The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, April 22,1937 Sue Morlan Simonsen comes Friday ;in<l \vi!l he with us duriii" (he next few wreKs Lot her uive you your Spring Permanent \vi1h our new Shell on Machine Operators Rio Sovpnsen Phono 127 1 sahel Kain Over Tlie Hub Business Improvement Begins at Ltvermore Liivermore: A new establishment, that of a blncksmithing nnd welding shop will open here for business this week, when H. J. Coburn will move into the new building thrU he is having built east of the Logue brothers' oil station. The building 24x24 was builtvby Geo. Brogan and sons. Two of the sons. Earl and Jewel, have already joined the Livermore band group and will play regularly with that organization during the coming season. Another building program is mapped out for Logue brothers, who are intending to make some changes at their filling station here "No one knows better than the man behind the grocery counter the difficulty that some people hnve in making both ends meet. Food is the first essentin! of life, and it has always been A. & P.'s first thought to make it easier for great numbers of people to obtain good food at prices they can afford. Anti-chain store taxes such as the Iowa legislature is considering would materially obstruct us in our job of making more food available to more- peo- people. By increasing the cost of food, anti-chain store taxes would add to the cost of eating, nnd work hardships on many Iowa citizens to whom even a few pennies are a serious matter. BANCROFT NEWS Challenge Sale! (A challenge to high prices) >0ld and Mellow Eight O'clock Coffee 1 Ib. bag 18c, 3 Ib bag 50c Iowa State Creamery Butter Ib. 34c Best Cane Sugar 25 Ib bag $1.33100 Ib bag $5.16 10 Ib. cloth bag 54c Finest Beet Sugar 25 Ib. bag $1.28 100 Ib. bag $4.87,10 Ib. cloth bag 52c lona Cream Style Corn 3 No. 2 cans 25c Cold Stream Pink-Salmon two No 1 cans 19c lona Standard Quality Tomatoes four No. 2 cans 29c Sunnyfleld Flour 2414 Ib bag 79c 49 Ib bag 1.57 lona Brand Flour 2414 Ib bag 75c, 49 Ibs $1.49 Angelus Marshmallows 1 Ib. cello bag 15c Crisco Shortening 3 Ib. can 53c Butternut Coffee __1 Ib can 29c, 2 Ib. can 55c Suunyfield Corn Flakes _ .three 13 oz. pkgs 25c Uneeda Bakers' "Ritz" 1 Ib. box 21c Excell Soda Crackers 2 Ib. box 18c Yellow Bipe Bananas 3 Ibs. 25c Kitchen Klenzer 13 oz. can 5c Lux Toilet Soap 4 cakes 25c Oxydol, washing powder —two 24 oz. pkgs. 39c Tone In "A. * P. Bandwagon" 7 to 8 P. AL, Thursday, WCCO Clips Behrmnn is very ill at his home with pleurisy. The Henry Murrays. Blue Earth, visited nt the Jos. Engessor home, Sunday. Esther Flynn of Detroit, Michigan, is visiting at the N. J. Merrill home. Ed Becker. Algona. visited at the home of his mother. Mrs. Peter Becker. Sunday. Fame A: Fortune assorted Chucolate~. heaut- it'nlly wrapped and wm'dcd for M"tlnT> Day 2 Ib. box 85c; 1 Ib. box 45c 1 H). box ('urdial < 'hreries 25c 1 Ib. box Harriet Clark .\>-td. Ch,ic.,late.» 25c Lai'f»e Juicy Lemon Drops specially pric.-d p..nnd Beautiful Mother* Dar C 1A- Cards 1 ,.. ; ,p. 3C-1UC Also Silk Hose Priced at pair 25c, 39c, 49c, 69c and 79c Hawcott £ Ogg ALL AROUND SHOE Sturdiness combined with good looks. Styled just as carefully as fashionable dress shoes. Christensen Bros. Sin >e Drpt. Jim Hanlon and son, Cyril of Chicago are visiting this week at the Thomas Cogley home. Dr. Rldder of the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, visited the public school Wednesday and gave reading tests in the grades. Rev. J. H. Scholtes left Sunday afternoon for Carrol! to visit with his mother. He returned here on Monday night. Mrs. Quinn and son, Charles, went to Whlttemore Sunday afternoon to attend the wake for an old friend, William Higglns. Mrs. Joe Wllhelml nnd two children visited at the home of Mrs. Wilhelmi's parents at Irvington over the week end. Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy entertained seven little girls at a blrth- dny dinner and theatre party. Saturday evening in honor of her daughter, Shirley Rose, who celebrated her seventh birthday on that day. Rev. and Mrs. Bryden were the guests of honor at a farewell party given for them Monday evening in the basement of the Baptist church. The Brydens will leave in the near future, for the west. They were i presented with a purse made up by the members of the church. Mrs. Ed Frederickson and two Children, Jimmy and Neal. spent Friday, and Saturday at the home of Mrs. Frederickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schoger. From there they went to Waterloo to visit Mrs. Frederickson's brother. Lawrence Olson and family. They returned home Monday. TheMan About Town Says Now, Thru Friday Daily matinee 2 p. in. Simone Simone James Stewart "SEVENTH HEAVEN" Sat.-Sun.-Mon. DeLuxp News Citniorn .Man's Advrntures "Ah Wilderness" Cast in Tuesday Big Event SOU seats at 'Jiie Eric Linden Cecelia Parker "GIRL LOVES BOY" A year ago Henry Stehle set out a rose bush. It was tendered carefully and nursed throughout the dry summer. While It bore no flowers, his tireless efforts were rewarded with a surprise. It turned out to be a gooseberry bush. A few of our townsmen were Invited to a stag benefit of the gun club at the lodge on Lost Island lake shore. About midnight the sheriff and his aids entered without a formal asking. The local boys are now jingling poker chips in their pockets wondering where to and from whom to "cash in." * * * The out of town model* at the style show, girls from Des Moines, remarked before the performance that they would not parade dressed in panties and brassicrs only, before a mixed crowd. "We don't have to do it in Des Moines and desire not to do It here." They must,be the old fashioned kind. > * * • At the Ed.vlhp Dailey Rift shop one finds a novel pair of cocktail gloves. A gauntlet type with little bells dangling from the tops to be worn when mixing. During: the shaking process the bells ding and dong giving an added color to the party. * * • Kay SetchHl lost one half of his spring chicken flock. The flock consisted of two which the children brought home from Sunday School Easter morning. The birds were growing into large feathered out chicks until the family dog came along and with "one sweep of the paw" obliterated the half of them. * # * Have you noticed the hats of Oliver Reiley and Vic Steil, secretaries of the Chamber of Commerce and the Junior Chamber? Each Is turned up in front with an added cocky primp to the brim. It attracts the second look and portrays the executive ability of the wearer. * * • The small son of the Clark Ortons enjoys following his dad around the yard. However, he must keep close to him or otherwise stay right at the back door for a big- rooster comes running, jumps, flaps his wings and the youngster is down on the ground crying as the mean thing keeps pecking away. Bill Finn Is a Jack of all trades without a doubt. He works regularly at the bakery. Delivers Val- enju to the stores after supper, has two grocery delivery routes daily. He also takes packages about town from several stores which are too large for the customer to carry. On top of that day's work he bought himself a home and is spending long hours remodeling for occupancy the first of May. SttU would like lo MO bMeball replace track In the high school. Baseball is a business. It should be trained and studied for the same as any other course in school. Two boyaNfrom fhe Corwith school went direct to a St. Louis farm. A Webster City youth had spring training with Pittsburgh, and yet K high school. Don't need io mention Feller. Big business firms hire men on their ability to play baseball and give them steady jobs. Ever see a track star get a job? • • » Into the theatre went Harry Harris. Placed his hat on the empty seat in front while removing the overcoat. When the show was over Harry remembered the place of the hat when all other sources of search failed. A 200 pounder sat for two hours on the felt hat, which damp from rain looked like a pan cuke and remained that way Harry was on the look for syrup before going home. 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