The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27,1934 LOCAL NEWS W. J. and Henry Becker of the Elk Dry Cleaners attended a dry cleaners' meeting at Brltt Monday evening. Mrs. Arlo Adams Ifeft Friday Tor Chicago where she will visit relatives and friends for a month or six weeks. Walter Johnson is helping out at the Dau Garage. Walter was formerly employed for several years at the Helberg garage. Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom spent Friday and Saturday in Gowrie, Iowa, where her brother is seriously ill with cancer of the lungs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller returned Coast to Coast Store Big TIRE SALE New Reduced Prices Now on Every Tire and Tube 30x3Va Reg. $3.30 440x21 $4.00 450x21 $4.00 450x20 $4.25 475x19 _^__ $4.70 Coast-to-Coast Batteries Complete stocks! Correct specifications! The rtent batterv for your car at a deep-cut price! Service and Quality Assured bv our Definite Replacement Guarantee 13-Plate As Low as. Exchange Other sizes at similar savings Expert Installation at no extra cost! $2.98 EVERY TIRE NOW GUARANTEED Against AH Road Hazards from One to Two Years. Tubes 30x3% Tube 77c 450x21 Tube $1.00 450x20 Tube 97c 475x19 Tube $1.00 525x19 Tube $1.12 625x21 Tube $1.26 Motor Oil G-AL. S. A. E. 20, gallon _39c Linseed Oil, boiled gallon 98c B Batteries Guaranteed, 45 volt, Regular 89c Heavy Duty 45 volt Batteries $1.39 Dry Cells 25c Barn Paint Best grade, gal. —94c (5 gallon lots) Bike Tires, 28 in. __98c Varnish, 4-hour dry, gallon I $1.39 JOE BLOOM Coast to Coast Store Sunday evening from the Twin Cities, wfaere they spent several days visiting Mends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Katherlne, were visitors at Iowa Palls at the home of Mrs. Stewart's nrotfher last week end. Eva Delm went to Swea City Sunday to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Mrs. Ben Hynds la talcing her place at the Modern Dry Cleaners. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand left Monday for St. Peter, Minnesota, to visit a few days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SJostrand. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thlseth of Red Wing, Minnesota, were guests Saturday at the Wallace McDougall home. Mrs. Thiseth Is an aunt of Mrs. McDougall. Loretta Howie was unable to work In the office of the Kent Motor Company, where she Is employed, the first part of the week because of septic sore throat. Ruth McKee and Vaflerta Plckett gave a tap dance specialty last night (Wednesday) as a part of the program of the Kiwanls convention at Port Dodge. Tom Prankl, who recently resigned his position at the Goeders Company, has leased the west end Standard OH station and took over the management Tuesday morning. Ed Helecek and Jim Burda were guests Sunday at the Ralph Morgan home In Cresco township. In the afternoon the guests and Mr. Morgan went fishing at Bradgate. Helen Corey Is taking 'her vacation fro mthe Lathrop & Weaver abstract office and Is spending the week at Clear Lake as a guest of Mary Mitchell, who has a cottage there. Elbe Van Dorston Is home, and has taken over the taxi business which was formerly operated by his father, the late O. W. Van Dorston. Elbe has recently been employed at Newton. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anderson and daughter of Jefferson. Iowa, were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Palkenhalner. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Palkenhainer are sisters. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer returned here Wednesday morning of this week after an absence of ten days whidh he rpent In the east. Dr. Cretzmeyer took his son, Charles, to Harvard University last we*k. Mrs. Helen Hendrlck, daughter of Mrs. Wm. Dehnert, who Is employed at the Crystal Cafe In Mason City, was taken to Iowa City last Saturday for a compete medical examination. She has been in poor health for about a year. Tthelma Guy of Colfax came here Friday evening and will make an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Andy Johnson. Thelma Is a graduate of the Algona high school but has made her home with her parents at Colfax for the last three yean. Donald Hutchison drove to Cedar Raplda Thursday after his wife and two daughters, Joan and Nancy, who have been visiting Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulz. They returned Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Schulz accompanied them here for A visit. Those from here who attended the First Lutheran Sunday School convention held at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon and evening were: Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell, Adah Carlson. Mrs. Olson and daughter, Myrtle, Violet Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom, who have been staying at the Arthur Helberg home during Mr. and Mrs. Hel- bergfe Absence, drove to Rpdheatter, Minnesota, Monday after the Helbcrgs. They returned here Tuesday. Mr. Helberg has been In Rochester the past several weeks because of a toe infection. George Free, the popular clerk at the James drug store, resigned his position last Saturday and Is leaving next Saturday for Fort Dodge, where he will be employed in the drug store of hia uncle, Walter Thompson. The drug store Is situated near and in the same block as the Wahkonsa hotel. George will take Mrs. Free and their daughter, Susanne, to Ames Friday and from there Mrs. Free and Susanne wUl go on to Pasadena, California, to visit her mother, Mrs. Laura Paine. Getting Down to Business on The Clothes Question Smart New Dress Styles that Are Priced Lower Dates 2 Ibs. CUT-RATE GROCERY All prices in last week's bill still good this week. Don't fail to take advantage of them. Also these extra values. Prunes 21bs. jj Sugar, 10 Ibs. 54c, 100 Ibs. - $5.31 P. & G. Soap, (! giant bars _. Gold Dust, large pkg. __. Oxydol, large pkg. __. 24c 16c 21c Cocoa, Our Mo- 1Q« thers, 2 Ibs. 1JC Bran Flakes, \\ pkgs. for Corn Flakes, (} pkgs. for Sliced Bacon, peril, Cream Cheese, '2 Ibs. Matches, :>, boxes Armour's Big Ben Soap, 10 Bars - 21c PICNIC HAMS Cheaper than Bacon, a wonderful buy at II.. 15c APPLES Grimes Golden $1.78 Winter Banana $1.78 Delicious $1.98 Raisins, 4 Ibs. Green Tea l U). 32c 9c Table Salt, 10 Ibs. Good Brooms each 19c 35c Bananas, 4 Ibs Sweet Potatoes, Whole Wheat Flakes .2 for 17c Whole Wheat Biscuit, 2 for 19c Toilet Tissue, 3 rolls Spaghetti, 2 Ige. cans Salmon, 2 cans -_. 13c 29c 25c Don't Forget Saturday night we are giving away a cold packer, a sack of flour, and a basket of groceries. SYRUPS Golden— 5 Ibs 27c 10 Ibs. 47c Crystal White— 5 Ibs. 29c 10 Ibs. 49c "Busiest Little Store In Town 1 ' We offer for your approval a most outstanding group of leading styles in New Fall Dresses—newest sleeves—necklines—skirts. New fabrics and all the seasons 'a popular colors. New Rough Silk Transparent Velvet Metallic Trims Smart New Knits New Tunic Styles New Two Piece New Dolman Sleeve The New Neck Lines u nusua I are these clever Dresses in silk or line knitted styles. You'll hardly believe your eyesight —but they're real and a wide selection, all sizes. 5.95 You'll Proudly Choose these Style Right Shoes $4 Smart up to date women In aU walks of life choose their shoes at Ooeders. There Is a reason. Style right, good footwear, perfectly fitted. You'll marvel at the beautiful styles, the smart new leathers and fabrics—tricky combinations. Yes, its true, they're real value. Swanky Sport Ties in unusual new styles featuring buckle straps, bicycle toes, vamp lacings. Tree bark, Lizard, Crusted Calf and many other new leathers. Walk in style with comfort. Sizes 3 to 9. New Coats Smart Fall Styles that are Winners You'll be pleased at the style, the fine furs— the new rough fabrics, the excellent tit aiid many other details which help t<> make these coats such outstanding values. They're here in Black, Brown, (Jreen and also nntriinincd mixtures, si/.rs 11 to -IS. Black—Brown Green—Rust Manchu Wolf Sealine French Beaver Untrimmed arc I hcsc stylish coats, t he fabrics arc of line heavy quality, jaunty styles that are well tailored. Full lined and vnke lined. Black. Brown colors, all sixes. 11.75 Hundreds of Unbeatable New Values Boys' Jumperalls Hot new stylos in corduroy that will make your boy happy—«*'U llleei the swanky long pants with cuffs and patch pockets and tiie new suspenders 1.98 New Smocks in many chic styles—double breasted, full overlap fronts. Unusual new print pufcVerns and contrftst trims—fast color, perfect fitting 1.98 New Sweaters for boys und girls. 2 years to 12 years sizes in all wool popular Blip over or button front styles. Brush wool or zephyr yarns. $1 Silk Hosiery Full fashioned, bcttc.- quality Mlk 'Jiose in all the new fall shales. All sizes, slightly Irregular—perfect in appearance. 59c Hand Bags A wide selection of smart new styles In Fabric and Fabrlcold Leather. Unusual and tricky—In Blade and brown colors. 51 Fabric New styles in One fabric Ooves, swanky flare cuffs, with plenty of style. Black, Navy. Brown and Plaids, all sizes. 59c 36 in. Cretonnes in gay colorful patterns that are just right for coverings, quilts, draperies. You'll be pleased when you sec their beauty. 15c 80x80 Prints The finest bollproof Prints In a wide selection of new patterns and colorings. 1,000 yards at this special low price. 19c Chenile Rugs in fine heavy quality—new black and all over patterns, 24x38 size- fast colors. Truly a wonderful value—quality rugs. $1 Printed Silks The ix-w plaids and stripea that are wiy popular for dresses or trim combinations. Beautiful colorings in all popular shades. 89c Wool Fabrics that are light weight and Just right lor that smart Jail dress. 54 in. wide, finer quality and beautiful rich colorings. 1.98 Curtain Panels •44 in. iScraiuon Laoe Curtain pan- eU in u.ll tiu' u- v, oix-n niL-Ui weaves —wiurprU"!' luit>h thai, will long «rvice, each 98c Children's Dresses ^ to (i year siaus in a wide variety of styleo tine tubfiiit fabrics—clever (ksigiis. and large color selection 79c Stitched Bats '3 ixiiaul good Quality extra large isize ititchvd comforter BaU>. Hert U-, just one deiujiiiU'aCion of our Mouth fclnd 59<

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