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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algdna, Iowa, S<sptenib«r 3*, 1149 FOUR-H FAIR LIVE STOCK SHOWINGS PROVE EXCELENT Exhibits In Baby Beef Division Larger Than Last Year; Good Competition Throughout. The Victory Fair last week proved, after all, not the least disappointing to the thousands who attended during the two days' show. Exhibits in the Floral hall were confined to vegetables and fruits, and to individual exhibits by 4-H club projects. The county superintendent's office had a fine exhibit in the modern school room and in a near-by booth was exhibited the school room of a half century ago. Then, too, there were several booths containing exhibits from individual schools and classes. This part of the floral hall showing proved highly interesting. Live Stock Ribbons In the order of their placing the 4-H club livestock exhibits resulted in ribbon winnings as follows: Heavy Hereford—Vincent Votteler, Fenton, first and grand champion beef, Betty Kettleson, West Bend; Orville Mueller, Whittemore. Aberdeen Angus — John Govern, Bancroft, first and reserve champion; Wayne Jorgensen, Swea City, Albert Borman, Algona. Light Hereford—Bonnie Kettleson, Harold Besch, both West Bend; Robert Kinch, Algona. Shorthorn—Lawrence Muller, Fenton; Don Mergen, Whittemore; Kenneth Johnson, Fenton. Purebred Beef Heifer — Craig Seely, Algona; Leonard and Doi- ovan Studer, both Corwith. Group of 5 Baby Beef Calves— Fenton, Garfield, Irvington. Donald Borman won the showmanship award in baby beef. Purebred Duroc Gilt — Shirley Weber, Dick Deber, both Irvington; Donald Borman, Algona. Many Hog Awards. Purebred Duroc Boar — Dick Weber, Shirley Weber, Donald Borman. Poland Gilts—Junior Merrill, Seneca; Loren Hans, Lakota; Robert Hanna, Lone Rock. Poland Boar—Dick Borman, Whittemore; Loren Hans, Lakota; Vernon Borman, Whittemore. Hampshire Gilt—Donald Fett, Jim Fett, both Lu Verne; Paul Schenck, Algona. Hampshire Boar—Den and Jim Fett, Ray Schenck, Algona. Berkshire Gilt—Donovan Studer, Corwith; Paul Bonnstetter, West Bend; Robert Hanna, Lone Rock. Berkshire Boar—Donovan Studer; Robert Hanna; Garry Schenck, Burt. Spotted Poland Gilt — Orville Muller, Whittemore; John and Tom Govern, Bancroft. Spotted Poland Boar— Orville Muller, 1st and 2nd; John Govern, Bancroft. Grand Champion Gilt—Duroc, owned by Shirley Weber; boar, a Duroc shown-by Dick Weber. Loren Hans won the showmanship award. Donald Fett won the Jos. Skow. award for the best Hampshire gilt and boar, $10 in war stamps. Market Litter—Albert Borman, Algona; Gene Waltman, Corwith; Jim Walty, Burt. Grand Champion Barrow— Duroc shown by Albert Borman. Lambs and Dairy Cattle. Market Lamb—Kent Seeley, first and second. Purebred Lamb—Craig Seeley, Algona, Leonard Studer, Corwith. Holstein Calf—Jerold Soder- brun, Bancroft; Lee Schenck, Algona. Holstein Heifer—Harold Bode, Algona; Gilbert Berninghaus, West Bend. Brown Swiss Heifer — Robert Meyer, Algona. Brown Swiss Yearling—Robert Meyer; Durwood Rutledge, Algona. Milking Shorthorn Heifer- Frank Jenkinson, Algona; 2-yr.- old, William Jenkinson, Algona. Grand Champion was a Brown Swiss shown by Robert Meyer; reserve champion, a Holstein shown by Harold Bode. Showmanship award won by Wayne Barr, Algona. Clug group of 5—Algona, Bancroft, Titonka. Betty Kettleson, of Garfield, won the $10 in war stamps by Iowa State bank for best record book. Red Cross Asks For Felt and Wool Goods The Kossuth Red Cross has a new project to make "scuffles" or soft soled bedroom slippers for convalescent service men. The slippers are made with a sole cut from an old felt hat and'the tops from heavy woolen garments, and then are lined with flannel. Anyone who has old felt hats and woolen garments which they can donate for the cause should take them to the local Red Cross Chapter over the Iowa State Bank any afternoon, Monday through Friday. Those living outside of Algona should take their donation to their branch chairman. The garments must be clean when turned in, as the Red Cross has no means of washing them. Lt. Raymond Steven Now Bomber Pilot Along with six other lowans Lt. Raymorid E. Steven, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Steven, 422 W. State street, Algona, was graduated today from the Blytheville, Arkansas, air field and rated a pilot of a twin-engine bomber aircraft. Lt. Steven is a 1933 graduate of Algona high and entered the service January 15, 1942. Before entering the service he was engaged in farming. LOCALS Word has been received from Lt. Mary Kain that she arrived safely in Africa and- has been there about two weeks. She is a daughter of Mrs. John Kain. She previously served as a civilian nurse in the Aleutians and was cited for bravery when she stayed on duty in a hospital which was under fire by the Japs. Wayne Bjustrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, is now in Nashville, Tenn., where he has received his classification as Army Air Corps pilot. Wayne says that he met Tommy Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, who has also received his classification as Army Air Corps pilot. The two expect to be removed from Nashville soon with their destination unknown. Lt. and Mrs. D. D. Alt left Wednesday for Cedar Rapids to spend a few days with friends. Lt. Alt was just recently commissioned a second lieutenant after finishing officers' candidate school in Florida. He and Mrs. Alt spent the first few days of his leave in Des Moines with his parents and have since been at the home of Mrs. Alt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg. Mrs. J.'if. Spalla, mother of Mrs. -fi. H. Plttman, recently moved to Algona from Britt and has rented one of,the apartments trV Hie Brown court. At the pre'seht time Mr. Plttmart is in the hospital recovering from rheumatic fever which. followed a sever throat infection. Mrs. Pittman is also having her own troubles, as she is getting about in a wheel chair while a broken toe on her right foot and the heel bone of her left foot heal. While visiting in Des Moines recently at the home of her brother, who is ill, she fell down stairs and broke the bones. Theodore Ztttrltsch was here most of last week visiting his family who are at present living with Mrs. Zittritsch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merritt. Theodore is employed in the Bower Roller Bearing plant in Detroit. The firm is doing defense work. The housing situation in Detroit is critical, but Theodore hopes to find a home for his family in the near future. He found one apartment which some friends were vacating, but the owner had decided he would not allow children although the previous tenant had some. So his brother-in-law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Larson rented the apartment. Many property owners allow pets, it seems, but no children. tial food industry. We need pev* eral women and men to process poultry and eggs. Swift & Co., 1A4 Algona. - * * ' * 39-40 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES 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 So and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars. Matt Weydert, Livcr- .more, Iowa. 39" planters, feederfe, tanks. HONEYMEAD FEED Bradley Bros. Phone 714 So. of Hotel Algona 3D FOR SALE: Lowe seed corn— either white or yellow. Can take orders at The Algona Hardware or call 945-W. Andrew M. Hansen, Algona. 39tf FOR SALE: Shorthorn bulls, serviceable age. Charles Froehlich, Wesley. 37-39* FOR SALE: Crab Apples. $1.25 bushel. L. A. Weber. Phone 13-F23, Algona. 39* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars. Guernsey bull calf. Wayne Barr, Algona, Phone 3F21. 39* The Ben Evansons, Story City, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Evanson'p, brother, Myron THEY LEAD A CHARMED LIFE Note the quiet efegarice of detail, the exquisite, careful tailoring, the beautiful fabrics, rigidly testecTforJonger wear by the U.S.Testing bureau. These l\ ., <•»«• .... <L*. are the qualities that. ' !4 t »*i^fe. • »'* •• fto^K T^- • ' '•• ^rSntiess'Townster lastingly 'beautiful and the coat you will| 'always be proud to wear, Sizes) for women and misses.' Chrischilles FOR SALE: 1939 Plymouth coupe, 1932 V-8, 15-30 International tractor, two 13-ft. truck boxes. Harley Hanson, Algona. 39* FOR SALE: 4-H Hereford calves. V. R. McCoy, 7 mi. S. of Algona. 39"' FOR SALE: Duroc boars. New blood for old customers. John F Weber, 2 mi. E. of Irvington. Phone Algona 15F22. 39-W FOR SALE: 1-A Sandwich cylinder corn sheller. Complete with 24 ft. drag. Loyal Gingrich, Titonka, Iowa, 7 mi. N. W. 39-10 FOR SALE: Combination buffet and china closet. Price $7.00. Mrs. Art Wildin, 1 mile west of the Hobarton corner and 4% miles south. "9 FOR SALE: John Deere G. P. tractor. Glen Black, Burt. Phone 5-F100. 29 FOR SALE: Vinegar barrels. Johnson's Grocery. 39 FOR SALE: Two bottom 18 in. Oliver plow with two • sets shares. Can be set into 14 in. In good shape. Paul F. Ludwig, Whittemore. Phone 3283. 39" FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet 5 passenger deluxe coupe. Elbert Garage, Whittemore. 39 FOR SALE: House, 26x26. One story frame building with enclosed porch 8x16. Located on August Gade farm, Garfield Twp. Leave sealed bids with Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, Iowa, on or before Oct. 6. Right to reserve or reject any or all bids. August Gade, Whittemore. 39-' FOR SALE: New milking machines, cream separators, and Vfe and 1-6 h.p. electric motors. Also radio battery packs. Algona Maytag Store. Phone 399. 39 FOR SALE: Used Round Oak cook stove. Several good circulation heaters. Gamble Store. 59 FOR SALE: New Chevrolet 1942 custom built radio. Complete with aerial. Gamble Store. 39 FOR SALE: Fall male hogs. John F. Baas, Whittemore. Phone 3125. 39* FOR SALE: C. W. Bjustrom two- story house at 408 Diagonal. Large garage. $2000. See Joel M. Herbst. 39 FOR SALE: Drop head sewing machine in fine condition, runs like new. Phone 482. 39' FOR SALE: 167 acre farm near Burt. Good buildings, some permanent pasture. $95 an acre, good terms. Possession March 1, 1944. C. W. Nicoulin, 39-40 FOR SALE: Good Hereford bull, serviceable age. Also some good Hereford feeder calves. Alphons Berte, 2% mi. N. East of St. Joe. 39* FOR SALE: 1940 International pick-up, Vi ton; low mileage, A. J. Neeland, Lone Rock. FOR SALE: F-20 regular Farm- all tractor and cultivator. Overhauled. Robert Black, Algona 39* USED MACHINES 1941 Ford Coach. 1937 Chevrolet pickup. John Deere G. P. tractor on rubber. , New Idea No. 8 spreader, like new. Sandwich power corn sheller. Dump rake. McCormick 5 ft. mower, rebuilt. McCormick Hammermill. Several good plows, discs, harrows, cream separators. NEW Hanwiermills, barrows, corn FOR SALE: Hereford bulls, ready for service. Some registered. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 37-39 Wanted DISHWASHER WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN. APPLY HOTEL ALGONA. WANTED: Baby's Auto Seat. Mrs. W. W. Hammand, Bancroft, Iowa. 39* WANTED: Bean combining. Carl T. Grisham, 1 mile west of the Hobarton corner, and 4% miles south. 39 WANTED AT ONCE: Girl, out of school, who would like to take up this profession. Good salary to start, fast advancement. Brown's Studio. 39 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: Married man to work on farm. Yeaf around job; Six room house and extras' furnished. See or call Joe Preston, Swea City, Iowa. • 38-39 Miscellaneous GET AN ESTIMATE -for your body and fender work* from the Allen Motor Co.', now located in the Foster building formerly occupied by the McCormick- Deering Store. 39 ALLEN MOTOR CO. and Allen Body and Fender Works, now located in the Foster building formerly occupied by the McCor- rriick-peering store. Come and see us. Bring us your wrecks. 39 FOR A COMPLETE MOTOR repair and overhaul job bring your car to the Allen Motor Co., now located in the Foster building formerly occupied by th,e Mo- Cormick-Deering Store. 39 DON'T LET YOUR CAR look like an old wreck because it needs new paint. Bring it to the Allen Motor Co. for a complete rejuvi- nation and face lifting. Now located in the Foster building formerly occupied by the McCor- mick-Deerirtg Store. 39 BUY YOUR ANTI-FREEZE Solution NOW. 35c per qt. $1.40 per gal. Gamble Store. 39 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* 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 SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf 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 WANTED: ROOMS, SMALL APARTMENTS, UNFURNISHED HOUSES in Algona and nearby rural areas. Large numbers of workers expected next week. Phone No. 1. Algona Chamber of Commerce. 39 WANTED: Coal and wood heaters. Call Coast to Coast Store. Algona. 39 HELP WANTED: You can eain extra Christmas spending money and at the same time help your country by working in an essen- PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impres 7 siveness—Use Better Paper. Tho 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 AbblNG MACHINE Roll* for gale at Ihe Algona Upper be* Moines office. Regulai" size, 13c each, Z for 2Bc. Large si2e, 20o e&ehy $ fofdfic; • ' 34-0 Exchange bept. Bdsement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast Sets,; Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture ; 1-tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends, \relatives and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our baby. Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Bormann and daughter. 39* CARD OF THANKS: We «tt* cerely appreciate 'the many kindnesses shown us at the time of out' recent bereavement, and also wish to thank our frlert-is and neighbors for the beautiful flowers sent at that time. John F. Baas. Notice of Probate of Wlil STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, us. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8075,, September Term, 1943 To,All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, "that an instrument of writing purport* irtg to be the last Will and Testament of Fred W. Schneider, Deceased, dated January 30, 1937Y having been this day-filed, opened arid read, Mdnday tha 1,1 th d<tf 6fr CHttobSr, 1W8, Is fiiea tot hear* ing fstqtst of, same at the cmM. House itt' Algort'a, Iowa, jMqfe the'fiisirfet Court at said County,, or the Clerk oi said Court; aftd at 16 o'clock A'. M., of the^ day- above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required td. appear, : and show; cause, if any they have, why said instrument should mot' be probat* ed and allowed as arrd for the last Will and .Testament of said deceased. , * . Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 15, 1943. HELEN WHITE, Clerk' of District Court. fi. C. McMAHON, Attorney. • 37-39- 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 PADS and 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. Stf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can orderfthem at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-tf Sound sleep is a must these busy times. That's why you'll cherish Candleglow— Munsingwear's own soft cotton knitted with little rayon decks that make the fabric shimmer. It's coiy, soft and warm— keeps you more comfortable, helps prevent colds, logks like luxury. It comes in uncluttered, simple young styles well put together for staunch wear, easy tubbings. Sleeping'? • treat jn Candleglow. See our Munsingwear collection. Chrischilles ... IS THE MAGIC CARPET THAT TAKES YOU EVERYWHERE ... It covers all phases of life . . . it enables you to do more with a smaller wardrobe... it's the "EXTRA" that makes your clothing last longer . . . even if your wartime program calls for more work, longer hours and harder wear on your wardrobe. Yes, quality is a magic carpet ... a carpet that makes its first stop here.* For wartime purchasing, look for quality and then give your clothes the care they deserve. It's a sure recipe for making them last! At Zender's You have a 'huge stock of coats to choosd from. All wool quality coats from . , 15 to 50 Yes You Can Buy A 100% pure wool suit at Zender's. (We refuse to carry anything but all wool.) Quality suits by the world's best clothing makers. • ' 25 30 36 4060 You Are In Hat Heaven At Tender's, Three famous makes—Champ —Valridse —Stetson, featuring all fur bodied hats, 40 Dozen hats to choose from, 3.45 3,96 5,00 6,50 7.60 mfmanil^ ^fftumilGJIt «p^i . w *HHIipP^ ip^^WP<^W i^^Wf ^IW . _ w^H^^ NORTH IOWA'S LAB^ST CLOTHING STORE *Hrf '^',

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