Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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f'/MO', f'UUK WANT ADS Want Ad. of all kind, are CASH: no charge accounts. Ko 'HU ordered oul' orders. Ordinary wants^for sale, for rent, etc., 2c word.. Minimum 25c. Add lOc for mailing replies to "blind' •ds. Stamps accepted 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 low rate on long readers. Legals lOc line, 5c line for repeats. LADY HELP WANTED. — A1- gona Laundry. WOMAN'S CLUB, Ml, STUDIES MOHAMMEDISM Hurt, May 13 — The Woman's club met Monday evening at Lulu Hawcott's, Mrs. J. T. Heaney as assisting hostess. "Women in the Land of Mohammed" was i the program topic. It included a book study of "Bagdad Sketches," by Freya Stark, given by Mrs. H. O. Buell, and a book study of Lilo Linke's "Allah Dethroned," by Mrs. Jim Christian- Greetings Across the Years May 4, 1942 Algona, lov THE CLASS OP 1S4J2, A, H, S. (o THE CLASS OF 18M A. H. S, honored with the greet- >nt usj WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSE- work on farm.—Write Box 400, Algona. , , : 10(2)55 FOR SALE—HOUSE, 3 LOTS and garage, in Burt.-^lnquYre Advance. llp33-36 1933 HARLEY-DAVIDSON MO- torcycle for Leek, Algona. sen. Mrs. Ella Serdahl Married Burt friends have received Mews of the marriage of Mrs. Etta L. Serdahl. sister of Walter Sorenson, and Fred E. Howard at Aberdeen, S. D., on April 25. They are lh«ing on Mr. Howard's farm near Barnard, S. D. The new Mrs. Howard spent several sale. — Arthur! years in Burt 9p35 ,, . T _ — Sister Has an Operation— MALE HOG — BLACK. CALL< Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Al Staohle evenings, four miles east Burt. j went to Mitchell, S. D., Monday —Roy Mann, Burt, la. 12(2)34-35 i where Mrs. Pratt went to be with her •cv^r> CTATT, , FOR SALE — MANCHU sister Buma Duckmanton, AND who was to undergo an opera- Mukden soybeans. — Ralph I tion. Mr. Staehle is visiting a Morgan, phone 7F3, Algona. j sister there. . ° Postmistress Goes Visiting FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- Postmistress Maude Hanna left beans. Recleaned. — Alvin L. ! Monday morning for Mobridge, "Weber, Lu Verne, phone 2558. i ?-. D -'. to . _ s P en _d_ a week with her 9p35-36 FOR SALE—PARTLY MODERN 6-room house in Algona. Reasonable.—Inquire Advance 11(2)35 : friend, Mrs. Marvin Scott Mrs. Scott, who was formerly Alice Eighme, taught here a number of , years. • W u ' . the Class of 1942 feel ings that you, the Class of 1889, s We realize that staunch and dependable characters like yourselves have made it possible fcr us to have the advantages which we have today. If you should look in. upon us;, you would find conditions greatly changed. We now hive a beautiful building, fully equipped. In our extra-curri :ular activities this year, we have won first in the 118 pound class and second in the heavy weight class in wrestling at the state meet Also, our debate team won second in the statk competing with all the larger schools. All six of these contestants are seniors. We feel especially honored in that we Were presented vith the school spirit" cup which was awaided on the basis of loyalty to our school. So you see our class, consisting of ninety-two students, has something of which to be really proud. We wonder if you are aware that the poem you quoted in the last paragraph of your letter is one that is before us almost every day. since it is written on one of the walls in our gymnasium. It is ineed an inspiration to all of us. We realize that the world which we will go out into today after graduation is much different from the one you entered. We imagine yours was full df plans and anticipation for your life's work. Ours is one of turmoil and strife, with future plans very indefinite. But, we. the Class of 1942, are fiarless, and shall do ev-' eryOung within our power to uphold the cause of right. You, the Class of 1889, have helped show us the way. We will follow with determination in order thit future classes of Algona High School may live in a world of freedom and happiness. I ** CLASS OF 1942. Richard Dits\vorth, President Calvin Wadleigh, Vice President, Charlotte Johnson, Secretary) SENIORS WILL GIVE PLAY AT LEDYARD H,S, New Employe at Bank— Maxine Fraser is the new book- SMALL KIMBALL PIAXO like ' c? ep f r , at ^ Burt Sav ings bank. new. Terms on bal — Write T e j es the place of Verne I Acc't Dept., box 176, Mason Citv Lovstad - uwh ° was called to ser-I la. 16 p35 vice in the army. Ledyard, May 13—The senior play, The Miracle, will be presented Thursday and Friday nights at the high school auditorium. In the cast are Leon McCoy, Connie Garry, Marjorie Gabel, Phyllis Strand, Edward Eggerth, Marjorie Mayer, Jeanne Estle, Wilma Busch, Billy Peterson, Blanche Hoag,- Gilbert Beenken, Jack Reece, and Wilma Peterson. Thirteen to Be Confirmed— Thirteen young people were examined Sunday at the Evangelical Reformed church, and will be confirmed next Sunday. BRIEFS FROM FSNTOfl The Lloyd and John Pinner stads, the Amer Codys, NorrhaA Finnestad, Joan, and 1 Delores, Bernice Johanneson, and Mfj). Lula Knudson, Delayer, were dinner and supper guests at Lars Finnestad's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Octrus,'of CHnton, spent the weekend at Fred Johannesen'S and Melviil Norland's, rind Nina Bergeson acv companied them home for an extended visit She is a Sister of Mrs. Octrus, also of Mrs. Jo* hannesen and Mrs. Norland. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman, the Martin Zimmerman?, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Riggert, Whittemore., daughter Dora were entertained | st dinner Sunday at the Willard . , Menz home. n *n r> J ° hnso "' Lor - Mrs. Amer Cody and her chil- £^£LS£l tta ^ h = dren went to Canton, S. D., Fri* taiffW at Dinner Sunday af W. TJbd Wesley Wittwers, of Des Mbmes,,came Saturday for mothers day at p. A. Huskamp's, and 6thet dinner guests there wer6 the Derwood Eiglers. It. and .Mrs. Howard Rabey, HaWarden, were weekenders at Mrs. City, IE. Frank's. . Karl Schwartz, Mr. and Rockwell and the J. A. Schwartzes, ^were dinner guests Sunday at C. F\ C. * ' ' The • Laage, and Mrs" J. A. the universit Sunday for a Medicine. Mr.'and Mrs. entertained ank ftuniji ROAN BELGIAN for service.— D. L. 3 l /2 miles west, 4 north C _. TTTO ,. Enlists in the Navy— vi A A 1° Gerald Ollom went to McArthur. cer last Wednesday of Al- 14p25 j FOR SALE — McCORMICK- in the navy. May 21. He Spen- and enlisted i is to report CATHOLICS AT CHAS, WINTERS, BANCROFT IN LAltOTANS, WED FLAGSERVICEFOR5D YEARS com Dcoring hay baler' on'rubber, j ^S a^nua'l ^chooT'tnd" Ska 2 ^ ^-^^^^^^^o^^n ' 14p34-35 school grounds next week Friday. Bancroft. May 13 — St John's Catholic- church held a flag and Lakota, May 13—Mr. and Mrs Charles) Winter celebrated their . ssr°ffr.s3r is?fc£ Is? z&r-ssz; xs. Dorothy Klinksiek, Florence Swartz, Jean Henricksoh, Arleen Troff, William Schmidt, Irvin Brandt,, Arden Lloyd, Orville Beenken, Gilbert Beenken, and John Dontje. Birthday Dinner Serred— Mrs. August Sprank entertained Sunday in honor of Mr. Sprank's birthday, and the guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Schiltz Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz, and Peter Schiltz. all of Bancroft Birthday Surprise Party— Neighboring women took Mrs August Sprank by surprise on ler birthday Saturday. Guests furnished lunch. Other Ledyard News. The J. H. Welfares entertained Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bonnicksen Mr. and Mrs. Milford Christenson, daughter Jacqueline,.Mildred Wilberg, all of Ringsted, and El- day, and returned Saturday, accompanied by Dorothy Ann Cody, who attends Augustana academy there an d will be at home for the summer. The A. k Speths attended a family gathering Sunday at Wil- don Bonnicksen, Tex., Sunday. Camp Bowie, o'clock. The Amer- i day, MJry 5 flag was placed at the Charles 'winter REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars —Ben Studer, Wesley. Other Burt, News. .Phyllis McBride spent the week-end here with her mother Mrs. Kenneth Cook. She stays with her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Bart- Ictt, Sibley. The Bartletts brought her over and went on to Manly - ,, rrc , Tr m • ; 1 to visi t Mr. Bartletfs parents. I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY | The Henry Gottmans visited FOR SALE—1938 CHEVROLET De Luxe 2-door sedan. Priced to sell.—Casey Loss, Burt. 12(2)32lf candidacy for Supervisor from the Third district in the June primaries.—J. C. Skow. 17p32-37 SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT IN Algona. BrigRs & Stratton motor for sale.—See Bob Gilline- 1015 ~ m. rclatives in Mason City Sunday. Mrs. K. J. Smi-th accompanied Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Algona to Cedar Falls Thursday. w'here she Blessed Virgin altar, and the ser- , vice banner containing 45 blue and Emma Ogren, both early pioneers of this vicinity^ were married at the ±™ ™™hun S at St. Joseph's al- home of the bride's tar. The St. John's band gave selections in front of the church before and after services. The flag and banner were blessed and the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament took place. Parents of the boys in service were honored. Babies for Three Couples— Word was received Friday of the arrival of a daughter Thursday at Dr. and Mrs Allen S < h l^^^ *"th her Mu*rph>s, winth«p. Mrs. Mur- daughter Mary Ann. Zelpha Rae Pratt and her 20p35|mar, and Raymond Frost FOR SALE—SEED CORN. Some of that super Indiana Hybrid seed corn, the corn that stands the wind, $2.50 up.—A. C. Car- licle, Whittemore. 22p34-35 came phy is the former Julia Vaske. Mr. and i v - w-**\- WAJ.U.C D psrcnts northwest of town in Ramsey township. Mr. Winter was a well driller, |and they began housekeeping in the house in which they novs live. About 30 years ago they bought j and moved to a farm southwest of town, now occupied by a sori Russell and family. Two years ago they retired and are again living in the house in which they began married life Mr. Winter is the only living charter member of the Presbyterian church, and Mrs. Winter Mrs. Constentine is treasurer of the Aid, a position •ents of a daueh-'shn line U Q I/I „,•«„„ n. . *;_" LARGE RESPONSIBLE INDE- pendent oil company wants to lease service station, well located and fully equipped.—Write to P O-Box 400, Algona. 22(3)35-37 FOR SALE —200 A. WELL IM- proved, known as the Stephen Tjaden farm north of Algona $87.59 per acre. Call or see O B Anderson, Forest City, la or Jelle Tjaden, Woden, la. 30p34-36 FOR SALE—240 A, GOOD farm fair bldgs., Kossuth Co., close to Catholic church and school Price, $20,000; $3,000 down, long time on bal. at 4%.—O B Anderson, Forest City, la. 28p34-35 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 and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. Henry Meier and John Koestler went to Mrs Des INVESTMENT BARGAIN — 80 acres unimproved $5000, half cash, will assign lease. See us for Moines Saturday to spend a few days with their daughters, Ruth Meier and Lorene Carlson Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle took their daughter, Mrs. W. F Gildner, and little son John to their home at Waterloo Sunday. They had spent a week here. •'• L. R. Gordner took his wife and little daughter to Boone Sunday. They went from there ;o Moravia to spend a week with Mr. Gardner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geesman Mrs. William Eddy and son, and Mrs. Ared White and daughter Suzanne spent mothers day at the C. Geesman home. The R. J. Hammerstroms and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgins and ^° n _ Tommy spent Sunday at the home, Donald Hammerstrom Marshalltown. . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond West' " r spem ; s H nd ?y at the home parents, Mr. Westling, Lu The Emil Hasses visited Sunday at the Gus Wojahn home at of Mr. Westling's" and Mrs. Otto Verne. • • f o-- -»»-MtJv-, v_ii_^- uj J.U1 IT-I . — -'-"j«-"*i* jujiiiv; aii long time 4% farm loans. No rod i Emmetsburg. Mr. Haase remain- tape, no commission.—McDonald & Co., phone 125, Algona. p32-35 Hatcheries, tonka - REDUCED: Leghorns, •P^.IU, Leg, pullets, $1890- Heavies, $9.90; Leg. cks., 3 wks , ?4.90; started chicks reduced as much as $2 100. — Hamilton Bancroft and Ti- 27(2)35 KEEP THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much e can prepare the kind you need quickly and at small cost Come in and talk over y problems.—Advance Pub Co We your HYBRID SEED CORN, a small amount of Iowa 939, flats, $5 Our hybrids were growing over seven counties last year- will be growing in nine counties this year.—Lawrence O. Miller, L Vern °. la- 23p3 HYBRID SEED CORN -IOW, dOG, state certified, germ 96' or better; 30G is also called th new improved 939, $4 to $5 bu Wave a few bu. 939 rounds at $3 bixth year growing hybrid seec corn. — M. A. Sorlien, Bode phono 2579. 42p35-3 . FOR SALE OR TRADE-A Ford V-8 2-door sedan, perfect m chanical condition 1942 mo lei hot water heater, mohair cash ions, seat covers, 5 new top grade tires with less than 1,000 mile •on the 26000 miles total mileage on car. Would trade for livestock or up to 2000 bushels outdoor ear corn if in good feeding conditioo —E. L. Gilbert, Algona, la phone 973W. 54p35-36 FOR SALE BY REFEREE—TWO improved, all tillable farms, known as the Heetland estate farms, neVj 25-99-28, one-half SV' 6 *™! 1 ,/ 11 and NW% NEI/2 ^ nd S',2 NW>/4 36-99-28, one and one- half miles south of Lakota, la on main gravel road, close to good creamery, grain, • and live stock market, churches and school. Low taxes.—I. E. Wortman, Lakota 54p35-36 ed there to do some carpenter work. The Clarence Larsens and Harold Nelsons, Waterloo, spent the week-end at the S. M. Peterson home. Mrs. Peterson is very ill Mr. and Mrs. Will McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurray were Sunday visitors at the C. S. Coffin home. Mr and Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daughter Joe Ann spent Sunday at the Mrs. N. H. Griffin home, Armstrong. Mr and Mrs. Walter Hanna and three children, Nora Springs spent Sunday at the Mrs. Maude Hanna home. Mrs. Robert Bunkofske, Lakota, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Long Sr. The U and I circle met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs W R Chafee. ter, born Saturday, May 9, named Anna Marie. Mrs. Schiltz is the former Margaret Wilhelmi. Relatives of the Arnold Hat- tens, Early, received word Friday, of the arrival of a son. Mrs. Hatten and the baby are at a Storm Lake hospital. Mrs. Hatten is the former Walburga Rahe. Bancroft Pair to Wed— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's Catholic church for Calvin Bristow and Shirley Wolf. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Menke, of Pomeroy, spent the week-end at H. B. Menke's and Frank Wilhelmi's. The Sylvan Kramers, Le Vlars, and Leona Kramer, Sioux ity, were at F. J. Kramer's. The ick Gauls, Alton, were with VErs. Gaul's mother, Mrs. Angeline Haupert. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wilhelmi, Ledyard, spent Sunday evening with Mr. Wilhelmi's parents Mr and Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch, St. Paul visited relatives here. Mrs. Paul Mulligan entertained the Alfred Busches and Ted Greens, Ledyard, also Durward Trenary, Fort Dodge, at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kennedy entertained the J. C. Kennedys, of Hutchison, Minn., and A W Kennedys at Sunday dinner The Rev. J. H. Schultes spent last week Monday at Mt. Carmel with his sister, a Mrs. Reinhart ' They have three children, Mrs Jerry Heetland and twin sons Raymond and Russell; all of this vicinity, 13 grandchildren and one great granddaughter. About! 50 relatives and friends called to congratulate them, and they received over 100 cards of congratulations and many presents, Sunday, May 10, a family dinner was-held at the daughter Mrs. Heetland's, with 28 relatives present as a concluding celebration for the event. •Mr- Winter is past 80 years, and Mrsj Winter is 74. Her parents, Mr. ;and Mrs. A. Ogren lived to celebrate their 60th anniversary. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, of Hutchmson, Minn., visited Sunday at Jack McDonald's. Mr. and T ,' X 1 A> Mur ray and Mrs. Jack McDonald left Monday for a few days with the sons at St Paul. Sunday guests at Alfred Ziel- iu :e>s r, were the Ar thur Zielskes, the Richard Zielskes, the Jos. Maynes, Falter Zielske, Eleanor Poppe, the Delmer Andersons, and Elmer Zielskes, Winnebago. The H. D. Maynes visited Sun- iy at the parental Gus Neuen- feldts, Alden. Vance Otley, of Swea City, was at Jack'Lynch's the same day. 'Buddy' Gray, Milford, spent the week-end at the parental Albert Barnes home. Mrs. Twines spent Sunday with her mother at Whittemore. Oscar Warner, Algona, visited Saturday at Asa Warner's. Mrs C. D. Geeder, Bancroft, was a visitor Tuesday at August Sprank s. liam Spoth's near Spencer. Relatives from Waterloo and Jeffers, Minn., were present,^ also Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, near here. The event was in honor of a nephew of A. H. who left Monday for the army. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Schlei and Lucille Weisbrod were dinner guests Sunday at Edw. Weisbrod's. The John Wallaces spent the day at Clifford Wallace's, near Forest City, and other guests there were the Andrew Wallaces, Buffalo Center, and the Earl Wallaces, Burt. Ruth Mae and Ella Kyhl, Mason City, visited over Sunday at the parental Robert Kyhl's, and ding anniversary dinner Sunday were the L. M. Hollorfs, Ceylon, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl. John Wegener attended a wedding anniversary dinns rSunday or Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Clark, Emmetsburg. ' The Forrest Hanlfans were LOST—qOVER FOR WASHING machine in Algona city limits.— Kufus Lfndhorst, phone 16F12 Algona. ! - - ' 12p35 Edw. Halvorson was a Sunday visitor at Chester Johnson's Mr and Mrs. Asa Warner spent the ft Leonard Warner's, Ban- The August Busch family and Mrs. Clarence Darnell, with a son visited Sunday at the Paul uelhaus home. Marjorie Gabel spent the weekend with her sister Jean at Waldorf college, Forest City Mrs. Weber visited Saturday at Vance Otley's, Swea City. Wesleyan Stricken. Wesley, May 14— Mr. and Mrs Jack Sherman, Williams, came faunday to see the former's father, C. J. Sherman, who suffered a stroke one day last week and whose condition is serious. Mae Sherman, Minneapolis, also came to see her father. Sunday evening supper guests at VIervin Priebe's. The George Scims family and Mrs. Robert Votteler Sr. were dinner guests t Ernest Votteler's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod spent the lay at Charles Schemmel's, Swea The Alvin Zumachs, Mr. and Mrs-Otto Ohm were guests at Floyd Torgeson's, Bode, Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Fred Kluss, the Clarence Menz family, the Raymond Zwiefels, Fred Zwiefel Mrs. Rose Hefty, Renwick, with ner sbn Clarence were Sunday guests at Jacob Zwiefel's Marjorie Brown, employed at Mason City, visited over Sunday at the parental Fred Brown's Leona Baago, of the Globe Gazette staff, spent mothers day at the parental Hans Baago's The' Earl Deans . visited Stmbos, Renwick, y Alice Gibbons, Whittemore, visited her sister Phyllis. Mrs. Irene Marilyn, Mr Wthe Mei and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, White-' more, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod Emmetsburg, Hugo Den- Lester, and Florence Weis, e es- brod, Des Moines, were enter- the Ralph and Mary Yager, daughter and Mrs. $17.75 LUSBY & GIOSSI . We Sell War Savings Stamps NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2:00 p m May 29, 1942, for grading and incidental work on thirty-three miles of Local County Roads involving approximately 264,000 cu yds. of earth excavation. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of^ the County Engineer, Algona, E. S. KINSEY, •KIT ,*•,*. County Auditor. May 13, 1942. 35 . 36 Notice! Starting Monday, May 11, the following Grocery stores will comply w lth government regulations of only one delivery to a house a day: Algona Food Market Sorensen Grocery Anderson's Jack Sprat Store There will be two deliyeries in the morning and one deliver, in the afternoon, leaving the stores at 3:30 p.m. What About A&P Low Prices Now that everybody is taking about feat*' 0 f«v ori«es'- Here are Spectators as cleverly concocted as any you have ever seen. A perfect array of glamour-aiding ideas! Don't miss seeing them I $5 . NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Christensen's Shoe Dept. „ " » on f™ , foods ever, day, j us , ag lhey ^^ b ' MB will cortin. to e ,h, be PO SS 1),] C price"! ,, " at <"" after May 7 FOOD STOKES on and on OUR CUSTOMERS SAVE MONEY ^•^M£ Wto ''2 > ^ """' * •*— '» " S customers, so tlmt tX th^ °" roi " >raUl '* «»»'«• Tl«>«> s»Tl»8s to spend (nan they an IB jjjj. " *" m ° re °' eTeI * toot t ° J>a ' you S p end to conduct its <0 °*

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