Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1942
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH mttMTY APVAKCB. AI/tONA, IOWA SGT, GLADSTONE, OF LONE ROCK, IS BRIDEGROOM Lone Rock, Feb. 25—The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone announce the marriage of their son, Staff Sgt. Robert Gladstone, Fort Leonard Wood, Hollo, Mo., to Elaine Montgomery, St. Louis. The event took place at the bride's home, Saturday, January 3. The couple are expected for a visit here late in March or early in April, when Robert expects to have a furlough. The bridegroom is a local high school graduate, and he later attended Dubuque university before entering the army, Mrs. Kate Hawks Entertains— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawks, Spirit Lake, with the son Wayne, were Saturday supper guests at Hugh Marlow's and Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kate Hawks. Tom O'Donnell •was also a dinner guests of Mrs. Hawks, and Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, now of Mason City, spent the week-end there, her daughter Catherine, Fort Dodge, coming for Sunday. Claude Hawks, who had spent the winter there thus far, but left Monday for a few days with Oscar Warner, Algona, expects to leave this week-end for his home in Montana. Cars Crash on Plum Creek Hill —Kossuth County Advance Flash-Picture. *~pHESE TWO CARS WERE badly damaged, and three injured last week when they collided about •L midway up a hill in Plum Creek township. The cars were driven'by William Kuhn, Algona/ and George Moore, Burt. The graveled road was covered with snow, and Ihe drivers say the cars skidded just before the crash. Farewell for a Soldier — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt entertained at a party Sunday evening in honor of Cecil Green, Fairmont, who soon leaves to enter the army. Other guests \vere Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Green, Fairmont; the Arthur Riedels, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Algona; the Ralph Bierstedts, Mr. and Mrs. FAREWELL FOR A FAMILY AT WHITTEMORE Ben .Schmidt, and Schmidts. the Tommy Five Hundred Party Given— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt entertained at 500 Friday even- Whittemore, Feb. 24—A farewell party took place at John Bisenius's Sunday evening. The Bisenius family will move on a farm 3% miles west of Emmetsburg. Attending the party were Messrs, and Mesdames Joseph and Mike Besch Sr., Mike Besch Jr., William Besch, J. C. Cooney, Edward Besch, James Besch, L. H. Hanson, George Gengler, and Marion Hyink, Mrs. Theresa Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. John Marte, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fandel, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Mrs. Mae McDonald, son Garnet, and Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius, all of | Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. John ; Hebron Red Cross Officers Elected A Red Cross meeting was held at the Center schoolhouse in Hebron township Saturday, 16 women attending, and officers were elected: Mrs. Thomas Berg, chairman; Mrs. Grant Baldwin, 1 vice-chairman; Faith Reed, secretary-treasurer. Material for sewing and knitting has been ordered, and any woman in the township interested in either sewing or knitting may notify the chairman. The unit will serve lunches at sales at Stevens, which is a railroad elevator hamlet in the township. LAYMEN CONDUCT A SERVICE AT A CHURCH AT BURT Burt, Feb. 24-Laymen's Sun-. ban £ EX-ALGONIAN HEARD FROM AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Feb. 25—Mrs. Maud Jones, former Algona woman, writes that she is now with her son Gould, at Kenosha, Wis. She spent last summer with her daughters, Mrs. Ethel Simonson and Mrs. Catherine Heslop, both near Alden, and she plans to return for the summer. The son-in-law Simonson is at the veterans' hospital, Des Moines, suffering from a leg infection. Other news of interest to Al- gonians is that Mrs. Kate Harris, younger sister of Mrs. Jones, is spending the winter at their their brother Moore Smith's, Des Moines. Mrs. Harris had been living alone at Santa Monica, Calif., since the death of her hus- ing. Attending: Messrs, and i Montag, West Bend, Leslie and . Mesdames Ornie Behrends, Irvvin i Moran Higley, Thomas Lauben-! Wetzell, Lyle Marlow, Eldon thai, Margaret Reynolds, Bernice i ~- i ,,, ^~. „,—^oji iltl ,o ^,un- ,, „ ..,Marlow, Leonard Heerdt, I. W Conway, Lois Kelly, and Mary B. I day was observed at the Metho- I .f, , m . n t?, nas been at the hos ' Nelson, and Raymond Bierstedt, i Montag. The evening was spent •• dist church here Sunday morn- p . ',, ut Mrs - Jones failed to IWVe? 13 fi Viv. »•.**]« i i\/r__ -k-r -i n4- nn -r.J n «_J n*-.. a -HIT i-»: I ;««• ...:*!, Tir~n /~i -i _ . i £?1V£> tllP PJ111SP nr V»1C r\r\/-iT* Tin»il4-1t Mrs. Behrends, and Mr. Nelson at cards, and Mr. and Mrs. Bi-1 ing, with Walter Campney, lead- won high, and Mr. Behrends and senius were presented Mrs. Bierstedt were low. Mrs. lamp. Bierstedt also won travel. with Surprise for Mrs. Hurlburi— The Frank Householders, Mrs Martha Rath, son Lawrence the Albert Shasers, Mrs. Hattie Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Burlingame, son Glenn, and the Joseph Help Illinois Pair Celebrate— Frank Eisele, accompanied by er, in charge. Supt. W. B. Officer gave an address on Methodist Men and the Mission of the Church; W. J. Lockwood spoke on A Worshiping Church; G. H. his mother, Mrs. Joseph Eisele, i McMullen, A Fellowship Church- daughter Alice, Mr. and Mrs. i F. L. Ryerson, An Evangelistic Conrad Ahg, and Alley Kollasch, i Church; George Manus, A Stew- drove to Metamora and Peoria, I ardship Church; J. J}. Graham 111., Saturday to visit Mrs. Mollio ' A Missionary Church; and Wai_ • •-. vm_ ut_/o»_jyij.' — • »• -" - -•" v ~.~..u. ^.^.vi*i^.ii. j.Tj.iiJoivJiietij' x-'iiuj. v.11 i ctHU W c*l~ iSr e D famil y- Swea City, tooki Kcrkor - Peoria, and attended the ' ter Campney, Other Things A .Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt by surprise 50lh wedding anniversary of Mr. , men's choir sane That r'-iii^ give the cause of his poor health. Mrs. Jones is a 'daughter of the late John G. Smith, Algona, and a cousin of Mrs. Hortense Fer- euson, Mrs. Alice Cowan, and D. P. Smith, all of Algona, and of Mrs. Nina Schichtl, Mrs. M. L. Roney, and Rome Robison here. Paul Hudsons to Corwith— Only a few are moving this TEACHERS IN A DRIVE FOR AMBULANCE Dollar Each Planned From Teachers in - All Iowa. The county Teachers Council has been asked to accept responsibility for carrying on a patriotic program proposed by the Carroll county Council. The plan has been approved by the executive committee of the Teachers association, The program calls for voluntary contributions of a dollar apiece by teachers tb a "Teachers Defense Fund" to be used for the purchase of ambulances. In dependent and consolidated teachers, also all rural sc' are expected to contribute. All teachers in K asked to mail their dollars immediately by check to Skow, secretary of the council, Algona. The checks may be made payable to tary. Deadline for tl March 3. The council will take care of funds collected within the coun- iy, receipt each teacher, and mail a complete report, with the names ot teachers who contribute, to the district secretary, also the office of the state Teachers association. There are more than :eachers in the. public schools of 'owa, including counf endents and assistants. In addi- ion there 'are teachers eges and at the state and Drake universities. It is hop 100 per cent participation. The fund is to be used for the purchase of ambulances and quipment. A bomber or a tank was given some consideration in the beginning, but it was finally decided that it would be more in keeping with the philosophy of education for teachers to provide ambulance assistance. IN OR ICES IULU inited sin Council respon- i patrio- by the rh*» til an e execu- c state dollar "Tench- used for ices. Ini d a t fid schools, te. ith are ars im- Fidelia county :ks may e secre- drive is care of e coun- nd mail th the contrib- ry, also 24,000 lools of mperin- n addi- in col- ! Drake to have n. VtJL5JMs»Vi (j^l^y « , . HORSES FOR SALE-RAY MC- Vay. Algona. 6p24-28 FOfc SALE - GOOD YOUNG horses.— E. M. Downs' Wesley. 8p*4 WELL DOLING -Spear * Phillips, phone 25S. 1007 North Main, Algona, Iowa 35tf FOR SALE — THREE BROWJN Swiss heifers.— George Meyer, Lakota. ~~ »P 24 . WANTED— DRY HARD WOOD, suitable for fireplace. Phone 718-J. 10 P 24 TENANT HOUSE WANTED.— Lloyd Neswold, Wesley, two miles east on old No. 18 13p23-24 FOR SALE— BROOD SOWS, TO farrow April 1.— Robert Casey, 4 miles north Lu Verne. 12p23-24 •ci/-»n c» A T tn T A 1W ITQW A V TM- FOR SALti — JAJylrJoWAX UN- cubator, 4x6, used one season. — S. H. Straley, Algona. 11(2)24 FOR SALE — ROAN SHORT- horn bull, heifers, and cows.— - '\XTnHA*. f«wi«l/»li Tit V^irrtn 1 Dn?4 FOR SALE— HOLSTEIN COWS, t b. and Bang tested.— Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, la. 12ul7tf FOR SALE— WILL HAVE SEC- ond cutting baled alfalfa at Tuesday, March 3, sale. — Colwell Sale Pavilion. 12p24 FOR SALE — REGISTERED Brown Swiss yearling bull. — Wallace McArthur, Irvington, phone 17F4, Algona. 12p24 MAN WANTED FOR GENERAL farm work. — Lloyd Neswold, Wesley, two miles east on old No. 18. 16p23-24 FEED HOGS FOR DEFENSEI Sargent's Minral Meat Meal. J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Comr pany, Algona Branch. 21-24ES BEAUTIFUL SMALL PIANO. Can be seen in Algeria, Terms on batenc**"*Wflte Acc't Dept., Box Iffi, Marfori City, In. 10p24 FOR SALE — ALLlS-Chalmers W. C, tractor, cultivator, and power lilti A-i eonHitlo«>-Har- old Nielsen, Lu Verne. 15p24 ntrn QHnnTHnttN AMD An 011 bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire* and Yerksnlre boars.— Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14t( FOR SALE-MODERN 7-KOOM house in east baft of Algona.— Paul W. Schmidt, Lone Rock, phone 3810. , 16p23-24-25 FOR SALE— '29 FORD COACH, 2 neW tires, new battery, good motor. Reasonable.'— T. Jensen, East Pine St., 2 blocks west of Greenhouses. 22p24 STRAYED— FEMALE GOLDEN Spaniel. Children's pet. Disappeared Jan. 31. — Notify Mads Christiansen Algona. 13u24 WANTED — PERMANENT " housekeeping job, good home, either town or country, adult, motherless. Take full charge. — Write 'BOX 400, Algona. 18p24 FOR SALE— ^'39 V-8 COUPE, good condition, heater, radio, good tires. Call at 203 S. Thorington between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., or phone 560, Algona. 24(2)24 MATTRESS— HAVE IT MADE at Burt. Get in contact by writing, or for quicker service phone 3213, Whittemore, — Burt Mattress Co., Burt, la. 20g24 MORT-0-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf FOR SALE— NEW Schult and used house trailers. Easy terms. Also two shop bililts suitable for tenant houses. — Para- land Service Station,, Spencer. 21p24-26 . «*««* fur^ ier to clean n , 0( this modern additional formnnce i Muckey. FEED ~ and cut your tankage costs buy. Nothing cept your OWn Woodmanspp, gona Branch! HYBRID" 939-306-303 306 and 303 ai est Iowa State HvC"S2 er8 maturity i* about «k*F*-r 939. Prices ** • Lufc * - Sorlein, We have ovor trucks insurod Get our rates renew your insuran /*% lislon insurance at a A'Arl — L. S. Bohannon, 0 \a W# Store. Phone 130 LADIES' low as 5.88 at Wood. >>rinte ll?4e« •ols. < NOTICE No. 4804. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN M. WITTE, deceased. To Mary K. Witte, John M. Witte Jr., Nicholas Witte, Mary at I afte Is Your Budget a "Problem Child"? Let us help you make your budget "behaye"! Try our low price treatment—low nrir« I six days a week. That beats "one-day ipecial." all hollow! How do we do it' ^""wtoi dnect buying which cuts out middleman costs. We shares the savings with you' On """"'' ~ we both make and sell, you save up to 25% compared to prices ordinarily asked known foods of comparable quality. Try 'em tod ay I »«"naruy asked A&P FOOD STORE ,OWNEb' AND OPERATED BY THt GREAT ATLANTIC AND . - by surprise when they arrived to help her celebrate a birthday anniversary Friday evening. Parly Honors Aged Woman— Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained vcdding anniversary and Mrs. Frank Kcrkcr, Metamora, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Fandel also attended the anniversary, leaving here Mrs. Holding Has Operation— Mrs. Clifford Holding was op- by rail Saturday evening. Mr. | erated on for appendicitis Mon- Kerker is a brother of Mrs. ' d ? v morning at the Kossuth hos- o . , . «•"-n.nniiru ixuijvci 10 a uioiner or mrs. .""' '""imug at um i Ihm KM, m > °7^ £ f ^ rs ' Wil " Joseph Eisele and Mrs > Fandel. ! Pital. The son Kaye is at W. W. ten^i5 M H th ^rthday. At- When Mr. and Mrs. Kerker were j Boettcher's; the son Larry with Tending. Mesdames Charles Mor- ; married they moved to a Kerker hls grandmother, Mrs. G. C Al- T c C TUT /-.i i , — *•»«» , i.iuiii^ia incj' jiiuveu LU a n.eiKer Blanch-ird w r ^ J '^ M ' homes tead and have lived there £iancnard W. C. Heiter, Fred ever since. Genrich, Alex Krueger, Frank i tiaig, Jack Quinn, Jim Ackarman, and N. L. Cotton. Farewell for the Plumbs- Mr, and Mrs. K. J. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll, and Birthday is Celebrated— Sunday guests at William Meyer's Sr. were August Gade, West Bend, the Hugo Gades, Algona, len; and the son Bruce with his aunt, Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, during the mother's absence. Bernhards Move to Town— The A. A. Bernhards are mov- and the William Bells, West! ^8 this week into their new Bend. The Hugo, Albert and Wil- ! home nere - They recently bought liam Meyers Jr., Henry Laucks, : the . L - H - Schenck house. Their home. The Plumbs are moving to another neighborhood in the county. Three Get Defense Jobs— G. A. Sharp, Algona, son Del- cert, and Alton Pettit drove to Granada, Minn., Sunday to pick up Olhe Tyler, and continue to Merrimac, Wis., where the three men last-named were to be employed in a defense plant. Dinner Celebrates Birthday— The F. F. Schroeders, Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at .Henry Schroeder's in honor of the son Laverne's birthday The £" d !TX,u Thomsens and ' Mrs Knud Thomson were afternoon -callers. evening on Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr " 1 —- 1 - and Mrs. George Meyer, the Leonard Meyers, all of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, West Bend, helped Mrs. ROOKIES COULDN'T KICK ON THE EATS Mrs. Martin Ohm, of the Cof- lee Shop, has received from •her brother, Pvt. Melvin A. Warner, Fenton, a copy of the William Meyer Sr. celebrate „ birthday anniversary at cards in the evening. Five Visit Soldier Patient— Albert (Babe) Potratz and Ellsworth Heidenwith, here, with Robert and Irene Balgeman, of West Bend, and Alma Potratz, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday and Sunday with Paul Potratz, patient at a hospital at Fort Des Moines. son-in-law and Mrs. Raymond have the farm. Mr. Westling, Brooke Daughter to Washington- W0rd menu , lor an "organization day dinner •served Wednesday, February 11 at Camp Joseph T. Robinson,' near Little Rock, Ark The dinner celebrated the end of the first year of the llth Evacuation Hospital at the camp. Jhis hospital unit was organized in February, FIVE IN KOSSUTH STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETYMEMBERS The state historical society's annual little membership booklet is out. There are only five Kossuth members Sister Mary Rita meeting'next* Tuesday evS Clare Bancroft; N. L. Cotton, ! at Tom Trenary's, with Mrs Lone Rock; W. C. Dewel, L. E. ] Trenary and Mrs C C Smith Linnan, and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, hostesses. ' den, that the daughter Dorothy who was teaching at Randolph, Neb., had gone to Washington, D. C., to work for the government. Returns From Camp Visit— . Albert Haase returned a week ago Monday from Camp Claiborne, La., where he had gone to visit his son Kenneth, who was m a hospital. Kenneth is expected home in a few weeks. Birthday Twice Celebrated— T "5?° TT - N> T ' club met a * Mrs. i. W. Hansen's Monday to celebrate her birthday. The Fidelis Sunday school class met there in the evening for another party in honor of her birthday. Legion and 'Aux' Meeting _ The local Legion post and the Auxiliary will hold a monthlv spring in this vicinity. The Paul ! C - Wi tte, Ann Ida Witte, Joseph §. Hudsons have moved to a tenant' N> Witte ' Elizabeth M. Pfeffer, g house on the Harry Chambers I st - Joseph's Mercy Hospital, °~ "~" farm, near Corwith, and Paul Seig-Mason City Co.. Dr. T. A. -li •« - "w* T3.,_l,_ TT m « ^-\!l ' j~t will work for Mr. Chambers. Oran, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson's eldest son, has been employed at the Chambers farm for several years. Reeds to Frankl Farm— Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reed, who have been living in Irvington, will move into rooms at the U B. Frankl farm recently vacated Burke, Harms Oil Company, Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley, Iowa, and to all other persons interested in the above entitled matter: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, the petition of Edward B. Pfeffer as administrator of the above en- bv a Linhtpr fa^Ti n/r j aamimsiraior or tne above en- Mrs (SeSwVn^ -^ r - i and titled estate - aski "g that he ™y S? -si i ^^St^S z tr ran a in/I V.« ±1 TI _ _ -i ° vacated by the Reeds. Fellers io Stewart Farm— The Harry Felters are moving this spring from the Clara Lewis tarm, where they have been for some years, to the Stewart firm a few miles southwest of Aleona. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loss Jr. will move to the farm vacated by the Felters. Dwengers to Leave Iowa— The Ben Dwengers have purchased a farm in Southern Minnesota, and will move there. CLYDE COOPER IN NAVY. ™ G ? ea ! L akes, 111., Feb. 21— H S/r ' Co °P er - 2 °. son of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Algona Iowa, has begun active duty in the navy by some weeks of recruit training. This training teaches the new, recruit elernen- h7n n n aVal procedure and allows the navy an opportunity to decide whether or not he will be retained for further specialized jns ruction or will be sent direct Jy for service at sea scribed as follows: Lot Six 6 in Block Eight (8), Plat of St. Benedict, Iowa, and The West One Hundred Feet of Lots Nine, Ten, and Eleven in Block Twelve (12), Plat of St. Benedict, Iowa, for the purpose of paying debts and charges against said estate. And you are further notified that by order of the Honorable G. W. Stillman, one of the Judges of said Court, the hearing on said matter has been set for the 7th day of March, 1942, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day. at the Court house in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why said real estate should not be ordered sold and order entered as therein prayed EDWARD B. PFEFFER, 24 Administrator. 10,000 READERS! NO~WONDER Advance ads pull business from here, there, , and everywhere. Cost is low, results are high! . . . , Algona. There are only 1372 members in the state. Another Birthday Observed— Harvey Ingham and Gardner The H. A. Salisbury Wayne Cowles are life members, as was I Mann, Edw. Frieder, and G E also the late Mr. Sullivan, and ! Brac e families gathered at Rav- Messrs, (.nltrm nnri T.I«YT-,« ^^« mnnrl Vncral't? T7V;j . . « Messrs. Cotton and Linnan are life members. Life members pay c ' cn and are exempt from annual J^L 01 , 1 ™ and others who have dues. Anyone may'beco'me"'aTife examined the menu for the dinner concede that this banquet was certainly once when no sol/I "" "ould "beef" about army folder gives a complete list the officers and men in the ee platoons of the unit. Kos- -suth boys whose names are recognized are Corp. John E HOD- Ho S k' S ° n ° f Mr ' and Mrs - Ed ?'and Pvt.' Gordon Dewel, TnTdd?- lion to Warner. Gordon, however missed out on the banquet *or he is at present detailed to a Jnedical unit at Hot Springs, Ark., where he is learning first aid in dental cases. Dog at Irvington Circulates Again Jack, a dog belonging to U. B Frank], is around at Irvington' happy but looking thin and a little the worse for wear. He disappeared two weeks ago, and everyone supposed that he had either been shot or run over, but unintentionally ,, a storage shed south of the store, and had not toy barking or in any other way let passersby know of his whereabouts. The dog was released •when Gerald Frankl had occasion to open the shed. or ordinary member upon election by the board of curators. Ordinary membership dues are $3 a year. The society publishes a quarterly magazine, also a small monthly publication, and books are published from time to time. Members receive all books and other publications without other payment than the .membership dues. The Algona and Lu Verne public libraries are official depositors of the society's publications, all of which relate to Iowa history. in fact he had teen locked in HOME FROM COAST. Burt, Feb. 18—Mrs. C. W Patterson got home Saturday from Los Angeles, where she had gone to attend the wedding of her daughter Genevieve, who was married to Lieut. Louis B Perrv last week Sunday ART STUDENT HONORED. .Lakota, Feb. 17— Beverly Fox, ofGuy and student ™ at the Teachers college, was recently named one of the three bst in an art class, and one of her drawings was chosen for the college yearbook. A FRIENDLY TIP-An Advance classified a day will keep business slumps away. Use them regularly! They pay dividends. mond Vogel's Friday evening for in honor of Raymond's birthday. Hospital Patient Released— Kenneth Cook, who had an operation at the Kossuth hospital a couple of weeks before, was brought home Saturday. HERE'S ANOTHER SET OF THEJEED BOOKS Elderly Algona and Burt peo- ?fu rem c ember John B - Mesing, father of Max here. Forty years ago John had a jewelry shop at Burt, and before or after that, if memory is not at fault, he was employed in an Algona jewelry shop. For many years he has lived at Hanover, Kans., where his married daughter Gertrude be in his This mention grows out of the 'W 0 i * *\ he Saw the recen t blind Advance want 'ad' for a set of the late B. F. Reed's county history and wrote that he had a set for sale. The advertiser had already secured a set, but someone else may be interested Whether Mr. Mesing is still conducting a jewelry shop is not known to the Advance, but he wrote on his own letterhead printed as follows: "John B Mesing, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Time Inspector U. P. System." KOSSUTH COUNTY HATCHERY th MR. CLIFF DICKSON "'" " '""" tain one. vantage. BUXM, ^ or ders wU1 , ^^^^IT^^ ad- CA1X FOR PRICES AND DISCUSS YOUR BABY CHICK NEEDS WITH MB. DICKSON Kossuth County Hatchery Washington Stale ^DELICIOUS APPLES" 1 ""'" 8 Washington Stale *WINESAP APPLES Texas Seedless, size 96 -GRAPEFRUIT California, size 220 *ORANGES T c'? +ml S 81+ "We Go Places" to Get 'Em WE BUY 'EM OFTEN IN FIELD AND ORCHARD- SHIP THEM DIRECT — CUT OUT IN-BETWEEN COSTS—YOU SAVE1 c+ ritamins C+ . . 10 Head, size 60 ,. 15c do/. 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