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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 Mary Jane Lewis of Lakota, and Wilson Brack, Ledyard, are Wed Lakota: A beautiful candlelight wedding was solemnized at the local Presbyterian church, Sunday evening at eight o'clock, when Mary j»ne, older daughter of Frank Lewis Of Lakota and Wilson Brack, son ' at Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack of Led- yfcrd were married Jn the presence •• ttf many relatives and friends with the Refr. O. H. Frerklng officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Fern. The groom was attended by his brother, Howard. Two little cousins of the bride were the * flbwer girls and another little cousin was ring bearer. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Frank Lewis. Mrs. Frerklng played the wedding march sind was accompanist for Gertrude Wortman when she sang "I Love You" and for Miss Wortman and Irene Junkemeyer of Ledyard who ' sang "O Promise, Me" preceding the cermony and tot Miss Junkemeyer, «ho sang "I Love You Truly" following the cerefflorfy. A reception was held in the church parlors for relatives and close friends following the ceremony With about 125 attending. Mrs. Tice Brack and Mrs. Walter Miller presided at the reception table and were assisted by Mrs. Hugh Lewis and Mrs. Emma Smith. The church parlor was decorated In blue and peach colored streamers and flowers and the church in baskets of pink and white peonies and roses. Mrs. Brack has been an outstanding 4-H girl of Kossuth county and has received many honors for the same. She has been a teacher in rural schools and for the past two years has taught in the Grant Consolidated school. The young people left Sunday evening for a two weeks trip and will be at home at Ledyard about July 1st., where the groom Is In the merchandise business with his father. Swea City Pastor GoestoM-City Swca City: Rev. Russell E. Pope has resigned his pastorate of the Open Bible Tabernacle here to accept a similar position in Mason City. He, his wife and three children will move there this week. The local congregation has not yet secured another pastor, but will have a number of guest speakers, including Rev. M. B. Bivans pastor over station KATE. Albert Lea, Minn., and two returned missionaries. Rev. and Mrs. Warren Anderson, from Burma. LAND OWNERS ATTENTION I have a large list of good tenant farmers with complete statements on file, who want to rent farms for 1939. If your farm is for rent come and see me, I will do what I can In selecting, from this list, a good tenant for you. This service Is free. EDWARD CAPESIUS Heise Bldg. Algona, la. Phone 390 Used Cars '37 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan '37 Plymouth Deluxe Tudor '32 Chevrolet Coach '29 Ford Sedan '29 Chevrolet Coupe '30 Chevrolet Coach '33 V-8 Ford Coach Hoenk Motor Co. West of Court Ilmise Mrs. Chas. Potter Hostess June 8th For Cresco Club Mrs. Charles Potter of South Cresco was hostess to the Mothers and Daughters Club, Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-one members were present. Guests were Mrs. Hubert Schoby and daughters, Harriet and Tola, of Hobarton, Misses Berniece Burlingame and Mary Cruikshank of Algona. Mesdames E. C. Potter, D. S. Wildin, Gordon Wooster and Will Runchey. Roll call was In charge of Misses Alice Sparks and Maxine Robinson. On the program were two piano solos by Lois Sparks; two vocal solos "Rose of Trylein" and "Good Night, Little Girl of my Dreams" by Mrs. G. Wooster, with Mrs. D. Wildin. p.companist: two tap dances each by Harriet and loin Schoby, Mrs. Wildin at the piano: a skit "Poor Gramma" by Mesdames M. L. Dutton and W. L."Martin. The next meeting is to be with Mrs. B. H. Potter. Algona, June 22. Misses Jean Clayton and Myrna Zeigler. being the program committee. Everett Bexell is Gustavus Graduate Swea City: Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bexell, was graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, Minn., on Jun« 5. He has been active in missionary work and vocal music. He expects to enter Augustana Theological seminary at Rock Island, 111., next fall and continue his preparation for the Lutheran ministry. Everett filled the pulpit at the Immanuel church here several times last summer. Honor St. Joe Girl At Shower, Sunday St. Joe: A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was giyen in honor of Marie Fisch Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's Hall. The bride-to-be receive* many pretty and useful gifts. The afternoon was spent at playing cards and socially. Mrs. John Altman received high prize in bridge and Mrs. Paul Thll- ges received high prize in five hundred. Mrs. Herman Plathc was awarded door prize. A delicious lunch was served to 200 guests. Daughter at Gales Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gales are the parents of a girl born Sunday, Juno Sth. The infant was baptized Kathryn Ann last Monday by Father Theobald. Sponsors were Margaret Gales and Clarence Marso. The Gales now have a family of two girls and two boys. Susan Naber spent the past week with relatives at Dell Rapids, S. D. Rev. Father Theobald attended a retreat at Sioux City the past week. Adolph Kass returned last week from Texas, where he spent the past several months. John Thul accompanied Dr. R. J. Oilman, Cashier T. J. Hamn and Harry Zlgrang from Livermore to Des Molnes to the bankers' convention last week. Banns of Matrimony Banns of marriage were published for the second time-Sunday for Marie Fisch, second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fisch and Raymond Thllges oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges. The wedding will take place Juno 21st in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Mrs. Anton Becker was on the sick list the past week. Adolf Huxmeyer enjoyed a visit Sunday with relatives from Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Rita and Richard drove to £>es Molnes Monday where Richard entered the American Institute of Business. Classified Ads White Elephants \Ve have 14 men's \Va,h Suits that are not .selling fast enough to suit me. They arc Cresco Suits, -.veil tai'.- orcd and late styles. I paid Sr>.<» n suit for them and \va-i going to i-ell them at $5.95, but they arc not selling. .So gut they go at «pZ.Z/0 ,-.«;.: White, grey, any color, choice any suit $2.08. Th'r, price will move them. We also have two reversible men's raincoats. They are the very latest but for us they are white elephants. Jimmie Neville Stufflicks Hosts on Wedding Anniversary Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Stufflick of the St. Benedict neighborhood, entertained a number of fnends and relatives last Sunday evening, celebrating their 31st wedding anniversary. Children of the Stufflicks are Mrs. Geo. Rickey of I Irvington. Mrs. Leo Studer of Wesley, Charles of California. Madonna ct Algona, and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Maxine and Arnold at home. For Sale FOR SALE—36 inch, all-steep, Case threshing machine, first class cnodition, bargain price.—George Elbert Garage. 24* FOR SALE—McCormick mower in good condition.—McEnroe Bros, phone 519. 21 FARMERS—Feed Yeast-o, it will save you money. Master Liquid Medicine keps hogs healthy, prevents necro. Poultry tonic, Master- ol Roupe Medicine, radio advertised. Buy from your local dealer.— Herb Furst, 217 Elm St, tel. 689-J. 23* New CALL Sun.-Mon., June 19-20 PAKLEZ VOUS FRANCAIS?, 01. FOR SALE—Strawberries.—Mrs. Edna Harr, phone 12F11. 24* FOR SALE—Strawberries, three miles south on 169 and one mile west—Ralph Lindhorst, phone 3F11. 24* FOR SALE—I am dealing in Hudson and Terraplane cars. See the new Hudson 112. 1937 Terraplfine sedan, with radio and heater, like new.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 24* FOR SALE OR TRADE—Will trade good red roan yearling colt for good milk cow. For Sale—Purebred cocker spaniel hunting dog. one year old. Partly broke. Call this office. 24* FOR SALE—-Used F-12 tractor with cultivator. Excellent condition. Priced to sell. Very good McCormick-Deering tractor grain binder, used only three seasons. Good used hay loaders and side rakes.—McCormick-Deering Store. Algona. -4 FOR SALE—300 five weeks' old chickens. White Rock. Leghorns.-- Fny Minard, Call Street. Four blocks west of jail. 24 FOP. SALE—Reclcaned soy bean seed. Buy today from north Iowa's largest distributors.- Mullen Fc-c'J House. Corwith, Iowa. 21 WANTED-Old fashioned clothes wanted for Centennial Pageant on July Fourth. Phone 376, Mrs. D. P. Smith or see Earl Vincent, fair secretary. 24 WANTED—Plain and fancy sewing, also garment altering of all kinds.—Mrs. Mabel Wermersen, phone 490. 24* WANTED—Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. 15-tf WANTED—Sewing, quilting. By day or piece. Any kind of day work.—Nora Grover, 509 South Minnesota St. Phone 636. 24* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf CATTLE FLY SPRAY 45c gal. Coast-to-Coast Store Hurt on Mountain Armstrong: Word was received last Wednesday by Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Irwln of here that their son, Lylfe Irwln, received a fractured skull when he fell from a mwn: talnslde while mountain climbing in Colorado. Mrs. Irwln left that day to be with her son. Algona Pianist on Air Jane Cretzmeyer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Crettmeyer of Algona, will give a piano recital over station KSO, Thursday afternoon, at four fl'clock. Miss Cn-tzmeyer Is an outstanding pianist and recently was one of the high ranking pupils In the state music contest. Council Oak Store WED SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee, 24c nor noiiTid — — Heinz Pork & Beans, 18 oz. can _ Sandwich Spread, 5^/L oz can -— _10c 7c Pineapple crushed, 7« 8 oz can ___— Spaghetti, r»or ran — — — — — Sweet Pickles, Oxydol, Dreft, lovrrp llOX — — — — — Potatoes, new, nnv TlPfk Cookies, fancy 2 pounds — — — • Side Pork, fresll t per pound 7c 8c 21c 21c 44c MlV^W 4Hc Pork Liver, fres 1 1 !/« per pound »»/* Neck Bones, per pound »•- 4c STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf ENLARGEMENT FREE Films developed and printed for 20c anJ one free enlargement. Nine i>U:ture.; for 30c.—Lusby's. 14-34 FOR SALE-Alfalfa. Want bid* on 14 acres, (irst crop.—Carl Hir- chins, Algona. 21' fOff Sunday June If) Special Values For Thursday, Friday and Saturday We Imiitrlit an cxci-jitiniutl tim- l"t uf lin-jaia and Santos lilcnd (.'oi'tVe. 1 Ib. pkg. 19c 3 Ib. pkg. 51 c 2 pkgs. Kellogg's Corn Flakes, and one pkg. Wheat Flakes for 25c Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Kraut, String Beans or Pumpkin 3 cans 25c P. & G. Soap 5 large bars 20c Balloon Soap Flakes 4% Ibs. 33c Flour, Mothers Best 49 Ib. bag $1.69 Flour, Fireplace 49 Ib. bag $1.39 Now is, '.he tiiiK- t,j l<uy Strawherrii-.-, fur i;•ninny. Leave your order and we will piiunj you i<ii>'.-s. dm' line i.-, ('unipli-te in Full of Fruit No. 10 Camud Fruits. SPECIAL IN MEATS Corn I'Vd liuliy Beef STEAKS, all cuts Ib. 30c BOILING BEEF 2 Ibs. 25c BOAST BEEF Ib. 18c to 22c Full Line of <.'»>ld Meats i'..r i'imirs Sorensen Grocery Co RUDYVAtLEE ROSEMARY LANE HUGH HERBERT. 'ALLEN JENKINS • '®*r\ • LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car AITOMOBILE OWNERS ATTENTION Safe driver rewards—our policy holders always save from 20 to 30'' - Coast to Coast claim service non- I restricted — standard coverage*, tiny Standard Protection at lowest i-os't.-Algima Insurance Agency. C. P.. I.'iliarre. IS-tf FOK HALK A jMi-neUt-r gaM>hr.,- and motor oil that hpell.i mileage <'.iroll Johnson 1'mnond I'-X Oil .station. -I o We Deliver 3 w*M>^&x)aa>fi^^ \\lr*'' , ; «k {&. DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a uted tire or tube. 6-tf Wanted •A* i»*V. . ik. ur. V""V. .*„.»« C< i " „ frit .££— t- | MAX WAN'TEI) to handle diM i button of famous Watkin* 1'rodii' is in Algcnu. .selling; and servings hundreds of .satisfied tu.storners. Excel lent opportunity for right party. N investment. Write J. R. Watkini Company. D9'J. Wmona, Minnesota. 21* ~WANT TO RENT—Hay ground. —Harold Curran, phone 6F31, Lu- Verne. 21 (live him something in the \v;iy of smoker's supplies and ymi will fjive him a gift lie- will appreciate and use. Everything has been carefully selected and priced. , CIGARETTES,' per carton CIGARS in popular brands n.60 i.OO-2.50 SHAVING SETS ill olllv ,._ TOP HAT SHAVING SETS .-1 »!•(•! ill . ,-- 79c-3.00 $ 2.49 sS *tv** .*•*, <•>»' ,»e»». Th«' ,).»" ,.r> th«! GLORIA DICKSON MEIVU1ECOOPU | MABEL TOOO FRITZ FELO plus Walt Uiuiey Frolic 1—Quintuple U 4—UoiuUd Ostrich 3— Mickey'k Trailer in technicolor WANTED- -Boy with farm experience who can help rnilk. Wages 50c per day -Howard Witharn, Algona. 24 Billfolds 49c-$2.50 Father's Day Cards ._ 5c-50c K. D. JAMES THE HKXALL STOKE Our New SKELGAS Department is Now Complete We are ready to give you quick, efficient service on gas delivery and at the same old price of $8.95 Use Only Genuine Skelgas with Slcelgas Equipment for Best Results. j i Mr. Ewert is with us devoting his full time to^ SKELGAS, and it is our earnest desire to givo you a quick and efficient service. WHY TAKE CHANCES ON GAB YOU DO NOT KNOW AT A PEW CENTS LESS? Call 852 fpr SKELOAS SERVICE Richardson's Furniture Company West of Court House llr HI THE CHRISCHILLES STORE r> S PICTURE YOURSELF IN ONE OF THESE Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, b.s. In District Court. No. MM, March Term. ]!<.';». To All Whom It May Concern. Von An- Hereby Notified. That an ii^lruiiient c,f writing purporting to be the la:',l Will ami Testament i f Walter Fra:.cr. Deceased. daUd July 1. I'j2!). and codicil attached thereto dated May 10. It).')*, having been this day hied, opened and read, Monday the 27th day of June, 193S, i.i tixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Hou.^e in Algona. low.*, before the District Court of auid cuunly. or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock u. in., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby noliJitd 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 arid Testament of said deceased. Dated ut Algona, Iowa, May 26, IMS. KATHAKINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA FEAKSON, Deputy. Sullivan, Mk.Mu.bon Linnun, attorneys. 22-2* The Algona Auction Co. We are here to nerve both the wllcr and buyer at our pavilion in AJgona every Saturday. Saturday, June If! IJou't forget that we iiiuidle the Belie City and Woodu Broil. Thrcshcrr. Have some good ui>«d nuu'hlne*, iiicludinK 32 inch (,.».. >H inch iit-d Kivrr kueciul, aUo expect to have noine good on.» in tliU »c<-k, i>o don't forget to look u» up an we kell them a* last a* we get them. AUo have :«-S8 McCorinlck-Deeriiig, Twin < ity H-28, and handle all kind ol threnher betting and la tliu Saturday'* Sale we w1U have tot oue party toute rulvek and youiig block and houkehoUl good*, about 100 teu inch UK— thik to cloke up an ektote. Bring wtat you h»ve to keli. Open Every Day. bale Barn phone 11 Start on stock at 1:80 TKKMS—Ca*h. No property removed until *ettted (or. C. O. RIDDLE <*•*»«<* -»***«»•« I KUdto, Ctork VEi •CAM C1BL tied Swiss •y* fAHCV 'pun Jiayon »7

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