The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1942 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 27, 1942
Page 10
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The AI#ma Upp6r Dot Moine*, BUREAU AT SENECA Seneca: The Seneca Farm Bureau held Its October meeting last Tuesday evening, Oct. 20 at the Roy Osborn 1 home with Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen the assisting host anil hostess'. The program consisted of a cornet solp by Marjorie Oshorn, followed by a talk on local Rod Cross work by Mrs. A. L. Brown. County Agent Brown talked on the recent farm bureau meeting held at Des Mor-nes. He also discussed Inflation. Chas. Osborn talked on the effects of present day rationing on the American farmer. Members were asked to bring guests to the November meeting which will bo held at the Clarence Osborn home. Members and wives present Included Messrs, and Mesdames C. C. Voigt, Earl Crouch, Clarence Osborn, Millen Jensen, Chas. Osborn and Henry Looft, also Fred Brown and County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown. Guests were Mr. and Mrs S. S. Whitmore of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore Invited thn group to the Palo Alto group moet- '•ng at the center school west of Fenton Tuesday evening, November 10. Delicious (verc served at the meeting. refreshments close of the Vote for L. A. WINKEL Democratic Candidate - for Kossuth County Attorney It will simply be impossible for me to call upon very many ol' the voters before election day, due to the extreme bupyness of the season, the urgent need to be doing other things, the rubber shortage and dozens of other reasons, all in addition to tlie fact that I had recently been ill with the flu for 15 days, so I wish to take this opportunity of soliciting your kind support for my re-election on November 3rd, Thank you. Coat Days Are Here at •| TTES® "4 4-4 Cnriscnill Every Type Coat There are many type coats and we have all of them. The boyish, mannish tailored tweed witli and without snap-in linings In sizes from 10 to 30—all wool—for $17.95, $25.00, $35.00 THE FAMOUS SEASON'S SKIPPER IS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY HERE 04 A Aft FOB ONLY .___ _ y*!9iUU A similar coat with snapy In lining: tftr '. $39.75 The plain "dress" coat, in black and colors featuring the famous Fashion-bUt line of smartly styled coats for _. Others at Fur trimmed coats, gorgeous in their carefully selected furs of wolf, fox and $17.95 $35.00 to $75,00 This is the time to select your new coat from this great stock—the largest in Algona. A complete stock of ANNIS FUR COATS at all times! REV.F.SNUTYER INSTALLED AT RAMSEY REFORMED Tltonka: The new pastor, Rev. Frank Snutyer at the Ramsey Reformed church, was Installed at a special divine service on Wednesday, October 21, at two o'clock. The Rev. Johanit Schm'dt had charge of the service. The Rev. Petdr Koc- nan preached the sermon: Rev. tt. Pannkuk, a son of the church, but pastor at Apllngton, Iowa, charged the congregation and the Rev. O. G. Poppen charged the pastor. Rev. Schmidt also baptized the infc.nt daughter, Karen Gertrude, of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Simtyer. After the installation services lunch was served to all by the ladies of the church. , - '. If • ' 1 A 1 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 2So for 19 words or loss. When paid with order, 2<s per word; when charged) So tier word. Njo ag- ents' commission allowed. If adverttehig Agents charge their clients 8c and send cash with order they receive lo per word commission. For Sale These cold, chilling days and nights call for a warm winter coat. Our coats are not only WARM but they are beautifully styled and faultlessly tailored and we have a very large selection of all types. John Golbuff of Forest City was .'•n town Thursday. He was formerly a salesman for this territory. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stuberg and Mrs. Marie Sathoff were Mason City business callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sleper nttd Mrs. Clarence Penning were Thursday evening guests at the Ben U. Meyers. George Sachau, Eleanor Intcrmilll and Janice Fay Intermill were Friday evening guests at the Henry Van Hove home. Richard and Benjamin Meyer spent Friday night and Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer. Mrs. Helen White, Cidney Laird and Mrsi Marguerite Keneflck of Algona were Friday guests at the Howard French home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French and Jean were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. French's mother, Mrs. S. B. French at Algona. Mrs. John Stott began clerking In the Bonackcr food market Monday, replacing Forrest Hanson who enlisted in the Coast Guard. Mrs. Herman Tapper . and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children, Floyd and Jean visited Thursday afternoon at the Joe H. Tapper home. The -Titonka Woman's club met Thursday even'ng with Mrs. Harry Beed. The lesson was conducted by Mrs. Lerrore Schram and Mrs. Mary Ball. Guests at the Homer Downs home Friday were Mrs. Downs' mother, Mrs. E. F, Bowker of Garner. Mrs. H. Brummond of Kanawha, and Mrs. Jim Wahlcrt, Oakland, Calif. Lewine King of Des Moirres is a house guest at the Wm. Ward home. Lewine is a registered nurse am! has enlisted for overseas service and will be inducted November 1. She Is a cousin of Mrs. Ward. Mrs. Jerry Breen was hostess to her club Thursday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. Wm. Ward and Mrs. Bill Batt. Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Batt each received a defense stamp as prizes for high scores. Adolph Missal took his son, Albert to Algona Saturday from where Albert left for New York City. Albert who :-s stationed on a patrol cutter with the navy, had been spending a nine day furlough with his parents. Mrs. Herman Tapper returned to Thompson Saturday to help her parents, A. M. Friests, pick corn. M£>- rie Meyer is the new waitress at Wilson's cafe to replace Mrs. Tapper. Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children took her home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Morgan, Betty and Irene and Wm. DeVries of Dousman, Wis., visited from Sundav to Wednesday at the Fred DeVrin.s home. Mrs. Morgan and William are Frqd's sister and brother. Wm. will be inducted into the army on Nov. 1. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies were Des Moins visitors Friday and Saturday. The Torgerserrs were guests at the John Torgersen home and the Callies' at the home of Mrs. Callies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rolfsema. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken entertained their luncheon bridge club Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Boyken were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed received high, Mrs. Sathoff travel prize and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball low. Mrs. H. A. French entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Hardy Buell, Mrs. Kirby Smith Mrs. Cl:-ff Smith, Mrs. Lee Pratt, Mrs. Charles Patterson and Mrs. Al Staehle, all of Burt, and Mrs. Clifford Krantz and Mrs. Homer Downs. Contract bridge was played. Twenty-six dollars were sent to Red Cross headquarters by the Titonka and Rural Buffalo Red Cross Those contributing were the Good Hope Ladies' Aid, Methodist Ladies' Aid, Federated club, Doan Lad'cs Aid and Woman's club at Dean and others. This was donated for overseas kits and $6.50 was sent to Algona which was co! 1 ? ted in nsh bowls in the different tusir:css placer, for the gift packages given- to al! Kossuth boys as t!~ey lc:ive Algonu. •FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars by the grand champion o£ Kossuth County Fair. A large group to choose from. New blood for olc customers.—Joseph A, Skow, Wesley. 43-46* FOR SALE— '33 Chevrolet panel truck. Good tires. Good motor. Will sell cheap. —Sorensen's Grocery store. Phone 138 or 139, or come in the store. 43 FOR SALE--Cheap 1929 Chevrolet truck. Good tires.—K R. Mawdsley, phorre 14F4. 43* 'FOR SALE-^Berkshire boars. Purebred.—L. H. Sohenck, Burt, Iowa. 13* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars. —Orval Fuchsen. 1% miles northeast of West Bend. 42-43* FOR SALE—Electric motor, horse power. Also small wood heater.—Mrs. W. H. King, Route 1, Algona. 42-43* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, immune and eligible for eglstration.—Roy R. Stoulil, Ottosen, Iowa. 42-43 FOR SALE—20 head Spotted Poland Ch.'.na boars. 2 miles south of Ottosen, 1 mi. west.—Thorsen Bros., Ottosen-. 42-43-44* FOR SALE—Registered Black Poland boars. Well grown March pigs. New blood lines for old cus tomers. Vaccinated and guaranteed —Reilly Bros., Lone Rock. 42-43 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment.- Also sleeping room, 621 E. State.—Mrs. Chase. SS-13* .FOR SALE—'Duroc boars.—John F. Weber, Irvnlgton, Iowa. Algona phone 15-F22, 43-44* AETNA FARM LOANS- Low rates. No commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the borrower, It !s worth looking into. Call or wr'te Hutchison & Hough. 43-61* •WB1 KAVifi) it ,.._.. , potted Narcissus Bul6s.' : —Gamble ~ . of 'and 86,1 WE HAVE JUST 'received, softie good looking stationery for service men in the army and navy". Bo sheets and envelopes for $1.10 « box. Each sheet carries army tif navy emblem. See M at the Algotuv Upper Des MolneS. ,.40-tf COSMETICS, a big new line n\ Gambles. ,43 MAN WANTED—for Rawleio;h Route of 800 families. Write today. -nRawlelgh's Dept. IAJ-11-SA, Freeport, III. . 43* FOR SALE—Apples, $1.60 bushel,—Leslie McEnroe, Algona. SS-42* SSI-42* FOR SALE—Spotted male hogs. New blood lines for old and new customers. Vaccinated. Reasonably priced. 1 mile west and 4 miles north of Wesley on gravel road.—Joseph G. Miller. 42-43* BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-tf FOR SALE—Spotted Poland boars. Immune and eligible for registry. Wide back, easy feeding :ype. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton, LuVerne. 40-47* GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. 40-tf FOR SALE—Reed baby buggy like new. Inquire 522 East Call Algona. SS-43* LOST—Men's yellow gold Elgin wrist watch. N'ne weeks ago. Notify Paul Sampson, Algona. 43* flFOR SALE-^Hereford boars — real ones. Immuned. Priced to sell.—Howard Desch, LuVerne. , SS-43* FOR SALE—Hereford boars. Type and size, as well as quality, reasonable.—Harold Frideres, Ottosen, la. SS-43* FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford boars. The best in the state at rea- sonaible prices—Walter Thor, la. Kirchoff, SS-43* FLU IS HERE AGAIN. ..WAL- NUTGROVE minerals will help to relieve Flu in your hogs. Suggestion: go easy with your new corn, have sleeping quarters ventilated and sanitary, feed a balanced ration including Walnutgrove minerals. These will help a lot. Ask your neighbors about Walnutgrove. —H. S. Fain, phone 297-M, Humboldt, la. SS-43* FOR SALE—Pureured Polarrd China boars. Serviceable age. New blood for old customers.—Aaron Stuessy, LuVerne, Towa. 43 FOR SALE—Used Appliances: Washing machines, gas and electric; 3 burner kerosene stove; 2 good cream separators, 1 electric and 1 hand turn; good battery radio; rh'ak- ing machine. New Appliances: Milking Machines, Chore Boy asd Perfection Pipe Line; Phllco radios, Iowa Cream separators. Buy that electric refrigerator now. We have them.—Algona Maytag Co. 43 FOR SALE—Registered Hampshire boars of modern type, quality and breeding. Also one registered Brown Swiss bull ready for service. T. B. and Bangs tested.— Harold Fischer, Burt, lowtt 40-42* Wanted WANTED TO RENT—Well Improved 160 or 240 acres. Good equipment and good references. No in- cumbrances. Write Roy S. Brock, Sarlham, Ipwa. 43* For Rent FOR RENT OR SALE—Modern >rlck house. Inquire of A. L. Kleinpeter, Wesley. 41-42* Lost-Found TAKEN UP—Three mules stray- id into yard. Owner may have iame by paying for ad and keep.— David McGregor, Sexton. 42-43 FOUND—Rosary, pay advertising. Identify St. Benedict News Thirteen Hours Devotion was held at St. Benedict's Catholic church last Sunday. Miss Ruth Pentorr returned for „ couple of weeks' visit here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Penton. She was employed at a shell loading plant in Pontiac, 111., the past sum- ner. Mrs. Ben Dorr, Mrs. Madeline Marso and Roslee Dorr and Arlene Marso took Sgt. Ralph Dorr to :iarion Tuesday for his return trip to Camp Bowie, Texas, after spend- ng 14 days here with his parents and relatives. He was made sergeant just a few days before coning home and will go to Fort Bliss, Texas, to teach 50 recruits cook- ng and baking as Ralph was given a course of three months in baking and cooking last December, January and February. A farewell party was held at the Leo Ludwig home Sunday evening, Oct. 18, in honor of his cousin, Frank Grandjennett of Armstrong, who left vfa Spencer Tuesday for army service. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams of Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quiim, of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Faust of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Ludwig of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froehlich, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, Loraine and Marion Arndorfer of here. The evening was spent playing cards and lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Leo Ludwig and Harriet Simon. 2 he Best Man to REPRESENT YOU - IN CONGRESS Hon. Fred O. Giichrist Laurens, Iowa Congressman Giichrist is lyjnest, reliable, experienced and courageous with a fine record of outstanding service Dor the fann- ers, business men, large and small, labor, professional men, war veterans, and every citizen of the Sixth District), His first interest is winning the War, with the least possible expenditure of human life and resources, and establishment ol a just and lasting peace* He Is qualified to nandlb today's emergency problems — to meet post-war readjustment problems when our boys return home. In Congress, Giichrist is nationally recognized as the champion of Agriculture. He has supported parity prices, corn loans, mortgage moratoriums, low Interest rates, rural electrification, good ipads, In fact EVERY MEASURE for the welfare of the termers of Iowa. Farm organizations and farm leaders endorse Giichrist as one of the be*« friends the farmer ever had in Congress. Vote - November 3rd • For Giichrist for Congress PHONOGRAPH RECORDS^al! the tiew re1e*es. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete With rojl of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. . 34 DESK BLOTTERS, assorted, colors, brown, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Molnes office. 16o each, 2 for 25c. « 84-tf U*<io! tf f o*m lu, BufYftti, ftiatdt'l ..u arid Weshefs Furhltuf* 44-U FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory w6rk guaranteed, price 25c per film. Luiby & Gioist SB» MB FOR Real Bargains'h' drainage tU U . ftftM, phrtn* If, Alfoniv »hl it-it ADDlNtt MACqtttft Rolls for sale at the Algeria tipper DM . Moih e «. Regular size, isc each, 2 for fifto. Large «l*e ito Woh, z tat 886. . 84-tt IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp • .(or, any purpose, you can order them, it The Algona Upper Des Molnos,. c aad up. 18**tt BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. A sales slip with every purchase. 16e each or 2 books for 25c. 34-lf WE WILL PAY top prices for late model used cars. Also older cars that are clean with good tires. —Perdval Motors, Dodge and Plymouth. • 4i-tf STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 65. 31-tf Exchange Dept. Basement H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against, loss or .damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylnj; and hauling. - . SOY BEAN ! r he A. A. A, Goinmittessjare now perfecting plans so thjat drafts can be issued in the very hear future, by the elevators to which Soy, Beans have been delivered. ' Our bank is ready to pay cash on SOY BEAN, DRAFTS just as soon as issued. Iowa State Bank ALGONA "Where so many farmers bank" If you could get deep, rich luxury of fabric and rugged resistance to wear — all in one coat — wouldn't that be like getting two coats for the price of one? Well, that's just what you get in an Alpagora! Because every square inch of Alpagora fabric contains twice as many hair fibres as the surface of an ordinary coat. This is what textile scientists call a Double-Dense construe* tion and all laboratory tests prove that double density means far greater richness—far longer wear. Come in and select your favorite mode) today. THE TOPCOAT THE OVERCOAT AS ADVERTISED III LIFE GENUINE f ^BMfr^^Bp" ilpflMB" ^W|^^|R ^B|'^^" ^Hfc : • ^^r^^. ~ i|(p^ *w^w^Hp* ^^Bff ^B"^^ fM^* Wfr^^P LEUTHOU^WILUAMI

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