The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1945
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L 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 4 6 7 8 4 6 6 9 9 the jueyen bd'iVle'rS in the Kossuth jE*ih"Eeague topped the 200 mark Jft league play, the past week, to join the coveted "I done it" class. Those entering the promised land were Don Smith and Ken Ronney of the Tanvilac boys, Lynk, Potter and Geilenfeld of the Old Style .brew team, Ronze of the JpyCees, Anderson of Burt, Krbmlnga o£ Titonka, E. Weig of Wesley, Cotton of Lone Rock and Jergenson of the Pioneer Seed. Standings, also, underwent some changes as a result of last week's .play, as follows: Team 1 Tanvilac • <j Burt : ^ Lone Rock J) K. of ,C 8 Wesley Co-op ' Becker Sports " Titonka " Wesley Auto •> Old Style Lager \ Council Oak ••& Whittemore •. J Percival Motor * JayCees , ° Algona Barbers j> Kanftwha \ Pioneer Seed J In the women's league, 3>ruggists Mutual aggregation rolled along on a smooth 100CI per cent path to lead the loop. High scores for the week were tallied by Shirley Carpenter (IBS), Valeria Butts (178). Norma Reynolds U65); Doris Colberg 056), and Mary Frances Carney (155-. Richa^Prhul Of St. Joe Is Home After 33 Months St Joe: Tech. Sgt. Richard G. Thul son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, arrived home Monday evening, Oct. 1, on a 45 day furlough. He has 33 months in service with 26 months spent in the southwest Pacific. This is his first furlough home since in service. He reports at Santa Ana, Calif, on Nov. 18. Daughter Baptised— The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, born on Sept. 21i was baptized Mary Susan, Sunday by Rev. George Theobold Sponsors were Mary Darlene and James Weydert Jr. The Redings now have 4 girls and 1 boy. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Dole from Irvington is caring for mother and baby. •• Angela Erpelding is assisting with the household duties, at the Frank Reding home. Richard Marso and Joe Berendes arrived home last week with army discharges. They had been in the European war theatre. Tells How Shiermari Twp. Youth Died How'Wilfred Curran, grandson of the late Henry Curran, pioneer Sherman twp. farmer, died ir fighting on Okinawa, was related in a letter recently received by Mr. 'and Mrs. Jos. Curran, aunt and uncle of the dead, soldier. • •He was leafling a squad "of men over a rise when a "Jap machine gun suddenly opened up on them killing' Wilfred immediately, according to Lt. Clifford L. Myers commanding officer of Wilfred's detachment. The body could not be moved •until the next day because of the Jap positions, but they were driven out and proper burial ceremonies held. Bernice Curran, mother of th dead hero, and a brother, Archie Curran, survive at Blue Earth. Australian Wife Of jonan In States Jim and John Spencer, sons o Mrs. Emily Spencer, -and both now released from the army, were in San Francisco together recently and met John's wife and infan child, who arrived from Australia John has a position in De Moines, and until he is able ti find a home in Des Moines, it i possible that his Australian wjfi and the child may temporarilj live here. Jim thought it likelj that he would accept a west coas job. Holding Family At Burt Held Reunion Burt: A Holding family reunion •was held at the W. W. Boettche home Sunday in honor of Arthu Holding, who was here on' leav from the navy. Others present in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Holding, Royal; Mr. and Mrs. Bil Steffln and two children, Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long and daughters, Algona; Mr. and Mrs Cecil Long and daughter, Titonka and the Clifford Holding family Arthur Holding left Monday even |ng for Norfolk, Va. U. S. W. A. Adds 7 Members, Monday Seven new members were add ed to the U. S. W. A. at a meeting lield Monday evening. The new members are Mrs WUlard Mitchell, Mrs. Emrna Knudsen, Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Mrs Robert Note, Mrs. Ralph H. Val Robert Nolte, Mrs. Ralph H. Val Mrs. Albert Olson. . Plans for the forthcoming honn play wer ealso discussed. Hiking Mittag arrived home last a 30 day leave with his former Norma Jean He made the trip from Chicago in 11 hours «. He recently enlisted .„, two years in the navy sgrvmg three years. Washington 'Mrs. George Scuff- Herman EAGLE GROVE IS NEXT GRID FOE Algona high school's football earn will go to Eagle Grove, Friday night, seeking its first conference win, and third of the season, as a favored team, but Coach Gene Hertz points out that the game is Eagle Grove's homecom- ; I never saw a team yet that didn't play several touchdowns better than usual at its own home- Doming," the coach pointed out. ' Thus far the Eaglets have de- eated Forest City, 40 to 18, but n the North Central Conference have lost two games, to Clear ja ke, 19 to 0, and to Humboldt, 26 Coach Hertz expects all the souad's "cripples" to be in shape for the trip to Eagle Grove. The Bulldogs were a bit blue, this week, and with good reason. Against Webster City last Friday nfght here, they played a hangup game in the first half, which ended in a scoreless tie, and with Al- |ona dominating the play. Twice the locals were inside the visitor s 20-vard line, but could not tally. In the third quarter, Webster City capitalized on an Algona blocked kick andI store, and later Alg etai Mills, inc., A 8i*cclal offer in this we*k's ttppe* pes MfoMes, over ?i,<H>o td tfi,e "little lids who dws th* th* way tt Works! AM a hoilseWife toU Is clip a upon from the Gold MedAl ad Ih this P^^fid pr^ sent U to any of the coopWatttOroccMeft-Attd 1 art HttHom. of the county are represented. The coupon Is good for Z5c on the purchase ot Gold Medal Mouf. We arrive at the $1,000 total by merely multiplying 26e times the 4,000 plus papers prlJited each week. If, each t>a»ef was used for Its one coupon, a total of slightly over $1,000. worth of coupons would be presented— and that much flour vcn aw ^ a]fd , esg of whcre you live or buy food In Kossuth, you'll find your favorite grocer "in" 6n the program. Seems like a good time to buy flour. _ __ to score was gona 0. Oldsters Reunion Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, their daughter Mrs. Ear Williams of Burt, and Mrs. Opal Barker of Riverdale twp. returned last week from a visit with relatives and friends at Decatur and Rochelle, 111. One feature of the Decatur stop was a reunion of five of Mr. Cox's counsins, whose ages were between 82 and 96. Mrs. McWhorter Home Portland: Mrs. Ray McWhorter came home Saturday evening from Rochester where she had spent 10 days with her daughter, Mary Janice, who is improving. Her mother, Mrs. McCorkle, also a patient there for sometime, is now home. Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houdek left today for Ft. Atkinson to attend the funeral of Mr. Houdek's grandmother, who died at the age of 97, Mr. Houdek is the Railway Express agent here. Mrs. R. E. Hutton returned to work Monday at the Hood Store after a two weeks' illness. Joe Pelisek is a new employee at the store. . Mrs. O. S. Lindsay had as guests from Saturday until Monday, her two sisters Mrs. C. W. Chamberlain and Mrs. R. V. Chamberlain of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode attended the funeral of Mrs. Sidney Lindsley last Wednesday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lindsley was the mother of their son-in-law. S-Sgt. Stanley Patterson has arrived in New York and will soon be home to visit his mother Mrs. Gusta Patterson. He has been stationed in England and Belgium, and wired his mother on arrival „„. , E. C. Hertig and children of Mason City spent the weeK end with the former s parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig, and sister Mrs. Jack Craig. The elder Mr Hertig is considerably improved from his illness. Lt. and Mrs. Jlmmle Neville and daughter Diane, and Mrs .Ne- Ule's sister are here Visiting at he home of the former's grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Seville. They came from Tampa, "la The lieutenant has been giv- n his discharge from the army ir corps. , Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop leaves 'riday for Omaha for a few days with a niece and will then go on o Portland, Ore., for the winter ath her children, Mrs. Dwight Larsons and Frank Lathrop. She was in Algona Wednesday accompanied by her niece Mrs. Walter 'ite of Kansas City. t Miftifnutt cKiaJfift SSfi W| p toswte at left, Wttea »»flJWj ordtf, 3c JMflt . A*i[0rdi wljjii charged, *C »«f wftrd, : tfd if* FORSAKE: Four kitchen w;6i?k tables, sturdy cohstrucUoni good condition, size 60 in. by M in.? & in. high, each with four drawers, two compartments, suitable for kitchen work tables or shop use. inquire Supt. office, Alg6na hirih scHool. ••' ' 40 SALE: 1640. Deefing tractbf, eiicellent shape. i8" J. I. Case sep'afA;t(>r r ;gobd as hew. Will seimrdfitdr..fllone or separator. Ale3i?fta,aig, Lone Rock, T i>f •/- -'" : -:•; v . 40-41* FOR SALE—Trucked attention. We have a complete stock of, truck tires. 700x20; 750x20; 825* 20. 10-ply. Grade 1. Coast Store. Coast-to.4 40 FOR SALE: Good used electric motor, 2 horse power, 3 phase, inquire Supt. office, Algona high school. 40 A? if ARM OF, YOUR OWN through *a Land Bank loatt"; You fliid the ften and let it be t iftartced through 'Srmers own lending agency which jfovldes greatest'savings and probation for the future. Algohs Na- ibnal Farm Loan Ass'n., 110 S. 36dge St., Ph. 205, E, .H. Hutchins, Sec-Treas. 39-40* FOR SALE: Tenant house, 10x24. Wired for electricity. A-l shape H. E. Skaugstad, Bode. 46* FOR : SALE: WC Allls^Chalmers tractor oh steel, 1937. model. 5 "mi. south on Hobartpn «>ad, 1 ml. NEW HONEY for sale, ti Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motot_ Service, West of Court House. _37lf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical -supports, individually designed. ,< Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa. 37-46* FOR SALE: All porcelain, enamel used coal range, $37.50. Spilles Hardware. 40 FOR SALE: A few baskets of good tomatoes. Lee Hendren, 703 S. Jerome, Algona. 40* FOR SALE: 175 .White Rock pullets. Edmund Frlderes, West Bend. 40* FOR SALE: Cream and white enamel range, water front, 40- gal. water tank. $50. R. A. John-, son, at European Hotel. 40* ThaV U an l«trumeht"o. writing P ur- nni-tlnir to be tlie last \\lll Him Testament of Hubert W. Thompson Deceased, dated January IB, 1944. DK been this day filed, opened an« read. Tuesday the 16th day of October. 1945, is fixed for hearlnB ,ro(.f o£ same at the Court House in AlKfina. Iowa, before the District Court.ot said County, or the Clerk of said Court and at ten o clock A. W. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why sale nstrument should not be Prpbatefl ind allowed as and for the last Will ind Testament of said deceased Dated at AlRona, Iowa, October HBLKN WHITE. Clerk of District Court. AL.MA PKAKSON, Deputy. D. LOWE, Attorney. •» n , .ir«n-, returned ~— —s the/were R«Jte4 fllness of ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Ix»«sch, Pastor October 7— Sunday school at 9:45 a. m..., Divine service at 10:30 a. m. Voters' assembly at 2:00 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "A Warm Hearted Church" Nelson Allen Price, Minister World Communion Sunday anc Rally Day. 9:45 a. m., church school Rally Day. 10:45 a. in., morning worship Sacrament of the Lord's Supper for all believers. Brief message "I Bind My Heart This Tide," by the minister. 5:00 p. m., Junior Methodis Youth Fellowship in the church 7:30 to 10:00 p. m., Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship a the parsonage. Leaders, Richarc Webster and Fred Hutzell. Come and help plan for roller skating party. BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Klttrell, Minister 10 a. m., Sunday school. • 11 a. m., Sunday will be Worldwide Communion Sunday and the Lord's Supper will be served. The church covenant will be read. 7 p. m., Baptist Youth Fellowship. 8 p. m., worship. The sermon will be the first in a series on "The Problems of the Christian Life". CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH John P. Clyde, Minister Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Church service at 11:00 a. m Sermon theme, World-wide Com munion. Pilgrim Fellowship at 7:00 p. m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor World-wide Communion Sun day services October 7th. 10 a. m., church school. A new class for young people out of nigh school will meet for the first tame It will be taught by the pastor. 11 a. m., World-wide Commun» ion Service. ' . . ... 6 p. m., first fall meetmg.of the Junior-Hi and genior Westmm ster Fellowship groups. Lunch will be served at 6 o'clock. FIRST LUTHERAN 9:00 a. m., morning worship Miss Dorothy Eckstrand wil speak. Miss Eckstrand was on he way home on furlough in the fall of 1941 when she was caught b the war in Japanese occupied ter ritory, and spent a}l of-the war u "" last February in mternmen school, invited. . -. 10:00 a. m,, Sund NOTICE FOR SALE: Few Holslein cows, will be fresh in short time. Wilson Legler, Corwith, phone 2585, Luverne. * 40-41* WIRE BROOM RAKES, just re oeived. Spilles Hardware. 40 FOR SALE: Eagle water prool home Insulation, "blown in.," Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Modern 7-room home, one bedroom and, bath ' downstairs, 3 blocks from ""Botsford Lumber Yatd, gdod location $4250. See Joel M'. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. '40 OKiniNAT, NQTICB In tlie District Court of Iowa, In and CORPORATION, Plaintiff, SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House 38tf WALNUTS FOR SALE—Anton Didricksen, 522 So. Jones, Algona. FOR SALE: 1934 Plymouth pick, up. Russell Fisher, Algona phone 26-F121. <FOR SALE: Good Hereford bulls serviceable age, some eligible to register. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley 39-40 11 FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars, both fall, yearlings and spring. They are rugged heavy-bone individuals. New stock for old customers. Joseph A Skow, Wesley. 39-50 to unknown and to e unn nie He K arty. Deceaseil, and to the unknown claimants of Block Seventy-one (7}), all o» C»l) 8 1J1OCK &v\viiiy-v»*> ''f" 7~'V Addition to Algona, Iowa, et a].. TO D THB I ABOVIB-NAME!D DEFTSND- Y?u TS are hereby notified that tie Petition of the above-named plalntltc In the above-entitled action is now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, and which Petition prays for personal judsmen*. against the defendants, Dennis Hegarty, Emroctt HeKarty, Joseph' H«Rartv. Acnes Phillips, Tiny Phillips. O dell Kller and John Kller, for tlie sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety-eight and 48/100 Dollars ($1 798.48), with interest at the rate of five per cent (5%) per annum from and after the 31st day of AUR-. UHt, 1915, and for the costs of action, Including accruing costs and attorney f«e« for plaintiffs attorneys, and cost of extending the Abstract of Title, as money Justly due and owing to plaintiff on a noU' executed by Minnie H-egarty and .Tohn Hegarty, now both deceased, to the plaintiff. Home Owners' Loan Corporation, on the 31st dav of January 1934, and upon an Extension Agreement executed by the defendants, Dennis Hegarty, Emmett Heg- artv Joseph llegarty, Agnes' Phil IPS. noy Fhllllps, O'dell Kller and John Eller. on the IBth day of March, 1940; praying also for tl.e foreclosure of tht mortgage given to secure the pav- ment of said note and interest, by said Minnie Hegarty and John Hog. arty her husband, now both deceased, to the plaintiff covering the following-described real estate, situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: All of Ttlock Seventy-one (71), Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, together with all improvements thereon, heating, plumbing and lighting fixtures and equipment then or thereafter attached to or used in connection with said jirem- PJalntlff further asks that salt' Judgment, together with costs, accruing costs and attorneys fees tor plaintiff's attorneys and interest be established and decreed as a Her against the above-decribed mortgaged premises from the date of said mortgage, to-wlt: January 31. 1934 i Plaintiff further prays that whatever right, title, Interest or claim tnt defendants or any one or morr of them may have shall be declared to be junior and Inferior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage and Judg'"plaintiff further prays for th' Issuance of a Special Execution am' a sale of said mortgaged premises, and prays that the equity of redemption of the defendants, and each and all of them, be forever barred and foreclosed except sue'- rights of redemption as are River by the laws of the State of Iowa: prays for the appointment of a Receiver to take Immediate possession of said mortgaged premises, anrl prays for other and additional equitable relief, all as set out in sail? farlanV west and , south. Carl Grisham. FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc : boars, "Proud Cherfy King" and •Tops" blood lines, well grown with .plenty of ham and bone, weight from'250 to 300 Ibs. Also I tell boar Cimmaron breeding. Corwin C. .Peer,; Algona, rt. 1, . phone 8-F22. 40-47* TOR SALE: Two serviceable registered Holstein bulls, 1 yr. old. J. I. Peer, Algona, phone 8-F22, 40-41* vtnf tt ,& iNfcAifi tile, laid 'to? wtifk, Gowatt . G6.y pheme 2*75j. SlE FOfi Rear S, loans, dfainag* afld ; 6stlrnates eft,e tlie. -— Phil Rohlhaas, phone 22, Algqtia. SELL your late hiodel car to ;u> fof the highest p,fIce. free, information On ceilings. Htienk'MtK to'r Service, West of Court Mouse, . 36tf LOST: Two months ago^—silver identification bracelet and' silver ring. Please return to Jerry Blelch atLusby & Giossi. Rewarfl, - '••' •- '* Wanted WANTED: (Experienced mechanics and hartdy man. Chevrolet Garage. Phone 200. <•. 40 GIRL WANTED to Work in drug Store. Lusby & Glossi. 40tf WOULD-LIKE TO BUY a few stacks of flax straw and. oats straw. 1 am also operating by own feed mill. Ralph Hurlburt, ph. 709, Lone Rock, . - .. . ''"* 40* FOR SALE: Farm light plant, •Delco, good batteries. Good radio. Iron. And 3 motors. All in good shape. Douglas 'Wildin, ph. - -• . ••••- 40*. VANTED: Custom plowing. O. L. Humphrey, across from airport. , - 40» FOR SALE: Brown Swiss open heifers, 4 2-yr. olds and 3 1-yr. olds'. Marvin Junfcermeier, 3 ml. south of Elmore, .Minn. 40 WANTED: Lady sales clerk. Full time'steady employment. Applications will'be taken at ortce. Also application for future positions. Ben' Franklin Store. 40 FOR SALE: 160 acres, no bldgs., $12,800,..Buffalo twp. Henry Boeckholt, Titonka, Iowa. 40-41* FOR SALE: 15-30 IHC tractor, Suitable for-plowing. '37 Pontiac coach. Ray-Doughan, phone 3307, Britt/,- • ,-.. . . -40;-41" FOR SALE: Purebred I Duroc boars from a dandy herd of Durocs. H. J. Bode, 34F3, Algona. .1 40* WANTED! Married-man lor general • farm work, year around job. Separate, farm -with electricity. -Erpelding Bros., Bode Phone 2587 /Livermore. 40-41ch FOR SALE: 110 gal. steel gas tank "~witK faucet. A.' L. Baker, Lone Rock. ,• " ••• 40 * SERVICE STATION and bulk plant for lease with dealers franchise in Algona, Iowa. Tremendous opportunity for energetic man. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Nebraska. 40 FOR SALE: Good wooden elevator hoist.' Cheap: 4 mi. east, Algona on JS.and 3 J /4 north. Donald '' Weaver.':' 40 METHO Open-atr-8-arm. 1ST'RUMMAGE SALE. i?v. ;,.*, .-_,..„__ jyr 0 t orSi 40 Miscellaneous MAYTAG ANI> FRIGIDAIRE AUTHORIZED DEALER Perfection Pipeline, Clean Easj and Chore Boy milking machines Iowa all electric cream separators iOOO Ib. capacity, $128.50. Automatic water heaters, no priorities, Kitchen }ight- fixtures...All metal desk lamps. Portable electric heaters. "B" battery packs. Electric motors. Belts, a display of all sizes. Used: 2 cream separators, hand turn and electric. Good heater. South Bend coal range, all porcelain. 2 electric motors. Wringer rolls for all makes of washing machines. ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone 399 Glenn Crilly 40 CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere thanks that we express our appreciation for the many 1 ;'kindly acts and expressions of sympathy shown at the time of bur recent bereavement, and loss.-of our father, Matt Bor- John Bormann Anna Eischen Mary Becker . .' IGeorge Bormann 40* Frank Bprmann mann. CONCRETE WORK ,qj ! $}' kinds . Clarence Fraser,f'tt)^os>^f39- . Algona. 39*41 TOWN PROPERTY LOW INt'ER- EST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to. purchase emodel, Refinance Homes. Al- ;ona 'Federal Savings & Loan Algona, Iowa. 30t FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish ing. Heavy commercial equip ment. Portable power .plant FOR SALE: John Deere D tractor W. H. Goeders, Sexton. ' 39-40* NEW MACHINERY Letz feed mill and silo filler, Super Six hydraulic manure loader, Freeman Hydraulic manure loader. Flare wagon boxes. Empire Milking Machines. Dynamic drive cream separators. Gasoline skid tanks. Milk coolers. Good used 3 h. p. gas engine and 14" Hammer-mill. KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT STORE John Deere Farm Machinery General Electric Appliances 40* FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: Poland China sows, start farrowing now to 12th of October. O. E. Ely, 5% miles southwest of Titonka. 39-40* FOR SALE: Duroo Jersey boars, from leading blood lines, raised on clean ground, 5 nuleg west of DANCES ' LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Pet, 5 RUU- STATEMENT OF PT.AIKTTli'F'R OATTRR OP AO RT1B SAID PETITION NOW FTT.E. ..... . . You are also f.ereby notified to aooear at »al«t Court in 41p<;«a Ko«»'ith. Count v. Towa.von or before the 15th day of November. 1945. 8"d unl <>ll fl vou so flnnesr vour will be entered and Jufl^w he rendered »«ral n Rt von for the lOWft. I Tuesday, Oct. 9 ScaadJUwvJ»n'« Friday, Pet, 12 Attornovs for 19 H North Tuesday, Qct, 16 M*lek's Accordion WAITRESS WANTED.. Lusby & Giossl. *-"• • ''•'•<•• ••••*.*.- '• 40tl WANTEETTO BUY: 4 >Br"5' room modern house. Oscar Oxley Algona. ; - - -*0* WANTED: Practical nursing, telephone ^118, Fenton. 40ch WANTED: All kinds of farm machinery, tractors, corn shredders,:.etc:; Also .oil burners. Wha have you? TTorestoh Hdwe. & Lbr Co., Foreston, MihH • ' 40-41oh WANTED TO BUY: About 31 acres 1 near Algona, with or without buildings. Who has smal acreage where ex-service man can make home for himself, wife and two children? Send detail CR, care Upper Des Monies, Algona. 4° WANTED: Janitor and h'eatinj "engineer, Algona 'high... schdo building.-Send application to of flee, Supt. of Schools, O. B. Lainj Algona;: ,. >- . • • • • - v :-..-. MEALS TURNED TO GAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY One lady 'said recently that he stomach used to be like a "ga factory!" That is, when she ate • meal it seemed to turn right int gas. She was always bloated, ha awful stomach gas pains, dan headaches and constant irregula bowel action. Now, however, tW la'dy says she is FREE OF STOM ACH GAS and she says the chang is due to taking SYS-TONE., He meals agree with her. No gas r bloat after eating. Headaches an constipation "are gone. "Oh! wha relief" 'states; this lady. "Wh don't other "gas and constipatio sufferers get SYS-TONE?" SYS-TONE contains 12 Grea Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clea gas from stomach, act on sluggis liver and kidneys. Miserable peo pie soon feel different all over, fr don't go on suffering! Get SYS TONE. Lusby & Giossi Dru Store.. _ {••-. ; . . ••'.•'• '•'•.'•• r-' v :••!'• V New Machines For $ale HM 238 power l»£t cultivators. 3-5 h. p. radiator cooled gas engine. Double and single unit milking machines. Electric cream separators. Milk coolers. % h. p. electric motors. Tractor hitch for horse drawn corn planter. Fertilizer attachments for 2-row McCormick-Deering tractor planter. No. 102 horse drawn corn planter, Tractor stalk cutter. Plow fertilizer attachments. Standardized power take-off for H or M tractors. Binder-twine. Flate type wagon boxes, Hydraulic manure loaders to fit H, M or F-20 FARM- ALLS. Air compressors, - Firestone Farm Tires ' ? r*' Farra-Qyl Lubricant! Pontisc Parts and Service ! HammermiU Belts and Splicing Used Machines U;25x84 ftactor rear wheel tires, and tO #H *'*«•¥» «fy|E******'" »'•*» M»MI» ' yT ' WTfwrrm ».»W*TOT™- Hii'jBft varjabje speed JVfcComuck Peering LA engine. No. 4 McCormick Dee^ng cream separator with electric nwtw atttcbjnfnt, Lift all pump f or H tractor. . . '•••'•..• . ' : ; X > Jl£-? ! ^ AJl^^ -: ,. -.- fe NOW! 50 Ibs. GOLD MEDAL ENRICHED FLOUR $2.19 Save 25c, Get Your Coupons Redeemed Here. COUPONS ON i"A€(E S ishes, Celery, Celery Cabbage, Green Pe> pers, Sweet Potatoes, ' •' Yams, Squash, \\ Ground Cherries,:;H Cranberries, Carite- loupe, Red Grapes, ' Concord Grapes, Peaches, Feats, Plums, Watermelon^ Oranges; Apples, Tomatoes, Grapefruit £ Pork Shoulder Roasts, 6 pt». ...^.Ifc. Beef Steak, hb points^..............~lb Beef Roast, no points::!.......-» lb* Pure Meat Wieners, no points.; 36c Spain, no points... .......—. .can 35c Spic the Hormel's hew shortening; Ib 200 Minced Ham, ho points.....———.:lb.;28C; Fresh Bullheads .,,, : .,::.. T ..::::.^. 39i6 >««iii^™^i^™^™i««"™""» , .•'• "•.'.-''Sorensen Grocery Go Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138^-139 Washington Hears Shortage SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATION ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT. USDA ASKS FARMERS TO .FEED MORE GRAIN TO TURKEYS AND ' CHICKENS AND TO LIMIT PROTEIN USE FbR CATTLE AND HOGS. '-. '"*,-' ' . • '. ,'.'--'. Feeders, TANVILAC will help fill that Protein Gap. .We. don't add proteins to your rations, but we help your liyestocis-and poultry breakdown the proteins of-.your grains so'they may be better assimilated: y; v ^ . . •".;'• ^ V-, .\ .'•;.•;- -'•••'. ;/?'•.• A numbif'bf you feeders will have soft coriy to feed this fall; TANVILAC helps keep the digestive tract m fi a' sweetened'condition. Read what "" one of our gcibd feeders found by adding LAC to his home grown grains. Ralph Tlce 6,j ' . September llth, 1945 Alsrona, Iowa • ., ^,, . 'Dear Sir: ••'^'•'"', : i,A : • > ' • Last May we changed .72 head of cattle that were on full feed, to Tanvllac Cattle Feed. We noted that at the end of about 30 days these cattle had cut back on the amount of corn that they had been taking to the extent ,or 18 scoops per day which we estimated amounted to about 137 bushels or about $137.00 savings to us per month, we also thought that our cattle-did better after changing them to the Tanvilac feed. -'.-'•• .' . We have been using the TanvHao feed now for two years on both hogs and cattle with very satisfactory re». o..l«o •' ' '•••• a...'•'' ! suits Very truly yours, G, 8, Buchanan Farm Mgr. You feeders who attended the 4-H Show hero ; this year saw, the. j.Grand Champion 1060 Ib, call |, shown ^4.'|e^"''ib'^^hji' ] Coi^yr.Bw>t- liE WAS ' FED TANVILAC and home grown grains, : ' These Home Grown (Jrains They aid "Pig : Meah ground, | -"' V

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