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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 4, 1937 Mrs. B. M. Skrothgate wan a dln- «« guest at Brltt, Tuesday, at the Rohrbaeh home. Dr. Gay Anderson of Ackely, visited hlfl father, Fred Anderson, at his home here, Sunday. August Schmidt, who In suffering from a cancerous/ growth In his mouth, is getting weaker. Mr. and MM. Sam Smith will return today (Thursday) after a two <Jay business trip to Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George I* Free of darner visited Sunday evening with the former's mother, Mrs. G. H. Free. Mary Rammer, sister of Greg Rammer, has been seriously ill the .past week, suffering from several light strokes. W. H. Lewis, former Spencer Mayor and his wife, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville. They are Mrs. Neville's parents. M. A. Sullivan, WaterfAo, was a dinner guests of his sistof, Pauline Van Horn, Wednesday evwiing. He Is a salesman and Miss Tan Horn • la Dr. P. V. Janse's office nurse. Mr*. William Sewunkn of Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Rolfe spent the week end visiting their sister, Mrs. E. W. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barton of St. Paul spent Sunday with Mrs. Barton's father, A. J. Keene, Wlio Is a patient at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Ed Win left for Rockwell City, Sunday, to visit with her son, Martin, for a few days. Martin lives on a farm near Rockwell City. Matt Uunuth and Alex Nielsen left Wednesday morning for a fishing trip at Grey Eagle lake In northern Minnesota. They will return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon and little daughter, Nancy drove to Mason City, Sunday, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammlll. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen spent the week end at Des Moines vinitlng the former's sister, Dorlys Knudsen, who left for California early Monday morning for an indefinite stay. Dorlys la located at 910 Park Avenue, Bell Flower, California. USED Radios Stoves Refrigerators 4 Second Hand Electric Radios priced to sell One 5£ Ft. Electric Refrigerator two years old Several Used Cook Stoves Several Used Washers of All Makes Kohlhaas & Spilles Thev Tell You Smartly...that it's CREATIONS FIRSTS! Every one of them new as new! High gored pumps... Multi-Colors! "Knife slashed" Ties!., and many others. EVERY new material and color. Choose yours now! The Coneordla LadlfV Aid meet* Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church with Mesdames Loss and Steussy as hostesses. Dale Clark, Kossuth county cow tester, attended a district meeting of cow testers at Emmetsburg: Tuesday. There were 28 present at the meeting. Rev. C. We*ton Sanders ot Cartersville, Illinois, will preach at the Bpatist church next Sunday morning and evening. He Is a candidate for the pastorate. Mrs. A. L. Long left Wednesday for New Hampton, Iowa, and will visit until Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Jackson and her sister, Ruth Jackson. Judge and Mrs. W. B. Qnarton spent the week end at Cedar Rapids visiting at the homes of their sons and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quarton. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample spent the week end visiting relatives at Butterfleld, Minnesota. Mrs. C. F. Spiecht accompanied tfiem and visited her mother at Mountain Lake, Minnesota. Alice and Nettle Winkle of Minneapolis ate visiting their, aunt, Gusta Winkle and other relatives and friends in this vicinity. Alice and Nettie will leave the last of the week for Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson and Mrs. M. J. Streit went to Des Motnes ast week Monday and Mr. Johnson looked after business matters there. He is a district life insurance supervisor here. In a letter received from Mrs. Gail Pettit asking that her paper be sent to Avandale Estates, Georgia, she said that they were enjoying warm weather and had a very enjoyable trip down to Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes took the letter's sister, Mrs. Charles Sweeney, to Boone Sunday, from where she returned to her home in California. Mrs. Sweeney had visited here for several weeks. Mrs. Frank Ostrum left Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Oclwein, and with her son nnd wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Ostrum at Lyle, Minnesota. She will return the first part of next week. Mrs. J. O. F. Price took her Bister, Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill, and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, Minnie J. Coate and Ella Thompson to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, where they visited the Fort Dodge laboratory. Airs. A. A. Bishop accompanied by Mrs. J. F. Atkinson and Mrs. W. H. Morllng of Emmetsburg and Mrs. McDowell of West Bend attended a sub-district meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church at Rowan Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. CutUgan left for their home in La Grange, Illinois after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. The men are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. CuUigau had been to the Twin Cities where they bad attended the Minnesota* Notre Dame football game, The Right Reverend Harry S. Longley, D. D., the Bishop of Iowa will visit St. Thomas Episcopal church (n Algona for special service* Monday evening of next week It t:W. The blabop will preach and confer the sacrament of holy confirmation. The public is invited to attend the services. CLUB MEETING ATRHBHOFFS Hallowe'en Theme Used By Busy Bees; Next Meeting Nov. 12 Union: The Busy Bee club was entertained at the Clarence Reib- hoff home last Friday afternoon. Games in keeping with Hallowe'en were enjoyed. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Elsie Dugan at her home Nov. 12th. Pennsylvania Gueoto Mr. and Mrs. Enos Werriert and Mr. and Mrs. George House and daughter of Freedom. Pa., were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason. master of the Mr. House is pay- Bethlehem steel works in Pennsylvania. Leonard Cruikshank is driving a new Plymouth car. Kenneth Gould is picking corn for Clarence Kramer. Stanley Gardner made a business trip to Fort Dodge Tuesday. / Harley Will drove to Waterloo on itonday. He expected to be gone wo or three days. Chester Bailey and Charles Geilenfeldt shelled corn last week and Mr. Bailey finished his threshing ast Thursday. Alfred Schenck combined his soy beans last week and on Tuesday of his week combined a patch of them 'or Frank Hoflus. The buildings on the F. S. Norton estate farm have undergone a new coat of paint which adds much to :heir appearance. Chris Alt is the tenant. Mrs. Mnme Winkel, her son, Julus and wife of Algona. and the lat- ier's parents, Mr. und Mrs. Frank Capesius were in Mason City Sun- lay attending the Passion Play. Dorothy Gisch of Union was initiated at a party tendered the freshmen by the juniors at St. Cecelia's academy last Thursday evening ht Algona. Mrs. Emil Stoffel. Mrs. Henry Eischeid, Mrs. Louis Bode and Miss Evelyn Dole assisted the juniors with the lunch. News Items of Wesley Vicinity spend the day with Larson nnd Byro relatives. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Urhnn Nouroth are tho parents of a baby Rirl born to them Saturday evening. This is their first child Mrs. Julius Kan* returned home Saturday from Milwaukee whore she flnd Mrs. Art Corey hud been on a ten days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and Irving and Rosalie, drove In Story City Sunday to spend the day with her parents, the I,. Seversike*. Dr. and Mrs. R, K. Richardson drove to Blooming Prairie, Minn., Saturday night to visit until Sunday night with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison spent the weelt end at. New Providence with her mother. Mrs. Margaret Lnwlcr and other relatives. j two son:! spent Sunday al New I Hampton visiti'is his father nnd Study Club Meets j several nlh-r nielunann t dative 1 ;. Mrs. Elmer Glavve entertained the j Mrs. Walla.-e Hentmi. \\lin lim members of her Study club Thurs- hecu in th" Kossnth hospitil at Residence CItang«i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer sn^ family mojved Into town the fore part of this week from the farm house southeast of town occupied by them this past year. They have rented the Charles Landers house which was made vacant through the Lenders family having moved to Wisconsin. Mr. Landers has loused his garage and service station Adam Matern who took possession a week ago. Farewell Party Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter attended n family reunion at his parental home n Algona, Sunday, given as a farewell courtesy in his honor before his departure Monday for Fort Worth, Texas, where he is expecting to enter government work. For the present Mrs. Bonnstetter and two sons will live in Ohirngo with her sister, Mrs. J. N. Leary. day afternoon with Mrs. Alfred Erdman the leader of the lesson and Mrs. L. F. Pfeffer assisting. ivTrs. Milton (lidding* will he the next hostess to the club on Wednesday. November 10. leaving the next day open for the members attendance at the Armistice Day program on the llth. Alfiona for tv.o wi->KS is cspcrfMl home the latter part nf this wool;, having responded ni 1 oly to treatments for hor anrmu- romiitioti. Red Cross Plans Plans are going forward at present for the annual Red Cross membership rell call with Mrs. L. Lease as local chairman. The Study club is the local group sponsoring roll call this year and solicitors will be as follows for the town: main street, Mesdames A. Erdmann nnd C. Kraus; north of track, Mesdames J. Mullins and M. GIddings: southeast part of town, Mesdnmes A. Dawson and A. Aldrich; southwest, Mesdames A. Lease nnd V. Dnuglm. At present Nov. 12 has been set for the soliciting. Former Whittemore World War Nurse Died Last Week Whittemore: Funeral services for Miss Genevieve BIgley, 48, World War nurse who served two years In France, were held at St. Thomas Catholic church Monday morning. Friday at Newton, Kansas, after being stricken with influenza and pneumonia as she waa enroute to Holbrook, Arizona, where she was to be associated with a government hospital. Born in Emmetsburg, Miss Bigley was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bigley, now dead. Later the family moved to GraetUnger and HIM BlgUy *nt#r*d 'th*> nurfl profession. Unusually successful her chosen career, ahe enlteted with Dr. Murphy's unit during the World War and pcrfomed exhausting and heroic services two miles behind the front line trenches in France for several months, remaining in France for two years. Returning to America after the war, she was employed in government lios- liituls as, .superintendent of nurses for sevirfil years, her most recent work being iii the .state of Washington. Surviving arc ten brothers and sisters among whom are Mrs. \Vm. Higgins, Sr., and Jiime.s Bigley, both of here. Housecoats both new and colorful Aztec Style 520 The new and popular bolder pattern, as colorful as its name implies. A double breasted model in black, navy. Sizes 14-16-18-20. Jungle Serenade Style 542 Color, color and more color it m» theme of this Flowered Poplin, with the stitched in belt o/id large patch pockets. *-om*i in navy, wine, brown. Sizes 14-16-18-20. $1.98 IIiiIloxvcYu I'urty Miss Marilyn Woodward, daughter of Dir. and Mrs. H. E, Woodward, entertained 15 K'rls at H Hal- lowe'en party at her home, Sunday evening. Guests were Anna Mne Butler, Margaret and Gcraldine Rooncy, Marjorie Weber, Mary June Reding, Lorraine Laidley, Boni'.a Hanscll, Geraldine Mallory, Lotitia Kenne, Helen Meyer, Hazel Maahs, Betty Schmitt, Bonnie Bro- Ijan, Dorothy Wugner and Catherine Origer. Henry Miller fell Saturday and bruised his arms severely. The M. K. Cullen family of Mason City spent Sunday at the J. S. Cull • en home here. Joe Laubenthal of Rolfe spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Joe Murer and Luciun. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig and family spent Sunday at the Wm. Kerker home at Pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and family of here viaitud at the Alfred Bruhiv home ut Kairvillc, Sunday. The Martin Meyer family of Garner visited at the parental Wm. Meyer and Fred Struec'ker homes, Sunday. Norman Discher, son of Rev. and Mrs., W. H. Discher, submitted to a tonbilectomy operation at Fort IJodge, Monday. Henry Laui-lt is laid up with a carbuncle on his left hand this week and will be unable to pick corn this season. Jim Fandel, who attends Trinity College at Sioux City, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fundel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of here spent Sunday at the Krwin Kuecker home in Ames. Ralph Brattz, Art Schultz, Adrian Minae and Ralph Elmer of Mupleton, Minn., visited ut the Louis Braatz home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sylvester und sou, Connie of Sioux City, spent a few duya this week with Mrs. Sylvester's mother, Mrs.. Elizabeth Higgius. Maine Gengler, who is taking nurses' training at Mercy hospital in Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uto. Gengler. Mrs. William Sluga and three children of HeUmora, 111., uuoe Saturday to *pend 10 days with Mrs. Slugs'* parent* Mr. und Mra. Theodore EJbort and other relatives. Mr. and Mm. Martin Ltmpke and daughter of CarUtad, Minn., and Mr*. Okrt Lempke, ST.. of Fairmont, Minn.. vUiUd at tkur Vc*d Hebufcb IUXM Kfeiday. Mis.-! Graoc Konba of Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents, the Frank Koubas, Sr. Ralph Welter, employe.! as salesman at a clothing store in Mason City, spent Sunday here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin drove to Clarion Sunday to Greatest Bargains Two Features 21c TWO EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Today Thro Sat. Story of the Pony Express of early days. Hoot Gibson "Cavalcade of West" Second Feature Plus "The Pnintwl Stallion" Sun-Mon., Nov. 7-8 2 Special Attractions 21c "West of Shanghai" China at War—what happens to Americans? YOU BUY vANY INSULATION CHECK THEM ALL AGAINST THESE REQUIREMENTS 1. I'niform, proof density 2. Permanent thermal conductiviiv 3. Low cost 4. Dual low 12. i::. value tamper- 10. K'otproof 11. Fireproof Safe Dielectric installation 11. Odorless lf>. Clean insulation Ki. No settlement 17. iVnnnnont 5. Const ant fuel saving 1H. Will not absorb 6. Comfortable sum- moisture nier and winter temper- 15). Sound-deadening atures 20. Easy to install 7. Ideal for air eondi- 21. Light in weight tioned homes 22. A thick insulation 8. Chemicaly inert 2.'!. No waste f). Vermin and rodent- 24, Complete fill proof 2"). Heconmiended Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 2')(i Jim 'pool THERE IS ONLY ONE INSULATION THAT, RATES 1OO% ON ALL THESE POINTS Open for Business Wo have equipped our shop with tin- latest d- ctric molds for vulcanizing tires and have a man with years of experience to handle them. Sampson Tire Service Located at 110 State Street ALL WORK GUJABANTEED TAKK THE SHORT CUT TO HOG FEEDING PROFITS No Minerals To Buy No Tankage To Buy No Conditioners To Buy No Mixed Feeds To Buy Sargent Minral Meat Meal Supplies Proteins and Minerals . . . Balance for your grain ration. One bag tVeds as far as two ha.ffs of tankage. Ask your IOCM! dealer. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone :>OS Milwaukee Tracks DICAROO COKTCZ BEVERLY ROBERTS * WMM* wet. HOMI Baldwin Food Market Free Delivery Phone 355 Blue G Coffee with beautiful Monox petalware plate 29c Hilex Pint __________ 12 1 / 2 c Gallon __________ 59c JO A ({old Toast Corn Flakes Tw " 19c for 1J< » Tomato Soup Four cans IOA Light Syrup No. 10 ' gallon TO A Quick or Re Oats ex- Is- 1C- pkiy. 1JC Standard Urade Peas 0 No. 2 OC •'fins ^ JC Mold Nugget Flour 49 Ibs. HJ) Fresh Fruits and Veg California Seedless Grapefruit Sweet Potatoes Best Ever ;> Ibs. ______ Solid Crisp Head Lettuce for l&S Well bleached crisp Celery 2 for Fresh Meats \Vinipy X|Hvj,-i Hamburger 2 „,. 29c Tender Beef Roast 17c FRESH BOLOGNA LB.18C HUSKING MITTS extra heavy brown doz. $1 *• i fit ESP PUBLIC SALE As I am going to quit farming, I will sell at public auction all my personal property on the old Ellsworth ranch north of Crystal Lake, ten miles north of Britt, nine miles southwest of Forest City twelve miles south of Thompson, eight miles east of Woden on Tuesday, Nov. 9th Sal., to SUtrt at 10 o'clock A. M. Lunch Wagon on Uw Ground 279 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 29 HORSES 29 1 spar, of sorrel marts, 2 and ;i years old, wt. .'ilOU. 1 span of (jrey mares. 7 yrs. old wt. .'MOO. '- .--pan ul bay mares. 4 yr,. old, v.i. :;I;OH. 1 span of' black mares. 4 and 8 vis, c.|(i, wt. .'i2(K). 1 .spun <,I black marcs, li yrs. old, wt. UbUO. J span of hays, marc and gelding. '! yrs. old, wt 'MM. 1 blai.k gelding, 11 years old, wt. ISM). 1 bay mure, 12 yrs. old, wt. 1750. 1 slum steel grey mares 1 yr old 1 span bluck mures, 1 yr. old 1 yr 2 of hed; old and 1 span of blue roan mares, ohl 1 bay mare, 1 yr. old 5 .suckling colts, all mares— them are sorrels, well matc other time ale blacks. I buckskin pony 1 sorrel colt. Ki-ldintf, 1 yr 1 .stallion, horrel, silver mane tail, I years old, weight la 110 Head of Extra Good Shorthorn Cattle SHEEP HOGS FARM MACHINERY, ETC. McCormick-Deering F-30 Farmull, equipped with rubber or steel- has following attachments: McCormick-Deering 4-row corn planter, 160 rods wire, good as new; McCormick-Deering 2-row corn plow, good as new; McCormick-Ueering power driv« 2-row corn binder, good as new; McCormick-Deering power drive 10-foot oats binder, good as new; McCormick-Deering three Hindi bottom plow good aa new; McCormick-Deering H-ft. tractor disc; steel buzz suw attachment for Furmall. John Deere 10-ft horse disc; 2 John Deere single row cultivators; 1 Peterson single row cultivator- McCormick-Deering 2-row horsu cultivator; McCormick-Deering 6- ft. mower, good us new; Minnesota hay loader; Minnesota dumo rake; Minnesota, side delivery rake; V8 Ford pickup '34 model' 2*. 46 Minneapolis thresher, all steel; 12-ft. Kover digger; 38-ft. Farmer Friend elevator, all complete; McCormick-Deeriag- endgate seeder; 24-ft. steel harrow; Caso gang plow; drag curt; John Deere corn planter; potato planter; potato digger; walking plow, etc. TERMS: Cash or niake arrangements with your banker. Clyde Shipler, Owner Ittuogto & Matern, Auctioneer* — -

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