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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1934 St. Joe Students Present Program For Fr. TheoboW St. Joe: A program was given Friday afternoon In St. Joe Hall by the school pupils honoring the Rev. George Theobold's Fenst day. Quite a number attended. The program was as follows: Namesday sonsr. "Riner Out Ye Bells." 7th, 8lh and 9th grade girls; chorus, "Voices of Spring." 5th and 6th grades; action song, "Rhieumatte," primary grade; playlet, "Grown Up Folk?," 3rd and 4th grades; piano solos, "Coming of Spring" and "National Embl-fm March." Bertha Thul; song, "By the Moon Light," boys' glee club; playlet, "Bye to Land," primary grade; song, "Pijd« Band" 3rd and 4th grades; singing game. "I See You," 3rd and 4th gride girls; playlet, "At the Ticket Office," 5th and 6th grades; piano solo, "Chimes of St. Cecelia," Bertha Thul; Jarce "Fun on the St. Joe Limited." 6th and 6th grades; two part sonpc. "Come WSiere the Ftoscfctids Sleep," girls' glee club. Shower for Anna Kramer A miscellaneous and grocery shower was given Sunday afternoon in the St. Joseph hall for Anna Kramer. The afternoon was spent In playing cards and socially. Bridge -was played at 9 tables with Olivia Gales receiving the prize. Five hundred was played at 25 tables with Mrs. Fred Miller from Lu- V«me receiving the prize. The door prize was awarded to Agnes Klrsch. The bride-to-be received many useful and beautiful gifts. Lunch was served t>y the hostesses to about 250 persons. Cerebrate at Barkers A numbsr of neighbors gathered at Mie Vern Barker home Sunday to help Mr. Barker celebrate his birthday. A pot luck lunch was served at noon. The afternoon was spent socially and playing baseball. B<Jcker Bros, have put two gas pumps up the past week. The John Kirschs are the possessors of a Hudson car piircha^d last week. Laura Schaller returned home Sunday after several weeks at the Henry Kohlhans home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Walter of Summers, Town, were visitors at tho Geo. Scliallcr home last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Weydert and sons from near Algona were Sunday visitors at the Mike Reding home. Mrs. Anna Altmftn and daughters, Anna and Lena, were Sunday dinner guests at the P. J. Erpeldlng home. Relatives In this vicinity received word of the death of Mrs. Ora Lentsch of Winifred, South Dakota, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lansing are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday. April 18th. The infant has been named Alberta Evonne, Mr. and Mrs. AVex Elschen and Mr, and Mrs. George Simon and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Anton Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Math Schackmann and daughter, Adella from Park Rapids, Minn., spent last Thursday and Friday at the John Frlderes home. A number of friends and relatives gathered at the Sylvester Wagner home Wednesday evening to help them celebrate their first wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and son. Alvln to (Baffle Gro\4e Sunday, where they spent the day with the Oscar Bechels. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zeller and son. George from Watertown. South Dakota, an here visiting- with their daughter, Mrs. Nick Thllges and family and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller and Hiram Ries attended the funeral of a RUMMAGE SALE! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The last days in our old stand. Balance of stock must be sold regardless of cost. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High April 18 68 April 19 55 April 20 49 April 21 64 April 22 66 April 23 63 April 24 50 Low 49 39 28 27 38 42 28 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.34>/4 2 yellow 33 .3 ye|low '. .32% Oats 20% Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-260 $3.30 Butchers, 260-300 3.20 Prime butchers. 300-500 3.00 Packing- Sows, 300-350 2.70 Packing Sows, 350-450 2.60 Packing Sows, 450-500 2.50 Light weight, 140 2.00-2.20 Light weight, 160 2.50 Light weight, 180 2.70 Cattle Canners and cutters $1.00-$2.00 Fat cows $2.00-$2.75 Calves $3.00-$5.00 Fat steers $5.00-$8.00 Stock steers $8.50-$3.50 Bulls $1.50-t2.25 Yearlings $3.00-$4.50 Ponltry Hens, large brseds ................ lie Leghorn hens ...................... 9c Heavy breed stags .................. 5c Leghorn stags ....................... 5c Roosters ........................... 4c No. 1 No. 2 Cream 14c lOc 2lc Children's School Shoes, 25c pair Ladies Robbers lOc pair Men's white soft collars, 12 tor 5c Used Tires, an sires Z5c 20 new T£res, 450x21 J3.48 15 new Tires, 475x19 $3.78 15 New 30x3'/i Tubes 75c 20 gallons House Paint, $2.25 value SS1.19 gal. 20 gallons Flat Wall Paint, $2.85 valne $1.29 gal. Varnish, 4-hour dry . ,38c qt. JOE BLOOM Anderson's Rite-Way Friday and Saturday Specials Baking Powder, Rumford, 12 oz Morton's Salt, 17 2 pkgs .................. lIC Cream Cheese, 1A_ per pound .............. 1«7C Muffets, 1A per package ............ 1UV. 25c Tomato Juice, 3-12V4 oz cans 5 cakes R. Coffee, per pound Wheat Flakes, Whole. 3 pkgs Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs 5c 25c 21c 17c A Home-owned, operated store MEAT SPECIALS Baby Beef Roast 10 y 2 r>er nmmd . . • ** 25c Hamburger, fresh, pound .... Chickens pound Win a 1!):!4 lAmtiac Two-door sedan. Ask details. per pound Boiling Beef, 3 pounds US bu s Rite-Way Food Store resh Fruits and Vegetables -s Phone ;Mfi We Deliver MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Raymond Cook and Catherine cav- nnnaugh, Algona, April 20. Lawrence Klenholz. Delavan, Minn.. ad Helen Olbbs. April 21. Prank Scovllle. Marshalltown. and Nellie Oadbury. Chicago, April 22. Charles Fangust, East Chain. Minn., nnd Pearl McAninch, Swea City. April 23. John H. Lamb, Nlckolett. Minn., and Jean Thurston. Nlckolett, April 24. Gco. Rabe, Bancroft, and Armella Menke, Bancroft. April 24. NEW CARS LICENSED Eva M. Kennedy, Bancroft, Hudson sedan. Mrs. Herman Dreyer t Penton, Chevrolet coach. H. S. Hanson, Lafcota, Chevrolet conch. , Fred DeVries. Titonka, Plymouth sedan. Alice Babcock, Spirit Lake, Plymouth sedan. Wm. Shirley, Algona, Ford coupe. 6. E. McMahon, Algona. Chevrolet sedan. R. F. Krantz, Titonka, Ford sedan. Aloysius Erpeldlng, Algona, Chevrolet coach. M. E. Obterness, Fenton, Chevrolet sedan. E. W. Prlebe, Fenton, Chevrolet sedan. John E. Wilson, Titonka, Chevrolet coupe. R. E. Button, Bancroft, Hudson sedan. Ern-cst Fischer, Lone Rock, Chevro- coach. Roy Hilton, Algona, Chevrolet sedan. John Jurgenson, Algona, Dodge coupe. O. R. Jensen, Lone Rock, Chevrolet coach. Kossath Hospital News Mrs. E. Holtcamp of Algona gave birth to a baby girl, weighing 6% Ibs. Wednesday night. The child has been named Mona Dee. Lois Caldwell of Algona entered on Thursday for medical treatment. Zelda Pannkuk of Wesley entered on Thursday for medical treatment. Friday Bill Belser of Algona underwent a minor operation. Sunday morning, Harry Llptrapi of Corwith entered for medical treatment. Sunday, Mrs. Gall Skelly of Corwith entered for surgical treatment. Miss Gustie Winkle of Algona entered Tuesday to receive treatment for a gash in her head. Mrs. Ed Fischer of Armstrong en- ter'd Tuesday for medical treatment. Patft.y McEnroe of Algona entered Tuesday <to receive treatment for a fractured elbow receiv-d on the slides at school. Ida Walker of Lakota entered Tuesday for surgical treatment. Many Pay Respects at Wildin Funeral CHesico: Funeral service* for Mrs. Lewis Wlldln, who passed peacefully nway in her sleep on April 16, were he'.d Wednesday of last week In the M. E. church here, with a large group of friends and relatives paying their last tributes. Mrs. Wildin was born Lillian Gertrude Flowers at Shelter Island. New York, August 22, 1869. She was 64 years old at the time of her death. She was brought to Delaware county, Towa, by her parents, who later settled in Webster county. On July 9, 1899, at Eagle Grove, she became the wife of Lewis Wildin. Nine children were born to the union, three preceding their mother In death. Surviving are her husband, a i;on, George, who farms in Rlverdale township, and Wllma, Mary, Arthur and Louis at home. A sister. Mrs. Ed Danielson of Akron, Colo., and a brother. Walter of Lyons, Neb., were unable to attend the services, bud two brothers George and Arthur of Fort Dodge were present, as well as many other relatives. Rev. Hulse preached the funeral sermon and Miss Eunice Wilson sang a vocal selection. Burial was In the family lot In the Rlverview cemetery. frcnd. Mrs. Herman Konke of Clare Saturday. Interment was in a Fort Dodge cemetery. Francis Illgr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Illg returned home from Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Wednesday. Stella Bormann. R. N., who was caring for him, returned to her home Sunday. Francis Is getting along as good as can be exprcted. Victor Hammer accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Edward Hammer from Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Odell and Etta Meier of Irvlngton drove to LeSeuer, Minn., to visit with Mrs. Edw. Hammer's daughter, Mrs. Henry W. Balk and family. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their kindness and sincere words of sympathy durng our recent bereavement, also for the beautiful floral offerings.—Lewis Wildin. and family. Old Time Gathering at Wesley Home Miss Josephine Heinen and her brother, Leo, entertained at their home two miles northwest of Wesley a number of their relatives and friends last Thursday night. Games were played and delicious refreshments were served and a good sociable and happy time was surely enjoyed to its full extent by all who had come to spend such a welcome hour of friendship. Those who attended w«re: Mr. and Mrs. Goetz, William and Minnie Frimml, Rev. Pet- rr Stahl of Burlington and his nephew. Paul Stahl and his family, August Heinen and family, Raymond Klein, Fr^d Weld. Julius Lor«nz and family and. Ms brother. Anthony. Miss Mallnda Erdman of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kemprr. Jas Klemm and family. RIP- ell Wallace and Marvin Schurman o( Lacona, Iowa. CHECK Akre's Grocery these fine Values HWH KOIIOMY tUUS] IIALLIGAN'S CREST COFFEE 28c l-ll). Vacuum ^lass Jar . FLOUR SUVNYFIKLD, 49 Ib. bag $1.65 IONA FLOUR, 49 Ib. ba* .. .81.57 GOLD MEDAL, 24' j Ib. bag $1.07 1'ILLSBL'RY'S, 241', Ib. bag $1.00 12 oz. 19c Butter'Znd, 2 Ib. 49c Halting I'owdrr Rumford Shortening 1 Giscolb.19c 3-55c p Q IT r Goofy Ha. loon Morton'* Haia or Iodized Salt 2 Pkgs. Ann 1'iige Currant or Grape Jelly jar Ann I'uge Preserves 2 15c 10c Card of Thanks Words cannot express our sincere appreciation of the many kindn«.«s« shown us during the long ilincss and passing of our d?'r son and brother.— Ir.e George Jchnc ,-i family. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale Special SaJe of small f'irk hat». $! 85 lor Friday and 3iMurd^v~The Elite. 17 GOOD HOPE NEWS Mr. and Mrs Claude Seeley and son, Kent, spent Sunday at the W. I. Dodds home. Joe Madden of Haifa, Iowa, visited his sister, Mrs. Win. Treptow, Monday afternoon. Mothers Day will be observed at Good Hope and Whittcmore M. E. churches Sunday. May 13. C. L. Dittmer was the subject of a minor operation at Algona Monday morning. He waa able to return tiome after a period of rest. Mr. and Mrs. Widdel of Madella, Mln- n-'sota, were guests of Mrs. Wm. Treptow Sunday evening. Mrs. Widdel Is a niece of Mrs. Treptow. The C. L. and Arle Dittmers, the Lawrence Dittmers and Mrs. Wm. Treptow were dinner guests at the Leonard Dittmer home last Sunday in honor of Mrs. C. L. Dittmer's 66th birthday. DOAN NEWS Miss Grace Johnson has been assisting Mrs. A. Martlnek with housework fcr several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain are the parents of twin boys. The Katns have one other child, ft girl. Mrs. Clarence Seefeld had to have her ftngtr lanced to remove a sliver which had been In since February. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt of Wesley visited at the home of Mrs. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girrcs, Sunday. A large crowd attended the Doan supper and bazaar Thursday night. The aid will meet this week with Mrs. Eva Hanson and Mrs. Dorothy Depew. FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last $89.50.—Bjustrom's. 6-tf The Botsford Lumber Co. Is having a -peclal paint dcinnn^rution the last of this week. Don't Wait Change to Summer Oils and Grease Don't wait . . . DONT WAIT! We want to Impress It upon you that now is the time to change to summer oils. Your engine needs the heavier oil—must have It to operate correctly. Come in today and let us drain your old oU—and fill it with highest quality oil. Let us get your car> and wash it, vacuum the Interior and polish the nickel—all for the very special price this week only of 98c. We are equipped to paint your wheeJs, fenders or the entire car. See us for prices. Tire Service Co. MAC Phone 856 VIC NO HIGH RENT ^••••i^HHBHHHMHMMfliMHHHMMMi^BHHHi Cut-Rate LOW OVERHEAD EXPENSE GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 0 •**• Butter, l>cr 11). Bacon Squares, Ib LAUNDRY SOAP, "Big Ben" 10 bars 19c Peanut Butter, qt. ZSe Black Pepper, y, Ib 15o Tea, Green, y, Ib We Mcetard. large jar 12o Corn Meal, 5 Ibs. 13c GlnjrfT Snaps, 2 Ibs. 19e Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs. 21o Macaroni, 2 Ibs. 19c Lye, 2 cans 15o Brooms 32-48-55c RASPBERRIES, black or red, No. 2 cans 2 for 36c Corn Flakes I0o Puffed Wheat 9o Yeairtks 17c Whole Wheat Flakes 9c PUlsburjr, Wheat Bran 21o Kdloffs's All Bran 12o Rice Flakes 9c Bran Flake* 9c Kellogg's Knunbles 12c Georglc Porgle 23c Dwarfles 23c FLOUR Rose SUB Fireplace $1.58 Fremont's Best $1.62 Lucky Boy Jl-68 Mother's Best $1.83 Omar $1.95 241/2 U>. Sacks Lucky Boy Me Mother's Best 95c BANANAS, hard yellow 5 Ibs. 25c Coffee, 3 Ibs. CC |j Oranges, Florida, «** C || per dozen "Busiest Little Store in Town" SEED CORN FOU SALE—High yielding, early maturing yellow; le.sts S7 to 100 per cen:. -Hugh Kaiiey, phone 10F21. Algona. IT-tf POTATOES FOR 3AI.E- -45c por bu: el up.—Hay McWliort-.-r. BUM. IT FOR SALE— \ rrW.l Fnnnall tractor. rfpalnt"d, A-l condition at S050.- OC - Bancroft Ini|ih.-.'t;c-;it Co., Bancroft, Iowa. n« FOR SALE— White porcelain Bktlj?as ,-tovc and Sk Igns equipment.— Mrs. W. H. Cummings. 17 FOH Alsjona Hou.se. BALE— 1929 Pontlac coach.— Auto Market, Wt-^t, of Court 16 33c s i>r eniply jars returned to u.- ui tliis cost Voll ulilv li lc II). lalli r Japan (Ji-ccn tr 20c Best bulk tea 35c pound (iiuipowder and Orat I'eko Teas are very Dm you ever try llornicl , tell you there are none IH sell them every day. "Seafoam" Snap 1'osvdei .'>'^ pound park a lie J>airy Maid \Vicm-rs .' I tc-r 1'or vour money. We nu-ans more suds o re- sze KlusJi does the work 23c 18c Soap>. S.-oiii-iii- and (.'leaning i'owder. Scrub Brushes and lirootns are the necessities of the sea- so, and how about clothes pin> and saslieord lines ( For "Richelieu" and "Baby Stuart" Groceries in general, see AKRE Phone 290 or 291 VWVVrtAWU%rtAVUWW%WW^^^ Red Circle Ib. 21c So. 2 25c Il.iiniltoll's Saurkraut 2 No. 2" l tans 2lc Cotton Soft. Snow-Wliite Tissue C I A 1LUO shi:ft oemmole4 ^^ l r* uici). Ivory boap tilkc Oxydol 2 25c 5c 39c Super Suds 2 pkgs.15c large Bon Ami Rinso 2 i u , e ° r Utiju. 1> " u t 11c 41 c 37c 93c Ib. Ketchup 2 folk's F;iu<y Grape Fruit i> Cocomalt Cut lUte Wax Paper 2 pks. 13c riwcde Bilkexi,' Fis Rinss 2 Ib. 39c i. C. Sliced Peaches No. lu 35c 39c iRaisins 4 Ibs. 25. • FOR SALE--132H Ch- vroK-t coach.— AHjomi Auto Murki-t, Weot of Court House. j(j JOR Salt—1931 AhHjna Aiito Murla t, noiiaC. Ford ccupe.— Wi-hl of Court 10 SALE—Horsx-s lit the old Cos- l/rovu barn.—C'. L. McVay. P;:one 791. lfi-17 New Cotton Frocks JUST Ul-JCEIVF!) i;x'.-a liitt and danct; j,tts.—Tin; long KHu-. silk n FOH .SALE Clx.-vrolct b!i.-.li!<'.v> cotipo I'Jiil model, excellent condition. Just (iiecl:i(i (v.i r.Mrs Muriel Ltav;rton, '.MU W. McGregor St., Algona, Te). 763. 16-ia- New Wa.sli Frocks, voices, prints, dimitit.s, Haxoiit, a- ersuckers.—The Elik. n FOR SALE—Manchu £,oy beans; Iliini soy beaas; white bl'shom seed clover. —S. O. Keagle, TiLonka, Iowa. 15-18' Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium iize, $77.50. Terms—Bjusyom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf t'OR SALE—Thrtilicrs or corn shell- US' liens. Algona Upper Des Moinea. Lost-Found LOST— -Pair of three-quarter length one button brown kid gloves. Pleaae u-turn to thU USE BUCHU AND GIN Make Thii. Z5c Test It i~> ii.i valuable to the- bladder as castor 01! l(j ttu.' bowels. Drivei out im- puritiC6 and excess acids which cause UK> irritutlou reiiiltiiig in geLling up iiighti, buruinif. fr>.qutnt desire, 5e({ piiiii^ arid butkiicht. On account of the ulcohol Uiiu juniper oil from which gin u> iinicle. Aafc lor BukeU, the bladder laxative ulwj cojitaiaing bucliu k-aveji. tic. After four days, if siot pleased your Uruviflil will return >our 20c. You m\- boujjd lo jttecp better after this cleansing. E. W, Lusby, Drusglat. Algona, atid W. J. Denton, Druggist, TiU/cJta, say Buk- ets is a bu>t seller. Dresses for the Home and Street Tub Fait Cottons All Pre Shrunk Sizes 12 to 52 Flowered Plaid Stripe Dots These crisp, new, sparkling cotton frocks will be a delight to every woman or miss—ideal garments for the home, the office, the street. New styles, new ideas—they 're all embodied in these fasojwiting dresses. Special showing this week-— $1 1.98 2.98 3.98

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