The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT. .ALC30NA LETTER OF THANKS FROM DUTCH FOLKS Lone R6ck: Mr. iincl Mrs. Louis Reilly of Lone Rock recently 1 received a letter and two pictures from a family in Holland, thanking them for packages forwarded by the generous lone Rock folks, and telling them something of themselves. The letter follows, in part: ' "Dear' Family—We received your letter and again two parcels with splendid things in it. All came in very opportunity. The children are fond of the pur'cli'ig and th 1 .- somi-lropical fruit are also delicious. Yes, in one' word, all things you send are fine, and we I hank you . . . the little trousers fit good and are warm for the boys. We are very •busy unearthing potatoes. That goes from early in. the mo> ning till late in the evening, and therefore you understand that writing a letter comes in the second place. It was here the last weeks' very fine weather with now and then a thunder shower.' I, myself, have had malaria and I am not my old self again for I lost, ten pounds flesh. We send a photo of us all, made in May, U>4C>. My wife asked if you can gel blankets for us. We can't gel them here . . . with our kind regards to you all and once more our thanks for all your aid for us—J. J. Brunia, Lendbou- vver, Almenum. Spanish Vets Picnic The 52nd Iowa picnic and reunion of Iowa Spanish-American War Veterans will be held Sunday, August 11, at the fairgrounds, Webster City. All' Spanish war vets and their fam- Mus are invited. is Amphibious Grad Bruce J. Shore, marine private first class, son of Glen J. Shore, 515 Fair St., was recently gracl- .laled from the amphibious trafn school of the marine corps at Camp Pendlclon, Calif. He will not be transferred to a fleet marine force unit for further training and assignment. ANNOUNCING! New Barber Shop NOW OPEN IN WESLEY w w an<WI>ulh» I You Patronage Will Be Appreciated! REESE MARTIN Mrs. Sam Merlin returned Wed* ncsdny from Iowa City where sh( had gone on Sunday with Mr. ant Mrs. Edward Callies" and' their son Herbert, to be-with her father Otto Callies, 71, who has 'been at the university hospital the past few weeks. He had surgery Monday and is getting along nicely. Edr ward Callies is his brother. .Mrs. Mcdin 'Went to Cedar Rapids 16 visit Mr. ami iMrs. A. F. Schmidt, parents of her daughter-in-law Mrs. Carl Mediri. Carl is located at Orland, Calif., and is associated with the Golden States Inc., a company which manufacturers medicated bab/y foods. His wife and children went to Omaha last week and flew from there to join him. Mrs. A. L. Loiiff suffered a stroke early Wednesday morning and is in rather poor condition. She is at .her home, but is being kept very quiet with no callers and it is hoped her condition will be much improved in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Deinaray and their sons Billie and John came Friday for a couple of days with the former's mother Mrs LeRoy MeWhorler. From here they went to a nothcrn lake for the fishing. Josie McEvoy went to Gract- linger Wednesday and remained I'll Sunday with her sister Mrs. Alice Bradley. Barbara and Sharon, daughters* of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Luchvig, Pocatello, Idaho, are visiting their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. Last week they visited their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butterfied at Elmore. The girls will spend the rest of the summer here and their then: later. ' mother may join Almost Have You k Ordered Your i R. SUPERIOR COAL Country and Cily Orders Filled at Once From Stock on Hand. A Carload of Fencing Needs Is IScing Shipped to F. S. Norton & Son 1,000 6-ft. Steel Fence Posts Woven and Barbed Wire Wood Posts—Creosoted White and Cedar Poles and Posts PLACE YOUK OBDE1I NOW! F. S. NORTON & SON Fuels Building Supplies 4LGONA, IOWA PHONE 229 the t)6it Bocvers family and Of and (Mrs.; R. J. Snyde'r, Swea City returned Sunday from a vacation at Three Lakes,>'.Wts. Mrs. MayMe ftfimsoh rclnfnptl to her home at Mason Gity Wednesday after a lew-day's Visit Mrs. Jean .Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Lewis returned home early in ths week following a several days visit with the former's sister Mrs. H. R. Cowan and brother i)on. The visitors are .forrrier Algonans, who moved away 30 years ago. Mr. Smith, a postal employee here, is \B now postmaster at Lewis. The daughter Marian Jean Is -married and lives at Chicago; Barbara, married and living at Los Angeles. James, ex-service man who served in the south Pacific. Is attending school at Ames, and Margery now at Drake university, majoring in inuslc. will teach at-Dallas Center. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Molitor and daughter Diane of Glendale, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs AlbeVt Ogre,n recently enroute from 'Minneapois to their home. The Molitors lived in Algonn a few years ago and Mr. Molitor 'was salesman for an oil company. Leland" Strahm, Bathe, Kan., also visited the .Ogrens recently. He became acquainted With Jiem when in service and stationed here. Marcia, daughter of Judge anil VIrs. G. W. Stillman returned last Tuesday from Dolliver where she had visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman. The Stillmans left Sunday for the Black Hills, the Big Horn mountains and Yellowstone park Mr. and Mrs. Leon went to Iowa City Thursday where Mr. Cartwright entered the university hospital for observa- Phyliis, daughter of Mr. fthd Mrs. Nor.ffian. Crawford,- fetuMM to Des Moines last .Tuesday" jtef* lowing a visit with her frareTfltt. Miss Cr'afoford is a nXjrsev'af IM Mercy hospital., , • . v- Mr. and Mrs! Leo Getter KM riaiph Gerber 6f Rodkfdrd,'111., afS visiting Mflrry Helmpke ahd (Mr. and Mrs. Beh Gerber, the^parehts, nt West Efend. -Mrs. Melmpke Is a daughter bf Ben Grerbers; Mrs. Stewart Barnes and her little soh Stephen accompanied Mrs. Barnes Sr. arid daughter Bev* erly to Des Moines last Week, 6nd after a visit there left fihursday for Ft. Worth, Tex., to join Mr. Barnes'who located there a month ago. Mrs. Barnes is the former Jane Laird. Donna Mahoncy, employed at Kent's, and Evelyn Johnson, 'employed at Funk & Deim's,' spenT Ihe past week at the Okotoojis, Dcpt. Chlef-of-staff It. S. Montgomery will be at Paullfna Tuesday, Aug. 6 and at LeMars August 0, to organize V. F. Vf.. chapters, Mrs. Montgomery 'Will adcompany Film. . • , Mrs. Raymond Reid Is a patient at the Kossuth hospital and is receiving treatment for sciatica, with vvhich she has been troubled previously. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sever'ahd •.en Edward, of Detroit, Mich., have .•"GRn visiting Harold Wesley. Mrs. Wesley is a niece of Mn and Mrs. arrftTa £fW4k{'. m''$titi again iirFgenV 'PhbfSe 384, Alpha'. ;,,!;l«i6tttttlfti •^ii3^^1«forow »ttmini?rbfi*H^lvTfl|tS!-.. Srea»faSI:sete,'8uffelfii ijttofflP^'" ' lion. Bernaclinc Mahoncy, employed at Omaha in an insurance office, is spending her two weeks vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney. 'Her brother James enrolled at the Minnesota state university, 'Minneapolis, is also here and has not decided whether to return to school or accept a portion offered him in the adminis- 'ration building there. Another son Russell, in -foreign service, has •vritten his parents that he expects -lischarge. Guests at the Mahoneys 'ast weekend were their son-in- 'aw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Onn Luciwig' of West Bend. Mrs. John Schimmel is slowly improving .from an attack of sciatica she suffered a few weeks ago. Mrs. Jack Craig: and her three children returned Sunday from Clear Lake where she had spent a j week with her brother and sistr- | in-law (Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hertig. During her a'bsence her sister Mrs. Wayman 'Clossen, of Mason City, rrma tn care for their mother Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Haubergs Home From Wer t Coast Jaunt Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg returned Wednesday from a six weeks auto trip to the ' West coast. It was Mr. HaubergV first lengthy vacation from the Chris* chilles store in several years; They drove over 7000 miles, gOr ing'out by way of Salt Lake'to California, up the coast to Sr>Q : kane, and home through Montana, where they stopped at Helena to visit his brother L. T. Hau'berg. L. T. is grand secret-ivy for the Masonic bodies of Montana. . . Among Algonians whom they saw in California were Ross Quinby, San Gabriel; P. A. Krauses. Pomona; Dr. Lee Nu- eents, Burbank; Verle Vincents, Beverly Hills; C. A. Palmers, HoJlywood; and the Frank Mathcs family at Pasadena. Mr. Quinby recently sold ' his home and will live with his sister Mrs, ""'•'on! While they were in the Miilhfis Cafe one, day they ran into Don Akre and Eldon fio- vev\, . '•• The trip was a .most enjoyable one, with practically 010 car trouble, but Herman says Algona still looks the best ..to him. vvurds or less. VVIicu paid w ••rili-r. Sc per word: «'h^ cnargcd, 4c per word. No if; their clients 4c anil sciid easli nilli order they receive Ic. roiiimission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Irish cobbler potatoes. A. F. Curran. Phone 417-J. 31-3g* FOR SALE:.. New air compressor and new air grease gun — t'ur [arm or garage. New .electric motor. One car garage, Kossuth Oil Co., Algona. 31-32 FOR SALE: Two burner electric plate, three speeds, used one month. J. D. Peters, Burl. FGK SALE: Red Sour Pitted Cherries, sugar added, 30 Ibs. $9.49. Also Peaches, Pineapple. Apricots, Strawberries, etc. Consumers Food Store. 31. FOR SALE: Electrolux refrigerator. A-l condition. Rex Swanson, phone 3781, Whittemore. ''.': 17'w3i* FOR SALE: 120 acres Kossuth county, good house, other buildings poor. Soil the best needs some tile. Price $130 per acre. .Some terms. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 27w30-31* FOR SALE: 1929 Chevrolet ,coach. Runs good. f Fair rubber. Kirk Auto Co. 31 FOR SALE: 80 A. Kossuth county. Extra well improved. ',•. mile northwest Lone Rock. Modern home. Wei] tiled. 40 fruit trees, 100 Kvergreens. Level, high producer. See this. A. E. Jorgensen, Lona Rock Iowa. 31* FOR SALE: Copper-clad range, •white with chrome trim, prewar, like new. White breakfast set with four chairs and extra table leaf. Clarence Nelson, Wesley, iowu. ' FOR SALE: Regular Farmall tractor and cultivator, excellent condition, on rubber. Frank A. Smith, N. Thorington St., Algona. _; 17w31 * FOR SALE: John Deere tractor plow, 2-12, practically new. N. F. Weber, Wesley. ]2w31* FOR SALE: 16 acres close to Algona, good house and barn, dec- trie lights, 10 acres plow land. $4500. C. W. Nicoulin, Algonu, iowa. Office over Iowa State Bank. ^^ 27w31* FOR SALE: Improved 160 acre farm—near Bancroft. 80 ucres excellent crop land—balance blus griiss pasture. $110.00 per acre. Terms. Murtagh & Son, Security State Banjt. 25w31* FOR SALE: Four farms-^3 quarters and an acreage in NE part of Algona. Also the Herman house at 607 E. State St. O. E. Hott, Algona, phone 389-W. 25w31* ("OR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation,' "blown In." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply C6i, phone 275, Algpna. 20-3-8W FOR SALE: Desk dispensers in. two sizes for scotch cellulose tape. Back on the market for the first time since the war. Limited quantity. Algona Upper Des Moines. 2Btt FOR SALE: 1937 Ford V-8 tud.or, good rubber, good condition. See Mrs. T. W. Jones. Wesley, at Lou Ricke's. 17w29-31* SIX SPACE LOT in Rose Lawn Memorial Park. $300. Write Box 417, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 13w30-32* LOST FOR SALE: 'McDonald force pump for pit, pump jack runs in oil, '.-•: h. p. motor. iMeyer force pump, open jack, 1-3 h. p. motor, nearly new. John F. Weber, Irvington. 26w31* FOR SALE: Immediate delivery on new 1946 Hallicrafters Sijy- rider, Jr. radios; MOTOR RE- FAIRING. Vigdal Radio & Electric, 116% W. North St., phone 91. 22w31* FOR SALE: 1934 Hudson coupe, good tires and good motor. H. L. Bush, Algona. ' 12w31* WANT AIJS BRINGS CAN SPRAY chicken and hog houses on short notice. Phone 225, West Bend. Russell Doyle. 13W30-33* WANTED WANTED: Person or couple to go on eastern trip—Niagara Falls via Canada, Washington, D. C., New York, Pennsylvania. 'Help drive and pay some expenses, Will vary intinerary some if necessary. Joe Zarike.NSurt. 32w31' ;i FEMALE HELP WANTED for handling eggs and dressed poultry. Apply Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 14w30-32 MALE HELP WANTED to help with poultry feeding, dressing, and grading. Apply Swift & Co. Algona, Iowa. 16w30-32 WANTED TO BUY: Stamp collections, accumulations of old correspondence, old postal cards. Phone Algona 845-W- 15w30-31* MISCELLANEOUS HIGHEST prices paid for late model used cars. Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 31 COAL WILL CONTJ'NUE V Is sc-arce next winter. Better have us fill your bin now while piir Ftocks are large. Reasly Lumber Co., phone234. 25w3|-32 JUST UNLOADING a car cedar fence posts, including corner H»ei*Jy :S?o.i ' Public Authority hd>w- stands ready : to convert sevih bttrraeks at the Pris-, oher of WaV Gairtjj at Algeria into twenty*on& (21 )/ living a'partm'ents- •fdi 1 use^of'wary.veterans arid thfeir famines., fhere will toe" nineteen (19) tvi^o.Wd tbom apartments and tw'6 (2) onffeedf o ; om apartmerits. It is anticipated that these can be Made available on or before Octo- bfer 1, 1946:i! , . ' 'Itt order to advise the Authority of the. needs'and demands of this commuftlty/thbse Veterans who desire W tfv*all'theniselves of this offer are : r'elftfe'sted^to register and make application with the Algona Chamber of Goinmerce on or ber fore the loyj.pf'August, 1946. . • . Frank Kohlhaas, 31 (Mayor, of the City of Algona. NOW is the time to sell your used car, truck; or pickup. THIS is the place to get the most money. W. E. Ley,,£iak^ta', Iowa. 25w30-31 ACT,-NOW—To secure the coun- , ty'S most (profitable small business. One rrtan can operate. Write Mr. F. V. Jaittison, 223 E. Douglas St., Bloomlhgton, 111. 22w30-31 SEWERS 6tEAN'ED electrically. F. P. Di'bblei write or call phone 95, Clarlori,:io'wa,, 28-34* INLAID;-..LINOLEUM," Linowall tile, laldHby' experts. Custom work. : s Coitvah'-Building Supply Co., phone .276. Algona. 16-3-8tf TOWN PRdP.ERTY LOW INTEREST LOA'NS. FHA and Veterans "GI";-~Loah:s' 'to purchase, remodel, refinance homes. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona,-'Iowa.. „. 30tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS'—~A11 . the' new"*'releases. Needles, albums/ KosstrbH.'Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa;••" 47tf SEE ME FOR; Real Bargains in •' farms, loans.' drainage surveying and estimates- on tile. Phil .). Kohlhaas,' i'pHone 22, Algona. tf vmww ; ti0ftt3E f0 IN 5PM Hr.RAN.EY,. , COWNTY OF KOSStfTtt Of T STATE OF IOWA, aeeealed,- .' ALL CLAIMS against the.above estate,. duly Verified;. 'by'- statutory declaration /and •with, particulars and valuations df security 'held, if any, rnust be' seht'.to tHe 'undersigned before the Sisfday of August, ArD. 1946,: •".:',!..• ,;, "- DUR1E, WA&EL1NO & REYNOLDS/ Solicitors for th'e Admin- istratrix de 'boriis riori .with ,WH1 Annexed, 102 Bank 6f Montreal Chambers, Sask'ktoon, Saiskatche- wan Canada.' ; ••.'';• : •:'*-..• 29-3? •"•:•'• 'Better Rates' . ,. Irisurande. '• V •-", Better Service ' /L. S. BOHANNON- '• • ' Over S. &"L. Store ., • Phone 103- ;25w28tf , . . • . Evc^y day the expres brings us tieW parcl for men and bop; It goes out so fast vye. do not dare tun ah ad for fear of disappointing you. ,; That's why we ask you id; wop -in every day. >' ••t.- ••'. Your patience is • much ' ; } ap •' \ preciatcd. * You Seem; to know We are doing our best • to provide you with standard quality apparel at reasonable prices. CASUALS The Story on ; ' Jackets & Sweaters If, :, .,. ,,.1 When you invest your money you want to invest it in something safe. Wheu you invest, your money in an ANNIS fur you are making ii, definite investment. The new American fur <oohe is reflected in this amazing and versatile pollection of exquisite furs .. . ingeniously styled by Annis designers . < • expertly chosen by AN-; Nig craftsmen . , . and featuring exciting sew.. (icud.5 with the emphasis on sleeves . . . pushup sleeves, parachute sleeves, sleeves with fullness in the back, tightly clewed wrists and roomy elbows. ' ' ; '.'•' ' / Here is (he answer to the woman who says i'| want some thing^ different." Invest in warmth ^n4 beauty. Choose now when stocks are roost Complete ana you have first choice. 4^4 merober ,.. when you buy from ANNIS you btiyine front nn old established f«r IJHCl, • f when you buy in rap < i you are buying fronf an »W cstftblisBeJi store—since }870. Buy kfr«m T»E CmUSCHlLLgS STQEE and j guarantees in oue. J , ;'•''.-' and . •:.?;.•.. .'.- LOAFER JACKETS 10.00 to 22.50

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