The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1942 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1942
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fhe Alftfift tfpltof DftS Molnes, Algona, lb*a, Dec. 10,1942 PORTLAND FOLKS MAIL 34 BOXES TO ..Portland: ffilgfttcen members of tfctf fdrtlanej Service club met with Utrs. Clyde firlstow Thursday nf- UtftMn, Dec. 10 And wrapped 34 fj6xeB for- the boys in tfie armed forces. Catherine Wolf and Mabelline Miller took the packages to B'urt and mailed them. Seven of the boxes went to coast postofflces, With destinations not definite, the rdst tb various states in the United States. ' The Women sent gum, candy, cookies and stationary. All fell that the time Was well spent. Mrs. Brlstow served lunch. Ray MoWhorter attended the Vegetable Growers convention at Mason City Wednesday to Friday. Raymond Elmers returned Wednesday from California. He had been employed there sf.nce finishing a course at an aircraft school In Minneapolis. Plum Creek Rural Party December 10 The Plum Creek Rural Youth enjoyed a Christmas party at the community school room, December 10. Bingo was played during the evening, with Neva Albright winning the pr'ae. Popcorn balls and apples were served by the committee) Before the party a meeting was held to plan the monthly program for the coming year. Tlie new officers will begin their duties In January. The committees in charge of the party con- sister of Andrew Miller, Fidelia Skow and Barbara Schrauth. «*!ir^^ Get Ready For A Busy Season Send your clothes to the Modern today and have them fresb and clean to wear during the holiday season. Clean .Everything Dresses Suite Ooato . Gloves Draperies Rugs, Curtains Slip Covers Blankets And get, your house in apple-pie order for your entertaln'ng at home. The important thing is not to watt too long to send them. Phone 537 today and have our driver pick up your garments so they Wiill be ready when you wlant them. Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors HOWIES & OLOFTON ASSIGNMENT FOR VICTORY SCHOOL KID SOLDIERS-YOUR WEAPONS AM" SAVE,, SERVE AND CONSERVE! Lillian Mathison returned Mjon- day evening from a week's visit at Worthlngton, Minn., with her sister, Mrs, Stowe, and in Montrose, South Dakota, with another sister, Mra. Gertie Jones. Mrs. Kenneth Knudaen returned Friday from Osage where she was called by the illness and death of her grandmother, Mrs. Florence Setmer, 78. She remained iwith her mother, Mrs. Florence Byvank, a few days after the funeral. The Knudsen daughter, Kareu, visited her grandparents,. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudsen during her mother's absence. Eugene Neville, now of Emmetsburg, stopped in Algona Thursday after taking Ms son, LoUis,, to Mason City. Louis was on his way back to Key West, Florida, where he is stationed with the navy. He 'a a second class petty officer and has had training as a radio operu- 'tor on a navy S. C. boat. He joined the navy about a year ago. He is a grandson of Jimmy Neville. Mrs. Dorrcnce Greer of Minneapolis left Friday after spendng several days in the C. W. Morck home. Her son, Lt. Dorrence Greer, Jr., took her to Minneapolis and returned here Saturday and then left for Omaha where he took a plane to Laredo, Texas'. Both Mrs. Greer and her son were in Algorra to make the acquaintance of Dorrence Greer IH, who was born a week ago at the Kossuth hospital. Donald Parson, son of Charles Parson, has been elected to Phi Beta ' Kappa, nat'onal honorary scholastic fraternity, at the State University of Iowa. Donald Is studying for his master's degree which he will receive in April. His major is Economics. He.was employed at the Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Company for some time after his graduation from high school and before entering the university. Livermore News A Pair for Every Person on Your List . *• No need to worry yourself into a dither over your Christinas shopping when you can settle the problem with gifts of smart, comfy slippers which will remind them of your consideration on' cold winter nights. , Priced to Suit Your Purse—All Size*— All Colors—While They last 8 More Shipping Days Til Buy y tT,& War BROWN bi i* SHOE STORE ALCONA, SOWA: THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET C. D. OF A. ELECTS OFFICERS FOB NEGT YEAR The December committee of San- red Heart Guild entertained the Guild at the home of Mrs. Ernest Boyd last Tuesday afternoon. At this meeting they had the election of officers for the coming year. MM. George Foth was elected president; Mrs. George Lenertz, vice president: Mrs. Ernst Boyd, secretary and treasurer. The followng ladies wore appointed heads of' the six circle: Circle No. 1, Mrs. Harry Zigrang: Circle No. 2, Mrs. Richard Fullerton; Circle No. 3, Mrs. Ed Hansen; Circle No. 4, Mrs. Frank Cox: Circle No. 5 Mrs Jake Becker and Circle No. 6, Mrs. Arnold Kellner. After the meeting a lunch was served by the December committee. RITES FOR JOHN RITTZ, UVERMORE, HELD THURSDAY Llyermore: John Rutz passed away on Dec. 6 at the hdme of his son, Harry, after a lingering Illness. He was born in tninkert, N. Y. ( on Sept. 28, 1863. On -Feb. 18, 1895, he married Helen Hansen. | To this union two children were born. A daughter Lily, died In in- fan^v. His wife preceded him in death on Oct. 3, 1932. Since that time he had been making his home with his son, Harry on the farm on which he lived for dO years. Ho is survived by his son and five grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Emanuel Lutheran church on Thursday afternoon. Rev. Mueller In charge and burial took place at the Bode cemetery by the side of his wife. Pallbearers were six nenhewa, Emil and Ostfar Kuehnast, Harold and Oscar Williams, Walter Hansen. Olaf Bru- vick. Mr. Rutz was 76 years of age. Mrs. H. W. Mueller was called to Arson, Iowa, by the serious illness of her sister. •Mrs. Lucinda Harrifan returned home Tuesday from Omaha. Nebr. where she snent seven months with i her niece. She visited the past ten I days at the home of her daughter in Sioux City. Notice of Sheriff's Sale In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. In the Matter of the Estate of Eva Sifert, Deceased. To: Edward Sifert, Mary Umbenhower, Irene Ounder, Melv. ! -n Sifert, Eetna Krull, Henry Sifert, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, L, M. Merritt, and to whomsoever it may concern: You are hereby notified that by Virtue of ari Order to me directed entered by the District, Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, on the 31st day of August, A. D., 1942, in the above entitled cause, I have been authorized and directed to sell for cash the real estnre located to Kossuth county, Iowa, and described as follows, to-wit!i The West Half (W',4) of Lot Seven (7) of Auditor's Plat of Lot Six (6) in Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M., belonging to said Estate. •You are further notified that I w'll sell said real estate to the highest and best bidder for cash, subject to the approval of said Court; said sale to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 17th day of December, A, D, 1942, at 2:00 o'clock P. M., of said day. Dated this 16th day of November, A. D., 1942. E. J. HOUGH, As Administrator of the Estate of Eva Sifert, Deceased. 49-50 Closing-Out * K As Mr. Sharp and I are dissolving partnership we are holding a complete Closing-Out sale y> 2 mile south, 1 mil'j east, % mile north of Lone Rock; 4 miles west, J/2 mile north of Burt; and 13y a miles south of Swea City,'on Monday, Dec. 21, '42 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GIIOUNDS 83 Head of Livestock 83 s 6 HEAD OF HORSES and 1 MULE Well matched team roan mares 6 and 7 yrs. old, wt. 3200; roan mare coming 3, wt. 1400; bay mare 4 yrs. old, wt. 1600; bay mare 3 yrs. old, wt. 1600; bay saddle mare, wt. 800; black mule colt coming 2 yrs. old. Joe Lsirtsoh, who recently went to the army, is now stationed at Pearl Harbor. Bernard Stoddard left Thursday morning for Des Monies where ho was inducted into the army. Miss.Kate McKenna has returned from Mercy hospital .in Fort Dodge where she underwent an operat'on last week. Mrs. Betty Gronbach entertained the Deal and 'Chat club at her home last Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson and son, Harold of Bode, vi-sted Monday at the 'home of their son, Calvert Johnson. Sergeant Eugene Hanifan, who is stationed at Camp Babler, Centaur Station Mo., arr'.ved home Monday morning on a furlough. Mrs. Mathilda Pooch was hostess to the Jolly Eight club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 'Louise Gronbach. The afternoon w.ia spent' in iplaylng bridge^ High prize was won by.Mrs. Mike Red- '•ng. Other prizes were won by Mrs, Lucille Lenertz, Mrs. Leith Opheim and Mrs. Fred Hlntz. Mrs. Hintz and Mrs. John Jensen were guests. Refreshments were served by Mrs. 'Pooch after cards. 22 HE AD OF CATTLE 22 Eight milk cows, to freshen in May; 4 yearling heifers; 3 steers; 1 Black Angus bull; G calves. 20 Head of Feeder Pigs 20 34 BRED EWES TO LAMB IN APRIL 250 WHITE ROCK PULLETS FARM MACHINERY, ETC. P-20 Parmall tractor on rubber; tractor cultivator; 2-bottom tractor plow; 15-ft. John Deere disc, 2 yrs. old; John Deere endgate seeder; new John Deere corn planter; 2 manure spreaders; 36-ft. elevator; New Idea 2-row corn picker; mower; John Deere side rake; bunch rake; John Deere hay loader; box wagon; hay rack; 2-wheel trailer; single-row cultivator; grain binder; McCormick-Deering cream separator; cooling tanks; fanning mill; hog feeders; 2 hog caterers; hog troughs; 2 Pormak electric fencers;. 275 ft. new hay rope; 340 rods of barb wire, like new; brooder stove; brooder house, 12x14; building, 9x16; new building, 14x36; building, 8x8; 30 bridge planks; some lumber, tools/and other articles too numerous to mention. ^^_ 250 OR MORE BALES ALFALFA HAY TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. CARL WIENER & G. A. SHARP FLAIG & STEWART, Aucts. BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk. FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS Made VfftftftftfQ DOAN NEWS mrs The Doan W. S, C. S. will hold a meeting at the, home of Mrs. Petra Larson on January 14 with Mrs. Julia Larson assisting. (Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs, Theo. Hoover and '-family attended a family dinner in honor of the Hoovers at the home of the men's sister, Mrs. Melvin Olson, ta Algona. H ' > Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and daughter were Wednesday dinner ata at the Wm. Claussen home '•n A'gona Dec. 6. This was in aonor of the two families' wedding anniversary as the latter's an*, nlversary occurred on Dec. 0 and! :he former on Dec. 7. I Mr, and Mrs. Amos Angle entertained the Doan Patriotic card club on Saturday evening, Dec. 5, three, tables of 600. 'High score went to Wm. J. Martinek and Mrs. - Hott, tow to Mrs.'Wm. J. Martinek and A, J. Martinek, travel tp Mrs. Fred Qirres. 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