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The Algotta ^-.*',,; • «i^-Aiim«!f«w«^i((M*rifri»«c l : /:' : t : !-,';"A,;'•:.•-•« ^ViV.'' ..';'* ,;,".'»•',.';"' ,','.•" -! ACTIVITIES OF SERVICE MEN FROM SWEA-EAGLE AREA Sw$-Eagle: Pic. Paul Gar- aczk<iwSkl has completed a four Greeks', course in special training at the'JftOth A^F base unity, military^police training center, at Barksdale Fieltl, Louisiana, and has ^leturned to his home station at Rome -Army Air Field, Rome, N. Tft i? Seaman • Durward F. Perdue, of the Atlar.tic fleet, has finished 21 ttionths of service 1 find arrived on Sunday at Algona for a 30-day leave here With his wife who is making her home with her parents the Frank Isaacsons. Russell T. Doocy, GM 2-c, who has spent eighteen monHis in Dhe South Pacific, arrived last week and will spend his 30-day leave with his parents, the George Doocy's. Mrs. Marion (Zip) Koons, who has been with her husband at San Luis Obispo, Calif., since last summer, came a week ago Sunday to remain at the home of her father, Ed Anderson. Lt. Koons left California for an officers' training school in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bilsborough were Sunday visitors at the Win. Thompson home. Baby Chicks Ducklings Turkey Poults Now is the time to book your Swea City chicks, broadbreast poults, and White Pekin ducklings. First chick hatch February 7. Discount on chicks to hatch of March 21. All chicks from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum tested flocks. We have reduced chick prices $1.00 per hundred on most kinds from first price lists. Leghorn and Austra White pullets reduced $2.00 per hundred. Write or phone us your order now or seg PUP nearest representative. Swea City Hatchery City, Iowa Phone 35 Township assessors, Fred C. McGregor for Swea and Floyd Ott* mAn for Eagle, attended a county assessors' meeting at Algona lasjt week Friday. Carman Brandt celebrated her birthday Tuesday by having h«r teacher and the girls in her grade as guests and 'her mother, Mrfe. W. Brandt, served supper. Mrs. Ronald Evenson, of Lancaster, Penn., and Mrs. Elvira Butterfield, of Santa Monica, Calif., who have spent several weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson, at Spirit Lake, visited a few days last week at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Burgeson. Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund were honored guests at a farewell reception at the Methodist church Wednesday night. The Ecklunds will soon move to a small acreage they bought near Maple Hill. The Carl Schroeder family will move to the farm now occupied by the Ecklunds. The farm land has been rented to Frank Bentele. The Alton Furgeson estate farm sale will be held Thursday, the 18th. Mr. Furgeson passed away suddenly of a heart attack last fall. His son, Lawrence, farming with his father, has leased the farm for next year. A sister, Mrs. Ralph Blakefield, kept house for them while her husband was in the army. Mr. Blakefield stepped on a mine while in combat overseas and lost a foot. After spending a long time in the hospital he is now here. Mr. and Mrs. Blakefield live in Armstrong. Howard O. Schrepel, Burt Boy, Promoted Burt: Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Gettman, Lone Rock, received word recently that Mrs. Gettman's son, Howard O. Schrepel, had been promoted from MMM 1-c to Chief Machinists Mate on January 1st. Howard has been in the navy over five years, having his first training at the Great Lakes sta-. tion, then going to the west coast and from where he has been in the Pacific theatre most of the time. Howard attended the Burt school, graduating from high with the class of '36. Before entering the navy he worked in the Tydol oil station with Henry Gettman. Swea City Farmer Receives Concussion Swea City: George Butterfield, Jr., a farmer three miles south of Swea City, is ill at the Geo. Butterfield, Sr., home hwe. While he was working around his barn about ten days ago a timber fell, striking him on the head, causing a slight concussion. He went about his work as usual until Tuesday, when, he began having fainting spells. He was brought to the parental home and a few days later memory of the accident returned te him- At this writing he is Kepo?ied RS making satisfactory '" Algona Maytag Co. George Pipeline Clean Easy and Chore Boy Milkers Iowa Cream Separators, electric and hand turn BOTTLE GAS STOVES With automatic oven control 1 AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR Frigidaires — Maytags — Shellane Bottle Gas We also service other makes "B" Battery Packs Wringer Rolls for All Washers Phone 399 Glenn Crilly Mr. Farmer- If you are going to tile your farm this coming spring, place your order today. We have shipments of drain tile ordered out and will be able to supply your needs. Place your orders today. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, January 23 2 Miles North of Ottosen U Horses 11 Including 2 Registered Belgian and 2 Registered Percheron Stallions, also team of young registered mures. 12 Head of Cattle 10 Brood Sows 13 Head of Sheep FARM MACHINERY John Deere Model D tractor In good working order; 3 -bottom H-in. John Deere tractor plow; 2-row New Idea corn picker; International 13-foot spring tooth harrow; two 20-foot wood section harrows; one 13-foot steel harrow; one 15-ft. Western land roller; 10-ft. International tandem disc; 10-ft. International disc; Altman-Taylor threshing machine, good running order; 24x40 ft. shed with 16 ft. post*. •"«* • TERMS: .i~E^, W™ i .ftg-ji>-^^|CJj|MML.j§» BROGAN-ROONEY NUPTIALS MONDAY AT WHFITEMORE Whlttemore: A .very beautiful and attractive wedding took place Monday morning, Jan. 8, at 9i30 in St. Michael's Catholic Church when Mary Catherine Roohey, daughter' of Mrs. John Waldroh and Stanley Brogan, GM 2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brogan, Were married, the Rev. William Veit performing the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her step-father, John Waldron. The Bridal Party The bride was beautiful in a white satin gown made en train with a fingertip veil, adorned with seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of shell pink and white tea roses and a pearl rosary. Miss Anita Brogan, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and was attired in a floor length white silk jersey gown and wore white net fillet in her hair. She carried a colonial bouquet of red, white and blue carnations. Miss Margaret Ropney, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and was attired in a white silk taffeta floor length dress with net over skirt. She also wore a net fillet in her hair and carried a colonial bouquet of red, white and blue carnations. Men In Uniforms Sgt. Thomas Rooney, brother of the bride, acted as best man, and the groom was attended by Sgt. Merrill Joyce, cousin of the bride. The men wore their service 'uniforms. The ushers were men in the service of their county, Ensign Maurice Steier and Cpl. Norbert Knecht. The nuptial music was played by Sister M. Leo. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kolla sang duets during the ceremony and little Johnnie Waldron also sang a solo during the communion. Following the ceremony a breakfast was served at the A. JX Brogan home. Dinner at Academy A 1:UO o'clock dinner was served in the Academy hall to 75 relatives and friends of the young couple. The tables were decorated with twined white tapers and centered with small white tulle fans with nosegays of white fres- sias and fern, tied with red, white and blue bowknots. The bride's table was adorned with a three tiered wedding cake. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Presentation Academy. The groom has served in the South Pacific area on a PT boat. At present the bride is employed by the Commercial Credit Corporation at Davenport. BURT BEAUTY SHOP MOVES TO TITONKA AFTER FOUR YEARS Burt: Fern Oesterreictier, local beauty operator^ has rented the shop in Titonka and plans to move her equipment from the shop here to that town after January 27th. Miss Oesterreicher has operated the shop in the Whitehill apartment here the past four years. She has enjoyed a nice business here but the Titonka territory is without a beauty shop and this is also nearer to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, their daughter, Mrs. James Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan attended the funeral of Mr. Kelly's mother at Hartley Saturday. Little Richard Kenneth Dugan stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary, while his parents were away. WOMANS' CLUBHOLDS POSTPONED MEET MONDAY The Woman's Club met Monday evening, January 8, at the home of Mrs. Hardy Buell, with Ruth Hodgson as assisting hostess, • The discussion planned for the evening was not given, instead Mrs. Chas. Patterson reviewed parts of Ernie Pyle's book. This meeting had been postponed for a week so on the evening of the 15th the ^lub •held >a regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Richard Thompson with Mrs. Will Vogel as assisting hostess, the book, "Fair Stood the Wind For France," by H. E. Bates, was reviewed. Mrs. Howard McMullen will entertain the Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon of this week. A group of friends went to the Terman Bussie home Friday evening to help them celebrate their anniversary Mrs. Charles Schrader entertained the Auxiliary members at her home last week Wednesday The afternoon was spent in sewing. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Obrecht, of Denver, Colo,, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Millei last week. Mr. Obrecht is nephew of Mrs. Miller. EJd Bierstedt, who had a heart attack a week ago, is getting better at his home here. Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Sorensen are staying at the Bierstedt home for a while Margaret Officer entertainec the S. S. S. girls at her home on Tuesday evening of last week Mrs. Clifford Holding is the leader of this group. Eleven members attended. Pfc. Naomi Van Steenburg, who is a WAC stationed in New Guinea writes friends here that she woult be interested in hearing from Burt friends. She sometimes receives the Bancroft Register. Mrs. Roy Ollom entertained the Bid or Bye bridge club at her home Thursday evening of las week. Mrs. Kickbush and Mrs Schrader were guests. Mr§. Griese won high score and Mrs. Carman had low. The United Service Women wil have their business meeting for January on Thursday evening, the 26th, at the school house. The next sewing meeting is to be on Friday afternoon, January 27th A good attendance is hoped for. Some 12 women met at the home of Mrs. W. B. Officer last Thursday afternoon and tied quilt. This quilt had been, piecec by the STOMP sftd wffl fee FOR SALE:- 800 bales of wild hay. Phone 704 Lone Rock. W. B. Murray. a2-3* 'OR SALE: Young Holstein milk cows. Also Moline 2-16 plow. ake Meyer, 1 mile west and 1% mile south of Wesley. a2*tt FOR SALE: 400 bales of straw; also team of horses. Ernest Nauman, 3% miles south of Burt. ' . 3-4* 'OR SALE: Pre-war Lloyd Loom baby buggy. May be seen at 715 E. McGregor or call 227-W 3* FOR SALE: Six high-producing Jersey cows; twenty-one 300 Ib. arood sows; 180 hens; 90 pullets; 400 bu. corn; 200 bu. Boone seed oats; 4 tons hay; sulky plow; 8 t. disc; 3 section harrow; 2 wheel railer; eleetfle .motor and pump aok. ' Chas. A. Fouhy.v 60 rods north of Milwaukee depot. 3* FOR SALE: 9 black-faced ewes. C. E. Detrick, Algona, Phone -F4. ... 3*' Stale Agent Speaker at Swea City f*f A City; Quest speaker at the parent-teacher meeting last week was R. S. Logan of Ruth* ven, state agent for the commission In charge of 'state instltu* tions. Mr. ' Logan, whose wc-ris includes paroles for boys -at El* dora, spoke on juvenile deltn- quettcyV m dafMM «htl __ cent of the dellfiquififcy pfobleffi tests with the 'home, 15 per cent oh the community, afld 10 fceftt on the b6y Himself* er numbers oft th6 several 1 band -nUmBefs, 1 by the 5th grade and two ions by the 1 girls' sextet. sen Sel "if \ Fred Hdtyard lldoiHg s&me decorating.^ the F. L'. Pratt home. CLASSIFIED RATES ents* commission allowed. M Mlnlmiim charge 28c for 13 , u advertising agents «h*fg8 /' words or 16M. When paid wltH thclr\ clients da arid sentf eWh"';.' order, 2o pel* ..*brdf when . with',order they, receive,Id charged, So per .worrf. ,N» ate- " Cohiifllsifon. Blind BW^Sc. For Sale ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Molnes office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tl DESK BLOTTERS, assorted ml- ors—chocolate, green, red, pink, Dlue and cedar for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, ISc. FOR SALE: Jbhns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed.- For estimate call.. Del l«aneagh, Phone 767, represent? ng Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. *. 44tf FOR SALE: Early maturing Pioneer 353-A, 353, 341, In large, medium, and small flats. C. L. 322 in large and small flats. C. L. Bailey, Phone 626-J, Algona; or Amos Angle, Phone 958-W, Al- :ona. 2-4* 'OR SALE: 15 head of Shorthorn calves, 3 to 9 months'old;- Louis' icheppmann, 1 mile north .and 3% miles,east of Irvington. 3-4* 'OR SALE: Duroc boar. Melvin Rieken, Algona. 3* 'OR SALE: Hampshire male pig of the Skow herd at Wesley. S. E. Noland, Algona. 3 'OR SALE: Hay, 60c per bale.; % mile west, % mile north Wea City. Roy Peters. 3* 'OR SALE: 22 Remington automatic and few shells. A. L. Baker, Lone Rock. 3* POR SALE: 4 Guernsey milk cows, "good producers. W. J. Barr, Algona. 3* FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and ta'blestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. . 3-tf Wanted WANTED TO BUY: Muscovy .Drake and 2 Rhode Island red cockerels. C. R. McVeigh, Algona, Rt. 1. , .3* WANTED TO. RENT: Farm. Full line of equipment, two tractors. David McGregor, Algona. 3-4* WANTED: Married man for farm work. House With Water and electricity. Hugh Black, Phone 8F24, Algona. a3* WANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around job, best of wages and extras. House with electricity furnished. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf WANTED: Tenant 'house to move to town. Discharged service man. Duarie Adams, 321 W. McGregor. ' 3* WANTED: Married man on farm. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, Iowa. 3-tf WANTED: To buy Briggs & Stratton gas engines and worn out electric motors, any size. Also any kind of appliances. We pay cash. Algona Maytag Co. 3 WANTED TO BUY: Sewing machine, modern refrigerator, both in good condition. Andrew Miller, Algona, RFD 2. 3* WANTED: Married man to help : on farm. Separate house with' basement, running water and 'electricity. Good 'Wages. F. L. <Ryerson, % mile E., 2% mile N, of; Burt. 2-3* ALL DISPLAY advertising copy must be in the hands of our printers by Wednesday noon to insure publication in the paper the following Thursday. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 2-tf I*! XPU WPP rHSSSLlSlansg for any p"urtJ6Se',"you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moinos 40c and up. . ,' r '. • , 13-tf miscellaneous LEAVING for Service: 37 Ford ^/>for sale, in good" shape."'Paul Kisch. Phone 3169, Whittemore. .: • a3* YOUNG COUPLE wants light housekeeping or sleeping rooms. Inquire at Upper Des Moines Office. : ' 3* SJELL your late model car to us fji for the highest, price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. ' 36tl FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish- • ing. Heavy/ commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275», Algona. 17-3-8tf Bend GW Talk* Over Radio at v . Vftf rt'-Wht leftd" Sne,6f Wfee StUtilfltS , cKffseh Martha» Dunc'ah 61' Afnes to ta OVef the radid frlesda 1 ? on their eitperleHdes 66 cl6fks dttrllig the Christmas seasoH,, Jahlce, dangle tftf of Mft aM MM, Cart Vohtf, i* a sophomore at Iowa Staid college, Ames, whers she Is majoring In hdtne ec6n6fttles. During «the Christmas holidays she clerked 1 fa? her father in the Vohg dfug'stor.* in West Beftd. ,, Mrs. Roy S. McWhiorter went to Rochester Tuesday for a con- itiltaHon and possibly an operation. • , J Mr. and Mrs. Joe" Helde'rscheldt are planning to sell their home here before moving to the farm being vacated by Robert Runchey and family. f Lloyd Bartlett was ablft to leave the Hospital at Mason City Friday and will be-in bed at home from two to four weeks,' It was not determined definitely just what Is causing his illness, but he is better at this time. A township trustee meeting Was held with Mr. Bartlett at his home on Monday 'afternoon. , , •Mrs. Bernard Phelps came home by ambifliarice Friday from, an Algona hospital. She had been a patient there several Weeks and now is mUdl ^ improved. Mrs. Phelps was taken to the hospital when their daughter .was four days old. The attending - nurse took the baby to h6r home in Titonka at the time. mVINGTONNEWS Pupils from school district No. 4 who will take the 'basic skills _-,enlisted in the merchant marine fed has passed His first examination at ft, SMllftgV At fteDfeftl hevis at hems awaiting Jttrther orders, ; ' ' Bu'e-io illness Iri the^Jfifl fir&wrt family the IrVlnKt&ii 1's 4*H Girls Club meeting,was postponed. However, with everyone oft the road to recovery the girls will meet on Monday evening, January 22, with Delores Brown as hostess. , ,, The Missionary Society of the local Presbyterian chunbh will meet Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs, Lee Cplwell will have charge of the program and ' covered dish luhchMh Wi W grBnamo^norf (jyirs^ AIIGG „ JJT Sgt. NelS6ft< Mt tieifl W tfo§ tseafi area" tor three yearii and ._ with the 34th division; • tie has, a thirty 'day f ufldtlghr f Russell Maisrud', aoii''t)! Mr^^and" Mrs, Peter Halfifud, ef ChSfrj"-' Polflt, M. C., has beefl promoted ti>- flight mechanic, Russell visited •' recently with the* h6me"*.£olfcst|nd -*< upon his arrival back, to.camp rS" ,' ceived tiie promotM: 4 Walterra 1 hi ', other son of the'Halsruds, when ',' last heard from was somewhere in Germany and Phillip Is still Ifl South Pacifl^' &>• < , , „ . ^ WOODWORK 7 Flobr drudjcry b ended/ once "61" |;«ppli«d. RetiiUni to w«r «nd w«Ur, "61 fJOon «r« SAFE, not $lipp«iy; tequifei no t«new*t or attention for yctrt, other t "thin ordinary cleining with a duit mo^ or soap and w«tcr. Made in Satin Finiihind. Diil Finiilb Cowan Building Supply 1LGONA, IOWA P1IONE 275* Red Cedar Shingles PLENTY OF RED CEDAR SHINGLES ON HAND AT GOVERNMENT CEILING PRICES^ ^- v ^ Come and Get Them While Theff^aW \ ' ' Pocahontas Lumber Store POCAHONTAS, IOWA 3-4 L FOR SALE: 2 1% volt power packs with batteries. One two years, other three. Completely overhauled. Clarence Nelson, Wesley. aS* FOR SALE: Two good saddle horses, one black and one sorrel. Also Shetland pony. Charley Quinn. Phone 5601, Bancroft. 3* FOR SALE: 20 ft. trailer house in good condition. Reasonable. H. A. Holmgren, Lone Rock, Iowa. 3-4* FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Bantams. 924 E. McGregor, Algona. 3* FOR SALE: One set pre-war new method wear ever aluminum cooking utensils. One small elec* trie mixer. Phone 368J or call at 209 S. Thorington. 3* FOR SALE; .Two individual hog houses 8x18, brooder 'house 12x14, another, ibuilding '8x12,. $100, speedjack, .hand corn shelter, Maytag motor, three • ganders and t\vo geese, phonograph and 8- piece dining room suite. Henry Dacken, Algona. 3* FOR SALE; De Laval electric double «nit pipe line milking machine,,, |lw| class condition, $100.QO. Power lift for a Farmall "H" tractor, never uncrated, Coleman oil heater, large size, good condition, $50.00 Hobart Cable upright player piano, $20.0Q. Modern 8 piece dining room suite, like new, $65.00. Modern 2 piece pre-war davenport and chair, In good condition, $40.00. Two Ax- minsiter rugs, $18.00 each. Bedroom suite, 3 piece, modern bed complete $40.00. One bedstead and dresser, $15.00. One large round extension dining table, 9 chairs, $15.00. S. L.-Blackstone. Bode. Phone 38^411, Algona. 3* FOUND: Auto tire. Owner can have same by paying for ad and identifying; phone 20F12, J. H. -Lage, Algonjt. 3* Ward/ it inch tire, pja jl% of |rom .Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture '. Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios ._•<••'••: and Washers. ••BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE 1-ti PHONOGRAPH RECORDS •*• AM the new releases. Needles, a.]-* bums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric} Algona, Iowa. 1-u ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiip I ' *: v ; ,i4lte'- - : "< _*-*_ M E ' W^k ' " ' t-Mf^'.;' M^\ ' B Down Go i : '. ''•'..•''-. '.- •' : * J *' r . /;.; •. • ' "'- - '"Si Co a t P r ices! SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In farms, loans, drainage surveying and -estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf IN APPRECIATION: We wish to thank our many friends for the many beautiful flowers, gifts and cards we received on our Golden Wedding. Mr, and Mrs. John Flora, 3* Card of Thanks I wish to extend my thanks and appreciation for the many expressions of sympathy, the cards and letters, and-the many kindnesses shpwn me at the time of •my husband's death. Mrs. Frank Moore,,,. , . ^,_.^ ^ I'VE DISCOVERED NEW BEAUTY FOR EVERY ROOM ^ * BlflOH POIUVIRY ' i\ at The Chris^hilles Store JUST LIK€ OLD TIMES We are going to clo$e out EVERY LAJ§T WINTER COAT IN THIS STORE, if price will do it and judging from the re. gponse we have had in the last two or three days, WE ARE GOING TCHPO IT, We have included every pjie of oW^ine QUALITY WINTER COATSJn these SMASHING PRICE REDUCTIONS, » " 'f " ' Tliere will bo no TWO FOB OWSAM3 this year »na that makes these reduc. ttons eyen wore surprising, In-lact yon w^w't ftellev^ yowr eyes -w«e»-yo» se§ the way ire hare slashed prices, And In the face of further scarcity of labor and materials, • ? We have both plain Chesterfield and fuf trimmed coattt In stock, and OF LABGE SIJ5ES, And plenty of g^o4 Wftcks^umde frow »U wool wat«rj»li i perfect mtln? eqats. , ' This it the time to buy that winter coat for next winter. won't buy a» good a coat then M you can now »nd you •ave yourself up to $30,00, And how about that new fur soa Wehaveanicerangeof AMNISiMuikrat Co»ti in itock PLENTY OF LARGE S13MWOO, Come in and Every Coat . ' T , -_ ~ I '

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