Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1944 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Society Tqjwnsend Club Meets- Members and friends of Algona Townsend club No. 1 met with Mr. and Mrs. James Magonigil, 325 So. Woosler St., last week Tuesday evening for election of officers and social time. The Auxiliary reported a successful sale Dec. 9, proceeds totaling $116.84. The 1944 council members were reflected for the coming year with Mrs. A. M. Anderson as president. The auditing committee and the council will hold a reorganization meeting this Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heard. Following the business session everyone enjoyed an old-fashioned Christmas tree program, with Santa Glaus on hand. Golden Wedding Observed— Mr. and Mrs. William Turner held open house Tuesday afternoon to ;elebratc their golden wedding anniversary which fell on Christmas day. They received numerous gifts, potted plants and flowers and among them was a hand painted desert scene in a gold frame done by Mrs. Wm. J. Bourne, of Phoenix, Ariz. The Bournes attended the Turner silver wedding anniversary when they were all neighbors in Union, township. FOR SALE—WARM MORNING type circulating heater, used little, like new, $50.00.—Stoeber Hdw., Fenton, la. 16pl6 P.B. DUROC BOARS FOR SALE —1 mile west, Vfe south of Seneca—Otto Wllberg, Fenton. 14 (2)7tf .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FARM OWNERS—YOU can sell your farm NOW at a good price. List your farm with the undersigned as I have over 150 farm buyers on my list.—Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 30pl5-17 WE WISH TO THANK THE relatives and friends for their kindness and flowers during the illness and death of our beloved I baby.—Pvt. and Mrs. B. Bruns- j j void and Family. 27pl6: WE WISH TO THANK THE rel-1 atives and friends for their kindness and flowers during the) illness and death of our beloved • husband and father.—'Mrs. Vio- j let Walker and children. 29pl6 I OTHER SOCIETY NEV/S. The Jesse Lashbrooks had a family dinner Christmas day and guests were Mrs. Lashbrook's brothers and sisters with their families: Mrs. Sadie Brown, Mrs. Gerald Ashlock, Gladys, Ellen, Harley and Roland Burtis, Mrs. Marie Burtis and son Bob, all of Mason City, and the John McGuires, Algona. Roland Burtis had been sick at Rochester and had just returned from the hospital. Except for the Lashbrook son Bob, apprentice seaman hospitalized at Farragut, Ida., with rheumatic f^ver, the family circle was complete. /*]| The Cnristmas meeting of the Presbyterian Westminster Guild met at Hattie Wilson's with Valeria Butts and Jeanne Guderian assisting hostesses, Atha Hardgrove program leader. Instead of a gift exchange, the members brought presents for a needy family. WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR ; thanks to the many friends and neighbors for their sympathy and the many deeds of kindness shown us at the time of the death of our beloved husband and father; also for the many beautiful flowers.—Mrs. Nellie Rich and children. . 46pl6 WANTED BY FEB. 1, married man with farm experience. Feeding cattle and tractor work. No milking. Separate house with electricity.—Write or call M. T. McGuire, phone 2616 Bode. 27ul5tf NOTICE OF REGULAR Annual meeting. The regular annual meeting of all members of the Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association of Algona, la., for the purpose of election of directors and for the transaction of any other business of the association will be held on January 17, 1945, at 2 p. m., at the office of the Association located at 206 East State St., Algona, Ia.-^C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y-Treas. 16-17 FOR , SALE—Registered Hampshire spring boars. New 'blood for old customers.—Joseph Skow, Wesley, la.., 16ul6-17 VISIT US AT NEW LOCATION, formerly Ford Garage building, for .Tractor Tire Chains, Air Compressor, Pump Jadk with Electric Motor, Batteries, 16-in. Furnace Blower complete with Motor, Metal Poultry Nests, Lamp Heated Waterers; also a nice line of Heating Stoves; Monarch Ranges, Water Softeners,-/ and' Heaters. Good line of Hardware and Implements, parts, arid some Allot- ed Machinery that has not been spoken for. J. E. Ukena Hardware and Implements. 15-18 SALE DATES Jan. 4—M. E. Burwash, % mile north, 2 east of Fenton, closing out farm sale. Jan. 15—Charles Potter; closing out sale 3 M. west and 4 south of Algona. Thursday, Jan. 18—J. J. Wadleigh, 8 mi. S,-4% east of Algona. NEW STATION IN ALGONA ******* •**•»**«-**«*•*••»•« WANTS fh-n u con lf le . ted for the Schultz Bros, is now in use under th* management of the boys Dad, Alfred Schullz, who is m charge for the duration. Armin is in the Pacific area with the army having been in service nearly two years now, and Wesley is farming. The building was parted November 1, and the land was purchased six months ago. The station was first operated some 4 years ago, bie land being leased. It is located on No. 169 just east of the fairground!. Several other small buildings have been built or moved onto the site to make a little addition to. the town. ' ' ' ''' '' CHESTER WHITS BOARS FOR sale.—Mike Loss. 6ul6 WANT TO BUY—vi h. p. motor. —Richard Webster, phone • 736, Algona. ^ g!6 FOR SALE—38-FT. SANDWICH elevator.—C. A. Derner, Whittemore, la. 10pl6 WANTED— SECOND COOK, also one waitress, starting Jan. 1.— Algona Hotel. 15-16 FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS, new blood lines.—P. M. Chris- lenson. Lone Rock. 9u8tf INCOME TAX REPORTS completed.—See Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 9pl5-17 FOR SALE—ELECTRIC RADIO sot.—Nick Maharas, 1302 E. Linden street, Algona, la. I3pl5-I6 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hereford bull, 3 years old. — Ben Hansen, Whittemore, Iowa. 12pl5-17 FOR SALE—750 WATT DELCO light plant with 32-volt motor, in good shape.—Joe Lynch, Lone Rock. 18pl6 PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Howlett & Sons, (i miles south and one mile east of Britt. 15u5tf FOR SALE — John Nordstrom house on west McGregor St., $2,200. Good terms.—C. W. Niq- oulin, Algona, la. 16ul6 FOR SALE — '/a ton Model A Ford pickup, good tires, good motor; also registered Hampshire boar.—H. L. Brandow. 17pl6 FOR SALE — REGISTERED Hereford bulks. Ready for service. Also some grades.—Joseph Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 15ul6-17 HAMPSHIRE SHROPSHIRE and Cheviot rams, yearlings and 2-year-olds; also Berkshire boars ready for service.—Ben G. Stu- dcr, Wesley. 17ul6-17 WANTED: HATCHING EGGS. Can use limited number of additional flock for hatching eggs. Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spencer, Iowa, phone 1000. 17ul4-16 FOR SALE—WELL IMPROVED 294 acres close to Algona. Priced to sell. Possession March ist, 1944. New house, partly finished, Bancroft, la., priced to sell.—See D. D. Monlux. Schultz Bros. •'••'• .. . t> Dealers in Gas and Oil Ward Tires Batteries Oils and Greases of all Kinds Hog Feeds Used Cars All sizes Grade 3 Tires on Hand FOR ONE WEEK ]• will sell , 25-lb. Pressure Gun Grease 1 __:!__ for $1.98 Algona THURSDAY DEC. Phone 975 Ward's New Hybrid Seed Corn (State certified brand suitable for this zone) L'lace your order now for spring delivery. Ward's Supreme Quality PENN OIL. Special price for this week December 30 to Jan. 6. -~» gals. 7(>c i>«r gal. plus drums. l.> gals. CSc per gal. phi* #2 for barrel. 30 gals. <>(><; per gal. plus $3 for barrel.-' 55 gals. (MC per gal. plus $4 for barrel. Schultz Bros. Across I'm m Fair Grounds. Alguiia Congratulations to Schullz Brot.and Dad on their new station Viking Oil Company REGISTERED ABERDEEN AN- gus bulls ready for service; also Shorthorn bulls of finest quality and breeding. Priced reasonable. —Ben G. Stucler, Wesley, la. 19ul6-17 FOR SALE — WAGON WITH wide tire wood wheels; John Deere spreader with slat apronj Peoria endgate seeder complete. —Paul F. Ludwig, Whittemore. 20(2)16 I WANT TO THANK ALL MY friends, neighbors, and the fire department for thyir splendid cooperation for putting out the fire at my farm.—Alphonse Berte and E. B. Carlson, Mgr. Tire Recappers Leave tires with Schultz Fort Dodge Bros, for recapping—car, truck, and tract tor tirei. MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiM COAT ANNEX Sale Begins December 29th LASTS FOR 10 DAYS ss In the ten years that the ANNEX has be in running our customers .have learned jE; to expect BIG THINGS when we put on a sale. You'll not be disappointed in this H ".(,'AT SALE. Here are almost unbeliev ible values. In the face of rising coats Is-, and scarcity of materials, you'll find the BIGGEST COAT VALUES IN TEN H YEARS AT THE ANNEX THIS WEEK AND NEXT. •.as M**-*- F»"t DON'T IVl'SS THIS SALE. : We have abo it fifty coats to sell—and most of these \v'}\ go at $10.00. All sizes from 12 to 40 (no real large sizes) and we have put almost'every coat into this one price range. There are a few higher priced ones but ten bucks will buy the best coat you ever saw for the money. Come early and get your share of the bargains. We are going to clean house on ~r coats before January 1st. . If you need a "betwecn-'jeason" coat — if you need S something to finish out the winter, buy one of these $10.00 coats. Sale begins « Friday morning, December 29th, at nine o'clock. | Everything goes-all wool materials, dress and | sport models, blacks and colors . . . | A F€W "BETTER'' COATS AT V . ^iiiin FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FLOU Consumers Meats BOLOGNA . „ 29c SKINLESS WIENERS ....,„. 29c POLISH SAUSAGE . ... ,„ 29c PORK CHOPS S....... ,,,27c CAMPBELL* PORK & BEANS 2 I.LB. CANS 19c RED ROOSTER COFFEE 3-LB. BAG 59c MAGIC WASHER 23c SUNSWEET PRUNES LARQE 19c HONEY >/z GALLON 1.29 HILEX gallon quart 49e 19c BLEACH quart 4 A** bottle .... lUC SCOURING PADS S.O.S. 15c SODA CRACKERS 2-LB. BOX 25c IVORY SOAP 3 to, 25c MEDIUM 3 for 1 9C KELLOGG'S SHRED. WHEAT 10c TOILET SOAP CAMAY per box KELLOGG'S PEP 2 tol 19c •• -" KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKE5 KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES OXYDOL OR op RINSO 21 c

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