The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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A. H. HEADLEY'S, IRVINGTON, WILL ; MOVED! SPRING Popular Elevator Man Expects to Farm Near Web ster City Irvington: Mr. and Mrs A. D. Headley have announced the intentions o leaving the Irvington community and moving to their farm 7 miles southeast of Webster City about March! The HeadJey family came here in 1005 end for many years farmed in this lo callty. Owing to the poor health o Mr. Headley a few years ago, they dte posed of their farm equipment am moved to Irvington where A. D. has been connected with the local elevator and for many years he was also township assessor. Their one daughter, Mrs. Hazel Eddy lives at Aurelia. Mr. and Mrs. Headley will always be welcome visitors on tihelr return trips to Irvington. Creaco Embroidery The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Loren Brown. A large crowd attended. Mrs. Carl Brown had charge of the program, which was „ Thanksgiving story by Mrs. Ralph Brown, a piano solo by Mrs. Earl Mller, ready, "The New Piano" by Mrs. George Hackman and a vocal trio composed of Isabel Oreenberg, Ruth Malueg and Ella Mae Johnson with Georga Anne Geigel at the piano. At this writing the condition of Omar deary ia unimproved. He is still at the Robert Smith home. Mrs. George Scuffham and Mrs. Edward Hopkins entertained the Royal Neighbor club at the former's home on Tuesday. School pupils in District No. 4 are making preparations lor the organizing of & rhythm band. Miss Eunice Bowmen Is the teacher. Friends in this community will be pleased to hear that L. T. Griffin is recovering nicely from his recent illness and plans on spending the winter in Algona. Several from this community attended the funeral of Mrs. Rustrum last Saturday. Mrs. Paul Clarke, who re- Mdes on the old Harold Hutchins place, is her daughter. Alex McLean was taken suddenly ill last Thusrday while at Port Dodge in company with his son-in-law, K. P- Roney. He was taken to a hospital, but returned to his home Friday very mucn improved. Fifteen ladies attended the Aid society meeting held last Thursday afternoon at the Annex. Comforters were worked on, one being completed for Mrs. Casey Loss and also one for Mrs. Chas. Egel. Miss Ruth Black and Roberta Skill- Two Star, in New "Merry Widow" At Call Thi* Thursday, Friday Mr .and Mrs. IJoyd Piscus and son, Tlmmy and Mrs. Oolda Wooley and son, Roger, of Waterloo came Saturday evening for a week «nd visit at the home of Mrs. H. A. Sloan. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid met at the home of Mrs. E. L. Hayne Wednesday. After the business meeting, Mrs. H. M. Mantz had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. B. P. Bliss presented two violin solos and two piano solos were given by Mrs. Roland Jur- gpns. Mrs. Mantz gave a talk. Mrs Carl Vohs was assisting hostess. Mrs. P. M. Poley left Friday morning by bus for Phoenix, Arizona, where she will spend some time at the home of h-T son, Charles and family. She jlans to go to Santa Barbara, Cnllfor iln. to visit her daughter. Mrs. Inn lylen and daughter Wilda Nylen. nfte lie holidays. George Poley took hi mother to St. Joe, where she took th bus. The Bay View club met Tuesday Nov 20, at the home of Mrs. Emm Dewitt. Mrs. W. H. Daubendlek wa reinstated in the club after ft year absence. The progrtim "Stuff Tha Sleep is Made Of and a play. "Rats by Mesdames MiUer, Baughman, Whitford and Sloan was enjoyed. This being Mrs P Poley's last day at the club she was presented with a Rift. Read the Want Ads—It Pays. Important Announcement Station Open All Night 24 Hour—Continuous Service Truckers, doctors—everyone \vbo needs i^as and -j oil or service of any kind at a late hour is cor •£ dially invited to use our slat ion facilities. East Disional St. Algona Independent Horse Auction Sale NEXT SATURDAY December 1 Britt,Iowa 1:30 o'clock P. M. We will sell 2 loads, 45 head, of the best horses we shipped in here, a number of good mares m foal and good colts. These are well broke horses, no branded ones; every horse guaranteed as sold. Rohrbach & O'Rourk H. H. Brummond, auct. Ole Peterson, clerk ing are among Irvlngton's young people who will spend Thanksgiving at home from the State Teachers 1 College at Cedar Palls. Katherine McEnroe will return from Iowa and Virginia Sohoby from Ames. The Plum Creek Literary society enjoyed one of their social evening meet• — -ist Wednesday evening at tne „«,„„ Gardner home, with, Mrs. Sadie Hopkins as chairman of the program. Bridge was played at ten tables witfc Mrs. Clinton Sampson winning high for and Edward Kaln high — Mrs. George Simmons and eon, Ralph of Algona. called at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Rlley, Tuesday. Th e senior government class and their instructor, Harry Poffenberger, drove to Emmetsburg, Wednesday and attended court. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris and Guy Kuyper returned Wednesday tornL Oj- kaloosa, where they went to attend the funeral of Mr. Harris' sister. RCV. and Mrs. I. O. Kitzman left ^^ Q, i iuiif iuw»« **••* w»-o*"o v. «„. ™. 8. Oeigel, secretary of the Irv- U his many friends regret to see him a very Clothin At 25% Below 1935 Market LilCu WlHl nuoiiicoo o**«*»w *-w- ••-« i AVUO. **•»•-*- •• - The meeting was called to make final came to spend a couple or arrangements relatve to moving the nome O f her parent*. Mr and Mrs. hSh Une poles on the Airline No. 169 H enry Harms, recently. She was for- south of Algona. Mr. Llndhorst was mc rly Edna Harms. elected chairman to oversee the work. It was also voted to give the local stockholders first chance at doing the work if they so desired. OVERCOATS j»m*^^a»v^wv • » • • • VT».» .--.-. - _^ SJBKKKHMKKBBSKSBSMSMWSKHBJS ring to [ nld a CHEEK NEWS •• Farm S •• Ruth Schmiel is working at the home of Superintendent O. B. Laing in Al gona. Franklin Kusch, little son ol Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch, is the latest victim of the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fotratz were called to Westgate. Iowa, last week owing to live Illness of Mrs. Potratz's sla- ter. Mr and Mrs. Rinehard Zumach and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rels- ener were Sunday alternoon visitors at the Art Rusch home. Dean William, amall son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Meyer, was taken home from the General hospital a* Algona much improved in health recently. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel and Ada Flene attended a Luther program given y the Lutheran parish school children t Whittemore last Wednesday even- ng. ^mmm mm •• •• urn IP YOU ABE you want a lot of buyers to make your sale a success— and the surest way to inform the public is through the advertising columns of The Algona Upper Des Homes. 2750 families read it each week. They are all reading it^-even if they borrow their neighbor's copy. That's what you want —folks in this community to read your advertisement. They will be your buyers and that's why you should make arrangements to place your sale advertising in O. L. Vohs of Algona, spent Wednesday at the Carl Vohs home. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson has been quite ill with pneumonia. Rev. and Mrs. Arch Conile attended the bazaar at the Rodman church Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham returned Friday from a visit with relatives in Cedar Rapids and Des Moinea. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. AUCTION SALE 41/0 mi. east of Whitmore and 5 mi. w. of Alcona on gravel road i Wed.. Dec. 5 laineh wagon Sale starts 12:30 p._m. 8 Head Horsea Roan mare, 5 yrs. old; roan mare, 4 yrs. old; bay mare, 7; dark bay mare, 5; bay mare, 7; bay mare, 10; gelding, roan male suckling colt. 27 Head Cattle 13 milch cows; 14 yearling calves. 65 Head Hogs weight 120 to 190 lbs._ AND FARM MACHINERY Tractor, binder, discs, plows. drag, com planter, cultivators, mower, hay rack, spreaders, end- nlture. Mrs. Grace Mueller - Auct . SUITS The latest models including the new clnh (•necks, in sport backs, as well as the regular models in overcoats and suits. Husky-Made Work Clothes That Stay on the Job . . . Priced for Workers Budgets Everything you need in warm, long-wearing work ..lollies for practically every Kind of manual and mechanical work. This special stock was purchased from the finest makers at prices to enable us lo give you the best for less nu.ney. Stock up while they last. Rubber Footwear •riu- ID',:- ndvuiwo «t Hi.' fi«<t'»-y <•" ''"' 1 ;;', 1 ' ,,,'IU ,l« -xart W hol,.«l« ]•"«= •»' »"• I'"'""" sloi'k of iim- iiriirs ttinl ruuuern. tn Off 5 Buckle Hi Pressure -*£•£. 4 Buckle Hi Pressure 4 Buckle First Grade The *h^ UooerDesM :ona •• •* •• mm mm We print sale bills, too, and offer - you the benefit of <>9 years experience in preparing your gales message in the correct manner. Established 1865. ilUBUUniHBElUUUHBKBBBSU •• BB • • •if You Can Enjoy Winter If Your Bin is Full of Norton's Blue Star Coal Now is the time to order your coal and save money. <ireat Eagle is a long hurmng ash- free coal. Try it and be one of our satisfied regular customers. F. S. Norton & Son t Phone 229 Algona, luwu ? ZYMWWWM^^ Next Monday-Santa Claus Day—We'll Have a most outstanding Stock of Pajamas and Lounging Robes Keep your eyes peeled for Christmas goods, most of which will be on display. (lifts laid aside and boxed with fancy boxes free. Underwear At liM3 Prices Shorts and Shirts in silk or cotton. Long sleeved and long legged garments. Fine assortment of Sweater*, Cap», Socks, Neckties, etc. Misbach Clothing C

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