The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1942 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1942
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flWNGTONIS HOST TO PLUM CREEK WOMEN • Mrs. Sadie Hopkins and Marii Scuffham were joint hostesses to thi 'Plum Creek Woman's club last Wed nesday rtt the Ferguson- home In Algona. A large crowd attended Mrs. Evelyn Jenkins, club president. ,w,as In charge. The program 'consisted of the various members taking,, some hobby. The ladies ;also made a wool comforter, which ;is to bo sent to the navy boys anc (have also started a comforter made of cotton pieces. The name of this ' organization • which was formerly ; known as the Plum Creek Literary ^society, has been changed and will •thenceforth be known as the Plum Creek Woman's club. Mrs. Jenkins, i club president, has composed a club , song appropriate for this group and ! this song was sung at the meeting. The hostesses for the next regular ; meeting will . be Mesdamcs Els'e Jenkins and Lily Black. J- Vernon Robnson came from the .-Great Laltes Naval station Sunday to spend a week's furlough with his •parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison. Adelle Lemkee started working .last week at the Barkers drug store jn Algona Until recently Adelle Jias been_taking post graduate work at the Algona high school. Mrs. J. W. Patterson was hostess last Thursday to the cooperators of Cresco and Riverdale townships of the ladies Farm Bureau. Miss Alwia Schultz presented the lesson material. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Raney and daughter, Judy of Livermore were Sunday callers at the Ray Pitch home while the Edward Mawdslcys entertained Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch of Fenton. The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H girls' club has started their fall rtieet ings; this organization meeting wa 'held with Mrs. >Lyle Steele on Oc 24. On Nov. 7th the girls me with Mrs. J. W. Patterson to out Irorte and plan their programs fo the year. Miss Donnabelle Insko local rural teacher, has been secure as club leader. About 40 ladies attended the mis cellaneous shower last Friday eve ning at the local Presbyter'a church honoring the Misses Hele Lemkee and Phyllis Maxwell. Mrs Inez Roney had charge of a mos interesting program which consistc of guessng games. Later lunch wa served at candle-lighted tables am the gifts were unwrapped. Recent pheasant hunters at thi J. W. Pattersons were Prof. Vis cum and to sons from Iowa Stab college, also .John Yager and h'-s son and daughter-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Richard Yager of Ottumwa «st Friday Harlcy Walker, nephew of Mrs. Patterson, who is locator) at 3anana Beach, Fla., with the armed forces, called on the Pattersons Among Irvington's younger sel lome for the Thanksgiving holiday arc Calvin Wadleigh from Ames Cenneth Asa from the Gates Busi- less college at Waterloo, and Louise Wadleigh from Cedar Falls who will be at home for a two weeks' vacation 1 . The Wadle.'gha have rented the Gail Towne home in Algona for the winter months and plan on moving in this week. Mrs. Irvin Behrends returned on Saturday from St. Louis, Mo., where she had been for several weeks with her husband, who has been stationed there. However, Mr. Behrends has been transferred to Washington state, thus for the time being Mrs. Behrends will remain here vv:th her mother, Mrs. Edna Harr. Mrs. Behrends will be better remembered as the former Anna Mae a short stay. Surfday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Godfredson were . the Leslie amps of F*0rt Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. E. R, LarsoH of Dayton spent Sunday With their niece, Mrs. Donald Roblson. Othtr guests of the Robisons were Mf. and Mrs. Harry Sabln and family. Eight ladies, namely Miss Nellie Burlingame, Mrs. Haiti* BurUrig-, Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, ^trs, Thad Wickwire, Mrs. Lyle RaThey^ Mrs. Mario Soimers, Mrsj W,; .ij}. Courtney and Mrs. Bernie Burling* ame entertained at a miscellaneous shower on Saturday afternoon at the Legion hall In Algona honor- ng Mrs. Bernice Schrader whose marriage was recently announced. Mrs. Schrader Is the former Bern.'.cc Burlingame, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Burlingame. Weather WA*™™ During Past Week 'According to Weatherman ry Nolle the Weather during th«S past. week was 6.2 points above normal with the average temperature being 3d.8 and normal at 33.6. Last Friday there was a trace of tWh with .06 of an inch. The record: November i7 „ 6 November 18 ...!.63 November 19 ..50 November 2o „ "50 November 21. , ^^35 November 22 34 November 23 ,,si HlgH Low 42 28 33 33 24 19, 23 Harr. iMiss Josephine and Sally EJscn- barth were visiting with their sister in Minnesota last week whMe Mrs. James Mcgoneagal went lo her old home in South Dakota for Chas. Paxson, Oregon Soldier, Visits G. F. Peek in Portland Writing his parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Dnna Paxson, Chas. Paxson, now with the 655th signal corps and stationed at Portland, Oregon, tells of visiting at the offices of the Commonwealth, Inc., and of which r. F. Peek, former AJgonan, is resident. Mr. Peek will be re- nembered by the older Algerians as laving at one time been associated ere with (Melzaur Haggard in the firm of Haggard & Peek, abstractors and served Algona as postmaster. Mart Weaver, Algona, visited Portland two years ago and while there was a guest of Mr. Peek and the former reports the Commonwealth as betog one of the larger UNION NEWS Classified ids CLASSIFIED HATES Minimum charge 28c for is ivords or less. When paid with order, 2c per 'Word! When charged, So per wont. Np ag- —_' commitoteh allow*! ft aitveirtfoiiig agefltg Charge , their cflcnto So and nend «ttsli with order they rfecelve Ic pet word commission. For Sale (FOR SALE-^Duroc Jersey boars. —O. E. Slgsbee, Burt, Iowa. 47-48* abstract concerns the country. in that part of Guests Sunday at the Louis Bodes were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and infant son "Terry." Robert and Richard Ryno all of Fort Dodge. Mrs. >Lindslcy and son w'll remain until after Thanksgiving. totteaffixxctix^^ 'Mr. and Mrs. Htomer Boevers of West Bend were pheasant hunters at the George Boevers home. Ruth Heerdt returned Saturday from a visit of two weeks with relatives at Manchester and Clinton, Iowa. Pupils enjoyed a week's vacation at school District No. 5 last week. Mrs. Jensen (former Carol Jackman) .resumed teaching Monday. Her husband also left with the arni- ed forces on that day. •Last Friday evening a group of Union friends went to the Ralph Harberts home in Algona, where they surprised Mrs. Harberts, it being her birhtday anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt and family IMr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and fam ily. Cards were played and luncl was served which was brought by the guests. •WILL PAY the highest prices, for ate model used cars.—Kossuth M6- tor Co. . 47-48 a day, $11 a weeki—Dermahd's cafe. . ;,; : 47 USB; OSAMiBLErs LAYBY plan. Small .doj**i:' payment holds any Item Irt tHe: store until December 21.rM3ahibte Store. 47 FOR SALE—1640 V-8 Four passenger coupe. Very low mileage^ Heater. Very clean.—Bell Motor, Swea City. 47-48* ~ ~^ ' '. •' l i.|. l 'Y'W l >' ' FOR SALE—Hampshire boars. 1 year old buck.—C. E. Detrick, phone 6F4. 47* AT ONCE—Mechanic of. rhan to learn mechanics' trade, Good opportunity. Inquire this of- FOR SALE—20 head purebred mixed, also 5 head grade heifers and steers, average wt. BOO Ibs. —Lawrence Dittmer, Bancroft. 47* FOR SALE—Small John Deere cylinder sheller. No. 4-A. Good condition.—Harvey Larson,, • Burt, Iowa. 47-18* fjc'e. . 47* 1 WANTED—Good used electric phonograph. —Gamble Store. ,47 Miscellaneous INS, AGfoWCY. PHONE 55. AtiU W^At*"WstiifaiiJsrt*flwtsii^*»drti*Mfc&2fil.t4MW^wJ^^^^ Dept. «d6« tfced S jBM^Llvlftg torn sultea leta, Bultett,. Radios and washer* .• > BJuslrom'fl Furniture ' FILMS DEVELOPED and printed arid satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 2Gb pet film, Lu»by & Olo»«l : ....... 24-tf gP MB FOR fteal Bargains Ir mms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phfl J. Kohl .__ FARM fates. l*o commission, appraWaf,. or title examination ee«ta to m borrower. ft M wofth looking InW. Call or write Hutchison & Hou ADDING MACHINE Rolls ' for sale at the Algona Upper DCS Koines. Regular size, ,16c each, 2 f&r 25c. Large slzd 20c each, !z for 880. ( 84-fcf IF YOy.,NBl!JD a rubber for any purpose, you can order them' at The Algftha Upfcer. Des Mol««, 500 and up. • H^.Osf PAY the highest prices for late model used cars.—-Kossuth Motor Co. , 47-48 DERMAND'S CAFE will be closed Thanksgiving day until 5 o'clock. 47 Here's Thanksgiving A Plenty! Study these price lists . . . and l»o thankful tliat you can still save money! Look at the variety of these foods,. . and /r've. thanks that America STILL HAS FOOD FOR EVERYONE! "What's an occasional shortage, when A. & P. has the wherewithal t» heap a Thanksgiving table high? Come in tod^vy . . . pick all the trimmings for your feast at Ai & P.'s money-saving; price*! Make it a Thanksgiving your family will long remember! Come in and set your free complete Butter-Baked Turkey Recipe, today. ;IT'S' BETTER WITH B,UTTER' Iowa State Brand Ib. BUTTER carton Vitamin A *FKESH doz. ECK5S ,ctn. Vitamins A, B and G Pasteurized i q t. |n FRESH MILK hots. IUC Vitamin G Standard or Pimento Cheese Fo °ds 614 oz. PABST-ETT . |)k g. Vitamins A and G Your Cood savings go farther at A. & PJ! Buy Starred (*) Items With Blue Food Stamps fllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW Knox County No. 2% 11 | can ***- § None Such 9 oz. \A~ | pkg. W- 1 Sultana m FRUIT COCKTAIL ; Dromedary CRANBERRY SAUCE PUMPKIN MINCE MEAT - 21/2 47c 1 cans rtl c i 40c Encore Egg NOODLES Tasker SIINCE 2 1 Ib. «n_ pkgs. £, i G 2-lb. MEAT Cubanita Crushed No. 3 PINEAPPLE ..... Buy War Bonds and Stamps! Campbell's Tomato Soup Rustic Tomato 1 pt. 8oz. JUICE N. B. C. Rltz CRACKERS 3 10<4 oz.*»A- caiis&MV lOc SUGAR Powdered _ | b . Oo Bro^vn sugar ......._ __jbL no Granulated 3 », s . 30c N( >- 9 Now Valid! Sultana Peaiiut BL'ri'ER... Sunny field CORN STARCH THANKSGIVING PRODUCE Hours Fresher at A. & P. We've scouted the finest farmlands ... to bring you a . wide, and handsome assortment of Holiday Choice Fruit* and Vegetables at lowest possible prices. Come see them today at your A. & P. "Victory Garden." Plan to get many of them into your Thanksgiving menu for Health's sake. Eatmor Vitamins Off CRANBERRIES LB. 20c CELERY vitaminsct " STALK 23c HEAD LETTUCE s ^ e 2 HEADS 25c — Vitamins Af B-lf Cff~Grt Texas Seedless Vitamins B-lt Ctt GRAPEFRUIT 8 ™ Washington Extra iFancy DELICIOUS APPLES Enriched Flour 24 y, Ib. *GOLD MEDAL = * = * Plain or Iodized n MORTON SALT £ In the Shell BRAZIL NUTS Sunripe Jumbo RIPE OLIVES Breakfast Food ! GEORGIE PORGIE Old Dutch CLEANSER 26 oz. pkgs. 15c „> 35c 23c Pt 10FOR27c Vitamin Off 3LBS.29c • Candied Clhi-rry or CITEON PEELS 8 °*' 9K«» For pkg. £OC Bakins Dried .Mixed 8 oz. FRUIT Jane Parker Deluxe Fruit Cake Laden with a big variety at lush cpjidiied Fruits and tender Nut Meats. 1 lh. cake 39o; 5 Ib. cake 2 size 73C Poultry Stuffing Bread Made specially for meat and poulto* Fixin'ti . . . It's Baked Longer . . . "Crumbs" easily . With spices. Full-lW-lbi . Blends i « IIC A, <t P. Enriched Bread Marvel A big-, thoro-baked loaf made of costlier ingredients, yet at an economical low price*. Guaranteed Fresh Daily. Full 1^ Ib. Sunnyfield Enriched Guaranteed TLOUR Baking Powder CALUMET Yukon Club Assorted BEVERAGES 10 Ib. -bag Ib. bag llb. can 15c bots Plus Bottle Deposit Something E3se to be Thankful ANN PAGE FINE FOODS You get Top Quality, Wholesome Goodness, and Pine Flavor at Worth-whUu Savings when you buy "Ami PAGE". They're guarded from source &> sale by A. & H n-between cost* are eliminated —Thanks to A. & P.! Ann Page Tart Sweet SALAD DRESSING Evaporated Milk WHITE HOUSE bot2lC Ann Page French pt DRESSING . Ann Page mild mix pt SAL. DRESSING jar 2lc Pt. jar 20e --3 tall cam 24c Ann Page Vanilla 1 oz 11» & Other Extracts, botlQC Finest Wheat Farina Cereal g$ ojp. i m WHEAT pkg.|4C Bight to Tjmit QuanUtfea Reserved Friday, November 27—Public Auction, John Long, Jr., 6 miles north and l ,i east of Algona. Sale starts 12:30. Friday, November 27— Sale, Gus Norte, 7 miles east and % north of West Bend, 3V4 miles straight south Cresco church. Sale begins at 12:30. Thursday, December 3—Closing Out Sale, Mrs. Edna Harr, Algona. •Thursday, December 10—Complete Closing: Out Sale, Michael Gengler and Son, one mile north and nine miles west of Algona on No. 18. Sale starts at 12:30. John Byson, closing out sale, complete line machinery. Before the holidays. FOR SALE—1929 Model A roadster—cheap. Size 38 mian's overcoat, like new, reasonable. Size 16 lady's black coat, fur collar. Phone 10F21.—'Mike Elbert. 47* FOR SALE—8x20 frame building. Rubberold roof, lined Inside with plaster board. Covered outside with brick sheeting. Bu'.lding located 4 miles west and two north Bancroft. —R. S. Blossom, Algona, Iowa. 47 FOR SALE—Used washers, cream separators. Two used battery radios. 1 Cool and wood used circulating heater. 2 Electric U h. p. motors.—Algona Maytag^Co. 47 WE HAVE JUST received some good looking stationery for service men in the army and navy, so sheets and envelopes for $1.10 a box. Each sheet carries army or navy emblem. See M at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. ..40-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums —Kossuth Radio A Electric, Algona Iowa. i»-t SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with roll of. tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. ' 34-tf FOR SALE—Two Allis 'Chalmers combines. 36' steel elevator. Box : or pickup. Used tractors, plows, engines, cream separtors, trailers. Used pickup attachment for A. C. combine. Bradley Bros. Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona We handle Honeymead Feeds 47 BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. A sales slip with every purchase. I5c each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf WILL PAY the highest prices for late model used cars.—Kosauth Mo tor Co. 47-4 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 STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA B After being "frozen" for 1 , some time vacuum sweepers are now on sale and 'We have, a good assorbnerit from which to make your selection. An electric vacuum^' cleaner will' make a Christmas gift. fine G. E. Tank Type Vacuums _ _____ $61.95 Packard Electric Sweepers ___ .$59.50 •*" •Other Sweepers. ..,____ $4.00 to $7.50 ' .t • General Electric Roasters _ ^ _ _ ^ _ $24.95 NOTICE: On account of gas rationing oiir delivery service will bo once a week — on Friday. Kohlhaas Hardware Hospital News Kossuth Hospital November 17— Mrs. Robert Hulverson Fenton, medical. November 19— Mrs. Lucy Wagner, Bode, medical. November 20 — Dennis E. Long, Rock, surgical; Mrs. William De- Kruif, Algona, boy; Mrs. Phillip Goetz, Bancroft, girl. November 21— Donald Frieders, Algona, surgical. November 22— Dr. Adams, Wesley, medical; Eugene Heiderscheidt, LuVerne, med.'cal. General Hospital November 18 — Mrs. Herman Hirrtz, Fenton, surgical. November 19 — Mrs. Darrol Bruns, Algona, girl. November 20-James Mott, Mason City, surgical; Gwendolyn Craven, Tttonka, surgical. BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS o Warm Morning Coal. Know fue satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co Phone 234. 38-t FOR SALE—Purebred Poland China boars', serviceable age. New blood for old customers.—Aaron Steussy, LuVerne, Iowa. 44-47 FOR SALE—Spotted Poland boars. Immune and eligible for registry Wide back, easy feeding type. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton LuVerne. 40-17* GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 40-tf FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford boars. Vaccinated.— Frank Bormann, Bode. 44-47* Lost-Found W-BEND BOYS IN SERVICE HOME ON FURLOUGH West Bend: Pvt. John Schmalen arrived home from Ft. Bragg, N. C., to spend a 13-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schmalen,, Jr. Their daughter, Miss Mildred of Algona, is also spending a vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Crahan of Jonesborough, Arkansas were vis- Mora at the Lon Brown home ovsr th week end. Mrs. Crahan will be remembered as Mildred Brown of West Bend. Mr. Crahan is a cadet in the air corps and Is on furlough. (Mr. and Mrs. Leo Orahan, Anna and Mary Joe of Charles City were Sunday dinner guests at the Lon Brown home. Mr. and Mrs, William B.' Crahan returned to Charles City with Mr. and Mrs. Leo TVnhan to spend the remainder <jf h'a 'furlough. Want Ads Pay WelF~ STRAYED—Hampshire boar, w 400 Ibs. If found, notify Ralph Reding, Ottosen. Phone 2607, Bode. 47' For Kent FOR RENT—5-room modern house on W. Neb. street. Coal heat. Available Dec. 1.—Denn.'a Pratt. /47* Wanted WANTED—Experienced or inexperienced waitress. Eight hours SPECIAL Stocker and Feeder CATTLE AUCTION FRD3AY, DEO.'4, 1943 one o'clock ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA 1800 to 2000 head of all kinds o: cattle, consisting of yearling and two year old steers, yearling heifers, steer and heifer calves, feeding and breeding cows. These arc all good quality, native sandhill and Wyoming cattle and will come to the salo fresh from the range. Most of the cattle In the range territories have been sold, and this is a real opportunity to purchase your requirements. We will have a big selection and you i certainly get the kind of cattle you are looking for. ALLIANCE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. Licensed—OBonded—Insured Regular livestock auctions of cattle, hogs and sheep every Wednesday MUMS or Thanksgiving FlpXeils require no spokesman to interpret the love and appreciation thlat goes with them as a gift. Send x a bouquet to your motlier, your sweetheart or a friend There is nothing they will enjoy more. 'Flowers Build Morale Algona Greenhouses Phone 305 FOR SALE—Chickens dressed, Sl.OO. Ducks 18c pound. 25c ex- ;ru dressed and drawn.—R. C. Lage, ihone 14F51:. 47* FOR SALE—Black pure bred p oland China boars.—John Bockes, LuVerne. 47-51» .FOR SALE—3 good big serviceable horses and harness. Also some farm machinery.—C. A. Fouhy, CO rods No. Milwaukee depot. 47* Our Greatest 7 2 FOR SALE—Team of two and three year olds.—R. H. Putz, Burt. 47' FOR SALE—A few choice registered Milking Shorthorn males. 2 to 6 months old. Sire-dam record 548 B. P.—Aaron W .Steussy, Lu- Verne. 47-48* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, as. No. 4955 '.n District Court, November Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Bertha Schwietert, 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 Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the clerk of safd Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all 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, November 16, 1942. KATHARINE: MCEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, attorney. 49-47-48 CHRISCHILLES STORE Positively Ends Sat., Nov. 28th s< ^< u ^'^f^ ! ^/^ /• A /^ ft n O r f /* "<i * >v >' ' '—-:,». v* n J ^ ^ *2 rt ^ This is truly our greatest Anniversary sale. Public response to it has been beyond our wildest expectations. Confidence in the integrity of this 72-year old store his been most gratifying. There is still time to take advantage of the wonderful values offered. Buy your needs now, while stocks are complete and selections adequate. Choice piece goods, winter domestics, blankets, underwear as wel) a* warm, reliable winter coats and dresses —ALL are specially priced at lowest prices for some time to come. Don't wiafl this important sale, There i9 still time and $« ie still available, Plan to attend this last week. * ^, Plenty of time to ^^^9P ^^^^^ ^SF S^ff '^ff^F ^I^F iP|B '^^^^ ^I^F^BP ^^» '^w^^p^^^^M id before

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