The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1936 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 26, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 26,1936 Algona Grays Play Storm Lake Team in Opening Home Game Spndfry Our Poppy Sale Amounted to $212 A total of 2325 poppies were sold Saturday in Algona and LuVerne in the Annual poppy sale, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The .proceeds amounted to $212, one-fourth of which are sent to the Des Moines facility for disabled veterans and the remainder used for the welfare fund for Algona disabled veterans and their families. Twenty-five members of the local Auxiliary unit and Junior Auxiliary took an active part in the sale. Last year sales amounted to $240, but included the sale of wreaths which were not made this year. MAYOR'S COURT CASE E. M. Huber, Algona, was charged with feckless driving in the court of Mayor C. F. Specht, last week. He was bound over to the district court on the charge. FAMOUS TEAMS BOOKEDFOR ALGONA GAMES WWWWWWWWWW SOLD OUT! I have just two weeks to reduce my stock one-half, and to do this, I must sell this stock at cost and less. On June 8th what I have left, I must throw to one side and make way for carpenters and painters and a new front to be put in. While the pavement Is torn up drive up to the back door, it is very handy for you. Do your Saturday's shopping on Friday this week. Tomatoes, Corn, Pumpkin, Beets, Kraut, Lima Beans, Peas, Carrots and String Beans. Mostly No, 2 size cans FOR QUICK CLEANUP , i assorted ____ 39c *'*'*• Extra While They Last No. 10 Peaches, si. or halve* 39c Pork and Beans, Kidney Beans, Kraut, Pumpkin, Hominy, Lima Beans, Beets and Tomatoes. Large 2% size and tall cans FOB QUICK CLEANUP gCans v assorted Extra While They Last No. 10 Barlett Peara 33c White's Grocery Big Turnout Expected fo Crack Game Here [Under Lights Cummings 5c to $1 Picnic Plates 12 for 5c Paper Napkins __-- 120 for lOc Wax Paper 100 sheets lOc Picnic Baskets 25c Tumblers 3 for lOc White Clips 5c W T hite Plates lOc Anklets, all sizes New Rayon Pajamas Brassiere Top Slips _* Elastic Knit Rayon Panties _10c pair __.$i.oa ___$1.00 25c Straw Hats White Shoe Polish White Purses Kne-Hi Silk Hose ._ Silk awl Net Brassieres Men's Short Sox , lOc lOc _25c-49c-98c 40c 26c ___19c pair Cummings 5c to $1 Mid-season finds us well prepared for your summer needs with hundreds of new silk and cotton dresses pouring into our stock. You'll like these cool, uiry, crisp new frocks, so comfortable, so practical, so very dressy and so very reasonable In price. There are the tailored washable silk dresses made from bilk-linen—also the dressy chiffons in gorgeous prints—every type and every mode. These dresses sell at only $6.75 $8.95 TIIK AN.NKX IS IIKAU- (JtAKTEKS KOK TIIK I'KKTTIKST HII.K IIKKSSKS VOI KVKK SAW FOK O.NLV $2.88 $3.88 $4.88 NrH khipiiifiiU of uhite llutb r.t bulb the MaJn Store mid the Auaex. The Algona Grays will open th home baseball season under th light next Sunday night. Thl game will be the first of a list o the greatest clubs in Iowa to ap pear here. June 14, the Israelite House o David Is scheduled; June 21, th Kansas City Monarchs, colored June 26, Tezesco Mexicans; Jul; 14, the Canadian Clowns. Sunday June 7, is open at present but a home game is assured as soon as a good team can be booked. New faces will be seen In the line-up this season. Boys already under contract and who have been in training for three weeks wil start in the opening game. Rec Corrick of Ottumwa who caught the last part of the 1935 season will be on the receiving end again. Red once owned a Cleveland contract. Wander of Algona will be at first as usual. Scrub Anderson of Fairmont will play at second. Scrub played regular with the Forest City Collegians last year and several night games with the Grays. Traul from Ottumwa at third base, is a newcomer. He is at home in any position on the infield. Snell of Mason City, now playing with the champion Iowa State team, will fill shortstop. Snell is in doubt for the Sunday game unless school is out at that time. The outfield consists of Kelly of Algona in left, Leonard of Ottumwa in center, and John Menke of Bancroft or .Furmcn of Fayette in right. Smoky Jandert of Wisconsin is a utility inflelder. Riddle of Burt, Sorensen from Wisconsin and Gaines of St. Louis are the pitchers on hand. Managers Mc- Curg and Butler are seeking another good pitcher with a left hand- er in mind. Other players may be added or released as the season goes along, but no duobt this roster will be aa good as any in the state. The players will be arrayed in new uniforms of white with red braid trimming and red numerals on the back with "Algona" across the front. Red stockings with white stripes and white lettered caps finish the adornment. The grounds are in excellent condition. A loud speaking system will be installed for advice about the players and entertainment between Innings. Cars parking on the road wil] be requested to move along as the state police will oe In charge if necessary. They assured the management that no cars will be allowed to park at the place. The admission will be forty and twenty-five cenia with a ten cent advance on some of the games with the greater teams. All in all, everything is ready for an excellent season of baseball to North Iowa fans. The success depends entirely upon the support FREE Garden Hose with purchase of Lawn Mower. FREE Hay Fork with 100 feet of V Manilla Rope. FREE Clothes Line with purchase of Wash Tub.—FREE Crush with purchase of Varnish.— At Gamble Store's May Sale now going on. HI Kernel of Corn in Child's Throat Hurt: Dr. J. f}. Clapsaddle took Mrs. Merle Woltz and her year old daughter to Town City Monday. The child swallowed a kernel of corn Sunday Mid was having serious trouble to breathe. On the way to Iowa City it dislodged following a violent coughing spell. However, they continued to Iowa City, where Mrs. Woltz remained to have the baby treated. Fire at Vinson's A fire at the Howard Vinson home Monday evening destroyed some clothing and damaged a cedar chest which were in a closet upstairs. Howard was home alone at the time. He heard noises and made a search of the house before he discovered the fire. A few buckets of water and some oiiiok work extinguished the Hamei wKh- out a great deal of damage. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Guaranteed seed corn.—Wallburg Oil Station. 21 FOR SALE—1932 Deluxe Chevrolet coach. Would consider trade. A-l condition. Call at this office. 21 NOTICE—Others have raised Tire Prices—Gamble Stores have reduced Tire and Tube Prices. Gamble's prices are less than dealers' net billing. Buy at wholesale, but BUY NOW. 21 FOR SALE—Goldfish and outdoor pool supplies.—Algona Greenhouse. 21-22 FOR SALE—Manchu soy beans, 2He Ib.: $1.50 bu.—George Miller, Algona, Rt. 2., Phono 45F13. 21-23 Save that cream with a Vega sep- rator. Users biggest boosters. Me- lium size $77.50. Terms.—Bjus- rom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 45 Algona. Will bring him to your lace.—H. M. Colwell, Auct 19-2fi Wanted WANTED—A few cattle to pas- ure.—F. S. Thompson, phone 6F12. 21* WANTED — Dependable farm and. Middle-aged. Some one who •ants good home. Year around em- loyment. Write or see John Gerer, Algona. 21* WANTED—Single experienced man wants job on farm by June Reliable. Call 221 North Dodge, Algona. 21* WANTED—To buy Red fox pups. -Fred Beckenbaugh, Ft. Dodge, la. 20-22* For Bent FOR RENT—June 1 through unc, July, August, a two-room fur- ished apartment. Call 210. 21* Miscellaneous ANNOUNCEMENT—I am a can- idate for county auditor of Kosuth county on the republican ckct. Your support will be appre- iated.—Edwin C. Hovey, Algona. 21* OUR GIFT TO you Ahk for your ineiiibcrtilitp curd NOW, you can secure yifts of silk hosiery the year 'round by joining the Kollins Hosiery Club. With ea» h du/en pairs of Kollins you buy as you need them, we give you the i:ith pair KKKE. You'll like ou. hosiery so well you'll want to line up lor a life-time membership. Let me figure on your shingle job or any cement work. See Howard F'latt, South Minnesota St. 21 EXPERT Floor Sanding. New and complete equipment. Resurfacing a apecialty.—K. S. Cowan, Phone 39. 21* ANNOUNCEMENT—I am a candidate for County Auditor on the Democratic ticket. Your support in the Junp primary will be appreciated.—C. R. Janvrin. 17-21* ANNOI-'NCKMENT—I am a candidate for supervisor from the first diutrict on the democratic ticket. Your vote appreciated.—Henry V. Weber. 18-21* VIOLA STRUECKER SENECA LEADER Named Valedictorian of Class; Victoria Jensen, Second Seneca: The S<>n«y* ment exenciw* w*t* h*M in the Seneca school Tiw*»**y May 19th. Schrt**l*<- *w»t\i» vr*r» by Supt, F. R S»*jri# J* VWN» M Strueccker. ratatfrNsriMi. »fcd Victoria O. .tfntvn. **httat*H9tn. The class was prwewttx! hy S»p*. SMa*te and present* tit* «sf »tip$«na* was mmJ* hy Pr*s»d«>n» I 1 * R. PuMerswn. The graduating rt»*» **f *W consisted of four K\v» ami six tfrls, namely: Oonlon J Built*. Robert A. Halremm, Vernon S. Jensen, Victoria C, Jenwn. Rdel Oiling. Jens P. Ollins- Myrtle 1. Orvlck, Margaret L. Patterson. Viola M. Strucher anil Blanche O. Voigt PRIMARY COMES MONDAY, JUNE1 (Continued from page I.) J. J. Dooley, tne present county recorder, is unopposed on the democrat ticket, and Mrs. Peterson of Titonka on the republican ticket Is also unopposed for the nomination for that office. For county attorney, Hi White of Algona will be the republican nominee, and L. A. Winkel of Algona, the democratic. Neither are opposed in their own party. For coroner, R. A. Evans, present coroner, is unopposed for the democratic nomination, and L. M. Merritt is without opposition for the republican nomination. Many Candidates for Supervisor There are sharp fights in all three of the supervisor districts to be voted on this year. In the First, F. J. Balgeman, present supervisor, is being opposed by Fred Geigel for the republican nomination. The democratic candidates are James Finley, John H. Fraser, John Frideres and Henry F. Weber. In the Third district, Ernest Peterson is the only republican candidate. The democratic candidates are W. S. Cosgrove, incumbent, and John A. Sleper. In the Fifth, P. J. Heiken and L. A. Nitz are the republican candidates and F. W. Baum, Floyd G. Colwell and George Hagge are out for the democratic nomination. Farmer-Labor Party Ticket The Farmer-Labor party has a full ticket of state and district officers in the field, with Francis G. Cutler of Boon* out tor UaJtod States senator, and Wallace til. Short of Sioux City for governor. Fred Dutton is the candidate for representative from Kossuth county. Mr. Dutton's postoffice is F.l- more. Fred C. Wentz is their candidate for sheriff. For Sale Set of Havlhuid China 7 Ft. WeKtlnghoune refrigerator VOAH 2 tub washing machine 12 ft. oak table and chain China cloM-t 4 oak chair* 2 feather mattrettue* Eureka vacuum nwreper good Vlonla Vlctrola and records 3x12 runner ChlfTrobe with large glum Electric sweeper L. E. Krantz 202 Ridgely St. 21* WOOL Top Market Price Paid For Wool (jet our price before you .sell your wool. Joe Greenberg Phone UK Altfona, la. Kresensky's 1-adie.V and Children!)' tjliuen .jnij HuMury SERVICE Car Fainting Body and Fender Work Tops Kvcuvered. Wood Replaced Door Posts Parsons* PAINT ii BOUV SHOP i-'n tituiu iBIdg. Algona Going to AKRE'S Grocery This Week? Sure, yes. \\'c think it is a dandy muni place to trade. You can jret the hest eatables for your money when buying highest quality or ordinary n'ood groceries. "Seal of Minnesota" one of the best Minne- snta flours, and so is Omar amongst the Nebraskan. We have them both and also thfi eheajier ones. Fruits are plentiful—apples, pineapples, grapefruit, oranges, bananas, black cherries, lemons always here. For picnic lunches, dinners or party suppers-see our variety of many delicious suitable items. Town people — please remember Our Own Free Deliveries—H::!0 ami 10 o'clock a. in., 'J::JO and 1 p. m. liny early and buy often—at AKRE'S I' L'««J-'_>«M \^\ door south of <ioedcrs Corner wwwwwwwwwwww Grant School Play Presented, 21-22nd Sxrot City: Th* Grunt township consolidated school presented their class piny. "Margie" at the Grant whool on Thuwdny and Friday ntRhts, May 81-M. Gnat of characters Include* Edna Farrow, Edwin Mlno, Ulcnntce Funderbtlrg, Mary Pwnn, Irene Reed. Margaret Wal- eott. Muriel Payne, Reuben Peder.<««». Vern Anderson. Arnold Boever, Ivan Selberir. MIM Sedwlck is the director. Warning To all motor vehicle and truck operators: Take Notice. No parking will be permitted in the alleys of the business district of the city without operator In charge. Any violators thereof will be apprehended and dealt with acordlngly. Signed, C. F. Specht, Mayor. Swea Memorial Speaker Swea City: Rev. G. R McDowell of the M. E. church will deliver the Memorial day address at the city park at 10 a. m., Saturday, May 30. Chances on a quilt displayed in Christensen Bros, store window are being sold by the January circle of the Congregational church. W. B. Ladies'Aid Elects Officers West Bend: The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. H. R. Bell, Wednesday afternoon. The vice president, Mrs. Frank Mikes, presided at the meet- Ing. Mrs. B. F. McFarland led the devottonals. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. Myron Boos, president; Mrs. Frank Mikes, vice president; Mrs. H. Sloan, secretary; Mrs. W. Harris, treasurer. A twenty-five cent supper was served to a good crowd. You can't lose—Tires at less than dealers' net billing prices at Gamble's. Be your own wholesaler— FREE INSTALLATION—Guaranteed a definite number of months. —Gamble Stores. 31 Used Machine Bargains good »5.29 »6.29 » *7.45 *7.95 '9.25 1—Regular Farmall. In condition. Priced right. 4—McCormlck - Deerlns 10-20 I motors. Priced from $225 to $400. 2—Fordsons, both in good running order; $35 each. 4—No. 201 Farmall cultivators, brand new, shipped in this year. Regular price $115, our price $85 cash. B—Used No. 201A Farmall cultivators, rear attachment type. Cost new $156.50. Some used only one season. Your choice, $75.00. 15—2-row horse drawn cultivators. Mostly John Deere and Mc- rormick-Deerlng. Priced $10 to $50. Also several good single rows. 12—Tractor and horse - drawn gang plows; $10 to $40. 6—used 8-ft. binders. All in good running order; 2 John Deeres, 3 McCormlcks, 1 Osborne. Your choice $40. 1—McCormlck - Deerlng 28-ln. thresher, complete with 14-ft. feeder and drive belt. Has not actually operated 40 days. 1 McCormlck-Deerlng 22-inch thresher. Used very little and in | perfect condition. Has 14-ft. feeder and drive belt. 1—1935 Ford V8 long wheelbase truck. Dual tires. Driven 9,000 miles and looks and runs like new. 1—1934 Chevrolet long wheelbase truck. Dual tires. In perfect condition. 1—1931 Chevrolet short wheelbase truck. Dual tires and good box. Priced right. 1—1930 Willys 6 short wheelbase truck with good box. Overhauled, repainted and priced to sell. 8—head of good work hones and colts. 8,000 Ibs. .good quality Amber cane seed at 2%c a pound. GORWITH IMPLEMENT GO. p. j. «KKI.\F:R & s'o.v Corn-lib, Ion a t»f Thanks We wish 4tf thank out neighbors and frlen3A. fftr tB»" ttiifflheM and syhipathy/given In the Illness and death of but- Husband and father. —Mrs. Vflefira Kuh'.mann and family. , ao* Holiday Values! Del Monte Halves or Sliced PEACHES No - 1 Af\ NO. 2% 4 — can 10C «,,, 15c Edward's Tenderized Marshmallows cello bag Iowa State Brand Ib. Butter 29c Yukon Club 4—24-ot boto Beverage* 29c phtt hot deposit Keoknk Dill 2 qt. Jan Pickles 25c Premium Prepared 2 qt Jan Mustard 25c Borden's American Loaf 2 Ib. box Cheese 47c Rajah Salad qt Jar Dressing 29c Miracle Whip Salad qt Jar Dressing 37c Llbby's Sweet qt Jar Pickles 25c Sultana Queen qt Jar Olives 25c Mild American Ib. Cheese 19c Sultana "Peanut 2 Ib. Jar Butter 22c Ma Brown 1 Ib. S ox Jar, 2 Jan Apple Butter 29c Cut Rite 2—40-ft roll* Wax Paper 15c Paper 2 pkgs. Napkins 15c Cracker Jacks The pop corn confection with a Joy in each pfcg. 3 -1" oz. pkgs.!0c Bananas New Potatoes 4IIM. 25c lOlbs. 39c Stee M, tech Head Lettuce 8c Tune In Kate Smith S:30 p. m. KRNT—Tuetfc, Wed, and Thurs. A&PFood Srores "TOUGH GUY" ISO-VIS "D" HAS YET TO MEET ANOTHER MOTOR OIL THAT CAN OUTLAST HIM I Standard's premium-quality motor oil keeps your oil level UP and your oB costs DOWN -Ui*fi the thing you notice . the punlthmeot of *f«sjp«r-ttae drlvioc. No M vnty la lot foce of tearing eo- ri£t. And the reaion It, Standard maket ISO.VJS "D" by a special proceti that) removei tbote tludf e-formln* car boo-forming impurities which cm down the rcmtanre-to-wear of a mot** oil. Every drop of I»»V1» "D" la clca» ...unooth...all »</...Jooi-U*Unf... plenty "toui[h" I In tha long run ifa aft engine-saver and a rooney-aivcr. ISO-VIS "D" IS THE LARGEST SELLING PREMIUM-QUALITY MOTOR OIL IN MIDDLE WEST Only 24^0 a quart Tax .it a plus f*4fial To* It a 91. total 26* a 1 1'» on tale wherever you MSC that buniliw red-wbite-aad-bliM tifo ot Standard Service. A special chart it each station dunr* exactly what grad* you tbould UM in your car (or the oxwt ffonomirml tafi driving. It will pay you to let tha Standard Dealer drain your eld oil, flush out tb* craokcaw. aad ttart you out with a fresh filling of ISO.VIS "D". Then, ao tor M the oil itKlf U concerned, you wouldn't need to drain (or an indefinite length of time. lw»VU "D" wuo't wear out. But K isn't xttir that **»/» load mater ail-it'i tint Road du&t and other gritty I'/rcign material gradually aiftt into the be»t- protected engine. So, lor lafety, and change your motor oil wary CHECK YOUR CAR FOR SAFE DRIVIN8 AND LUBRICATE EVERY IQfO MILES)

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