Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1944 · Page 6
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F ; OUR LUVERHEPOST OF THE LEGION HAS PROGRAM Lu Verne, Dec. G—The Ernest Merkla«Legion Post here had as guestS)fc"Friday evening at the community hall the Auxiliary Unit,,,two service men here on furlough^Tech. Sgt. Irvin H. Chapman, and Cpl. Aaron Smith —and.a, few friends. Mrs. ,H. H. Phillips and Mrs. Ray Stone opened the program JOSH IIICGJHS "VOICE OF AGRICULTURE" V/ATERLOO, IOWA MORNINGS Mon. thr. Sat. 5:30— (iuml'Nbws Program. .Mon. 1 thr. Sat. n:4r» — Nuiviliburly Circle. .. .Men. thr. tint. 6:15 — NeJKlihors Nuw.s — Hugh Muncy Murkt-t.^, Farm News. Mon. thr. S;it. 6:30— MurninK bevoiionals, Men. thr. hue. 7:00— Hi, Neighbor! ........ Mon. thr. Fri. "Ship of Joy Club" ....... Saturday "Kev. I'iutsch's Hour" ...... Sunday 7:10 — Almanac at the Air ..... Mon.. Fri. Nothing Hut the Truth. .Wucliitwdny 7:1". — Klu.ti Maid News. .. .Moil. tnr. Sat. 7:30— NVorld I'ick-upa ...... Mon. thr. Fri. United NatioiiH NCJWS Kc. i v ...... Sat. 7;.|r.— The Music Bo.\ ...... Mon. thr. Fri. 8:00— The Uivnkftist Club.. Mon. thr. Sat. Vv urlcI i\ows ................ Sunday 9:00— My 'Iruo Story ....... Mon. thr. Fri. Fannie llurst Presents, .. .Saturday N;ur.rc'Mo Family Hour ...... Sunday 0:23— Aunt Jemima Show.. Mon. thr. Fri. 8:1)0 — Thu llii,'i;ins Hoys... Mon. thr. trl. What'rf Cookin' V. ..... ..... Saturday The tiouthurnairci.i ........... Sunday 9:45 — One Woman's Opinion ...... Monday The Listeninu Post. .Tues. thr. Fri. 10:00— Hi'raliuisl at Surcii's. .Mon. thr. Kri. Chatham Shopper .......... Saturday 1'eri'y B. Crawford .......... Sunday 10 :15 — Today's Hoincmaker ........ Saturday 10:30— «il Martyn— News... Mon. thr. Fri. l. r ,.;o Club ................. Saturday This .is Life ................ Sunday 10:45 — Jack lierch Show.... Mon. thr. Fri. 11:OU — (jluniuur Manor ...... Mon. thr. Fri. Schools in the News ...... Saturday \Vet-kly \\i\r Journal ........ Sunday U:30— HiKKins' Farm Hour Mon. thr. Sat. Call of the Cross ........... Sunday AFTERNOONS 12:00— Bath's Land O'Corn..Mon. thr. Sat. "Hasten the Day" .......... Sunday 12:15 — H. It. Ca-oss— News. .Mon. thr. Sat. George Hicks ............... Sunday 12:30 — Finchville Farm Hour Mon. thr. Sat. Sammy Kaye'a Serenade. .. .Sunday 12:45 — Ava Johnson ........ Mon. thr. Sat. 12:55— Sunday News Extra ........ Sunday 1:00— Salute to Victory. .. .Mon. thr. l r ri. Lutheran Hour ............. Sunday Metropolitan Opera ........ Saturday 1:30 — Let's Learn Spanish. ...... .Monday Geopolitics ................ Tuesday Questions & Opinions. . .Wednesday Adventures in Music. .... .Thursday The Story Hour ............. Friday National Vespers ............ Sunday 1:45 — Food for Thought .......... Monday America Singing .......... Tuesday Scitntist Looks About ..... Thursday 2 :00— Between the Lines ---- Mon. thr. Fri. Char. Greenwood Show ...... Sunday 2:15— Thu Jubilee Singers. .Mon. thr. Fri. 2.-3U— If.-iO Club ........... Mon. thr. Fri. Etb. Barrymore as Miss Hattie Sun. 3:00 — Ethel and Albert. .. .Mon. thr. Fri. Darts for Dough ............ Sunday 3:15— Ozark Ramblers ...... Mon. thr. Fri. 3:30 — 'lime Views the Newa Mon. thr. Fri. "Set to Music" ............. Sunday 3:45— "tanks in the Orient" ...... Monday War Loan Drive ............ Tuesday Waterloo Public Schools Wednesday These Are Your Neighbors. .Thurs. Waterloo Schools ...... ... . . .Friday 4 :00— Drama .................... Monday 50 lears of Fiction. ...... .Tuesday Children Are People ..... Wednesday Ask thu Scientist!.. ...... Thursday Mu.iiciuiz ................... Friday Mary Small Revue .......... Sunday 4:15 — The Social Sctne ........... Tuesday Historic Hymns ......... Wednesday Ueii^ion in the News ........ Friday 4:30 — Salute to Victory Mon. Tu. Th, Fri. Food for All ............ Wednesday Mi/ccoiiulitnn Opera Presents. . .Sun. 4:45— Hop Harridan ....... Mon. thr. Fri. Hello, Sweetheart ......... Saturday 5:00— Terry and the Pirates Mon. thr. Fri. Musical Matinee ........... Saturday Itiiilio Hull of Fame ........ Sunday 5:15— Dick Tracy .......... Mon. thr. Fri. 0:30— Jack Armstrong ...... Mon. thr. Fri. Soldiers with \VInna ....... Saturday 6:40—1 he Country Editor.. Mon. thr. Fri. EVENINGS 6:00— Grain Belt Hangers.... ••••••• ..... Mon. Wed. Thur.i. Fri. lhe JIiKgms Doys ......... Tuesday Christian Science Church. .Saturday 1 irew IVarsou .............. Sunday —}I. K. Gross— News.. Mon. t'nr. Sat. i>?; v 5,~ 1Jon G » r il'ner ........ Sunday Did You Know? ...... Mon. thr Fri. U-Kiiid Slow* .............. Saturday tiuiz Kids .................. Sunday — biiori Hashes ....... Mon. thr. Fri. — Piefi ri-ed Melodies. .Mon. Wed. Fri. Eye-Witness News ......... Tuesday Nisjhu-Mi Yarns ........ Thurs. Sat. \\atch the World (Jo By Mon. thr. Fri. Early American Dance M Ub ' L1 . .................... Saturday Greenfield Village Choir ____ Sunday — Lum and Abner. . .Mon. thr. Thurs, Variations by Van Cleave. . .Friday Dorothy Thomson ......... Sunday Ulind Bute ................ Monday Al.-in Vomit- Show ......... Tuesday My Best Girls .......... Wednesday America's Town Meeting.. Thursday 1'amous Jury Trials ......... Friday Jio.,tmi Symphony ........ Saturday £ ou Brown .............. Sunday Counterspy ............... Monday ciracie Fields Show ........ Tuesday Dumnn K ,,r ............. Wednesday Gangbusters ................ Friday ii ; V." :r Nv ' ncl 'ell .......... Sunday Hollywood Mystery Time.. ..Sunday Spotlight Bands ..... Mon. thr. Sat Jimmy Fidler .............. Sunday Coronet Storyteller. .Mon. thr. Fri. Coronet Quick Quiz ....... Saturday Raymond Swing... Mon. thr. Thun. 1-arl Godwin ................ Friday Guy Lombardo ............ Saturday ,V' f , e .? f , Rilc3 ' ............... Sunday led Malone ......... Mon. Wed. Fri. Lazy Jim Day ............. Tuesday , l ; oorsa Ulck " Reporting.. Thursday Ho ra co Heidt .............. Monday Let Yourself Go! .......... Tuesday Scramby Amby .......... Wednesday Of T ' me ........... Thursda i with musical numbers and talks | were given by the service men. j i Chapman was south of the equa- j tor, where it was extremely warm; Smith spent most of his time in Alaska and the Aleutians,' where he had not only J.aps to combat, but also wind and cold. I After community singing, purses of money were presented to the service men toy the post. At a business meeting a party was planned, a committee appointed: Arthur Maas, Ray Stone, Fred Kruse, Edw. Pergande. It was decided to send four gift boxes to the veterans .V.os- | pital at Knoxyille, gifts to bo left - either at the Dimler barber shop or Huff's cafe beforn Dec. 10. A buffet lunch was served. I Reunion at Ramus Home— ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus entertained their children and I grandchildren last week Sunday. From out of town were the Henry Marr Joices, Spirit Lake, the, Percy Schichtls, Estherville, the! James Thornes and Wendell Jer- gensons, Algona, the Chas. Sor-; ensens, Corwith, Betty R,amus, I Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Lu Verne. Thanksgiving at Hagisl's— Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist entertained 32 relatives at Thanksgiving dinner. Out of town guests were the Ira Benedicts, Milwaukee, Mrs. Emil Meyer, son Lyle, daughter Carol, the James Zweifels, Corwith, the George Thompsons, and Irvin Chapman, the latter having arrived that morning from New Guinea. Fifteen on Honor Roll— The high school honor roll: Seniors—Grace Christensen, Trvin Mertz, Erna Eustace; juniors —Doris Miller, Janet Schneider, Phyllis Swanson; sophomores— Dorothy Beaman, Esther Genrich, Norma Ramus, Norma Stripling; freshman—Celia Bowman, Earl Gronbach, Dolores Lund, Barbara Meyer, Merlyn Swanson. Amspokers Are Grandparents— i Mr, and Mrs. Frank Amspokor, formerly Lu Verne, now retired at Humbpldt, are grandparents ! for the first time. A son was | born to their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. .and Mrs. Merril Amspoker, at the Lutheran hospital, 1 Fort Dodge, Friday. Hospital Patients Home— Mrs. George Merkle was brought home from a Rochester hospital last week Wednesday, and is convalescing. Other Ln Vcrno INcws. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hersom had as Sunday guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Layman, and her brother and sister-in- . KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FENTON JUNIORS WILL GIVE PLAY AT GYM TONIGHT Fen ton, Dec. 5 — The high school juniors will present their class play this week Thursday night at the school gymnasium. It is "A Woman of Fifteen," coached by Josephine Lund, and in the case are Beverly Schulte, Darrell Don Dreyer, Virgene Cornelius, Marian Gadc, Delores Mueller, Junior McQuam, Doris Berkeland, Norma Jean Voigt, Betty Holldorf, James Widdel, Derwoocl Voigt, Vernon Kipfer, Evelyn Kuecker, Donald Luedtke Marie Faulstich, Janet McFall. This cast of 16 includes the entire junior class. Lieutenant's F.urlough Ends— Lt. Norman Wilberg, who had had 21 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg, Ringsted, and had visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C F. C. Laage, and his sister, Mrs. Erie Reid, left Monday night for California, where he will get a now assignment. He is in the army air corps, and recently came from overseas, where he completed 65 missions. Soldier's Wife 1 in 1st Visit— Lt. and Mrs. Maynard Burwash arrived Saturday from Albuquerque, N. W., for a visit at the parental M. E. Burwash home. The lieutenant has been a bombing instructor there a year and a half, and this is his first visit since a year ago, and his wife's very first visit. Card Club Has Session— The 500 club met last week Tuesday night at William Weiner's, three ta'blcs in play, high Herbert Schickelman and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, low Carl Beck and Mrs. Schickelman, Hildreth Pcttit travel. The Schickelmans will entertain next. Kyhls Again Grandparents— Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl have received word recently that they are again grandparents, the new arrival a son Robert Paul, born Monday, Nov. 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Turk, Mason City, weight 6 Ibs. 11 ozs. Mrs. Turk law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Layman, Havelock, with two children. Arnold Wegner, who had been at Rochester a week, going through the Mayo clinic, got home Sunday. was Ella Kyhl. Kyhli Have Sold Dairy- Mr, and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl, who had operated a local dairy 11 years, have sold out to Clarence Theesfield, who took possession Dec. 1. Because help is so scarce, the Kyhls found it impossible to carry ort. Soldier's Wife Comes Home- Mrs. Howard King, who had spent two months with her husband, Pvt. King, now at Fort Warren, Cheyenne, Wyo., got back Friday, and is living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf. Son for a Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. Louie E. Mueller received a telegram Saturday from their son Sgt. Maynard Mueller, Merced, Calif., informing them 'of a new son, born that day, named Walter. Other Fciiton Kcws. The Carl Becks, the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder, and the Paul Voigts were supper guests Sun- I day evening at Hildreth Peltit's, 1 and at 500, two tables, high went ' to Paul Voigt and Mrs. Carl i Beck, and Mr. Rehder and Mrs. Voigt were low. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe, the Mervin Priebes, and Ernest Priebe went to Des Moines last week Wednesday, and Edw. attended a farm implement dealers' convention. All visited the Fred Priebes there and returned Thursday. The Band Mothers met Friday at the schoolhouse. A guessing game was conducted by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, and lunch wns served by Mesdames E. W. Ruskc, O. H. Stoeber, S.. E. Straley, and William DeWall. Mr. and Mrs. John Grnmenz visited from last week Wednesday to Monday at August Kerstein's, Clinton, Minn., and other relatives there, returning Monday. Benora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell who has had rheumatic fever and been in bed eight weeks, is repotted some better. The A. R. Willretts spent the evening Sunday at Jos. McGovern's, it being Mrs. McGovern's and Mrs. Willrett's birthday anniversaries. Fred Wolf, Davenport, and Edw. Malone, Moline, 111., arrived Monday .to visit the Fred and Carl Mortensens. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman were business visitors at Emrnolsburs Saturday Mr. and Mrs !-;,iv p Sunday dinner •.,, V Bcrkloncl's "t L1,,S| Newlyweds to J obg m Defense Pi anl ] Wesley, Dec ij"~"" M Bernard !fc rm , m ,,.„' M " n j> Bamboo, Wi,, ,1,,,, ' J be employed in a &. t * rhoy are new[y W e ( k P ' was Neomi Fl „.,.,,,:,', "j 1 / 1 o,, ( , had been c-inpl,, Vl ,,| .j ,f cr "atj Ludwig farm. *' 1 lhe LU >•••••••••*•»••••••» 4!B WAR-WINTER TO BE TOUGH ON CARS! 0:1 r .,„ 6:30 B:3a 6:45 7:00 _ 7:lo 7:30 Mom and Pop and the Car... »«nin<3j »», G«org«...Wd letter have our Standu-d Oil Mm give the car its regular 60-day oil change." S:3u s. -45 b:aa 9:00— M w ........... Thursday <l Vvynn .................. Friday an Called X ............ Saturday A lot of cars that seem to be going strong today won't be able to "stand the gaff" of the 4th war-winter. Sticky sludge that can clog oil lines, unseen rust and corrosion inside the motor, will cut down many cars. The situation calls for proper preparation for winter driving. Now, of all times, use top-quality motor oil. Use instant- flowing, full-bodied, sludge-resisting, low-in-carbon oil. Use Standard's famous Iso-Vis 10 W, the full-protecting, fastest- starting, easiest-on-the-battery 10 W motor oil. Get Iso-Vis 10 W today. And while you're doing it, make sure your car has all-over protection. Arrange for a complete service "package" that covers the vital spots ... get a 4th War-Winter 10 STAK TVNS-UP at your Standard Oil Dealer's. i r, ™ 10:00 in on 10:20 10 :»0 10: K 11 :M!) « T 1 ? 1 " ou . r - •'•"••• •"..'•".. :'.'suiTday -Siiludoa AniiKOB Monday Metrojiolitan Opera USA.. .Tueldar 1'uul llutcliens' Hour... .Wedneaday !• it-el \V iiriiiB Thursday r»o<-torj Talk H Over Friday Mv, t Your Navy Saturday -Miloda-a of the Musters. ..Mon Fri •lU-iiry J. Taylor Mon. thr. Fri.' liuiica Music Saturday ivt-i. rii'tsch a Hour Daily 11 -.]:,— ] I :-\r —r>;inco Mu JsioD-VVor^ of „ •• roRrums subject to .Daily bally . Saturday TODAY SEE YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER for Bitter Cor Can Gasoline Powers the Attack . .. Don't Waste a Drop! Buy more War Bonds ("" •. LETS FINISH IT! . — -^^^^irr^W^^T^^S^tL H /* A ' V i R LOA *., Help Defeat Japan! * * *, K MEMBER the gaping holds of ships sunk without warning at Pearl Harbor? Remember, too, the men killed during the infamous Bneak attack? This is the fight that Japan started... the fight that we're out to finish! Don't fool yourself—the Japs are tough. It will take long, bitter, costly fighting to blast them out. It will take new and specialized equipment. B-29 Superfortresses ... amphibious tanks ... airplane carriers ... P-47 Thunderbolts and new secret weapons. And a veritable Niagara of oil and gasoline 1 Your War Bonds helped train and feed and equip the American armies that smashed through at St. Lo ... iNancy ... Sedan. Yes ... your War I Bonds are helping to win the Battle \of Europe. But now how about the .Battle of Japan? • The job is big-so dig I It costs billions of dollars a month' to fight the Battle of Japan. The money must come from every patriotic American. It's an investment in America—your future. That's why you are asked once again—in this great battle for final Victory—to buy your extra $100 Bond today. < And here are' 6 more reasdtiS for buying of least an exfro $100 WAR BOND in rhe~6rhl 1. War Bonds are the best, the tafest investment in the world I 2. War Bonds return you $4 for every $3 at maturity. 3. War Bonds are as convenient as cash—and increase in value to boot! 4. War Bonds ' mean education for your children, security for you. 5. War Bonds help keep down the cost-of-living. 6. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing postwar purchasing power. WAR LOAM Algona Implement Co. Alffona Maytag Store Dr. W. D. Andrews Algona Hardware, O. F. Peterson Algona Ice Cream Factory Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n* Algona Flour & Feed Co. Algona Greenhouses Algona Hotel Algona National Farm Loan Ass'n* Algona Produce, John Dreesman Algona Upper Des Moines Allen Motors Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Coffee Shop Algona Bakery, L. F. Rice Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Alffoua Skelgas Service, Jess Deen, Prop. Arnold Motor Supply Barker Drug Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom Furniture Co. R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency L. S. Bohannon Ins. Agency Botsford Lumber Co. R. E. BushneU, White Front Tavern This Space is a Contribution to Our Country by Bradley Bros., Implements Ben Franklin Store Borchardt's Drug & Jewelry Dr. M. G. Bourne Brown's Dairy Store II. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store Call and Iowa Theatres* Chrischilles' Dr. C. II. Cretzmeyer Chris tensen's Clement & Briggs Barber Shop Chrome Service & Cafe Coast to Coast Store Ed Capesius Consumers Wholesale Council Oak Store Cowan Building Supply Co. Dau Garage and Body Shop Druggists' Mutual Ins. Co. of Iowa Dutch's Super Service Dr. A. J. Eason Dinette—Paul Hudson Elk Cleaners & Furriers European Hotel, R. A. Johnson, Mgr. Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store Fox & Winkel, Veterinarians Funk & Deim Galbraith. Pool Hall Gamble Store Graham Department Store Mel B. Griffin, Raesly Lumber Co. Grcenberg Auto Supply Grotte Cafe Harms Oil Co., Phillips 66 Joel M. Hcrbst Hawcott & Ogg E. J. Hough Hub Clothiers II. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hood's Grocery & Market Hobarton Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman Iloenk Motor Service Hutchison & Hutchison Iowa State Bank* K. D. James, Drugs Duaue Jensen, 7 Up Kossuth County Implement Store Kent Motor Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth County Advance Kossulh County Mutual Fire Ins. Kossuth Motor Co. Kossuth County Credit Bureau Kossuth Oil Co. Krcsensky's Kossuth County Hatchery Kirk Auto Co. Laing & Muckey Lusby & Giossi Joe Lowe Linnan & Lynch Mainliner Dr. Harry MgCorkle McCullough Chapel E. C. McMahon Midwest Service Co. Miller Lumber Co. ' Merrill Funeral Home Madson & Hanson Mathes Cafe Dr. Harold Meyer Modem Dry Cleaners & Taylors II. W. Miller Morrison Beauty S'hop Modernistic Beauty Shoppe Momyer Abstract Co. Gene Murtagh National Tea Co. F. S. Norton & Son Norton Machine Works James Neville Shoe Store O. K. Rubber Welders Perclval Motors Garage Potter Lockers Pratt Electric Store Pioneer HiBrctl Seed Corn Co. Ray's Jack Sprat Store Richardson Furniture Rising Elevator Dr. C. C. Shierk, Podiatrist Sjogren's Cottage Grocery Dr. F. E. Sawyer G. W. Stillinan Sargent & Co.. Security State Bank* Shilts Brownbill Shoe Store S & L Store Smoke Shop & Newsstand Sorensen Grocery & M eals Swift & Co. G. D. Shumway Spilles Hardware Silver Gray Cafe Thompson Distributing to. Twin Co Beauty Salon Ulfcrs Stockyards Viking Oil Co., E. B- Western Buyers Dr. R. M. Wallace White's Market W. G. Woodward & L. A. Winkel Zender's *Issuiug Aeeucics. - CfirlsOB

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