Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1944 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1944
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PAGE TWO LU VERNE YOUTH, PRISONER, SENDS A LETTER HO ME and-other guests included I iho C. C. Phillips. Algona. tlie j Huyts of Clarion, and the sons ! Harold and Paul Phillips, of Lu ! Verne, and UiL'ir families. .The i dinner was served at the com- 1 munity ha)1 ' ;ltul the afternoon ! wa » spent visiting. .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Lu Verne, Aug. 9 — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. of Lu Vernr, received the following letter from their son Go.'don. \vhr is a prisoner of war in Germany: "After hearing you have received some of my letters, I shall again write to you. "I have been getting ciuilo a bit of mail from you and also the packages you have sent so lar. I am feeling fine- and "Kid to aenr you folks are too. Givi.' my regards to everyone and tell them all to write. "Nancy Ann I'suppose is finite •i girl. I have also heard from Bette and Naomi. Tell Ann Smith I Sol her cnrd and letter. "Well, not much more to say. Tell Dad not to catch all the fish so I'll have a few. Will close. Hoping to see you soon." Howard Smith is in the same camp in Germany and has been :i prisoner too since February 17, 1!)43. His mother is a widow, Mrs. Georgia Smith, living in Lu Verne, and she heard just recently from Howard. His address is Camp Stalay 3-B. Germany, and Gordon's address is Camp Stalay, 2B-. Germany. Guests Are Entertained— Mrs. Jennie Phillips has had j as her guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and three i children, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Er- i nest - Phillips and son Douglas, ! Storm Lake. Mrs. William Phil- i lips, and daughter Anna. Kansas! City, IVJo. Last week Sunday the I Phillips family enjoyed a family j 1 Jennings 16 Indiana— I Lu Verne friends are intcrest- ! ed to kncAv that Ihe Rev. Grant I Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Grant Jennings S.r., Eagle Grove, j who formerly lived on a farm ; south of Li), Verne, ""was trans- I ferred to an Indianapolis Presby! lory and accepted a call to the Greenfield church, Indiana. His wife is the former Helen McDonald, of Creslon, whom he met while attending the Presbyterian Seminary in Chicago. Since graduating from the Theological Seminary he has been pastor of the dun-dan and Lohrville churches. Ray Legler in Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler went to Fort Dodge Sunday to see their son Ray Legller, a patient at the Lutheran hospital. They were accompanied by Mrs. Irvin Chapman, who spent Sunday and Monday with her sister, Martha Kabele. who is doing her bit in the war effort by assistint; in the care of .the sick at the Lutheran hospital during her vacation, both last summer and this. She is a teacher in the Dows schools. _ . _ 4 Albert Pergande Dies— Albert Pergande'is critically ill at his home here and no hope is held for his recovery. He has boon ill the past year, and recently retired from the farm because of continued ill health. Later— Mr. Pergande died Sunday afternoon at Ihe Lutheran hospital and the funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon. Burial at ,««*j • When it comes to new tires, Vire hove today's best buys, GOODYEARS for "B" and "C" drivers who rate certificates. ; j«",| ; ; };*V Head-of-the-clastl GRADE-1 NEW LOW PRICE $ 16 05«?' Six* 6.00-16 The skills attained through 29 consecutive years oi tire leadership, the methods developed through continuous Goodyear Research, the knowledge gained through 20 years' experience with synthetic rubber ... they are what make the new Goodyear synthetics your best tire buy today. You get PLUS VALUE when you get Goodyear Tires. AN OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION Tractor Tires on Hand READY TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS IMMEDIATELY— No ordering — no long wait — service right now! 600-16 10-38 550-16 11-38 500-15 10.00-36 650-16 9.00-36 750-16 750-18 DUTCH'S SUPER-SERVICE Lu Birthday is Observed— Patty Ellifritz celebrated her tenth birthday Monday afternoon I by inviting a number of little ; girls to assist her. Games were j played and a lunch which in-' eluded a beautiful birthday cake, I was served by Mrs. Ellifritz. assisted by her grandmother, Mrs. I Marie Stoddard. Many little gifts! were received. Otlier Lii Verno Xcws. Mrs. Albert Schneider and two youngest children, Marvel and Janelle. left Thursday to. visit with her parents and other relatives at Hereford, Tex. She expects to be away two weeks. Mr. Schneider's sister, Mrs. Victor Kollman, who with her two children are visiting here from St. Paul, will assist with the work while his wife is away. Mrs. Ella Husong and Mrs. K:ite Hennick. Ames, old friends of the Ralph Laurences, visited them and called on old friends at Corwith last week Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Sinn, Story City, spent the weekend at the Lawrence home, and Mrs. Laurence returned with her for a visit of several days at Story City. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hebncr and son Gerry. Mason City, were guests Sunday at the !vnne of her sister and brotner-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler. Shirley Dimler, who has hem in Los Angeles the prsl six weeks visiling relatives, arrived Sunday to visit her parents, the Arthur Difnk-r's. Darlene Ramus, of Des Moinos, Wanda Stoddard, and Betly Peterson spent Monday in Algona, going up on the morning train. They took their lunch along and attended a show in the afternoon, and came home on the train in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vaughn and two children, Des Moines, spent Sunday at her mother, Mrs. Marie Stoddard's. While here he purchased the Standard Oil station and will move here as soon as a suitable place to live can be found. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Eustace went to Oakdale Wednesday evening, where Mr. Eustace entered the sanitarium for a complete rest and medical care. Mrs. Eusta-o returned Thursday evening. ; Instead of the general maeting of the W. S. C. S. a picnic will be held at the park and Circles Nps. 1 and 3 will be hostesses to Circle No. 2 who won in a contest on church attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meier and son Ehrhardt went to Coal Valley, 11., Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Meier's aged aunt, Mrs. Milke, 84. They returned Friday evening. The Cemetery association will meet Thursday afternoon of this week nt thp community hall. After the business meeting a covered dish lunch a social time will be had. The Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Hedcllo Dayton, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Amspoker, Humboldt, called on their many friends here last Thursday afternoon. Samuel Swank, Clinton, Minn., a pioneer of Lu Verne, is making an annual visit here at the homes of Will Ellis and H. E. Rogers and looking after his farming interests. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede, of Des Moines, and the latler's daughter Helen Jean Mosher, of Cedar Rapids, vyere here for an over-Sunday visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichly, Isabel and Janette Mason, and James and Alan Croker were visitors at J. A. Zweifel's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Laurence Muschamp and son, Minneapolis, Minn., arrived last week for an extended visit with her father, M. L. Barton. Mrs. Emily Guy, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Johnson, A'lgona, went to Colfax Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soronsen went 1o Algona Friday afternoon to atlend the funeral of the latter's brother-in-la\y. Ray Legler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler, is a surgical All the merchandise advertised in this sale we have on hand—some in short lots, some close outs. Prices are marked down to move everything advertised. We will add new merchandise every day at these low prices. STOP AND SHOP EVERY DAY. Cattle Fly Spray, gal. 13 quart Milk Pails 10 quart Galv. Pails Large Wash Tuhs 49c 35c SJ.I9 110 Inch CMJ no Fly Nets, each ...T| >?10 Yellow brill' '" Horse Pads 69c 3 Tine Hay Forks 12" and 14" Scoop Shovels 20 oz. Dispensing Grease Gun 89c 5J.95 $2-98 Hammer Handles, each 3 Sets All Leather Harness 4 Ib. pkg. Waste 4c 79e Long Handle «»4| OR Utility Shovels, ea?I Cream Cans, each ... Bottle with Lunch Box .... 69c $j.T9 32 Piece Dinner Set $2.95 Complete Pump Hose, ca. HI! .[-.;!-, •/.'. ••)•;-,• So-Lo Saves Rubber, box 196 Electric Welder 5 Ib. can Axle Grease 50 Ft. Garden Hose 5 gal. lots Barn Paint, gal 5 gal. lots House Paint, gal. Victory 6.00x16 Tire Reliners, ea $19.86 39c 35 IWW $1.00 Value Utility Bag, each Coaster Wagons Men's 4-Buckle All Rubber Overshoes ;5:50xl7 & 6.00x16 Rubber Reliners 5 gal. lot, less can Motor Oil AO 9Q $2-25 5J.85 18 Month ga. Car Battery . 2 Volt Radio Battery 60 doz. qt. Fruit Jars, doz. .. Hudson All Tin Cattle Sprayer .... 'mmmmmm Keystone Interior Gloss, gal Metal Tool Boxes $14.95 Value 6 Volt Electric Fencer ... ex. 67c FURNITURE All steel frame «| IJJQ Baby Carriage V | j Double Door Utility Cabinet *|7'^ .45 Maple Finish Nursery Chairs Solid Oak and Maple BABY CRIB AND MATTRESS All Metal CA g« Medicine Chest V Z ' All Metal Smokers With Electric Lighter S5.95 75 Ib. Fully Insulated ICE BOX $66.50 Value, Only 6 Left S39.95 5 Drawer Unfinished . Chests 3 Piece Solid Oak $70,50 Bedroom Suite ^ f JJ IWW 3 Drawer Unfinished Chest Walnut Finish End Tables All Silk Shade Boudoir Lamp, ea. Box Seat Kitchen Chairs 5* AC . 0 $29.50 Tiltback Rockers $17.95 STAIR TREADS 2 for IQC Full Spring STUDIO COUCHES Drawer for sheets etc. S59.95 All Cotton 45 Ib. Mattress Ottoman qnd Easy Chair Mirrored Door Wardrobe Cabinet ,95 $17.95 $12-95 New Style MAGAZINE RACKS All Metal • Coffee Table •I Coxwell Lounge Chair $5-00 QR iWU 5 Piece BREAKFAST SET Solid Chrome Legs. Black $4750 Coast-to-Coast Store patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. NOTlCfi 61" PROBATE OF WILL No. 5184 State of Iowa, Kossuth. County, ss. In District C6urt, March ~term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of "writing purporting to be the last Will and Testa- ment of Frank Kouba'Jr.,' deceased, dated January 29, 1944, having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 16th day of August, 1944, 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. fn., of the day above mentioned all persons, interested are hereby notified arid required to appear, and show pouso if -m why said instru mem be probated and ai" for the last Wm a of said deceased cs d a. A, fif)n , ALM A PE LINNAN & LYNCH ' ^UBH^^^I^HiHB^Mi^H^^^I^^HMHi^^^Hi^^^HHH^HHiiHHM^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^HaMMHHHIIH PEACH S ^ California Finest Elberta PEACHES. I Crate HEW POTATOES 10 POUNDS 47c doz. ORANGES GOOD SIZE 39c doz. SUNKIST LEMONS 39c Butter Ib. 45c HIIEX Dairyland MILK (tins Fancy COOKIES Campbell's Tomato SOUP .... 3 IVORY SOAP 3'E29c ?•'• 49c . jug Tww 3 for 26C . , 29c cans large hars CATSUP,""" 19c liottles . . Reg. Mason JAR COVERS , 25c JAR RUBBERS 3 12c '/• Gallon WHITE SYRUP Johnson's GLO COAT . 35c "'""•'98c I Dork Syrup Ual PORK J MANS 16-OZ. TIN for 19c PURE CIDER VINEGAR gal. 29C JARS Quarts, Doz. Pints, Doz. 65c SUGAR il-lb. CO** bag DOC TOILET SOAP Lux, Lifebuoy, Camay 20cl bars . GERBER'S BABY FOOD each I C * QUALITY M€ATS * Choice Cute |b. BEEF ROAST 28c-26c PORK LIVER RING BOLOGNA SKINLESS WIENERS,, 33c BACOM SQUARES. ,,19c ,„. 29c n, 33CJ SIRLOIN STEAK VEAL CHOPS BEEF BOIL ; BACON ENDS 2, 33c HOOD'S SUPER VALIMST

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