The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1942 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 1, 1942
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FORMER ED FREY FARM, CORWITH, SOLD TO WIDEN Oorwith: E. J. Widen has pur- chased'''the 320-acre farm west of CorwItH- that Herman Studer hfts lived oh for a number of years. The farm is the former Ed Frey farm but has been owned by an Insurance company for some years. The O. C. Saunders family, who moved to the farm this spring, coming from Esthervllle, will move to n farm near Dolliver and the Widen famMy Will take possession some time after the first of the year. REV. .BABKIJEY IMPROVING FOUXNVING OPERATION Dr. J. C. Buthman, district superintendent of the Algona district, had charge of the services at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Rev. A. J. Barkley, local pastor, is a patient at the Colonial hospital at Rochester where he sub- mitted to a major operation. Cards received this week from Mrs. Bafk- ley announces him getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer were Mason City visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer and the Wilbur Studer family were entertained at the Dick Studer home on Thursday at a Thanksgiving dinner. Charlie Johnson has purchased the house where the A. R. Gardners are living and plans to move from the farm to town after the first of the year. Ernest Applegate, Elmer Applegate and Mrs Sylva Nail and her children were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Victor Applegate home. • • , Mrs. Victor Applegate was called to Algona Tuesday, where her mother, Mrs. Elmer Potter, had submitted to an appendectomy at the Koa- suth hospital. Mrs Warren Mclntyre and Mrs. Leo Williams drove to Webster City Friday on business. They werr accompanied by A. J. Packard and Walter Seibert- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and CAR CHAINS 6:OO X 16 Set Emergency "Pull Out" Chains as low as Coast-to-Coast Send Useful, Wearable Girts .. ON TIME! By golly, we can't let our soldiers down on Christmas morning by being slow in selecting and mailing their gifts! Come in now and choose some practical and wearable gift—we'll see that it is mailed early eno\tgh to reach camp on tilne! VISIT OUR CANTEEN DEPT. Novelty gift* for the boys in the service and jiwt the things they like and can use. * The Hub Clothiers Lettfhold-Williams children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams drove to Waseca, Mlttrt., on Sunday and visited at the home of Mrs. Irene Klatt Wilbur Green, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green, received an injured hand when he caught it in a mechanical core picker while assisting with the corn at the Clarence Corlew farm. (Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen and children, Donna Marfe and Berr- nie, and Mrs. Lloyd Zwonitzer and children, Patty and Mike, drove to St. Paul Friday to visit relatives over the week end. Mrs. Wilbur Studer entertained the members of the lowana club nt her home Friday evening. Mrs. Glnn Cashmere gave a book review Mrs. Raymond Frey conducted a quiz program. Towels hemmed by the blind women at Vinton were distributed by Miss Lucille Millor to the members to be sold. Mrs. Robert Trees was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when she received a long distance telephone call from her husband, Pvt. Ralph Trees, who Is stationed at Camp Callen, Calif. Ralps says they are at a very fine camp with three large entertainment centers with enteraiirers from Hollywood putting on the programs for the boys. Pheasant hunters are reporting having seen a number of foxes in the Corwlth vicinity. A fox had been run over in the road near town; Clarence Oxley shot a silver fox; Glenn Oxley, a red fox, and hunters found a carcass of a fox while hunting at the Emil Sorenson farm. The D. Y. T. club met Friday of last week at the home of Mrs. Lee W.MIiams. Officers elected for the coming year are: Mrs. Verne Zeigler, president; Mrs. Clarence Smith vice president; Mrs. Harvey Enfield, secretary and treasurer; Mrs Chester Williams, assitant secretary and treasurer. The club sent a $15 Thanksgiving offer.'.ng to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs and a Christmas box of dressed poultry and other foods will be packed for the home on Dec. 5. To Hold Retreat The Rev. Patrick Durkin, of Milford, Iowa, will conduct a three- day retreat for the pupils of St. Joseph high school December 3, 4 and 5. SENECA FIRST AD) GROUP COMPLETES TEN HOUR COURSE Seneca: A ten hour course In- first aid was completed last Monday with Dr. Bahnc Bahhson, Burt, giving the course at the Seneca school. The following women were in the class: Mesdames Clarence Petersen, Albert Cody, Leo Work Ralph Campbell, Howard Richards, Jews Peterson, Martin Wllberg, Otto Wilberg, Roy Osborn, Henry Looft, Francis Foley, Dan Lynch, John Bchrens, James Nyman, Adolph Hattcn, Clem Dotson, Alfred Go-]-' fi'edson, James Doocy, A. L. Kli'.Rery, C. O. Bailey, Ole Oftedal, Mike Kennedy. Joe Kenedy, B. K, Bahn- v son of Burt, also Misses Olson, Donahue, Refiners and Bersohman, teachers in the local school. FOR SAIjEJ—36 Allstra White pullets. Excellent condition $1.25. —Earl Ackerman, Burt. • . 48* OR^AluS^Purebred Hampshire boars by the grand champion pf Kossuth county fair. A large group ,o choose from, tfew blood for old customers.—Joseph A. Skow, Wes- ey. 48-tf The Seneca Ladies' Aid held its annual mission box program last Thursday at the church with a good attendance. The mission box offcrng at that date was $110.40. There are still several offerings to be received. For the past several years this small aid of about '15 members has led all cither aids in the Iowa district in its mis'son box department, their Individual donations having 'averaged over $5. Sunday dinner guests at the Mil- Icn Jensen home were Thelma and W.'llard Appelt of Swea City, also the August Nelsons and George Jensens of Ringsted. Thelma Appelt recently enlisted as navy nurse and expects to be called at any time. LOCALS Your New Overcoat 7s Here Now Rich New Shades of Brown, Blue and Gray Fleeces TAILORED THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM Full lined with lustrous rayon. Models for tall men, short men, fat men and regular build. Believe it or not— you can still have them at $22.50 $29.50 $32.50 Hub Clothiers Leuthold-Williams Herb Adams went to DPS Moines Monday to enter the Veterans Hospital where he will undergo surgery. Mrs. Frank Winkel left last Tuesday for Des IMolnes where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Leo Esser, the former Marjorie Winkel. Milton Dalil and Art Peterson, the latter of Swea City spent Sunday evening and Monday *n Des Moines where they went to attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. TutUe spent Thanksgiving day at Perry, Iowa with Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell. They returned lo Algona Friday. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyers ol Holstein, Iowa, spent Sunday M: the home of the former's brother, Dr. S. W. Meyers and with Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Dau. Mrs. H. W. Miller is doing substitute teaching at the Bryant school, taking the place of Mrs Walter Edwards who has left to join her husband who is in the service. Dick Palmer and Mart Scheminel arrived Tuesday from Coe College in Cedar Rapids to stay untM Sunday with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel. John Haggard has been seriously ill the past week or ten days, and confined to his bed. However, the last of the week he showed considerable improvement and expected to be up the first of the week. Mrs. Ethel Woolridgo spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of her another, Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Mrs. Woolrldge has been attending the Hamilton Business College at Mason City since last June. Miss Anita Rose Kohlliaafl, now with the Metropolitan in Norfolk, Nebraska, was a visitor with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Sunday. She had attended a dstrict meeting at Fort Dodge Fr:-day and Saturday. Mrs. Max Ulrich returned Sunday from New Orleans, La., where she has spent the past two weeks with her husband who is in the navy. Mrs. Ulrica is employed at the Algona creamery and lives at the home of Mr, and Mrs, E. W. Lus by. Mrs. Easrm Johnson and daughter, Carolyn,, left Thursday for San Francisco, where they w'll join Mr Johnson who has a position with the Federal Reserve Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had an apartment al the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and he had a real estate offce here The delinquent tax sale'is printed on another page of the Uppei Des Moines this week. It might be a good Idea for you to scan the list to be sure that your name Is not on the role of delinquents The list is the llghest for many years. Thanksgiving dbinei* guests at the Rudolph Will home were Mr and Mrs. Ralph Herberts of Al !>ona, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine o Whittemore, Mr. and Miis. Tom Shcaller and son, Mr. and Mrs. W A. Leininger and family, John Lein inger, and Mrs. Frank Meine, all o: Lotts Creek. Mr, and Mrs. D. H. Goeders o: Clear Lake and granddaughter, Lin da Falkenhainer of Des Moines wen Thanksgiving day visitors in Algo na with relatives and friends. Mrs Goeders recently returned from Rochester where she had been fo a check-up at the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck re turned Sunday from Lancaster Wisconsin, where they had beei visiting the latter's brother, H. W Upton since Friday. They were ac companied by Mrs. Schenck's fathei E. L. Upton of Union, who remain ed in Lancaster for a longer vlsi with his son. Mrs. Roy Ingham returned to Al gona Thursday after taking he husband to Des Moines, where h enlisted in the navy. She was ac companied 'by her mother, Mrs. C L. Sears. They left Monday fo Oskaloosa where Mrs. Ingham wil make her home with her mothe for the duration. Mrs. Charles Roupe has gone to Minneapolis where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Ecklund. She plans to go to Cedar Rapids later to visit her son, Arnold Roupe until after the holidays and from there she may go to the west coast for a visit. She has closed her home on Dodge street. Mr. and Airs. Harold IwdUte are the parents of their first child, a son, born Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds ard six ounces and has been named Noel Allen. This is the first grandchild tot Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson and also for Art Luedtke who LWes at Lotts Creek. Burns Nug«lMf *«» «* Dr- W{4 Mrs. I* C. Nwgent, who recently moved from here to Burbank, Cali- Mtnlmtitri charge 28c f6r 19 words or less. When paid tolth order, 2c per wofd charged, So per. word. ente* commit alidad, tt advertkinj ftrfenfa, tihttge their. cUente to and sentt cash with order they receive ic pet word dommlsiilon. For Sale Jeator;, Very • clean.—^Bell Motor, iwea City. 4T-48* BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS 6r Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel atisfactlon.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. " 38-tf FOR SALEr-Whtte 'Rock and Red Rock pullets.—W. H. Vogel, Burt. 48 iFOR SALE3—Purebred Hereford boars. Vaccinated.—F"rank Bormann, Bode. Phone 2606. 48-49-50-" FOR SALE-JBIack Poland China boars.-X3regory & Hoppe, 3 miles north, 1 west of LuVerne. 48-40* —Potekjetbook contai'rHng money and receipt for car. Reward. Return to Upper Des Moines. 48* FOR SALE—Alaskan lamb fur coat, like dew, size 36, $14. See it at Cummlngs "Store. 48* FOR SALE—.Five good milk cows. Fresh now.—A. L. Baker, Lone Rock. . 48* iFOR RENT—Three rooms with bath furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator and stove. Close to >usi<ness district. Available at once. —Gaylord D. Shumway. 48 'FOR SALE—Minneapolis corn sheller B-2. Cheap.—Maftin Griese, Burt, la. Phone 124. 48* "iFOR SALE—120 White Rock pul- ets.—Mrs. G. E. Hayne, Algona, 5F13. ' 43 FOR SAljE—Purebred Poland China boars. Cholera immune.— E. O. Mann, Burt 48* FOR SALE — Snow suit, size 6. Almost new.—Mrs. Ray Gold, 119 S. Jones. 48* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars. A few left. Price reasonable. *,4 mile east and 2V.! miles south of Burt.—Walter E. Campney. 48* (FOR SALE—jGood team work mules. Good young team horses. 160 bales clover hay. Several good used washers. Good used three burner kerosene stove. 2 good bat' tery radios. Used electric radio We repair all make washers.— Algona Maytag Store. 48 USED MACHNERY. 4 tractors, 1 combine, spreaders plows, 4-wheel trailer. BRADLEY BROS. S. Hotel Algona Phone 711 SEE US for new radios, cream separators, coal and wood rairges. Algona Maytag Store. 48 FOR SALE—A few choice registered Milking Shorthorn males. 2 :o 6 months old. Sire-dam record 548 B. F.—Aaron W .Steussy, Lu- Verne. 47-4S* FOR SAiLE—Duroc Jersey boars. —C. E. Sigsbee, Burt, Iowa. 47-48* WILL PAY the highest prices for late model used cars.—Kossuth Motor Co. 47-48 FOR SALE—1940 V-8 Four passenger coupe. Very low mileage. fornia, is a new member of the de- aate council at Harvard University. He was one of twelve to be named to the council and he will now be eligible to part in the intercollegiate debates held throughout the year. Mrs. Sadie Schenclf and two daughters, Maude, who teaches in Minneapolis, and Mildred, who is in 4-H club extension work there spent Thanksgiving at the home of their son and brother, Alfred Schenck. Other members of the family who were present for the day were _Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sch'enck~and family of Crystal Lake and the Lloyd Schencks of Buvt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe returned Friday from California where they had visited the latter's brother, Lowell Bentley, who la a seaman first class in the navy with the merchant marine. They were accompanied to .California by Lela Peterson, who remained in Los Angeles. After leaving California the McEnroes went to Salem, Oregon, where they visited Lt. and Mrs, Wm. Higgins at Camp Adair. Mrs, Higgins ia a niece of Mr. McEnroe. Lt. Higgins formerly edited and published the Whifjtemore Champion. QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Fre«BopkTellsofHomeTreatmentthat Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Over two million bottles of the WILLARD TREATMENT have boon Bold for relief of Bymptomaof distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcm due to Eictu Acid- Poor Plintlon, Sour or Opwt Stomach, aaulncu, Heartburn, SlMpltuneM, tie., due to Exc«s Acid. Sold on 16 days' trial I AsU for "Wlll«rd'« Mtuai*" which fully oxulilM this treatment— fr*« —at LUSBY & GIOSSI, DRUGGISTS 40-B. O. W RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFF MANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota, will demonstrate, without charge his "Rupture Shields" in Algona Iowa, Hotel Algona, Friday, Deo. 1 From 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appoint ment. I have been-supplying my shields to rupture sufferers In th'a terri tory for ten years and longer. have fitted thousands of cases in the United. States during this time There are many of my satisfied cus tamers right here In your com inanity. OAlfflJJQN: If neglected, ruptur may cause weakness, backache nervousness, stomach and gas pains People having large ruptures, which have, returned after surgical opera Uong or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you wont i done right, don'$ experiment, se Poffmann." If unable to see mi at tbU time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPUANCE CO. 818 Mfponie Temple WlfiLlii PAY the highest prices for. ate model used cars.—Kossuth Moor Co. 47-48 GET YOtJR typewriter ribbons t the Algona Upper Des Molnes. 40-tf Lost-Found For Rent IFOR RENT—House, 8 rooms and bath, or 2 apartments, newly decorated. Storm windows, good coal 'urnace, hot water heater, ready for gad or electric stove. Garage. Inquire at 222 N. Moore,, Algona, or phone 704-W. 4? FOR RENT—5 room modern louse on W. Neb. street. Coal heat. Available at once.—(Dennis Pratt. 48 Wanted HAVE SOME HORSES I want to put in stalk field. Phone 445, Algona.—-Hugh Colwell. 48* WANmED—To buy, second hand phonograph for Union school district No. 2—Lewis Scott, director. 48* Miscellaneous WILL PAY the highest prices for late model used cars.—Kossuth Motor Co. 47-48 WE HAVE JUST received some good looking stationery for service men in the army and navy. 50 sheets and envelopes for $1.10 box. Each sheet carries army or navy emblem. See .'•! at the Algona Upper Des Moines. ..40-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—al :he new releases. Needles—alburns —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona [owa. 9-tf SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with rojl of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. • 34-tf 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 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 RttSTMeSffiD AW OMOj BILE iNStmANCB. ALL- FORMS AT LOWK8* KAWJS-^Al/SOfcA PHONB6B, dl-tf Exchange Dept, Basement Good U>ed F.urnltUW DlhtWfr room—Living room suite* Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers BJuitroiii'8 Furniture ' : ..-V. : .*••,.,•;.. ..' . «-tf FILMS DEVELOPED and printed <a«id 'satlsfaetdi'y work guaranteed. Price 256 per film. Ludbjr St Glossl ••'•'••' ' ' SEE ME FOR -Real Bargains Ir, AEJTNA . * rv .^., rates, No' cbttimlsstdttj a or title examination costs borr6wef. It M Wo^Bf.loofti Call OP write Hutchison and is'tlmnUi tfmmr J* phofle «. Alf dha. v ADDING MACHINE Rolls tot sale at tnd Algeria Upfter • tm Moines. Regular siafe, l6p feftctf, t for 25c. Large' slits 206 each> .•#. 1F* M YOU NEED a rubber, atamp. for any purpose, you dirt orderiHejlh- at The Aigona Upper Des U«M**, 50o and upv . J8*"tf - NOTfCE - Beginning today we will have'only one delivery dally. Del«w-• ery truck leaves store at 9;30 a. m. untjll further notice.; ,, ••• ' -'I C. S. Johnson HARDWARE and .OBOGEMES SALE OF JUNIOR DORIS DODSON DRESSES Week Only We are placingx, our entire' early Fall and Winter Doris. Dodson line of dresses on sale these two days. There are some cute, adorable styles in this big lot—about 75 dresses —wools and silks — all sizes from 9 to 17. The price for' these two days is only ,72 $6,72 Buy two or three of these lovely dresses. Chrischilles Store BIG SALE of Coats ANNE X Four Big Days- Wed.- Thurs.- Fri.- Sat. December 2 • 3 - 4 - 5 Every year, at this same time, our little AJSTNEX lets loose with some sensational values which folks look forward to. This year, with the great scarcity of merchandise, these savings are more important than ever. WE HAVEN'T RAISED A SINGING PRICE. We still offer you those famous price-groups the LOWEST IN ALGONA. COATS We have about 25 fine coats, mostly tweeds for this grand sale— all sizes from 12 to 40—in attractive greys and mixed browns, both swagger and fitteid—a few pile-fabrics, but they all go into this sale at the sensationally low price of only , 8.95 DRESSES About 50 choice silk (rayon) dresses many from;the Map-, store in all sizes from juniors to womeji's, in much better materials than you cpujid biiy today f <)r $20.00, These 4& r eall y EX- TRA-QR^nf^J!? bargains; in other y^i's, customers have bought two or tnree. They are really beautiful. Come in early, $.00 Extra Special These are mostly small sizes (12 and 14) but there ore a few lft?geif sizes. They are AI&mOTEB P&KMD DBKSSS^eoiae twice £t three times ag much, Excellent materials, goodj istyitog, typical '•£$*'• NEX vajues--the best in town, Plenty of blacks—if ypu neelct a gf*i«t all- 'round worlf-or-play dress—this js cheaper $999 9 - """""^ than you can buy a house dyflBfl JQ^Btoek up - m L for 1 .IfiP'wIWP^" ' Any Hat in Annex fPw»p*w^p^ w^ww ^fw ^PwWBww ^MMpWHt^MB

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