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Gertrude Klepper Is Bride In (Ceremony; to Farm Near St. Joe Miss Gertrude Klepper was united in marriage to Leonard Wrydrrt, of St. Joe in Sts. Peter nnd Paul's church Tuesday morning at nine o'clcck. The beautiful double wedrtlnt? ring cere- inony was used. Tlie bride was attirod in the conventional white satin and carried a bouquet of roses nnd sw'et peas. She was attended by Miss Paulino Weydert, a. niece of the proom ix?Roy KJeppcr, brother of the bride acted as best man. A three course din- nrr and supper was served to about nity relatives and frknds in the homo of the- bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klepper. Those who assisted with the serving wrro the Mesdnmrs Theo Faber, Henry Wolfe, .John Ktscli. Hen- LEONARD WEYDERT Mrs WEDS AT ST. JOE H °* pital at Ft * Dodge The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona Iowa. November 8, 1934 , , . . en- ry Klepper, and the Misses Lorcna Klepper, Elizabeth Wolfe and Florence Schaller. A wedding dance was Riven Jn tnft Region hall in the evening to Ml of their friends. The nowlyweds make their home on a farm nca St. Joe. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey is In the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge recovering from a major operation performed a week ago Monday. Her son. Bill, who has been under the care of a nurse for the past two weeks, is abl-0 to be out again and spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with his mother. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ann ZittriWch and Beulah Hartshorn. Mrs. Dalley's many friends wish her a speedy recovery. OBITUARY OF H. VONRANTZOW Came to Algona in 1885; Here 36 Years; Death Occurred in Calif. Algona Upper DPS Moines, Dear Edi- WM, AALDERKS SERVICE FRIDAY FROM LAKOTA ^Former Business Man's Death Saddens Many Homes With Grief Stokes, Injured in Wreck, Recuperates Guy Stokes. Algona mail clerk, was reported as recovernlg In good sJiape Trom effects of a railroad accident last Thursday morning, just west of Spencer. Iowa, when the westbound Sioux on the Milwaukee left the tracks. Mr Stokes, who with Glen Shore and Geo A. Conklln of Algona, had boarded the wain here for their run, was knocked down when the accident occurred and knoctetd unconfcdlous. Mrs. stokes went to Spencer and brought him home after he was treated at Spencer and recovered from the blow sufficiently to travel home. Two other members of the train's crew, an express messenger and bag- gageman, were also Injured. tor: Incfofecd find oWltuary for the late H. Von Rantzaw who was a subscriber to the Algona Upper Des Moln- cs for so many yean. The late H. Von Rantzow was born in Hamburg Germany, January 27, 1862, came to Algona In 1885. where he had a shoe repair shop. From Algona he moved to Whlttemore where he resided, having a shce business for 36 years and moving to Roscvilie, California, in 1926 where he has lived the past 8 years He died Oct. 24 after a short illness. Funeral services were held Oct. 27th and cremation held at East Lawn Sacramento, California. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mina V Rantzow, three sons, T. H. Von Rant zow of Los Angeles, California, H. H Von Rantzow of Sacramento. Call fornia. Irving Von Rantzow of Rose ville. California, and 3 daughters, Mrs 3eorge Margen, Roseville, California Mrs. Frank Tibblls, Roseville, Callfor nla. and Mrs. Earl Tyler, St. Edward Nebraska. Yours sincerely, Mrs. Mina V. Rantzow, 137 Riverside, Roseville California. Funeral srrvicrs were held Friday afternoon at thp Presbyterian church in Lnkcta for Wm. Aalderks who died suddenly Wednesday forenoon at his homo from a heart attack. Srrvicrs wrrc conducted by Rev. O H. Frrrkinsr. A quartette, Mrs O H Frrrkine. Mrs. wm. Turley, Jerry Uk- rna and .Terry Hcetl,nnd with' Mrs J. Ukent, pianist, sani; threo songs. There were many floral tributes attesting to thp esteem in which Mr. Aalderks was held in the community. Pall bearers were: John Smith, Jake Trlkamp, Supt. Grabau. Frank Lewis Henry Hassebrock nnd H. Berschman. William L. Aalderks wns born January 28. 1864 at Westorbnrg. Germany, nnd died at Lak'ota on Wednerkiay Oct. 31, 1934. having arrived at the ag of 70 years, 9 months nnd 3 days. His boyhood days were spent in Aur Farmers Asked to List Surplus Feed ..«-.i."v~y~ who nave an y klnd o f surplus feed are asked to list it with C °. Unt L A8:ent °- A - Bonnstetter. The itet will be turned over to Gustavo Gross who Is maintaining an office for the Federal Emergency Relief organization of South Dakota. Mr. Gross was in Algona last Thursday and will be here again November 8, 9, 10 to buy the feed. Read Th e Want Ads—It Pays. AMAZING NEW VALUE! *"™"»-^— - - PHILCO Only PHILCO coold give you so much for so little! Think of it — a full-sized Lowboy that brings in all standard American programs, plus police and aircraft calls— at an unheard of price! Enjoy the unexcelled PHILCO f performance and glorious tone that have made PHILCO the most accepted radio! 4250 EASIEST TERMS Latest features include Automatic Volume Control, Tone Control, Elect ro-Dynamic Speaker, Simplified Tuning and I'HILCO High-Efficiency Tubes. Cabinet of American Walnut and three-toned woods,satin-finished throughout. r Ich. Germany. On October 10. 1897, he was united in marriage with Miss Henrietta Janssen and to this union five children were born, otto, Herman Minnie and Henrietta, who with their mcther survive, the other child having died in infancy. The first few years of their married life were spent in th old country, and In 1906 the father came alone to America to found a home for ht> loved ones. His quest was successful and he was able to send for his little family the next year In 1907. The family has lived in Lakota all the years after coming to America with the exception of two years which were spent in Palmer, Iowa. For several years Mr. Aalderks followed his real vocation, that of a business man, having been in department stores. The last few years were also LUVERNE WOMAN HONORED BY 33 KINONBffiTHDAY Mrs. Josephine Brink Has Real Sunday as Relatives Honor Her LuVerne: About 33 relatives gather- d at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John rink Sunday where a birthday dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Josephine Brink. Those present were- Mr and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and daughters. Mr. nnd Mrs. DeRa e Godfrey. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER n High Low 43 29 * 43 18 2 53 30 Nov. 3, .87 inch rain 48 39 Nov. 4,. .01 Inch rain 52 34 5 '.'.'.'.'..57 34 Nov. 6 71 36 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white (old) $.73^ 2 yellow 7014 2 mixed 70 3 yellow (new) 68 4 yellow (new) 66 Gate, white No. 3 4914 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $515 Heavy butchers 500 Packing sows. 300-350 '.'.'.'.'.'. 470 Packing sows, 350-400 .....460 Packing sows, 400-450 .. 4 50 Light weight. 140 '.'.'.'. 3.00 Light weight, 160 " 350 Light weight, 180 .'.'.. 4^50 Caltte Fat cows $1.75-2.25 Calves 3.00-4'.00 Yearlings 3.50-4.50 Fat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 2.50-3.50 B «"-s 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry years or responsibility, when he faithfully and diligently took care of the public school building in Lakota. His passing was a shock and grief ;o the children in the school as well as for the faculty, for he was kindly and treated the children as friends, asking after their families own well being. and their . Mr. Aalderks was baptized and confirmed in the faith In his native land, nd affiliated with the Lakota Fresby- ,,..„ *»*u. A^r{;.i\ra^» vjuuii ~y. Bob Blgglngs of LuVeriK; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Potter and son, Kenneth of Goldfield; Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peltls, Ruth and Richard, Miss Genie Potter, Mr and Mrs. Percy Brink and son, Allen of R-nwick Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Knit- singer and children of Hardy; Mrs Hattie Krutsinger and daughter, Bertha of Humboldt After dinner the afternoon was spent In visiting. Mrs. Brink was the recipient of many nice birthday gifts. Mrs. Woito Hostess Mrs. Ernest Woito was hostess to the progressive Women's club Friday. Mrs. Aaron Steussy read a paper on "Na- Alberta Hemingway, Wtst Liberty, .Ta., Nov. 3. Koamth Hospital News Thursday, Baby Ernest Kramer of irvlngton underwent a major operation. Thursday, R. H. Ortman of Burt had his appendix removed. Thursday, Virginia Anderson ol Burt entered as a medical patient. Thursday, Albert Boltgan of Lakota had his appendix removed. Sunday, Magdalene Kramer of Al- gona and John Ramus of LuVerne en» tered to receive care for pneumonia Sunday, o. N. Belsch of Sexton entered for medical treatment. Monday, Mabel Kelch of Corwitrt had her appendix removed. Tuesday, O. WHAen of Bancroft had his appendix removed. Tuesday, Mrs. Matt Osterbauer of Algona entered for medical care. Wednesday, Betty Budlong of Ttton- ka entered as a surgical patient Wednesday, Mrs. Louis Reding gave birth to a baby boy. Wednesday, George Wilson, proprietor of the Wilson Bakery, entered am a medical patient. Read The Want Ads—it Pays. tinal and State Highways," Miss Florence Hof assisted the hostess in serving lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Doughty visited rela Uves In Webster City Sunday. Jess Llndebak and son, Edward at tended the football game at Ames o Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson spen Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Brodie in Granger. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lcvier and fam ly of Omaha visited Thursday with *£•«• Y A __|. » __.* Hens, over 4 14 Ibs. . Hens, under 4% ]bs ..... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ec Leghoains ....................... 3c Ducks (young) 4% Ibs. up ......'. 8c Ducks (young) 4% ibs under ____ 7c Ducks (white) 4% Ibs. .. 8c Ducks (colored) 4% Ibs. . 7c Turkeys (young) No. 1 ____ 150 Turkeys (old) No. 1 ...... n c Geese ............................. 6c Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs ............... ioc Springs, 5 Ibs. up ................. 120 Leghorn Springs READ No. 1 No. 2 Cream 24r :;£; erian church. ' 1Mrs . Jennie "Levier. He leaves to mourn his sudden de- I Roinh or,* TTO,W-,,» T, rarture. his beloved wife, and four TP h^ « £?, Herbert Rapp and Mrs hildren. Otto Aelderks of Cincinnati. ""f™- 11 vlsuea over Sunday with Mr Ohio. Herman Alderks of Chicago, Mrs. Leo Edwards of Clear Lake, Iowa, and ilrs. Alvin Huenhold of Algona. jus Peeks Injured In Auto Accident Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peek of Portland Oregon, are in the Physicians and Surgeons hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee, following an automobile accident which occurred on their way home from Florida. Mr. Peek suffered a broken collar bon-j and Mrs. Peek received cnts and bruises. Their car was badly damaged. The Peeks recently visited old friends in Algcna on their way to Florida where Mr. Peek attended the national convention of abstractors. M. P. Haggard received thp mes- tage from the Peeks telling of th*ir iccident. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. Mrs. Ingalls Swlsher visited the week end with her sister and brother. Con- (suelo and Scott Hanna. Mrs. Catherine Marty had as guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stetissy of New Glarus, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Dcltzle at Spencer Sun- wa&0®o&^x^^ [ST. BENEDICT NEWS Plug.In ANYWHERE! 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Miss Barbara Mosely of Goldfleld <pont the week end here with her aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. I. H Chapman. The Lutheran Ladles' Aid society met Thursday at the church with 60 ladles present. Mrs. Will Tiede was the George Tied-:, and Mr. and Mrs. ,has. Wolf visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Lothrlnger In Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mcedlng are moving to LuVerne from Thor and will make their home In the Konarska res»- lence recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs I>:an Castleman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and their children cf Minneapolis visited over --——••• - <->f.rv4*o » *O*VCLI UVITI sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. AJkn. •lay with "iite" parent" Mr "'and "M™" J ' L ' Llchty """ ^^ter, Ruth. P. F. Immcrfall went to Dcs M °m<* Tuesday. Ruth remained to r-:vlew her typing at the Mr. und Mrs. Al Rostnmeyer attended a Legion meeting at Algona la-t Thursday evening. Henry Arndorfer i.s tlv owner of a new Hupmobile purchased recently fif.m the Wesley Auto Co. Mr. und Mrs. G. E. Arndorfer nnri family .spent Sunday ntU'rnoon with lh,f former's mother, Mr.v Hose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mr.v E. F. Arndorfer and the latter';, sister, Ho.-»alia Eisenbarth. tpcm laa Thursday at • .hopping. Mas<jn City Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and tiielr daughter, Marcia Ann and Mrs. J L lloskopf were sliopper.s at Fort Doda- la.st Thursday. Lambert \\nteicher, v,h, LS emplyo- rd at Ma-son City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ven- U'iclier near Doan. Martin Rahui, Dan Rahm Mrs J L Haskopf, Mr... N. H. Raskopf and Mr. and Mr.s. J. O. Downs and daughter, Marcia Aim drove to Ledyard Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. J. L. Kink, wijo las be..n seriously ill, but is now uii- jroving. --------.. ..*.. vjjj* Dickeas Secretarial Schocl. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spoon-;r went to Forest City Friday to help Mrs. Spoon- <r's mcther, Mrs. Priscilla Shaffer celebrate her 88th birthday. Miss Alice Wolf, who is nurse in th<; hospital at Hampton visited several clays last week at the home of her parent.", Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf. The Methodist Missionary society met with Mrs. Peter Thompson on Ihursday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Llch- ty, Mrs. Peitzke, Mrs. Ray Stcne and Mrs. Harold Phillips each gave a Deport. Mi.s. H. E. Rogers and Mrs. Laun;! Rogers went to Fort Dodge Friday to attend a miscellaneous shower given in hoiur of Mu» Amber Rot-era who is >oon to become the bride of Jack Le- WariK- of Fon Dodge. Miss Rogers Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers of LuVerne, and has just lini.sh<-d a cturse in nurses' training at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey spring b.ars, dark red, big bontd, easy feeding. $8.00 to $10.00 for two weekfe on- y — Alfred Carlisle, Whittwnore 45-4ti« NEW CARS LICENSED Lillian May Farrow, Ledyard. Chev- rokt sedan; Richardson Furniture Co Algona, Ford truck; Wm. Wlrtjes, Lakota, Chevrolet coach; S. A. Butter- fKld. Swea City, Plymouth sedan; Fred Bentele, Wesley, Plymouth sedan; Geo. L. Milltr, Algona, Fjrd truck; Henry ». Arndorfer, Corwith, Hupmobile sedan; Eleanor J. Rahm. St. Bentdict Port tudor; Lucy Hewjt:, Swca City Ford truck; M. C. Paite»:.n. LuVerno Plymouth coach; Emll Schumacher Fcnton, Dodge irlckup. MARRIAGE LICEVSt'3 ISSUED Gordon Nelson. Clear Lake, and Pauline Blakely, Titonka, Oct. 31. Henry Plasier, Titonsa. and Myrtle Harrenga, Titonka, Nov. 2. Sigurd D. Jensen, Downey, Iowa, and An Extraordinary Event Sale of High Grade Knit Dresses and Suits Two days, beginning Friday morning, Nov. 8th at Nine O'clock from a lai * e a"*™ manufactur- x high grade knit dresses and 3-pleoe suits we are able to offer the women of Kossuth county exactly rf n "iV P " ln "*, ordinar y •«* of the word. Not one of dresses and suits comes from, our own stock. They are all new fresh, ckan garments, never before placed on sale at retail The^ represent values from 855 to $12.85 Ld are shoZ in Jzfw, u?W The success of this sale will determine the advisability of special Promotions of dependable merchandise at a " $4.88 EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS! BJUSTROM'S For a Full Line of Philco and Grunow Radios Wanted WANTED—Caih register in any condition, large or small. Write or cal Otto Sanders. Lone Rock. Iowa. 45' For Sale FOR SALE-9 used threddtrs, 1 stone pulverizer, o corn sheliers, 6 mills, o tractors and plows. 1 s»w mill. 4 silo tillers, 1 corn picker, 3 elevators, 5 portable mills. 1 new hay baler, air eKclric light plants, etc.—Mielke, Ntw Hampton. luwa. 45 FOR SALE-—Duroc male hog. -D F Gardner, phone 22F21. 45- FOIt SALE Sprint; ing heifers, dairy typu-.-^A. B. Lappe, Bancroft. 45* FOR SALE— 2 buck shevp, 1 In-sh cow.— C. Cunningham, Sexton. 45' FOR SALE Black Poland Chm.i iralu uiui. Cholera manual- Ms:,. faaiu Keynulds. Tiloiika. 44-^!* BUICK. 5-pa^ LK.- suld ul cut pri p;-r DLS Monies ci- quick. i. r coupe to Cull at Up- Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $7.7.50. Terms—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3_tj Miscellaneous RUG WEAVING-JIave your rug weaving done now. Prices arc- reasonable.—Home Rug Shop. 510 South Phillips St. 40.. tf MONEY TO LOAN-I have a lew thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property —M. P, Haggard. " 34.*! For Out-and-Out Value We Nominate These T Persian Lamb Wolf Jap Mink Have you tried our Thrifty Wash— KLrschi Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tl CIIIUOPUACTOK ^ HEALTH is huppiiiecS. Consult Dr. V. C. iicurilan, C'.'iiropruttor. Kvs. 755, Suuiiiiriuiu 5&i. 3S-U AMBULANCE AMBULANOB-MODEltNLY «julp- --d for any emcrgMjey. Phone 11, Merrills fatrvice. 4 Q-tf 59 ed .00 Caracul Fox Squirrel Appraise their distinctive lines, their generous new style collars of fine quality furs, their handsome fabrics. Feel how warm they are, wi th their wool interlinings. 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' wearj Other outstanding values at 18.50, 29.75, 45.00

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