The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,1937 FARM LOANS 4% Improved Farms <Wy Koasuth County numpT SERVICE Write A- J* Berens Ivwa 6-8 WE HAVE THINGS YOU NEED to make your party a huge suc- oess. Party Sfevors, Candies, Cards, Score Pads and so on. Make this store your Party Headquarters BEN FRANKLIN at Kresensky's Friday & Saturday DOLLAR SALE Tremendous Savings on Short Lots of Winter Merchandise 40 pairs of Suede Shoes All winter styles, values to $4 $1.00 pair A Few Knit Dresses Wool mixed, fine for school wear ' $1.00 each 12 Dresses Silk and fine knit, worth to $6 $2.00 each Silk Hose, mostly 8% 3 pair for $1.00 12 Pairs of Children's Oxfords 2 pair for $1.00 House Slippers, Values to $1.50 $1.00 pair Odd Lot Group of Sweaters, Skirts, Pajamas and Lingerie $1.00 Ladies and Children Goodrich Overshoes $1.00 pair Strong Calfskin School Oxfords for growing girls $2.00 pair LUVERNE PICKS FINALISTS FOR DECLAM CONTEST LuVerne: At a recent elimination contest the following were chosen to take part in the home contest to be held some time next week: Oratorical—Gordon Dimler, Ray Legler and Richard Smith. Dramatic—Mary Alice Bigings, Jeannette Henderson, Virginia Lichty and Maxine Smith. Humorous—Rosena Barton, Jasqueline Conoway, Evan and Robert Lee Lichty. Young People Meet The Toung People's circle of the Evangelical church met last week Wednesday evening at the Fred Merkle home. The Rev. E. R. Walter lead the study of the lesson, which was a part of the text book, "Consider Africa." The new president, Elmer Merkie, presided and led the devotional period. Following the meeting a social hour was held and refreshments served. Sifter Breaks Ankle Mrs. J. L. LJchty had word Monday that her sister, Mrs. F. G. HB- gist, a former resident here, had slipped and broken her ankle in Chicago as she was getting into an automobile Sunday. Ruth and Phyllis Lichty are living with the Hagists this winter, Ruth working as stenographer in the Chicago Screw factory and Phyllis attending business college. Frank Stewart has returned from a visit with a niece at Canton South Dakota. He has been gone since before Christmas. Elva Barton, who has been a pa tlent at an Algnoa hospital the past week, is recuperating at the home of her mother, Kate Barton. Following the Renwick basketball game Friday night, the local •first and second teams were entertained at an oyster supper at the S. H. Baker home. The boys play at Goldfield Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiese who have been living at Livermore since their building has been occupied by the LuVerne News office, have moved back to LuVerne and are living on the Ramus acreage where the Hiko Karels lived last year. Henry Willey, Tacoma, Washington, has written to friends that his father, Al Willey, who was very ill here and at a Fort Dodge hos pital last fall, is much improvec in health and is planning on returning to Iowa in the spring. 10 St. Benedict Pupils Take Exams St. Benedict: A class of 50 pupils of tlip local school wrote the eighth grade examinations at Al- Rona Friday. They were Robert Meyer. Arnold Stufflick, Donald Younpwirth, Robert Eischen, Alfred Daley. Marine Seller. Venita Venteicher. Norine Arend. Elma Grandgcnnett and Maxine Cap- Joseph Wittc and his mother were shoppers at Algnna Friday afternoon. Ash Wednesday was observed at the church here this week with Mass at 8 o'clock. Lorraine Huschka is now employed at the A. J. Grandgennctt home. She began work Monday. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer spent Isst Friday at the Wm. Arndorfer and Mrs. Anna Huschka homes. Mrs. Downs and son. Edward, of Wesley, were callers at the J. O. Downs home Saturday afternoon. A benefit card party was given at the school hall Monday evening for the flood relief area. A good sized crowd attended. Mrs. Rdw. Pfcffer of Des Moines spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Witte. She returned to her home Monday. A house party was given last Thursday evening at the Lloyd Hood home. Cards and dancing was enjoyed by all present A delicious lunch was served later in the evening. Mrs. Henry Arndorfer returned home recently from the Kossuth hospital, where she had been a patient the past two months and is now convalescing at home. Frances Dunlap is assisting with the household duties. Everywhere you go it's the same, but not at Gambles. Tire prices are up but Gambles have reduced their prices on Roadgripper Tires— 4.40-21 Sale Price, $4.25—5.25-17 Sale Price, J5.7&—while stock lasts. —Gamble Stores, e Emily C. Dodge Visits Friends Of Girlhood Days Mrs. Emily C. Dodge and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Dana Dodge, left for their home at Fallen, Nevada, last Saturday, after a short visit with the many old friends of the former in this vicinity. The two ladies accompanied the remains of Mrs. Josephine Skiff to Iowa Falls for burial. Mrs. Skiff, who was a sister of Mrs. Dodge, died After a stroke at Fallen where she had been living with Mrs. Dodge. Both were daughters of one of Kossuth's foremost citizens of the early days, Kinsey Carlon, who homesteaded just east of Irvington village in the sixties. Both ladies have been widows for some years. Mrs. Dodge's husband, now long dead, was Harry Dodge, son of Capt. and Mrs. D. D. Dodge, also Irvington pioneers and neighbors of t,he Carlon family. Carl and Dona Dodge, sons, are prosperous road contractors at Fallen and live near their mother with families of their own. Mrs. Dodge's many old friends were glad to see her looking so well and her visit was much enjoyedi The Fallon visitors were guests at the home of Mrs. Dodge's niece, Mrs. Don Smith, while in Algona. Mrs. Joe Paxson of Algona is a sister-in- law. Seneca Boys Win, Girls Lose, Friday Seneca: The Seneca high school girls' and boys' basketball teams motored to Gruver Friday evening, and met the Gruver ball teams. The Seneca girls were defeated in a hard fought battle by the undefeated Gruver girls by the score of 34 to 37. The Seneca boys aefeated the Gruver boys by the one-sided score of 10 to 37. Tuesday evening the Seneca boys will meet the Fenton boys on the local floor and Friday evening the Seneca boys and girls will motor to Whittemore and play the Whittemore public school. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson spent the past week end with relatives and friends at Minneapolis. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent Friday afternoon at the Mrs. Frank Sayers and Henry Groen homes in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and son, Donald spent Sunday afternoon at the Henry Groen home in Swea City. A large number of relatives and friends met at the S. L. Denton home Saturday evening and honored Mr. and Mrs. Denton at a surprise farewell party. The Dentons will move to a farm near Wilmar, Minn., in the spring. August Gat-mans Wed 25 Years Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. August Garman. who were married Feb. 6. 1912, celebrated their 25th anniversary at their farm home Sunday. Thirty-eight persons were entertained for dinner and supper. Many others had been invited, but weather and roads did not permit their coming. The guests were relatives, and among those attending were Richard Garman and Mrs. Henry Eischcid. Algona. brother and sister of August. Mrs. Garman is May. the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux. and the couple was married at St Joseph's church here, by the Rev. Father Jungblut, who was pastor then. For Sale As I expect to go to Seattle to be with my sister, I will sell my property in Algona, 2 Building Lots A vacant block of 8 lots, close in. 2 six-room modern houses, close in. Seven room partly modern house with 2 or 3 lots. ALL PRICED TO SELL SEE Tilla McCall 521 E. State St 5-6 ASK EMPLOYERS TO READ UP ON SOCIALSECDRITY Because of the fact that some employers are sending remittances to Washington for the payment of tax and wage deductions in connection with the old-age benefit system under the Social Security Act, assistance in clearing jip this misunderstanding has been asked of The Upper Des Koines. All tax payments and wage deductions in connection with the old- age benefit system under the Social Security Act should be sent to the Bureau of Internal Reveune and should be mailed to the office of the Bureau nearest the business address of the employer. The office of the Collector for the State of Iowa is in Des Moines. All remittances should be made payable to the Collector of Internal Reveune, and not to any individual nor to the Social Security Board. These taxes and wage deductions are to be returned to the Bureau of Internal Revenue monthly, on or before the last day of the succeed' ing month. In other words, the taxes for January must be paid on or before the last day of February; the taxes for February are payable on or before the last day of March, and so on. All necessary tax forms can be secured from the offices of the Bureau of Internal Revenue. All questions regarding the taxes should be directed to the offices of that Bureau and not to the Social Security Board. Down they go! In the face of rising tire prices. Gambles reduce prices on the famous Roadgripper Tires. Stocks are limited—Prices represent a substantial saving. BUY NOW! Gamble Stores. 6 ATTENTION Live Stock Feeder For the highest prices obtainable on the SIOUX CITY market consign your live stock to the CORN BELT COMMISSION COMPANY. A leading firm with suoh salesmen a? Joe Powers. Johnny Walsh, Larry Wilds. Lon Moss, Ed Schmid, & others. Ask your friends and neighbors about the CORN BELT COMM. CO. For market particulars write or calL Your live stock will receive our careful attention. CORN BELT LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. siorx cnr & OMAHA Bonded for Your Protection 3-6 WEEK END Grocery Specials Cookies, large 1Q/% bag -„- 15L Candy, large 1Q« bag 17i « Kraft's macaroni 1Q & Cheese dinner AJV 2 TABLES OF FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES Lama Beans, Carrots and Peas, Tomatoes, Hominy, Spaghetti, Baked Beans, Com, String Beans, Spinach, Kraut, Tomato Juice, Red Beans} Peaches, Pears, Crushed Pineapple Tidbits Pineapple Fruit Cocktail. Your Choice, 1 Aper can, only __ ^** MEATS Beef Roast Baby Beef Veal Roast Homemade Hamburger, lb 18c Homemade Sausage, lb. 20c Home Dressed Beef, Young Heifers by quarter, or all you may want FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES Sorensen GROCERY CO. Phone 138-139 Bring Us Your Eggs 18c Constipated for 30 Years Aided by Old Remedy ""For thirty years I had constipation. Souring food from stomach choked me. Since taking Adlerika I am a new person. Constipation is a thing of the past"—Alice Burns.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf EXTRA Green Trading Stamps For each 2 Honeycrust Bread wrappers returned to us, we will give an extra green trading stamp. AND A STAMP WITH EACH lOc PURCHASE Algona Baking Co. L. F. RICE Algona, Burt, Bancroft and Swea City

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