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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, February 11, 1931 William Quinn, of Bancroft, WP.S an Algona visitor Tuesday. Clair Blossom was unable to attend school the first of the we,'k being ill with an attack of the flu. Larry Gisch, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch of Algona, Is a patient at the Scanlan sanatarium. There will be an old and new time prize dance at the I. O. O. F. hall on Tuesday evening, February 17. George Kanouff left yesterday for Omaha, where he will spend the week end with his family, who are spending the winter there. Nels Olson of Sioux City is spending the week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Richardson. He will go to Hot Springs, Arkansas, soon. Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty, have been on the sick list for about a week, but have now recovered and are able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fisher, living southwest of Sft. Benedict, are the parents of a baby boy bom Tuesday morning. This is the tenth child and eighth son. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rogan returned to their home at Jewell last Wednesday after a visit of a few days at the home of Mrs. Regan's cousin, Mrs. H. H. Clapsaddle. E. W. Lusby was in Des Moines from Tuesday to Friday of last week attending a druggists' convention. 0. L. Cavanaugh of Whlttemore, also attended the convention. Miss Elsie Helmke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode and daughter, Mrs. Coady were among Algonlans who attended the shower for Miss Luella Fuchsen of Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Snyder came last week from Spencer and will again have charge of the management of the Kossuth Hatchery. They will be assisted by Fred Yates. "Eugene Keneflck returned to , Des Moines Saturday after a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Keneflck. His brother, Paul, accompanied him, but returned the first of the week. A pie social will be held February 20 at the district number seven school in Fenton township, located two miles north, and one mile east of Lotts Creek. Everyone is invited. Adris Peterson is the teacher. The Algona Odd Fellow lodge is going to hold a dance at their hall in Algona next MtfncJay night, February 16. Members of the order from all over the county as well as the general public are invited. Henry Juchem, who lives on the Sullivan & McMahon farm, six miles west of Algona, was laid up with the flu a few days last week. Mr. Juchem is holding a sale February 17 and will move to a small farm. New Chevrolets were purchased last week from the Kohlhaas Bros. Garage by Albert Granzow, George Godfrey, George Yeoman, and Bert Galbraith of Algona and Fred Gierres of Sexton and Edward Zwiefel of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and Mrs. A. L. Long returned from Cedar Rapids Tuesday, having driven down Sunday, business Mr. LaBarre attended to and Mrs. Long visited Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stalker, who are former Algonlans. Marriage licenses were issued to R. L. Williams of Lakota and Vera Qg- ren of Algona; Martin Brandt and Caroline Binndt, both of Titonka; Alfred Munson and Evelyn Welsh, both of Britt; John Haupert and Mildred ScUlltz, both of Bancroft. Editor Joe White with his wife and little girl, Joan, of Manilla, spent Friday in Algona visiting at the home of Mrs. White's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norman. Joe took time off to go over to see his old pal, John Guderian, editor of the Kanaha Times. Miss Hilda Campbell is the new operator who is now in charge or tne Marigold Beauty Shoppe II. She came here Friday from Des Moines where she had been taking a short course on the newest things in beauty culture She has had several years' experience and comes well recommended. D/H. Goeders, J. S. Aimer, T. H. Chrlschilles and Mrs. Loren Minkler came home Saturday from Chicago where Mr. Goeders, Mr. Chrlschilles and Mrs. Minkler had spent a week doing spring buying for the Goeders and Chrlschilles & Herbst stores. Mr. Auner joined the group Thursday. fjWWWJWVWWJW^ Ample Resources and a Safe Policy The greatest service we render to our customers and to this community is safety. All other services must necessarily be secondary. This is sound banking practice. With ample resources and a large reserve in Unit- .-••-iWyp««ftM*^,M*S^^1«»*«»^Pt'.'.'rr*"-' people of the coimnumty. " On this basis we invite your business. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA. WWW M. E. Polhemus of Burt was a business visitor in Algona Tuesday. Banker W. Scott Hanna was up from LuVerne on business Monday. R. S. Blossom and E. J. Murtngh were Chcrok»e visitors last Saturday. A. M. Kunz, one of Wesley's leading merchants, was in Algona on business Saturday. Mrs. Joe Bloom went to Minneapolis last week for a few days' visit with her parents. Attorney L. E. Llnnan was on the sick list a day or two last week with a touch of the flu. Mrs. J. M. Dettman of Burt is quite seriously ill and has been confined to her home for a time. Mrs. Alvin Briggs returned the middle of the week from a visit with her parents at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vlnson enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laldley of Estherville. George Carroll and Fred Vogel, two of Burt's most honorable citizens, were visitors in Algona Saturday. Anton Dahl of Fenton paid this office a pleasant call last Thursday. Mr. Dahl was serving on the jury. Henry Kohlhaas of Livermore, brother of Mrs. Yackley, who has been a patient there for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer of Bode were Algona visitors last Thursday. Mr. Kramer paid this office a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Estherville Monday. Mr. Sullivan attended.to some legal business there. John Kohlhaas left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend a hardware dealers'*' convention which will last until Frfj day. Al Bloom came back front. Minneap-,! oils last Thursday after spending a week there-taking to show. Dallas Foster and Miss Martha Greenlie of Fort Dodge were guests on Sunday at the home of Dallas' uncle, W. A. Foster. . Attorneys H. W. Miller, G. D. Shumway, and E. C. McMahon were in Fort Dodge last Wednesday looking after business matters. Bloom's Store Is Heing fixed over so that the ladies ready-to-wear department will be larger and it will make more room for the main floor. Julius Winkel came up from Ames and spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel. Ju- Alphoiise Berte, who lives northeast of St. Jce. is recovering from :\ serious illness with throat trouble. Dave Green and family of Snuk Center, Minnesota, are visiting with Al- gonn relatives mid friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seelry nre the- parents of a baby boy who arrived January 22. The Secleys have another boy and a girl. Mrs. Seeley was Vera Ditsworth before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt are the parents of a baby boy born at the Koasuth hospital February 7. Tlifey have one other child, a girl. Mr. Joynt is depot agent for the Milwaukee railroad. The fire department was called out Monday night to a house near the swimming pool. There was no flame but sparks were coming out of the chimney and might easily have caused a fire. Mrs. C. A. Momyer. who went to Chicago recently to assist in caring for her daughter's family, Mrs. Colt and Maxine, all of whom had the flu, also had an attack but they are now all improving. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Lorecn Simmons, left last week in their car for Mobile, Alabama, where they expected to spend several weeks at the home of the oldest daughter of the Andersons, Mrs. Abbie Gust. County Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway took the former's mother, Mrs D. F. Shumway of Sutherland to Emmetsburg Tuesday after a visit smce Mrs. Sunday In Algona. Shumway and her The elder daughter, ^Margaret, will lea.ve Thursday for . a student at Iowa State Col- ii Cash Savings 99c 39c JUST RECEIVED .. A load of western potatoes, will sell at per bushel Oranges, good size, two dozen for Fig Bar Cookies, 23c two pounds for -CUT PRICES ON MEATS Watch for Them. Bring in your eggs—highest market price paid. Ellis Runchey llus is lege. George Regner and two daughters, Julia and Elsie, of Swea City, were in Algona Saturday and Mr. Regner dropped in at this office for a pleasant call. The Standard Bearer girls of the Methodist church will have a bake sale at the Anderson Brothers mqat market Saturday, February 14, beginning at ten-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Betts and their daughter of Ankeny ^visited the first of last week with the former's sister, Miss Mayme Betts, who was a patient at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Dore Freeh and baby went to Swea City Thursday for a visit with her sister .and family, ( Mr. . Freeh joined hlsv*fl^Uy>Satufday and;'.6j>ent Sunday" there Also'. •~ l '-'~^ £-:; *'"'•" '««••• Mrs. Jack Devine from, near Bode, was seriously ill with pneumonia a few days of last week, but at last reports was recovering which was good news to her many friends. Mrs. Mary Runchey and son have gone to Rochester where Mrs. Runchey will have her eyes' examined by specialists at the Mayo hospital. Her sop, Robert, will also go through the clinic. Frank Kohlhaas and sister,, Diane, and their cousin, Mrs. Eugene Yackley of Downers Grove, Illinois, spent Sunday at Rochester where they visited brother of Mrs. Yack John Smith of Lakota, with his family, visited in Algona Saturday. Mr. Smith is one of the leading farmers in that vicinity and Is president of the Lakota board of education, Henry H. Bmns, one of Titonka's substantial farmers, was a caller on Wednesday. He accompanied his brother, Heiko, whose son, Alfred, Is ill at the hospital with pneumonia. Ed. and Winifred Sarchett spent Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs'. 'P. W. Reece, on the farm near Elmore. The little daughter of the Reeces has been very ill with shingles and under the care of Dr. Summers of Elmore. She Is somewhat improved at present. W. H. RJcklefs, well known Titonka man, spent a day at Cedar Rapids last week conferring with the Collins Farms CompSmy in regard to handling their farms in this vicinity. Mr. Ricklefs was given a contract to do trucking for the company for then- farms in Winnebago and Kossuth counties, Anyone who tunes in on WMT, Waterloo, Iowa, will hear a great ad for Kossuth county on each Tuesday between twelve-thirty and 12:45 during the noon hour or on each Saturday from 11:45 until noon, according to an advertisement which appears in the want ad department of this weekV paper. THE NEW VOGUE in Coffee Groceries Meats DON'T do this any more wjwwww ^jWWMWW^^ The Sweetest Valentine of All Banish the bothersome winding of clocks; tvelcome the electric kitchen clock The modern housewife wants this modern electric kitchen 'clock that she never needs to climb up to wind. Simple: just plug in the cord. Beautiful: in » choice of five lovely pastel shades— green rose, blue, yellow or white. Made by the New Haven Clock Co. and \Vestinghouse Elec, & Mfe. Co. and priced remarkably moderate! PORTIA Electric Kitcbeu Clock 'I A heart box filled with delicious chocolates or de- 3 lightful heart candies to be had for a moderate sum at the ALGONQUIN Confectionery J. F. Behlmer.' 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa. wwwvy^^ All New llaven-Weitins- touse Electric Clocks (excel,! the Electric Artlarm) have a new invention toot makes far unprecedented timektetiini dependability: Ibis is the Automatic Control, a sintplt, remarkable device that minimizes lime- error from current interruptions. \ , NEW IIAVBW-WESTINCUO USB ELECTRIC CLOCKS See the Electric ArtUrm too— tt only $7.95; other wonderful electric strike and chime clocks. Fred W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. Mrs. Matt Lamuth is now quite seriously ill with heart trouble and for the past three weeks has been confined to her bed. Ralph Lamuth, a son, came from Faribault, Minnesota Tuesday and spent the day with her He was on his way to Des Moines Mrs. Lamuth's many friends wish hei a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McConney and Mrs. Anna Madson drove to Dell Rapids, South Dakota a week ago Tuesday. They were called there by the death of Gus Hagg. Mrs. Madson returned home Thursday, but Mr. and Mrs. McConney remained until on Saturday with Mrs. Hagg. The two latter are sisters. «.«i\ijf:-M4U!d—Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and Mr. and'.'ii£'F. b! Mathes spent Sunday at Faribault, Minnesota, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs, WH. Pixler, who opened a coffee shop here a few months ago. While there liey visited the schools for the feeb- e minded and blind, and the Shattuck Military Academy and St. Mary's girl chool. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal left last Saturday by automobile for Memphis, 'ennessee, to attend the National 'ainters' convention. Mr. Deal is a elegate and Mrs. Deal is a delegate or the Auxiliary. The convention was o last twelve days. The Deals were ccompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Tom jivingston of Charles City, who are Iso delegates. Dallas Foster, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, was an Algonu vis- tor Tuesday. He is traveling for an iluminum company out of Fort Dodge, )ut informs us that his headquarters ire to be transferred to Omaha. He s to be married Thursday at Fort Dodge to Miss Martha Greenlie of that city. His many friends wish him much happiness. Harry Winkle, who had his left arm Broken in an automobile accident sev- iral months ago, spent some time in Des Moines last week where the arm was again broken by the surgeons and •eset. It was found that the bones were not growing together as they should. Harry has had a long siege and it is now hoped that he will again soon be able to use his arm. Miss Evelyn Cady, who has planned to .enter the hospital at Iowa City for joint operations and expected to be laying soon is in receipt of a letter frorn one of the surgeons who states , due to a great deal of septic sore throat which infected the neighborhood, they were being very cautious about performing extensive operations on bones and advised Miss Cady to plan to enter the hospital later. Miss Cady will therefore probably not go there until spring. Dr. R. A. Evans reports the following births which have occurred recently. Mr. and Mrs, John Jennings of Algona have a twelve pound boy, who arrived January 27. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schmidkunz, living northwest of Algona are parents of a daughter, who was born February 5. Mi', and Mrs. Theodore Fisher, who reside on a farm east of Algona have a baby boy, born February 10. Mrs. Mary Becker of Bode entered the Kossuth Mspltal (Sunday 'for medical treatment. Even the old hen seems to realize that these are hard strenuous times for her owner, and right nobly has she laid around to do her bit to relieve the situation. During the winter of 1928-29, when times were good and prices high, the old hen did not seem to take much interest In the affairs of men, but persisted in taking her usual winter vacation, contentedly munching on 84c corn. During the first week In February, 1929, when eggs were 24c a dozen, one firm in Algona took in 470 2-3 dozen eggs, paying $112.96 for them. During the first week In February this year, when eggs were only 12c a dozen, the same firm took in 2112 dozen eggs paying $253.44 for them, and the old hen had to be satisfied with 48c corn. It seems that the old hen has come to the conclusion that it is up to her to keep the ball rolling and is just showing what she really can do in time of need. Hurrah, for the old hen.—Contributed. 19 ENSEMBLES So many, many new ideas to captivate you. You'll want at least two and you'll discover them moderately priced. Frilly pleated jacket borders, daring tunic designs, petal-like jackets. Every detail breathes its newness. Prints, Silks, Crepes; two and three Piece styles, all sizes to 48. asbun Mason City Legion Holds Boxing Match. Four six round bouts and a quartet c# four rounders wJl> comprise the forty rounds boxing show to be held at the Armory at Mason City Thursday night, February 12th, it was announced yesterday by matchmaker, Joe Kelly, Carl Krieger, clever local middleweight, who scored a knockout against the hard hitting Jphnny Calvert, of Waterloo, at the last show held here in January, will meet "Hard-OH 1 " Lehr, of Waterloo, In the final of the evening. Spin Nelson, of Austin, Minnesota, has been signed to meet Jack Carver, hard punching Fort Dodge light- heavyweight, a new comer to the local ring in another six stanza affair. Clarence Phillips, Algona mauler, ^ j TJ- T^U .„„,.„ m Qno^tni- will trade blows with Leonard John- Good Hope, February 10. Special. son Q{ pores( . ^ ^ ,. wud bull Qf Under the leadership of W. J. Bourne I W lnnebago county," who in the last as chairman a committee consisting of Legion show K. O.'ed Hal Hollenhoff, W. I. Dodds, W. C. Nelson, A. M. Gustafson and Tom Reid in arranging a John Wolfe of Mankato, was a visitor in Algona today. He looks as if life in Minnesota agreed with. him. | Mrs. Rollin J. Hunter was operated j on for appendicitis at her home in I Washington, p. O,, last .week. .Mrs. 1 Hunter will be'remembered as Miss Ruth Dickinson, daughter of united States Senator and Mrs. L, J, pickln- son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newvllle drove to Ames Sunday and brought back their son, Darrell, who has been quite ill for some time. He had his appendix removed and then had a serious attack of ether pneumonia. He is getting along now as well as can be expected. Annual Dinner by Good Hope Men. dinner to be served by Good Hope men on the evening of Thursday, February 19 at the community room. The table committee consists of Wallace McArthur, chairman; assisted by Henry Engstrom, Erwin Turner, William Broderson and Arie Dittmer. These annual dinners are always unique, interesting and satisfying, the expression and product of all the ingenious ideas assembled throughout the year by the men in anticipation of this event. It should not be missed by anyone desiring a satisfying evening of recreation. Dinner will be served promptly at seven o'clock. man Behnke, giving Dead.'took first Drum Corps, will referee all The first bout wjill start at thirty sharp. Whittemore High Held Declam Contest. Whittemore, February 10. Special: The pupils of the public school held their annual declamatory contest at the academy auditorium Wednesday evening. In the oratorical class, Her"The March of place and! Erward Heller with "Vengeance is Mine" took second place. Esther Behnke took first in the dramatic class with "Elizabeth", and Roberta Wollenhaupt with "The White Hand of Telham" took second place. In the humorous class Lucille Reimers took first place with "At the Swimming Pool," and Earl Luchsinger took second with "Breaking the News." Superintendent and Mrs. Donald Weir of Burt were the judges. Debaters Practice t With Eagle Grove. Superitendent J. F. Overmeyer took two debating teams to Eagle Grove Monday where they debated with the high school there in a no decision contest. The subject was "Resolved, That the Chain Stores are a' Detriment to the Community." A critic judge criticized the debaters and told them the weak points in their delivery and argument. The pupils who participated were Virginia Schenpf Alva Benson, Max Richardson ami Ella Zumach. Fort Dodge, heavyweight in the first round. Phillips will be remembered for his great six round battle with Spin Nelson of Austin, Minnesota. These two light heavyweights meet in a six rounder Thursday^ night. Gordon Stewart, of Dows, Iowa, the "punching fool" will get the acid test when he squares off with "Young" Casey of Waterloo, scrapper in the other six rounder. Johnny Hines, Clear Lake puncher, will be pitted against George Fritz of Fort Dodge, in the feature four round bout. In Fritz's first appearance here he fought Mike Mlckelson of Austin, Minnesota. Carl Nelson, Mason City, and north Iowa favorite, will square off in one of the four rounders with Glenn Musselman of Fort Dodge Nelson, who has been winning all of his fights in Mason City, will meet the best mauler lie has ever faced in Musselman, who has fought the best In this section of the country, including Wayman "Kid" Swezey, Ernie North, Sammy Sacco of Sioux City and others. Turgen Tebben of Kanawha, will meet Kenny Bowers of Mason City in he second bout of the evening, this icing a middleweight bout, while Tuf- 'y Anderson, Charles City scrapper, 'ill trade blows with Mike Mickelson, if Austin, Minnesota, for four rounds. Joe Kelly of the American Legion John Farrell to . f Sale Fib. 24. John .iParrell of -WhittemoreV who is well'known throughout this "part of the "cduntry "as" a""r'alser of-fine horses. Is holding a sale at his" farm just ndrth of WHiittemore .February 24,. Mr. Fan-ell has 1 decided to quit fanning because of 111 health. He came to this county in 1896 and has lived on the same farm ever since. He is undecided as to what he will do but his many friends hope he will not leave and that his health will improve. An ad .appears elsewhere in this paper. : Takes Ditch to Avoid Hitting Train. Dr. F. C. Scanlan drove his car into the ditch Saturday to avoid hitting a train at the crossing one mile north of Burt. He was not hurt and the car received only minor damages. The trainmen saw Dr. Scanlan take the ditch and backed the train up to see If he was hurt. CHOP SUEY at Quick Lunch Farm for Sale S15V4 of Sec. 33, Town- sliip 95, Range 27, Kos- sutli county, three and V-j miles west of Corwith. Iowa. Look it over, mail in the price you care to pay by March 1st. Mortgage $8800 at fjiX.% running four years. The Drainage paid, well tiled. G. P. GEIBEL Brill, Towa. 35-36 aaaaamx«wmxt:0xco:ow^ Permanent Wave SPECIAL Because we have been unable to accommodate all our patrons In such a limited length of time we are extending the time on our permanent wave special until Friday, February 20i!lii. Our regular price on Nalvette Croqulgnolo $5.00. Mi.ss Campbell has had several years of experience in permanent waving and has been giving Frederic waves for the past six months, having specialized in Combination waves. Miss Campbell is (lie only operator experienced in Combination waves and will not be experimenting on, you when she gives a Frederic wave, She is not only efficient in permanent waving, but is an all around operator, having won the prize in the manicure contest sponsored by the Modern Beauty Shop of New York City. After March 15th she will give free advice on the care of your hands and nails each Monday morning by appointment. Watch this paper for our specials. Marigold Beauty Shoppe II Over K. D. James Drug Store. Phone 93. Algona,, Iowa. &ff&fXXff^^

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