Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1942
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCB. AI/IOHA. TOWA_ DAVIDSON, A FARMER HERE, DIES TUESDAY Resided Retired o n His Own Farm East of Algona. By Mrs. Louise Bode. Union Twp., Jan. 21— Frank Davidson, well known farmer who had lived near Algona 28 years, died at his home east of Algona Tuesday morning. Mr. Davidson had not been well during the last year. He was seriously sick five weeks before Christinas, but rallied and was again able to be about till the Sunday preceding death. Mr. Davidson was born September 25, 1871, at Hopedale, O. He married Delia Tipton, Cadiz, O., at Annapolis, O., December 9, 1896. They farmed for a time in Ohio, but came to Iowa in 1900, .settling near Fairfield. In 1914 they came to this county, and had the Wellendorf farm in Union township a couple of years, then the Robert Kain farm in Plum Creek for 15 years. Owned Home Farm. Mr. Davidson bought his own farm 11 years ago, and the family has lived there ever since. Because of Mr. Davidson's poor health, the land was rented last year. Mrs. Davidson survives, also the following children: Clara, employed by the Zcno Paint and Glass Co., Mankato; James, married and lives at Bridewater, S. D.; Dale, single, at home during the last few months, assisting his father. Funeral Thursday. There are also two grandchildren, the son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson; a sister, Mrs. C. W. Quillen, San Fernando, Calif.; a brother, Melvin Davidson, Quincy, 111. A cousin, Mrs. Lela Waterhouse, Fairfield, came for the funeral. The James Davidsons arrived Sunday. Funeral services were held at the McCullough chapel Thursday afternoon, with the Rev. F. C. Volzke in charge. Lcola Zeigler sang, accompanied by Mrs. W. C. Taylor. Burial was in the new East Lawn cemetery.. Casket bearers were Dorwin Teeter, August Slagle, Fred Zeigler, Louise Bode, Robert Harvey, ind Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson, Fairfield, and their daughter, Mrs. Irene Dyer, Ottumwa. Floyd was a cousin of Mr. Davidson. The brother, Melvin Davidson, Quincy, 111., also came. MARKETS HOGS Med. hvy., 180-200 ........ $9.70 Med. hvy., 200-240 Hed. hvy., 240-270 $9.85 9.70 Lone Rock Letter Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, of Rockwell _City, spent Sunday at Or* At Sharps, callers George Petti t',s.~ Mrs. Sharp and the Russell Packing sows, 330-360 $9.90 Packing sows, 360-400 $9.80 CATTLE Canners and cutters —$4.00-5.00 Fat cows .$5.50-6.50 Fat steers — $9.50-11.00 Bulls $7.00-8.00 Stock steers .f8.00-10.CO Fat yearlings $9.50-11.00 Veal calves $8.00-11.00 SHEEP there. The Everett Harrises took Mrs. Harris's mother, Mrs. Mary Girard, to her home at Fairmont Saturday, then went on to Worthington, Minn., for the week-end with relatives. The John Harrises and the John Greens, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Harris, and Mrs. Art Stoddard, Livermore, with a son, Sexton is Most at Farewell for Boys Departing for War Sexton, January 20— A farewell party was gtvertj Monday ev* ening at the Sexton hall in honor Saturday to visit Mrs. Macumber. Mrs. Mohr and Mrs. Macumber visited August Mielke at Whittemore in the afternoon. Mr. ----= --JT ..J B «.i,,i,,u«. and Mrs. Macumber and Mrs., °« boyata this vicinity• Mohr left Sunday for Rochester, «>°» 'or theJJ. S. armed forces, where Mrs. Macumber was<to go Some 90 people attendj^and the through the Mayo clinic. Doro- evening was spent at games, 500, MOtrs , Jaft. 21-Mf. aftd MM. & me randarents lot , . E. Hott became grandparents thfc first tim*' Monday Mr. and Mrs. Gef aid Buft, are pafents 6t a 74b. FRED LEGLER, 87, OF LU VERHE, SUCCOMBS Staffed Leg- thy Hansen, Fort Dodge, came Bingo. y ansen, o , . . A..-..-.* Saturday to manage the cafe in L Hostesses were Mr* August ' the absence of her parents. Kirschbaum, Mrs, Dale . T omp- e aosence ui uer uureuia. ------ ;i --- v%,i <. » « j ... --J —. , . .. , i son, Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders, and The young people of the local ble and bos fliUB Noble and boys Choice $11.25-11.75 spent this week Monday there. Medium _. — $10.50-11.00| j os . Madden, Haifa, was a Common * . $5.00-7.00; Sunday dinner guest at James Culls $5.00 down;-\vadsworth's. Mrs. E. E. Paine, Burt, spent Thursday there, and the Hbrris Wads worths were Friday evening callers at Milford Mitchell's. Mrs. Maude Hanna, Burt, was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Fat ewes ___ .$ GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn 69c No. 2 white corn 78c No. 3 white oats 47c No. 2 yellow soybeans $1.74 No. 1 flax seed $2.02jTillie Hanna and the latter's No. 2 malting barley 72c daughter Myrtle. The Joseph EGGS Premium 31c totter church will have charge of the morning services on February 3. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz Kansas City;"LyTe" Fitch'," *Chasi visited at Mrs. Mary Zoller's, McMahon, who will join the Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday after- coast Guard and be inducted at Des Moihes; and Virgil Nort. Each of the young men was presented with an army kit and an automatic pencil. Lunch was served. Medium 38c D's and C's 25c Cash Cream No. 1 No. 2 _. Sweet -36c _34c -37c POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. 15%c Hens, over 5 Ibs. 17%c Springs, heavy, over 5 Ibs. 16%c- Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs. 14%c sister Mrs. Howard Strayer's, Al- Behrends family, Ledyard, and | the Ornie Behrends family were entertained at Sunday dinner at Ralph Hurlburt's. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott visited the peorge Hawcotts, Burt, in the afternoon. The Roy Chrischilles family, Fenton, sent Sunday afternoon at Henry Schroeder's. The Jerold Wieners, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener, Burt, were there for the evening. Lillian Gregerson, who had lived with the Russell Bates fam- Leghorn springs 10M>c ily, left Sunday to live at her Pettit's. noon. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and Mrs. Harry Hobson attended a shower for Mrs. Clifford Waltman at the Burt hotel Saturday. The Edward Farrises, Wallingford, spent last week Tuesday evening at Alex Krueger's. The Farris son Harold left Thursday to join the navy. Mn and Mrs. Arend Neeland drove to Buffalo Center last week Monday evening to see Mrs. Neeland's father, John Sleper, who is in a hospital there. The V. V. Fryes were Sunday dinner guests at Raymond Zwiefel's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, were last week Wednesday dinner .guests at their daughter Mrs. W. J. Cotton's. James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, is sick with the flu and measles at his grandparental Mr. and Mrs. George gona. A farewell party for Lil- Cocks, under 4% Ibs. 6c lian was given Sunday after- ocks, over 4Va Ibs. 8c No. 2 poultry 3c less RED CROSS BENEFIT. Wesley, Jan. 21—A Red Cross benefit supper at 25c and 35c will be served at the lodge hall here next Tuesday evening at 5 . - ^^. o clock, sponsored by the local I ? cn ool "on the side," has been MONICA FOURAGE WED TO JNO,JJEHNKENDORF Lu Verne, Jan. 21 — Monica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fourage, St. Joe, and Edward, son of Mrs. John Behnkendorf and the late John Behnkendorf, were married at the Lutheran church here noon, classmates attending: Margaret Heinen, Doris and Joyce Marlow, Betty Kueck, June Hanna, Ruth Ellen Householder, E. M. Jensen drove to Livermore Monday to meet and bring Bonita Jensen, Downey, who had been visiting her parents there. She attends school here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris spent Sunday afternoon and were Phyllis Hawks, Shirley Bates, supper guests at A. F. Krueger's, Ruth Kraft, Deloris Marlow, also the Strayers.' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker, Bancroft, spent last week Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jessie Stebritz at her mother's. Catherine Stebritz, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday here, and took her Fairmont. The A. A. Kruegers were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and her daughter Beulah. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Fenton, visited at Emil Kraft's last week Wednesday afternoon. Monday afternoon at 2:30, the Mar i°rie Johnson, Algona, to Rev. Mr. Wittonburg officiating Fort Dod 2e, where all attend a Attendants were the bride's sis- 1 ™"" t " ""^"" 1 A/r ™ °*~'"" t - ter Martha and Harold Ristau. Norman Hesse and LeRoy Hintz were ushers. The bride \yore white chiffon and carried pink and white carnations. The bridesmaid also •wore chiffon and carried carnations. Teacher Werner Horn played the nuptial music. Following the ceremony a re- mother Bernice Porr pe, Vuanita j Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer, Wegener, "VI ax in? Sirr p«son, and | Fenton, Gust Kraft, Algona, and beauty school. Mrs. Stebritz remained for a few days there with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jacobsen, Burt, drove to Fort Dodge Friday to call on Mrs. Louis Larson, Eagle Grove, patient at a hospital there. Mrs. Larson is a sister of Mr. Nelson. The Jacobsens were Sunday din- ception was «fteld and a wedding i ner g ues t s at Nelson's, and Ruby, dinner served at the home of the I violet - anci Raymond Nelson bride's parents. The newlyweds I were dir > ner guests at Maynard Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Borchardt, of East Chain, Minn., spent Sunday afternoon there. ARMY REJECTS TWO. Corwith, Jan. 21—John Evans, Lavoy Dawson, James Veldhouse, all of Corwith, went to Des Moines last week Thursday for final physical examinations for induction into the army. All returned Friday. Dawson and Veldhouse were rejected. OFFICE for Income Tax Service Over Barker Drug bara Jeaft Hott, 6iilrd. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Hoti The baby ha* been namedjR«ftce8jJean. SOLDIER OH COAST. Sexton, Jan. 21 — Jos. Krieps has received a letter., front his, cousin, Alphons joined the army . Alphons was already in Califof- ye|t«fdiy mbfhing aill {Wednesday) ttt f his, nbM«. tte had beeti ift poor health tor the last two months. Mr. Legier set- tied in thei Lu Verne neighbor* hood in 1865 arid farmed there NOTICE OF T,., MEETING OF il* HOLDERS OF T, ' CO-OPERATIVP COMPANY. NOTICE is according to tho corporation, nunl meeting corporation wm Alpona Hi Ph W jn ' joined the army January 3, and many years o«ur e .« ,^«u 6rder fa the Chv ^I Alphons was already in Califof^j- Funeral services »11. be held o . clock) p mc S'Kfll nia, Where, he said, the daytime a t 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at ^lection of director 5^* temperature when he wrote was the residence at Lu Verne, with i Ing year and fnrro/?'."$$•'» oc tfS** n«4/1t*Aoa la Pvt_ AmnOtlS . -^ . *-, *. *•*> i*^ __.. -fl _ ! AtlfttYitrci/l *.„*:* . ™lVlr,B. : ,--^M 85. His address Is Pvt. . Erpelding, Co. B. 90, Camp Roberts, Calif. LONE ROCK HIGHEST. Lone Rock, Jan. 21—Mrs. A. A. JLJ\Jll\* A»V/\»*») ww»«. —— —• Krueger, local chairman in the Christmas seal drive, .attended a the Rev. Kenneth Whitney, the Methodist pastor, in charge. Burial will be made in the Lu Verne cemetery, / Mr. Legier is survived by his widow and four children: Bon, Gorwith; Arthur, of WU Fort Chdstm^ °seTl meeUng-aTMrs^Dodge; Mrs. T. C Lichty, Lu- Edw. Genrich's, Algona, last I Verne: and Mrs. George Watkin- week Monday, and. Lone Rock son, (dedar Falls Therei arcjsev- , was announced highest contributor per capita in the county. en grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. r ro ratif ying uT, of the Board corporation and ing the precedins the transaction of and other business come before tr e ' Bring .in your figures and get reports filed . . . P, A, LONERGAN will live on the farm. Estherville Young . Lawyer Made Chief for This Air Area Harry Coffie, young Estherville lawyer who conducts an air pilot schnnl "nn tVi« oi/3^ » u~~ T Behnkendorf I Kick's, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Johnson, Bancroft, spent Sunday evening at W. G. Flaig's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, Bancroft, were Friday evening visitors at Jim Ackarman's, and the August Hei- nens spent last week Wednesday evening there. The Ackarmans Legion Auxiliary unit. The patronage of the public is invited. CHURCH PROJECT FINISHED. Wesley, Jan. 21—The pipe organ at St. Joseph's church was repaired, cleaned, and motorized over the week-end. This completed a program of repairs and redecoration of the St. Joseph properties begun last summer. PASTOR HAS MEASLES. Burt, Jan. 21—In the absence of the Rev. Paul Figge, who was confined to his home with measles, Delmar Angus read a sermon at the Sunday morning ser- appomted civil air squadron commander in this area of a new civil air patrol which via a national defense setup is being organized throughout the country This area consists of Emmet, Kossuth, Clay, Palo Alto, Dickinson, Osceola, and parts of Buena Vista and O'Brien counties. It is planned to organize patrols at Sheldon, Spencer or Spirit Lake, Estherville, and perhaps Algona. Ten other squadron officers are to be named. Stanley Greiner and Faris Miner, local pilots, drove to Estherville Sunday to confer with were at the Otis Sanders home, Swea City, Sunday afternoon and spent the evening at August Heinen's. Frank Macumber and Mrs. Hattie Mohr, Waterloo, came FOR SALE—McCORMICK-Deer- ing No. 4 cream separator. 1937 model, as good as new. $35. Ro- ruan Wilhelmi, Corwith. 15pl9 WANT TO RENT—ABOUT 240- acre farm. Have full line of modern equipment, also dairy herd. Good references. Inquire Advance. 19 p ig FOR SALE—BAY GELDING 8 . yrs. old, wt. 1700; brown gelding, smooth mouth, wt. 1600 — Two miles south Galbraith, Paul Blumer, Livermore. 22(2)19 sssr-j 1 ™ r= - ^ _••?•«• - WELL DRILLING - Spear & Phillips, phone 255. 1007 North Mam, Algona, Iowa 35tf FOR SALE—10 SPOTTED PO- lancl China boars.—Wm. Paetz, phono 33-F121 Algona. 12pl8-19 or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. . 26-w-50-tf FOR RENT — FIRST FLOOR modern unfurnished apartment —4 rooms and bath. Oil heat garage close to business district! I FO Rj SALE-REGISTERED Fall tS^^ sU^Ty! ^ and Hampshire boars.— T . * ~p --—"'.f-j*i*A c uudia.— Jose P h A. Skow, Wesley. pl5tf NEW QUAKER OIL FOR SALE-PUREBRED HOL- _„.„,«=, WoS« -' 0ld -» ip T ^^™~JS*T«W HEATER FOR SALE-PUREBRED HOL stein bull, 2Mi yrs. old.—N. W Waltz, Burt, la. n pl FOR SALE-FEEDER PIGS an dairy cattle. — Andy Phillips Woden. - FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN COW! t b. and Bang tested.—Kami ton Hatchery, Bancroft, la. 12ul7t WANTED — SMALL TRUCK Rol 0 ^ °u cobs -— w - C. Richman 624 North Church St., Algona. llpl REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Bert shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Be Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14 USED SMALL SPINET PIANO —Small balance monthly.— Write Acc't Dept., box 176, Ma son City, la. I 5pl9 FOR SALE — SOME GOOD young horses, well broke anc sound; 3% miles west Algona.— Bill Lane. 15pl9 •LOST — BILLFOLD CONTAIN- ing valuable kee P papers, some and mail billfold to Gail Hakes, Algona. 16pl9 MORT-0-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, LOC Tllfl^lrt nn f n _ _• 11 1 , . O 7 twice as far with better re- wuts. Algona Flour & Feed Co . - . Means 25 % fuel saving! See it at C. S. Johnson's. 19 MAKFMONEY" SPARE TIME" Watkms route open, Algona to man or woman devoting 3 or 4 hours daily calling up 8 customers. No investment.—J R w a t- kms Co., D-96, Winona, Minn ___ 29(2)17-20 WANTED-COUPLE TO TAKE over immediate operation of telephone switchboard in home residence furnished. Filling <;tn tion also ----- - - s "*•* —Call ,. 't. Benedict for particulars, or see John Arend. 28(2)19 MAN WANTED _ GOOD SUN- day Register route oppn. Pays JM.-lO per hour for five hours wor , k early Sunday morning Can be handled from Lu Verne or Al- E- ^ UStA ^ ave C H and 'good trade for ear corn, cattle, hogs, and can use a first-class team of 3-year-old unbroken horses. Car is in perfect mechanical condition; has new 1942 hot water Covers, new tires. I see me at 621 Eas St., 1 block west of Catho lie church.—E. L. Gilbert. 48pl9 DOUBLE HEADER Athletic Program Basketball Wrestling A. H. S. GYM. FRIDAY, JAN. 23rd BASKETBALL— A. H. S. vs. Eagle Grove, 8 p. m. WRESTLING— A. H. S. vs. Iowa Falls, 9:15 p. m. FRUITS FRESH, CRISP AND GREEN BROCCOLI FANCY BUTTONS MUSHROOMS FLORIDA GROWN— SWEET AND JUICY TANGERINES Mb. D " 19c 23c 23c Sweet Potatoe SAVE NOW! SALESMAN WANTED — RE- liable man to succeed R R Diekoff as Rawleigh dealer in Worth Kossuth county—9 townships, 1800 families. Selling experience unnecessary to start Everything furnished except car Splendid opportunity to step into a permanent and profitable business where Rawleigh Products have been sold for many years. Good profits for a hustler For particulars write Rawleigh's Dept. IAA-10-10, Freeport, 111 60pl9-20 Ain^^o T —•.">••«> t>. J. Payne, Algona. la. 3 ^ MRS C. AnriLTONTALBIA" writes: "Our Green Colonial Furnace, installed a year ago has been perfectly satisfactory in every way. Warms-our house thor- wi?. ?' ?u Ved US $15 '°° in coa l bills for the year. It is . ery clean, grates are easy to shake a " d lar ge opening in fire box enables us to use big chunks of coal and wood." Ask about Green Co- onial.— Laing & Muckey. 19 HAVE A PEACH OF A 2-door Ford V-8 sedan .-for sale or will USED MACHINERY 1 CC Case, with cultivator. i Yr, Ca ^ e> extra g° od ' rubber. 1 F14, with cultivator 1 ^ e , g0ula ? with 229 cultivator. 2 F 12 with cultivators 24-in. Belle City thresher, used very little. Allis Chlamers combine 10-ft. power Case binder, like new. 10-ft. John-Deere power binder 2 8-ft. Deering binders. 6-ft. John Deere mower. 5-ft. Acme mower. 5-ft. McCormick mower Dain hay loader. 10-ft. spring tooth. 14-ft. Case disc; 12-ft. Oliver disc; 15-ft. IHC disc; 10-ft. Oliver disc; 8-ft. J. D. disc; Mc-Deering spreader. Several two and three-bottom er for rent. Five head horses tractor plows. Fertilizer spread- One good Jersey cow. Also sell and deliver anything in new implements. W. C. TAYLOR, Case Dealer. " 271pl9 A full "B" BATTERY A BIG VALUE 45-Volt "B" Battery which compares with others selling much higher. 8"xlO" S C 9"x12"-7c 12"x24"-2l c 20"x 24"-3Bc All Sizes in Stock at a Saving. ••••i 5-tube electric Radio— 1942 4 A A _ model I U«9O Cream Cans 10 qt 49c Galvanixed ^A Bushel Baskets_. 1 l5JC Extra Heavy IX Tin 131/j Quart Each'. -tine Manure Forks 1.19 Fork Handles. 29c Get a new set of seat covers, 3 ft<| fronts only C.9O 6-v. car batteries 45-plale, 24 mos. *°*' C QC exch. W B QQ Scoop 4 jt A Shovels, No. 12 _ I .O9 Motor Oil— 2 gallon cans, *' ii 98c r . Jog Btoom Algona, Iowa SMALL AND LEAN—WHOLE OR HALF PORK ^^"™™^>HHr"^™ FISH FILLETS DELICIOUS BOILED, SERVE WITH BUTTER SAUCE TENDERED PORK CUTLETS U2AN STBBAKED, FBESII SIDE PORK ... SJIALI,, SELECT, MEATY SPARE RIBS .. LEAN, FBESH GROUND BEEF WAKEB CHIPPED DRIED DEEF .. NORTHERN Lb. 21 25i SWEET GIRL AMERICAN PROCESS ^ CHEESE NATIONAL EVAPORATED MILK SHORTENING 59 BID TEN PBEPABKD SPAGHETTI ....3£ A«i(d. Soupi, Except Chicken tJj CAMPBELL'S . .3 VAN OAHf'B TOMATO SOUP.. SWEET GIBL BED .._ . KIDNEY BEANS.3^? FBESH OYSTER CRACKERS u NATIONAL 6EAGHETTI OB MACARONI » JOHNSON'S 8LO-68AT LIFEBUOY 3 c "-19< SWAN ,,. Plenty of free parking space at rear ofour WE GLADLY ACCE.PT OBONGE & BLUE FOOD

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