The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 12, 1946
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ftJ&SDAY, NOV. 12,194(5 ALGOtfA tJPPER DfiS MOINES, ALGONA. IOWA -..PAGE SfiVEtSf \obby Post TakefrA^ ttike Bobbie, iwo and a half L year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. IDlik Post, set out to see the ld lest Friday irtorning, gave his parents quite a scare as a result. When notified by a neigh- fhor thai the little fellow had eon Seen heading down the etrcfct, his molhet set out af- iler him in the car but he liad disappeared. Then Dick Phncl Grandpa Hugh Post noinsd in'lhe search. conib« |in<j iho business area and galleys. Northwest ern Depot ' r.snt C5. W. Hackney was I surprised v/hon he looked up (from his work and saw a lit- tile lad, clad in a red snow (Suit, entering the station loor. He recoqnized the 1 •AMOVES OUT; IPRIESNOWTO &suth counlys OPA office— l'tion board of yesterday— d, and with its passing T of the Inst of the war- If'iSensures designed to help conflict. of,'tihe eauipment was l|d; : from the OPA. office on Bfr-'-.-Dodjic street last, week,' jih.e OPA lease on quarters ,.,_r'" The, Algona Upper Des fpines office docs not expire Irttil Dec.. 12. ' In the meantime future ,PPA business handling ra- Jiion books and control of ' j»; and sugar will be han- from the district office |p8s Moines. Trade and .iumor inquiries formerly Ij&elled hero should be ad- iised to Dos Moines. filers of vised cars can ob- fcertificates of transfer in .future from local automo- jpealers, it was added. The must then be sent' to the loines OPA office, which the Liberty Building, Des tffes 8, Iowa. ' pending compliance ac- will be transferred to Des wies, also. jaid personnel of Iowa county f boards will get a 30-day .lination notice under civil (Bee rules, and will technical- remain on duty until Decem" 12. r and 4 pManed fhe PpSl home, which ended the frianlie seaWh' arid Bbbble'a adverilure. Mr. Hseknay says he found in talking things over Wiih- Bobble, that the lad was Ondecided whether he was goiris to join 'the Navy or be a tailroad man. Mow he traveled so far in such a short time is siill a mystery. WHITTEMORE FOLK IN CLOSE ESCAPE Mrs. Rudolph' Hanover of Wihittemore and her three children narrowly escaped serious injury when their automobile barely missed colliding ' witH • a corn picke'f, several days ago. The car in an effort to avoid the picker, skidded across the road .and overturned in a ditch. The accident 'happened four and a half miles north and a mile west of Cylinder. Mrs. Hanover was meeting the corn picker, driven by Ordean 1 Knudson of Cylinder, on •. a gravel road when the mishap occurred. Mrs. Hanover and two of the children were thrown out of the car and one child remained in it, but nobody wfc hurt. Attend Frank Esser Services Held Nov. 6 Out of town relatives who attended the Frank Esser funeral services which were held Wednesday, November 6i at St. Cecelia's church were as folJows: Mr. and ,Mrs. J. L. Esser, Santa Ana, Calif., Mrs. Kate Folder and Mrs. Malt Krebs- bacih, Whittemore, Mr. Esser's (brother and sisters; 'Mrs. Bida Jennett and daughters Melda iRie and Mrs. Steinmeyer, Deca- ;tur, 111.; Mrs. Albert Jennett of DOS Moines; Katherine, Gerald and Jack Jennett, Maxwell; Mrs. Dora Fandl, Mason City; Mrs. Qdinn and Charles and Margaret Quinn; Bancroft; and a number of nephews and nieces from over the county. 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. ...'•. 29tf HERD ASSOCIATION GIVES OCT. REPORT Alfred Meyer of W'hittemore had a cow in the Kpssulh Dairy Herd Improvement Ass'n No. 1, which won top honors for the month of August by producing 512,1 Ibs. of butterfnt, according tti the records of Lester L. Gin- gcrich, supervisor. Fifteen herds were tested, and 291 cows, wiOh 70 dry. The top records: Milk ' Fat Alfred Meyer: HohAein 13,419 512.1 C. R. Schoby: Holstein 14,034~"481.3 Ralph Brown: Holstein 15,151 471.4 Corwin Peer : Holstein 10,631 442.5 Loren Brown: Guernsey 8,229 439.9 Robert Mayer: Brown Swiss 9,009 357.8 Hugh Black: Holstein 11,029 353.5 Caii Brown: Guernsey 7,253 300.8 The Algona Newspapers furnish employment and provide a menns of livelihood for 10 families in Al- gonft . .. the printing and publishing industry in Algona deserves constant support. Livestock Auction THURSDAY, NOV. 14 Garner, Iowa .. 1100—CATTLE—1100 Advance listing as follows: 500 to 600 head of good to choice quality Montana Hereford stcci' and heifer calves wt. 300-450 Ibs. f 150 Kooil Montana Hereford yearling steers, wt. 050-750 Ibs. 100 good Montana Hcreforfl-ycarlijig heifers, wt. 600-700 Ibs. 35 pond Montana Hereford steers, wt.'900 Ibs. 300 head of Mdnlana arid 'DkRotai.Shorthorn and Hereford slners and'heifers, wt.'506^900'Ibs. 100 head of Montana and Dhkota Hereford feeding cows and hcifcrettcs, wt. 750- s 906'ib^. 100 head or mfirc of native steers and heifers of 'all weights and breeds. ATTENTION FARMERS AND FEEDERS When you can 'buy-these'good' quality) long-haired, iVIoiidiin-bred; Montana' Hereford' ste'er 'and' 1 heifer calves from Slfi.OO to SlS.OO'lhe'* sure'look ; like i good biiv» AH calve? arc sold'by the notilid. Thn Western run is'almost over . . . be on hand for this week's sale. Also for this week's Auction— 12 head of good yOuiig'Avork'horses, 5 dapple-greys, 4 ioreris, 3 hays. Be sure to'see these if you need a mate. Garner Sales Co. "BEST BUYS" OF THE WEEK AT .L-L-I-N-G ALL KOSSUTH ens With Hundreds and Hundreds 9 'at Woodward's This Week "CAMEO" SHk Stockings T Fall shades. An ideal Christmas gift for women. Full fashioned. Sizes Sf'i to 10 Hi. MEN'S' Cuffs, bapk panel, and- crotc^ 'arpi of' double S-M- SHEET Blankets " sinsle. AS' | sorted colors. All cot- Hon. She 70x80. ; colors, f blue, rose, f maize, maroon. Sizes BOYS' Pajamas $OlO Ml Two pieced. Heavy. broadcloth. Sizes 8 fa 14. **'• GIRLS' Pajamas Two pieced. Crepe seersucker. Sizes 6 fo 14. MEN'S Dress Oxfords Oak leather soles, S|ee) «rch. Brown and black- Sizes 6 to IW 2 , uark ureen. S Ho 44,, \ . 36 BOYS' Mackinaw Coats $g35 .* All wool. Popular i. plaias. \VHh 4 Dockets. Sizes C to W. MEIS'S JaakeU jog , STATO Scooters Wheel Toys Airplanes Air Rifles Blocks Books Dishes It's Judt 12 Steps Down to . Graham's New Basement of Christmas Toys! Come in and look over our Toy stock— you'll find- it large, and brimming with all the fascinating new toys that will make Christmas morning the biggest occasion of the year for the wee ones! You can select now—and it would be wise to do so—fov there are scarcities in the toy world, too! But do drop in—for a look around at Graham's Basement TOYLAND! DoHs Games Blackboards Farm Toys Tea Sets Mechanical Toys Wood Tovs tfRRH ^^^^ Department Stores eek at Grahams! Your BROWN MUSLIN i;f. '|!)G inch width, heavy weight for 4$£1 A many uses '/fiivv Yd. CURTAIN MARQUISETTES - Plain'white' or; white ' with:assort- Mt^^, ed 'colors. *f v V Up, DISH CLOTHS An everyday item you I; will need. 1Q J Stock'up! 1& 2 FLANNEL SHIRTS Men's sizes 14Va to 17. Full cut for col'd QS weather comfort t Chenille 50 to choose frym Plain colors including white or assorted colors on white grounds. Wash Frocks Sizes 12 to 52. 85 To Newest fall patterns. SCO to choose from. One lot values to $6.95 Tailored or * priscilla. Kay- on or cotton. A. rea! value! BEACON ROBE BLANKETS Ideal for an extra cover or for the couch or car. Winter Weight MEN'S SHORTS Elastic band top. Short leg. Ideal for$100 i LADIES SLIPS A. large assortment just in. White or tearose. PAPER DRAPES You can't tell them 3 from cloth. Rose tan, white, green Chenill Robes Beacon Blankets 25% Wool. 72"x90" 50 Ladies sizes 12 to 20 Colors; Rose, blue, cedar, wine, green. An idpa] gift, One or two piece. Plain QB up AJl colors to H you. Buy TUCK STITCH PANTS sistes, Regular or ' ^•V^b-il^l^Isi^^^^^^SmiS^^s^^

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