The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1943 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1943
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MS. wp The Algoha Upper DCS Molrie*, At*ofla, towft, Oetofofe* 28, 1943 M i MliMlil(llw ^ lHUMMiMltlMtaltoi ^^ Jerome Stacy Died October 24th Mrs. Ada Stacy received the Sad news Tuesday of the 'death of Jerome Stacy Bassett, grandson of J. E. Stacy and H. E. Stacy. Stacy lived at Monroe, Georgia, and in the latter part of August he was stricken with a heart attack. He had visited his mother, Mrs. Kate Bassett, of Sheldon. On his way home he had to be taken from the train at St. Louis, Mo., and later was taken to the John ffoDkins hospital at Baltimore, Md. He passed away Sunday morning, October 24. A wife, son, mother and sister Lou sur- vivd him. The plans for burial are incomplete as it is not known whether he will be buried at Monroe or Sheldon, where his mother and sister live. Mrs, Bassett has many friends here. If the funeral is at Sheldon, Mrs. Stacy plans to attend. Good Trip Miss! Sara L. Hall of near Chi- bago recently visited friends lu Monte2uma, making the entire trip by bicycle. She made the 436% miles trip to Montezuma in 10..days. On the way she stopped at various places to visit friends. One day she traveled 60 miles, 30 miles per hour as she traveled and the best speed she made was down one hill. Young Poet Gordon H. Felton of Indianola is one of the youngest, if not the youngest; editors in the United States. In 1942, Gordon sent out 100 letters to poets over the country asking them to send contributions to a poetry magazine. "Better Quality" SEALS "Quicker Servlet" Livir Stil ORDER NOW, HEADQUARTERS for KMDE-TQ-ORDEJt RUBBER STAMPS YOUR ORDER WILL BE FILLED PROMPTLY AND EFFICENTLY Stamp pads and Inks. Metal Checks and Tags, Badges. Steel Stamps The Algona Upper Des Moines Eleven. poets answered tnd the first edition was soon published. Since that time, the magazine has been published four times a year with,a circulation going into every state. Gordon is now working on a book of poetry which hd hopes id hav* published this fall. Many : Will-know poets haVe had poetry published in his maga-* tine. Recently* Gordon was judge of entries in the 99th annual contest sponsored by the Texas Poetry Society. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 ivorils or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when Charged, 8c per word. N» aij- ents' commlNSlon allowed, If advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE: 40 good spotted Poland China boars. Also some white ones. And a spotted pony. Anton Vammen, Ringsted. 43-45* FOR 'SALE: Jack mule, 4 months old. Mike Elbert, 1% miles west Sexton. 43-44* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. New blood for old customers. Aaron Steussy, Lu- Verne. 43-45* FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered. New bloodlines. H4 mile north of Fenton on Highway 44. Everett F. Mueller. 43-43* FOR SALE: Two Hereford bulls, eligible for registry, serviceable age. Robert M. Loss, Algona. 43* FOR SALE: New Clean Easy milking machines, portable and track line. Cream separators, hand turned and electric models. Radio battery packs. Electric motors, Vt h. p. Cream separator oil, 69c gal. Algona Maytag Store. 43 USED Merchandise For Sale: Pressure gas stoves. Briggs & Stratton and Maytag gas engines. 2 good cream separators. Algona Maytag Store. 43 USED CARS AND MACHINERY 1937 4-dr. Ford sedan. Row-Crop tractor. Used plows, including I.H.C. 216, like new and 2 2-14 plows. 40 ft. Sandwich elevator. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 S. Hotel Algona 43 FOR SALE: Yearling Yorkshire boar, a good one. Chas. Gilbride, Algona. 43* FOR SALE: Tan coat, fur lining, size 12. Two suits, good condition, size 12. Sweaters and skirts. Call at 110 So. Wooster. 43* NEW MACHINERY We have a large stock of feeders of all sizes at reduced prices. 30 ft. Wood elevator. Spring tooth harrows. Rotary hoes. Tractor mounted sweep rakes. Combination stacker and loader; manure spreader available. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 S. Hotel Algona 43 FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars. See Frank Koppen or Joe Koppen, 1 mi. East and IVi mi. South of Lakdta. . 43-45* FOR SALE: 1937 Chevrolet coach. Heater. Motor and transmission completely overhauled. Good rubber. Very clean. Bell-Motor Co., Swea City. 43* FOR SALE: All wool niggerhead overcoat, size 42, reasonable. 610 E. Oak St. 43* FOR SALE: Black Poland China boars. 6 mi. West and 4Vi mi. South of Algona. Leonard Baas, West Bend. • 43-44* FOR SALE: Harley Davidson motorcycle, 1936, Model 80, good windshield, good tires, and rest in good shape also. Write or call Howard Funnemark, Wesley. 43 FOR SALE: General Electric Hot Point automatic stove. 15 East Elm St., Algona Iowa. 43-44* FOR SALE: Herfeord bull. Serviceable age. Ed Meyer, Fenton. Phone 342. 43* FOR SALE: 300 A. Kossuth County farm. Improved, all in cultivation, good producer. 1% miles to market. Possession March 1st. Reasonably priced. See M. P. HAGGARD & SON Algona, Iowa 43 FOR SALE: 3 Holstein'cows. One fresh and 2 to freshen soon. S. H. Arndorfer, Algona. 1 Mile S. Good ; Hope church, 1% West. 43* FOR SALE: Seven Poland China fall boars. Carl Froelich, Wesley. 43* FOR SALE: 30 Breeding ewes. Godd m6Uth. $10 each. Alfred Jergfettsen, Atgbna, 43* FOR SALE: Purebred ^Hampshire boars. Will deliver reasonable distance. Thomas Ft. Crahan, Livermore, Iowa. 43*46* FOR SALE: Vagabond house trailed like new. Sleeps 4. Good tires. John Oudes, Wallingford, Iowa. 42-43* FOR SALE: 15 Yearling Hereford Bulls of serviceable age ahd guaranteed breeders, $125.00 '-to $150.00 each; also 10 registered Hereford cows,, soon ,to '• dr&p calves, sired 1 'by the head of my herd, "Prince Domino." C. • At. Haas, 1 mi. -so. Rodman,".Iowa.;' '....-. .' ..41-43* FOR SALE: Roll top desk, studio couch. Inquire Box 101, Whit- terriore. • 42-43* FOR SALE: Black Poland China boars, eligible for registry. New blood for old customers. Reilly Bros., Vfc mi. S., Vz mi. W. of Lone Rock. 42-45* FOR SALE: 1942 22-ft. Hawkeye house trailer, fully equipped, good tires, like new. Used four months. $1000. P. V. Clover, Aurelia, Iowa. Phone 235. 42-43* FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars, eligible to registry. New blood lines. 1% mi. N. E. of St. Joe. 40-46* FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China boars. O. T. Cherland, IVi mi. N. and 1% mi. E. of Lone Rock. 41-44* 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—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper DCS Moines. &tf FOR SALE: 30 head Purebred Spotted China boars, low, down, easy feeders. New blood for old customers. M. L. Barton, >4 mile E., 1 mile S. LuVerne. 40-»5 FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, new blood. The broad back, easy 'feeding kind. Farmers' prices. Paul Krueger, % mj. South and 4"£ West of Titonka. Phone Burt. - 40-44* Wanted WANTED: More hatching eggs for the Kossuth County Hatchery at Algona. Write Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spencer, Iowa. 42-44 WANT TO BUY: Table model electric radio. Write C. Rog- holt, %Wallburgs, Algona. 42* SMART COATS AND SUITS For Well-Dressed Women CHRISCHILLES 9 There isn't much evidence of scarcity around the CHRISCHILLES STORE. We got a mail order from Sioux City last week and one from Des Moines the week before, ordering goods customers were unable to obtain in these cities. THESE NEW COATS ARE BEAUTIFUL — so smartly tailored, so distinctive in material and fabric, so unusual in design and style. You'll like both the plain Chesterfields and the rich, fur- trimmed models because each fills a certain "style need". We have plain cloths and novelty mixtures and tweeds—but all have that EXCLUSIVE look that is so important in the clothes you wear. Come in this week when we have ALL SIZES. Plenty of juniors in the smaller misses models—also plenty of large sizes (including half-sizes) both with and without fur collars. Now is the time to buy a coat. And we have a very nice selection of moderately priced FALL SUITS. ELEGANT FUR COATS Don't get the idea that you have to pay a fortune for a new fur coat, We have fine ANNIS fur coats as low as $145.00 and sable-dyed back muskrat ANNIS coats for $210,00 wid $219.00, Then we stock a popular priced line of quality fur coats which are priced around $100.00. These come in mink dyea coney and are warm, rich looking and very wearable. Let us show you OUT fur coats. We stock them. Don't buy your fur coat from a stranger—buy it close to home from'a * e * liable store like this. WANTED: Lady help. Saturdays and Sundays. Rosedale Cafe. 43 WANTED: Beauty operator. Twin Co. Beauty Salon, Algona. 43* Lost-Found STRAYED: Duroc sow, wt. about 350. Notify J. J. Wadleigh, Lu- Verne. Phone 25-F12. 43* MEDIUM SIZED PIANO: Excellent condition. Priced for quick resale. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. 43* Miscellaneous IOWA is proud of its WACS— wiU it be proud of YOU? Make Iowa lead the rest! ; 43G WOMEN! Iowa's counting on you! Join your state's .own WAC company now being formed. ' 43G SPEND YOUR WINTERS in Southern Arizona, where the warm sunshine spends the winter. Cures T. B., nose and> throal trouble, rheumatism. Ten up to 80 unimproved acres, $10.00 per acre. Write Richard Reese, 1172 Summit Ave., Pasadena, Calif 43-45 FAIRMONT PHEASANT HUNT- KRS' BALL: Saturday, October 30th. Floor show including Helen Hawcott, colorful impersonator novelty dance team and De Rio exotic dancers. Invite your guests, and enjoy a big night at the Gay Paree Night Club, Hands Park. 43 WE WISH to ebfltraat «ggs ffbm good egg producing fibfiks. Excellent premiUmV l CulllHg, dbne free. Will pay transportation charges if yeu 'Are «ot located near one of our pick up stations. Write for details., Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. - 43^,48 Exchange Etept. Basement ' Good Used furniture Dining room—Living rtibm suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture Mi FARMERS Planning to Retire Let me show you a house anyorie could be proUd to own; a State St. home not far from Algona's Business Section, also churches and schools; substantial brick Construction, also insulated. Plenty of closets, 4 rooms and 'bath upstairs; 3 and hall and % bath down; hardwood floors and finish; full basement, oil burner, water softener and electric heater; full sized lot, double garage. Owner will make liberal terms to right party. H. D. Hutchins, Realtor Office 110 So. Dodge St. Algona, Iowa. Telephone 205-W 43 AETNA FARM LOANS — Low rates, no commissions, appraisal or title examination costs to the sorrower. 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 RAT® AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf Try New Era Bond, 20 lb. substance, for a really fine paper. P2.70 for 500 sheets. The .Algona Jpper Des Moines. 9-t|' KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. Send Him a box with his branch, insignia embossed on each sheet. Box con- .ains 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 DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers are made from rags. GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the" Algona Upper Des Moines. . 4-tf ADDING MACHINE Roll* at the Algona Upper Des Main& office, fteiula? size, isc each, 2 for 26c. Large 8126, 20c each, 2 tot 3fc. , ,,..", (f -'84*11 IF YOU NEED rubber stamps tor any pltfpose, yoti can ordef then-, 'at The Algona Upper Bee Moines. 50c and up. ' '' 18'«U DESK .BLOTTERS, BEE ME FOR Real farmi, loans, drainage " "(nates 6ft, tile.— I, phone 28, Aifions Irt * * KJY WAR BONDS AND SAV/NGS Leading a Double Life You give your ALL in war, work.. .then turn on the. glamour for you; MAN home on leave! Likewise. GOSSARD'S lacing cord leads a double life in the] GLIDER hose supporters and LOOP-LACING goreJ ... to SAVE critical rubber for war needs. (The shoulder straps' on both the combination and separate braL, are GLIDERS, too!) R & C* satiij^and^knit fabric/ *Kayo,i (predominant) arttleattoit. * "Glider Combination $10.00 "Glider" Step-to $7.5» Chrischilles Store _^« •^r- ^ McCall Butterick C ^" Simplicity / • Patterns For v * : ^"",-^B YOU CAN'T TOP IOWANS—thoy make the best WACS in • the world. Make IOWA lead the rest! Join the WAC now! 43G WANTED: Waitress, six days with no Sundays. Dermond's Cafe, 43 LOOK for money saving values being featured at Gamble's Store beginning -Friday, November 5. 43 NEW SHIPMENT of dry bells for farm telephones at Pratt Electric Co. 43 YOU WILL SAVE Money at Gamble's Manager's Clearance Sale which starts Friday, November 5. 43 WATCH for Gamble Store's Manager's Clearance Sale ad next Thursday, November 5. ^43 FREE! If Excess acid causes you pain of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion, Heartburn, B e Ic hi n g, Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample, Udga, at Barker Drug Store. 42* A FEW LEFT: Collapsible baby carriages with steel wheels and rubber tires. Bjustrom's Furniture. Complete home furnishings. 41-43 FINE IMPROVED eighty acre farm for sale: Excellent soil, best location in county, 2 miles north of Swea City. Beautiful grove of Black Hills Spruce and Black Walnut. Will make wonderful home. Possession March 1st. Terms, cash. Sophia Anderson, Swea. City. 41-43* PHONOGRAPH RKCORDS — AH the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona,. Iowa. 1-tf HELP WANTED — Men Business experience to train for store manager?, Jobs good aJfter the vyar. Apply at local Coimcil Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 94tf In the face of acute shortages of materials and fabrics of all kluds, we offer the homo dress makers of Kossuth county, the biggest selection of high grade cotton jind wool dress goods In recent yea/s. Here you will find (and this year of all years) fine all wool and wool-und-rayon suitings, skirting and dress goods of nil kinds in both plain shades and beautiful plaids and checks, ' Also large showings of prints, ginghams, cotton suit- tings, seersuckers and in short, just about everything , you'll need for your home sewing. In addition hard- to-^get notions, thread, needles, tapes, braids, and fin- ishings. Yes, we have the goods. Hake this YOUR piece goods store. • ^IP * «i *^*™ QiF^fHftm *t JMi 9H IHl^BP "^pr'fi ~TjplUn|l

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