The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1938 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Pes Moinas, Algonai Iowa, May 17,1938 National lee Cream Week M.y 15-21 Ice Cream is King of Foods Make Ice Cream Part of Your Meals Ice Cream rounds out your dietary balance SPECIAL THIS WEEK Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream Be Happy—Enjoy Behlmer's Home Made Ice Cream Every Day The Algonquin FREEMAN FW.MnTAGS,WED60YEARS,ARE HONORED AT LOTTS CREEK, MAY 9 Letts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mittag were taken by surprise on Monday evening, May 9, it being their 60th wedding anniversary. Those who came to help celebrate were 3 Rev. and Mrs. Fiene and daughter, Margaret, Prof, and Mrs. Schmlel and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. EM Grelnert, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mittag and children, Marjorle and Robert, Mrs. Anna Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klatt, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Verdell and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klatt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klatt and daughter, Evelyn and Vedalla, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and son, Jas., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mar- Ian and Caroline, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag and sons. Erwin, Ferdinand and Everett and Relnhard Wetzel. Fiom Clyman, Wis.: Mrs. Fred Klatt and son, Donald, Mrs. Herbert Stueber, John Bartz and Frank Klatt. From Watertown, Wis.: Mrs. Mary Grosnlck, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Nuenberg and daughter, Norma. noon visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home. Emil Braatz of Whittemore did sor.e cement work on the Robert Liesner place near Lotts Creek recently. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Blerstedt of Fenton and Mrs. Art Jackman, and Phyllis and Grace were Monday evening visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home to help Wm. Faulstich celebrated his sixth birthday. Hiw Leifhf Skei Tikit City By Slum • Caiual Collegiate SmirtnMi • Crushable, •pineleM "upper* I Flexible, long-lived, leather bottoms I Comfortable a* a home alipptr I No counter, no box toe, no lining I Light as a moccaiin i An eaiy litter See our now Trcmps—for men "on the loose Severe! £?; Icr. AH Sizes. HUB Clothiers "The Clothing Comer of North Iowa" bnruiouqK tka UlonA QcU Mr. and Mrs. August Gade of West Bend were Thursday after- JOSEPHINE FANDEL, WHITTEMORE, BRIDE OF PAUL RINK, THURSDAY 1RV1NGTONBOY IN STRAWBERRY BIZ FOR KEEPS Irvlngton: Russell Hutchlns. the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, has been somewhat busy the last few days as he has decided to enter the strawberry business, and may become Irvlngton's strawberry king. Russell has secured an acre of ground from his father and has set out six thousand plants. It has been many years since any one in this community has entered this business so exclusively. Whlttemore: Thursday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church at! eight o'clock, a very pretty wedding took place in which Miss Josephine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph fandel of here became the bride of Paul Rink, son of John Rink of near Rodman. Father Wm. Velt performed the ceremony In the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The bridesmaid was Miss Gervp.se Fandel, sister of the bride. The groom was attended by his nephew, Raymond Montag of West Bend. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride was born and raised In this community and attended school at Presentation Academy here, graduating with the class of 1937. The groom Is a graduate of the West Bend high school with the class of 1932. They will make their home on a farm near Rodman recently purchased by Mr. Rink's father. Classified Ads Stork at Brnhns Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn ol Fairvllle are parents of a nine pound girl, Alice May, born Wednesday. They have two other child- ran, a boy and girl. Mrs. Bruhn was formerly D6H0, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G«o. Meyer of this place. C. L. Cavanaugh of here attended a druggists' convention at Spencer Thursday everting. Mr. and Mrt. Will Oliver, Mrs. Ray Oliver and Mr*. John Uhlenhake all of her*, visited at the Russ Saunders home at Britt, Thursday. Peter Elbert, who spent most of the winter In Lo» Angeles, Calif., returned home with his son, Louis and wife of Pocahontas, who had spent the past month there. John Melne, ton Frank, Mrs. George HaACk and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth drove to Rochester, Minn., Friday, where John Melne will go through the Mayo clinic. Frank SchatUchnelder and Cur tls Shetdler attended a paint meet- Ing at Mason City Friday. The Polrot & Schatschnelder garage Is now equipped to do body and fender work and paint jobs. The Ladies' Aid of Str. Paul': Lutheran congregation held its monthly meeting and luncheon in the school hall Thursday afternoon Hostesses were Mesdames Harry Helmke, Art Heidenwlth, P. L Jessen and Henry Lauck. «••••• mmmmm~ — — • \ Colwell Livestock AUCTION Fair Grounds Algona, Iowa Friday, May 20,1938 to a good sale here Friday. not been on grass Oils spring. Some Brood Sows and possibly a few horses. Have calta for feeding pigs, good cows that can be recommended for milch cows* Bring In what you have to spare ing them, and paying the price. Buyers here for lots more than we have to sell. 400 split cedar posta from Missouri. TERMS—Cash. Settlement* promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa State Bank, Clerk H. M. Colwell, Mgr. For Sale FOR SALE—Used 2-row Farmall cultivator. — McCormick-Deerinj? Store. 20 row. Cheap.—McCormick-Deering Store. 20 FOR SALE—Good team of mules, wt. 3400.—R. C. Bauer, Wesley, la. 19-20* FOR SALE—1938 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan. Color Black with white sidewall tires, Philco radio. Stewart-Warner gas heater, run 1100 miles. Liberal discount for quick sale. Inquire Stewart Super Service. 302 East State. Phone 79S. FOR SALE—Very good F-20 Farmall tractor.—McCormick-Deering Store. 20* FOR SALE—Woodmanse windmill, three-post 60 ft. tower. Complete with eight foot self oiled motor. First check for $60 buys it— H. L. Walsh, Lone Rock. 20* FOR SALE—Good, level, unimproved 160 acres. One n ith miles northeast of Bode. Iowa.—A R. Williams, 202 Sncll Bldg., Fort Dodge. Iowa. 20* FOR SALE—Good used McCormick-Deering 102 corn planter.—McCormick-Deering Store. 20 NEW SPOUTING—We use extra heavy rust-resisting metal plus expert workmanship. See us for information, estimates. Phone 83— Holtzbauer Plumbing & Heating. 20 FOR SALE—Improved Kossuth Reliance corn, $2.25 per bushel and down.—Arthur L. Look, LuVerne, Iowa. 18-19-20 FOR SALE—Used 10 ft. disc har- STYLE WITH GOOD TASTE.... THERE ARE STYLES AND STYLES IN MEN'S CLOTHES AT THE HUB • They are not only new an J smart, but they are becoming and always in the best of taste. • We accept responsibility for our customers' appear. . . and allow no odd or eccentric garments in our store. We Carry Large, Complete Selections of New Models and Fabrics This Season's Featured "Firsts" Include Drapes, Double-Breasteds and New Sport Backs $ 22.50 FOR SALE—Used McCormick- Dcering 2-row horse drawn cultivator.—McCormick-Deering Store. 20 FOR SALE—Team good farm mares.McCormick-Deering store. 20 FOR SALE—1934 Ford truck with grain box. L. W. B. —McCormick- Deering Store. 20 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTENTION Safe driver rewards—our policy holders always save from 20 to 309? —Coast to Coast claim service non- restricted — standard coverages. Buy Standard Protection at lowest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. LaBarre. 18-tf ENLARGEMENT FREE—Films developed and printed fov 80o and one free enlargement Nine pictures for 30c.—Lusby*s. 14-34 STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service, fl-tf For Rent FOR RENT—Modern 4-room furnished apartment with electric refrigerator and stove, available June 1. Adults only.—G. E>. Shumway. 20 For Your Car Foxy Grandpa, a wise old gent, Says D-X gas is heaven sent; Take a tip this very day. See Carroll Johnson without delay. . 20 DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or ! tube. 6-« Wanted WANTED — Secretarial work Machine operator. Experien-ei graduate A1H. fits Moiri':.'-. Writt Box P. Fenton. 20 WANTKI) Auto loans, rcfinnnc- iii'_'. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay ail phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf A Special Group These New Spring Suits Are Outstanding . . . D. B. Sports of Worsteds, at 14.85 The HUB CLOTHIERS The i\Va l.elllhold- -Wiliiam.V— WANTED—We buy hides, see ua first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf NOTICE -Routing the black Mammoth Jack- Duke No. 20D3 • formerly owned by C. L. Blank of Kiinawhai. A proven breeder, sires heavy bone mules with quality, many of them sorrels. —(Everett Faith. Phone 653. Algona. 19-20 ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy for supervisor in the Third district on the Republican ticket. H. J. PRESTHUS 20-22 ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself as •i ; candidate for supervisor of the sec! (,jnl district in the June primary j on the demm rtmr ticket. Your support will be appreciated. —Fre> (.'. Beermanii. 19-2i I WISH TO ANNOUNCE my can dulacy for the republican nomination for Mipt-i vihor of the Second ilislricl in the June primaries. rUude A. Smnsou. 16-22" ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Supervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the June primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.--A. R. C'ruikshunU. 12-m* ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection us county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated. W. E. McDonald. 8-tf FOLiTiCAiT "ANNOUNCEMENT I will bu u candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support and help will be appreciated. -John Fruser. *-tf A Sensational and Unexpected TWO-FOR-ONE SALE The Chrischilles Store • Fri. - Sat. Three Days - Thurs. MAY 19-20-21 Over 35O Choice Coats, Suits and Dresses to Choose From We had not planned on staging a TWO-FOR-ONE SALE this Spring, but at the last moment, we have decided to make » clean .weep and are putting the event on fully two- weeks earlier than usual. This is not an ordinary sale—it is a slaughter of high grade Coats, Suits and Dresses—garments which represent our REGULAR STOCK and which are not imported especially for a sale. You may buy with confidence. Buy One Garment - Get Another Absolutely Free How It Works The Two for One Sale is so simple that anyone can understand it. There are no strings or red tape—you simply select ONE GARMENT AND THEN GET AETHER GARMENT FREE. It is simplicity itself—the original ticket is on every garment—there is no chance of getting cheated. Why It Works The Two for One Sale works because it has been successful for over 30 years —because it is absolutely honest—because you KNOW just what you are getting and because the traditions of this store are of such a high order that we would not sacrifice them for anything. You Must Buy Two Garments Ii You Only Need One Garment It is necessary that you buy TWO garments so if you need only one, bring in a friend or a neighbor to take the other one and then divide the cost. The success of this sale depends on selling TWO garments at one time, (that is why we can do it so early in the season)—and we must insist that you come PREPARED to buy TWO garments. Coats There arc about 100 choice coats in the sale. There will be no Boucle Tweeds. All other coats are included, including fur trimmed coats, topjici-s, dress coats and .-port items in all sizes from 12 in 44. Colors, frrey, tan. Mack, navy and mixtures. Suits Both swagger and tailored suits arc included but our suit stock is low and we advise you to hurry. We have sizes from 12 to 44 in both types of suits and almost all colors, including navy, black, oxford, brown, tan and light grey—as well as some tweeds Dresses There are No Summer Dress es in this sale but every early Spring dress is in the sale. This means mostly dark colors—navy, black, brown and heavier materials. Please do not ask us to include New Stock as this is a clearance sale—not a promotion. FREE This is a TWO FOE ONE SALE and you get a garment FBEE with every one you buy. The extra garment doesn't cost lc or }UK> but it is ABSOLUTELY FREE. It is different from any other sale of its kind. FREE In All the World • No Sale Like This

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