The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 6, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 6,1984 CHRISTMAS SEALS NOW ONSALE HERE Mrs. J. W. Little, Algona, is County Chairman. Other County Workers The annual Christmas Seal sale in Kossuth county began November 30, and will run until Christmas day. Mrs. J. W. Little, Algona, is the Kossuth County Christmas Seal chairman and Mrs. Dana Paxson will have charge of the town of Algona. Workers in various sections of the county are as follows: Mrs. M. 8. Craven, Titonka; Mrs. R. It. Krantz, Buffalo Twp.; Alice Dreyer, Fenton Twp.; Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton; Mrs. Woodward, Whittemore; Mrs. Hugh Raney, Irvlngton Twp.; Mrs. H. J. Bode, Plum Creek Twp.; Mable Kent. Wesley Two.. Dr, Pfefter, Wesley; Mrs. A. Steussy, Sherman Twp.; Maude Hanna, Hurt; Mrs. Elmer Potter, Cresco Twp., Mrs. Rov Link. Ledyard; Delia M. Smith. Lakota; Mr*. P. A. Lonergan, Bancroft; Mrs. H. W. Jones, Burt Twp.; Mrs. Anna Larson, Swea City; Mrs. Glen Sharp, Lone Rock; Mrs. Prank Hofius, Union Twp. Rend The Want Ads—It Pays. King Basketball Reigns in Sports World of County (Continued from Page One) boys and girls, there; Jan. 18, Cylinder high, boys and girls, here; Jan. 20, St. John's, Bancroft, here; Jan. 25, Wesley •high, boys and girls, here; Jan. 27, St. Mary's, Emwietsburg, there; Feb. 1, Sacred Heart, boys and girls, here; Feb. 5, LuVeme, boys and girls, here; Feb. 8, Wesley, boys and girls, there; Feb. 12, Cylinder, boys and girls, there; Feb. 15, Whittemore Academy, there; Feb. 22, St. John's. Bancroft, there; Feb. 24, St. Mary's, Emnretsburg, here; March 1, LuVerne high boy.? and girls, there. The academy will top off the season by playing In the district parochial ,so!iool tournament. FEMTON WIUPS RINGSTED WHITTEMORE ACADEMY Font on: Fen-! on first and second teams defeated the Whittemore academy tennis, 23 to 8, and 25 to 6, recently. Last Tuesday night, at Ringsted, Fenton first team won, 27 to 17, nnd th~ wcond kepi pace. 20 to 16. in nn overtime contest. SWEA CITY OPENS SEASON WITH VICTORIES Sw:a City: Swea City, home of powerful basketball teams, opened another ?ea5on last week. The first team defeated East Chnin, 31 to 19, and the second won, 27 to 21. Tuesday, the locate defeated Buffalo Center. 23 to 18. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the real estate described a* Lot 2. Blork 152, Can's Addition to Aljrona, Iowa, Including fence, 10 T Fairbanks- Morris Scales and building, and several Items of personal property, vte.: 1929 Model A l'/ 2 T. Ford Truck, Bmrongh's Adding Machine. Stove, Gravel Screen, Coal Chutes and other ilwnp, formerly the property of E. N. Taylor, Iisc., now In bankruptcy. Sale to 'be held at the premises on Diagonal Street, in Algona, Iowa, Saturday, December 8, 1934, at 2:00 o'cock p. m, the right being reserved to reject any or all bids. L. A. WTNKEL, Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. N. Taylor, Inc. 49* ArWWV To the Motoring Public 24 HOUR SERVICE Stop and See Glen for Gas * Oil ^ Alcohol ^ Auto Lamps Accessories etc, Special Test KEROSENE gal. lOc Algona Independent Oil Co. Glen Bale, Night Operator. East Diagonal Street WWVAAW%rV^ Auto Supplies Heaters Batteries Radiators Alcohol, 59« qt. Prestone Tire Chains REPLACEMENT PARTS Pistons and Rings—Gears—Axel Shafts Bearings and Brake Lining AUTO GLASS Window Glass A complete line of standard merchandise and we save you money. Joe Greenberg 1'hom- UK A MILE in COACHES Something to add Co Holiday gaiety — a real bargain in rail travel between all poinla wtit of Chicago — a chance to go back home and make it an old-time Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. A MILE in SLEEPING (uut\ ^PARLOR CARS, GO ANY DAY DEC. 13th to JAN. 1st These special fares—l'/a c«nt» • nil*, each way, ruuad trip in 'ujche*— 2 cent* m mile, each way, round trip in sleeping aud parlor cars—gooJ on all ''North Western's" fast, convenient, luxurious trains. Pullman charges extra. RETURN BY JANUARY 15th Fare*, dates of sale aud return limits to ccrtaiu destinations east of Chicago vary slightly from those shown. For full infomiitiiou and tickets apply to local C. ^ N. Vk' Ticket Agent «»» The second team also won 14 to 12. The remaining games on the Swea City schedule are: Armstrong, here, Dec. 7; Dec. II, Graettlnger, here; Dec. 14. Clear Lake, there; Dec. 19, Wesley, here; Dec. 21, Thompson, here; Jan. 4, BbthervlUe,; Jaw. 8, Bancroft, here; Jan. 15, Wesley, there; Jan. 22, East Oiialn. there; Feb. 1, Bode, there; Feb. 5, Bancroft, here and Feb. 15, Algona, there. Druggists Mutual A Big Institution I/akota Dally Record: The Druggists Mutual Insurance Company of Algona celebrated their 25th anniversary last week. Under the able management of the late Al Falkcnhainer and his son. M. H. and M. P. Haggard, vice president of the company, has grown into one of the leading companies of its class tn the United Slates. They have assets of ovfr $30.000.00 and a surplus of $20,000.00 and have over 25 mllllcn of Insurance in force. It is one of the big institutions of Algona of which the town is very proud. Kiwanis Sees Movies Kiwanlans met Tuesday of last week at a 6:30 dinner at the Hotel. They had the pleasure of seeing movie pictures of the streams of northeast and eastern Iowa taken by Robsrt Blckel of Fort Dodge on his canoe trips up these streams. Who said there ain't no Santa Glaus? Even Dad'l] say "there Is when he sees the lim- up and prices at Gamble's Toy Sale. Presents for the whole family, lOc and up. Tinker Toy, 29c—Tricyc- les, $2.69 and up. 49 [ THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low Nov. 27 ..38 34 Nov. 28, .38 Inches preclp. ..38 27 Nov. 29, trace of snow 37 27 Nov. 30, 5% Inches snow 31 25 Dec. 1, .43 Inch melted snow 27 21 Dec. 2, % inch snow 24 17 .06 melted snow Dec. 3, 4 inches snow 25 19 .39 melted snow Dec. 4 28 9 ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white (old) $.92 2 yellow 88ifc 2 mixed 87',<, 3 white (new) :. .91 3 yellow (new) .87% 3 mixed (new) 86»i Gate, white. No. 3 54 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 220-300 $5.25 Heavy butchers, 190-210 5.00 Packing sows, 300-350 5.00 Packing sows, 350-400 4.90 Packing sows, 400-450 4.90 Light weight, 140-150 3.00 Light weight, 150-170 4.00 Butchers, 180-190 4.60 Cattle Fat cows '$1.75-2.00 Calves 3.00-4.00 Fat Yearlings 3.00-3.50 Fat steers 4.00-5.00 Stock steers 2.00 Bulls 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters 50-1.50 Potftry Hens, over 4% Ibs lOc Hens, under 4& Ibs 8c Leghorns 8c fflassiled Ais Ducks( young) «H tts. up We Turkeys (young) No. 1 Me Geese 9c Springs, 4 to 5 ibs He Springs, 5 Ibs. up 13c Leghorn Springs 8c **** „«, No. 1 250 No. 2 We Cream 39c Saturday, Mary Ann Flaig of Lone Rock had her appendix removed. NEW CARS LICENSED Theo. Rlke, Titonka, Chevrolet coach; Walter Oodic, Bancroft. Chevrolet coach; A, O. Rosstog, Bode, Ford tuder; David S. Beck, Algona, Chevrolet coach; C. O. Peterson, Lakota, Chevrolet sedan; Bd Rebners. Fenton, Ford lordor. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Arndt Heng and Margaret Nygaard, Clav City, Minn.. Nov. 26. Clarence Scott, Ledyard, and Vera Baker, Swea City, Nov. 27. John Kuchenreuther, W-rrley, and Ida Anderson. Burt. Nov. 28. Lawrence Bobs and Helen Schmel- inp. Emmetsburg. Nov. 28. Sherman Smith, Excelsior, Minn.. and Dogmar Lamberton, Minneapolis, Dec, 1. Elmer Briar and Ruth Dentlnger, Mankato. Dec. 3. General HospHal News Lucille Peterson of Algona, telephone operator, had her tonsils removed on Tuesday. Kcmnlh Hospital News Thursday. Erlck Anderson of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Friday. Mrs. George Weir of Algons gave birth to a baby girl, weighing 7 pounds. The child was named Bridget Eileen. Saturday, Mrs. G. H. Ogg of Algona gave birth to a baby girl which dkd a few hours later. Monday, Mrs. Harry Keith of Algona underwent a major operation. Goeders Speaks Dennis Goeders, Algona member of the state flsh and game commission, discussed aspects of the commission's work before the Rotary club, Monday noon, in the Algona hotel. Algona Man and Burt Woman Wed Burt: Mrs. Ida Anderson and John Kuchenreuther of Algona were married Saturday here at the bride's home. Rev. C. B. Mitchell pertoflmed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchenreuth- er are well known here and their many friends extend their best wishes. They will live here In t*e bride's home. Already there's a Big Toy Sale at Gamble's at reduced prices. Tinker Toy, 29c—3Cmas Tree Lights Sets, 29c— 60c Buck Rogers Rocket Pistol, 28c— Lionel Mechanical Freight Train, 79c— Mickey Mouse Hand Car, with track, 790—25 Xmas cards in a box, 19c. 49 FOR SALE—Nice clean 1928 Chevrolet coupe.—Algona Auto Market, West of Court Houce. 49 FOR SALE—Canaries for Christtnas gifts.—Myrtle Turnbaugh. phone 596- J, Algona. 49 FOR SALE—Used baby bed.—Johnson's Hardware. 49 FOR SALE!—Piano. We have a customer near Algona unable to finish payments on Klmball piano. Only $47.50 left to pay. Cash only.—Critchett Piano Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 47-50* FOR SALE—Farms, owned by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, In this and adjoining counties, priced right and on very attractive terms. Write— Elmo Hoffman, Fleldman, Spencer, Iowa, BOX 462. 48-51 Wanted WANTED—Alfalfa, straw, wild hay and other forage. Highest prices paid. —R. S. John, Burt, Iowa. 49* WANTED—A middle aged couple to work on farm. Lady must be able to keep house. Write Box 101, West Bend. . 48-50* For Sale Organdy tea aprons and new print house dresses for Christmas gifts.—The Elite Shop. 49 FOR SALE—1931 Ford coach. Good and clean.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 49 New stamped goods and scarf sets for Christmas at the Elite Shop. 49 BUICK, 5-passenger master coupe to be sold at cut price quick. Call at Up-> per Des Moines office, Algona, phone 230. 54" Congoleum stove rugs, Johnson's Hardware. $1.29.— 49 Hey Hey We can use several cars of baled Alfalfa, Soy Bean Hay, Fox Tail and Straw at Good Prices Write or Call Us McDonald & Co. la. State Bank Bldg. Phone 120 National CANNED MEAT WEEK 16 o*. can BROADCAST CORNED BEEF HASH BROADCAST SLICED POTTED BEEF 3 J* - 25c MEATS 3 IT LIBBT'S CORNED DEVILED BEEF 2 £ n r 29c HAM 2 <* ns 19c 17c 10c Baker's Premium CHOCOLATE J BAKERS JST COCOANUT, Pk 3 . POSTUM, 2, 42c B' 1 -' TAPIOCA M'n^ISc Swansdown 21c 11c 29c 5c Van CAMPS a .I. Con o No - * HI Came * cans SULTANA RED BEANS £T MARYLAND CHIEF Spinach 3 ^ 25c FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST cake 3c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 6 S, 23c SEMINOLE TISSUE 3 rolls 19c CUT RITE WaxPaper2«**-l5c BED CIRCLE Texas Grapefruit, size 96, 6 for .. 25c Carrotts, 2 bunches ........ lie GnVeror Grapes, 2 Ibs. ...... 2Sc Orangea, calf navels, size 216, dozen Tangerines, dosen Zlc BUTTER £*! 8Ute Ib. 32c No. 2 can* Apricots lona Aprico*s2£nf'33c C. & If. Bulk Coffee Ib. M. J. B. Coffee !**. 31 c 21c 2 e.n'61c Brown Sugar 5 fb. 25c Sparkle 6 pkgs. 25c All flavors, Incl. Oboe. Pnddlnt THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. Save that crtam with a Vee» sen- arator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $7750. Terms—BJustrom'8, AU gona. lows. 3.0 FOB SALE— The most potent want ad section In Kossuth county, everj week In this newspaper. Try one. Miscellaneous MONEY TO LOAN—I have a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH Is happiness. Consult Dr. P. C. S-anlan, Chiropractor. Res. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tI Have you tried KIrscha Laundry our Thrifty Wash.— Phone 287 49-tf AMBULANCE AMIJULANCK—MOOERNLY equipped lor any emergency. Phone 11, Mer- ritfs Service. 40-tf PRODUCE HIGHEST MARKET prices paid lor poultry and egys.—Alg'-nii produce, phone- 9-J. 40-51 OPTOMETIIY THK niGHT KIND t.l cl;-.s es can do ,i lot to improve your aprv-r.rarr'c. Sc A, W. Aniun. on. m-xt to Cull Theatre 4') ri.UMHINtt'IIEATINtt YOUR PLUMBING IS THE nur-t i-n- poriani pjrt of your home. Be sure it's '<<>•.: rigl/:. Phone Lain^ .V Muckey. ^74. 4', HEALTHY TEETH THK PHKMATUHE LOSS of a child':, hr.'.t permanent molar c'rties at six ;eare of age. works cha«t, in lh,,- anatomy of the »romh. 'I"li (! firs'- molars are t:.<f greatest tufferers from n.-j;- lecl. Hu-i your child's U-i-lh be. n examined by a dent.!- IV 41) WVVV^ VWtf^ A New Baby Is Born RADIOS WE HAVKTHK 1,ATK MODEL Orun- /w Lint Fhilct) R;KUO, lor talt at Iro'n :;0 HIJ. K.V.U barenins. K( t tliem a> ju.'.trom'b. 49 WORK .SPKCIAL RADIO pluiri lru=tiUk<l. Convenient, dependable, fce t - Pratt E!- tclrtc Co. 49 HHJLTKV FEED ; A HAO of' Red T<-p Egg Mash here lor $2.25 cwt. Your chicks will do belter. Alguna Plour and Feed Co. 4a AUTO KKJ-AIH | A HKAL OVEKHAUtlNG JOB! Tliat's what we promise you. And that's what you'll vt-l. Jast like driving a new cur. -Klberts Ourage. 49 Algona's Youngest Business Infant Opens its Eyes The A new store dedicated to the policy of under selling all competition —a new merchandising idea as revolutionary as the Russian 5 year plan. Annex Chrischilles & Herbst (First door south of Steele's New Clothing Store) CONFECTIONERY | IV YOUR HA'l'KD RIVAL appears on <he liorizon, bring the girl hero, and taw her u.n Algonquin lunch or sun- due. It'll tlx '.liings up. -Be'Jlin-i.r'6 Al- 43 SHOP i IP YOUR HAIR LS DRY and lifeleii 1 youl] tirid the i.ol oil ...ricl ^U-'arii ireat- ait-nlo A Cora I). Milltr will ioipruvu 11 a lot. Phony C04 ^3 UEEK fAHI.OK WtJ HAVfcJ I'liK lifr3T BElili you Ai:U thau not o:ily our ujj)i!i(jii. IL. vvhiii. tney all say. Come VVc-lU-nUuri b. 4U THE ANNEX, new bargain store of Chrischillcs & Ilerbst, opened its door (this in still the only business house in Algona with only ONE door) last Saturday with a record day. Crowds filled the little room from morning until night. We are now definitely convinced that Kostwth county women want a reliable, CHEAP store where they can go " saling" 12 months in the year Bales in the main store (except in January and July) are as dead as a smelt. 1 lere is an outlet for our sale goods. If you are a wise and thrifty shopper you'll be a regular Annex customer 12 months in the year Look at this list of bargains and then join the crowds this week— AND SAVE and dresses, size* 14. 16, IK and Z-pisce and 3-piece knit 20—values to $1245 MteMat* ajtiiUt tJuotka, the pcpular short uiies ladies' t uUu a dretecs, regular $1*8 block from toaiin store ... Ladita*' New Si k Dresses, juU received, a!l size* from 14 ta 46. it want a neat, inexpensive dre*» for everyday—try the ANNEX— trtUMi \/it'm«^ ft-.w r , i .... - ^._ .... and Silk r-untiot, the kind we *old 85 dozen of tW» nammer 2So One full f»»htoued Bilk H<we, ml khaden juid kixet 69c chiunoUucde (iovett—»ew vtylc* odd lots tj»c wiurm, fur UiaxaM>d »U4t pUUx» winter coatjt--the** are One aad worth 4^^ m^t we v« ajJOug fwr then. »8.9«-$ Mid liujidreds of otfJer iteaus, imau lota, broken size.-,, t-U 1 . . . Put the ANNKX oil jow blwpyicg ™^^^ WA/VF

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