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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 19, 1943
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The Algorta Upper DCS Moines, Algortfl, loWft, Atiglist 19, 1943 FENTON IS THIRD IN MOLLY PITCHER TAG DAY DRIVE Fenton—The American Legion Auxiliary met on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tena on Newel.. Reports were given the bonds and stamps sales on Molly Pitcher tag day which ampunted to $4,250 in bonds flue' $162.90 in stamps. The local unit was third in the county. Mrs Sam Warner resigned as vice president and Mrs. Hanry Tieman was elected to lake her place. Yeoman 3-C Lcora Baago, who has been stationed at Stillwater, Oklahoma, wns present and played her three uniforms. dis- She told the group the meaning of WAVES, which is Women's Active Volunteer Emergency Service. Miss Baago, after six days here, left for Madison, Wis., where she will be stationed for the time being. Mrs. John Tieman read .snatches from the "Bond" magazine. There will be no August sewing circle of the Auxiliary. The next meeting will be with Mrs. John Prew, at which time Mrs. Hans Baago will give a report on the convention at Sioux City. War Victory Hemp Notes (By Kinsey & Elston, Mgrs.) Rewrites From TucNtln y'« Advance Shoemaker at Reinbeck, December 24, 1879. She Death of a Good Woman Death took one of the fines! mothers and homemakers in Algona when Mrs. James A. Strayer passed away last Friday morning at her home on North Jones street after a short illness with a heart ailment. The funeral was largely attended on Sunday at the Presbyterian church with Rev. Richardson in charge. Mrs. Straver was born Nettie Isabel Iowa, married Mr. Strayer on May 10, 1899. They farmed in the Reinbeck vicinity till 1918, when they located in Union township on a farm, later moving to Algona where they have lived for the past twelve years. Besides the .husband thirteen children survive: Mrs. Chris Lang, Keith and Kenneth, twins, Glenn, Mrs. Irvvin Mauleg, and June, Algona; John and Howard, Dolliver; Lucille, now Mrs. Walter Theesfield, On- argo, Illinois; Merle, Ft. "Jodge; Esther, a student nurse t Ft. Dodge, and Wayne, serving in the coast guard at Ft. Tilden, N. Y. There are 19 grandchildren. A large number of relatives and friends from out of town attended the funeral. We expect to call our harvest ring meetings evenings starting August 19th. As it will take perhaps a week to complete these meetings notices of time anc: place of meetings for each ring will not be mailed out at the same time. The first car load of harvest machinery was received August 13th and is being assembled by the McCormick-Deering dealers of Algona, Titonka and LuVerne. Those are the binder machines and are made by the McCormicK- Deering Company. Ten harvester cutting machines arrived Friday afternoon and will be assembled by the John Deere Implement Co., of Algona. Half of all types of harvesting machines will be mounted on rub- 3er and half on steel. The fact .hat rubber tired machines are o be used in both cutting and winding operations, it is an as- urance that hemp stubble is not uch an awful hazard to rubber ires. As 90 per cent of all hard fiber s in the hands of the Japanese nd as our fighting men and ship need all the rope that can pos sibly be made, wouldn't it b swell to write our boys that ar fighting in order that we at horn may continue our freedom an* prosperity, that Kossuth countj lias gone all out for the produc tion of rope fiber. Encouragement is the greates assistance to success. Excellent fields of hemp ant fields that should grade part ex cellent, inspected the past week are those of J. C. Skow, John W Huff, Wm. Frimml, George Seeburg, Jerome Hawkins, Ralph Tjaden, Axel Carlson, Theron Hansen, L. Gleiden, Jake Schubert, Henry J. Pommer, G. S Buchanan, Joseph Wadleigh, John W. Puffer, R. C. Bauer, Lorei: Brown, Henry Weber, Paul Sta'nl Dennis Carroll, Ray Brown Adolph Fuhrmann, Herman Ills Joseph Stattelman, Cyril Kellner, C. R. Schoby, Anton Becker Roy Sarchett, Alden Reid, Dave Mrs. C. R. Bennet Is New Express Clerk . Mrs. C. R. Bennet, who has been a popular clerk at the Christensen store the past few years, has resigned and accepted a posiv tion as clerk with the Railway Express office, beginning her new duties Wednesday. Mr. Bennet, who is attached to the army signal division at Omaha, spent from Friday until Tuesday here with Mi's. Bennet. The Battle of North Africa SOCIETY Lynch, Lester. Theesfield, E. H Dreyer, Frank Thilges, E. II Mueller, C. B. Elsenblast, Ban- worthe & Luthe, George Fabcr, ?red Traub, Ralph Thompson, F Li. Ryerson, Edward Blanchard, & Heinen and Newbrough & Cotton. St. Benedict News Russell Bamsey, former well known farmer for many years in the Irvington vicinity, was buried at Irvington on Wednesday, services being held at the Merritt Funeral Home. Mr. Bamsey, who was 80 years of age, died at the home of a daughter near Linn Grove. He was an uncle of Dr. H. R. Gibson and a brother-in-law of W. A. Dutton of Algona. It has been reported that Gardner Cowles, Jr., has recently been taken home to Des Moines after an operation at Rochester, Minn. However, it was Mr. Cowles, Sr., and the operation was for eye trouble. His many Algona friends are hoping that the operation will benefit his eye sight, which has been none too good lately. The Charley Taylor will which was recently invalidated on account of some technical error is now being handled by Mrs. Taylor and her daughter, Grace, in an effort to fulfill Mr. Taylor's wishes A surprise party was given in honor of Mrs. Mary Dole, of Irvington, and Mrs. Clarence Green, of Livermore, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges of St. Benedict on Monday evening After an 8:30 supper the evening wns spent playing cards and other games. Guests were Marvel Dole and Helen Leigh, of Irvington, Clarence Green, of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilling, of Al- gonn, Mr. and Mrs Chester Harmon and sons Richard and Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher and daughter Judy Kay, and Miss Helen Mescher, all of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leigh and daughter Nancy and Mr. and Mis. Sim Leigh, all of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Skilling also spent the afternoon at the Thilges home. to an extent. Twenty-eight shares of stock in the ice cream business will go to old 'employes of the business as Mr. Taylor willed anc the Baptist church will get thr $200 bequeathed by the will. Townsend Club Has Pro.qrram— Members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at the Legion hall Tuesday evening to listen to a talk by Webster Orton on Indian Lore. Along with his talk he displayed ancient Indian tools and arrow heads dug up on the Orton farm just south of Algona. During the course of the business session, bulletins wsre read in regard to the book, "New Horizon," a life story of Dr. Townsend, national president of the Townsend organization. The club voted to purchase an extra copy to be contributed to the local sublic library. It was announced ;hat on Sunday, August 29, the 6th district Townsend Clubs comprising 15 counties will meet ot the Legion hall in Algona, beginning at 10:30 a. m. on through the afternoon. At noon there will be a pot luck dinner. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and own table service. Mr. and Mrs. Holm TI. Miller, state manager, of Des Moines, will be the guest speaker. Mayor Frank Kohlhaas will give the address of welcome with response from E. E. Kneedy, of Webster City, second vice president of the district. The public is invited to attend. There will be no charge. The local club is to sponsor a patriotic pageant in the afternoon. Friendy Club Meets— The Riverdale Ladies Friendly Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Opal Barker, Agatha Thilges, as- by Corpora^ Harold Banwart (Continued from last week). The Arabs always move out, and when the battles are over they hiove back in large numbers. They had their flocks of sheep and goats and herds of cattle driven off to the hills to protect them from the Germans and from the war. It is good to see someone getting to return honw. liberators. The to like the Ani- They really ap- LAKOTANEWS We feel like Arabs all seem erican soldier. preciate it when their horses and oxen can't pull the overloaded wagons up the hills and we come out and push it up. Their dirty bcwhiskered faces turn up in .. big smile and they say "Mercy Mercy," meaning "Thank you..' 1 The native population all likes th'e Yanks. The first farmers were from this part of the world, and it is amnzing what they have done with this hilly and rough land. Some places they have built cement or solid stone troughs to carry the water into the fields. It is a bit disappointing to see the Arab after reading such books as "Captive of the which the Arab is glamorous, romantic Sahara," in pictured as and hand- sisting. with Roll call Chinese was answered custom. Mrs. Sadie Riley read a paper on China. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. September 1st. Mamie Fitch on Episcopal Church Change — The St. Thomas Episcopal church will hold its services at 11:00 o'clock on Sunday morning. some. When you get here you find them to be sneaking and anything but glamorous and romantic. The women do the heavy work and at a very early age take on the appearance of a hag. They have tattooed faces and rings in their ears. They, as well as the men, are very filthy. The livestock here varies from fair to poor. However, since the arrival of spring and plenty of animals look much LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Albert Dunn and sons, Roger and Alan, came last week for a :iome two weeks' visit at of her parents, Mr. the and r Chrischilles' The Most Comfortable Store In Algona When it's hot and sticky outside, remember that it's always cool and comfortable in this store. You'll want to try on the lovely new fur and cloth coats we are now showing. Don't let the weather stop you. It's ALWAYS COOL AT CHRISCHILLES'. You can try on heavy winter coats in this cool, comfortable department without noticing the heat outside. Why not look over the big stock of winter coats now on display? People are buying them too. We have sold more winter coats in August than ever before. It's none too early. The selections are better. And it's always 20 degrees cooler in this store than on the street. Come in the ne^t hot day and see for yourself. ITS ALWAYS COOL AT CHRISCHJLLES' Mrs. C. H. Hain. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pittman returned Tuesday from Clear Lake .vhere they had been vacationing at a cottage since Sunday. The ^itlmans conduct the local credit aureau. Richard Skillins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skilling, arrived home Wednesday noon from Camp Roberts, Texas, where he has been tationed since he entered the irmy in June. He has just completed a course in radio and ommunications. Mrs. Craig Vinson and son Tomny, of Omaha, came Saturday for visit until today at the home f Craig's mother, Mrs. Margaret /inson. Craig is employed in the tomber plant at Omaha. From ere Mrs. Vinson will go to Mithell, S. D., for a few days with er parents. Lieut, and Mrs. Lloyd Roth and son, Dennis, of New York City, were dinner guests Wednesday evening at the home of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and grass, their better. My reactions and personal idea of the war may not truly be expressed here, but everyone js happy to have this much over. As to the rumors about our returning home, they are only rumors, and our army couldn't afford to send home some of our best men. We would all do anything to get there though. Almost forgot to tell about the Roman ruins we have seen. There are many old walls and stone pillars that were built hundreds of years B. C. In some places we dug down and uncovered areas of tile inlaid floors. Corporal H. C. Banwart. ("Banny") Mrs, M. W. iCent, of Homestead, Florida, came Monday for a visit with her, sister, Mrs. Ida Smith, and other relatives. She has been visiting her daughter at New Carlisle, Indiana. Mrs. Smith met her at Mahley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary last week, August llth. They have a family of four children, Winston, Judith, Charlene and Diana. Fred, is rural mail carrier out of Lakota. Mary Lee- Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson, southwest of town is visiting the home folks for a few days and will leave this week for Hunter college in New York City, to train for the Waves in which she was recently inducted. She has been employed in Mason City and Davenport for the past two years. Mrs. Ray Murray and daughter, Madelon, of Des Moines, Mrs. Zella Wise and Deloris Donnelly of Buffalo Center, spent Friday evening with the Dr. H. H. Murrays. Madelon remained for a few days' visit with Ray and Patricia Murray. Mrs. Murray reports their son, who is a prisoner in Germany, writes home often and seems in good spirits. Lotts Creek News Mrs. M. H. Rowe of Grinnell, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lou Robinson this week. Mrs. Rowe spent this week Tuesday with Mrs. Howard Morgan in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jterbert r*6trat and eon Edward and Mrs. Potrati father, H,: F. SiJhUltz, of White more, were at Fort Dodge Frida and fidward. had his tonsils an adenoids removed. Mr. and'Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr and Mrs. John Schallln, Mr. an Mrs. Walter Ohm, of Waterlo; Mrs. Monford Peterson of Swe City and Albert Kessin of thi place enjoyed an outtng at Swa: Lake, .Wednesday. ' A Rusch family reunion wa held Sunday evening at the Arthu Rusch home in honor of Mrs Will Kortegast, of Racine, Wis who has been visiting here th past two weeks and being calloi here by the death of her father Wm. Rusch, Sr. Mrs. Kortegas leftN Monday evening for home accompanied by Phyllis Gengler Elvira Meyer and Alice Zumach for a visit with relatives in Wis consin. Mrs. Albert Kressin accompa tiied Mr. .and Mrs. Mons Olson tc Storm Lake where she visited witl Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene and Mrs Dan Kane and two children Kathleen and Daniel Frederick Jr., of Cheyenne, Wyoming, on day the past week. Mrs. Kane the former Ada Fiene, will now make her home at Storm Lake and her parents will live with her and family. Her husband is a captain in the army at Fort Warren Wyoming. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED KATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—'29 Model A coupe Good motor and tires. Parks Super Service. Phone 798. 33* FOR SALE—1931 Model A, car in good condition. 108 E. College, Algona. 33" Swea-Eagle News FOR SALE—New milking machines, cream separators and electric Store. motors. Algona Maytag FOR SALE—Ford coupe, 1936 deluxe, with radio. In good condition. Good tires. Can be seen at A. J. Dittmer place, 3 ] /2 Mrs. Harold Roth. They have been visiting the men's mother, Mrs. Sarah Roth, at Whittemoru since Monday and will return to New York Friday. Private Allen Wagner, who is stationed at the Shick General hospital at Clinton, returned to his duties there Wednesday of week after a three day furlough which he spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Wagner. While he was here his sister, Mary, who is employed in a defense plant in Los Angeles, and Pfs. Victor Neuroth, who is stationed at Camp Young, California, also came home unexpected- Freda Bergeson left a week ago for Medicine Lake, Minn., to attend a Bible conference. Rudy Berg, who is employed as a stenographer at Kansas City, is home for a month's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg. Wilma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston,, left last Sunday for Los Angeles, Calif., 1o visit her sisters, Phyllis and Marian Preston, who are employed there. miles southwest of Burt. 33* AUTO FOR Good tires. SALE—Buick Private owner. E. Martin, Graettinger, Iowa. '39. J. FOR SALE—Set of harness. New this spring. A. B. Alexander, 3 ¥t miles west of Wallburg corner, Algona. 33* HOSPITAL NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL Aug:7 — Mrs. Tom McPhilips, Corwith, girl. August 12 — Mrs. Paul Cornelius, Fenton, surgical; Mrs. Car- soil Cram, Corwith, medical. August 13 — Betty Jane Asa, Wesley, surgical; Jacquelyn, Cashmere, Corwith, surgical. August 16 — Mrs. Oscar Orr K FOR SALE—5 room modern house with oil heat; 1 bicycle; special price on gun grease and oils. Schultz Bros. 33 1 " FOR SALE—One team of bay mares. Arch Berger, Burt, Iowa. 33* Miscellaneous NEED MONEY to buy a farm? - Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve fefl- ture, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldtj. 24-33* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf YQtrft typewriter and adding machine ribbons at 'the Algona Uptter Des Momes. 44f POft Dt|ttABILlTY*-Fof slveneds— Use Setter Paper. The best; papers are made front rags. Tr^ New Era B6hd, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. for 600 sheets. The Algona upper Del Moines. ', . ^^ AtrCTlNOF USED and wlrer-The AlgoHa-'Basoball club will sell at public auction tit the old Baseball Park on Saturday afternoon, August 21, at 2 p. m, a quantity of .used lumber and wife, consisting mainly of the following: 106 1x6 boards, 108 1x4 boards, 28 1x12 boards, 55 2x4 boards, 43 bridge plank; a quantity of ,6x8's and 8x8's suitable for blocking; 20 rolls of used chicken wire; 1 frame building, 8x8x8, 'suitable for chicken house; 20 fence posts; 3 telephone posts; 15 large' flood lights, suitable for farm yard lights. Terms: Cash. — W. C. Dau, chairman. 33 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf NOTICE—A food and rummage sale will be held Saturday, Aug. , by the Dorcas Society of tha First Lutheran church at the Kirk Motor Co., east of Foster'^ Furniture store. ' 33* KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box contains 50 sheets and 50 envelopes $1.10 a box. Army, Navy, Army and Navy Air Forces, Coast Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-tf FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford bull. Harold Brandow, Algona phone 25F12. 33 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. ll-tf FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf ly. Victor visited Mrs. Wm. Neuroth. his mother, Mary, Victor and Leona Wagner, who is employed at the Algona Produce, returned to California Sunday. Leona is taking a two weeks' vacation and will return at the end of that Tops Yield So Far Union—Lou Robinson had a 20-acre field of Boone oats which went a little :he acre. over 70 bushels to LONE BOCK NEWS Donald Gregerson, who is in the navy, arrived Monday for a visit with his sisters, Mrs. Russell Bate, Lillian and Velma Greger;on. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt and son Donald and the W. R. O'Donnel family attended a Bierstedt 'amily reunion at Interlaken on Sunday. Mrs. Melvin Hawks and family called at the Paul Olson home in Algona Sunday evening and at the Delbert Gietzenauer home in Lotts Creek Saturday. Miss Verda Belle Thomsen, who is taking nurse's training at Albert Lea, arrived Thursday for a vacation of three weeks at the Andrew Thomsen home, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Doty, of Mason City, were guests at the Andrew Thomsen home Monday. Their daughter, Barbara, who spent three weeks here, returned home with them. Plover, boy; Luana Dau, Whittemore, surgical. August 17—Betty Pratt, Algona, surgical; Mrs. William Dickerson, Humboldt, surgical; Verdell Borchardt, Bancroft, surgical; Art Kelch, Corwith, accident. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Aug. 4—Mrs. E. J. Capesius, Fenton, surgical; Paul Westerlund, Lakota, surgical. Aug. 5:—Donna May Jean Newman, Bancroft, tonsilectomy anr adenoids; Allen Wesselman, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids Robert Wesselman, Bancroft, ton- silectomy and adenoids; Gerak Rahe, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids; Maxine Stratton, Algono, tonsilectomy and adenoids Wayne Meyer, Algona, tonsilect- omy and adenoids; Mrs. Prosper Frideres, Bode, boy. Aug. 6—Mrs. Ruth Kintigh, Algona, accident. Aug. 7—Mrs. Bernard O'Brien, Burt, boy; Russell Hardgrove, Algona, medical; Mrs. Eleanor Melville Burt, twin girls, died same day; Mrs. Henry Dunstorff, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Duane Klein, Algona, boy. Aug. 8—Andrew Sankey, Burt, medical; Mrs. Stan Pruitt, Algona, girl. August 9—Phyllis Cruise, Brilt, tonsilectomy and adenoids. August 10—Harlan Herbert, Bancroft, surgical; Mrs. Clarence Stephens, Algona, boy; Mrs. Joe Simmons, Lakota, surgical; Richard DeVary, Armstrong, surgical; Joan Kennedy, Bancroft, tonsil- ectomy and adenoids; Marilyn Mulligan, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids; Marilyn Scholes, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids. Aug. 11—Mrs. Ernest Bormann, Irvington, boy; Ruth Telkamp, FOR SALE—International C-:i truck. Dale Zeigler, Corwith 33 FOR SALE—A good six room house, has two lots with one on the corner. Has cistern, good walks, plenty shade trees, fine location, close in. Price $2000 Owners: J. B. and A. F. Johnston, 109 E. Grove st., Algona. 33 FOR SALE—No. 12 Remington typewriter in good condition W. S. Windell, Algona. 33 FOR SALE—Puppies and good cattle dog. A. M. VanSteenberg, Lakota, surgical. August 12—A. H. Weyland, Mrs. Henry Looft left Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Gardner at Garden City, Minn. Royal, surgical; Rosanne Gress, Lone Rock, surgical; Mrs. Peter Becker, Bode, boy; Mrs. J. L. Vaux, Swea City, medical. August 13—Mrs. Martha King, Algona, medical; Mrs. Andrew Hanson, boy. August 15 — Jerome Stripling, LuVerne, surgical. August 16—Joyce Anderson, Algona, surgical; Harriet Schoby, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Harry Chambers, Corwith, medical. August 17—Phyllis and Patricia Vaske, Bancroft, surgical; Mrs. Joe girl. Loebach, Whittemore, August 18—Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser, Algojia, boy; Schriber, Algon; mia u~«**i5.vTa ~ r > Burt, Route 2. 32-33* FOR SALE—Pullet chicks 10 to 12 weeks old, in the following breeds, White Leghorn, White and Barred Rocks, White Giants, Black Australorps and White Wyan- dottes. Priced right. Phone, write or come in and see us. SWEA CITY HATCHERY, Swea City, Iowa. Phone 35. 29-34 For Rent FOR RENT—Unimproved S. E. 80 acres, more or less, of Section 10, Garfield township, to responsible man. All tillable. Adam Berte, Algona. 33* FOR RENT—Three room office suite in Haggard & Peterson building. Available Sept. 1. Now occupied by Kossuth Credit Bureau. 32tf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular gize, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each. for 35c. 34-tl DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red/ pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, l."c each, 2 for 25c. 3-if USED MERCHANDISE for sale— Laundry stove, 2 lawn mowers, Superfex oil heater like new, 2 good cream separators. We repair all makes of washing machines. Algona Maytag Store. 33 GOOD BUY—Fine, comfortable home of Bishops at 819 S. Minnesota, three bed rooms, al rooms good size, fire place, insulated, new furnace. $6,000 See Joel M. Herbst, 33 Wanted WANTED—Girl for restaurant work. Short hours. Good pay. Rosedale Cafe. ?3 WANTED — Experienced stenographer. Part time. Box 397, Algona. Good pay. 33* WANTED—Five girjs or women, must be over 18, to work in the reconditioning department, lours per day. Time and a for all ov«r 40 hour week. A; person at office. Kent WANTED — Cheap horses and mules. Wm. Durant, Algona. 32-33* WANTED—Hatchery flocks of all breeds. Write or phone, SWEA CITY HATCHERY, SWEA CITY, IOWA. Phone 35. 29-34 WANTED —Local and long distance trucking. C. H. Lasting, 'n care of Walburg's Cafe. Algona. 'hone 159. 30-33» Lost-Found fold . containing draft on and social security at if. D. M. 33* HERE'S A SHOE JOB with a future. Montgomery Ward's Mason City, Iowa, store has an ap- portunity for an expert shoe salesman who is an ace salesman and who can regulate and direct the operation of the largest and most progressive shoe department in north central Iowa. The man we want probably has good job now but is dissatisfied with the possibilities of the fu- :ure. If you are the man, we shall pay you $180.00 per month to start plus extremely liberal bonuses and, P. M. earnings which will guarantee total earnings in excess of $200.00 per month. If this job is down your alley, phone or write Frank Williams, Montgomery Ward, Mason City. Iowa 33* SMALL USED PIANO and bench. Priced for quick; resale. Cash or terms. Write auditing department, Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 33* USED MACHINES 1 I. H. C. corn binder, 1 row. 2 horse mowers, 2 cheap side delivery rakes. 1 2-16 Allis CheJmers plow, heavy type. , 1 2-14 John Deere light plow. NEW MACHINES Spring tooth harrows. New Corn Belt burr null. Just arrived, some new high lift sweep rakes to fit I. H. C. models M and H, also for John Deere Model A- We have plenty pf hog feeders and waterers, HONEYMEAD FEEDS BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona 33 HOME LOANS TO BUY, BE- PAIR OR REFINANCE, NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND SRMS—TOY PAY MORE- 4> gona Fedfjal Savings ,& Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. Card of Thanks Our sincere thanks to all who assisted in any way during our recent bereavement. These kindnesses have meant much to Us. James Strayer and family. 33* NOTICE TO CUT WEEDS We, the Board of Supervisors and Township Trustees of Kos- sUth county, Iowa* appeal to the farmers to co-operate with us by cutting the weeds in their lanes and along the roads adjoining .heir farms. By cutting the tveeds now, this will eliminate a large majority of snow drifts on the road this wintef. The county has a limited supply of snow fencfftg and sfcW removal, equipment and It is 1 practically impossible to buy more, due to the preseftt conflict. ' A few hours work now, mowing 'the weeds along the roads adjoining your farm dan prevent many a. snow bound road this winter. Rertiembefr 'that It is your duty to see to it that your children can go to and from school, you alsd like to receive your daily mail, or the services of a doctor may be needed in your home. These are.; all things to keep in mind, so go after those weeds now before you get rushed with your fall work. ; Signed— Board of Supervisors and Township Trustees Notice of Protmte of Will STATE OF IOWA,' KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT'' Nd.-SOGl March Term, 1943 To all Whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, thut an, instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary A, Runchey, deceased, dated Oct. 25, 1940, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 13th day of September, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'colck A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 18, 1943. 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