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•is ;V« Planning Kossuth School Way Back In 1893 y^-lt seems 4 safe a psertion that , very few lowans lean be found HViftg tdda'y wh<5 fplSnned their townships' first »schools 'but A. M. MeAiiinch; of ; Swea City, age 84, was the first school director bf Grant township. ' In fact, in 1893, when Mr, Mc- Anthch first came to north Iowa from Hardin county, Grant {own- ship did not appear'on 'the map. The area now known as. Grant Was a part of Harrison township, In the following year Grant resi* .dents petitioned the supervisors [ to have township 100 Si range 29, ' set' off from Harrison, and, in 1894, Grant became the last organized township of the largest county in Iowa, Mr. MoAhinch was' elected school director and the first sch&ol in drant township was built foiir miles north- of Swea City under his supervision. Later several families moved, into the neighborhood where the Fred Selbergs now live and schbol'Wfls held 'ih a ctffnerib With h hay ro'df. Mi*. McAttninch, employed Hannah Sundstfcm of Bancroft as -teacher for that district. Teacher's' salaries Were $27 to $30, with board and ro'oin at $6 a month, With some amusement Mf. McAninch recalls the 'schoolHoUse oh -Skids, a device resorted to when shifting population And disagreements as to the best.lo- cation for the school building led to'putting the'little 1 building on skids and moving it from place to place as needed. Sinc?e> 1915, Grant has had a fine consolidated school build' ing, "with an accredited 4-yen* high School course. None of the old rural schools exist in the toWnship now, but there are still Grant residents who can remember 'Way back when' Mr. McAn-> Inch laid the ground work for the township's progress in education, ' Shower Honors At Fenton For Janet McFall Fenton-^-Mrs. Melvin, Berkland was hostess at a miscellaneous shower for Janet McFall in her home Friday, June. 11. The home was beautifully decorated with many flowers. [V : A social afternoon was spent find then Janet opened the lovely gifts. At the clqse.,pf..the afternoon the hostess' 'served ? >a dainty lunch. '•'• •, " i! •'.-' Besides the - honored guests, those present were Mrs. Harold Berkland and son, Mrs, Edwin Uthof, Miss Deloris Mansager, Mrs. Erwin Ruhnkc, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Vernon Finne|k stad, Mrs. Eugene Vaudt, Miss * Carmen Miller, Miss Anna Rae ,_. Weisbrod, Miss Rose Mary Cor!{'•• nelius, Miss Lois Norland, Miss >' Jane DeWall, Mrs. William De- 7^ Wall, Mrs. Ernest.Berkland, Mrs. Ed Mitchell and Jane and Mrs. f : Frank McFall. Jr. Baptism and Dinner John Herman, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke,was. baptized Thursday 'evening by Rev. W. H. Friedrich. Sponsors were Dorothy Dreyer and Rupert Luedtke; The baptism; ft- services were held in the Luedtke *' home. / ' : Guests were Rev. and 'Mrs. W; » ( H. Friedrich, Mr. 'and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and Mary Alice Ros- .siter, Alice Luedtke and.Mrs. Ef- dies to see the Miller Bros, cir*' Cus held at • Estherville Monday and at Fairmont, Minn;, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and their daughter Merlyn and.' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pet- ersqn ; ,and t h e.i r daughter Edffes left Monday for northerri Mirtne'Sdta, -Where' they Will iOc-« cupy Floyd Treat cottage at. Pili- ger. The partv plans to do some good'fishing. The Andersons returned Friday,' ,but the Petersons will enjoy/a-two weeks vacation: The party'also spent a few dHys at Lake Lea Heart, hear Jenkins, Minn. , . f . »-.. .^Dorothy, daughter of Mrs.iMin^ hie Kylen, left early part of last, week for two weeks visit with* relatives in Chicago, 111. Andrew M. Hansen and his brother Erman went to Clear Lake, Thursday, to attend funeral services for their uncle Fred Thompson. Work Day ':in .Camp,*- «i 'A-, ••' . > Bill Stoeb.er, Dick Carney, ;/. Ronnie Chrischilles, Max Flowers Jr. and Rev. Forrest- E. Flow<y ers drove up oh ,the Methodist '' camp grounds on West Okoboji . lake for the work day which was * held Tuesday, June 15. The purpose of the work day was to J| clean up the grounds for the season of summer camps which i, opens Sunday, June 20, and con\*' tines through the month of August. Neighbors Join In Cultivating 70 Eagie Twp. Acres r Swea & Eagle—A number of neighbors gathered •at./.th.e^ Oscar V Swanson farm in Ea^le township f 'Monday and cultivated some, 70 », acres corn and cut some.: h,ay. Mr.' '* Swanson has farmed ; ih 1 4"p^Tiner- ship with his father^in-IawfRich- ]_ ard Newton, who suddenly died ''of a heart attack June 8, while he v was serving on the Eagle election •« board. LONE ROCK Mervin Christenson spentj Fri-. day, at Ames attending^ .Ckltfte Feeders day and also attending a meeting of the Iowa. Polled' Hereford association.: Mr. arid Mrs. Wm, Khali Jff. and Donna, Mr, and Mrs, Russell Jensen and Craig spent Thursday' evening visiting 'the Frank. Cruikshank home at Burt,. Mr,. and Mrs. A. L. Jackman of Atnes spent Wednesday evening at the Wm. Knoll Jr'. home. Mr. lyid Mrs. H. A.' Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Don Angus and children of Lawton, Okla., left on Thursday after visiting relatives hgre, for Des Moiries arid 'Chicago. , Mrs. Jens P. Jensen,, Mrs. Stan* ley Jensoh: and children 6f Ring'' sted spent Thursday afternoon at the Amey Cherland . home, Mrs, Kenneth Bates and Peggy Ann of Algona spent Thursday at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and children of Lakota were Thursday dinner guests at the Erich Seegebarth home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and 'girls of Burt spent Saturday there* Helen Sprank left Wednesday to return home with Mr. and Mrs. James Gras and Deanrie of Arlington, Va., for an extended stay. Mrs. Charlie Fischer of :S'Wea Cty came Wednesday everiing" to visit her sister, Mrs. "Lillian Worthington. . ^ •> Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Rutledge and daughter of Algorja spent Thursday evening at ,the Wm. Rath home, Mr. and Mrs. E, Ostrom . of Whittemore spent T&esday afternoon at the Louis Berninghaus home. ' ' Angus L. Cotton. Jr. left -'.for, Madison,, Wis., We^nesday.wfiele he will get his sister "JuliarfajWriO attends college there, to .briifg her home for summer vacation. LaRoy Schrader attended.; the clinic at the Kossuth hospital, at Algona, Thursday. ' . Hbuseheld Go^ds USED APPLIANCES FOR SALfc i '—one each, > Maytag, Autbma- tlc 'and Cdronado washing machines. Premier vacuum sweeper. 2:g&od Maytag motors. Crilly Appliances. u25a FOR,.SALE, — CABINET SINK, g'ood condition, Reasonable ,price. Alfred Carlisle, Whitte- rnore. u25a* 'FC-R; SALE'-lOO .LB. Ceblerator, white enamel. Call B25-W. , , u'25a* SPINET PIAN.O — PREFER TO , sell locally for quick disposal, .Write. Waltham Piaho Company, wholesale Dept., 1802 E; Okla; homa Avenue, Apt. 8, Milwaukee, Wisi, for when this pianOjmay 1 be seeh. irt .Algona. ti25'426af ALGONA NEWSPAPERS GIVE GREATER COVERAGE OVER 4,000 'CIRCULATION Classified Adi CLASSIFIED RATES—One r charge for Iwo insertions. Minimum charge, 5Qc,:l 2 words or less, cash in advance., Each additional word, 4 cents, cash in advance? When charged: 5c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. . fr. "••' Each classified ad will run once in both Ih Thursday-paper, for only one charge. For Sale FOR-,- SALE—POINTER-SETTER ..'..QCCiSs j?ijp.s, 2^irios. old. . Fe> tnaleV $15. Male7i $25. Frank ;,; ; §we,a CHy.| FOR SALE—"61" HARLEY DA-' vidson, motorcycle. Melvin Lauck, Whittemore. u25a*! FOR;SALE—DRESSES, SKIRT$ . and sweaters. ...One"" rack, full; oi them at $1.98 each. The 1 :-Elite; • . u25a!6 FOR SALE—GUERNSEY COW, just .fresh. Carl Brown, 1 mile south'St. Benedict. u25a* FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE brood sows to farrow soon; Also Hampshire boars and Herei iord bulls, serviceable ageV-iJb'& eph Skow, Wesley. u25a"19* i* At Baptist Meeting A .Baptist Northern .association meeting was held Wednesday, June 16, at Eagle Grpye, Delegates from the local fchurch<; who attended were Freda "BUrgeson, Mr, and Mis, Wm. Sanders, Mrs. Floyd Treat, Mrs, Selmer Uhr, Mrs. Emil Larson, Rev, and Mrs, Peter Peters and their'daughter Lee Ora. Mrs. William Thompson was hostess to her Circle of Methodist indies; and a large number of frends at her home Wednesday afternoon, Mr, and Mi's. Emily Lar,son held a business meeting of 'the Baptist Sunday school officers and teachers at thole home' on Tuesday evening, Mrs, 'Larson Eerved lunch at the close of 'the meeting, - , ,, . Many~y6«ngsters 'tielow 'teen, age had the thrill of,;seeing Ibflr, first good £irpu§ 4wing ..the-'ba.)?* week when parents t90k the '" FOR SALE — CASE BALER with loader, new motor. < A-l condition, priced reasonable! H. J. Wallace, Fenton, FOR; SALE—GUERNSEY -CQWJ ;.jiist ; fresh. ' Floyd Riebhoff, Burt. u25a* FOR SALE—USED .TIRES. SEE ; our pile of 6:00x16.tires. Your choice, $1,00, Gambles. u25a!4 ONE RACK -OF : DRESSES, sweaters, and skirts. $1.98 eaphi ; The Elite. •'" u25alT FOR SALE—SHEPHERD PUPS,' sjjayed females. Ernest Meyer, phone 8'on 95, FOR SALE — GARAGE ' equipment and merchandise;, gopg..'trade territory, 1 :, exijellenji business opportunity, housing arrangements possible. Inquire Mrs. G. E. Meier; Cylinder, Iowa. *• • u25-26a* FOR SALE—FARMERS FRIEND 36 ft. elevator, • complete,; Also 2 wood flare wagon boxes, riearly new. Joseph Skow, Wesley, , • , u25a!9* FOR SALE-2 LOTS, EACH 4*10 rods, on 107 E. Oak St, Watej and sewer, gravel street, walks, large oak,' elm and maple trees, H, R, Cowan. FQ f 't anci phonograph comb,in- JlPger Didriksen, phone FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON,- Spartonette, Schult, El'car, 'Md- bile Sportsman, Alma, .Reiycraft",' Kit, Duo, Terra Cruiser. > Team's 1 : Cash or .•_.: Trode." F^I-RMONT TRAILER SAtiES-'tfrrtBlueiEarih Ave., 'FAIRMONT,' MINN*:.'; .. • ,,..';• ,u21a27j;f WILL SELL HIGH GRADE spinet piano in Algona at a substantial discount. This piano has been on "rental for six months. Wcite the Critchetl Piano Com- Pghy• in. Des Mdiries. Iowa. a24p* FOR:, SALE; — DROP HEAD ... roUnd bbbbih : fOot peddle Singer sewing machine, very good condition. Mrs.-Jde> Lynch, phone 71';, Loneijtock. , a24U* SEE THE ELECTROLUX VA- cUUm cle"aner. Only $69.75, complete. Don H. Hutchins, phone 1081, Algona, u!5al4tf Farms For Sale , SALE— 120 A. WELL IM- p'roved, St. J6& tbmtoMfc high fertility, cle'art / of'^Weefl trieity.' Edw, ; Capesius, i tate and Farm Loans. FARM FOR SALE near Algona, Iowa ^ness • locationirjon • pav nfear-two iailr6ads;.POsifife sale. Write; P^O Dodge, Iowa. , FOR SALE—loo A.. WELL IM- proved, 6 miles from Algona; modern house, electricity. $220. Edw. Capesius, Real Estate & Farm Loans. a24u* FOR SALE—133 A. 2y 2 MILES ; from St. Joe, good buildings, electricity, clos'e to market. See trie about prices and details on these farms. Edw. Capesius, Real Estate & Farm Loans. a24u" For TW.O ROOM APARTMENT FOR ;• tent July 1. M.. Alde'rsdri, 402 •S, Moore St., phone 844-LJ. u25a* Wanted PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR- ifig. Drop a card or call 38. Melvin T. Stokke, Corwith, Iowa. 1 - u25-26a* WANTED--3 OR 4 ROOM FUR- hjshed apartment immediately, 'Call Myers Cafe. u23a'il WILL DO CUSTOM' BALING With a SOT attlomaiic twine bftler. Jewel Latsen,.4 (east on Hi 18, 4 norih, 1st .place west, U25a21* W'CJRK WANTED — LAWN , Work, trimming hedges, any odd jobs. Towh or farm. Phone 41.7-W. U 25a* WANTED - OUTSIDE PAlNT- , ihg, brush or spray work. PhOhe 131, Burt, Iowa. A. R. Kern. a24u* EXPERIENCED CANDY SALES- man wantecf for this territory. Write or see in person. Northwestern Candy Company, Des Mpines, Iowa. a24u!7 WANTED—GIRL FOR GENER.< al housework. Two adults. Call 23-W, Algona. a24ulO WANTED — STEADY HOUSE- Work, no children. Call 945-J, 'Algona. . a24u* WAlTRESS^WANTED — APPLY ; Vm :'person''at Myers Cafe, ^i ' - ', a24u8 CANVASSERS, ; .vei.ther men }or women to work Within city lifmts creating ad- vari-ce intere|tr|for salesman of selpiquidaWe; '.horrid improve- •tfeht. GooaTopp&turiity f6r sub- 'stantial earnings in your spare time. Write Box 400 A, Algona. a24u33 RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to, call on farmers in Kossuth county. Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20 in.a day. No experience or capital required. Permanent. Write today. Mc- NESS COMPANY, Dept. A., Freeport, 111. u24-25a* husband and father, alsofor the floral and spiritual bouquets, men: furnishing cars and ladles serving the dinner at the churcn basement. Mrs. Sophia Hildrnah and' family, Wesley. a24t!65 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to friends, relatives, neighbors, and the pallbearers, for their many kindnesses and expressions of sympathy at the time of the death* of our mother. Meyers Family, Algona. a24u* Miscellaneous FARM LOANS WITH THE greatest savings and safety for the borrower are available to finance purchase of farm improvements, general farm needs. No fees or commissions. Dividends being paid to borrowers. Ask about FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS at your National Farm Loan Association office or drop us a line. E. H. Hutchins. Sec- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St.. Algona, Iowa, u25-28a58* tueiday, Jurf* 22, f?4I AtfD: flECOftA Albert'Hagg, phbhe 758W. . u25-28a ig Wfite -or- call' 1 Agajrd ProduCiS collect, 2421,. .LuVerne, lo'wa. All pbtiitfy paid fbr. bxl/the farm,, „ U23r3fta20 on 6e safe Call ^34-R»e»ly Lbr. Co. Mel B, Griffin. Mgr. ulatf CUSTOM' BAL1NG-CASE BAL- er. LoWell Safrip, phone 2-F23. care Andy Godfredson. •• -• • a22-24u* ANfi./REFIN plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. Algona.^phofte j2?S. uiatl INLAI6- "LM0LEUM!- LINO- wall til6 laid by experts. Custom works Cowan- Bldg, Supply Co., Algona. ulatf sulatidft, granulated wool are fof, your hor»e.« Yotl Sulate your owft h6ftie t See P. S, SEE ME FOR REfAL SAftO, in farms, loans, drairiaM veyirig'and esttrnatea oh " J. Kohlhaas, phbrte 22, Aigon&t, "\\ PAINTERS — SUBMIT bids to Ted V. Jensen, Fentdfi, Iowa by June 30, 1948 for the'job at the Setteca Cons. Schbol painting windows and doors, and.'all, oUt side woodwork on school house. ag4-29U33 For All Types concrete. Work READY-MIX CONCRETE Delivered to voUr job Phone 166 , READY-MIX CONCRETE-,fc SUPPLY CO, Algona. , tt4atf I SEE-A , 616 FUTURE FOR LITTUE PIGS , WHEN FED'WITH ' Meal For IMPROVED 280 A. 2M: MILES 'to Algona, good improvements, modern house, 260..A; •bSst i|! bf plow land, balance pasture, Must close i estate. Highest sealed bid by 'July 10. Heirs' retain right to refuse any or all bids. Robert Bla'ck; Algona, Iowa. ,•' -„•:• •..-.. • u24-26a39* FOR. SALE-^-DAlRY . ''central .Wisponsin. 40-20Q'|iac*iis' e^uippedi'of bare ; f arms pri^^l^ sell, 'Own -a Clark County farm in the land of clover, corn, grain and. : pasture.. ODIN E. WANG REALTY,:,N6ill^ville,-.Wiscpns4h f '# • '••-• -••• WAITRESS & KITCHEN HELP Wanted — No Sunday work, goqa pay. Grotte Cafe. J*'' , ;• a23-24ull WANTED^CUSTOM HAY AND straw baling, New Holland one-man twine baler. Ewald Haack, Wesley, phone 3262 or Eugene Brodersqn, phone 2161. v : S ^>: '-.-• ' u23-27a!9' CASE BEER — POP ' . . BARRY'Sr-Piio. 343: ulatf CARLOAD OF ASPHALT-SHIN- gles just received. We,put-*em on. Ask 'for free estimates. G'am- bles. alSutf FOR SALE'— POLLED' : Alto Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age, P. M. Christensbn, Lone Hock, la, '" .SALE- EAGtE>'WATER- proof. home insulatidhj "bloSyri .n." Expert inspection, :estfini»t^ .ng service. Cowan,'Bldg.'Supply Co., Phone 275, Algonen. VitlAtf Homes GOOD BUY — FAULS-IfCH^S modern home, 6 good - sizecl rooms gnd bam, large, garage,;at 514 S. Minn, Paved central location, must be sold and someone will buy it; possession now, price $9,500. See Joel M. Herbst. , : , u25a35 FOR SALE77-MODERN; : H0ME-'2 lots, priced to sell," 'Melvih T; Stokke, Corwithi Ipwa. y25f26.a*: FOR SALE— 5 ROOM. hbuse.with garage,.. 'bjijit'' few years,, good ,pip.g -waj- : , .osk ; . v f loprs, lawn . and '.;: dential Uocatioh. Priced so.nabjei Calls dwjriev/ evenings 327-W. !•- -'..u.25a* YOUR HOME IN. Small' compact hpme^' s.§t'fop. your- foundation, complete Ready to Live In.-$3,985:,Price I'incJjidea' these features at v po extra,-;cost. Built in closets, built • in beds, dresser, chests, mirrors, shelves, Wlftyi "icujuiun-VPWHRS, «H.W!U«- >tic water heater, 1 house H'eatep, linoleum on ^11 floors, screens, ventilators, insulated. ,w^lW, flpora. tij July .• first. Tw-w^lw^qey^* ery, ' Solve-your } hou8e hunting problems now, ' Ecgnpmy Pror J --- i - cia,rion, |pwa,' 1 . ^ -—--»« WELL: IM- 6r mile's from Algonaj some';, permanent . pasture,'' 'these buildings . are good, electricity. Price-. $200. Edw; Capesius, Real Estate •'& Farm Loans. f.-,a%iuX. -.- l _. j , ' ' ' -• • r*, J . ^'_-'.jg •-;. • FDR-SALE — 226. A. FARMv'3 , miles, from Lake Park, Iowa. Good buildings, electricity. Terms cash,' 'to settle estate. Pete Swan- spn,-;425 'Lake, Ave,, Worthington, Minn; Phone 2-6573. a24-25u2t Used Cars F.,0Rf SALE—1936 FORD COUPE. " Howard Sarchet, 4 miles north, ?%-;west, .% north Algona. Phone FOR •SALE—MODEL A, FOUR'.' door,* good condition. Ask Martin^at Hamilton. Hatcheries, Bancroft/' ia25a* - - luxe-Ghevrolet coach. Lawrence Alt.'Fenton; u25a* FOR" SALE — 1930 MODEL A. C,all Stewart Thompson, 26rF12 ' FOR'§ALE—1941 FORD Cv,«,* -f, cheap. Needs little motor work. Phone 2696, LuVerne. L. G. Miller,''; ', a24u* Lost & Found FOUND ^BY,H0WARD MILLER) .Ladies wrist watch. Owner Identify.and pay for ad. Inquire Algona Newspaper office, u25-27a!7 ecial Townsend 500 Card Party Wednesday, June 23 8sOO P, M, Toyrpaend. Hajl under i White Front Tavern Public InvUed SA1.ES RfiPHES E NT A T;I V E V^ANTED^I'o'r, the ;hiah who wants a real opportunity to prove his /ability., and 'be • well remunerated for dbihgnl? There•is'.avail- ablBiimrriedialely. an excellent pSsfiflen': with an established and reputable..' organizaiion. The man we''seek', has v a successful 'background in^sn^cialty^ sellihg and the khpw=ftbw; of creating confidence. The opening is permanent and a car is essential. All- replies will be considered . confidential. Send "oh the important details to Box 69; Algona, ^ u25a DISTRICT MANAGER 'FOR Northwest Iowa Territory — Selling a, ; hand : portable milking machine. Age 35r55: Experience desired selling dealers. -Must have dairyv or • farm experience. Must have car. Drawing account and travel expense against commissions (extensive traveling not required,) Splendid; opportunity with Nationally known manufacturer, Affording.-substantial earnings -'and exceptional future. Write.Bbx .400, Algona. u25-27a54 CAR)DXDF: THANK? Wijsi. Wish to express our feeling 'of''gr,atitude and 'sincere appreciation to all' 'the '. friend_s, neighbors, and relatives who in any jway.;, helped lessen the sorrow -: at, the time of the recent death; and bereavement of our Where^To Eat CLUB 169 1 mtle ;south Algona on 169 featuring CHICKEN - RIBS STEAKS - SEAFOODS Private floor for group gatherings, let U| help plan your luncheons, dinners, wedding par* vifte,. Telephone 69-R2 f«^r«»eryatipns Clab 169 one mile south Algona FeedSarg a BEST When You Wdnt'Bfcftfer Hogs- 9 BEST When You Want Better Hogs Faster e BEST When You Want to Save on Corn 0 BEST When You Wantf&reater Hog Profits As a hog raiser out after real f>ork!ji/i^jUcHfBn>,yoij,will firtd Sargent Minral Meal fits your feeding plans-like a glove. Yout-etini'use a feeding-formula that-is just right for the grains and corn you KaVe. Thdi's why we say Minral Meal is one. of the most adaptable supplements on the market; ' / , . And because Sargent Minral'Meal ?is rich^in the five needed items to get better- hogs faster—Minerals,. Proteins,' Vitamins, Conditioners and Digestive Enzymes- it helps to insure that spring pifl crop you are looking for— The nation is willing to pay for high priced pork—left >glvft<Ht to them. Start with a bag or a ton of Sargent Minral Meal'Howl < -t i -I-' . Balancer Just.use.your home-grown grains and Sargent Grain. Balancer^and you'll firid you're getting increased egg production arid, a greater laying period. It saves money, time ' and. work, too.! Feed Sargent Grain Balancer on the free choice thrifty cafeteria plan?, and.Watch your egg profits grow., FEED SA E N T W r . r I ' t ' t •I," 'r. , LUBRICATION .CAR WASHING . STEAM POLISHING V t »POUSHIN| • PAINTIW, \ . -*, Sargent & Co . MOTOR TUNE-UP MOTOR O WHEEL AUGNMENT UNDERSEAli TOPORES5ING

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