Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1943 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1943
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"fOESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1943 All Aro und IOWA BORT SHEEP KING AGAIN TO FATTEN Did His Part — Larry Kuncc, •whose father is in (he; service of his country froiji Jefferson, determined to sell .his pet bantam rooster and hen, the proceeds to | ;be donated during^' l.hc present' "War Chest clrivq. Jack Carey, of ', the Carey sale, prjyijion, thought i •of a way for Lurry..to get more money out of his pots, and called '. for bids. A total..of $42.75 was soon bid and paid—all bidders i refusing to accept" the chickens. Larry returned" lipfTie wilh Ihe, 'money and the-"-chickens. The i next dny, the • Jefferson war chest chairman, -received $-!:•!.00 from Larry. ' •• . j Saves Equipment — Leaves blown againS|£ttur' hot exhaust' pipe of a niactuno' operating a corn picker biii^t''into flame.--. Os- ; car Block, of near Hnspors. s.-iv.-cl . the machinery,by shutting off the ; tractor and pulling out UK. : flames by throwing dirt c:r, the ; burning leaves'. . The h?.u Had! melted the solder around t!u-' large gas tanki'ffnd might have-j caused an explosion if Bloc 1 .; had j not been fortunate in extinguish- j ing the blaze in- time. Mr. Block j suffered a few minor burns. Tire Runs - Away — A heavy tire became loosened from ilsj place on the ,t?ar qf the truck bo-! longing to Ernest Mitchell, of! Brooklyn, and-started out on its own to sec- the world. It rolled across a sidey.-alk in Grmnell. narrowly missiiig "a woman and small boy, irrty>-the driveway of the H. Gerald'home. Its travels were ended when it crashed into the rear of the Gerard car. The car can be easily, repaired and no other damage was incurred. Celebrate , Remodeling — The basement of the Catholic church i in Clermont had been used only ! for storage 'until August when the men of /St. Peter's parish started work of remodeling. Celo- tex w-as put on the ceiling, the walls were painted, and the conl| room was mafic into a kitchen, j The w~ork \<>tis''finished in time; for the annucU- fall festival. The ' next week-,'|]tl|e ladies of the I church were, gu,ests of the men at a fish suppe!'.-' ' Champions—Jack Hoffman, of Ida county, was the exhibitor of the grand champion -1-H bnby beef at the, Ak-Sar-Ben livestock show in Omatia'. recently. Darlene Held, pf, Plymouth county, won the reserve 'grand championship on . h&r*' Angus calf. Hoi- brother, Warren, won the Shorthorn breed championship. The Held family also exhibited the champion ppimty group of five baby beeve'S;'.. * , .. Famous Pafine'r — Bob Maron, of Grinnell, now in the navy, was a happy young man when he found it possible to dance with Paulettc Qpddard at the Stage Door Canteen in San Francisco. Bob was silting on the steps of the stage listening to the orchestra when JVjfiss Godckircl was introduced to_ the servicemen. He summoned enough courage to ask her to dance wilh him and was accepted. - r :i j_^ Divided—A tractor driven by John KocVxrE-'.Grafton, suffered the gi-eater damage in a collision with a pickup' truck. The truck, driven by Cdsper Urbatsch struck the tractor near the large rear wheel, causing the tractor to overturn. -The;}tractor was broken in two pans''" 1 the pr.vts being thrown in .different directions. Koci suffered a sprained shoulder, but Urb/Usch escaped injury. Gliders -.Land in Iowa — Two army gliders towed behind planes broke loose and landed in fields near Pleasantville and Milo. The glider landing near Pleasantvillo made a successful landing on a level field.' The field was not .large enough for a take-off so the machine was dismantled and taken to DCS Moincs on a large army truck. Thoughtful —Nick Neiors, of Cascade, made final arrangements recently for sending 2UO cartons of cigarettes to local boys in the armed -forces .Mr. Neie'rs spent considerable time getting together thc'li'st of names of boys serving their .country. The cigarettes will reach the boys before Christmas.- "• ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA, Queen ilid&s fco E B. Bm-f, Oct. 25--Geo. W. Patterson got, home last week Tuesday from Shelby, Mont, where he supervised tho loading of some 10,000 .sheep to be shipped hero for fattening. Ho will, as usual, have somo thousands of them at his Portland farm and the rest at his Swea Cily farm. Mr. Patter- eon and his brother, C. W. Patterson, have fed out great droves of Montana sheeu over a period o! nijny voai's. They have a Montana brother who helps ihem find what they want. S. S. Convention Here {planned— A county "church school" convention will be held at the local Methodist church this week Tuesday. Resources for Critical Days will be the Iheme of the meeting, and the speakers will include 1 the Rev. Gilbert Cook, representative of the Iowa State Council of Ileligious Education, Ihe Rev. I 1 :. K. Nelson. Algona, and the Rev. Paul Figge. Hurt. Visitors at Don Mitchell's— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell, two sons, ami Mrs. Nella Mitchell, all of Iowa Falls, with Mrs. Al Offenhersen :md Shirley Kent, of Illinois, visited a week ago Saturday at Don Mitchell's here, and Mrs. Nella Mitchell remained for a longer visit, Don being her son, Paul Moores 50 Years Wed— Friday was Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Moore's N50lh wedding anniversary, but they had no special celebration, since several members of the -family were unable to be present. The sons Durward and Clayton came from Cedar Rapids for the day. Burl Has a Rummy Club— The "39!) Club" met last week TvTonday evening at Mrs. Tom | Frankl's. and the evening was spent, at Rummy Royal. Mrs. Gerald Sehafer won high, and Feme OesleiToieher won travel. School Operetta is Dated— The high school musical organizations will present Robin Hood, Inc., as their annual operetta on November 4-5. Mary Janice Mc- Whorler and Jim Woltz have leading parts. Burl Youth Has Furlough— Wallace Officer Jr., taking V-12 naval training at Ames, came home Saturday for a few days furlough wilh his parents, Supt. and Mr.s. W. B. Oilicer. Shower for Mrs. Alborne— Mrs. Frank Alborne, nee Marcella Gifi'ord, was honor guest at a shower at the Marvin hotel Saturday. ™i * MIT S H f^ L u homefc * mi *9 qtiwn. and her allendanfs, rode ma parade led by the high school-band down State street to Friday s football game,-and between halves was crowned in a ceremony before the Algona stand. crowned in a JEWEL TRINKETS WANTED BY THE SO-PAtfORCES "N The Clariou Monitor tells of a unique project in aid of forces operating in uncivilized Southwest Pacific Islands as follows: "A project to help boys- in service is being sponsored by the Clarion Knotty Thread club. Efforts are being made to collect discarded costume jewelry to be used by Seabees [and other forces] in paying native laborers of tropical islands for help in setting up locations [and other help]. , "The jewelry is being collected here at the Rainbow Cleaners, where display arrangements have been made and members and women in Clarion can contribute. "Officers of the Seabees say that often one string of bright jewelry will pay a native for 15 days' labor. The natives will assist in carrying parts, ammunition, and other jobs. "The jewelry will be sent to Mare Island, Calif. From there it will be passed on to the Seabees [and other forces], who will get it." ' Whether anyone or any organization in Kossuth has taken up, or will take up, this project has not been learned, but it is thought that it would be an easy and useful one to promote. - •«• - FARM GARAGE BURNS. Livermore, Oct. 25 — A garage '" Century Old—Mrs. Rosa Babcock, now living with her granddaughter at'^rrnstrong, recently celebrated Iver one hundredth birthday. She has one sister, Mrs. Lucy Freeman, of Lisborn, North Dakota, now 9fi years old. and a brother, C. M. 'Ryan, of Newberg, 91. • Whistles on Schedule — The daily whistle signals discontinued to serve only as fire sirens or wartime "air raid" warnings have been resumed in Iowa Falls. Mayor F. M. Cottrcll announced that the whistles would be blown again on their four-a-day schedule. Longtime Subscribers — James Davis Sr., of Cascade, informed the Pioneer-Advertiser, while renewing his subscription, that the paper had been going to his family for 67 years. His father subscribed for the fir.sl issue of the paper in 1870. Ant Hill—Lee Agree, Granger, received a picture from a brother in Australia. The picture was one showing her brother standing beside an ant-hill taller than the man. Good Cropr-Lcland Roberts, of near Knoxvillc, has a field of corn that he reports vv : ll yield an average of 112 bushels per acre. Other Hurt, Mrs. Albert Ambrose, of New York City, and her daughters Mrs. Leslie Ilollistor, Lone Tree, •.ind Mrs. Fred Wagner, Swea City, called on the R. I. Sampsons last week Tuesday. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet at the manse this week Wednesday. Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, Mrs. Paui Figge, and Mrs. G. C. .Gicldings hostesses. Mrs. O. H. Graham gave a book report of I Heard the Anzacs Singing, by Margaret McPherson, at (lie Portland Progress club meeting Thursday. The "Rev. and 'Mrs. George H. Wessel returned Thursday from a few days with relatives at McGregor, Dubuque, and Colesburg. Lorena Schwictert, Mason City, came last, week Tuesday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwi.-.lert. Frances Leichor spent the weekend at Waverly. where she formerly attended Wartburg college. Mrs. R. J. Nealy recently went to Lincoln. Neb., for a visit with her parents. Camp Workers Seek Housing at. Em'burg Last week's F,ivmelshi.irg Reporter carried ;; front page story alleging thai owing to the influx of prison camp workers here mere was an acute housing vb.ort.ige at Algona and tlv' 'Ern- metsburg Chamber of Commerce secretary 'was receiving inquiries from some of the camp executives or workmen about prospects for living quarters at Fmmets- burg. Any such executives or laborers who obtain quarters there would ha MO approximately 24 miles to "commiUi'," or 48 miles if they '•commuted" daily. WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY fjiikot.il, lowu Plume 2901 17tf Men, Women! Old at 40,50,66! Get Pep Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim uou t blame exhauster!. worn-out, run-down fccllna on your use. Thousands amazed ut what a llulo pepptui; up iv'.th Ontrcx will do. Cuntahia general tunics ofl.cn uuoilcd after 4(1—by liudlea fuckim! Iron cuk-iuni pho.-i,lialc. VKauiln Hi. A 73-yca* old doctor wriUM: "1 toc.li It iujwlf. Ilesulta mm flue. Special lutrortiiciory Mzu Oslrex Tonlo I aulcto coyta t»:l>j y^c. HLOIJ feeling ptplejjs old Start reeling yepi*ier aucJ yuunger, thid very day.' south of town was burned down last week Tuesday. It is thought that it was get afire by spontaneous combustion. Tools were ruined in the blaze. The building was partly covered by insurance. - 4 LIBRARY SIGN. Recently T. H. Chrischilles, president of the local library board, learned that many strang- crs coming to Algona have had no idea what the building was used for, so now there is a 'new sign, Library, above the front door. CRASH VICTIMS Miss Phillips Miss Ulstad 'TMHESE PICTURES, courtesy of •*• the Des Moines Register, are of Donna Jean Phillips, 17 (left), former Algona girl, and Delores Ann Ulstad, (18 right). Fort Dodge, who died of injuries suffered in an automobile accident reported in a recent Advance. A boy in the party also died, and another boy was ' sole survivor. The young people. Fort Dodge high school pupils, had attended a Fort Dod'ge-Waterloo 'school football game at Waterloo and, were coming home late at night j when their car and another col : lided head-on near Webster City. RATIONING EX-LOCAL GIRL POSTMISTRESS A Washington dispatch of last midweek in the Des Moines Reg;i&ter reported/ that: Mrs. Lillian, White had been appointed postmistress at Manilla, in southwest Iowa. Her husband, Joe White, who died some years ago, owned and published the Manilla Times, and the widow now owns it. Mrs. White was a daughter of the late Alfred Norman here, and her mother and sister, Mrs. James White, live here now. Mrs. James White's husband was a brother of Joe, and Joe and James are sons j of Tom J. White, former publish- 1 er of the Whitte.more Champion who at last reports was living at Jefferson and operating .a job- printing shop there. Km- Step into the festive season tvith pumps by Carolynne The best dressed women you'll sec arc wearing these supple suedes. They'll go everywhere and with everything with a debonair air that marks them quality-high and value-right in these rationed times. Strap heels, bows, rosettes, college or high heels. .,., . 3 Oft SIZES to 10 AAA to B OTHE* CAROIYNK AND ELEANORES FROM a.45to4.O5 BUY MORE WAR BONDS S & L CO. iTJi "*-- . it " ' - " ' i Bancroft Tires. Class A. Ration: Third inspection period through March 31, M944. Class B Ration: Third inspection period through Oct. 31. Class C Ration or Bulk Coupons: Fourth inspection deadline Nov. 30, Commercial Vehicles: Every G months, or every 5,000 miles, whichever sooner. (Tire situation critical. Conserve present tires on wheels.) Gasoline. All "A" Coupons, new issue, are now good for 3 gals. each. A coupons (new) for 3 gals, each, No. a. valid through Nov. 21. All "B" and "C" coupons, new issue, now good Cor 2 gals. each. (Steel plate license number and state must be written on face of each coupon immediately upon receipt of book). Fuel Oil. Period No. 1 coupons (10 gals. per unit) new rations, valid through Jan. 3, 1944. Sugar. Coupon No. 14 (5 Ibs.) valid through Oct. 31. Coupons Nos. 15 and 10 (5 Ibs. each) valid through Oct. 31 lor home-canning. Processed Foods. U, V, and W blue stamps valid Sept.'l through Oct. 20. r . X, Y, and Z blue stamps valid Oct. 1 through Nov. 20. * Meats, Fats, Cheese, Canned Fish C, D, and E brown stamps, Book 3, valid through Oct. 30. F brown stamp (Book 3) valid Oct.- 17 through Oct. 30. G brown stamps. Book 3, valid Oct. 24 through Dec. 4. H brown stamp, Book 3, valid Oct. 31 through Dec. 4. For your protection: Book 3 which came into use Sept. 12 should be filled out as to address and signed by the holder. before applying for Book No. 4. Disregard panel headed: Local Board Action. Shoes. Coupon No. 18 (1 pair) valid indefinitely. I No. 1 Airplane Stamp (1 pair),) Book 3, valid Nov. 1—expiration date to be announced later. (Stamps may be exchanged among members of the family living under same roof. Loose stamps not good! closed at St.' John's last Week Sunday evening With services at 8 o'clock. The Rev. R. P. Carroll and the-Rev. V. F. Keinbergcr, Dominican rnission- nife, conducted the mission. Other priests officiating.' were the Revs. George Tlieobold, St.:.Toe; L. N. Klein, Wesley; Bcrnhard Eiach- eid, Armstrong; and E. S. Maynard, Ledyord. Joe Crowley is now employed in the offices of the F. B. I. at Minneapblis. He is the son ! oC Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Crowley. : Edward Kramer, Cadet midshipman, is spending n leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kramer. Mrs. N. B. Kohnkc returned from Rochester Wednesday. She had been taking treatment there two weeks, Mrs. Arnold Delperdang is visiting her husband, M. O, M. 1-c Arnold Delperdang, who is in a hospital at Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Frank J. Hatten returned Wednesday from a week with her sister, Mrs. Nick Gaul, and other relatives at Alton. Ensign and Mrs. Vincent Wesselman have returned to Pcnsa- cola, Fla., after a few days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wessclman. Mrs. Henry Wiley, Swea City, spent last week Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Wilhehni. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat McNertney, recently passed state bar Mominntibns 'at Des 1/toihes He is .a senior student in the col- leger of law-.at the University O f Itown, and Will be graduated next spring. '' Dorothy,' daughter 'of Mr. and WRITE REGULARLY TO YOUR SOLDIER NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No 5090 State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court, September term, 1943. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph L. Rosenbergcr, deceased, date'd August 28, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read Saturday, the 20th day of November, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten 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, October 23, 1943. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. 1 L. A. WINKEL, Attorney. • 7-9 in i j *t¥7 xi ^ Cold Weather SPECIALS CAR HEATERS Hot Air For Model A Hot Air, To Fit Cars '33 to '39, Passenger or Truck S1.7S S7.95 Steering Wheel Covers 39 C Hot Water Heater Motors $2.98 Menthonal 8%— Keep" Your Radiator From Freezing 98c gal. FLO-E-Z Winter Motor Oil 59c gal. 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