The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1934 THREE WIN $25 AT CALL THEATRE TUESDAY NIGHT Kenneth Frankl, Mrs. Joe Oreenberg, and A, W. Dimler Lucky Justin Torgensen of Bode, had he teen among the large crowd present, would have received the $150 last Tuesday night which was given nt the Call Theatre. Every Tuesday the Call Theatre has Bank Night and $25.00 is given to the person whose number is drawn. Failure of the persons whose number was drawn to be there had Jacked the amount up to $150.00. Num- fcprs were drawn, however, nutil three people who Were present had received $25.00 each. The lucky recipients were Kenneth Frankl and Mrs. Joe Oreen- berg of Algona, and A. W. Dimler of LuVerne. Other names drawn were: Boots Fleming of Whlt- temore, T. J. Forbes of Wesley, May A. McDonald of Burt, F. W. Jentz of Fenton, Miss Nell Wise of Sexton, Law- pence Miller of LuVerne, Robert Dillon of Des Moines, F. Czapp of Algona, Mrs. C. T. Williams of LuVerne. LuVerne Juniors, Seniors Banquet At Humboldt LuVerne: Tiic annual junior-senior banquet of tJie LuVerne high school was held at the Humota coffee shop in Humboldt Friday evening, under the supervision of Miss Hazel Leupold. The room was ripcornted in Japanese fashion. The tables were very pretty with bouquets of lilacs, tulips land other flowers. The following program was given with Vernon Lang, toastmaster: rrsponse. Richard Nivcr; Lighted Lanterns, Miss Leupold; Torie Gate. Ellen Neal; Forget-Me-Not. Richard Niver; Mt. Fujiyama, Otis Farrell; solo, Mrs. Opal Morrison; Chrysanthemums, Phyllis Lichty Mikadoes. Supt Alexander Evans; Ode to Senior. A theatre party was enjoyed after the banquet. New Golf Links Earl Crouch Loses 150 Chicks in Storm Plum Creek: It would be hard to tell alf the damage Saturday's storm did In these parts. Windmills, silos and small buildings were blown down on numerous farms and a larg™ number of trees uprooted. At the Earl Crouch home 150 small chicks were killed when their brooder house was blown away. to Open Sunday The newly organized Brookstde golf course was supposed to have been opened last Sunday, but was postponed due to bad weather. It is hoped to be ready by next Sunday. New members are joining every dav and it Is thought that if memberships continue Increasing at their present rate there may be a line drawn on the applications for memberships. President Earl Mason urges that anyor.e who wishes to join get in touch with Claude Smith at once. Interest Is rapidly Increasing in the newly formed club and out of town visitors have commented in the possibilities of a large membership. The ground has been rented outright and is fenced in to be kept up by a rrgular custodian. Miss DeEtta Gross of Rockford, Iowa Is a visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs. Carl Albright. Mrs. Frenchey Haldeman stepped on a nail one day last week and suffered severe pain for several days. Jeanne Altwegg and Helen Witham left Saturday for Volga City where they wjll visit at the home of Helen's pur- ents. The Elmer Jasperson family spent Sunday at Nora Springs where they visited Mrs. Jasperson's parents, the Gto. Balls. Mrs. C. R. Robinson of near Algonn and Genevleve Altwegg of Burl were visitors Sunday at the Wm. AUwegg home. Mrs. Sadie Hapkins entertained the Plum Creek social and literary club on Wednesday. It was a guest day one o'clock luncheon. Mr. Kinney of Spenoer visited th? Sunday School at center school house Sunday and preached an Interesting Krmon afterwards. /Kenneth Beebe of Carroll is spending some time at the homes of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Schlck, Jr., and uncle, Albert Metager. He returned wilh the Albert Metzger recently when visited the Beebee at Carroll. they LOCAL NEWS Forest Twogood left for Iowa City Tuesday and will spend a few days there. Dr. R. M. Wallace. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer and Dr. M. G. Bourne attended the medical meeting m Des Moines last week. A. L. Long recently purchased the Melzar Haggard lots on East McGregor street and it is understood that he plans to Improve them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tubbeslng and son, Donald, and Mrs. McDougall spent Sunday here at the Wallace McDougall home. Margaret Habegar, Ella Zumach, Esther Dearchs, all students at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end at their homes here. Jeanne Altwegg and Helen Witham left Saturday morning for Volga City, Iowa, for a visit with Helen's parents and from there will continue to DCS Moines. Former Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Tuesday evening. They have one other child, a son Eldon. Miss Jacobson of Britt is caring for Mrs. Hovey. "Aunt Jen" Wadsworth returned from Birmingham, Alabama, where she has been visiting her son, Archie Bushnell, for the past six months, Thursday. Her More Specials '} Thurs., Fri., Sat, May 17,18,19 Here is a list of specials, some new, some held over from last week, which should bring the crowds in this week, as they did last week. Remember this is the store where you always find tlie crowds— there's a reason. Grenadine curtains, cream ground with medium sized cushion dots in assorted colors, Prttciila or flounce styles— a very beautiful curtain and greatly under priced, pair Fancy turkish towels with woven colored borders—big Jumbo siz» (20x40) all shades, JuM, the thing for summer use—an extra special 81x99 inch bed sheets, full bleach-sd and hemmed, with cambric finish—under priced on todays market— fl* 4 < buy them at these reduced prices ^ I • Ladies all silk dancettes. In flesh crepe ck- chine, fttted_frant._snlc- button panties, brawJere to match— close outs in small SAWS only ^f • •' New Numbers in both light and dark colored silk dre.s^et. sizes from. M to 38. tills is a ckan-up from our slock of better dresses and represent exceptional values, ALL WOOL SWAGOERS—last chance—about 25 to select from in all Ma.-s from H to 40—mostly iiavy.s -everything included, just Uio Uuug for fall wear—buy them now at ONE HALF PRICE. Clean-up of all co'.ton bloust-i>-<-x>mpitte, from 32 Ui 40-neat, new incxit-Ls in oruandy, batistes and curds, j.\l this year's .styles--• l egular $100 values All $1 00 children^ print s .-Jii-i from 'J to 14 - this is the time to .shop t( r tin- children 79c OOOO.OC'O.OOC'OOOOO':'OOOOO,OOvCiOOOC'OO,OOO-O,O.OOj)^.OOOO-OO.O.O.O-OOOOO mnny old friends are glnd to see her again. Mrs. Joseph Kelly, Mrs. W. T. Daughan, Mrs. Ed DeZellar and Mrs. John Kohlhaas spent Friday in Mason City visiting friends. Mrs. Daughan visited her daughter. Helen, who is taking mines' training in the Mercy hospital there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Vgars spent Mothers' Day with their daughter, Margaret, student at Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. "A Sonnett" written by Margaret, nas b:en published in The Purple Pen, the college magazine. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bonnstetter rf- turned to their home in Texas Wednesday afternoon after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter for the past ten days. Dr. Bonnstetter practices in Cibolo and Marion, Texas, two small towns close together situated about eighteen miles from San Antonio. Martin Bonnstetter is not in the best of health at this time and has been confined to his brd for the past two weeks with heart trouble. SATURDAY'S STORM SEVERE IN CRESCO Judge Quarton's Silo Goes Down in Terrific Gale of Wind Cresco: Among the damage done during the wind storm last wfek end silos at the Quarton and Morgan farms were moved, machine lised completely blown away and roof of garage damaged at the Martin farm, cribs moved at the O. W. Brown farm, barn at Ralph Browns, trees at most every horrne. The brooder house at the Will Runchey farm was being rebuilt Tuesday. Mesdames E . C. Potter and O. S. Moore went 10 Des Moines Monday for a two day stay. The Louis Germann family were tho guests Sunday at the M. A. Rahm hom2 at St. Ben-tdict. Wanda Lee Runchey of Algona spent last week with her grandparents, the Robert Runcheys. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to the kind friends and neighbors who assisted us at (he time of our bereavement.—Mrs. C. J. Smith and family. Miss Jennie Smith. Mrs. Anna Mc- Quald. Mrs. A. Ogren. 20 You'll love to parade—to Gamble's Big May Sale—Such bargains in Hardware, Household, Sporting Goods and Automotive Items. Duco Polish, 49c ptr—Hay Fork, 79c—Diamond Ball. 79c —Chicken Roaster, 29c—Kalsomlne, 7c Ib. 20 CLASSIFIED ADS USED BUIOK CAR FOB SALE—One of the best used Bulck cars in Algona is offered for sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone interested should inquire at the Upper Des Moines offlo?. FOB BENT—Furnished house. June 'l to Sept. I. Phone 399. 20* ' W9.50-—BJustrom's. FOR SALE—Soy Beans—Hugh Ranry. '_ *> FOB SALE—Elevator, corn planter, binder cut ftv-s seasons.—L. J. Becker, St. Joe. 20* SEED CORN—Pure Kossuth Reliance and Early 90-day Golden King. Highest yielders. Extra pood test. $1.00 and $1.25 bu. graded.—Alfred Carlisle, H mile east of Whittemor*. 20* FOB SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last 1 $89.50.—BJustrom's. 8-tf WANTED—Oirl companion. Am past 30. single farmer. Address replies to J. B. care of this office. 20-24* WANTED—House work. Can glvfl references.—Beryl Sanders, Lone Bock. WANTED TO BUY—Used sewing machine. Write J. W. Scholtes, Bancroft. MAN WANTED for Bawleigh rout" of 800 families. Write mmedately — Rawlelgh Co.. Dept. IA-191-SA. Fre<>port. 111. 2° Elderly lady desiring free room for company of "Algorm lady living five blocks from State street. Inquire ftt Upper Des Moines. 2° Cress for Lieutenant, governor. 18-22* BADIO BEPAIR SERVICE—Guaranteed workmanship, reasonab'y priced. Phone 99.—K. A. Oenrlch. 18-22* Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirschs l/aundry. Phone 267. 18-tf •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ft CUT RATE GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Bacon Squares, •pound __________ Laundry Soap, 10 hai> _________ Coffee, Bartlett Pears, No. 10 ran __ ... Corn Meal, 5 Ib*. ___________ A. & H. Soda, •2 pkgs. ------Tomatoes, •1 NT... 2'/. <-;ui> lOc 21c 55c 49c 12c 15c 25c Catsup, .. •2 11-oz. huttlwi __ Soap Chips, EXTRA SPECIAL Brilliant Green Enamelware 10 quart dLsh pan—10 quart water pall—8 cup percolator—Hfe quart rice boiler—6 quart convex kettle—5 quart tea kettle. Puffed Wheat, L'pkgs Bran Flakes, •1 pkgs --------Dried Peaches, •1 ll.s ___________ Dried Apricots, •1 ]bs. _ _________ Ginger Snaps, 28c 33c 19c Sugar, 1O Ib. 49c "Busiest Little Store in Town" tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmS Towel Sale Double thread, big size, towels with 1 Qn fancy borders 1 OC Sale Starts Thursday Morning, May 17th ('hoice each 69c The Sale That Brings You Values Merchandise Featured in This Ad Now is thc timc to DU y—M IC sa «ie high standard of quality and service of our merchandise is being maintained— No matter what you want, you'll find unusual opportunities for saving Sale of Cotton Dresses '1.00 Hero you'll find styles for every occasion in the most popular 80 square print fabrics. Rayon Undergaments Stepins and Panties Featured special in OC the 'Manager's Sale *•** Children's Anklets Here's a value that 1 demands action I Child's Dresses 49c Women's rib Vests _.25c Women's Unions 49c Mercerized Hose 25c Rayon. Combination _50c Anklets, misses, childs 19c Novelty Apronettes -_25c Broadcloith slips 50c All Silk Stockings Chiffon and service weight 79c Brassieres Neat, tailored styles. Jersey— Crepe— Fabrics 1 bbyiea. 25c Brown Muslin A dependable quality for all purposes Printed Voiles Smart, snappy patterns in quality voiles that arc excellent for dainty afternoon frocksr- porch dresses and kiddies' clothes. -« g\ 36 inches I M/* wide At/V Hollywood Voiles 40 inches wide Sanitary Napkins Pull bleached, 8 pads in a box, special * Special Part Linen Toweling Featured ttiia event for only 9c Silk Hose Seml-lashloned chiffon, service weight KX 49c Prints, fast colors .._16c Bags, novelty grain $1.00 Curtain Materials -__15c Children's Berets _._49c Cretonnes, 36 inch _.15c Bleached Outing, yd. -10c Girdle, 2 way stretch 1.00 Window shades, 6 ft. _59c \ Rayon Taffeta Princess Slips ('alifornhi <!»-« /\ /\ M nil Tailored Top A»VTVT Kxquisitely fine lace trimmed. Perfect tailored k r «i''~ incuts that you would guess them as being much higher priced. Choice of white or tea rose. . .. Here's a Value Princess Slips 79c California or Bodice lop t&yles Bleached Muslin Featured special this event. A value at __ / Full Bleached Sheets Evenly woven, 81x99 ^ft in size. Priced special " J Special! Men's Work Shirts 44c Galvanized Pails 10 quart Htiv's a real value 24c Boys' Shorts Pillow Cases, 42-36 Inches Full bleached wide "M<» hem, featured spec. Featuring Special (Jroup of Curtains These values will surprise you at PriKcilla style-— (hiwhion Dots— Novelty Flounce— Printed Marquisette- Marquisette Panehi Fringed, 40 in. wide Three lor $1.00 Boys' Shirts Men's Rib Unions 79c Boys' Overalls _69c Seersucker Suits 79c Wash Cloths Terry weave. &up- ply your needs, G for Big G Overalls 1.19 LfRRHR Department 'Stores Algona, Iowa White Cupa, only -—1% C Plates, 7 inch lOc Fruit Pishes, each 6c rumblers, 3 for ,„—lOc Dinnerware Seta 4.95 Shades WiUwut rolls 4 M tan, duotona A ^C Men's Bayon Shirts, Shorts In Colors Green. Peach. Each 29c • Men's Seersucker Pants $1-1.39

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