Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE,:ALGONA, IOWA MRS. HODGSON, BURT PIONEER, PASSES AT 78 Burt, Sept. 13—Mrs. Lorin D. Hodgson, 78, Burt pioneer, died a few minutes after midnight Monday night at her home here, after only a day's last sickness. Mrs. Hodgson had been in usual health till Sunday evening when her condition became critical following rupture of her gall bladder resulting in peritonitis. Funeral services are set for this week Thursday at the locnl Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. Hodgson was n member. The Rev. Paul Figgc. pastor, and the Rev. J. M. Doms. former pastor now of Lake City, will conduct the services and burial will be made beside the grave of Mrs. Hodgson's late husband in the local cemetery. Music ot the funeral will be furnished by a quartet consisting of Erna Baars, Barbara Thompson, Mary Janice McWhortcr. and Evelyn Becker, accompanied by Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Mrs. Hodgson's maiden name was Evalina Tucker and she was born May 29, I860, at Panola, 111. On October 28. 188G. she was married. The Hodgsons came to Burt in 1889, and for many years farmed at the south edge of town. Two daughters were born, Esther and Ruth, both of whom survive and live here. Mr. Hodgson died in December, 1935. Mrs. Hodgson left two sisters and one brother: Mrs. C. G. West. Emporia, Kans.; Mrs. C. O. Patton, El Paso, 111.; and L. W. Tucker, Los Angeles. NEWS OF N. W. KOSSUTH BOYS SERVING U. S. New Teacher HAPPY IDEA FOR A GIFT GOING O'SEAS Russell Sands, son o Mrs. Mary Sands, of the county treasurer's office, may be counting the clays now till & request his. mother received from him a week ago is filled. Russell is in service far from home and in a strange land —-England — where, apparently, one of America's chief table delicacies is unknown. Anyway what Russell wanted, and what doubt- i less three or four million other I American boys overseas would be ' delighted to find in their Christmas boxes, was — one guess cake flour! pHESTER L. PL ATT, of Shobo- ier. 111., was installed Sunday as teacher at the Trinity Lutheran parochial school. Mr. Plait is married, and he and his v/ife have a 4-year-old son. The school was opened with some 30 pupils Monday in the school room adjacent to the church on the north. Last year's teacher, Mrs. Lowell Kropf, is now with her husband, who is in service in Florida. Swea-Eagle, Sept. 11 — Cpl. and Mrs. Paul Goraczkowski, Rome, WESLEY GIRL A GRADUATE IN A NURSING CLASS Wesley, Sept. 12—Vera, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Forburger here, is a recent graduate nurse of St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City, where she woman's first nine months of training was spent at the Sioux City hospital, but the rest of her training was began training pan- SOLDIER TO ENGLAND. WhiUemorc, Sept. 12 — Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, of West Bend, called her husband's parents by telephone Monday to say she had received a cablegram from her husband staling that he had arrived in England. Things not used are wasted. • Sell them by a Want Ad. FOR SALE—ELGIN 50-FT. wind mill, $50.—Jewell M. Patterson, .9u44tf FOR FEED GRINDING CALL 284W, Algona. — Verne Batt, 126 S. Colby. 12pl FOR SALE—BAY MARE 10 yrs. old, wt. 1500.—I. A. Eisenbacher, Wesley. lOpl FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS.-^ John Cor'des, Lone Rock. 6pl FOR SALE-^PURBBRED'Guern- sey bull, coming two years old, from Brown herd.—Edwin Han- sclman, Lu Verne. • 15pl FOR SALE— 1935 PLYMOUTH coupe. Pre-war Coronado separator, used three months.— Joel Miller, 'Lu. 'Verne. 12pl LOST — OLDSMOBILE HUB cap—probably between Fenton and Whittemore. — Notify Lars Finnestadt, Fenton, In. '14pl FOR SALE — REGISTERED milking Shorthorn bulls up to 11 months.—Ray Kading, Fenton, phone Lone Rock 418. ..15pl-3 FOR SALE—1937 FORD COACH in good condition.-—Used McCormick - Decring corn binder. —Harold Laubenthal, Wesley. 14pl FOR SALE — OIL BURNER, pipes, suitable one large, two small rooms; nearly new, $30. — Forrest Christensen, Wesley. 17pl FOR SALE—RED JACKET AND skirt, also tan winter coat, size 10, $5.00 each.—Mrs. H. W. Kohlhaas, phone 2553, Livermore. 17p52-l FOR SALE—ENSILAGE CUT- ter, Patec-size M. Tractor- plow, 2-botlom, 14-in. International.—Harry Sabin, tel. 9F11. 15pl FOR SALE—7 FT, IRONING cord sets, $1.00 and $1.25; also 6 ft. ironing cord sets with switches, $1:50—Pratt Electric. 18ul WANT TO BUY—Small gasoline engine. — Arthur Riedel, Algona, phone 11F6. 12pl-2 1V.11 £». A tl 1,1 i. VJUl CH-.i.lVW VV OI\ 1, J. VVJ 11 11-, ; . f~t , , N. Y., are visiting the former's '" , S * P1*- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gor- ackkowski. The couple were married last February. Paul, who is in service, is in the military police. Lt. Robert W. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson, is now stationed at an army air field, at Clovis, N. M. Edward Kennedy, S. 2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy, is stationed on 'an island off the Washington state coast. Wallace Johnson recently wrote his father, Supervisor M. L. Johnson, that he had been transferred from Italy to southern France. Bernard, son of O. D. Simmons, was recently promoted to cor- 1 poral. He was in Italy at last! reports. Russell Swanson has written the Algot Swansons that he recently arrived safely in Italy. Mrs. Mervin Sanders, the former Berdlna Smith, has received from her husband, Cpl. Marvin Sanders, a Purple Heart medal awarded to him after serious burns he suffered in the fighting in Italy. He is now in France. Marvin is .a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders. Wayne E., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, has left to begin training at a naval air station at Jacksonville, Fla. Other Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson, of Britt, and Charles Gibson, Austin, Minn., went home Monday, after a few days at the men's brother Sam's here. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Link and Mrs. Sam Link were at Waterloo for the recent Cattle Congress, also visited at Mr. Link's brother Dewey's. Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield are parents of a daughter, born Sept. I. The Olsons, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Emil Larson's. FOR SALE — FIFTY BLACK- faced breeding ewes; also one buck.—Alfred Jergoason, Algona. 12pl WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or en.ll at 1941, after gracl- nation the same •' year from the local high school. The young taken at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Mason City, and she returned to Sioux City only for graduation, thence going back to Mason City for a period after graduation. From there she was called home to care for her mother. Miss Forburger has two sisters, Mrs. Jos. Krieps, near Sexton, and Ruth, who is the Sexton teacher. There are two .brothers, Kenneth and Tommy, at home. s ' CHILL WEATHER AROUSES FEARS FOR CORN CROP PICTURE OF A NOTED CHURCH STIRS MEMORY Mrs. Mary Sands, of the county treasurer's office, recently received copies of three London Sunday papers from her son Russell, who is stationed somewhere in England. A picture of St. Paul's Cathedral appeared in the Times. The magnificent stained-glass windows are gone, and in place of buildings which formerly surrounded the building are flowers and weeds which have sprung up through the earth and rubble torn by air raids. In spite of the dilapidated condition of fhe Cathedra], Sunday services are held as usual. The cathedral picture brought back happy memories to Mrs. Helen Dickinson, now an Advance reporter, who was one of 1000 members confirmed there by the Bishop of London in 1898, Mrs. Dickinson was reared in London, and she met her late husband there when he was sent to Europe in the interest of the then new dial telephones. - • E..P. KEITH LOW. E. P. Keith, past 91. was reported critically low yesterday, and death is momentarily expected. His granddaughter, Mrs. Ira Kohl, and her husband have lived with and cared for him during the last .seven years. house on East Elm. Foster. Kenneth 17(2) 13tf FOR SALE—200 AUSTRA White year-old hens laying good now. Phone 40, Burl, or see Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. 19pl WANTED — CARPENTERS and painters for Federal Housing Project. — Apply U. S. Employment Service. 12pl DISHWASHER WANTED — Six days a week, no Sundays or nights; $16 per week and board. —Dermancl Cafe. 15ul NOTICE—MY PHONE number is 320.—M. L. Vancler Waal, Standard Oil bulk plant and tank wagon agent. I7pl STRAYED OR STOLEN—TOY terrier, white with black spots; a child's pet named Sparkle. Please notify Vernon Smith, Bancroft, la. 12pl FOR SALE—WESTINGHOUSE electric range. Used short time, can be seen at 312 N. Colby st.—P. J. Kohlhaas, Dena Kohlhaas. 14pl LARGE GOBBLER POTATOES, $1.98 per 100-lb. sack. Cheaper than dirt. Get your winter supply. We have two East End Grocery. carloads. — (50)pl-2 ER'S wife 7 months, well trained, housework oh farm WANTED—BY SOLD with child (girl) 5 or town. 'State wag ence, — Carol, R. R. C. Bcrgc; A FEW LATE BERKS Hereford spring be real' Berkshire fall horn, Angus and —Price reasonable.Ben Wesley. HIRE and firs, some boirs, Short- Ayrshire 'bulls. B. Studer. 22(2)24tf GOOD QUARTER, V bault Co., Minn., we ed.'Woven fencing. Two Forty Elmorc, in Geo. W. Champlin. La Minn. 4%. HOME and BUSINESS property loans l.o purchase repair or refinance present loan Pay any amount any lime. Lo ig convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assn. u46tf GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our service is free. Give it a tr convinced. boldt, la. Phone 297-M FOR SALE—80 AC level to gently rolli tivated; fairly good h 'S. Refer- on, Brilt, 23pl-2 'ells, Fari- 11 imprpv- llectricity. proved. — <e Crystal, 18u51-53 al and be H. S. Fain, Hum- 25(2)51tf IES, ALL g, all cul- juse, barn, crib and granary, on graveled road 3% miles from "—'- •"""= per acre. — Paul '. Hutchison Bldg., Algoia. -FOR SALE— SWEET CORN; 10 A. now ready. Send post card to J. R. Thompson, Burt. 16pl, FOR SALE — HUNDREDS OF Gladiolus blooms. 'We take mail orders for any arrangements — for furteralSj weddings, banquets, etc. : Now is'' the time to order your bulbs while you can see the -Qlads in blodm.-43Chim- mel Gardens, 809 W. College St., 4 blks. West Kossuth hospital; Algona. 45pl CARD OF THANKS—WE 'TAKE this means of expressing our; heartfelt 'gratitude for the many deeds arid words of sympathy^ and helpfulness in the recent; bereavement of our son, brother,' and nephew, S. Sgt. Louis E. Schmeling, who gave his lite on the battlefield of Italy July 11. Your kindness will never be forgotten. -^ Mr. .and Mrs. Wm. Schmeling arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lauck. ul MEN— WILL EMPLOY MEN 'to operate an established coffee and grocery 'route in Algona, equipment furnished, all expenses paid, .guaranteed salary plus 'commissions and bonus. This is a permanent 'job with a post-war futur.e. Right "man will exceed $50 per week income. See Mr. Hill Thursday evening at Hotel Algona or write Jewel Tea Co., WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework . one .or two hours per day, exdept Sundays.—Fred : B. 'Timm, 210 : E,' Kennedy, phone 71 or 600. lOultf FOR SALE—1941 • CORONADO refrigcratoc, 6 J /2 cu. ft.; kitchen thblp and four chairs; baby bed; higli chair; nursery chair; 9x12 Congoleum riig, almost new.—Inquire at 405 S. Wboster. 30pl CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to tharik our many relatives and friends for their kindnesses artd'nttiny floral offerings during our recent bereavement. — Mrs. Isabel!/Loss and children. ul You have heard a lot about Berkshires in recent vi-ars been the Grand Champions over all breeds in the Carl t i I the last five years straight—'and sired the four C'-- • • Cume to the Fairgrounds at Spencer and see this b, tbp&: $1,000 in premiums. Entries from Iowa and peting'for the year's tdf. honors. At 1 p.m on Fri and the 30 top.gilts of this big show will sell at auciT™'"•£ 30 Berkshires. • • • ' Be « WANTED— FURNISHED kitchenette or apartment or sleeping room with kitchen privileges by couple with two-year-old girl. — Inquire at this office. 22pSS PLAYER PIANO AND ROLLS. Terms to reliable party. Write Verne Netzow, Route No. 5, Box 310, Waukesha, Wis., as to when piano can be seen in Algona, 25pl BEGINNING SEPT. 1 sales will be held in the afternoon at the Kanawha Sales Pavilion. You can always find a good market for anything you care to sell. 27u51-53 Rain and chill weather have raised some doubts about the corn crop this year, with so much of it still in danger from frost. Normal frost time is September 26-28, only a couple of weeks away. Two weeks of warm weather with drying winds are badly needed to pull the corn through. Corn planted prior to last spring's wet period is yielding well, and is dented. Observer Nolte's record for the week includes rain Sunday, .19; Monday, .04; and Tuesday, .26. Skies were overcast all day yesterday. The temperatures fol- High 78 Low 48 50 60 56 50 56 54 low: September 7 September 8 _________ 72 September 9 _________ 82 September 10 ________ 72 September 11 ________ 73 September 12 ________ 70 September 13 ________ 64 - 4 Lu Verne Girl Back to Job as Teacher Lu Verne, Sept. 12— Esther Merkle has returned to Beverly, Ky., where she teaches the 4-5-6 grades in a Red Bird Mission .school. The pupils range from 9 to 17. Some of the boys attend only two or three months of the year. Asked about compulsory education there, Miss Merkle said Kentucky had the best ol school laws, but doesn't enforce them. POST NAMES OFFICERS. Wesley, Sept. 12 — Lawrence Smith has been elected local Legion post commander; W. Frirnml, vice; L. L. Lease, finance officer; J. P. Studer, service officer. 4 SPEAKS TONIGHT. Franklin Nelson, Minneapolis, Baptist missionary at Tiddim, Burma, will speak and present movies at the local church tonight at 7:30. HERE'S CASH $30»$5Q-$25-$100-$200 or More For Your Fall Expenses Prepare now and relieve financial strain with a low-cost personal loan. Have only one small payment to meet each month instead of several. A loan plan is available for most any borrower—married or single. ' SPECIAL TERMS FOR FARMERS Consult us today regarding your money needs. An inquiry will not obligate you in any way. Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency WW is tL LJ is there a ortage of te one PRINTING LARGE JOBS OR small—thpy all get careful at- Yntion and skilled workmanship * the Advance. 38tf War Bond investment Is Your Investment In America * * * The reason is that the manufacturing .plants previously used to make telephone facilities now are being devoted to the manufacture of communications equipment for war. Also, the materials needed to enlarge the telephone system—copper, steel, aluminum, zinc, lead and rubber, among others—are the same materials now^being used for war equipment and ammunition. Manufacture for war needs instead of for home use has resulted in furnishing our fighting forces with an ample supply of the communications equipment they need. If you are waiting for a telephone, we want you to know we're doing our best to serve you as soon as we can. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Help Shorten the War—Buy Mor« Wtr Bondt W. -18lh, Waterloo. la., for School Days Call for Nourishing Breakfast and -Lunches PEANUT BUTTER SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL WELL FED WITH MEAT GRAHAM CRACKERS FORT DEARBORN 3 2-lb. Pkg. BONELESS, IIICEI) ~...-, BEEF STEW , ,„. ' I'liKK GROUND BEEF ,,,. I.O1N VEAL CHOPS . ,-u. COUN COUNTUY AMERICAN CHEESE .... COARSK GROUND ' RING BOLOGNA S.MOKKI) I.IVKR SAITSAOE BRAUN3CHWEIGER Z-lb. Hoi I-b. 26c 23c 35c 75c 27 c 33c Lb. FINE FOR •-- ._ POTTED MEAT SAO Oil FRANK 11KACII HOMEY.. FOBT DEABBOKN ROLLED OATS.. JiiKBsiiEY's COCOA Algona BUTTER (16 points) . ,« STVM!—» I'"" 1 " CORN '• GREEN BEANS..- JIIIS. OKASS 1 SOUP MIX HOUSEHOLD CI,K/\N8I)B ROYAL LEMON LAUNDIty STAKCH NIT STARCH WINDOW WINDEX LARD 2 SLAB BACON 29 OPEN KETTLE RENDERED PANROLLS PLAIN OB SPGABE» DOUBHMUTS SWAN 6 M«*J

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