Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1943
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NEW WAVE is no school this week academy which is closed ', corn-husking vacation * n «4at Walter Beatdsley I^Jrf'Madison, Wis., for , with his parents. i. U!ll scrt'jol auditorium 4l' filled Wednesday night, nine high school.girls pre'"i "i itlle Women." .Trainer '& v Mills, a teacher, and the 'gave her a gift of appreda- '"•« Taylor began clerking at ?•£„! National Food Store Monday. He had been -, inl , n route and selling ' er " S and other supplies to but had to give it up for she and Mr. Chase leave n? F?ed Chase, the former . n« Whit«, came from the Thursday for a week F ° Sler ' e . awaits sale, and Floyd Gum- iolpcr both of Shelby- l'id., who installed the new •it'll for home after the run KOSSUTTT COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FOR SALE—200 WHITE ROCK pullets, $1.50 per bird, one or all.—E. E. Finnell, Algona, fa. 12p7 first the' west const, where they [!(( spend the winter, • . rBerl Maihes, seaman •arrived Tuesday from -Far- Ida, for ten days with his Jt s Mr. and Mrs. Lyle u ,cs' Ho was graduated from Algona high school in 1942, l.hns now been in service 8'/2 =i Knutson, the for- liiith Hcnclren, got home dV from Richmond, Va., there she went to visit her hus- in( l After she. had been there ( , M-!**. ne was transferred to (forth .Carolina. rtillcry. LeRoy/ son of , ... . , . /known ••" i t.oast. to coast as n press-ex-' I"'H. obtained his first print-shop experience; as a boy i n his fath- '•i s iK'wsDJipor shop at Prairie du f-lin'ji. Wis., and his parents, now advnncod age, live there yet. Polhomtts, Burt, war, h?ro V. and was accompanied "'»">, E. M. Polhemus (ini- n posloffice clerk f. E. M and his left Burl for the coast in this is his first visit ins parents since 1937 He alone, arriving last week will start back to- tomorrow. He and his ( nave a son in the navy who present attending the Uni- "f Los Angeles and <a who is a sophomore in Mrs. Polhemus is a is the coast Mr. and Mrs. T-HIS -IS JULIA BOURNE, no,! n- , nnndf clnrli :t 0 r the Dougl '"-ra11 -jompany at nearby Lone -"-'- • He C., for R. Smith left 'alien Dale, arrived.Friday from nncwhere in tho South Pacific, .,'-spend two weeks furlough tith Ws wife and parents. "till go to Washington, ' D. h,ere he wil laltend school i.iponths. Mr>, Laura jfqdriesday for Coldwater, Mich., there''she is spending a month fiih relatives. From there she rill go to St. Petersburg, Fla., r'the winter. Many years ago Smith was an official of a wick bpnk. Barliara Haggard has returned li'Eyanston, 111., after the week- fnd at home. She attends Norlh- fccstcrn university. Her sister l&mpr, who is Mrs. Forrest .ivogoocl, came Saturday for a isit (if some weeks at the par- Inl'aUM. P. Haggard's. 1 LeofSlreil. son of A. Streit, got Ibiine. Monday from Alaska, Here he had worked for the pijsenbci'g Construction Co., |iear;Lakc, on the Alcan highly '(during ' the last several lOntlis. His plans for the future an officer in Ihe Wave:; reporled elsewhere in tho Advance. Mrs. Kohl cares for Mr who is her grandfather. ' _ Jrma Plehn, who taught civics in the local, high school from !!)•>:; to 1931, stopped hern for over Wednesday night to visit old friends. She came from Kslhcr- ville, where she had been on ex-tension worlc for the State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, in in which Miss Plaehn, who now holds a Ph. D. degree, is touching 'social science. Her homo is at Reinbeck. Zelda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long, south of Algona, who has been employed at' DC,; Moines, lately came home for :i - HAMPSHIRE' FO R bucks.—S. M. Orvick, Ledyard.' 7p7 S ALE^ACREAGE FOR SALE OR RENT—3-room house in Whittemore.—John F. Baas, phone 3125. 14p7-8 EAST of Ea.-Hlawn Memorial -Park, Algona, 0.7 acres, house, barn, and other buildings. — See Joel M. Herbst, 18u7 FOR SALE—USED HEATING stove. Excellent condition.— Ask ,at Advance. 10p7 FOR SALK —PUREBRED Hereford boars, eligible to registry. Mew bloodlines. 1 '/ 2 mi. N. of Fenlon on No. 44.—Everett F. Mueller. 17p4-9 FOR SALE—FALL SPOTTED i boars.—-John F. Baas, Whitte-| more, phone 3125. FOR SALE— 350 WHITE horn pullets due to lay.- Larson, Burt. FOR SALE—BLACK POLAND China boars,'eligible for regis- 10p7-B I try. Now blood for old custom~ ~ ! (-i'.s.— Heilly Bros., % LEG- 1 mi. W. of Lone Rock. —L. B.| mi. S., "'/a 25p7-10 FOR SALE — WELL 12p7-nKLP V/ANTKD—STEADY, RE- 1 '-liable-, married or single man BROKE! fur year around job on farm. work horses.—C. M. Gross, i Good wages. — George Seaberg,, Lone Rock. P,p7-0 ; H. 2, Wt'slcy. vacation, and was the guest pre.'h'pt definite. Mrs. Robert Willasson, Hum- lokll.jand her grandmother, Mrs. " Stevenson, Dakota City, .cnt Wednesday here with Mr. Mlhisson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willasson. Robert is in the avy, and is now in boot training I Fnrragut, Ida. Dr. F. Earl Burgess, new su- iwink-ndent of the Algona •Methodist district, spoke last Ivpek Sunday at the Clear Lake (Jiethodist church in a .Youth Fellowship sub-district rally pro- jgnm. One hundred fifteen young cople were registered. L. B. Larson, who has sold his Wesley township quarter section |to John Miller, of the Lu Verne idghborhood, has bought a house [at Mason City, and will occupy it •when he and Mrs. Larson leave •the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Larson •reared five sons, but all are now |away from home. Arthur Schweppe arrived last •Thursday for a furlough of a •week: He is in the Seabees at |Camp Peary, Va., and is a 1/c arpeiiter's mate. He has finish- his two months of training, and is to receive further orders Ion his return. He has a wife and |tnrce children. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage Iwcnt. to Mason Ci.ty Wednesday Ito attend the funeral of E. W. ISchilliiu;, a lawyer who was godfather to M'axine Brundage, student at Ames. The Brundages formerly lived at Mason City. Mr. '9Sc is manager of the local Thursday night of Joanne Ch ton. Miss Long, who expect to return to Des Moines, was r.r'ain a guest of Miss Clayton Sunday, as was also Mrs. P.ussell Jensen. Lone Rock, the former Carol Jackman. Mrs. M. J. Streit went to Ern- metsburg last week Tuesday KI; a short visit with Lieut.. Milton W. H. Morling and his wife, the latter a sister of Mrs. Streit. Lieutenant Morling has completed a course in an air forces intelligence 'school in the east, and has a new assignment. Mr. Streit an'd the son Michael went to Jl'm- metsburg Tuesday evening to -join the party. D.. D. Monlux attended a 'fall festival' of the York Rite of the Masons at Ottumwa last week Tuesday to Thursday, and tonight he leaves for Chicago to attend n meeting of the grand chapter of the Illinois chapter of the Royal Arch Masons. He is deputy grand high priest of the Iowa grand chapter of the Royal Arch Masons and attends many Masonic gatherings in that capacity. Mrs. H. W. Miller, wife of County Attorney H. W. Miller, has been at Washington, D. C., at the bedside of her brother, Bernard Kuchenbecker, a patient at the Walter Reed hospital. It is now the sixth week since Mrs. Miller went there ,and no improvement in his condition has been found. He was in service in England when he suffered E. H. Pitiman, of the county (.rod 11. Bureau, was released I rum the Kossuth hospital a couple of weeks ago. but is complet- nif,' recovery from flu, 'strep' thro,it. ;md rheumatic fever rather slowly, so spends only a couple of hours daily at his offices'. Meanwhile Mrs. Pittman has l/ren carrying on at the Bureau, though she still has to move around in a chair specially equipped with castors while a" heel rn.jurc.-d in a fall downstairs last .summer ;it a brother's in' Des Moines is healing. On the other fool she suffered a broken toe in ihe same accident, but the toe, break is now pretty well healed. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. La Barre have returned from Kansas City, where they left their 2-year-old grandchild Susannc with her parents. The bbay. who had been here since August, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. La Barre. The local La Bnrres called on the daughter Betty Jane, freshman. at Lindonwood college, at St.- Charles, Mo. Genie Rist-O'Haire and her daughter Ann accompanied the La Barres from Des Moines for the weekend with the parental H .E. Rists. The O'- Haires loft Washington, D. C., a Few months ago and now live at DCS Moines, where Mr. O'Haire is FOR SALE—ONE 192!) Model A , ''~ ou SALE—fi-VOLT Windcharg- Ford tudor. Good condition.— D. J. Goeders, Sexton, la. 15p7 FOR SALE—30 BREEDING ewes, good mouthed, $10 each. —Alfred Jergcnson, Algona. 12p7 er on 45-ft. -tower, complete with wiring and Zenith radio.—' A. ,T. Bcrn.au, Vt mile east of Burt. HELP -WANTED.— MEN WITH •busiess-experience to train for store managers? Jobs good after the -war.— -Apply at local Council Oak Store, Algona, la. 24u50tf WE WISH. TO THANK OUR my herd, "Prince Domino."—C. M. Haas, 1 mi. So. Rodman. 42p5-7 WE WISH TO THANK OUR neighbors and other friends for their kindness, sympathy, and ., • — " --— ,— ^, ~ „ ni^ji (> I I l\_l I I l,. t Ttl( OjlllJJCtLIIVj Cli H,l friends and neighbors Jor the floral gifts in our recent bereavc- beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended to us at the liMc of .the death of our beloved wife and mother.—Lester Will- ment in the death of our father and grandfather.—John Elaine son and 'family. 29p7 Chris Jensen and 36u(3 DUROC BOARS — OFFERING 50 thickibodied, heavy hammed purebred boars. Popular breeding. .Satisfaction guaranteed. No Sunday sales.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, fl miles So., one mile East and family; family. FOR SALK—FINK IMPROVED 80-acro farm. Excellent soil, best locution in county, 2 miles north of Swoa City. Beautiful grove of Block Hills Spruce and Britt. 28(u2)3tf FOR SALE—FINE MODERN six- room 2-story home, good floors, electric, water heater, cistern, garage, only one'block from courthouse at 109 W. Nebraska. Owner leaving, and buyer can have possession.—See Joel M. Hcrbst. 33(2)7 | Black Wr.lnut. clerful homo. Will make won- Possossion March 1. Terms, cash.-rSophia AhdeS- sonySwea City, Iowa. ^y ... „..„, PLANNING -, t _._ tire: Let me show you 'a house any6nlf;<ould be proud to own: a Stated Sj£ home not far frq" 1 * Al gona s ' businsss section^ . churches, and schools; substantial brick construction, also'insulat^.- Plenty'of/close-Is, 4 room'! bath, upstairs, 3 and hall bath down; hardwood floo: finish; fiill basement, oil .1 water s'oftener and cl-htr. sized lot, double garage, will make liberal terms parly'.—H. D. Hutchiris, office' 110 So. Dodge 205-W,,'Algona, Iowa. FOR SALE—CHOICE LOT OF j - 55 purebred Hampshire boars. —Joe Thorn, Lu Verne. 12(2)5-12 GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL-. nut Grove in their ration, Poor- pigs require more. Our service is free. Give it a trial and be VE SINCERELY THANK OUR ! many' 1 friends and relatives for) leir kind deeds, words of com- ort, and beautiful floral offer- ngs during our recent bereavement. — Mrs. Hattie Phillips, Irma Dee Phillips, Mrs. Chas. Roupe FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE boars. H. S. Fain, Humboldt, la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)51tf —Louis Price, 4 mi. mile east of Lakola. south. Va Ilp5-10 FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, spring and fall low down easy feeding I type.—Bert Geerdes, 3Va mi. S., '/i! mi. E. Dakota. 24p4-13 FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS, new blood. Vaccinated.—W. J. Barr, Algona, phone 3F21. 13p5-6 j HOME LOANS TO BUY, RE T pair or refinance. New low in-, terest .rate and terms. Why pay more.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, la. Buy Bond* FOR SALE—BUILDING 22x50. Two stories high. If interested see Mike Koppen, Whittemore. 13p6-8-10-12 here. 35tf FOR SALE—100 RED ROCK pullets.—Harold Angus, V> mi. WANTED eggs for MORE HATCHING the Kossuth County west Vs mi. north of Burt, phone j Hatchery at Algona. — Write 18 P' Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spen---, Iowa. " ~ " 3 on 92. FOR SALE—SPURBECK large house at 801 E. State, now at sacrifice price.—See Joel M. 17u7-9 Herbst. FOR SALE—BLACK POLAND FOR SALE — EXTRA GOOD ^, yearling and some Spotted Po- 14u ' j land China boars; also some parts for single-row Deering corn picker.—A. J. Martinck, phone Al- 27u7&9 China boars. Six mi. west, 4% ; „„„„ _„ S. Algona.—Leonard Baas, Wcst^ l Bend ' 16p7-8jFOR SALE—PUREBRED employed. Mrs. Carl Spies, the former Kathryn Misbach, left Friday for throe weeks with her husband at Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. Spies, who before entering the army was an attorney at Emmets-' burg was here last, week Sunday to Tuesday, but had to return to camp before Mrs. Spies could leave. He had just finished i military police investigators' •nurse at Battle Creek, and had icon made a technical sergeant. Mrs. Spics,_ who had been clerk i at Christensen's, lives in one of the Misbach apartments. : Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch, of WhiUernore, were Algona visit-: •)rs Wednesday, and were accom-r pan led by their son, S/Sgt. Paul J. Kollasch, Camp Gruber, Oklahoma. Paul, who is in the reor-: o£ a difficult throat ail- tiili; Honor .store Mrs. Harold- B. Quarion left Philadelphia October 21 for Maj?S a ' Spain, to join her husband, U- S. consulrgeneral stationed |lnerc. She and the son William nad.boon living at Madison, Wis., Were the latter attended school, ne entered the armed forces land is now somewhere in Persia. ^ --. ~w.n W YC**^,iV, A** J. W* OJM« i, j , a< dau 3bter of Attorney [and Mrs. J os . E. Lynch, came lirom Iowa City for the weekend |»«n her parents. She is a fresh- l"ian at the university. Her broth- I", Oc '.'. wno is spending ten days finished training at Daven- and will leave Thursday for i in ''• Va '' wl >er& he will be an [apprentice seaman' in the navy. .Mr. and Mrs. John H. Seeman umnccl a week or so ago from I three [Mrs. weeks at their daughter tin •, J ' Zerbe's, Winfield, some I*'miles south of Iowa City. Mr. W ,; foj ™er Wesley News- ItKr P ubl isher, now publishes |U)c Winfield Beacon. Winfield is '^o\vn of almost a thousand in- The Zerbes have two A. Momyer was taken sick 'iy while he was at work Abstract office. A doctor 'led, and he was taken Reports yesterday on his :) n were favorable. His ~ Margaret (Mrs. Edward "ved from Evanston, 111., and the son came from ~> at the same time for a [VUCiHj, E. P. his old ^? ilh is now P ast 90 years w, and his memory is bad, but '«• (UOKs much the Rnmf> no Vio rilH he V'hnv-i 1 -~"~ *«»\- u^AJ,41V «0 11C IA*V4 •His? e u was able K get about! [ha,p have failed him, and he S,° - a jear pr more beeivcon, I sit .m • hls room ' though able to 1 ' Un ln " " u air part of the lime, live with - ln attack ment. Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, is spending a 15- day leave with his parents. He has been in naval training at Davenport for the past four months, and will go back for further training. His brother Allan and the latter's wife came Friday from Atlantic for a week's vacation at home. Allen has been employed by Metropolitan Lfie Insurance Co. for the last several years. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball, Titonka, and their daughter Patricia were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising last week Tuesday evening. Patricia was a pupil of Mrs. Rising (then Bernice Wilson) when the latter taught at Titonka. Patricia left the same evening for Mobile, Ala., where she was to be married Saturday to David Roberts, Onawa. The couple met when both were'students at the State college, Ames. The Rev. Eugene Nelson, pastor of the First Lutheran church, left Sunday for his old home town of Marquette, Kans., to assist in funeral services for Dr. G. A. Dorf, pastor of the Lutheran church there who died suddenly after having conducted services at his church on the preceding Sunday. He was a friend of both the Rev. and Mrs. Nelson, having confirmed both and porforrnci their marriage service. Doctor Dorf was nlso present at Mr. Nelson's ordination. Herman Bleich, employed by Paul Black, southeast of Algona attended a local movie ten days or so ago, then went to the Freeh popcorn stand, but there discovered that his billfold was gone There was some money in it, bu 4 what he most wants to get bad' are his pre-service paper or papers and his driver's license. 11 these were to be dropped inside the Advance's front storm dooi they would be returned to him His daughter Emma is employee at the S. & L. store. Tech. Sgt, Robert Eraser, of the U. S. Marine Corps, son ol Supervisor and Mrs. J. A. Frascr came recently for a ten-dny furlough with his parents and -othei relatives here. He also made p visit at Mason City, the sergean was accompanied by his wife, the former Florence Decker, San Diego Calif-, who is remaining here for'an indefinite time. Sergeant Fraser, who expects to be sent out of the country soon, has been located at a marine corps air station at Santa Barbara, Calil., and he is a radio technician. The Post Transfer moved the Advance's old press, motor, and FOR SALE—15 HEAD 2-YEAR- old Hereford heifers; 15 steers coming 2 years old.-Mike Loss Algona. 16u7tf Duroc boars, new blood. The broad back, easy-feeding kind. Farmers' prices, Vz mi. S., 4'/2 W. of Burt. ' 26p5-J FOR SALE—SMALL SUPPLY of hot shot batteries on hand; also Verone Anti-Freeze. — Dau Garage. 15u7 FOR SALE—40 SPOTTED Poland China boars; also some white;'pony. — Anton Vnmmcn, Ringsted. 13pf> FOR SALE—BLACK POLANP Cliina boars eligible for registry; new blood for old customers.—Reilly Bros., ] /2 mile south and V* mi. west of Lone Rock. 25p6-9 FOR SALE — IMPROVED 240- FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White boars. New; bloodlines for old customers. — George acre farm near West Bend.—! w . ol f- LTU Verne, 5 mi. E. and Hi Write R. H. Ogrosky, route 5, mi. N. Lu Verne or 10 mi. S,'o Winfield, Kans. 10p7-8 FOR'SALE—PUREBRED Poland' China boars. New blood for old famous Rainbow -Divis ion of the first World war, entered the service in August, 1940, and was the first soldier to -leave Whittemore in the present war. He has a brother, Sgt. Charles A. Kollasch, who has been overseas since August last year, and is now a member of -an air corpp ground crew in Sicily. Charles' A. entered the service in June, 1941. - , Mrs. W. B. Quartern has received news of the birth of a great- grandson, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Sandoe Jordan. The baby was born Oct. 20, and the mother was Betsy Quarton, one of the twins born here to Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Quarton. Mrs. Jordan is living at Des Moines, her husband being in service. The new baby is also a great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles Sr. Mr. Jordan flew up from St. Louis for a five-day furlough with his family. Mrs. Jordan's twin, Garner Cowles Quarton, was married in the East in 1942, and he is a student at Harvard, where he is soon to complete a course in medicine. Mrs. C. H. Beardsley got home! Friday from San Diego, -Calif.,; where she has been since Iatej July with her daughter Margaret Ann, who is employed by Consolidated Aircraft. The Beardss ley son Tommy now lives there with his sister and attends school, The son Walter, a staff sergeant iu (he army air corps, has been transferred from New York to Madison, Wis., and he was a guest there last week Sunday of former A .H. S. Principal and Mrs. John G. McDowell. Charles Howard Beardsley Jr. has been transferred from Portland, Me,, to New River, N. C., and is in naval training there till Jan. 1. Charles Howard is married, and lie and his wife became parents of a daughter last July 28. customers.—Aaron Verne. Steussy, Lu • 14jiG-fl Wesley. 19p3-8 WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm; modern house on separate place. No milking.— Inquire Advance. • 10u6-7 30 'HAMPSHIRE 'iRiA'MS; AtiSO Cheviots and Dusets, Horeforc and Berkshire boars, Shorthorn Angus and Ayrshire bulls. Com ee them. Priced reasonable:— Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 24(2)7t ATTENTION FARMERS! WE pay highest price cash or. trade for eggs.—Council Oak Stores. 14u50tt PRINTING LARGE JOBS OR small—thpy all get careful attention and skilled workmanship '9* the Advance. 38tf WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tien will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN bulls, serviceable age, can be registered. Call at J. M. Patterson farm, 5 mi. S. of Algona. 20p5-G FOR SALE —PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars. Reasonable.—Fred De Vries, Titonka. llp7-8 FOR SALE—6-VOLT Windcharg- er on 45-ft. tower. Complete with wiring and Zenith radio.— A. J. Bernau, Vi mi. E. of Burt. 23p7 FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY boars.—Otto Wilberg, Fenton. : , ter- White boars, good enough to. please any breeder or farmer. —Harm H. Huisinga, 4 miles S. and IVfe miles W. Buffalo Center. 24u2tf FOR SALE—1935 Master Chevrolet sedan. Good tires, good motor. 2 J /2 mi. So. 1 mi. W. Lone Rock, phone 412.—Delton Krause. 23p7 FOR SALE—SEVERAL REGIS- tered Polled Shorthorn bulls Milking strain. Papers furnished —B. Penning,'Buffalo Center, la . •• 15uG-7 LOST—NAVY JACKET, size 18, some time last August. — Mrs, Theo. Herbst. 10p7 FOR SALE—3 HOLSTEIN cows one fresh and 2 to freshen soon —S. H. Arndorfer, Algona, 1 mi S.'Good Hope church, IVa mi west. 19p' FOR SALE — BOY'S LINED Mackinaw, hood collar, size 14 Like new. Also Spaulding bas ketball shoes, size 7, good shape Phone 73-W. 18(g) r .F.L.Tribon ll sell furniture for Fran] Shilis in ihe old A. & P. buildin THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 at 10 a. m. 8-piece dining room set. • porch wing, rocking chairs, many! la lies, lamp, child's high chair am rocker, 2 boilers, tub, . Victrol and records, lovely china, othe dishes, and other things. THIS SALE IS THURSDAY nd;.family. 32p6 WINCHARGER'S —AVAILABLE now. 'War Production Board las allotted .a limited amount of '2-Yplt'-W,inchargers and batteries or .p,a'rly" ; fall delivery. — For in- orniation write Don Schoniger, care Midwest Electric Co., 625 ourtyst., Sioujc City. 32pG 'LU/IN/HQGS CAN-BE ELIM- ina'ted with Walnut Grove minerals.,'Stop .these losses'without delay. 'Remember our service is ree ! . 'Ask' your neighbor who used' our•-product for over 25 years.—H.. S. , Fain, Humtaoldt, jhone 297-M. 35u7 FOR.'. SALE.—-15 YEARLING Hereford bulls of serviceable age • and guaranteed breeders, '•125.00 to' $150.00 each; also 10 •egistered Hereford cows, soon to drop calves sired by the head of CORONADO M ont-of to : enjoy a Cdronado washer,, "r,. radio, range or other 'appliance at loon 'as they're re- liaiid after the war. We are un"'"' '~' 'able to quote prices • of ihis time but guar. ante* t.h.at when ^ prices.or* listed .they ••will be as low if not i lower than competitive ' m a k e s of 'similar quality. 'Make a small deposit •' and .. make regular monthly payments. : Your • name will • be 1 placed on our pre- .ferred list and delivery • will 'be made .\n . numerical order. If -unforseen .conditions alter your plan of' purchase your • money will .be-cheerfully refunded. GAMBLE'S BUY MORE WAR BONDS THURS,, FRI., SAT. October 28-129-UO HE'S BACK AGAIN! Tbt fimst lolkU| grtttttt r«l». He'saft/«>J Morrison's Beauty Shop AGAIN HAS THREE'OPERATORS WORKING Alice Wilkins Esther Homervold Marie Semon We hope now to serve all desiring appointments at all times. Please designate which operator you wish to do the work when making your appointment. Phone 279. i VMWWWff&WWWJWWWVf Second Feature KAY COIUIIGAN MAX —in— "BULLETS AND Serial, «Dou -Winskrw'of Coast Guard" Junior Tickets Discontinued Prices, 10-80c Sat, Mat,, 25c X;, MON., TUE8., WET). J, Nov. 1-2-3 u n.) M ««» •»">>• bliiu< ««"»» HO •«* ncwn IM. Second Feature • •La* n L G a n n TJ'KKIUV, OCTOIJKJ? 2« Last showing'' WALLACE BEERY in "A Salute to the Marines" WKDXKSDAV, TIIKHSHAV, OCTOBER 27-2S Meet the Swaggering, Sons of Guns Who Man Your Fignting Ships! .' • • 11 '.'• This is their story —in— '.. '' : EDW. G. ROBltfSON "DESTROYER" - Prices. 10-3().4()<!' ' * .n. Calendar (!oii]ion to he iisipfl Wed., Oct. 27 FKL, SAT., OCT. 2!>-!50 TED LEWIS • .—jn— Is Everybody Happy' Added Altnic.tion "MAIMJII OF TIME" "AIIIWAYS TO PEACE'' X., OCT. 31, NOV. 1 SATrUDAY'llriJO P. M. HALLOWEEN j»ri)MGHT SHOW FRANK FAY BOX ME BAKER —in— "SPOTLIfl IIT SCAXDALS" Price 40e Seats on sale now Junior Prices Discontinued SONJA, SKATES ...AS „ WOODY SERFAGES i JACK OAKIEf ESAR -""-* Jckets Diseoiitinned Prjees, 10-|30-40c. ALGONA PREMIERE Benefit Army Emergency/Relief TUK,SI>AV A'IGHT, 8 P. M/OXJjj^'.'jlf.OVEMBER 2 All seats rcservetli ' A '•!'•'.rf Tr.i;. Men of the Armed Forces George Murphy Joan Leslie It. Ronald Reagan Kate Smith Prices, $1.12, $2.24 Wed., Tlmrs., Fri., Bfat j- > T ight Nov. S.4..5 Junior Tickets Discontinued T~ " Prices, 10-!)0-'4<)c «»*• -- .-i. '• 'ilpj f, From wherei I sit ... -t oe Prices, 10.30-33c "Keeping store," Sam Abernethy says, "can teach a person plenty about human nature. "Now coffee rationing's lifted, folks ain't a-breakin' their necks tryiii' to buy all they can. Knowin' they can have it if they want it, they ain't so all-fired anxious to get it." fc- Sam's right, as usual I don't crave that second cup half as much as when I couldn't get it. ! But that's human nature , ., Like allowing moderate beer-in the Army's post exchanges. Instead of leading to more drinking, the OWI report gays it workout Just the often as > not the men* soda-pop or milk, with betjF*rSK* • th^e^arid no restrlctlon^^uitit, B^^li |t wasn't there, J" "^ the ,||^t "War, the sto?y. be altogether -different, Fjrpjn where J sit, it iis'^with Americans, they can't have a thin*, golly, they'll find-ways taj Buyidoilt their right to, j anf^tnfir own good' .No. 74 of a Seriet

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