The Algona TTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 22,1934 confined to her and was unable to attend ' t y wa * a of her daughter, Mrs. Win. Dau ' C "* nlnln 8 s c ft me up from Des SPent the week en v. E ' JR - Morrt son spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines *n Business. .t^rSTU 1 Ad8 5 ns - wn <> was operated on at the Kossuth hospital recently, is improving nicely. °f Elmore was her 80n - H - A J. W. Little left for Flint, Michigan SSS 7 ,! " • ""fn*" *«?• He wVs «-' pected back yesterday. *^ 1 f 1 " 1 Lydla Me y ers spent » nto « at the home of * he and Mrs ' August Bernice Harrington, Marguerite Dal- 6 * Lon & arc expected end for ft t=n davs- are 5tuflent3 at Ori ' n - Mrs. D. L. Lettert and daughter, Ha, v-sited from Thursday until Saturday with the former's mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson at Swea City. James Cooney, who underwent an operation for hernia about a month ago, returned to his duties at the Algona Cooperative creamery, Monday. Mrs. Victor Lowe and children spent last week end In Hampton with her parents. Vic drove there Sunday and returned with them that evening. Maxlne Momyer arrived from Chicago Sunday of last week and will visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. A Momyer, for an indefinite time. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Irwin returned Saturday from Council Bluffs where they had been attending a Christian Workers convention of the Nazarenes since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand left for Oowrle Monday afternoon and attended a meeting of the Northwestern Mission district of the Iowa Lutheran conference, returning Wednesday. Mrs. A. K. Cliff, now of Antes, was a guest of Mrs. N. C. Rice from Tuesday until Sunday. A. K. Cliff and his daughter, Mary Lou, cams here Saturday and Mrs. Cliff returned with them. Mary Lou visited Joyce Chrlstensen while staying here. Spring Bargain Festival You always Buy for Less at the COAST to COAST.STORE 30x3% oversize Cord tires 30x450-21 Cord Tires 30x3% heavy Red 7Q- Molded Tubes ___'*' C Stor. Batteries O in guaranteed, ex. _«'•*«' Razor Blades, fits i Gillette razors, ea. ^ Household bulbs, 50-60 watt, 3 for Top Dressing, pint for Auto Bulbs, each 3c Simoniz Wax or Polish 34c Johnson's Wax now only 59c Clothes Pins, per dozen — 2c Clothes Lines 50 feet . 5c Hand Soap, 4 bars 5c 4-Hr. Varnish per gallon __ Motor Oil, SAE 30, gallon __ 39c Hope, in. 50-ft. 39c Interior Gloss Enamel, gallon __ Plat Wall Paint per quart 49c Varnish, fast drying, qt. 39c Wash Tubs large size _ 59c Roller Skates, per pair 98c Barn Paint, best Q7 r quality, gallon ____ •*»£• House Paint, 1 ^Q best grade, gal. __ *•"•' Implement Paint iper quart — * ^~" Coaster Wagons for 98c 1.49 B Batteries heavy duty COAST to COAST STORE Joe Bloom, Mgr. Algona, Iowa. ANNIVERSARY PATTERN (Discontinued after Sale) 1847 ROGERS BROS. SILVERPLATE At a Gorgeous Saving Every piece ia factory new, but every piece ia offered at a price you may never see again for the highest grade silverplate. The cost of silver per ounce is skyrocketing . , . labor costs have increased . . . that makes this 2 day sale of the highest grade sil- verplate all the more amazing. 20-PIECE SERVICE Ia Handsome Prevent-Tarnish Container Regular Prico $33.75—Sale Price 916.88 6 each Hollow Handle Dinner Knives, with Mirror Stabiles* Blade*. Dinner Forka, Tea Spoon*, De**crt or Sen* Spoon*. • Sugar Spoon and a Butter Knife- Regular Sale Price Tea Spooai fix $3.2* Abe* Dinner Coficc Spoon* ,*li 3.25 bed Tea Spoon* '„. jrix 5.00 Oncer or Cocktail Fork. jiz 5.M Bttftcr Spreader* ju 5M ffnlart Fork* ,.,...,.,_.„-„ di 6JIO 8aap Spoon* ..._____.___ .«lx 6JO Dbutcr Fork* Mi (.5* Hnltew HwuHc Dtaacr Knlvc* *b 1346 Cold Meat or Scrrlng Fork each 2.M cadi 2.St or Serving Spooo Price $1.63 1.63 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.25 3.25 6.50 1.00 1.25 1.5§ Diamonda, .Watches, Silverware Fine Repairing of All Kindi. Vteet'Kal* Welder's Jewelry Store Algona, Iowa. Mrs. Estelld Sabin of Algona visited Sunday at the H. I. Sabln home. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erlcfeson were business visitors In Minneapolis over the week end. A. T. Rock of Cody, Nebraska, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl over the week end. V. H. Coffin returned Thursday (today) where he has been a business visitor since Monday. J. A. Brownell and his two grandsons Roy, Jr., and David, have been 111 since Friday with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing of Mason City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougwll. Mangus Lichter, student at Iowa State College at Ames, came home on Saturday for a week's vacation. Bernice Stock, who teaches in Eagle Grove, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Drusilla Ooughlin, accompanied by Irma Campbell of THonka spent the week end in Waterloo with friends. Mrs. Cliff Aalfs left Tuesday for Minneapolis on a business trip and expected to be back some time Thursday. R. O. BJustrom and Ben Hynds were in Sioux City Monday and Tuesday attending a Frigidaire service meeting. Hoyt Raney, senior at Iowa State College at Ames, came home Monday for a week's visit here during spring vacation. Dr. P. V. Janse returned Wednesday affer visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller at Oklahoma City for the past ten days. Helen Hoover of Mason City arrived here Sunday evening and will be ^ guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse drove to Swea City Sunday and attended the funeral of John E. Pehrson, and old acquaintance. Mesdames P. L. Miller and E. C. Wllkins attended a shower at Emmetsburg Tuesday afternoon for a niece of F. L. Miller. Pauline March returned to Mason City where she Is a student in a business college, Thursday after visiting with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Parks and son, Jerry of Mason City visited friends here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Parks were former residents of Algona. Mrs. Gus Janlsch left last Monday for her home at Montrose, South Dakota after a three week's visit at the home of her sister. Mrs. P. V. Mathison, and her niece, Mrs. Burt Arrowood. On her way home she stopped at Worthington Minnesota, to visit another sister S ORENSEN'S PECIALS A CLEAN UP SALE ON SALT FISH 10 Ib. Pail KKKK Hdrring for .25-1 One Keg of Holland Herring _ Smoked Bloaters each . Fancy J'illet of Mackerel, Ib. __. 30c Boneless Cod Fish, Ib. 30c Macaroni, 2 Ib. box . 15c Lye, three cans for 25c Honey Cookies, 1C_ 2 Ibs. for * J C Home Brd. Basp- bcrry Jam, 2*4 Ib. Pears!, No. 2^ cans, 2 for Oval Sardines, > 1A_ 15 oz. size, 2 cans _*"*• Young Corn Fed__ Q^ Beef, back */ 4 , Ib. _ ^C Complete Line of fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Meats. Top Price for Eggs H.R. Sorensen&Co. Phone 138 and 139 We Deliver. 'WWWWUWWVWVVWW Whittemore Woman Cut in Accident Whtttemore: Friday evening as Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Elbert were leaving the church the lights on the car blinded Mr. Elbert and he struck the tree on the northeast corner, of the public school ground, throwing Mrs. Elbert against the windshield, breaking it. She received severe cuts on the chin which required six stitches to close the wound, one tooth was also knocked loose. Mrs. H. H. Bowe of Lake Park. Iowa, arrived last Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. V. H. Coffin and will make a ten day visit with her. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family were guests at ft birthday fup- per given at the Gordon Glddlngs farm northwest of Wesley Monday. Mrs. Ann Zittritsch returned here Saturday morning from Odell, Illinois where she has been staying for the past two months with her father who Is quite 111. Messrs, and Mesdames Harry Barton and Roy Burkett and children were visitors at. Fort Dodge one day last week. The men went on to Dana to visit Roy's ptirents. Mr. and Mrs. McCullum of this city moved to Cedar Rapids recently. Mr McCullum was a salesman for the Baby Ruth candy bar. and the couple made their home in the Vera apartments. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sheehan visited the former's mother in Maxwell from Friday until Sunday, evening.. Mr Sheehan's mother is still quite ill but a little improvement has been noticed Mrs. Edna Forst and her (friend!, Morjorie Berry, both of C'.'dnr Rapids visited With the former's sister. Bertha Johnson. Sunday. Miss Bsrry also visited with her friend, Miss Margaret Morris. Miss Edith Reed, Mrs. Rachel Shackleford, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons and Phyllis Maxwell also Mr. and Mrs Will Parsons of Belmond visited on Sunday at the Merritt Burtls home at Lone Rock. A. E. Michel carne home from Des Moines Sunday afternoon and sprnt Monday with his wife and family. He was accompanied by John Conley who visited at the Michel home and at the Leffert home. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long, son Jack, and Mrs. Long's sister, Ruth Jackson, spent Sunday In New Hampton with the ladies' mother and a sister from North Dakota who was also visiting In New Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons moved their household belongings Monday from East Nebraska street to 110 E. North street, into the Fellows bungalow situated across the street south of the Bryant school building. Paul Hutchins, who recently underwent an operatl'on for the removal of his appendix, at Fort Dodge, was tak- n to Oilmore City Monday for recuperation. Paul is a mathematics instructor In the Gilmore City schools. Paul Trauger left for Omaha, Nebraska, to attend a district meeting of ;he salesmen of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Friday and Saturday. A similar meeting was held Monday at Des Motnes which he also attended. The Bible Searchers met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Bishop at the home of her son, A. A. Bishop on East McGregor street'. Assisting were Lizzie Hohn, Mesdames Jane Clark, Troutman, Thos. Douglas and Charlotte Parsons. Anders Anderson has been 111 th» past seven weeks and confined to his bed with the Infirmities of advancing age. He Is eighty-Mx years of age and until recently has been in good health It Is hoped that with the approach ol warmer weather his condition will Improve. Mrs. Ray Barton on College street and son, Albert Shindler and wife and little son. Junior, of Omaha, returned here last week Wednesday evening after » week's visit with Albert's sister, Mrs. Emma Schroder at Preston, Iowa. The Shindlers left Friday morning for home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hanscn returned to their home In Council Bluffs Tuesday after a few days visit at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Robert Carney, and cister, Mrs. Harold Lampright. The Hansens came back with the Lamprights who had spent Sunday in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles and their daughter, Arlene, visited the former's mother, Mrs. John Spllles, In th« Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday. She was taken 111 with pneumonia a few weeks ago and it was also discovered that, she was suffering with diabetes. She is getting along quite nicely now. Word has been received that a baby jlrl was born to Dr. and Mrs. Paul Bouthgate of Long Beach, California. The child has been named Josephine Luniry after its mother. The South- gates have another child, a boy two years old. Dr. Southgate is a brother of Mrs. Theo. Her bat, and is quite well known here. Mrs. George Gllchrist and two sons of Fremont, Iowa, Mrs. R. J. Stowe and family of Worthlngton and Mr*. Gua Janlsch of Montrose, South Dakota, were week end visitors at the P. V. Ma.thison and Burt Arrowood homes. Mrs. Glichrlst, Mrs. Stowe, Mrs. Jansch and Mrs. Mathison are sisters and lad not been together in about eight years. While here Mrs. Mathison's sisters made the acquaintance of their new niece, the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arrowood. Frank Looft was reflected as schcol director Mondav. Miss Ruth Kueck srx>nt Tuesday with her friend, Helen Patterson «t Rinjr- sted. Mrs. H«nry Berghoflfer and children were Sunday visitors at the L. B. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jensen and family visited at- the George Patterson home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Byers and Mrs. J. J. Drinan spent Wednesday at the John Homan home. Alice Hoeok of Swtea City visited with her sister. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. J .Campbell and family spent Thursday evening at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sanders spent Tuesday in Ames on business. A surprise party was held for Lawrence Johannson Tuesday evening. A good time was enjoyed. Cut Co*I, the most economical fuel, now ia the most practical for automatic heat- Ing. Dutt- proofed at the mint or by the dealer, it IB clean fuel. ^^ COAL, STOKER burns low- priced bituminous coal without smoke, 'uses most of the ashes into clinkers. Patented features make possible saving* of from 15 to 50% of the fuel bill. Automatic dual controlled—responds readily to dictates: of the thermostat. Sizes for residential and all commercial heating purposes. Free estimates of fuel savings made by beating engineers from ECONOMICAL AUTOMATIC HEAT HEADQUARTERS Anderson Coal & Grain Co. Phone 308 Mr .and Mrs. Elmor Dye and family of Mason City spent Snndny at the R. .1. Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulson ftnd family spent Sunday at thp Orin Johnson home in Grant township. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons of Lone Rock visited ftt the Henry Kueck home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson are the proud parents of a baby boy born on March 15th. The little one has been named Joseph Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Murphy nnd children of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson and children visited Monday evening at the n. E. Saunders, t.. B. Anderson and J. H. Saunders homes. 'Twaa No Joke, A» Magnus Lichter Thot While attending the show afl the Cs.ll Theatre Sunday night, Magma* Ltchter had his Ford fsport roadster stolen. "Maggie" was not prreaUy worried nt the time, thinking it was Jttf* a Joke his pals might have been play- Ing on him. but the next morning, hfct brother, George, discovered the mactn- ine about four miles south of town on the Irvlngton road. A wheel on the car had been broken which, it was thought, had been caused by maklngr n turn too sharp. Let the V. D. M-.-R. «aKan~ts, next Job of printing. For Your Easter Toggery We have Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear and Hosiery a plenty. Come in and look them ever. \\ r e are glad to show them. You'll find just the suit style in fabric thnt you like in our large selection of Spring Suits. And a pray tie will make your outfit complete. Madson & H anson The Home of Better Clothes SPRING SPECIALS We have purchased a large quantity of poultry supplies— at prices which we show here. We are passing quantity buying on to you. ftounte for fruK JM» ..... So each 18 in. feeder* with wood reel 15e 84 in. feeder* with wire reel Ho M in feeder* with wood red Me SO hole covered 10 at. MarUn feeder* ............. SSc SO hale covered 11 at. Martin feeder* ............ »1-W Gstnnised tdjoaUble. Martin drum type oil brooders Cor hooM 8*12 .......... $17.50 Queen drtkn type brooder* for «xU hMH* ................ 918.00 Atoo many other type* and ftlset of feedcn and wateren to select from. 1% pMft, eonvgatad round, r *. Lawn Grass Seed, bulk, ft. .. .S5c Johaaon'g Paste Wax, 1 Ib can 59e Service & Quality Wax, 1 Ib. SSe Wash Boards, bras* 39e Dry Ceil Battetie* Z5c Wood Chisels, y t to 1 in. 25c PUer*. 6 In. regular 25c Me Cotton braided clothes line .. .15c 29-piece Community Tudor Plate, 35 year guaranteed, regular $13.50 set $9.99 Jelly Server Spoons, SO yean guaranteed, regular 11.50 value (or l»c Paaltlew Electric Washer*, Porcelain tab, «'/« in. wringer roll* $3905 Thte te a high grade machine and wfit fire many yean of «er- rioe. Kohlhaas & Spilles Express the Gay Spirit of Spring in New Furnishings for the Home Here's your opportunity to make those cheapened dollars of yours work at their full power. Because we bought heavily before devaluation and manufacturing cost raises went into effect we're in a position to offer you marvelous bargains in furniture as long a.s our present stock lasts. Come in and see u,s Ibis month —look over our values—remember it will be wise to buy now. AXMINSTER RUGS 9x12, 19.75 and up Wilton Velvet Rugs 9x12 size, $39.75 and up Felt Base Rugs 9x12, $6.75 Inlaid Linoleums $1.00 per squ. yard Living Room Suites Large davenport arid chair to match 49.50 59.50 69.50 Bedroom Suites In the latest styles and iinishes 39.75 and up Foster Furniture Co.
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