The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1943 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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v ? -> MRS. V.JOHNSON PASSES AFTER A WEEK'SILLNESS Bad Lived in the Algona Neighborhood Since '92; Survived by Husband and Seven Children Following an illness of a week, Mrs. Victor Johnson passed away at her home in- Union township, just north of highway 18, adjoining the northeast city L'mlts, at 7:30 in the morning, Tuesday, January 12th, at the age of 68 years and five days Born In Norway Petrina Olivia Omhalt was born lir Sansvar, Norway, January 0. 1875, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Omhalt. She came to this country in 1892, and came directly to Algona where she had Since resided. On December 12th, 1895, she Was united in marriage to Victor Johnson, Union township, and they lived in the same section all these years. To this union were "born eleven children of which seven survive as follows: Florence Calhoun and Emma Hagg, of Algona; Ruth Dav'dson of Dolton, South Dakota; Lillian Anderson, of Wahoo, Neb- Taska; Helen Seelcy, of Dolliver, Iowa, and Evelyn Sorensen, of Lu- Verne and Hjalmar and family who are working the home farm with their father. Four sons, Carl and M.'lton in infancy, and Wilfred in 1935 and ' Edwin in 1642, preceded their motn- er in death. A daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, widow of Edw.'.n, also survives. Funeral Thursday Mrs. Johnson was a member of the 'First Lutheran church, Algona, and had" worked for and within its religious activities many years. Th« furreral services will be held at the house Thursday (today) at 1:30 followed by services at the church at 2:00 with Rev. Eugene Nelson in charge. Interment was in Riverview cemetery. SALVATION ARMY TO OPEN DRIVE HERE THIS WEEK W. C. Mullen of Cedar Rapids, representing the Salvation Army in the state of Iowa, arrived in Algona Tuesday for the purpose of organizing a hime service appeal drivo in this city and county during the coming week. Local churches and interested civic orgnn- 'zatiorrs are planning to cooperate in this annual drive by the army for funds to continue charitable work throughout the state and to aid ! n maintaining institutions and hosp'- tals operated by the Salvation Army. One of the newer projects sponsored by the army is that of providing hospitalizatiorr and home care for expectant mothers whose husbands are now in the armed forces. These cases will be taken cnre of in Booth Memorial Hospital, Des Moines. r-f > v-:/ ~ 1x Put Your Farm Equipment In Fighting Order Now! Have your machinery and tractor overhauled now . . . Keep them in figli,tin»- trim for the big job ahead. At the first sign of trouble, call us for expert service! McCormick-Deering Store Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgr. 3tt&®&XK®^£^^ FOUR SALE DATES IN U.D.M. TODAY Four farm sales have been listed with the Algona Upper DCS as follows: Jan. 21—-Jesse WaJtman will hold! a closing out sale at the farm BV4 miles east, 2 miles south, 1% miles east of Burt; 7 miles southwest of Tltonka. He is offering 87 head of livestock and machinery. Jan. 25—John ArndOrfer will hold his sale. He has decided to quit farming and will move to Algona where he recently purchased the Robert LaBarre house. Mr. Arndorfer is offering 106 head of livestock and a complete set of farm machinery on the farm located 1% miles east of St. Benedict, 3 miles south and 2% miles west of Wesley. Feb. 4—There will be a public sale on the old John Helgens farm, % mile north and % mile west of Fenton, offering some 120 head of livestock and machinery. Feb. 19-^John F. Weber, Irvington, wMI hold a Duroc-Jersey hog sale and will also sell some other livestock at his farm 2 miles east of Irvington. Hemp— (Continued from Page One) ' Bondd Parsons S,tU, Chosen t6 Fraternity Donald Parsons, son of Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, has beert elected to Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic fraternity. Don Is .a student at the State University and will receive his Master's degree in Ajril. He la an economics major. He is a 1934 graduate of the Algona high school and was employed for several years at the Kossuth County Mutual Insurance Co. before attending the university. 10; Vern Teeter, 10; H. L. Simpson, 17; Donald Teeter, 10; J. W. Simpson, 10; Chas. R. Kollasch, 10; Sam E. Mogler, 10; Simon Kisch, 8; Arthur L. Banwart, 10; Fred H. Kollasch, 15; Joe Knecht, 10; Joseph H. Besch, 10; Fred W. Plumb, 10; John Borman, 10; Walter J. Fandel, 10; Edwin Wichtendahl, 10; Edwin Gerber, 12; George Wichtendahl, 10; Ralph Schumacher, 10; Joe Kramer, 10; L. A. Pot-* ter, 10; G. H. Meyer, 10; George Balgeman, 14; Elmer F. Bel, 15. Total, 263 acres. Cresco—A. B. Alexander, 10; Harold R. Clayton, 15; Joe Buscher, 10: John T. McGuire 40. Total, 65 acres. Irvington—M. N. Bormann, 10; M. H. McEnroe, 11; Nick Kinsch, 10; N. J. Alexander, 12; C. E. Detrick, 10; Alex Eischerr, 10; M. J. Pfeffer, 10; Henry Eischeid, 15; Henry Scheppman, 10; John Altman, 10; Arthur Krause, 8; Herman Becker. 16; Charlie Egel, 6; E. R. Madsley, 15; M. F. Roney, 10; A. M. Lemkec, 10; John. F. Weber, 10; Robt. E. Loss. 13. Total 198 acre.s. Fenton—-Ralph Hurlburt, 20. Total. 20 acres. Buffalo—Clifford Ring'sdorf, 30. Total, 30 acres. Riverdale—C. R. Schoby, 15. Total, 15 acres. 3Ir. and Mrs. Edgar Flnnell of Davenport became parents of their first child, a son, born Wednesday afternoon at the Mercy hosp'tal in Davenport. The baby weighed six pounds and two ounces. The bay is a grandson of Matt Lamuth and the late I. M. Finnell. Edgar has been employed at the Rock Island Arsenal as one of the engineers for over a year. He has enlisted in the navy and is awaiting WS call. Gtt8!B&8£(83^^ Sure You Can Have:Good All Wool Suits -- Quality Overcoats YOU'RE ,0 kv WELCOME —^ It's Smart to Buy What You '* Need When You Get Quality Overcoats By Alpagora, Leu-Gora and Stratbury 16.75 32.50 25.00 50.00 Dress Waurm Save Fuel Keep Well Buy War Savings Bonds With Your Savings. Suits By Hart Schaffner & Marx and Clipper Craft *30 $ 35 $ 45 All Wool and Worsteds. Single and double breasted Scout Leaders Will Attend Scout Meet at fort Dodge, Jan. 1st Boy Scout leaders .and thuir wives from over Kosauth county plan to attend the Annual .Council meeting of the fcralrle Gold Area Council on Thursday, .January 21st, at Fort Dodg«. Kossuth Is a part of this 19-county organization. 3n the afflernoon at 4. o'clock, In the city hall, a business meeting for election of officers and reports of committees wiTl he held. Dinner and a program will be given at the Legion club rooms at 6:30. With more than 4,000 men and , the Prattle tiotdF Area Council has ted the entire'middle west irt membership growth and activities the put two years. -, Among the candidates for offices fefe Antone Johnson, Algona, for vice president, as well as a mettu her of the executive board, and A. EL Laurltzen, Algona, for council Commissioner. Suits .*.*..„„». ........ A ....... ..Ji!;«w Lieut. Thos, Halpin Receives Commision Lieutenant Thomas Harpin Is another Algona boy to receive his commission in the army via the officer training route. Lieutenant Halpin, better known in Algona as "Bud! 1 , is the son of Mr< and Mrs. T. • J Halpifl. Following induction into the army he took training at William Beumont General Hospital at El Paso, Texas, and while' there was promoted to private first class and thence to corporal. He was graduated as an x-ray technician on June 27. His officer training was taken at Fort BelvoJr, Virginia. He received his commission as second lieutenant in the engineer corps on January 6. •Lieut. Halpin visited his parents here the first of the week. He was accompanied here by Betty Hll- steadt, former Algonan. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES ' Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. Njo ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. The K&sutfc fella! has given the V.e to the bMwiyeV tale that i» war-time todrl baby boys ate born than baby fctftt. Last Sunday the nursery,Where they keep the new'bundles from heaven was packed to ovefflowlrtg —with eleven girls and only one boy. Just one thorn among so many roses. This week four of the babies born there were girls to just one boy. The Jnimber of patients as a whole is predominately woiWeh with only one man being admitted so far this week. MARKETS For Sale FOR SALE—1942 girl's bicycle, $32. See Mrs. H. M. Vinson at Pratt Electric, Algona. 2* FOR SALE—Man's Elgin Deluxe wrist watch. Call 540. 2* FOR SALE—Two Pomeranian puppies, male and female. 4F21, Algona.—Julius Baas. 2* IFOR SALE—Stacked alfalfa'and wild hay.—-Dwight Ruse, 4 miles north Algona on 169. 2* Hub Clothiers y&SBBXSG&S®^^ FOR SALE— 160 A. Imp. Union Twp. close to Algona. Elec. $130. 20o A. Imp. near Lone Rock high production $130. 320 A. Imp. on paving close to Algona $100. 80 A. unimproved near Lone Rock $90.00. Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 2 FOR SALE—Red Jacket force pump and Myers pump jack, A-l condition.—Agnes Miller, Algona, East McGregor, phone 1110. 2* FOR SAUE—Marion and Control seed oats. Limited amount. -^Henry Kubly, LuVerne. 2-3-4* FOR SALE—Black faced ewes, all two and three year olds.—S. A. Gardner, Algona, phone 13F31. 1-2-3-d* FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls.— Herman J. Studer, Corwtth, phone 3156, Wesley. 1-2* GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the .Algona Upper Des Moines, DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, blue, dalrk green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 34-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 35c. . 34-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moln«ss, 50c and up. 13*-tf FOR SALE—We have been fortunate in getting a big lot of certified Richland Soy Beans, germination 94%. If you can use any, call us. Price $3.50 per bushel.— Lone Rock Co-Op. Elevator. 1-tf FOR SALE—Wild hay. Four stacks.—J. E. Thill, St. Benedict. 50-2* 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 FOR SALE—Shorthorn and Hereford bull calves, 8 to 10 months old. —Joseph A. Skow. 51-1* BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone .234. 38-tf Wanted WANTED —To buy used baby bed. Must be in good condition.— Mrs. Dennis Pratt, phoire 880. 2 WANTED—To buy a Berkshire boar.—D. C. Gardner. Phone 11F121. Power Hog Concentrate. You can build the finest of hog feeds at from $30 to $36 per ton. Why pay more.-^Gamble Store. 2 HY-BRID SEED CORN—Iowa 939 and 218-iM, our new 'and outstanding hybrid. Thousands of acres of our seed were growing over nine counties of north and north central Iowa and equaling or out- yielding the best in hybrids. Sold at farmers' pr'«e.—Miller Hybrids, LuVerne, Iowa. ' 50-2* SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In terms, loans, drainage . surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl. haas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used. Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios « and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algotvi Iowa. 1-tf YOU HAVE until January 16 to get 5% discount on Gambles Bonded Baby Chicks. Guaranteed liv- ab-'Jity for 50 days after delivery. Order now.—G am ble Store, Algona. ' V ••••', 2 Ceiling Price on Corn < A sixty day ceiling was placed on corn prices based on the .highest figure paid on Monday of this week which was $1.00 on May contracts, $1,00% on -' July contracts and $1.0'0% ,on Sept. contracts. This is based on trading in the .Chicago Board of Trade. The cash market here is .based also on the Futures Market which would set the ceiling at .84 for Np. 2 yellow corn. The price can go below this point but no higher. The celling was set for sixty days only, E. R, Rising, local elevator man feported, Officials hope during that time to work out a permanent ceiling. GRAIN No. 2 white corn, new $ .97 No. 2 yellow l corn, old 83',* No. 2 yellow corn, new 81H No..2 mixed corn, new 81 30 ib. test white oats 50 No. 3 barley '.'. 49 HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 $14.25 Heavy butchers, 200-350 14.10 Packing sows, 270-360 14.10 Packing sows, 360-400 14.00 Packing sows, 400-450 13.85 CATTLE Canners and cutters $5.00-7.00 Fat yearlings ; 12.00-13.00 Stock steers 11.00-12.00 Veal calves 8.00-14.00 Fat steers 12.00-13.00 CLOSING OUT Public Sale Poultry Equipment and Brooder House Wed. Jan. 20 Sale to start at 1:80 sharp 6—Fall Pigs—6 wt. about 100 Ibs. each No property' to be removed until settled' for. Conrad Gaard, Prop. Oldenburg, Auct, 1st Nat'l Bk., Elinore, Clerk .- , > ' 2* WANTED —Girl for general house work in modern home. Stay nights.—Mrs. R. B. Waller, phone 626-W. 2 WANTTEJD—Hired man, single, to work 'by year or month. Start at once.—Chas. Potter. Phone 2522. 2 WANTED—Woman for housework on farm. Steady job.—Mrs. J. M. Larsen. Phone 13F12. 2* For Bent FOR RENT—(Furnished downstairs of Edw. Genr.'«h all modern home at 722 E. Elm, rent reasonable. See Joel M. Herbst. 2* LOST—2 endgates for 2-wheel trailer. Notify Barry's Pool Hall- Harold Anderson, Burt. 2* Miscellaneous SEE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —Bradley Bros. 1-tf HIDES AND FUR—Highest market price paid for Hides and Fur. —Joe Greenberg. • GAMBLE'S trate, Mash Maker, and "30^20" SUIT NEWS Chrischilles All indications point to another big suit season and we are ready. We have a nice selection of suits and more are coming in every day, Now is the tjroe to buy a suit when you can- wear it under your fur or swagger cloth coat, We feature the popular tweeds and plain navy, brown an$ nov elty weaves — all sizes from 12 to ISO an priced within the reach of every purse Shown in iUuaratton is a matching suit ang , featured (a our collection In an attractive hrowu and blue plaid at . • ami? 22,50 COAT Extras Dirty and .cheeked egfes caSh cream— SWo&t ................................. .v .......... 608 . „ JWo. 2 .......... ,.,..,„ .................. < .......... 4?o Hens, over 6 fbs ............................ 21c Hens, 4 to 6 Ibs. ....s .................... .I9e Cocks, over 4^ ...* ........................ lie Cocks, under 4V4 . .................. We Springs, over 6 Ibs ........ 26c Springs, 4 to 6 Ibs ........... 23c Springs, under 4 Ibs ........... 21c Heavy stags ... . . .. ..... . ............ 200 Light stags ............. , ...... 16e No. 1 2 poultry, So teas. •these are Wedn-esdaj 1 quotations. Prides are subject to change by the time of publication. .. 1 Mr. and Mrs Clifford Baker entertained a few friends at cards on SuHday evening. After cards refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Baker. *" LAST SATURDAY Swea City: LtbraHart JefiftU »,** T Crary reports 110 books Ibaned oU% Saturday afteMoon, Salurasfr ttw& the flrat day the library was tifflt* for service '« the new $uartef»-in\ the' south side of the Sp«rt>et!& building. The roams have oem newly-decorated and are very pleaSr ant and cftmfortable. Many fftVor/. able comments were heard and much'' Interest evidenced by the readlMg,, public. •, . The last of the 1942 quota of, books was placed on the shelves,,' and all were loaned out. • f Robert Fitzgerald started work* ing at the Baker store on Mon^; day morning, He Is taking the places of Freda Gronbaeh, who has re^. signed.'' 'i BUY 'EM| — By The BOX! CALIFORNIA INAVELi Sale . . . ORANGE S| Sugar Sweet-—Chock Full of Juice CALIFORNIA NAVELS UNUSUAL LOW PRICE I ORIGINAL HEAVY PACK CALIFORNIA CRATES] ,PER $/|75 1 „_ ! BOX 4 - g By The Jumbo Size Large Size Med. Size DOZEN 35c' 2n 69c 2-> ? 49c TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS FULL OF JUICE 6rapefruH^1« 39ci \ 00* MEDIUM 4 A AA. |ForOOC SIZE............ |U For Z"C| |LARGE SIZE Pink Grapefruit - 5 ' 29c Russet Potatoes U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO POUND Bag 39c TENDER & SPICY WAXED RUTABAGAS 3 Lbs. 10c CRISP SOLID HEAD LETTUCE 2 LARGE OC A HEADS /OC CELERY AT ITS BEST PASCAL CELERY CRISP , «4_ BUNCHES.. _... £.|0 EXTRA FANCY & FANCY PACK BOX Rome Beauty Jonathan New Town YOUR CHOICE FINEST PACKED. APPLES Bx. '2.49 AMAIZO 1 Lb. PKG. CORN or GLOSS Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil CONSUMERS 3 Lb. BAG Pancake FLOUR l2'/ 2 p! Wholewheat I5c Consumers Yellow or White Corn Meal 5BLabg l7c! BLUE BARREL FLAKES SEL «c SPARK Large Size...... iiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Blue Barrel SOAP Giant Bars . . . 25c illllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllUlllllllllllllllllll iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii GENUINE LRG. PKG. WHEATIES lOc jUlllUUIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll HOLSUM (For Rome Made Chill) Chili-Mix PkK I0c| Amer, pe«uty White Cream Style lOel R«». Kc Box MATCHES 3 f , r IOc I Specials For Friday • Saturday, Jan. 1546 WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRESH FISH NECK BONES BACON SQUARES PERLB.7c PER LB, 21c !.28c PERLB.27c NSUMERS WHOLESALE «em|| ive The Wholesale Wa?: . A . .,'itavA

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