The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona. tipper P* li<al> , 16,1937 Bowling League Standings Today No games were bowled Wednesday night because of the football banquet, but a double-header match was toiled Monday, so th*following standings are Hght uf to the minute for Barry's League, as of today: Courthouse 19 H -««3 Wesley 17 10 .630 fikelly 18 12 .800 Titonka .16 11 .693 Phillips 17 13 .567 Jrvington 16 14 JJ33 Flowers 1* 16 .467 Burt .10 17 .370 tuVerne 9 18 -833 3t. C. of C 9 21 .300 5 Crash Victims Classified Ads For Said FOR SALE—Two Grunow electric refrigerators. Never off the floor. Make this a Christmas gift Easy terms.—Thomas Radio Service, Irvington, Iowa. 60* FOR SALE OR TRADE— Phtlco battery set. Nearly new.—W. H. Bosworth, Algona. 80* FOR SALE—Electric radio. Phone 514-W., Algona. M FOR SALE—Horses and one purebred Guernsey bull, 15 mos. old.— Ben Goiila, 2 mi. No. % west of Algona. 80* PIANOS—New and second hand. Bargains.-*G. a Kuhn, Phone 168, Algona. - , 80* FOR SALE OR TRADE—Model A 1930 Ford coach.—C. Winkle, T».._* .v .60* Burt. WOULD Y6U LIKE to produce 10 to 20 extra bushels of corn per acre at the cost of 2 bushels? See Walter Vaudi, Whlttemore, Iowa, local representative for Pioneer Hi- Bted Seed Corn. 50* ELMER MEINSNER HERBERT CURTIS HARRT BLONDIN FOR SALE—Highly Improved .80, good soil, near school, low taxes, close to Burt. Federal loan now on farm. Must be sdld before Jan. 1, possession March 1. A real home, priced to sell.—McDonald & Co., Algona, Iowa. 60 FOR SALE—Purebred Spotted Poland China boars, cholera immune. New blood lines for old customers. 3 miles northwest Whlt- temore.—Mike Higgins. 49-..60* FOR SALE!—Dressed turkeys. Phone 25F4.—Mrs. Nick Elschen, Algona. 60-SS FOR SALE—Dressed geese, 20c Ib. Call 25F2. 50* SANTA SPEAKS for himself. Sensational talkie toy. Fun for all. 25c (coin) postpaid. Box 335, Mason City, Iowa. 50« FOR SALE—Two new 5-room bungalows, with garage, just cem- pleted. One located Minnesota and McGregor, other Elm and Phillips. Phone 109. 48*-tf FOR SALE3—Jap hulless popcorn, new type, extra good, freshly husked, shelled and winded. Pops like ightnlng.—Merle Wellendorf. 48-39* FOR SALE3—At a Bargain, One 932 Chev. truck with large grain box, also one 7936 F"rd tudor sedan. —Western Crdeit Company. 48tf NOTICE—Every want ad In The Jpper Des Moines with 3400 circu- Good Fur Coat Buys " n Chriscies i|" ft hill O We have several excellent fur coat buys in rich, black lustrous Australian seal. Give yourself a practical Christmas gift by purchasing one of these on our easy payment plan CABS ArfD TRUCKS can b* purchased with a feeling of MCttrity when yon get them from a firm that Was here yesterday, te here today, and win be here tomorrow. Practically all of our machines are thoroughly reconditioned before placed for resale. Afl makes and models, all prices.—Kent Motor Co*, Algona, 80 latlon, is picked up and carried without extra charge In The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of AJgona and Algona routes Why be satisfied with less? FOR SALE—Brand new Corona and Underwood portable typewriters, an Ideal Xmas gift, $39.50 and up. rtebullt standard size Underwood, $37.60. Remington standard $25. On display at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Wanted WANTED—Loan of $600 at 6 per cent on eight room modern house— monthly rental $40. Address J. W B., care this paper. - 50* SweaCitytMf*A» Xma* Party Wa§ Heldon Monday Swea City: The December meet- ot the P. T. A. was held at the high school auditorium Monday evening. A Christmas program was given as follows: selection by the eirls' glee club; reading, "Christmas in a Mining Camp," Mrs. Ortmeyer of Armstrong; selections by boys glee club; xylophone solo, Marjorie Hilsten; Christmas in Different Lands by four girls in costume- Scandinavian, Katherine Tweeten Holland, Inez Larson, Italy, Evelyn Butterfleld, England, Lillian Kvamsdale. Christmas carols were sung in Latin by the Latin club. After the program lunch was served in the dining room. Falls frpm Davenport Little Charlene Hoeclt fell from the davenport recently and broke her collar bone. With House of David Several from here drove over to Algona Monday evening to see the basketball game between Algona and the House of David. Included in the House of David team are three local boys: Gregory and Ar Deim and Don Peterson. They let Tuesday for the west and played Tuesday night at York, Neb. WANTED—Hatching eggs from standard bred flocks which can pass blood test for Pullorum and ou flock Inspection. Will pay good premium for quality. Must be dellv ered weekly to Algona.—Swift & Co 60-8.' Miscellaneous FARMS FOR SALES—All sizes prices, locations. Terms to sul you. List your farm with us.—Me Donald * Co. 10-tf FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans, 4tt, no commission.—C. W NicouIIn, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa 43-14* REAL BARGAINS on good Ira proved farms, also real buys on Al gona lots and homes.—Kohlbaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest—Edw. Capeslus, Helse Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf Food DECEMBER or May, good eaters all say, it's the Silver Gray. 60 For Your Car BALKY MOTORS need some real encouragement Give it to them by driving In at the Johnson D-X Service Station. 60 COLD trouble? 856. WEATHER battery Call VIC'S Service. Phone , 60* Airs. Forrest Twogood arrived Tuesday from Moscow, Idaho, to visit until after the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. LOUIS SCHAVMBL'EG IN THIS GLUWINU r.IIHISTMAS PACKAGE ^ EJtVIN B1C11TCR five young nn-n killed in the amtomobile-Norlhwebtcrn roaii gasoline-engine accident. <'"<•• mile north Of Burt, last Thursday evening, arc- pictured here. All ive were believed lo biive bttu killed instantly, &a none were alive when trainmen and passengers reached the front of the train after it jolted to a bloiJ. This uuo-cur train was derailed, and almost lipped over. Only passengers in the train were Mrs. F. E. Bargen of Mountain Lake. Minn., and Uus Chamberlain, Walnut Grove, Minn. The train bounced uLong the tracks lor 150 or 200 yards, coming to a stop crosswise of the tracks at a "Y" intersection where a switch caught the front trucks of the train and swung it north, while the rear of the train kept or. the tracks going south into the Burt yards. Crushed to a mass of twisted ni'.-t- al, it was necessary for officials to work for two bourn, before ail bodies could be pried from the wreck. Size H. bla. k Australian btal full cut, beautifully made, neat turn-up collar Size 14. black Au. coat, v. fashionable collar, richly lir u real buy for <, •S35.00 Si/fc aj black Ualian seal with becoming d blu collar bwtiyjfer cut and a great buy Other fur coaU if. stock from 11 to V> Mrs. Chas. Kessler has been ill at her home for the past week Mr. and Mrs. H. Kulander were dinner guests at the Anna Larson home Tuesday. George Thorson spent several days last week visiting relatives In Waterloo and Waverly. He returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and Francis and Edith Dahl sang In a group of 125, presenting Handel's "Messiah" at the M. E. church in Estherville Sunday. The Ladles' Guild will hold a Christmas party for the Old Peoples Home at Winnebago, Minn., Dec. 17. The hostesses are Mrs. Chas. Kessler, Mrs. C. P. Finn and Mrs. Martin Olson. The committee In charge is Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. P. J. Heiken and Mrs. Fred Berggren. Leona Krampe Hbltof**- Mrs. Robert Kain, Margaret Hullerman, Alice Kain, Hattle Wilson, Frances Messer of Humboldt, Fern Pederson and Antoinette Bonnstetter were hostesses at a shower, Monday evening at the Robert Kain home, honoring Miss Leona Krampe who will be married in Madison, Wisconsin, Saturday evening. Twenty-seven guests were present The evening was spent playing bridge and anagrams. Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer received the high score at bridge, and Miss Bertha Godfrey the high score nt anagrams. Refreshments were served with a color scheme of green and white being carried out in the decorations. Favors for all guests were a dainty corsage of evergreen and white chrysanthemums tied with silver ribbon, and the long white tapers decorating the tables were decorated in the same manner. Following the refreshments, Mr. Overmyer appeared as Santa Claus and present ed Miss Krampe with many beaut iful gift* Faculty Party- Paul Berger and his committee Supt. O. B. Laing, Florence Young Dorothy Reif, Gladys Belghler Audrey Fritz, Fern Federson an<3 Antoinette Bonnstetter entertainer their fellow teachers at a candle light dinner party Saturday eve nlng at six o'clock, at the hlg u school. Tables were beautfiull decorated in green and white. Clust ers of candles and spruce were use as center pieces. Guests were ad mitted to the dining room to th strains of Christmas chimes from an old music box Christmas carol were sung, games played and gifts exchanged. The gifts were turned over to Miss Bonnstetter for Christ mas baskets. Mrs. Samson Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fitzgerald en tertalned Saturday evening at flv tables of bridge at their home nea Plum Creek. The party was give in honor of the birthday annivers ary of Mrs. Clinton Samson. Bridg was played at five table's. Mrs. Geo Johnson of Irvington received th ladies high prize, Hugh Raney the men's high price, aftd Jttt. Vic Par- Mhs the plate pritt. — : ik- ' Graham'* Chrlstrmhl Partf— The store force »t Graham's de» artment store Will be entertained it ft seven o'clock dinner and Christmas party tonight, (Thursday) by Manager and Mrs. Chet lolt at their home. O. E. 8. InlHtatton— 'l The Order of the Eastern Star met at the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening and six new members were initiated. The new members are Mrs. Roy BJustrorn, Mrs. dar- errce Stewart, Mrs. Wallace Me? Dougal, and Mrs. C, W. Morck of Algona, and Mrs. S. L. Bemls and Mrs. B. E. Sanders of Sexton. Mrs. W. G. McCullough is the worthy matron. Mrs. O. W. Erickson was hostess at ft bridge party ftt her home, on Tuesday evening. Brld^ <*£» ed ftt three tables. Mrs, Lloyd weii- eSdorf received the high pr1«, Mrs. Russel Cook the second high prize, Mrs W. C. trelan entertained her bridge club members at a 1:16 luncheon, Tuesday afternoon. Covers were laid for 12. Prizes at contract were won by Mrs. L. W. FOX. and Mrt. Fred Bftrtnolomew. Mrs Oeorg* L. Miller received the guest prize. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. Notice of Probate of Will In District Court November Term, STATE OF IOWA, , KOSSUTH COUNT*, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of erry Helgens, ember », »28 and thereto dated NwembW having been this «*9[and read, Tuesday, the December, 1987, is ^ed f« proof of same at the Cowt Ho«*> in Algona, Iowa, before thettct Court of said County, or t of said Court; and ftt *« m., of the day above »«* persons Interested are hereby fled-and required to appear, "how cause If any they have, why said Instrument should not be^probated and •n«*s«A.2» £f J8 last wall and Te»talne»t of »«a deceased. J ^_'»» .~k** Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 27, 1937. ' ' « KATHARINB Me BypT -Clerk of Dtstrtct.Courk ALMA PEARSOW, Deputfr Harrington « Lowe, ft«y*> Tops fyruptfcJlift Say "Merry Christmas." '. „•.' -'i with Flowers ... • CUT FLOWERS Roses, Gift Deluxe Carnations, all colors Poinsettia blossoms Snap Dragons Calendulas Chrysanthemums Boxes Assarted Flowers Polnsettlas Cyclamen Begonias African Vlotett'_: Primroses Fruited Pepper Plants Ferns" For Gifts to go 6ut of town, send flowers by wire! N6 bother of wrapping, mailing, etc., if you send gifts of flowers to friends by The cost of telegram is the only additional expense. Fast wire. 'i JUNIOR mm ml*n) I* Siit, 9 U171 Some are slightly dizzy, others completely mad ... but each will make your spirits soar. They are brisk and lively . . . clothes for the young and irresistible. What a collection! Riotous prints! Colorful sheers! Flower- aplashed acetates! Full of thrills and frills and fresh nosegays . . . each more captivating than the other. You'll just have to see them for yourself. mail is used when time permits. ORDER NOW! Algona Greenhouses Phone 305 Algona, Iowa Increase the Comforts of Home with Electrical Gifts rise Waffle Iron Beautiful, New \ Light Fixtures Now on Display at Our Store Would Make An Ideal Xmas Gift Why not stop In and «ee them, You'll be surprised to find how little will buy so much. A beautiful chromium plated model with top heating unit Has device to show when iron is ready tor use. Rellab1 ly built throughout and up 5.95 Powerful electric motor drives any of a set of mixing tools. Comes complete with bowls, stand and ute.slls. OO Rfl Built to laslsfiflBBBlDlf SLVIMIIUVU NEW LlllMii: UeLUXE •j TrMOft | || Chrischilles © IT <Q> ISO. OS IT Percolators A complete display in style, size and price—all are smartly designed. A dependable, lasting gift Tank Heaters Have- Tune and Labor in Breaking Ice and Provide Warm Water for Stock Advance-Marshall All Cast Iron Oil-Burning Sieberling Oil-Burning Heaters Cowboy Heaters Coal Burning As Low as $16.00 Kohlhaas & Spilles 4.96 up Coffeemakers Displayed in several convenient sizes, attractive styles 5.95 up Toasters Both automatic and semi-automatic models, priced at 2.96 up Irons A gift any housewife will enjoy. Conventional and light weight model*; Prices start as low as 2.96 up Clocks Models styled for any room in any home. Designed for beuly and lasting dependability. Priced as low as 2.95 up These and Many More Beautiful Electrical Gifts at the PRATT EtECTHfrC OOMPANY-ALCrOIIA** ELECTRICITY IS CHEAP I ALQONA—MAKE THIS A OOMFOBT CHRISTMAS 1. E. S. Lampt Don't fail to Include Better LJ*ht-B*t- ter Sight Lamps on your Cariatisuw list. Both floor and table modela—- your choice of sillf or parchment shades. Make your selection EARLY. T*Mo B moor 9.60up

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