Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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*A6E BIX BROTHERS MISS A GET-TOGETHER IN WAR MATER Pvt. Floyd Wcishaar. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar. in a recent letter to his parents here, told of missing ;i thrill of a lifetime when he failed by two days of meeting his brother, Cpl. Edwin Weishaar. At the time both boys were in Germany, and Flovd heard that a soldier with the same surname as his was stationed near. Hu in- KOSSUTH COtftiTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA vestigated and found the man had gone; "but." he said in the letter, "I know it was Edwin, because I asked a woman where he stayed his name, and to describe him, which she did, and she said he was a chauffeur." Then Mr. and Mrs. Weishaar had letters from both sons Monday, Dec. 4, and Floyd, in the infantry, told of having been quartered in •.• house, and said that every night a very old woman came to the basement of the home to sleep in a bathtub and that she was carefully taken care of by a man. The woman he assumed to be a refugee. Edwin, in the other letter, also mentioned having been in a Ger- ' man house, and told of children at play. He also mentioned an 1 item in the Advance about someone having been in a foxhole ten days, and added, "I've got that ; beat." i Floyd, when at home, played ; the guitar, and told of buddies I presenting him with a guitar, so \ they were having music when op; portunity presented, and he expressed the wish that he could : send the instrument home, for ' when they moved lie wouldn't be able to take it with him. , Floyd has been overseas only i since June; Edwin since Dec. i 1043, and in that time has been in England, France, Belgium, land Holland, besides Germany. THURSDAY, FARMERS DATE 4 PRE-HOLIDAY FARM AUCTIONS Doc. 15—Chas. H. Aman, 1% miles west of Whittemoro on old 13. Dec. 15—Gus Norte, 2 north, Vfe mile east of West Bend. Dec. 22—frecl E. Gustafson, G miles north Whittemore on 44, 1/4 mile west. Dec. 18—Walter Krnuse, 2 miles south, mile west of Lone Rock. Closing out farm sale. Dec. 27—Fred Wolf, >/fe mile south, Vfe mile east Lu Verne, closing out farm sale. The Krauso sale will begin at one o'clock, and there will be a lunch wagon on the grounds. Eight cattle and two horses will be sold, also a line of farm machinery and some household goods. Included in the latter will be an electric refrigerator. Fred Flaig will be aumtionecr; N. L. Cotton, clerk. Mr. Gustafson has sold his i farm. His sale will begin at ' noon, and there will be a lunch ! wagon. The sale offerings include two horses, 14 cattle, 48 White Leghorns, n large list of fafcm machinery, some household goods, some movable buildings, etc., with Fred Flaig as auctioneer and the Armstrong bank as clerk. Fred Wolf, just east of Lu Verne, y e s t e r d ay reserved Wednesday, Dec. 27, for a closing out sale. He will leave the farm to move to Lu Verne, and his offering will include two mares, 37 cows, including 13 milking cows, and a large line of farm machinery, with Brummond as auctioneer (and the Lu Verne formers State bank as clerk. HOME 6N FURLOUGH. An official furlough rotation card received by the Advance a few days ago said thnt Carl P. Guilder, tech. 4th grade in the army engineers, was returning from 34 months overseas in the Southwest Pacific and was expected to check in at Jefferson Barracks, SI. Louis, on or about Dec. C before coming here. •M Heavy Weight •16 Inch White Outintr 2'le yard | at Woodward's ! IM»^»M.I^T^™^" _ V"""^' 1 ''^!. I, u ,, 8 enemy remains our job is not ALGONA CREAMERY Fancv Jumbo IASTED PEANUTS FRUIT COCKTAIL Fancy No. 1 No. 2 !/• tin . ". FANCY Van Camp !! » 1 Hi. for CHOCOLAT 29c LARGE BOTTLE 19c WHOLE KERNED CORN cans 27e 13 SYRUP bars . , . •Hi r vtifjsssnsiEr. jm 1/,-O-nl /J «*"• dark . 32e /To Help Buy The Weapons of Victory ; ; i To Win A Complete Victory..; To Help Bring The Boys Back To An American Life.. i To Show What We Can Do ... PICK THE SECURITY THAT'S BEST FOR YOU... Wear your name proudly on a $100 Bond of the Fighting SIXTH WAR LOAN! Help get it over—put the Sixth War Loan over—buy an Extra $IOO War Bond Now! I'V'CAMKB'ELL'-S •TOMATO SOUP M cans GERBER'S BABY FOOD can 7c FLAVORITE NO. 2 CAN PEAS £ for . . . PINT BOTTLE 10c HI HO 1-lb. box CRACK 21c Say at least one extra tt90 War Bond, above your regular purchases, new during the Si*tt War loan! This Space is a Contribution to Our Country by Ahjvma Implement Co. Algona Maytag Store Dr. W. D. Andrews Algona Hardware, O. F. Peterson Algeria Ice Cream Factory Algena 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. AUona 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. Bushnell, While Front Tavern Bradley Bros., Implements Ben Franklin Store Boi-cliardt's Drug & Jewelry Dr. M. G. Bourne Brown's Dairy Store II. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store Call and Iowa Theatres* C'hrischilles' Dr. C. II. Cretzmeyer Christensen'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 KHc 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, Uaesly Lumber Co. Greenbcrg Auto Supply Groltc Cafe Harms Oil Co., Phillips CO Joel M. Herbst Hawcott & Ogg E. J. Hough Hub Clothiers H. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hood's Grocery & Market Hobarton Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman Hoenk Motor Service Hutchison & Hutchison Iowa State Bank* K. D. James, Drugs Duanc Jensen, 7 Up Kossuth County Implement Store Kent Motor Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth County Advance Kossuth County Mutual Fire Ins. Kossuth Motor Co. Kossuth County Credit Bureau Kossuth Oil Co. Kresensky's Kossuth County Hatchery Kirk Auto Co. Laing & Muckey Lusby & Giossi Joe Lowe Linnan & Lynch Mainliner Dr. Harry McCorkle MeCullough Chapel E. C. McMahon Midwest Service Co. Miller Lumber Co. Merritt Funeral Home Madson & Hanson Mathes Cafe Dr. Harold Meyer Modern 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 Pcrcival Motors Garage Potter Lockers Pratt Electric Store Pioneer HiBrcd 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 Brownbilt Shoe Store S & L Store Smoke Shop & Newsstand Sorensen Grocery & Meats Swift & Co. G. D. Shumway Spilles Hardware Silver Gray Cafe Thompson Distributing Co. Twin Co Beauty Salon Ulfers Stockyards Viking Oil Co., E. B. Carlson Western Buyers Dr. R. M. Wallace White's Market W. G. Woodward & Co. L. A. Winkel Zcnder's 'Issuing Agencies. This is an official U. S. 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