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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moineft, Algoflft, Iowa, July 1, CLASSIFIED ADS GObD IMPROVES.80 Mrt f«rrn »i«af Long time trade. Livermore. Priced to sell. time loan. Can take .ome Edw. Capesius, Algona. w Plymouth tour- Motor Service. 26 Algona West of Court House. rebuilt stan- e typewriters, like new recent models, reasonable. See tbTm at The ««• D« Moines office FOR SALEUsed Tires, all sizes 50c and up.-Joe Bloom. 26 1931 Ford tudor— Service. West of Court 26 House. ; _ FOR SALE-Used Bicycles.-Joe Bloom FOR SALE-Used Model D John -t.nn^- D ee tractor. Good McCormick-Deermg Store. 26 FOR SALE-Used 10 ft. McOwm- lek-Deering tractor gram binder.- McCormick-Peermg Store. 26 Plymouth pick- MoLor Service. West of 26 Court House. FOR SALE-Used Farm-All cuU- ivator. A baJ*»m.—McCormlek- Deering Store. m FOR SALE—Used iFOrd V-8 1935 _ Panel —McCOrmlck-Deerlng Store. | jury by justice Delia Welter. Wed"* n«8day, with bond fixed at $1,000. Fraser is from Sexton. He WHS still in .,.—- , . his 26' "" 2 SWEA CITYANS HURT IN CRASH SUNDAYEVEN1NG Harold Applequist, Harry Johnson Treated For Injuries Swen City: Four persons were In jured here Sunday night about 9:30 o'clock in a collision between a car from Dows, Iowa, and a Swea City light delivery truck. The ravs struck squarely at a bad intersection four miles west nnd three miles north, known ns the Hatlberg corner. Thomas Severns nnd son were in the Dows machine, and Harold Ap plcquist. driver, nnd Harry Johnson of Swea City, were in the truck. The truck was taking groceries to the Applequist store at Emmetsburg. The four men suffered cuts nnd bruises. The two Dows. men were tnken to the hospital at Fairmont, nnd the Swen City men were brought here. Applequist suffered n deep gash on his throat and painful chest injuries, but was reported resting easily. The corner at which the mishap occurred has been the scene of two deaths in the past. Drunk Driving Case Goes To Grand Jury Joe Fraser, charged with drunken driving, was bound over to the grand FOR SALE—Used Internationa! gearless hayloader.—McCormick- Deering Store. FOR SALE—Used McCormick- Deering side delivery rake.—McCormick-Deering Store. 26 FOR SALE—Town lots and dwellings. List your property with us. —Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency, Algona, Iowa, Phone 125. 26-28 80 GALLONS FREE GASOLINE with every Used Car selling at $150 or over for the rest of this month. 50 to pick from, name your own price.—Kent Motor Co. 25 FOR SALE—10 corn finished yearlings. 2 pure bred shorthorn bulls; 2 grass fat cows.—Loyd Gross, Algona, Iowa. 25-26* BUY A FARM now while prices are down. Large list to select from. List your farm with me.— Edward Capesius, Algona. 24-tf jnil yesterday. Fraser was arrested after machine and another of E. E. Manuel, George, Iowa, collided on highway 18, east of Algona. Patrolman A. E. Stewing testified he found alcohol in Fraser's tar, und Sheriff Casey Loss said he found evidence Fraser had been drinking. Manuel declared that the Sexton man tyirew a liquor bottle out of the machine after the crash. He also said he came to a 6>ad stop before Fraser's machine struck his. Farm prices are good. Land values are increasing. Today Is the time to buy land. Federal land bank farms and ranches are offered at attractive terms and prices in the following counties: Boone. Buena Vista, Calhoun, Carroll, Cherokee, Clay, Crawford, Dickinson. Emmet, Greene, Hancock. Hamilton, Harrison, Humboldt. Ida, Kossuth, Lyon, Monona, O'Brien. Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth. Pocahontas, Sac, Shelby, Sioux. Webster, Winnebago, Woodbury. Wright. Only 1-5 to 1-3 down sets you up in your own business. Pay the balance over a period from 10 to 28 years. CALL OR WRITE FOH APPOINTMENT TODAY' 0. H. MATTES Local Representative Sioux Rapids, Iowa or H. D. HUTCHIN8 Secretary-Treasurer 17'i K. Stat«- St, Algona, Iowa Union Busy Bees At Sarchett Home Union: The Busy Bee club met Friday with Mary Sarchett with Louise Romsted as assisting hostess. There was a good attendance. The club was called to order by the president, Nina Taylor and the club song was sung for the opening number. Several poems were read by \Vin- nifred Long. A recitation was given by Joan Romsted and interesting ! nnd exciting games enjoyed by every one were supplied by Abbie and Mary Tjuden and the hostesses. The next meeting will be held ut the State Fark July 9 for the annual wiener roast. Tag Day July 3 For Children's Home Permission has been given to the lown Children's Home Society to hold o tag sale in Algona Saturday, July 3. The work of the society is cndors- _'d by Mayor C. F. Specht, Rev. Geo. Vance, Rev. J. H. Edge, Rev. T. J. Davern, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. H. Cowan, Mrs. Lura M. Sanders and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, who will have charge of young people's work and finances. Headquarters for the day will be at the Public Library. FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any fclze, Stic per roll, trr* enlargement with any rolL —Lusby'» drug 15-tf FOR FARMS or town property, fcte me.—C. W. Nlcoulin, real tttlate, Algona. 7-34 Voight, Hayenga Family Reunions Held On Sunday Fenton: The Voigt and Hayenga family reunion was held Sunday, June 27, at the Ramsey Park at Redwood Falls, Minn. Those from Fenton attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayengn. Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter. Shirley Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Art Volgt nnd son. Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters. Janet nnd Phyllis. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz. Mrs. Cnrric Voigt nnd daughter, Ardis and son. Gerald, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Voigt nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. William Volgt nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and sons and Chalmer Bonnickson of Ringsted And Gerald Godden of Bancroft were others attending. Carrol Wander To Take Insurance Job Carrol A. Wander, practicing attorney in Algona for the past four years, nnnounced this week thnt ho had accepted a position with the State Farm Mutual injiu.-ince as?'->- ciation of Bloominjton. 111., nnd will permanently close his office July first. He is scheduled to begin wor.: on July sixth with the B!oorr : ngtor, concern is :iu adjuster. His territory br>s tentatively bec>i set for Iowa and Nebraska. Mr. Wander :s a son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Philip Wander of Fenton. After graduation from the State University of Iowa he began the practice of law in Algona. in 1933. He is widely known throughout this section, and during the past few years had been a major cog in the Algona Grays baseball team, holding uown first base. Swea City Pastor Is Ass'n Leader Swea City: Twenty-five towns and five states were represented at the annual meeting of the Northern Iowa Baptist Association at Swea City, last Saturday and Sunday, as well as one foreign country. The Algona church had the largest delegation, 53, and Corwith with 20 was second. Association officers were elected: Rev. R. P. Bronlewee, Swea City, was named moderator; Rev. J. T. Riggs, Estherville, was named vice moderator; Rev. Theodore Harvey. Fort Dodge, secretary; and R. G. Remley, Webster City, member of the state board. Rev. R. M. Schwyhart of Algona was named as association clerk. Algona has been tentatively chosen as the site of the next meeting. Ruth Weisbrod Is 4-H Club Hostess Fenton: The Independence Idealists 4-H club met Friday, June 25, with Ruth Weisbrod. The following program was given: roll call, "My Favorite Picture" was answered by eleven members, the leader, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, and assistant leader, Mrs. Bertel Berkland. Plans were made for local and county achievement day and also plans for a Farm Bureau program for July. Miss Dunkelberg, H. D. A., conducted the afternoon program. Ruth Weisbrod gave a report on the state 4-H club convention. The next meeting will be with Lavonne Priebe, July 9. Miriam Hopkins, Joel McCrea At Call, Sun.-Mon. in "Woman Chases Man HOGS Best light butch.. 14O-1SO SS.«K«.50 Best light butch.. 16O-1SO S.J-0-9.00 Best li<tht butch.. 1SO-200 9.00-10.35 Best light butch.. 200-290 10.SO-11.00 Med. heavy. 29O-325 10.SO Butchers. 325-350 10.70 Butchers. 350-400 10.5O Packing sows. 300-350 9.7O-9.80 Packing sows. 350-400 9-60 Packing sows. 400-500 9.50 CATTLE Veal calves $5.00-7.50 Canriers and cutters 2.75-3.75 Stock steers 5.00-6.00 Fat steers 9.00-10.00 Fat yearlings 7.00-R.OO Bulls 4.50-5.50 Fat cows 4.00-5.50- GRAIN- NO. 2 white corn $1.18 No. 2 yellow corn 1.14 No. 2 mixed corn 1.11 No. 3 white oats 40 Barley, No. 3 75 New oats, Aug delivery .... .30H EGGS Hennerys 19c No. 1 ....,...„ 17c No. 2 .•...: 14C Cash cream— NO. a sic No. 2 29c Sweet 32c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs 14'ic Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 13',-ic Hens, under 4 Ibs 10'.2c Leghorn hens 10'ic Cocks, under 4'2 7c Cocks, over 4'i 9c Springs over 4 Ibs 19"ic Springs, 3 to 4 16'-jC Leghorn cocks 7c Leghorn springs 13'tic Surings, 2 to 3 Ibs HHc Markets subject to change by the time of publication. 3 Swea City Clans Hold Family Picnic Swea City: The annual picnic of the families of Samuelson. Anderson and Johnson was held at Interlaken Park last Friday with 125 registered. This is the third annual meeting of the group, which is organized as a family association of descendants of five Swedish pioneer families. Relatives from Minnesota. Illinois. South Dakota and Iowa were present. The family history was read and officer elected as follows: president, Philip Holcomb; vice president, Arthur Pehrson: registrar. Mrs. J. J. Anderson: secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Anna Larson, all of Swea City. Rev. Olaf Wallin. a former pastor here, now located at Comfrey, Minn., glrte an address. In Mpls. Hospital Burt: Clarence Seefeldt and his children went to Minneapolis Monday after Mrs. Seefeldt who had been in a Minneapolis hospital the past week. LOANS—Prompt appraihal on 20 .year /arm loans. No appraiaal fee —no commission—no red tape— law interest.—Edw. Cupesius, Helse Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FOR SALE—See New 1937 Grunow electric lefrigerators, Electro- lux kerosene refrigerators and the Crobley Icy-Ball kerosene refrigerators $r>9.i»5. Special discounts for balance of June, tas>y terms.— Thomas Kadio Service, Jrvington. Iowa. 24-2G FARMS FOH SALE—All .sizes. (irices. loriitiojiK Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, t!so real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf Miscellaneous Preaches Sermon By Signs At Picnic Whittemore: The St. Paul's Lutheran congregation held its annual mission festival in the George Mnahs grove, Sunday. A feature of the gathering was the presentation of a sermon in the deaf and dumb sign language by Hev J A- C. Beyer of k't. Paul. A group of deaf folks from Mason Citv iif.ended the service. Itev. it. W. Kabelitz of Fenton preached an afternoon sermon in Knglish, and Hev. Felton of AMen, it.wa, in German. j.adie-; cf the t-«j!i{rtsati//n serv- ei.1 dinner '<i ttiose nri'strr.. 3 Get Licenses To Marry, Wednesday Marriage licenses issued this week are a:, follow: June 30th — Lawrence M. Kirsch, Ottoscn. and Herlinda Krideres, Bode; Glen A. Mino, Lor.e Rock, ;ind Pearl Wiener, Lone Rock; Walter Krumbuch, West Bend, and Ella Kuth Lc-ininger, Lotts Creek. Tuesday, June 29th, a license was issued to Herman Wise of Sexton and Kmina Marie Voss of LuVerne Tin- Krornbach-Leininger wedding ceremony WHS performed by Justice Delia Welter, Wednesday afternoon. RENTERS and young men wishing to establish themselves on turns should investigate unusual settlement oppoi tunilies now being offered by the Canadian Pacific Kail- way Co., iu western Canada. See L>. L. McDonald, Algona, for full particulars. 26- NOW THAT the warm weather is here, don't iorget that you can , cool off by ordering your Fuller | Country Shower for $3.89 from jour Puller Otuler. Phone 126-W or come and see me at 705 E. t.'lm. Algona, In. 26*-SS CAN ANYONE in thi^ vicinity use latest Small Piano at a bargain?— Finance Co., Box 75, Mason City. 2«' WANTED—Man to handle our rapid selling line of household and farm supplies in this territory. A clean, profitable business arrangement for any honest, ambitious per- ion. Write today.—Dr. Ward's Medical Co.. Winona, Minn. i** ~~ WANTED—20 men 'to help erect cut-nival rides hi* iirsiOtr American Shows,, Saturday, July 3, 1 p. in. 26 WANTED—Job on 16 and sister 11 >'"*• Miuard. farm by boy old.—Eugene DANCE .Follow the Orowds to SEXTON July 3rd Swanee's Band Clip thib utjv. and preterit before p. in. and dunce free, to the ladies. WYW. The Algona Auction Co. We arc here to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. July 3 If you have any pasture cattle, get them In for Saturday as we have all kinds of rails for rattle. We have calls for good feeder pigs. NOTICE—If you \illl bring in your veals we will have packer buyer* here thin Saturday, also we will have some good fre*h cows, frehh about two to four weeks. Two Shorthorn Bulls, coming two yearn old. We have honea listed for this sale. Don't forget our good line of hay tools. Come, in and look thU Unit over. We have the Belle City Thresher and the Kewanee Elevator We handle the Dcl.aval Separators. Our cream wperator man will be here Saturday, get them in early. We deal In new and iwed machinery. AllU-Chalmen Trat- torh and the Manscy-Harriit line of machinery We will trade for anything you have. See UN before you deal. We have our good I'ower Binder* in. Come In and look them over. We will have a. Furniture Sale this Saturday. One Globe Maid enamel cook stove. Will start on stock at 1:30. TERMS—Cahh. Xo property removed until MtUed for. Open Every Day. Sale born phone 77 C* O. RI DDL El Operator and Auctioneer Raymond Riddle, Clerk Bode-Livermore Paving Under Way Livermore: The paving job that Is to reach from a distance of one mile east of here on highway 222 to Bod» that is under the supervision of the Carlson construction company of Marshalltown, started off at full awing Monday, The work was started at the intersection of 169 f.nd 222 west of town and will take in that strip of 3H miles west to Bode first. When that Is finished they will pick up their work again at the intersection and work-east through Livermore. 63 Attend Wise Family Reunion Sexton: Mrs. Safah Wise and family attended a family reunion at the Call State Park, near Algona, Sunday. There were 68 in attendance. Those attending from a distance were: Wm. Wise,. Houston, Texas; Mrs. katle Metcalf, Purcell, Okla.; Mrs. Flora Bowling, Jeffer-; son, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and baby son, John Herman, Staples. Mlnrt.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and family, Plymouth; and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and sons, Frank and Lloyd of Mason City. Pioneer of Eagle Twp. Family Dies Swea City: Old time residents of northwest Kossuth are sorry to learn of the illness cf Miss Julia Lindblom, who is in Midway Hospital at St Paul, suffering with heart trouble and a general breakdown. Miss Lindblom, daughter of John A. Lindblom. an early resident of Engle township, has held a responsible position with a St. Paul bank nnd trust company for several years, A sister, Annie, arrived here last Thursday for a visit with another sister, Mrs. Forrest Erlckson, but was called back to St. Paul that night by a message of Julia's sudden Illness. Fenton Loses, Wins In Diamond Tilts Fenton: tile Penton Independent baseball team played Lotts Creek at the Rlngsted celebration Friday and lost by a score of 8 to 2. Sunday, the Fenton team crossed bats with Burt on the local diamond and won 12 to 14, in a hard-fought game. At the sixth inning the score was 10 to 3 in favor of Burt, then Fenton run in five scores and from that time on, was ahead. St. Joe Folk* On Week FUhing Trip St Jo*: Mf. and Mrs. Ted Wag- 'ner accompanied CMOtffe Lenertz. and son, Alvin, of Livermore Saturday morning to Park Rapid*, Minn.,, for ft several days' fishing trip. Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, fed Wagner, stayed with her maternal grandmother, Mrs. George Lenertr in Livermore. Vernon Kramer attended to the farm duties at the Ted Wagners during their absence. 2 Features 2!c ALWAYS COOL. <MJ2 ALWAYS. t-UUL. MB| Sunday-Monday, July 45 Britt-Algona Bands Will Give Concert The Algona high school band, under the direction of D. Wane Collins, will go to Britt, Wednesday, July 7. and in conjunction with the Britt school band will give a concert that evening. The following Sunday the Britt band will come to Algona and join the local band In a concert at the swimming pool/ There art about 110 pieces in the two bands. Harvey-Kennedy Keunion Burt: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. CogdIH and the Henry Smiths attended a Harvey and Kennedy reunion at the Call Park Sunday. About 40 or 80 attended. They included the Will Giffords and Schuyler Bates, Lone Rock, the Frank and Charles Harveys, Mrs. Maude Burbank and daughters and the Marlows, Algona, and Mrs. Fannie Albright, Sexton. Returns To Hospital Fairvicw-Corwith: Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter was taken to the hospital in Mason City Friday. She was there for a week earlier in the month, but had returned to her home with the hopes that she was recovering. Her condition, however, continued the same and it was necessary for her to return to the'hos- pital. Irvington'Co. Elects Irvington: Old officers of the Irv- Inglon Light and Power Co. will hold office for another year. No quorum was present at the annual meeting. Officers are Homer Llnd- horst, Carl Brown, L. A. Johnson, Barney FrnnkI, and Fred Geigel. Card of Thanks We wish to express our deep appreciation for the sympathy nnd kindnesses extended to us during the reient hereavement suffered in the denth of our kind nnd loving father. Philip G. Hnucnstcin. Mrs. John Hanselman Mrs. Tom Ellefson Mrs. Tom Sengbusch Mervln Hauenstein Clifton Hauenstein Elmer Hausenstein Raymond Hauenstein. Listen Ladies Have You Seen Those Bargains at ANNEX 1 The Annex in AJgona's great- eat summer bargain store. The ANNEX wau begun In July and it is dedicated to bargains. Right now, we are carrying over armloads and armloads of dresses from the Main store and putting them on bale at the ANNEX at real July Clearance Sale priCM. Silk dresses for only *3.9« and $4.fc&-nothing higher and fine cotton* at SMc and *1.1». Hats for 3*c and *Ll» and a little bit of everything, including bilk underwear, bilk hosiery, silk blouse:., coiits, tuils and children's Get th* ANNEX HABIT now and save yourself many dollars. 'H-. SPECIALS Mies •| i Chrisc © 335 'Twas The Week Before The Fourth Of July and all through this store ar« Attractive Mid Summer Dresses of silk and cotton Never have we offered more beautiful and attractive summer dresses in both silk and cotton and never have prices been* so reasonable. Washable silks are the moat impressive collection and the ones we show in pastels may be put right into the wash and will come out looking as good as new. All new materials, half and regular sizes. Continuous Shows from 1 o'clock . ayx8xf^^ Specials $7.95 $10.95 New Sheer Cottons They are a delight to the eye— these smart cool cottons in voiles, batistes, spun linens and novelty weaves, a big range from 14 to 62 $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 DONT FORGET DOMS DOO- SON JUNIOR DRpaSKS for the har<J-to-flt daughUr $2.98 $3.98 $5.98 Chic white suits in silk and cotton and linen at real reductions. Smart inexpensive dre«tes of *ilk and cotton to make your 4th of July celebration complete The Chrischillfeft Store Never such tremendous assortment, never such reasonable prices, never such attractive styles. This is the time to buy—get the most for your money. Dozens of sparkling, dashing new cottons in every conceivable sheer fabric, sizes from }4 to 50, . $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 All Silk Dresses Reduced for the 4th , This is your opportunity to buy a "better" dress at a July ftetrtnw price because every silk dress in our •tocfe fnfflj^MMM) «p to reduced from one to five dollars. We h»ye a truly remarkable collection of choic*. ^H»lM e Bilk dresses which will stand the gaff of tW tub and come out looking as good as new- Buy one of these practical, stylish silk dresses and "strut your stuff' on July 4th and 6th at the Kossuth County Fair grounds. i FOB QUIOK EBSULT8-U8E THE WANT ADS

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