The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 21,1938 Godfredson itinel Over Own tfandchild Monday time, Andrew Godfredson now his own frrandcTiTld. last Monday Andy put in i 6cme time trying to figure cut |, who and what it WAS all about, seems that Andrew found a 111 baby- in the back seat of his parked on the street Monday noon. Re called in city and tity officers, and everyone had I of an abandoned waif, a kid- baby, and other things, st Andrew to watching the , anyway. ler several hours. Mrs. God- and the Godfredsons' liter. Mrs. Lundstrom of Britt, The baby was Mrs. om's and was Andrew's hild. lid not know his daughter ' In town, and that he had bpen arding his own kin. Bead The Want Ads—it Pays * 3 Hs i «^ A 19 **l9k^ ! til I I I |J ll The Upper Des Moines Dear Sirs: Enclosed you will find five dollars for your paper. I think this pays up until Jan. 1, 1939. We are all well and still like California as much ns ever. Yours truly, Fred Behnke. 4119 E. 52nd. St, Maywood, Calif. Ex-Seneca Pastor's Wife Ends a Visit Fenton: Mrs. Upsnhl of Decorah. a past minister's wife of the Seneca Lutheran church, concluded a 10- days' visit here Monday morning. She visited several Seneca homes, including Jennie Jensen. Rev. Dandes. J. H. Jensen. Ole Johannsen and Peter Thorscms. She was honored at n pnrty in the church basement Inst Friday evening. Sorensen's! and Saturday I JT i, Clean Quick Soap Chips, 2% Ib. box, 2 for 35c Perfume, Ic with purchase of 3 bars Camay 20c AU4for21c Peanut Butter, Opal Brand r _pints 17c Honey 2 cakes for 25c feice 4 pounds for 23c Pancake Flour, Opal Brand 21c Assortment of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables fcoung Beef Boil 2 Ibs. 25c Bacon Square per Ib. 24c Fancy Young Beef Boasts 18-20c Ham Loaf perlb. 23c Fancy T-Bone and Short Cut Steaks 27c Fancy Fresh Dressed Chickens Fresh Fish and Oysters SORENSEN GROCERY CO. We Deliver Plumes 138-139 ALGONA COUNCIL 0. K/S PLAN TO RENAME STREETS North-South Streets to Go By Numbers; New Markers Also A nexv arrangement of naming Algona streets, and new system of numbering them, has been approved by the Algona city council. Discussed for some time, the decision hfls been hailed with a mighty burst of applause and enthusiasm. Under the plan, streets running north and south would be called by number, starting at the west eJge of the city and coming east, running consecutively from First Street. Second Street, etc. Little change will be made in the street running from east to west. Two markers will be placed on each corners. The markers will be made of steel. At the present time there are very few markers left on any of the corners, and so far as remembering what streets are where—it's a matter of guesswork. Jim Ackermans Honored on 15th Date of Wedding Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman were surprised last Sunday evening when friends and relatives came in to help them celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played, John Sprank winning high and Earl Ackerman low. The Ackermans were presented with cut glass sherbets and tumblers. Attending were: the Frank Flaigs, Mrs. Hattie and family, Anna Flaig, the Fred Flaigs, the Earl Ackermans, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt. Algona, the Ralph Priebes, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burl, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett, Fenton. First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor Next Sunday: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Confirmation class on Saturday at 9 n. m. FOR SALE—240 acre well improved farm 7'-j miles due north of Swea City. Gust IsenberR, tenant—A. J. Biewer, JOll-Hth St. So.. Fargo, N. D. 42-45* HOW TO GET USED GAR BARGAIN YOULL BE PROUD OF! Go see your Ford Dealer right awayj Choose just the kind of car you want. Buy it at a price that means BARGAIN. Get a generous allowance for your present car; Arrange terms to suit your purse.—It's at Ford Dealers' year in used car values— '. and your Ford Dealer will show you why! SEE OCTOBER SPECIALS BE LOW I Many el Ih* b*it a**d cat Tola** at , Ford D*aten carry th* R&G emblem. :Th*»* o» r«o»w«d In a special 30- polni check-up, and yuaranleed to tSftiocfloo ov your BMKRAT Across from 112b N. Roan St—Mrs. John Clark, Algona. «• Wanted WANTED— General housework in town or restaurant work. Inquire thte office. *2* WANTED —Housekeeper, one who can assist in care of Invalid.— H. W. Hollandworth. 42* FOR RENT—2-room furnished aartment and sleeping rooms, close In. Phone 659. « I — :— Miscellaneous STRAYED—Hog strayed to my farm. Owner can have same by iflentifyintr and paying costs.—Nick Eischen, Phone 25F4, Algona. 42* WANT TO BIT?—Falrtremks- M6rte 10-ton scale. MUB'. be In good condition.—A, 3. Berens, Bancroft. 42 SALESMEN—Establish Monument Agency. Sell direct from factory; low prices; liberal commission contract; no Investment; experience not essential; references required.—Wlnona Monument Co., Winona, Minn. «* NOTICE—Every want ad In The Upper Des Moines with 3400 circulation, is picked up and carried without extra charge In The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of Algona and Algona routes. Why be satisfied with less? BUY A FARM while prices are down. List your property with me. —Edward Capeshis, Helse building, Algona. LOANS—Prompt appraisal on » year Mrm loans. No aplvraisal fee —fto commission—no red tafte— Io* interest—8dw. CajMrtaij tfelse Bldg., Algona, lowfc M-tf FARMS-FOR SAL&-AH stees, prices, location*. Term* to stilt ytni. List your farm with uk—Mc- Donald *' Co. , 10-" WINDOW GLASS-4lany sizes good quality. Glass put In If you wish. A reasonable price charged 1 for the service. Bring In your frames.—Lnsby*s. 87-45 REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also r*al buys on Algona lots and' Bros., phone 22. NEW NATIONAL COMMANDER FACES A BEPOBT- ORIAL BARRAGE—New York City—Ah, Commander Doherty, who is a capable Boston lawyer as well as a loyal American Legion member, appears to be stymied . . . but no, in the very next picture, upper right, he apparently has the answer and he grins pleasantly. In the lower left, he faces his questioner at the right again and, in the lower right he comes through the questioning okay, with a straight look at the inquisitive camera and perhaps a query of his own formulating. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Ever-Ready used electric radio. A good buy. Call at 712 E. McGregor St. 42* FOR SALE—1934 Plymouth sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 42* FOR SALE—Hnmpshire boors, spring and fall. Cholera immuned. —Alphonse Btrtr. Bode. 42-44* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China male hogs. Eligible for registry, cholera immune.—M. L. Barton, 1' 4 miles southeast of LuVerne. 42 |llllllll!llllllll^ I SPECIAL BLANKET ~ | PROMOTION | BLANKET NIGHTS . 1 are here at ."^" ":•':',. | The Chrischitles Store g Blanket time is here—the first cold nights bring the urgent S need lor warm bed coverings. In the face of scarcity and ris- 3 ing costs, this store has the largest stock of high grade, large 1 size blankets in its history at LAST YEAR'S PRICES. I You will buy your blankets here at savings of from 10 per cent = to 25 per cent, besides getting a selection of qualities and siz> __ 1 es which makes this SPECIAL PROMOTION of paramount 5 | importance to every family in this county. Buy now—buy at || S these unusual savings. I BIGGEST VALUE IN YEARS FOR boars. SALE— Chester White Priced reasonable. One HOCSE8 AND LAND FOR SALE I have been appointed by the Court to sell the following described real estate at private sale for the highest price offered: W'/i SE 20-94-27. All in cultivation but no buildings and laying 2 miles from LuVerne. WH- SW 19-94-27. Mostly In cultivation with some in blue grass and laying 2 miles from LuVeme. Lots 4 ant 5 Block 1 Zoell's 2nd Add to LuVerne. being a small house and two lots occupied by Wm. Hedrick as renter. Lot 7. Block 7. McCauley's 2nd Add to Livermore. Also the house and 3 acres at Lu- 1 Verne joining the M. & St. L. depot on the west occupied by Mr. Meyers as renter. FOR SALE—Circulating heater, like new.—Carlyle Becker, 307 So. Hall St., Algona. 42* FOR SALE—Used electric washing machine. Motor in good condition. Very reasonable. Phorie 514-W or call at 712 East McGregor St. 42* FOR SALE—Aberdeen Angus bull. Thoroughbred, 1 yr. old.— John Gerber, Algona. 42* FOR SALE—4 yr. old horse, good one. Cheap.—James Brophy, Sexton. 42* CASH PAID for old gold such as dental gold, broken jewelry, watch cases, etc.—Borchardts drug and jewelry. il-42 FOR SALE—Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated. Located 3 miles northwest of Whlt- temore on pavement.—Mike Miggins. IV* 2 * IF YOU WANT—Black dirt.ft* filling, see me at new location just west of Milwaukee depot. Send your truck or see Jess Hill if you don't contact me.—Mel B. Griffin, Algona. 42* Final Clean-Up Used Cars We'll Sacrifice '1000 To Move The 29 Used Cars Left ALL MAKES AND MODELS The New liWH Fnnl.s will be on th.; market soon . We will not carry mir Used Cars over until then. Kvery l r .-eil ('ar inu.-t be sold, no matter wliat the slash in price, (iood cao. ( heap < 'ars, ('lean (.'ars. Most of them reconditioned, all ready to go. Make Us An Off er - --NOW! These Cars Must Go Before Nov. 1 KENT MOTOR CO. I pen Evenings and Sunday Mornings Algona, iuwa I FOR .SALE—SO head fall and >|irittg Hampshire boars—Joseph Skow, Wesley. *1 und43* .-. eryof th<!e«d for the towa property and March let next on the lands. ' These properties are going to be sold to the party making the best offer and anyone interested should jet in touch with me immediately. M. P. HAGGARD. Referee, 42-43-44 Algona, Iowa. FOR SALE—40 Spotted Poland China bears. Good ones. —Anton Vamen, Rlngsted, Iowa. 39-44 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth 4 door touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 42 FOR SALE—Ford V-8 Touring sedan with radio.—Hoenk Motor of Court House. 42 FOR SALE—1936 Ford V-8 pickup.— Hoenk Motor of Court House. Service. West FOR SALE—1035 Chevrolet 4- door standard gedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 42 WILL SELL OR TRADE—Hampshire boar.—Wm. H. Decker. Whittemore. *2* FOR SALE—Two single row Mc- ,'ormtck-Deering corn pickers, one with tractor hitch and power drive. —Henry Gerries, Lakota. 42* STOCK ERS ANIi FEEDERS— Before you buy see the large assortment of white face and Angus steers, heifers and choice calves at the Central Cooperative Feeder Yardn. St. James. Minn. For further information, write or phone 432. —It. M. Miller, N. H. Otsea. in charge. 41-43* ij Reposa: A 5 per cent wool | Blanket with 4-in. sateen § binding. Approxi- ^ mate wt. 41 Ibs. S Block plaids in all colors Nashua Blankets ac» Snowdon: Our finest quality g «|) cotton blanket. Soft fleecy j= nap, size 72-in. by ^ 4 ^ _ =* 84-in. Plaids in all VI Uh colors.-.- «PI.UU —Based on Last Years Prices— FOR SALE—Red Persian kitten. Market Trip News 50 Brand New Fur Trimmed COATS The CHRISCHILLES Store \W have returned from Ohi<-ago, where we inspected (and purchased) some wonderful fur trimmed sport coats. These garments come in the popular shades of red, rust, green and oxford, are beautifully made and represent new developments and style features. If you are looking for a LOT OF COAT FOR THE MONEY, see these exceptional garments. Now in stock, hot <jff the griddle for only $18.50 to $35.00 ( hutii swaggers and belted models) Extra Special A Faribo blanket of all wool measures 72 by 84 inches, 3 Ib. weight, 4- in. taffeta binding. Choice of all good colors. $7.95 Homerest: Another good quality 5 per cent wool blanket, 3-inch sateen binding, size 72 8*4 inches Admiral: 25 per cent wool. A fin« blanket with the luxury of all wool. 4- inch sateen binding. Plaids in a complete color range Sheet Blankets: In plain white. Sixes 70 by 99 inches $1.29 Thi» I« the Right to Buy Blanket* Extra Special Barton: A 5 per cent wool plaid, bound with 3-in-ch mi teen binding, colors blue, rote, green, and orchid. Size 70-in. by 80 in., 3 Ib. Special price

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