Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1944 · Page 8
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PAGE SIX LU VERNE TWINS ARE IN THE ARMY, BUT FAR APART Luverne, Dec. 9 — Mrs. Wm. Thompson, daughter Mrs. Wolf, and fhe latter's daughter were at Britt over the weekend, guests of Mrs. Florence Burgardt. Mr. i and Mrs. Thompson have twin sons, Earl and Merle, and two sons-in-law, Nicolas Wolf and Erwin Bugardt, in service. Sgt. Earl is in a hospital unit in England; Pvt. Merle, in New Guinea in the infantry. Mr. Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolf, West Bend, is with a bomber group in India, and Burgardt, who is in France at a bomber flying field, has of late been in his mother's old home town in Germany. Methodist Program Tonight — This week Thursday evening the Methodist church school will have a Christmas program by the children and a family Christn-yiS' festival with a. Christmas tree. Next Sunday evening the same school vyill have a candle-lighting service, and on Sunday, Dec. 31, the fourth family church dinner of the year, with Circle 3 as •hostess circle, will be served. Holly From West Coast — Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers lately received a box of holly from their daughte-in-law, Mrs. Laurel Rogers, Olympia, Wash., and were generous at dividing with friends. The berries are larger and of p. deeper red than usual. Pvt. John Schmitt, of Camp Wltcs, Tex., is spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Emma Schmitt. S. S. Christmas Party — The church school 'had a Christmas party Sunday at the church. 35 in attendance. Sponsors were the S. S. teachers: Mrs. Lucile Goetsch, Mrs. Wittenburg, Selma Behnkendorf and Nadine Witten- bur<?. Nert Sunday evening there will be a Christmas program at the church with gifts for the children. Ex-Luverne Woman Sick — Mrs. Allan Thompson has had word that .a fomer neighbor, Mrs. Grant Jennings Sr., was a natient at Mercy hspital, Fort Dodge, with a heart ailment, hut i' •• . dismissed and at last reports was at home. The family recently moved from Eagle Grove to Fort Dodge. Christmas Eve Program — The Presbyterian church school will have a Christmas tree on Christmas eve, with a candle- liehting service in which all pupils will take part. Mrs. Guy Trauger will direct the music, the program, by Emma Krause, Mrs. i Walter Engel, and Mrs. F. G. Ha- ' gist. William Hof Promoted — Mr. and Mrs. Edw Hof. havr- learncd that their son William has been promoted from corporal to staff sergeant He is now in England. Harold Trauger, who was in training at Amarillo, Tex., hys 1 ; en transferreJ to an army air field at Las Vegas, N. M. Yc:ilh Fellowship Elects — The Youth Fellowship lately met at Henry Marty's. Officers were elacted: President, Philip Blumer; vice, Donald Mar.ty;, secretary, Vepa' Marty f' 1i-t>asurer, I Doris Marty. Installation will* take place in early January. KOSSUTH COUNT! ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA and Ms. Elmer Emory, Michael Wagner, and Mrs. Helena Stripling were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whit- meier. The Progressive club met last week Monday evening at Mrs. A. J. Hjelle's for an annual Christmas party; hostesses, Mrs. James Thome and Misses Erdal and Wicklow. Mrs. Edw. Greenway is here from Joplin, Mo., for the Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ellis. Her husband, a lieutenant, is at Camp Crowder, Mo. Mrs. Olive Dugdale, Oregon, 111., who was a visitor at her sister Mrs. H. C. Allen's, has gone hme. Mrs. Allen was abed last week with flu and complications. The Lutheran Aid will have an annual Christmas party at the church this week Wednesday. Christmas carols will be sung, with an exchange of gifts. The Evangelical S. S. will have a Christmas program next Sunday evening, Mrs. Walter Hefti, Florence Hof, Elmer Merkle in charge. Esther Merkle, teaching in the Red Bird Mission school at Beverly, Ky., is here for the holidays with her parents. The Lutheran Walther League here was represented at a West Bend rally Sunday evening by 25 young people. GLADYS KRAUSE, LOTTS CREEK, A SAILOR'S WIFE Lotts Creek, Dec. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause announce the marriage of their daughter Gladys, S. 2-c., San Pedro, Calif., to Wm. F. Brady, R. M. 2-c., of Reading, Pa. The event took olace Nov. 4 in the Normandy Chapel, Long Beach, Calif., and a double ring ceremony was performed. Both parties were in navy uni- form, and .the bride wore a corsage of gardenias surrounded by roses. Glennis Kessler, maid of honor, and Betty Dixon, bridesmaid, also in nary uniform, wote corsages of roses and gardenias. Darrell Holbrook was groom's attendant, in navy uniform. Friends of bride . and bridegroom attended. Both aro stationed at Terminal Island, San Pedro. Church Officials Chosen— At a recent Immanuel Lutheran votes meeting officers were elected: Edwin Lieb, deacon to succeed August Pijahn; Wm. Zumach, school director to succeed Fritz Meyer; Louis Hackbarth reelected trustee unanimously; finance committee, Ortvin Tietz; cemetery, Frank Meine to succeed Alyin Potratz; auditing, Noah Reisner. Four new mcm^ bers will be Louis Berninghaus, Wm. Zimmermann, Martin Potratz, Victor Faulstich. Birthday and Anniversary— Mrs. Ruth Schultz, her children, Mrs. H. F. Schultz, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, of Whiltemore, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, and the latter's son Walter were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz in honor of Mr. Potratz's birthday, also of the Potratz wedding anniversary. j Soldier Here on Furlough — I Pvt. Delton Krause, Camp ! Wolters. Tex., came last week for ! a week's furlough with his par| ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter ', Krause. He will leave the 26th j for r. camp in California. i Otliftr Lotts Crc«k. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz entertained at a 500 party at Al- 1 vin Potratz's last week Tuesday evening. High was won by Martin Potratz and Mrs. Herman Hintz; Ervin Mittag and Mrs. Alvin Potrntz were low. The Herbert Potratzes were i Friday evening guests of the parental Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Whittemore, to help Mr. Schultz celebrate a birthday. The Tommy Fickbohms were Sunday dinner guests at Witmer Wichtcndahl's. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen spent Sunday at their son Ray's, Sanbom, traveling by train. Mrs. Mary Miller returned Sun- diy from Mason City, where she had spent some weeks at Mrs. Bernard Miller's. Mrs. B. E. Sanders returned Sunday from the. weekend at Henry HawJey's, Mason City. Mrs. Pearl Beukema and the children were Sunday afternoon callers at Lawrence Doege's, Titonka. The Oscar. Hammonds were Saturday evening callers at John Scheuler's, near Swea City, Donald Jennings, who attends high school at Whittemore, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, north of town. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusie Noble, Mrs. Alfred Opheim, and the latter's children spent Saturday evening at the Henry Phillips home, Algona. * * . WANT ADS ARE YOUR • MARKET PLACE ¥• ¥ OFFICIAL NOTICE , BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOS- use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, ! power and heating purposes'has I been filed by the Pocahontas ' County Rural Electric Cooperative, Pocahontas, Iowa, in the of- I fice of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams, and private lands, to-wit: (7200 vlts, single phase, vvye con- five (ft nccted, neutral multi-grounded.) Beginning at the Southeast corner of Section Eight (8), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, _ .-_ Iowa, thence West on the high- j Commissi way on the South line of said Section Eight (8) v three-fourths (%) mile; and beginning at the Southeast corner of Section IOWA Twenty-eight (28), said Township and Range, thence West on the highway on the South line of said Section Twenty-eight (28), one (1) mile. The Iowa Stale Commerce Commission fixed the Ninth (9th) day of January, 1945, at ten ATTEST: (10) o'clock A. M., in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition. ve d^ b a ing. The Iowa Sla° M - Dated at DCS Moincs I™, vember 30, 1044. ' Iow , „ %1 STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT THE SIXTH WAR LOAN DRIVE OMicr Lii Verne X M. M. C. 2-c Burtis De Nio and his wife arrived from Portland, Ore., a few days ago to visU the former's parental Clifford Holmes home. Mrs. De Nio went to Portland to visit her husband, fell sick there, and after recovery decided t stay till her husband had a furlough. Frank Devitt, Algona, was calling on old friends here and looking after his farm interests. Mr. Devitt owns two farms, one north of town tenanted by the Robert Caseys, the other east of town tenanted by the John Voss Jr. family. Mrs. Martha Godfrey has gone to Phoenix, Ariz., for a visit at her daughter Mrs. Howard Martin's. Mrs. Viola Schultz, Livermore, sister of Mrs. Godfrey, is looking after the home while Mrs. Godfrey is away. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ristau, Mr. IOWA DEFENSE RELOCATION CORPORATION In Co-operation With The UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OFFERS FOR SALE Four Farms in Kossuth County, Iowa 73 ACRES, one mile east of Swan City, well located on paved highway. 70 acres crop land; balance in farmstead, lanes etc Good soil types. Well fenced. Buildings well located and protected by shelter belt. • 156.35 ACRES, 4'/i miles cast of Swea City. 143 acres slightly rolling crop land; balance in farmstead, etc. Complete set of [arm buildings located on gravel road 10 rods from pavement A good grain and livestock farm. 153.84 ACRES, 3Vi miles west of Lakota on pavement 140 acres slightly rolling crop land. Well located buildings, all recent construction except dwelling. Electricity, pressure water system and flowing well. Well fenced. 160 ACRES, 8 miles northeast of Swea City, IVi mile from gravel road. 151 acres slightly rolling crop land. Good fences Electricity. A good producing, General livestock and grain farm with a complete set of buildings. Four Farms in Palo Alto County, Iowa . •• : ''•*'' "30 ACRES, 21/2 miles cast of Rodman. No buildings- about 71 acres tillable. Farm generally level, well fenced and in good state of fertility. 158.21 ACRES, 2% miles east of Emmetsburg, 1/4 mile off pavement on good gravel road. Buildings are attractive, ample in iize, well constructed, in good repair and protected by shelter belt. Well drained, productive soil. A good family type farm in a good community. 222.7 ACRES, 8 miles north of Ruthven. Buildings in good repair and well located for efficient operation. Productive soil types, adapted to grain, livestock or' dairy farming. 200 ACRES, 6 miles northeast of Marathon. 192 acres slightly rolling to rolling crop land. Buildings in good repair and protected by shelter belt. Fences mostly good. A highly productive farm in a good neighborhood. Sealed bids on aproved forms will be received by the Regional Business Manager, Farm Security Administration 342 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis 7, Indiana, until 2'00 p m CWT, January 9, 1945, and then opened. To secure bid forms' details of sale, etc., write or see ' W. F. Coddington, Manager Iowa Defense Relocation Corporation 17'/2 East State Street Algona, Iowa A iVE MOVE closer to victory, it wouldn't be surprising if you were saying to yourself— "What's the big idea of a»king for all this,additional money now? Isn't the war almost over?" No sir, it is not! Not by a long shot. Of course, for many months now you've heard mostly about the war with Germany, where our greatest effort is concentrated. That's *rhy many people have the idea that the war's practically over. But make no mistake about it— nothing eould be farther from the truth ! The Japanese «rar is a tremendous undertaking, and victory will come high. We'll have to fight every inch of the way. '• Everything Costs More— In the Pacific War The European war is expensive, but at. most everything in the Pacific war will cost more. Take transport costs, for instance: Be- HOME LOANS WITH NO MORTGAGE RENEWAL COSTS OR WORRIES Borrow to purchase, repair or refinance your present loan. Low monthly payments with interest figured only on the actual unpaid balance each month. Pay any amount anytime, secure full credit, no prepayment penalties. Our loan service has given us a wide experience and knowledge of values in this community and we will gladly advise you. Compare our plan with others and you will know why we finance so many homes. Details given—no obligation. Veterans' Home Loans—G. I. Bill of Rights—Inquire here for information. BUY WAR BONDS HERE Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association Town Property Loans Since 1917 Algona Iowa ' """ "' " " 49tf •mount of freight costs 25 per cent more when) •hipped to the South Pacific than to Europe.' And it takes twice as many cargo ships in the Pacific to support a task force of a given size .because turn-around time is twice as great! More Planes . . .Tanks . . . Ships ... Oil In addition, we shall need more of everything. More B-29 Superfortresses that cost $600,000 each. More P-47 Thunderbolts that cost $50,000 each. More M-4 Tanks, with bulldozer blades, that cost $67,417 each. More amphibious tanks—more aircraft carriers-^more supply ships—more gasoline and oil than it took for the invasion of Europe! .Care for the Sick and Wounded And lest anyone forget, we shall need more battalion aid stations—more clearing stations — more evacuation hospitals—more convalescent hospitals—more hospital ships. For many, many years the sick, wounded, and otherwise disabled veterans will require medical attention and care. That's the least Uncle Sam can do in appreciation of what they've done for us. Maintenance for Millions Did you ever stop to think how much money it costs to maintain the 11 to 12 million men and women in our army and navy? Whether the men are actually fighting or not, they must v!?e4ed,hojised, transported from one training center or battle area to another, cared for in a hundred and one different ways. That all costs money and will continue to until the last man demobilized is back in civilian clothes. In addition, millions of dollars will be required for mustering-out pay, for various benefits and services voted by Congress to help the boys get started in civilian life. These are reasons enough why patriotic Americans will want to buy heavily during the Sixth War Loan. But here are still more- Winning the Peace—for Your Country If we're to win the peace as well as the war, the cost of living must be kept down and the purchasing power of money preserved. A reckless inflation that would necessarily be followed by the catastrophe of deflation—with its unemployment, bankruptcies, misery and heartache—must be prevented at all cost. Let's make no mistake—a dangerous period lies ahead. The American people have nothing to fear, however, if they show in the future the same common sense they have shown in tho past, and continue to put every penny over rock-bottom expenses into the purchase oi : more and more War Bonds. Winning the Peace—for Yourself Want another important reason? Yourself! There isn't a better or safer investment in the world today than War Bonds. In helping your country, you are also helping yourself! Never ' in our entire history has it been so necessary to save as right now. We'll need money, in- individually, for education, repairs, replacements, retirement—and we'll need a lot of it. As you can see there are many reasons, important reasons, why our Government must have the financial support of everyone, and have it for many months to come. Let all Americans do their part —for their own sake, for their country's. BUY AT OAST ONE EXTRA WAR BOND...TODflY! Algana Implement Co. Algona Maytag Store Dr. W. D. Andrews Algona Hardware, O. F. Peterson Algona Ice Cream Factory v 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. Elce Alrona Co-Operative Creamery Co. AUona Skelgas Service, Jess Deen, Prop. Arnold Motor Supply Barker Drue Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom Furniture Co. E. S. Blossom Ins. Agency L. S, Bohannon Ins. Agency Botsford Lumber Co. E. E. Bushnell, 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. H. 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 Elk Cleaners & Furriers European Hotel, R. A. Johnson, Mgr. Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store Fox & Winkel, Veterinarians Funk & Delm Galbraith Pool Hall Gamble Store Graham Department Store Mel B. Griffin, Raesly Lumber Co. Greenberg Auto Supply Grotte Cafe Harms Oil Co., Phillips 66 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 Duane Jensen, 7 Up Kossuth County Implement Store Kent Motor Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlbaas Hardware Kossuth County Advance Kossuth County Mutual Fire Ins. Kossuth Motor Co. Kossutji 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 McCullough 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 Shop Modernistic Beauty Shoppe Momycr Abstract Co. Gene Murtagh National Tea Co. F. S. Norton & Son Norton Machine Works James Neville Shoe Store O. K. Rubber Welders Perciva) Motors Garage Potter Lockers Pratt Electric Store Pioneer HiBred Seed Cort w Ray's Jack Sprat Store Richardson Furniture % Rising Elevator Dr. C. C. Shierk, PodUtrW Sjogren's Cottage Grocery Dr. F. E. Sawyer G. W. Stillman Sargent & Co. Security State Bank' Shilts Brownbilt Shoe St«« S & L Store Smoke Shop & NewssUM Sorensen Grocery & Me» Swift & Co. G. D. Shumway Spilles Hardware Silver Gray Cafe Thompson Distributing w> Twin Co Beauty Salon Ulfers Stockyards Viking Oil Co., E. B Western Buyers Dr. R. M. Wallace White's Market W. G. Woodward * {Sender's •Issuing Agencies. it-pwpwrf wwfer w*pk* of ItaNr? D*pnrtiB iw

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