The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona ffEEef Pea Moiflss, HARNESS New Stock of both Black and Tan Harness just arrived—both Breeching and Back-pad. All our harness carries a guarantee as to the quality of leather and workmanship. Should any strap prove defective we will replace it at any time. See this new line of harness before you buy. Orders taken for now or later delivery. These Harnesses Can Be Had On Our Easy Payment Plan Terms Kdhlhaas & Spilles Monkey Wrench x We are going to throw a monkey wrench into the machine that is talking higher prices. A bombshell of bargains will explode at Neville's Shoe Store in a few days. The bomb Is all set and Just as soon as our new stock of goods arrives we will light the fuse. While traveling men and some merchants are talking higher prices, for the life of me I can not see any legitimate excuse for It. All my spring stock is bought at old prices. In fact, I made some of the best buys for spring that I ever made in my life. We bought about ftX) pairs of ladles' novelties in .ties and high front pumps In all colors. Are they ever i? They are the wildest bunch X ever dared to . Yet, these new fancy shoes hav* all the Inside ifort construction of the arch support lines. We vrtll "Srer them at VtM and can honestly say they are better shoes and have more snap and fit than the slippers we sold last year for $2.98. They are being shipped now and will all be here by the 1st of February- We are very proud of our spring shipments in both women's and men's footwear. We are looking forward to a big business on these beautiful shoes and oxfords. Christmas trade was much larger than we expected. They bought nearly everything we had. This store made a real clean-up. Not an old shoe or an old rag of any kind left to run a January sale on. We are filling up the shelves with new goods as fast as they come in. We have buried Old Man 1936 and are now working with that young fellow 1937. Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA WEST BEND CARS LOCK HORNS IN SLIGHT MIX-UP Editor's Wife and Peter Mertz at Helm of Machines West Bend: An accident occurred at the corner by McForland'B store Monday when Mrs. Frank Koch, driving their car, hit the car driven by Peter Mertz. Mertz was going west toward the creamery and had the right of way, accord- Ing to witnesses. No one was injured. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos spent Sunday with Mrs. Boos' parents at Rolfe. Raymond Wilson has been confined to his home with an attack of the flu. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler left Friday evening for Miami, Florida, for a month's stay to enjoy the sunshine. J. C. Boos received word Monday of the death of a sister at Valley Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham took him to Ankeny, Tuesday, where his son, C. H. Boos, lives. From there he will attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Falb, and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark attended the funeral of Mrs. Clark's nephew, Harry Thatcher at Ruthven, Saturday. Mrs. Clark remained for a loger stay with her brother, who is alone. Swea City: Preparations are being made to entertain 206 members of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall on Thursday night, Jan. 21, at the Joint meeting of the Kossuth county members. Vic Stueland of Forest City, will give a talk on "Safety on Iowa Highways." A motion picture film, "Iowa Patrol" will be shown in connection with the address. Community singing will be lead by A. B. Tweeten. A bass solo will be given by Renn Kluger; Xylophone duet by Irene Dourte and Arlette Skromme. Don Hutchison of AI- gona Is Kossuth county commander and Mrs. Graham of Burt is Auxiliary president. Cecil Griffith is local commander. Mrs. Gladys Barker is unit president Refreshments will be served and a dance beginning at 9:45, featuring Swanee's Orchestra of Whittemore as the dance band, will be held. All members In the county are Invited. Visitors From West Are Guests at Swea Homes in Past Week Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Erickson of Yakima, Washington, have been visiting at the homes of Mrs. Victor Eckholm and Otto Jensen the past week. Mrs. Erickson will be remembered here by old timers as Miss Anna Munson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs* Nels Munson. Mr. Erickson is head of the E. E. Erickson Fruit Co., shippers and packers of Yakima Valley apples. Woman's Club Offers $10 Prize For Best Essay The "Composition Contest" for Iowa club women, sponsored by the Literature Division of the I. P. W. C., has been extended to February 10. A prize of $10.00 will be awarded at the Sioux City biennial in May for the best description of an Iowa beauty spot or historical place: the composition should not exceed 400 words in length. The winning essay will also be included in an Iowa guide book to be compiled by the Iowa History division. Three typewritten copies of each essay submitted should be sent to Mrs. P. J. Klinker, Denison, Iowa, by February 10. Theae copies should be signed by a pen name and accompanied by one sealed envelope on which is written title and pen name. The envelope should contain title, pen name, real name and address and name of club to which the writer belongs. This is an opportunity for Kos suth county women to do a bit advertising for the county and It hoped that many will respond. OTOSEN MUSIC Three Parts to Novelty Presented Last Friday Evening Ottosen: A novelty musical program was given Friday evening in the high 9chool,fludttorium by the high school students. The program was as follows: Part I — "When Grandmother Dreams", by the following cast of characters, grandmother, Alice Thorsen; dream figures, Lola Watnem, Fae Van Busklrk, Mae Van Busklrk, Mildred Knutsoh, Barbara Clave, Mar- jorle Kramer, Harold Henrlkson, Leo Wehrspann, Elliott Kinseth, Marvin Leist, Dennis Purdy, Louis Clave; scene, grandmother's garden, June, 193$, twilight; Part H— "We SWay with Fae's Swlngsters; swingsters, HaroW Henrikson, Joseph Leltl, Donley Jacobson; step- sters, Mildred tfnutson, Gladys Lo- vlg, Mar jorle Kramer, Mae Van Busklrk, and Frances Enockson; director, Fae Van Busklrk; songster, Lola Watnem; fceyster, Barbara Clave; Part HI—"Negro Minstrel, "Ah Feels Lak a Wild Irish Rose," cast of characters, Stepln Fetchit, Connor Starin; Malinda, Melvln Bratland; Morning Glory, Marvin Llest; harmonlzers, Leo Wehrspann, Elliott Kinseth, John Hanson, Harold Henrikson, Dennis Purdy, Louis Clare; scenery, Jas. Moore, Kenneth Sween, Frances Bergum: lights, Loren Bakke, ushers, Garmon Adams and Nelle Welter. Creamery Board Meeting The creamery board meeting to discuss the proposed locker refrigeration system has been set for Saturday, Jan. 23. Training School The second of a series of training schools for leaders of the home furnishing project of the Farm Bureau extension service, was held Wednesday of last week from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. at the home of Miss J. Iva Moats. In the absence of Miss Nora Workman, home furnishing specialist, who was 111, Mrs. A. L. Brown of Algona, gave the lesson on Loom Weaving. A pot luck dinner waaiserved ; at noon. This meeting was held for leaders from Harrison, Swea, Eagle and Grant townships. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis visited relatives at Buffalo Center, Sunday. The Past Matrons' club met on Wednesday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. Arthur Christensen. The married couples club met on BANCROFT NEWS (P9Qtyx&&ao^^ Helen Stattleman | Guest dt Shower *4 Joe: A prtvnflptla! shower was given Sunday afternoon In St Joseph's hall for Helen Stattleman, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Joe Sta- tleman. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially, trices were awarded to Mrs. Charles Plathe and MM. Cap Koolhaas for bridge and five htmdred respectively. Susan Frlderes was awarded door prize. The brlde-to>be received many useful and pretty gifts. A delicious lunch was served to 100 by the hostesses. Miss Stattleman will become the bride of Peter Nellls of Whittemore in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 8:80 Tuesday, Jan. 26th. . Geo. Jentz, Fenton, Is Birthday Guest Fenton: Friends and relatives surprised George Jenta at his home. Saturday evening, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. Five hundred was played at five tables with Will Jenta winning the high snore prize and F. F. Mueller the low. The guests brought well ailed baskets and a delicious luncheon was served late in the evening. Quests Included, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. fi. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jentz and Mrs. Arthur Mueller! Telephone Office Change, West Bend West Bend: Miss Yvonne Johnton, who has been employed as tookkeeper at the telephone office, las been hired aa one of the book- lepers at the Hakes Produce Co. still have some of that old-fashioned »KW *«*« * BUCKWHEAT ; Titonka Losers Treat Winners Titonka: The high scorers of last season's auction bridge club entertained the lows Friday evening Jan. loth at the Homer C. Downs home. The hosts were Mr. Mrs. Homer C. JDowns, Dr. and and Mrs. R C. Ball, Supt. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon. High scoring couple was Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong, low couple, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed. Supt. Hoon had to be absent on school business, and Mr. and Mrs. Beed substituted. Other members present were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Drench and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 'etersen. last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. Following a 6:30 o'clock dinner bridge was played. High scores were won I by Walter Bovis and Mrs. John | EcWund. Mrs. Walter OUsdorf. and two sons of New England, North Dakota, are spending this month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson, while her husband, Dr. Gllsdorf, is at a Minneapolis hospital for special study. R. A. Bravender left Wednesday of last week for Los Angeles, California, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bravender. Going the northern route by rail, Mr. Bravender plans to return by way W. J. Hood, Billy Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hood drove to Clarion Sunday to see Mr. Hood's brother, who Is seriously ill. A oahxers' meeting was held at the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Deiterlng are the proud parents of a son born Monday. This Is the second child and first son in the family. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp drove to St. Cloud, Minn., Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Welp's aunt, Mrs. Frank Guide, who died Monday. John Sheridan broke his leg at the ankle while skiing Sunday afternoon. Dr. Egan set the fracture Mr. Sheridan is able to get around on crutches. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy entertained the following at dinner Sunday eve* nlng: Messrs. Ed Kennedy and John Kennedy of Hutchinson, Math Kennedy and Dr. Roscoc Kennedy of New Hampton and Leo Saund era. Mrs, Eva Kennedy entertained the following at dinner Monday noon: TBd Kennedy and John-Ken nedy of Hutchinson, Math Kenned and Dr. Roscoe Kennedy of New Hampton, A: W. Kennedy, Peter Wilhelmi and Leo Saunders. Let The Wind Whistle Black and White Tweed Fleece Lined Windbreaker JACKETS \Vatcr awl wiwl proof SPECIAL, THURS., FRI., & SAT. BOYS' Ray Bonacker and little daugh- er, Dian, are 111 with the flu. Will Boyken of the Savings Bank of the southern route. Mrs. Arthur Anderson and the Misses Lulu Haglund, Anna and Mildred Linde visited last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Anderson at Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. Anderson U the former Miss Dorene Llnde. Mrs. Earl Huffman and daughter, Ceraldine, visited her father, John L. Campbell, in the Kossuth hospital at Algona, last Friday. Mr. Panama 1855. e.«* was transacting business in Des Moines Tuesday. Mrs. Ben A. Pannkuk is somewhat improved and others who lave been ill with the flu are well again. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Will Stott to Oilmore City Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. French drove to Minneapolis, Tuesday, to attend a lumbermen's convention in session this week. Dr. and Mrs. Roy C. Ball left eax|y Tuesday morning for Des Moines to attended a two-day veterinarians' convention. Mr. Honkin of Thompson la the new manager at the Mid-Continent oil station. He began work Monday, replacing John A. Bleich. Word was received here early Tuesday morning of the pausing of Mrs. John Sc-hrader of Britt from heart trouble. She had been ill about a week. Mrs. Schrader was the mother of Mrs. Will Boyken. Word was received here from Mrs. Herb Winter of Oilmore City that they were moving to Moun Vernon. Washington. They expect eil to be there by Feb. 1. Mr. Win ter will be in the employ of John Vuux, a former Swea City res ident. Campbell has been confined in the hospital since Dec. 3, when he received a fractured hip in an automobile accident Planted Potatoes While in Florida Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs. C. . Robinson, daughter, Ruth and J. Lowman, Sr, arrived home ast Friday from a three weeks' i.iit with Mrs. N. R. Robinson at Oneco, Florida, L. J. and C. N. Ian ted potatoes while there and lew potatoes and peas were en- oyed by all for Christmas dinner, ifildred Robinson, who accompani- d her grandmother home last fall, ame back with her parents. The tarty visited Miami and swam in he Gulf. BARGAINS USE THE WANT ADS FOB QUICK BESULTS ANNEX KILK DBE88EH In MV L* about 26 good this Matton'* model* to cJu*e, only $1.98 Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA, KOHHUTH COUNTV, 88. 16531. Notice la hereby given that by virtue of .Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the DIs- trlct Court of Kocauth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 2Jrd day of December, 1936, In favor of Home Owners Loan Corporation as plaintiff, and against Lev I Joel Hendren and Gladys Hendren aa defendants, for the »um of One Thousand Four Hundred Five It 41-100 ($1405.41) Dollars and 'coats, taxed at Hlxty-seveh and 08100 (|67-08) Dollars and accruing coats, I have levied upon the following described real property an the properly of the said Lev I Joel Hendren and Gladys Hendren to satlafy said execution, to-wlf. Lot Sixteen (16) of Flar.er Kstate (being the Southeast Quarter (HBV4) of the Southwest Quarter (8WU> of the Northea.it Quarter (NEK) of Hectlon Fourteen (14) and the west threc-nftha (3-5) of Lot One (1) of Auditor's 1'lat of Government Lot Two I-), Ir. Hectlon Fourteen (14) All In Township Ninety-five (95) North, Hange Twenty-nine (2») Weal of the 6th K M.. Koaauth County. Iowa. And I will proceed to aell said property, or tto much thereof aa may he necettuary to satlafy said execution, with coata and accruing coats at public auction, to the high- em bidder, for caah. In hand, on the 10th day of January, 1937, at the east door of the Court Houae In Algonu, In Koasuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of «ald day, when and where due attendance will be given by the un- dernlgned. Dated this 30th day of December, 1936. CARL DAHLHAUHER. HiierlfT of Konauth County. Iowa. By C. J. CULLEN, Deputy. Fred J, Keefe, Plaintiff's Attorney. 3-4 BARGAINS ANNEX Lsut clean-oat prices on 28 WINTER COATS both fur and untrlm- med, sixes 14 to 48. $8.95 They wont get any cheaper BARGAINS Classified Ads For Sale HORSES FOR SALE—Team young brood mares, 3100 Jbs., team geldings coming 3 yrs., 2600; one smooth mouth horse. Two miles east of Uerled on pavement and \ mile north.—Doc Behae, Lakota. 3-4 FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6- voit Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —Hegg & James, distributor*, E. St&U st-, opposite AJgona Produce, Phone 75, Algona. 1-tf FOR SALE—20 vaccinated Hampshire gilta.-<Carl Hutchin», phone 24F3. 3* FOR SALE—150 Leghorn pulleU, full production. 1 young Guernsey tow. frenh. Phone 7F32. 3 FOR SALE—Torrid Aire heater, good aa uew.—Paul Palmer, 425 N. Hall St. 3* FOR SALE—When in need of Sargent's feed, i/ocmc Aaron Taylor, 8087, Burt - FOR SALE—Small Piano, party paid. Sell for balance. %& monthly. May see in Aigona.—Factory Distributor, Box 32, Mason City. 3* FOR SALE—Farm light plant* and Batteries.—Hegg & James, E. State st, opposite Algona Produce. Phone 75, Algona. 1-tf ANNEX 25 DOZEN NEW 80-BQUABE PRINT COTTON DRESSES don't miss this exceptional bargain-value for only 98c all sizes FOR SALE—A complete, officially audited s*t of blank form* that will make the keeping of Social Security information easy. Priced $4, complete in binder.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 61* For Bent FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. sa-tf* Wanted WANTED—Job for general housework. Experienced girt-— Frank Youngwirth, LuVerae. 8* Miscellaneous RADIO SERVICE—Special attention to battery operated receivers.—Hegg & Jame*. E. State *t oppoatte Algona Produce. 1-ti FOR, SALE—380 acres in Franklin Co. Well improved. On Highway No. 10. Two 240 acre farms and 1S3 acres in Mitchell Co. Small — — ———— down payment. Balance 30 years Save that cream with a V«*« atP- at low rate interest. Pow*»*ion I «*at«- ?•*» M«WS* March 1.—O. a An4crsofl. Fo«#l|dium «iM IfeM. City, lA,wa. a-3-jtrom 1 ". Alton*, to AKRE 10 pounds for 66c Did yon ever try DENT* MOOfcft s*Afl«i!*tl with Meat Balls? It is a real good meal. ... ~... ...-, Our "WJlttO QOTLiV CXMFFIMB 1« the best ever. , 3 pound jar 96c ..MESAS SEEmJBSS GRAPBtfRUiT, nice, large site. 12 for 36o . "RICHELIEV" and -BABY STtlAlW art certainly two of the best brands of eatables on the market Always Sold At AKRBM5 Phone 290 or 891; Use our free delivery service when possible. "The false friend it li\e the thadow Of a lutwud. JANUARY 22—Reconstruction Finance Corporation created by Congress. 1932. »-KanW • Nebraska bill introduced In U. 5. Senate, 1854. 84—Gold discovered In California by Suner, 1848. 25—Springfield. Mass., r-\ arsenal attacked In AA Shay's rebellion. 1787. 28—Holley converter lor makina Bessemer steel patented. 1869. 'i7—Edison receives first patent on incandescent lamp, 1880. uvwwuvww Horse & Mule Auction SATURDAY, JAN. 23 Fair Grounds, Algona. 1 p. m. We have started our weekly Saturday How* Sales and wffl hold one each week, weather and roads favorable*. We eat. sell either Inside or oat In the open according to weather. Our last sale, Saturday, Jan. 16, waa very *ood for sv starter. We had 25 head which sold both fair for buyer and seHatVWm make an effort to have more outside of this territory buyers this week with us. Bring In your good horsea and eolta, they are the one* hi most demand. These hones must be aa represented by owner. No frame-ape. Equipment to hitch and Jry out stock before settlement. Don't forget our Regular Tuesday Auction of Cattle and Hogs, which is going 0. K. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. »« " ' , wgafr\ '!**-&«•-!£ 11 T6, WANTED Married man M tea* wan on large farm employing two or fhree other men BUMt at tb* Urns. Muat IM good «t«Bte- man and experienced tractor, and machinery man. Mart of tba work yard work, ear- In* (or stock, eptoPP »°d management Not much milking- Pout office Algon*. Both man and wUe mu*t be willing worlMn and clean. Top wage* for right party. Write ABC 4|fM»* Uppw Dee Mrinee. «h*>* «"?**• tern*" wuafct* of eUUxea *nd a«ee and Did You Heed Those Summer Nightmares? Did you wake up and promptly order your coal bins filled. If you didn't, get them filled now. Assure yourself of, warmth andh comfort during this cold weather when a cfoeery home means so much. Order Cool Today from Anton Grain & Goal Go, Milwaukee Tracks FOB QUICK EMTOto-US* THi WAUT AD»

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