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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24, 1936 sj, JOS PQJQf. ToAKRE' S For Thanksgiving Food Shoppers [*?• RICHELIEU Plum Pudding Mince Meat Pumpkin Spices The nicest Celery. Lettuce. Cucumbers, Tomatoes and other vegetables are on—today and Wednesday morning. Our "Baby Stuart" MINCE MEAT (bulk) is the "very best" A pound for 18c Pure Quill Coffee—as always per pound 33c, 3 pounds 95c This year's canned fruit and vegetables are on— Phone 290 or 291—but the best way is to go to the store and select the many different things you may need at AKRE'S jjmmmmmmMmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmjt For The Thanksgiving Feast Two cans Pumpkin ______ No. 2 size 1 7c Jonathan Apples ___________ 6 Ibs. 25c Home Made Mince Meat . _____ 2 Ibs. 35c Cooking Onions _____________ 5 Ibs. 9c Linpon Berries, (Swedish Cranberries), Cranberries, Grapes, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, "Wax Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Baking Potatoes, .Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Kadishcs, Celery, Red 3|Bd Green Peppers, Green Onions, Head and ICeaf Lettuce, Parsley, Carrots. f CY COUNTRY DRESSED POULTRY Turkeys __25-27c Ducks ______ 23c Geese _____ .--20c . Chickens ____ 23c Oysters, extra standards ------- qt. 65c SORENSEN GROCERY COMPANY Phones 138 and 139 §•••••••••••••••••••• AVe Deliver ••••••••••••• WHuTEMOREMAN 85 YEARS YOUNG Simon Weber, Sr., Honor ed by Friends and Neighbors Whittemore: A number of neighbors and relatives gathered at the home of Simon Weber, Sr., to help him celebrate his 85th birthday last week. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bonnstetter, John Bonnstetter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sikora, all of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Semon, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hogan and son, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bonnstetter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag. all of Whittemore; Pauline Miller of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haag, the Peter Weyderts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weber of Ayrshire; Chris Weber and family of Wells, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, Alvina and Esther Braatz; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Primising of Dubuque; Norbert Ferring of Carroll; Paul Weber of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorweiler. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorweiler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorweiler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Ulrick and family and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dorweiler and daughter. The evening was spent In playing five hundred at eight tables and prizes were won by Mrs. Nick Semon and Joe Sikora, high. Alvina Braatz and Carl Primising low. A delicious lunch was served at midnight. Celebrate Birthday A number of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer gathered at their home last week Tuesday evening to help Albert celebrate his 31st birthday. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and son, Alfred, the Will Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb and son. Duane of Lotts Creek and the Henry Lauck family. Many from here attended the funeral of Mrs. John Wegener last week Monday at Fairvlllc. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Sirs. Alfred Bruhn at Fairville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, *ere at Fenton Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, helping Mrs. Weisbrod celebrate her birthday. Virgil Huberty, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty, was burned about the face and hands I last Tuesday morning when he was playing around the stove and the accident happened. The Methodist Ladies' Aid and Birthday club held their regular monthly meeting Thursday at the homo of Mrs. H. E. Frost. Hostesses were Mrs. O. Hulburt, Mrs. H. E. Frost and Mrs. Ray Burdine. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Baas were at Fort Dodge to visit a brother-in-law, Will Wehrspan of Ottosen, who is in the Lutheran hospital at that place with a crushed leg, the result of an accident. Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Case of Janesville, Wis., visited for a short time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dailey and other old time friends. Mr. Case is a son of Henry Case who formerly lived on the former Julius Muahs farm southwest of here. Nephew Killed In Crash, Irvington Woman Informed Irvington: Mrs. John Cox received word recently of the accidental death of her brother's son, Charles Squier of Loup City, Nebraska. He was killed in an auto wreck near there last Sunday. He had visited at the John Cox home several times and many in this vicinity had made his acquaintance. The Irvington dance club will hold a dance this Friday in the local hall. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Kuhlman are parents of a son born Saturday, Nov. 21st. , John Miller and Mr. Swan attended the auto show in Des Moines last Wednesday. Mrs. B. Frankl, Gerald and Camilla visited Sunday afternoon at the Ted Ringsdorf home near Burt. Frank Weber is a patient at an Algona hospital. At this writing lie is much improved. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. George Durkin who recently finished corn husking at the A. M. Lemke place, is now employed by U. B. Frankl for the winter months. Mr. Frankl will feed a number of hogs nnd cattle this winter. Herman Meyers of Minnesota, a nephew of H. Scheppman. was ser- ously hurt in a car wreck Saturday afternoon just north of Irving- on. He is now in the Algona hospital and will be in a cast for six weeks, due to broken pelvic bones. He has the sympathy of this community. He had arrived at the Scheppman home for a visit only a few minutes before the accident happened. Plan Father-Son Feed A Father and Son banquet will be served Thursday evening, December 3rd in the dining room of the Methodist church. Plans are being made by the men members of the church to serve 125. A good program is being arranged. MRS. EMMA WORTMAN WED AT DAUGHTER'S HOME IN SWEA CITY funeral Services Sunday at Lakota Presbyterian Church Swea City: Mrs. Emma Sophia Wortman died at the home- of her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Carlson, on Friday morning at 6 a. m., following an illness of six months, due to a heart ailment and complications. Mrs. Wortman was born March 6th, 1867, at Fastusberg, 111. On May 5th, 1890, she was united in mariage to Charles C. Wortman at Alton, 111. They came immediately to Iowa and in 1891 located in Kossuth county. Two daughters were born to this union: Helen, who died in 1928 and Mrs. W. E. Carlson, with whom she had made her home the past 12 years. Mr, Wortmnn died In 1923. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Wortman is survived by one granddaughter. Jane Carlson, also a sister living at George, Iowa, a half sister in Long Beach. California, a half brother in Sioux Falls, S. D. and a host of friends. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon from the Presbyterian church in Lakota of which she was a charter member. Rev. Gerald Ukena of Jessup, conducted the services and burial was made In the Lakota cemetery. Whittemore Boy Gets Great Credit John Cullen, Whittemore banker and postmaster, has some live-wire sons, who are all making their way in the world. Maurice, better known as "Irish", who has been connected with the Pritchard Motor Company at Mason City for a number of years, and who married Theresa Streit, an Algona girl, has lately received considerable publicity in the Mason City Gazette, which among other things says that "Maurice has had 18 years in the Ford Service field, associated with Merrill Rawson of Whittemore, Graham Burkett Motor Co., Oelwein, Charles City Motor Co., of Charles City, and the last three years with the Wagner Motor of Mason City. Maurice is a charter member of the National Ford Merit club and won a trip to San Diego in 1935 for having the largest increase in shop sales and the cleanest and most complete shop of Group B dealers in Des Moines branch territory." June Thomsen and Lucille Pet were Algona shoppers Thursday. Do It Now We have on hand to'iay, 15 brand ni-w buit.s of mi n's clothes, 37 men's overcoats and topcoats, all new arid up to the minute in lit and style-. Most of them from Rice Friedman of Milwaukee, some from Marks & ll;mis of St. Louis. All high grailc and beautifully tailored toato. These coats and suits mutt be ;old by Christmas. That ia our way of doing. We never carry a garment over into the next st : t- :-on, to I wish you would come in and buy them before I mark them down. You can i-ave «500 on an ovtriot: the way we are belling them now. Jimmie Neville Plan to Broadcast The Lutheran school of Lotts Creek will broadcast a prograTn of chorales over WOI, Ames, on Nov. 27, at 2:30 p. m., provided that roads and weather conditions will permit taking the children, it was announced Monday. Plan School Program A Thanksgiving program is to be given at District No. 3 school. In Portland township. Lunch will be served and there will be a 5 cent pond.—Sarah Neeling, teach- Titonka Aid Met Titonka: The Ladl»s Aid of the Methodist church met In the dining room in the church basement with Mrs. A. M. Petersen presiding. A lunch was served by Mrs. John Boeckelman and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Rewrites Of News From Last Friday'» Koisuth County Advance o O o o o o 0| 01 ol 8! .NUTII H tip KXI'lll.lTIO.% UK UK.Ill' (IK HKDKMITION fUMTIKIC.lTt: Ml. 1U77 TO U t: KAIIM: You ami of you aru liureliy ni.lill-'il on Ui>: -ml <lay ot Ueo- iiilM-i. r.U.',, the rulloWlllK ili-M-rlbeil i-al-ili-, 111 lll«: CoUIlly t iio>.~.,in,>.- "I Iowa, to-wtt: l..,l. 01,.; til illill Jllouk fight <*> u< Ui>: Village of ril. iiCI.- .,1,1 I. K',..i.-utr, r..iiM>. Jow;t t .1 .-0,1,1 I,., H.I- Tr. usurer of Koa.,{': 1'jlilily, i-iU'.l, Ull'l..'!' the lifo- i-,.i.,. ,,! .-.•.• ; j.y, of Hi.- ID:::, codu i l,.,\.i. in.I |iui i i a .-i.'il \i, Ko.-BUlil ',,i.r,!. t.l.,|i| U,,. pi ovl.-lolib of tifi:- ,. i. 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S. following dinner lodge was opened. xxlges from, all this section of owa were represented. • • » FOX BOUNTIES have been paid o Joe Ramus, Algona, Harold juedtke, Lone Rock, Kelsey Dunn, Algona, C. B. Bahling of Bun, •'rank Vnyette of Algona, and Wm. . Bonnstetter of Whittemore. • * • LARS SORE.NSE.V brought court action to obtain custody of bin "year-old daughter, Frances, who las been living with her mother. Vlr. Sorcnaen claims that his former wife "unmercifully" whips the girl and she also participated in 'hefts directed by the mother. DICKIE BARTLETT, 5 son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett of Whittemore, passed away as a result of scarlet fever. He was a twin son of the Bartletts, born June 17, 1&31, at Ames. His brother, Ralph Edgar, and his parents survive. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon a week ago. NINA BONN8TETTEB of West Bend, and Hugh Duffy. Whittemore, were married at Whittemore last week. DEATH OF FOl B horses at Irvington, owned by Sim Leigh, is a puzzle to the community and Mr. Leigh. College veterinarians have been trying to find the answer of why the valuable horses died. Other horses which have grazed in the same fields are apparently all right. EDWARD HOLEt EK, Algona inventor of a running board aerial for car radios, has at last been granted a patent on his invention. # * * 4-H BOYS AND GIKL8 enjoyed their annual count;, banquet at St. Cecelia's Academy, Tuesday evening. Girls receiving awards for their achievements i luring the year were Luelia Duncan and Dorothy Mescher of the litancroft Busy Pals, Viola Mueller iind Ruth Dreyer of the Fenton Forwards, Florence Dodds and Dorothy Reid of the Union Alethiana, Mildred Laabs and Anita Gifford of the Burt Busy Bees, Pauline Preaton and Dorothy and Betty Anderson of the Swea Spirit of Service club, Patricia Mat- trn, Jeanne Dovine and Lucille Kramer o/ the Cresco Chums. Mrs Elizabeth Schenck presented the awards. Elizabeth Ann Inmau of Bancroft, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs C. C. Tn^an presided at the banquet. She was also presented with a handsome gold medal for the be»t record book in the year's county Manfred Peterson and Allen Erckson spent the week end in Minneapolis. Mrs. Fred Peterson and Mrs. P W. Larson Were Algona shoppers Saturday. Jerome B. Johnson and Wm. Evans attended the Drake-Ames football game in Ames Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Turner anc family of Des Moines were guests Sunday at the E. L. Hansen home, Mrs, Frank Thomsen and daughter, Marian, visited at the home of Mrs. Plckard near Plum Creek over the week end. W. M. Bovis and his son, Walter drove to Iowa City Friday where Mr. Bovis will enter the University hospital for treatment Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Knutsen and son of Clarion were guests during the week of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knutsen. The American Legion Junior Auxiliary was entertained Saturday at the home of Kathryn Haglund. Five girls ana their leader, Mrs. Ray Lord, were present. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown went to Minneapolis Sunday where they will spend several days doing the Christmas buying for their Swea City and Armstrong stores. Mrs. Melford Anderson of Des Moines has been visiting since Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm. Mr. Anderson joined her Saturday and they returned home Monday. The Adolph Mortinsen family of Estherville moved here recently, and are living in the Ed Wilson house in the east part of town. Mr. Mortinsen has about completed his modern feed grinding mill and will be open for business soon after the first of the year. Mrs. Aletha Ecklund and Miss Luelia Jensen went to Des Moines Saturday evening. Miss Jensen will spend the week end with Helen Poole and Mrs. Ecklund will spend ten days visiting her friend. Miss Effie Eckholm, who is a teacher in the Des Moines schools. Mra. Nannie Simpkins, who has been visiting Mrs. F. Gus Torlne, returned to Lakota Wednesday, where she will spend a shoirt time at the homes of Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, before leaving for her home in Glenburn, North Dakota. Mrs. Simpkins Is an aunt of Mesdames Warburton and Torine. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gus Torine, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Harold Roba, Irene Lundquist, Marjorie Hilsten, Arlene Rystad, and Grace Roba at- ttndcil the county 4-H club banquet in Algona Tuesday night Mrs. Torine is county president of the girls' work. Mrs. Johnson is county committeewoman and Mrs. Roba is leader of the local 4-H club. calf club, tut. About ISO were prcs- Birthday Dinner Titonka: A 6:30 birthday dinner was given Mrs. J. F. Fisher Thursday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John W. Boyken, east and north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Fisher and children, Nancy, Carol and Tommy of Des Moines came early Thursday afternoon to be present, also Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher and daughter, Audrey. J. F. Fisher and Stanley were present. Kokbuth Hoapital New* Tuesday, November 17—Mrs. Jas. Asa of Decatur, 111., gave birth to a baby girl. Thursday, November IS— W. P. Hempnill was admitted for medical care. Friday. November 20—Stuart Oxley of Algona was admitted for treatment. Saturday, November 21—Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff of Sexton gave birth to a baby girl. Saturday, November 21—Herman Myer of Lake Park, accident victim, broken hip and pelvis. Saturday, November 21—Frank Weber of Irvington entered as a medical patient. Saturday, November 21—Mrs. Ii. A. Johnson of near Algona, tonsil- ectomy. Monday, November 23—Mrs. Bernard Yeoman gave birth to a baby boy. Junior Class At Titonka Gives Play Titonkn: The three-act comedy play. "Through the Keyhole", was presented Tuesday evening by the junior class members of Buffalo | consolidated school. The cast included Ruth Welhous- en, Clarice Falk, Caroll Reaser, Lucille Peterson, Junior Hansen, Gerald Huber, Russell French, and Burton Hanson. Between acts one and two Patricia Ball sang two songs and between the second and third acts Maxine Peterson. Fern Oester- rcicher. Dorothy Peterson and Clark Miller. A clarinet quartette played four numbers. Titonka Bridge Club Titonka: The Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Carl F. Callies last week. High scores were made by Mrs. Miller Nelson, and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire and low score by Mrs. Lillie Wood. Mrs. H. I. Torgorson, Mrs. Harold Johnson Mrs. Lottie Kopplln. Rcglna, Canada, and Mrs. Lillie Wood substituted for Mrs. George Bonacker, Mrs. Earl Stott, Mrs. Will Boyken and the hostess, Mrs. Callies. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Giant White Pekin ducks and drakes, $1.00. Fox terrier and English shepherd pup- pics, cheap. Carrots, 60c. Table Queen squash, 3c.—Frank Kuhn, Lone Rock. 47- FOR SALE—One Spotted Poland boar. Long time vaccinated.—Roy Depew, West Bend, Iowa. 47* FOR SALE—Beautiful latest small Baldwin piano. In Algona. Must sell. Terms easy. Box 32, Mason City. <?* KOR SALE—Few Duroc Jersey boars.—C. E. Sigsbce, phone 20 on 96, Burt, Iowa. 47-48* FOR SALE—Roan yearling Shorthorn bull, purebed. White •lock roosters. Blood tested.—Jens Sorensen, Algona, Iowa. 47* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boara. Price $19.—Howard Witham, Algona. 47* KOR SALE—Resawed dimension umber. Two sawmills working. 3et our prices.—J. M. Norton, Sioux Rapiiis, Iowa. 47 FOR SALE—120 acre improved 'arm 2 miles south and 1 east, H south St. Benedict. Must be sold to settle estate. Good land and tiled.—Oswald Lalli,,r, LuVerne. 47" FOR SALE—A few good Poland China boars, cholera Immuned, one half mile east, three fourths mile south of Burt.—E. R. Woltz, Burt. 40-49* FOR SALE—Good Hampshire spring and fall boars. Also buff and barred rock pullets.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 45-47* FOR SALE— Pure tired Spotted Poland China boara and gilU sired by Silver Boy, a get of Silver King, first prize boar at Dea Mnlnes fair. Prices are reasonable. — H. E. Cummins, Dickens, Iowa. 45-46-47 FOR SALE—Good Duroc Jersey boars.—A. C. Bjustrom, Whittemore, Iowa, Phone 1131. 44-48* For Rent FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* WANTED—Reliable man to work this territory. Experience unnecessary. Car required.—& F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 48-47* WANTED—Young'man to service candy, gum and peanut vending route between Mason City and Spencer. No Investment required, but must have car and able to fur- niih bond. State reference*, age, and past experience.—Forrest R. Rook, ill Byron St., Marshalltown, Iowa, 4«-4S* General Hospital Tuesday, November 17—Mrs. Engstroiu of Algona, major surgery. ' Wednesday, November 18—Frederick WUlrett of) Algona underwent a toosilectomy. v Thursday, November 18—Mrs. E. H. Thomas ol Irvington, tonsil- tctoniy. Thursday, November 20—Mrs. Eunice Moore of Burt, minor gur- Ktry. WANTED—Guernaey or Holstain heifer* to freshen *oon.—Bernard Jensen, c-o W. 3. Bourne. Phone* Algona 11F32, Lone Rock, W3. 46* Loat-Found STRAYED—Hampshire spring boar, between fairgrounds and Phillips oil station in Wni. Durant THE NEW BABY GRAND A.C Console This outstandingly new 1937 B*by Grand Console R»dio will attract your Interest the moment you tee it. It's an ideal bedrbthn radio—call be tuned easily While sitting or standing. It's fine performance will amaie you. Among its features you •will find: • t Hand, forttgn ft«e*pK*n, Dbmcttic, PefiM and Antm- f*ur Staflant •'Genuine superheterodyne • Dt«p Ten* Dynamic Speaker Panel*, tide* end bottom • R. C. A. Licanitd CASH PRICE $1995 GAMBLE STORES Bod Barnard, Managing Partner'. Agencies at Bfltt & Garner Another Great Garment Trip To Chicago DOZENS and DOZENS OF NEW SPAEKLING, DASHING, AND ft CHARMING HOLIDAY SILK DRESSES Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size 182.60. Terms.—Blua- trom's. Aigona, Iowa. 8-tt WANTED—10,000 magazines donated for use of the boy* to _th* CCC camp at Bancroft. Leave magaiitn't at Smoke Shop in Algona or wiD call (or them.—W. R. McDonald cjr Phone 661-W. 47 It is barely three weeks since we completed a market trip but already ° ur stocks are depleted and we need more new merchandise. JUST IN TIME TO HELP YOU DRESS UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS This is the right time to buy a new holiday dress— while we have this v preat 'market trip' showing at amazingly low prices. » OUR FEATURED PRICE FOR THESE NEW DRESSES IS ON LY $8.95 And we have some new un- trimed sport coats in sizes 14, 16, 18 and 20. which are priced for quick selling at only $12^)6 and $18.50. The New Silk Dresses come in Spring bright colors of green, royal blue, scarlet, rust, raspberry (and black) and there are touches of erotic tifimming which fairly dazzle with THIS IB THE TIME AND PLACE TO BUY YOUR NEW DRESS r A Fur Coat For Christmas 1ANT ADS' BRING QIOCK RESUIP

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