The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 10
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• • • • : • • • i • • • • <THE -DISTINCTIVE &ARRE g&ANlTB Choosing a Memorial ^Need not be an exacting task. It calls forth the discrimination and judgment of the buyer. It requires the same good taste that you would use in planning a beautiful building. „ Your choice of everlasting Rock of Ages granite, • '.'• coupled with the exemplary service which we have 5 built Up ; through long experience in memorial • craftsmanship can make the tribute truly expres- • % sive of those whom you wish to commemorate. • '•'••. ., . . [ Godden Monument Co. fir Established 1878 Phone 293 or 381 • , . Four Factories, One Price, Service^and Quality. *************************************** >' *«„*«- -s - - yiKjwAwwvflMvw^^ Let's All Go to the Kossuth County Fair ie,re will be on exhibit the »t;this,county produces in ijetfe giye good- support tova. '.* : ~- a 'f8±riri'fi' goo,d countyj',; Rustemier- Schiltz Wedding at Bancroft, August 26. Special:A pretty wedding, took place at St. John's Cathdlic church Monday morning at eight o'clock August 25, when Miss Veronica Schiltz became the bride of Henry Rustemler. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. D. Plsch. The attendants of the couple were Miss Dorothy Schiltz, sister of the bride and Bernard Hurn, cousin of the groom. The bride looked Very neat in a wed-, d'ng gowh of white satin crepe. She wore a long silk embroidered veil and carried a shower bouquet of white asters, and swansonia. The bridesmaid v;ore a coral georgette ensemble with white Jace hat and "carried a bouefuet of pink asters and ferns. v After the ceremony at the church the biidal party motored to the homo of the bride's parents, where a three course dinner was served 'to about sixty immediate relatives of the bride and The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Schiltz, who make their home on a farm north of town. She was graduated from St. John's parochial high school and for the past few years has been teaching in the rural schools of the county. The groom is the son of Mike Rustemier, who resides northwest of Bancroft. He is an ambitious and upright farmer and very well known in this vicinity. After a week's wedding trip spent In Minneapolis they will be at home on a farm north of town after October LOCAL NKWS. Mr. and Mm John feohlhftfts Art «** r-ected home tddfif fi»m Den Molnea where they h&ve J«eti Wnee Sunday attending the luwa Jtftte falf. Joe Outin of.dtthix.Oity WAS &n Al- goha caller iMeMfty. Mr. Ounn was foftnerly one -of the Btttf half-nillers on the University of Iowa track team. Mr, and Mrs< W« A. Sigsebee re* turned home Monday from St. Paul and Minneapolis, Where they Have been on a business .and pleasure trip the past several days. The Wehler Jewblry eases are being redecorated this week with a new pea» cock blue background which makes a handsome setting for the pewter, silver, und other articles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles »agen of Chicago who visited at ths Frank Veto home last week, returned to their home the first of the week. They had also visited relatives at Titohka. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vincent and daughter, Ora, returned Friday from an auto trip through Yellowstone Park and report a most enjoyable trip. They wefe gone about two Weeks, Cecil McGlnnis w driving the Diamond oil truck for the Mid-Continent Oil Company on State street. He is a son of Chas. McOinnis, Who operates the Skelly Oil Company station on Diagonal street. Vernon easier and little sister, Esther, visited with relatives in Esther- vllle Sunday. He drove on to Fair- morit and visited friends there. Esther will remain In Estherville about a week IOWA STATE BANK KOSSUTH CO. STATE BANK FOR SERVICE Send Us Finest Apparel WITH ASSURANCE fi nOrWl OI lOWIl UltC* v/^wwv* YYUi icuiuu* *ii *aow»*^» »**»%» W.WWMW « • • — first Relatives from out of town at-1 where she will visit an aunt and cous- tendW the wedding were: Mr. and I ins. Mrs. William Rustemier and children | Mr _ ant } jjrs. Dan J. Brady of Pitts- and Mrs. W.- P. Hurn and family of i j, urg h, Pennsylvania, and his mother, Algona, and Miss Elizabeth Rustemler., j^, Ju u a B rady, of Port Dodge, were • i callers at the J.'W. Sullivan home on Tuesday. Mr. Brady and Wade Sullivan were classmates at the University of Notre Dame. Miss Jane Vincent returned Sunday from Glendale, California, where she spent the summer with her brother, Verle and wife 1 . She will leave soon for Chicago, where she has accepted the position as head of the English department in the Franklin Park high school. Miss Ella Wegener, who was a popular teacher in the Algona schools fcr several years, has been -visiting old friends here, being a guest at the home of Mrs. Laura Paine. Miss Wegener, whose home is at Hull, Iowa, Is to again teach-at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the coming year. Mrs. N. C. Skow and small daughter, Dorothy, returned to then- home at Chicago Wednesday after spending several weeks with Mrs. Skow's mother, Mrs. Katheririe Turner and her sister, Mrs. G. White. Mrs. Skow will stop in Mason Citf for a brief visit with friends enroute home. 1 Miss Vera Steil has taken a leave of absence from her duties as kindergarten teacher at Sioux City and will remain at home this fall. This will enable her to resume her teaching under different circumstances more to Assignments of School Rooms. School will begin Monday morning at nine o'clock and all children are asked to report then. Superintendent Overmyer has done his best to make satisfactory arrangements to take care of the children this year while the, new school building is in construction.. Beginners and.B-1 pupils report at the Baptist church; A-l, B-2 and A-2 pupils to the Methodist church; B-3 pupils to the Library; B-3, A-3 and B-4 pupils to the Congregational church, B-5, A-5 and B-6 pupils to the City HaU. At the Third Ward, beginners report to room one; B-2 and B-3 pupils to room two; B-4, A-4 and B-5 pupils, room three; A-6 and B-6i pupUs to room four. At Bryant, beginners and B-2 pupils will report to Miss Wallace. The B and A eighth, grades will be seated in the assembly room at the high school; grades A-7 and one B-7 division In room C and the ^balance of that grade In room D.. Ninth graders and -those pupils who did not enroll last spring before school closed are to report at the high school, on Saturday morning at 8:30. You are Itiyltet! to viiit "who is who" anil "what** wfiat" Iti 6thef words an - r-'-. . EXHIBITION OF STii From August 27 tough all of Fair Week See the style. ^.^^ wear this Fall, These ten- days are set apart for the purposeof ^"W our friends on what is what -Enough of the stock is in to fully show the style trends, Westbrook for high school or small men, fancy back 19.50 The English Tweed 22.50 Knitted texture, plain gray or shepherd plaid, wrinkle proof and shower proof. Nationally advertised at $30. 25.00 fancy patterns 27.50 _ . . j o j _ -I her advantage than a resignation, and TWO Injured OUnaay i she will be able,tb4a^e up her work • A M. A —I JAV.I- i laer If she decldea'to.da so. ; in Auto Accident. ^ and Blairs. W. j>. Tatem and* her •daugh- 'located to _„ terTDorothea, of Nora Springs, were they went to Sou "? cut and bruised about their face stacv beotan worl arms Sunday .when* the - car to i they* w'era.tlding,,collided ,wiUi Wj> ^ ne«drfa?en by OFA&Christ -of Superior^ yplpye^^— - ThSldent taplened^ee^inae^lBend.vMrs. for #est of -Algona o» Highway No. 16. The wo were'taken'to>tbe hospital where- they received treatment, In the Tatem car were Mr.''and Mrs. Tatem, the daughter and two sons. They were returning from Spirit Lake to their home. Mr. Christ was driving to his home to Superior fromMa- son City and was going west. There were four other members of his family with him. . Tatem was following four cars ana turned out to pass them, without see- LHE the other car approach. Neither driver could get out of the other's way and the cars crashed head on and were thrown from the road. Both cars were badly damaged. Mrs. Tatem and her daughter were the only ones injured. m m H You'll find our work of the highest possible quality, because of now modern equipment, skilled, ex- 'perieuced workers, efficient, planned management. This assured quality is important for all your dry cleaning needs. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Our Glove Cleaning—A small but service. Algona, Iowa. worth Legion Air Show Sunday, Sept. 21 The Hagg Post of the American Le glon in Algona is putting on an ai show Sunday, September 21 at the lo cal airport west o£ Algona. A glia er exhibition will be put on here for the first time giving many local peo- I pie their first Bight of this new air sport. The show will be conducted under the rules of the National Aero- i gtacy are again ',ew months ago .. VJ -r tJrota, where Mr, Itacy began 'working on a ranch, but — ^ ^ —,, ^ gt^e'nuous for him, to the nean,,,West HATS KRAFT-MISBACH will run in the following order. .1. Shades of browtt., 2. Shades of pewter to dark grey. 3rd 'fancy blues, mostly two button models. You will really do us a favor to look and try on during the 10 days for lat/ er buying* \ BOSTONIAN SHOES Opposite Post Office. Open evenings Fair ' Week. buyers. and Eight (8), all in Block dred Eighty-six (186), Call's Addition, to Algona, Iowa, lying east of Diagonal street, Algona, Iowa, to - *""~ er for the sum of Twelve > ^. r ^, r -~ Dollars $1200.00) according "to , .the terms and conditions of $he. contract of , sale attached to said application. and to which application, you,, are J», for, '~~ '• •-* »*mmvK*m***nttm*m»**a*u**u***mua********* jnafcfng her. home with' a niece/ Mrs: John Larouth 'and daughters, Esther and Irene; returned Tuesday from a visit to lola, Kansas, at the lonte of Mrs. lawuth's sister, Mrs. B, P. Dullea. They vlsted. other points In Kansas and Nebraska before returning lome. Mrs. Wm. Ryno and two sons of Fort Dodge are exneected in Algona ;his week for a visit at the John Lamuth home. Mr. and Mrs, Sumner Quarton and twins, Betsy and,Gardner, from Hollywood, left Saturday for Des Molnes after visiting at the home of Sumner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton for several days. They leave Des Moines the last of the week with Mrs. Quarton's slsfer and family, the James Le- Crons for New York, from where they will sail for Europe to spend about a year. E. C. Wilkins, son of the well known pioneer resident of Algona, Perry Wilkins, was visiting among old friends in Algona the first of the week, having driven up from his home at St. Joseph, Missouri, for a short vacation trip. "Dode" was one of the live wires in Algona in the eighties and nineties. He has now been living in St. Joe for many years and holds a responsible poslton with the Armour Packing Company. He was well known and popular as a young man but says he finds . You fceaSnglonf said', applicatton- &* tfa^coiirt-liouse -to 'Ajg,^,, pn thV4th day of September,; .A, ' VI**J w* ****^«inf»»»>»w«.( ,~rr —!1930, ftV-infr o'clock p. m., of said day, at whtch'tttme you may appear and phow cause; If any you, have, why W* order should not be entered authonz- ing said- sale., L. A, ANDREW, i <n l_*-i.'_ ?'.**:'- 4>V*« Verne, Iowa. •6-tf , FOB SALE—Phonograph with 30 records, ,$25r;cost *l6p.OO. ,. Great «nap, Onll OOrt J ," ."._** a' '/ ' 8 Call 230." FABM LOANS AT-HH/4% .INTEREST City residences and fanns for sale. List ydur'sproperty''Witb; l us.' street. 11* FOR SALE—Cafe • and building, rooms in connection, do tog. good, business. Only one to small town. Cigarettes. Ice cream,-candles, soft drinks Ind icebustaesi. Will sell at a sacrifice. Write Hardy Cafe, Hardy, torn. Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver pf the County Savings Bank, Algonai Iowa. By R. H, MILLER, Examiner in. Charge. • Wants, For Sale, Etc. " LOST—Sniall black news notebook, containing personal card and other cards of identification, Reward for return to this office,—June A. Corey. 11-tf "- — -- - _. .„ r ,°"ionly two or three whom he knew in nautical association. There will be A ' ona besWeg nlg re i atlveS( Charley something new in the line of bomb Ed j &nd some , other re i ft . dropping contests and pony express by I,. plane will be featured by the various tlves - FOR SALE—Large Burch electric pop corn machine. For two operators 5e¥*:-nno^s,563;il0^i«v» ;fi^4." »£f*\*\*.•*«*<:_ —,„•.;-.;„•,i /...;,,»f5,K"'S>': ~4aXW»Wi ' slatton:"—**>' if ". 1 .ft*' Copy Cats —N. O. Rice. 11 WANTED—Girl for general housework. Call In person.—Mrs. Al Bloom, 321 South Minnesota St. 11 WANTED—Work by young woman. Inquire at this office. H* contestants. "The public Is assured of a great meet and should make it a point to be there. SEPT. 1-2-3-4-5. This year we are billed for a big fair It Is getting better and better each year. Only a few years more and we will have the best coutfy fair In the state of Iowa or anywhere else. My wife has gone to Minneapolis, BO If a bunch of you girls wane to go to the fair with a red-hot papa, apply at the store. I am ready to meet all comers and perfectly willing to spend the money.—Jlmmie Neville. n Eggs 15-.25 First Lutheran Church. Services for Sunday, August 31, as follows: Sunday School at ten o'clock, morning worship and communion services at ten-forty-five. Jvwwftftftvv'.wjw.Aw^^ WHITE'S GROCERY Friday and Saturday Special -.SASI-PLUSH, ' for _. McLaughlin's i; $83; three pounds __. 35c 58c or APRICOTS, cans 19c CHEESE, Wisconsin Cream, per pound SALMON, Tall Pink, throe cans for GINGER SNAPS, two pounds for SOAP, Swift's Naptlia, ten bars for SOAP, Lux or Palm Olive, four cakes Corn Oats Hogs Algona Markets. $ .85 9.50 RefiponMble party: vj|antfc to rent email house, close in after Sept. 15. Must be reasonable or wUl care for home during owner's absence. References given. Phone 230. ... 11* FOB SALE—Girls' $35 bicycle'like new, $15.00; B flat Tenor Saxophone, silver plated gold bell, newly repaired, A-No. 1 condition, cost $190.00, will take $50.00; B flat clarine^, cost new $120.00, used very little, will take $50.00. Inquire of W. J. Becker, Elk Cleaners. 11 WORK WANTED—Reliable woman wants part time work. Address B. H., care of Upper Des Molnes-RepuWican. Notice of Application. For -Authority to sell Certain Real Estate. In Equity No. 12383. Iri the district court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, superintendent of banking of the state of Iowa, plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, defendant, To all persons Interested in the receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to whom it may concern: , You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of L. A. Andrew, receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to Join with the First National Bank of Burt, Iowa, and the Peoples Savings Bank, of St. Benedict, Iowa, in selling the following described real estate, to-wit: That part oMJots One (1) and Two (2) and the North Twenty-one and 8-10 (N 3!,8) feet of Lots; Seven (7) As I am leaving this part of the country I am putting a modern seven room house and lot up for sale. Will sell at great sacrifice. The property Is all clear and conveniently located.—W, W. Pixler, Algona, Iowa. Phone 430. 9-tf LOST—Key and chain, No. 440005. Finder leave at this office, Reward. 8 FOR SALE— Small modern house, easy terms. Phone 648-J. 8-l'<r WANTED TO RENT—A piano for an evangelistic campaign. August *0tn Br|4fp PJai* A sale of second hand bridge will be held Saturday, August 30, at two p. mfl Bale one mile north and one-half niUo'Wfii <?* Hobarton,--W, E- McDonald, Supervisor- U Does it jnsan unyfcWng to you *0 on your e*p«iw account while you attend school? Write us ftOd we will tell ?ou how. Mftiikfttp commerciiri col* :e, Margate; Minnesota n at M. E. Stand at Hamburgers IJot Soups Sandwiches, hot pp cold Home Ma.de Coffee Cold Pop Cracker-jack ,"When we handM our advertising copy io the printer last wee^and told htm to set it up just like Jinrmie Neville'^ he merely smiled. We hurried oyer to tell " Jiinmie" about it and he smiled, too, After we saw the. good results we got from the advertisement—well, we had OUR SMILE. After , "Jimmie'' showed the farmers how to raise alfalfa and the merchants how to sell shoes, why shouldn't he tell us how to write ads? Well, anyway, "it worked", and^there are only a few $5 00,,. dresses left for a few size 16 and 18 ladies, who appreciate a good bargain. And don't fool your- ; self—there are as good bargains left as there were • to start with—for the little women. By the way—we are selling some beautiful voile - dresses for $1.29, $1.95 and $3,95. Why not stock up on a couple for the rest of the season? There'll be some hot days yet. • ' And here's good news for the larger woman—these new chiffon and georgette dresses, sizes 40, 42, 44 and 46 : in black and brown that are selling for ouly $18.50 and $19,75. They are just lovely with touches of lace and all the new, tendencies. Come in arid see them. f The new Fall Misses' dresses are a "knock-out"--.. you'll just be 'cra,zy about them. In black and brown cantons, sizes 14,16,18.and 20—real "hoi" numbers that "click," Mrs. Minkler will be glad to show them. And last, but not least, the new Nelly Dons are here—and as one woman put it, "You just can't beat Nelly Don," She meant it, and bought twto to back up her,judgment.. YOU better gat your's before they're all picked over, Mr. Hauberg is in Chicago for a few days this wegk, "j-unning down" some snappy Fall merchandise, Sape he doesn't run into any, of those "hot, sultry ( M$g days" that almost ruined us a few weeks a'pf^t any rate, we're all set for a big' Fall bu^lnepli We both feel that Kossuth county^ and Algona ayp finally "out of the woods" and oijf fhe WgE road to a firm, staple prosperity. ^

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