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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1943
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..••-• • The Algona Upper Dei Moltics, Algon*, iowa, November 1. 1613 MARY ANNE PIONEER, DIED AT LEDYARD NOV. 9 Ledyard: Mrs. Mary Ann Welc was born May 1, 1869, at Garr Owen, Iowa. She was united i marriage with John Welch Feb 12, 1896, in the Catholic churc: at Gnrry Owen. Her husbani preceded her in death Dec. 22 1929, also. her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Mike Welch, one brother Richard, and two sisters, 1 Julie and Mrs. Knte Horn. Mrs. Welcl passed away Tuesday night, Nov 9, at 9 o'clock, at tho age of 7: years, after one year of illness She leaves to mourn her passing Frank and Jack at Ledyard, Mike at Bancroft, Mrs. Margare Thompson at Minneapolis, anc Joe at Swea City, and two brothers, Neal and Dan Lynch at Ledyard, and two grandchildren. Funeral services were held a the Sacred Heart Catholic church Friday morning at 10 o'clock with the Rev. Fr. Maynard in charge Burial was made in the Sacrec Heart Catholic cemetery at Ledyard. Pnllbearers were John Miller, John Mousel, Jack Lynch, Jerry Sullivan, Francis Walch and Wm. Flynn. Algonians Having Foreign Holdings Must Make Report Citizens of Algona who ov any property in foreign countries were notified by Postmaster W. H. Sullivan today that they must Hie reports of their foreign holdings with the Treasury Department before December 1. The notice was given by means of a poster placed on display in the postoffices. Postmaster Sullivan points out that it is necessary for the government to have as complete information as possible on the American stake abroad to assist the military authorities and the civilian governments on the lighting fronts and to bring about sound solutions of the post-war problems. Report forms, known as TFR- 500, may be obtained through commercial banks, or from the nearest Federal Reserve BanU, the postmaster states. Penalties are provided for those who wilfully fail to file reports. Letts Creek Family Moves to Algona The C. E. Vigdal family, prominent Lotts Creek township farmers, moved from their farm the first of the week to their new home in Algona, on wes.t North street which they recently purchased from George Johnson, hQ has been Olnploj'ect in the at LuVerne Thursday LuVerne: The Armistice Day program last Thursday 'morning was very well attended. It was a joint program given by the American Legion and the local school. A solo, "There Is No Death" by Irene Knopf, a recitation, "In Flanders Field", read by Emogene Mertzj a reading, "The Second Officers", address by Gerald Schipull, and several numbers by the band completed the school program. Atty. Joe Lowe, Algona, veteran of World war No. i, gave a very fine address. Walter Engle presided. Quite a number of the American Legion attended in uniform. [rvington In the Dark One Afternoon Irvington: The Irvington light ine was without current for several hours last Saturday afternoon. After careful checking of he entire line the trouble was inally located in the house yard at the J. H. Mtiehes where a oosened light pole that held the ransformer had caused two vires to become crossed. Thus he fuse at the fairgrounds where he line is taken over by the city ccpt blowing out leaving the en- ire line without current. It is lighly important that each pa- ron see that the line from the lighway into the dwelling and buildings is in good working ondition, hence avoiding the ame mishap of last Saturday. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 256 for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. Nn ag- ents' commission allowed. if advertising agents oharfe tliftlr clients 8c and send cash With order they receive lo pet word commission. For Sale FOR SALE: Purebred Duro boars, new blood. The broa back, easy feeding kind. Farmers prices. Paul Krueger, % mil South and 4% West of Titbnka Phone Burt. . 46-50 FOR SALE: Purebred Duro boars. See Frank Koppen o Joe Koppen, 1 mile East and IV mile South of Lakota. 46-48 FOR SALE: Poland China fal and spring boars. Phone 2576 Gregory & Hoppe, 3 miles norti and 1 west of LuVerne. 46-7-8 FOR SALE: hay buck. Verne. International tractor John Hoppe, Lu- 46* FOR SALE: Spotted Polanr China male pigs. Bay mare, 7 years old, gentle and well broke O, A. Campney, Algona, Rt. 2 Phone 20F4. 46 FOR SALE: 50 Head feeder pigs Wt. about 100 Ibs. Kyle Keitn Burt. 46 iVesley Folks Attend r uneral at Algona Wesley: Wesley folks who at- ended the funeral of Mrs. Elizaeth Donovan at Algona Friday fternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Vallace Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. Cenneth Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. lalvor Flom, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. rank Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Mrs. Lena Larson, Re. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, /[rs. Herman Dollman and Mrs. eo Sankey. Pallbearers were ic three sons, Wallace Donovan f Wesley, Robert of Algona, Roy Bellingham, Wash., and Clarnce Donovan of Lone Rock"; alph Thompson of Algona and Cenneth Donovan of Wesley, Eldora training school for the past few years. Mr. Vigdal in retiring from his farm, leaves his son in charge of the place. He is one of the old-timers in that section and has well earned a vacation. Young Couple to Farm North of Wesle3' Wesley: Mrs. Clarence Ackerson attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Esther Luedtke Sunday afternoon. The shower was held in the Lutheran parochial school basement at Lotts Creek. Esther Luedtke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Luedtke of Fenton, will be married Sunday to Marvin Ackerson, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson. The ceremony will be performed in the Lutheran jchurch in Fenton. The you'.ig couole have rented a farm north of Wesley. Oddfellows Celebrate Birthday at Wesley Wesley: The local Odd Fellow lodge celebrated their GOth anniversary Saturday night. Members from Forest City, Britt, Kanawha, West Bend, Armstrong and Titonka attended. Leonard Mullins, Gilbert Hull, Will Eden and Edward C. Johnson and two candidates from Britt were initiated. The Kanawha team put on the degree work. The initiation ceremonies were held in the Legion hall and lunch was served in the Exchange State Bank basement. liff Buckels Takes Dakota Creamery Job Lakota: Cliff Buckels is the new assistant creamery manager. Cliff worked on the farm of Mr. Boekelman in German townsh.'p the past year. Cliff has a w;fe and little daughter and they have purchased a lot near the Guy Beemers and will move their house there as soon as they get the bascnnent completed. Cliff is the only son of Mi', flic! Mrs. A. T. Buckels. He began his " nev' work Nov. 1. FOR SALE: 2 Purebred year old Berkshire boars. 1 Cheviot ram. 1 Purebred Shropshire ram. Wm. Fritz, Wesley 46-47* FOR SALE: Purebred Berkshire spring and fall boars. 1 mile South, 2% West of Thompson, Iowa. Geo. W. Hays. 46-48* FOR SALE: Used Machinery: "CC" Case tractor; 1 2-row I.H.C. pull type corn picker; 2-rqw mounted John Deere corn picker; "RC" Case tractor on rubber, with cultivator. Taylor Implement Co., Algona. 46 FOR SALE: 1939 Mercury 4 door sedan. Heater and radio. Hgenk Motor Co., West of Court House. 46 FOR SALE: New No. 22 I.H.C. 8 ft. combine. Algona Implement Co. 46 FOR SALE: Cobs. 2 Sun porches for chickens or turkeys. Nick Eischen. Phone 5-F4. Algona. 46-43*. FOR SALE: Building formerly occupied by Moore's D-X service station on South Thorington. Bradley Bros. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. M. Smith of Crystal Lake and her son, Hanford Brock and wife, of Burt, have been called to Georgia because of the illness of the former's mother. Mrs. Emil Eimers is slowly recovering from a severe attack of arthritis which seemed to have settled in her back. Mr. Eimers was out with a two-row corn picker Saturday and will soon have his corn all in the crib. Lt. (j.g.) Ralph Bristow was a special guest at the Burt Legion and Auxiliary banquet at Ollie •Graham's, Burt, Thursday night. Members from here were Mcs- dames Tom Trenary, Ted Ringsdorf, Chas. Scott and Ray McWhorter. The weather was ideal Sunday for sledding and skiing. Enough snow was on hillsides and many young people enjoyed this sport for the first time this season. This a» really the earliest date anyone around here can remember having had this much snow. Curley Williams and Don Hovey, of the Don Hover Sunset Corners Opera, Cliff Carl of the Cliff and Helen program, Harris White, of the Songfellows, all With WHO, and Fid Prescott, orchestra leader and Charles Flanders, of Des Moines, were visitors at the Anthony Jandl home Sunday. Due to bad road conditions there wasn't a very large crowd at the Wyot Stott farm sale Wednesday, Nov. 10. Satisfactory prices were paid for most everything however. Dale Dundas trucked a load to Lebanon, Mo., Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary accompanied the Stotts to their ' new home and will return with Dundas. , A son was born Monday to Mr and Mrs. James Hatten at the C. J. Stauder home. M.O.M.M. 1/c and Mrs. Arnolc Delperdang are visiting with his parents, the Leo Delperdangs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family spent Sunday visiting the Ervin Johnsons at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schilt are parents of a son born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital in Al gona. Mrs. Omer Kelly and son 01 Memphis, Tenn., arrived Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Murray and family. Gordon Dudding arrived Monday for a thirty days visit at the parental L. C. Dudding home. Gordon is in the Merchant Maine. A son was born to Mr. and VIrs. James Henderson Sunday at the C. J. Stauder home. Mrs. -lenderson was the former Elvina -lawbaker. Arthur Devine and a friend, Ed Connors, students at Ames, spent last week end here wUh the former's mother, Mrs. Lillian Devine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Hern and family of St. Paul, Minn., are spending a few days here at the A. H.-Folh, Lawrence Becker and W. J. Hood homes. Lawrence Becker was in De: Moines Monday where he wa sworn into the United States Navy. He will report to Des Moines next Sunday for further orders. A daughter was born to Pvt. and Mrs. G. A. Osmus at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Monday. Pvt. Osmus is with the armed forces in Hawaii. Mrs. Osmus is the former Helen Fox. Phillipa McGuire was honored at a miscellaneous shower last Thursday evening at the Legion rooms. Miss McGuire became the bride of Pvt. Cletus Dorr on Tuesday of this week at St. John's church. IRVINGTON NEWS Elmer Dole spent the week end here with his family. Mrs. U. B. Frankl visited last week with relatives at Waterloo. Hugh Raney has been ill at his home for several days and Mary Lou Mawdsley was the victim of the flu last week end. The Plum Creek Woman's club has reserved Wednesday evening, Dec. 1, for their card party which will be held at the Center school community room in Plum Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson and daughter of Racine, Wis., are visiting at the parental Paul Hudson home in Algona. Jim will be inducted into the armed forces this week. Mrs. Grace Phillips was very pleasantly surprised on Nov. 7 when a group of neighbors and friends came in the evening to help her celebrate her birthday., FOR SALE: Beautiful small piano and bench. A-l condition. Priced right for quick re- said. Write Armstrong Piano Co. v Spencer. 46* FOR SALE: Wood heater, oil burning heater, Malleable wood and coal range, 3 burner oil stove with separate oven. Call afternoons, 804 E. McGregor St. 46* FOR SALE: Purebred black Poland China spring and fall boars. .Also purebred BroWn Swiss 'bulls. Visitors welcome John Bockes, LuVerne. 46,-52* FOR SALE: Polled and horned Hereford bulls; some eligible to register. .Get a choice weaned calf now. Others ready for service. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 44-49* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, serviceable age. Phone 2231, Wesley. Leander Seefeld. 44-47" FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered. New bloodlines. Hfe mile north of Fenton on Highway 44. Everett F. Mueller. 43-43* FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boars. Will deliver reasonable distance. Thomas R. Crahan, Liv- ermore, Iowa. 43-46* FOR SALE: Lowe seed cofn.-.AJ. , reservations must be confirmed ill -November If possible. See Me at, the Algdha Hardware or 439 N. Williams St. Phone 04S-W Andrew M. Hansen. 43tf FOR SALE: Team of bay colts both geldings, coming 2 and years old. Will make a big heavy team. H. M. Satern, Bode 45-46* FOR SALE: Spotted Poland - China boars, spring and fall, priced "reasonable." Jos. G. Miller, mi. west, 4 ml. north of Wesley on graveled road. a45-48 SALE: Purebred " spotted Poland Chirid boars. Reasonable. Fred DeVries, Titonka. f. j 45-46* FOR SALE: Purebred Berkshire boars. Henry C. Shick, 6 mi. N: E. Algona. - .45-48* LOST AND FOUND TAKEN UP: White-face heifer. Owner can have same by pay- ng for this ad and expenses. Villiam K. Broesder, Lone Rock. Third place south of Good Hope Church. 46* LOST OR STOLEN: Toy Boston bull terrier. Answers to name of "B. D." Adair Co. license. Reward , for return or information •egarding whereabouts. Thais SfRAYfiD OR ,ST6LfSN! Finale Was dag wearing With tag a (Kossuth Co. J«r ISOoY fastened on side. ReWaM to anyone offering inforrnatlon as to .her whereabouts. Augj J. Qabel, yard, Iowa. Ph'oftd 28. , * Wanted WANTED; High school- teacher to teafih mathematics and world history. Apply to Supt, Francis E. Slagle, Whittemore. 46 WANT TO CARE for children in my home, at 413 West College St., 2 blocks west of Kossuth Hospital, Mrs. Chet Cook., Phone 149-J. , 46* WANT Your Soldier Honie? Join th6 Jowa WAG Company Now •"-and help shorten the wafl 48G FREE! if E*c.ess add causes you pains Of Stomach Ulcers,'In/ gestion, Heartburn,. Belching, Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample, Udga, at Barker Drug Stc-fe. 46* DANCE: Friday evening, Novttoi- ber 19. Legion hall, Algonn. Don Bormann's five piece Orchestra. Townsend Club N0i 1. 46* WE REPAIR washing machines of all makes. Wringer rolls for all machines. Algona Maytag Store. 46 WANTED: Girl .'to do housework. Time indefinite if satisfactory. Phone 11-F T 25, Algona, or 918, Lone Rock. . 46* WANT TO BUY some good clean used cars. See H, L. Hoenk, Hoenk Motor Co., West of. Court House. 46-tf WANTED: Farm hand. Inquire at this office or write Box 89. 45-46* Miscellaneous FOR : SALE! Purebred Hereford boars, eligible to'registry. New blood lines. 1% mi. N. E. of St. Joe. 40-46* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. Also two yearling boars, one Poland and one spotted Poland. All vaccinated. E. O. Mann & Son, Burt. 45-48 Bueghly. Phone 508-W. 46* FOUND: 2 pigs. Owner may have same by identifying and paying expenses. W. H. Bosworth, Algona. 46* STRAYED: Seven hogs, 50 to 200 Ibs, white and mixed colors. Please notify Carl Hanselman, Livermore. Phone 2529, LuVerne. 46-47* YOU CAN'T TOP IOWANS! They make the best WACs in the world! Join your State's Own WAC Company NOW. Apply at nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. 46G HIDES AND FURS: Highest market prices paid for 'hides and furs. Joe "Greenberg. Phone. 1 Ifl. 46-51 SPEND YOUR WINTERS in Southern Arizona, Where the warm sunshine spends the winter. Cures T. B., nose and throat trouble, rheumatism. Ten up to 80 unimproved acres, $10.00 per acre. Write Richard Reese, 1172 Summit Ave., Pasadena, Calif. 43-45* Her Daughters! State's shoulder IOWA Calls Wear your patch — step out under your State's flag. Join loWa's Own WAC Company now! Apply at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station. 46G SAVE MONEY when you borrow. The Aetna Life Insurance Company's facm loan plan turns over every cent of your loan to you, No deductions. For details see Hutchison & Hough, Security State Bank Bldg. 44-53* near one of-our, pic:* Write f6f Hatchery, HELP WANTED i- Man <vtth 1 Business expefierite to train for store managers." Jofcfl good affer the War. Apply at local Coiuicil Oak Store,: Algona, Iowa. M84tt.. 1 E*chatige-fiept.'^Basement Good Used FtttfliUlfe Dining room—Living*: roofti BUiws* Breakfast se ' ' and 1-tf • SEE. ME FOli Rettl fifergaltis li farms, loans, dr&inag^Surjtejrlrig • and estimates ,oh; .Ulei'frAPHil J- Kohlhaas, phone 22,;,' him . x plied with stationary* f a box with M&Abranife- vihslgttla embossed on each SMeet. Bo* contains 50 'sheets and 50 envelopes. $1.10 a .box. .Army, vNaVyi; Atmy ' . . and Navy Air ' Fbrces£iejM«« and Marine lnslgnlateTOe,<Algona Upper es 'Mom*' >•' 19-tf pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des .Moirietf office,' IPc- each, 2 fof 25C. ' -,3-tf NOTICE All" property owner|f of the PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf WE WISH to contract eggs from good egg producing flocks. Excellent premium. Culling done free. Will pay transportation charges If you are not located City of Algona are notified here-' by that they are required 'tp keftp- sidewalks adjacent to their\prop> erty free and clear.of .snow arid'' Ice; that upon their • failure j» to. do the ice and snow will be removed by the city aridvthw cost of such removal certiflefl ;Jum tax ; against the property <$*•• £rotided ; by ordinance. , T '•'• By direction of the City'Coun- cil of the City of Algona. Frank Kohlhaasy Mayor.. CHRISCHILLES STORE FOR SALE: 100 White Rock ready-to-lay pullets. M. C. McGee, one block south Milwaukee stock yards. 40* FOR SALE: Spring and fall purebred Hampshire b o a rs. Also one old one, registered. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. 46-47* FOR SALE: Small house, 18'x20'. Pete Hennings, 2 blocks south of Milwaukee tracks. 46* FOR SALE: Choice yearling and spring Hampshire boars. Call at J. M. Patterson farm, 5 miles south of Algona. 46-49* FOR SALE: Dressed geese; live and dressed turkeys. Phone 2579. Aaron Steussey, LuVerne. 46" TOR SALE: Hampshire boars from 200 to 400 pounds; large group to chose from; the tops of 400 head; new stock for old customers; all immune and eligible TO register; guaranteed breeders. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 44-49" FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars. Frank Bormann, 5Va mi. north of Bode. Telephone 2GOG. 44-48" FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire spring and fall boars. C. C. Baas, West Bend. 44-46 SMART, WARM WINTER COATS Due to a shortage of textiles and labor, there will be very few legitimate CLEARANCE SALES THIS YEAR. We have postponed our annual ANNIVERSARY SALE and present only a regular advertisement of the merchandise we have for sale. But we cannot help emphasizing that this year, of ALL YEARS, we have a tremendous stock of fine, warm, stylish winter coats. These were bought months and months ago and are well made, of wool materials and moderately priced. All types of coats are shown, and from the response our customers have given us, we . ' • say THIS IS THE GREATEST WINTER LINE OF COATS EVER SHOWN IN ALGONA. There is only one way to prove this—come in and see for yourself. We invite you to do this THIS WEEK. Our sales ladies will be glad to show them to you. This is the store where you always pet COURTEOUS TREATMENT —remember that. The evening was spent playing 500 with lunch being served. The U. B. Frankls received a .elegram from their son Donald recently saying he was being .ransferred from Miami, Fla., to Detroit, Mich., where he was to •eceive more schooling. Donald enlisted sometime ago and has seen doing clerical work in a jranch of the navy ever since. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley entertained house guests last .veek under somewhat unusual •ircumstances with regards to he ladies' names. It was merely by coincident that two Mrs. Fohn Jewells should arrive at the ame time. Mrs. John Jewell of Spooner, Wis., is Mrs. Headley's ister while Mrs. John Spooner if Jewell, Iowa, is her sister-in- aw. Mrs. Paul Black was hostess to he Plum Creek Woman's club ast Wednesday afternoon (a veek ago). In spite of blocked oads and bad weather there vere 32 ladies present. Mrs, Mile Slagle, club president, presid- d. Mrs. Mary Black Fraser alked on her Red Cross experiences in England. Tentative plans were made for the annual Christmas party to be held in December. Late in the afternoon lunch was served. Henry Miller of Omaha who recently purchased the old Henry Wadsworth half section m Sherman township is making arrangements to have his farm buildings equipped with electricity, securing the current from the Irvington Light & Power Co. Mr. Miller is the electrical contractor who is doing the wiring at the prison camp. The Steven Loss, Sr., family, who have tenanted this place for several years will still remain. 17-95 27.50 22-M 35-oo up to Fur Coats This is the home of the famous •ANNIS FUR COATS — the coats that arc honestly made and hones 11 y sold. Buy your fur coat from your home merchant who is al« ways available when you want him most, In addition we f e *•» twe a line of fine coney fur coats to retail at about $*(KMXJ, Charming Dresses This has been our greatest drWsrseason in years. The answer is simple. Folks are buying BETTER dresses and that's the kind we specialize in. Such famous names as FAMOUS, KLAFTER AND SOfiEL, PERSONALITY AND JEAN LANG ^ all spell STYLE,'with capital letters' That$ the kind of. dresses that have made our dress department the busiest in Algona all Fall. Our new lines are coming in. New holiday lines are being shown. We have them. Come in this week and see them. 6.50 8.95 15.OO 19-95 NEW COTTON ARE MERE Our new Spring t 1944 cotton dresses are 1»e ginning to come in, THf deliveries are going to be slaw due, {Q shnitage of cotton piece goods but we hav» ||| FAMQUS Quaker kl»dy and Kay ^rtley hefe in time for Christinas, This is thf, type of jwercbsradise that is hard to get— well raad^ '-from reliable |ajb- rics, at reasonable prt^s. These smart morning and street dresses comefin seersuckers, chambrays and broadcloth prints and are sized in reguiiw, misses and half sizes. 1 .-"« I)

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