Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1942
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25,536 MAKE USE IN YEAR * OFJJBRARY Librarian in Annual Report at Meeting of Board. MARKETS The local library board held its annual meeting Friday, T. H. ChTischilles, new president,'pre•'Ai, mgl T, Two new members, Mrs Allen Brunson, and Supt. O. B Lamg, took their seats. E , lla Thompson, secretary, pre served the annual financial report, covering the year from April I, 1941, to March 31, 194? Algbna's assessed property uation is $2,260,606, and ther library levies, one of . „ for general maintenance, — other for building and a^mTlnS^i, 3 t0tal ° f °" ly Receipts and Expenses. In addition to tax support the 1 10 $ recelves the inc °me from the Florence Cowles $5000 dowment. Miss Thompson's i ment follows: Receipts. Tax returns Union income HOGS Med. hvy.-, 180*200 COUNT* ADVANCS. IOWA !13.85 -"--• •"'•»•> *ww-*<uw ........i HO.OO Med. hvy., 200-300 1114.00 Packing sows, 270-360 ....$1350 Packing sows,- 360-400 __ $13 40 CATTLE Canners and cutters ..$4.50-550 Fat cows $6.00-7.00 Fat steers $10.00-11.00 Bulls .... $8.00-8.75 Stock steers .$7.00-10.00 Fat yearlings $10.00-11.00 Veal calves $7.00-13.00 CHAIN NO. 2 yellow corn 69c No. 2 white corn 82c No. 3 white oats !._._.43^c No. 2 yellow soybeans'"-_v:~"*l 64 No. 1 flax seed $238 No. 2 malting barley: _ n ^ s I.64c EGGS ' '-•*•••., Premium '•'• ^ j-x<--. 30c as I'i^CJBc TownMndMt Name D»l«g«i«— The Townsend club met at the Legion hall Tuesday evening ahd elected delegates to a district convention to be held at Fort Dodge next Sunday. • Elected were Mrs. John Schmidt, H. E. Miner, Kenneth Dooley, and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Another delegate is to be named. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, local president, is a by ft 4 o'clock dinner, arid covers will be laid for 15 gtterts. Marti«l in MUtouri— Wm. C. Dewel and Eva L. Pet erson announce their marriag 1**L Thursday evening at th Methodist church at Bethany Mo. The pastor, the Rev. J. W Ward, performed the ceremony OMM 4k M ^A>*._t -. __ * 4 a i * - <•-<••<««•« uuAiy AWC14 UJ, delegate ex-officio. A short program was presented under 'direction of Mrs. Frank Johnson, chairman, and participating were: Frank Tietz and John Helmers, accordion and guitar duet; Edith Greenfield and William Boldridge, song duo, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Orville Hedrick. 's auxiliary an- No.2 ::::::.::....„, Sweet ii.^_'^.40c no.unced that it was boxing cook- iies for club members serving | with the armed forces. The next | auxiliary meeting is to be held i with Mrs. Anderson next Mon- All , -, » r~"w»l«*v.v« VI1C Vdelll j and the Couple returned to Al gona Monday evening. . OtMEII SOCIETY. The Congregational L. O. .A Sunday school class will meet this evening at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's, Mrs. D. D. Paxson assisting. Margaret Durant will have charge of the program. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn is president of the organization. The Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet next week Thursday at the church, and lostesses will be Mesdames Fred o? lge1 ' Cleve 37c| da ?' it . A11 committee chairmen, . n th as sistants are to meet \ be , ln charge of entertainment Monday, and refreshments. -. C. Richardson, and -~.v. Barton. Reports from he Presbyterial will be given. The Trinity Lutheran young peoples society will meet next week Thursday evening at the church. Rita and James Will will LOST '— BOSTON TERRIER, female, black and white.— Julius , Capesius, Bode, la. 12p32 FOR SALE — CLEAN MtIK£)EN soy beans. — R. 0. Draye phone 3515, Lone Rock. ,9p31-3: .'•-••T --'v -i—.if-rii -..- . *TTTiriri-im- Ti~ - t FOR SALE - 1939 D*Lu« fly mouth coupe, radlo.heater. "-* in good condition, ~ Ralph horst, Algona, Iowa. WANTED-PASTtmfi «.«»., head young cattle and c61t§.— Everett Wlthahi. whittemore', phone 10F1.21, Algona. 15(2)12 FOR SALE—BERKSHIRE boars —Henry C. Schick, Algona, 2} miles east Plum Creek. llp31-3 WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, phone 13 on 9( nrf . OnQO-Q Burt. 9jp29-3 FOR SALE—1930 CHEVROLET coach — Joel B. Miller, -Lu 'erne. 8p35 POULTRY^ •*•'•"• ff*^~~A^deW£ S' H de £ l lbs 14c The rest of the evening was Hens, 4 to 5 lbs. I 8c spent at dancing. Cassi! Hel- ki 0 n^ 4?iTu- 18MiC I? 6 ™ wo ? a prize cake donated ks, under 4Ms lbs. ...9 C by Mrs. James Draper ks, over 4% lbs. ll c I The next club meeting will be No. 2 poultry 3c i ess jheld at the Legion hall Tuesday ^-~ ~ ' £ Vemi J?' May 5 ' when there """ , Mrs. R. G. Richardson will b hostess to the Baptist Vanguard I class Friday evening, Mesdame OR SALE—MOTORBIKE. Can go 35 miles hour, $58.—Hamil- on Hatchery, Bancroft. 12(2)32 DUCK EGGS FOR SALE—Mrs. Everett Witham, Whittemore P. P., phone 10F121, Algona. g32 I ~«HWU A i .njcij' CVCillll Everett Richardson Elkins assisting. and oTvlle Lu Verne Boy Breaks Record at S. U. I. Verne, Apr. 22 — , , be a May basket dance. Drivers Fiflv Years Wed— BANCROFT 75281 ' 398.12 52.05 Books Periodicals Binding 'Heat, light, „<, Other expense Many New Books. During the year the library ad- 511 adult books to its shelves ^41 children's books. All income from the Cowles foundation goes for books. The library recevies 87 magazines, some of •vyhich are donations. Magazine circulation was: adult, 3817- children's, 284. ' Use of the library for reading or study is tremendous The figure for the year was 25.536 us- Of course this includes dif- _ Lyle Johnsons, 'Lake Crvs ;^,^ — j T . "_ ' ~, .. X 1 ^ 5 : ..^ WbA j YV iiiv.il Was LIlc ever made at the university.. He was an honor student while attending the Lu Verne high school and was "king" of the Brain Derby in the year he was a senior. was the first IR^ W H PaStr ' the ' LEDYARD Jeanette Jensen entertained a dau ghter I Mrs. Driver Orange r 1 w g £ na> T £ e - v have "o"ne "son! n W> J? r .iver, Springfield, Ore. Mr Driver was the buttermak er at Burt for years, also ran ffS51 at C-ldwell, Ida., and S H - M escher,, daughter Mrs. Glen McCleish, son Hatten at the — <jjscn nome, Algona [ • f v £ Ralph D °rr, Camp Wolters, Tex spent a few days last SSdf brother Clet " s and ,^™ d , M?-Anton Kadoes are WANT TO TRADE — GOOD work horse for brood sow — Howard Witham, Algona. Ilp32 WANTED—PASTURE FOR 12 sheep and lambs. — Mrs. C. Cunningham, Irvington. Ilp32 FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY beans, good germination.—Carl Hutchms, phone 24F3, Algona. . Hp31-32 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY, candidacy for Supervisor from the Third district in the,- June primaries.—J. C. Skow. 17pJ2 ? 37^ FOR SALE—2 USED ELEtiT$c' twacViofc' 0 etn/\A ii0ki/4 tAi/it^n1ne<* pun oAijii—z USIMJ KLieyjinHj . washers; 2 good used bicycles: 5 good used elec. radios; iJgoda 1 SKID cow*. IOWA 3o«, v «ttkte certified, germ. 90% better; 300 Is also called the riew Improved 939, $4 to $5 bu. Ma'ye a few bu. 939 Wind at $3. Sixth year growing hybrid seed cbfn.— -M. A. Sorlien, Bode, phone FOR and >as, 2? ating s eiuu. uiuius; JLvjgooa used ice box.—Joe Bloom. £0u"32 ; ... Wa «IM£/^ FOR RENT—THE FRANK' ley house, now occupied by Dr. Meyers, on E. McGregor,St.. possession May 1.—Anton Dldriksen, session May phone 73-W, 20'g32 RAWLEIGH ROUTE AVAlL- able at once. Good opportun- ty for man with car. Write at once.—Rawleigh's, Dept. IAD-1005, Freeport, 111. 21(2)32 FOR SALE—9 ACRES.. GOOD house and outbuildings in orthwest part of Humboldt on 69. Possession June 1. — Lars ihgsburg, Humboldt. 21p32 FOR RENT—70 grass Algona, "l BLUE PECIAL SALE WEEK OLD W. Rocks, $12.40; 10 days to two e e k s, $13.90. Guaranteed healthy. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft and Titonka. 20(2)32 INVESTMENT BARGAIN unimproved $5000, 80 half GENERAL ELECTRIC ~ DeLuxe 6-ft. 1940 model refrigerator or sale.—Elmer Ellingson, Otto- 12p32 M%***_U. 1*11 All J^JAUVCU tpUVl/l/| • IlcllJ. V" iea o^' ,- of cash > will assign lease. See us for Jim Shipler. (long time 4% farm loans. No red 15o32,tape, no commission.—McDonald & Co., phone 125, Algona. p32-35 sen. FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE boars read f ferent calls by the same "persons. Union township, the only township which sets aside a fund for rental of the library's service makes good use of the library, as can be understood from the fact that 865 books were borrowed during the year. Library Repairs Books. -••-"• ^n.nuo,y. Beverly and Marilyn Zielske, Maxine Nitz, Marian and Linda Ternes, Joyce Nitz. and Carolyn Ploeger Mr Tan £ M , rs ' Otto En glebarts, Mrs. L. D. Mayne, Adolph Pop- AHni i? ] £ am Poppe ' and Mrs Adolph Poppe attended the fun- K * of o 3 / 1 aunt > Mrs - L ena Engle- barts, 84, at Amber last Thursday and returned Saturday. people of the Evangela to-be repaired. Miss°Anriis reports-:-.that 561 books were mended by the library staff last nn« a "'^K "° pen house " be tween one and 5 p. m. on the annivers- arv date. Mrs_ Driver's mother was Mar- Ua Couly, a pioneer school teacher near Bancroft. Mr Mink- ti e e r rs WaS ° ne ° f AIgona ' s firs t set- W ™' £, S - Circle Meetings— P J * ^t^°. dist W °man's Society of Christian Service circle! Will moot 4V..V _*i "*«.*!.§ will meet this afternoon o'clock, as follows: Mrs • ^ -- — _^.., »»Uil(HiC^ Mrs. C. J. Stauder. Fr ^ nk , McG "ires, Mrs. Menke, and Howard Simmons left last week Wednesday for Camp Wolters, Tex , to Pvt> Clare nce Mc- —-——••- AAAAAVJ.X | ready for service, work horses.—J. A. ley. Also a few Skow, Wes- 14p32-33 WANTED _ CATTLE pasture, plenty shade and water.—Victor Fitch, 4% miles west of Ti- tonka - 12p32 at 2 the Howard Simmons, who had been employed at the Horme packing plant, Austin, Minn came last week Tuesday to visit relat!v say o vst relat!ves here before leaving for arm The pay shelf inaugurated two or three years ago realized $71.10 last year. All the money is spent for new books. _ During the year the staff fur- questions. Almost 800 books •were consulted to find the answers. Miss Annis reported 7339 non- iiction book loans during the year; 17,789 fiction loans; 13.311 • children's loans. Helen Falk, Titonka Girl, Wed to Sailor on California Coast Titonka, Apr. 22—Helen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto bere Dnrt, = *' , se el -| Mr s- Ben Potter- Mrs R W =nn V • * ta and Marvella John- 1 dorson's circle with M " Darnell, and Wilma i Bell; Mrs ' v, .1 guests at The daehte e KK1 ^ ksi "/_l er ,™[ a - nai l- was baptized. Mr and .' ^-* o circle, i -:-••-"- Godfredson; Mrs. Clinton Liehter's circle, with Mrs I .ITlri crr*«i-i • T\/Tr«c A ^"^ *- The Jack Lynches were visit- , Mr - and Mrs. Arthur Pryor, of _, ' day. . rs. to Falk, Titonka, and Harold, son of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Weiske, of Burt were married last week Monday evening at 10 p. m. at St Pauls Evangelical Lutheran church, San Francisco, Calif. A candlelight service was performed by the Rev. G. E Kirckner pastor of the church, and at- W cf re ^ arie and Alfrfi d San Francisco. The u e - a stre et-length costume of beige and brown, and the bridegroom wore a naval •i e churc h was decorated with white calla e • lect spent a few days at s sister, Mrs. William -_ last week and visited grandmother at Nevada Fri- -- : .> —~*~.v^ celebrated her -—.... birthday last week Tuesday by entertaining little friends- Barbara and Peggy Mayer, Carolyn Ploeger, Jeanette Jensen, Maxine Nitz, and Nitzie Lebcns Mrs. Lars Sfear and her boys spent Friday at the parental William Payne's. Dinner guests at Arthur Zielske s Saturday were the Victor Weavers, Minneapolis, who went home Saturday, after a few days at Clarence Scott's. Fairmont business visitors Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Randall, Mason City, spent the week-end at Lawrence Pinele's. Mr, Randall is Mrs. Pingle's brother Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Halvorson with Mrs. MVc; T 1 r 1 .,, „•*•• *-" iiuiunison'S with Mrs. Walter Klamp. Wa-tan-yans to Buy Bond The Wa-Tan-Ye club met at ft l^^^-ntg^t^ bull of . shown by with white calla lilies. ~™ Mr and Mrs. E^ Haivorson Ihe b «de was graduated from spent Sunday at Buffalo Center o^ i°r ca Jj 1 ? 11 sch ° o1 a year ago whe T e they attended a baptismal ana Mr. WpmVc. nrV,~ ;™ _ - r ' sprvipp fm- Ai-ltr^ !?««__:_ ,. T sch ° o1 a vea r ago Mr Weiske, who is a graduate of the Burt high school has been in the navy three years. Seniors at Grant Stages-Act Play ° rant Tw P- Apr. 21-The high of Arline Brandt, Helen Pedersen, Oren Beck, E sie Sel" berg, Evelyn Colwell, Jean Hen- ^¥ CalmTs'The St a!d"g Sol Mio, accompanied by Mrs Peavey at the piano, and Charles Sheeley played Home on the fe WEft^o. also accom! ~*t *~ vi»^.*»«v-^* a UQMtlOtAlctl — for Arlyn Francis, son of «". and Mrs. Bernard Olson Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Warner, Buffalo Center, and a daughter visited Sunday at Asa Warner's, and all called at Leonard Warner's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen entertained Sunday in honor of 1 the daughter Jeanette's sixth birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs Lou Nitz, Mr. and Mrs Paul Nitz daughter Joyce, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe were Sunday visitors at Maurice Seyjor's, Estherville. c toms. , -, S ^ me Mexican cus- Following the program, ed a hnS P K' P resident - conduct^ ed a short business meeting This " dub Takf" r eting for the Tar i ^, g the place of a regular luncheon, and the girls con tributed the 60c each in^ead tt b ° nd for —-- local ±ted Cross women want donations ol button™nv size or color, and they also want hooks and eyes, snaps, and buckles, nnn™™^. Mps T ' L ^CK be left at e e s . this week Parents ThCTe of Wellhousen ' s 89lh Mrs. Wilbur Fox are a son, born Fridav boys _, - ---•-—- ii.i,i ivubiKmeier. The George Wests, Owatonna, imn., spent the week-r-nd with ^ftives here, and Mrs We h who had spent a week here went home with the family.' Le Roy Smith, of Eagle Grove, —inquire Advance. «««„„. grease-foreman. J. w. Schiltz, Lawrence Mondav week Mrs. Paul Mulligan and her 1 spent the week-pnrl at Herbert Trenary's, Ledyard "* ^» Leo Wilhelmi's have to a house vacated by the —s Lensings, who had mov- V u e Sand t house. Mrs. John Berbers spent last week at Fort Dodge, helping a sister with housecleaning g Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman are parents of a J - ' • born Tuesday, -April Meredith Lynn. " „ NOTICE OF LETTING. tv, «- d blds wil1 be received at Algo°n f 1C ?.l th ,ie? u0n l y Aud >t_or, FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- ^f ns> Germination good —O Ely, 1 mi. west, 5% north of _____j__ 12p30tf FOR SALE -'ALLIS - CHAL- mers 60-in. combine. Used two years.—Leander Menke, B a n- croft, la. FOR SALE-WELL IMPROVED Kossuth Co. farms: 200 acres, f?5; 240 acres, $20,000; 240 acres, $18,000. These are good buys, located in Algona territory.—O B. Anderson, Forest City. 27p31-32 MORT-0-DINE Mineral* Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes tw jce as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf Take every precaution to preserve ihe l Morh,, Fir. and Th.f, aJ^donfl.V for fur, stored at home. Store your furs callycpn»lru«l.d vaults Jection- gainst all ,h e5e lqt.nflo(r. al o frlald te mpera „„ your furs, and preserves ' that gives them their lov REPA,R,NG AHD RIMODELING AT Chrischilles St Phone 281 WANTED—TO TAKE OVER A arm lease, will pay a fair Kossuth County Advance. 17p32 FOR SALE-BLACK AND white n wf feta formal . size 18. Reason- ^f'-See Mary Lamuth, or phone 404. ^ 32 SALE-UPRIGHT PIANO, nn t; u? g / L kettle with J a cket pool table for private use. Cheap . 18(2)32 FOR SALE OR RENT—HOUSE and 3 lots in ,Burt. Fruit and llM e p»3 )0 n'n^ e I e , Jim Murra y- 1109 East Call, Algona. ;E $2?5 P and AT ° ES ~ Early ° hl ° S> ick.—East End Grocery'. ' g32 EG. SHORTHORN AND Aneu bulls; Duroc, Hereford Berk cZnV^ ^ orkshir e boars.-Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2) 14tf WHMMi VICTORY DRESS RACK - Chrischilles Store ' SALES general ^^ ^^ - •• "•• """"»"»i """"iiiiimiiiiiHiimmimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Get Set for a Slack Seaso and we have Slacks e» --- the women want to for itjvelUn advance. Dinner Observes Birihdav— •—- d -Sn ChriS t LOn ?' f! ileona, entertained at ;i M ^ d . ay J v .? ni . n e hop- of - Guests Mr »» ' •"»""=*vine. *v*rs. Andrew Pptercrvn -,,,>i-\ Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, of tertain at a WrSd^aS F?{ Sioux Falls, spent Sunday with day afternoon at Mrs Wm Tf" Mr. Logans mother, Mrs. H. D. Ferguson's honoring kJ*!?.'^ TUT—V ' °* JC ' 1 '' ounaay witn Mr. Logan's mother, Mrs. H D Mav , n e, and also visited the parental Ostwinkle's at Algona Sunday guests at Jack Lynch's were Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, Spen- PP7* nnH TVff*. nu J »*• «« *I ™ da y Dlnner Tomorrow- Mrs. Andrew Peterson will entertain at a birthday party FW- Announcement I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for renomina- tion for ^laffy attorney subject to the will of the democratic voters at the June primaries. Winkel --^ -i^ijjuuii ai ivirs. Wm K Ferguson's honoring her Stew Flora Gabriel and Mrs M J Young, both of Algona An aftei noon program will be followed )«9, 086, 596, 498, 582, >97, 595, 587 506 59o" ^lir^rsVlS^S 5 ^ 540, 539, 566 577 591 573 A 574 " 8 - 585, 584 588, 592, 576-A, 594 and 593, involving 58,350 cu yds 1':,?^*° load and haul one 5,930 units of additional haul and 16,300 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Bids will be received at the same toVSr maintenance gravel on county roads, involving 94,000 cu. yds of gravel to load and haul one mile; 700000 units of additional % mile haul and 18,000 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional informa- S?^ 1 ?^^.??™^ at the office of the County Iowa. Algona ForRent May 1st Modern Apartment $35 PEE MONTH v . , _ , ? CALJ)WELL APARTMENTS See , - . . • T. C Hutchison PHONE 851 *° b * » porte Suit *' «f ^ are ' We are a11 Sport to your costume. you new Sr Slack Suits $5.00 $5.50 $7.95 $10.95 Bobby Suitil The popular BobW ••Ito'are shown In saekerg in junior, eg, and ladies' Nines -I cheeks, plaids, stripes at 15.00 and ^ $2.75 a,,, $3.45 misses' sizes . . , __

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