The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 N. W. Kossuth Farm and Land Sales Made HARRY HANSON BUYS 80 ACRES Helgason Sisters Buy Eeutzel Farm West of Swea City Swea City Herald: The sale of turn lands in Northwest Kosauth, which has been gathering momentum the lait year, apparently has straightened out into a steady stream of transactions. The ven- . dors for the most part are the in- •urance companies and other loan .agencies who foreclosed mortgages following the speculative debacle of the last decade. Occasionally, however, individual land owners who were not caught in the boon are letting their hold- Igs go. A typical example, is the purchase of the L. O. McNeil improved 80 acres northwest of Swea City which was bought Tuesday by Harry Hanson, who lives on the adjoining 80 acres, for $95 an acre. Mr. McNeill, after owning the farm, for some 80 years, decided to sell i after he had taken up other interests. Mr. Hanson, a former Armstrong land owner, has lived in this neighborhood the past year He has leased the farm land o both of hie places to Jay Larson who lives on the former McNei farm. Mr. Hanson will continu to live in his present buildings. The Helg&sons sisters, lone, wh teaches in Port Dodge, Marietta who teaches in Woden, and Mrs Virgil Blomater of Swea City, haw contracted to buy the former Hen ry Reutcel farm west of Swea Cit> on road 9 of the Chicago Join Stock Land bank. Numerous other sales have been completed, or are pending. Of in- terst to old-time residents of this part of the county is the news that the Paul Cody* will move to their farm northwest of Fairmont which they bought some two or three years ago. The farm in Eagle township which the Codys have occupied for some 30 years, has been •old. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devine of near Hutchins. Announcement cards of the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Matthew O'Connor of Parsons, Kansas, on Nov. 16th, were received here by relatives and friends this week. The infant was bap- i.znd Rose Ann. This is their first child. Mrs. John Geishecker went to Parsons and was one of the •-•ponsors. Mrs. O'Connor will be better remembered as Stella Bormann. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann of Algona. Kutschnrn of Clear Lake was at Sexton a few days last WEST BEND NEWS ace Mr. and Mrs. Thns. Lawman and family of Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grogan and two sons and Mrs. F. Grogan »mrt son, Carl, all of Des Moines, spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker. W. H. Daubendiek and daughter, Eletha, drove to Remsen, Tuesday and on to Calumet Thursday. Mr». Daubendiek and Mr. and Mrs. Nevins Cuplin drove to Calumet Thursday and all spent the day at the ST. JOE NEWS Rev. Father Carl Ernst from Oto, Iowa, visited with friends here on Wednesday. Raymond and Alfred Thilgcs spent the week end with friends at New Hampton. The music pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school presented a recital Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. T. McGuire and the Edward Hermanns are driving new Chevrolet* purchased last week. Thanksgiving day was observed in St. Joseph's Catholic church with High Mass and benediction at eight o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tliul and daughter, Ilean of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Thui home. Mrs. Gales, Mrs. Bert Shirley anc Jake Gales and son from Gilberts ville visited with relatives las week. Mrs. Gales is the mother o Chris Gales. Mrs. GUE Bosalis of Cherokee spent Thanksgiving with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Len ertz and with Mr. und Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding nnc family and Margaret, Puul anc Andrew ErpcJding were Thanks giving dinner and supper guests of Lena and Anna Altmun of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tiiul from Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Thoma, Becker and daughter, Betty and Ray Becker were Sunday visitors at the James Becker home south of Burt. 0 Mr. and Mrs. George Harris und family and Mr. arid Mrs. John Harris from Mason City were the Thanksgiving dinner guests at the John Thui home. Mrs. George Harris is a cousin cf Mr. Thui. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips und son, Francis, from Cluremont. Minn., arc visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Bernard Devine accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devine and family to Des Moines Wednesday to spend the day with Ruth Devine who ie attending school there. Ruth ' —»• ^-^___ ^^ ^g^ ^^M Story... It's The Same Old We Have Values That YovTWiH Find Hard to Duplicate *2.98 COASTER WAGON, l.-ir-c size. ,-o]] t >i lioariii"-, 10" wheels, nil steel lindv, at ' Health-O Meter Bath Scales $2.95 Safety Razors, as low as <j5c Electrical Gifts Washing Machines Vacuum Cleaners Toasters Waffle Irons Percolators Irons Corn Poppers Hot Plates Mixers Heaters Sandwich Toasters Heating Pads Clocks What Shall I I Give Him or Her This Christmas? Only Fourteen More Shopping Days Left To make shopping easy for you, we have made a list of Christmas items that we have in stock. Take this list and check the articles that you are interested in, and bring it to the store, and we will be pleased to help you in making your selections. 49c FLASHLIGHT, handsome two cell/ Evt'ready with batteries included, at ___ * 18-qt. National Pressure Cooker $15.00 Coleman Gas Lamps, Lanterns $5.95 Sporting Goods House Furnishings "*T» 4. f^ ^^ Cutlery Pocket Knives Safety Razors Razor Strops Shaving Brushes Shears Scissors Household Knives Toilet Clippers Bread Knives Butcher Steels Cleavers Carving Sets Casseroles Alarm Clocks Watches Wrist Watches Shot Gun 22 Cal. Rifles Air Rifles Duck Calls Camp Axes Thermos Bottles Lunch Kits Insulated Water Jugs Fishing Rods Reels Baits Flashlights Battery Lanterns Roller Skates Coaster Wagons Kiddie Kars Tricycles Shoe Skates Skiis Hockey Sticks Sleds Stove Dept. Dutch Oven Ranges Glow Maid Ranges Glow Boy Circ. Heaters Ray Boy Circ. Heaters Duo-Therm Oil Burning Heaters Mixing Bowl Sets Cake Decorator Sets Cake Savers Canister Sets Bread Boxes PyrexWare Aluminum Ware Enameled Ware Stainless Steel Ware Beater Sets Food Choppers Coleman Gas Irons Coleman Lanterns Coleman Lamps Drain Tubs Tools Hammers Saws Grinders Vises Levels Measuring Tapes Automatic Screw Drivers Automatic Drills Hand Drills Braces Auger Bit Sets Pliers Wrench Sets Nelson Hardware

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