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The Upper Pea Moines-RepubtfcAfi, May 7,1$SO In the Spring a housewife's fancies lightly turn to thoughts of new Furniture And this is as it should be, for a new piece of furniture placed here and there in the home at this time of year mfakes housework lighter and the whole home 1 brighter. We are listing a number of real specials from our line. These prices good for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday only. A beautiful two piece velour living room suite specially priced these four days at $59.75. A beautiful linen two piece suite going at a special price of $90.00. A loose spring cushion velour covered Coxwell chair, a real buy at $17.85. We have one oval top mahogany gateleg table, slightly damaged, priced to move on this four day special at $17.50. .We are expecting a large new shipment of floor lamps and in order that we may have room for them we are closing out every lamp on our floor at big reductions. These lamps pi-iced for this four day special at $5.50 to $9.75. .First quality felt base rugs, size 9x12 with a good assortment to choose from at $6.75, $8.75 & $10.75. We carry a full line of Armstrong's Linoleums in all grades and will be glad to figure with you on your linoleum needs. LAKOTA NEWS RICH A1JDSON "Furnitures. \ "Where •Phone 852, n for . Bichardson, Prop. Rampant for Turner. > •Senator George W. Patterson of Burt •was an Algona visitor yesterday and made a 'short call at the Upper Des Mtotoeo-Republican office to 'tell ua that Dan Turner was going to win to the'fight for governor. Senator Patterson is sincere and'convincing and it almost seems at times that he must be has a lusty champion in George, and if ha wins 'the governorship George should be made lieutenant governor or something. By the way, 'George says that.story of his being a paid worker for Dan is pot true, but on the other band be is paying for the circulation of his income tax argument circulars for Dan's election out of his own pocket.- Dan Turner and Ed. Smith are both good men, and we are ready to cheer for the winner. Base Ball! at the Algona Ball Park, South of Swimming Pool Algona vs. Bancroft Sunday, May 11, 2:45 P. M. Algona will open the North Iowa League season at home playing the fast Bancroft team, BAND CONCERT—The Algona Military Band will furnish music for this game. Mayor Ogren will be on hand to toss the first ball. New bleachers are ready for 500 people. Ladies free to this ball \game. Let's Go! Tomato Cabbage Plants Longs' Grocery Agents for MoivKik Pineapples are cheapo/Can Now Tom Adams and a crew of men are putting up a silo northeast of Elmore for Henry Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. iKrall spent Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Bert Krall at Mason city. Gerald Ukena, who is studying for the ministry in Chicago, arrived home Saturday for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Mason City Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks of Algona at their home Sunday. Work on the M. E. basement here is going slowly but they hope to be back in the church by Sunday, May llth. Mrs. Clara Meyer and Miss Clara Trosamar have gone to Buffalo Center where they are working in a hotel. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., and child- en spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Conpangel of Elmore. Mrs. Mary E. Smith of Algona was ere over the week end visiting at the omes of her sons, J. E. and J. F Smith. I Miss Irma Wendell, bookkeeper at the j Farmers & Drovers State Bank spent the week end at the parental home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warburton were over from Swea City Sunday visiting with Mrs. .Warburton's mother, Mrs. N. E. Noble. Mrs. N. E. Noble, who has been staying with her children during the wln- I ter months, has returned to her home here in town. Mrs. Guy Hart and daughter, Antonette, and Miss Mary Williams of Bancroft were visitors Sunday at the Frank MlUer home. Mi*, and JMra Vanoe !Lester, and of Mrs. Owens' parents, Mr. and Mr*, Henry Boevers, Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod and Nettie and Gladys, went to Alton* on Saturday. Mrs. Welsbrod is taking treatments of Dr. Scanian. The W. 0. T. V. essay contest winners have been announced as Hazel Welsbrod, first; Adrts second and John Bailey, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mr. and Mrs, •?. F. Newel, F, Bailey fend children, Donnajean and Hadley were entertained at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley on Sunday. Section Foreman and Mrs. Ira Bromley and children, Betty Lou, and Cor* win went to Lakeview, Iowa, Friday for a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Bromley's sister. Mrs. Chas. Lauritzen went to Rinard on Friday of last week. Accompanied from there by her daughter, Mrs. Carl Wolfe she went to Des Moines. She returned home Sunday. The seniors gave their class play. "The High Flyers", Thursday and Friday nights. The play was a success to every way. A £ood crowd was to attendance both evenings. Glen Ditsworth, who has been teaching at Trenton, Nebzraska, the past year arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Earl Dean, Saturday. David Waite of Everett, Washington, visited Friday at the home of his brother, Dr. J. F. Waite. He came to attend the funeral of his sister, Ellen Waite, at Emmetsburg .Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz motored to Fort Dodge Friday. Their daughter, Mrs. Agnes Walton of Chicago, who had been visiting relatives at that place, returned with them. The Adolph and John Gramenz families are enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Erick Wingren of Chicago, since , I*. Ftatps Mm* tfcte it«jm ShMfettartl tact W* ww in- jural white pfejft* few* b*tt Jwt twk wtr, and Mr*. Wnv Ctonaan and son spwnt Stmtfe? at \M CteraM Brat* Th* <aM«. Ofewn family spent Sunday ai UM> Bernard l#*per home near Lone Rock, The pupils at school received the Snick tost Monday morning for diphtheria. Buell Bedford of Oak Park, Illinois, is visiting at the home of his uncle, H. O. Buell . Mrs. James Wlnjln entertained eight ladles Friday to honor of her mother's birthday. Rev. S. H. Aten and his class of boys enjoyed a picnic at West Bend Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow of Dolll- ver were week end guests at the F. O. Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Morrison of Mason City were guests at the F. L. Ryerson home Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Schmidt and son and Mrs. sons, Edmund and Duane, were over Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Lester's parents near Boone. A. M. Lester drove to Cherokee on Saturday and brought home his son, Maynard, who has been there for several weeks taking treatments. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown of Cedar Falls over the week end. Mr. Brown was a former teacher to the public schools here. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. Abel Behrends and the T. E. Dailey family were up from Algona Sunday visiting relatives and attending the M. A. Furst funeral. The George Breen family of Woden and the George Hlgglns family of Tl- tonka were here Sunday visiting at the home of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koppen. Mrs. Andrew Koppen, who recently filed suit for divorce from Andrew Koppen of Lincoln township, has withdrawn the case and returned to the home of her husband. UTS. Addle Seymour, president of the Farmers •& Drovers State Bank here, was op from 'Algona several days looking after her farm Mrs. B. N. Olemans, wife of the editor of the North KosRuth Record, accompanied by her son, Robert, drove to Eted Wing, Minnesota, last Friday being called there by the illness of her nother. Mrs. S. P. Friets, who lives west of town Is seriously ill. Mrs. Chas. Peterson southwest of town is also very ill, and August Ogren, who lives with his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Winter, is also ill and confined to his bed most of the time. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday at the church parlors, the hostesses being Mrs. C. R. Smith, Mrs. Loyal Gingerich, Mrs. August Gutknecht and Miss Emma Gutknecht. They will also serve a twenty-five cent supper to the public. The Guy Beemer family moved last week into the Mrs. Mary Rosenau residence. The Bertus Jansen family moved into the Beemer residence which they recently purchased and the Geo. Mussman family moved into the rooms over the furniture store. Mrs. Tillie Hanson, daughter Anna, son Arthur, Mrs. Laura Penny and daughter, Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nltz, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Meyer and son, Raymond were at Fenton last Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Albert Brandt. Monday. Mrs. Wingren is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Wingren of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shultz of Hazelhearth, Wisconsin, who have been visiting at the Adolph and John Gramenz homes the past few days, left for Minneapolis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel and family, Miss Irene Newel and Miss Agnes Goetch picnicked Sunday to the state park at Algona. They were Joined there by the Misses Viola Light, Frances Bailey and Julia Ames of Britt. Rev. E. T. Gerkin, pastor of the M. E. church was able for the first time since his Illness, to preach the forenoon service Sunday. Dr. Tomhave, Chas. BIgsby and Prof. Preston, a gospel team from EsthervlUe, had charge of the evening service. Editor J. A. Schwartz -and son, Karl, Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Mrs. O. J. Ranney went to Des Mbines Friday. Mr. Schwartz and Karl attended the editorial convention and Mrs. Laage and Mrs. Ranney visited with relatives. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. Roy Stoeber and sister, Mrs. Louis Reed of Mason City went to Esthervflle Friday where they met Mrs. Reed's sister-to-law, Miss Jean Reed, and from there they drove to Fairmont for a visit at the Chas. Bassett home. MT. and Mrs. Bassett are the parents of Mrs. Stoeber and Mrs. Reed. . while-playing vita the lawn mower. She cut the thumb of her left hand badly at the first Joint She was taken to Hurt and Dr. Clapsaddle dressed the injury. At first it was thought necessary to amputate it but was later decided to the contrary. After an extended visit at the H. Warner home, Miss T.jnian James accompanied by her uncle, O. S. Warner and cousin, Lola Warner, drove to Prescott, Minnesota, Sunday where she was met by relatives and returned with them to her home at Baraboo, Wisconsin. Miss Edith James returned with Oscar and will visit at the H. Warner home for an indefinite period. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met in the M. E. church parlors Thursday, afternoon, May 1. Mrs. O. J. Welsbrod had charge of the devo- tlonals. Papers were read by Mrs. J. P. Newel and Mrs. R. O. Goetch. Reports of the district convention held at Algona April 30, were given by Mrs O. J. Welsbrod, Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and Mrs. Philip Wels- brod. Other attendants at the convention were Mrs O. G. Humphrey and Mrs. M. Welsbrod. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. P. Hansen and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod. PENTON NEWS. Ed. Denhert of LuVerne was a business caller In town Thursday. The George Rockwood family moved to Worthington last week Saturday. Mro. L. J. Welsbrod and daughter, Gladys were Fairmont visitors on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Miller were entertained at the H. P. Rasmussen home In Ringsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Rinard visited at the Charles Lauritzen and Rex Wolfe homes Sunday. The Wallace Brown family of Gruver were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean. Miss Jesse Harmon was a dinner guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Emma Curry, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Schmidt and son, Forrest, of Buffalo Center were Sunday visitors at the A. J. Krause home. Nineteen members from here attended the Epworth League rally at Dolllver Monday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Clark of Emmetsburg were guests Friday at the home of Mrs. Clark's brother, Dr. J. F. Waite. Mr. and Mrs. August Kerstein of Clinton, Minnesota, arrived Friday for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Filer of Council Bluffs came Friday for a visit at the Philip Welsbrod home. They returned home Monday. Dora Glaus, Betty Jean Schwartz, Paul Bailey and Edith Wolfe, Howard Shulte and Vernon Ohm all have the measles this week. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Owens of Jefferson, were entertained at the home LEDYAHD NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry were callers at Algona last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson were business callers at Algona last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Knoner were visit- Ing with relatives at Lakota Thusrday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Sunday with relatives at Frost, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son were transacting business at Swea City Friday evening. Several from here attended the missionary society convention at Algona last Wednesday. Mrs. Ed. Halverson and daughters were business callers at Elmore Saturday afternoon. Mr! and Mrs. W. A. Dutton of Algona were calling on relatives here on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and son were callers at the Ed. Campbell home here Wednesday afternoon. The M. E. Ladles' Aid met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. George Moulton. A fair sized crowd was present. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son spent Sunday evening at the R. J. Campbell home near Seneca. The junior-senior banquet was held at the schoolhouse Saturday evening. The entertainment was in the form of "The Rainbow Trail." Muit B« The Insurance companies «a« that toe suicide rate In th« country Is •bowing a steady increase. Muit be that a lot of folks are running out of places to go.—Los Angeles Times. Schmidt and baby spent Sunday at the Paul Moore home. Maxlne Jensen celebrated her fourth birthday Thursday by entertaining a number of little friends. The Junior-senior banquet will be held May 14th by the mothers of the Juniors at the school house. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mary Lee drove to Storm Lake Sunday to visit the George Piersol family. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughter Marilda, Mrs. H. O. Buell and Mrs. W ,T. Peters drove to Fort Dodge Saturday. Miss Anita Rearson and her brpth- e», Leroy, of Litchfield, Minnesota, were Sunday guests at the F. O. Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Honkel, Mr. and Mrs. Valla Jentz of Elmore, Minnesota, were guests at the Wm. Rtogsdorf home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Godden of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn called at the Charles Olson home on Sunday. The Albert Bewick family of Rock Valley spent the week end here with Albert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Bewick. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son, Chas, will go to Ames Thursday where they will visit Walter and attend the Veishea celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Whalen and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Chipman spent Sunday at Tuttle Lake. Mrs. N. E. Bartlett of Algona visted at the W. A. Ladendorf home Monday afternoon and attended the Rebakah convention here. ' *«ttfawn*6«i*«Br USED CABS One 1929 s Model A tudof -*—*»« One 192S Model A tudor fc —-«. M One 1928 Model A coupe _-,_..-_*— One 1929 C&etrdlet 6 coach _^ -.$425 One 1928 Owfolet sedan —- The above cars are-iii A-l condition and are to move quickly, We also have Buick, Bodge and Cadillac cars priced frttfat $10 to $150. See our used 1 cars before you Buy; M wffl pay you. Can arrange terms to 1 Kent Mfftor Co. Phone 434 O&tt&tXXttltt&W^ Wednesday of last week'from a three weeks' stay, afc the home of her niece, Mrs. Charles Brierle. A convention of the Federated Woman's club was held here at the M. E. church Thursday. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz and Mrs. Tillie Dexter drove to Truman, Minnesota, Saturday where they visited at the H. E. Volentine home. Miss Margaret Morness entertained the senior class or which she is a member to a theatre party at the Beltone Theatre Tuesday evening. Relatives of A. A. Graham received word last week stating that he was improving. A drain has been put to hia limb and he is still to bed. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pannkuk moved to the tenant house at the Wm. Rike home near Titonka where Mr. Pannkuk will work for Mr. Rike. The Woman's club received over iwenty-one dollars for their share of subscriptions taken for the Woman's Companion and the Country Gentleman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Housour moved into the Hiram Ward house on Monday. Mr. Housour has been work- tog the past two months for R. W. Smith. Miss Esther Toebbto and her mother came from Chicago Sunday. Mrs. Toebbto will remain here for the summer and Esther will have three weeks' vacation. An Epworth League rally was held Tuesday night here at the Methodist church. Slides were shown of the institute at Okoboji, which were very interesting. The Ladles' Aid society will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. D. T. Hobson, Mrs. Carrie Metazer and Mrs. Bertha Schwletert as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Welsbrod and Stanley Munch of Fenton visited at the LeRoy Boettcher home and attended the Beltone theatre here one even- tog last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bushman of Truman, Minnesota, were guests at the W. T. Trainer home Sunday. Mrs. Laura Paine of Algona was also a guest at the Trainer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rtogsdorf attended the senior class play at Bancroft on Sunday night. Miss Isabella Mulligan, a sister of Mrs. Rtogsdorf is a senior at that school this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford of Webster City spent the week end at the J. H. Graham home. The Oliver Graham family of Fenton also spent Sunday evening at the Graham home. Ted Rtogsdorf took Mrs. Rtogsdorf's mother, Mrs. Pat Mulligan to Rochester, Minnesota, Tuesday where she entered the M»yo hospital for treatment. She has been ill with gall stones for some time. Russell Chipman came up from Ames Friday and spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Ohipman. Sunday his parents took him to Fort Dodge where he took the train for Ames. Wm, Murray, brother of John Murray, passed away last Thursday morn- tog. He was eighty-three years old. Funeral services were conducted on Sunday and interment made to the iBurt cemetery. Family Row Winds Up in Mayor's Court. Milton Kaln was brought before Mayor Ogren Tuesday morning on the charges filed by Carl Taft. It seems that Mr. and Mrs. Kain, who are new arrivals in Algona and who live on West State street, were having a family free-for-all and that Mrs. Kain ran over to the Taft house. She told Taft all about it and then Kain arrived on the scene and started to clean-up Taft, Fftmr air reports he succeeded! lind&>- ing • thte" and' Taft filed' tide' ctiargem However,- Tart' felled "tir appear and tes* " tify" M'thr case- was -dfmlsBed' and ' let 'off" with'- a^ warning tb'BeuHve hitnv- self 'and ' not 1 ttr indulge" lir any more 1 asttdnff&i German-Lutheran Church': Corner "of "North Wooster and' East'. Elm street/ H.'naBbe, pastor: There'wlir be-German services nexb Sunday F.&NORTON&3BN You, too, can remodel your home. .Perhaps^y.oui need new oak floors, a new roflff.or new ihtaih- ior trim. If you dp, kindJtyyalll oa us and 1 Mr, us 'help solve your"remodeHng> problems. We are headquarters for oakdiboring and'millK- | work. ES.NQ LUMBER*. HAT SA\)E35 AND SATISFIES -FOR Mother's Day Beautiful gift boxes filled with delightful sweets. A casserole, Our Four in One, o* a Futuristic package, these and many others. Something mother can use long after the sweets are gone. Martha Washington and othejr delightful chocolates to gladden the heart of your Dear Mother. Remember Mother on her day, May llth at the Algonquin 101 East State St. Algona, Iowa, GOOD USED CARS 1930 Pontiac coach, new 1928 Pontiac coach 1928 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chevrolet sedan 1927 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chev. sport COUPQ 1929 Ford coupe 1926 Ford coupe Ford roadster AMONA AUTO MARKET.»""*»-« Jf QW 9, Phone 39 J

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