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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 19, 1937
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Q»» AJgoifc PgpCT .PM MotoM, Algona, h TROUGH-BRINGS 60-70 BU. PER ACRE AT IRV1NGTON Threshing in thii vie- Jnlty hat practically been completed by now with oats varying in yield from 40 to 88 and 70 bushels per itert. In most cases the straw wa» heavier than it has been for Many years. Prospects for a bumper corn crop are also good, however in many places the windstorm on Monday evening blew the corn down, breaking it off at the roots. The Rich Point threshing crew held their annual party at the Frank Captslus home on Monday evening with a fried chicken supper. This Is an annual affair which has been celebrated by the ten fam Hies Included in the threshing ring for many yean. Mr. and Mrs George Godfrey of Ames, former neighbors in this vicinity, were in attendance. Gardner Reunion The Gardner family reunion was TYKE THEATRE IITONKA, IOWA Friday and Saturday, Aug. 20th and 21st Laurel and Hardy in *>*„ "WAY OUT WEST" ~ ~ * Selected Short Subjects Added Sunday and Monday, Aug. 22nd and 23rd Matinee Sunday 1:30 and 3:30 William Powell and Luise Rainer in "THE EMPEROR'S CAHRLESTICKS" I Also A News Reel Added Tues., Wed., Thurs., August 24th, 25th, 26th Bob Burns and Martha Raye in : "MOUNTAIN MUSIC" Selected Short Subjects Added New Serial "Jungle Menace" Starts 25-26 MASON JARS Dozen Quarts Docen Pinto 63c Good supplies sure IT In Summer fnpmr* far Winter I B* lur » t» txnt «H Hi* ttilnf t you'll nMri by itMk- CERTO ;;,r 21c For Makinp; Jams find Jellies SOFTASILK 25c 44 ounce pkg. Cake Flour CALIF. PEACHES . . 20 Ib. box $1.05 HARD YELLOW BANANAS 5 !bs. 25c BARTLETT CANNING PEAR bx 2.99 ORANGES. 2doz. 35c CONCORD GRAPES . 6 Ib. basket 25c POTATOES pk.27c IGrA CORN BEEF HASH 16 oz. can 17c IGA WHEAT FLAKES 10 oz. pkg. lOc WHITE SHINOLA SHOE POLISH bot. 9c Mulcm Perfect Jelly S or. pkg. Fruit Pectin, IGA 9c Two 1 pound pkK«. Parowax 19c 18K Funry Cider Vinegar 16 oz bot. 9c S3 ox. bot 1 St- Iii reusable refrigerator bole. Aut Mayor* Flavor-Aid 3 pkgs. lOc IGA 10'j oz. can Chili Con Cande, lOc IGA 32 01. Jar Salad Rressing . _36c C'AROL 32 oc. Jar Sandwich Spread 23c or Iodized 2 Ib pkic- IGA Salt 8c Dreft __7 oz. pkg. 21c IOA White 4 burn One Bur Frew Carbolated Soap _19c IGA OiUv'.i Crepe 6 roll* Toilet Paper 33c BALL SIA8ON Jar Covers _-doz. 21c ICiA KKD MASON TWO 1.11' Jar Rubbers 3 doz, lie 20 MI'IJS TEAM Borax __1 lb. pkg. 15c •i Ig. |>kK*. 25c Gold Dust 35c (Jold I)uit 3 rank Scouring Pwdr. _13c JoluiMui'k AMtorted Cookies lb. 23c BISQUICK 40 02. Pkg. 29c ROAST lb, 17c BEEFTOBOIL . . . Pork LOIN ROAST 2-3 lb av 24c Round or Sirloin STEAK lb. 24c VEAL ROAST . . . .lb.20c Baldwin Food Market Your 1. <j. A. Grocer Phone ivG-A- STDR ! ES held last Sunday at the Hugh Ra ney home with* about 40 relatives present. This has been an annua affair, usually held on June 25, the birthday of Mrs. ft. F, Gardner However, on this date, Mrs. Gard ner was visiting relatives which caused the occasion to be postponed Those present Included the families of Austin, Floyd and Delos Oard ner and Charles Pattersons, Burt Chester Baileys of Algona and the Hugh Raneys. Out of town guests from a distance were Mrs. Wight and children from New Mexico daughter of the Baileys. Due to the extreme dryness of the oat fields several fires were visible the past week. O. L. Mllir's straw stock east of his home was on fire Saturday and Sunday and a fire al the Elberts on the A. D. Clark farm east of Algona on the paving destroyed part of a threshing machine. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stevens visited last Sudnay at Guckeen, Minn., with Mrs. Stevens' brother, Ernest Pll- cher. Little Delbert Blanchard. young son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard had his tonsils removed one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park accompanied by their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Burge of Cedar Rapids, are touring the west. Mesdames Howard and Edward Blanchard were Friday visitors a Clarion, the occasion being to vis it Mrs. Howard Blanchard's moth er. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman Sr., George, Jr., and Robert Gelge returned last Monday evening from northern Wisconsin from a fishin trip. A number of relatives assemblec at the Call State Park last Sunda; as a farewell courtesy honoring Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard who are soon leaving for their teaching position. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison were Sunday guests at the Roscoe Mawdsley home in Plum Creek township. Mr. Robison has contracted a case of the shingles, which are proving to be very uncomfortable. Word has been received here that Naomi Taylor, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor, former Methodist minister at Algona, is visiting with her husband at Portland, Ore;on. Miss Taylor has taught for many years at a girls' school in Hawaii. ALBERTDS FURST RITESSATDRDAY, BUFFALO CENTER Was Father of Herbert and Henry of Algona Funeral services for Albertus Furst, Buffalo Center, father of Herbert and Henry Furst of Algona, were held Saturday at the Buffalo Center Baptist church. Interment was in the family lot at Buffalo Center. Mr. Furst passed away on Wednesday of last week. Albertus Furst was born in Germany June 14, 1853, and emigrated to America in 1882. Three years later he married Anna Conradi an they settled in Butler county, Iowa, moving to Kossuth county in 1897 living on a farm north of Lakota Mrs. Furst died 14 years ago. The Fursts became charter mem bers of the Buffalo Center Baptis church, and Mr. Furst served as a MUc«llaii«oti* Announcements Afeona Public School* 1. Districts for Elementary Grade Pupil Enrollment various buildings: A. Third Ward Building— ID the 1. Include children in grades 1 to 9 Inclusive who are living NORTH and EAST of the following street lines: north Minnesota from north city limits to Bast State; thence east to Intersection of State and Phillips; thence south on Phillips to city limits. B. Bryant Building— 1. Include children in grades 2 to 6 inclusive who are living WEST and SOUTH of the d riding line given above fo Third ward. C. First Grade Room (146) I High School building- done before school bvglnt if at all DMttble. V. All student* entering 7th grade for the first time in September ahonid report to Mlu Wilson, Junior high pHMifial, At the high school building oft Saturday morning, August 28, at ft o'clock for a tour of the building and prelimin- PORTLAND HOME TALENT SHOW IS BILLED ON 25TH practicing behind barred doors, this veck, in preparation for a "home alent" show to be presented next •Vcdnesday evening. August 25, at he Beltone theatre in Burt. Proceeds will be donated by the 'ortlnnd Progress club to the nat- onal antl-cnnccr fund. Admission vill be 10 and 20 cents. Included on the program will be welcome by Joan McWhorter, mouth organ selection by Harold xtng, a song and tap dance by Virginia and Mary Janice Mc- Vhorter, a recitation by Evelyn Jecker, and a clarinet solo by Lav- na Jandl. A dialogue entitled "Entertaln- ng Sister's Beau" will be present- d by Verl Nelson. Velina Larseri, Velma Jean Shipler and Leota Nelon. Bobby Jandl will offer a vo- al solo, and Mrs. Dell Fitch will ;ive a reading. Mrs. E. L. Dlck- meyer will offer one of the high pots on the program, when she lays a harp solo. Alvin Godfredson will present a musical number, Virginia and Mary itcWhorter will play a piano duet, iirhard Brayton will sing a solo, nd a quartet composed of Harold Veiske, Floyd Stott, Carroll Fras- r and George Becker will sing. Other numbers will include a lay, "The Train Leaves at 10:20" vith Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Martin Becker in the cast. Rachel Becker will furnish a violin solo. Several other novelty numbers ill also be offered. Including a 4- I girls' hquare dance, and a coun- ry kitchen band. Ldward Hackman Died In Portland, Oregon, August 5 Kclward William Hackman, after a long illrjubs paused away at a I'ort- land, Ore., hospital, Thursday morning, August 5. Mrs. Fronla Mullica, i-r of the deceased, was visiting Mr. Hackman a: his home in Portland when, a week before his death, she left for her home in Ortonville, Minn , thinking that he wux getting bctltr. Tilt funeral Ktrvices were conducted from the Mount .Scott Funeral Parlors. The Itcv. iJonal'i U. Harking, u young ininUu-r just lately itriiuintii in the Christian church anil now subMituti;iK for the rriin- ibtir ill the Kern I'urlt Christian church of which Mr. Ha( lunan has been uri active and devoted member for twenty years, preached i. very .splendid and comfoiltiiK *>" r mon. Two of Mr liackman's fa vorite hymns, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "The Old KuijgKJ Cross", were louchingly rendered by the soloist. A large number of fru-nila attended the funeral and followed the deceased to the Multomah Park Cemetery for the final services. Former Algona friends attending the funeral included Mrs. Mathew Hieb- hoff. 10905 N. K. Shuver street, Portland: Mrs. Nancy Rohebocher, 32nd and Miles street, Multnoinah, Oregon; and Mrs. Iza Scott, 4132 N. E. Davis street, Portland. To Whom It May Concern I have thin day received the sum of $851.35 from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Al- £onu, Iowa, in contribution* received by that organization from thu members in memory of my wfie. Caro line BonnsUtter. My wife had con tributed $2.00 to thin organization in death contributions durnig the time she was a member. Signed M. P. BONNSTETTER 33' A <OKKIXT10.V Eleanor Koiu entered the Mayo hospital for u nurses' three year course last Tuesday. Her sister, Mary, aiau aomc ycurs ago gradual- c-d from Uml. hoapitoj u-ucj ta serving there now as a nurs* QU special trustee for 21 years. Mr. Furst Is survived by not only his sons here, but the following oth er children: Mrs. Hattie Jurgens of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Johanno Gortemaker, Miller, S. D., John 01 Lakota, Mrs. Bertha Mathahs o Blairsburg, and Mrs. Alvina Bruns of Buffalo Center. There are also 96 grandchildren and one great grandchild, and one brother who lives in Germany. Relatives of Mr. Furst wish to express their gratitude and alncerest thanks to any and all who have helped in this time of sickness and death. 6 Inches of Rain Fell in Plum Creek So. Plum Creek: Central Plum >eek township enjoyed a six-inch •ain last Monday night. Elmer Jasperson is still In an Algona hospital where he was taken ast Wednesday after a truck and car collision at the Kain corner in lentral Plum Creek. Much concern 'or his recovery is felt by all who know him. The John Gross family spent Sunday at the Carl Albright home near Kayfield, Minn., and brought Alvin Albright back with them for n short visit here with his grandparents and old neighbors. Poirot Trapshoot Team Is Winner Whittemore: O. A. Polrot's trapshooting boys were victors over the ;ang led by Irvin Siems, in a match held last Sunday. Seven men were on each team. The final count showed that 'oirot's team had broken 85 birds and Stems' side had knocked off 81. Oscar Poirot was high man with IB out of 25 birds, but it was below Oscar** usual standard. The mind Interfered wfth marksmanship, the boy* reported. Include all children llvin SOUTH of the following line West McGregor from west city limits to intersection wit Tborington; thence north t State; thence east to intersec lion of Phillips and State thence south on Phillips t city limits. D. First Grade Room In Bryan building— 1. Include all children living NORTH of the dividing line given for the first grade in high school building end wes of North Minnesota. Include also all children living beyond city limits. E. Kindergarten— 1. All children In kindergarten will attend in the room provided In the high school build- Ing (No. 146). At the first meeting on Monday morning August 30, half of the group will be assigned for forenoon session and the other half for afternoon sessions. 2. These half day sessions will begin on Tuesday, Augost 31. These sessions will later be reversed. II. Rule on age for entering kindergarten and First Grade: A. Kindergarten— 1. Child to be eligible for registration in the Kindergarten must be 6 years of age on or before December 15, 1937. B. First Grade— 1. Child to be eligible for registration In the first grade must either have completed Kindergarten or must be 6 years of oge on or before December 15, 1937. III. Any exception to Rules In and II above ae made necessary iy unforsecn circumstances will je decided upon after considera- ion by the superintendent. IV. All children not previously •xamined by the School Nurse for Inderirarten for the coming school ear should be enrolled at the su- icrintendent's office at the high chool building on Monday or ucsday, August 23 or 24, 9 to 12 . m. or 1 to 5 p. m. It is not nec- ssary to bring the child to the of- ice to be enrolled. Telephone is 95. All children entering school his fall for the first time, should tie taken to the family physician nd protected against • small ' pox nd diphtheria. This should be Classified Ads FARMERS ATTENTION—Paint Sale. 80 gallons red barn paint, 98c er gallon. Llnieed oil, 68c per allon. Turpentine, 79c gallon.— oe Bloom. 33 FOR SALE— An improved 80 acrea close to Algona. Will take n a house in Algona as part payment— C. W. Nicouiin, Algona, la. 33 FOR SALE—»-room modem house, close In, priced to sell. Also orner lot, 56 by 150 ft., south part. —Tilla McCal), 521 E. State. 33' FOR SALE—Rock Islarul 14" lorse plow.—Jena Sorcnaen, Algpna. 33* FOR 8ALB—Solid walnut desk, 110.—Shilts Broa., under Iowa State Bank. 33* FOR HALE—Piano. Bee in Al- jona. Only $48 left. Cash only. Write Minneapolis Piano Co., 3410 Weat Broadway, Minneapolis, Minn. 33 FOR SALE—Used radios, battery eta, 6 volt sets, electric nets.—Joe Bloom. FOR SALE—Used tires, all sizes :u pick from, 50c and up.—Joe Uloom. 33 FOR SALE—200 improved farms, ;ooij terms, 80 acres up to 640, pric- :<1 $35.00 per acre up to $100.00.— Lynch Land Co., Fairmont, Minn., phone 287-X. 31-33* FOR HALE—Two rebuilt standard Underwood typewriters, like new, recent models, reasonable. See them at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, auy «lse, 80o per roll, free enlargement with any rolL —Lu»by'» drug 15-tf FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicouiin, real estate, Algona. 7-34* LOANS—Prompt, appraisal on HO year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tap*r- low Interest.—Edw. Capeilua, Heis* Bldg., Algona, Iowa. M-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, p/lc«n, location*. Terms to suit LJst your farm with us.—Mc- Co. 10-tf REAL BARGAINS oa good Im proved farms, also real buys on AJ- geoa lou and homes.—Kohlnaaa Bros., phone V. 30-tf For Bent FOR RENT—Two small office corns. Heat furnished during winter months. Excellent location. Inquire Algona Upper De» ICoines office. 3o-tf WE OFFER you thorough—prac- tical—Intensive courses at Low Tuition Rates. If interested, send for one of our free catalogues.—Mankato Commercial College, Manka- ary announcements. VI. Second Hand Book Exchange: A. Second hand books used grades 9 to 13 may be brought to the superintendent's office any time during the week beginning August 23. B. Books used in grades 7 and 8 should be brought to Miss Wilson's office at the high school building on Saturday forenoon, August 28, or Monday morning, August 30. C. Books used In the elementary grades should be brought to the Bryant olfice on Monday forenoon, August 30. VII. Rural Students entering the Ninth grade this tell are Invited, with their parents, to a special meeting at the high school building on Tuesday evening, August 24 at 8 o'clock. The purpose of this meeting la to explain the curriculum, to tour the building, and to make preliminary registration. VIII. Students new to the Algona School System other than rural ninth entering high school 'or the first time and not already enrolled should report for enrollment at the superintendent's office any time In the week of August 23. IX Traffic Stop Signs: A. Stop signs during certain school hours will be placed at the following street Intersections: State and Dodge (Iowa *lat«t Bank wirtftf); C*ll Dodgt t€tf««nbi*t cof Jonw and NortB (Conoco «ta< \ , Enjoy Picnic At Call Park, Sunday Lone Rock: Mf. and Mrs. M. B. Blarichird, the Fred GenrlchM and the Lawrence Newbroughs met the Edward Blanchard* and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard, frvington, and the tfelmar Angus family, Algona, at the Call State Park Sunday and had picnic dinner. Mrs. Delrnar Tiny Baby Brain -~ r - - DBS'' Men c*vMd herrjhat the yminf ter of Mr. aid Mrs. RlcHard __ phy ftbfn at dft Mercy hospl ^ where the mother and baby" are at this time,. Is improving followinf an operation. A blood clot on Ut* brain seemed to,b% the difficulty; to, Minn. 33A37 Lost-Found LOST—100 pound sack of sugar between Lone Rock and H mile south and H mile west.—Rev. 8. M. Gladstone. 88-33* LOST—Saturday morning on road west of LuVerne, leather, brass bound traveling bag. If found please contact Gustav Reddel at Lu- Verne at once. Reward. 33* Wanted WANTED—Farm or any kind of work, by married man. Good references, experienced hand.— Reuben Krueger, c-o Todd Rickard Burt, route 1. 33* HELP WANTED-Experienced waitresses only.—Anderson Cafe. 33 WANTED—Sept. house or apartment, office. 1, furnished Inquire at this 33 WANTED—Used bicycles, boys and girls. We pay up to »15. Bring them in.—Joe Bloom. 33 HOME GROWN PRODUCE WEEK I Red Ripe Tomatoes lb. 5c Fresh Carrots bunch 5c Green Peppers lb. 21c Cobbler Potatoes pk. 24c Red Heart DOG FOOD 3 c'anr 25C A New member of the A. & P. Bread Family! 'N On» 16 oz. 1 f|_ 1^ VrXIC logf ivrC (Half White * Half Wheat) A. * P. Iced Nut Raisin BBJGAD ioa?' lOc IOWA STATE BRAND Butter lb 34c Rich and Full Bodied Coffee Red Circle 2^ 39c Airy Fairy Cake Flour 2 ££ 39c Slack No. 10 can Raspberries 75c lona Peas 3 No. 2 cans 25c Ann Page Beans 2-1 lb cans 15c Crisco .3 Ib. can 57c Nectar TEA Black Ib. 17c lb. 32o Green % Ib. lOe H Ib. 17c TIH Fur Coat Special ^•P .* i • * «E»2H?E& | -Jl CliriliiU •J*\*,-, When you see these swanky, smart, rich new fur coats In our stock, you will say to yourself—-"This Is the year." We are ready for you with a beautiful advance showing of the newest and best In fur coats. Featured, again, is that lustrous, durable Australian Seal coat which combines beauty and utility. These coats have the new swagger lines, with high shoulders and sweeping skirts. Some have belts to give them "swing." Priced for August selling $68.00, (89.00 and upwards. Come In and talk over your fur problems. We will give you only honest, reliable Information and when you buy a fur coat here, you have the reputation of a 67-year-old store back of your purchase. , • Now Is the time—don't delay. A cool, air condrttoimrtSSi in which to make your selection!. AIR COOLED COMEORT K. D. James P. & G. SOAP 10 5* 35c 10 ret. bare 29c The Great Atlantic * Pacific Tea Company rVWWUWWWWVWVWWUWV The Algona Auction Co. We are hen* to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. Aug. 21 We have men out looking for feeder pigs for tills sale and If they can lineup any will have a load or two. ASM expect to have some nigh grade Holstein Heifers ranging from yearling* and coming tw* year olds. Remember that we have the HtiiMman t-row corn nt"k»r to nt all makes of n,w crop tractors, to mount on your tractor at *MtM delivered. Ah* we hiw* that good Maa*ey-Harris eon Wo handle thin DeLaval Separators. We deal la MW and used machinery. . M ^ M __» m , mr tow awl UM Masaey-Uante UM of machinery W* wB trade far any thing you have. See us before yon deal. Let u» order your cylinder teeth awf drive heita, Will start an stock at lit*. TOBM8~Ca*h. No property Open Every Day. Sale born phon* n C. O. RIDDLE <>— - sUymond Riddle, Ckxk 39* AUGUST 10,000 other Rcull Drugfbu > (icteric* manufacturing mm Product*. We c»U ihw our Fs«tory beesutfc in «flVet, that'* reslly wbsl •» #t ?t*t tU» Mt H ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION •Mf M* •*•!•<•• RUBBING ALCOHOL froth far or U* M ga t 4 100 Putt lot Aiplrlm wilb UM Mi 11 Solution. SbHft product* James' Famous Walking {Sundae IOc I -. ._„.. ••_ T tie Pack Flrttalj ITltfrproof tie *fs« Rtiall Milk of Hag* t ,ia TOOTH PASTS BANDACRfi •' H*i* fmek o/ Out 0e*«o firs laid SANITARY NAPKINS life SHAVING f AZOK rfouW*

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