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- - — —•-»- . • ^w 40 Yeart, Sunday **?*«* . included Mr. and Mrs Prank Weisbrod and sons Wallace *»*Ro*ert of RtoWteW* iSte |J*wel of Hartley, Mrs. flattie Wels* BM of Council Bluff*, Mr. and Mrs. George Newel and ton, itag. Mary - StoeBer • ?***** *$* daughter!, ted Donna Jean and son? a< 1 Johnnie and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and the honored guests. with purse. a number of gifts jfhd a Mr. andI Mrs. Axel Hansen and **'• ««d Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark old Christmas shopping at Algona. rnursday. SWEA TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS OFFER JOINT PROGRAM Teachers, Pupils of Five Schools in Xmas Show Last Week The Algona Upper Dig ^^••••••••••Ml Rectal and Prostrate Diseases Varicose Veins and Ruptures The majority of these conditions can be treated successfully without operation. My method ot treatment does not require you to go to bed or suffer pain. You lose no time except for a few visits to my office. You are welcome to come in for an examination Without charge or write for further informa- -W9P: < Otflee located 3 blocks south of Ford Garage In the General Hospital Bldg. £ » 5. Algona, Iowa /\ .U. We extend Heartiest Greetings to the many friends, who by their Good Will and Loyalty have helped to make this institution what it is today. Friendships are treasured possessions and we value ours highly, striving in every way to maintain a service that will please old friends and bring new ones with each New Year. F. S. Norton & Son The Algona Auction Co. and buyer at our Tuesday, Dec. 28 We have a party that 1» cloning; out the following dekcribed property from hi. farm In U0» i«te. HOBSE»_i iforrel > ' - • V — 1 hay rack and running gear, 1 triple wa«- lre«h about 2 mo*.; 1 steer; PIUS— 1« Feeder |>ig», 75 Ib*. to WO IM.; MACHINERV — 1 hay rack and riuuiiiig gear, 1 triple woir- 00. box, 1 Deeriug 8 It. bUider, 1 Jolm Ueere single row plow, 1 two row corn plow, 1 John Ueere corn planter wiUi HO rods wire 1 nine foot dump hay rake, 1 four tectiuu drug, 1 niiiu foot disc, 1 eodgagte needer, 1 net breeching huriiest,, 1 »tt back-pad har- newi (new), 1 (our wheel trailer, 1 puinp jack, 1 Economy cream •euarator.l four hundred biiklie! klat corn i rib; Mist; __ forku, khoveui, tools, chicken waterer, 1 buck khevp, black, 'I W. F Ateo bring in what ktock you have. We expect borne good milk cow* Mod otber mixed lot* of cattle. No sale Dec. 25. Don't forget that we will sell by weight or head. AUo otber mixed tot*. We have the be»t of buyers, ko bring in aiiy- tfalMjr you have to seU. Dou't forgetthoM: veal calve* a» we have buyera (or thaiu. Co«kigu your ktock to us as we xviil du all w« can to get the bc*t prioen. We expect to have good buyers for each i.alv, so plait on Uteke ualea your Mien. We have a bujx-r for 150 ton of good alfalfa bay. Open Every Day. Sato Barn phone 77 Start on »tock ut 1 :8<l TJatMS Cash. No property removed until settled for. O. RIDDLE Operator and Auction •* - Elk Cleaners A Joyous Christmas and a Happy New Year Swea-Eagle: The Swen township Christmas program was held at the Community hall last week Friday evening. School District No. 2, Alice Dahl teacher, gave four selections by the school's rhythm band. District No. | 3, June Larson teacher gave a I recitation by June Carlson and a song by Gladys Hanson; District No. 8, Alice Glaus teacher, recitation by Donald Sanders and a play by Ber- nlce Rath, Fern Sanders, Sylva Isaacson. Wayne and Gordon Thompson, Wallace Linde, Jay Gibson; District No. 7, August Qrendler teacher, recitation by Morris Kennedy and playlet by Michael Kennedy and Emory Preston; District No. 8, Alice Helmick teacher, play- l*t by Walter Offenstein, bate, Don^ *Wand Gordon Anderson, recitations by Shirley Leejreat and Jimmy Hamer; short talks by Rev. R, C. Swanson.. Apples and candy were given for treats. JeOlyOft W*!cdhie Son Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson are parents of a son born Dec. 18. been namfed Duane May- About Town Says Seldom in the past years, as long as old timers can recall, has the annual ice harvest north of town been neglected. There will be none this winter. A bountiful supply Inst winter and the modern methods and conveniences are replacing this work. * * * John Anderson, foreman of the Cowan crews, is stumping the town With the question, "What becomes of the white when the snow melts." One may guess or think he knows but Is he sure. A variety of answers convinces John folks just don't tnow. • • • l*lghton Misbach, a reserve officer In the U. S. Army, has received orders on where to report without delay if the U. S. declares war. Such a decision gives the Idea of the slogan, "Just around the corner." ... • • * What is there about ah auction sale that one can stand back and see a farmer bid in and pay cash I for a second hand corn planter, I that Is, pay more money than a I brand new one of the same makfr' costs, delivered to the Md, let HPI In running 6r5« and serviced throughout the season? It was done. ?1P** MSoofcte of rabbet* Wfcfe to &*• docterti <«We«. Sometimes h« ehewa A little on them and Doc Days the Mil. The only Jfl?**.?" '? the fact hc l8 «« trained to get the right site. • • * Win. Ollbrtde and party win leave fw the sunny south soon. The §**«t*8t preparation task Is what to OB With the beloved cat Open for suggestions. '-.!*•• «HS George Millers are two weeks imcatWaJfig. They left the key to their new home with Tunney tluen- hold in the role of caretaker. The house Is safe without worry. Tunney has tolled for two days and can't get In even with the key. * * * * the many readers who followed this column through the past ft&t and cussed and discussed its centents—A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 4 Comers M-D Club Pour Corners': The Four Comers Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Alta Lowman, with 61 present. A poem was read by Iva Witham, substituting for Mrs. Nlckertfon. The Christmas grab bag was held. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Violet Walker, Jan. 6th. The -'b cleared J2Q at a bake sale In - Union fiehooljtorty *£*• f** 1 ^ *ASnttJfnwett we* presented tgtir a***** at the tJn ion township district wnf schoo program, Friday Slffce. Dorothy Kntidsen i« teach**, Ou«st« from Illinois and Minnesota, tut well as Iowa, were in the crowd Dr. and! Mrs. Hart Boftman and daufthter, Joan wW lt**B Friday for LeMars to sptrid the Christmas week end wftft the doctor's parents. Stop Baking Christ-1 mas Cookies and Hurry Down to the Annex oh. i,»Mri . for the mother and new baby. Clifford Peterson of Minneapolis visited last weeS nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peterson. The Riverside country club had Its annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Wayne Richmond last week Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fangest and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fangest of East Chain and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson were last Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Art E, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnson and Algol Swanson attended the annual Farm Bureau business meeting last Monday held at the Burt school. Lucille Evans, who has been practice teaching at Cherokee schools :he past four weeks, and Lucille 3erg, student at Buena Vista col- ege, Storm Lake, returned home ast week Friday to spend Christ nas vacation^ at their parental homes. Mark Stanton's surprise. He T - -. —.--- -—* i bought a suit of extra heavy under- Jacobs is caring we ar In preparation for the fox hunt, new baby. | r t wasn't opened until ready to be donned. Too late to be righted; the original package contained nothing I but dirty rags. • * • Two dollar bills are as scarce aa hen's teeth in these here parts. However, John Nordstrum exchanged one which drew the attention better than display cards. H Radio Bums Up Defective wiring caused a blaz at the Floyd Shackleford home. Sat urday, when the radio caught flr< and was burned. The fire was pu out without calling the city de partment Bare or well done? 1 OThtnty Alur- tagh prefers his birthday cake nerved for breakfast. There's a reason. The Roy Wootrldgfe attended the one hundred second birthday of Roy's grandmother at Kdgewood. high school band honored the aged lady. As she-prepared to greet the band she scolded" ari eighty-one year old daughter for, "Stop wrapping me up, they'll think I'm an old woman." Henry Hahle returned Wednes- ay from Sumner. where he visited lis son, Wm. Hahle, blind attorney, who practices law there. William had a partner but bought him out after the first year and has been in business alone the past three years. He has familiarized himself with the town so completely that he Is able to get about by himself and enjoys a good practice. H. E. (Ed) Rist was born January first, 75 years ago, on the edge of Algona. He served 48 of that time as an official in the old Kossuth County State Bank. * * * Mre. Netha Mathes corrected her husband for the use of the word "irregardless." Since then she has heard it used by several people. Scanning the dictionaries has failed to reveal Its identity. la is right or wrong and will some good Samaritan tell her where it belongs? ' ... Jimmy Neville often place* a box of miscellaneous rubbers outside In the entrance to the store. Dr. Thomas Radio Service Irvington, Iowa There are so- many- exceptional bargains «t the ANNEX these last ru'hing days before Christmas that we do not hesitate to' say— COME RIGHT We have received 0 big lot of bright, cheery, sparkling new silk dresses In new Spring monels, colorful prints and dazzling plain shades (raspberry, scarlet, royal blue) in sizes 14 to 90. The price Is only 1448. Also some attractive new Spring Cotton 'dresses in the swinginest styles you ever saw. Also special lot of 6Ro print dresses in sizes 14 to 30. Others at 98o and 11.18. Big lot of fine all wool flannel robes and satin pajamas — a grand collection of ideal Christmas gifts for the small price of only $4JW. And many other attractive items Including hose and silk underwear. What would be more acceptable than a pair of MKM fine silk hose — practicability and beauty for only 68c. Shop at the ANNEX— It will pay you. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—l pair 6.00x16 used Nobby Tread Goodyear Tires. Less than Vj price.—Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 51 FOR SALE—«.00xl6 Goodrich used tires like new, % price.—Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 51 WOULD YOU like to grow corn easy tg husk by hand and adapted to a mechanical corn picker? See Walter Vaudt, Whittemore, Iowa, local representative Pioneer Hi- Bred Seed Corn. 51* FOR SALE—Electric radio. Phono 514-W, Algona. 51-tf FOR SALE—Two new 8-room bungalows, with garage, just csm- pleted. One located Minnesota and rtcGregor, other Elm and Phillips. Phone 109. 48*-tf FOR SALE—Jap hulless popcorn, new type, extra good, freshly husk- •sd, shelled and winded. Pops like lightning.—Merle Wellendorf. 48-39* FOR SALE—At a Bargain, One 19M Chev. truck with large grain box, also one ?938 F-Td tudor sedan —Western Crdeit Company. <8tf NOTICE—Every want ad in The Upper Des Moines with 3400 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? FOR SALE—Brand new Corona and Underwood portable typewriters, an ideal Xmas gift, $39.50 and up. Rebuilt standard size Underwood, $37.50. Remington standard, $25. On display at the Algona Upper Des Moines. p For Rent FOR RENT- 6 room partly modern house and 4 lots.—Myrtle Turnbaugh, phone 419. 51* Wanted WANTED -Corn uhelling" by fohn Loss, Algona, call 733. 51 WANTED-Hatchlng eggs from standard bred flocks which can pass blood test for Pullorum and our flock Inspection. Will pay good premium for quality. Must be delivered weekly to Algona.—Swift & Co. 50-51 Miscellaneous NEVILLE'S STORE will be closed Christmas Eve.—Jimmie. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION— To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that by mutual agreement the co-partnership of Zender & Caldwell composed of F C. Zender and R. W. Caldwell will be dissolved January 1, 1938.—Zender & Caldwell, by F. C. Zender. R. W. Caldwell, members of the firm. al FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans, 4Mi, no commission.—C. Wl Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa! REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.— Kohlhaa* Bros., phone 22. LOANS— Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission — no red tape- low interest.— Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 23-tf Food NOONDAY luncheon or a dinner large, at a fair price, and a nom inal charge. That's us—Silver Gray Cafe. 5' For Your Car THE BEST DIVIDEND you can get in using gasoline and oil Is a high grade product tfcat insures the life and performance of your motor. Try Johnson's D-X Station SI QUICK GREASE jobs when you ure in a hurry, but one hundred per cent thorough, just the same Call Vic's Service, phone 856. Bl» NOTICE GET THAT DEAD BATTEBY EEPAIEED OE BUY A GOOD REBUILT BATTEEY AL SO NEW BATTEEIES THAT WILL *FIT ANY MAN'S POCKETBOOK WITH A GUAEANTEE THAT IS ALWAYS GOOD. COOK'S SALVAGE YAED Highway 169—South Buy for "HER" Where "SHE" Buys The Chrischilles Store There's a satisfaction in filling your feminine heree!}™ 8 Il8t at ^ 8t ° re Where " 8he " would buy I? Whether it's your wife, sweetheart, sister, or mother wlfh e 7urL??.Sff ^ aPParel 8t ° re JU8t fUled More than that-here's a store full of pleasant and accommodating salesladies, who will help you In yo ur -her^at hesitate . men. it's so eaay to buy tor The Chrischilles Store Open evenings except Christmas Eve. AS LOW YOU CAN BUY AN NOWHERE ELSE CAN MONEY BUY SO MUCH G TOT; ... A Merry Christmas A Happy New Year We Thank You for Your Fine Patronage Here Sampson Tire Service 110 E. State—Algona^ Iowa Fr'an 1 • MERRY CHRISTM&S Richardson Furniture Important Announcement The Zender & Caldwell Store Has been purchased by F. C. Zender Algona Mens-Wear After over fifteen years of friendly, successful merchandising in Algona, Iowa, the Zender & Caldwell fiim is to end January 1,1938. Our store stock, lease, and good will has been transferred to F. C. Zender of Algona; 1; f : \ Merchandiser in Men's Wear Needless to say, I as an individual, am sorry to leave active men's wear merchandising in this community. But I am sune that our old friends and customers will find Mr. Zender amply stocked and ready to serve the needs which the Zender & Caldwell's Store has so long fulfilled. The same principles of fair dealing and service as in the past will be continued by F. C. Zender. My heartfelt thanks and sincere best wishes to a host of friends I have made among you good people of north central Iowa. R. W. Caldwell Of Zender & Caldwell Two 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe !lwn Sedans 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan 1936 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan 1936 Chevrolet Standard Coach 1936 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1936 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe 1934 Chevrolet master sedan, 18,000 actual miles Above mentioned cars are in excellent condition Several cheaper jobs in 1928 and 1939 fiiodd*. JUso some good used trucks. OJ*ifc*with us for Price on Mechanical, Body and Fender Work and Painting. Koisuth Motor Co.