The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1945
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i ^°"j »i 'V'T '•, J ^ r rii^r -,r^ftf r", '' ' ' , ' • ' >' , J *'*' £•«••»£*. ftwurr***,* £ «gf"rftp'tt* > *i; —•»•*—* «-« ^.*^^-*».-.*«-.>., U&iU. ^i-wbfM ,&W W IA***—5?7^-» ;r&«& fcJJ-^^i^T ^.l^w^MtiU^AAUj^ Ju^rX-u. The Algona Upptf t)e> MolnM, AJgona, lotca. Septemto «. 1948 LOCALS Mr. Aftei Mr* Cftfte Wallnkftlt drove to Clear Lake Suffday f&r the day. _ And Mfrt* Ltdyd. Pratt ftnit Ml*, and Mrs, Hay Cook Went to the Black Mills Saturday. They returned 1 hdme Tuesday. Mr. And Mr*. Mallard Snyder en- jdyed & visit from the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. *H. O. Snyder of Des Moines, from liflSl lillii' OF DEFERSE Saturday until Monday. Ijfcrt Marian of feiife Itaul* lnd. r has been visiting in Be Several days with his sister Mrs Molhes and recently came to spent Dick Sorensen and family. ftoy Tllllftghast who is A patten at the Kossuth hospital following a fall in which he suffered a brok en hip, is recovering nicely and i hoto able to receive callers. Mrs. tt. D. Kennedy and son Bobbie of Downs, Kansas, who have been spending the summer With her sister Mrs. Fred Selich- now went to their home Saturday Jimmlo ffertlgr, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hertig of Mason City Spent Sunday with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig and his aunt Mrs. Jack Craig anc family. Mr. and Mrs. VlrgH Shackelford and children Truman and Roxand son Daryl and Mrs. Glen Hike anne, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fisher spent from Saturday till Monday at Tuttle;Lake. Nclll HIntz, brother of Mrs. Paul Seeley, who has been visiting here is leaving Friday for Washington D, C., to see about employment there. He was recently dischargee after five years of army service. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rlter enjoyed a week end visit from the latter's mother Mrs. M. J. Sidwell and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nannings and daughter Marilyn of Ireton Mrs. Nanninga is a sister of Mrs. Riter. Bornadlne Rlley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley, began clerking at the C. S. Johnson stbre Saturday. Miss Riley graduated from high school this spring and has been attending the summer school here. Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider drove to Pocahontas Sunday where they spent the day with Mr. and We have selected merchandise from our furniture, automotive supply and-household goods department which we are anxious to move to make way for new fall arrivals, and are marking it at 25 to 50% discount from the regular price. All merchandise marked with the yellow tags is good, new merchandise which has been discontinued, and you can save 25 to 50% on it. Come in and look around. Don't miss these bargains. ' Club Chair Gold and rose tapestry. Now S15.95 THESE PRICES ARE FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Tire Relihers 6.00x16 and 5.50x16 Barrel Chair Green tapestry. Now $24.85 Baby High Chairs S6.49 I Children's Beds ; Just 3. • Regrujar $19.95. Special Platform Rocker Beige. Regular $37.95. Now Chest of Drawers • Unfinished. 6 drawers. Regular $16.95. Now Utility Cupboards For dishes and kettles. NOW $14.99 Maple Beds Full size, NQW 513.9I) Pull-Up Chairs Green, red, blue, With springs. Now 5ll»v5 Electric Hot Plates w* w^ffJjIHtwI^^fl^P ^^Wp^f^^W Now VlBlv Tractor Hitches S1.35 Now Car Seat Covers For Model A. Front only Now S3.98 Tubes '30x3V£ size. Now SU9 Keystone Varnish Close out/ 4-Hour dry. Clear only. Quart 59c Truck Reliners 7.50x20 and up and other sizes. Now S3.49 Johnson Rope Halters All sizes. 98c Seat Covers Coach, front and back, to fit I '3.5 to '37. $8.95 ' B Batteries . H. duty, 4$ volt- Now SI-19 Keystpne Interior Glow only. , , te 9! ample stee a fefce cure p| unlimited quanti- oi gnta 9nd,awy «t 8U times price tne Tire Pumps He»vjr fluty, Sweat Pads .Yellow drill. All sizes. Mrs. Martin Zatloukal and daughters Julia and Harriet. ' Mrs. Schneider is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 2atloukal. Mrs. G. C. Scobce whft is ft patient at Rochester has undergone an operation and while she is recovering nicely, she will be unable to return home for a few weeks. Mr. Scobee and their daughter Barbara are with her. Robert Steven Jr. who nail been in Seattle and has.been in service the past two years, has received his discharge and arrived last week to spend some time with his parents. For the present he is content to rest and relax and enjoy himself before making any future plans. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauger and son Bruce of Jackson, Minn., visited a few friends here Monday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel. Mr. Haueen was formerly employed by the Botsford company here and is working for the same company in Jackson. E. H. Wray and son Fred of Omaha were in town last week. They returned home Thursday taking Miss Betty Wallukait with them. She visited at the home of her aunt Mrs. Gaylord Sexe. Monday her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait met her in Fort Dodge and brought her home. Mrs. Georgre Grimm and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Grimm of Boone visited from Monday until Thursday at | the Robert Steven home." Mrs. George Grimm is the mother of Mrs. Steven. Iva Lou and Dean, children of Mr. and Mrs. Steven came home with the Grimms after a visit with their aunt Mrs. Robert Walters of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sherman have received recent letters from their three sons who are in ser vice. Duane who has been in India the past six months and Tom am Don who are in Germany. The latter two met a short time ago at Nuremburg. They state thei main topic of conversation wa "when can we get home." Mrs. Carl Youngdall and daughter Patsey and her mother Mr* Margaret McElroy of Milford visited Mrs. Harold Jergenson las week. Mrs. Youngsdale's husbahc is a Lt. Col. in the marines. Mrs Youngsdale and Mrs. Jergenson are schoolmates having attended high school and college together Their parents are also close friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry ant little daughter Patty are expectec the last of the week for a few days visi with Mrs. Henry's mother Mrs. Ruth Harlan and friends. Mr Henry is employed with the John Deere company and is located at Marionette, Wis., having been transferred there from Algona several months ago. The Henrys will also visit his parents Mr. and Mrs Now 79c Tie Out Chains 30 ft. Now 59c Tractor Seat Pillows Each 59c Baby Car Seats AH metal. Each S1.79 Fruit Jars Quart size. 50 doz. complete, DO*. 59c Duffle Bags Full size, Each 49c Baby Buggy All metaL . Now S1Z.95 f Perfection Filter Disks 29c Horse Collars All tether, $11,49 value, NOW , $7*90 , FlyNeti Ml feather, , , $3*95 Working For The Best Interests of Agriculture Whittemore Elevator Co. Whittemore, Iowa Qraln - Feed - Coal Fanners Supplies Among the progressive and wide awake institutions of this community there is none more worthy than the Whittemore Elevator Co. of Whittemore, Iowa, owned and operated by local farmers. This home firm is made up of farmers and citizens' of this com- nunity, your neighbors and friertds, and is worthy of every citizen's loyal support. Many items are handled by .this 'irm and the farmers of this territory have learned that they can supply all their needs in an efficient manner when dealing with his firm and can save money, too, as they have the reputation all iver this section for honest weights nd fair treatment. • With a very satisfactory service o their credit, together with a trong radiation of friendly feeling o all who come in coneact with he manager and directors, the farmers of this territory having products to market find this elevator one of the 'most satisfactory places in which to transact their business. In .review of prominent business establishments there. is none in this special field of endeavor to : be more complimented than the Whittemore Elevator Company. Patronize your own business-^-it AdV, -v.! •••1-*^:: -: • ' Leaders In Their Line Mertz & Son Implement Phone 80 West Bend, Iowa John Deere Farm Machinery and Tractors. Paris and Excellent Repair Service. JCtHN DEERE TRACTORS have no equal from the standpoint of ECONOMY John Deere simplified two cylinder construction 'results in lower fuel\consumption and the need for fewer replacement parts, resulting in lowert-operating and maintenance costs. They'll do your work just as efficiently, and more economically. MERTZ & SON YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER invites you to drop in frequently to inspect "what's new" in implements regardless of whether or not you are "in the market" at the time. They know you want the best and are always striving to improve their stock. Mertz & Son realize their obligation to you does not cease with the sale of a pieces of farm equipment. Consequently, they keep a good stock of genuine factory replacement parts and specialize in a prompt economical repair service, thus assoring you that you will receive satisfaction from the John Deere Farm Equipment which you purchase from them. Mertz & Son will be glad to have you come in to inspect the latest developments in agricultural- implements at any time. You are always welcome at their place of business. Now is the time to place your order for all your needs.^-Adv, BUY YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT —AT— Montag Bros. WEST BEND, IOWA Featuring a Complete Line of International Implements—Tractors and Trucks—Tractor Parts— Expert Repair. Ford Sales and Service When you need agricultural imi plements it will pay you to visi. Montag Bros., at West Bend. They selected the International line because they felt it enabled them to offer their customers the mos complete selection of farm equipment and more for their money." They are well posted on farm machinery and invite you to drop in and get acquainted. In order to adequately serve the community, the implement .dealers of today)must x be thoroughly familiar with the mechanism of the different types of implements in use in this locality. Montag Bros fulfills this requirement and carries a stock of genuine replacement parts. Their complete line fills the implement requirements of this region. Progresisve farmers select their equipment here. It will pay you to do so. They will be glad to have you come in to inspect the latest developments in agricultural implements at any time. You are always welcome at this place of business. Remember they have a Farmall Tractor for every purpose, and now is the time to make arrangements with them for your needs. —Adv. Get Home Cemforf thai Lull • Houiclime with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 276 ALGONA, IOWA Claude Henry in Burlington. Word was received Monday of the birth of a daughter, Linda Joelynn, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce at Seebring, Florida, on Sunday. Mrs. Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smitn who lives northwest of Algona. She is the widow of the late Lt. Arne Pederson who was killed in an airplane crash somewhere in England. Mr. Pierce will receive his army discharge the middle of Mrs. Cflhill, Mrs. daftlll and her son Bobbie and^the new] vision^eohaHtfj^wwrt trtt&W riauftVifA*- *»i.jn AA****. *«. AI--^ * 7 / " IS11 *" Aigona wiey wem; ro 151119 a ^lit ahnTt n^tT»r ^ t g a for Earth where the y vjfiited MM- a visit about October first. Counsell's brother ttjalfiiet' "Katz" Mrs. Marie Rosewall enjoyed " ->,.., ^ . — . a visit last week from her daughter Mrs. Counsell and husband of Decatur, 111. Mrs. Counsell was the former Linnea Rosewall. En- route to Algona they stopped at Iowa City for a visit with Mr. and Rosewall and family. The Hjalmer 1 Rosewalls have a son Charles whdr returned recently to the west coast,' for reassignment after a furlough with his wfie and parents. Charles was a prisoner of the Germans for two and a half years. COLORADO I;UL,UKAUU ju ^ p^ ^^ Elberta Peaches, box$1.79 JACK RABBIT SWEET POTATOES NEW HOME GROWN ONIONS IDAHO RUSSETT BAKING POTATOES FANCY JONATHAN APPLES MEDIUM JUICY ORANGES 2 », 2, 5 it*. 2 n,, £ 21 c 19c 25c 29c doz. MAYFLOWER NO. 2 CAN Early June Peas Sa $2.98 1 lb. jar A GOOD GRAIN MARKET Davenport Elevator Company PHONE 6 WEST BEND, IOWA Dealers In Grain, Coal, Feed and Peep Seeds, Manufacturers of "Winner" Properly Balanced Feeds Always Fresh, When anyone, in this community thinks of grata or feeds, 0>ey think of the Davenport Elevator Company at West Send, Ipwa. This is one of the most important firms to the farmers of this section. They conduct an up-to- date esteWtehjnent and, are pre- ?ared to take care of your grain or leed needs in an efficient manner. They manufacture a full line of 'Winner-' |e«Js wWcn Have the best combination of organic mim ewls, vitamins, protein* end * odine feeds. kngwn< tp &e industry. Feed (Winner 1 wd you Tafill n$f need to eed minerals. They improve herd end flpcfc health and Increase live* For Sale Hydraulic Manure Loader for John Deere "A" Tractor. Mechanical Manure Loader for Farmall F-20. Used 6-ft. Mower. Used 3 h. p. Gasoline Engine. Kossuth County Implement Store John.Deere Sales and Service Phone 850 - Algona Lady Corinne Apricot Preserves Country Style 27 oz. jar Mixed Pickles .................... 29c Fancy Green No. 2 Sieve No. 2 can Baby Peas ................ 2 can* 33c Jack Sprat Orange and 46 oz. can Grapefruit Juice ........... . ...... 49c Richelieu NO. 2 can Grapefruit Juice ........ 2 can « 35c Tall Can Carnation Milk ............ 2 for (9c Jack Sprat i/ 2 lb. pkgr. Green Stuffed Olives 1 lb. 9 ox. jar Olive Butter ... .................... 55 C Dulaney's No. 2*4 can Sweet Potatoes .................... 25c Ferndell Tomato Juice .......... __2 cans 29c Jack Sprat Cake Flour .................... — — 25fi Thompson Seedless Raisins ........ ...2 Ibs 25c Clinton Assorted Puddings ........ each 4fi FolgerV Coffee 2lb. Jar 55c 2 Poinls ..... -._.„ ....... lb Ib 4Points ........ . ................... , ,„ ,„. 29c FANCY MEATS RING BOLOGNA PUREPORKSAUSAGE LONGHORN CHEESE ARMOUR'S COTTAGE CHEESE U.S. GOOD ROUND STEAK. Ib 39 C DECKER'S LARD ........... ............................ 1_ ............. ; ....... 2 * 35c CHICKENS FISH RAY'S Jack Sprat MARKET Most Important Place Is . . . . HOME Because of unusual and long established factory connections, we are able to offer an unusual assortment of items for the home, large and small, as listed in the column at the right. . . BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE C«, DIRECT FHOM FA€TOBIES HOME OUTFITTERS STEEL SPRINGS MATTRESSES 'TABLES, CHAIR AND OTTOMAN SHAG RUGS THROW RUGS PLATFORM ROCKERS (Steel Springs) LIVING ROOM SUITES BEDROOM SUITES COFFEE TABLES END TABLES HASSOCKS CHEST OF DRAWERS PICTURES PLAQUES SEWING CABINETS ROCKERS, JVUHRORS DINETTE SETS WORK TABLES LINOLEUM WORLD GLOBES CARD TABLES TABLE LAMPS ;»v •\*' ' < i '< 7

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