The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1937 · Page 8
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AlgOTH, «, 198T IEITZ, EARL MEIER OF BURT, BRIDE AND GROOM SUNDAY Ceremony Performed M. £. Parsonage by Bev. Speicher at spert the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. | Aleedn Toebben, Chicago, came j Monday to spend n couple of weeks' I vacation with her mother, Mrs. An' na Toebben. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rader, Man- Doan Aid Bazaar Set Next Tuesday Doan: The Doan Ladies' Aid will hold its annual fall bazaar and supper at the Doan church on Tuesday evening, Nov. 9. The public is invited. of Mrs. Coleman's Weise. Burt: Arlene. daughter of Mrs. £ s Pf nt , S ." n «** ?* "? e hom ' of Augusta Beitz. and Earl, son of! Mr ^ R * fier s P aronts ' Mr - " nd Mrs ' Mr. and Mr.-. Henry Meier, were , G c Alkn married Sunday evening nt the j The American Legion and Aux- Mcthodist parsonage, the Rev. Tho- ' i''«ry held its monthly meeting at Marie burn Speicher performing the cer- j the Charle* Scott home last Tues -• hostes'= to "hi emony. i day evening. Pre-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Ruth Sparks attended a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at the Clarence Coleman home at Wesley in honor sister. Alice They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Meier, brother and sister-in- law of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier were also present. Th» ; newlyweds are at home in room? in the house, in which Mrs Beitz ! lives. I W. E. Sfaffll. gfi | Friday was W, E Stahl's S6th ! birthday. Rnselln Ripgr. who has been em- plryeil in the Stow rnfo. has given up her position nnd rotiirneil to her home at The Art Fandcl? ppent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fandfl's parents. Mr. and Mr?. M. W. Prennan. at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mr? Kenneth May. Po- cnhontas. and the Robert Grahams. Doan Woman's Club Christensen was the hostes? to the Doan Woman's club on Oct. 27 nnd roll call was answered by Bible verses. Mable Hnn- sen gave a talk on "Washington, Present and Future." "Memorial Monuments" was given by Mary ington was followed events. Mary Crulkshank, who tcache two miles north of the Doan school held a very successful pie socia Friday evening, Oct. 29. Gladys Paetz who is employed a the Sioux City Seed Co. offices in Mankato, Minn., spent from Satur day until Monday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz. Mrs. Raymond Krantz and tfieir children and Clarice Falk of Ti- tonkn and Mrs. Rae Hutchison, son Robert and Robert's two boy friends of Waterloo were all Sunday dinner guests at the Bryan Asa home. Mrs. Hutchison and Robert came Friday evening and returned home Sunday evening. 2 Programs At Portland Schools birthday. A number of relatives j A i gclnn ,' wer e Sunday guests at the and friends called to offer him » f< ««rtrk home i birthdav ereetines. Mr. Ptahl h ao ! J ' G ***** ftome birthday greetings. Mr. Stahl has been In very poor health for some time, Bad Heart Attack H. A. Whitehill had 'a severe heart attack Sunday night. Ruby Sanderson went to Des Moines Sunday to visit relatives. The Hi-Low bridge club met on Tuesday with Mrs. L. H. Schenck. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald were week end visitors at Minneapolis. The S. M. Petersons were Sunday dinner guests at the H. A Thompson home. Vera Chipman, Mason City, spent the week end here with her father, E. O. Chipman. The E. C. Schwieterts spent the week end with relative? at Albert Lea and Lakota. The H. E. Rachuts spent Sunday at the B. G. Wuertz home at Brownsdale, Minn. The Earl Millers spent Sunday with Mrs. Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cox, in Algona. Portland: Two school programs were given in Portland last week, one at the school house in District Young and a reading by Elna Buff- 5, Wednesday evening with Dorby current lothy Smith as teacher, the other at I the school house in Dist. 8 Thurs'• day evening with Letha Mann as Cyril Venteicher i= driving n ; teachers. Mrs. Dell Fitch won. a Chevrolet coupe purchased recent- I box of candy at the No. 5 school, ly. land Mrs. Ray McWhorter won an entertained on ! * nd utable S iven away at the No. honor of Mr. ,^^ o The NO,^ receipt, we r?j on the west occupied by Mr. Mey erg as renter. Possession will be given on dellv cry of the deed for the town property and March 1st next on th lands. These properties are going to be sold to the party making the bes offer and anyone interested ahottlt get In touch with me Immediately. M. P. HAGGARD, Referee 42-43-44 Algona, Iowa FOR SALE—40 Spotted Poland hina bears. Good ones. —Anton Vamen, Rlngsted, Iowa. 39-44 Miscellaneous FARMS FOR SALS—All sizes prices, locations; Terms to suit vou. List your farm with us.—McDonald A Co. i 10-tf FARM LOANS—Ten year farm oans. 4'i, no commission.—C. Wt Vicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa! 43-14* s Tom The Rev. and Mrs. J M. Poms {Friday evening jn Mrs. J. W. Dorranre and Florence j Elefson's birthday. r ~ Hn«h attended the Passion play at Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders of Mason City Saturday. Algona spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs G. W. Bleich nc- the Bryan Asa home, companicd Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cron- jf rs . an. Algona, to Toledo, where they Tom Elefsc spent the week end at the Don | jt ors last Thursday. Oct. 28. Cronan home. Mrs Lambert Venteicher was ill Last Wednesday evening the Sun- | as t week and Venita Venteicher day School class taught by Rev. | assisted with the house work. Speicher met at the parsonage for j Union Dist. 2 Party „.,,.. . ,. i Union: A Hallowe'en party was Rudolph Larson and Mrs. enjoyed by the pupils in District efson were Mason City vis- No . 2 last Thursda. On Frid the REAL BARGAINS on good 1m- itpved (arms, also real buys on AI- ona lots and homes.—Kohthaas Sros., phone 25. . 20-tf NOTICE—Every want ad in The Upper Des Moines with 340(J ctrcu- JailO/V 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? No . 2 last Thursday. On Friday the teacher, Miss Natalie Mann, took the teachers' examinations at Algona and Jean Marie Sarchett substituted for her. Ruth Martin. Rockford, 111., spent the week end at the home of her friend. Ruth Hodgson. The W. J. Lockwoods were Sunday supper guests at the Otis Sanders home in Lone Rock. The R. E. Kautzkys and Anna Meinzer of Fort Dodge spent Sun- Clisurmiiig •• Aren't They? New Cotton Dresses t TTiwrm t it iiirischiilJes ? IT O IKk. IB They are so different, *o individual, so completely charming—these new cotton home frocks good for morning, afternoon and street. They come in the new rayon mixtures, chullics and sparkling prints —•all bizes from 14 to 44 and priced within the reach of every purse— '1J8, *3.98 a Hallowe'en party. About 14 boys | and girls attended. | Ray and Paul Isenberger. Decorah. spent the week end at the J. O. Isenberger home. On Sunday Qiey all went to Swea City to spend the day at the N. M. Godfredson home. Marjorie Baas has returned to her home after assisting several months at rite Lewis Bartlett home Lewis Schmelingr. Whittemore. spent Sunday at the Albert Baas home. Mr. and Mrs. Burkland and son. Raymond, Fenton. were callers at the W. T. Kennedy home Sunday. Raymond went to Mason City with Dale Kennedy, who had spent the Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Purebred Duroc Jersey boars, new blood lines.—A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. 44* week end at home. A group of relatives gathered at the J. D. Graham home Friday evening to celebrate the birthdays of Mr. Graham and Kenneth. The August Stroms, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willc, Algona, attended. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Linder and daughter, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Putman and three daughters, Hartley, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ida Kuchcnreuther. Mr. Linder is Mrs. Kuchenreuther's nephew and Mrs. Putman is her cousin. The Ladies Aid society met Wednesday in the Methodist church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. G. C. Allen. Mrs. A. C. Bemhard, and Mrs. Carl Bahling. Final plans were made for the annual dinner and bazaar, which will be held on Nov. 11 In the church parlors. Mrs. Gertie Thompson, wfaa baa been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Girton, at Grinnell for a number of weeks, returned home Saturday. Mr. Girton brought her homo and stayed until Sunday, when he left for Sioux Falls, S. D., whore the Girt- un.s expert to move .soon. Refreshing and Different New Wellesley Frocks of Woolenaire risc IT -11 ll es ifi US Hurt is the these newest, smartest n of the entire attractive, individual dresses, fashiuneil from sheerest wuol in all the popular brilliant colors of the holiday season. You'll love them too — with their chic lines, their perfect tit and their reasonable price. All sizes from 12 to 18, only *7.95 FOR SALE—1928 Pontiac sedan, A-l shape, good tires, will sell cheap. —George Bruellman. 2 mi. north, 2 mi. east from Ottosen. 44* FOR SALE—110 high-bred pullets. Excellent stock. For particulars see Albert Weber at Webers Produce at Livermore. 44* FOR SALE—Studebaker sedan. 1926. family car always well cared for.—Gus Sojgren. 44 FOR SALE—Buff Orpington pullets.—Lucille Andorfer, 1 mile E. St Benedict, c-o Al Rosenmeyer. 43-44* FARM FOR SALE—188 mile east from Lakota, splendid churches and Schools; Webster-Clarion soil, highly* fertile, fair set of buildings. Most of the farm lies outside high-taxing district. Owner wants to consolidate his properties and will let this go AT A BARGAIN PRICEj See H. D. Hutchins. "Over Barry's". Algona, Iowa. 43&4S FOR SALE—Good cowhide robe, full size, very reasonable.—Moe & Sjogren. 44 FOR SALE—10 head horses, mostly mares. 3 to 7 years old, wt. 1300-1600—C. L. McVay. phone 791 Algona- 44* FOR SALE—6 hole Copper Clad range, good condition.—Moe & Sjogren. 43 FOR SALE—240 acre well improved farm 7 ] /4 miles due north of Swea City. Gust Isenberg, tenant—A. J. Blewer, 1011-14th St. So., Fargo, N. D. FOR SALE!—Ever-Ready used electric radio, $6.50. Phone 514-W or call at 712 E. McGregor. FOR SALE—Hampshire boars. spring and full. Cholera immuned. Alphon.se Bt-rte, Bode. 42-44* FARM FOR SALE—157 acres, Webster Kilty clay loam; one of the choicest in Kossuth county, full set of farm buildings, close to market, rhurrh and school. Corwith, on cHl gravel road, needs only lit- tl(; more drainage; in high state of fertility; already well financed with "government loans" transferable to purchaser. Illinois owners want to Kettle among selves and will sell for $125.00 per acre. See H. D. Hutchins, "Over Barry's", Algona, Iowa. 43&4S FOR SALE—Chester White boars cholera immune. Farmers' prices. —Aaron Taylor, Burt. 43-44* Things are Really Happening at our ANNEX Thc-se are great days at our little Htore. just around the i oriirr, and we are going out after business by offering the most M nsational bargains of the entire .season. For KKII>AY and SATURDAY you can buy coals and dre.s.ies at prices which are almost unbelievable. Our $1.00 silk dresses didn't last an hour !a.->t week and this week end we offer an even choicer lot at only $1.99 Also, we are going to sell fine winter coats so cheap, you'll wonder about them. But you needn't. They are all wool, warm and backed by the hon- t-.ity of the Main store. But we are going to sell these line i oats for as little as $9.90 tuitl HH>.M —for coats you ordinarily pay $15.00 and $2-1.50 for. f Joint in and get your winter coat at the ANNEX. Special for November, Saturdays only During the month of November, Saturdays only, we offtr our famous MKM silk hosiery, which usually sells at 08c-, for only SSc. Hose will not apply on hosiery club, but you will have your choice of colors and both chiffon and service weights. This is the greatest silk hose value of the seu&on .We have soli! this same hose for 3 years at the ANNEX and we kilobit's a good value. CHOICE FARMS FOR SALE— Highly fertile: both improved and unimproved. Would-be farm owners LIST YOUR REQUIREMENTS WITH US and we will try to find what you want. OUR BUSINESS IS TO BRING SELLER AND BUYER TOGETHER; also to help finance the purchase of farms for new owners.—H. D. Hutchins. "Over Barry's". Algona, Iowa 43&45 LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest—Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf BUT A FARM while prices are down. List your property with me. —Edward Capesius, Helse building, Algona. 37-tf Card of Thanks We wish to take this means of thanking all our friends and neighbors for the flowers sent us and all the kindness shown during our illness. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen and Duane. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness, assistance and expressions of sympathy extended during the recent illness and following the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Wm. Neuroth and family. 44 2 Births Same Day m Family Ledyard: Mr. Arid Mrs. Clifton Engelby are the pattnta of a Son bom Sunday, Oct 31. ittt. Clifford Jfuhl of Forest Ctty Id caring for them. On the same day Mrs. Engelby's sister, Mr*. Otto Rlchtcr, of near Elmore also gave birth to a son. Marjorie and JfSan Gable were Sunday guests at the Paul Gelhaus home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke attended A funeral at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs. CharWs Hllferty and Mrs. N. A. Plngel were Elmore callers Saturday. John Junkermeler of Rembrandt visited at the Alfred Schadendorf home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hemme Troff are the parents of a 9',4 pound son, born last week Monday, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Granner Sunday at the Harold Granner home. N Mr. and Mrs. John Sicken an4 Mrs. Victor Anderson of Guckeen. visited at the George Hagge home Sunday. * Mrs. N. A. Plngle and Mrs. Lawrence Pingle'.vislted Mrs. Looft and- Mrs. Anderson atSwea City Thur*-day afternoon. ' The Junior play, "Beads on a String", was presented Friday and' Saturday nights at the school under • the direction of R. O. Morris'. A and daughter of Renwiek spent good crowd attended both evenings FOR SALE:—New suit, size 38. 32 waist, powder blue, winter sport suit. Too small for me. Sell cheap. Box A, Upper Des Moines. 43» FOR SALE—50 head fall and spring Hampshire boars.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 41 and43* FOR SALB-Purebred .potted Poland China boars.—CL F. Kern, 2 miles west, one mile south of Fenton. 43-46* HOL'SES AND LAND FOB SALE I have been appointed by the Court to sell the following described real estate at private sale for the highest price offered: W'B SE 20-94-27. All in cultivation but no buildings and laying 2 miles from LuVerne. W's SW 19-94-27. Mostly in cultivation with some in blue grass and laying 2 miles from LuVerne. Lots 4 ant 5 Block 1 Zoell's 2nd Add to LuVerne, being a small house and two lots occupied by Wm. Hedrick as renter. Lot 7, Block 7, McCauley-a 2nd Add to Livermore. Also the house and 3 acres at Lu- Verne joining the M. & St L. depot Notice to Surrender Registered Milk Bottles TO WHOM IT MAY.CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the use by anyone other than the Algona Cooperative Creamery, of the registered milk bottles belonging to said Company, is illegal and anyone now having possession of any milk or cream bottles bearing the registered trademark of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company is hereby directed to surrender said bottles to the Creamery at once." Dated this 26th day of October, 1937. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY By M. P. Christiansen, Secretary. 43-44* ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Cash Paid For Cream Every Day of the Week Open Saturday Night until 9 o'clock Algona Cooperative , Creamery Co. RAW FUR Attention Trappers I received a letter this morning from the State Conservation Department stating the announcement over the radio that the season on mink and muskrats will be closed) is reconsidered—and it remains open from Nov. 10 to January 10th. Get ready for trapping. Our Prices as always at the top. Joe Greenberg Phone 118 Algona, la. More About Fall and Winter Outdoor Clothing Needs We're P">ud to be able to show you vast assortments of Work Clothes, Work Shoes, Footwear and Clothes for Outdoor Work. i Hen's Fall and Winter CAPS Railroad style, navy blue,melton or tan, or blue corduroy, 4Q fur inbands Men's Heavy Rib Union Suits Extra fine quality, full TTQ standard size, our price __, ' •'C Men's Golden Fleece Chore Gloves Double thickness, our price, 2 pairs for 50 Dozen Husking Mittens for men, a four star special, Oft price per dozen OJC None of this item sold to dealers •Boys' Fleece Lined Helmets Leatherette, each one equipped with goggles The HUB Clothiers First In VALUE! 4 Star Specials—Men's Big 30 Lined I;!', 1 ,;,, Jackets 25% wool lining—everybody knows this jacket, $1 JQ Saturday, only At l.tJ None of this item sold to Dealers Men's titter, lined Sweaters An Ideal garment for warmth and wear. OUR LOW PRICE 98c Boy»' Fancy Jackets of cloth and corduroy. Full zipper fasteners, attr^p- tive grey color. Fleece lined at n.98 Age* 8 to 18 Boy.' Wool Pullovers Sweater style, with ">« zipper— 30 to 36 98c Protect Your Health With Rubber Footwear— We Bought For Cash We have the largest Footwear Order Brought To Algona in Years. All Guaranteed WE SAVED MONEY and we pass the savings on to our customers All First Quality— No Seconds— No Bankrupt Goods 4 Buckle Silo A sturdy wearing overshoe and a good fitter — the buy of the season at only 1 89 "Hi Lo" Mud RUBBER 98c Men's Hi Side 2 - BUCKLE Shoe High Rubber Black, light weight, one of new Highlights in footwear, tried and proven. 1.75 Men's Regular Hi 2-buckle Work Rubber, red sole, size 6-13 »L29 Children 'g Sbucklke Black Rubber, $1 <M} rubber fleece lined, dress shoe fit, size 9-3 *•««' A complete stock for men and DOTS of Ball Band Rubber Footwear—Only at THE HUB will you find a complete line of this famous footwear.

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