The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper fl<M MotnSs, Algona, I ^ •- '.iifini iiii«iiniiii»iiiiiiTiiii5iimiimi[ : ^ r> - ^Vtttf ftttdlftg, Junior at the BMWi-oft high school, sprained her ftnkle while playing basketball on ftnadft? night She is able to be around oh crutches. John and dhanes Welp drove to tt«chester, Minn., Tuesday and Marguerite Welp, their sister, woo . lias been taking nurses* training there, returned with them. Mrs. Joseph Reoker, son John and daughter, Mrs. Merwyn Hold- bit drove to Bellevue Thursday to Attend the funeral of Mrs. Keeker's sister, Mrs. Conrad Ernest, Friday. The members of the W. C. O. F. held a meeting at the Forester hall Thursday evening. After the business meeting five hundred waa played. Mrs. Joseph Fox Won high score and Lucille Vaske won cut prize. Mrs. Wilbur FOX received low score. [jmsimas Tjinncr iN^r Sliced Big Twist . ^ 9c White or Whole Wheat Pkgr. of 12 Pan Rolls . 5c Iowa State Brand Creamery Butter Cake Floor Swansdown Sunnyfleld Flour N. B. C. Dandy Oyster Crackers - 2 Ib. 73c 44 ot pkg. 23c bag 82c Xmas Candy Chocolate Cream Drops, Gum Drops, Orange Slices, Peanut Brittle., or ..old ..Fi^«» A Xmas MIX, lb 1WG King Cole Brazil Nuts lb.' 20c Spanish Salted Peanuts lb. IOC None Such Mince Meat 0 9 02. L pkgs. —_ 25c CDDV N<r *' r Vegetable Or K. I Shortening 1 lb. can 21c 31b. can 59c 1.59 1 Ib. pkg. 16c Shredded Wheat 12 o*. pkgs. Dromedary V Dates 13c Dried 11 oc. pkg. Currants 14c Seedless 2 lb. pkg. Raisins 17c Clapp's Baby 3-4 ',4 ox. ens Food 25c Mixed Nuts lb. 20c lona four 16 oz. can* Lima Beans __25c Sultana 16 ox. can Red Beans 5c Red Sour Pitted No. 5 can Cherries 39c lona 3 No. 2 cans Tomatoes 25c Snow Whltrt Cotton Soft Tissue four 1,000 sheet rolls Seminole __.-_25c Kitchen 3-13 oz. cans Klenzer 17c Silver 2-16 oz. pkjrs. Dust 25c SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs. Helmke Hostess Mrs. P. J. Helmke entertained a group of young ladies at her farm home last Thursday evening, honoring her daughter, Frances, who was celebrating her 19th birthday. Various games furnished the entertainment and lunch was served by Mrs. Helmke. Post Nuptial Shower Mesdames Ed Baker, Clarence Scott and Mike Baker were hostesses at a miscellaneous post nuptial shower held at the Ed Baker home last Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Wm. Beck, formerly Miss Lucille Baker, who was married last Tuesday evening at Esthreville. About 25 guests were present Various games furnished entertainment and lunch was served by the hostesses. Surprise! Surprise I Mrs. Clara Carter planned to spend last Wednesday afternoon packing, preparatory to holding her sale Saturday afternoon, having sold her residence property during the summer to Ben Cassem, farmer, who takes possession Jan. 1. But the M. E. Ladies' Aid had planned something else for the afternoon, and at 2:30 o'clock 40 women walked Into Mrs. Carter's home— a complete surprise. When Mrs. Carter was discovered she waa found taking refuge In a clothes closet donning a frock. A pleasant social afternoon was enjoyed and a pot luck lunch was served. Mrs. Carter's plans for the future are not fully decided. . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins spent the week end at Minneapolis. August Helmke left by train on Tuesday evening for Los Angeles, California, to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler visited Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kesler at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds spent two days last week at St Paul and Minneapolis. C. W. Finch and his sister, Mrs. Emma Kooch of Forest City were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. Miss Frances Helmke returned last Tuesday from Des Molnes, where she had been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Aldrich. The past matrons' club will have its annual Christmas party with a tree and exchange of gifts at the home of Mrs. R. A. Bravender this week Wednesday. The Thursday club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wm. Leland. Mrs. A. H. Schuler had charge of the lesson and members responded to roll call with current events. Otho and Verle Kerau* went to Klemme Sunday to visit their par- ento, Mr. and Mrs. W. a Keraus. The young men ate nephew* of Mrs. T. F. Mitchell and employed at the Applequist grocery and Northern Lumber Co. PROGRAM AND PIE SOCIAL There will be a Christmas pro* gram, beginning at 8 o'clock p. m., Tuesday evening, December 23, given at Cresco School No. 4, tout miles south of Algona on 169. Ladies please bring pies. Lunch will be served following the program, Etta Bacon is the teacher. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Milk fattened Turkeys, alive, 18c Ib. Or dressed. 22c lb.—Mrs. Aaron Steussy, LuVerne, phone 8F13. B0» ""TRUCKERS NOTICE — Truck chains. All sizes. Lowest prices— Joe Bloom. Coast to Coast store. 80 FOR SALE-^Male Chow Phone 441-W evenings. puppy. 50 FOR SALE—Hampshire boars nnd barred Plymouth Rock cockerels.—J. C. Skow, Wesley. BO* FOR SALE—50 Manifold Heaters. Model A, Chevrolet 6, 1929 to 1936—Joe Bloom. 50 FOR SALE—20 Poland China Boars, wt. about 250. Good ones. Four miles north and cne west of Fenton.—Anton Vammen, Ring* sted, Iowa. 4MO* FOR SALE—Famous LTatro 6- volt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —Hegg & James, distributors, 23 H E. State, over Iowa. State-iBank, Phone 75, Algona. <9-tt FOR SALE—.Farm light plants and Batteries.—Hegg & James, 23H E. State St, over Iowa State bank, Phone 75, Algona. 49-tf FOR SALE—Improved 160-acre farm, 1H miles from good town in Hancock Co. Possession March 1, 1937 if desired. Some ternut^can 36 arranged. Inquire at thiJMJffice for further information. '4»-50« FOR BALS-^Purebred Hampshire boft«»>iW. O. Taylor, SMttiM. Iowa, pho*e 81F22. 49-50* FOR SALffl—m bred ewes, two to four ffftttt eW, 1 buck, 29 Hamp- HMtti iam^tii G Hutchlns, 3 miles east * tam MtftRK on McGregor St. 49-80* FOR SALS—A few choice Black Poland China bows. Priced to sell quickly.—Mrs. Julia Reynolds, Titonka. 49-50* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.—Oeorg* B. Strelt, Whlt- temofe, Iowa. 48-49* Wanted • WANTED—Reliable man to work this territory. Experience unnecessary. Car required.—S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 50-1* WANTED—Girl to help with housework, go home night Call 174. 50 DO YOU WANT A JOB OR A BUSINESS OF TOUR OWN If you can furnish the automobile for daily nearby travel then I have a fine proposition for you. A postcard request will bring you part- laulars. Let me have yours. E. H. JOHNSON P. O. Box 564 Wlnona, Minn. 60* Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium sice 182.50. Terms.—Bjus- tront's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Molnes. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* Practice on Xttias Program For Sexton Sexton: Practice was begun for the Christmas progtam Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hafvty SWvett and Mrs. Drusllla NobW are directors and Edith Greenfield* pfanist The children practiced Wednesday after school at the «cfcobl Bouse and the choir at 7:80 at the Harvey Steven home. Th* program will be given Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, at the church. Mrs. Sarah Wise spent Thursday at the Mack Wise home, -Mason City. A large number from this community attended Stanta Glaus day in Algona last Tuesday. The school children will give a Christmas program at the school house Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs. John Fitch of Owatonna, Minn., were visitors at the Ed Fitch home recently. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Raney of Algona. John Fitch is a brother Of Ed Fitch and also a brother of Mrs. Raney. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, Monday afternoon, December 14, at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named Phillip Eugene Anderson. Over 100,000 people can't be wrong in buying Radios from Gamble stores this year. The new Tone Column Coronado Radios lead the parade. See them—hear them— the greatest tone discovery in years. Other radios 19.95 up. BO Navel Oranges, size 288 doz. 19c Sweet Potatoes 8 Ib*. 250 Emporer Grapes 2 IDS. 2Jc Celery .~e*eh 14c Idaho Bos. Potatoes pit 43c Tone In "A A P Bandwagon" 7 to 8 p. m. Thurt CBS Network A & P ; Food Stores Receive Top Prices • for Horse and Beef ; Hides Algona Produce Phone 9 GENERAL^ ELECTRIC New G-E Refrigerators have just arrived .\OTICK OF REFEREE'S SALE I> PARTITION IN* THE DISTRICT COUP.T OF IOWA. IN AND FOR KOSS'.TTH COUNTY November Term. 1936 No. Iu495 John Zlnga. Elizabeth Gettman an<l Henry Uettman. wife and hus- iand; Henry Zlngg; Herman Z\ngig and Andrew ZinKK. Plaintiffs, —vs.— David Zinsg. Newton Daniel ngg and Ida Zlngg. husband and wife; Orover Cleveland Zlngg and Helen Zlngg, liusbai.d and wife: \Vm. Lunsirom, Guardian of the property of Orover Cleveland Zlngg. ini-unipetenl; Ludwig J. Urness, a single man. and Chas. W. Volke na administrator of the estate of Ani '/.\r.KK. deceased. Defendants. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale directed to the undersigned referee In partition from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa. Issued pursuant to decree of said court made and entered on the 24th day of November. 1936. In favor of plnln- tirfs ahove named and against each and all of the defendants, for th>. partition of the real estate described in plaintiffs' petition on file herein. I will, on the 31st day of December. l&3t», offer for sale to the hlKhest and best bidder the following described real estate, to-wlt: Tract No. 1~Ttta South H«Jf (SU,) of the Southwest Quarter <BW!4> (excepting therefrom a tract 12x13 rods In the Southwest corner for school) and also the Southwest Quarter (SWW) of the Houtheast Quarter (SEVt.) all la Section One <1> In Township Ninety-nine <»») North of Range Twenty-seven (S7) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. „ Tract No. 2—The North One Hundred Twenty Acres (N. J20A.I of the Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Section Twelve <12) In Township Ninety-nine i an i North, of Itangu Twenty- Keven (;7t West of the 5th 1'. M., Kocsuth County. Iowa, the sale to be for cash or upon such terms as may be approved by the Court, the uni)<;r«lBiied refen-e re- Hervlng the right to reject any and ull bids. That said sale will take plare ar.d hehl at the front door of the Court Mouse In AlBona. Iowa, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock In' the forenoon of the day aforesaid. Dated this 30th day of November, 11136. E. R. WORLKV, ,'.0-51 Referee. NOW... Cleaning Plus Moth- Prooiing-at No Extra Charge S AVE yourself work — bother — uncertainty. Use our new service — an improved process which makes your :lolhes moth-proof while Hxy an being cleaMd! IfJ the greatest thing in clothes care ever developed. And nest important of all, the cost of cleaning phn moth- .roofing is exactly the same as our former price for regular :(canii— stone. Every woolen garment (except knitted vearl JUT Monite Mcth-Proof Cleaning Process is guaranteed to be safe from moths for fully six months — or until it is again cleaned. Tiy this distinctive service today. Men's Suits cleaned, pressed and moth-procfed, only 95c Modem Dry Cleaners Phone 6S7 A Great Sale of Fur Trimmed COATS ANNEX You wouldn't believe that such wonderful coats as these could be sold for such a Sinall price. These are gorgeous, interlined wool coats, with beautiful fur dollars oi wolf, beaver- ette, raconette, opposum and many other good durable furs, in all sizes from 14 to 50-^black, green, wine, brown and mixtures, the most unbelievable values you ever saw— coats that sold up to $25.00 right at the time when you really want a new coat _________ - ------Included also are a few untrimmed sport coats and fur trimmed winter suits. We have gone through our entire dress stock and have shifted about 25 fine silk dresses from one price range into a lowarone. These dresses come in all colors and sizes and are the best values we have offered this year. Your choice for only •*! ',4! 4; V * i* { TV" : ?v i';.s 2 for $6.60 Also 25 $8.95 silk dresses from the Main store, to close out for only $4.88 I in time for Christmas giving! Here's a gift you -will be proud to give and one the whole family will be even more proud to receive. And best of all, a General Electric will keep on giving long after the thrills of this Yuletide are but memories. From brand new General Electric models you can select just the size and style you want, and know you are giving the finest, the thrittiest refrigerator in the world. • Come in and tee the&e new General Electric Refrigerators. BiiUiantly iryled cabiotu — advanced fcattue* of coDveoicoce nod operating economy — greater dollar for dollar value thaa ever before. Both Monitor Top and Flatop models— all powered with the Ltmoui *.a<:d-ia-ittel G-E THRIFT UNIT. Kohlhaas & Spilles Low Prices Terms New Low Prices Thurs. and Fri., Dec. 17-18 Daily matinee 2:30 Gallantry tpthe.Rescue! HOWD'Y MEN Have Courage and - - MEET A DRY GOODS STORE ROMANCE THRIVES IN TREACHEROUS DARING DAYS! 'THE LAST J OF THE " $ MOHICANS ^ -;'l -RANDOLPH SCOTT •vill HENRY WILCOXON • »^ B I N N I E BAKN Eb ' HE AT HEK ANCEL BHUCE CAB 01 Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Dec. 19-20-21 Continuous from 1 o'clock Sat, Sun., Mat 2:30 Moo,, •EET MC. TIE Ni« MHEi BROWN P01O JOC Ten years ago, we wrote a Christmas ad for the men about "Daniel in the lion's den"; since that time, men have got more used to coming into a dry goods store. But the thought of Christmas giving is still a bugaboo for the average man. Not so at Chrischilles & Herbst. Our salesladies are pleasant, courteous, helpful and as a last resort you can always ask for Herman or Chris. So have courage—come in and let us suggest something for "HER" Store open evenings beginning tomorrow night (Wed). And Now Those 'Unmentionables* And, getting right down to "cases"—besides the less intimate gifts of handkerchief at purses, gloves and hosiery, we call you*) special attention to a very unusual showing of gowns, teddies, slips and sleeping pajamas, in a variety of attractive styles ranging in price from $1.00 to $5.95 In the ready to wear department (second floor) you will find wool flannel robes in tailored models ranging in price from $4.96 to $5.96. Also bright, gay, colorful lounging paiamaa (2 piece) with black panta and green, i*d and yellow ''uppers''—practical, useful and gorgeous in sixes 14 to 20, at only $8.95 $10.95 a $12.85 aura NH • MM OMT • «MU i ttaw |M* » <•»«• ««M» • • "•— I'M. Httan All gilts will be appropriately boxed and wrapped, ready for giving—and you don't *v*n ask for this service.

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