The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 SIMON SEVERSON, EAGLE TOWNSHIP PIONEER, 64, DIED LAST THURSDAY Held As of Kossuth Neighbors Pay Trbiute Swea .City: This community was shocked when news was received thai Simon Severson, 64, prominent farmer of Eagle township, had died suddenly from a stroke of apoplexy which he suffered at 1:30 p, m. Thursday and resulted In death at 7 o'clock of the same day. Apparently In the best of health, he together with hte sister, Mrs. Ernest Larson, had .spent the night wHh his aged mother at Forest City, who Is critically ill and very low. Retarding to his home early Thursday morning, he went about his usual duties. His sudden passing was therefore a shock. His kindly disposition and unassuming personality won for him, the respect of all who kn«w him, and tie will be sadly missed in the community where he spent the past 32 years. Slmen Scverson was born in Wisconsin in 1870 and came to Forest City in. infancy where he lived until 1802 wHen together with his brother, Tom, he came to Eagle township and began farming, in 1906 he was married to Caroline Brunes of Minneapolis. To this vtnlon two children were born, iifrs. Adeline Chambers of Eagle township and Ted, Who preceded him in death less than three years ago at the age of 21. Surviving are his widow and daughter, Mrs. Chambers, a sister, Julia is now at home. jPuneral services were held at the Immanurl Lutheran church with Rev. R. Boode of the Bethlehem Lutheran church to chairge, assisted- fry Rev. Raymond Swanson of Swea City and Rev. Richard Johnson of East Chain. The funeral was one of the largest held here, where hundreds of relatives and friends came to pay tribute to this kindly neighbor, devoted husband and father. St. Paul's Lutheran Church Lakota A. F. Boese, pastor Sunday School at 9:30. German service at 10:30. An offering for institutional treasurer will be taken. The Luther League wll give an exchange program Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The league from Ceyloru Minnesota are guests. Rev. Schreitmuel- ler from Klester, Minn., will give a lecture on the topic, "Luther and the Bible." All are welcome to attend this program. AUTO REPAIR MOTOR LOSING POWER? We can bring back the pep and pick-up. Drive in for a diagnosis. Elbert Garage. THE WEEKLY RECORD BEAUTY SHOP ONE OF THE REASONS for the beautiful permanent^ turned out at the Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop is due to the fact that they give you assurance of a successful wave at all times. Call 604 for appointment. REAL ESTATE TEN PER CENT! There are plenty of farms and city property available now that will net you ten per cent annually. Where can you beat It See C. W. Nlcoulin, land, real estate, Algona Insurance Office. WEATHER High LOW Oct. 24, .03 Inch of rain 66 47 Oct. 25 60 38 Oct. 26 74 39 Oct. 27 63 32 Oct. 28 54 24 Oct. 29 49 25 Oct. 30 55 21 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $-72 2 yellow 69 2 mixed 68% Oats 4 8 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-308 $5.00 Heavy butchers 4-90 Packing sows, 300-350 4.40 Packing sows, 350-400 4.30 Packing sows, 400-450 4.20 Light weight, 140 3.00 Light weight, 160 3.75 Light weight, 180 4.50 Cattle Fat cows $1.75-2.25 Calves 3.00-4.50 Yeas-lings 3.00-4.00 Fat steers 4.00-5.00 Stock steers 2/0-3.50 Bulls 130-225 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry Hens, over 4% Ibs 10c lens, under 4% Ibs 8c Jucks (young) 4% Ibs. up 8c Ducks (young) 4'/4 under 7c Ducks (white) 4»4 8c Ducks (colored) 4% 7c Turkeys (young), No. 1 15c Turkeys (old) No. 1 10c Geese 5-6c prngs. 4 to 5 Ibs 11« prlngs, 5 Ibs. up 13c jeghorns •* "c Ergs 'o. 1 23c •o. 2 16c SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 24i/i lb. Q f 49 Ib. bag O / C bag IONA tLi b 1.73 1.67 GOLD MEOAL Ilichten Tested' FLOUR £T 2.17 24i/j Ib. taff $1.11 Our'-irr'th /^ANNIVERSARY SALE Continues with GREATER VALUES BUTTER Ib. IE." 4 " 30c EIGHT O'CLOCK Coffee 3 Ibs. 53c PINEAPPLE £? 2 %.*» 35c CORN i5?. i sr3 a.* 2?c »..! 29<; 8c 9c Cracked Wheat BREAD Sliced 16 ox Loaf Big Twist SLICED BREAD 24-o«. loaf Sugared or Plain DOUGHNUTS, dosen Cauliflower, 2 hds. 29c Celery each lOc Red Onions _10 Ibs. 29c Grapefruit, 80 size ea 5c Sweet Potatoes, 9 Ibs for 25c Cabbage Ib. 5c The horseless carriage of the 90's encouraged A»P's growth in smaller communities ORE£T ATLANTIC & PACIFIC co A 9c 15c 23c 1 15c 1-lb box 17c Pumpkin 4 T. & T. PUMPKIN PIE SPICE P kg. DEI, MONTE BARTLETT PEARS £ WHITE HOUSE MILK 4 EVEREADY FKUIT COCKTAIL i CAMPFIRE Marshmallows PENICK'S Crystal White SYRUP L lb 50c 5-lb. can 27c PENICK'S GOLDEN SYRUP ™- 48c 5-lb. can 26c IJVRSEN'S MIXED Vesetables 2 BABO 2 cans BIRDSEYE Matches 5 BO«, 23c SIR WALTER RALEIGH Tobacco 2 <*"» 25c 21 c 23c For Thrifty Heating and Real Comfort WANT TO TRADE—Full grown pul- ts, commencing to lay, for new coin. —Otto Nelson, W. Nebraska St. 44* WANTED—Home butchering work, call 343.—Andy Holtzbauer. 44* AUCTION SALB-eatuntay, Nov. 3, ndianola (south of square). Purebred Juroc boars ana gilts sired by Red Fox nd Surxrba Leader, champion Junior joar at National.—Maurice Taylor and harlea Crawford. *** Great Eagle Coal It Burns Clean With Less Ash Hundreds «t' satisfied homeowners testify tliat (iUKAT KAUl.K COAL jdves ival lieatiiiM .satis faction at low cost. They testify with orders urnl jv-orders -and that's the kind of approval that, really counts! If you are not getting the most out of your fuel dollars, switch to (Jreat Kagle Coal. Order a 1-ton test load and prove to yourself as others have <l«iic that it is by every standard the best fuel for you to burn. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Al^ona, Iowa. Q St^^y-y-^Q.^^^ Cream MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED John J. Mllte, and Alice Dletz, Eas- ton, Minn., Oct. 28. Victor Prankc and Leila Krupp, Elmore, Minn., Oct. 27. W. C. Btelch and Florence Simmons, Mankato, Minn., Oct. 27. Chas. McOulre and Charlotte Hood, Bancroft, Oct. 29. NEW CAR LICENSED Mettler Construction Co., Algona, Chevrolet sedan; Roy Hilton, Algxma, Ford tudor; Geo. Tlede, LuVerne, Ter- raplane; Herman L. K&hkr, Bancroft, Chevrolet coach; Carl Starquist, Wesley, Ford tudor; B. A. Pannkuk, Tl- tonka, Chevrolet sedan; Dorothy Sharp, Lone Rock, Chevrolet coach. General Hospital October 25, Deaft M%er of Loris. Rock entered for medical treatment. October 2%h,, Theodore Swalve of Algona entered for medical care. Kossnth Hospital News Thursday, Mrs. Walter Orlswold of Lancaster and Orra Place entered as patients following an automobile accident. Wednesday, Peter Erpsldlng of St. Benedict entered for medical care. Wednesday, Leola, Rongved of Bode entered as a medical patient. Thursday. Dcrothy Neuman of Algona entered for surgical treatment. Friday, Mrs. Errlngton of Clear Lake underwent minor surgical treatment. Saturday, LeRoy AesJietaian of Algona entered for medical treatment. Saturday, Mrs. Maurice Parsons of Algona entered for minor surgery. Saturday, H. O. Richardson of Mason City entered for medical care. Tuesday, Mrs. D. McDonald and baby of Burt entered for medical care. Tuesday, Harold Carlson of Wesley had his tonsils removed. Baby LeRoy Holding of Burt was a surgery patient, Tuesday. Mrs. O. W. Fetrahd of Rolfe entered Tuesday as the result of an accident. ilassified Ads Wanted WANTED—A companion by man, ; erman descent, age 31, height 6 It. air Income. Address J. R., c-o this ffloe. 44* For Sale FOB SALE—Pure bred 2 year old Holstein, heifer calf at side—$40. Also .erviceable bull.—Willow Lane Farm 44 FOR SALE—Cabbage, 1 cent a Ib.— im Watts, 18F21, AJgona. 44 FOR SALE—-One pump jack and 2 uroc boars.—W. J. Barr. phone 3F21. Igona. 44* PHOTOGRAPHER A PHOTOGRAPH ONCE a year! It Is not too often. Each member of your family should be photographed at Christmas time. Call The Peterson Studio, Will F. Brown, Manager. 41-tf PLUMBING MANY PEOPLE ARE installing extra toilets or bath rooms n their homes. Have you considered it? See us, Laing & Muckey, plumbing-heating. Summaries of Candidates for Political Office This is the last week before election, and the Algona papers ate running many political advertisement. Most prominent are a half page for the democrats and two smaller advertisements for the republican ticket, placed by the party organizations. There is also one for the Farmer-Labor ticket. [Representative Bbnnstetter, democratic nominee for representative, and C. R- Schoby, republican nominee are represented. Mr. Bonmtetter is a Cter- fleld township farmer, and his home Is right at the cast edge of West Bend. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter, have for some years lived in Algona, and he to a brother of Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, and a cousin of County Agent O. A. Bonnstetter. He has served two terms as representative and Is highly considered In the House. Mr. Bohoby was reared on a farm northwest o Algona and now lives on Mrs. Pauline Worster's farm on the Airline south of Algona. He has been farming since he was graduated from the Algona high school and has long been a leader In county agricultural activities. He maintains one of the leading Kossuth dairy herds. Fred Dutton is a prominent north- end farmer of keen insight Into political matters. Although he is pitted against two strong men for representative he is going to receive strong support from neighbors and other interested in a third party movement. In the short space of two years, E. J. Butler, county auditor, and democratic nominee for reelection, has become one of the best known political figures In the county. He has been exceptionally efficient and accommodating in office, and his official record constitutes a strong bid for endorsement by the voters. * The contending candidates for treasurer are Maurice J. Duffy, incumbent, democratic nominee for reelection, and C. W. Pearson, republican! nominee. For district court clerk, the candidates are E. J. McEvoy,' and Lloyd E. Anderson. Mr. McEvoy, democratic nominee, was elected two years ago, and hsl administration of the office nns been unsurpassed. For many years he was an employe of the Koesuth County State Bank. Mr. Anderson was bom and brought up at Swea City, where he stands well in the community, f Carl Dahlhauser, democratc candidate for reelection as sheriff, came here from Bancroft, where for many years he had been marshal! and street commgsioner, but he was reared at Wnlttemore. where members of his family were prominent fanners. For the sherlffshlp nomination the republicans picked Gilbert Hargreaves, of Hobarton, who demonstrated in the pre-prlmary campaign, and has ever since been demonstrating, tr.at he is One of the the best campaigners in fCossuth county history. The republican candidate for record- efr ia Harley H. Bartlett, Algona, who lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bartlett. He was brought up here and obtained a business as well as high school education. During Bertha E. Johnson's term as county auditor, he served as clerk and deputy. J. J. Dooley, incumbent recorder. Is seeking reelection on his record for the past term, which has been one of unusual service due to the press of extra work as a result of corn loans. : Maurice E. McMahon, county attorney, Is democratic nominee for reelection. He was born here, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMohon, and has always lived here. After completing the Algona high school course he was graduated from the state university of Iowa liberal ajrte coUege, atnd later from the Creighton college of law The opposing republican nominee te H W. Miller, partner of Judge Quarton, and popular throughout the county, both personally and as >a Mjyw- Mr. MUler was reared in Faribault county, Minn., across the state line from Kossuth. He is a good lawyer and a fine type of young man Doctor Evans, democratic nominee for coroner, has served most acceptably in an office to which no salary Is attached. „ ,. . . Mention in this story is limited to candidates represented by advertisements. Tltonka Topic: Melzar P. Haggard, Algona, was in town Saturday looking after his farming interests in this vicinity. He has « lot of corn in cribs on his farms and Is undecided whether or riot to sell at the present prices. Mr. Haggard is as fond of politics as he was thirty years ago—and many of his old sayings are as true today as they were when he was younger HEALTHY TEETH YOUR CHILD has a right to graceful, even teeth. Neglect of the first teeth may easily create a condition of endless aggravation and expense later. Have your child's teeth examined by your family dentist. This is extremely important. RADIO WE BELIEVE THAT the Philco or Orunow radio is the greatest value for the money on the market. Hear it demonstrated at Bjustrom'6. DAIRY TESTED DAIRY COWS, strictly eanitairy methods, complete modern plant, prompt, efficient delivery service. Wocdside Dairy. Is Your Car O. K. for Winter? Tliis winter take that stitch in time. Bring your car in and get a free check to make it safe and comfortable for yourself and family. Whatever it needs we will service you fairly and honestly. All prices are temporarily reduced. Act quickly to take advantage of this opportunity. Expert helpers and finest materials guarantee satisfactoiy work whether the job be small or large. Goodrich Tires, Washing, Greasing, Willard Batteries, Veedol Oil, Tydol Gas Clapp's Master Service CHECK Battery Tires Oil Radiator Ignition West of Court House Phone 26 FOR SALE—Black Poland China male Dies. Cholera immune.—Mrs. am Reynolds, Titonka. 44-41* BUICK, 5-pasf«nger master coupe to sold at cut prlco quick. Cull at Up- er DCS Moines office, Algona, phone 30. Save that cream with a Vega eep- raior. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms— BJustrom's, Alona, Iowa. 3-tI POULTRY FEED CHICKS FED RED TOP EGO ma*h develop faster and are healthier. Wo have it for you. AlRona Flour & Feed BEER PARLOR NOTHING QUITE SO refreshing as a glass of good beer at Wellcndorf's parlor, northeast comer fairground. For Rent FOB RENT— Pleasant room in lo:al home. Phcne 141. ** Loat-Found FOUND-A .sum of money. Finder tumid call at this office and identify ;ame. ^4 Miscellaneous HUG WEAVING—Have your rug weaving clone now. Price.} art- r«a-SMi- ib'.e.—Home Hug Shop, 510 South Philips at. *>*-n MONEY TO LOAN—I have a few 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 Waah.— Klrscna Laundry. Phone M7. 48-tl CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happlnets. Consult Dr. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf AMBULANCE AMBULANCE»-MODERNLY equipped for any tmerg-ncy. Phone 1), Mer- rltt's Service. 40-tf ELECTRIC WHEN YOUR VACUUM .sweeper r; - fust-h lo function, bring it to us. We'll r< pair it. Pratt Electric. ieve *-i** • ViJ^^l\<J t>^^S *- s* Sirloin q/Beef is a ull'fledeed Knight 'Twas Charles II of England, so the story goes, who touched his scepter to the loin of beef, pronouncing it "Sir Loin." And the name has lived through the ages. Our Sirloin and Other Delicious Beef, Pork, and Lamb Cuts are Indeed Fit for a King. Fresh Chestnuts 1 Ib. Minuet Coffee 2 oz. bottle Hamlet Vanilla, both special for 49c LONG'S Food Shop Phones 214 215 We Deliver For Out-and-Out Value We Nominate These Fur Trimmed Coats *69 50 Persian Lamb Wolf Jap Blink Caracul Fox Squirrel Appraise their distinctive lines, their generous new style collars of fine quality furs, their handsome fabrics. Feel how warm they are, with their wool inter linings. Notice the workmanship. Then consider their price! Honestly now, aren't they the best coat values you've seen all Fall? We think so, too . . . and they'll give many seasons' wear! Other outstanding value* at 18.50, 29.75, 45.00

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