The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 16,1936 LIVING ROOM SUITES! Out They Go! Record Values! This is your Greatest chance to get a new Living Room Suite for a fraction of former value! Buy NOW—take advantage of Our Anniversary Special. at Two Piece Suites 5950 up Covered in Mohairs, Velvets, Friezes, Moquette etc. Sturdy frames in newest designs, including Modern effects of unusual interest. Never before has it been possible to save so much money. Richardson Furniture Go. Where Fumiture Soils for Less Third Week of A&P's MONEY SAVING VALUE DEMONSTRATION! Stock Up/ Buy Now and Save! EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE mild imd mellow 45c Ib. bag 1 Ib. bag 15c Franco-American S-1A% 01 cans Spaghetti 25c Doggie 3 can* Dinner 25c Ann Page, all vurii-tif. 16 nz Jar Preserve* 18c I Ib. jar 30c Del Monte Tim-apple - No. 'i i-ns Juice 25c lorut (jrwn Cut 3 No. 'i cans Beans 25c Ann Page Quince or Grape Jelly Sor-j Ann I'agr Current or Red Raspberry 3 -8-oz. Jars Jelly 25c Campbells 3-1(1 <>b cana Beans 18c I'needa Bakrri 1 ib. pkg. Ritz Crackers 21 c Top Ma*t Kippered '^-8 oz. ens Herring 19c SWANSDOWN Cake Flour, 23/ 4 Ib. pkg. 25c CALUMET Baking Powder, 1 Ib. can 21c Pokt Bran Flakes 16 oz |ik 15c lell-O, all flavor*, 4 pkK». l»c Grape Nut FlakeH, 7 Minute Tapioca, 2 - 8««. IOC' ukgs. 23c SKA PERCH FILLETS Ib. 19 C American, Pimento, Brick, Limburger, or VelvwUi Kraft'* U Ib. 1 _ | - a Ib. 1Q I>I*K- IIC *»!»• IOC SUGAR 10 t*" 53c C. & H. CASK 'i5 Ib. 100 IU W.i:) BEAT SKiAK, III Ib. bu K 51< ; '!5 Ib. ha* »1.!H; IU4I Iti hat,' .VI. W»t*r I'iM'k No. IU run Apl*icot8 45c *'"I' ' <"" ' onlrction Shrwldcxl Wheat ('Iran Sweep Brooms 23c 25c Cracker Jacks 3 pkg». lOc U | M . Staley's Starch 16 02. pkg. 9c BABO 2 caas 23c GOLD DUST pkg. 15c Silver Dust, 2 25c .No, 5 -l.j<', No. 7 *iTx' Ivory fuur ti oi. cukrit Soap 23c tuu IU u/ iaki» lilt \VakluiiK 1'ovvtli-r tun M vi. |>kt:-> Oxydol 39c Toilet Soup 'J Ljirs Camay He boup 10 r< K baft, P. & G. 29c 7 kiajit hart, i* iKKfu, » >../. tn,uli- ;i ( POTATOES, new Whites .. 10 Jbs. 53t Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. . -. .21c | Celery each 13c Carrots, 2 bunches lie ~ , - t " i1 * 1 •*• I' 0 ' I riead Lettuce ...... 17c Canteloupe, size 36 29c' Lemons, size 300 .. 38o ill Hate ttllliUl, j:3U |.. in.— IvKNT— 1 ut » , \\ . u and Thurh. lootl Stores Uu UJant fld»-1h£ Quidzt*t Way ALGONA GRAYS BREAK FOREST CITY'S HOODOO The Algona Grays played heads- up baseball, Thursday afternoon, at Kanawha to break the Forest City Collegians' jinx over them, 86. Scrub Anderson started It off by sending one of the offerings of his former teammates into centerfield for a single, scoring a few minutes later on Wander's base hit. The Grays maintained a one-run lead behind the steady pitching of Berke until the seventh when two walks, two hits and an error allowed three Forest City runs to cross the plate. Coming to bat in the last of the eighth, Leonard and Traul sent a couple of Texas League singles out in the field. The next two bat- lers struck out but the pitcher suddenly became wild and walked Corrick, Berke and Anderson, forcing .wo runs across the plate. With the winning scores on base, Smoky Jundert stepped into a fat one that landed safely in centerfield for a double and the ball game. Both pitchers were generous with their walks and 14 men got free tickets to first. The Grays got ten hits and Forest City was limited to five. Summaries Algona (8) Ab H R Anderson, 2b Jandert, ss Wander. Ib ... Leonard, cf 3 Trual. 3b Farnum, rf Kelly, If Corrlck. c ... Berke, p Forest City (6) Johnson, ss Grlffen, 2b Grangard, If Jones, rf Bruise, c Byron, 3b Feeney, cf Boland, Ib Reynolds, p 33 10 8 Errors Cost Ball Team Game. 11*8, With Chicago Nine Untimely errors cost the Algona Grays a baseball victory, losing 11 to 8 to the Chicago American Giants, last Wednesday night on the local lot. The visitors did not play superior baseball to Algona; they bobbled as much, and even had to throw In a relief pitcher, whereas Art Sorcnsen went the route for the Grays. However, the local boys were whiffing with frequency, and at crucial moments when hits would have meant runs. The summary for Algona: Ab H R E Anderson 4 1 0 Jandert ; 5 1 1 Wander 6 2 2 Leonard 5 2 2 Traul 4 2 1 Farnum 5 0 0 Kelly 5 0 0 Corrick 3 1 2 Sorensen 5 1 0 42 10 8 8 32 5 6 LOCAL NEWS Bob Post Is employed at the Al- ;ona Creamery. He has been work- ng there a week. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. King, daughter, Phyllis, and son John, of New Haven, Connecticut, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse. John King graduated from Purdue this spring, and they stopped to Visit the Kruse home on their way to New Haven. Mrs. King is the sister of Mrs. Kruse. Lone Rock Athlete Led College Hitting Cedar Falls, Iowa: Gordon Blanchard, Lone Rock, led the Iowa State Teachers college baseball team In hitting during the past year, finishing the season with a .375 average. The Lone Rock hurler topped the squad in several departments, ranking as the leading pitcher on the team with four wins striking out 62 men, and boasting a .625 slugging average, all of which are the best marks in these divisions. Blanchard also collected two home runs to rank second In that division. Only five men, all regulars, exceeded his total of seven runs batted in, while Griffin Eggers second baseman, was the only man to better the mark of 25 assists turned in by Blanchard. HOUSE OF DAVID NIPS GRAYS, 9-4 INNICHT FRACAS Prizes for Best Dressed Chickens The fair association has added a new classification to the poultry department, namely classes in desirable chickens to be judged on their dressing value. The judge will give the qualifications of desirable market fowls.) then after the judging is completed, the entrants will be dressed and additional premiums paid by Swift & Co.'s local plant to premium win- Mr, and Mr*. <I. M. Storm drove to Trenton. Missouri, Friday to pay a visit to Mr. Storm's brother, Wm. Storm, day. They will return Wcdnes- USED CARS \ KTKKANS, and others who are conK-inphtt- iiitf the purchase of a used car, will lind they ean ^et extra compensation in the i'onn of cash savings in operation and additional comfort and safety when they select a H. A: G. or Square Deal value car from our eoinplete stock of used cars and trucks. R. & G. VALUES 1935 FORD TUDOR SEDAN clean throughout, ready, $175 down, $24 per month. 1934 FORD TUDOR SEDAN black, reconditioned, JIM down, J19 per month. 1933 CHEV. TOURING 4 DOOR SEDAN (lean motor, excellent paint, $131 down. $25 per month. 1934 FORD FORDOR SEDAN deluxe model, trunk, healer, $170 down 121 per month 1932 NASH COUPE iee it to appreciate, $117 down, $23 per month. 1931 FORD TUDOR WITH TRUNK n'v,' tm.- minor overhauled, ni-w paint, $95 down. Jib rr.o. SQUARE DEAL VALUES 1932 CHEV. COACH, NICE RUNNING MI.-- ij.ni good tare, ill? down. $23 per mo. 1930 CHEVROLET COUPE i.'.w |.iiini $7t down. $10 per in/u 1930 FORD COUPE, RUNS GOOD ,i !t;<i .11.aj< at i7t down. $1J> per month. 1930 PONTIAC FOUR DOOR SEDAN ijuuk. inside ilvan. iTti down. $17 per month. 1928 WOLVERINE, 4 DOOR SEDAN ;ii.n..t. ul.jU: Jtil down and $11! pel month 1930 FORD TUDOR WITH TRUNK .(4.-. of n.ilva It-It, *7t down, $16 per month. "AS IS" CARS 1930 Ford Tudor 1930 Ford Coupe 1926 Dodge Coupe Three '29 Ford tudors MANY IKK K.S I<J <HOt>rvt KttOM WITH LONG AND SUUKT VVUttlJJAMK, ANU SIN(ilJl. AN1> Ul AL TIRtS Kent Motor Co. •i-l-i Alguiia, Iowa Benton Harbor, Michigan, sent a House of David baseball team here Sunday evening that demonstrated the best calibre baseball of the year on the local lot. The visitors downed the Algona Grays, 9 to 4, in a well played game. That the Bearded Boys would win was evident after the second inning. They played heads-up ball all of the way, had lots of pepper, pounded the old apple hard, and until the final two innings, played errorless ball. K. C. Monarch* Coming This week the Grays meet Forest City there, Tuesday evening, but come home on Thursday night to play a return match with the Humboldt nine. On Sunday evening another big game is booked with the Kansas 'ity Monarchs, champions of the U. S. colored league last year, coming to town. The Monarchs are a classy club, rated on a par with the House of David boys, and another great exhibition of baseball can be expected. Bangs Home Run AH went well in Sunday night's game until the bat of one Nusser connected with a fast ball for a home run. Nusser parked the horsehlde far over the left field fence, scoring a runner ahead of him. House of David H R Anderson, ss 2 Tucker, Ib . Hudson, rf . Scaling. 3b Clift, cf Frantz, 2b . Nusser, If .. Flynn, c Henry, p . E 1 0 2 0 0 Kosfttith Junior League Baseball Tourney to Open County junior baseball teams will hold their annual tournament at the Algona baseball park, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Pairings were announced Monday night. 1 Wednesday, June 17 9 a. m.—-Bancroft vs. Swea City. 11 a. m. Algona vs. TUonka. 1 p. m. Wesley vs. Bancroft. 3 p. m. Swea City vs. Algona. 6 p. m. Tlton- ka vs. Wesley. Thursday, Jane 18 9 a. m. Bancroft vs. Algona. 11 a. m. Swea City vs. Tltonka. 1 p. m. Wesley vs. Algona. 3 p. m. Bancroft vs. Tltonka. 5 p. m. Wesley vs. Swea City. An admission charge of 15 cents In the morning and 26 cents in the afternoon will be made. New Potatoes ARE CHEAPER AGAIN At AKRE S Home grown pea* are here—garden fresh every morning. W*> h»v* n Rppclal price on qfJTVES thin week—»l»o dame M taut wff.lt Jmt received shipment of dried peached, prunes and apricots— large fruit and finest quality. ; Flour priced were reduced again ladt week. Frmh Aprteote, Plums and Peached are on, aldo Florida Grape Fruit First Door South of Qoeders Store Phone 290-291 or better yet, step in at AKRE'S 2b Algona Anderson, Dozick, ss Wander, Ib Leonard, cf . Traul. 3b-lb Farnum, rf ... Kelly, If Corrick, c Grant, p Sorensen, p ... Jandert, 3b 12 9 3 H R E 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 4 4 CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE:—1931 Pontiac coach. good price for quick sale. Phone 91-VV, Algona, Wray Service. 24* Rebekah's Doughnut Sale at Anderson and Basket Groceries. Saturday. Phone orders 777. 24* FOR SALE—Threshing machine, Altman-Taylor separator. 14 foot Garden City feeder. Hart-Parr tractor, complete set of belts. Transmission for 1<)27 Dodge.—Hnrm Hclmers, 1 block west, 1 north, of Sioux City Seed Co. plant. 24* FOR SALE—Three mowers.—Joe Bloom. used lawn 24 FOR SALE—Opportunity to have 3,400 families read your want ad In this paper, for the small ro.it of only 25 cents per week. 23 FOR SALE—One good, used Royal portable typewriter. $25, ideal for hchool work, or handy for home. Also KrniuiKlon .standard size model at J25. See them, Algona Upper Des Moines. 23 FOR SALE—F12 Kurrnall tractor and cultivator, one 15-30 Mc-Conn- Ick-Deerlng tractor.—Edwin J.-ir&fo- son, l'i mile north Lakota. 24* FOR HALK—Strawberries, large, priiv, special flavored, Fairfax strawberries, market price, box or crate -Orion Berry Farm. 23-24' FOR SALK--Beautiful little piano. Will ueil $6 per mo. See it in Algonu.—Wholesale Dept. S, Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 23* FOR SALE—Male Gordon setter pup. 3 moa. old. Call 489-J. 23-24" NOW—Appliance Sale—Refrigerators, Washers, Ironers—for 10 days only. Coronado Electric Refrigerator, J77.50. Ail-Wave Radio, 118.95.—Gamble .Stores. 24 Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 445 Algona. Will bring him to your place—H. M. Colwell, Auct. 19-20 Miscellaneous M ERCH ANTS NOTICE—Cigar- ttte bonds $2.00, Beer Bonds $5.00. Notary Public Bonds $2.50. Bonds ibsued here at our office—Algona Insurance Agiy 23-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $77.50. Terms— Bjus- troni's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf WANTED -.Energetic young men or woauuri, with tar, for work during summer on icmrnU&ion basis, in vicinities of Sweu City, Lukotai Bancroft. Wesley, Tltonka, LuVerne or bt. Joe, Lone Rock and Whil- lemore. Chance to earn good returns for workers. High school students or graduates acceptable. Write or Imve niune, Box 3, Algona Upper DCS Moines. 24-26* WANTED— Rope splicing of any kind, especially hay rope.—George Spiking*, last hcu*« W. State St. 24* LADIES—$10 up paJd weekly mukLng fiber Uuwt-ru. Steady wurk Send ISc lor sample flowtru, instruction* and sufficUm material to start.—L. Jon**, Dept. 153, Olney, Illinois. 24* WANTED—Man to btlp drive and stuuc axu-n^e cl trip from Al- gouu to north central Pennsylvania. Sue Hhumway at Aigoua Upper Dt* Moines otfict 24 Virginia Morck went to Mankato Sunday, nnd will spend the week visiting relatives. John IJnnan of Maurice, Iowa, visited at the home of his son, L. E. Linnan. Thursday and Friday. James Bishop arrived at hH home Friday for the summer. He was a student at Ames during the past year and will return there this fall. Kthel McFndden, daughter of Mrs. Sarah McFndden will spend wo weeks' vacation, as a guest of friends on a dude ranch in Colorado. The former taught school at Greenville during the past year. Patricia Kruse of O'Nell, Nebraska, will spend about two weeks visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse. Her mother. Mrs. Hubert Kruse. will come from O'Neil to take her laughter home. Richard Schmitx arrived Satur- lay and spent the week end at the S. E. McMahon home. Mrs. Schmltz. formerly Marian McMahon, and little son. Peter David, returned with him to their home in Storm Lake. Mrs. Schmltz and Peter David have spent the past two weeks visiting relatives in Algona. .Mrs. Chan. Lathrop and daughter, Meredith, returned Monday from Salem, Oregon. Meredith has been attending business college In Salem, and Mra. Lathrop has been in Portland and Salem since January. Meredith will return to her college duties In two or three weeks and Mrs. Lathrop will join her this fall. Father Uavern, and Father Hyland of Whittemore, and a brother of the latter, Father Hyland of Sioux City, left Sunday morning for Boston. Massachusetts. Father Davern will spend about two weeks In Boston visiting relatives. The two Father Hylands will go to Ireland for a three months' visit with relatives. A Three Days Sale Summer Knit DRESSES Buy an Extra Dress ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst You call now buy an extra Kilk drr»n at our little ANNEX brcaune prlmt are no rfiiAonahle that you really haven't any idea of the quality, appearance, wtmhabillty and charm of the kltk frorltM you ran purchase for only $2.88 $3.88 $4.88 Treat yourx-lf—by chopping at the ANNEX for Inexpensive kllk drr*»e*, an well a» popular priced cotton drauie* at only 98c All unite bilk hate choice of the »hop (new) 98c TO THE PUBLIC AND CUSTOMERS OF PETERSON'S STUDIO Wn warned you nevera! yearn aK" under I ho hiuditij.' of "The Bad Wolf" in regards to i/ien and Kroup.s kelliiiK tickets from out of town fur photograpbu. That baa b.-i-ia tried out iu this coiuuiuuity Hc-vi-rul iioitb, and Borne of you btill have thb tkkttfc on yuur baudi> Our studio la one which I command fctrvice and quality from, and we have had very little complaint at any time. Use your Judgment and ask younwslf the wisdom of buying tickettt from someone not known locally, and not established »ifri', about whom you know uoth- IUK Waate your money, if you wibh. but reinembfcr at the aamo nme we are having to tfclp pay local taxes. You call reach as at any time to get an adjustment on anything; try that with an ouuide i-TOUp. My udvice an your official pho- u/Krapber is that you turn lhc-:u iiom yuur door wutu tht-y come, uud do not buy any tickets, whatever. Will F. Brown Peterson'* Studio For Your Home Home Appliances Are A Necessity! The ultimate goal in life it security, and that means a: happy home for the whole family. Home appliance* today are a necegglty, not a luxuary. Our fltore ha* become the leading appliance store in thin section. We invite your careful inspection of our merchandise. The Kitchen Needs These— 1 - Frigidaire Refrigerator 2 - Skelgas 'Quick Heat' Stove The Basement Thi« 1 - Maytag Washing Machine (Either Electric or Motor Driven) The Living Room Need* A 1 Philco All-Wave Radio (Either AC or Battery SeU) We also handle J)elco Heating Plants, Vega Separators, Whiting Stokers, Modem Maid Ooal Itanges and Torridaire Heaters, Electro- lux Kerosene Refrigerators. VQU I AN OJET EASV TERMS AT BJUSTROM'S HOME APPLIANCES Aigona, Iowa Hwea City, Iowa i i Thursday-Friday Saturday June 18 -19 - 20 The tremendous success of our recent gale of early Spring knit dresses by Bradley, Miriam Gross and SmarUiport, prompts us to repeat. We offer for three days, about 50 high grade suits and dresses, made by these three famous manufacturers In short sleeved light colored string laces and silk boucles (Ideal for hot weather) in sizes from 14 to 20 at the ridiculously low price of $1O These wonderful knit garments are practical, cool and fashionable and you will get many times this small price out of the excellent wear they will give you. Don't miss this un- uRual opportunity to secure a real bargain . . . These dresses sold regularly at $12.85, $15.00 and $18.50 and Include many white and pastel shades.
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