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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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'AT; The AljfOM Upp^r Dm CLAUS BADJE, KOSSUTH PIONEER, FOUND DEAD IN TITONKA HOME Tltonka: Cluas Badje, 84, was found dead Thursday afternoon In Ilia apartment Where he lived alone. Death was due to a heart attack. Funeral services were held Sunday at 1115 p. m. at the home and 1:30 *t the Methodist church. The Rev. W. 1* Patterson was the pastor and burial was in the Maple Hill •cemetery at Lakota. ' Pallbearers, former neighbors, were Fred and Palkert Sleeker, Fred Anderson, George Johnson, John Isebrand and Ben U. Meyers. Mr. Badje was iborn In Germany in 1858 and emigrated to the United States when he was 21. He farmed in Grundy county and then moved to Kossuth county, where he was one of the pioneer farmers of Ramsey town- fihip. When he in later years quit farming he moved to Titonka where he operated a meat market for a juunber of years. Two years ago his wife died and since then he has lived alone. He Is survived by the following children, (Mrp. Millie Phelps of Pomona, Calif., Mrs. Mary Dike, John Badje of Buffalo Cen- Snltzcr of Welsburg, P. Badje of ter and two step-daughters, Mrs. Ella Gutknecht of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Jack Cox of Dike. There are also 20 grandchildren. Guy Barton was a dinner guest at "Ms daughter's Mrs. C. B. Ege.s- •dal Monday. Joe H. Tapper and Donald and SLillKo and Dorothy Pugsley were ^business callers at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harm HulSlnga and Edith Mae were dinner guests of the Jake Hulslngas near Woden Sunday. Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and daughters helped Gary and Jean Sleper, children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper, celebrated .their birthdays on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Honlten and Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Honken and Robert of Buffalo Center were supper guests at the Alvin Honken home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan entertained their bridge club Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schutjer won score honors. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Smith have rented the Swalve house and moved Monday. Mr 1 , and MiH Dtmald Buffington have rented the Frank Callies house and also are moving this week. (Mrs. Guy Bruns was hostess to the U-Deal-M club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Helo Boekelman was a guest and score honors were won by Mrs. Carl H. Callies and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer. Mrs. W. J. Denton has received word that her nephew, Reginald Winter, has been promoted to a captaincy somewhere in Mississippi. He^ is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Winter, former Titonka residents Ben U. Meyers drove to Wesley Sunday morning .to meet Alvin WE SAVE YOU MONEY Buy 'Em •by the- Crate | Friday and Saturday, February 19-20 j FULL OF SWEET JUICE! TEXAS ORANGES Full Crate 4.95 HEAD LETTUCE [NEW CABBAGE RUSSET POTATOES u s No 2 For 25c Lb .5c Grade.. Jumbo Size.. PINK GRAPEFRUIT SweetMeated !COCOANUTS- ipeandAt Their Best Each I0i,39c 5 For 29c I9c i ADDI CQ U. S. NO. 1 Grade C ! **r rLCO Yorks, Ben Davis, Black Twig «* Lbs. FRESH GREEN TOP CARROTS LARGE BUNCHES 5c JUICY SEEDLESS Grapefruit JUMBO SIZE—DOZ. 39c CRYSTAL WHITE ll S A A D BOHANON NO. 2 CAN U M r Eachl2l/2C Q O F«r | STOKELY TASTY 16 oz. CAN STRIKALITE I DC Jit* Each..l6'/ 2 c DC AC Each -- 16 '/' c 0 AQi* » . . sTEMd 6 For....97c 0 For45fU mfltfillPQ = If Id IVII ^4 | GOLDEN YELLOW NO. 2 CAN IQg lAABil Each..l2'/ 2 c U BOXES SAVADAY BLEACH (QUART 4 A [BOTTLE ...... IUv CORN 6 For....73c n U For TENDERSWEET NO. 2 CAN Each..lO'/jc 6 For....61c CORN 3lor31C f TOKELY SALAD 10'/ 2 oz. CAN IgUS 3i.,r' .25c 6 For $1.46 Q „ pc p I Asparagus 3For74c w u r c u i w _.,. , K . c Wn , S1 a fi SUDS Each LARGE PKG j STOKELY WHOLE NO. 2 CAN 21o( BEETS M ....w... v I NANCY JO CUT NO. 2 CAN SOAP iGr'nBeans 3. 35c 3 1% A | Each 12c 6 For 69c | BARS LUU | De , Monte No 2 Can pi nea pp le m fllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllg ||||A|f Each....l9c A EC* B | C- rm ft rc f 1 JUIvt 6For..l.l3 OlorDOC| I rdiniciSi j^iiii^j^iiipTiiiriuiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis 1 Workmen! ^~1± I NEW DELICIOUS i! Are you in £ J I ChceflOatS N H f ^K-^r 1 PER PKG ' OVERALLS WE NOW CARRY A LINE OF SUPER QUALITY OVERALLS 12c GERBER'S $| en | Baby Food I • V V § Strained or Chopped 3 FOR 20c »^^P PAIR | IllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIUIIIIIUIIIlllllllllUUlllllllllllllIiUllUUIIlllllllllllIlli Another carload of Early Ohio potatoes hit town, While they last—2c pound, Pork Neck Bones per Ib, 6c Pork Roast, end cut , per Ib. 3(c Shoulder Beef Steak, per Ib. 28c Flank Steak per Ib. 33c CONSUMERS |t££S W H O L IS A L E Shop and Save The Wholesale Way IWlFMSlAiVE: V OIUi.fiyi;O.NlE Honken of Bluffton, Ohio, and he will spend a week with his wife and two sons, David and Jame* Mr. Honkeh'is an inspector In the signal corp. Mrs. George Johnnon returned on FrMay from Ackley where she was called by the death of her father, Jacob Umfiwg who passed away last Wednesday, Feb. 10, following a/stroke. She accompanied Abfel Lim'berg of Buffalo Center afld Menno Limberg of Woden. Harold Gartner and Maurice Kell left Saturday for. Sioux City to attend the semni-annual bee association meeting. Harold left Monday evening from Sioux City for Lebannon, Missouri, where he will spend a week with his parents, Major and Mrs L. G. Gartner. Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Miller, Merle, Lloyd and Ola Mae Miller of Waterloo were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller, Sunday. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Miller drove to the Roy MHler home at Bancroft to get Mrs. Emma Miller who has been visiting the past few weeks. (Mrs Herman Tapper and Dorothy Pulley & Joe H. week ftt at thd Ca yHtea nome t t p a!lt flv* and a IdQtmanths ^signed on Saturday.^ i 6 f t Tuesday ford, £>rt«ons where she will vU(t Pvt. J<*&nn Tapper. *lS#%nty-nve neighbors and frteuds gave a farewell party at the Mark Bacon home honoring the Clalr Helfners and Mark Bacons Saturday evening. Both families are Moving to Ventura on March first. A gift was presented to both families By the guests. The evening was spent socially and a pot luck' lunch was. served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dunmlre and family arid Mr. and Mrs. Jiillus Tesch were . dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff . Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga and Edfth Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer aitd sons were Sunday evening guests at the Everett Rippentrop home in Lakota to get acquainted with the new baby David Lee who was born Sunday, Feb. 7. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Julius Kunz is spending a few weeks at the Sacred Heart Sani tarlum at Milwaukee. Mr, and Mrs. George Werllng and daughter, Charlotte visited with friends at Renwick Sunday. Walter Kutz of Rockwell City visited at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Tom Forburger and family. Nona, oldest daughter of J. O. Silbaugh was confined to her bed over the week end with the measles. Mrs. Tlllie Loebig and daughter, Alvina OPPedahl were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Loebig home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer have received word that their son, Mark is with the armed forces in North Africa. Miss Mercedes Schmidt, a teacher at the public school spent the week end at her parental home at Cherokee. •Stella Lloyd of Mason City spent the week end at her grandmother's Mrs. Anton Goetz home. She also visited a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and Gloria Ann of Algona were Sunday evening callers at her parental J. L. Studer home. The Prairie Pals 4-H club will meet at the August Studer home on Saturday, Feb. 20th. Mrs. Lou Wing'ert is leader. (Ed Eisenbacher spent several days last week in the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where he received medical attention. (Marvin Ackerson was brought home Wednesda from the General hospital at Algona. He had submitted to an operation for appendicitis, 'Sharlene Downs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs of Titonka spent the week at her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer home. (Lois Hildman, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tony Hildman, observed her 19th birthday Monday. She is attending a business college at Mason City. Henry Goetz went to Buffalo, New York, last week to visit his two nephews, Will and Ed Johnson. Enroute he visited relatives at Hammond, Ind. Mrs. George Ward returned home the middle of the week from a visit with her son Don and her Exclusive Here cliriscliilles IT O We have a very limited stock of the famous Season Skipper all 'year round costs and If you are interested you should come in and see them. They arrive one or two at a time and we never have a large stock on hand. This is a strictly man-tailored coat— and is unique in its field- Sizes 12 to 90 only in 100% wool tweeds and fine Shet- londg. daughter and son-lrr-law, Mr. and (Mrs. Art Nuehrhig. (Mrs. Albert t/ickteig and baby, Helen, spent the week end at her parental Joe Smith home near Buffalo Center. 211 a, daughter of (Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer spent several days over the week end at the home of her parents. She is a student nurse at a hospital in Dubuque. For Sale FOR SA1/B—The former Robert Murray property, on North Park Avenue. 6 room modern house with three lots. Must sell to close estate. Can give immediate possession. If interested see C. B. Murtagh, administrator. 7 FOR SAUEJ—35 acres. On pavement near Lakota. $3,000.00. Wrtte Mrs. F. -A. Kayser, Webster City, Iowa. 6* FOR SAliE—600' size 'brooder house, good condition. Price $75. —Herman Becker, 1 mile east of Irvington. 7-tf FOR SALE—Marvel circulating heater. Available March 1. Good condition.—Mike Elbert, Algona. 7* IFOR SALE—New building, 16x20. Suitable for poultry or hogs. $300. Inquire U. D. M. 7* FOR SALE—One stack oats straw, well stacked.—J. W.'Schol- ;es, 701 E. Lucas, Algona. 7* FOR SALE-^Pure bred Poland China gilts. April farrow. Registered milking Shorthorn males.—. Aaron W. Steussy, LuVerne. 7-8* FOR SALE—Oliver "70" tractor with cultivator and power lift.— Erpelding Bros. 1 mile south of St. Joe. 7* 'FOR SALE—Sorrel, roan and blue roan horses.—D. L. McArthur, Algona. 7* FOR, SALE—Used cream separators; milking machines, gas and electric models, coal and wood circulating heater; 3 burner kerosene stove.. —Algona Maytag Store. 7 Achieve That Pound* Lighter- Years Younger— Worldf Smarter Look! Science hat found the wgy to slim you down in coat styles you love for their youth and high fathion. Exclusive Abbmoor styling in luxurious Ktispeigh fabrics— lined in Kingsgaie tif- fcta of Celancse* rayon *O*1 C|| yata. Value-thrills, at *6&«U V SiW yM to # H; U *' 44-Black, Naty, Hmy Brown, RAF Blttt fiALfeXN«# brittle gai stoves. We have ht»k-ttps for them andplefttyoftfas. f owa treaffi *ep- afatots. & Hi p. electric motors. We r'epalr nil makes of washers. Repairs for all makes of stoves— Algona Maytag Store. . ' .. 8AJjB--2&3 A. farm close id Lone Rockj very good improvements, good land, $128. per acre, good terms, FOR SALE—Conn cornet with case and accessories. Call. 221. 1 POTATOES—Cobblers, $1.0? per sack. We have 20 tons. Bring sac 1 ks. East End Grocery, 6-8* (FOR SALE—A few Duroc Jersey sows.— G. E. Slgsbee, Burt, Iowa. 6-7 FOR SALS—Rlchland Soy beans. —Sargent & Co. 8-7, Wanted WANfTED-—Girl for general house Work. Good wages. Write Box 2, Algona Upper Des Molnts. 7 WANTED—Married man to work on farm. Tenant house.—Henry Eischeld, GVi miles east on McGregor. 7-8* WANTTED— Maid. Algona. Apply Hotel 7 IWANfTED— (Dish-washer. Hotel Algona. Apply 7 /WANTEI>-To hire man to work on farm .starting March 1.—Rob't Ringsdorf, Woden, phone 17 on 26, Titonka. 7* WANTED!—More hatching eggs. Contact Kossuth County Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. Phone 800. 8-9 .WANTED—|Good used toaby .buggy. —Mrs. L. D. Preston, 119 South Jones. Phone 712-W. 7* WANTSSD—Married or single man for March 1.—P. M. Christen- Son, Lone Rock. 7-tf WANTED-—Middle aged or elderly lady for housework on farm. Steady job.— Lou Ricke, Wesley. 7-8 WANTED TO BUY—Power garden tractor. Call 221. 7 WANTED TO RENT—(Furnished or partly furnished small modern aparment. Write box 69, Algona.7 WANT TO BUY—Second hand child's scooter in good condition Phone 942-W. 5* Lost-Found LOST -JCAR keys. No. 17-6762. Return to Box No. 43, Buffalo Center, Iowa. 7* For Rent (FOR RENT—iFive room insulated house. Coal heat With or without electric stove. Available March 1. —Dennis Pratt. 7-tf (FOR 'RENT—W. J. Sigsbee house on McGregor street. $27.50. Seven rooms. Modern. Phone 16 or 245- W after 6 p. m. v 7-tf Miscellaneous DWELLING LOANS refinanced to advantage; long term low rates. See Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association. Algona. 5-tf SEE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —Bradley Bros, 1-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In /arms, 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. 1-tf 240 A. well improved, high type farm, northern part flumboldt county, electricity;. $160. ! Good location, low tax. • Edw. Capetfus, Algona/Iowa JUST RECEIVED a new shf.p- ment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 8-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf life at tfitf Algona _ Motnes. Regular site, 1 f6r 866, Laff* lite SOd e&ch, 8 for 866. DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, pink, peach and red for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 3-tf Fur Trimmed Winter Coats Chrischilles Store We have about 25 fine wool winter coats in sues from 14 to 40, in dies* materials which will be very scarce next winter. which we are reducing for quick sale. We haven't the room to carry them over but the styles are conservative and will be good next season, These coats are mostly black with, very fine fox and wolf fur collars, We also have about 35 fine black dress cool* (without fur collars) in sixes from It to 4i which we are reducing in price. Tbesf »• also Utter materials than you wOl buy next 7*ar and Include Fash- ionbili Birth, and all our popular brawl* «**«• m»i M» «lso reduced for quick stll- Ing. / CHRISCHIUES & YOU NfflSJfr.a rubber tdt any pufpdM. you can order thaw at The Algona Upper Des Moin*B, SOo and Up. 18**t4 fMf Yptm typewriter and adding machine ribbofia at the Algona Upper iDes Molhes. New supply just received. 4»tf BURN BBRWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Attention, WALMUT GROVffl Users. Due to government railroad regulations, .freight transportation has slowed down much. Therefore, don't delay ordering Or you will run short. Your 'brood sows are In need of this best of care to produce healthy litters. For over 26 yealrs WAILNIUtT GROVE has played Important part in the livestock Industry and this year Is mohe Important than ever.—H. S. Fain, Humboldt, la. (Phone 297-M. ,7*8* NOTICE —OFFICIAL AGENCY •Buy Your War Bonds and Stamps at Algona Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Courteous and Confidential Service. 7-tf BROODER HOUSE (Insurance on brooder houses, chicks and contents for flre and wind. -Low rates. I* 8. BOHANNON Over S. & L. Store ' 7 Announcing WHITE'S MARKET opening. Feeds, Seeds, Flour and Supplies. Big Opening Days Friday and Saturday at the Cut Ra^e Grocery building. A Cull and complete line of the famous SARGENT FEEDS. Also a full line of the Henry Field's garden and field seeds. SEAL O£F MINNESOTA FLOUR. All lady housewives call- Ing at the store Friday and Saturday will get a package of garden seeds FRtiE. — WHITE'S MARKET. 7 This wftefc m have i-ccelwd shipment ftf several httitif wanted lten»-B«tte at whloh have been Intpottftiti M <*? ** quite'« white. JLR The piece de resistance we have to offer Is a shipment of two dozen Gilbert alarm clocks. They are going out like hot caked so you will have 'to buy yours right away. Price $2.95.' i L R We have also just received 30 metal lunch baskets with half pint thermos . bottles, These won't last long. # elther so don't wait If you* want one. "••' JLR Do you remember those •beautiful all wool throw rugs we had last fall? They went so fast we scarcely knew we had them. We have another shipment of them to sell at the same price—$2.50. JLR Our n«w army sewing kits are quite the nicest ones we have had or seen. They are a good item to put In the small unfitted duffle bags that just came in for men in- the army and air force. JfLR Mothers with smalf fbaWe«-> • we have a WonderftUI assortment c<f the CSffljDHOOD JBNTEttEOT TOSS- / Tliese toys are scientifically design* ed ,to be the right tay for any child up te» school ag£. 'Among them is the" "Cradle Companion" to be Used as all aid In focusing the baby's eyes. JLR The* "GiMie Gym" has been scientifically designed to help develop tiie baby's larger muscles.' Fastens across the crib, and sells for $2.00. JLR We cant go into full detail on all the other toys In this line but we invite you to oomeS in 'and see them. They make lovely gifts. JLR You'll all remember how hard It was to get garden hose ta 1942. 'We want you to know that we have garden hose In 60 ft. lengths, and It might be wise to buy now! J. L Richardson Hdw. Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Help Yourself To Better Health! ___ »™ j __ • «u_ — ,fc___._«_. du 4-1*A«A !»A«v4-lM wav rlcBva ... VA1I "For vigorous health so necessary In these hectic war days . .,.you need plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables," Undo Sam's nutriOon- •Iflts say. You weed to stretch your dollars, too! (So come where you can make really big savings on fresh fruits and vegetable*— In the "Victory Garden" of your A. & P; Sett-Service Food Store. Here you get such delicious fruits and vegetables HOURS FRESHED rich In vitamins and minerals. All at welcome money saving price* became we buy direct usually right where they grow in orchard and fleld . . . then r|ush them to market so you'll get nature's flavor and nature's vitamins at their 'best. Fine, Wg, Juicy! golden-skinned, America's! favorite breakfast fruit at A, & P.'s low price. Delicious in ftlult cocktail and salads, too. (Vitamins B-l-)-, C++). Texas Seedless size 96 Vitamins B-l+, C -H*GRAPEFRUIT 10FOR29c Dranbcrry Sauce m 1 oz jar 29c [ona JOMATOES No. 2 I! ... cans I I v A PIW SPQBTP COATS of all wool rwwds (without fur Htm) in »ls«i from 10 to 40 wbtefe «ng* fa» price from $16.50 to $2540. They are all good buys, is your LAST (PHAN6B «* are taking these coat* into our basement lor storage) with rationing in J»fpM hftvt enwgh good *w Wednesday and. Friday KBNT Des Moinca 10 a. m. Radio Program "News Round Up" California size 5 Vitamins, A+, B/-1+, ++, G_t_ *Head Lettuce 2 heads 23C California size 176 Vitamins B-1+, C-f-f- Qranges _._-.____ -,-doz. 48( ' *Potatoes Union Square Brand Apricots in water ______ No. 10 can 57c Union Square Brand Peaches in water _____ ._ _ -No. 10 can 65c Sweet William Tomato Catsup _______ 14 oz. bottle 1 3c lona Cocoa • t •. . \ >. can 6c lona Cream Style ' White Sweet Corn ____ 2 No. 2 cans 23fi lona Peas __ — _-__-- --.-No. 2 can |2c A. & P. 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