The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, AJgona, Iowa, Sept. 23,1937 NEW SILK DRESSES with the silhouette that if definitely 1937 CHR1SCHILLES STORE The fashion story In a nutshell Is—coats that fit like dresses and dresses that fit like corsets. These new dresses are in keeping with the trend—for the lines are straight nnd smooth and clever little tricks (tucks and gathers) are used to shape the bodice. NEW FALL SHADES— Black, rust, brown, mahogany and green. ALL SIZES—12 to 20, 38 to 46 and half sizes from 16'4 to 26',4. Priced $8.95 to $19.75 HATS that reflect smartness and individuality $2.95 to $5.00 These attractive new Fall hats have a distinct charm—a flare, that you'll adore. They are so chic, so different, so flattering. There are brims that-stand up, droop down, there are perky turbans and beret-typ«s, toques In both felt and velvet—dozens of the newest hats are here for your selection. CHRISCHILLES STORE It's Thrifty to Sports Costume >'ix Vin ... or match 'em . . but choose your- owr» .••pom costume! It's the ut to individual I'hii' . . . and ever .so thrifty- Toppers Crepe Blouses Silk 'Kerchiefs *2-tt5 to $5.0« *l.WJ to *2.»8 2&c to 50c Sport* Jackets All Wool Skirts $I.» 0 to Wool Sweaters *l.<tt to «. CHRISCHILLES STORE Install New Aid Officers, Fcnton Fenton: The Womans Foreign Missionary society met in the church parlors Wednesday, Sept. 18th. Mrs. C. O. Humphrey had charge of the services. Business consisted of Installation ceremony of new officers and was In charge of Mrs. J. A. Mueller with Mrs. J. A. O. Smith as president; Mrs. Fred Brown as vice president, Mrs. Carl Qllllngham as secretary, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod as treasurer, Mrs. J. T. Snyder as Standard Bearer councellor, Mrs. Walter Wlddel as Kings Herald councellor and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf as Light Bearer councellor. Hostesses were Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. J. B. Hanson and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf. LuVerne Women At Livermore O. E. S. Livermore:< Work has been resumed by the Eastern Star order here, and their first meeting following their summer vacation was held with Mrs. Martha Mackin- toch, worthy matron, presiding. Following the business session, a program was enjoyed with Mrs. Karl Bnessler acting as chairman of the committee. Mrs. Alan Cameron and Edward Roepke pleased the audience with several vocal numbers, With Miriam Evans as accompanist. Mary Butler gave a reading, and Edward Opheim cornet, and Mrs. Mabel Phillips piano, gave several selections. Lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. V. Voss, and Mrs. Myra Peitzke, all of LuVerne. Notice The Botsford Lumber Co. will be closed Friday from 1 to 4 p. m. because of the death of Mr. O. M. Botsford, president of the company, who died Wednesday afternoon at Rochester. AMAZING NEW ACHIEVEMENT INSILVERPIATE Heretofore only fn "ipe* rial-order" pUtc or in • terlinjf could you get •uch fine detail, vuch • high-railed motif ' Truly. Ih* pattern of the year* SPECIAL JUBILEE PRICE on SO-Plm Servfct lor I O»M Stock Prk* . 171.00) Jubilct Price $59.50 VmSro tllJfl) Other flel* •• low •• $32.50 • I.JO Scrtlng Fork (IW relUheo) in "Flrct Love'* pattern ml >|>«cUI In. IroJuctor? pric* 45' It will pay you to see "The Bride Wakes Up" at the Call next week free cooking and homemakers' picture. A. H. Borchardt IJIll OS-^IKWKLrtV HURRY -- I'm going down to the ANNEX (Chrischilles) "I can hardly wail to get down to the ChrischilU-s ANNEX and select one of those new cotton dresses they are showing for only yi.lft. Mrs. Jones bought one the other day and it's the cutest thing you ever saw." Heal pretty print, highly styled and perfect lilting—what else could you want for only $1-19. Let's hurry down before they are all picked over. Dozens of dozens of dresses when Mrs. Jones bought her'* but they go fast down at the ANNEX. You know that's a busy little place. Finds Peaches From Ex*Aigoiian's Ranch A. L.. Long, local grocer, looked at a box of peaches he had just received, and discovered that the label on the box indicated they had been raised, packed and shipped by the Arthur P. Starr organization, of Austin, Colo. The Starr family were among the first pioneers of Algona, and Milton Starr was one of the earlier editors of this newspaper and a partner of J. W. Haggard at one time. IRVINGTON NEWS Many Sunday Visitors Many people took advantage of the fine weather Sunday and went trekking around for family visits. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips and family of Spencer were guests at the parental Perry Phillips home, Mrs. Rome Robison and son, Donald motored to Swea City to visit the August Robisons. The Hugh Raneys of Rich Point and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley and son, Bert, of Whittemore enjoyed a picnic dinner at the grotto in West Bend. Oliver Elmore of Winnebago, Minn., was a guest at the Carl Seip home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Henning and Mrs. Francis Nlles attended the Clay County fair last Saturday. Mrs. Carl Seip's Larkin club met Tuesday with Mrs. Nick Reding. There are 13 members in the club. Mrs. Ray Fitch has been ill the past week and confined to her bed. Doris Colwell Is assisting with the house work. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson left this week for Plum Creek township where they have employment at the Ray McWnorter farm. Little "Sonny" Long, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long, is slowly recovering from a critical illness. He Is still at an Algona hospital. Paul Watson, Henry Lofing and Kenneth Roney spent last Tuesday at Spirit Lake fishing. Very little was said, however, regarding the results. Steve Loss and son have purchased a new corn sheller. On Tuesday they were busily engaged in shelling corn for Harry Sabln and John Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins are the proud parents of an 8 pound bnby daughter born last Sunday afternoon. Mother and baby are reported as doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson and four children of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crammond of Sioux Falls, S. D. were all week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage. Paul Dremmel has been having serious trouble with an infection in his foot which started with a small crack coming between his toes. He has been unable to work for several days. The regular meeting of the Cresco Embroidery club has been postponed from last Wednesday until it later date. However, Mrs. Ter- liune will be the hostess on the new date of the meeting. An afternoon tea wan given at the Alvln Webof home last Wednesday afternoon Witt Mra. Weber as hostess for the ladles interested in the Woman's Farm Bureau work for the coming year. Many hunters Are taking advantage of the squirrel season which opened Sept. 15, and will continue aa an open season until Oct 10. However, the squirrels do not appear to be as plentiful as in former years. Telephone lineman, Hugh Raney of rural line No. 15, was busy last Friday doing repair work in the vicinity of school district No. 8. A large truck passing under the wires had pulled them down in some places. The many friends of Mrs. Arthur Rlley, former Irvingtonlon residing at LuVerne are pleased to hear she has so fully recovered from her recent operation as to be removed from the hospital to her home. May her recuperation be most speedy. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Antrin of Greymont, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eymes of Pontiac, 111., were guests at the John Weber home this week. Mrs. Antrin and Mrs. Eymes are sisters of Mrs. Weber and they came to attend the funeral of their father, Frank Weber, who was burled last Monday. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—McCormick-Deer- ng used two row mounted Farm- all corn picker to fit F-30 tractor. —McCormick-Deering stove, Algona. 38 FOR SALE—Top quality potatoes at rock bottom price.—Algona Produce, Phone 9. 38 FOR SALE:—Guernsey cows.— W. J. Barr, Algona. 38* FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering I 1 * h. p. gas engine. Bargain. Like new. — McCormick-Deering store. Algona. 38 FOR SALE—Oil burner circulat- ng heater, good as new, cheap. Also 48 feet of shelving.—C. L. Bliley. 38 FOR SALE—1933 Model B-3 In- ernntionnl motor truck. Reconditioned. Must move.—McCormick- 3ecring store, Algona. 38 WANTED—Ambitious man permanent position with large company established 80 years. Demon- trating work among farmers. Experience not necessary. Liberal Inome. No lay-offs.—Ward's Com>any, Wlnona, Minn. 38* FOR SALE—1934 Dodge truck with grain box. Must be moved by October 1. — McCormick-Decring store, Algonn. 38 WANTED—Radio repairing, all makes, work guaranteed. Latest quipment. reasonable.—Thomas *adio Service. Irvington (Zenith " eadquarters). 38-tf FOR SALE—Cheap used Mc- 'ormick-Deertng 15-30 tractor.— VIcCormick-Dcering store. Algona. 38 FOR SALE—A few young cows just fresh.—Jake Smith, 4tt miles south of Hurt. 38* WANTED—Have attractive prop- sition for reliable man with car. Jood pronts for hustler. Ask S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 37-40* FOR SALE—Good 80 acre farm >0 acres in cultivation, balance tim- aer and pasture, fair buildings.— Carl Lund, Stanchfleld, Minn., Rt. 2. 38* FARMERS—The local McCorm- Ick-Deering annual clean up sale is going on. See them for used machines und motor trucks. Everything must go by October 10. 38 FOR SALE—two good used circulating heaters.—Joe Bloom, Algona. 38 FOR SALE—Team of horses suitable for all kinds of fall work.— Wm. Durant. 38 FOR SALE—McCormlck-Deeiv ins used two row mounted Farnutll corn picker to fit regular Farmall tractor. — McCormick-Deering store, AlKonn. 38 FOR SALE—1935 Kord V-8 touring: sedan with radio.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 38 FOR SALE—1S35 Plymouth tudor touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 38 FOR SALE—One Underwood, .standard size, rebuilt machine, J37.- 50. One Underwood portable, 1936 model, $37.50, almost like new. Remington standard, J25. For new or used typewriters, see Algona Upper Des Moines. 38* FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth 4 door touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 38 FOR SALE---l!t37 Used Plymouth 4-dr. touring si clan. -Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 38 FOR SALE-1935 Oldsmobile 6 sedan. 4-door.—Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 38 Miscellaneous BUY A FARM while prices are down. List your property with me —Edward Capes! us. Heise building Algona. 37-tf FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any itize, SOc per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Lunby'n drug 15-t LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no c.ommiBsion—no red tape— low interest.—Edw. Capesiu* Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-t FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes prices, locations Terms to sui you. List your farm with ua.—Me Donald & Co. 10-tf WINDOW GLASS—Many sizes good quality. Glass put in if you wish. A reasonable price charge< for the service. Bring in you framej.—Lusby's. 37-43 WE OFFER you thorough, pract icul, intensive courses at low tui tion rates. If interested send fo our free catalogues.—Mankato Com mercial College. Mankato, Minn. 37 REAL BARGAINS oo good lin proved farm*, s.!»o real buy* on Al goiia lota and homes—KohJhaa* Bros., phone 22. 20-1 For Bent FOR RENT—Our furnished house 'or winter months only. Priced reasonable.—O. S. Lindsay, South iolby St 38* WANTED—To rent a girls' bi- ccyle. Call 303 between 6 and 7 p. m. 38* WANT Service Station man. Vrlte letter to Algona Upper Des tfoines giving references and qual- fications. 38* Wanted WANTED TO RENT—2-3-4 room partment. Furnished or unfur- ished. Call E. V. Worley, 110. 38" Michaels-Stern Value First Clothes DO YOU WANT a good Job? The way to get ready for It Is by attend- ng Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Our catalogue will be sent to you free upon request 25 & 39* MEN'S CLOTHES ABE OUR STUDY You can't judge a book by the cover. Nor should you judge a man by his clothes. But you do! But that isn't so bad as the fact that you are yourself being judged by your clothes. You know that—don't you? What are you doing about it? Put yourself in our hands. We know men and we know clothes. Chances arc we'll recommend a new Michaels-Stern suit and you'll get a higher rating in the minds of your friends and associates. Madson & Hanson The home of better clothes THE BEAUTIFUL NEW Super-Duty FRIGIDAIRE WITH THE METER-MISER ! See Proof of At Lew A* No Money Down t. buy Tormt ALL 5 BASIC SERVICES for Home Refrigeration ! L GREATER ICE-ABILITY Ends "Cube-Struggle" ami "Ice- Famine"! 2. CHEATER STORAGE-ABILITY New 9-wat Adjustable Interior I 3. GREATER PROJECT-ABILITY Keeps food safer, fresher, longert 4. GREATER PEPEND-ABIUTY 5- Year Protection flan, backed fry General Motors. 5. GREATER SAVE-ABIUTY Only FRIQtDAIRE has th« V8BH5 Cut* Current Co»l M tfccloMl Simpleft refrigerating mechanism ever build Give* Super- Duly »t •mating laving. '«*•» t!! • Fur full value you mutt have complete ability in All 5 Buic Refrigeration Services... and proof of Ml 5 ! That's just what the new "Super-Duty" Frigidaiie with the Meter-Miser gives you. If you want to save money and avoid regret... want permanent satisfaction, see our Frig idaire Proof-Demonstration before you bu>J BJUSTROM'S Home Appliance* Algona, Iowa Jack Spr»l Food Stor Jack Sprat Quick CooMnf TAPIOCA ....... Soz.pkg.10e Mayflower fttedk, CHsp ' ' : V SODA CRACKERS . .>19c Cahmwt Positive Baking BAKING POWDER . . . Ilb.canl9c Jack Sprat Peanut A N«vr Spread BUTTER KRUSH . . . 16 oz jar 23e Husky Dogs Like It DOG FOOD . . . . four 16 oz cans 25c Jack Sprat OATS, Quick or regular . Ig. pkg. 19c Jack Sprat Whole Kernel Golden Bantam CORN ......... No.2catil5c Jack Sprat For Breakfast PINEAPPLE JUICE . 12oz.can»23c Redeem Your Soap Coupons Here Buy one bar of Life- buoy and get one Flour Jack Sprat every bag guaranteed 49 Ibn. $1.89 Anderson's Jack Sprat Store Phone 346 Top Prices for Eggs We Deliver MATCHED TINWARE For A Beautiful Kitchen Colorful red squares with light gray bands on a pure white background. A new, popular design that's going over big. Cake Cover 69c Range Set 25c Serving Tray 29c Dust Pan 15c Bread Box 69c Step-on Can 69c Wastobasket ._, 39c Canister Set 69c WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS BEN FRANKLIN Butler, Owner Circulator Hot in one corner—cold in another; this is the state of affairs with many home owners' present heating systems. What a treat they have coming in the Sanicola, the circulating heater which will cast steady warmth in every corner of their homes. Healthful heat, because it it) properly moist; economical heat, because the Stuilcola utilizes every heat unit in the fuel. The feed door is extra large, measuring H"xl7',i" and will permit firing practically any size chunks of wood or coal that you may want to burn. The Sanicola has 'four side circulation." This means that heated air may circulate freely at the front as well aa at the sides and back. Free circulation means maximum efficiency and greatest heating capacity. The exterior caning is finished in procelain enamel as illustrated, all steel part* being enameled on both sides to prevent rusting. A water pan finished in porcelain enamel is placed at the most convenient and efficient point at the rear of the heater. It is easily filled and provides the necessary humidity for utmost comfort and efficiency. For real honest to goodness conscientious service and long life, you cannot beat the Sanicola. ~~ Come in—and examine this stove. Let us show you bow well this beater is built We have never had a cracked fire pot in one of these heaters. TERMS Kohlhaas & Spilles ALGONA, IOWA *|£so:aac*aaftce^^ FOB QUICK BESULTO—USE THE WANT ADS

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