The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1945 · Page 10
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iSf*'<<»'«;Sf.iXiM L ; jfrf- 'ffi;: : fiyj~- xwjfi* .•'•''' '.. .- ! ''-'.- ''ffe v'.H;-?"a.?^ LOCALS Mrk J- B> Johnston raturiwt! Saturday from a: two wteeks visit with her daughters. In Des Moines she visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harisen and in Council Bluffs she was a guest of Mrs. Earl Murphy and Mrs. Barton and her granddaughter, Marie Carney, R. N. While away she saw the bus that •was wrecked near Oakland in which three were killed. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and two children Richard and Mary, left Tuesday for Reinbeck to visit until Saturday or Sunday with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. "W H. Weiler. Mrs. Weiler broke her arm about a month ago, but is recovering nicely. Mn and Mrs. V. I. Scharlach and two daughters Marilyn and Ann of Oklahoma City, are here for a two vteejlt's visit wttth the former's father C C. Scharlach and sister Geneva. Dorothy Dallcy arrived Tuesday from Long Beach, Calif., lor a three weeks visit with her father Tom Dailey. Lorraine Ticrncy of Des Moines was in Algona Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Robert Kain of DeKalb, and visited her aunt Mrs. P. W. Tobin. Mrs. C. R. Bennet and Mrs. H. B. White spent the week end at Okoboji with the W. A. Lorenzes and F. E. Kents. Mrs. F. F. Twogood accompanied them and was a guest of Mrs. W. D. Andrews. Mrs. A. F. Cooper and daughters Ruth and Alice of Bricelyn, Minn., spent Friday with the G. W. Hackneys who formerly lived in Bricelyn. Lt. Vivian Bakken called her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, Monday from Boston, Mass., after just fetufnlhtf"; frora sit* months overseas duty In Germany; Vivian has been to the afcfoy nufite corps for a year- ana expects to arrive home ill about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Moore and daughter came Monday and will visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Moore and other relatives until the last of the week. Lewis and his brother Harold own a hardware store in Rochelle, 111. P. A. McMillan of St. Paul has also been visiting the Moores, but will return to his home today. His wife was a sister of Mr. Moore. The James Moores and two daughters of Ruthven'spent Tuesday at the parental home here. Jim is manager of the^Ruthven creamery. ALGONA CHURCHES HOLD SERVICES (Continued from Page One) Mrs. Bueghly with Mrs. Leota Geigel accompanist sang the Lord's Prayer which was follosv- ed by a special sermon. The congregation stood while the Rev. Mr. Richardson read the 61 names on the church's service record. There were five casualties from the church and they are! William Turner, Kenneth Durant, Victor Fender, Irvin Behrends and Virgil Johnson. No Casualties at Trinity Sermon at Trinity Lutheran church was by.the pastor the Rev. Luther Loesch whose text was, "What Has God Wrought." There are 46 names on the church service roll and there'have been no casualties among them. One member, Lt. Gerald Steussy, was a prisoner of war. Services at the Methodist church were held Sunday morning at the regular Wf shift n6W:aftd;-..«*Mr adapted from a program .of Fed;* efal Council Of ChUfctteS of Christ. 190 lit SeKrtefe Serniofi subject by the Kev. Netson A. price was "Thy Kingdom C6me." Mrs. L. J. Reed with Ruth Ann clement iang a solo "Heart o! God." The church has 170 blue stars on the service flag and three gold ones represent the lives of Frank Schoby, Harold Dearchs and Robt. W. Thompson. The Rev. John Clyde, pastor 61 the Congregational church was on vacation and no special service was held there. There are 66 men from the congregation on the service roll and one, Carl Knudsen, died in service. From the Episcopal church 12 men are in service. There have been no casualties among them, and Sunday morning the congregation observed a service of Thanksgiving. St. Cecelia Has 178 At St. Cecelia's Catholic church there are 178 on the service roll and there are six gold stars for Rodney Gilbride, Harold Breen, Omer Kelly, Leo Aman and John Stebritz and Thomas Kohlhaas. Three morning masses were held in the church Wednesday, Aug. 15. Service women from the church include five nurses: Lieutenants Mary Kain, Mary Geraldine McEvoy, Mary Sloan, Ruth Payne Boyd,' Patricia Matern, all overseas; Evelyn Bode in Red Cross service in France and Mary Elizabeth Godden hospital dietician also overseas. The Open Bible church has six names on the service roll and 'no casualties, the Rev. R. D. Baker, pastor. There was no service at the Nazarene church because the pas- MiMtHMflHlHHIIdiiMlHWllllHIIIHIillHlllll^^ !ftr kilted! th& A&«» Marsh :, Wltn «re seryiuK' . *"= "-v-rrifj-c; . ; , ; PEACHES For Canning Box . $1.89 Bartlett Peais $2J9 NEW HOME GROWN CABBAGE JACK RABBIT SWEET POTATOES RED MALAGA GRAPES JUICE ORANGES Medium Size. 2 ib s 23c 2 IB*. 35c 2d« 2 39c Jack Sprat 15 oz. pkg. Bran Flakes ....... . ................ |2c Quaker Puffed Wheat Sparldes......(0c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes ................ . ......... 8 oz. Wheaties — . r ......................... |Qc ^1 qz. pks. Corn Flakes .... ............... ....— 9c Jack Sprat Cake Flour .................... 25c Heavy Wax Paper 25c Hormcl's Chili Con Carne 28C Mayflower Early ,No. 2 can June Peas ,....:. 2 c ans 2?C Mayflower , No. 2 cari Corn : 2 cans 23c 2 Quart Jar Kandy Corn 39 C Bag Pack Candy 25c Prlscilla Alden • 28 oz. jar Mince Meat .,..— ..-55c Mayflower • ' No. 2 can Tomatoes HILLS Ib. 29c Jack Sprat 46 oz. can Grapefruit Juice 33c Sweet Seedless Raisins 2 lbs - 25c Mason Quart Case of 12 Fruit Jjars --69c Walnut Meats i Ib. 3Qc J. S. Salad or Horse Radish . 8«4 oz. jar Mustard —9c Sani-Flush can |9c 3 ^r 21C Lava Soap, Ige .... Lifebuoy Soap Lux Toilet Soap , Plymouth Rock Gelatin pkg. I5c Germ-A Rid Liquid Ant Killer btle Liquid Floor Wax Wax-Rite : pint DARK SYRUP 51b. Jar 29c Swift's u A L L S W E E T _..... .! * 29c Salted SID E P 0 R K ,B. 19C Bulk Pickled PIG'S FEET ....: ,„. 19C U. S. Grade A ' _ ROUND STEAK lb . 39c Swift's, Decker's, Hormel's, Armours', or WUson's PURE LARD _ , Armour's VITAiOX % Beef Flavoring 4% oz. jar Z9C SPRING FRIES CHEESE FISH ?O Jack 0 Sprat but ifi mte. ar*"M •roll, ' tt. Geraldina Mo«6W FOR SALE: Registered ra*e horse mare, gentle and broke to drive. 2-F4, Algona. HetiTy Gellenfeld.br ' ' 34*. FOR SALE: 2-14 Little Genius McCormick - Deering tractor >low in good shape. 2 sets lathes >riced reasonable. Ed Arena", 3 ml. outh % west Sexton. ••>• a34 FOR SALE: McCormlck-Deering No. 10 Hammermill, ne.w hammers and In good condition and priced to sell. Also 75 ft; hammer- mill belt. Ed Arend, Algona. , - a34 FOR SALE: Used New, Home sewing machine, good condition. Fred Kluss, Fenton, phone. 34-15. 34 FOR SALE: Good^Jersey cows and heifers, fresh first part of Sept. Fred Kluss, phone 34-15, Fenton. 34 FOR SALE: 1% h. p. garden tractor with cultivator. $70. , Fay Mann, Hurt, phone 596. 34* Classified Ads LIFIED M*iS eats' wmmWaiett Atto^edV t* CLASSIFIED M*iSf eats' Minimum charge sSo W 12 fc a words of lew. When paid with, th'eif client* 4c ,aM Send cash order,, 36 pef word} wneft/ with ordef the? receive lo charged, 4c per word, N$'&«» commission, Blind ads 25c. For Said 'OR SALE: Model B John Deere tractor, A-l condition, good rubber and lights. Nortoert Hilbert, Wesley. , < 34* 'ARM FOR SALE: One of the best 80's in St. Joe neighborhood. All level, tiled Jand." Call at his office. , 31-34 FOR SALE: 1940 Plymouth. Below ceiling. Call at Upper Des Moines. '•" " 34* FOR SALE: 1935 V-8 4-door, good running condition. Ceiling price. Harold Bentele, 'Swea City. J34-35* FOR SALE: Modern bungalow, 5 rooms and bath, close in, fine .ocation, inside redecorated. $6500. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. ' ' : :,"34 FOR SALE: 320 A., well-tiled, good fence. Inquire. Jim Sheri^ dan, Bancroft. "" 34-36* FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blownvin." Ixpert inspection, estimating serv ce. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation' 'installed. For estimate ^eaneagh, Phone 767, ng Wormhoudt Home Insulation rOR SALE: 4 wheel rubber tired farm wagons. Huxtable's Fire- itone Store. • 23tf NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth County,. ss. Ifi District Court, • No. '5343. .•;••'"'• TO ALL WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN: ' "'•;-• &'•••• YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of .writing purporting to be the last'.Will and Testament of George' H Breen,. P.eceased,. dated t Jurie 6 ; L941, having been this day'filed, opened .and read, Wednesday the jih day of September, 1945, is fix- id for hearlrjg 1 proof erf same -fit ;he Court House in Algona, Iowa; : sefore the,.District"Court of. saicj. County, or the Clerk of said Court; and it ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 21, 1945. (SEAL) • HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy, LINNAN & LYNCH, Attorneys, Algona, Iowa. 34 CALIF. ELBERTA PEACHES, $1.59 crate. Consumers. 34 SALE: Teriaht house 12x20. s "Mile.east, 4 miles north Sextori> Jerome Hawkins farm. , 34* FOR SALEr Gladioli blooms by • dozen or made in/sprays, corsages or' basket arrangements for all occasions. Will deliver to hospitals, churches or. funeral homes. Also. place open orders for your glad bulbs while you can see the different varieties in bloom. Schlmmel Gardens, phone 149-J, four blocks west of Kossuth County Hospital. 32-35 FOR SALE: Farmall F-20 tractor on rubber, lights, high gear. Cultivator. Charles Froehlich. Phone 2140. Wesley. 34* Hew Meases, Nefidisr,. ill buMS.^K6s»Uth Radio & EieeW ' 1*0 1 NLA 10 L1N6LMUM, tile, laid by experts/ Custdfti work. Cbwan Building .Supply 1 Co., phone 275, Algofla, 16-3-8tf SJBE MB FOE Heat Bargains in - farms, loans, drainageAurteyiftg aftd estimates on tlle.^PWl; J Xohlhaas, phohe 22, Algona, 1-U SELL your late model ear to. us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. ;Hoenfc Mater Service, West of Court Heiise. 38tf Mail orders wanted for Mdndgifani- mlng of all kinds. Machine but-« ton 'holes. Covered buttons. .Hemstitching. Prompt 'service. Mar- jorle's Shoppe, Elmore, Minn, , 31-35$ A NAVY RECRUITER will be at the post office every Friday af ternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock 32-35* FOR SALE: One 1 new 2-h. p. single phase electric motor. O. H. Linde, Swea City. 34* FOR SALE: 1200 watt Windcharg- ' er and accessories. A. G. Volen- tlne, 3 miles north, 1 west, Burt. 34-35* Wanted WANTED for companion: Woman or girl, very little work, stay for room and board. Mrs. Ethe) Stoeber, Fenton. \ 34 WANTED TO BUY,: New or Used grass seed attachment for Md7, Cormick-Deering endgate seeder; A.,M. Genrich, LuVerne. /34 WANTED: Clean wiping rag's'; 6c Ib. Dau Garage. 34 WANTED. Poultry house workers and chicken Dickers. Our experienced chicken pickers can make over $1.00 per hour. Trailer houses are available. Lanesboro Produce and Hatchery Co., Wells, Minn. 34 FOR SALE: "W. C." Allis Chalmers with cultivator. Ralph Walker, Whittemore. a34 WANTED: 160 or 200 A. farm. David McGregor, Burt. Phone 9 on 93. Full line of power machinery, v • 32-35* WANTED: Full time porter. .Algona Hotel. 33-34 WANTED: Married man to work on farm. Good tenant house'. Top wages. Inquire at Upper Des Moines office. 34* WANTED: A girl who is able to do .typing and take shorthand for permanent position in Algona law office. Reply to th,is office. , 34tf FEMALE HELP-WANTED: We ,,are 'in need of several women to help, in poultry dressing operations. We have recently modernized our picking room; 'Rate 50c hour, time and one-half over 40 hours. ,.Rest periods. With gas rationing over, you can drive from nearby towns. Start that Christmas fund now. Swift & Co., Algona. ' 34-35 For Rent FOR RENT: Good 120 A. on pavement. 7 m|. from town. Phone 441-W or call at 312 S. Wooster, Algona.??... i :" ..'. '... , 34* OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Notice is hereby given that a petition for a.franchise to erect, use and maintain noles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures'and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Interstate Power Company, Dubuque, Iowa, in the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and , private lands, to-wit: < (2400 volts) Beginning at the Southwest cor< ner of Section Thirty (30), Township one hundred (100) North. Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County. Iowa, thence East on the highway on the South line of said Section Thirty (30), oneTfourth (V*) mile; The Iowa State Commerce Com mission fixed the Eleventh (11th) day of September, 1945, at ten (10) o'clock a. m., in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as time and placp for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting pf such franchise must be in writ* ing and filed in triplicate with this Commission at least five (5) day? before date of hearing. ThVlowa Statg Commerce Commission sug* gests that the objector be repret .sented at the hearing by sopneone who has full authority : ta act for it IOWA STATE COMMERCE COM' MISSION Davld x B. Long, Chairman. •' •; Carl W. Reed, Commissioner. B. M. Richardson, Attest: 'Geo. U retary. FOB IHJOT3; I? 3 Acre farm. Nick hi Oftosen, Iowa. 34* LOST AND FOUND STRAYED to my place: Yearling red. heifer. Owner may have same by paying expenses. Geo. Kemper, Wesley. 34* LOST: About Aug. 6, gold locket pin with white star and USPTon. Reward. Mrs. E. M. Hanna, ,E6ne Rock. . •.';.3 LOST: White, hand crocheted purse and matching beanie. Name in purse. Reward for return. Jeanette Sorensen, care Mrs. Mabel Sorensen, Algona. ' ' 34* Miscellaneous GOOD USED CARS For. Sale: All at ceiling prices or less, with or without a trade in. 1940 Dodge sedan.-1940 Ford coach. 1940 Mercury convert, 1939 Chevrolet coupe. 1939 Packard coupe. 1937 Chevrolet coach. 1931 Ford Model A coach. W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. CONCRETE WORK of all kinds. Clarence Fraser, phone 639-W, Algona. 33-35* TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, Refinance Homes. At gona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. S^Otf FLOOR SANDING and Reflnlsh- ing, Heavy commercial equip* 2 HOUSES FOR SALE One, 6-room, two-story, frame dwelling, 311 W. Nebraska. Three blocks from business section. Hot air heat, .full basement, hardwood floors, modern in .all respects, With garage and nice lot. . Five roonv modernized frame home at 218 W. McGregor, corner lot, garage attached to house. Hoi air heat. (Paved street. •• '. Both houses being sold to close estate. Will be glad to show either or both homes to interested paY- ties. Mrs. Dennis Pratt,'301 W. Nebraska St., phone 880. Sltfchg MAYTAG AND FRIGIDAIRE AUTHORIZED DEALER Frigidaire electric ranges, electric water 1 (-heaters. Perfection Pipeline milkers, CJean Easy Milk- ers. Iowa bream Separators, 1000 Ib. machine,', ; -$128.50. Electric fencers. Radios soon. %,"l-3, V4 h TouTl like it^ you'll look .jyomsl^eliest and catch hi» > ,ieye \vheny.oa-wear this two- piece'BdBbie Brooks 6rig«' inal. The squared T front neckline of Jacket is defi* nitely new with eight big buttons marching two by . two down the front opening. Tailored of our famous Bobbie Brpoka 100% yjool Shetland in the season's newest, brilliant hues. Skirt slightly flared with front kick pleat. Sixes 9 to IS $11.75 Ckrischilles '' FOR S A JL JS. TO CLOSE ESTATE 80 ACRES / $ miles west ^f Algona on . west of Algona, I W iw Iff w W^p*^MRPWR Hutchison & Hutchison (Stt att Makes<tf ',' and rifriie ffieti. We ^ ibftievlH iha^lnijeet; buf ^iSffifc^Siir sffiall pl^er : pfeftii, giiarflriteM 4ftd for 1 iffiHiediate v fl6rM half; at the^tlmref r^avefti^nt.. ., Mrs. Bob-_ (Mr, and: H4rS. R. G, Ckifetsch Gtdetsch. r 34*: «lovej claiite . .. Always imarf *nd trim of Tidt, with it« fly-front closing . . . if» action baclc . . . !t( self-pipod slash pjiiMt , . . it< han ' genuine leather belt. Perfect for the classrodm . . . « must for '' • ' I j • •:• ' .••':.. tporti (whether you play or watch) . . . eye-catching,date bait for big momentc'i In every important fabric at it becomes available (currently BtjRLINGER'S, ?;.• KEY LARSO SAB.J and the neweit eolors: Siiei 9 to 17. $9.9S cfeis & J3P O \ *.»-• \ "ulif;:.&"; : >- •-"•' ™- : *«->S» ; ' :: £r|*^*fS*|i|^|i

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