The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 15,1930 ETflHt OLSON, BENBAHUNG, WEDSATURDAY # Wood Performed .Ceremony At Good Hope Blurt: Esther Olson and Ben Babltng were married Saturday m&ntng, Sept, 12, at 10 o'clock at thejQood Hope parsonage, the Rev. Wood performing the cer- They were attended by told Mrs. R. B. John, brother- ,w and sister of the bride, who WON a dress of green crepe with matching accessories. After the certmony the newlyweds left on a trip to Des Moines and Kansart Cltj-, Mo., where tlicy will vlnit «unU of the bride, t.pon their re ttir» they will he at home In the beautiful n<w home ju?t erected by tae groom on his farm we«t of Burt, The bnlo wen for a mm toei" of yean tlcrk in the Smith Do pnruwent stjrc, :' To Sponsor Bazaar Ottosen :< A chicken supper and bafaar will be sponsored by the Ltttheran Ladle* Aid Wednesday OTtaing, Sept 16, at the church parlors. Serving will start at six o'clock. Old Timers Hurl Baseball Challenge To Young Blades A baseball game between the Old Timers and the remnants of the Algona Grays, will be held a week from Sunday, Sept. 27, on the Algona diamond In the afternoon, it was announced this week. Leo Swanson of Whlttemore Is managing the Old Timers, and Leonard Nelson is arranging for the Algona aggregation. Listed on the Old Timers group thus far are the following explayers: W. J. Denton, Titonka; John Blelch, Titonka; H. W. Kuecker, Algona; Wm. Batt, Tttonka; R. S. John, Burt; F. C. Scanlan, Algona; Russ Waller, Algona; Louis Lynk, Algona; Duke Klnsey, Bancroft; Jim WatU, Algona; Whltle Nelson, Ottosen; BUI Duddlng and Ed Vaske, Bancroft; Father Ah- mnn, Algeria, and others. All Old Timers Interested are asked to communicate with Swanson or Nelson. Proceeds of the game will go for the 1937 Algona Grays club. •' Hove from Lakota Burtj The Ted CoIIIsons moved here from Lakota the first of the w«ek. They have moved into ropma In the C. I. Mansmlth home. H« conduct* an auto repair shop in the Burger garage. Horse Killed By Crash; Fog Cause A cnr driven by Owen Mathes, nnd owned by Harry Hull, Jr., struck n, borne on highway 18 a short distance west of the Intersection, about 10:15 p. m., last Friday night. The horse died, but the two young men and their companions were uninjured. Fog which hung In dense clouds over the highway that evening, prevented clear vision and accounted for several other mishaps. COLLEGES CLAIM MANY SWEA CITY YOUNG STUDENTS University of lovra, and Teachers' Colleges Get Call Swea City: £x~W~Fults, Jr., and Roy Bravender, Jr., have returned to Iowa City for their third year. Dnrlene Hosier and Lucille Evans left Sunday for Cedar Falls 1 to attend Iowa State Teachers College and Marjorle Lundqulst left on Tuesday for Mankato where she will attend Mankato Teachers' College. Everett Bexell is leaving this week for St. Peter, where he will study at Gustavus Adolphus College and Mildred Thoreson Is going to Des Moines to attend a school of beauty culture. Grace McDowell, a student lust year at Central States Teachers' College, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, plans to attend the State University at Iowa City. Thursday Club Meets The Thursday club met after a three month's vacation at the home of Mrs. John Ecklund. Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe presented the lesson on Parliamentary Rules and members responded to roll call with current Rewrites OF New* From L«t Friday'* Kottuth County Advance events. The B. Y. P. V. of the Swea City Baptist church entertained Saturday evening at Anderson Oaks, a group of young people from the B. Y. P. U. from Algona, Forest City and Esthervllle. 8SSMOW»*^^ Cummings 5c to $1 NEW Children's Fast Color Print Dresses Sizes 7 to 14 49c NEW Fall Felt Hats Ladles and Misses Sizes 98c NEW 80 Square Fast Color Print Dresses Sizes 14 to 52 •1- $ LOO NEW Silk and Rayon Print Dresses EXCEPTIONAL VALUES '3.88 Cummings 5c to $1 woewaaasaaaaaci^^ Every year the farmers of Iowa raise much mure food than the citizens of Iowa could possibly eat Consequently, it large part of the Iowa crop* intuit be sold In Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and In practically every other ttato In the union. A. 4c P. Is one of the bent *ale*men of Iowa food In the world. I^a»t year we were so kuc<;«Mful in selling Iowa product* to our rukUmirr* nil over the country, that our purchase* from Iowa producers amounted to over $21,000,000. A. 4 i'. Coffee Sale ! SHU more C<j/fet- than any one Hw—and fuch pound l» ground U» ord< r Kich and fuU bodied 'I UM. Red Circle 35c Vigorous and winey 'i llw. Bokar 45c Mild and Mellow Cufft* EIGHT O'CLOCK - 3 Iowa State Brand Tune la ThurMlay night at 6 to 1 p. in. tot the hit khow of radio. A. & J'. Band Wagon, nturriiiK Kate Smith, and a big company of fntrrUilii- er». Gelatin De**ert or Pudding SPARKLE Six 3% oz. pkgs. 25c Uvl Montr Tuniatu 3 No. 1 vim Juice 25c I iif«lu tinker* 1 Ib. pk|(. Ritz Crackers 22c Toilet Soiip cake Camay 5c White IJiii-n 5 Ib. box Soap Flakes 27c POTATOES, Red Triumph pk. 53c ITALIAN PRUNES 16 Ib. box 79c TOKAY GRAPES . Ib. 9c A&l* I oo«l Stores Sultana PEANUT BUTTER 2 Ib. jar 2 c p. to a. SOAP 10 reg. bars 29c 7 Ig. bant 2te < Butter, 2 Ibs. Ann Fa«r Apricot, I'emh mid Apricot* Preserves 47c 75c C'herry, i Ib. Jar 55c Miss Vivian Fagerland, teacher In the Rlngsted school, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fagerland. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Mbats and son, Robert, of Omaha, visited recently at the Mrs. Mary Moats and Miss J. Iva Moats home. Hans Nelson, son Sclmar, and daughter, Esther, of St. James, Minn., visited Monday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Blomster. Mr. and Mrs. George Doocey returned Sunday from St. Paul, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Doocy*s father, who had been an invalid for the past eight years. SUIT FOR 16,088 damages aj alnst the estate of the late W. F Jenklnson was filed In distric court here last week by Mrs. Rutl Corbat, Wisconsin. Mr. Jenklnso died as a result of Injuries receiv ed in the same accident, which oc curred Aug. 22, 1935, a few mile west of Algona on highway II Mrs. Corbat claims she was perm anently disfigured as a result o the mishap. • * « ALGONA'S OUTSTANDING lit erary figure, Richard Sherman, wll have another story published short ly in the Saturday Evening Posl entitled "Folly and Farewell." Per hnps It is a product of the work done this summer In the basemen of the home of Richard's father Tom Sherman. TEAM PULLING WINNERS a the Kossuth County Fair are as follows: 300 Ib. event, R. N. Peterson, Rolfe, first; Earl Sheppard Algona, second; Henry Bros., Al gona, third. Heavy class teams over 300 Ibs., Henry Bros, Algona first; Miller, Amonson, Eagle Grove, second; Lou Robinson, Algona, third. Scanlan Delivers Rotary Talk; Gail Tells Fish Story Dr. F. C. Scnnlnn delivered a talk before members of the Rotary club, Monday noon In the hotel, on "What Rotary Means To Me." Both service clubs have now returned to the Algona Hotel for their weekly meetings, after summering at the Country Club. Gall Towne also appeared before Rotarians, in an unofficial capac- JL'STICE P. A. DAN8ON dealt with eight cases In his court last week. Bill Nellsen, Oklahoma floater, held to juvenile court on charge of theft of bicycle from sons of C. H. Clement and C. W. Morck. Roland Wood, Mason City was fined $15 and costs for recklessly driving a truck. George C. Slnex, Des Moines, was fined $1 and costs for speeding with a truck. Michael Pfeffer, Algona, was fined $25 and given a 30-day suspended sentence for drunk and disorderly conduct at a Sexton dance. R. V. Hotchklss, Buffalo Center, was fined $1 and costs for falling to stop at an arterial highway, north of Algona. Edward Johnson and Arthur Wlldin, Algona, charged with reckless driving. Johnson was fined $1 and costs, and Wlldin was assessed $25 and costs. John Stell, Fort Dodge, had a case against him continued: he was charged with overloading his truck. • • • CHEROKEE CLAIMED three from Kossuth. R. E. Hamnqul.it. Lakota, was declared an Inebriate. W. J. Farrell of Whlttemore faced the same assertion, and Mary Person, Burt, was recommitted. MR. AND .MRS. LARS Finnestad of Fenton celebrated their golden wedding anniversary recently at ....... .... ,.__ the home of their son, Norman, ity, bringing with him a giant five and all 11 children were present. pound small-mouth bass which he THE WILL HTRUECKERS, of Whittemore. celebrated their silver wedding anniversary recently. COUNTY FAIR JUDGING FINALS 'Continued from Front Page) Wool coat, drese. or suit: first, Elizabeth Ann Inman, Bancroft: second, Pauline Preston, Swea; third, Patricia Matern, Cresco. Complete winter outfit: first, Pauline Preston, Swea; second, Elizabeth Ann Innman, Bancroft. Unit for care of clothing: first, Mary Frances Inman, Bancroft; second, Kathryn Berschman, Ledyard. Record books: first, Elizabeth Ann Inman, Bancroft; second, Viola Mueller, Fenton; third, Dorothy Mescher, Bancroft. Expense account books: first, 1 Betty Anderson, Swea; second, Hlldegard Kabelltz, Fenton; third, Marjorle Johnson, Fenton. Around 675 people registered their numbers for the corn guessing contest held in the 4-H club building. Loretta Fandel, Whlttemore, guessed 2153 kernels of corn In the milk bottle. There were 2156 kernels. Baby Beef Winner Elmer Lelbrand, Buffalo Center, exhlbted the Angus grand champion. In the dairy calf class, results were as follows: Ben Studer, Wesley,' champion Shorthorn. P. M. Chrlstensen, Lone Rock, champion Hereford. Ben Studer, Wesley, champion In Angus. Wayne Keith, Burt, champion In milking Sbort- lorn. Loren Brown, Algona, and W. H. Bos worth, Burt, won firsts In the uernsey section. Frank Wolfe ex- ilblted a prize winner In the Brown Swiss division. Hone Department V. J. Gross, Lone Rock, exhlb- ted three junior champion stallions n the Percheron division, along with one grand champion In the ame division. E. R. Mawdsley, of rvington. exhibited the junior hamplon in the stallion class. Aired Fett, LuVerne, exhibited a unlor champion stallion in Bel- ians. Seeley Bror., Algona won two 'rand championships, two senior nd two junior champs In the lydesdale division. Loren Brown. Algona, carried off onors in the mule class, and In ie pony division, Charles Downs, Vesley; F. R. Hunt, Bancroft; and 'ota Geigel, Irvlngton, won the rizes. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALfiJ—OMC H ton pickup. —Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 37 POR SALE—Modern house and block of ground In Algona. House sold for $6900 5 years ago, a bargain at $3000. Unimproved 160 acre farm all tiled, under cultivation. Price $76 per acre. Unimproved farm IB the best investment there Is today In land.—C. W. Nlcoulln, Algona, la. 37* LOST—Man's gray suit coat at fair, pleated back, patch pockets. Reward.—BJustrom's. 37* FOR SALE—Oldsmoblle 6 tour- Ing car.—Algona Auto Market, west of court house. 37 FOR SALE—3 Poland China boars, one fall, two spring.—Clalr Winkle, Burt, phone 11 on 98. 37* FOR SALE—Second hand silo filler.—Leo Llchter. Ross 37* claims he caught in the St. Croix river, while on a fishing trip with J. D. Lowe. The latter was not present at the time the fish was caught, and some of the more skeptical intimated they thought the fish was a carp. Gail stuck to his story, however. Bancroft Brothers In Driving Charges Ed and Julius Juchem, Bancroft brothers, are in the county jail, unless their bond of $1,000 apiece has been furnished, charged with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The brothers drove a car Into the Hovey service station here. One of them drove In, and the other one drove out. after they had obtained gasoline. However, they were unable to pay for it except by check, which the attendant refused to cash, and thereupon drained the gas back out of the tank. The brothers were arrested a few minutes later, and bound over to district court by Mayor Specht. Vera To Remodel, Make Apartments The old Northwestern Hotel was pure-bailed la»t week by Frank Vera, who will have it remodeled into an apartment house. Mr. Vera bought the hotel from E. J. Mur- tugh. The Cusler Brou. of Algona hnvc already started the remodeling and expect to have it completed in about six weeks. There are twenty-eight rooms, which will be made into eight apartments, some of the rooms will be made smaller. Mr. Vera will have 17 apartments to rent, including those In the Vera aimrtraenla. Studer Co. Head of Petrol Group A meeting of dintrid rejjrehtnt- utivt'M of the Iowa Petroleum Public Relations Committee wax held in Algona, lust Wednesday, at the Legion hull J. I J . Htuiier of Wesley, of the K. & H (nl «'o, in the chairrna for Kowiuth county, and a meeting huh been <:ulled for Algona, on Thursday, October 1. Wesley Man Wins Tractor Contest In the McCorrnlck-Dcerinu cultivator content held at the Komuth County Kuir, Sept. JO, Chan. Kol- labch Wealey, won $20.00 and the championship title of KuMsuth county for taking off and putting on a quirk attachable 2-row Me- Corrnkk-lJeering K-12 cultivator, in the fust time of 1:08. Al Kr- peldmg, Alguna. won second prize of $1.'), time 4:20, Wm. Kandel, of Whittemore, third prize of $10, time 0.22. SEEN JANSE'8 GRIN? Well, he's a grandaddy. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Miller, Oklahoma City, are parents of a son. Sherman To Write For Shirley Temple Richard Sherman, Algona author, wilt write the next picture for Shirley Temple, It was reported this week. The film will be known as "The Stowaway", and the Algona boy is believed to have developed the plot from material obtained when he went to Europe on a cattle boat, some years ago. His film, "To Mary With Love", in corning to Algona in the near future. Aleda Green of Ledyard A Bride Ledyard: Aleda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, and Aubrey Watcrhouse, son of Mrs. Leon Worden, were married a week ago Saturday at Esthervllle by the Rev. J. Alfred Rlggs. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Corey Haus. They are at home in rooms in the house of the bride's parents. Aieda is a graduate of the local high school and has for the past year been working at the L. Wiemer home. The groom was in the navy for several years and has been working an a carpenter for Leon Worden Hince his return. Mrs. Anna Klein, Seneca, Reaches 80 Kenec-a: Mrs. Frank Carey of Ditcey, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ahrtnd, Mm. Hoaie Ahrend and son, Arthur and daughter, Margaret all of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs Joe Crowley and family were dinner gueaU at the Henry Klein home Sunday in honor of Mm. Anna Klein's eightieth birthday. Mrs, Carey, Mrs. Ahrend and Mr«. Crowley are daughters of Mrs. Klein and Henry Klein is a son. Swea City Couple Wedding Surprise Swta City: Martin Nelson and Mih C A. Holm sprung a complete surprise on their friends', when they 'innouiici-d that they were married Wednesday. September 2 at Bralll- i crtinony took of Mra Holm's anij, Mr. and . id Mrs. Holm are i pioneer Tuesday Club Of LuVerne In Session LuVerne: The Tuesday club met last week after u vacation during the Hummer. Florence Hof, the retiring president, was hostess, and uhe nerved a dainty luncheon preceding the afternoon's program. The new president, Huldah t'ritze- nieier, gave u welcome to the new members, who joined at the last mcctliiK last spring. After the roll cull, Mrs. Peter Thompson guve excerpts from toloiiiul Dame's Diary portraying the dully life of the women of this country in 1736. Miss Miriam Troutman gave an intervuting account of her recent triy tfurtaghs Building Colonial Home Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh bean the excavation for their new ome just off of Oak street on the mbered plot of ground in North Mgona. They, together with Harold Cowan, recently bought a seven-acre tract of rough ground there and young Mr. Cowan will also build there next year. Cowan has the contract for the Murtagh house, which will be a seven- room colonial home. It will be located some distance back from Oak street and after proper landscaping it is expected to make • handsome place. It Is said that the Murtagh* expect to be able to occupy their new home by the first of the year. The architect. Gage Taylor, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. U expected here today to complete the plans. FOR SALE OR TRADE for livestock: 2 bottom Mollne tractor plow, In good shape; gang plow, horse drawn, good shape; DeLaval cream separator, No. 16, very good condition; 1 Great Western manure spreader; 2 cheap plow horses.—H M. Colwell, Auct, Phone 449. 37 Bayt that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Me* idlam size $82.80. Term*.—BJus- trom's, AlgttriA, low*. 8-tf NO JbKfir There's a real Job open—this locality. Car required,—S. '#. Baker A Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 85-87* at 3. P. Gran*6w, wnb haa teaching music In the Corwith school for the past four years, 16, engaged to teach every TttflWajr Jn-' LaVernd school*. He will psaeh In Corwith. Wednesday,'Tft and Friday all year around. Read The Ad*-t t flt» FOR SALE— Reliable, low automobile insurance. — L. 8. cost Bo- hannnn, Kossuth Mutual Bldg. 37* IF YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to Inquire at The Upper Dea Moines Office. We handle Underwood machines, portable and standard size, and also used machines from time to time, all reconditioned. 86' FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls.—Uoyd Gross, Algona. Three miles north of Hobarton. 34-37* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, just received large shipment, good white bond paper, 60 cent a ream (500 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—Registered Hereford bull.—Karl Sunderman, 6 miles north of Titonka. 35-36'-37 For Bent FOR RENT—If you have a room, rooms, house or apartment* to rent, a want ad In this column will do the business. We have many calls each week for them. 36* Miscellaneous 2 Ottosen Clubs Hold Meetings Ottosen: The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Earl Firkins Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with Table Manners. The program consisted of the following: group singing: lesson. "Table Service", by Mrs. Douglas Olson; special music by Mrs. W. P. Truesdell, and a surprise by the hostess. A delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs. Roy Kinseth were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. ATTRACTIVE openings for young men with light cars, willing to learn salesmanship. Good immediate earnings, permanent employment. See A. C. Luther, c-o Mrs. J. F. Schoby, 103 8. Ridgley. 37» Wanted WANTED TO BUY—One Shorthorn milk cow.—R. A. Harvey, call 20F24. 37 Notice To F. H. Slagle: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd. day of December, 193S, the following described real estate situated in the County of Koasuth and State of Iowa, to-wit: Lots One (1) Two <2) Three (3) and Four (4) of Block Five (S) of Call A Smarts Add to Algona, Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, for taxes due and delinquent, to H E. RUt; that the certificate of purchase was duly assigned to M. P. Haggard who Is now lawful owner of laid certificate; that the right of redemption will expire and a dce.J for said land will be made by the Treasurer of Kossuth County. Iowa, unless redemption therefrom be made within Ninety (M) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated Sept. 14th, 1930. M. P. HAGGARD, Owner and Holder of Certificate 37-39 of Purchase. •nl, Mum. Tl I'liiru 111 the llO iluuxhler and 1 Mr:-, Arthur lit. Mr Nvifcoii u bol.li well know u( ij wen City. Mr. Nt-Uo/i for iiiurjy yuura operated u general store here Haggard Still Champ John Haggard retained his title champion of the Algona Country Club, when he defeated Bunting, ti and 5, in u 36-hole match, the last of which wus played Saturday afternoon. At Convention MiM Uorothy Uaeken. of Lone Kock, attended the Yuulh Kstlly held ut the Moody Bible Iriutitule, ChicaKo. ever the Labor Day week end, September i to 7 NOTICE Live Stock AUCTION Fair Grounds - Algona Tuesday - September 22 Now that the County Fair is over, we are again resuming our Livestock Sale. We have already completed two successful years here at this locution. Plan on making this bigger and better than heretofore. We will have practically the same efficient force that was here last year. What we desire and need is the cooperation of all the people of this territory interested in making a public market here in Algona, where the buyer arid seller meet each week ami ejc- chunge their livestock, where you not only meet the local buyers, but stock men and sale operators from distant points. Kring in your sto<-k any time before Tuesday noon. We already have a good number promised. A very good place to sell your veal calves. Bring them in, they sell tirst. Terras: Cash. Settlements promptly. THE SALE THAT OET8 THE JOB DONE. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. It isn't a . .. ! ?5!l SUIT if it doesn *t sport Fur SPECIAL! OQ75 UU up The more fur the better. That'* the Ides to keep In mind for your new Fall salt Lavish collars of badger, wolf, raccoon or fox. Trim swagger .coat* with plenty of swing . . . and » trim tailored •ult to wear smartly •lone or under the coat Jacket* and coat* are fully slHc lined. It's three piece suit* like theae that smart women will choose. Rich tweeds In brown, green, red, •nd tan. Slzea 14 to 20. FALL HATS for FALL OUTFITS Leaf tones played a part in the choice of colors for these hats. Other influences wtve at work, too— what's flattering, what's becoming with the new clothes, what's smart- cut in color and most practical in fabrics—all were considered in making this finest of fall hat collections. >9S '00 ChrUchilles & Herbst D R N K 445 Oolwell Bros., Auets. MILWAUKIC •ilH . , , r »j,.»»,^»» rpjre* i.
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