The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Ses Molfle*, Kov. PLUM CREEK UT. CLUB BENEFIT AT BODEHOME.TUE5. Irvington: The Plum Creek Literary society entertained at a benefit card party last Tuesday afternoon at the Harry Bode home in Plum Creek township, assisting hostesses being Mrs. George Benschoter and Mrs. Harvey Jergen- 8en. This is the third party of a series planned for the winter season. There were six tables. Plan Xmas Program The pupils of Miss Marjorie Johnson in school district No. 8 have started preparation for their Xmas school program to be given on Dec. 17. The entertainment will consist of a cantata entitled "Santa Takes a Vacation." There are 12 pupils enrolled in the school. Gteo. Raney Passes Word was received Monday by relatives in this vicinity telling of the death of George Raney in California. Mr. Raney has lived many years in California, but was born and raised south of Irvington. His relatives in Irvington are the Hugh Raneys, George Johnsons, and Ray Fitchs. Hosts on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel entertained a number- of relatives at the Edw. Mawdsley home last Sunday honoring the fifth birthday of their son, Ronald. Those who enjoyed the courtesy were the -P. 3. rJremmels and Robert Leasons of Burt Mrs. Anna Leaaon and daughter, Mabel of Algona. School Party, Program Miss Pearl Leigh and her pupils invite the general public to a Thanksgiving school program at eight o'clock Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, at the L. A. Johnson school. At the close of the program a gift will be awarded. Irvington Group Elects Eischeid As Ag Conserv. Head Rich Point: The agricultural conservation association held a meeting Nov. 15 at the central school in Irvington township and elected the following officers: Henry Eischeid. chairman: L. C. Hutchins, vice chairman and J. F. Black committeeman. Carl Hutchins and Hal Skilling are alternates. Mrs. Frank and Isadore Eisenbarth attended a shower, Sunday Mrs. Perry Phillips and Mrs. George Johnson attended a benefit bridge party at the Harry Bode home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson entertained the following families at a 1:30 dinner Sunday: Harry Seeley, Whittemore. Raymond MoyeV, Burt and the Hugh Raneys. Whittetnore Club Picks New Officers Whittemore: The A. A. U held its monthly meeting in the school hall Friday evening. Election of officers was the main business. Officers are: Herbert Zumach, president; W. C. Rusch, vice president; and P. Ij. Jessen, secretary and treasurer. Cards were played. Mrs. Herbert Zumach and Win. Rusch, Jr.. won high prizes and Hugo Meyer won travel. A delicious lunch was served later in the evening. Hutchins Infant Dies The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eujfent Hutchins died Monday nt the Kossuth hospital wherf it was born Saturday. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. George Vance in charge. The baby, which was the first child for the Hutchins, Pwt^tP^if-i! For Sale Mrs. Wm. Boldridge, assisted by Mrs. Vern Barker, entertained the local aid society Thursday. The Riverdale Woman's club is making preparations for their annual club banquet to be held on Dec. 1st at the Behrends home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moyer of Burt. the Harry Seeleys of Whittemore and Hugh Raneys were all Sunday dinner guests at the George Johnson home. Little Joan Ricke, four months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ricke, has been critically ill with bronchitis. However at this writing, she is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Beckers in Plum Creek township. The M. E. Blanchards of Lone Rock visited with the E. W. Blanchards. Joe Lage of Mason City visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Earl Miller at Burt FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, both fall yearling and spring, These are lengthy, heavy bred individuals. Also one two year herd boar.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 46-47-48* USED RADIOS FOR SALE—One Philco 2-volt, $9.50; 1 Sentinel 2-volt $7.50; 1 Philco Electric, $8.75; 1 Corondao 2-volt console, $6.50; 1 Crosley 2-volt, $6.75; 1 Fada Electric, $15.00; 1 General Electric console, $16.75.—Joe Bloom. 46 FOR SALE—Duroc boars.—P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, Iowa. 46-tf FOR SALE—Model A Ford coach. Will trade for stock.—C. Winkle, Burt. 46* FOR SALE—Pure bred Spotted Poland China boars and gilts. New blood lines for old customers. Sired by Lafayette, junior champion at Des Moines; dam by Radium, ;rand champion of Nebraska and 'owa.—H. E. Cummins, Dickens, Iowa. . 46 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth four door sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court tfouse. 46 FOR SALE—1935 Ford V-8 town sedan.—Hocnk Motor Service, west of Court House. 46 FOR SALE—1925 Chevrolet standard sedan.—Hocnk Motor Service, west of Court House. 46 FOR SALE—1934 Plymouth sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 46 FOR SALE—Horses. mostly mares, 3 to 7 years old. Weight 1300 to 1600.—C. L. McVay, phone 791, Algona. 46* FOR SALE—2,000 ft dry, season- Good Coat Buys For Cold November Days CHRISCHILLES STORE ed lumber, $28.00 per thousand. Let me saw your lumber.—Frank J. Stebritz. Algona, Iowa. 46* USED RADIOS FOR SALE—ONE Phllco 2-volt. $9.50; 1 Sentinel 2-volt, $7.50: 1 Phllco Electric, (8.75; 1 Coronado 2-volt Console, S6.60; 1 Croeley 2-volt, $6.75; 1 Flada Electric, $15.00; 1 General Electric Console. $16.75. — JOE BLOOM. FOR SALE—Duroc boars. Tel- ephone 20F11.—George Kohl, Algona. 45-46* FOR SALE—A good used radio. Phone 514-W or call at 712 E. McGregor St. 46* FOR SALE—Poland China boars. Cholera immune.—Meyer & Dahl, Fenton. Phone 1115, Lone Rock 45-48* Lost-Found LOST—Curtain for Packard sport phaeton, near Bradgate two mos. ago. Reward $2.—H. S. Beatty, Algona. 45* FOR SALE—Purebred spotted Poland China boars—C. F. Kern. 2 miles west, one mile south of Fenton. 43-46* Wanted WANTED—Man or woman to solicit memberships for a fast growing Iowa fraternal organization. Permanent employment and opportunity for advancement. Give age and experience. Write B care Upper Des Moines. 46* WANTED TO RENT—Acreage or farm dwelling for a year, reasonable, and 6 months rent in advance. Write c-o this paper. 46-47* WANTED — Two experienced poultry men immediately, steady wages. Write box OJH, c-o this paper. 46* WANTED—Several hundred people to visit "The Nut Farm", under auspices junior class of high school, 8 p. m., Friday, Nov. 19th. 46 WANTED—Several hundred people to visit "The Nut Farm", under auspices junior class of high school, 8 p. m., Friday, Nov. 19th. 46 T* f». ~«.«—-~«,-..«. hundred people to visit "The Nut Farm", under auspices junior class of high school, 8 p. m., Friday, Nov. 19th. 46 Lost-Found STRAYED—Red heifer strayed from my farm, Nov. 12, weight 550 Ibs.—J. N. Wlllgert, LuVerne. 46* LOST—Brown bill fold lost In or in front of Hawcott & Oggs. Finder may keep change but return to Bunkofske's Barber Shop. 46* FOR SALE—>A few Duroc Jersey boars. Phone 12196, Burt. Iowa. —C. E. Sigsbee. 46-47-48-49* Miscellaneous CASH PAID for old gold such rts dental gold, broken jewelry, watch cases, etc.- Jewelry. -Borchafdt's Drug and 4546 FARMS FOR SALE—All sices, prices, locations. Tenns to milt you. List your farm with us.—McDonald tt Co. FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans, 4H, no commission.—C. W| Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 43-14* REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 28. ( 2u-tf LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest—Edw. Capcsius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf NOTICE—Every want ad in The NO ASHES TODAY] THEY BURN J IALV NAUDAIN GOAL CO. Phones: Office 212 Residence 7BS-J Upper Des Moines with 8400 circulation, 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? START TOUR OWN bustnessv Big profits. Sell monuments direct from factory to consumer. Exclusive territory. Do not write unless you mean business.—E. 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