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 - Service Men '"' JiV C. A, , , Chamber of...
Service Men '"' JiV C. A, , , Chamber of Cemme'fce Kossuth and Algoha Doings of Past Week Condensed Vot Set* vice Men. Clip and Mail in You* Next Letter to the Boy*.. Well, Soldier, the Algona high school football teahi really gave a good exhibition of football- came nearly taking the high rated Spencer team.. Score, Spencer 20 Algona 18. 'Good football all the way, with very poor officiating. Skilling, Kuhn and Phillips were credited with touchdowns. This game took place Friday evening. Nov. 4. The high school band really performed, featuring Linda Smith and Sharon Kenyon, two ,,.'small youngsters. Les Kenyon is home on furlough'. ... Word comes that Pfc. Peter Helmers. Algona, has been wounded a second second time in the Italian war area. k .. . 3. B. Wheelock) Algona, is re- .tlring from postoffice service after 34 years. •. . . Cpl. Leo M. Frankl. son of Mrs. Anna Frankl, Algona. Sets a good army record and is now In France. . . . Nine Kossuth county boys leave for military service: H. G.Stueve, Algona; A. T. Wesselmann, Bancroft; J. M. Schaller, West Bend; B. F. Far- tow, Lakota; W. C. Miller, Bancroft; Bancroft; E. A. Stenzel, Titonka; Ai J. Banwart,-*' West Bend; C. F. Schwartz, Lakota, and E. E. Steehhardt, Swea City, . . . WAC Pvt.. Agnes M. Lilian, Algona, is now stationed at Boiling Field, N. C. . . ..' Tech, Sgt,, Cecil Elbert Pet&rson, Lakota, home after 54 'months of Pacific war area service.;; service.;; : . Willard Ziegler, Algona, now "'a radid sound'-man on big rtaVy ship near Brobklyn, N. Y. . . . In Kossuth county, pheasant hunters are having a hard time getting close enough for. good shots. Corn picking is progressing progressing nicely with wonderful weather. weather. The temperature is starting to cool off and the heavies are coming coming out. In' a couple of months everybody will love a fat man—if man—if he's dressed like Santa Claus. .'. . Lynn Mathes, formerly of Algona, Algona, buys Dermand cafe for immediate immediate Opening. ... Leo Immerfall, Immerfall, county auditor, reports many soldiers fail to return voted ballots ballots for the Nov. 7 election. . . . James J. Cink, Electrician's Mate 2-c, of Wesley, was killed while pn convoy duty in Dover Straits war theater. . . . Three young deer were seen around the athletic field and highway 169 recently. ... Mrs. Leonard Frost, Whittemore, Whittemore, is to attend commissioning ceremonies of the U. S. S. Castle Rock. . . . Frank Moore, Algona, serving Jn France, receives. Purple Purple Heart,-. . ..Pfc. Ray Kyhl, Fenton^reported Fenton^reported wounded somewhere in France. . . .Sgt. Roland Lav- fenz, Burt, awarded Bronze Star in German territory. . . . Right now our boys are getting somewhere somewhere in Europe. The time must never come when;they'll get' no- where in America. Cut Courtesy Bancroft Register Electrician's Mate 2-c Janies J. Cink, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Cink, farmers living east of Algona, Algona, has been declared a war casualty by the U. S. navy department. department. Prior ,to his entry in the service in January, 1942, he was employed at the Welp Hatchery, Bancroft. .': •_•..»

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  1. The Algona Upper Des Moines,
  2. 07 Nov 1944, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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