The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1938 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1938 Mike Von Banks to Visit Granddaughter Mr. and MM. Mike Von Bank* of West Bend, with CI«m Crahan as driver, left Thursday, January 6th, tor Coffecvllle, Kan*a«, where the Von Banks will get acquainted with their new granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gordon Mrs. Gordon was formerly Theresa Von Bank. SAVE/ TRADE AT A&PI IOWA STATE BRAND Butter 2 Ibs. 73c Bohar "Vigorous and Wlney" Coffee 1 Ib. can 20c White Home Evaporated Milk 3 tall cans 20c lona Flour _-24% Ib. bag 63c 49 Ib. bug $1.19 FSbbory'* "Best" Flour __24% Ib. bag 89c 49 Ih. bar 51.75 OwnpbflTn Tomato Soup 5-10% oz cans 35c Spaghetti 4-22 oz ens 29c *-!**{ oi cans tSe Crackers __2 Ib. box 15c Enrort- Prepared Spaghetti 4-15% ens 29c Dinner 3-16 ox. ens 25c Carrots 3 No. 2 cans 25c taOct Beets —3 No. 2 cans 25c Aaa PagvChai Sauce _____ 8 oz. bot. lOc Flour 5 Ib. bag 23c disco 3 Ib. caa 49c Juice No. 5 can 21 c Van Lard 4 Ibs. 43c w. p. Apricots _No. 10 can 53c Tn» SttOttm tin 113 Grapefruit doz. 33c Oranges doz. 16c Scot Toflet Tissue 4 rolls 29c Scot Paper Towels 2 rolls 19c Lewis Lye __12-13 oz. cans 96c 6 cans 49c Just Out! January Isroe DAT, tc « copy AUXILIARY HERE REVIEWS YEAR'S WORK, ACTIVITY The January meeting of the Am ertcan Legion Auxiliary, Hagg Post No. 90, was held on Friday, the 7th in the Legion hall, preceded by a meeting: of the executive board. The president, Mrs. E. W. Evans, presented a report of the rehabilitation work of the unit during the past calendar year. One hundred and eight dollars were contributed to the tonsilectomy clinic fund last summer and $15 and $18 to the hot lunch fund for needy school children. Over $30 for clothing for the needy at Christmas, and $5 for the unit's assigned child at Christmas was also given. Mrs. Evnns reported that the Christmas purchases were made at seven different stores to show appreciation of the general cooperation which the Auxiliary always receives from the merchants. At ev- ry store discounts were voluntarily given and gifts were added to the purchases. The clothing, blankets, and a basket of groceries were distributed to needy veterans' families which Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Carl Morck and Mrs. James Burns had prev- ously visited with the school nurse. Miss Bonnstetter. After the business meeting, a program was presented under the direction of Mrs. John Dutton. Donald Johnson sang two solos accompanied by Mrs. Vaughn Rising. An interesting and instructive talk was given by L. E. Linnan on the subject of how a bill becomes a law. Mr. Linna n stressed the importance of careful preparation of a bill to avoid enactment of freak legislation, such as a bill which was in- i trodnced to govern weed-cutting. {which rvyaired that all owners of ; lots, etc- should be cut and bnrn- j wL And the Arkansas bin which re- l <jair*d tfcat two trains approaching an intersection at the same time shcoid both stop and neither should prt>:**-i urti! th-e other train had pa««<i the intersection. Selections irsr? rreserre-i fcj- the Hamilton or- •:h-?s-.T5 -' BA=;rcT- directed by Mr? HircC-i Kssr-ihc-a. The crxhe«- tn cc-K5t»3 cf sever, cf the 12 A: -.'•* :-:r.:"~?iz7L cf the program. Mr* TV.::.= -: VTtis &rd her commit- rft wrrfi r*frf-«i:r.fnts. Mr* Fred 5iricC'CT7:*T TTC-T; the pri^s for high A&P FOOD STORES IHI CKIAI AJ1ANIIC AND P A C I I I C 'I I A COMPANY Sexton Families At Anniver*a,-Ie. Scitcr.: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and children. Mrs. Rosa Fitch and daughters Lois and Esther and v>n. Harold. Mr. and Mrs. John Koe«t!er and family. Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch and son. Aver}-. P. W. Hansen and Hal Sailor spent New- Year's day at Britt at the John Wyland home, where Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Wyland celebrated wedding anniversaries. A family dinner was held Sentenced to Year For Chicken Theft Orville Crouch, arrested last month on a charge of stealing chickens, was sentenced to a year in the county jail by Judge F. C. Davidson. Saturday. He entered a plea of guilty to stealing chickens from John P. Heiderscheidt, Burt, Dec. 24th. S. Tire Dealer Am DISCOUNT ON ALL SNOW AND MUD TIRES Plus a reasonable allowance on old tires We Are Also Closing Out The Balance of Our U. S. Hot Water Heaters at a 40^ Discount We have a complete line of U. S. tractor, truck and car tires Bring us your tire problems. We will solve them for you, and sell you the correct tires for your purjio^i 1 . which will bring ;he cost per mile down 10 a minimum. {><• .sure to listen tn the (*. S. Kadjo Pru<:Taiii starring Urn Ifcniic aini starts Jan. 12tli an<l cii'-h \Vedi.i •>day nitfht at 8:1 SO mi ' 'olmnl/i.'i net work. Meyers Deep Rock Service Phone M) U. S. Corner State ct I'liil'ip.s ^i, Batteries, Accessories Dt-tp Hock f'frtroutrn Prod- *- UtU, Wholfch.-ile anil Retai. "i Colwell Live Slock AUCTION Fair Grounds, Algona, Iowa Friday, January 14, 1938, 1 P. M. bale held evt-ry t'riduy is rr.i!lv ^oin^ OVIT in a way. I. Friday's wUi; H.I.S tin- Urn, si one lirlil I hi-, si'.i.vm. Cattle from \cuj ota^e oil up to nutturt-il ntock of .ill l>ri-<-tl.i ami vvt'iKlito. Quality on niobt of Hum i;'>o<l. 1-ull [iign, fccdijiK huf£t», bOiiTH. tired t*\vet» and laiuli^. This ue«-k «<r cx|M-<<t iinullHT Jaryc ^olr. Huu- innv listed 50 head ol Hereford litilt rs that have Ix-tn on f.-eil. A i.irc lot of feu<ler pl«s, euut>, steers, ete., also a Jew K»ocl uurk Ijorsti-. lirinK ill your block eujlj mid aJso be eiirly youn.elf, if > oil uuilt a seat, the bora U pax-krU t.o euuueity uilll and visitors. We ajuaya have buyers for nion- stock than we r.ui get. Brijlx yours ill and be uiiotlier salisli.J euslonitr. Sill ,-iUier by Uie hfiui of by ui i^lit. S ttlnmuLs promptly. WILL HAVE A 1KVV \\O11K HOUSES H. M. Colwell M S r. 8 Meeting Dates Set for Training Schools in County Announcement of dates for train- Ing school meetings throughout Kossuth county are scheduled as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 11—Portland-Burt townships, at the home of Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Wed., Jan. 12, at the home of Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, for Whittemore and Garfield townships. Thurs., Jan. 13—Springfield-Hebron townships, at the home of Mrs. Tom Berg. Fri., Jan. 14—Buffalo-German townships, at the home of Mrs. Carl Schnucker. Tuesday, Jan. 25—Wesley and Plum Creek at the home of Mrs. Clifton Benschoter. Wed.. Jan. 26—Swea and Harrison, at the home of Mrs, Art Anderson. Tues.. Feb. 1—Eagle and Grant, at the home of Mrs. Leonard Mino. Wed.. Feb. 2—Seneca and Fenton townships, at the Seneca school. Meetings have already been held for a number of the townships. "Training the Appetite" is the subject of the new series of lessons. 17 Friends Give Bob Harvey Real Surprise Dinner Union: Last Wednesday evening, Jan. 5th. Mrs. Bob Harvey entertained at a surprise dinner party for her husband. Covers were laid for 17 at one long tnble. A basket of dried fruits from California and tapers were used for the table decorations. Those present were: Joseph Zanke. Bnrt: Jens Sorenson. Harvey Reid. Roy Sarchet Tom Reid. Robert Loss. Earl Taylor. Union: L, F. Rice. Algona: and Elmer Alt Mrs. Zanke and Mrs. Rice were also guests. The evening was spent at bingo, with prizes being given. Lulu Kohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl.' recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. lona Godfredson. who has been assisting at the Robert Keefe home returned to her home at Burt on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and children. Kathryn. Joan and Donald, drove to Fort Dodge last Saturday to visit Mrs. Bode's nephew. Richard Ryno. who underwent an appendectomy last Monday. They also «visited a friend. Frank Davidson, who is a patient at the new- Lutheran hospital. Whittemore Pastor's Brother, 24, Dead Whittemore: Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher received sad news Satur- that Mrs. Discher's brother. Melvin Schmidt, died that day of heart trouble. The young man was 24 years old and had been afflicted with this dread disease for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Discher and family left for Wall Lake to attend the funeral. Melvin was still at home with his parents. ' Mrs. Biefstedt, 60 Fenton: Mrs. August Blerstedt celebrated her 60th birthday anniversary at her home Thursday evening, January 6. Attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred'Bell and their families, the latter two named from Whittemore. MR. AND MS. JOHN HENRY OBSERVE GOLDEN ANNIVERARSY, WHOTEMORE Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. John Henry celebrated their golden we'd- dlng anniversary Monday, Jan. 10. Following a family dinner at their home they had open house to their many friends and relatives from two o'clock until 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Henry are among our most Industrious and prosperous farmers in this community. They were married at Pontlac, HI., Jan. 10. 1888. and in 1900 they moved on the farm where they now live. They are the parents of a large family of fine sons and daughters who were with them on this happy occasion. The children are: Mrs. Robert Loss, Simon and Joe Henry of Algona. Mrs. Earl Sheppard, John Jr.. Mary ( Francis, Melvin and Esther of Whittemore and Jean Henry of West Bend. Defeat St Cecelia's The Whittemorfe public school girls' basketball team went to Algona Friday night and met the St Cecelia academy team on the academy floor and won over the St Cecelia team by n score of 30 to 23. Meeting Postponed The annual meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation which was to be held Sunday was postponed until riext Sunday. Jan. 16, on account of Rev. Discher being at Wall Lake to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law. Melvin Schmitt also the Lutheran Ladies Aid meeting which was to be held Thursday was postponed until Jan. 20th. Miss Francis Ward of Minneapolis spent last week with friends in Whittemore. Mrs. Josle Goff returned to Whft- temore Wednesday after spending a week with relatives and friends In Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck. son Melvin and daughter Betty of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert and daughters. Betty and Carol Jennett The evening was spent at games and cards. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, were callers at the Intter's parents, last Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schutz. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Geilenfeld last Tuesday evening. Paul Urlch drove to Chicago last week Sunday to buy merchandise for his variety store bent. • He returned -Saturday. Burt Aid Elects ' Burt: Mrs. Henry Schrader, Lone Rock, was hostess to the Lutheran Aid, \vhich met in the church basement Thursday afternoon. New officers were elected as follows: Mrs. H. E. Rachut, president: Mrs. Henry Kueck, vice president; Mrs. Carl Reynolds, secretary, and Mrs. L. Richmann, treasurer. Renwick, Iowa, Jan. 1, 1938 TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN I have this day received from UNITED COUNTIES BKN ISVOUENT ASST* the sum of $643.85 in contributions received by that organization from its members in memory of our mother, Dora GorrelL Our mother had paid $9.00 to this organization during the period of two years and six months that she was a member. RAYMOND GORRELL RUBY GORRELL 2* Ads -'-''- ' For Sale FOR SALE-20 head black faced ewes. Team sorrel mares.—D. L. MtArthur. 11F22. one mile south, 1 mile west. Good Hope church. 2* FOR SALE — 1637 Pontiac coupe. - Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 2 ! FOR SALE—1936 Oidsrnobile tu- <lor touring sttlan. Hoenk Motor Ktrvift. West of Court House. 2 FOR KAI.K Allis-Chalmers trac- '. tor and cultivator, harrow, torn , planter, gas engine. -Nick B. Wag- I r.t : r, Algona. 2* FOP. SALK I'j.'il Chevrolet truck. Nick B Wagner, Algona. 2* WANTED—Load of genuine hickory wood. Phone 138 or 139. 2 BOOKKEEPER and stenographer wants position. A young man 19 years old. Have just completed course in commercial college. Good references. Inquire at UDM office. 2 FOR SALE Model T coupe, good condition, new battery, good tires. $35.00 cash, i'hone 18F3. 2* r/J BUSHELS SEED Corn going at cut prices. Old customers ar; reporting 75 to 60 bus. per acre, and getting theirs for spring. -A. C. Carlisle, Whittemor*. J-2* FOR SALE—Two new 5-room bungalows, with garage, just completed. One located Minnesota and McGregor, other Elm and Phillips. Phone 109. 4&'-tf FOR. SALE—Jap hulless popcorn, new type, extra good, freshly husked, shelled and winded. Pops like lightning.—Merle Wellendorf. *S-3i» FOR SALE Good Hampshire ;i:i:, l/n.-'i for March and April far- II/A-. al.-.u buff and barred, culled blond tt.itucl pullets.- C. C. Hi.i-i W.-.,t i'.'jiii). l-i« Would You like to plant A COLD hK.SISTANT STRAIN of corn for i.. xi .-.piing? One you could plant ' silv and wiiii h will resist early 1iu.,t, m tii« fall See Walter Vaudt \Vi.itttinurc-, I</.-,'a. local repre.sent- •itivt- Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Lost and Found MEN WANTED 175 a month paid to many men at first and more later. Local manager of nationally known company wants to hire several men for work in this locality. Deliver orders to farmers, ren- dt-r .service and do other work. Farm experience very desirable. Car necessary. Permanent work. You only need to give your name and address. Address Box 6874, care of this paper. *<ame _ Address NOTICE—Every want ad In The Upper Des Moines with S400 circulation, is picked up and carried without extra charge in The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of Alf.ina and Algona route*. Why be satisfied with less? Food BACON AND EGGS, or a stack three high, tor the right kind of breakfast, the Silver Gray try. 2 For Your Car DIAMOND D-X gasoline lubricates your motor; D-X oil is insurance on your investment—Johnson's D-X Station. 2 I/J.ST H<i« crate between Al- jona ;ind WJiiili-wore. Keport to l.i.'i .-jllict 2* i-lopt- tonlain- .-,. Cull Hob Wanted VVA.","ri-,l i Whili \AIH\XIIII <_-oinb rt-'t rooKters Write aru this office, btutinu price. ItRlVE-lN service for your car; greasing, wuhhing. oil change, bat- U-ry check. Call 856, Vic's Tire Set- vir e. 2« OUR HOI..STEIN bulls ready fcr heiivy sc-rvii f. T. B. and Btintfs M.sti-d. J' (). M. 37th breeding. I'.i fl MI Corkle & Bon, Algonu, la FARMS KOK 8AI.B—All »tzes. prices. Jocalioju*. Terma to suit you I,i..t your farm with us.—Mc- Uonul.J S, Co K)-tf FARM U)ANS--T«n year furm IKJIII.I. -j'-j. nu i o/iimijiKioii.—C. W Nil oulin, Heal E.stute, Algona, luwu 43-14' HEAI, BARGAINS on good Improved furina, t!ao itttl buys on Aleona lots and homes.—Kohlhaa* Bros., phone 22. 20-lf Fair Aw'n Calls Annual Meeting On Jan. 18, In Algona The Ko*suth county agricultural association will hold its annual meeting, Jan. 18, at 2 p. m., at the court house. Annual reports will be given by E. I* Vincent, secretary, and election of officers will be held. Two directors will be elected for three year terms, following the expiration of the terms of C. M. Gross of Lone Rock, and George Hagge of Ledyard. Dates for the 193$ fair and July Fourth celebrations will also be named. The 1938 fair will be the 80th county exposition here. Wesley Boy Joins College Fraternity Bernard Erdnwn of Wesley was pledged to Phi Slftnft Bpillon social fraternity at lew*'State Teachers' College, it was announced this week at the office of the dean of men. Erdman was graduated from the Wesley high school In 1934. He is now a sophomore at the Teachers' College, and I* working m a bachelor of arts d«gr«e with a major in physical education and mlors In' agriculture and manual arts. Mrs. Telford It Ottosen Hostess Ottosen: The Rural club met with Mrs. Roy Telford Thursday afternoon last week. Roll call was New Tear's resolutions. Scripture reading was given by Mrs. Telford; lesson, Mrs. M. Coyle. Luncheon was served by the hostess and assistant hostess, Mrs. Ed Zlnnel. Mrs. Hugh Raney Is Club Hostess Mrs. Hugh Ranny wa* hostess to the Plum Creek Literary society at her home, last Wednesday, January 5th, with an attendance of 19 members. Two guests, Mrs. Harry Seeley of Whittemore, a former member, and Mrs. Fred Geigel, were also present The program was as follows: A paper, "Youth Facing the Future", by Laura Keen; "These Times and Their Manners", by Maude Jorgensen. Christmas cards received from Dorothy Houghton of Red Oak, and Mrs. Mary Woodward of Whittemore, were also read Card of Thanks We wish to thank the public, friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and helpfulness when we lost our home by a fire.—Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel and family, St. Benedict Out Of Town Mapt* Crackers Go Good; One Perfect Scor* •Hie Court house gang have bee* submerged In the bowling leagu*- standings, while the out-of-doot* teams have been forging to tilth front. Team W Skelly 2* Titonka 23 Inrington 81 Wesley 21 Courthouse 20 Phillips - 20 Burt -W T? Flowers 16 20 LuVerne M 85 Jr. C. of C 27 John 0. Frase* rolled a perfect score on the Barry alleys, to start the hew year right Nobody equal- led his 300 score In 12 strikes during 1937, and there have been only four or five perfect scores on the; •alleys in nine years. L, 12 10 15 15 15 19 20 Pot. ~.MT .584 .«4 .444 .444: .35* .260-. MllllllllfllllW Chrischilles Store Sale Begins Wed. Jan. 12th ——— For IO Days =^—===== Foxcroft standard sheets 72x99 and 81x99 We start the year 1938 out with a rousing old- fashioned WHITE GOODS SALE. .Through fortunate "IHIJS" right after the break in cotton prices, we are able to offer our customers some of the greatest values in staples for years. These prices are bed-rock—they are based on lowest prevailing cotton prices. All qualities are standard— BIT WITH CONFIDENCE from Algona's most <? / progressive department store. 36 inch full bleached standard muslin 18-inch all linen ' ow el-/D/» ing, blch. colored border-* O C 42x36 pillow cages (standard) great buy _ 25c Mattress cover—costs less than you would pay for material .. $1.25 Lady Pepperell 42-Inch tubing. You can't beat tills, yard 22x41 Martex with colored lurkiwh border, towels 3 for . $1 Blanket Specials .....59c ..98c $1.79 $2.39 and I • Single blankets, colored block plaids, large size Plain white single blankets, 70x99 (sheets) Staple cotton double blankets, 70x80 and 72x84 72x84 part wool blankets, In full color range Indian blankets in many 4 "JQ colors and patterns I ^ I W Ffcrlbo all-wool blankets — none better, epeclel priced— $6.95 TO $9.1 T THE YEAR WITH SAVINGS Special Dress Lengths This has been a very NUCceNNful annual promotion. This material Is a very fine printed rayon silk crepe In desirable pattern* and colors and comex In 3}£ and I yard lengths, already cut and ready to Hew. Choice from a large • selection at two attractive (trices. ength «P 1 «95 L «P^S*4O Length DRESS SPECIAL HERE and THERE This is not an ordinary "dress sale" — but one of our amazing $5.00 dress clearances that have been so successful in past seasons. About 60 garments in the group, complete sizes from 12 to 46 — not a lot of old left-overs, but this season's styles and values to $12.85 and $15.00. Come prepared to find extra SPECIAL bargains and you will say this is the greatest sale of the season _______ 35c 15c $6.95 CLOTH t'OATS AT GREATLY BEDUCED JANUARY CLEARANCE PRICES flOINd FAST— Small group of Wellealey Mello- swade and Woolenaire sport dresses, high biiadea, sizes 14 to 18 only _________ ALL FALL DOUIH UODHON JUNIOR DRESSES REDUCED About 25 silk and wool children's dresses, sizes 3 to ii> live, snappy styles-— a fine selection and just the garment to finish out the winter— BUY A DRESS FOR THE DAUGHTER at these sharply reduced prices. I $1.55 $1.88 $2.29 Shlpineut uf Auuib Fur Coats at Hpeclal Prices—re- ccut break in I'ur market make.s tbl« ttbuwing Irn- portaut. KKAL BARGAIN** FIIOM DOWMl 81-inch standard quality, full bleached riheeting, lowest price in years, yard_.__. 36-Inch light and dark outing flannel-a good heavy "nappy" cloth special » „, _ Indies' and misses' fine wool and hand-Knit sweaters—a fine €1' OO selection $ I «%|SJ and SKOW SUITS OF HEAVY FLANNE1J 'ITiese suits come in sizes 3 to 6 in a fine selection of styles and colors, with caps to match, button and zipper jackets and well made £M (%£• and all wool—to close out 9v«vw Women's outing gowns, long sleeve, white and colored Women's balbriggan pajamas—well made, excellent material, very cheap price 1. Lot of children's Munsingwear union suits, sizes 2 to 8, last call for only 72*W ±4b. comfort batt, frfll bleached and stitched, special for only |jj|f9 3-lb. comfort batt, natural (jojop-—full size and weight, only Taffeta bed spreads—86x105—a beautiful cover in pastel shades, special 89e 89c 69c 69c 49c THIS IS THE TIME TO -STOCK-UP!

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