The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1942
Page 10
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The !J|H • ,,t i "fU^I '/-W' ^j* 1 ^*^'"'' ^''^V^*'*'"^^*'*^ MART P, SCHEMEl, ALGONA SCOUT, AT CEDAR POINT Four from Kossuth county took •part in the training school in scout- Ing at Camp Cedar Point, on Iowa Lake, Friday, Saturay and Sunday. They were Scout Mart P. Schemcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Scheme!, member of Troop 29; Ed Infcly and Rev. Sauer of T^ako- ta,, and, Scout Executive Chet George of this city. Mart took the troop . pamping course, pSannirrg, setting up and operating a troop camp. So also did Mr. Inlay and Rew. Sauei*. Chett George t*ok the course in camp directing. Good Attendance at Camp More thnn 120 scout and scOuters from several states attended thn camp school in troop camping, directing and aquatics. Richard Forbes, 6f Havelock. hajq been appointed camp director for Prairie Cold Area at Camp Nltaton, Fort Dodge, which opens July fi for four week periods to Aug. 2 and nt which time it is expected 200 scouts wil! attend the camp. Join the U. S. Navy And Stay in School Young men 17, 18 aittf-vld years old, if you are enrolled -Wi- have been accepted for enrollment-in an accredited university, college or junior college you May'enlist in the Naval Reserve, Class V-i"and be allowed to complete at least two years and perhaps four full years of college study, depending upon whether you wish to become an aviator or an officer for deck or engineering duties. Under this program you continue in college at your own expense, pursuing the regular collegp course and additional subjects required by the navy, ou are in the navy and therefore not subject to c411 in the 'draft. Gain an education and become an officer in the U. S.;Navy, • Enlist in V-l now. Apply at the Navy Recruiting Station. Clay County Court House, Spencer Iowa; • SOCIETY Iron* -Heller Becomes Bride— : irerie Heller, daughter of Mrs F^ed Bierstedt of Whittemore, be came' the bride .of Ea'rl O. Berge s6n of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Berg of Bode, Monday at the L|ittl Browri Church at Nashua. The ReT Hahscom performed the single rin ceremony while Mrs. Hanscom played the wedding march'. Th couple was attended by Viola Hell er, sister of the bride, and Irving Larson of Scarville. The bride was attired in an aqui blue redingote and wore a corsag of yellow roses. Her attendant won a pink dress and wore a corsagi of white carnations. The bride is a graduate of th Algona high school and for th past few years has been employe at the local telephone office. Th groom is a graduate of the Bod high school and attended Luthe college at Decorah. For the pas year he has been the superintend cnt of the Fredericka schools. The newlyweds left on a shor trip and will return Thursday when Mr. Berge will leave fpr the army Mrs. Berge will continue working at the telephone office. Bet Sigma Phi to Lahes— 1 The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will spend the week en< at a cottage at Clear Lake. Those 'attending will be Mrs. Jack Hilton Helen Corey, Helen Chubb, Lucille Black, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs Kenneth Kn-udsen, Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee Eloise Hoagland, Jean Kinsey, Phyl lis Parson, Mrs. R. B. Waller and Mrs. Merle Pratt. Bridge at Bennetts— Mrs. Clark Bennett entertained the members of her bridge club on Monday evening at her home. The "guests for the evening were Mrs : Robert Williams, Mrs. C. C. Shierk . Mrs. Lawrence Misbach, and Mrs ' Harlan Sigsbee. Mrs. Robert Williams won the first prize and Mrs C. C. Shierk second prize. * * * * * Announcing the IOWA OMAR Virginia L. Jackson 1304 - 12th St., Marion, Iowa Iowa's V-gM will compete for the Midwest Omar V-girl Title with the winners from 5 other states in the ballroom of the Black stone Hotel, Omaha, Nebraska, on the evening of June 23. VITAMIN- EMBICHED OMAR WONDER FLOUR Classified Ads RATBS-^-Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. Cash rate, 2c per word, paid In advance. , For Sale FOR SALE—Well improved 80, 2 miles nortft SWea City.—Mrs. Victor Johnson. 23-24* FOR SALE—Good Kimball piano. First class > condition.—Mrs. Guy Bone, SWea" City. 23-24* ON HAND—Thousands of Baby and Started Chicks every day.— Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. 10-13*-2-l FOR SALE—'35 eight cyl. Pontiac Deluxe Sedan. 4 good tires. Motor A-l condition. Upholstery clean and in good condition.— Jack Thomas, 1st farm so. Kossuth Hosp. 24* iFOR SALE—3 work horses; black gelding, 13 yrs. old; bay mare 10 yrs. old; sorrel mare, 4 yrs. old— Ubbe Meyer, Wesley. 24* iF,O|R SALE—One new Deluxe Universal washing machine, $84.00. —Pratt Electric Co. 24 SALE—Started chicks at greatly reduced prices while they last. Nutrena chick and growing mashes and pellets.—Wellendorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. 24 USED MERCHANDISE FOR SALE—Electric Thor washer, $25. Other electric washers: square tub Majytag, One Minute, Horton, Wood- roW- Square tub Maytag and Coron&do washers with gas engines. All overhauled. Six months FREE service. Eureka vacuum sweeper, like new. Several good wood and coal heaters; we have them NOW. Also Glo-Boy oil heater. Battery and electric radios.—Algona Maytag Co. Phone 399. . 24 FOR SALE—Used U h. p. 32 motors. Good used ice box.—Algona Maytag Co. , 24 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1935 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Practically new tires. Overhauled and painted. Will trade for livestock. Inquire Mainliher. • 24 FOR SALE—1941 Buick sedan. Very good rubber. Radio, heater. Fully equipped —Kirk Auto Co. 24 FOR SALE—1941 Special Deluxe Plymouth 2 door. Very good tires. Heater. Radio. Completely equipped.—Kirk Auto Co. 24 'FQR SALE—Rebuilt Model B M-M corn sheller mounted on rubber. 36 ft. steel drag.—Hovey Implement Co. 24 FOR SALE—21-32 M-M tractor, A-l condition. Overhauled^ 1930 Dodge % ton pick-up.—Hovey Implement Co. '• 24 'FOR SALE—Two 160 A. well improved Kossuth Co. farms, near town. Good land. R. E. A. on both. Sell to settle estate. See S. P. Weber, Whittemore, Iowa. These farms are not listed with any land agent. 24-26* , pullets ... $20,90 A" big supply of heavy chicks at $7,90 per dOo/flay old. Hamlllion Hatchery Bancroft arid Tltonka. 24 Wanted WANTED—To rent or buy used violin.—W. 'H. Bosworht.. Phone 7F22. ' 24* IVIiscellaneous FILMS DEVELOPED and' grinted and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 25c per film. Lusby & Olossi 24-tf iFIRST BUY WAR BONDS— Second, come in and look over our display of electrical appliances.— Pratt Electric. 24 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF washers, and have all makes of Wringer rolls.—Algona Maytag Co. 24 IF YOU NEED bottle gas, we have Shellane gas which works on all makes of stoves.—Algona Maytag Co. Phone 399. 24 SEE OUR NEW LINE of dishes:, 20 piece starter sets LuRay (Pastels) pottery, $3.45.—Gamble Store. 24 .DECCA RECORDS, 37c each or 3' for $1.05. All the latest hits. Trade in your old phonograph req- ords. . 2c allowance- for 10" records; broken records, 6c Ib.—Gamble Store. 24 FARMERS ATTENTION! (Binder Twine, Michigan standard, 50 Ib. bales $5.50. 3 tine hay forks, 89c. Cattle 'Fly Spray, gal., 64c. Hay Rope, % in., 100 ft., $4.95. 'Fly Nets, 110* in. long, 66 lashes, each, $1.79. Red Barn Paint, $1.24 per gal. in 5 gal. lots. House 'Paint, super grade, $2.25 per gal., .in 5 gal. lots. Tire Reliners, ; 6.00x16. Fits all around; all rubber, $3.98. Coast To Coast Store -'-,..''' 24 ISAViE MONEY when you borrow. The Aetna Life's farm loan plan turns over every cent of your loan to you. No deductions for .commission, appraising, title examination, .or application. For details in quire of Hutchison & Hough. 22-36* SEE ME FOR Real Bargains ir /arms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl- baas, phone 22, Algona. 16-U Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture J42-U LAST CALL FOR CHICKS: Special this week only: White Leghorn pullets $14.90 One Week old White Leghorn pullets $16.90 Two week old White Leghorn .pullets , $18.90 Three weeks old White Leghorn PHONOGRAPH RECORDS^all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Molnes. 50c and up. 13»-tf mi Upper Dcg Molnes Want.Ad* run a second tune free In The Saturday Shopper. ' Rotary No Butter Shorty At the.regular]Monday n f thoirAlgc-na Chester Sehoby, Dairyman, assured* the members that there was no butter or cheese shortage In this country, that there was at the present tlflie ^81,000,000 pounds of butter in storage and .likewise plenty of cheese;- He also stated that were it .possible to have these foods shipped to Hie wafrj'ng hatyons there would • still be' enough "pro* duction by dairymen so that there Would never be any need for Rationing. The matter of movingthe stored products was the big problem, of the 1 nation, Mads Christiansen, manager of the -Algona Creamery, also spoke on dairying problems ahd of the sale and shipment of millions of pounds Of butte to the Russians. He told of his contracts with the department heads in Washington and^gave a very interesting talk. The Algona Creamery gave each of ,the Rotarian members a pint of milk, served with the dinner, Word received by his mother, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, city, from Mark Stanton announces that he is now stationed in San Juan, Por- • to Rico, with the United States Signal Corps. He wrifes that he likes it fine there. Mark enlisted here Feb. 16th. He had been employed by the Algona Creamery here several years'prior, to his enlistment. • l" LOCALS I.I, J. „ T .l^.j—^1. ...„-.„/ » ...djw .-numk. Mr. told AtM. fiflgene Hutehihs, Mr. afld Mrs. Kenneth Knidset ahd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wllllftm spent the. week end at a cottag at Clear iiijk&.-'r , MM. Pietto OuMtetto JeAte iod*S> fof Slotoc OH$' for ft, few" days. With her brother, Kefln£fch Stoek.,**rom there afce will returh to her horn In Seattle, Washington. ...She' has here .about, tin Hays,'"dalle" by the death Stock. er, f&Wf, A. H ' "*'.'' Thursday Wat/Sugar Day at Swcsa Cit City: Upwards -'of' 200 ccr tlflcaites for obtaining sugar fo home canning, - purposes were Is sued Thursday by the representa ttves ot the Rbssuth county rafc. iontng board who 1 spent the entiri day In Swea City. The great ftiaj orltj> of families lq this community had obtained their certificates on a previous visit of the board, an< It is though that Thursday's is sue will be the la?t one here for this month. The bumper crop* o:' strawberries has no doubt stlmu lated the demand for canning sugar. W, E?. McDonald, 'board member fr^om Algona, was In charge Thurs day. He was accompanied by Phyllis Sandberg and Mary Lea Dearchs, typists.' Local volunteer typists included Jeanne 'Freese Margaret Baker, Inez Larson, Dbr- 1>£CORATIN£ DRAMAS "We're a specially trained team fer small apartments where there ain't room fer a ladder!" MORAL: It takes no MENTAL acrobatics to figure out that a good WASHABLE interior finish will save repainting costs, and keep your' rooms bright and cheery. Devoe iVelour Finishes are tough and durable. Quickly they abed 'pencil marks,' finger prints, grease marks •when washed with mild soap and water. (Cost no more, either!) ' tmmWE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF DEVOE M(MT$«H Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 ?ool Ready for Summer at CHRISCHILLES Cool, Comfortable, Attractive Dresses For All Occasins ^You'll like shopping for a cool, comfortable summer dress M our air-conditioned, spacioup, well- lighted ready-to-wear department. We have hundreds of smart, washable summer dresses on display for you—all our old established lines like Quaker Lady—the kind you've been buying here for years. Shown in seersuckers, sheers, cham- brays, suitings, shirtings and a large variety of new novelty materials, in styles becoming to your figure and age, it's so easy to/buy here- New JUNETTE JUNIORS in ginghams, seersuckers and suitings priced at $3.45 to $6.50. Complete size ranges from 9 to 17,12 to 20, 38 to 46 and 14i/£ to 26*4—a size for every figure. NO SCARCITY OF MERCHANDISE HERE oo 6 50 Bobby Suits The vogue for the popular Bobby Suit continues. We have them in juniors and misses sizes in seersuck- ers and suitings-resizes 9 to 15 and 12 to 20—they are so cool and good looking. ••--• XJET THE DRESS BUTOTO HABIT SEJfcE. 4 5 ' to Kobft, feerlii Sdlith, Lu«l geltifld and r Chris Bokha: With A votlftg machine tMt had ifit lost'was found by ^otta t&mle Couhty AUdltaf- C. A, Etow . the ma6hlne-Wfts moved with )b6r,stariip! a AchWl'touse tttoen it was sbld timnl ft&itwr prettily, Maj$fc* '*(.. stored Ift & t&tmttf tfrattW, J|.* was sttMfed m «• t&tmw graB*»s^ . B|/ 'T^fe ft$tt* w66k fen^ V^tiftj^ ftittfifilflO^ ? X v : again 6ftni4 jttte tffc hews wheft it • -,. WM.d»e6\ir¥d tKftt>Bif*_«art hot registt Dad Sunday • :-• A« June 21 Select Dad's Gilt Where He Selects His Clothes It i^n'fi that there few things yofii can buji-Dad .'; .there are so many! You won't find it a problem at all wheij .shopping at THE Hl/B. Our salespeople know the stock well and will cheerfully aid you in selecting a gift he'll like. / INTERWOVEN HI-LO SOCKS in a variety of popular colors and fabrics. 45c^3 for $1.25 LAMB-KNIT SWEATERS of soft zephyr wpols are just what he needs fur outdoor sports or work in the garden $3.95. SHERTCRAFT "AIRMAN " . and Leu-dair shirts that Vwil] make him feel and look handsomer than eyer — both dress/ SIiA6KS ideally suited fp^ sufrtmer: wear and copof pit. Light weight wool or fine spun rayon are Dad's choice for busi-; ness or leisure hours. ;j SUPERB OR NOR-EAST TIES are always in order- Ohose: from dozens of swell new summer pat^ .terns he's sure to like. $1.00 • ">'>i.- COOPER'S JOCKEY TJNDlERWEAR a sure fire hit with Dad because he appreciates Jockey fit and, comfort (Xte. type for you to choose from, Belts, braces, etq ..', frpin $1,00, .'•*A;*j<3#£

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