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The Algbim THREE SHOWERS NEWLY Fenton: Mrs. Arnold Dreyer nee Marie Fauerby was honored at a miscellaneous showef at the home of Mrs. Art Mueller on Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent socially and suggestions were given the bride. Guests were members of the 500 club, Dorcas sewing circle, Legion Auxiliary and members of the 1638 graduation class of which she was a member. Out of town guests were Mrs. August Nelson and daughter, Betty >f Rlngsted, Mrs. F. Schendel of Fair- vllle and Mrs. Art Dreyer of Lotts Creek. The bride received many lovely gifts. Florence Laabs Honored Florence Laabs was given a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist FOR . BRIDE TO BE hall. The afternoon was spent fixing a scrapbook for the bride. Recipes were written for the bride's use. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Those from Fenton attending were Mrs. Chas. Glaus and daughters, Ruth, Geneva and Dora. Mrs. Glaus is the former Leon Johanneson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanneson, near Armstrong. They were married July 3 at Canton, S. D. Fenton Cagers Lose 2 Games to Bancroft •Fenton: The Fenton high school midgets lost a double header basketball game to the St. John's Acad- church parlors on Tuesday after-1 emy team from Bancroft here on noon. Rachael and Helena Weis- Thursday night In the second brod sang "The Wedding of the Painted Doll." The rest of the afternoon was spent socially. The honoree was presented with many useful gifts. Miss Laabs will be married soon to Howard Renfrew. Mrs. Art Glaus was honored at a miscellaneous shower on Monday afternoon at Swea City Luther team game, Bancroft won 14 to 0. In the final quarter of the first team game, Fenton wilted before Bancroft's big advantage in size, losing 28 to in. The Bancroft team displayed a nice passing attack and exceptionally good basket eyes for an early season game. Fenton's passing attack looked good. Third Episode About THAT PIPE Starting Fires Contributions are being accepted at the court house for a worthy cause, Carl Pearson, chairman of the committee, announced last week. As the result or a disastrous fire Jake Freeh, Well known resident of Kossuth county, suffered the loss of one of his dearest possessions, his pipe. The flre occurred last week when Jake knocked the ashes out of the bowl Into a waste paper basket at the court house, setting its contents ablaze. In his excitement Jake dropped the pipe into the bonfire and when the blaze was extinguished the briar had gone up In smoke. Court house workers were not at first as sympathetic as should be expected, but then it was the third fire Jake and his pipe have set. It is understood that the new pipe will have to have a safety device in the bowl so designed and constructed that It will prevent sparks flying like the railroad locomotives of the '90's and also Jake's old pipe. Furthermore It shall be periodically Inspected for a possible fire hazard by the new fire chief, when and if he TheMan About Town Says BURT GLEE CLUBS PRESENT MIKADO ; Burt: Two fair crowds attended the presentation of "The Mikado" by the boys' and girls' glee clubs at the high school auditorium Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The operetta was presented on a very beautifully decorated stage and the Japanese costumes made it a very colorful scene. Chief characters were taken by Wallace Hawcott, Arnold Andreason, Russell Patterson, Lawrence Chipman, Bobby Thaves, Iva Marie Brayton, Luella Welske, Virginia Patterson and Phyllis Brooke. A chorus of 38 added to the effect of the operetta. Erna Baars was director of the entertainment Chrysanthemums are the Thanksgiving Flowers . . . and a lovely centerpiece of them will add to the holiday atmosphere of your home on Thanksgiving. We have a complete selection of them for you in all popular colors. Special "Mum" Bouquets $1, $1.50, $2 Remember your hostess with a box of lovely "Mums" for this Thanksgiving Day. Your selection, moderately priced. ALGONA GREENHOUSES Phone 305 Algona, la. a®OK8S£^^ ywxyyyyyxxxxxxxxx/WXXWXXXXX/X/y/y/X/X/X^^^ Overcoats and Suits With colder weather you will need warmer suits and overcoats as well as other clothing. JACKETS— all wool livy blue jackets with bolted backs $3.45 MACKINAWS — Plain blue and plaids $5.75 —$6.65 CAPS —Fancy plaid ones with fur in band 59c SHIRTS — Good warm suede numbers 79c UNDERWEAR — Sever al different weights 10% wool $1.19 20r; wool $1.65 50 r ; wool $2.50 Madson & Hanson The Homo of Better Clothes VJV<fJVVVffJVffffJVVff^ffJVfJVfJV^fJ^VfffffJVfJV^ There's Lots of Wear in your Old Hat Quite a change on me store fronts in the business section from that of year ago. Seems at that time every firm was having a sale and decorated the buildings with white banners covered with large letters. * * * Gordon "Red" Dewel received a I letter which had some connection with a dog. From its contents he has vowed unto himself never to take his dog to hear the election returns at the county auditor's office. * * * Some time Sunday night an intruder tried to get gasoline from one of those electric pumps at a filling station In town with result the attendant worked all the next morning repairing the battered machine. * * * Sirs. Irma Schoby found a fishhook In the gizzard of a fine spring fry while dressing it. Which may or may not mean all fishing Is for fish. Heard of some angling by the roadside with corn kernels for bait. * * * Monday noon near the high school was one of those times when an auto drive found it necessary to dodge and weave. Scores of bicycles on the road coming at you. On the right side and the wrong side of the road; in the middle and on the curbs. Driverless bikes with riders warming their hands under the arms or In the pockets. Empty handlebars and empty heads but lovely swaying bodies In rhythm and in balance. Marvelous until looked at In the morgue, perhaps. » * * An Emnietsburn attorney, alumnus of Iowa, made a speech to the boys' of the football squad at his alma mater before the Purdue game. Next week his name was heralded throughout the state in newspapers, The following Saturday the Iowa boys went to Minneapolis and Bob Larson says by the score of the game this attorney-would-be conch must have talked in the wrong dressing room. Local Iowa alumni who belong to the organization of wolves at Coach Tubb's door are asking for a coach I with a big name, meaning success elswhere of course, can look back into our high school list. Algona has had two coaches of All-American fame. Splendid fellows, far superior to be belittled here, but one of them didn't last the season out bless the H. S. alumni, and the other set a new low scoring record for his reign of office, in games won and lost. Go to it, boys, it's lots of fun! * * 9 Sportsmen have engineered bounties on foxes for their ruthless killing of pheasants ana carrying away of the domestic chicken. But our KUCSS in picking the hardest hit flock of poultry on any farm was not caused by wild animals but by wild men in automobiles. The road in front of the Gardner farm across the creek to the west of Walburg's Cabins is nearly always strewn with chicken carcasses with Sunday a red letter day. Let's have a bounty on this type of animal. i : You'll IK- happily .surprised at the rejuvenation a good cleaning and blocking will make in your favorite hat. You'll feel so much better dressed. Cleaning and blocking knit wear is another service we are rendering with exceptionally satisfactory results. We'll keep your garments spotless, fresh nd trim. The Elk Cleaners Phone 330 Norman & Perry We Deliver PROGRAMS ARE WELL ATTENDED Portland: A very large crowd attended the Portland Progress club meeting held Thursday, Nov. 17th, at the home of Mrs. Mike Arendt. Mrs. Hicks, the new home demonstration agent, gave a very interest- Ing talk on this year's woman's project work. Committees Were appointed to take charge of the annual banquet to be held at Burt, Dec. 7th. A bounteous lunch was served. Assisting hostesses were the Mesdames Tony Jandl, Joe Zanke, Sumner Parsons, Geo. Larsen and Mennett Trunkhlll. A good program was given or Thursday evening at school No. 7. Lunch and home made candy was sold and $25 were taken In. Mrs. E. O. Mann received a set of dishes. Miss Wanda Waltman Is the teacher. A large crowd gathered at the program and basket social held at School No. 3 on Thursday evening. Nearly $40 were cleared. Miss T.or- raine Trenary is the teacher. Eastern Star Meets At Burt Tuesday Burt: Kossuth chapter No. 201, O. E. S. held Its annual Past Matrons' and Patrons' mgnt Tuesday evening:. A covered dish supper was served at 6:30 after which a special meeting: in charge of past matrons and patrons was held, at which three new members were initiated. The following took the various offices: Mrs. B. W. Brooke, W. M.; Dr. R. ti. Thompson, W. P.; Mrs. J. G. McDonald, A M.; J G. McDonald, A. P.; Mrs. K. J. Smith, conductress; Mrs. J. T. Heaney, assistant conductress; Mrs. August Thies, secretary; Mrs. A. H. Melnzer, treasurer; Mrs. M. L. Vinaas t chaplain; Mrs. J. W, Dorrance, marshal; Mrs. O. P. Hawcott, organist; Mra F. L,. Pratt, Adah; Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Ruth; Mrs. G. E. Brace, Esther; Mrs. E. E. Paine, Martha; Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Eectra; Mrs. Maude Hanna, warden, and W. H. Klamp, sentinel. The Past Matrons presented the chapter, with white Bibles. 80 Attend Shower For Plum Creek Girl Dean? About 80 friends attended a cotton and linen shower at Plum Ureek community hall on Sunday, Nov. 20, in honor of Gladys Paetz, who Is to be married Thanksgiving Day to Cyril Ventelcher. For en- :ertainment a mock wedding was performed and a history of the jride-to-be was read. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Martlnek and Mrs. Henry Bailey. Doon Girl Married Lucille Cosgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cosgrove, was married to Arthur Schiltz of Bancroft, on Friday morning, Nov. 10, at St. Joseph's Catholic church, at Wes- ey. Mrs. Schiltz is a graduate of the Titonka high school and also a graduate of a Des Moines beauty school, and has been operating a shop at Titonka the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. .John Harms became parents of a boy born Thursday, Nov. 17. There is one other child, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers hau entertained their card club at four tables of cards on Friday evening, Nov.. 18. Mrs. Nola Hoover was hostess to the Doan Woman's club on Wednesday. Nov. 16. On the program were Viva Hoover. Marie Christenson. Pearl Asa and Maud Brink. A lunch was served. J. T. Chrischilles Seriously 111 J. T. Chrlschllles who has been in falling health the past few years, is seriously ill at his home where Miss Ellen Carlson, R. N., is help- Ing Mrs. Chrlschilles care for him. Mr. Chrischllles was manager of the Chrischilles & Herbst store for a number of years, but retired when his son, T. H., took over the" active management. Burt Union Service Burt: The annual union Thanksgiving; service Wilt be held at the Methodist church at 10:30 Thursday morning. The Rev. J. M. Doms of the Presbyterian church will deliver the sermon. SO Women Attend Meeting at Lu Verne LuVerne: Approximately 50 Women attended the Algona district group meeting which was held at LuVerne Thursday afternoon. It was an all day meefmg with a luncheon at the community hall at noon. Mrs. John Brink, LuVerne, had charge of the registration, Mrs. Peter Thompson read the scripture, and the Rev. H. A. Nelson led the devotions. Mrs. Ray Stone presided. The Open Forum was led by Mrs. J. C. Buthman, Algona, dlsfrict president Each officer of the district then followed with a report of her particular part of the work and showed a gain of 68 new members in the disrtict thereby winning a silver cup. The subject for the afternoon was "To serve the present age" with Mrs. W. Ruble of Clarion in charge of the song service. Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Algona, gave a talk on "New Horizons" and Miss Nora Shafer, Rowan, gave a reading, and Miss Doris Genrich sang a solo. Book Jacket reviews were given by Mrs. H. A. Nelson, Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Buthman. Mrs. H. C. Allen gave a talk on The Mother Jewels work. Towns represented were Algona, Burt, Clarion, Rowan, Hardy, Liv- ermpre, Goldfleld, Corwtth and Cu- Vefne. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Dressed turkeys and chickens. Call Leo McEnroe, phone 30F21. 47* FOR SALE—Electric stove, cheap. Good Condition. Phone 399-J. 47* FOR SALE!—Us'ed International truck, V4 ton with platform stake body.—McCormick-Deering store. 47 FOR SALE—Middle aged Ramp- shire ram.—Orville Gardner, Lone Rock, phone 909, Lone Rock or 11F23, Algona. 47 FOR SALE—200 White Rock, 70 Rhode Island pullets, good ones.— Bob Gilllngham, 1 mile west 2 miles south Algona. 47* FOR SALE—1934 Dodge truck. 1H ton, LWB, dual tires. A real buy. —McCormick-Deerlng Store. 47 FOR RENT—Two heated office rooms over Moe & Sjogren store. Can be rented as a suite or separate ly.—Haggard A Peterson. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 35 Wanted THIS TERRITORY now open. Here's an opportunity for an ambitious man with car to step into a steady dependable business enterprise of his own. Good earnings right from start No experience or capital necessary. Write for full particulars to Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Box EJ., Wlnona, Minn. 47* MAN OR WOMAN wanted to handle distribution of famous Watkins Products in Algona. Beautiful Xmas box assortments bring extra profits now. Write J. R. Watkins Company, D154, Wlnona, Minn. 47* Recovering in Hospital Lotts Creek: Mrs. Wm. Schmicl of Lotts Creek Is a patient in the hospital at Rochester. She is improving and will be home soon. FENTON NEWS Docs it take more wire to run a fence over small knoll than the same distance straight away, and why? When you get the answer, simple until tried, and are sure of it let Doc Eason in on the secret. Doc spent many a sleepless night at LuVerne before coming here, with paper, diagrams, compasses and other tools too numerous to mention, and as yet has reached 110 final deduction. Fenton Methodist Aid Has Meeting Fenton: The Methodist Aid met on Friday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames Carrie Voigt. Art V'oigt. Lester Weisbrod and Walter Widdel. During the business meeting it was decided to hold their Christmas Kift bazaar on Wednesday, November 30, Supper will be served at 5 o'clock and the sale begin at 7 o'clock. There will be candy and a food booth besides fancy work of all kinds. Chairmen for the four divisions were named as follows: Mesdames Frank Eigler, Wilbur Holldorf, Rex Wolfe and George Goetsch. The guests were Mesdames Carl Beck, Jennie Jensen and Ernest Vaux of Ida Grove. Fenton Forwards Meet Fenton: The Fenton Forwards 4 H club met on Saturday afternoon with Faith Finnestad. Eleven members and one guest were present. During the business meeting plans were made for the annual banquet. A Christmas party was planned for Friday, the 23rd. At the close a delicious lunch wus served by the FOR SALE—A good improved 250 acre farm near Corwith, Can give possession March 1, 1939. —C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 47-48 FOR SALE—Duroc boars, choice blood lines, cholera immune, reasonable prices.—John F. Weber, 2 miles east of Irvington, Algona phone 15F22. „ 47* FOR SALE—A few Duroc Jersey boars.—C. E. Sigsbee, phone 12 on 96, Burt, Iowa. 48* FOR SALE—Model A Ford sedan in good condition, cheap. Call at 220 N. Jones St., or Esser Barber Shop. 47* FOR SALE—Purebred Spotted Poland China boars and gilts sired by Marvelous Da.n by Radium Grand Champion of Iowa and Nebraska, weight 280 Ibs.—H. E. Cummins, Dickens, Iowa. 47-49* FOR SALE—Purebred spotted male hogs. Cholera immune. Some new breeding.—M. L. Barton, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 48-52* FOR SALE—Duroc boars.—P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock. Iowa. 45-tf W. E. Stoeber was a business visitor in Estherville, Friday. Shelby Weisbrod returned home Saturday after a week in Waterloo, where he attended a John Deere tractor school. Mrs. W. J. Weicbrod returned to her home Wednesday evening after a. few days' visit in Des Moines with her daughter, Florence. Mrs. E. A. Vaux, Ida Grove, visited from Thursday to Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and a sister, Mra. A. H. Meyers and family. Mrs. Anna Osborn entertained at Mrs. Jennie Jensen attended the Seneca Lutheran Aid meeting held at the home of Mrs. Martin Jensen, Kingsted, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained the evening bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz won high score for the ladies and Walter Ohm high for the men. Kobert Hantelman, son of Mrs. Dan Hantelman, has been quite ill with pneumonia. He has been a patient in a hospital at Algona. At this time he is somewhat improved. Mrs. Frank Eigler entertained at a six o'clock dinner on Friday evening. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Virginia Ruth, Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman and Agnes Goetsch. The 500 club met Thursday night ;it the n.ime of Mrs. Aruc'<l Klatt. E. C. Fauerby won hi;{h score for men and Mrs. Sam V/arner high for ladies. The chair prize went to Mrs. John Gramenz. The members of the Sew and So club drove to Algona, Thursday and honored Mrs. R. L. Padgett at a handkerchief shower. Mrs. Padgett was a former member of the club, before moving to Algona. Mrs. Anna Osborn entertained at a quilting party recently. Assisting her were Mesdames George Jensen, George Rinderknecht, Linus Jensen and Hans Wilberg. Jr., all of Ringsted and Mrs. Lars Finnestad, Fenton. Mrs. Arnold Klati entertained at quilting on Friday afternoon. Assisting her were Meslunu'4 John Grameoz, Wilbur Holldorf, Chas. Glaus, Art Mueller, Harold Goetsch, Sam Warner, Earl Dean, Ray Tietz, Art Glaus and John Kramer Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean, and Carl Priebe motored to &me# Saturday. Mr. Schwartz and Priebe attended a football gome and Mrs. Schwartz and daughter went on to Des Moineu to visit Edith Laage and Mrs. Minnie Stark. FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, fall and spring. Large group to choose from—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 39, 41, 43. 45. 47, 49. 5J* FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars, new blood.—Marean Larson, Ringsted. 39 tf FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons typing paper, clasp envelopes, at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. FOR SAKE—Clasp envelopes, strong, brown manilla; all sizes, At The Algona Upper Des Moines office. 45-tf FOR SALE—^Purebred Duroc- Jersey boars, immune and healthy. —A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 46-47* For Rent FOR RENT—Suite of three heated office rooms formerly occupied by Dr. L. G. Baker. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 47 HOME LOANS—Monthly reduction or straight term—Title 2 FHA loans, low Interest rates—no commission. Loans for all purposes. —Algona Federal Savings &~Loan Ass'n. 46-tf DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. ft-tf WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7. Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf I AM making long time farm loans at 4V4/Ji interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M. P. Haggard, Algona. 38-43' For Your Car WOMEN LIKE to trade here; we are courteous and try to please them, and women like that service.— Stewart's Service Station. 47 LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf A GOOD HABIT to form is to bring your car here for complete servicing. We will check it over and only give It what it needs. You can trust Meyer's Service, corner State & Jones, phone 80. 47 Miscellaneous YOU LEARN to know a furnace like you do an automobile motor. Let our firm act as your furnace guardian. George Holtzbauer, phone 83, plumbing, heating and sheet metal work. 47 BOYS and Girls—Tell Mom and Dad you prefer Poll-Parrott shoes. Clever styles, always comfortable and correct for your growing feet. At Kresensky's. 47 FOR FACTORY authorized May- tng Washer service, using genuine Maytag parts and oil, 24-hour service, tee Bjustrom's, Algona. 47 WILL PAY up to $50.00 for certain dates Indian Head cents, also up to $3.00 for certain dates present Lincoln Head cents. Send ten each (coin) for buying list.—The Hobby Shop, 1108 Centra], Fort Dodge, Iowa. 47-48* Transporting the nation's freight . . . carrying the nation's people . . . THE MILWAUKEE ROAD rpui transcontinental OLYMPIAN, X electrized ior 6S6 mountain mile*; the 1939 HIAWATHA, newest and greatest of super-speed ibeamUaeis— these are two leaders ot a great fleet oi bains. Their companions—and all principal Milwaukee Road bains— ve fli'y ffonHtitjoneii and carry finest modern equipment including Hiawatha-type coacltei. In freight service there are ia»t through bains between Chicago and Seftttle-Taconuk. ffifi* electric loco- motivei take thera across the Belt, Rocky, Bitter Root and Cascade Mountains on passenger bain schedules. All over the 11,000 mile system fast schedules provide lor prompt, dependable movements of freight in any classification and any quantity over a great part oj the nation. Convenient pick • up and delivery service lor shippers ol less than carload lots. Next time you travel or ship, tact the economy, convenience and satts- laction oi Milwaukee Bo*d service. MILWAUKEE J*OAD A HOME TOWN INDUSTRY Four Farms Sold By Algona Firm McDonald Land Co. of Algona arid Buft recently sold four farms. The G M. Thompson farm in Seneca was sold to W. ft Freeman, Algona, Edward Oreinert 120-acre unimproved farm near Fenton was sold to Mrs. Grace Muller, a quarter section highly improved farm two miles west of Whittemore known as the John Maahs farm was sold to Ed- ward Oremert, aria John Maahft was sold a nicety Improved 8£*cte farm know* as the Herman Vatidt farm. \ Lucille Coagrove Wed* Lucille Cosgrove, daughter and Mrs. W. S. Cosgrove of Wesley,, became the bride of Arthur Schiltz son of Mrs. Albert SchMtz, Thursday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley. IT'S COAT-TIME and WE HAVE THE COATS CHRISCHILLES STORE •New coats are arriving—the season's, most approved and wanted styles—in attractive colors of wine, green, as well as the very popular black, with and without fur, all exceptional values—all bargains at these low prices. If you are in the market for a warm, stylish winter coat—you owe It to yourself to see and try on these really luxurious garments. Warmly interlined with heavy fleece and lambs wool, elegantly finished by quality workmen, these coats represent the greatest values we have effered for years. Now is the time—THIS IS THE PLACE—to buy your new winter coat Priced $12.85 $17*95 $25*00 others up to $45.00 How About That Fur Coat? We stock the famous ANNIS fur eo*to—quality fur coata with a 50-year-old reputation behind them and a metropolitan, Eastern styling which makes them truly distinctive. In Australian seal. New Zealand beaver, caracul, Hudson seal and munkrat (in plain silver, golden and mink dyed)—here are the greatcut fur values in years. Buy now—BUY YOUR ANNIS FUR COAT HERE— where every garment is guaranteed by the 68-year old honesty of The Chrischille* Store. All 1938 Regular Chauffeur's Licenses EXPIRE December 31, 1938 / _ Renewal Applications for 1939 Chauffeur's Licenses will be accepted by the Examiners beginning at ONCE All penon* licensed u* chauffeur* for 1088 will appear in person, preaenUng their 1938 chauffeur'* license to the examiner who will accept their application for renewal a* provided in «ec- Uou 228, chapter 134, 47 Ui General Assembly, a« follow*: Section 228, expiration of chauffeur's license. Every chauffeur's license Issued hereunder shall expire December 31st each year and shall be renewed annually upon application and examination and payment of the fees required by law, provided that the department in its discretion may waive the examination of any such applicant previously licensed as a chauffeur under this chapter. Penan not Uaetued a* » chauffeur for 1038 and rnaklnir WpUcatfoa f« » chauffeur 1 * Ucen»c on or be/ore December tfajrty-fir»t will be fawned a 1038 chauffeur'* license which can be < Sheriff Casey Loss KwMtn County Court House, Algona, Iowa ,i

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