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

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 (TITOSEN MOTHER DIES OF CANCER Mrs. T. Underberg Leaves Husband, Two Small Children Ottosen: Mrs. Ted Underberg passed away at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge Sunday morn- Irig. She underwent an appendix operation Wednesday and It was found that she had cancer of the stomach. She leaves to mourn her death her husband and three small children. Two BablM Arrive An eight pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mfs. Oliver Kin- Brth at the General hospital In AI- goha, Saturday. A six pound baby boy wa» born to Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Bruellman •t the General hospital, Thursday. April P. T. A. Held The April meeting of the Parent Teachers Association wa« held Tuesday evening in th* high school auditorium. The following program was given by the t^flies' Auxiliary: group singing. 8<$y Scout performance, selections by boys' quartet, composed of Leo Wehrspann, John Hansen. Harold Henrickson and Elliott Kinsetb. slides on Night Driving and Stop. Look and Live by Patrolmen Hutchinson of Fort Dodge. Miss Eileen Schneider visited relatives at Mason City this past week. Mr and Mrs. Ole Olson and Burt Man May Join Air Corp* Burt: Luther Fairbanks returned Tuesday from Richards Field, near Kama* City, where he had spent « week In air training. A plane was wnt to Fort Dodge a*t*r mm ««« also brought him that far on his way home. Lather Is » second lieutenant and has applied for a regular position In the air force* and will probably be located in one of the southern camps. children of Clarion visited at th Erlck Dahl home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buskirh of West Bend visited at the Jesse Van Buskirk home Sunday. Oliver Kinseth and children visited Mrs. Kinseth and baby at the General Hospital in Algona Sunday The Lutheran Ladles' Aid wil! meet in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon, April 20. with Mrs. L. J. Bremsen and Mrs. Henry Kmiteson. Sunday guests at the Peter Holt home were: Mr. and Mrs. S. G Holt of Clear Lake. S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holt and daughter. Mary Katherine of DCS Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Arnolds Park, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter, Patty Ann and Frances Chambers of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniels and sons. Lenten Services English Lenten services with the celebration of the Lord's Supper will be held Thursday evening at eight o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church. For Easter! Country Eggs 2 doz. 31c White Hoiue Evap. Milk 4 tall ens 25c Sunn> field Flour 49 Ib bag 1.25 Inna Brand Flour 49 Ib. bag 1.09 Del Maiz Cream Style IT ox. can* Corn 2 for 19c «rren (jiunt 17 or. cons Peas 2for29c Ansolus Cello Pack 1 Ib. ban* Marshmallows _25c Cold Stream 1 Ib. cans Salmon —.2 for 25c Red Cross Paper Towels 3 rolls 25c Palmollvp Toilet Soap __4 cakes 25c Eat .More Delicious Apples —4 Ibs. 23c BREAD BAUD IT A»f IAXC1S 3 20 oz. Loavci 25c AR MOCK'S STAR CANNED MEATS Iloaat Beef 2-12 oz cans Site Corned Beef 2-12 oz cn» S9c Corned Beef Hash two 16 oz. cans 29c Beef tuid Noodle* two 16 oz. conn 29c SNOW-WHITE—COTTON SOFT SEMINOLE TISSUE 4 Sheet Rollo Owned und operated by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Upper Des Moines Want- Upper Des Moines want ads have been getting results for hundreds of people weekly. Here is a quick, easy method of advertising. Fill in the coupon. Name Address Telephone Xu. nf Jn.sert•>--- Ad •iv a word, c-u»h in advance, Minimum cunt per ad, '45< In The WEEK'S NEWS Citrfent Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines NEW SPECIES—We have our Mexican hairless ups but now we also have a hairless calf. This Jersey born on the farm of C. W. Gunter, Benton, Illinois, has a few strands of hair on its ears and a thin strip under its stomach, otherwise it is completely hairlass. In other respects the calf is normal. POUTTICAt, . ,__ 1 will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, In the forthcoming primary election. Your support and help will be appreelated.-^John 'Fraser. TVA'S CIIICKAMAt GA DAM—With Washington wrangling over TVA investigation, work still continues on the highe project. Chickamauga Dam and reservoir, one of the units, will cost approximately J32.000.000. The reservoir created by the dam will cover an area of 65 square miles impounding 639.000 acre-feet of water for flood control. Classified Ads VtJM YUM: Pretty Jean Kobey, Orlando, Florida, helps harvest a part of this year's record Florida orange crop. Jean won the title of Champion Florida Orange Picker. ' For Sale FOR SALE—Claps envelopes, shipping tags, second sheets, typewriting paper, typewriter ribbons, ut the Algona Upper Des Moines ofTicc. in» POOL CARLOAD FERTILIZER —Place your order now and save. Swifts Red Steer fertilizer form ulas are thoroughly tried and test ed. Give you added results at no extra cost. Place order at once tr get in on this pooled car.--Swift & Company, Algona, Iowa. 15 FOR SALE -Registered Mere- fonl bulls. Yearlings und 2 yr olds.. Real herd bulls.. Also a pair of young Sorrel Belgian mure*, 4 and 5 yr. olds.- P. W. Reec e Elmore, Minn. 10-16 FOR SALE- Black Cumberlam raspberry plant. 25 for 50c. -Bei Dorr, St. Benedict, Iowa. 15 For Rent STILL HAVE my sorrel roan 5 yr. old registered Belgian stallion. A telephone call bring him to your barn.-H. M. Colwell. Wanted F. H. A. LOANS ON RESIDENCES. ALSO OTHER LOANS.— Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association, Algona, Iowa. 15 WANTED—Hampshire boar.— George Bruellman, phone 51-15, West Bend 15' 35 KILLED IN NATION WIDE STORMS: The freak April blizzard which struck the latter part of last week left a trail of death and destruction throughout the United States. The above photo shows ice covered wires down in central Indiana—other sections of the country were affected by snow, floods and tornadoes. maries. Your support will be appreciated.—Fred S. Gcigel, Irvington, Iowa. 14-15* AN NOL'NCEMENT I will be a candidate for the republican nomination for Clerk of Court of Kossuth county, in the forthcoming primary. Your support will be appreciated.—F. L, Thorpe. 14-15 on the Democratic ticket at the June primaries, tour support and vote wilt be appreciated.—Wm. grove.- .,, .' ..,-''• I wllf be a candidate for reelec- tion'as county supervisor from the second district. Tout support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. 8-tf W. F. M. 8. Meeting The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at the church Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Minnie Long and Mesdames A. R. Cruikshank, V. Spongberg, Lloyd Muckey. and E. H. Hutchlns will be hostesses. Devotions will be led by Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank and the lesson will be given by Mrs. W. G. McCullough. BANQUET DRESSES ChrischHles Store REPAIR SPOUTING NOW Have it done before the spring rusn begins. We can give you prompt I service now. Phone 83. George Hnltzbauer. 15 WANTED-Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. 15-tf FOR SALE -Toy bull pups. 442 No. Dodge, Algona. 15* FOR SALE 1936 Chevrolet coach with large trunk.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 15 FOR SALE Three brood sows. Mrs. E. I. Harr, Irvington. 15< CLEARANCE SALE OF SAMPLE PIANOS $50 to $100 off on tiny uprights. Spinets. Baby Grands. Some of these are floor samples to he sold out regardless of cost. Bargains in usetl pinnus "••> low HS ?1,Y Easy Terms. KXTKA: CASH IM KI.Nti! \\Y have thousands of dollars in lii.ino.s but need the- cash. You save \(>'< additional discount on every >1 |mid down. JONKS 1'IASO HO18E (122 Central Ave. Fort Dodge, I;i 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 MAN WANTED for nearly 800 family Rawleigh route. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Raw- Ifrigh's, Dept. IAD-11-123, Freeport 111. 15' AN NOUNCEMENT 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-lft- ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for reelection as supervisor of the third district The Banquet dresses this Spring are so different that you'll have no trouble in selecting one. Mado of lace, chiffon, and taffeta—in all the ilelirate, dainty pastel shades, you'll be delighted with their youthful simplicity. lust the type for the younger miss to wear—built-up shoulders and charming puff sleeves—and shown in sizes from 12 to 20. Priced at $7.93 A separate showing at the ANNEX for only S5MI. The ChHschillett Store Edition of An Old Favorite . . * The Seamless 2-tuay knit Elastic Foundation So RIGHT for the slim *nd youthfully minded. Boneless and seamless, cf a-way knit elastic, with a low (slide. fastener) back and lace uplift. A tub- bable, lovable one-piece, price so low, you can easily afford a complete corset wardrobe! Model $150 That New Easter Bonnet WE HAVE IT! The Chrischilles Store Aren't these two hats the sweetest thing you've seen In millinery this whole Spring? These and dosens of others have Just arrived for the big Easter Parade that start* off this Sunday. \\ At least 100 new hats have arrived this week or are expected and we advise you to hurry right down and avail yourself, of this unusual opportunity. Straws -Felts—In every conceivable color ar)d style—all prices from $1.08 to S5.00. I AM a republican candidate for county treasurer at the. June pri- GK.N'UINE COBURN One-wire Electric fence. Safe, effective and economical. Battery and high line models. See me before you buy Clifford Hic-bholf. Sexton. 15-17- FOR SALE 1936 DeLuxe Plymouth coupe.--Hoenk Motor Service. Wes tof Court House. 15 FOR SALE Rebuilt Underwood .standard. $37.50; n-built Remington $27.r,(r. used Remington, $25; uUo new Underwood and Corona-Srnith portabU.'i. An ideal graduation present. At the Algona Upper DC Muint'S. K QUARTER SECTION Kossuth county. $100 per acre. $2.000 down puyniL-nt. 2'j years to pay. Rent came.-> farm. Address XY, care this paper. 15* ENLARGEMENT KREK- -Kniii!. developed and printed for 30c and one free enlargement. Nine picture:, fur 3(M!. i-u.sby's. 14-31 I I AM UEALING in Hudson and j TiTrupliiiie dbrs>. See the new Hudson 112. Lloyd Gross, Algona. 15* STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tube*. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car We have u poet tried and true. Who writes these little ditties, And often he bteps on the gas, To viMt distant cities. That's where we corne in Carrol Joiiii.-.oii's l>-.\ btittioii. 15 DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Ssr- vite when in need of a used Ure or tube. 6-tf HOOD'S L G. A. Store SPECIALS Tues., Wed., Thur*. P. & G. Soap, 00 lOhars JJC Crisco, '•'> Ib. can 49c Omar Flour, 4!) Ih. bag --. 1.79 Red Eiver Valley Ohio Seed Potatoes 1 OQ KXIlh. hag -___ Table or seed stock Minn. Cobblers 1 AQ IQUlh, bay A ' UJ Navel Oranges med OQf «!'/«• '? dcty.r-'ii **tJ\» Radishes, '2 hum-hess 5c Easter Ham, adi -------- c 3.50 Sausage, pure pork __ '2 Pure Lard, '2 Ihs. fur 19c New COATS Sizes for Misses Women Juniors! For Easter and After 11.75 -17-95 Other Coats up to $35.00 • Fitted and CollurleM • Straight and Boxy • Slim Casual Coat* • Furred and Cnfurred • Newest Color* , Coals that lead for Spring! Chic, young wearable coat* that turn every frock into an ensemble. Choose a fitted collarless cout, a reefer, a slim box coat . . . all are grand accessory coats. Tu::edo swaggers, furred casuals . . . your NF.W Spring coat is here for a tiny price. A GLORIOl'B SUIT SEASON—not for many year*, have suits enjoyed such an unprecedented vogue. We have the man tailored model* for SUM and «10.75 and the swagger type* for $15-00 to *W-BO. Many are three-piece-with separate coat. NfcW EASTfclt FROCKS—new mid-season bilk dre«««> are here in all price range* from VIM to $15.00. You'll And every type of drew shown—in dark as well a* lighter shades. FIRST SHIPMENTS OF BANQUET DREOtiBS ARE HERE. THAT EASTER BONNET uhouldn't cause you any worry when you see the dozen* of attractive hatu we ar* showing in every shape and color and fashioned from both felt and straws. Our children'* line b*» 'finally arrived -M* them—very distinctive for only fl.00. New dusty role and luggage silk bloiwe* ure here. MAJtC H1U STORE YOUR EASTER STUKB-* treuendoiM stock from which to make your *«l«ctlonj. • Spongy Woolen* ! • Tweed*! Shetland*! The Chrischilles store

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