Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1944 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1944
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THURSDAY. PEC. 29, 1944 IOWA TIIUKHOAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY HE WANTED TO LIVE.,. DONALD BARRY RUTH TERRY Co-Hit '"Heppy" struts his stuff! /' . HUN., OTON.,-TUE8., WEI). , Sunday and N«w Year's Conl. from I O'clock GENE AUTRY —in— "JM3I) IHVEU VALLEY" Co-Hit JINX.FALKKMsUllti '•—in— "TAHITI KIG.HTS" THUKS., Fill., SAT., DEC. 28-S9-80 ROUGH! ROMANTIC! RIOTOUSI M-G-M's TERRIFIC WESTERN THRILLER! WALLACE BEERY • IIHHIE ••'•• into, IIUCE BARHES VCARRCDINE • KELLOGG Frances MAFFHTY . Chill WILLS DOUBLE CA1U»S FOH FUN , SUM)AY AMI MOX1JAY, DEC. 81-JAJN. 1 Year's Attraction Alan LADD Lorctta , YOUNG SUN1IAY MIIINIGHT SHOW,-11:80 New Year's Eve Tickets Now on Sale, (iOc Get HOT! Get HEP! Get NAPPY! HERE'S THE JOY SHOW TO START r " WITH A ROAR! *s*f-f$7 mrsiHUMiK OF JOE'SKATING LOVELIES ! ^ »' MUSICAL EVER PRODUCED! pr. . a . f " RALSTON ......, ..EUGENf PALLEME VtftA VAGUE KOBtKf HVINUSION SIlPHANIt riACHtlOK ROY ROGERS ., Mrs. C. R. Benneit spent Christmas with .her mother in Clarion. She is in railway express employ here, and is the former Omega McGrath. Mr. and Mrs. Berl Furness, of Sheffield, were Christmas day guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. R. H. Gudcrian, KOSSUTII COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Auction As my boy has left for the army, it is necessary for me to sell my entire herd of dairy cattle and the following described property to the highest bidder on the Cox Estate farm 1 mile east of Livermore, Iowa, .on Friday, Jan. 5th Beginning at 1:00 P. M. Yocum Lunch Wagon on Grounds 1 HORSE Bay. mare, good saddle horse, 3 years. 23 Head Dairy Cattle 18 Guernsey and 5 Holsiein cows —16 of these cows started freshening the 25th of October until now, balance to freshen soon. These are mostly young cows. All good dairy cows. Machinery, Etc. F-12 Farmall tractor on steel, good condition, and cultivator to fit; John Deere 14-in. tractor plow; 40-ft. Farmers Friend grain elevator, wide style, nearly new; John Deere ,horse drawn planter with tongue truck; 4-row bean drill and cultivator; Deering mower, 6-ft; 5-ft. McCormick mower; John Deere truck wagon, auto steer; steel wheel truck wagon; triple box wagon, nearly new; International 6-in. burr mill;' 30-ft. by 6 in. endless belt; 4-sec. drag; 13-ft. Jamesville disc;'John Deere gas engine, 1% h, p.; double gear pump jack; hay rack,' 4x6 stringers and 4x4 cross pieces; 3 large hog feeders, new; good breeching harness and collars; 50Q-lb. cream separator, new bowl; fruit jars; other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash; no property to b* removed until settled for. Geo. J. Foth OWNER COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers. PANK, ^..lui, mis. n. n. uudcrian, . "" here; also guests of the Guder- m 40 ians were the latter's sister. Mrs """" Walter Van Vest and husband and the son Gene, of near Sheffield. Mr. Furness operates a truck line, the Van Nests arc farmers. Mrs. Frank Henderson, a former member of the Methodist church here, sent a Dellia Robbia wreath from California to toe hung in the church sanctuary as a memorial to her loved ones who have died. The wreath is one of 1200 made at California Junior Republic, Chino, Calif., where Mrs. Henderson is housemother. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hungerford entertained their Swea City and Algona employes at a turkey dinner last week Wednesday evening at Cook's lunch room. There were 19 present and the Hungerfords were presented with a coffee table. The Hungerfords own and operate 'the Mainliner here and also own a garage at Swea City. Mrs. Merle Webster expected to spend this week with her hus band Ptr. 1-c. Merle Webster at Norfolk, Va., and Friday evening sent her baggage on ahead. At I half past two Saturday morning she received a telephone call from her husband telling her not 1 to come as he was being transferred. She has not yet been notified of his new location. Students attending Ottawa university, Ottawa, Kans., home for vacation are Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks, Lois Sparks, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Richardson. Mi;, Sparks and Mr. Richardson are student pastors and will return to con-1 duct church services Sunday.' The group will have charge of j the mid-week service at the Bap-' tist church this evening. Ida Godden was granted a divorce from James Wayne Godden Saturday by Judge G. W. Stillman. The couple was married at Bethany, Mo., Nov. 28, 1942, and separated January 9, 1943. Grounds for divorce wore given as cruel and inhuman treatment. Godden i.s now in the navy, and ' his consent to the divorce was j filed. There arc no children. j T. W. Fickes, Herman, Minn., | visited here recently with his ; nieces, Mrs. Maudic Hunsley and' 'Mrs. Linus Stal/.er. Mr. Fickes farmed near Corwilh many years ago and while in Algona called on a former neighbor, Frank Bunting, whom he had not scon and was hospitalized several weeks at Mason City, then lakon home. He fuffored another bud spoil two weeks ago, and was in a Forest City hospital, hut is a;;;iJn ;it home, !>\m>g.h in poor condition. Mrs. Montgomery is y sister of W. A. Dulton here. James Adams, S. 1-c., son of ;md Mrs. H. L. Adams, PAGE F1VS In a recent leiler to his wife here Sgl. Jesse Reynolds reported having seen Donald Lickteig, young man is in the 8th air force bomber command and is a. radio Mr. „ Bunting lives near Corwith, but was a patient at the Kossuth hospital. His wife died a few weeks ago. C. D. Montgomery, who farmed in Union township many of duty. He had been in service two years, and in the South Pa- 1- .- cific 22 months. He was married v^r i? S ?' t but f ° r t th ? Iast 20 ! last Au S ust lo Viol a- daughter of years had been marshal at Forest Mr. and Mrs. Robert M Jones, <-ny, suffered a stroke a year ago,! Bancroft. Wesley. He saw the Lickteig boy's picture in one of the Algona papers and looked him up. Donald is a captain in the infantry. Jesse also has reported hav- ,. . ,, - TT - •-• - — — — ing seen Webster Orton, son of Mr. ;md Mrs. H. L. Adams, has • Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton here. Mrs. Ella Padqett &£'a 0n r, an h ° norable medical These boys are all somewhere in i Bob were Christmas day guests discharge from the navy, and he the Central Pacific. Sergeant at the former's sifter Mrs Kath- rolurncd to A gona December 11 Reynolds has been in servict two j erine Reed's"and other ho mlhc cast coast, where he years, and has not been home in - "had been hospitalized ten weeks ! that time. because of Churns received in line An official notice a few days ago from the war office at Omaha announced that Air Corps T.- n ITT V, — r ~ -• i rmes i a t home on leave, after al- bgt. Paul W. Fuerstenau was ex- most two years in the Southwest peeled at Jefferson Barracks, I Pacific, will report at Oakland, Mo., Christmas day on furlough I Calif., Jan. G, for reassignment after six months overseas. The | Mrs. Cosella, whose husband is a lieutenant in the air corps in Africa, will remain with her mother at Livermore till June, when. her husband is expected home'. Louise • Senne, Buffalo township, was here on business recently. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Senne,'-!had been seriously sick, tout both were -improving though neither was. able'to' do any work. Louise managed the farm a year herself after her - = .brother William Jr. went into were S.-Sgt. Johnny Reed, his j service, but last spring he was wife, and Mrs. Joseph Cosella, of' discharged to come home and California, the former Margaret help with the farm work. He and Reed. Sergeant Reed, of the Ma-! his wife lately bought a tenant operator on a B-17 flying fortress. He has covered 35 missions and spent 250 hours in operational combat flying. He is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Ella Padgett and her son house from T. A. Dunmire, Titonka, and moved it to his father's farm, did some painting and repairing, it. FEATURES BEPEXDABLE QUALITY -^TWW 9W ^W w -w w — YEAR RIGHT JW i* v ^» Of ARM AND SHOULDER V\ X VI SIRLQIM & SIRLOIN SWISS, Lb. "FRESH I We charge only ceiling prices ...or less. (2. We post our ceiling price lists prominently for your convenience. 3. We welcome guestions about our prices. If, in spite of our utmost care, a mistake occurs, please bring it to our attention. It will be corrected immediately. ( i4, We consider it our patriotic duty' TO KEEP PRICES DOWN LARGE SLICING & RING LB? BOLOGNA * 31c BULK PORK SAUSAGE Blended from choice pork & pure spices. 330 SUN-MAID RAISINS SEEDLESS NECTARS Lb.' Lb. CALF Hearts Lb. 19c Wilson's Pickled Pegs Feet 230 350 14-oz. Jar . 28-oz. Jar .. MINCEMEAT Of all the luscious, rich, spicy, old- fashioned mince pies you'll find our made-to-order mincemeat makes the best ... only the finest ingredients blended to give that tantalizing, special flavor. Purchase in bulk at the meat counter. SLICED BEEF LIVER Lb. 29c S-lb. Jar FRESH BEEF Tongue * 33c SUMMER Sausage u38c Ring LIVER SAUSAGE Lb.280 l-lb. Pkgrs. LAKU (Tour Choice) Rex—Bland—Star SMALL TENDER FRANKS PREMIUM & PURITAN « 35° Booth's Smoked HERRING, 21/4-oz. Pkg. .. Cut Lunch i HERRING, Pt. i Herring CUT- i LETS, Pt I PtIDIOCA PUDDING, Lb, Bag •WEDDIXG BHKAKFA8T WAFFLE SYRUP nOBB:ilOSS CUBAN CANE i SUGAR SYRUP. V»•.... 996 1 SDl'JKJIB 'GRAPEJELLY lr 20e I OREGON PLUM JAM, Mb. Jar 406 J CAI/IFOHNIA I SARDINES SvT'can I3e NANCY ANN VITAMIN-FORTIFIED BREAD Mammoth Loaf .... I 16 MEAD'S PABLUm pkg! .-...; 396 BLUE STAH FIG PRESERVES J^ v 296 MA BJJOWN 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD &,";*.. 15e SEASIDE CALIFOBNIA ' : LIMA BEANS %. ... 296 Salad Bowl SALAD DRESSING QUART JAR 30* ^^ Closing - Out Sale Supermix 3 pkgs. . . IOc SALADA Red Label BLACK TEA 4;;: 24c ***** . PORTO RICAN YAMS Lb. L.'-<-S I-'HESH nOASTKD PEANUTS, Lb 256 COUNCIL OAK '„ __, Whole Berry Coffee ^ .. 29c n,APl"B HAHY FOOD Cereal & Oatmeal, 2 Pkgs. 25c CI,AIU"S BAflY POOD Strained & Chopped, 4c. n *25e rAllNATlO>r PLAIN AND CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK, Lb. Jar. .386 EXTKA FANCY HEAD RICE, Lb ...I2e FinST VKIZE YELLOW CORN MEAL, 5-Lb, Bag 2(6 •SUrKlil) QUICK and REGULAR ROLLED OATS, 3-lb, Pkg, 246 NORTHERN GROWN Young Green Top 2 Bunches 15c Texas Seedless, lb. 6e Dromedary GINGERBREAD MIX Add water- boke -that'* oil I \lt' i Pker. YELLOW GLOBE 10 Lbs. .!..33c CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS NAVEL ORANGES ADD HEALTH TO BREAKFAST ,„ , ASST. SIZES ' -*--i'.. -x. i'.'-f* ^. LB. and are now living in. i STORES l^Bi^ ' : — ~ ' " -"'•• — ' YOUR MEALTIIVIE 29 a»4 80 i

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