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The Algona, tipper Des Molnes, AJgona, Iowa, Oct. 7, GALBRAITHMAN TAKES A BRIDE J. V. Ehrhardt Wed To Constantina Marias at St. Joe Ltvermore: It hi" hpon announced here that tlic mnnv'.ge of Con- statlna G. Maria*, daughter of Mrs. Martin Pitts, nnd J. Vinteur Ehrhardt, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Ehrhardt, took place Thursday. Sept. 20 nt St. Joseph church at St Joe. with the Rev. George Thco- bofd officiating. The ceremony was rend at eight o'clock In the morn- Ing. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ehrhnritt. sister of the bride and brother of the groom. The bride hns lived here during the past seven years. Following her graduation in 1936 she worked for a time In the local telephone office. She was also employed at the Frederick grocery before going to Humboldt. The groom nas lived in this and the Humboldt vicinity always until during the past two years, when he started a trucking business at Galbraith, where he has worked up a nice business. The couple have purchased a small house and will have It moved to Galbralth, where they will reside and will be at home to their friends after Oct. 30 Card of Thanks We wish to express our appreciation to our friends and neigh- bora who were so kind and generous fn the|r sympathy and help during our recent bereavement and loss of our wife and mother. M. E. Hoover and Family. 40* Dutch Regan hi Call Theatre Show Movie fans will have an opportunity to decide whether or not Dutch Regan, former Iowa radio announcer, is as good an actor as he was announcer, when they see him in "Love Is on The Air", showing Sunday and Monday at the Call Theatre here. Dutch is shown above with Bobby Breen, star of "Make a Wish." Ottosen School's Carnival, Friday Ottosen: The Ottosen high school carnival will be held Friday evening of this week, October 8th, in the school gym. A big athletic show, a popularity contest, concessions, games, eats and other events are on the program. icok at these vttues! JUST A FEW THIN6S CIA GOING TO STOCK UP ON WHILE r^—^ IGA HAS THEM WUCID I.G.A. SANTA CLARA PRUNES 21b. carton J7c flump, Mtgar-cweett and tender-skinned 'hraatfa*. OerwIGA Prone* often. They urn healthful and economical. IQA SredtaM Raisins .... 2 Ibs. 19c Bulk Dried Apricots . . . .2 Ibs. 29c Bulk Dried Peaches . . . . 2 Ibs. 27c CAROL Macaroni or Spaghetti OXYDOL It,'. pk»-. 21c SAIJ.V MAY BEAUTY SOAP 49c i u:u>h i loth trie! P. & G. SOAP Cherries, No 5 tin 35c IGA Matches 6 boxes 19c Post Toasties 2 for 19c IIKRHIIKV'N Cocoa 1 Ib. 15c AsxU Kiuihirm Napkins _... - -9c KiA rim-Well Hi <ii-. jar Peanut Butter _-21c ( OllAl. Vhiin or ludiaitl Salt . 2 Ib. pkg 5c PINK SALMON 2 1 Hi. ran.- Cut Green Beans Peas Corn Spinach Tomatoes 27c 3 \n. 2 call< CRLSCO 75c lt«-l Hiiiuul, sirloin, nr T lion. Steak . .. Ib. 27c Boston Spare Ribs 8c Beef Boil _ Ib. 13c Young Beef Roast 17c Sausage 1 Ib pkg 22c \\uti-r Slii-4-il Dried Beef .pkg. lOc Fancy Sweet Potatoes ... 4 Ibs. 15c Bananas ........ 5 Ibs. 25c Celery ....... 2 bunches 15c Parsnips, Turnips, Rutabagas, Cabbage 6 pounds 25c '•t inch U. S. No. 1 Grimes Golden Apples 89c bu. Baldwin Food Market Free Delivery Your IGA Grocer Phone 355 Mrs. Bstetla Wright, Subscriber 69 Years, Has 90th Birthday One of the pioneers of Kossuth county, Mrs. Estella E. Wright of 8126 Mallory Avenue, Portland, Oregon, celebrated her 90th birthday on Tuesday, Sept 21, 1937. On Sunday, Sept. 19, a group of over 30 friends and relatives gathered at her home for an afternoon of visiting and music. Mrs. Wright was a resident of Kossuth county for many years. She was a daughter of Alfred Wheelock and brother of the late J. B. Wheelock. John Wheelock of the Algona postofflce, is her nephew. Her husband, R P. Wright, familiarly known as "Bob" Wright, was for years one of the prominent men of Kossuth county. The family lived on the Wright homestead just south of Irvington, now known as the Herbst farm. The Wrights moved to Oregon in 1903, and Mr. Wright died a number of years ago. Mrs. Wright Is in very good health both mentally and physically, keeping up with current topics and keeping an understanding heart. She has been a constant subscriber to the Algona Upper Des Molnes since 1868. A list of the guests attending her birthday party were: Mrs. Gertrude Luce, daughter; Edna Green, granddaughter: Beth Inglis, granddaughter; David Thomas Inglis, great grandson; L. C. Dunton, brother-in- law; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dunton, nephew and wife; Leslie Dunton, grand-nephew; Helen Dunton, grand-niece; Mrs. Gleam Rose niece. Jack Rose, grand-nephew; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Van Hook, nephew and wife; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dunton, nephew and wife; Dawn Dunton, grand-niece; Jean Dunton, grand-niece; Mr. and Mrs Floyd Churchill, niece and husband; Mr. and Mrs. Jalk Alderton, grand-niece and husband; Sandra Alderton, great grand-niece: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Odell, niece and husband. Mrs. James Harvey, niece; Mattie Manuel, niece; Earl Johnson, nephew; Ada Mathewson, cousin; Mrs. Walter Sparks, Dr. Mabel Bacon. Ann Wesselolski, and Earl Hewlett. Mrs. Wright sends greetings to her Algona friends and challenges them to long distance walks. CHRISTINA ORIGER IS BRIDE OF JOSEPH BECKER AT WHITTEMORE St. Joe: Christina Mary Origer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Orlger, of Whlttemore, became the bride of Joseph A. Becker of St. Joe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Sr., at a ceremony In St. Michael's church In Whlttemore, on Tuesday morning, with Father Wm. Veit officiating. Following the ceremony, a reception WRS held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride Is a graduate of Whittemore academy, and the groom attended school at St. Joe and is farming one-half mile south of St. Joe. Mildred Schallcr, West Bend, wns the bridesmaid, nnd Julius Becker attended the groom. Following the reception, the couple hnd their wedding picture taken by Will F. Brown in Alpona. A wedding dance wns planned nt the Legion Hnll. West Bend. Tuesday evening. The couple will make their home on the groom's father's farm, where the groom hns been farming for the past year. Guests lit the wedding: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman nnd family: the groom's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. .Top Becker; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hognn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch anil family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thtil and family. Mr. and Mrs. IMer JSocker. Mr. and Mrs. John B'-cltcr. all of St. Joe. J.-icoh Deitor of West (Thiongo. Ill : Mr and Mrs. Wm. Ki.ii-h nnd family. Mr. anil Mrs. .Joe .Schallcr and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Dieter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank. Adam Mi-iderscshr-idt and son. Frank, and Irone Thilni-s, all of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Von Bank and family. Fort Dodge; Rena Bnkken, OIi - Mrs. Jones Yoo-hoo- have you seen those BEAUTIFUL NEW HATS at the ANNEX ? il<//.i-ji>> ;iii«l (ioz<-n.-> nf new h.its art- hi-inu shown ;it thi- '»'K\—tin- culi-.-t. inn-t adnr- littlc *'honnet.s" you L -vtr in all the new MiiicU-.s of i.-rt-'t-n, bhiik. rust aii'j hrovvn. i> \\'ith vfilM, other.-, with rib- but Ml look like ii.' <xj ur i hijf uv'i tr on!y ;•(•!tiiii;. $1.19 Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bau- mnnn and family, Whlttemore, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Val Engert of Farl- bault, Minn. Lakota, Fenton Guests At Swea Swea City: The Thursday club is having a Mexican luncheon at the Guild hall Thursday. The guests are the Lakota and Fenton federated clubs. A Mexican exhibit Is being shown and Oma Huff, who was in Mexico not long ago, will give a travel talk on Mexico. Mrs. LeRoy Thilges Is Surprise Guest St. Joe: A surprise birthday dinner party honoring Mrs. LeRby Thilges wns held at her home, Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weaver of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Art Brandt of Armstrong. Alice Mueller. Algona. ' And the St. Joe people attending were Mrs. Susan Wagner. Mik" and Agnes Wagner, Jonn Melt:;. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamm.T nnrl family. Mrs. Henry M. Thilp-s nnd family. Mr. find Mrs. Hnrry Thilfe.' and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'lsrir n and Sharon Kay. Societies and Clubs Birthday Party— Huth Jean Thorpe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe, was honored on her IHh birthday. Tuesday, at a party given by her mother. Five of her friends, Miriam Norton, Charlotte Johnson, Rozanne Reding, Marilyn Keen, and Marjorie Dewel, were her guests. Both outdoor and indoor games were played at which each of the guests received a prize. A luncheon was served, and the birthday cake was made as a "Merry-Go-Round." Guest Tea — The member of the D. A. R. will meet at their annual fall guest tea at Mri. Raymond Norton! next Tuesday afternoon. Each .member In to bring a guest. Th« social committee in charge Is Mrs. George Free, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Mrs. Antone Johnson. Card Party— Mrs. Will Becker was hostess at a card party at her home, Monday evening, following a 6:30 dinner. There were three tables In play. The high score men's prize was won by Lloyd Wellendorf, and the high score ladies' prize by Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Faculty \Vi\f* Kntertaiiifd — Naomi Hewitt, local teacher in the public schools, entertained the faculty wives at her home at a bridge party, Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. <;. Mi Powell won the high prize and Mrs. Harold Clayton the travel prize. Ilirthday Out.— The birthday club will meet for a one o'clock luruhi-on at the home of Mrs. I'. I'. Smith, l-'rid-iy aftcr- iioi, ii. in honor of the birthday of Mi> W. <;. .Mifulloii!-'h. Bridge i will be the diversion of the afternoon. -1 Canto Music dub will ricxt meeting nixt week Tht hold-, Wednesday with Mrs. (ieorge Van re ;I.T ho-iU-i-.s. Tile subject will be ••Notation of Mu.iii." with Mrs. M. O Bourne ;is leader. The Algona Auction Co. \Vi- uri- IIITI; to M-rve both the ncllcr nnd buyer at our pavilion in Ali;oim rvi-ry Satiirduy. Saturday. Oct. 9 For tiiii Suturituj's Suit- ut- i-\iml to huke tlic u»uul run nt ttiill, i-oiisintinii ot nii\i-<i lota ol latllt- and feedrr pig»' alku l.iU r on vn r\|x-< t to M'|| soiiii- liori>f» vxiirn you !4<-t ready, pltu-v: li-t u» know UA uc. will Intvi- huyi'r* Inn. AUo oiu; uliiKlt! row John Ot.-rc ( oru i'iiliir, 1 Suiitlwich (iruin l.l--vutor, So ft. Tuesday. Oct. 12 AUo uill liu\e u notxj run of Ic«-*ler pigs ill each Mile. We rt|ir-ct to have KuoU buyer h fur t-tuJi Mile, s>o plita ou 111 all Ing Ihfw i>uki> your Mile*. \\ <• rx(» < I to hitvr u Kixxl run of block tor Uiio 'I'un>duy Sal«, M> Ki-l Uiuiu in curly and don't forn" t your vucciimtion UU|MT from >our liog>>. liriiiK in Uiost \<-ak> mid COVVK, auytuiuK Unit vurrie* miy intat .u-. m- lm\i- put iii »<iUi-» ujid you cuu M-ll by tike tii'iul or Ufitflit. ()|irn Kvcry l>ay. Sale bom uliouc 77 »Lirt ou btock lit 1:80. TKKMS—I iu.li. No prouL-rty leinovctl uutii *etUexi for. C. O. R2DOL/E Operator and Auctionoer BANCROFT GIRL WEDS TUESDAY Bancroft: On Tuesday morning at eight o'clock Miss Loretta Lappe became the bride of Raymond Kramer of Algona. The couple was attended by Miss Marie Lappe, sister of the bride and Lawrence Glsch of Algona. Th* ttrftfc wort satin and carried 4 65uf}uet of pink rases. The bridWBtftM was attired in blue satin «ttS carried a bouquet of wStte and re* carnations. After the ceremony a wedding dinner WAS served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lappe. A wedding dance Was given at the Legion pavilion on Tuesday evening. Charles Kollasch, Mrs. Albert Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—40 Spotted Poland China boars. Good ones. —Anton Vamen, Ringsted, Iowa. 39-44 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth 4- door touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—Guernsey bull, serviceable age.—Mrs. Theodore Peters, Elmore, Minn. 40* $600 CASH will buy four room bouse In Eggerth's addition of Lu- Verne. Write LeRoy Cady, 210% Washington St, Wausau, Wls. 40* FOR SALE—1935 Plymouth 2- door touring sedan.—-Hocnk Motor Service. West of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.—.Fred DeVries, Tl- tonka. 40* FOR SALE—Ford V-8 Touring sedan with radio.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—Used radios. AH reconditioned. R. C. A.. Zenith, Atwater-Kent. Crosley, Philco, farm and electric type.—Thomas Radio Service, Irvington. 40 FOR SALE—1936 Ford V-8 pickup.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—New 1938 Zenith Radios. We have the largest stock on hand around this territory. 7ome nnd see.—Thomas Rndio Service, Irvington. 40 FOR SALE—1935 Chevrolet 4- door standard sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—Used 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor.—McCorm- ck-Decring store. Algona. 40 FOR SALE—Used P. & O. Rang plow. Five horse tandem hitch. ;10. —McCormick-Deering store. 40 FOR SALE 12 hend of work inrses—Hnrlcv Hunson. Al™ona. 40-41* FOR SALE—Pekingese pup six veeks old.—Johnson Service Stn- ion. phone 238. < R " FOR SALE OR RENT—Register_d Hampshire rams. Lambs nnd yearlings.—R. Richards, Ottosen. Iowa. 40' FOR SALK—Guernsey bull, papyri and Bantr te»ted. 18 mo. old.— Stevenson Bros., Britt, Iowa, 40* FOR SALE—One Underwood, jtandard size, rebuilt machine. $37.50. One Underwood portable, 1986 model, $37.50. almost like new. Remington standard. $26. For new r used typewriters, see Algona Upper Des Moines. 38* BARGAINS! FALL CLEARANCE SALE OF USED FARM MACHINES McCormick-Deering portable hammermill and P 300 power plant mounted on Chev. truck. 2 Used F-12 Farmall tractors. 1 Used F-12 Farmall cultivators. : Used regular Farmall tractors. Used F.-20 Farmall tractor. 2 Used McCormick-Deering 16-30 tractors. 3 Used McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractors. Twin City tractor. • Model B John Deere tractor. Oliver 70. row crop tractor. 2 used, 2-row corn pickers. ,) used single-row corn pickers. 3 corn binders. 2 grain elevators. 1 nearly new windmill ami tower 2 used, 2-row horse cultivators. •i g;ing plows. G tractor plows. 2 McCormlck-DccriuK cream *<••{>armors, new jiuarunU-e. 1 Ottawa (' corn shdh-r. with tx- ttnsion feeder. K. C. BAI.'KIl McC.'orinick-I)e«ring Healer, Wc-sley Iowa, or Matt Murthn, salesman. Algcma, Iowa. 40 WHY NOT OWN HUME IN AL- f;ONA—Following house:-, on good terms, monthly jiayrntiit.s like rent. (jood six room hou.se, partly modern, two loth, good t»aritKt*. $1400. Six room huu.st, partly modern, good locution, two lots $1650. L. J. Malueg house, all hardwood floors, hot water heating plant cost $800, double garage, modern chicken house, $2500. Two good five room houses, modern, close in. $3900. Fine, all modern house which sold for SG200 short time ago. Party owning it must sell, bargain at $4500. <•. \v. McoruN Algona, Iowa. 40* NOTICE—Every want ad In The Upper Des Molnes with 3400 circulation, is picked up and carried without extra charge in The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of Algona and Algona routes. Why be satisfied with less? FOR TRUCKING of all kinds call Joe Culbertson, 810, Lone Rock. 40* BOY, 14, wants work on farm and to go to school. Call 3 blocks west H block north Court House. 40* TRADE—for farm or cash. One of southern Minnesota's best grocery and meat markets. Care LJ- Upper Des Moines. 39-40* BUT A FARM while prices are down. ^ List your property with me. —Edward Capesius, Helse building, Algona. 37-tf FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any site, 80c per roll, free enlargement with any roll drug 18-tf LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest—Edw. Capesius, Helse Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald A Co. 10-tf WINDOW GLASS—Many sizes good quality. Glass put In if you wish. A reasonable price charged for the service. Bring in your frames.—Lusby's. 37-45 REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 2*2. 20-tf Here's (he coat you've been looking for. Roundabout sold exclusively by The Chrischilles Store Wanted WANTED--Married farm manager at once. Must be good livestock man. Houue. fuel furnished. Good wages. Call or see D. L. McDon aid. 40 WANTED—Experienced, honest country girl wants general housework. Steady job. Inquire this office WANTED—Good used laundry stove with water jacket. Phone 738-J. *0* WANTED—Man by UJB month for the year on farm.—Mrs. Jacob Winktl, Algona. 40* WANTED—Corn shelling. Ready to shell any time.—John Loss, call 733. U-X Gas Station, Algona. 40* Miscellaneous FOR KENT -The Tuylor 200-acre farm, 4 iniits north of Algona.—C. W NKOulin. Alpooa. 40* Tht- Roundabout is a warm, wool, comfy coat which stems to just fit into these cold, blustering Iowa winters. And therf's a wealth of style us well aa comfort in these attractive wraps, which we show in a full range of sizes from 12 to 20 and also in all the leading winter colors. Treat yourself to real winter comfort by buying a Roundabout —shown in both belUd and swagger models at the popular price of only $29.75 Catering and dwagfcter, Writ H. J. DelMMng; w«f« iri Algrona Monday. M«. O. W. ddrmean « Bvana Outheiut took Httle Elliott to Ante* Sunday. been visiting for the past week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Garmean Uttle Charlotte IMtSworth is seriously 111 at a Fort Dodge hospital. She Is to undergo an operation for the removal of a kidney Tuesday afternoon. She Is the five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dltsworth. 6 Meetings For Farm Women Set Physical fitness will be emphasized as the foundation of mental and social health In a course on "Growth and Health" the subject of a course In child development and family relationship* which Kossuth county women will study this y Tuesday. Oct 12, at the home df Mrs. Garnie Hood for Portland- Burt townships. Thursday. Oct. 14, at the home of Mrs. C. C. Inman for Greenwood- Ramsey townships. Friday, Oct. IS. at the home of Mrs. L. A. Nltz for Ledyard, Lincoln townships. Tuesday, OcL 19. at the home of Mrs. Edw. Zwlefel, for Buffnlo- German townships. Friday, Oct. 22, at the home of Mrs. Harold Hunt for Irvington- Pralrle townships. Friday, Oct. 29. Sherman-Lu- Verne townships ' g p. m. Irtg sessloii God." »« .WWi« hot ilnf *v«ntog: sessions on the court h<n»o lawn. Notice of Pfdba-te of Wffi STATE OP IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNT*, ss. No. 4303 In tHstrtct Court, September Term, 19371 •• To All Whonf It M«fer Concern: Y6u Are H6re% Jtotlfled, That an Instrument of writing purport- Ing to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph Rahm, Deceased, dated November 9, 1931, having; been this day filed, opened and read,. Tuesday, the 2nd day of November, 1937, is fixed for .hearing proof «f same at the Court »Mse In AlgBBte. Iowa, before the District Court of ' said County, or the Clerk of seid Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned air persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and Allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 4, 1937. KATHARINE McEVOT, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon A Unnaa. attys. W-42 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. -t nrraira Cnrisees @» IT" 1 11 Ml Mls SimplicitL|" •••••••^••M Gives You the Trim Waist of a Fashion Model The elastic waistline straps pull diagonally to give you a stem-like waistline. Model 5710 is of batiste and elastic batiste with a bee 4 c bra top'. . S. P«t. O1T. P.CNo. l.«W,198 -_»i liao of (hit ep«n front lotwuuon Prtar. Tk. bew-li • ullor o»4 KM pvrT.d il««._. •ro IrimMod in •gfltboll. Cole'ii l«d, No»v old COBM. Slut. 10 to to. (i) Sk.1l lo». ilw ilppcr i UN ilUdud podMH. «• IM «AM ud Nw •Urn ar« (n>w ikol wm M~ kir koarl. Colo'» Cop«« and 10 to 14. We won't drawer for hei marks in reading, 'riling and 'rithmetic, but let her wear one of these new Lucettes and we'll guarantee an A in fashion. Styled like dresses for grown-ups, they're nevertheless as youthful and gay as young folk's frocks should b«. We've dozens of different »ryles here and an exciting variety of unusual fabric* in »he newest colon. Bring her in to see them all and let her make her own choke. The CHRISCHILLES Store FOR REAL GOOD CLOTHES SEE MADSON & HANSON

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