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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 25, 1942
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j^^ff'V-?' ! - *" '' • * ' ' ' "' '* "•"" "' ' " "' "^' HUTCHISON TALKS TO LOCAL GROUP OF TOWNSENDITES Algnna Townsend Club No. 1 met at the American Legion Hall, onr Tuesday evening, Aug. 18th. A bulletin was read on "Keeping the Home Fires Burning." Every club member is urged to bring in at least six new members durirrg September and October. A bulletin on printed news was also read. Instructions were given on how to write up publicity copy. A communication was read frrm John H. Miller, state manager, stating that all lowana are urged to atterrd a homecoming in honor of Dr. Francis E. Townaend, at Fairbury, 111., on Sept. 1.1. Fair- ibury ia Dr. Townsend'?. birthplace. Assembly at Keokuk On Aug. 30th there will be a Instate assembly at Keokuk. Iowa, in Kilbourn Park. Sherman J. Bainbridge, editor of the Townaend National Weekly, will, be the principal speaker. Mra. Walter Tally of Illinois will sing as well as Mother Strayer and Madam Lasky of Waterloo, At one o'clock there will be a big parade. Attention was also called to a meeting of all state and district council members of all eight districts of Iowa in Des Moines on Sept. 6 at Bishop's Banquet mom. Report on Picnic A report was given of the recent district picnic held ac Boone, Iowa, and also a shiort discussion was given 6y Mrs. Anderson of the Triple A meeting recently held at the Algoha Public Library. This meeting was held for the purpose of urging folks to contribute to- the salvage program for war needs. At the dose of the business session Theodore Hutchison gave a short talk on Legislation. He pointed out the fact that "we are fighting for Democracy and it was worth fighting for." He also stressed the need for good legislation and said all bills were very difficult to pi|ss and took time and patience. Entertainment and Dnnce Entertainment consisted of a girls' trio singing Cie Lito Lindo and Norbert Tietz playing harmonica and guitar. Following the entertainment a dnmce took up the balance of the evening. Lunch waa served by the .social committee under,the direction of Mra. Mary Heafa. 4 . Tha Womarf'3 Auxiliary wiil meet with Mra. Lolla Ladendorf West College street, Monday afternoon. August Mat. Th? next regular club meeting will be held at the Legion hall, Tuesday evening. Sept. 1. The public is urged to attend. Important Junk The old fire bell at Springville was taken down and junked as part of the scrap salvage campaign. The old bell had sounded the alarm for flres many years before the modern fire siren was installed. NEW YORK BOYS HITCH-HIKE TO SEXTON HOMES Sexton .1 Merle Dennis and William Edwards of Buffalo, N. T., are enjoying- a month's vacation at the home of L. P. Brethorst aird Ferd Bretliorat. The boys hitchhiked from thetr Homes and had many varied experiences.; Merle Dennia Is the son of Mrs, Kenneth Dennis, formerly Manie Brethorat. They generally ' come to Iowa for their vacation. The Dennis family came last year via motorcycle. The parents were unable to come this year so Merle decided to travel by hitch-hiking. The boys will leave September 1st to go back for opening of school. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word: when charged, 3c per word. No agents commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order, they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE— Apples.— Godfrey Schultz. 4 miles south Lone Rock. Phone 3816. 34* FOR SALE—Windmill, 60 ft. tall. In good condition.—Adolph Fuhrmann, Bode. Phone 2569. 34-35* FOR SALE—Two springer cows. —Blumer Bros., LuVerne, Iowa. 34* (F6R SALE—John Dears two- Tow corn picker. Will sell for cash or trade for cattle. Two miles •wrest, one south of Corwith.—Ed Chambers. 34* FOR SALE—240 acres improved. 5 miles from town, price $20,000. can tie bought with 12.500 between now and March 1, 1943. Balance like rent. Also 320 acres well improved, well tiled, extra good fences. This is a. real proposition fo,.- any one who can use a farm thia size. Good terms. I have good ten-ants for small and large private farm.;. .Land owners wanting change of tenants see me.—Edw. Capesius, Algona. 34 •FOR SALE—Red clover, second •cuttng, baled.—L. B. Erdmann, Wesley. 34* iFOR SALE—John Deere corn "binder.—Alfred Jargensen, Lone Hock. 34* FOR SALE—Used washing machine, Briggs & Stratton motors, Maytag motor, 2 steel cabinets, coal .and wood ranges, ice boxes.—Coast to Coaat Store. 34 FOR SALE—Universal deluxe •washing machine. No trade in. Osh $84.50.—IJratt Electric Co. 34 FOR SALE—Two slice electric toaster. $2.95, $3.95.—Pratt Electric Co. 34 DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, brown, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Up- 3>er Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 34-tf FOR SALE—Sorrel saddle horse, wt. 1000 Ibs. —Russ Kelly, 308 So. Ridgley Algona. SS-34* FOR SALE—Well improved 162- acre farm in Seneca township. If taken at once, will sell for $90.00 per acre.—.Jennie Carroll," Armstrong, Iowa. SS-34* BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Moines. A sales slip with every purchase. I5c each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf PRlICE CEILING RUBBER stamps for sale at the Agona Upper Des Moines, 3oc each. 27-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moinej. 50c and up. 13*-tf TO SETTLE ESTATE!—366 acres Kossuth county, one mile west and three miles south Buffalo Center. Well improved good producer. $90 per acre.—M. P. Haggard, referee, Algona. 33-34* For Bent FOR RENT—320 acres good farming land, all under cultivation. Located six miles west of Kanawha. To be rented soon. Write Francis Sherry, Flanagan, Illinois. 33-34 Lost and Found LOST—Bill fold containing money and selective service registra- tration and social security cards. Leave at Upper Des Moines office for reward. 34* Wanted WANTED—We want boys and girls' used bicycles. We pay highest prices.—Coast to Coast Store. 34 WANTED—To rent or buy a small farm.—S. Didricksen Algona. . , 34* WANTED TO RENT—240 acres or more farm land. Have own modern machinery and own help. Inquire Upper Dea Moines. 34* WE WILL PAY CASH for used Band Instruments. Send us complete description and price.—Le-s Reed Music Co., Mason City. 34-36* Miscellaneous GOOD BUT—Mrs. R. E. -Kaiir large well built bungalow at 110 S. Wooater, 6 rooms and bath, excellent location, price now $5,500. See Joel M. Herbst, real estate and insurance. 34 LET US REPAIR UNSIGHTLY dents in ycur fenders now. It will look like the original and the cost is small. Ask us about it.—Dau Garage and Body Works, Algona. 34 TOWN PROPERTY LOANS— Consider the economy and convenience we offer.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 31-34 SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with roil nf tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34-cf STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 55. 31-tf MOTOR TUNE-UP —Includes careful check of every working part. Better be safe.—-Dau Garage and Body Works. 34 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf FDJVIS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 25c per film. Luaby & Giossi 24-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains Ir /arms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 18-M ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tf SAVE 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 examina- iton, or application. For details in quire of Hutchison & Hough 22-33* BODY AND FENDER REPAIR— We've had years of experience. Let us put your car in condition- now. Drive in.—Dau Garage & Body Works, Algona. 34 FOR SALE—Imp. 120 A. adjacent to Algona, electric lights, fair buil'1-1 ings. $10.000, good terms.—C. W. Nicoulin. 33-34 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets. Buffeta. Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-U I'SED APPLIANCES Washing machines: Maytag with gas engine; 2 elecflric Maytags; 2 electric One Minutes; 2 Speed Queens with gas motor; Easy spinner type, white porcelain, electric; electric Dexter; 2 Cororrados, gi3 and electric; 2 good cream separi-, good vacuum sweeper. Oil heater, 2 coal and wood heaters, all like new. Gas engines, electric motors. We repair all makes of washers. Wringer rolls for all makes.—Algona Maytag Co. 34 USED MACHINERY 26" Wood Bros, thresher. 8-ft. M-M combine with, bean atjachjment,, pickup and straw spreader. 2 ensilage cutters, 2 plows, 10-20 I. H. C. tractor. Bradl«y Bros. Piione 714 (So. Hotel Algona See us for new wagon boxes, water tanks, feeders, .baling wire, and twine. 34 SEE OUR COMPLETE . line of appliances. No shortages here.— Pratt Electric Co. 34 Gamble's Used Appliance* 2 extra good electric washers, Automatic and A. B. C. Good used ccok stoves 4 burner New Process oil stove with built-in oven. Battery and electric radios. Coal and wood heaters. 34 Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends anfl neighbors for the beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrg. John Schmitt and family. M* Theckla Aman of Mason City waa visiting friends here Wednesday. Betty and Tommy Asa of Doan spent Friday at the home of Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Donald Neahring was a visitor at the Harlan Fraser home at Al- i^ona Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Fkra are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Jennie Barrres at Des Moines. Verna Brethorst wh-o has been visiting relatives, will leave this week for her home at Waukesha, Wis. Mra. Sidney Bemis and Mrs. Moore of Harrisburg, S. D., visited at the Sim Bemis home en Wednesday and Thursday. Mia a Rhonda Hammond and Darrel Hammond were overnight guests of their cousins, Joan, Robert and Judith Schuler at Swea City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and children, Mr. and Mrs. iHoward Lowmair of Algona arrived home on Tuesday from Colfax, 111. Howard Lowman remained here. Betty Riggs, who is in nurses' training at Kahler frcspitat a* Ronfi* fester sine* Jufy lat,: ^ftattMfr thttaed ovfet &wWOtAc Art* htfflm aMgnM te 8b«r dufcy &i* woeft. Mm Martflx SteiferftfJ. children, Mr. arid Mrs. <<9d% lift arrived home Wednesday frtrttt'a week's vis* it with Mra. Clarence Ortftaus at Watertown, A D, anti with Rev. Father Steinstteyer. Mrs, Orthaus was Misa Lucille Balk, Many gardeners are digging potatoes in this vicinity. Some have stated that the potatoes are rotting in the ground because of the excess moisture. Mrs, Mary E. Miner brought one potato weighing 1-S pounds to the Wise store. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs enter- class at their home on Thursday tained the Sexton Church Builders evening, August 20th. A business meeting was conducted 'by president, Clarence Swedin. Pictures on Panama were shown which had been sent to Rev. Riggs from his son, George Riggs, who is working in Panahia. -Lunch was served by the Riggs. Darell Dean Hammond, seven; year old son of Mr. and Mr.s Oscar Hammond experienced a real thrill on Sunday afternoon, when he received his first ride in an airplane at Algona, The plane flew real low and he could see his home in this vicinity. His four year old sister was about reaidy to take a ride with him, but it seemed to her that the pilot dddn't take her fancy so she preferred to merely watch the plane. Mrs. Fred Neahring entertained the Sextlcn Woman's Society of Christian service Thursday afternoon, August 20th. Roll call was answered by a Bible verse "Salvation" followed with a Bible quiz. A business meeting was conducted by Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Orders for Christmas cards were taken. Plans for bazaar to be held October lat were discussed! Devotions were led by Mrs. Herman Wise and a lesson on Prayer was given by Mrs B. E. Sanders. Lunch was served by the hostess. PATRICIA TWO WEST BEND FAMILIES ENJOY ANNUAL REUNIONS OVER WEEK DOBWEILEBS IN REUNION SATURDAY AND SUNDAY West Bend: Descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dorweiler had their annual reunion- at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler in West Bend Saturday and Sunday. Twelve were not present owing to service in the U. S. armed forces or were detained by home duties* Those present thoroughly enjoyed this annual get-together. The Sunday dinner was served by the Pertl cafe in their large dining room. The guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mersch and Miss Margaret Dorweiler of Cedar Falls, L. C. Dorweiler and sen, Paul, and daughter, Mrs. F. R. Wood of Chokio, Minn.. H. J. Dorweiler an-d Mrs. C. O. Dorweiler and Julius and Edria of Hamel, Minn.. Mrs. Dasen Dorwei.'er and Harrir.; of Minneapolis, Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Mersch and Roberta, Bobby and Wallace of Fairfax, Minn., Mra. A. O. Selzephant of Tulsa. Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shadle and Kathryn. Ivan, Jr., Marjory and Jtai- mie 'Of Waterloo, Dr. and Mr.*. C. S. Foster, Margaret Louiise and Paul of Cedar Rapids and Paul Dorweiler of Hartford, Conn. KUECKERS HOLD FAMILY REUNION AT GROTTO PARK Among those present at the Kuecker family reunion held at the Grotto Park in West Bend Sunday were: Mr. an-d Mrs. H. Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Maas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Esser and family of Whitte- miore; Mr. and Mrs. F. Kuecker and Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wallace and .family of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuecker and family of Lohrville; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kuecker and children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuecker and Donna, Mrs. Gladys Schneider and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Frieden and Leroy of this place and Angelia Svare of St. Paul. Miss Harriet Morey of Moines spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morey. Miss Esther Zinnell left Friday for Buffalo, N. D., to visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Anderson. Dale Dunn of Sioux City ia visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn. D will be a junior in Morningside college thia year. Miss Nellie and Jennie Shell- myer returned home Thursday after a six weeks' visit with their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham of Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. and Mra. D. P. Grettie and children of Chicago are spending part of their vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Vohs. Mrs Grettie and Mr. Vohs are brother and sister. jMrs. Jce Mikes and John left Sunday evening with the Dr. L. D. Mersch family who were returning to Fairfax, Minn. Mrs. Mikes and John will visit the Joe Mikes family at that place. They will bring them back after their visit. Grant News Sgt. Roy Waterbury left Sunday night for Camp Robinson after a seven day furlough. John Haisman has been confined to bed the past week due to poisoning cauaed from boils. 'Funeral services were held Wednesday for the new-born son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farland. Mr. and Mrs. William Rich and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich and family of Algona were .Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Rhoda Dunn home. Sunday visitors at the Jasper Steenhard home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ennen and family of Elmore, Reemp Ennen, of Elmore, Henry Lang and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Steenhard and family of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Steenhard and family 'of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oi*.- hoff and family of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Van-ce Lester and family of Armstrong, Chas. Sheeley, Wayne Christophel and Donald Mino. Bancroft; Miss Patricia Sftumt- ers, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Lea Saunders, Bancroft, and Stuart Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Thompson, Algona, were Married Tuesday morning at T:30 a'cfocfe in St. Joseph'* church in Farley, loway by Rev. ft. J. Saunders,. cousin of the bride. Miss Alice Sfiurtdera, sister of the bride, and Tony Schneider attended the couple. The bride was attired in< a street length beige wool d'resa trimnied with Brown and brown accessories. She wore a corsage of pink roses. Her attendant wore i street length gold wool dress trimmed with dark brown and dark *rown accessories. She wore a variegated gold gladiolus corsage. After the ceremony the wedding dinner was served at the DuBuque hotel to the wedding party and a group of relatives. DENNIS SCIHOLTES SUFFERS FRACTURE OF RIGHT LEG Dennis Scholtes, acn of Mr. and Mrs: Charles Scholtes, received a broken right leg Tuesday afternoon when the tractor on which he and his father were riding tipped over, throwing them off. He was taken to an Algona hospital where the leg was set and he remained there over night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichenberger announce the marriage of their daughter, Lucille to Don M, Reese, Des Moines, which took place last Saturday af Bethany, Mo. The couple will live in Des Moines. Mr. Reese is employed in the Ankeny defense plant and is a son of Chris Reese, news editor on the Upper Des Moines, Algona, A farewell dinner for Emil Vas who left for the army, was hetd Sunday evening at tb? borne of his mother. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leander Vaske 'and Pat, Mr. an-d Mrs. Erwin Ulses and Tommy, Clarence, Linus and Valeria Vaske, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Fangman and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske and Billy, Ermina Racker of St Benedict, and Lorraine Augustine, Algona. Mr*. fimlP JCfuft aft* Rttttt tftti&rei at tfte Bferstedt Home to help>nftn> celebrate hi* birlhday. jThft V. VX Fry* iJuWljjr moved .frcm their farm near Laurens to the Eugene Pearson house hire en Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. Frank Macnmbei spent Tuesday fit Mason City. They called at the Win Leeper home IK East Chain,. Miim., Wednesday evening. Marjorte Jensen, Maxine FTaig, Marian and Dorothy Jensett and Georgia Edwards of Pipestcn--. Minn., enjoyed a picnic supper al Intdrlaken Wednesday evening. Mrs. Arthur Prieoe and sons, Dennis and Rodney returned home th« first of tfte week after visiting a week at the parental Martin Larsen home at Decorah. The American Legion Auxiliary- wilt meet at the home of Mrs k Rcy Jensen Sept. 2 at a especial meeting held at the home of Mrs, Emil Kraft the unit voted to purchase five army kits. LONE BOCK NEWS Mrs. Harley Olson of Chicago arrived Monday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillie Worthington. Mr. and Mra. Frederick Schultz left for Milwaukee Thursday for a visit at the Roacoe Schultz hcme. Misa Helen Mae Hanna, who is employed at Washington, D. C., arrived thia week end for a visit with her parents, the A. H. Hannas. •Raymond Bierstedt was taken by surprise Monday even-ing when the C. E. Sigsbeea of Burt, the Calvin Householder family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mr. and LOCALS Mrs. T. CB Shernuva and son, Edward .of N"ew York City, leave today for Minneapolis for a few days with Mrs. Sherman's sister, Mrs. R. R, Kennedy. Francis Nash, who was employed for some time at the Gamble store here, has recently been made department manager of all major appliances for the Montgomery Ward store at Mar&halltown. Notice to Vacate Road To All Whom It May Concern: Equitable Life Assurance Society,. the SWVt Section 31 Township 94 j Range 28.. | The Commissioner appointed to vacate a road, commencing at the SE corner of the Southwest Quarter (SW% of Section 31 Townshij 94 North, Range 28 West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, loWa, and running thence in a Northwesterly direction to a point approximately 20 rods East of center of said Southwest Puarter (SW?4> thence preceding westward aw! terminating at the West Section line of said Section 31, in Township 94 North Range 28 West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, hafl reported in favor of tne vacation thereof, and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed In the Auditor's Office on or before noon of the 15th day of September, 1942 A. D., or such road will be vacated without reference thereto. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 3rd day of August, 1942. E. S. KINSET, 31-34 County Auditor. No\, 4933; tt>fin,l9>3i •?» M Wtostft ft 1 fott Att-ifefab a& testtttnwfte a*, written Of to be \the last Witt ftene of fflti& FUfi*BMia _ _. dated F&ftrUttr? 33, 1938} Savtnf been this daydKedj dptt#t> And read, Saturday the- 5t& Jay of September, 1942, M fisted' for hearting- proof 6t same at the Court House tit lowav Before the or tfr* CT***. . sMtiii", i 'JE JT..33T 1943. Clerk aT District Court., .' AtMA'PSlAftSON,, E»puty. IBS C, SBa&anotJ^ Atty. 33-84 Back to School with shoe* repaired by Nichols Shoe Repair After we recondition the uppers and put on a new sole and heels you'll swear the shoes look like new... Try our service today. Nichol's Shoe Repair "Back to School" Music Students... We carry a Complete Lane of String and Wood-Wind Instrument Accessories and Strings for Violin, Cello, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo and Ukelele Tru-Art, Vibrator and Conrad Clarinet and Sax Reeds Also "Luellen" Plastic Reeds Violin and Bow Repairing Estimates furnished without charge or obligation. For Quality in Strings Stop at Becker's Sporting Goods Store "PLAY AND FUEL. FTT 1 Pay For Yo^Beattty Work WiiJi War } Savings Stamps Beginning Wednesday, Sept 2, all work N&m* in OUT beauty shop "on WEDNESDAYS must be ptUtf for fit tf. ft War Sating Stamps. - " ' Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 North Moore St rrssssjmmsssssssssssrSArsss^^^ We Have All the Answers! I Pencils 2 f or 5c School Boxes __^_10c School Boxes ____25c Water Coiors 25c Notebook Covers lOc Notebook Covers 25c Filler Paper 5c & lOc Crayolas, 8's lOc Tablets 4c Pencil sharpener 79c Scissors lOc Fountain Pens __25c Fountain Pens __50c Fountain Pens _$1.00 Eulerjs ____± _ 5c Crayolas, 16's —15c vsl Zipper Notebook Covers ™_ .—$1.25 Willie Whopper Pencil Boxes ___________IOc Many Other School Items, Full Supply ol Rural School Books k. t>. JAMES THE EEXALL STORE MIS FIRS ERICA'S F IN E SI FURS Mr. Howe, representing Annis Furs, Detroit, will he at thi* store one day, Saturday, August 29th. This will probably be your only opportunity of the season to see this beautifully styled, reasonably priced line of exclusive fur coats. All selling will be done by pwr own **!«» people but delivery will be made from stock. Don't mif* this important event. Over 100 fine fur coaU in the showing. Every available fur is represented* ^IFttlUH A|lp^iplMHMw4Bill^iirp|F Wf wl||F mm ^PF

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