The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1942 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1942
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A C. Stewart, Foritier Rwident, in Auto in Illinoi. 300 SCOUTS AND CUBS IN KOSSUTH IN CIVIC DUTY Youth at Call of Govern ment to Serve During Emergency* in Civilian Defense Work More than 300 Kossuth scouts and cubs, part of 83 units in the Prairie Gold Area council, have effectively served a total of 1800 hours of civic service duty assist-' Ing in Red Cross drives, U. S. O. drives, Bond and Stamp sales, defense poster distribution, aluminum collection, more than 90,000 pounds of waste paper, rubber and iron salvage collection, Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets, toy repair. flre prevention week, Memorial Day, Soap Box Derby, County Fair, and ushering during the past eight months. War Duties While explaining what America's great youth movement has done since December 7, 1941. Vcrn A. Kramer, council president, pointed out that the Boy Scouts of America is at the call of the United States government to perform what- _ ever services will be required of [Blanchard7MrsTFred'GenrTchrMM. TtlftrM TlH lniirillIvtnlii^A4-l->Al«4. n 1. I --~ _ .. _. _ ' Win. C. Trecker, Word received here by relatives tells of the injury received by j C. Stewart, Madison, Wis., when his auto ran into a bridge abuttment near Freeport, Illinois, Saturday night, June 13th. Mr. Stewart represents the White Rose Oil company and had been In attendance at a sales meeting in Peoria. He was on his way home and it is thought that he fell asleep while driving. He suffered eight broken ribs and bruises and was taken to a JYeeport hospital fot- treatment. While there he also suffered an at- ack of pneumonia, but at this writ- ng .is convalescing ntlcely'. Mr. Stewart is a former resldent'of this ity, moving to Wisconsin about our years ago. Mrs. J. C. Stewart s a sister of R. L. Beamish of Alona. fheAjgoft*ffpifeg flag it Hold Three-Day Meet at fowa State College LONE ROCK FOLKS ATTEND FUNERAL N MINNESOTA Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. M. E Husband of Algona Girl, Dies in Illinois 'Due to heart disease, with which he had been ill for three months, Wm. G. Trecke*, Odell, Illinois, died June fl. Funeral services were held June 9th. Mr. Trecker was the husband of Catherine Doran, .Algana girl, arrd they had been married only since Sept. 11, 1941. She is the daughter of Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, Algona. Mr. Trecker was in the hardware and implement business In Odell, was a member of St, Paul's Catholic church, and the Knights of Columbus. He leaves to mourn besides his wife, one brother and five sisters. Attdndijtg the funeral were Mrs. Zittritsch, her daughter, Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Wesley, and her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey of Easton, Minn. Mrs. Zittritsch returned from Odell last Tuesday. them This will include their tak- Roy z ^£ Mrs,^ DeTmar^ng^ ing the lead in first aid work dur- Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Lawrence Jng time of emergency, helping civ- Newbrough, also Mrs. Albert ilian defense work wherever neces- Thompson, Bancroft, and Mrs. Will Bary and continuing to offer this Blanchard, Humboldt, drove to Lake character building and citizenship Crystal, Minn., Wednesday training to all boys regardless of Mrs. Minnie Roberts and ' race, color and creed. tinued to messenger Service attend the funeral of Mrs. Elvira Scout headquarters recently re-1 Batterson.. Mrs. Roberts return- Seneca Soldier Given Party Friday Night Seneca: Jay Thompson Was honored at a farewell party at the Lutheran church basement Friday evening with about 60 families in attendance. Entertainment consist^ ed of a program as follows: group singing of America followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. A. E. a short devotion PICNICS AT PARK ON FRIDAY Sekton: The Mystery sisters* sponsored by" the Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service, held their annual party at the Call State Park at Algona Friday afternoon. Games were played under direction of Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and, Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Mystery sisters were revealed. Refreshments were served by Mrs. George Olson, Sr., and Mrs. Oscar Hrfmmond. it is requested that those who were absent reveal their sister by writing a card to .them. New drawings for a new year will take place June 25th at the Oscar Hammond home. CLABENCE SWEDIN HEADS CHURCH BUILDERS CLASS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise entertained the Church Builders class at their home Thursday evening. A short business session was conducted by president, Herman Wise. Election of officers took place with Clarence Swedin, president; Harold Hunt, vice president; Mrs. Herman Wise, secretary; Mrs. Oscar Hammond, treasurer; Mrs. Clarence Swedin, social chairman; Herman Wise, flower chairman; teacher of 'Algona was represented At tha 10th anriual school custodians session at Ames college last wlek by Roy Keen, custodian at the high school and B. H. Potter, custodian ftt the third ward building,. Three days, Tuesday, Wednesd£» and Thursday, were taken up with dliA cussing the problems and studying the different angles of the work by some 806 school custodians: from over the state. Five school cus* todians from Indiana attended the recent sessions to observe methods With intentions of opening a like school. In their state. The school custodians .over the state are organized into county and district associations and meet at different points during the year. - n . rtnnn _.. f ln £ after which Beverly Jensen P cloris -Wilberg sang God Bles ' ceived instructions from x. the the M. E. Blanchards for T i f , n fJr ? mne t h bofs friend Marearet tion price control ceiling bulletins radi ° school at Kansas City, Mo ., a to every home throughout the nine underwent an appendectomy Wed- ea county of the A. E. Laurtizen, Algona, Kossuth Mrs. Raymond er >t er service. Eugene, son o A. E. Laurtizen, Algona, Kossuth Ulluru ' ™- ra - Raymond Bierstedt, T " \f o] ~" i~ n ™°;..i ,««nfVi = district commissioner, plans to turn Mrs ; Calvin Householder and Mrs. ApnE - Nelson ' left several months over these restrictive price ceiling Emil Kraft had a surprise birthday ago> pamphlets to neighborhood commis- P. art y in honor of Mrs. Fred Gcn- sioners appointed in Algona and rich at ller home Friday after- every community throughout Kos- noon - suth county. These men in turn Mrs - Wi " Blanchard and son, will deliver the pamphlets to scout- Junlor p and Grace Anderson, of masters and the scouts will deliver Humboldt, were Tuesday afternoon them to every home in Kossuth and supper guests at the M. E county. A similar organization has Blan chards. Mrs. Blanchard been set up in all other counties main ed until Thursday. of the Prairie Gold Area Council. The Ban d Mothers club met Wed"This call for messenger service 1s nosdav evenin g with Mrs. Fred jvotion i clasSi Haro i d Hunti wlth Mrs Fred R v, Neahrin & as substitute. Games were K0 °; played and refreshments were serv- read-1 e j Tne j u j y meeting wl n be he)d at the Harold Hunt home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller have moved from the Anderson residence to Livermore. ./ Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and daughter, Constance Joy of Mason City, spent Wednesday to Saturday at the B. E. Saunders home. Mrs. Mae Holton of Henry, 111,, and Miss Ida Higgins .of Eag!e Grpve visited their cousin, Mrs. John Huff, Sr., Wednesday. Dean Thompson of Osage visited friends here this-week. It has been reported that his mother, Mrs. Dale Thompson, has been on the sick list. '^••^mt » mmmmmmmr 3 up m * TITONKA GIRL, 15 tltonki! Miss Seulah JBarttett, 15, daughter df Mr, arid Mrs. Lotus fiartflettl, JsiiftWd sariouw (injury Monday mowiing wh^n her 'hair to- eame entangled in a. cblthes Wringer and she barely escaped • being scalped. The hair was Writ out over a etrip in places as wide as three Inches extending ftem. forehead to the back of her neck. Beulah was atone in the house at the Bartlett 1 farm ' home southwest of town and operating the wringer; Her screams brought her mother from the yard and Mrs. Bartlett stopped the machine. Medical attention was given and the next I of morning Seulah Was resting easily. -;• ', ••' t RATES . Minimum charge fee tot 13 words or less. When paid with ottfer, 2c per word; wheh charged, & per word. No agents commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order, they receive Ic per Word commission, i.f *. —-i-i.— i" 8 > W ^"tt W $108, , All th& latest hits, in your old phonograph red- 2c allowance f-ot lo' K records; broken reebrds. rfe " bje Store. FOR SALE OR TRADE for cattle or, hogs, 1638 Ford V-8 truck with grain box. Second house south •M. C. kern. 26* IFOR SALE— Used ice .boxes, sew- SHOWER FOR DORIS KRANTZ AT TITONKA ON" FRIDAY Verdene Boyken, assisted by Jackie Callles, entertained 15 class-,_„ mates and friends at the Wm. Boy-' , - ing machines .good washers, ranges and oil stoves.— Gamble Store. 25 were serv GIRL WEDS FT. DODGE MAN FRIDAY only one of many we have been receiving from our government. Scouts are anxious to do this work," said Mr. Lauritzen today. Rubber Salvage Algona and Kossuth district scouts, numbering nearly 300 boys and more than 100 men are now active in assisting the local salvage committee in the collection of rub! ber. Scouts have been urged to take part in the house to house canvass being made as their part in this cooperative drive. Dransfeldt.. Mrs. Jack Quinn will be the next hostess. Mrs. Ida Tarbell who has been visiting at the Alex Kruegers and with other friends, returned to her home at Waterloo Tuesday. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and children, Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and daughter, Beulah, Mason City. T „„„„„„ ^ ^ Mr, f ™ rs ' 0. FOLKERTS, 63, DIES IN RAMSEY TOWNSHIP JUNE 10 Tltonlmf Ole Folkerts was born in Oestfriesland, Germany, on Fsb 8, 1879. After a lingering illness he died on June 10th, 1942. Thus he attained an age of 63 years, four months and two days. In 1891 at the age of 12, he migrated from his native Germany to the United States of America with his parents and settled in Grundy county, Iowa. At the suggestion of Rev. Kuehne, the Fotkerts family left Grundy county in 1902 and settled in Kossuth county upon the farm now operated by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sunderman for 14 years. Mr. Folkerts lived in Winnebago •county for 16 years and farmed a mile north of highway No. 9 near Buffalo Center a little more than a year ago. Mr. Folkerts gave up farming and has since that time been living a mile southwest of the Ramsey Reformed church. On October 27, 1921, Mr. Folkeri was united in marriage to Mi? Grace Meinders. This union wa blessed with four children, Mr Wm. Heyer, Jr., of Buffalo Cente Menno, Aleta and Henry at horn One sister preceded him in deaf in America, and two brothers die in Germany. During the ministri tion of Rev. G. Haken, Mr. Folkert and his wife became members o the Ramsey church on October 4 1922. During the latter part o September his health began to fai: He could no longer work as h had in frmer years. This condi tion continued until in May he wen to Iowa City for an examinatio'i It was found that he had cancer incurable scourge of our day. Hi died after weeks of intense suf fenng. Besides his family no immediate relatives remain behind The funeral was held at Ramsey .Reformed church Saturday afternoon, June 12th, conducted by th° Rev. Calvin Schnucker. spent Wednesday at Margaret Gladstone, R. N., returned here with them, visiting till Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton spc-nt Wednesday at the Harlcy Shollitos, Spencer. The Ladies' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. D. Newbrough with Mrs. Frank Flaig assisting. Plans were mad to serve the elevator dinner to b held June 27th. The next ' host esses are Mrs. Emil Kraft am Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. tv, hoff and William Steeburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steeburg, Sr., of Fort Dodge were married Fridny, June 19th, at Bethany, Missouri. The singe ring ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Ward of Bethany. They were attended by Mr. HARVEY MERTZ OF WEST BEND WITH NAVAL RESERVE West Bend: Harvey Mertz left on Wednesday for Des Moines for active duty with the naval reserve In the construction and maintenance department. He enlisted about six fl , n „„„ ,,.,..„.« «, ,-,;-j"«"«.. ^g**^*™^ ^^f^iS^^^l^^s^ R ^- r* new WILL THE PERSON Who picked up by mistake the suitcase in front of Mcculloug'tt Chapel Sunday night please .return It to this office for reward. 26* .FINAL CLEARANCE) on started pullets, straight run and cbckerel chicks. Nutreha chick and hog feeds.—Wellenddrf 'Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. 25 - . V-8. Good tires. Heat- • •lub^u t**iv« A* »ti*vii3 cbl> 1.11C VY Jilt JDUV* I i. • »»* ' 1 ' *"""*** *ittllir«4 IN LI* ken home Friday evening honoring I 80 "' We8 ' 6 y- 25* Doris Krantz. •"- ' ~ The gifts- were, brought in a isult case and Doris was asked to open her packages to iee if she had everything for her trip to Los Angeles, where she is to Be married to Clark Miller In FOR SALE— 1934 IHC %-tpn pickup, Three low priced used cars. One A-C WC Tractor, rubber front. ,,r~ DEVELOPED ;'i and printed arid satisfactory work " ""'* "><J. Price 28c per film. ••; laisby ft Glomi • ••*•;»' SBB OUR NEW LIME ofdlshee, 20 piece starter sets LuRay (Pastels) pottery, $3.46.- r Gamble Store. •'•)•; .....' 25 C. W. Dewsnt Frlda y at -RenwIckattheLeoM^bachhome. Mrs. Richard Thacker of Em- beautiful gifts. -••-•-"" • ...... ..._..! e *"" Mildrd Kran served cuator rubbe f nt ,«, rubber front " wlth metsburg is visiting the John Thacker home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff One D3C 8 ft. combine. One Woods Bros. 26" threshing SAVE) MONiEY 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 examina- ton, or application. For details In quire of Hutchison & Hough. 22-36* Dwalne Ahderegg leaves Sunday we , r ? buslness callers at Mason City for Des Moines after spending ten Jrpirto " days at home. • Master Dickie Bell of Algona visiting at the home of Mr. and| Mrs. Irvln Shelhnyer. Gerald Huber, Camp Cook, Calif., Many gardeners in this vicinity ire being rewarded for their efforts by having new green peas and other fresh vegetables to eat this week. Mrs. Oscar Hammond will enter- aln the Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service at her home Thursday, June 25th. Everyone in- :erested in the new Mystery Sis- er club is especially invited to ttend for their drawing. Devo;ions will be led by Mrs. Ferd Bret- lorst and lesson by Mrs. Harvey teven. Miss Joan Krieps entertained 14 ittle friends at a birthday party : her home on Tuesday afternoon, 'he afternoon was spent in play- SHJE MB FOR Real Bargains in Arms, loans, drainage surveying, pioker John Deere No. 25 mounted ^K^^™?' % One IHC single ro W,e have a good stock of used . plows, spreaders, ensilage cutters, and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop binders, burr mills, cream separa- . .and children were guests at the tors, hand shellers, 4-row horse * i. i? 80 ™? olcband Save a con- Dick B. Meyer home Friday eve- cultivators, mowers 2 trailers. ..•.-•...I. "-"— J —afternoon. | ning. , x /We have new hammer mills, I Mrs. Cort Rippentrop is here spreaders, .plows, wagons, " Algoila visiting her sdster, twine, etc. Exchange Dept Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture Mr Arn, Mr. Anderson is the director. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller attend-. ,, - „ ed a short course at Ames. He is | Mrs. John A. Sleper and other rel- the janitor at the public school." Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mimbach of I Renwick spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeWitt. Bradley Bros. PHONOGRAPH the atives. A.-C., New Idea, Oliver Machinery | Iowa. Lions club members and their So> of Hotel A! g°na Phone 714 enjoyed a picnic at the I 25 Bonacker home Tuesday «u4Rtoft --- _^ IF YOU NEED a rubber stanip . and Mrs. Ray o'-.anek of Fort Dodge. I ing games. Two large birthday Both the bride and her attend-' cakes with candes and ice cream evening. Mrs. Norrls leal SALE-22-inch Rumely in gooA condition.— and up. ant wore blue stret length dresses I was served to the guests. At the' at LuVern e. Thorsen. Mrs. Lou Jurgens was brought home from Iowa City by ambulance and underwent an operation last Thursday. Mrs. E. L. Blair is making an extended visit with he/ mother at Whitehall, 111, Her mother is S6 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and sons spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Honken and children were visitors at the Ray- , „ ,„ mond Honkens, Buffalo Center, on fv We Friday evening. larms proved Kossuth Co. farms, near | Good land. R. E. A. on both'. Sell to settle estate. See S. j P. Weber, Whittemore, Iowa. These are not listed with any land YOU Mr. and Mrs.. Carl F. Callies and Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson called on the Martin Bleich family at Wesley Friday evening. Annel Olson, Buffalo Center, who leaves Sunday for army camp, visited with Mr. and/Mrs..C. B. Egesdal and family Thursday evening. ' Mr. and ,Mrs. B. H. Meyer and agent. 24-26* CAN BORROW « MORE «. - .. , keys on ring. Leave at Iowa QUICK, Confidential 25 * vice 80,000 Gasoline Purchased By Co. Supervisors The board of supervisors bought 80,000 gallons of gasoline from the •Koyal 400 company, through the Fort Dodge office, last Thursday The company submitted the lowest bid, 3!4c per gallon discount off the posted tank wagon price at time of purchase. The Bancroft Oil company had the contract last year, for 140,000 gallons. This year taht company bid on 2'x-ic per gallon dicsount off the state price. I'rvington Farm Bureau Holds Meeting Irvington: About 60 bresons attended the June meeting of the Irvington township Farm Bureau held recently at the Frank Capesius home. Hugh Black, township president, was in charge. The program consisted of a talk by A. L. Brown, county agent, using charts to emphasize his points. Mr. Clark Scuffham, member of the county draft board, talked on selective service and the drafting iof our local boys. Although Mr. Scuffham was English-born he has been a naturalized citizen for many years. He still has relatives in England and in a recent letter from his sister, she had stated her home had been demolished as a result of recent bombjngs. At the close .of the meetings lunch was served.' with white accessories and carried sweet pea and rose corsages. The men both wore dark suits with white carnatioli moutennieres. Mrs. Steeburg attended the Titonka high school and graduated with the class of 1941. She also comp)le(led a course at the Fort Dodge Beauty academy and wiill continue her work at the beauty shop. The groom is e,mployed at the Vincent Clay Products Co. in Fort Dodge and they will reside at 618 Eighth street in Fort Dodge, They are visiting with Mrs. Marie Sat- loff and other relatives for a few days. c ] ose O f t ne p ar ty Joan opened the gifts. Another guest, Mrs. Branagan, a neighbor, was celebrating her 75th 'birthday. Father of Wm. Stenzel Buried at Titonka Titonka: Will Ludwig Herman Stenzel's father, Stenzei, died at LeMars, Iowa, June 11, and funeral services were held at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. He is survived by four children: Mrs. Helen Aden of Los Angeles, Calif.; Ofto Stenzel, who is serving with the armed forces of his country; Mrs Kathorine Aden of LeMars and Will Stenzel of Titonka. He leaves also four grandchildren, four brothers and one sister, who survive nim. He reached the age of 79 years, seven months and three days J. R. Rosenberger, >8, of Calvin, N. D., Juried Here Saturday Succumbing to a heart attack at ils home near Calvin, N. D., on Thursday the remains of J. R .Ros- nberger, wheat farmer and mill nd elevator operator there for 30 'ears, were brought to Algona and uneral services were held from 3t. Cecelia's church with Father J. [. Mallinger officiating and interment was in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. losenberger died several years' ago. brother, Joseph and a sister, hristlna, both of Algona, survive. Good Hope Church M. M. Schaper, pastor Sunday school 10:15; preaching service 11:15. The annual ice cream social was held at the Good Hope church last Tuesday evening. A large crowd enjoyed the home-made ice cream, fresh strawberries, cake and coffee. We appreciate the patronage given us at this occasion by our Algona friends. FOUR CLUBS HOLD JOINT PICNIC AT FOUR CORNERS iFour Corners: The joint picnic was held Wednesday at the Legion hall. The four clubs attending were as follows: Cresco club was the entertaining club, The Plum 3reek Literary club, The Union Mothers and Daughters and the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club. The members taking part in the program Urom tJhe Four Corners club were Mesdames Clara Drayton and Eula Rich in a play "I've Got a Good Man" and Ruth Harlan and Irene Bujstrom in "Uncle Abners Will"; a play, "Silas Outwits the City Slicker" by Ruth Stephens and Verla Miller and the group sang "The Star Spangled Banner" to close the program. Re Robert Gearhart is to report in Des Moines Wednesday for his physical examination. He enlisted in the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McMullen were called to Iowa City where Mr. McMullen's father underwent an operation in the hospital. Mr., and Mrs. Eddie Anliker and daughters spent Sunday at Manly at the' home of Mrs. Anliker's brother, Joe Denninger and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westpond and her mother, Mrs.' Fred Block moved to town last week. Their son, Leo, and family moved to the farm. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone left Thursday to spend the balance of the week at Waterloo where Mr. Stone will attend the state convention of blacksmiths. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nellls of Peoria, 111., left for their home on Saturday after having spent two weeks visiting relatives here and in Colorado Sprirfgs, Colo. Mrs. Fred Havercross of Coler- anne, Minn., and Mrs. Lydia Fahr of Kansas returned to their, homes Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer were guests at the John Rippentrop, Jr. home south of town Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop left Friday for Spirit Lake, where they will spend the week end in Meyer's cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Craig and Mrs. Maria Sathoff were at Fort Dodge Thursday evening where they called on Jennesse Sathoff who is employed there in the Vogue Beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and their granddaughter, Betty Ann Miller, left Saturday morning for Firth, Nebraska, where they will spend the week end with Mr. Miller's. mother, Mrs. Emma Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Keil, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan left Saturday evening for Lake Shamineau at Motely, Minn., where they will spend a week fishing and vacationIng: Easy Monthly Payments -NURSERY SCHOOL—Child de- I .'..*.. velopment through supervised group SPECIAL PLAN FOB FARMERS Wanted freshments were four clubs to 86. served by the Mrs. Hugh Raney spent Friday now MARKETS Hospital News SoU Conservation Programs While Mrs. Wendell Good of Ptemfield was replanting her tomatoes five times in one week because of rain-washed condition of her garden, Mrs. J. C. Holvek of Union, in the opposite ior extreme southern part of the state was picking ripe tomatoes from her garden. The early crop of Mrs. Holvek, however, was due to the fact that the plants were veterans of last season brought indoors for the winter and transplanted again this spring. Kossuth Hospital June 15—Arthur Devine, Bancroft, urgical ;Bonnie Snyder, Titonka, urgical; Melvin and Vernon Rick- efs, Titonka, surgical. June 16—Mrs. William Giddings, Ugona, boy. June 18—Mrs. Martin Swanson, Vlgona, girl; Mrs. Ruth Kinteigh, \lgona, medical. June 19—Mrs. Tony Weydert, iode, girl. June 20—Linda and Dixie Sar- het, Mason City, surgical; Miv> Albert Gould, Grove City, Minrj. medical. girl; Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Burt June 21—Mrs. George Bruellman- Ototsen, medical; Harley Bruellman, Ottosen, medical. General Hospital June 16—Mrs. Gerda Alpha Wesley, surgical: Mrs. Gordon Lenz, T .11 Vnrna rviol HOGS ,Heavy butchers. 180-200 $13.75 Heavy butchers. 200-300 13.85 Packing sows, 300-360 13.60 Packing ."on-s, 360-400 13.50 Packing sows. 400-450 13.40 CATTLE Canners and cutters $4.50-6.00 Fat yearlings 10.50-11.00 Stock steers 9.00-11.0 Veal calves 8.00-14.0i Fat steers 10.50-11.0' Bulls 8.DO-0.0( Fat cows 6.50-7.50 GRAIff 2 white corn, new $.83 No. No. yellow corn ......................... 70 mixed corn ........ . ............ 6.9'/4 LuVerne, girl. June 17— Mrs. Verne, girl.' Kate Barton, Lu- June 17— Mrs. Kate Barton Lu- surgical. June 18— (Danny Deen, Algona, surgical. June 20— Mrs. Calvin Householder, Lone Rock, surgical; Opal Meyer, Algona, surgical. . 1. yellow corn 72 27 Ib. test white oats : .37 'fo. 2 yellow soy beans 1.55 No. 3 barley :„ ..„'.. .45 EGGS 3xtras 29c Mediums , 26c Dirty and checked eggs • 24c Cash cream— Sweet <0c 39 C No. 1 No. 2 FOULtTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs 16 ] /4c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 16? Hens, under 4 Ibs 13c Cocks, .over 4V4 with her daughter, Norma, Mrs. Russel Walker. Mr .and Mrs. Herman Lindemnn were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton. Sharon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabin is spending a few days with her grandparents, the John Sabins. Everett Witham helped shingle at the Ray Smith home Thusrday. The new chicken house, which is 40 foot long and 20 feet wide, is about completed. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Meyers spent last Saturday in Algona staying all night with Mrs. Ida Nickerson and also went to the hospital to see Mrs. Art Alexander and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker received a letter June 17 from their son, Raymond, stationed somewhere in England, written May 18. Raymond was feeling fine and dandy when the letter was writ ten. Last week end visitors at the Chet Robinson home were Mr. anc Mrs. Perry Rickabaugh of Harris, Mrs. Leo DeMutt of Milford and Mr. after a month's visit with their sister, Miss Martha Stern. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and children of Clear Lake were callers at the home of Mr. Kueekcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kueok- er, and also attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Emma Phillips of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Zaugg left Friday for Waterloo, where Mr, Zaugg will attend the state blacksmiths' convention. Mrs. Melvin FOBS accompanied them to LaPorte City to spend a few days with her husband who is there employed installing a filter system in the waterworks of that place. A deal was closed Thursday when F. G. Elliott took over the D-X station that has been owned and operated by Woodrow Peterson since a year ago last February. Woodrow Peterson is to be inducted In the army, in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Ola Mae, and Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and Betty Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and baby attended a birthday party at the Roy Miller home at BancrdTt on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Ray Miller's birthday. . play, stories,, songs, handcraft. Begins July 29th—rates $1.60 for 5- day week, 9-ll;30 a. m. Phone 942- W.—Mrs. Earl Sprague. 25 I L. S.<B.0HANN0N. Phone lt)3 Algona. la WANTED TO BUY—Farmal tractors with cultivators; also use( cultivators for John Deere and Al lis-Chalmers tractors, and also used side rakes. Write to Foreston Hdw. & Lmbr. Co., Foreston, Minn , 25 miscellaneous SEE GAMBLE STORE for 'your canning supples, fruit jars, rubber rings and jar lids. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES are still available without priority — Pratt Electric. 2 5 WE REPAIR all makes of wash- ng machines, and have wringer ;plls for all makes.—Algona Maytag Co. 25 USED APPETANCES Electric washers i 2 good aluminum tub Maytags, Horton, One Minute. Good aluminum tub Mav- tag and Coronado, both with gas engines. 2' Ice boxes, kerosene stove, pressure gas stove, 2 good cream separators, a few battery and electric radios, electric motors, Eureka vacuum sweeper, oil heater coal and wood stove.—Algona May- itraomlirMf th« to lh« tvtrydoy Qtit*l-pow«r«d Qlon» old foihloiwd MOWROSt &%XWXB3XIX^^ ' DOAN NEWS and Mrs. Hugh Tramp of Bis,mark, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Marvin and Jacqueline. Mildred Robinson, the Millers and Mildred were Sunday dinner guests. A surprise birthday party was given last Monday, for June, 10 years old, arid Janice, 'eight i years aid at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin. Those aHten<¥ng were Shirtey Ho«drteri x Joan Alexander, Diane Ejsenbarth June Adell Sloter, the latter from Aline Martinek spent Monday evening at the H. J. Bode home, Plum Creek. The Henry Mertz and Dale Struthers families spent Friday evening at the Dean Andrews home, Buvt. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Uhlenhake, Wesley, moved Saturday to the Wm. Martinek farm where Mr. Uhlenhake is now employed. Lee Struthers who has been staying with his aunt, Mrs. Walter Auction Sale of Household Goods In order to close the estate of the late George Hohenberger there will be an auction sale of all household goods at the premises on North Harlan Street, (across from the Chubb residence), on Saturday, June 27th, at two p. mi To be sold regardless, John Hohenberger, Executor Lee Colwell, Auctioneer'' 25 Hundermark, West Bend, since May 15th, returned home Thursday. The Van Hansen family, the Ted Hoover family and Kenneth Dillon drove W Milford Sunday to visit Mrs. Hoover's and Mrs. Hansen's sister, Mrs. Arch Struthers and family. The Mike Goetz family attended a Fathers Day picnic held in honor of Uncle Tom (Plain, at the home of his son, John, and family, at and Ellen With-1 Co ^ irittl ' *° wa - About 60 relatives am. Games furnished entertain- ^""^d from near Wesley, Algona v and various points in Minnesota. HW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long disance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all » kinds of draying and hauling, i BWOiBWXB^^ Socks, under 4% 9c Springs over 5 Ibs ................. 21'/se Springs, less than 4 Ibs ............. IS'/ic Springs, 4 to Bibs ......................... 19Hc Leghorns ........................................ l7He No. 2 poultry, 3c Jess. These are Monday quotations. 'rices are subject to change by the ime of publication. ment and a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Sabin. The Mothers and Daughters club of Four Corners will meet Thursday, June 26, with Cora Smith. Mrs. Everett Witharo will be assisting hostess, Ro^l pall will be Payment of Dues. The program will consist of song, ''America" and othar numbers being arranged by DeJld Witham and Eva iLee Smith. This is the 'first meeting of the new year and the year-books ' will be distrilHited that day.' A song by Watter Smith. wW ajsft bjj given. .,;. [-... , ...... ,, , , ,, Uncle Tom is 84 years old. About one hundred ladies of the Good Hope Lutheran church had a shower fur their church kitchen on Wednesday evening. A short pro- fram w«s given. A song by the sextette and a pi/ay "Pride Goeth Before a Fall" was given by four ladles. A musical reading by Mrs. Hewy J»laisier and a reading fy Rev. A. ScbwJz had charge of the, .„-.» «B4 » lunch was served i « elate ft tb,e evening. , | FREE 50 Beauty . Qujture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at once, call in per* son, la James College Make Your Car Last Help Win The War WE REPAIR ALL MAKES > • , Hoenk Motor Service H. L. HOENK West of Court House Phone 391, Algona, Iowa For GpodlHealth Play See us for all kinds of tennis equipment. Wilson Tennis Backets Jfylon and Gut Stringing Tennis Balls . ' / Backet Covers and , White Pique Caps ' Tennis e ~" Shuttlecocks Marking ^pe« ^ pggg ' ''% • V*' v ' *^«. BL W, B«A«% Sptoff %,

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