Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO nntTNTY ADVANCE, ALGOfrA, IOWA THURSDAY, Creamery Meeting at Wesley AVERAGE FOR BUTTERFAT IN 194U8.37c Wesley, Feb. 11—The annup.l creamery meeting was held at the Kleinpeter hall Saturday, and dinner was served to 400 patrons and stockholders by the officers, directors, employes, and their wives. The high school band, under leadership of Supt. Page, furnished music during the noon hour. Speakers on the program were a Mr. Wright, Cedar Rapids; a Mr. Baier, Storm Lake; and Frank Galer, Des Moines, all members of the state dairy industry commission. Theron Hansen was elected to succeed John Loebig, deceased, on the board of directors for a term of two years. Henry Haverly, Herman Ostercamp, and John Arndorfer were elected for two years to succeed themselves. Alf Studer and Bernard Schrauth are the other directors. The buttermilk was sold to Ben Eden at $1.01 for 100 gallons. The report showed 370,021 erage price paid patrons per pounds of butterfat churned; av- pound butterfat, 38.37c; average pound cost to churn butter, 2.68c. The board of directors will meet to elect officers. J. C. Skow is now president; Henry Haverly, vice; Vincent Daughan, secretary-treasurer; Paul Engen, buttermaker and manager; Dale Jones, assistant. E. M. Olson is cream truck operator. Jos. Studer was locker operator till two weeks ago, when he resigned. A Mr. Christiansen, Ringsted, was hired to manage the locker, and he will move his family here as soon as school is out. Group to Farmers Institute— Some Wesley farmers attended a farmers' institute at Britt last week. Victor Loebig was chair- man of the institute, Herman Bode a member of a finance committee. There were 300 entries from Hancock county, and Boone township won first place on the number of premiums, Garfield second. Grocery Store Clerk Resigns—John Wood, who had been employed at ths Roy Kleinpeter store three months, resigned Saturday and left for his home at Algona. He expects to be inducted into the army soon. Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr. is filling his position at the store. Bernard Hauptman in Army— Relatives here received word Sunday from Bernard Hauptrnan saying he left that day for an army camp in Washington state. He was inducted into the army February 3. Mrs. Hauptman is at her parental Jack Haverly's. Patient to Veterans Hospital— William Hauptly took Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen to Des Moines Monday, and Lawrence entered the veterans hospital there. He has been sick during the last few months. Lawrence has a pool hall here. Quits Humboldt Phone Job— Isabell.Kerrins recently signed her telephone job at Humboldt. She is former Wesley operator. Miss Kerrins spent last week-end with local friends before going to Mankato to visit her sister Verna. George Goelz on Shelf— The Leo Goetzes visited the George Goetzes Sunday afternoon. George is laid up with a bruised ankle, the result of a fall on ice one day last week. Ligaments in his right ankle were torn. Two Anniversaries Observed— Mayor and Mrs. Matt Laux observed their 49th wedding anniversary Friday. The daughter Mrs. August Carman, and her husband observed their 30th ( weding anniversary the same day. Public Card Party Planned— The Catholic missionary soci- ety will give a public card party at the lodge hall Friday night. Other Wesley News. Vincent Hanig, employed at Mason City, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig, Sunday. His brother Joseph, who had got home Saturday, went to Mason City with him and is now also employed there. Mrs. Lyle Hipperly, Britt, and her son Gary visited the parental George Han- igs over the week-end. Week-end visitors at Dr. R. K. Richardson's were Mrs. R.'s father, W. R. Carroll, her sister, Mrs. Wayne Fezler, the latter's son Richard, and another sister, Mrs. George Carroll, with the latter's husband, all of Blooming Prairie, Minn. The Louis R. Wingerts, Buffalo Center, visited the parental Lawrence Wingerts and George Cinks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum were at Ben Matern's, near Thornton, a few days last week. The women are sisters. The Legion Auxiliary held its fourth afternoon party this seas-v on Saturday at the lodge hall. Mrs Norbert Hilbert and Mrs. Jack Haverly won prizes at bridge and 500 respectively. Mrs. George Ward was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Huber, of Buffalo Center, visited at Edw. Loebig's one day last week. Mrs. Huber is a sister of Mr. Loebig. The George Longs, Lone Rock, were at Mrs. Long's parental Clarence Ackerson's. Ed Hildman, Farmers elevator manager, and Alfred Erdman, manager of the Farmers lumberyard, returned Saturday from a three-day lumbermen's convention at Des Moines. The Catholic missionary society met Tuesday. Father Klein and his housekeeper, Miss Williams, were hostesses. Ruth Hauptman reached her 14th birthday Saturday. She is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Downs have rented a farm at the edge of Titonka. Arlene Studer visited friends at Bancroft over the week-end. GRAND OPENIN ALGONA MAYTAG CO. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19 I i"-, 1 We Invite You to Come In Thursday foi FREE Coffee and Cookies, and Look l| Over Our large Line of Electric Appliances p* FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN COWS, I FOR SALE—PUREBRED Brown t. b. and Bang tested.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, la. 12ul7tf Swiss bull, 1 year old.—Jesse Huff. Lu Verne. llp22-23 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Ben! Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf FEED HOGS FOR DEFENSE! Sargent's Minral Meat Meal. J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Com- .pany, Algona Branch. 21-24ES FOR SALE — McCORMICK- Deering 8-ft. binder, good condition. — Cecil Bjustrom, phone 3212, Whittemorc. 12p22 FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO- land China sows to farrow in March and April. Reasonable prices.—John Bockes, Lu Verne. 16p22-23 FOR SALE—GAS STATION ON 169-222 intersection. — H. A. Berschman, Lakota. 10p21-22 FOR SALE—BIBLES, TESTA- ments, plaques, mottos, greeting cards and distinguished religious books.—Mrs. J. M. Jordan, phone 42. SS&16p22 FOR SALE — DUROC GILTS, MARCH AND APRIL FARROW—JOHN WEBER, 2 MILES EAST OF IRVINGTON, ALGONA PHONE 15F22. 22p22 MORT-O-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as fnr with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf FOR SALE—SMOOTH mouthed mares, back pad harness.— John W. Menz, Fenton, phone 448. 12p21-22 FOR SALE—FOUR HEAD OF horses, 1 bay team, 1 brown team. One mile west and 2Vz south of Algona. — John Weydert. 20o22 LIVESTOCK DEALERS ATTEN- tion—Killer horses wanted. Get our prices first. — Write or wire Hill Packing Co., Estherville, la. 18(2)21-24 FOR SALE — BLACK MARE coming four years old. — Theo. Wagner, Lu Verne, phone 2552. 12p22 FOR SALE—CLOVER and timothy hay.—F. W. Bacon, Burt. 8p22 WELL DRILLING — Spear & Phillips, phone 255. 1007 North Main, Algona, Iowa 35tf FOR SALE—TWO WORK horses, one Shetland pony. — Carl Seip, Irvington. 10p22 POTATOES — 5 TONS COB- blers, $1.55 per sack. Bring your sack.—East End Grocery. 12p22 WANTED TO BUY — 700x16, 650x16, 600x16 tires and tubes. —Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. 12p22-23 HOUSEKEEPER WANTED AT once, year around work. — Inquire at this office. llp22-23 FOR SALE—43 CHESTER White feeder pigs, 100 Ibs. each.—H. C. Snyder, Titonka. 12p22 FOR SALE—TWO 2-YEAR-OLD | registered brown Swiss heifers. —Bert Quinn, Lone Rock. 12p22 SMALL USED SPINET PIANO FOR SALE — BLACK MARE We Handle These Outstanding Appliances Norge Refrigerators National Milkers Philco Refrigerators la. Crm Separators Norge Bottle Gas Ranges Quick Meal Combination Ranges Hamilton Beach Food Mixers Hamilton Beach Electric Sweepers Coleman Electric Irons Coleman Oil Heaters YES, DEAR, OUR WASHING TAKES A IX LESS TIME NOW —Small balance monthly. — Write Acc't Dept, Box 176, Mason City, Iowa. 15p22 TWO PUPS FREE FOR FIRST boys or girls who will give them good homes.—Henry Chas. Seller, 3 miles south Sexton. p22 WANTED—SCHOOL GIRL FOR light house work for room and board.—Francis Stebritz, 208 North Moore, phone 594W. 15p22 FOR SALE—ONE SIZE 12 mink dyed muskrat fur. coat.— Very cheap, ANNIS" make.— CHRISCHILLES STORE. 16(2)22 FOR SALE—TEAM OF SORREL mares, 4 and 6 years old, wt. 3500. Sound and in foal. Will sell one or both.—Elmer Merkle, 3 mi. west, ¥> north Lu Verne. 26p22 NOW MINERALS AND PRO- teins in one bag — ready to feed, one low cost. Sargent's Minral Meat Meal. Ask about trial bag. Mr. Woodmansee at Sargent & Co., Algona branch. 22 MEN GROWING MY INDIANA 425 Hybrid are high in its praise. Some small grades left at about half price.—A. C. Hnr- lisle, Whittemore. 21p22-23 RAWLEIGH ROUTE NOW open. Real opportunity for man who wants permanent, profitable work. Start promptly.— Write Rawleigh, Dept. IAB-!0- K, Freeport, 111. 21(*2)22 WE ARE NOT HOLDING A public sale and will sell our Duroc bred gilts privately. Have sev- Tal choice ones left at reason- ible prices.—W. H. Helmke & Son, Renwick. 313-22 SARGENT STARTING MASH.— Contains Vy-Lactos, minerals, cod - liver oil. You will be amazed at results. Healthier, better chicks.—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Co., Algona branch. 22 HYBRID SEED CORN — IOWA 939-306-303. State certified 306 and 303 are two of the new est Iowa State Hybrids. Their maturity is about the same a 939. Prices reasonable. — M. A Sorlien, Bode, la. 33pl8-20-22eow WE DESIRE TO EXPRESS TO our kind neighbors anc thoughtful friends our heartfel thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautiful floral offerings were especial- Jy appreciated. — Mrs. Harvey -Johnson and children. p22 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE— We have over 1000 cars and trucks insured through the office. Get our rates before you buy or renew your insurance. 80% collision insurance at a 40% saving. —L. S. Bohannon, over S. & L. Store. Phone 130. 34(2)20-22-24-26-28-30 coming four years old. — Theo. Wagner, Lu Verne, phone 2552. 12p22 FOR SALE—ONE HUDSON Seal Annis fur coat, size 16. -A REAL BARGAIN—CHRISCHIL- LES STORE. 14(2)22 WANTED — EXPERIENCED Smith incubator operator to begin at once.—Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. 12p22 WANTED—TO RENT, TEAM horses, two weeks, for picking up corn. Guarantee good care. •Write Leslie McEnroe, Algona. 18p22 FOR SALE—8 HEAD BRED ewes; 2 cows, one fresh, other to freshen in March; DeLaval cream separator. — Andrew M. Hansen, phone 7-F33. 20p22 FOR RENT—7-ROOM MODERN house at corner of Dodge and Kennedy streets; $31 per mo., available at once. — See Agnes Schropfer, 441 North Dodge St. 20p22 GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE is the answer to your heating problems. Real comfort and satisfaction for hundreds of Algona owners. Get details at our store. —Laing & Muckey. 22 Invitation Junior High Basket'Ball Tournament A. H. S.fGym Fri., Sat., Feb. 13-14 1st Session • Friday, 3:00 p. m. 2nd Session-Saturday, 9:00a.m. 3rd Session • Saturday, 2:30p.m. Admission Students 10c; Adults (incl. tax) 20c Enjoy the many benefits that this new Maytag Brigadier can bring to your home. Enjoy the thrill of seeing your clothes come out spotlessly clean, in less time than ever before. Enjoy Maytag's time-tested advantages, plus the satisfaction of buying your new Maytag NOW —while the price is still so low. Phone for free trial, in your own home. $79.95 Big Trade-in Allowance! EASY TERMS Jhrilling New Performance! Beautiful 1942 Philco ... finest tone, sensitivity and selectivity ever offered at this price! Come in, see it, hear it! if DOUBLE I.F. CIRCUIT. Four times the sensitivity, amazing selectivity and power. if BUILT-IN SUPER AERIAL SYSTEM. More efficiency on both standard and short-wave reception. if ELECTRIC PUSH-BUTTON ., TUNING. For 5 favorite stations, plus "On-Off" Button. if OVERSIZE SPEAKER. if EXQUISITE CABINET. if MANY OTHER FEATURES. MUO 365K '89.95 FREE Coffee and Cooki Stop in our Store any time from 10:00 a. m. to 6 p, m. for a FREE cup of coffee and cookies. There will also be a demonstration using one of our Shellane Universal Ranges to bake cookies, muffins, biscuits, etc. Pils bury Flour is being provided for the baking. The coffee will be furnished and served by the Nash Coffee Go. inks' Urs. YOU TOO, CANp ENJOY COMPLETE! GAS SERVICE CUE! I AML7 THE MODERN OtlLLLHIlC KITCHEN GAS 1 ffi GRAND OPENING Algona Maytag Co. Distributor HARLAN AND STATE ST. COOKING-just put your whole meal in the oven, set the Auto- made Heat Control, and forget it. No attention is needed. HOT WATU-at the turn of a tap! For dishes, washing clothes, bathing or shaving. Shellane Gas operates Automatic Water Heater! MWOMATION-Electrolux Re- fngerator runs on SheUane Gat. Completely automatic; Saves time, food, and money. Come in and let us show how Shellane will save you 3 hours' work each day! ARE you tired of fussing with old•**• fashioned cooking methods...makeshift refrigeration...inadequate hot water service? Here's good news for you! Shellane Gas Service is now available right in your neighborhood! • This modern homemaking fuel is fast ... .clean.. .efficient...dependable. And it costs so little to use that almost any famfy can enjoy its work-saving convenience. Come in today and see our 1941 Shellane- Universal Gas Ranges, the new Shellane Automatic Water Heaters, the miracle Shellane Blectrolux Refrigerators. You'll find us eager to serve you. Ask about LOW combination rates THE MO KITCHEN ALGONA MAYTA6 CO

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