The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1934
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The Algona Upper Dea Moinft^Algona, Iowa, March 1,1934 < TO DECLAMATORY " COM FOLKS IDonald Frankl, Eleanor foiin and Ellen Sandt Are . l*hree Winners Bancroft: In the county declamatory Contest held in St. John's church last Vnday the following won first and Oratorical ! Donald Prank], Algeria. "Ropes." first and Marrtattt Fleminir, Whittemore "March of the Dead," second. Dramatic Meaner Rain, Algona, Baltsmar *M»t," first and Marcella Cullen. Al gona, Mickey's Marker." second. iHl«n Sandt Bancroft, "Mrs, Soto- mn snldtiefrttt," am and Oertnde Sender, Algona, "teaming to Swtm." second. •Mrs. J. H, Sheridan, Mrs. A. H. Paths. Mrs. John Williams. Mrs, F. R. Mesch- «r. Mrs. Joe Vaike. Mrs. H*nrr OnVJe 1 Mrs Joe Nune are the eommitt** for the dinner to be irtren in honor «t Robert Qoinn who soon will be ordained, as a priest. iHnbert Rood w* home (he 'first of the week white hU brother. BiDy over««W th« duties In the I. O. A. store MHumboWt. 'Rev. Father Pick of Sutherland and! Her. Prank Scholtes of RomI aceom- vanied the SI John's basketball team ttt Fort DodjR Monday. The DOTS will T»*T Clare at ten o'clock Tuesdav Lone Rock Girl* Win North Kossuth Banket Honors Lone Rock: The Lone Rock and Seneca girls wound up the North Kos- snth conference basketball season In grand style last week. At the end of the regular schedule these two teams were tied for the Conference leadership. Wednesday evening of last week these teams met on the tedyard floor to settle the Issue and It was not settled until the end of an overtime period. The game started out In a slow fash- Ion but wound up entirely different. Lone Rock girls led 4 to 1 at the end of the first quarter. Shortly after the second quarter started Lone Rock held a 9 to 1 advantage. Prom this point on the game was a battle to the finish. Seneca staged a scoring spurt and at the end of the bait had the More tied at IS an. Ths two teams played on even terms dnrtnf the sspcond half and at (he «nd of the g*m« the score was a for e»«fc team. Seneca was awarded a free throw httt as the gam* ended bat mte*rt their chance t» win at that point, to tht jumtBt* period Svnecsa team souvv4l flr»i trat Rtt* iSrte cam* back with two goals to win M to M. Last week ate ftwwi *J* arooa bars play amen* Uw bej*' t*ams. Pin*! twnfemx* ranting fw the SSS-J4: toys THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER February 91 32 Febnmry 93 .31 18 0 February 23 18 -4 F%Bfnary W * ~ 8 -9 February 25 » 0 February 2fl 11 -12 February 37 ..". 23 9 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white 1.36 2 yellow 34H 2 mbwd -84 .27 Oats Hog*-Sows Medium weight, 200-260 *3.90 Bmchrrs, 260-300 3.80 Prime butchers. 300-350 3.70 Packing Sows. 300*350 3.20 Packing Sows. 400 3.10 Packing Stows, 400-500 2.75-3.00 Light wight, 140 3.00 Light WfJght, 160 3.40 Ughl irrtght, 180 , 3.80 Cfcltie Cannm and cutters $0c-$1.25 Fat cows $1.50-|3.40 *3.00-»5.00 Fat Stws ».SO-f4.SO mo-t3.oo »! .50-12,001 $2.50-$3.30 Cream .22c Hens, 4U Ibs. and up Bens, under 4H Ibs. 9c 70 Leghorn hens 60 Springs, 6 Iba. and up 9e Springs, under 5 Ibs. to Ijeghorn springs So Heavy breed stags 60 Leghorn stagi 4e Roosters 4c No. 1 No. 2 .!4e .10c NEW CABS LICENSED Al Rosenmeyer, Corwlth, Ford tudor. Iran Elliott, Sweal CHy, ChevroJet 1934 truck. L. J. Netoon, Algeria, Ford 1934 de luxe Ford tudor. D. H. Wannenen, LuVerne, Chevrolet 1934 truck. Frank Derltt, LuVerne, Plymouth 1934 sedan. MARRIAGE LICENSES Feb. 28, Nell A. Pew, Mankato. Minn., and Alva Harris, Mankato. Feb. 27, Leo Steven, Sexton and Neva Olson, Sexton. Roe* Outf Benjamin, (he local baker, was tri Jackson for a day last week visit- In* relatives. .John Ernest of Cedar Falls was in Bancroft Sunday. Mr. Ernest has a farm near here. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard are the oroud Barents of a babv (rirl bom Friday. She was named Mary Celeste Mr. and Mrs. Walt Weln of Hum- fcoldt were vlsitinjr his mother. Mrs. Joe Welo. ST.. Monday and also her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. Mrs. Al Rahe has been seriously ill for the past week with pleurisy and to date Is somewhat improved. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Render last Tuesday. This Is the third child for the Renders. She Stu been named Helen Christina. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Deltering, Mary Sheridan and .Walter Detteiintr drove to Des Moines last Thursday and spent the day. While there they visited with Representative William Sheridan, a Tltonka ................... S Bancroft ................. C Seneca ................... 2 Oh-ls— Lone Rock ................ 4 Seneca .................... 3 Ledrard .................. 0 W L Pet 9 2 .818 8 S .727 .780 .900 at» .200 3 7 8 8 .800 .600 .000 brother of Delterinfr. Mary Sheridan and Mrs. Miss Berosmler of Aldon. . housekeeper for F. X. Deiterlng. returned with them. You have never seen such beauty In radio cabinets as Js being shown In genuine Hnmswlcks at Gamble Stores. Tliey 'win be the envy of your neighborhood. (20.00 to $25.00 for your old set. 9 Come to Attend Staley's Golden Wedding, March 5 Burt: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staley of Aurora, Illinois, came to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley, next Monday, March 5. Dinner will be served to about forty relatives and friends at the Good Hope church and open house will be held at the church from 3 to 5. Evangelist, Trio on Nazarene Program Whiitemore Academy Girls Win, 29 to 25 The Whittemore academy girls' basketball sextet played the Algona academy girls here Sunday afternoon in a return game and were defeated, the score at the end of the game standing 29 to .25. Although the visiting team re In the lead at the half, Algona came back strong in the third and fourth quarters. Rita Dooley, guard, and Laura Hansen and Evelyn Cape- slus, forwards,-were outstanding players during the game. The second boys' tfeams played also, tieing with a score of 13 to 13. USED CARS 1929 Pontiac coach 1931 Essex coach 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet coupe iona Auto Market j; West of'Court House 5 WfJWVWJWVUJW^^ Shop This Week at A. &. P. For These Fine Values! Eight O'clock COFFEE 3 Ibs. 45c MILD AMERICAN CHEESE - Ib. PANCAKE FLOUR ££T &. 1 * VERMONT MAID SYRUP - jug HEINZ BEANS SS. 2 Mil if Borders Pet or IVllL.r\ carnation Evap. WHITE HOUSE JST 3 GREEN JAPAN TEA GORTON'S CODFISH 2 rPAR MEAT Three 8 ! V>I\A\D IVIC/AI l>iiunoad ci ROLLED OATS JJSS1*- 2 DAIAU &Uad O **• 'Oi**.***• t\r\Jf\rt Dressing £. Jars ^JCj ar FELS NAPTHA SOAP 10 LEWI'S LYE 3 cans 16 ot cans " Tall can* Tall cane *• Bulk Ib. cans ! O*. > rb. PkfS. ' Large ban 2 pl< 8 s. B R I L L O L/ K f\ I N SUNBRITE CLEANER ui>etM> drain* per can cans 17c 23c 17c 15c 19c 17c 25c 25c 25c 25c -19c 49c 25c 15c 21c 10c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES HEAD LETTUCE, size 5 8 2 for 16c ORANGES, size 216, dozen 25c RADISHES, 3 bunches 10c ATIAN1IC & PACIFIC TEA CO. Mrs. OeorgW Watraven of DCS Moines, pictured above, will conduct a series of evangelistic meetings at the Nazarene church here next week, Rev. Irwln announces. The meetings will start at 7:30 p. m. The Latham Sisters of Wllmore, Ky., will also take part In the services. Duets and illustrated songs by the Misses Joy and Mary Latham are special features of each service. A special meeting for the young- people will start at 7 o'clock each evening. Miss Mary Latham is a chalk talk artist and will give a pleasing program of her own. The public is cordially Invited. Swea City Host to Four Counties at Legion Meeting Swea City: Extensive arrangements were made to entertain the four-county American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary meeting held here on Tuesday evening, Feb. 27. The program was in charge of County Commander Leon Merrltt of Algona, and County Auxiliary Chairman, Ida E. Larson of Swea City. The following speakers addressed the meeting: State Commander Leo Duster; eighth district commander, J. I. Dolllver of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Marie StaBdley, vice president of th American Legion Auxiliary, who is also department publicity chairman; Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, eighth district committeewoman. All visiting county Offi- ciajg were Introduced. Other numbers on the program were solo, "Star Spangled Banner,' Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, an original song and dance by high school girls directed by Mrs. W. E. Carlson, entitled "Leo and Marie." Girls taking part were Helen Poole, Helen Wolstrand, Lucille Anderson, Arlotte Ekromme and Jane Carlson. Union M.-D. Club Postpones Meeting Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club meeting which was to have been held today (Wednesday) at the Mrs. Mary Keefe home, has been postponed until a week from this Friday afternoon, March 9, owing to the death of one of its pioneer members, Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. She was a charter member of the club and will be greatly missed by her fellow club members as well as numerous friends in Union where she spent her pioneer days. Other social activities have been suspended in her honor. Her sorrowing family and relatives have the sincere sympathy df all in Wife towttship, which she and her husband helped to make a better place In which to live. If You've Moved Tell U. About It March first*!*-moving time! If you are moving to a new location, please send us word so that we can make an immediate correction In our mailing department. Otherwise your paper m»y- go- to the old address until we are notified of your new one by the postoffice department. CLASSIFIED Al)S Wanted WANTED—Wortt by er painter and paperhanger. Reasonable prices.—Milo Rents, 330 Kast mm St. 8* WANTED—Work on farm by married man, experienced. Inquire Algoita Upper Des Moines, c-o AHR. 9* Married Man wants work on farm. Dwighfi Potter, 435 North Phillips St., Algona. 9* WANTED TO BUY—Modern horn* in Algona. Write ABC, Algona Upper Des Moines. 9, For Sale FOR SALE—33 head of good hones will be sold at (he Buffalo Center Sales Pavilion on Wednesday, Martin 7. sale starting at 1:30 o'clock. Come and get a good horse at your own price. FOR SALE—Seven room modern house in Algona, carries $5,000 insurance. (1,000 down and terms,—Josie Thompson, Lone Rock. 9-10* FOR SALE—1937 Chevrolet sedan, low mileage. May be seen at Victor Johnson home, Algona. Phone 641-W. FOR SALR-Threeners or corn shell- en' liens. Algona upper Des Molne*. FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last »89.50.—BJustrom-B. 6-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. S-tf EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40o per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. W. Haggard, Algona, phone 330. t-tf For Sent FOR RENT—House, April 1st. 7- room, strictly modern, garage, garden. —A. C. Becker, phone 330. 9 Miscellaneous CALIFORNIA—Have party with 6 room bungalow in Olendale, Cal., clear, wants to trade for Iowa farm. Address XYZ this paper. 7-8-9 Have you tiled our Thrifty Wash.— Kirscha Laundry. Phone 307. 40-tf Lost-Found LOST—Truck wheel and tire (32x6). Finder please call 33, Algona, for reward. 9 Academy Declam Winners Picked A declamatory contest was held on Wednesday evening at the academy with three students from each grade in high school, chosen from preliminary tryouta held a few weeks ago, participating. Pour selections were given in each o1 the ithree divisions and avards were made as follows: oratorical: Ropes by Donald Prankl, first; The Unknown by Raymond Jennett, second; dramatic: BeLshazzar's Feast, by Eleanor Kain, j first: Little Boy Blue by Anita Rose Kohlhaas, second; humorous: Learning to Swim by Gertrude Zender, nroc; Brothers Bereft by Mary Catherine Hurt), second. Miss Ruth Messenger, Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Milton Norton were judges. Friday night those three who were awarded first places participated in a declamatory eonteit at Bancroft between Algona, Whittemore and Bancroft, and received firsts in Oratorical and dramatic und second in humorous. ORIGINAL NOTICE A-prtl Twm, 19S4 N TUB DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA, IN AND FOR. KOS3UTH COUNTY Kmllle Warmbler, Plaintiff. vs. A. P Curran, unmarried, Almco Well, et al, >efend»nts. TO THE DEFENDANT, AIMEB WEIL: You arc hereby nbtlflecl tliat thero la now on nio In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kosauth County, Iowa, the Petition of the plaintiff a>klng Judgment In Ram agalnit the .Southwest Quarter (8W>>4) of the Southwest Quarter (SW14) of Section Eleven (11), Township Ninety-four (S<) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of tho Fifth P. M., for the sum of Five Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy- two and 19-100 Dollars (15872.19) together with Interest from April 2nd lP3i, at eight per cent (8 per cent) per nnnum. nolng the amount due on a certain note elvcn by the defendant A Curran. and ono Nellie M. Curran to Whrmbler for Five Thousand Dollar! (I5.0fln.00) under date of October 3rd 1U17, due January 1st, 1928. and extended to January lat. J933. and also asking Judgment for COHI.M Inrludlnc an attor- n<>yn' feo for plalntlffx attorneys n» :TovfuV-d by law. Plaintiff further asks Decree for the [orrolosurc of a certain real estate tgfiuP given by the said A. F. Cur- rnn, and Nellie if. Curran, to secure, the note above described under date >f October 3rd, 1917, covering tho ab>VB described premised, which mortgage was recorded In the office of the Recorder of Kossuth County, Iowa n Hook 70 of Real Estate Mortgages on i'age 153. rialntlff further rirays that Raid iudgment be decreed to bo a first, prior, superior and paramount )len against the mortgaged premltieirand that whatever right, title or Interest the defendants, or any of thorn, have In said premises that the same be decreed to be Junior to the lien of plaintiff's mort- ' gage. Plaintiff further asks that the mortgaged premises be sold at Special Kxe- fution Sale In the manner provided by law and that on and after the date of sain all of the right, title and Interest of the defendants tn and to said mort- KUgcd premises be forever barred and. foreclosed except such -rights of ru- demptlon as are expressly provided by law and that If uald premises ba not redeemed that the Sheriff place the purchaser In possession thereof. For further particulars see Petition on file. Now unless you appear thereto ami defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, being the April 1934 term, to be held at the Courthouse In Algona. Iowa. In said «njnty commencing on the 2nd day of April A. I)., 1931, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon In accordance with the prayer of said Petition. SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN. '•1- Attorneys for Plaintiff IF YOU GET UP mm Lax the bladder as you would the bowels. Drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause irritation, burning and fluent desire. Get a 25 cent box of BU-KETS, the bladder laxative, from any drug store. After four days if you are not relieved of getting up nights, go back and get your money. BU(-iKErra, containing buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc., acts pleasantly and ef- fectviely on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered wit'i backaohe, or leg pains caused from bladder disorders you are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. E. W. Lusby, Druggist, Algona, and W. J. Denton, Druggist, Titonka, say Buk- ets is a best seller. LOST—Brown wool ladles purse, small and round. Between Greenhouse and Christensen dry goods store.—Alice Dunham, Ledyard. Return to Upper Des Moines office. Reward. 8 Rev. A. L. Semans and Mrs. Sertiarw ot Fort Dodge were guectc of the festival from outside the Algona district. Rev. Semans Is chairman of the Fort Dodge district music committee and said he wanted to get some pointers (or the festival hen. in this BEAUTY TREATMENT Blonde, brunette or red bead, you'll find among Car> Nome's 49 famous formula* the very one* that will give you NEW BEAUTY! And you on be rare that you have the finest up-to- date formula* known to COM- metlc science. Ask to'see Car* Nome at the Rexall Drug Store. CARA NOME beauty needs K. D. JAMES Phone 332. . SAVE with SAFETY a" •///c*fax.aJUi DRUG STORE 'WWVWWWVWVUWVVVU WUWUWWVWWWWM Excuses! Don't Give Them ! Hear Rev. Georgia Walraven Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Church of the Nazarene bring a message oa this subject "EXCUSES" Mrs. Walraven of Des Moines is a talented evangelist with a wide experience in preaching in churches of various denominations. The Latham Sisters of Wilmore, Ky., singers and chaltt artist will illustrate a song and the picture will be given to the person who brought the most new comers Into the service. The young ladles will conduct a young people's meeting at 7:00 o'clock. The message will be illustrated. «™--» Services each evening at 7:30 o'clock Young people's meeting at 7:00 o'clock. Church of the Nazarene tef J ea IfMfftal N*tf* >, H«ttry Pftnnkttk of Wes- wwnt A «aj<* operation. , Ifartrffl Oonttin of Alton* to Mbtfw treatment ft* » fef KM Tucwtey he had ntt fttday, Paul KollMch of LuVerne underwent an operation for the removal OtMrml HttplM New* * J*Maf, >*brtianr 18th, Charles WU- 69X ot OttrwKHI enter** • MMflift fWaMy Mth, JBmer play of Oorwtth entered for medical nwrt, WMIWMfty, vfWTOMT wwi, aaw- RaAAi Broim ot Alpma entered M a Up to Your Neck — in Blouses There's a lot of charm ab(out , these striking new blouses, all the latest (style features are embodied in them. Cottons ' 1.00-1.95 Knit 1.95-2.9 1 ! Pictured at the right—tone of the many silk blouses shown here at 1.95 2.96 3.95 Your new suit is clamoring for one of these cute, irresistible blouses—fashioned with bows high at the neck, with pleats, tucks, clever buttons and other new details. In satins, crepes, prints and taffetas—as well as cottons and knits. Our New Wool Skirts Are Here 1.95 2.95 5.00 50 Maytag WASHING MACHINES Now on Hand at BJUSTROM'S READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Get Yours at the New Low Price Orders Filled a* Filed $ 59 50 to Phone 520 i erms. Stop That Racket Why buy cheap tires at cheap prices when you can buy standard tires, fresh stock at the following prices: 440-21 $3.35 476-19 $4.00 46021 $4.00 30x3% $3.36 Other sizes priced proportionately Attention Dodge and Plymouth Car Owners—We now have in stock General Dual 8 Blow-out proof tires. Play safe—put on a set of Generals. JoeJGreenber

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