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Tto Algona tfpptt DIM[ Mfttoji,JJgj HEART AHACK IS FATAL TO MRS. NAGEL, ANKENY Stricken at James Brophy Home North of City Sunday Afternoon; Two Daughters With Her Following a statement that she was feeUng ill, Mrs. Minnie Nagel. 76, of Arrkeny, Icnva, sucmimbprt to a heart attack while sitting In an automobile in the Jas. Brophy farm yard, 4% miles north of here Sunday afternoon about 1:30. Tt seems that in company with her two daughters, Mrs. Frank Lane and Mrs. Herbert, and their hus- %ands, of DCS Moincs, Mrs. Nagel had come with them to Kossuth and intended to v'sit at the Brophy home while the men hunted pheasants. HI But Few Minutes Mr. and Mrs. Brophy had made plans to accept a dinner engagement with their niece, Mrs. Earl Anglo of Sexton, and they were just leaving the yard as the Des Moines car arrived. With mutual understanding the Brophys left and -they came back about 1:30. They lad barely stopped their car when Mrs. Nagel complained of feeling ill and shortly had passed away. The McCullough Funeral Chapel was called and the remains were brought to Algona and prepared for shipment to Des Moines, and ambulance arriving Monday morn- Ing 1 . Funeral will be at Saylor•ville, , Iowa, Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 with interment in the Pine Hill cemetery. Old Friend of Brophy Mrs. Nagel was an old friend of James Brophy, who some 35 years ago lived In- the Nagel neighborhood two miles west of Ankeny. Whenever occasion permitted Mrs. Nagel made it a point to visit at the home of Mr. Brophy whenever in Kossuth county. Hospital News Kossuth Hospital November 9 — Alice SchMtz, Bancroft, surgical. November 11 — Mrs. Stella Sabin, Algona, medical. November 12 — Mrs. Glen Allen, West Bend, boy; Mrs. Irvin Turner, Lone Rock, boy; Mary Jean Johnson, Lakota, surgical; Mrs. Myrtle Vining, AJgona, medical ; Mrs. Fred Tlmm, Algona, medical; Clara Hansen, Lakota, medical. November 14 — 'Mrs. John Altman, Irvington, girl. November 15 — Mrs. Merle Nelson Algona, boy; Jo Ann Oarmbier, Lu- Verne, medical. General Hospital November 9 — Conrad Mertz, Wet.1 Bend, medical; Mrs. Ralph Marlda, Algona, girl. November 11— Kenneth Osheim, Thompson, surgical. November 16 — Mrs. William Dewey, Britt, surgical, Private Glen Coa^t Guard Gunner Glen Sabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sabin, Sycomore, Illinois, but who has made his home wMh Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich, Union township, the past eight years, enlisted in the coast guard January 3. 1941, and is now serving with Battery E, 19th at Rosencrans, California. He is a coast guard gun runner. He expects to return to Union township to make his home after the war. TEAMS ALGONA BOY TOOK PART IN SOLOMON ISLANDS BATTLE (Kossuth county and Algona was represented in the recent taking over of the Solomon Islands In the Pacific when Kenneth W. Durant, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Durant of Algona, was a member of the Marines which ousted the Japs from Guadalcanal. Kenneth joined the n-avy June 18, 1940, at Norfolk. V,rginia. He reoeivod training there for six months, then four monttts at Annapolis, then four months at New River, North Carolina and about seven months ago he was assigned to duty with the forces which have been battling in the Solomon Islands vicinity. While he joined the navy, he was transferred to the Marines about a year and a half since. His part-ntn received a letter from him addressed at Guadalcanal, Oct .23, 19-12, in wh'ch he wished them a very merry Christmas and stated that he was O. K. Prior to that they had not heard from him for nearly three months. Kenneth has always lived in Algona and was graduated from the local high school class of '39. So far he is the first Algona boy known to have 'been a part of the force battling in the Solomon Islands. Mrs. Grace Bruer arrived Friday evening to spend the week end w:l.h her daughter. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs. or Announcements See our complete line of samples—printed or engraved. Let them complete your trousseau and tell the story of the all important event. The Algona Upper Des Moines FOR FIFTH PLACE IN BOWLING GROUP The Jaycees and Wesley Auto teams are tied for fourth place in the bowling league with a .625 percentage and following! them for fifth place there are four teams contending for the place. They are the Fuller Brushes, Silver Grays, Holsum Bread and K. C. teams and they have a percentage of .583. The MuJlin Hybrids are maintaining ,a strong lead so early in the season w'th only 4 lost out of 24 game? Won Lost Ptit. Mullin Hjybrds 20 4 .833 John Deere-Tyke 18 6 .750 Honeymead Grandads 17 7 .708 Jaycees 15 9 .625 Wesley Auto 15 9 .625 Fuller Brushes 14 10 .583 Silver Grays 14 10 .683 Holsum Bread 14 10 .533 K of C 14 10 .083 Old Style Lager 13 11 .542 Burt 11 I 8 - 458 Barry's Midgets 10 14 .417 Pioneer 10 14 ,417 Ladies' league Modern Cleaners 15 9 .632 Shilts Shoes 10 '14 .417 Elk Cleaners ....12 12 .600 Barkers Drug -11 13 .458 Swea City Auxiliary Distributes Flags to School Upper Grade ( Swea City: The American Legion Auxiliary had its annual Armistice Day party at the Fred Peterson home. As an Arnvstice Day project they distributed 100 flag codes to the upper grades of the Swea City school. The codes are in a pamphlet form and contain the pledge of allegiance, the verses of The Star Spangled Banner and the do's and don't's .for flag display. Mrs. G. D. Curtis and Mrs.- A. J. Bilsborough of the Americanization committee were in charge of the distribution. Irvington Ladies Farm Bureau Plans Holiday Meeting in December Irvington: Mrs. Frank Capesius and her daughter, Mrs. Julius W.'n- kle, were joint hostesses to the Irvington .Ladies' Farm Bureau group on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ar thur Krause and Mrs. John Schultz presented the second half of th< lesson on Clothing. The next meet ing will be in the form of a Christ mas party with Mrs. John Weber u hostess and Mrs. Woods assisting Each guest will contribute one num ber for the program. There wil be an exchange of gifts the cost o wh'.ch is not to exceed 25 cents This meeting will be on Dec, 16. Swea City Takes First From Fenton in B. B. Swea City: The first game of the 1942-43 season was played here Friday night, with Swea C'ty the winner over Fenton. The Trojan squad is composed of the following boys: seniors—iLowell Larson, Frederick Haglund, Lloyd Gabel, Eddie Anderson and Edmund Lester; juniors— Wilbur Geerdes, Adam Beck, Eddie Kollasch, Ray Sanders, Gordon Thompson, Roy Rohlin, James Brock, Lee Hilsten and John Bai- dus; sophomores—Robert Lundquist, John Karsten, Merlin Berg, Donald Nelson; 'freshmen—Robert Lobb, John Tweeten, Daryl Peterson and Francis Barker. In Tte WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines CAMOUFLAGED U. & MACHINE GUN NEST—Guadalcanal, Solomons: This Official U. S. Marine Photo received last Sunday of a machine gun nest manned by a U. S. Marine crew In the front line at Guadalcanal, Is just one of the reasons why the Invader failed in his attempt to retake the islands. Thousands of Nipponese soldters died attempting to storm nests of this type. Wayne Lynch H«ad» Senega 4*H Club Seneca: The &6He6a Progressive Farmers' 4-tt club hfId ttfl annual business meeting with election ofc 6fflcefs at the Kenneth Volght hbffle Wednesday evening. Thirteen members responded to roll call by tell- tag what they had learned hr4-H Work this past year. "Marvin Wit- berg was a guest of the club and a prospective memoer, Officers elected fbf the ensuing year are: president, Wayne Lynch; vice president, Harold Osborn; secretary and treasurer, junior Mer. till, and reporter, JatiUle'Looft. Roy Osborn Is the leader, Oamea were played, after which delicious refreshments Were served by Mrs. Vo!ght. Dale Anderson will be the December host. WeslejTGirl Given Post-Nuptial Shower Wesley: Mrs. Dale Swaney, nee Rosemary Seller, was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower Wednesday afternoon In the parish hall w.'.th 85 ladles attending. Five hundred was played with high and low scores being won by Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Mrs. O. J, Downs respectively. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Swaney left for Camp Swift, Texas, Friday. They had been home for a week,, he having had a furlough from the U. S. army. The couple Were married there Oct. 17th. fiseh 16 «uca>etght» that J. LafdmafClrtO decided t6 do tilj* rathef thafl build ft nett feulldlilg to replace 6tte burned earlier this year,. One flight recently the Decorato flrd trucks rushed tb ihe scene of a Are, but *c\ind ndthlhg serious, only a smudge, set by the firemen hemSelveri. Cars followed the trucks, as usual', people ran to the sdene of the fire, but nothing very excltihg-^-Untll followers of the fire .ruck were met and given tickets for "following a fire truck." The whole thing had been planned to :each people a lesson—not to fol- ow flre trucks. However, none were held and the tickets were given out "with a smile." The next time will be a different story for iny Who received the tickets this time. The firefighters were dls- MARKETS AFTER SEVEN DAYS ON A BAFT—At Sea: They can still smile as they look back on the horrors of seven days on a raft bu'.lt to hold four, during which they saw one of the original nine leap to his death in delirium and another die of exposure and starvation. They are the survivors of the crew of a -flying 1 fortress forced down in the vast Pacific. Pictured as they convalesced abroad a U. S. Aircraft Carrier, they are (left to right) Lt. Darden, Navigator; Lt. A. W. Anderson, Co-P'lot; Sgt. Gagnon; Private Murray; Sgt. R. P. Anderson (in bed); Lt. Van Hour, Pilot, and Sgt. Ruseby. They are examining a bottle and can in which their water spoiled and tomato juice spoiled. GRAIN No. 2 white corn, new $.82 No. 2 yellow corn, old ...* 7C No. 2 yellow corn, new ....<. 67 No. 2 mixed cori), new . .66H 30 Ib. test white oats ...*..A— .51 No. 3 'barley -..-. :• 46 EGGS Extras' ....*.... - - 41c Mediums -...36c Dirty and checked eggs 30c Cash cream— Sweet —» 60c No. 1 - - 49c No. 2 47c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs 18c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 16c Hens, under 4 Ibs - 14c Cocks, over 4% a ° Cocks," under 4% 8c Springs, over 5 1'bs. - .....200 Sprtags, 4 to 5 Ibs 18c Springs, under 4 Ibs 16c Leghorns ...; — ' •No. 2 poultry, 3c less. These are Monday quotations Prices are subject to change by th time of publication. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge thnlr clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Black face native breeding ewes. Also rams.—Stanley Gardner, Phone 13F31, Algona. 45-46'* Fenton Basketball For Coining Season Fenton: The schedule of games to be played by the Penton high school basketball team for the season 1 is as follows: Nov. 24—Ringsted there; Dec. 4— Lone Rock here; Dec. 10—St. John's there; Dec. 18—Whttemore here; (Tan. 8—Presmta'tion Academy of Whittemore here; Jan. 15—Lone Rock there; Jan. 22—Whittemore there; Jan. 29—St. John's here; Feb. 12—Presentation there; Feb. 19— Ringsted here. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 45953 f« District Court, Nov- ber 10, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: I You are Hereby Notified, That an' instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Katie Chilton, deceased, dated June 1, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday the 12th day of December, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of sam» at the Court House in Algona, Iriv-. before the District Court' of sp'd Cnunty, or the Clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock A. M. o* the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and sh^v cause if any they have, whv saVd instrument should not be probnted and allowed as and for the last V/ill and Testament of said deceased. , Dated at Algqna,, Iowa, November 10 1942. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, attorney for estate. 46-48 FOR SALE—Black .purebred Poland China boars. Brown Swiss 10 month old bull, purebred.-John Bockes, LuVerne. 45-46 BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-t f FOR SA1LE—Purebred Poland China boars, serviceable age. New blood for old customers.—Aaron Steussy, LuVerne, Iowa. 44-47* FOR SALE—Team good horses, six and seven years old. Sound.— Algona Maytag Store. - lfi FOR SALE—Spotted Poland boars. Immune and eligible for registry. Wide back, easy feeding type. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton LuVerne. 40-47* We Have the Largest Assortment Ever! New designs to choose from, many featuring the trend of the'times. All prices. With Name Imprinted 50 Cards Unusual Assortment for Business Firms The Algona Upper Des Moines FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars by the grand champion o: Kossuth County Fair. A large group to choose from. New blood for old customers.—Joseph A. Skow, WPS ley. 43-46" Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4955 'n District Court, November Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That ail instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Bertha Schwletert, Deceased, dated Aug. 3, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 12th day of December, 1942. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Al- jona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the clerk of sa.'<i Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned ail persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa,. Novem. ber 16, 1942. KATHARINE MCEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winiel, attorney. *W7-48 FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford boars. Vaccinated.— Frank Bor mannr, Bode. 44-47 GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines 40-t FOR SALE—Small I. H. C. cyl inder corn sheller.—A. J. Dittmer Burt. 46' FOR SALE—Windmill, 60 ft tower. Good as new.—James Bro .phy, 4% north Algona on 169. 46 'FOR SALE—Good used washers electric and gas engine. 3 Good user cream separators. Battery radi and wind charger. Used electri mantel radios. All guaranteed O K. We repair all makes of wash ers. Wringer rolls for all makes —Algona Maytag Store. ~FOR SALE—Oliver small powe sheller, slightly used. 2 Allls-Cha r mers combines. MeCormlck Deer ing regular tractor and cultivajp 2 John Deere 2-14" plows. Nearl new Cornbelt 1-row corn picke Used 4 wheel trailer on rubber. On 6-h. p. gas engine. Used steel grai elevator. All steel overhead wage jack. 1 Wood Bros; 26" steel thresh er. 2 used manure spreaders.— Bradley Bros., South Hotel Algon Phone 714. < FOR SALE—1 second hand cna tress $1.00; one % bed mattres *LOO; one % bed fes-tbertick Jl.oo— Mller Lbr. Co., Phone 198. 4 Lost-Found ISTRAYiJD—Two head of catt came to my place, two weeks ago.— Anton Weydert. 46 WANTED — Experienced driver or gasoline transport. Apply Mid- West Service Co., Iowa State Bank uilding. 46* WANTED—Experienced or inexperienced waf'tressl,—Dermand'3 Cafe. 46 WANfflED—Experienced service tation man. Good wages. Phone 51. The Pape-Askeland Co., Armtrong. 40 fn« erundj* county" afti Issued til H single clrttbnjei* a. certificate pefflMt«f»( M» ftlow- a«ee in On6 iBtfdef, ot #,500 pdttida of SUgaf Of about as much guftar- to be faitOhed td all the rest df the people of the county for a peMpd' of three and a half mdnths. The- fortunate customer IB the 1 Reln- beek Canning Co., and Its tiudfa reresents its requirements for this year's pack. ; Victory Pickle A victory garden vegetable grown: by Mrs. Davis Gfeen of near Richards was a cucumber in the shape of an almost perfect "V". Joined at the base the component parts of the cucumber were four-an-ti- half and three-and-a-hajf inches in length. SERVICE MEN'S STATIONERY With Army, Navy and Air Corps Insignias Ideal (or Christmas Gifts $|10 50 Sheets and 50 Envelopes The Algona Upper Des Moines AROUND IOWA WANTED— Good used electric >honograph.—Gamble Store. 46 Miscellaneous WE HAVE JUST received some good looking stationery for service men in the army and navy. 60 sheets and envelopes for $1.10 a box. Each sheet carries army or navy emblem. See tt at the Algona Jpper Des Moines. ..40-tf Circumstances Reversed Usually horses are used to pull machiires from the mud, but this was not the case near Decorah recently. A horse belonging to Phil Johnson stepped info a sink-hole and sank up to the neck before help arrived. An automobile wrecking equipment was taken to the scene of action and pulled the) horse from the mud. Ropes were put around the animal and the crane was used to pull it out. Bean? ' Earl Inmer, of Cedar Rapids, displayed in Iciwa Fails the other day something that he called a bean. It is 33% inches long, not including the stem and in places is eight inches in circumference. Other in- divduala who claim to be "in the know" say it is a gourd. Whatever it is, there are five more life* U on a vine, and about 30 smaller''ones. Convertible ' • '•'•''' . A Waverly building used as i barn for many years, later as a gardge, is being remodeled to be used as a drug store. It Is being remodeled as building costs have CHATTER BOX If you haven't put anti-freeze in your car, it is high time you did. "We recommend GHEM-A- COOL, the new permanent anti-fretze which protects your cooling system to 50 degrees he- low zero. It is safe—there is no water to freeze and it can be used each season. JLR (No testing is required for CHEM-AHOOOL. once your car is conditioned, you won't have to give it further attention-. JLR If you are looking for the .unusual in a Christmas, gift, see our new shipment of hand turned, solid walnut wall brackets, what-nots, picture frames for the wall and on pedestals and mirrors. Wo also have a beautiful assortment of wooden bowls made toy the same company. This woodwork !a made in the Ozarks and'is the product of real craftsmen. JLR Some of the picture frames vtfauld toe lovely for small .needle point pieces. Stop and see them when you. are uptown next time. JLR We have several new pieces in the Gems of Wood line we told you about once before. There are some beautiful mirrored back whatnots, and the prices are reasonable. JLR Parlor games are going to bo more popular than- they have been In years. We have anticipated the demand and have received our first shipment of target and travel games. JLR . Try our new Marvel cleaner, It cleans practically anything, and does it easily. A greaseless cream, it liquifies as you use it. Cleans tile, marble, linoleum, rugs, upholstered furniture, and leaves no rings Also cleans hands. Removes Ink. Water is not necessary. 97c for -a large can. J.LRichardsonHdwe. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all ,.he new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona Iowa. I Chrischilles* SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with rojl of tape, $JL40 at the Algona Upper Des Moinea. 34-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, brown, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 34-tf BUY YOUR aales books at the Algona Upper Des Moines. A sales slip with every purchase. IBc each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf US for Honeymead Feeds for Poultry, Hogs, and Cattle- Bradley Bros., south Hotel Algona. 46 STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 55. 31-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers BJusticcm'a Furniture FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 25c per film. Liuby & Glossl 24-tf AETNA FARM LOANS— Low rate*. No commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the borrower. It !« worth looking Into. Call or write Hutchison & Hough. 43-61* SEE HE FOR Real Bargains |i m, loam, drainage lurveyipg estimates on tlle.-Pb.il J. Kohl bow, pb,one 92. Algona. 16-U Wanted WANTHESD— Used washers of all We pay tfce blgb^st prices. Maytag Store. 49 ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Vet Moines. Regular size, 15c each, 2 fqr SBc. Large size 20c each, 9 for &c. 34-tf IF YOy N1JJBD a rubber for any purppjw. you can or<Jer them at The Algona Upper Des ' Begins Promptly WEDNESDAY NOV. IS AND LASTS WIN! DAYS Get one of the 3,000 Four-pageMJS now .-being mailed and 4l»t?i Attractive bargains on Coats, Passes and seasonable goods l&e kets, Sheets, Holiday items, 4 |pl ppportwwty to save. SEE OU> FASHIONED PHpJO OAIXERY QUR 3HQW WIDOWS

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