The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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TheAlgona TTppey pea Moitt^ AlgOtt% Iowa, April 26,1938 FREE! 39c cent can Johnson's Wax with purchase of one pound. Both cans for the price of one pound 69c. FREE! 39c can Johnson's Glo-Coat with purchase of one pint. Both cans for the price of one pint 59c. FREE! One Silver Dollar with each $6.00 order of wall paper. JAMES Drug Store WVVWWVY^^ Reseeding Fields At Irvington Due To Winter Killing Irvington: Many of the farmers In this vicinity are reseeding their fields of Bfalfa due to winter killing Fields that have produced bumper crops on previous years are now dead and show a very poor stanc generally. Rlverdalp Guild Date The Ladies' club of Riverdalc township will meet the second Wednesday in May instead of the first Wednesday as has been the usual custom. Mrs. {Catherine Metzen will be the club hostess with Mrs. Wm. Bold(idge assisting. Sunday guests at the Hugh Ran- eys were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Whittemore and Ed Keith and Mrs. Jessie Datziel of Algona. The local Ladles' Aid society will meet this Thursday at the church annex with Mrs. Luclle Blanchard and Mrs. J. F, Maasdam as co- hostesses. Little Duane Riley is very much improved and on nice days may now be found outdoors setting in a wheel chair. However, his limb is still In a cast. Mrs. O. L. Miller returned from the hospital in Algona to her home last Thursday. Although not entirely over her recent illness she is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butterfield of Pilot Grove. Minn., and Mrs. Mabel Lund and son, Malcolm, of Algona. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh south of Irvington. The many friends of Jewell Patterson are glad to learn of his Improvement from his recent critical Illness. Although somewhat weak, Jewell Is able to be up and around. Perry Phillips motored to Rochester, early Tuesday morning to gat Hugh Herman who has been at ft hospital there, receiving medical aid. M -- proved. Roy Clarke of Decorah and l,eo Clarke of Britt were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, the men being brothers of Mrs. Fitch. Other guests at the Fitch home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skllling and son, Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Riddle moved recently from Burt to the farm formerly owned by Nels Mitchell and last season occupied by the Hansens. Mr. Riddle operates a sales pavilion at Algona. The Riddle children will remain at Burt for the duration of the school year. Paul Hudson, former Irvington iarber, who has been traveling on the road for some time, has decided to quit his former occupation and will again open his barber shop here. He also contemplates making new Improvements in his combination pool hall and barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye and hildren of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and fam- ly of Seneca were all Sunday vis- tors at the Ralph Lages. Duane, Ider son of the Campbells, will remain at the Lages for an Indefinite period to assist with the farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, accompanied by Mrs. Fitch's sister, Mrs. Ben Potter of Algona, attended the wedding last Wednesday at Britt of the ladies' niece, Miss Ireta Ross, to Merle Dlebler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Diebler of Britt. The young couple were married Wednesday morning at the Catholic church. The local people all returned Wednesday evening. WANTED—Plowing with tractor* or farm work.—Arnold Schmidt Algona. CANTED—Marled man, no oMldf- ift preferred, none over 2 years. rate c-o Upper Pea Molnes. 17* WANTED—WOO r - Don't you See us. Bel W« deal direct . with woolen mills and can pay you mo>« money. Delivered or Picked Up. on Your Farm. Honest weight and square deal always.— North Iowa Produce Co., Britt, Iowa, phones 137 and 195. 17-13 ^WANTED—50 or more vaccinated pigs, 100 pounds or over. Phone 36 on 4, Cqrwith, Burt Meyers. 18-17* WANTED—Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. WANTED—Tour dead Stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WANTED—We buy bides, see us first—Joe Oreenberg, Algona. 8-tf A & P Has The Values Cold Stream Pink 16 oz. cans Salmon 2 for 23c Gorton'* 8 oz. cans Codfish 2 for 29c Peaches No. 10 can 41c Rap. Cherries No 10 can 55c Dollar Day Specials Armour's Corned Beef 5 cans $1 White House Milk 161gcans$l Navy Beans 24 Ibs. $1 Btae ROM 24 Ibs $1 Two 8 fb. cans CriscoorSpry $1 Del Mont* Peas 6 No. 2% cans $1 SPRING EGG SALE! Country 2 doz. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—1 am dealing in Hudson and Terrnplane cars. See the new Hudson 112. 1937 Terraplane sedan, with radio and heater, like new. 193G V-8 Ford sedan.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 17' EGGS 34c Whole Milk—Mild American CHEESE 17c Ib. Llpton'« TEA Green Black ureen n -. DIOCK ~ rt H ib. 27c 14 ib. 39c Gelatin or Pudding SPARKLE DESSERTS ,,kg». Household Needsl Pint Bottle Quart Bottle 4n JVC Climalene 2 P ug». 37c TWO u 01 Bowlenc 2 &£ 37 c Waldorf "Soft Weve" Two 10 oz. pkgs. 17c Tissue 6 rolu 25c Scot Paper Towels 2 pks " 19c Clean Sweep Broom ______________ each 27c Sunnyfleld Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.33 Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Potatoes, Cobblers for table or seed 100 Ib bag 1.25 ISiauly «'<•»• Apples 5 Ibs. 25c Potatoes 6 Ibs. 25c Carrots _2 bunches lie Radishes 5 bunches 15c Celery, 2 Ig stalks 19c Oranges ___ dozen 28c A&P Food Stores Ownril and U|H-rated by the Great Atlantic k I'acilic Tea Co FHEK!—ASK KOK COPY OK THE AJ'KIL A. A P. .MEM,' FOK SALE—New 4-room bungalow, ail modern, $2.500, good terms. —C. W. Nicoulin. real estate. 17 FOR SALE—Used radios, pressure gas stove, Maytag gas motor like new. Prices cut.—Gamble Store. n* FOR SALE—New 5-room house, two stories, stoker heat. $4,600, good terms.—C. \V. Nicoulin, real estate. 17 KEYS—I make all kinds of automobile keys, 35c each or 2 for 50c.- Wellendorf Auto Repair. 16-17-18-19* FOR SALE—Hampshire fall boars.—Joseph A. Skew, Wesley. 16-17» FIRST TIME te history jeJJIng- my ear to row seed corn bred for high yield stiff stalks and root system, at $1.75 per bu., graded and tested.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 17» FOR SALE—1937 Oldsmobile sedan. Nice and clean.—Hoenk Motor Co., west of Court House. 17 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth coupe.—Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 17 GENUINE COBURN One-wire Electric fence. Safe, effective and economical. Battery and high line models. See me before you buy.— Clifford Riebhoff, Sexton. 15-17' FOR SALE—1929 Ford A sedan. —Hoenk Motor Service, west of Court House. 17 ON SILVER DOLLAR DAY Jim- mie Neville will sell ladies' white lace gauntlet gloves at 5c a pair. FOR SALE—Piano, only $48 left to pay. Can be seen in Algona. Write P. O. box 250, Des Moines. 17* ENLARGEMENT FKEE—Films developed and printed for 30c and one free enlargement. Nine pictures for 30c.—Lusby's. 14-34 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 tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service, fl-ff For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. 6-tf THE gas you use and oil you buy Can make or break your motors, Use D-X gas and Diamond oil And join our group of voters. Carroll Johnson Service Station. 17 Wanted YOUR SPOUTING—Does it need attention? We use heavy 26-guage metal. Strong, durable, saves you money. Phone George Holtzbauer at 83. 17» MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route. Sales way up this year. Real opportunity for right man. We nelp you get started. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAD-11-0. Freeport. III. J7* CATTLE WANTED for pasture. Finest, cattle pasture in county. Running water, shade, and abundance of feed. This pasture has never over-stocked. See Fred Byson on farm or John P. Byson, Algona. 17 WANTED—Load dried cobs.—S. H. MeNutt, Phone 236-W. 17 To Make Your Dollar Go Farther Angel Food Special Regular 15c-30c-60c cakei for 12c-23c-45c COOKIES 2 dozen for 25c Wilson Bakery WSW,*AMArWWAV\ArWl« Coiwell Live Stock AUCTION Friday, April 22, 1938 Friday, April 29, 1938 SALE K\hIU KKIUAY Thii, side i, still drawing big . r.nuU O f ptopU- uud th- nuiulH-r of In,- stock is holding u|i good tor this s<-a»on of UK-. ii-ur. \\, |,:ul „ 1,1,1,-iulid salt- liiM wwk, KIMX! stuck to Mil, aiul Ou ync.s xu-re K ood. \\, had u iiiiiul,,-r of rattlr that luuJ utt-n on fi-«d loKi-tlu-r with ktot-ki-rh. tliiu and fal cows, call.-, :.l M UKI-S and a variety of bulk. You <uji «nd what jou want !i t -rr as you uKvuj* have a M-lt-clion to cho<mi- from iK in ajiy livettM* yuu | mvi . (o dispow of. and have the job done all the one day. You will bu Will lutve tunic brood M>W» and fi-i-ding pi*!.. Will ulbo bell 1 (til llurset. KriutinlH-r that we hair live stock, that >ou tail )U> prhaU-ly ajiy time. Leave your order for uhal you want At- will liiid it If >ou wish to si-ll i>nmu-ly, K'H- me a chance. Ural both wa)», buy ajid trll. TJt'KMs — ('a*h. ftk-Ulcim uli (jro/uptl). H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa state Bank, Clerk Cviivt-11 Bros, AucU. Used Machinery Two Good Used Gang Plows Used McCormick Deering 3 bottom 14-inch tractor plow. Several good used McCormick-Deering corn planters. Good used two-row John Deero cultivator. MoCormick-Deering two row cultivator. A very good McCormick-Deering 10 ft. disc harrow. Good used MoCormick-Deering No. 4 manure spreader. Used Easy Way Hay Loader. Used 5 ft. Minnesota mower. Very good used F 20 tractor with steel wheels. F 20 tractor. Rubber all around. 1934 Ford V 8 truck with grain box. LWB. 1932 International iy z ton track. LWB. McCormick Deering Store Pimm- ~>'2 E. State- Miscellaneous ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for republican nomination for county coroner on the republican ticket. In the June primary. Tour support will be appreciated.—Leon M. Merritt. 17-18 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the Second district In the June primaries.— Claude A. Samson. 18-22* ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Sup- ervlMr of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the June primary. Tour support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R. Crulkshank. 12-19* ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. g_ t f POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support and help will be appreciated.—John Fraser. Notice of Probate of Will STATE Of IOWA, KO88UTH ODtlNTY, Sa No. 4388 In District Court, March fetui, 1988. To AH Whom It May Cochern You Are Hereby Notified, That nn Instrument of writing pufportlni to be the last Will and Testamen 1 of Anna Helmers, Deceased, dated March 12, 1(38, hating been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 23rd day of May, 1638, Is fixed for hearing, proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or Clerk of said Court; and at ten oclock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and al- owed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 25, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E, C. McMahon, attorney. 17-18-19 ALGONA BAKERY Special* For DOLLAR DAY Flour Sacks, 10 for 1.00 Cookies 2 doz. 25c Filled Coffee Cakes lOc (regular price 15<0 Whole Wheat Doughnuts, doz. 20c COME TO ALGONA DOLLAR DAY THURSDAY ONLY, APRIL 28TH Sorensen's Grocery PEAS, "Our Favorite", regular price $1,44 ......W cam $1.00 PORK A BEANS* 254 «te% regular tt.26 10 Can§ SLOO PEACHES, Fresh Dried, * Ibg. PRUNES, targe «lws 8 Ibc. MACARONI, or SPAGHETTI, 2 Ibs, WHEAT CEREAL, 1 pltg. FRESH PRUNES, 2 cans 1.00 Reg* price $1.28 10 Ron* Toilet Tissue 4 small pfcgo. Gold Dont 5 can* LJghtiimue Cteanwr Broom, 4-aewed 1.00 Regular price $1.28 Cervalet Sornmer • .. Sansage, 2 Ibs. Pork Cotteto, 8 lb» Hamburg, pore, I Ib. 1.00 Regular prcle $1.17 PIOS FEET, quart Jar Dlnty Moore Corn Beef ft Cabbage, 1 can CORN BEEF HASH, 8 can* POTTED MEAT, 1 can } 1.00 I 91.17 ' Rev. nrlm FRESH HOT BOLOGNA, THURSDAY P. M. UAI Wont flda-lh* Quidwrt UJay to faAuit*! SEE WHAT YOU SAVE A SALE REAL VALUES MhrDdU ** Chrischilles Store One Day Only- Thurs. April Z8 Really Putting on the Heat SENSATIONAL SUIT OFFER Thin In one of the moat •riuatlonal offer* we have ever made at thU time of year. Our entire suit •lock, concUtlng of tailored, drem-maker and awmgKfr model*—all die* from 12 to 42—grey*, oxford, brown, navy, copen and tan—dimply tetort one kuit and ret another for an additional dollar. Com* with your friend* or neighbor* and come prepared to buy TWO SUITS because we rnu»t wll the two (armenta at one Umc. Original price* on every suit— from 912.83 to $3540. Costume Suit* ittAtfed.) Buy One Suit • Get Another For $1. (Nothing Reserved) LACE CURTAIN PANELS Here's a real special. 50 inch lace panels, 2% yards long, beau tiful patterns in natural color, don't confuse these with the cheap panels usually offered at this price. EXTRA QUALITY TURKISH TOWELS 22x45 extra heavy, double woven thread turkish towels—full , bleached, pure white with attrac- fc tive colored borders. This is a real bargain 3 for SCOTCH PLAID GINGHAMS Real genuine Scotch patterns in fine woven ginghams—ideal for women's and children's dresses—36 inches wide and a real bargain 5yards for STEVENS PURE LINEN TOWELING This is the kind of pure linen toweling you have bought here for 60 years. Full width, pure full bleached with colored border- stock up at this price, 6 yds. for LADY PEPPERELL PILLOW TUBING This is the same quality we offered in our White Goods sale in January and sold over 250 yards. The best you can buy—42 inches wide —4 yds 36 INCH SO-SQUARE PRINTS Right from our reg- uular stock, an assort ment of fine 80-square prints, 36 inches wide, fast color, a great buy at this price, 7 yds for Annex Surprise You'll have to go to the ANNEX to find out the biggest bargain in Spring (Coats and Suits and Silk DrettMi you have ever seen. We won't tell you what it is—that's a dark secret—but it will be worth your while to find out. Annex Surprise Any Spring Ooat, Suit Bilk Dm* in the ANNEX in one of the moat astounding clearances w« have ever attempted. This will to for ONE DAY ONLY so be on hand to share in the surprising bargains. Nothing reserved—you will have your choice of the store. *

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