Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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FOR DAY AT LfiJCHURCH Lone Rock, Sept. 26 — There was a Rally day service at the local Presbyterian church Sunday morning, with a community .dinner after the program, which was: Prelude, Mrs. Whitehouse; Call to Worship, led by Joyce Marlow; Song by Intermediates; Invocation, the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse; hymn; scripture readings, five in termed i'.ite girls. Hymn; responsive reading, led by Joyce Marlow; hymn; prayer, j •Phyllis Hawks; vocal solo, Lester Schultz. A Cradle Roll service was in charge of Mrs. Alf Krueger, and babies were: Larry Alton House-, holder, Robert Eugene Bates, j James. Joseph Jensen, George John Rath and Garret Eugene Crow. Wayne Owen Lieb and Susan Jane Montgomery, members of Astoria, ill., and a Swea City Baptist cradle rolls respectively, were also rocked in the cradle, the older members, who did the rocking, being Nancy Ann Fischer, Gerald John Newbrough, and Gary Gene Schultz. Members graduated from the cradle roll were Wanda Joy Schrader, Carol Lorraine Householder, Donald Schuyler Bates, Kermit Leon Krueger, and Gerald Norman Jensen. Sunday school promotions followed, then a program: Recitations—Margaret Fischer,, eight primary children, Rita' Hurlburt and Annabelle White- • house, four junior girls, Carol! Householder. Marjorie Houck, and Dick Jenson. There were also songs by the primary chil-1 dren and the beginners, and by j the juniors. Out of town guests for the din-! ner were the Harris Wadsworths I and Mr. and Mrs. James Wads-' worth, Armstrong; Mrs. Cora Ba-! con, Algona; the Lawrence Ditt- mes, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. • Edw. Dittmer, Burt; J. Neelands, Lakota. The Clair Bellingers attended ,.a birthday party at the Lloyd Kern home, Fenton. in the,,eyemng, in honor of Lloyd's (and Ralph Weis- Weisbrod's birthdays. Mrs. Robert Hahha '-got home Sunday after several Weeks With her husband at Norrrian, Okla. Robert has been going tq'an ord- { nance maintenance, schbbl thdre, but has been graduated and moved to another destination. Mrs. M. E. "Blanchard, Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, Mrs. Delmar Angus, Burt, and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough visited the George Klinks, Titonka, Friday land helped celebrate the Klink 49th wedding anniversary. The Ray Sriyders spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mrs. Harry Ehrich's, BlUe Earth, and called on relatives at Elmore. Mr. Snydcr's brother, Lt. C. D. Snyder, was on furlough at Elmore. The Tom Heiters, Rolfe, were at W. C. Heiter's Monday. Tom and W. C. left Monday for Minot, N. D., to visit their sister, Mrs. Abbie Hamilton, who is sick. Mrs. George Crow and her children, who live with R. T. Angus, left Wednesday for Farber, Mo., to join Mrs. Crow's husband, on furlough there. The Band Mothers met last week Wednesday at Mrs. Edw. Blanchard's. The next meeting will be at Mrs. E, M. Jensen's. Helen Marie Dreyer left Thursday for work at the Hormel i plant, Austin, Minn. | Lone Rock's school children , have collected 50 sacks of milk! weed pods. The school ball team was defeated by Seneca last Thursday, 6-2. « :— PORTLAND BOY IS DISCHARGED FROM MARINES Sophomores Initiate Freshmen— The sophomores gave a party for the freshmen Friday evening. The entertainment consisted of initiation and a few games. The freshmen boys wore dresses and Carried dolls, and the girls were dressed as boys. Lunch was served by the sophomoes. Group to P. W. Memorial— The A. A. Krucgers, Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Mrs. Harry Montgomery, and the latter's daughter Susan Jane attended the memorial at the prison camp at Algona Sunday. Christian Endeavor Elects— The Christian Endeavor met Sunday evening and elected officers: President, Portland Twp., Sept. 26—Cpl. Richard Brayton has been honorably discharged from the Marines, and he got home last week , .- , Monday. At his sister Mrs. Don- A. a]d Rjngsdorfs i as t, we ek Tuesday evening dinner was served in his honor, and other guests were Mrs. Roy Peterson, Ring- sled, her baby, the Rev. Paul Burt Presbyterian pastor, tary, June Rath; treasurer, Lester Schultz. id Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf. Richard was sent to Australia e left this country, and -_ served on Pacific islands. For some time before coming home he was a patient at a San Diego service hospital. Naval Service Man Home'— Homer Bristow, R. N. 2-c, U. S. navy, is visiting relatives and friends here and at Burt. He has served :in the central and southwest Pacific, and had not b'een home before in nearly two years. His brother, Lt. Ralph Bristow, T-1-m.v, ! o£ tne Marines, is now in Oali- Tpn-snn- =0^" fornia ' and ar »other brother, Lt. feSnr. 80 ! 0 t Cf.'yin Bristow, is In Kentucky. her new son are expected home this week Thursday. The baby's given names ae Richard Kenneth. Virginia McWhorter, cadet student nurse, spent last \Veek Sunday at the parerttial R. S. McWhorter's. She came particularly to bid farewell to her sister Ma^y Janice, who was leaving for the state college at Ames. . Mrs. Orrie . Peterson • brought home her little son Saturday from Rochester, where Mayo doctors hatl s:\1jminecl him. They are to go back soon, and the child may have an operation. FUNNEMARK, 75, WESLEY FARMER, DIESJEPT. 21 Wesley, Sept. 26—Henry Albert Funnemark, 75, died at his home northeast of Wesley last Thursday, following a six months sickness. Mr. Funnemark was born Sept. 24, 1869, at Milwaukee, but was brought here by his parents when I he was a small child. He was L married to Anna Flom Dec. 29, I 1893, and two children survive, Julius and Alma, both at home. Funeral services were held at the local Congregational church Sunday, which was his birthday, the Rev. O. M. Johnson conducting. Pallbearers were Glaus Tjarks, Lloyd Neswold, Adolph Alps, Fred Ostercamp, Elmer Hauptly, and Herman Schaffer. Interment was in the Evergreen cemetery. Mr. Funnemark is also survived by his wife: a brother, Carl Funnemark, San Francisco; and two sisters, Mrs. Hanna Jackson, San Francisco, and Mrs. Millie Emmons, Ladysmith, Wis. K. & H. to Hold Annual— J. P. Studer attended an oil men's meeting at the Okobojis! Friday and Saturday. The an-, nual K. & H. meeting will be' held at the Kleinpeter hall next Tuesday evening. Fort Dodge Legion Meeting— En Eighth district Legion- Auxiliary meeting will be held at Fort Dodge next Wednesday. J. P. Studer, district vice-commander, and others here plan to attend. KossutfH tioftMr Abvl hospitalization of service rrien. Many to. Camp Memorial— Many 'Wesleyans attended the memorial services at the prison cahi'p at Algona Sunday. AtGONA MY CITED FOR SERVICE IN A An Eighth Air Force , Bomber Station, England, (Undated)— S-Sgt. Roger E. Combs, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H.' Combs, Algona, la., has been awarded the air rhedal. He. is radio operator of a Flying Fortress in a veteran heavy bombardment group. The medal citation read, in part: "for meritorious achievement, in combat during six heavy bombardment missions over Germany and German-occupied Europe." Before entering the AAF, Sergeant Combs was employed by the Co'ah 'grocery at Bbone, la. He was graduated from the Jordan consolidated high school in 1938. WANTS FOR die Algona. SALE—CHESTNUT SAD- mare.—Alfred Jergensen, MARRIED MAN WITH FAMILY wants job on farm, — Inquire , this office. p,3 ! WANTED — WAGON Elevator j •hoist.—Donald F. Weaver, box | 68, Route 2, Algona. 9p3 OIL BURNING HEATING stove for sale, 9-in. burner. — Fred Kuecker, Fenton. 12p2 FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE Boar, year old.—3 miles N. W. Lone Rock, W. M. Nelson. Ilp3 WILL SpME ALGONA woman who will do washings for local couple please phone 662? g3-4 MARRIED MAN WANTED FOR general farm work. — P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. 9u3tf Dinner Honors Birthday — Mrs. Alfred Jorgensen honored Helen McMahon at a birthday dinner party last week Tuesday evening, and other guests were lone Lease, N^va Thompson, and Mrs. Harry Montgomery. Son for Maynard Kuecks — Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck, Swea City, are parents of a boy born Sunday, Sept. 17. Mrs. Kueck was the former Lucille Nelson. C0le ~ Ex-Wesleyans Wed 25 Years— The John Youngwirths attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and .Mrs. John Stier, Whittemore, Sunday. The women are sisters. The S tiers are former Wesley farmers. Lunch at Legion Hall — The public is invited to have 5:30 p. m. lunch at the Legion hull Saturday. The U. S. W. will serve.. .hamburgers, soupj /dougb- FOR SALE — R E G IS T E R'ED Brown 'Swiss bulls, 8 to 17 mos. old.—John Bockes, Lu Verne. 14p2-4 Aflcfe, ALG( FOR SALE— ford Heifer steers. — Mike WALNUT GR .. tion will prc ';H. S. Fain, 297-M. 'FCJR SALE— I Range; 1C g quire Schultz Algona. WANTED — hauling. Ma .house oh Eas Foster. FOR SALE- low, paved, Joel M. Herb Ins. WANTED — . ing, your hi :118 Fcnton.— 1 : Fentb.n. FOR SALE— J also one J bull. Gentle. Algona. °RI?mNG 1 small— thpy '.«. rition and s + the Ad van FOR SALE—] China boars south of Jt Baas, West E FOR SALE milking Short months. — Ray phone Lone F FOR SALE— . best buildir Catholic chu Herbs t, Real : DUROC BOA Up to 200 14 head to p T. Stroebel, f FOR SALE Swiss cow mnnlho nlrl m itfA. iO^A 0 2-ycar-old Here- 5, 20 calves, 15 Loss, Algona. J2p3 OVE IN THE RA- duce better hogs.— Humboldt, phone 12(2)51tf ISED ROUND Oak alige shotgun.— In- Bros., phone !)75, 14p3 ALL KINDS OF il a card or call al t Elm. — Kenneth 17(2)13tf -MODERN Burtga- good location. — See t, Real Estate and 10u3 PRACTICAL nurs- me or mine. — Call rfrs. F. J. Weisbrod, Ilu3 GUERNSEY cows, -year-old Guernsey —Walter J. Barr, 17p3 ARGE JOBS OR all get careful at- illcd workmanship e. :<8tf UREBRED Poland 6 miles west. 4 '2 Igona. — Leonard end. 14p3-5 — REGISTERED lorn bulls up to 11 Kading, Fenton,. ock 418. 15pl-3 DNE OF Algona's g lots, paved, near ch. — See Joel M. state, Ins. 16(2)3 RS FOR SALE— pounds. Purebreds; :k from. — Henry lone Burt 4 on 87. 20p2-3 — ONE BROWN 4 bull calves, 7 FOR SALE-rELGlN. 50-.FT. wind, mill, $50.—'Jewell M. Patterson. 9u44tf FOR SALE—AUTOMATIC electric roaster and baker. Ken- inofe dc luxe carpet sweeper. Both in A-l condition.—300 E. Elm Street, Algpha. 12p3 WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework one or two hours per day, except Sun- clays.—Fred B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy, phone 71 or 500. lOultf LOST — BLACK AND ' WHITE trained cat. with black heart shape on right side. Reward. Missing since August.—Phone 417 Lone Rock, or write box 45, Lone Rock. . 25p3 FOR SALE—DUROC SPRING boars, to (he farmer who is demanding more .feeding quality in his hogs. These pigs will please. —W. J. Stewart, Burt, phone 4 on 96. 27(2)3tf KEEP THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much. We can prepare the kind you need quickly and at small cost Come in and. talk, over youi problems.—Advance Pub. Co. a ] - - . heifers, purobreds.—Jess Huff, Lu Verne. than dirt. G GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our service is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H. S. Fain, Humboldt, la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)51tf WANTED TO BUY — SADDLE. tJpn't have tb be t6o feood,— East.-Ejid Groc.,-phone 145. 12p3 — MAN'S 'GREENGOLD riri'gi''initial 'P' set in black onyx. Keepsake. Reward.—Paul Richardson, Algona., 16p3 STRAND TO MY PLACE Sep- ternber 13, Heifer, Weight about GSOolbs., Owner, rnay have same by .proving identity find paying for,. ndi — Lawrence Dittlricr, phphe 27F21. 25u3 WE FAY HIGHEST CASH price fbr used cars. .Any make, year or mode]. No'red tape, jilst bring your'car to Us .rind take honie a lot of cash. — W. E. Ley, Used Cars, La'kota, la. 2-3 4% HOME and BUSINESS : prbp- crlty Idans to purchase repair or refinance present loan. Pay any amount'any time. Lotlg convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assn. u46tf FOR SALE—PUREBRED- Chester White boars'. Big,,, thick ones With quality; sired 'by the Balancer and a 'son of Modern Trend.' New bloodlines .for old customers. — George Wolf, Lu Verne. . . 27(2)3U A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, sdrne real Berkshire fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price reasonable.Ben B. Studer, Wesley. 22(2)24tf AS A.CHRISTIAN AND NEIGH- bbr I wish to apologize to the Wm. Ethorington and Frank Kajewski families for any mental hardship which . may have been given .them due to a false rumor that we had accused them of stealing some 'pigs which disappeared from our -place about a month ago. — Ray Schilmoeller and family. 47p3 POtATOES-No. of Btirt. $3 per 100. TWO 280 Acres. 40 acres pnc worth of jn graveled ron ' Minnesota. F or ' $8'1 per ncro 320 Acre, sola. Two buildings. ccrct ing land, hast of so f county gravolcd roa' $1 1C Inn acre, on good These are real should be sold U, t .buyers looking at .further informal on Minnesota. H . W. T)«AY AM) Storage of All Lonj? Distiincc l 'Every load insured J loss and damage of Equipped to do all' hauling and drayins PHONE 298 -' 20p3-4 LARGE COBBLER POTATOES, $1.98 per IDO-lb. sack. Cheaper t your winter sup•»••.**> i_iiiw. »_« l_ >j J- VJ Hi. *¥JllLl_i OW|-/ ply. We have two carloads.— East End Gr > GOOD PRIN JOB PRINT do not fit _ print forms —Advance Al LOW cost NG — DON'T BE yotif business. Let us suited to your needs. Co. Pub. Forget-Me-Not Sale Dated — The V. F. W. Auxiliary' will conduct a Forget-Me-Not sale here Saturday. Proceeds go for SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFEH! 50 IBS. GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" ENRICHED FLOUR . REDEEM YOUR COUPON AT iFodd Market^ WESLEY,) IOWA with coupon from page 3 eery. Still another brother, Richard, entered service recently. Mrs. Drone at Hospital- Mrs. Fern Drone entered the ^_ Kossuth hospital Saturday. She j = had had teeth extracted, and an abscess formed. This broke outside after she was hospitalized, affording her great relief, but she was to remain at the hospital a few days longer. PUBLIC AUCT Jandls Now Have Home— The Anthony Jandls have had a house moved to their farm and are installing a new furnace. The house will be painted inside and T,pmr, -, i~, Lucille Genrich left Sunday to out, cupboards will be built in made before resume studies at (he State col-j and improvements 3ege She had spent three weeks the family moves at the parental Fred Genrich's. • Other Portland News. Mrs. Calvin Bristow and her Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona, spent Saturday night and Sunday at her daughter Mrs. I. W. Nelson's new daughter were brought home Saturday from the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Ralph Dugan and SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER! 50 IBS. GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" ENRICHED FLOUR REDEEM YOUR COUPON AT Bonacker's Food Market TITONKA. IOWA with coupon from page 3 RUPTURED? SEE THIS NEW PATENTED TRUSS No Straps - No Belts - No Buckles IS SANITARY—(Can be washed.) Has big flat soft pad. (Concaved on inside) designed to cover rupture openings and hold muscles together at all times, while working, lifting walking or swimming. CAN NOT SLIP. Reason should tell you not to PRESS a KNOB or BULB into the already enlarged hernia opening to make it worse. PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND INCOME Des Moines man says: "Sixty days ago I was fitted with a Dobbs Truss and am WELL SATISFIED. My old truss would not allow me to lift anything and would let rupture come out two or three times a day. Now I can lift 100 pounds and do not have to stop for re-adjustment at any time." A. B. Carlon, 1121-8th Street. Des Moines Iowa, July 27, 1944. Why let a poor fitting truss cripple you? Factory authorized rep., Mr. Smith, coming to Algona FRIDAY, S€PT. 29 HOTEL ALGONA HOURS . 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. CLIP THIS AD. TELL YOUR FRIENDS FREE DEMONSTRATION NO OBLIGATION H As I am leaving the farm I will sell at public auction on /October Two miles west of Algona on old No. 18 at the corner south of Hobarton. Commencing at 1 O'clock TEAM OF HORSES 18 Head of Cattle 8 S 5 milk cows with 3 calves by side, 3 Shorthorn heifers. 12 Head of Sheep 30 head of feeding lambs. 12 | Machinery and Household Goods g Harness, walking plow, disc, wagon, planter, s p r e a der, g vice, electric brooder, lard press, butchering kettle, a tank S heater, pullets. 1; n ,, *i g Rugs, bedroom suite, beds, dressing table, cabinets, end 1 g table, coffee table, mirrors, dishes, and other art cles too nu- H HI rnerous to mention. g Also a few dresses, suits an d coats, in Very goojd condition, = sizes 12 to 14. A.D. L. A. MATERN, Auctioneer Illlllllllllilllllllllllllll An Ideal 2-lb. P&G SOAP 4 for 19c OXYDOL 23c Blue Barrel Soap 2 for 19c SOCIAL feKRG'AiN "6WER! 50 LBS. GOLD MEDA , "KITCHEN TESTED" .,*_•*_' ****j*'*S/' m Betty Crocker Snowflake Cake Recipes in each sack with coupon from page 3 Choice Fruits and Vegetables Fancy , . NO. 1 TOKAY RED TRIUMPH SWEET POTATOES ... SUNKIST ORANGES,, „, NO. 1 JONATHAN APPLES C His. i 15-lli.j . pc.ck' 3 iiis. j for I . do/. 2 His. I MEATS FOR FALL SWIFT'S ESSEX ISSS . SWIFT'S SLICED DRIED BEEF..... SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE SWIFT'S PREM. BRAUSCHWE1GER SWIFT'S PREM. 12 ° . i-ll). carton w«| t t • ••••••••••••** VEAL, FRESH CHltKENS, ASTERS BUCK PEPPER Jack Snratt 46-oz. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Campbell's TOMATO SOUP . Ambassador TOILET TISSUE Northern NORTHERN TOWEIS.. 2 29c 3 for 25c for Country t FANCY CORN WE* BAY PEAS Jaclc Sprat Tall •Cans PORK & BEANS .1 Jack Sprat Quick or Reg. URGE OATS WffiATllS 2<« 'E.rly Jim. 1S« W cans'

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