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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1943
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The Aigona Upper Des Moines, Algotiay Iowa, September 1$, 1943 i ENTRIES FOR FAIR SHOULD BE PLACED THURSDAY, 23RD Because the Kossuth County Fair is to be only two days in length, it will be necessary this year that all entries be in place on Thursday, the 23rd, so judging can start Friday morning. While it is not absolutely necessary that entries be made before Sept. 23, it would be very helpful to the Fair Association in knowing what to prepare for. There are two classes for nearly all of the field and garden crops grown, Which .will make ,it possible for nearly everyone to show this year if ! they have grown a Victory Garden as • they were urged to do. Premium lists »are available from the Fair Secretary, Aigona To bo Washed An old washer, discarded by the Claude Worden family near Weidon, was-the place selected by a swarm of, bees to deposit their honey. The tub now contains abou 50 pounds of comb honey, but it will be left until next fall. xC •? <• $*- •? OLQUa *\ •slaw ^ t» 15- J « ^m % SUMNER QUARTONS SEEKING DIVORCE CHRISCHILLES S. D. Quarton Mrs. Quarton Cut, Courtesy Des Moines Register Algona friends of the Sumner Quartons, now of Cedar Rapids, were surprised last week to read in the Des Moines Register that Mrs. Quarton had filed suit for divorce. The charge was cruel and inhuman treatment. Mr. Quarton is general manager of the WMT radio station in Cedar Rapids. He is a son of Mrs. W. B. Quarton and the late Judge Quarton of Algona and for a time practiced law here with his father and served as county attorney. Mrs. Quarton was Bertha Cowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles of Des Moines. Their two children, twins born n Algona, are married. A hearing on the divorce action was held last week before Judge . K. Thompson who said his decision would not be entered until this week sometime. Temperature Below Normal Last Week The temperature of the past week registered 7.3 degrees be- ow normal, according to Weatherman Harry Nolle. Even at that, IB says, most of the corn is safe 'rom frost, and especially so if a 'ew days of warmer weather ob- :ains within the next week or :en days. Soy beans, however, are behind in ripening and a frost vould create considerable damage. The record: Hi Low R'n Thursday, Sept. 9 68 42 Friday, Sept. 10 64 41 Saturday, Sept. 11 ....67 43 .05 Sunday, Sept. 12 58 49 .29 Monday, Sept. 13 58 50 Tuesday, Sept. 14 73 47 Wednesday, Sept. 15 70 47 The soil temperature averaged 60.4 for the week. John C. Phillips Is 2nd Lieutenant Today Today, Thursday, John C. Philips, second son of Mr. and Mis. Clarence Phillips, city, completes lis officers' training and receivns lis commission as second lieutenant at Camp Davis, North Caro- ina. He expects to come homo lor a week after which he will 36 sent to Camp Lewis, North Carolina. John entered the service in January of this year, volunteering. He received his basic raining at Camp Haan, Calif. He s attached to the ordnance de- :achment of the army. Second ,ieut. Wm. L. Phillips, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, is an nstructor at Camp Davis at the present time. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbavt were supper guests at the Christy rlenricksen home Sunday. Mrs. Howard Dyer of Des VIoines spent Saturday till Sunday at the H. M. Dyer home. Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Grote of Armstrong were last Tuesdfy guests at the D. B. Mayer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Loge of Elmore were callers Sunday at the lome of Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson. Grant News The Junior class of Grant Consolidated school received their class rings last week. John Kelly, who underwent an appendectomy at the Blue Earth hospital, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham were Sunday dinner guests at the Vernon Larson home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Waterbury and Beverly were Sunday evening visitors at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Mary Govern home near Titonka. Norman Boever, who recently was home on a furlough is now in Camp Pickett, Va., and has been promoted to sergeant. A. M. Kollasch drove to Rochester Sunday and brought Frank Boever home. Frank has been a patient in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. .Merle Johnson of Blue Earth and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lloyd of Ledyard visited Saturday' with Mrs. Fred Brandt. Mrs. Merle Johnson of Blue Earth accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brandt and family to Fort Dodge Friday where Mrs. Brandt went through the clinic. Mrs .Ted Aukes of Buffalo Center and Mrs. Koaloff of Gerled visited Friday at the John Drew home. Mrs. Aukes and Mrs. Drew are sisters and Mrs. Koaloff is their mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Farrington are the parents of an 8% baby boy born Sept. 10. This is the couple's first chijd and also the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Farrington. Wesleyans Attend Rites For Brother at Medford, Minnesota Wesley-^Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mildred ahd Bobby, Returned home Sunday night from Faribault, where they went Saturday morning to attend' the funeral of his brother, John Johnson, 51, who died from a heart attack at Renton, Washington, on Thursday, Sept. 2. Mr. Johnson was born on a farm northeast of town and his wife 'is the formor Miss Bertha Ahrens of Algona. The couple had four children, all of whom were present for the funeral at Faribault. Burial took plnce at Medford, Minnesota. Besides his immediate family He left four brothers, Oscar of Wesley, Ole P. Johnson of Zumbrota, Carl Johnson of Faribault, Andrew Johnson of Canby, Minn., and one sister, Mrs. Ida Blaine of Kenyon, Minn. The family movad to Washington from Albert Lea, five years ago. Two Kossuth Boys Meet In New Guinea Irvington—Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney received a letter from their son Howard who it seems is still stationed in New Guinea and he had recently met Irvin Behrends, son of Mr. and Mrs! A. W. Behrends of Algona. Needless to say both young men were delighted to meet someone from home. Plum Creek Woman's Club Holds First Meet Irvington—Mrs. Carl Hutchifts assisted by Mrs. Grace Phillip! and Tillie Hardgrpve were join 1 hostesses to the first initial fall meeting of the Plum creek Woman's club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Millie Slagle, club president, presided with Madeline Priebe as secretary. The club now has 37 members. Mrs.,Howard Seeley presented and talker on a scrapbook made from interesting bits of material collected by Mr. Seeley on his recent Alaskan trip. An Alaskan flag consisting of a blue background and silver stars was also displayed. At each meeting a surprise number is to be given and this time it was in the form of a guessing contest. Mrs. Laura Keen, highly respected charter member and long time friend of Mrs. Emma Mcwhort- ney, now deceased, gave a paper in tribute to Mrs. McWhorter reminiscent of the early activities of the club-and Mrs. McWhorter's contributions to that organization. Mrs. Sadie Skilling read a poem in memoriam of Mrs. Car- •ie Johnson, also a former member, now deceased. Late in the afternoon lunch was served. Oldest lowaJDam Working of building new flrfod gates in the oldest dam in service in the state has been completed in Pioneer state park near Osage. The dam is constructed of logs and rocks. Jim Dolliver Speaks at Burt September 23 The American Legion Post at Burt will be host to members of the Kossuth County Legion group, at Burt, Thursday evening, Sept. 23. The speaker for the occasion will be "Jim" Dolliver, of Fort Dodge, prominent attorney. Mrs. Henry Blome spent Thursday afternoon at the Lou Nitz home. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c 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 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—240 Acres of Portland township land, to settle estate. Priced to sell. See W. E. Me Donald. 35-38 FOR SALE: Purebred Brown Swiss bulls. Some serviceable age. John Bockes, LuVerne. 36-37* FOR SALE: Shorthorn bulls, serviceable age. Charles Froehlich, Wesley. 37-39 * "Travels" Johnny Tolsma, LeMars boy, has adopted the Indian "travois'' idea used for transportation. The former "travois" used by the Indians consisted of two poles strapped on either side of a horse. On the other ends of the poles there is a little platform sliding along on the ground. Johnny has modernized his "travois" by putting two poles on his bicycle and fixing the unattached ends onto the wheels of a scooter. FOR SALE: Hampshire gilts with litters at side. Also boars, all ages.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 36-38 FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars. Matt Weydert, Livermore. 37 * FOR SALE: Steel wheeled truck wagon. Steel stock tanks. Hog feeders. Heating and cook stoves. No. 48 McCormick Deering cream separators. J. F. Ukena, Lakota 37 FOR SALE: Used coal and wood range, pressure gas stove, 2 cream separators, good Maytag ironer like new. New milking machines, cream separators ami electric motors while they last. Algona Maytag Store. Phone 390. 37 FOR SALE: '32 Chysler sedan. Good 10" Oil Heater. Hot water car heater. Car radio. Bradley Bros. South Hotel Al- IJfT gona. a I FOR SALE: Modern six room house near Catholic church. Make me an offer. D. D. Monlux. . 37* FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorn bulls and heifers. Phone 3501. W. G. Kading, Lone Rock, Iowa. 36-38* USED MACHINERY Tractors, plows, side rakes, mowers, spring tooth harrows, cream separators, gas engines. New Machinery and Farm Equipment Water tanks, hog feeders, hoy waterers, cooling tanks, spring tooth harrows, corn planters, hammermill belts, tank heaters, tractor sweep rakes, baling wire, and binder twine. TRACTOLUBE OILS AND Grease Crow's Hybrid Seed Corn Firestone Farm Tires See us for parts and service on Allis Chalmers, New Idea and Oliver tractors and machinery, ery. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona 37 Miscellaneous 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* SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf NOTICE: Dance orchestra available for dance dates, reasonable prices. Phone 2263. Lester Cink, Wesley, Iowa. 36-37* 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-tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. The best papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-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 insignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-tf RUBBER STAMP PADSTnd ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. 11-if 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 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf For Rent FOR RENT:. Three-room Bungalow in Corwith. Available September 16. Write or inquire of J. L. Rosenberger, 421 N. Phillips, Algona. 37* 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 WANTED: 3 or 4 room apartment on ground floor in Algona by Oct. 1. Two adults. G. J. Gutknecht, 124 E. 3rd St., Spencer, Iowa. 37* WANTED: Girl for restaurant work. Short hours, good pay. Rosedale Cafe. 37 MARRIED MAN wants year round farm job. No children. Write Box 372, Algona. • 37* Lost-Found LOST: Billfold containing valuable papers and money, Friday night at Bancroft. Keep money, but return billfold and papers. Merwyn John, Burt, Iowa. 37* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5075, September Term, 1943 To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and T^sta- ment of Fred W. Schneider, Deceased, dated January 30, 1937, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the llth day of October, 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 10 o'clock 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, September 15, 1943. • HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court, E. C. McMAHON, Attorney. 37-39 J, Schwartz:, Fentoh Home From Hospital Feriton—'Mr, and Mrs. James Schwartz bf Denver, Colorado, arrived Saturday at the parental J. A. Schwartfc home. James receiv-' ed a civilian disability discharge from the Coast Artillery branch of the Service. He has been in the Fitzsimmons General hospital in Denver the past two months. The Schwartzs have two other sons in the- service, Staff Sgt. Karl, overseas, and A/C Robert, of Jackson, Tennessee. "Jim" Schwartz is well known in Kossuth,, having been associated . with his father, Jake Schwartz, in the publication of the Fentdn Reporter since his school days. Prior to his induction into the armed services, .he was connected with the Harlan Tribune and the last year with the Rockwell City Advocate. Antone Johnson Says Hitch Hiking No Good Antone Johnson, Kossuth District Chairman of the Boy Scout Area attended the University of Scouting- held at Storm Lake Sunday and Monday. There were 230 in attendance from the 19 counties of the Prairie Gold area. An? ton fiitchfojtea to Htittboldt Sun;day Morning with an hour ahd 20 minute Record., there h& joined a' party for Storm Lak'e. Returning with the* Monday evening he hitchhiked, or started to, for Algona. Caught a ride to the Livermore corner, then had to walk to St. Joe and by that time he didn't care to take chances, so waited for and caught the 10 o'clock bus to Algona. He says hitchhiking is not so hot. . A CORRECTION Mr. and lirli'-AItahlCatt, of Tl- t'bnka, have? lour Bbhs ih the army the names bf. those »f ftefti betog listed on tfte fcdun'ty service •boafd. 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