Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1945 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 9, 1945
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PAGfi TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA born have G.W.PANGBURN DIES DEC. 24TH IN CALIFORNIA With a-letter dated the clay af-i ter Christmas, Mrs. Roby Miner | Walker, Long Beach, Calif., en-1 closed a. clipping from the Press-1 Telegram, a Long Beach daily j newspaper, reporting the death > the day before Christmas of Geo. W. Pangburn, 035 Cherry ave. The same information came in a letter, dated Saturday, Dec. 30, ! from.Mrs.. Vivian Yenning, 315 W. Spruce. St., Inglewood, Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pang- j burn. ! Mr. Pangburn, who had sick 2'/2 months, would been 84 had he lived till Inst week Wednesday—Jan. 3. He was born, at Fayette, la., and from 1904 till 1912 the family lived here, the present Ovsrmjer home being then their home. Mr. Pangburn was a lawyer, but he was in financially independent circumstances and practiced it only a limited way. He owned farms in this section, and they may now be part of his estate. Mrs. Pangburn, whose given name was Lora, survives, and besides the daughter Mrs. Yen- ning, there is another daughter, Mrs. Helen Rich, Long Beach. Mrs. Yenning has a son Harry J. Jr., Sacramento, Calif., and a daughter Marjorie, at home, and Mrs. Rich has a daughter Marilyn, .at home. A brother, Martin, of Mr. Pangburn, lives at Long Beach. Mr. Pangburn was a member of a Long Beach Methodist church, and the pastor conducted funeral services last week Tuesday at a Long Beach mortuary, with burial at the Long Beach Rose Hills Memorial Park. Mr. Pangburn was always deeply interested in politics, and at Long Beach he was a contributor to the 'ooen forum' columns in the newspapers. Ex-Algona|Girl Bride EX-IRVINGTON BOY PROMOTED FOR BRAVERY A recent clipping, from an unidentified . newspaper reported that Wendell L. Blythe, son of Mr. .nnd Mrs. Roy Blythe, Du- 1 bufue, had received a combat ] second lieutenant commission for bravery in action in Italy, A 'combat' commission is perhaps a commission awarded on the field of combat. The young man, who was- a technical sergeant in. the 133rd regiment, 34th division, General. i Clark's Fifth army, is a grandson I of Mrs. David Blythe, who is ! spending the winter, at an old ! people's rest home at Sioux ! Falls, also of Mrs. Nina Schichtl, who lives with her sister; Mrs. M, L. Roney, Irvington, and his paternal grandfather, after-whom he was named, was for many i years a widely known Irvington blacksmith. The clipping reported that the youth, who was born at Irvington, was recovering from minor wounds, and went on to say: \ "Recognized in his company as' a fearless leader, he led the initial attack across open, machine- gun-riddled ground before Pisa. More recently, he voluntarily directed an attack against a strongly fortified hill, though he knew his unit w.as partly surrounded.' "When the sergeant was wounded he gave first aid to an I injured comrade before he would ^llow himself to be evacuated. Previously he was sick four, days, I but refused -to go to the medics . IS ELEANOR JEAN EDGE, well remembered daughter of ! because he wished to remain 1 Dr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Edge, now of Mitchell, S. D., formerly of; with his men. Those in his pla- A)gcna, when Doctor Edge was pastor of the Methodist church here, j toon say he always scouts ad- An accouni ci Eleanor Jean's wedding appear's in today's Advance i vanced positions before allowing Swea City Church C allsNew Pastor Swea City, Jan. 8—The Im- mamiel Lutheran congregation held its annual meeting Tuesday, Jan. 2, and a call was voted to the Rev. Albert H. Hendrikson, Port Orchard, Wash. The church has been without a pastor since resignation of the Rev. Raymond Borg early last summer. Mr. Hsndriksen supplied here in, his student days, and because of his distance from here he-was not asked to come on trial. ALL ROOMS OF KOSSUTH R.C. LIBRARY HAS NEW? VOLUMES FOR THE CARNEGIE ALCOVE Dccieiy columns. his men to move forward." Hebron Red Gross Financial Report Mrs. George Eden, Hebron township Red Cross secretary- treasurer, announces receipts as follows: Lunches served at Stevens, $184.14; lunches at meetings, $20.96; for waste paper, $7.80; bake sales, $60.00; miscellaneous, Algona Youth Takes His Boots Training at a Navy Station Great Lakes. 111., Jan. 4—Boyd A. Granzow, 18, son of Mr. and Mra. Albert F. Granzow, Algona, la., is now receiving initial naval indoctrination at the naval traininp: center here. The recruit training consists of instruction in seamanship, military drill, and general naval pro- sea. When recruit training is completed, the seaman will receive a period of leave. Chapman Ordered To Gunner School Army Call for a Union Twp, Nurse Luverne, Jan. 8—T-Sgt. Irvin H. Chapman, who, with Mrs. Chapman, had been at Miami, Fla., three weeks, has now been assigned to Lowry Field, Colo." for training in remote fire con- Union Twp., Jan. 8 — Ruth, trol of turret guns in B 29s and daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank B 32s. Mrs. Chapman came with Cruikshank who has been at her husband as far as St. Louis, home since graduation in nurses training at Iowa City last October, lately received her call for cedure. During this period a ser-1 army nurses training at Camp $4.50—total, $278.08. The sewing ies of aptitude tests will be tak-I Carson, Colo., and left Friday for report follows: 11 pairs pajamas; 18 bedside bags; 27 housewives; 33 stuffed toys; 8 navy sweaters; pair scuffles. en by the recruit to determine whether he will be assigned to a naval service school, to a shore station, or to immediate duty at that point. Prior to studies at Iowa City she took a year of liberal arts at Cedar Falls. She is an only child. then visited her father and sisters at Goldfield. TO REPAIR HOUSE. H. J. Sherman, former Wesley barber now living here, has been granted a building permit by the city council, and will make repairs on a residence property he owns in northeast Algona. An executive meeting of the county Red Cross board was held at the high school building, here Friday, with newly elected chapter officers hv charge: Mrs. Walter Kem'pley, chairman, Algona; Mrs. W. E. Ley, Lakota, North Kossuth chairman; Mrs. William Ristau, Luverne, So. Kossuth chairman; Mrs. John Fasbender, Algona, treasurer; Joel Herbst, Algona, 1st vice chairman. Mrs. C.'C. Smith, Burt, secretary, is in California at present, and Mrs. Veda Murtagh is acting secretary in the meantime. A year ago three rooms were rented in the Hutchison (S. & L.) building, and at this meeting it was. voted to rent two additional rooms, all Red Cross departments to be accommodated in the five rooms. The home service work j has heretofore been done in the \ Haggard-Peterson building, and garment cutting at the Legion hall. Supplies and equipment from these places were moved j Monday. Beginning this week the Red Cross rooms will be open daily, 9 to 5, with an attendant in charge. Thanks were voted to the Modern Dry Cleaners, the Elk Cleaners, and the Algona Laundry for delivering Red Cross supplies to branch chapters in the county and returning them after made up. The service was given without charge. All towns but Whittemore, Burt, and Titonka were represented at the meeting by one or more board members and following adjournment all of the representatives were guests of Mrs. A. T. Lobdell, wife of the commanding officer, at the PW camp. Librarian Beth Annis reports receipt .of four more books from the Carnegie Endowment for International , Peace, tout only one of-them deals directly with the present peace problem, The other three are Heaven Below, Traveler From Tokyo, and,Introducing Africa, and are readable, Miss Annis says, for people who don't care to puzzle over.international problems/ Heaven Below is about life after 1912 at Hangchow, China, With some account of the author's trials and. sufferings from the Japs after Pearl Harbor. Jos. C. Grew, late .ambassador to Japan, endorses Traveler From Tokyo, which is about, pre and post-Pearl. Harbqr Tokyo, mostly the author's interesting personal experiences, The book about Africa is a general book about the whole continent. SUBSCRIPTIONS not paid in advance are discontinued. HARLAN LASHBROOK IBMES TOMORROW POR REASSIGNMENT -F; .; '•"' 1 Harlaiv&ashbhok, AMM '-c., will lcave;-tbmoiTow for Brown Field,',Cal^f.j where he is to report for,reassignment January 15. Haijlari has been on Christmas leave ly^rer with his parents, Mr. and Wtrs.j'Jiessc Lashbrook. He arrived!; iii the Stales in early D.e- cember -from* the Philippinc area, where,, he, had a lerrifying experience ."\vherf he was catapulted TUESDAY. JANUARY^. 19 J from the hangar deck of Saint Lo carrier into the son b the detonation of exploding i, bombs. ' The young man, who has V ceived the -Purple Heart f 0 J Wounds , in combat, was in n v ,l major southwest Pacific cf, ments and has four bronze xta rs ' He has been notified that ho i o is i receive a presidential cit;ili t , n GRONBACH MISSING. Luvorne, Jan. 8 — Th:> K, Gronbacha received word Fi that their son Alvhi had missing in action since D He was pilot of Mustang P br. c ; " plllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII !lillllS!HEi!iil!iliI!llIi!!!!lillIillll!lllll!llllllllllllllll|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||H Because of my health ! am quitting farming and will sell at public auction at the farm 4 miles west and 3 south of Algona, 3 miles south and 2 west of Hobarton, 5 miles east and 2£, miles south of Whittemore; 7 miles west and 1 mile north of Irvington y, Jan. 15 ^^^r ^r | SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUND I I 33 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 33 I BEAUTIFUL INTERIORS at LOW COST How ninny times 1ms llio cost of decorating lield up your pinna for n frcsli interior for your liomc? Now you can go nhciuL on a basis yon ran afford and have tlio most beautiful wall finish you could imagine. It's easy—Elliott's new interior paint, UNI-TEX, requires no preparation expense—no priming or scaling old surfaces—you do not need In wnsh off old calcimine—just paint right over wallpaper, wall board, calcimine, casein, woodwork (new or old painted), fresh plaster or old painted walls, cement or brick. One coat covers with a beautiful pastel finish that is bard and washable. Dries in 2 hours. Made in white and seven colors that can be mixed or tinted with 611 colors to harmonize with the furnishings of any room. Uni-Tcx is a genuine oil paint, not: a wnler thinned product. It can be applied directly over metal surfaces without danger of rusting—does not wrinkle wallpaper. Come in today and talk over your plans for decorating and find out just how inexpensive it is to use Uni-Tex. Cowan Bldg Supply Co, I'hone 275 Algona, la. EVERY ONE FROM A CONTROLLED BREEDER FLOCK! Be sure to get fast feathering, fast growing chicks that will give you market birds quickly ... heavy laying pullets. Make sure by ordering Swift's Baby Chicks. Swift's Chicks all come from controlled breeder flocks—selected because of their good records for egg production . . . their close conformation to breed standards , . . their records for good health arid livability. So that hatching eggs come only from flocks in peak condition, Swift Hatchery flocks are supervised by an expert Swift Hatcfieryman. He regularly culls and pullorum tests these flocks. . . advises on feeding and sanitation. ' /.Swift's Baby Chicks are vigorous and healthy .. . bred to -.make fine layers, plump broilers and roasters. Order your Swift's Baby Chicks from your Swift Hatchery now! Complete Closiri On account of poor health, I will hold a closing lout sale at the farm located 6 miles south and H miles west of Algona, known as the Frank Kulow farm, on DAY, JANUARY 12 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 iiUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS - Head of Livestock - 95 II of Cattle II Six milk cows, coming fresh in February and March; 2 steers, coming 2 years old; 3 steers, coming one year old. 3 - Head of Horses - 3 J™ 0 srey geldings, wt. 1400, 5 yrs. old; bay mare, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1600. 12 | 12 - Cih©sf@r White Brood Sows 5 Bred up from the Geo *'ge Wolf herd; 8 feeder pigs, wt. about 190. King' and Hamilton -IK-ii. Hovafor, with am; roof section, romitlctc with w!i£<>" jack and siloed jack; Blacklnuvk c«.»ni hhintn- with lican plates and KiO rods 01' wire; -^section I'lexible, steel harrow; Allis Chalmers tractor on steel, IwusJit new Mim-h, i!M3; Allis Chalmers cultivator, scoons and shovels; tractor plow, International, iL'-in., £»«(! as new; International 10- ft. disc with tractor hitch; 12-i't. hay rake; Deering' 5J,ft. mower; .Moline s-l't. spring tooth liar- row; John Deere spreader, in good shape; wagon with triple liox; steel wheel truck wagon rack. Farm Machinery One-row horse drawn cultivator; 2-row cultivator; 120-gal. gas tank; 50-gal. gas tank; .Samesway brooder stove, chick feeders and wat- t erers; 5J hog waterers on barrels; electric i'enc- er with 220 rods of wire; sulky plow; potato plow; Viking cream separator; hay slings; mail box; set oMn-eeching harness; horse collars; log chains; cross-cut saws; hand saws; barb wire stretcher and woven wire stretcher; pitch forks, scoops, axes; post auger; crowbars; tools and other articles. Also i£-h. electric motor; 25-ft. garden hose. J TERMS—Cash, no property to be removed until settled for. C. H. POTTER 1 COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers SECURITY STATE BANK Clerk = llllllllllllllllllllllll!!ll!lllll|||||| mmmHmmHmmmmmmmHmmmHJE'. Head of Horses mouth. ~" — ~ ^ "™[ ^*~ ^^ W. •» ° saddleL Colts; one grey team 8 and 9, well patched, and well broke, wt. s.; one black team 3 and 4, broke, wt, 1300 Ibs.; one sorrel mare, smooth 60 Head of Cows - Hereford & Shorthorns stee^t^^a^^^a^ta^^ f - h ' « W ? 28 HEAD OF HOGS: 14 sows to start f arrowing in April; 14 fall pigs. FARM MACHINERY nlni'^^^ 2-bottom 14,in. tractor plow;15-ft John Deere d»sc;12-ft,disc; John Dpere lO.ft. binder tractor; sprmg tooth harrow, 11-ft. McDeering; John.Deeif 999 horse planter; John ?alTl 2 7t W 2° r - 8 % CUltiVa l 0r; Mc( ™ k Deerinf 5-ft, horse mower dump rake, 12-ft. 2 single-row horse cultivators;,2hayBracks; 4-section drag; 40,ft. Farmers Friend elevator; wide Farmers Friend lift; horse power, John Deere gas engine, H horse; 2 steel wheel wagon running gears- new wagon running gear, wooden, wide; one new flarej rubber t^?raibr and bo^ new manure loader; triple box; double wagon bol; 24ft "of hay rope, nw feeder ' 18 *»«Ka« 2ts of britchen harness good Usual IE BEH FLAIG & COLWELL, Aucts. V LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk

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