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r _!L' • ' , t ' » V , ,w' w , * Jfn , The Algona pg^ jpig jgdittii, Algoni, Iw^ JfeMiJM ~ "' ' ' SILVER MY TEAM TAKES FT. DOME TIPPERS SUNDAY Silver Gray ten pin tippers Journeyed to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon and took the strong Blue (Ribbon rollers to a win with n B743 to 2670 series. High man for tile locals was Hank Furst when toe laid out 622 pins Mi the three lines, average 207 per game. The Blue Ribbon boys will bowl the Silver Grays here next Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock in the hopes of evening up the score. Sunday'.' •core: Silver Grays O. DaMey ........................ 209 201 14:E. Godfredson .............. 137 175 17. 1 J. Fraser ........................ 155 177 170 Casey Loss 198 178 Ifl4 Hank Furst 222 192 204 928 923 892 Blue Ribbon H. K. Rice .........204 186 139 Joe Ryan , 148 193 159 W. S. Peterson .....162 162 1D2 D. Brintoh 190 182 181 R. Jones 148 205 171 852 926 892 J LARGE SIZED FUR COATS CHRISCHILLES We have two large sized fur coats in stock that are bargains. One size 42 .black, Australian seal and one size 44 black, Persian paw. These are long, full cut ANNIS coats, reliable, beautiful, reasonable in 'price. :Call ^at'thf- store THIS WEEK, we will return what we do not sell sell Saturday evening. We also have some fine fur coats to sell for around $100.00 also some fine ANNIS mink and sable dyed muskrat coats at $175.00 to $225.00. Buy an ANNIS coat and forget all fur troubles. TIN CAN DEPOT ESTABLISHED ON E. STATE STREET IP. J. Kohlhaas, chairman of the scrap drive in south Kossuth, announces that a tin can depot has been established at the Kennedy & Parsons building on E. State street. Here may be deposited cans people may have been saving. Cans should be placed in a sack or some container. Smaller than No. 10 cans must be thoroughly cleaned, both ends cut out and the can flattened No. 10 cans or larger brought as is if cleaned. may be "CASABLANCA" IS SUBSTITUTED FOR SUNDAY SHOW N. C. Rice, manager of the Call Theatre, announces that "Casablanca", has been substituted for "Black Swan" for showing Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Casablanca has just completed a two weeks' run in Des Moines. It is probab- y the year's most outstanding picture and is of especial interest since its locale is the city where President Roosevelt and Winston Churchill recently discussed war matters. Mr. Rice feels highly pleased with being able to show Casablanca so soon after its show- ng in big time. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are the days. TEN FARM SALES ADVERTISED IN TODAY'S PAPER Owners Offering Various ATTENTION — HOME Dress-Makers A GREAT IMPORTANT SHOWING of SPRING FABRICS at rise for Selling; • Some Quit Others Reduce Stock Ten farm sale ads have been listed with the Upper Des Moines this week and appear elsewhere In today's paper. In several instances the owners have sold their farms, some are reducing the amount of their livestock; others are quitting or have rented their farms, and one is holding a sale to close an estate. The dates and other information are listed below, but be sure you read the complete advertisements in other parts of today's paper. (Saturday, 'February 13—tD. E. WMson is doing away with hired lelp and will sell some cattle and machinery at the farm located H mile south and % mile east of Lu- Verne. Saturday, 'February 13—Otto Knudsen has sold his farm and will sell cattle, sheep and machinery at the farm located 1V6 miles cast of the fairgrounds (across ths vooden bridge) Algona. Monday, February 15—Mike P. Baumann is holding a closing out sale of the property of the late Henry Baumann offering horses, cattle, hogs and machinery at the farm located one mile west and 3',4 miles south of Whittemore. Monday, Wlft- kle had U) postpone hf* sale tftttH the'irilddle of the week ttn account of the storm and will offer 110 head of livestock and farm machinery in a closing out sale to be held at the farm located % mile south and two Miles west of Titonka Or miles east and 2 north and 2V4 east of Burt. Tuesday, February 18 — C, J. Houseman of Armstrong will hold a Poland China bred sow sale at the farm located 1 mile east and 1% hi.'les north of Armstrong. .Wednesday, February l?th— Mrs, F. W. Davidson- and Chas. A. Fouhy have, disposed of their farm Interests and will sell horses, machinery and household goods at a joint sale to be held at the farm located 1 mile cast of Algona on Highway 18, which Mrs Davidson recently sold. Wednesday, February 17—C. C. Crouch wMl sell cattle, horses, hogs, sheep and machinery at the farm 3 miles east and % mile south of Burt or 2 miles east and 7 miles north of Algona. He has decided to quit fanning, Thursday, February 18—O. A, Laabs has rented his farm and will sell horses, cattle and machinery at his farm located 4 m.'les west and 5 miles north of Algona or 5'/4 miles south of Lone Rocki Mr. Laabs recently had the misfortune :o break a leg and is a patient at the Kossuth hospital. (Friday, February 19—John F. Weber is selling 160 head of hogs, some cattle and miscellaneous Items at his farm 4 miles south and 3'Xi miles east of Algnoa or 1% mile east of Irvlngton. iFriday, February 19—(Paul Robinson of Btladgate Js holding a Hampshire , ; bred sow sale at the Humboldt fairgrounds. ant h6Use.-<&o. Mttef, WAmW>~««eond ctittM& leafy baled alfalfa, soy bean*. Phone 68, collect. Humboldt ^ Lost-Found lPOU(MD—(Large bearing. identify and pay for advertising.— John Saibln, Algona, Plume Miscellaneous HAVE MOVED To the Foster building formerly occuplel by the McCoraiick-Deertaif stbre. See us for used cars— we buy and sell them. Phone So I KIBK AOTO CO. Algona 6 WHAT HAVE you to sell? We buy all kinds of used merchandise.—Gamble Store. 6 ATTENTION' CATTLEI FEED- rsH-Oome in and let us figure your cattle feed rations. We have a supply of good cattle feed on hand and can make immediate delivery. Over 60 satisfied feeders using our cattle feed in this territory. It will pay you to investigate. — J. It Richardson Hard ware, phone 274, Algona, Iowa. 6 Qtft Wpewritef ribbons at the* Atom* Uppef Des Molties, New BUppfr ju|t received 44* BtTRN BffiRWINt) BRIQUETS 6* Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. (PALOPAK — $aVes fuel. Free estimate for you* home. Installed' 6$« UttAlitfMftte deepfy predate the kindness and Syin- «*fended to m during otir ne of sorrow. The many cards ___ And letters comfotUngr, • Wer ATTORNEYS A* LAW thank everyone for what they did, Mr. and MM. &I Dttrant and Elmer. \ Mr. and Mrs. Mtlo DUrant and children. * Mr. and Mrs. Merman Schtimack* er. , i 6* ALOWJB J, D. ft. J. Hai-rihgtdif ,.. _ Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk, Bldg. AL0ONA, IOWA SOUTH KOSSUTH 4-H LEADERS IN TRAINING MEETS iMiss Gladys Adams, state 4-H clothing specialist from Iowa State College at Ames, conducted an all day training school here Monday for the 4-H leaders from the south half of Kossuth county. Twentythree leaders were present at the meeting which was held at the iome of Mrs. A. L. Brown. The ladies brought lunches typical of :he school lunches which they send with their children each day. Hot tomato soup was served to accompany the lunches as is done at many schools. A' similar clothing meeting was conducted at Bancroft Tuesday evening for the leaders of the north lalf of the county. On Wednesday evening the Wesley Educational cooperators met with Mrs Olaf Funnemark with the subject of Buying n the Wartime Market. The last meeting of the series will be held Friday evening with the Buffalo :ownship cooperatprs meeting with Mrs. Louise Stockwell in Titonka arrd the lesson subject being Plan- ling Meals from Home Produced Foods. Miss Alma Schultz, coun- iy home economist, plans and arranges these meetings. FOR SALE— The former Robert Murray property on North Park Avenue. 6 room modern house with .hree lots. Must sell to close estate. Can give immediate possession-. If interested see C. B. Mur- agh, administrator. 6 <Q> You'd never know that there was a shortage of piece goods (there IS—and a very serious one) when you see the beautiful, flowery prints, broadcloths, seersuckers, Tom Boy, rayons and a host of plain fabrics now on display in our piece-goods section. We bought these goods months ago—handpicked every one of them, too—and they are smart, individual, different, All reliable makes, exclusive patterns, good'colors. all prices too from 35c 59c 68c 89c95c$I.OO Simplicity - Butterick and McCall Patterns We carry the three most popular priced pattern ilines in the U. 3. A. and stock almost a dompiete range of sizes. If you are a home- dressmaker, make th£s store your shopping headquarters for both piece goods and patterns New Woolens in Plain Pastels, Plaids and Tweeds Are Here for Spring 1943. See them today. Braids * Tapes * Threads Sewing Accessories are Always in Stock Here CHRISCHILLES Hospital News Kossuth Hospital (February 5—(Mrs. F. S. Norton, Algona, surgical. (February 6—Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, surgical. (February 7—Mrs. Irvire Elbert, Algona, girl. February 8—Mrs. Irvin Ulse; Bancroft, boy; 'Mrs. Charles Hein kel, LuVerne, surgical. General Hospital (February 3—Mrs. Cora Scott, o Humboldt, surgical. (February 5—(Henry Johannsen Algona, medical. (February 6—Gloria Stueve, Al gona, surgical. (February 6—Mrs. William Broes der, Lone Rock. girl. 'February 8—Alvin Potratz, Fen ton, surgical. (February 7—Mrs. A. W. Kelch Corwith, boy. (February 9—Mrs. Roy Bonrrstet ter, Corwith, boy. February 9—Marvin Ackerson Wesley, surgical. [February 9—Mrs. A. E. Sheridan Waukon, Iowa, surgical Waukon, Iowa, accident. DWELLING LOANS refinanced :o advantage; long term low rates See Algona Federal Savings am Loan Association. Algona. G-ti SEE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —^Bradley Bros, 1-tf SEE MCE FOR Real Bargains In /anna, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. l-tf JUST RECEIVED a new sh.'.p- ment of Warm Morning coal heaters. S49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one. — Raesly Lucn- ber Co. Phone 234. 3-tf LOCALS Chesterfields March Into Spring No. 1 hit (or Spring, too! Sleek fly-front OhesteMfteld suit-flap pockets, satin bound. Matching topcoat to "ensemble" w.'ith all your dresses. Wool tweeds in tan, blue. One 3f a big group. Coats $24.50 Suits $22.50 Mrsj C. A. Gellenfcld left last week for Watertown, Wis., to attend the funeral of her cousin, Geo Hackett. Air. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker ant Mr. and'Mrs. Ed Parks spent the week end in Des Moines. The Anliker son, Delbert, who was recently inducted into the army and was tempornriity. (stationed at Camp Dodge, was able to get a pass anc spend the week end with his parents. He was shipped out to a new camp on Sunday evening. Mrs Parks called on her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and Mr. Park and Mr. Anliker attended an oil meeting. For Sale POTATOES—Cobblers, $1.07 per sack. We have 20 tons. Bring sacks. East End Grocery. 5-8* IFOR SALE—A few Duroc Jersey sows.—C. E. Sigsbee, Burt, Iowa. 6-7 FOR SALE—8x24 trailer house. —Herman Becker, 1 mile east Irvington. 6-tf iFOR SALE—Hybrid Seed Corn. Iowa 939 and 303. State certified. $3.50 to $5.50 per bushel.—M. A. Sorlien, Bode, Iowa. 6* FOR SALE—About ten Cheviot ewes. Also wanted 21" horse collar. W. H. Bosworth, Algona. 6* WANTPED—To buy used >type- writesr.—Everett VBgdal, Whlitte- more. phone Fenton 4418. 6* 12x16 ft. Tarpaulins. $15.95. — uamble Store. 6 BUY GAMBLE'S Baby Chicks. J. S. Approved, state supervised, "ullorum tested. 90% Llvability for :he first two weeks. Our insurance policy protects your chicks for the first 50 days the chicks are n the brooder against loss from fire, theft, windstorm and other natural hazards.—Gamble Store. 6 FOR SALE—35 acres. On pavement near Lakota. $3,000.00. Wr.'-te Mrs. F. A. Klayser, Webster City, Iowa, 6* SALE!—Modern 9-room house, hardwood floors, coal fur- nacte, garage, price reasonable. See Mrs. Cliff Wickey, 609 E. Lucas, phone 383-W, Algona. 6* FOR SALE—Richland Soy beans. —Sargent & Co. 6-7 Wanted WANT TO BUy-Second hand ihild's scooter in good condition 'hone 942-W. , 5* WANTEID—To rent fam» for 1843 lave tractor .equipment. Good eferences. Sox 101 R2, Algona. • (M5* or middle woman for genera) housework. Steady job, Phone 8>F24,—MM. as, Black. 6* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, pink, peach and red, or sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 3-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size, 15c each, 2 12% INCREASE (N EGG PRODUCTION U.S. GOAL! lt\ a fmc/i' Wr r n i r r n <, r r/ Our F q q "Ou> egi production used to fee as up-and-down as a ride <p *' roller coaster. That's; be&ause every time the' temperature took a nose-dive, We were too busy keeping Warm to bother about'layirig eggs. Then our boss Insulated our laying house .With Celotejc Vapor- seal Sheathing. Since then we've 'consistently turned out a third more eggs from jUfe Same-sized flock." Progressive poultrymen are guaranteeing their quo- tas In Uncle Sam's "Food for Freedom" program by insulating their buildings with Celotex Vapor-seal Sheathing. By maintaining constant, warm temperatures in laving houses, this efficient structural insulation encourages increased egg production. Used in brooder houses, Celotex Insulation also aids chicks to grow rapidly and feather out evenly. • Put Your "Egg Fac. lory", on • War Pro- dncllon Baals, Our Free Plans Tell You How! Leading Poultry- men know that the Oelotex Poultry Building Plans are the last word In modern poultry house construction, Come In for your free copies today! Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 -:- Jim Pool IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH How Long Is the Duration You know money is only worth what it will buy. You know right now there are many things you would buy if you could. You know there was a time when you could have had them. Right now you can have J ^F ^f 9f ^BF^dM^P OP ^V ^1^^ ^Ur^B ^flf WBF ^BFi||PI ^lf^9m ilBF^PjR^BIr 1BIMBP. the finest of all Wool Suitk by America's best makers at very reasonable prices, . ."', HOW'S YOUR OVERCOAT Our Tip to You—BUY NOW Clothiers Levithold - William* Comply ... i,—»„. .1. W.B.QUARTON II. W. MILLMt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 42? ALQONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A, Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald O. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ^Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, Iowa E. J. Van Ness -Allen: A. Brunsort , . , VAN NESS A BBUN8ON ATTORNEYS AT LAW . Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly: . SHUMWAY & KEIXY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Hutchison Bldg., Phone 58 ALOONA..10WA LTNNAK A L.YNOH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa • Phone 261 Off Ire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA 1* 'A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & 8UROEONB J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & 8UROBON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32O- C. H. CBETZMEYEB, M- D. Phone'444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ) MELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Rea. 194. Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER '' OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General -Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal diseases,, varicose veins and rupture DENTISTS DR. H. At OLSON DENTIST S Located in New Call Theatre Bldg-.: Phone, Business 166. Residence 78» ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP • DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 189 Res. Phone 174 Algona, lowo A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 88» -.»— <>•*• Office In New Heise BWg; Phone 44 , Res. Phone lj» EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers'and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit Rate 4%%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency. aiboveS. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 5QO 65c This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. the Algona Upper Des Moines. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. : . ';.; /tfvwwviwvyvvvwvwuvw "BETTER QUALITY" ^QUICKER SERVICE" HEADQUARTERS fvf 4f«<f4*ft.0r<ifr RUBBER STAMPS Your order, will fcfflW pfwwptly x tnd efficiently ORDER NQWt ; $TAMPPAB|AN0 INKS: BAND STAMPS-SEALS 'Reat! 'Em and !§'' \t~ai |> UUK

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