The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1936 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 1, 1936
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The Algoha Upper Des MoineB, jUffina, Iowa, Dec. 1,1686 ROVER WINS 2 AT ARMSTRONG Crirls Drop Cage Hit by 39 22; Soys Lose, 36-15 Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' basketball team was defeated on Thanksgiving night on the home door by the strong Plover sextette by the score of 39 to 22, In the first quarter the Armstrong glrla kept right up to the Plover team with the score standing at 8 to 7 In favor of Plover at the end of the first quarter. After this the Plover girls got away to a big lead. •The score at the half was 17 to 7 In Plover's favor. After the half both teams were still going strong and at the end of the third quarter the score was Plover 27, Armstrong 15. The Armstrong girls tried very hard to conquer the points between their margin and Plover's but it was quite in vain. In the second game of the evening the Plover boys conquered the Armstrong quint 36 to 15. In the first quarter the Armstrong boys were held scoreless to Plover's one field goal. After this the Plover boys outclassed the Armstrong boys. Irvington Ladies To Serve Supper Wednesday, Dec. 2 Irvington: The Irvington Ladles' Aid will hold a public supper and bazaar at the Irvington church parlor on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Serving will begin at 5 p. m. More table room has been installed and there will be plenty of chicken for all. Quilts, pillows, aprons, fancy work, candy and groceries will be on sale. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley visited a few days the past week with friends in Jewell. Donald Frank! returned to Sioux City Sunday afternoon after having spent Thanksgiving at home. E. H. Thomas family spent their Thanksgiving at Parkersburg, with Mrs. Thomas' brother and family. Cook's orchestra will play for a dance Dec. 4th at the Irvington hall, to which the community is invited. Matt Eichen of Minnesota visited BARBER SELLS 2 CREAMERY TRUCKS Whittemore Co Op. Will Operate Own Trucks and Routes Whittemore: The Whittemore Farmers Creamery company helc a special meeting recently and In a deal with Elmo Barber they purchased his two cream trucks and cream routes. Mr. Barber will devote all his time to transfer trucking. Mr. Barber has had charge of the cream route for six years. Ralph Fandel and Erwin Bargman were the successful bidders for the job as truck drivers. Bargman has been on the cream route for some time and both men are efficient in hanling the job in first class shape. this week end with friends in this vicinity. He formerly lived on the farm where Steve Loss now lives For Discriminating Givers To compliment your own taste as well as the taste of the person to whom you pive, select a pift from the James Drug Store. No other gift can quite compare with the gift that comes from this BETTER store. Syroco wood Roseville art pottery vases, all colors, sizes and shanes at Syroco wood plncques. cigar boxes and tobacco containers at Beautiful floral designs and sha- dowcraft designs —also lovely religious pictures at 90cto1.49 50cto2.75 89cto3.98 Leather sets Stationery Heavy, rich paper and envelopes in gift packages at Men'* leather bill folds, key containers and travel case* at 49c to $10 49cto1.25 Parker Pens and Pencil Sets Micromatic Parker Fountain Pens and Pencils, also desk sets at 2.00 to 11.00 See Our Window Displays! James Drug Store Entertain Husbands The members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies' Aid society entertained their husbands Friday night at cards nnd lunch at the Lutheran school hall. The society was divided into four groups with eleven in each group, who will serve each month and entertain. Cards were played at 15 tables Friday night Will Miggins of Belmond spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higglns. Frank Bestenlehner and Joe Fleming were in Algona on business last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Billings and family of Indianola, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burdine. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family spent Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wagner of St. Joe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Heinrich, Sr., of Addison, 111., who spent a week iwith his son, Fred and family, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Baas of Storden, Minn., spent Thanksgiving day with relatives here. They remained over the week end. Harold Knecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht purchased a truck and has taken over the Mid- Continent service truck delivery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reimers and family left Wednesday for a week's visit with the former's sister and family. Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt at Dun- dec, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, daughter Lillian and Leonard Mey- -r were dinner guests at the Will Kueckcrs, West Bend, Thanksgiving c*ay. T'ie Erwin Bruhns, Mr. and Mrs Edwin Greinert and daughter, Ver- dcll, MIES Alice Dau wire Thanksgiving dinner guests at :he George Meyi r home. Mr. and Mrs. Car' Johnson, their daughter, Edith grid son Carl, Jr., from Floyd, spi;nt Thanksgiving day and the week end with the Herman Voights. The Young Ladies Sodality of St. Michael's parish held a card party at the Academy hall, Dec. 1. Lunch was served and a dance was held after the card games. The Methodist Ladles' Aid and Birthday club will hold a bazaar and chicken supper at the Academy hall tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 2nd at 5:30 p. m. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale SPECIAL! 1930 Chev. coupe good tires, new battery, new paint $135, a snap; also two 1934 Ford tu- dors, $335; 1935 Chev. panel, $375; two 1930 Chev. coaches, $150; 1929 Ford tudor, $110; 1931 Chev. trucks at $125 to $150.—Kent Motor Co. 48 FOR SALE—Good purbred Duroc boars, new blood, healthy, no nec- 10, vaccinated, $15.00 to $20.00. A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 48-49* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.—George B. Streit, Whit- trmore. Iowa. 48-49* FOR SALE—Circulating heater. —Robert H. Bell, 924 E. McGregor St. 48' FOR SALE—What nicer present •ould you give a young man or wo- ninn now in school than a portable typewriter. Underwood and Corona-Smiths on display at The Upper [>c\3 Mo:ni«i office. 45* FOR SALE—Chester White boars purebred, vaccinated.—Aaron Tayor, 1 mile north Burt 48-49* FOR SALE—1.000 bushels Seed 'orn. Early Learning. Reid's Yel- ow Dent and Hybrid 942, selected before the frost.—A. W. McDonald, Box 262. Hopkinton, Delaware county, Iowa. 48 FOR SALE—Used radios. Lots of them. Consoles as low as $7.00. All reconditioned. These sets have been traded in on the popular Zenith Radios. Open evenings.— Thomas Radio Service, Irvington. Iowa. 48 FOR SALE—Zenith radio, 1937 models, $24.95 and up. Open evenings.—Thomas Radio Service, Irvington, Iowa. 48 Automobile Loans ARE YOUR CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. Our Rate* Are Extremely Low. No Indorse™ Required Western Credit Co. 206 Fact StaU- St. Algona, Iowa 44-E. O. W.-tf sr<"'° 'j^ •frfr**' W jJS A Million Maidens Yearn for This Romantic Love Gift This Christmas — -Santa Clous • 1 sweetheart, '.'.T J ' i daughter — y^ The Gift That Starts i a Home FOR SALE!—Purebred Hampshire boars. Prices reasonable.— J. C. Skow, Wesley. 48* FOR SALE!—Plywood covered trailer. 6 ft 2" long, 4 ft. wide. 40 in. high inside box. Inquire D-X Station. 48 FOR SALE—Cheap. Bear fur robe, good condition. Also man's cow hide coat. Phone 886-J. 48 FOR SALE—Few Duroc Jersey boars.—C. E. Sigsbee, phone 20 on 96. Burt, Iowa. 47-48* FOR SALE—A few good Poland China boars, cholera immuned, one half mile east, three fourths mile south of Burt.—E. R. Woltz, Burt. 46-49* FOR SALE—Good Duroc Jer- rcy boars.—A. C. Bjustrom, Whittemore. Iowa, Phone 1131. 44-48* St. Benedict Bride Guest at Showe St. Benedict': A mlscellaneou shower Was given Sunday after noon at the School ball, honoring Mrs. John Kutachara, the forme Lucille Simon, who was married re cently. A large crowd was in at tendance. She received.many use fu! and beautiful gifts. Cards wer played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer in bridge am Mrs. Geo. Nauman in five hundred A delicious lunch was served later in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hennlger of Waterloo spent Thanksgiving day with the letter's mother, Mrs Mary Pasbender. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stuessy and two daughters of Mason City were Thanksgiving day guests of :he letter's mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. I E. F. Arndorfer accompanied by Mrs. Anna Huschka and Joseph Eisenbarth, spent a week ago Sunday at Whittemore at the Lawrence Keene home. Bernard Arndorfer, Ann Siemer of Wesley, Joseph Eisenbarth anc 3has. J. Caspar!, the latter two of Wisconsin, spent from Monday to Thursday at Morgan, Minn., at the Anton Eisenbarth home. Miss Ann Wltte of Des Moines came Saturday to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Witte, and brother, Joe. She also visited her father Saturday, who is a patient at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Werner and family of Rockford, Iowa, spent Thanksgiving day at the parental John Grandgennet home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer and their daughter, Phyllis also spent the day there. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, daughter, Patsy and Aug. Huschka drove to Halbur Wednesday evening to spend Thanksgiving day at the Theo. Potthoff home. They were accompanied home by Francis Raskopf. Joseph Eisenbarth and Chas. J. Miscellaneous Caspar! left Friday evening for their home at Beaver Dam, Wls., after spending the plrf. ten days here. They came' to attend the funeral of the former's sister, Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Fellowship Talks The subject of Fellowship, and its meaning to the Ofgariieation was the topic for discussion Monday noon at the Rotary club meeting. Brief talks were made by Russ Waller, J. P. Overmyer and Mart Weaver. A beautiful Martha Washington Ensemble (76 pieces) will be a free gift to every purchaser of a Gibson Refrigerator. Charmingly dec- crated china—smart modern glassware—silver that carries a 35-year guarantee—ell yours free with the purchase of your Gibson Refrigerator. This gorgeous set is advertised in the Saturday Evening Post at $40.00 retail. Offer closes December 24, 1936.—A. H. Fuchs, Bancroft, Iowa. 48-49 For Rent FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf« FOR RENT—A new 6-room house, frigidaire, electric ''stove, coal stoker, $4O per month.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 48* FOR RENT—New six room brick home, garage attached, oil heat, automatic hot water, on paved st. Call Geo. L. Miller, tel. 109. 48* Wanted WANTED—Will buy your old horses; shipping every week. Not traded off.—Wm. Durant. 48* WANTED — Upholstering and furniture repair work.—Walter Elbert, 703 So. Wooster, Algona. 48« 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 furnish bond. State references, age. and past experience.—Forrest R. Rook, 111 Byron St., Marshalltown. Iowa. 46-48* WANTED—Guernsey or HoUtein heifers to freshen soon.—Bernard Jenson, c—o W. J. Bourne. Phones Algona 11F32. Lone Rock. 923. 45* Lost-Found Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size J82.50. Terms.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tt TREE LIGHTS 29C A complete loop itrand of 8 light* wl'ii bulb, included. A real value! Outdoor Light QQ-, Sets, 7 IK lights .V^C .STRAYED IN—Bay horse, wt. i 1200.—Louis Bode, phone 2F111. 4S« | BEN FRANKLIN vv. V. Butler, Owner] COME IN AND SEE OUR GLORIOUS NEW LANE CEDAR CHESTS < omsrvamiJy modern in deijga wiih 4-picce mmuhed w«Jaw jump c«altr ptaa tad 3-picce lajuched. quutucd w«Jout oa tiihcr jide, (utidca by jtcautac OULT. c riling Sfecu, iThii modern chest bu 6«uxtd walout saunp ccatcr pud UMd with matched 4 /• *7f* oricautl woodt and mMqucur 114 j*\ uuws. Auiom»iic ruins up . i AW* I v PRff MOTH INSURANCE POLICY GIVEN WITH EACH LANE CEDAR CHIST Give Furniture - The Lasting Gift Foster Furniture Co. About 378,000 men in Iowa buy mo»t of their food from A. & P. because they find they ran get the bt»t food in our store* and utve money. On the other hand the farmers and producer* of Iowa sell us about $24,000,000 worth of Iowa product* every year becatue they can make more money by belling to u» than to anybody ebe. If we can help the men make money, and help the women have it, we must be doing a pretty good job. loua State Brand CREAMERY BUTTER Ib. 35c Fnc-i.t Beet 10 Ib. cloth bag Sugar _______ 49c Rich & Full bodied 2 !b». Red Circle ___39c Full Standard Quality IONA TOMATOES ____________ 23c Blue Ro*e 8 Ib*. Fancy Rice 25c Ext* 11 Soda 2 Ib. pkg. Crackers 16c Aon Van Camp'» three !• M. CM Beans 17c uith pork SPRY Ilbcan23c 3 Ib. can Me Big Value 2 No. 2 can» lona Peas _ ___ 19c doz. can* (1.10 Sultana four 14 oz. cam Red Beans __19c White or Whote Wheat A. & P. PAN ROLLS . _ _pkg. of 12 5c Sultana Peanut 2 Ib. jar Toilet 0 cake* Butter ... ----- 25c Protex Soap . _25c Suunyneld 5 »b. bag Washing Powder if. pb«. Pancake Flour 25c Gold Dust - - 15c GRAPEFRUIT, »ize 112 _____ doz. 35c Emporer Idaoo KuMet p""tf Grapes, _ 2 Ibs. 23c Potatoes ____ 43c A&P Foot! Stores Use our lay-by plan—pay 10$ now and balance December 19th. Toys of all kinds—Dolls, Toy Furniture, Dish Sets, Doll Buggies, Games, Trains, etc. Everything for the children at extremely low prices. NOTICE OK EXPmAflOJI OP ni»HT or nErjEMPTio* CERTIFICATE XO. JOTT TO E. F. RAHM: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of December, 1935, the following described real estate, situated In the County of Kossuth, Stnte of Iowa, to-wlt: Lot one (1) and Block eight (8) of the village of St. Benedict. Kossuth County, Iowa \vns sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Jowa, under the pro- vl.*ona of Sec. 7255 of the 19SB code f lown, nnd purerased by Kossuth County under the provisions of Sec- Ion 7255-B1, for taxes due and del- nquent, said Kossuth County la now he lawful owner and holder of the Ce-tlflcffte of Purchase of the real 'state above described; that the Igrht of redemption will expire and i deed for said real estate will be made by the Treasurer of Kossuth County. Iowa, unless redemption fs made within ninety days from the ompleted service of this notice. Bated this 20th day of Novem- ier, 1936. KOSSUTH COUNTY By E. J. BUTLER. 7-48-49 County Auditor. WOTICH Off BXprRATtOJ* OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION CERTIFICATE WO. 1031 TO F. H. BLACH.B: You and Mtofr of you are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of December, 1D36. the following described real estate, situated In the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, towlt: Streets between Blocks one* hundred twenty (120) and one- hundred twenty-seven (127) Call's Addition to the city of Algrona, Kossuth County, Iowa was sold by the Treasurer Of Kossuth County, Iowa, under the provisions of Section 72B5 of the 1936 Code of Iowa, and purchased by Kossmh County under the provisions of Section 726B-B1, for taxes due and delinquent, said Kossuth County Is now the lawful owner aitd holder of the Certificate of 1'urchase of the real estate above described; that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for safd real estate will be made by the Treasurer of Kossnth County, Iowa, unless redemption Is made within Now Open- I hare opened a grocery across from the Athletic Park* at 623 East State St. and invite you to call. —Mrs. Louis Lynk East End Grocery 48* ninety days from tl« completed s«r- "&& th thl" 0 «J8& -ay of 47-48-49 t County Auditor.. Large Selection of DOLLS Every One a Darling! Cute dressed dolls . . . cuddly baby dolls . . . large lifelike dolls . . . adorable tiny dolls . .. you'll find them all at the store, everyone ' waiting to thrill a little girt on Christmas morning. 5c to 98c BEN FRANKLIN |W. V. BUTLER, Own* " ' • ' ' "^^••^^••^•^^^•^•^•••^•^•••^•^•••••^••••^•••••^••^•^••^•^•••••^•Mi^i^H Charming New LIDAY DRESSES Are Here - - - ./•" Daringly Different There's a certain "festive" charm about these new, youthful, mid-season silk dresses,Just arrived from a recent Market Trip to Chicago. The individual, puffy sleeves, of net and metallic effects; the wide, flaring skirts, the attention to neck detail—all combine to make these attractive holiday frocks an entirely different "look". There are plenty of colors, although black still holds the center of interest and there are all sizes from 14 to 44. (Even the size 40, 42 and 44 have come out boldly with strikingly different lines). Remember these are "hot" numbers, just developed withinthe hist two weeks as an answer to every wonran's prayer for'"something new" for Christmas.. Prices range from $8.95 to $12.85 and up tp $16.95. Come in and these beautiful dresses. Fur Trimmed . Winter Suits Reduced Our entire stock of fur trimmed winter coats are now on sale at prices which command attention. In other words, you may now buy a three piece winter suit for just the price of the swagger coat which comes with it. Browns and mixtures, sizes 14 to 20, priced as low as $16.75 (for 2 piece) and up to $29.75 (for 3-piece). More New Untrimmed Sport Coats The recent Chicago Market Trip brought a number of new untrimmed sport coats into our stock—mostly in sixes 12, H and 16—and all in greys and oxfords (the season's sensational shade). These are the smartest eoata we have had all season, with tailored lines yet emphasis- ing the wide shoulders and narrow waUt lined. Mostly with belts or Princes cut, some plain grey, others with small cheeks—but every one a beauty and just what you* have been waitin g for. Buy an ANNIS FU oow - A good selecUoi and additional coats by wire from Detroit.

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