The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1942
Page 12
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TheAtebha Five Farm Advertised Today in Upper De* Moine* Five farm silfes' are .advertised In today's Algoira. tlppqr ' Dea AColnes, two arc on December two 6h December 15 arid one on Deceihber 17., H. W. JoluiSoh, Thittsilay, Decbht- liear 10) closing out sale at the farm located 3 miles feast and 4% miles north of LuVerne. Offering includes 37 head of l.'Vestofck and machinery. The Johnsons are planning to move to Oregon; • '.'•,'• MWiael Gensler & Son, Thursday December' 10, complete closing out •sale at farm located 1 mile north and 9* miles west of Algona. Property to be sbld includes 36 head of livestock, 300 chickens and machinery. Russell Shlpler, Tuesday, Deoemr ber IB, closing out sale at farm located 4 miles east and 1% miles south of Burt. This Is. one of the •largest farm sales advertised re- «ently and includes 157 head of good livestock and a very good and complete line of machinery. Mr. Shlp- ler plans to gp <l,p: California. Alex Miller, Tuesday, December 15 public sale nt farm 3 miles north 1 mile west and % north of L.U- Verne. Advertised are 34 head of livestock and machinery. Mr. Miller Is moving to a smaller farm. John P. Bysoli, Thursday, December 17, farm Auction and complete Belling out at' farm on Highway 18 across fronvAlgorta- Catholic Cemetery. Mr. Byson has sold his farm, -wh.'ch, with its'beautiful evergreens, is one'of the most attractive farms around, and 'Will..dispose of all his machinery and farm equipment. He plans to move td Algona a.s soon a-! he finds a' house.. . AROUND IOWA Insurance Head William E. Treiner of Hartley, .former O'Brien county state representative has been elecjted 1943 •president of the Iowa Association of Mutual Insurance associatfons. He succeeds D. D. Paxson of Algona. Retired Retiring recently . as rural •carrier at Oskaloosa, George E. Sherman has delivered mail to rural patrons using a horse and cart, a motorcycle and about 2o automobiles in the 34 years of his postal service. Gift Deluxe What nicer Clir.'<stmas present can- there be than for a reader to give a year's subscription to the home town newspaper to some friend or xelative even, though they live right at home or in the same county. See your newspaper publisher today. Big Business A turkey raiser in Hardin county just before the Thanksgiving holiday sold his flock of around 1800 birds for $10,360 . The toms averaged 19 pounds and the hens around 14 pounds. ROLAND F. BODE ENLISTS IN NAVY, NOW IN HJAHO •According to word received from the naval training station at Farragut, Idaho, Roland F. Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Bode, route 2, Algona, has enlisted in the navy and is receiv.'ng his basic! training at the above station. He entered the service November 27th. I SEVEN GENERALS ON DESERT MANEUVERS—Washington, D. C.: Rarely do we see a bevy of generals such as this under one roof, even if it is a canvas roof. It was made during desert maneuvers in the Southwest when Lfeut. General Jacob L. Devers, chief of the armored forces made a lightning tour of the "battle area." Left to right around the chow table above are Brig. General Charles Helmick, Maj. Gen. Ernest J. Dawley, Maj. Gen. R. C. Richardson, Jr.,' Gen. Devers, Maj. Gen. Alvan C. Gillom, Jr., Brazilian General Leitao Carvahlo and Major Gen. J. Garesche Ord. NEW GUINEA GETS FRESH U. S. TROOPS— New Guinea: Soundphoto—Fresh American troops descend a gangplank here to. reinforce the Aussie-American troops'.' These fighting troops of Uncle Sam are on their way to meet the invading Jap forces and push them back where they belong. WITH THE BOYS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM THREE MORE OF UNION'S BOYS JOIN COUNTRY'S COI.ORS Union: Three more Union boys joined the armed forces the past week, two drafted and one enlisted. Stuart Thompson, only sort of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Union, left by bus late Friday night, Dec. 4th, as an inducteee. He is married. His wife is the former Patricia Saunders of Bancroft. Harold Campney, son of Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Campney, who for some time, was employed in a defense plant on the west coast, wns one of the contingent leaving here at midnight Fr.'day night. He is married, his wife being the former Opal Sabin. She will remain with her parents. William Kohl, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, employed until last week iir a Des Moines store, enlisted last week in the navy a:* corps. He left Sunday for Des Moines to see if his enlistment had been successful as the president's announcemnt came unexpectedly Saturday. He..had his release from the local draft board and hoped he would be accepted at Des Moines. Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Walter Heerdt and Mrs. Mame Winkel are three diligent workers. They have completed one quilt for the Red Cross and are working on another. They met Monday with Mrs. Winkel, also on Monday a group met w;th Mrs. Frank Hoflus. —V— ACTIVITIES OF WEST BEND SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN West Bend: "Bud" McDowell, aon of the Rev. and Mrs. George McDowell, has enlisted in the navnl reserve first class seaman as machinist mate. He plans to leave on Dec. 28. McDowell has been working as inspector on the construction of the airport at Pierre, S. D. Pvt. Bob Munson returned to Camp Shelby, Miss., the first of the week. He has been spending his Give Her An Arinis Fur Coat For Christmas ffl There's no gift more acceptable for Christmas than an ANNIS fur coat—the finest money can buy and backed by the reputation of this 72-year-old store. When you buy a fur coat, you want the protection of the integrity of the store that sells it, plus the reliability of tbc manufacturer who makes it. You get both h.ere. We stock fur coats. We stock a popular priced Une of "STAY- STRONG" GUARANTEED FUR-COATS at $65.00 to $95.00. Annis coats selfl for $115.00 to $189.00. See them here. A«d buy HER a fur coat for Christmas. CHRISCHILLES STORE INSTRUCTOR OF SABO- 'HEURS— Chicago, 111.: Lieutenant Walter Kappe, of the German army, shown wfth his wife, Hilda, when they lived In Chicago. Kappe attempted to organize a Nazi party irr Chicago in 1932. It was Kappe, according to testimony of Ernest Peter Burger in the current spy trial, who Instructed the Nazf- saboteurs that were landed in the United States via submarine. THANKSGIVING REHEARSAL— Chicago, 111.: "Priscilla" and "John Alden" rehearse for the annual Thanksgiving party at which Walter E. Olson, president, presents the employees of his .. rug' .company w'th 10,000 pounds of turkey... furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson. Mrs. George Varcoe and daughter left for Washington, D. C., on Monday evening where Mr. Varcoo is studying bomb disposal in the navy school at Washington University. He was chosen as one of the 25 highest at the Great Lakes Train- .'•ng center for this work. Mrs. Jimmy Walker, formerly Miss Phyllis Jaeger, has been transferred from Washington, D. C., to Orlando, Florida, where she is doing civil service work for ths Orlando air base. 'Mrs. Walker started work at the air base Nov. 21. Mr. Walker has been stationed at Orlando, Fla., for some time and feels they had a lucky break, as transfers are very dlff'cult to get in civil service at this time. Mrs. Walker Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger of West Bend and Mr. Walker is a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker also of this place. ACTIVITIES OF WESLEY YOUNG PEOPLE IN SERVICE Harold Wolf and Zeno Neuroth of Camp Bowie, Texas, are spending a ten-day furlough at their parental Frank and Albert Neuroth homes. Corporal Harley Haynes of Camp Robinson, Arkansas, is spending a 10-day furlough at his parental P. C. Haynes home.- Staff Sergeant Dennis Lickteis spent several days" furlough here at h.'s parental, John Lickteig home last week. He also visited his friend Luella Waldschmidt,: at Omaha, where she is employed in. a defense plant. Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner have received word from their son, Lyle, that he is stationed now at Camp Welters, Texas. He left Wesley Monday, November 23, for Induction into the army. Dick Lawson left for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., last '.veek following a furlough here wit.h his father Homer Lawson. •Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner have received word from their son, Dwight, that he is how in Cali- forn'a. He enlisted in the navy several weeks ago. —V— (iKCIL E. PETERSON, OVERSEAS .SENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS In a letter addresser to the Up- ner Des Moines and written November 23, Sergeant Cecil E. Peterson writes: "I wish to take this means of thanking the people of Algona, the Chamber of Commerce the Kiwanis and the Rotary for the Chr'stmas greetings and other items sent to me. I also want to wish all of the people in Algona and Kos» suth county, a,very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." According to the address Sergeant Peterson is now overseas. It reads Co. F, 27th Inf., A. P. O. 25. care Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. —V— ACTIVITIES OF BANCROFT MEN IN UNCLE SAM'S SERVICE Bancroft: Pvt. Raymond Menke left Friday evening for Long Beach, Calif., after spending a 18-day furlough at the parental J. C. Menke home. Sta^f Sgt. and Mrs. Roscoe Stew^ art of Greerrvlle, N. C., and Helen Stewart of Waterloo spent Frday and Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Johnson. Pvt. John Nurre of San Antonio, Texas, spent Thanksg'.ving at the Eugene Nurre home. Jim Cink, firemen second class of Solomons Island, Maryland, cacne Monday for a visit at the parental Frank Cink home. ;•, Ensign and Mrs. Joe Nurre of Minneapolis came Monday for a visit with relatives here,' Pvt. and Mrs. Thomas Habn are the parents of a daughter born lajt Monday at the C. J. Stauder home. Caught A velvety, cream-colored mole was caught in a trap «et by George Bean of near Marengo. CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c f or 19 words or teds. When paid frith t, 2c per word; when wits' commission _ advertising Agente ,—„_ their clients M aftd send Cash with order, th&jr receive, le per charged, Sc per word Np an- , word commission. YOUR' typewriter ' at the Algdna-Upper CSS' Molfte* ' ' RBWr-B roofH house oh W. Neb. street. Coal heat. Available at once.-J3ehrils Pratt Wanted For Sale SALE —Purebred .Chey.'<it and Shropshire rams; purebred Berkshire boars, May pigs.—William Fritz, Wesley. ' 49* •POR SAUE—140 acres close, tb t»U> Verne, good buildings, 35 acres pasture, balance tillable. $10o acre, $2100 will handle. Possession Ma'rch 1.—-C.. W. N.'coullir, Algona. 49-60 FQR SALE—Lowe seed corn. Ail orders at 25c bushel discount If pa'd by Dec. 15.—^Andrew M. Hansen, Algona. 49* ANiD FUR—Highest market price paid for Hides and Fur. —Joe Greenberg. 49-63 FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa hay.— James Coady, Burt, Iowa, phone 3 on 97. • i9* ..... ^-* L__— ,-.:.:-:..... . FOR SALE—All mo'derh home hear Catholic church. Bargiain. $3200. See Joel M. Herbst. 49* FOR SAU3—10 ewes and 1 yearling Berkshire boar.—Wm. Dodds, Jr. Phone 20F13. ' 49 FOR SALE—Lace tablecloth' on display at Richardson Hardware.— Mrs. Roy Cook. 49 FOR SAiLE—Black pure bred Poland China boars.—John Bockes, LuVerne. 47-51* CHENILLE TUFT and Shag- Tone rugs, in pastel colors, all sizes, 98e to $6.95.—Gamble Store. • 49 iFOR SALB-^Oood ' used electric Automatic washer, Very, good condition.— Gamble' gtflfrj. ; 49 FOR SALE-43ho0- Ice. skates. White and black. 1 Men's and Women. ,H.08 and Store. ' WANtTED TO &UY—33 volt Deled light plant tot farm use.-Chet Sill, 1302 Bast State, Algona. " 49* WANTED TO RSNT—Apartrtient or .bungalow Wth garage, Close in. By 'BecJariber 15; Pftoile 22fl, Wednesday a, m.~. 49* 49 ; FOR SAfLE—Used Wtti>erBt gas and electric. Ciftattl ^epara'tbi*, battery radio, electro,, hiotors. 1 MARRIED MAN llv.'.ng In Algona .wishes employment on farm With living quarters. Ldntf 1 -experience. Inquire this paper. 4f»* .• . .. •.?-."' ' '• Used Eureka vacuum ; ^weeper. Several good used gafl' engines.— Algona Maytag Co. . •, 49 MAN wants work on farm. Experienced in stock feeding •• and gerieral farming. References f urnlshed,--William- Taflkett, Burt, Rt. 2,' c-% August ScltfpuU. Phone 6 on 93. 49* ' -FOR SALE—(New eledtrlc Frigid- aires and .Phllco radioa.—Algona Maytag Co. <9 Lost-Found iFOR SALE—Team of horses, 6 and 7 years old. Also 160 bales of clover hay.—Algona Maytag Co. 49 FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars by the grand champion of Kossuth county fair., A large group to choose from. New blood, for .old customers.—Joseph A..-Skow, Wesley. ''••'• 48-tf STTRAY STEER—A white faced yearling steer came to my, place a mile and a half east of Galbraith, about ten days ago. ' Owner sftay have same" upon proving property and payMig all costs.—JsHcholas Wagner, LuVerne, Iowa, 49-60-61* FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford boars. Vaccinated.-^-Frank Bor;- mann, Bode. Phone 260& ,48-49-50" FOR SALE—Black Poland Chlita boars.—Gregory & Hpppe, 3 mihs i north, 1. west of LuVerne, 48-49?" "BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning 'Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—-Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. T 38-tf STRAYED—One brown and one white horse from my place Satur,day night. Finder please notify Adam Reefer, or phone Fred Byson, 13F12. , , 49* Miscellaneous WE HAVE JUST received some good looking stationery for servile mc'n In-the .army and navy, 5o sheets and envelopes for $1.10 a box'. Each .srieet carries afmy.,or navy emblem. See tt; at the Algbna Upper Des Molnes/ ,.40-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS^-all gp, ssBnsus^jgg ->;• % i „„,. iv dates' Bdok* at Algona Upper Des Molnes. A SaleSi slip with every purchase. I8e 6f 2 bookg fbr 1 2BC. ^ , DElSlK BLOTTERS, awoVtSa 601*- I,''' ofs, toltie. *>trk v gfW6ft, flWU,. ;V; peach aridlred,, foVsale at the tfot ••, s per Des Molnes office, iBd eaclf, > 2 for 2Bc. 34-tf ' - • _^i_U^i^—ufc-. *• lill ili'll""! -- -"I "-ir t -11 i 'i *••*—T-- J NON /WfflTMOTBD AUTOMO- ,.- s BILE INSURANCE, ALL FORMS, f AT fUNV^CJ. rtUJLJ 1? VJtfcWAfc* f, RATRS-ALGONA ,, '. pnt»isr065. ai-tf:/., 'Exchange Dept. Basement :.-."',„• Go,od Used .Furniture ,; > ; Dlnlflg r'obm-^-tlving room suite* •'*-, Breakfast sets,. Buffets, Radlds . r Vi; :, a«d' Washers ' -,.•••' BJustrpm'a; furniture JP"JilulVlS JLFia T JU AJ vrA w«*• • ,, ,• and priced and satisfactory work-nT guaranteed. Price 25c per film. ' Lusby * Glossl SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In' /arms, loans, drainage surveying,, and estimates on Ule.-PhU J, baas, phone 22, Algonat AETNA FARM LOANS- Low- rates. No commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the? . borrower. -It i« worth looking Into.- ... Call or wrMe Hutchison'& Hough.' ADDING MACHINE Rolls for <: sale at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. Regular size, IDc each, 2- for 26c. Large size 20c each: 2 for 36c, 84-tft IS" YOU NEED a rubber r , for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moln«w;,. 50o and up. Ur-tr HERES A MANS IDEA OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS GIFTS SURE TO PLEASE EVERY MAN WILL BE PLEASED WITH A GIFT FROM THE HUB SELECT YOUR GIFT WHILE YOU HAVE UNLIMITED STOCKS. MAKE A SMALL[DOWN PAYMENT AND WE'LL HOLD UNTIL YOU WANT THEM YOU'LL be as proud to GIVE as HE! will be to RECEIVE tbesV nationally liOArn standard brands all men prefer. • _ . 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