The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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tflie Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 that VISIT TOYTOWN SEE THIS BIG SELECTION Wicker Handled China Bon-Bon Dishes i^ Women's Handkerchief*, 8 In box Il'tSe Men's Boxed Necktie* Manicure Sets , Brasswure lOc and Z5e Black Art Ware :..19c and Z5c 25e, 50c and $1.00 Chromium Ware J!8c Bath Powder lOc and 25o China Vases lOc Ash Trays lOc White Art Ware 25c Beauty Sets 25e Our Counters are loaded with the biggest and most fascinating collection of Gifts you've ever seen. Headquarters for Toys .Wo Give Green Stamps 'BEN FRANKLIN V. Butler, Owner How's Your Supply of PEERLESS (Chemacol Processed) COAL In this mad Christmas riAh, let's not lose sight of the fact that our greatest aid to the enjoyment of the day i.i comfort and health. Better take a look at your coal bin right now and be sure that your fuel supply ia sufficient to handle the bitter days that are due. You'll want a reliable, clean, efficient coal. That's just what you'll get if you order Botsford's Peerless Chemacol Processed Coal. Botsf ord Phone 250 Jim Pool, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacottson were Sunday guests of their friends Mr. and Mr*. John Smith at Iowa Falls. Harold Fetter and Kenneth Lf on left Monday for points In California. They Intend to take up Diesel engineering. Mrs. Josephine Sonthgate drove to Britt Wednesday to take cafe of her friend, Mrs. Alice Ellis, who recently broke her arm. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson Is substituting In the high school for Floy Morn, who is In Iowa City. Miss Horn teaches science classes. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller entertained at dinner last Tuesday evening for Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller. Mrs. Alwln Hoenhold and Mr*. Parks of l/akota spent Thursday afternoon as guests of the former's mother, Mrs. William Aalderks. Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Muhlemnn spent Friday at Des Moines attending a meeting of the executive board of the Wesley Foundation. Ellis McWhorter suffered a slight stroke, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter celebrated their golden wedding anniversary a short time ago. Nits Isaacson and Bridget Gaft- ney returned to Algona Wednesday evening after spending five days in Chicago on a business and pleasure trip. W. O. McCullough and Maurine spent the week end at Newton, where they were called by the illness of his mother, Mrs. R. F. McCullough. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson are located for the winter at 426 B. Broadway, Long Beach, California, In an apartment. Mrs. Ralph Valentine and Gusto Patterson spent Sunday at Whff- temore as guests at the home of Mrs. Martin 3ischeid. Mrs. Eischeid and Mrs. Patterson are sisters. Ruth McMahon of Garner spent the week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon brought Ruth home and took her back to Garner. Mrs. Anders Anderson arrived from Omaha, Sunday, for an extended stay with her daughter, Mrs. Martin Swanson, and to get acquainted with ther new grandson. Jimmie, Wilfred Renegule of Chicago spent the week end visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. He was on his way to Sioux City and Omaha, where went on business. Low Fares for the HOLIDAYS Every Day DECEMBER 1 to JANUARY 1 80-DAY RETURN LIMIT TRAVEL BY TRAIN Let the Engineer Do the Driving Comfort and Safety at Very Low Cost For full particulars, reservations, tickets, ask C. A. Joynt 614 N. Wooster Phone 615-W The Milwaukee Road Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Carthage, III., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt this week. They arrived last w*ek, and will remain for a week or more. Mr. Holt Is Chefs fattier Mr. and Mm. H. A. Rossman and two daughters, Phyllis and Dolores of Sanborn were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Rossman were former Algona residents. Mr. Mid Mrs. Russell Maxwell of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blelch and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon of Burt were Sunday din* ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker at Swea City. Mr. and Strs. «ert Deal will leave this evening for Davenport to attend a convention of the Master Painters of the state. The convention will begin Thursday, and the Deals will return Sunday. The quarantine sign Is to be removed from the Albert Grooters home, Wednesday. Albert Grooters' 11 year old niece, Laura Grooters has been confined to the house for three weeks with a \-ery light case of scarlet fever. Mrs. T. If. Holmes returned from Chicago, Wednesday evening, where she had been visiting a*t the home'of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred W. E. Rcssegule. W. E. Rasacgute is employed by the Continental National Bank and Trust Company. Lillian Meyers of Cedar Falls spent the week end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Caldwell. Lillian is a teacher In the Corwith high school. She came to Algona with another Corwith teacher, Miss Jackman, whose home Is in Emmetsburg. Mrs. G. W. Stlllman and daughter, Ann, spent the week end In Maxwell visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland. They accompanied Mrs. Fred Kent as far as Maxwell and she went on to Indianola to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. E. Graham. Mary Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster will be in the chorus when the Cornell College oratorio society presents Handel's "The Messiah" Sunday afternoon, December 13. One hundred sixty Cornell students will sing eleven chorus selections from "The Messiah." LONG DISTANCE WITH WINCHAROER EASY TERMS And Every New Exclusive Feature • T«U-T«1« Control* • Lightning Station Flndve • Split-Second R«-loc*Ur • Voio*-Mu*U> High Fidelity Control Keeps the Battery of Your Zenith Charged by Air Power Sp*cUl Fiic« —D« Lun Model 918; Utility Mod.l, $10 —only wh«a pvichtitd «t MB* ita* M rtp^ IMW Zenith EGOBOBIGA! YAIBB) fladio. 8*9ulu piicM . . , $44.80 «M| $29.80 These astonishing new Farm Models operate from a single 6-volt storage battery. They use no A, B, or C dry batteries ... no dry batteries at all. See us at once . . . Find out about this famous Zenith Farm Radio- Wincharger Combination. Thomas Radio Service Open Evenings until 10 P. M. tlflA'fl MOOT OOPIBD BA3 Irviiigton, Iowa Hospital News | &a0&cfa0&^jy^^ KoMoth Hospital Wednesday. December 2—Mrs. S. A. Hirn«r of Wesley entered a* a medical patient. Thursday, December 3_J. L. Camptotl and Ed Wilson of Swea City, accident victim*. Thursday, December 3—Mrs. Oscar Biuch of Ledyard underwent a major operation. Friday, December 4—Raymond Andersen of Algona entered for medical treatment. Saturday, December fr-Carl Babllng of Burt had bit appendix removed. Saturday, December 6—Mrs. J. Rosenmeyer of SL Benedict entered with an injured hip. Saturday, December 5—Mrs. John Kresbach of Swea City underwent an appendectomy. Sunday, December 6—Mrs. Henry Arndorfer of St. Benedict entered as a medical patient. flrncral Hospital Wednesday, December 2—C. E. Brown of Titonka entered for major surgery. Friday, December 4—Mrs. Eunice Moore of Hurt, major surgery. Sunday. December 6—Dolores Buerholt of Woden entered as an xray and medical patient. Monday, December 7—Mrs. Dick Sorensen of Algona entered for minor surgery. CORBESPONDENT8! PLEASE NOTE We had occasion this werk to obwrve several Instance* whore news item* that had been twnt to Hi* Advance, and pohllshrd. w-erp also gent to as by the same correspondents. And there have been numerous Instances where correspondents are sending In material that Is a week or more old, and that has already appeared In their own local papers, making It appear that they did not know about It until they read It themselves. The Advance and The Upper Des Moln<•« are not fully satisfied with the work of their correspondents, and unless a decided improvement In the speed with which news Is handled Is made evident, and the caliber of Hie news greatly Improved, there will be some changes made at the first of the year. We have repeatedly said we want as little duplication as possible In Ihe two papers, and urged correspondents to use the. telephone when necessary, reversing the charges, to get news to the first paprr possible, while It Is still news. U'e have nsk- ed for cooperation; we intend to get it. SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs. Boyd Anderson of Sheldon tame Friday to spend the week end Mr. and Mrs. Mark Clifford of Spencer spent Sunday at the home of the later's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender. Mr. and Mrs, Arlowe Carter and daughter of Fairmont spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Clara Carter. Mesdames Wm. Thompson, T. F. Johnson, Earl Hanson and G. Bueli i'earson were guests last Thursday a' the Herb Winter home at Gil more City. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Thomson end Carl Walker went to Mason City last Wednesday. The Thom- sons visited Mrs. Thomson's parents there. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten entertained several ladies last Friday afternoon honoring Mrs. Harry Berggren who is leaving soon for California to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wltte and two children returned to their home at Rockwell last week, after spend ing several days at the Ralph Waiker and Martin Dahl homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berggren are closing their home here for the winter and are leaving this week Friday for California, going first to StUl Diego to spend Christmas with Mrs. Berggren's sister, Mrs. F. E. Starr and family. The W. C. T. U. held iU annual Christmas party Tuesday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. J. J. Anderson with Mrs. R. C. Swanson as assisting hostess. Each .Ti ember invited a guest and took a gift for (be Benedict home at Des Moines. Cold Wave Here; Mercury Hits A -8 Sweeping down from the Canadian Northwest, th* first real cold wave of the winter struck northern Iowa, Sunday, plunging the mercury to eight below. The weeks' weather: Date High Low Snow Nov. 30 32 18 Dec. 1 35 24 Dec. 2 40 18 Dec. 3 35 20 Dec. 4 21 8 Dec. 5 32 8 3V Dec. 8 28 -8 IV Snow plows went out for the first time this winter, to clear roads over the week end. Pre-Inyentory Sale 30 Days' Time on All Rawleigh Product* Sold Before Dec. 21 Tiring In your lint of red liniment, cold tablets, laxative tablets, cough syrup, extracts, salve and ointments, shampoo, toilet articles, spice.s. pie fillers, furniture polish, soap chips, washing powders, colic and bloat compound, louse powders, roup remedy, liquid and dry dip, etc. TOP MARKET PRICE FOR CREAM, EGGS, POULTRY at the Old Stevens Stand Your Friend and Neighbor Chas. R.. Miller 49* 213 W. State St., Algona XOTICK OK KXPI RATIO* Of KICIHT OP HKDKMPTIOX CKBTiriCATB HO. MSI TO F. H. 8LAQLE: y /J, u .."I" 1 •* ch ' of you *•'* here notified that un the 2nd day of Vec- umbfr. 1»3S, tlie follow-In* denerlb- ed real >-»tate, nUuateil In the County of Ktttauili. Htute of Iowa towlt: .Strec'H l.<-twf.;n Jilorka ori<-- l.urujred twenty <IJ'i> and on*-- {, tl,,: city - .>ufjtv, l,, of van «ol,l l,y III- Ti.-.,«>.. . iilh County, low,!, ui.•]._•!• the |.ro- V^MOKK nt S--MKIH 7-",", ,,( ii,.- ):»:;.", ''oil,- of liiw.i, an.| [,m, l,a*--<l t,y vi: ions of S,-!-!!,^, T.':..',.fM • iJu.- .-uiij iJ».-Jm.|u.-Ht. «.•»). • "uni > i.s rio\\ 11.,. i.iv.- r nii'l l.ol.l'-r "t li,.- C.-|l I nc--!.;i-.- of ii,.. |,. a | ,-,.,. •1.•• . ill..-.1. II,.- rifjlit o !ion H-||| i-\[,in- at..I ,1 ,\,-, , (,. r <• -4l > .-!;»!.• win l, t . n,a,i.. i,,,- Ti«-a«ui-»r c.f K.-<<*ut!l <:,.ui,t>', !,,„., ii.l.-n/i !<•<!. in|,U,,11 m j,i.i,|«. wl'tilii nl/ifly <Jaj'« from the C',ini.|r(-,i »-r- Ml-- of llll.i liotl<-,;. l>a!.-.| tl,i» .0,11 ,) ay of Xov.-m- '»ct-, ia:;o. KO.-ijI'TJI COI'NTY iiy i-:. J. ui"n,i;i: I.-4S-4S ''outlty Auilllor it.. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma Why Not? Make the family a Christmas present of new bathroom fixtures or a new modern kitchen sink with all the dish-washing equipment. Replace those antiquated fixtures that are so hard to clean with modern ones, which are easily cared for and a pride to own. Colored fixtures are becoming more and more the vogue. See them on display in our shop. Laing & Muckey j Phone 464 !••••••**• N. Dodge St. • mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Even Santa Claus Chuckles He knows how tickled some good little house wife is going to be over what he*s put in his Christmas pack for her— An Electric Range! A gift that will give pleasure day in and day out for 365 days a year for years to come. Takes the uncertainty out of cooking with its automatically controlled heat. Before you write your letter to Santa Claus, pick out your choice of the electric ranges. On Display; at City Hall Payment* As Low as $5.00 per Month Closing As I am quitting the farm, and leaving the state, I will sell at public auction a mile and a half east and a mile and a half south of Oalbraith, three miles north and two miles west of LuVerne on the old Currant farm, the following property, on Thursday, December 17 Sale Starts at 1:00 sharp 6 Head of Horses 6 Two black geldings, 5 years old; one sorrel mare, 3 years old in foal; one black mare, 9 years old in foal; one fray mare, smooth mouthed; one gray gelding, smooth mouthed. 11 Head of Cattle tT Consisting of 7 milch cowa, three are fresh, one in February; three milking will be fresh in June; three calves; purebred Shorthorn yearling bull. 165 Chick ens 165 130 Leghorn pullets ready to lay; 25 old Leghorn hens, laying; 10 young roosters. Farm Machinery, Etc. McCormitk-f>tc-nng 10-20 tractor, good bhapt; John iJfirc H" two bottom plow, new this fall; A ft. McCorinick-iJtering bui'ler in good thai"-''- 10 ft tlist:; l-»ti. John Deere harrow in good shape; 2-row McC'ormick-lJteririg horau cultivator: 2 single-row cultivator*; 2 iliac uultivuturg; 1 triple box wagon, Lino running gtara; 1 huy r.n k und wagon; W ft. grain elevator; 1 bob sled; John Deere tongue truck corn planter. N'» 'M>: 10 ft rake-; 5 It. Mct'orinitk mower; one Itj" Krncrson auiky plow; one McOjrinkk-lHering potato planter with fertilizer attachment; one Hoover potato digger; one potato cutter: one Bagg potato aorltr; two platform scales; one Alato/nb brooder stove, practically new; one 10x12' brooder house, year old. 1U bu. 1938 i>uvd corn: 3 net breeching barneaii; one creuni tup irutor. One Jining table, four chairs and buffet; one center table 2 fuckers, one cot; one 9x13* lijj- oieuin rug; one breakfast .-.el, kitchen stovu, fruit j.ii.i 2 bc-fi btcau* and inaLlreiiea; ouu clrea.>t;r: one ciie»t of drawers; one sewing uiachu.c-; one porch table, other articles too numerous l'j mention. Kenneth Curran TERMS: Cash, or see your banker. Oolwell Bros., Aucts. Art Hof, Clerk

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