The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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di rise Choose Your CASUAL COAT from this great pve-Enster showing of attractive, distinctive garments -we are offerings. Wan.t a coat that goes with almost everything in your wardrobe ? Choose a casu^! S*Hed, fitted and fcwaggW types. Tweeds and sat W%It NOW And Wear It Wtft I...On Into Spring! GABARDI $3 Flattering, in an ankle strap sandal!... Stunning, in a wing- front pump!.,. Two of our Ijewesi arrivals. to 1000 FIGHT FANS AT ARMSTRONG SHOW, MARCH 2 The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algbna, Iowa. March 11,1937 Number of Sensationa Matches Are on Card Next Tuesday "Wally" Richmond of Armstrong was in town yesterday, advertising his athletic show for next Tuesday night, March 16. The last show up there drew a packed house and it was estimated that there were a thousand peopJe In the house. Three rounds of wrestling heads the splendid card for March 16. and in addition there will be 24 rounds of boxing. Bill Kreuger, the Montana Cowboy and Otto Havesito, the Plying Finn from Fargo. N. D.. are the headline rasslers. They are both wild and \vooly and the match will be a hot one. Bull Ross of Madison. Wisconsin, is matched with Swede Oberg of Portland, Oregon This will be an exhibition of sclent ific wrestling. Jimmy Demerral also of Madison, will go agains 'Prince" Sippy of New York City 5ippy is one of the roughest an< toughest of the eastern heavy weights, and is a Jew with plenty c" tricks. tn Hammrrtnill Art Helmke had the misfortun to get his hand caught in a ham mer mill last week and may lose one finger which WHS quite badlj mangled. Mike OTergen was at Sioux City Monday on business. Lillian Higley spent Sunday at the J. A. Gisch home in Algona. Mrs. Wm. Hoefer of Nekton is visiting at the home of John Glieden. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Orlger and family were at Port Dodge Saturday. The Charles Seymours spent Sunday at the l<eo Arndorler home n Bancroft Mrs Elmo Barber visited with ler sister, Mrs Ben "Walker, attest Jend, Thursday. Frank Burke and A. D. Brogan were at New Hampton last Wed- esday on business. Rosella and Evelyn Voigt were unday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discber. \ The Methodist Sunday Schoo clnss will hold a bake sale on Sat urday, March 27 in the Whittemore City hall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry GmeHn and AHiss Kline from Mason City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver. Otto Voigt of Eagle Grove, son of Carl Voigt, Sr., arrived here Monday morning to spend the week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and son, Bud, visited at the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, at Burt Sunday. Irene Mueller, daughter of Mrs. Grace Mueller, who is employed Irf Algona, spent the past week end with her mother. Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and daughter, Velma McBride of Bnrt visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett recently. Mrs. Conrad Alig returned from >es Moines Saturday after spend- ng a week with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Graham, who recently moved there. Jim Elbert of Algona drove to Des Moines to get her. main la bed be is doing so as a matter of expediency. He is abl to visit with callers. A group of Good Hope young people met at the parsonage Monday evening for a party honoring Mervin Gardner. Merrin expects to leave soon for Chicago where he is to take special training in a course In Diesel engineering. Plans are going ahead for the celebration of EasUr Sttnday, on March 28, at Good Hope chtireh. Special music and other numbers are being prepared. The doors of the church will be opened for reception of members and the sacrament of baptism will be administered to adults and infants. Will any Interested please confer with the pastor if they have not already done so. . The boxing card is headed by Kid Mannis of St Paul vs. Claude Pet- .tit of Emmetsburg. This is a six- round event .end will be full of thrills and fast work. Other boxing events will be Johnny Goodson of Ruthven -vs. Frenchy Winters of Rolfe; Ceo. Merron of Bancroft vs. Guy Boston of Emmetsburg; JBrnie Kenning of Lakota vs. King JL«vinsky of Ledyard ; and Firpo Olson of Fairmont vs. Kid Riley el fSXeSSCSS GOOD HOPE NEWS ing tonight (Thursday). Miss Nettie Sammin spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends In Emmetstmrg. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley were in Mason City Thursday to ——••-•« WBI.^ *. 1*UAB%MLV visit with Mr. Laidley's mother. Mrs. Leo Waldsmith and Mi_ Dee Ostwald from Wesley spent Thursday night with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert m Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel. Bernard Schneider of West Bend and Ethel Airhardt of Algona weit vjaiting at the S. A. Savage home Sunday. ~ Nathan Parrs were down on rl md ? y trom AusMn, Minn., to visit '., Mary Steinman, who is temp- orarDy staying in Algona. .?*?'** *••*•« went home to FH Grove Monday evening to at, * P«»-nupUal party in honor * ****** tm * lun- „,, ^^ „ One of th «* e ° M «H>e afternoon and affair to an group. John Reid who has been ailing for so many months, Is not ao well. Although not under orders to re- Classified Ads Save that cream with a Vega aep- dm r> V 8ers blreest •»«•»•» Me-1 dlum size 182.60. Terms.—Bjiu- Algona. Iowa. EASTER] [CARDS Remeber your friends with a cheerful Easter Card. Many kinds to choose from. RENT— Business office. In- Mgona Upper Dea Molnea. , modern, center of city. 3S-tf» I W. VTBuUerTowner 7he BEN FRANKLIN YOUR HAT Crowns Your Costume Y OUR crowning . , o glory is your bonnett ... let it be gay—winsome—pretty! In«.,«, triguing little off-face hats are • 95 tO <i" st that • • • and take veil and flower titim to increase their charm. Straw, ribbon and felts. :n riscmlles OpfLOTJ For Sale HORSE & IW1JE AfCTlON SALE FAIR GROUNDS We had 45 head last week. Bring in your horses. Good crowd of buyers_H. M. Colwell. 10 FOR SALE—Registered Hereford bulls. Anxiety breeding. Guranteed breeders.—P. W. Reece, Elmore, Minn. 10-11* FOR SALE—New Dodge and Plymouth cars on display—Dodge- Ply WPiith Dealer, west of Court House. Miscellaneous I WILL, NOT be repsonsjble for debts contracted by other than myself.—Emma McConnell, Bode 30-H* Wanted FOR SALE—1932 Ford coach. 4 cylinder.—Dodge-Plymouth Dealer West of Court House. 10 FOR SALE—Insulated white Sjkclfaa atove and equipment Two Whlteal WIHon rugs, one American OrUntal rug. Phone «& 10 FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Term* to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. FOR SALE—Improved 80 acre farm. Kossuth county, $100 per acre Possession at once if bought this week. $2,000 payment will handle it.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 10 FOR SALE— Seventy-five Huff Rock laying pullets, 75c each.— C. C. Baas, West Bend. 10* WANTED —Experienced single man to work on farm. Prefer man 30 years old or older.—P. W. Reece, Elmore, Minn. J WANTED—An experienced, honest and reliable married or single man on farm. Apply at this office". 30* Lost and Found LOST—Man'* Elgin wrUt watch, evenlnjr March 4; brown leather •trap. Return car* Upper De» Moines. 10 LOST—Male beagle hound last November near Bancroft. $25 reward for information leading to recovery.— L. P. Herman, 2908 Payne Ro., D«s Moin«s, Iowa. 10* XOTICK OF EXPIRATION OF TIME FOH HEDEMI'TIO.V KHOM TAX SALE To Frank mil: FQR SALEr- small »'-- 0 ; n ^ gona. Continue the payments. On.;• $68 left. Write Baldwin Piano Store, Des Moines. 10-13* FOR SALE—Large type English strain White Leghorn chick* $7.10 hundred. Custom hatching, $2 hun- dred.—Fraiidle Farm & Hatchery, 8 mile» X\V Buffalo Center. 10-11* FOR SALE—Good hised Voss Washing Machine. Briggs & Strutton motor.—Joe Bloom. 10 FOR SALE—100 good used tires. All sizes. 50c and u[j.—Joe Bloom. 10 ( FOR SALE—Tires, .-J0x3'-,. 4 ply $3.79; 4.50x21, J4.4&; 4.75x19, $4.69; 5.25x17. $5.95.—Joe Bloom. 10 FOR SALE— ' Improved 320 acres Improved 100 acres Unimproved 160 Improved 15 acres Improved 30 acres B F. C'rose residence —M. I'. Haggard. $ 40.00 72.00 62.50 3000.00 2000.00 2800.00 10-11 FOR SALE — One late model used Row Tractor, like new. Also one Clipper Fanning Mill— McEnroe FOR SALE— Small lot of Green baled ktraw. Excellent feed.— McEnroe hrijb. io« FOR SALE—Some good work horst-s. : ' t mile .south Cresco church. —Jghn U. Henry. siutii C'uunty luwa, tv-wit; Tin- S'.irtli-east Quarter of the Nortli-wi'st Quarter of •Section Twenty-three US) Township No. or:t- llun'lic.l duOi HnnKe Thirty c:i()i \Ve«t of the 5th f. M., to II. i: liiai for the delinquent taxex which wer« »a«l due, iiplln<(ii«nt and lien thereon; that there was IsMntl lo »aid II. 10. Hist »y the »aM TreaKurer of Korauth County. Iowa, a tax sale <ir of j.urchuse therefor, who a 'luenily, to- wit: on or about t day of Dec-ember. 1834, assi <»-rtinrat^ In the manner ___ hy law. to M. I' llaKKard. the un- who is now the lawful der of said certificate That Ihe right of re- e au owner and holder of said certificate of purchase re- <l<-m|,tion from said tax sale will expire and a tax Oeed for said premise!! wi e o tin- completed service of thl* np. li. ,- D;.t.-,l thli Sth day of March, A. i>. I'm. M P JJAOOARD. Lawful owner and holder of 10-11-].: said certificate. CASH Paid For Old Gold Such As Dental Gold, Broken Jewelry, Watch ceses, etc. BORCHARDTS DRUG AND JEWELBY FOh SALE^ 15. 30 and 60 gallon steel oil drums at MJC each.—Kohl- ha;i.s & Spillesi, Hardware. 10 Seed Oats P.u»tUi.b or 441 AJTlei record for 14 years. Show No. 1 o.i list. Alio most rustproof and Ktirf- t»t strawed \aricty I^ast year hulled 24 Ibt. to bu Yitldb best at 2.02Vj bu. per M n. sowing. Ames figures ii.- elevator leaflet F. C. 6, 1934, direct from Ames; contains btatigtics un wheat, barley, flax also.—Plum Creek Elevator Company. 10-11* FOR SALE OR TRADE— Small residence property in Algona—paved street, electricity and water, fruit. terms or take late model car.—J. D Cline, 3)6 Liberty Building. Des Moines, Iowa. 9-10 FOR FARMS or town property, tet me.—C. W. Nicoulin, real estate Algona. 7.30* FOR SALE—IMS Dodge Coach.— H. L. Hoenk. Dodge Dealer, west of Court Houhe. ifj FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6- volt Farm Radios. We can save you montv See us be/ore you buy. —James Distributing Co.. E. State St.. opposite Algoria Produce, Phone 75, AlgoJitt. j-t/ LOWE BROTH. ERS NEPTUNITE SPAR VARNISH if made «x*r« tough to withstand tte tavage arrarlrt of sun, mow, tleet, and raio. It is made to stay bright aad new for a luag, loag time outdoors .., «ad it liottjtat tbtUl F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 STEP into SPRING and EASTER - in STYLE Just Arrived for Easter Wear The value-champions of the Hub. New Spring Suits and Topcoats that are peerless in character of styling, woolens and thoroughness of tailoring. The fashion highlights in Suits are the new Glen Plaids— in Topcoats the new soft luxurious fleeces. But there are hundreds of other ideas, too—and in your size, for we carry the most complete range of sizes in Al* gona. Today is a gala shopping day at The Hub— choose your complete Spring and Easter wardrobe. The Spring Roll Call Of the most famous names in the clothing industry - completely represented at the Hub v v v Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Topcoats Club Clothes Knit-Tex Topcoats Alpa-Gora Topcoats Streamline Clothes Style Mart Clothes V V V Manhattan Shirts Interwoven Sox Van Heusen Shirts Botany Ties Cheney Bros. Neckwear McCurrach Neckwear V V V Dobbs Hats and Caps Lee Hats Freeman Shoes Florsheim Shoes Genuine Jackie Jumper Boys' *«* The HUB Clothiers LEUTHOLD—WILLIAMS—REYEBIJB3

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