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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 5, 1034 .IVew Liquor Store Doing Good Business Manager Tom Sherman of the Algona liquor store, reports tha,t the store Is doing a good business and that it Is bringing many out of county people to Algona. Mr. Sherman is not allowed to give out any figures as to am- •ounfc of sales or number of permits issued. Many people have come down from Minnesota to buy liquor in Algona, as the southern Minnesota counties are dry. The Algona store is being conducted with decorum and Mr. Sherman 1* proving an Ideal man for the Job, There have been a few persons refused permits on account of their bad record in the past. Mr. Sherman Is seeing to it that only those of good character are given permits. Laundry satisfaction is guaranteed by us when you send us your wash- irtg. Individual attention is given your bundle; only pure white soap and soft water are used. You may trust us with your finest linens and clothes because we guarantee satisfaction. Rough Dry Finished Wet Wash Kirsch Laundry Phone 267 i&calfyents Mr. and Mrs. Le roy Ditsworth spent Saturday in Mason City. Mrs. Frank Green left Monday morning for Omaha to visit her daughter for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Andreason of Manly were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow Sunday. Rev. P. J. Braner preached Sunday for the mission festival of the Lutheran congregation at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Maxlne, were business visitors in Mason City Monday evening. Several Lutheran families attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at Lotts Creek held last Sun* day. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle and .wins, Jack and Jill, were Sunday sup- aer guests of the Dr. Clapsaddles at Burt. June Adelle Overmyer went to Iowa Ity last Thursday for about a week's stay as a guest of Mrs. F. 8. Norton and daughter, Elinor. Mrs. O. W. Erickson returned on Thursday evening from Lake Koionls where she has spent the last several weeks with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney atid Mrs. Ann Zittritsch spent Friday of last week at Kingsley with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and Bernice took Ruth Barclay to her home n Mason City Tuesday. Miss Barclay las been a guest at the Harrington home. Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clap- addle, is now visiting In St. Generieve, Missouri, with his uncle, Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle. He expects to stay for a month. Ruth Empting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Empting of Des Moines, ormer residents of Algona, came here ,he Fourth and is a guest of Arlene Granzow. Verlin Helberg of Newton came on Monday of last week for a two weeks' jtay with his cousins, Durwood and Shirley Helberg, children of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg. Dr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson and two daughters of Ackley returned to their home Thursday after visiting since Tuesday of last week with the former's father, Fred Anderson. Cut-Rate Grocery Friday and Saturday Specials Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. 9C r II Jen Powder, £«JC A rO-rra II 4 pkgs. VELVET and PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc Yeast Foam, 2 pkgs. 15c Rice, Jap, 4 Ibs. —25c •Dried Pears, 2 Ibs. 29c Fruit Nectar, 8 ozs. lOc Gloss Starch, 3 Ibs. 19c OxydoL, Ige. pkg. _19c Big Ben Soap, 10 bra 19c Gold Dust, Ig. pkg. 16c Lighthouse Clearer? 2 cans 9c Magic Washer, pkg. 19c PORK AND BEANS, 2 tall cans 19c Kirk's Hard Water Palm Olive 4 Camay No. 99 Fairsox Matches, 6 boxes __23c Toilet Tissue, 3 for 13c i/> gal. Dark Syrxip 25c Milk, tall can, 3 for 17c Certo, regular size _24c OYSTER SHELL, standard, 100 Ibs. 77c BANANAS, hard yellow, 4 Ibs. 23c TABLE SALT, American, 10 Ib. bag 19c BUTTER, Algona, always good 26c LEMONS, Sunkist, large size, dozen 29c Busiest Little Store in Town. Mrs. R. S. McCullough, of Newton, ,ame here last Tuesday and is visit- ng her son, W. G. McCullough and amily at this tlm«. Mrs. McCullough will stay a week or so longer. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. F. W. Dingley, Mrs. R, A. Evans, Mrs. J. T. Chrisohlllea and Mrs. F. L. Tribon spent the day, Friday, in Okobojl as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good, daughter, Virginia Good of Spirit Lake and Cecil Benner of Mason City spent the week end in Fort Dodge with Mrs. Good's brother, Jimmy Allen and fam- Mrs. B. M. Southgate, mother of is. Theo. Herbst, will visit with riends this coming week end at Britt. Her daughter, Prtscilla Southgate, will spend the time with friends at Mar- Ji all town. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson spent ast Wednesday and Thursday In Des Moines and Knoxville and the former's mother, Mrs. S. B. Hudson of 'near Knoxville returned here with them for an extended visit. John Zimmermann, student of Con- ordia Seminary ait St. Louis, preached Sunday in both languages in the Algona Trinity Lutheran church. John 4s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmermann of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach accompanied by their son, Lorenz and their grandson, Howard Hoffman, mo- x>red to Slgourney, Iowa, to visit re- atlves there for several days. They eft Saturday morning. Mrs. Chet Long and Gertrude and Junior returned Thursday evening af- er a two weeks' visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Miller In Gten Elyn, Illinois. Mrs. Miller returned with .hem and will visit here for an indefinite time. A group of girls left Sunday morning and will spend this week in a cot- Age at Clear Lake. The girls are: Mary Elizabeth Foster, Arba Dee and Gertrude Long, Margaret Brown, Bernice Dearchs, Ruth McKee, Ila Leffert and Esther Dearchs. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand and Dorothy Sellstrom returned Tuesday morning after visiting since Sunday evening In St. Peter, Minnesota. The first two visite dwlth Rev. Sjostrand's parents and Dorothy visited a schoolmate, Lola Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson and daughters, Ferae and Imogene, and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Hedblum and daughter, Helen, all of Ogden, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle at Sunday dinner. Mrs. Clapsaddle and the visiting ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French of Philadelphia, Pennsylavnia, and two children, Gordon Eugenie and Geraldine, returned to their home the latter part of last week after visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. S. B Fench. here, and other relatives here and at Titonka the past two weeks. Bill Weiss of the barber shop left Sunday in company of seven boys, for Rice Lake and will stay there until Saturday. The boys accompanying him were: Bob Selzer, John Lee Holtzbauer, Billy Barry, Bud Lichter, John and Billy Bestenlehner and Bud Besten- lehner of Whlttemore. Mrs. W. A. Barry, Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer and children, Bob and Ruth and Rosanne Holtzbauer went to Clear Lake Monday and remained there a few days. Mrs. Barry will stay a week and Mrs. Josephine Stan ton and Betty Barry left Wednesday afternoon to spend the rest of the week also. Bess Hopkins, Flora Tlss, Bertha Johnson and Clara Amcsbury of Carroll were guests of Mary Mitchell at her cottage at Clear Lake Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mitchell wis formerly employed in Algona In the Harrington law office but, recently moved to Mason City, where she Is employed at this time. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Doty of Fred- ercksburg arrived the 4th at, the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Julius Brace for a week's visit. The three spent Sunday at the 'home of Mrs. Brace's granddaughter, Mrs. F. C. Straley of Fenton. Another daughter, Mrs. E. C. Downing, her husband and daughter, Edna of Minneapolis arrived Sunday evening at the Brace home. They left Monday morning for Osage. A boy, the fourth, arrived July 5th at the Frank Johnson home on College street. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvidge of Perry were guests at bhe Hugh Herman home Sunday. The James Davidson, Elmer Jasperson and Walter Bleich families spent the 4th at Medium Lake near Emmetsburg. F. A. M. Frost left Tuesday morning for Pierre, South Dakota, called there on account of the illness of his brother, William. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Good of Bloomington, Illinois, were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. Eva Cleveland returned to her home in Superior, Wisconsin, after visiting her niece, Mrs. Paul Trauger, the past several weeks. E. C. Rancher's mother, Mrs. C. E. Hancher of Plover, arrived here Saturday and is visiting at the Hancher home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagg and their daughter, Lenore, visited at the Phrue home in Humboldt Sunday. Lenore remained for a week. Mrs. Roy Albertson and four children of Austin, Minn., are spending last week and this with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson. Mrs. Fred Hayes returned to her home in Nevada, Iowa, Saturday after a three weeks stay with her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Hancher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample and Miss Capitola and Mrs. M. A. Sabln of Algona were guests Sunday at the J. M. Cox home in Cresco township Mrs. E. A. Paschke and children, Jean and Roger of Echo, Minnesota, arrived Saturday for a visit with her ssssAf^^ Cummings Store » » » » » 5c to 1.00 « « « « « SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE Belding Corticelli Pure Silk Hose The lines! pun' >\\\i —full fashioned chiffon hose, regular T 1.0U value, Jl'ST FOR THIS SALE OV/C Per Pair 3 Pair for $2.00 Minx Springtoupe Santoupe Trotter Grey Sizes 9 to 10y 2 This should not be confused wi!h cheap—Sale Hosiery—it's Belding-Oorticelli. Finest pure silk—guaranteed first quality. The best buy in Hosiery you ever uiade. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman. them. Mrs. A. E. Michel and two sons returned Sunday from Atlantic, Iowa, after visiting there for bhe past three weeks with her mother and sister. Mrs. Wm. Deal left Monday night for Dayton, Ohio, and will visit her mother and sister. The latter Is seriously ill with tuberculosis of the bones. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maneor of Albla, were over the Fourth visitors at the C. A. Momyer home. Mrs. Momyer and Mr. Maneor are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago came Sunday and are now visiting with Mr. Raneys' mother, Mrs. Cora Raney, and friends In this vicinity. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan returned to her home in Minneapolis Tuesday. She has been visiting here the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Maurice McMahon. W. L. Martin accompanied hte son. Clyde and wife of Oaklyn, New Jersey, last week Tuesday to visit relatives at Taylor, Mo., and Louisville and Danville, Ky. Donald Hutchins and Mi. and Mrs. Will Bailey returned Sunday afternoon after enjoying a three weeks' fishing trip through northern and eastern Minnesota. David Smith Is spending this week with his cousin, Russell Smith at Es- thbrrtlte. His father. N v A. Smith and sisters, Harriet and Leona visited In Estherville Sunday. Helen Daughan who Is taking nurses training In Mason City returned there Thursday morning of last week after spending the Fourth with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Daughan. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney and two children of Mason City visited here over the week end with the former's mother and sister, Mrs. George Holtzbauer and Lorraine Tierney. Irma Dee Hargreaves left Friday night for Graettinger where she will visit at the home of her uncle, Edmund Carmody. Irma Dee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. Mrs. Ed DeZellar amj son, Jlmmk-. returned Sunday evening from St- Paul after visiting her parents the post five weeks. Her sister, Helen Gre-eley, returned with her and will make a visit here. Mrs. M. L. Maiey and daughter, Marie, left Monday for their home in Howard, South Dakota, after a week's visit here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost and other relatives. Mrs. Chet Williams returned home Sunday after spending the latter part of last week with Mrs. Elmer Benson at Manly. Mrs. Benson's daughter. Marian, returned with Mrs. Williams and Is visiting here this week. Mrs. P. V. Janse and daughter, Mrs. T. H. Miller of Oklahoma City returned Friday from a fifteen day sightseeing trip through the east. They stopped at Washington, D. C.. New York, Boston and Niagara Falls. Mrs. Orville Hetder and three year old daughter of Moulton, Iowa, visited at the Wm. C. Dau home Sunday. Mrs. Hetzler was the former Frances Kort>e who was employed in the E. J. Murtagh home before leaving here about six years ago. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Jensen and son, Duane and Willard Zeiglar left Monday morning. The boys are going to visit at Hannaford, and Valley City, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen are going to visit, in the northern part of North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tyler and baby daughter, Frano. s, of Ottumwa were quests of Mr. and Mra. C. L. Bliley on Sunday. Mr. Tyler was employed in (hi- Graham store uboui two years ago and the couple made their home here at thai HIIK-. L. J. Dickinson, and secivtary, Rex NielMjn. returned Friday from IXs Monies alter spend a few duy.s there. They w.'re ateompumed by Eleanor B.icku-. who vi.-lted here over tlv week end. li,--tli Backus took her bitter back to Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and son. "Tummy" \vill move from here to oiiar- non, Iowa. Saturday. Paul travels for tlif Firestone Company and has been transferred to the Chariton territory alter being located h.re about a year and a half. The Traugers were popular among tile younger set, and will be greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berls arrived at tin: Arc-ink Hiuclusoa home Friday night and visiied here until Wednesday. The Berls were oil their way to their home in Chicago after visiting on the west coast. Mrs. Berls was the former Marjory Bowyer of this city. Mr. Berls is connected with the Equitable Life Insurance Company. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Lanning and three cliildixru of Dehli, Iowa, arrived Friday ut the home of the former's mother. Mrs. Sylvia Laiimiig for a visit until the lust of this week. They also visited his grandmother. Mrs. Lucy J-'uJi. The L-uuung's oldest daughter. Sylvia, had her tonsils atid adenoids removed at the Gviieral hospital while here. Mr. Lannmg is the superintend eat. of the consolidated school at Delhi. Jimmie Neville and son. O»n<. were in Calumet Wednesday on business. Mrs. V. E. Young and son returned Sunday after visiting a week in Mason City. Mrs. Vera Walters of Des Moines is here visiting at the Wm. Geering home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs left. Sundays for Leech Lake. Minnesota, and are spending this week there. Mrs. George Wilson went to Grinnell Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ashing for a week. Mrs. Rose Weldinger of West Bend grandmother of Pete Waldron, came Sunday to the Waldron home for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner and children returned Sunday from Elysian. Minnesota, where they had vacationed a few days. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace left on Wednesday for a trip into northern Minnesota. They plan to be gone about a week or ten days. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford of Iw- dianapolis. Indiana, arrived in Algona Monday afternoon and are visiting at the Dr. L. C. Nug»nt home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardy of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor Sunday. The Hardys were on their way to Yellowstone Park. Marriage licenses were issued the past week to Edmund Rolfson of Fenton and Esther Anllker of West Bend and to Verne Brakkie and Eleanor Drake, both of Blue Earth. County Treasurer and Mrs M. J. Duffy returned Tuesday • from Lake J Ida. near Alexandria Minnesota, where they had spent a week fishing. Mrs. Duffy's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rubels acoompanled Dr. and Mrs. George Hauberg and daughter of Mollne. Illinois, arrived the last part of last week for a visit with Dr. Haubcrg's brother, Herman Hauberg. Sunday the two families ' spent the day at Okobojl and Lakefield, Minnesota. Grao~ Turner, Mrs. Kate Turner, Harold Turner of Snn Antonio, Texas, and Mrs. O. O. McKlm of Omaha left Friday to visit Mrs. Turner's daughter. Mrs. L. C. Skow of Des Moines. Grace is taking her vacation from the Northwestern Bell Telephone Personal Shopping Is Tho Most Practical You See What You Buy—You Get What You Buy at the Basket Grocery Algona's Finest, Food Store &®®xf$a&aKec^^ MONARCH COFFEE, vacuum poc.k In qt. glass Jar 29c PRESERVES, pure fruit, 1 Ib. jar 25o RED PITTED CHERRIES, Yacht Cldb, fine for pies, 2 If, cans 25c PEANUT BUTTER, full quart jar 19c Am- Three 59c Monarch Red Raspberries Monarch Black Raspberries Monarch Loganberries Monarch Gooseberries INSTANT POSTUM, 4 ox. 23c GRAPE NUTS, package 16e GRAPE NUT FLAKES, 2 packages 17c CHOCOLATE, Preflnrtum, 8 oz 20o CERTO, per bottle S5o LONGHORN CHEESE, per pound 14o FLOUR OCCIDENT, 49 pounds J2.05 PETER PAN, 49 pound* S1.6S UNISTA, 49 pounds $1-78 CASH PAID FOR EGGS . PHARIS TIRES GUARANTEED AGAINST ALL ROAD HAZARDS! You Are Protected by Our DOUBLE Guarantee EveryiPharfe Roadgripper, Colombia and Hddtite 6 Ply Passenger Car Tire bearing oar serial number te guaranteed against aO road hazards (except punctate, fire or theft) far eighteen months from date of purchase (4 ply, 12 months; Loogdrive, 6 months). Should tb* ttr* b««oina un»«rrtc««bU, w« w« <«t oar option) eHher repair 1t tr«* ot charge or raplM* tt«*«h a DOT tin and <*>•*•• onto a proportionate •raovnt of ow cvmat pdo* far Mcfa month which hM •lapsed sine* tb* d*to of perch***. • thfiTVrery Pfcatfe tk* to |Mm*Md •**• LONGDR1VE TYPE $J ' 65 ,45 ROADGMPPER 4.7S/I9 13 Bachbtttary pour own CM h*T *"•• ••*•••• a*** wo* »3.19 t4 w W PA IN TS Gamble '$100% o-. - $«.»» House Paint <ML . . . $1.79 «« ...... Art Enamel « Pariy. .......... T» Linseed Oil AUTO SUPPLIES Auto Bulb* »*« 3e/ »>•»* . ft Pt*4o«Rm«« s»»c«tOc r - o««* *9c A*o JkckfeSrS* .... $1.* Shock AUorUr Link ££ . Me HoO C*pC v a.nm • •.»•<»•..• ****• GM Tank Cap £3 r -V-T«. t9c *°TOR OIL Per Quart 11*1 GARDEN Lawm Mower Lawn Mower Garden Hose £*"*** - 5 Hosej,^ Hose, Do«bU SPORTING GOODS Tackk Bo»w M l * 3^4 UIM w Sofltth Band Nod GoW Bdk .SI Short t3c HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Convex Kettle E L^ .*."•'• 8Se Coffee Pot sJSSi . : ¥ r?T/ 89e Gatvanixed Pafl <£ '.' ? TV.''-.' SJc Wash Boiler &?££ .V7*?*'. $1.98 Rubles* Wax Razor Blades MAJESTIC RADIO" automo- Pioe C<tu Per ELECTRIC Model 60S, Cash Price...) «ltZ OOflSOit? (""a -U ri • " v>t i *—ttbQ \_ rJC Easy Terms »i —Limited Time Only Percolator Cuy - • 98C Flat Iron £3 . »1.00 Hot Plate Toaster Fan »£i 98c ScSft=" Electric $ 50 R A D I O Corona do MU.UI $19.95 AC-DC M^W. $29.95 M*t«slic MU^UI $19.99 Radio Tubes 20) • • 49c B Battery ^ 98c GAMBLE STORES THE., F R I E N D t V D. A. Barnard, M 3 r. Agencies Britt and Humboldt Algona Hotel Corner I

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