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the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, towa, Sept. 27,1934 CAST OF 80 IN PL AY OF LEGION AUXILIARY, OCT. 15 Comedy, "School Days," to be Annual Presentation; Committees Named The American Legion Auxiliary of Hagg Post No. 90 is sponsoring the - , - . ... . „ comedy "School Days" to be presented S^^^^.A^'S^'TS Anna Lahipe of Bancroft Wed To Swea City Youth Anna Marie Lampe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ixanpe, ST., of Bancroft, became the bride of Nicholas Doocy, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Doocy of Swea City, Tuesday, September 25 In Bancroft at St. John's Catholic church with Father Schultes officiating. Bertha Lampe, R. N., of Port Dodge, sister of the bride and Marcellus CCvalus of Fort Dodge, were the couple's attendants. The bride wore '* white ankle length canton crepe dress trtmm-;d with white fur and a full length tulle veil with a cap effect of pearls and carried a by a cast of 80 local people at the high school auditorium on the even- Ings of October 15 and 18. roses. A green and black tunic dress with black accessories was worn by the bridesmaid and she carried a bouquet of deep pink talisman roses and baby brpath. pe home. The couple then left for Chicago on a two weeks' honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs. Doocy will be at home after October 12th at the home of the groom's parents. J2? R , Ut v "f 1 "' OWn !f, and C ° Py " Following the wedding ceremony, lighter of the play, wlli f direct person-1 reception was held at the " ally. She has had a wide experience ~~ through a number of years In present- Ing hoir.e talent plays. Miss Hall is a graduate of Iowa State University'^ dramatic department. The local Auxiliary president, Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, has announced the following committees: general play committee—Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, Mrs. W. P. French, and Miss Leola Zelg- ler; cast committee, Mrs. W. P. French, Mrs. Alf Kresensky, and Miss Leola Zeigler; properties and costumes, Mrs. E. R. Morrison; publicity and advertising, Mrs. Anton Dldricksen; tickets and finance, Mrs. Olen Roland. The committee on advance ticket sale has been named as follows-. First Ward, Mrs. L. W. Pox; Second Ward, Mrs. Wm. Datr; Third Ward, Mrs. Henry Becker; Fourth Ward, Mrs. R. H. Guderlan. Annual K. & H. Oil Meeting on Tuesday The fourth annual meeting of the K. it H. Coop. Oil Co., will be held In the Klelnpeter hall, Wesley, Tuesday evening, October 2, at 8 p m., J. P. Studer, secretory, has announced. Cards are 'being sent to stockholders, and a financial statement of the company appears In this week's issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines. Election of officers, several talks and treats are on the program, and a large turnout is expected. LuVerne, Corwith Nines Beat Wesley Wesley: Last Tuesday Wesley lost a close game to LuVerne on the latter's fleld by a score of 3 to 2. Going one Inning over the agreed innings to be played, LuVerne pushed over a run which decided the fesue. In the first half of the eighth, with the score 2 to 2, Wesley missed a chance to score when they had bases full and only one out. Tfte next two men at bat were retired In order. LuVerne coming to bat in the half of the same inning put men on second and third and with a well placed bunt scored the run needed to win. Playing at Corwith Friday, the Wesley baseball team again went down to defeat by a score of 9 to 4. The Corwith hitters were. Just too much for Wesley though the locals played the best game so far shown this year. Popular Algona Girl Week-End Specials Chocolate, 19 r Hershey's, V4 lb- cake.. 1*«V Cocoa, Hershey's, 19- lb. can **•*» Superb Milk, 17 r 3 taQ cans * • *» Coffee, Council 97 r Oaki pound bag ***** Post Toasties, 91 r 2 large pkgs till. Corn Flakes, 91 p Kelloggs, 2 large pkgs. . ."I*Chocolates, 1rt>» vanilla, pound 1VI. Sanka Coffee, AC r lb. can *tUV Rolled Oats, 1C« Superb, large pkg 1*JC Eobb-Boss Water Softener 14 oz. pkg. 8c 40 oz. pkg 21c Salmon, Genuine Alaska Pink, tall can Returns for Visit Miss Elizabeth Fosholdt left Algona Saturday after a visit of several days with her many Algona friends. For a number of years Miss Fosholdt was a popular teller in the Algona State Bank and was popular socially as Well as in a business way. About seven years ago tlhe and her sister went to Long Beach, California, where a brother resides. Miss Fosholdt Is holding * responsible position in a Long Beach bank. Miss Fosholdt was ft guest at the honKs of Mrs. Henry Pletch and Mrs J. L. Bonar whle in Algona, and several social affairs were given in her honor. Margaret. Shellmyer of West Bend was a guest of her cousin, Gladys Rising over the week end. Don Mertz of Waterloo spent Sunday visiting friends in Algona and with his parent® in West Bed. George Kftnouff left Wednesday of last w«ek for Iowa City where he te now a sophomore at the university. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klrsch left early Monday morning for the world's fair at Chicago and are spending this week there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Saunder* returned Sunday from Sioux City where they had spent the week end with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thtei and Mrs. Max Bast, and daughter visited their cousin at Welcome, Mnvnesota, last unday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lansing and two hlldren of Bancroft were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson ind family. Edwin Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,. E. Norton, Is attending Iowa State ;ollef?e at Ames this year where he is sophomore. Maurice McEvoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy will begin work as lerk In Graham's store next Monay, October l. Lee Reed, Jr., who is now employed n a cleaning establishments at Blue Sarth, Minnesota, spent the week end ith his parents here. Eleanor Keen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen, is attending the State Jniverslty of Iowa at Iowa City this ear and Is a sophomore. Elda, Esther and Amelda Lavrenz are planning to leave Saturday for Chicago where they will visit relatives and ako attend the worldte 'fair tfosr a week. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Morfoot of Perry returned to their home Wednesday of last week after a few days' visit with Mrs. Morfoot's sister, Mrs. W. A. White. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family were guests Sunday at a dinner given at the home of Mr. Duffy's sister, Mrs. A, L. Montag at West Bend. Edward Zender is enrolled as a student in St. Ambrose college at Daven- The Bible Searchers class met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Estella Sabin. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams spent Sunday In Brltt where they visited relatives. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill has been ill since the first of the week with septic sore throat. Dennis Pratt and Joe Kelly attended a meeting Thursday evening at Fort Dodge of ekctricians. John Hftrgreaves, employed in ths Swift & Company office, spent the week end with friends at Ames. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and daughter, Kathleen, spent Saturday in Port H'rtcre where Dr. Evans went on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Elbsrt and Mr. ?rrt M--. LST Walters of Whittemore week in Chicago at the worldls fair. Rev. C. Paul Carlson and Rev. A. English attended Presbytery at Lonet Rock Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt spent Friday in Des Moines. They were accompanied by Mrs. C B Murtagh who returned to her home after visiting Mrs. Hettle M. Ferryman and her daughter, Ruth of Atlantic, Iowa, are visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Edith Oregson. who teaches in Sioux Ctty with Edna Scharlach, accompanied her home over the week end and visited relatives here. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Tuesday night of last week for a two weeks' stay at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles in Churl* City. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and their children were Sunday dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Little, at Humboldt. Kenneth Knutson, who is n sophomore at Dunwoodle institute, Minneapolis, visited wt the W. E. Laird home over the week end. Dick Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, who Is a freshman at the Iowa State College at Ames this year hate been pledged to the Phi Delta Theta, fraternity. Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Oow of Sergeant Bluffs, Iowa, Rev. F. H. Schuldt of George, Iowa, will be guests of Rev and Mrs. C. V. Hulse during the Methodist conference. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Bfeaman of Corwitti attended the funeral of Mrs Bessie Critzer here Friday and also visited at the home of Mrs. Seaman's father, W. J. Becker. Doris Long, wtoo is teaching this year Nora Springs chaperoned a house Clear L*ke. The house party Included a number of girls from Nora Springs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Maloney arid their daughter wfio ts a nurse in the Lutheran hospital, and two sons and a friend of Austin, Min- neso<a. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Scharlach and daughter of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, left Wednesday of this week after a two weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. James Bishop, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Bishop, entered Dubuquo Unl- versit las; week at Diibuqw, Iowa, and is a freshman there this eyar. He Is rrnklng his home with his sister, Mrs. B. L. Hilliard. R-'v. nnd Mrs. Joseph Castle of Evanston, Illinois, are guests at the Rev. C. V. Hulse homa Bev. and Mrte. Castle are Morningslde graduates and Rev. Castle graduated from the Oarrett Biblical Institute of Evanston. Mrs. Davis S. Beck and daughter of Marshalltown, are spending this week witfii her husband here. Mr. Beck came to Algona recently a-nd Is taking A. T. Tweet's places as salesman for the Harper, Mclntyre Company of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. William Scharlach of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan May of Des Moines and Edna Scharlach of Sioux dty spent the w*ek end with here a week or so. part7.^weekend"at > look0,;tlnna tttelr parents. Mr. «nd Mrs. C. C. ScharlBch. Mrs. May Is a daughter of ttre Schalachs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johanns*n, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy BJtistrom, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Roland, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff BJuMrom drove to Rochester on Sunday and spent the day wifih Art Helbcrg who has b«n a pattent there In the Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Anderson and daughter, Ruth, of Spencer were In Alpona Friday and also attended the funeral of Mrs. Anderson's uncle, Oeo. Hnnnn at Burt. Ruth remained In Al- fconn a? n truest ftt the Horvier Anderson homo until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tranter and their son moved their household goods U> Mason City and will makr their honv there. Mr. Trailer who Is associated with ttie Firestone Tlr? Company, has been 'transferred which necessitated the change in residence. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith are leaving Algona for Webster City this week where they expect to establish their residence. ' Mr. Smith, who has been the jeweler «t th Lusby drug store for the past ten years, was forced to resign because of trouble with his eyes. Lloyd E. Hudson has been promoted to field manager of the- Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and he and his wife and their two daughter, Mary Hekn and Barbara, will move to Port Dodge within the next week. At present they are living in Mrs. E. C. Dickinson's house. 19« . lto\» 1V4 lb. can Free Cake Tin. Baking Powder, 99- Calumet, can ........... Lt£*\* P. & G. Soap, 10 r 6 giant bare ........... * 1 ' v Kraft Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 8 ounce jar ------- 12c 16 ounce jar ------ 21c 32 ounce jar -------- 31c \ Notice of Hearing > Application to Make Compromise •etttoBCBt with L. M. Owen »4 Ammm f, Ow«». In 'the District Court of Iowa In and or Konnuth County. In Equity No. 3780. U A. Andrews, Superintendent f nankin* of the State of Iowa. 'In In. (Iff, v». KosBUtf.i County State lank', AlRona, Iowa, defendant. To all depoftltord and creditors of he .Konsuth County. State Hank. Al- Kona, Iowa, and to whom It may con- em : YIIU are horoby notified that tliero now on flic In ihe office of ilm ork iif the DlHtrlct Court of KoH.suth 'ounty, Iowa, the application of M. W. latrn. Superintendent of Hanklnif of he State of Iowa, as Receiver of tlm {riHMiith County Sta'a Hunk. Alpronn. owa. .unking thai he be mithorl/i-.l to nake ~H comprom'He settlement with I... M. Owen and Anna V. Owen, of Al- Korm. Iowa, according to tin t« Tint) wml onrtltlonn net out In suld application i) which you are reforred for further particulars. Your are further notified that the he learlnK on Bald application will lad at the Court Hoime In AlRunu, owa. on the 4th day of Octotic-, A. B.. 1»34. at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day. at which time you may appear and show cati8e If any you have why an irdcr Bhould not he entered aulliorlz- nff Bald compromise. T>. W. HATES. Superintendent of BunklnK of II e Slate of Iowa, as Receiver ;>f the Knssuth County State Bank. A!Konu. I'jwa. Dy HARRY V. HULL, Kxamlnt-r In ' Nearly everyone (tops at— Hotel KIRKWODD ;Moinei A Room end b«tk foe two «nd « half WHITE'S Grocery Week End Specials Jell Powder, 1 C« 4 pkgs. Champion Lye, lC r 2 cans 1Ji Sweet Pickles, Ofjr fancy, quart __ — **«**• Milk, tall - OO r cans, 5 for ^ JV Peaches, sliced \Af No. 21/2 tins " C Cake Flour, Ofir Swansdown AiUv Baking Powder, T^r Calumet, can **«Jv Cora Flakes, Kel- 1 A., loggs, Ige. pkg . _ 1VC Coffee, good - CAs» quality, 3 Ibs. JVi. Apples, fancy 1 7C Grimes (Jolden _ *••» Special price on canned •I goods in case or dozen lotH. port, Iowa. Edward Is a sophomore this year, having attended University of Iowa, last year. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen and children of Port Dodge spent Sunday here. Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Sadie Cavan- naudh, returned with them Sunday evening for a vl*lt. Mrs. Clayton Palmer spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PTed Beerman. The Palmers are now living In Spencer wfcere Clayton Is employed In a billiard hall. Bev. P. J. Braner baptized Albert Dale, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Speth of Jefferson, Minnesota, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben acted as sponsors for the dhild. Mrs. Harold Soreneen left the ftrst part of last week for Hutchison, Kansas, to visit her parents. Her sister, Mrs. John H. Dencker and son. Carl, of Port Dodge accompanied her. Miss Johnson of Story City and Miss Grace Collins of Port Dodge were the guests of Alice Kaln over the week end. The two girls are teachers at Rodman where Alice Is also teaching thla year. A baby girl, weighing seven pounds, was born to Mrs. A. V. Hertig, Saturday at the General Jwspltal. The child 'has been named Dorothy Jean. The Hertigs have two other children, Dickie and Betty. Art Neltzel, former well known Algona barber, who has been working at Port Dodge lately, has opened a new barber shop In Humboldt. Art Is one of the best barbers in the country and his Algona friends wish (him success in his new location. Mrs. Marte dough of Hollywood, California, spent from Thursday until Saturday in Algona at the home of her father, T. H. Holmes. Mrs. Clough la connected with a large jewelry firm and is on a Uluying trip through the middle west and east. Helen Gceders and Norman Walker left Saturday evening for Sioux City. Sunday afternoon they took Norman's brother and a friend from Sioux City to Ames wh«re the two will be students in Iowa State College. Norman and Helen returned here Sunday evening. Mrs. Nora Kaln and daughter, Elizabeth and Dorothy Donnelly of DeKalb, Illinois, arrived here Friday for a visit. Mrs. Kaln and Elizabeth who formerly lived here, are making their Sieadquarters at the Tom Kaln home and are visiting with other relatives and friends also. Miss Donnelly is visiting at the R, E. Kain home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter, Arlene, returned from Chicago on Friday and w<re accompanied by Mrs. Spilies' daughter, Mrs. Gordon Dingman and daughter, Betty of Chicago. Mrs. Dlngman and daughter visited here until Sunday and then went to West Bend to visit other relatives and friendis. Two win visit around htre about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen and email son will move this coming week end to Qraettinger where Roy will open a Gamble agtncy. Mrs. Christensen is the former Zita Quinn. The Chrls- tensens have been living at 504 South Moore street and this house will be occupkd by Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and son, who are moving from the apartments of Bhe M. J. Keneflck house, which was recently bought, by the Victor Parsons. Mrs. R. W. Featherstone and Mrs. C. B. Nasby of Omaha and Mrs. Richard Sotumitz of Storm Lake came here Monday. Mrs. Nasby visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Schmltz visiUd her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, and Mrs. Featherstone visited her mother. Mrs. Mae Grapotte of San Antonio, Texas, who has been a guest of her sister. Mrs. fi. F. McMahon. The thr<.e viiiiors le/t here Thursday (today) and Mrs. Grapotte accompanied them for u visit with her daughter, Mrs. Featherstone in Omaha. m • Your Government Says .let's Get Together and Repair - Build" New Plan Removes Money Burden from Building AT AN EXTREMELY REASONABLE RATE OF INTEREST No "Extras" for Fees, Abstracts Handling Charges or Insurance Banks Will Loan $100 to $2,000 to Property Owners Who Qualify far and wide will be quick to welcome the news that the recent Better Housing rnment ^nTkes JpoSbto for those who qualify to borrow sums of money, from $100 repair or to completely modernize. The Act is hailed as one of the factors in the present Government's program. It not only permits you mim«r« A * us fo 120$ to put ti mate* U ^nS ^the neatest, relief fators in the present overnmens program. n o to have the work do?e tilt you have probably been planning for years but it also accomplishes other pur- ^^tortTSrwS!tarf the building industry to turning, puts men to work and improves the appearance of the city in which you live. No more need you wish that your home could be remodeled in the present-day manner; or that the old out in the trash pile; or that you had a heating system m the winter that will your home inside and o NOW ifvo can ualify for the loan. The firm requirement Necessary to borrow money. If you come within the qualifications, go to the bank, sign an application blank, and get your money I in vour home were ac fit yoeeds or that your home inside and out was newly decorated. Your dream can come true an. The firm listed on this page urges you to study the 1—Who May Apply for Loans? Any property owner, individual, partnership or'corporation, with a regular income from salary, commissions, business or other assured source. Questions and Answers Regarding the Federal Housing Act ity, except Uuilding & Loan Associations that can loan only on mortgage security. 7 —What Assurance Need I Give? That you own the property. That the annual income of the signers of the note is at least live times the annual payments on the note. That your mortgage, if any, is in good standing, and that there arc no past due taxes, interest or liens subjecting the property to penalty or sale, against your property. That you will use the proceeds solely for property improvement. »—How Much "Down Payment" is Required? None. B— What is the Cost of This Credit? The financial institution may not collect as interest and | or discount and or fee of any kind, a total charge in excess of an amount equivalent to $f).OU per .fNXJ.OO of the original fare amount of a one-year monthly installment note, deductible in advance. 2—To Whom Do 1 Apply? To your bank or Building & Loan Ass'n. 3 Do I Borrow Money from the Government? No. 4—How Much May I Apply For? From $K>0 to sf'J.OOO, depending on your income, for improvements on any one property. 5—How Long May Notes Run? For any number of months from one to three years. 6—What Security is Required? Only that you have an adequate, regular income and a good credit record in your commun- CONSULT US NOW orany other dealer or contractor in Algona F. S. Norton & Son BUILDING MATERIALS AND FUEL -j^WWWM*^^ S liAWvW VVVVWWWWWYSAWSA^WVYVVV^ vvvs 1 nwwwwvA^^vwY^AWuvwvvwv^^

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