The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR- -L-ALfiONA UPPER Dfi$ MOtNfiS, ALfldNA IOWA- CORN / PIONEER "yields big ~v ~* crops of superior feeding and top qualify market corn. Order now.' • ^OT^J^ "~\CAU'_OR.SEB C. L. BAILEY, Algona Phone 626J JOHN BORMANN, Bode Phone 2602 HAROLD V. JONES, Swea City Phone 252F7 R. I. MAWDSLEY. Burl Phone 14 on 87 AARON W. STEUSSY, LuVcrnc Phone 2579 VV. A. MURRAY, Bancroft Phone 4331 II. R. TRENARY. Bancroft WILBUR FOX. Bancroft T. O. JOHNSON, Armstrong: Phone Swea Cily 62F7 JOHN A. SLEPER. Buffalo Center Phone 99R3 WALTER VAUDT, Whittemorc : Phone 2326 VVJM. J. MARTINEK, Wesley Phone 2731 For Safety, Economy, Mileage choose the tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES One of the taxi fleets that tested the new B.F.Goodrich Silvertown before it was offered for public sale was Yellow Cub, Louisville, Ky. In addition, it was tested on police cars and the H.F.Goodrich test fleet over millions of miles in all kinds of weather under severest conditions, and even at high speeds. All these tests supported the findings of Mr. Thomas A. Ballantine, President of Yellow Cab, Louisville, Ky., that: "... their wider, flatter tread gives our cabs better traction and surer, safer stopping. And in actual mileage, tests on our fleet prove they OUTWEAR PREWAR TIRES." We know you'll want these tires for your car. So be on • fm "Jf\ the safe side, see us • "^ • ** I i-It-ii to the new B.F. Goodrich radio quit "Dlltcl and Collect" u>,tlj Lew l.ehr as Al. C. on ABC network, Sfturdty ei'taiag 15 Pllll Tu (,» 16 T E R M S AVAILABLE 0. K. RUBBER WELDERS Lester DeBolt 118 N. Thorington Phone 308 BFGoodrich Land Auction 160 acres of choice land located in Humboldt County, Iowa; 10 m. North and 10 mi. West of 'Humboldt, Iowa; 7 mi. South of West Bend; 7 mi. West of Bode; to Settle Estate of Josiah Taylor, on Wednesday, Sept. 4 2:30 P.M. AVclI improved, all tillable 160 acres very highly productive grain farm, fSitff Good 7 room house; large barn; machine shed; granary; double corn crib; chicken house; new double garage; deep well and windmill; well fenced, all hog tight; ..good grove; REA; ..gravel road school bus; mail route. 4 Terms: 20 per cent day of sale, balance March 1, 1!)47 on delivery of Deed and Abstract showing Merchantable Title, when possession will be given. Said Sale subject to approval of the District Court of Jasper County. •*!• Merle Taylor, Tenant Phone 2556 Bradgate, Iowa Auct: Clair G. Mason Adm. Harry T. Young Marshall town, Iowa Prairie City, Iowa Midget Racers Here Monday Automobile racinc; comes lo Algona, next Monday, Sept. 2 (Labor Day), when a program of seven events will be offered at the Kossulh Fairgrounds, sponsored by The Algona Lions Club. A baseball game between Bancroft and Lu-, Verne will be played, starting at 12:30 p. m., and the automobile racing will start at 2 p. m. Twelve entries have been received by race officials from drivers of midget cars. Midget car races have been held during the summer at other points and have drawn capacity crowds. All regular track events will be held, including the Australian pursuit race. The midget cars have only one gear and thai is high. They have one brake only, on the left rear wheel, and attain speeds of 60 miles an hour. Recently at Osage, five of the cars'piled up in a spectacular crash during the race. THELMA BORMANN EDWIN THILGES TO MARRY SEPT. 10 St. Joe—Banns of marriage wore published in St. Joseph's church. Sunday, August 25, tor Thelma Bormann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and Edwin Thilges, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges of West Bend. They will be married September 10 at 8:30 a. m. in St. Joseph's church. Caroline Kirsch, Algona, vis- ied Saturday and Sunday at the Frank Bormann home. Elizabeth Kenkcl and nephew, Ted Kenkel of Earling, are visiting at the former's sister, Mrs. Henry Bormann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges and family spent Sunday with Sister M. Alda at Bancroft. Sister Alda is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thilges. Bill Buttermore, Dubuquc, and Jack Carney, Emmetsburg, were Saturday evening supper guests at the John Origer home. Mr. Buttermore is a nephew of Mrs. Origer. Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Frideres home were Mr. nd Mrs. Julian Gartner and Early Resident At West Bend Passes West Bend: Funeral services for Mrs. Ella A. Clarke were held last Tuesday, Aug. 20, at the West Bend Presbyterian church, Rev. Vincent Beebee of Sioux City officiating, assisted by Rev. Paul of West Bend. Pallbearers were Paul Mikes, Eldon Perkins, Archie Pertl, James Oleson, Franklin Koch and A. J. Breiholz. Mrs. Clarke died Aug. 18 at her home here. She was born April 25, 1864. at Clear Lake, Wis., and moved with her parents to the Thatcher homestead north of West Bend in 1869. Surviving are one daughter, Mr. Fern Beardsley of West Bend, two sisters and a brother, the latter, Charles B. Thatcher of West Bend. Married By Justice Delia Welter, justice of the peace, conducted the wedding ceremony of John Boeckholt and Dorothy Kramer, both of Bancroft, last Friday. Witnesses to the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kramer, both of Bancroft. son and Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Gartner and fmily, all of Mapleton, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges and son of West Bend. " ' '" ' • •• LUTHERAN LADIES ORGANIZE LEAGUE Fenton: The St. John's Lutheran Ladies' Aid of Fenton entertained Thursday afternoon at the Fenton gym ladies of the Algona, Burt, Garner, Humtooldt, LuVerne, Livercnore, Whittemore, Ventura and Fairville Lutheran Ladies Aids. About 180 guests were present. Rev. W. H. Friedrich opened the services with Mrs. C. F. Wegener, president of the local Aid, giving the welcome speech. An address was given by Rov. L. Wittenburjr, LuVerne, on the Women's Missionary League. Following the address the group organized a Women's Missionary League of the Algona Circuit, Fairville toeing the only group present not belonging to the Algona Circuit. Mr. Wm. C. Dau, Algona,''was chosen president of the organi- sation, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, LuVerne, vice president, Mrs. F. Hinz, Livermore, secretary, and Mrs. Art Hanselman, Ventura, treasurer. Following the business meeting Mrs. Win. Dau sowed some motion pictures of the Call State Park, Algona. The guests then enjoyed a silver tea with- Mrs. Emma Reimers and Mrs. Minnie i ' Dreyei- pouring. : | FERTILIZER ORDER NOW AND STORE! SARGENT has 15 Tons of 0-20-0 and 15 Tons of 2-12-6 Arriving This Week \V<* lire interested In Setting Fertilizer in to this territory, to ii void Hie shortage situations of former seasons. That is why a car is arrivint>' this week, and that is why we are announcing -v it to the farm trade now. Fertilizer Was Scarce Last Spring, When You Farmers Wanted It AVe are looking ahead to the season ivhen Fertilizer will he needed, and trying to avoid the scarcity on Fertilizer that you remember last spring. No Price Rise on Fertilizer Yet, Except the Freight Rate SAIUiiKXT is adsorbing the increased freight rate on Fertilix- er, which means that by placing your order now, and taking your rertili/er, you pay no more, and you get around any higher ceilings that might be set on Fertilizer. Order Now and Store Your Fertilizer and Make Sure You Have It When You Want It We can come a Jot nearer to supplying your demands If we' can have your cooperation. If you have a place to store, get your Fertilizer in and Sargent will do all possible to keep up with the demand, /" €ljli SARGENT & CO. FEED SARGENT —FEED Vandal Puncture* Tires On 20 Car* | At Swea City a $10 reWrd hasj been offered by Mayor A. G.i Eggers for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons ftmty of acts of vandalism against auomoblles in that community. I Tires of HO cars were punctured on machines parked in the' business district there on a re-| ceht evening. i •Filling station men who were' kept busy making repairs said 1 the act had evidently been done' with an ice pick. i WANT ADS BRINGS RESDLIM RHEUMATISM and ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and ,am so thankful that 1 am, free from pain and able to do my work that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P, O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash. Pd, Adv. 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