The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1938 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1938
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The Algona tapper Des Motii^B, Algbflft,loi^ tfov. 29,1938 WEST BEND PAIR WED West Bend: Miss Yvonne John-' ston and Herbert NelHs were united In marriage in the Catholic rectory At Whlttemote, Wednesday morning at nine o'clock. Rev. Velt officiated. The bride wore a navy blue dress, embroidered in silver and wore a corsage of Georgia Hill roses. The bridesmaid, Mae Sloan, wore tt wine dress and wore a corsage of pink roses and sweet peas. The bride is the eldest daughter of MM. Bertha Johnston and is a graduate of the West Bend high school and is at present employed by Hakes & Co. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nellls and came to West Bend last March from Whittemore and is employed In his father's pool hall. They will make their home with the bride's mother, Mrs. Bertha Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs and family and Mrs. Bernice Bowles spent Thanksgiving at G. L. Vohs. Algona with the Mrs. August Traub had as her Thanksgiving guests all of her children and grandchildren. They all reside in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson left Thursday morning for Des Motnes to eat Thanksgiving turkey at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Foley and family. Quentin Kongsbach came home on Wednesday night from West Branch to spend his vacation with his rn^th- er, Mrs. Alma Kongsbach and sister, Mrs. Frank Mikes. He teaches music In the West Branch school. Miss Esther and Otto Noeding came home" Wednesday evening from Dubuque, where they are attending the Dubuque University. Esther is a freshman and was selected to be In the capeDa choir. Otto Is a junior in the college. Louis of Irvingjton Had Perfect Aim The aim of Lotih Scheppman Is nearly perfect While picking corn with Engene Colwell near Irvingtoit, on Wednesday morning of last week, the pair saw a fox jnmp and start to ran away. The fox ran away from Colwell, but toward Scheppman. The latter grabbed an ear of corn, and gave it a hefty heave, hitting the fox behind the ears. The animal was stunned, and the boys killed It shortly thereafter, and collected the bounty. Doan Visitor Hurt Thanksgiving Day Doan: Kathryn Hutchison, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rae Hutchison of Waterloo, who came to spend Thanksgiving with her aunt, Mrs. Bryan Asa, suffered a fractured arm and dislocated elbow and sprained ankle when her sister, Mary, pushed her as they were coming down from the hay mow, and she fell twisting her ankle. She was taken to the hospital, where she was cared for and returned to her home In Waterloo that evening. Will Spend Winter At Irvington Home Irvington: Mrs. John Zink of Waterloo arrived recently at the Frank Asa home where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Asa Is her daughter. Other guests at the Asa home for Thanksgiving wer<5 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beck and Nels Beck. The Ralph Lages had as their house guests on Thanksgiving the Elmer Dyes of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and their children of Seneca, and the Harvey Christensens of Rlr&sted. SWEA CITY CAGERS WIN 3 STRAIGHT Swea City: With three straight wins to their credit, the Swea City high school basketball team expects to be In fine form when they meet Tltonka on the home floor tonight. 'After splitting a doubleheader with Thompson last week, the local cag- ers had no difficulty in swamping Burt 40 to 12, Tuesday night, using mostly second string men after the half. The junior high team played a close game with the Burt juniors winning by 8 to 7. Thus far, Swea City and Rlng- sted head the State Line conference with a perfect standing. The game with Tltonka will Tie a conference game. Mrs. Reynolds, 83, Passes at Titonka Titonka: Mrs. Myrlah Reynolds, 83 years of age, died at her home in Titonka, early Sunday morning from a heart ailment, Mrs. Reynolds, an old resident of Titonka, is survived by a son, Frank, with whom she has made her home for years, and Charles of Iron River, Wis., besides a number of grandchildren. One son and one daughter preceded her in death. Christmas Specials USED CARS That Say It With Value! Used Car Value is what counts more than just price. But when you trade with a dealer of long standing, known for good values and get a good price in the bargain, then you're getting "A Good Deal for Your Money." Our used ear values are not surpassed—and our guarantees are sound and liberal. RECONDITIONED CARS '37 Ford '60' tudor heater, defroster $445 '37 Ford'85'Tudor __$475 '37 Ford '85' Coupe heater, defroster $485 '36 Ford Deluxe Fordor $385 '36 Chev. Master Dlux Sedan, heater $380 '36 Chev. Master Dlx Coach, heater $360 '34 Chev. Master Coach $225 '34 Terraplane Coach $175 COMMERCIAL CARS - TRUCKS '38 Ford pickup, heater, defroster _$495 '37 Ford pickup, heater, defroster _ _$425 '36 Ford pickup, heater, defroster _ _$250 '36 Ford Truck, LWB, new rear tires, with grain box, stake sides $375 '35 Chev. Truck, dual whels, LWB $225 '35 Ford SWB Truck, single tires _ .$215 Perhaps your present car or truck will make the down payment. Easy Terms on Balance—Let's Trade. Kent Motor Co. AUJOXA, JOU'A Sales Service The Algona Auction Co. We are here to nerve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. Dot*. :t IJou't forget MI- will run our regular Saturday Sales. For this coming Saturday sale, u<> h»vi- li»U-d SOI.IK K o«il milk cowb and bonie good joung <-atUe, uiso sum.- K ocxl ft-.-dijn; pigs wt. about 50 to 80 pound,. Will havi- a cood liiu- up oil boars of all bm-ds. W«- u*e rxprctiiiK soim- (food i-wo, and if you havu any live clock to wll, bring it as we have all kinds of buyers here every week. ReniemJM-r ue Mil by head or by the pound. <jet them in eiirly so the buyer can h ee them. MACHJNERy Remember that \ve handle the full line o( Ma»!»ey-Ha.rii, Mueiiinery. Open Every Day. Sale Barn phune 77, R*-s. Phone 3F22. ou Htock at 1:30 p. in. I . O* RIDDLE & SOX Operator and Auctioned fcitart Algonian's Nephew Is Nat'l 4-H Winner A nephew of Antone Johnson of Algona, Myron Johnson of Boone, aged 20, won tha Wilson national 4-H record book contest for the United States, and a trip to Chicago, $300 In a scholarship and a gold watch. He Is in his second year at Iowa State College. He is also the first lowan to ever win the honor. Myron had been keeping record book for ten years. a 4-H , Ex-Burt Resident Dies Burt: Burt relatives have received news of the death of Mrs. Flora Sheldon Baars, a former Burt resident, at Puyallup, Washington, on Nov. 16, from cancer. Irviiigton Farmer Builds New Chicken Home, Corn Crib Irvitigton:-.Cafl Hutching has erected a new chicken house that will accommodate about sts hundred laying hens. The Hutchlns were somewhat delayed with their corn picking due to lack of corn crib space. However, now carpenters have completed a crib and they are busy with their corn picker. A nice size crowd attended the program given by the pupils In the school of district No. 5 of Irvington township a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sktlllng entertained the James Devine family on Thanksgiving day for dinner. Mr. Devine Is a brother of Mrs. Skiil- Ing. Miss Marion Jones of Duncan, Iowa, was a week end guest of her friend, Dorothy Mawdsley. Last year both girls were roommates at Ames. Miss Mae Knoblock of Waterloo visited on Thanksgiving day with\ ler aunt, Mrs. Byron Asa north of Sexton. Several years ago the Knoblock family were tenants for Edward Mawdsley and the Knoblock daughters were enrolled as students n district No. 4 school. Mrs. Mary Crentiss of Fergus Tails, Minn., has ben a recent house ruest of Mrs. Armour Lemkee and left recently for Seattle, Washing ton, where she will spend the win ter. The Lemkee family were Thanksgiving day guests at the Hen ry Amans at Algona. A number of Irvington's teachers and students returned to their respective homes for the holiday Donald Frankl came from Sioux City, Georga Anne Geigel came from Gushing; Edmund Capesius from Ames; Dorothy Mawdsley from Drake, while Evelyn Capesius returned home from Fort Dodge. Ruth Black came back from Mai- HOST OF THANKSGIVING DAY AND END VISITORS AT FENTON Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch were at the Harold Goetsch home. Frank Bailey and family were at the Dr. A. Whitlows, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Art Volgt and family were at the Robert Bleckwenn home In Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eigler and daughter, Mary Jane, were at the Paul Elglers. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Long and children were at the W. L. Reason- era, Rodman, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman and daughter, Donna Jean of Lakota were at the Albln Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Dei-wood Kern and son were at the Chas. Bllghtofi home, Emmetsburg, for Thanksgiv- croft, were at the Herman Gade hotfte. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Wld- del and son, Duane, •(rare supper guests of the Oades. Mr. and Mrs. ft Loobs entertained Thanksgivnlg Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Weldno McFarland of Bancroft, Martha Schutt of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Renfrew. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Davis of Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker and daughter, Elinor Ann of Lester Ttanl w«ii« SWEA CITY NEWS Cashier A. J. Bllsborough returned .to his post at the bank last Wednesday after a week's absence witft Influenza. Fred Berggren substituted for him at the bank. Immanuel Lutheran congregation held its annual Thanksgiving dinner at the Luther Hall last Thursday with a good number attending. A church business meeting occupied the ofternoon. The Ladies Guild will meet on Friday with Mesdames D. W. Fults, ing. lard and her sister, Evelyn, a student at Cedar Falls, was also pres- the parental Paul Black Roberta and Marguerite ent at home. Skilllng also spent the week 'end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R Skllling. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Farmers Hybrid seed corn. Why pay more when you can get the best quality certified seed available at the following prices: edge drop, $6.50 bushel; medium hill, $5.50 bushels; large hill, $4.50 bushels-Charles Hlldman, So. Wesley, H. B. Seeley, Algona, Emil Stoffei. Algona, Rt. 2, Earl Elberts, Whittemore, authorized dealers ol Farmers Hybrid. 48-49* FOR .SALE—A good improved 250 acre farm near Corwlth. Can glv< possession March 1, 1939. —C. W NIcoulin, Algona, Iowa. 47-4f FOR SALE—A few Duroc Jersey boars.—C. E. Slgsbce, phone 12 on 96, Burt, Iowa. 43 FOR SALE—Purebred Spotted 3 oland China boars and gilts sired by Marvelous Dam by Radium (rand Champion of Iowa and Nebraska, weight 280 Ibs.—H. E, Cummins, Dickens, Iowa. 47-49* FOR SALE—Purebred spotted mnle hogs. Cholera immune. Some new breeding.—M. L. Barton, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 46-52* FOR SALE—Duroc boars.—P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock. Iowa. 45-tf FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, fall and spring. Large group to choose from—Joseph A. Show, Wesley. 39, 41, 43, 45, 4T, 49, 51* burning furnaces. Call O. T. Solberg, Cities Service distributor, phone 122 or 88-W, Algona. 48 For Rent FOR RENT—Suite of three heated office rooms formerly occupied by Dr. L. G. Baker. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 47 Elsie Bleckwenn, teacher at Randalla, spent Thanksgiving vacation with her mother, Mrs. Sophie Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel drove :o Wells, Minn., early Thanksgiving "or a visit until Sunday with Mrs. fewe~s mother. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and daughters, of Ceylon, Minn., Ella Cyhl of Mason City were at the parental Robert Kyhl home. Mr. and MIJS. Albert Mitchell and family left Thursday for Prim-' jhar for a visit with Mrs. Mitchell's sister and family. Bertha Huskamp and Vernon Perfect of Chicago came Thanksgiving morning to visit until Sunday at the E. A. Hwkamp home. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber entertained Mrs. Stoeber's sister and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laffey and sons of Armstrong, Thanksgiving. Joe Helgevolds were at the Henry Berghofers for dinner and the Berg- hofers were evening guests at hte Edgar Baumanns in Rlngsted. At the E. C. Fauerbys were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dreyer, Mrs. F. Schendel and two sons, Emil and Julius of the Fairville vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. K. Smith and son, Wallace, and Gladys Stoeber were at the H. C. Mclroy home in Nashua. Mrs. Mclroy is a sister of Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and daughter, Marlerte, left Thanksgiving day for Klemme for a visit until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schoenwetter. The Carl Kerns entertained Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern and family of Sexton and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mellis and Rosemary of Renwick, Molnes were at the W. J. Welsbrods. R. P. Bronleewe and Miss Lydia Eckholm as hostesses. The program „» m.iafa will consist of stereoptlcon pictures ing guests i 6n ft mjss!onary 8ub j ect Florence Anderson of Swea City Mf - and Mrs. Roy Vatvick and Thanksgiving. Bertha Huskamp and Vernon FOR RENT— Two heated offic rooms over Moe & Sjogren store Can be rented as a suite or separate ly-— Haggard & Peterson. Inquir Algona Upper Des Moines office. 35 FOR RENT— Tr house, close In, $25 month. Gronwall, 211 W. Call. modern Nel 48 Wanted MAN OR WOMAN wanted to han die distribution of famous Wat kins Products in Algona. Beautiful Christmas box assortments bring big extra profits now. No investment. Write J. R. Watkins Company, D-54, Winona, Minn. 48* 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 !o., Box EJ, Winona, Minn. FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars, new blood.—Marean Larson, Rlngsted. 39 tf FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons, typing paper, clasp envelopes, at The Algona Upper Des Motnes office. FOR SALE—Claap envelopes, strong, brown manilla; all sizes. At The Algona Upper Des Moines 45 . tf SALE -Two Purebred Poland China hoars. Fall yearlings. O. A. taabs, Algona, phone 11F5. 48» _ FOR SALE—»0 Spotted Poland China boars. 3 white ones, good ones. —Anton Vammen, Ringsted, Iowa, 4 rniles north, 1 mile west of Fenton. 48-49* FOR SALE -Black Poland China boars.—Wm. Maasdam, 4 miles N. W. LuVerne, 4 miles S. E. Oal- braith. 48-49-50* FOR SALE -Dressed turkeys and chickens. Call Leo McEnroe, phone 'ifiC^OI . „ . 30F21. 48' POLL-PARROT SHOES We give special care to fitting children's shoes. Poll-Parrotts give room and comfort. And how they wear. At Kresensky's. EXTRA VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS '36 Chev. coach, clean, with heater and defroster— $m. '35 Ford standard 2-door, heater, defroster- $265. '35 Ponliac deluxe sedan, radio heater and defroster $425. '35 Buick sedan, heater and defroster $425. '.J7 Oldsmobile B. deluxe sedan, 6 wheels, radio, heater, defroster $TT5. '•'«J Pont I.-ic (j deluxe 2-door sedan, radio, heater, defroster $495. "M Ponliac k deluxe sedan, radio, heuter. defroster .}. r jM. '.'iri Buick deluxe st-dan, heater and defroster $049. Set- these car bargains before you buy. liberal terms and trades B1KUM-OLSON Co. Your Buick Dealer Phone 121 Algona, la. 48' FI'KL OIL rBKKS ATTENTION To i-orrtct any oilier impression you miiy have had told you, we rc- M.-ive<J our .sixth carload of Cities Service fuel oil Monday, and it ia tiuw on th<; truck. We are ready for Ujimtdiaic delivery, of genuine freah. Citit-H K-rv^.t fuel oil for oii 48' WANTED—Man to go into an ntabllshed profitable business without Investment. No signers requlr- id. Car necessary. Write S. P. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 48-50* 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 4'.»',?. interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M. P. Haggard, Algona. 38-43' 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 For Your Car LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-ff WE HAD A WIRE from Santa Glaus—he wants D-X gas and Diamond motor oil when he gets to Algona. He'll get it at Johnson's D-X Station. 48 AROUND TOWN they say—we really give more service than Is expected. That's all right; we're tickled to see you and try to outdo ourselves. (Champlin.) — Stewart's Service 48 Loat-Pound LOST- Bunch of keys on McGregor street, between my home and farm near Hobarton school. Reward.- I. Werncrt, Algona. 48* Miscellaneous •erfect of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Serwood Eigler and son, were the Thanksgiving guesta at the E. A. luskamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago drove :o Mason City Wednesday evening .o bring home their twin daugh- :ers, Leona and Lillian, for their Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Renfrew were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Geo. Mlenke home. They expected to leave Monday for their new home in Calvin, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter, Edith and Esther Larsen, the latter of Rlngsted, drove to Cedar Falls, Saturday, where the girls will enroll in a 12 weeks' course. Mr. and Mrs. U E, Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. a E. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick, S. W. White and Zena Holmes all of Llvermore ! were at the Ed Relmers home for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Carrie Haase, Pearl, and Gall of Algona, and Earl of Ban- visited from Wednesday to Thursday evening at the Wilfred Stoeb- ers ana on Friday, Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Anderson and children ol Williams, Iowa, Visited there, returning home on Saturday. Mrs. Mary Mittag entertained Helen Borchardt of Freeman, Neb., Wednesday. Miss Borchardt arrived Tuesday and on Thursday she accompanied Fred Wolters to points In western Iowa, wherry/they will visit Mr. Wolters' brother and family. . . , t The B. C. Luedtkes entertained at dinner on Thanksgiving: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert and sons of Lotto Creek and Mrs. Albert Schumacher. Su^jrer guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Pompe nad daughter of Hampton. '""" v Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber had Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, and Florence Anderson of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and children and Mrs. Bassett all of Algona. Mrs. Bassett remained for a visit until Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Mary Mittag were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and family, Mr and Mrs. Fred Meyer, James and t Marilyn, Mrs. Lena Pompe of M. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pompe I and daughter, Darlene, of Hampton. I Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten and daughter, Marcella, Mrs. Flora Schlei and sons, Kermit and Melvin, Klemme; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and daughter, Lucille and Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and daughter, Marlene were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Ed Schlei Borne. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons and family of Fairmont, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Jentz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hljrley and daughter, all of Fairmont, Mrs. G. H. Hanna and daughter, Myrtle, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller and children were all the Thanksegiving dnlner guests at the Thanksgiving dinner guests at the A. H. Hanna home. Everett Hannas were supper guests. son, Ervin and E. C. Peterson and daughter, Lucille were Thanksgiving guests of the Ormund Ottersons at Wlnnebago. Mrs. Otterson is the former Vivian Peterson. Mrs. Martin Dahl entertained a group of ladies at a coffee party on Friday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mary Walker Witte, who came from Mason City Thursday to be present at the silver Wedding anniversary of the James Montgom- erys on Sunday. Rev. George Sather of Eagle Grove. preached Sunday morning and evening at the Baptist church here. The evening sermon dealt with his experiences during a ten- year stay In China as a missionary. Rev. R. P. BrOnlaewe, the local pastor, started a 'hree-weeks' series of meetings In the Eagle Grove Baptist church the same day. Ramon Olson, theological studen' from Minneapolis, filled the pupllt at the Bethlehem Lutheran church Sunday morning. The church Is temporarily without a pastor, following the acceptance of a char°-« at Big Fork, N. D., by the Rev. R. W. Boade. The local congregation and that at Armstrong are UsIUtHjr served by the tame minister. . Thaijkssrlvintf day guests In Swe» City homes included the following: from out of tdwn: the Claude Splek- ers. Sioux Falls, S. D., at the D. W, Fults home; Mrs. Sylvia Lanning, Algona, at the Walter a. Smiths; : and at the George K. tfelsons Were the Nels Nelsons, Spencer, Paul Nelsons of Mason City and Mrs.. Hagge and Leo and Wm. Nelson and: the Oliver Maklestads, Forest City. 'The August X. Petersons entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Klelnker of Emmetsburg, the W> 2. Longs and H. W. Taylors, Spencer, and Mrs. Mae Trusty and son, Kermit of Armstrong, \\ i Remains Sen^t For Burial in So, Dakota The body of Mrs. Aaltje Hardylr, 76, who died at the home of her son, Jacob, last week, was shipped from. Algona to Delmont, S. D.,-.for burial.-: She was born in 1862 In Holland. Four sons survive her, Henry of Delmont, S. D., Anton, Lytton and' Mike of, (! Armour, Si D., and J. G.. of Algona. LuVerne Woman At ; Army-Navy Game ; LuVerne: Mrs.V.H«leilie. ; Traager left last week Monday for; Philadelphia where she waa to attend.the Awny-Navy footer'gfiWe fHMler son,.jRobert, a midshipman at Annapolis. She planned to make art extensive visit fn the east, making; her longest stay at WaUontown„ Pa. Visitors from Utah Tltonka: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Larsen of Salt LaRe'Clty, Utah, visited from Wednesday until Sunday at the Bill Peterson home. Rewrites Of News From Last Thursday's Kossuth County Advance SKUNKS CROPPED up in news stories. Gene Colweil and Bercie Davis recently discovered a skunk under a barn in the Raney pasture near Irvington. They went back, ot a gun, returned and shot the skunk—only to discover tnat the animal had been dead for a long ime. Bob Watson caught a skunk n a trap and then to finish off the iob fired at the animal with a run. But Watson missed, and not mowing that his aim had been poor, opened up the trap. The skunk's aim was better, reports say. • * * HAROLD LAMPRIGHT purchased the new Herman Dau home on st Oak street, and the latter ilans to spend the winter in the south. • * * WHEN THEIR CAR missed a urn, Glen Yahnke and Vance Otey of Ledyard were injured and haken up, Sunday night a week i ago. Yahnke's head went through j he windshield. j • • • I MARRIED: Mabel Arlene, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeigler of Algona, and James E., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fickbohm of Whitemore, Tuesday of last week at the rectory of the Whittemore Catholic church. Kathnyn ifaxine, daughter of Mr. and Mr.a fames F. Devine of Algona, and Francis D. McNally of Emmetsburg at St. Cecelia's church, Wednesday morning. Gladys Paetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz of Algona, and Cyril Venteicher of Oaage, it St. Cecelia's Algona, Thanksgiv- ng morning. Edna Mae Lichtelg 'f Wesley to Ellott Waldschmidt at St. Joseph'* church in Wesley, Tuesday of last week. Abundant Production! Dried Fruit Feature I Santa Clara— *!zo*80-BO Prunes _________ lb. 5c 10 lb. box 53o Raisins. 4 lb. bag 25c Standard Quality Dried Apricots 21bs.35c Standard Quality Dried Peaches 2 Ibs. 23c California Figs 2 -8-oz. pkgs. 15c THE BEST COAT VALUES I IN ALGONA CHRISCHILLES &T0RE That's the remark we hear so often from customers who have searched not only in Algona, but many other surrounding cities for coats and then purchased a new one at this store. WILL PAY up to $50.00 for certain diiius Indian Head cents, also up to $3.00 for certain dates present Lincoln Head cents. Send ten each (coini for buying list. The Hobby -Shop. nog Central, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 47-48" SCHOOL SOCIAL A sotial and program will be held Friday, Dec. 2nd. at the new Plum Creek center school, district 6. LAuich will be aold. The public la cordially invited. Gonevieve Altwegg, teacher. 48* Card of Thanks We wish to sxqre»» our appreciation to Our neighbors, relatives and friends for the beautiful floral .ributea and many kindnesses ahown utAat the time of the death of our HOD and brother, Eugene—Mr. and Mrs. H. W. ZcM»et and family. 48» 4 Marriage Licenses Only four marriage licenses have jeen Issued recently at the clerk f court's office. Permits were is- ued to the following couples: Peter ". Hansen and Rose Fitch. Sexton; Louis Dudycha, Jr., and Vivian Hanon, Austin. Minn.; John F. Winter, Buffalo Center, and Cldays Hill, Bricelyn; Gary G. Behrends, Bode, and Nllu R. Burtis, Algona. Boys Camp in Tent Irvington: A canvas tent has recently been erected In the wood lot just eajst of the Irvlagton river bridge by the Woods boys who are devoting their time to trapping up and down the river. They are making the tent temporary headquarters. Green Giant No. 80S cann I Peas, 17oz.__2for29c| Del Mai* « ««. can» Niblets 2 for Del Mali cream ityle Corn 2 No. 303 ens 19c A. & P. Nut and Iced Rabin Bread 2-16oz loaf 19c White HOUMCI Evaporated Milk __4 tall cans 23c r.lnger Snaps 3 Ibs. 25c Sunnyflehl Flour 49 lb. bag $1.09 lona Peas _2 No. 2 cans 15c Crackers 2 lb. box 15c Crisco __3 lb. can 52c p. & o. Soap __101g. bars 36c A. & P. Whole Kernel Golden Bantam Corn 2 No. 2 cans 19c Pumpkin, 2% can lOc lona Green Cut Beans 4 No. 2 cna 25c Senecans Injured Bast Seneca: Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Kelson of Rings ted had the misfortune to upaet in their car north of Seneca Thursday afternoon. The cause was thought to be a faulty steering gear. Size 252 Navel Oranges _____ doz. 25c Size 96 Texa» Scedltwa Grapefruit __doz. 30c| Cranberries— 2 lb 35cj White Gold Pure Cane Sugar __ 10 lb. bag 52c 100 lb, bag Waldorf Soft-Wove Tissue -.4 rolls 19c Scot Pap«r Towels —2 roUs 19c P FOOD STORES! WE HAVE THE GREATEST COAT VALUES in this section of the country. By that we mean, we have the largest seletion (over 200 coats), tne most beautiful furs and the lowest prices, (quality considered). Our doth sport coats,(untriiumed) at $12.85 are constantly being compared to those which other stores are offering for $17.05, Our $25.00 coats are "the talk of the town." Tf you want real values —courteous /service and a big assortment—THIS IS YOUB STO»E. We are constantly getting in new stock. We have new c<iats coming in every day because we feel the c-(mi business is trou'i? to h" j/ood well into January No clean-ups or job-lots here-—only clean, desirable iitf)Mhandise. Untrimmed sport coats in luxurious i.laid-backs velamas, soft suitings $12.86 to $25.00. Richly trimmed furred coats—both sleeve and elaborate collar effects $17.95 to $45.00 BUY YOUB COAT NOW prices are so reasonable

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