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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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^-;frte > FORMER BANCROFT COACH WEDS MARY BERNICE WILLIAMS (Bancroft—Second Lieutenant V J. Meyers and Mary Bernice Williams, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, were married Friday morning at 7 o'clock In St. John's church, with Rev. J. H. Schultcs officiating. The bride wore a gold street length dress with brown accessories and her attendant wore brown. The groom wore his military uniform. After the wedding a 10 o'clock breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Finnell have sold their home here to P. J. Schiltz. Mrs. Joe Fox returned last week from Iowa City where she has been a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner are the parents of a daughter born last Monday. Corporal Alphonse Weber, of New Boston, New Hampshire, is spending a furlough here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dixon have purchased the house and lot where the Jelderb Bros, are living. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hurlburt are the parents of a daughter born last week. She has been named ttfancy Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brenna and Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Manning spent last Wednesda visiting at the N. J. Merrill horn Evelyn and Wilma Peterson, wh are staying in Minneapolis, cam Friday evening to spend ten day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs William Peterson. Miss Helen M. Long, of Bancrof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Long enlisted in the WAVES last wee" at the Spencer recruiting office She returned home to await fur ther orders. Sunday dinner guests at the Pa Hynes home were Mr. and Mrs Gerald Hutchinson and family o Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hyne and family of Curlew, Mr. and Mts Leander Vaske and Pat, and Mr and Mrs. George Dorweiler i family. Lawrence Deitering, son of Mr and Mrs. H. J. Deitering, arrive' home Sunday from Hawaii wher he has been in the navy for the pas 26 months. He will leave here on April 3 for Natchitoches, Louisi ana, where he will attend a pre flight school for three months. Rev. N. J. Becker, W. A. Murray Don Froehle, Tommy Fath, Billj Deitering, Tommy Murray, Jo Schneider, Frank Kramer, Dick Garry, Vince Nurre, John Devine Billy Fuchs, John Saunders an John Murray spent Friday an Saturday in Des Moines attending the basketball tournament. A very large audience attends the play, "The Upper Room," stage in St. John's hall Sunday evening by the senior class with some role played by other classmen. Thos who took part in the play wer Edeen Lieurance, Dennis Ells becker, Vincent Nurre, Harol Droessler, Harold Hatten, Jo Schneider, George Droessler, Do: Froehle, Bob Ouchs, Rosemar; Coyne, Elizabeth Shay and Dolore Schiltz. Fenton Elevator Does Half Million Business in 1942 Fenton—The Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company's annua r meeting was held Saturday afternoon at the gymnasium. R. M Hall, of Clear Lake, was the speaker for the occasion. E. J. Frank, Paul Nemit and John Light were re-elected directors for the coming three years. Following this an organization meeting of the board of directors was held and E. J. Frank was re-elected president, H. H. Dreyer vice president and A. H. Meyers secretary. Trte annual report showed the company as having done a half million dollar business the past year with a net profit of $34,248. MRS. SHELBY WEISBROD HONOREE AT SHOWER Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod was the lonoree at a shower on Friday night at the Alvin Zumach home. Quests were members of the U- Deal-Em Bridge Club, of which she s a member and Mesdames John Newel, Lester Weisbrod, Itoeber, Wilfred Stoeber, O. F. H. P. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. A. W. Dimler and daughter Vera were visiting over the week end with two older daughters, Shir ley and Cathryn, employed in Des Moines. Norma Stripling and Marlyn Nielsen spent the week-end at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Emory, near St Benedict. Mrs. Willard Sanford and baby, Larry left Friday evening for Medford, Ore., for a visit with her husband, who is stationed at Camp White near there. Mrs. W. H. Ellis was called to Humboldt Friday to help in caring for her granddaughter, Marilyn O'Connell, who was threatened with pneumonia. She is better at this writing but still confined to her bed. The Progresive club sponsored a 600-bridge party Monday evening of last week at the community hall There was a good attendance and some $18.00 was realized, which will go for some community project. Lunch was served. Mrs. Louis Wittenburg was called to Springfield, 111., Thursday on account of the death of a brother. The Rev. Wittenburg left immediately after church service Sunday to attend the funeral, which was held Monday. Kenneth and Nadine accompanied him. They expected to return Thursday. The engagement and approaching marriage of Virgil Mason, a former LuVerne boy has been announced. It reads, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bishop of Charles City announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, to Aviation Cadet Virgil >E. Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mason, Charles City. Miss Glorine Stephens, instructor in the Sheffield schools, visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Knopf and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thiel. The latter, an instructor in the Cumberland schools, were guests at the Knopf home from Friday until Sunday evening. The Rev. C. C. Richardson, Presbyterian pastor of Algona and Moderator for the Ft. Dodge district, will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit in LuVerne next Sunday evening. He will be accompanied by a group of singers, who will present some special numbers and lead in the congregational singing. All are cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ldchty were •called to Toledo Tuesday on account of the death of his aged aunt, Mrs. Clara Johnston, formerly of Des Moines. She had visited in Lu- Verne several times at the home of her niece, Grace Lichty and her several nephews and had many friends here. Grace Lichty and Harry Lichty accompanied them. The LuVerne schools were represented at the county wide spelling contest at Algona Saturday by William Kisch, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Willam Kisch, with Earl Gronbach as alternate. The Lutheran Church Pay school was represented by Barbara Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Ernest Meyer, with Bob- Newel and Chas. Newel. Bridge ivas played at four tables with Mrs. <". P. Newel winning high score lonors and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, second high. Mrs. Everett Dreyer received the door prize. Hostesses were Mesdames C. H. Theesfield, Alvin Zumach and J. A. Mueller. SIMON KIPFERS ENTERTAIN SERVICE SON, SON-IN-LAW Chief Petty Officer Loren Kipfer of the navy and stationed at San Francisco, is enjoying a 14-days furlough at the parental Simon Kipfer home. Also Lieut, and Mrs. E. J. Capesius of Oglethorpe, Ga., have been visiting at the Kipfer home and with relatives at Algona.. Lieut. Capesius returned Saturday while Mrs. Capesius will remain here for a two weeks' wisit. On Thursday evening the birthdays of Loren, (Herschel and Gary Lee Kipfer and Mrs. Capesius, formerly Carolyn Kipfer, were celebrated at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, Dr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel, all of Algona, Mrs. Jim Tornabane and daughter of Fort Dodge and Loren Kipfer of San Francisco and Lieut, and Mrs. Capesius of Oglethorpe, Georgia. •Dale; Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Schmidt, Arthur and Edith and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Huskarnp, Janice and Billy of Swea City. Five hundred was played and high prize went to Wm. Elmers and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and low to Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Henry Uthof. Elvln Huskamp received the travel prize. OHRISTIANSON'S OBSERVE 24TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. August Christianson were pleasantly surprised on Friday evening when relatives and neighbors gathered at their home to help celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oskvlg and family; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benson and family; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Metz and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Henningen and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jungewik, all of the Ringsted vicinity; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klnnander and two sons of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Marlpy Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Halvorson and Sharon Kay of Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nlelson and family of Granada, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius, 'Engel Torkelson and Edith Porter. The evening was spent socially after which served. lunch was SGT. MAYNARD MUELLER- HONORED AT PARTY FRIDAY Tech. Sgt. Maynard Mueller was honored again on Friday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mueller. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller and David; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elmers and Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Hans .Hanson ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uthof, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thilges; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and son; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Luverne and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwicfcl of Ti- :onka, visited Sunday at the Fred Kluse home. Frank Bailey and Holley spent Sunday in Armstrong at the Dr. A. Whitlow home. Edith Laage of Des Moines, was visiting over the week-end at the parental C. F. C. Laage home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were dinner guests Sunday at the Chas. Schemmel home, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt and family of Lakota were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Jentz home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Harms of West Bend were Sunday night visitors of Mrs. Herbert Rossiter and the H. H. Dreyers. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mueller and son, Tech. Sgt. Maynard visited at the A. J. Northwick home near Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday. LaVonne Newel, who attends the State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at the parental Chas. Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod visited Ralph Reimers, a nephew of Mrs. Weisbrod, at Kossuth hospital in Algona Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Geinert of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz were Saturday evening supper guests at Ernest Rosseisens'. Shirley Frank of Des Moines, and Rock. by Meyer, son of Mrs. Raymonc Meyer, alternate. Mrs. Alex Evans and little daugh ter, Marilyn of Manson were visiting former friends here Saturday In the afternoon Mrs. Geo. Tiede entertained in her honor at two tables of bridge. Mrs. Hugh ShirK won high and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert low. A dainty lunch was served The Evans were guests of the J. L. Lichtys for dinner Saturday evening. Other dinner guests were Miss Dorothy Devick and Mrs Irvin Chapman. The Tuesday club met last week Tuesday at the home of Miss Hulda Fritzmeier with a good attendance. Roll call was answered with something about the Bill of Rights. Mrs. Flay Stone spoke on Parliamentary Law and was presented with a corsage. Mrs. Paul Phillips, Mrs. Gottieb Hanselman and Mrs. Elsie Steussy were guests. It was Anna Woito's birthday and she was honored with a birthday cake.-Lunch vas served by the hostess. Mrs. Nellie Gregory, 86 years old, ms been very ill the past week and icr daughter, Mrs. Charles Thompon of Walthman, Minn., came Sunday to assist Mrs. Daisy Rentz n caring for her. Other visitors at he Gregory-Rentz home Sunday vere Mrs. Laurence Martin and daughter, Clarmont, Minn., .Mrs. Arthur Hanna, Manley, Mr. and Vfrs . Alvin Thompson, Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Thompon, Clear Lake, all grandchildren tf Mrs. Gregory. From the Files Barbara Prank, student at the State Teachers College, Oedar Falls, spent the week-end at the parental E. J, Frank home. Gloria and Wanda Wallace wel-e dinner guests Sunday and spent the afternoon with Anna Rae and Marilyn Mae Weisbrod, It being the latter's ninth birthday. iMr. and Mrs. Andrew Kading and Hilda, Mrs. John Seegebarth and Lydla and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zweifel were Sunday evening callers at th.e Ernest Rosselsen home. Marie Mitchell attended the teachers' convention In Mason City on Friday and spent the remainder of the week-end with her sister, Arlene, who Is employed in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nebltz and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and Robert spent Sunday at the Hugo Mittag home In Truesdale. They helped celebrate Dennis Mittag's 3d birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mueller and son. Tech. Srgt. Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thllges drove to Boone Monday and Maynard left for the Merced Flying School at | Algona. Merced, California. Leona Baago of Mason Clt spent the week end at the parenta Hans Baago home. Leona was re ycently inducted into the WAVE but will remain in Mason City un til she receives her call for train ing. Derwood Elgler of Cedar Rapid came Saturday for a brief vlsi with home folks and on Sunday re turned, accompanied by Mrs Eigler and son John who had bee: visiting at the parental E. A. Hus kamp home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage took Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage b Algona Sunday aftennoon whari they spent the time at the John Byson home. The W. C. Laagei visited at the parental Henr; Tjaden home at Burt. ' L^ut. and Mrs. Howard Rahey of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, arrivei here Friday night for a visit wit! Mrs. Rahe'y's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. E. J. Frank and family Lieut. Rahey, who has a 10-day fur lough, recently graduated from an officers candidate school. Superintendent and Mrs. V. J Tatum and Carol Sue spent the week-end with the former's parents the W. F. Tatums in Nora Springs and at the C. W. Batterson home ir Mason City. Mrs. Earl Dean was honored on Saturday evening, • it being her birthday. Five hundred was playet at two tables with Mrs. Robt. Kyh winning second high honors, Mrs George Jorgenson the travel anc Mrs. Sam Warner, low. Othei guests were Mesdames Wilben Holldorf, H. C. Llndsey, John Gra menz and Tena Newel. Mrs. At Mueller and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby were unable to attend. CLASSIFIED Minimum charge tito for IS words o* less. When paid with order, 2o per wordf when charged, 80 per word. N» ag- ,— ,' edfttfhfMtdA atlowed, It advertising afenfei charge thelc client* 80 and lend «M(I \viUi Ofdef they receive 16 pet Word commission. < For Sale FOR SAliE-nHelfefdrd bulls! Jo seph Skow, Wesley, li^l FOR SALE — Salesbooks, orlgl nal and duplicate. A sales slip: with every purchase. lOc each or 2 fo 2Bc. The Algona Upper Des Moines ,FOR SALE — 1842 Clean-Easy milker, electric. Wm. Dodds, Jr Algona. Phone 20-F13. 13 FOR SALE — Standard Roya typewriter. Bill Pletch, 628 No Thorlngton, Algona. 13 r FOR SAliE—Three good spottet Poland China brood sows, bred to purebred Berkshire, to farrow In week. J. P. Simon, Phone 9-F3, Al gona. " • 1- FOR. SAUE—1940 Ford Deluxe coach. Good rubber. Low mileage Inquire Sinclair Service Station 13' TO Hospital News General Hospital March 24 — Mrs. Donald Berhowe, Swea City, medical.. March 25 — Mrs. Glen Forsythe, 'lover, girl. March 26— Mrs. C. E. Steinhard, Britt, surgical. March 30 — Mrs. Fred Jennings, Burt, medical. Kossutli Hospital March 25 — Mvs. Wayne Godden, \lgona, medical; Mrs. Lloyd Gorier, Luverne, girl; Mrs. Emil Arn- lorfer, St. Benedict, girl. March 26 — Mrs. Harvey Finley, \lgona, girl; Mrs. Walter Courtney, \lgona, surgical. March 27 — Mrs. Edward Zendor, ilgona, girl. March 29 — Mrs. Nick Berte, Ir- ington, girl. March 30 — Verle Fraser, Algona, urgical. March 31-AY. T. Giossi, Algona, onsilectomy. Jumped Marvin Peck of Cherokee took tie shortest route from the bleacher n the school gym to the main floor y jumping. As a result, he suffered deep gash in his right leg and his eft leg was badly bruised. He is aving a vacation from school, but ; might be more enjoyable to be at chool than to have to lie around at ome. Bed Cross Donation A special delivery letter from forth Africa brought to the Jackson County Red Cross the money or enrollment of Charles M. Kirk- ndall in the local Red Cross chap- er. Mr. Kirkendall is now serving vith'the army overseas. For the first time in 91 years, the illage of Stiles is without a store. The closing of the B. L. Daniel tore leaves the town without a inlge trading place. TWENTV YEARS AGO D. A. Haggard arrived home from San Antonio, Texas, where he had spent the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Moore. A musical comedy was presented by the high school Glee Clubs. The play was entitled, "The Gypsy Rover." Leads were taken by Zelba Patterson, Florence Sorenson, Harold Cowan, Theodore Hutchison, Dwight Andrews, Opal Sarchett, William Mann, Milton Leander, Eleanor Haggard, Ralph Weber, Robert Van Ness, Karel Horan and Howard Harrington. "Louie" the painter, who spent the winter in California, had returned to Algona. Louie always came and went with the robins and his return was a sure sign of. spring. John Haggard had recently put in a radio outfit in the home of his parents and he and his young friends were listening in at many meetings and musical events in nil parts of the country. College students who were spend- ng the spring vacation in Algona vere Raymond Donovan, Sherwood McDonald, Ralph Brown, Agnes Austin, Carl Vohs, Helen Dickinson, Mildred Bailey, Raymond Lanning, Raymond Paine, and Paul Danson. TEN YEARS AGO O. B. Laing had been selected to take the place of J. F. Overmeyer as superintendent of the Algona schools beginning the next fall. John McDowell wa^s named high school principal. Because of the depression, all teachers salaries were | (•i-i'iYings" and "as to be cut and it was unlikely that the third ward school would open in the fall. Herman Hauberg had been elected president of the Rotary club, L. E. Linnan, vice president, Gene Murtagh, secretary, Harold Gilmore, treasurer and Joe Kelly and Ralph Miller, directors. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winkel were celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mrs. D. D. Monlux was elected president of the Parent-Teacher's Association. Betty Lou Towne entertained twenty-five little folks at a party at her home in honor of her tenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg became the parents of a twelve pound baby girl. House File 388 AST ACT LEGALIZIS AND VALIDATE Old Mill The remains of the first flour mill to be erected in Fayette county are still standing. The mill was built by James B. Earll and his sons in 1851 at Auburn. At that time the mill was the only one between the Minnesota state line and Elkader, and people from this large territory for many years had their flour ground at the place. The structure was three stories high, with the lower story of native rock, and the upper two stories of native hard wood timber. Th'e old machinery building, the foundation of the mill and a trace of the dam are the only pares left as a reminder of the busy times at the mill. Retire* (Fred Gebhardt has bought the dray business of Dan Hoffman in Tama. Mr. Hoffman, 82, Is retiring after 51 years of service. He was injured several months ago when be fell from bis wagon and has been advised to quit such steady work. v - THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OI> KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, WITH REFERENCE TO THE CONVJ3V- ANCE OF REAL ESTATE HELD FOR THE BENEFIT OF PERMANENT SCHOOL, FUND, TO " P. Z13UFASS; AND TO AUTHORIZE AND DIRECT THE 1SSL'- ANOE OF A PATENT TO SAID REAL. ESTATE BY THE GOVERNOR AND SECRETARY OF STATE. AVHEREAS, on March 28, 1922 one N. C. Rice and Harriett Rice, his wife, executed to Kossuth County, Iowa, a school fund mortgage covering the following - described real estate In Kossuth County Iowa, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Fifteen (16), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M., and WHEREAS, said mortgage having become In default, was foreclosed by Kossuth County, Iowa, and sold at public execution sale, and pursuant to said foreclosure proceedings .a Sheriff's Deed was Issued to tli-e State of Iowa by the Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, on May 20, 1935, covering said real estate, and WHEREAS, on or about the 22nd day of May, 1935, the Board of Supervisors of Kossutl. County, Iowa, negotiated a sale of said real esIaCe to one P. F. Zerfass, ard at the direction of said Board a Warranty Deed to said premises was executed to said' purchaser, said Deed being executed on behalf of Kossuth County, Iowa, by the County Auditor, and WHEREAS, the grantee in said Deed paid the full purchase price and took possession of said premises and has made valued Improvements on said property since the purchase of tl'.e same, and WHEREAS, doubts have arisen as the legal sufficiency of the pro- lie authority ot the .said Board of Supervisors to sell said real estate, and as to the validity of the Deed executed by the County Auditor conveying said premises, and it Is deemed advisable to put said doubts, and all others that may arise, forev-er at rest, now, therefore, BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. That all proceedings taken by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Jowa, authorizing the conveyance of real estate situated in Kossuth County, Iowa, described as follows, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of the Northeast Quarter (NE>4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M., and the conveyance thereof to P. P. Zerfass, are hereby legalized, validated and confirmed as transferring to the said P. P. Zerfass all right, title and interest of Kossuth County ar.d-or the permanent school fund of the State of Iowa, in and to said real estate. Sec. 2. Upon the receipt by the Secretary of State of a proper Certificate of> Sale executed by the Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, showing that the full amount of the purchase price has been paid by the purchaser, the Governor and Secretary of State are authorized and directed to Issue a patent to the above-described real estate, to P. I'. Zerfass. Sec. 3. Nothing in this Act shall be deemed or construed to affect pending litigation. Sec. 4. This Act being deemed >of immediate Importance, shall take effect and be In force from and after Its passage and publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa, and In the Algona Upper Des Moines, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa. . Henry W. Burma, Speaker of the House. Robert D. Blue, • President of the Senate. I hereby certify that this Bill originated in the House and . if known as House File 988, Flftie,U. General Assembly. • A. C. Gustafson, Chief Clerk ot the House. Approved March 2$, 1943. Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Governor. FOR SALE—JHome grown clover seed. Matt Kirsch. Phone 2572 Bode. IFOR SALE—Tenant house in good condition. F. C. Dacken, Lone 13' FOR SAiLE—35 blackface ewes with lambs at side. Carl Bahllng Burt. 13' FOR SALE — Eight purebrqd young, fall Dnroc boars. Matt Weydert, Livenmore. 13-14~ FOR SALE — Cob pile. Car Hutchins, Phone 24F3. 13* FOR SALE—Hayes, corn planter late model. Inquire Schultz Bros. Phone 975. 1< FOR SALE—Two-year-old Shorthorn bull, milking strain. Papers furnished. C. E. Vigdal, 5 north IVi east of Whittemore. Phone 44 1G, Fenton. 13* FOR SALE Kovar tractor spring tooth harrow, 10*. Also Rod Clover seed. Phone 4-F13, Ivan Long, Algona. 13* FOR SALE—Some good Timothy seed. One Shorthorn bull, 14 mos. old. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley, Iowa. 13 FOR SAUE — Timothy and alfalfa hay. J. E. McEnroe. Phone 33-F22. Algona. 13* FOR SALE—Control oats; 1 red Shorthorn bull. L. B. Erdman, Wesley. 13* FOR SALE—One new chrome- plated breakfast set, $45.00. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. 13' IFOR SALE—1937 Packard 6 Sedan. Practically new tires. M. Marso, St. Benedict. 13 1 FOR SALES—Two small stacks of hay; alfalfa and red clover. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. • 13 FOR SALE—A well matched pair of sorrell and white spotted geldings with white mains and tails and blazed faces, 3 and 4 yrs. old, broke to drive together. Charley Quinn, Bancroft, Phone 5601. 13 Father of Lone Rock Pastor Died Saturday iLone Rock—Rev. C. S. Whitehouse received word Saturday morning that his aged father suffered a stroke at the home of a son at Cherokee. Rev. Whitehouae eft for his bedside immediately and Saturday evening sent word here that his father had passed away. The elder Whitehouse spent several months with his son and family here last year. Smart Hats ic hill Chrisc IT O es J53. Only a few weeks before Easter and we have that new Easter bonnet for you. Our hats are really smart and individual this Spring, combining style and utility to a marked degree. You'll like them too—both straw and felt, in turbans, berets, brims, sailors — well, it'a a long story and you simply MUST see them soprv Spring is really "just around the corner" and you'll want your hat NQW. H.96 TO M.75 FOR SALE ^TUrkey Gobbler, call Florence Kheoht, 8F2, 13* FOR SALE—T#d ;,Ufled Washing machines, 1 electric, 1 gas engine; 1 used Clean-Uasy nillldng machine, electric or gas; 2 used separators; electric atove. Algona Maytag Store. . . ' 33 FOR SALE—Book of 600 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Also a small Ideal Junior stamp and envelope moistener, 80c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. * 9tf Wanted WANTED—Aut6. body mart. Good painter. Permanent work. Pleasant working conditions. Best town In NW Iowa. Good pay. Address replies to % The Dally Reporter, Spencer, Iowa. • . 13 WANTED — Sh«ep shearing. Frank Lewis. Phone 284-W, Al gona. 126 S. Colby, WAiNTEJD—Girl or woman for general housework In a modern home. Hours 7 a.m. Until 4 p.m. or stay nights if desired. Good wages. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. .'•''"• 13* MAID WANTED 7— Experienced. Steady work, good Wages. Call Dr. Meyer, Phone 342, Algona. 13 WANTED—(Housekeeper on farm by two men.'Apply at once, Upper Des Moines. Any age acceptable. 13* •WANTED—Man or boy to work In hatchery at once. Board and room if necessary. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. '• 13 WANTED—Lady help, steady or part time job. Algona Laundry and Dry Gleaners. ' IS WANTED — Good used radio tubes. Gamble Store. > 13 (WANTED—Used Ice boxes. We pay cash. Gamble Store. 13 WANTED—Man or woman route driver. Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 13 IWANTED—Medium sized mule. Gentle, good worker. Not too old. Nick Heesch, Titonka. 13* WAiNTED —Housekeeper on a farm. Willard Appelt. Swea City. Phone 2-F10. 13* WANTED, AT ONCE — Married man for farm work. Seven miles south of Algona. V. R. McCoy. . 13* y w fafm. dood Wafe8. WoUtd 6ofti Side* bWkefl d<SWn oldf maid, ffld rent, flve of six ,foom modern house with garden. Phone 829, 13 WANTfflb— ffo bade gobd kerosene stove brooder for electric brooder. Leander Seefeld, Phone 323, Wesley. ' WANTED— A young lady for store work. Leave name and address at Upper Des Moines office. Work .can begin at once. 12-13 Lost-Found (LOST—Successful hog feeder lid on pavement north of Algona. Please return to Bradley Bros. 13* For Rent .FOR RENT—The C. Wi SaifChett place is for rent In east Algona. Six room house, electricity, small corn crib, barn, chicken house and scratch sheds. Two blocks land. Call oh Mrs! Mary Metcalf, 322 W. College St., Algona. 18* MB FOR fte*I S»rfAinln loan*, drains** AUrViy'int, and estimates oh tlle.-Phll J. K6b> haas, phoire 22, Algona; 1-ft PHONOGRAPH HBCORDS^-all the new releases. Needled— album*. -Kosauth Radio & Electric, A'lgona, Jowa. • 1-tf DtmABltJTl? — For • ttt presslvenesS'-Use Better Papers^ The best papers are made front rags. Try new Bra Bond,, 20 Ib. aub- stamse, for a really flnfe paper. $2.TO- for 500 sheets, The Algona Upper, Des Moines. ' , , 8-tr Miscellaneous SEE US for new bicycles. You may be entitled to buy. Restrictions have been relaxed. Gamble Store. 13 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, red blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper-Des Moines. : 11-tf HYBRID SEED CORN Iowa 939 and 303. State Inspected and certified. 'Prices $3.50 to |5.CO. Certified Seed Is your guarantee that the corn has been properly ds- tasseled, tested and from pure stock. M. A. Sorllen, 2 miles north of Bode, Iowa. 13-18* ORDER YOUR OHJCKS 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. 9-tf HY-BRID SEED CORN Iowa 939, Germ. 96%. Twice winner of Banner trophy in state yield test, 1939 and 1940. Iowa 4316, Germ. 94%. Winner of Banner trophy In 1942 state'yield test. Rounds, $3,60; flats, $5.50. Thousands of acres of our Hybrids were growing 'over 9 coun- ;ies of north and central Iowa. Lawrence O. Miller, LuVerne, Iowa, Phone 2642. ~ '.•••• IS* JUST RfiJCMVmD ( ment of Warm Morning coal heat- era. $49.95 each. < You likely are eligible to bity; bne.^Raesiy Ltim* her 00. Ptione B34< ; i S S-tc fflxehang6 Dept. Baserrient Gft»d Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfljjjit sets, Buffets, Radios ?" '"and Washers Bjustrom'a Furniture \ •• DESK BLOTTERS, assorted c61- ors—dark green, chocolate, plnk». peach and red for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c/ . 8-tr BUY YOUR pencil and typewriter carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines, 9-tf NOTICE -OFFICIAL AOENCY —Buy Your WAr Bonds 'and Stamp* at Algona Federal Savings & Loan Assn. • Courteous and Confidential Service. 7-tf BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. GET YOUR typewriter and add- ing'machine ribbons at the Algona. Upper Des Moines. • • 4-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber Stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 18*,-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper: De» Moines. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tf Stop Loan Renewal Costs and High Interest Rates. Buy Your Home or Refinance Your Present Loon the Low Cost Way. See Algona Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n, lOtf GIRLS WANTED for Maid work, apply Hotel Algona. 13' WANT TO BUY—Modern house In Algona. Give description and price. Write Algona Upper Des Moines. 13* SUITS We have 'em •J TT3KIIS 1 11 Cnrischill es <O> BB • Yes, we have the finest and biggest stock of suite in years notwithstanding all the sear- city and slow deliveries from the manufacturers. There Is a wide choice in the expertly tailored and beautifully finished suits we show at moderate pr|ces.Both sports types (tweeds, Shetlands and novelties in pastel colors) and the dressy models in navy and black, are represented and prices are very reasonable— $16.50 TO $25.00 Printzess Suits are $35.00 Th* popularity of tke two- piece dreettw puts them into the «6uit o|a»s" and we sre f bowing « wonderful line of these in all kinds of fabric*, from fine** erepes for (Q Fresh, Crisp New Cotton Presses ^ ^» _^ ' ^ • * ' •| *3TIHIHB "I lY Cnriscmlli There's no greater Springtime thriU than a bright, crisp, new cotton or rayon dress to wear around the house, or on a shopping trip or any war-activity like Bed Gross or Women's Service organization, These cottons and rayons come in the most attractive designs and colorings—just the thing to take you out of the *'winter dumps," feerji ebawferays, broa^ejoths .and spun rayon novelties, these tod- sell for only— S.OO 4.50 6.50 Many we shown in tbe popular two-piece

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