The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1938 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1938
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The Algofla, tf_»j>er #68 Moifl^A^^^Joii^J6^|^i^ $54 RAKED BY , WESLEY IN RED CROSS CAMPAIGN , Legion Sponsors Campaign; Part of Fund to ; be Used for Small Pox, f Diptheria Immunization Wesley: In the annual Red Cross drive sponsored by the American Legion, this year, a total of $54 was collected. Around $20 were used in P. T. A. small pox vaccination and diphtheria inranizatlon. Mrs. L. L. Lease Is chairman. Back From Chicago Joe Matern and Rudy Larson returned home Wednesday morning from Chicago, where they had attended the International Livestock Show since Sunday. THlte Loebtg Hostess Mrs. Tillie Loeblg entertained the members of the Royal Neighbor camp at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Zack Gibson and Mrs. John Ormsby and daughter, Eileen of Britt, who are still members of the Wesley camp, also attended. Study Club Meets Mrs. Arlo Dawson was hostess to the Study club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Erdman gave a travelogue on her recent trip to the Ozarks. A Christmas party will be held at the Vincent Daughn home on December 15. Mrs. H. J. Braley accompanied Mrs. L L. Lease to Forest City on Tuesday. Mrs. J. T. Meurer entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Dec. 1st WINS REPRIEVE — Iowa City, Iowa: Walter H. Rhoades, convicted in April 1937, of killing his wife, won a new lease on life Tuesday when the Iowa supreme court reversed his conviction and remanded the case to a new trial. Trappers Attention BRING IN YOCB FUR AND GET FULL MARKET VALUE 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 Mrs. Ole Flom was hostess to the Priscllla Phoebe society Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root of Ventura called on their son. Lael Root and family Wednesday. Clare McCall went to Cedar Falls Sunday where he has entered the Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs. H. H Raney and baby daughter, Julia May. returned home from the Kossuth hospital. Algona, Tuesday. Mae Sherman of St Paul and Mrs. Louis Gibson of Chicago spent Thanksgiving Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sherman. Mrs. Ed ffildman and Mrs. George Hildman were hostesses to the Catholic missionary society which met in their rooms Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Sherman accompanied the L. A. Materns of Algona to Des Moines to spend Thanksgiving Day with Mary Sherman and other relatives. RADIO Service Ed Genrich AT RJUSTRoM'S Phone 620-tt or 99 tf I iiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiwimimniiimaiiffliirar BASKET BALL ALGONA vs Webster City FIRST CONFERENCE GAME Friday, Dec. 9 The basketball game will start PROMPTLY at 7:o(h>. in. to allow time afterwards for the •wrestling meet. WRESTLING Algona vs. Mason City Immediately after basketball game Algona Public High School Gymnasium First Game Starts at 7:30 P. M. Do your HGIN hinting $24.79 Our stocks are now complete — finest values in 74 yean Regal to receive, glorious to give! Come in and see our newest star- timed Elgins now. Select whichever beautiful model pleases you btst. Then make it known in the right quarter that E1 8' n to d a y offers the most exciting values in 74 years. Priced from $16.50 to $750. , • . »«u. Corxxi to fit lit* writt muilj and fiiiulr. Priced *t Borchardt's RELATIVE OF CORA BACON PASSES 'Called to (Jrinnell to Fun eral of Nephew Who Died from Pneumonia Union: Mrs. Cora Bacon was called to Grinnell, Iowa, by news of the death of a nephew, Ivan Harrison. Mrs. Bacon in company with her son, Floyd and wife, Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Lone Rock and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Ottosen, left last Sunday morning by auto. The funeral was held Monday afternoon. He died of pneumonia. He was a young mar- riea man and leaves a wife and two small children, aged three and five years. The Bacons returned home Tuesday evening. Joe Zanke Home Joe Zanke has returned to his home east of Burt from the Kossuth hospital. He Is still however In a weakened condition, but manages to get around the house some. At IJvermor* Shower Mrs. Lawrence Glsch attended a shower recently at Livermore In honor of her cousin, Anna Lynch, who recently became the bride of Ted Jennings. Miss Lynch is doubly related being also a relative of Mr. Gisch. Mrs. Garret Dearchs has not been feeling the best the past week. Rudolph Will was at Emmetsburg last Wednesday where he sold a truck load of cattle. Considerable new corn is being shelled. The past week Robert Keefe, Floyd Gardner, Emil Stoffel. Harry Keith and Lou DeGraw were those who shelled. BEAUTY WINS MOVTJB CONTRACT — Miss Dorothy Quackenbush, 22, of Kansas City, Mo., has been signed for the movies. For the last two years she has been ai airline hostess model. Last spring she won the title of "Miss American Aviation of 1938" at a contest at Birmingham, Alabama. J. Kennedy Armstrong Hurt While.Working Armstrong: Joe Kennedy is suffering from a chest injury he received while working on an eleva- ALGONA, IOWA BURT SOCIETIES ELECT OFFICERS Burt: The following officers wers elected at the Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday evening: Mrs. Ella Steward, N. G.: Lulu Hawcott, V. G.; Mrs. Paul Macnuley, secretary; Mrs. J. P. Stow, treasurer and Mrs. Ben Bahling, trustee. Kossuth Lodge No. 540, A. F. and A. M., elected officers the same evening. Officers elected were S. E. Straley, Fenton, W. M.; Mennett Trunkhill, S. W.; Hugh McDonald, J. W.; H. A. Thompson, secretary; acd B. W. Brooke, treasurer. The Birthday circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson and daughter, Virginia, were Des Moines visitors Thursday. Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S. will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 13. Officers will be elected for the coming year. ! The Lloyd Elstons and Mrs. ] Mayme Hofius of Gilmore City visited at the Mrs. C. H. Blossom home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance went to Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday where Mr Dorrance was to undergo an operation. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson and Laurena Weasel attended the Methodist bazaar at Fenton last Wednesday evening 1 . Carl Bahling went to Ames on Thursday to get his wife,.who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Schroeder. Mrs. L. H. Schenck returned on Saturday from Chicago, where she had visited her daughter, Maxine, who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benz, Charles City, spent Friday at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. Mrs. Benz is a cousin of Rev. Wessel. The Band Mothers club held a bridge and five hundred party at the school house Thursday evening. Re- ceiptc will be applied on the purchase of a new brass clarinet for the bund. S. H. Sorenson, Mallard, visited the last of the week with his son, Walter. Mr. Sorensen was a pioneer Fenton resident and remembers Burt when there was nothing here but a round house. Burt relatives have received word from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schrader of Hecka, S. D., that they had lost th«ir seven year old son last Sunday from diabetes. Mrs. Schrader was formerly Florence Dittmer. The regular monthly meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, in the Ix-'gion Hall. The hostesses are Mrs. W. J, Lockwood, Mrs. D. L. McDonald und Mrs. R. S. McWhorter. -Mrs. H. A. Iliff returned to her home at Webster City Friday after curing for her sister. Mrs. J. H. Hr.'ihitm. for a week. Mrs. Graham 1.1 boine better. <Jrai:e Godfredson of Swi-:i City is now working at the (jraiiam homo. Mrs. .Joe Heitz ,'iiuJ two children returned home Wednesday after .-iJcndiiiL,' a week or two here with Burt relatives. While here the oldest (jhild came down with scarlet fever. After they arrived home the baby also came down with the disease. Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mrs. J. G St-wick, Mrs. B. W. Broke, Mrs. G .J. F. Vogel and Selina Clifton attended a Woman's Foreign Missionary society meeting at Algona on Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Eggleston wife of a former Burt pastor, was leader of the meeting. Among the many out of town relatives and frienda who attended the O. P. McDonald funeral were Mr and Mrs. Swan Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Overgaard, Wilmar, Minn., Hoy and John Nafus of Nashua,, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Ear, Shanor of Mason City. Mrs. Iva Link is suffering from a severe attack of influenza. Rose Ellen Whitlow is recovering frori an appendicitis attack. t , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baird visited Tuesday evening at the A. W. Baird home in Estherville. William Knipe of Webster City visited several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. JCnipe. Mrs. Carrie Togstad of Rock Rapids was visiting friends here the first of the week. The Togstads moved from here in August of this year. Holger Due opened a new roller rink Wednesday night He just completed a fine brick building, which will give plenty of entertainment to the community. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gaarde and- family of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Doland Gamble of Forest City visited Thanksgiving at the P. A. Gaarde home. Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Horswell and Vic Lynn, Mrs, Lilly Horswell and ilr. and Mrs. John Law were Thurs- a'y visitors at the Ernest Smith ome in Estherville. Mrs. Smith is daughter of the John Laws. A. N. Hansen and daughter, Joyce, Lslled relatives in Cedar Falls on ilonday. They wo -3 accompanied •.' his son, Dale Hnnsen, ana several cf Jlege Ciuflj l-fd>aiu. who all attend the Iowa State Teachers' College. Abbie Tjaden returned home on "uesday, Dec, 6th from spending everal weeks with her sister, Mrs. ,V. E. Laage, near Fcnton. WESLEY NEWS Henry Goetz is driving a new 1939 Chevrolet, John Hutchison a new Pontiae, John Carlson a new Pon liac, and L. E. Wingert a new 193S Chevrolet. Thanksgiving Day guests at th Albert Reuo borne were the J. J Renos of Ayrshire, the J. J. Fin nigans of Moneta and Andrew <UJ< Ida Reno of Spencer, also the Le Reno family of L«dyard and th Ernest Sheets family of Britt Read The Want Ads—It BROWN-ENGH WEDDING, CORWITH Married Thankgiving Bay At Bride's Home; Plan to Farm Kear Kanawha Corwlth-Faflview: The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown at Corwith was the setting for a pretty wedding on Thanksgiving Day when their youngest daughter, Jessie, became the bride of Herbert Engh son of Mr. and Mrs William Engh, of Kanawha. The couple was attended by Miss Shirley Engh, sister of the groom, and William Dahl. ( Proceeding the ceremony, Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Mrs. Elmer Marr, sisters of the bride sang a favorite hymn. The bride is a graduate of the Corwith high school with the class of 1937. The grbom graduated from the Kanawha high school in 1934 and has been farming with his father. They will make their home on a farm near Kanawha. If You Had Job Recently, Read This Because of their lack of knowledge of the law Jftafty uhettiployed workers may trt without ChrtstmaB money when they could have It fdr the asking according to the Undn- ployment Compensation Commission. Any worker, the commission explained, who has t)e*h eittpldywd tot IS weeks 6r even for one day th each of 18 weeks dursng the last 15 months may be entitled to benefits. These benefits amount to one-half the former full time wage and may continue as long as 16 weeks. Commissioner WaltSr F. Scholes, employee representative on the conv mission, requests every worker becoming unemployed to file at the nearest State effiploylAMH; offi«6 *t once ft filatta ft* 6eB*«t» t»a**d np- on work record. Met* tRftfl $4;«»,flt» tn benefits ftav* 6*en pald'ttftcg'the first Check w*s Wrlttett 6tt July 25. W6 do our own tea* Orlndm* F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Mrs. Millard Evans and Sharon Kay spent several days last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nelson at Kanawha. Mrs. Hugh Gordon who has been very 111 for the past week, was taken | to Mason City where she entered the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Raymond Huber, who has been here with her mother, has returned to her home at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Anna Miller, a son and two daughters of Congo, III, came last Thursday afternoon for a brief stop over at the Chris Alt home on their way to Hancock, Minn. NOTICE: OF SALE or SCHOOL FUND LANDS Notice IB hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will offer for sale the following- described land situated In Irvlngton township: The East One-Quarter of the Northwest One-Quarter (K& N\VH>. and commencing 40 rods west of the Southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter, thence West 90 rods, North 71% rods, East 90 rod*, thence South to beginning. All In Section 27, Township 95 Range 28. Said land to be sold to the highest bidder for an amount not less than the appraised value, as determined by the Trustees of Irvlngton Township and approved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa. The terms of the sale shall be for cash or one-third cash and the balance or. a credit not exceeding 1 ten years, with Interest on the same at the rate of not less than six per cent per annum, to be paTa at the office of the County Treasurer In Algona, Iowa. The sale of the above described property will take place at the Court House In Algona. In Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 26th day of January, 1939. at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 23rd day of November, 1938. B. S. KINSKY. 4S-49 County auditor. SPECIAL NOW mWAT STAND AW OIL DlAllKS! FAST-FIRING FRACTIONS, STORED LAST SUMMER...NOW "READY-TO-GO" IN RED CROWN! Sons Gasoline in Start-up and Warm-up and givis you maximum Wintar miltogil YOUR ENGINE STARTS up with the quick-, ness of a,finger-snap with Standard Red Crown.,. Your motor warms up so rapidly you save gasoline and get maxi- mum Winter mileage. This economy results directly from the extraordinary facilities of Standard Oil. During the Summer millions of gallons of "light", highly volatile fractions of gasoline are imprisoned in refrigerated tanks. Those volatile fractions blended into Standard Red Crown, get your car under way speedily on the coldest days. Try thia gasoline just once and you'll use it constantly. ...... VANDARDI, START "JUST LIKE THAT"AND GET MAXIMUM MILEAGE WITH STANPARO RED' CROWN FOR WINTER .\OTICK OK SALE: OF SCHOOL FUND I.AMJS Notice IB hereby given that the loaril of Supervisors of Kussuth 'ounty, Iowa, will offer (or aale he following described land sltuat- d In Kagle township: The Northeast Quarter o( the Southeast Quarter of Section 10 Township 100, Itanse 30. Maid land to be sold to the highest Idder for an amount not lea* than he aypralaed value, ai determined y the Trustees of Eagle Township nd approved by the Board at Sun- rvlaors of Kossuth County, Iowa. The terms of the sale shall be for ash or one-third cash and the bal- nco on a crdit not exceeding ten ears, with Interest on the same at he rate of not leas than six per ent per annum, to be paid at the IT Ice ut the County Treasurer In \lKona, Iowa. The sale of the above described roperty will take place at the ,'ourt House In Algona, In Kos«uth ounty, Iowa, on the 29th day of anuary, 1939, at the hour of 2 .'clock P. M. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 23rd lay of November. 1938. E. 8. KINSEY, S-49 County Auditor. Our Special This Week! Giant Cashews 1/4 Ib. 18e 1 Ib. 69e Fresh Butter Toasted Lusby's We Toatt treth Etery Minute! QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Fre« Book T»ll» 01 Marvdouc Homa Treatment that Mutt Htla or It Will Coit You Nothing ' 1 ot tlu> WIU.ABD A. H. Borchardt r./ Welcome To TOYLAND Santa Glaus Day, Dec. 7th, and Every Other Day Dolls - Games - Mechanical Toys DOLLS Large assortment to uhoode from : Hubber "jolls, DyDee Dolls and liaby Dolia, E. F. & B. Uolls. Snow White Dolls 29c— 49c 98c—$1.98 $2.98 TRICYCLES WAGONS Large all-steel wagon, $1.50 value NOW 98c KIDDIE AUTOS Nice assortment to choose from. $5.95 up to $24.95 XM AS TREE BULBS, all colors Iceach SKATES For boys and girla, priced at 49c, 69c 98c TRAINS TRACTORS Big assortment winding and elec. trains Tractor* 98cto5.95 25cto98c Xmas Tree Lights with stringers 29c Sleds, 98c Skii0, 98c Chair & Rocker 98e MAKE DUE 8TOBE YOUR HEADQUABTEBS WHILE SHOPPING IN AIXKHNTA You'll Find It In The Toyiand At fhi COAST TO < OAST STOIIK Joe Bloom

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