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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1943
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i to •NHHi The Algona Upp«f Des Moines, Alfona, Iowa, June 3, 1943 ' . , i ' i * - -' i i . .... r . ' .*!-,' h EDW. GOFTSCH, 80, PASSES AT COUNTY HOME ON MONDAY Because of his advanced age and being in poor health for some years, Edward Goetsch, past 80, was removed to the county home three weeks ago in order that pfoper care might be, given him. Monday morning he was found dead, having. passed away in his sleep during the night." •A native of Germany he came to this .country when .a small lad and had made his .home in Kossuth county for many years. Three stepdaughters are the only surviving relatives, one living in Wisconsin, one in Idaho and one in North Dakota. He was born on the 29th of February, hence had a birthday only during leap year. He had been in poor health for many years and lived in a house here in which he had a life estate. Funeral services will be held from Trinity Lutheran church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. L. Richmann of Burt in charge and interment will be in Riverside cemetery. Funeral Rites For Ben Felt To Be Held At Wesley Monday Funeral services for the late Ben Felt, former Wesley merchant, who died during the winter in Florida, will be held at Wesley on Monday, June 7, with services at the house at 2 o'clock and at the Methodist church at 2:30. Burial will be in-the Wesley cemetery. The Felt daughter, Mrs. Wagner of Wesley, and Mrs. Feli left Rockledge, Fla., on Decoration Day by train to accompany the body home. Another daughter, Mrs. Nina Ranck, at whose home Mr. Felt died, is driving up and will join the others in Wesley. Summer Temperatures Arrived This Week According to Weatherman Harry Nolle summer temperatures have finally arrived. The record for the week: Hi Low Thursday, May 27 69 40 Friday, May 28 ! 88 51 Saturday, May 29 90 70 Sunday, May 30 83 R5 Monday, May 3y 83 67 Tuesday, June 1 85 J6 Wednesday, June 2 85 68 During the week there was a .44 inch rain fall. The soil temperature last week was 63.2, this "Rabbit* Is Rabbits" Claims Plum Creek Township Farmer One Plum Creek Twp. farmer claims that Ellis Parker Butler's famous "Pigs Is Pigs" story should have been-"Rabbits Is Rabbits.", Several weeks he discovered a rabbit in his, victory garden. He wrote the O; P. M. for information as to how to get'rid of it legally. By the time he received a reply the rabbit was, five. H^ was advised to get, permission from the state fish arid "game' commission. The farmer wrote and asked for a permit to dispose of the rabbits. When an answer arrived from Des Moines he counted. 26 ' rabbits. This farmer is now asking for a priority on a machine gun. And the rabbits live well off his garden stuff. He is one man who believes in conservation, but not so far as rabbits are concerned. Childrens Day At Cong'l Church June 6 The annual Children's Day program will be given Sunday, June 3, at the Congregational church in place of the regular Sunday morning church services. There will be no sermon due to the absence of the Rev. D. R. Martin, who is in Rochester, Minn., recovering from a recent operation. The program will begin, at the regular 11:00 o'clock service hour. Mrs, J. C. Mawdsley, superintendent of the primary department, has worked out a fine program for her kindergarten class, and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, church organist, has arranged for some special numbers for the older children. In addition to the program there will be special decorations. week, .64. 75.2. A year ago it was Portland Twp. Livestock Sale K A N A W H A SALES PAVILION Sales will be held Friday evening starting at 7:00 p.m. thru June, July and August. The place where you always find a good market for any livestock you care to sell. . 22-23 Lieut. Floyd Stott is home on a furlough and'will go to an Alabama camp when he leaves here. Neighbors and friends surprised Tom Trenary and came in for a birthday part with him Monday evening, May 31st. Mrs. Leo McWeeny and small daughter, Joan', returned to Carroll Sunday after a visit here with the Edward Wolf family. Guests at 'TonvTrenarys Friday evening of last week were Arne Pedersen, .Algona,. home on furlough, and the Ray and Henry Smith families. Catherine Wolf took her pupils ;o a show at Burt Saturday eve- ling. Catherine went to the Rine- lart Johnson home Monday, near Bancroft, for a short time. She stayed with Johnsons when she aught near there several years •\go. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg and sons, John and Sgt. Thees and wife, were supper guests Friday at Martin Beckers. Sgt. Schnakenberg left Sunday evening for Fort Riley, Kans. His wife will live here while he is stationed at a western camp. The Burt Service Club sponsored a rummage sale Saturday afternoon and evening. Late in the evening an auction was held with Auctioneer Schweitert in charge, Wyott Stott downed a two-way stretch girdle, a blouse and a flat straw ladies' hat and walked up stfegf to attract a crowd, and $116 was MEAT PRODUCER MAY RECEIVE HIS MEAT POINT FREE OPA Ration Order 18 has been amended effective May' 20, to permit resident livestock producers who have their livestock .custom slaughtered to receive their meat without surrendering of ration points. In order,"-for the producer to receive his, meat from the custofn slaughterer'-point free, he is .required to sign and leave with the slaughterer a certification showing the date the producer gets the meat from the slaughterer; the producer's name; the address; that the animal was kept at his place of residence; that he raised the animal from birth to the time of slaughter, or fed it at least 60 days immediately preceding; that the animal was slaughtered primarily for consumption ' in his own household or on v his farm where he resides or on another farm of his; whether he intends to sell or transfer any of the meat and the name and address of his logal rationing board. Any person wanting to sell or transfer any meat must .obtain a butchers' or slaughterers' permit from their County USDA War Board (at the AAA office) before I they can sell or transfer any meat.' Red Cross Quota 400 Kit Bags July 1st According to Red Cross officials there is a great deal of sewing to be done and branches wishing to participate in the kit bag program are asked to get in touch with Mrs. Sam Medin, chapter sewing chairman. The need for help in the sewing room is urgent and willing fingers and needles are surely welcome at this time. The Bancroft Farmer's Cow Completes High Production Record A 'registered Holstein-Frlesian cow in' the dairy herd owned by Herman Soderberg, Bancroft, has recently completed a'33fi-tiay production record of 5l6 pounds of butterfat and 15,039 :• pounds of milk, the Holstein-Frlesian Assn. of America announces. This is nearly three tithe's the production of the averagftudairy .cow in',the nation. Her official-name is Oakdale Sarah MU.tual Pansy. She was milke-d twice. daily and. was 7 years 9. months,of'age when she began her. test period.,Testing was supervised by the, Iowa State College of Agriculture in cooperation with the Holstein-Friesian Assn. of America. i : .- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt were supper guests at the C. E. Sigsbee home at Burt Sunday eveningj Hospital Newt Kossuth "Mospliil ' May 20-~Sandra Ric'h, i fiuj»t, ae* cid'ent. J tytay 21—Mrs\"H>rry Williams, Algona, girl. May 22—Margaret Beckef, Bode toftsilectomy. •May 23—-Mrs. Virgil Wolf, Fenton, medical. May 25—Mrs. James Vipbhd, Algona, minor surgery; Marilyn Erickson, Bradgate, tonsil and adenoid; Delores Kollasch, Bancroft, tonsil and adendid; Mrs. kauretfce Thilges, Bode, boy; Mrs. Watnem, Ottosen, boy. : , May 26—Mrs. Merriti; Griffin, Rlngsted, girl. ,. General Hospital !• 'May 19—Mrs. Charles Hamm, Corwith, surgical.•.,.;•',',•,•:''•'-'( •May 20—Chris.;-liong,.; Algona, medical; Mrs. CharlesfMcDonald, ugona, surgicafr' 1 / '•:••':•' i''"' i . '•'.Alf'f " V'l'.' Freeman Wolfe b£?Fenton spent he week-end/ at the Calvin Householder home. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, 3c per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. It advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. , FOft fou*..bleekr west .of eeutt house iftly nwaelft iftfiulateti. m pttsieistdir, -Large leady planted. Otto 'Nell&fl 1 ,"805 W. NeWasty street ' 22* MiBddllaneoua TWO SMALL PlANOS--MUst he sold immediately. Cash or terms. Write Auditing Dept., Box 142, jSpencer, Iowa. 22* 49 LB, BAG Whlt<* Loaf Hour— 'Guaranteed to be dne' of the best enriched, highest grade flours on the market today. $1.89 sack. COUNCIL OAK STORES. 'We pay top prices for eggs in trade or cash. 22 GK£ YOUR typewriter and adding ' tjiachine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. '' ' 4-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, RE' PAIR 'OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. . 18tf For Sale FOR SALE — Bathinette. Phone 829, Algona. 21 This'tficTft taken in altogether, SWIM SUITS Chrischilles Store There may be rationing in some lines but swimming suits are more gorgeous than ever—at least, the ones at this store. Made of floral and bright colored ray* ous, they will give you freedom of movement as well as plenty of "ompbt* , _, ; ;&'.i'.'- .$... Don't be an old "stick-in-the-mud" on the beaches or the swimming pool this summer; wear a CHRIS- CHILLES swim suit and really GO PLACES. Our summer lines of play togs are coming in. We are exclusive agents for the FAMOUS LOOMTOG PLAY SUITS — those perfect fitting, cool dresses for hot days. Also slacks and slack suits for picnics and outdoor living as well as work and pleasure. Hundreds of »ew cotton, rayon, arid Bemberg dresses are in stock for your summer comfort. kit bag quota consists of 400 and a quota of 400 sewing cases has also been set. The two quotas are to be completed by July 1st, hence the need for help from women who are willing to put in some time in the sewing room. K Gifts For Service Men By Local Groups The Jaycees and Hagg Post American Legion have arranged for a gift to service men within the area covered by membership in the United Service Women, Unit 96. Gifts will be mailed to both local and overseas men! This means that some 500 bbys from Algona, St. Benedict, Sexton, Irvington and St. Joe will be remembered and the United Service Women are asking that relatives of these service men mail address of the men to Mrs. Henry Lund, Algona, in order that every boy may be contacted and receive his gift. FOR SALE—Two purebred Chester White boars. Herman Becker. 1 mile east of Irvington. 21tfn ST. JOE NEWS Nick Schmit has returned to his home at Dell Rapids, S. D., after several weeks visit with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann^ and son, Bobbie, visited with Mrs. Francis Weiskamp at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. John Freilinger underwent an Operation in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester 1 Saturday. Mrs, Freilinger is with him". Mr. and Mrs. Math Weydert are parents of a daughter born Saturday, May 22. The .Weyderts now have four daughters and 0. son. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet are jparents of a daughter born Friday, May 28, at Kossuth hospital, Algona; They have two boys and two girls, * A number of friends and relatives gathered at the Norbert Frideres home Friday evening to help Mrs. Frideres celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges are the parents of a son born Wednesday, May 26, at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. They have one other child, a boy. Billy Nellis of Fort Dodge visited with his uncle, Jim Powers, at the K. L. Kohlhaas home, and also spent several days last week at the Sylvester Wagner home. Math Mergen of Dell Rapids, S. D., arrived Thursday to attend the funeral of Henry Ziemet and to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. John Berte is a daughter of Mr. Mergen. Pvt. Wilfred Kohlhaas of Fort Lewis, Wash., is expected home this week on a furlough. This will be his first visit home since being inducted into the 18, 1942. army August Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's church for Marjorie Reding, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Harold Frideres, oldest son of the late Nicholas and Josephine Frideres. Mrs. Carl Ernst and daughter, Algean, and sister, Martha Thilges left Saturday evening for Goldsboro, N. C. Mrs. Ernst and daughter plan to remain there with their husband and father, Staff Sgt. Carl Ernst, stationed near there. Miss Thilges plans to remain a month before returning home. * Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer and small son of near St. Paul, Minn., were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs, Meyer's parents, the Frank Ericksons. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and children of Williams, Iowa, Mrs. Hannah Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Byers were Sunday visitors at the Art E. Anderson home. Dorothy, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson, underwent an appendectomy at Coleman hospital, Estherville, a week ago. She was brought home Saturday. Mrs. Detimar Thompson, Florence Erickson, Fred ,and Helen Burgeson are hostesses at the Baptist Ladies Guild Friday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Looft is in charge of the program and Miss Ruth Adolphson, BancrgfJ, .will speak on "Child Evangelism," work she has done in Des Moines the past year. FOR SALE—One 1931 Chevrolet truck. 1935 Chevrolet panel; would make good trailer. Good two wheel trailer. Model "M" I.H.C. pick-up baler, practically new. Allis-Chalmers U. C. tractor and cultivator. Allis-Chalmers 2035 tractor. I.H.C. 10-20 tractor, Very good. 2 3-bottom plows." 2 5-ft. horse drawn mowers. High wheel wagon and box. 2 gas engines. 2 spring tooth harrows. 2 cream separators with motors. 2 Allis-Chalmers W. C. power lifts for cultivator. 2 used planters, dandies for bean planters. BRADLEY BROS. 22 Phone 714 South Hotel Algona FOR SALE— 65 ft. Windmill. H. J. Rice. Bancroft. Phone 48, Lone Rock. 22' 'OR RENT — Good Underwood portable typewriter. $4 per month. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—One tenant house, two years old. Size 12x20. Also Manchu Soybeans, test around 90%. Rufus Lindhorst, Algona. 22-23* FOR SAL E—Hereford bulls. Ready for service. Also one Shorthorn. Joseph Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 21-22 FOR SALE — Used cream separators. 1 good used ice box, porcelain lined. Used washing machine. 2 used electric radios. New milk 1 *- ing machines. Algona Store. Maytag 22 FOR SALE—2 Purebred Milking Shorthorn bulls, 12 and 14 mos. old. 4 Purebred Berkshire boars. Wm. Fritz, Rt. 1, Wesley, Iowa. 7 miles north Wesley. 22-23* FOR SALE—Purebred Aberdeen Angus bull. Carl Ebert, Whittemore. 21-22* FOR SALE — Manchu Soybeans. 08% germination, Phone 2150. Whlttemore. 21 FOR SALE—Two sets of serviceable back pad harness. Joseph Skow. Wesley. 21-22 NEW MERCHANDISE FOR SALE —1 Blackhawk corn planter. Pump jacks with electric motors. Speed jack for grain elevator. Spike tooth harrow with draw bar. Endgate seeders. Hog water- ers, feeders and troughs. Poultry flock feeders. Baby chick feeders. Plenty of baby chick feed. Hammer mill drive belts. Complete line of "Tractolube" oils and greases for all your lubrication needs, BRADLEY BROS. 22 Phone 714 South Hotel Algona FOR SALE — Registered Hampshire boars. Ready for service. Joseph Skow. Wesley 21-22 WE SPECIALIZE on repair service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Harris farm machinery and DeLaval separators. A good line of parts for all these machines. Bradley Bros. South Hotel Algona. 22 FOR SALE—1941 Chevrolet 2- door. 1941 Buick 4-door. 1939 Ford 2-door. Kirk Auto Co. 22 FOR SALE—25 Purebred Hereford yearling bulls. Serviceable age. Best Domino quality. Priced right. C. M. Haas, Rodman. 20-23* NOTICE—Paracut's Hybrid Seed Corn for sale at Nick B. Wagner's, Algona. 21-tf RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. 11-tf FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Monies. 9tf lK>st-Foirad. LOST — 32x6 10-ply Goodyear tire with rim and wheel. $10 reward for return. Ceylon Block and Silo Co., Ceylon, Minn. . 22 LOST — A small purse containing $12.75 around the Iowa State Bank. Phone 685-J. 21* Wanted WANTED — Experienced beauty operator at Twin-Co. Beauty Salon. Box 454 or Phone 5, Algona. 22 WANTED — Tractor jnechanic at Bradley Bros., South Hotel Algona. 22 WANTED—Clerk capable of~taking charge of fresh fruit and vegetable department. Good salary to start. One day a week off. Inquire at the Upper Des Moines office. '•"" SS-2? WANTED — Engineer and house man.'Hotel 22 MEN WANTED , Steady work. No experience necessary. Can use a numbef of high school boys over 16. Apply at plant office or 215 State Bank Building. Johnson Clay Works, Inc. Fort Dodge, Iowa 21-tf HELP WANTED—Experienced or apprentice meat cutters. We pay you while we train you. A fine opportunity for ambitious men to learn a good trade. Apply at your local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 19-22 WANTED—Dishwasher. Hotel Algona. 20-tfn For Rent FOR RENT—Pasture for 25 head of cattle. Running water. Kyle Keith, Burt. 22" 21-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, )ink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, each, 2 for 25c. 3-1 ^.JMAeHmftbilS m Algdnfi upuer Bes Molftto Regulaf 6126, 166 each, " sm, 20c"*8ch- l »e«bii and , cafrbon at the Algona Mottles. Des fi-if SEE ME! FOR Real Bargains In farms, loans, drainage surveying and .estimates on tile. —Phil J< Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. l»tf BURN" BEWIND BRIQUETS or ., W&rm Morning Coal. Know fitel aAttsfaetfoit—Raesly Lumber Co, '•;'r. •:'" ; . ' . " 3-tf FOR DURABILITY—For lihpres- siveness—Use Better Paper i Tho best papers are made from fags. Tfif New Efa'Bbnd, BO Ib. sub* stance, for a really "fine paper, Kit*, The •Algona at 50a arid up t M6m<?s £ 13-tfi, Yotfft servl«5 Matt Butf-i' plied with stationery. Send hint a be* with hj* branch JftsigWa> embossed on each sheati BOX cow-4 tains 50 sheets arid 60 envelopes... $i,lo a .box, Army, Navy, Arm»; arid ftovy Ait 1 Fbwes, coast Guard' and Marine InsigniaS, The Algonn Upper Des Moines. 19-lf< Card of Thanks i We wish to express our ap.-*, preciatlon -and thanks for the* many lovely letters ; and cards which have .bee'ri-received during, the,'|UneS^6OSfts,i*ice's mother; Mr. and'Mrs,<;R'alph Tice.. 22* : JUMWWJV^toMMMM^^ PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —Al the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric Algona, Iowa. r , 1-t JUST RECEIVED a new shipmen" of Warm Morning coal heaters $49.95. each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber So. Phone 234 3-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios arid .Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf Could Yon Use $ IOO Bet you can think of many uses for it! Well, you can get $50$100 - $200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH thru us. Money to pay store, bills, doctor bills, insurance,'' v buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock — easy monthly payments. (Special Plan lor Farmers.) L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. Now is the time to put the needed repairs on your Home or Farm Buildings. We are equipped to help you at this time with paint and oil, shingles and lumber. „ , ; We have barb wire and fence. See Us Today! f •PHONE 2189. F. S. Norton & Son wvwvvuvuwuv IT'S A HOT SUMMER —But you can avoid lots of heat by shedding those heavy winter "Duds" for a nice cool change of Tropical Clothing styled in the Zender manner. "Why s.uffer the heat when it's so easy to beat." Furnishing We have just received a fine shipment of Arrow Shirts. Shop EARLY for these and supply yourself well for a great Summer ahead. Ties, Kerchiefs and Shorts to match. Straw Hats Zender's feature Algona 's finest line of Straws. Stetson Champ and KoHiris. made hats in a wide variety of styles. You can't miss. From 1.25 to 5;QO. You can own a tropical suit for very little, It will pay you to own one and save your heavy suit for fall and winter, CUFFS AGAIN - - By latest WPB order we are now permitted'4» put guffs on trousers again. You can have them i* you wiwt-*-w* have material enough to do it. ZENDER'S ' ' . YES— Zender's is a complete clothing store ewrrpeg fepjj £rej§ and, Wp/k Clothes; shaping Here. '

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