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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1934 LUVERNE LADY SUFFERS STROKE t Mrs. Jno. Klawitter, Sr., 85, Dies at Home of Daughter, Mrs. Fred Tiede IiUVcme: Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Mrs. John Klawltter, Sr., 85 years of age, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Tiede, following a utroke suffered in March. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Whlt- tenterg. Mrs. Klawltter leaves to mourn, three daughters, Mrs. F. W. Tiede of LuVerne, Mrs. Louis Stevenson and Miss Bertha KJawtttier of Bloomington, HI., and four sons, John, Charles and Ed of Bloomington and Wm. of LuVerne. Interment was made beside her husband in the LuVerne cemetery. Mrs. O'Connor is very ill at this writing. Fay Niver is home from Omaha for a two weeks' vacation. A baby girl was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hcdrick. Mr .and Mrs. Don Lichty of Chicago are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Harris of Waterloo visited last week at the Ray Stone home. Boss Levler visited last week with .his aunt, Mrs. J. F. O'Connor. The cemetery association met Thursday with Mrs. Herbert Smith. Mrs. Clara Oleson of Chicago Is vis itlng at the Jake Kubly home. The Presbyterian Sunday Shcoo held their annual picnic at the Ben wick Park Thursday. Mrs. H. E Peitzke went to tb? hos pital In Rochester Tuesday for treat ment She returned home Saturday. Al Miller, Milo Milter, Irwln Ramus and Harold Hof returned Tuesday from several weeks of fishing in Minnesota The Evangelical Young People's so clety will hold an ice cream social a the community hall Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley, Mr. and Mrs. Wahl and daughter, Eileen o Paton visited Sunday at the Rev. Lang home. Mrs. Minnie Lottman and Mrs Schwing of Peorla, HI., are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Henry Pergande. Mrs. Wm. Baddetey, Jack and Josephine Holdcroft returned home Sunday from a week's visit with friends at Woolstock. Miss Dolores Woito who is attending school In Cedar Falls spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. ane Mrs. Ernest Wofto. Mrs. Schroeder returned to her home in Cedar Falls Sunday after a week's visit with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone. Mrs. Arthur Diml-er went to Mason City Sunday after her daughter. Katherine, who has been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Gerald Hebener and family. Mrs. Harold Phillips took four Queen Esther girls, Phyllis Lichty, Kathleen Sanford. Hazel N_>gaard and Maxlne Smith to Lake Okobojl Sunday for a week's outing. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and family. Mrs. C. C. Anderson enjoyed Department Sfores Full Speed Ahead The Harvest and Clearance Sale Demonstrates that You Get More For Your Money at Graham's At the end of the first week of this sale, Saturday, we recorded a larger number of sales transactions than we had ever anticipated. The Sale Continues this Week With Sustained Interest and Many New Values Added Daily. Woineivs-Misses' Briefs—Panties Regular 5()c garments Clierry Bloom Water Sets 7 pieces special _ 50c Harvest Salt- Wash Dresses 95c Qual.ty and valuee a•* i.:'.f. you '..'::<:. Stcvetn's All Linen Toweling 17c Bleached or unbleached toweling, 18 inches v/'ici:. Sport Fabrics clean-up price 43c Smart desirable pat- t-ern.s for sport tlresi- e^. Buy now! Men's Unions V'.n -ilk. \vhhc and - 69c 39c Printed Pique __25c Half linenjDrash __. 8c 15c Cretonnes for __10c Child's rib Unions 39c SI women's sweat'rs 50e Special Men's Socks 9c Eockford &ox, 2 for 25c Men's rayon shorts 25c Men's rayon Ehirts _25c Men's ribbed unions 67c Boys seersuckers 59c Men's rayon sox -15c 32 pc. dinner sets 2.98 Hvy. mixing bowl 17c J sew house broom 39c Sport Dresses $2.69 Weeks ol v,i-ar an- ;t;. !ti are corn-el. Anklets _ _Pric«d at 15c Fea'i.u'erJ .-.penal at _• <!..« fl price *.'..•: < 'liildrcn's Wash Dresses 49c £:na: I nt A biH ~-L.J _i.d oii;.n:c;v g'ii'- ii.u -Aear. i'> knit 47c nun.- <>\- rls. Unit all .-i/rs Hampers and Baskets 98c 32 piece Dinner Sets $4.98 Aluminum Fe^l'ii' (i ;n .-p'_c.jl f..,..ip 49c Pt i ^u.a'.uiv . CI./1'.'' THE WEEKLY RECORD TVEATHER REPORT July 11, .03 inches rain 84 67 July 12, .94 inches rain 85 61 July 13, .14 inches rain 83 66 Julfr 14 93 65 July 15, .38 inches rain 85 63 July 18, .64 inches rain 81 66 July 17, .25 inches rain 85 65 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $ .52 2 yellow 50 2 mixed 4914 Old Oats 36% New Oats 35% Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $4.20 Prime butchers. 300-500 4.10 Packing Sows, 300-350 3.50 Packing Sows. 350-450 3.40 Packing Sows, 450-500 3.30 Light weight, 140 2.60 Light weight, 160 3.00 Light weight, 180 3 50 Cattle Fat cows $2.00-2.50 Oalives 3.00-4.CO Fat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 2 1 .50-3.50 Bulls 1.50r2.25 Cream .23c Poultry Hens 7-9 C Boilers i 2 -i4c Roosters 4-5 C Ducks .'...'.'.'. ; 4 _ 5c Turkeys g c Eggs No. 1 i3c No. 2 9c a picnic dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craig and Mrs. Mayme Craig at Livermore Sunday. Mrs. Austin Burtis entertained about twenty ladies of the Methodist Ladles Aid society Friday afternoon at her home. A program was enjoyed after which refreshments were served . Dr. and Mrs. Ward Hannah and heir daughter, Edith Mae, and Miss Katherine Kesne, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson returned home on Thursday after several days' visit with Rev. and Mrs. George Hannah at Wilmar, Minnesota. Rev. Wrri. Baddeley, Wesley Badde•-y, Harold and DeRay Lichty, Wills Sanford, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Marvel Davidson, Mary Fafrell, Mary Mc- 21ellfm and Benona Neal returned lome Sunday after a week spent at L,ake Okobojl attending the League Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and 'amily, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hunt and 'amily. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey enjoyed a picnic dinner together at he Renwick Park Sunday in honor if Mr. and Mrs. Masterson's wedding anniversary. Miss Elsie Hunt cam-* Tom Cedar Falls to attend the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. F. I Chapman. Mr. \irs. I. H Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. larold Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. jowmiller and son. Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray and daught-er and Vlatt Marty attended the annual Odd Fellows' picnic at the home in Mason Ity Sunday. After services and program a picnic dinner was enjoyed by 11 on the lawn. A farewell party was glvenn Sunday t the H. O. Chambers horn*- at Corwith in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Ward Hannah and daughter, Edith Mae and kllss Katherine Keene of Los Angeles, California, who have been visiting at he Peter Thompson home and with other relat!)fes and friends in this community., Fourteen families were represented. Dr. Hannah was superintendent of the LuVerne schools about 30 years ago and Mrs. Hannah was also a teacher in th-? LuVerne school. Mrs John Newville, Titonka, Dies Monday Mils. John Newville, mother of Floyd Newville, city constable, died at her home last Monday morning at the age of 94 years, in Titonka. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1:30 in the afternoon at Titonka. A more complete obituary of Mrs. Newville will appear in the next issue of this paper. NEW DOCTOR'S OFFICE OPENED INSWEACITY Library Board Members are Re-appointed for Six Year' Terms Band Concert Night Changed This Week Band concert, held Wednesday night this we-rk instead of the uf uai "Thursday night because o fthe rodeo, offers the following program: "The Eclipse." march; "The Crystal," march; "Said Pash." overture; popular number; Vake Egyptian." waltz; "Yankee Spirit." march; "Morning, Noon. Night," overture; popular mimb.r; "The Aero- plane," march. Country Club and Brookside in Match The Algona Country Club and the Brookside Golf club played a match iit the Country club Sunday afternoon Twenty nu.-ir.bers frcm each organization played, making ten foui>.omth. | The tourr.am:nt was wen by the Al- eomi Country Club. -,vho have hart con- tideriibly more experience Than mo-t members oj the Brook-side club Next Sunday the Algcna Country Club vill play a match with member.-, of the For st CH/ Club on the local links, and the following Sunday will play a return tournament a-. Erookiide" " Mildred Goetsch returned to Des Moines after a visit with relatives and friends. John Panzer of Estherville was a Sunday caller at the Clarence Metzger home. Marjorie Osborn spent Friday and Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. C. Madison at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors at the Henry Kueck home. Ervln and Truman Johnson families of Fenton were Friday evening visitors at the C. O. Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Richardson and family of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Ornie Behrends Jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and children of Fenton were Saturday evening visitors at the C- O. Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and their daughter, Lavonne were Sunday supper guests at the Dr. Whitlow home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willrett and fpinlly. and Mauri:c Jensen visited at. the Henry Burghoffer horn; Jast Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and Mrs. Julius Bollig returned Sunday frcr.i a several dr-r visit with relatives at Tracy, Minn. A threshers' meeting was held at the Julius BolliR homo Thursday evening and one Friday evening at the O. R. Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Saunders and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and son were Sunday dinner guests at tb? Raymnod Anderson home near Swca City. Swea City: Dr. R. M. Minkel of Fort Dodge is now located in the Bayers office rooms over the bakery, having opened his office for business July 15. l>r. Minkel is R gri'lua:-? in medicine of the University of ow.t ;n the class of 1932, served as Interne for one and a half years at the Vassar Brothers hospital in Poughkeepsie, New York, and then six months at th« Craig hospital and sanitarium at Beacon, New York. He comes here highly recommend-Ed. His parents live in Fort Dodge and his mother, Mrs. L. H. Minkel, spent the pvt week here assisting her son in getting his office ready for the public. Grant Twp. Homecoming The Grant township homecoming will be held at Ward's Park, Fairmont, Minnesota, on July 22. An invitation has been extended to all former settlers of Grant township. Mrs John Speicher of Fairmont is president. The ardangements committee iconsists of Mrs. Alex Bishop, Mrs. Delbert Hunt, Mrs. Viola Swanson, with J. O. Seylar in charge of publicity and invitations It is expected that 500 will attend the s?cnnd annual homecoming. A basket, dinner will be enjoyed followed by a series of entertaining features, arranged by the committees in charge. All Stars Win The Swea City All Stars softball team played the Grant township team on the local diamond Thursday night, winning with a score of 7 to 2 and lost th? Friday night game in a hot contest of nine innings to Estherville with a score of 3 to 2. On Tuesday night in the regular softball schedule the Southwest with Albertson and Poole as battery will meet the Northeast with Knutson and Roakon as battery in the final game of the tournament. Each team has won four games and lost one This promises to be a big event. Ray Smith. Howard Krumm and John Walker are attending the World's Fair at Chicago. Miss Esther Smith returned Friday from Chicago where she had spent a week at the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Nelson and daughter are visiting the Arthur Bensons at Bralnerd, Minn., this week. Mrs. Clare Poole accompanied Miss Alice Hoeck to Hawkeye, Iowa, where they will visit relatives for two weeks, fscll Beyers, employed by th? City Produce Co., had the misfortune to break his ankle while on duty on Saturday evening. Mrs. Cecil Griffith and infant son returned to Swea City Friday having ^pent the past several weeks with relatives at Kanawhn. Misses June Larson, Helen Wal- ;trand, Lucille Anderson and Dorothy Christensen spent Sunday at the Jensen home in Seneca. The W. C. T. U. members are planning their annual picnic to be held at the City Park on July 17. Each member will bring a guest. Corn loans are being paid off by a number of farmers, who are taking advantage of the present corn prices and are shelling and selling. Adrian Clark of Grant township, an ex-service man left Sunday for camp at Decorah Iowa, where government jobs are open to ex-service men. Mrs. L. O. McNeill who suffered a stroke a week ago, is reported as gradually failing and her condition is serious. Mrs. Marie Jacobs is caring for Mrs. McNeil. Miss Lucille Anderson of Swea township was honor guest at a birthday surprise party on Friday evening when a group of friends came to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. A. B. Tweefren who has been ill the past five weeks ,is gradually improving and it Is hoped she will soon be able to be around again. Miss Lela Young, R. N., is caring for her. Nels Benson and son, Alfred, and Carl Parsons of Braham, Minnesota, visited old friends here the past week. They were called to this locality by the accidental death of the former's grandson, Sidney Wood of Titonka. The Bensons are former residents of Swea City. Miss Helen Walstrand was hostess for the Harrison township 4-H club members and mothers at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Anna Larson on Friday afternoon. Eighteen club members and mothers, together with their club 1-sader, Mrs. T. F. Johnson enjoyed the afternoon. Prizes for various contests were won by Marjorie Lundquist, Mrs. Clare Erickson, Mrs. Wm. Poole. Refreshments were served and the pictures were taken of the club group. Mrs. Walter Smith was re-appointed as library board member for a six year term. Mrs. Smith serves as president, of the library board. Mrs. Anna Larson was re-appointed for a six year term and serves as secretary of the board. Other board members are: H. T. Winter, vice president; E. L. Hanson, Mrs. J. L. Vaux. Mrs. Vaux is chairman of the book purchasing committee. The circulation of books for the year ending July, 1934, was 5,000, while in 1933 the circulation was 2,000. A new lot of books will be purchased Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., August 1, 1934, for road gravelling on the county line south of Fenton, Iowa, involving 4500 cu. yds. of gravel, 23400 units of »_> mile haul and 1800 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pit. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the offce of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa- July 17th, 1934. E. J. BUTLER, 29-30 County Auditor Remember! When you buy tires— Gambles give you a guarantee against all road hazards except puncture, fire and theft. There are over 900 Gamble Stores and Gamble Agencies in 14 N. W. states. 28 For Sale Miscellaneous Administrator's Sale | Tht !.__: F.rcl coup.. Ix-longing to the ..ue Christina Kmu.on \viii c,. .- O 'd at auction Friday aUeruou.'i, July'iiu ut uvo o'clock ut t;ic A-yu'r..; buni- t.u.iun.—t. C. Scunlaii, At!!iiu.ic-rutor —Adv. FOR SALE—Good 28-50 Ca.se thre.sh- ir.K machine.—Frank Stt-britz, 412 N Minn.. Algor.a. 29- GARAGE FOR SALE—Completely equipped garage for .sale Was Chevrolet agency. Reatonable rent—low inventory.—Johns: n Cht-vrolct Co Swea City, Iowa. L>O" FOR SALE—Wheel chair, good as new.—Myrtle Turnbaugh, phone 59G- J. Algona, r_wa. " •>$' WANTED—Local representative. Sales work. Prefer young man 18 to 30. Write care of thi.s office. No inyet,t- m.nt but reference required. 2'J' Notice of Sheriff's Sale --TATI; !•!•• n iv, \ ...0.-.M 'ill . .,1 .V| V ,.. i FOR SALE—U-sed John Deere ino- | del D Tractor, overhauled and in good • runn.n b ' ccmlrion. Will make terui.- U | nece.'.sary. priced j-ea.-.onab'..-.—S'Wa \ City Impl. Co. 2'J FOH SALt—Light Na.sh 4 door £i| dan. 21,000 actual mileag . In ex- i ccllent mechanical condition. Extra 1 _(-Gd tires.—Algoi-.a Auto Market, \Ve.-,t of Court He use. 2U USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One of the best used Buick ears in Algona is offered for tale at about one-sev- eiv.h of the coit price. The. car ii mechanically perfect and ha.s always uctived the br.-,t of care. Anyone in- ten-ted t.-.<.ulrt inquire at the Upper Oes Moines oflic-r. Save that en-am with a Vega, sep'-. arator. U.vers biggest boosters. Mecli- ; urn size. $77.50. Term*—Bjubirom's Al! gona, Iowa. -j.tj Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirschs Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tt MAN WANTED for Rawlelgh Route of 800 families. Write Immediately. —Rawleigh Co., Dept. IAG-191-SA, Fr:eport, 111. 28* Our ir,tores: rate to borrowers \vas reduced to iix per cent on July 1st. If you are planning on building a home, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage avail yourself at the low interest rate plan <A the Aigona Bulding A: Loan Ass'n. 22-tf International Manufacturer has position for reliable men with car m thi.s lociihiy. Only men interested in permanent work and capable of earning above ordinary income need respond. Apply Pratt Electric Co., Algona, la. 28-2'J* Lost-Found LOST—Pair of note gla-s.es en the .-trerU; of Algona. Finder nlease return to Upper De6 Moults ctllce. L'O i)K. M. I. LKHTF.lt VETERINARIAN Day and night calls, Phone 19 Hurt. Iowa We Specialize in Automobile Liability Insurance Our Automobile Iniuram« PrutecU You in (a&e You Get Hurt A MODERN AUTOMOBILE TRAVEL SERVICE Vi-iy rctioiiuble rutta. Complete protection. Duel ling and IJouM&uId Goodb luburaoce Lung Haul Truckers, a.ud Caryo InsuraiUe IfA'a and Miniiecota legal requireuitiiLs iSpecial rattt). Fidelity BonOa — Surety Boiuli — Beer Bond« B^i'.di wn'-tt-ri at our Algona office. Our Foiiry Writing ( oiuietLiouj, atol Company Contracts Permit LS to Write Your IikMiraiue <uid Buudb at the Very Rates ( ojiiiiUut With Reliable Senice. Brckeiag* Bu.-ineu> Solicited THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY '*'>•»' 53 f. H. LaBarre el.*. Ji.culvd (.n gi-Li-ti lK,r Ut door Nonil ul lovvo State Bank. CfiviscEiiil&s fi fferlxst OUB PLATFORM In place of the usual "Gigantic July Clearances" which most stores put on at this time of year, we offer greatly reduced prices in our Main Btore and in Chrlfchilles & Herbst ANNEX, th: bargain center of Algona. Read these announcements carefully as they are full of worth while savings. Trade at the Main Store and the Annex but don't expect any big sale bills from either place. We have the goods a'nd wj have the right prices but we are omitting the "ballyhoo." • ji July Clearance Prices at the Main Store JL New cord law cloth, strtctlv washable and non-sag—one o< the most attractive new fabrics of the summ-r— three nO*v colors and white, 3G Inche.-, wide 9OC A large ielection of eyelet and embroidered batiMe and organdy—on c of 1934's nust popular cloths—wide rant- of *»**_ color— .special July price .......... . . ' '.".'. .'' ............... OvC 50 and 54 inch white coating— a brand new fabric, good wight novelty weaves, for coats and ~ iports outfits, special Voiles— Voiles— Voiles— always the senicn's most popular dress fabric for summer. New and attractiv- patterns, pretty, becoming ihadi-i, a yrand a.ssortment such as you would i-xix-ct. to find where each piece is .specially ielectecl 19c 29c 39c Large iized beach tow. Is, tayly colored, -'nappy stripes Children'*, summer tun-back play tuiti, made of waihable and pretty pattern Mexican .stripes, print., arid plaias. Off* Mze.s 4 to 16, jiut what ycu are looking for lor daughter ...Olf C BOxl(J5 bed spreads, jacquaul woven deserts, full color (£4 w mm range, this i.s a real buy, so don't, pais it by .......... 9 ••DO All Unen lunch clotlw. good for the home and bridge nrize this is -i heavy full bleachtd linen with colored borders, " J3X53 3>1«lO 53x61 $1.35 All w:.ol swimming tuits, all ttandard make Bradley, ilzes 34 to 4° conservative style* and co.or. 1 !, O>4 ffk C? a real buy at ...................................... vl •• vD All wool swimming suits, wit:: all the 1934 feature, tun-back halter neck, abbreviat. d everywhere, l&o' AC new rnerchandiiu ................................... ^MB V O All silk pantita, briefs or ikun.rues, lace and medallion lace trimmed jikt received, .specially E ffk ' priced lor July .......................................... D vC Rayon Taffeta paiul dips, with shadow panel for protection against the sun m new cotton sht-.r.v, cut on bias with California top, exceptional Hi. tea ru-e and white Pa.-tel colored pique outing skirts, well made, perfect fitting, all sizes, a r, al "outing" r.em ................ dean - Up cf thk> >•«»'•* slock value. 59C all styles in all tiaes July Clearance Prices at the ANNEX (First door south of Steel's New Clothing Store) Any curtain m the Annex, grand clean-up of value, to $275 for ».c Carmen hair nets,, all colors ' „ Fuie all lintn ha.idkwchivfs, a real bargain, buy VorXma-i'lSc £-25. Ladie.6 fin. Jersey slips, non-tag, fie..:., all iizej, ' g^. Rayon taflcta bias cut ladies, arid m^m, sjips, txtra value 89c Ladies pure silk, full fashioned ••_el,cted im-gulai"' hosit-i-v all'" new iuwuner sli&des and brand new suck. _iz__. B'.j, to 10V S9c Any glove in the Annex, former values to $1.50 ... '^ J9c Any struig lace drtss in the .lore, last call, wae.' U to 20 $1 95 Back of flue silk orttfct*. .izej, 14 to 40, big price reduction $2 98 White purse*, Urn year's !,;>•._•_.. only a few ktt, v-Jule they last 5»c All cotton Woos.., all regular $1 00 values Jrwn the Mam iUj re tizea -J2 to 40. jubt the thing tor now and Full ... 5a \ Any voile or cotton drtts in the Arim-x, Mnul clean-up 8 ^. , Big table of cha^ I0lk-t prepurutl ,n. a ai.d ujsinttlcs, only il)c ( Coats, silk dre£*S and suit* ;-.t iiual rtduction, . ,. '**™™^^ READ THE "WANT ADS

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