The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Pea Motees, Alfona, Iowa, December 20,1934 Orchestra, Band Concert I« Offered By Collins, Friday A free orchestra and band concert •Will be Held at the high school auditorium, Friday evening at 8 o'clock, under tfte direction of D. R. Collins, with «n enjoyable program offered by the young musicians. "Hie orchestra program follows: "March Mllitaire," Schubert "Minuet from the Military Symphony". Haydn. "Unfinished Symphony," Schubert. A tuba solo will be presented by Walter Beardsley and a trombone solo by AJlen Buchanan, and then the band concert of the following numbers will be offered: "His Honor March, 1 ' Flllmore. Ere,' 1 serenade, by "Midsummer Holmes. "H Trovatore (selection)", Verdi. "Trojan Prince Overture," Holmes. Rites for Titonka Woman, Saturday Mrs. Lottie TJarks Boehm, formerly cl Titonfca. passed away Dec. 5 at Spirit Lake, Iowa, from heart disease. She had been ill for several months. Mrs. Boehm was buried at Tltonfca, Saturday afternoon, in the Lutheran cemetery. Rev. H. W. Schoenlein had •charge. Claus TJarks, a brother, lives in Wesley, and other relatives include Mrs. Anna TJarks. mother, Mrs. .Win. Welhousen, sister, and Herman TJarks, brother, all of Titonka. Lottie TJarks was born May 1, 1895, at Titonka. She was educated at Waldorf College, and attended state teachers. She became the bride of J. p Boehm on Oct. 18, 1919, at Charles City. Children surviving are Herbert, Fred H&rold, Garner, Lorraine Ann. Arnold Paul, Eleanor Joan and John William. Death Ends Algerians' Lingering Illness O. E. Butterworth, well known north end Kossuth farmer, died Tuesday noon of this week at his home on So. Phillips in Algona. Mr. Butterworth had been ill for two years and had a leg removed some time ago. Mr. Butterworth was bom 68 years ago last July. Funeral services will be held Saturday at one o'clock from the Laird &' McCullough funeral chapel. Burial will be made at Elmore, Minnesota, where grave services will be held also. Mr. Butterworth is survived bv his wife and several children by a former marriage. A more complete obituary will follow in our next issue. Candle Light Luncheon— W Mrs. J..W. Sullivan was hostess to «he Candle Ught club Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge was played In the afternoon. Mrs. Ous Peck of Seattle, Washington, was a guest. Richardson's Have Unusual Window Th<- Richardson Furniture Co. has without doubt the most outstanding loltday window decoration in the city. The scene depicts the manger where Christ was born in Bethlehem. In one corner the Virgin Mary bends over he stall where the Christ child lies leeping as the three wise men, two of hem yet on camels, come to pay their espeots. while the Star of the East prends its light down upon the manger around which two lambs are gamboling. Mr. Richardson cut the wise men. their camels and the lambs with a lathe and painted them himself. The background pieces and the palm, trees are also his handiwork. The scene is particularly effective at night. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 16 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 High Low ...39 17 ...35 21 ...25 ...40 .35 .33 .35 15 20 2ft 20 22 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 3 white $.88 3 yellow 81.% 3 mixed 80',4 Oats, whitp No. 3 51 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 215-350 $5.60 Heavy butchers. 190-210 5.20 Packing sows, 300-350 5.20 Packing sows, 350-400 5.00 Packing sows. 402-500 5.00 Light weight, 140-150 3.00 Light weight, 160-170 4.00 Stitchers. 180-190 4 80 Cattle Pat cows $1.50-2.00 Calves 3.00-3.50 Pat yearlings 4.00-4.50 Pat steers 4.00-5.00 Stock steers 2.00-2.25 Bulls 1.60-2.00 Cannors and cutters 50-1.25 Poultry Hens, over 4% Ibs lOc Hens, under 4V6 H» 8c Leghorns BIB Duck* (young) 4% Ibs. up ibc Turkeys (young) No. 1 17c Turkeys (young hens) No. 1 ..... i«e Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs ........ .'...'.'...' .'lie Springs, 5 Ibs. up ........ I3o Leghorn Springs " No. 2 Cream Me j 5c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Hollls Wilson and Lois Prantz, LU- Verne, Dec. 13. Stiraa-t Butterfleld, Swea City and Vivian Kelly, Delolt, Iowa, Dec. 14. Ben Lnyton, Port Dodge, and Alma Skropen, Humboldt, Dec. 15. Koarath Hospital News Thursday, George Walters of Armstrong had his appendix removed. Saturday, Edward Rich of Algona underwent a minor surgery. Saturday, Lyman Way of Algona submitted to a minor surgery. Sunday. Everett Anderson had his appendix removed. Sunday. John Skllline of Corwith also had his appendix removed. Tuesday, Fred Strauthers of Corwith entered for medical treatment. Sunday, Mrs. Charles Magnusson of Algona entered for medical care. Tuesday, Mrs. Joe Koestler of Titonka entered to receive treatment for cuts and bruises suffered in an automobile accident. Former Lu Verne Resident Home for Vint With Friends Mrs. Frank M. Bondor of PWo Alto, Califotftte, la he« vtoitlh* hfer mother, Mrs. Eva Qermann ind other relatives. She wtw also a guest several days at the home of Congressman Fred C. Ollchrist at Laurens. Before returning to California, Mrs, Bonder will visit in Des Moines at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Conner. Mrs. Bonder will be remembered «e Frances Oermann prior to her marriage last June. A Real Old Timer Last Saturday, December 15, was the 4!7th anniversary of the arrival of Charley Nolte in Kossuth county. On that day, 49 years ago his father ftnd mother and nine brothers settled o* 'he D. A. Haggard homestead south of Irvington. Mr. Nolte .senior, now dead was a Free Methodist preacher, charley la one of the real old timers and is on his Job every days at the Nelson hardware store. Burt Wrestlers Beat Eagle Grove Burt, Iowa: The Burt wrestling team defeated Eagle Grove last Friday night in the first dual meet of the season for either team, 26 to 16. Burt won four falls and two decisions while Eagle Orove garnered two falls and two decisions. For Hagle Grove Brfcbin and Tom Prehm were outstanding while White, Vogel, Bahung and R. Brlstow showed up well for Burt. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 4 cans English Class Will Present Play Friday Tlio English literature class, under the direction of Miss Messenger, will present "Everyman" as the annual Christmas play at the auditorium on Friday afternoon at 2:45. is Invited. The public "Everyman'' is one of the morality plays using allegorical character.; which were presented in churchyards and in traveling wagons as early as the thirteenth century. Miss Messer's Modern History class has designed and made the costumes Michael Wiese Lone Rock Legion Post Picks Officers Lone Rock: The American Legion Merle Kerr Post No. 557 met laot Monday evening and elected officers. They are: commander. I. W. Nelson; adjutant, R. L. Padgett; finance officer, Roy Jensen. Buried at Lu Verne Lu Verne: Funeral services for Michael Wlese were held Wednesday afternoon In the Lutheran church, conducted by the pastor. Rev. L. Wittenberg. Interment was made In the Lu- Verne cemetery. Mr, Wlese was born in West Prussia, Germany, Sept. 17, 1854, and died Dec. 9, at 80 years of age. He came to the United States in 1872. He leaves his widow and three children, William and Henry of Evanston, 1U., and Amanda Turner M Springfield, Ohio, and an adopted | daughter, Mrs. Arnold Lenz of Fairmont, Minn. Frane Divorce Granted Dorothy Fran e was granted a divorce in district court here, Dec. 14, from Clifton Frane, former manager of the Hotel Algona. She charged Incompatibility, She also was granted five dollars a month for support of an infant son, and given custody of the child. 10 Outstanding Wool Dresses ^^••••^P^MBIBB^^^^ VBk M^M tf^ff^P We have Just 10 high grade, exclusive sheer wool novelty dresses in stocit which we offer at one small price. These dresses formerly sold at $15.00 to $18.50 and If your size is here—you may buy any one for $10.00. Size 14% Madame Benauld, green, wool-sheer with stylish He. collar and pockets $10.00 Siae 1ft—dark red, wool sheer novelty fabrifrla-piece effect, plaited tie, one of a kind $10.00 Size 16—dark brown, wool sheer, velvet collar and cuffs, very rich- special price $10.00 Size Iff—green and black check blouse—black skirt, very exclusive model, only $10.00 Size 16—orange-brown wool mixture—taffeta tie novelty buckle— —an exclusive model, $22.50 value $10.00 Size 18—rust and black stripe knitted dress—brown trim—straight line—a very high grade knitted garment, $2250 value $10.00 Size 18—Brown sheer wool with yellow novelty plaid knitted Jacket—very distinctive $10 00 Size 18—black sheer wool dressy model—highly styled— black fur trimmed $10.00 Size 20%—sheer wool novelty dress—dark brown. Madame Renauld —a beautiful garment § $10.00 Size 23%—Madame Reneuld dark brown novelty wooUsheer— a real buy at $10.00 OUR WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Country EGGS doz. 28c low* State Brand BUTTER Ib. 33c Pure LARD 2 Ib. ctn. 29c r Choc. Pud. SPARKLE 6 picas. 25c Sdnnferfleid FLOUR 49 »b. bag 1.75 Red Circle Coffee Ib. 2lc Bokar ____ Ib. 25c Del Monte Ib. 30c Folgers__-lb.32c Maxwell House, ffill's Bros., M. J. B. _____ Ib. 31c RAISINS Cocktail DATES "Marrln" r _ ttw Ever Ready ££^2 Pillsbury ^ pkg. Rajah Dressm, qt. jar Mixed Nuts Ib. Figs, California 2 Crackers Olives S£T qt. jar Mince Meat AnnT pk7. Xmas Candy '"£rt. Ib. U. B. 3-lb. £xcel , soda bo, 25c 27c 17c 17c 17c 31c 9c 10c Fresh Fish and Oysters ORANGES Navel, size £16 and 200, dozen ....... 25c tiie 17G and 150, dozen ........... 29c Grapefruit. Texas Seedless, s i«. 96, 3 for ............................. 10(r Jonathan Apples, 4 Ibs ................ Z5c Banana*, 4 [bs ....................... Z5r Roasted Peanuts, 2 Ibs. .............. 23c A-k Us about Xmas Gift Food Trees and FOOD STORES The Vuletide Days Arc Here Again and while we enjoy ourselves at their festivities let us aJcl some #ood Candy to our eu- joyinent. We have good Candies at the ALGONQUIN Yours for a Merry Christmas J. F. Behlmer The Candy Man FUNERAL TODAY; WAS EARLY DAY ALGONA PIONEER (Continued from Page One) residing here. They have two children. The son, George R. Call, is a prominent Sioux City business man, daughter, Helen. Mrs. Mart c. and __ Cord, is now living at Danbury, Iowa. There are also three surviving' sisters Mrs. Vesta Miller of Cedar Falls Mrs. Lockwood of New York City, and Mrs. Mary M. Call of San Anselma, California; alao two glranflohlldren, John and Barbara, children of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Call. Two brothers. Prank and Joe Harry Call, prominent attorneys of Sioux City and Los Angeles, died some years ago. Mrs. Gardner Cowles, wife of the publisher of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, wife of United States Senator Dickinson, and Mrs. Archie Hutchison of Algona are cousins of Mr. Call. The funeral will be held in Sioux City today (Thursday) afternoon and the remains will be placed in a receiving vault there until spring. wh»n they will be brought to Algona and permanent burial will be made in tin vault of the family in Rlvervltw. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Canaries for Christmas Pitts.—(Myrtle Turnbaugh. Phone 590- J, Algona. 52 FOR SALE—One Duroc Jersey spring boar, also Holstein bull, serviceable age —A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 52 FOR SALE—Poland China boars new blood for old customers.—C. J Houseman, phone 18-02, Armstrong. ' 52-1' FOR SALE—14 mos. old Hed roan shorthorn bull.—Charlie Potter, Algona, Iowa. so- tf ( &x&&*a0xt*^^ P i I I FOB SALE-Plano. We have a customer near Algona unable to finish payments on Klmball piano. Only S47.50 left to pay. Cash only.—Critchett Piano Co., Des Molnea, Iowa. 47-50' FOR SALE—Farms, owned by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, in thla and adjoining counties, priced right and en very attractive terms. Write— fclmo Hoffman, Ficldman, 8pencer, Iowa, Box 462. 46-51 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, «77.50. Terms—Bjusu-om'a, Algona, Iowa. 3 She'll Welcome a Practical Gift . , . For Instance, a Dainty House Dress $1.98 So smart that they seem right in the holiday spirit— these gay morning^ frocks of ; dainty! percales! Trimming notes are applied with fastidious good taste—and the color harmonies are unusually lovely. Of course, she can't have too many crisp good-looking house dresses. Choose thorn for a gift that is sure of a hearty welcome. AT THE ANNEX—New cotton Frocks _ 98c VV *™*™ J * UVVWW ^^ :''// m mm Miscellaneous MONEY TO LOAN—I have a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. p. Haggard. 34-11 CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happiness. Consult Dr. F. C. Seaman, Chiropractor. R*s. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf Pre-Inventory Clearance ! 8 of Living Room, Dining Room and Bedroom Suites 1 Rugs and Odd Pieces - 10 to 35% Reduction I O Foster Furniture Co. j Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrsehs Laundry. Phone 281. 40-tf AMBULANCE AMBULANCE— MODKRNLY equipped for any emergency. Phone 11, Merrill's Service. 40-tf PRODUCE HIGHEST MARKET prices paid for Produce, 46-51 poultry and eggs.— Algcna phono 9-J. 11^ PILES rtTi. should consult J. F. Sclialion- r. M. IX noted Sumali t in ruc- i-il mid ciijoiuc diica^to. Over 2V K'ur. txufutncc. Send fur free book on PUi^ uiici other ailuieiili. The Doc•.or will tje u-t KmmfUbiug. It,wu, Ker- niuoiL- HoU-i, Tuuaday. January 1. IKiuit, 8 A M. to 4 P. M. He turn tv- frte 52' SEASON'S GREETINGS From a Well Known Family: May We Extend Best Wishes for Christmas and the Holiday Season on behalf of our large family— MAYTAG FRIGIDAIRE PHILCO GRUNOW VEGA HOTENTOT and SKELGAS to our many friends in Kossuth County and trust that if you are not now acquainted with them you will be in the coming year. JUSTROM'S /// 1 f/a W /\ \ II HOME M ^

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