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"BACH!-FOWL WESLEYANS ENJOY FAMILY REUNION tytt. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin artd children of Wesley returned Sunday from Milaca, Minn., after attending a family reunion. Two of Clarence's brothers Gilbert and Melvin recently returned from overseas with their discharges, Gilbert having been in Itaty and France for over two years and Melvin having went in at Normandy and went through with Patton's 3rd Army. Gilbert received a medal for notorious service for a period of one year and Melvin received the purple heart. Another brother Fred came back from Tacoma, Wash., to attend the reunion; also two sisters from Minneapolis. This was the first time in 13 years that the family was together. Their mother passed away five years ago. The children helped their father, Nels, celebrate his 77th birthday. LuVerne Cagers Win Third Straight The undefeated boys' basketball team of Lu Verne high school won their third victory of the season by defeating Kanawha by a score of 43-13. Maynard Henderson, stellar forward of the Lu Verne team, was outstanding as an offensive player, making a total of 17 points. Del Moeding, holding down a guard position, credited himself most successfully by accumulating 11 points and playing an exceptionally good game. Also outstanding on the Lu Verne team was Jack McClellan, who sank a total of five field goals for a total of ten points. Larson and Munson of Kanawha were high point men for their team. The Lu Verne second team was defeated by the Kanawha quintet by a score of 21 to 18. The next game will be November 20 with Goldfield. Phone Line Being Changed, Irvington Irvington: Patrons on telephone lines 27 and 15 are planning on removing the spur of old line 27 that crosses the prairie between the Lewis and old Terhune farms. They intend to run it south from the J. A. Johnson corner to the J. A. Maasdam place. This change will make the line easier to repair in winter. County Cagers Get Started; Burt Wins County high schol basketball got under full blast this past week. At Hurt, last Friday, a girls' team made 'its appearance for the first time in many years. Lone Rock furnished the opposition, with Lone Rock winning the girls' game, 43 to 20, and the Burt boys defeating the visitors, 23to 8. Burt led all the way. All county high school teams will be in action this week. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES 9 North Dodge St., Algona, la. Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona, la., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Issued Weekly. J. W. Haggard 8c H. B. Waller Publishers Subscription—$2.50 per year in Kossuth and adjacent area: $3.00 per year elsewhere. Advertising rates, 42c per column inch. SofdptisttiilU Td Collect Books For Russia Dee, 3*12 The Soroptimist club will sponsor the collection of books depicting the American way of life and also Anglo-American works to help replenish the- Russian's English language libraries which were so systematically destroyed by the Nazis. The na* tional drive is sponsored by the American Society for Russian Relief Inc. which held the drive for clothing last year. TjTie Sor- optimists will be assisted by other Algona groups which will be announced later. The drive will begin Monday, December 3 and will continue through Wednesday, December 12. Books may be left in a collection box at the library or at the Cummings Store. Types of books wanted include those by Dreiser, Sinclair Lewis, Hemingway, Steinbeck, Hersey, Aldridge, Pearl Buck, Caldwell, Bromfield, DeKruif, Priestley, Galsworthy, Jack London, Bret Hart, Hamlin Garland, O'Henry, Mark Twain, Wells Shaw, Kipling, Conrad, Hardy, etc. City Paper Delivery May Be On Friday Postoffice authorities announce that it may be impossible to make delivery of Algona papers Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, as heretofore. If papers are not received, that is the reason. This week, The Upper Des Moines will go to press on its final run Wednesday afternoon, to enable members of the force to enjoy a normal Thanksgiving on Thursday. The papers will not reach subscribers until Friday morning, however. Discharge for Ingebritson Ben Ingebritson arrived home Saturday from Ft. Knox, Ky., with a discharge from army service. He had been an instructor in a heavy tank armoured division and had been in the service eight months. He was employed at Dau's Garage before going into the service. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:30; 9:00; 10:30. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "A Warm Hearted Church" 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:45 a. m., morning worship. 5:00 p. m., Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship. 7:30 Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship in the church. Leader, Bert Baldwin. Social hour in charge of Ruth Baldwin. BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. KHtrell, Pastor The Sunday school, which meets at ten o'clock, will study the lesson "Christians Working Together in the Community." The evident theme, "The Missionary Needs of the World", should open our eyes to the needs of the day and our nrivilege in helping others. This sermon will be given Sunday morning at eleven o'clock in the worship service. The second sermon in the series of "The Uniqueness of Christianity" will be given Sunday evening at eight o'clock under the title "The Christian Has .A Unique Message." CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH John P. Clyde, Minister Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m. Sermon theme. A Look Inside the Sky. FOR SALjfi: Barred RoekVMew Hampshire crossed pullets. Henry .Elsenbarth, 5% miles east, 3 miles south of Algona. 47-48* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars of outstanding quality. These boars are the best we .have ever raised. Farmer priced. New blood for old customers. Also some fine quality gilts. A. H. Streeter, 4% N,, 3 miles east Renwick. 47-50* FOR SALE: 2-row McCormick- Deering picker in excellent condition, below ceiling or will trade for small tractor. 4 mi. south IVi E. Titonka. Ph. 6-F27, Glenn Zwiefel. 47* FARMERS: We have a few tons of 0-20-0 fertilizer left. Swift & Co. 46-47 ^^•^•^i^^^HMMH^^^^^^^^ — Farm Land at AUCTION I will sell at Public Auction, on WED., NOV. 28 At 2 o'clock P. M., on the Premises, the following described Farm, to' wit: The Northwest Quarter of Section 19-9525 Hancock County, Iowa. This farm is located 2 miles West and 4 miles South of Britt Iowa; 7 miles North and 3 miles W*st of Kanawha. IOWA, and 13 miles North and 5 miles East pf Corwith, Iowa. On main graveled road, one mile from country school. The improvements consist of a. good 5 room house, a fair barn, hen house, good grove, well and etc. R. F. D. and also R. E! A. in front of the buildings, however the R. E. A. is not C ° nl The t»il on this farm is largely Webster and Clarion Loam, with some muck in the pasture. . 10% of the purchase price to be paid in cash pn day or sale, the balance of Hhe purchase price, over and above the unpaid balance of a mortgage now on the land in the sum oi $6850 is to be paid in cash on or before March 1st, 1946. Full possession of this farm will be given the purchaser on March 1st, 1946, when settlement is made. Can arrange to give possession of the buildings and pasture land at any time. Conveyance will be made by warranty deed, together with abstract of title showing merchantable title at the time of set* further information call or write the undersigned, at Spencer, Iowa. P, J. CLAER and W. K. BLACKWELL, Managers Win. (PUD Todd, Auctioneer FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc Jersey boars, *k mile south and 4'/4 west of Titonka. Paul Krueger. 46-47* FOR SALE: Single row McCormick-Deering corn picker,' used this season, old machine in good shape. 4 mi. east on 18 and 3Vt north of Algona. Donald Weaver. 47* FOR SALE: 63 head thrifty fall pigs. Also Kewanee elevator, 40 ft. long. Ed Arend, Algona. 47* FOR SALE: 1935 Chevrolet. Inquire at Room 12 above Iowa State Bank. . 47* FOR SALE: Registered milking Shorthorn bulls from 1 to 13 mo. old. Phone 3501, Lone Rock. W. G. Kading. . 47-48* FOR SALE: Allis-Chalmers tractor with lights and rubber front and rear, very clean and in very good condition, ready to go to work. Also cultivator and power lift. Bargain. Elof Pearson, Wesley. 47-50* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. Over 50% of our boars go to old customers. Aaron W. Steussy, LuVerne. 47-48* her. UfidiJf cllffinf. McBbnald, FOB SALE:, folftl Must sell at bttoe, several inv proved and Uhiih^fdVM fdrnlia it) Kbssuth and Paid? Alto ^ ; i&6Hhtfel Priced fight te njulek sale. Write or phtfhe D, L. McDonald, .Alg&ha or see your broker, Ph. 125; 47-48* FOR SALE: Out ! M.state resident must sell, 80 'acres located 8 miles N. E. of AlMia, Bargain. Mickey MbWhprtStS Wellington Hotel, Omaha, New. : 47 FOR SALE: Purebred Pdlahd China boars, 2 mi. north, 2 east of Whittemore. T. "R. Pickard. 47* FOR SALE: 'Registered buroc boars, deep bodied, -dark red. excellent " quality,- guaranteed breeders, wt. 300 Ibs. arid over. Howard Northrop, 4% ml. E. Bancroft. •'•'/. 47*48* FOR SAlLE: Hydraulic wagon hoist, electric hog'waterer, electric chicken water:\Warmers, all types of tank heaters. Kossuth Co. Implement Store, John Deere and General Electric, .ph. 850, Algona. 47* FOR SALE: 1200 watt windcharg- er, 21 plate batteries, Delco motor, small motors, good vacuum cleaner. John H. Rich, Alg'Sna, Iowa. '47* FOR SALE: Purebred black Angus bull; good breeder. Howard Lunberry, 2 E., 4 N., % E. of Algona. . .. , -ii.:,- 47-48* FOR SALE: Choice purebred Poland China spring and fall boars. Best of blood lines and Well grown. Papers free. Farmers' prices. Vz mi. South',-'% mi. West of Lone Rock. Louis H. Reilly. 47-48* FOR SALE: 1941 DeLuxe Tudor Sedan Champion Studebaker, radio and heater. A-l condition. Within OPA. E. H. Muhle, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 47 FOR SALE: Pureured black Poland China winter and spring boars, John Bockes; Lu Verne. 46-51* FOR SALE: Poland China boars, ready 'for service, cholera' immune. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 46:49* FOR SALE: Purebred DurOc boars, thick, rugged, dark red. Large group to select from; new Folt SALUs ;Puretired HantpsJilfi boarS,; tfJlrl fbod. CK M> Will, 4 mi. east •"'-* " : '""" f OR SALEY Choice Poland CnlM board; these foo'aHS have quality; Jess Dugan, four miles west, Vi mile south of fiurt. 46«4B* FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown. In." Expert iftspecttonv estimating getv* Ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply eo. phone 276, Algona. FOR SALE: 60 acres about 7 miles southwest of Swea City; fair improvements! excellent soil; immediate possession, if desired. 80 acres about 10 miles northwest of Algona; good improvements: excellent soil; .possesion next March 1st. HUTCHISON & HOUGH, Security State Bank Bldg., Algona, Iowa.-- 46-47 FOR SALE: Spotted Poland purebred boars! Connie Kohlhaas, Livermore. 46-48* FOR SALE: 100 Leghorn hens; McCormick-Deerlng cream separator. Urban Kramer, phone 23F13, 5 mis. west, 1 south Algona. 46-47* FOR SALE: 'My 12 room residence in Wesley. Completely modern, including stoker heat and electric water heater. Dr. R. K. Richardson, Wesley. 46-47* FOR SALE: Hampshire boars. Vern Hoppe, 6 mi. north and % mi. east of Whittemore. 44-47* 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: Purebred Duroc boars, "Proud Cherry King" and "Tops" blood lines, well grown with plenty of ham and bone, weight from 250 to 300 Ibs. Also 1 fall boar Cimmaron breeding. Corwin C. Peer, .Algona, rt. ,1, phone 8-F22. 40-47* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. V4 mile south % mile west Lone Rock. R. Bierle. 44-47* FOR SALE: 45 Duroc boars, choice, 225 to 270 Ibs. New stock for old customers. Matt Weydert, ittlf efl llo'flth :o! '" ...... 4840* I A ' JLV* . -.SO»W». u \ * »« ' T _.. T . J6eftR :M6t8* SefVice. West e£ GoitftiHbuse, : v 37W . A Blfi^fl MbttiS IHSulatlbft 1H stalled, to* estimate call Dei Ldattfcagh, Thrnie 7"87, t ep^esewt* tai Wofftthdtidt H6M« Ihsulatwti CO. '.-, .,",.. ' : , .:'; -'.44tf f oif Kent FOR RiBNtf: 2 well-located heat* ed office rooms. Phone 585 fimme'tslSUrg. ' 47-50* FOR RENT: VacUUhi clearierS, 60o hour. Pratt Electric, ph6ne 1W Wanted WANTED: A school girl, or girl for full or part time work Phone 912; 47* corn picker any make, in good condition Nick Elschett, Lu Verne, phone 2562. 47* WANTED: Married man to work on'farm, good tenant house, top wages. E. K, Johnson, Fenton, la . - . 47tf WANTED: An apartment or smal house, Ph. 16-F12, Algona. Mrs. Francis Platt. 47* HATCHiiNG EGGS. Can use llm- * ited number of neW flocks. Eggs to • be delivered to the Kossuth County Hatchery'at Algona. Write SPENCER OHICK HATCHERY, SPENCER, IOWA. 46-48 WANTED.:. 'Lady for 'general housework. Call 21-J3 or write Hancock Co. Farm, Garner, Iowa. .-, • "...-. . .-:.,'• •• ••, ;.46-50* HELP WANTED YOUR CHANCE to operate a congenial business that .will yield a fine income and give you greater independence than most ordinary jobs offer.; You will be the boss and have an opportunity to accumulate substantial savings. An automobile As the only investment. Nearby 'opening. For complete details and without' obligation write: The J. R. Watklhs Company R16R, Winona, Minn. . 47-49* THE CAR OFFERING THE NEW GENERAL MOTORS HYDRA-MATIC DRIVE Hydra-Matic Drive is a combination of a fluii coupling g.nd a fully automatic trans- mUfion. Gear« ihift automatically thrqugh all four forward »pepd«, *nd there'a not oven 9 clu tch pedal fn the tw/ WITH MANY NEW ADVANCEMENTS "Look to Olds For All That's'NewI" Look to America's oldest motor car manufacturer for the newest, smartest thing in 1946 models—and the newest, simplest way to drive. The 1946 Qlds- mobile, yrith General Motors' new and finer, Hydra-Matio Drive, w here now —/pf-*M to come and see/ And it's truly NPW in every sense of the word. The appearance is different from any previous Oldsmobile—with newly tailored lines, smart new front' end design, and newly appointed Potties by Fisher. The performance is new, due to smoother and. livelier "Fire-Power" engines. There ar? many new ad- vnncwnentj throughout the chassis to provide greater rugged' ness and reliability. Hydra-Matic Drive i« new, too, First introduced by OldsmobUe in 1939, and thoroughly battle-proved in fast Army tanks during th? war. this great pen* eral Motors development ha» now been made even finer ( sjn'oother, and longer lasting than ever , , , for the new 1946 Qldsmobije. You are invited tp come in, tee sod in< ipect thjt, great new General J^gtori car. QkJwnobjl? ha» bfen building quality eutompbilw for newly fifty ye«», the time. ~ ^PSWfwl OldstnpfeUs of |J| ' HOENK MOTOR SERVICE West of Court Home Will be '':Vi» i -". ; »'-r •"•' . '*• The ^utpoSe 1 : or tWI > melting is to tfaftsacti such *iuSifife|l?i%. way the eleotibh oi thrM'aire«tafs.;13i* rectors Whbs'e. tiSfitts >6J§irl6 are-* A/ A, S6hlpuft Chas.vQuihh and Clark Scjiffhaffi, : - .'H;^^' ; -.-/: :•:41 A, •L;!Bfbwh;'9,|di!e.tafy < BUSINESS ,WAtf*E6uW!.» trade my well iiiijrfdVtt^ :• lliM hear here and w.iftd6hi'fb*;tft6rchandise business. Wf 116 Box 263,- Iiake- field,Mihn.V Y v>v , • 45*47* aitd bulk plant for itase with I 4 eale rs franchise In. Aigdha; ^io'wai Pro- fit^ble" bpportuBity for energetic men. Contact Li L. Cbf'yell & Son, Lincoln,;Nebr. y V- 1 / V 47 FARM LOANS:, iriw Interest, dividends being paid to'members, adaptable to the -t)meS T ;and conditions, long term with liberal payment options, no fees 6P «6mmls- sions. i ALGONA NAT'L FARM LOAN ASS'N. 'fi.'H. Hutchins, Sec-.Treas., llO So.-Dodge St., Algorta, Iowa. ,;,--''4B-47* MAYTAG, FMOTtoAtfcE AND NORGE Aufttd|lKBfli DEALER Frigidaire ^refrl^eratqrs ahd electric ^ranges'. ljbrg|i refrigera- "tors.^ Maytag washing fnacHlneS. Clean Easy, Chore 'Boy- arid. Perfection Pipeline bilking machines. Iowa cream scparajtor?. Mi and 1/3 ,h. p. electric motors:V"B" battery packs, Fluoresc6iit" light fixtures and tubes. Wet flashlight batteries to run 2 hours, can be recharged. Used: Washing machine, circulating heater, 2 6reanl ; :separators. We repair all make? of washing machines and refrigerators. : , Exch»n»* Uepl. •;•'.: GiBod .Uled fufnlt^lro nihing iabm^-Living torn Bfeaktast sets,,Buffets, ;R« the heVir releases. Needles, Jit" bums: Kossuth Radio & iEieetrl.6,1 Algoria, ibwa. .'.''•• 47MJ INILAID 'tile, laid by experts. Custbitt work. Cowan ... Building Co,, phone 276, Algbria. SEE ME FOR' Real Bargains -i« farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates 6n tiler ;Phil J* Kohlhaas, phone 22i Algdna,' if SELL your late m'oael car to rt6 for the highest pric.e. Free iri--" formation on ceilings. Moepk Motor Service, West 6f Court House. • - . •-.- -'-'•:. ' •'•- • '', '': . 3611 ELECTROLUX , Cleane>s will be available soon! For in-, formation see Dbri H. Hutehtas, County Electrolux representative,. 819 S. Jones, Algona, phone 832-J.-:.: ;•;.,,'•„ '.•••••••• •-'{ ..-46« NORTH lOV^A FARMS .;.;.• , FOR SALE ••?: ', . , The Iowa Defense Relocation,Corporation has for immediate' sale improvecl and unimproved' quarter Sections and improved: half-sec- tlons. March 1, 1946 posesssloH. For information 'write : or see \ Charles O. Doty at either Room 407-A .Old Federal Building, Des. Moines, Iowa, or Algona, Iowa. Double Duty

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