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The Algonft Upper Pes Moinea, Algonft, Iowa, Aug. 5,193t OBOROB KRAtrSS, 70, a resident Of the Corwith area tor the past M years, passed away recently. He was born In Germany, Canned Meat Values ARMOUR'S STAR Corned beef 2 1 <* n ?39c ARMOUR'S STAR CORNED Beef Hash ARMOUR'S STAR Roast Beef 2lL^39c ARMOUR'S tt-^f AND 5 DCetjfOODLES' BROADCAST SLICED Drkd Beef JLT 19c BROADCAST SPAGHETTI Meat 2^T29c HORMEL'S tffllXU Lunch Meat" "• 29c •earn 29c vnxmoos AND wunsr MOTHER KEIUTS Mustard £?«. 49c 10c ANN PAGE Foods Demonstration Now Going On ANN PAGE Salad Dressing OQr quart jar ANN PAGE Beans, OJir four 16 oz. cans _*•***- ANN PAGE Ketchup l(l r 14 oz. bottle 1WV ANN PAGE Sandwich Sprd. pint jar ANN PAGE SPARKLE Gelatin Dessert 6 packages WHITE HOUSE 1911k four 141/2 oz. cans ANN PAGE Peanut Butter lib. jar 19c ANN PAGE Preserves, 21b. 33c WALDORF "SOFT WEVE" Tissue 4 ro1 " 19c SCOT PAPER Towels 2 rou * 19c Rinso 2k£ 15c VtVt ox. pkg. 21c LIFEBUOY Soap 3 cakes 18c BLUE BARBEL Soap, 3 bars 23c COBBLER Potatoes . pk. 29c Watermelons . 45c Apricots .lge.$1.16 A &P FOOD • STORE Kiddie Beafcty Revue At Cftll Friday Nile A Kiddle Beauty Revue to be sponsored by Algona merchant* will be held at hte New Call Theatre, Friday evening. Tots between the ages of 3 and 10 have been selected to represent local business places and the winner of the contest will be named "Little Miss Algona for 1937". About 40 little girls will be entered. The winner will be selected by applause and a cup will be presented to the winning miss. The little girls entered by various firms are as follow: Pratt Electric. Barbara Jean McWhorter; Marigold Beauty. Beverly Andrews; Modern Dry Cleaners. Ann Barrickman; Algona Insurance. Marcia Setchell: Kresenskys. no name; State Beauty. Joan Hoffman: Bjustrom's. Barbara Maxwell; Dutch's Service, Harriet Brethorst. Borchardt's. Rachel Oisch; Kossuth Motor, Marjurie Dewel; Laing * Muckey. Miss Brown: Marie's Beauty. Diane Schaa: White's Groc^ Diane Falkenhalncr: Phillip's 66. Joanne Kuchynka: Gamble's. Louise Barnard: Norton Lumber. Dorothy Ann Galbraith: Hub Clothiers, Barbara Hardgrove; Brownell's, Janice Bartholomew; James Drug, no selection. Chrischilles Store. Marilyn Lou Delano: Milady's Beauty. Beverly Jean Kain; Stock's Dance School. Leona Hagg: Moe-Sjogren, June Karris; Kirsch Laundry, Miss Valentine; Richardson Furniture, Marline Gillespie; Nelson Hardware, Lea KInsey; Botsford, Shirley El- I. bert; HoenkMotor,Betty J«aaMill- »;._. t^*.* !>;„.,;„ A*. er; Pierce Cafe, Ruth Ann Butler; Ul & 'OWE flOMC At Sorensen Groa., Miss Weydert; Maxwell Motor, Rath Ann Burnt; Foter Furniture, Barbara Will; Long's Food, Patricia Olson; State's Cafe, Theresa Kirby; Cummlng's, Delorls KInsey; Algona Hotel, Bonnie Joe Dumin; Cora Miller Beauty, Joan Wolcott; Kent Motor, Dona Jean Engstrom: and Agonal Bottling. Dorothy Miller. SATURDAY SPECIAL Saturday, August 7th Annex' 15 Formal (evening) DRESSES choice $1.00 We will sell for a one-day special, at our ANNEX, every long dress in the shop for just a dollar. These dresses come in sizes 14 to 20, are mostly pastels in pink, blue, yellow, come in taffeta, lace and print and are the beat buy we have ever offered. Make 'em over, but don't miss this bargain. Lucile Pepoon Hired As Home Demonstration Agt. The Kossuth County Farm Bureau hired a home demonstration agent, Wednesday. Her name is Lucile Pepoon of Waverly, Nebraska. Miss Pepoon is a graduate of the University of Nebraska. She has completed her master's degree majoring In child care and training. Miss Pepoon will work with the county farm women in their club work and in their homes. The Kossuth County Home Project Woman's club has as its project this year in "Child Care." Miss P*poon taught domestic science for five years in Alaska, has traveled in Europe and for the past year taught in the University of Nebraska. The county has been without a home demonstration agent for the past few years. Long Beach, Aug. 14 The Iowa Association Invites each of the 400,000 Hawkeyes in California to rally for the annual summer picnic reunion. President Fred Crulkshank announces the date, August 14, and the place Bixby Park,' Long Beach. Visitors at Wiltgens Mr. and Mrs. John Wiltgen and family from Salem, South Dakota, were recent visitors at the Mike Wiltgen home and with other relatives hm wid ml Whlttamnre. The John Wiltgen family and Agnes Wiltgen went to Fort Dodge for a visit Saturday. Marjorie Eaton entertained her mother, Mrs. Patterson of Cherokee from Friday until Sunday. A. E. Kresenstty spent the first of the week in Minneapolis on a buying trip for the Kresensky store. Ronald Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rocheleau, was baptized Sunday In the Trinity Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. RoDo Ptrkfor and three boys of Cedar Rapids, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Monday. The A. W. Sigsbee house on South Minnesota street was recently sold to Mrs. Nettie Fisher. C. W. Nicoulin made the deal. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Walrath and daughter, Joan, drove to Dubuque Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Walrath's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Tiisdahl and family of Clarion were guests Sunday of the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell. Mrs. P. V. Janse left today (Thursday) for Minneapolis where Braleys In Reunion Wesley: The H. J. Braley home was the scene of a family reunion Sunday when members of the Harry Braley and Mrs. Etta Braley families were present for the day. They were Mr. and Mrs. Braley and Ethel, Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley and son, Alson D. of Iowa City, Mrs. Etta Braley and Marvel of Brltt, Dr. Merle Braley, wife and son of Manson, and Dale Frazer of Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardts Drug Store Final August House Cleaning ANNEX Every Garment Must Be Sold There is no "monkey business" about cleaning house at the ANNEX. When garments get to the ANNEX, they MUST BE SOLD, regardless of former cost We mean business in August at the ANNEX. If you are wise, you will take advantage of these remarkable savings. About 100 new. attractive summer silk washable dresses in a full size range from 14 to 44, will be placed on sale immediately at the small price of $1.99. These dresses are not old shop worn garments but new, snappy this season's dresses bought to sell at $4.00 and even up to $5.00. You can afford to buy two or three You SHOULD buy that many. Come to the ANNEX quickly before it is too late. Choice of this great lot of fine silk washable dresses $1.99 EVERY COTTON DRESS, regardless of former price is now only 88c This includes both sheers and prints, in a full size range from 14 to 52 and offers the most remarkable bargains you have ever And everything else at the ANNEX goes on to the bargain block ac slaughtering prices. Hats, underwear, blouses and corsets— EVERYTHING must be sold. Get your share of the bargains. SPECIAL WATERMELON DAY Back Again - James' Famous Walking Sundae 5c For the First 2,000 Sold during the day THEN the balance of the day, James' famous Walking Sundae, which is l / 2 pint of ice cream with flavor, will be sold at lOc each. GET YOURS EARLY K.D.JAMES North Iowa's Largest Soda Fountain jjg9fll«WW www1H1 ^^ she will be a guest for a few days -at the home of her brother, Perry Mason. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmetsburg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Sunday. Mr. Howie is employed by the Standard Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt win move from their present home in the Misbach apartments into the Dr. Janse house on South Harlan street, September 1. Mrs. C. H. Beardsley and children, Margaret Ann and Tommy left Sunday for Rock Rapids, for a few days' visit with the former's brother, Paul Collins. Charles Stitelty of Pcoria, Illinois is the new bookkeeper at the Maxwell Motor Company. He.Jfasfbeen here two weeks, and\ hf3|wf{jk has been here a wee*.>."'/'?: ; *' # •*•-' Dr. C. D. 'Stitajtf* wftnMve from the Dr. JariM house on South Harlan street into the Walter Dale house on East Kennedy street, which he has purchased. Mrs. Ann Fechner and her brother, Ed Osterbauer, came Wednesday from the latter's home in Rockford, Illinois, where Mrs. Fechner has been visiting the past mnoth. Dorothy Ward is working as stenographer in the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan offices this week while Phyllis Parsons is on her vacation. R. F. Perry returned Tuesday from Chicago where he had been since Sunday. Mr. Perry and H. A. Norman are the new owners of the Elk Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Johnson drove to Tracy, Minnesota, Friday and took Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Jerome Finnigan and daughter, Anna, home after they had visited here for a week. Mr. and .Mrs. G. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, and Dr. and Mrs. Andrews will attend the wedding of Mr. Stillman'a brother, James Stillman and Agnes Colby at Leland, Iowa, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brownell, their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Huran Brownell and child are expected the first of the week for a visit at the home of Mr. Brownell's brother, J. A. Brownell and son, Roy. Rev. and Mr*. Edwin Jehmeft of Chicago and Edna BcfaulU of Waubay, south Dakota, were guests on Wednesday at the Stanley Johnson home. They were enroute to Chicago after two Weeks' vacation spent In South Dakota and Iowa. Alfred Soderberg of Mlteea, Minnesota, was in Algona Wednesday calling on old friends. He haa been visiting relatives at Bancroft the past three weeks. His daughter, Mrs. M. O. Nelson and three children of Milaca came down this week and he will return with them. Raymond Oalbralth of Chicago came Saturday to visit his father, W. J. Oalbralth and brother, Bert, and family. He and his father left Tuesday for Pierre, South Dakota, for a few days. Mrs. Galbraith remained at home this summer with their new son, who Is about six months old. Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty will take their guest. Cherry Ives, to her home In Des Moines, today, (Thursday). She is the daughter of Mrs. Laird's sister, Mrs. A. D. Ives. Mrs. Laird and Betty will accdmpany Mr. and Mrs. Ives and family on a trip to Denver and throughout Colorado, and expect to be gone a week or ten days. Rev. P. J. Braner states that he received a letter from Theo. Swalve recently. The latter wrote that he and August Huenhold arrived safely in Bremerhafen, Germany, on July 6th: They enjoyed the ocean trip greatly because of the ideal weather. Mr. Swalve is spending the time abroad visiting with his relatives, especially with his sister in Holland. Phyllis and Helen Parsons left Wednesday night for Cedar Rapids to visit at the hone of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter. The women are sisters. Helen Is having a vacation from her duties at the Iowa State bank and Phyllis is a stenographer for Sullivan, McMahon A Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons and Mrs. Charlotte Parsons will drive to Cedar Rapids Sunday and bring them back. Mrs. Maynte Chltty of Correction-: ville spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Kezlah Bradley. Over the week end Mrs. Chltty and her brother, Earl of Muscatine, and Raymond and Willis of St. Paul With their families had a reunion at Lake Okobojl. Mrs. Katherlne Murphy and nephew, Bobby Barton, of Council Bluffs, came Tuesday and are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Jack Johnston and sister, Mrs. Harold Lampright. Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Lampright drove -to Fort Dodge after them. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk of Fairmont, Minnesota, drove down Friday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk, who is a patient at the General hospital. Mrs. Pannkuk had the misfortune to have her hand badly mangled when she caught it in the wringer. Mrs. Albert Muninia and three sons, Jerry, John , and David, who are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley, of Wesley for the summer, drove to Algona, Wednesday and attended a picnic dinner with Mrs, T. C. Hutchison and Teddy and Sue at the State Park. Florence Newmeler of MarshaM- town, Marjorie Buck of Rhodes, and Shirley Weasels of Laurel came Sunday evening for a visit until Friday with Evelyn Smith. The girls are students of the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Evelyn is employed for the summer at the Algona municipal swimming pool. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenert* of Wheaton, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ott of Lombard, Illinois, arrived Tuesday and are visiting at the Mike Von Bank home west of town. Mrs. Lenertz and Mrs. Von Bank are sisters, and the Otts are Classified Ads FOR SALE—A. B. C. washer, all FOR SALE—Two rebuilt atari porcelain table, 50 ft. hose and reel, dard Underwood typewriters, like all porcelain gas range, boys' 5 ft. pool table and other articles. 216 North Thorington, phone 859-J. 31* FOR SALE—Good used Chrysler 6 coupe; Oldsmobile coupe, real good, good used Chrysler 60 \ parts. —Wellendorf Auto Repair. 31-32* FOR SALE—1935 DeSoto touring coach. 13,000 miles.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 31 FOR SALE—1834 Ford V-8.— Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 31 FOR SALE—1931 Dodge.—Hoenk Motor Servce. West of Court House. 31 FOR SALE—5.00x20 and 4.50x30 Used Tires.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 31 FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls; 1 14-inch gang Oliver tractor plow.—• Lloyd Gross, Algona. 31-32 FOR SALE—Two used electric refrigerators traded in on Hotpoint ThriftmaBters. Reconditioned and are in operation at Swanson Store, 111 State St. 31 FOR SALE—75 pound ice capacity refrigerator. Economical cool er, excellent condition. A bargain. Phone Lone Rock 3920 or Algona 19F112. 31 FOR SALE—200 improved farms, good terms, 80 acres up to 640, priced $35.00 per acre up to $100.00. Lynch Land Co., Fairmont, Minn., phone 287-X. 31-38* FOR SALE—A house and two loU on South Minnesota 8t, partly modern, paved streets and paid for. If interested, write and submit your offer as same must be sold.—Cbas. F. Nolle, Algona, Iowa. 31 FOR SALE—1933 Chevrolet LWB truck, reconditioned motor, dual tires, priced to move. Call 434 and ask for Charles. 31 FOR SALE—SPECIAL IS DAT BARGAIN: 400 acres, a real corn and stock farm; all tillable, 386acres in corn this year. Two mites from Grand Afeadow Minnesota on pavement Best improvement*; woven wire fenced and cross fenced; wired from high line for power and lights. Small payment; easy terms. Inquire Albert Thorson, Grand Meadow, Minnesota. 31* new, recent models, reasonable. See them at The Algona Upper Des Moinea office. FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any sixe, Me per roll, free enlargement with any roU. —Lusby"* drug 15-tt FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nlcoulin, real estate, Algona. 7-34* LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape- low interest.—Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf REAL BARGAINS on good improved farms, &!so real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaaa Bros., phone 22. 20-tf For Bent FOR RENT—Two small office rooms. Heat furnished during winter months. Excellent location. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 30-tf Miscellaneous WE BUY Old Gold, such as watch cases, broken jewelry, gold fillings, etc.—Borchardt's Drug and Jewelry. 81 STRAYED— 3 Holstein calves. Reward. — Harvey Rath, LuVerne, Phone 2F2L 31* HELP WANTED—Lady cook at the Blackstone. 31* SEWING MACHINES repaired and adjusted at Swanson's Store, ill State street 31 to own NOTICE RENTERS who desire their farm hftmtt should highly improved farms now being offered by bank* and faisiirence companies In the Province ol Manitoba, f!«iiyi«. located directly north of Iowa. Prices rang* from $20.00 to $80.00 per acre. Liberal terms. yields: wheat 36 to 00 bushels; oats up to 110 bushels; barley 40 to 60 bush*!*: ai&Ua up to fiVi tons per acre. For further information see D. L. McDonald, (of- 1 flee address), Algona, Iowa. 30-81 1 their cousins. They willleave today (Thursday) f«f Ct visit with Minnesota rtlfttlVes. OOT oM frleM, Dave Lynch, who for some years win a notable figure at Bancroft and Seneca, is now located with la brother at Fairmont, Minnesota, in the tend business. Dave always wag A hustler and he •ays that he I* selling some farms these days and has some bargains which he Is advertising in our "Want Ad" column. Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Fur janlck of Eveleth, Minnesota, arrived Tuesday for a visit with the latter's mother, Mrs. Josephine Southgate. and sister, Mrs. Tfieo. Herbst Mr. and Mrs. Furjanlck have spent the ""il?!*" 6 *',**^ An «t*'««. California, while Mr. Furjanlck has been attending summer school at the Unlv- ersity of California. He is the tttftft£0d Initttimttit instructor in the/schools at Bveleth. Mr.aadMr*.The«.ffat«hl»onand children, Sue and Teddy, and the former's motfier, Mrs. A Hutchison and her granddaughter, Mary Dfumfnond of Chicago who has been visiting her grandmother during the past month, will leave for Chicago today (Thursday). They will visit Mrs. Hutchison's daughters, Mrs. C. <J. Drummond and Dorothy Hutchison, Who is a librarian In the Northwestern University library. Edward Cranefleld, Mary Cranefield, and Edna Cranefleld of Conde, South Dakota, and M. Dodge of Tacoma, Washington, called on the Stanley Johnson family, Wednesday morning. They were on their way home from aft extended visit ia Wisconsin and points In Iowa. TM Craneflelds *r« old friends ittl former patrons on the route m South Dakota, where Mr. John*S formerly served before coming to , work out of the post office at Al- , gotta* Mr. and ftirfef ft J. a) son, Jimmy of, Bwoticuey i—. dy Johnson of BeMonii were L Sunday at the Lon F. Wright 1 They were enroute home from Spencer where they had been called by.' the death of D, 3. Logan, whose wife Is a Slater of Mr. Selbel. W. i J. Fuller, who had also been called } to Spencer by tne Ideath of Mr. j Logan, returned home Sunday. Htel Wife, who is a sister of Mrs. Lo-) gan, and the Fuller children re-t malned in Spencer with Mrs. Logan. .; 1 .. . .. ...... ... ________ „ ___ __™ 1933 Chev. L.W.B., Dual. $ Wheels, New Paint, Motor A- 1 at 1936 Ford L. W. B., Dual Wheel* 1935 Chevrolet L. W. B., Dual Wheel* (with stock rack, grain box, a clean job) 1934 Ford L. W. B., 10-Ply Dual Tire* 1935 International L. W. B., Motor-Tires Good 1931 Chevrolet L.W. B. Truck, A Good Farm Truck And a Nice Selection of Good Used AutomobUes, AH makes and Models at the KENT MOTOR CO. Don't Forget Algona G-ladiolas Show Aug. 10-11 Watermelon Day—Free Melons—Wed., Aug. 11 Everybody Is Talking About It! What We Want To Know, Is WHO HAS THE TALLEST CORN IN KOSSUTH 1 The HUB CLOTHIERS will give six Grand Prizes for the tallest corn brought to this store on Watermelon Day, Wed., Aug. 11. Judging Will Occur At 5 p. m. ht Prize - One Pair 1,000 Mile Wolverine WorkSfciw. Next 5 WiiN$ijrrair of Big 30 Over(Mich winner i Judges will be A. L. Brawn, county afent, Judg« W. B. Quartoo aiu| BUBS Waller ol The Upper Des Moine*

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