The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1930 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 7, 1930
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SEXTON NEWS, Charles Atoan and family. Mrs. John Huff, «•*., spent Monday afternoon at the Floyd Paisley home, Mrs. Paisley who is sicfc Mrs. Sarah Bauer, east of town, will entertain the Sexton Ladles' Aid at her home Thursday afternoon, May fr BANCROFT NEWS. sick had a" relapse Sunday" night "and is now confined to her bed for a time. who has been —-— ™.«w MWUU HOI/ ScGrn to iiii~ as fast as her friends would de- The local Epworth League meeting was led Sunday evening by Lloyd Steven and a nice little crowd was in attendance. ..— -• Sanders Completed his work at the Lou Bolenus farm last week. He at MHW^^ As Youth Would Have It m that place. " ~ r " ~~ hoUS6 Mrs. _ Sunday evehing"after"four"twe1s Forest City. The Sexton community band is prospering quite fast. There are twenty- two men in it now and all are Bi&klnjt good headway. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara, southeast of town, Were Sunday evening visitors with the former's mother, Mrs. Wm. Kutschara. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and twin daughters of Woden were Sunday evening callers with their grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. alid Mrs. Strother Wise and family, east of town, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cink and daughter, Irene, were Sunday dinner guests with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink and children, | southwest of Wesley. The farmers are most all busy planting com. A number started Monday. L. P. Brethorst helped his son, F. M. Monday and Mack Wise helped his brother, Strother Wise, plant corn on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Huff, Sr., left on Friday afternoon for Outhrie, Illinois, in answer to a telegram stating that Mrs. Huff's aunt, Mrs. Cooper, was not expected to live. Mrs. Cooper is ninety years old and she had raised Mrs. Huff, taking her as a child of five. Leslie Huff took his mother and father as far as Webster City where they took the train for Illinois. Hearjr CHwwttay of Afteadia, Iowa, spent to* iwek WH| *ttJ> Bancroft friends. R. K. Hutton «nd Jo* Jenks returned home from Des Moincs Saturday where they attended « newspapermen's con* venUon. Randall Horton of 81 Paul spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. George Horton. and trtth other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Cftttnody of Cyl- nder visited with Bancroft friends on Sunday. They were former residents of this place. Miss Margaret Hansen, who is attending college at Ames spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hansen. Miss Leona Mescher left Monday for Des Moines where she will visit her sister and brother, Mary and Ambrose, who have positions there. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Janvrin and daughter of Manyaska, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the Harry Janvrin and Peter Godfredson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauers, Jr., of - CEESCO NEWS. ^®tt&OttX&8^^ Mr. and Mrs. Arcnie McDaniels and twins of Sioux Rapids were visitors on Sunday at the D. D. Sparks home. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter of Seneca and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid of Good Hope were callers at the C. H. Potter home Sunday. Miss Hazel McCartney of La -Junta, Colorado, left Wednesday of last week LINERY |s That Crackle m ae. jt^^TJjJietr H^.,^, leSy'new colors ^ J Therels a great diversity of ifface models as well as new deve- hair weaves and taffetas. sjffi..y.-. |t| are summery, they are different, fetal to you and we have a big selection Priced— • i^uiiuuuu, icii, weane^aay 01 last week for her home after visiting her brother, W. H. Bosworth for two weeks. The two youngest children of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks are recovering from the measles and Mary Runchey is having them this week. Fortunately they are in a mild form. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney of Livermore were guests Thursday evening at the E. C. Potter home and Mr. Raney put on an aluminum demonstration. Twenty-four were present. Mrs. G. C. Stewart and family enjoyed a visit during Easter vacation from her sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma of Lincoln, Nebraska. Thelma Is attending the university at Lincoln. Mrs. "Mary Runchey and son, Ellis Robert" S5,OQ $5,95 WVWVWWWWV'WW THE REXALL STORE Mother's Day Candy 1.50 ABTSTYLE, one pound pkg. ABTSTYLE, two pound pkg. The Davis line of Mother's Day cards and mottoes. ,. ..'r Brown v 8an«f "Constant'Loyerfg? — —„,, ^. hostess playingMfce ac- coripajiiment. ' The. devotions werp -In keepings, with Mother's Day and, were read^by Mrs. Douglas Wildln. This society .will have a food and bake sale Saturday, May 10 at Akre's store. Mrs. F. L. Miller, and son, Dolpr, returned home the ifore part of last week from Minneapolis. Mrs. James Crawford of Whittemore accompanied them. They visited with Mrs. Crawford's sister, Mrs. Alice Miller and daughters, Gladys and June. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beatty in St. Paul. Mrs. McCartney is visiting here from Colorado and accom- pained them, visiting at the home of her brothers-in-law, Elmer and Henry McCartney. Arcadia, Iowa, spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Matt Bauer, Sr. The base ball game played on the ocal diamond Sunday between Buffalo Center and Bancroft, was won by the latter, the score being 6 to 4. William Bolster of Waterloo and Miss Lucille Bolster of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the home of their mother Mrs. Kate Bolster and at the Charles Stauder home. Mrs. Pat Mulligan left Tuesday for Rochester, Minnesota, where she will enter the hospital for an examination for gall stones with which she has been troubled for some time. Peggy Dietering, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dietering, entertained a number of her girl friends at a party Sunday afternoon, it being her eighth birthday. Games were played after which a dainty lunch was served. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, daughters, Margaret and Julia, and Mrs. William Quinn and daughter drove to Des Moines Monday. Julia .who came home two weeks ago, to attend the wedding of her brother will again resume her duties at the Kennedy Beauty school. WHITTEMORE NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber have moved to the home they recently purchased in the north part of town. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh entertained Mr. Cavanaugh's father and mother and his brother and his wife on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and daughter, Mary Joyce, of Lawler visited Sunday at .the home of Mrs. James O'Brien. > i, A • i> «*. > SALE THREE DAYS/x/Thursday, Saturday, May 8, 9,10 and The 2-for'-$15.00 dress sale is one of the big sale events in this store's calendar. Last fall we sold dozens and doezns and dozens of fine silk dresses at this ridiculously low price. hrer 100 High-Gratie Silk Dresses -. to be Sold s Polrot & ScKattschnelder have _ sold a,,Bulck , , . Here's your opportunity—5 gallons Red Barn Paint for the price of 4— Outside House Paint $1.95 per gallon- other bargains. One week beginning May 10th. Gamble Stores. 46 EXCURSION TO CHICAGO Round Trip K, D, JAMES Algona, Iowa Get our price before you dispose of your wool. Greenberg May9th-10th • ci^rcicu amiu'jiuiv.iuueaB-lWIUCaaCOn- flned him to a hospital in 'Sioux-City por sjonw jjtone, - , ;"'y h ^"fT ; ''*" ••"~UAtU'- 1 JP* x '^ii!Qo&i^ ; 'iaHfryiiiDido1i mproved since her recent Ulness.,She 5,'now able to^be'-'up, and about the house. Season, Ned/ of Detroit, Michigan, is here for a visit. The school in district No. 9, Lotts Creek township, was closed last week on account of an epidemic of measles among the children. The teacher, Miss We offer over 100 new spring silk dresses during this two days' sale —$11.75, $15.00 and even a few $19.75 dresses—all sizes in all the wanted materials- prints, georgettes, plain flat crepes—your unrestricted choice of the lot at Z 'B'V Kindly come prepared to buy two dress- 1 IV.P&CC AC es as tile succe ? s °* tnis s ale depends on JL/1 V>dd(?d tne rapidity with which we can sell two garments 1 , Extra, experienced salesladies will wait on you—you will receive the same courteous treatment that is accorded you when you buy a regular priced garments in our ready-to-wear department. • If you prefer a "better" dress, we will place on sale for these three days, also, two dresses for $25.00 which will include dresses at $15.00, $19.75 and $24.50.' Be on hand Thursday, Friday and Saturdy, May 8, $ and 10th for the bigest sale event of 1930. www * MMMf tW)^^ •'At the regular meeting of the council UConday evening, there-was a commit- , «e of men present who asked the coun- Geneva Walters was ill with an attack of the flu. several days Mrs. Fred Peterson and two daughters of Garner visited Sunday at the John Mosbach home. They had come in particular to see Mr. Mosbach's first grandchild, Gerald Doyle, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle. William Struecker is putting up an up-to-date chicken house on his farm The building is 20x68 feet and Is completely ventilated and insulated Inside Nick Mergen also has a new chicken house, It being 28x36 feet and is a modern building. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler of Fairmont were in town over the week end. It is reported that the Chnschilles home has been sold to Mr and Mrs. August Shealer. M. P. McDonnell made the deal. The school board has rehired Prof P. J. Rochford as superintendent for the coming year. He will again have M:ss Mary Schiltz in the high school and Miss Nettie Sammin in the primary room. The new teachers will be Miss Botsford of Britt as principal and Miss Lamuth of Algona in the grammar room. Lv Lv. Ar. in. Algoua ^8:06 p Britt 8:38 p. m. Chicago _8:00 a. m. Beturning Tickets will be honored for return trip to leave Chicago not later than 11:30 p. m., May 11. Tickets good in Coaches Only. Ask the Ticket Agent for full particulars. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD Notice of Public Auction of Real Estate. In Bankruptcy No. 2831. In the district court of the United States, in and for the Northern District of Iowa. Central Divlson. In the matter of Murtagh Brothers, a co-partnership composed of Edward J. Murtagh and Charles B. Murtagh; and Edward J. Murtagh (sometimes known as E. J. Murtagh) and Charles B. Murtagh (some times known as C. B. Murtagh) as individuals, bankrupts. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the east door of the court house in Algona, Iowa, on the 17th day of May, A. D., 1930, at two o'clock p. m. of said day the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, to-wit: The Southwest Fractional Quarter (SW. fr. 14) of Section One (1), Township Ninety-six (96), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), west of the 5th p. m., containing about 172.4 acres. Subject to taxes (general and special) of the years 1028 and 1929, but free and clear of a certain mortgage of twelve thousand dollars ($12,000.00) held by the Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank, Chicago, Illinois, and free and clear of all other liens and incum- brances, for cash. P. P. ZERFASS, Trustee of the Estate of Murtagh 48 Brothers, Bankrupt. , H^wagner, center, «cW;?«Vi'Dau.4ett - ft-—~r i IM»V ww,.***^ yMj<m»V. at 'motors 4 to^radios. , „„,,, w ^„„„„ was<i|dvjsed to find out the" plan that does away with the disturbance and the councJLMll act on It later. "The Indians who had a camp in the Vaudt grove south of town for the past few weeks, have left for their home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. These people have spent the winter in Texas and are on their way north to open their medicine show. There were five families, all,related in the camp, and had very UP t° date living quarters. During their stay here a son was born to Mr and Mrs. John Smith, a young couple belonging to the camp. The young people's society of the Lutheran church have organized a kitten ball team and have Joined a league which is composed of the towns of Mallard, West Bend, Fairville, Fenton, Burt and Whittemore. They played their first game at Mallard Sunday and won by the score of 7 to 10. It was a double jame, the first game being played by MaUard and West Bend. Mallard won >y the score of 14 to 1. Prof. Jesson s president of the society and his team is composed of the following members: S. Meyer, catcher; A. Meyer, pitcher; H.'Behnke, first base; E. Maahs ., . second base; H. Zumach, third base; H Wants; 1 For Sale, Etc. Conservative investors are buying Gamble Store's 7 per cent Preferred Stock because of the diversification of lines of merchandise carried and territory covered. Assures year round income. 46 FOR BENT— Two furnished sleeping rooms. C811447-W. 46-47* FOR SALE—Potatoes for seed or the table.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 46* FOR SALE—Chinchilla ,,and New Zealand White rabbits. Breeding age. W.OO a pah-.—Robert J. Nelson, 208 S. Ridgely. : 46 Second hand electric washers.—Kohlhaas Hardware. 46 FOR SALE-7-New model 60 Atwater Kent radio cabinet at a bargain.—H. D. Olapsaddle. 46 FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. Call .Upper Des Moines-Republican, 230. 46* Two girls want housework. eoces f given. Refer- ' "FOR SALB-^-Residence lot close in. Paving and walk. Low price.— Murtagh Brothers. 45-48* Will buy lawn mowers needing repair. Parts and six repaired mowers for sale. —Matt Holtzbauer. 45-48* FOR SALE—Mammoth bronze turkey eggs, $3.00 per dozen.—Mrs. Martin Becker, Irvington. 45-47* _ Two second hand coal ranges.—Kohlhaas .Hardware. ' 49 FOR SALE OR TRADE—A fine place in central Florida for a place In or near Algona.—Charles Albright. 42-43 Two second hand oil brooders in good shape.—Kohlhaas Hardware. 45 DR. P. E. WALLET. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. . Located over Zender & Oaldwell's Clothing Store. Phones—Office 79, Residence 657-W. ALGONA, IOWA. THREE DAYS SALE! | Thursday, Friday, Saturday MAY 8'9 Saturday only—Canvas gloves 60 per pair—limit 2 pair while stock lasts. Other bargains and specla? prices each day for one week. Gamble Stores. 46 ~^Sf r '^s&9*t^ar *»p' 1 ^BS r •«^Bp^Bpine«(i»«ip^pp' .m "^FP- •^w^!^» • •——"-—- -^~mp~ • i^w ^Br»" ^mr Last week, Marshall Field & Co. (wholesale) moved from their old location to the Merchandise Mart, largest building in the world, They celebrated this event by offering unusual bargains in standard high quality merchandise. One of these items was a large number of fine curtain grenadines and embroidered marquisettes which we offer for these three days in this a great • ^ 59c and 75c tfc Af» lues for JPif w These are first quality, cream and eery, opjored, 38-inch extra fine marquisettes and grenadines, just #he thing fop your new spring curtains, They are regular 59e and 7§c goods and we cajuwl.urge you too slrongly to attend this special three days'sale, <v vwywwvwwvfr . »v

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