The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1938
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V The Algofla tfpper.&a Maine*. Ateonft. fcwra, Bee, 1£ 1938 'sW///////s/S,'/S/,'/// J VS/Af///////y//S//?/M Vimor«i»riii£ Mattresses The Innersprlng Mattress has enjoyed great popularity hi recent years, and It le in this field of Home Service that we remind you of the fact that we do find exceptional high grade cotton In the old plain cotton matresses, having been used 10, 20 and 30 years. Therefore, your present cotton mattresses could be rebuilt at our factory Into nice IlmERSPRING MATTRESSES. Our work will consist of rebuilding your plain cotton mattresses into INNER-SPRING, plain tuft type. Feather mattresses, also Combination Cotto n and Feather Innersprings, for both winter and summer use. FREE PICK DP AND DEUVERr—Our service cars will cover Kossuth and adjoining counties. WHITE OR PflONE YOUR ORDERS, or if you wish, our salesman will call at your home and explain just how you too may have a nice INNERSPRlNG made up Into any style ticking you may wish. Your patronage will surely be appreciated. BURT MATTRESS CO. Residence Phone 58, Burt USED CARS 1938 Plymouth 2-door deluxe touring sedan 1937 Chevrolet coupe, deluxe 1937 Chevrolet 4-door touring Sedan 1938 Ford Coupe, deluxe 19S7 Olds 2-door Touring Sedan 1937 Olds 4-door Touring Sedan 1934 V-8 2-door Deluxe Sedan 1037 Chevrolet 4-door Touring Deluxe Sedan 1937 Plymouth 2-door Touring Sedan 1937 .Plymouth 2-door Road King 1929 Ford Model A Sedan Look over and price these clean used cars to get a real value. WASHING—GREASING—BATTERY SERVICE Hoenk Motor Service .Phone 391 West of Court House K. L. Hoenk FL€XST€€L A N. I DEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY OTTOMAN TO MATCH IF DESIRED YEARS DURABLE 1 - Upholstered in beautiful heavy pile suftone velvet in the following shades—Plum—Mahogany—Blue —Green—Gold. "FIEXSTEEL" SPRING CONSTRUCTION Look underneath the chair for this extra value — There is nothing to cover up or hide in a Flexsteel Chair. Insist on seeing the inside of the chair you buy—• GUARANTEE Also a <-oiuj,lttC' lino of fr'Jexstc-i-1 Living Room {Mates with sanu.- construction and same 25-year guarantee. You'll save by doing y , nu . Christ- uias shopping ut Richardson's Furniture - Company '' A City Store With Country Prices'' TfaeMon About Town Says A modern night. Two little boys about eleven years of age in the dark shooting for pennies by the aid of a flashlight. Their favorite spot- behind the insurance office. Nothing {like an early start. Unsold papers Under their arms. * * * Gib Horgreaves parked his auto in front of the Wilson Bakery. Along came a clerk from Hood's grocery and drove it away on a delivery. Mistaken identity. The clerk's boss and Gib's car look alike. » • • The state highway commission should take notice. The two lines running down the center of the ?avement are blinding when riding n a direct line with a bright sun. Know of no direct accidents but It s quite possible the cause of some. A dull finish would serve the purpose as well. i * * * The new fire ordinance about to >e made public will have teeth in t. That is for the person who likes o chase the fire truck. Any car ollowlng or parking within a rea- lonable distance of a block from the scene of the fire will be charged in general Means tad children. Out on the county ttOfm dw*ll children of the unfortunate, Deserving children not to be forgotten Let's help them. This column and The Algona Upper Dea Motees combine in asking for aid to them. Will you look lh ttw attic for toys, last year's, or those needing repairs? Will you send them to this office to be turhed over kids? Send them in now, nothing too small but what will be appreciated. Candy will do, and clothing. It is the only Christmas for them. Right away, folks. 'It will enable you to do the kindness you want to do but are heal tating to or holding back. Please help us to make them and you happy. If more than enough presents come in, needy folks In town WJI benefit by receiving the excess Please, and thanks. • * * Jake Freeh may have the pipe, but Mayor Carl Specht, who also has a pipe, is an ardent match smoker. Sometimes, when tobacco runs low, he will just suck on matches for time. Saturday night he was puffing on a match, and absent-mindedly tossed it aside while in the Coast-to-Coast store. It landed on some cotton batting, and a smoke screen started. Between the mayor and John Loss, employee in the store, the potential fire was snuffed out. No hits, no runs, one error. And Joe adds, no fire sale. fOR shire boari, fall and spHrtg.'Larg-L group to choose from—Joseph A, Skew, Wesley. 3», 41, 4ft, 46, ¥t, 49, 61» FOR SALE—t)resi*ed turkeys, order early.—Mrs. Nick Elaehen, phone 26F4. 80* FOR SALES—25 aero farm close to Algona, $8,500. payment will handle.—C. W. Nlcou- lln, Algona, Iowa. 49-80 criminally, save. Read and obey and Tho first time in many a day the Godfredson hill was served with cinders to protect the driver of a heavy ice coating. This hill is traveled constantly and many a one has commented and thanked the responsible parties. * * • The old and long used wooden pedestrian bridge with its side railings and all near the Third Ward School house is no more. It was one of the near relics of past ages. And if it could only talk. Think of the stories and gossip, the love scenes and school age pranks it could tell. Oh my! Along with the current period of lybrld corn come other inventions. One of the many is owned by Cleve (Tabby) Barton, and is capable ol distinguishing the kernels of corn as regards their sex. Tabby is willing o give a demonstration. Algona used to be the city with a vinegar factory. Yes, it was down near the railroad tracks. The large vats of wood were In use by boys other than to hold vinegar. Once in he days of foolishness the boys eft Sam Kuhn in one of these and his father found him there after chool. Ladders extricated the llt- le lad and he steered shy of them ver after. • * • We are once again approaching he time of year when we'll hear tha words In poem and song, "Peace on earth, good will toward man." Man, West Bend Youth Badly Hurt, Sunday Peter Dahlhauser, 13, of West Bend suffered a fractured arm and leg Sunday when he became caught in the belt of a power machine. He is the son of Peter J. Dahlhauser of West Bend. The boy is receiving treatment at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Real A. & P. Bargains Stock America'* LarKrit Stllint Coffee EIGHT o ' clocl < LB. BAGiSc Help Dairy Farmer*. Use more Butter Ib. 31ci Healthful, Economical Nourishing Ann Noodles 2 for 9c Made of fliieat durum wheat Flour lona Cocoa ___2 Ib. can 15c For beverage* . . . cake ic- Ingtt. . . and desserts Heinz Aborted Soups __16 oz. can 13c Except Clam Chowder, Con- ttonime and Chicken Gumbo can _ 16c None Such Mince Meat 2-9 oz. pkgs. 25c Choc. Food Drink Ovaltine 6 oz can 33c 14 oz. can 89c A. & P. White Pan Rolls doz. 5c Navy Beans 6 Ibs. 20c Mixed Nuts 2 Ibs. 35c English Walnuts Ib. 19c Dates 3 Ibs. 25c Ken-L-Ration Dog Food 3-16 oz. cans 25c Scott Paper Towels roll lOe I'ulmoUve Toilet Soap 4 cakes 23c Re«l Package Huptr Suds __21 oz. pkg. 17c Cuiiceiitrtt'U-d (Blue) Super Suds ___24 oz. pkg 18c 64 oz. pkK- 65c Crystal White Soap 10 regr. bars 29c 10 Ige. bars Site Aim Page Salad I Dressing _qt.,jar27c' Our Bent Heiltr! • Gist your December "Woman"'* Day" ,2c copy A*P FOOD STORES Meet at Ehrhardte The Four Corners club held an all-day meeting with the men folks as guest at the Win. Ehrhardts last week Thursday, with 75 present. Dinner was served at noon, also ice cream furnished by the club. Five hundred was played at seven tables. Mrs. Louis Lowman won high score for ladies and John Sabin for men Louis Lowman won travel prize. Chinker check was also playedr The committees were in charge of Mrs John Sabln, Mrs. Elsie Lindeman ESTABLISH your, own monu< ment agency. No capital or experience necessary. We train yon,, finance orders, and send advance pro- fits.—Wlnona Monument Co., Winona, Minn. 60* FOR SALE}—Purebred Spotted male hogs. Cholera Immune. Some He* breeding.—M. L. Barton, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 48-52* FOR SALE—Duroc boars.—P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, Iowa. 45-tf FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars, new blood.—Marean Larson, Ringsted. 39-tf FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa ha* first and second cutting—Jas. McEnroe, phon« 33F22, Algona. 50-51* FOR SALE—Clasp envelopes, strong, brown manllla; all sizes. At The Algona Upper Des Moines office. 45-tf FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars.—George B. Streit, 5 miles west of Algona on the old 18, 2 miles south. 49-50* DROP JNftt Swntmon'.Tir* 8«r- w§» trips in n»*d irf * ttwfd ttr* of WE HONESTLY believe that Cnftrtiplln gasoline and oils art the best on the market That's why we an selling them-. A trial wilt convince you, tea.-Stewart's Service. 80 FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons typing paper, clasp envelopes, a The Algona Upper Des Moines of flee. FOR SALE—Black Poland China >oars.—Wm. Maasdam, 4 miles N W. LuVerne, 4 miles S. E. Galbralth. 48-49-50* CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—-Girl's three piece snow suit, size 10. Dry cleaned am In good condition. Will sell cheap Telephone 721. . 50 FOR SALE—Two good Holstein cows. —R. P. Leason, 4 miles south Burt. so* FOR SALE—Chester White spring Boars and two Oxford rams. Price $20 and $25.—S. A. Gardner, two miles north intersection 18 and 169 and % mile west BO FOR SALE—1031 Chevrolet tudor, reasonable.—Curtis Chapln, north end of Thorlngton street Call 598- J. 60» FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated. Price $18.00 and 125.00 each.—Howard Witham, Algona, 4% miles west of junction 169 and 18. 49-50* FOR SALE—Native prairie hay, over 3,000 bales on section 31, Cresco township.—A. C. Bernau, West Bend, Iowa. 60-51 FOR SALE—Registered roan Shorthorn bull, two years old, halter broke.—Walter Grubb, Wesley. 60* FOR SALE—Purbred healthy Duroc boars, vacinated, $15.00, $20.00.— A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 49-50 FOR SALE—Two volume history of Kossuth County, by B. F. Reed. These command a premium. Reasonable price. Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. 49* PIONEER HYBRID seed corn. Investigate the official state records on the hybrids Pioneer offers On high yield records and stiffness of stalk records Pioneer leads all hybrids. See or call Walter Vaudt, Whittemore, or R. I. Mawdsley, Burt. QO* FOR SALE—Jay Hulless pop corn, really pops.—Merle Wellendorf. 49-52* USED MERCHANDISE AT GAMBLES A large assortment of battery and electric radios —priced to sell. Tirea—550-17, 525-17, 600-16, and 475-19—close out prices. "Sunbeam" coal heater— $16.75. "Round Oak" header—$7.00. Two electric "Maytag" washers- good condition. We carry a complete line of electric wire and supplies. Our prices are approximately half those of a year ago. gS TYPEWRITERS FOR XMAS— Can you think of a better gift for he high school or college student? n riced from $29.75 up. Both Corona and Underwood. At the Algona Upper Des Moines. 49* FOR SALE—Bros Stoker, perfect running order. Cost $436, sell for $100.-rFrank Vera, phone 482, Algona. 50' For Rent FOR RENT—Suite of three heated office rooms formerly occupied by Dr. L. G. Baker. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 47 Wanted WANTED—Man to go into an established profitable business without investment rifo signers required. Car necessary. Write S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 48-50* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt sanitary removal. Phone 7. Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf Miscellaneous GUTTING A JOB goes with preparedness. If you lack skill attend Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Winter term opens Jan. 2. 50 SHOES FOR CHILDREN—Poll Parrott all-leather shoes are built for growing feet Stand the hard knocks. Extra mileage in every pair. At Kresensky's. 50 FOR FURNACE OILS and Distil- 'ates, call Albert Grooters, phone 226. or Skeily Station 805. Prompt service. 50-52* DANCE—Opening Carnival, Burt >gion Hall, Thursday. Dec. 18th. Everybody come. Stolzenberg*s Orchestra. 50" HOME LOANS—Monthly reduction or straight term—Title 2 FHA oans, low Interest rates—no commission. Loans for all purposes. —Algona Federal Savings A Loan Ass'n. 46-tf For Your Car LETT US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf FOR RENT—Two heated office rooms over Moe & Sjogren store. ?an be rented as a suife or separate y.—Haggard & Peterson.' Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines office. 35 I have a new welder, and am prepared to do all kind of welding, reasnably priced. C. A. HEARD The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve bom the seller and buyer »t our pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday, Dee. 17 Don't forget we will run our regular Saturday Sale*. We feel that we are not too bi* to «ell anything that you have to tell, but big enough to Mil anything that you have to sell. If you have anything for sale bring it In or come hi and fa»»V it over with u». La*t Saturday we topped our sale with yearlings going at £7.00 per hundred, milk cows sold a* high aa *70.00 and we could iu« more good cows thl» week. Win have some good young cattle, calve*, feeder pigs and could u*e some buck sheep, also *ome boar*. If you have anything hi the live »tock iiue to will, get it hi ait we get top prices. We well by the head or by the pound. MACHZNEBY Remember that we haudte the full line of Mawey-Hairl* Machinery. Open every Day. Sale Barn phon* 77, Be*. Phone SPSS. Start on sfeKiIc at 1:30 p. ru. . 0. 11 1 DOLE & SOX Operator Wkww -^-"TSHk WlSP PI Mi ^ftCTHP fjimmB ^NK^ • W^ For A Man FROM A MAN'S STORE , Pajamas In a Great Array of Values Broadcloths 98c to $1.95 Silks _ $3,95 to $6.00 Fancy Sateens __L_-^_ __$2.95 Sweaters New styles and colors just received for men and young men Dress Gloves Lined Cape, by Wickfield, at Unlined Pig Mocha and Cape _98c to $2.95 _98c to $2.95 Dress .Shirts By Manhattan, Leu Clair and Shirtcraft White Broadcloth or silk $1.00-$2.50 New British Stripes $1.65-$3.50 Neat Clip Figures $1.39-$2.00 ENSEMBLES Shirt, Tie and Handkerchief in Gift Box _l__$5X)b Shirt and Tie $3.00 Shirt and Hankie $2.60 YOU'LL, LIKE THESE; RICH NEW PATTERNS! Neckwear By Cheney and Superba. People tell us we have enough for the whole of North Iowa. VERY SPECIAL 65c $1.00 $1.50 Handkerchief and Tie Ensembles Smart and 1 AA 1 CA l»VW n ,n/J IttJU M,.ftU,. Are they ever Wools 69cto$1.95 iviurriers beautiful Dress Sox By Interwoven and Leu Clalr Silks 25c-35c-50c Silk and Wool 36c and 50c Wools from 23c to Imported at $1 . Leather Jackets They all like them, and why not at these special vajues! $4.90 $6.90 $9.75 House Slippers "Always Pleasing" PELT—Hi-low style, leather soles 95c Silks , 98c to $2.96 leather soles $1.50 OPERA— fine vtcl kid, leather lined. $2.45 RUSSIAN-Sheep lined and cuff s $1.60 HU THIERS Iieuthold—

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