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TWO LUVERNE RESIDENTS PASS ON SAME NIGHT; RITES SUNDAY, MONDAY Mrs. Adolph Ruhnke and John Bamus Sadden LuVerne Folks LuVerne: Mrs. Adolph Ruhnke, 81, passed away at her home' Friday night. She was born near Berlin, Germany, -where she was married to John Hlntz. After coming to the United States, they lived In Illinois, and from there moved to Storm Lake, where they farmed, later moving to Lotts Creek, then to LuVerne. Her husband dkd in 1899. She was married to Adolph Ruhnke. who passed away In 1924. Ten children were born. One son died in Germany and another son died later in the United States. She leaves to mourn four daughters, Mrs. Carrie Benkendorf of LuVerne, Mrs. Augusta Davis of LeMars, Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Elizabeth Lelth, both of Lotts Creek and four sons, Henry of Port Dodge, Fred and John of LuVerne and William of Minnesota. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Lutheran) dturch, conducted by the pastor. Rev. Whittenbrrg and interment waa made in the cemetery at Lotts Creek. John Ramos Bites John Ramus, age 51 years, who has been ill with pneumonia, died at his home Friday night. He was born In Geneseo, HI., and came to LuVerne with his parents at the age of two years. He was united in marriage to Grace Hewitt. He leaves to mourn his widow and five children, one daughter, Ermadine and four sons, John, Leo, Donald and George, two brothers. Will and Otto, and one grandchild, all of LuVerne. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Presbyterian church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Elrod. Interment was made in the LuVerne cemetery. Pat Lau was operated on at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Friday. A baby daughter was born Friday, Nov. 9th, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlm- fer. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shultz spent the week end of last week with their son Everett and wife at Pella. Lee Troutman and Ernest Meyer( Jr., attended the national corn husk- Ing contest at Fairmont, Minn., Thursday. Maynard Spooner, Harold Llchty, 75th ANNIVERSARY COFFEE SALE EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 i> b a* 55c l-lb. bag 19c BED CIRCLE, _lb. 21c BOEAB ________ lb.25c Maxwell House Ib. 31c John Phillips and Fred Zwiefel were visitors In Des Molnes one day last week. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner visited a few days last week at their son's home in Port Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spooner. Mrs. Vargeson came Sunday from Akron for an extended visit at the home of her son and family, Mr. arid Mrs. L. Eustace. Miss Amber Rogers, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers and Jack LeWara? of Port Dodge were united in marriage Saturday. Mrs. S. P. Sorensen and Mrs. Will Ellis asisted Mrs. Ed Dehnert in serving UK- Methodist ladles aid society Wednesday at the home of Mrs Dehnert. Members of the Rebekah lodge met at the home of Mrs. p. i. chapman on I Tuesday evening. Mrs. Viflaas and Miss Stalcy of Burt were guests. A dainty lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Metcalf and son o. Rapid city, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard of Renwick visited Monday at the W. P. Godfrey and Wm. Bigging homes. Th~ J. J. club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bernard Wolf. A political program was carried out. Mrs. John Tiss of Louisiana was an out of town gueft. Refreshments were served. There were 27 ladies present at the cemetery assocation mertlng Thursday at the home of Mrs. Alexander Evans. After a business meeting, the The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, November 15,1934 ~ '—— ~ ~_ — - -' " - ^^^^"^""••'•••"••'''••^••'•••^•^••'••"•••^••••••••••^•••Miiin.frB^iai^iMaMaMM^j, Kossuth Township Election Results afternoon was spent socially. A covered dish lunch was served. fST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Prank Van Erdwyk of Breda spent Sunday at the Martin Rahm home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll and daughter of near LuVerne spent Sunday afternoon at the E. P. Arndorfcr home. Miss Lucille Simons, who Is employed at AJgona spent Sunday afternoon and evening with her mother, Mrs Mary Slinons. Oscar Simons, son of Mrs. Mary Simons, who Is In a forestry camp near Forest City, spent Sunday and Monday with his mother and other rela- (Contlnued from Page One) (1936) tT. B. Frankl, 20. Clerk—Cart Hutchtns, 25. Assessor—Lawrence Hutchins, 37; Leslie Jenkins, 89- A L. Greenfield, 20. LnJtota Justio3-JP. W. Beemer, 216; J. J. McDonald, 179; Oliver Marquis. 89; A. P. Schultz, 57. Constable—A. M Lester 203. Trustees—W. B. Leslie, 48; Aug, Gutknecht, 48; J. H. Holcomb, 34. Clerk —O. S. Nelson, 46. Assessor—John Hartshorn, 20; John Smith, 58. Ledyard Justice—P. w. Beemer, 79; J. J. McDonald. 94; Oliver Marquis, 97; A. P. Scholtz, 70. constable—A. M. Lester, 32; George Dunn, 4. Trustees— (1935) W. B. Leslie, 21; Aug. Gutknecht, 42; (1936) J. H. Holcomb, 36. Clerk—O. S Nelson, 24; Geo. Hagge, 4. Assessor- John Hartshorn, 35; John Smith, 37. Lincoln Constable—Harm Dornback, 1; Henry ZInng. 1. Trustees—1935) Paul flertzke, 110; (1936) Ben Edwards, 30. Clerk—Ben Cod-;r, 107. Assessor—W. i. Patterson, 17. Lone Rock (Fenton) Trustees—(1935) P. M. Christensen i7; (1936) Alex Badlg. 75. Clerk—H 1. Dreyer, 65. Assessor—Lawrence Newbrough, 35; Fred Wegener, 49. Lotto Creek Trustees—(1935) C. W. Elbert, 170 (1936) Peter Elbert, 175. Clerk—Theo Pompe, 123; John Kohlwes, 87. Asses- sir—Andrew Elbert, 196. LuVerne Justice—I. H. Chapman, 2; Consuelo Hanna, 139. Constable—Grover Bentz, 132; Arnold Sanders, 126. Trustees— (1935) Frank Chambers, 84; (1936) A A. Schipull. Clerk—H. C. Allen,, 82. Assessor—Ed Chambers, 76. Plum Creek Trustee—(1935) Roscoe Mawdsley, 8; (1936) Alfred Jergenson, 102. Clerk —Walter Klamp, 105. Assessor—H. L. McEnroe, 60; H. Benschoter, 123- Leslie McEnroe, 16. BANCROFT COUPLE GOLDEN WEDDING SUNDAY, NOV. 11 Portland Trustees—(1935) E. B. Dittmer, 24(1936) W. H. Schwietsrt, 11; John Koestler, 4. cleric—E. O. Mann, 16. Assessor—W. R. Stewart, 103. Prairie Justice—Wm. Eich, 239. Trustees— (1935) Isadore Mayer, 257; (1936) Geo. Clnk, 102. Clerk—G. B. Ludwig, 258. Assessor—Chas. Kollasch, 121; John Ludwig, 173. Ramsey HEINZ SALE Tomato Ketchup if 19c Fresh Cucumber Pickles JF T JIy Soups 2 23c 25c Jar Med. cans ALL (except consumme and Cl Chowder) BOSTON STYLE RAKED Beans 3 <£nT 27c tives. Mrs. A. J. Grandgenett who has PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR ZS* 25c DEL MONTE SLICED PINEAPPLE J™ 19c BLUE RIBBON BOUILLION CUBES •*• 10c BORDEN'S EAGLE COND. MILK - 19c COLLEGE INN CHICKEN ALA KING - 31c FLEISCIIMAN'S YEAST cak * 3c ANN PACK plain, T. S. or Veg. BEANS ;.°r 5c IONA COCOA 2 L 17c StJNNYKIELD, quick or regular OATS Ik 16c UNEEDA BAKERS' Special FIG BARS 2 lbs 23c SALADA GUEEN TEA l/i '"iSr -' ""90,. 1 1-/\ pkr. IJC ykg. ZVC CLEANSER SUNBRITE 3 — 13c SOAP 10 |~—37c ARGO GLOSS STARCH »* SEJMUNOLE TISSUE 2 «"*• LIFEBUOY SOAP 4 «-» WASHING POWDER RINSO 2 been seriously in Saturday and Sunday, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona Monday jfor medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brink of Bancroft spent Sunday with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erickson. Mr. Erickson, who took sudden- y ill several months ago, is slowly improving. Thirteen hour devotions were observ- n d f at rr,°i. C , cJlurcn «ere Sunday, with first High Mass at 7 o'clock and second High Mass at 10 o'clock a. m At 7:30 p. m. the closing of the devotions was held. Trustees—(1935) Geo. Griese, 108; Ed. Droessler, 55; (1936) P. H. Mescher, 135. Clerk—John Hellman, 47. Assessor—Arthur Cogley, 145. RivvrdaJe Justice—Fred Illg. 13. Constable- Nick M. Thilges, 6. Trustees—(1935) John Prideres, 182. Clerk—John Bor- mnnn, 182. Assessor—Thomas Crahan, 172; Douglas Wlldin, 31, Seneca Justice—Robert Sawders, 85; Chris Nleljon, 100. Constable-—Leo Engesser, 92; Tom Nielsen, 94. Trustees— (1935) O. 'R. Jensen, 109; (1936) I. F. Engesser, ill. clerk—Milkn Jensen, 109. Assessor—J. W. Bollig, 140; Chris Dahl, 59. Sexton (Irvington) Trustees—(1935) Henry Eischcid, G8; (1936>. Clerk—Carl Hutchins, 46. Assessor—Lawrence Hutchinie, 51; Leslie Jenkins, 27; A. L. Greenfield. 26. Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wor del, old time residents of Bancroft celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. llth. A Mass was read In their honor in St|. John's church at 8 o'clock by Rev. Joseph Scholtes. At one-thirty a wedding dinner was served to the Immediate family and relatives and Jrlends. The room, with Its two tables were beautifully decorated In yellow and white A large double wedding cake, decorated with yellow roses, with green stems, occupied the center of the main table, vlth ft, bride and groom adorning the op of the cak-2, while the adjoining .ables also had a double cake, salmon colored and trlmired with red flowers. A large bouquet of yellow and white chrysanthemums lent color to both ablcs. AH food possible was carried t In thc same colors. Mr. and Mrs. Wordel received many Refill and delightful gifts, among hem being a large floor lamp, bed pread, pillow cases, a beautiful fraim- d picture of the Pope sent by Father Ament, who Is In Rome, and a relative of the aged caupJ;. Flowers and a purse were presented by their friends. Open house was held from two p. m until five when many friends of the couple came to offer congratulations Cake and coffee were served during this time. At six o'clock a light lunch was aerv^ ed, after which bridge and five hundred were played. Those lucky In Winning prizes in the two sets of cards were as follows: Mrs. B. J. Mickels high for the ladtes, J. B. Mickels, high for men, Mrs. Barbara Dempsey, cut prize, Albert Elsbecker, lucky prize, Maurice Bernhard, travel prize, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard, consolation prlz-s and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wordel, guest prize. Mr. and Mrs. Wordel have two children, George Wordel of Carroll and Mrs. Albert Elsbecker of Bancroft and eight ?rajidchlldPEn, Kenneth and Delores Wordel, Donald, EsteUa, Dennis, Georgia, Helen and John Elsbecker. Mrs. Volt of Algona was in charge of the wedding dinner and the fol- owing girls were waitresses: Delores Wordel, Callbta Elsbecker, Julia Vaske and Esther Schneider. Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs .................. IDC Springs, S Ibs. up ................ 120 Leghorn Springs .................. 8c NO. 1 .............................. 27c No. 2 ............................. Cream ./. .290 MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Walter Beyer, Vernon Center, Minn., and Margaret McCoy, Mankato, Nov. 10. Everyal Adams and Doris Will, Algona, Nov. 12. Clark Campbell and Gertie Kranz, Corwith, Nov. 13. Tax Sale Postponed The delinquent tax sale has been extended 30 days, County Treasurer Duffy stated yesterday. Publication of the d<llnquent list will be made the week of Dec. 6 and the sate will be held Jan. 7. New Manager at Diagonal Oil Station. New management of the oil station on Diagonal street was announced this week. E. W. Loberg of Omaha, will be the new manager, and the station will handle Marathon products. Mr. Loberg plans to move here soon. He has fin opening day special announcement in an ad elsewhere in this issue. The tation was formerly operated by Chas. McGinnis. Bancroft Man to Kossuth Grand Jury- Leonard Johnson, Greenwood township, waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, and was bound over the grand Jury by Justice P. A. Danson, last Friday. [ THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER Nov. 7 64 Nov. 8 48 Nov. 9 57 Nov. 10 48 Nov. 11 44 Nov. 12 58 Nov. 13 47 High Low 35 21 32 31 21 24 23 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white (old) $.77% Sherman Trustees—(1935) Sim (1936) H. J. Kohlhaas, 9. Leigh, 53; Clerk—John Bormann, 11. Assessor—E. C. Green, 1. Springfield Trustee—(1935) Guy B. Risk. 49; (1936) Lewis Anderson, 51. Clerk— •"red Dutton, 45. Assessor—L. H. Junkermeier, 62. Swea Justice—J. C. Johnson, 96; Fred Waler, 96. Trustees (1935) Martin Molinder, 101; (1936) Axel Erickson, 100. Clerk—O. L. Thorson, 105. Assessor- Leo Guerdet. Union Trustees—(1935) Peter Erpeldlng, 74; T. A. Reed, 107; (1936) A. R. Cniik- shank, 100; John Byson, 1. Clerk- Robert Harvey. 128; Glen, Jenkinson, 60. Assessor—Rob:rt Loss, 105; W. J. Bourne, 93. Wesley Justice—Ihno A. Gerdes, 174. Constable—Carl Johnson, 169. Trustees— (1935) H. J. Sherman, 132; (1936) L. A. Bolenus. 5. Clerk—Fred Di-elcman, 72; Henry Nefeon, 181. Whittemore Justice—M. P. McDonnell, 422. Constable—Adam Luchsinger, 103. Trustees—(1935) C. C. Baas, 161; (1936) Fred Kollasch, 133; Wm. M-:yer, 80. Clerk—Walter Vaudt, 166. Assessor- James Hogan, 197. 2 yellow 7414 2 mixed 74' 3 yellow (new) 73 4 yellow (new) 74 Oats, white No. 3 51 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $5JO Heavy butchers 5.30 Packing sows, 300-350 4.80 Packing sows, 350-00 4.70 Packing sows, 400-450 4.00-450 Light weight, 140 3.00 Light weight, 160 4.00 Light weight, 180 4.50 Cattle Fat cows $1.75-2.00 3.00-4.00 Yearlings 4.00-4.50 Fat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 2.50-3.00 Bulls 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry .10c Hens, over 4% Ibs. Sens, under 4% Ibs '.'.'.'.'.'.'. To Leghorns 7o Ducks (young) 4% Ibs. up Turkeys (young) No. 1 . Turkeys (old) No. 1 Geese . 9c .15c .lie BUILT TO GIVE GREATER VALUE Best Possible for the Money in SUITS With Snap in Every Line Here they are, the new fall Bi- Swings tweeds and the more formal finished and unfinished worsteds. You have a wonderful choice here and now at a pronounced value price. Come in and select yours. Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values 80 aBxxaxxwxxxoaxxc^^ PLUM CREEK NEWS Mrs. c. C. Robinson l s vLsltlnn at he home of her daughter. Mrs Wm Altwegg. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross are parents of a girl baby, weight 8 pounds, born Saturday, Nov. 10th. A new corn crib has Ixv n erected on the farm .Ben Weber purchased ' Wanted WANTED—Hay, straw and forage pre-slng. Efficient and reasonable ser- vice.—Bartlctt Bros., TiSonka. pjion.- Burt 1-94. 46' WANTED—School girl wants place to work for room and board 568-W. 7c 13c 24c 15c Fruits & Vegetables Grape Fruit, size 96, each 5c 8 Ib. bag Oranges, 49c 4 Ibs Head Lettuce, & 60, each Carrotta, _ 'i bunches . ATLANTIC & PACIFIC from the Aetna Insurance Co Mr and Mrs. Elmer Jasocr.son anti family were visitors Sunday at Good- Hoffrs h °' ne ° f hiS Sbter ' the Ra " 51 ' Tr,; Carl Albright family, Mr anil Mrs. C. B. Albright and Qenevicw All- wegg were Sunday visitors at the Norman Mayne home i n Estherville ,„ , ' R . A - Gros s of Htckford has bt-en Usitinfr at th« Carl Albright and John Gras.s homes and is at pro. tr tafcinu can- of i) l(! ,H-W babv at !!„ home of her son. John ClrohK. hiitkiiii' content at Pairmonf Tjlursd"' wetv- tho Albeit ' " ' Sliick, Jr.s.. Kd Henry Hopkin-s Cliff Jii-n- Jodi-s and Die Floyd Atty. S. E. McMahon Has Heart Attack f.,^ *?. " cMah °n suffered a heart attack Wednesday evening of last week probably brought on bv the w* and exntemem of t .ection. " He * feW da and h " , to his bed since and th i -"proved' i , ar , nowcver| tnat at a '»">« Call 46 WANT TO BUY—feccom! mind~wheH chair.—Fred Mo.v r, Ottosen. Iowa. 40* For Sale FOR SALE—Farms, owned by the Federal Lnnd Bank of Oiroha. In this and adjoining counties, priced right and on very attractive terms. Write— Elmo Hoffman, Iowa, Box 402. Fleldman. Spencer, 46-51 FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey sprliv bears, dark red, big bon d, easy feeding. $800 to $10.00 for two week* only.—Alfred Carlisle, Whittemort- 45-40- BUICK, 5-pa.s.venger niastxr coupe to be sold ut cut price Quick. Call at Upper Des Moinea office, Algona, phuit Save that cream with a Vega separator. U.sers biggest boosters. Medl- Terni-s—Bjustrom's, Al- um ,>ize. $77.50. gcna, Iowa. 3-ti Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 267. 48-tt AMBULANCE AMBULANCE—MODERNLY equipped for any emergency. Phone 11, Mer- rltfs Service. 4Q-tf MISCELLANEOUS A neat and well dressed personal appearance means a lot In your personal approach and neat and attractive stationery does the same thing for your business. How Is your stationery? Special price on business letterheads, envelopes and statesments. this month.— The Algona Upper De.i Moincs, call 230. 46 . PRODUCE HIGHEST MARKET prices paid for poultry and eggs.—Alg:na phone 9-J. Produce, 46-51 BEER PARLOR DROP IN FOR a stein of beer at Wt.'llcndorfs. Everybody likes our beer >nrt our plac:-, at northeast corner of ulrgroundfi. 4(i Special Thanksgiving Promotion AN UNUSUAL DISPLAY OF Attractive New LINENS, BEAUTY SHOP DOES YOUR HANDS HAVE natural cnarm. One of those exceptional man- cores at the Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop emphasiz-Ls the charm. 604. Phon 46 Miscellaneous MONEY TO IX)AN—I have a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a rea.'-xinable rate on approved farm loan or basinet property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happine.v 1 ). consult Dr. F. c. ftcunlan, Chiropractor. Res Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf CONFECTIONERY YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU RE muting U you haven't tried one of our thick malted millcs. Come in and we'll .stir one up.—The Algonquin. 46 AUTO REPAIRING YOU ARE THE ONE man who can't «•«: the wobble in your automob'Ai wheels. We can quickly tell you if they are properly aligned. —Elbert Garage ALCOHOL Non-I{n.stin^ it in your CMI- 01^your <-an, 1HH dc^rcit pn.of, (iiiarantcfd 50c Gallon SATURDAY SPECIAL 1 Gallon Oil 35c Any weight, regular price, 50c gallon CORYELL SERVICE 1 block South Iowa State Hank POULTRY FEED YOU'LL SAVE MANY CHICKS by fe-.dinj{ Red Top Egg Mash. We're selling It at $2.25 cwt,. now.—Algona Flour & Feed Co. 46 DAIRY The Cnlldren cry for WOOD8IDE DAIRY MILK. Give them all they can drink. 46 ELECTRICAL WORK IF YOU NEED more receptacles, for lamps, radio, heater, etc., call us. W:' have the supplies and do the Installation.—Pratt Electric. 46 RADIO YOU'VE BEEN WAITING for a new radio. Here's your chance. $20 and up fc-r a genuine Philco or Grunow. Most complete block in the county.—Bjus- U'oni's. 45 DENTIST WHY I THOUGHT IT WAS just a baby tooth. This is a grave mistake made' by ms.ny molhitrs. Tile ftrst pennon-, nt moltr, which corv.-s at iix .\t.-ars of age, L> rhf vc-ry foundation a! the whole facial .stiuoiuro. A deu- tut .sh-uld InspLct your child's teuh at Ita^t twice a year. 4ti PLUMBING BRING THE PLUMBING INSIDE Kurui hum owners will be Jnt c -reiU"J ni i>k>i« one) L-..ilumti;i. Set Lding & Muckcy. 48 Thrifty and wise home-makers will welcome this special Thanksgiving promotion of attractive new linens. For 50 years, this store has been linen headquarters and now we maintain this reputation by offering a great and unusual display. Come in and see these beautiful table pieces—priced to offer substantial savings to you. PIQUES to Help You lebrateTHANKSGIVING All Linen Table Cloths Shown in full bleached damask linens—cloths and napkins hemsitched assortment of attractive designs such as chrysanthemum, tulip and scroll, lilac and scroll and square border. Size 59 x 59 6 Napkins to Match Size Size Size 59 x 74 59 x 89 65 x 101 Size 60 x 90 6 Napkins to Match 12 Napkins to Match 12 Napkins to Match 12 Napkins to Match $4.90 to $5.95 Set $5.90 to $6.50 Set $8.75 Set $10.75 Set $5.75 Set All linen Luncheon Sets. Cloth 36" square with 4 napkins. All linen grass cloth, natural color with brown, 1 AC green or orange border, set *•»»*) All Linen ivory colored 5 piece set. Embroidered design, finish 1 CA in black, set 1.JV Pure Linen all white fringed cloth and napkins, lieni- stitched pattern, set All linen grass cloth, natural color with woven block design in gold and black or green and black, napkins to match, set Lace Cloths—banquet size, 72x90 and 72x108, with napkins to match. Filet Lace Covers, linen color in effective floral designs in sizes 36x36 45x45 54x54, 60x60, 54x72, 72x72, 72x90 and 72x108, with napkins to match. Filet Lace Luncheon Sets, Cloth 36" square, 4 napkins to match. All linen 36" cloth, Chinese embroidery, iilet lace border, A "7C napkins to match, set All linen 36" cloth, Mosaic design, stitching center and border, napkins to match, set All linen 36" cloth, oyster Chinese colored embroidery, to match, set white, 1 AC lU bleached linen grass cloth, 36" square, Chinese embroidered design msitched bo ** heuisitehed border, napkins to inateh, set WVMrVVV^^VrVWVVWVVW^rVWVUV^^

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