The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 14, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Bepublicaft, January 14, 1931 I. O, O. F> and Rebekahs Installed Officers. At the Joint installation of officers of the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, held last night at the Odd Fellows hall, the following officers were installed: Elective officers, I. O. O. F. lodge, Algona—noble grand, L. F. Jenkinson; vice grand, Lloyd Pool ;secretnry, Hen- |ry Brans; treasurer William Dehnert. Appointive officers—warden, A. W. Behrends; conductor, W. H. Freeman; Inside guardian, M. J. Jones; right supporter to noble grand, C. Herman; left supporter to noble grand, C. H. Taylor; right scene supporter, R. Bjustrom; left scene supporter, A. Anderson; warden, W. A. Richardson; vice grand supporters, right, A. A. Sterling, left, Henry Douglas. Rebekah elective officers—noble grand, Mrs. L. O. Pool; vice grand, Mrs. A. W. Behrends; secretary, Mrs. Mabel Lund; treasurer, Mrs. Emily Rawson. Appointive officers—right supporter, Mrs. Esther Barton; left supporter, Mrs. C. O. WrlghU; conductor, Mrs. Rose Anderson; warden, Daisy Ellsworth; inside guard, Mrs. Mart Jones; Special THIS WEEK Navy Beans, 4 Ibs. _25c Iowa Maid Pan- cuke Flour 23c P. & G. Soap, ten bars 33o Pink Salmon, 1 Ib. tall, 2 cans 25c Oranges, medium size, 2 doz. 39c Pork and Beans,' 3 for 25c Roupe's Grocery Phone 217 We Deliver. outside guard, Mrs. Cooney Herman; chaplain, Mrs. May Herman; vice grand supporter, Mrs. Mary Duryea. The installing officers who have been doing the work of installing officers in lodges over the county were: deputy grand master, Lloyd,Pool; deputy president of Rebekahs, Mrs. H. Lund; deputy marshalls, L. F. Jenlclnson and Mrs. C. Barton. Algona Defeated West Bend Last Night. Algona high school defeated the fast West Bend five in basket ball last night at West Bend by the score of 23 to 16. West Bend led at the half 11 to 8 but Algona came back and held them to five points while they were scoring fifteen. Van Dorstan, local forward, proclaimed himself hot and scored 17 points, enough to win the game alone. The rest of the boys would feed him the ball and he did the shooting. In the last half Van Dorstan did not miss over three shots at the basket. Two West Bend players were put out on personals while none from Algona were eliminated. The game was fairly fast and West Bond used a charging offense which kept Algona boys on their feet to keep from being; knocked down. Samp. Runchey and Moore played a good gnnw on defense. There was notti- Iner further said about the first game with West Bend here when the superintendent of the West Bend school withdrew his men from the floor at the end of the third quarter when some of them had been put out on personal fouls. Algona made only five free throws out °f 16 trles Algona will play Humboldt here Friday night. The Humboldt team is tall and rangy and will put up a fast game. The locals po to Swea City Tuesday night and January 23, the undefeated Goldfield quintet plays here. County Mutual Held Annual Meeting- The Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Association held its annual meet- Ing at the court house Tuesday morning and about thirty members were present. Election of officers was held after the meeting and all officers were reelccted with the exception of Nick Bormann, who was succeeded to the vice presidency by Ed. Droessler of Bancroft. The officers are: H. J. Bode, president; Ed. Drocssler, vice president; J..O. Paxson, secretary and N. A. Smith, treasurer. The association is in A-l condition and is one of the biggest enterprises in the county. J. O. Paxson and his son, Dana, who are in the office are always working hard for the betterment j of the association and are very eSic- i lent members of the organization. I Ford Truck With Closed Cab N KW Ford Model AA trucks and Model A light delivery cars n-ere announced this week by t'..e Ford Motor Company and are on display in the show rooms of Ford dealers. Changes In the trucks are principally In the front end. which has been completely redesigned, and in the cab. The radiator Is higher with more cooling surface, fenders are wide and flowing, and a black cowl strip adds a note of distinction. The new Model AA trucks with the four-speed transmission introduced [several months ago may be had with enclosed or open cab. The enclosed cab, shown above, Is all steel, it la low In appearance yet with ample head room. The open cab is of black rubber top material and is easily removed. Both cabs are equipped with windshields of Triples shatterproof glass and vacuum type windshield wipers. Model AA trucks mar be had with a platform body, which can be equipped with stakes or a panel body. The chassis has many Improvements, including the four-speed transmission, larger front brakes, stronger springs, power take-off opening and optional dna) rear wheels. The Model A line of new commercial cars comprises a light delivery truck with pick-up body, a deluxe delivery truck, a small panel truck and a station wagon. These cars have the smaller wheels and larger tires of the new Ford passenger cars. Whittemore Girls Defeated Wesley Team. The Presentation academy girls of Whittemore defeated the Wesley girls 22- to 15 in a fast basket ball game on Friday night. Whittemore had the best of the game all evening, and showed up exceptionally well in spite of their lack of experience. On the same night the academy boys lost an overtime game to the St. Cecelia's academy of Algona by a score of 16 to 15. Sexton Band to Give Concert Wed. The Sexton band, under the direction of Prof. J. F. Granzow, will give their second musical program Wednesday, January 21. A fine program has been arranged. For many years Professor Granzow has been engaged in instructing bands and as a result, northern Iowa has a number of the best bands in the state. JVUWWWWVWVWWWAVWWWi Wij are now in our new location first door cast of (Joeders dry goods store. AVe invite yo to call and inspect this store and you will find a full line of groceries and meals. You will also find our prices are reasonable. Watch for Pridii}" and (Saturday Specials. Health Hint Don't nesU-ci persistent or recnrren 1 pains. Fin'l oat what causes them A pain Is nature's way of telling you there fs trouble that needs attention Too wouldn't neglect your car if ii knocked- Why DM do as well by your Famed for Eloquence Toward the end of his notable carect of 37 years In the senate the laif- George Frisbie Hoar of Massachusetis was frequently called by the title, "old man ete'inent" of the senate. il Take Notice The Chicago, Milwaukee yards have been p completed and we are 0 now prepared to buy g your cattle and hogs at *it good prices. McENEOE BEOS. Res. Phone 30F12 Yard Phone 519. Mr .and Mrs. John Thul of- Clarion visited relatives here last Tuesday. Mrs. George Thul and Harold were shoppers at Fort Dodge last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul visited with relatives at Clarion last Thursday. Alma and Julianna Kayser of Waseca, Minnesota, are visiting realtives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eichen of Rodman visited at the George Wagner home one day last week. Mrs. Barbara Zeller, who has been quite ill is being cared for by Mrs. Hairy Clark of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner of St. Benedict visited with the former's Bister, Margaret, last Wednesday. Mildred Becker of Fort Dodge visited with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker and other relatives here last week. Mrs. John Kemna and children of West Bend visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner entertained their friends at cards Friday evening. High score was held by Mrs. Ernest Gales and Sylvester Wagner. A delicious luncheon was served after the game by the hostesses. _^ Fine Artificial Floweri The Japanese artltk-lul-Ilower makers, than whom there are no more skillful manipulators, huve ot late years been sending to this country ex traordiniir.v imitniluns of such flowers as occidentals most affect The par ticuhir species tliiit the Jiipnnese arc now sending are the Amerlcitn hennty. the bridf'srnnld snd l.n Frnnce. An exquisite white spurles called the Km press Is nisi, '.mitnied by .thorn. Thermometer Was Five Below v Wednesday. The California weather has departed and Algona has another taste of winter. The warm weather while it lasted was very welcome. High, Low Wednesday 32 20 Thursday 35 21 Friday 41 16 Saturday 35 25 Sunday 38 23 Monday, trace of snow ... .30 14 Tuesday 20 4 Wednesday 5 below Holding Seminar at the Methodist Church. Rev. C. H. Seward of Laurens was in Algona Tuesday and made this office a pleasant call. Rev. Seward came to attend the seminar which opened Tuesday aHd continues through today at the Methodist church. The seminar is held as a church school to give instruction for Sunday School teachers of this district Teachers and pastors from the churches in the district are in attendance at the meeting. Like a Breath of Spring (These new Dresses—not the weather.) CLASSIFIED ADS. The rate per word for advertisements in this column is 2c paid >n advance. 3c if charged. Ca»o must accompany all mail orders. Initial? count as one word. Minimum charge, 25c. FOR RENT—Five warm rooms and two garages. Call 49i. 31* WANTED—Practical nursing.—Ella Briggs, Burt. 31-32* FOR SALE—Hampshire boar.—Alvin L. Weber, Irvington. 31* FOR RENT—Modem furnished 3- room apartment for light housekeeping.—A. W. Sigsbee, phone 488-W. 31* FOR RENT—February first. Modern house close in. Apartments will more than pay rent. See or call R. G. Richardson. 31 WANTED—General housework. Telephone 230. 31* Milch cow loans and automobile refinancing. First door north of Iowa State Bank. Telephone 55. C. R. LaBarre, Algona, Iowa. . 31-tf FOR SALE—Baled hay and straw. At Anderson Elevator. 01-32 FOR RENT—Three room apartment, newly furnished. Call U. D. M.-R. 230. 31 FOR SALE—Stove wood.—Ralph Witham, phone 10F2. 30-tf FOR RENT—Two furnished light housekeeping room. Close in., 108 W. McGregor.—G. E. Van Dorstan. 31 FOR RENT—Modern six room house. -J. T. Bohannon. 1!7 "Algona's Wife Saving Station."-Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-ti Money to loan on town property.— M. P. Haggard, Algona, Tewa. 13-tf FARM LOANS AT 5t/<% INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. MURTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. FOUND—Ladies' hat on the street last Saturday. Owner should call at this office and pay advertising charge, and receive their property. 28 Fools An old proverb suys that nobody Is always a fool, but everybody Is some times. There Is hope for the fool pro vl'led ne Isn't permanent and provld ed there Is something which lends him fnmlily tn nrtmlt that tie's n fool A Way Out That French! who complains that Inheriting a fnriune has caused him a lot of iirmiiymicc could stop It ull If he murricd one of the girls.—Dayton Dally News. Make highways safe. Trade in I smooth tread tires. $1.50 to $4.50 per pair allowance in exchange on new G. & J.'s with deep heavy tread.— Gamble Stores. 31 Lovely New California Wash Frocks Never have we seen a more beautiful lot of crisp, airy, wash frocks than those we unpacked from the western coast this week. The prettiest prints, the classiest styles, the mo3t moderate prices, we have seen in a long, long time. Now is the time to buy and wear one of these charming new dresses—it sort of 'brightens up the long, dull January and February days, Surprise the 'husband by putting on one of these dainty California frocks around Hie house—he'll think spring • is here. It will help your disposition and Ms, too. All sizes from 14 to 50— whether you're tiny, medium or quite large, we have your dress here. Buy two or three and get that "thrill" which comes from having the new things first. This store will close at five-thirty every night during January and February and nine o'clock on Saturdays. FOR RENT—Modern furnished 3- room apartment, suitable for light housekeeping—A. W. Sigsbee, phone 488-W. 30* FOB SALE—An old fashioned spindle bed.—The Furniture Shop. 30 FOR SALE—Duroc boars, easy feeding, big bone type, immune and healthy, $15 to $25 each. A. C. Carlisle, %mile east of Whittemore. 30* LOST—A piano tuning hammer. Finder please leave at U. D. M.-R. office and get $1.00. 30 Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in northeast Kossuth county. Wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Company, Dept. L, Freeport, Illinois. 30* Phone L>:57. •.V«V«V. s »".V.Vi.'uV<V«V« < i,V«'^^ u " a> / 3 '«"^ LOST—Green felt hat December. 30. Call 203. . 30* FOR 741-J. RENT—Heated room. Call 30* FOR SALE—One V* horse power General Eletcric motor —W. H. Horan. ESTRAY NOTICE—Two yearling steers came to my place six weeks ago. Owner should call and pay.joh.ajggs^^ John Reding Bode, Iowa, Rt. 2. 29-30* FOR RENT—My four modern housekeeping room after December 20, 1930. Algona's Real Shoe Shop.—Lewis Elks. Phone 44. 29' MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD GRADED MILCH COWS If you are planning on buying more milch cows or want a loan on the cows you already own, it will pay you to see us. Loans made the same day received. Reasonable rates, long time to pay off.—C. R. LaBarre, Algona, Iowa, Phone 55, First Door North of Iowa State Bank. 27-tf V^ANUdVWWWWW •JVVVVVVSWWV^^VSAWAWWAWMAWVV^ ^ fa *'• I nl il you )ia\v ]<>,:k,-," ; «.\w llir new .Dollar six ;:inl i-i/m now on display ;U -inr >h"\v room, with ilieir m-\v :-v,v<-i/ini: 1 lilies and larirt-r ]n"i«j\ Also our new Plviuoiuh t-ars. Elbert Garage South of Court House. Phone 012 Our Motto--"We Never Close." rVVWVVWWWWWWJWft^^ Our stock of used furniture is more complete each day. We have a nice line of good quality useful pieces to pick from. We invite you to drop in and look over our store. We do repairing and upholstering. Storage for Household Goods. The Furniture Shop West of the Ford Garage. Phone 399. Algona, Iowa. taow/»»mf0^^ Complete Line Tonics, Lotions and Creams in Eetail sizes for home use, Bjelland Barber Shop Two Barbers Sawyer Bldg. Phone 260, In s Money vllftc What is simply rubbish to you may be something useful to someone else. Why not search through your attic, or basement, and dig out the score or more of odds and ends for which you have no use? PLACE A FOB SALE WANT AD IN THE UPPER DES MOINES-REPUBLICAN. You will be astonished at what can be sold through our Classified Column. Upper Des Mo ican Phono 230 Algona; Iowa. ftVVVWUVVWWVWVW **

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