The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1942 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 6, 1942
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The Algona tapper 1>» Moines, AJgona, towa, Oct. 6,1942 LONE ROCK RED CROSS GIVEN $19 FOR SERVICE KITS Lone Rock: The Loftft Rock chap> ter Of the American Red Cross reports gifts of $19 iti cash ddnated by the following local organizations: Ladles Mite society $5, Legion Aux-> lllary $S, Band Mothers club $6, Idle Hour club «2, girls' 4-H dub fl and Mothers club $1. This money la to be used to purchase kits which will to given to men !n service as they leave the United state*. Mr. And MM. Frederick Bchulta Port Dodge visitors 'Friday. Iff. And Mrs. Doyle Sanders and mily attended the funeral of Sanders' father, Wm. McFarland at Bancroft Wednesday. The Ladles Mite society met with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Thursday. Out of town guests were Mrs. Maudo .Flail 6f Whlttemore and Mrs. Chester Alnie of Ottosen. All Upper Den Molne* Want Ads mil a second time free In The Saturday Shopper. yoi/rSALCo.Sfor. ONI does ft- if ifs a Stafford Club" If ow friend above would not let lib craving for in cream overihadcw titt bettor (udoment, ho'd knew that he cowan t pjofabM an Mi ttinuoo any falter with TWO or THREE ipooni than with ONE. Tti* MID* Idta goti for S A l> famoui STAFFORD OLUB wttt. ONE wlH IM you through for a long, long tlm* to camel And that't what every "tan h looking for !h*M daytl A QUALITY Mtt that will Mm far more than Iti ibore of tho Duration. Compare STAFFORD CIUBSI For rtylo, for long w*ar, for low price, th«y '|oit tant b« b«rtl $35 Value! ALASKA-KARA FUR FABRIC COATS 100% pui* Mohair Pile! 27* Why, It look. |u«J like furl Y«i, and it hai • all the, remarkable waimth and wearing qualltiel of r«al,fur. Uitroui Sklnner't rayon latin lining. Advance 1943 itylingl Slzei 14 to 44. KURLYMO run 'AMIC COATS 85 Luxuriously warm CHENILLE ROBES Anil 10 low priced) 3 S&l'sVIRYOWN STAFFORD CLUB MEN'S SUITS 50 Double and Sln 0 le treaitedil 27 Built -for (ailing wear, lasting itylel Truly, you'd expect to pay from $35 to $401100% heavy weight wool woritedi. All wool hard finiih twliti. All In this wlnter'i very unarteit chalk ttripei, checkt, plaidt and coniervatlve pat- term. Blues, browni, teali, greyi . . . iiie.35 to.48.- -..' .:..„,,..-<.., S& L's EXCLUSIVE STERLING SUITS Single or double oreaifeds famoui for better styling, longer 23 50 100% wool PLAID JACKETS Knockout vafuef Snug fitting rip front couacki In heavy wool. Carefully tailored with belt back, two ilaih pockett and zip breait pocket. BOYS'JACKETS 3.95 Ankle length and cuddly wft to keep you inug thli winter, fluffy heavy ch«n|lllng In lov»ly contrqiilng paiteli. Ladlei' " ' '' B/» Vo»u«/ UNI0N SUITS r H*evy Mm* Itogtfc for j SHI Mtll'ft itatMb) THBIFT FLANNEL fetty IjUggrl waring.' \4, ftvrdy 34 Intfe SHEEI'SKIXS »M»tt fl** !OY»'JH11P*KW* HEAVY FLANNEL ^?^Pw *flMr LUVERNE WOMAN SWEEPSTAKES iiU Verne: Mr. and Mrs. Henry KUt bly and Mrs. Edwin Marty visited Goldfleld relatives Thursday. Mrs. Kubly has received Word that her three entries In cross stitch work at the Waterloo Cattle Congress and wb/ch received sweepstakes, first, second and third prizes In that class, are qualified to be entered In a national contest In New Y6rk November 10-24 and she has been urged by the needlework division of the Wo* man's Day magazine which Issued the prizes at Waterloo for this contest to enter her articles there. The winning pieces were a lunch set In shades of blue and silver, a pair of pillow cases and a guest towel. Hugh Shirk spent Thursday and Friday In Waterloo where he attended a school for druggists. (Ray Stone went to Cedar Falls Friday afternoon and Mrs. E. A. Schroeder returned with him. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, Clarion, visited their sisters, Lottie and Jennie Mason Thursday evening. Mrs, Duane Neal and children, of Clarion, have been visiting at the parental J. E. Ltndebak home. Mrs. H. W. Helmlck, Brighton, arrived last week Tuesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Phillips and family. 'Dick Smith, who has completed his basic training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, was at home last week for a few days furlough. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dlmyer and daughter, Shirley and Mrs. Harry Von Draska went to Des Moines Wednesday. Shirley stayed there as she has secured work in an office. At a meeting of the officers and executive committee of the Lu- Verne 'Farmers' Institute held last Wednesday evening it was' voted to discontinue the institute for the duration. •Mrs. £211 Eager will be hostess to the Presbyterian Ladles Association tomorrow. Mrs. J. L. Lichty is lesson leader and the subject to be studied will be "India." Mrs. Guy Trauger is to be devotions 'leader. The LuVerne Cemetery association meeting for October will be held at the community hall Thursday afternoon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Blegger, Mrs. Kate Barton, Mrs. Irving Chapman and Mrs. F. I. Chapman. The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met last Wednesday, one at Mrs. A. F. Zwiefels with Mrs- A. D. Burtis assisting hostess, one at Mrs. T. I Williams and the third with Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mrs. H. E. Peltzke assistant hostess. The junior class play has been chosen and is "Rainbow Girls" and the first practice was held last Wednesday evening under the direction of J. Arnold Hjelle. The tenta- OFFlCIAt, PUBLICATION Statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by the act of Congress of August 24, 1912, of ALGONA -UPPER DES MOINES, published weekly at Al- Bona, Iowa, for Oct. 1. 1942. State of Iowa, county of Kossuth •'Before me, a ntftary public In and for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared J. W. Haggard, who. having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is one of the publishers of The Algona Upper Des Moines, and that the following is', to- the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, embodied In section 411 Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on tte reverse of this form, to-wit: 1. That the names and address of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers, are: publisher. Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa, editors, Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa; managing editor. Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa; and business managers, Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa. • 2. That the .owners are: J. W. Haggard, Algona, Iowa. R. B. Waller. Algona, Iowa, 3. That the known bondholder*, mortgagees, and other security holder* owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: None, 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the name* of tte owners, stockholders and security hold- era, If any, contain not only the list of stockholders end security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in case* where the stockholders or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for wlom such trustee Is acting, Is given; also that the aald two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge ana belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholder* and aeourlty holders who do not appear upon the books of the company a* tru«- tees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and that this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Intereat direct or Ir.dtraot In the *a!d Btook. bond* ^or _other securities Per J, W. Haggard. Subacrlbad to and aworn fcsfore me thla »«» o My commission expires July 4, 1946, live date s'/t tot, the presentation a TuMda;'evening, October Ot. Lewla JJock left last week Monday for L two Weeks' vacation when he will visit relatives at Bettendorf, and Geneseo and Cambridge, 111. Mrs. Max Block received Word Tuesday of the death of a brother-in- aw, Claude Howser, at Atlanta, 111., Sunday. Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman was hostess to the Lutheran Ladles' Aid Thursday afternoon lit the church parlors. Rev. L. Wittenberg con- :lmted the reading of the book, "The Women of the Bible" and after th? Business meeting the group spent the afternoon visiting. The Arthur Ramus family had their household goods trucked to Des Moines Thursday and they plan :o make their home there as Mr. rlarmis will be In defense work. The older son, Gerald will stay In ^uVerne with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus and attend school. The Milton Worbys are also, moving to Des Moines. A program, such as was given in rural school in the past, furnished he entertainment when the Hiim- boldt township farm bureau held an evening meeting last week Tuesday at the Guy Trauger home. There was an old fashioned spelling match, recitations, dialogs and Singing with almost every one of the 40 people attending participating. The refreshments consisted of pie and coffee, the pies befog auctioned oft to the men as the custom was formerly. Some thirty-six women were present Thursday afternoon when the Evangelical Woman's Missionary society held its guest day meeting. Mrs. Edw. Meyers, Mrs. Lewis Merkle, Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. John Miller were hostesses. Mrs. E. R. Granner began the review of a new study book, "Evangelical Missionary Ventures" after the devotional service fhlch was led by Mrs. Fred Merkle. The guests were seated at candle-decorated tables at the lunch which was served following the meeting. The Progressive Woman's club met last week Monday evening with Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Mrs. J. L. Lichty was program chairman and had an interesting .paper on the history and industries of the Provinces of Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo, a continuation of the study of "Our Neighbors to the South." Mrs. S. R. Baker gave a reading illustrating the rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. Mrs. Richard Basham, Mrs. E. N. Bond, Dentist Peterson, Lillian Roggow and Ruth North became members of the club. UNION TOWNSHIP FEARS DAMAGE BY FROST TO BEANS Union: the heavy "and persistent frost In September was surely unwanted for the aoy hean crop producer. A large amount of damage has resulted. A goodly share of the beans were not ready for frost. The leaves were frosted and have dropped from the stalk. Whether en* ough nourishment has been left In the stalk to mature the beans will remain to be seen. Some of them Will fall short of the average in size and quality. ENTERTAINED BY JENK1NSONS Margaret Ditsworth of Charles City was a recent guest at the Leonard and Frank Crufkshank homes. Miss Ditsworth was a guest at dinner Sunday at the Glen Jenklnson home. Other guests were the Leonard Cruikshanks, their daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Wilson, Union,. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Benschoter of Plum Creek. That evening Leonards drove to the Arthur Jackman home near Lotts Creek where Margaret would visit preparatory to jdlnlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ditsworth, who recently moved to Ames. Clar.'«e Campney and Ruth Ueerdt are assisting Mrs. Peter Waldron at the Chrome cafe this week. Helpers are getting scarce In cafe work. Many of the girls are seeking work at the Pioneer seed corn plant during the rush season. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boevers are the parents of a daughter born at the Kossuth hospital last week on Tuesday morning, Sept. 29th. This is their first chMd. Mrs. Boevers was formerly Shirley Giffen of Fenton. This makes Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boevers happy grandparents. (The Busy Bee club met with Nina Taylor last week Friday after noon. A regular meeting was held owing Ruth Welhousen, of Titonka, to Aircraft Communicator Job . Titonka: Miss Ruth Welhousen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, resigned her teaching position at Panora last week and has entered government, work. She spent Sunday at home and Tuesday went to Kansas City to enter a six months' training course as a junior aircraft communicator. Thfs was her ,second year at Panorn. Her father took her to Des Moines Tuesday as he had business there that day in connection with his triple A work. SEXTON NEWS Wilbur Steven, naval cadet, ar rf.ved home Friday for a brief visit from Jacksonville, Fla. (Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven attended the funeral of Henry Jokes, a cousin, at Galva, Iowa, on Tuesday afternoon. Pvt. Robert Boleneus from Abeline. Texas, is enjoying a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boleneus. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and children of Staples, Minn., arrived Thursday evening to visit Mrs. Op- helm's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and, other relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Leadingham who have 'been In Michigan and now arc enroute to California, visited with Mr. and Mrs. William Green this week. Mrs. Leadingham is the mother of Mr. Green. Many fine gifts were received by the Sexton Society of Christain Service from members who attended the church and Sunday School in previous years. Several old members sent gifts who lived here 40 years ago. The Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service held a very successful chicken supper and bazaar at' the Sexton hall Thursday evening. The crowd which patronized the supper, was the largest which the society has ever served and it was greatly appreciated by the society, A fish pond entertained the children. Henry Nelson acted as auctioneer for the 'bazaar and vegetables and the articles were sold to the advantage of the church. Thus the group extends its gratitude to its many fr!«nds. The searchlight that gives , you free use of both hands, Don't toe wilthout one, in your borne and in 98c Top dwJca of four grand popular colors! foody's getting mm a "npt Folks t@U m tt$? Just woultJnlt be without oue vNim i?«rii w** MUIM to the fact that the Red Cross aew* Ing they were scheduled to work on had not arrived. The next meeting Will be with Eunice Rfebhoff, Oct. 9th and M Is hoped the sewing will be here. They are making kits for the Red Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will were guests at the Joe •Leim'nger home one evening last week attending a party for the Leinlngera' three sons who are in the navy and are PUBLIC SALE LIVESTOCK Having rented my farm 9 miles nortbjwest of Algona and 5^/2 mi^es south of Lone Rock, I will sell at public auction ,the following described livestock, sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. m., on Thursday, October 15,1942 Notice of Sale of Beal Estate IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH ?° U thI Y Matter of the Estate of Kva Slfert. Deceased. , To: Edward Slfert. Mary Umbenhower, Irene Gunler, Melvln Slfert, Etna Krull. Henry Slfert Dr,C. H_ Cretzmeyer, L. M. Merrltt, and to whomsoever It may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of an Order to me directed, entered by the District Court of Iowa In ard for Kossuth County, on the 3lBt day of August. A. -D.. 1942 in the above entitled cause. I have been authorized and directed to sell for cash the real estate located in Kossuth County, Iowa, and described as follows, to-wlt: The West Half <W%) of Lot Sever (7) of Auditor's Plat of Lot Six (6) In Section Two (2). Township NInety-flve (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29). West of the Fifth P. M.. belonging to said Estate. You are further notified that I wrtll seVl «ald real estate to the highest and best bidder for cash, subject to the approval of said court; said sale to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth County. Iowa, on the 15th day of October, A. D., 1942 at 2:00 o'clock P. M.. of said day. Dated this 14th day of September, E! J."HOUGH, AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OP EVA SIFERT. DECEASED Quarton & Miller. Attys. 40-41 11 Holstein Milk Cows 11 Some milking now, some fresh now and others: fresh soon. All are Bang and T. B. tested. Have Kossuth County Cowtesting records on all these cows. 10 Holstein Heifers 10 These are two-year-olds, also coining fresh,, and Bangs and T. B.. tested. 1 Pure Bred Angus Bull, 3 Years Old 1 Holstein Yearling Bull 4 Angus Calves Miscellaneous—One McCormick cream separator with motor; some milk cans, etc. Terms of Sale—Cash. If terms are ddsired see tjhe clerk before sale or at the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. 0. A. LABBS, OWNER Colwell Bros., Auctioneers Iowa State Bank, Clerk Stockpile Mi thit art undid all ovtr thi country M that t»r Gooer»nteHt can plan our armaminl protram-and our millt and plantt fan deliver the fghti«g tool11 VJet in on the drive'that starts today. Get the unused metal out of your cellar, your attic, your garage, your place of business, Without this scrap the Nation's steel mills must shut down, for all new steel is 50% scrap, and the mills have not enough for even 30 days more, And one more thing, Help to stop the story — spread by innocents and ill- wishers alike-"that there is lot* of scrap already on hand. They point to junk yardf, auto graveyards, and salvage de- pott that have not been cleaned out, at proof that there is no shortage, Kill this talk before it kills gur froyj/ In spite of the terrible M of scrap, here i* why you may trill find full junk ytxds and scrap depots — and why they must be kept that way! •J All scrap must be sorted, stripped, and broken •*•• up by scrap dealers before it can be used. . Their yards «re lull because they are busy— preparing your scrap (or the mills as fast as they possibly c«n( O Auto grsveysrds strip s,utoi,- keep the usable <*• parts ao4 junk the rest—turning out 450,W» toot of scrap, in n typical month. Each must •crap within 60 days M «»ny cars M he buys —th»tlsthelsw» 3 Scrsp collections sometimes hsve to stay * «rouii4NcsuM the ds»lerscso'thsjjdl« them •II imtf*edist*ly, Bye* if they could, tbt rollto could not store it sOl. The local snivaf* depot It t stockpile*-where your temp is •YRltebb iostaotMt Tbf have WHOSE BOY W IfclJli pPlHl l|i,|||S|FJr^'^p will YOU FAILEDP Remember if tit«i» pUcei become empty, ft* mttl« fbdt down •* wi4 wt low the war! UNITED S0RAP f J " r "> ?'«7 i -V t t t. " ' . •- ;^ * *$'*&<«• ' * V ^ f "fe* 1 * V % iH •c-^-.'x ? •, £'v ,,'=M:-. %^y* l iV%y?& t your ier»p an4 help _ w wlA tb^fs. Iff *e Vf siojfle cootribHtiop you $M wske rigot ta Do One of These 3 Things: 1-^Take your scrap to the junk dealer and get paid for it. But turn receipt over to your township, chairman* your scrap to tfw scrap 4epot, ^tate an* Sfc, oil Noi*ljwe»t» Qt ws and

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