The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 7
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pounrT ° UU "" e ianCy mwdle cuts for 23c Per PORK CHOPS 1 Cut Chops for this sale at 23c ner ID. WA Mlf- tltAw* *1*£«. i. j» Jr * »• wiein t/iin to fry or extra thick to split and stuff to bake in the oven. ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS ££!?]!!£,?«? 1^ " P j*«* Flavor". The of these medium weight hams at ender juicy center cut slices to fry c per lb. BOLOGNA h Smoked Ring Bologna for this sale at Jterlb. Popular meat for school lunches. Holland Herring 1 keg herring for meatless meals (pedal prices for this week end. at 79c per keg and fancy fat c per keg. Kegs weigh 9 Ibs. netr Council Oak Pears Genuine Oregon Bartletts in a good table syrup. Excellent sauce and salad fruit. For this sale, the large No. 2y 2 can for 15c. Guaranteed Flour Flour that bakes light white bread and more ??"£?? V "**• SP 6 ^ 1 Price for this sale on % bbl. bags. FDBOT PBIZE & PANTRY PRIDE, bag $1.59 WHITE LOAF FLOUR, bag $1.74 Fancy Corn Superb cream style Country Gentlemen corn is the .finest of the 1937 pack. You should stock up at our special price of 12c on the No. 2 can. Prunes It's being thrifty when you can a lot of these Sweet Prunes for later use. For this week end the 2-lb. bag for lie and the 4-lb. bag for 21c. "COUNCtt OAK", Whole Berry. Lb. Z7c *» M' If __ **t\ IDS. 79 the Bags for Fancy Ohinaware ' "' .-.'• : - s; :- i *^-- --djte ' ^^.*r., r V"' .-.'• :A -;^/ s; r/:- i * Lemon Cookies A large, round lemon flavored cooky. Average 30 to the pound. For this sale a special price on these fresh baked cookies of 2 Ibs. for 25c. WALTKE LAVA SOAP _ _ cake 8c GUEST IVORY SOAP _______ cake 4c *fw/937*o*6i fU/S+JUOi HOHi APPUAMttS •ONE New efficiency in the Rrftrtor (the " 3-moving-parts "Ttrt-"'-*|in ""• •"•"»••") and new FJaxiblo Interior Arrangement make the new RoQator Refrigerator more feat to use than ever. hsteri- ors«n be wanged in nine different Vfmym to wcct changing ttorage re- quiicuieuU. Tfcc Rollttor' Compressor... smooth, easy, nOimg power instead of the ttsosl hurried back- and.Cordi scooo. Result— more cold for the current used and a m~-K.^i tm ing. •••ft. u ft. na. off. NOR8E CONCENTRATOR RANGE Norge leads with a thrilling new line of ranges... models, colors and available extra* provide wide choice in style and equipment And every one is a sound investment in savings in time, work, actual dollars and cents. Before you buy a range, be sure to see what Norge has to offer. NORaE AUTOBUILT WASHER In addition to the famous Autobuilt transmission, new models have Pressure-Indicator Wringer—a new development exclusively Norge. Many other convenience, time and money saving features. NORQE DUOTROL IRONER Makes ironing a pleasure. Heat, pressure and speed under finger-tip control. Easy to learn to use—fast and efficient. Pays for itself many times over during its long, useful life. RITES SATURDAY FOR MRS. CARL FRANZEN WESLEY Song Beloved by Deceas ed, Sung at the Funeral The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 4,1937 Wesley: Funeral services for Mrs Carl Franzen at the Methodls 1 church Saturday afternoon wer very largely attended and floral of ferings were abundant. Former pastors, the Rev. J. E Cilfton. of Ooldfleld, and the Rev Herbert Marsh, of Rockwell, who were present, were asked to assis the pastor, the Rev. Arthur Bottom In the services. All three dwelt at length upon Mrs. Franzen's out standing characteristics, kindness and hospitality. Miss Johnson sang as a solo, with Miss Bottom at the piano. "The Holy City," in which Mrs. Franzen dad shown a deep interest at a recent church service. A quartel composed of the Mesdames A. M and L. L. Lease, and the Messrs John Grattidge and Ralph Flehler sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Abide With Me" with Mrs. Gerdes at the piano. Pall bearers were Olaf Funnemark, Victor Loebig John Richter, Raymond Han sen Will and Henry Wetland. Has Cabled 20 ItM. Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn, writes his parents, the Nathan Studers here, that he is doing well now, has a good appetite, and has gained 20 pounds. He is beginning to recover from a 3-months' sickness, but still must return to the Rochester hospital for a final operation. Haa Joined Navy It Is reported that Robert, youngest son of Homer Lawson, has joined the navy, that he has passed the examination and is waiting to be called. His home is wth his grandmother, Mrs. Susie Gray. Fred Benteles Move The Fred Bentele family, which has been living on the old Nets M. Johnson farm northwest of Wesley, moved Monday to the Ormsby estate farm three miles east of the German Reformed church, near Woden, which Mr. Bentele has purchased. The Pox brothers and their mother will move to the farm vacated by the Benteles and Vincent Cruise to the one recently occupied by the Foxes. Mrs. Sam Alne had her tonsils removed at Algona Monday. The boys and girls glee clubs go to Brltt Friday evening, March 12, for the first round in the state music contest. Eleven members and two guests of the Auxiliary attended th« car- S&JSFJS*** ** 3 * ri> Bonnstrttwm, FHdaylSfternoon. Mrs. George Spangler, Everly, and her son, Willard, visited here Sunday with Mrs. Spangler's mother Mrs. Olivia Benner. The Rev. C. J. Ivis, Sioux City, spent Saturday and Sunday in Wesley, and at St. Joseph's church. He is superintendent of schools for this diocese. The 9th grade home economics girls, under the supervision of Miss Eye, served a school board-faculty banquet at the schoolhouse Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan returned Saturday from a six- weeks' trip and visit in Texas. The Donovans own and operate a farm east of Wesley. Verna Kerrins, Mankato, spent Sunday with her sister, Isabel, of the telephone central office. Julius Kunz, Davenport, spent the week end at his home here. The J. P. Uhlenhake family, of Whittemore, visited Sunday with his sister, Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Th« J, T. Meurer family visited his mother at Whittemore. Mrs. Dick Wermerson. Corwith, visited Mrs. Matt Laux, frqm last Saturday to Monday. Mrs. Werm- erson is a daughter of Nick Raa- kopf, a cousin of Mrs. Laux. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bottom at the parsonage Leaders will be Mrs. Carl Hansen and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings. A "Fidac' 'contest, sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary, is to be held among the high school pupils. The subject is "How International Disputes Can be Settled in the Spirit of Fidac." Mrs. May Harris and her daughter, Mary, Algona, also the Law- fence Hansen family, Wesley, were entertained Sunday by Mrs. Harris' daughter and the younger woman's sister, Mrs. Milton Giddings. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba entertained the Thursday bridge club. Prize winners were Mrs. Thos. McMahon, high, and Mrs. Ravlin, travel. Mrs. McMahon and Mrs. Aldrich were guests. Mrs. Grattidge is this week's hostess. Seneca Movers of March 1st Seneca: Those of the Seneca vie inity who are moving and the fam ilies that will occupy their farm are as follows: the Clarence Metz ger family to a farm south of Al gona, a family from Jackson, Minn to the Metzger farm; the Orni Behrends, Sr., family to a farm nea Algona, and a family from Graet linger to the Behrends farm; th Earl Osborn family of Armstrong to the farm vacated by Lnwrenc Zwiefel; the Ray Peterson family ti a farm near Fenton; the S. L. Den ton family to a farm near Wilmar Minn., and the Leslie Denton family of Lone Rock to the place vacate! by the elder Dentons; the Leonan Anderson family to Fonda, Iowa and the Lee family of Ringsted to the .place vacated by the Ander sons. The Henry Wiley family to Bancroft and the Leo Guerdet family of near Armstrong to the Wiley farm. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Byers were dinner guests at the J. J. Drinnan home Friday. . Victoria Jensen is spending several weeks with relatives in and near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt and family spent Sunday afternoon with relatives in Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St John and r amlly were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Banwart home near Rodman. Adrea Deuser, English instructor n the Seneca high school spent the past week end with relatives in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons spent Sunday at the S. L. Denton home. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and daughter, luby, spent Friday afternoon at the lome of Mrs. Paulson's mother, Mrs. Henry Hoeck, Sr, In Swea City. Mrs. J. J. Drinnan left Friday vening from Esthervllle for Harvey, HI., where she will spend sev- ral weeks with her daughter, Elsie KesselL St. Joe Homes Honor Families About To Move St. Joe: A farewell party was giv- n in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Ceding on Tuesday evening at their ome northwest of St. Joe. The vening was spent at cards and so- ially. Lunch was served at a late our and Mr. and Mrs. Reding- were resented with a lovely gift. They Ian to move to their home in Alona which they purchased recent% some time this week. Neighbors and friends gathered at the Hank Zeimet home several evenings last week for an evening of cards before the Zeimets move to their farm which they rented north of Bancroft for the coming year. Th«y plan to move thla-wtek. I Infant Baptised The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte was baptized Cecelia Catherine by Rev. Theobal Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Math Kellner and John Berte. Mrs. Lucy Wagner Is visiting a the George Wugner home. Zita Thill from Whittemore is spending some time at the Math Faber home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert and son, Aigona, were visitors with rel atives Sunday. Edmund Fridera started work on Monday at the John B. Reding's for the coming year. Thirteen Hours Adoratoin will be held on Tuesday, March 9th in St. Joseph's Catholic church. The John Friders assisted Victor Friders, Algona, with moving last week. They moved to a farm near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. John Thul visited with John Kayser at Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capeslus and family were visitors at the Bernard Capesius home near Irvington the first of last week. Richard Hobarer and Walter Besmer from Ljndsey, Texas, came on Friday evening and are looking for jobs for the coming year. Philip Fourage and family moved last week to the place vacated by George Bormann and Paul Erpeld- ingo are moving to the Boyle estate farm vacated by the Fourages. MRS. HARVE DAILEY HONORED AT WHITTEMORE, 80TH BIRTHDAY Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dailey of Granada, Minn., Mr. ant Mrs. J. F. McCreery and daughters Valeria and Frances of Fonda, Dr and Mrs. J. W. McCreery were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dailey, it be ing Mrs. Dailey's 80th birthday. Old friends of Mrs. H. S. Dailey surprised her last Thursday afternoon when they came in to help her celebrate her 80th birthday. Those who were among the guests were Mrs. John Uhelnhake, Mrs. L. B. Smith, Mrs. John Waldron, Mrs. Martin Elscheid. Mrs. J. W. McCreery, Mrs. H. E. Woodward and Ella Burke. March Moving Mike Thill moved his family from Algona Monday morning In the res- dencc known as the Mrs. Schacht house and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover moved on a farm they purchased in the Fairville neigh- jorhood, formerly the Greg Elbert farm. Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaudt of LJvermore moved in the Henry Vteyer residence north of the pubic school, and Mrs. Emma Hilbert moved In the flats vacated by Herman Vaudt who moved in with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaudt Win Oratorical Honors In the declamatory contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus at Emmetsburg last Thursday night which consisted of pupils from the 6th, 7th and 8th grades of Cath- illc parochial schools, those from Vhittemore who won honors in oraorical: "The American Flag," Joeph Schumacher, won second, am n dramatic "Little Boy Blue", Alma G. Cairy, second, and humorous, "Open Wide," Edna Hilbert won. first Dale Meyerderk of Spencer is the ew plumber at the Fleming hardware store. Mary Corinne Fleming visited 1th Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming n Mason City Sunday. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham pent Sunday evening at the W. C. Taylors. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards, of .xme Rock and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Igona, were Sunday guests of the . L. Greenfields. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent IB week end in Mason City with he Henry Hawleys. Mrs. Hawley a sister of Mrs. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemls enter- ilned six couples at a card party Saturday evening at their home ere. Following cards, lunch was erved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling, Alona, spent Sunday at the Fred Plumb bom*. Lois Bitch was also dinner guest of Winifred Plumb unday noon. Roy Mitchell and Jesse Snyder, Cambria, spent from Friday till Sunday morning at the W. C. Taylor home. Mr. Mitchell is a brother of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and son, Wilbur, went to Chicago Friday, where Wilbur will enter a Diesel Engineering school Mr. and Mrs. Steven returned the first of the week. Mrs. Sarah Wise went home on Friday night with her daughter,' Mrs. Lloyd Steven and family to I Mapleton. Minn., for a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. Steven spent Friday here at the Wise home. The Clem Cunninghams moved on Monday to a farm near Irvington, which they purchased last fall. The 3us Norte family will move to the farm vacated by the Cunninghams, owned by Dr. Adams, Wesley. IH.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds H. A. Wieners Hosts Lone Rock: A party wan held last week Wednesday evening for H. A. Wieners at their home. Attending were the Roy Chrischilles family and the F. F. Schroeders, Fenton, Mrs. Harry Schineling and two children, EmmeUburg, S. M. Or- vicks, the Carl Wiener family and tbe Henry Schroedtrs. HORSE SALE Wednesday, Mar. 1O I will sell on my /arm 1 mile west, 2 miles north, 1 mile west and one-half mile north of Armstrong, Iowa, and «'-, miles east and 2 miles south of Dolliver, Iowa, the following described property: AT PUBLIC AUCTION Sale Start* at 1:00 P. M. 22 HEAD OF HORSES ^ 4MB *nr OTHER *mi- AMCC fO» CMC COWN WMINT M tOW M 10 Richardson Furniture Co. ST. JOE NEWS Richard Thul and Thomas Wagner atended a birthday party in honor of Donald H«iter Saturday evening south of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family and Marjorie Reding were Sunday dinner guests at the John B. Reding home. Marjorie, daughter of the Joan Redings, is taking a sewing course at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. James Reding, Mr. and MM. Will Reding »nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Orvill* Wagnw, Mr and Mrs. Ralph R«dto* ind Jta£ mi« and Casper Tbilgea were Sun- 1 black. 10 yr*. old, wt 1400. 1 pair Montana sorrels, 5 and « yra. old, wt. 2700 Itw. 1 sorrel gelding, 8 yn. old, wt 1400 lb*. I blue roan gelding, S yrs. old, wt 1400 Ibs. 1 bay mare, 0 yrs. old, wt 1500 Unt. 1 bay team geldings, 10 and It years oU, wt 2600 lb*. 1 red roan gelding, 4 yrs. old, wt liOO Uw. 1 sorrel gelding, coming 2 year* old. A good one. 1 brown gelding, coming 2 years old. A good one. 1 bay mare, 8 yrs. old, wt 1800 Ibn. 1 bay gelding, 5 yr ». old, wt 1400 lb*. 1 korrel mare, 9 years old, wt 1100 lb*. 1 torrel gelding, a }ear» old, wt 1000 liw. 1 black team, smooth mouth, wt 2800 lb*. 2 white horse*, smooth mouth wt 1100 each. 1 boy horse, smooth mouth, UOOlb*. 1 roan home, smooth mouth, wt 1200 Ibs- 1 black, 5 yrs. old, wt 1800 Ibs. You can find the horse you need here—from cheap work horses to the best there i* in thin lot. TERMS—Time will be given on bankable paper when arrangements are made with the clerk before date of sale. No prop- ert to be removed until settled for. C. A. ROBINSON Wmterkjoecht ft Ha***, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boll of Guckeen, Minn., visited at the home of Mrs. W. F. Dnu. Fred McWhorter and family moved this week from St. Benedict to the farm vacated by the Godfrey Schultz family. Mrs. John Gleiden, son Lawrence and daughters went to Des Moines Saturday. They will visit with relatives in Newton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCaulcy and Mrs. Mae Butler of Mason City spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foxsen. Dorothy Hulbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Orville Hulbert is on the sick list this week nnd Anthony Schmitt, Sr., is reported ill. Evelyn O'Connors. R. N., who has been at the Jim Geelan home the past several weeks returned to her home In Fort Dodge Sunday. Miss Rosella Voigt who Is employed In the county treasurer's office, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. 4% FARM LOANS MS on $100 valuation. One-half percent service charges Flfly pars experience with largest Investment home west of New York and not a loss to a customer. KoMnth county only Write A. J. Bereiu Bancroft - Iowa ... 8tf Once Again - - Chas.R. Miller offers the public bargain prices on Rawlelgh products. Kawlefgh Washing Pwdr 19 C Rawlelgh Cold Tablets S9c Rawlelgh Shampoo „ 39c Rawlelgh Furniture Polish ..S9c Rawlelgh Pie Filler .38c Rawlelgh Soap Chips 49c Miller's Produce 218 West State Street Alone on Sunday The good wife and Lmira Ann nre in Dakota, Gene nnd family nt Spencer and Harold and the boys visiting friends, so I had all day Sunday to visit with myself and think it over. I gave myself a thorough invoicing. According to this Invoice, I possess a great many faults and shortcomings with not near enough good qualities to balance the books. What an easy job to invoice the other fellow, but oh how difficult to Invoice onesself and do It impartially. Know thyself, but really how few of us are acquainted with ourselves. No use pretending to be what you are not You can't get by with It You make yourself ridiculous. The other day I told John Wheelock that I never had a cross word with my wife and had never tasted Intoxicating liquor. He said I was a dam old liar. You cannot fool people. In the shoe business if you fool a person you lose him or her as a customer. Our first year's sales in Algona were <20,000.00. We have increased our sales every year. Last year's sales were close to the (100,000.00 mark which proves that we have not fooled anybody. Thta year Is starting out better than last year and finds us In better shape to supply your wants. Our stock is new and of standard quality. Spring goods are nearly all In and were purchased at old prices. Just today we received'3 shipments of shoes and 3 different shipments of hosiery. We sure have a real stock of hosiery now. Our first quality chiffon hose, the "Prim" at 59c in a knockout We have 1200 pairs of them but will never be able to get any more at this price. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN HYBRID CORN The Sioux City Seed Co.'* "lowoalth Hybrid Corn" won first place in CvSVT 1 Yk ' h ! ^ f ° r lf>:Ui "' tlle Nortl " n ' Sc-ctio,. 4?N~rS II 'nrhl£n »? ? i? C V th '-'I' 111 ," 11 tS< "' tion ° fthc State! "lowealth v.,Vi,,„! • • ';l»™lu<-e the best jvwilts in accordance with the \anoiis growing periods in different sections. Following is one of many letters front satisfied growers: B. W. HANSELL & SON Breeders of Spotted Poland Chinas Farm 4 Miles West, 3 North and >i West of I-NDIANOLA, IOWA Sioux City Seed Co. Sioux City, Iowa GentJemen: November 25, 1036 , so are with T ^ T^ ™"« bl * '° «*»•«. to Sincerely yours, HANSELL Tn**t * «•§»<*»*• ™ Ask the Man Who Plants It See your retail dealer fur prices bef-iv planting. Ask for our well- known brand, ,,f -^ seed, ,we,t ,-loivr, alfalfa, p^.ure mixtures, etc Sioux City Seed Co. Algona, Iowa Branch

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