Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR 5SSSBS5?" BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUAHTON & MILLER Law Offices Phonea: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorneys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. , Algona, Iowa Ins. Phone 261 ANNOUNCES NEW PLAN TO TRAIN IOWA TEACHERS Lauritzen Reveals a System Developed at I. S. T. C. 10SSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA !MBMBaMM^MliMH^^^^^BMMMn*iM«MMi*il^^»MlM>MI«^« HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 VAN NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway E D Kell SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, low L. A. WINKEL County Attorney Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 180 Phone 206 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Algona, Iowa A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bldg. Phone 251 Algona, Iowa MAURICE C. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise bldg. County Supt. A. E. Lauritzen announces that, Kossuth will cooperate with the State Teachers college in a new program for the training of teachers fof the schools. • ' The program requires trainJrig, for four quarters of 12 weeks' each. During the first two 12- week quarters the students will attend classes on the campus of the Teachers college. The student will be enrolled in the college during the third 12-week quarter, but will not be in attendance on the campus, instead will spend the quarter as an apprentice teacher in a rural school m the home county. .Apprentice Objective. This 12-week apprentice quarter will afford the apprentice an opportunity to observe and work with a successful teacher in charge of a rural school who will mmm BANCROFT NEWS The Joseph Moores, Spencer, spent the weekend with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and . Mrs. N. J. Schiltz. Mrs. Catharine Mulligan entertained the Mrs. Paul Mulligan family at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. -Kennedy spent Sunday at Ayrshire at Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Brink's, and were sponsors for a new daughter at at the Brink home who was named Anna May. The W. C. O. F. honored Mrs. Edna McDonald last week Tuesday evening with a farewell party. Cards were played and lunch served. Mrs. McDonald was presented with a gift. ..Mr. and- Mrs. F. J. Welp, with -,the daughter Beth, spent last be known as the senior teacher. The work of the apprentice teacher will be observed by a -epresentative from the college known as the consulting teacher irVii-i tirill n .3_.!~.~ j.1^ _ . . ' , „ „ HQ«* V^.4 J_»ViVIij £ week" Sunday at Iowa City, attending exercises in which the son 'Billy" was graduated from the university. George Hatten. Austin, Minn., spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Mary Hatten. The M. C. Duddings have moved to the house vacated by Mrs. Edna Johnson. Mr. Dudding purchased the property two weeks ago. . The public school junior-senior banquet was held Friday ening in the Baptist basement. The Otto Vaskes spent last Thursday afternoon at Jack Grandjennett's, Algona Mr , s ; A ¥ n M enke, son Duane, and Mrs. Anne Horton spent Friday to Sunday at Seaforth, Minn., visiting Mrs. Menke's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Martin Goche, 'and also v sited relatives at Clements, Minn. MrsJ Joe Rahe, daughters Catharine, Elizabeth, and Mrs. Walter Deitermg, and Deloris Hatten spent Sunday at Arnold Hatten's T!*n«*1** *t IM ** «^li 3 _^. •* m . w • > ~M"-" V »^M»iMMJ' «», XTL1.J1U1U. .llCllldl Oj Early, also called on Mrs. Hatten and a inew son, David Arnold, at a Storb Lake hospital. Mrs. Hatten is another daughter of Mrs. Rahe. Deloris Hatten remained for twb weeks to help out at the Hatten home. Mrs.! A. E. O'Dell, who had been 4 patient at the university hospital, Iowa City, two months, has bden at home since Friday, not much improved. The Vic and J ° h " Hammers, Algona, visited at O'Dell's Sunday. Maxtne and 'Billy' Kennedy, Lorrin Johnson, Vincent Nurre, and 'Billy' Fuchs spent Saturday and Sunday at Ames with Ber- nlc f Kennedy, Tasker Johnson, and Gerald and Richard 'Nurre. Mrs. Allen Carr attended the £} ne l a l °f an aunt, Mrs. Henry £lvidg<i, Gowrie, last week Wednesday and stayed for a visit with a sist 2 r, Mrs. Gus Johnson, till,Sundays Mrs. J. E. Patterson, Longmont, Colo., mother of Mrs /« and Mrs- Johnson and sister of Mrs. Elvidge, was also at Gowrie for the funeral and" Sunday Mr. Carr drove to Gowrie and brought Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Patterson here. Mrs. Patterson is visiting here for a time before returning to her home. advise the apprentice Phone 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 who will eacher. During this 12-week period, the apprentice teacher will also complete a course in rural school methods and management under nstruction of the consulting teacher. Back to College. During the fourth 12-week quarter the student will again attend classes on the campus, and upon successful completion of the course will be eligible for a special rural cate. Since the period teachers state certifi- of apprentice C. H. CRET2MEYER M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DR. SHERMAN MEYER Osteopathic Physician General Practice—Special attention given to rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. DR..HAROLD MEYER Osleopathic Physician General Practice—Special attention given to diseases of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 E. State St Phone 342 DENTISTS — —~ t"—"vij. wj. a^j|ji cilLlLlr teaching will be spent in the student s home county, it is hoped that the student will be able to reside at home and escape the cost of room and board. The college has been authorized to grant each student enrolled a partial amounting to DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theater bldg Phones: Bus. 166, Res. 788. Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Hutchison bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in new Heise bldg Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON- Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones; Office, 59; residence. 859 INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $21,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. LOANS AND INSURANCE TJT™™ Moneys °rth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. Stale Bk. Phone 93 tuition exemption S20 in the fourth quarter, "and this will further materially reduce the cost to the student. Course Trains Teachers. The course has been designed to tram teachers specifically for the rural schools. Each student admitted to the course agrees to teach at least two years in a rural school in Iowa. All work taken in this course will apply towards the requirements of any higher grade of elementary teachers' certificate For instance, any graduate of this course ean attend two more 12- week summer sessions at the college and become eligible for the standard elementary teachers' certificate. H. S. Graduate Eligible. Any graduate of an accredited Iowa high school is eligible for admission to the course, provided he or she has maintaine.d a satisfactory scholarship record Anyone in Kossuth interested in the course may apply to Mr. Lauritzen Students will be admitted to the course upon recommendation of the county superintendent. During the present school year itudents from seven counties were admitted to the course. For:y-nine counties are cooperating n the program for next year and a total of 300 students will be admitted from the 49 cooperating counties. Mr. Lauritzen will meet prospective students and parents desiring further information about the plan at the court room hero at 8 p. m. next Monday. Herman Lensing is Dead in Minnesota KOSSUTH HAS 41 STUDENTS NOWATAMES Ames, May 13— Spring quarter enrollment figures at Iowa State college showed a surprisingly small drop compared to relative declines in other schools, registration figures released here indicate. The total spring quarter enrollment of 5,436 was a decrease of 344 students from the enrollment a year ago. Students attneding from Kos- w £ Ct °™1 ty are: William Taylor, Robert Thompson, Dorothy King, McGuire^ Lu Verne; Charles Kraus, Wesley; Wilma Preston and G. Anderson, Swea City Betty ¥ Dreesman, Daryl Snyder, Jacqueline Callies, Patricia Ball Verdena Boukan, Doris Krantz, Dorothy Peterson, James Andrews, and Clarence Brandt, Titonka. Curtis Ruby , , Ward, Ethelyn Kehre Turner, Meredith Voigt aker - Andrew Mon- Wesley Pupils Win in Poster Contest Wesley, May 20 — In Poppy poster contests conducted by the Legion Auxiliary in the two town schools, Loren Lease and Bernice Johnson won first and second respectively at the public school, and Rose Sluder and Loretta Kirschbaum were winners at the parochial school. Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, and K °se, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, were born November 5,- 13 years ago. AREA WALTHER LEAGUE RALLY AT WEST BEND (Fenton, May 20—Zone 2 of the Iowa-West district, Walther League, had a spring rally at West Bend Sunday, and League societies from Lutheran congregations at Fairville, Fenton, Burt, West Bend, Lu Verne, Livermore, Mallard, and Emmetsburg were represented. Ventura was not represented. Lu Verne only recently joined the International Walther League. After a brief devotional conducted by the Rev. Victor Mack, West Bend, a business meeting was held. President Leo Wehr- spann, West Bend, presiding. Topics were establishment of a boys' Softball league this summer a Choral Union; and a district convention to be held in the Memorial day week-end at the Walther League camp at the Oko- bojis. Election was held: president, the Rev. Mr. ^tack; vice, Bob Blumer, Livermore; secretary, 'Dorothy Dreyer, Fenton; treasurer, Martha Hinrichs, Mallard; members executive board—Carroll Willrett, Fenton, Lester Hintz, Lu Verne, Esther Blumer, Liver- | more, Hulda Gade, Emmetsburg, Delbert Berninghaus, West Bend. Following the business meeting a Softball game was played between the boys of the Lu Verne and Livermore societies. A "Talent Quest" was held in the evening, West Bend winning a pennant for highest percentage of entries. Winners were: oration, Henry, prano Zinnel, West Bend: so....... solo, Lorraine Wi%ettj Fetiton; mixed quartet, WeSt Bend; bar!tone.solo, Delbert Bef* ninghaus, West Bend. A Bible Quiz was also a feature of the Talent Quest. Two Algona Yoiithi Reported at Naval School at Chicago Great Lakes, 111., May 16—Algona, la., added two more citizens to its list of representatives in the navy .When the pair reported here to'the naval training station for training. These men received petty officer ratings, and are now receiving instruction in the fundamentals of seamanship and naval procedure. Following completion of this training they will be ordered to active duty with the U. S. fleet at sea, at a naval station on foreign soil or at a shore station in this country. The Algona rceruits and their naval ratings are: Emmet Clarence Hovey, 28, seaman second class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Hovey; Chas. Homer Lindhorst, 30, carpenter's mate first- class, son of H. Lindhorst. HERE AGAIN Madame Delore For personal interview until Saturday, May 30 only, at MRS. SORENSON'S ROOMS 202 So. Thorington So-Cool v> V)- > .yccUb eigO. , ^.. Uicw jviun- J-hey are seventh graders. Judges Howard Sarchet, all of In the contest were not Auxiliary members. Mrs. Jos. Meurer is Poppy chairman. The posters are displayed in local store windows 60- 69- Thomas Devine, Bernice Kennedy, Arthur Devine, Richard Wurre, Elizabeth Inman, Gerald croft 6 and LCWiS Johnson - Ba n- Arnold Andreason and Russell ^ A S v n> Burt; Evelyn Weber and Alice Hauswirth, CorWith; H. Jensen, Fenton; Robert Powers and J. Arnold McCoy, Lakota Jess Blanchard, Bernard Opn rich and Margaret Genrich, Lone Rock; Arlo Dehnert and Ruth CASH LOANS $25 $50 $100 $200 $250, !OR MORE To pay your bills, taxes, to buy fuel - clothing. Prompt—Courteous—Dependable Service. SPECIAL PAY1&NT PLAN FOE FARMERS Come in — Phone — Write. Kossuth Co. Credit Bureau E. H: Pittman, Mgr. 9i/ 2 North Dodge, Algona, Iowa JOINS MARINES. Frank Strattpn, farmer in Plum Creek township, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stratton, enlisted in the marines some time ago and left from Des Moines Monday evening. He expected to be sent to San Diego. Mrs. Stratton, the former Rita Will, is continuing her job at Sawyer's. VOTERS AND TAX PAYERS ATTENTION "There is no Profit in a County Office" For D. Town See D. PAXSON -— , Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance Insure and Be Sure! Bancroft, May 20—Word was received here Friday of the death °J. Herman Lensing, Greenwalt, Algona, lowal Minn., at a St. Cloud, Minn., h,os- pitay. He was injured in a recent car accident which presumably proved fatal. Mr. Lensing was a former Bancroft resident a brother of Alphons and Henry .Lensing and Mrs. George Fangman, all of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Xensing, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vaske, Mr. and Mrs Frank Fftehle, Mr. and Mrs' Henry Bettering, J. W. Schiltz, Frank Hellman, and Henry Goos- Img the latter of Remsen, left Sunday to attend the funeral which was held at the Catholic church, Greenwalt, Monday that at ' tention " A dime out of every dollar we earn for VICTORY with U.S. WAR BONDS Few things are more precious than the memory of the loved one who has gone. As Memorial Day approaches, let us all give more than a passing thought to those who once meant so much to us, but who are now gone. A visit to the cemetery—a few flowers on the grave—these are the manifestations of our love and reverence for them. Let us not forget, for truly "they live—if you remember!" McCullough's Funeral Chapel Algona, Iowa campaign adver[is"ng, but tels the Du a profit. For the benefit of thl nlfhi? turned into the County ludiSr's^e'porl ° f this ° ff j?e in his - 1S - conducti ng it at Receipts Recording deeds $ 331 75 Real Estate Mortgages 11 G0.60 Recording Chattel Mortgages 1755.95 I'or Releases For Farm Names'!" Duplicate H. & F. Licenses Certified Copies"!!!! Miscellaneous fees _! 630.65 1.00 7.50 5.00 221.70 Expenses. J. J. Dooley $ 1900.00 Imelda Dooley Engesser, deputy 6 months 630.00 Rita Dooley, deputy 6 months 525 . 00 Evelyn A. Dole Thilges, qlerk 5i£ months 41250 Other offfce help ___ 495.90 Postage 8f Box Rent. 171^8 Total Expenses $ 4134.18 Total Receipts ------ $ 4164.15 Hunting and Fishing Licenses --------- $ 6529.75 (This item does not go into the county fund as it is paid to the Fish and Game Department, the county gets no part of it.) of n^l^f^^f^^-W la^r than the expenses in salaries TWENTY SIX TWENTY FIVE AND 39-55) to o into one household This received ^!^-£Z^^ffj£~3S > £rS. ^S^^S^S^y^^S^ Ksz^^js^f^s:^^!^^ proof of his statements glad ^ be corre cted with Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa in Pretty PRINTS These r Wear Coast .work, for and , , that wgB . , derful f ee ii ng ofbe . dressed flattering], °"' 1 right. 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