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the Algona Upper Dm Moineg,Algona, Iowa, December 13,1934 Wekbrods, Fenton, Observe 55th Date of Their Wedding _-,_— Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weis- observed their 65th wedding anniversary last week Monday.. They were, honored with a dinner Riven by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. WflibrtKl and their granddaughter, fetona Weisbrod, at their home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Weis- fcrod, Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Weisbra), Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, Mr. and •tre. John Bellinger and joe McOov- «rn. Visits Refineries W. ,V. Yager, truck salesman for Hie Farm Bureau Oil Company In this territory left last Thursday in com- Harvey Christenaen of Rlng- ttfr Des Molnes. From there they by special train to St. Louis, Missouri, on a trip to see the oil refln- «rtcs there. Re returned home Monday evening. - .3 WIT*! V. T. A. tteetittg The regular meeting of the P. T. A. was field Iri UK hMj school auditor- tarn last wee* Tuesday evening. The program included a cnal* talk on the human body by Dr. S. W. Meyer. pWno solo by Donna Jean Bailey, a dialogue oottUed, "Jadrttt the Box." by Phyllis Waverby and DeJond BOlte and "Quarrel" song by Phyllis Jean Snyder and Paul Bleckwenn. Mrs. A. H, Meyer is able to be up again after an illness <rt several weeks. Philip Wander returned home last week from attending the International Lire Stock show in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Oerhardt Krause of Oorwith visited at the home of the tamer's uncle, Herman Krause, Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Hans Btego were host and hostess at the Legion and Auxiliary regular meeting this week Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher took their son, Don to Iowa City, Sunday, to consult with doctors at the University hospital Viola Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller was under the care of a trained nurse for the past few days with pneumonia. Dorothy, daughter of Mrs. L. J. Dreyer, is convalescing at her home after :>. rownt appendix operation at the General hospital et Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart and two daughters of Bode were entertained at the home of Mrs. Stewart's brother, C. H. Geronsln, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwlefel and children visited Sunday at the home of the former's daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larsen near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm and Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach were entertained Sunday at the home of the latter's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torkelson at Bode. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met In the Methodist church parlor last Thursday afternoon. More than 30 lunches were served by the hostesses: Mrs. O. W. Newel and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mrs. G. B. Johnson was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon Mrs. H. E, Relmers won high score honors and Mrs. d. H. Graham received a consolation art* for low score Mrs. F. H. Bonn was a club guest. Mrs. A. J. Krtuse held^quillings at her home last -w«k W«dne*asy and Tfcuttday. Those attending wert: tho Mesdifcne* J. T. Snyder. August Stomach, Theodore BJeckwenn, w. C. Starter, W. V. Yager, W. T. Ohm. Fred Dftu, Herman Dreyer, 1* J. Drejrer. Minute Dreyer, Herman tuedtke, Herman Krause, Gerhard* Wiebel. Win. Hantetean, P. H. Bohn, Kate Newel, J. B. Hansen, Chris Ruske and W. J. Weisbrod. Royal Neighbor*. Elect at Wesley Wesley: The Royal Neighbor lodge held election of officers at their regular meeting Wednesday night and elected the following): bracts, J»sle Ormsby; vice oracle. Rose Lloyd; past oracle, Matilda Loebig; recorder. Myrtle Mullin; chancellor, Martha Welter; marshail, Edith Henderson; inner sentinel. Josie Ward; outer sentinel, Anna Hirner; musician, Alice Hirner; manager, Ann M. Kunz. Installation will take place in January. 8SeC8K^^ Glassware Goblets Goblets Goblets A Beautiful Xmas Gift We have a selection of beautiful Rock Crystal and gray <-ut glassware ranging in price from $3.50 to $15 per dozen All open stock patterns. We invite your inspection of our special display. Sorensen Drug Next Door to the I'ostoffice Cresco M. D. Club Plans Christmas Party on Dec. 22 Cresco: The M. and D. club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. R. Runchey with nine members and seven guests present. A tap dance was given by Harriet Schoby; reading, "World, There is a Santa Glaus, 1 ' Mrs. Cora Martin. The next meeting will be a Christmas party. Dec. 22nd at the B. F. Sparks home. Each person attending is to bring a 10 cent gift for the tree for exchange. Members are also to bring a covered dish and sandwiches for her family for a 6:30 supper. Mrs. Pearl Potter has rented her farm to Peter Mueller and expects to move to Algona March 1st. W. H. King went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to enter the hospital for treatment and expected to undergo an operation Tuesday. Mrs. Will Runchey had to have the nail removed from the large finger on her left hand last week Wednesday •after a week's suffering with infection. Mrs. Victor Appiegate, Doris and Bobby returned to their home near Ctirwith Wednesday evening last week after five days at the E. C. Potter home. Miss Dorothy Knutson, teacher at the Runchey school, will hold a box social and program Dee. 20th at the church. A goose will be sold. The public is cordially invited. O. L. Miller was taken suddenly ill Sunday and taken to the Kossuth hospital suffering with what was thought apeprrttteitki, but was telescoping of the bowels. He Is reported resting easier at this writing, Tuesday morning. Mesdames A. M. Colllnson and Mary Runchey of Algona and Mesdames Lehman, Robert Schoby and daughters Harriett and Viola and Charles Runchey and Wanda Lee and Mrs. Gordon Worster and Miss Mary Black, teacher at school No. 9, were guests at luncheon last week Wednesday afternoon at the home Of Mrs. Robert Runchey. • . LuVerne Declam Winners Selected LuVerne: The junior high school declamatory contest was held, last Tuesday evening. In the oratorical class, Raymond Legler and Richard Smith Won flrst; Mary Alice Biggings and Shirley Dlmler won in dramatic and Robert tee Lichty and Lillian Lund in in humorous. These contestants will speak in the contests at Lone Rock and Hurt Wednesday evening- of this week. The J. J. club met Friday with Mrs. Albert Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanselman moved this week onto the Charles Han- selmnn farm. The LuVerne boys' basketball team defeated Wnittenwe Friday evening; 47 to 17. The LuVerne girls lost 41 to 17. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman and family moved from the farm Into the Burton residence which th* 1 !' purchased recently. The Passion play, "Christus'' a seven reel mttion picture of the life of Christ was shown Monday evening in the high school gymnasium The pictures were sponsored by tho Evnngel- leal Lutheran church. The Evangelical missionary society met Thurtday with Miss Anna Woito. Election of officers v*S held with results as follows: .president, Mit. Fred Merkle; rifle president, Mrs. Walter ^Hefti; secretary, Miss Anna Woito; treasurer. Mrs. Will Marty. Legion Auxiliary Sponsors Fidac Essay Contest The American Legion Auxiliary units at Algona, Bancroft, Hurt, Fenton, Lone Rock. Lakota, Swea City, Titonka and Wesley through their Fldac division will again this year sponsor Fldac essay {contests in the public schools. The subject for this year's contest is "How Can Amercan Youth Cooperate With the American Legion and Fldac to Remove the Profit Motive from War as an Aid to World Peace?" The ftudents in writing their ersays will become familiar with the universal draft plan and how it will take the profit out of war and make icace more secure. Rules governing he contest may be secured from the Fidac chairman of each unit in the icunty. Myrtle Lease, Wesley, county chairman, announces that it is hoped ev- ry unit in the county will have a worthwhile contest. Prizes ar* otter- ed, and the winning essay in each unit will be sent to the state content. > WE CLAIM THAT THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC WASH ER Notice of Probate of Will In District Court, State of Iowa, Co&suth County, ss. No. 3895, Novexn- >er Term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You re hereby notified that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the ast Will and Testament of Glfford Cueck, Deceased, dated June 19, 1934, aving been this da; filed, opened and ead, Monday, the 17th day of Deoem- >er, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of ame at the Court House in Algona, owa, before the District Court of said County, or the Cleric of said Court; nd at nine o'clock A. M., of the day .bove mentioned all persons intm:*- d are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they lave, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 20, 1034. E. J. BUTLER, Acting Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, DeplXy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, attorneys. 48-50 7720 73,;3 7.79 Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, Nov. 30tb>-Clty Council of the City of Algona met this day at the CKy Hall and among other things allowed the following bills. KtoMrlc Fund J. W. Kelly, salary ............ $146.00 lyeo Bellock, salary ............ 99.00 Walter Gorman, salary ........ 120jOQ Tom Halpln, salary .......... 120.00 F. C. Dailey, labor ............ 15.00 F. C. Dailey, labor ............ 121.00 H. E. fitephenson, salary ---- 15X10 H. E. Stephenson, salary ...... 100.00 Ray Barton, salary ............ 115.00 C. C. Wright, salary .......... TO.OO Adah Carlson, (alary .......... USjOO W. O. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. . . 9340 Jas. p. Marsh Corp., mdse ..... 32.46 Leighton Supply Co., mdse ..... 69.34 Midland Chemical Laboratories, mdse ........................ : 18J8 Wigman Co., mdse ............. 23.79 Lukenhelmer Co., mdse ........ S5.12 White Eagle Oil Corp., grease and oil ...................... 118.68 Kennedy It, Parsons Co., mdse. 5.45 Electric Supply Co., mdse ..... General Electric Co., mdse ..... Southern Minnesota Supply Co., mdse ........................ McCord Radiator & Mfg. Co., mdse ........................ Columbia Sanitary Wiping Cloth, md£e ................. 1931 Iowa Blind Products, mdse ..... 4.39 Pep Mfg. Co., mdse ............ 3.41 Standard Oil Co, mdse ....... 6.41 Westingbouse Electric Supply Co., mdse ................... 64.B9 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse 14.53 Porbes Petroleum Co., gas oil Porbes Petroleum Co., gas oil Milwaukee Ry., frt. on gas oil Ry. Express Agency, express . . H. W. Po»t, frt. & dray . . . . ---- 11.75 Northwestern Bell Telephone, service ....................... 21.29 Mrs. C. W. Green, labor ....... 440 Western Union, service ....... 1.71 Leslie Samp, refund on mdse. Clapp's Master Service, battery P. S. Norton Sf Son, mdse ..... Geo. L. & D. E. Miller Co.. mdse. CTCSCO Union Electric Co., sign . George Hansen, labor .......... 3.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. . . 15.13 Ralph Qbert, mdse ............. 7.44 Norton (Machine Wofrks, labor and mdse ..................... 131.86 Kohlhaas & Spilles, m&e ....... 10.98 A. H. Borchardt, mdse .......... 133 W. A. Winter et al. labor ...... 18130 H. W. Post, freight and dray . 12.39 Julius Juchczn et al, refund de- pc&lt on account ............ 45.00 Westlnghouse Electric Supply. mdse ......................... 64133 Wm. Vanderwerf et al, labor .. 240.81 J. P. Prltchard & Co., on contract .......................... 1398.75 H. W. Post, freight-tower ---- 14.90 Crane Company, mdse ......... 337.71 II. N. Kruse, car Insurance . . . 30.60 Algona Insurance Agency, public liability ins .................. 25130 lowu Mutual Liability Ins. Co., compensation Insurance ..... 14537 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary ............ 65.00 520.08 228.35 57733 438 10.15 99.75 2934 1.88 These Low Prices fft Are em Invitation to * Save on Fine Foods REDUCED TO $49.50 Formerly $54.50 $15 down Balance Wet-lily WILL 1. SAVE YOUR TIMi 2. SAVE YOUR EFFORT 3. SAVE YOUR MONEY 4. SAVE YOUR CLOTHES BUT . . . DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR ITI FEATURES Standard type Agitator . . . lawti safety wriagttr . . . enameled tub ... Trouble- free G-€ awtor . . . Precision-fitted . . . All-rubber waterproof cord. PROVE IT IN YOUR OWN HOME Shirley Radio and Electric Co. 204 E. State St. Across from Foster Furniture Monarch Coffee, Ib. . . . 26c Monarch Coffee, 3 Ib. . . . 75c Post's Bran Flakes, 2 pkg. __________ 17c Baker's Cocoa, i lb- ____________ .. _ 13c Calumet, 1 Ib. can _________________ 24c Peter Pan Flour, 49 Ib. sack $1.59 Navy Beans, 4 Ibs. , ________________ 17c Monarch Marshmallows, 1 Ib. _______ 15c Bulk Dates, fresh, 2 Ibs. ____________ 21c Salmon, 2 tall cans ________ , _______ . 23c Navel Oranges, ex. sixe, doz ----- Tangarines, bw <-«5t, juicy, do/. RedPitted Cherries, No. 10 cans ______ 49c NUTS AND CANDIES Mixed Nuts, Ib. .~_19c Walnuts, Ib. ______ l€»c Christmas Mixed Candy, 2 Ibs. ______________ 25c Bananas, hard yellow, 4 Ibs. __________ 25c Basket Grocery A lamia's l<'u«-.st Food Store Frank Ostrnm, salary 115.00 Harry Barton, salary 111.00 Laura Mitohell, salary 95.00 fiarl Bowman, labor w-50 Don Palmer, labor 14-00 Western Metal Products Co., mtfee 41-M Iowa Machinery A Supply, »<ta* 1506.73 George Holtebauer, labor and mdse 112.19 Ralph Elbert, labor 1-33 Lalng & Mwekey, mdse -JJ Clapp's Master Service, mdse. . .TO H. W. Post, frt. and dray 78.51 H. N. Kruse, car insurance — 1350 Algona Insurance Agency, public llabHKy 100.40 la. Mutual Liability Ins., compensation 3'- 06 General Fond F. W. Green, salary 108.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary •, 54.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 Roy Larson, special police 16.45 P. W. Green, dogs 2J50 Kohlhaas & Sollies, mdse 3.57 Thos. Atare, rent 10.42 Ralph Elbert, mdse 22.13 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 332 Jesse Lathfcrook, alary 35.00 Jesse fcMfctarook, salary 70.00 Elliott Skllllng, man St team . 48.00 Elliott Shilling, man & team .. 78.00 Wlllard Gregson, ; man St team 28.80 Wfflard Oregson, man & team .. 6930 George dander, labor 12.00 Oeofge Ottnder, labor 56-*0 Prank BWUlng, tabor 60.60 Oliver BaKken. labor 18-80 Oliver Bakken, labor *1-*0 Lowta Haw. labor !*•« Fred Baumgartner et al, labor .. 77.50 0«orgte Hattseti, labor 10.60 Eagle Iron Worka, mdse 2134 Iowa Culvert A Pipe Co., mdse. 25.70 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. . 8.87 Standard Oil Oo, mdse 2.62 Kohlhaas * BpUles. mdse 25.73 George Hottabauer, mdse 3.80 SkeUy Oil Co., mdse 5.15 Harms OH Co- mdae 7.3a H. W. Post, frt. and dray .35 F. S. Norton ff Son. mdse. 4235 Deep Rock Oil Corp., mdse 752 Botsford Lumber Co.. mdse. 12.40 Jease trmbenhower, dump 15.00 Algona U. D. M. printing 1»-™ F. B. Norton & Son, mdse. 8.63 H. N. Kruse. car Insurance 27.00 Algona Insurance Agency, public liability 100.40 low* Mutual Liability, com- penaation 204.77 John Larson, filing saws saws .-.. W. A. White, ladse. Sewer Fand j, w. Kelly, salary Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 14.68 Algona Insurance Agency, pub- lie liability 100.40 Iowa Mutual Liability Ins., compensation Io%» Mutnal pensation *^^ Band Fun* Algona Military Band, seWfees 400SG Do You Blame the Laundry When Your Overalls or Shirts Shrink 1 The laundry is not guilty I Even when you buy your shirts uncomfortably large to start with, your laundry can't help it if your collar grows tighter and your sleeves grow shorter every time they're washed—the cloth was only partially shrunk before it was made into a shirt. There is only one way to be certain that when you buy a shirt to fit, it will continue to fit, wash after wash. That ia to bay shirts mad* from fabrics completely shrunk . . . SarifOTised-ahrunk. 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Boys' Ties 25c and 60c Special Tie and Harmonica Bet 50c Boys* Jackets Corduroy and Buede. that hoys like Boys' Jackets Hlu'cp lined Lcutlu'ivtte age 6 to 10 2.95 to age 18 3.65 Boys' Jackets all wool Melton zipper front BOYS' KNITTED SWEATERS, A SPECIAL BOYS' CAPS BOYS' SOX BOYS BELTS Misbach Clothing Co. ALUONA, IOWA ^ Get the Misbach Habit—Shop Here—Free Xmas Wrapping Service __»ll^^¥'**

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