The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1938
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The Algona tTpfrer Pea Moittes, Afena> lowtt, diet. iS» 1938 IN AUTO CRASH Ferttahd: Harm Buckholdt and Albert Bunkofske were In a car collision last week when they met on «t graded road 1ft this vicinity. The men escaped Injury but considerable c*f damage was done. The Bunkof- «ke fear was the most badly damag- Livef more Family Out of Quarantine Lhrermore: After several weeks of benlg quarantined to their home, the Norman Scott family have been released. Cecil, their son, who had infantile paralysis, has sufficiently recovered to be back at his studies. The two younger children have returned to school, and Mr. Scott has resumed his work at the Logue service station, while Mrs. Scott is again on eluty at the local telephone office. No flew' cases have been reported. Boy Breaks Finger ; IJuVernej Robert, the ten year Ad' sort of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, fell down a stairs and broke one of his fingers last week ftonday. Fenton Team Loses Final Ball Game Fenton: Fenton lost the last game of the season to Cylinder or. the Cylinder diamond, Friday, Oct. 14, bj a score of 4 to 0. This makes the season's record 5 won, 5 lost. Blayer, pitching for Cylind-jr, allowed four hits, hit on a mnn and struck out 13. Schmidt, pitching for Fenton, allowed six hits, walked tw oand struck out 10. Batteries: Fenton, Schmidt and Ohm; Cylinder, Blayer and J. Goeders. The first basketball game of the 1938-39 season of the local high school will be held November 17 License Exams Here Drivers' license examinations have been discontinued for the present at Bancroft, because the paving on Main street is under way. However, examinations are being held in Algona at the court house every Monday. Sexton School Program Sexton: A Columbus Day program was given by the school children in the school house Wednesday evening. Following the program, pie, Ice cream and cake were served. Thp'e was a good attendance. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Team of bay mares, ages 4 and 10, weight 1400 each.— Francis Erpelding, Ve mile north, 1 mlie east, % mile north St Joe. ~FOR SALE—Black faced bucks.— C. E\ Detrlck, 5F4, Algona. 42* FOR SALE—JGood used McCorm- Ick-Deerlng one row picker with power takel-off.—McEnroe Bros, phone 519. 42 * FOR SALE—Ohio improved Chester White boars; Cholera im mune.-~S. B. Hefty & Son, Renwick,' Iowa. * FOR SALE—Good old work horse.—R. W. Carlisle, Whittemore^. PHONE 83 for furnace repairing, himbing and heating s,.rvi.e.-Geo. loltzbauer, plumbing, heating ana heet metal work. < 2 FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons, yping paper, clasp envelopes, at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. Step-in Pump Wine, black and riu suede. Tan calf Tie Oxord Black and wine suede $4.00 FOR SALE—Purebred mare, coming three years old. Also one good work mule.—Alfred Jergen- lon, Algona. ** Doan: Ralph Stoll had the mis fortune to fall and crush the little finger on his left hand, Tuesday, Oct 11, while helping shell corn for tudolph Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover spent Wednesday with the former's father. M. E. Hoover and brothers, Robert and Laverne at Brltt Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Norem and Gerhardt Norem, all of Radcllffe, spent the week end with the latter's sister, Mrs. Ralph Stoll and amily. They also visited Mrs. Nor- era's brother, Cliff Johnson and "amily, and another sister, Mrs. Walker and family at Algona. ro wnell Shoe Company FOR SALE—'31 Mode! A pickup ruck. Inquire at this office. 42 Doan News Tues.-Wed, Oct. 18-19 ./PRAIRIE MOON Second Feature Virginia Bruce Franchot Tone in "BETWEEN TWO WOMEN" Thurs. Thru Safc, Oct. 20-22 TEX HITTER I tii Ms torn "Mtt nor' MM ffoifft' Second Feature n.'Wn.NOVARRO '„,!.," MARSH _._..! .T.h.'rhtt Plus Serial, "Dick Tracy Returns" SALE Sale Starts Tuesday, Ends Saturday Night This store believes, as Ben Franklin did. that a few cents saved on a number of things amount lo economy of real importance to the average family. Our THRIFT SALE i» literally a feast of such sayings. Cumi; in to<lay. 3 to 6 Dresses Fast color percale swing frocks in adorable "little girl" styles. Ladies Rayon Panties 25c Bemberg rayon, lace trimmed. 27x54" Bag Bugs 29c Use them in bedrooms, halls, kitchens, bath rooms Tea Kettle Gray enamelwarc, 4\ ql. size Pudding Pan Gray enamelware, 4'; qt. size Pot cleaner -> "lirillo" iteel 9c Kimonas rt « INFANTS •/ !•% g\ A'arm Hiinnek-tte £i \J \t hand embroidered "On* Penny saved isTwo Penc*clear* FACIAL TISSUE lOc Save on a big wx of 250 sheets. 'CANNON' TOWEL 15c 20xiO inches! <U1 over block plaid. TUMBLERS 9c & oz. pressed glass tumblers. PAPER TOWELS lOc Save laundry work and expense. SEE OUR BIG 4 PAGE CIRCULAR FOR SALE—Good Hampshire oar at a reasonable prlce.-^W. H Decker, Whittemore, Phone 3F5. 4 FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars, new blood.—Mareai Larson, Rlngsted. 39 tf FOR SALE—Purebred Hamp hire boars, fall and spring. Large rroup to choose from—Joseph A 5kow, Wesley. 39. 41. 43. 45. 47. 49, 51 CHILDREN'S SHOES—We rec ommend Poll Parrott Arch-Makers They protect growing feet with foot guide heels and moulded insoles Jring the children in.—Kresensky 1 - FOR SALE—New portable type writers, Corona and Underwood 29.75 and up. One rebuilt standard ize Underwood. At The Algona Up per Des Moines office. FOR SALE—60 Spotted Poland •hina boars, also eight'white ones }ood ones.—Anton Vammen, Ring ted. 38 ' 42 FOR SALE—Shropshire rams yearlings and two's.—Bush Bros ' miles southeast Emmetsburg. 39-42 HIHEMOREAID MEETS THURSDAY Whlttemore:. Members of St Paul Lutheran Ladles' Aid met Thursday afternoon In the school basement On the serving committee next month are Mrs. Archie and Mrs. Herman Volgt, Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Ed Wltchendahl. Mrs. Wm. Ostwald was taken in as a new member. Out of town guests were Mrs. Edwin and Mrs. Edward Grelrtert ol Fairville; Mrs. Henry Krueger and Mra. Lou Relnen of West Bend, Mrs. Herman Braatz and others. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lauck of here left Friday to visit at the Theodore Baas home at Storden, Minn. They will also visit relatives at other points in Minnesota. Luclle Glieden who is taking a course in nurses' training In Mercy hospital In Des Moines, is home for a short vacation following an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Mathahs Jr., of Meservey came Wednesday to visit Mrs. Mathahs' sister and to become acquainted with the twins o! Mr. and Mrs. John Volk. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, and eon Ralph Eugene, visited in-Algona Wednesday evening with former', parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J. E. Walk er. They were accompanied to Al gona by Arthur Locke, an uncle who had been helping Ralph for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Dietrich and Mrs. Ed Schumacher, daughter Jance and son Daryl of Emmetsburg were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker. Mrs. Ralph Walker was formerly Amanda Dietrich, daughter of Adolf and a sister of Mrs. Schumacher. Wanted OPEN RAWLEIGH ROUTES are scarce but In so vast an org anization expansion creates new op lortunitles. If ambitious, industri >us, willing to start with good earn ngs and Increase rapidly write fo full Information. We supply sales, advertising, literature—all you need. —Rawleigh's Dept IAJ-11-118, Free. port, HI. * 2 * Hospital News Read The Want Ads—It Pays Kossnth Monday, October 10—Wllma Eth- erlngton of Algona entered with pneumonia. Tuesday, October ll—John Johnson of Corwith underwent major surgery. Wednesday, October 12—*trs Thomas Cogley of Bancroft gave birth to a baby girl. Wednesday, October 12—Malcolm Lund of Algona entered for major surgery. Thursday, October IS—Mike Goeti of Wesley entered as an accident victim. „ . Thursday, October 13—Joan Bode of Algona, maatoldectomy. Thursday. October 13—Mamie OH. bride of Algona, medical. Friday, October 14—Lucille Lauck of West Bend, automobile accident. Friday, October 14—Mw. Bruce Kelsey, of Smlthland. Iowa, underwent a major operation. Saturday, October 18—Mrs, Henry Bormann of Bode gave birth to a baby girl. ^ Sunday, October 18—Mrs. Chris Johnson of Algona entered for medical treatment Sunday, October 16—Mr. and Mr* G. W. Champion and daughter, Phyllis Jean Champion of Irvington, entered as accident victims. Monday. October 17—Mrs. Alec Carlson of Algona gave birth to a "Monday, October 17-Mrs. W. E, Stoner of Burt underwent an appendectomy. General Henpital Monday, October Ifr—Mrs, S, A. Himer of Wesley, medical treat- Wednesday, October 14—Mrs, Linus Hutchtns of Weiley gave birth to a baby boy. Friday, October 14—Kenneth Meyer of Algona, tonsfllectomy and adenoldectomy. Friday, October 14—Dean Meyer of Algona had his tonsils and adenoids removed. Friday, October 14—W. H. Meyer of Algona underwent a tonslllec- °Frlday, October 14—D. D. Monlux of Algona, tonsillectomy. Return from Hciteymoon Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer Returned Thursday from a week's honeymoon trip whert they visite* Denver nnd other western points. Mrs. Blumer Is spending a fejyf*?* here with her parents until they move Into their home at Algona. WANTED—To buy 100 or more 'all pigs, a few good quality 700 to 800 Ib. heifers and about 15 good Shorthorn steers, 500 to 600 Ibs.—E. L. Gilbert, 13F14. 42* WANTED—Good, first class mechanic for Algona garage. Leave application at The Upper Des Moines office. 42 WANTED—Agents to sell Certified Hybrid Seed corn in northern Cowa.—Otis Sanders, Lone Rock.42* LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. *** FOR RENT—Two heated office rooms over Moe & Sjogren store Can be rented as a suite or separate |y.—Haggard & Peterson. Inquire Algons Upper Des Moines office. 35 WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7 Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WINDOW GLASS—Prices lowes in years. Storm sashes fitted. Labo rates reasonable. — Lusbys Drug Store. S' Have You Rooms that are Hard To Fit with RUGS? Richardson Furniture Co',s New Room'size Rugs by Mohawk will solve your Problem I AM making long time farm cans at 4'i9J interest with no stock o buy and no red tape.—M. P. Haggard, Algona. 38-4S* COLD WAVE COMING Get winter grease and oil that fills the need of a smooth-running car in winter. Also radiator anti-freeze. —Johnson's D-X Service. 42 CAR WASHING—Nothing looks worse than a dirty car. We'll shine t in a iffy. Our wash jobs include nside as well as outside of the car. —Meyer's Service, State & Jones. 42 For Your Car TBS, AMD IT COST SCUTTLE TOUHHEWHTJO MAKES YOUR WHOLE BOOM LOOK HEW Lost-Found LOST OR MISPLACED in wrong car in Algona. Dark gray suit, size 14, and orange crepe chiffon blouse. Reward for return to Doris Patterson. Swea City. 42* From $24.5O for 9x12 size Think how much smarter your rooms will look with rugs that fit correctly. A size that allows the same amount of floor space on all four sides. Our new Mohawk Room-Size Rugs make it simple as ABC to find the correct rug—even for odd size rooms. You select your pattern from 63 designs and colors. Then you choose the size from 36 different sizes. See these ilew Room-Size Rugs today. Colonial, Modern or Persian patterns—and 19 plain colors- Everyone with 100% virgin wool surface. Richardson Furniture Co. A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES Miscellaneous DID YOU KNOW the Elite shop is carrying a full line of purses ill all the new shades. Priced $1 and 11.49. 42 FREE DANCE—Kossuth County Young Republican Club is holding a dance at the I. O. O. F. Hall at Algona, which is free to the members, on Friday evening, Oct. 21st. The general public la invited at an admission charge of 25c per couple. The Rhythm club orchestra of Algona will play and B. B. Hickenlooper, candidate for lieutenant govern- >r will attend. 42 ' BEN FRAHKIIN v v W. V. Butler, Owuer Alyona LOANS Personal Loans Car Loans FHA Loans—to Build—To Repair L. a Bohannon, Hutchison Bldg. Phone 103 42* UVE STOCK SALE Thursday, October 20 750 cattle. 350 good Hereford steer and heifer calves from LaGrange, Wyoming, wt. 300 to 450 Ibs. Thtse calves are all one brand and a real string of Hereford calve* from the Bear Mountain country. 200 good Hereford yearling steers from Colorado, weight 550-650 Ibs. 60 good Hereford heifers., fleshy, from Colorado, weight 600 Ibs. 30 white face yearling heifers, tpin in flesh, weight 575 Ibs. 40 Shorthorn steers, weight 500-600 Ibs. 20 Shorthorn steers, weight 850 Ibs. 10 Shorthorn yearling heifers, purebred natives. 2 Shorthorn yearling bulls. Balance of run will consist of milk cowu, springers, breeding bulls, fat cows and heifers, and many small lots of stockers and feeders of all kinds and breeds. You'li find as good an assortment of western stocki'is «.»:(! feeders in Thursday suVi 'is in any unction in the state of Iowa. If you like good cattle, be here Thursday. Sale starts promptly at 12:30. UAKNEH SALES CO. Garner, Iowa Marriage Girls, do not marry a man to reform him. It is fooling your time away. Marry for love, it is the only thing that will carry you safely over the bumps on the highway of life. Of course, if he has a bank account, or Is tops at his job with a good salary so much the better. Do not marry a football man, a fiddler or a poker player. These things are thought absorbers and unfit men for useful occupations. When you are married do not join every society, 'every woman's club In the state and forget that you have a home and a husband. If you,do the husband will soon forget you. Late suppers are the cause of many divorces. Feed the brute and you will have a happy life. To the boys, I will say any average girl will make a good wife if you treat her right Because you married her, do not think she is a chattel, that you own her- Let her enjoy her friends and buy things she wants Do not be stingy. She will soon settle down and be more economical than you are. Remember that a dollar's worth of beef steak makes a happier home than a dollar spent for booz» or shells to go hunting witk Instead of being a good fellow with the gang, be a good fellow at home with your wife. But boys and girls whoever you marry or whatever you do, be sure and trade at Neville's. Jiraraie is always ready to give you sound advice and sell you shoes and hosiery cheaper than you CAB buy the same shoes and hosiery anywhere else. Even old maids and bachelors should trade at Neville'? and teach their children to do the same. Jimmie Neville AJ>GONA Mrs Katharine McEvdy Democratic Candidate for Clerk of Court Kossuth County Yonr Vote Will Bo Appreciated The Newest Innovation in PERMANENT WAVING The J\ew RILLING KOOLERWAVE Machineless Permanent (Not •> machine, but a method—Morrison's Personal Guarantee) 5 Reasons Why 'You'll Say This Is a Supreme Improvement 1 A Better Permanent - The curl is completely enclosed and a gentle vapor completely surrounds it There is positively no overheating and damaging of hair. The Rilling leaves the hair In a beautiful soft condition. The wave Is at least H inch closer to the head—the extreme coolness makes this possible and no scalp pads are necessary. 2 A More Beautiful Permanent- Gives an unusually even curl. .. leaves hair poft and lovely regardless of texture and color. Your wave will last much longer. It is cool, featherweight. "It's thrilling to have a Rilling." 3 The Coolest Permanent • No steam or heat can reach the scalp- The name "Kooler- wave" is literally a tn.e description of the method. 4 The Safest Permanent - A mUtake In heating time is absolutely impossible. The customer's scalp cannot possbily be burned even without the use of scalp pads. It Is the only method so safe scalp pads are not needed. 5 The Most Comfortable Because it is quicker . . . cooler. . . and safer! And—it Is the closest wave to the head ever developed, therefore lasts longer. iifliiiiaiHiiiiiiiiiiiu COSTS NO MORE THAN THE AVERAG E PRICE PERMANENT— CALLUS FOR INFORMATION; NOBODY ELSE YOU ANY OX THE KILLING PERMANENT MORRISON Reality Shop Phone 279 for Appointment Morrison's Personal Guarantee The Algona Auction Co. We are here to terve botfc Qw seller «J)<] buyer at our pavilion In Algona every Saturday, Saturday, Oet. 22 Don't forget we will run our regular Saturday Sale*. We have opened up for fall trade with our »ale and expect a good line of stuff. For Saturday we will have a truck load of furniture for any room In your home, if you are looking for anything. MACHINERY We are handling the Corn Belt single row corn picker, look this picker over before you buy. Also the Kewanee Grain Elevator. NOTICE—Tuesday, Oct. 25, we will hold our opening Tuesday sale. We will have a good offering of stock, consisting of milk cows, spring heifers, yearlings, also listed soqnoe ewes and could u«ad ismu good work horses, also bring in your veal calve* as we will have packer and veal calves buyer* here for Tuesday.- We will also have aU kinds s ot buyers here for anything . that you have in the line of stock. Get your stock in early. We had buJMiktpp the central part of the state last week. Please phone U* ana let us know what you have and we will get the buyers. Open Every Day* Sole Barn phone 77, Kes. Phone 8FZ3. Start on stock at 1:30 p. m, €. O. 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