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FORMER SWEA CITY BOYS GIVEN AWARD >tfOSTHUMOUSLY Swea City: The Mount Vernon (Wash.) Record '•Hole recently of carried an ar- interest to olc friends of the Poole and Winter families, formerly of Swea City The article follows: First local presentation of an air medal was carried out with ceremonies Tuesday at the Winter home, 208 N. 4th St., when Herb Winter, Sr., was presented the air medal decoration posthumously awarded to his son, Lieut. '-, Herbert C. Winter, Jr., by Lieut. Wayne Dahlgren of this city now stationed at Paine Field, conducting the presentation of the air 'medal with the citation which reads: "For meritorious achieve- iment in accomplishing with dis- , tinction eight fighter combat missions over enemy occupied Europe. The courage, coolness and 'skill displayed by Lieut. Winter •• .reflected great credit upon himself and the armed forces of the • United States." Lt. Winter was reported miss. ing in January, 1944, and his family here was notified in March that he had been killed in action. He entered the service Dec. 12, 1941, enlisting for cadet training In the air corps during August 1942, and began his training a Santa Ana, Calif. He was born May 8, 1922 a Swea City and moved with hit parents to Burlington in 1936 anc to this city in 1938. After graduating from the Burlington high school in 1938, Lieut. Winter attended the Mt. Vernon junior college, and was an employe of the Boeing Aircraft Corporation at the time he entered the army. He received his wings at Williams Field, Arizona, June 22, 1943. The double loss which the Winter family suffered was brought home in detail yesterday awarded the Croix deGueffe aVe fitlle de Vermeil in recognition o stlpport given-French troops fight Ing on the Italian front. Th 894th supported the French ex peditionary corps with the 5t army in the capture of Poggiboti si, San Glmignano, CastlefiOfen tino and Siena. The TDS are large ly credited with having saved th medieval center of culture, Siem from destruction. Rapidly out flanking the city they forced th Germans to evacuate Siena be fore a shot had been fired hit it." Pvt. Lepper last spring sen home the Purple Heart and agai in October was slightly woundei but returned to duty Nov. 29. when Mr. Winter received flight record of his eldest the son, Capt. Reginald Winter, squadron leader, who also paid the supreme sacrifice in the present world war. The record showed all of the bombing missions in which the young flyer had participated including the one over Sicily July 10, 1943, in which he 'was killed. Accompanying it was a letter from the air force officer describing the fatal plunge which cost the squadron leader his life. Both brothers had been previously awarded the Purple Heart. Present also at the ceremony was Lieut. Winter's mother, Mrs. Lois Winter, and his grandmother, Mrs. Clara Poole. It was to make it possible for Mrs. Poole to attend the ceremony that Mr. Winter chose to have the presentation made in Mt. Vernon. GUY L. HARMON'S CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY Plum Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Harmon of Plum Creek township were pleasantly surprised by elatives on Sunday, Jan. 28, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. A buffet luncheon ind dinner was served with a :hree tier wedding cake forming ;he center piece. Mr. and Mrs Harmon were presented with a cash gift by the guests. Those present were Mr. anc Mrs. Herman Dahlman and daughter of Britt; Mr, and Mrs. Harry Newton of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and family of Lu- Verne; Lillian Swanson of Britt; Harold Manson of Manchester; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harmon and family of Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rochleau and family of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon and family of Ledyard; and Mrs. Darrol Bruns and children of Algona. The Guy Harmons have resided in Plum Creek township 13 years. There are five children: Mildred, the oldest daughter, .is married and lives in Algona, Edward is in the navy serving in the South Pacific, Richard, Lucille and Lillian at home. Former Kossuth Boy In Cited Italy Outfit •( Many of our readers in the Burt, Titonka and Corwith neigh- orhoods will be interested in the following citation story because "of their knowing Robert E. Lepper, a former resident of Kossuth: "With the 5th Army in Italy: •-I*vi:—Refeert E. Lepper, son of Mrs. Bertha Cox of Thornton, Iowa, is a member of the 894th tank destroyer battalion recently Former Algona Man Dies at Vancouver John Intelkofer, for many years a railway mail clerk running out of Algona, died suddenly in Vancouver, Washington, last week Wednesday, according to a note received from Gus Peek, former Algona postmaster who for the past 20 years has been in business at Portland, Oregon. Lulu 'lark McCoy, who lives in Vancouver sent Gus the word. John was about 68 years old and was aorn in Lansing, Iowa. He lived n Algona perhaps 25 years and was a roommate of Ed Hough, who at the time was also a railway mail clerk. He married Miss Agnes Clarke, popular Algona girl, who with a son and daughter survive him. The Intelkofers moved to Vancouver about 25 years ago. The funeral and burial was at Vancouver last Monday. John Intelkofer during the years he lived in Algona made many friends who will remember him kindly. Since going west he had been employed in a pulp or paper mill according to Ed Hough, who with Mrs. Hough paid the Intel- kofers a visit some years ago. GOVERNMENT TO PURCHASE CORN, WAR EMERGENCY In order that the War Food Administration may seciire a stock pile of corn which may IDG used for any war emergency that may arise, county committees of the AAA in designated counties, of which Kossuth is one, will purchase corn by contract for the account of Commodity Credit Corporation. The corporation will enter into contracts with producers of corn in Kossuth whereby it will pay. at the time the contract is signed. 89c per bushel. When the corn is shelled and delivered it will pay the difference between 89c and the corn ceiling price per bushel which obtains in the Lrict where seller is located. Only corn from cribs under contract may be delivered. Yellow Ear Corn Wanted Only yellow ear corn in good storage, which meets all requirements for the 1944 corn loan, will accepted for contract. The seller will agree to shell and de- iver the corn to the corporation it the end of the marketing year, September 30, 1945, or upon 30 days written notice from the corporation. Only the entire con ents, of a crib or cribs will b acceptable for contracts. Title to Corporation Title will pass to the corpora Ion at the time the contract li Igncd by the seller. ..The corpo ation shall, from the time title o the corn passes to It, have the isk of loss of or damage to the oru during the time it is ken n storage facilities furnished by he seller If such loss is due solely o an external cause other than crmin or negligence of or con- •crsion by the seller. County Committee Inspects In the event 'the producer thinks hat the corn is going out of con- ition before delivery is called for y the corporation, he shall notify le county committee which shal nspect the crib and obtain probe amples. If, in the opinion of the ounty committee, the corn is gong out of condition, they shall mmediately notify the seller to eliver the corn to the corporation r pay Commodity Credit Corpo- ation the amount advanced on he corn. If the producer elects deliver the corn and the corn rades lower than No. 3, the coun- committee will request from Van Johnson and Phyllis Thaxter play in "30 Seconds Over Tokyo" to be shown at the Call Theatre for four days' beginning Sunday, February 4. The story ran in Colliers. Spencer Tracy plays the part of Lt. Col. James H, Doolittle. • \ BiOO> «$., Smttf High Methodist tfdlith fellowship, leader, Joan Scobee; hostesses Jean Bga* is'H and Bonnie Stell. 7:30 D. hi., Senlof Ifruth fellowship at Sue" Hutehlibns, 822 E. State street, leader" Mary, Anderson. Social hour, Roger Burgess and committee. Refreshments. FIRST LUTHERAN CtlURCtt Rev. E. K. Nelson, Past&r Sunday school and Bible class at 10 a. m. Morning worship at ll a. in. Sermon theme, "From a Babe Thou Hast Known." 'Special offering for the church extension program fund. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C* Richardson, Pastor 10 a., m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., morning Worship, theme "For Sale—Cheap." The senior choir will sing under di- $4.35; 4 ft., $3.95. Electric wife and accessories. Nealy Hardware. Burt. . 5* THE SAFEST THING ON WHEELS SAFE-FLEX TIRES TO USERS OF SAFE-FLEX TIHES. IT IS NOT NEWS THAT THEY ARE GOOD TIRES,. THEY ARE LIVING UP TO THEIH REPUTATION FOR DELIVERING THE MAXIMUM OF SAFE. ECONOMICAL. DEPENDABLE SERVICE. Safe-Flex tires have been tested in every part ol the United States. They are made lust like pre-war Safe-Flex tires with the new ail-American synthetic rubber under government specifications. YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFI. DENCE. 6VW TRUCK TIRES 7.00x20 .................. $47.50 Plus Federal Tax 8.25x20 Plus Federal Tax In Safe-Flex synthetic ti/es you get the same deep non-skid tread. Extra strong carcass is ideal for recapping when many, many miles wear down the tread. \ TRUCK CHAINS 32x6 Duals $16,50 8.25x20 Duals $20.45 I regional director of Commo- ity Credit Corporation the mar- et value for the grade of corn elivered. Upon receipt of the market value the county commit- ee shall notify the seller, and the seller does not wish to sell he corn to the corporation, the orporation 'will release the corn o him upon payment to Commodity Credit Corporation of the total amount of the advance payment. M. Y. F. RALLY AT LEDYARD SUNDAY The Youth Fellowship of the Ledyard Methodist church was host to the Forest City Sub-District M. Y. F., Sunday, Jan. 28, at a rally held in the Ledyard church. Dr. E. A. Roadman, president of Morningside college, of Sioux City, was the principal speaker. He inspired all who heard him to live well today that tomorrow may be better. Other items on the program included devotional services, special music, and a short play by the Ledyard MYF, business session, a debate, recreation in the form of singing and a series of very amusing truth and consequences, and supper served by the W. S. C. S. There were 125 youths present from ten churches: Buffalo Center, Crystal Lake, Forest City, Hayfield, Lake Mills, Lakota, Ledyard, Thompson, Ellis Point, and Woden. Fosnaugh Reports For Active Duty After a thirty day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosnaugh, of East Elm street, Sgt. James Fosnaugh left Friday night for a camp in the east where he will report for duty. He is an aircraft gunner and during the past year had served from the 8th air force in England and had made 35 missions over enemy territory, hence his furlough. He came back to the states Jan. 1. While here he was married to Miss Ruth Mamie Thompson. She accompanied him Friday as far as Ames where she will visit for some time with a brother and the sergeant proceeded to his point of assignment. UNION NEWS Margaret Heerdt is having the mumps. She is a pupil of District 7, Union. The W. S. C. S. ladies of the Good Hope church cleared $140 serving lunch at the Schenck sale Monday A 'large crqwd attended the sale. Mrs. Donald Gardner and infant son Perry Lew came home from the KossXith hospital last Friday and are at the home of Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. WAVE Joyce Romstad, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchet of Union, who has been taking schooling in Washington, D C., spent last week in Des Moines visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad of Des Moines and her cousins, Letty and Betty Sarchet of Ames. She was enrpute via California to her new duties at Hawaii. Sgt. Marion Donahue came from New York, called by the death of his father, Jay Donahue of Forest City, and visited his wife and son Jimmy at the Charles Geilenfeldt home here. Mrs. Donahue was the former Alice Geilenfeldt and they have one son 13 months old. Sgt. Donahue has been waiting in New York expecting to be sent overseas soon. He returned to his base Tuesday morning. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. Nn ag- ents' commission allowed. II advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Five room bungalow at LuVerne. Partly modern. G. H. Meyer, Whittemore. 4-C* ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines- office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 tor 35c. 34-tJ DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—chocolate, green, red, pink, blue and cedar for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, 15c. FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del L,eaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. . 44tf FOR SALE: Early maturing Pioneer 353-A, 3~53, 341, in large, medium, and small flats. C. L. Bailey, Phone 626-J, Algona; or Amos Angle, Phone 958-W, Alona. 5-8* FOR SALE: Young Holstein milk cows. Also Moline 2-16 plow. Jake Meyer, 1 mile west and 1% mile south of Wesley. a2*lf FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf FOR SALE: Shepherd pups from heeling stock. Males $8, females $7. Henry Pergande, 1 .mile northwest of LuVerne. 5-6< FOR SALE: 35 purebred Chester White bred gilts. Will farrbw in March and April. Extra good gilts from large litters. George Wolf, LuVerne. Corwith Phone 36F16. 5tf FOR SALE: South Bend deluxe range and circulating heater. Henry Engstrom, Burt. 5* FOR >SALE: Red Shorthorn bull. 1 year old; McCormick-Deering 2-row horse cultivator; brooder house 9x15. Henry Engstrom, Burt. 5* FOR SALE: White enameled kitchen range. Used two months. George Volentine, Burt. Phone 4-97. r.* ATTENTION FARMERS: Fresh supply Nutrena Chick Mash. Also full line Nutrena Egg Mash and Pellets, 35% ,Hog Nuggets-, 32% and 26% Grain .Balancer. Rabbit pellets arid dog food. Wellendorf Hatchery, West of Fairgrounds, Algona. 5* * ST. CEcetlA'S CHURCtt J, Mi Mallinger, Pastor iffcOfWtfOBftdiefob'fir CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ' ' Lfso I. Bes^P/ster Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Mofntng worship at 11:00 a."hi; Theme "Following His Call" • NUMB* LtfflttERAK ,, ~ I>. H, Leeschf Pastof Sunday school. 9.45 a. m. Bible class, 9:45 a. M. Bivlfte service, 10130 a, m- You fife always wek6me in th(»~ ' Of Odd. wtPAINT&VARNISH —is not based on (lie price per gallon but on the amount of surface each . gallon will cover and on the number of years of satisfactory seivice ana appearance. / Paint 1 and varnish quality become* evident only after the material it applied and subjected 16 long exposure. For economy and satisfaction, use products bearing this seal of- protection. You get your money'i worth f^PRATT & LAMBERT ^J P AIN T A N D V A R N IS H SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free .information on ceilings, Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 36tf Cowan Building Supply Co. LGOffA, IOWA .PtiONE 2ft FLOOR SANDING and Reflnlsh- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275,. Algona. 17-3-8tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets. Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE 1-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —Al] the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. fCohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf FOR SALE: High grade Holstein bull, 11 months old. Also 4 year old bay mare, sound, gentle and well broke. Victor Johnson, Phone 543-W. 5 FOR SALE: Victory bike. As good as new. James Lindhorst, Algona, Iowa. 5 FOR SALE: 16 ft. factory made traileri 1 house. Good condition James A. Holmes, c|o M; S Groo'neckle, Curlew, Iowa. £ FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." ixpert inspection, estimating serv ce. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: Choice Polled Hereford bulls, serviceable age, >riced reasonably. Elmer Kubly, miles east of LuVerne. 4-5* •"OR SALE: 3 room house, wired. Leonard Dittmer, Burt. a4-5* FOR SALE: 1938 Ford V-8 60 coach. Has good Ford radio and large, new heater. Below ceiling price. M. A. Sorlien, Bode. 4-5* FOR SALE: 35 Mixed pullets. Now laying. $1.25. Fred Wolf, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 'OR SALE: Baled red clover hay and straw. Tom Sampson. 5-6* ''OR SALE: Three room tenant house, two sections, 9x12— x!8. Reasonable. Possession Vlarch 1. Maynard Wiegand, 1 mile east Titonka. 5-3 R SALE: Cobs, or free if you come and get them. Phone 5* ^OR SALE: 35 CS International truck, 7 good tires. Hard wood ombination body. E license. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines ffice. 5* "OR SALE: Brooder house, 12x12, lined inside, steel roof. ?ost $126 new two years ago. 'rice $100. Andrew Koppen, Bancroft. 5-6 FOR SALE: One good team of roan horses. Six and seven fears old. John Metzger, Lotts Creek. Phone 11F131, Algona. 5-6 'OR SALE: Six black faced yearling breeding ewes. Alfred Jer- ;enson, Algona. 5* 'OR SALE: Stack of hay; also some baled alfalfa and red closer. Call Leo McEnroe, Phone 50F21. ' 5* 'OR SALE: No. 6 John Deere combine. New rubber. Below eiling. 4% miles east and 3 miles north of Titonka. Walter Aukes. Woden. 5* OR SALE: 160 acres. Winnebago County. Well improved, well drained, electricity and drill- d well. Poss. March 1, 1945. 125. Long term contract. In- [uire of owner. Avery Fitch, •hone 17 on 96, Burt. a5T?* FOR SALE: Tame hay in stack. miles •atterson. east of Burt. G. W. 5-8 'OR SALE: 2 room house. Jo'e Heiderscheidt, 3 miles east and Vs. miles south of Burt. 5* FOR SALE: 2 saddle horses. One spotted, coming four years old, vith foal, and 11 year sorrel elding. Donald Erickson, 5 miles west and 3 miles north of Algona, FOR SALE: 200 bales straw. Ralph Walker, Whittemore. 5" FOR SALE: 200 bales of straw. Guy Harmon. Phone 33-F4, Algona. 5* FOR SALE: 2 room 12x24 brooder house, well built. Reuben Fuerste.nau, Lone Rock, or V4 mile so'utlv Lotts Creek. 5* FOR SALE: Eight purebred and grade. Brown Swiss cows, also four heifers. O. J. Rutledge, 3 miles north of No. 169-18. intersection and 3V4 miles west. Phone 11F22. a5* FOR SALE: 20 head of Duroc 'brood sows. Start to farrow first of April and May. 2-14 Oliver tractor plow, almost new. Jake Meyer, Wesley. a5tf FOR SALE: 12x16 Cozy brooder house, metal top. Wired for electricity, like new. Also octo- gan brooder house, good condition. Phone 3F14. Ralph Brown. Algona. 5? Wanted WANTED: Married man for farm work. House with water and electricity. Hugh Black, Phone 8F24, Algona. 4-5* WANTED TO BUY: Safe and show case. Alden McAdams, Swea City. , 4-5* WANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around job, best of wages and extras. House with electricity furnished. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-1f WANTED; Married man on farm. P, M, Christenson, Lone Rock, Iowa. 3-tf WANTED: Woman for general housework, part time. Phone 15?W, 5* WANTED: Married man to work on farm. Experienced. Separate hpuse. Ray McWhorter, Burt. 5-6* BUY Briggs & Strat- tpn v engines, washing machines, refrigerators, vacuums and radios. We pay cosJV Algona, Maytag Co. WANTED: Married num. Year around job. John Blum, Armstrong. 5* WANTED; Married man for work. House, lights and trimming?, p, A. Roland, Algona. 5* Miscellaneous A LIMITED quantity of oil burning brooder stoves at Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 5 HAVE YOU TRIED Perwind Briquets? Hotter. Cleaner. Long lasting. Another car of that good Nora lump coal will arrive today or tcmorfftw. Raesly Lumber Co. J»fajHW!~m ' 5 QUEEJjf fl«L tar* fleeter, $23.75. Jame^way gfectric brooders, $3,6.00. 5 It, metal flock feeders. TYPEWRITER RIBBONS: We have a new shipment of all kinds of typewriter and adding machine ribbons. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. 4-5* ALL DISPLAY advertising copy must be in the hands of our printers by Wednesday noon to insure publication in the paper the following Thursday. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 2-tf IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona;:Upper Des Moin«;s. 40c and up. -; 13-tf PLACE YOUR ORDERS now for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. Sargenl & Co., Phone 360, Algona. 4-tf Lost-Found STRAYED to my place one horse about two months ago. Owner can have same by paying for costs. Nick Weydert, Bode. Phone 2601. 5-7* LOST: Brown leather envelope purse. Contains bill fold, valuable papers and letters addressed to self. Reward. Return to Algona Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Lone Rock. 5 Card of Thanks We wish to- thank Floyd's and our friends for the comforting letters, cards and words in our recent sad loss of our beloved son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott, Merrill Stott, Mrs. Vernon Pedersen and Mrs. Leo Immerfall. 5* Nipped tn at the waitt and sleekly tapered at every turn, this fitted Abbmoor coat givei you a slim-sculptured loot and a graceful, younger feeling! Luitroui braided outline of collar mates exciting contrast against rich wool crepe. Lined with- Satin de Sylva. Slip It on today. You'll be amazed and delighted to see how an Abbmoor minimizes your waistline, glorifies your entire figure. Sizes 33'/j fo 43'/>. Colon: black, navy, R.A.F. blue, summer brown. > $27.50 rise o YOU'LL BE SURPRISED TOO— at the many new SPRING GOODS Chrischilles' COME TO THIS STORE OFTEN ;~i

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