The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1930 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 3, 1930
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, December 3, 1930 SHOP NOW AND MAIL PARCELS EAEY Mails Should Reach Destination Not Later Than Thursday, Dec. 23. NO DELIVERY TO BE MADE ON CHRISTMAS. Late Mailing Means Late Delivery. Now Is "the Best Time to Mall All Parcels.' An order Issued by the Postmaster General contains instructions to postmasters to the effect that work In post offices be kept to the minimum on Christmas Day. The public should, therefore realize that parcels and Christmas cards should be mailed sufficiently early to reach office of destination not later than Tuesday morn- Ing, December 23. No Deliveries- Christmas. No deliveries of mail either by city or rural carrier or at the window will be made on Christmas day, except special delivery and perishable matter, a delivery fee being collected for the latter. • Wrap and Address Clearly. • During the ChrijJtmas rush many parcels are lost and sent to the Dead Letter office because of poor wrapping and improper addresses. It is also a safe guard to insure parcels and send them by special delivery. When to Mall Parcels. In order to have parcels mailed so that they will reach their destination not later than Tuesday, December 23, the department has arranged the following schedule: v Pacific coast states—Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Idaho, December 15 to 17. Western states—Montana, Utah, and Wyoming, December 16 to 18. Southwestern states—Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, December 16 to 18. Near western states—North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Colorado, December 17 to 20. Southern states—Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, North and South Carolina, December 17 to 20. Eastern states—New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New England states, December 17 to 20. Neighboring states—Mirinesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, December 19 to 21. Local matter Iowa offices, December 21 to 22. Duncan Appears for Grand Larceny. Georgf! Duncan, of Algona, who got out of jail a few days ago after serving thirty days for drunkenness, was up before Justice A. Hutchison last week on the charge of grand larceny. His case was continued until the latter part of the month and he was released on his own recognizance. It seems that while George was on the fatal drunk which was responsible for his incarceration, he took a gum machine, from In front of the Van Deest oil station on the Diagonal. The machine was nearly full of gum and also contained a number of pennies. The machine was found the next day in Duncan's car. Place Christmas Seals on Back of Letters. Christmas seals, thousands of which arc being sold this year to be placed on mall matter, should be placed on the back of letters and parcels. Affixing these seals on the address side of matter is a violation of postal regulations. Violations of this rule often onuses serious delay and any foreign mail thus stamped Is unmailable. Titonka Goes "Over The Top" in Drive. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of Titonka was In the city yesterday attending the Federated Woman's club meeting and made this office a pleasant visit. Mrs. Wolfe stated that in the Red Cross drive, Titonka and vicinity made a fine record and raised $200. • German township was also reported as having done splendidly. The pastor of a German church in the township never fails to turn in a good report on all patriotic and charitable drives. tal at Rochester. The deceased had been 111 for the past two months, the final cause of her death being pneumonia. Mrs. Isabel Quinn was born at Burt, September 20, 1900. . She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lattl- mer, the former having preceded her in death in 1915. Mrs. Quinn attended St. John's school at Bancroft. She was united in marriage to W. E. Quinn on June 27th, 1922, at Bancroft. To this union four Children were born, Maureen, six years old/ Jean Ann, two years old; Patricia Eileen, two months old and James Robert, who died in infancy four years ago. In her passing she leaves fo mourn her death besides the husband and children, her mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer; six brothers, James of Cedar Rapids, Bernard of Springfield, Minnesota, William of Rockwell, Hugh of Bancroft, Frank and Vincent of St. Paul and two sisters, Mrs. W. J. Cook of Burlington and Mrs. Francis Foley of Campus, Illinois. Funeral services were held from St. John's Catholic church Wednesday morning, December 3, at 9:30 o'clock, Rev. Charles Ernest officiating. Interment was made in St. John's cemetery. She was ; a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters, the Altar society and the American Legion Auxiliary. | Those attending the funeral from > out of town, were: Mr. and MM. F. ' J. Foley, Campus, Illinois; Mrs. Frank Hearn of Des Moines; W. D. Lattimer of Rockwell; James Lattimer of Cedar Rapids; Frank and Vincent Lattimer of St. Paul; Dr. Lattimer of Springfield, Minnesota; Mrs. W. J. Cook of Burlington and Robert Quinn of St. Paul. The young mother has a wide circle of friends in this vicinity who with the family mourn her passing. Notice to Merchants. At this time of year it is Impossible to gather up nccummulations of dirt and paper swept into the icy gutters of the streets. If all sweepings are deposited In your furnaces it will remove an unsightly appearance from the front of your place of business. 25 ALBERT OGREN, Mayor. Well Known Bancroft Lady Died on Sunday. Bancroft, December 2. Special: The friends in this vicinity were grieved to hear of the death of Mrs. W. E. Quinn which occurred on Sunday, November 30th at the Colonial hospl- WE HAVE CHANGED ALL THAT BY HERBERT QUICK and ELENA STEPANOFF COPYRIGHT */ Tfif BOBBS-HERRIU CO. W.N.U. SERVICE 7 TER the coming of the Bolshevists all was changed. Here, through an intense and intimate drama, one catches a view of the great chaos of the revolution —of the old order perishing in its pride and folly, and of the new one inefficient, irresponsible, drunk with power. A romance, a love story, which transcribes actual conditions. An American Novelist's Picture of Russia*-Presented Serially in The Upper Des Moines-Republican Seneca B. B. Teams Won and Lost. Seneca, December 2. Special: The Seneca boys' and girls basket ball teams played two games last week, one with Haifa Tuesday night and the other Ledyard Friday night. The girls won both games, the score with Haifa being "6 to 53 and Ledyard 10 to 51. The boys won one and lost one game, the scores being Haifa 19, Seneca 32; Ledyard 16, Seneca 13. The Seneca boys played a very good game against Ledyard. They are supposed to have one of the best teams In the county. We hope I our boys keep doing as well as they i have been. Ledyard lost all the first! team girl players except one. Seneca | girls hoped to have as good a record as last year, but they have gqpd competition, as some teams did not lose any players The next game is Wednesday night with Lone Rock. The next game of the season is Tuesday, December 9 with Whittemore. Both teams should be evenly matched. ^^&i^$v& ethodist Church. The Ladies' Aid will hold 1 their December meeting at the church Thursday afternoon. , There will be a group meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society at Garner beginning at ten o'clock Friday morning. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. Members and friends planning to attend are asked to get in touch with Mrs. Vigars or Mrs. Lease. A specialty for next Sunday will be the pj-esence of A. E. Partridge at seven-thirty in the evening. Mr. Partridge is to speak at the county teachers' institute on Friday .afternoon and will give an illustrated address both there and at this "church. We feel that the people of the community are offered something unusually fine in the address of Mr. Partridge and we are expecting a large crowd to hear him. The Algona district is to have two notable gatherings the middle of the month, one at Emmetsburg on the 16th of December and the other at Garner on the 17th. A World Mission . of Christianity on the program of which will appear native Indian and Chinese with prominent missionaries from this country. Baptist Church. Next, Sunday is Universal Bible Sunday. At the morning service in Hie Baptist church we shall speak on "The Bible, What It Is, and What it is to Me". Evening service subject, "The Measure of Success." All aru made welcome. "I was glad when they said unto me, let us go up into the house of the Lord."—Frank H. Webster, minister. ST. JOE NEWS. Prod Illg was a caller at Madelia, Minnesota, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul were shoppers at Algona Saturday. Miss Agatha Arenth was a shopper at Algona one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zefonet were business callers at Algona last Wednesday. A group of young people of this community attended a dance at Whittemore Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, Sylvester and Nicholas .Wagner were callers at Des Moines last Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. George Wagner of Bode and the Misses Alice and Viola Phillips were entertained at the Fred Illg home Thanksgiving. Miss Viola Phillips intends to spends the week visiting relatives here and at Rodman before returning to her home at Owatonna, Minnesota. Miss Bernadlne Plathe, who is attending school at Carroll, .spsnt the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe. Paul Erpelding had his foot quite badly bruised when a load of hay on which he was. riding overturned. He will be unable to walk on it for a week or more. We're Quitting - "Get Your Share" Men's Suit Sensations 240 still to select from. All new styles, now in four groups. Choice of the store. None better-in Kossuth Oft OC Co. at any price ____^ u * ou The big lot. 100 choicest patterns, . • 22 85 every size ut*»\j*J Newest ones/Yes, II. S. & M. and Cm-lee 17 QC plenty of sizes Not an old one in the lot. All wool. Nearly 1 A Cft all sizes If.Ju 85 Over coats In Four Lots Best. Choice at 27.85 Fine ones at 23.85 Plenty at 19.50 Good one at 14.85 c? ^O "1T1VB fffC udVIUHS i-r I ULSTERS, Heavy all A CA 'wool, warm «/»«JL One lot Of suits. Medium. Wide Logs, 0 CA mostly to size 38 * 7 '* MI Bostonian Shoes—two pair for price of one or one pair at one-half price, plus lOc, Kahki pants __95c Moleskin pants __$1.39 Best Grades __$L95 Oshkosh overalls $1.39 HALF PRICE Sweaters Leather Vests Boys' K. & S. Blouses Flannel Shirts Maekinaws LOUNGING ROBES Best we ever had. They're too good and too many. It'll be part of our gift. Silk __$4.85, $7.85 and $9.50 Imported wool, $15 one $8.85 PAJAMAS & GOWNS For girls and men. Cotton, rayon and pongee. FANCY SOX Rayon, woo] and silk. Men like 'em. EXTRA TROUSERS An extra pair free with a suit. An unusually good stock to match t new suiting. All sizes. All at a price. Call for every want. Most items we still have and its a saving for you and a sale for us. We'll thank you and nothing lost. Here Are Christmas Savings MUFFLERS Lots of 'em. Like former years selling at $1.50 to $5.00 now 95c, $1.69 and $2.95 DRESS GLOVES At about cost prices. Still a good stock left. Neckwear, such as has never been shown in Algona. Imported from Italy. Too late to cancel order so out they go for Xmas at 25 per cent off. Our loss is your Xmas present. DRESS GLOVES Dress Gloves, $1.00 to $5.00 now go at 79c to $3.85. Kubbcr Footwear at about wholesale. Going Out df Business

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