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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 28,1937 TAKE THIS Hog Feeding Short Cut FEED Minral Meat Meal and Com, and fatten your hogs at One-Third the cost Sargent Minral Meat Meal Gives your hogs Minerals, Proteins, Vitamins, Conditioners, complete in one sack ... at, half the price of ordinary minerals, and little more than you'd pay for tankakge. Absolute money- back guarantee. Take the Minral Meat Meal short cut and save money. Anderson Grain & Goal Go. Phone 308 Milwaiikee Tracks Insuring Time If you drive on the 'highways you should have proper Automohile Insurance. We write insurance of all kinds. Money loaned on Automobiles. Some bargains in Town Property. Kruse- Blossom Insurance Agency Algona, Iowa OTOSEN LADY'S MOTHER PASSED AWAYSATURDAY Mrs. Lars Olson Rites Held Tuesday At Bode Church Throughout the 90 years oi Us biitoiy. The Milwaukee Road bu cooperated in many wayi with the leiidenta oi the communities it leivei. • By providing corutanlly improving rail lervice at the loweil piac- . ticable rate* . . '•By aiding in the development oi these communities and oi the agricultural sections between them . . • By advertising the resources and attractions oi the regions it serve*... • By furnishing employment to residents oi each community along its lines . .. • By sharing, through large tax payments, the cost oi maintaining schools, highways and local government . . . • By aiding distressed sections in time of drought • That is what we do. But the teamwork lies In our efforts plus your response ' —your patronage oi the railroad when traveling or shipping in recognition oi its service. Pulling together is good business for us and ior you. Only through your continued support are we enabled to keep local men employed ... to make •ztemsive purchases from merchants and manufacturers in your territory ... to pay our heavy tax bill, and to continue the improvement oi rail service. Travel and Ship Via Tfe MILWAUKEE ROAD Ottosen: Mrs. Lars Olson passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Jolliffc Saturday night. Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. Haavik officiating. Has Second Stroke Lawrence Holden and Seval Holden were called to Humboldt Saturday evening when their mother, Mrs. Nels Holden was stricken with a stroke. This is the second stroke she has suffered the past week. 17th Birthday A few friends gathered at the Mike Coyle home Tuesday evening to help their son, Everett, celebrate his 17th birthday. The evening was spent playing games. A delicious lunch was served at a late hour. Those who were present were: Ardis Movick, Mary Jane Hofius, Patricia Coyle, Vivian Pur3y, Alfred Lee, Donley Jacobson, Allan Wehr- spann, Dennis Purdy, James Moore and Olvin Haug. O. P. C. Club The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Oliver Kinseth Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by current events. The program consisted of group singing, "School Days"; scripture, Psalm 13, by Mrs. Edgar Jacobson; lesson. Parliamentary Law, by Mrs. Kenne4S Stephenson; special music by the hostess; Readers' Digest by Mrs. Clarence Purdy and Hobbies by the hostess. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Ladies Rural Club The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Ted Underburg Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with a favorite actor. The lesson was on Movies. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess and assistant hostess, Mrs. Goch- nuer. Mrs. Osmund Watnem of Bode visited at the Percy Watnem home Monday. Miss Marilyn Kinseth spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Bpb Neave in Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth and daughter, Shirley, visited relatives at Bradgate Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan went to Iowa City Saturday to see the Iowa-Michigan game. Mr. and Mrs. Paton of Grand Junction are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Douglas Olson. Miss Gladys Lovig is spending this week visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. Togeas in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson unday visit- Mrs. Ole Knuteson and son, Robrt, visited at the Roscoe Kuhn ome in Rodman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Ellingson nd sons of Burt spent Thursday at tie Ole Kllingson home. Miss Clara Dahl has been employ- d at the Norman Keflseth home in iVcst Bend the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and on a spent Tuesday at the Bob Un- lerberg home in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and on, Richard, visited at the Henry Jergurn home in Bode Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Holden ana Mrs. -,eRoy Kleppe spent Wednesday at he Olaf Solberg home in Algona. Mr and Mrs. Theodore Truelson and sons of Woden visited at the Chris Anderson home the past week. The Community Ladies' Aid met in the church parlor.-, Friday afternoon with Mrs. Eugene FTotius and Mrs. Donald Moore as hostesses. Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk and Mrs. Clarence 1'urdy attended a two-day session of the District Federated Woman's club held at Carroll, Oct. 20 and 21. • Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Zinnel home were: Mrs. John Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Zinnel and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Schafer, all of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Elite Hundertmark of Livermore. Sunday dinner guests at the .lesse Van Buskirk home were: Mr. and Mrt. Junior Davids and Mr. and Mrs. John Davids and daughters of Allandorf, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs John Van Buskirk of West Bend. NOTRE DAME WHIPS NAVY—South Bend, Indiana, Oct. 23—'McCarthy number 39 starts on a 32 yard trip for a Notre Dame touchdown. The game was played on a slippery snow covered gridiron before a capacity throng. When Notre Dame tackles Minnesota at Minneapolis this Saturday, a hundred or more fans from Kossuth county will be in the stands. TheMan About Town Soya Chemacol Processed coal gives an easily controlled fire and cuts down on trips to the furnace. The genuine is identified with round tags. PEERLESS Requires no breaking up, no constant fussing while burning. Obedient to damper control. Very little ash. An old favorite, we recommend it highly. Order it Chemacol Processed. Try a load of BoUf ord's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE JIM POOL IT. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Swea-Eagle News Leslie Stevens and family of Maple Hill visited Sunday at the Tom Johnsons. Miss Esther Siems of Whittemore called Tuesday evening at the J. K. Harner home. Mr. arid Mrs. Ole Petterson of Armstrong were Sunday visitors at the Harold Hansons. Mrs. Clayton Houseman and her daughter, Ruth of Armstrong visited Sunday at the Harry Linden. Mr. and Ivlrs. Oscar Berggren and Anna Larson of Swea City were in Uunnell, Minn,, Sunday to visit at the Fingle Larson home. Mrs. John Hanson and children, Earl and Gladys visited Sunday with Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hasruus Hanson at Kingsted. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacson arid Mrs. W. C. Peterson visited Sunday at the Mart Peterrnun home at Corwith. Mrs. Andrew Larson returned home last Saturday from a Rochester, Minn., hospital, where she underwent a goitre operation two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Dettmar Thompson together with oilier members of the Swea City Baptist church visited the Baptist Old People's Home at YVinneuugo last Sunday. Anyone wishing to Ret rid of old field glasses or portable radio sets can find a marxet for them by see- Ing Russ Waller or Chuck Nicoulin. Each heads a party of fans headed for the Minnesc£a-Notre Dame football game. They have seats somewhere In St. Paul in the vicinity of the stadium playing field. • • • While Notre Dame is trying to collect a bounty on the Minnesota Gophers Saturday it might be well to have the bounty on the local pocket gohper placed back to ten cents per. A reduction of fifty percent is small when a boy takes in one gopher but ten gophers cut from a dollar to fifty cents means something. Anyway that's the way the kids look at it. The roadsides, fields, lawns and pastures are littered with fresh black mounds created by the increasing pests. • m • Fuzzy of the Silver Gray removed the screen doors at the late cold spell believing flies and small Insects were a thing of the past. Not so. The flies and box elder bugs like to eat with him. Fuzzy plans to stencil the outlines of spiders over the walls hoping the flies will take the hint and skiddo. » * • An example and a Rood one, of community cooperation for the welfare of its people can be seen in the planning and action at the soft water pond regarding the skating rink. The Junior Chamber of Commerce, its members, the city of Algona, the county supervisors, the insurance company and Andy Godfredson are nil working on the project. Al Ithe worry now seems to be waiting for nature to get cold. Get yohr skates ready. Everyone is invited. • * • Druggists, load up on liniment and rubbing alcohol These middle aged who cannot be convinced they are getting old will need massages and rub downs me morning after the first skating party. A few tried it last year on the river above tlie dam and found their muscles bound up for days. W * * Councilman Tunney Hu?nhold Invited guests to a wild duek dinner. The ducks were placed in the electric stove, the clock set for the shut-off of current at the allotment of time necessary to cook the ducks and the party went for a ride. Returning to a gorgeous feast they found the ducks well done. Done to a crisp. The stove still heating. The clock failed to stop the juice. A gust of air and the ducks were no more. Hamburger was the stooge. • • • Blood from the nose nmrared over face and hands is a gruesome sight. It has its day though, as Bud Me- Neill can rightfully say. In one of the finest pass snatches seen in many a day on a high school football field, Bud went high into the air to snag the ball, hang onto it for what may have been the difference in winning or losing the game at Hampton Friday. And he gives credit for that catch to a bloody nose. Sticky red in coagulation form on the hands made that ball stay there. • • • Oru {Carson, winner of the gurss- ing contest of football games in this paper, is going to see the big game at Minneapolis Saturday. Her husband, Bob, who doesn't know e as much as she about the game has promised her this treat. And, if you can believe him, it is not a guessing test with Ora, it is knowing from study that ranks ner as a topnotcher. • • • Ralph Miedke has a new canvas boat. Dreams or great days on the water after ducks is fading. Too many friends with Ifalph's welfare at heart have advised him not to use the thi| <4. None yet has been able to keep one of the kind right side up. Ralph is heeding their advice and without even a trial in the icy waters has it for sale. <25c fur a want ad). « • * Lucia \Valluce ha* a vast- handed down through the generations of a family which was made in the year 18)ii An almost unbelievable event happened which brought together her vase and one possessed by Lawivncu Gillespie. The vases are nearly identical. Each has the same daU- molded into the base. The handles are alike; the body the same. The owners are convinced nothing of the kind so similar is available anywhere in the country. Miss Wallace has them for display. New Cheesemaker Coming to LuVerne: Thu Harry Melziva household goods were taken .by truck Tuesday to Madison, Wls., where they plan to make their home for the winter. Mr. Melziva has been cheesemaker at the cheese factory east of town since it was opened last year. He is planning to take a course along his line of business at the University of Wisconsin this winter. A young man from Green Bay, Wis., has come to take his place here. Portland Twp. Mrs. Geo. Lanning is recovering from a recent Illness. The Dell Fitch family were Algona business callers Monday. Donald Hammerstrom of Burt is helping with the corn picking at the Claude Sigsbees. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann visited Saturday and Sunday with the Mell Petersons, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Aage Hansen was assisted with paper hanging one day last week by May Dettman. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson visited Sunday in Grant township with the Wm. Nelson family. lona Godfredson is assisting this week at the Merle Woltz home, where a new son arrived recently. A surprise birthday party was held Wednesday by neighbor women for Mrs. Dave Weber at the Weber home. Sunday supper guests at the Dell Fitch home were the Chester Fitch family. Sexton, also a brother, Harold Fitch. Mrs. Martin Becker accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, West Bend, to Mason City, last Saturday, to spend the day. Miss Letha Mann and LeRoy Lee called Sunday afternoon on the Frank Ryerson, Gerald Brace and Oscar Johnson homes. Mr*. Raymond Blerstedt, Mrs. Frank Householder and son, Kenneth, were Saturday callers at the Claude Sigsbees and Donald Bler- stedt returned to Lone Rock with them after several days' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, son, Alvln, daughter, lona, W. D. Woltz, and Leo FrankI, Algona, spent Sunday at Mason CHy with the Lyle Godfredsons. While" there they drove to the scene of the recent bus-train accident. Avery Fitch took his mother to Wesley Tuesday, where she attended a shower at the Mrs. Clarence Colemans' for the letter's sister, Mrs. Glenn Johnson. They stopped on the homeward journey at Sexton and brought Harley Fitch home with them for a week's visit. Special Hallowe'en Brick ' Made of Rainbow tee Cream A crazy combination of flavors and colors. Just the thing for Hallow- e'en, i 46c a brick ' Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 •WANT ADS' BRING QUICK RESULT* Worth Waiting for! (Below is a telegram just received from Detroit, Michigan, in response to our inquiry about the 1938 Ford Cars, to be shown and distributed in the very near future). ; MI ttgmim TC mot tut ewrtiiT if uumsa on • WESTERN UNION IteHtaf ••••^•••ttai.itlw Mtafrwu *!•••• Mri*ihH»t ••**•*..•*•«••«.> <»•••«' Rwnind at Detroit, Michigan Kent Motor Co., v Algona, Iowa After seeing New i938 Ford Care and Trucks and Lincoln Zephyrs at preview, there is no doubt but what Ford leadership will be maintained through 1938 as it has in ^e past. The New Ford is an entirely new car in apperance and interior appointments. Would advise you Telephone all your new car prospects Ford Nelson - Bolcott WATCH THIS NEWSPAPER—THEY'RE ON THE WAY Kent Motor Co. SALES—FORD—SERVICE MISBACH'S Ready for Winter Come In now before cold weather starts. Be ready the first cold day. Special offerings during next few days. Suits O'Coats $18.50 $22.50 $12.50 $16.50 $24.50 $29.50 $24.50 $29.50 The suit or coat you want at a price yon wantto pay. TOPCOATS $12.50 $18.50 $24.50 Men's Zipper Jackets BLUE MELTON All Wool $3.39 Overshoes MCII'K 5-buckie Work Overshoes $2.89 Men's Dress Zipper Overshoes $2.95 HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL Ear Muffs 50e Mittens to Match .91.89 Union M.-D. Guest* At G. J. F. Vogel* Burt: The Union township Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G J. F. Vogel. Mrs. Mayme Hofius of Gilmore Cliy, was assisting hostess. The program included a book review of Milne's "Peace With Honor" by Mrs. A. H. Wood and a piano solo by Ruth Hodgson. About 25 members were present. Mrs. Lolyd j Ulston, (lilinort* City, was a guest. Husking Supplies Gloves and Mitt* $1.39 and $1.89 Sleeves at .___ 29c OVERALLS Rail Chief -$1.10 Lee $1.59 Suede Zipper Shirts...$U9 Men's Flannel Pajamas $1.65 to $1.45 Men's Blanket Lined JACKETS $1.69 MISBACH'S

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