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The Algona Upper Pea Moinag, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 16,1938 FEBRUARY P. T. A. HELD, OT70SEN Music Numbers, Play, Were Presented Last Thursday Evening Ottosen: Tne February meetings of the Parent Teachers Association i oiiv^r kisstth waa held IB the high school auditor- j him Tuesday evening. t The following program was giv-l ea: selections by trio. Mrs. Barbara I Heltnen of Bode, Charlotte Kfnseth I and Eileen Schneider; a play. "The Dress Rehearsal" by the high school boys; selection by high school girls' sextette; reading. Mrs. Ralph Richards. Miss Alice Thorsen was a caller in Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Gatton of Humboldt visited with relatives and friends here last week. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Serai Holden, Thursday, Feb. 10. This Is their first child. Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter.'Patty Ann of West Bend spent Wednesday at the Peter Holt home. The O r. C. entertained the Brad- Aid met Friday afternoon in the church parlors wish Mr*. Roy- Teitord and Mrs. ,1i>e l.titl *» hostesse*. , The Lutheran Lact?f*' Aid will Wednesday a {Tempers. Feh.' ELIZABETH KEENE, WHITTEMORE, WED WESTBEND YOUTH Young Couple United a St. Michael's; To Live in West Bend WJiittemore: A pretty wedding ' a /' w *f. h J >u ? sc !?> r "" ' Michaels Catholic church . . IS. at th* church parlor* with Mr».{ '" »*™re with the Father Vel Christi* Movlrk »n,1 Mr* r««r«rrf «nci«tm|t. when Elizabeth Keen Christie Movick and Mrs, Landers, hostesses. O. P. C Farewell Party The O. P. C. gave a farewell party In honor of Mrs. Douglas Ol aon Monday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially. A pot luck lunch wa« served. The club presented Mrs. Olson with a hand painted picture, painted by Clara Landers. The Olson family will move to a farm near Grand Junction the last of February. Bancroft Still Wins St. John's of Bancroft defeated St Joseph's of Mason City, in basketball, Sunday afternoon, in two overtime periods. 27 to 25. Joe Murray swished through the winning basket. It was the 16th victory of the season for Bancroft, giving the local basketball and baseball teams perfect records the past •troraas Peerless Processed) Coal Today Try this efficient fuel—it's economical, cleaiijdiistless. It bums for a long time —leaves little ash. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool GOSS-AMOUR*...isthe Answer to the Maiden's (and the Matron's) Prayer became the bride of Ray Hogan i of West Bend. The attendants were Christine Keene. sister of the bride, and Harold Orijrer a friend of the groom Th* bride wore a beautiful white satin dress with long veil and carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid wore orchid satin and her flowers were pink carnations. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keene. The bride is well known here and grew up in Whittemore. She was n graduate with the class of 1937 at Presentation Academy. Mr. Hogan is well known here. He is a brother of Jim Hogan. They will make their home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Berninghau who lived with the former's mothe: Mrs. Emelie Berninghaus, mcvti Friday to the Henry Frombac farm vacated by Henry Weave; who moved on a farm south of A gona. Mrs. Chas. Seymour and mother Mrs. Mary Dorwelller were guest at a quilling bee Wednesday at th home of J. S. Studer in LuVerne Mrs. Dorweiler stayed at the horn of her daughter, Mrs. Studer, untl Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson o Rolfe spent Sunday with relative here. Mr. and Mrs Edgar Bauman and family, Ringsted, spent .Sun day at the Walter Strueckers. Mr and Mrs. August Roggo of Peterson were also Sunday guests at the Strueckers. Word was received here last week that a son had arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson In Emmetsburg. This gives the Hansons a family of two boys and two Etirls. Carl was employed In th* H. R. Zumach meat market for a number of years before going to Smmetsburg. Peter Elbert and son, Otto, left Wednesday morning for Omaha, and from there will leave for Cal- fornia to visit the former's son, Charles Elbert, and other relatives, ''rank Elbert, Orville Fuchsen, Mrs. R. J. Vaughn and Mildred Fuch- en accompanied them to Omaha nd Mildred Fuchsen went on t California from there. Quilt Bee at Meyers A quilting bee was held at th home of Mr. and Mrs. George Mey er Friday afternoon. Those wh were there were Mr. and Mrs. Chri Meyer, son Walter, Mr. and Mrs August Mielke. Mrs. Art Helden with, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Her man Voigt. Mrs. Emelie Siems, Mr and Mrs. Henry Schultz. The men spent the afternoon playing card while the women quilted. Honored on Birthday Margaret Rooney had a pleasan surprise Friday evening after school. Margaret had been detain ed al school a little longer than usual and when she arrived home she was astounded to see her 14 girl friends greet her and congratulate her on her 13th birthday. Those who were nt the party were Marlyn Woodward, Anna Mae Butler. Betty Schmidt. Mary Kelso, Bonnie Brogan. June Eischeld. Florence Seymour, Jean Higgins. Loretta Kollasch. Alice Kollasch, Maxine Bisenius. Marorie Montag and Marcella Priester. Goss'Amour* The gossamer *ilk entire back of this clever step-in, and satin fashions a firm front panel Model 316 j sells at an $O 50 unheard of low at ... The double net "Sta-Lo" bra is model 494 ..... It's backless! CHRISCHILLES CHARITY BALL GOWNS Chrischilles Store Farmers to Retire Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fogarty. prom- nent farmers three miles southwest >f town, have purchased the Thatch- •r residence in West Bend and will retire from their farm and move to own. They rented their farm to heir son, Joseph. They have lived in this community nearly 50 years. Mrs. Fogarty and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr, of here are sisters. Leo Swanson was In Des Molnes Thursday and Friday on business. •Eroert la on,the sick,list this week and under the doctor's care. John Fish had the misfortune to fracture two ribs while scrimmaging at basketball Friday. The Keene-Hogan wedding dance held in the Higgins hall Wednesday night, wan well attended as the hall was packed to capacity. Father J. J. Hyland. former assistant pastor of St. Michael's parish, nnd now of Manilla, was calling on Whittemore friend? Thursday Tommy Farrell, who is attending Trinity college at Sioux City, spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Far- tell. Herman Riggert of the Letts Creek vicinity, was taken to the McCreery hospital in the Swanson ambulance Saturday night to be operated on for obstruction of the bowels. Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz and daughters, Elda, Amelda and Esther, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona Friday evening to call at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Word was received here by Mr. ;.ml Mrs. Frank Balgernan that a new granddaughter arrivt-d at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bchn- he in Webster City. This gives the Behnkes two daughters. Waller to Speak At Nebraska Press R. B. Waller, junior editor of The Algona Upper Des Moinee. wll speak before the annual meeting o the Nebraska Press Association, a Omaha, Friday afternoon, on the subject of "Cooperation between Competitors." In brief, the topic will discuss the Algona plan, whereby both local newspapers cooperate in publication, by alternating Tuesday and Thursday, each year. This will be the third press association to receive Information about the plan. Waller addressed the Minnesota Editorial Association a year ago, and D. E. Dewel of the Kossuth Advance spoke before the Iowa Press Association last spring. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses extended to us during the illness of our beloved wife, mother and sister, nnd for the beautiful floral tributes at the time of htr death.—H. M. and Judy Kay Bockes. Rose and Christine Arend. 7* CALL2SOYBEAN SESSIONS, WESLEY ANDWfflTTEMORE The Kossuth county farm bureau In cooperation with the Milwaukee railroad and soybean processors have scheduled two meetings for next Friday, February 18. The afternoon meeting will be in the Leg- Ion hall at Wesley and the evening meeting In the city hall at Whltte- more. A special feature will be an exhibit of products made from soybeans. Some of them will be soybean meal, flour, glae, oil (both for paint and edible uses) plastics and others. The processors will tell and demonstrate why the processing plants buy for their use only mature yellow beans, why split beans are objectionable and what varieties are most desirable. A sound film will be used to show the production and harvesting of jeans. According to the county agent, It not the Intention of the farm tureau to encourage or recommend he production of more beans by holding these meetings. However, ince ths .production of soybeans is in the Increase in Kossuth county, t was felt that the meetings could be educational as well as interest- Ing. Kveryone interested In knowing more about the soybean industry is Invited to attend. Wallace SmitHi, scout leader, and and Testament of said deceased. two of his scouts were present at Dated at Algona, Iowa, January this meeting fmd talked on Boy Scout work. Wallace told of the work of the Fenton scduts. Hadley Bailey talked on "What It Means to Me to be a Scout" and Vernon Ohm gave a paper on the "Boy Scout Oath." Miss Anna Finn closed the program with two violin numbers, Meditation" «nd "Serenade." The hostesses served a two course luncheon. Mrs. Ed Welsbrod entertained the Dorcas sewing circle at her country home last Week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lester Wilsbrod and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber were guests. 28, 1638. KATHARINE, McEVOT, ALMA Hutchison neys. •k of District Court, IN, Deputy. Hutchison, Attor- 6-T Plum Creek Club Meets Wednesday Irvington: The Plum Creek Literary society will meet Wednesday, Feb. 16, with Mrs. Florence Calhoun. The program will consist of a talk by Mrs. Clara Gllbride on "Customs and Industries" and also one on "Schools and Religions" by Mrs. Lela Gardner. FENTON WOMEN STUDY 3 POINT TOPIC PROGRAM Fenton: The Fenton Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. F. P. Newel on Tuesday, February 8, with Mrs. H. C. Lindsey assisting hostess. Since this is American Speech Week, roll call was responded to by giving a new word for the vocabulary. Mrs. Anna Geronsin led a panel discussion on "Adult and Parent Education a Necessity Today.' She was assisted by Mesdames Eva Mueller, Bertha Ohm, Eva Boettcher and \V. P. Weisbrod. This week is also designated as National Defense week and Boy Scojt Week. Vtesdames Margaret Laagc and Mary Smith were the discussion eaders on National Defense and Faces Serious Charge Herman Kins, Jr., was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of driving while intoxicated, after a hearing In Mayor Carl Specht's court, last Thursday. Bond was set at $500. Hlnz was arrested In the city by Frank Green, city marshal, Tuesday ot last week. eiassifiedJVds Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4357 in District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: Your Are Hereby Notified, that an instrument of writing purport- Ing to be the last Will and Testament of 'Susie Bockes, Deceased, dated December 27, 1937, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday, the 14th day of March, 1938, is fixed for hearing, proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of tha day above mentioned all persons Interested nre hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 14, 1938. KATHERINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, Attorney. 7-9 The Algona Auction Co. We »ra fcere to nerrfl both 0»e seller and h»r<* at ow pa- rlllon In Algrona erttj Saturday. Saturday, February 19 Dont forget tre sell anything that yon hare to sell erery gat- Hi-day by the head or weight. Our place It packed with, bay- ers, and aU stock Is demanding good prices. 80 dont forget to get TOBT stock In, as yon wlU iret the best cash price. HORSES We hare listed abont the following horse* i 1 t**m of dapple grays, & and « yn. old; team of mules | bey mare, smoofli month} sorrel, coming 2 m. oldj bay mare 6 yrs. old, wfc 14601 4 yearling colts. Also expect a number of others. If yon hate any horses to sell bring them In as our market it as good as any place. CATTLB, Hare Muted three good £eavy spfl)iger v roan Shorthorn cows? roan Shorthorn bull} and expect some good young cattle. Also hare listed 8 or 10 good ewes. Don't forget—etery Saturday we will hate a repair man for all makes of separators. We also handle the complete line of Kassey-Harrls ma* chlnery. Don't forget to look this Twin Power Bow .Crop Tractor orer. Will handle 82-In. sen. and 8 14-ln. plows. Open erery day. Sale barn phone 77 or residence SF22. Start on stock at ItSO. TERMS—Cash. No property remored until settled for. C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operators and Auctioneers. *s*%v* ; v For Sale FOR SALE— 20% discount on all heaters.—Dau Garage. 7 FOR heater, with good „ and don't need it—Sam E, Mogler. Algona, Rt. 1. 23F21. "• 7* SALE—Good circulating grates. Movlnff FOR SALE—Hotpoint four-burner table top electric stove with clock. Good condition. 522 North Phillips Street. Phone 282. 7* FOR SALE—Chester White brood sows.—O. J. Rutledge, 4 miles 4 N, 3U w. of Algona. 7* FOR SALE— McCormick-Deering 10-20 tractor.— McCormick- Deerlng Store, Algona. 7 FOR SALE—Portable typewriter, Smith-Corona, Sterling model. Call 838-J, evenings. 7* FOR SALE—25 ton elfalfa baled hay.—R. H. Peter, Lone Rock. 7* FOR SALE—Used P. & O. gang plow. —McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 7 FOR SALE—1932 Plymouth coupe new tires, hot water heater.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 7 FOR SALE—Used 10 inch disc harrow. — McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 7 FOR SALE—Used regular Farm- all tractor. — McCormick-Deering BE AN INDIVIDUALIST! New Spring shades keyed to your costume and personality. "Scandal" — n coppery beige. "Tease"— a glowing warm beige. Many others to harmonize with your mood and ensemble. $1.00—others 79c to $1.35 PHOENIX HOSIERY CHRISCHILLES $7.95 to $16.50 FOR SALE—1934 Plymouth coupe, new tires, hot water heater.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 7 FOR SALE;—Used International C-l pick-up.—McCormick-Deering Store, Algon». 7 FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet sport coupe, new paint, good tires.— Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 7 FOR SALE—1934 Ford V-8, 1V4 ton, LWB truck, with grain sides and stock rack.—McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. ' 7 FOR SALE—1937 Pontiac coupe, extra clsan.—Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 7 FOR SALE:—New modern home, six rooms. Inquire Box 3, Upper Des Molnes 6 KITTENS—half grown, pretty ones, nice for pets, given to first person applying. Call 143. 6-tf* FOR SALE:—Purebred Spotted Poland brood sows, April farrow.— M. L. Barton, mile south, quarter east, LuVerne. 6-9* FOR SALE—Clover or alfalfa hay. Low prices.—Ray McWhorter, Burt 6-7» LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf FOR SALE—Garage, 12x18 ft.,— Frank Eisenbarth, 5',? miles east, 2 miles south Algona. 6-7* Lost and Found LOST—Masonic ring in Algona, finder notify phone 500 or 71. Reward. 7* STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf Wanted HUSTLER WANTED—to introduce, supply demand for Rawleigh Necessities. Sales way up this year. Good routes open nearby. Rawleigh Methods get business. No selling experience needed. We supply, Sales, Advertising literature—all you need. Profits should increase every month. Low prices; Rood vainest complete service.*— Rawleigh's, Dept. IAB-11-63, Freeport, III. 7* FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans, 4'v. no cowniission.—C. Wl Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 43-14* WANTED—We buy hide*, see us first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buy* on Algona lou and homes.—KohJhaac Bros., phone 22. 20-tf NOTICE—Every want ad in The Upper Des Moines with 3400 circulation, is picked up and carried without e*tra charge In The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of Alt'ina and Algona routes. Why be satisfied with less? Notice-of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4351 In District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom" It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Cyrus H. Blossom, Deceased, dated November 18, 1019, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuaaday. th« lajt 4*9 >aC Xarafc, 1938, ia fixed for hearing proof of •am* at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and ahow cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed a* and for the last Will Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling A. & P. PEACHES . California Canned Peach "™ Sale! 3 No. 21 cane 50c Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling DEL MONTE PEACHES 2 No 2£ cans 35c Yellow din* Halved IONA PEACHES _ _ _ _ _3 No. 2£ cans 45c RED HEART Dog Food 3 16 ot cans 25c Del Mali Cream Style White Home Corn ---- 17 ox. cans lOc Milk ____ 3 tall cans 20c Nibletstwol2ozcns26c Tomato Juice 2 for 39c Lipton's Tea Grapefruit _ ___ dox. 31c Green ------ % Ib. 2?c six* too Black _______ % Ib. 39c Oranges ...... dox. 25c Just Out! February Issue of "Woman's Day" — 2c Copy Miscellaneoua ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for reelection as supervisor of the third district on the Democratic ticket at the June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated.—Wm. Cosgrove. 7-tf SEE US for motor tune up on your cur, carburetor, ignition, starter, generator. Dau Garage. 7 DROP IN at Sumption's Tire Service when in ae«d of a used tire or tube. «-W FEBRUARY SPECIALS Week No. 3 If You Don't Think So, Look at THESE Prices Boys' Dress Shirts, fancy broad- doth, assorted and styles Men's $1 Sweat Shirt* _ _ _69c Men's Suede Cloth Shirts, gr«y or chocolate, 98c £C at _______ , ____________ OOC Men's Broadcloth Pajamas, fancy, in iniddy or Qfi/» coat styles «H>C Men's Cotton Gloves. _ pair 5c ——— - „ Boys' Winter Weight Unionsuits, 6'9c and 79c values, ^>Q now only «K7C Boys Longie Pants, 6 to 16 yrs. -1.49 50 PAIR OF MEN'S DRESS PANTS Regular $2.95, $3.50 and $3.95 grades, taken from regular stock, now 2.65 Boys' Brown Kingpin Tennis Shoes a regular 75c grade, sizes 9-13Mi and 1-6 SIX SUtTS^Size 36 only 6, These <*rejill wool worsted suits of exceptional quality ... if you wear size 36, the best buy in a lifetime is offered at only 5.00 Boys' 3 buckle AU Rubber Overshoes, for Sat- $1 AA urday only ___, 1»UU Throughout Thu Month, We Have Been Offering Value* So Outstanding that Many People Have ToW U» No Other Store But Ouw Could D* It. , Clothiers s—Reynolds (No. 4 Specials Coming Next Week)

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