The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1942 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 26, 1942
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ST. JOE BOY, 12, SUFFERS BROKEN NOSE AT PLAY St. Joe: Joseph Fourage 1 , 12 year •old son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Ifiourage suffered a painful Injury to his nose on Friday afternoon. Joseph was playing ball at the Nick Klein home with Raymond Klein and Roman Gales when a batted ball hit a piece of iron and bounced back striking him on the nose. He was taken to the Algona hospital •by Joe Thilges where he received aid. Hospital New* Kossuth Hospital May 10-^Mrs. H. R. Strayer, Al- gonn, girl; Mrs. Frank Bleich, Wesley, girl: Vern Johnson, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Grace Wilsoln^ IM- Verne, girl. May 20—Mrs. Clara Schultz, Algona, medical; Roy Claybaugh, Graettinger, surgical. May 22—Mrs. Morten Christenson, L.U Verne, boy; Helen Graham, Algona, surgical. May 23—Mrs. George Ama, St. Benedict, surgical. May 24—Leroy MctWhorter, Algona, medical; E. -G. Ely, Wesley, medical. General Hospital Miay 18—Keith :Stott, Titon'ka, surgical. May 19— Mrs. George Yeoman, <3orwith, surgical. Guernsey Breeders To Hold Field Day Here on June 16th The .District 5 North Iowa Cfuef n- sey Judging school and field day will be held Monday, June 15, at Brown's Woodside Farm, Algona. It will be an opportunity for the Guernsey breeders in North Iowa to get together for an entertaining and educational day. The following: counties are Included in District S: Butler, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Frank* lin Grundy Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Humboldt, Kossuth, Mitchell, Webster, Wlnnebago, Worth and Wright. ; Hynes, Bancroft, Buyg Purebred Percheron Joseph E. Hynes, Bancroft, recently purchased a good purebred mare, Rose's June, .from C. M. Gross of Lone Rock. The mare is a black three year old Percheron of imported ancestry. The steadily increasing sales of Percherons is an indication that Americans are taking note of the gains made by purebred Percherons on the continent in spite of the war, or perhaps because of it. Recently a Percher- on stallion sold in England for $4,028, or about $2 per pound on the hoof. Another indication of what may happen here if the war is prolonged. Mr. and Mrs. 'Leo Gardner, employed at the O. E. Hott farm, became parents of a baby boy, Ronald Harold, born May 18 at the Kossuth hospital. It is their first child. Classified Ads JRATE5S—^Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. Cash rate, 2c per word, paid in advance. "" For Sale 'FOR SALE — Black Labrador pups, six weeks old. — G. E. Hansen, riiiles S. W. Titonka. 21 SALEH-^Manchu and Mukden soy beans.— Ralph Morgan, phone 7F3, Algona. 21 FOR .SALE — Soy bean seed and Boy bean Inoculation. — Algona Flour & Feed Oo. Phone 257. 21* FOR SALE— JHoews & Lowe, either yellow or white seed corn and also : some silo corn.— Andrew M. Hansen, dealer, ,439 N. Williams. : |V . 16-tf ON HANT^Thousands of Baby and Started " Olj&ks every day. — Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. ' ' •" *r24 NCfnlOE—Moore's D-X -Service will be open from 6:30 a. m. to-I) a, m. Memorial Day. 21 FARMERS—Swift's Baby Chicks can be jnoney makers. Place your order early to insure getting them when you want them.—Swift & Co. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf 97% INABILITY! Actually 9.7 out ol ovary 10 chlcka alive and healthy at Sweekal That's the life otory of moje than 100,000 day-old Swift's Baby Chicks. Place and order today with your nearest Swift Hatchery. Swift's Baby Chicks _ _ " FOB, SALE—JOSS Chevwi^; VJe- luxe 2-d6t>* sedan. Priced to — Casey Loss. • . JTDR SALE— Special Sale 10 Day' Old Rooks, Reds, Wyandottes, Aua- tra-Whites, Giants, Leg-Rooka,JVIi n - orcas, White, Buff and Brown Leg^ horns. Get your house ready now] and^gtt, tuSSl W Bargain fc\t'es'. Guaranteed Strong arm healthy.— Hamilton Hatcheries, Bancroft and Titonka, la. __ "-tf j Wanted WANTED—House work in town l, y school girl. Phone 931, by June 1st, Doris Drayton. *1* SWIFTS POULTRY and Swine concentrates contain all of the proteins, minerals and vitamins necessary for correctly balanced diet, with your home grown grains. Poultry concentrates, 37% protein, $4.35. Swine concentrates, 41% protein, $3.80. Egg Mash, $3.00.—gwift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 7-tf BEE ME FOR Real Bargains li Pgrnjg, IftHJS: <l r a ina e e surveying aid .est%ate.s o# jf j Pl ^Phil J, ??• "' Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room — Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-tl WANTPED—Woman or grown girl to help with housework and garden. Experienced. Box No. 69. 21 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS-*J1 the new releases, fleedles—albums. -.Kossuth Ilaclio * Electric, Algona, owa. 8-t* WANTED—Woman for houtee •work in the country. Phone 13F121, Mrs. : J. M. Larson. 21* IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp or any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Molnea, 50c and up. ISVtl LARGE RESPONSIBLE independent oil company wants to lease service station. Station should be well located and fully equipped. Write Box No. 69. 20-22 WANTED—GENERAL WELDING lawn mower shapening, at Viking Station, Sexton. See D. J Goeders. 18-21* OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT— Heated room over Kleinpeter Food Store. See June Corey at Uppe Des Moines office. 44-t Miscellaneous SPECIAL —Reduced Prices on large husky, started chicks. Sal Prices on baby chicks Fridav and Saturday only. Save Tires. Phone 589, Wellendorf Hatchery, west o Fairgrounds. • 2 For Rent J. P. Thilge*, Former St. Joe Resident, Buried There Monday •St. Joe: A large number ffom here attended the funeral .services for J. P. Thilges at Algona Monday at 9 o'clock In St. Cecelia's church Interment was in St. Joseph's cemetery < here. Mr.- Thilges formerly lived in this community and his son, Paul and family live on the farm here. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Susie (Mrs. Louis Fuhrman,, Mary at home an,1 Paul of St. Joe, and one grandson, Paul, Jr. Bode Cow Contributes To National Defense C. R. Schoby of n«ar Bode, owna a purebred Holstein cow which is surely doing her part in the production of food when she gives 6,227 quarts of milk during the yea:-, and 475 pounds of butterfat. This Is an outstanding record. Mr. Schd- by "says the cow was milked tiiree times daily and that her production was supervised :by Iowa State College, Ames. He stated that there were 9Q per cent of the milking cows in the country as productive there would be an abudan-ce of milk products for this country and its allies. The Plan* held its regular meeting Wednes* day May 13 at the community school room. "Youth txmfi*, at .iMarrlAge" was the topic given by Mftble Kubly, Edna' Miller Arid Kenneth Gould. Games were: played attd tne group enjoyed singing led by Aline Mar* tlnek. The committee in charge consisted of .Fidelia Skow and Barbara Sehrauth. „' Doan News iPred Asas and Mrs. Asa's sister, Betty Hutchison, were guests .at a family dinner at the P. O. Dorweiler home, West Bend, on Sunday. , (Friends and parents of the puplh of Wesley No. 3 school attended a picnic at the Call State Park on Sunday.'Harriet Schram of Titonka is teacher. . Patterson arifWuneed .»™, at the »o*ti ehftrcb Wi changed beginning Mety 31,to the morning hours instead 61 evening. The time Is 9:30 a. 584. , Mrs. orthel of Los Angeles, Calif., c&me recently to VMlt her soft, Led, and family. SMalso visited at Bfltt. Mrs. Lei* Ortfcel Is the for* ther Blanche Buffington. *-•.•• Mr. and Mrs, Pefey Brink were guests Sunday at the home of Mr?. Nellie Stoddard, < Kenwlek, where they met Mr. Brink's mother, Mfs: Josephine Brink, whom they brought home with them (or an Extended visit. Mr. Brink also visited; With a cousin, a sergeaHt in the medical corps of a camp near Sacra^ mento. Leander Seefeld and .Ted Hoover have lately been on the sick list. Mr. Seefeld has recovered from an attack of pneumonia.- ; Mr..Hoover is still suffering from a lanie back, resulting from trying to move a large rock in the field. He has been unable to work, Mrs. Lambert Brethorst was also ill the first few Two for one. Use the Upper Des Moines want ads. 3-tf THE TWO-WAY SPORTS SHIRT •» I . Ions S/««v*» ^^he convertible collar on this model make? it ideal for summer. Wear it buttoned up. with a tie, to business; slip off the tie, unbutton the neck... and yo«'« wear-, ing a cool, sensible sport shirt. Short sleeves SI and up Long sleeves $1.65 and np ZENDER'S The Hollywood •ROGUE Shirt by B.V.D,.$2-nobuN toni to bother with. Patented V-neckline doses iuelf. Sketch-, ed, "Annapolis." Short sleeves, $2. Long sleeves, $2.50. •"ROVER" Shirt by B.V.D., $3- broad, military- looking shoulders. achieved by a distinctive stitch- design.Model illustrated is "Nubia." With short sleeves, 33. With long sleeves, $3.50. AS.SMQWV IH y n cz** this annual event, we round up the "cream of tfie crop" in sportswear style, Were are twp of the new summer shirts, typically smart. Fpr the right touch of color and for downright easygoing comfort, you can't beat 'em. We have these and many others ... all bearing the famous brand you can rely onr-B.V_!X ZENDEIt'S Where You Always Find Just What You Want As You Want It ^H^M^M^-' ^ ^^ V'• * _ ^ ^{Vr.&^A^i-n ^tf^fc&J^lA'.,' ^^.J^^J^ w ,' , r.^H^^iJSy daysof lAtt (MM. IMfc slfiatf fcffinif— _ hftt«l)«nvl*ltinl' ^ff&TWflwWM- tttoi: the ) . .)' opical Suits It Isn't Too Early To Think About A Cool Sumirtffc Suit .. . Hot days are ahead— the tim^ when you will appreciate the,comfort a "tropical" gives. We have a huge stock for your ' '• 1 .: '' *. -•I Fabrics are all wool, and wool and mohair. The Crisp-Shape retainer, *!• prices—19.50—25^-30: v Colors—the new tans are a good bet- Cool looking—cool feeling. It's Straw Time Has some one told you there wouldn't be straw hats this year ?—Shucks, It must have come from Adolph, Hirohito, or "Miissy," ^ - You haven't seen anything till you ^Zender^ stock of Straw Hats, Panamas, Leghorn*, Cofconufe S'enuits, Open Weaves, Fancy Braids. Py- erythmgyourheartdesiresinagood looking straw hai^-but come in eaiv ly—there will be no reorders. Yes, the prices are reasonable—our ceiling prices are the same as last year's P?'ices— < 1.00 1.50 1.95 2.50 ** . Stetsons are 3.50 and 5.00 Sh oes We are well prepared for your summer needs as well -as needs to come. Hand selected styles^-lasted over patterns that arc, made to fit i;Made, only 'as* lamoufj makers;/ can. John Million Shoes 3.50 Rodney Court Shoes 5.00 WHATEVER YOUR SIZE WHATEVER YOUR TYPE Crosby Square Shoes 6.00 Allen Edmonds—the^amouspsteo- patjh-ik Shoes at 10 and 10.50 WHATEVER YOUR PRICE— We Have It—Try Ua. yj:\in:irs '• ' ^ COMPLETE OUTFITTEm^l MEN AND BOYS Where You Always Find What You Want As You Want It WWJWMWU^^ 'FOR RENT—Newly decorated six room house. New floors. All modern. Call 880 or 170. 21 Sportwear Headquarters I »R«. U. S. P«. Off Chrischilles Store iiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiy _ •. . THRIFT DRESSES See these Gorgeous Dresses here at 4-5O, 5.OO, 5-75» 6.5O Here are your summer standbys that make Roy R. Hanna a direct appeal to your budget without losing one bit of their fresh charm! You'll wear them to work . . . for your Red Cross activities . . 7 as your go to meeting dresses .. . for marketing ... afternoons in town and days in the country, always poised m the knowledge that their unwilling loveliness keeps you looking right! Coat dresses, suit d r e s s e s, shirtmakers, tailored Jn every becoming style. Buy two or three styles while assortments a, r e c o replete. New Kay Dunhill Dresses the entire summer line i« now here—? sizes 12 to 40 only, tailored, classic styles and the most gorgeous materials you ever saw $6.50 $8.00 $9.00 Republican Candidate for United States Representative "I am a farmer and business • man of Ruthven, Xowa. Two boys with the armed forces. I entered this race on Feb. 14 to win; because I was dissatisfied with our present Representative. To date nothing has happened to change my attitude. I pledge myself to an all-out war effort, which includes many front?, not the least of these is our home front; and I will go farther. I pledge an all-out peace effort after this war is won, and to do all in my power to make you proud that you nominated a farmer and business man of Ruthven, Iowa, at the primaries on June 1st. Make that protest vote a winning vote. Boy R. Hanna I firs* Beautiful new washable lunette juniors are here —the biggest values In 9 to 17 sizes yon ever, saw — seersuckers, ray-! ons, madras, chambray 4.50 5.00, 6.50 * / wm\ mm mm* • ' mmmw^m\' ni BobbY suits In ulaW and stripe Stripe seepiucfcers in Wttowa .££US£ «SSr J3w, 'A rtft M»f« ^•asft; S 1 garments that are well made and and coploFt.Jii one to«PJ»|*J» JfJJ iJerfect-mting^teesJgtP^S^ i»!F e , llt ' A ? ****** l ™ Wn * *L*$ yunior sizes front » to 17. Prifi»i fcajfestees WJ ,. _ __ ?*»P $4.50 "'"" ft**? lMzee ony . $3.50 >w « $4,00 »W—WJU46 W $5.75 Spun rayons In attraetlYe l«jf« floral prlnts^as well ^s lUftDii* type u*ftt«rfols in prints •!& plains ™ ivoaderful ,,dresses fop real ^ery|^ ana $4.50

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