The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1936 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 12, 1936
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.., 1,^.:^ -Jfc.*.-.^. . . *-. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 12,1936 OHO LIESNERS WED 20 YEARS Letts Creek: Relatives and friends gr.ihcred Tuesday evening at the Otto Liesener home to remind them of their 20th wedding anniversary which fell on that day. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family, the Wm. Zumachs, the Arthur Zum- achs, Mrs. Ed Kressin and two sons, Wm. Liesener, the Otto Ruhnkes, the Arthur Ruchs, Noah Reiseners, Herman Reiseners, the Robert Dreyer family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittcopf and Malinda Kading, the Wm. Wetzels, the Harold Smiths and Esther Geitzen- nuer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener and Mrs. Kain and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob and Luella Liesener, all of Algona. Five hundred was played for the entertainment and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl won high, Malinda Kading and Martin Meyer, low. Lucille Meyer won a prize for guessing the right number of beans in a jar. St. John'* Drops First Game This Season. Ft. Dodge St. John's of Bancroft, touted as the strongest academy team in northwest Iowa, was swept to its first defeat of the season Friday afternoon, losing 5 to 1 to Corpus Christ! nine of Fort Dodge. Carlson, nee hurler of the north side academy, lost n shutout when Blocker, St. John's rugged third- sacher. •smncked one over the fence for a home run. Carlson was reached for seven hits and issued only one walk. Walsh, St. John twirler, also held his free passes down to one. Only one error marred the fielding performances of the two nines, St. John's Bancroft Ab R H E Kohnke, ss 4 00 Murray, 2b 4 01 Saunders. cf 301 Blocker, 3b 3 Walsh, p 3 Welp, c 3 Foth. Ib 3 Menke. If 3 Johnson, rf 2 Totals 28 A POINT; THE point is—for Hi* take of your family's health I and comfort and for your own convenient* and urH- mate economy, you need air conditioning in your home. PROBLEM Th« problem it—to know |usl what tort of air-conditioning you really n**d and to get it at a price you can afford. THE ANSWER Tho answer is-Suporfox, tho Oil Burning Hitting plant thai condition* air. Suporfox is oil bvmor, hooting plant, air fllUr and automatic humidMor—all in ONI COMPACT UNIT. Wo can't toll you all about Suportox horo, but wo'll bo glad to dom- onttmto — or sond you ono of our interesting booklets -"Tho Family Lovks at Suporfox." G. S. JOHNSON We devote our "little corner" to cotton this week NOT because it's National Cotton Week but because we have such a beautiful line of new cotton dresses. Clever New Cotton Dresses Here are all the newest modes fur summer in light, airy, crisp cotton dresses .n sizes from 15 to 50 and comprising all the pastel colors so desirable for the hot days ahead. There art Hock dot voiles, seersuckers, blister crepes, dotted Swisses and batistes in every conceivable style from tailored models to the more "dressy" types. Conn- in this week and see this unusual showing. Liu-ially HU.N'DHKD.S to pick from. $1.98 $2.98 • At The Annex, You'll Find a Fine Sel- QO., ection of Cotton Dresses for only JOC Distinctive Cotton Laces for $6.75 Cotton late difc.s:-e^ are sweeping the luuiitjy. :ind this .-t of course .shows a git-at line. Aii t ulorx tio<.iii> u{ :-.tyltM. ^•ianJc-t au:iy ul .-.tnclly hi^h „•: .ule « >Htcn di'f.sst-a shown li: Alyona. No kiddin' --this i. a ^orytGu.-, display. New silk linens ;uc also liert- i ute. snappy little tailored dresses that ha\e style -and lots of it. 1' at $8.95 • King Cotton Reigns Supreme \ ALGONA FOURTH IN CONFERENCE TRACKTOURNEY Local Two Mile Relay Team Wins First Place Algona's two mile relay team, consisting of Tom Bruns," Richard Lund, Leroy Mathison and Russell Sands, brought home a silver baton for winning that event in the annual North Central conferencN track meet, held last Saturday at Humboldt. Algona was fourth. Webster City won the meet. Webster City 62 Humboldt 37 Hampton 31 Algona 30 Clarion 29 Eagle Grove ll Iowa Falls 9 Lund did the heavy individual scoring for Algona, taking first in both the 880 run and the mile run. He ran the former in 1:56. Mathison was third in the 880. Bruns took first in the javelin with a heave of 141 feet, six inches while Muckey was fourth. Hanson took first in the discus, accounting for the remaining points. Hospital News Kosmth Hospital News Wednesday, Mrs. C. D. Schaap gnve birth to a baby boy, weighing 6'i pounds. Friday, Mrs. John McAtee of Algona, gave birth to a baby boy, weight 6\4 pounds. Friday, Mrs. Charles Steil, Algona, gave birth to a baby boy, weight 5 pounds, 13 ounces. Saturday, Greta Sleper, Titonka, underwent an appendectomy. Monday, a baby boy was born to Mrs. Harley Troutman of Algona. The child weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces. Monday, a baby boy was born to Mrs. Harold Clayton, Algona, which weighed 7 pounds. KOSSUTH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM LOSES, 80-40 Humboldt high school's track team defeated Algona high in a dual meet, 80 to 40, at Humboldt, last Wednesday afternoon. Householder, newly uncovered .iprint man, was unable to Compete in the 100 yard dash, his favorite, because of a pulled muscle in his leg. Householder captured the 100 yard dash in the triangular meet at Emmctsburg. the ori-ceding week. Lynk tied for second in the pole vault, with a leap or 9 feet and 6 inches, and was .first in the high tiurdles. Vinson took second in the high hurdles and was third in the low hurdles. ' Lund turned in a nice performance, winning the mile run, and also the half mile. In the latter event Algona also took second and third, with Mathison and Nordstrom following Lund across the finish in that order. Sands displayed a nice Hash of form, but was nosed out of first place In the 100 yard dash, coming in second, and took third in the 220. He was also third in the 440, which is enough for anybody to run in one afternoon. Nordstrom was third in the broad jump, and Bruns took first In the javeline to account for the remaining points. Rodman won the right to represent this district in the state final high school baseball tournament, Saturday, defeating Masor, City, last year's champ, 5 to 3. Rodman defeated Armstrong in the semifinals, 12 to 10. after Armstrong held the lead most of the way. Semi-finals—Mason City --, Rock Rapids 6; Rodman 12, Armstrong 10. Finals—Rodman 6, Mason City 4. Kossuth county teams in the district high school baseball tournament at Armstrong did not need to be rained out in the final games, Saturday afternoon, they were washed up in the earlier rounds of P'ay. Ledyard carried the hopes of northeast Kossuth. The Ledyard boys had won the county title, a week ago Monday, by defeating Titonka. 7 to 0. Moulton had pitched a no-hit, no-run game. Other members of the Ledyard team are Warner, catcher; Stubbe, first; Green, second; Lloyd, third; Barnes short; Dyer, Busch and Baumann in the outfield. TITONKA-LEDYARD LOSE AT ARMSTRONG Armstrong: The finals of the district baseball tournament were halted here, Saturday afternoon, by rain. i The scores in the first 2 rounds: Thursday: Kensett 3, Bode 4; Armstrong 9, Excelsior Twp. 8; Rodman 4, Rake 3. Friday: Rock Rapids 6, Titonka 1; Mason City 20, Bode 2; Rodman 4. Moneta 3; Armstrong 2, Ledyard Armstrong's team staged a comeback to win its first game. Excelsior had a six run lead. 1 4 Corners Club Meeting Friday Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet this Friday instead of Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wm. Rich. The program will be as follows: songs, "Oh. Motherhood the Beautiful"; roll call answered with Quotations on Mother or a poem; paper, Clara Drayton and a poem by Irene Holdren. Lone Rock Wins Lone Rook: After losing out in the last inning of the first and sec- and game of the county tournament Lone Rock defeated Burt in the final game 4 to 3. Playing Bancroft at home May 6, they defeated Bancroft 18 to 2. The batteries for the Burt game were Earing and Larson, and in the Bancroft game, Marlow and Larson. FOR SALE—Roan registered shorthorn bull.—L. F. Jenkinson, 1 mile west and '. mile south of Algona. 19* Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATK OF IOWA KOSSl'TH COUNTY, ss. Notice Is hereby Riven that by virtue of General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of AlarnliaJ! County, Iowa, on • judgment rendered In mala Court on the nth day of March, 1936, In favor of K. S. Norton & Son as Plaintiff, nnil agalnHt Fred Mnrtlr. and Mrx. Fred Martin ns defendants f"r the niim of KlRhty-Nlne and ::u-IOo <|S9..10| i»,||ar.<< and runts. laxi-d at Nine anil L'0-100 <|9. :.'(!) Dollars und ai-criilnK conts I lave levied upim ihi- followliiK described real property as the property of the said Fred Mnrtlr. and Mr?. Fred Martin to satisfy said execution, to- wlf The South Four (I) rods of lot four Hi nt Government lot three f;:i - "f the Southwest Quarter fSW, i of the Northeast Quarter cN'K'il of Sert Ion Kleven 111) Tinvn.-hlp ».". North liango 29 Al- Kora. Kossulh County. Iowa. And 1 will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may i.e necessary Hi satisfy said execution. .vith i-iisiN ami .".c'TiiliiK costs at mil, lie unction, to the hlKlcxt Iddder. for cash, In hand, on the llh dav of June. 1M">. at tlie east door .if Hi.- Court Mouse in Kossuth County. Iowa, at the hour of 10 '.'clock A. M.. of s.ii.l ilev wli.-n nnd when- due .ill.-n 1,'inc.. will I.e ^Iveu by ili«- iirnlerxfKned. Dated this 4tl d»v i,f May I9.T6 '.'AIM. DAlll.HAl'SKIt. .Sin-riff of Kocsutli County. Iowa. !•:. c. Mc.Mahon. I'lalntiffs Attor- 19-1-0 There's no luck obott it whan I in* Mar) Ann Flour —it's oi ways dvpcndabU." 'How do you manage to hove suck good luck with your bolting •very tint*?" WVrA^ Mary Ann Flour 49 Ibs. $1.98 Fremont's Best Flour _ _ .49 Ibs. _ _$1.69 RadiaiUFlour ... 49Ibs. $1.39 Libby Grapefruit _2 large No. 2 cans 25c Choc^ Candy, quality merch., Ib. 19c Monarch Coffee 1 Ib. pkg. 25c liiu> that delicious flavor Old Dutch Cleanser <ior» Further Uoe»n't Scratch 3 lar«e calls 25c Brooms (iood One*. We will allow you lOc on your old broom and you buy a new ZOc broom for only 19c Prince Albert and Velvet per tin lOc Candy Bars and Gum, all kinds 3 for lOc DeSofcTfoTiet Tissue 25c 5-1000 Sheet Rolls Delicious Fruit Large 'i'/i can Rosedale Green Gage Plums 15c Start Your Chicks Out the Hubbard Way Hubbard's Mash, Concentrate, No Korn and Turkey Mash Vegetables and Fruits Fresh Meats BASKET GROCERY Classified Ads FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter, good condition.—Upper Des Molnes Office. 19 FOR SALE—About 200 bushel yellow, tested seed corn, 90 percent germination; in ear $3.50; shelled, tipped and butted, $4.50. —Algona Auction Co., east of Northwestern Ry. 19 FOR SALE—Illinl Soy Beans, 2Hc Ib.—Geo. E. Harner, Armstrong. Phone 62F7, Swea City. 18-20* FOR SALE—1929 Model A roadster. New tires, battery and radiator. G. M. finish, Reconditioned motor. Good top and curtains. Rumble seat Worth $125. Inquire this office. 19 FOR SALE-JDak dining table, chairs, buffet and dresser.—W. A. Barry. 19 For Rent FOR SALE—need corn.—John Miller, Elmore, Minn. Rt. 3. 18-19* FOR SALE—Westinghouse electric stove. Only slightly used. In quire this office. 19* FOR SALE—Silver King seed corn. Reid's yellow dent. Golden Bantam sweet corn.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. 19* FOR SALE!—Fine tomato plants. Just north Deep Rock Service station. Phone 436-W.—D. L. Driver. 19* Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $77.60. Terms.—Bjustrom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 446 Algona. Will bring him to your place.—H. M. Colwell, AucL 19-2U FOR SALE:—Bargains In odds and ends of 1935 crop of Kossuth Reliance seed corn. High germination. Also some 1935 crop of individual ear tested Kossuth Reliance seed corn at $4 per bushel. Also some 1934 crop of Golden King seed corn at $2.—Arthur L. Look, LuVerne, Iowa. 19-20 FOR RENT—Trailer house 8x14. Inquire Chet Cook, 441 S. Minn. St IP Wanted WANTED—Work by high school girl, soon as school Is out. 412 No. Minn. St. 19* WANTED—Retail Electric Appliance salesman for retail desJer In Algona. Write experience.—Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co. Write c-o Upper Des Molnes. 19* Miscellaneous ANNOUNCEMENT—I am a candidate for County Auditor on the Democratic ticket. Tour support in the June primary will be appreciated.—C. R. Janvrin. 17-21* ANNOUNCEMENT—I am a candidate for supervisor from the first district on the democratic ticket. Your vote appreciated.—Henry F. Weber. 18-21* It's here—the season for all outdoor sports—Equip for them all at Gamble Stores. Baseball, Diamond Ball, Golf, Fishing, Camping. Official Diamond Ball, 98c.—Official Baseball, $1.19.—Golf Balls, 5 for $1.00 and up. 19 A&PHastheValues lona Peas or 4 No. 2 cans CORN 25c Navy (Pea) 5 Itm. BEANS 15c Llpton's % Ib. pkg. 37c O. P. TEA •/« ib. pkg. 19c Upton's Green H Ib. pit*. 19c TEA % ib. pkg. I3c Sunsweei "Tenderized" 2 Ib. pkg. PRUNES 19c For Health Drink 6 oz. can OVALTINE 33c Morton Hose Date 3 cans PUDDING 25c Milk Choc. Bars two 8 at. bars HERSHEY'S 25c B«W« qt. Jar Salad Dressing 27c Inqlreu about Silver Plated Salad Fork or Spoon Offer! Bananas _.41bs. 25c Pineapples, size 24, 2 for S5c Head Lettuce, size S, 3 hds 19r BABO two 14 oz. cans 23c ' 'ttle Boy two 2 or. not*. BLUE n c Magic IK. pkg. 21c WASHER »oz. P k K . 8c Toilet Soap 3 cakes PROTEX 13c Snow White, cotton soft tissue SEMINOLEro™ (lhee 25c Hear Kate Smith 8:30 p. m. KRNT C. & H. Cane SUGAR 10 Ib. cloth bag 49c 25 Ib. baft M-2S 100 Ib. bag S4.94 BEET SUGAR 10 Ib. cloth bag Sic 29 Ib. bait $1-2* 100 Ib. bag $4.74 Iowa State Brand BUTTER IK 90., Swift or Armour'* pure LARD 4 Ib. ctn. 53c B Ib. eta. fl.00 Sunnyfleld FLOUR 24J4 Ib. baft 69c 49 Ib. bag $1.35 IONA FLOUR 24 !i Ib. bag 65c 49 Ib. bag $1.29 Del Monte Y. C. PEACHES two 2 12 can 29c 2 No. 2>/i cans 27c lona Brand P. I- No. 10 can* S9c Ann Page T. C., P. L. BEANS Four 16-oz. can* I9c Tomato Sauce Beans IONA Six 16 oz. can* 25c Every Tes., Wed., Thurs. A&P Food Stores FOR BAUD—T*How dent seed corn, ear twiled,—OUo Taylor, 3 miles west, a mll(« south Burt. 19* FOR SALE—Vindex sewing machine, brand new* never used. $59.50—Bjustrom's. Id USED CARS 1934 Chevrolet sedan 1931 Model A coupe 1930 Dodge sedan 1929 Chevrolet coupe 1931 Chevrolet sedan 1930 Chevrolet coach 1931 Chevrolet coupe AND OTHERS New Oldsmobiles on Display Algona Auto Market West of Court House THE TOWN 13 TALKING ABOUT K. Curly and His 9-Piece Orchestra, From Waterloo, Iowa* Playing Saturday Nite, May 16 DREAMLAND BALLROOM SEXTON. IOWA Follow The Crowd GIFTS For the Graduate Boy or Girl Give Something Useful and Distinctive For Something DIFFERENT Try James You'll want to give them something commemorative of their achievement, something that they'll appreciate and remember, something that will last. You have your choice of attractive and useful gifts that will please the graduate whether it be a boy or girl at James. Parker Pens ;. _$5.00-$7.50 Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets —$1.50 to $10.00 Compac'ts $1.00 to $3.50 .Bath Powder 1 50c to $1.00 Shaving Sets 69c to $2.50 Toilet Sets 50c to $5.00 Dresser Sets $1.98 to $6.29 Billfolds 49c to $3.50 Fitted Zipper Oases For Ladies , $4.00 to $8.00 Fitted Zipper Oases For Men $2.98 to $5.00 Five Year Diaries ... 50c to $1.50 Perfumes and Toilet Waters 50c to $2.50 'Pictures and Mottoes 50c to $1.50 (iraduation Oards 5c to 25c K. D. JAMES The Rexall Store ////'/^^^ Sport Suits for town and country wear- a qreat showmq- America's dominating values The whirlwind demand for sport cuita has met us fully prepared. Every latest style refinement in single or double breasted models is represented in our vast stocks. Every type of fabric from firm full bodied worsteds to smooth silky gabardines, colorful shetlands and homespuns, rich velvety flannels and saxon- ies. Every man or young man—no matter what his size or build—no matter what his preference as to color or pattern—is sure to find what he wants and needs. Best of all, every suit represents a value that only far-sighted buying and extraordinary resources could have produced. Palm Beach Suits Whites and colors. All sizes, regular, sborts, aud longs. $16.75 One or Two Pants at 22 50 Hub Clothiers Ltuthold-Williams-Reynolds op • '••ul*r Ungrii Mck rixtt •*-<* *'•«**•

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