The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pes Moineg, Algona,'Iowa, March 4,103? SEEDS Spring Tonic Beverages ntrJMWJffMMWWM 1937 Garden Seeds Fresh From the Sioux City Seed Co. and Farmers Seed Co. of Faribault Begin to Plan Your Garden Now Stokley's Tomato Juice Strawberry Punch Fruit Punch Lemon Bar Punch Lime Rickey Welch's Grapejuice Root Beer Lime Juice Cream Soda Pineapple Juice Grapefruit Juice Orange Juice Prune Juice Fresh Fruits & Vegetables MEATS You can rely on the quality and freshness of our meats at all times. Prices right. LONG'S Food Shop Olti-ntMA *WJ *WK _ ' GRANDSON, 8, OF W. J. WEISBROD, FENTON, BURIE David Denker of Lester Iowa, Funeral Wed. Last Week Fenton: Funeral services for Dav id Denker, 8 years old. of Lester Iowa, were held Wednesday after noon in the Fenton M. E. church David, the son of Mr. and Mrs Hugo Denker. passed away Friday at the Hull, Iowa, hospital after an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod of Fenton, are the grandparents. Went to Hospital Will Meyer of Fenton aceompanl- d by his sister, Lydia. of Algona, pent last w«ek at the Iowa City hospital where Will took treatments. Another sister. Selma, who ms been a patient at Iowa City for iree months, following an opera- on, returned home with them. Mrs. A. R. Willrett was an Algona shopper on Wednesday of last ween. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert of Algona spent Sunday at the R. L, Padgetts. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod and son, Lyle, spent Sunday evening at the Kenneth Bellingers. The Independence Idealists 4-H club met Saturday, Feb. 27th at the home of Ivadel Bolte. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe were Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Zumach home. Mrs. Art Krause and Ella Dreyer attended a *-H training school for 4-H club leaders last Thursday. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and daugh- :er, Nettie, spent the week end at the Kern Elerick home at Alta. Friends of Isabel Weisbrod will >e pleased to hear that she has found employment in Davenport. Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona attended a quilting party at the lome of her sister, Mrs. Will Stam- r Saturday. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and Mrs. Bertel Berkland and daughter. Virginia, attended a 4-H club leaders' meeting in Emmetsburg Friday. Mrs. Derwood Kern went to Emetsburg Sunday to visit her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blighton, nd to see her grandmother, who is MARCH 1 MOVERS BLESSED WTO GOOD WEATHER IN UNION TWP Union: Wesley Householders mov- e'd to a farm between Fenton and Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis to the Bailey tenant house; Joe Metille moved southwest ctt Algona and Clarence Kramer came to the farm'vacated by the Metilles; Albert Gould to the place vacated by Oscar Hentges and Hentges to Algona. Bob Harrison moved to a farm near Lone Rock and Herman Bosworth to the Harrison farm; John 31sch has the Gould farm rented; Charles Peters to the farm south of Hobarton vacated by Mert Worster; Mr. Heerdt of Swea City to the Ward farm vacated by Peters Robert Ward to the Keefe farm va cated early In the winter by Ralpl Kesselrlng, the latter going to Minnesota. The movers this March were highly favored by the weather man giving them the best of weather. Reported Very in Tommy Bilsborough who lived in a small house south of the Frank Hoflus farm and who worked fo Chester Bailey, is reported in very poor health and Is being cared for by his sister in Algona. Phone* 214-215 Our Own Delivery mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm [ Dairymen - Farmers! Let £& Grind and Mix Your Feeds • We have the materials to • balance your rations, Propx S erly balanced mixtures will 5 cut your feed costs, » 5 we also carry tankage, 5-meat scraps, mineralized I feeds in stock, • [ Anderson Grain & Coal Co. J Phone 308 Milwaukee Tracks '•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••0 Dangerous 1937 Lubrication Problems— Hypoid Gears Some 70T: of the 1937 cars are equipped with Hypoid-gtar type rear axles which require E. P. 'extreme prtbsure) lubricants, and a renewal every 6.000 miles. Everything would be fine except for the fact that extreme pressure lubricants are of types. This meant they have a peculiar habit of fighting each other whenever they get together. For this reason, not only must the rear axle be carefully JubricaUd, but no lubricant must be added to rear axles that is not identical with that which is already there. If two different lubricants are uttd the other. one ruins Here is where service comes in-— Our We operate a lubrication department not a "grease rack." We are taking special precautions not to add grease to this type axle. We use the type of grease or oil recommended by car manufacturers in every part of the car. We flush all gears with a gear flusher, no matter what type or how much grease you need. Our charts cover from Austin on up, >SH.- If.s For .Service lu LLBRKAUO.N CAR \\ASJdlNG GENEBATOB AND STARTEB FIRESTO.NE TIAKS AND BATTEB1ES PHONE 856 Are Farewell Guest* Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mrs Weber Yager entertained a group of relatives and friends in a fare well courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. C. F Wegener Thursday evening at the Wegener home, who moved four miles northwest, of Fenton. Five hundred was played at six tables with Mrs. A. J. Krause winning the high prize and Mrs. Everett Dreyer. low. Other guests were E. K. Johnsons, G. B. Johnsons, E. J. Franks, Chas. Newels, George and Walter Jentzs, C. O. Baileys and Mr. Krause and Mr. Dreyer. Sirs. Reimers Hostem Mrs. Henry Reimers entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mr. Weber Yager won the high score prize and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod, the second high. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. C. F. Wegener played for absent members. Are Quarantined The E. K. Johnson home was placed under scarlet fever quarantine Sunday. Kenneth, six year old son of the Johnsons, has the sickness in a light form. Mr. Johnson and daughter. Eunice, are staying at the G. B. Johnson home, and another daughter, Marjorie, is at the Fred Bohns. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE!—Few tons alfalfa hay.—A. B. Schenck, Algona. 9* FOR SALE—At once. 105 and Early Kershin seed oats without barley, also straw.—Ben Gould 2r"121, Algona. g» FOR SALE—Spotted Poland brood sow*,—M. P. HIggins, 3 ml. northwest Whittemore. 9* FOR SALE—1929 FortJ Model A. —H. L. Hoenk. Dodpe dealer, WeU of Court House. o FOR RENT—All modern 5 room bungalow. South Moore St—See Joel Herbst, Cowan & Son office. 9 FOR SALE—Klondike 240-egg capacity incubator. Good condition. —Carl Banting, Burt. 9' FOR SALE—KitchenKook range. 4-burner. Built-in oven and console victrola.—Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. 9 FOR SALE—12-24 Hart-Parr tractor and heavy duty 14-inch 2- bottom plow. Priced right.—West Bend Hatchery, Sam Metzger, Prop. 9 * FOR SALE OR TRADE—Small residence property in Algona—paved street, electricity and water fruit. Easy terms or take late model car.—J. D. Cline, 316 Liberty Building, Des Moines, Iowa. &-10 . Mrs. George Bolte, Mrs. George Gremmels, Mrs. Raymond Gremmels attended a quilting "party at the John Schallins, Lotts Creek, last week Monday. Luella Kohlstedt came Saturday from Henry, Illinois, to help her mother, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, move to a farm near Ayrshire. Henry is a suburb of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul EJgler of Boone spent the'week end at the parental Frank Eigler home in Fenton and at the John Koblwes home at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and soiiS were entertained at dinner at the parental John Kohlwes home Sunday. Frank Bailey spent Friday with his daughter, Mrs. A. T. WhiUow, at Armstrong. Monday, Mr. Bailey went to Algona for a visit at the Henry Neuman home. Mrs. Don Brown and daughter. Donna Claire, came Saturday evening from their home in Estherville for a week's visit at the parental Charles Glaus home. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann and R 'K. Johnson and daughter, Eunice were Sunday evening dinner guests at the G. B. Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod of Fenton and Ruth Weisbrod who attends school in Algona spent Sunday at Klemme visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and family visited at the James Ackerman home in Lone Rock. Sunday. They also called on Mrs. Fred Flaig who was injured in an auto accident last week. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad entertained the following at dinner Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stamer, Mrs. Henry Reimers and her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Gerhart, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager. FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C W. Nicoulin, real estate, Algona. 7-30* FOR SALE—1935 Dodge Coach.— H. L. Hoenk. Dodge Dealer, west of Court House. 7 FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro «volt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. -James Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce, Phone 75, Algona. 5_tf For Rent FOR RENT—2 office suites. Automatic heat.—Dr. F. E. Sawyer. S FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated modern, center tit city. 38-tf« Wanted Service WANTED — Work on farm. Single, reliable. Apply this office. 9* WANTED TO BUY—5 yearlings, Guern>ey or Jersey. Inquire at this office. y« WANTED—To rent by April first, modern 5 or 6 room house, in Algo- na —<-". L. Bliley, Leon, Iowa. & Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa. In and for Ko*«uth county. March Term. A. D.. 13117. G. II. djogren, Plaintiff. The Unknown Claimants of Lot Five i5i in Block One (1) of tl;e Original Plat of Algona.. Iowa, titfer.dani*. To The Unknown Claimants of I-ot Five <5> In Block One (1) of Th- Original I'lat of Algona. Iowa: You and eucli of you are hereby notified that the Petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled action l» r.ow on file In Hie Office at Ite Citrk of the Uiutrlct Court of Kos- Huth County. Iowa, claiming of you tliat lie is thfe absolute and unqualified owner In fee Dimple ot the following described real estate, to-wlf Lot Five (Si in Block One (li ',1 the Original Plat at Algona, Iowa. That he IH creditably Informed and believes that thj defendants, as un- kr.own claimants of the above <Je- "crlbtd real estate, make «<jme claim thereto udverMe to plaintiff, and asking that plaintiff's title and estate in and to »aid premises be quieted and established in 1 Im, and that each unil all nl th<r ta>d unknown claimants b« barred and forever estopped from having or claiming any right, title or Interest In and t<« said real estate or any part thereof adverse to plaintiff, and (or such other ar.d further rtllef as to the Court may stem equitable and just in tlnf pierni«eH. And unites you appear thereto and defend btfure n<>o/i ot the /second day of the next Term of eaid Court, hting the March. 1(137. Term of Bald Court, to be held at tte Courthouse in Algona, Koetuth County, Iowa, commencing on the i9th day of March. 1937, default will be entered again*! you arxi decree rendered agalnnt you as prayed. fri.LlVAN, Me MAHON & I.INNAN, 6-11 Attorney)! for Plaintiff. WANTED—To employ man of good appearance to represent ua in Kosuiuth, Palo Alto and Emmet countiei; age 25 to 40 year*. Must have good general education. Salary and commission. Address Box 148, Mason City, Iowa. 7-8 Lost and Found FOUND—Black Newfoundland I we think) dog, ftmalt, young Owner call 566, Algona. 8« Miscellaneous FARMERS HOUSEWIVES BUSINESS MEN. EMPLOYERS—When JitL-ding cjualilied workers, tall 110 for experienced help No charges. Niit'l Keeiuployment Service, la. State Bujik Bldjj, Aljjoiia. Iowa. t»» RADIO SERVICE'-Spccial ulttn- tion to battery operated receivers. Juinui Distributing Co.. E. State Si., op/.toiu- Algoija Produce. 5-tf Painting Paper Hanging Decorating First Class Workmanship and materials guaranteed. Phone 778 Harry Baker FOB QUICK BESULTS— USB THE WANT ADS Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Me- uiuin 3 u t . $js2.50. Terms.—Bjua- troni'u, Algona, Iowa. S-U "My Skin Was Full of Pimple* And Blemishes Says Verna Schlepp: "Since using AdJenka the pimples are gone. My ukin is tmooth and glows with heaJlh " Adlenka washes BOTH bowels, rids you of poisons that cause a bud complexion.—E. W., Irvington, Too, Has Many Changes Irvington: Many families of Irvington township were making their annual March 1st trek last Monday to their various new homes. The weather provided an excellent day for moving. The Perry Phillips moved last Wednesday to the former Wm. Greenfield forty which they recently purchased. The Roy Clabaughs went to their new home in the Armstrong neighborhood. George Schumacher of Irvington, assisted them with their hauling. The Orville Hedricks and J. A. Devines also moved the first of the week. Slides Into Ditch Mr. and Mrs. John Weber were the unfortunate victims of an accident which occurred last Sunday while they were returning home from church. As Mr. Weber was about half way up the King hill he passed a car which failed to turn out of the road. This, in turn, forced him to slow down. The hill was somewhat slippery and the Weber car slid into the ditch. However there was no serious damage done to the occupants of the car. Rlverdale Club Met The Riverdale woman's club met last Wednesday at the Chester Schoby home. This was the last meeting of the club year and election of officers was held, old officers entertaining for the day. The leisure hours were spent at flood relief work. Relatives of the Roy Clabaughs from Webster City assisted them with their moving and will also stay at Armstrong temporarily until the Clabaughs are settled. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley were Monday guests at the George Johnsons. Mrs. Johnson recently returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, of Britt Mrs. Agnes Seeley of Plum Creek township was a gue*t Mat week of the A. J. Brown and Walter Barr homes respectively. Mrs. Seeley is a sister of Mr. Brown and an aunt of Mr. Barr. Notice of Letting Staled bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2:00 p. m., March ISih, 1&37. for furiilshlrg bridge material and culvertn a* follows' 120.000 bd. ft. 3"xl2"xl6' fir planking; <ooo lln. ft. wood piling, 2.080 lln. fi. corrugated rnelu) culverts and 2000 lln. ft. concrete pipe cul verts. Bidding blanks and additional Information may be Hfcured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. E. S. KIN8EY. Mar. a, 1937 County Auditor. 9-10 The Season's Sensation Roundabout exclusively at '•J TTIKIIffi -| |-J Cnriscnilles & IT O THK8£ cfcv«r, practicnJ, ^ attractive coats, cnt¥en«tt«<l and kbower-iMTUuf in leading Spring i,Bade^-»ixv» 14 to SO— $24.50 Mrs. George- Boevers is having her teeth extracted. Bob Harvey has been under the weather the past few days. Mrs. Rudolph Will is slowly recovering from her recent illness. Dorothy Gisch is keeping house for her brother, John, and attend ing school. Dale Culbertson has been assisting with the work at the George Kohl farm. Mrs. Ben Gould spent all day Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Don Cook, In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer moved Into the Paul Danson house In Third Ward, Algona, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the William Ryno home at Fort Dodge, Sunday. I). W. Ault Honored Whittemore: A farewell party was held in the city hall, Thursday evening in honor of D. W. Ault, who had Wen manager of the Whittemore Elevator Company for 14 years. Members of the Whfttemore Community club, Modern Woodmen of America and the city council and numerous friends attended the farewell. Mr. Ault was «n efficient manager and always worked for the Interest of the concern Thomas Carmody, former mayor of Whittemore, gave the history of the Whittemore Elevator Company. Frank Bestenlehner, Mayor H. E. Woodward and James Geelan were in charge. Mr. Ault was presented with a pen and pencil set DANCE Satuday Night March 6 SEXTON HALL Ladies Free—Gents 49c plus tax •Card We wish to thank the old friend* and neighbors for their kindnesses and presence at the funeral services for our beloved husband and father.—Mrs. E. T. Stevenson and family, «•- NtWYOtt Unbelievable Values at the ANNEX •^i Every Working Day of the Year The ChriscMDw Store ANNEX to always the home of bar. gain*. Right now, we're clearing np the odd* of winter selling. Right now, we are dosing oat odd lota of hosiery, underwear, knit dremes, dark silk and cotton and rayon dreaM* M weD as abont 2d winter coats. . CM»Smo DOT THE LAST OP THE WIM'JKK COATS—fine, well made, warm garments, with and without fur, In all rise* Two clean-up lota of silk dreftse* for only $IA8 and VtM. NEW COTTON PRINT DRESSES FOR SPRDFO-the prettlegt lot of lower priced cotton dremea we have ever (thown—faot color, perfect fitting all sin* np to SO for only Me. NE ?'J!!!! B P r0 HAT *-*»* arrived, yon wouldn't believe that »nch cute hate eouU be cold for only Me. EXTRA SPECIAL—for this week end only, we offer the celebrated MKM silk hose, the best wearing, best looking silk hose on the market today for the price—regular 69c ANNEX value for 65c. All sizes, new Spring shades. * * We have our new Spring 193ft Smartsport Knit Dresses In stock, and a prettier, more attractive group of clever boucle garments, you have never seen. Shown here in leading Spring shades in sices from 14 to 44, they are priced within the reach of every purse. $12.85 Cnriscnilles © «3T O S3. XB TIME MARCHES ON! And So Do BETTER BUYS In USED GARS At North Iowa's BARGAIN SPOT MAKE US AN OFFER Every Oar Over $100 Carries a 80- Day Guarantee Eaay Tera*: Your Present Car or Truck May Make the Down Payment. KENT M6TOR CO. Sal«» Ij^^Bp Service Oarage Open Evening 'til 9 F. M., 10 P. M. fiat, and Sunday A. M ^ - - -. ._

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