The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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Two Big Feature* 21c Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., March 4-5-6 Tex Hitter "Ridin' for the Rio Grande" Western, Thrills and action Reginald Denny Esther Ralston "We're" In the Legion Now" flunday.Monday-tuesday. Will Rogers In "Doctor Bull" (Reissue) Claire Trevor In SPECIAL J Cool Spring Yellow Bantam Cora, 2 cans ' The Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona, Iowa, March 4,1937 SOCIETY. LOCAL NEWS Because of late advertising, some Algona society and local news has ^-fcw was om- i " be found ln Th* Shopper, at your doorsteps, Friday evening. > busne™" y Norton Moines on Mr. and MM. Donald Hutching Croso and Jullns Johnson Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Cadjr of Maion City visited at the Elsie Cady ome Sunday. * _ ___ Peas, Carrots or Lima Beans, per can _______________ Full Fruit Brand f n Apricots, No. 2% size ...... I9c and Water, 3 pkgs. for Free sample. Z5c P. * O. SOAP eharsZSc - r sU°* fT J.'«iJ " LA VA SOAP 8 bars l»o CRISCO -fgjgg«*".•».•. FRESH SPINACH 3 Iba. 25c 68c 26c Full Line of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits We have plenty of Baby Beef—by the quarter, or just a Roast or a-Steak Veal, All Cuts Home Dressed Pork BRING US YOUR EGGS Sorensen Grocery Co. Phone M8-1S9 * We ^^ fo^u^wuww^^ ••••"•••••••ssaa^Bs^^sy ' jgg"—•———- _— - _ - » Tuesday at Des Moines on business and visiting friends. „** £ Wlnkel, Dr. B. A. Evans, ey L ° M 8P6nt Fr ' dav ln on a business trip. I»P* <* Mollne, DJInota, pent the week end at the home of Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. hT *£**" of AI * on » P«" hased the Henry Roba house at , and the Frasers have mov- j ***** Ueb of Lotto Creek has 'purchased the Cecil McOlnnls hou£ Aprl? i" S ' and WlU move ln ,,„**'•• R-'Ph Mledke returned home Monday, after visiting In Mo- Hne, nilnols, several days with her parents. r " > ' •«»«* »* Iowa University at Iowa City, spent e ' r> ^ J * Emmetsburg were dinner gueate W°Me"yer Venln * °' Dr and M ™' * Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were «I nn u r guesta Sun day evening at u?f M m £ °1 the form «f s brother, Martin Duffy, Jr., of Whittemore! New employees at the Kresensky store are Ardella Hovey as clerk . ^? U ™ g*" 861 ' as bookkeeper! ra. B «-Sfl«ld will work ex. of last week nt * > Mr - and , since the previous Monday. Eddie Selfert will five a perform- pe on the amateur hour at Tank- on, South Dakota, Saturday at 3:00 • m. He will mock birds and arm animals. Mr. and Mi* J. R. ooofe and iV'fS Webb were Sunday vUit- ors at the home of Mr. and Mra G C. Barton. Mr. Cook and Mrs. Barton are slaters. Mr. and Mr*. Earl Moon and were CIEAN, NEAT CLOTHES Fresh Rugs and Drapes T> E AS fresh aa a breath of •** spring... aa bright as spring sunshine with clothes and home home furnishings cleaned the Modern Way! It's the SMABT way to better dressing and attractive homes... the SAVING way to look better on less. Phone 637 for free pick-up and delivery. at „—f- <**»*•» «on of Mr. and MM. Dennis Pratt, left Sunday for Minneapolis where he will- take a two months electrical course in refrigeration at the Dunwoodie Institute. Theo. Herbst has purchased the Mrs. Rebecca McDonald house on East Call street, that is now occupied by the H, E. Carrs. The Herbst family will move In April Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Burtis and family moved March 1 from their former farm home «tt miles south of Lone Rock to the Ed Rlst farm three-quarters of a mile south o Algona. Margaret Middleton of Eagle Grove spent the week end in AI gona as a guest of her aunt. Mrs N. C. Rice and cousin, Mrs. Charles DuCharme of Grosse Point Farms Michigan. The school board election will be held Monday, March 8. E. J Hough has Hied nomination papers to succeed himself and C. R. LaBarre will run for a two year treasurer term. Robert Murchland and O. O. Beard were business visitors Monday at Thompson, Forest City, and Mason City. They visited Robert's aunt, Mrs. Walter Tottom and family at Forest City. No extra charge for moth proofing guaranteed for 6 months Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser. and daughter, Eleanor, drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday morning. Florence Voting, high school Instructor of Latin and English, returned to her duties Wednesday after a few days' absence because of a flu attack. Mr. and Mrs. Robert toss are the parents of a 7H pound son born on Sunday morning at the Koasuth hospital. This Is their third child ana is the second son. Charlcft Cretnneyer, medical student at Harvard, is reported to be recuperating from a severe case of the flu. Charles has been In the infirmary during his illness. James Elbert In upending this week in Des Moines attending the Firestone brake and electrical repair school. Mrs. Elbert and their daughter, Shirley, are visiting relatives In Atlantic. Mrs. H. W. Miller returned Wednesday after visiting her parents at Owatonna, Minnesota, for ten days and visiting her aunt, Mrs. Paul Kriethe of Burt, who is in the hospital at Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Bourne and Theo. Chrlschilles returned Wednesday evening from Minneapolis, where they had been since Monday on business. Dr. Bourne attended a series of lectures at the Minnesota University. Joyce Hartman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hartman of Janes- vllle, Wisconsin, was recently chosen queen of the ball at Belolt College Pan-Hellenic ball held In Theodore Lyman Wright art hall on the Belolt campus. The Hartmans were former Algona residents. Betty Merron of EsUierville spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Other guests at the Miller home who'left Sunday were Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. L. G. Thompson, and little niece, Mary, also of EstherviHe, who had been here a week. Mrs. C. i.. Bailey of Granada, Minnesota, arrived Monday for a short visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nels Larson. Wednesday, Mrs. Bailey drove to Whittemore where she will visit her husband's people, and where Mr Bailey will come after her, and take her home. Mr. and Sirs. E. H. Plttman of Clear Lake have moved to Algona, arriving this week, and are living at 420 South Jones street. Mr Pittman has leased the Coryell bulk plant and service station. He will also travel, having a territory of Kossuth, Palo Alto and Hancock counties. D. O. Clopton of Waterloo has bought out Tony Guehl. Mr. Clopton has been employed as a tailor at James Black Dry Goods Company at Waterloo for seven years. He took possession of the tailor shop Monday, March 1. His wife who 1s here, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, Dreesman. Mr. and Mra. A. W. Amuiuon and son, Dickie, will drive to Sum mit. South D*kot»;.Thuroday. They will attytd th» <OnMA oTllr. Aav, unson'* niece, Ruth Braakshir who died Tuesday of a ruptured ap pendlx. Ruth was the 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charle Braakshlre. Mrs. Braakshire i Mr. Amunson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Sillier will sail today (Thursday) March 4 from San Francisco on the S. S Marlposa for Honolulu, Hawaii returning March 13 on the Luxury Liner Lurllne. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and little daughter, Elizabeth, have been at Hermosa Beach 20 miles from San Francisco since January 12. Elizabeth will not accompany Members of the Algona Woman's club who attended the County Federation meeting at Swea City Tuesday were Mrs. Glen Raney, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. H. L. Git- more, Mrs. Robert Larson, Mrs. Lura Sanders, Ella Thompson. Mrs. Albert Granzow, Eleanor Fraser and Margaret Durant of Algona and Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore, OTTOSENG1RL HURT IN FALL Dorothy Von Buakirk Breaks Bone in Ankle Ottosen: Miss Dorothy Van Buskirk had the misfortune to fall and break a bone In her ankle Friday evenlngr Sunday she was taken to fort Dodge where a cast was put on. Dorothy teaches near Rutland. The Ladles' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Watson Struthers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Btumgren of Area Minn spent the week end at the Peter Holt home. Elmer Ellin^son. who has been in Minneapolis. Minn., the past week returned home Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Henry Henrlckson and family visited at the Tom Olson home at Bode Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter. Patty Ann of West Bend visited at the Peter Holt home on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth and family spent Sunday at the Sam Kinseth home In Bradgate. Mrs. Alfred Lemke who spent the week with her mother. Mrs. Longseth, returned to her home In Casey Friday. Joe Longseth accompanied her home. •••••••••••••••••••44 • It's Time Start Once Ml • 1 -*«i 1M Getting Your Place Fixed Up For Another Year Bancroft Boy Has Emergency Operation Bancroft: Ross Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Baker went to Iowa City Monday to stay for two weeks With his brother, John, who underwent an emergency appendicitis operation Sunday night. John attends the State University there. Marjorie Sherman spent the week end visiting at the Oeo. Llvermofe home at Fairmont. - Maureen Wolf spoke at the declamatory contest at Spencer on Tuesday evening. Miss Wolf recently placed second In a contest at Whittemore. Mrs. Charles Kalterman and Mr and Mrs. Paul Halterman of Newton spent Sunday here with Charles Halterman who is employed at the Welp Hatchery. COME TO US FOR— Bam Equipment Brick Cement Gates Hardware Insulating Material Ladders Lime Lumber Paint Plaster Posts,, Cedar or Steel Roofing Roof Paint Shingles —Oedar —Asphalt Silos Ventilators Wall Board Wire Fencing of thm } ° b "•'" be *> « e < « much of the most needed fixing: up of buildings, f ences and machinery ' 0 you you spend. We win be glad to give you va.uab.e hi p ln Kfaw'» T Ct '° n ° f mater ' aIS WhetheP >"" '"'-" to mk ££. ° r eXtenstve "modeling, or put up new build- P ice m If vou J! £ uo ton , T ° your service be the Hat torm ' ' ° Ur entlrc '" "" k '" d ° f bUlldln * is at • • • • Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop arrived In Algona Sunday from the home of her sister, Mrs. Julius Johnson at Humboldt She will leave for Salem, Oregon, Friday, and visit her children. Frank and Meredith, until the latter part of June. Dwight Parsons, son of Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, will accompany her. Bernle* Stock and James Spencer Will attend the performance of Ted Shawn and his men dancers at Des Motae* today (Thursday). James SJHjDaU'y- Bemice and James !«f Wednesday and were guests of Mr and Mrs. BUI Bowers of Eagle Grove. They will return this eve ning. In our new stock, all of which is now ready, you will find every item you will need for every job. I Come in and tell us what you want to do this year In the way of fixing up your place and we will tell you how we can cost" y ° U d ° U the eMleSt and bMt W8y 8 " d '' ° le IOVfeSt POMlbIe F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 MODERN DRY CLEANERS CLEANING SERVICE Swift's Breeding Flocks Are Correctly Cullei WMMOM Chickens inherit the ability to lay large, perfect eggs. Heritage also determines to a great extent whether or not they will develop rapidly to full-breasted roosters. . . . the kind that return highest prices to their owners. For these reasons, the Swift hatchery flocks are culled regularly to make sure that every bird is vigorous, true to breed type, and has the characteristics that make for good egg production. ORDER YOUR SWIFT BABY OHIOKS NOW Swift & Company Must be sold by Mar. 14, regardless of price, the following: 2 Enameled Ranges S Kitchen CubineU 1 Good Set of Dining Chairs 3 Good Baby Beds 1 Good Suiunons Bed, Spring mid innerspriny mattress, other beds. i Chest of Drawer. [ 'i Dressers, good Sewing Machines, 1 Minnesota, 1 Buby, 1 Singer 2-Burner Oil Stove 1 Steel Ice Box 1 Hitcnea Sink 8 Floor" Waxers Other Smi^tpr Article* Also good 1030 Chevrolet Pickup FRASER Furniture Ex. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert and Mrs. C. C. Wright, and Mrs. Antone Anderson spent Monday in Mason City. Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Anderson called on Mrs. E. B McCorkle, a former Algona resident, and Mr. and Mrs. Dehnert visited a daughter, Florence, and granddaughter, Mrs. Everett Miller and >aby daughter, Kay Joyce. Kay Is Mrs. Dehnert's first great grandchild. HOUSES FOR SALE , As I wish to go to Seattle this fall with my sister, I will sell my property at a sacrifice price. 6 room modern house All oak finishing. Breakfast room. Garage. Close in. A bargain. 7 room house Modern, except furnace. Garage. Three lots, priced for quick sale. Acreage Clows Jn. 1H acre*. 8e. and water. Block north of B»st State 8t Priced to sea Good building lot dose in. East State. St. A Bargain. Tilla McCall The Algona Auction Co. t ° 1Inttndle «rlo«U of livestock In our Saturday, Mar. 6 SAJ-E STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK a ,H > ' s - "' «ie«e eU ve mid the buyers are conmig fro,,, a good distance. Try our tion us we sell ju»t on a consign buw-L*. Bring in vaccination certificates. We expect 25 to 80 head of horse*, including son,* young laaa H , n Our Ia»t Saturday Horse Sale wait good, so bring your itood horse, w we have the buyer-like to hTve then, early; We w!u hoW a complete Uarnww Sate ftlareh 18. have P^chased a large quantity of Harness 8 »« cw . * *»*•• Deluding all models and breeching harness and ac^sorie*. Halters, and in fact anything that you want in Harness. Tune uTon Yankton every moriung at 7:« for more details. So don't forget this is your time to lay in a supply for *"» S" 11 **?* 0 * and take back Harne^ This We WiU PU * ""** *" Ol OUrtUue * « "** and ""^ "^Wnwy- AlUs-ChaUner. Tractor. •ad the Ma«ey-Harri, Une of machinery. One International feed grinder, 10 in. burr. Also house on Ni « Nickle & Son Uarne*. at my sale pavilion. atock ybto MUe must start early. Will start on stock at 1:80 Abo toe usual line of furniture. Sale every Saturday. No property removed until settled for. C. O. Open Kvery Day. Sale bam plume 77 WE HAVB A LUNCH BOOM Aar<a*n~~, JWWWVVWVWVWtfwW^ Special Friday & Saturday Sale of No. 10 Economy Tins APRICOTS 59c CHERRIES, Red Pitted 73 C PEACHES, Halves or Sliced . . . 49 C PEARS PINEAPPLE, Crushed . PURPLE PLUMS . . BLACK RASPBERRIES. 40c 79c 33c 89c SOS-T can . . lOc No. a can . lOc No. 2 can , .29c No. 2 can No. 2H can . 6. 49c No. 1 can . 25c No. 300 can IGA Fey. Tomato Juice IGA Grapefruit Juice IGA Pineapple Juice 18K Fey Wh. Seg. Grape Fruit . . IGA Ripe -H Ragged Pineapple . . . IGA Early June Peas .... Tender Age Peas IGA Fancy Sweet Potatoes . IGA Fancy Tomatoes J*JP KI P" «o. z can Tomatoes 25c 18K Cove Fancy 5 OI . „.,„ Oysters 29c I.u»kii Fancy i i b . fcj, CUI1 Pink Salmon . . . 25c IGA Ciumtxl fuii „,... Milk 27c ii it . 80Lvkg - Wheahes 21c 9£°' . 8 o*. pkjt. Macaroni 29c tttro1 8 oz. pUj;. Spaghetti 29c P & G SOAP 10 bars 39c Blue "G" COFFEE 1 Ib. 25c Beautiful Monax I'etttlware. CUP Si SAUCER FREE with each 1-lb pur- c-haiw! No. 2 can , .19c No. 2 cull . . . 27c No. 2 can Buy Now Grapefruit Texas Seedless size 112 29c Oranges Direct from Texas juicy Ig. 200 size SOAP 4 for 22c Large MILK _ Head Lettuce _2Jor_J9c_ Root Vegetables Curorts, parsnips, rutabagas, turnips 6 pounds 25c tall cuns 27c Pink SALMON Softusilk CAKE FLOUR Noodle* 29e UK. Cru&hed 8 oz. tin Pineapple ,. 25c UOi Tidbit* 8 ox tin Pineapple . . 25c **& No. 2 can Sauerkraut . .lOc *uj» IK* ukic Soap Grains .33c Oid Butch )K . can Cleanser . , . 14c pkg. Saturday Only Beef Boil lOc Young Beef Roast 13-15c Pork Loin Roast 18c Tender swigs Steak U olden Bantuiu CORN lOc No. 2 can Wiener* 19c BALDWIN FOOD MET. Phone 365 Your IGA Grocer Free Delivery

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