The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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fhe Algotta Upper Pat Mtoines, . JIMMIE KM LAKOTA, DIES AT FAMILY HOME ^:! Funeral rites were held Monday afternoon for little Jim- Wilts Klugef with a short servcle at the home at owe o'clock and the , regular servce at the Baptst church tft Swea City following with the ' Stanley Anderson In charge. Jlm- ftile, who passed away Friday morn- In gat his home east of town after a. two days' illness with throat trouble was almost 5 years old. He had pneumonia several weeks' ago but had recovered and was not very strong and the relapse proved total. He leaves his father and Mother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy KJuger 8 sisters and one baby brother. MRS. EMORV SMITH TO CAUPOBNIA FOB VISIT Mrs. Emory Smith left Monday morning for Des Moines and Tuesday left Des Moines for San Die* *go, Oalif., where her husband is In service. Sh eexpects to be gone tWo or three weks. Emory's mother Mrs. Emma Smith will take care of Richard, the Older bOy, and the younger one, Allen will Stay with his aunt, Mrs Bob Clemens at Tltonka during her absence. MM. Bud Pauliert wHl tAke her place at the post 1106*8 -TO LEDYAttD FARM BUREAU Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland Were hosts to the Ledyard township Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening and In spite of the blizzard a good ateed crowd attended. The school octette, Arils, F&nchon and Faustlne Meetland, Dorothy Ukena, Dorothy and Doris Asmusson, Judy Sehroeder and Dorothy Sehroeder sang sevenal numbers fcnd Paul Ukena sang a sold and the rest of the evening was spent visiting and lunch was served. The Carl Gerzemas spent Sunday afternoon With Mrs. Gerzema's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Frei^ Icks near Buffalo Center. Messrs. 3. A. Barger and E. L. Orabau were Fort Dodge visitors >ne day last week on business with .he OPA In regard to ration book No., 2, The Erman Hansons moved to Algona via an Algona truck Sunday and will make their home :here. Mr. Hanson Is employed at he Norton repair shop. Uttle Ruth Wafburton enjoyed 'amtly dinner at the home of her frandmother, Mrs. Margaret War- )urton Sunday in honor of her hlrd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gus Torlne of Algona attended. The Ass That Starves With His Master Both are hungry. For both there is not much promise of food. Why? Because they live in Greece. Because in Greece the Axis took every scrap of food and every source ox food-^-and deliberately left the people, the dogs, and a few useless burros to starve and to die. Remember the farmer of Greece as you eat your Friday evening supper. Remember him the next day, as you market your produce. Remember—and buy Bonds. All the U. S. War Bonds that you can. Buy Bonds with every cent that you don't actually need to run your farm. Buying Bonds will not only help win the war, but will provide you with a nest-egg for the future. They are • the best investment in the world today. They never sell for less than you paid for them. They increase in value every year. In ten years, they are worth a third more than you paid. And you can cash them any time after sixty days. Buy Bonds now — from your bank, post office, or rural mail carrier. MAKE EVtRY MARKET DAY BOND DAY Iowa State Bank ALGONA "Where So Many Xfermers Bank" GARDNER GARAGE AT LUVERNE SOLD TOH.SORENSON |LuVerne: A business deal was completed Saturday whereby Harold iSoretysen is now the owner of Gardners 'garage and the house adjoining it, he taking possession on Monday morning. Mr. Gardner haa been in business here for about 26 years and although he has not been active hmself in the business for several years due to ill health, It has been carried on by Mrs. Gardner and their son Davey. Their plans for the future are not complete at present. Mr Sorensen whose Wife Is the former Evelyn Johnson, daughter of Victor Johnson of Algona has been in the oil business here for more than 15 years, being affiliated with Edw. Dehnert in the Peerless Oil Co; until 1939 and alone in it since that time. IMr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson and daughter visited relatives at Wall- Irigford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams and son, Jerry, Britt, spent Sunday with Dr. T. L. Williams. IMr. and Mrs. Max Bock have received word that their son, Lewis, is now stationed at Camp Hood, Texas. Mrs. Arno Ristau came Sunday from Sioux City called by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Alex Miller. Mrs. Andy Johnson and daughter, Helen of Algona spent the week end with Mrs. Johnson's mother Mrs. Enilly Guy. The Rev. G. R. Voorhies, Marian state ifleld worker, will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, February 21. Mrs. Arthur Hof of HumboMt visited Monday at the J. E. Linde- baks Monday while Mr Hof was clerking the Bowman sale. Mrs. Alex Miller was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Saturday fur surgery. She was operated on for gallstones Monday morning. •The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Reddell was baptized Dolores Kay at/a service at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. Mrs. Ewald Wegner and two children of Kansas City, Kansas, have been visitdng at the Chas. Hints home and with other relatives here. « Mrs. Henry Pcrgande was hostess at a post nuptial shower for Mrs. James Stebbins nee Sarah Nell Phillips at Algona Saturday. Mr. Stebbins is Mrs. Pergande's nephew. / The Herman Vaudts, Wh.itte- more, Mr and (Mrs Marvin Nerem, Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer, Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Seeney, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at the O. S. Lunds. (Miss Myrtle Jordan attended a meeting of the county board of edu cation a,t Algona Monday evening Miss Jordan is beginning her sec pnd term as a member of thi board. She Is teaching the Sexto school this year. Dr. H. iD. Meyers, formerly o LuVerne and Algona but now. a Holsteln submitted to an operation •for gall stones at Sioux City Sat urday according to word received by Mrs. Meyers, parents, Mr am Mrs. Wm. Vehsschlage. IMr.) and Mrs, DeRae Godfrey went to a small town near Wichi- ob. IS, 1348 V-; r * * ta, Kansas, last week and drove home their car that they had left there when they had tire trouble coming home to the funeral of Robert Masterson, Corwith, Mrs. Godfrey's father. They got home Sat urday. i (Word has been received that Nlchoas Wolf has been named as an instructor In airplane mechanics at a new A. A. F. Bombardier school at Childress, Texas. There are now four bombardier schools In Texas the others being at Midland, Big Springs .and San Angelo. Mr. Wolf is the son-in-law of Wm Thompson. Doris Dehnert, Barbara Wolf, Evelyn Pergande. Jean Putzstuck and Helen Miller were at home from Mason City for the week end. The first four attended the business college and Helen Is employed there. They all attended the girls' sectional tounrament. Josephine Donelson, who teaches in Minneapolis, had a vacation Frdlay on Lincoln's birthday and spent the time at the J. O. Marty home here. (Farewell parties were given last week to two families who are leaving the community, March 1: Mr and Mrs. Chester Ogan living fivj miles east of Lu Verne were complimented by their neighbors at a party at the community hall Friday night. The are moving to a farm near Hardy. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neilson gathered at their home Saturday night to honor them. They have been living for a number of years on the former Hanna ranch but are moving to a farm near Algona. Miss Marjorie Pettlt, Des Moines, spent from Frftiay to Monday at the parental George Pettit home. (Ifoe Lyle Marlows and the W. R. ODonnels called at the Merwln Marlow home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and MM. .Leonard Warner of Bancroft were supper guests at the Raymond Bierstedt home Sunday. Donald Gregerson, a seaman in the navy, spent several days last week with the Russell Bates family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner of Burt spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the Henry Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath Mrs. Martha Rath called at tin Ralph Hurlbert home Sunday aft ernoon. (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg and Helen Sprank were guests at the Earl Ackerman home Sunday afternoon. Mr; and CMTrs, Ralph Bierstedt and family were supper guests of Mr and Mrs. George Kissner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Marlow attended the funeral of William Reilly, uncle of (Mrs. Marlow at West Bend Thursday. Miss Myrtle Hanna called at the As we have decided to quit farming, we will sell the following 'described property at the farm located.2 miles west and 5 miles north of Algona- 5 miles south, and 2 west of Burt; or 5 miles south and 2U east of Lone Rock, on Thurs. Sale to start at 1:00 o'clock Lunch wagon oil grounds 5 Head of Horses 5 Two 4-year old bay geldings. Gray mare, wt 1400 Ibs. 7 year old gray mare, wt. 1500. 2 Smooth mouth horses. 24 Head of Cattle 24 9 Good milk cows, some fresh, others will freshen soon These are good milk cows- 17 Young cattle including.7 heifers, roans and reds. 50 Head of Hogs 50 44 Feeding hogs, weighing about 150 Ibs. each, 6 Sows. Machinery 10 ft. John Deere power binder. John Deere P.JplwDaere^ctO steel <ww Spnog shape, a section, like new. 1 disc John ,ke an4 n^we*, g,row cow pJaw. wgle row plow, Mc^nn|ck-J>^ring , e »4ga,te seeder, ifeCtenfoft eenncon. Hay rack »»a wagon, 8W«wwdh£-3$ p. .W' Y« separator, % 8e^of harness Gas bal rejs ana otfte? articles too numerous to mention, , . 50 Sens ^^^^^Pjjji^^B^^ff,, ^^P «P^^w LONE BOCK NEWS Maxfne Flaig spent the week end ona Mary Ann at AI Mrs. Fred Wegener, Swea City spent Sunday afternoon at the W. u. welters. called at the home at Burt Sun - Postponed SALE DUROC BEED GILTS Thursday, Feb. 18 Due to the severe storm on February 10th we were forced to postpone our sale of Duroc Jersey Bred Gilts to February 13, 1943. „ W. H. Hetmfce & Son Phone 2623 Kenwick, la. A. H. Hah»a home Sunday afternoon and the Henry Kueck family spent the evening there. iMr. and Mrs. Don Houck, Marjorie Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and son Dickie were dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home Sunday. Mrs. Melvin Hawks entertained Mrs. Will Schrader, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt and Mrs. EJmil Kraft Saturday afternoon Jn honor of Mrs. Schrader'S birthday. Miss Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent several days of last week at the Frank Flalg home. Lorraine and Kathryn Willrett of Fenton called there Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Arend Neeland entertained Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee of Burt. Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. E. Kraft, Mrs. Ray Bierstedt and Mrs. Householder at a Valentine party Monday afternoon. rrhe 'Leland Hantelman and Paul Volght families of Fenton, Laura Radig and Luela Bierle were dinner guests at the Mrs. Dora Laabs home Sunday. 'Mrs. Alex Radig was urt afternoon caller. Miss Lenore Hostetter of Moorland began teaching the first and second grades hi the Lone Rock school last week. Miss Margaret ScMoemair, iEJstherviHe, who has taught here the past seven years, resigned. The Ralph Rledels, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. William Householder of Fenton, the Woodrow Pettlt family, the Calvin Householders and Mr and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and daughter, Patricia were dinner guests at the C. E. Householder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards were guesW at the Wm. r home Thursday, it beifcg jHf. ».». . Borough's 80th BirthdaS?. T»a ttfe chard family also visited thetts ml' /, Sunday. Quy Richard* 'i» *6'di< A esclng at the Bll&borough tiome ft*i owing a tortsllectomy on ' wuvv^v^Aww^^ Chicks! Clucks! Are you still just THINKING about your 1943 chicks? We have quit "just thinking"' about them and have gone into action. Yes, we are now hatching chicks for the 1943 season. With the big food problem facing the nation, we urge that you get your chicks early and raise two broods. You not only get double use from your equipment, but are doubling your efforts toward relieving the meat shortage-not to mention ;Vu e ?; r ? uprofits nnd satisfaction you get from raising Swea City Hatchery Chek-R-Chix. SEND US YOUR ORDER TODAY Swea City Hatchery U. S. Approved Phone 35 U. S. Pullorum Tested Swea City, la. J TO SELL FAT CATTLE Please Call N. J. BROWN Cattle Buyer Geo. A. Hormel & Co. At Algona Hotel, Algona, weejj of Feb. 22 (first 4 days) and every other week thereafter. Note:, Call or )vrite George A. Hormel & Co., Austin, Mimr., if you want to sell the •wees'* I am NiOTT in the territory. PUBLIC We will hold a complete Closing Out Sale 5 milefloutheast of Algona, 6 miles west of St. Benedict Monday, Feb. 22 SALE STARTS AT NOON LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 4 Horses 4 6-year Black Mammoth Jack [Duke 2nd] an active breeder and sire of many outstanding colts and white-... f* A u- i ' i j 15 °2^» eal W ° rk animal; black gelding 1-yr. old, wt. 1000; black and white spotted gelding 1 yrs. old, wt. 900 Ibs. •'^^^MB^BHVHMBMi^HBMBiMMHHi CATTLE—77 Tenheadof registered Angus cows 2 to 4 yrs. old, to be fresh in March; 4 coining 2 yr. old registered W^o'SSff n ° W; r T/ Cr t d *"*"* u WU ? yi ?' ° ld > 10 head of reristeredA/gus calvelfe heif- to^'JiS^^lSTll ^ re f h r w ' ?* her l^sh soon; 3 coming 2 yr. old Shorthorn springing steer*!* £S2^°& ^' ? *£**%" **'*"!? l f*?£ now ' ° thers to be fresh 8Oon J 4 «»»•«• calves, 2 steers, 2 heifers; 13 yearling Shorthorns on feed, 10 steers, 3 heifers; 9 baby calves. wuvw, * H^ ' . ™^^ir *tr rri wt. about fCH "" '•"••^^^^^^"•••••••^^^••i HOGS rrow the latter oart of At "**— ^^ IIPI ~~^*r r ^mr ^Jp ^Nr sows, to farrow the latter part of Aprils 12 Spotted Poland China • 100-WHITE LEGHORN LAYING PULU ^^^^ m ^* l * illl ^&&&***toBn^mHnB^R^HiBuiiQmmiiiBmBi^^^^^—* Farm Machinery, Etc. Si;^^^ Th a T 1 ** W| feeder? 2 feed b«nk»; 8 *etf Q| hirne*i;"JoEnriDSS! •>'! TERMS^-C^h. NP property t<* b* removed until ?ett!ecl for* ftf^Bl • ^^ .^flHfe .^^^^t^^K^^K^^^^A .^^^ '•Y - ' ''',- ;."*''lV: .x*?V'«*M*s2l

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