The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1937
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The Algona Peg . li, North East * Kossuth SCHOOL HOUSE, LEO YM SCENE OF 3 PARTIES Ledyard, Nov. 8—The sirls of the advanced home economics class in high school, under leadership of Dorothy Stofflet, gave a style show for other H. S. students, Wednesday. All types of costumes for street, afternoon, formal sport, etc., were modeled. affairs. Following this the H. S. students had lunch in groups sponsored by the teachers. Proper etiquette was stressed. The program was not only IntArestlng but educational. The older group of Girl Reserves had a "scavenger hunt" at the schoolhouse last week Monday evening. They had to dash all over town to seek baby dolls, red hairs, etc. When everything had been collected lunch was served. Next evening the younger group of Reserves, which consists of 7th, 8th, and 9th gradera, held a masquerade halloween party In the lunch room, and the entertainment was games and contest, after which lunch was served. Arlene Auber and Evelyn Cappel chaperoned both groups. Methodist Supper IN Announced— j Page Ledyard Farmer of 80 Hurt Badly in Haymow Mishap Walter Scott Lands On Head Last Saturday Evening Ledyard: Walter Scott, and oT3 timer in this vicinity met with a serious accident Saturday evening while doing chores. He slipped and 'ell from the haymow. landing on his head. No bones were broen, but his lead was Injured and internal in- uries were feared. Mr. Scott is past 80 and he was in a critical onditlcn on Sunday. The Scotts live on a farm northwest of town which was recently urchased by Ralph Johnson. Addition To Home George Loofts have just had a ew enclosed porch added to their ome. John Steenberg and Victor Weaver did the work. Herbert Zielske was ill last week ith the flu. Wilson Brack visited friends at Vare Sunday. Bill Grant News iness meeting Thursday evening at Mrs. Howard Hayne's, and final plans for a bazaar Wednesday, November 17, were laid. Supper will be served, arid prices will be 45c and 25c. The menu follows: chick- potatoes and relish, baked en and gravy, dressing, cranberry beans, pickles, bread and butter, pumpkin pie with whipped cream, and coffee. A fish pond and a fancywork sale will also be held in connection with the supper. King's Heralds Jfamp Officers— The Methodist King's Heralds met with Marjorie Mayer Thursday, and officers were Cleo Looft, president; elected: Marjorie Mayer, vice; Jean Gable, secretary; Phyllis Strand, treasurer. Marjorie Gable was made a life member. The work for the new year was outlined. Games and contests occupied the rest of the afternoon. Babj Cousins Born Same Day— •Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, Algona, called at Otto RIchter's and Clifton Engelby's Wednesday even- Ing to get acquainted with new nephews. The Rlchter baby has been named Donald Eugene, and the Engelby baby Ronald Clarence. The children, who are cousins, were born the sams day. i / f . of Blue Earth called here Sunday. The John Frandles were Swea Clt; callers Thursday evening. Harvey Behnkes of Ceylon were Sunday guests at the Fred Baumun home. Mrs. Maynard Looft of Swea City spent Sunday at the George Looft home. Maynard Warner has a ruptured ligament In his arm and is taking treatments. August and Frank Sprank have just completed building a cob shed for the Welchs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and Beverly were in Mankato Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehler of Swea Ity spent Sunday at the Harry Schroeder home. Eppo Waterman of Kamrar vis- ted last Tuesday at the home of rfrs. Henry Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and children were in Algona shopping last week Monday. Coonie Roelfsemas of Renwick islted at the Edward Knoner home Saturday. The ladles are sisters. Marjorie Matzener ppent Sunday at the home of her grandmother, ifrs. Blanche Jenks at Eagle "rove. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson md daughters went to Rake Frl- lay evening to attend a shower for iJr '"P***""* '*"•« wUtlBf recently tor Omf t^to ^"friend" L ™| Rei !f Bu>ch 1 of I'lf'tJ 1 vt '' over the week-end, and from thera •tedS«turday evening at the homes went to Olln to visit Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G Swartzell, a week. Radio Expert filres Floyd Colwell and children visited Sunday at the Jack McDonald home In Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barger and daughter, Marian visited Sunday at the George Moone home. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Steinhardt of Lakota visited Friday evening at the Jaaper Steinhardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Anderson and children visited Sunday at the Merlin Anderson home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pederson and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Johnson home in Elmore. Sunday visitors at the Swen Tjensvold home Included the Frank Soever family and the Elilng Martinson family of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waterbury and children visited on Sunday at the O. O. Waterbury home. Mrs. John Patterson 'eturned on Monday from Des Moines where she | visited with her mother, Mrs. Saish King, who was very She is much improved rtt this writing. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Mino home Included, Mrs. Free Montgomery and children. Lucille Elert, and Mrs. R. J. Mino all of Blue Earth, and Mrs. H. L. Read and L. J. Read of Lyle, Minn Sunday dinner guests at the W. C. Engstrom home Sunday were Mrs. Henry Skagg and snn, Harry. Mr. and Mrs. Nellis Overfleld end daughter, Geneva of Sherburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson of Fairmont. HOME RELATIONS GETS STUDY AT LAKOTA SESSION — A Mr. Blaylock. of the WHO lecture bureau at Pen Moines. srmke before the locnl junior and seninr high school student* on The Inner Workings of tlic morning. Radio Thursday Fattens Turkeys for Christinas— ^ When Herbert Trenary \vns In South Dakota loccntlv, purr-liasini: shorp, ho al.-;o purchasi-ii r,nn turkeys, which hf-, h:ul shipped her,' and is fatten!!, L . for the holiday market. Three Pass Scout Tesjs-- "Hilly" McDonald. Diuuie Thompson, and Olenn Dyer pased hoy scout fire-huildimr tosts Wednesday evening under supervision of Mr. Holt, sroul master. School "Kids" Have Vacation- There \yus no school Thursday or Friday. The teachers were at tending -i st<it,-. teacher.-' . onv. piion at Dew- Moines. Other Lcdynrd The Methodist Women's ForeU-n MiKMonuiy society met W-rlne»ilny eyeniiiL- at Mrs. D I. Link's, and nevotions \M-IV led by Mm. Lois Skaur The lesson, which. Wan a -study of a tu-w text, Mecca ..nd »a.- led by M;-s. [> * fa > <' i Km,n.. : Mr. Ihi-ir > IHI- n.e Mrs. I Wi.-n.e,-. and Mi \Vi-ilnesil, Mis. 11 )^<>l,a Li-! Cai-pi',:',-. day. .Mi. Aeilt Ti., day. Th'.i -.v rt. •(.•.-i,i,-ii in ;\i, , [.- ( j. iV and Mr.- .l.j-. Miyc... I'll Mis ()!,,( Kiueltiy .ml of Mrs. K Busch and the John Mantheis. Mrs. Howard Jensen and Mrs. Paul Nitz attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting at Lakota last Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and children of Swea City called at the Clifton Engelby home last Monday evening. Glenn Johnson was ill with the liu last week and unable to work. He is employed with the Leon \Vor- ,lcti carpenter crew. The Albert Xauman family of Kl- mort 1 were Sunday gueHts nt the Wm. Flynn home. Mr. Nauman is Mrs. Flynn's brother. Tilmer Halverson. who is attending Luther College at Decorah spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halverson. Clarence Montgomery and Clifford Juhl of Forest City visited on Sunday at the Otto RichUr and Clifton Engelby homes. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey, Mrs. Martha Gable and Jean and Marjorie were Swea City callers Saturday evening. The Arthur Zacharison family of Pilot Grove visited Sunday at the Olaf Engelby home. Ml. Zachari >on i.. Mrs. Kngelby's brother. The Max Nitz family. Mrs. Harriett Mtazener and Marjorie and ly attended the Lutheran bazaar at Klutore last Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Krnest EngtebarU . ( j and son Win. Englebarts of~W.iti.-r- i;o came Saturday to v'..-,it at the Knglfbiirls and I'oppcs horne.i over liu ' «'ec-l< end Hebron News Emma Gutknecht Hostess Friday at Woman's Study Session Lakota: The second lesson of he Farm Bureau women's proj- ct was given at the Emma Gutknecht home, Friday and 17 women attended. The lesson on Child Development and Family Relations proved very Instructive. A number f toys, patterns of which were obtained at the first lesson were on display and were very Interesting. A pattern of a large sit-down doll was given at the morning session and several dolls made and when finished, make a doll any child will love to play with. A planned luncheon was served at noon. Lucille Pcpoon, home demonstration agent, conducted an interesting lesson in the afternoon, taking up the following subjects: "Child Health Survey", "Influences of Heredity and Environment", "Symptoms and Dietic Control of Anemia and Diabetes" and "The Well Child" as prepared by Alma H. Jones, specialist. Some time was given during the afternoon for recreation. The next lesson will he given Jan. 4. 1938. Kntertuimi at Bridge Mesdames W. M. Schroeder. E. R. Worley. Hilmer Hanson and I. E. Wortman entertainde at six tables of bridge at the home of Mrs. Schroeder, Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. G. Woodworth won high and Mrs. Storby won low prizes. A delicious lunch was served. Return* From Virginia Mrs Art Lester returned recently from a three weeku' visit with her parents in Virginia. She accompanied her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schalfer of Minnesota on the trip. Uurn Nearly Ready The large oarn on the farm oc- i-upied by the Charles Uggert.-id, 1.1 Hearing comijietition ii»d i.i a real asset to the farm. Tile irete for f«:.-dways. trough h(.-| etc . i.i in |,lai e and t he .it r ii, lure v.'i 11 thl.i Week. MRS, WOODWARD OF WHITTEMORE, LAKOTA SPEAKER Lakota. Nov. 8—Mendames E. G Woodward, Jerry Ukena. and Edgar Inlay, with Emma Gutknecht entertained the Acorn club at one o'clock luncheon Thursday at the Outknecht home. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, county club hairman, and Marvel Jacobson, of Minneapolis, were guests of the lub. After a short business meet- ng a program was given. Mrs. Woodward gave a talk on Peace, •hich Is the. main topic of the na- onal federated clubs this year, and Mrs. W. E. Ley read a paper n the life of Madam Chaing-Kal- hek. wife of generalissimo of the hinese army. Mrs. I. E. Wort- tan also read a paper, Stewardess n an Air Liner, and Marvel Ja- obson played the violin, Mrs. erry Ukena accompanying. Miss acobson is a granddaughter of the ite Chris Jacobson, who waa a 'oncer of this vicinity. chlssel Brothers' Father Slrk— Arthur Schissel received word st week Monday of the serious illness of his father, J. P. Schissel. Minneapolis. Mrs. Schissel Jr the Bert Pattersons, Swea City and the Herbert Pattersons, Arm strong. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht entertain ed 12 women at bridge last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harry Muss man won high, ind Mrs. Nici Behrends was low, Mrs. Clarence Baum and her baby spent most ot last week with tho former's parents. Mr. and Mrs V.'tvcdts. near Elmoro. Postmaster Walter Leslie's mother, Mrs. Anna Leslie, Bancroft spent last week at his home north of town. W. E. Ley Jr. left Friday for owa City to attend the annual lomecomirtg at the Mate univers- ty. Harold Johnson, Belmond, spent iart of last week with Paul Ukena here. LAKOTA NEWS Esther Loos underwent another operation last Tuesday due to the ne she had the week previous for ppendlcitis at Mankato. All the pupils in district One sur- irised their teacher. Miss Agnes faugen on her birthday last Frf- ay. They played games and after- vards all enjoyed a lunch served y the children. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and child- Irove to that city early last week to help care for her father-in-law- returning with her husband and hi.= jrother Connie last week-end, the brothers having driven up then to see their father, whose condition they found to be somewhat improved, but he was reported worse Wednesday, and Mrs. Schissel went back. Vera Sachs Is Bride— Vera, daughter of the Lnuis Sachs east of town, and Harry Blome drove to Des Moines late in October and were married at the home of Mr. Blome's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Blome. Hi* sister. Mrs. Alma Klinksiek, of Lakota, accompanied the couple. Mr. 31om« is manager of the local Standard oil station, and lie and his bride are living with the later's parents for the present. rbree to Brotherhood J The Rev. Carl Hammer, Samuel Warburton and Clyde Thaves drove o Thompson last week Monday venlng to attend a sub-district fethodist Brotherhood meeting. ""hey have reported a fine meeting. 'he Rev. K. W. G. Hiller. Corwith, ;ave an address, and election of 'fficers followed. Kruern Haic a (Jet-Toffether— Mr. aud Mrs. James Bruer had a family gathering last week Sunday. when four of their children risked them. The visitor* were the Peter Bruels, Lakota; the Karl Madetskes, Blue Earth; the Fred Weinbergers, Buffalo C'enter, and the William Rlcklefs family, Ti- onka. ren, Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale attended the Ladles' Aid meeting of the German Lutheran church of Elmore entertained by Mrs. Martin Thompson last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sleper and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Scarville and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin of Rake were Sunday dinner guests of Carl Anderson in honor of Esther's confirmation. Howard Randall came Saturday via bus from his home at Glenburn. N. D., for an indefinite stay with relatives here. His parents will be remembered as Hattie Winter and Phillip Randall, who were residents of this vicinity before moving to Dakota. SWEA CITY NEWS MANY BOOKS ORDERED FOR S, C. LIBRARY Swea City, Nov. 8—Books recently ordered for the Swea City IIirary: DoubledayVs Encyclopedia 10 volumes; Travel and Adventure Library, 15; Nature Library, 6; Pathways In Science, 6; Betty Lee n Paris, Mildred Criss; Daniel Joone: Wilderness Scout, Stewart 3. White; Disappearance of Anne Shaw, Augusta H. Seaman; Haunted Airways, Thomas Burtls; Jinx Ship. Howard Pease. Land and Sea Talks for Scouts nd Scout Masters, Rudyard Kiping; Little Gray House, Marian Taggart; Living Forest, Arthur Heming; Marty Lu, Mary D. Don- hy; Martlne and Michel, Mildred Crlss; Mistress Madcap, Edith B. Sherman; Mistress Madcap Surrenders, Edith B. Sherman; Nadita, Grace Moon. Navarre of the North, Esther B. Darling; Prince Jan, Forrestine C. Hooker; {loses ot the Winds, Sonia Dusty; Sea Tales, Joseph Conrad; Siberian Gold, Theodore A. Harper; Son of the White Man, Herbert Best; Star: Story of an Indian Pony, Forestine C. Hooker; Tangle Garden, Elizabeth J. Gray. Tuckaway House, Charlotte B. Jordan; Upstairs, Downstairs, Edith R. Seaman; When Granny Was a Little Girl, A. E. Learlng. Funeral Services HeM— Funeral services for John Senen- felder were held Thursday morning at the Methodist church with the Rev. H. E. Harvey In charge. Burial was made at Dowa the same day. Mr. Senenfelder had been section foreman here for seven years, but retired last year because of poor health. He was born in Waterloo September 3, 1873. He Is survived by his wife and several children. A. meeting Monday night WAS J. D Lowe, Algona attorney, who spok on Education. Other numbers o the program Included Thanksglv ing Thoughts by Mrs. Bronleewe music numbers by the Ogren broth era, and music by the Swea Ctt school band. Accident ylctim Is Buried— The funeral of Fred Simpson who was killed In an automobll accident Wednesday, was held Sat urday in the Baptist church here with the Rev. John Patton, of Ban croft, officiating:. Burial was made n the Harrison township cemetery J. D. Lowe Is Speaker— The guest speaker at the P. T. To The Ladies— You don't have to be a man to gret prompt, courteous, efficient service at our station. STOP IN TODAY Johnson's D-X Service Station Hlller to Preach— The Rev. A. P. Miller, formerly of Eagle Grove and now of San>urn, Minn., will preach Sunday at he Baptist church in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. R. P. Bron- eewe. Mr. Bronleewe is at Le Wars conducting evangelistic meetings. He was expected home Monday. Hammerx to Joint Conference— The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer went to Humboldt Wednesday to attend a two-day joint diMriet con- ferenre for ministers and laymen. They returned Thursday evening. The Aluotici find Fort DoiJue Methodist districts uni'cd fur the ron- Operetta Piemen— The grade operetta. The Palace of Carelessness, was presented to a capacity house Friday evening, •nd was well received. Virginia Fults came up from Des Moine» Saturday evening to spend Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fult.i. Kirirrrth Auto in I'ji I'harles Kiiierth spending time thi.s fall traveling and hybrid iwd corn. One -lay last week he ran into the ditch and his car turned over. Fast driving caused the acciden', hut he wa« not injured and the car ivus ittle damaged. Mexicans Off fur Cna*!— Mr. and MTH. Jos. Gonviles, with their three children, left r>v auto- mohile Thursday for California, where they will .spend the winter. Mr. Conzales was employed ; Huff farm, where he cared for heeu. this Kecoter* from IIliMi<M'oiv>aini; Oscar Johnson, who manages W. K. Ley's farm, south of town, has been having blood-poisoning in one hand and was at the Ley home here till he went back to work Wednesday. Other Swea City. Mrs. Marie HJorth, of Minneapolis, Mrs. Andrew Larsen. of St. Paul, and Alice and Hanna Olson. of St. Paul, viwited at Reuben Olson's east of town Wednfsday to Friday. Acnes Olson, who teaches here, spent Wednesday and Thursday at home to be with their H. H. Peterson, Mrs. Fmil Swanson. and William A.xlinn, all of Dunnell. Minn., visited Friday with Bert Flyt'.ire. who ill at the llaxuur and Supper Announced The annual bazaar and chicken .-upper W ||| take place ut the I're-- OB I i,. r ri,(.,n D ."'in § ,.•>,),<.', (I'd a l ° n ~ I ''.Me nan church here 'i'tT, ' Ihu ''•"'''' y af ' fcr11 """ h till.-, w«-«-k >i ,nl -pent a /'iiKir ''fits. •:,..-...I ih! : .-.!•'. I Ml < orii Mi '( |., ll Verio an >n\ei:t!i/n. las week'; A:-MIU tournament v, gym. and .ion and 15c. Mr. ami Mi, Friets. and tin- i.iii of Albert, sj Sunday at IM\\ i,. i, Doris Well a re in Verio to DCS Muni a visit while Mi,-.- u Mate teachi-rs' i Phyllis Strand » vacation from fail visiting his Mrandpaiviu.-. Mr ;>ud Mrs. V. H Hawt;aves. Mr. uiid Mre. Joa. Welch, Mis. Mary Welch, tuid Mrs. Horau visited relatives in St. Benbdict week Sunday. Arthur Country, with Richard and Mary Lou, left Thursday for Little Boy, Minn., to visit the Kdw. Countryiuans. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Swea raj. ojjciu 1/ist week Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Glenn Bur- Mt-u. William Hearst, of Thompson, tied her daughters visited at Hemme Troff's last week Sunday. Mrs. Le Roy Anderson, RadcUHe, «ud her son Fred came Friday for the week-and tU L. W. Wteowr'0. ,'J ':• I" i.' la -' .-' ji.d'iy at Tit,.;.- ' • ,« ..'.!}•, Mi Ha-f j.. ... i ••s'-iitn. Mis M irim TI.OIIH, -.on .-.pent all | ''• >v i 1.1 • !• 'nd ,;. '.luting v. ith lu-r •:.,Ciller Mi.,. A'inan Hau.>:- in. Cm! Jai,,i,,i,i: and family 'Aere I . v ,n,.lay d:nn.-i ^uc.,t., of Mr and Mi.-,. Ot!-, Mi,Khun la.,1 Sunday Mi. an,I Mr.-, O.v.-ar Kraiidlc and ! 'inily .-,!),.nt Thursday mtcht v,',ih Mr; ('. O. Lugiicd and fani- K*-\. Krt-rUiiiKs lf<*»N Tii- H'.-v and Mr.-,. O H k.i,.; i.-nt.'it'tii.''I at a 7 o'clock ilii.- i,,'i Moii,lay evening in honor of 'in: KCY aii'l Mrs. *' I'aul Ca|-|-,,m : >i AJ^ona who will lu.tve .io<m It.r it,fir iit.-v,' pa.itorate in Mmiieay- o!.i Other ^ue.iti '.vert- the Kuv. a:nl Mi.i. J IJOIUH. Hurt and the I'.>-••.- .iii<i Mrs. C. L. Hin;o<U, Lu- Vernc. rmiiiiiereiul 4 lult flu* flifiut-r riiMeeti men attet.deii a inoMhh 1 nmmercial cluli dinner in 11.. Meiliudi.-t chun h dinin^ :,,oni la-*•"-•''- ! 'n,u;-,iav' onii.'i .11,1.1 i'iij),, jj., ucc-k tii'i with I heir brother and Matur. arifT Levine gricd. Mr and Mr.^. JOL- .Saiitiu/jj were .Sunday dinner gucsU of (Jin Ryg and family in honor of the confirmation of Orich. Mrs. Bert Huss, Mr:,, Ed Feiditk, Mrs. Ptttr Voogtn and her mother were Monday luncheon t5 uea b i of Mrs. Beatrice Osland. Mr. and Mrs. Juhua Jensen Buffalo Center, visiud Thursday. the Oleon . The Methodist Aid will meet lhi» week Thursday at Mrs. H«rold Grauaer'a. Mr. and Mrs. oiof Engettjy were Blue Earth Friday. Mi.- I.,-land and children of liiicu- l> i. Mii.n.. were Sunday vi.-.jtor.T '.vi'h Alfi'-'ila Johnson. W. K Ley, Sr.. and son, W. K Ley Jr . drove to iJes Monies Monday for Hie jire-showinx of th'j new I'j.'',i4 Kurd V-8. Mr and Mrs. Harry Moe and John drove to Lake Crystal, Minn., .Sunday ti/ visit Mr. Mut-'s luuthvr. returniny home that evening. Mrs. Harry Musainan accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F C. Kieater. Elmore, Minn , to Mason City, Sunday where they visited u brother and family of Mrs. M Ubsman. Mr. and Mrs. Frajik Rtnshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Charlev Waguer and Mm. Timothy Wagner. Mason City were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Ktnshuw at the telephone exchange. The Ledyard towiuhip general farm bureau meeting will be held at the Pre»byUrian church basement Friday evening with the Rev. and Mn. Frerking nji ho»U. Moving picture* will be ahown on the program. Other Lakotu M: and Mr.-. Allied O'K-efe had i ii-K m-<;k Sunday Jrotri in i it their r-on.--iti-l,nv. the families Applwjuist home. Mr. FlyKarc is a brother of Mrs. Applequist. Supt. Shirley. Aleona, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Voaw, Hitchcock, S. n., visited at Mrs. Jennie McC'rary an,1 Granda Barter's Friday. Mra. Barber is an aunt of Mr*. Voas and Mrs. Shirley. Supt. and Mrs. Armand Schuler attended the teachers' convention at De-i Moinas over the week-end. The school board decided not to close the school for the convention this year. Junior Ilanifan bad an appendectomy at the K&therville hospital last week Tuesday. He is recovering and expects to resume hi? etud- ie«i at f'edar Falls in a couple of weeks. Solomon Anderson, of Frazee, Minn., visited last week with his brother, John A. Anderson, of Anderson Oaks, and with other relatives in Swea < "ity and vclinity. i Ktitlu-r Sinilli. music teacher at <"orwith, spent the week-end with i her parent:*, the Walter Smiths. | Petit jurors drawn from Swea I''HI, are Mr-,. Lulu K. Dye, Hoy ! H,in.ilium, and Kduar Price. i Mrs. fjforjif K. Nelson Is enter- he Alpiiu Circle at her Maxim: Peter.-.on. of Aluona, visited last week ut her uncle August X. Pttersoii'«t. PUREBRED STOCK SALE Sale will be held at my farm located four miles south and l'/4 miles west of Elmore. Minn.; four miles north and l'-j mile* west of Lakota, or 3'-j mUes northest of Ledyard, on Saturday, November 20 Thi» > car's offering cuiutisU of Mxue very good breeding stock in just common farm condition and will nutke the imui that want* breeding utock »tniu> money. Sale Start* ut 1:00 K M. Sharp IB MtAl> UK CATTLE 2 HEAD OF HORSES The offering includes 11 head of Registered Hereford cattle consisting of two bulls of breeding age, one bull calf, three cows and rive head of heifers 1 year old. All registered. Will also Bell one Guernsey milch cow and four Guernsey 1-year-old heifers. Cattle all ttsttd for T. B. and Bangs disease. One iron gray Percheron mare colt, one year old. One sorrel Belgian suckling colt. n HEAD or HOGS 26 HEAD OF BREEDING EWES Twelve head of pur« bred Hampshire*, two spring boars and ten head of open gilts. AJao 28 head of Shrposhire breeding ewes, two and three years old TERMB OF BALE—-Nine months time at 7 per cent Interest on approved notes. No property to be removed from premises until settled for. L. W. Winner, Clerk, Otdesdiur*; A PH«,l* Mate Bank o( Ledyard, Ledyard, Iowa. P. W. Reece, Proprietor Tyke Theatre TITONKA, IOWA Sunday-Monday-Tues., Nov. 14-15-16 "LOST HORIZON" The Tyke takes pleasure In presenting to an expectant pub- lice, the greatest Frank Capra production in the history of the silver screen. The genius who made "Mr. Deeds" brings James Hilton's greatest novel to livine perfection on the screen in "Lost Horizon." See this marvel of the screen at Ito best at the Tyke Theatre. We advise attending the Sunday matinee to avoid the eve- ing crowd. Wednesday Only, Nov. 17 "IT CAN'T LAST FOREVER" With Ralph Bellamy and Betty Furness Thursday Only, Nov. 18 "OVER THE GK)AL" Special attraction for the lovers of the gridiron. The season's big laugh and love rally with June Travis and the stars of U S. C. football team. 45* ATTORNBITS AT LAW R. J. Harrington 3. D. Low* HABJUNOTON * LOWB Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldf. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. a QUARTON H. W. MILIJOft ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldf. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTUUUO1V ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 351 B. J. Van Ness O. W. Stlllmln VAN NESS A 8TILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Buttdlng Phone 213 Algona, lows Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WRITE Phone 444-810 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A, DAN8ON "^ ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 810 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan ULLIVAN, M-MAHON A. LINN AN Igona, Iowa Phone 281 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quinby Building PHYSICIANS * 8UBOEONB i. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. RUt over Rexall Drug 8Um Office Phone 800 Res. Phone SM ALGONA, IOWA a H. CRETZMEYKB, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Oalbrmlth Bldg. O. BOUMOB PHYSICIAN * BURQBOIf Office over Post Office Bide. Phones—Office 197 Re*. 1M OSTEOPATHS An Argument I had an argument with a business man the other day He contended that a certain article at a high profit would sell as well and aa fast as at a cut rate. By actual experience over a number of years I know his logic Is all wrong. We sold 1,000 dozen (12,000) pain of husking gloves this fall at $1.50 a dozen. That is ancient history for they are all sold but It serves to bring out the point I am trying to make. At } 1.75 a dozen we would have sold about half that many and at $2.00 about '4 as much as we did. We had people coming for miles to buy gloves. By selling them at Jl.fiO we helped our customers and we helped ouaelvs. We helped Algona by bringing extra trade to town and helped to keep the people In the factory busy making more gloves. Trade and commerce is like a machine. The whole thing has to run in perfect order. The man that puts a high price on an article slows the sale of that article and by so doing slows up the production, throwing people out of work. This in turn slows up buying power for farm products. The man with the high prices is to blame. He hurts himself and the town he lives in. His methods are the reason why people patronize the mail order houses We lubricate our store policies with the oil of low prices made from the pure paranne base of honest intentions to live and let live. We believe in the equality of man. We do not believe that one man should make 50c a minute while another man has to work a full hour for the same SOc. If our economic machine was run on a system of brotherly love, if men were fair-minded and treated others as they would like to be treated, there would not be any very rich men nor any very poor men. We can sell a regular advertised $6.00 shoe for $3.00 by coaxing and using high power salesmanship but that U not our way. We offer this same shoe at $3-80, fit the customer's feet, forget all about sales talk and let the customers decide for themselves. If they know shoes the answer is yes. If they are the pokey droney kind, we ask them to step on the gas tor by cutting the price we expect to make a o.uick little. Standard goods at small profits U our motto. No secrets, no blarney. Cards on I; tie table face up. Tell the truth and shame the devii You get a square deal at Neville's. Help toe store that helps you. Jimmie Neville t HOB POOR MABP8 ffBBXD DR. 8. W. MEYER Osteopathic Physician General Practice peclal attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 1BT DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA. IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone US Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. a GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In Postoff ice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL. R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 1M REAL ESTATE AIURTAGH A SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 1M VETERINARIANS FOX A WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. a WtnkeJ Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 476-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have Just received a large shipment of ream package* (600 sheets) which sell for for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ax- cellent school paper. The Algona Upper •i ••. rr Ues Monies InqwreatThe AVna Upper Des Moin«« office for

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