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The Algona Uppef ftes Moines, Algotta, Iowa, September 2, 1943 ««* Rolttrt Harvey, Union Buys 80 Acre Tract Union—Robert Harvey has purchased an 80-acre tract of land cast of Hurt. The land, unimproved, is located just south of Mrs Harvey's father's farm, Joe Zan- kes. In an earlier report it was stated that the Zankes were moving to the place. However, this was an error, there being no buildings on the tract. The Zankes plans are indefinite. A Clarence Metzger, of Cresco township, will take the Herman farm vacated by the Harveys. A group of neighbors gathered at the George Kohl home Tuesday evening in a farewell as they are leaving. for their newly purchased home in Algona next week. About 30 were present to wish them luck in their new home. A covered dish lunch followed a social evening. They were presented with a lovely electric table lamp as a parting remembrance. The Kohls have lived in Union a quarter century. They have purchased the Irving Seeman home in the county seat. Pvt. Howard Sarchet, stationed at Brooklyn, N. Y., surprised his folks when he arrived here Monday evening. About 35 of the students got an unexpected furlough so some of them with the aid of the Red Cross were able to leave at once as they were only given a ten day leave, no time extra for travel. He is taking a course in basic Engineering. He was a former Ames student and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet. Mrs. E. L. Jennings and Mrs. Mamie Speicher, both of Titonka, were Saturday night guests at the M. E. Larsen home. Good Hope Supper— The ladies of Good Hope will have a fried chicken supper Thursday, September 9, at the Good Hope Church. Robert Becker, Lakota, was a Sunday visitor at Martin Beckers Mrs. Dixie Elliott, of Charles City, spent the past weekend with Lois Graham. Mrs. Leo Immerfall and smnl. daughter, of Algona, spent severa" days last week with the Wyatt Stotts. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sanderson and family of Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests at the E. L Dickmeyer home. Mrs. Ray McWhorter and her mother, Mrs. Bert McCorkle, of Algona, returned Friday from a week's visit with relatives in Illinois. Private Dale Dickmeyer came lome last week Wednesday eve- ling and is to be here until Sep- ember 8th. Dick has been in a camp at Tallahassee, Florida, and this is his first furlough. Sgt. Herman Schutter, son of Vlr. and Mrs. Bonno Schutter, arrived recently for a furlough. He ias been stationed at Camp White, Oregon, and came to Ames by jlane. He returned to his camp Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarland nd son, Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Godden and baby, of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests t Cecil Long's Algona. The Longs work on the Geo. Godfrey farm southeast of Algona. The Ray McWhorter family were Sunday dinner guests at the August Slagle home in Algona. Audrey Slagle and Virginia McWhorter are leaving September 7th to take cadet nurses' training at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. Bernard Miller was tractor man for Tom Trenary during the threshing run. When the work was finished Bernard received a check for his labor and he related that when he endorsed his check his fingers were so nervous r We're Open All Day Labor Day Colorado Elberta PEACHES, 16 Ib. lug $1.98 Vitamins A++, C+ California Size ORANGES, 220, Dozen 47c Vitamins B1+, C+ + Black Ribicr GRAPES, 1 pound 17c Key to Vitomins ++ Excellent Source + Good Source SUNNYFIELD FLOUR, 25 Ib. Bag: $1.02 50 Ib. Bag RICKET BLUE ROSE RICE 2 Pound Package $2.04 23s SUNNYFIELD WHEAT FLAKES 8 ounce Package QUAKER WHEAT SPARKIES 4 ounce Package ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER Pound Jar .'... SULTANA QUEEN OLIVES 10 V£ ounce Bottle CUT RITE WAX PAPER 125 Foot Roll BLUE LABEL KARO li/a Pound Jar RED LABEL KARO li/j Pound Jar Hot off the Press! fOc 31 c 31 c I7c I4c .I5c The September "Woman's Day" — only 2c UNRATIONED BAKED GOODS Marvel Enriched Bread SANDWICH I I ^ 24 oz. Loaf I I w Cake for the Holiday ANGEL FOOD 20 oz. 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Bottle 17c A-Penn Cedar Oil Furniture Polifh, 20 oz. Bottle 16c SUBSCRIBE TO THE 3rd WAR LOAN. BACK THE ATTACK WITH WAE BONDS A&P FOOD STORES AND t-A (, J MC 1 L/k (.OMiV. N 1 he could hardly write. Bernarc is nine years old and is one of thp army of youthful farmers. Gladys Speicher was the honor guest at a farewell party at the Wm. Speicher home at Elmore Minn., Sunday, Others attending were the M. K. Larsen and Har. vey Graham families, Mrs. Free Jennings, Mrs. E. L. Jennings Mrs. Mamie Speicher, Mr. anr Mrs. Vernon Larsen' and baby Gladys has joined the WAVES anc leaves- for New York City Sept, 9th, for training. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan were business visitors in Elmore Thursday. Beulah Looft left Friday for Independence, Iowa, where she will ieach this year. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knoner were jusiness visitors in Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henricksen visited Wednesday evening at he home of their son, Paul and 'amily. Mrs. Alice Garry and children and Mrs. Thomas Walsh and children shopped at Fairmont last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and family were dinner guests at the Jack Little home at Guckan, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henrick- en attended a family reunion of he Henricksen families at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and loyd and Darpld, of Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Brand home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel and Bobby and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Pingel visited Sunday at Fort ?odge with relatives. Miss Alice Nuss returned home ifter spending the summer as a ounselor in a girl scout camp lear Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs. John Truff was taken to he Immanuel hospital at Mankato on Wednesday where she ubmitted to a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groen and Vlr. and Mrs. Pete Troff were vis- ting their mother, Mrs. John Troff at the hospital in Mankato 'riday. DICK SJOGREN (Continued from Page One) First of all the deceased is placed n an old wooden box or on a able. There the corpse is left for everal days or until all of the •elation can arrive. How one icrson can have so many rela- ives is another question, too. everything is ready now for the march to the cemetery, so in come four men who will carry the body and they place it upon something that looks like a stretcher, cover the corpse with a black shawl and they are on their way. Everything now is very colorful as all the Arabs are dressed up in their best which is usually real bright in color. The march begins and so everyone starts to sing (I guess that's what they are doing). It's really very funny to hear them as they all sing in different ranges. They usually have to walk several miles before they come to a place where others have been placed. Next, everyone starts gathering rocks. You see, the body is just laid down and then covered with rocks. It's really a cheap way isnt't it? Oh, yes, the clothing is removed from the dead for someone else to wear. Desert Arabs Different The Arabs of Africa differs in every section. The ones that live on the desert are by far the best off. They are just like you see them in the movies. Dressed in the best of silks that one has ever seen. Their living quarters are really nice, too. Some live in houses while others live in really beautiful tents. Their horses can't be beaten either. And can those boys ride and shoot? It's really a picture to see them riding across the sands about dusk. Women at Auction By the way, these Arabs still auction off their women at certain ttmes of the year. Some of the chieftains have 38 or .40 wived. Recently 1 1 and some other fellows had the honor of being invited into one of these chiefs' home. It was really swell inside, and did he ever treat us fine?. Fodo, boy, did he pour it on? For once in my army life I was stuffed. After the meal he had some of his girls dance for us. Oh, boyl We managed to talk a little to him through the use o: our language books. I Still can' get the hang of the language. We were all good boys, he said, and maybe we will be invited again I hope. How's Algrona? Enough about Africa. How is LUVERNE NEWS everything in Algona? .Are there anyone left? By the letters I've been receiving I would judge things are kind of dead. It's too bad but one just has to make the best of these things Until the war is over. We on this side are sacrificing plenty, too. The news keeps getting better and better everyday now so maybe we will all be together again soon. Let's all hope so, anyway. To Catch Up On Washing Well, folks, there isn't much, news so I'll stop now and catch ap on some of my washing. You enow, Ted, if I have to do much more I think I'm liable to make t my life's work when I get sack. Gee, Ted, I'm sure sorry that you folks aren't eating many ish. Some people just haven't he art, have they, Ted? Oh, .veil, I'll be back home soon and hen Nellie and I will catch you iome. I received a very nice let- er from Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, tell them thanks an awful B. B. SJOGREN, Your War Correspondent. P. S.—I am feeling fine, but a ittle homesick. nd ot. Mrs. Henrietta Morthup came from Goldfield Friday t6 visit a Arthur Dimlers. Doris Dehnert and her ffiem came from Mason City to spend the weekend af Edw. Dehnerts. Vera and Kay Dimbler and George Tiede, Des Moines, were week end visitors With Luverne relatives. George Stoddard, who has been stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training station, visited his sister, Mrs. Wm. Biggs, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Werling Jr., Fort Dodge, spent Monday al Robert Blumers. .The Werlings formerly lived near LuVerne. Howard Marty, the oldest son oi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty has been ill at his home. Arnold Wegner has also been on the sick list Mrs. Helene Trauger has returned to her home in LuVerne, after spending the past two months with relatives at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Geis, St. Paul, visited at Lewis Herkles over Sunday. They were called here by the illness of Mrs. Geis' mother at Algona. Miss Sarah Blumer returned to Waukegan, Illinois, Tuesday to resume teaching in the school there. She had spent the summer with ier sister and brothers. Miss Eleanor Beckman, Cedar Palls, spent several days at her arothers, The Rev. Paul Beckmans before she began teaching Monday at the Vernon Consolidated school. Mrs. Hester Beaman Kerr and children arrived last week from the Panama Canal zone for an extended visit with Mrs. Kerr's mother, Mrs. Wm. Beaman, Sr. Russell Phillips, who has spent Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 26c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. the summer With 'MS tfattdmoih- ,,. . . ton, returned, hdms Thursday ac-» eompanied by 1 Mrs. HelmieR .and Miss 'Ddfothy-Heiffllek, Bellas Center, who will visit at the Harold Phillips t)U$ week. M?. And Mrsv tJdelseh celebrated their eighth weddihg anhivers* ary Sunday and the following were dinner guests! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jacobsen, Billy and Bruce, Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Vitcor Sween, Clarion. Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Rogers received word that their grandson Joseph Griffett, Nlcholasville, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Griffett, was to receive his pilots wings and commission as Second Lieutenant at an air field at Albany, Alabama, last "Monday. ' Mrs. J. Ferguson McCall and daughter Adrienne, Chicago, who are visiting at J. L. Lichtys, accompanied Mrs. Don Ross, and son Vincent, Corwith, to Clarion Friday,' where they visited Mrs. George Veldhouse and her new son, Gary Allen, at the Clarion Hospital. The three women attended the Chilicothe Business College together several years ago and were renewing their former friendship. A wedding of interest to Lu- Verne people was solemnized Sunday evening at the St. John's Lutheran church at Burt when Rosetta Gifftfrd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gifford, Burt, became the bride of Robert Blumer, Jr., oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Blumer, LuVerne. The Rev. Richman, pastor of the church officiated and Mrs. Fred Sintz, Livermore, played the nup- ial music. The Presbyterian Ladies Association met Wednesday of last week at Mrs. Albert Schipulls vith a good attendance. Mrs. Guy Trauger was lesson leader and reviewed several interesting articles !rom Women and Missions. Guests at the meeting included, Mrs. J. Ferguson McCall, Chicago; Mrs. MJiteft WattriaftEter,, Colfa*, and Mils Eleahof Besseffrian, Dfftaha. Mrs, Aefcsel Ntaisoir aM -Marie Hunt Will be hostesses at the next meeting,' * A family re-uhion that Was A surprise to some pi the members Was held Sunday fit the A. T. Skows liea* Rutland. A sister of Mrs. Skdw, M*s> Matzah Jofflh- sen, Chicago, is visiting here and another sister, Mf's. Hans Christensen, Westbrook, Minn., her husband, two softs, JSmil and Roy and their families and a daughter ,tsttf6 t^Sfcdtys tot the day.; 4 ^ Quests at the Skbw home- 'fl Ihifd' Sister, Mrs", Cries... , Zelgef find her ' husband, . LaKe- Cij$v foWa, & fourth sister, Mrs. Harry Ghrlstenseft aftd ' husband and daughters, LuVefhe, a broth-' er.< Walter' rfenserf and family, Hdmboldt and ft daughter Mrs., Wm. Mpeding and family, Lu- Vefne. It was a complete family " gathering of the Jensen; family with the exception of one brother, Fred Jensen, of Oakland, Cattf. . Group' pictures were taken. "i For Sale 'OR SALE—Registered milking shorthorn bulls, serviceable age md younger. Aaron W. Steussy, AiVerne. 35-36* ^OR SALE—Clean Easy milking machine, 5 mo. old. Coronado iil burner. Edwin Berninghaus, ; mi. so. and 5 e. of West Bend 35 M QLASSME FOR SALE—Commander Mimeograph like new, automatic feeding, just the thing to get out school or church notices and programs. Price $30. Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa. 35 FOR SALE—Used Copper Clad range, laundry stove, 2 cream separators, and gas engines. New heating stove, milking machines, cream separators, and battery pucks for radios. Buy your steel wool now. Algona Maytag Store. 35 FOR SALE—'41 Plymouth five passenger coupe. Deluxe heater, Motorola radio. Good condition throughout. Phone 760 daytime, evenings, 354. 35* FOR SALE — Used circulating heater and New Home sewing machine. Gamble Store 35 WANTED—Saleslady. Permanent position. Elite Shop. 35 WANTED—Girl for restaurant work. Short hours, good pay. Rosedale Cafe. 35 USED MACHINERY Allis Chalmers 20-35 tractor. John Deere "G. P." tractor and three row cultivator. John Deere 3-14 plow. I. H. C. 2-14 Plow. Allis Chalmers 2-16 plow. Oliver 2-16 plow. 2 Cheap side rakes. 2 Mowers. 2 Wagon boxes. HONEYMEAD FEEDS for all livestock. TRACTOLUBE OILS AND GREASES for tractors, trucks and automobiles. Firestone Farm Tires. We have in stock, hog feeders, hog waterers, wood water tanld, high lift tractor sweep rakes and spring tooth harrows. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 South, Hotel AJgona FOR SALE—Papex ensilage .cutter, type "L" machine, used three years, 50-ft. of pipe. Clifford Krantz, Titonka. . 35-36'" FOR SALE — 1935 Chevrolet coach, good tires. Also big pair work mules. M. C. Humphrey, 1 mi. N. Algona. 35- FOR SALE — Young bulls and heifers, purebreds — priced to sell. Ralph Brown, Algona. Phone 3-F-14. 35-36" FOR SALE—Yearling registered Berkshire boar. Phone 9-F-3 or call at J. P. Simons, 3 mi. S. on 169 and 2 W. 35* FOR SALE—1931 Model A coach. Call at the Wilson Bakery after 7:00 p. m. 3j> FOR SALE—1929 Model A coach. Good tires and motor. Bruce Loewenstein, Hanna Ranch, Lu Verne. 35- 11 FOR SALE — Improved quarter section near Buffalo Center. Priced for quick sale. Inquire Box 112, Webster City, Iowa. 35-36* FOR SALE—Tomatoes, first quality, bring containers. Lee Hendren, 703 S. Jerome St., 2 blocks north of main entrance to fail- grounds. 35" FOR SALE—240 Acres of Portland township land, to settle estate. Priced to sell. See W. E. Me Donald. • 35-38 FOR SALE 160 acres $ 125 320 acres, Elec 150 214 acres, Elec 120 222 acres, Some past H5 320 acres ;. 15° 228 acres I 15 160 acres 150 7 acres 3,000 50 acres 200 160 acres, Elec 35 240 acres 100 Edw. Capeslus — Algona, Iowa 35 FOR SALE—Anton Goetz estate 6 room modern house in Wesley. Practically new. Full basement. Also 7 room house. Three acres with the two houses. Can be divided as buyer desires. See Louis Goetz, Wesley. 34-35* FOR SALE—Black-faced Idaho feeding lambs. Place your orders with Donald Erickson, Algona. 34-36* FOR SALE—One good milk cow and five dairy heifers. Eli Eager, LuVerne, Iowa. 34-H5 FOR SALE—319 acres near Lone Rock, all tillable, excellent soil, land clean, good buildings, fenced with woven wire, low tax, possession March 1st, 1944. O. J. Grau, Storm Lake, Iowa. 34-35 For Bent FOR RENT—Three room office suite in Haggard & Peterson building. Available Sept. 1. Formerly occupied by Kossuth Credit Bureau. 32 tf Wanted HELP WANTED — Men with Business experience to train for store managers. Jobs good after the war. Apply at local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 34tf MARRIED and single men wanted on livestock farm, Will pay top wages. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock. 35 WANTED—Used Farmgll cultivator. No. 229 or 33$. Call phone 856W, Algona. . . 33* WANTED—Home for school girl, 14, to work while going to school. Ray Sankey, 3 mi. S. E. Algona. 35* HELP WANTED—Food industry is essential. We need help, male and female, to prepare poultry and eggs for army, navy and civilian use. Besides receiving good pay, plus extra overtime, you will be helping to keep our boys well fed. Apply Swift & Co., Algona. 35-36 WANTED—Full time clerk with one day off each week and a part time clerk to work from 2 to 3 days a week. See Manager at A & P Store. 35 WANT TO RENT—by couple, for several months, furnished heated apartment. Two rooms and bath, kitchenette with gas or electric 'stove. F. A. Robinson. Phone 965. or 966. 35* HELP WANTED—Men, women, for work considered fourth in essentiality—preparing food products for army, navy and civilian use. Good pay. Extra overtime. Apply Swift & Co. 34-35 Miscellaneous NOTICE! Johnson's Lunch Room will be closed on Sundays beginning September 5. 35* AETNA FARM LOANS — Low rates, no commissions, appraisal or title examination costs to the borrower. It is worth looking into. Call or write Hutchison & Hough, Security State Bank Bldg. 34-43* 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 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 infeignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-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 Moines. 9tf 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 size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tl DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, lt>c each, 2 for 25c. ( 3-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE XND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tin? best papers are made from rags. Try New Er?> Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf PPONOQRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, al- btuiis.«i-Kp6suth Radio'& Electric, ' ' ' " NOTICE Sales will be held Friday afternoons instead of evenings. Good place to sell or buy livestock. KANAWHA SALES PAVILION No. 10 and 12 Scoop Shovels 2.35 - 2.40 Walsh Electric Fence ... $12.50 Air Tight Wood Heaters ,,.,.... $3.25 - $5.50 Five Foot Stepladders — ..... .' $2.25 Genuine " ;.!'••,:•• •, Deitz Lanterns ...; $1.75 Stone Jars—i gal. to 20 gal. size Aladdin Lamp Supplies For All Makes. Pittsburgh and Giltedge Paints, and Varnishes Kohlhaas Hrdw, «:ja«.z-^^^ A Superb Collection oi ANNIS FUR COATS One Day Showing WED. SEPT. 8th This will probably be the one and only opportunity to see the complete ANNIS fur coat line this season. Mr, Howe will have over 150 gorgeous coats in his line and you may make your selections directly from this stock, All selling will be done by local salesmen and you will not be asked to buy from strangers. Remember the 73 year-old reputation of this honest store is your best guarantee. A guarantee is only as good as the store that makes it, Buy close to home—buy from home folks who will do more for you than strangers who are here to-day—gone to-morrow. See the ANNIS line Wednesday. It will be sold by My, Chrischilles with an unconditional guarantee thaj; MUST m SATISFIED. ial prices. Furs are getting scarce. Good furs are ALWAYS scarce. That's why you should buy your fur coat from the old reliable CHRISCHILLES STORE. ' , N • , >' r JF~>i* '~;i* %„•** <; --^^"9 •skit* ;.,.V-a^.eS-^.&jtiniit.r. J .a^..faSaa>&J8HJS<

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