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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona., Iowa, Nov. $9, 1938 FORMER ST. JOE COUPLE MARRIES Alphonse Hoxmeier, Eliaabeth. Klein spoke vows In Minnesota, Nov. 18th Bt Joe: Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Hbxmeier recently "received a letter from them also a newspaper clipping of their wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxmeler were both former employees in this community. They were married Nov. 18 at Watklns, Minn., and are now visiting relatives there. The clipping states the wedding of Elizabeth (known here by her friends as Betty) Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Klein, became the bride Of Alphonse Hox- meler son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoxmeler, Orleans, Neb., on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at St' Anthony's church at Watklns. Margaret Klein, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid. Albert Hoxmeler, brother of the groom, acted as best man and wore a navy blue suit, the same as that of the groom. Following the church services the bridal party and about 70 guests gathered at the bride's parental home, where the wedding breakfast was served and where the reception took place. Mr. and Mrs. Hoxmeler entertained many of their friends at a big wedding dance in Eden Valley, The bride Is a very refined young lady and is held in high esteem by all her acquaintances and friends. The groom is an Industrious young man and operates a farm at Orleans, Neb., where the young couple wil reside. Husking Vacation School students attending St Joseph's parochial high school were given a vacation last week so thai they might help husk corn. Due to bad weather not much corn was husked. The pupils will be asked to make up time on Saturdays. Ottosen Family Moving to Algona Ottosen: The O. P. C. met at Van Hansen home Friday afternoon, Nov. 18th. A good program! was given. A farewell was given to Mrs. Helen Shipley and daughters, Doris and Ruth. The Shipleys are moving to Algona. Aid Meets 30th The Lutheran Ladles' Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 30, at the church parlors with Mrs. George Satem and Mrs. Fred Benjamin, hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample of Algona visited at the LeRoy Meppe home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt visited at the Harry Chambers home at Corwlth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Nielsen and Ida Mae of near Bradgate spent Monday afternoon at the William Hammers. Trappers Attention BRING Hi TOCB FEB AND GET FULL, MARKET VALVE * If you have a large catch, phone us and we will have our man call on you. Joe Greenberg 24th year of fur buying in Kossuth County Phone 118 47-tf ARMSTRONG CLASS PLAY PRESENTED Armstrong: The local junior class play was presented Tuesday evening Nov. 22nd at the high school assembly. It was a three act play under the direction of Miss Margaret Henry. The cast of characters included Margie Smith, Calista Boland, Pearl Lane, Genevieve Thackery, Mavis Opsal, Alverda Twedt, Wayne Dale, Warren Davis, Carl Oelrich, Muriel Kuntz and Lloyd Houseman. The committees included: Posters —Leona Johnson, Mavis Burgess, Marjorie Caboth. Ardys Opsal and Myrtle Fox; tickets—Mavis Burgess and Thelma Anderson; ushers—Ardys Opsal, Clarice Peterson, Marjorie Caboth, Wilma Sampson, Margie Jonhson, Leona Johnson, Marjorie Harr, and Agnes Moore; programs—Agnes Welby, Johnson; bills—Clarice Bernadine Peterson, HOME AT WESLEY GETS A BOY; RANEYS GREET BABY GIRL Wesley: A 7H pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Loe- blg at the General hospital at Algona Sunday morning, Nov. 20th. The Loeblgs have one other child, Billy, who is two and a half years old and is now staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney became the parents of a baby girl weighing 7 pounds and two ounces in the Kossuth hospital at Algona on Saturday night This is their first child. To Entertain Clubs Mrs. J. L. Studer will entertain the members of her bridge club, on Wednesday, November 30. Mrs. J. L. Meurer will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday, Dec. 1. A sun porch is being built on cast side of the Francis Hauptman home. Mrs. Alfred Nelson was confined to her bed recently suffering from rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester visited their daughter, Leila in Ames a week ago. C. ALawIer of Minneapolis visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Vincent Daughn. Carl Thompson and daughter. Pearl of Ivanhoe, Minn., visited at the EM Loebig home last week. Arlene Studer spent a few days recently with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer at St Benedict Ben G. Studer planned to sell 10 head of his cattle at the Internat- ional Livestock exposition In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Blelch and daughter of Tltonka were Sunday visitors a week ago at the Tom ForVurger home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Muehe and family 6f Albert Lea, Minn., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe, Sunday a week ago. The Good Will circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will hold a rummage sale in the church basement, Saturday, December 3. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hansen. They were supper guests at the Ed Loebig home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley and family of Llvermore were visitors at his mothers, Mrs. Kate Kennedy, who was confined to her bed for several days last week with an attack of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Mathahs and son, Andrew and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mathahs and Mary Ann of Thornton'were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Harry Mathahs home a week ago. Angeline Immerfall of Avon, Minnesota, has been visiting relatives here and at St Benedict for the paat two weeks. Her father, Amandus Immerfalll, lived near here at one time. She has visited at the Mrs. Irene Studer, George Kelsh and Aif Studer homes here. Dick Helffiers, labor ____ 5.10 BoMford Lmbr. Co., mdse. 38.29 SWIMMING POOL FUND Thompson' Hayward Chem. Co., mdse. ------ 11.25 Kennedy & Par«on» Co.* mdse. ---------------- 28.73 DEPOSIT FUND F. K. Fafnum et al, refund 25.11 ., ADAH CARLSON, clerk - Wilma Sampson, Marjorie Harr and Verdell Larson. Miss Donna Miller visited Saturday evening with her friend, Marie Irmlter. Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Irwin were Friday evening visitors at the A. N. Hansen home. Miss Margaret Twedt, local junior high instructor, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Twedt at Estherville. The Armstrong boys' basketball teams were defeated Friday night at Burt The first team boys were defeated 14 to 11 and the second team 11 to 1 In the first game. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds bong distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or 'Htnage Equipped to do an Kinds of draying and hauling. Prominent Couple At Livermore Wed Llvermore: A wedding of interest to this community took place Thursday. Nov. 17th, at Blue Earth, Minn., when Pauline Lentsch, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lentsch and Theodore Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings were married. The Rev. Charles W. Reed, pastor of the M. E. church officiated, with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Llvermore, close friends of the couple as attendants. Following the ceremony which was performed at 5:30 in the evening, the group enjoyed a seven o'clock dinner which had been prearranged at a pretty cafe in Blue Earth. The couple returned to Livermore the same evening. The groom Is at the present time associated with his father and brother in the Jennings firm, and the couple will live in Livermore. The groom is a stockholder and director of the Livermore State Bank, and very active in the community affairs. SEED CORN Authorized Dealer for UillNSWBRIDl Iowa Com for any type of soil or conditions. I Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Hoiner Anderson 46-tf For Long Winter Evenings M\ 7Q QO tJ-JJ-JOL CHINKEE CHEK, the original, prices ANAGRAMS OC. ^ JC OC Cfl« -JJ-JUC PLAYING CARDS priced at Double Decks ____________________ 69cto$1.25 Five Suit Bridge ____________________ 65c to 90c Also Dominoes, < 'lieriver.s, I*oker Chips, Cribbage Boards, t-tc. MOUTH ORGANS— The best and largest line in Algonu. \Ve sjK-riulize on lloliiier Harmonicas, none better made. LUSBY'S Portland 4-H Girls Elect Viola Trenary As New President Portland; The Portland Peppy Pals 4-H girls' club elected officers Saturday at a meeting held at the Tony Jandl home. Viola Trenary was elected president; Betty Stewart, vice president; Margaret Ringsdorf, secretary-treasurer; Marilyn Long, reporter, and Ruth McFarland and LaVonne Ringsdorf, historians. Wires Tenant House Ray McWhorter has had the small tenant house on the home farm wired, and the James Hudson family moved in the first of the week from another of the McWhorter farms west of the home farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, Algona. were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. R. S. McWhorter. Joe Zanke was taken home Sunday after ten days at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. He is doing nicely. Mary Jandl and a nephew, Matt Sczerence, West Bend, were guests last week Thursday at the Tony Jandls. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunlevy, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pryor of near Kansas City, Mo., were last week Thursday guests at the Martin Beckers. Mr. Dunlevy is a brother and Mrs. Pryor is a sister of Mrs. Becker. Mr. Pryor is retired from railroad employ and Mr. Dunlevy is foreman of the Fort Dodge waterworks. Father-Son Banquet ! Held at Corwith ' Corwith-Fairview: The annual I Father and Son banquet waa held I !ajt week Monday evening at the i Legion hall. The banquet was spon- ! sored by the Corwith Boy Scout 1 troop No. 5«. Dinner was served at ; &:VJ U. 120. ! The Rev. Karl W. G. Hiller was ' ri-ai'.tr of ceremonies and the fol- ; Iwir.g program was givtn: Music : by orchestra directed by J. Worth i Miller; itlecUon by a male qoar- | tttte composed of Harry Caidwell, j J. Worth Miller, Terry Long and j J Sidolf; "The Scout Neckerchief by Troop No, M; "The Home Road CITY BILLS October 27, 1938. The City Council met at the City Hail in regular session with Uie mayor and all the councilman present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Aproprlatlng ordinance No. 487 was passed. APP. ORDINANCE 487 ELECTRIC FUND Leo Bellock, salary | F. C. Dailey, salary F. C. Dailey, labor Tom Halpin, salary Walter Gorman, salary H. E. Stephenson. salary. Ray Barton, salary C. Wright, salary Adah Carlson, salary 3ertha E. Johnson, labor- Harold Roth, labor Toe Kelly Jr., labor Wayne Stephenson, labor- Chester Webb, labor . lyner Helmers, labor •"ulton Iron Works, mdse. Jrorm Instr. Co., mdse... West. •Elec. Mfg. Co., service 244.80 Gen. Elec. Sup. Corp., mdee. 166.02 Gen. Elec. Co., compensator 101.00 Gen. Elec. Co., mdse. W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Iowa Mocb, & Sup. Co.,' 70.00 70.00 51.91 67.50 67.50 65.00 65.00 42.50 70.00 17.50 52.80 38.40 46.89 45.90 2.70 1225.00 100.00 November 10, 1938. The City Council met at City Hall in adjourned session, Mayor Specht in chair. The councilmen present were White, Harris, Hawcott & Huenhold. Absent Overmyer and Kohlhaaa. The following bills were allowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND Leo Bellock, salary ----- 70.00 F. C. Dailey, salary ,__i_ 70.00 Tom Halpin, salary ----- 67.50 Walter Gorman, salary ._ 67.50 C. C. Wright, salary _____ 42.30 H. E. Stephenson, salary. 65.0t) Ray Barton, salary ______ 65.00 Harold Roth, salary , _____ 62.80 Adah Carlson, salary ____ 70.00 Wayne Stephenson, labor. 43.20 Joe Kelly Jr., labor _____ 38.40 Ernst Thlel, labor ______ 30.64 Bertha Johnson, labor „ 4.20 H. 0. Nail, labor ________ 12.50 Paul Willey, labor ______ 9,45 Robert Nail, labor ______ 7.20 Shell Pet Corp, fuel ____ 769.55 Milwaukee, freight ______ 230.43 R'y Express, express ---- 5.57 H. W. Post, freight _____ 6.07 Western Union, service — 2.05 WATER FUND Frank Ostrum, salary ___ 65.00 Harry Barton, salary — 65.00 Earl Bowman, labor ----- 52.80 Laura Mitchell, salary — 66.00 Vern Scobba, labor ------ 8.66 Dick Helmers, labor ____ 6.63 Ryner Helmers, labor — 1.35 Milwaukee, freight ______ 366.18 County Treasurer, taxes - 4.24 GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 61.00 Arthur Moulds, salary ___ 66.00 Cecil McGinnis, salary „ 60.00 Alvla Hill, labor ________ 2.80 Jesse Lafihbrook, salary _ 70.00 Elliott Skilllng, man and team ---------------- 65.06 Willard Gregson, man and team ---------------- 43.89 Oliver Bakken, labor ____ 44.66 Geo. Gunder, labor ------ 43.51 John Helmers, labor ____ 44.66 Chas. Harvey, labor _____ 9.24 Herman Lyons, labor — 7.70 Dick Helmers, labor ____ 16.43 Ryner Helmers, labor ---- 16.43 Vern Scobba, labor ------ 16.43 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND C. Wright, salary ____ 22.50 DEPOSIT FUND Vic Loughbrldge et al, refund ----------------- 10.00 - SEWER FUND Dick Helmers, labor ____ 27.33 Ryner Hslmers, labor ___ 21.15 Vern Scobba, labor _____ 16.65 The meeting was adjourned. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. 1.44 7.25 278.16 1162.81 7.70 30.73 45.91 mdse. —„ Midwest Suit. Co., mdse. North Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. T. B. Robertson Prod. Co., mdse. Iowa Blind Prod. Co., mdse. ' _ n.9i Shell Pet. Corp., jrafl, oil. 383.88 Johnson Oil Ref Co., goe, oil 234.32 M. St. P. & P. Ry. freight -- _. 483.19 Socony-Vac. Oil Co., lub. oil 227.11 West Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. 12.51 Mall Iron Range Co., mdse. 85.01 Remington Rand, mdse. .. 1.02 Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 161.83 Botsford Lmbr. Co., mdse. K. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Pratt Elec. Co., mdse. ... K. D. Jamee, mdee. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Lalng & Muckey, mdse. .. G. F. Towne, mdse. fresco Union Elec. Co., signs Tom Frankl, gas Skelly Oil Co., gas .V. W. Bell Tel. Co., serv.. Thorpe Wood Worka, rep. Algona Greenhouse, mdee. Algona Laundry, laundry H. W. Past, freight WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary Frank Ostrum, salary Ijaura Mitchell, salary Earl Bowman, labor Dick Helmers, labor Ryner Helmers, labor Verne Scobba, labor Don Palmer, labor Buffalo Mtter Co., mdse.- Geo. H. Snell Co., mdge..- Mueller Co., mdse. Leighton Sup. Co., mdse.. H. W. Post, freight R'y Express Agcy., express Skelly Oil Co., gas Thorpe Well, 3rd eat. Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary Arthur Moulds, salary _. by a double quartette directed by f.'fccil McGinn!-, salary .. Mi** E-iherSruilh; addreiwi by Earle'N'fcLaon & Lending, rent -K. Behrends, chief ficout executive (it Winntbago area; vocal solo by Lowell Kaivig. Betty Johnson is visiting at the home of her family, lira. C. L. Ljjn- j ing anii family at Raddjffe. i Mr.>. Bertha Holdenhauer andj I Mfi Armond Tabb were dinner I gutiUi at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I C;ui To-ATjfc at Algona last Thurs( iay. Arthur Larson and children, Barbara and Jimrnie of SoUotrg visited with friends at C'orwith last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Larson v.-ho formerly operated the K. & H. oil station here, in manager of an elevator at Solsberg. Among those from Corwith to attend a banquet at the Ajgona Baptist church were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prey arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bogard, Miss Portia Johnson, Miss Sylvia Stilion, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glawe arid family, John Puffer and Mr, and Mrs. Armond Tabb. Mrs. M. C. Cody arrived here a week ago to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John O'Neill, after having spent the summer with her daughter at Williamsburg, Iowa. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., eerv.- Miro Flex Co., mdse. J W. Neville, md.se. Koblhaas & Spilles, md_e. Foster Furn. Co., mdse. -- g Grot:., ind.se. Laebbrook, isai. Klllott Skilling, latKir ... Willard Gregeon, labor _Oliver Bakken, labor fJs.-'/rge Guuder, labor John Helmers, labor Eric N'elson, labor M. St. p. freight & P. R'y. Miller Lumber Co., KohlbaaH it Spilles, rndse. V. S. Norton & Son, md&e. liutfeford Ijjjbr. Co., mdse. Laiiig & Muckey, mdse. -- c. A. Heard, rep. Kent Motor Co.. rep. Dutch. Super Serv., gus- Bert \Vbitmarsh. labor _Algona U. U. M., printing Mrs sal. Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent ...- Ko.-isutb Motor Co.. md»e. FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, wUary ____ Algona Fire Co., _erv. ___ SEWER FUND Vern Scobba, labor ------ 2.50 11.04 12.33 .36 14.10 29.53 6.18 1.97 1.02 10.40 17.41 20.10 25.50 12.30 16.43 65.00 65.00 55.00 52.80 25.40 26.78 22.28 6.30 67.1'J 6.06 2.82 58.91 1.83 2.02 4.81 1500.00 12.19 61.00 55.00 50.00 10.42 3.32 17.S8 2.5U 2.45 3.06 4.76 70.00 62.37 43.12 43.89 40.81 43.12 17.60 38.45 6.63 7.93 142.41 77.31 63.30 8.00 6.07 21.22 14.71 25.00 6.13 20.00 25.0.') 13.67 22.50 242.00 3.03 FACE to FACE, Your Mileage Merchant can frankly give you these same straight reasons for positive winter starting and big oil savings with your engine OIL-PLATED... more than an oil-change! S EE how refreshing it is, the way Your Mileage Merchant—-here in the paper and at his Conoco station—backs up his statements about Germ Processed oil. It brings you more than an oil-change, be- caus% right after it is pumped up from the crankcase like any oil, it does something any oil cannot do. Energized by the Germ Process— patented—it bonds to every working part and stays up lastingly in the form of OIL-PLATING. Even grindstones can scarcely remove OIL-PLATING, so it certainly cannot drain down while your ear stands cold—no matter how long. Therefore the instant you want to start up, every engine part swiftly and suely slides into action on its ready OIL-PLATING—the lubricant that plainly can't be held back by any cold; that can't hold back your battery. The quick starts tell you there's no grinding wear in your OIL-PLATED engine. It won't get hoggish with your Conoco Germ Processed oil, another good straight reason for you to change to Your Mileage Merchant today. CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL OIL-PLATING OUARANTIID to lubrlcot* b»for» any ell can circulate Wray Service Tank wagon phone 91-W Algona Harris Bros Service Station Algona Maahs One-Stop Service Whittemore Haynes Conoco Station Wesley AUCTION As I am quitting fanning arid intend to move to Emmetsbiirg, where I have bought a half interest in a machine works, I will offer for public sa le the following described property on— Monday, December 5 i at my place located four miles east and three miles north of Algona, at corner of new center school, or three and one-half miles east and five south of Burt, SALE STARTING AT 1 O'CLOCK. Lunch will be served by the Doan Ladies' Aid. 3 - HORSES - 3 Bay mare, 8 yrs. old, weight about 1,500; black gelding, smooth mouth, weighing about 1,300; bay 2-year old gelding. 13 -CATTLE -13 "Esterman 4th" Black Angus registered bull, age 23 months; "Blackcap Luca", Black Angus registered heifer, bred Sept. 1 to above named bull; seven good milk cows, 4 milking now, 3 due to freshen by sale date; four calves. 7 - HOGS - 7 Beven sows, not bred. 6 - SHEEP - 6 Three ewes; three lambs, two of which are ewes. 50 MIXED HENS and PULLETS TERMS: Cash, or see your banker before day of sale. FARM MACHINERY Good, 2-wheel trailer with triple box; regular Farnmll tractor with special spade lug wheels; McC-ormick-Deering tractor cultivator to fit regular P-20 or P-30 tractors, used two seasons, good as new; McCormick-Deering 10-foot binder complete with power takeoff attachments in good condition. AleComiick-Deering corn planter with 160 rods wire, planted 110 acres; two MeCormick- Deering 10-foot discs; two bottom McCormick- Deering plow; spreader; John Deere mower, 3 years old, good as new; Letz 10-inch burr feed grinder, in good shape; extra good hay rack with trucks; two wagon boxes; sled. Endgate seeder; hay rake; hay stacker and buck; single row cultivator; surface cultivator; sulky plow; Hudson tank heater; set breeching harness; grindstone; Melotte cream separator. MISCELLANEOUS Two 400-budiel slat cribs; 80 bushels velvet barley; feed bunk; cooling tank; Martin brooder stove; 5 gallon galvanized heated fountain and other articles too numerous to mention. M. A. HAUENSTE IN u~...^»» <-»«»<, R«.«L. r-i^-i, ^^ w m up Security State Bank, Clerk Colwell Bros., Auct*.

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