The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1948 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 13, 1948
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FORHOSPITllY SERVE COCA-COLA r. * M o ,* „<.- *): Several Moves Ih Sweet City Area Ciiy: Several Jaridary moves werd made last Week. Les Oassem moved from his house in town to his farm known as the old Tpgelbc're farm, which he bought from Will Thompson, last year. Roy Pejers moved into the Cassem house which he purchased last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo FagerTimd moved into the front apartment of the A & L Variety store. The Edward Andersons moved into the rear A & L aparthiettt, va cated by the Fagerlunds. x Mr. and Mrs. George Rohli are moving into the apartmen over the Gamble store imple rneht building, where the A. H Hundebys. lived prior to thei moving to Algona. W A s £? Was bortl to Mr - 4«d Mrs. Mortcnsen at a Fairmon hospital, January 4. This makes three children for the Morten sens, two sons and a daughter. Mrs. Mary Senenfelter, Dows was seriously injured by a fal on ice near her home recently Mrs. Senenfelter. is the mother of Mrs. Walter Lunn and lived Swea City'for several years. The; W. C. T. U. meeting will be held January 20 at the home of Mrs. S. H. Hammer. Mrs. Fred Seylar will be lesson leader Mr. and Mrs. Will Mathers left Sunday, taking the Rocket at Mason City for Phoenix, Ariz., Where they will spend the win- er. BOTTLED' UNDER AUTHQRITY OF THE cocAjfllMcoMP^NY BY MINERAL SPRINGS BOTTLING CdlrMBOLDT, | O WA , © 1947, Tho Coca-Cola Company •Ai Mr and Mrs. Virgil Blomster and children -returned Thursday evening from Florida, where they spent the holidays with relatives of Mrs. Blomster. George K. Nelson has bought the Hattie Fults building now occupied by the Fred Seylar Shoe Repair shop. He will take possession when Seylar is able to move his equipment to another place and suitable repairs are (made. ', A. B. Twecten is giving his hardware building a thorough going over. The upstairs rooms have been cleaned up for apartments, a new ceiling and* lighting system has been installed and- a new front is being built The work on the Eggers build met, formerly owned by A. H Hundeby, is nearing completion Mrs. Freda Nichols of Milford and Mrs. Georgia Holcomb wen callers at the Mrs. Ray Sperbecl home, Wednesday, Jan. 7, on their way to Osaee. Mrs. Augusta B. Pehrson' is visiting in Moorehead, Minn, with her son Bernard and family and her daughter Mrs. Pons- ness and; family. The Rev. John de Boer of Bancroft was a dinner guest'at; the Hammer home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Nelion entertained at 7 o'clock din- at ..theic',, home New Year's Quests included Mr. anc en-&Ssrtis,SMr, and Mrs A. J. Bilsborough, MY. and Mr Richard O'Green and Johnnj Mrs. Fern Peterson and Arlenc Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompso and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs Wayne Thompson and Jerry an Mrs Rose Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bravende «r 6l J '", St Paul T "esday anc Wednesday, where Mr. Braven der attended a meeting of th advisory council of the s allied Clothiers group. Mr. and Mrs., Franklin (Zip Koons and son of Terril, were guests of the Les Cassems on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Godfredson oi Spirit Lake are parents of a new daughter born Jan. 2. Mrs df Te rf son is ' the former Gert- A son was bdi-n to Mr. and Mrs. Edwdrdr-M-Loos, Elmore Minn., Jan. 1,' 'l$fs. Loos is the former Barjor'ie'^'Holm, daughtci of the Severt Holms, The babe Has been named Craig Edward SEXTON r> ' IlafJilg decided to quit fanning and* miles south of Wesley, on , mo bittemore, I will have a closing out sale on the farm Mrs. Drusle Noble was brought home from the Kossuth hospital Thursday afternoon by ambulance. She has been a patient for five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein and family returned home Wednesday evening from a month's visit over the holidays. Christmas and New Year's, at Fairhopc, Ala., With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein and family. Mrs. Jess Grubb went to Dos Momes Friday, where she will stay at the home of George Grubb for a while during the absence of Mrs. George Grubb, yho will undergo surgery during he next week. -Mrs. Martin Mimbach accom- Jfinied her sister and husband, Wr. and Mrs. Joe Namer of Malard, to- Waterloo Friday, where hey will visit over the weekend t the home of another sister. Mr pnrl Mrs. Fred Borches of) that place. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seefelt and family, northeast of town were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mr.ynd Mrs. John Jennings and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elzo Lewerke and children of Ottosen came Thursday evening to •- get her mother. Mrs. Charles Stratton who 'has been here for several days at the home of her mother Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Stratton left Ottosen Friday for her home at Burlington. Mrs. Mamie Speicher, of Titonka accompanied her son Joe of Buffalo Center to the John Jennings home, where th&/ visited Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sanders of Mallard ^ J'v/1..,^ ,_,*. *.itu »v*.l/lfJi\iJ. dill wife, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Wednesday of last week. Kossuth People Touring Sooth * LuVerne:* Mr. and Mrs. Har- f *'• old SOrertson, Wayne, Dwight and Linda and Mrs. Sorenson's father, Victor Johnson of Algona, left a few days before Christ* mas for two weeks vacation and a tour of the south. They expect to go 'through the' along the route back through . ana and alon£ river back to see the main points COTTON'S ,948 PRICE LIST All chicks are frbm rigidly culled flocks and pullorum tested a tolerance of less than £ of 1%. All flocks were culled and twice before any eggs are taken for incubation. Straight n . . Run Pullets Maltel Big Lopped Comb White Leghorns $13.50 $28.50 $ 2.50 I SPECIAL MATING WHITE LEGHORNS | M T r'! M J"°| ir 1 ' ll ' rd yeilr llilfcll !"£ <"« grades of White Leghorns. Thjs grade Is frouf ,,, "'" or ,(.; I 1 }' JJ* () ; '*• Uflii'Hdate Mating %gs. >V« are gctling,these ctfgfc froni o well known White Leghorn breeders. i Straight Run, $16.50 Pullets $31.50 Male* jtf CROSS BRED CHICKS ? Straight f A * \x7u-. /AH r. „ * ^ - Run Pullets Males? Austra Whites (All Star Grade) ____'___$13.50 $28.50 $ 6.50 New Hamp. x Leghorn Cross, __ $13.50 . $28.50 $ 6.50 New Hamp x Barred Rock Cross $14.50 $23.50 $12,5$ SEXED CHICK GUARANTEE f We guaranfce 05% accuracy on all onions for iitillei chicks on Jiciii} males unless pullet chicks are sold. • EARLY ORDER DISCOUNT — no sex gitarahtc CASH DISCOUNT 3% Off for cash with order—THIS IS QUITE A SAVING CHICKS READY TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS { Cotton's Hatchery J Phone 12, P. O. Box 32 Lone Rock, Y22 AT 1 P. M. . \ HEAD OF^CATTLE 14 cows; 1 HereforflTOlj 12 calves; 14 feeder cattle. ' 1 KIDLNtf HORSE, gej,tle, lady broke, iveighf 000 70& PIGS MACHINERY, ETC. ' ^fi»^ ^Iflo^^fa^ t .^lwq4erRto\»i| trftufli^ feeawlr.JttifkffifeiM^S^^ HAI,W« ow ST«A1V r A?|jl 2"" Having sold my far,,, I will have a closing out sale located 4 miles east and 33^ n,ii cs north of AI nor 1 ;;; ;;'Sr"n i " ilcs soii<h ' J ' niic cast " Hd * nii *«»«° f »-^»-ii ^.rL" 0 ^ -£ A /> . i Tuesday, January 20th Kll If* I -I Jilfl IV if li^ti.^ ¥>^v..» M ,,. k xl, ' • ^IT! j\*' , * 4 ;->,"«$ Sale Held Without Reservations, 12 O'clock Lunch Wagon on the Grounds 31 Head of Livestock 27, Head of Cattle ] & ' . I'j i-a.^ > *?\' MACHINERY t 5 i; and potato grader; ' »>«» '»*-- •-- »/"- iJ "- Mllt i r » «ne-n»w potato bu, load* : 4()0 ^Sr&^afufiS'S^^^ , • 'r.-^s ,; «?& - ',^1 -fAf >', .|\^'wi - YJ^ : „•.-•> iy w, wwoKteif tftu« foy ^IsWn?; .wo^Jd |^«^,W^^ m ^ 4rfS' •: r ^t^«^^^^^^^fefcSJS| fa'^fcw»^^^g»^M.^fe» J -h i .^i M .,vitifc4»<»^**i^^i^

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