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GEORGE WEIR, 59, PASSES AT HOME HERE SATURDAY A Resident of Kossuth Since 1894; Lived at Whittemore Many Vrs.; Survived by Family poor health of two years and the past six months of a serious nature, George Weir passed away at his home here Saturday. He was born at Petorre, Illinois, June 25, 1884, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Weir. In 1894 he came with his parents to Wh.'.tte- imore. On the 26th of October, 1920, he was married to Miss Anna O'Toole, of Dewitt, Io\ya. Nine years later they moved to AlgoHa an have lived here ever Since. Sotvivcd by Wife mid Family 'Five chlldreh 'were born to M and Atra. Weir, four of whom at'home. They are Jjawrence, Jul' Ann, George and Bridget. On daughter, Mrs. Maiy Oldenburg lives at Hammond,, Indiana. He 1 also survived by five brothers, Joh of Clear Lake, Jim of .Bancroft William and Patrick of r Bmmets burg and Mike of WhMtemore. Fo the past fourteen years he hai been employed by the Iowa High way commission. Funenul Today Funeral services were held this morn'.ng; at 9:00 o'clock from St Cecelia's Catholic church with Rev Father Mallinger in charge. In ;erment was in the Algona Catholic iemetery. Chas. Geilenfeldt spent last week at Rochester, Minn., going through :he clinic. CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with orde 2c per word; when charged. 3c pe word. No agents commission a lowed. If advertising agent charge their clients 3c and sen cash with order, they receive 1 per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey boar with quality and short legs—th kind that will add weight to you next year's pig crop. Have man boars that wefgh 325 Ibs. Oct. 1. Pric ed reasonable. Quality considerec Farm 2 N. 1 E, of Renwick.—W. H Jlelmke & Son. 41 FOR SALE—One number 360 Let mill, like new. Priced reasonable —McEnroe Bros. Phone 519 41-42 ! HORSES FOR SALE or trade fo hay. Bay 3 yrs. wt. 1500, black i yrs,, wt. 1700, spotted saddle mare 6 yrs. wt. 1200, spotted saddle geld- iirg, 3 yrs., wt. 1100, black saddle mare, 3 yrs., wt. 1200. Good Hoi stein bull, wt. 700.—Doc Behse, 3 miles west Lakota. 41 i HAVE FOR SALE the improved Doxsee Company farm of 200 acres one mMe from Algona. If interested in a well located farm see me about this right away. Price and terms should sell this farm.—Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa. 41 FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey boars, 4% west of Algona, on No. 18.— Geo. Lee. 41 FOR SALE—Five year old team and wagon.—L. West, Wesley. 41 (FOR SALE—Duroc boars. Best of blood lines. —John F. Weber, Irvington. Algona phone 15F22 41* FOR SALE—New Philco radios, Chore Boy milkers and Perfection Pipeline milkers, Iowa cream sep•ar^tons, $110 up.—'Algona [Maytag Store. 11 FOR SALE—Tthree good used electric washing machines, 3 gocd used coal and wood heaters, 1 coal and wood range, 1 Briggs & Stratton motor, 2 metal beds with springs. —Coast to Coast Store. 41 FOR SALE—Seven yearling bulls $125.00. Ten cows, five to eight years old $150. All pure bred Herefords, Domino breeding, cows registered, ready to drop calves from best bull in Palo Alto county. I am offering good salary for some fanner to take charge of this here of 125 cows and calves.—C. M. Haa Rodman, Iowa. 39-42 For Rent FOR RENT OR SALE—Modern brick house. Inquire of A. L. Kleinpeter, Wesley. 41-42* A. & P. OPENS NEW SELF SERVICE FOOD STORE HERE To Occupy iFormer Moe & Sjogren Grocery Store Room Recently Remdd- eled, Decorated A new self-service food store will be opened. Tuesday, October 16th by the Great Atlantic and Pac'.flc Tea Company at 21 East State street it was announced by C. Fox, general superintendent of the company. This s the former Moe & Sjogren store room which has been refinished and redecorated. Actually "four stores under one roof," this modern type market rep- resnta the latest scientific developments in low-cost distribution of food, Mr. Fox said^ "Self-serv:ce merchandising," he explained, "makes possible the handling of a wider variety of produce, baked goods, dairy products and FOR RENT—2 adjoining rooms irr Haggard & Peterson office building. Also one small office room. See J. W. Haggard or June Core/. 40-tf Lost-Found (LOST—nyone knowing of empty Skelgas bottle, please call Al- Telephone 41 gona Skelgas Service. 221 or 165. Miscellaneous USED APPLIANCES Washing machines, electric ajid gas engine, all makes, all makes of washers. We repair 2 good cream separators, one electric, orte hand turned. 1 good Chore Boy milking machine. Good used battery radio. Eure<ta vacuum sweeper. Algona Maytag Store 41 WE HAVE JUST received some ;ood looking stationery for service men in the army and navy. DO sheets and envelopes for $1.10 a box. Each sheet carries army ur navy emblem. See .'•! at the Algona Upper Des Moines. ..40-tf BUY YOUR COSMETICS and oiletries at lower prices at Gamble's. . 41 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all he new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona "oxva. 9-t( SAFE FARM LOANS. Good farm 'ears take care of payments on 'our loan in lean years. Let us ell you how Aetna Life's new farm oan plan does it. For complete erms write or call Hutchison .v Jo ugh. 36-42* SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk Jispenser complete with roll of ape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper DCS staples than can be sold by the av- '•i.ere food store of the ordinary ype. At the same time, the larger ales volume and more rapid turn- ver of stock permit greater economy and efficiency of operation." As the latest unit of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, the new Food Store at Algona symbolizes the progress made by the company since a small, red-front tea store was opened 83 years ago in lower New York City, he pointed out. In its 83 years, A. & P. hns become one of the world's most highly developed food marketing organizations, owning and operating four food factories, seven coffee roasting plants, 38 bakerfes, four salmoir canneries, a fishing fleet and a tea blending- and packing plant, in addition to warehouse and transportation facilities. "The savings made possible through self-service shopp'ng have proved popular with consumers In other areas," he said. "The convenience of self-service marketing, in which the shopper selects many of the items herself, also has proved attractive. Housewives find that they are able to sett their own 'shopping pace' and when they have completed! their purchase^, have a full legible list of expenditures which greatly facilitates household budget keeping." Mr. Fox explained that A. & P. Self-Service Food Stores are operated on the basis of low prices every day of the week, eliminating the necessity for shopping for weekend bargains. This policy permits shoppers to buy when it is .most convenient for them. 'Mr. Fox states that Mr. Swanson, who has been local manager for several years, will manage the new store. The rest of the personnel of this store will be made up of as many other local people as possible. Upset Brings COL.. _ Return* in Guesses James Daltey, AfcoHft/ proved the ftnly guesser out of several hundret who doped out the upset In the Illinois-Minnesota game last Saturday. At that he didn't prove guesser enough to win any of the prizes. Wayne Black, Algona, with the w.'.nnittg percentage of guess- Ing also doped out the furdue and Northwestern upset. Harry Ate- Corkle also had that upset figured out but his figures were not hot enough on the other guesses to win. Gticsscrs Clone There was but one error point difference between Wayne Black With 83 for first and George Meyer, with 84 for second. That's, getting guessing down to a science. Wm. Peck took down third with 84 error points showing hpw close he was to the right figures with other w.'.nners. Fourth prize will be given to two guessers as Mrs. Art Cogley and Harold Martlnek both had 92 error points. On the Mourners Bench Councilman Gene Hutchlns and Sheriff Art Cogley proved the poor est guessers this week and will Lewis Wildln of LuVerne they rat ed the most error points to be al the bottom. They wMl no doubt do better with more practice. This week we had guessers from Bradgate, Ottosen, Lone Rock, Irvington, Webster City, Humboldt, Bode, West Bend and as far east as Cedar Rapids. Participating merchants are Barker's Drug, Kohlhaas Hardware, Barry's Recreation, James Rexall store, Zendefs and Smoke Shop. Get in on the guessing and sign a card at one of these 'business places on this week's games. Homes. 34-tf WE BUY used bicycles, coil bed- prings, cook stoves and furniture. —Gamble Store. 41 DESK BLOTTERS, assorted coi- rs, brown, blue, dark green, pink, each and red, 'for sale at the Up- ELEVEN TEAMS TIE IN LOCAL BOWLING LEAGUE TO DATE With fourteen teams participating in the bowling league, eleven of them are fed in the different places which indicates plenty of fight during the coming season. The Standings EAGLE GROVE IN 6-0 VICTORY OVER LOCAL HI FRIDAY A scrappy Algona high school eleven was downed by Eagle Grove here Friday night, 6-0. In one of the best nights for football this year the Bulldogs started rolling late in the fourth quarter and reeled off three first downs before a fumble on the one-yard line stopped the only real threat of the game. / In the first quarter it was mostly a punting duel although Eagle .—^ B Aeriftl Atttek Iti the 'second half the Bulldogs aerial' Attack swung Into action as the ebhsblflattoft of DeWey Skllling to Colberg clicked twice lot long gains late In the fourtH' quarter Those passes and several running plays put the ball oh the Eagle (Wove 17-yard l.'.ne. Dick SklllLig then romped through a hole in the line to the i-yard line where he fumbled and Sagle Grove recovered to end.the threat. Earlier In the half flagle Gfove drove to a touchdown But missed the point 1 after the counter. A Sensational Play Probably the most sensational play of the, game was In the first half when Stevens, running at full speed, leaped high. In the air to spear the ball out of the hands of :\vo W6uld-be receivers from Eagle 3rove in a marvelous .'flterception. The statistics show the Bulldogs mvlng seven first downs to six for Eagle Grove. Algona also gained 108 yards from scrimmage In 32 :ries for an average of over three yards per try. Stevens had the best record with 24 yards in four tries. Next week the Bulldogs play Hampton In another home game. Hampton suffered a 32-7 defeat it the hands of Webster City so the game here should 'be a thriller. MRS.DONBOWMAN, FORMER LUVERNE GIRL, PASSES (Following a short nlriess Mrs. Don Bowman, former kirtterhe glti, passed ,away" at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Sdluirfey afternoon. She was |he danghter, dafmen, of Mr. and Mrs. D. H; Wermerson, and was born and raised In Lu- Verne. About two years ago the family moved to Algorta, but after a short time here nidVed to Fort Dodge. She Is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs/ Wermerson, two sisters, Mrs. Wayne Dbrnberg- er of SJoux Falls, S. O.j Mfs. Jo.in Ramus, LuVerne; two brothers, Rt- chard and Robert of LuVefne. Funera services were held from the M. B. church at LuVerne Monday afternoon with the Rbv. Wm. Baddeley of Lake View, fonmer mlrrtstpr, n charge. JN&ple'tf class of the Gfo^t ififep§ ehUfch held* a party at ome tart Fri- Mrs. Thora Cosgrove was hostess ;o the Doaii bridge club on Friday and Vera Ringsdorf won high prize, Catle Elefson second high, Olga Hott low, and Lydia Sampson travel. Fresh Assorted CHOCOLATES New fall shipment just arrived. 15c 40c ,„ Candy Bars, each..5c PEANUTS and GUMMING er Des Moines office, for 25c. 15c each, 34-tf FOR SALE—Registered Hamp shire boars of modern ty.pe, qualit and breeding. Also one registere Brown Swiss bull ready for ser vice. T. B. and Bangs tested.- Harold Fischer, Burt, lowu. 40-42 FOR SALE—Six Holstein cows three horses and 800 bu. Contr aed oats.—L. F. Wingert, Wesley 40-41 FO(R SALE—(Hereford boars.— Andrew Laubenthal, 6 miles south 5 miles east of Algona, 40-41 tFK>R SALE—Purebred Haflnp shire, Shropshire and Cheviot rams —William Fritz, 7Vi miles north o Wesley. 40-42 ; BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS o Warm Morning Coal. Know fue satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co Phone 234. 38-t FOR boars. [SALE—Spotted Polanc Immune and eligible for registry. Wide back, easy feeding type. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton LuVerne. 40-47 QET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines 40-tf CHESTER WHITE Boar Sale Friday, Oct. 15. 35 head of gooc spring boars at farm 4 miles east, 4*/4 north of Wesley, a.—Glen Rinehart. 41 Wanted RELIABLE WOMAN wanted for pleasant work calling on farmers in Kossuth county. References required. Part or full time. No capital or experience necessary. Write Mr. Floyd Sharp, McNess Co., SVeeport, Illinois. 41* WANTED—A good reliable man to supply customers with Raw- leigfa products. Write Rawleigh's, Dept IAJ-11-127, Freeport, I1L 41* WANTTED—Girl for house work. Phone 10F112, Orville Holdren. 41* WANTED—Women for poultry dressing work. Good wages. —Swift & Co. 40-41 WANTED — Woman 30 to 45 to prepare meals at the General hospital. Room and board furnished. Rhone 187. 40-tf 'WANTED—Gir! or woman for part-time house work.—Mrs. Mtll A. Peterson. Phone 922-W. SS-41 "I HAVE! MADE GOOD living as Watkins Dealer in Ft. Dodge since 1837. Let me show you how you can do the some in Algona. No investment, special starting offer includes $30 free products: Write O, J. Byrne, 806 N. 3rd St., Fort Dodge, for personal Interview." •«"-«* BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Moines. A sales slip with every purchase. Kc each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf •WE WILL PAY top prices for late model used cars. Also older cars that are clean with good tires. —Percival Motors, Dodge and Plymouth. 4i-tf •W L Mullins Hybrids ...„ 9 0 Honey Mead Grandads ..8 1 John Deere 7 2 Holsum Bread 7 2 Fuller Brush 6 3 Silver Gray 6 3 Old Style Lager 5 4 Burt 5 Jaycees 4 Barry's Midgets 4 Wesley Auto 4 K. of C 2 Pioneer 4. 5 5 5 7 7 9 Pet. 1.000 .889 .778 .778 .667 .667 .556 .556 .444 .444 .444 .222 .222 .000 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-U STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 55. 31-tf FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory worli ;uaranteed. Price 25c per film. Lushy & Giossi 24-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains li arms, loans, drainage surveying wid estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 16-tl ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Woines. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 'or 35c. 34-tf Hefti Lockers o Ladies' League The women 'bowlers have a four team league and are lead by tha Modern Cleaners with a percentage of .667; Barker's Drugs, .558; Shilts Shoes, .444; Elk Cleaners. .333. 'Bowling interest in general is enthusiast.'*: this season. The alleys here are open- on Sunday afternoons and evenings from 1 to 12 p. m. Custodians Meet- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Gerberding entertained eight couples of the Custodians' club at their home in Grant Center Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter attended from Algona. Election of officers was held resulting as follows: president, Will Christensen, Swea City; v'«e president, Henry Gerberding, Grant Center, and secretary-treasurer Ben Potter, Algona. Sturdy Toy AIRPLANE Combination END TABLE Walnut veneered top. Two maga- x i n e corapart- ments. Two shelves. Regular low price. $6.45. Aerial tor- p e d o. C o m- p 1 e t e with rubber catapult. A lOc value. Corn Cob PIPE SPECIAL Irving Cobb style. Plastic bit. A lOc value. 7< SAVE 30% High Qualify CARDINAL PERFUME Choice of 4 delicate odor*. A 25c value. SAVE 56% ! [ •il 32 Piece DINNERWARE SET Complete Service For SI* Quality dinnerware in beautiful pink crest pattern. A $5.95 value. SALE PRICE SAVE OVER 33% IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp or any purpose, you can order 'them it The Algona Upper Des'Molnos, 50c and up. 13*-tf CARD OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many acts of sympathy during our bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. R. J. Stewart and fanvly 41* 2 Handled UTILITY DISH Crystal (1 • 11. 4% inch diameter. Highly polished. 5c value. 3 SAVE 40% Clothes Pin Bag «* 72 KANT-ROLL Pins Finest hardwood pins and sturdy canvas bag. A 55c value. 39< SAVE 29% Star Shape ASHTRAY Crystal clear glass. Big generous size. A 5c value. Roger Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, is home on furlough from the Great Lakes naval training station. A Careless Match-FIRE But it is as easy to start a fire with; home cleaning equipment—and just as dangerous, Be on the safe side. Have your clothes cleaned the Modern Way. Phone 537 today. Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors HOLMES & OLOPTOJi Moncrx Pet olWare SHERBETS Fluted design. Milk white color. Regular low price, 6 for 30c, 6 For 23< SAVE 23% ffutmaster CLEAVER 7 Inch hardened carbon ttael blade. Hardwood handle. Butcher** style. 50c value. 29< SAVE 42% 3< SAVE 40% Plofonife TUMBLER B ounce, white Platonite tumbler. Ideal for Utcfaen use. A lOc V«/ue Sale Price Match King Cigarette LIGHTER Has Insignia of tha arsn«d forces. Pocket •Ut. SOc value. 29< SAVE 42% Jtew — > Popular DUSTINQ MITT Soft finish. Won't scratch. Assorted coiora, 29c value. 23< SAVE 20% Hair Oil or BRILLIANTINE 6 ounce bottle, the hair. ISc value. Your Choice. SAVE 40% YARD STICK WITH THIS O n |y I THIMBLE WfthTMi Only WATCH GAMBLE STORES .'• ,.,, - ,,. : '„ l JenklrtSdn, who is sttt*- \ the fid &hlM Home fit , KSttljitd JtfSttte.tef A left's vacation JWOlfitWth fafe* pare'nfs,,. the OleftiJerfftiiisdnst -HV ,., ., Zender's Have Searched the Markets for'Regulation Gifts lor Regular Fellows 7 The gift that is wrapped and mailed now will arrive in the nick of time thdt he too-can enjoy a "MERRY CHRISTMAS" in that distant land. THE ARMY Regulation Kahki or Sun Tan color sox, anklet or full length AKfk plain weave ..' -. HwC Bib Weave.. _..._65c Wool Service sox, / Kill* Natural, color : f . wlIC An all wool muffler, will really make him hapjly and it's something he doesn't have. Regulat'on kahki A f •• A color for winter ..$ I iwll Here's a real item—the boys themselves have bought them from us when home on leave. Genuine Cramerton Army cloth pants in regulation Sun Tarl color .., Shirts 'to match $2.05 Sun Tan services ties in a ready to ' majl package THE NAVY Plain wh'te cotton service sox, 2 pairs White Nylon Dress Sox, anklets ...* ...„ „ pair Black lisle CA«» CKjt anklets, pair 9UC DOC Black Rayon, full length, pair _, Black Silk Dress Ties 'fE. Ol AA for officers _ IOC $ I ilIU Heres one the boys "Sail" for —a white short sleeve, T shirt If he's a Navy Flyer, a sun tan Cram- srtoir pant is a welcome gift —they do need 'em 35c 50c 50c 65c $3.45 •**FOR THE ARMY OR NAVY Those little extra gifts that cost little and mean so much. Glass "Dog CA« Tag" cords ..._ „. 3UC Glass Bill Folds with Army or Navy Insigna HANDKERCHIEFS (An item they really need) Plain white 'cotton I ft_ | n M« in 3 grades lUCj IllGj IOC Plain white linen p>A each _ OUC White initial on white cotton, *m box of three for ; ..... IOC Money belts—blond leather or kahki cloth—small, medium/ large sizes .. White knit shorts—elastic waist— 35c 50c 65c Under shirts to match at these same prices. r ^ A typical Zender 'service yon will like, We have checked carefully the size and, type of packages for naailing^apd are in a position to wrap your items carefully $09.: shipment over" seas, It wiu be our pleasure to ' ( doll them up " in tasty m^sci^ line wrappings and then add a rugged outside that will carry them on their- way, I * > 4 • > ,,v,-. , -v" ..- V _ A i A .i A A . .-mmor. , ^BM-.X' I^I^B^MM v.t^PMHL a^HMRPk • liJHVMCb

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