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BANCROFT COW GIVES OVER SIX TONS MM IN YEAR (Herman Soderberg, of Bancroft, OWrts two registered Holstein- IPrlesians cows which have recently completed official production records of more than 400 Ibs. of butterfat. The higher producer of the two Is Soderberg fiffx Ormsby Melba with • a record of 429 pounds of toutterfat and 12,753 pounds of milk. This is nearly two and a half times the production of the average dairy cow in this nation. The record was made in 338 days on twice a day milking and at the age of three years. fThe other high producer was Soderberg ESffx Janet with 424 Ibs. Of butterfat and 13.956 nounds of milk made in 282 days at the acre of four years five months. Testing was supervised by the Iowa State College at Ames and the Holstein-Friesdan Association of America. The Raymond Blerstedts spent Sunday afternoon at the Edward Bierstedt home at Burt. Leroy Stoffel) Now In Hawaii^ Promoted Word received by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel, living northeast of Algona, announces that their son, Lerofy Stoffel, has been promoted to corporal. He Is now stationed on one of the Islands In the Hawaiian group. Leroy was 1 Inducted into the army from here Feb. 3, 1942. While in this country he was stationed at Camp Wolters, Texas. Kossuth Boys Join Navy; Now In Idaho According to word received from Farragut, Idaho, Eugene George Simpson, son of J. W. Simpson, Whittemore, and Herbert Joel Mnthes, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I,'. Mathes, Algona, recently joined up with the navy and are now stationed at the naval training station located on Lake Pend OreHle, Idaho. Card of Thanks lit is with sincere thanks that we express our appreciation for the lovely floral tributes, and the many kindly acts done in our behalf at the time of our recent bereavement. Mrs. Minnie Haines. Irene Haines Mr. and Mrs. Orval Haines. 9* CURTAINS AND DRAPES FOR YOUR SPRING HOUSE CLEANING CHRISCHILLES Many Kossuth Coimty customers do not know what an extensive curtain and drapery department we maintain. Even at this time, when all curtain goods, ci'etonnes and drapery fabrics are very scarce, we are showing a splendid line of all. Besides this, we have excellent connections with two expert seamstresses who are prepared to make both curtains and slip-overs for your furniture. This extra service saves you the time and expense of driving to Fort Dodge and Mason City. And our selection is probably as good, if not better, than you could find in these larger cities. Come in now, when you are making plans for your Springhouse cleaning and let us show you the most beautiful, most distinctive, most outstanding line, of fine curtains, curtain goods,! cretonnes and drapery fabrics. We also carry a complete line I of Kirsh rods, hooks, accessories. Ready-made kitchen and bed room cottage sets; rayon marqui- ! sette panels, lace panels, ready-1 made cretonne drapes, spreads jj (which may be split for drapes)| —in short, complete window decorations for your home. See us this week. A MOVING ONE OF THE WEEK ACTIVITIES AROUND KVINGTON iMovlng sfeemed to hold the most Interest for many In this vicinity last week. The Oeorge Sears who have lived on the old Frank Dit*worth place have gone to Oilman, Iowa. Herman Becker now owns this place and the .Ralph Parsons have been employed by Mr. B6cker' to manage this farm for the coming year, the Parsons moved in this week. Mrs 1 . Edna Harr has rented her farm and has located in Algona. The Aago Hansens on the Kuhlman farm have gone to Forest City and Leonard Kuhlman will farm the home place. The Carl Browns have gone from the Loren Brown dairy farm to the Grant Sample place while the George Wagoners who have reside on the Sample farm for several years are going to the Mrs. Mary Stewart farm which they have purchased. The Harry Feltors moved from the Stewart farm In Riverdale town- shp to the Clapsaddle place in Plum Creek township. The Arthur Haggs moved to the old Galbraith farm they bought which was vacated by the Lewis Robisons who went to the Gould farm in Union township. The Aloysius Kischelds have gone northwest of Hobarton to a farm they bought .last year. JAMES HILL, FORMER RESIDENT, PASSES IWord has been received here of away at his home in Rock Rapids, the death of James Hill, who passed some time in Jamiary. The immediate cause of his death was a heart ailment, although he had been in failing health for some time. In the 1920's Mr. Hill was manager of the .local elevator and moved from here to Rock Rapids where they had since lived. TWO FORMER HtVINGTON BOYS MEET IN SOLDDSR CAMP The Chas. Egel family has received a <;ard from their nephew, Raymond EBgel, formerly of Davenport, but now with the army located at a. camp in Washington. Raymond had stated that he had met Melvin Sill former Irviiigton youth now located at -the same camp and they had become good friends. Melvin is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill and was employed for several years by George Godfrey. WM. BED3LERS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY OF MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Deibler, pioneer residents of this community, celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary last Sunday, having lived their entire married life here. The Deiblerswere married in Illinois and came directly to Iowa. Mr. Deibler was 87 on February 13 and Mrs. Deibler 81 last August. Mrs. Deibler has not been in the best of health lately. However, Mr. Detbler is very active for one of such an advanced age. The Deiblers have four sons, namely Harry, Charles, Warren and Roy. The Lewis Broesdtrs moved the first of the week to the Edna Harr farm. * Mrs. Alice Duryea is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Nelson, at Fort iDodge. Kenneth Asa, Waterloo business college student, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa. iGearge Skara is the new relief agent at the Northwestern depot here and will remain until a permanent appointment is made. (Howard Raney recently cabled his father, Hugh Raney, birthday greetings from New Guinea, where he has been located for some time. Mrs. David Smith left last Thursday evening for a visit with her husband who is located at Memphis, Tenn. She will return March 6. Mrs. Fronie Mullica was a dinner guest last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample of Algona. Mrs. Mullica is a guest at the Fred Geigel home. The many friends of Matt Kelly are glad to learn he is somewhat improved from his recent illness. Mr. Kelly resides with his daughter, Mrs. Harvey Johnson, at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weaver, who have been living for some weeks with Mrs. Matilda Weaver, have rented the L. F. Price farm in Plum Creek township and moved there last Monday. The J. A. Hasches who have been living on the John McGuirc place are returning to Gregory, S. D., where they will again pursue farming. The Hasches lived at Gregory several years ago. Mrs. James Mcgonegai has been at Iowa City where she submitted to an operation. The latest reports were that she is recuperating nicely. The Mcgone^als are tenants on the Edw. Mawdsley farm. !Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwlre have purchased the Otto Knudsen farm and will be located there after March 1st. The Frank Cinks have moved to the old Ferguson place tenanted for several years by the Sabo Hillengas, the Cinks recently bought this farm. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud have received word from their eldest son, Walter, that he is now located in North Africa. Another son, Phillip, was recently inducted into the service. However, Phillip had tried to enlist previous to this at earlier dates but had been rejected due to physical,disabilities. Friends and neighbors surprised Mrs. Edna Harr lasb Thursday night as a farewell courtesy prior to her moving to Algona where she has purchased a home and will now reside Also on Friday evening a birthday surprise was held at the Marshall home the honoree being Mrs. Ellen Marshall. Both ladies were presented with gifts. Mrs. Chas. Egel celebrated a birthday last Friday and in honor of the occasion a group of friends met at the Egel home on Friday evening for a surprise party honoring Mrs. Egel. 600 was played at six tables, prizes being won by Clem, Cunningham first and John Warmbier and Mrs. Egel each receiving low. Mrs. Egel received many lovely gifts among them four potted plants. Late in the evening lunch was served. Several courtesies have been extended to %frs. Australia Grace, the formef AibefU Bobrldge Who was a guest'of her parent*, Mr. aftd Mrs. Wm. Botoridtf;,- Sf,, last week. Alberta wad recently married at De3 Moines and will make thai city her permanent home. The ladlea of the Riverdale friendly Hour Club are piecing 1 a quilt which, when 'completed, will r>e presented to her as a wedding gift. 'Wilfred Gteh visited several days last-week with 'his fafher, Ben Glsh. "Willie"' haft been sta* tloned at the Great liftkes ,and has finished < his basic training. Joe Jenkins also has been a visitor at the parental Ralph Lage home. Joe has been- with the national guards at Camp Dodge. There has 'been some .discussion concerning the guard units and it is thought that after Feb. 15 they will 'be discontinued. ^ Warm Morning bW. Knew fue) Ltiift bo* of stationery «•* , AftsA. . Courteous and ConflaenHat Seemans to California • iMr. and Mrs. Irvin Seemalt and children, Darlene and EUgene, will leave Monday for San'Diego, California, where Irvin will be employed by the Arden Creamery. Mrs. Seeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Byson, have moved Into the Seeman home on south Jones street. Irvin was employed at the Algona Cooperative Creamery for a number of years, 'but has been with the Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Co. . since August. Mr. ami Mrs.,Seeman have rented a furnished house in San Diego. LAKOTA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and Mrs. Kargaret Warburton were guests of the F. Gus Torines near Algona, Sunday. The Jerry Heetlanas enjoyed a short visit with their son, Ronald, who called them from Fort Ouster, Battle Creek, Mich., last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith entertained at a family dinner Sunday with the Jerry Heetlairds, Jas. Smiths, C. A. Winters and Mrs. Larry Stafford as guests. Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jen-son and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson, were Sunday dinner guests at Emll Larsons. _ f (Private Allen ErTckson has competed his training at Great Lakes and is visitng this week at the home of his father, Eric Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson recently purchased 40 acres of land adjoining their 80 acre farm from Mrs. Math. Anderson of Dunnell, Minn. 'Wallace,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and Chester, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ogerlund, were guests at a party where many of their friends enjoyed a social evening Saturday night at the Fagerlund home. Twelve women attended the last woman's project lesson at the home of Mrs. Fred McGregor last Thursday. Miss Alma Shultz, H. D. A., gave the lesson on' "Meal Planning and Gardening." Mr. anoXMrs; C. C. Gushing were surprised last Wednesday night when members of their threshing crew brought lunch and spent the evening with them. The Cushings have farmed here many years and are now quitting farming. They were presented with an electric table lamp. The Lawrence Hiesman family is moving onto the farm vacated by Jacob Petersons. The latter are retiring and moving to Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gushing held a farm sale last week Tuesday and LOST—ILady's Benrus white gold wrist watch, at Uvermore. Reward. Phone •Whittemore 2153, collect 9* moved Friday to .falfnWnt, Minn. A family named Peters of Jeffetr* s6n i* movinf .Where CtMhlnt fawned. Roy Klutfer of Lakdts and family Wilt jnove to the small acre« age where Date Reeds lived and Reeds' mdved east of town where Mayn&rd WHUeS fctrifled. OLSS AttS for Bale (FOR SALEVManchu Soybeans. $2.50. Gewnjlnat'lon 85%. Louies Goetz,'Wesley. Phone 3291. 8-9-10* the rteW , -tfoteuth ftadH* A mmtte, Algoni, towa, pr«ssivene8&*-tlse Better Papers. The best papers are made from rags, Try* new Bra Bond, 20 Ib. sub- s'tante, fbr a really fine paper. $2.70 for 600 sheets. The Algdna .Upper Moines. ' 94f iFOR SALE—Mulllns' seed , corn, also 939. Germination 95%. W. !. Taylor 1 , Case Implement Dealer, Algona Flour and Feed Bldg, 8-9* FOR SALE — Hereford bulls. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 8-9-10* iFOR SALE—fiook of 500 receipts ard duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Also a Small Ideal Junfor stamp and envelope ,molstener, 80c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9 FOR SALE — Salesbooks, original and duplicate. A sale's Slip: with every purchase. lOc each or 2 for 25c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. iFOR SALE—Poland China--fall boars. Very godd. O. E. Ely, Wesley. - ,9* FOR SALE—200. bushels Merlan variety oats'. W. A. Horsman, 3 miles so & mile west, Fenton.- 9* (FOR SALE—A few milk cows. Guernseys. Ben Bahling, IVi miles west of Burt. 9* iFOR SALE—One matched team horses, seven and nine. Also one older horse. Alphonse Berte, Bode, Iowa. 9* IFOR SALE—Good used sewing machine, $15. Good Windsor Kitchen range, $45. Steel beds with springs, $6.50. Gamble Store. 9 JUST RECEIVED a new shipment of Warm Morning coal heat* ers. $49.95 each. You i/kely are eligible to buy one,—-Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. > 3-tf . Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used.Furniture Dlnfinf room—laving room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers ,, BJustrom's Furniture ' • ' <.. 1-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, "pink, peach and. red for saltf at the Upper i Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c 3-tf YOUR pencil and typewriter carbon at the.Algona Upper Des Moines. » • /"• 9-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona : Upper Des Moines. Regular size, I5c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for SBo. 34-tf (Full line of SARGENT'S FEEDS. Also Seal of Minnesota Flour at White's Market 9 (FULL IflNE OF Henry Field's Garden and Field Seeds at White's Market. 9 tard Farm Light BattSrlea are available. Writ* 6f <!all ThdlSipson Distributing Co. In Kennedy & Parsons building', Fhotte 124, AU goha, towft. - ' '8*0 BROODER HOUSE, Insurance on brooder,, hdtisea, merchandise. Gamble Stofe. .. ...... | .. fn ...... i Ut£? yoitt home for- •sprlrig with n«w"' wallpaper, lto<K t , aeums and pamt from Gamble's. Wi; IF YOU NEED a rubber stamr for any purpose,'you .can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines,] SOc and up. , 13»-tl' LOAMS i ,<,"" We are always in the market for good, loans. See us if 'you'need a farm loan,-cattle ' loan, or money to pay your income taxed., We do a general banking business, and, ;"" invite you to use our service. Security State Bank The, .Friendly Bank FOR SALE—1941 Buick 4-door sedan. Exceptionally good condi" tion. Good rubber; well equipped Other used cars. Kirk Auto Co., First door east, Foster Furniture Co. " [EXTRA GOOD Cobbler Potatoes, 38c peck; $2.39 for 100 Ibs. White's Market. 9 iFOR SAILE-r-3 Good used coal and wood heaters; 1 Sewing machine; 2 Wood heaters; 3 Good used electric* washers; 2 Cook stoves; 1 Good used bike, balloon tires; 1 Child's high chair; 6 chairs; 2 Beds with springs; 4 Work tables; 2 oil stoves. Coast to Coast Store. 9 Wanted WOL.L BUY OR RENT: Well equipped bakery. Give all information in first letter. Write box 69, Algona. ' 9* WANTED—200 tons baled alfalfa and clover hay. W r 'te, stating condition and lowest price. Box 285, Moun-d, Minn. '9-11* WANTTED—Ride to Los Angeles. Will help drive. Phone 265-J. 9* Miscellaneous IPUBLIC DANCE —Legior Hall, Saturday evening, March 6. Don Bormann's 5-piece iband. Sponsored by Algona Town-send Club No. 1. 9* DWELLING LOANS refinanced to advantage; long, term low rates See Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association. Algona. B-tl SHE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —Bradley Bros. 1-tf ORDER YOUR CHICKS now by mail. Or telephone-collect on 300 or more. Started chicks on hand. It will pay you to see them. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 0-tf The Finest Value in 100% Pure Worsted SUITS In this Section of Iowa 8ty f b and Double Blasted Year 'round Patterns Tailored up to our Standard. A GRAND SELECTION. 35 00 When they are gone BIG VARIETIES OF RATIONED FOODS ON HAND AT YOUR A&P SELF SERVICE FOOD STORE Note these big values In rationed foods. And remember, please, this Is only a partial list of the wide assortment awaiting your selection alt A&P Self Service Food Store. Now, as before, you shop Irani snelves, bins and displays, servitig yoursfolf as you make selections at your* A&P Self Service Siore. And alongside our price tags thalt tell the cost of each Item, we'vtt in/stalled ration-point tags for rationed foods to tell you at » glance the points required for their purchases (see illustration at left). This makes it easy fort you to make comparison^ of the "point-cost" of each rationed'food, just as you now make price comparisons. This will help you make the tfest selections for your ration points*. When you finiph your shopping for Ali, foods, you do as) you have always done: Simply go to-a'check-out stand'where you pay your ration points for ttationed foods and casn for your total purchase. RATION POINTS TAG RATIONED ITEMS Canned and Bottled Sultana U'apcy A&P Baked Goods Are Not Rationed Come to A&3E*a Baked Goods Department for 'a wonderful variety of delicious cakes, donuts and hreads—all baked to the highest standard from the finest ingredients. Here you can choose your family favorites . .. without spending a, single ration- point. A&P Enriched White Bread full 1% MARVEL Ib. loaf A&P Baker's Delicious Bolls Pkg. | M_ PARKER HOUSE of 12 I *C Jane Parker 'Completely Iced Cake layer MB ORANGE CR'NGH 20 oz. WVU Jane Parker Combination''Pack Doz. i Q DONUTS Ctn. IOC A&P GaraiAel Pkg. MM PECAN ROLLS of 8 £Wto Jane Parker Apple Raspberry JEIXiY ROLLS A&P Poppy Seed 16 oz. |f| A VIENNA BREAD loaf IUC BEANS lona Brand DICED BEETS lona Brand SLICED BEETS A&P Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN , lona Cream Style WHITE CORN Snider 1 * PEAS & CARROTS lona Early Juno ALASKA PEAS 'Brandywine Sliced MUSHROOMS . lona Brand SPINACH lona Brand TOMATOES lona Halves APRICOTS A&P Brand APPLE SAUCE Dromedary CRANBTRY SAUCE Donald Duck GRAPEFRUIT TEXAS—Size 06 GRAPEFRUIT 10 FOR 35C Vit B14-, C-f+- CALIFORNIA—Size 176 ORANGES Vit B1+, C++ TEXAS CARROTS 2 BUNCHES I SO Vit. A++, B1+, C+ WINESAP APPLES 2 LBS. 25c Vitamin C+ Unrationed Dairy Products! From Nearby Farms lona Brand Siloed PEACHES Del Monte Hvs or 811. PEACHES lona Bartlett PEARS A&P Crushed PINEAPPPLE A&P Brand PRUNE PLUMS Sun Sweet Brand PRUNE JUICE A&FTancy GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Real Gold Brand ORANGE JUICE A&P Fancy GRAPE JUICE lona Brtand TOMATO JUICE Campbell's TOMATO JUICE Mixed Vog- 'Juice V-8 OOCKTAOi v FRESH EGGS Doz. Ctn. N (Vitamins A, B, D & G Mild American Ql" LONGHORN CHEESE IbVWlf Vitamins A & G Fresh Qplorefl CHEDDAR jlHrcHSFi lb Vitamins A & G Yellow, Cured / MIDGET CHEESE. A ft G \ Clappfa or Libby'9 BABY FOOD, Strained Gerber's Asstd. .. BABY FOOD, Strained Conj- talner Size No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 1 Ib. No. 2 oz. No. 2 No. 2 No. No. 2 1,6 oz. No. 2 No. No. No. No. No. hot. No. 2 12 oz, qt. hot. 24 oz. 14oz. No. 2 Mb4oz Ilb4oz Ilb4oz Mb4oz lib. Ilb4oz oz 1 Ib 2 oz llbSoz Ilbl3oz Ilb4oz lib Ilb4oz Ilbl4oz Ilbl4oz Ilbl3oz Ilbl4oz llbHoz 12 oz Ilb2oz 12 oz 2 Ibs llbSoz 14 oz Ilb2oz Retail Price', 22c 2-23c 2-35c 12c lie lie 2-43c24 lOc 2-29c 21c 24c 23c 23c 23c 2-15c 26c II ea. 1 ea. 10 M ea. 8 Oapp'B BABV FOOD, Chopped aerber'* BABY FOOD, Chopped Campbells W Vartetlea 8oz. < 15 oz, Ann Page TOMAfEO KETCHUf Stomp NP V U, from No. 1 N9W flood for RAISINS Santa Clara 80-9Q 8 poiuids SUGAR 3>«2U California Size 6 Head lettuce

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