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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1950
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LOCALS KaJhy Derm and hat been on the sick list the past several days with flu. * Janice Mae. five year aid daughter of Mrs. Leona Esthers is sick with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jensen of Rock Rapids. Mrs. A. L. Fisher ana Dairy) spent Saturday at Clarion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wray. Francis Rutledfte and Rosetia Stemman enjoyed a steak dinner Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rutledge. Billie, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraser, is out of school this w«ek, being another measles victim. .Mr. and Mrs. Roland Elberi were visited last week by the former's niece, Juanita Elbert, of Bismark, S. D. Mrs. James Alex Is leaving the last of the week for Chicago. 111., to visit ten days with her mother, Mrs. Bessie Lampropulos. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Danielson spent from Thursd>y till Saturday at Cedar Rapids with relatives of Mrs. Danielson.' Mr. and Mrs. Clem Erlander and daughter Jane have moved into one of the new Cowan homes in the Woodward addition. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel were visited last week Sunday by the letter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lakin, of Ruthven. Billy, Larry, and Robert, sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers, are sick with measles. Billy, having had them first, is now recovered. Del Clopton came home Thursday from Minneapolis, Minn., where he had been hospitalized for a time. He is feeling quite well. Mrs. Dora Fraser, who fell a few weeks ago and suffered a hip injury, is able to be up a little, though still not able to walk much. Mr. and Mrs. John Deim, Greichen and Jon, spent Sunday and were supper guests at Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman's, at Clarion. The women are sisters. Mrs. Scott Moore has been here from Ames to see her uncle, Duncan Fraser, who has been hospitalized at St. Ann the past ten days with pneumonia. Mrs. John Kirk it home from St. Ann hospital where she was taken several days ago. She is much improved but must remain comparatively inactive for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deiman returned Wednesday from Des Moines where they had spent a fortnight with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs". Geo. Kinkki. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter had as callers Friday the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Schaper, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, and Gus Torine of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dieckmann recently returned from a two I weeks' vacation to various points I in Florida, being accompanied ion the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Ecus Lundberg of Mason City. ' Mrs. Lloyd Wellendori. Lamont '• and Carmen, and James Scuff- ham recently drove to Minneapolis, Minn., and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Wellendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeBolt spent the weekend at Des Moines with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and*Mrs. Robert DeBolt, and the senior Mr. DeBolt also attended a district meeting of O. K. Welders. Delores Elbert, who i* employed at Jean's dress shop, has been sick with .flu several days and was at home with her mother Mrs. Joe Elbert, during her sickness. A sinus and throat infection also developed. John and Joe Lee, children of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert, have the measles, following the same sickness which has kept Agnes Rose from school the past two weeks. She returned to school Monday. She is in first grade at the Academy, Mrs. Fred Will accompanied Mrs. Frank Sterling, Monday, to visit the respective sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Martin at Overland Park, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Nelson at Kansas City, Mo. They expect to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Elbert spent the weekend at Des Moines with the latter's mother, Mrs. William ShelJenberger, of Storm Lake, and a brother-in-law and sistrr, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tollman. The latter has been sick and the mother is assisting in her care. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall returned Wednesday from a six weeks' vacation at Brownsville, Tex. The thermometer registered 90 a few days before their return home. They stopped at Ft. Dodge for a brief visit with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold LeVier. Mr. and Mri. C. H. Clement and Ruth Ann went to Boone, Monday, to enable Ruth Ann to take a pipe organ lesson from Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, former Algonian who had a class in music heVe in addition to her position as organist at the Congregational church. Mrs. Gunn is continuing her profession at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nichols had as weekend guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nichols and Bobbie, of M. Dodge and the son Gerald is home from Pontiac, Mich , where he has been since last July. He has made his home with his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lloyd. He plans to enter the navy. Relative, who came from a dU tunce to attend the final rites fur Richard Carman, Monday, March 6, were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burgesen, Mrs. Marjorie Saylor, and Lawrence Weig, of Aberdeen, b. D. Because of a misunderstanding in the message, Mrs. Evelyn Sisco and Mrs. Veru Ressm of bax- ton N D., nieces of the deceased, got hsr* H day too VERY DAY-4S 1ARGAIN DAT JOB -RADIO-CLOTHE' MONEY •IHOMI -CA fUHNITUU! MEWElB Dennis Orion, who since Infancy, has made periodic trips to the University Hospital at Iowa City for a checkup on surgery performed when he was a child, to correct a fSot ailment, was there from Saturday till Wednesday. He is completely recovered and no further examinations are necessary. Mrs. Joe Elbert recently returned from Corwith where she had been assisting in the care of her daughter, Mrs. Dwight Wagner, and the children, all of whom had the flu, and upon her return home found her daughter, Delores, was also sick with it and in heed of her care. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukail spent last week Sunday at Fort Dodge with the formers brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wallukait. This week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallu- kait and daughter, Jane, of Humboldt were dinner guests at the parental Chris Wallukait's. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cowles are parents of a ten pound, four ounce son, John Michael, born Friday at St. Ann hospital. There are two other children in the family, Ronnie and Marilyn, who are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred :Cowles, at Roberts, Wis. Mr'. Cowles is with the soil conservation bersonnel. Mr. and Mr*. L.. J. C«is*l hare had as guests the tatter's parents. Mr. -and Mrs. R. J,,, Neary, of Omaha, Neb. Other guests at dinner Sunday were Mr. <and Mrs. Charles Neary of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon and family. Upon conclusion of 'the visit here, Mary Michele, dadgh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cassel, accompanied her grandpar e n t s home for a visit. Francis Ruiledge and Rosette Steinman drove to Iowa City Friday to be with the former's brother, Harold Smith, who had a goiter operation Saturday morning. They ran into a snow storm, but went as far as Waterloo where they stayed overnight. They continued on to Iowa City the next morning, but reported that the road was very icy. The two returned to Algona Monday evening. When they left Harold, he was sitting up in a chair and was to have the stitches removed on Tuesday. He was expeected home last Thursday, March 16. Mr. ROM Coleman came Thursday from Louisville, Ky., to care for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Who, injured her right hand severely when it was caught in the wringer. Mrs. Coleman is making good recovery, but it will be a few more weeks before she will have use of the hand. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter of Elmore, Minn., brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Ross Coleman, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, Friday, and also spent some time with the Mesdames Colemans. Other visitors Saturday were cousins of the senior Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. John Hohenberger. Mrs. Vernon Hohenberger, Mrs. Arthur Zandt and two daughters, and Mrs. Berte and daughter, all of Livermore. Rites Held For Mrs. Steers Funeral services for Mrs. Priscilla pteers were held Friday at 2 p. m. in the McCullough Funeral Chapel with Rev. O. W. Brand in charge. Burial was in the Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were E. C. McMahon, Marc Moore, Herman Hauberg, Glen Buchanan, Walter Jensen, and William Sharp. Mrs. Steers was born June 2, 1860, in Cambridge, England. She died lat the Marrit Rest Home March 15 at the age of 79, having been an invalid for a number of years. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. K. D. James; a granddaughter, Mrs. Roy McMahon; great- grariHdaughter, Judy McMahon; and other grandchildren in California. CLASSIFIED AD _ . RATES Minimum charge: 35e, 10 wordi or less, cash in advance. Each additional word, 3c. cash ift advance. When charged, 5c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. Mail or bring ad* to THE ALGONA UPPER DEB MOINES, Algona, Iowa. For Sale FOR SALE — HOME GROWN red clover seed, 900 red clover lies. Arnold Meine, Whittemore. 8-10* tfn FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans, Ames tested. R. L. Bernau, 4 mi. west, 4% south of Algona. 10-11' FOR SALE — THREE BLACK Poland brood sows. Leslie McEnroe, Phone 33F3. 4 miles east on 18. 2nd place north, Algona. 11* USED FARM MACHINERY available at Algona Impl. Co 42' John Deere elevator "B" 110 planter to fit Farmall "B" tractor 8' IHC field cultivator One manure loader F-20 tractor on rubber with cultivator Johh Deere "A" on rubber with cultivator • 2-P 2-row pull-type picker Regular Farmall on rubber One 2-16" Case tractor plow One 3-16" No. 8 Little Genius tractor plovf Used John Deere and Int. corn planters ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Commercial and Diagonal Sis. Algona, Iowa 11 New 10' & 12' M-M discs. Also HO ley-Kj IVEY IMPLEMENT CO. 11 Used M-M 15' disc. Used 'only one year. New disc guarantee. HOVEY IMPLEMENT CO. 11 FOR SALE — 30 MUSCOVY hens. H. R. Zumach & 'Son, Whittemore. 11-12 FOR SALE - 75c. alfalfa BALED CLOVER 85c, feeding oats 65c. Phone 30-F21, C. L. McEnroe. 10-11* FOR SALE — HAWKEYE SOY beans, grown from certified seed. Ames tested. T. Lagerstrom, Burt, phone 103. 10-11 FOR SALE—MRS. ELLA LAIRD estate house, 703 E. Call St., modern (10) and garage, excellent location. For particulars write Theodore Aulmann, Administrator, c4> Eagle Iron 'Works, Des Moines, Iowa. ' " 10-11 USED MACHINERY SPECIALS (1) Used John Deere G. P. Tractor (1) Used Allis-Chalmers WC Tractor with 1949 cultivator Used Spreaders Used Springtooth Harrow KOSSUTH CO. IMPL. STORE Courthouse Square Algona FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone llock.. la. u4atf FOR SALE — BURROUGHS adding machine, 09,999 capacity, .good condition, on portable pedestal. At the Upper Des Moines, office supply dept. FOR SALE — COCKER PUP, 3 months old. Not registered. Come and see it. Arnold Kuecker, Fenton. 11* FOR SALE—BROODER HOUSE, 12x16. good as new. Ole Ravn, Swea City. la. 11-12* "FOR SALE — ALLIS-CHAL- mers Little G tractor plow, two Halsrud, 11-12* FOR SALE — 2,000 BU. CL1N- tott oats, germination. 98%. Wm. .Metzger, West Bend, Ph. 25*20. ' •. 11-14* Farms For Sale SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, Phone 22, Algona. tfn FARM OWNERS AND BUYERS finance your farm purchase, improvements, and other farm needs with a FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAN, adapted to your needs. Dividends paid the past year had effect of reducing interest to less thai>3%.% to members having loans through ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASS'N. E. H. Hutchins, Sec.- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St. 8-11* FOR SALE — 80 ACRES NEAR Whittemore. No buildings. $192- SO. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradlev Bros., Algona. 11* Dealer who supplies you regularly with household necessities? If not why don't you start in yjour o\yn neighborhood as the Rawleigh Dealer in Algona, Southeast Kossuth or Southwest Hancock counties? Profits are large. Buy on credit. (Personal • interview m your home, if desired) Write Raw- leigh's.JDept. 1AC-51-258Z. 11* SITUATION WANTED—YOUNG man, seven years varied office experience, two years college. Desires position. References given. Box 69, Algona. 11* FOR SALE — 160 ACRES NEAR Whittemore. Good buildings, lays nice. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros., Algona. 11* FOR SALE — 135 ACRES NEAR Algona. Modern home. Good out-bllildings. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Eros'., Algona. 11* FOR SALE — 74 ACRES NEAR Algona. No buildings. % pasture, Mt good crop land $100. Paul M. Seeley, c/o Bradley Bros., Algona. 11 * Household Goods FURNITURE SALE — MRS. Lampright will sell the following household goods for Frank G. Livingstons and A. M. Collin- sons at the Collinson residence at 314 West State Street, Saturday, March 25, starting at 10 o'clock and continuing until everything is sold: Spepd Queen Washer, Maytag wsiiier. Skelgas stove, Electric Refrigerator, breakfast set, high chair, baby bed, child's wardrobe, dinette set, chest of drawers, wool rugs, living room suite, rockers, 3 beds, complete; mahogany dresser, lamps, play pen, card table and chairs, Rollaway-bed, Hoover vacuum sweeper, wash tubs, lawn mower, garden tools, wheel barrow, new tennis rackets, dishes, other articles too numerous to mention. 11* MEN WANTED Prominent local firm wants to interview men for sales solicitation work in this territory. Men who have sales experience preferred, though not necessary. Extra liberal commissions on item ihai sells in large units. Write a letter giving your qualifications lo BOX 69, Algona, Iowa. WANTED — USED OFFICE desk. Phone City Cab 897 or 900. 11* WANTED — SMALL FUR- nishcci apartment, man and wife. Call City Cab, 897 or 900. Algona. 11* WANTED — HOUSEKEEPER IN motherless farm home. Two children. Write C. A. Lauver, Lohrville, Iowa. 11* 1947 Mercury 4-door These three cars are all in exceptionally fine shape. You can't go wrong picking any one of them. All guaranteed. — BARGAIN BUYS 1946 Ford DeLuxe 2-door 1940 Ford 2-door USED TRUCKS 1949 Ford 1V4 ton LWB. This is a darn good truck and it's priced right. You won't find a better truck buy anywhere in this area. 1948 Ford 1-ton stake 1941 Chevrolet IK Ton LWB. This truck is very good mechanically, but it does look a little rough. Will make a fine farm truck. 1940 Ford 1V4 SWB. KENT MOTOR CO. Used car lot located diagonally across Slate Street from Kent Motor Co. Garage Algona, Iowa Tuesday, March 21, 1950 Atgono Upper De* Moin«—5 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — I WISH to thank all my friends for the beautiful flowers and cards sent me while at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Mary Kelly. 11 WANTED — WE ESTABLISH you in business on our capital. No investment or experience necessary to start. Write Winona Monument Co., Box 505, Winona, Minnesota. 11* :ARD OF THANKS — MANIT thanks to all .relatives and riends for cards, gifts, etc., received on our 25th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.' Lance E. Riebhoff, Burt. 11* WANTED -- MAN OR WOMAN ; at once for/ office work. Must be able to take shorthand and type. Swea City Hatchery, Phone 35, Swea City, Iowa. 11 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1939 DODGE DE- luxe sedan, motor A-l shape, radio, heater, spotlight, good rubber. 441 N. Williams. 11 Homes For Sale TAYLOR'S USED CARS Here's the Cleanest and Best Bargain We - or You - Have Seen in a Long Time! 948 DODGE CUSTOM SEDAN less than 19,000 actual miles. Must be seen to be appreciated, jland priced to move. 947 CHEVROLET TWO-DOOR Clean. L,ots of Good Used Cars - Cheap TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. 11 FOR SALE—SIX ROOM HOME, one bedroom and bath downstairs, insulated, automatic washing machine and oil heating stove included. Owner bound to sell.* $5,000. See Joel M. Herbst, 11 FOR SALE — EIGHT ROOM house on North Minnesota St., all modern, with or without furniture, newly decorated inside and out. Double garage. Phono 868-J or 289, Algona. 11 Before you buy — Before you sell — 3e sure to see fine used cars and trucks at Kent Motor Co., Algona 1949 Ford Custom 4-door • ' • 1948 Ford Super Deluxe 2-door Bancroft Phone 4431 Titonka - - 85 Burt *'_ 42 Lakota 2622 Lone Rock 72 Ringsted 200 Fenton — 121 Swea City 110 Seneca Store ESTHEHVILLE RENDERING SERVICE Davis Packing Co. License 59 Burt Girl, 1, Died Saturday Burf — Bonney Bell Long, the two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long, died at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Saturday morning, following a few hours' illness. Services were from the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon. Burf Benefit Burt — The Lone Rock Band Mothers are presenting the play "Coming Round the Mountain" in the Burt school auditorium, Monday, March 27, at 8 p. m. '. Miscellaneous Anna Buttemore Rites, West Bend Mrs. Anna Buttemore, West Bend, a pioneer resident of Palo Alto county with many friends in Kossuth, passed away March 11, at her home at West Bend. She was 89 years old. Mrs. Buttemore is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John Collins Sr., Augusta Buttemore. West Bend, and Mrs. John Origer, Bode. There are also 26 grand- hildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held March 14. at 10 a. m., at St. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend, ivith Father Greving officiating. Beginning This Week End MA FISHER'S CAFE At Burt Will Be 4 Open Every Sunday And Closed All Day Mondays. FOR SALE—THE ONE FEED that puts the finish on those Hogs for the early, right market. Sargent's MINRAL MEAL Is what we mean. America's outstanding hog supplement will do he job. See YOUR SARGENT FEED DEALER. 31 MR. FARMER Call our agent nearest you for prompt removal of dead stock. FOR SALE GOOD HOME Downstairs—living room and dining room, bath carpeted, kitchen, bedroom, den, bath. Upstairs—three bedrooms and bath. Insulated, Stoker, double garage, nice yard at 416 E. Oak. Owners plans call for selling this comfortable home. See Joe! M, Herb*t •, IT'S JUST COMMON SENSE TO ., CARRY " '" DON'T TAKE CHANCES! Play safe by driving with extra caution—and by having complete insurance coverage on your car. It may save you hundreds of dollars! BLOSSOM INSURANCE 7 N. Dodge St. AGENCY Phone 125 A COMPLETE PHOTO RECORD OF YOUR WEDDING Let us capture the spirit of your wedding day! From altar to reception, we will take clear, candid photos of the highlights of this great day. Phone 1045 for details. RUSSELL STUDIO 105V4 East State FOR SALE — MODERN HOUSE at 505 S. Dodge, 6 rooms and bath, all insulated and weather stripped, paved, owner positive to sell, possession at once. $7,500. See Joel M. Herbst. 11. FOR SALE — ALL MODERN home. Three .bedrooms and bath upstairs, big sitting room, dining room and kitchen down. Enclosed porch. At 308 S. Wooster. Double garage. R. J. Stewart, Algona. 11-12* FOR SALE — PARTLY MOD- ern house and repair shop with good office in Stilson, Iowa. Address Box 69-N, c/o Upper Des Moines, Algona. 11-12 row cultivator. Peter Phone 920, Algona. Tribute To O.E.S. Member, 50 Yrs. Burt — Sixty members of Kossuth Chapter 201 of the Eastern Star gathered in the chapter room here, Tuesday evening, March 14, to honor Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, now of Fairmont, Minn., in celebrating 50 continuous years of membership of the order. Rev. Handy opened the evening with prayer. Mrs. Ida Paine pinned an orchid corsage on Mrs. Dorrance, a gift from 28 past matrons. Mrs. Harvey, W. M., escorted the honor guests, with the rest following, to the dining room for a potluck dinner, served by Mrs F. L. Pratt and her committee. Following the close of chapter Mrs. Dorrance was presented to a chair facing the audience and a program was given in her hon- or - j i. The program was preparna by Erma Harvey. Clifford Holding, W. P.. save the pin and certificate to Mrs. Lois Trunkhill, who pinned the pin on Mrs. Dorrance. She responded wiVi. a lovely speech, telling of her past years as a member of the Order. A sextette from the high school sang two selections, accompanied by Miss Baars. Mrs. Gladys Haw- ciitt sann, "W» Love You Truly." Mrs Svlvia Stahl Caibon of St. Paul, Minn., accompanied Mn>. Dorrunee to Burt to attend the c'.'lebrution. Mr. Dorrance was unable to attend due to illness. Aev. John DeBoer and Mr. and 'Mrs. Otto Qlowe and John attended meetings at the Baptist church. Fairmont, Monday evening. FOR SALE — CASE 2-ROW tractor planter with fertilizer attachment. Used one year. Will sell cheap. A. J. Grandgenett, Phone 2-22, St. Benedict. 11* FOR SALE — WILSON 14' combination truck box; also enod brn")der house. M. C. Humphrey. Phone 1158-W. Algona. \\ • FOR SALE — 1936 LWB FORD irucK, mechanically perfect, olank bed, very good farm truck. P.ricexi reasonable. See Willis Vogel, Burt. 11* FOR SALE .— SMALL CORN crib and individual hog house. Also nearly new hand corn shell- er. Mrs. Walter L. Johnson. N.E. FOR SALE — SEVEN ROOM house, plus bath and sun parlor, 5 blocks from business district. Owner's plans call for quick sale. Call 1120 for appointment. 11 For Rent «/j STATE STREET BUSINESS FRONT For Rent Window display and one-half area up to 128 feet deep. Headed. All or part. Write Box 69, Algona. FOR RENT — BRICK WARE- house on highway 169, South Phillips St. 2700 sq. ft. Available April 1st. Duane E. Jensen. Phone 935 or 955, Algona. 9tfn FOR RENT—TWO FRONTROOM apartment, unfurnished. European Hotel. 11 FREE I FROZEN FOOD DEMONSTRATION city limits, Algona. 11*1 Wanted FOR SALE building. ng quarters and fixtures, only $'.250. Would like to sell balance of merchandise ""*h it. EYankl's Variety Store, Burt. xi-12* WANTED—LADY FOR HOUSE- Mrs. L. B. Wyatt, Algona, phone 6-93, Burt. 10-11* DO YOU NEED EXTRA MON- ey? Do you have a Rawleigh 1950 ALGONA CHARITY BALL QUEEN NOMINATION ENTRY I nominate. of _ as Queen of the It50 Algona Charily Bail. (Rules—Nominees must bo at least 18 yoars old, married, and a resident of Kossuth county). Mail this entry to: un- CHARITY BALL QUEEN COMMITTEE Box 250 AIGONA, IOWA 8 P.M. MONDAY, MARCH 27 AT ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. SAVt FOOD! $AV£ WORK! SAVE MONEY! Ye i, you can SAVB—and enjoy better, mart easily prepared meals at the tarn* time I Learn how by watching a professional home economist, who will answer all your questions. 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