The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1946 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 19, 1946
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MRS. MARY FOLEY RITES MARCH 11TH ATWH1TTEMORE ^ Whlttemore: Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Foley, 81, were held Monday at St. Micheal's Catholic church, March 11, at 9:30 a. m. A son, the Rev. John Foley S. J., rend the mass, the Rev. William Veit was sub-deacon, the Rev. J. J. Hyland, Manilla, was deacon, the Rev. John Cullen, of Sutherland, was master of ceremonies, the Rev. William Hyland, Ayrshire, and the Rev. Raymond Pick, assistant pastor of St. Micheal's parish assisted in the sanctuary. Mrs. Foley who became ill last September, and has been confined to her bed ever since, died Friday morning, March 8. Her husband James Foley, preceded her in death Dec. 31, 1925. Mary Foley, nee Flood, was born March 18 1865, at Ban-is, County Carlow, Ireland, and at the age of 27 she accompanied three cousins to the United States and in 1895, Feb. 26, she was united in marriage to James Foley at Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Foley farmed at Rantoul, 111., until the spring of 1909 when .they moved here on their farm four miles southwest of Whittemorc. This union was blessed with seven children, of whom are all living, Francis, Daniel, and Josephine, of here, Sister Mary Dorothea, O. S. N., Sioux City, Sister Mary Cecelia, O. S. N., Detroit, Mich., Rev. John J. Foley, S. J., principal of M-arquette high, Milwaukee, Wis.; and Dr. James B. Foley. M. D., Portland, Ore. Five grandchildren and one sister Mrs. John Murphy, Ireland, survive. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery besides the grave of her husband on the family lot. Pallbearers were Frank Burke, Frank Eisele, Simon Elbert, George Fandel, Edward Farrcll and Edmund O'Brien. All the children were present except Dr. James Foley, who recently had the misfortune to lose a two day old son by death. Relatives who attended were Patrick Leonard, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy, Algona; Micheal Flood and daughter Mary, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. James Coady, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leonard. Mallard: Mrs. Thomas Ryan. Williams: Walter Leonard, and Mrs. Joseph Weydert, Livermore. Meyer Birthday Party— A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr. last week Sunday night to celebrate the birthday of Mr. Meyer. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, of here, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, Lotts Creek. Neighborly CIuT) Meets— The Neighborly club met at the Henry SehuHz home Thursday niaht. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rochleau, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand-' Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Denier, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw, Mr." and Mrs. Alvin Kunz, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. 500 was played at six tables. Eldon Shaw and.Mrs. Walter Fandel, high, Frank Patton and Mrs. Walter Faridel, low. Marion Wcinhold left from Ames Friday for Colorado where she will be employed. Chris Olson moved from his farm west of town Wednesday to the Frambach farm just east of town. Mrs. Vcrn Shinn, Mason City, spent last week with her daughter ami family Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Swanson. Mrs. Annie Dau left for Chicago Thursday night to visit with her daughter Wilma, who is employed in a government office there. Mrs. Clara Pompe and daughter Mrs. Leonard Wctzel. visited at the home of the former's sister Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Schumacher Thursday. Jack Uhlenhake, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake, spent the weekend here with his parents. He is attending Loras college at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron returned the fore part of last week from Oskaloosa and Des Moines where they weve looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson moved to the former James McGovern house now owned by Mike Koppen, who had it remodeled into a two apartment house. The Jolly 500 club met at the home oil Mrs. Joseph Besch Jr., Tuesday afternoon. 500 was played at three tables, Mrs. Edward Besch winning high, and Miss Pauline Kissner, Jow. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erase and their two daughters attended a monthly party held at the home pf Mr. and Mrs. A. Lusman at Lotts Creek Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of here, Mrs. Lloyd Walker and son Gary Allen, and daughter Sal'iri Ann, Mankato, Minn., vis-* lied at the Henry <F. Schultz home Friday evening. Richard Lane, son pf Mr. and Mrs. William Lane, had the misfortune to break hjs wrist while practicing for a boxing match which was held at Presentation Academy Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. 'Herbert Smith re- turned' hete Wednesday froth. San F?aftcls«, Call!., and Mil make their future home in Iowa. Mrs. Smith was the former Esther Ostwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald. Mrs. Herman Schumacher and daughter Susan, and Wililam Durant, Algona, visited at the home of the former's husband's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Sunday. Herman who is in the army is stationed in China. The members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid society held their reg- ular'meeting in the auditorium of the school Thursday afternoon. Hostsesses were Mrs. John Baas, Mrs. Lester Baas, Mrs. Orville Barber and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Voegler and son Connie Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klintwrpth. from Snyder, Neb., visited with the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Weinhold last week. The former were members of Rev. Weinhold's parish at Snyder, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth and their grandchildren Sharl Ann \ and Gary Allen Walker, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck, Lone Rock, Sunday afternoon and evening. The members of the St. Paul's men club met in the auditorium of the Lutheran school last week Tuesday evening, After the business meeting the evening was spent playing 500, Arthur Heidenwith, Henry Kuecker, George Maahs -and George Meyer served the hash. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, Chicago, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. Others who were guests with the Redings last week Sunday evening for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Irving-ton. Classified CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3o per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising; agents charge their clients 4c and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c, For Sale FOR SALE: 240 acres well improved farm, electricity, close to market. Modern bungalow, five rooms and bath, well located, on pavement, $5700. Partly modem six room house on pavement, $3300. Sec D. D. Monlux. 33wll a FOR SALE: Hay rack and running gears. Like new electric McCormick Deering separator. White oak breakfast set. high chair, small ice 'box. Ralph Faith, North Gar- Cield on west side of Riverview cemetery. 11" FOR SALE: Boone and Tama seed oats. Ames test 90%. Raymond Haria, '2 l /-> miles cast Irvington and u north. v 11 -12 s FOR SALE: Ford Ferguson 2-14 plow, like new. Tom Merryman, Ayrshire, Iowa. 17wll w FOR SALE: White enamel automatic washer, gas or electric motor, used 2 years, -in good condition. Elmer Luclwig, West Bend, phone 52on!6. 22wll» FOR SALE: Kozy brooder house, 12x14. Double corn crib and granary 20x28. Joe Madden, Similes north Fenton. II' 1 FOR SALE: Breakfast set, chrome or oak, new. Lurry Youngvvirth, Wesley. llwll'-" FOR SALE: Good -wooden low wheel wagon, Victory National portable milking machine with V:'t h. p. motor. 7 tube electric cabinet radio. Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock. 11-12° FOR SALE: 200 bales bright alfalfa. Bernard Schrauth, 3 west and 1 north Wesley. 11* FOR SALE: House to be moved, 3','- ml. SW of Burl corner on North ',-i of Sec. 4 Union twp. Can be moved at once. $1500. Sec Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 32wll FOR SALE: 1934 Dodge 4-cloor . sedan, clean, good tires, motor .iust overhauled. 1946 licenses, will sell below OPA ceiling. Phone 5331 Bancroft. John N. Vaske. 25wll FOR SALE: Cream enamel kitchen range with v/atar front, polished steel top, full size oven and reservoir, like new. John F. Weber, Irvington, phone Algona 15-F22. 25wll« FOR SALE: New Norge electric hot water heater, 30 gal. capacity. Noaly Hardware and Hatchery, phone 58 Burt. IBwll FOR SALE: Modern house, six rooms and bath, newly finished and decorated, downstairs bath and bedroom, oil heal, large garage, on paving, close in, priced to sell. See D. D." Monlux. 32\vll° FOR SALE: Grade Guernsey cows and heifers. Also 1 purebred Guernsey bull. Carl Brown, Irvington. lawll* FOR SALE: John Deere plow 2-14, with extra ibottom. Also one young srey. gander. Jewel Larson, phone 13-F121. IBwll" FOR SALE: Pre-war kitchen cab- iijgj in perfect condition, porcelain top. Also electric corn popper. June Heidcrscheidt, phone 9-F23. 1 mi. W., 2 1 -', south, Alsona. 20wll' :i FOR SALE: Purebred HeiTcord bulls, 2 years old. Victor Roch- leau, 3 mi. south '..•• mi. west Al- <<ona. ° FOR SALE: 4 500-chick-size brooder stoves, 'perfect working condition. Also one gander. Leo Aman, Algona. 17wll* FOR SALE: McCormick Deering Little Genius plow, 14 inch. R. G. Willrett, Burt. 11* FOR SALE: Tenant house 14x20, 12 ft. under caves, with 12x18 addition. In good shape. $750. Partly wired. Can be seen at Loyal Young farm, Algona, or write A. W. Young, Clear Lake. 11-12* FOR SALE: 3 sows to farrow in 2 or 3 weeks. 4 sheep with i! lambs. Bronze turkey gobbler . A. M. Van Steenberge, 3 miles north Burt. U* FOR SALE: Vi stack of wild hay. Also tractor hitch for 'John Deere -planter, never used. Edwin Hanselmann, LuVerne. 19wll FOR SALE: Improved small acreage on edge of Algona, 8-room modern house, 'barn, chicken houses, etc. Possession soon. $10,000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 26wll FOR SALE: White cottage east of church in Sexton. Possession now. S2600. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. IBwll FOR SALE: Earlyana soybeans. Fred Ha'bogar, Burt, phone 120. 9\vll* FOR SALE: G-room modern house — 3 large bedrooms, oil heat, water softener, electric water heater, all hardwood floors, one of Algona's best homes. Prices $8,000- C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. 11* FOR SALE: Baled red clover hay. George Ferstl, St. Benedict. 9 w 10-11 c FOR SALE: Tama seed oats. Mike Loss, Algona. 10-11* FOR SALE: 10 ft. double disc, McCormick-Deering. In fine condition. Alfred Reding, 3 miles south of Algona and a half mile west. 10-11* (FOR SALE: B high grade Gue'rn- ' sey cows, all milkin-g. Mrs. Alice Bierle, \-> mi. south, f.'i mi. west Lone Rock. IGwO-ll-' FOR SALE: McCormick Deering milking machine with two single unit aluminum pails, Maes and McCormick teat cups. Alphonse Elsbecker, Bancroft. II* BEAUTIFUL small three-quarter size piano. All refinished and fully guaranteed. Priced to sell. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. 11* FOR SALE: F-12 tractor and cultivator. Completely overhauled. A-l condition. J. R. Thompson, Burt. 11" FOR SALE: I.H.C. 14 ft. disc. Good condition One mile east of Algona on Frankl farm. L. A. Baylor. 11* Q. HtUIMAN BRG. CO., LA CROS5E, WIS I'UMiKAL CHAPEL Service The Giuldeu Itule Our Principle Plioiic 521-W Algoua FOfi SALE: 40J3, Baled FOR SALE: Seed Tag Cobblers, U. S. N6.M, $ yea* clean. First year certified WarbaS and Chippewa'g. Also a few Qhlos and B size Cobblers. Buy early, don't 'be disappointed. Still have some good Cobbler table stock. Thoreson Bros., 4 miles west and 3 miles north Swea City. 8tf FOR SALE: Eagle water proof homo insulation, "blown In." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan 'BlHg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Tama seed oats, combined without getting wet,, good germination. Kyle Kieth, Burt. Wanted WANTED-AT ONCE: Male or female help. Part or ful 1 time work. Hours between 8 arid 6, Algona Laundry and Dry-Cleaners. :.22wlllf WANTED: 28 inch roller bearing separator in good shape, prefer Case; also 10 foot power binder in good shape. Give make and- ; price. Waller Gorman, Algona. ' 11* WANTlfi Ttf BUY: i first or second calf 'Hplsteln cow due to freshen, within nexi 30 days, must have; excellent butterfat record, prefer a purebred; Write stating full particulars and price. Andrew C. Hanson, Sexton, Iowa, 30wll w WM^^^S^^S^Hl^^M^^^i^^^^^^ f r. '*"':'•;' .i : - : ';'*Si,i,V.,»:..:: 1 ." >ftvfciw'-;'it&'-AViVii^ WANTED: (Married man. Separate house. Top wages, extras, elec« trlclty furnished. Thoreson Bros., 4 miles West and 3 miles north Swea City. 8tf WANTED: Girl or lady to help •with house work, permanent, farm home, small children. Write Algona Upper Des Moines. lOwlO-ll* WANTED: Used cars. We pay highest prices for used cars. Schultz Bros. Station, phone 975W, Algona. IGw 10-12 For Bent FOR RENT: 4 room house. Electricity. Close in. Hollis Benschoter. 11* Just' aS:y:6u *Wouid e^eet, tile re* cttfds stew" thai the mostvsavfcftgs 8hd safety In ifar.m loans are aVill* able through a farmef-owhiM lending system. Finance youf firm and lihipi'bvemehts with a Federal Land Sank Loaft designed to meet your needs. ' . ALGONA NATIONAL (FARM LOAN ASS'N, E. tt. Hutchins, Sec-Treas. 110 So. Dodge Algpha, la. CASH PAID FOIl CATS—PUPS Cats, full grown, $2.00. Pups, four to eight months, still showing some baby teeth, $4.00. Deliver at out plant west of Fort Dodge 8 a. rn. 10 6 p. m. Monday thru Friday. FORT DODGE SERUM CO. 32w8t£ Lost WANTED: Married man on farm. Carl 'H. Paetz, Algona, Iowa. WANTED: Late model John Deere oats drill, single disc, 7 in. space. V. Patterson, Algona. 14W11* WANT TO BUY: Two gray goose liens. Fred 'McWhorter, phone 3121, Whittemorc. 12W11* WANTED: Experienced beauty operator. Star Beauty Shop, Algona. ... 11 WANTED: Cook. Lusby & Giossi. 11 MALE HELP WANTED. \ .H. J. COWAN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. ' •: 11 WANTED TO BUY: Prcst-o-Litc tank. Must be shiny. Hoenk Motors, west of Court House. 11 WANTED: Iron bed with coil spring and good clean mattress. Phone 082-J, Algona. 13wll WANTED: Single man for general farm work, no dairying-. Call 20-F^4, Algona. 12wll* WANTED: Married man to work on farm. J. H. Jensen, Fenton, Iowa. • 8lf PACKAGE LEFT in wrong car. Shoes and other articles. Leave at Advance office. 11* Miscellaneous DELCO SERVICE We are the authorized distributors for Delco service on the remaining 32V Delco systems in use'now in Hancock, Winnebago, Kossuth counties., If you need a generator, engine, set of batteries, parts, 32V welders, bulbs,. etc. Buy and sell 32V used equipment. Also have 110V Delco water systems and other items. ELECTRIC FARM SUPPLY CO..—Forest City—Titonka 55wll-12 GET A GOOD PRICE FOR YOUR USED CAR, TRUCK OR PICKUP. We are paying. today's top market as we have buyers waiting. The factories are now in production on new cars and the used car market is going to nose dive any- day now. BE SMART AND SEE US IMMEDIATELY. W. E, LEY, LAKOTA, IA. 10-11 PHONE 921 for. prompt radio repair. Logan Radio Service, Algona. lOwlOlf SEE ME FOR Real .Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohl'hgas, phone 22, Algona. tf ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Have how in stock ready to Install these water heaters, ''••-also Delco water systems, everything electrical for the" farmers. Wiring—motors—service. ELECTRIC FARM SUPPLY CO. Britt—Forest City—Titonka 2Gwll-12 DO NOT ORDER BABY CHICKS UNTIL YOU HAVE CALLED AT THE KOSSUTH ^COUNTY HATCHERY, 209 E. State St., Algona, Iowa, phone 800. Newton Scott, Manager. 25w7-12 SELL your late model oar to me for the highest price. Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motoi 1 Service, West of Court House. 36tf 'ELECTRIC FARM SERVICE Farmers have your wiring done, motors repaired, also other equipment serviced or installed by our qualified electricians, buy your electmc, supplies at a electric shop that deals only in farm electric items. Also radio tubes. ELECTRIC FARM SUPPLY CO. Britt—Forest City—Titonka 39vvll-12 Exchange Dcpt. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTUOM'S FURNITURE NEW EL2GTRCOUX Cleaners will be available snon! For information see Don H. Hutchin-j, County Electrolux representative, 619 S. Jones, Algona, phone 832-J. 4Gtf "HATS and FLOWER! Heading right for spring—old fashioned flower be-decked bonnets witH a wonderful, new modern v twist — bswitdiiiig: feather fluffs in the softest of pastels worn right over your brow. Liveable hate, all of them as flattering and young as a first blush. From our new millinery collection. jr&p' '** st/ i i f grans "01" Leans'', t& •,. : feittodeir •fBflhsriet hoinesV;, .Al" f ioha F.ederal Savings St. Loart, Algona, Iowa; 3olf THE KOS&UTH bounty Hdfcehery : Is open again fof the 1948 season, we are ntfw ready to take orders tot all high quality day old and started chicks. Plaofe your or* ders how. Phon6 800 of come In. 209 E. State Street, Algona* 4tf . fdr r *h«f; iTibtites ahd the '..of-kindness extended'to fls at time of our recent bereavement. * Mrs.'.C. Wi Peapsbn .,!•;; » •-.:Mrs, 'T< A, Vaux and fam ly « - Eugene''Poarsiim and famllyY ' ' ' " SANDING arid Hetihish- ing.' Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Cd., phone 276, Algona. 17-3-8tl PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases, .Needles, al- bumS. Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, loAva. , .47tf INLAID LINOLEUM,. Llnowall tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help In our recent Sorrow. For the 'beautiful floral offerings and other kindnesses we are deeply greatful. Mrs. Mary VonBank and family. ' Slwil* . The annual meeting of.the mem-*- bers of the Algorra Cemetery Association (Riverview) will be held, ort Monday, April , 1046, ati.4 p.* m, at the secretary's office. A report of the past year's transactions* •will be read and such business Will be taken care of as properly comes'ibefore this meeting. D. p. Paxson, Sec'y-Treas. ( 56wll-i2 NOTICE Of LETTING Sealed' tolds -will be received nt. the office of the county auditor until 2:00 P. -Mi, March 27, 1946, for grading and incidental worto on 58 miles of roads on the local county system, involving 580,000 cu. yds. of earth excavation. Bidding blanks <and additional information may be obtained from tho'll office of the County engineer, Al-'I gona, Iowa. 10-11 194G. ' .'' j. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor* **" P> l-:\ Lightweight Spring Felts TO Head right this way for yourjJ spring hat. Just arrived — a smooth, new season selection. No matter the shape of your face we have a hat to flatter — no matter the size of your head we havea hat i to fit. Get your' s,p r i n g headgear i h,ere today, For The Bight Spying l,Qok The Clothiers BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH BARRYS

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