The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1934 Spring Hardware Floor Wax, 1 Ib. can 39c Guaranteed quality <>r your money back. 1 pt. cans liquid wax 35c Brush to apply liquid IWax 25c Garden Rakes, all malleable head 85c Hoes 65c to $1,00 Spading Forks, heavy bent handle $1.00 Poultry Netting in both 1 and 2" mesh from 1 ft. to 6 ft. -high. (Jet our prices on this netting be- f or you buy. Garden Sets, 2 trowels, 8" weeder, 3 for ___25e Ironing boards ___$1.45 Tliroe leg, pond quality Sand shovel, long handle, fully polished _$1.25 Roller skates, ball bear ling 95c Chick Waterers for a Fruit Jar, each 5c 18" Chick Feeders .15c 2 gallon Waterers _60c Many other items for poultry raisers priced right. 4-tine manure forks _$1 Fish Line Reels $1 GO yd. rapacity, bakelite cap. Fish line, 50 yds. ___85c High grade U. S. line. Steel fish poles 75c-$3.50 2 burner Oil Stove Oven, lined, full size __$3.25 Brooder Stoves, Martin automatic, for house 10x12 $15.00 Kohlhaas & Spilles WHY HYGENO Poulty Litter Is Outstanding llygeno Poultry latter has met the requirements 'demanded by the most exacting poulrrymeii heeause: 1. It to sanitary. Z. It Is absorbant. 3. It will not born readily. 4. It Is thoroughly treated with an antiseptic. 5. It does not retain anil absorb filth. 6. It will retain heat or warmth on the floor of the brooder house. 7. Chicks, turkey ponlts and laying hois will not eat H. 8. It is free from moulds and dost. 9. It Is durable. 10. It Is not expensive. One trial of this sensational poultry litter will prove every one of the above mentioned features so essential in a complete litter. Tt is not, necessary for us to make extravagant claims on behalf of IFy- geno Poultry Litter. The product speaks for itself. Try our Cluck Starter. It is absolutely iirst grade aud will save you money. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. At the M. & St. L. Elevator. for the Bride's FIRST HOME Any bride will welcome the special values which we'are featuring this month in furniture groupings for every room. You can be sure of enduring quality and beauty when you choose those important tirst home furnishings here. And our prices are so reasonable that they'll lit even the most modest little budget. Don't miss our model rooms! Special Offer of a Complete 3-ROOM OUTFIT 1!) pieces to charmingly furnish a living-room. <im- ing room and bedroom in elegant style. Only ,$225 includes 9x12 I rug spring & lattress. Wnodrow Snrchct is working in the' -.'.n Standard Oil stntion. Hnrriet Connelly of Des Motnc." wis n R\vst of hrr cousin. Iln Leffer'. Sunday. Bculy Orton hns been ill for several days with gland trouble nnd has been absent from school. Miss Catherine Burns of West. Union, Town, spent the week end with hi".' brother. ,7. D. Burns. Miss Blanche Maland and Miss Mary Carson of Elmore were guests of Mrs. V. V. Naudnin Friday. Mildred Johnson of Chicago Is here visiting her sister. Mrs. Robert Dutton and other Algona relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison spont Monday and Tuesday in Minkato on business and also visited relatives. Betty Backus returned Sunday from Dubuqus where she had been visiting relatives for a week or ten days. Ed Holecok of the Radio Shop. Harry Nolle and son, Fernlcy and Ralph [Donovan spent Monday in DCS Moin- cs. | Mrs. Hattie Miller of Cutbank. Mon- Inna, arrived Saturday for a few days visit at the home of her son. Max Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runchcy returned Sunday after ten clays tit Brad- gnte due to illness of the lattcr's mo .her. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. PeU'otn.k r.nd children visited the lattcr's parents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Martindalc in Boone. 01 Sunday. P. J Moran of Chicago, brother o Mrs. Nellie McMahon visited with her over the week tnd, leaving for his home Monday. After being quarantined for a month for fcarlet fever, County Attorney Maurice C. McMahon nnd wife wrr:' released Friday. Mr. and Mr.s. M. O. Richards and family of Lone Bock were guests of the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Richards, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Pobin anii daughter, Mary Virginia, nf vinlon, Iowa, were visitors at the A. A. Lyon home over the week end Herbert French is able to be out ngain after n siege with pneumonia. He expects to resume his work at the Botsford Lumber yard n-'xt week. n:v. A. English nnd Rev. C. Paul Carlson returned Wednesday from Jof- fcr.son where they had attended Presbytery Tuesday and Wednesday. Lament, little- son of Mr. and Mr.s. L. L. Wellendorf. fell from his bed on Wednesday night of last week, breaking his collar bone, but is now doing nicely. The A. T. Tweet family are moving soon into the Young apartments on South Jones street. They are now living in the Wm. Aman house on N. Colby street. Messrs, and Mesdamcs Wll Taylor, and Frank and Charles Harvey were at Wesley Monday attending the fun- ral of Mrs. Frank Harvey's brother- n-law. Mr. Lo-'big. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth and child ren, Billy and Mary Ann, spent the day Sunday with another daughter, Eleanor who la taking nurses' training In St Mary's hospital at Rochester. Paul Hutchlns, teacher in the Oil- more City schools, visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, Sunday. Minnie Angle, now of Fort Dodge, visited Anna Capcslus Sunday. Angle Peterson of Des Moines wa-s a guest of June Adelle Aman over the Mrs. Godfrey G- ilrnfeld. who lirnko ier Irg. Is Improving nicely. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Brnnor were Ma- ,cn Citv callers last Saturday. Mr nnd Mrs. Wm. Dan and children wer? guests of Mrs. Dan's parents in Swra City Sunday. Mr and Mrs. M. J. BiifTy visited with .ricnds nnd relatives in West Bend nnd Whittpmore Sunday. Mrs. M. J. Qulnn arrived home Satur;»y after a three months' visit with he.- ornther in Hull. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aalfs of Akron Iowa, visited with their son. ClifT nnd wife, Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Arlo Daw-son of Weslov wore guests at the Henry Becker hnm Sunday afternoon and evening. Veronica nnd Naomi Kevwnck o ac'e Grove were pwtss of their bro ther, Dr. John Keneflck and wife. Sun day. Mr and Mrs. Harold Lnmpright nnr Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bliley visited Mr and Mrs B. E Binkert of Forest City 01 Sunday. Messrs. and Mesdamos F. L. Millr and E C. WHklns accompanied GrorE? L Mllirr of Alsjona to St.. Paul Stinda; lo visit. Mrs. Burt Hnrwood of CInrion return cd to her home Monday after a visit over the week end with hrr friend. Mrs Henry Becker. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbcrt, Mrs. H. C. Barms of Rolfe. Mrs. Cidnoy Lnird and Elmer Dole were visitors in Drs Moines Friday. Mrs. J. Biggins and granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain of Fort Dodge visited the latter's father, Marvin Cain, over the w:ck end. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer HoHcnmp are the proud parents of a healthy girl which was born at the Kossuth hospital Inst week Wednesday. Mrs. C. F. Erickson of Minneapolis nrrlvcd ths first of last week at the home of her brother-in-law, O. W. Erickson for an indeflnte stay. Mrs. Holman Anderson, Mrs. Antone Anderson and Mrs. D. A. Barnnrd visit td the former's mother. Mrs. Sonner- holm in Crystal Lake Thursday. Gertrude Long and Irene Dalziel visited Arba Deo Long, Marguerite Dal- zicl nnd Brrnice Harrington, students at Grinnell college, over the week end. Wayne Bjastrom. ten ycnr old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. BJustrom, was taken ill with the chicken pox Monday. A daughter, Dorothy, also had the dis- Huth Stnkos of Minneapolis visited ier parents. Mr. and Mr?. G. n. Stokos ;ist \vc~k rnd Mr=. F. L. Thorp- and Mrs. P. V. Tnnsr wore Fort Dodne visitors yester- Iny i Wednesday i. Rev. Horrner was railed to Whiting, w^rre he was formrrlv naMor to officiate at a funeral. Mrs. Peto Salsbury of F.mmotsburg ,is n ijuest, of her sister. Mrs. Dwlght Webstrr. Wednesday. "Flash", the well known Irish «ettT jelonging to Gail Towne. was poisined last Saturday, and dird. Bernior and Irene Swensen of Lti- Verne nnd Ange Roorcia of Clear Lake were guests of Mrs. F. L. Thorpe over he \vox-k end. Mrs. Chester Ixing nnd son. Junior, were released Tuesday from quaian- tlne. Junior having had a light case of scarlet fever. Peto Smith, accompanied by hi.' daughter and granddaughter of F,m- nietfbiirg. were visitors at the H. N Webster homo Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Twotrood wil leave today for Iowa City for a shor' visit before going to DCS Moines (o attend tho Drake Relays over the wool? end. Melznr Falkenhnlner. Gone Murtn"! nnd Forest Twogood retunfod Sundnj from Cliicngo nnd Cincinnati. wh"r they hnd cone on n business trip th previous Wednesday. H. C. Klamp has boon quite ill recent ]y but at this writing is somewhat 1m proved nnd nblo to sit up In n chnir His daughter. Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, hn been taking care of him. Mrs. Joe Bloom returned from S Paul Saturday evening ntfer visitliif together with her son. Richard, wlM her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Me lamed, for a month. Joe drove to Ma son City, whero he met her Saturdn evening. Mr .and Mrs. O. W. Stillman an daughter, Ann, visited Mrs. S'.iUmnn mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland at Max wvii over the wee kcnd. They also attended the funeral of Mrs. StllhnaiVs cousin, who was killed in an auto accident in Washington, D. C. Have you Ixen wanting n CroqtiiRnole <->r "Push Up" w;»ve but yrur liair is long or too fine vour waver hcftt.ates in dive vmi one. We iinv- the ncv Holirone spiral push up that will curl n her Inns or -hort hair rORardlc.« of its texture. This is the first ininrovement in n :.piral mould in sevn vesrs nnd enable? us to Rive you a combination wave with lots of curly ends that will blend perfectly with CromilfrnoK • SPECIAL PRICE ON CROQUIGNOLE WAVES We specialize in Oemtine Eugene. Zo'ns. Realistic and Helicons Waves Helena Rvibenstcin Cosmetic Special. 1 ; S1.00 Powder C_-_;«l C1 Jt- 00 B««nty Ornins SI.OO Rons* OpCClal 4>1 Sl.OO o:en.nsln R Cream yVV\WW.WWVVArVVVV^^ New Permanent Waves : Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe | > Phono 803 Aljfotw. Iowa. J WWWJWJWWfJW^^ Sports Clothes are Moth Bait Because . . Margaret Habogar. Margaret Vignrs. listher Dnnrchs and Ella Zumach. shi- tcnts at Iowa Teachers College in CV- lar Falls visited at their homos Satur- !ny nnd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton were among those who enjovcd the fishing at Medium Lake at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Rolfe, lowu, arrived Wednesday for a visit with her daughters. Mrs. George Elbcrt. nnd Ber- nadlnc Barnes. Mrs. Elbert took Mr.s Barnes back to Rolfe Saturday and visited there until Sunday evening. Mrs. Abncr Long and mother, Mrs Ruth Jackaon vial ted relatives In Ex ra. Iowa, and Storm Lake nnd Spen ccr from Thusrday to Saturday of las wvek. Mrs. Jackson is visiting he- laughters. Mrs. Long and Ruth Jack son. now. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE CO. "Where Furniture Sells for Less," Notln thrive br»t on armies that arc nut used constantly. Before you pack away votir winter (or unpack your summer) Sports Clothes — have them treated with - UFfTJME MOTHPROOF Modem Dry Cleaners phone 537 week tnd. June Adelle and Calhcrin Selzer took Miss Peterson us far ns Fort Dodge Sunday on her way homo. Mrs. Sadie Cavannaugh, daughter Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, and children, Mary Elizabeth and Evelyn, and Lloyd Keith visited another dnuRtvtirr of the former, Mrs. E. W. Benson In Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. Holnvs spent Sunday nnd Monday in Cedar Rapids vL-HliiR with friond-s. Mrs. Holmes' son Wilfred and his wife of Chicago, also visited the same friends in Cedar •Rapids during that time. Don Hutchison returned Sunday nftor spending the week end with his wife and two daughters who arc visiting Mrs. Hutchison's parents in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Hutchison and children will return this coming week tnd. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Fierce of Tingley and thMr dauRhter, Mrs. L. A. Dalbey and daughter, Linda Lee of Mount Ayr, visited at the H. V. Hull home from 'hursday until Sunday. Mrs. Hull is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fierce. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and child- en drove to Mullard Sunday to visit Joynt's parents, Mr. and Mrs V. P. lieindors. From there the two milKs drove to Gilmore City to vis- t Mrs. Joyni's brother, Will Heinder.;, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and children of Webiter City sspent Sunday at Ve A. A. Sterling hom« and Mi's. Carl •Mt-lder of Web-ti-r City cam • Monday .;> spend a few days with Mrs. A. A. SterlniK and family. The throe ladle;, .re .sisters. ' * A Ki'ou!) of ladies drove to Wi-s-.K-:, 1 en Friday night und hciix'd ID in.-!ull nf- liccrs there in the IU-bi-kah loris; . l'h"hi' who w<'iu wiTt: Mrs. A. W. b'.-luvnci- I) D. K. Mr-. C. C Wright. Mr* Ci. C!. liart ii, Mrs. Ikiiry Lund and Mrs. Wm. Uehiurt. Mr.-. D. D. Monlux re-turned Sunday evening from Clinton, Iowa, wheiv she attended the Women's Missionary stillL- conftrenco meeting last wty-k. Mrs. Monlux has. been secretary of tlie conference for two y:ars and was reelected. Saturday she gave a talk on Problems of Our Work. Earl Bradley, professor of schools at Muscatine. brought his mother, Mrs. A. D. Bradley, home Monday from Correctionville aft;-r spending the winter i with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Chilly. Mr. Chilly, whose back was broken in a car accident some time ago is slowly recovering. He is out of the cast and Is abli to turn over in bed. L. E. Linnan and L. J. Nelson drovi: to Rochester Sunday where they vi.-it- ed P. H. Oberman who recently underwent an operation there for gall stones. Mr. Oberman was formerly Ueld man for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. In this locality. He t-xpects to be in the hospital in Rochester until some time the first of next week. Sue Morlan left Saturday afternoon for ludiauapolls. Indiana, w attend 't meeting at the Kainbow Beauty school She will also visit her mother. Mis E. Morlan and sister, Opal, at Brazil, Indiana, and will brinjt them, back with hi-r ft the end of this week. Mrs. Median and Opal will visit witli Sue Mo:- lau and another daughter, Mis. Bert, Deal aud also a daughter in Gra.t- tingf-r this summer before reluming Basket Grocery Algona's Finest Food Store APRIL 26 TO 28 INCLUSIVE Our L«w Prices make it easy for you to pay tin: sales tax. Our qualify merchandise is attracting more cii.stoniers each day. Bing Cherry Salad 1 No. 1 can Monarch Black Bing Cherries 1 package Monarch Haspixrry Gelatine Dessert 4 oz Monarch Stuffed Olives •s Pound Salt-ed Almonds 'Open nnd pit cherries. Slici' olives in rings, halve almonds Mix Gelatine Dessert in usual way and allow to cool, then add Cherries, olives and nuts. Chill »nd serve on lettuce leaf with a topping of whipped cream. RED PITTED CHERRIES, Red Brand, Heavy pack, No. 10 can Gold Medal, "kitchen tested" Flour, 49 Ibs. $2.06 Gold Medal "kitchen tested" Flour, 24% Ibs. $1.04 Unista Flour, (milled and guaranteed by Gold Medal) 24% pounds 80c; 49 Ibs ---------- $1-55 Candy Bars, 3 for lOc Grape Nuts 17 r Flakes, 2 pkgs. __- 1IC ( Free Post Toasties, •J hn-gi- pkgs Minute Tapioca, per pkg. _^^_~- lie Oat Meal, «»<) 11). bags 2.45 Dicadoo Paint Cleaner, Ige. pkg. Jello, per pkg. Cake Flour, Swaiisdmvn, 23c Fruit Cocktail, Monarch KYgular. ! )c caii> _____ Wall Paper Clean er, per can ..... ----- 12Mc I5c Johnson's Wax, Li(|iiid or Paste, QUALITY MEAT Homemade Bologna, per pound 15c Beef Tenderloin, Ib 25c Hormel's Hams, whole or half, Ib 18c Boneless Pig Feet, Pt. 19c, quart 30c Try Iloriiid's (Jradc Beef for liner ilavor and tenderness. PUBLIC SALE Saturday, April 28, at 1:00 P. M. Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona, Iowa At our Saturday Sale we will sell our usual am omit of live stock. consisting of horses, cattle, chickens, hogs and poultry. All kinds of furnituit including a number of ice boxes. If you are looking for an ioe box. don't forget tliis oflcring. Full line of farm macluaery. TERMS—Cash. No property to be removed until titled for C. O. RIDDLE, Auctioneer PuvUiou East of C. & N. W. Depot. Farmers-Attention! As t.ho se-.'ding season advances you kinds of seeds, nnd we !\re prepared with n complete stock of— Sudan Grass Rape Seed Soy Beans Flax Seed Cane Seed Blue Grass Seed White Clover Seed Alsike Clover Seed are iroini? to need ninny different to take care of your requirements Med. Red Clover Mam. Red Clover W. B. Sweet Clover Dwarf Sweet Clover Timothy Seed Alfalfa Seed Ear. Ohio seed Potatoes Irish Cobbler Potatoes and a full lino of Bulk and Package Garden and Flower Seeds. We carry the most complete line of Poxiltry Feeds and Supplies ot nny Feed Store In northern Iowa. Red Top Start Mash $2 II Rolled Oats $2.75 No Corn Chix Feed 2.25 |l German peat moss S2.50 and many other articles you will need. Algona Flour &Feed Co. ^•^ . . • m 1 i~l f <^ 120") South Phillips St. 257 Now is the time to get that summer oil and grease —an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Full Line of Oils Priced as low as, per gal, *• (In quantity lots) Full Line of Grease Priced as low as, per Ib, * ( In quantity lots) lOc 8c Try a tankl'ul of ('orycll's 70, new summer tfaso- line, and he convinced that a national advertising campaign or premium prices are unnecessary to obtain a good fuel. CORYELL Service Station One Block South Iowa Bank Corner 5 ^^^^^^^^ ! Page •••••••••••••••••I immmmmmmummmmmmum Sherlock Holmes He asked for it So here goes! In tin; u^iuil roujul of uin-mptinij to trll biuiuii-.v> men why tlu-y hmx- au ud 111 thf p:ipi-r. we got into tin- quarters ol H. J>. Clii|j.-.uddl«r, ov<i«x-r of Clupp'ii Ma^u-r ai-rvict-—you know the pluce— just, webl ol the c;;ur;hoiu>e square. H. I>. sells Goodric:i cord-s, und WUlard baluTU*. urid lu'U waili anything from that old "Silver Slrt-ak" tYunklin of I'JH vintage wliich hi; itsurrccled Iroin some place or other, up to Doc Crflzmtyfr's lung, skek iiulace on wht-eb or U>->c SL-anliin'6 trunl wheel dnvt- job. We u^keil tor an ad. lie told UA to go ahead and write it ourselves. Ail lit: ^uld wuj, tell \m I'm t-xuectms iOiiu-lliillB, and *uuld not g'J a word further, so we don't know wlu-lher Uie (ioodricli company u> going to brina out an airlufis tire ur Wiilard a waterier battt-ry or what the sum lull is in the wind. An ad like tliU Is one that JUILHH-- Neville should be writing, but alter reading JinmiK-'s words on dresses we hesitated to ask him lur anotlivr OIK- of such n mysterious nature. Anyway. Clapp's Master Service is embroiled in something mysterious. and maybe nt-xt week \vx;'ll be able to U.-11 you more about it Tlutt is. if Clapp will k-t us in the place the IK-XI time we go ilv.nv What's the Surprise dapsaddle ?

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