Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1942
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PAGE FOUR KOSSOTM AnVANOE. ALOONA. IOWA CONGRESSMAN ASKS VETO OF PENSION ACT Gilchrist W r o t e the President Against Proposal. Township Trustees and Srpervisors Outline Road Plan The recent Act of Congress which among other things provided pensions under certaip conditions for retired congressmen has created such a storm of public indignation and protest that congressmen are falling over themselves in their haste to deny personal responsibility and get the congressional pension clause or clauses repealed. Congressman Gilchrist, of this district, is clearly entitled to a verdict of "not guilty," for he happened to be absent when the bill was passed, and, further, his xecord shows that he would have voted against the bill had he been present, Record Against "Grabs." The Gilchrist record goes back to the Iowa "salary grab" act of ten years ago when he was serving in the state senate. He was one of five senators who opposed and denounced that proposal, claiming it was unconstitutional, and even if constitutional would be unwise. He never took the money, and the state supreme court later confirmed his opinion that the act was unconstitutional. Furthermore, there was a similar congressional retired pension proposal in 1939, and when that proposal came before the House Mr. Gilchrist was present and voted against it. Gilchrist Urges Veto Kossulh County Advance Flash-Picture FOR SALE^-TUrtKEV Gobbler. -Mrs, Johft Voss St., Lu Verne, phone B|37, Lu MATTRESS-HAVE ft at Burt. Get in contact ay writing, o* for quicker service phone 3212, Whittemore. — Burt Mattress Co., Burt, la. 20U23 RAWLEIOH ROUTE AVAIL- able at once. Good opportunity for man over 25 with car. Write at once.—Rawleigh's, Dept. IAB-10-105, Freeport, 111, 21(2)23 WE WISH TO'EXPRESS OUR . thanks and appreciation for the many kindnesses shown us at the time of our bereavement.— Mrs. John Geishecker and Family. p23 GREEN COLONIAL means com*fort. — Yes, sir, they mean the same thing. Plenty of warm, healthful air. All you want—all the time. Come in. — Laing & Muckey, 23 FOfc SALS - ALFALFA HAY. Second and third cuttings-Ray McWhortet, Burt. ilp23 tNdOMM~TAX—TtMK IS drawing to a ctb*e tot- filing the required towns. .Get wur figures together .and call at the LONERGAN MfcOME TAX SERVICE over Barker Drug Stofe and have it properly attended to.^ 35u23 POTATOES—S TONS Cobblers, $1.55 per sack. Seed potatoes, Cobblers, il.76 Sack, out of certified stock. Trade in your old gunny sacks at 6c each. Want 200.—East End Grocery, Algona. 30p23 PEED HOGS Colon in! F urn , rU< lonial Stok', acc Swell job. NO economical r every day' Without '• RAISE EVERY CHICK! Strong, healthy chicks with Sargent improved vitamized Starting Mash. Increase your profits.—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Co., Algona Branch. 23 NO EXTRAS TO BUY — ALL you need is Sargent's Mlnral Meat Meal and your own grains i—and that's ALL. Easy to feed. I—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent Co., Algona Branch. 23 —K.OSSUIH uoumy Advance r iasn-riciure. r PUESDAY MORNING a trustee from each township met with the board of supervisors to outline the 1942 township road building _* program. In this picture two from Eagle township are talking with the board in the courtroom while the others wait their rurm The program as adopted is given elsewhere in this week's Advance. Dr. Claude Stull a Pneumonia Patient +, 6 Corwith, but because of poor health sold his P ra ctice and re- DOROTHY ANDERSON, FORMER SWEA-EAGLE GIRL, IS BRIDE Swea-Eagle Twps., Feb. 18—| Ralph is farming in partneship Dorothy, daughter of Edw. An- FOR SALE — BINDER TWINE, 1942 make. — Joe Bloom. 8u23 FOR SALE—STACK OF HAY.— —Alfred Jergenson, 6 miles N. E. Algona. 12p23 _— -- — -.._ ^.vt*iii,i. j , wrote to President Roosevelt to ask that the law be vetoed. This bill came up in the House for final action on January 21. Of 435 members only 100. or thereabouts, were on the floor, and the bill was passed without a roll call. There had been no ' previous notice that the bill] would be called up at that time. I Repeal Bills Pending. _Many if not a large majority Chain, Minn., and of Mrs. James Sand- Fort Dodge, where he is reported , ^ a ^Pb> recovering from an attack of j ers . were married Saturday even- double pneumonia. He was cri- j ing at 7:30 at the home of the tically sick last mid-week but was believed to have pased the crisis. He was a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Stull. who for many years were Algonians. Methodists Add 13 at Sunday Service Thirteen members of a Metho- with his mother. of congressmen „., bill included the pension proposal. Thousands "of Sunday "morning" by "the bills are introduced at every ses- ; the Rev. H. M. Burns The lhi£ S^n^rSLJ"!!^ 0 -/-; ! ?^.«S- Marilyn Tuttle^enSrl o- nc ° 0 L k rT : th£ | ' dis ' Preparatory class were ad- congressional rmtted to the church membership I noil c;a Tiri o r^f Qitr-u-3.-i*» »«„_-_: __ . t ___ ,1 . Four-H Boys Study Judging — The northwest Kossuth 4-H club boys met with Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pehrson, at — 0 — . ._. „. ...^ ..«...^ ui wli . . . , bride's father. The couple stood i 1 :3 ° Saturday, and after business under an arch of red and white j g|a^gfked"Jn iSckTudg- streamers and rpn hparts, and i i^n- n^^ *u~ u „ ^ i~_j i-• streamers and red hearts, and j ing, a~nd"the~boys judged "live- other decorations were baskets of i stock on the Pehrson farm. white carnations and red snap-; . Three Leave for Army— Allen and Everett, sons of Eric Erickson, and Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg, left Sunday for Des Moines for examina- carnations and red snapdragons. The room was lit with candles. The Rev. Stanley Anderson, pastor of Baptist church at Swea City, performed a double-ring ceremony. The bride's . attendants were her sisters June, maid of honor, I and Sylvia, bridesmaid. Both tions prior army. to induction in the gressman can keep track of a 1 Hagg, MarS Dewc1 ShklJv The brlde W ° re a Powd^-blue of them. Probably many of the Helberg, Shirley Weber Marilvn I W °° len stree t-length dress with ^"Pressmen on the floor when Richardson? Fred Hutzell Roeer a shoulder corsa ge of rosebuds, jne bill was passed did not know Didriksen, James Kuchenreuther oranf ' e blossoms, and sweet peas. it contained the ornvisinnc in w»>-. c*. oi^:_ i-»_i . -^ ' The bridetrrnnm wnc ntfon/iari wore silk crepe dresses in tones i Lucille Rath, Estherville, spent of blue with shoulder corsages, j the week-end with her parents, ""' 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath. _ Bills to repeal the provisions in question have now been introduced, and Mr. Gilchrist is active an promotion of the movement for repeal. * . Buthman Speaks at Clarion Club Meet TI/T iu' j^' *""' Buthman, Al.sona -Methodist district superintendent, spoke before the Rotary club at Clarion Monday. His topic was the Rotary motto: "He Profits Most Who Serves the Best." Doctor and Mrs. Buthman then went to Alexander and Belmond on clerical missions, returning in the evening. Doctor Buthman Tvas a member of the Clarion Rotary club when he wa.s Methodist Pastor at that town, and he once served as the club's president. He is now an honorary member of the local club. Eugene Myer, Local Hunter, Bags Foxes Eugene Myer, Algona, is some sportsman, at least when it comes to bagging foxes. He has done considerable hunting in the last few weeks and has shot 15 or 20 :red foxes. He uses a long range Tifle and shoots them on the run and in a period of only ten days St. Clair, Robert Donovan, k Sebum, and Ronald Rich- iardson. I Seaman and Bride Are Union Guests Union Twp., Feb. 18—Seaman First-Class and Mrs. Gordon Peschel, Grey Eagle, Minn., newlyweds, were guests at the former's cousin Mrs. Louis Eod--s Monday and Tuesday. The yj rug man has completed training at the Great Lakes naval training station near Chicago, and is now GLADYS WALLBURG IS HAMILTON GRADUATE Mrs. Holgar Peterson sang, "O, j The Hamilton business school Believe Me, With All Those En- at Mason City had mid-year during Young Charms. j graduation exercises Monday Following the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served. Buffet decorations were bouauets of narcissus. The bridal table had --- r -ece a two-tier white wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, and decorated with red and white candles. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. xFran- cis Sievold were waitresses. suuion near unirago, and is now X >-"cvu.iu were waitresses, in the storekeepers department Guests were immediate relatives He will have charge of food Hip- n1 na ' r plies for a ship or ships. HOSPITALS GENERAL Feb. 13—Mrs. Gottlieb Gron- oach, Algona, medical. Feb. 14—Mrs. F. M. Brethorst, Aleona, boy. Feb. 15—Francis Hanig, Wesley, surgical. Feb .17—Mrs. Don Weaver, Rolfe, boy. of the bridal pair. The bride, a graduate of the ! Swea City high school, lived in I Swea township till a few years ago, when the family moved to East Chain. The bridegroom is a graduate of East Chain high school. The couple left for a few days at Minneapolis, after daily. He brings' the°peltrto "the county auditor office, gets a dollar bounty on each, then sells the fur for maybe around $4. Mr Myer had been working in tha Ankeny ammunition plant, but nas been here temporarily. KOSSUTH Feb. 15—Mildred Robinson Algona, medical. Feb. 17—Richard Vipond, Al- surgical; George Moore, Wm. Kuhn, Algona. Frank Elsie an average of one ,.,' ' UMU WlJlrctt . Algona, accident. UNION WOMAN SICK. i Union Twp., Feb. 18 — Mrs dm' day s : under a dun " g the last few EGELS AT IRV1NGTON HEAR MANY AUTO WORKERS IDLE evening, and among the graduates was the former Gladys Wallburg, Algona, now Mrs. Bob Selzer. Mrs. Selzer completed her graduation credits some weeks ago and accepted a government job in Washington, D. C., so she was graduated in absentia. Others in this section graduated were Delores R. Arndorfer, Corwith; Ruth A. Feldick, Buffalo Center; Erwin H. Meyer, Lu Verne; Marie Wilhelmine Schmidt, Woden; Margery A Brown, Fenton; Geraldine M. Bruns, Titonka; and Irma Beth Frederickson, Woden. Marilyn Tweet, former Algon- ian now living at Mason City, was also among the graduates. She is a daughter of Mrs. Mae FOR SALE—SIX TONS alfalfa hay; also some 444 seed oats.— Gilbert Hargreaves, phone 27F12, Algona. 16p23 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf FOR SALE—MODERN 7-ROOM house in east part of Algona.— Paul W. Schmidt, Lone Rock, phone 3810. 16p23-24-25 FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO- land China sows to farrow in March and April. Reasonable prices.—John Bockes, Lu Verne. 16p22-23 MORT-O-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf FOR SALE — 6-VOLT ZENITH farm radio and 225-hour storage battery. Late 'model WM Briggs and; Stratum washing machine engine and .6*voU;-genera- tor. All in A-l condition. Three miles northwest Whittemore, along -pavement. — Lake Higgins. t 34p23 vantage., Emmet, Pnlo counties. M earning possibility Interview lalor-l Murphy Products lington, Wis FOR SALE—TO SETTLE EState: 7-room all-modern house, paved street on both sides. Al Minnesota and East North street Possession March 1. If interested, see Dick Sorensen, phone 876, Algona. 32p23 NOTICE TO MISSOURI SYNOD Lutherans. You have until Feb. 25, 1942, to buy A. A. L. insurance /without a war-clause. Those interested write or call F. H. Kossieck, box 571, Algona, Ph. 496-J. .' 12 P 23 Benefit Basketball Gam! for the Red Cross Ambulance F an! Saturday Night, Feb 211 AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GY|1 7:30 p. m.-St. Cecelia's Academy tJ vs. Presentation Academy, VVhiH • more. .' «$j« 8:45 p. m. Algona High School vs. \\M boldt. ; • cla Admission: Students, 20c, i nc tax; adults, 30c, including tax. Farmers 9 Ship Their Best Crops to Us Tin **"~"*4*!S ~~ Ibi As soon as the Bale Is made to our buyers, fast motor truck* nr speedy trains, hustle these fine thlngx to our. markets— non-stop in many Instnnces. Why? To cut out more expensive routing: and handling methods. You irei- fresher fruits nnd vegctnhloH—and— you spend less nnd get more. liecAuse we share the savlnffc 'vlt-h vou. Nation-wide Grapefruit Feature! Texas Marsh Seedless Size 96 LIVESTOCK DEALERS ATTEN- tion—^Killer horses wanted. Get our prices first. — Write or wire Hill Packing Co., Esther- vine, la. 18(2)21-24 MEN GROWING MY INDIANA 425 Hybrid are high in its praise. Some small grades left at about half price.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 21p22-23 e? OPPOI8TBJNITY ADS KNOCKS HERE" Want Ads of all kinds are CASH; no charge- accounts. No 'till ordered out' orders. Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent, etc., 2c word- Minimum 25c. Add lOc for mailing replies to 'blind' ads. Stamps accented for ordinary wants. Count each set of initials as one word, also each set telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary words such as 'one,' etc. Contract lota rate on long readers. Legals lOc line, Sc line for repeals. MAN WANTED FOR GENERAL farm work. — Lloyd Neswold, Wesley, two miles east on old No. 18. 16p23-24 . of officers. There , Mich" ' writes her mother, Mrs Charles' Egel, here, of unsettled condi- New Depot — _ There are many unemployed just now, but they will no doubt -have work again when the to manufacture plants reopen "war products. Mr. Van Steinberg works in a printing shop, and the building where the shop was located was recently taken over by the government for the duration, the proprietor being new depot agent here. Other Iryinston News. Harold Colwell has rented the MUtag farm, northwest of Al- only 2% Euge _ - ci o* w «_** \jiiiy £* fZ hours to move his equipment to a new location. Aid Makes Baby Quilts The Aid met last Thursday at the church, Mrs. Vern Barker hostess. The society is doing Red Cro ?. s work when material is available. In the meantime the women are making quilts for baby cribs, the quilts to be donated to the Red Cross. Missionarr Sociely~io Meet- irte Missionary society will «t2p. m. —.. « x and her son drove to Barnum Tues.. .- see Malcolm Black whn suffered a stroke Sunday Mr Black is an uncle of Mr. Colwell. SALE DATES THURSDAY, FEB. 26 — C. J. Houseman, Armstrong" China bred sow sale. Poland THURSDAY, FEB. 26 - Mr^ fSK*!"* JU «- seneral HORSES FOR SALE.—Roy McVay, Algona. 6p22-23 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Brown Swiss bull, 1 year Huff, Lu Verne. old.—Jesse llp22-23 WELL DRILLING — Spear & Phillips, phone 255. 1007 North Mam, Algona, Iowa 35tf HOUSEKEEPER WANTED AT .once, year around work. — Inquire at this office. llp22-23 PRACTICAL NURSING.-Write or see Mrs Clara Barkema, 5 Call, Algona. I0p23 TENANT HOUSE WANTED- Lloyd Neswold, Wesley, two miles east on old No. 18 13p23-24 FOR SALE—BROOD SOWS TO farrow April 1.—Robert Casey, 4 miles, north Lu Verne. 12p23-24 RENT-LARGE farm, have help and equipment, good reference. Inquire Advance 13p WANTED TO BUY — 700x16 650x16, 600x16 tires and tubes! ^Thompson Hatchery, Etaore, P ° R , SALE—HOLSTEIN COWS, f w f u d Bang tested.—HamU- ton Hatchery, Bancroft, la. 12ul7tf FUTURO ELASTIC BRACES The new, full-fashioned, perfect fitting braces for' sprains, strains, varicose veins and weakened or •wollen conditions. -:- FOR -:- Anklee...65c Knees 98c Wrists ...33e Elbows...98c LUSBY 8c GlOSsf Algona, Iowa FOR SALE—LIGHT OAK breakfast set, 5-piece. In good condition.—Mrs. Harry Felter, phone 27P22. 12 P 23 FOR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET sedan, A-l shape, new tires.— Phone 137 or write Arthur Glaus, nton. 16(2)23 \ FOR SALE—SET OF BREECH- mg harness, some extra collars Inquire 920 Diagonal st. — Lee Hendren. 13p2 3 FOR SALE—TEAM OF COM- mg four,year-old roan-geld- Gardner, Lone • -c ings. — Orville Rock. SOWS LOSE FLESH It is a proven fact that where ]ust home grown grain is fed, that a brood sow will lose around 200 pounds of weight nursing a large litter of pigs. Our customers have proven that the vitamin, protein, and mineral combination in Big Gam Mineral Stock Food has saved 150 pounds of flesh on each sow which at the present packer price would buy 400 P? un , d l, B jS Gain Mineral btock Food and that on an average will put the sow and Pigs clear through to market. Free Sample on Request Ed. J. Hatten, Bancroft; J. F. Lorenz, Wesley; Dick Meyer. TUonka; Whittemore Produce. Whittemore; Led yard Elevator. Ledyard. oyart> SAVE and INVEST THROUGH FEDERAL S AV, HO S A TO LOAH EABHmos Now Paying 3% £• T*AT TT'V f~\m mrm Ti-».T-n7!*.- '^•^•^•XlvJWi AN TWQ r P'DTTli*'i?Tk.T JL.TXJUI..L x \JE JLJrlE UNITFT^ QT 1 AT'i^c? /-«/% *iio i xv uJVH%pJ» DEFENSE STAMPS AND DEFENSE BONDS CAN NOW BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR OFFICE Algona Federal Saving, and Loan Association C. H. LA BARRE. Sec-y-Treas. California Sizn 288 B+ for29C 17c iliiiiimiiiiii (or T« 3 O (jiirrrnmnl MJ( -»•»»*•» »*••*»« u&«.r? **aa GRANGES. . 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