The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 25
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 25

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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AHHIKFOU Holm «f BoOand fa the ud oapabfe, Mid we poreeot boneat field man for *ht> AfeMa newspapers. DM past week Lewis has been vtaitknx tdBa in tfae Titooka vicinity, and making dacens of new friend*. This i» bis first venture tattf tfae territory of Knarath north of highway 18. His territory when tfae papers had two men working i«f 16. : turned M new --, i and about 45 *e- •nmb te The Afeona Upper BM Uataes from the Tttonka which we caqpnM nSmt«l the year is sob- ——— ^mmmwf BBBBaa ^var- aotiees fa •OHM Job. . , •• always appreciates itt <HflMaV JUI^BiB^MAiB^Mik —** ••!. •w '^r^wBBi wH^nnonn csoflK tip « tteir oxpiratioo date, and MM Mo the offlee or man raiptty. WeVe j «or lo*d beat to pubUah » IMper more than worth the ••••», Mjd oant help hot feel tutted when our subscribers «iwe as a vote of oonfldeuoe by The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 Rewrites Of Hnwt from.La*t FridayV County Advance KIWANIS CLUB is offer- tag cash prices of $16 for first Place, |7.60 for second, and S2.60 for third place for the best lighted homes in Algona. 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. AIX30NA HIGH CAQERS de-l feated West Bend in both games, « week aero tonight, on the local floor. The first team won, 30 to M, and the seconds won, 17 to 12 Nieman and Pickett with four baskets apiece tied for scoring honors on the first team, while Lynk gathered in three. Neville was the heavy scorer for the second team. Walker and Shellmyer Of West Bend led the scoring- for their team, and Collins did likewise for the seconds. HAROLD ALBRIGHT, 21, was sentenced to n year in jail by Judge Heald after confessing that he stole | a load of oats at o farm near Curlew. He will serve the sentence in the Palo Alto jail. * <f> W SHUMWAY & KELLY, local law- firm, have moved their offices to the front of the Christcnsen Bros building, formerly occupied by Murtagh Bros., on the same floor as they were previously located. • • • TOXES 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. II. S. SENATOR L. J. Dickinson of Algona was in Washington, D. C, cleaning up matters before turning the office over to his successor, Clyde Herring. Dickinson said he planned on taking a rest before considering his plane for the future. • * * C. H. LICHTY, LuVerne, is one the oldest business men in point] of continuous service in Kossuth county, and felt spry enough last week to come to Algona and do A SURPRISE! This 16-page tabloid section is something In the nature of a surprise, for ourselves us wel M our reader*. Our staff, In a dither of wanting to do something different, decided to tabloid part of tin- paper, and here It is. WV call special attention to tfae Santa Claus Letter contest, with cash priies and two subscription* offered to winning letter writers and the suooeMful matchers of Xnws stamps found in ads in this section. We would also appreciate Iwaring from our readers as to how ftaey Dlic a tabloid Hut page. little vteiung. Mr. Lichty Is now in his 79th year. t; R«y Priebe, w uw ,i and Madeline Larson, Decorah - Ellen O'Nei], Weslej-, and James Roach, Garner; Helen Hawkins Doan, and a Mr. Nelson, ot Om- S ^ ^, e ^i ; Libbie Trc P l ow and Richard Hawcott, Burt. * * * r "^^ 51 YEAKK - Mr. and Mrs. V , Utton of AI e°"a were honored last week by a dinner at the home of Mrs. W. E. McArthur j daughter of the Duttons ago tonight. Other officers elected were A. H. Behrends, worthy patron; Mrs. Casey Loss, associate matron; George St. John, asi ciate patron; Mrs. H. D. Hutchin* secretary; Mrs. L. K. Keith, treasurer; Mrs. T. P. Harrington, conductress; Mrs. C. H. Taylor, associate conductress; Mrs. E. W. Lusby, member Temple board. ™-elected- worth'y mat^o^f 1 ^ >- *.. t>. at a meeting held a week Mrs. Joe Coscrovc, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Josie Thomp: .•: of LuVcrne. and her brother, Steve Finn of Peru, Indiana, return Saturday from a visit with another sister, Mrs. Frank Dau of Stillwatcr, Minnesota, since Wednesday. Sir. and Mrv M. JDoffy attended a house-warming at Whittc- more Thursday evening in honor of the former** brother, Hugh Puffy, who was married recently. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA. »*«w hOSSUTH COUNTT, Sa 1E523 Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from tlie Clerk of the District Court of Kosauth County. loVa on a judgment rendered in said " r \ <"J th « Z«h day of Novem^e? C. in favor of Home Owner*' Uosn iuoration as plaintiff, and asainf. Orin Stdrdevant ar.d Noy Sturdevant. husband and wife, as defend- in ts, for sum of one thousand seven lundred thirteen and 32-100 ($1713 . 2) Dollari. and costs, taxed at Sev- nty and 95-100 (|70.»5) Dollars and! costs, 1 have levied upon I the following- described real prop, erty as tie property of the aald Orin Sturdevant to satisfy said «ii- cution, to-wit: Lots One i\\ in Block Elsht (8>°of the Ordinal Town of Lakota, KoMuth Co'tity; And I will proceed to tell said property, or »o much thereof M may be necessary to »atl«fy aald "ecuWon. with co«t« and acerulruf e»t bidder, for ca^h.'°S'_h t 2 r d. eo S'fhi *n at —, «SL ¥;?? v.*"l! 0 ^ere *** e *H^" CARL DAHLHACSER. SherllT of Kossuth County Iowa. Suim-a B n y SciagS?^' SSSS' Plalntirs Attorney. 4»?W> 'JULCltO We have spent no end of thought and ttme building up oar holiday line of B ood s . We are sure you will find Jnst the right merchandise «iid nt just the rig^ht price, and we win rarely try and please you. You Are Bound to Get a Thrill in A New Holiday Dress Our Silk Dresses are simply gorgeous. The newest styling, the smartest colors, complete sires from 11 to 40, including half sizes, and only $4 to Knit Dresses Knit dresses in two-piece garments of all different types of weaves and materials Beautiful new colorings, lots of size* 1.98 to 7.50 Cotton Dresses Colorful cotton dresses and smocks. Just the thing for home wear. Washable of course, and pre-shrunk. 98c to 2.98 Who Wouldn't Like a New Pair of SHOES Select a pair of n ( . w fashionable Shoes for a present W every member of the family "W e will p-larljy refit thorn after Xmas." TJi'e qual- Hy is irund. ihe style riirht, ----and 1 he prices .i\\- On Your Xmas List /m Silk Lingerie A fh'irminj; selection of lingerie for your appro- val ~ Sllps - Gfnvn ". Dan- ™"es. Panties—from 49c *« S1.98. Pictured is a eorgeous satin gown at Pajamas are featuring Rollins Pajamas this season. They are the most serviceable garments you could imagine, and Rood looking nnd w;irm too. Priced Heavy colorful Beacon Robes Quilted Robes of soft Rayon satin Kiddies' Sheepskin House Slippers $ 2.98 $ 3.98 $ 5.95 >ers Black and colored kid $ D-Orsays, soft soles, 4-8 Hvy felt slippers with $ leather soles, rubber heel Brocaded satin slippers pretty color, leather so'le Beautiful fabric gloves, black, brown, green, Dubonnet and' navy at 98c Warm lined leather gloves In black or brown, slipon or snap style at $1.19 and $1.69 Imported kid end capeskin gloves. The smooth fitting kind —black or brown at $1.95 and $2.95 The kind of hose you're proud to g,ve ... and the kind she £ves to wear-Rollins, of couse Extravangantly sheer and crystal dear with runstop and la- cey tops. 59c 79c $1.00

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