The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, March 29,1934 Kcftsuth Cty. Scouts itt Bird Care ffighty-one Kossuth County Boy wouts have Seen actively engaged in the winter feeding of birds program sponsored by the PJsh and Game Commission. Shelters have been constructed and a regular feeding plan is being carried out. Titonka has 21 Scouts In the campaign under the leadership of Rev. Fremont Paul, Scoutmaster; LuVeme has 13 scouts under" Rev. Win. Baddeley, scoutmaster; Swea City has 38 scouts with Rev. George B. McDowell as scoutmaster, and P. A. Danson is scoutsnaster of tfie Algona troop of 12 scouts. Lone Rock Girl Winner As 47 Seek Spelling Title Marjorie Jensen is First; Byron Miller, Algona, Sec ond in Contest We'day Easter Specials COCTTTRY EGGS, doz. - 15c PAAS EGG DYES P kg. Be ROCK&ESS 5 to 7 ft. W. PICNICS Ib. -12 Yic WINDSOR SLICED BACON 2 Ibs. 35c C. A H. PURE CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs. 49c IB It*. $1.23 100 Ite. $4.75 FINEST BEET SUGAR 10 Ibs. 47c 25 Ibs. $1.18 100 Dfe $4.55 BUTTER Ib. - 25c SHREDDED WHEAT pkg. - 11c COFFEE FOLGERS 2 V 61c 32c COFFEE Red Circle 2 fbs.39c DEL MONTE Pears BartUtt GINGER ALE Canada Dry JJ*. 49c and Hot Deposit BIRDS EYE Matches 6 boxes 25c Forty-seven of the best spellers in Kos*uth county assembled in the oour house here, yesterday afternoon, to de termine the county championship, ant who would earn the right to enter the inter-state meet. Marjorie Jensen of Lone Rock, an eighth grade student in the class of Mrs Viola Bishop, outspelled her opponents In the two-hour grind, to win the county title. Ftour contestants got into the final part of the contest after a first round contest was held in both oral and written classifications. The fotir who got into the finals were, besides the Lone Roc* girl, Morris Miller of Greenwood, Byron Smith of Algona, and Ruth Reed of Burt. Byron Smith was first in the oral contest, and Rutoh Reed was second, missing on the word "aojuatlc." Marjorie Jensen and Morris Miller placed first and second in the written con- THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER Max. Min March 21 61 25 March 22 33 20 March 23 29 12 March 24 33 8 March 25 47 1! March 26 40 26 March 27 42 11 ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white $.38<4 2 yellow 34 2 mixed 33 Oats 24V Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-260 $3.70 Butchers. 260-300 . 3.60 Prime butchers. 300-350 350 tacking Sows, 300-350 3.10 tacking Sows, 350-450 3.00 Packing sows. 450-500 2.7S-3.00 Light weight. 140 3.00 Light wegiht. Light weight. 3.20 3.50 0*0. 2 A cans 25c RICE 4 Ibs. - 19c WAX-RITE SELF-POLISHING Floor Wax _ A Pt. Can JVC WALDORF TISSUE 6 rolls 25c SCOT TISSUE 4. rolls 29c ANN PAGES AQ varieties PRESERVES £«* 15c ANN PAGES Jelly „?££ 2j£ 19c C I I GtUUn Devcrt OparKIC or Cl>oc. BAETLETT n Packei-g rears ^1 PEL MONTE Tuna Fish 2 test to get into the county finals. Then in the final, which was written, Marjorie came out supreme. She and Byron are now eligible to enter the interstate meet at Shenandoah. Other contestants were as from different districts: Irvington, Russell Kelly; LuVerne. Jack Holdcroft; Union, Joyce Mlttag; Burt. Doris Eutterfleld; oarfield, Ardis Movicfc; Plum Creek, Alice Johnson; Union, Dorothy Ault; Ledyard Consoli. dated. Alvira Halverson; Springfield, Harold Beenken; Buffalo Consolidated at Titonka, Margaret Ites. Ledyard, Catherine Bersohman; Wesley, Berton Hanson; Plum Creek, Evelyn Ramer; Irvington, Morris Pfeffer; Buffalo, Virginia Anderson; Wesley Parochial, Lillian Johnson; Portland, Harold Long; Swea City Cons., in Harrison, Kelvin Krumm; Bancroft Ind. in Sreenwood, Luella Duncan; Fenton Ind. Marie Pauerby; Penton Parochial, Edmond Cross; Rlverdale, Mary Runchey.l Plum Creek, Billy Paetz; Wesley, Lavonne Gerdes; Seneca Cons., Loretta Crowley; Greenwood, Margaret Lentsch; Portland. Lucille Bartlett; Grant Cons. Doris Briggs; Whittemore, Clintbn Rath; Lotts Creek, Amanda Kadlng; LuVerne, Evelyn Weber; Plum Creek, Virginia Jasperson; Lone Rock. Marjorie Jensen; Whittemore, Dorothy Mergen; Wesley, Ralph Carlson; Burt. Harold Weiske; Burt, Ruth Reed; Port- 160 180 ... Catfe Canners and cutters $1.00-$1.T5 Fat cows $2.00-$2.5C Calves $3.00-$4>.SO Fat Steers $4.00-$5.00 Stock Steers $2.50-$350 follows | Bulls $150-$2.25 Yearlings $250-$3.50 Citnm 22c Poultry Hens, large breeds lOc Leghorns hens 9c Heavy breed stags 7c Leghorn stags 5e Roosters 4c No. No. NEW CARS LICENSED Warner H. Werniersen, Corwith Chevrolet coupe. P. V. Janse, Algona, Chevrolet coupe O. H. Ogg, Algona, Chrysler sedan W. W. Casey, Algona, Pontlac coupe Martin A. Jensen, Algona, Chevrolet coach, Laurena Thllgeg, Bode, Pontlac sedan Joe Lynch, Bancroft, Chevrolet sedan Geo. Merkle, Livermore, Plymouth sedsn. John Grangenelt, St. Benedict, Chevrolet coach. Nettie Rohlin, Swea City, Ford sedan John Dreesman, Algona, Chevrolet coach. L. G. Gartner, Titonka, Dodge pickup Louis Wittenberg, LuVerne, Ford tu- or. R. E. Kain, Algona, Chevrolet sedan. Harold Sorenson. LuVerne, Chevrolet edan. John Arndorfer, St. Benedict Plv- mouth sedan. ' John coupe. Large Crowd Sees Indian Cager* £lay A very large crowd turned out to witness a post-season basketball game at St. Cecelia's academy between the St. Cecelia boys and Hie St. Francis mission team of South Dakota. The visitors won, 63 to 30. The mission team made a sensational effort to capture the national academy basketball crown at the recently concluded Catholic tournament in- Chicago. The Indians had not been defeated in two years of play until the entered the Chicago tournament. The score at fehe end of the half wa 2.8 to 10, in favor of the mission team Hasen. Dahlhauser, Kelly, Baker and Daiighan composed the academy quint Kelly led the scoring of the locals with six field goals. Wayne Wilson Weds in Mason City Wayne Wilson and Miss Ruby Weber of Mason City were married Saturday afternoon at the Congregational church in Mason City. Wayne is the son of George Wilson, Algona baker, and has made his home here at various times during the past years. He is employed by the Mason City Baking Co., In Mason City where he and h!s bride will make their home. Card of Thanks I want to thank all my neighbors and friends for fcheir kindness art* flowers.—Robert R. Smith. 1£ Kossuth to Get $667,730 Benefit payments to corn-hog signers in Kossuth county, during the spring and summer months, will tota about $587,730, government figures indicate. Merrill, Bancroft, Chevrolet MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED *" h Strayer, Burt, and Capitola ould, Algona, March 22. To the Voters I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Recorder, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the 1934 Primary Election. Your vote and support will be appreciated. Harley E. Bartlett 18-14 CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—logold oats. Good for seed. Early variety.—John Gerber, Algona. 13 FOR SALE—1929 Pontiac Coach.- Algona Auto Market. West of Court. House. 13 FOR SALE—Home grown red clover seed.—Henry Eischeid. Phone 24F12. 13-14 No. 10 ran 35c '„£ 13 or. can 25c 29c BORDERS Eatfe Brand Cond. EvapMilk 2 cans 3 5c BANANAS ............ 5 Ibs. 25c RADISHES ....... 2 bunches 9c TOMATOES ............. Ib. I5c Mina Smith Rites Held Here Saturday Funeral service were held at the Presbyterian church here Saturday for Mlna Grace Smith, 74, who died Thursday at the Kossuth hospital after a short illness. The Rev. A. English and the Rev. Carlson conducted the services. Burial was made in Irvington. FOR SALE—Used lumber, compo board and plaster board. Inquire Algona Hotel. 13 Lyon Awarded $75 1 Kenneth Lyons of Algnoa won the 175 at th« Call Theatre, Tuesday night, in the Bank Night drawing. Manager N. C. Rice Is offering another $25 next Tuesday. Five numbers were drawn before Lyon's name was called. The first four were not in the theatre, and the winner must be in the theatre or the lobby to obtain th« award. FOR SALE—Complete household furniture. Used only a short time. Also laundry stove and Simplex brooder stove.—Fred Schallln. Algona. 13* FOR SALE—Manchti soy beans; mini soy beans; wnjte blossom seed clover. —8. O. Keagle, Titonka, Iowa. 11-16* FOB SALE—1931 Ford coupe^-Algona Auto Mtrket. West of Court House. FOR Calhoun 8ALE-V i. 4P1|, r Red clover seed.- Algona. -Rons 11-tf FOR 8, Algona Auto House. Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 P. M., April 12th, 1934, for grading 62 miles of local county roads Involving approximately 450,000 cu. yds. of earth excavation. Bids will be received at the same time for the teason's supply of ga^JJUie or approximately 100,000 gallons. Bidding blanks and additional Information may be so- cured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. March 27lh, 1934 E. J. BUTLER, 13-14 County Auditor. Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscha Laundry. Phouc 2«7. 48-tf 926 Chevrolet coach.— arket. West of Cour* 13 FOR SALE—4 few new, all porcelain, coal range!. While they last $89.50— BJuatromts. 0-ti FOR SALE—1929 Chevrolet Coach,— Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 13 Save that cream with a Ve^ separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, *77.50. Terms—BjusUom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous Will your roof weather spring rains? Let us give you a free estimate on wood or fireproof roofs. No cost, no obligation.—Geo. L. Miller. Phone 109, Algona. ]3 WANTED—Four furnished rooms furnished house or unfurnished hoiue by April 1, or soon after. Call A. A Lyons, 304-W. 13* How Can I Get My Dollar's Worth We're all interested in doing the mo.-t po.-sihle with the money we have. Iiieh or poor, we all want at least one hundred pennies' return on every dollar we spend. Out- way to achieve that aim is to buy quality merchandise from reputable institutions. Study your stores in Algona and note how thoroughly they all m -et those requirements. Another way to enjoy greater ret urn fn.m your expenditures is to buy where you're -ure of reciprocation where you know that your money will come hark to you >o,,iier. There again, your hometown store lits the description. If you want your dollar's worth—in merehandise and in results, there's only one way to attain it—by doing ALL of your .shopping locally. That'.- the only way Algona can buy from you or pay your .salary. Today-- uive our .-lores a chance to show you real value and real prosperity at home —do all ycfur buying close to home. Easter at The Newest Coats FIT LIKE DRESSES Navy Wool Crepes These coats 'us tailored, so cleverly that they fit as slimly and smartly as dress* es—with raglao sleeves, high necks and Interesting belts. 12.85 19.75 Sports Tweeds These are in,the new ribbed wopto, heathery Vtwetda, and checked weaves tlMM^tof grand looking. Bigfo buttons, big belts! land a lot of chic.' 12.85 19.75 For Easter at CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Off-Face Hats They're fashioned in those new, shiny straws th.it look so smart and: Elaster-y. Some have perky quills, some are flower-trimmed, gome are plain. All head sizes, all colors, all styles. , For Easter at CHRISCHILLES & HERBST New Silk Blouses Prints, bright colors, pastels—in silk crepes and satins. New jabot styles—short sleeves—tuck-ins or over-blouse types. They are awfully fresh and smart! For Easter at Chrischilles & Herbst e re in w the Navy Now!" 8.95 12.85 19.75 Navy crepe, afternoon dress with sheer, crisp collar in white. Many new arrivals in sheer suits. I lei;w y dotted sheer in the new shirtwaist style— leather belt. For Easter at Swagger Garments Are Sweeping the Country 12.85 to 19.75 Swagger suits in navy and novelty weaves are here in all their stylish splendor. You'll like these swank- ish garments—just the tiling for your Easter outfit. Sizes 12 to 43—

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