The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1945
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FORMER RESIDENT OF SWEA PASSES IN LMRMORE she lived to this viciriity she had he* Membership ih the local Nor" wegion church which has since merged with the S WEA-EAGLE BO Y Swea City: Funeral services w ^re held Tuesday at the Imman« L Hi hei>an ch "rch for Mrs. Caroline Severson, widow of Simon Severson, with the Rev. Phillips of the Methodist church at Livermore in charge. Mrs. Severson would have attained the age of on *?£?? h £, d she lived until Feb. 26, 1945. She died Feb. 3 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Chambers, Jr., at Livermore, after an illness of several months. Her religious affiliations were Pfe. Verne Anderson. Swea City Soldier, Wounded In Action i ARMY AIR SCHOOL Swea-Eagle: T-Sgt. Orvllle E. Thorson was graduated last week Air Forces Cen- ri. Baft6tt, salary P. Ostrum, salary COUNCIL MINUSES I*, s; mdse. SUp. Co., Nwrt«r£"se«h 84., 69.00| 37.3(3 43.21 •asar 413.61 City- Gleflf, SSTB SB command fu ly before. Verne is not able to write ods of aerial " January 26 The City Council met regular time and place. '1645. 25.001 08.00 31.10 « M the|iowaMach.TsurCo; " a0 |°ffi ^ ^ Mayor| ^dse. -!....' S74.68 BrTdllJ Bwrrt^r mSe ett * C °" *« .-RS** Wbo <* SttSn and Huenhold:i N epfc "«•*&•" rr * 0>87 L* 01 ^ wftdr. __^, *«* The laln-rffi! 8 M6tet Co " ... , J Z^uih , Co. Imp., mdse. Nation 24% Behind In Chick Production Poultry Meat Supplies Are Far Below Needs!! WE URGE YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EARLY MARKET BY ORDERING YOUR CHICKS NOW from our blood tested flocks, which are being prepared with customary care. The demand for Baby Chicks bids fair at times to exceed the supply. Early orders are very desirable. Order your chicks NOW for March and April deliveries and avoid disappointment. Our office open daily. We Extend Our 5% Cash Discount Until February 10th "^^^•"i^^™^^B« Kossuth County Hatchery bat duty with the army air fore in Italy. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Thorson. Mr. 'and Mrs. John Ecklund who have farmed many years 01 the Heock Estate farm, moved to Mrs. Wm. Mather returned „ week ,,fg° Monday from Rochester, Minn., where she underwent f. ma ^°, r operation at a hospital there three weeks ago. She has recovered satisfactorily. 'ivr^ 0r AtF - t arson ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larson, formerly civilian instructor with the army air forces now has his headquarters at College Park, Ga., and is a pilot for the Eastern Ah- Lines. Mrs. Ellis Jongberg and her twin sister, Miss Faye Lane, Abilene, Texas, who have visited at the John Jongberg home, left last Monday for Marshalltown where Kohlhaas was present, also Buffalo Councilmen Harris, Hutchins, DU " JUO Fox, Bohannon and " " Hawcott was absent, utes were read and approved. A building permit for R. Bjustrorrt was approved. Appropriating Ordinance 637 was passed. ADAH CARLSON, 9,65 .McKesson & RabbfnV, °-1 mdse. __„.. H. w, post, freight":::: 630.12 Percival Motors, repairs a *J& ^ehstein, repairs^ M? ** a ^J?,°°K tt.<fa«. — A^ROPHIATWC NO. 63^ ELECTRIC FUND L. M, Belldck, salary.„.$ Clements Serv., gas "" Addressograph Agency" I mdse. * ^. W. W. Sullivan, P.~M." mdse. 8.34 KOSMI c^ s --: O .. uo i BO * oe tMedln « s fl lary ..—_ 66.00 1.58 M. Jones, salary '.^..^ 24do !;- Sawyer, rent they will enter employ in a wir | plant there. T-Sgt. Richard O'Green left last week after a month's furlough at the home of his parents, Emil O'Greens. A combat vetera of 35 months in the Europea theatre and wearing a Purpl Heart and Infantryman's Badge T-Sgt. O'Green is now at the army ground and service forces redis tnbution center at Hot Springs | Al*K. Mrs. Art E. Anderson let Thursday by train from Manley for Texas where she will visit her son, Pvt. Edward C. Anderson, a G. C. Wright, salary.... W. Ludwig, salary 85.8$ A. Hill, salary <. Rutledge, salary , I. Stephenson, salary.. Chester Webb, salary _ Toe Dunn, salary F. Ostrum, salary . C. U. Pollard, salary ... I. Kohl, salary „ A. Carlson, salary H. Passtnore, salary Iowa State Bank, 82.20 A. Moulds, sallry «!'?S T - O'Brien, salary ~~ 86.40 c. McGinnLj, salary""" 86.40 A. Weishaar salary!!" 60-80 |N. W. Bell Telf Co"; serv. Diesel Service Co., fuel C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., freight 478.08 Fulton Iron Works Co., 62.20 Schultz BrosTgas" 88 i » rook ' ?W::: 76.40 62.85 18.75 109.60 47.20 88.50 59.00 88.00 320.65 ^n~U~"~~~~~ >fll . SEWER'FUND" I C. U. Pdliard, salary..... 20.00 . HRE MAINT. FUND ' * v 1vl g T JP?!?*" labor - 256 -°° 3.32 ira Kohl, labor .i. 21 00 n J-641 Hooker Sup. Co., nidse.I <'« 90.50 Kossuth Oil Co., service N. W. Bell ' " vice DEPOSIT FUND Pipeline CleaH Easy and Chore Bdy Milkers Iowa Cream Separators, electric and hand turn V4 and % h. p, Motors MilkiAg Machine Inflations, f ubing and Gaskets for All Makes •f AUTMORIZEtt DEALER FOR Maytag* and Frigidaires W« Service Ail Makes of Washers and Refrigerators "B" Battery Packs Wringer Rolls for Ail Washers - Mwie 3 " Glenn Crlliy Algona, Iowa Phone 800 209 E. State St. Insulate Now! For A Johns Manviile Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co.- DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative ;i 44« mdse. 360.20 Honan - Crane Corp., mdse. ' 125.46 Ingersoll Rand Co., mdse. _ 198.74 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse. Elec. Eng. & Con. Co.,. mdse. North. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. Terry-Durin Co., mdse.. Cres. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. 148.09] Iowa Elec. Sup. Co., 112.64 I 28.98 9.07 89.86 70.26 4.82 West. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse. Norton Mach. Wrks., repairs ''unk & Deim, mdse. .. Algona Laundry, serv... Algona Hardware, mdse. Botsford Lmbr. Co., mdse. 1. S. Barton, real estate Buchanan Abstract Co., service . W. Post, freight R'y Express Agcy., freight Clements Service, gas ._ Ken Frankl's Station, gas __ Dutch's Super Service, gas Moe Service Station, gas A. H. Borchardt, mdse. _ 11.64 8.69 I 15.63 12.56 10.32 1.32 7.65 259.00 CLOSING mile Thursday, February 15 Sale begins at 12 o'clock sharp '•'.,**•• |ifiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiin iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH iniE I Closing-Out Sale 1 t ! W'U hold a Closing Out Sale at the place known as the old R o b e r t Pink • lo™ and 2^ C -5 Se l 0 "' 2i mileS 8 ° Uthi ° r 5 miUs ea " °" avement fronf^t S gona, and Z$ miles south, on pavement froni Al- = Wednesday, Feb. 14th sale will commence at 12 o'clock sharp. Sexton Ladies' Aid will serve lunch Lunch wagon on grounds Head of Livestock - 84 9 - HEAD OF HORSES - 9 All Black Purebred Percherons with Pedigree Blue Eagle, stallion, wt. 2100 Ibs. 22, 1933. Sire: Lapus 180725 by LeSueur 150878. Dam: Babe 196199 by Dandy 135043. | 127 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 127 I 5 Head of Horses - ! ' bay 8elding> 8mooth < 3 by Maple Grove Spark February 25, 1938. Fed- sffl^sia 1639 2 t da ' mare ' ^ 165 °' Itoe ° hled N0> 20 ° 415 - F ° aled ^ 29, I y 928° g |be: Jolap 80583. Dam: Ethelene I Gelding 9 years old, wt. 1650. 1 3-year old Gelding. 1 Yearling Colt. 65 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 65 \ 1?SJ?^? ?%****» and Sh-thorns. One just fresh, an- 53 Head of Cattle 53 1 ?. hfer ° alv . > wl " 3 ?° to 55 ° Ib «-! 2 »t«er calves, about I 65 Head of Good Feeding Hogs - 65 1 10 -HEAD OF SPOTTED POLAND CHINA BRED snws . in MACHINERY Weight 100 to 200 Ibs. Late summer and fall pigs 150 LAYING HENS LEGHORN ROCKS I I W. K. 40 Tractor Good Condition F-12 Tractor On steel, with cultivator. In good shape McDrg. Manure Spreader J. D. Hay Loader Light Bottom J. D. Side Delivery Rake 5 Bar, with tawtor hitch 21' International Disk McDrg, 8' Power Binder Nearly New ' Western Ciiitipactar = = TERMS—Cash, or see your banker. = LOU MATEBN, Auctioneer B.E.SANDERS SECURITY STATE BANK, Clerk 1 ,.^J Edward R. Mawdsley Jowa Stitf Baj*, del* . . «rJ

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