The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona tipper Des Moinea, AlgonA, Iowa, Jan. 21,1937 Bargains for Friday and Saturday For Service on CLEANING and LAUNDRY Call 267 KIRSCH'S Laundry and Dry Cleaners Curtains Buy your spring needs in curtains now. Genuine "Quaker" lace panels or "Miller" ruffled curtains in new attractive weaves and patterns. VALUES-TO $1.75 Dollar Days Special $1.00 Christensen Bros. Co. PHILCO TUBES Retube with the world's fastest and most powerful Radio Tubes PHILCO BJUSTROM'S Special COOKIES Two Dozen WILSON BAKERY Phone 43 MARY WEST OF WESLEY, BRIDE LASTMONDAY United to Ben Matern; Couple to Farm East of Wesley Wesley: The marriage of Mnry, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo West. Wesley farmers, to Ben, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, took place at St. Joseph's church Monday morning, the pnitor. trip Rev. Wngcncr. officiating in fia nuptial mass. The bride was attended by her sister, MnrreUa West, and the diidegroom by his brothtvr, Frank Matern. A wedding b'-eakfast was served, iind a reception held at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Matprn will be at :iome on a fa ni east of Wesley. OVERCOAT DAYS Thursday and Friday Prices so low they are a pleasure to pay STEELE'S Clothes Shop TAFFTA BEDSPREADS Washable Colors green, rose and orchid. $2.95 Size 86x105 in. CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Women's and Children's OVERSHOES Black or brown Fleecelined 98c BROWNELL'S PLAID BLANKETS Double size 72x84 Good color range $1.69 CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Child's 3-piece SNOW SUITS of all wool, plain and plaid materials. Button or zipper styles. $4.90 Sizes, 3 to 6 years CHRISCHILLES & HERBST SPECIAL ^ 5 gallon 760 $3.59 5 gallon Fault. $3.09 JOHNSON'S D-X Service Station HOSIERY Special on service weight only, regular 59c hose— 2 Pair for $1.00 BROWNELL'S 1 Set DOUBLE TUBS FREE with each HORTON WASHING MACHINE Sold this week. NELSON HARDWARE Visiting in Texas Peter Soaberg and his slater, Marie, north of Wesley farmers, are visiting in Texas. They drove to Mason City, and took a train on Thursday evening. Relatives they will visit are a brother and sister, Charles, and Mrs. Anna Nelson, near Dayton. They will be gone three weeks, and some time during their stay they will go to Alamo to visit a friend, Mrs. Thora (Nels M.) Johnson, formerly of Wesley. Son to Cruises A son was born at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Friday, to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise, young farmers near Wesley. Vincent is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cruise who have farmed here for many years. Mrs. Jo<-ep'i Meurer. Sr., nntl her son, Luclan, Whittemore, spent Monday here with the family of her son, Joseph. John, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom, was sick with the grippe last week, but began school again Monday morning. The young people's class of the Methodist Sunday School held one of its regular parties Monday evening at the John Grattldge home. The Thursday bridge club met with Mrs. Zerbe last week, and Mrs. Julius Kunz won high. The club will meet this week with Mrs. JUvlln. The Howard Hansen and Tom Nelson families, Clear Lake, visited Sunday at the Theron 'Hansens. Howard also visited bin parents, the Carl Hansens. I The* Congregational weekly prayer meeting and Bible study was held Tuesday afternoon at the G. M. Dlmond home, and was conducted by Pastor Johnson. Julius Ktini, Davenport, spent the week end at his horn? here. The Frank Conley fvn'ly. Llver- rnore, sjcnt li'inrtay with Frank's mother, Mrs. Kate Kenn -rfy. Mr. and Mrs. Mauncc Oleson, who have been living in rooms at the Vincent Daughans, recently moved to rooms at the Reno Hotel. Mr. Oleson is the butcher employed by the Wesley Farmers' Creamery to serve patrons of the cold storage locker system. Beginning next Sunday evening, the Rev. O. Johnson will have charge of meetings sponsored by the Young People's society of the Congregational church and will continue a series of expository lessons on "The Seven Churches of Asia" as set forth in Revelations. Whittemore News Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and son. Bud. drove to Ames Sunday to visit with friends. They stayed over Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cnrmody of Emmetsburg were visitbrs on Saturday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver. Raymond Neu. son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu. who was confined in bed with malta fever for the past month, is reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan and sons. James and John were at Fort Dodge last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Geelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hockenberry and daughter, Velma, and Mr. and Mrs. Jensen of Mason City spent Sunday f\ the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell. Mr. and Mrs. Watson of Rodman and Elmo Barber and daughter, Margaret and son, Bobby, drove to Fort Dodge, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Barber, who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital. A miscellaneous shower was held at the Presentation Academy hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Pearl Higley, who will become the bride of Michael Besch, Jr., next week Tuesday, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinen and children of Detroit, Mich., arrived at Whittemore Sunday morning to visit at the home of Mrs. Reinen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen. Mrs. Reinen will remain for several weeks. Mr. Reinen returned to Chicago Sunday evening. Green, leafy alfalfa hay fed to hens in racks greatly aids in egg production during the winter months. Annual Meet Postponed Until February 6, 1937 NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that the regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders and Subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Article Ten of the ArlUIes of Incorporation. ihall be held Ir. Algona, Iowa, on, the last Saturday of Jan• • - - . NEW SPEAKER OF HOUSE WAS ONCE WHITTEMORE BOY Edward Reily, A Brother of Mrs. James Butler, Mrs. Fandel Whittemore: Word was received here by relatives that Edward Reily, a former Whittemore boy, was elected speaker of the House of Representatives at Washington. Mr. Reily. now a resident of Spokane, Washington, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reily. who formerly lived here, and is a brother of Mrs. James Butler and Mrs. Will Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Welsbrod and Grace Gibbons spent Sunday with relatives in Fenton. Rev. J. J. Hyland of Manilla. Iowa, spent a few days last week with his many friends here. Veronica Priester bf Algona spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester. Ethel Airhardt of Kansas City. Mo., is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Savage. Marie Ohm, who is employed at Algona, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leinenger. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau and son, Duane were at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Zinnell at West Bend. v Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Catherine Klrschbaum of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum. , ..... „. ..^. At a meeting of the Board of Director* on January 14. It37, It was unanimously agreed upon to postpone the Annual Meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company until February «, 1»3T. at 1:00 P. in Ir. the High School Auditorium bprause of a High School Basketball Tournament being held on January SO. 1937 at 1:00 p. rn. Tim board unanimously agreed that tt.ty wnitM meet In the High School Auditorium on January 30. liKJT. hnd trannuct the postponement of th« Annual Met'tirK until Keliruary ti. I'.i:i7. (Signed i \UIOSA cooi'r.r.ATivi-: CKKAMKItV <'0 M P. CHKISTIAN'SKN". •\ . \ Secretary. HUGO MEYER, WHITTEMORE, HAS BIRTHDAY, AN&-2 BIG DINNERS Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer enetrtained the Immediate families of Mr. Meyer Sunday evening at a 0 o'clock dinner. The occasion was in honor of Hugo's birthday, which was Tuesday, Jan. 19th. Among those who were the honored guests were Mr. and Mra. William Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, daughter Lucille, son Henry, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son Roland, Herman Behnke and Myrtle Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons, James and Edward of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Laeb and son, Duane of Lotts Creek. On Tuesday evening the day of Mr. Meyer's birthday, a number of relatives were the honored guests at a fl o'clock dinner, being the immediate families of Mrs. Meyer. Among those who were present were Mrs V. F. L)au and daughters, Mr. arid Mrs. Victor Dau and son. Mr. and MM. Frank Jergtns of West iltnd, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and daughter, Beverly Ann. Entertains .Mother Mr.i. Nick Ktding entertained a number of relatives at her home in honor of hc-r tnothur. Mrs. Lucy Wagner's With birthday last week Tuesday. Those who were present v.c-re Mr. and Mra Orval Wagner. .Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner all from St. Joe. Official Notice HEFOKB THIS BOARD OF RAIL- UOAU COMMISSIONERS TO THE C1T1SSKNS O*" KOS3UTH COUNTY: Notice la hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting; electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Interstate Power Company, Dubuque, Iowa, In the oftlce ot the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the Sta'e of Iowa; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along anil across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private l»n»s. (23** VBlt.) Beginning at the end of an existing transmission line or. the highway at a point approximately one- •lahut «i> •« sv «•»»• •*** «£»*»• southwest corner of Section Twenty-Six (1C), Township One hundred (100), North, Range Twenty-eight (2R), West of the 6th p. m.. Kossuth County, I»wa. thcste* west oi the highway on the south line of said Section Twenty-six (2(), and Section Twenty-seven (27), said Township and Hange. a distance of approximately three-fourths ( % ) of u mile. The rtoard of Railroad Commissioner* has fixed th« second (2r.d) day of February. 1937. ten (101 o'clock a. m.. In Its office at Des Molnen. Iowa, an the time and place for hearlnK said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must ho In writing nnd filed Ir. triplicate with this Hoard at least five (,1> (lavs before ihiip of hearing The Board of Roll road Commissioners suggests thai the nbjtctor he represented at the h»-arln(C bv someone who has full authority to act for It. Dated nt Des Mo lues. Iowa, January fi. 1937. HOARD OF TIATLTJOAII roMJtf SIONF.HfJ OF TUB STATK OF IOWA ATTKST J J Lynch. Secretary File K :*".! 2-3 SILK DRESSES Smart new styles. Values to $5.00 $2.98 KRESENSKY ' S One lot $1.59 DRESSES $1.00 CUMMINGS 5c TO $1 111 With Flu Mra Falb, mother of Mra. Elmer Bell la coniinuil lo her ttil with a bifgu of the flu and Oscar l j oirot has bccTi under the weather the past week, although Oscar inu.st liiive contracted more than a bad cold or the flu, for he didn't show up at the fox hunt Sunday. Never rnind, Oscar, there atill are a large number of fuxe^ around and we will all go again. Hazards of Travel Charles Nieman left for Bellevue, Iowa, the past week lo upend a week with his bister, Mra. T. H. Erneat, who lives on the home farm, where Charles grew to manhood. Charles said that it started to rain while he was in the southern part of the stale and after the rain it froze and the ground was covered with a crust of ice two inchea thick and it was hazardous for man or beaat to walk as it U quite billy around Bellevue. Charles had to leave his car and come home by rail. Mrs. Herman Miller and two daughters of Mallard spent the past week with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, spent last Thursday and Friday with relatives in the vicinity of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Sebers and son, Clarence of Garner were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. John Thilgea acompanied by Mrs. Joe Thilges and Mrs. Albert Schiltz, all of Bancroft, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. Aurelia Alig, Joseph and Paul Dahlhauser of Algona visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. IJahlhauser and the Roy Graham homes at West Bend recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Baunian and family of Ringsted, Mr. and Mm. Walter Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, daughter Lut-ille and son Henry, Jr, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. und Mrs. Erwin Struecker. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and daughter, Lillian, Leonard Meyer ,'ind Veronica Kangman of Bancroft were Sunday umner jjuests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Henry S< liultz. Mr. arid Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward, spent the evening at the Schultz home. Miss Fangrnan will spend the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ed Youngwirth. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kangrnan. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Klbert returned from a seven weeks' visit with relatives in Illinois last Thursday. Mr Elbert stated that it froze very little in the parts of the state he was in and muds roads were im- pasaablc and towards Dubuque there was u. crust of ice on the pavement four to live inches thick. Mrs. Margaret Elbert is spending this week in Algona with her 3ons. Ralph and James Elbert and their families. A number of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn gathered at their home Sunday evening to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. A-inong those who were there we/e as follows: Mr) and Mrs. George Meyer and family were dinner and evening guesta; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters, Arlene and Phyllis, Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert aod daughter, Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert and son, Freddie, Mrs. Mary Bruhn and son, Eddie and daughter Clara and Edward Lic-b of Algona. The evening was spent at cards and refreshments were served later in the evening. Notice of Sale Notice l« hereby given that the S< liool Board of German Town KoMsuth Cuurty. Iowa, will Hell at iiiihlic, nale uri Wed.. January 21 IV'I", at the Center School Mount fliuutrd on the southeast tiuarte of .Section »lxteen <16i, German Township, Kossutl. County, Iowa the name heing one (1) mile eas nnd four (4) ml IP a north of Tltun k.i the following described prop erty, to-wit: S<-hoot-house Iilutrlct No. 1 U xituiited on the southeast corner nt Section £ of German Town- chlp The school-house In IJO fei-t long, 20 feet wide and 8 fi-t-i high (Inside). The entry IH S feet wide and 2u feet long. The foa-1-houae IH 4 feet square will] C foot studdlriKH Hch.ool-house DlHtrlct No. 2 la Mlualini oil ",!IK nt,rlhw«,-wt <;orn- t-r of .Section 10, Oerinan Towi.- nlilu. The Hcliool-hou.te in 40 f. . t Imitf, 16 fi.'t wide and 9 !t-t't hlKh- The coal-hou»e la tf lui-t H<iuare and S fuel hlKh. Si-bool-holl.se l>intrli:t .No. U la .-ittjalt-d on the norlhweat corn* r ,,t rifctloii «. <jt_unan town- .-hll>. Till- Mc.l.ool-l, oii«e la 36 feet IOIIK, 1» feut wide anil U ;h and U IH plu.slered CRASH TOWELING Genuine "Stevens" P quality 18-ln. width, all linen crash toweling in either the bleached or unbleached. Dollar Days Special 6 YARDS FOR $1.00 Christensen Bros. Co. $1.00 Battery recharging. Set generator. Clean cables. Rental, 3 days. Vic's One-Stop Service GWC Coffee 25c seller 3 LBS. FOR 65c MOE& SJOGREN $1.00 Ignition tune-up, make car starting easier. Points, cables cleaned. Spark plugs adjusted. Vic's One-Stop Service 'FLANNEL ROBES 100 per cent wool Flannel Robes. These came in too late for, the holiday business. Worth $6.00 $3.95 KRESENSKY ' S WORK SHOES Values to $4.50 Trade Days $2.29 MISBACH'S PURE MAPLE Syrup Quart 59c MOE& SJOGREN FUR COATS CHRISCHILLES & HERBST This is the time to boy a new far coat. Prices are reasonable, and we have a good selection of sizes from 14 to 20. Prices as low as $68.00 One lot of $1.88 value DRESSES $1.29 CUMMINGS 5cTO$l ooleuft Thursday . Friday Only You'll appreciate this one. Smart checks and plaids In Our regular $1.95 quality fl n e woolen dress goods, 54-ln. wide. Dollar Days Special YARD $1.00 Christentfcn Bros. Co. SILK HOSE An excellent quality full - fashioned semi- sheer silk hose In the most wanted shades. Sizes 8 I/a, 9, 9 i/a, 10, A beautiful $6.50 Kitchen Stool with each' Glow Maid Range sold during balance of the week. A small deposit will hold any range or heater for you for March 1st delivery. NELSON HARDWARE DISCOUNT on all HAND SLEDS sold during balance of this week. NELSON HARDWARE Dollar Days Special 2 Palm for $1 -00 Christensen Bros. Co. Special Overalls 89c MISBACH'S :: SHOES :: Get your share of these. ABOUT 50 PAIRS of stylish quality shoes, In colors black or brown —values to $5.00. Dollar Day Special $1.00 Pair CHRISTENSEN BROS. CO. SHOE DKPT. lil(4( IH jjlu.sl The coal houae la 1- feet long, & feet wide, und 6 feet hl^li. .-I.I.UO|-I,OUM: Ulatlicl No. 4 In .-it tiii i ••'! on (lir norlliwt-Ht corn« i of .S'-ction 1'J, German Town- /-r.ip Thu ht tiool-hollH« l.s 4U f. , I Ions. 1'i feet wide and 8 I,. I hlifh. TI.e coal-hou.se la 10 fill IOIIB. 8 feet wide and 7 feet School-houne UiBlrlct No. 5 la .sliualt-d on the southeaat corner ,,f ,-i.cii..n IB. German Towu- .-,lil|.. The »cliool-hou.se U '.16 ft. I loli«. 20 leet wide ar.d 10 f'.-i-t hiijlj. Ti.e coal-houae la 10 f.-i-l long, 8 feet wide and tt ii feel high. .School-huu*t iJlatrlcl No. 6 la .situated on the eoutheaat corner nf .Section U. German Tuwn- slilp. The cchool-houae Is 3H ft, t lolliS, If) feel Wide aud » f,, i high. TI.e coal-houae la 12 fiui loiitf, lu feel wide and 6 icct lilfa'li The cual-housu Is 8 feet loliK. D feet Wide aud 6 feel hlKh. Kchool-houae iJlalrlct No. 7 is oltuaied un the auuthwest corn- t r of Section 25. German Towr.- alitu. The school-house U 28 K-i.-t lonjf, 1 ti feet wldu and V ft-ut hltrh. The coal-house la 12 fv>.-t IUUK, 1(1 feet wide and ( feel hlKh. bchuol-houae UUlrict No. 8 U situated on the suulhwe»t corner of Section 27, German Township. The «c.huul-bouse Is 30 feet long, 20 feet wide and > feel l>ln>>. The entry Is 20 feet l.jjjK. 8 feet wide and 714 feot \Agt.. The coul-huu£e Is ft feet IOI-.K, 10 feel wide and C feet And eight (8) circulating heaters, all lu good condition. These heaters will be on dls- [,Uy ui Center School House OU dav of sale. Bidding may be open or sealec bids .Sealed bid* will be accepted hy mid School Board up to Monday. January 25. 1»37, said sale to start with the highest sealed bid. The eight (S) school-houses above described have not been removed fro mthelr respective locations. . Terms—Cash. Sale starts at 1:00 p m. U. B. Prlngle, auctioneer. JOHN BOCKKLUAN, Pres. of Board G. D. WELHOUSKN, 8«c'y ot Board SILKS Thursday • Friday Only For these two days we offer an attractive assortment of printed silks in floral, conventional, and stripe patterns. Values up to $1.25 yard. Hollar Days Hpeclal 2 Yards for $1 .00 Christensen Bros. Co. Turkish TOWELS Pastel colored heavy weight double thread Turkish towels. This is a marvelous bargain. Dollar Days Special 4 FOR.... $1.00 Christensen Bros. Co. One Lot of Boys' HEAVY UNION SUITS 75c Values 39c Sizes 12, 14, 16 only CUMMINGS 5cTO$l SILK HOSE Full Fashioned First quality Service of Chiffon 2 pair for $1.00 KRESENSKY ' S SPECIAL Thursday Only Blue Foot, Genuine Cut Crystal MATCHED STEMWARE Tumblers • Sherbet* Gobletn 6 for $1.00 The Ben Franklin Store W. ¥. BUTLJBB, OwMT HALF WOOL BATTS 72x90 3-lb. weight Each $1.00 CHRISCHILLES & HERBST

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