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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 11, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, liwa, October 11, 1934 OBITUARY OF MRUAURITSON Services Held Tuesday ol Last Week; 6 Children Survive (By B«T. Allan Wood) Anna Christine Brown was born in Denmark Jan. 27, 1880, and died at the home of h«r oaughter, Mrs. J. M. EUnore, Sept. 29, 1934. She came to America with ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Brown, Sr. at the age of four years locating near Alffona. Here the deceased has lived ever since.. Her passing came euddeWR^ followta? a few months of falling health but dur- Inif which she was able, for the most of the time, to be about her usual activities. On May 7, 1898, the deceased was married to Laurits Laurltson. To this union were born four sons and two daughters, Joe and Harry Laurltson, Oxnard, California; Earl and Wilford LauriBton and Carrie (Mrs. Wilford St. John) and Jessie (Mrs. J. M. Elmore). There are also eighteen surviving grandchildren. Other sutttvSng relatives are hjpr mother, Mrs. Jessie Brown; a. brother, August Brown; seven sisters, Mrs. Nels Beck, Mrs. Wm. McMahon, Mrs. W. E. Laird, Mr*. Otto Knudson and Mrs. Vern Wihlte, ^ftll of Algona, and Mrs. Mllford Hartlfi, Spirit Lake, and Mrs. Adrin Ives, Mason City, Iowa. Services were conducted from the Methodist Episcopal church. Algona. Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the Rev. Allan Wood officiating. Vocal numbers were furnished by Mrs. Quintan Bjustrom and Miss Viola Smith. Interment was In Bivervlew cemetery. WEATHER High Low Oct. 3 62 40 Oct. 4 73 47 Oct. 6 79 55 Oct. 6 71 48 Oct. 7 82 39 Oct. 8 78 51 Oct. 9 69 54 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $-71 2 yellow 66 2 mixed 65 Oats 50 Hops-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $5.40 Heavy butchers 5.30 Packing Sows, 300-350 4.70 Packing Sows, 350-400 4.60 Packing Sows, 400-450 4.50 Light weight, 140 3.50 Light weight, 160 4.00 Light weight, 180 4.00-4.50 Cattle Fat COWS $2.00-2.25 Calves 4.00J-5.00 Yearlings 4.00-5.00 F"at steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 3.00-4.00 BuJls 1.50-2.25 tenners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry ?ens, over 4% Ibs 9c lens, under 4% Ibs 7c Tucks 4-6c rurfceys .8c Springs, over 5 Ibs lie Springs, under S Ibs 8c Leghorns 8c Mrs. Cliff Aalfs of Algnoa gave birth to a baby boy Tuesday. The child •weighed 7 pounds. * "CA-RI-O^V" PANTIE GIRDLE by HICKORY • Ai wniotlonolly different as th* done* itself. A porous w«av« two-way «tr»tch clastic panti* girdl* with two comfortable non- binding leg bands that keep it in place. "Ca-ri-oca" is cool and figure controlling - designed for sports and warm weather wear. It won't ride up—can't slip down. Seamless and garterless, too-it's an unusual value at $1.50 Chrischilles & Herbst THE WEEKLY RECORD No. 1 Mo. 2 21c 15c Cream ............................ 24c NEW CARS LICENSED Ernest OJerde, Cylinder, Chevrolet coach; J. W. Black, Burt, Ford fordor; Harvey Rath, WhJttemore, Ford fordor; Thos. J. Becker, Bode, Ford sedan; M. T. Price, Swea City, Ford sedan; Homer Gregory, LuVerne, Chevrolet sedan; Harvey Hackbarth, Algona, Dodge truck; Met. Life, Fort Dodge, Chevrolet sedan; Lawrence Lang, Wesley, Chevrolet sedan; Frank Grandgenett, St. Benedict, Chevrolet coupe; John Trunk- Uiill, Burt, Ford sedan; Kathertne Park, Algona, Chevrolet sedan; Herman Wessels, Lakota, Plymouth sedan. Florence Gast, Bancroft, Bulck sedan; Theo. Wcisbrod, Fenton, Chevrolet truck; Sam Striley, Wesley, Chevrolet sedan; H. J. Swan, Algona, Plymouth coupe; Peter Kirsch, Ottosen, Ford tudor; Mabel Kent, Wesley, Ford tudor; Louis Lynk, Algona, Plymouth sedan; Matt Lamuth, Algona, Hudson sedan; Nellis Overfleld, Swea City, Ford tudor; Kennedy & Parsons, Algona, Ford fordor; A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock, Chevrolet truck. E. M. Saunders, Bancroft. Ford coach; Edward Goche, Bancroft, Chevrolet coach; Henry Etch, Bancroft, Chevrolet coach; John H. Rich, Algona, Chevrolet coaoh; John Frideres, Bode, Plymouth sedan; Dornhardt Bros., Elmore, Ford coach; Ralph Ewing, Swea City, Chevrolet coach; Herman Goetz, Ledyard, Ford coach; E. J. Wilson, Algona, Chevrolet coupe; Dr. R. C. Ball, THonka, Ford coupe; Ross Walsef, Armstrong, Ford coach; A. M. Kollasch, Swea City, Chevrolet coach; Rev. O. H. Frerking, Lakota, Ford tudor; R. E. Berg, Swea City, Ford tudor. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Lawrence Dolf, Armstrong, and Erri- ma Nettleton, Garner, Oct. 3. Robert Adamscn and Esther Martin, Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 9. THEATRE CHATTER SWEA CITY AUXILIARY INSTALLS MRS. ANNA BERG AS CHAPTER PRESIDENT Other Officers Also Inducted Into Office at Monday Meeting Swea City: Installation of officers of he American Legion Auxiliary was leld on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Helen Nelson, past president as the presiding officer. Officers installed were: president, Mrs. Anna Berg; first Ice president, Mrs. Mayme Bravender; second vice president, Mrs. Tillie Curtis; secretary. Miss Amanda Looft; .reasurer, Mrs. Rena Haglund; chap- aln, Miss Lulu Haglund; historian, drs. Mae Rahlin; sergeant at arms, ktrs. Sue Bovls; executive board, Mrs. Opal Mybr, Mrs. Mae Rohlin, and Mrs. Flower Show Results The eighth grade sponsored a flow- r show on Thursday of last week. Exhibit winners of first pries are: marl- golds, Dorothy Senenfelder; cosmos, nd daisies, Wilma Preston; zinnias, 3obby Seylar; misbeUhneous groups. lfe Preston; bud or small vase, Bobby Seylar; wild flowers, Betty Anderson; miscellaneous class, Jeanne Sper- ieck. The Judges were Mavis Larson, Dorothy Erickson and Francis Thom- •••••••••••••••••••••••i PEARS We bought a solid truck .load of Illinois Pears 89c Basket While They Last Buy them for the dinner pails. Much cheaper than apples'. WHITE'S Grocery Ida E. Larson. Standing committees were also appointed. The entertaining hostesses were Mesdames L. A. Hag- und and J. H. Haglund. Glamnrom Mae We«t, a* shapely as ever, Is back with us In "Belle of the Nineties." Duke EUlngton's orchestra is also In the picture, and adds a bit of color. Mae plays the part of Ruby Carter, a girl with a past, and It also seems as the picture progresses that she has a future. She Is a burlesque queen, and boy how she slays 'em. She Is soon covered with diamonds, hot dog, and how that hourglass figure of hers shimmers Kid shines. It's another great Mae West picture, Thursday and Friday of this week at the Call Theatre. • • • Saturdays feature Is "The Lemon Drop Kid", starring Lee Tracy and Helen Mack, In a story by Damon Runyon. Tracy Is the Kid, and he uses lemon drops to soothe people's feelings. He is a petty thief, but even thieves fall In love, and then the trouble starts. Did it ever fall? A sad ending. • • • A special Saturday and Sunday feature at the Call is the Mysterious Smith Co. This is a show of a thousand wonders, and is centered around the work of the master magician. At each performance as an added attraction. • • • An alt-star humorom cast, headed by Guy Kbbee and Aline McMahon, will give you plenty of entertainm'ent in "Big Hearted Herbert," at the Call Theatre, Sunday, Oct. 14. This domestic comedy promises entertainment to all types of audiences, and the entire show Is a satire on old fashioned versus modern ideas. If you have domestic troubles maybe this will help. • • • In "Madame DnBarry", theatre goers will get a glimpse of the elegant extravagance which made kings so unpopular in Europe, and still makes hem unpopular to some, it would seem by the papers. The Monday and Tuesday picture at the Call has a ?"rench court background, and Dolores Del Rio, as the mistress of the King of France, provides the feminine charm. However, she does avert war between England and Frano?, in the rtcture, although it doesn't seem that here were many years when the boys weren't fighting back and forth across the channel In the early days. When Dolores appears at court in her nightgown, you'll hold your breath. What would you do in a similar position? A good show, combining splciness, historical grandeur and romance. LOST—Black pocket book with a pair of glasses. Please return to this office. 41 Classified Ads For Bent FOR RENT—320 acre dairy farm. Excellent improvem'ents.—Kenneth Ertckson, Thompson. Iowa. *1 Lost-Found FOTJND—Red bull, 3 or 4 years old. Owner can have samfe by paying for ad and costs and Identifying.—Adolpn Kilian, % mile E. and mile south Irvington. *\ Wanted WANTED—Work shredlng corn, by experienced man.—JFrank Stebritz, 413 North Minnesota. **• WANTED—Representative to look after our magazine subscription interests in Algona, and vicinity. Our plan enables you to secure a good part ol the hundreds of dollars spent in this vicinity each fall and winter for magazines. Oldest agency in U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates on all periodicals, domestic and foreign. Instructions and equipment free. Start a growing and permanent business in whole or spare lime. Address MOORiBrCOTTRELU Inc., Wayland Road, North Cohocton, N. Y. For Sale FOR SALE—Good cabbage and plenty of it.—Jim Watts, Phone 18F31. 41* FOR SALE—2 Fordson and plows overhauled In good condition; 1 Fordson with Bell City mounted picker, ready to go to work.—R. C. Bauer, Wesley, Iowa. 41 Miscellaneous RUG WEAVING—(Have your rug weaving done now. Prices are reasonable.—Home Rug Shop, 510 South Phillips St. 40*-tf PHOTOGRAPHER A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH Isn't » piece of luck—It is the result of long experience and a thorough knowledge of photography. Call 34-W for an appointment at The Peterson Studio. Will F. Brown, Manager. 41 INSURANCE ^^ ' HAVE YOtJ GUARANTEED the funds for the education of ybut children? Life Insurance la at your set- vice. Call R. S. Blossom, pftone !»„ for full details of sound Insurance, il POULTRY FEED KEEP YOUR EdO production up* by feeding R«d Top Egg mash. It will do it. Price $2.25 owt. —Algona Flour & Feed Co. 4l AtJTO REPAIR TIME TO CHANGE YOUR grease and oil. Try a filling of that wonderful Quaker State oil. It's great.—EJ- bert's Garage. « CONFECTIONARY HINT FOR MARRIED MEN! You'd make a 'hit with the wife if you'd escort her to our soda fountain occasionally. Like you did before you were married. Try it some time.—Algonquin Confectionery. 41 CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH Is happiness. Consult Dr. F. C. Scantan, Chiropractor. Res. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf RADIO YOU CAN HAVE MONTHLY terms If you wish on the purchase of a Phll- co or Orunow radio at Biustnoms. 41 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION SERVICE and motor repairing. Phone 170, Pratt Electric Co. ** BEAUTY SHOP IF YOUR HAIR IS too thick to manage easily let them thin It out at the Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop, expert* in arranging It becomingly. 41 "BEER PARLOR FOR THAT TIRED feeling, a st«in of beer at Wellendorfs. We have It on draft. 41 REAL ESTATE INVEST IN REAL ESTATE! Never such opportunities as now. We hava both farms and city property listed- Prices very low.—C. W. Nicoulin, 7 N. Dodge St. 41 FOR SALE—1928 Chevrolet coach.— Algona Auto Market West of Court House. *1 Mrs. Bruce, mother of Mrs. Ray Sper- jeck, suffered a stroke of apoplexy on Thursday; Mrs. Anna Larson and niece, Helen Walstrand spent the week end with relatives at Silver Lake. The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a benefit card party on Oct 18. The public is invited. Admission will be 15 cents. Seven tabl-es of bridge were played at the Eastern Star benefit card party Friday night. Mrs. H. Bowman won the high score prize and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson low score prize. Rev. George R. McDowell was again assigned to the Swea City and Grant township M. E. charges. This was good news to the many frknds of the family in this community. Mrs. Alethla Ecklund and Mrs. Ray Lord entertained at bridge Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at seven tables and a two course lunch was served. Mrs. C. A. Rohlin won high score prize, Mrs. Martin Dahl honor prize and Mrs. Wm. Poole low score prize. PEACOCK PAJA/VUJ nggan FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet sedan.— Algona Auto Market West of Court House. *1 FOR SALE—4 used corn pickers, 10 shredders, 4 corn shellers, 6 portable mills, 2 elevators, 3 tractors, 1 stone pulverizer, etc.—Mielke, New Hamp ,on, Iowa. BUICK. 5-passenger master coupe to he sold at cut price quick. Call at Upper Des Moines office, Algona, phone 230. FOR SALE—3 Duroc Jersey stock hogs. Age 6 months. Priced reasonable.—Wm. Schauberger, Bancroft. 41* MONEY TO LOAN—I have a Tew thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Wash,— Klrechs Laundry. Phone 267. 40-tt DAIRY WE FOLLOW STRICT RULES of" sanitation In handling milk. You are welcome to visit our dairy at any time. —Woodside Dairy. 41 AMBULANCE AMBULANCE—MODERNLY equipped for any emergency. Phone 11, Mer- rltt's Service. 40-tf PLUMBING MODERN PLUMBING conveniences are more than a matter of comfort. They mean better health. See Laing & Muckey, plumpers. 41 DENTISTS-TEETH YOU WANT YOUR CHILDREN to be well and happy,.of course. Care of the teeth Is of utmost Importance, and this is entirely In your hands. Each child should have a periodic den. tal examination. 41 FOR SALE—Auction—40 horses and colts at Frank O'Rourke's Yard, Saturday. Oct. 13, 1:30 o'clock. 41 Save that cream with ft Veg* separator. Users biggest booster*. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—BJuatrom's, AI- gopa, Iowa. S-tf "AUCTION SALE—win sell 40 h«ad good work horses and colts at O'Rourke's Yard, south of Milwaukee depot. Saturday, Oct. 13,1:30 p. m. Horses well broken, no branded ones. Sold with guarantee. —Rohrbaoh & O Rourke, H. H. Brummond, Auct. 41 FOR SALE—Black Poland male hog, yearling.—Jacob Maasdam, Irvlngton^ A. & P. Tea Co. Has 75th Anniversary "The red wagon trail blazed by horse drawn wagons through the hub-deep mud of the highways of the last half of the 1800's pioneered the way for the modern system of food distribution," declared J. T. Patten, oldest living member of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company organization, which is celebrating il» 75th anniversary this month. "In the 1870's when I started in the grocery business," Mr. Patten continued, "transportation wasn't as KOOCI as it is now. Many of our customers could not Ret to the Hores for their supplies. But then as now, our company btlieves that large volume ot busine.->i results in reduotd prices. This volume was obtained by mail, and by tending supplies to outlying customers in these little red, horse-drawn wagons. You must see these gay pajamas in fine cotton balbriggan/ . . . you'll love their flaturing styles and colors. Legion Auxiliary Titonka Installation Titonka: At the regular monthly business meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary unit held at the home of Mrs. Mary Sartor, the unit voted o order 675 poppies for the coming Poppy Sale day. Tr.e following named crfiotrs were installed for the corning year: president, Either Askins; first vice president, Madeline Lamoreux; second vice president, Ann Schenck; secretary, Mathilda Palk; treasurer, Martha Bonackea"; dhaplain, Olive Bruns; historian, Nellie Nelson; first sergeant, Camilla Cooper; second sergeant, Carrie Bonacker; elective txe- cutive board membtrs, Louise Conradi, Mayme Wentz and Julia Nelson. Glass Replacement Service Your broken glass replaced while you wait. We alsQ carry a complete line of window glass, 30 per cent lower in price than last year. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 i i •! ilguiia, la. j WVWYWVVWVWVWVkftrtAftAftJWVS^^ Cat Rate Grocery Free Free Free We are having Saturday a coffee demonstration of ''Tone's Coffee House'" Coffee, During the demonstration it will be sold at 25c Ib. An outstanding bargain. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Sugar 1O Ib. 53c Brooms, four sewed 35c| Sani Flush, brush free _ 19c CHOCOLATE CREAMS, Ib. 9c Peas, .'} cans 29c Crackers, 2 Ibs. — 21c Corn Flakes, Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs. 17c \nll( |; OF A>1 KM)Mi:NT TO AHTI• l.i;s 01 l\( I|IUM>HATIO> of THE 10U.1 Vl'ATi; HANK. ALtiO.NA, IOWA To WHOM IT MAY Co.N'CKKN; Nollre \!> hereby flven that at a spe- ilal inc. tin;,' of tl.e i-tui kholders of the Iowa .Stale iiank called for that pur- |jij.:u IM.-M aL Ihc uftku of I lie- Lank in Ali("iiu. Iowa, ou tlie 14Ui tlay of Aii^u.,1. jy:il tin.. Allk-Jca of Incorpor- alion of aaid hank wen- amended by addiiiK lo Ailirli- III Iliu following: all «-la.iM.-rt of tin.- capital fclork of tins bank sli.ill bu 11011- a.-^.-bsablt; whi:u i.srtucd and fully P.iid for, cxct-pt a.-i <jtlu-rw ex- Pic.ialy provli],-d by law. '1'hat the btoekholdei a of this bank and Idivali.' property .-l.all Im .-x.-lnpt from liability for II,,.- lia.-> ol tliis l.aiik uiMuinii ui- IL-I- Chapter 41. r i-l'°l ot tin: Code of l"VVa, jyiil, bec-ume eife*.llvc a^ law. all perMjiis In i-olnliiK t.toi-k- t.t.ld.-r:- after Cbuiili-r 4ir,-Kl of tliu c...|, ,,r l.,«u i'j:n. bi-i-aiin- i-if.-i-- tlve u.i 1.1W und>- f. i- n •• ii.i l.i !i l i. . i-t tin- i orpo! .1 1 i'.n vv i'<-t i,--i- .-il.ii li.; l-i ill (.-:- af i i 'i.-.l or after .said Chapter II,', Fl l,c-i.inn: i-II.'i-lKe .i-, lau- l; II Mil I.KI! Cl.aii man Ji 1,. CII.Mor.l-;, .Sei-i.-l.-irv Pears! Pears! This will be your last chance to buy pears. At this low price the 125 bushels we have will not last long. While They Last Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Dates 2 Ibs. l?c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. ___. Syrup, 5 Ib. golden 28c OATMEAL, glassware in each package, 2 pkgs. for 25c DELICIOUS APPLES Slbs. 25c BANANAS 4 Ibs. 25c "Jiusiest Little Store in Town." Lavishly Furred COATS! Surprisingly Low Priced! Oar FALL SALE Specials Starting Tomorrow! § Luxurious new arrivals for our "Fall Sale'*. What a marvelous thrill to get coats with such gorgeous fur collars— fabrics of famous high quality—tailoring that leaves nothing to be desired—at this amazingly low price. Exclusive Creations Distinctive dress coats of the better type trimmed with choicest pelts. Magnificent fur collar ideas . . . novel sleeve treatments! Featuring smart bark cloths, splendid boucles . . . superior in quality and workmanship! Buy now during our "Fall Sale." Special "FALL SALE" Group DRESSES Stunning tunic frocks with bright embroidery . .. rich fur trims . . clever details. Practical lightweight woolens iu smart plaids! Startling values! „ Department Stores

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