The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 9, 1930
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The ffppey Des Moitt6fl : ftepublidaa, My 9» 1080 Prices and Styles Will Make You Buy It is time when the remaining Summer Styles must he sold, when room must he made for the new fall styles that are noon to arrive. SUMMER STYLES MUST BE SOLD Now is the time to purchase Quality Footwear at greatly reduced prices. BROWNEIX'S Annual July Clearance Shoe Sale Starts Thurs., July 10, XS Ending Sat, July 26 Fifteen Days of Bargains for Men, Women and Children Sales and Service That You Will Appreciate Our Sales are always Honest, Clean-cut Selling Events. Every article advertised is greatly reduced for quick clearance. Service—every pair will be properly fitted which will not give you any reason to ask for exchanges on Sale Goods. WOMEN'S NEWEST STYLES This price group includes all of this season's newest styles of White Kid, Colored Bad and Calf, Black Kid, Patents and Calf Skins. Special Sale Price $4.85 Eegular $6.00 and $7.00 grades. You will have to see them, to appreciate the values. Boys' Shoes and >. Oxfords WOMEN'S ARCH-REST The genuiine Drew Arch-Rest Summer Styles of Straps and Ties are to be found in this group, made of Colored Kid, Patent and Black Kid. Special Sale Price $5.85 Regular $8.50 and $10.00 grades. Never before have these high grade Shoes been sold at.this price. EXTRA SPECIAL 102 pairs Women's Strap Slippers and Oxfords, all leathers, all go at per pair $1.OO 'WttOSXOXXfSXOSO^^ MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS Worth-while savings on Men's Summer Styles are to be had in this group. Tan Kid and Calf, Black KM and Calf leathers. Special Sale Price $4.85 Regular $5.50 to $9.00 grades, which include many pairs of Copeland & Ryder and Smith's. MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS We say it, and you will say the same when you see the shoes, "That they are the best styles and values ever placed on sale at this Special Sale Price" $6.85 Regular $8.50 to $10.00 grades. The very best of materials, workmanship and style. gives service, the , "styles that real boys like to wear. ' *'*,<< /• 4 " • ' '' . " ' , o, v - • 'ivo :i - n '•" • Special Sale Prices \ We are going to make this our Biggest and Best July Clearance Sale, and to do this, we are making prices so low that every pair of Summer Footwear should be sold during these fifteen days of bargain-giving. Plan to attend the Sale. You will not be disappointed. Browitell Shoe Co. Shoes and Hosiery= Algona, Iowa Children's Straps and Oxfords Our entire stock of Children's Summer Footwear is included in this July Clearance Sale. SPECIAL SALE PRICES WWWW VlftflWWWWWWWW^^ J*WWWWUWrtJWVWWWVWWWWJ^^ From Torpedo. A litUe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stebrltz bad ber eye badly Injured on tbe Fourth. Someone threw a torpedo arid a piece of gravel hit her in the eye Injuring the eyeball. She Is getting along all right and the sight will not be unpaired. . ; ':'Etome one'stole $200,600 worth of hon- est-to-Ood booze from a federal warehouse .In Chicago a day or two before the Fourth. Somebody was able to celebrate In the old fashioned way. "It pays to look well," this applies to" stationery also. You are assured of the best at the U. D. M.-B. Have you read the ads? ^uvwwwvvuwvgf GOOD NEWS Prices Are Down Iii keeping with the trend of times to bring the consumers' prices down to pre-war levels we are today anonuncing a reduction in the price of all granites, twenty per cent. Never before have granite prices been low as they are today, taking into consideration that you are getting better quality and finish, and that the col- <ors are more staple, due to the fact that the granite is coming from deeper quarries, and quarrying facilities are modernized. We are carrying a complete line of all the best granite obtainable. We do not have a second or inferior piece of granite in our 'yard, We guarantee every piece of granite that leaves Our yard. Come in and make a selection from the largest and most complete stock in Iowa. We can also show you how you can save ten to twenty per cent on top of the already reduced prices as we are not paying commission salesmen to sell it. We give you the benefit of buying the highest quality Memorials at the lowest price. Do not be confused with cheap, inferior granite, but come in and see the stones before you buy. Write or phone for our 1930 design book, free. Remembei', we sell direct from factory to consumer; there are no salesmen or other dealers' commissions to pay. Godden Monument Co. Est. 1878 Phone 293 or 381. Four Factories, One Price, Service & Quality. AVWVWWVWWV L. R. Daniels was 111 several days last week. Miss Isabelle Mulligan spent Friday at the Ted Ringsdorf home. Mrs. Paul MrCauley Is 111 and confined to her home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are visiting at the O. P. McDonald" home, Mrs. B. M. Wallace of Algona spent Saturday at the J H. Grover home. Marcell Brooke is visiting an aunt at Aberdeen, South Dakota, at this time. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine spent Saturday night and Sunday at Eagle •rove. Mrs. M. J. Ryerson was a dinner guest at the Thomas Hawcott home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle were guests at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home Sunday. The I. O. O. P. homecoming will be held next Sunday at the home near Mason City. Miss Gladys Lumley of Tankell, Iowa, visited Miss Clara Schwletert several days last week. Mrs. Wm. Larsen was able to come home last week from the Mayo hospital at Rochester. Ben Hanna of Shindler, South Dakota, visited with his mother, Mrs. Ella Hanna, last week. Miss Myrtle Hanna has been hired to teach the fifth an^ sixth grades in our school next year. THe Charles Schrader family moved into Mrs. Koch's house, east of the tracks last week. Sarah Paine is visiting at Eagle Grove this week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Rognllen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wagner of Oelwein spent the Fourth of July at the E. O. Mann home. Little Luella Graham of Algona is spending the week her with her aunt, Mrs. James Sewlck. Mrs. Paul McCauley is enjoying a visit from a brother and sister from Wisconsin at present. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow of Lakefield, Minnesota, spent the week end at the P. O. Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Cook and daughter of Lisbon spent several days here with Miss Clara Shaw last week Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stowe, Mrs. Ada Mann and Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Mann spent the Fourth at Mud Lake. Mrs. Laura Paine and daughter, and Mrs. W. T. Trainer were guests at the O. L. Phelps home recently. Misses Whitney and Warner returned home recently from Cedar Falls, where they visited Mrs. Mantor. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Grover of Des Moines visited with Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grover, last week. Mrs. S. J. Bareau and little daughter of Oak Park, Illinois, are visiting this week at the W. E. stahl home. Miss Lorena Schwietert of Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schwletert. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dearchs of Denver, Colorado, are visiting at the Jay Graham home. The ladles are sisters. Arthur Ward of Algona visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Earl Reed, and at the Fred ningsdcrf home Monday. Mr. and (Mrs. Elmer Nelson and children spent several days here last week at the home of Mrs. Mary McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen of Graettinger were guests Sunday at the A. N. Jensen home. It Is reported t'nat Mr. and Mrs. Houston of Eagle Grcve will move back to Hurt soon. They lived here several years agOi Mrs. Archie Holding and two children of Illinois came the Fourth of July to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Miss Lulu Hawcott is working In the post office at Ledyard while Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weinberger are on a trip to Yellowstone Park. The home of Mrs. Carrie Meinzer Is under quarantine for scarlet fever, the children of Mrs. Clara Olson are 111 with the disease. Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and daughter, came home Saturday from Phillipsburg, Kansas. Mrs. Sarah Nafus and daughter of Nashua, visited at the E. O. Chipman home last Tuesday. Mrs, Chipman Js a niece of Mrs. Nafus. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kircher of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Losher of Chicago called on friends here last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Giddlngs and daughters, Hannabelle and Marie, spent Sunday at Wesley visiting Mr. Old- dings' brother and father. Leonard Sheldon, district deputy, and his officers went to Swea City on Monday night to Install the officers of the Odd Fellows lodge there. Dr. and Mrs. Claire Clapsaddle and daughter left Friday for their hoijie at St. Genevleve, Missouri, after spending some time here and at the lakes. Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Isenberger and daughter and Mrs. Sharp were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. • Lloyd Schenck, and Alfred Schenck drove to Minneapolis Sunday. They reutrned home Monday. Maxine Schenck returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and children and Mrs. Mayme Hofius returned home Monday from Griswold, where they spent the Fourth with Mr. Elston's parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters attended the funeral of the lltle two mouths old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Barrickman at Algona Saturday. The little one had pneumonia. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Housour Tuesday, July 1. The little one has been namei Ruth Ivy. Miss Hannabelle Giddlngs of Iowa City Is caring for the mother and little one. Paul Kriethe came home last Friday from Rochester, Minnesota, where he has been for treatment for several weeks. He Is greatly unproved In health which will be good new to'his many friends. Edward Paine and George Koestler are at Hastings, Nebraska, where they are working on the farm at the home of one of George's sisters. The boys left last Wednesday hi George's new Ford roadster. Saturday evening on main street. The League will serve ice cream and pie Eautrday evening on main street. The money will be used to help pay then- expenses at the Institute at Lake Okoboji next week. Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk of Waterloo are moving into the Fred Ringsdorf house vacated by the John Gerhardt family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Algona moved In to the Ringsdorf house vacated some time ago by the Floyd Gibbons family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, Mr. and Mra. Harold Graham and family and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Roy plark spent the Fourth at the G. N. Graham home in Portland township where they all enjoyed a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf were at Lake Francis and French Lake, where they had a cottage and spent the Fourth and several days fishing and enjoying themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Holm accompanied them on the trip. They returned home Sunday. .Mrs. Frank Snyrler went to Chicago Sunday where she will visit nor sister. Mrs. Snyder is just able lo be up and around on crutches after her lecent fall. Her daughter, Mrs. John McGowan and two daughters, who were visiting here returned to their home hi Cedar Rapids. 1 The fire department was called out to the Roy Ollom home Monday morning. One of the children had started a fire hi the stove when the pipe was not hi the chimney and set fire to the celling. Mrs. Ollom and the neighbors succeeded in putting out the fire before they arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Singsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher went to Mo pie ton, Minnesota, Tuesday where Mr. Ringsdorf will build a new house on his farm as the old one was recently struck by ligbtnln? and burned. Frea Lavrenz and men went up to do tlv>' carpenter "work. •;, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf received word from Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and son, Bartlett, who recently visited them, and who are now on their way to Pleasant Lake, North Dakota, to visit Mrs. Mary Burton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gillett, stating they are at White Fish Lake, Minnesota, where they have a cottage and will spend several days there before going to North Dakota. See our samples of wedding invitations. <#* Heavy Duty 6-ply Dual-Grip Generals $10.95 4.50-20 4.50-21 and 4.75-19 for Ford, Chevrolet, Durant, Star, Whippet, Plymouth Get our Special 4-ply prices, too, • Joe Greenberg It's easier to build fences with RED TOP S5S POSTS TN a single day one man unassisted can drive J. 200 to 300 Red Top posts-and align them perfectly. They reduce a week's fencing job to a single day. Eliminate the back breaking post hole digging and make fence building and repair a one man odd-time job. And Red Tops last long in the fence line— have more strength than you will probably ever need—are made of the same tough steel used in railroad rails and are properly designed to hold the fence in steady security year in and year out. Come in and let us show you on an actual post the exclusive features that make Red Top the best steel post your money can buy— the reinforcing rib running the full length of the post for extra strength—the accurately placed, prominent studs that prevent the fence from being rooted .up or ridden down—the easy driving triangular anchor plate which furnishes a firm underground foundation for the post and the rust resisting aluminum metallic finish Which is baked on for pernwjicnce. . S. Norton & Son Phone 229

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