Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1945
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTI WFA Announces a Butterfat Boost Chicago, Apr. 30—Announcement has been made by the War Food administration that a feed subsidy of 17c a pound will be paid to dairy farmers for butterfat produced in April, and this applies to cream producers of Kosstilh oounly. A subsidy of lOc a pound was paid for butterfat produced in the first three months of the year. Sixty Tons of Scrap Paper Collected COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY, MAY BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS TITONKA YOUTH IN A CAST OF 61 TOURING SHOW Cpl. Charles Beed, of tthe 12th air command ground crew, with a group o<t other GI's, is a member of a show troupe which gave an initial performance at a theater on the Isle of Capri off Italy April 16. 'The troupe was expected to tour France, probably Belgium and occu- W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices Counly Allorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorn cys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. BJdg. Algona/ Iowa Phone 261 J. D. LOWE Altorney-at-Law Phono 287 VAN HESS & BRUNSON ijawycrs Office in new Heise -block Phona 213 Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway E. D. Kelly H. F. Fristedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa LAURENCE A. WINKEL Atiorney-at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona OIXTY TONS OF SCRAP PAPER were slored at the Cook salvage depot on South Phillips street >J Saturday as the current drive for paper closed. Paper was brought in from all sections oi the county, and will be shipped from here to larger collection dumps, where it will be processed for wrab- oinn war matorialc F . *"™Jr ping war materials. GENE ZENDER TOP MAN IN FUfiHTCLASS Graduated as Ensign and Made a Flight Instructor. NOT KEROSENE BUT ! MASON C 'GAS'-EXPLOSION! Mrs. Johnnie D. Johnson, who lives on a farm one and one-half miles west of Titonka, escaped serious burns by a hair's breadth Friday at 11 a. m. She attempted to rekindle a cob fire with kerosene, and there was an im MUSICA TYAN'S MPRESS L EXPERT Larson, Mason and was born "in pied also. Germany After the f i r st performance the troupe' was to appear in the largest theater in Naples. The troupe had three planes assigned for touring use. In the audience at Capri there was a playwright from New York City who complimented the boys on their performance. '. Beed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed, who have a hardware store at Titonka. - -» - FURLQUGH EXPECTED, S.-Sgt. 'Barney' Ostwinkle, son of C. H. Ostwinkle, in his latest letter home, said he had completed 45 flying missions and had only five more to do before becoming eligible to furlough. He is in Italy and early this month he , , A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorncys-at-Law Security State Bank bldg. Naval Air Station, New Orleans, La., April 27—Top man in a class at the navy's renowned school for primay flight instructors was Ensign Eugene F. Zender, 610 East Call, Algona, la. In formal graduation ceremonies last week Ensign Zender was awarded a certificate as a quail- ing on the former Edw. Zweifel 80. ?, re . Jfc hand f° r herself, ent to the famous singers and talked DOCTORS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in new Heise bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone: Office, 59 'ABE'CONNOLLY DSES YESTERDAY; RETES TOMORROW A. F. Connolly, known familiarly as "Abe," died yesterday morning at the Kossuth hospital of cancer of the stomach, with which he had been afflicted some two years. It was noted last September that he was failing, but he \v;is not abed till the last month. Mr. Connolly, who was in his 78th year, was born October 19, 1367. It is not recalled when he came to the county, but he had lived jn. Kg.sslvWi^more.^than 40 years. He was a carpenter by trade, and in his younger days lived in. the Bancroft-Burt neigh- Wltjl1 nim ' borhood, but for many years had own composing INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $27,000,000 worth insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y LOANS AND INSURANCE Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa LOANS TO FARMERS AND • STOCKMEN with a sound basis fo credit Rate 4Vi>% Emmeisburg Production Credit Association Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona See D. D. PAXSON for Town Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance. UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT '•I was so full of gas I was .afraid I'd burst. Sour, .bitter sub- stapc'e rose up in my throat from ;.:-- upset stomach after meals. I pot SYS-TONE, and it worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Waistline is way down now. Meals are ?. pleasure. I praise Sys-Tone to the sky."—This is an actual testimonial from a man living right here in Algona. SYS-TONE is the new formula containing medicinal juices from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't po on suffering—Get Sys- Tone. " ' - -• Store. fied flight instructor. In making the award, Commander Charles T. Fitzgerald, USN, commanding oficer, said: Ensgin Zender was an exceptional student. His , grades and airmanship were ' highest in his class. The Navy vitally needs men of his outstanding qualified- j tions to train iis future combat pilots. We feel con- j fidertt he will produie many j of the world's finest. i Ensign Zender is the son of Frank C. Zender, Algona clothier. He received his collegiate education at Loras college, where he starred in all major sports. Prior to his navy entry, he was associated with his father in the Zender men's clothing store, Algona. The ensign's next assignment is to a naval ,air station at Ottumwa, Iowa, where he will instruct aviation cadets. made his home here. Mr. Connolly was married Mrs. Kermil City, whose hus 1 the Doan vicinitiy and lived in jYtiuaunu, emu mere was ail im- T , ..,, f ' • • • . mediate explosion which spread K °ssuth till he \kas-grown up, is dav'rn^ flames and smoke in the kitchen, a musician of mdre than ordinary "££ Isle of Cam-i Scatter rugs on the floor were italent and ability, and last week, ' burned and .the house was badly when - James M( [lton, nationally .smoked up before the fire was known opera r ^ dio and screen put out. Mrs. Johnson, who suf- star gave a pe ri ormance there, fered only minor burns, discov- friends tried to Arrange'a me'et- cred that the kersene was gas- ing between the I two but failed. ohne. The Johnsons, newcmoers Mrs . Larson thin took'things in nn WA NT S »••»••»•*•«»•»•••«•»•••• FOR . SALE — RAT TERRIER pups.—Red Huschka, St. Benedict. 9p34-35 WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm.—Steve Loss, Algona. , 10p34-36 I AM SHEARING SHEEP again this year—Clyde Bristow, Burt, phone 6. . 12p28-35 MAN WANTS JOB-Send replies to Box 400, Algona. 9p34 WANTED-CATTLE FOR PAS- ture.—Hugh Williams, Burt. 7p34 FOR SALE—SHETLAND PONY; some matched teams, good work horses.—Roy McVay, Al- goan. 13p34 FOR SALE — GOOD BALED straw.-—C. E. Sigsfoee, Butt. 8p33-35 FOR SALE—GOOD MODERN home, five rooms and toath, insulated, oil heat, near Catholic church, $6,500. See Joel M. Herfost, Real Estate and Ins. 22u34 FOR SALE—SINGLE BED, complete with spring and mattress. —Mrs, Anton Didriksen, plhone 73-W. 13g34 ON HAND 2000 W. LEGHORN cockerels; 2000 W. Leghorn jullets; 3000 W. Leghorns traight run; all 1 to 2 weeks old. —Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 23u29tf FOR SALE —GOOD ELECTRIC pump jack and motor, 1 Meyers force pump.—C. E. Detrick, Algona, phone 5F4. 16p34 EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES for sale.—Ben Gisch, 3 mi. E, on McGregor, 2 south; on E. R. Mawdsley farm. 19p34 FOR RENT — 3-ROOM unfurnished apartment, close in.— Call after 5 o'clock ait 209 E. Call or phone 864-J. 14p34 WANT TO RENT — 160-ACRE farm for next year, 1946; elec tricity and school.—Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 17p3< FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE boars, serviceable age, new blood foi old customers.—Joseph Skovv. Wesley, Iowa. 15p34-35 FOR SALE—HEREFORD bulls, : both horned and polled, serviceable age. — Joseph Skow, Wesley. 12p34-35 LOST—BROWN AND WHITE fox terrier, answers to name oi Tiny. Good reward.—J. F. Quinn, Lone Rock. 17p34 WANTED—LADY TO WORK ir, office afternoons only, salei and clerical.. — Algona Laundry and Cleaners. 13U34 FOR SALE — POLLED HERE ford bulls, serviceable age, a farmers prices.—P. M. Christen son, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8ti INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall tile, laid by experts. Custon work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. phone 275, Algona. 13ul8t. FOR SALE—MOLINE CORN planter, used four years.—H. E. Broadwell, 7 miles N. W. Algona. 12p34 FOR SALE—LIMITED NUMBER , of corn stalk rakes.—A. J. Mar- \ WE CAN USE more help abou our Lumber and Coal Yard, It's a good job to investigate. Cal. and see us. F. S. Norton & Son i; tinek, Wesley. 12u34 WANTED TQ BUY — SMALL grocery, store. Send' replies to Box 400, Algona. 12p34 FOR SALE—ROUND DINING . room table and buffet; also square kitchen table and four chairs.—Mrs. Viola Studer, Wesley. g34 FOR SALE—LAURA McEnroe's house at 740 North Minnesota street, $4500.00. 12p34 .WANTED^-WOMEN' TO WORK . .in. reconditioning department. —Kent, Motor Co. 8u31tf agreed to look them last week Tuesday at He ~~—" — and ; LOST—WHITE SHEPHERD dog, high license No. 3012. — Dean An- avi.1. wumiuii.y Wctb Illcuneu lu "-"" • .*-.-.». *.**~*,^yj **.* m w *»*&.*.. _ Mrs. Clara Wilcox, July 3, 1901, school building jn Mason City,.| drews - Burt > P hone 3 ™ 98, 14p34 but she died in Mnv. ~1Q12. nnri Mrs. Mr. Connolly had by himself. Of late years 'he had sician. tKSd _' FOR SALE—TEN-FOOT Massey u, ,. u , 10Cil . wx «•« jrcui, n e n«,u i -| Harris binder, g obd cohdition; occupied a small house on South Mr - Melton was) impressed, and; —oteve Loss, Algona. 12p34 FOR SALE—SOME CHOICE numbers of Funks G. hybrid seed corn.—Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore, and Quinten Bjustrom, :Algona.>- •:•(/,..., -i-.-'•. ..:.-• ,18p32-36 ANNUAL PLANT AND BULE SALE SATURDAY, May 5 ai 9 a. m. — Wm. C. Dau Garage (south door). — Kossuth County Garden Club. u34 EAR TESTED HYBRID SEED corn, early 95 day 416; also new cross 939 and 608; $4.50 to $5.50 Phillips street. said he would personally take . D ™. Trr , ,,„ »„„ Mrs. Connolly was a daughter them to a New York .publisher. FOR RENT— 60 ACRES BLUE of the late Mr', and Mrs. C. S. He 'told Mrs. Larson that if she! .grass pasture, shade and run- Coffin, Burt, and a sister of Mrs. would write a s<pg for him he ! nln g water.— Kyle Keith, Burt. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. H. E. would sing it on his Sunday night McMurray here, also of Clark radio show, the Texaco Star the- Coffin, Burt. She had two other ater - ! . brothers not now living in Kos- Mr - an d Mrs. Lirson freuqently suth. ' visit relatives at Titonka, Algona, Funeral services are to be held an( ? Ringsted.- ffermit owns' a at the Merritt Funeral Home at 2 filling s attion on Federal avenue, 15p34 LET US HELP. YOU HELP yourself to artificial insemination. —Art Dreyer, Whittemore. 12p29-34' p. m. tomorrow, and burial will be in Riverview. The Rev. John P. Clyde, Congregational supply pastor, will the service, and pallbear- be Henry Lichter, Frank and Russell Cook, Sam Kuhn, Muckey, and Alfred across the street from Hotel.Han- ford. -*HOW DEATH OF ROOSEVET HIT THE SOLDIERS WH. IS SEEKING A DIVORCE FROM SOLDIER HUSBAND Frances Marie Hudson is plaintiff in a divorce petition filed in the district court clerk's office Lu Verne, Apr. 30—Following • Thursday against James Lee Hudis an excerpt from a letter writ- i son, corporal in the armed forces ten by Sgt. Robert Chapman Apr. I ° ve y s £ as ; T . he y W( : re man-led at ,,,,- J , TV/T j ' Fort Dodge in October, 1936. Mrs 14 to Jus grandparents, Mr. and, KllHqnn £. ks p,,^^,^ a daugh- Lusby & Giossi Drug uero Ballroom LIVERMORE, IOWA MAY 3—DING ELLIS MAY 10—RHYTHM RAMBLERS MAY 17— ,CARL BEAM of the death of President Roosevelt: "Well, as tradition has it, Fri- ter. Plaintiff alleges cruel and inhuman treatment. Her husband left her without notice and went eT Scause* of IhWlSck'K ! ^J WTther? heXn't^ supposed to bring and this time ; ^ hVan'y °^rea^oid d^on it most certainly lived up to Us • furloughs after he entered the name, for we got first news of 111 , ,. , . army, asked her to divorce him, the president death yesterday, and'on April T repeated the " adding, "If "I you don't I suppose you is news, I don't know what it is. | "Every soldier here personally feels the loss of this man—our: someone e]se .» friend, our leader, our command-; ]yj rs jjudson asks an er-in-chief. Even a touch of fear! for support of the daughter( also [that thmgs will . not go right lasks alimony and OW n er shi P of without him] accompanies our, the small h / use in which ^ £ sense or loss, l.ut 1 Know that j sides and f th f urn i ture> those who are left to finish the j ^_ job will do their utmost, and we are still a big enough people to finish the job we've started—I'm confident of that." Sergeant Chapman is a son of Nephew of Algona Barber Wounded _ _ . . ,. - _ . _,, . Henry Furst, local barber, S.-Sgt. and Mrs. Irvm Chapman, | i earne d Thursday that a nephew, and has been overseas 18 months. 1 Cpl _ Martin A. Furst, of Forest ?.u ls ,u r f 4d u ar . maintenanc e man ; C ity, had been wounded in action and is hospitalized. In a tank unit on Okinawa the corporal's vehicle was hit by the Japs, whereupon he grabbed hand- grenades, threw them among the HOPKINS TALKS FROM GERMANY S.-Sgt. John Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hopkins, Plum Creek township,..was heard in a recent interview with Herb Pleinbeck on a (farm program over Station WHO. . The broadcast originated at Nuremburg, Germany. On farm practipes in Europe John said most of the German farming operationjs he had seen were done wit^ horse power, from one to six horses being used. In the casi|: of but one horse to a plow there was usually someone to lead the animal. The young man commented that if he were to farm there he would like a small tractor—but he hastened to add that he hoped he wouldn't have to| stay overseas another four years. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins were notified that morning of the broadcast that the r son would be on the noon broadcast, and many of John's friends also heard him. He is a sergeant :n service with the llth evacuation hospital in General Patch's aimy, which last weekend was approaching the Hitler hideout at |Berchtesgaden, GRANDPA CIGARS. Mr. and Mrs. W|. A. Vigars received ?. message] this morning announcing their first grandchild, a boy, born to Mr and Mrs. Harold Wilke, Lansdale,- suburb of with the 5th air corps. EIGHTH GRADE TESTS. County eighth grade examinations were held Wednesday at the _ Bryant here under supervision of i advancing Japs, then escaped, Deputy Supt. Fidelia Skow and j though wounded, through sniper Mrs. Ray Anderson, at Titonka i fire. Another nephew of Mr. supervised by Supt. Lauritxen, and at Lakota supervised by Mrs. Wortman. Some 150 pupils wrote the. .tests, Furst, 2nd Lt. Kenneth Furst, Lakota, reported missing in January, is now in a hospital in France. Philadelphia. Th sured Mr. Vigars has two eyes, a n< ten fingers, and te message as- that the baby se and mouth, i toes. HOMERS LEAV Livermore, Apr. Romer, Algona, ha former Cyrus Flo Arthur Olson, and family into it. E ALGONA. 30 — George purchased the d house from has moved his FAMILY •Local Methpdis 1 National Family V The charter for a Methodist scout troop will be pre morning. iVEEK. 3 will observe eek May 6-13. ented Sunday WANTED—WAITRESS. WILL pay $25 per week and board.— Zumach Cafe, Fenton. Phone 101. 12p34 FOR SALE—THIRD CUTTING alfalfa with some pigeon 'grass, 50c per bale.—Kyle Keith, Burt. 15p34 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-Deer- ing Little Genius plow 2-12 S, Good condition.—John Haupert, Burt. 13p33-34 a bushel.gradeo..- Whittemore. -A. C. Carlisle, 24p34-35 FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN- ishing. . Heavy commerciaj equipment. Portable power plant —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 14ul8tf FOUND—SUM OF MONEY. Owner may have same by call. ing for and identifying, and paying for this ad.—Finn's Bakery, Algona. 21u3<t WANTED—MEN TO WORK IN vault factory and on the road. Must have chauffeur's license. Year round work.—Inquire evenings at 504 Fair St. , 24p34-35 FOR SALE—SEAT COVERS, all makes cars. Rubber car mats felt backs; car aerials, $4.95 complete; car jacks, just received.— Coast to Coast Store. u34 Summer Play Clothes Prepare for summer now. A nice selection of Sportswear is on hand now in ladies' and children's sizes. Shirts The popular "Tee" or Basque knitted shirts in cottons and rayon— plain colors or stripes 1.00 to 1.98 Shorts Blue denim short with shoulder straps 4 QQ sizes 12 to 20._ 4.70 Other shorts 2.25 ,o 4.95 'OR SALE—ONE SORREL saddle horse 3 years old, broke to ide and drive, price $50; also one -year-old sorrel gelding, green roke, price $50.—Ello Rahn, ioute 1, Lone Rock. , 30p34 FOR SALE - EAGLE WATP] proof home insulation »,u K1 In." Expert inspection' c ,-' ow ing service.—Cowan Bid,' i Co.. phone 275, Algona. " IT TAKES GUNS AND mtion to fight wars- j takes a balanced ration to your brood sow to un*| . strong healthy liUor. w Grove minerals, plus „ H tankage or oil moat and home-grown grain, will , m , a healthy litter. Don't put \ and be sorry Inter. NOW i s « time.—Write or call It s k" phone 297-M., Humboldl. " \BERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and quality; Iso Shorthorn bulls, ready for ervice, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to mos. old. Prices reasonable.— 3en G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf „. SALE-^JOHN DEERE 1% h. p. gas &engine. Fine condi- ion. One new pump jack worm jear enclosed; hardwood truck wx, factory made, good shape, >10.00. 504 Fair Street, Algona. 28p34-35 Presbyterian Rummage will be held ai Alien Molo; Co. Saturday, May 5. Doors open at 9 o'clock r*' FOR SALE—PASSENGER Tires, | 600x16 grade I, $13.95 plus fed. ax; truck tires, 700x20 10-ply, 545.50 plus fed. tax; car or trac-, or batteries, 45 plate ga. 24 mos., i6.95 ex.; sealed beam head amps, $8.95 pair; elec. 6-volt I >ncr, $9.95.—Coast to Coast. u34 WANTED — OLD Photographs, ; documents, bills or relics (no Bearing apparel) pertaining- to he early history of the CHRIS- 3HILLES STORE, Algona. Par- icularly interested in anything •lating to 1870 to 1880. ,A11 items mist be of general interest and UST PERTAIN TO THE CHRISCHILLES STORE. 43u34 MRS. TOBITHA WILSON 603 S. Dodge Phone Coats and Reduced 10% TO 30% 100 Garments Sizes 10 to 46 Save on These We have a nice solution of those garment* in all the popular colors and fabrics, ami «vc» though', the markot i* short of this merchandise wo prefer as usual to soil this season's merchandise this season and lot next season take care of itself. We pass the saving <''' 10% to 30% discount ou to you. Children's Coats Reduced Sizes 2 to 14

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