Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1942 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1942
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGOKA, IOWA ' ~ "^^^^^••^••••••••^••••M Do Not Throw Away Your Old Phonograph Records Broken Chipped Cracked Records, lb. _ . 5 C Records in good condition "ic7«rh -EDISON RECORDS NOT Kossuth Radio & Electric 214 E. State St. Algona, Iowa Sgg^L^an, Music Pupils at Lii Verne Rank High -' - ' .• ' ' _. „, -.---•• r» I wish to announce my candidacy for Demo- cfatic Supervisor to the third district, subject to the will of the voters in the June primary. W. S. Cosgrove GET 9 FIRSTS FROM LIST OF TEN ENTRIES Lu Verne, Apr. 8—Lu Verne's representatives in the pre-state music contest at Swea City made what is considered a fine showing. They won nine firsts and only one second in ten entries. Soloists winning first were Thelma Swanson, flute; Barbara Wolf, French horn; Marcella Henderson, alto saxophone; Phyllis Surby, euphonium. The saxophone quartet was composed of Marcella Henderson, Betty Wolf, Betty McGuire, and Donald Meyer. The chamber group of wood winds was Ruth Wegmer, Thelma Swanson, Betty McGuire, and Dorothy McClel- Ian. The girls' trio was Barbara | Wolf, Phyllis Surby, and Eleanor Nelson. The other two firsts were won by the girls' glee club and the band. Walter Peterson is both vocal and instrumental director. TIRE BRANDING With Your License Number Printed Permanently in the Tire Tire branding will have the effect of deterring the would-be thief from attempting to steal the i ., as any effort to remove the brand would in all ' ability result in complete ruination of the cas- : ing, making it of no value to the thief. In case the tires are stolen, a brand gives un•> mistakable evidence of their ownership Serial numbers of the tire often become obliterated Son contact with the curb, are easily buffed out by the thief and are of no dependable value for purposes of identification. Tire branding the Goodyear way, using the owner's license number, i s permanent and undisputable evidence of ownership. O Tire Branding will allay the worry and constant <> w« lear which the average car owner feels for the safety of his tires. Tire Branding will help in performing a public service because if universally adopted it will be a powerful factor in eliminating tire thefts and prove a valuable source of evidence to convict and punish thieves in the cases where such thefts do occur Nurse at Camp Robinson Jeanne Jennings, Eagle Grove formerly Lu Verne, is enlisted for Red Cross army training service, and she left April 8 for Camp Robinson, Ark., for additional training to qualify her for active duty. She was graduated from the School of Nursing at the University of Iowa last June. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jennings and is a graduate of the local high school. Her brother Grant Jr. will be graduated in May from the Presbyterian Theological school of the University of Chicago. Former Teachers Here Again A group of former Lu Verne teachers spent the week - end isre: Kleta Finley, now teaching in an East Waterloo school; Verla Mae Huston, now at Sutherland; and Louise Luers, Gladbrook. Dorothy D e v i c k, Edna Schutt, and Evelyn Van Court who taught here at the same time and are now here, prepared for Sunday dinner reunion at Mrs Herbert Smith's. Misses 'Finley and Huston plan to be at the same place next year, but Miss Luers has signed a contract to teach at Harlan. recovering from pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wolf ar moving to the Melvin Godfrey house, formerly occupied b; Lloyd Zentner. William Schipull has returned from an operation for appendici tis at the General hospital, Al gona. Mrs. D. E. Toohey spent las week with her daughters Marjory and Frances, Des Moines. John Phillips, Fort Dodge, vis ited his mother Mrs. S. E Phil lips Monday. Mr. and Mrs..I. W. Hof spent the week-end at Dean Fisher's near Carroll. Harold Sorensen and Dan Hig- gms were Omaha visitors Monday. HANKIE SHOWER FOR NORTHWEST KOSSUTH WOMAN Swea-Eagle, Apr. 15 — Mrs. sloyd Treat was hostess at an af- :ernoon luncheon Thursday in honor of Mrs. Dettmar Thompson s birthday. The women each gave her a handkerchief. Attending: Mrs. J. E. Harner, Mrs. George Harner, Alice, Edith, and Myrtle Molmder, Mrs. John Jongberg, and Florence Erickson. Women to Hear Lecture— Mrs. John Jongberg, Mrs. Emil Larson, and Mrs. Francis Torine -i , b ^ hostesses to the Baptist rn M l hl f, week Frida y at the Guild hall, and Dr. Norman B Harrison, who is giving a series °* Blb l e lectures at the Swea City Baptist church April 12 to 24 (except Saturday nights) will give an address, a special message for mothers. Daughter for the Johnsons- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson are parents of a daughter, born Thursday, April 9. Mother and baby are at the Wohnke hospital Bancroft. The Johnson other child, Dennis, is with his mater- Brones, who left Algona April 2 for army service, are all at Camp Berkeley, Tex. HOUM for a Farm Hand— The William peters have built a new tenant house for their farm hand, Mr. Johnson, and the Walter C. Petersons have built a new entrance and wash room for the kitchen of then* farm home. Rebuilding Telephone Line— Patrons on the telephone line from the Swea township com munity hall to the Armstrong ex change are building a new line replacing old with new posts «i some new wire, j Victory Garden Meeting— A Victory garden meeting wa held at Mrs. C. F. McGregor' last Thursday, and 13, women in the No. 5 Swea district attended Other SweB-Eagle. Geo. W. Patterson, Burt, "VJECOMflNG- DRAMAS 5 Tires $1.00 Super-Service Stand By Garden Hoe natural finish 69c Stand By Spading Fork Sturdy D handle. 89c Stand By Garden Rake 14 tooth. 5-ft, handle. lawn Carl large 10" rubber tires. Strong, durable cart, W wide. Grass Seed Gr's Shears Garden Set Rapid growing. Full 5-lfc. package. $119 Bust resisting, 8pe . clal alloy steel (or lea? wear. 79t Three hand garden tools—trowel trans- planter and weeder. Set 29( J. L Richardson Hardware Thompsons in Get-Together— Marjory Thompson, R. N., Denver, Colo., the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, the Allen Thompsons, and Mrs; H. E. Peitzke, Lu Verne, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Miss Thompson is supervisor of the Emergency ward of the General and County hospital, Denver, and has been there a year. Missionary Gives Talk Dr. Susan Bauerfeind, missionary who was in Japan 47 years now on furlough, was speaker at the district rally of the Evangelical missionary women at Renwick Monday. The societies at Fort Dodge, Pomeroy, Boxholm, Paton, Lu Verne, and Renwick were represented. Naval Youth on Furlough- Norman Hesse got home from the Great Lakes training station Saturday Viight on furlough. He will return about May 1, when he will enroll at the University of Chicago for special training in radio. Gordon Dimler was here from Camp Dix, N. J., f or the week-end. Daughter for the Brinks- Relatives and friends here have received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brink, who live in the Doan community, near Titonka. Mr Brink lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink, east of Lu Verne, many years. Neighbors Aid Sick Farmer— A number of neighbors of Clarence Krause helped last week to sow the oats on the Krause farm. Mr. Krause is recovering from five weeks of appendicitis and pneumonia. Mrs. Meyer Loses Mother- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Mey^r were at Woodward most of last week, called there by the death ?, f .., M rs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. William Troutman. The funeral was held Tuesday. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Flora Raney returned Sunday to her home here, after the winter with her daughter Mrs. H. R. Frei, Reinbeck. Arthur Raney, Waterloo, brought his mother home. Mrs. Frank Kendall, Badger visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Ruberg, Monday. Cora Ruberg is leaving this week for medical treatment at the university hospital, Iowa City. lone Brayton has recovered from a long illness with rheumatic fever sufficiently to go to school. She had spent most of the last six weeks in bed. She is a junior. .,. T .h e Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney with their daughter, visited friends at Waterloo and relatives at Kansas City and Weaubleu, Mo., last week. Mrs. H. G. French and Mrs Vernon Stribley were recent guests of Mrs. L. W. Fleming at the meeting of the Renwick Fortnightly club. The Rev. Mr. Wittenburg spent Tuesday and Wednesday? and will spend this week Thursday at i a spring conference for pastors at i Hartley. The Lutheran Walther League was entertained by Gerald and 1 Mervm Johnson at the church ; last week Tuesday evening. ! Geneva Hanna, who teaches at' Des Moines, visited Mrs. Peter inpmpson on her way home to Fairmont for the week-end- i ., Mr. and Mrs - John Brink vis-' ited Mrs. Nellie Stoddard at Renwick, Sunday. Mrs. Stoddard is Five Together in Army— The parents here have received word that Ellis Jongberg, Ever- R • v, E 5 lck 5?n, Harry Cushing, Richard Evans, and Andrew Y —"•^^^^••••^^^•^•••i "This is probably the CUTEST trick your junior ever pulled, an I wanted YOU to be the FIRST to see it!" MORAL: Don't blame Junior too much-Devoe Interior Wall Famts have an IRRESISTABLE "SOMETHING" which is ATTRACTIVE to everybody .;. . . f rom 8 to 80 . Smoot , creamy consistency . . lovely colors . . .in flat, semi- gloss or gloss finishes. WASHABLE, DURABLE — truly ECONOMICAL! (And there's NO extra cost, cither). WS CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF DEVOE PAINTS Kass.. Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. Phone 256 iiiiiiiinroiiiiiiiiiiiiB *» aSSUre succ essful results. Count on us to . ° uo = ALL GARDEN TOOLS S BEADY FOB YOU S KY. BLUEGBASS 1 LAWN SEED 1 Perlb. 30c s= Buy that new 1 COASTER = WAGON vegetables that will help make America strong ... or the beautiful flowers which are brave symbols of the fight for freedom ... call on us for every aid. Only part of our stock is represented by these items— come in and see rriany additional helps GARDEN HOSE Braided — strong and sturdy, 50-ft. length $4.39 GARDEN PLOWS Make play of the hardest garden work. $3.35 Get a New STEPLADDER haying a basement and entrance addition built at the tenant house 'where! the Ffaticls fofMlfei live on the Patterson ranch iii Grant township. O. A. Jenson was at Algona last week Tuesday to serve Oil the petit jury, but the docket being light, and many cases being settled, he was sent home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, son Lowell) and the Virgil Jensbns were Sunday dinner guests at O. A. Jensen's. Soldie, *!*-*teX gram had Sloan, another received bv hi* „ - word Fort Dix (some weeks "ago.' ECLIPSE Lawn Mowers Many with rubber wheels, 5 blades $9.85 Baseball & Fishing Equipment S SPECUL-Outside white paint, our S stock is complete — _____ ........... "-New Severn- Black or Peart W; Per gallon =KOHLHAAS HARDWARE f Save Time, Steps and EVERY DAY at YOUR For Victory Buy U. S. Defense Available at All A8tp .-, . . . , " «««• Fruits and Vegetables Hours Fresher! Site 60 *HEAD New *CABBAGE Florida Site 96 *GRAPEFRUIT £?%+ 6 ich ?C lOc Calif. Sis. 176 --" — ' «• • ~ ror COC *ORANGES W* . . im 33c POTATOES FOR SEED OR TABLE COBBLER """"" 1 v t -rr-i Contains vitamins B1+ c-f Key to Vitamins, ++Excellent Source lm!llllllllllll!lll)llllll|l||yi|||ll||||l™llli™iiiiiiiiinninmim™mTmmiiNt.mj«,«, $ *IONA FLOUR *PILLSBURYS FLOUR DROMEDARY DROMEDARY _ . SPRY SHORTENING fl . *IA. STATE BRAND BUTTER- 38 MEL-0-BIT A P™±; I S S o.. 2 ,*59c SUNNYFIELD LARD. 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