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The Algona Upper Peg Mo Joe Metilk 13th In Stole Husking Union: Joe Metille of Union twp. took 13th place In the Iowa stftte corn husklrig championship, held at Newhall, last Thursday. represented this section of the state In the husking contest. Mrs. Metille accmpanied her husband to Newhall for the contest. The September farm income for the nation was 16 percent larger Joe ' than in 1935. showings of luxurious fur coats at Store all this week. ••••^^^^•^••••^••^•^^•^•^^^•^^^^••••l November SPECIALS .*? " : •» > f\ fl With Know Hurries and brisk cold winter days, these timely apparel specials are of interest to every woman who is planning on buying her wintur outfit now. We offer severs] exceptional value* this week at prices which show mbstanUal savings. Here they are—take advantage of them. Fur Trimmed Winter Suits Radically Reduced We have just 12 fur trin winter Hulls in stock, all- gorgeous- large fur collars of beaverelte, and raccoon, chic, swagger jackets, full length in mostly browns 'H few greens) in sizes from 14 io 20. These suits formerly sold for as much as $29.75 and i.ur special price this week is 19 75 t (ther adits reduced in propor- ! ion Large Sized Furred Winter Dress Coats at a New Low Price We have a very special "buy" on some large sized, black dress coats with wolf fur collars, really wonderful coats from 41 to 50 aiie which we are selling at a very special price of CHARITY MOVIE TO HELP NEEDY HERE, NOV. 24TH The second anniversary and the second food show with proceeds to be donated to needy families will be sponsored by The State Theatre, Tuesday, Nov. 24, Gail Pettit stated this week. As was the case last year, admission to the theatre may be had by presenting a can or cans of food at the door, potatoes, apples, sugar, flour, coffee or anything in the food line. This food will be immediately turned over to Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter for distrib- j ution to needy families in time for Thanksgiving. The theatre will open at 1 p. m. and run continuous shows all through the day and into the evening. Those desiring to do so, can pay the usual Tuesday price of lie which cash will also be turned over to Miss Bonnstetter. Feature picture for the day will be Ann Southern in "The Girl Friend." a Columbia picture which is being donated for the occasion by the Columbia Pictures Corp. Other films on the program include The Three Stooges in "Three Little Pigskins", a color cartoon and n news reel. For those having donations to make in the form of sacks of potatoes, apples or articles too large to carry, a pickup of the articles will be made free of charge by Bjustrom's. Last year three truckloads of food, produce and canned goods were obtained and turned over to needy families for Thanksgiving. The Algona Upper Des Moines is cooperating in the affair. Mrs. Droertler It Host to Auxiliary Bancroft: The members- of the American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Mike Droessler Thursday evening. Bridge was played and Mrs. Joseph Fox won first prize with Theresa Stelp- flug being awarded low prlie. A lunch was served by the committee, Clara Nemmers, Mrs. Mike Droessler and Mrs. Ben Lampe. MAXWELL MOTORS HAVE 1937 CARS New 1937 Plymouths and Chryjs- Irrs are on display at the Maxwell Motors, and are creating unusual interest, Russ Maxwell, owner, states. Especially interesting is the new Chrysler Six Royal, with the Gold Seal engine. There are foui- different cars in the line, from the Roy- nl. Imperial. Custom Imperial up to Airflow models. The Royal Is made in 10 different body styles, business coupe, rumble seat coupe, convertible coupe. 2-door brougham, 2-door touring brougham. 4-door sedan, touring sedan, convertible sedan, 7-passenger sedan and limousine. The Royal has a 93 horsepower engine, and is priced in the popular car field. It also has the famous Chrysler overdrive, by which means the motor after gaining a speed of 35 miles per hour or more goes into a fourth gear which allows for example a crusing speed of 60 miles per hour with an engine effort of 40 m. p. h. New exterior lights on the Maxwell Motors Bldg., and on the used car lot across the street have CHEVROLET S NEW CAR ON DISPLAY "A car with almost entirely new Itnes was presented last Saturday by Chevrolet, and the new 1937 models were on display In Algona at the Kossuth Motor Co. Clarence Morrall of the local firm states that the 1937 line will consist of Master and DeLuxe models. Both fines will have the same motor and body lines, but the DeLuxe will feature a few refinements not found In the Master model. The difference in price represents only the difference in front spring suspension; all DeLuxe models have knee-action at no extra cost. All models have safety plate glass and Fisher no-draft ventilation. Hydraulic brakes are again one of the outstanding features in all models, as well as all-silent and nil-steel bodies. lust been installed and are now in use. iSlasSiiecl Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Spotted spring Poland China boars. Price J19.— Howard Witham. Algona. 45-46* FOR SALE-^Good Hampshire spring and fall boars. Also buff and barred rock pullets.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 45-47* FOR SALE—Choice Duroc boars, weight 275 Ibs., priced reasonable. —George Kohl, phone 20FI1, Algona, Iowa. 45-46* FOR SALE—Pure bred Spotted Poland China boars and gilts sired by Silver Boy, a get of Silver King, first prize boar at Des Moines fair. Prices are reasonable.—H. EL Cummins, Dickens, Iowa. 45-46-47 FOR BALE—South Bend cook •tove, Lloyd baby buggy.—L. S. Koppen. 45* FOR SALE—-One more saddle horse, two colts.—Leslie McEnroe. 45* FOR SALE—Pure bred Hampshire boars. Phone 22F21.—Donald Gardner. 45* FOR SALE—Large assortment of good used lumber. All dimensions full size, less than half price. 100 sq. ft. wall board.—E. J. Hodges, No. 18, Algona. «• FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars. New blood lines for old customers: 20 spring, two fall, and one herd boar: guaranteed I breeders at reasonable prices.—Joseph A. Skow. Wesley. 44-45* FOR SALE—Purebred Hamp- ' shire boar.—Leslie Jenkins & Son. • Phone 8F11. 44-45 Miscellaneous WANTED—Guernsey or Holstein heifers to freshen soon.—Bernard Jenson, c-o W. J. Bourne. Phones Algona 11F32, Lone Rock. 923. 45* WANTED—Housekeeper, three !n family, in large city. Able to keep seven room house neat, and cook for family. Address replies and information about self to Algona Upper Des Moines. Room, board and small wages. 45* Save that cream wltlva Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $82.50. Terms.—Bjustrom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-ti For Bent FOR RENT OR SALE—Five- room house in Sexton, Iowa.—Mary Kutshara, 7O3 It. Woocter St., Algona. > 45* FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* FOR SALE— Hampshire boars. nnc: two year old buck, one one yr. old buck.—C. E. Detrick, Algona. 44-45* KOK SALE—Spotted Poland China bud™.—George B. Streit, Whiltemore. 44-45* KOH KALE—<;oc<i iJuroc Jer- M-y boars —A. C. Bjustrom, Whit- tunore. Iowa, Phone 1131. 44-46" I FOFi KALB--Juht a few more 40 ft ho>. < ar nwiies. These cars are very suitable for granaries or any tin,til building you wish. Can be seen ill Ottostn. Iowa 45* coats from 44 13 75 New Oxford Untrimmed Sport Coats Are Here I 8 'I o We have just received 25 new untrimmtd sport popular oxford (dark grey) color and these are ouwt wanted styles tojAiu: season'* moat wanted color. They aw mostly belted. aemi-fjtted tailored modd» i« sizes from 14 to 20. You r.»n buy saeb a warm, styl- Ub coat tor a* Uttto a* ...................................... Other untrimmed syort coat* in oxrord at aud fl&M coals in the the season's 12 85 This Is National Fur Week -- A Special Showing Of Anois Coats Now Dance Higgins Hall Whittemore, la. Friday Nite, Nov. 13 Kelly's Kellodians IOWA Theatre Last two days Tuesday & Wednesday NEW YORK MASQUERADE! ICent Back From Preview of New 1937 V-8 Fords Fred Kent of the Kent Motor returned Sunday from a trip to Detroit, where in company with about 8,000 other Ford dealers from all parts of the United States he viewed the new 1937 model Fords which will be displayed throughout the nation for the first time next Saturday. The biggest feature of the new models, other than their changed and improved streamline appearance, will be an optional proposition, whereby customers will have a choice of either an 85 horsepower V-8 motor in their cars, or a 60 horsepower V-8 engine. The body styles In which either motor may be hal will not differ. The 60 horsepower motor has been added to the line for those seeking a lower-price car offering maximum economy, j Death of Dr. Kennedy Mr. And Mrs. fatfi Sherman were called to Mmneftpoili Sunday by news of the midden death of Dr. R. R. Kennedy, who died in his office Saturday evening supposedly of heart trouble. Mr*. Kennedy is a sister of Mrs. Sherman, formerly Mame Lantry and later the wife of the late B. \V. Haggard. Besides his wife he leaves a brother, who is also a Minneapolis physician. IOWA Theatre Special Attraction Tues. and Wed. Nov. 17-18 Prices $6c SUPERIOR BLOCK Burn Superior Coal Our Stocks of Superior Block or Egg Coal Are Large ' It is low in ash It is quick to start. It will please you. F. S. Norton & Son Call 229 Algona, la. UAI UJont fl<k-1h£ Qukfewt UJoji UMTB1 By an Overwhelming Majority ANIGHT' „, CLAIRE ./*»"* t TREVOR J?jij> JANE DAB WILL Second Feature Roger Pryor "TICKET TO PARADISE" Coming Thurs., Fri., Saturday John Wayne "LONELY ln VALLEY" Western Episode 2 Serial "Vigilante* Are Coming" "Betty Boop" -Tokyo" Kiddie*' Koin Ktab Ping pong match on our stage. Talks on Travel, "Tokyo" OOO0O0O00<WX)0<>0OOCH>O<>CHX«>K8S3^^ ' HOT SHOTS Bargains that wili make your purse sway our way. Ladies golashes, snap fastener Ladies' boudoir slipper*, fl.OO value*, now Children's 4-buckle all rubber We and $L*5 Hoys' Blazer*, slide fastener, a "bargain" at Men'* half wool so*. t pain for Uc Boys' sheep lined coats $LW and Children'* hose, all *iies Men's mud rubbers A house full of Bargain* at Neville's Shoe Store Quality Wins! Ultra Smart—The Finest Products On The Market At This Price OVERCOATS Mt. Rock Fleece Knitcx Coats Hart Schaffner & Marx Alpagora You'll Find Them All Here Months ago we sensed the trend to higher quality in overcoats. Men and young men want better appearance, better clothes. Luxurious fleeces, sturdy tweeds, rugged boucles, colorful tweeds and dressy meltons are ready for your choice .. • in Chesterfield, ulster, guard, raglan and fitted rtyles. We invite you to see toil incomparable collection. $25 to $50 The HUB Clothiers

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