, PEC. 21. 1944 f Chans won't let ^^B^W™^^^^^ i wear it! CORKTU* [TcbiihaM.WUson B3 S. Dodge St. [Phone! 48-J IHIGGINS" VOICE OF AGRICULTURE" WATERLOO. IOWA MORNINGS _Nown Mori. tnr. Fmt. -flood News Program..Mon. thr. Snt. -Nctehlwrly Circle....Mon. thr. I'Vi. Nowiillmc .'.... Saturday -ShoiipGi's (juldo Marchtime... .Sat. -NciKhliora News— Hugh Muncy Markets, Farm Nowa.Mon. thr. Snt. -MornhiK Mevottonnls, Mon. thr. Snt. -Hi, Neighbor 1 Mon. thr. Fri. "Ship ol Joy Club" Saturday "Kcv. PioLsch's Hour" Sunday -Almnnnc o£ tho Air Mon,, Fri. Nothins But tho Truth. .Wednesday -Klan Miu'd News. ...Mon. thr. Sat. -World Pick-ups Mon. thr. Fri. United Nations NC\VH Rev Sat. -Tho Music Cox Mon. thr. Fri. -Tho Ilrcnkfast Club..Mon. thr. Snt. World NEWB Sunday -My True Story Mon. thr. Fri. Fannie Hurst Presents... .Saturday Nazarcno Family Hour Sunday -Aunt Jemima Show. .Mon. thr. Fri. -Tho HiBKina Boys...Mon. thr. Fri. What's Cookin' 7 Saturday The Southernuircs Sunday -Ono Woman's Opinion. ..•.. .Monday The Listening Post,,Tues. thr. FH. -llrcakfast at Sardl'a. .Mon. thr. Fri. Chatham Shopper & 3 Sons....Sat. rorcy D. Crawford Sunday -Tcchiy'o Homemuker Saturday -Gil Mnrlyn—NiiW«...Mon. thr. Fri. 1MO Club Saturday This is Life.. Sunday -Jack Here!) Show... .Mon. thr. Fri. -Glamour Manor Mon, thr. Fri. Schools in the News..... .Saturday Weekly War Journal Sunday -HlgKins 1 Farm Hour Mon. thr Sat. Oil! at tho.Cross Sunday AFTERNOONS -Rath'n Lsnd O'Corn..Mon. thr. Sat. "Hasten tho Ray" Sunday -II. n. Gross—News. .Mon. thr. Sat. George Hirks, Sunday —Flnchvlllo Farm Hour Mon. thr. Sat. Sammy Knye's Sereruida... .Sunday -Am Johnson ;Mon>- thr. 1 6ffU -Suaday News Extra/.. Sunday -Salute to Victory....Mon. thr. Fri. Lutheran Hour Sunday Metropolitan Opera Saturday -Let's Learn Spanish .Monday ; Geopolitics .Tuesday [ Qucstimm & Opinions...Wednesday | Adventures In Music Thursday I The Story Hour Friday National Vespers .......Sunday Moon for Thought Monday America Singing Tuesday Scientist Looks About Thursday -Between tho Lines Mon. thr. Fri. i Char. Greenwood Show Sunday - Juhileo Singers..Mon. thr. Fri - Club Mon. thr. Fri. ™;- Barrymore as Minn Hattle Sun. (- Time' Views News Mon. thr. Fri. i Harts for Dou R h Sunday HJznrk Rumblcrs... .Mon. Wed, Thr. Stamford HS Choir Tues. | anata Clam Visits Waterloo.. .Fri. hill Uuy That Mon. thr. FH. L£ ct ,'° , Mus >°" Sunday t- Yanks in the Orient" Monday I War Loan Drive Tuesday t W ." tG1 ' lo ° Public Schools Wednesday I.Jncse Are Your Neighbors. .Thura. I Waterloo Schools Friday t-Chnstmas | n old Norway....Mon. |5S,X eBr8 o* Fiction Tuesday I Children 31 to 8 Wednesday I MI ih f Scicnti st I Thursday IWusiquiz ... Friday [Mary Smal , R OV uo. ...'.'."'.'.Sunday l-l'acts About the Depression.. .Mon. CREAM TRUCK, WESLEY, GETS A NEW OWNER Wesley, Dec. 20—Curtiss Ben;kin has purchased the E. M. Olion cream truck, and he took possession Monday. Mrs. Benskin, who has the Phillips 66 oil station and Curtiss will continue operating the Brady truck. The son Vearl operates a semi- truck fo Colonial bread out of Cedar Rapids to Marengo and Marshalltown. Mr. Olson, who had the cream route for 20 years, bought an interest in the Johnson'Hard ware at Algona and is now active there. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA THE WEEK'S BURT PARAGRAPHS Mrs. Dean Clapsaddlc arrived Saturday from Denver, where She had spent a week with her husband, Cant. Dean Clapsaddle, M. D., who is a patient at the Fitzsimmons General hospital there, and had hoped to be with her for Christmas, but will not be able to come till about January 15. The Methodists will have a Christmas program Sunday morning instead of Friday evening, The Happy Birthday club met with Mrs. Anna Vineas Saturday, and a group of woman attended. Mrs. Fank Alborn left one day last week for New York, where she will spend Christmas with Attended Brother's Funeral— Mrs. Louis Kent got home Sunday from Joliet, 111., where she attended the funeral of her. brother Charles Brennan. She I also visited -her daughter, Mrs.' Michael Fox, Francisville, Wis., where a new girl arrived Tuesday, Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Fox have two sons. the fllowing families were guests. Mr. and Mrs. August Bollingcr, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Strucker, Algona, Mr. and Ms. Vce Robinson, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Call Reynolds, their sons, and the Emil Bollingers. Jean Theisen, John Rush, and Art Groen went to Algona Monday on a business mission, then to Mason City by bus for the afternoon. The Rev. A. G. Heddle, who has been at the Park hospital, Mason City, 'for over a week, hopes to be able to return homo by Sunday. Mrs. John Gill, Havclock, is spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller. She is Mrs. Miller's grandmother. Wallace Officer, son of Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer, has started training at Cornell University, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bollinger,! Avoca, Wis., visited relatives here and Algona over the weekend. A family dinner was served at Herman Bussie's Sunday, and nuT 'a War servi-M.T:;;.w.. I Jiihto; ic Hymns Wednesday Iite.igion in the News Friday Hjaluteto Victory Mon. Tu, Th. Fri. I M*!' 1 f °r, A " Wednesday IMaronolitnn Opera Presents.. .Sun. Ill li Ha0rrlKan "on. thr. Pri. I'JVrr Sw<!6tni:nr t Saturday &»te-^;-™S Kalling Santa Claua Mon, thr Fri [Jack Armstrong Mon. the' Pri ISoMiora ,vith Wlnga. ."../.Saturday Country Editor, .ilon. thr. Fri. . EVENINGS f-Crain Belt Rangers ••••........Hon. Wed. Tours. Fri. I PW • H| ew>« Boys Tuesday jUinntum Science Church..Saturday I Crow Pearson Sunday TV ' kross—News..Mon. thr. Sat. t News-Don Gardiner. Sunday |-«id You Know? Mon. thr.'Fri. 1 ^ l . and Stowe .Saturday Q . Kids , Sunday .Snort Plashes Mon. thr. Fri. referred Melodies. ...Mon. thr. Fri. (.^•Witness News Saturday fled Malono Mon.. Tusa.. Wed. | 10 bo announced • Thura. i of The Future": Fri. American Dance Music Sat. field Village Choir...,Sunday r-Luro and Abner..,Mon-. thr. Thura. i"° ro 'hy Thompson Sunday lAh nrt v Dale Monday IM nnYouna Sn °w Tuesday |«» Best Girls., Wednesday lAmerlcaV Town Meeting..Thursday IJamous Jury Trials Friday IS? w Symphony........Saturday [Joe E. Brown Sunday ICounterspy Monday lOrade Fiolds Show........Tuesday I n^Stef .'.... .Wednesday ra Friday Mystery' |Gu: -i 7.'",""'"«.. .Mon. thr. Thura. r ^* in ! • Friday 1 ' > Saturday . x.;.::;:;:;;situra Up With .... Wednesday Visited Soldier on Coast— Mrs. Louis Lickteig and Joan Reckcr, St. Benedict, got home Saturday from three weeks with the former's son Edward, in the. army at Fort Worden, Wash. Edward is assistant manager of a camp theater, and is also employed in the camp postoffice. New Baby is Named— A daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman Tuesday, December 12, has been named Kathleen Marie. She was born 3't Mercy hospital, Mason City. She has two brothers, Garth and Dwight. Gladys Goetz is caring for the household duties. S. S. Class Has a Party- Ms. Lester Larson entertained 20 members of her young peo- ple'ss Sunday school class at a Christmas party at her home last Thursday evening. Gifts were exchanged. Soldier Expected on Furlough— Cpl. Ivan Johnson and his wife, Columbia, S. C., are expected home this week >for a holiday furlough at the parental Oscar Johnson's and Olaf Funnemark's. Civilian Air Pilot Here— Herman DeBoer, pilot on a civilian air route out of Memphis, Tenn., arrived one day last week for a few weeks at his parental Glaus De Boer's. Discharged From the Army— Philio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel .Carlson, has come home, having received an hononble< : discharge from Fort Leonard Wood. ^>v - . , Bcp Sprains an Aknle— David Kleinpeter sprained his left ankle Thursday in a basketball game here against Britt. David is a sophomore in high school. The A. M. Lemkees, Irvington, were Sunday guests at Jos. Meurer's. The Ted Worsleys, Ventura, were .at the parental Oliver Young's. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, daughter Shirley, son Craig, and Adeline Shedda were at L. L. Lease's. Rebekahs had an annual Christmas party at the lodg'e rooms in the Exchange State bank basement Friday nigiht. "Chuck" Kraus, Camp Shelby, Miss., is expected home for a Christmas furlough at his par-1 cntal Charles Kraus home. Mrs. Al Wagner is spending some weeks with her husband at Mason City, where he is pharmacist at the Casey drug store. She accompanied the son Dwight to Mason City last week, and he ' left thence for his naval 'base in I California, following a month's' furlough. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich will leave Saturday for Califor- i nit for some months with the lat-1 ter's sister, Mrs. Margaret Gran- aski, Los Angeles. L. L. Lease j will substitute for Mr. Aldrich on j a local mail route. i Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke' called on the letter's mother, Mrs. ' Mary Stufllick, Forest City, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended an annual Christmas party given by the Mason City Legion post and Auxiliary at the Hotel Hanford last Thursday evening. Adeline Shedda, local te'acher, leaves Friday for the holidays at her homp at Chelsea. I Vera Forburger, R. N., spent some days last week at Des I Moines. j Mrs. Tom McMaihon, who accompanied her mother to Illinois, got home last week Sunday. east of town Saturday, and all but two members attended. There was an exchange of gifts, as this was a Christmas parly. SCOUTCHARTER AT LONE ROCK GETSJIENEWAL Elson Fischer, former field Scout officer here now at Fort Dodge, was in Algona Dec. 13, and reported an annual Scout and parents supper at Lone Rock the night before. Supper was prepared by the Boy Scouts and Cubs there and was served in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church basement. It was a pheasant supper, and there were approximately 40 persons in attendance. Renewal of the Lone Rock charter was completed for 1945. The local troop committee consists of P. M. Christenson, chairman, Walter Thompson, Angus Cotton, Andrew Thomson, I. W. Nelson, the Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, scoutmaster, and Ralph Beane, assistant. A Cub Pack committee consists of Arthur Pr ; ebe, chairman, Fred Flaig, E. M. Jensen, J. F. Quinn, Mrs. Quinn, den mother, and Mr. Whitehouse, Cubmaster. Both Cub Fhck and troop are sponsored by the church. SWEA CITY HAL PEniBONE, EX-BANCROFTER, DIES: MONTANA Chas. J. Pettibone reports the death Thursday, Nov. 30, at Fairview, Mont., of his brother Harry W. (Hal) Pettibonc, former mayor of Bancroft, also a former Lakota mayor, once well known here. In his time in Iowa he served Bancroft, Fenton, and Rcnwick creameries, and at Fairview ho was creamery manager till retirement two years ago. Mr. Petlibone was married, and his wife survives, also two daughters, Mrs. Alia Peglow and Mrs. Edna Crouch, both of Boise, Ida. A son, Floyd, at home, also survives. The brother Charles here, who was once deputy postmaster at Bancroft and later served as deputy sheriff under W. E. McDonald, and Hal' were sons of P. G. Peltibone, brother of C. D. Pettibone, Algona, both Kossuth pioneers. The brothers were cousins of Jennie Pettibone, who after many years as an Algona teacher married Charles and later died while they were living in California. A year or two ago Charles Pettibone, who now lives here retired, had cataracts removed and has since had sight enough to be •about the streets daily. » FRANK LEWIS HOME WHILE LEG BROKEN IN A FALL MENDS PAOB THREE LEDYARD YOUTH AT HOME FROM S.W. PACIFIC Ledyard, Dec. 18—M.-Sgt. Bernard Payne reported to a hospital base at San Diego, Calif., December 9, after a visit here with his father, Wm. Payne. He was home on a 30-day leave from the South Pacific, and was accompanied by his wife, a young woman from Tennessee, whom -he married in June, 1943. Sergeant Payne is a flight engineer on a Liberator, and the | crew makes reconnoisance flights j behind enemy lines, carrying 1 photographers and other special; ists who take pictures. His ship I was the first plane to fly over Truk. The young man has been in i service almost three years, and j despite the fact that he .has been in a war theater almost a year, the injury for which he is hospitalized was received in an accident with a buzz-saw. « Ex-Burt Pastor to Be in China Soon Burwash, Lone Rock, To Hold Farm Sale M. E. Burwash, a half mile west of Lone Rock, has reserved Thursday, Jan. 4, for a closing out sale which will begin at noon sharp, with a lunch wagon on the grounds. Mr. Burwash will of- fer three horses, 31 cattle, including 20 registered, 'household goods, and a long line of farm machiney, with Fred Flaig as auctioneer and the Lone Rock bank clerking. After 18 years here Mr. Burwash is going to move back to the vicinity of Champaign, 111., from which he came to this county. Burt, Dec. 20—Mrs. Perry Hanson has written friends here that the Rev. P. O. Hanson Jr. expects to be in China by Christmas. He is former Methodist pastor here I and left Burt early in the summer, after he was chosen as one of ten to go to China to work with the American troops there. Mrs. Hanson and the son Dedee are in New York, near the former's parents,. Hour. lews Dolly Dally Berniece Pearson has written he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson, that she has been transferred from Chicago, tp Des j Moines, and started work at Des Moines, last week. _ She does social security secretarial work. Jens Mogensen, of the navy, is at home on Christmas furlough | with his bride, nee Ingra Peter- 1 son, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mogensen. Postmistress Ida Larson was taken suddenly sick Friday dur- i ing the Christmas rush, and was confined to bed till Sunday, but I was back at work Monday. I The teachers were busy Monday with the many last duties preparatory to presenting a Christmas program tlhat evening. The grades, high school, the mixed chorus, and the 'band were to take-part. Next evening at Bancroft charter night for a Boy Scout troop was observed. The committee in charge consists of Dr. T. J. Egan, chairman, Dr. M. A. McDevitt, Editor H. V. Clark, Wilbur Fox, Thomas D. Gary, Leo Smith, the Rev. Henry Weincr, scoutmaster, and Elmer L. Franks, .assistant. •"• "" '•' J "••••• v-v; Twelve of ihe 20 Scouts at Bancroft were advanced to the second class rank. Frank Lewis was brought home by ambulance from the University hospital, Iowa City, Dec. 11. He sustained a broken right femur four WOCKS ago in a fall from a scaffolding at his son Robert's at Burt. Mr. Lewis is now making an excellent recovery. Supporting plates were placed about the broken bone and bolted into place, and thus a cast was not necessary. Mr. Lewis will be in bed eight weeks or so, then return to the hospital for a check-up. While Mr. Lewis was at the hospital the family moved to a house he recently purchased at 314 W. McGregor. Mrs. Lewis went (o Iowa City with her husband, but returned Thursday a week ago. Chuck Hall's Band Academy Wednesday, Dec. 27 FOR Holiday Dance GENTS $1.00 LADIES 50c H. W. POST HlfAY ANT) TKANSrKFJ' Storage of All Kinds Long' .IHstniice Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and drayinj*. PHONE 298 Algona. la. Fur Coats GRACIOUS AND WARM This Christmas We Look Forward to "Peace on Earth* If every one of us conducts himself in the spirit of Him whose birthday this holiday symbolizes—there will soon be an end to strife and the spirit of brotherly love will again unite the peace loving people of the earth. Our Christmas hopes join yours! $105 Plus 20% Federal Tax Coats such as these are "good buys"—not just because "the price is low—but because the price is low for mouton and seal-dyed cony of this quality. See the extra luxuriousness to the depths of the cu ff s _the breath of the tuxedo and the full sweep of the backs. Yes, these are "good buys" for these are coats the precious warmth and prophetic styling of which you will enjoy for many winters to come. FUR! FUR! Top Market I'riccs Paid for Mink, Muskrats, Ilcd 1'oxos, and Skunk Joe Greenberg Phone 118 11-15 Super-Valu :ANUTS LARGE PECANS .. . FRUIT COCKTAIL . ALGONA CR'Y BUTTER GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . Flavoriie PEA tin 37 C . it*. 45c . . . :><>. 5 tin Z9C >'(». "2 can £ for bwC FANCY tin 17c DAIRYLAND MILK 3 tall cans 26c SEE9LBS RAISINS .... 3 ,t 27c CLINTON PUDDING. Hershey COCOA ....... •f i)kt,',s. I wC Rwansdown CAKE FLOUR. Argo CORN STARCH T-pkgs. Y 2 -\lt. tin large lOc MI,. 7 r idcg. I U TEXAS SEEDLESS Grapefruit 10 for 37c LARGE NAVEL Oranges doz. 49c Radishes, 3 bnc. 13c * QUALITY MEATS * Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE n 19c PORK LIVER n 19c PURE GROUND BEEF ».25c POLISH SAUSAGE ..,...,„. 33c FANCY BEEF ROASTS n 25c,,,27c HOOD'S Super-Value Algona.
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