The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1938
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Father of Car Gas Victim in Hospital ew*a-Eagle: p. J. Schulte was t»k- *h to Fairmont clinic hospital last .^ri^^yjfc^^ifr"---'--- ... _ . , . . * - I The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 29,1938 week Wednesday for treatment He I* reported very ill suffering from a severe nerve shock be received the day following the death of his son, Raphael, Nov. 27 by monoxide gas in the car in which he was riding. I. THE RIGHT CAR . . 2. THE RIGHT DEALER H doettt't cost you one extra dim* to be absolutely safe In your used car purchase. The standing off the dealer with whom you deal I* of 9r ^A&P orfanee ' °° fo thft r| fl h » «k«l« and you get the right used car — right price — right guarantee. Our, reputation for making good with our used car customers assures you of best values and fullest satis- tad te^|^4«y!^ are right — t«Vm» Hbdral. tome in and see us. Let us show yoi/these Iptfctat offerings. ' " " 1938 Ford Deluxe Tudor, heater, low mileage __________ _ $575 1938 Ford Standard "85" Tudor, heater, radio _ __________ .__$535 1937 Ford Tudor, heater ________ $465 1 937 Ford Tudor, radio and heater $415 1937Ford"60"Tudor, withheater _$385 1937 Pontiac Coupe, with heater and deluxe equipment ____________ $515 1936 Chevrolet 4-door sedan, Master, heater and radio ___________ ^ _$420 1 935 Ford Tudor, new tires ______ $325 1932 Ford Coupe.. ____________ $175 1 930 Chevrolet Coupe _________ $75 1929 Model "A" Ford Coupe ______ $65 1929 Chevrolet Coupe ___________ $55 EASY TERMS: Your present car may make the down payment. » Kent Motor Co, Sales Service PUBLIC AUCTI OF "Lotts Creek Store" —ON— Wednesday, Jan. 4th AT 2 P. M. Pursuant to Order of Court the undersigned Executor will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the "Lotts Creek Store," Including the real estate, buildings, outbuildings, stock of merchandise, fixtures, and all other Pfnonal property. The entire property, including the real estate, stock of merchandise and fixtures will be sold as a going concern and as a unit, subject to the provision that the real estate, stock of merchandise and fixtures will be first each offered separately, and will be sold in whichever manner realizes the largest amount to the estate. SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PREMISES Terms— Cash POSSESSION: As soon as settled for. Property will L sold free and clear of all Hens and encumbrances and abstract of real estate furnished. Alsot 1 1981 Chevrolet 1& ton truck, complete with oittle rack and grain box. 1 1985 Ford V-8 Pick-up truck. Nick Gengler 1XECUTQB, JOHN aiABKOBAF ESTATE FBAHK mie, Auctions N. I* COTTON, Clerk LOCAL-NOTES DECEMBER IS THE MONTH TO BUY A USED CARIi Mr. and Mrs. O. R. LaBarre spent the week end In St. Paul on a business trip. Bob LaBarre spent the week end visiting friends at Iowa City at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison and Mrs. Alma Nelson spent Wednesday at Fairmont, Minn., on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker of Sallx, Iowa, arrived Friday morning and visited at the home of their son, Norman and family until Skmday. Kossnth County Treasurer M. J. Duffy attended a district county treasurer's meeting at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City, Thursday. Mrs. Joe Chrlstensen left for her home at Jewell, Iowa, Saturday, following a visit of three months In Algona with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard drove to Des Moines, Saturday, where the men attended an electrical meeting. Hazel Walker returned to work last week following an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. She is a clerk at the a & L. Store. Mrs. Walter Meyers, Mn. Dolph Raney, Mrs. J. T. Bohannon, Mrs. H. E. Morgap, and Mrs. Ralph Morgan spent last week Tuesday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tattle drove to Mason City Wednesday. Mr. Tut tie was there on business, and Mrs. Tuttle visited her friend, Mrs. a V. Smith. Kathleen Evans, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, has been in the University Hospital at Iowa City for the past week receiving eye treatment. Mr. and Kirs. Floyd Saondera returned Sunday evening from Sioux City. Mrs. Saunders had spent the past week visiting there, and Mr. Saunders brought her home. Dennis Pratt of the Pratt Electric received word Monday that his company had been awarded the post- office electrical wiring contract at Waukon, Iowa, at a bid of $1,600. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison drove to Gowrie for the past week end to visit at the home of Mrs. Allison's mother, Mrs. August Anderson, and to help her celberate her 85th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. LaBarre and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson returned Sunday evening from a trip to the Twin Cities, where they had gone last Friday to attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson have purchased a four months old Doberman Pinsher puppy for their little son, Phil. The new dog, a real blue-blood, has been named "Baron" and came from Canton, Ohio. Sunday dinner gnesto at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Finn were Mrs. Finn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford of Whlttemore, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wesey Behlmer and her uncle, Frank Roupe of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss, Lawrence Winkel and N. C Rice left this' morning, (Tuesday) for Des Moines, where Mr. Loss and Mr. Winkel are to attend a state meeting of peace officers and Mr. Rice was to attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and two sons, Roy and Norman, Jr., rill move to Mason City the first if the year. Mr. Walker Is a traveling salesman for Kennedy & Parsons out of Sioux City and Mason City is centrally located in his territory. Mr. and Sirs. Floyd Pierce and daughters, Joan and Judy, arrived Wednesday afternoon, and will visit until after Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L4ndstrom, daughter of Mr. Pierce, and Mrs. Plerce's sister, Mrs. Harold Cosgrove, and Doris Silvers. T. C. Hutchison was able to be back at his law office Monday after almost a month's absence because of ill health. He spent a week or ten days at Rochester where he was given medical treatment which together with rest has greatly improved his health. Mr. and Mrs. Flyod Pierce, former residents here, are back for a visit until some .time after Christmas. After selling their restaurant here to Alec Dermand, they purchased a summer resort In Minnesota, where a care taker is in charge during their absence this winter. Bernloe Stock, Elaine HiUteadt, and {Catherine Carlson have rented one of the Mlsbach apartments, and moved in the latter part of, the week. Bernice is the dancing instructor at the School of the Dance. Elaine is bookkeeper at the Bots- furd Lumber Company, and Katherine is a teacher in the local schools. <I< Dickinson and daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hunter, returned Saturday from Des Moines where they had spent a few days. Mrs. Hunter has accepted a position as secretary to Senator-elect Ralph E. Benson of Jefferson, who will take office January 9. Mrs. Hunter will go to Des Moines at that time to assume her new duties. She completed a secretarial course in Des Moines this summer and has been acting as her father's secretary the past several months. The R, E. Morgans were Fort Dodge callers last week Tuesday. Bob Harrington drove to Des Moines, Friday, on a business mission. B. H. Miner attended ft bankers' dinner at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City, last evening (Monday). Mrs. £. W. Fox win entertain the Legio Auxiliary radio and sewing club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. A. D. Lehman and Audrey Fritz spent the week end in Des Moines with the former's daughter, lola Lehman. Mrs. Earl Griffith is entertaining the Bridgette club this afternoon (Tuesday). Mrs. W". J, Fuller is a guest of the club. Mrs. Bert Deal was Brought home late last evening (Monday) from Rochester, Minn., where she'under- went a major operation Nov. 28. The Rev. and Mn. F. Earl Burgess will attend a sub-district meet- Ing at LuVerne today (Tuesday). Ministers and their wives will attend. Mrs* F. F. Twogood, Moscow, Idaho, came last week Wednesday for a visit until after Christmas with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Marie Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Corner, was baptized in the Trinity Lutheran church on Sunday afternoon with Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Alice Rtat left Saturday for Washington, D. C., after a three weeks' visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist Miss Rlst has a government position there. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck went to Minneapolis today (Tuesday) on a business trip. They plan to stop over-night at Minnesota "U" campus, to visit their daughter, Virginia, sophomore there. A. J. Schnepf and his daughter, Virginia, went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to go through the Mayo clinic. Virginia, a student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, had to quit school for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnnon were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Dr. J. A. Greenlec and his mother, who live at Km- metsburg. Doctor Greenlee is Dean of the Emmetsburg Junior College. Mr. and Mm. L. O. Thompson, Betty Merron and Mary Thompson, all of Estherville spent the week end with Banker and Mrs. R. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are the parents, and the two girls nieces of Mrs. Miller. Arlyne Forsythe adn Richard D. dough, both of Mankato, Minn., were married Saturday noon at the Methodist parsonage, with the Rev. F. Earl Bugess officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hull, also of Mankato. 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