The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1938 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 26,1938 LONE ROCKERS IN FAREWELL FOR ELHAKRUEGER Goes to New Position at (Fairmont; Honored Fri 1 tiay at Party in Home •of H. J, Rice Lone Rock:< A farewell party t6r Elma Krueger, who left Sunday for Fairmont to start working at the telephone exchange, was given by a group of friends at the home of Mrs. H. J. Rice Friday evening. Games were played. Those attending were Mm. Frederick Schultz, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrg. Frank Flalg, Mrs. Alex Krue«- er, Mrs. W. G. Flalg, Mrs. Ralph Welsbrod, Catherine Stebritz, Mrs. Melvln Hawks, Mrs. Rmll Kraft, Mrs. Raymnd Blerstedt, Mrs. Frank j Householder, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Paul Olson, Mrs. Calvin Householder and June Weisbrod, Fenton. Mary Ann Flalg and Viola Bprank were hostesses at a party for Elma Krueger Saturday evening at the former's home. Attending were: Helen Mae Hanna, Marjorle Pettit, Doris Sanders, Marian Jensen, Elma Krueger and the hostesses. Dale Earing joined the CCC camp at Bancroft last week. The Arthur Btersteds, Lakota, were Saturday guests at the Lyle Marl own. The Joe Culbertsons spent Bunday at the George Lowenbergs, at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard moved last week to the Ernest Prlebe home.. Mrs. Melvln Hawks and children visited Saturday morning with Herman Dau, Algona. The Fred Wegeners spent last Tuesday afternoon with the E. J. Heldenwlths, Swea City. Mr. and Sir* Eugene Dye an daughter, Donna Sue of Mlnneap oils, and Bill Dalley and Thelm McMath of Des Moines were wee end guests of Mrs. Edythe Dailey Mr. Dye is a brother of Mrs. Dalle a*d Bill is her son. Mrs. George Free, who has been spending the past week at Game with her son, George and family came home Monday and has rentec an apartment at the home of Mrs 3 J. Backus. Mrs. Backus plans t be gone about a month visiting rel atives and friends. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Free, Jr., brought Mrs. Frei to Algona Monday and visited with friends. Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert are lear ng Wednesday for Akron, Ohio, to visit their son, Ignatius and family They will make the acquaintance of .heir only granddaughter, Alice Catherine, who is now seven months old. The baby is named after its mother, and Mrs. Wernert's name is also Alice. The Wernerts are gong by train and plan to be gone about three weeks. Ignatius formerly taught at Niagara Falls, but has been with the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., in the chemistry research department since July. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Doan were very pleasantly surprised last Sunday when a number of their friends and relatives called at their home to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The Johnsons are former Irvington residents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fitch, south of Irvington, were among those from this community who were present for the occasion. LuVerne: The Presbyterian Ladles Aid will meet Wednesday, Oct. 26, with Mrs. L H. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker are the parents of a baby boy born last week. Mr. and Mrs. Math Hllbcrt moved lo Algona Tuesday where they purchased a house recently. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i USED CARS '37 Oldsmobile Touring Tudor Coach '37 Plymouth Touring Tudor '34 LaSalle Sedan '31 Chevrolet Sedan '31 Plymouth Sedan '30 Chevrolet Sedan '29 Ford Coach HAVE YOUR CAB WINTERIZED NOW We Give Green Stomp* Willard Battery Service Hoenk Motor Service Phone 301 West of 'Court House H. L. Hoenk £••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••>•< What Does Your Hog House Need to Make It Winter Proof? Can snow blow in through the roof ? Are there any cracks in the walls? ' * Is the foundation sound and is it rat-proof \ Is the floor solid and accident proof S It's time to check on your hog equipment and put it in good condition for winter in order to reduce chances of disease and also save feed. Whatever materials you need—cement, lumber, building paper, insulating material, roofing, shingles, ventilators, dnors or windows—we have ready for fast work. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa The Algona Auction Co. We lire here to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in AJgona every Saturday, Saturday, Oct. 2*1 Don't fur|;i't ur Hill run our rt-Kular .Saturday Sulcs. \\ i- hale upciii-U up fur full tnulr \vitl) our Mill' and expect n KIMM! line of slull. Fur Saturday we will havt u truck loud of furniture for unj room in your liouif, if yuu urr looking for anything. MACHINERY \Vr are handling the ('urn Ifc It sinnlr row corn picker, look this picker over Ix-fori: you buy. Also the lif wum-v Grain Elevator. NOTICE — Tuekduy, Oct. 25, we held our opening Tui'Mltiy bale. \Vc will have a good otic-ring of stork, coiibifctiDg of niilk cows, taring lu-ifers, yearling*, also lihU'd »umc ewes und could used fcoinc uuod work liorwo, also briiiK in your vcul calvca a.-. w« will liavu packer tuid veiU calve* buyt*r.i litre for Tuesday. We will al»o have all kind* of buyers here for anything (hut you have in the line of block. Gt-t your htock in eurly. We hud buyer* from the central part of the stuU- uu>t week. l'U'tu>.- phone us and let u» know what you have and we will tfi't the buyer*. Open Every Ouy. Sale Bam phone 77, Kt-t». I'honc Wti. 8 tart 4>o stock at 1:80 p. iti. 4 . O. RIIftULE & SO\ Operator Mid Auctioned In The WEEK' Current Events Phot The Algona Upper Des Moines or CHINESE METROPOLIS TAKEN BY JAPANESE TKOOPS —Canton, China: An air view of the center of Canton, largest city in South China, Into which the Japanese tank corps rumbled last week, to score one of the most outstanding victories of the Chinese-Japanese war. The tanks were followed by detachments of the South China expeditionary force which just ten days ago landed in the shores of Bias Bay, 125 miles southeast of the metaropolis. The bridge spanning the river is the Halohu Bridge. COUNTY ATTORNEY MAKES REPORT (Continued from Page One) utory rape, prostitution, ele. Grand Jury Indictments for several obvious reasons, are much more expensive to the county than county attorney informations, and by using mostly the latter considerable money for the county has been sav ed. Mr. Wlnkel further stated that some people have the idea that the count attorney is, or may be, the one who flies charges against people In the first Instance before a mayor or a justice of peace, but that this Is erroneous for the reason that the constitution provides that every person accused of a crime has the right to be confronted with the evidence of his accuser; the law likewise prohibits the prosecutor from being a witness and a prosecutor at the same time. However, after a person is bound over to the district court, the legislature has seen fit to provide that a district court case may be properly made as a matter of procedure, by either s grand jury Indictment or county attorneys Information with the same force and effect. HABVEST SECOND CROP OF ..OATS—Clarinda, Iowa: Special photo to The Algona Upper Des Moines: Farmers in southwest Iowa have been cutting oats the second time this season, the grain fully headed out by Oct. 20, up to which time the first killing frost hadn't yet come and summer temperatures had prevailed. This picture shows Hobart Owen, farmer near Clarinda, Iowa, cutting a five acre field of oats, grown after the first crop had been cut on this same field. BARGAINS 79th Birthday! 3 large 20 oz. louve* For Extra Energy Children Need TO 1010 ITS F«t»« Eight O'clock, America'* favorite Coffee —3 lb. bag 41c FilUtbury 1 * or Gold Medal Flour 49 lb, bag 1.53 Blue Label Byrup Kara __10 lb. can 49c Hunnyllcld I'unt'Ute, Flour ____ 51b.bagl9c Hultanu I'fiumt Butter —2 lb, jar 21c AjliK<*lu* c<-llo piu'k 1 lb. I>UK» Marshmallows 2 — 26c Ann I'UK»- Tomato Kaww Beans 2-23 02 ens 15c Id uz. cull '»: Sitcrainrnto Fruit Cocktail 2 No 1 ens 23c A. & I'. Sli«*l » oz. <rali» Pineapple __3 for 25c Flour 49 lb. bag $1.05 Kx<*ll Soda or (irahiun Crackers 1 lb box lOc Spry _____ 3 lb. can 52c Northern Unen-ized Tissue _______ roll 5c FOR SALE—Thoroughbred English shepherd puppies. Fine cattle n:d wat-jii dugs. $3 apiece. —Fred Haack, Phone 406, Lone Rock. 43 Ohio Northern Grown Potatoes 100 Ibbg 1.25 Texas Marsh Sccdit** kiz« IW Grapefruit __4 for 15c I'ubbli-r Potatoes 100 lb. bg 94c Tokay Grapes 4 Ibs 25c A*P FOOD STORES! Want Ad* Benefit Gridiron Game Next Week A preview of Algeria's 1939 foot ball team will be offered Algona football fans in a benefit game to be staged here next Monday evening with Algona's second squad battling Hum bold t's reserves. Since Coach Hop Findley will Jos* all but two of his starting elev-jn this year the 1938 reserves will be the regular of next season and the B squad game will be of more than usual interest for that reason this year. The second stringers have played only two contests, losing twice in hard fought games to Fort Dodge. On the first occasion the score was 7 to 6 and Saturday, Flndley's youngsters lost 12 to 0 to the Dodgers. A fumbled punt recovered on the Algona 5-yard line and an Intercepted pas* gave Fort Dodge its scores. Although the Dodgers seconds play a full schedule and so had much more experience than the little Bulldogs the local reserves held their opponents even except for two bad breaks. Before meeting Humboldt under the local floodlights the Algona reserves will scrimmage the Wildcat B squad at Humboldt, Wednesday evening. The game at Algona, Monday, will be a regulation encounter, however. The contest was arranged by mothers of Algona high school team players in cooperation with Coach Hop Findley and O. J. Manship, coach of Htimboldt's Wildcats. iverslty and former pupil of Paul Stoye of Drake Is beginning piano class. Beginners and advanced. Phone 417-J. 43* For Sale DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when In need of a used tire or tube. ft-tf FOR SALE—Team of bay mares, ages 4 and 10, weight 1400 each,— Fnncti SSrpelding, H mile north, i mile east, »4 mile north St Joe. 42-43* FOR SALE—Cabbage. 2c lb., or $1.75 a hundred. Phone 18F21.— Stew McFadden. 43* FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons, typing paper, clasp envelopes, at The Algona Upper DC* Moines office. WINDOW GLASS-Prlces lowest n years. Storm sashes fitted. Labor rates reasonable. —Lusbys Drus Store. ss-tf FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars and open gilts.—P. W. Reese, Elmore, Minn. 43 I AM making long time farm oans at 4'.i% Interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M. P. Haggard, Algona. • 38-43* FOR SALE—One uied O«n«ral Electric refrigerator.—Kohlhaas & Spilles. 43 LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf FOR SALE—One used 32 volt radio, used one year.—Kohlhaaa & Spilles. 43 FOR SALE—-35 Spotted Poland China hoars, new blood.—Marean Larson, Ringsted. 39 tf FOR SALE—Portable feed mill, In good condition. Priced reasonable. •Ben Zaugg, phone 25F11, Algona. 43- FOR SALE New portable typewriters, Corona and Underwood. ;2'J.75 and up. One rebuilt, standard size Undenvorxi. At The Algona Up- j.er Des Moirjes office Bt'TTEKFAT PRICES The following prices were paid per pound for butterfat by the Al- Kona Co-Operative Creamery from October 1 to October 15, 1938. Whole Milk Butterfat 34c per cwt. Sweet Cream butterfat 30c per cwt. Cash paid for cream daily. Saturdays open to 9 p. m. F. O. B. Algona. Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Phone 400 TIIK FOR HA1.K NEH Bl AGAI.OU at No. 705 E. Oak street, Algona, Iowa. Modern throughout, with oil furnace, has 4 rooms, enclosed from porch, full basement. A]»o new garage. Owner will bell furniture with house, if desired. Only reason for selling, a hhange in f.onditiona au owner built this for own home. Bona fide purchaser can muke a substantial payment on this home and monthly payments thereafter not rnuc-h more than a good rental thus enoying a fine new home. If in earnest, 8«e H. l>. Hutching, at once, over Barry's Algona, lowu; or call directly at the house where owner will pernonally show you, and state price. 4- FOR SALE-Purebred Hampshire boara, fall und spring. I-arge group to choose from -Joseph A Skow, Wesley. 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, fij' Wanted WANTED-- Experienced woman for general house work. Mrs. L. J Dickinson. WANTED Man with tar for profitable Kuwleigh Koute. Must be suUsfitiJ with good livinj- to s,tart Write Ruwlelgh's, De.pt. 1EJ-11-101 Free-port, III. 43* MUSIC GRADUATE of lowuTun- FOR RENT—Two heated office room* over Moe & Sjogren store. Can be rented as a suite or separate ly.—Haggard 4fe P«tcr»on. Inquire Algona Upper De» Moines office. 33 WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7 Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. ll-tf For Your Car Miscellaneous How Would You Like This? When your chief int- erc-Ht in life centers around raising stock and cultivating a few crops, then it's time you check the Want- Ads to get what you want . . . arid can afford. Upper Des Moines WANT ADS * FOR RENT • SPACE IN THIS PAPER Will Arrange To Suit GOOD NEIGHBORS-PRICES TO FIT VOUR BUSINESS 'TWAS SANDY Who Brought Terror to three Poor Girls It all started with the squirrel called Sandy. His name was not really Sandy, not at first, that's just what Violet Halbrook named Mm. Anyhow, this squirrel Sandy decided to take an apartment In the attic just above the apartment In which Violet, Marge Seward and Ruth McKee, bachelor girls, live. That's what caused It all. Sandy didn't make formal entry but jumped from a nearby tree upon the corner of the house, chewed a hole through the edge of the roof and came in. He furnished his apartment In the attic by tearing up a blanket stored there and had a nice home fixed up for the winter. And that's where the trouble really began. For once his apartment was fixed up Sandy started storing up nuts for the winter and he would patter around above the girls' apartment, and 'sort of chirrup and sometimes . leer In the girls' Window and simply scare them silly. So Mr*. Id* Walker, who owns the House decided to take a hand in the'matter. She had the big limb of the tree by which the squirrel made his entry to the house sawed off, thinking that would leave him out on the limb so to speak. But then it turned out, Sandy, although too lazy to get himself a hole In a tree like most squirrels was nevertheless a very athletic squirrel and could still jump with ease from the tree to a nearby eaves- trough and run down it to his door. So then Mrs. Walker had the whole tree cut down, thinking that would fix him. But it didn't Sandy could jump from the neighbor's trees to the house. The ctos**t twig sticking out fttiht'ifW of the fr««s its tit least six ftet 'away but Sandy th«h »4uir r« eouw rnate* it Kiaiim. Mrs. Ottftdvin, Utrs;'Wftlker'a neighbor^, jmld • they' cfiuW cut off thos* branches^ but M«, Walker knew it would be no use. She Is going to have the house reshlngled and (tie man who Is going to do It swears he will shoot Sandy for her—which look* bad foif Sandy. «« Gold Diggers Ol 1938 WANT ADS Men's Suits Topcoats Overcoats Come In now—and select the material for a new coat or suit made to your own measurements. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers NEW PARTY DRESSES for the big Country Club ' Hallowe'en Shin-dig , • -v-;-." ' ! Chrischilles Store *• We have a big new stock of beautiful winter Formal* in clever misses' styles at very reasonable prices.' Also velvets in long dresses for women. Attractive new afternoon dresses — suitable for evening wear — will be found here In all sizes and colors. These dresses reflect Vogue influences and are to be had at this store for only Look Your Best at the Big Party Thursday -Night at the Algona Country Club Coat Leaders Chrischilles Store EVERY COAT A FASHION PLATE NOW'S the time to save a young fortune on your luxury Winter coat! Styles are this season's most Imfx>rtant— with rich furs used lav- Lshly in the newest ways. All top quality coats offering you MORE value, MORE style for LESS money. Buy your "Winter coat NOW... on- .ioy it for the holidays at enjoyal''c savings. 17.95 39-75 Seal! Fox! Skunk! Persian! Plain Sports Coats «,85 up CoaU you'll wear proudly . . . rejoice secretly in your savings. A thrilling collection of styles including coats with entire fur sleeves, borders. Coats with waist-deep fur collar*. Such fur trim* as beaver, caracul, tipped skunk, Canadian wolf, blue fox. Superb tailoring of quality woolims, warm linings. Black, teal, rust, plum Mto"" women, juniors. Come, see, nave todlyf**^"^ Chrischilles Store

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