Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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r PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONAi IOWA ALGONA YOUTH IN A PICTURE OF GEN, CLARK Chester Long Serves on Staff of Famed Commander. NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL No. 5209 State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, September Term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last'Will and Testament of John R, Johnson, deceased, dated December 29, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 13th clay of November, 1944 is fixed for hearing propt 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. m. of the day above mentioned all persons iiitereSKd are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 18th, 1944, (Seal) HELEN WHITE. 6-8 Clerk of District Court. FOR SALE—BOY'S BIKE; new tires, bearings, seat and pedals.—Phone 19F2, Algona. I7p6 Mrs. Chester H. Long, who since last Christmas time, or thereabouts, has linen Retting acquainted with various points in the far west, wrote from Centralia, Wash., under recent dale to have her son Cant. Chester H. Long Jr.'s Algona papers renewed. Enclosed with the letter was a clipping-discovered by Chester's sister Gertrude in a Now Orleans »•»»»+»»•»»••»«•»••«•»•• newspaper giving n picture of Lt.-Gon. Mark Clark, of the American forces in Italy, when he entered Rome, accompanied by Chester and three other soldiers. The same picture was shown . in movie news reels, and Chester appeared seated behind General Clark in what appears to be a F QR SALE—3 OR 4 MILK cows, WANTS FOR SALE—CHESTER WHITE boars.—Claude Seely, Ringsted, la. 7u6-7 jeep. Chester was at the time on 'lend/lease' to the general. Captain in Photo Group. Mrs. Long went on with a letter as follows which will interest all her many Algona friends: "Captain Long's present location is unknown. His initial duty as group photo officer, which he had held a year, lias developed into a principal duty, his light-man photo section, because of efficient work in operational aerial development, processing, and public relations work, having been picked to do tactical laboratory work on a large scale. Expensive Equipment. "Thousands of dollars worth of equipment have been added to the group's facilities, also 20 more men. Prior to this large- scale addition the group already had a $20,OnO photo-trailer and thousands of dollars worth of equipment. Installation of the new equipment was made under supervision of Lt. Col. Hal Roach (Hollywood producer), who was there for the purpose of setting up an operational system. "Chester is an A-c intelligence officer and war photographer, also a trial judge advocate for his group. Son-in-Law in Service Too. "My son-in-law, Lt. (j. g.) W. F. Clow, is now located at the navy provision pier, San Francisco. Gertrude and the children are at Grand Rapids, Mich. "I believe I am at last becom- t. b. and Bangs tested. — John Ruger. Ilp6 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Duroc Jersey boars.—George Wildin, Algona. 9p6 LOST ON STATE STREET Monday—Beige kid glove.—Phone 752— or 2G4. 12u6 FOR SALE—36-FT. GRAIN ele- vato with hoist.—James Coady, Burl, phone 3 on 97. 12p6 FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE 3- bottom 14-in. tractor plow— Menno Limberg, Buffalo Center, 2 mi. W. and 2 South. 18p6 FOR SALE—TRUCK CHAINS, 825x20, 750x20, 32x6, 750x16, 600x16.—Coast to Coast Store. 'FOR SALE—PUREBRED FOR SALE—UPRIGHT Schiller piano. Excellent condition. May be seen at 203 E. Elm, Mrs,. C. H. Simpson, ph. 571J. 17p(i FOR SALE—THREE-YEAR-OLD Spotted pony, weight 800 Ibs. Well broke to ride. — Ralph Brown, Algona. Phone 3F14. 28p6-7 FOR SALE—50-F.T, SANDWICH elevator with wagon lift, all re- 'built. — Mertz Implement' Co., West Bend. ' 13u6 47 0 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. .u46lf MECHANICS AS WELL AS IN- experienced men wanted. Steady empii.yment, good wages. —Inquire at office, Kent Motor Cc. l.'uatf TWO SPINETS AND one Cable —Midgets; like new condition; priced for quick sale. — Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, la. " 20pG FOR SALE—SPOTTED Poland China boars, registered, new bloodlines.—Henry Muller, 5Va miles west, one mile north of Algona. 20p6-7 FOR SALE—150 NEW HAMP- shire red pullets, wormed and vaccinated, starting to lay.—Herman Becker, 1 mile east of Irvington. 18pG FOR SALE — SOME CHOICE Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered.—Everett Mueller, H-> miles north of Fenton on highway 44. 34p4-7 WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework one or two hours per day, except Sundays.—Fred B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy, phone 71 o r 500. 19ultf JUST RECEIVED—CAR of Long Bell creosoted poles 16 to 30 ft. Also car of heavy woven wire, arb wire, and steel posts.—J. C. Vlawdsley, Irvington, Ph. 14F22. 25p6-7 FOR SALE—MONARCH Malleable all white range.—Call Reporter office, Fenton. g6 FOR SALE—BICYCLE TIRES, 26.125, $1.79; bicycle tubes, 98c, balloon.—Coast to Coast Store. LOST—TWO DESK DRAWERS, between Lu Verne and Wesley. —Finder please call 3761 Wesley. 13u5-6 FOR SALE—REGISTERED black Poland boar pigs. — Reilly Bros., Lone Rock, phone 204. 12p6-8 MALE HELP WANTED—Inside work, $35.00 per week, willing to learn.—Inquire Advance. 12u4t FOR SALE—PUREBRED Duroc boars.—John F. Weber, Irving ton. Phone 15F22, Algona. 10p6-' ing acclimated to the cool, foggy weather of Washington, which at first I thought was terrible. However, the sun really doesn't yet shine enough here to suit me, but this could be just a natural reaction of my own, after having spent a winter in 'sunny Arizona.' Visil Wiih the Taylors. "A short time ago I spent a few days at the Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor's 'Dun Movin' cottage, and I had a fine visit. Mr. Taylor is making splendid recovery from his recent illness. " 'Dun Movin" is a modern seven-room cottage There are five sleeping rooms, bath, a large, pleasant living room, kitchen, and bn.akfast nook, with a beautiful view of the ocean (en clear days). It happened that during the time I was there the fog cut off the ocean view, but I could be aware of its presence because of the deep-throated sound of fog horns and the gentle lapping of the waves on the shore. "Most of the cottages on this beach are finished on the outside with natural shingles, which, after a few years' seasoning from the salt sea breeze become toned down to a soft grey tint. "This Tolovana Beach is only a few hours' drive from Portland, and a grand retreat for the Taylors. Also Visited Taylor Daughter. "I also visited Naomi Taylor- Pate at Vancouver, Wash., where she teaches in one of the high schools while her husband is serving in an army medical corps. "Last spring, while I was in California, I enjoyed a visit with Mary (Mrs. Frank) Henderson her son Melvin, and his family at Pomona. Mary is doing a fine job at the California Junior Republic boys' school, and is happy in her work. "I hope to return to Algona, a least by next summer. My plans for the winter arc indefinite." * Kossuth-Girl Joins an Ames Glee Club FOR SALE—NEW IDEA trac tor spreader, new this spring.— John R. Ruger, 1 mi. N. of Wes ley. 15p( FOR SALE—ONE FARROWING, house, 12x18x4 ft. sides, 2-in. floor, 4 roof windows, wood shingles; 1936 V8 body and radiator, all Al condition.—Ed Arend, 3 miles S. % W. Sexton. 25p6 GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our servict is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H. S. Fain, Humboldt, la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)51tf 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 ter White boars. Big, thick ones with quality; sired 'by the Balancer and a son of Modern Trend. New bloodlines for old Wolf, Lu 27(2)3tf Ches-1WANTBD-GIRL. OR MIDDLE CHes | WA« woman fdr housework , • bonus every six customers. — George Verne. ' GOOD USED CARS—1941 Olds Sedanette; 1941 Stude. Champ, coach, 1940' Ford coach; 1939 Zephyr sedan; 1936 Ford coach; 1935• Plymouth sedan; 1935 Ford coach. We buy and sell; we. trade used' cars.—W. E. Ley, Lakota, la. u6 FOR SALE—P. B. spring, and fall Duroc boars; also my stock- hog. Broad back, low down, easy feeders. New bloodlines for old customers. Farmers prices. Half mile south, 4'/z west of Titonka, phone Burt 8 on 94.—Paul Krueger. 82p5-9 OR SALE—DUROC SPRING boars, to the,farmer who is de- nanding 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 FOR SALE—DUROC JERSEY •Boars with wide backs and good loins. Have unrelated blood for old customers.—W. H. Helmke & Son, 2 miles N 1 E. of Renwick, la. 25p6-10 "HOME MIXING PAYS" The poultry feeder who has home grains can often lower, feed costs and increase egg profits by making his own egg mash if he is careful to provide the essential proteins, vitamins and minerals of the proper quality and in the right amounts. BIG GAIN 32% POULTRY CONCENTRATE is especially made to abundantly provide the proper proportions of high quality, proteins vitamins and minerals needed in all egg mashes. Suggested formula for maximum egg production and the tops in egg profits, feed 150 Ibs. BIG GAIN POULTRY CONCENTRATE 175 Ibs. Ground Corn 175 Ibs. Ground Oats Whittemor* Produce. Whiite- more. Ulfer's Stockyards, Algona. Wellendorf Hatchery, Algona FOR SALE—1935 FORD V-8 Mud grip tires. New paint.— Phone 19F2 Algona, evenings only. 15p6 WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt,. phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Howlett & Sons, 6 miles south and one mile east of Britt. 15uotf DWELLINGS . HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R. S. Blossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or call a1 house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf WANT TO BUY—SET OF scrapers for rear wheels of F-20 ractor. — John Schnakenberg, rvington. 14p6 Ames, Octi 14—Mary, claughte; of Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. McWhor ter, Burt, sings in the mezzo-so prano section of the Iowa State college Women's Glee club. Th club appears each Sunday at Ves pers services in Great Hall at th college Memorial Union, and an nually in Hendel's "Messiah." The club's yearly pogram will b> given in March. SERVICE COURTESY. Swea City, Oct. 17—At the Sun day morning Baptist service las week Sunday the congregation voted to send a year's subscrip tion to the Christian Digest t each service man or woman 01 the church honor roll as a Christ mas gift. HAMMER TAKEN SATURDAY from west side of Advance of- ice.—Please return to Advance or owner. g5 BOY WANTS OFFICE JOB, high school business course gradu- Ue. — Everett Vigclal, phone 481-J, Algona. 12p6 REGISTERED DUROC BOARS for sale. Championship blood- ines at farmer's prices.—Joseph stork, Bancroft. 12p5-C FALL VALUES FOR SALE—1932 CHEVROLET truck, 6 new tires. — Alex Ezarski, Wesley, IVz mi. N. on old pavement. 16p5-6 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hampshire boars. One mile west, 6 miles north of Wesley. — Ubbe Meyer, Wesley Rt. 2. 15u5tf RUPTUR€ SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algona, Iowa, at Hotel Algona, on Friday, Oct. 27th from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. I have been supplying my shields to rupture sufferers in this territory for ten years and longer. I have fitted thousands of cases in the United States during this time. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rup- tue may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See Hoffmann." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Minn. G. E. 25 Watt House Bulbs 2 for 15c For All Style Cars All Rubber Felt Mat $2.79, $2.98, $3.49 Heater Hose 9c foot Heater Motor $2.49 51.00 Value Anti Freeze 79c gal. Tractor T/ainns Clear Window Glass 8x10, 6c Coast to Coast Electric Fencers $9.95 Stair Treads 2 for 15c 17 ft. pkff. Weatherstrip 9c Men's 4 Buckle All Rubbe Overshoes $3.49 Boys' AH Rubber $2.49 each Tractor Pillows 59c 5 Gal. Lots Barn Paint $1.25 gal. 39 Plate, Ford Only Batteries $4.95 ex. 12 months guarantee Window Fabric 25c yd. Flex-o-Glass 35c yd. Overshoes $2.98 33-38-39 Ford Heaters $6.95 Oil and Lead 100% Barn Paint $1.79 gal. Ever-ready Batteries $2.25 Ail Rubber Relines $2.39 Big Boy Tire Pumps Coast-To-Coast Store High wages, n«..~~ -•--•v -.r.- months, private room and oatn, no laundry* Permanent, placei if satisfactory.—Mrs. Carl Fantle, Ft. Dodge. 26u6 ' 7 FOR SALE—PUREBRED CHES- ter. White boars; good individuals, priced to sell New _ blood for old customers. Vaccinated and guaranteed.—Harm H. Huisinga, 4 miles south nnd VA miles west of Buffalo Center, phone 10F67. 30u6tf FOR SALE—N. W. QUARTER Sec. 24 ( Sherman.township; 2',fc miles N. W. Lu Verne. All tillable, best'of soil, fair .buildings, tiled, good graveled road, $135 acre. Rettted for 1945.—J. E. Willey, Algona. 28p6 TWO REAL FARM BOYS 280 Acrei.. 240 acres cultivated 40 acres pasture and hay, $15,000 worth df; modern buildings. All fine land, and soil. Electricity in $85 Per acre. Go, 320 Acres. 12 sola. Two verv buildings. Eleclri ing land, best O f soil" county "- ' • ' 'i'.r should he sold I buyers looking a .further information farms and inn n tirstl 'nom on located in northern T all buildings. Near town, located southern """ on graveled -, road, 26 miles in Minnesota. For early sale, only see—W. H. Minnesota. Sunkist, Large Size Orange* 49c APPLES* APPLES! Per Bu. . 3.39 Per Bu. . 3.39 Per Bu. . . 3.29 Hills Bros. Mb. Jar 27c Delicious Johnathans Snow Apples Skippy PEANUT BUTTER 1-lb. jar 29c Van Camp's MILK. Hershey's Russet 10 Lbs. Sofia Silk CAKE FLOUR i,9c 25c 14c Argo CORN STARCH ' 6c Arm & Hammer Sweet Potatoes . Rutabagas Idaho ONIONS Pomegranates Fresh Pineapples . Kieffer P€ARS 4 Lbs. I n.i.111 of. n SODA liox 6c Per Lb. 3c 50-lb. Bag . 98e Each lOc Each Fruit Cake MIX . 29c 2-lb. FRUITCAKE 1 Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS . J : ; 29c Per Bu. i-ib. 19c > •+** A^*«« 1.98 I Sunshine HI HO .. Campbell's TOMATO SOUP nUNtY . . y% ffiillon I -Cv emsco, SPRY ';,:: 69c r; OMAR FLOUR 50 LB. BAG ... 1 .98 25LB.BAG 1.09 10 LB. BAG ... 49c 5LB.BAG ... 29c Block Salt QUALITY MEATS Sirloin Steak Ib 27c Kraft Parkay Cheese 2lb. box 27c 76c OysterShells 69c Bring in Your Gold Medal Flour Coupons GOOD FOR 25c ON 50,LB. SACK OF GOLD MEDAL: FLOUR Skinless Wieners Ib. 29c Ib. 29c . 29c . 29c Morrell's Snack . 29c Swifc'i Prem

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