Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1944
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•s& 23-Ap- ftenry Kop- r -iy Wnittembre, la., is" a her of the' newest class of the' Navy V-12 unit at the University of the South here. He reported .here last March. RELOCATION CORPORATION Irt Co-operation With The UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OFFERS FOR SALE fifrtrr Farms in Kossu t h County, Iowa ACRES', dne mile east of Swea City, well located on naveri hway, 70 acres cro^ hmd; balance in farmstead lanes etc fen< * d - Bu wen 1 ' 53.84 A€RES> 31/4 ,mileS' west of Lakota on pavement 140 facres sllghtl* rolling crop larid. Well located buildings all re •cent coristructliott except dwelling. ' Electricity pressure w'-if or steiW and fldwing well. Well fenced. P'essuie watei |160 AC*E8i 8 .miles northeast of Swea City, m. m ji e f ,, ftrr . gravfel rbad. 151 acres slightly rolling crop land'. Good fenceT Elet^ty,, A gdod producing, general livestock and grain [fafm-with-a'-complete set of buildings. s • Four farms iit Palo Alto County, Iowa te miles east of '•Rodman. No .buildings; about 71 tillable .Farm generally level, well fenced and in good state oi- fertility. : •j. ~'-1- ,""""„"" ~.,~T -_—---a, /i mile off ijuvc- gravel road. Buildings are attractive, ample in r. -win- rt^rt^xS' g ?° a re P, airAand Protected by shelter t.^ Well drained, productive soil. A good family type farm a good community. ':.? ACfeES, 8 miles north of Ruthyen. Buildings in good re- :r an*, well, located for efficient operation. Productive soil ypes, adapted 16 < grain, livestock or dairy farming. BOO ACRES, 6 1 miles northeast of Marathon. 192 acres slightly Rolling: t6 rolling crop land. Buildings in good repair and protected by shelter belt. Fences mostly good. A highly produc- [tive; farm in a good neighborhood. Sealed bids on approved' forms -will be received by the Regional Business Manager, Farm Security Administration 342 Massachusetts Avenu'e, Indianapolis 7, Indiana, until 2-00 p m ICWT, 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 1-7 ] A East State Street Algbna, Iowa . PARTY FOR A NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB: FEKTOK : Fenton, Dec. 26—The Friendly Neighbor club had a Christmas party last Thursday at Mrs. W. E. Laage's, Mrs. Edward Meyer and Mrs. Erie Reid assisting, 23 members attending. Christmas Carols were' sung, and, two contests were conducted by Mrs. Meyer. GuesShig penny- winners were Dorothy Dreyer and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, and on guessing at how long a candle would burn,, Lorena Dreyer and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer were winners. Mrs. A. J. Meyer, daughters Grace and Lizzie, are new members. "Secret Sisters" were revealed, and names were drawn for 1945 "secret sisters." Hostesses for January are Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and her daughter Alvina. Four-H Girls Have Party— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club had an annual Christmas party last week Monday night at F. F. Mueller's, Delores Mueller hostess, and nine members, the leader, and the assistant leader attended, each with a small child a s guest. After games, gifts were 1 ' distributed. Attending: Mary Alice Rossiter, Carol Sue Tatum, Karen Hainzinger, Marilyn Weis-< brod, Carol Bierstedt, Joan McGovern, Marlene arid Maynard Weisbrod, Yvonne Bor'chardt, Clarence Bierstedt, Harlah Mueller, Bessie Bellinger, Beth Ann Newel, Mrs, V. J. Tatum, Mrs. Milton Weisbrod,. Mrs. Fred Newel, Josephine Lund, and Dorothy Dreyer. Community Club Elects— The Community, club, .had its annual oyster stew and "membership drive -last week Monday evening at the club rooms, and officers were elected: Frank Behne, president; Lester Weisbrod, vice; J. A. G. Smith, reelected secretary. A committee iwas appointed to organize, the business houses in each block for resurfacing main street next summer. Birthday is Celebrated— ; The Happ'y Birthday club had a Christmas party Friday at Mrs. ! Ervin Solberg's, 18. memb,er.s attending, also Mrs. Lyle Thomp son, Cylinder, Mrs. Adrian Kuy A Good Sign In These Times KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA _ LEDYARD YOUTH HELPED TO GET FOTOS OF TRUK per, ftodtmafy and Ruth Fessler, guests. A Christmas program \yas given, and gifts were 6x- changed. Mrs. Amos Berkland's birthday was celebrated. Crouch Heads S. S. Class— The Methodist 50-50 S. S. class met last week Tuesday evening in the church basement, 24 persons attending, and officers were elected: President, Earl Crouch; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Crouch. Lunch was served by Mr and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson. Lieutenant Has Furlough— Lt. R. A. Schwartz", in air corps service, arrived Thursday from West hampton Beach, Long Island, N. Y., on a 14-day furlough. Other teuton News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel Leclyard, Dec. 26 — M. Mech. Sgt. Bernard Payne, who was recently here to visit his father, Win. Payne, has made an enviable record during three years in the air corps. He had just returned from nine months overseas in the South-vest Pacific. His Liberator was first to fly over Truk island and get pictures of the layout, particularly the airways, i Bernard, who is 29, spent most'of • his life in this community before entering the service. His father A -MI ~f~< "" "<- ; ™ ci lives on a farm northwest of! and Mrs G. B. .Johnson drove to town. Bernard has four sisters' Hartley Friday to attend a sch6ol and ?. brother in service. Another i Christmas program. The Newel sister Susan Payne, is a regis-' — E---.V£,*.MI*I. j.iic li C WC J. daughter' La Vonne Newel, who teaches there, accompanied her parents home- for the holidays. She will return -to Hartley January 3. - Mrs. Arthur Mueller entertained at two 1 tables of 500 last Thursday evening. Mrs. Sam Warner won high,Mrs. Mary Hansen was low, and Mrs. Ray Tietz won a prize. Gifts were ex- tered nurse in California. Navy Sailor Has Accident— Chas. Ternes, S. 1-c, in the Marshall Islands, was recently a they hud sent to him and (hat both -iiriyed in *ooci condition. He especially appreciated some chocolate fudge. Dyer Son Phones Home— Joe Dyer, employed at Washington, D. C., called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer, by phone one evening recently. Ho is in the census bureau of the Department of Commerce, and is another of the Dyer boys who is making good. Irene, the only girl, has been employed at Washington a long time. Howard Mayrie Son Patient-Word was received by Mrs. Joe Mayne from -the Hov/ard Maynes. Long Beach, Calif., that the son Wallace, who had been in a hospital since Dec. 1, was at 'home again and doing well. He had an appendectomy, and the surgeons found that he had a liver injury which wag traced to a fall from a bicycle. u £ ^^Z ^^ff^^^m PAGE THHEB Barnes, came to help with the housework. Used Cotton Goods Wanted— Anyone having cotton mater- C's, old shirts, etc., or woolen pieces to give away is requested to call No. 50. The war need is urgent. Changed, member. Mrs. Tietz is a new The U Deal M Bridge club met last week Monday evening at Mrs. Alvin Zumach's, arid high was won by Mrs. Larry Alt. Substitutes were Mesdames;' J. A. Mueller, A. H, Spethy'"E. W. Ruske, and Lloyd Sunde. ; : Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod, Des Moines,' arrived last week Wednesday on two- weeks' vacation at the parental C. F. C. Laage's and W. J, Weis- .brod's respectively. Marie and Elaine, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Moms Mitchell in .nurses' training at Minneapolis, were at home for the weekend i and Christmas. | Viola Mueller, who teaches at Primghar, came Friday for the (holidays at the parental F. F. .Mueller's. She will go back Jan. 3rd. Mrs. George Mazurk, Chicago, visited Mrs. Howard Robey from last week Wednesday to Monday evening this week. Mildred and Lynn Goetsch, of Des Moines, came Friday for a visit at George Goetsch's. Mary Jane Eigler, R. N., Des Gifts for Chidlren's Home— At a recent White Gifts Christmas meeting of the Women's u Guild a large number of hospital patient, after""having, new articles of clothing were do- been injured on his boat, man- '• nated for the Evangelical home ned by two men, when a crank i ^ or children and the aged in Ben- slipped, broke two of his fingers, i senv 'He, 111. There were also two --- ' ' ' ' • envelopes containing currency. Thompsons 37 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. John Miller recently en'.crtained at 6 p. m. dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson's 37th wedding anniversary, and others attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Cpl. Duane Thompson. Of her Ledynrd News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larson, Armstrong, were recent Sunday tailors at H. F. Zielske's. Mrs. Lamm, a niece of Mrs. Zielske, was formerly Muriel Jenks, and her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jenks, Fairmont. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and her granddaughter Sharon Kay Mayne are here for some months at the former's daughter Mrs. Irvin Klinksiek's. Sharon will attend school here. Ernie Ploeger went to Fort Dodge a week or so ago for a re-check at the Lutheran hospital. Ernie fell and was badly injured one day .early last sum- mer. —..— Dbfis Welfare arrived fe&ntly from Long Beath, Calif., .Jo? an extended visit at the parental J. H. Welfare's. She had'been employed at a drug store there. At a recent United Service women's meeting at Mrs'..H. F. Zielske's six women made,' handkerchiefs, and yarn was unraveled from old sweaters. Mrs. August Knoner was lately reported improving from her recent sickness. Her daughter Mrs. Fred Junkermeier was caring for her. ....j./^v.iA, ^/i Ui^u I.VVU UL 1U& LJIIgUlS, and cracked a bone in the left forearm. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ternes. learned of the acc'.dent in a letter from him two weeks ago. I-le said he had received two Christmas boxes Moines, came home last Thursday for the holidays. Mrs. Clara Mueller, Earl ville, is at her son Dr. J. A. Mueller's. IDLE MONEY IN BANKS SHOULD WORK FOR VICTORY in WAR BONDS Mrs. Troff Getting Better— Mrs. Aielt Troff was lately reported improving at the Man- katp hospital, where she w:;s a patient. Her sister, Marjorie DWELLINGS - HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S. Blossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf HELP YOUR CAR eather The Storms At'the:famous D^-X Sign, you'll find a friendly D-X Dealer who's equipped to provide your car with all the protective and preventive , services that are essential for safe, economical winter driving. Have' /him take out the winter squeaks and safeguard the chassis against dingerou* winter wear with D-X Guaranteed Lubrication... check the transmission and differential lubricants...the tires, spark plugs, battery, radiator. Weather the winter storms the D-X way! Drive in... at the D-X Sign. MID'CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION Famo^t Diamond 760. •• the •»£«, fast-starting, ««ry oil. rUvt your D-X Dealer and refill the ,cr*nkcase with tkii top *Mlky Itibctoai to fight wint«r engine wear. Diamond OX Products are Distributed by Mid-West|Service Co, AFTER Coats v Dresses - Hats 75 LADIES' DRESSES From $5.95 to $14.95 REDUCED TO $4, $6 AND $8 40 QUALITY COATS From $15.95 to $34.50 REDUCED TO $9 AND $19 20 FUR TRIMMED COATS From $39 to $85 REDUCED TO $29, $39, $59 IS LOVELY FUR COATS From $143 to $390 REDUCED 1 4 100 HIGH STYLE HATS From 2.98 to 4.95 REDUCED TO $1 AND $2 EXTRA — Ladici' Wool Sweaters, slightly soiled Only 2.98 WARM CLOTHES We have a nice stock of warm Hose, Anklets, and % Hose, Ladies' and Children's sizes; warm Mittens and Scarfs, Snow Pants, Slacks, Snow Suits, Jackets, and Sweaters in Ladies' and Children's sizes. Kresenslcy's FENTON YOUTH MAJOR. . Fentbn, Dec. 23—Mr; aM'-'Mrs. Charles Newel have received ! news that their son Harold- has'"' been promoted to major.- He' 'has been in New Guinea sin'ce last January. ••'•'_' !*••< .-...>.:. •* • If you can't get i* in: a state • let a Want Ad find it for you • uper-Valu Algona, Iowa TEXAS SEEDLESS Grapefruit SO for 37c LARGE NAVEL doz. 49c Radishes, 3bnc. 13c FOLGER'S Ibs. 53c ALGONA CRY. 45c DAIRYLAND MILK Campbell's TOMATO SOUP... OXYDOL UPY CRACKERS. * * • taH cans cans , 3 w 2 large pkgs. . 2 u.s. 33c I 5JC cans SNO WHITE Bleach gal. 39c P&G Soap bars . . . 14c Sunshine SEEDLESS RAISINS LEWIS LYE 3c. BS 25c * QUALITY MEATS * Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE , 19c PURE GROUND KEF , 25c RING BOLOGNA, , 29c LONGHORN CHEESE „ 38c BULK MINCE MEAT ...... 25c HOOD'S -,•<•..• "A Super-Value Algona, Iowa im *. ''*y -* -si' JStt

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