The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1931 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1931
Page 12
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-— "mm V AJK I U1J DRAW AT SPENCER *v b !Jj. is ma »a«er, W. Soltis Monday good account of himself, nent has been training »"«*** nship of the count™ VIC MAKES FIRST RING DEBUT, j frWlHps fought Best Fight of , Career Against Soltis, Who Has ~ 1 Mncli More Experience. A HEAVY SNOW FAIJ5 IN IOWA Will Bring Much Needed Moisture to Soil, The Storm Was General. EAST AND WEST ROADS BLOCKED. ION' Housekeeping ft Hare Blinard. Rf5§r*r5aS FrSSJaa'-S I ~-*'V=^ 411, at IBS and Phjiiine qt .—-I month. £«»«M ™°' n ««•£rrr^" punches. V .^dST^SSf "• «"»'««!,» nua put into ctrcula- "^s covered with tim — »». »«aiuiy ^in case you haven't received I of snow. The wlndlblew ™^j lnche! l ^ft^«ft»*tte"SSrt SIMS &^^&»«r* '• For this week there is "Fiftv ImnassahiP TK» roaas making them i Frenchmen," with Oleson and nea rzero nd H ercry dropped to Ladw"-' "n" f n L5 ? n *" "Misbehaving •„ , ,,??'„ Ka^es" and John Gilbert £,J» e ?.°?* ^te." The Dourtas — «••»»» V.IUWCTI t -"-"» *<>«:. The Douglas - Picture, "Reaching for the se^d-A^/^e^at pS. %?:• '^^j?. • -nglan'd tt^SS^aysa velS*d P100d ^"'n^rSidf "3S! "si ErJpSSaS lese days will t the Catholic churoh anniUJed Saturdnv T/ A ^/,??5?. w . e . re er te a sister of Mfrhooi 1 ^: ™ r eek> 1 nd WUI ^ followed bv truck f^m Mas^n Cltv toAi"" TOUte Peter"^ d " CO , nttaent ° u sta- ^the^X^" 0 '^ 011 "Oa will con- ZION Curtains and Nets are ready for you « 4 . a/7</ & are SUGGESTIONS >Gr move to Is a Bert Shellmyer"^ Small Crowd. y^^ "-'•••W** V.1UI* U. r-S^sss-*.«-. Opera HOMO in ^i PUt °" at the Amm * the Millionaires » weeks ntn IT M Sp f, ncer a co «Ple of Barthelmess Pay Wriv Tnrf "'o'"™ I k,' nnrt c""» e west - Kansas, Nebras- rsSsS&S-essiff&SsSTsS^wi Barthelmess pnv Wn'v "Jl^L Ri ?| lar . d t " ''5 "I^^^' 6 west . Kansas, Nebras- A o' 855 of nine O-MC, o j ^ Toomey in -.The a V£^o^,.^^ l wLrl^ U ^°e -lilt* "-•"-•« oivixu ui Uig Si •The cr ^ ] dead in Nebraska. we^fcf b'u't hf te ther ° again m three ' Sto^'A-SKSSf iS?.»P* ^n 52-^jSSM^a; opaned Michigan. A class of nine girls and flv» K as confirmed nt tif T »\. flve bovs here Pain, lundav ^ ? Church William PaulsUch omcTaL 1 ' 3 ^ 1 '' *? ev ' consisfprf „«• tu. y" Icl ated. The class An,-, n ?l n » r "«" B "™™: ft; H.™f H^I^r 11 -*^ Srsff's^'Sfiws • *. HSSSiSss alongside the hi^-T.. g M tne car ' Kuckcr . PAJAMAS That Perform Day and Night : •!; • ... KAYSER has just shipped us the most intriguing array of pajamas—they're absolutely fascinating— the colors are all so gay and the styles so different. They can be worn for night attire, breakfast, or that hour of relaxed leisure . . BteASsaS-rss $1.00to$4.75 There's no qukker, more economical way to give your rooms a frcsn-as- April appearance, tnan ty hanging filmy ^IQN curtains or nets. ' We Wc.aH the various styles and types of £ion Curtains an'ct Nets — tailored, fringed, smartly designed or smartly plain. —And they're in an extensive price range . . . for two years' wnrir mitv,+u «°Uars sj^sirsl? 85 * terton ^strTu^'^ 18 ? Chat ' Paramount for thw until October. • » • •^s- I wa,-45»s ,a«%rSTo^ A '« March Goes Out with Fair Weath to the SerttS 8 "- m ° Ve - her he shnnw ^*V oe a sil °rt fclnie until shp mm At the Hospital. ter MW B "* M eyer ,. er - M «- Roger Elbert hves in Mason city PL"'' COU " ty ' Pearson, Swea medical; Dr c D March 30. surgical* he north 30, surgical; March 31 <-'haap, Algonai wr child, a boy fn an operati 0e n "for^n Be * nd unde rwent ^° n £Z -f^ H«-^S- noi-e L wifh ne f eUmyer ° f ^^ OASIHEDADS. BENT-Modem house. Phone ^^S^jS^T^ H r SSr SWKSffi: Wednesday Thursday .Fiway. water"^';:;;;; •« !^ Statundav ....«i 26 BimOa-K^iK i Sfaj5j:---'Bw 4 ..r..,,. .32,,_, 21 • MSr";;:;::"---"-?-^-^ Tuesday ...::..\\\"""'"'% % 1 *** *« Special Maundy Thursday Service. and vis- *^_. • • *** X • EUIfir rwusftrtt* f\f 4- v> EDlscnnal rhu^^v, «i« * /aiBI *'r or tne SSIs J «'^!Snr «?y evening: at seven-tw,*., 0 *- cl ^ ~-j who has made eoori TVI "VV"" SPS^S^ «^Sn»S id- county Clfcy across Emmet her • i"»" 10 conni Catherine grade --»» i WL P-'anter.- corn. One wagon lre s- Moline corn STAT EMENT OP THE CONDITION OP IOWA STATE BANK Furniture and Fixture '.' •'••'•••• Due from banks and bankers! cash'and ca^h Hems' Total Resources .... "* Capital Stock Surplus Fund LIABILITIES. SSu du^UK^"^' '^^ '::: : SC^effl^^to b ^»--^;;. : Time certificates of' deposit''.'.'.' 15,000.00 5,000.00 50,000.00 $ 922,416.17 11.64 2,550.00 20,500.00 268,501.91 "liwrnri . Mantor. ' 4j_tf r^^J^endorf. 0 ' Cath °" C «*««*• tudor Ford sedan Inquire at this —— 40-tf w 05,321.08 629,134.99 40,098.02 93,659.77 Chrischilles & Herbst $f**********ff*tfJUf£wtA TEN 1 Photos I Your Easter Hat is Here at the Popular Price Studio Located over Steele's Store. • 42* ital Savings deposits 30,996.08 231,492.45 Creamery Co., H. H 38-tf Boetcher, Prop, P. D. WILLIAMS, President K n ' C wife Saving statlon."- Phone 267, 6o-M 1—. . on ATTESTED M° H P N SS D J ' O. MAWDSLEy. L. E. LINNAN. J> K OVERMYER. Directors. "i7i£S SEffSftw. would be » credit to expect service and. courteous atte«tio«i Pr| C ed $3.95 •••-•*&&•*'•> llave! learned $5.95

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