The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 13, 1934 /jpcalfvents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Powell left Wed- nfcsday tat Atlantic for a few days on business. Mrs, M. O. Bourne judged the high school declamatory contest in Livermore, Monday evening. Mr. and, Mrs. Prank Schallin wore guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert Llesner last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kepler of Es- thervllle were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.. Qoeders Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Smith of Newton spent the week end with her husband who rooms at the W. A. Poster horn*. Mrs. C. C. Wright, who has been ill for some time, Is very much improved and able to be around again. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe and family were the dinner guests of Mrs. Sheldon of Surt, sister of the former. Mrs. Lcla Donnell left Monday even- Ing for San Antonio, Texasj to spend the winter with her brother, Ira Vincent. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders spent Wednesday and today in Des Moines attending a meeting the fish and game commission. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, son Bob, and Valeria Pickett were dinner guests Sunday at the F. R. Bandy home In Britt. Mrs. Viola Bishop and Ruth Smith, members of the LuVeme faculty, wers guests over the week end at the A. A. Bishop home. C. R. LaBarre and Roy Bjustrom left Sunday morning for Chicago on a business trip. They expected to be back late Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stetnman are the parents of a baby boy born to them recently. Mr. Stetnman Is employed by H. R. Cowan. Drs. L. O. Baker, H. M. Olson, Harry MoCorkle and Arlo Adams attended the district dental convention In Mason City, Monday. Mrs. Chas. Magnsson has been confined to her bed for about a wecK with heart trouble. Her daughters arc caring for her. Mrs. John Carlson, who suffered a stroke several weeks ago, Is able to sit up a HKle each day and is showing other signs of Improvement. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse spent Sat- urdav In Welcome, Minnesota, where Mr. Kruse sold some household goods of his mother, who died recently. Lee Reed, Sr., was able to be uptown the first of the week after being confined to his home for the past three weeks on account of Illness. Is your life worth the price of clrar •vlslon? Glass Antl-Prosters, 25c—El- ectric Pan Defrosters, $2.98. 51-PIate Super Active Batteries, $6.79 exch. Pelt Floor Mats, 39c. Ford A Sheet Metal Heaters, $1.10 each.—Gamble Stores. 50 Alfred Matson of Armstrong has been visiting a few days at the home of his slater, Mrs. August Strom. He planned to return to his home near Armstrong yesterday. George Free drove to Ames Sunday where he met his wife and daughter, Suzanne, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. George Paine, In Pasadena, California. Marie Miller of Penton began work Friday at the ChrlschUles & Herbst store and will work there during the Christmas rush. She Is a graduate of the 1933 Penton high school class. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and children left Wednesday of last week for cedar Rapids to visit Mrs. Hutchison's parents. They are expected back the latter part of this week. Kathleen Evans was absent from shool last week and most of this week. She hag been suffering with pulp stones, a rare disease of the teeth, and has had six of them extracted so far, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and their daughter, Marilyn, drove to Des Moines and spent the week end with Mr. '1 uttie's parents who live in Des Moines and with Mrs. Tuttle's parents, who reside near Perry. Notice of Referee's Sale Xo. lfi(>«2 In The District Court of io\va. In and for Kopsuili c-ounly. Frederick II. I.aabs and Annie'I.aabs his wife; Nrejlorick I(. I.aabs. as- Ad- of thP real estate named and describ- t<d In snlrt plaintiff's Petition I will on the fiih ilny of January. A 1).. 1!>3">. olTfr for sale to the hlRl ofit hid- ilor fur cash the follciwInK described real estate, situated In the County of Kossnth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: Tho North Halt <NV4> of the Northen st Quarter (NEH) of Section One (1), In Township Ninety-six OR) North RnnfTP Thirty (30). West of the Fifth r, M., nnd the Southeast Quarter (SEH) of Section TUrty-stx (36), In Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth F. M.. containing 2<0 acres, more or less, according to the U. S. Government Survey, said sale to take place In front of the Kast door of the Courthouse in Al- Kona, Iowa, at two o'clock H M. of said day when and where duo attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 7th dav of necember. A. n., 1934. B. J. VAN NIWS. 50-51 Referee Notice of Application For Authority to Make Compromise Srtdement with Sidney T. MHnffn- »on imd OOMI M. Sl«mro*on of Mnr- •hiill, Mlnnrnota. In Equity No. 13780. In the District Court of Iowa In and For Kossuth County. D. W Hales, Superintendent of Banking of the State of lown. Plaintiff vs. Kossuth County State Bank. Alponn. Town, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors of Tlie Knssiilh County State Bank. Al- Korm. lown. and to Whom It May Con- Vo'u are hereby notified U at there Is now on ftlo In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kopmith County. Iowa, the Application of D. W. Kntes Superintendent of ttnnklnK of the Stnto of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County Stnte Hank, AlRona, Iowa asking tliat he be authorized to mnke a compromise settlement wltn Sidnev T Man^iison and Dora M. Man- Kiison of Marshall. Minnesota, and to nccept the sum of Two Thousand Dollars (»2<inO.Ofl) In cash In full settlement, satisfaction and compromise of first mortgage of Four Thousand . . ., Scliutt. Martha Schutl and Victor .Scliutt; Kurnest Kleiner and Mrs. Kiii-ncst Werner. 1 is wife; Martha Ol- Hfii and Alfred Olsen. her husband; !-.«•!( X.lcmrr find KuViy Xlemor. his wife; Arnold Xlcmcr and Myrtle Zlemer, his wife; Jlo\)ert A. Laabs nnd Selma I.aalis. his wife; Kelnhold Laahs and Marthil LnabK. his wife; Otto Lnabs nml Selina l.aahs, his wife; Mary .las- UuIUe and Walter .laskvilke. her hvis- Inind; Mnrtlia Hanse nnd I'lirls T. . KosKllth coun- llaaf.e. hi r huslriiKl; ty Iowa, Dc'femlantH. l!y virtue of un Order of Wale dlrect- ed to the underslKncd Referee from tin. Clerl; of the District Court of Ktissulli County, lowii, on a Deere** iihiiilniMl In said court on the .Inl day of December, A. !>. 1934, In favor of tho pl.-i inl iff s. Fredericks H. T.anhs arnl AnKle I.aabs. his wife, Frederick II. I.aahs. as Administrator of tin: Ks- tate of Auprusla Lnahs, Deceased, and npralnst Anna I.aabs, widow. William .sclinlt and Mary Schutt, his wife, August K.'scntlial nnd Alice Kosentt al. bin wife, Frances Scliutt. slnRle. Martini Sehiitt single. Victor Scliutt, single. William 8chu.lt, as Guardian of Frances Kchtitl. Martha Kchutt and Victor Schutt, I'^arncst 7,lcmer and Mrs. Kar- nest Zlemor, his wife. Martha Olson and Alfred Olsen, her husband, I-eo Zlemer mid Kuhy Xlemer, his wife. Arnold 7,lemer and Myrtle 7-lemer, his wife. Hubert A. Laabs and ficlma l.a;\bs, his wife. Relnt.old Laaba and M Ttba I.aabs his wife. Otto Ijnahs and Selma I^aabB, his wife. Mary Jaskulke and Walter Jaakulke. her 'husband. Mnrtha Hanse, nnd Chris T. Hnoae, her husband, and Kossuth County, Iowa. defendants, for the partition and sale HORSE SALE Wesley, la., Sat, Dec. 15,1 p.m. Milwaukee Stockyards 40 Head Horses 40 20 large broke work horses. 20 big boned suckling colts. Oswald Strand Exchange State Bank, Wesley, clerk Special TURKEY SUPPER with all the trimmings- Thursday night, Dec. 13 (tonight) 35c Silver Gray 4 Old Man Winter'll Get You if Your COAL BIN Isn't Full Don't let cold weather catch you unawares. Fill your bin now with Anderson's cleaner, hotter Coal. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Pumpkin No. 2 cans 3 for 25c CUT RATE GROCERY EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES Good until Christmas Milk tall cans 5 cans 29c Pop Corn that pops, nniless, 2 Ibs Preserves, im. 2 Ib. jar Crackers, white or graham, 2 Ibs. — SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 49c BUTTER, Cloverbloom, Ib. 30c PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS, PRUNES, No. 2j cans, 2 for 29c Dates, new crop, 1Q« fresh, 2 Ibs. IV** BULK TAPIOCA Medium Ib. 15c Fine 17c W. Wheat Flakes OJf. ()-kay, 3 pkgs. — *'*'** Cocoa, Mother's 1Q« 2 Ib. box 1 * H ' Peas, soaked OQ r [\ cans *" H ' Chocolates, fey. -1 1Q 5 Ib. box 1 « 1 * F Laundry Soap Big Ben 10 br 19c || Toilet Soap, hardwater, 6 br 25c Soap Chips, 5 Ib. box 29c [ Qxydol, large pkg. 21c No. 10 Apricots 49c No. 10 Blackberries _49c No. 10 Bed Cherries 53c No. 10 Loganberries 49c No. 10 Peaches 43c No. 10 Pears 43c No. 10 Prunes 37c No. 10 Strwberries 69c Catsup, 14 oz. 13c Pickles, qt. sweet __28c Pickles, qt. dill 25c Olice, ripe Ige. can _39c Olives, qt. stuffed _48c Pigs Feet, 1% Ibs. _23c Peanut butter, 1% Ib 25c Mustard, qt. 15c Vanilla, 3 oz., im. __10c Bluing, Yz pt. __—13c Ammonia, qt. 19c Lye, can 8c Brooms, each 48c Soda, A. & H. 8c Yeast Foam 8c Starch, pkg. 8c Oatmeal with glassware, 2 pkgs. 26c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. ._... 19c Always the low price on guaranteed Flour. Beautiful Electric Lamps for 99c with each $5.00 card. "Busiest Little Store in Town" Dcrtlurs ($4.000.00) covprlnfr tt r- North Half <N*4) of tho Northwest Quarter iNW/4) of Section Twonly-tlircp (23t. Township One Hundred F.lcvcn (tin North, of Rnngre Forty (40), \\>st of the Fifth P. M., Lynn County, Minnesota, to which Application you ;ux- referred for further particulars. You ore further notified thnt the Rrtnf? on said Application will be had at tho Court House In Alprona, Kosauth County, Iowa, en the 20tl day of Prcembor. A. T>., 1!>3I. at two o'clock I'. M. of saUl day at which time you may appear and show cause. If any you have, why an Order prunxld not he entered as prayed. IV W. 1V\TF,S. Superintendent of Ilankfnp of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Rank. Al- Kona, low a. Dy HARKV V. Hfl.I.. Kxamlner In t'hnrKe. f>o Looking Ahead to Their Future The Greatest Gift That Any Man Can Leave His Children . . . Mother's i me Many a good man Is asking himself, "What can I give the wife for Christmas or Wedding Anniversary?" A Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance pa icy of $1522.00 will pay $50.00 on every Christmas and $50.00 on every Wedding Anniversary for twenty years after the death of tho insured. And there is a world of sentiment in this as thorp is in Ifir giving of every Christmas or Wedding Gift. The Northwestern Mutual tnsnranrc Company has announced the allotment of a sum in excess of $33,000,000.00 to be paid to its policy-holders as DIVIDENDS In 1935. This snrn exceeds the allotment for 1934 by more than $3,000,000.00. Phone 125 for a Personal Interview H. N. KRUSE, Local Representative Algona, Iowa 50-51 ^ Gitt Values from The Rexall Store Our (treat display of Rift stwiwstions Is proof that you not spend a lot of money to obtain Rifts that will be appro- ciftt«t. We have dcliffhtfnl presents for father, mother, sister and brother—and you can make yonr Christmas shopping trip quirk, snappy and satisfactory. Come in soon— everything you sc'cct will be wrapped for gift giving and priced for economy. K. D. JAMES ALGONA, IOWA •SAWWVVUWWWftrfVVWWV^^ OUR WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS TREfflENDOUS SALE Goeders 5 Competition-Defy ing Values Lavishly Fur Trimmed SSf Coats glorified with Ca- racul, French Beaver, Lupin, Mam-hn Wolf, .smart new .styling, new materials, warm linings a7id intcrlinings. Black, Brown, Given. Including values up to $20. 14 Coats glorified with Ca- racul, Squirrel, Skunk, Lupin, Wolf, in newest hark and crepe materials. Latest style fea- J u res. JVlost sixes in hluck or brown. Including values up to $!?(). $ 18 Coats glorified with finest Persian lamb or Russian squirrel. Masterpieces of style—finest materials. Values to $65. "XJSk A Grand Sale of Dresses A grand buy for every woman who takes advantage of this .sale of better dresses. Meautiful silks tor dressy wear also liner knit suits and dresses -coming just before (.'hristmas this event is of unusual importance, especially when these bet ler dresses arc involved, lilack, lirown, Navy, K'list, Aqua, IJed, (Jreen. Sixes 11 to H. Including values up to 22.50. Greater value in these smart newer style dresses of line silks and woolens. Including values up to .$12. Tlie sale you've been waiting for now's your opportunity. A greater value event with a line selection of smart new style dresses in silk, wool and knitted modes, iirovvn, black, red, navy, rust. Including values up to $10. $ 11 75 $>795 $049 3 Gilt Frocks in New Gingham Plaids and Printed Checks'/xPlaids 1.98 and 2,98 vjion Newest artists models and long smocks, black sateen, prints or plain colors. All sixes. 1

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