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The Algona Upper Dee Koines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 3,1986 Lloyd Pratt and ,„ apwit the week end at Ames tot the. homecoming, ' < tit. ah* Mr*, c A. Jorat «0ent Sunday in Emmetsburg as guesU •TM' Nellie Kaln. ? Mrs. W. K. FerguMlt spent the week end at Humboldt, vfaitlhg a friend, Mrs. Mlda Doan. .Mr. and Mrs. L. o. IhompMn of Hsthenrtlle spent Sunday with their •daughter, Mrs. R. H. Miller. Ed Miller of DM Mohiw Is spending a few weeks with his : Alother, Mrs. Cora D. Miller. . Mr* August Bonier returned on Monday from Fort Dodge, where ahe spent the week end with relatives. Mr. and MM. Alwin UnenhoM spent Sunday at Lakota with the ratter's mother, Mrs. William Aal- dcrks. ^ „ Mrs. JeaniMtto nil j^ngi arrived home last week fdpi Fairmont where she had beenWfoF a few •weeks. Mr. and Mr*. M. W. Jacobson apent Sunday In Mason City as dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Miller. Mrs. FhlUlp Kohlhaas and her I daughters, Betty and Anita Rose, and Mrs. Karl Hoffman spent Saturday at Mason City. Bemice Lodwlg and Bath McKee were Sunday guests of the form* «r*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lodwlg ,of Whittemore. .Mrs. A. L. Lang will lean on 'Wednesday for New Hampton, Where she will pay her mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson, a visit Bert StelL, Mrs. Mary Soutnwtck, and Mrs. Earl .Millard spent Sunday With Mrs. W. A. Vigars. The guests were all of Moville, Iowa, Mrs. Donald Hutchison and her daughter, Joan, were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. F. T. Carroll at Des Moinea, Friday and Saturday. Donald Hotcfclns, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlna, of Des Moln«a, spent the week end In Algona on business and visiting his parents. Lucille Simmons, who was employed by T. H. Kirsch, resigned because of her coming marriage November 10 to John Kutschara of St Benedict. Doris Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Long; spent the week end with her parents. Doris Is teaching high school English at Tama this year. Hit. .»M Mr*. Arthur Ltmsmsn of Mason city, and MM. Thos. Ofirmody, of Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Mr*. Edythe Dalley returned on Monday morning after a week's trip to Chicago on business and pleasure. She was a guest of Mrs. A. B. Erlckson, a former employee. L. J. Malueg and W. A. Vlgaw spent the week end at Cedar Falls attending Dad's Day at the Iowa State Teachers College. Their daughters are Ruth Malueg and Margaret Vigars. tola Lehman and Lorraine MacKenzie drove to Algona from Des Molncs to spend the week end. lola visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, and Lorraine was a. guest of Rex Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. DeZellar and son, Jlmmle, and Sister Mary Vita and Sister Mary Isadora spent the "week end at St. Paul visiting Mrs. DeZellar's brother, Tom Oreeley, and her sister, Margaret Oreeley. Mrs. Frank Oelgel and Mn. Jor- «reri Skow of Wesley spent from Tuesday to Friday at Sioux City attending the W. C. T. U. state convention. Mrs. Skow Is W. C. T. U. president of Kossuth county- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor of Humboldt, drove to Des Moines Saturday. Sunday they were dinner guests of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. York at Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ahantam of Pine Island, Minnesota, were week end guests of Beulah Hartshorn. Mrs. Ahamam will be remembered as Hilda Campbell, who before her marriage worked with Beulah at the Marigold Beauty Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Mrs. Karl Hoffman attended the wedding of a niece of Mrs. Kohlhaas and Mrs. Hoffman, Sldella Llckteig, who was married to Will Owens last Tuesday at Cresco. The couple will live at Greenfield. Mrs. Arlo Adams returned to her home In Des Moines Saturday morning after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Dr. Adams was also a week end guest at the Pletch home, but returned to Des Moines last week Sunday. • Week end guests of Mrs. Charles Roupe were her daughters, Mrs. E. A. Ecklund of Minneapolis, and Mrs. J. J. Wltwer of Mason City, and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roupe and Mrs. Roupe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Briton, all of Cedar Rapids. GurvU of Mrs. i. C. Kresensky last week Sunday were her son, Raymond of Des Moines, who is working on a writers' project and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod of Fenton. Isabella Weisbrod is spending a few weeks with her grandmother. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Benjamin of Pipestone, Minn., were visiting Algona friends last, Tuesday. Mrs. Benjamin will be remembered as Mable Bedell, who formerly lived In Algona. Her parent*, who*have b*en living In Minneapolis for several years, are planning to move to Pipestone this fall. Mr. and Mrs. A. B, MeCall of Kenoaha, Wisconsin, arrived Sunday at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlerk. Mr. MeCall and Dr. Shlerk left Sunday evening for South Dakota to spend a few days hunting pheasants. Mrs. Me- Call spent the time visiting Mrs. Shlerk, her daughter. Mn. David McDowell, mother of John McDowell, high school principal, passed away at her home in Waterloo, Sunday. She was taken seriously 111 a week before. Mr. and Mrs. Otto B. lifting, Mrs. Chaa. LaBarre and several of the teachers and friendy of the McDowells will attend the funeral. Mrs. Homer Anderson spent the week end at Spencer with Mrs. Reed Anderson. Homei*pjid Reed Anderson spent the week end hunting ducks. Mm. Carnahan, employed at the Fred Anderson home, accompanied Mrs. Anderson a* far as EmmeUburg where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Mary Webster. In TAe WEEK'S NEWS CURRENT STBNTS PtinTOGRAPttfiD FOR The Upper Des Moines Swea Legion Folks Greeted Hallowe'en With Social Affair Swea City: The annual Hal- lowe'en party for the American Legion and Auxiliary was held on Friday night. Forty members were In attendance. Program committee consisted of Mesdames Charles Schemmel, Wm. Thompson and A. J. Chrtatensen; refreshment committee, Mesdames Buell Pearson, F. Peterson, W. Barker and Amanda Looft. Fred Walker's group won a prize us an award for points on various games played throughout the evening. To Ray Lord went the prize for catching the biggest string of fish and to R. E. Berg, the prize for killing the black cat with nine lives with one shot. IOWA POTATO HARVEST—Potatoes grown In peat lands in North Iowa near Forest City pro- wuwuwww IWWWVWWWWWWVWVA 1.00 Specials 12 Cans Peas $1.00 3 cans Otoe Soup 3 Ige. cans Sardines 3 cans Chili 3 cans Bed Beans JOO 3 pair Ladi®*' Pure Silk Hose $1.00 £00 5 Ibs. 1 qt. Dill Pickles 1 down Oranges 3 Blocks Stock Salt $1.00 2 Ibs. Atwood Coffee 6 Lemons 1 qt Cranberries 3 Ibs. Bweet Potatoes C. S. Johnson Zora Keith and Stella Mae Breen spent Friday afternoon in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith spent Friday In Mason City on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Peterson of San Francisco, California, spent the week end with Mrs. B. P. Benson. Mr. and Mm. Peter Haverly of Oelwein were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan on Tuesday and Wednesday.- Evelyn Smltn, who to attending the Iowa State Teachers' College, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. F. C. Dohcrty vlaited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith from Tuesday to Friday. Mr. Doherty Is a resident of Minneapolis. Harold Falkenhalner, who Is working at the Oakdale sanitarium, spent the week end with his wife, the former Jeannette Goeders. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Wlnkel and the latter's slater, Irene Capeslus, spent the week end attending the Iowa State College homecoming at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Baymond Beamish and family of Iowa Falls are the guests at the Clarence Stewart home. Mr. Beamish la the brother of Mrs. Stewart Art Setrank. bookkeeper at Kennedy & Parsons, brought his 'family to Algona from Sioux City, Sunday. Mr. Schunk has been in Algona for a month. Mr. and Mn. J. H. Hoppe spent the w*ek end attending the Iowa State College homecoming In Ames and visiting their daughter, Marion, who attends college there. Eleanor Fraser left last week Tuesday for Pipestone, Minnesota, where she is visiting two old high school friends, who will be remembered as Rachael Davidson and Mable Cedell. Mrs. Mae Harris and daughters, Mary and Mra. Homer Anderson, attended a meeting of an embroidery club near Wesley, at the home of Mrs. Cordon Olddings, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Strandberg and daughter, Shirley Ann, of Boone were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. a E. Hilsteadt Mr. Strandberg and Mrs. Hilsteadt are brother and sister. The fire department wan called :o the Carroll Johnson residence on Park Avenue, Friday morning. The chimney had burned out and let the roof on fire. Only a small amount of damage was done. Mrs. Burdette Agard and Mrs. M. G. Bourne attended the funeral of Herbert Smith at Fenton, Friday afternoon. Mr. Smith was a former janitor of the school there, and Mrs. Bourne sang at the fun eral. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller returned the first part of last week after a ten days' vacation trip through Texas and in to Mexico. They traveled 4,000 miles, and report i hat it was a grand trip every inch of the way. Mr. and Mn. I- 3. DeGraw and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor and son, Ralph drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Stephenson are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mrs. A. A. Bikhop, Mn. Dolph Milter and Mrs. Roy Brownell of Algona, and Mrs. J. F. Atkinson and Mrs. W. H. Morling of Em- meUburg attended a unit meeting of the Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society at Thompson, Wednesday. Mn. Ed Oearich, Mr». Walter Klamp and Mrs. A. A. Bishop of Algona, and Mrs. J. F. Atkinson and Mrs. W. H. Morling of Emmetsburg attended a unit meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary of the Methodist church at Klemme Friday afternoon. J. D. Lowe and his friend, J. C. Koppen of Buffalo Center, were expected to return the first of the week from the wilds of Canada, where they had gone to hunt moose and deer. We will probably hear some good stories on their return, but these boys usually get some big game when they go after it. Margaret Vigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars will act the part of a ioidier's wife in "Bury the Dead", an anti-war drama, to be presented iu the first non-professional release outalde New York City by student players of the Iowa State Teachers college in the college auditorium, November IS duce from 100 to 700 bushels per acre. This photo shows sorting and grading in one field. • •••»«. • *- . • • • Infant Daughter Dies A second daughter was born last week to Mrs. Gladys Trlbon Paddock of Glendale. Arizona. The little one died shortly after birth and Mrs. Paddock is reported as not getting along very well. Mrs. Pnddock before her marriage was Miss Gladys Tribon, well known Algona girl, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon, and her many Alfrona friends will extend sympathy and hopes for her early recovery. BROUGHT TO MURDER TRIAL ON STRETCHER—Guy Tallmadge, Rockford, 111., undertaker's assistant, on trial at Oregon, 111., charged with the murder of his elderly wife allegedly to clear the way for his marriage to a young widow, suffered a scries of fainting spells and was brought to court on a stretcher. He is shown above in court with Sheriff Delas Blanchard. Lone Rock War Vet Mystery Deepens; Reported, as Missing But Got U. S* Discharge Here Several county newspapers and the Associated Press carried •toriea last week regarding one Melville B. Wagner, reported as having been killed In action in the World War, after enlisting at Algona, and now discovered to be living in Kansas. Wagner was said to have come from Lone Rock, before enlisting, and bis wife was reported to have received word of his death from the war department. A reporter assigned to the case for this newspaper was unable to piece together what may be the true story of this interesting affair. There is a Melvin E. Wagner listed in the court house soldiers' discharge records, who received an honorable discharge from the service on March 10, 1919, after serving in France. He was reported as never having been wounded. If this is the same man, how would the war department report him dead in 1918, and give him an honorable discharge In 1«19, and why would anyone think he was dead with the discharge on the record book? Neither does there seem to be any trace of a Mrs. Wagner living at Lone Rock, although assessor's records have been checked. Anyone having any definite information regarding this interesting case is asked to communicate with this newspaper. Classified Aids for Sale FOR SALK—Purebred Hampshire boars. New blood lines (or old customers: 20 spring, two (all, and one herd boar; guaranteed bleeders at reasonable prices.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 44-45* Uohrback & O'Rourk will sell 40 head of bound young horses and mares, good colors, Saturday, November 7. One mile north of Britt ut Auction. 44 FOR SALE—3 black faced rams. -A- R. Gardner, Phone 22F22, Al- goiia. 44* KOR SALE—28 used shreddtrs, 7 portable mills, 4 corn shelters, etc. Mielke, New Hampton, Iowa. 44* KOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire- boar.—Leslie Jenkins & Son. Phone 8F11. 44-43 FOR SALE—Can spare a few Leghorn pullets ready to lay.— Wellendorf Leghorns. 44 FOR SALE—Hampshire boards, one two year old buck, one one yr. old buck.—C. E. Detrick, Algona. 44-4S* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.—George B. Streit, Whittemore. 44-45* FOR SALE—Good Duroc Jersey boars.—A. C. Bjuatrom, Whittemore. Iowa, Phone 1131. 44-48* FOR SALE—Large assortment of good used lumber. All dimensions full size, less than half price. 1,000 sq. ft. wall board.— E. J. Hodges, No. 18, Algona. 44* FOR SALE—Six white Ixxira,— Lowrnan Broe., 6 mi. east of Algona. 43-44» FOR SALE—Hampshire boars, fall and spring.—Alphons Berte, Bode, Iowa. 39-44* IF YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to inquire at The Upper Des Moines Office. We handle Underwood machines, portable and standard size, and also used machines from time to time, all reconditioned. 36* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, tust received large shipment, good white bond paper, 60 cent a ream (600 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. Horse Auction at Britt, lowu. Saturday afternoon, November 7. Mile north on Crystal Lake road. 40 real young horses. Ready to go to work in the spring. Absolutely no bye bidders.—Rohrback & O'Rourk, Britt, Iowa. 44 SPECIALS—During our great Fail Sale—DeLuxe Hot Water Heater, $7.45—Spark PJubs. 17c— Electric House Bulbs, 15 to 60 watt, 6 for 59c—Heavy Duty "B" Battery,. $1.29. Oil Heater, $4.29.—Gamble i Stcres. 441 FOR SALE—Will searlfice small piano, save reshipping. Easy terms.—Wholesale Dept., Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 44* FOR SALE—Circulating heater in fine condition, used only short time. Call 8F32. 44* Miscellaneous Save that cream with a Vega separator. Uwira biggest boosters. Medium size $82.60. Terms.—Bjus- trom'a. Algona. Iowa. 3-tt Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Wilson Bros. $1.00 Wedding Rings An especially attractive diamond set wedding ring may be had at $25. Other diamond wedding rings at $12.60 to $260.00. Wide assortment of engraved gold wedding bands $6 up, A. H. Borchardt Drugs and Jewelry here This is a special group of $1.95 shirts of which we do not have complete sizes of certain patterns. Shirts are the high standard of Wilson qiijflity and the patterns are good. While they last—limited 2 to a customer. Steele's Clothe8 Shop I 3= •vj f- //ffF/to sufferers of STOM4CH ULCERS < 0 HYPERACIDITY Willard's Mossaqo of Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for tfaoK lufferlng from STOMACH OR DUODENAL ULCERS. DDK TO 11YPER- ACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION. ACID DYSPEPSIA. SOUH STOMACH, CASS1- NESS HEARTBURN. CONSTIPATION. BAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OH HEADACHES. DUB TO EXCESS ACID. Eiplalnt the marvtloiu milord trtat- m*nt which li bringing *""'"f relief. Sold on li day* itlaL A. H. BORCHARDT k. 44-49« Iowa Theatre 21c (Formerly Junior) 21c Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., November 5-6-7 FIWT MWf1M\V "* \s KES Travel—Our Own United States "CAN YOU IMAGINE" Comedy—Mickey Mouse "Mickey's Moving Day" KIDDIES KOIN CLUB Interchange of coins. Demonstration of major prizes. Saturday Special Pals Day—Bring a pal as your guest. Free Candy to all—Free. UA£ LUont fida-lte Quieted Ukuj to teAuifef Coast-to-Coast Store Wednesday Thursday Friday LOOK! READ! SAVE! 98c. $1 Mddel A Heaters 3 gal. Penn. I motor oil __ .SAE /Red Barn Paint, gal. _ $1.39 value | 30x3>/ 2 7 40 tires, 4 ply -V' w Two 30x3 ei' /Tubes ** f/B Batteries 7Q., L,. 45 volt ^C ^Winter 10 r Auto Fronts 1Ji * Hot Water O flO Heaters __^" JO Floor Mats, 7Q I felt Imck -- <Jv jl2ga. shells CO _ .box of 2o __^'*'^' Model A (aQ« Oil Guage TO *39 plate O 7A bat. guar e>^"**'^ , B Batteries <M hvy duty, ca *P* $1.49 value Cliev. east 7 7(1 Iron Heater J> ' y models '29-'3ti JOE BLOOM Coast - to - Coast Store BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH

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