The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1934 TURNBAUGH RITES HELD ON MONDAY THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER •April 4, .14 Inches rain 40 33 _ . _ _ , . „ April 5, .06 Inches rain 47 38 Death Came Saturday After A P m e 57 3* April Lingering Illness For Several Years Mrs. Henry Turnbaugh died suddenly Saturday at her home following a stroke. She had been in delicate health for several years and had been an invalid most of the last two years. Eliza Jane Springer was bom May 15, 1857, at Uniontown, Virginia. Her parents w«re Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Springer, Virginia farmers. She married Henry Turnbaugh on June 9, 1886, in Illinois, and she and her husband lived at Dwight, Illinois, until 1890, •when they moved to Iowa. Fourteen years later they came to Algona, where. Mr. Turnbaugh died in 1918. Since that time Mrs. Turnbaugh and her daughter, Myrtle have made their home together in the southeast part of the city. During her mother's declining years Myrtle has spared no effort to keep her mother comfortable and happy. Mrs. Turnbaugh enjoyed her flowers and until the last few years took an •active part in the gardening. Beside her daughter, Mrs. Turnbaugh la survived by a stepson, Albert Turnbaugh of Swea City. Five brothers and six sisters proceeded her in death. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at iwo o'clock from the home. Rev. Arthur 8. Hueser was in charge end Mrs. Hueser sang. The Rebekah lodge ceremony was also part of the service. A dollar spent for Henry Field Oar- den seed will raise $10.00 to $15.00 worth of food for your family. Raise your own groceries. Be sure you plant Henry Field's seeds. Qet them at the Gamble Store, Algona. 15 7 65 34 April 8 78 41 April 9 72 49 April 10 64 29 AtGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white * 37 2 yellow ,.-. -35 2 yellow 34 OnU ...." 25u, Hops-Sows Medium weight, 200-260 $3.40 Butchers, 260-300 3.30 Prime butchers, 300-500 355 Packing Sows, 300-350 2.70 Packing Sows, 350-450 2.60 Packing Sows, 450-500 2.50 Light weight 140 2.50 Light weight, 160 2.75 Light weight, 180 3.00 Cattle Canners and cutters $1.00-11.75 Fat cows $2.00-$2.50 Calves $3.00-$4.00 Fat steers $4.00-4540 Stock steers $2.50-350 BuSs $t.50>-$22S Yearlings $3.00-$4.0C Cream .19c Poultry Hens, large breeds lOc Cjeghorn hens 9c Heavy breed stags 7c Leghorn stags 5c .4c Roosters No. 1 .............................. 14e No. 2 .............................. lOc NEW CARS LICENSED International Harvester Co.. Algona, Int. Harvester truck. Edythe L. Dailey, Algona, Dodge sedan. Department Stores Spring Cleaning MEANS NEW CURTAINS With the arrival of wann spring days, NEW CURTAINS are uppermost in the minds of every honsewifc. We've planned this timely event accordingly, presenting the newest and smartest styles at Graham's lower prices. They're'Really Wide Curtains For 98c 59c-79c Thefts new hangings for cottage or kitchen are very attractive in printed voile with plain or printed ruffles—els piece seta in Green, Gold and Blue. Graham Value! Priscilla and Ruffle Curtains Two Select Styles AU mpde according to tur ^specifications—extra, wide— extra full ruffiei—special quality fabrics in newest spring colorings. I Novelty Ctnhioa Dot Printed MarqniaeUe Priscilla Cushion Dot Colored Ctwhion Dot Flounce Bottom Ruffle Curtains unlike anything you have ?ver seen before — Extra wide with unusually full wide ruffles and all the newest spring patterns. 49c Plain Voile Saab Cm-Ulna Printed Band 25c Cretonnes Are now in -.'Icuuuid S*e These Unusual Valuta! Rich unusual color blcnding.s und durable quality for tJi|j covers, hunging.s and jx)rdi COVLT.I, 36 wick*. Printed Marquisette, 40 inch, yd. _ 17c Rough Nets, 40 inches wide, yard 19c Fine Mesh Marquisette, ecru or cream - _ 25c Duplex Printed i crry *f\ n»ti, 49c Lace Panels •45 indies wide 98c Popular lace panel curtains like theiii will give freiih- ifcis to any living room. They're tailored <jf liigh qua! ity filet nets, 2Vi yards long. Shantung LACE PANELS wide . I. Fane; Marquisette 17c MARQUISETTE PANELS •10 inches wide 39c BOTARUS RUGS 5.95 Radiant Triangle Oil Mops O'Cedar Hops 1 AA triangle shape ** w ' Paper Cleaner 1A« Flashing Wonder 1 "^" I U>p ol hvJii. Window Shades (liven Tan 59c and 79c Axel M. Carlson, Wesley, Plymouth coach. M. T. McGuire, Algona, Int. truck W. A. Foster. Algona, Ford sedan. Peter Witt, Sp:ncer, Plymouth coach Cecil Gnlviri. Rorkford^ Plymouth coach. Mervln Christensen, Lone Rock. Chevrolet coupe. R. H. Schrengost. Lakota, Ford coupe. Emil Wester. Wesley. Chevrolet sedan. Dr. A. D. Adams, Algona, De Soto sedan. Ed Williams, Corwith. Dodge sec'an. Rena Hauptman, We.-ley, Chevrolet coach. MARRIAGE LICENSES Lyle Blair. Ledyard, and Battle Peterson. Swea City. April 10. Joseph Sternberg, Elmore. Minn., and Viola Schultr, Elmore, April 10. Kossnth Hosltal News Russell Larson of Algona had his appendix removed Thursday. Mrs. Alf Kresensky of Algona underwent a minor operation Friday. Mrs. Leonard Klocke of Wesley entered Saturday for medical treatment. Miss Grace Hayes of Titonka and Mrs. Oatman of Algona had their tonsils removed Monday. Jim Stacy of Algona underwent a major operation Tuesday. Donald Mathlson of Algona had his tonsils removed Tuesday. C. J. Smith of Algona entered for medical treatment Tuesday. Emma Spongberg who teaches In Stanley. Iowa, spent Saturday and Sunday with her Al Spongberg. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATK OF IOWA KOSSfTH rot'NTV. ss. Notice is hereby -riven tlint by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the rierk of the District Pour! of Knssuth County, Town, on n judjr- ment rendered In snM Court on the 3rd ilny of April. 1934. In favor of Lottie K. Peterson ns plaintiff, and ajralnpt North one half (NH> of lot five (!»> In •ick Forty four (44) Original Plat of .Alpona. Kosptith Count}*, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of One thousand, Two Hundred Nineteen and 19-101 <»121!>19) Dollar!" and costs, taxed at *>ixty seven and 53-100 <$67.53i Hollars and arrruinjr costs. I have levied upon the fcillowlnc deprrlhod real property as he property of the safd Frank Ver.i. Hazel M. Vera. et nl to satisfy snlil ^cution. to-wit: The North one half (N'i) of 1<>* " v<> '3) in niock forty our H41 Orlclnal Plat of AlRona. Kos- «iith County. lown. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof a* may be necessary to satisfy snM execution, with costs and accruing costs nt pubic auction, to the hlphest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 9th day of May, 19.14. nl the past door of ITic Cmirt In Alfrona. In Kossuth county. fa. nt the hour of 10 o'clock A. it. of d dav. when and where due pttend- nnce will be nlven by the under*l|irn»d. ••ated II.Is 9th day of April. 1»»«. At- . Sheriff of Kossuth County. lown. rtv CASKV LOSS. Deputy Van Ness & Htlllm-in, PlainiKT" orneys. Popular ojK'U weave* Marqiu- bctti;, 3 lucii Iruige moiu:Ltd r'in»l yuaiily window 30 indies wiut in uolh ti and 7 lu<jl. CXjIuplete with O So Easy House Brooiaii /'utir st-wc'd CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Potatoes, choice high yielding seed. Lowest prices. Table carrots, crisp and tender.—Ray McWhorter, Hurt. 15* FOR SALE—6 year old cow, fresh foon. —C. Cunningham, Sexton. 15* FOR SALE—N-?w building. 6x9 feet, floor and painted, good for kitchen or brooder house. First $35.00 takes it.— White's Grocery. 15 FOR SALE—About 350 bushels of yellow corn. Located in Plum Creek township. 40c a bushel. Inquite this office. 15-tf FOR SALE—Maytag motor. Call 2F131. 15« FOR SALE—Two upright and one grand reclaimed pianos in this vicinity, can be bought at a sacrifice. If Interested, write at once to Kimball Distributors. Box 291, Port Dodge, Iowa. 15-16 FOR SALE—1933 Ford V-8 Tudor, like new, $465—Kent Motor Co. 15 FOR SALE—1931 Uprd tudor, extra good. $385.—Kent Motor Co. 15 FOR SALE/—Chevrolet panel, good, $145.00.—Kent Motor Co. FOR SALE—1927 Chevrolet coach, good shape, $50.—Kent Motor Co. 15 I'Lut iniibi OfcLIVEKlU $AA50 *^><r>t lit and see the %J5f — — l-rigiduire thai actually opcraic* on lest current thin one ordinary limp bulb — Ui«t pay* for it- st |f 40 quJtVJy by ibe iavings it make* possible. Here are a few features of tJbis trigidaire '54: Automatic defrosting — you don't have to remember to turn it ua again alter defrosting. Automatic ice tray release — the ice trays glide from the freezer at a fiugei touch. A frozen storage con-part- inent. Unusually large food space with extra ptotisiou for tall buttles. Lifetime Porcelain inferior. Gleaiu- iug Uulux exterior finish. Thousands of \toinen already are boasting, "Ours is a irigidairc 'j-i." f.lEIU TEAR THE BEST OF THE fEAB FRIGIDAIRE'34 4 PBOOUCI OF ytHERU MOTORS BJUSTROM'S (ia.s and Electric Appliances FOR SALE—German peat moss *2.50 per full bale. Chick starter $2.00 per cwt., feed-er free.—Algona Flour and Feed Co. 14-15 FOR SALE—1929 Pontlac Coach.— Algona Auto Market. West of Cour; House. 15 FOR SALE—Manchu soy beans; Illlnl soy beans; white blossom seed clover. —S. G. Keagle, Tltonka. Iowa. 15-18* FOR SALE—1931 Ford coupe.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 15 FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. White they last $89.50.—Bjustrom's. 6-tf FOR SALE—1928 Chevrolet coach.— Algona Auto Market. West of Cour*. House. 15 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous A new service. Henry Field's nursery ;tock, field seeds and garden seeds •ight here for your selection. Don't wait. Buy Field's famous quality while jrioes are still reasonable.—Gamble Stores, Algona. 14 Exclusive Coryell —70— deaVer franchise now available in Iowa Falls and few other select cities. Moderate investment necessary. Coryell —70— products at reduced prices are meeting a growing demand and offer real profit opportunities. Communicate with L. L. Coryell it Son, Lincoln, N<ebr. or Coryell Station at Algona. 15 Lost-Found LOST—A pet brown beret. Return to this office please, and we'll «?e that the owner gets it. 1! LOST—Small imitation leather case in Plum Creek vicinity. Contained valuable records. $1 Reward. Bring to Algona Upper Des Moines office. 16 LOST—19x4.75 tire and rim Algona und Wesley. Notify Edmund Loeblg, Swiff, Station, Alcona for r»- ward, 14 Wanted WANTED—Work repairing or clean- Ing up electric motors or electrical appliances.—Julian Arndorfer, 421 North Woriter. No HALF-STARVED lawn can thrive GIVE it a chance to do its ln-stl Feed your lawn (he square meal fur all plants — Vigoni. Complete, balanced. 4 lljs. per 100 MJ. ft. will bring amazing resulUl It is clean, odorless, easy to use —and inexpensive. VIGORO W "Tli. Squar. M*al" FOR LAWNS AND GARDENS This product is sold in 5 and 10 Ib cartons and 25, 50 and 100 Ib. bags How many pounds do you n&ed? 8ol< exclusively by the ALGONA GREENHOUSES Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATK OF IOWA. KitSSt'TH COUNTY. •=«. Notice Is ticrfliy plvi'ii that by vlrtno <^f Spcrin 1 Kxorutltirt <Hrrrto<l to mo from DIP < Irrk of lli<> Hl*«rlot Cmirl of Ko^suth County, town, on a J'ulR- mom rrmH'rc*! In .«nl»l Court on tho Sr<) tiny of April. 1!>.1J, In favor of The Tra- vrtors TnMirrtnro Compnny ft« plrtfntlfT. tint) npnlnM Hobort 1.. (Mirtl* nml Vprs K. Cnrtis. jointly anil severally t\.«* tlo- fomlrtntn. f»r tl.o sum of .SPVfi) Thnu- sumi Five Hnmlrrd Sixty Two nnrt II- 100 <»7,SfiM4> Oollnrs nnil rost,«. ta*r<! nt One Hnnilrrrt Thirty seven nmi 97-100 IJ1.1T.9T> Hollnrs nml nrrnilnjt costs, 1 have levleil upon the following «!iv«rrlh- o.l rent properly ns the property of the suit! Hubert I. rm-tls nn<1 \>ra K. Corti.». rt «1 to s.ttlsfy MM execution, to\vlt: THo Kast Unit of the SiMlthenst (Jnnrter ( K <4 SK<4> of seetlon thirty <.1(M Township Om> Umnlrcd (100> North. R«n«r ttventy-elslit (2S1 West of flip St?i r. M. Kossiitli County, Jown, And I will proepprt to foil f>«l<1 property, or 50 much thereof us may he neo'e?«ary to sntisfy srtl»1 execution, \vlth cost? anil nrcruinit ooM«> M puMIe rtno- (Ion to the l.lsrlter hlil.lpr for rush. !n hnn.l. on the Mh <l»y of May. 1934. nt the enst door of thp Co»rt Ilmiso In Al- ponn. In Kos>m)th county, town, nt thp hour of 10 o'clock, A. M.. of snlil dny. when ami where due sttendanpp will bp Riven hy the un<lerslttned. Pate.t this l<Hh da\- of April. 1S34. OARt, IVAHMIAI'SRR. Sheriff of Kossnth County, lown. Rv CASBV I.OSS. ivpnty. llarrlncton * IA^WP. rinlntlff's Attorney. 15-18 Notice of Probate of Will No. 3836 in District Court, April term, 1934, suite of Iowa, Kossuth county, s*. You are hereby notified, that an in- •towment of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Eliza Jane Turnbaugh, deceased, dated May 19, 1919. having been this day filed, op- Tied and read, the 9th day of May, 1934. is fixed for hearing prqpf of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said couny, or th« Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and requred to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and illowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. April 10, 1934. E. J. MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. Sullivan, McMahon <fe Linnan, attorneys. 15-18 Cut-Rate GROCERY Week End Specials 1 Urge box Oatmeal 2 pkgs. Gloss Starch 5 Ib. ba* Corn Meai 3 cans Cleanser 1- 15c can K. C. Baking Powder 1 can Pink Salmon 1 Quart MtnUz-d 2 cam Otoe Spaghetti 1/2 Ib. Hcnhey 1 pk«. Puffed Bice 1 Ib. Coowt 2 pkf*. En Noodle* 3 boxes lUaMtea 3 fkf*. Washing Powder 2 pkc*. A. & M. Soda 3 bars Hardwater Soep 1 Ib. Tea Slttinc* I If*, box Soap Chip* 1 Jar Dried Bert 3 Ibs. Navy Beans 1 can Wlfwam Syrup 3 Seedless Grape Fruit 1 H>. Jar Preserves 3 Ibs. Rice 2 bottle* Red Cherries 2 pkgs. Spaghetti 3 pkj«. Jell Powder 2 Ibs. Pop Corn 6 bars Laundry Soap Z cans V. C. Pork A BeaiM 1 Ib. Black Tea '/i Ib. Cocoanut !/i Ib. Black Pepper 1 can Bartlett Pears Z cans Lye 3 pkg*. Garden Seed No. 2 Lamp Chimney '•Busiest Little Store in Town." I: Stoves 1 Usonia stand on legs with r*- bervolr; 1 Majestic; 1 Monarch; I South Bend; Dining room and Kitchen chairs. Furniture Exchange 1 Place East of Library Kuthryn Misbaeh spent Uie w<*k end In AlRorm visitinjr her father. Joe Mls- baeh ftnd brother. I*l«ht«n. Kftthryn is trne-hlngr «t Alvord. Town, and h«s been rr-?le«tcd for the coming year. Leigh ton took her back Sunday rven- In«r- Here's » date for your calendar— Friday, April 13th. That's when Gamble's Huge Spring Sate starts In SOW Northwest towns—Valve Cores. 6 for 9c; >4 nt. top dressing, IZc; Motor Oil, qt. 8c plus le Federal Tax; % m. Oftrderr Hose, 4%c per ft. 15' CC#K^ Scotties GUARANTEED MINERAL CRYSTALS From Mineral Wells, Texas. $1.50 value for $l--Why Pay More? | Lusby's Drug Store Q&&l3GaM&^^ 0&&&&&tttt&ai0&Q&aa^^ Shelton Permancnts JYy our Shelton Wave and have your hair come down soft and natural. Kvri-y wave is guaranteed, and our prices are rea- M-nable. MILADY'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 127 Sue Morlan, Prop. QO&&XM&£&i2^ The Talk of the Town Our new line of banquet and summer print dresses are the "talk of the town." Everybody te commenting on the beautiful, charming new frocks that are so different from anything you have seen. You'll like them too—they are sd distinctive. There are light colored, pastel summer dresses, with and without jackets with dainty touches of lace and organdy; there are light ground prints, with and without Jackets for all 'round summer wear. And there are the navy und black sheer suits, always so practical for summer wear in the car. This is an entirely new lino, just bought in Chicago for the "busiest 7'cady-to-wear department in Algona." You'll be surprised at the very reasonable prices—exclusive styles at bargain prices. Come in this week while assortments are complete and select your new dress. And if you are interested in banquet frocks, you'll find much of special interest here. There are Sunday night lengths and organdys and a host of oilier light, airy dresses which will appeal to your style-tastes. Priced S.95 $ 8.95 10.95 Special This Week , (iroup of 25 wool \Kgor Knits— Navy and novelty weaves—sixes 14-KM8-20—silk lined jackets. A very special pnr- chiise—and an extra value—these are the outstanding values of the season. / -fSJI 9 No Jinx on Friday, the 13th This Week Shell Will Offer For The First Time Its New Super-Charged Gasoline at the regular price—Watch 'em go to the Shell Station after one trial. ShelT Service Station Corner McGregor and Phillips St. Chas. Hoffman, Mgr. Phone 142

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