The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 22,1937 FUR COATS RELINED Cleaned—Stored Tailoring of all kinds » Clopton The Tailor Over BehlmersPhone 38 2 New Features 21c Now, Thru Sat. Sir Guy Standing in "BULLDOG DRUMMOND ESCAPES" Second Feature Johnny Mack Brown in "TRAIL OP VENGEANCE" Laughs and Thrills Serial—Koin Klub Free Bob Burns Theatre Party with treats for all at 1-3:30 matinee. Bazooka Band practice, community singing, $2.00 prizes on Hog Calling Contest. Sun. Thru Tues. Second Feature Joseph CeJel* *~ in "MAN OF THE PEOPLE" SILVER WEDDING FORWHITTEMORE COUPLESUNDAY H. R. Zumachs Celebrate Anniversary With 6 O'clock Dinner Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday evening by entertaining at a five o'clock dinner. Those who attended were: the Nick Gengler family, Martin Dreyer family, Art Rusch family, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Purusant to the lawte of the State of Iowa governing corporations and companies, the following annual report is hereby given. The name of the organization Is the Sherman-Irvington Telephone Co. Principal place of business is Algona, Iowa. * The company operates rural telephone lines. The amount of capital stock is 125,000, all paid in. The state franchise has been renewed for 20 years, as of March 24, 1937. Sim Leigh is president of the organization, and R. C. Lage is secretary and treasurer. Officers are elected annually by a vote of the stockholders, March 4, at Irvington. The property is exempt according to the State laws of Iowa. 16-19 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Albert! Witkopf and family. Robert Dreyer family, Alvin and Lorna Ruhnke, all' of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe; Mrs. Ida Zumach of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Meyer and Lorena and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm and son. Martin of Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch. Sr.. the Wm. Rusch, Jr., family, the Will Leininger family, the Reinhart Zumach family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher. the Frank Schumcaher family. Mrs. Anna Dau, Mrs. W. F. Dau and family, the R. A. Behnke family. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son. James, and Alfred Meyer, all of here. The table waitresses for the occasion were Marie and Helen Ohm, Lorena, Loretta and Lucille Meyer and Viola Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz attended a birthday party at the Wm. Wetzell home Sunday evening in honor of Mr. Wetzel's birthday. Otto Voigt and daughter. Anna, of Eagle Grove, spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. Voigt returned home Sunday evening and Anna stayed to spend a week or more with relatives. Among those who attended the funeral of William Higgins, Sri. Tuesday morning were: John Higgins of Smyer, Texas; Misses Jane and Anna Higgins of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers, Emmetsburg; Don, Louis and Evelyn and Agnes Meyers. Emmetsburg: Mrs. Don Gatrell, Emmetaburg; Mr. and Mrs. James Weir and son, William of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doocy of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harrison, Fenton. Eclipse Mowers 16" cut 10" high Wide Traction Wheels Ball Bearing. Hard Wood Handles $ 5.95 Same as above with 1%" Rubber Tires $7.75 Kohlhaas & Spilles Nels Norland Dies At Farm Home, Sat. Whittemore: Nels Norland, an elderly farmer west of Whittemore, died at his home suddenly Saturday morning following a paralytic stroke suffered a few hours earlier. Mr. Norland was prominent in farm circles and spent Friday in tire fields and was considered in the best of health. IRVINGTON NEWS The Plum Creek Literary society ivas entertained last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Laura Benschoter. George Schumacher trucked a load of cattle to Sioux City for Barney Frankl. leaving here Sunday evening and returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips entertained the Carl Hutchins family Sunday for dinner. Other guests of the Phillips were Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mesdames Forbus Stilts and L. E. Colwell were all Sunday visitors at the Chas. Raney home, southwest of Livermore. Mr. Raney is recuperating slowly from a recent critical illness. Mrs. Sam Reaper, long a resident of Irvington. recently purchased the Chas. Wheeler home in Algona and will get possession and move on or about Sept. 1. Mrs. Reaper will dispose of her Irvington residence. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Team of roan mares 7 years old, sound. Some horse drawn used machinery. Three full blooded English Sheppard pups. Genuine heelers and watch dogs. Ready to start work. 3 good building lots on North Phillips street on paving. Call this office. 16* FOR SALE—7 room partly modern house. 3 lots. Close to Academy. Priced $1750. Inquire 521 E. State street. 16* Mrs. Mary Dole returned to her home here Sunday after a somewhat prolonged absence. Mrs. Dole has been caring for Mrs. Theo. Goeders of Algona- Guests at the Dole home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon of Woden. At the local dancing club's election of officers last Friday evening. L. E. Colwell was chosen fo succeed Robert Skilling as president and Harold Smith was retained in the capacity of secretary-treasurer. The next regular meeting will be held a week from Friday evening. The Algona Rendering Works recently completed a fine new brick structure just east of whem the old building' was located, part of the building is two stories high, with new machinery being added. The company is now able to take care of all the business which necessitated this change. Harold Scott, former loonl depot agent, but now residing on an nore- ngc just out of Goldfield has bcon visiting with relatives nnd friends at his boyhood homo in Kentucky. Before starting: on his return trip to Town, his older brother becnme critically ill nnd died. Mr. Scott will now return at ,a Inter dflte. Rnlph Brown, noted chiefly for his dairy cattle, has another line of business for which lie can justly be proud. About n month ago the Browns purchased 700 baby chicks. Today they average about a pound each in weight and consume 1 about a hundred pounds of chick feed daily. At this rate they will soon have fries ready for the market. SEE US for Seed Potatoes, Bulk and Package Garden Seeds. Pure Lawn Seed. Pent and Hygcno Chicken Litter—Algona Flour *• Feed, phone 237. 16 FOR SALE—Exide Delco battery used 6 months.—M. O. Simpson. 1 mile north Whittemore. 16* FOR SALE—Good north-central Iowa farms. Clay Co. 422.76 acres at Cornell. 280 acres 3 miles east of Webb. Choice farm. Several good to choice farms in Kossuth and Humboldt counties. Attractive prices. Good terms.—The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank, Lincoln, Neb., or W. F. Boylen, Salesman, Wahkonsa Hotel, Ft. Dodge, IHL 16-19 FOR SALE!—Fir dimension lumber. Last chance to get good lumber before stock becomes broken. See us before you buy.-J. M. Norton, Sioux Rapids, Iowa. 16 FOR SALE—Graded, tested, •helled Golden King yellow seed corn. Price reasonable.—Elmer Emery, 1 mile west Sexton on 18, south aide road. . 16* WANTED—4 or 5 room housn or 4 room unfurnished apartment— Dow Laidley, Algona Upper Des Moines or 319 East Elm St. 16 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE! 8:30 a. m.—10 a. m.—2:30 p. m.—4 p. m. Special FrL-Sat. LARD . . . . 1 lb. 15c * VEAL HEARTS . . 12c BEEF ROAST . .. lb. 18c SPRING FRIES . each 55c VEAL ROAST rolled lb 20c BUTTER . . 21b. roll 67c I*. & G. Soap ______ 5 Ig. bars 19c Grapefruit Flu. seedless Oranges tf. Florida (!()/. Carrots 2 bunches 13c Fresh Radishes 2 5c * bunches tM ' Celery large 2 ,.,25c Lettuce Salad Dressing ___qt. 25c IKK 2!i si*» Sweet Potatoes, syrup 15c lira Ilur Salmon ____ No. 1 tall lOc Wheaties ________ pkg. lOc Culumt't Baking Powder _____ lOc Rinso ________ Ig size 19c Hi A Beauty Soap ____ 4 for 19c i) vn N Toilet Tissue __3 for 17c 10-50 Prunes ________ 2 Ibs. 21c (iuaranti't'tl Flour ______ 49 Ibs. $1.59 CAttOI, Peanut Butter 24 oz. 25c CAIUM. Catsup ________ 14 oz. lOc K«-a Hil>r Nl> - ' Tomatoes ______ 3 for 25c XHrftfl PINEAPPLE No. 2% size cans each Grape Fruit Hearts 2 for 25c Purple Prunes ,25c 2*-i size . 2 for 25c Ripe 'N Ragged fruits have been left on the trees or in the fields longer than most va> rieties—so that the sun has time to complete the ripening process and develop their natural, home-canned flavor. IGA Bartlett PEARS No. 2% can • Pearl are plentiful ihli year . . . and r.iore ceo nomkal than ever! Slock up now—serve them often. WHILE PEARS MB MOKE ECONOMICAL EXTRA SPECIAL Baby Lima Beans, Red Beans, Kidney Beans, Pork & Beans, Hominy, Spaghetti. O Jumbo 300 tall can 25c Baldwin Food Mkt. Your IGA Grocer Algona Phone 355 Free Delivery ONE BAG OF THE Old Reliable Acme Saves -15- Bushels of Corn A BALANCED RATION of CORN and AOIE costs loss— produce* more pork than any other ration. $1.00 WORTH OF ACME plus the sows' milk will feed your fall pigs until -3- months of age. wean your pigs with the sow, PREVENT the RUNTS ACME fed pigs weigh 60 to 85 Ibs. when 90 days old. Algona Flour & Feed Co. Phone 257 Algona, la. Cool comfort in a beautiful CONCRETE HOME Coolness is only one of the comfort features of the concrete home. It's a thrifty material that makes homes surprisingly moderate in first cost and lowest of all types ia upkeep. Its permanence defies the attacks of fire and storm, of termites and decay. For generations of happy living, it remains free from annoying faults — sagging floors, cracked walls, sticking doors and windows. Whatever size or style of home you want, whatever color or surface texture, you can build it economically with concrete. TELL YOUR ARCHITECT you want a concrete home. Before you build, ask a concrete contractor or concrete product* man to estimate your house with flresafe concrete walls and floors. Be sure that your architect and builder are familiar with the new concrete technique. You'll want the new,/r*c hook of beautiful designs! PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbcll Hldp , Des Moines, Iowa Please send me free illustrated booklet, "Designed for Concrete". Name Address City .S;.itc. (JSE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS Dresses you can wear DRESSES <& Prints! Sheers! Crepes! Formerly $8.00 $ 6 Hum iiuw i _ Summer ... at marvelous savings. Prints, dark sheers, pastels. Hurry . . . HURRY! Tailored and Dressmaker SUITS Formerly up to $14.75 95 Now you can easily afford ANOTHER suit. We've marked down our entire stock for immediate clearance . . . and the values speak for themselves. Mannish tailleurs, dressy suits, sportsy tweeds. SPRING COATS An opportunity sale of spring coats and fine garments. Large assortment of styles—and, of course, all new merchandise. Jigger coats, finger tip length, fitted models. Marvelous fabrics and plenty of service for a small cost. t'p to -tn.r>o .95 $13.95 SPRING SHOE SALE Parish Pa.shioii Shoes, ('oimie Shoes, Natural J'oise Shoes in Dalian lines, kid, suedes; Nark, lu'oun, lan ami white. All ne\v .-prin^ styles. Regular up to s.'j.Od a pair at $2.45 $3.45 HAT CLEARANCE The Hnurie.-i of Spring 1 la! >, formerly up tn .'•'_!. '>'> __»_..__ __ _ 'in D rcsses A yiMll'J nLllc of .-.ill; Jl'1-i..f-. Print.-., [llama, i/ivix.-.-. thi. :• — niu.it ull sizf.-j-—i;ui-;Hi'iit.i l'...:-nii.-rly to js.uo. 89

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