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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1945
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EE FORMERLY i < \ The Algona Upper Des Mblnes, Algdtifl, i^wa, Februwy 18, 1941 - ^.^g^^g^gggg^ggjy^j^g DIED THIS MONTH ' Siwea - Eagle: Mrs. Caroline Severson, 81, passed away Saturday, February 3, at the home of tier 1 daughter, Mrs. Chas. Chamber's, Jr., in Livermore, after a lingering illness. Funeral services .Were held here at Immanuel Luthern church. The Rev. Phillips, •pastor of the Livermore Methodist Church, conducted the services and burial was in Harrison cemetery, besides her husband who died in October, 1934. Mrs. Severson was born Caroline Bruns in Norway, February 26, 1873 and came to this country in her teens. Her marriage to Simon Severson took place in Minneapolis in 1906. The •couple came to Eagle township where they farmed for 35 years •Until Mr. Severson's death. She then lived \vith her daughter, Mrs. Chambers, moving with them to Livermore in 1941. Mrs. H. O. Hanson, 83, passed away at her home in Armstrong February 5. Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church and burial was In Armstrong Grove cemetery. She was born in Caudil, Illinois, April 4, 1861. She and her husband lived four years in Swea township until! they sold their farm to Shirley Becks two years ago. Her husband died six months ago. Mrs. Christena Asklund Anderson, 77, passed away at her home In Armstrong Tuesday. Feb. 5th. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Armstrong Lutheran churoh. Mrs. Anderson, who had not been ill, was found dead In her bed in the morning by her granddaughters who stay with her •while attending school Mr. and Mrs. Asklund farmed in Swea township some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Treat of Ayrshire visited Friday at the home of their son, Floyd Treat. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey and two children of Lone Rock visited Friday at the Wm. Meyer home. Vergil Jensons and Francis To- rines were Sunday visitors with Mirs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Winnebagp, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Skagg, who have been employed on the Herman Bowman farm the past year, recently moved to Elmore, Minn. Cpl. Maurice Kollasch of the .marine corps, stationed at Parris Island, S. C., is spending a leave at home with his father, A. M. Kollasch. Swea families to receive eleif trictty on their farm homes las Tuesday were the William Meyers Francis Torittes, Maynard Jensons Shirley Becks and Vergil Jensens Russell E. Erlckson, T M 3-C, 0 the Atlantic fleet, returned tc duty Tuesday after a leave o four days here with his sister Florence and his wife at Dunnell Minn Miss Florence Erickson recently received the purple heart meda awarded her brother, Sgt. Everet Erickson, for wounds he sufferec November 28 in fighting on the western front. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Anderson received a message from the war department that their son PCc Verne E. Anderson, was woundec in action January 16 on the western front in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson are enjoying a visit from theii two sons in service, both home at the same time. They are Lt. Robert Johnson of Clovis, N. M. anc Merlin Johnson, who has just finished his boot training at the Great Lakes station. The Earl Prestons have received an APO address out of San Francisco from their son, Pvt Emory Preston. He entered the service last July and took infantry training at Camp Wolters, Texas He was home on furlough during the holidays and left here for a camp in California. Many Swea Cityans at Fairmont Memorial Swea City: A large number of friends and relatives attended the memorial service for Duane Peterson at Giiace Lutheran church at Fairmont Sunday. Duane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Peterson of Minneapolis. He was killed in action in December. Included in the group who went from here were Roal Roalson, Mrs. Martha Knudson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ewang, Mr. and Mrs.Ed Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vollentine, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Roalson, Mr.and Mrs. Ed Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson and Sam Hethershaw. Petit Jury Case Fails to Materialize Here The case for trial before a jury of Walter L. Hefti, LuVerne, vs. the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, scheduled for Tuesday of this week failed to materialize as the litigants made settlement out of court. The jury had been called but was excused. FOOD STORES To honor the Founder of our stores, we are offering the best "food buys" at our command. So celebrate with savings at your A&P. Aur Founder's policy of direct marketing, laid down 85 years ago, is going stronger than ever, today! Result? You always get quality foods at budget-pleasing prices! Ann Page Top Quality Seminole 111 A MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI 1 Ib. pkg. IUv 35c White House Vit. "D" (1V 2 pts. ea.) EVAPORATED MILK 4 cans Pekoe and Orange Pekoe OUR OWN TEA £ Ib. pkg. 3| C Sultana Vitamin "B" ' : PEANUT BUTTER 2 lb J ar 39c Encore Brand EGG NOODLES 2 ] - lb P k S s 35c Ann Page Pure GRAPE JELLY 1 lb. jar 20c Ann Page Salad Style MUSTARD 1 lb. jar ||c Ann Page Finest Wheat Farina MELLO-WHEAT 28 oz. pkg. |5 C Get your Copy of the February "Woman's Day"—Only 2c i Jane Parker Delicious Hot Cross Buns 11 oz. pkg. of 9 19c Whole Kernel Corn (20 pts. ea.) Niblets 12 oz. can |3c Enriched Flour 50 lb. bag Gold Medal $2.41 Enriched Flour 25 lb. bag Pillsbury's Best $1,21 Sunnyfleld Enriched, Dependable Flour 25 lb. bag 99c 50 lb. bag $1.97 Milk (12 pts. lb.) Longhorn Cheese 32c Schulze-Burch Windsor 11 oz. pkg. Assorted Cookies 11 g Swift's Cleaner Sunbrite 2 14 oz. cans |Qc Painted Surface Cleaner Tidy House qt. btl. 53c Save Newspapers and Magazines For Next Local Paper Drive! Mild and Mellow Eight O'Clock Coffee bag Fresh From Nearby Farms Iowa Eggs Doz. AC** ctn. GDC NO-POINT PRODUCE FEATURES! Texas Marsh Seedless, Size 96 GRAPEFRUIT |Q for 39c California Size 176 NAVEL ORANGES doz. $2c California Size 48 Iceberg HEAD LETTUCE head |3c Idaho Utility T7 A RUSSET POTATOES 10 lb. mesh bag 910 Facial Soap WOODBURY'S ll cakes V cakes 4»Tf C I oo<l Stores Win. Prothman Now In Marianna Isles Word was received last week by Mrs. William Prothman that her husband, Pvt. William Froth" man, had arrived safely somewhere in the Mariannes, in the South Pacific. Pvt. Prohtman was Inducted into the army in May, 1944, and was sent to Camp Sibert, Alabama, for his basic training. On July 31 he was transferred to Camp Butner, N. C., in the Quartermaster Corps in which he is now serving. He came home last 'Aug. 4 on an emergency furlough, being called home because of the death of his wife's father, John Rammer. Before entering the service he was employed at the P. VV. camp as a civilian fireman. Swea City Baptists Raise Memorial Funds Swea City: Funds for a service memorial honoring those young folks in service are being raised by contributions at the Baptist church. The memorial is to be in the form of pulpit furniture, and will Consist of chairs and a communion table to match the custom built pulpit recently dedicated to the memory of Lieut. Donald Barger. Livermore Quintet Taken By LuVerne LuVerne: The Livermore boys' basketball team played the Lu- Verne team Friday evening in a very fast and exciting game. The ocal boys defeated the Livermore team by a score of 34 to 33. •Maynard Henderson was high point man for LuVerne with a total of 19 points; Dale Bray ton made 5 points and Darrell Moeding made 4. High point man for Livermore was Buddy Monson with 14 points. C. Miles was next with 10. mortgages, aeeotmw eoieft Death Comes to Julius Ktml (doaiiflued toon Page dfte) county and still owned 6 nuMbef of farms. Julius had a Wonderfully at tractive personality and most people with whom he came 1ft contact soon came to regard him as a tried and true friend, one of whom is this writer. He loved life and enjoyed his contacts With people. He 1 was a man of the strictest integrity and one whose word was truly "as good as ; 'a bond." Julius will hot be with us any more but his memory will long linger. , Swea City to Hold Franchise Election Swea City: An election will be held probably on March 20 to vote on granting a 15 years franchise .to the Interstate Power Company. The 25-year franchise expired February 3rd. LOCALS Car and Truck Tangle On Swea City Street Swea City: Two cars got tangled up because of the icy street last iveek. A Mrs. Larson from Eagle .ownship was unable to prevent ler car from crashing into the Kesler oil truck. The truck was aid up for four or five days and Mrs. Larson's car was badly damaged. It is understood the damage will be taken care of by in- suranfce. Happily no one was lurt. The accident occurred near he Curtis funeral home. Mr. and Mrs. John McGulre and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook left Tuesday for a ten-day visit with relatives and friends in Nebraska. Mrs. VV. I). Hcmmlngson of Fort Worden, Wash., came last week for a month or six weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Math Kapp. She is the former Luella Kapp. e8» level,lot. Close in, location, at 107 E. Lucas. $3500 Se*> Joel M. Hetbst, Real Estate & Ins. FOR §AL& 2 '3d CheWblet dors. No trade required. 1 '34 Plymouth 4 door. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 7 FOR SALE: Brooder house 12x13. Two years aid. Shingle roof. Erich Willrett. Phone 442-J, Al- goha. ' 7* FOR SALE: 60 ft. Windmill. Photie 2-Fllli 7* FOR SALE: Glo-Maid range; 41" round dining table. Bob Plunkett, Phone 14-F121, Algona. 7* FOR SALE: Pups -.out of good tattle dog. J. P. Thill, St. Benedict. 7-8* FOR SALE: Baled wild hay. J. P. Thill, St. Benedict. - 7-8* FOR SALE: Hotel and beer tavern, 20x56 ft. Two story, 11 rooms upstairs, some furnished. Electric top and coolers. Fireproof garage.. Stoker furnace and hot water reg.' Theodore Bierstedt, Wbittemore. 7-8 Wanted Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. .IN DISTRICT COURT . No. 5256 January Term, 1945 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Daniel J. Engesser, Sr., deceased, dated October 7, 1945, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 26th day of February, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof ,of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of 'he day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not toe probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Feb. 14, 1945. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. E. C. McMahon, Atty., Algona, Iowa. It Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for la words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, Sc per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. It advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Bicycle, good as new. Stanley Riedel. 19F2, Algona. • 7* DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—chocolate, green, red, pink, )lue and cedar for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, 15c. FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation in- tailed. For estimate call Del .eaneagh, Phone 767, represent- ng Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf 'OR SALE: Early maturing Pioneer 353-A, 353, 341, in large, medium, and small flats. C. L. Bailey, Phone 626-J, Algona; or Amos Angle, Phone 958-W, Alona. 5-8* 'OR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best if quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of wea City. 3-tf FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating serv ce. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Three room tenant house, two sections, 9x12— 1x18. Reasonable. Possession March 1. Maynard Wiegand, 1 mile east Titonka. 5-0 FOR SALE: 160 acres. Winnebago County. Well improved, well drained, electricity and drilled well. Poss. March 1, 1945. 5125. Long term contract. Inquire of owner. Avery Fitch, hone 17 on 96, Burt. a5-7* FOR SALE: 35 purebred Chester White bred gilts. Will farrow n March and April. Extra good Jits from larg'e litters. George Wolf, LuVerne. Corwith Phone 36F16. 5tf FOR SALE; 35 purebred Duroc gilts. Will farrow in March and April. Heavy hams and wide tucks. A nice group to select rom. Bred to boars that have a ot of quality and type. John F. Weber, 2 miles east of Irvington. Algona phone. 6-8* 'OR SALE: Good clean Boone oats, combined. Henry Kubly, ,uVerne. Phone 2801. 6-7* FOR SALE: Hay, 60c a bale. Roy Peters, % mile west and % mile north of Swea City 6-8* FOR SALE: Used Maytag motor. Roy Peters, % mile west and A north of Swea City. 6-7* FOR SALE: Generator mounting brackets and drive pulley with V-belt tor F-20, 1932 to 1937. Roy Peters, % mile west and % north of Swea City. 6-7* FOR SALE: Black Poland China gilts to farrow in March and April. H. Bierle, % mile south and V* mile west Lone Rock. 7-9* FOR SALE: 97 shocks of fodder cut before frost. Ralph Faith, Phone 323, Algona. 7-8* FOR SALE: Two 500 ctoicfc Jamesway oil brooders in pjsr-r feet condition. Carl Hutchins, i-F3. 7* FOR SALE: Young Holstein milk cows. Also Moline 2-16 plow. Jake Meyer, 1 mile west and 1% mile south of Wesley. a2*tf FOR SALE: Stack of hay and some baled >hay. Call 519, McEnroe Bros., or 30F21. 7* FOR SALE: 2 room house 12x20. Possession March 1. Joe Hei- derscheidt at Burt. 2% miles east and 1% south. 7* FOR SALE: Allis-Chalmers 2-16 in. heavy duty tractor plow; also Mc-D. 2-14 in. tractor plow. Both A-l. A. J. Hovey, Lone Rock. 7* FOR SALE: '38 Ford. Good tires. A. Danielsen, Algona. 7* FOR SALE: Hereford bulls. JJligible to register; also our herd bull. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 7-8* FOR SALE: Sorrel gelding, wt. 1800 Ibs. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. 6 miles N. E, 7* FOR SALE: I. H. C. hayloader, Two unit De Laval milker. Both like new. Robert Corderman, Fenton. 7* 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: Married man on farm. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, Iowa. 3-tf WANTED: • Woman for general •house work, part time. Phone 152-W, Algona. 7tf WANTED TO BUY: Dress print feed sacks. Will pay 25c each. Phone 172-J. -"7 WANTED: Girl for general house work. Mrs. Alfred Grill, Phone 28^-F3, Algona. 7-8* WANTED: 2 or 3 room apartment or small house, furnished or unfurnished, by March 1. Phone 554-J. 7* WANTED: Married man on farm. Can use middle age or older man. House, lights, meat, etc., furnished. G. A. Roland, Algona. 7* WANTED: Pre-war cabinet sink. Phone 3159, Wesley. 7* WANTED: Girl for filing and inventory work. Not a bookkeeping or typing • position. No experience necessary. Kent Motor Co., Phone 434, Algona. 7 WANTBJD: Nice clean wiping rags, 6c per Ib. Dau Garage. 7 WANTED: Lady for general house work. Permanent. Best wages. Write or call Hancock County Home, Garner. 7-10 SEE ME FOR fteftl fidflfiihff it fawns, loflfts, tfrainate sufveyift and estimates 6ft tile.— Phil j. Kohihftfis, pheiie 2S, Al86hfl. IWLAID LfNfOLSUM, iih6W&U ( tile, laid by experts, custom wdfk. Cowan, Building Supply Co., phone 276, Algohs. 16-3*8tf -ftlBSONS: All kinds of typewriter and adding machine rlbbbns. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. 6tf ALL DISPLAY advertising copy must be in the hands of our printers by -Wednesday noon to insure publication in the paper the followingJTHursday. The Algona Upper Des Molnes. 2-tf IP YOU NEEtJ rubber Stamps foi any purposevyou can order thenr, at The Algona Upper De.s Moinos, 40c and up. 13»tf PLACE. YOUR ORDERS now for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. Sargent & Co., Phone 360, Algona. 4-tf SARGENT'S FEEDS. A complete line of poultry and hog feeds ^ White's Market. 7r-8 WE PAY CASH for Briggs & Stratton engines, washing machines, refrigerators -and radios. Algona Maytag Store. • 7 I SINCERELY THANKt all my customers for their loyal support during the time of my management of the Kouba Food Market at Wesley and wish to -extend my best wishes 'to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson who are my successors. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, Wesley, Iowa. ' 7 EARL MAY'S Garden Seeds have arrived. Poultry), netting - in stock. Buy your Sargent and Nu- trena Feeds, also Salsbury's Poultry Remedies at the Nealy Hardware, Burt. 7-10* HENRY FIELD Field Seeds. We now have a good stock on hand at White's Market. . 7-8 RAWLEIGH ROUTE now open. " Real opportunity'•' for permanent, A profitable work. Start promptly. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAB-11-K, Freeport, 111. 7* DEBTS COLLECTED: Why wait Lost-Found STRAYED to my place one horse about two months ago. Owner can have same by paying for costs. Nick Weyderl, Bode. Phone 2601. 5-7 Miscellaneous WE HAVE .water tanks, hog troughs and pans, chicken nests, 'eeders, brooders, etc. Raesly Lumber Co., Phone 234. 6-0 TWO FRESH Do Nuts and cup of coffee, lOc at Consumers. 6-11 ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 'or 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-U SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free in- 'ormation on ceilings. Hoenk Moor Service, West of Court House. 36tf 'LOOK SANDING and Refinishing. 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