The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1938 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 29, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa. Mafch 29,19&8 Swea Stores Open Wednesday Nights Swea City: At their meeting on Thursday night at the Legion hall business men and women voted to open thefr place of business Wednesday evenings beginning April 6. A good number were In attendance. Dinner was served at 6:80 by Mrs. Eva Alkerson. Bancroft Farm Fire Bancroft: The L. J. Mouse! farm home, six miles east of Bancrol was burned to the ground Monda morning, by fire of unknown orlgli Mr. Mousel was alone in the bar at the time. The home was a tot« loss. Although neighbors arrive to aid, the fire was beyond contro and contents of the home were a most a total loss. 2.95 to 3.95 ranees featured in the Columbia Production •'There'? Always a Woman" This is only ONE of the dozens of new Screen Vogue (Hollywood) creations that have just come into our stock in all the gorgeous Spring colors which will delight you. See these exclusive creations which are making such a big "hit." The CHRISCHILLES Store Mr. and Mrs. Silas Espe ant! this week end at the home of her daughter, Olive of Story City spent | sister, Mrs, S. Alne and family. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALR—Seed barley and SI. ver King seed corn.—P. S. Thomp son. Phone 26F12. 13 FOR SAT^B—Electric fence Guaranteed five years, reasonabl. priced.—Charles Scott, Burt. 13-14' FOR SALE—'34 Chevrolet Maste Coach.—Hoenk Motor Service, wes of Court House. FOR.SALE—'3t Plymouth Deluxe •oupe.—Hoenk Motor Service, wesl >f court house. j; FOR SALE—Brooder supplier leat moss. Hygeno Litter, Rising'? ''eed, and other supplies. Get our ombination offer on Broder Houses nd Stoves.—The Algona Hatchery, hone 551. , 13 FOR SALE—'35 Chevrolet coach. —Hoenk Motor Service, west of ~*otirt House. i 13 FOR SALE:—'32 Plymouth coupe. New tires.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 13 FOR SALE—1935 Chevrolet Master Coupe. Cheap. Inquire this office. 33* FOR SALE—Straw. See Victor The ANNEX is going to Town With a groat Spring line of Coata, Suits and fine SHk Dresses ANNEX (The Little Shop Bight Back of Steele'g) Where a dollar really does its duty —where you get the best for the least Fine, velour de laine Toppers in all the bright shades of this Spring season—shrimp, copen, green and navy—all sizes „ f] 2^ c * J °° l ' nel Bu|t » misses' Bices—a real tailored suit for a little price only &98 Swagger suits in navy—you can wear the jacket for a topper—real buys from $10.00 up. Also separate coats from the Main store—reduced here for quick ."ell- ing. Hundreds of new print cotton dresses—this is the most colorful and distinctive line of cotton dresses we have ever ihown—sizos 14 to 52 <)8c Any Silk Dress in the Annex Maternity and Formals exceptcd The Greatest Yaluen of the Season SILK DRESSES—in both prints and plain colors—dozens of cute, smart silk frocks which would do credit to a ten dollar bill- here at the ANNEX they sell for only $3.99 Try a pair of MKM silk hosiery —the most marvelous wearing, sheerest silk hose on the market we have sold them at the Annex for three years and are building up a great business on them— Otic HATS HATS HATS dozen.-, and dozens of them real classy rnil- linery- you'll pay $2.00 for hnts not as smart as these only SI.IS litre. SOFT-TWIST BREAD IS BETTER THAN EVER! Johnson, Algona. Phone 543-W. 13-14* FOR SALE—Used typewriter. Remington $27.50; rebuilt Underwood from factory, $37.50; standard size machines. See at Algona Upper Des Moines office. We carry Underwood, L. C. Smith and Corona typewriters, standard size and portable. Also regular repair calls made. Leave name here. Phone 230. 13. FOR SALE—931 Iowa Hy-Bred seed corn, state certified 98% germination, $5.90 per bushel.—M. A. Sorllen, Bode. 13* FOR SALE—Brown Swiss bull calf, 6 mos. old.—John F. Weber, Irvlngton, Algona phone. 13* FOR SALE—Horse, mare, three years old, weight about 1400 Ibs., fentle and broke,—Antone Guerdet, 3 miles east Armstrong, Iowa. 12-13* STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip I Ires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those brok- n tires and tubes. All work guar- nteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Serice when In need of a used tire or ube. 6-tf 235c 1AXCD §T A*r IAKIIS *•*>• BREAD Pillsbury's "Beat" Flour 24^ lb. bag 89c 49 lb. bag $1.69 Bisquick 40cz pkg 28c -Red. Orchv Mcfa & full bod»! Coffee 2 for 35c Post IS ox. pkg. Toasties 3 for 26c Sultana Peanut Butter __2 lb. jar 21c Ann Page Salad Dressing qt. jar 25c lonu Early June Peas 4 No. 2 cans 29c A. & I». Sliced Pineapple -_2 for 39c IVnick (ioltlen Syrup No. 10 can 49c American Cheese lb. 19c R. S. R. Cherries No 10 can 59c Clean Svterp Brooms each 26c Toilet Soap Camay cake 5c 4 in. pkgN. Dreft 2 for 25c Ohio Seed two 7 oz pkgn. 39o Potatoes 100 Ibs. 1.29 Ouncil and Operated hy the dr.-at Atlantic A Pacific Tea Co. Diamond D-X Gas and Oil, Motor Grief and trouble spoil; Carroll Johnson's Service Boys Hope to give new auto joys. 13 Wanted WANTED—Woman to help care for aged man and general housework.—A. J. Dittmer, Burt, phone 8 on 93. J3» WANTED—Well boring and pump work.—A. Hennings, 15 East Elm St., Algona. 13* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7. Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WANTED—We buy hides, see us first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also reai buys on Algona lots and homes,—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf Miscellaneous BABY CHICKS—We have some nice Baby Chicks on hand. Stop in and see them. Our customer are well satisfied. Chicks read every Tuesday and Friday. Place your order to avoid disappoint mcnt—The Algona Hatchery phone 551. I AM DEALING in Hudson an< Terraplane cars. See the new Hud son 112.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 13* SPOUTING ESTIMATES. We'l call, inspect, submit figures. Years of experience. All work guaranteed Phone 83, George Haltzbauer plumbing and heating. CUSTOM HATCHING-We .set our incubators twice a week. Brln eggs for Custom Hatching on Mon day or Thursday.-The Algona Hatchery, phone 551. 12 GARDEN SPOT in southeast Algona available for right party About 'i Jot. Good soil. Phone 514- W, Algona. 13-tf • MADAME KARLOTTA. noted i Crystal Gazer and palmist, now giving readings daily at the Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. Clear Lake Phone 36F22. 13' FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans. 4'i, no commission.—C. W Nicoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 43-14* GARDEN SEEDS—Most want ed vegetable varieties, both bulk and packet. Also see us for flelc seeds, all kinds.—Algona Flour & Feed Co. 12-13-14 Your Spring Clothes Tr Itofloct Your IVrsoiiailiiv? IIIV 'liuit nc\v coat or >uit or tiros >liould ".set you up"— d«.e> it > The CHRISCHILLES Store We are Mylc specialists. K,.r yiar.-- and yiars The Chrischiiles Store has been KIJIMV n a.- ;, leader in merchandising. Long before the days of ladies' "ready-to-wear' Thi-o. ChriM hille.-. Sr., oifered silks and calicos to hi* tncn, discriminating trade. Today, finds this blurt leading the ;.cM uf QUAUTY stores in northern Iowa. \Vc buy the outstanding lines of Coals, Suits and Dresses in the United Slate.',. Of course, wt ..annul feature PRICE ulone because these exclusive garments are not built DOWN to a j.iue but t'P to a standard. This spring, you will find those exclusive creations which delight the feminine heart, at The rhrisciiilles Store. They are nol .->cld for $3 'jj or $5.00 or W.JW but when you tind them at tin, store, you Had quality at the lowest possible Cuats up to $5!J.UU, Suits uu to J.-IM.UO and dn-sj-e.-, up to S33-00 but featuring also the moie moderate price ranges. Buy your new Eastei ou tit here and LEA1J THE FASHION PAKALiK *T EASTER. ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for Supervisee from the fourth district, Kosguth county. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.—Julius W. Bollig. 12-14 ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Supervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the Juna primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R. Cruikshank. 12-19* ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for reelection as supervisor of the third district on the Democratic ticket at the June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated.—Wm. Cosgrove. 7-tf ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. 8-tf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support and htlp will be appreciated.—John Frascr. 8-tf ANNOUNCEMENT J wish to announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the second district including Algona. Union and Plum Cree townships, subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries.- Claude A Sarnson. 11-12 To Whom It May Concern Bode. Iowa, March 18th, 1938-J have th^s day received from the United Counties Benevolent Association the sun; of $201.51* (Two Hundred and one dollars and fifty- nine cents i in contributions received by that organization from its members of children's unit in memory of my daughter. Marian Bor- rnan. aged 7 years. I have puid in SI.00 for Marian Borriuui becoming a member and 50c for annual maintenance since July 2, 1036, to this organization. 13 Signed, FRANK BORMAN. No Hurdles to Take in buying your SPRING CLOTHES if you Come to The HUB Our Stock is So Great— Your Selection so Big Every New Style. . . . . . . Every New Fabric Will be found in our store; Algona 's largest .selection of and Topcoats from. America's CJreatest Clothing Manufacturers. Our ( Jreat Cash Buying Power enables us to give you more for your money. 15 °° 24 50 29 50 22 35 50 50 OPEN HOUSE AT THE HUB THURSDAY NIGHT Algona Stores invite you to Open House and Achievement Night, Afan-li :!Ist. No merchandise to be sold, but our store open—Hands, Vaudeville, Fun and Frolic—FREE! Favors for each lady visiting the store from 7-9 p. m. Thursday Hats That "Have The Swing" of spring . . . hats that will top off your Easter outfit . . . made by Dobbs, Leu Clair and Lee All have helped make this hat showing th<^ most complete in North Iowa. 1.95 2.95 3.50 5.00 Boy* Hats 1.45 SHIRTS— Manhattan and Shirtcraft Shirts- the fabrics are better 1 CC 1 6C and style is better I.WI.W Shoes By Floraheim and Freeman Algona '.s greatest selection of men's and young men's shoes... fine,dress shoes . . . every new development in sport shoes... eome and see them'11 Hay, as we do, that The Hub 9 8 Shoes Have the Style NECKWEAR- Fashiouwl by "Superba," foremost, tor style and quality, gor- gi-ous new patterns and silks HUB CLOTHIERS LEITTHOUI-WIUJAMB-REYNOLDS

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