The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 5, 1938
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MARJORIESTRILEY, WESLEY, BRIDE OFFLOYDJERGENSOFKANAWHA To Locate on Farm at Kanawha; Bride Graduate of Music Course Wesley: Miss Marjorle Striley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Striley and Floyd W. Jergens of Kanawha. were married Thursday. March l?th. in a double ring ceremony at the Lutheran parsonug in Mason City by the Rev. Ma! They were attended by Miss AI i'lna Oppfdal of Wesley and Arth ur Neohrlng; of Britt. The bride is a graduate of the Wesley high school, the Britt junior college and a graduate of the music course given by the Sisters of St. Francis in Wesleyi Mr. Jefgens graduated from the Kan- nwha high school. They will mnke their home on the Jergens farm located three miles northwest of Kanawha. Their wedding dinner was given them as n courtesy by the bridegroom's cOiisttt, Ted Lund.s- man at Ma*on City, nt the Lunds- man home.' 65 Welcome Seabergn Mr. and Mrs. George were honored at a surprise pirty Tuesday night at their home northwest of town when 65 friends nml relatives rnme in to give them a hearty welcome to the community. They recently rame to Wesley from Clarke, South Dakota, make their home on his uncl Peter Seaberg's farm. A program was enjoyed during the evenln followed by the serving of lunc brought by the self-invited guests CALL 2SO WITH NEWS; NOTE ON FREE Local nnd society news l» appreciated by this newspaper. Frrqtirnt calling is sometimes necessary to get such news. If you have items for local or society columns, we welcome having yon cnll our number, 280. We have no objection to printing dates of church nnppers, bazaars, etc., ahead of time, hut when they arrli-e, we also feel that any pnld advertising of menu, etc., should go in either the paper or The Saturday Sh'op- pcr. Your cooperation will enable us to continue to print preliminary dates nnd other publicity material of that nature. { The Algona Upper Pea Molttes. Algona, Iowa. April 6.1038 In TAe WEEK'S NEW! _ CURRENT KTENTS PHOTOGRAPHED POK The Upper Des Homes The L. A. Ternes family v/cre quarantined for scarlet fever on Thursday morning, one of the smaller boys being sick with the disease. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom McMahon arc the parents of a five pound daughter born to them at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday morning. The little one has been nnmed Patricia Ann, and is the first child of the McMahons. .Airs. Dawson Hostess Mrs Arlo Dawson Is hostess t the members of the four circles o the Methodist Aid this week Wc«l nesdny. March 30. at n silver ten The four circles have all been nnmed with Mrs. Dawson's grr-ui beiii'T known ns the Stitrh nnd f!int circV; jf>-=. AMnVh's. the Good Will ri 'r ' " ''"h'-her's frroup, t!ic Wi" MT V'o:-l-r..-.: : p, v l Mrs. John Mri'i'V--. t''" Know Your Neighbor grr.nn Mr.;. O'iver Younj*. 'Mrs. Pan! Enn' and Mrs. F. >*nsh were hostesses to the first two named circles at a tea Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom ••nfoved n visit from their grandson Howard Engstrom last week. Miss Anna Johnson returned to her teaching duties in Boone Wednesday, following a half week's vacation with relatives In and about Wesley. A soil conservation meeting is scheduled to be held at the Wesley Legion hall Thursday night, March 3 '» t - William Frimml Is chairman of the local area. Mrs. John Mulllns and daughters attended a Mother-Daughter bun- quet at the Methodist church in Corwlth Thursday night were laid for 160 person*. Plates Diocese Declam Finals, Thursday Thursday evening. April 7, at 8 o'clock, finals in the state diocesan declamatory contest will be held at the local academy. Schools competing are: Ashton, Algona, Carroll, Cherokee. Early nnd Whittemore. Rev. C. Ivis. diocesan director of schools, will be present to announce the decision of the judges. The. Very Right Reverend Edmund Heelan. bishop of the Sioux City diooese. will be present to confer the honors ind preseit trophies to j Ihe winners in earn division. The public is cordially invited to }e present on Thursday evening. Your presence will be an encour- iRement tn the young speakers. Rebuild Phone Line Irvinuton: Hugh Raney and Fred eigel were busy last Saturday re- uildinp part of the telephone line \*o. 15 east from the John Schultz lome to the old Wester place now wned by the Henry Schankenberj? amily. As soon as the line Is com- eted. they will be added 1.t new latrons to the line. Congregational Church Oeo, C. Vance, pastor , »^_ There will be evening 'services each night this week except Saturday, starting at 7:30 p. m. The theme of our thinking will be "Discipleship." Every member of the church, as well as our friend*, are invited to these Lenten service**. POLISH THRONGS CALL FOR WAR—Vilna. Poland—A section of the crowd which attended n huge mass meeting in the main square here last week shouting for the invasion of Lithuania. The mass meeting, which was engineered by the Pilsud- ski Legionaires and the club of Poles living in tho Kovno district of Lithuania, passed a resolution de- manding "elimination of Lithuania," which was handed to Marshal Edward Smigly-Rydz, inspector general of the army and Poland's leader. The banner at the right in this picture reads, "Marshal, lead us on to Kovno." This picture was telephoned from Warsaw to London and radioed to New York Today, it looks as though the warlike temper of Poland has subsided, however. Loretta Wilson of Algona, Elaine Wilson of LuVcrne and Avis Wil- j son of Fenton spent Sunday with TKICK WRECKS BRIDGE-Thorntown. Indian-One hundred foot span bridge over historic Sugar Creek on Road 47 nt Thorntown crushed and tumbled into the creek last week when a large stock truck driven by Jesse Wetherald of Thorntown skidded in ram and crashed into a corner support. Classified Ads „_ _ ....»>• »£>«.* ii, t->uiiuciy WILD their mother, Mrs. John Wilson of For Sale I WILL sell four registered bulls, milking Shorthorn type, one year old. at the Colwell sale Friday.— M. T. McGulre. Algona. 14 • FOR SALE—Young purebred Guernsey bull, Ben Gould. serviceable age.- 14' FOR SALE—Twelve head 600-lb. tattle.—John Long, Jr., Burt. 14* 1'Olt SALE -Electric fence Cu.irantt i .1 live years, reasonably priced. Charles Scott. Hurt. 13-14' FOR KALE "M Standard Plymouth coach, linen k Motor Co west of Court Houst-. 14 I AM a republican candidate for county treasurer at the June primaries. Your support will be appreciated.—Fred S. Geigel, Irvington, Iowa. , 14-15* MEET DE CORREVONT GOLFER—From the gridiron to the links! Bill De Correvont, famous Chicago prep football star, has taken up golf seriously. Here he is getting his first lesson from Mel Smith, well- known pro of French Lick Springs, Indiana, who calls the youth a "natural golfer." De Correvont has entered the seventh annual midwest Amateur Golf tournriment The pedestrian ii still the cause of numerous traffic death*. In 1937 almost fifty per cent of the people Injured or Killed in accidents Involving automobiles were pedestrians, tttatij of these accidents were cao«ed fcy people walk- Ing on the wrong (right-hand) tide of the road 1« rural communities. This does oeeur |ft gpite of the great number of bulletins, warlrgs, and splendid newspaper editorials which have appeared on the subject. Every school, community, club and civic organisation ought to stress continually the importance of pedestrians' obeying traffic rules and regulations. Walk with the semaphore lights. Do not cross In the middle of a block. Do not Jay walk. If you must walk on highways or rural roads, walk on the left side of the road, facing the on-coming cars. These and many other warnings should be obeyed by all pedestrians. Stop! Look! Listen! Live longer. Now that warm weather is ap- •roachlng, the number of bicycles n the streets will increase. Because. Mcycle accident* have become quite serious recently, a ilanned safety program is essen- ial. City bike ordinances should e strictly enforced. A few important rules bike riders lould obey are: 1. Give hand signals before stop- ing or turning. 2. Keep close to the curb, on the ght side of the road. 3. Equip ..your bicycle with a 'rent white light and a rear reflecting red light. 4. Ride with both hands on the handlebars and never carry other passengers on your bike. j 5. Obey all traffic laws and regulations. New Blacksmith At Liverniore Llvermore: The Mcl*h6rson blacksmith shop, which hft* been closed for some time, because of Mr. McPherson taking over ' the duties of city marshal and electric- Irfn hat been opened with a new 1 manager In charge. Mr. McPherson has secured the services of A. M. Smith, .who comes., from Fairfleld. Mr. Smith expects to movo his family here as soon as a suitable- house Is obtainable. SIRS. LARSON ON THE AH* Mrs. Ida Larson, postmistress at Swea City, whose picture appeared in the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Monday, had charge of the North Iowa Forum program Monday night and made a short address telling of the plans for the postmasters' convention program to be field in Mason City April 8. Mrs. Larson is Iowa vice president of the National League of District Postmasters, and will have charge of :he Mason City convention. Mrs. Larson is a live wire and is always n the front ranks of things she may be interested in. ANNOUNCEMENT will be a candidate for the republican nomination for Clerk of i Court of Kossuth county, in the forthcoming primary. Your *,up- port will be appreciated.—F. L. Thorpe. j 4 .j 5 FARM LOANS-Ten year farm loans. 4'4. no commission.—C. W Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 43-14* For? KALE Nice team of youn?. chunky farm marcs Three anil four years old. -McCormick-Deering Store. Algona. i, FOR SALE Two brooder houses. One 10x12'. One 10x10'. $85 each. Two Jumeswny coal brooder stoves In Hood condition. $12 cash 25-20 riCe. Phone 20F13. -Mrs. Jake Winki-l. « GARDEN* SEEDS—Most wanted vegetable varieties, both bulk and packet. Also see us for field seeds, all kinds.—Algona Flour & F «<I Co. 12-13-14 ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for Supervisor from the fourth district, Kossuth county. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.—Julius W. Bollig. 12-14* FOR SALE Rebuilt Underwood -standard, $.T7.r,0; rebuilt Remington «-'7..V); ii>cd Remington. $25: also, me ,,,.,,, new Underwood and Corona-Smith primary . Moine An At tilt •al Kraduation Algona Upper De ; 14" ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Bup- ervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the Juna Your support and vot-3 will he- greatly appreciated. OruikshanU. -A. R. 12-19* FOR SALE Straw. See Victor Johnson. Algona. Phone 543-W. 13-14' I KNLAKliKMEN'I I-'REK Kiln,, .-vclopfcii and printed for .'ioc an I one free enlargement, .Vine picture fm- .".'». Lusby'v M . 2 ., ANNOI.'NCKMK.NT am a candidate for reelection as .supervisor of the third district on the rJemorratic ticket at the June primaries. Your support and vote will he appreciated.-- \Vm f 7 . tf Mawdsley Buys Horse Irvlngton: Last Friday Edward Mawdsley purchased a fine ped- ierecd Percheron stallion weighing 2200 pounds. Mr. Mawdsley now has a herd of twelve thoroughbreds. The new horse will be known as "Blue Eagle." Pined $10, Costs L. F. Behounek, Livermore, wa.i fined J10 and costs on a charge of operating a motor truck without a chauffeur's license, in the court of Justice P. A. Dnnson, Monday Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4370 in District Court, March 'erm. 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament cf Edward Marlow. Deceased dated March 15. 1934, having been this day filed, open and read. Monday, the 18th Oay of April, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona. Icwa. before the District Court of said County, or the CJ«rt of mid Court: and at ten o'clock «. IB., of the day- above mentioned all persons Interested are 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, March 15, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PE3ARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, attorneys. 12-13-11 .STOP AT .Sampson's Tire Ser- | vice and look over their lug grip I now and mud. 6-tf i tin « for j LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county .supervisor from the .second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated. W. E. McDonald, g DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Str- vice when in need of a ustd tire or tube. 6 . tf Over hill, and over ilali motors roil: D-X j;as. and Diamond oil you tn your goal. .See Carroll Johnson. POLITICAL ANNOl'NCKMENT I will bt a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support ar/J help will be appreciated.--John r. g For Rent STILL HAVK inv soirei ro.ui".-, yr old rexiMered Belgian stallion A telephone rail bring him to your b.-irn. H M Colweli. \VA.\THI) Wanted Kxperienred KM I I'hone 2oh. MA.: WANTED For Kawle^t) -- i,f hoo families. Write today. vleiKh's. Dept. JAD-11-SA Frccpoci, I!l j. Lusby's Drug Store WANTED Your dead stock-prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Alvjoria. We pay all phone calls.— Algeria Rendering Co. 11-tf WANTED -We buy hides, see us tirst. Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf Miscellaneous PAINTS SHOI"! INC. (;UTTER WORK 1 turu.-ivi- icsistant material for ' uiui.-,. heavy guage for spouting. Saves, you money. Phone Guu. HoHzbuutr, plumbing and heatin«. ' Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, , KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. I in District Court, No. 4375, March 14 i Term. I'j.'JS. " I 'i'o Ail Whom It May Concern: j You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purport ii>K to be the last Will and Ttsi- •imciu of M. J. Jones. Deceased, dated April 21, I'j.'J.'i. having been this, day filed, opened and rt-ad. Monday the 25th day of Ann' IMS, is fixed for hearing proof of s-ame al the Court House in Algon;.. li wit, before the District C'ourt ;il .said county, or the Clerk of s, ml Court; and at nine o'clock a m, of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby noline.l and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be. probated nnd allowed as and for the last Will und Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 25 mis. KATHARINE Me EVOY. Clerk of District Couil ALMA PEARSON. Deputy -Sullivan. McMuhon & Unnun attorneys. 13-14-15 Miss Ardellfl HsUversoji of Fair- rnont. and Curtis Hulverson and Arnold Lojrnere of Blue Earth, visited Sunday at the Curl Hulvernon home. Clean Fresh New Easter Merchandise at your^Jd reliable The Chrischilles Store You'll appreciate the new, dean, »parklinir merchaodioo which i* arriving daily at The Chrivchilltw Stow. You Hill appreciate the reputation of till* 0* year old »tore— dependable Koodn w>ld at hon*»t price*. Chrischillen •*»• TWWMf GOSS-AMOUR*... is the Answer to the Maiden's (and the Matron's) Prayer. Goss'Amour* The gossamer silk covered elastic NET, makes the entire back of this clever step-in, and satin fashions a firm front pane!. Model ja6y sells at an $2 50 unheard of low at... J The double net "Sta-Lo" bra is model 404 Its backless! Chrischllles Store IfiYou Want BARGAINS try the ANNEX The ANNEX is offering this week, the greatest array of values ever put on sale at this little bargain store. COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES We have taken about 25 good coats and toppers to the ANNEX from the Main store — some new, some from last season but representing wonderful bargains. Toppers at $7.95 and some full length coats in grey, blue and tan from 83.00 to $10. SWAGGER SUITS— wear the jacket for an extra coat and you have the skirt for practically nothing. These suits once sold for as high as $30.00. but you can Buy them for as low as $10.00. All sizes, including large ones to 42. EXTRA SPECIAL— Any silk dress In the ANNEX (formals and maternity dresses exceptedl for only $3.89 This Is the biggest dress-news of the season as this includes some of our best sellers. Print* and plain colors, many with jackets, new materials, new colors, new styles. Sizes 12 to 44. Your unrestricted choice only ........................ ; ........ . BUT AT THE ANNEX AND SAVE Dependable merchandise, clean and fresh and cheap. a.oo a chance to acquire a slip wardrobe for very U«l*. Whit*, for nummtr ... and all in that popular "Bryn Mawr" cut p»UnUd by Barbiwm Ft "!L5° r * alternating bin* that flu beautifully. Taitor*4 to that- qtaetel B*rbbcon way of lovely Satin Seraphim, a «llk and Btmberg rayon of f"|^f* lttty - N "«» *• «W that tW. U on. 0 | tb» MK aiip value* w« nave «v«r been able to Offer? Chrltel Store

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