PAGE SI5L ifSPfW^fl^ifl^^Ril Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT LAW W, B. QUARTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly Harold F. Fristedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 Algona, Iowa JLAZWIEFEL TITONKA A BRIDE LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 26 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona, Iowa Titonka: Miss Lela Marie el, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Zwiefel, and Marold F. Schlei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schlei of Fenton, were united in holy bands of matrimony Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Wesley Methodist church at Mason City. The Rev. Paul Peterson performed the ceremony. , The bride wore a pale blue street length dress donned with a corsage ot gardenias. She wore a bracelet of her mother's, which is 38 years old. .Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Ccrro Gordo Hotel with 23 relatives and friends attending. They will make their home near Fenton with Mr. Schlel's parents. They have a host of well wishers from Titonka and surrounding neighborhood. J. D. LOWE ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Bids Phono 2157 Algona, Iowa E. ,1. VAN NESS L;iw Offices E. J. Van Ness Delta-Walter 2nd Floor New Heise Building Algona, Iowa HAROLD .!. McNERTNEY LAWYER OfCicc in Hutchinson Bldg. J'honc 35.1 Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. II. CRETZMEYER. M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. MKLVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON phone—Office 197 Res. 101 Across from F. S. Norton & Son DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician and Surgeon Hutchison Bldg. Office Phone 127 Res. 827 DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON DENTIST Office in McEnroe Building OC. Phone 572 Res. Phone 525-W DR. J. P. HERRIG DENTIST Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard & Peterson Bldg. Office Phone 19 Residence 569 Wed 25 Years— Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Mechler held open house all day Sunday, Feb. 3 for all friends and relatives. They had been married for 2o years on that date. Burned In Explosion- Clarence Gingrich was badly burned Thursday when gasoline he had spilled caught fire from a blow torch hew as using. The Tire caught on his trousers and his legs were badly burned. Opens New Business— Otto DeWall opened a plow and welding shop in Titonka. His building is located just west of the locker plant. He has installed the most recently developed grinding and welding systems. Due to 'bad weather and impassable roads, the Titonka school was excused early on Wednesday and school did not resume until Friday morning. Mrs. David Roberts was called from her home in Minneapolis last week, due to the serious illness of her father Dr. R. C. Bali. She was called back to Minneapolis the same week as her husband had been taken to a hospital for an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson took her to Minneapolis Friday. Wayne Mechler has 'been dis- char"ed from the service and is at home again. He was in the service over three years and overseas over two years. John Pink spent a few days last week in Mason City visiting his sister Mrs. H. I. Hawly. who resides there. ",.,*, Oscar Norland accompanied KU- dolf Larson to Chicago Saturday night returning Tuesday morning. Mr. Norland shipped some of his cattle to Chicago. ACADEMYQUP TURNS IN VICTORY Coleman Family ^ Has Reunion Here A Coleman family reunion was held last Week at the Mr. atid Mrs. Harvey Coleman home when their son Ross and family of Louisville, Ky., and other members of the family living nearby were together for the first time in five years. Those who came from Louisville were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman; Ross junior, who was discharged from the army January 17 after two years in the Aleutians; Marcella Coleman and Mrs, A. F. (Minerva) Wagner and daughter Phyllis Jane. Mrs. Emil (Phyllis) Lovstad, and Mrs. Elizabeth Steil, Algona, arc the other two children of Mr, and Mrs. Ross Coleman. In honor of Ross junior's birthdays a family dinner was held Thursday at the Harvey Coleman home. The Ross Colemans have five children and five grandchildren. They returned to their home in Louisville Saturday aftor a week in Algona. BAPTISE 5 CHOOSE MINISTER Swea' City: The ReV\ Ivfih Bachtelt received a practically unantrrious vote for the Baptist pastorate here, at the business meeting following the service Sunday morning. The church hag been without'ft pastor since August, when the Rev. Stanley Anderson resigned to go to Mount PleaSant.. The time of Mr. Baehtell's arrival is indefinite* since the eldest son is ill with scarlet fever, but it is expected he will move the family here by the middle of March. The Bachtells have two sons, one of school age. F"6R 10 Spotted China S<ws/Meftty Bend. FOR SA'Lfi! 1S40. Champion. CelllM !fl condition. Mrs. W. f. Smith, Swgfl . . City, Box 441 57: FbR SALE: on burner;. Shtpler, Butt, ph, 26-iP23, Al* '•" FOR SALE: (Purebred White byood sows. Bred lot* March and April farrow. Geo, Wolf, LuVorne, £h. 36-F16 Cof- wltlv :.; J^ff.' FOR SALE: Baled straw. Phone 40-J3, Algona.; 5-6* OPTOMETRIST A. ^W. AMUNSON Office—Borchardt Bids Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 400 AT WESLEY CREAMERY MEET Wesley: The annual meeting of the Farmers Creamery Company was held Saturday afternoon beginning with a noon lunch which was served to 400 patrons, stockholders, their wives and friends. Wives of the officers and directors and employees, together with their husbands, prepared the meal. The high school band with Mr. Hedges as director, very nicely en. tertained during the noon hour and Frank Barker of the Iowa Dairy Commission of Ames, spoke very interestingly to the group following the noon meal. County Agenl Brown was present and had a part is the program, and Supt. Mullins ot the high school, had his movie projector machine and several reels of pictures' were shown. J. C. Skow presided at the meeting and Paul Engcn, buttermaker and manager, read the financial report which revealed a very goo;l year for 1945. A total of 254,319 pounds of butter was manufactured and the sum of $112,061.03 was paid oul to patrons of the creamery including funds derived from the sales of butter, "buttermilk, nvlk and cream. Four directors were re-elected to succeed themselves including Herman Ostercamp. Carl Star- ouist, Henry Haverly and Thcron Hansen. Other directors include J. C. Skow, Bernard Schrauth and Albert Johnson. J. C. Skow is oresident; Herman Ostercamp, vice president- Vincent Daughan, secretary - treasurer: Paul G. Engen. buttermaker and manager; Joe Drummer, butcher, and Hans P. Engcn, assistant but- termaker. The directors hold a special meeting within a short time for the purpose of election of officers within their own group for the coming year. -, Mrs. Jennie McCrary fel) on the ice Friday, injuring her arm and elbow. Carl Schroeder arrived home the first of last week after having been in service for five years, 4 J /2 years of which were spent in the States. Mr. and Mrs. J. August Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Les Hansen arrived home early this week from Los Angeles and other points of mterest in the west. Clarence Hovey, recently discharged from Navy service, will take a position in the Swea City postoffice, beginning March 1. Clarence was in postal work in the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt and Marlin Hardt left Saturday for a sightseeing trip in the South. They will visit New Orleans, and from there follow the gulf to Florida, thence to Chicago. The Baptist Ladies' Guild will meet Friday afternoon. Hostesses will be Mrs., Geo. Preston, Mrs. Maynard Jensen, and Mrs. Roger .inde. Mrs. Ray Sperbeck will e program leader, and music will be furnished by Nina Pres- FOR SALE: 8-plece walnut dining room suite, excellent condition, reflectory table top, wind-satin covered seats. $60. Mrs. Roman Wllhelmi, ph, 31.41' Wesley. 5* FOR SALE: Choice P. B. Poland China gilts. Bred for -March and April farrow. Breeding dates and papers furnished. 'Bred to outstanding iboar. Louis Reilly, % mi S., % mi. W. of Lone Rock. 5" s : v 'MatWM ftftflv si 8; ^•'V^f'^JlfejB'^ wo^iuK^pMfe^^^P &%• t^^y^jj|gfi.M|^E boldt d« NOY 3; AftKunefti - ;4* be Eipfefieneed girl «* for off 166, iWStej must m. , St, Joje>h Mercy rt JPodgeytowa. .4-6 ATTENTION! I am how buying •hogs at IrVlhgtoh, loWS. Will take any ArnoumV ai any time too .prices. Gerald Frankl, t>hotte 31-F12U >; , 5 * NEW Westlngbouse 100 ampere portable welder available.. Ideal for farm use. Pratt Electric Co. 5 SERVICE: STATION, and bulk .plant for lease, with dealers franchise In Algoria, Iowa. Profitable opportunity lor energetic man. Contact L. L. Coryelt & Son Lincoln* Nebraska. o BEAUTIFUL New Kimball Spinet piano. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. .5* WE BUY pianos, small or medium size. State f rice. Allen Piano Shop, Box 4tf<T, iFort Dodge, Iowa. • 5-t FOR SALE: Grinding alfalfa, last cutting, no rain; has all the leaves, baled and inside. Gerald Frank!,' Irvington, Iowa. -5* BABY CHICKS—Every Wednesday and Saturday. Prices January and February, White Rocks, $11.50 per 100, Leghorns $10 per 100; after March -1, White Rocks $12.50 tier 100. Leghorns $1.1.80, per-1 fiO.. Rhode Island Reds available Feb. 2. Nealy Hatchery '& HrT-rt^arc, Hurt ,Iowa. Phone 58 or 77. 3tf MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa Phone 656 Res. 173 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4M.% Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'n Office \'-> Block South of'Council Oak Store. •BETTER QUALmr -QWCK01 SERVKr HEADQUARTERS For tfade-to-Ordti" RUBBER STAMPS Your order* will be filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! For Sale at The Ateoua Upper pe* Moiues Nprth Dodge St. St Cecelia's Academy basketball team got a few breaks Tuesday night of last week, and won a game from Sacred Heart, Fort Dodge, 3n the latter's floor. The final score was 38 to 23. For the locals, it was a well deserved victory. The Academy quint led at the half, 18 to 9, and did not have a third quarter let- , down, as in previous games, nor some of the ill luck that has dogged the determined team this season. With the Diocesan tourney to start at Fort Dodge last night (Monday), the victory may start the locals on a well-deserved winning streak, although they will run into plenty of competition at Fort Dodge. ] As a reward for their outstanding play, the entire squad was treated to a chicken dinner after the game, before returning home. Winkel again led the Academy scoring, with Bob Winter also turning in a nice offensive game in which the rest of the squad played strong defensive ball. ^ril? SALE: finale water proof hrmir insi'lntion. "blown in." Expert inspection. estlmaUna serv" 'Rer'Crtwfrti Rldg;" Sunrrtv"' Co': ihnnp.-27S. Alctnnn. 20-3-Rf .on. Mrs. J. O. Cammack of Faith. S. D., and Mrs. Bernard Finn, ipr clauehter, were callers at the Chas. Kesler home Sunday afternoon. Mvs. Cammack was visiting at the Finn home, and also nt the Mrs. L. I. Finn home on her way back to Dakota, after attending the funeral of her husband's" sister, Mrs. Maude Myre, Kadclife. Mrs. Kesley and Mrs. Cammack w,e r e girlhood friends. Sgt. Vigdal Due Sgt. Lorcnz H. Vigdal, 116 W. North St., was scheduled to arrive in Los Angeles about Jan.' 29, aboard the USS General Grant, r. news release stated Sat-. urday. ' Add LuVerne Name To Casualty List Orvin Ristau, LuVerne. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ristau, is another Kossulh boy whose , name was not included in the official list o£ World War II -dead. His name will be forwarded to the State Historical Records & Archives dept., Historical Building, Des, r Moines. by this newspaper. ..'..'"'. In any other cases where names have been omitted, relatives are advised to contact the above records office for corrections or addif lions. Unless this is done, official state records will not be accurate or complete. '.' The official list was carried in this newspaper two weeks 'ago. NEW KONF.Y Inr *a'c. n '*>. i $1,00. Hoenk Motor Serv'i West of Court House. 371 ( WE ARE LEAVING ALGONA. Our home and apartment ;ire for saje. Furnished or unfurnished. L. F. Rice, 403 W. McGregor, Al- aona. 52tf For Rent FOR RSNT: Two downstair, unfurnished, partly modern, rooms. 309 E. North St., Algona. Phone 268-LW. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — Al the new' releases. Needles, albums. Kossuth Radio & Electric Algona, Iowa. • ** SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveyini and estimates on tile, Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. t .ACrtB^liift,-. ' •JOUf'-W&tSQ: NEW ELECTRdLUX Cleaner will be available soon! For in formation see Don H. Hutchlns, County lElectroliix representative, 019 S'. Jones, Algpna, phone 46tf TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Vet- -erans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, refinance homes. Algona Federal Sayings & Lo ?. n ! Algona, Iowa.'' 30U SELL YOUR USED CAR, truck or pickup NOW. They are going to get cheaper. See W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. . THE KOSSUTH County Hatchery is open again for the 1946 season. ;We are now ready to take 'orders for all high quality day old and started chicks. PUice your orders now. Phone 800 or come in. 209 E. State Street, Algona. 4tf 'k¥ft m iiif wj^w-*- ^r—^wmwm- w.«w .• n i Jlift, , , LIGHTING at : "'' v 'SStf : i: 5 X... tail mSK Always alert toJ evW^iffiBif^yciiidiit* iti stoi'c ,c<|miH; mcnt, we h^e^hi^A'N^k itt s ^*4^ *??^P^* ^>>, and'more ^ny^6:iii;.1iy«5hBVc^^ yisafs for ilfio^l^iit; ^jfnting •' to a^hicVd perfecti^iV and \vc thlnlcj tnai^ thi^tfcw devejdjimoht i<niH *W* much 'to ybiir Sjhoppin^-'plc&surc, . ,.,.-•;. - ;-.\.-,'•';.;'..•"',' J t .•• :>£<vv -,T|MJSC hctv ;; flxtilresi ; :a|e^ ; ¥•*<$;' ornV deiiijoifativev'^ as'/ ^«1 Wanted YES—Throw your keys away. Wellcndorf can make you some new ones. Wellendorf Garasrc, Alffona. 3-6* WANTE/D TO DO: Housekeeping. Preferably full charge of home. Myrtle St. John. Phone 481-W. 5 WANTED: Man or boy. $20 per •week, room and board. Phone 538. George's Cafe. 5 FLOOR SANDING and Relinish- ing. Heavy commercial equipment,- Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. • .,17-3-8tf WANTED: Modern house or t apartment by March 1. No children; O: F. Drennan, Kos§u£h County Impl. Co. FG FT PF White ------------ 1 0 * Bob Winter ------- 5 J ' Winkel ----------- 8 1 ^ Wcydcrt ---------- 2 « Holtzbauer -------- 0 1 U Dick Winter ------ 0 0 J) 16 6 11 Sacred Heart (20) FG FT PF Chambers . -------- 1 ° } Piepcr ----------- ' » ! Koll ----- ......... 2 2 1 Bid-man ....... --- J •> ? Galvin ------------ 3 0 ' 1 Stieb _____________ 220 Beck .... ........ -_0 _0 J 10 1 11 The return of Tucker White to the squad gave Father Bauer additional strength for a squad all too thin in reserve power. The forward was ineligible the first half of the season. Classified Ads CLASSIFIEP RATES cnts' commission allowed. If Minimum cltanre 35e for 12 advertising agents charffe words or less. When paid with their clients 4c and send cash order, 3e per word; wben with order they receive lc charged, 4c per word. No an- commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: 21 ft, McCormick- Deering disc, in good shape. Can be used as a 21 foot or 14 foot. Joe Reding, 3 miles north and 3 miles east of Whittemore. 5" Plans To Resume Ringsted Newspaper Publication of The Ringsted Dispatch was slated to begin soon, with Richard Hopkins of Waverly as publisher. Since Ralph Anderson went into the Red Cross service, overseas, the paper has not been published. Mr. Anderson is now on the Iowa State College faculty. Hopkins is a war veteran, married, and has two children. FOR SALE: 80 Acres, close to West Bend. All modern buildings. Land is level. High state of cultivation. Good fences. Land is tiled. $250 per A. Lease for 1940 to be assigned. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 5 " s FOR SALE: Black walnut, gate- leg table. 9x12 wool rug and pad. Hand vacuum sweeper. Single roll-a-way bed and mattress, like new. 309 E. North, ph. 268-LW. 5 V FOR SALE: Stack of oat straw. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. 5 FOR SALE: Champion Studebaker, good rubber, nice condition, OPA ceiling. Kirk Auto Co. 5 FOR SALE: 200 bales of straw. J. W. Scholtes, ph. 838-W, Algona. 5 ' f FOR SALE: Red clover hay, baled in barn, first and second cuttings. Vincent Crahan, Livermore 5" FOR SALE: 2-bottom tractor Case plow in good condition. C. E Detrick, Algona. 5* FOR SALE: 180 bales straw, baled from stack. Kenneth McCoy, 7 miles south Algona. ?• FOR SALE: One white enamc kitchen range, nearly new. Mrs Jim Vipond, ph. 7-F31, Algona, Iowa. 5 •' WANTED: Woman for laundry •work. Algona Laundry. & Dry !leaners. 5 WANTED: 'Full or part time female help at once. Algona Laundry ,& Dry Cleaners. WANTED: Experienced ready to wear saleslady. Salary no object if you have proven sales record Woolwards. . £ WANTED: Drug store clerk—gir or young woman. Lusby &. Giossi. 5 WANTED: Assistant popcorn operator, cashier and door man Call 35 after 2 p. m. Algona Theatre Co. WANTED: Pups 4 months to on year old $2.00; delivered to our plant west of Fort Dodge from i a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday through Friday. Fort Dodge Serum Com pany. ;-.'.' . 62t SELL your late model car to me lor the highest price. Free information ori ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service,/West of Court.House, • ; i- • •-•••' • -iV .- . •••:,: ••-••*•.• . "36tf Pent. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE CARD OF THANKS. I wish to extend my thanks to all who came to visit me and who sent me cards during my recen, illness while I was in/the hospital. Mrs. Rosa Stattelmaij. 5 arcr; : l ^softly ; §i£ fus'ed and»•'p^rilciuftlj'ljf . attractive, r'%1 They ^ ^i newet VP n 4. M* 5 ^*?*' •• ^IS 1 anything .slidwri in .'. JlOln(*»' **•%,"** 't.7'•""'" J '"^—.—i,' measurably to> the pres- • tigei o'^'lhisi store.'; ", Purchased iromi and instaHpd by ; The Pjf«itt Elec'tric Cb..df ' * " " H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling; Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. FOR SALE: 2 heavy springing heifers also 1 purebred Holstein bull calf. Garnet Pickard, 2 miles north, 2 cast of Whittemore. 5^' FOR SALE: Model D John Deere tractor. 8-ft. binder. John Miller, 5 miles N. of Sexton, Vjt mile East. 5 FOR SALE: Modern 5-room bungalow. Fred Dransfeldt, 719 N, Minn., Algona. 5* FOR SALE: John Deere 2-row cul. tivator for Model A- A. J. Nauman, 4 Ms miles east, 1 north, Burt. FOR SALE. Reg. milking Short-, horn bulls, sire "Edgewood Royal Duke", only record of merit bull m Kossuth, consider trade for ewes or steers. Berle Priebe, 3 mi. N., IV- 'W., 1 N. Sexton. 5* Ted Vera Buy* End Grocery, Howe Ted Vera has purchased the Fred Martin house on South Minnesota street, just south of the H. M, Hauberg residence. He has also purchased from his latn- er the East End Grocery and has assunied the. managership. FOR SAUE: Sorrell Shetland pony, gentle. 5 years old. Carl F. Callies, Titonka. » v FOR SALE: Lot on south Jerome St. by owner. W. R. Busch, Aldcn, Iowa, Rt. 2. 5-6 FOR SALE: 50 gal. electric water heater, 2000 watt element. Phone 812-W, Algona. " BALED WILD HAY for sale. .Under cover and dry. Richard Garrnan, St. Benedict. O-o" FOR SALE: Steel 'bin, 1650 ibushels. Like new, Alfred Bierstedt, Whittemore. Jl-5" FOR SALE: Used appliances: cream separators, circulating heater, ice 'box, Servel bottle gas ALQONA AfAYTAQ STORE Phone'399 Q)enn Crilly 'OR SAL-E. 6-room house in Hurt, Phone 36 Burt. Mrs. Ned Hardgrove. 5* Justin Two Cases Of Purrey BLANKETS Size 72x84 S5.95 Woodward's CHARITY BALL BENEFIT Basket Ball Game Algona High v» Eagle Grove Friday, Feb. 8 Two Game* 7 ;15 and 3;30 p. m. Only Two Home Gamw Left. Ti«kfti This i» 9, Clarity Ball benftfit, «ai li receipts to gn to the Algoim €h»riUe« Febrwiry IS, Wifh SdM^ . As s'i/fH. tnl •; '•'"• ;,,,.:/ ^:- cmbjrt>ldet«sd flpverS. loop '' . in C^bina iaypq ^cpe. 'B .-,; , breathes of * <;op| swnnif r» 4 tb»i relif* wfo I.
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