and sons, Robert and Richard spent the week end at the iiome of relatives at Rolfe and GUmore Oitv. The Titonka htafh school bosket ball played another thriller her« last , J«vv night with Woden, the final score was 14 to 15 with Titonka a one point winner. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Pannkuk of Albert Lei and Mr. and Mrs. George Pannkuk of witertoo ««wf Ttwujkii' giving with their parents hen, Mr. and Mr«. B. A. Pannkuk. AUCTION As we are equipped to do your farm sale advertising and bill printing promptly and at reasonable prices, we will sell same at The Algona Upper Des Moines office, 9 North Dodge St., Algona, on Saturday, Dec. 28 (or any day in the year except Sunday or holidays) SALE STARTS AT 8 a. m. SALE CLOSES AT 6 p. m. 1,000 Head of Livestock Cattle, Horses, Hogs—You can list any number of head of livestock in our sale ads—one to a thousand head—at no extra cost. List it all—bidders usually come to a sale because of some certain things they wish to purchase. Horses -:- Cattle Or any other kind of livestock can be sold by Algona Upper Des Moines advertisements and sale bills. You can on ly sell by letting the prospective buyers know what you have for sale. Make your bills and ads say something. Hogs Sheep etc. Can be sold if advertised properly. Let The Algona Upper Des Moines helj you put on a successful sale. We are ready to take care of your needs at times. Our sale bills, printed on colored bristol board attract attention. m^m^*^mim^mfmmm*mim*mfm^mmm^^^m*mmmm*mmtfmmmmmmmmmtmfBffH**fnmfm**fmiimi^*^^f*i Farm Machiner; Plow, harrows, seeders, mowers, milk ing equipment, hpusehold f urnishinge in fact almost any kind of farm machinery and furnishings will be in dema soon, With niany changes in fam tenants between now and March 1, th€ is a good market for farm machinery. List your machinery in your sale ad ; bills. Remember — "the more you tell, the more you sell," More people i trying to rent farms this year than for many years. Many of them have be away from the farm a number of years and will have to buy entire equipme There is your market, Beach it through Algona Upper Des Moines advert! merits and sale bills, TERMS — Cash or any arrangements you can make with the clerk. •(••••••••••M>!MMMHISMillllllllHI^^ John Q. PubK PEOPEDQTOB ANY OF THE FORCE, Auctioneers tTppw ®W Motoej,

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