The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1938 · Page 10
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GREAT AIR SHOW TO BE AT SHELDON Arrangements are being made tf accommodate one of the Urges crowds In aviation history In the middle west to Iowa's Greatest AI Show at Sheldon 1 , low'a. Sunday am Monday, Sept. 4 and 5. The field of the Sheldon Municipa Airport Is being enlarged. Sam Sigman. chairman of Iowa's Greatest Air Show Committees, anc manager of the Sheldon Municipal A&P FOOD STORES i ' • I owNrn »«in nrrnmrn rv rm mrnT nriiMif'' «Nt> pacific ffa C'JMPANY Bordpn's Cheese Anierlran Pimento Umburger or brick 1 """ 33c | BORDEN'S i Eaglp Brand' t ondetiwd Milk 13. oz. •ran 19c Thompson's Chocolate Malted Milk 1 lb. can 39c Angclus Olio Pack Marshmallows 9 1 lb. 4. hair* 25c I'needa Bakers English Stylr Assortm't box ODC A Labor Day Picnic Special Cracker Jacks That famous popcorn confection. Airport, arrived back in Sheldon from Chicago Wednesday evening stating that he had definitely contracted Capt. Ben B. Lipsner, father of United States air mail, to appear here for both days. Lipsner Is universally recognized as one of the real pioneers in aviation and was the very first person to organize and direct the United States Air Mail Service. His accomplishment in originating the record and mechanical maintenacc systems of the Postal Air Mail from pre-infancy, Is one of the outstanding contributions, not only to aviation, but to the post office department. Capt. Lipsner resigned his commission In the Aeronautical division of the regular army to accept from the postmaster general the appointment as the first superintendent of the United States Aerial Mail service, this federal post and title being especially created for him. On August 32. 1918, Cnpt Lipsner planned and perfected the first lights ever made in the history of 'he world, whereby the mail wan flown as a permanent service an'] on regular schedules, the first fl'sln cr from Washington to New York, via Philadelphia. He started his organization with but nine nir- >lanes borrowed from the nrmy r.nd \ tiny personnel of four pilots an] everal others. This new flying dl- •ision formed the very first civilinn 'ersonnel of the United Stnte Post- iffice department. Added attractions for the great show will be a dance late Monday afternoon and evening with Gay Claridge and his famous Chicago orchestra furnishing the music. Mariam Kirk, movie star, will appear with the band and is scheduled as singer and entertainer. ona,Iowa, Aug. 90,1938 Les Denton Injures Eye on Home Job Near East Seneca East Seneca: Working on the roof If his home lat week, Les Denton had the misfortune of sticking a wire Into his eye. Luckily it did not turn out to be serious, just painful. Six From Wesley Visit Woden Home Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison,' and Mrs. Julius Kunz visited at the C. W. Goslln home at Woden Friday night. Mrs. Hopkins Entertains Wesley: Mrs. R. B. Hopkins entertained a group of 20 ladies at her home Thursday afternoon. Five ladies were from Algona. the Mes dames Frank Schultz, Frank Parks C. B. Murtagh, Geo. St. John, J F. McGee. The afternoon was spent in visiting and doing fancy work The hostess served a delicious luncheon. Other attractions are being signed daily. Entertains Burt Aid Burt: Mrs. Lydja KoesMer entcr- tertained a group of 20 ladies at her the church baement Thursday nftcr- noon. The Walther League met tlie same evening with Marjorie and Melv'ii Baas entertaining. LUVERNE NEWS Yukon Club Amorted Beverages 4 BC«T 25c Plus Hot. Dep. Northern Tissue LInen-lzed Roll 6c Heinz Tomato Ketchup 14 oz Ann Page Bean* 3 one lb. 7 oz. cans __23c 4 one lb. cans 22C Mason Jar Caps Per dozen 19c Crisco 3 lb. can 50c Ball Mason Fruit Jars Pts. doz 59c Qts. doz. 69c Post Toasties 2 17c White Eagle Soap Chips r> ib. box _33c Pure Cider Vinegar 1 gallon _.19c Bokar Coffee Now jwkod in an economical bag—and yoi; SAVE! lib. I9c On Sale at all A. & I'. Food Store* Arthur Satre. Rockford. 111., is a guest this week at the F. C. Fritzemeier home. Mr.«. Emil Meyer, Carol and Lyle, Muscatine are spending the week at the I. H. Benedicts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. Minneapolis, spent the first part of last week with his mother. Mrs. U. S. Grant. They also visited her parents at Mason City. The Milton Woitos. Scranton. concluded their visit at the home of his mother here Wednesday and have gone to Guttenberg. Iowa, to spend a week before he resumes his school work at Scranton. Members of the local Rebekah lodge made plans to spend the day Thursday with Mrs. Gregory wno ives with Miss Ardella McPhcrson at Wesley. The word got around there and the lodge members there joined the group and had a picnic in the Wesley Park. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Brown. Philadelphia. Pa., were guests of her sister. Mrs. Max Patterson last week. Mrs. Brown will be better remembered as Dolly Broadic. The M. E. Normandins. Colfax. visited Mrs. Emily Guy over the week end. Helen Vessel who has spent the past two weeks at Colfax returned home with them. LuVerne: Supt. A. C. Evans was guest speaker at the meeting of the Good Will club at the H. T. Blumer home Thursday afternoon. He spoke briefly on general principles of education, then led a discussion on school problems deal- Ing particularly with the problem- a rural school pupil has to meet when entering high school. About 25 women were present. Canning hints were given for roll call and a t-ociiil hour followed the business meeting when bingo was played. Injured in Barn East Seneca: Little Bobby Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore, had the misfortune to tear a large gash in his leg last week while helping his father in the barn. It required three stitches and five clamps to close the wound. At this writing he is getting along nicely. Alfotia PnbUe Schools I. District f6* Blwaentory CJrade Pupils Enrollment in the Various Buildings— A. Third Ward Building— 1. Include children in grades 1 to to 6 Inclusive, who are Hvfng north and east of the following street lines: North Minnesota from north city limits to East State; thence east to intersection of State and Phillips; thence south on Phillips to city /limits. , ^^,/ B. Bryant Building— ' 1. Include children in grades 2 to 6 inclusive who are living wes and sooth of the dividing lin given above for Third Ward. 2. First grade room in Bryan building: Include all children living north of the dividing lin given for the first grade In High School building (below) and west of N. Minnesota. Include also all children living beyom city limits. C. First Grade Room (146) in Higl School Building— 1. Include all children living south of the following line: West McGregor from west city limits to intersection with Thorlngton; thence north to State; thence east to intersection of Phillip-! and Stnte: thence south on Phillips to city limits. D. Kindergarten— Utese half day sessions wil begin on Tuesday, September 6. These sessions will later be reversed. It Rule on age for entering Kind • ergarMn and first Grade children: A. Kindergarten— 1. Child to be eligible for regis tratlon In the Kindergarten must be 5 years of age on or before December IB, 19S8. 2. First Grade—Child to be el- I. All children in kindergartei. will attend in the room provided In the High School Building <No. 145). At the first meeting on Monday morning. September 5. half of the group will be assigned for forenoon session and the other half for afternoon Iglble for registration in the first grade must either have completed Kindergarten or must be 6 years of age on or before December 15, 1838. HI. Any exception to rules I and II above as made necessary by unforeseen circumstances will be decided upon after consideration by the Superintendent Parents should call at the Superintendent's office in the High School Building or call 295. IV. All students entering 7th grade for the first time in September should report to Miss Wilson, Junior High Principal, at the High School Building on Saturday morning, September 3, at 9 o'clock for tour of the building and preliminary announcement.'!. Students newly registered in Algona schools this fall who enter eighth grade may report at the same time. V. Second Hand Book Exchange-A. Second hand books used In grades 9 to 12 may be brought to the superintendent's office any time during the week .be ginning August 29. Books used In grades 7 and 8 should be brought to Miss Wilson's office at the High School ADS For Sale building on Saturday forenoon, September 8, or Monday, September 5. C. Books used In the elementary grades should be brought to the Bryant office on Monday fore* noon, Seotember 5. VI. Rural Students entering the ninth grade this fall are Invited, with the parents, to a special meet- Ing at the High School building on Wednesday evening, August 31, at 8 o'clock. The purpose of this meeting Is to explain the curriculum, to tour the building, and to make preliminary registration, VTJ. Students new to the Algona School System <other than rural ninth entering high school for the first time) and not already enrolled hould report for enrollment at the High School Principal's office for trades 9 to 12 and to the Superln- :endent> office for grades 1 to 6 any time in the week of August 29. VIII. Traffic Stop Signs— A. Stop signs during certain school hours will be placed at the following street Intersections: State and Dodge (Iowa State Bank corner): Call and Dodge (Oreenberg corner): Jones and North (Conoco Station corner): Kim and Phillips (1st corner west of Third Ward building). *. o. B, LAING. 35 Superintendent. A NEW FABRIC,..HIS • • . . s> .•,i'? i 'fr Read Th? Want Ad*—It Pays A Fall Sensation A dyrndl, Crown tested rayon SMART FROCK Chrischilles Store FOR SALE—Duchess apples.— Mrs. F. C. Kading, Lone Rock, Iowa. Phone 417. 35* FOR SALE—32 nice even pigs, vaccinated.—H. M. Colwell. 35* FOR SALE—Truckers Attention. Wealthy apples for sale in large quantities, priced reasonably. Phone 3816. Lone Rock. Iowa.—Godfrey Schultz. 4 miles south. 33* FOR SALE OR RENT—Hotel. Write Box 245. Armstrong. Iowa 35* Tickets for the Great Clay County Fair at Spencer, Iowa, will go on sale Monday, August 29th. Ticket* are 50 cents for the grandstand and upon receipt of remittance tickets will be forwarded. 35 HEEL LATCH SHOES-A comfort shoe. yes. But with everything in style and beauty. Special snug- hi-el construction. Come in and inspect late arrivals.—Krcsensky's. 33 FOR SALE—Hampshire brood sows, September and October far- row, eligible to registry.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 31-33-35* THE M. & ST. L. Ry Co. will dispose of right of way and nil vacant property in Algona and east to St. Benedict. Write S. J. Sherman. Humboldt. . ^---—' 34-3."" ' FOK SALE 37 Acres Improved, ad.joiuinfj a jroixl town. Kh-cti'if service. (idod producer. Edward Capesius Algona. Iowa 35* Wanted ; Fanner.-. oi-jiK-n wit), a lar»i- farm a<-i|iiaiiit- ;• ance to M-ll h\ l>ri<l -,.,.,| (•(.)•!,. Anderson Grain & Goal Go, AL<;OX,\. IOWA The Algona Auction Co. We are here Jo fctrvt both Uu- stlUr and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saint-day. Sopi. ;| ( A ITI.E 'Iwo iar» ol Ki«l.r < uttlt-, vvliiU- futr, neighing :tOO to WJO Ibs. HOGS K from :iy to 1UU lus. MACHJNEBV C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operator and Auctioned MARVO—The marvelous effect and curative powers of this remedy is truly miraculous. It gives immediate relief to itching and bleeding piles, sores, ulcers, boils, carbuncles, pimples, eczema, burn.<, cuts, bruise.s—any acute or chonio infection. Marvo does not burn.— Marvo Chemical Co., Sioux Falls. S. D. Sold by A. H. Borchardt. 34-38* LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. 6-tf For Rent FOR RENT-Two heated office room.s over Moe & Sjogren .store. fan he rented as a suite or separate ly. Hazard A.- i'cterson. Inquire Al|;ona Upper Des Moint.s office. 35 Lost-Found HAVE YOU tried the fre.-,h. buttered. Japanese hull-less popcorn popped in a new Cretors machine at the Sportsmen's Tavern? It's tood. 31 •'•'••> Wanted WANTED—Alfalfa hay, htr.-ond cutting, baled.—Algona Flour & Feed Co. 35* WANTED—Girl or woman for general house work. Apply at Der- mand'h Cafe, Phont 104. .'15 THIS TERRITORY now open. Here's an opportunity for an ambi tious man with car to step into a steady, dependable business enterprise of his own. Good earning!; right from start. No experience or capital necessary. Write for full particulars to Dr Ward's Mediu'il Co.. Box EJ. Winona. Minn. 35* WANTED -Woman for general housework. Unless experienced do not apply. Small family.—Mm. I. J. Dickinson. ;;< WANTED—Your d£ad stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WANTED—Clean cotton rigs at the Algona Upper Des Mtlne>. Miscellaneous WINDOW GLASS-Prices lowest in years. Storm sashes fitted. Labor rates reasonable. —Lusbys Drug Store. 35-tf THERE WILL NEVER be a bet ter time to prepare for a good job. Write Mankato Commercial Collegi,-, Mankato, Minn., for catalog. 35* WHAT IS AHEAD? It all depends on what you do now. Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn, will point the way. Send for free catalog. 35 This cute, new Fall dress combines smartness and low price to achieve one of the greatest dress values in years. Made of stripe, Crown tested rayon, with double collar and neat zipper neck-opening. Misses sizes, Economical loveliness and rare service . . . that's Phoenix "Budget." 3- and 4-thread chiffons . . . exclusive Custom-Fit top ... all for 79e. This exclusive Phoenix process gives "Budget" hosiery added value. Improved beauty . . . better wearl The CHRISCHILLES Store Miss Rose Lampe has Just completed the Gossard School of Corsetry in Chicago and hug been awarded her diploma as Graduate Corsetiere. In addition to securing the award, she was graded av one of the outstanding corsetiercb from a clats or over 200. This Diploma Is YOUR Insurance of scientific figure analysis and a correctly fitted corset When you select your new ffall G'-««ard at thiy store, you will have the services of a graduate corsetiere who will advise you regarding the correct garment for your individual needs and will give you a perfect fitting. Our new stock of Gossards is now In and we invite you to take advantage of this unusual service which we are making available to the women of thin community. A perfect fitting foundation garment is essential to your Fall wardrobe. Buy your foundation garment now, BEFORE you buy your new Kail dress and obtain a perfect fit and foundation satisfaction. Miss Lampe will be pleased to see you In her department. Training In medical fittings U included in the course. If special corseting U prescribed by your physician, it will receive expert attention. Sketched, a MisSimplicity* designed to flatten the front of the figure . •Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Hit. No. 1,689,198 The Chrischilles Store DRESSES' $6.75 Marie Dressier frocks are designed for the large, hard-to-fit woman who has narrow shoulders htit large hips, large amis and an ample chest. It is? the perfect dress for the woman who has never boon able to-buy a ready made dress. These charming now Fall dresses are made from Crown tested rayon silk and a brand new material called Hispano and range in sizes:?. 1 )Vo to50. Yon'11 like the chic, sleek lines along which these extra sized dresses are made—the youthful lines—the extremely low prices. Treat yourself to a Marie Dressier dress if yon have trouble getting .a n't. You'll find complete assortments here—buy now and avoid disappointment later. The ' Ml* lT br«M irim. SimU'V ii i. tuck ..4 „;,! CHRISCHILLES Store THIS LITTLE GOES TO B* »m» to tut, them. Chrischilles Store

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