The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 23,1937 Deep Cut Prices on USED CARS The cars listed below are clean, have low mileage and can hardly be told from new cars. One 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Touring Sedan Pour 1936 Chevrolet Master Touring Sedans One 1936 Chevrolet Master Coupe Two 1936 Ford V-8 Coaches with trunks Three Used Trucks Several jobsfroin 1928 to 1934 model Chevrolets and Fords. Come In and make us an offer an these cars have to move. Get Our Prices on Heaters and Winter Anti-Freeze See Us For Price on All Mechanical Work Kossuth Motor Co. N. Dodge St. Mary Parr of Maxwell Is visiting this week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Harry Baker. Jessie Smith ts having her vacation this week from the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Montag of West Bend were guests Tuesday Of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and son, Junior, of Manning, Iowa, visited Rev. P. J. Braner, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler spent the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jacobson of Dows were guests of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson, Sunday. Mrs. Ira IverRon and children of Clinton will arrive Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. "Chuck" Stevenson spent Tuesday night at the home of his mother, Mrs. Theo. Herbst. He will attend the University of Minnesota. Mrs. J. Donlgan of Emmetaburg and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Freiman of Chicago were guests of Mrs. Nellie McMahon, Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen and son, Bobby of Graettinger arrived last week for a visit with Mrs. Chrlsten- sen's sister, Mrs. Joel Herbst Doris Long of Tama was a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Doris teaches English in the Tama high school. Bill Doughan, (ton of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doughan, left for Peoria, Illinois, Sunday and will take a course in horology, which is a jewelers' course. Mrs. Louts Lynk, Mrs. Henry Johanssen, Jr., Mrs. Ksther Helberg and Mrs. Homer Tuttle drove to LuVerne to attend the Weber funeral Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harlg are the parents of a baby boy born September 20. The little boy weighed only four pounds and is being kept in an incubator. Mrs. Mary Quinn left Monday for Humboldt, and will enjoy a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Chubb and baby son. Mrs. Qunin is Mrs, Chubb's mother. Rita Dooley nnd Lylc Fugh of Des Moines spent the week end with their respective parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Dooley, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McEnroe. Robert Arn and Margaret McOee were in Algona Wednesday. They visited Robert's sister, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Saunders left Wednesday and will be gone until Sunday on a business trip to Chicago. Charles Cretrmcyer will leave on Friday for Boston, Massachusetts, to continue his studies at Harvard University. Mr. and Mrs. 3. P. O'Connor of Waterloo were week end guests at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clopton. Horace Clapsaddle and Charles Beringer spent the \veek end in South Dakota with Charles' brother, Frank Beringer. Raymond Beamish attended a dinner and sales meeting af Iowa Falls, Friday night, for salesmen of the Hoxie Fruit Company. Mrs. H. L, Gilmore took her f JKg&^MMS SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY YOCJCAIT GET IT HERE Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. Phone 170 Milton Danl Fancy Sweet Potatoes . . . .4 Ibs. 15c Yellow Onions .... lOlb. bag29c Tokay Grapes 3 Ibs. 23c Cobbler Potatoes pk. 25c PIILSBURYS BEST Thi* bnlancHtJ -fl Lean Sliced BACON 38c German Style SAUSAGE 23c Red "A" COFFEE 19c Pecker Smoked SAUSAGE 29c Van Clamp's BEANS Two 303 17 r Cans for A< y DREFT If?- 21c 18K Fruit Cocktail No ' 16c IGA Salad Dressing _qt. 33c CAROL Sandwich Spread pt 13c IGA Pineapple Juice 12% oz. 9c CAROL Apple Butter 25 oz 17c CLARION Corn —3 No. 2 cans 25c CUT GREEN Beans No. 2 can 9c SILVER FALLS Prunes 2 No 2% ens 25c PINEAPPLE Tidbits 2 -8 oz. tins 17c 18K MIXED 2 No. 8 cans Vegetables 25c IQA Cleanser 2 for 9c WHITE NAPTHA Soap -__10 Ig. bars 35c Fly Swatters 8c LIMA Beans 2 Ibs. 21c Bananas 51bs.25c LAST CALL! BARTLETT Pears box $1.19 COLORADO Peaches box 95c KIEFER Pears No. 1 $1.29 JONATHAN NO. 1 Apples bu. $1.39 CONCORD Grapes __6 Ib. bask. 23c PIHBPLK Plums _-20 Ib. box 95c ... NEVER DISAPPOINTED WHEN I BUV MY MEAT ff THE 16A STORE Young Beef Roast Ib. 17c Fancy Branded Roast Ib. 20c Cut from Branded Ruby Reef Round or Sirloin Steak Ib. ^7c DriedBcef pkg. lOc Minced Ham H>. 18c TAILORING for Ladies and Men Repairing Remodeling Relining CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Baldwin Food Mkt. Your I. G. A. Grocer Phone 355 Fr*e Delivery IOWA TIWO FEATURES 21c Thru Saturday Sunday-Monday, Sept 26-27 Second Feature Will Rogers in "HANDY ANDY" daughter, Mary Louise, and Ida Halpln to Ames, where the girls are enrolled at Iowa State College. Air. and Airs. John Oappa and family of Buffalo Center visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. The women are sisters. Air. and Mrs Sam Rlnchart of Ogden and Mrs. Joe Brown of Dupree, South Dakota, were guests ol Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hilstcadt, on Friday. Air. and Airs. E. E. Strandberg and Shirley of Boone, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt Sunday. They are relatives of Mrs Hilsteadt. Air. and Air. Thco. Larson am daughter, Meredith, arrived horn Wednesday after a visit with Mrs Larson's father, Frank Gerstner, a' Cedar Rapids, since Saturday. Air. and Airs. Larry Carter o Crcsco will be guests at the Phi Kohlhaas home Friday. Mrs. Cart er is a niece of Mrs. Kohlhaas, am she and her husband are on thci honeymoon. Ella Mitchell and Mrs. Louis I.ynk drove to Mason City, Sunday after noon to visit Alberta Mitchell o Corwith. who is ill in the Mercy ho? pitnl. Ella nnd Albertn are sister? The Rev. nnd Mrs. Robert Seliw} hnrt will leave Monday for Wash ington. D. C.. where he will take millary training course before Ink ing up his work as a naval chai lain. August Iluonhold returned to his home, Wednesday morning, after n three months' trip to Germany, where he visited his relatives. He also attended the Paris Exposition in France. Mr .anil Airs. Will F. Walker returned Monday from a three weeks' visit in Chicago with their son. Phillip and in Cedar Rapids with their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger. Emm Lee Deal, Herbert EnR- strom and Al Coleman will drive to Cedar Falls Sunday for a day's visit with the former's sister, Gwen, who is a student at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Mrs. James Stacy, who has been ill for the past few weeks and has been cared for at the home of Mrs. Ed Taylor, was able to return to her home Sunday. Her home la located In Algona. Air. and Aim. W. C. Irelan and daughter. Jo Ellen drove to Mason City, Monday, for a business and pleasure trip. Mr. Irelan is cm- ployed by the Equitable Life Insurance Company of New York. Martin Zlmmermann. John Zlm- mermann, Rev. nnd Mrs. P. J. Brnner, Lena Zimmermann. Ruth Will, Luclla Bell nnd Rita Will attended the Walther League rally at the West Bend Lutheran church, Sunday. Air. and Airs. L. J. Dickinson and their daughter, Ruth Dickinson Hunter and son, Linn, left Tuesday for Des Moines. The Dickinsons and Linn will return today or tomorrow, but Mrs. Hunter will remain in Des Moines. Dr. and Airs. Julius Winkel accompanied by Mrs. Winkel's mother, Mrs. Frank Capeslus, were at Rochester, Minnesota, the fore part of the week. Mrs. Winkel went through the Mayo clinic for a general check up on her health. Air. and Airs. Edward Ostrum will move to a new home at Lyle, Minnesota, Friday. Edward will be in charge of a Botsford Lumber yard there. Wallace MacDougall will take Edward's place and Ralph Donovan will take Wallace's place. Balph Peterson of Loo Angeles, California, came Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Ralph is a banker in Los Angeles. His father ia making a gradual recovery from the stroke which he suffered several months ago. Air. and Airs. Charles Arnold of Ortonville, Minnesota, were house guests of Mr. ' and Mrs. W. J. Bourne Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Arnold is a niece of Mr. Bourne, and Mr. Arnold was formerly in the cafe business in Algona with his brother. Air. nnd Airs. D. D. Alonlux will take thfir son, Andrew to Ames Thursday, and he will enroll in veterinary medicine at Iowa Stale Col- luge. Mr. ami Mrs. Monlux wil then drive on tu Iowa City fm another son. Robert, and bnntj bin home for tlie week end, Mr. uiul .Mrs. Byron Arnold will be visited by their parents who live in Davenport, during the week end. Mr. Arnold U'iK-lie.s biology and general science in the Algona high school tailing the place of Floy Horn who died ttii.i aiimmer. Johnnie Arnold, two year old sun of the Arnolds, will arrive with hid grandparents. Airs. Aliuuie I..OIIK returned ou Wednesday morning after a two weeks' vacation trip. She accompanied her daughter. Mrs. Wallace Clow to her home at Coldwater, Michigan. Mrs. Clow had visited here two weeks. Mr.s Long also visited her brothers. Otto and Herman, and her mother, Mrs. L. Miller at Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and a siater, at Villa Park. Illinois. airs. Rose McCmy and son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph l^odge of Helena, Montana, arrived Monday and visited until Wednesday with the former's sister, Mm. A. D. Richards. They left Wednesday for Princeton, Illinois, to visit another sister of Mrs. Richards, and Mr. and Mrs. Lodge are to go on from there to Indianapolis, Indiana, to attend a Masonic and Kuttern Star convention. They were sent to the convention by the ataU of Montana. Burnetta Bonn^h-tfrr returned 'uesdny from Iowa Falls where she nd been visiting friends for a week. Airs. Josephine HnRfr of Whittemore and Mrs. William Kenna of Vest Bend were visitors at the larold Roth home, Monday. Mrs. Jagg is Mrs. Roth's mother and Mrs. Kenna is her sister. Airs. C. H. Cretrmeyrr drove to 3es Moines today (Thursday) to ittcnd a meeting of the executive >oard of the Iowa Federation of Woman's Clubs. Mrs. Cretzmeycr s chairman of one of the music committees. Air. and Airs. W. O. AlrCullouKh drove to Minneapolis, Wednesday, o attend the National Morticians' convention. This Is the first time the convention has met west of Chicago for 25 years. Mr. and Mrs. McCullough will return. Friday. Air. and Airs. Inland Johnson nnd .wo children of Spencer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Helen of near Greenfield accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Heicn are the larents of Mrs. Crawford, and Mrs. Johnson is her sister. Mr. and Airs. A. Hutehison re- urned to their home Wednesday morning after a four-day visit with heir daughters. Mrs. C. Q. Drummond of Chicago, and Dorothy Flutchison of Evanston. This was the first Mr. Hutchison had seen his new grandson, Peter Call Drummond. "Sawdust", H>p Cliesapeakr dog of the A. W. Amunson family, was poisoned again this week and died Monday night. This was the second time the dog was poisoned in ten days, but his life was saved before. Evidently someone had a grudge against the animal, and after one unsuccessful attempt, succeeded the second time. Mr. and Airs. Dclmnr MrFndden will lenvp Sunday for n week's vr>- rntion to he sprnt with Mr. nnd Mr.s. Lawrence Kinnamon nt Brooklyn, Town. The women are sister?, nnrt Mr. Kinnnmon is rrmnnging editor of the Brooklyn newspaper. Mr. MrFadden is employed nt Kennedy & Parsons, nnd Mrs. MoFnddcn is employed in the offices of the Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company. Joe Kelly and C. R. LaBarre drove to Iowa City Tuesday to take the son of the former, Joe Kelly, Jr.. to the Iowa City hospital. Following examination It was found necessary to perform n second operation. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly drove to Iowa City Wednesday to stay until the operation is completed. Joe Kelly. Jr.. has been ill since the first part of July. r Coming to the CALL THEATRE Wed.-Thurs., Sept 29-30 it's cook-eyed — it's laupliy. ,.. ftAY MlbtANU .CiUISiAL.BtftNI The Algona Auction Co. WP nrp liorp to sprvp both tltp seller and buyer at onr pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday. Sept. 25 For this Saturday's Sale we expect to have the usual nin of stuff, consisting of mixer! lots of rnttlr nnd feeder pifts; one yearling Shorthorn bull nnd two good Poland China boars. NOTICE—Beginning Tuesday. Sept. 28. we expect to hold livestock sales each Tuesday, also will run our regular Saturday Sales ecah week.. Next Tuesday we have listed 15 head of good Holstin Heifers, some good spring cows, ffiwi yearling steers nnd heifers and other mixed lots, also will have a good run of feeder pigs in each sale. . We expect to have good buyers for each sale, so plan on making these sales your sales. Will start on stock nt 1:30. TERMS—Cash. No property removed until settled for. Open Every Day. Sale born phone 77 , RID DHL* Operator and AncHoneer Raymond Riddle, Clerk &JWWVWWVVWW\ 34 Qeocktjoun PAoapecUlk/touqh tha UlantCUft Despite the general rise in clothing and other commodities this Fall, The Hub Clothiers New Fall Suits and Topcoats are now ready for your inspection AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. And no one needs to be told that The Hub Clothiers never lower quality in order to meet a price, For more than half a century, it has been our policy to sell the est clothes we know how at a price everyone can easily afford to pay, and in the face of present costs of woolens, trimmings and workmanship, OUR VALUES NOW ARE THE GREATEST IN OUR ENTIRE LONG HISTORY. There always have been, and always will be, cheap clothes, made of inferior materials and workmanship, to sell at a price, We've never sold such clothes before, and we not selling such clothes now, Please remember this, because it's more important now than ever, The Hub Clothiers give you the same all virghvwool suitings-, the same flawless workmanship} the same up-to-the-minute smartness? the same unrestricted selection} the sam? guaranteed perfect fit} the same low prices, Hart Schaffner and Marx Suits 29 50 33 50 --GK ITHOLO

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