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PAGE EIGHT. ..ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES, ALGOttA, IOWA- , 6GT. 83940 FARM BUREAU TO START NEW DRIVE The week of December 10 has been selected by the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Board of Directors for the annual membership drive, according to an announcement made this week by Wayne Keith, Burt. President of'Uie county Farm Bureau. The drive will be preceded by a kick-off meeting on the afternoon of Dec. 10 of that week. Details of the kick-off meeting will be announced later. Other recommendations of the organization and maintenance committee which were adopted by .the board included tlr; hold- RECORDS AVAILABLE THIS WEEK TIIK LATEST POPULAR HITS "Tn Each His Own"—Freddie Martin ami Orchestra or IMortcrjiaircs. "The Gypsy" — Sammy Kaye and Orchestra "Give Me Tivc Minutes More" —Tex Benekc "It Talie« a Lou.?, Tall, Brown- Skinned Gal"—Louis Prima and Orchestra "Out California Way" — Tin- Son, oi the Pioneers; "The Beaumont K'dc" — Harry James "Surrender" — Perry Como 01 Woody Herman "IlunMirs Arc Flyins"—Frankic Carle "Begin the Bcffuine" — Frank Sinatra or Russ Case "I'm a Biff Girl Now" — Ray McKinlcy "Down the Road a Piece"—Ray McKinley "In the Land of the Buffalo Nickel"—Ray McKinley "I Guess I'll Get the Papers and Go Home"—Les Brown "On the Board Walk" — The Charioteers Kossuth Radio (In Pratt Electric) ing of a captains' meeting and^a mt'etint; of ihe captains and leaders prior to the kick-of. They also recommended the recruiting ot 500 workers to work on the drive no that every I'armer can be given an invitation to join thi: Farm Bureau and the sending of a letter to old members asking them to pay their 1947 dues by mail prior to the drive. The county Farm Bureau board recently reemployed Owen Hurt, Irvington, as county organization director to supervise the details of the 1947 membership drive and adopted a quota of 1800 members which is this county's share of the 115,000 member quota for the Iowa I Farm Bureau Federation. Members of the organization and maintenance committee are Albert Johnson chairman, of Corwith; Bruce Lowenstein, Lu- Verne; Joe Besch Jr., Whitte* more; Lawrence Kirsch, Whittemore; Floyd Bode, Algona; Geo. Sonneberg, Titonka; Harold Nielson, Ringsted; and Roy Wilcox, Ledyard. Killed In Fall. While trimming a tree near Spirit Lake recently, Walrence Sargent, 55, of near Estherville, fell from the one he was, pruning and was killed. Apparently, he Was trying to reach up a little higher than the length of the ladder warranted. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. FOR SALE JAN., FEB., MARCH chickens are bringing in big ega checks us usual. Order your 1947 chickens early. It pays. You' get them just wncn you want them if you order tarty. ' Scxed or straight run — Wmle Leghorns, White Rocks, New Hamps, and a superior Hamp Le- J Crots. Special eariy order ciis- counts given. NhAL* HATCH- bKV, BUHT, PHUNtS 58 OR 77. . 59w4() FOR SALE: Immediate possession, (1 room house, barn, tooi house, coal house and 1U lots m Wesley. L. L. Lease, Wesley. 39-4C) FOR SALE: Registered Chester White boars, top blood lines. Co., D-67, Wmona, Minn. 40-4L FOR SALE: 25 head P. B. Duroc boars. S-red by son ol Low Set, Iowa's Grand Champion. Extra quality. March farrow. A. H. Slreeter, 4'i N., 3 mi. E. Renwick. - 25w40-43- OUR 8TH ANNUAL PUREBRED SPOTTED Poland China Boar Sale will be held at Spencer, Iowa. Faij-.girounc'r, .Wednesday p. m., October 23rd. Selling 40 head short-leggod, thick .boars. For catalog wi'ite Karl E. Carlson, Lake- f.eld, Minn. _ 34w40-41* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. 6 miles west, 4'/i miles south of Algona. Leonard Baas, West Bend. _ 38-41* FOR SALE: Duroc boars. Matt Weydert, Livermore, 4 mile-. straight west of. LuVerne. 13vv39-4<r FOR SALE: Boy's Elgin bike, grod condition. George Christ. Lakota. 1 .Ow40-4 1 ° FOR SALE: 100 Leghorn pullets. Good wood and coal heater. Registered milking Shorthorn bulls, ages from 2 to 12 months. W. G. Kading, phone 3601, Lone Rock. 24W40-41-' AUCTION OF 100 REGISTERED SPOTTED POLANDS, Saturday, Oct. 12 at farm, commencing at 1 p. m. 50 boars and 50 gilts sired by the breed's top sires and sows, the easiest feeders I ever raised. Big heavy bone, low down, with lots of stretch and wide out. $3,000 spent for new blood. These pigs are sired by "Citation" the $790 -boar; the "Flash" the $1,000 boar; $600 "Defense Bond"; $700 "Built-Mor"; $1,200 "Miracle" $350 "Dag-wood"; and S750 "F. B. I." Write for catalog and plan to attend this sale, and get the blood <.f 6 U-p sales. Albert Krcmer, Lake Lillian, Minn. 97w40-41"' FIR SALE: 13 young bucks. 1/C h. p. heavy duty gasoline engine. M. J. Alexander. 4>2 mi. east Algona. US. 18. 38-40-WANT" ADS BRINGS RESULTS* NOW! Anyone Can Have Plenty of Hot Water in a Jiffy! NEW POCKET SIZE PORTABLE WATER HFATER COSTS LESS THAN S3.00 Boils Faster Than Gas Merely place a V'co FAST-V/AY ElectrVj Water Heater in a tub, pan, pail, or kettle conta niny water. Plug .in the nearc.st socket, presto — in a lew minutes hot water! A .sufficient quantity for bathing, washing, scrubbing, etc. Far faster than the average gas burner, yet costs less than $2.00. No fires to build or hot water to carry. No running up and down stairs No top heavy fuel bill.-:. Handy! Portable! Inexpensive Originally $3.75. Now le^s t'uin $2.00. Get a V'co FAST-WAY Water Heater Today. , Ns X\ I /S^^^ Pratt Electric CP. POTATOES No. 2 Size Cobblers MH Per Sack No. 1 Size Cobblers $ 2^ Per Sack Per Peck 29c EAST END GROCERY PHONE 145 FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars. Blue ribbon • winners in he open and 4-H classes at the itnssulh County Fair. , John F. Weber. Irvington, Algona phono 15-F22. 25w39-42 VQR SALK: Eaele water prn^ home insulation, "blown in. 1 ' '•'xpert inspection, estimating ser'•ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. ihone 275. Algona. 20-3-Bti FOR SALE: Five and six-tube mantle type radios and combinations. Crilly Appliances. Phone 399, Algona. ^l 0 FOR SALE: 12 gauge shot gun. Kirk Auto do. 9w40 Alt Metal MARKING PENS For use on wood, metal, glass, cloth, paper, .plastic, burlap, leather, skins, waxed surfaces etc., in marking, addressing, sketching, charting, map work, window and 'display cards, and dozens of other uses. Algona Upper Dca Moines Swift's Ic'c Cream Pts. 25c Mailed Milks 25c Take some home. BARRY'S RECREATION 40! f FOR SALE: Oak cupboard, dining table, large wardrobe and book case. Teresa Norton, 213 N. Hall St. 15w40* FOR SALE: One Duroc fall boar. Also some baled wild hay. W, J. Barr. 12w40* FOR SALE: Wood saw mounted on Ford. Phone 325-J, Algona. 10w40 FOR SALE: McCormick-Deerin- 1 sinele ro"' corn picker, t?ond running order. Phone 2220. Whittemore. ' ' l3w40-'H* FOR S^LE: ? 1'rke's t'i lowr- Ncbraska football game- n:-t. 12. On 50 yard line. E. C. Sprar.ii'-. 40 Wanted • PINSETTERS 6c lino Barry's Recfcfttlttti 40tf WANT TO BUY: Desirable service stations and .bulk plants located in this area. In replying give full description and-price. Kodak pictures desirable but not necessary. •Will pay cash. Write Box 09, Algona. . 33W39-41 WANTED: Capable girl or woman to do housework for 3 or 4 weeks. Modern country .home. Good pay. Phone Algona 26-F14. Melvin Hieken, Burt. 24w40* WANTED: Waitress. Reeves Cafe, West Bend. 5W39-40 WANTED TO BUY:.Home in Al- i?ona from owner, close in on main highway. Write Box 400, Algona. 17w39-40 SERVICES WE REPAIR all makes of washing machines and refrigerators, Wringer rolls for all makes of washing machines. Crilly Appliances'. Phone 399, Algona. 22w40 SEWERS CLEANED: Electrically. F. P. Dibble, write or phone 95. Clarion, Iowa. ll\v 37-44* SKELGAS Sales & Service, the first and foremost all-purpose conking gas. Sawyer Skelgas, 208 E. Stale, phone 221-W. 18w39-42 FOR SALE: International mounted 22-B corn picker for F-30 "armall tractor. Behrends Bn 1 -... r ine Rodt. •_ _14w40" '"OR SAL 1 ^: ReTistprerl Harripshiro '•>onrs. ITarold Fischer, Buvt. • F,w40-t3' : MAGAZINE subscriptions taken at The Alsona Upper Des Moines, complete service, new and renewal, . ' 39tf FOR SALE: Lined cowhide >ob? in perfect condition. Price! to sell. Frank Gei«cl, phone 364-.T, 109 E. Kennedy St. . 17wK>' FOR SALE: 10 ft. McConnic!.-- Deering power binder. Delmar D lat<he. LuVerne. Mile r r :i?t of Galbraith. 14w40 ::: FOR RENT FOR SALE: 1942 Plymouth, new rubber, new motor. Inquire Al gona Upper Des Moines. 13w40 : CAN SPRAY chicken and hog houses on short notice. Phone 725. West Bend. Russell Doyle. '.25. West Bend. 13w38-41* WE HAVE A BEDROOM for ren Preferably to schoal girl. Fit •' Feed Store, phone 400. 15w40 I INLAID LINOLEUM, Linowall tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co.. phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf INSURANCE Better Rales Better Service L. S. P0HANNON Over S. & L. Store Phone 103 17w32tf MISCELLANEOUS Sfc*^ ^ _^_^, ___ ...... J _ 1 ___ L _ L| . .•.._-!-----"•- •--HIGHEST PftlOBS paid fof late model used cars. Free Inlorma- Mon on CSPA deiling. Hoenk Mo* tors. !Bw40 SEE ME FOR fteal Bat-gains In fartns, loatts, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. KohlhaaS, phone 22, Algona, tf • Exchange ttept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Kadlos and washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE FLOOR SANDING and Refinishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phofle 275, Algona. 17-3-8M NOTICES NOTICE: Very low cost home loans, to buy, .build, remodel, refinance. Veterans "GI" loans for homes, Let us explain our simple full option long term loan plan to AM. Call at our office today or phone 55. Algona Federal Savihgs and Loan Assn. ' 35tf EXCHAKCE STATE BANK at We claw f n — .»•--• United States Ctove^ment'dbMga'tion's, direct ,- ' Hndanteed ........ .:. ...................................... " . Loans and Dlsc&unts ....................................................... 262 73 Overdrafts ...................................................... ' ...................... ;" ....... "; 4,000.00- Banking house ...................................... ' .......................................... 2 50 00 Furniture and fixtuf«s .................................................................... 7 j' Other assets ............ . ................................................................. ........ .'. TOTAL BMOWU3W. v J-... f v Sgsffiig , - LIABILITIES *74f)SQflOO Deposits subject to check.. ..... ..... ........ , ...... •.-"•v-^-v ................... ? Deposits due to. banks an.d toattkers on demand, Time certificates of deposit.................; ..... r-r- l r-- Other deposits (certified and .cashier's checks Deposits 27 '?} filno n 6,509.10 CARD OF THANKS Mrs. W. C. Taylor wishes lo thank her many friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers and lovely cards and letters she received during her stay in the hospital. Pd. Adv. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL arA'flE OF IOWA Kossuth County,-, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No, 5515 September. Terms, 1948 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That .an instrument of writing purporting to toe the last Will and Testament of Antone Elmer Johnson, Deceased, dated September 10,. 1946, having been .this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 21st day of October, .1946, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in. Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the.Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested : are hereby notified and rc- r-uired to F'ppea.. and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as .and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Datod at Algona, Iowa, October 7, 1946. (SEAL) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. E. C. .McMAHON, Atty., Algona, Iowa. . •. ' . 40 WANTED FOR SALE: Black Shetland pony, coming two, broke. Anton Pearson, Wesley. 11W40-41* FOR SALE: One Globe cook stove, very good shape; one parlor furnace, excellent condition; one Zenith radio. Mrs. Annie Hillcnga, 2 blocks east Diagonal Grocery. 24w40* ?OR SALE: 40 Spotted Poland China boars. Anton Vammen. Tngsted. 10w39-10" FOR SALK: Purebred Angus bulls. 5 miles west. 3 south of Algona. Ervin Gerber. 14w40* FOR SALE: Duroc boars. 40 head, medium type, well 1'ammecl. 'icuvy bnncd. deep sided, from 'nadint blood lines, ra'sert on clean •i-nimd. New blood for old eustom- "iv;. O.'V. Iliirlan. 5 miles wes 1 Alffona on highway 18. 36w£8-41' : FOR SALE: 8-room house with balh. 2 at-cs of land. .Tes^e H Scott, Corwith. 14w3Q-40 V OR SAT, 1 ^: 2 n'Tistc'-ed choice hi;.-'- Apnu« 'bulls. 15 mo. old. Emil Elmers, Burt, Iowa. 14w40' :r FOR SAL?,: Registered Hamoshirc fall boars, also 2 or 3 of our herd bears. Only a few of these bit< rugged .boars. We have a good •ffcring of snring boars. Soecial orices on those not perfectly •narked if taken early. Joseph A. ikow. Wesley. SALE: 52 foot barn. Mr" John L. Studer, phone 3421. Wesley. !Gw40-45* TOONOGRAPH nECOTIDS — AP the new releases. Needles, albums. Kossuth Radio & Electric \lqona. Iuwn. 47'.f "OR SALK: R""istered Hereford bulls ?evv'fpnbl? ase also a fcv oorl »nirle bulls, Joseph A. Skow Skow,' Wesley. 43w40-45° WANTED: Waitress. Meyers Cafe. Good wages and meals. 8w40 MAN OR WOMAN wanted;;'to» handle distribution of farn'ous | Watkins products in city of Ai- | gona, serving hundreds of satis-' fied customers. Meet rising living costs. Full or part time. No > investment. Write J. R. Walking Co., D-60, Winona, Minn. 37W40 5 HELP -WANTED: Women! Part- time positions open at WOODWARDS. 9w4L'-4'. FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO-MERRITT'S) /? IT * A . LAmbitiance /Je/wice Day or Nighb—Telephone 11 f • *•<>.-., ,•'..',- •• , • ''--''t-," '.'•.• .. i 'p , ALGONA "OR SALE: Circulating heater, .'j-x.-rl conrliti.-n. Yearling ridinc •nit. a'mo't white, rode once. \ouie Bcrninghaus, Lone Rock. 16w40' ; viR SALE: Ho=oita' bed. C. R. Kollasch Whittemoro. 7w4Q° ^OTATOFS: Small onei or culls. 75c .per hundred. Stoeber Potato "tarBge, Fenton. 12w40 :: ' •"OR SALE: '41 Buick sedan. Good shape. Kirk Auto Co. 10w40 FOR SALE: M. Shultz upright piano. Reasonably priced. Mrs. f, E Hovey. 509 E. Call. 14w40 DANCE MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 Academy Hall CARL BEAN Sponsored by C. P. of A. tt McANTLE IN AUTHENTIC 100% WOOI, SEYMOUR SCOTCH TARTANS Bring out the bobsled! Send for your skis! SnoW'time is no time to stay indoors. Put on this McGREGOR 100% wool shirt.atvj you're set for.sport, It's a world-famous McGREGOR Scotch Tartan—in a rich riot of beautiful color, Clothiers Capl common stock ,.....,,:....$3o,boo.oo ............... . ......... : ............ fb,ooo.oo - veos Total Capital Accounts .............. .... ......... ......$62,436.2* _ TOTAL LIABiI.mES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............ $908,110.79 STATE OF IO.WA ' KOSS We, Suy n M.'iBu'tts, President; Andrew Gollner, Vice President; and John Hutchison, Cashier, of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement Is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. ^ ^ BtJTTS) ^, esident *.. . ', '••'-.. AiN'DREW'.GOLLNEU, Vice President (SEAL) ' - JOHN HUTCHISON, Cashier • Sworn to and subscribed before^ me by Guy M. Butts, Andrew Gollner and John rtutchison, this 5th day-of^October, 1940. C5B1AL1 --•••'•• J. P. STUDER, • . ,..:•":• Notary PubHc In and for Kossuth County. Attested By— L, H; .KLEINPETER, OLAF FUNNEMARK, J. D. .LOWE, Directors;. . : , . . ; ___ tailpred . . at a picayune price Four-gore, iklrt vyith a Comfortable ki^k pleat, grqelou* bracelet densjth ?lt«ves, detailed shirtwaist front to rrilmic your man'» dr«s| shirtl'Sunny, lolid colors in toft spun rayon. 40 SIZES 12 la 42 •ilbou«tt« in Half weel, half rqyen »oftly svt into 9 w»IUbrtd cla**ie that boWf at football jgm« or Brqe*let *lt«vt» for yoyr tr!nk»» 6 80 ^ $I?E? 10 !?,« „. I . wSS ^^^^^l ,., v- •* "•* « rf * tv* " * J • / ? ; ^

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