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|PI^1J4|, wvw^ ^ <i ,.. *''' * EAGLE BOYS XMASWITH POLKS AT HOME tiwea Eagle: One of the happiest , holiday reunions was held ifi Eagle township at the Emil O'Grecn liorhe when their son, Sgt. Rich- ftfd O'Green came home Dec. 26. Sftt. O'Green Is a veteran of the fighting in Italy. He landed with the first American troops in north' 6fn Ireland in 1941 and has been In action until his leave for home. Pvt. Emory Preston spent a two iweeks furlough with his parents, tHe Earl Prestons. Emory has finished his basic training' at Camp "Welters, Texas, and left Friday i for a camp in California. ; Pvt. Lowell D. Larson, son of the Emil Larsons, left Thursday after five days leave at homo. IflWell has finished his infantry basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark., and left Friday for Camp Meade, Md. His trip both ways /was by air, via Minneapolis. This gave him more time at home. Seaman D. A. Purdue of the Atlantic fleet flew from New York to Rochester, Minn., to spend a few days last week with his wife, the former Sylvia Isaacson. Cpl. Thomas M. Olson of a squadron school in the east, spent a furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Nora Olson. Cpl. Marvin Sanders, who has had a month's furlough here with his wife who lives with her parents, and the corporal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders, left JTriday for Little Rock, Ark. The corporal has been overseas and in action the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Waterbury are parents of a son born Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Graham of Waterloo spent Christmas week-end at the Emil Larson home. Teachers home for the vacation season were Lucille Berg, Webster City; Mrs. LaVern Finleyson, Newton; Ruth Anderson, Humboldt; Freda Burges-on, Newell, and Beryl Hyler, Titonka. OIL FURNACES A limited number of Green Co- Ionia] Oil Burners and oil-fired furnace! are now being made. We recommend plac- your order early, in anticipation of aa early releaie on present restrictions. STOKERS Green Colonial Coal Stokers also will be •Tillable soon and all restrictions on stokers have been removed. Check with ns now—the demand is sure to be heavy. Laing & Muckey Phone ; 464 N. Dodge J3t__ GREEilCOLOillRl FURnflCE SERVICE Miss MarettaifhorsOtt,. first y«ar student and .Phyllis AMetSM third year student in dtlstavtis Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn 1 , spent the holidays at the pafefiti: O. L. Thorson and Carl Aridfosbft homes. The Francis Torin6s received before Christmas a bushel of cit rus fruit from their landlord, Adam Miller, at McAllen, Texas Mr. Miller grew the fruit on his own place which Is near the Mex lean border. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg received a message from the War department that their son, T-Sgt Ellis Jongberg, who is with Patton's Third Army, has been slightly wounded. The sergeant's wife makes her home at the Jongbergs. Portland Nurses Visit Home Folks "Portland:. Cadet Student Nurse Virginia McWhorter, of Rochester, spent two days at home before the Christmas holidays. Student Nurse Ne'dra Wolf was home from Carroll for Christmas. Cadet Student Nurse Margaret Ringsdorf was also a Christmas guest at home. Margaret is taking training at Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Cadet Nurse Betty Stewart, of Minneapolis, was a last week-end visitor with home folks. It is understood that Betty will probably take her final six months training, starting in March, in an army hospital. Portland Service Club Elects Officers Portland: The Portland Service Club met in December with Mrs. Earl Miller and had a social time with an exchange of gifts. No work was taken up at this meeting. Election of officers was held and Mrs. Lovstad is the president; Mrs. Jake Smith, vice president, and Mrs. Earl Miller, secretary. The historian, Mrs. Becker, was held over as her book is not filled to date. Prizes in games went to Mrs. Lovstad and Mrs. Edward Wolf. Fifteen women attended the metting. Portland Reunion at Hurt Hotel Thursday Portland: Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drove held a Christmas party at the Burt hotel Wednesday of last week for 32 relatives. A 7:00 o'clock dinner was served, preceding an exchange of gifts. The centerpiece was Santa with a sleigh and eight reindeers, all made by Mrs. Drone and children. Red candles were lighted on the table and by candle light all sang "Silent Night." Later in the evening the children played games and others played cards. This, was the traditional Kain reunion'. ALGONA MAYTAG ST.ORE Clean Easy track line sfhd portable milking machin«s. Chore Boy portable milkers. George Pipeline milkers'.' Iowa all electric cream separators, also hand turn. Powe/ grinder. ] A and V-i. h. p. Electric motors. Cole's circulating theater. Post drill. upsbi Milking machine, 2 Srdfm separators, gas engines, Maytag and Briggs & Stratton engines. Washing machine wringer rolls. See us for repairs for all makes of stoves. We repair washing machines, vacuums and refrigerators. RESOLVE TO SAVE AT A&P IX 1945! Sunnyfield Enriched FLOUR <> I 50 Ib. bag.... V I Sunnyfield Quick or Regular ROLLED OATS Pkgb - aScpk 1 ! 3 : 33c Enriched Flour OI tX GOLD MEDAL 25 Ib. bag V11 a *t Pillsbury's Enriched Cl tM WONDER FLOUR ....25 Ib. bag «P I • I "t Staley's Creamed CORN STARCH 1 Ib. pkg. Ann Page Macaroni or SPAGHETTI 7 oz. pkg. Ideal Dehydrated DOG FOOD 8 oz. pkg. 9c Fresh from nearby farms IOWA EGGS doz. ctn. 47 C MR. FARMER: WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR EGGS! Sunnyfield Top-Quality 8 oz. pkg. WHEAT PUFFS 8c Fresh Daisy (12 pts. Ib) CHEDDAR CHEESE 32c Luncheon Meat (3 red pts.) 12 oz. can REDIMEAT 33 C Holsuro Brand 16 oz. jar PEANUT CRUNCH 3|c America's Largest Selling Coffee EIGHT O'CLOCK Ub. bag 59c California Size 220 Seedless NAVAL ORANGES doz. 4| C Texas Marsh Seedless Size 96 GRAPEFRUIT |Q for 39 C Louisiana Porto Rican FANCY YAMS 2 Ibs. |9 C Nebraska Red Triumph POTATOES 10 Ib. mesh bag 42 C Jfcne Parker Delicious Caramel PECAN ROLLS oz. 8 ........ Ocean Fresh (2 red pts.) 8 oz. con SARDINES IN OIL I8c Campbell's 1 Ib' can PORK & BEANS 9c Encore Prepared 1 Ib. % oz- jar SPAGHETTI I3c Food Stores FENTON COUPLE 25TH ANNIVERSARY Fenton: MY. and Mrs. Res Wolfe were honored on Sunday evening at the Jack Tleman home, It being their silver wedding anniversary. Hostesses were Mrs. Tleman and Mrs. S. S. Whttmore of Rolfe. The evening was spent playing 800. High prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and Frank McFall and Mrs. Ray Chris- chilles won low score prize. The couple was presented with a purse. Besides the honored couple and the hosts and hostesses, present were Messrs. and'Mesdanies Hans Baago, E. C. Fauerby, S. E. Straley, Art Voigt, Henry Tieman, Fred Newel, Frank McFall, Roy Chrischllles and Calvin Householders and Mrs. Freelove Wels- brod, Harry Widdel and Freeman Wolfe. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Frankl Boys In the States Christmas Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Frankl were very pleasantly surprised on New Year's day to receive a telephone call from their son Bernard who is now stationed at San Francisco. Bernard has been in the southwest Pacific on a hospital ship for some time and had developed a heat rash, hence he was returned to the States for recuperation. Donald, second son of the Frankls, was in Jacksonville, Fla., for Christmas, being sent there from his base in Brazil for two weeks training in turret gunnery. The 4200 mile trip from South America to the States was made by plane in two days. He has already returned to his station in South America. Visits ttatoh;: Pvt fraiftk gftv«s his fSaffefltsV Mr, ana , Glen JenklhSoli,' Ufllbft tovvrtshifc a pteasaftf SlifpHSe Sunday eve* ni«g. When the? arrived .htrfftt from services at Good Hops church they found their don making himself comfortable • lit th6 house. Pvt. JenklhsOn 7 arrived from Camp Hood, IJeias, for a short furlough .while on his waj>, to an assignment at another camp; He will leave next week for HIS 1 new undisfclbsed distillation. > ; ACTION , » Mr. and Mrs. Flttfd Bilsb'olM ough received a 'telegram on Dfce, 1 29 stating that their son, Pfc) Raymond Bilsborough, had beeft slightly injured in action on Dec. 13 in Germany. He has been )rt the army two years and was serving with General Patton's Third! Army. He recently received thej infantry combat ' medal for out standing combat duty. He , .hai been overseas since June, being stationed in England before before being sent to the front line's. HELP WAMTftC «- MeH Wiff Suslnfes* eitpefiehce.to tMtf.fef Store managers. Jobs g66d Site? the war. Apply at Ideal Gouncil Oak Store, Algoha, lows. 34lf ..man fat farm work, Separate house, ^ledtrlcity. Nb toilkiflg, f i&o month. Itwjulre Upper Des Moihes office. , i-3* Mr. tlnd Mrs. Leo Spilles went to Chicago Sunday on a buying trip. Mary Kelso returned Wcdnes day to Davenport after spending the Christmas and New Year holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso. Mary is employed in a clothing- store there. Before going to Davenport several months ago, Mary was employed by the Algona Hardware here. She was accompanied to D&venport by Bill Hughes of Emmetsburg. Bill is home on a 30-day leave from the merchant marine. During his employment in the merchant* marine, Bill Jias visited every large continent in the world except Australa, and he hopes to visit there some day. From Davenport he will go to New York to report to his ship. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid witb order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Two quarter. section farms,, good land t . all Clarion and Webgt.en •- solf. Electricity. Also ,'80""without electricity. 1 wired % section. O. E. Hott, Phone 389-W, Algona. 1-2* FOR SALE: 38 ft. Sandwich elevator. . C. A. Derner, Whittemore. 1* FOR SALE: Bicycle. Excellent condition. $28. Stanley Riedel, Burt. Phone 19F2, Algona. 1* FOR SALE: 500 bales straw. Tom Merryman, Burt. • 1-2* FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle in good condition. Donald Nelson, Lone Rock. . •-•.-•:•-•FOR SALE: Two flared wagon boxes. Both in very good shape. Leo Frideres, 804 East North St., Algona. 1-2* FOR SALE: 1929 Model A Ford, good rubber, 1945 license paid. 4 steel wagon wheels. 10 ft. McCormick - Deering disc. Albin Schneider, 2 miles south Bancroft. 1* FOR SALE: A good reg. Farmall tractor and cultivator; John Deere 14-inch, 2 bottom plow. Harold Angus, % mile W., % mile N. of Burt, Iowa. Phone 3-92, Burt. 1* FOR SALE: Purebred Brown Swiss and grade milk cows. Reason for selling—boy is leaving for service. Glenn Zwiefel, Algona. 1* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5243 January Term, 1945 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Archie B. Walker, Deceased, dated November 13, 1943, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 29th day of January, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said 'ounty, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 20, 1944. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. Hutchison & Hutchison, Attys. Algona, Iowa. 1-3 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5246 January Term, 1945 To All Whom It May Concern; You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing p'urport- ,ng to be the last Will and Testament of George H. Wessel, Deceased, dated August 15, 1929. having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 30th day of January, 1945, is fixed for learing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, ber fore the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby noti" fled and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not ae probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 29, 1944. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. Hutchison & HuteMson, ipwf. FOR SALE: Good modern 8-room home at 301 E. Lucas, only 3 blocks north of Kent Garage. Rents for $40 month. Price how $6000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. ' , 1 FOR SALE: Modern bungalow, excellent location.' A warm home close in. $5200. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 1 FOR SALE: Modern 'home, 5 rooms and bath, completely in? sulated, weather stripped, all newly decorated and painted. In excellent condition with best of materials used. $6000. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 1 FOR SALE: Team of sorrel-mares, white' mane, tail; 4 and 6-years. D. L. McArthur, 2 miles west'f'4 north, 1% west of Algona. 1* FOR'SALE: 9 hi; sey cows, 4, freshen, 3 _^ Noland, first p. hospital. Phone 24-J. FOR SALE: Two purebred Berkshire fall boars. Wm. Frit?., Wesley. 1* FOR SALE: Upright piano, good condition. Phone 3541, Wesley. 1* FOR SALE: Young cows to be fresh soon. O. A. Campney, Algona. 1 mile south of Prisoner of War camp. 1" FOR SALE: Warm morning type circulating heater, used .little, like new, $50. Stoeber Hdwe., Fenton. , 1* FOR SALE: One good Shorthorn milk cow, fresh in March. Small-sized T3t. Clair kitchen range in good condition. -Wooden elevator without a stand under it and with hoist, $55. Donald Weaver, 4 miles east on 18 and 3'/4 north of Algona. 1* FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls, ready for service. Also some grades. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 51-1 FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire spring boars. New blood for old customers. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 51-1 ADDING MACHINE Rolls for salf at the Algona Upper Des Moine? office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tJ FOR SALE: Stock Tank Heaters, Large submarine type. Made of steel 1/8 in. thick. Burns wood and cobs. Will ship COD $10. Battenfield Machine Shop, Perry. Iowa. 51-2 DESK BLOTTERS assortod r-oi- ors—chocolate, green, red, pink, blue and cedar for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, 15c. FOR SALE: Black Poland China boars; also old style Polands. Fall and spring farrow, immune, and priced to sell. A. L. Gregory, Rutland, Iowa. 49-1* FOR SALE: Pure bred Poland China boars. Roy Wiseman, 3 miles north of Hutchins. 50^1* FOR SALE: Johns-ManviUe Type A Blown Home Insulation in* stalled. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent-* ing Worrnhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44 tf FOR SALE; Early maturing PlQ- neer 353-A, 353, 341, in large, medium, and small fiats. C. L. 329 in large and small flats. C. L. Bailey, .phone 026^, Algona; or Amps Angle, Phone 958-w, Al» gpnju 4iM>l» FOR SALE: Three head black face ewes. 1 Briggs Si Stratton motor. Vera J. Mathahs, WWtte, more. 51-4* WANTED': By Feb. 1. Married ImatS with farm experience. Feeding cattle and tractor, work. No milking. Separate house with electricity. Write or. c'all M< T. McGuire. Phone 2616, Bode, i-tf WANTED! Tractor on rubber. Two or three plow'size. Write li. B. Erdman, Wesley. 1* Lost-Found liOST: Green Lifetime Sheafler "fountain pen with sheath point. Reward. Call 355-W or 111. 1* Miscellaneous DRIVING to Los Angeles. Take three, share expenses. Phone 3S41 Wesley. " 1* 'IF YOU OWN a used car, truck br pickup, drive it to W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa, and get a lot of cash for it right quick. v 1-2 FARM OWNERS: You can sell your farm NOW at a good ,price. List your farm, with the undersigned as I have over 150 farm buyers on my list. Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 1* FOR HIRE: New J. B. portable .mill for -grinding. Also two trucks and balers. Ralph Hurl- biirt, Lone Rock. Phone 709. , . buaheii GrdwfrV&f .hybrid cofh Sin6e 1988,, Als6 Efit and Richlahd Sbybeafts and Tfima ' M. A. SoK-Hetfj 48, 8l t 2, 8* GE* YOUR tSfieWritef &nd adding machine ribbons at the Algona MdfHes, , 4*U SELL your late model car to us for the highest bvlce. Free information on ceilings. Hcfenk Mo* tor Service, West of Court House. 36tf Exchange Dcpt. basement Qobd Used Furniture dining room-—Living room suiter Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE l~tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio" & Electric Algona, Iowa. , - . 1-M SEE MB FOR' Res! Bargains n farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates oil tile. —Phil 3 Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algonn. 1-tl Card of Thanks I want to thank all my friends, neighbors and the fire department for their splendid cooperation Jn putting out the fire at my farm. Alphons Berte and family. 1* NOTICE OF REGULAR Annual meeting. The regular annual meeting of all members of the Algona Federal Savings' & Loan Association of Algona, la., for the purpose of election of directors and for the transaction of any TWAIfBnft Upper fief Moiflos. Of), Thanfes arid ftlenas. fas? theif k Bowers jftfrliig .the, filfless -arid death 6f 6uf bslditetf husband and fatheft Mrs. Violet 1 Waffief and children, tfefd of thanks ,We wish to express our grateful appreciation to these whd offered spiritual bditquets, floral offerings, food, help* and automobiles* VI10 1OSS OX W»* tM*»M* tJW»*f H» and husband. Bale Voting, for th«J beautiful flSfal offefln Special thanks to Veterans' Fdffilgft Wafs", 'ehur-cfl N o¥gl tlons", and JUN. A. Lodge, and Mfs. Homer J. Vettttg and BbrtJthyi Mrs. H, Kale and children, Janice, Bevef^ « Barbara. Maleand and Dry Cleaners RIG WINTER COAT $ALE ' •l^HMH • • ••••••••••••i ^F••••••• ^vHMMIMHH Chiischilles Store EVERY WINTER COAT IN THE STORE GOES ON SALE We've done it again—in the face of scarcity of material and labor—rising costs—we've decided to clean house on every winter coat in the store. There will be no TWO FOR ONE SALE this year and these, reductions are FINAL. In other words, there will be no further reductions in late January or . Feb- ';, There is no need,to:wait any longer, /We h'ave J included and there!are plenty of LARGE SIZES. ,., , . coat to fit her—both plain and fur trimmed and NO EXCISE TAX ON ANY WOMAN'S COAT. COME IN THIS WEEK AND PICK OUR YOUR NEXT WINTER'S COAT. ALL INDICATIONS ARE THAT MATERIALS WILL BE SCARCE AND PRICES ARE LOW NOW. Nothing Held Back • Eveiything Goes! | illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ll!lllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH| = •."'"'•'.,: ' ' f»$J ' ""*•• COAT SALE NEX I Biggest Bargains | In Years I LASTS FOR 10 DAYS In the ten years that the ANNEX has been running our customers have learned , to expect BIG THINGS when wejput on a saJe, You'U not be disappointed in this COAT SALE, Here are almost unbelievable values, In the face of rising costs and scarcity of materials, you'll find the BIQGEST COAT VALUES IN TEN YEARS AT THE ANNEX THIS WEEK ANP NEXT. \ DON'T MISS THIS SALE, We have about fifty coats to sell—and woet of these will go at $10,00, All sizes frow 12 to 40 (no real largf sizes) a»4 we have put almost "every coat into titfs one prise range, There are a few feigner prioe4 cme* but ten bucks will buy tne beet coat yo» ever saw for tee money, Oome early and get your snare of tb§ bargains. We are going to clean nppfe on, coats before January tet, Jf yau nee4 ft «betweenHse»B»n" cont *- if yew something to>fin}sh out the winter, buy one of these $lQ.OQ_£oats, Sale morning, December gptb, at niW ft'clock, \ ' ' Everything goes*^U wool mate §port mod§G$ blacks and colors A pew "iflrir ?OATS , *1 , • ' •.'••V ._ i dress and

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