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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1945
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Swea City Gunner and Radioman Awarded Oak Leaf Cluster Swea City: An Eighth Air Force Bomber Station in England reports that Sgt. Warren A. Stones, 24, of Swea operator and gunner City, on a radio B-27 Flying Fortress, has been awarded an Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal at this air base in England. The presentation Was made by his group commander, Lt. Col. Wm. J. Wrigglesworth, of Eau Clair, Wisconsin. Sgt. Brones, a son of Miy and Mrs. Jay W. Brones, of Swea City, received his junior wings in Feb'• ruary, of 1944, at Yuma, Arizona. The official citation read: "For • meritorious achievement while •" participating in heavy bombardment missions in the air offensive against the enemy over continental, • Europe. The courage, coolness and skill displayed by Sgt. Brones •• upon those occasions reflect great credit upon himself and the armed forces of the United States." ty.> It was reported that 25 Ibs. or carpet rags had been sent to the Veterans' Hospital at KnoX- ville^ It Was voted to give $5.00 to the Red Cross. A reading was given toy Mrs. Laage. The sewing circle of the Auxiliary will meet Friday, March 23, at the Mrs. Earl Dean home. Guests were the Mesdarhes O. J* Ranney, Arlo Raii- ney and J. A. Schwartz and Ruth Dreyer. Legion Auxiliary, Fenton, Met With Mrs. Laage Friday Fenton: The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laage on Friday afternoon. Roll call was "What I can do for the betterment of the communi- Only One Rural School Director Elected In Union; Six Hold Over Union. Of the seven school districts in this township which held elections Monday, one of the present directors was re-elected while one district elected a new member and the other five were holdovers. In district No. 1 there were but 3 votes cast and Kenneth Strayer was re-elected. In No. 2 Louis Scott, No 3 Ed Hacfcbarth, No. 4 James Shipler, No. 5 Roy Sarchet, No. 6 Homer Dodds were all holdovers while in No 7 Harley Troutman was elected to succeed Herbert Haas. Sgt, Donald Leigh, Irvington, Fail* to Find France Sunny Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh received an interestini letter from their son Sgt. Donald Leigh just recently. He Is with the 170th General Hospital unit and is still located somewhere in France.. Donald stated that the farmers were getting ifi'-theif crops and in their plowing they used three horses, one ahead and then the two following behind, and they were also Using walking plows. The grass and shrubbery had remained green all winter but it had been cloudy and rainy and he had not come in contact with "sunny France." Of Zola Mae flatten WhtJ passed Wffa* fflrli this rttonth. and pl&lsaAt faee , AM ft pielstoe to J-etall, had A kindly w&rd for KABRINOtON Beef Went Up Bill Henry of near Pleasantville had quite a problem on his hands one day when he found his bull in the haymow. After building a runway of baled hay and with some' considerable persuasion the animal descended to terra flrma. HIGHWAY BREEZES WON'T COOL YOU OFF THIS SUMMER Burt School Faculty Entertains Board Burt: The school faculty entertained the members of the school board and wives and a husband Ff Ida? ... house. Tfte board .had purchased a new rftovlfc fo? the school a spent with thes6 pfeturis, lunch was served to the •'" room later. The following 0 „ were present: Mr, and Mrs. Jalflfes Chrlstens*n, Mr, and Mrs. B. P Fredertcksonj Mr. 6nd Mrs. Oliver 3raham, Mr. and 'Mrs, Lahce Riebhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hie- del, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thome* — Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham Graham is custodian. Mr, son Mr. . . and Mrs. Herman Rachut We're unable to attend due to .Illness. Robins a Sure Sign of Spring at Sexton Sexton: Spring must indeed be here for Grandma Wise "reports seeing three robins ih front of her home oh Sunday. And it is a welcome sign to everyone for the pring fever has gotten into so many, with: many plans 'for early gardens. So welcome to the north, robins. • •••• Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 26c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 80 per word; when charged, So per word. NX> ag- ents' commission allowed. II advertising agents charge their clients 8c and send fcash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. binihg w»»-Lf'._-^. Breakfast st&BTSte ftrtd Washer*.,,.,,^ B,tU8fttOWS FtJRNnftJRE SEE ME FOR Real fiafgains 1A terms, loans, drainage Surveying and estimates oh tile. —Phil I Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algbfta. jUtf 1N L A1B LINOLEUM* Ilnbwall, tile, laid by experts. " ; work. Cowan Building Co., phone 275, Algona. Custom Su TYPEWRITER RIBBONS: All kinds of typewriter and adding machine ribbons. The' Algona Upper Des Moines, AlgWha. 6ti and ..._„„_. ., me with earth,,, flowers aUd flthL Was to the H6spitar i you, Edw; Arend, hey were Thank i 11* Card of . * 6 take this method of thanking our neighbors and ALL DISPLAY advertising copy , must be ih .the hands of otit printers by Wednesday noon to nsure publication iri the paper the following Thursday, The Al" ona Upper Des Molnes, ' 2»tf IF YOU NEED rufeber stamps fot any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines: • . of sympathy ih our bereavement. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. Mr, and Mrs. And died 'beloved toy Some day we hope td meet .Heft' Seme day we know" nt>t when, ' , To clasp her, hand In the better •land, Never to part agaihi, 'Sadly missed by mother and .brother, Wilma and Jackie Dacken. ., 11 Oc 13-tl PLACE YOUR ORDERS now for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply imlted. Sargent & Co., Phorie 60, Algona. 4-tf For Sale Here's How to Make Your Home Cooler Keep out as much as 80J6 of the heat which invades uninsulated attics. Save plenty on your fuel bill next winter, coo. INSULATE WITH KIMSUL NOW FOR SALE: One John Deere JP tractor. One 10-20 McOormick- Deering. 10 brood sows. Harley E. Hanson, Algona, 4 mi. south Sexiton and 1 west. 11* FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorn bulls, serviceable age. Purebred Poland China gilts, April farrow. Aaron Steussy, LuVerne. 10-11* FOR SALE: Marion Mike Loss, Algona. seed oats For Rent FOR RENT: 2 heated office room in Algona. Write Box 229; Em metsburg. 11-12 FOR SALE: One desk blotter holder. $1.65. Algona Upper Des Mones. 11 No tpKial lean or experience required lo do the |ob , AAOKU^ Be Ready for Fuel Rationing Next Winter Gives lasting satisfaaion. Don't wait; Order now. We have stocks on hand for immediate delivery. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona KIMSUL Pays For Itself in Fuel Saved Mayor's Proclamation I, Frank Kohlhaas, mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, do hereby notify the qualified electors of the said City of Algona, that the regular biennial municipal election of the said City of Algona will be held on Monday, March 26, 1945. The officers to be elected are as follows: Mayor, Treasurer, Assessor, and six councilman, as follows: A councilman from the 1st Ward, a Councilman from the Second Ward, a Councilman from the Third Ward, a Councilman from the 4th Ward, and .two I!ouncilmen-at-Large and a Park Commissioner for a six-year term. Polling places will be as follows: 1st Ward, Legion Hall (upstairs); 2nd Ward, High School; 3rd Ward, Third Ward School; 4th Ward, City Hall. Polls will be open from 8 a. m. to S p. m. Govern yourselves accordingly. Frank Kohlhaas Mayor. FOR SALE: 1 Universal Multi- column book, size 10%x8%. 150 pages. $1.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. » 11* FOR SALE: Yearling Milking Shorthorn bulls. Two saddle horses, 5 and 10 years old. 12 bred ewes, ready to lamb. Wm. Fritz, 7 miles north Wesley. 11* FOR SALE: Good McCormick- Deering corn planter, 100 rods of wire. Call 23F12, Algona. 11* FOR SALE: Tank truck «pump and meter with new Lawson engine. Kossuth Oil Co. 11-12* Lost-Found STRAYED to my place: Seven horses week ago. Owner can have same by paying for ad anc damage done to corn. Walte Muhle, LuVerne. • • Wanted WANTED: Welder and Farm Implement Mechanic. Top wages Nevill Brothers Implement Co. o Estherville or Armstrong, Iowa 11-13 WANTED: Turkey gobbler. Joe Henry, Phone 6F23, Algona all* WANTED: Second cook. Algona Hotel. FOR SALE: John Deere 999 corn planter, in good shape. Truck wagon with good flare box. Ed Arend, 3 miles south and % mile west of Sexton. all* FOR SALE: 10-foot John Deere power binder in good shape. Carol Hutchins. 11* FOR SALE: Chevrolet, kota. Master Alfred DeLuxe '37 Christ, La- 11* FOR SALE: Baled hay and straw. Ernest Christ, Lakota. 11* FOR SALE: Soybean hay, reasonable price. Chas. Wagner, 132 Putman St., Algona. . 11* HYBRID SEED CORN State certified Hybrid No| 4316 $5.00 to $6.50 per bu. No corn better for machine picking,- or yielding ability on good soils. Early variety. Iowa 306. 'This Hybrid is also called the Improved 939,is a top yielder but a little later in maturity than the 4316. $4.00 to $5.50 per bu. M. A. Sorlein 2 miles north of Bode 11-14* WANT TO RENT modern house by April 1st. Call 459-J. 11-12 WAITRESS WANTED: Salary;$20 per week, including room and board or transportation. Cook's Cafe, Phone 538. ' WANTED: Hotel. .. Dishwasher. Algona 11 WANTED: Girl for general Housework in home oil heated, kitchen all electric. Only two in family. No entertaining. Good wages. Call at Upper Des Moines office or write. ; . i SHEEP SHEARING: Carl Wiener; Burt. Phone 173. 11-13* 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. lOtf WANTED: Single man for farm work, experienced. Good wages. Carson Simpson, Wesley. alO-11* Miscellaneous TWO FRESH Doughnuts and cup of coffee, lOc at Consumers. 6-11 FOR SALE: Stack baled straw. . Clarence Swedin, 1 mile east, 3/ ( mile south Sexton. 11* FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa, hay. Also RCA Victor console radio. Philip Arndorfer, Algona. 11* FOR SALE: Two '36 Chevrolet town sedans. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 11 FOR SALE: '35 Dodge sedan, 2- door with trunk. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 11 ADDING MACHINE RoUs for sale •at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34_u SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 36ti FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-8tf '»»»»»»»««»»»»««»»+»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»* Wall-Paper Reflects Cheerfulness - - - Your home will look twice as lovely this spring if you repaper your favorite rooms with our fine wallpaper. Choose from many tasteful patterns and attractive colors—all of the highest quality, yet the low cost of the entire job will surprise you, Estimates with no obligation. Cowan Building Supply Co. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 275 FOR SALE: '34 Plymouth sedan. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 11 FOR SALE: 4 year old sorrel mare, light mane and tail. Wt. 1600. A. J. Dittmer, Burt. 11* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. i-u ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Chore Boy, Clean Easy and George Pipeline milking machines; Iowa Cr^am Separators, electric and hand turn; water heaters; % and Y4 h. p. electric motors. Authorized • Maytag and Frigidaire dealer. We service all makes of washing machines and have wringer 'rolls for all makes. Used: Heater, cream separator, Maytag and Brlggs & Stratton. engines. Algona Maytag Store. 11 SEE ME for tankage, Sargent feeds, heavy barbed wire, woven wire, steel "posts, and creosoted poles. Irvington Co-operative Co., Irvington. all-12* OPPORTUNITY! Men capable of earning $50 per week or better will be interested in manager trainee positions opening in A & P Food Stores. Vacations, group insurance, low cost hospitaliza- .2. STOKERS Snuller • stie Green Colonial •token may bff •reliable later Ihle T««T. The demand k already heaTy, 10 we auggeit placing your order NOW. Gas — Oil Furnaces Green Colonial Gail-Fired and Oil-Fired Furnaces will probably be available in limited number* in 1945. We know the demand wilt be heary. To insure early installation, when restrictions are ofl, place your order NOW. Laing & Muckey Phone 464' "•'': N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa - GREEnCOLOniRL FURflflCE SERVICE CLOSING OUf LIVESTOCK SALE Due to the shortage of help, I am forced to sell my entire herd of livestock on my farm located 1 mile west, i mile south, and % mile west of Thor; 9 miles west, 1 mile north, and % mile west of Eagle Grove; or 6 miles east, 3 miles south, and % mile east of Humboldt, Wednesday, March 21 Beginning at 1:00 P-M. Yocum Lunch Wagon on Grounds 193 » Head of Livestock -193 42-4«ead of Cattle—42 36 HEAD OF HOtSTEIN CATTLE—19 Wgh grade Holsteln Cows including some recently fresh and 8 heavy springers; 3 Springing. Heifers carrying first calf. (This Is a herd of young cows and are bred to good bulls of the Humboldt Breeding Ass'n, and they are in, high ...production now). 7 Yearling He ]£2^ *"".H«lftr.Calve«! 3 Heifer Calves, 3 to 6 weeks old. 6 FEEDER CALVES including Angus and Herefords, in good flesh, about 460 Ibs. ;i 130-^Head of Hpgs—130 (AH double immune for'cholera) 80 Brooft-Sows including 30 Durocs bred for.April farrow to pure bred Duroc boar; 9 Duroc cross-bred sows bred for April farrow to Duroc boar; 12 Spotted Poland sows bred to Chester White boar, due to farrow last of March arid April; 12 Chester White sows bred to Chester White boar, due to farrow last of March and April; 17 Poland China sows bred to Duroc boar, due to farrow latter part of May. This bunch of sows have good quality, weight from 300 to 400 Ibs. and have been fed to produce good litters. , 37 Fall Pigs ranging from 100 to 135 Ibs. 13 Winter Pigs; ..This is a good healthy herd of pigs. 21—Head of Sheep—21 21 Shropshire Ewes bred to pure bred buck, due to Iamb some time in April. 350 LAYING •TENS—Austra Whites and Leghorns. These chickens have been culled and wormed by W. E. Carson, Scranton, and are in high production now. HAY—10 tons of Alfalfa Hay. Some Millet and some Bean Hay. Machinery,, etc. I. H. C., 10 ft. Tractor Disc; 2 wheel, rubber tire Hay Rack, tractor hitch; 110 gal. Gas Barrel; practically new. 70 gal. Hog Waterer with lamps; Superior Hydraulic Manure Loader and Hay Stacker mounted on 12-20 Twin City Tractor or can be mounted on any tractor; Clean-Easy Milking Machine. Buildings—Three 12x16 round roof Brooder Houses, new last spring. ..7x12 portable Hog House. TERMS: CASH; no property to ; be removed until settled for. LESTER JOHNSON, Proprietor Ed Anderson and Jean Cleve, Auctioneers Humboldt Trust & Savings Bank, Clerk »ms LOWE B"k. Bidi, W. B, QUARTON H, W, MMiL»» .* A? LAW awyef Bunding • Phone 42? iOWA > Office Jri ATTOfttffiJ*S At LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1638) t>otiald C. Hutchlsdn Theodore C. Hutchison ' Security State Bank Building Phone 261 - Algttno, low* El. J. Van Kesg Allen A. Bfutuott. VAN NESS A BBUNSON , AlWRNBYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa, Gaylord D, Shumwav Sdw. D. Kelly /Harold F. Frlstedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 -» ALOONA, IOWA LINNAN « LYNCH ATTORNBYS AT LAW Mgona, Iowa Phone 2«1_ Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bidf. AIX3ONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL, ATTOrtNlDY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 .Algona, low*. fHYSICTANS ft SURGEONS • O. H. CBET/MEYEB, M. O. Phone 1 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MEX.VIN O. BOURNE Phone-Office 197 •' Res. 1B«. Across from F. S. Norton & Son DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 80k* KABL B. HOFFMAN X DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. . Phone 44 Res. Phone 11«OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Oflicer-^orchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent: , Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa , Phono 656 - Res., 17X FOR SALE: All modern 7 room house with bath. Close in. Price $2800. Inquire Margaret Rosenberger, 421 N. Phillips St., Algona. 11* FOR SALE: Seven column desk type Burroughs adding machine. A-l condition. 606 South Thorington, Algona. Phone 877-W, FOR SALE: Boone oats. Burt. 1000 bushels of Charles Patterson, 10-11» FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh,. Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf 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: 35 purebred Chester, White bred gilts. Will farrow in March and April. Extra good gilts from large litters. George Wolf, LuVerne. Corwith Phone 36F16. 5tf FOR SALE: 4 Roan Polled Shorthorn bulls of serviceable age, extra good. Otto Koppen, 1% mi. east, 1% mi. south of Lakota. IQrll FOR SALE: Baled prairie and alfalfa hay, George Wildio, Algona. 10-11* Independent Basket Ball Tournament WfflTTEMORE, IOWA Tuesday-Wednesday, March 20*21 Friday-Saturday, March 23-24 All games start M 7 p. m, Teams entered from Moorland, Spencer Ind., Spen* cey 7»Up, Rossie, Fenton, Des Moines Zephyr Coi* ••'**^^^M legians, Mallard, Emmetsburg, Woden and Whittemore. Admission 50? and 25c Including Sponsored fey \Vhittemore Athletic Club Men's Chore Coats Husky Denim Warmly Lined Boys' Corduroy Oyeralls And that meant you"geY'finer, fresher flavor in every cup you drink. You also enjoy jhe outstanding advantage* of: Superb Quality, Flavor-Saver!'Roasting, and a Blend to Suit Your Taste! Buy A&P Coffee! YOU GET RICHER FLAVOR! Deluxe Quality Blue or Brown Eight O'clock, 3, Ibs. 49c Mild and Mellow Red Clrcle.....,..8 Ibs. «c Rich and Full Bodied EMMETSBURO PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION \ Loans to Farmers and Stockmen*, with a sound basis for ieredit. ' Rate 4%% Part time .office, - Friday 1 tto~4k ' p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'm, Office Vz Block South of Council. Oak Store. Jane Parker— America's Largest Selling DONUTS Plata I ft* Dozen .............. IDC Sugared Dozen ...... A Lenten Favorite! Jane Parker Buns HOT CROSS 11 oz. pkg, I7c 9 I A _ JUG Sunnyfield Enriched, Dependable Floui": 25 lb, bag $1,03 SO lb. Bag , ,.$2,03 Enriched Flour 25 lb. bag PilUbury's .$|,27 Enriched Flour 50 lb. bag Gold Medal .$2.53 Nabisco Famous 12 oz. pkg, Shredded Wheat ||C Florida Fancy Select RIPE TOMATOES ..... ......... Texas New Green v CABBAGE ........ „ ..... w ....u.,...,2 lb«. Idaho Utility Riisget POTATOES •;„., ..... |0 lb. mesh Florida She 150 Valencia ORANGES "..;... ............. . .......... doz, Texas Size 99 Seedless . '. GRAPEFRUIT .......... ,"-10 for lb. carton, ^ m .- * 9c Typewriter Paper 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. * The Algona Upper Des Moines > Baby Foodi Llbby's »einflfeffll»*d „, -Tc HOUSD Fortified (114 V^WW Evaporated Milk Blue L»be| _ 5 jb. Jug Karo Syrup 20 Mule T?f® 16 <n, "BETIER QUAUTV" SERVWr HEADQUARTERS for Uad«-to-O*tt*r RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! PADS BAND STAMPS- $EAL* Brwd Wforte Kernel (90 pts. e»ch) JWy Bsttse Cleaiwer Farm**;

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