The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1945
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, ', «.,. M ,#II "">f^ tfV , i to, 4 The Algona tipper .vrttf «*&* iMr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher of Whittemore, visited relatives liere Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pert! and Margaret of Whittemore, spent last Wednesday evening at the homes of August and Elmer Pi- lohns. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs Carl Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher attended a birthday party in honor of Frank Schallin at his home Tuesday evening. Darlen Lusmann, who had spent a week's vacation at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Paul Jurges of Farnhamville, came home last week. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lusmann, brought her Tuesday. Several from this community attended the funeral of Dick Buss, Algona, Monday afternoon at the First Lutheran ehurch* Algofta. Mr. Buss formerly lived In this community on the farm now oper* ated by his son William. Spending Furlough Pvt. Alvln Larson, stationed at Norfolk, Va., is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Art Larson. Also visiting at the Larsons is their daughter, Mrs. Bety Hoenck, and her daughter Bonnie, of Armstrong. Complete Bookkeeping Course. Miss Opal Works is spending a few weeks at home with her parents the Harley Works. She rei cently completed a course of bookkeeping at the Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., and will seek employment soon. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Treat were Friday and Saturday visitors ATTENTION FARMERS To save one month of pullet raising-time, START NOW and keep Pink of Perfection 32% Concentrate before your pullets. Get ready for good pay from your pullet flock later on, « FEED PINK OF PERFECTION NORTHERN IOWA'S AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA'S LEADING FEED • ' .. ' LANESBORO PRODUCE AND HATCHERY COMPANY Now Under New Management • Raymond H. Galbraith, formerly of Chicago, is the new manager of the West End Pool Hall. , _, COME IN AND 4, GET ACQUAINTED West End Pool Hall Chances Are You " Won't Get New Tires for i a Lony Time to Cotne! HERE ARE THE FACTS: It is true that more new tires are being allocated but only most essential "B" and "0" card holders are getting them. "A" card holders are not eligible. You can keep your car rolling by recapping your tires now the Firestone way. Get FACTORY- METHOD RECAPPING 6 70 ^_^ 6.00-16 Other SIz«s Proportionately Low Firestone recapping, alone, gives your tires the famous DeLuie Champion Gear-Grig Tread for extra safety, extra traction and longer mileage. We Loan You Tires While We Recap Yours This Service is Now Available in Ow HUXTABLE FIRESTONE iTORl The Floyd Treat family were Sunday visitors with relatives at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Nels Olsort, of Forest City, visited last week at home of her Sort, L. 15. HansbJi. Miss Katherine Ohepentrog, Dunnell, Minn.t Is a visitor at the Florence Erickson home. Carol Nelson of fisthervllle, vis* ited last Week with her grandparents the E. E. Burggrens. ' Floyd Gable, R. M. 2-c is home on leave from Pacific duty. His parents are the Martin Gables. Mrs. Alfred Linke and two children of Davenport, visited Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Anrew Berg. Mrs. William Grace and two hildren of Ames, returned home Tuesday after a visit here with her arents the O. L. Thorsons. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagle and amily, of Gukeen, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the home of Irs. Nagle's brother Francis Toine. Miss Lucille Berg recently completed a course in radio at the Jniversity of Minnesota and now s employed at 'Wright Field, Dayon, Ohio. Rev. and Mrs. Everett Bexell and their son Luther, of Andover, 111.,.visited last week at the home of Rev. Bexell's parents, the Robert Bexells. Carol Landine, of Omaha, Nebr., who is spending the summer at the home of her sister Mrs. Chester Farrlngton, visited last week at the Andrew Berg home. Mrs. Anton Anderson and her son George, of Chicago, 111., came last week for several weeks stay at the home of her parents the Ed Fosgrens. Mrs. Anderson's husband is a marine in the Pacific. Walter Peterson, Jr., from the U. S. N. T. S. at Great Lakes, 'Ill- came Thursday. He was called hefe by the death 6f his mother Mrs. Marie Petefsbn, and remained here until StMda? With his wife and small son. Mf. and 'Mrs. Vlfgii Juften eh* tertained a large number.of Ma* lives at Sunday dinner* They were Mrs. Alma Jacobson, her son Albert and daughter Florence^ of Wlnnebago, Minn.: Mf, and Mrs. Sam Faugestj Mr, and Mrs. Charles Faugest, Mr. and Mrs Claude Faugest, East Chain; Mr. and Mrs. William Kruesehur and their son Howard, of St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Harland Ward and her daughter Jo Dianne, 61 Minneapolis, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jerison. < ily andl the J. H, honoring daughter visiting rejatj few weeks. J to leave, for jworwigaie, IN/ 'LI., Monday, Wfeslbht at tti« dinftej were Mr. and Mfs, P. H. Jfinseh and Mrs. Christens Jensen, of Fehton. Melle planned M, •»., WH^WWv^V*** **• • t*i*+iwwv*wwv LAKOTA NEWS MiftH-f Is ViSiHfigJlw (pslrjfnfci, Mft (ttd Mfi. Ji Aj fiafget. He* hti9' band 1$ ift jefvifte. <• , Mrs. ftat&fcet KieftitZ 6Jtj5BCtS «se 80ft Sidney, WHO Id 1ft service H Europe, home 6ft furlough soon. H«tts new in Mew York cfty. Ed fitulterstrom, Baraboo, Wls., Was & Visitor at the'* 1 . 6, fwlfte SENECA NEWS Visit in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs.' Clarence Petersen and children accompanied by Mrs. Emma Petersen and by Mr. and Mrs. George Petersen, of Alberta, Minn., drove to Fort Dodge Sunday . where they .visited at the Fred Johnson and Floyd Petersen homes. Mrs. Fred Johnson and daughter Karen returned home with them. They plan to stay until Sunday. The George Petersens, of Alberta, Minn., recently returned from California where they have been employed. George is, Emma Peterson's brother-in-law. Mrs. Otto'Wilberg and Mrs. C O. Bailey will be hostesses to the Seneca Ladies Aid at the former's home Thursday afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen gave a birthday dinner for their daughter Lois Sunday.'Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson and Velma and Mr. and Mrs. Ern est Jacobson and family, of Ring sted. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs. Melvin Madsen and fam IKJocks Have Son. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke at , their home 'hursday. The Klockes how have our boys. Receive Son's Address. Mr. and Mrs, Lbren Thompson received the f dllowlng address. 01 .heir son, who recently left for service: Pvt. Everett L. Thompson 37802076, A. S. F. T. C., Co. B, 9th Tng. Bn. B. T. S., Fort Lewis Wash. iPvt. Henry Eggerth, who eft for service at the same time ,s stationed at 'Fort 'Lewis, too Everett and Heiry were near neighbors near Lakota before the Eggerths moved to the Swea City neighborhood. The Peter Bruners, Mrs. Esthe Nitz and Anna Baumann wer Mason City shoppers July 9. Postmaster Walter Leslie and two daughters left Sunday, for a fishing trip hi northern Minnesota. W. D. Ley spent several, days last week at JDes Moiries, Peoria, 111., and Rock Island, 111., on business. It Will Pay You In 1945 To Cooperate With Wesley Farmers Creamery Co. Wesley, Iowa A Good Cream Market — Manufacturers of High Grade Butter. It is hard to believe that those who founded The Wesley Farmers Creamery Co. years ago, even in the rarest moments of imagination pictured a more progressive creamery than they have today. The community is justly proud of this institution which is known all over this territory for its_ superior products. The farmers who patronize and supply this creamery do their, own ruling. The Wesley Farmers Creamery has constantly grown. Each year they have show,n, '.under the management of competent business men, growth in patrons. Each year their volume has increased constantly, giving the farmers good prices and sup- 1 plying eood service. The success of the creamery is not only due to the directors, officers and the management, but to its many patrons who are helping its growth. They have been able to pay the farmers more per pound for their blitterfat than .if there-were no co-operative creamery in this community. This creamery's brand of butter is conceded to be close to perfection of the creamery manufacturer's art. The farmers are well satisfied with the top-notch prices they receive here. irswti JinliOer *«ftf, fl«« r » wlls hotter-, titWM'tifiLfo fto.WMK in TOfiiUMb came July 10 tef a visit. With he* -moihef MrS. Mary Zdlief, and othe* rel* atlves. '• i •'' ife.ifid Mrs, Tdny Schape* returned hbffle-rweiitly and aw ft<*W Settled in their home, Mw, Schape* i&tffi btlfelUi W6ft6ft'8 *^tlft't'fl| jGCb WOllfc H"** ow*i»*- « r —- «*»>J*3fL_laJu III S-0-R-R-Y ALWAYS A GOOD MARKET Johnson Produce Co. Phone 21R2 Swea City Cash Buyers of Poultry, Eggs, Cream, Hides, Wool, Feeds One of the most important firms to the farmers of the community is the Johnson Produce Co., located at Swea City. Their prices are always the best that can be obtained in any market, and they are so close at hand that it does not necessitate shipping market prices and other quotations. This firm has always assisted materially in the growth of the community as a trade center. Here the farmer is assured of the highest market price for poultry, and they therefore conduct a business that is of high commercial value to the public. Remember that were the farmers of this community compelled to ship their products elsewhere, they would fall short of getting the prices paid by the Johnson Produce Co. The raising of poultry is a prominent feature in farming and proves a paying sideline in all cases. Dealings with them .are always courteous and accommodating — their one idea in mind is to give all their customers and friends a satisfactory service. They have years of expereince in handling produce and are competent in business judgment. When you deal with them, you can rest assured of getting full weights and measures at the very , best prices. Continue to trade at the Johnson Produce Co., and be a satisfied customer. For Better Service Consult Northern Lumber Compahj 53 Years, of Service In SWEA CITY, IOWA Building Material — Wire — Lumber — Paint — Doors — Posts — Fence — Builders' Hardware — Coal — Portable Hog Houses — HOUSES BUILT FOB, YOU At Savings — No Waste Material This firm enjoys a most enviable reputation by virtue of years of honest business dealings with the people. Their dealings are as substantial as the materials they sell. • -They know that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement they can have and haveibuilt their business around thisrmethod. They are ever striving to please and secure for their customer's the best that can be had In lumber and supplies. They are able, to buy in such quantities that they can supply you at very reasonable prices. - They maintain a service department whereby they not only help you with your plans but will give the exact cost of materials, needed in your plans. They are able to furnish any desired information pertaining to the construction. This service is free and can ce obtained upon request. New materials -are constantly being placed upon the market and this depwt- ment will gladly give you information about them. We are glad to refer you to the Northern Lumber company and assure you that you will find high quality, fair prices and courteous and efficient service always. Burt Cooperative Creamery Phone 49 Burt, Iowa Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter Karl P. Anderson, Mgr., Herman Sonderberg, Pres., Leonard Dittmer, V. Pres., Henry Smith, Sec. The Burt Cooperative Creamery is one of those fine concerns we enjoy telling about. They have had a very important part in the development of Burt into such a fine trading town. There is no substitute in the long run for a home concern owned and operated by those who know you, and the community in which you live. If you stand at all, stand by those that through years have made possible for you and yours the heritage you enjoy today. They have worked and planned and strived to build for you the best in market facilities. Specify their butter when making a purchase and be assured of the best. A place where you can market your cream and be assured of getting the highest price possible. • The Burt Cooperative Creamery day after day has striven to serve you. Not necessarily at a profit but to serve you well and it pleases them perhaps as much as you when the market warrants a rise in the price of butterfat. We cannot recommend ana urge you too strongly to patronize this wonderful home owned concern. Dollars spent at home remain at home, and will some time come back to you. Don't let them leave. They won't come back again. WE HAVE NO NEW AUTOS FOB SALE! . V-E . Day started a lot of "new car" talk-r-but it will be many months, perhaps a year or more, before new cars will be obtain^ able by the general public. It will take a'lot of time for factories to get' into production, and the early cars probably will be rationed to essential users. v \ ' . MORAL: Continue to take care of your present car—up<to the very day when you finally get your long-awaited new car. BRING iN YOUR CAR REGULARLY FOR SERVICE THAT SAVES KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Chevrolet Sales & Service Phone 200 N. Dodge Starting Wednesday, July If to August 1st ~; »* s. \ '» I j Hats, I Slacks, Jackets, Sweatees |; | "./_ (Note) The iquantitiei on *a| e H v I aTTnot large, but definitely worth your while. Reductions in | | some cases are as much as 50 per cent. Serve yourself when- | S ever possible. COAST-TO-COAST STORE JULY CLEARANCE Budget Estimate and Record of Filing COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, wm meet August 4th, 1945, at 9:00 A, M., at Court House, Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of ex. penditures for the fiscal y-beginmngnuy ^46. 1 2 Expenditures for Year S .8 TIRE RELINERS 600x16, 550x17, at $1.98 TRACTOR SPINNERS 79c _ MOTOR OIL SAE 80 2 Gal. for 78c FLY NETS 72-in, long $1.98 each " BIKE TIRES 26-2135 1,79 BIKE TUBES, 98c ELEC, FENCERS / 6-Tolt 9,95 for life FUNDS II General $103,690 Court Expensej 1,758 Poor 37,299 State Institution County Insane 1 County School- Soldiers' Relief Bovine Tuberculosis .... Emergency Bangs Disease- Fair Grounds & 4-H Club A. Const. Vis mill (4644.06).. B. Const. C."Mainfi 2 mills (4644.11) 102,186 187,750 D. Maint. 5 mills (4644.11) E. Optional % 12,171 2,626 2,070 20,000 1,039 2,796 faS $104,230 2,352 26,327 23,551 11,000 15,035 1,892 13,347 30,000 1,259 o £•$• fila 108,000 3,650 126,050 111,000 28,000 16,500 5,000 16,000 2,800 I^s ^5-S $37,800 $ 70,200 FLASH LIGHT BATTERIES 600x16 TIRES, $13.95 • f . Grade I 600x16 TUBES, $2.95 2 Drawers Unfinished Chest, $16.95 " While tve hare them Pressure Gun Grease Amber 10-lb. Pails CAR BATTERIES G«ar. 21 mos. s $5.95 ex. 2-Burner Electric Hot Plate Only 84 left 10,95 1 Plate, 435 " SEAT COVERS to fit all sfce cars, Coaches a»a Seflans , Car BuMer Mats, front ana 2 for , 5,850 8,000 41,000 3,750 5JOOO 5,000 6,750 41,000 1,500 15,050 5,000 5.000 XiS*O40 ••••••••••••»«TPV^*«^| • " " T «T»|-»T T T^«T-— Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed 5,000 .5,000 324,000 ic. in Above 383,000 100,000 lac, in Above 27,000 / $1,214,300'$613,550 ' $5.24. 850 none 6,500 nope 11,000 850 1,250 none 1,250 5,000 B BATTERIES 45«Tolt, Howry Duty 80,000 t 26,000. 8,000 90,000 185,000 27,000 $150,850 $449,900 HAY SUNGS 8 Hope $ S * M n«*« 111 0UTr,,rWi?*W* CSf fcfW*"' rtment wWle you we in our store. 10 to 20 pei cent Discount oh owr eii tire itoekt; ; , . . , _ ^HAYFORKS BABY CAR SEATS 1.98 BARN PAINT 5 gallon lots $1.39 Gal. METAL FLY BASKETS 29c TIRE PUMPS 2.49 525x18 TIRES Grade L Just received 12,45 , FLY NfeTS, 3,98 66 tosnes, all leather !•'.» ••*• ]«•» j ]•*• .<•* rv ?4' \» t*' u BOND BOXES L '/Jaftii

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