The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1942 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 14, 1942
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TROUSER CUFFS MUST GO SAYS WPB TO DEALERS (Retailers of men's and boys clothing have asked the War Pro duction Board If the prohibition against troused cuffs in M-73-a ap plies to stock on hand prior to th( effective date of the order, March 30, 1942, but sold after the order goes into effect. The anhwer is yes, except for a small percentage of trousers that come from the factory already finished with cuffs. Even then the cuffs must be removed if alterations in the length of the trousers are required. tin that connection', the Appare! Section of the WPB pointed out that keeping cuffs off trousers al- rendy manufactured and in process of manufacture before March 30 will make available enough reprocessed wool to produce more thah 300,000 additional suits. The Clothing Section of the War Production Board announced today that arrangements have been made for the American Red Cross to act as a central agency in collecting from clothing stores throughout the country wool clips that will become available by reason of the prohibition against cuffs on men's and boys' trousers. AROUND IOWA Wild Ou»s A former- resident of Grinncll, Gco. T. Williams, now of Ij^mpoc, Calif., lias .sent the Herald-Register. Grinnell, a sample of the wild oatrf they grow in the far western state. This .sample was a stalk cf the grain measuring more than live feet in length. It came in the form of n long, slender parcel and aroused considerable interest and no little comment. Yc. Ed.. Pub. and Rep. Kenneth C. Noble, editor and publisher of the Sutherland Courier is the latest of a small coterie of newspapermen who have thrown their hats in the ring- for public ofiice. Mr. Noble seeks the republican nomination for state rcprcs- enuit've from O'Uricn county. I'itjys to Only once in the history of the establishment of Carlson's Cash store in Lockridge-.-and that's 13 year'.- - has the store failed to have an advertisement in the local newspaper. One \v_uk only out of jTfi was there no ad for the paper. This in itself i:-- qnilc a record and speaks volumes for the pulling power or Lcdyard Loyal Lassies Have Meeting Lakota: Lois Peterson was the hostess to the Ledyard Loyal Lassie 4-H girls last week Wednesday night. Roll call was Things' I Plant in my Garden. Eva Eggerth gave the rnuslc lesson. Talk on Classes of Vegetables was given by Florence Heetland. Discussion' on the planting of garden was held by the group. How to examine jars of food before using was discussed by Ellen Laabs and How Much Butter and Milk is required in the diet by Wanda Heetland. Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht leader, gave the lesson on dinners and ways of serving thorn and a discussion followed. WESLEYANS TO ROCKWELL CITY; NICK MILLER ILL Word was received here Sunday morning of a heart attack suffered by Nick Miller at Rockwell City. Mrs. Frank Cukz was at Rockwell City at the time and Joe Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yager left for Rockwell on Sunday. newspaper advertising. Matter of Course The brain derby conducted at the State University of Iowa has established Hself as a proving ground for the United States consular service. Allen Dewey, Chariton entry in the derby a few years ago now is a member of the consular service nt London, England. Hs graduated from George Washington University. Washington, D. C., last year. Fame Anamosa, Iowa, on March 20, enjoyed the distinction of being the site "of the world premier of Gcno Autry's new musical picture. 'Heart of the Rio Grande." It won this distinction because of the ocality having more Autry fans per capita than any other place in the iistribtition areas of the film. GjoUlniiner Dead Robert Kane, brother of Ed Kane of Emmctsburg, met death ac- iiclgnt. iu a gold mj'ic at Dcudwood. D., rccohllyi' The former Em- nctsburg man who left his homo ibout 28 years ago to engage in min- operations, apparently fell into i dc;?p hole in a shaft and was instantly killed. Academy Honor J. B. Davidson, head of agricul- tiral engineering of Iowa State College, has just been elected a 'orci'/n member of the Royal Swe- lish Academy of Agriculture. Thf: certificate of membership came by iri-mail to Ames last week via Brazil. I Told You So! 'Like the old woman—I knew the cow swallowed the grindstone. I coaxed all my customers last fall *o buy their overshoes early. The ones that did had their overshoes when the cold, muddy weather came. The ones that thought I was just trying to sell more overshoes could not find what they wanted later on and paid high prices for what they did find, I have reliable information from headquarters that the same thing is going to happen to shoes. In a letter from one of the largest factories in the U. S. they state shoes made from now on will be higher in price, poorer in quality and hard to get. This is not sales talk for this (firm is refusing orders from new trade saying they will not have enough leather to supply their old accounts. I have a wonderful stock lof shoes on hand, all bought early., We are still dishing them out at old prices but cannot do so forever. As the present stock is sold and we have to buy more we well have to raise the price or quit business. . Jimmie Neville FEEL THAT/DIFFERENCE", WITH THIS Gasoline! Cuttom-lailortd to this monlh'i y««therl Ye«, that's right! The Phil- lipt 66 Poly Gai which you buy at any Orange and Black 66 Shield dur. ing Apiril, i» matched to lacal weather for the month ... just as it i* •very month, winter or summer, right thro--?h the year. Try • tankful of this weather- Matched, higher test gasoline that xlls at no higher price. See for yourself if you don't "feel that differ. dice" » . . right from the start I CUE FOR YOUR CAR ... FOR YOUR COUNTRY! PhiU-up with Phillips OIL CO., Distributors Service Station, State « Phillips, Jim McUfeihon, MRS.J.RI BANROFT.DEAD ^Bancroft: Mrs. Joseph Reiter, a Bancroft resident since 1913. died at her home Easter Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock following an illness of seven months. ,A strike of paralysis was the cause of her death. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning, April 8 at 10 o'clock from St. John's Catholci church. Burial was made In St. John's cemetery. Pallbearers at the services were: Otto. Vaske, John Brink, A. B. Lappe, F. J. Welp, Hans Presthrius and W. A. Murray. Catherine Leners was bOrn in Helsdorf, Luxemburg, March 26, 1878. She came to the United States in 1903 and on April 13, 1904, was united in marriage to Joseph Reiter at Evanston, 111. The couple spent lone year in Illinois, and then came to Kossuth county, locating near West Bend. In 1908 they moved to a farm west of Bancroft and five years later moved to their present farm a half mile south of Bancroft. |She is survived by her husband and seven children, Mrs. Ted Johnson, Pierre Reiter of Bancroft, Mrs. Hqiko Beenken of lEmmetSburg, Mrs. Gdorge Jaqua of Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Earl Ogren, and Mrs. William Janvrin of Lakota and Eugene Reiter of Ruthvcn. Three brothers and eight grnndchildron also survive. The brothers are Geo. Loners of Bancroft, Nicholas and Matthew Leners of Chicago. Young for Supervisor Oliver Young, Wesley, has announced that he will be a candidate for supervisor from the Third district on the democratic ticket in the Juno primaries. He has been in the employ of the coulity the past nine years, having charge of the road work in that district, has been a resident of the county since 1017, and of Wesley for ten year. 1 !. Mr. Young is being urged to make the race by many friends who live in the Third district. MARKETS HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 $13.GO Heavy butchers, 200-300 13.75 Packing sows, 270-360 13.10 Packing sows, 360-400 '..... 12.90 CATTLE Canners and cutters $4.50-5.50 Fat yearlings 0.00-11.00 Stock steers 8.00-11.00 Veal calves 7.00-14.00 Fat cows 6.rX>-7.00 Fat steers 10.00-11.00 SHEEP Choice $11.00-11.25 Medium 10.00-11.25 Common 2.00 Culls '.. 3.00 down Fat ewes 3.00-5.0 CHAIN No. 2 white corn, new 83 1 /* No. 2 yellow corn, new 69V No. 2 mixed corn, new 6 No. 1 yellow corn, old 71V 27 Ib .test white oats 4 No. 2 yellow soy beans 1.6 No. 3 barley ,..„ 4 EGGS Premiums ; 29 Extras _ k 2T Mediums 23i Dirty and checked eggs 21i Cash cream— Sweet 38i •No. 1 37c dNTo. 2 35 POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs IT&c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 15%c Hens, under 4 Ibs. ..._ „ HVic Cocks, over 4% ...J.0c Cocks, under 4M: Ibs „. 8c No. 2 poultry, 3c less. These are Monday quoBaitlons 1 Prices are subject to chang* by time of publication. Dau Appoint* New Promotion Committee Appointment "of tfee promotion committee tot the coming ygar was « a <te by President Wm. bail, of the Algottt Cham'bef 6f Commerce, this'week. The'new committee Js made up of the following: Wiw. ffi, tf. 1* ftlchardsoh, . A: B. Kreseniky, 0. Riaft <3. H, gwansbn, Frank zfendef aha Chris Reese. A Victory Garden meeting was held at the German, towiwhip'dls- trlct No. 6 school Friday evening. Ten cent lunches were sold Classified Ads RATES—Minimum charge 25c fo 13 words or less. Cash rate, 2c pe word, paid in advance. For Sale !FOR SALE—Mukden' soy beans good germination.—Carl Hutchins phOne 24P3, Algona. 15-16 •FOR SAldS—Timothy hay in barn.-^T. M. Elmore, Algona. Phon< 11F3L \ . IFOR SALE—Unimproved 80 acre in Kossuth Co. $65 per acre. Thi. will pay you a good dividend 01 money invested.—C. W. Ndcoulln, Al sona. 15 FOR SALE—Mukden soybean seed. Germination 99%. —Cec! Bjustrom, Whittemore. Phone 3212 15 FOR SALE—Registered milking Shorthorn males. 7 to 9 mos. old Sires record 548 Ibs. B. F.—Aaron "Iteussy, LuVerne. 15 FOR SALJE-^Power Sewing machine, like new.—Walter Grubb Wesley. 15 'FOR SALE—Clean Mukden soy >eans— R. O. Drcyer, Phone 3515 Lone Rock. , 15-16' 'FOR SALE)—Car of good feeding vheat—Farmers Lumber & Grain Irvington. 154 FOR SALE—Seasoned burr 03)5 )osts and corner posts.—.p. S Thompson, Phone 26F12, Algona. 15* (FOR SALE—6-ft. John Deere combine.—Paul Black, phone 8F4 Algona. • 15" ON HAND—Thousands of B"aby and Started Chicks every day.— Fhompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn 10-13*-2-l FOR SALE- Good Remington up- •ight typewriter. New roller. Com- ilctely.- overhauled. First $22.50—The Algona Upper DCS VIoines. 6-tf FOR SALE—Clean Manchu Soy Beans for seed. Test 98%. $2.25 er bu.—Walter Muhle, 3 ml. NE I Verne 14-13' 1 For Bent YOUR STORE Large Hoe, only _____ Special Ladies OO A Hoe, only ____ VVv Spading Forks 89c, 98c Garden Eakes 69c,98c,1 15 Lawn Bakes 49c, Garden Plows Lawn Grass Seed, Ib. 25c Ferry and Northrup King Seeds Pig Pans each ______ 25c Chick Waterer "JQ A 2 gal., only — 19v Red Bam Paint, gal. __ 1.15 Spar Varnish for inside or outside CO A quarts __ 00V Hishino, for interior walls, etc., quarts only Sand Paper 1 flu 7 sheets only— illv Wire Clothes Line, 10Q ft - FOR RENT—Bungalow. Leslie Jenkins, Algona. Inquire 15 FOR RENT—18% acres blue grass pasture. Running water. Good fences. Or will take in cattle or horses.— Orville Gardner, Lone Rock. 15* (FOR RENT—Dennis Pratt house occupied by R. J. Nealy. Possession May 1. Phone 880. 15* OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT— Heated room over Kleinpeter Food Store. See June Corey at Upper Des Moines office. . 44-tf IFOR RENT—Good 160-acre pasture near Titonka.—T. G. McDermott, First National Bank Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. 14-15 Wanted WAJffTED—Farm work man and tractor, 3 mllea north of Sexton.-R. A. Dacken. 15* .WANTED—To take over a farm lease, will pay a fair price. Inquire or write Upper Des Moinfs. 15* WANTED — Car repainting. — Dau Garage. 15 WANTED—Reliable Person wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. Steady work—no lay offs in our line. Some making $100 in a week. Write Mr. Cole, Box 264, MarshaHtown, Iowa. 14-15* WANTED—Custom shearing.— Frank Lewis, Carl Weiner, phone 805 Lone Rock or 1004 E. McGregor, Algona. 14-15* WANTED—Again we are buying old books and magazines as well as scrap iron and metals.-^Joe reenberg. 30-tf Miscellaneous ,NOnOB—We stock repair parts for Delco farm lighting plants.— Pratt Electric. 15 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR drained and cleaned by iour new process to avoid heating -troubles later.— Dau Garage. 15 IPREE—For the Hauling—Manure oiled outdoors. Come and get it.— Colwell Sale Barn. 15 : " The Algona Upper Des Mollies Authorized Smith-Corona and Underwood Dealer Allen Adding Machines 3-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona. Upper Des Molhea. 50c and up. • 13*-tf OET YOUR STARTED CHKJKB N|OW( One week to three Wfcens old at reasonable prices. Blooc tested and guaranteed, strong anc healthy. A good supply on hartd at all times. Day-old Leghorns, $9.90; Heavies, $10.00; Leghorn pullets, $19^90; Leghorn cockerels, $1.90.— Hamilton Hatcheries, Bancroft and Titonka, Iowa. 14-tf Breakfast BJuWom's" 43-tf , File Folders' Adding machine f dlla Typewriter rlbboftji Carbon Paper Mlmeogiraph paper Scotch tape Sale* Legal Ttype Second paper sheets Odjby Sheets Ink pads, stamp* Stamp pad Ink . Printing At The Algeria Upper DM Molnes. 6 NoftK Dddffi. 28-8 SEE ME FOR Real Bargains Ir farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl- Haas, phone 22, Algona. 16-tl TOWN PROPERTY LOANS as low as 4%% to buy, build, remodel, refinance F. H. A. or Association plan, monthly reduction or five-year term. No Commission or appraisal charge.—Algona Federal Savings .6 Loan Ass'n. Algona, Iowa 14-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture And when you do be sure you get GENUINE HENRY FIELD SEEDS AND PLANTS HENRY FIELD'S BIG SEED & NURSERY STORES ~~ ALGONA, IOWA" Buy your Copy of Saturday Evening Post March 18 Last painting of Grant Wood, Iowa painter, on 1 front cover. Something worth keeping. The Post is on sale at Barker Drug Lusby & Giossi Smoke Shop James Drug Algona Hotel Carriers are— I Jerry Ludwig Tommy Beardsley Don French Tommy Barker GET Started Chilis Now • -V •- '-"'.' " . One Week to Three Weeks Old at Reasonable Prices Blood tested, guaranteed strong and nealthy, A good slupply on hand at all times.< Day-old Leghorns _ $9.90 Heavies __». 10.90 Leghorn Pullets _____________ 19.90 Leghorn Cockerels _ _, 1.90 >••. ' ' * • Hamilton Hatcheries Bancroft and Titonka, Iowa Used Farm Equipment TKA crd&s One F-20 Farmall on rubber with cultivator On 2 F-30 Farmall on Rubber with cultivator s One 10-20 McCormick-Deerlng tractor. Good shape. One 15-30 McCormick-D;ering tractor, good shape. MACHINES 2 No. 4 McCormlck-Deering cream separators. Two No. 20 corn pickers, 2 row mounted for F-20 or F-30. 36 inch Woods Bros Steel Thresher. 1 I. H. C. No. 102 planter with wire , 8 foot Mfl/Cormick Grain Binder One 8" Feed Grinder McCormick-Deeriiig Store INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER OO? Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgr. 97% INABILITY! Actually 9.7 out of every 10 chick* olive »nd healthy at 8 weekil That'* the life •lory oi mote than 100,000 <Uy-oldSwiifiBftbyChicki. PUoeand order today with you neaiett Swift Hatchery. Swiffs Baby Clucks FARMERS—Swift's Baby Chicks can be money makers. Place your rder early to insure getting them when you wajit them.—Swift & •o. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf FERTILIZER—Now la the time o plan ytc-ur fertiliser needs. Swift's Red Steer Is dependable. We can give you quick service and economical prices on any standard analysis—Swift and Co.,. Algona, la. 13-15 (PRESERVE YOUR OAR by letting us clean it up, repair and paint the fenders.—Dau Garage. IS ' SWIFTS fQULTRY apd concentrates contain all of the proteins, minerals and vitamins necessary for correctly balanced diet, with your home grown grains. Poultry concentrates, 37% protein, 14.35. Swine concentrates, 41$ protein, $3.80. Egg jMfasb, $3.QO.-7-Swift & Co., Algona, towa. ; T-tl the new -Kossuth Iowa. AFTER EASTER NEWS from the Market We spent several days in the market. We filled in some important items which are the most wanted by everybody, These are now* in .stock, Folks tell us we have a more complete stock than many cities ten times the size of Algona, Try us for that hard-to-find garment, Wanted Coats Those hard-to-get tweed coats in tailored boy models—yes we have them in all sizes from 12 to SO. Tans and C I R blues, at ............... - ...... -.....*... VIO V Those silk 'boucle-twisted tweeds in sizes IB to 46— tans and J?eys ........ .......... ------ .... ' > _ \ Smart Dresses Al] types of dresses — {smart navys, with jackets or redingotes— summery fabrics in Miami type materials, meshes and visonettes — pastel colors, all sizes, a grand selection from Professional Carts ATTORHEIrS AT UW R. J. Harrington 3, D. L<Wf» HAIWUNGTOtf A L0WB Rooms 212*14 First tfat'l fik. ALGfcNA, IOWA ; QtfAJSrW M, W, Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 42tf ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON A HUTCHISON ATTOfcNHirS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore 0. HUtcBisoii,,,/ Security State Bank Building Phone 251 .. ;. Algols/Iowa. B. J. Van tfess Allln A.-fifrunsott. VAN NESS A -finUNS'oN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Heise Building Phone' 213 Algona, la. Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY" ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Hutchison Bldg. Phone Oft- V ALGONA, IOWA HIBAM B. tVHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 206 ""• UNNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW •Algona, Iowa Phone 281. Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg.. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ' ' ATTORNEY. AT LAW (County Attorney ) . Office in Hutchison ..Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phono 300 Res. Phone 328 ALGONA. IOWA - C. II. CRETZiUEYER,. M.. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON •& PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg.'' PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 194. Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicoae veins and rupture. DR. HAROLD MEYEB OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' General Practice Special attention given to disease* of heart ( ,and chest. '••/.. -... Sawyer Bldg.,'9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166, Residence 78ft ALGONA, IOWA DB. O. D. SCIIAAP | DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133. Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa. 'A. J. EASON, Dentist , • Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 8B> KARL B. HOFFMAN DENTIST • Office in New Helee Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low Oast* THE BELIABLE DECORATORS Kermit Forbes—phone 698 Merle Webster—phone 756 Milo Rentz—<phone 92-W. Typewriter Paper 500 Sheets 59c This is a good grade pond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire •* A, £, p. M. office II "Read 'Em and to ^^^^ ™W^ffi^P HP^H»y ^WF ^PpflBfllwl|w T^F ^PF ^Pff^ ^^^F ^(F ^£F ^Bw T|(^ H, W, POST Dray and Transfer of all kinds Lon$ UMg lJwm«4

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