The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 11, 1937
Page 8
Start Free Trial

The AlgonaUpper Peg Moiftea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,1937 CANNED FBtKT Values! "A. A P. Is a good salesman for irw*t raised on IOXVB farm*. Every year we bay about $MOO,OW) worth of meat prodnced In Iowa, advertise It to oat customers In this and other states, display it In our markets from coast to coast, and Rive to Iowa farmers » national distribution for their meat that no other retail organization Is In a position to offer." Del Monte Rvs-sllced 2V4 cnn Peaches . . . 15c Del Monte Bai Oett 2 No 2 cans Pears .... 29c 2 No. 2',4 cans 96c Del Monte Deluxe 2 No 2H ens Plums .... 29c B. 8. P. Water Pack No. 5 cnn Cherries . . . 39c C. & H. CANE SUGAR {•*• cloth 54c Rich & full bodied coffee Red Circle .L, 39c Batternnt 1 Ib. can Coffee . . 29c 3 Ib. can 65e lona Sliced 2 No. 2V4 «ms Pineapple . . . 35c Sultana Brkn Sliced 3 No VA ens Pineapple . . 49c B. S. P. Water pack 2 No. 2 ens Cherries . . . 25c Golden Gate Choice 3 No 2'4 en* Plums .... 25c 25 lb - $1 I*? IWIb. *C |C bag- 4>1«OO hag ^>O.1D Premium Flake 2 Ib. box Crackers . . . 29c Pacific Toilet Paper . 6 rolls 19c SOFTASILK For Better Cakes, Use This Super Cake Floor 44 m. pkg. 25c . Colorado Rural Apples . 4 Ibs. 29c Potatoes . .pk.59c Sate of Seedless GRAPEFRUIT doz. 35c fane In "A. * P. Bandwagon", 7 to 8 p. m. Thursday A&P Foot! Stores In «ai« o! operation, in durability, there It no •qua! to an UNDERWOOD Portable. Snew models. Universal" model Illuv troted—$49.50 rive MODCU MOM — — or if you choose — WHAT OTHER PORTABLE OFFERS AS MUCH? Just the machine to help your children with their school work! Ask to see this fast Corona Standard—and ask about our easy-payment plan too! And- our price includes case and typing lessons. Flowing Shift • Touch Selector • Anchored Carriage • All-Around Prune • Piano Key Action • Full Son dud Width Keyboard • One-Stroke Ribbon Reverse • Complete Visibility • Aik ia ic ibtni' ycu tbtst anJ olbtr Ctnna fiatunt. Give Your Business A Treat CORONA ADDING MACHINES Features, total key, subtraction ffCA £ IID key, non add key, repeat, etc H" W Ot Ui EXCLUSIVE KOSSUTH DISTRIBUTORS Algona Upper Des Moioes 9 North Dodge St. News Briefs Front Kossuth County Priebe Ships Stock Fenton: Ed Priebe shipped stock to Chicago Saturday evening and he accompanied the shipment Old School Houses Sold Titonka Topic: All of the old school houses In German township, including coal houses, furnaces, etc. were sold at auction at the center school house last Thursday. The proceeds of the sale amounted to $1656.56. Two of the school houses went to Algona and the others remained in the local territory. 61 New Cars Sold in Kossuth County First Month of Year Whittemore Host Whittemore: The District Diocesan declamatory contest which was to have been held in the Academy hall last Sunday night was postponed due to bad weather conditions. The contest will be held next Sunday night, Feb. 14th, at 8 o'clock in the Academy halL V. P. W. Donates The local V. F. W. organization donated $10, the proceeds from the recent slum feed, to the school milk fund, and $5 more to the Red Cross relief fund. A dance will be held by the organization this Friday night, and some of the member are planning on going to Red Oak Sunday, to attend the seventh dls trict meeting. Sixty-two new cars and trucks were sold in Kossuth County in the month of January, a complete checkup of records in the license department of the county treasurer's otfice shows. New licenses on new cars were issued as follows: Fords Geo. Ennen, Lakota; Wm. L. Tobin, Swea CKy; Lticy Hewett, Swea City; Albert Siemens, Lakota: Lawrence Hagedorn. Elmore, Minn.; Hiram Boeckholt, Titonka; Greg Ramer, Algona; B. F. Sparks & Son (truck); S. E. Straley, Fenton; Stanley Keith, Hurt: Carl Schafer, West Bend, (truck); J. G. Clapsaddle, Btart; Eva E. Schoby, Bode; Robert Bolenus, Wesley; Albert McCarthy, Lakota: Bernard Neuman, Bancroft; C. E. Anderson, Swea City; Ray Bartlett, Titonka; Robert Ward, Burt; G. F. Towne, Algona; Ray MqCorkle, Algona; John H. Bode, Titonka; Chris C. Knudson, Algona; Edna Magnuson, Granada, Minn. Chevrolets Oliver Farm Equipment Co.. Des Moines <2); L. R. Burger, Burt; Lloyd Pratt, Algona; J. P. Hauptman, Wesley; Casey Loss, Algona; Frank Fangmim, Bancroft; C. B. Detrick, Algona; R. F. and Vera Miller, Titonka; Frank Gronbach, LuVerne; Lawrence Johannesen, Bancroft; O. W. Erickson, Algona; Nick N. Thilgres, Bode; A. E. Montgomery, Bancroft; M. W. Smldt, Titonka; John Brunk, Bancroft; M. A. Bruns, Titonka; Wayne Hardman, Bancroft. Chrysler Russell Maxwell, Algona. Plymouth Rev. L. Wlttenburg, LuVerne; Gilbert Pefferman, Bancroft; Jennings Harris, Rodman; Fred Pannkuk, Lakota; Wm. Flynn, Ledyard; D. M. Gerber, Algona; O. M. Thompson, Swea City; P. H. McNertney, Bancroft. International Lester Knudson, Swea City; Cal-, vin Householder, Lone Rock. Dodge Earl Crouch, Fenton; Henry Bailey, Algona; Geo. Wildin, Algona; John Borman. Bode. Fonttac M. Goodman, Algona; Orvllle Anderson, LuVerne. Bnick H. B. Dickens, Algona. Terraplane ' J. R. Johnson, Buffalo Center. Whittemore Creamery The 44th annual meeting of th Farmers Creamery Association of Whittemore win be beld in Higgins Hall, Saturday. Feb. 13. The bus Iness will Include annual reports and elections. Schenck Is Judge Alfred Schenck, prominent farmer living north of Algona, was one of the Judges pictured Wednesday morning In the Regster in connec- ion with the annual grain show leld at Ames during Farm and lorae Week. Hospital News Kossuth Hospital Tuesday, February 9—Emil Laabs of Lone Rock, major surgery. Wednesday, February 10—Mrs. Dell Reibsamen of Titonka entered for medical treatment. General Hospital Tuesday, February 9—Russell Larkin of Algona underwent an appendectomy. The William Jaskulkes, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstlch and son, Charles, were afternoon callers there. The William Jaskulkes were evening guests at the Faulstich dome. Lotts Creek News i MAN and SATYR The Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid of LOtts Creek will meet Fri day afternoon, Feb. 12, with Mrs Fred Haack as hostess. Another parish party will be hel the evening of Feb. 13 in the Lotts Creek school basement Bernlce Pompe, Marlon Jackman and Claire Smith of Lotts Creek went to Algona Friday to take th eighth grade examinations. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, of Fenton, spent Saturday and Monday at the Eugene Pearsons. Mr and Mrs. Pearson accompanied Mr and Mrs. Chris Godfredsen Classified Ads Prom July 1, 1936, to Jan. 1, 1937, , 1,810 children of 482 World War veterans were aided in various ways such as food, clothing, fuel, rent, medical and surgical aid. etc., at a total expenditure of $5,165.62. Four hundred twenty-nine children not of veterans were assisted at a cost of $517.65. Other services such as Christmas baskets, parties, etc., brought the grand total up to $9,684.82, for a six month period, the ' Legion Auxiliary states. Lone Rock: The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary meets this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. N. L. Cotton, to sew carpet rags. Church of the Nazarene The church school will convene at 9:45 a. m. The subject for the morning message by Rev. M. C. Campbell is the question "A Gift or Fruit. Which"? and for the evening sermon "A Question of Love," The young people's meeting Is at 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor Special Lenten services will be held this evening (Thursday) at 7:30. Choir rehearsal after the servlceo. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning worship next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Methodist Church J. H. Edge, D. D., pastor Friday at 3:00 p. m., all of the local churches particpating, the World Day of Prayer will be observed. Next Sunday: Church School at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 10:45 with sermon by the pastor. Epwortb League at 6:30, when Mis* White will give th« third lesson. The union evening worship service will be at the Congregational church. USE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS Trinity Lutheran Church K«v. I*. J. Braner, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. English services at 10:30 a. m. A special collection for the ttiiutl sufferers will he lifted. Hfligious instructions for children Haturday nt 9:30 a. m. English Lenten services next Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The public is also cordially invited to attend. For Sale FOR SALE OR RENT—7-room house, first place north Sinclair oil station, possession immediately.—H. M. Colwell, phone 445. 6 FOR SALE—New Tire Chains to fit Fords and Chevrolets up to 1932, while they last—$1.95.—H. L. Hoenk Dodge Dealer, West of Court House. 6 FOR SALE—F-12 McCormick- Deering tractor with cultivator, run only 30 days. Will sell at $140 din- count, cash deal only. Cost $810 new. ABV care Algona Upper Des Moines. «* A SNAP—My home east of the Masonic Temple will have to be sold by March 1st. I need the money In the store and somebody is going to get a bargain.—Jimmie Neville. 6 FOR SALE—S. C. Red Cockerels, bloodtest culled. Feather pillows. —Margaret Crahan, West Bend. Iowa. 6* FOR SALE—Six registered Polled Short Horn bulls, 11 to 16 mos. old, 2 red, 2 white, 2 roans. These are all good individuals with the best of breeding/—John T. McGuire, Phone 636, Algona. 6 FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter, in good condition.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 6* FOR SALE—House and four lota in Algona, $1500.—C. W. Nlcoulln. 1«S-S FOR SALE—Farm light plants and Batteries.—James Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce, Phone 75, Algona. 5-tf FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6- volt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —James Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce, Phone 75, Algona. B-tf FOR SALE—Hampshire brood sows bred for March and April farrow, also a number of this fall boars. Prices reasonable.—J. C. Skow, Wesley. 5-6* Wanted IBM, Too, CM Take Hi WE IDT SFOT MEWSNCTU1EII »*»y of y iii k* ft** Ui Wiu* Today I era* MM* d««fiiUag w)u| MARSHALL NEWSP1CTURES ltd M Mltliiy.ii A*, Clui-go, IHu WANTED—Married man wants job on farm. Call this office. 6 WANTED — Experienced man with car to solicit hail insurance in Kossuth county. Reliable com- pany.—LFM, care Upper Des Moin- ea. 6 WANTED—Holstein bull at least one year old. C. T. A. records desired. Capable of being registered. —A. B. Schenck, Algona, Iowa. 6* WANTED—Books and magazines one hundred pound lots and over, 40c per hundred. Less than that, 2Sc per hundred.—Joe Greenberg. 6 WANTED—Work by married man, capable of working with or without boss, wants steady lob on farm. A-l references. K-D care Upper Des Moines office. 8* FOR KENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf« Miscellaneous RADIO SERVICK—Special attention to battery operated receivers. —James Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce. 5-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $82.80. Terms.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Lost and Found LOST—Green blanket, 4 miles east of Algona on Highway No. 18. —Algona Co-Op. Creamery. 6* MAN and a Satyr having struck up an acquaintance sat down together to eat. The day being wintry and cold, the Man put his fingers to his mouth and blew upon them. "What's that for, my friend?" asked the Satyr. "My hands are so cold," *aid the Man, "I do it to warm them." In a little while some hot food was placed before them and the man, raising the dish to his mouth, blew upon that. "And what's the meaning of that, now?" said the Satyr. "Oh", replied the Man, "My porridge is so hot, I do it to cool it." "Nay, then," said the Satyr, "from this moment I renounce your friendship, for I will have nothing to do with one who blows hot and cold with the same mouth." In a world of changing ideals, we remain faithful to those principles upon which this bus- ness was founded. An adherence to quality and the following of the highest traditions of trading have won for this business the position it now occupies. Its policy has never blown 'hot and cold', it maintains a straight course on the high road of quality. — from Marshall & Snelgrove in the London Times Contributed by a customer who thought of Chrlschllles & Herbst when she read this advertisement of a large English department store. We acknowledge the compliment with sincere appreciation. Chrischilles & Herbst It Pays To Advertise In Algona Newspapers For Rent FOR RENT—5-room modern apartment, close to high school. Inquire of Oliver Moe at Moe & Sjo- grenu. 5 Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of th« County Auditor, Algona. Iowa, until 2:00 p. m., February 17, 1937, for furnishing season's supply of motor tueJs. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algoua, Iowa. Feb. 3, 1937. E. S. KINSEY, 5-S County Auditor. MEN'S SUITS Friday, Saturday and Monday February 12 • 13 - 15 24 Men's Suits in the Following Sizes: 2.52323223 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 44 46 9 45 These Garments Formerly Sold From $16.50 to $25.00. To Clean House - Only All Wool, dark colors, year around weight, all real bargains NAVY MELTON OVERCOATS AT $9.45 / The HUB Clothiers LEUTHOLD—WILLIAMS—EHTHOLD8

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free