Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 10
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PAGE SIX .KOSS.UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA NEWS OF SWEA & EAGLE BOYS SERVINGU.S. Swea-Eaglc Twps., Nov. 13— Reuben, son of Philip Holcomb, and Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson, left Monday from Algona for Fort Snelling for induction into the army. Reuben is a 1943 graduate of Svvea City high school, and Keith a. this year's graduate. The boys had been employed on their respective father's farms. Lawrence Hanson, S.-lc, is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents. He has 'been in training at S?n Diego, Calif, but now goes to Norman, Okla. | Pvt: Alvin L. Larson, of Camp | McCoy, Wis., is spending a fur-' lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson. Visitor From Florida Here— Mrs. Loren Bycrs, of Orlando, Fla., arrived last week Wedncs- .day at Armstrong, and was met there by Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg. She has also been visiting her husband's mother, Mrs. Sadie Anderson, S\vea City. Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Jongberg left Monday by bus from Fairmont for St. Paul, Minn., to visit Mrs. Byers' daughter and the hitter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wickstrom, who have :'. two weeks old daughter. Guild to Meet Friday— The Baptist Guild will meet this week Friday, hostesses Mes- dr.mes Otto and Virgil Johnson arid Mrs. George Butter-field Sr. A Thanksgiving program will be given; leader, Mrs. Dale Reed; music, Mrs. Clarence Hunt. Farmer Has an Accident — John Ecklund, who suffered a slight concussion and a badly injured hip in a fall while he was doing some repairing on a corn crib at. his fjrm one day last week, is now able to be up and about the house. Mrs. Nora Olson who has been | stationed at Luke Field, Phoenix, Ariz., has been moved to an aviation field near Fresno, Calif. The Eagle township Aid met last week Tuesday at Mrs. Dillard Bishop's, and assisting hostesses were Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. John Johnson. I The Philip Holcombs recently' had relatives as guests at Sunday dinner in honor of the son Reuben, who was leaving for the army. j . IDLE MONEY IN BANKS SHOULD WORK FOR . VICTORY in WAR BONDS across the following described ! public lands, highways, streams ! and private lands: i TRANSMISSION LINES IN KOSSUTH COUNTY (7200 VOLT, SINGLE PHASE, ! WYE CONNECTED, MULTI- GROUNDED) I Beginning at the northeast corner of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township Ninety - seven (97) North, Range Twenty-cipht (28), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; thence west on the highway on the north line of said Section Twenty-eight (28), one- half (V:>) mile; and beginning at the northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter (NEVp of Section Thirty-four (34), said Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the north and south cenlerlino of said Section Thirty-four (34), one (1) mile. Beginning at the southeast corner of Section Thirty-two. (32), Township Ninety-six (96), North Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Thirty-two (32), and Section Twenty-nine (29), said Township and Range, one and three-fourths (1%) miles; and be-| ginning at the southwest corner, of said Section Thirty-two (32),' thence north on the highway on | the west line of said Section i Thirty-two (32), and said Section 1 Twenty-nine (29), two (2) miles; i and beginning at the southeast corner of Section Thirty (30), said Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the south ' line of said Section Thirty (30), seven-eighths (%) of a mile. Beginning at the southwest corner of Section Thirty (30), Township Ninety-five (95), North Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., thence north on the highway on the west line of said Section Thirty (30), and Sections Nineteen (19), Eighteen (18), Seven (7) and Six (6), said i Township and Range, five (5) miles; thence cast on the highway on the north line of said Section Six (6), and Section Five (5), said Township and Range, Two (2) miles; and beginning at the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of said Section Six ((j), thence cast on the highway on the east and west, .centerline of. said Section Six (6), one (l).mile; and'begin- ning at the southwest corner of said Section Six (6), thence east on the highway on the south line of said Section Six (6), and said Section Five (5), one and one- eighth .(1%) miles; !and beginning' at. the northwest corner of Section Eighteen (18), said Township and Range, thence east on the highway on the north line of said Section Eighteen (18), and i Section' Seventeen (17), said I Township and Range, One and | five-eighths (1%), miles; and b,e-j ginning at the northeast cornexj of said Section .Eighteen (18), thence • south on th'el highway on the east line of' said Section j Eighteen (18), three-fourths (%) ; of a mile; and beginning at the j southwest corner -of said Section j Eighteen (18), thence.east on the j highway on the south line of said Section Eighteen (18), one-fourth (i/4) of a mile; and beginning at the southwest corner of Section Thirty-four (34), said Township and -Range, thence east on the highway on the south line of said Section Thirty-four (34), thirteen- sixteenths (13/16) of a mile, thence north on a north and south highway in the east half of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of said Section Thirty-four (34) three-eighths ,(%) of a mile. Beginning at the northeast corner of Section One (1), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Thirty (30) West, of the 5th P. M., thence west on the highway on the north line of 'said Section One (1), and Section Two . (2), said Township and Range, one and five-eighths (1%) miles; and beginning at the northwest corner of the said Section One (1) thence south on the highway on the west line of said Section One (1), one-half (te) mile;'and beginning at the southwest Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE'/O of the Southwest Quarter (SWto) of Section Twenty-seven (27), said' Township and Range, thence east on the highway on-the south line of 'said Section Twenty-seven. (27), and Section Twenty-six (20), | ; said Township and Range, one 1 and five-eighths (1%) miles; and, •beginning at the northeast corner of Section Twelve (12), said Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the north Mine of said Section Twelve (12), /three-eighths (%) of a mile. I Beginning seven- sixteenths 1 (7/16) of a mile west of the. northeast corner of the Section Four (4) Township Ninety-four j (94) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., thence south on a north and south highway through the west half (wVfe) of the east half (E'/fc) of said Section Four (4), one-half (Vfe> mile; and beginning at the northeast corner, of Section Ten (10), said Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the cast line of said Section Ten (10), one- eighth (%) mile. Beginning at the northwest corner of Section Five (5), Township Ninety - four (94) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., thence south on the highway on the west line of said Section Five (5) one-eighth 0/ 3 ) mile; Mnd beginning at the northwest Corner of Section Thirty (30), said Township and Range, thence east on the highway on the north line .of said Section Thirty (30), five-eighths (%) of a mile.' The Board of Supervisors has fixcd 10:0 at , and nlaco f ' Io petition. r " Any objections to IK ' of such franchkp tlw l writing and ft with this Board ,1 , w days before d Board Attest: L- J. IMMKRFAir County Auditor ^ Bounty, I (wa (Klior Mrs. Nora Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olson, and the Vergil Jon- sntv. v/cre Friday evening dinner guests at O. A. Jcnson's. The John Jongher.sis and Mrs. Fayc Jnna'bcrg were Sunday dinner guests at Emil Larson's. Cpl. Thomas M. Olson, son of OFFICIAL NOTICF. BEFORE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KOSSUTII COUNTY, IOWA. TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given thai, a petition lor p franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, CUV wires, towers, cable, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative, Humboldt, Iowa, in the office of the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission iinc over, along and "WHEN YOU BAKE BREAD, FOLLOW THE RECIPE BELOW ...FOR iMMttf IF YOU ever bake bread... yo of course, want every loaf to be -| a pride and joy! The Betty Crocker method shown here is i the result of years of testing. T t » f I it next time you make bread! See • I if this recipe, with Gold Mcdaiil Flour, doesn't give you better r«,-j suits. Actual working time-only]! about 30 minutes, •'' V GENERAL MILLS, Incj "Deny Crocker' nml trade mark, of General Mill - Kn,hrn.i,:,,f •,, 6 TO KNEAD, fold dough toward yoii. Press gently but firmly away with tHfe heel of the hand. Give dough a quarter turn with other hand. Repeat till smooth and elastic. 1 COVER with damp cloth to prevent the dough from crusting. If your kitchen is cool, place cov- ered'bowl of dough in a closed cupboard near a pan of hot water. 3 LET RISE till double in bulk (and light enough to retain finger impression). Punch down with fist, fold edges into center, turn over in bowl and cover, 4 LET RISE again till nearly d ble in bulk... then divided for loaves, cover and let i about 15 minutes to make! dough easy for you to handle. 'We have to do today" IHCSE are busy days (or everybody in the telephone business. About 4,300.000 ToU and Long Distance messages go over the lines in the average business day. (That's in addition to more than 100.000,000 daily local conversations.) We appreciate your help, especially when you're on a lino to a war-busy center and the Long Distance operator says—"Please limil your call to 5 minutes." NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 5 FLATTEN each part of dough into oblong shape with knuckles. Work quickly, pressing out air. 6 NOW FOLD each flattened part of the dough in half (lengthwise), and flatten, again. 7 LIFT BY THE ENDS and pull out, slapping the dough on the table several times to elongate it. ••••i 8 BRING THE ENDS to the a ter, overlap and flatten welli the knuckles. Gold Medal "Kitchen-tested" Eo-jl riched Flour is tested as carefulljl for bread-baking as it is lor cakei'l and all other baking purposed! With the recipes in the sacks..!J each of them perfected by ttje]l General Mills Betty Crocker staftJ it's your simplest, easiest, surt«j| way to baking success! UseGol|| Medal in all your baking. FARM PRODUCTS Of TAKE HOLD of the further edge of the dough, and fold it toward you, Va of the way at a time .., sealing well. ...... 10 NOW ROLL to tighten, seal each end, and place in pans, sealed edge down. Cover and let rise. 11 REMOVE from pans as soon _ as baked, and place on wire^ rack till cool. Be sure to keep out of drafts. ESSENTIAL CIVILIAN SUPPLIES FOODSTUFFS servm FUEL LOGGING VITAL WAR MATERIALS MUNITIONS MINING •: * •;•. \:.-f>f-> ;i "'Y y 1 .' than any other make . ,,-^v;.-^:^/m^-r,^ '•••'* ". 1 out of every 3 trucks serving war industry . . . war agriculture . . . and other war needs . . . is a Chevrolet WAR BONDS-AND KEEP THEM FlFtST IN SERVICE Kossuth Motor Company CLIP THIS RECIPE "Perfect Bread" Recipe ; IMPORTANT: This recipe perfected with COLD MfDAt "Kitchen-tested" fnricfied flour. fie iure lo vie lhal brand on//! Turn dough onto lightly-floured board, cover, let stand 10 minute? to tighten up. Knead until smooth and elastic. Place in greased bowl. Cover with damp cloth. Keep dough at 80° to 85° until double (about 2 hours). Punch down dough. Round up and set to rise again until not quite double (about 45 minutes). Punch down dough. Divide into 6 equal parts. Round up each part on board, cover, let rest 15 minutes (to make it easy to handle). Mold each part into a loaf, and place in greased bread loaf pan (8" x 4'). Cover with damp cloth. Let rise I'/j to 2 hours or until dough has reached top of pan and center is well rounded , above. Bake 15 minutes in a. tot ovvt (450°); then 20 to 30 minutet in a quick moderate oven (375°). When baked, bread has hollow sound when tapped and comes away from sides of pan. Makes six I-lb, loaves. Your baker sells delicious yeast bread;:. but » you bats af home, fry tys suptrh tatty Crocker recipe for belter CrumW. into J 2 k eompre ,,.d yeast mixing bow!.. J r ' 6 cup* (I'/i qls.) lukewarm liquid (milk, water or potato water) (milk should AM. ;; ; : be «calded and cooled lo »0°) 6 tbtp. sugar 3 Ibsp. sail Let stand until thoroughly dissolved (about S minutes). . ,, (9 cups W/4 qls.) lifl.o GOLD MEDAl *"" J "Kirc»ien-iei»ed" Enriched Flour Beat with spoon untii smooth and elastic (batter will fall from spoon in "sheets"). Beat in . ; 6 tbsp. shortening (melted and cooled) f lo 9% more cups (2V4 lo 2'/j qls.) sifted COLD MEDAl "Kifchen-leired" Enriched Flour (enough to make a dough that no ionger sticks to mixing bowl and U possible lo handle) ENRICHED 1 Why Not Now? Gott M KifcJien-testea^ HERE ARE THE DEALERS FEATURING GOLD MEDAL FLOl| ALGO\A. TOWA ST. JOSEPH. IOWA Ttv/wi.i „>,.,. . vvvrftX, W^t ALGOLS A, IOWA Kay's Jack Sprat Mkt. Hood's Super Valu Sorensen Grocery Co. Consumer's Food Store C. S. Johnson Grocery Diagonal Grocery East End Grocery CouiicJl^Ouk Store A. & P. Store .National Tea Co. Cottage Grocery Jioscue's No-IFoiut Store ST. JOSEPH, IOWA Hammer's Grocery LU VERSE, IOWA Trauger's Grocery Benedict's Store The Corner Store WESLEY, IOWA KJeinpeter's Store Koulm's Food Market LEDYARD, IOWA Wilson Brack LAKOTA, IOWA C. R, Smith & Co. Hertzke's Grocery ST. BENEDICT, IOWA McKENKA'S STORE BANCROFT, IOWA Keimejiy Bros. Co. Hood's Super Valu Droessler's Market BURT, IOWA McMulleu Groc. & Mkt, LONE BOCK, IOWA Art Priebe, Gen'l Mdse. TITONKA, IOWA Bonacker's Food Store lutermill's Store WHITTEMORE, IOWA H. W. GeelJW II, It, ZLMACH CORWITH, IOWA Quality Grocery Wm. Wqpd Store SENECA, IOWA Cecil 0. Bailey Store E. W. K rau V. Bailey Tatter Cw^ Beiners Fair

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