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Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 18, 1987 The F-M Automatic Coal Burner ends for women the drudgery of firing the furnace fire or six times a day. It not poly stokes the furnace automatically, but also automatically regulates the heat to the temperature you wish. All you do is load it once every 24 hours—it does the rest. The F-M Automatic Coal Burner quickly pays for itself by cutting your fuel bills up to 50%. Investigate this new way to save money, drudgery and labor. America't Finest Automatic Cfeil Burner "FAIRBANKS-MORSE" Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone .'J08 Milwaukee Tracks Self-Basting ALUMINUM ROASTERS $2.25 Lge. enough for 19 Ib. .urkeys. Extra heavy. For Perfect Boasting ENAMEL ROASTERS $1.00 Self basting. Of heavy quality enameled steel. Holds 12 to IS Ib. roasts. DUTCH OVENS or Chicken t'ookiTH Cast iron chrome finish, with trivet $2.25 Black polished inside $1.65 Kohihaas & Spilles Man To Man If your work requires good serviceable all leather shoes, if your feet require comfortable shoes, shoes that are made by expert shoe makers and if your pocket book requires economy, come to Nevilles, we can fill all three of these requirements. I know shoes from making them on the bench, fifty years ago to peddling them on the road as a traveling man, and then here in the retail shoe game for over 35 years. I have lived the life of a shoe man and while I do not know it all, I am sure I do know how to fit the human foot. I find that fitting the feet properly is half of the game and knowing how to buy and where to buy the right shoes for your customers is the other naif. Some people think they have a hard foot to fit. No foot is hard to fit if you have the right shoe to fit it. It is a crime to sell a pair of shoes to anybody unless the shoes are adapted to his or her style of feet. The reason five people out of ten have foot troubles is because they buy shoes with more regard to color and trimming than they do to proper fitting. Every day on the street I see girls and women trying to walk in shoes that are misfitted. They are not walking, they are just hobbling along. They would fall down if they took a good healthy free step. If every one, men and women, all wore nothing but high spike heels it would only require four generations before the human race would be web-footed. Walking is good exercise. Tap dancing ia very good to develop sound feet. Football brings you pulled tendons, broken-down arches, cracked ankles, etc. It is too severe. It tears down instead of building up. Condition of the feet has a great deal to do with our physical and mental make up. It is pretty hard to be pleasant carrying around a «hoe full of pain. Last, but not least, keep your feet warm and dry. Buy your shoes and overshoes at Nevilles, where you get a good fit and first quality goods at second quality price. Saving is a virtue we will all have to practice for the next few years.. Even President Roosevelt U slowing up on his spending spree. Jimmie Neville YE OLDESTORK CORWUHVISITOR MdClellan, Moon Families Greet Two Brand New Daughters Corwith-Falrview: Two • new babies have been born In this community during the past week. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCIellan at the home of Mrs. McCIellan's aunt at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moon are parents of a daughter born at the Iowa City hospital. The Moon's also have a son, a year and a half old. Father-Son Banquet The annual Father and Son banquet is to be held during the next week nt the Legion hall. The banquet is sponsored by the Boy Scouts. The average attendance Is generally about 150. A fine program has been planned. Mrs. Joe Escher is visiting with her niece, Mrs. Philip Flllenworth in Des Moines. Mrs. August Anderson of Britt spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. G. L. Severns and family. Mrs. Charles Erickson and son, Alfred, visited last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Christine Burling at Dunlap. Con Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown, who Is employed in Des Moines, visited his parents, the latter part of the week. Mrs. Lafe Oxley attended a farm bureau woman's meeting at the home of Mrs. Bernard Wolfe, near LuVerne, last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Page and daughter of Newton were visitors nt the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Page, last week. Mrs. Robert Moldenhaucr and Mrs. John Heise enjoyed a week end visit from their brother, Leo Fetter nnd family of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Mrs. William Perkins visited Inst Thursday nnd Friday at the home of her daughter and husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. Franklin Bilbrey nt Knn- nwha. She also called at the R. H. Hnrtwig hbme. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Oberhelman and son, Lynian of Goldfield, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and enjoyed a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Oberhelman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunting wer e Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wood at Kanawha. Also present were • Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott and family of Corwjth. JOE BLOOM RADIO SUPPLY BARGAINS Yon Always Bay for Loss it. Coast to Coast Stores B BAfTERIES , Universal B Battery Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith and children, Harriet Jean and Robert of Waterloo, visited last week at the home of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. R. li. Quackenbush. Mrs. Quackenbush returned to Waterloo with them for a visit. Mrs. L. A. Van Voltenbefg of Estherville, grandmother of I*. D. Sander*, who has been seriously ill at the Sanders home for over two weeks, is showing a slight Improvement She Is In the care of Mrs. Gertude Fear of Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and daughters, Margaret, Frances and Roberta, Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean, Mrs. Harold Evans, Mrs. Lee Williams and Gary Lee, Mrs. Warren Mclntyre and Mrs. Ed Williams were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. De- Rae Godfrey at LuVerne. George Gronbach Dies at Whittemore George Gronbach died Briday, November 12, at the Whittemore hospital following an operation performed November 4. He was born December 14, 1889, In Humboldt county and at the time of his death was 47 years, 10 months and 29 days of age. In 1918, Mr. Gronbach began Farming for himself on a farm near LuVerne. After four years he moved to Whittemore, where he remained as an employee of the city until the time of his death. He is survived by his father, Fred Gron- jach of Whittemore, two brothers, William of Irvington, and Fred of Algona, and five sisters, Mrs. Paul Nolz of Parkston, Minnesota, Mrs. Pauline Kenitz of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Herman Warmbier of LuVerne, Mrs. Fred Pergande of LuVerne, and Mrs. Roy Stelnman of Algona, besides a host of other relatives and friends. George Gronbach was a member of the Whitlemore Lutheran church and a good and well-known citizen of Whittemore, who accomplished what he aimed. Many friends will mourn his early death. Funeral services were held at the Whittemore Lutheran church at Whittemore. Sunday, and burial was made at the Lutheran cemetery at Whittemore. LUVERNE STUDENTS TO PRESENT 2 PLAYS THIS FRIDAY EVENING High School to Also Make First Appearance of Year LuVerne: The county junior high declamatory contest has been eliminated this year so the local junior high Is giving an evening's program Friday evening, Nov. 19, when two one act plays will be presented. The plays chosen are. "The Mc- Googles' Thanksgiving" and "A Grand Dream Comes True." The high school band will make its initial appearance of the year, playing before each play. Miss Harriet Beathic is coaching 'lie plays. They will be given at 7:45 in the gymnasium. ' Third Fnruilj Drnttt Mrs. S. F. Phillips received word Saturday of the death of Evan Phillips, Deer Creek, 111. He is the third brother to die in the past year nnd a half. Mr. Phillips, here. died Inst June and a brother in Ohio before him. 4fi Volt Supreme Heavy Iluty H Battery Storage Batterie RADIO TUBES ERIAL SUPPLIES '•I. 1 * 1 **'" 1 "* 4!*••>•».ire _»lruit ... .... -lu null-It Uuulin ... I'orvelnlu lull. .. Oruuud iluuiu .. I»*H ui»«. v. "L. . l«HMH-r Amclllul. 73 It. (-••It-Ill tt'lt*. M II. • •.. Vo .aso Soy Beans Running Lighter at Corwith Corwith-Fairview: Several in the Corwith community have been combining their soy beans during the past week. t)on and Jack Merrinm have been doing moat of the combining. The yield this year is reported to be lighter than it was last year. Week's Activities In Sexton Area Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., and daughter, Delores of Lu- Verne were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise. Everett Stevens was on the sick list Sunday. Mrs. Veda Hedrick was a visitor Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman. Mrs. Ann Green was n supper guest with her friend, Mrs. Viola Emory, Friday evening. Nearly every one in this vicinity have finished [licking corn and the others nre nearly through. Mrs. Chester Fitch spent last week in AlRonu, helping her mother, Mrs. Nordstrom, float! liou.se. Mrs. A. Ij. Greenfield and daughter, I'Mith, visited with Mrs. V.'lom Cunningham one tl.-iy hist week. Mr. nnd Mi-.-i, \V. 0. Taylor worn supper guests Sundiiy evening of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kerns Johnson of Liilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children .spent Sunday with Mr. 'ccn's mother, Mrs. Grace Green near LuVerne. Marie Pfet'fer .spent last Tuesday ind Wednesday at Algona with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Pfel'fer, helping care for the new baby boy. Die Sexton League were guests of the Wesley League Sunday evening. Those attending were Rex Taylor, Wilbur Stevens, Margaret, Winifred and Oliver Plumb. Marie Pfeffer spent Thursday and Friday with her slater, Mrs. Ann Green, who was suffering with infection in her knee caused from a rusty nail when she dropped a plank on her knee. JOEBLOOM St. Benedict Folks At Illinois Funeral St. Benedict: Emil Arndorfir arid Miss Deane Arndorfer went to Oak Park, III., Sunday morning to attend the funeral of Frank Troeater, who passed away Friday night. He had been in poor health for some time. Deane formerly boarded with these folks and admired them very much when she worked at Oak Park, III. Maurice Dailey is the purchaser of u Chevrolet car. Miss Alice Johnson attended a school party at Algona last Friday evening. Frank Grandge'nett, Rolfe, visited home folks around here Sunday afternoon. Mr. anu Mra. Wm. Arndorfer were Sunday evening callers at the John Witte home. Sister Arainia and Lenora Arndorfer attended teachers' institute last Friday in Algona. Vernon Dailey was sufficiently recovered to be brought home Sunday after his operation. Friends and relatives of Mr. Greiner were very sorry to hear of his misfortune and hope he will recover rapidly, i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich and children, Tltonka, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bleicb's parents, the Henry Sellers. Mrs. Nick ind Mrs. dmU Arndorfer, and Mra. E. Eisenbartb an,} RoMtlia, attended the Roetbler shower at Algona Sunday. Mra. John Preushel and baby •on, Donald Lawrente, arrived home Saturday from the Kowuth boapitaL Both are getting along nie»ljr. f Fred Brtckaon accompanied by hit motner, Mra, Carrie Erickaon and the OUon family, LuVerne, motored to Northwood and Maion City Saturday. Fairview Man Hurt In Farm Mishap Corwith-Fairview: Albert Brown cut and bruised the fingers on his eft hand last Saturday morning. when his glove became caught in he chain on an elevator he was operating at the Claude Bogard ? arm. Clapsaddles Home After Brief Trip Burt? Dr. and Hrs. J. G. Clap- rtidle returned home Saturday night. Mrs. Clapsaddle had spent a week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. VV. F. Main at Cedar Rnpids and the doctor had attended a clinic at the University hospital at Iowa City. Surprise Nowlywed* Sunday School clnss of the Methodist church taught by John Brink held a surprise shower on Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston at the G. A. Ejrglestons Thursday evening The evening was spent in Playing games with refreshments served at the close. The Vernon Egglestons were married recently and were presented with a picture for their home. rs to 8 Girls Grace and Helen Chrlstensen en- tertamcd eight of their friends on Friday afternoon when their school n 4r C V 0r lh ° rOUnt >- '"Iho boys nnd girls each n number for „ program of tniumpiit. c iu . n | , lm) j , Meyers. Chest,,,- Center, were out of town guests. Rarl Hnnsrlmnn. student at the Operetta \Voll Received A good crowd attended the operetta, "The Gypsy Troubadour", which was presented by the high .school music union Friday evening. The operetta, which was directed by Erna Baars, was very well given. Harold Hobson has been on the sick list. Glenn Larsen, Titonka, visited L. R. Daniels Sunday. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, spent Sunday at the Paul Moore home. The Cecil Godfredsons, Swea City spent the week end at the J. P. Stow home. The Art Fandels spent Sunday with Mr. Fande'l's parents, M. W. Fandels at Whittemore. Lura Sewick, Forest City teacher, spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. Laura Sewick. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Heaney's brother In Now Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. G. Roctmnn, Snn- horn, were week end guests at tliu home of their son, L. E. Roetni;in. Tlie Rev. L. Kichmanris anil Mr. iincl Mrs. U. A. UleU-h attended a c-irriiit nicftuii; at Kenton Sunday afternoon. > Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Hchroeiler spent Sunday .it the home of ineir i ilau«liler, Mr>. K. A. Hart Jell al Vt'hittcmoro. Aitiinr Laiv,eii and children, t.'or- .vitli. .spent Sunday at tile Martin Ijirsen home. Arthur and Mai tin Larsen are brothers. John Si'liroeder, who is taking a uoursu in chemical eiiginectiiig at Ames, spent last weeli in Chicago on an inspection tour. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Lake Crystal, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. Mrs. Melvin Hunt and little [laughter, Dolliver and Lorena Schwietert, Mason City, spent the week end at the W. H. Schwietert tome. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and daughter, Helen and F. O. Stow visited at the J. T. Graham home in Algona, Sunday. Gladys Bierstedt, who has been :mployed in a restaurant at Lone slock, came home Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt. Verne Shipler is working for C. iV. Patterson. Mr. and Mra. Sniper have moved in with the Emory Connellys as Mr. Connelly also is employed by Mr. Patterson. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf arid the Wyott Stotts spent the week end at he Itoss Ringsdorf home at Muple- .011, Minn., and on .Sunday also vis- ted friends at Mankato, Minn. The Woman's Home missionary society will hold its regular meet- ng Saturday afternoon at the Mrs. '... E. Roetmun home with Mrs. A. J. Volentiiie as assisting hostess. Mrs. Anna Horton, who is staying at the W. E. Stahl home., apent from Wednesday to Friday at Bancroft. Her son, Randall, Minneapolis, spoilt Armistice Day with her. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Cox and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yager und Mr. und Mrs. Oscar Utke of Austin, Minn., and the Clair A'inkies spent Sunday ut the Earl ililler home. Junior Garrnan celebrated his 3th birthday last Wednesday eve- ling by eiitertaining a group of choolmates ut a theatre party after which they had lunch at the arman home. Mrs. Louise Schmidt, who has Jeen staying with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Thaves, expects to go to Davenport Thursday to spend the vinter with her son, who is super- | ntendent of tbe Davenport schools. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms, H. A. Thompson, Mrs. Gertie Thompson, Mra. J. W. Dorrance and tfrs. Maude Hanna attended the 8Mb anniversary celebration of tbe Algona Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Mackay, of Pipeatone, Mian., spent the week end with Mr. Macka/e sinter, Mra. Elizabeth Patterson. Their eon, Darrel. his wife and twin daughters of Cnariton, also apent Sunday at the Patterson home. Mr. nnd Airs. !,„-;„ Ho f nnd Consnelo Hannn were Des Moines vis- tors Saturday. r 1 lle k lo >' (1 Smiths went to see John Wdhite nt Corwith who Is ill with pneumonia. £'• and Mrs - E. R. Leinard, /'ntorsot, were week end guests of the Frank Devltts. Mi-, and Mrs, Erne ft Eittriem nrd son, p e; , Moines, were Sund-iy quests of the Archie Snnfords. Mr and Mrs. Donald Trauger DCS Moines. spent Thursday with Us mother, Mrs. Helen Trauger. Mr and Mrs. P. c. Llrhty 'attended a meeting of Maytag dealt— at Fort Dodge Thursday evening." Mrs. JTred L OOS , Osknloosn, nnd rnmT - MrS ' Wm ' Lanz ' Hedrlck, Mc^r™ - ""' " V ' S " " l UlC Ge °' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bieeecr spent Sunday with the Clyde boores, Humboldt. Jennie Mason went to Clarion to visit with her brother Thomas Mason. Rubye Godfrey lias moved her beauty parlor to tbe front rooms of the building where .she is located Her mother and Florence are livin<» in (lie rooms In the real. " A son wns horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Konarsiia at a Hnrlnn hospital Nov. 10. Mr. Konnrska !« n former LuVerne boy who is sup- Io' of scllools at Tennant, Miss Dclphu Maylhnlcr, teacher in the Armstrong schools, spent ^he week end at the Rev Harvey Nelsons. Robert Looft accompanied b'othe^ V ' S ' tCd W ' th thc Looft Eighteen of the Evangelical miss onary society attended n missionary meeting nt Fort Dodge on ndny afternoon and evenlne The Rev. E. R. Walter gav c a talk on tlte evening's program. Mrs. R. D Knnning accompanied "" « on ' Otto and Mrs. Kanning and daughters, Dorothy and Anna Churdan to Annadale, Minn Fii- dav - They will spend the week visiting at the Rev. Rlcrmrd Kann- enf flS n " d MrS ' OU ° Kanni "e'" P*r- Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Qiiilhot, Cl.i- TM KO 'nt "' 'V ^Y' S|lllw '"K. IVuria. III.. Mr. .in.l Mrs. ciju.i. f.r tlm..in "id diildreii. fharles City Mr i.id Airs. Klmcr U,i||ed K e, MaVbl.. i; ( ,.|, and Air. .-uid Airs. IJ,, v d HI,..',I,ins' A/K»M:i, «-,.|-,. ,;i,,..sls at II,.. J|,,,iv' I'err.ande'.j .Sunday. We Offer You loweatth Hybrid Corn This corn won more medals in the 1!):"M> Iowa State yield tests than all its oompctitors put together. Regardless of its rating, it eosts yon no more. We can still supply you with any maturity corn you desire. For information about this com, come in and see us. Algona Produce Phone 9 To]) Prices Paid for Poultry, Eggs and Cash Cream 'taxwtoxxxaai^^ Lower Long Distance Rates on (bay* JL/owcr long distance rates will be in effect all day on Thanksgiving Day between points in the United States . . . the same lower rates that apply every night after seven and all day Sunday on calls over distances of about 50 miles or more. To make Thanksgiving Day happier for yourself and for friends and relatives yon can't lie with . . . "drop in" by telephone in the tfiiytimc . . . when they are (,';itl>ercci together and you can talk with everyone. MO37MWE5TCRM DELI T'LCPHONE COMPANY CLOSING • OUT Public Sale As I am quitting fanning and moving to town I will sell at public auction on what is known as the Mike Krnelding farm, one mile west and four north of Liv- ennoro; on« mile east and !>/<, north of St. Joe, 10 miles south and 1 mile east of Algona, on Tuesday, Nov. 23 SALE COMMENCING AT 12:30 U NCH WAUON ON THE UKOITND 3 Head of Horses 3 Hay gelding 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; brown mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; gray geld^ 146 Head of Cattle 46 n fleshy stock cows; 8 yearling heifers; 2 milch cows, coming fresh llus winter; hull. >> years old; 17 spring and summer calves. This is a good siring nt \\hite Face cattle, carrying good flesh 1:2.1 LEGHORN PULLETS TONS WILD HAY IN STACK S FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 15-30 John Deere tractor; F-12 Farmuli tractor, new; 2-row tractor cultivator new; John Deere 3-bottom plow; 21-ft. tiactor disc; U-ft. disc- 10-ft McCor- mick-Deenng spring tooth harrow; John Deere mower; standard mower- International manure spreader; 40-ft. elevator, power and jack complete- 'sinele- row cultivator; 2-row cultivator; 10-ft. McConuick rake; high-wheel wagon and box; truck wagon and box; truck wagon and rack; hay stacker and buck rake 1 S-ft. Deering binder; McCormlck-Deering corn planter, with 80 rods of wire- International end-gate seeder; fanning mill; corn sheller, new; grind stone 1 110- gal. gas barrel on wheels; 50 gal. gas barrell; 2 hog waterers; 2 feed bunks- IVi horse-power engine and pump jack; 4-section drag and cart; 2 set of harness and collars; bob sled; hand tools; etc. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. No property moved until settled for. re- J. B. Erpelding, Prop. COL WELL BROS., Aucttu IOWA STATE BANK, Algona,

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