The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950 4—Algona Upper Oes Moines William Jennings Bryan ran for Napoleon called Eneland a "Na- president four times. tion of Shopkeepers," One wedding license has been, ing to Kenneth Bt. Haverly and issued in the last week in the 'Mary Joyce Koflasch, both of clerk of court's office here, go- Wesley. iiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHnnuiiifiiiwwiiiif Start with ydtif iostum* color... tlwn pick ft Rhythm Step shoe that chimes in beautifully with shades-of-a-color to match. Rhythm Step goes up and down the scale of smart Spring color* to bring you this newest shoe-fashion.. tjofh_ei JHa «At r v. MORE than jusf beautiful shoes... Three invisible rhythm treads cushion every step SHOE STOKE GOTCHER EASTER BONNET? -okay, then, next thing to do is— Go to Ray's Market For Your Delicious EASTER HAM Boy! Is Ray's going to have hams ... a great big pile of the beauti- fulest, most delicious tasting and succulent hams you ever sat down to at Easter dinner ... we are having big hams, middle-size hams and little baby hams for two or three people to enjoy. Any size you want, and no matter what size you pick, it's the same tasty eating you expect from a fine ham. All the best brands are being left here by the Easter bunny, and if ifs a good-eating ham vou want this i* where to find it. ORDER YOURS early ... we have a pile of them, but when folks hear about these fine hams, they'll start melting away .... so get to Ray's for yours! Also-other swell eating items for you at Ray's. We are coming through with some outstanding Spring Fries for you who really want a tasty and delicious bird. If you're going to eat chicken, let us fix you up with one or Jwo of these swell-eating spring fries. And then ell those things like pineapple (to gq with the ham), frozen foods galore, stuff like frozen strawberries, and fruits and vegetablas. So why dontcha stop around at Ray's Market right away and pick cut your Easter dinner? RAY'S MARKET 'Yours for Good Eating" Permits For 13 New Homes Building permits for 13 new houses in Algona were approved by the city council Thursday night. E. E. (Bud) Robinson will build 10 of these in the Woodworth addition north of Oak St. Permits for two $8,000 homes to be built by Bud Nelson were approved. One is to be built on north Jones st., and the other on south Moore. George Bahr's permit for a $6,000 house on east Lucas was also approved. Other major permits that were approved were Nick Maharas, Jr., to build a basement house; Geo. J. Stewart, to build a garage and addition to his house; Frank Vera, to move the house north of the Post Office to north Thorington; Frank Vefa, to remove the second story and add to the first story on a house on north Dodge; Frank Vera, to add an eight foot extension to the East End grocery- John and Lillian Foth, to convert a third floor to apartments. Mrs. Bormann Is Hostess To Club St. Joe — Mrs. Clarence Bormann was hostess-to the Farmer- ettes' "500" club, Thursday after noon. Winners of prizes were Mrs. Martin Frideres, high, Mrs. Wilfred Becker, low. Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and Miss Jo Ann Kollasch were guests of the club. After the afternoon of cards, a brief initiation ceremony welcomed Mrs. Norbert Thilges as a new regular member. A deli cious lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Wilfred Becker will next entertain the group. Ricklefs Returns To Rochester Tilonka — W. H. Ricklefs was taken back to Rochester, Minn., by ambulance last Thursday, where he will again enter St. Mary's hospital for further treatment of injuries received in an automobile accident, last December. Mrs. Ricklefs accompanied him to Rochester and Will remain with him during his stay in the hospital. Buy A Theatre West Bend — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mueting of Ireton, Iowa, have purchased the West Theatre Nero from the M-J-M Amusement Co. of Spencer. They took possession Sunday. At Brother's Rites Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGec and daughters attended funeral services at Fairmont, Minn., last Thursday, for A. J. McGee, a brother of Dan. He passed away after a heart attack at the age of 54. Two sons survive, and several brothers and sisters. WANT ADS Farms For Sale SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil '. Kohlhaas, Phone 22, Algona. tfn ARM FOR SALE—FRACTION- al half soetion in Hurt twp., and improvements, subject to lease expiring on March 1, 1951. £. J. Hough at Hutchison & rtough. Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251, Algona. 13* NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State Of Iowa, Kossuth County IN DISTRICT COURT No. 60U2 March Term, 1950 fo All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an inbtrurntnt of writing pur- jorting to be the last Will and Testament of Sophia Bell, Deceased, dated March 3, 1933, hav- ng been this day filed, opened <jnd rejid, Monday the 17th day of April, 1950, is fixed (or hearing jroof of same at the Court House n Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock 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 allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated ut Algona, Iowa, March 31, 1950. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of District Court. E. C. McMAHON, Attorney Algona, Iowa. 13 REPUCE WITHOUT DIETING Simply i?at this delicious Vitamin and Mineral Candy called A YDS. before meals ai directed. AYDS check yow appetite—you automatically eat lets—lose weight naturally. Absolutely gafe—con- tain no reducing drugs. Money refunded if you don't lose •eight with first bo*. MonUj'i supply $2.89. L. A. TIGGES, DRUGS 5 East State St. Algona, Iowa "Write-In^ Name Wins At Titonka Titonka *— A write-in candidate won^a seat 6n the Titonka town council in the election held Mar. 27. He is Albert Davis. Other councilmen elected were Bill Ricklefs, J. L. Intermrll, Lester Callies and J. R. Schutjer. SPECIAL Inlaid Linoleum $1.69sq. yd. Beautiful inlay for kitchens, bathrooms, table fops. And a real money saver, too, at Cowan Bldg. Supply. COWAN BLDO. SUPPLY 210 East State St. LAST WEEK; Sole Ends Saturday tvro^ TORES ORGANIZATION'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY SUPER VALUES Consult the 32-page circular that was delivered to your door for the many hundreds of special valuesl LAST DAY-SATURDAY! * We Have a Limited Number of These Fino Broadcloths to Go at This Sensational Prkel WHITE 2 We have a limited amount of men's fine white broadcloth shirts with so many fine qualities that we will list them: 1—Fine count broadcloth 2—Sanforized 3—Long life collar 4—Die cut collars and cuffs 5—Deep non-binding arm hole Men's Work SHIRTS $ i Svniorwed blue Cb«mb»f la MM* U'/a to 17. 6—large breast pocket 7—Contour body 8-O<ean pearl burtons 9—Gusset tail full cut 10—Roomy sleeves Men's Felt Hat Special One lot of wool felt hats. Sizes 6V« to 7V*. 95 Aims fine fur feit hat-a good aewrtmen. of «l/ an and sb**. $3.95 AUCTION SALE! AT THE AUCTION HOUSE JUST WEST OF CREAMERY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 OUR LARGEST $AU Y1TI NIW &USED FURNITURE

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