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HOSTS SUNDAY AT BALL GAMES Mallard Avenges Self On Lotts Creek, Tuesday, By 8-3 Victory At West Behd Neutral Field. The 'Mallard baseball team jumped into a seventh inning rally at West Bend, Tuesday afternoon, scored four runs, and avenged itself of a one run defeat suffered at the hands of the Lotts Creek nine, nine days ago. Final score was 8 to 3. Revenge was the keynote of the contest with Mallard, following a decision at home plate that they declared was unjust, but the umpire thought differently, in the JUrst contest. On Sunday, Sept. 16, two ball games are scheduled for this vicinity. Lotts Creek will tackle Lone Rock at Lone Rock. The Crackers lead the Palo Alto-Kossuth league at present, but Lone Rock is determined to knock the leaders off their throne. Sunday will also bring a ball game to Algona, with the local K. C. team meeting the Whittemore club at the fairgrounds diamond in a contest starting at 2:30 p. m. Admission to either game will be 50c for men, with women and children free. Lotts Creek-Mallard summary: Ix>tts Creek (3) AB R H E Bass 3b 5 110 Witkoff ss 5 001 Wichtendahl c 3 010 Meyer cf 4 001 Kuecker p 4 000 Priebe rf 4 112 Long Ib 4 110 Luedtke c ....3 000 Ruhnke 2b 3 010 Wichtendahl 2b 1 000 3iigona Brothers Each Win Coveted Army Bronze Star Boys Eaeape When f lot flVallaWS.laefitlbftS buy 6f ^ftt,: FlMftilltfi ,See US. fit. D.•:«flt6nW8< 110 So, Dodge ' Cpl. Edwin P. Weishaar, left, and Pfc. Floyd Weishaar, brothers and sons of Albert Weishaar of the Algona police force, are pictured above. The young men were each awarded a bronze star medal for superior.performance in the European campaign. 36 3 5 4 Mallard (8) AB R H E Schuller rf 4 101 Eckert p 4 320 Hendricks ss 5 132 Kendall c 5 020 Nicholson Ib 4 1 1 0 Fogarty 2b ~...3 120 Schmilt 3b 4 120 Gibson If 4 0 1 0 Tonne rf 4 001 37 8 13 Fred Kent, Jr. to Sail Most recent word received by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, from their son, Fred Jr., who has been in the army over three years, most of that time on foreign soil, is that his outfit expected to be moved, all or in part, sometime between Sept. 15 and the end of the month back to the states. Buys Algona Home Purchase of the two-story home at the northeast corner of McGregor and Williams Sts. by Merle Pratt was completed yesterday. The house was owned by Mrs. Clara Pratt. West Bend Pastor, 17 Grandchildren In Service, Breaks All Records While folks generally have been interested in comparing notes and statistics as to how many grandchildren they have had serving in the Armed Forces of the U. S. A., Rev. Joe Banwart of West Bend thinks he rightfully has something to talk about himself. Rev. Banwart, 81 years old, pastor of the Apostle Christian church, has 17 grandsons serving their country, or who have served in World War II. Reuben Banwart and George Pulford, son and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Banwart of Detroit, Minn., served in the army and navy, respectively. Glenn Banwart served in the German occupation drive, and Floyd is overseas with the army in Luzon. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Banwart of West Bend, Iowa. Archie Banwart is in Luzon, and Alvin Banwart is in Texas. Both are sons of Silas Banwart, also of West Bend. Robert Wuthrich is overseas in Manila. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wuthrich of Bloomfield. Emil E. Metzger received a medical discharge, and his brother, Silas, is in the army in Texas. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Metzger of Whittemore. Elmer Banwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Banwart of West Bend, received a medical discharge, and his brother, Edwin, is now stationed in Reno, Nevada. The navy is further represented by Harvey, Kenneth and Philip Banwart, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Banwart of Elgin, 111., who also have a son, Cathmere, who was formerly in the navy, and two son-in-laws, Bennie Jones, recently a prisoner of war in Ger- many, and Robert Winters. The Banwart and Metzger families have reason to be proud. And in the meantime, this newspaper is waiting for someone to better the record of seventeen. TWO NEW TEAMS JOIN PIN LEAGUE With eight teams already in action, Monday and Tuesday evening of this week, and two new teams in the fray, the Kossuth Bowling League got underway at the Barry alleys and promised a •winter season of top activity. New teams in the league are the Algona Barbers, to be managed by A. E. (Soup) Briggs, who evidently has become a bowler in the past several seasons and is reported to at least talk a good game. A team from Kanawha is also entered. Monday night the K. C. team took two out of three from Wesley No. 2, while Tanvilac, imbued with body building vitamins, downed the Pioneer team, three straight. Tuesday night Old Style Lager's brew boys edged out the Becker Sports, two out of three, while Titonka's pin topplers snagged three from Lone Rock. Distinctive Hats We have fairly outdone ourselves, this Fall, in gathering an assortment of distinctive, exclusive and really individual millinery together in this one great pre-season showing. You'll be delighted at our ultra-modern and sophisticated hats—each hand-picked for some outstanding stylerfeature. Come in and see this grand showing. All prices from $3.98 to $12.50. Ask about the French Rpom Hats, one of a style. ^ ^IF* 2=3 Petersons Get Card From Russell Larkin Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson received a card from the Philippines Tuesday from their foster son, Russell Larkin, who has been a prisoner of the Japanese since the fall of Corregidor. Russell has been in Camp Tokyo, Japan, since the first of the year, according to word received here Jan. 9 from the U. S. government, so it is believed the card was found and mailed after the recapture of the Philippines. In writing, Russell wished Mr. Peterson a happy birthday, the birthday being March 27, and also mentioned that he had received a package from Roy Hayes who lives near Algona. Russell has been in the service 4 years and 7>£ months. He and Duane Lighter enlisted at the same time, before Pearl Harbor. Russell was in San Francisco a month after leaving Algona and was then sent to the Philippines. He has never been home since he enlisted. Hospitalized Vet Is Wesley Visitor Wesley: John Bauer spent the week end at his parental, R. C. Bauer home. He has been at the Shick hospital in Clinton the past four months but is scheduled to be sent elsewhere soon. Sunday, Sept. 2, guests at the Bauer home were John Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and baby, of Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt and "daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henderson and thrje children of Clear Lake. Mrs. Henderson is the former Helen Brandt. Ralph Bauer Jr. is with the 2nd Armoured Army in Germany, as company clerk. HArold and ]S&te HelJft«*fc M gbha, escapied serldus Iftjitfy, MI day night,- whett their fiUt«mb turned Over oh highway IdS South Jones stfget swetves the city toward the Milwaukee undefpass, - ^ Pete was slightly cut aftd th car Was badly damaged, faulty steering equipment ^ was blaniec for the mishap. :•'"' Sugar Canners Get Notice Of Deadline The regional office of the OPA has Issued a directive that IssU ance of home canning sugar for thi 1945 season will be officially .stop ped as of Sept. 30. Processing o all requests for canning sugar 'ihus be completed by then. This means that no issuance ma. be made by your board afteV the above date. Tanvilac Dealers Meet Friday Eve Ralph Tice, Tanvilac distribu tor, has arranged for a convention of Tanvilac feed dealers and mix ers at the Hotel Algona Friday ev ening. Dinner at seven will b followed by a program at which Tom Dyer, general manager of the Tanvilac Co. and Dr. John Shumaker, professor of chemistry a Drake, will be the principal speak- New Employees At Thompson Distrib. Co. Orville R. Noland began work last week at th.e Thompson Distributing Co. He is a son of Mr and Mrs. S. E. Noland, and hac been employed at a bombing plant in Omaha before coming here Gail Haase has also been recently added to the Thompson employees He was recently discharged from the army. His wife is the former Anita Thompson. Plan Evangelistic Services Next Week The Misses Mae and Mildred Nelson who have conducted evangelistic services here for '.he Church of the Open Bible, are here with Rev. and Mrs. R. D Baker and will begin a series ol meetings for two weeks beginning September 18. The young ladies were born in Forest City and went to Des Moines where they graduated from the Open Bible institute. Upon completion of their studies they founded and pastored a church in West Des Moines for eleven years. While there they conducted a radio program over station KSO called "The Little White Church in the Valley". Three months ago they resigned and have been carrying on evangelistic services. Harms Oil Buys Klamp's Service The Harms Oil Co., Allison, Iowa, has purchased .the Klamp Service Station at the corner of State & Jones street, from Walter Klamp, who has owned and run the station for some years. The Harms organization will take possession and management Oct. 1. The station will continue to handle Phillips "66" products, which the Harms Oil distributes in a number of Iowa counties. Lions Club Dinner Members of the Lions club and their wives enjoyed a six-thirty dinner at the Algona Hotel Wednesday evening. Deputy Governor Edward Boyle of Clear Lake and Rudy Frisch, "Tail Twister" of the club, furnished the program. Both men were here for the charter dinner and were enjoyed so much they were asked for a return entertainment. Algonan Released Staff Sergeant Ralph D. Hunsley of Algona was listed as having been Honorably discharged from the army at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court Sept. Term, 1945. No. 5355. To All Whom It May Concern: " You Are hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Julius Kunz, Jr., Deceased, dated July 27, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 24th day of September, 1945^. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the.day, above mentioned all persons to^erested are hereby notified arvf 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, September 12, 1945. (SEAL) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. LINNAN & LYNCH, AUys. 37 Fenton Ladies Aid Takes New Members The Lutheran Ladies Aid of Fenton met Wednesday afternoon at the church basement, with Mrs. Aug. Bierstedt and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt as hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt from Fairville. Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Mrs. Will Miller, Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mrs. Joe Madden, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Bertha Kressin, Mrs. Larry Alt joined the Aid. Algerians Attend Leaders Conference Four Algonans, Leighton Misbach, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, Antone Johnson, R. O. Bjustrom and Bob Loss, and Henry Patterson of Buffalo Center, attended a Rural Leaders' Conference at Sac City, last Saturday. A community forum was held and special topics were discussed by Robert Norton, Major Frank Miles, and J. S. Russell, managing editor of the Des Moines Register & Tribune, among others. Elmore Officer In Korean Occupation Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lindsey, Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey spent Sunday at Elmore with Mrs. E. H. Lindsey and daughter Charlene. Mrs. Lindsey has had word that her husband 2nd Lt. E. H. Lindsey, has landed in Karen with the army of occupation. He is a veteran of the 7th army which has taken part in many battles. Bob Harrington Back Major Robert Harrington, Algona attorney, arrived in the states Monday, according to a telephone call received here by his wife. He expects to receive a discharge.or release from the army soon and return here. Aug. Sit Lflelia Bierlev ISoek. surgical* v >•••': ;,.•'.-.:.• Sept. 1! Glfldys Qustittf Lone Mock, Lorraine fiMtffiaHd GOT* ? dott Bf autv Algttnav t6nslle€tbml<»s and adenSids; fi, J< tJalesj Bode, medical. •','•••< /.' Sfspt. 2: Mrs. Srlueg Flam, Wesley, medical. Sept. 3:.-Mrs. Paul James, Algona, medical; Brenda Wood, Ltt* Verne, accident; Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, LuVerhe, girl. , Sept. 4! Lewis Freed, Algona, surgical; Don Dealt Algona, acci- e sept. 5: Mrs. Alvin Klein, IrV- Ington, medical. Sept. 6; Mrs. Carrie Ackerman, Mutt, accident, expired. AtlgV 80i Karla Jean; er, ftj. stififtli) Richard Sehaffef, Algeria, surgical. ' : v g , -Sept; ,;!:'• CorWne Button, Al* gona, medical. ••;• «,• , 4*. ;:' Sept, 4; Tom tlpofld, AlgpnaV surgical. ':>•" -•,;', .••:•.•'• '.•,;.' 'Sept; 6: Mrs. G. tt. SimpSoh, Al* gona,'Surgical; Mrsi James'fiurnsy Algoha,- surgical; -Mrs. Elmer Ah* liker, West Bend, medical, .-; . Septv 10: Walter C6bb r Britt, medical; Mrs. Clarence- Krause ( LuVerhe, surgical. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES ents' commission allowed, if Minimum charge 35o fo* 12 advertlslnr agents 6 h a if g e words or less. When paid with their clients 4e and send cash order, 3o per word; when with order "they receive Id charsed, 4c per word. No ag- ; commission. Blind ads 26c. For Sale FOR SALE: 1 fertilizer attachment for 2 bottom IHC Little Genius plow, good.as new. G. A. Roland. FOR SALE: 6 room house with bath. All modern. Garage. Call at.' 120 N. Lantry Algona. FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet special deluxe town sedan. Guaranteed. Price $906 plus Iowa sales tax and license. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37 NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1,00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37tf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical supports, individually designed. Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa. 37-46* FOR SALE: 160 A. improved, ..Klein Estate farm, 8 miles west Bancroft. Electricity. 1% miles from high school. Joe Crowley, Fenton, Iowa. Phone 1416. 37-38* PUREBRED Holstein bull fro sale. T Two years old. Lawrence Meyer, Rodman. Phone 2136 Whittemore. 37-38* LAND BARGAINS: 4.000 acres, highly improved grain-livestock farm, $27.50 per acre. Very fine 1120 acre imp. grain farm, $25 Several 160 to 800 acre farms, $2? to $40. Free list, pictures, etc. W E. Chisman, Lisbon, No. Dakota. 37*-38 FOR SALE: '37 Model B John T'Deere tractor, .good condition Leslie McEnroe, 4 mi. east arid ^ Algona. 37* FOR SALE: Filling station, lane v and buildings at St. Benedict $2000. See Joel M. Herbst, Rea: Estate & Ins. 37 TOR SALE: 3 32-volt motors, 32-volt radio, 1 32-volt Jr. va juum cleaner, 1 6-volt radio; light plant and batteries, large size, excellent condition, 2 years old Nicholas Weydert, phone 2601 Bode. 37 FOR SALE: Small Kimball piano reconditioned, like new. Can be seen in near vicinity. Write Arm- itrong Piano, Spencer. 37* FOR SALE: Eagle water proo! home insulation, "blown in.' Jxpert inspection, estimating serv ce. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. phone 275, Algona. - -. 20-3-8W FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, cepresent- ng Wormhoudt Home Insulation ' lo. FOR SALE: Cedar chest, roll-j away bed, man's wrist watch! Phone 651-J. 37 'OR SALE: 4 room tenant house 12x32. ; Built in cupboards, sink and closets. 5 miles southeast of l,akota. Honno Ailts, Bancroft 37 ^.R SALE: One span of smooth mouth, work mules with harness and nets. Good, well-broke, sorrel ;eam 3 and 4 years old, Nice pair of yearling colts, roan and brown. 10 in. IHC burr grinder, good shape. Robert G. H. Blumer, phone 4492, LuVerne. 37* ?OR SALE: Beautiful home known as the Goeders place at 710 E. North St., 5 rooms and bath, oil heat. $10,000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Inji. 37 TOR SALE: Modern home, 5 rooms and bath, good condition, not far out. $6,000. Joel M. Herbst, Real Sstate & Ins. 37 SALE: F-20 Farmall on rub' ber and steel power lift culti- 'ator. McCormick Deerlng double cylinder hay loader. Jess Huff,- rtiVerne. 37* SALE: 1933 Chevrolet coach, f»ir tires, below ceiling. M. C. Humphrey, Algc-na. 37* FOR SALE: Cook stove, white round oak; also buffet, Orville foldren, Algona, phone 10TF1J2. 87* GOOD yping Ream THE ALGONA WPiR PEi MOJNEi FOR SALE: Gehl silo filler. H. C. Lindsey, Phone 114 Fenton. 37 FOR SALE: 1937 Chevrolet truck S. W. B. 600-20 6-ply front tires, 700-20 10-ply duals behind. Robert F. Lewis, Burt, phone 160 Burt between 8 and 6. 37* Wanted WANT TO BU*Y: White majorette boots, can wear size 6, 6% or 7. See Mrs. Gorman at Woodward's or phone 496-W after 6 p. m. 37 WANTED: Boy to help part time ! in meat department. National Tea Store. ! 37* .WANTED: Girl to check groceries i in grocery store. No experience necessary. Write Box 69, Algona, Iowa. • 37 WANTED: Girl to work evenings and Saturdays caring for congenial infant. Phone 395-J. 37* j; Yoting ladf; f br^ dru sWre W6*k. LUSby &s GWsSf '' 3? fdf &Oft MSN*: 200 A, .buildings, flbWlftg well, North df Detroit Lakes, Minn. Phbhe St. Benedict of write to Co^With. Jbhh J. Arend, ^ . 37* TO RENT: Apartment or house. Please see Mrs. ROfcert foaser, 819 N. Minn., Algona. ]47* WANT TO BENT: 160 or 200 A. - farm. David McGregor, Burt. Phone 9 on 93. Full liiie power machinery. 97 " 40 *' FARM FOR RENT: 400 A. 3-4 mi- from Algona, lotva, electricity, 250 A. ctop, 160 A; timber and rlv- er pasture. Available March 1, 1946, on long term lease. Write L. 'C. Dickinson, 5«0 Fleming Bid". Des Moines, Iowa. 35U38-3" Loist-Poiuid LOST: Between R. G. H. & R. J. Blumer farms. TWO Wagon end- gates. Finder please return ior reward. Robert G. H. Blumer, phone 4492, LuVerne , . 37* STRAYED FROM MY PLACE: Five or six spotted pigs, 70 to 90 Ibs. : Finder call: W. H; Riedel 19-F2, Algona. . 37* Mlscellaneoua NOTICE: General trucking, immediate service, phone 2A,,Cy- linder, Iowa. . 37-38* WE STILL HAVE 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 Ir 1 • MM • .HBfc cbai and w»d f ffl ttumf 3aeK( eleetrld f 3aeK( alrf H jas; ft6»' ' "' ' ' • " ' ' *-**•" •' •" •'••'' *'"'•'•• ervice to; all fttftkeS &£ Wasfe Phone 399 WATlR-SOFTENERS ' fire .available. /We deliver and in-: stall. Write for Information. Sdffr Water Deluxe, 1021 1st St. N. Masem C$y» I6Wa.- a Sg^ USB the Algona Upper Des Molties Want ads.. They Wave.;in6fe; read-'. ers today thftri ever befofe ••' *, ;' .."... *. .- i . *..--- j - •" —ii.-^-i'' .-.j-..-.' • CONCRETE .WORK of all :ftmdsi Clarence Fraser, phone 639-W,: Algona., •;.; y,U'.-!'/ .•:?;.'• '.30-38% TOWN PROPER1*Y''LOW INTER-f EST LOANS. FHA and. Vet-* erans "GI" Loans to purchase,,; remodel, Refinance Homes. " Al-^ gona Federal Savings & Loan,Algona, Iowa. ',' 3Qtt; FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish-4 ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phonw 275.- Altfona. , 17-3-8tfT Exchange Depfc Basemen! • Good Used Furniture ' Dining room—Living room suites . Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios ' and Washers. '*''..-.•..'• BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the Dew releases. Needle's, al-< bums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric* Algona, Iowa. ', , 1-U?, INLAID LINOLEUM, llnowall^ tile, laid by experts.-Custom* work.: Cowan ^Building Supply- Co., phone 275, Algoha. 16-3-8t£T BUY WITH AMIS. 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