Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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PAGE SIX GOV, WILSON IN ADDRESS AT LU VERNE Urges Sacrifice for the Preservation America. Lone Rocker Hit in Eye by a Splinter Lone Rock, Mar. 24 — Delmar Angus suffered puncture of the right eyeball Friday, when 1 a piece of insulator porcelain from a wind-charger struck him. He was taken immediately to the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, where he had an operation. It is believed that he will not' lose sight in the eye. Mrs. Angus accompanied R. T. Angus and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus to Fort Dodge Sunday to see him. •* Coming to Lu Verne and going home, the governor practiced what he preached via proclamation only a week ago—he drove at a speed not exceeding 40 m. p. h. It is 122 miles from Des and" last. Moines to Lu Verne and it look publican announced that Rapp would add the stock to the Humboldt store. STORE TO QUIT. Edw. Rapp, Humboldt hardware dealer, has had a branch store at Burt, Earl Lockwood, manager, but the latter is soon to join the U. S. armed forces, week's Humboldt Re- 884-J. KOSSUTIt OOUNTY ADVANCE, AUGONA, IOWA REG. SHOBTHORN AND Aflgu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boats.—Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf IT IS TlMti TO HAVE YOUR septic tanks and cesspools cleaned—Call John,Ellen, phone FOR SALE—TIMOTHY HAY in barn.—J. M. Elmore, Algona. 10p28 14p28 FOR SALE—4-WHEEL FARM trailer with hew tires and tubes; 1 near new 36-in. wagon box; 1 used Mc-D. FOR SALE-j-CHEVROLET pick' up, new, 2000 miles, 5 new tires. Cash deal.—Inquire Shipley's Cafe. spreader. — Fred Rocfc manure Flalg, Lone 23(2)28 BEAUTIFUL SMALL PIANO. See in Algona. Terms on bal- ice.—Write Acc't ' 178, Mason City, la 17p28 * 4M » T .••••!• » ^J May, Also lamb middle VOUftg WOtk hofW«.—* > —•. srr^rr. teftson, Lona R**. ,JW8tt POfAtOES-8 TONS solid (Cobblew. $1.59 No. * Cobblers, $1.07. Bring y sack-East End Grocery. FOR SALE—125 BU. MANCHL soybeans; 9-year-old gelding ic 00 suyueans; »-ye«r-uiu gciumi I6 P Z8 well broke; set of leather fl; phones Lone Rock. FOR SALE-J-5-YEAR-OLD black ! mare, weight 1400. — He Schnackenbetg, 4 miles east __, Ir vington. l 4 ^ SPECIAL SALE LARGE Algona, 90 22p2 FOR SALE-11940 DE LUXE V8, coach, radio, and heater. Good,*°, tires. Priced to sell or trade.— Phone 876. 16p28 Leghorn cockerels, 10 day weeks old, $4.90 for 10( while they last. — Hamilton FOR SALEf-GOOD trailer, good tires, 2-wheeled 4x7 Hatcheries, Bancroft and Ti tonka, Iowa. 25(2)28 him three hours and 35 minutes lo make the trip one way. PLANNING BOARD TODAY. A county planning board meeting is being held today (Thurs- Lu Verne, Mar. 25—Last Friday evening at the local high ,1,5 i a ucmg uem iuu«y vmurs- school gym the annual father and day) at the Burt hotel. The corn- son banquet was held. mittee is discussing county production capabilities in view of what the 1943 productoin goal That this event is eagerly looked forward to here by both fathers and sons was evident from the big turnout in spite of rain made driving should be. County Agent A. L. Brown is among persons in attendance. WANT ADS FOR SALE—BISON FLAX seed. —J. J. Wadleigh, phone 2512, Lu Verne. 9p27-28 and snow which hazardous. One hundred and thirty-one fathers and sons gathered around the banquet tables, which were heavily laden with food served by the Band Mothers club. America's Heritage. A. A. Schipull gave a toast to the sons, and Howard Swanson responded with a toast to the fathers. High light of the evening, however, was an address' by Gov. George A. Wilson, who sketched in simple language the heritage we of this generation received from our fathers in state and nation. He also pointed out that because of the war which is now filling the world with devastating WANTED — A GOOD USED rum, we shall all be called upon j telephone. — Frank Shipley, to make sacrifices which our' Armstrong, la 9p28 fathers did not have to make for t . FOR RENT—300-ACRE FARM triple" boxrT942 license'-Ronald . J .?0 acres under . P 1 ™^ Good Ortman, Burt 12pW'-^Mmm a , nd , Pasture, 75 acres (alfalfa; dark loam sou. Cash or (share. — Wm. Peysenske, Park Rapids, Minn. 27p28 FOR SALE-iFARMALL good condition, with new cultivator. Prick reasonable. — Irvin Koppen, Lakota. • 12p28 FOR SALE-11942 FORD truck, 7x50 tires, 14-ft. grain box and stock rack. 1937 Ford truck, 32x6 tires.—Write box 69, Algona. p28 FOR RENT—MOTORIZED Fanning mill fof cleaning oats and other se.eds.-<-Algona Flour & Feed. Co. 12p25-28 MORT-0-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—1940 SEED —Mrs .Jake Winkel, 20F13, Algona. OATS, phone 11(2)28 WELL DRILLING — Spear & Phillips, phone 255. 1007 North Main, Algona, Iowa 35tf The city UMSSOT will be at city hall Saturday, March 28, 1942, for the purpose of signing up application* for soldiers' exemptions and homestead tax credits. Hours, FOR SALE AT ONCE—8-ROOM 8:30 a, m to 5 p. m. 30(2)28 modern houie and five lots at — Wesley. — Inquire Mrs. Louis FOR SALE—SOME CHOICE al- Schleusner, Garner. I5p28 fajfa ^ av - AJso some good sound second quality on Hollis Benschoter farm % mile east of Plum Creek. In the barn. Easily loaded.—E. L. Gilbert, Algona, phone 973W. 31u28 FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans, germination 95% or better. Recleaned, $2.50 per bu.— Hugh Raney, Algona. 14p28-29 WANTED—RIDE to DUBUQUE, soon. Will share expenses.— Phone 869W. 10p28 RED WING FLAX SEED FOR sale. High germination and purity.—G. W. Patterson, Burt. 15p25-28 FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans, good germination, $2.50 per bushel ready to plant. No bags furnished.—Alvin L. Weber, Lu Verne. 20p27-28 ALPALA *11.& CLOVER $9, Blue Tag Edgedrop Hybrid corn $2.65; all per bushel. Also many other bargains. Postal card us today for catalog and samples. —Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 30(2)25-28 LARtfE FOR SALfMSfeEp .. x ~-, per 100; First yeaf certified Ohio, — bier, and Warba. Cbbblers^ Mid Warbas, $3.39 a bag; Ohios, f 2,59. 100 bags Red Rivel- Valley Ohio tagged seed, $2.25 £*b*«- Eating stock, J2 per 100 lbs.--tt R. - ' Whittemore. 38(2)28-30 ing Zumach, FERTILIZER — NOW IS THE time to plan your fertilize: needs. Swift's Red Steer is de pendable. We can give you quick service and economical price 01 any standard analysis. — Swif & Co., Algona, la. 32U28-31 HYBRID SEED CORN —IOWA 939-306-303. State certified 306 and 303 are two of the newest Iowa State Hybrids. Their maturity is about the same as 939. Prices reasonable. — M. A. Sorlein, Bode, la. 33p24-26-28eow WANTED—OLDER OR MIDDLE aged men or mature women. Good Sunday Register route pen. Pays $1.20 per hour for ive hours work early Sunday morning. Must have car and good eference. — Address W. J. >ayne, box 68, Algona, la. 25p28 w ±& r UOUBXUBUTS, SAWS. NO* MOM the simple reason that they had ' FOR SALE—HUBAM none of the luxuries we are now asked to give up. Sacrifice Asked. The governor asked the audience, for the sake of state and country, to forego cheerfully all luxuries and mere pleasures in order whole-heartedly to give themselves to the support of our commander-in-chief to the end that this country may be preserved as a heritage for our children and children's children. The full program for the evening follows: Toastmaster. the Rev. Mr Wit- •tenburg; baritone-saxaphone solo; woodwind group; tuba solo- clover, $9.60 bu. Flour & Feed Co. . FOR SALE—3-BURNER PER SWEET | fectior^ oil stove. Separate — Algona Ilp28-31 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hampshire brood sows. — Thomas R. Crahan, Livermore. 9p28 FOR SALE—SEASONED BURR onk posts. — F. S. Thompson, j phone 26F12, Algona. 10p28 j FOR SALE—MODERN 7-ROOM j house with two lots in Bancroft.—Nick Sandt, Adm. 12p27-28 oven. Good condition. Priced reasonably.—Phone 704-J or 221 N. Harlan, Algona. g2{ FOR SALE—SEEDHOUSE cleaned home grown Grimm alfalfa seed; also good 7x12 truck box —Philip Arndorfer, 2 miles s and 2/3 east of Sexton. 21p28 phone quartet; Howard dress, FOR SALE—MUKDEN soybeans. Good germination. — Carl Hutchins. phone 24F3. Algona. 12p28-29 SEED POTATOES — EARLY Ohio seed, $2.35 per 100; Cob- kler seed, $1.55 per 100. From 1941 North Dakota certified seed —East End Grocery. 20p28 toast to sons, Mr. Schipull; saxo-' - , v, ""» JUH. >jooa germi: toas t to fathers, | FOR SALE—SOME GOOD clean ~ Paul Blumer, Livermore. FOR SALE—20 BU. RECLEAN- ed Bison flax seed at $275- also 300 bu. Mukden soybeans at bin run. Good germination. trio; ad ' timothy scecl Good God , tion > 1941 crop.-Lawrence Han| sen> Wes i ey . 13p28-29 Bee the Cause of Shot in Shoulder Wesley, Mar. 24— Dever Miner employed at the Rudy Larson farm, was accidentally shot in one shoulder Sunday. With Max \ Stevens, who works at Percy I Brink's, he was shooting at tin I cans at Larson's, and when a bee I settled on one of Miner's fingers I Stevens, m an attempt to knock it off, accidentally pulled the trigger of his gun, the bullet hitting his companion. Miner was ^h IS an Algona hospital, where the bullet was removed and he was given a shot for lock- FOR SALE —TRAILER HOUSE 0x20. Would make ideal tenant house. — Call John T. McGuire, phone 323. 16u28 23(2)28 FARM SEEDS •N We have a large stock of farm seeds, all northern grown and of excellent quality: We are jobbers as well as retailers of these seeds so will have a large stock to draw from. You will find our prices very reasonable for the quality of seeds offered. Come in and examine these seeds and compare them—price and quality—with any other seed on the market. We have a complete assortment including flax seed. Medium Red and Alsike Clovers and Grimm Alfalfa are especially nice seeds. Let'us figure your seed requirements and we will make any mixtures you will need. We rent a motorized fanning mill for cleaning your seed grains. inffl ^^ Seed "° W and be SUre y ° U Can get the Algona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE 257 AUTOMOBILE W8URANCE- We have-over 1000 cars and trucks Insured through the office* Get our rates before you buy or renew your insurance. 80% col* lision insurance at a 40%. saving. —L. 8. Bohannon, over S. it L. Store. Phone 130. 34(2)20-22-24-26-28-30 FOR SAtE~"i2-YEAR-OLD mate. ** Mfs. Peter 20-disc grain drill; f*14 with cult : .I.}-' Jtehti B«f*e • G, i,, corn-planter; Little Genius „. bottom, dlat plow; 2-sections No i apriniMooth harrow; new No 42 combine.—-J, E. Ukena 1m Co., L«kota. tena Imp! 39(2)27-28 FREE STAM1NCJ OFFER— Wanted-*Reliable man to supply regular customers with famous Watkins products trt Algona. Special starting offer includes $30 free products. Steady earnings, starting immediately.—j. Q Watkins Co., D-50,Wlnona, Minn! 33p26-29 Begiiuung;Wednesday, March J SERVICE STATION HOU* 7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m Id's ke by to S'lc >nc die gad' e We, the undersigned service station operators and i retailers of Algona, agree to open our places of busme. week days at 7 a. m. and close at 7 p. m. Sunday the hi will be 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Saturdays, open at 7 a . ffi keep open as long as there may be business to attend t< AVERAGE DAILY HOURS cot on 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Johnson D-X Service Dutch's Super Service Schultz Bros. Service Klamp's Service Kossuth Oil Company Harris Conoco Station Skelly Service Station Heiter's Texaco Service Royal "400'-' Service Selzer Service Station K. & H. Co-Op. Oil Co. ra< s< Clements Sinclair Service ^Park's Super Service Harms Super Service Moore's D-X Service Mike's D-X Service Hutzell Cities Service Frankl Service Station Malueg's Standard Service $ Larson's Service Johnson Service Station Viking Oil Co. 1 IUT nal riei tmi on re Ledyarder Brings Down Pelt of Fox Jacob Rink was down from L( r d yard yesterday and brought T-K , ^ lm a fox pelt which he exhibited at County Auditor Kin- seys office, collecting a dollar bounty at the treasurer's office Eugene Meyers, Algona, 1942 veteran at fox-hunting, reported an- | other pelt last week Monday, and Marvin Wiese, Elmore, brought £h 6 I™™- this wcek Monday. Though Wiese lives at or near Wmore in Minnesota, he killed the tox in this county. ----- • -NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- You are hereby notified that the undersigned, Ella H. Lewis is the sole owner and manager of the following described real estate, to-wit: S ° u0thwest Quarter of Section Twenty- f \u nc l the East Half , f the East Half (E 1 /-) ?* the Southeast Quarter (SE%) pf Section Twenty (20), all in Township Ninety five (95) North, Rang Pe Twen- WeSt of ^e Kossuth County J ' THE PRECISION WATCH *WHEN you are choosing your gifts, don't forget that a Gruen is the noblest gift of all! We are featuring Grucn wristwatches for men and women only $24.75! priced from 28 Iowa. P P. ELLA H. LEWIS. "iuen VERI-THIN MODISTE $33.75 ELGIN, HAIMILTON WATCHES $25jO, §33.50 and up Other Dependable Watches $15.00 up BORCHARDTS it ens fli m m CARNATION MILK tall cans 25c (all cans. 18K MILK 23c SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 22c MUSTARD 18K PURE GRAPE JAM 18K GRAPE JUICE CUT GREEN BEANS CREAM CORN RED ROOSTER COFFEE RIPPLED WHEATS^,,., MARSHMALLOW Ml). tin_. COFFEE 28c rinart 2 cans each Ibs. 59c 17c TURKEY INSURANCE RATES 4c per bird for 6 months 4%c per bird for 7 months. lc per bird for 15-day additional extension LOW RATES ON BROODER HOUSES, CONTENTS CHICKS WE WRITE ALL LINES OF INSURANCE ALGONA, IOW4 • R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency Office First Door North la. State Bank RICE KRISPIES ... 2 boxes 23c WHEAT FLAKES. 8-oz. box 9c S-oz. Cello TOASTED WHEAT....... 5c Carol 8-ox. MACARONI...... 3 boxes 12c Carol 8-oz. SPAGHETTI...... 3 boxes 12c PURE COCOA ... 2-lb. box 17c CLOTHES PINS, box of 40 . 9c tr 4 ^. m SOAP G RAINS, 2 Irg. boxe. 33c IGA CAKE FLOUR Jy 18c CAMAY SOAP - - - - 3 bars 2o c —— No. 2 can Whole Kernel CORN 2 for 21c SOAP10 fo,43C TOILET TISSUE '.'.'. 4 roll. 19c Gerber's Strained BABY FOOD 4 can. 25c Standard PEAS, No. 2 cans 2 for 22c AEROi Liquid Floor fl Pint CAROL EARLY J So. AND CORN for. Fresh Doughnuts Doz.l3c plain or Cinnamon SEjMI-SWEET CHOC. GEMS 7-oz. SHEETS PAPER TOWELS 2 ,GLOS5 STARCH for 13C Mb. ORANGES. LARGE SIZE ORANGES, MEDIUM SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 23. . CARROTS 12EL.. NEWONIONS.. LEHUCE LARGE HEADS FANCY APPLES RADISHES ... ; COBBLER POTATOES . HUMBOLDT CREAMERY _J pound Butter Reg. 35c lie dozen PICNICS tender shanklcss HOQD>s bag bars— Ibs. Ibs.

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