Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1944 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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"PAGE FOUB ADVANCE BOUQUET , FROM EXAM BOARD "That was a mighty nice 'play' you gave us last week on our AAF 'exam' board coming to your city," writes Sgt. Leo Mores, of the war recruiting district office at Des Moines. But here's the Stinger for Kossuth boys of eligible age who fail to take notice of such announcements and act accordingly: "With a front page story like that, these youths can't have any excuse of not knowing what they could have enlisted in before being drafted." Sergeant Mores is publisher of the Harlan Tribune on service leave. Lu Verne Boy Meets . a N u r s e in France Lu Verne, Oct. 4—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hinz. east of town farmers, have received news from their son F.-Sgt. Francis Hinz,, sdying he was among the Amor- j ican forces in France. He added I that at a recent Red Cross meet- [ ing he met at Iowa girl, a Red Cross nurse named Merry' James who hails from Hampton. Ask Bob Hope-he knows! WANTS FOR SALE— WHEEL CHAIR.— ! Leo Hanig. Wesley. 7p4-5 j WANTED— CORN-PICKING BY ! hand, three men. — Inquire ! Wallburg's Camp. 10p4 i FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spot- tel Poland China boars. — Fred De Vries, Titonka. 10p4-5 FOR SALE— F-12 TRACTOR and cultivator. Al condition. — J. A. j Volentine, Burt. ' 10p4 i WANTED TO BUY— 100 Austra- white pullets. — R. F. Hawcott, Burt, phone 12-9-3. 12p4-5 j FOR SALE— FORD V-8 Fordor, | 1936 model, four new tires. — ! Jess Huff, Lu Verne. 12p4 | MARRIED MAN WANTED FOR j general farm work. — P. M. ' Christenson, Lone Rock. 9u3tf "/"\NLY when you see'the Vv laughter mixed XVith tears will you know how much the U.S.O. Camp Shows 'mean to our fighting forces at the battle fronts," says Bob Hope. "As far as morale is concerned the shows are just about as importanttomen ' As foo'd, clothing or medicine." What you give to ytiur local 'Community War Fund for the National War Fund campaign is the sole support of the U.S.O. and other w.orthy causes..We can't let them down now! Won't you make your contribution a big one? FOR SALE—SINGLE-ROW corn picker, McCormick - Deering No. 3.—Donald Weaver, Rt. 2, Box 68, Algona. 12p4 FOR SALE—ALL WOOL COAT and skiis, size 10; also pair of while rabbits.—Write Box 53, Lone Rock. 18p4 WILL SOME ALGONA woman who will do washings for local couple please phone 662? g'3-4 FOR SALE—6-ROOM HOUSE, insulated, paved.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 13(2)4 FOR SALE — REGISTER ED Brown Swiss bulls, 8 t'o 17 mos. old.—John Bockes, Lu Verne. 14p2-4 FOR SALE—2 YEARLING colts, or will trade for heifer calves. —Frank Boever, Ledyard. 13p4-5 MALE HELP . WANTED—Inside work, $35.00 per week, willing to learn.—Inquire Advance 12u4tf FOR SALE—42-FT. GALVAN- ized John Deere elevator with hoist. A-l condition. — Orville Koppen, Lakota. 12p4 4% HOME and BUSINESS property loans to purchase repair or refinance present loan. Pay any amount any time. Long convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assn. u46tf FOR SALE — ONE BROWN 'Swiss cow;. 4 bull calves, "7 months' old and younger; 2 s'mali heifers, purebreds.—Jess Huff, Lu Verne. 20p3-4 NOTICE — RE-OPENING HAR- ness shop at Burt. Will repair harness and shoes. Carry a full line of harness goods. — L. R. Daniels, Burt. 20p4-5 WANTED — RELIABLE MAN to represent a well established company for Algona territory. Selling experience preferred but not necessary. Call evenings.— Victor Smith, Hotel Algona. 21p4; . KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, WANTED-^FILLING : STATION «peTat6r.—trtquire Advance. GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs 'require. More. , "pur serylcfe is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H.: S.'.Fain,' Humboldt, la. Ph6rie 297^1. .25(2)51tf KEEP THE RECORDS Straight! The right, form helps so much. We can prepare the kind you neetf cfuidkly "and'at small cdst Come in and talk ., river youi problems.—Advance Pub. Go. FOR SALE—PUREBRED ' Chester White boars. Big, thick ones With quality; Sired toy the Balancer and a son of Modern Trend. New bloodlines for old customers. — Ge6rge Wolf, Lu Verne. 27(2)3tf ESTRAY NOTICE—EIGHTEEN hogs which invaded my bean field have been taken up, and the owner is hereby notified to call for them and ; rttle f6r their damage and keep.—Fred Schoby, Algona P. O. 34p4 FOR SALE — REGISTERED Hereford bulls, big enough for service; also some grades. Registered Hampshire boars, all ages; 150-450- Ibs. Special prices on good off marked boars.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 32p4-7 SALESMAN—TO COVER IN- dustrial and farm trade with nationally known line of lubricating oils, paints, and roofing. N Preferred gasoline ration and immediate steady income for man with car. Central Petroleum Company,,581 Standard Building, Clef el and, Ohio. p4 FOR SALE — OR. OLSON'S 6- robm home 'at 631 S; Jones. One bedroom and half-bath down- Stairs, 2 bedrooms and bath upstairs, well built and in fine con- 'dition; insulated, not 'old. A builder would agree a good buy at $7,500.00. Buy and rent at top rent.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 40(2)4 WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR thanks to the friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. Also for the beautiful floral offerings and the special singing rendered at the church. Your thoughtfulness will long be remembered.—E. G. Ely and children. 50p4 FOR SALE—FOUR HOLSTEIN heifers, nine months old; one team black mare's,"well broke, wt. 2800 .Ibs.—Ralph Brown, Algona, phone 3F14. ~22p4-5 FOR SALE—MEDIUM SIZE circulating heater in good shape. —See Alvis Hill, 610 W. Call St. 12p4 LOST—ONE BLACK COW, two speckle face heifers. — Wayne Wickwire, Algona, Tel. 14F13. 12p4 FOR SALE—50-FT. WINDMILL and two young bulls, one Polled Shorthorn.—F. P. McMahon, Sexton. 16p4-5 WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tioruwiil produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51ti FOR SALE—GOOD 1936 Plym- 'outh coupe, good tires. — Mrs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock, phone 3803. 12p4 WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or call at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf FOR SALE — THREE-PIECE girl's snow suit, size 3, pink.— Mrs. M. O. Simpson, Whiltemore, phone 2170. 14p4-5 FOR SALE —TWO SHETLAND ponies, five months old; also one nine years old. — Charlie WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework one or two hours per day, except Sundays.—Fred B. Timm, 210 E: Kennedy, phone 71 or 500. 19ultf FOR SALE — 100 WHITE Leg : horri year-old 'hens. Blood test-; ed, vaccinated for chicken pox.— Hatchery flock.—Earl Angle, 6 mi. east of Algona, Highway 18. FOR SALE—ZENITH 6-TUBE battery radio. — DeLuxe 6V Windcharger; Maytag gas engine.—6 mi. north and 2 west of Algona.—Henry Engstrom, Burt, ,18p4 FARMS FOR SALE—480 acres, east of Burt. Fair improve-1 ments. Nearly all'tillable. Priced' fox quick sale, $90. No trades,— Iowa Farms Co., Fort Dodge. 22u4-5 FOR SALE—DUROC SPRING boars, to the 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 A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, some real Berkshire fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price reasonable.Ben B. Studer. Wesley. 22(2)24tf Stroebel, Titonka. 12p4 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Poland China boars; 6 miles west, 4l-> south of Algona. — Leonard Baas, West Bend. 14p3-5 PRINTING LARGE JOBS OR small—thpy all get careful attention and skilled workmanship •4* the Advance. 38tf FOR SALE—BLACK ANGUS bull, purebred, 2 years old.— Howard Lunbery, Algona, 6'/2 miles northeast Algona. 15pi WANTED—WOMAN or girl for general housework, steady em- . ployment, good wages.—Mrs. M. G. Bourne, phone 194, Algona. 14u4 LOST—BLACK COCKER Spaniel, five months old, answers to the name of Dusty. Reward.— Beecher Lane, Pratt Electric Co. 18p4 FOR SALE — SOME CHOICE Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered.—Everett Mueller, 1 ' : > miles north of Fenton on highway 44. 34p4-7 GOOD PRINTING AT LOW cost JOB PRINTING — DON'T BE dp not fit your business. Let us print forms suited to your needs. —Advance Pub. Co. LARGE COBBLER POTATOES, $1.98 per 100-lb. sack. Cheaper than dirt. Get your winter supply. We have two carloads.— East End Grocery. 4 Desirable Small Farms For Sale QUICK SALE WANTED on improved 52 acres, Webster and Clarion soil, drained, on pavement, only 1 mile from schools, churches, markets, $6,000.00 above'encumbrance buys. 60 A. HIGHLY IMPROVED I farm, well drained. Clarion and I Webster soil; with large, fine-finished, modernly equipped house, good barn, granary and corn crib, hog and poultry houses, etc., elec« irified; adjoins town .with 'modern school, churches, good markets; $15,000.00 above encumbrance buys, or arrange with owner. Real opportunities for intensive i poultry and stock farmers; 'or one wishing to farm on smaller scale and enjoy advantage of both town and country. Inquire further of REALTOR 110 So. Dodge Sl« Algona. Iowa FOR FINE FOODS At LOW COST! ||FOOD STORES I ••^••••••HOHM tM Ulll IllUtil I ,ldl.( Ill 10 Jane Parker 100% SUGARED DONUTS! Doz. Cln. 17c Join in A&P's 85th Anniversary Celebration by buying scores of delicious, money-saving .foods. You'll find a wider selection at your AP . . . priced to save -you pennies each day, dollars each week. Check the Anniversary items fealured here . . . make up your shopping list now! You, loo, will agree that "It's Time lo Turn to A&P" for the nation's finest in foods! Sunnyfield Enriched, Dependable FLOUR-. ..... 5 £ gb 2.10 Slaley's Creamed CORN STARCH ..... S 7c For Delicious Beverages and Baking " ' IONA COCOA . Fresh From Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS . l ± 9c Mr. Farmer: We Pay Highest Prices for Eggs Fancy Skinless, Delicious, Juicy FRANKFURTERS ., U. S. Nn. 1 Fancy Michigan JONATHAN APPLES Idaho SPANISH ONIONS Northern Grown COBBLER POTATOES . . i)>. 35C Inisliel A OA ... 1 .59 100-lb. . . Itng Clapp's Assorted Strained (not rationed) BABY FOODS 4 L OZ 7c 'Clapp's Instant Cereal or OATMEAL 2 J£ 27c Ann Page Pure GRAPE JAM '?£: 39c White Sail LIQUID BLUE ££• 20 Mule Team BORAX Toilet. Soan SWEETHEART .. Mb. f ff p . pkg. J.WV 3 reg, , cakes Bath size cake lie 20c EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3-LB, BAG 59c White House Vitamin "D" MILK vaporated ALL CA1 s 1 pt. ea 26c Evaporated 3 TALL CANS plus 1 pt. each Facial Soar> WOODBURY'S cakes 24c GIVE TO, HELP. THOSE WHO HAVE HELPED US Every dollar that you contribute to the National War Fund is aid 16 our allies ???. ^ - pwn ^serving. Fpr the great 1944 National War Fund, representing 19 P a J or war philanthropies provides mater- lal and spiritual assistance. A&P FOOD STORES Riaht to Limit QuantitUs Re»ry«d. I t ^ This advertisement is intended for farmers who Intetirt to hold n Jin Mic sale this winter, and »«, is to provide a form calling for everything the printer will licert to fcmke n good bill and a good m i csted farmers should clip this advertisement and save it till tlicy nc,ed It, When you are ready, tost fin this form and take it to your printer. "" Form for Sale Bill aiid Advertisement 1— It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to ing and move to town." Give your reason here: ------------ .'_ ---- ---------------------- 2—Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "Five n northwest of Algona"—say, "Four'miles west and One mile north of Algona") 3—Give day and date of sale _ 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 5—What about lunch, if any? 1 6—How many horses? Describe each 'animal, with weight and age, and if you have any ofJ standing horse? or teams give particulars , ; '/—How many cattle? . Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy purebred, or good grade beef'cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. 8—How many hogs? uo as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to know j self if you were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to i out. Let the printer sweat favours is a long bill—the price will be the same anyhow , 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? . 12—Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete Hat. In these automobile days a | stone may fetch a buyer ten miles away 13—Miscellaneous 14 _ S ee your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many mbntha? 15—How many bills dc you want? (The usual number is 100),-_ 16—How large an ad do you want? the Wires 8 ett.« g the type , considerably cheaper, but your WwUl S'JL^Lj w B6t °?, ly * he - a * W4 «Wfc print 'WJUl from the seme type. mended for sale where considerable rb *"' UBUal ii2e < •»«*"• arrangement * not considerable prbperty to be sod 17—Your name. 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk DO see your the south 16 townahlpe they want, and one Clip tlU. adTertlseineat »** p,t | t wUe re m ea» fl B fl H throughout WMW^^J^^lSaS-^.W |am «, • - * h " »utowQWle far Wrf tHi»^ »6t^ng of t)r»velJ»8 »•*%£» » p»y BMUiy time* T «ie expensSpt •» aav«rtlBement IB w» fet ready to prepare copy 'or

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