The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 4
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PSw NEW MACHINERY Wagon Boxes. Hog Feeders. Stock Tanks. Electric Motors. Pump Jacks. Endgate Seeders. Manure Loaders. Gas Engines. Air Compressors. DcLaval Milking Machines. Used Machinery Four wheel trailer with box, new tires. John Deere 1-16 plow. 21-ft. Western land roller. TRACTOR TIRES We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Harris and Firestone. BRADLEY BROS. "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Phone 714 Algona, Iowa REUNION MAY FORBURTrXHJS Burt: A Dittmer-Ringsdorf family reunion was held at the C. E. Sigsbee home Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Ringsdotf Eugene, Ore., who are visiting here. A large crowd attended. Guest at Shower Mrs. Robert Leininger, nee Virian Volentine, was honor guest at a shower given Sunday afternoon in the Burt Legion hall. Joan Me- Whorter played a piano solo and Thelma Pretz gave a biographical sketch of the guest of honor, who received many nice gifts. Ex-Burt Man Dies Word was received here recently of the death of John Gerhard in California. He died from pneumonia and heart trouble. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Gerhard former Burt residents. Capt. Clapsaddle Home Capt. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle and family came up from Manhattan, Kansas, to spend the week end at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Henry Lichter and D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, were also Sunday dinner guests at the Clapsaddle home. Capt. Clapsaddle is stationed at Fort Riley. The J C. Geesmans have bought the Mrs. Laurence Stainbrook house. Julius Heider, Emmetsburg, 240 Pkgs. DREFT WHILE IT LASTS—1ST COME 1ST SERVED SWEETHEART SOAP - ?C PURE CIDER VINEGAR «-. 33(5 CHARMIN TISSUE 4™..* 25c CRISCO 3 ib. * 69c JAR RUBBERS 3 *>, 12c DAffiYLAND MILK 3 'id — 26c ARGO GLOSS STARCH 3 .b. P k g . 21C CLIMOLENE : ~u ^ 9c RAISINS * .b. ** 250 FLY RIBBONS SUGAR 10 Ib. bag lOc 65e COLORADO cuJUuri/YiH-ii ^. ^* ^^ j^ PEACHES. Ciate $1.69 pfifMeMit Md'f "»llff Emll Hfi886 ftbrn*.,- ,-v..r, '- tir. aftd -MflL-kv rf, Tuesday fttf ttorthefft tot a few days vsealKSti. Mr. and Mrs. SL A, ster Ciiy, visited Mrs. J. ham the first 6! the week, , Mrs. £. C; Smith wertt to diear Lake Tuesday and was jtidge at fl flower show being held there. Mr and Mrs. Ed fiiumer and Junior Sigler, Algona, visited Sun* day at the H. W. Manus home. Anne and Lois Lichter spetttiast week with their grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Howie at Emmetsburg. Donald Nordin went to Des Moines Monday to spend a few days with his father Iver Nordin. Mrs. George Koestler and Mrs, Jim Chrlstensen spent last Thursday evening at the Clifford Krantz home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Blsgard, Arvada, Colo., were calling on Burt friends Monday. The Bisgards formerly lived on a farm near here. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and Barbara spent the week end with the Elmer Larsons at Owatonna, Minn. They also Called on Mrs. P. F. Krlethe and Eugenia. •RM 2-c and Mrs. Dean Meier and baby came Sunday from California for a visit with Dean's parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier. Mrs. Meier and Mrs, Hazel SinR- busch met them in Ames. Mrs. Bertha Koestler took her I grandson Kerry Koestler, who had spent a couple of weeks with her, back to his home at Fairmont, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Ed Weiske accompanied her and visited relatives there. Lt. and Mrs. Wm. H. Handke. Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith, Algona, were dinner guests last Friday evening at the Jim Christensen home. The three ladies taught together at .Swea City some years ago. Mrs. Stanley Black entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of her brother Pvt. Max Schrader, who recently returned from Europe. Other guests included Mrs. C. H Schrader, Mrs. C. V. Schrader and the Will Schrader family of Lone Rock. Best Prices the Year Around Are Secured At Whittemore Farmers Creamery Correct Test and Courteous Service R. L. Medin, Mgr. Dairy farming provides the farmer with an additional source of income. Diversified farming is for the best interest of all. Sell your cream to the Whittemore Farmers Creamery at Whittemore and get every cent . it's worth, and for your health's sake eat more of their products. This is a home concern and one worthy of your support. The Whittemore Farmers Creamry is interested in Whittemore and corn- market second to none. Their butter has become the topic of favorable comment in Whittemore and the surrounding territory and is recognized as the acme of perfection. . _ . This place has always received the highest mark of sanitation, and the Whittemore Farmers Creamery is not satisfied unless it can say "There are no better products on, the market today." They have made rapid strides in this line until today they stand supreme. Remember this "The Priceless Ingredient of Any Artjcle in the Market Place, is the Honesty and Integrity of Him Who Makes It. Consider His Name Before You Buy." In this review of our neighbors and friends we are pleased to refer our many readers to this fine institution and their products.—Adv. .of rural schools will the teachers are attending is teachers ^hooieflttstfUcti . workmanship -will be held ift Al gona jvtoiiday until Wednesday, Sept. 3-4-6, ; left Suri- She will Miss Freda tiurgeso day for Newell where teach the third grade. . . Arden Jongberg, f 2*c, «tutft*. ed to Newport, R. I, after a 30 day leave at home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg. Mr. and Mrs. John Johgberg are leaving this week for a vacat on trip to St. Paul, Minn., to visit Walter Wickstroms and some fishing in Minnesota. ,...., ... A large group of relatives gath ered Sunday and had picnic din* ner at John Andersons at Anderson Oaks. Special Stf** Henry Landin family o The Walter C. Petersons, Emil Larsons, John Jongbergs and Fred Petersons took a lunch and went in and surprised their uncle Lars E. Erickson Sunday afternoon it being his 84th birthday. FARMERS You Will Get The High Dollar Fof Baker & Son Your Livestock When You Sell To Llvcrmore liiiVerne Corwltti "Always in the Market" Well Posted on Livestock Values and Market Conditions There isn't any question but tha Baker & Son's activities are o very great importance to the farm ers of this community. They fur nish a market right at our door t all the surrounding country. The growth of their business i ORANGES SPKIST LEMONS LargeSi » 6 <o,27c GRAPES : »n- 29c LARGE PASCAL CELERY ~n 33c FANCY YAMS t n* 25fi ALL THE BEEF YOU WANT 33c Grade A 2 pts. pound BEEF ROAST ,„. 28c Grade A 5 P ts - P ound SIRLOIN STEAK Good Lean BEEF SHORT RIBS ,„. Extra Lean SALT PORK lb . 23c 2 pts. pound Ib. 1 pt. pound 17c Smoked HAM HOCKS VEAL .Ib. 24c Grade A ROUND STEAK Grade A 6 pts. pound .b 39c 5 pts. pound T-BONE STEAK lb .42c Choice 4 pts. pound BEEF LIVER lb .29c Type 2 SKINLESS WEINERS lb .27c Corn Country AMERICAN CHEESE HAMBURGER 4 pts. pound i lb 73r box illV LAMB HOOD'S B^^^^IH iJ^^BHllr ^^b ^^1 ^v HI9 ^m^ Tf ^aa^ ^MBJF ^^^^^^^^F ^^^^^^^ ALGONA, IOWA to <m Ulant-fld MilnlSS Mi the i-eMi :tff iai# v UfttS wltK thelfr v&jitol|efS; li timss up ffir resitit.Kas M '.ift'Kftiged MmBef M iafMerf ' '' " . ; . , ,. By securing the Highest He market Will Wlrraftt, giving f&ii fait weights and .grading at he same time, they have become a valuable asset to. the 1 eoufity. t We are glad to have this oppor- Uftity to recommend to out read* efs Bake? & Soft knowing that dealing with them will be satis. factory. You will get full Value by selling to them. Their policy is "Complete Satis faction."— Adv. , DON'T FORGET TONIGHT Dr. H. Truman Gordon AT Townsend Hall 108 So. Hail St. Algona Sept. 6^7:45 p. m. What of Your Future,? PUBLIC INVITED NO CHARGE TOP WAGES r "•-. Contact U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 1%E. State Algona, Iowa Phone 63 Phone U. S. E. Service, Fairmont, Minn. (Reverse your call) OOLORADO-i-ELBERTA CALIF. SEEDLESS—SWEET IN FLAVOR GRAPES 14 '•''• YAMS PORTO RICAN. U. S. NO. 1 *« .2 2 B-.' ^ 15c _ " „.. 25c CANTALOUPE KiPtNED Lb. Whittemore Produce Co. C. Aliff, Mgr. Whittemore, Iowa Poultry - Cream - Effgs - Feed ORANGES CALIF. SUNKIST 288 SIZE AND LARGER 57« HOME OBOWN • CUCUMBERS SDNKIST—FOB LEMONS HOME GROWN GREEN PEPPERS WrBrrOELERY 2 CALIF. MOUNTAIN GROWN—BARTLETT Stlki. POTATOES •" WASH. WHITE ROSE, U. S. NO. 1 PEARS Delicious Flavor Lb. To aid in building any city or community, it is necessary that the various business firms of the cuy. and county provide adequate outlet for the products of the sections affected. The Whittemore Produce Co. has boosted, and aided' the farmer in every possible way. Here is a market available where the producer may dispose of his poultry and eggs and cream to the best advantage, which means a real service whether direct or indirect to the whole people. Here the producer is met with courtesy and accommodation in every transaction, for they are conscientious in their efforts to render real service. No obligations are incurred by asking questions and to get the latest market quotations, all th&t is necessary is to call them—phone 2411 and they will pick up your produce. They are always glad to be of service to their friends and customers. Top produce prices await you here. They are adding to the progressiveness of Kossuth county, and when you boost them you are boosting your own community. Consult them on your feeding problems—Adv. ^^^__ 'NATIONAL'S MARKET VALUES SILOIN 39« PINT BALL OR KERR MASON BAIX OB KERB! MA^ON • OU ART JARS ..... BAIJU—JfOB MASON JABS 'ZINC GAPS STEAK U. S. GRADED Dor. «?*»«• / rug, 91 r .4 Of It ** C 2&£ 25c BOASTING Chickens Lb. O. 8. GBADED GOOD ROUND STEAK .... u . 38c SKINLESS if,. WIENERS u,. 31c; ASSOBTED COLD MEATS .... w w,. 15c FILLET OF -_ ROSEFISH i*. 43c IN CABTONS . i ^ _ • , LARD u.. **« COTTAGE CHEESE. «,, ISC PEAS POINT FREE COME' AQAIN—folnt I PEAS • "ST-We f SWEET OIBI^-CBEAM BTVLE—Point FK£ •, CORN t • • cW *3c NATIONAI. CORN—point W , WHOLE KERNEL ..... 'SS 1 13c Home Owned and At Your Service West Bend Co-Operative Creamery & Locker Phone 109—Locker 188 West Bend, Iowa Manufacturers of Iowa S$ate Brand Butter License No. 29, Pasteurized Milk and Cream. Modern Cold Storage and Lockers. One need- not wonder at the prosperous condition of the community when they take into consideration the advantage farmers have over many other sections, for instance take markets close at hand that are maintained along policies that are commendable and deserve praise. ; Chief among our home markets is 'the West Bend Cooperative Creamery which over a period of years of service has proven they are the logical market for dairy products. Always most fair in their dealings they are ever striving to give top prices for cream and milk. ..,,,. They have always tried to cooperate with the farmers, helping them to secure better prices an4 giving them valuable information that enables them to get a better grade and more from their herds. The West Bend Cooperative Creamery has proven very beneficial to the community here, serving a two-fold purpose by giving us a ready market end tneir put-? ter and food products are shipped, to distant places where they, are making our section known far anq wide for the produce of 9 superior braijd. Beef Roast 26 G CORN FLAKES fkt. CARNATION U. S. GRADED GOOD EVAP. MILK POINT FREE 14"2-OT. Can OLIV-ILO 3«*»i9< B1AND LARD SWIFT'S NECTAR *i*AV o »9 , , •;-,• . . .-. SHEI* HOUSEHOLD . KITCHEN KLENIER ,,, ^ 6* AMMONIA ,,, fiS! 19« SRIR ««8BII GM8S t • » • « » t » » « » W*»» ww» eV I.V4»»*-B»». «i XRGOSTARCH,.,,,,- ^; ic y6HTiui.is CL£ANSER s« CRY$TAL WHITE PABifflVl PLAIN OR If*^ OUR ^f L|J BREAKFAST ^M Bag »4SK?J*. ^S|BP|»|,« fflpfei "~

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