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•'"' > "•'" DON JUST KEEPS ROLLING ALONG Don £>mith, who doesn't seefti to grow old on either the golf course, post office or bowling alley, Whipped in a 240 game in the Kossuth Bowling League, this week, to take high honors for the keglers. Me topples the pins for. the Tan- vilac team, which also happens to be in first place. Others who burned up the Barry alleys with high scores . were H. Anderson of Burt (224), Lichter of Burt (221), Grotte (215- and Bryant (212)'of Council Oak, Cottoft of Lone Rock (212), and Frank Bleich of Wesley with 200. Team standings: W L Tanvilac 10 2 Burt 1 : : ...12 3 K. of C. I , ....10 5 Wesley Auto 8 4 Wesley Co-op 9 G Becker Sports _ 7 5 Titonka 7 5 Lone Rock - 8 7 Old Style 6 6 Council Oak 6 9 Whittcmore 4 8 Jay. Cees 4 8 Percival Motors 3 6 Algona Barbers, 4 11 Kariawha 4 11 Pioneer Seed 3 9 In the women's league, Jo Sperry and Edna Youngwirth tallied 167 games, Kathryn Kelly turned an a 154, Jo Pelisek had a 152 and Bee Rouze had 151 for top totals. Frozen Feet Win Leave Wesley: Feet that were badly frozen in combat in Europe, brought one reward, a 15-day sick leave, for Lou Garman, who arrived home Monday from North Carolina .after arriving in the states August 1. He was overseas a year and a half. Swea P. O. Sold Swea City: Sale of the Swea City postoffice building to Walter Thompson, East Chain, was reported this week. The building, Iqrmerly housing the State Bank, •was owned by Andy Berens of Bancroft. It is not expected that the postoffice will move. 18 Kin In Services Rev. Jos. Banwart, West Bend, a»pw has 18 grandchildren in service. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert •Wuthrich, Pvt. Russell F. Wuthrick, of Bloomfiel, Iowa, is now in the army at Fort Snelling, Minn. Visits Home, LuVerne Norma Jean Hanselman spent the week end-with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman, -at LuVerne. Norma Jean attends Waldorf college, Forest City. They •were Sunday guests at the Arthur Hanselmans at Garner. A Grandmother Twice St. Benedict: Mrs. Marie Rosenmeyer is the proud grandmother, not of one, but two infants in the past week. A son was born to Mr. •TBCtl Mrs. West (Ruth Penton), 'yQct. 3;^nd another son to Mr. and Mrs. Harris (Maurla Penton), Sept. 20. SCOU1S OFFER A , . 8ayVfrom Ces' Mblftelj wHSrS shl nM visited het dauhtfer Mffc V.- v', s floor- apSrMeiffJi- M ^13 ;N6; »Wo6steT, Pflnlf fflftdefn, Ifnftle* JPip'il, - .cleani Easy' iand Chore Bay ffiffltiJig Father of "St. Teacher Succumb* At Charles City St. Joe: Sister Agnes Marie, first and second grade teacher at the St. Joseph school, returned Monday, Oct. 1, after attending funeral services for her father, who passed away at Charles City. Thelma Borman substituted for her during her absence., Andrew Erpelding was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Wednesday, for treatment. Ralph and John Reding left Tuesday for Miller, S. Dak., to buy feeder cattle. Martha Thilges is assisting with household duties at the Frank Borman home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales and daughter Mary Lou returned from Watkins, Minn., Wednesday after a visit with Mrs. Gales' parents. Mrs. M. T. McGhire and Vera Kayser left Tuesday to visit Pvt. Donald McGuire at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The latter is in the Marines. Pvt. Herman Faber arrived Friday from Camp Fannin, Texas, to spend a 10 day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber and relatives and friends. Betty Jane Bormann, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann returned Friday from Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was taken for medical treatment. Pvt. Robert Cunningham arrived Friday from Camp Fannin, Texas, to spend a 10 day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cunningham and relatives and friends. Mrs. Matt Kirsch and Mrs. Will Reding returned Saturday from Minneapolis where Mrs. Kirsch went to consult a doctor. Mrs. Reding visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Garman. POPULAR COUPLE, SWEA CITY, WED Swea City: Florence Alberts, popular Swea City woman who has been linotypist on the Swea City Herald, and August Peterson, also of Swea City, were married today at The Little Brown Church, at Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearson attended the couple. Mrs. 'Pearson is a sister of the groom. Following the ceremony and a trip, the bride and groom will be at home in Swea City until next spring, when they plan to build a new home on Mr. Peterson's farm, two mies north. of Swea City, where they will move at that time. Mr. Peterson has been in business in Swea City for the past several years, until his decision to move to his farm. The couple are very well known, and respected, in their home community, and carry with them the best wishes of a host of friend. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman took Mr. anct'^Mrs. Ray Koon to Des Moines 'Monday evening, where they -were to take a plane for their home in Bostsn. Mrs. Koon is a sister of Mr. Stillman. SQUIRREL MENU Mow to prepare a good squirrel stew became an unexpected part of the program for a dozen Algona Boy Scouts, last Sunday afternoon. With Earl Sprague, scoutmaster, the boys treked horthwafd early Sunday morning to a prearranged tepot, went through the usual routines, practiced some tracking and commando work, but it was at the arrival of Roger Slagle, who happened by and donated a squirrel to the boys, that the chefs really got to work. In the words of Lee Vandc-r Waal, senior patrol leader of troop 29, here's how it's done: "A pail is filled with water, the squirrel skinned, cleaned and cut up and dropped into the water. Put in eight or ten spuds, a can of green beans, two carrots, steak, fourth shaker of pepper, and some Betty Crocker stuff and stir for the next hour. Then tie a spoon to a small tree limb and get someone to taste it. If comments are favorable, eat it." Gus Lundh and Billy Bryant had charge of the noon rneal, Fred Langmack and Lee were biscuit, makers, Ray Ross and David Vaughn were official samplers, and Bob Kruse was chef for the evening meal. The troop returned early Monday morning, in time for school. Lotts Creek Land Sold Two pieces of land were sold recently to settle the Mrs. Jessie Dalziel estate. Mrs. E. H. Hutchins and her sister. Mrs. Marguerite Dalziel purchased a 160 acre farm in Lotts Creek for $144 an acre. An eighty in the same township was sold to Cecil Bjustrom for $150.50 an acre. HOSPITAL NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL Sept. 17: Elaine Chambers,. Algona, surgical. Sept. 23: Mrs. Harold Peterson, Algona, boy; Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman, Lone Rock, surgical. Sept. 26: Mrs. Larry Long, Wesley, boy. Sept. 27: A. R. Brooks, Algona, surgical. Sept. 29: Rudy Guderian, Algona, surgical; A. L. Smith, Algona, surgical. Sept. 30: Mrs. Ernest Jesse,, Titonka, boy; Mrs. Don Miller, Algona, surgical. Oct. 1: Mrs. Lloyd Deramus, Algona, girl. Oct. 2: Mrs. Alice Broome, Britt, medical. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Sept. 29: Mrs. Roman Waldera, Algona, boy; Mrs. F. S. Norton, Algona, accident; James Brophy, Algona, medical; Mrs. Paul James, Algona, medical. Sept. 30: Mrs. Rinder Krominga, Titonka, medical. Oct. 1: William Doege, Titonka, medical; Mrs. Paul Flaherty, Wesley, surgical; Mrs. Frank Clark, Titonka, magical. Oct. 3: Mrs, William West, Wesley, boy. Fashiojis Like These Give A Store "Class Distinction" We're mighty proud of our 1945 Fall showing of smart Coats, Suits and Dresses and we really believe that despite shortages, we are showing as large and varied a line of fashionable ready to wear as we used to in those ''good old days." And.every garment is strictly a QUALITY garment—designed to give you that "feeling of being well groomed. Our Stocks of Coats, Suits and Dresses Are Large Yes, we have lots and lots of coats, suits and dresses and customers are amazed when they look at the hundreds of fine garments now on display in our attractive second floor department. Such rare items as three-pierce combinations—suit and coat—are here in a bewildering assortment. Dresses are the most critical but we have ample selections in almost ALL SIZES including juniors and half sizes. FLASH—WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAKGE SHIPMENT OF THE POPULAR DORIS DODSON JUNIOR DRESSES THIS WEEK. Fur Coats Are Selling This is the coat-time o£ year and you will find almost all models and sizes in our showing. More coats are coming, in daily and our stocks will be at the high-water mark from now on until the middle of November. Dont' forget us when you buy your FUR COAT—remember we sell our fur coats honestly and reasonably and you do business with a home-salesman who will be here if you need him. That's something to remember. We'll be seein' you. NEWHATS $5,00 - $6,50 - $1,80 GudeifJari ill and cbnlined to H6f bed Mr. and Mts. ffeifft Mdtej Goodell, visited the Iatt6f*s ils> ;er, Mrs. Harry McCbrkle' fthd' family, Sunday, ' •.:>',: Mr. and Mrs. Roberi Huichl* son and Sgt. and Mrs. Pred Asa, of Waterloo, were weekend guests at the R. J. HutChisdri iiome. •,;..'Mrs. A. Hutchison enieriairiid Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker'ai dinner Saturday evening.' Mr. and Mrs. Walker are leaving soon for Deland, Fla,, where they have spent the, past several win* ters. Mr. and Mrs. Mclzar Falkeu-v hainer left Wednesday for Oakland, Caif., to visit Mrs. Falkeh- hainer's mother Mrs. F. W. Wehler, and sister Mrs. Albert Fanvell. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. P. P. Zerfass and her parents Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Windell returned Friday from Des MoiheS and Fairfield where they had visited the other two Windell daughters, Mrs J. H. Thurau in Des Moines and Mrs. James Altwegg in Fairfield. They had been gone since Monday. .-. • . Roberl C. La Bane atrivcd home Tuesday morning from Los Angeles, Calif., where-.-he- had sperit the past three months at a Maritime Service school. He has received his discharge. During the past year Bob has also been at sea with the merchant marine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams are the parents of their second child, born Tuesday morning at the Kossuth hospital, and weigh-* ing 8 Ibs. 13 oz. They haven't named him as yet. This makes a son and daughter for the Wil- liamses. Mary Jane will be 3 years old in December. Mrs. C. ..F. Specht returned home Sunday from a ten-day visit with relatives and friends in Mountain Lake, Elk River and Minneapolis. Her daughter arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and their little daughter Greta Mae accompanied her on the trip. The Larsons live at Forest City. -fti'dht Wednesday for a few days ..visit with relatives. : -'"•'Pie. dftiile C. Lauck, *dh 6f Mr, and Mrs. Herman ;Laiick, of TOiittemofe, was recently transferred front the Infantry to the sigrtal corps, and Is ndw driving ^Mr. and Mrs. W. C, L6iii** of Le Mars, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson. Mr. L^ritz. has been in. service the jpsst 2% .years, and was - 'discharged, two weeks ago. V " a truck .in Tokyo, Japan. Mrst .Mary Hing i^elunied lo Algona for a few days the latter part of the -Week after visiting relatives and' friends in Rockwell City and Fort tiodge. Tfhe first of the week she went to Bancroft to spend her remaining time in Iowa with her sister, Mrs. Ida Adolphson. Mrs. Ring is leaving quite soon 'for her home in California. While in Alf Dna she was a guest of Mrs. lizabeth Holmes. ' Pick LuVerne Sextette LuVerne: After tryouts for the girls' sextette in the high school, here, Barbara Meyer, Genevieve Thompson, Dortna Dehnert, Delores Lund, Nadlne Wittenburg and Harriet Nelson were selected. Barbara is the only member from, last year's sextette. Stephanie Cowling is music instructor, Sgt. Oster Is Home Mrs. Rudy Oster was pleasantly surprised Friday evening by the arrival of her husband Sgt. Rudy Oster. Sgt, Oster has been stationed at pamp Maxey, Texas, and is on a 15-day furlough en-> Toute to Little Rock, Ark. Sgt; and Mrs. Oster will leave Monday for Little Rock. '.-, CARD OF THANKS It is with sincere thanks that we express our appreciation for the lovely floral tributes and memorials and the many kindly acts done in our behalf at the time of our recent bereavement. Mrs. Anna Goetsch and family, LuVerne, Iowa. 41 Ml ' "f • J J Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATE& : Minimum charge 35c for .12. words or less. When paid with. order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No tie-' ents' commission allowed. If advertising, agents charge their clients 4c and send cash .with order they receive. Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. CIGARETTES BY THE.CARTOJH AT BARRY'S RECREATION PARLOR. $1.75. , 4*1 SALE: POTATOES, D«ikot3 Triumph potatges gt $2.75 per 10U • iuS. Suy VOU F Winter supply', Pre-war rope, S-C in, ancM^Jn, Tulip bulbs, priced Yccordirig to 1 size. Algona Flour & Feed. Co., Phone 257. 41 FOR SALE: Circulating heater in first class condition. L. S; Koppen, Wesley. ' 41* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland .China boars. 6 m. w., 4% so., Algona. Leonard Baas, West Bend. ATTENTION FARMERS: We will accept orders (15 bushel limit per customer) for Wisconsiitfs New Wonder Spring Wheat. $5.qo per bushel F.. O. B. Madison! Checks received after supply is exhausted will be returned promptly. SUNNYSIDE SEED FARMS, 937 Waban Hill,. Madison 5, Wisconsin. 41* FOR SALE OR TRADE: Registered Hampshire ' buck. Donald Rieken, Algona. Phone 26F-14 6 41* FOR SALE: Three-quarter iron bed, springs and mattress, goto'd condition. 203 E. Grove, ph. 815, Algona. ' 41 FOR SALE: Int. truck, 1940 model, 1% ton. Algona Produce. ' 41 FOR SALE: No. 3 single row corn picker. 5 mi. N. Sexton, % mi. W. Chester Sill. 41* FOR SALE: 214 acres improved on paving No. 18, 2% miles from town, all good soil. Possession if sold before Nov. 1st. Price $120. This farm is priced to sell. Edw. Capesius, Algona. 41* FOR SALE: 21 head of good feeding cattle, mostly steers. Donald Weaver, 4 mi. east of Algona on H-18, and 3V4 north. 41* FOR SALE: 100 Hampshire ewes. Jerome Hawkins, 1 mile east ot Sexton and 3% north. 41-43* FOR SALE: Spotted boars. Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock. 41-42* FOR SALE: Modern 7-room home at 821 E. North St., needs paint outside, but. inside fine comfortr able home, would bring good rent" al—$4600. ' See Joel M. Herpst, Real Estate & Ins. 41 FOR SALE: All-white procelsln kitchen range, $50. Call 32-F2, Algona. 41* FOR SALE: Purebred Berkshire boars from 4»H litters. Donald Sorlien, 2 miles north of Bode. 41* FOR SALE: F*12 Farra^U tractor and cultivator in excellent condition, rubber front, steel behind, price $425. W. J. Bras?, Fenton. FOR SALE: Heating stove, good condition. Harold Hansen, Lu- Verne. 41* JUST RECEIVEO new assortment of colored blotters—-brown, dark green, yellow, pink, salmon, light green, gray. l§c or 2 for. 2§c., The AJgona Upp*r Pf s, Moines. 41**8 FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China boars. Thick, heavy-boned type, guaranteed breeders. Double vac? cinated, certified Bangs tested. New btopd for fornjej? customer*. Pedigrees furnished;/"Why take a chance on untested stflrit. M« I* Barton^ & ml. efifii'lw *?& SWM, LuVerae, Iowa. ; fJ-'A* HORSES FOR SALE: Sorrel and V.black- sound; broke the .best Wm. Durant,"Algon;fi. .,;,';,. ;41* FOR SALE: Good used white pine lumber. 7000 feet; 1x12-16 ft.- 1x6-16 ft.; 1x8-16.; 1x12-8 ft.;U-6- 3.ft. Charles Patterson, 808 So. Minnesota, Algona. 41* FOR SALE: . Dufoc Jersey boars, from leading blood lines, raised on clean ground. 5 miles west of Algona on Highway 18. O. V. Harlan. . 41-42* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, thick, rugged, dark red. Large group to select from; new breeding for old customers. (Over 20 years a Duroc breeder). John F. Weber, 2 mi. east Irvington. Algona phone 15F22. 41-43* FOR SALE: Few Holstein cows, will be fresh in short time. Wilson Legler, Corwith, phone 2585, Luverne. 40-41* FOR SALE: Eagle water prgpf home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.; phone 275, Algona. 20-S-8tf NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. Jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37tf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical supports, individually designed. Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa, 37-46* FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars, both fall yearlings and spring. They are rugged, heavy-bone individuals. New stock for old customers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 39-50* FOR SALE: 12 ft. wood boat. Good shape. Phone 38-20. Gordon Haase, Fenton, Iowa. 41* FOR SALE: Three black face sheep bucks, Emil Bierstedt, Fenton, Iowa, 3 miles north of Fenton on Highway. 41* FOR SALE: South Bend circulating heater in good condition, Mrs, Melvin Olson, 107 E. Lucas, AJgona. Call after 3 p, m. 4i* FOR SALE: Philco auto radio in good condition, Inquire this Office, 41* FOB SALE: 15-30 McCormick Deering tractor, excellent shape, 28" J. I. Ca$e separator, good as new, Will se}l tractor alone or separator. Alex Radig, Lone Rock, 40*41* SALE.: Purepred BUTQO boars, '<iProud Cherry JCing" and ••Tops" blood lines, well grown With Plenty o| ham and bone, weight <rom 250 to ?QO Ibs, Algc- 1 fall boar Cimaarm breeding. G. Peer, Algona, rt. JU LOST.' doift: ptifse (Jbntalniflg •-- Rosary aftd.Money. -Name on crucifix. Mary 1 Blger-. Reward 'tof return ,to 316/-Mi- Lantry, phone 892-W. , >,':?v : ;V : 17U41 SERVICEMEN!, We photocopy service discharges; bill fold size. Long Studio. (Over Council oak.) •' •:•'•{•'.;'.• 41-43 WANTED: Married matt.to help on farm.- Souse; with 'funning water and electricity.- Gdbd wages. F. L. Ryerson", Surti* 41'-42* WANTED: Ciistdm bean' combining. Kyle Keith, Burti* -41 WANTED: 2^. wheel trailer suitable for hauling coal. Burt Tele" phone Co., Burt, Iowa. 41* WANTED: • Nurse, stenographer, or office girl for physician's office. Write Box 65, Algoha. 41* HATCHING EGGS, Can use limited number of new- flocks.-Eggs to be delivered to the Kossuth County Hatchery ai Algona. Write SPENCER ' CHICK': HATCHERY, SPENCER" 10WA.':#£~;M- : :, 41-42 WANTED: -Lady to : supervise .'and cook '.noon lunch at s ; G'rtiht school.,$4 per, day. Begin Dec*- 3. Supt. Grant School, Ledyisrd,; la. •. ••••• •-.- -' ' : •'- '- •'.•••':••,'!:'.•'•'41 WANTED TORRENT: 160-240 , yacres ijijKossuth, or Emmett cdunty. Prteent. farm : sold. Gladly fftrnish batik and landlord's references. ' Inquire pr^ write Algona Upper DlsMMoihes.:^--' "-'-•-•• to five room house. Inquire Upper Des Moines. '" "17,"."."'-'. .." ''41* GIRL WANTED to work in drug store. Lusby & Giossi. 40tf WAITRESS WANTED. Lusby & Giossi. ' 40tf WANTED: Married man for general farm 'work, ,year , around job. Separate .farm with electricity. Erpelding Bros., Bode. Phone 2587 Livermore. 40-41ch -Miscellaneous CONCRETE WORK -of all kinds. 1600 Ib. caiio. Wor HilkiH'g'y chinesf 20 gal; capaiisity; AutdfMt* tic.; water '-heaters, f nb , prlbatl^S; Kitcheii, light* ii^tli^s; All : vmet;at desk l^hlpsi;. VPdWablS elfectrlo heaters;, "B! ) tfeattefy":"ifecfcs. ''El6S^ trid i motors. Belts,\a display of all sizes. -V'-visN : •.';.-•:*••-••' •-.•'.- '- : «H>' Used: ,2 «eam ieparatbrs, hand iuf n and tlseewic.; Sbtith >Bent ''«bM range, /all 'iwwelaifi; 2 electric motors •-•. •'.;'' '•.';' "';',V". r «- •''• '•'-'.''.'' Wrlhg'er -•I'olls for, : fll -makes '• of washing 'machities.; ' AtXiONl MAV*A4S STORE Phone 1 399 ': Glenn.' Crillyy 41 1M fc A -I D LINOLEUM, !, tUe; laid by MpertSi Work, Cowan: Building. Jfuprts* ca.t phone 376, Aitoftflr-ig-3'8tf' ,w Mfe FOft Heal BafialtiS in • farms, loflftSi dfaihage surveying- and.'.estimates .btt tile, r-Phil; J^ KbWmftas, phone^ 22, Algfihft. 1-rt 4 SELL'. yo'ur late model cat? to u^ for the* highest DHee. Free, information on ceilings. Soenk Moto* Seftflee, West 6f Court House. • •;,•• '•• &siu;- : " . 'o.'--" • ....,' aetf NEW MAHUI ^ Tank heaters, Jdog and poultry feeders, electric motors, pump jacks, water tanks, wagon boxes, endgatp seeders, fertilizer Spreaders, milking machines, Wisconsin air 'cooled engines, Massey If arris ensilage cutter. ." Used Machinery John Deere 1-16 plow,'j. D. 2-16 plow, A. C. 2-14 plow, Oliver 2-16 ploW, :-JoD. "B'? tractbr and cultivator, 21 ft. land roller, W. C. cultivator, ittC No. 3 corn picker. ; i We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Masses-Harris and Firestone. "Firestone" • Tires "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Phone 714 Algona, Iowa 1 "Tractolube" Oil BRADLEY BROS. FOR SALE; Twp "w rvice«M« rei? istere4 Holstein bulls, I yr. old. J, J. F«er, AJgona, phone !: jw sew®, m W4m>, . Bulfato twp- Henry Titonka,

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