The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1943 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 25, 1943
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

,*** 4," :\The Algona Vn , i "'• "^ , ', "Uvv- v 'l ' W'f L^XfV^y.'',! 4* V '" • • . - '•' ; •';•.-•-' . '; rii;•-;;.-H RED CROSS DRIVE IN LEDYARD TOPS QUOTA BY $28.00 Ledyard—The residents and business men of Ledyard are to be •commended on the fine showing they made In the recent Red Cross War Fund Drive. A total of $168.75 Was collected. This figure was gratifying, considering that the quota had been set at $130.00. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pengel were «allers at Swea City on Monday. Mrs. Fred Darnell had the misfortune of breaking her ankle on Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner of Burt spent the week-end at the parental Asa Warner home. (Mrs. Albert Brand visited her aunt, Mrs. H. L. Metz, at Blue Earth on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lange and Helen of Elmore were Sunday visitors at the Max Nitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and Barbara were Sunday visitors at Woden with Mrs. Nitz's father, Wra. Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. August Klocke of Lnkota visited with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke, Thursday afternoon. Ledyard friends of R. K. Canary, former station agent here, received word that he is now located in Elgin, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Christ and daughter, Eunice of Forest City were Sunday dinner guests at the August Gabel home. BROODER HOUSES Brooder Stoves and Chicks INSURED FOR FIRE, LIGHTNING AND WIND. RATES L. S. Bohannon Over S. & L. Dep't Slore. A farewell party waa held at the Asa Warner home In honor of Harold, who is Inducted in the Army and leaves Monday evening. Mrs. J. R. MoNiirMey, formerly Mary Ellen McDonald, and- baby came the first of last -week *or a few days visit at the parental McDonald home, Berriice Smith came back iso .teach school on\Monday. Miss Smith lias been srone^bn account of the Illness of her father, who was in Rochester, but Is somewhat better at this time. There will be a special meeting of the Red Cross on April 7th at the town hall in Ledyard. There will be election of officers for four townships — Springfield, Hebron, Grant and Ledyard for a chairman, vi-ce-chairman, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Zerfass of Algona, county chairman, will be the sneaker. All Red Cross members sliould attend as this is a very special meetinK. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were Sunday guests at the Mrs. Peter Thompson home in Luverne. Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove, Allen Thompsons of Livermore and Mrs. M. Peitzke, Livermore, were also guests and in the evening the C. R. Masons, Algona and Geo. H. Thompson were guests of the Jennie and Lottie Masons, Luverne, where a family reunion was held for Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mason, who are leavinsf for California for a visit with relatives. Four Corner News Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meyers and family of Ringsted were last Sunday dinner guests at the John Sabin home. The Lewis Lowmans of Fenton and the Art Alexanders of Algona were Sunday callers at the Lyle Alexander home The Mothers and Daughters Four Corner Club will meet April 1st at the Evelyn McNeill home with Rena Cruickshank assisting hostess. Song, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie"; roll call, April fool jokes. The program committee is Clara Orayton and Elsia Lindeman. Sunday callers in Four Corners neighborhood were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham at the Chet Robinson home; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and son at the Arie Dittemer home; Mr. and Mrs. Bjustrom and two daughters at the Cecil Bjustrom home; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and son at the Howard Lowman home and L. J. Lowman spent Sunday at the Everett Witham home. Farmers DQ YOU NEED Steel Fencing? You Have to Botsford Phone 256 We have a limited amount of Woven Wire Fence and Barb Wire. .^.._ ' You don't have to go before the County War Board to get a permit. Sign For It Here! Lumber Co. Jim Pool Chick Supplies 2-ft. Chicken Feeders 20c 3-ft. Chicken Feeders . 25c 3-ft. Wood Chicken Feeders $1.10 4-ft. Wood Chicken Feeders $1.35 Glass Fountain Bases 10c 1 Gal. Fountains 39c Lawn Grass Seed, Ib. 39c Af| e CAN OF SCREEN ENAMEL | A c 4U For Only— IV With Every Quart of Pittsburg Paint WE ALSO CABBY PUBE UNSEED OIL AND Titonka Vicinity New .Items Kohlhaas Hardware Mrs. C. B. Egesdal of Rake called on Mrs. James McColley ahd the new baby last-week. Mrs. John Grohn of Rock Rapids was an over-night visitor here With her aunt, Mrs. Marie Sathoff, Saturday. Edgar Thomas, of Luverne, was a week-end visitor with his sister, Marian, Who is employed at the Wilson cafe. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Diinmlre and Mr. and Mrs. Julius TescH enjoyed a pheasant dinner at the Edward Sathoffs Sunday. Mrs. John Groen of Rock Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop were dinner guests at the Dick B. Meyers home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Ed Ites and family and Mrs. Josh Ailts were dinner guests at the /Honno Allts home Sunday in honor of Eddie Ailts' birthday. _ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats and Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrands attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Wagner at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Harm JKettwick and Herman returned Sunday evening from Waterloo, where they spent the week-end with Bernice Spear, who ,s employed there. Mr. .and Mrs .John S. Rlppentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer •ook Mrs. John Groen to Buffalo Center and they .all enjoyed supper Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and family. . Keith, the 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burns, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona Saturday night. He had been suffering Tom an earache for several days jut was improved some Sunday. Mrs. Marie Sathoff and Mr. and VTrs. John Bockelman were Sun- day visitors at the' John X. Rlppen trop home. Saturday fisttofs theriS were Mrs. John Groen of jRock Rapids and Mr. ahd Mrs. H. B. Mejrer. Mrs. J. J. Budlong .find daugh ters, Hazel and (Edith,, of Hampton were dinner guests &t the Roy Budlong home Sunday. Mrs, Budlong has been with her daughter the past three months but she tfrill remain In Titonka now in her home for the summer months. Benjamin and Rjcliasd Meyer spent the week-end With their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tappen. Sunday evening guests at the Tappen home were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rlppentrop and children of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer.' Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson entertained Mrs. Mary Michaelson, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelson 'and son and James McColley and children Sunday in honor of Private Donald Michaelson, who was home over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson and Mrs. Mary Mary Michaelson and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelson took Donald to Mankato Sunday evening, where he took a bus for Camp McCoy, Wls. Miss Jennie Rlppentrop was pleasantly surprised last Friday evening, March 19, when she was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the Stephen Tjaden home near Woden. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neeland of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs. John E. Sleper and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper and family of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rippentrop and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and George Rippentrop and children. After opening gifts a delicious lunch was served. West Bend Vicinity New£ Items Mrs. Myron Boos spent Tuesday wRh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. leal, at Rolfe. Mrs. Peter H. Bangert of Ashton was a visitor last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. W. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice and children visited at the Claude Miler home near Plover Thursday evening. Cpl. Bob Brown, who is attending a school in Kansas City, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and tfrs. Alvin Brown. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Boos of Colo, !owa, spent Wednesday visiting the 'ormer's father, J. T.- Boos, and hid >rother, Myron and family. Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley, teacher n the Kanawha school, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. MoFarland. Sgt. Otto Schaffer returned 10 Moody Field, Ga., Monday after spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Schaffer. Miss Mary Jane Crisman, instruc. tor of commercial and dramatics'at Brighton, Iowa, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs.- Grace Crisman, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin -Bonnstetter were born on the same date, March llth, and their son, Larry, was born March 8th. To properly celebrate they invited a few people to their farm home Thursday evening. A very pleasant evening was reported. Clarence Krug, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Krug, returned from Corydon, Iowa, where he has been working the past winter. He left Wednesday morning for Des Moines where he was sworn in for armed service. He will be inducted March 24th. \ Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anlicker of Primghar'visited at the E. D. Anlicker home and with other relatives Saturday. Mrs. Anlicker, Mrs. Walton Falb and Mrs. George Montag left Sunday by bus for Rochester, Minn., to have a check-up on their health. Mr. and Mrs. Henry'J. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jurgens, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Perki-ns and Verle and Eldon Perkins attended the funeral of Mrs. Harley Perkins, held at the Lutheran church 'at Council Bluffs, Iowa Sunday, March 14th. Mrs. Charlene Neal came from Indianapolis, Ind., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. 'Munson. Mrs. Neal returned to Indianapolis Monday, where she is in the employ of the Indiana Bell Telephone, Company as long distance operator. Her friend, Miss Helen Nelson, of Algona visited her Wednesday. LUVEBNE NEWS v Swea-Eagle News Miss Betty McGuire was a guest at the C. B. Huff home over the week-end. Mrs. Aaron Stuessy went to Ackley Thursday to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Heinie are the parents Of a girl born Friday, Mar. 19. They now have one boy and two girls. ' ' Phyllis Lichty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty, was an over- Sunday visitor with her parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son, Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hints and son, Livermore, were .visiting relatives here Sunday. Lauren Johnson, social science teacher in the local school has resigned, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman will fill the vacancy until the end of the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Toohey and three children and the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Toohey, moved to Bancroft last week, where Mr. Toohey has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause have had as their guest the past week the latter's brother, Earl Lamb, who had a ten day furlough. Mr. Lamb is Motor Transport Instructor at Camp Custer, Mich. Ensign. Walter Peterson and his bride, who have been spending their honeymoon with friends here and with his parents at Roland, have returned to San Diego,. Calif. They were house guests at the S. R. Baker home. Doris Dehnert, who is attending a business colleee in Mason City, visited at the parental Dehnert home Sunday. She won a pri-ze for writing her signature the best of any in her class—a box of stationery engraved with her signature. Mrs. Nelle O'Connel, Marilyn and Maurine, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis and their daughter and the latter's daughters and latter's uncle, Geo. Smith, all of Humboldt, went to Hardy Sunday to visit Ike Smith, who is very ill of a heart ailment. Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh has returned from a trip to Spokane, where she attended the funeral of a brother, Helenaik, of Spokane. The Wad- leighs recently returned from Algona, where they spent the winter months, to their farm north of town. Simon Ellifritz returned Friday from his annual visit with a daughter at Bunker Hill, HI. The town is located near St. Louis and he spends the winter months there, but the past winter there was cold and disagreeable and he was glad to get back where the sun was shining. Hie is past 80 and makes his home during the summer months with als son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellefritz. A. H. Foth left Monday for Prove, Utah, where he will work in a defense plant. Elizabeth Cogley, R~N., of Waterloo ( spent the week-end visttins her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy returned Friday from Dubuque, where they spent a visit with relatives and friends. ' Mrs. Wilbur Fox entertained a number of children at. a party for her daughter, Joan, Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were^ held here Saturday afternoon for John Clement, who died last Wednesday In Heding, N. D. Wm. Schiltz of Chicago came Saturday for a visit here with relatives, before, reporting for army duty March 26th. Mrs. J. P. Mousel returned here Saturday from Ottumwa, . where she has spent the past three months with her daughter. Albert Nemmers, who has received an honorable discharge frorr the U. S. Army, spent the week-end visitins at the L. J. Nemmers- home here. Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert Schiltz entertained at a party Sunday eve- ni'ng at their home in honor of Homer McCarthy, who left Monday for the Marines. A very large crowd attended the skit "What Next?" and the three- act operetta 'Tom Sawyer," presented by the grade children of St John's Sunday evening, . in honor of Rev. J. H. Schulte. Sunday dinner fe'uests at the Alfred Ditsworth home were: Mr. and Mrs. Orland Ditsworth and daughter, Barbara and Mrs. Melvin Ditsworth of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Elmer Keller and Janet of 'Austin, Minn Mrs. Keller and Janet remained for a longer visit here. N. J. Merrill was seriously in- jurod Friday afternoon when a shotgun accidentally, discharged and took his Jeft cheek off. He was rushed to the Kossuth hospital iu where be is recovering. SWEA CITY NEWS Portland a* .v , TimDAY AFTERNOON * The Portland Service Club Wiet ith Mrs. Peter Atfeftd Saturday afternoon. OSleven attended and poems' *nd short story booklets' were made to send <to Red Cross hespitafa, The pupils and teacher Mid* Catherine WOlf, at achbol No. 6, are thanked kindly fbr making and contributing tout nice booklets for the olub. An Interesting letter from Lt.-Col. LutHer Fairbanks was read by Catherine Wolf, which told of some of hla <wark ttnd thanked the club for a birthday gift.- This fe one small way the club remembers all of the boys from the township. Names of the soldiers were drawn and letters will be written to them, At this meeting each drew four names. Lunch was served. • Gladys Speltiher of BUrt was entertained Sunday (at Earl Millers. Margaret Ringsdorfy employed in Algona, spent Sunday with her parentA toerfc- Mr. and Mrs. Bert StcCorkle of Algona were Sunday guests at Ray MeWhoriera. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke visited their granddaughter, Shirley Harvey, Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Shirley underwent an appendectomy last week Friday and Is recovering nicely. Bobby Jandl was fourteen years old Sunday, March 21st, and his mother, Mrs. Anthony Jandl, served, dinner to the Mennett Trunkhill, and Clarence Diers families and Mr. and. Mrs. Hanford Brock. , |s —Mrs. George Larson came home last Friday from Rochester. She had been there nearly four weeks taking: treatments. She is not to do any work for three months. As she is a very active person it will not be easy not to work. . . • MeMn 1*. Baas, first class seaman, returned to California Monday, after several weeks here with relatives. Melvin is one- of the outstanding boys in' the' service. He Is only 20 year of age and has been in navy engagements in the Pacific and was at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941. Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonkofske and two sons of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Meyer. 'Lowell Larson and Edw. Anderson accompanied Supt. and Mrs. Schular to Des Moines Friday, returning Sunday. They attended tha state basketball tournament Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson Jr. of Omaha were week-end visitors at the parental Harry Linde home. Mr. Peterson came here to see his brother,' LeRoy Peterson, who leaves this week for army service. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey are parents of a son born Saturday, March 20. They have another child, a daughter, Dianne. Mrs. Hovey and baby are at Forbes hospital. Dianne is staying with her maternal grandparents, the Wm. Meyers. Two Pair The birth of twin girls makes two sets of twins In the Jack Clark family of Chariton. The older twins are now over three years old. ' y, Lift* • Hie* Kto ',*»*,* * Winkle gorf 1& Winklo/^f. JdMaKUiitu ailccLf wi lUfin* **ews ww* assigned to that fttfiftttHfttiM: CMt- er for his basic ttainHilf.. Hospital News KOMtith March 1S-J. N. Merrill, Bancroft, gun accident! Mrs. Carrie Brickson, .Algona, fracture) Shirley Harvey, Algona/ surgical. , March 20 — Norbert Ewderes, Bode, surgical; Gary Ackermanj Algona, medical; John Nielsen, Algona, medical. March 21—'Keith Bruns, Titonka, medical. March- 22—Mrs. Paiil James, Algona, surgical;*Betty Jane -Lee, Algona, surgical; MM. Donald Akre, Algona, girl; Viola Bietz, Algona, surgical. ' . March 23—Mrs. Robt, Black, AU gona, medical; Ralph Reimers, Armstrong, • accident, General Hospital March 1&—J. P. Stevert, Burt, medical. v ~ March 19—Mrs. Ed Juchem, Wesley, boy. • ' i March 22—Herbert Haas, Algona, surgical. 'March 23—Mrs. Donald BurhoW, Swea City, medical. ..- hafts, $Mtm 42, Alters. , , - -.A-.. . ..1 — -m--..m H — .....I..I iLtgy. hew felcwe*. -Kossuth Radio & Electric) A'lgdna. 10^ ... '.... ^ J^H FOR DURABtLlTY - pressiVeneas -*• Use Better, papers. The best pftpers are 'Jnade 1 from rags, fry new Bra Bond, 20 Ib. aub- staiwe, fdr a really fine paper. $2.70 for 600 sheets. The ^Algona upper Des Moines., ' . »*" JUST RBXJEaVfiD a rt«W ment of Warm Morning doal hfeat- ers. $49.95 each. Y6u likely ate eligible to btfy one.—Raesly UK.YI- ber Co. Phone'234. 8-tf Exchange Dept, Basement ' Good Used Fti-niture Dining room—Llvinf room, suites Breakfast sets,- Buffets, Radios and Washers , - BJustromX Furniture ' ^ 1-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, pihk, peach and red for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 26c. 3-tf BUY YOUR pencil and typewriter Carbon at the'Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf The,-.annual American Legion Birthday Party, sponsored by the Auxiliary, was held 'Friday night at the W. R. Wolfe home. 606 was played at three'tables. E. C. FaUer- by and Mrs. George Jorgenson won the hfgh score honbrsY Mr. Fauerby was also awarded the travel prize. Charles William, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Blerstedt, was baptized Sunday mo'rnlng at the Falrvllle church. Sponsors were Wilfred Blerstedt and Mrs. Paul Voigt. A dinner In honor of the occasion was given at the Herman Haack home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt were guests. Tech. Sgt. and Mrs .Harry Tunge, who have 'been visiting at the parental John 'Finnestad home and with other relatives here, and with relatives of Mr. Tunge at Sioux Falls, S. D. ( left for their home Wednesday at Santa Ana, Calit, and were accompanied there by Mrs. Tunge's cousin, Marian "Fta- nestad, who will make an extended visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Prince Romingef, Mrs. Frank Schattschnelder, Darlene and Eugene, and Virginia Hengel, all of Des Moines, and Art' Hengel, who has been stationed at Camp White, Oregon, and arrived in Des Moines Wednesday, arrived here Friday evening for a visit wijth their mother, Mrs. Jake Bengal, and other relatives. The Des Moines people returned to Des Moines on Tuesday. Virginia Hengel, a • student at AXB. in Des Molnea, visited her parents, the Richard Hengels. ' For Baptism IVirginie Rae Anderson, the six months old baby daughter of Lieut, and Mrs. G. R. Anderson was re- cejiUy brought from. Orfegon to Griswold by plane where she was baptized. Four generations of the family were present at the baptismal services. , The baby will stay with he r grandparents until her parents are able to return home. —OFFICIAL AOENC* —Buy Your War Bonds and Stamps at Algona Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Courteous v and - Confidential Service. - ' f-tf BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. MCnfljW fuel satisfaction.—Raesjy Lumber Co,, Get Yoi<r Genufntf > I Henry Field Seeds NOW! ^ While Supplies Lost White's Market Phono ,631 , E. State St. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25e for IS words or less., When paid with order, 2o"per word; when charged, So per wort, Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic per. word commission, For Sale FOR SAiLE—Hereford bulls. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 11-12-13* FOR SALE—Used corn planter. In fairly good condition. Bernard O'Brien, Burt. 12* FOR SALE—My saxophones. Going in service is reason for selling. One Conn alto with case, $45; one Soprano with case, $35. Can be seen at 1528 Floral Avenue or write P. O. Box 464, Fort' Dodee, Iowa. 12 "iFOR SALE—Modern cottage at $2500; also modern house, $2000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Insurance. 12 FOR SALE—1936 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Richard Bristow, Burt, Iowa, 12* FOR SALE—18-32 Case tractor. Thoroughly overhauled, new cylinders and pistons. Bargain. Leo Lichter, Algona. 12) •FOR SALE—Good Shorthorn milk cow, fresh one week. Edw, Arend, 3 mi. so. Sexton, • 12* FOR SALE—Two bottom 12" McCormick-Deering Pl°w. Kenneth Brandow, Algona. 12* FOR SALE—Two sets back pad harness. Good condition. William Hanover, Wbittemore. 12* Ladies Guild will meet Friday afternoon. Election of officers wtt be held and a covered*dish lunch served. Mrs. J. E. Vaux returned Monday from Camp Crowder where she had vistted her husband over the week-end. Mrs. John H. Anderson returned Saturday from Ames where she had attended the graduation of her son, Orville, who has completed a veterinarian course- Household goods of Mrs. Margaret Warburton, of Lakota, were brought to her home in Swea City l&st week for storage. It is understood Mrs. Warburton has accepted a teaching position near Des Moines. . (Mrs. Ernest Witte.and children Rockwell visited over tie we**-e with her father, R. H. Walker, and two sisteis, Mr«. 4- FOR SALE—Bay horse. Good, sound work horse, wt. 1600 Ibs. Seven years old. Joe Stattelman. Four ml. north, 1% ml. west Bode. * FOR SALE 160 acres, unimproved, close to Lone Rock. Raised 6600 bu. corn in 1942 and other crops. Price $11,000. Can be bought wjtb a $2200 down payment, long tijne on balance. 160 acres good land and buildings near Burt, $180. - " -• • ' 160 acres, improved, closed to Algona. Some per. pasture. IUO. Electricity available. ' 160 acres close to Wbittemore. Good buildings, electricity, $126, See me about other farms and farm loans. Bdw; Capeeius - Algona, Joww 12 FOR "&4JW5-Timothy seed. Cur- ity 9«.B#, Germination 97%+. 7c Ib. Phone 2S09, Bode. Julius Cap.es- ius,' ' • 11-11* SALE — pa} and dwpfrte. A «ajle» **!*? 25c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—Book oMSOO receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50- Also a small ideal Junior stamp and envelope moiatener, 80c. The Algona Upper 'Des Moines. 9tf Wanted , WANTED—Used wheel chair in good condition. Box 244, Swea City, Iowa. 12 (WANTED—Housekeeper for two adults, father and son. W. H. Payne Ledyard. . '. n * WANTED—Middle aged woman dishwasher. Hotel Algona. WANTED—fPo trade good kerosene stove brooder for electric brooder. Leander Seefeld, Phone 223, Wesley. ~ WANTED—A young lady for store work. Leave name and address at Upper 'Des Moines office Work can begin at once. 12-13 WANTED—Married man at once $90 and extras per month. Also single man wanted. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, 12" iWANTED—To rent five or six room modern house with garden Phone 829. 12 WANTED—Married or single man for general farmins. Stanley Larsqn, Titonka. / For Bent iFOR RENT—(Plve room house partly modern. TWP lots, garden space. Possession April 1. Inquire 509 W. College, . • iFOR RENT—The Genrich modern dpwflitelrs apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Available now. $20 per month, p. O. MO»T lux. flwiwflWp^WTW' Wr wV ^WW OVERCOATS exchanged at Ban croft dance, jjojtlfy Harold ~Ander son, Burt, or Bra^le/s, 'Bancroft. • ,- T 12* PJROMSPT Radios repaired in tlnwtes. , CaJJ 2*2, IGET YOUft typewriter and add- ng machine/ribbons at the Algona 1 Jpper Des Moines. . ,4-tf IP YOU NEED a rubber stamp 'or any purpose, you can order them It You Want to Bat— You'll Have to . GROW YOUR OWN FOOD Home Mf tJUMMW Loin H&L0W imuL> iftt ^A^j^^t,-'- *>J- "i -A'* Hats CHRISCHILLES Get. "that Spring Ceding" with a smart new bonnet, • Wo have dozens of new ones In both felts and straws and you'll feel-like a "new^woirian" If you wear a Chrlschilles hat There are brims and turbans .and lots, and lots of flowers— everything to intrigue and fascinate you. Come in this week and see the Spring milliner)-. Spring is Just around that nearest corner./ \ $2,95 T0 $6.50 Suits Are Good -AND- We Have Them -if is suit* will »olye yo,w nomical wax. We are All sizes are letter are from \ . t! u

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free