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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, January 14, 1981 Walter Smith of Burt vfas down on "business Friday. Banker Guy M. Butts of Wesley was over on business Monday. O. P. Towne was a business visitor In Waterloo last Friday. , • Mike Schiltz of Bancroft was a business visitor in Algona Thursday. George Moulton of Ledyard was • calling on AlgonB, friends Thursday. Lev! Wiemer, the Ledyard banker, transacted business in Algona Friday. John Falk,' the Titonka automobile man, was in Algona on business Thursday. Editor and Mrs. Clemens of the La» kota Record were visitors in Algona Friday. • W. P. Carlson of Swea City visited "his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carl•son Monday. Mrs. F. H. Webster was taken suddenly ill Monday evening arid is confined to her home. t T. J. Vincent sften^'jlast week in Des Molnes and Fall-field attending to business. field. He visited a nephew in Fair- Attorney Edward D. •Charles Duhigg, Jr., of Kelly and Emmetsburg "were business visitors in Algona last " Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. .F. Specht spent ' Sunday at Mountain Lake, Minnesota, where they visited Mrs. Specht's moth- •er, Mrs. Behrends. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon arrived home from Milwaukee Friday, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Bleakley, who Is 111. Rev. Wiggins of Mason City, former ^pastor of the Nazarene church in Algona, was looking after business mat- "ters in Algona Friday. Father C. P. Sweeney, former pastor -of the Catholic church In Whlttemore, but now of Fort Dodpe, was a caller in Algona last' Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Richardson and family spent Sunday In Swea City at the home of Mrs. Richardson's broth- r er, August Peterson, and family. Representative A. H. Bonnsetter was in Algona Thursday calling on friends while on his way to Des Molnes to •attend his flrst session in the legislature. Frank Mulligan of Bancroft, who has been taking treatment at Iowa City for several weeks, arrived home last week and was in Algona Friday much improved In health. Ed. Kilmer of the Botsford Lumber Company, spent last week hi Wessington Springs, South Dakota, visiting relatives. He returned to Algona the first of the week. Sheriff ,L. E. Hovey was at Ledyard Saturday and arrested a yqung man named Lawrence Barnes, charged with giving a worthless check at Swea City last spring for an auto. W. B. Quarton drove to Des Moines last Wednesday with O. A. Brunson of the state prohibition department on a little business trip. Mr. Brunson had been In Algona for the day. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid of the Presbyterian church will hold a bake sale at the Anderson Brothers' meat market next Saturday, January 17. The sale will begin at ten o'clock in the morning. Judge Heald of Spencer and his reporter, Matt Drier of Emmetsburg, were Algona visitors Friday on their way home from Humboldt, where Judge Heald is holding his flrst term of court. Miss Lucie Hemming of Detroit visited Sunday with Miss Olive Lewis. Monday she left for Ames, where she will visit another friend before returning to Detroit. Olive and Miss Hemming were roommates when they were employed In Chicago. Our old friend, Lewis H. Mayne has again been named postmaster at Emmetsburg and will serve at least four years longer, making twelve years in all we think. Editor Mayne several years ago sold his Palo Alto Reporter and has been devoting his entire time to the post office. R. S. Blossom was called to Minneapolis last Sunday by the serious illness of his father J. R. Blossom. The elder Mr. Blossom formerly lived in Burt and is well known in Algona. Later word was received that Mr. Bios- some Is recovering from what was at flrst thought to be a stroke. The Milwaukee railway has issued a handsome calendar showing the wonderful scenery along their route to the west coast. The Upper Des Moines-Republican has been favored with one of these beautiful calendars and we fancy anyone wishing one may se-. cure one by applying to the company's popular Algona agent, C. A. Joynt. Fred Miehe, the popular auctioneer of Swea City, accompanied by C. F. Spurbeck, father of Editor Ray Spurbeck of the Swea City Herald, were pleasant callers at the Upper Des Moines-Republican office Monday. They came down with C. F. Berggren who was called to Algona on business matters and took the occasion to call upon some of their Algona friends. We buy and sell United States Government, State and Municipal Bonds Iowa Alg State Bank pna, Iowa Harry Nolte has been on the sick list the past week. St. Thomas Guild will meet on January 22 with Mrs. Henry Tjaden. A. A. Kading, who lives south of Fenton, was in the city on business yesterday. H. Jentz, one of Fenton's leading farmers, was a business visitor in Al- ?ona yesterday. Al Falkenhalner went to Nevada, Iowa, Tuesday for a week of rest, at sanitarium there. A marriage license was issued to Melvin Ditsworth and Catherine Flannery, both of Bancroft. Mrs. Loreen Simmons and daughter, Jane, went to Rockwell City last week for a visit with friends. Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong is making an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood McDonald are the proud parents of a new son aorn Monday night, January 12. Mrs. Lillian Mathison who has been quite ill with the flu for the past two months, is slowly recovering. E. W. Lusby went to Minneapolis on Monday on a business trip. He expected to be gone two or three days. Anton Pannkuk, well known Titonka man, went to Mason City Sunday, where he entered Mercy hospital for a major operation.. Mrs. Alvin Briggs and baby daughter returned Wednesday from Fairmont where they visited at the home of Mrs. Briggs' parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost reached home last week Wednesday after visiting three weeks at Cedar Rapids, Monticello and other points. Albert Bleich Is holding a farm sale on the farm one half mile north and one and half miles east of Wesley on the paving. Mr. Bleich has decided to retire from the farm. Al Isaacson of Fort Dodge, representative of the International Harvester Company, who makes frequent visits in Algona, spent the week end in Storm Lake at Ills summer cottage. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts left a week ago Sunday to visit at points in Canada. At one place they were to visit a sister of Mrs. Roberts, whom she had not met in thirty years. The Modern Dry Cleaners have recently put up an attractive awning over the front of then- new business home. A new railing was made for the office and the firm is now nicely settled in Its new quarters. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Goodge called at the P. V. Mathison home Monday enroute to Wisconsin from. Missouri. Mr. Goodge is a brother of Mrs. Matihlson and was man-led a few months ago. They expect to make their home near Grantsburg, Wisconsin. Mrs. Stewart Haseltlne will leave on Sunday for her home in Minneapolis after a visit of two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove. She will return In company with Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert who are driving to Minneapolis Sunday for a short stay. A card from Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Buell of Burt locates them at St. Petersburg, Florida, where they have ordered their Upper Des Moines-Republican forwarded. The Buells left for the south several weks ago in their car. It seems that they will spend the, winter at' St. Petersburg. Dr. F. L. Tribon came home Friday from Milwaukee where he and Mrs. Tribon had gone last week to be with their daughter, Mrs. Louis Bleakley, who was critically 111 with heart trouble. Mrs. Bleakley who will be remem- Mrs. Rawson Speaks on the Holy Land. Good Hope. January 13. Special: Good Hope folks count themselves ns fortunate to have had the opportunity on last Sunday to hear Mrs. E. J. Rawson present a talk on the Holy Land. Although the speaker was secured at too late a date to make announcement through the usual channels of press and pulpfit), telephones wtere set M work on Frflday and Saturday and brought out a company of folks which about filled the body of the church. In addition to the illumination of much familiar information concerning Palestine, which the speaker added through her personal touch with the subject, Mrs. Rawson related many items of unique interest with which she had contact which might easily have escaped the notice of one less observant. Her description of the clistoms and types of the people of Palestine and the decay and ruin into which the once glorious nation has fallen was vivid and tragic. Despite this the inspiration described as being experienced by the speaker and others of her party as they came to Jerusalem, Capernaum, Nazareth, Bethlehem, the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan and other places familiarly known to Christ communicated itself in a large measure .to her audience. Following the close of the service a considerable portion of the audience tarried to examine with much interest a collection of pictures, fabrics, and other articles which had been collected by the speaker. The subject matter presented by Mrs. Rawson was obtained on a trip which she took with a party last year. Their itinerary included not only Palestine, but other countries including portions of Egypt, the Isle of Cypress, Italy, Spain, France, the spectacular Monte Carlo, wa»as«»wattc0^«c^^ London, England. Considering the thousands of miles traveled, the strange customs to be encountered, disagreeable difficulties of travel and being away from home to be overcome such a journey would be an undertaking of a ! considerable magnitude. Add to this the knowledge that the speaker celebrated her seventieth birthday while on the trip moves us to take off our figurative hat to a courage and spirit that would venture on such an undertaking and bring back so much of high interest and value to her many friends and acquaintances. We have been asked this qucs turn a hundred times in the last few days when our customers are pricing our fine new line of furniture values which we have just received and placed on our display floors. Living Room, Dining Room and Bed Room Suites of the latest design and highest quality, which we have personally chosen and pnrchsed from the factory floors, go to make up the finest showing we have ever had and at prices which are 8 the lowest we have ever been able to quote. By attending this furniture market it was possible to purchase these fine suites at a saving of from 15 to 150 per cent. This typo of buying coupled with a low over head expense, makes the, greatest saving combination for our customers that it is possible to find. Buy your furniture now for March delivery, we will store it for you and make delivery when you want it. Buy it at RICHARDSON'S Where Furniture SelU for Less, Whittemore Tailor Found Dead Tuesday. Whittemore, January 14. Special: George Christiansen, the local tailor was found dead in his shop Tuesdav afternoon., Mr. Christianson had not been feeling well for a few days. His friends were with him Tuesday morning and when they returned in the afternoon, they found him dead. He had conducted a tailor shop here for several years and was regarded as a high class workman in his line. Funeral arrangements are being made. He has no known relatives. bered as Ruth Tribon, is gaining now but her mother will remain with her for the next three or four weeks. Albert Potratz, well known farmer of the Lotts Creek neighborhood, has decided to leave this community, after over forty years of residence, and will move to Saskatchewan, Canada, with his family in the spring. Mr. Potratz is troubled^ with rheumatism and be- 'TieV8s~iKiHt""the change of climate will be of benefit to him. The many friends of the Potratz family will regret to see them leave. C. B. Hutchins went to Des Molnes Monday where he will spend a few weeks looking in on the legislature, and will likely furnish the Upper Des Moines-Republican with some sidelights on that ttody. Mr. Hutehins, who represented Kossuth county in the general assembly a few years ago, is one of the best informed' men in Iowa today on taxation and other important matters coming before the legislature this winter. One of the Upper Des Moines-Re- publicnn's valued old time subscriber.; is Frank Jenkinson, who remarked the other day while paying his subscription, that he had taken this paper frr fortv-eig-ht years. Luther Fairbanks is another one of our valued old-timers, and has taken the paper forty years or so. It is needless to say that we value these old friends and the many hundreds of them on our list is the most valuable asset of this paper. Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan left fov Chicago the flrst of the week where Karel lias a position with the Western Electric Company. Mr. and Mrs. Horan formerly lived in Los Ane-eles whern Mr. Horan was associated with a bond company. With the business depression hitting the west badly, Mr. Horan decided to make a change and is pleased with the new work offered him in Chicago. For the past few months they have been living with Mr. Koran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan. Our new representative, A. H. Bonnstetter, went to Des Moines last Friday to take up his duties in the legislature. Mr. Bonnstetter is the flrst democrat to represent Kossuth countv for some time, but his democracy will have little to do with his work in the house and he will not allow partisanship to influence his actions, but promises to serve the people of the coun- / tv to the best of his ability. He is well j informed and able and we think will nive a crond account of himself during the session. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White left on Monday morning for Oklahoma City, where Hiram has accepted a position with tho law firm of Welty, Harrison <fe LePon. Hiram was graduated from the law school of the University of Oklahoma at Norman, last June. During the past few months while the Whites have been in Algona, Hiram assisted his father in the grocery stove and Mrs. White was employed in the K. D. James drug store. The Whites are driving to Oklahoma and plan to stop at Wynot, Nebraska, to visit a school friend of Helen. Mrs. George Cole and daughter, Elinor Ann, of Maxwell, spent the week end at the B. A. Thorpe home and with other Algona relatives. The Coles are planning to move to Gushing, Iowa, about (the flrst of next month where Mr. Cole will conduct a store. Georgia Cole is attending Chicago University for the remainder of this year on a scholarship which she won while a student at Rockford College. Georgia had a very high scholastic standing during her four years of college and her Algona friends are glad to hear of her good fortune. Georgia had been in Chicago all fall and had been clerk ing at Mandels until Christmas time when she resigned and spent a few days with her parents at Maxwell. Most Extraordinary Values Beginning Thursday Morning Jan. 15 You will find in this sale of home needs values Hint have not been duplicated in years. Quality, size, desirability, all earmarks of standard quality merchandise. Guest Towels $1.00 Value 75c each Scalloped edge, attractively embroidered at bottom; of a fine quality linen. Bath Towels 22x44 four for $1 Bath Towels Extra large, 50c Cotton Huck 6 for 50c Linen Toweling Colored border 24c Fancy Linen Towels '-4 oil A. B. C. Fast Color NEW PRINTS Spring Is here in the new prints 36-inch boil proof, A. B. C. fast colors and outstanding beautiful patterns and colorings. 22c yd. Rag Rugs 18x3G, 2 for $1 Bath Room Rug 18x36, $1 Iron Board Pad Good ones, 29c Jacquard Rayon Bed Spreads Now $3.50 Bed Sheets $1.25 Value $1.00 each Snowy white bleached sheets; full size. A quality that will launder beautifully. Saxon Sheeting 9-4 2Vi yds. for $1 Bridal Sheeting 9-4, 59c yd. Neponsett Sheets 81x90, $1.25 Bridal Sheets 81x90, $1.50 Bridal Cases 42 inch, 39c Saxon Cases 42 inch 29c Blanket Sheets 81x99 White, $1.50 Mattress Pads Large size, $2.75 Mattress Covers Good ones, $2 Wash 'Cloths Extra heavy, $1 dozen Wash 'Cloths Fancy 50c dozen 36-inch Muslin BI. or Brown, lOc Feather Cases Imported, $1.25 pair Linen Cloths 44 inch, 85c Pillow Cases Colored, 45c Colored Sets Sheets, cases $1.95 7-pc. Luncheon Set $3.95 Value $3.45 set Table cloth and 6 napkins to match. Colored or self woven borders. A splendid quality linen. Linen Cloths 36 inch, 65c Linen Cloths 54 inch, $1 Linen Cloths 54x68, $1.50 Bridge Sets Five pieces 89c Linen Napkins 6 for $1.25 NEW SILKS A glorious selection of 40 inch printed silks. New spring patterns and colorings, accepted style right, and beautiful. $1.29 yd. Bridge Sets Italian linen 'A off Linen Scarfs 45 inch, 75c and $1 Linen Dish Cloths Good ones, 25c Madeira Linen and Fillet Pieces Vz Off Now—January Disposal Sales of Apparel and Footwear. Sunday School Class Attendance Contest. Good Hope, January 13. Special: The members of the Young People's class of Good Hope Sunday School met at the community room of the church on last Friday evening to celebrate the close of an attendance contest which lias been running for a number of weeks. Progressive able games consisting of crokinole, dominoes, lotto, table croquet and other similar recreation occupied much of the evening. This is a fine group of young people of whom Good Hope is justly proud. They are a live wire and up-to-date group but not too modern to turn out twenty to thirty strong every Sunday for Sabbath School and church. JVW^VWVWVWVW^^^^W^,AW^V.VYVW^^ vertjsing I Stock Being Sold in New Burt Bank. Burt, January 13. Special: Mr. and Mrs. F. Rummel and three children of Popejoy visited Sunday at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. Mr. Rummel was looking over the banking situation here. A charter for a new savings bank has been applied for and stock is being sold. Mr. Rummel may have charge of the new bank, although the matter has not been definitely decided upon. Trinity Lutheran Church. German services Sunday, January 18 at two p. m. Rev. Kabelitz will have charge of the services. ! The lubricant that keeps the wheels of business turning smoothly in their bearings Upper Des IVLomes Republican WUVUWWVYWIWV^^

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