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The Algona Upper Des Moines, AlgoH*, Iowa, Dec. 8> 1936 Charley Pooch Dies at Livermore diaries Pooch, for many years a well known Kossuth county man, died last week Wednesday, at his home in Livermore, after several years of ill health. He y^ss born In Rome, Germany, in 1864, and was in his 83rd year. He came to America In 1881, and worked in Chicago for a time, later coming to Iowa. He farmed for awhile in Rardin county and then moved to Kossuth county, where he farmed imtil 1909 in Cresco township, when he moved to Livermore. While living on the first place south of the Cresco church, • he was appointed deputy game warden and prided himself on making the hunters confined themselves to the strict letter of the law, or else they were "fined and double fined" as he told it. May 24, 1887, he was united in marriage to Anna M. Smith of Alden, Iowa. To this union ten children were born, five of whom With the widow survive: Mrs. L1I- Jian Mosier of Albert Lea, Minh., Mrs. Minnie Miller of Spokane, Washington. Fred of Algona, Herman and Mrs. Norman Scott of Livermore. He Is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday at 2:00 p. m. at the Livermore Presbyterian church, and burial in the family lot in Algona's Riverview cemetery. Rev, Wiggins of Livermore conducted the services. Hurt, Drags Self Block In Hour Hurt: When Miss Eva Whitney, primary room teacher in the Butt school, fell Wednesday evening and injured her hip, sh'e wns finable to attract attention, with the result that she had to drag herself for a block to her home, which took her an hour. Miss Whitney had been visit- Inn at the C. C. Smith home Just prior to her fall. Mrs. Condlt Bowie Is substituting for her until she recovers from the injury. Rewrites Of News From Last Friday's Kossuth County Advance Control your speed on slippery roads. Go slow—go easy—be careful—THINK. THE KIWANI8 CLUB Is offering cash prizes of $15 for first place, $7.50 for second, and $2.50 for third place for the best lighted homes in Algonn. A judging committee is to be appointed by C. H. Taylor, president of the club. No official entry is required. Judging will be Xmas week. Irving Urch, Dr. F. C. Scanlan, and T. H. Holmes won the honors last year. • • • ALGONA HIGH CAGERS de feated West Bend in both game: a week ago tonight, on the loca floor. The first team won, 30 t 18, and the seconds won, 17 to 12 Nieman and Pickett with fou Call Theatre, Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 10-11 Mne West in 'Go West Young Man' not for 1O years A GIFT IIEE THIS Not in • decade ha* there been inch • basically new cleaner u the Hoortr One Fifty Cleaning Enitmble. Utterly different in idea-m»teri»l-det!giv-«ndcooTen- iencea, Acleuerforfarniihiiigiuttellu rugi. Madewithtlnwoo- <* _ n x-v der-metal, nugnethna, * 1 O \J for lightneu. DeBracd * • Will wrapped for Chiittmu. DOVER CLEANING IN8EMBU Pratt Electric Co. GUARDING MADRID AIRPORT—A machine gun emplacement at the Quatro Vientos Aerodrome on the outskirts of Madrid. Rebel aerial bombers centered their attack on this field and were reported to have desroyed a number of Loyalist planes. irVWVWWWVWYVWJ WVWVVWWVWWVUWWWWVWVV5 Basketball AND Wrestling HIGH SCHOOL GYM Tonight—Tuesday, Dec. 8— 7 p. m. Algona vs Luverne (basxetball) 8:30 p. m. Algona va Grant twp. (wrestling) laskets apiece tied for scoring honors on the first team, while .ynk gathered in three. Neville vas the heavy scorer for the sec- ind team. Walker and Shellmyer jf West Bend led the scoring for heir team, and Collins did like- vlse for the seconds. * * * HAROLD ALBRIGHT, -21. was entenced to a year in jail by Judge Heald after confessing that he stole a load of oats at a farm near Curlew. He will serve the sentence in the Palo Alto jail. SHUMWAY * KELLY, local law firm, have moved their offices to the front of the Christensen Bros, building, formerly occupied by Murtagh Bros., on the same floor as they were previously located. • » • FOXES HAVE BEEN depleting the pheasant and rabbit crop in Kossuth county to such an extent that Conservation officer Pierce is considering organizing a drive against them. New States Cafe Opens 'Saturday After several weeks of remodeling and decorating the new States Cafe will open Saturday, December 12. The owner, J. W. Doerr operates a resturant in Emmetsburg and comes highly recommended, and with 20 years of experience in resturant business. Hia SMI, Wm. H. Doerr, has moved to Algona and will manage the cafe. FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* AVWI JANUARY Fur Sale In December ^ One Day Only Friday, December 11 Friday, December 11— 7 p. m. Algona vs Webster City (basketball) 8:30 p. m. Algona vs Burt (wrestling) ...yours with the new 2937 PHILCO FOREIGN TUNING SYSTEM Jutt bear this handiome new Phiico 620 Bjby Ciwui!' Sensational American and ForciKn reception . . . eaiy, accurate luniug giotlotu loot! And the price, (CM aerial, i» only .... '57.50 Heart Her Poem , Read Over Radio Margaret Durant, Algona poet, was happily surprised last Thursday, as she sat listening to the radio,'When her poem, "Oh Pioneer' was read over WMT, Waterloo. The poem won 'a prize In a contest sponsored some time ago by the Spencer Drama club and was later published in the anthology, "Flame on the tilll." CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Purebred Poland China Boars, both spring and fall. Vaccinated.—-.E. O. Mann eft Burt. Son, 49* FOR SALE5—20 Poland China Boars, wt. about 250. Good ones. Four miles nprth and one west of Fenton.—'Anton sted, Iowa. Vammen, Ring- 49-50* FOR SALE—Used Round Oak furnace, suitable for garage, poultry or hog house. Have bought another at a bargain. Will sel this one same way.—H. D. Hutchins, 619 South Jones, phone 205-W or 205-R. , 49 FOR SALE—S. C. Red and Barred Rock cockerels, cheap, blue ribbons.—M. Cranan, West Bend, Iowa. ' 49* FOR SALE—112 bred ewes, two to four years old, 1 buck, 25 Hampshire gilts,—L. C. Hutehlns, 3.miles east from Algona On McGregor St 1 49-50* FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6- \olt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —Hegg & James, distributors, 23% E. State, over Iowa State Bank, Phone 75, Algona. 49-tf FOR SALE—(Farm light plants and Batteries.—Hegg & James, 23H E. State St, over Iowa State bank. Phone ?5, Algona, FOR SALE—(Good purebred Duroc boars, new blood, healthy, no necro, vaccinated, $15.00 and up.— A C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 48-49* FOR SALE—Improved 160-acre rnvl^ miles from good town in Hancock Co. Possession March l, 1937 if desired. Some terms can be arranged. Inquire at this office for further information. 49-50* Sold only with Phiico High-Efficiency Aerial to Insure greatest foreign reception. EASY TERMS Other Models, £20 to $2 Largest Kadio Stock in Kossmh Bjustrom's Algoua HOME APPUANCKS Svveu City Mr. Harvey Howe, representing Newton Annis, famous Detroit furrier, will be at this store one day, Friday, December llth, with a full showing of almost 200 gorgeous fur coats. If you are contemplating buying a fur coat in January, Mr. Howe advises us (by long distance telephone) that he is authorized to make SPECIAL JANUARY PRICES, in all his fur coats, which he sells right from bis trunks. Prices range from $97.60 to $129.00 and upwards. If you are interested, call at the store FRIDAY, DECEMBER llth. A FUR COAT MAKES A WELCOME CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR SALE— Purebred Hampshire boars.—W. C. Taylor, Sexton, Iowa, phone 31F22. 49-50' FOR SALE—Used battery and electric radios, table models and consoles. Will sell cheap, must make room. AH in good working order. Open until 10 p. m.—Thomas Radio Service, Irvington, Iowa. 49 FOR SALE—Kitchenette table with chairs, $5. Child's bassinet crib, large swivel casters with spring and mattress like new, $3.50. G. E. Sun tamp, cost $80 new, $25.— E. H. Thomas, Irvington, Iowa. 49 FOR SALE— A few choice Black Poland China boars. sell quickly.—Mrs. tonka. Julia Reynolds, Ti- 49-50* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.-George B. StreiVWWt- temore, Iowa. 48-49* FOR SALE—Chester White boars purebred, vaccinated.—Aaron Taylor, 1 mile north Burt 48-49* FOR SALE—A few good Poland China boars, cholera Jmmuned, one half mile east, three fourths mile south of Burt.-E. R. Wolta,^Bwrt For Bent FOR RENT—A new 6-room house, -frlgidaire, electric stove, coal stoker. $40 per month.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 49 Skelgas Ranges EASY TERMS Bjustrom's HOME APPLIANCES Swea City Bright Gay Colorful New Cotton Print Linen Dresses New — just a little daring, but definitely inspired fashions that reflect the favored lines for Spring 1937. And here — literally by the dozens — in time to include several among your Christmas gifts. Gifts which will be doubly acceptable because they are so useful -so different — so reasonable in price. Come in this week and see the new cotton print and linen dresses — just arrived in stock in complete size and priced $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 A beautiful Martha Washington Ensemble (78 pieces) will be a free gift to every purchase* 1 of a Gibson Refrigerator. Charmingly decorated china—smart modern glassware—silver that carries a 36-year guarantee—all 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 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Me* dium size (82.60. Terms.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 8-tf et&&XOKI&0&&^^ IRW.POST Dray and Transfer • Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do *U kinds of draylng and hauling. 33-tf Yes-We're Cutting Prices Substantial Reductions on Coats, Suits and Dresses This is good news for many women who are waiting until prices "come down" to buy their new winter coat, suit or dress. These redactions apply particularly to the "better" garments—those exclusive, distinctive, one-of-a-kind garments found here. It has been three or four years since we have staged a 2-for-l sale and due to changing conditions there will be no such sale this Winter. The wide price ranges and difficulties in grouping garments make this famous old sale impossible. But you will find much of interest In these present HEDUCTIONS. While not ALL garments have been "cut"—the savings are substantial on those very garments in which you are probably interested. Exclusive furred DRESS COATS REDUCED Those fine fur-trimmed dress coats which sold at $68.00 are radically reduced—as are also the fur, trimmed "sport coats with beautiful racoon collars. You may buy ttifcse at January sale prices right now. Distinctive Afternoon and Evening Dresses R educed Here are the frocks for which this store is famous — those "better" dresses in blacks and dark shades which literally "radiate" style and individuality. You'l 1 find them now at sharply "cut" prices. Winter X and 3 Piece SUITS-HALF PRICE We have made short work of the six or eight remaining winter suits—beautiful fur-trimmed garments with that metropolitan "look" which formerly sold for from 129.75 to $40.00. Sizes 14 to 18 and one-of- a-kind suits—every one of them. Shop now if yen want to Get the Best Values Price* h*v« reached a low level and we are detennto- •4^MMM^««M4i)«» over to you, Instead of promot- ingft^oeTfrgeneral sale. Shop in comfort—get the — ^ niakeg shopping a pleasure. TH«81?,I|BPUCTIONS DO NOT APPLY TO FUR COATS which are sold at rock-bottom prices ALL DURING THE ENTIRE SEASON. We have a nice selection of attractive fur coats at prices ranging t» t:

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