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the Afttihtt Upp<* Des ftfdihei, Algdrtft, Iowa, Octete* 7,1943 -—"'•••-• HOLDS FIRST OF MEETS AT ST. JOE The 'first of four meetings scheduled to be held in the county by chairmen and workers In various districts was held at St. Joe Monday, night with representatives from Gnrfield, Riverdale, Sherman, LuVerne townships and St. Joe and LuVernu, present. The session was called to order in the St. Joe parochial school gym by the St. Joe chairman, Wm. Hammer, who in turn introduced A. E. Kresensky, county chairman for the war chest drive. Mr. Kresensky outlined the purpose of the meeting, that of instructions for the district chairmen and workers. Speakers From Algona He then introduced Luke Linnan, Algona, who scheduled the reason and purpose for the setup of the war chest committee and the allocation of the funds to the various agencies. Rev. C. C. Richardson, Algona, was then introduced and he spoke on the matter of solicitation, picturing the need lor the funds to be distributed to the agencies. Supplies for the workers were distributed 'by Mr. Kresensky after which the different groups and chairmen held conferences concerning the drive and methods of procedure. Workers Present Present at the meeting were from LuVerne Mrs. John W. Tiss, Mrs. Vernon Evans, Mrs. George Wolf, Mrs. Aaron W. Steussy, Mrs. Frederick Will, Mrs. Waif Waltman and Mrs. Edward Lenz; from "LuVerne township, Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Mrs. Joe Lien- ty, J. L. Lichty, Hugh Shirk; from Sherman township, Elmer Gronbach and Kasper L. Kohlhaas; .from Riverdale township, Julius Capesius, A d o 1 p h Fuhrmann, Prank Bormann, H. E. Plathe, Charles Plathe, John Bormann, John Erpelding, Anton Beckar and Douglas Wildin; from St. Joe, Wm. Hammer. A 13 Complex .Sailor Lynn Gross, farm youth of Winneshiek county, Iowa, sur- •vivor of the ill-fated light cruiser Helena in the battle of Guadalcanal last November 13, returnee! to the states on Friday, August 13. The Navy man was in 13 engagements during 13 months and the Helena was hit 13 times in the November 13 battle. The cruiser was sunk in its 13th engagement. Farmer's Wife Whittemore Active In Food For Victory Aiding in the war effort by way of an active part in the Food For Victory program )s one farmer's wife in Kossutli county. And her effort is no ,small and negligible one at that. Mrs. Theo. Meier, living on a farm four miles north of Whittemore, has a job on her hands. She is raising this year 1,000 chickens, has 100 ducks, and 50 geese and 50 goslings. To properly care for and keep fit and growing this much poultry is no small job. Three Unusual Geese An unusual condition exists in the flock of 'geese being grown by Mrs. Meier. Three of them are laying eggs at this time. This may not seem so unusual to the average person. However, the average goose discontinues laying activities between the middle and latter part of August. It is a rare occasion to find a goose egg after September 1st. But Mrs. Meier is gathering three goose eggs every day for the present. ; , j Rites Held Oct. 2 For Mrs. Harry Bates Funeral services were held Saturday at the McCullough chapel 'or Mrs. Harry Bates, Union :ownship, who died Thursday at the General hospital following a severe stroke suffered the day before. The Rev. D. R. Martin conducted the services and interment was made in Riverview cemetery. Lydia Sarah Ripke was born Sept. 15, 1876 at Cedar Falls, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ripke. On May 16, 1900 she was married to Harry Bates. A few mpnths later they moved to Kossuth county and lived the remainder of their married life in Plum Cr"eek and Union township and Algona. Beside her husband Mrs. Bates s survived by a daughter, Edith, now Mrs. George Broesder, and a son, Earl R., who came from Indiana as soon as he was notified ;hat his mother had had a stroke. There is one grandchild. -A brother and sister also survive. Sight Worth Seeing: Thirty years ago the Cedar county fair advertised a feature 'worth coming a hundred miles to see." It was two flights daily in an "aeroplane" by the expert aviator, Louis H. Gertson. TA/'SUTTON A REAL VALUEI $6.95 jThis blanket, made of 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25%' I cotton, is full size— 72" x 84". Available in lovely colors '.i—rose, blue, green and cedar. Luxuriously bound..; r-ii*—*""""' Chrischilles 9 NEWAU-WOQl MEASURE! wMt and lc»f BE SURE! Chatham i Informatitit Litti - x ytarantta valut tuuf Chrischilles 9 RITES FOR MRS. GEO. BOYLE AT WHITTEMORE, MON. Mrs. George Boyle, widow of One of Kossuth county's more prominent men of some thirty or forty years ago, died Friday afternoon at Whittemore where she and her sister, Mrs. May Brown of Pennville, Indiana, were visiting their brother, Joe Butle^and sister, Mrs. John Van Hise. Mrs. Boyle has been making her home in Pennville for a number of years, but returned to Whittemore about two months ago for a visit and was taken sick while there. Elizabeth Theresa Butler was born February 4, 1865, at Peoria, Illinois, the daughter of James C. and Mary (Cannon) Butler, natives of Ireland. Her family came to Kossuth county in 1890 and her father purchased a farm near Whittemore where he lived until his death in 1B91. On January 20, 1902, Elizabeth was married to George Boyle, who was at that time president of the Whittemore State Bank, as well as engaged in other enterprising lines of businses. Mr. Boyle died some years ago. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 8:30 from the St. Michael's church at Whittemore wiht the Rev. Wm. Veit in charge and interment was made at the Whittemore Catholic cemetery. Besides the sisters and brother mentioned previously, Mrs. Boyle is survvied by a step-son, Mark Boyle, who lives in Long Beach, lalif. War Victory Hemp Notes (By Kinsey & Elston, Mgrs.) Hemp notes were set aside for a period during the activity of cutting the hemp crop and the :eneral hustle bustle of the past month. Hemp cutting was finished last week and all we need now is a good rain or so, to start the hemp to retting (apologies to the bean harvest). Chances are that the last hemp cut will finish retting just as soon as the hemp that was cut first. Fields are being watched daily for signs of retting. So far the hemp has only bleached out and dried to some extent. Nature does the retting. The hemp will be graded as to length only for a tentative classification in the fields and in the presence of the grower. The actual grade depends on the care in handling, retting and condition of the straw at delivery to the mill site. A crew of six men are now receiving grading instructions and will soon be in the fields making tentative grading and will be able to tell each grower the class or grade of hemp he may expect if proper care in delivery and handling is taken. Some binders have been delivered to rings and the balance of machines that we have received are being delivered this week. Our last car of seven machines is expected to arrive today and we are confident all machines will be on hand at the proper time for binding. • Answer—No tractor tires were reported punctured during the cutting season. Hope no one feels sorry about the results of their predictions. We don't. Mrs. Bishop Returns To Iowa This Week Mrs. A. A. Bishop writes from San Diego, Calif., where she has spent the past six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Patterson, to say that she will be back in Iowa this week at her new home, 904 15th Place, N. E., Mason City. She has been in California helping to care for her new grandson, the first grandchild for the Bishops, who has been named James Bishop Patterson. Capt. Patterson has just been transferred from Camp Callan, near San Diego, to Eugene, Oregon, at the State University there. Mrs. R. L. (Ruth) Gorr, who has been with her father at Mason City since the Bishops moved there during Mrs. Bishop's absence, has gone to San Diego and will stay with Mrs. Patterson (Esther Bishop) until she can go to Eugene. The John Bishops are now at Hollywood Beach, Florida, where John will complete his indoctrination course this week. He is an ensign in the navy. John's roommate is Cecil Boyer of Mason City. His wife and Mrs. Bishop, the former Elaine Hilsteadt, have an apartment together. Mrs: Boyer is the former Marion Van Ness of Mason City, a niece of L. J. Dickinson. Jim Bishop, navy lieutenant in the marines, reports that he receives his Algona Upper Des Moines regularly even though he is constantly moving about. (How's this, Jim?) William Rex Taylor to Take Air Training The Des Moines Army Aviation Cadet Examining Board today announced that William Rex Taylor, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, Algona, had successfully qualified for training as an aviation cadet in the army air forces. A letter has been furnished him requesting his assignment to the air corps. After volunteering for induction through his local draft board he will .be sent to a basic training center and part of his preparatory work will include five months at a selected college. Lt, Mildred Faber To Shick Hospital Lt. Mildred. Faber, of West Bend, left -''-Algeria Monday f 6t Shick General ''Hospital at Clinton, where there is an army base. Mildred graduated ' from St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester Minn., in the spring .of, 1942, Since then she has been working at the. Mills Memorial Hospital, .near. San Francisco, Calif. Mildr'ed was commissioned a second lieutenant on August 30th at Des Moines V/hen the was sworn into^ the army as ft nurse. Mildred is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Faber, of West Bend, and is the sister of Mrs. Nichals of Bode. Mrs. Jim Long and soVi Roger spent Saturday at the Bert Olson home at Algeria. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 ivords or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive lo pel word commission. For Sale 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: Duroc boars. New blood for old customers. John F. Weber, 2 mi. E. of Irvington. Phone Algona 15F22. 39-40* FOR SALE: 1-A Sandwich cylinder corn sheller. Complete with 24 ft. drag. Loyal Gingrich, Titonka, Iowa, 7 mi. N. W. < 39-tO 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: Fall Spotted Poland male hogs. John F. Baas, Whittemore. Phone 3125. 40* FOR SALE: 30 head Purebred Spotted China boars, low, down, easy feeders. New blood for old customers. M. L. Barton, Vi mile E., 1 mile S. LuVerne. 40-*5 FOR SALE: Two black-faced bucks. Emil Bierstedt, 3 mi. N. of Fenton. 40* FOR SALE: Nearly new Case 2-14 tractor plow. Can be set in to make 2-12. Howard Witham. Phone 10F2, Algona. 40-41* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, new blood. The broad back, easy feeding kind. Farmers' prices. Paul Krueger, % mi. South and 4& West of Titonka. Phone Burt. 40tf FOR SALE: Purebred yearling Poland China and Spotted Poland China boars. Also young Poland China boars. E. O. anrl Dean Mann, Burt. 40* FOR SALE: 250 acres well improved land. $112.50 per acre. J, H. Sheridan, Bancroft. FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire spring boars. Also one yearling. Will deliver reasonable distance. Thomas R. Crahan, Livermore, Iowa. 40-41 FOR SALE: Grade milking shorthorns. Some fresh, others fresh soon. All young cows. Extra good milkers. Clinton Waltman, Burt, Iowa. 40-41* FOR SALE: Good used stoves, dressers, 2 ranges at $10 each. Strollers, beds, chest of drawers. The Trade-In Store. East of Court House. . 40 FOR SALE: 1940 Ford coach, clean; 1937 Chevrolet pickup. 1932 Chrysler sedan. John Deere G. P. tractor on rubber. Sandwich corn sheller. Sulky hay rake. I. H. C. Hammermill. Plows, power lifts, cream separators, manure spreaders. We have repairs for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey Harris farm machinery. We repair and service all makes of tractors and farm machinery. BUADLEY BROS. South of Hotel Algona Phone 714 40 FOR SALE: NEW water tanks, Firestone tires, hog feeders, I spring tooth harrows, rotary hoes, discs, Hammermill belts, spike tooth harrows, mounted sweep rakes, baling wire, and twine. Tractolube oils and greases. HONEYMEAD FEEDS For all your livestock. BRADLEY BROS. South of Hotel Algona Phone 714 40 Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas received a message Monday from Farragut, Idaho, that their son, Edward, who has been in camp there, is suffering with inflam- atory rheumatism. His address is U. S. Naval Hospital, Farragut, Idaho, Ward C-3. He would appreciate any letters bis friends might write. FOR SALE—Sew Milking machines, cream separators, radio battery packs, V\ horse power and 1-6 h. p. electric motors. Algona Maytag Store. 40 FOR SALE: Sperbeck large home, two lots, at 801 E. State, $4500; Bjustrom home at 408 Diagonal, $2000. See Joel M. Herbst. 40 FOR SALE: Fall spotted boars. Ralph Thompson, 1 mi. N. of Lone Rock. 40-41* FOR SALE: John Deere No. 6 combine, complete with windrow pick-up and straw spreader. Also bean, flax, and grass seed equipment, nearly new canvas and good rubber. Machine in good running order. Theo. J. Bruns, 2 mi. west, 3 mi. north of Buffalo Center. . 40* FOR SALE: 38 open breeding ewes, clean farm flock mostly 3 years old, 1 b. f. buck 2 years Old, $1.2 each. Edwin Hanselman, Lu Verne. 40* FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars, eligible to registry. New blood-lines. 1% mi. N- E - of St. Joe. 40-45* For Rent FOR RENT: Half section farm. Renter must have a good amount of stock and machinery and help to farm or need not answer this ad. Write M. P. H., % Algona Upper Des Moines. 40* Wanted HELP WANTED: You can eain extra Christmas spending inon- ey and at the same time help yow country by working in an essen tial food industry. We need eral women and men to process poultry and eggs.. Swift & Co., Algona. 40-41 WANTED: Experienced stenographer, part time, good pay. Box 397. 40-41* WANTED: 2 Waitresses. 8 hours .per day. $12 per week and board» gumach's Cafe, Fenton, Iowa. Phone 101. 40* WANTED—MORE ROOMS AND APARTMENTS FOR NEXT MONDAY. Please call Chamber of Commerce, Phone 1, TODAY. ' 40 Lost-Found LOST: 700.17 tire and wheel on Oct. 2 between Britt and Wesley. Reward. J. I. Merryman, Algona. 40'* STRAY HOG came to home of Silas Banwart, West Bend. Owner may have same by paying for expenses. 40* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf HELP WANTED — Men with Business experience to train for store managers. Jobs good after the war. Apply at local Councfl Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. -- 34tf 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 PADS and ink, black, blue, green, ,40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. li-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, yod can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-1f 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 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Biustrom's Furniture 1-tl 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* 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, Ifc each, 2 for 25c. 3-yf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best .papers are made from rags. BOY, 15 years, wants job on farm after school, nights, and Saturdays. Phpne 172-J. 40 BEAUTIFUL three-quarter size piano. A-l condition. Priced for quick resale. Write Auditing T3ept., Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 40* FREE! If Excess acid causes you pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample Udga, at Barker Drug Store. 40* USED MERCHANDISE For Sale —2 washers, 2 cream separators, gas motors, good, white pressure kerosene stove. We repair all makes of washing machines and have wringer rolls for all makes. Algona Maytag Store. 40 FINE USED CARS: Just received 15 Fords and Chevrolet from Attraction. BOAR SALE Naefke's Chester Whites 40 Head Top Boar Pigs 7:30 Tuesday Night October 26th, 1943 Write for catalogue Robert Naefke Clarion, Iowa 1938 to 1041 Modeifc These are the deariest, tieSf8st to' ft&W, Used cars that we hafts seen. Thtsy are one owner, low mileage bars and all have exceptionally good Urns'. Drive in and look them over right now as we don't keep this kind very long. We trade—terms. W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. 40 GET IN THE FEED BUSINESS I must get a man tt> work with our District Manager'Itt this community. Must have car, be over 25 years of age. Permanent work, no .investment, good pay. Our men. making up to, $95.00 in a Week. Prefer man Who' has lived on a farm. Write L.G.P., care this paper. 40 DANCE St. Cecelia's ACADEMY Mon v Oct. 11 9 PI m. MUSIC B* COOK'S Rhythm Band Admission 50c plus 5c tax Lunch tnay be bought, ' I FOR A SMART 1736—A two-piece suit that's jroung in •mind .,. Rayon Gabardine and Jumbo Corduroyv In California Olive, Red Spice, Florida Sky Blue. Sizes 12% to 18^. *8.98 2112—A two-piec- ier of Colonial Rayon Crepe glittering with nailheads. In Black, Rio Coffee Brown, Marine Blue, Colonial Green. Sizes 14 % to20H- H2.95 • 1638—Spun rayon Corduroy two-piece Buit with smoked pearl buttons. In, Flying Blue, Algerian Sand, Indian Leather and Harvest Green. Sizes \§Yt t6 22H. Chrischilles Doming t» Epunetsbur*, Hotel Kermore, Wednesday forenoon, Got, |3th; Mason City, Hotel Cerro Gordo, Tuesday, Oct. J?th. Return visits each month. ' , Dr.J.F.Syienb€rger,M.D. SBSSRS who has since J90T Created BP^CilAL DISEASES of Wen I also piseaaes of the Heart, JHood, Skin, ' Stomach, Intestines, tten In an early " , Qoltre, Eowsna, Pcroj Pbeuinatlsm of Joint* jad. Disease Specialist ic, Nervous and omen Scientifically Throat, Lungs, der. nging in Ears and ijlepsy, SJck Head- Appendicitis, •&•*»•••«—*«"- —— Over w% of my patient* come from of tbo»e I have cured. OONSUt/TATlPM FRgg Advertisements At LAW HARRINGTON & towfi ft, J. Harrington. J. D. Rooms 212-14 First Nftt'l Bk. fcldgV ALOONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON If., W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ? ; . Office In Sawyer, Building .., 'Office Phone 427 - -.\r'- 'i ; '• , ALOONA, IOWA V HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORrmtS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1988) ' Donald C. -Hutchison V .. Theodore C. Hutchledft '. .. Security State Bank BuUdlng 4 -,, Phone 251 Algona, Iowa:. B. J. Van Ness Allen A. Brunson) yAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Hcise Building Phone .213 Algona, Iowa, Gfaylord D. ShumWay Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Hutchison Bldg., Phone B»ALGONA, "IOWA LINNAN & l,YNCtf ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Off Ire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg ALGONA, IOWA .'.; L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building P'hone 180 \ Algona, Iowa' PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS . J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEOM Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone $00 Res. Phone 320 C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 RM. 19* Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General .Practice Special attention given to rectalJ diseases, varicose veins and rupture Sawyer Building DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre-Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 789 ALGONA, IOWA „ DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. . Phone 133- Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A, J. EASON, Dentist r Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859" KARL R. HOFFMAN ' 0 ' 0 DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg.;.. Phone 44 Res. Phone lift OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS SAM KAUFMAN Expert Furniture Upholstering and Repairing Next door south Iowa Theatre Phone 852 32 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION ' CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers, and Stockmen with a sound'basis for credit.' Rate 4V4%. Part time office. Friday 1 to 4 p. m at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 59' This Is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper, Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY* "QUICKER SERVICE" HEAPQUARTER8 RUBBfR STAMPS YourordertwiUbefiJW promptly and efficient^ ORPER NOW! STAMP PADS AND INKS' BAND STAMPS-SEAL? THEALGONAUPPEK PES JKOINES

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