Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR WANT ADS Waal Ads of all kind* an GASH; no charge accounts. No 'till ordered out' orders. Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent; etc., 2c word.. Minimum 25c. Add lOc for mailing replies to 'blind' ads. 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. BROWN SWISS BULL FOR sale.—Orlan Rutledge, Algona. 8p37 FOR SALE—SORREL WORK mare.—William Zumach, Whit-, temore, la. 12p37 SLEEPING ROOMS BY THE week, $2 and $2.50. Good beds. —Dehnert Hotel. 12(2)37 FOUR-H BOYS, GIRLS GUESTS AT A BANQUET Entertained Here by Commerce Cham- . ber Monday. The Algona Chamber of Commerce sponsored a second annual county 4-H livestock and crops club banquet at 6:30 Monday evening at the school building. Algona high Each member NOTICE—MOORE'S D-X SER- vice will be open from 6:30 a. m, to 9 a. m. Memorial. 12p37 WANTED—WOMAN for housework in the country. — Phone 13F121. Mrs. J. M. Larson. 12p37 EXPERIENCED BOY WANTS work on farm. Can drive tractor.—Donald Asa, Irvington. p37 FOR SALE — BLACK LABRA- dor pups. Six weeks old. — G. E. Hansen, 4 miles s. w. Titonka. 12u37 FOR SALE—1938 CHEVROLET De Luxe 2-door sedan. Priced to sell.—Casey Loss, Burt. 12(2)32tf I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for republican Cresco township clerk.—M. N. Phillips. 12p36-37 FOR RENT — DON WHITE (Henry Field) store building, automatic heat.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 17u37 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk Yorkshire 'boars.—Ben brought a ten cent war savings stamp and the total amounted to almost a bond. Wayne Bjustrom and his "Jive Bombers" played; M. A. Aas> gaard, Lake Mills, gave a magician act; Perry Collins and William C. Dau showed movies, "Mickey the Medicine Man," and "Winning Baseball"; and 'Albert Schipull, president of the county fair spoke briefly on the fair. Wins Defense Bond. Wilbur Merriam, Lu Verne, won a defense bond as prize in an amateur stunt contest in which he imitated Hitler. The lOc contributions for the war savings stamps were used towards buying the bond. "Phillie" Merriam, James Blumer, Larry Coyne, Robert Kinch, John Norris, Bob Detrich, and Kenneth Wagner won prizes given by John Dreesman, of the Algona Produce Co., Swift & Co., Dutton & Leffert, of the Algona Flour & Feed Co., J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent local manager, W. A. Hall, manager of the local McCormick-Deering store, and the Pioneer company. Mrs. F. L. Thorpe Serves. C. A. Phillips, -Chamber Reelected L.QQNLAN55 will not need a *» second plane* to identify this picture of the Rev. Jos. H. Edge, D. D., though it is now five years since he left Algona. The occasion for the picture is the news that he has just been elected for another fire-rear term as president of Dakota ' Wesleyan university, the Methodist educational institution Mitchell, S. D. located at EIGHTY-SEVEN GRADUATED BY ALGONA A.H.S, The second largest class to graduate in 58 years from the Algona high school received diplomas last Thursday evening at commencement exercises held in KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA IIGKNESSHITS FAMILY OF AN EX-S.C.PASTOR Swea City, May 27—Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Siemens, formerly here, now of Spencer, learn that the family has had more than its share of sickness during the past three weeks. On May 2, the elaest son. Jimmy, was stricken with an illness at first thought to be appendicitis, but after observation and treatment at a Spencer hospital, he was found to have an infection of the bowels. He recovered satisfactorily after several days. His brother David was suffering from influenza at the time, and within a few days the two-year-old sister Eunice fell ill with heart trouble. Doctors advised that Eunice be taken to Rochester or Iowa City for diagnosis and treatment; however, she recovered sufficiently, and it was decided to postpone consulting further medical advice. The Siemens family moved to Spencer eight years ago, after living here six years. Er-Swea Cityan is Sick- Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. A. M, McAninch Saturday that their son, the Rev. Clifford McAninch, North Platte, Neb., was sick. He, his wife, and baby had been at Stockton, 111., at the bedside of his father-in-law, S. T. Evans, former Sw^a Cityan critically sick there. Mr. McAninch took sick there, but was able to make the journey home. However, he grew worse on reaching home, and at last reports was painfully sick. 'His affliction is some type of kidney ailment. Ex-S. C. Coach to Wed— Thursdav PVPnin?" at I T Of interest to ™any in north ™nt «v«rni«= h M • > Kossuth is news of the approach- ment exercises held m :: • /T .. ,s rt , ™ Studer, Wesley. uuiiimeiitemeiiL e.\.eii;ises auiu ill jnf rmrrinirn fTnna 141 V* trim. the auditorium of the high school! ^^v^awlev Laurent to SW^SSaTSSS-S: i^a^S IS '^ total numhpr nf A w <5 cn-ar!,, ; ^ on ' m ann, athletic director in ^. lllcl , c «:„ = ».„ a .m ,a, ™>~ £"f?$Z O % A ' iaVLj^, = ' the Laurens schools, held similar Meade, county club agent, were ^ s £.$££* 1^1939 with ?VP« i P° sitions her * «>d at Bancroft for of ceremonies, and the vnans ^aduated m 1939 with even a number of yearg _ of Commerce secretary, and Fay I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY oeemoene nn 14(2)14tf Rcv . Eugene Nelson offered the! 10 ? m . em ^ e ™- , rt , . I Lucia Wallace, of the class of 1885, was present, and a telegram Small Baby Has Measles — Baby Gene, infant son of the •••"j" j.^ -rm.mwuii^,^ ivl - 1 - ! served bv Mrs F I Thnrnp > *ooj, was piubem, ana a telegram i Baby Gene infant son of the candidacy for Supervisor from | se ™ e Dy M . rs ; *'. u lnor P°- ; was read by Richard Ditsworth, ! Rev and Mrs S E AnHprsnn e Third district in the June The committee in charge of the , president of'the class, from Wil- i'h^s the meS's At this writing imaries.-J. C. Skow. 17p32-37 P™c onsi.tcd of An on d R ^ , has ^measles. AMhuvmting the primaries. Johnson, Fred Shilts, Paul Lind- LOST SATURDAY — SMALL holm, Robert Williams, Carol girl's all wool navy blue sweat-1 Johnson, and Eugene Hutchins. er somewhere between postoffice Song leaders were Joel Herbst, J. and East North St.. Phone 617. R. Woodmansee, Robert McCul- who congratulated this year's \ class. Mr. Jones was graduated ' in 1889. condition, is satisfactory. Other Swea City. The J_ohn Frakes family, Ida Ann Jensen directed the high Grove^ were in town Friday'visit- nool band in two selections fnl- ir,n ^ n ii«;., nr . ««j i__i_: . _u 18U37 lough. Alf KrcsenskyT and57 C. £wing invocTtionVsthTeTvE ^ r , elativTeS , &nd lookin g "P ** —— ID. Schaap. ^^c"" 0 ^?^^^!^ 6 ^ P™**. John, a son of the late FOR SALE BJUSTROM r>i I &Cnaap ' i K - Nelson - P astor of the First JP Frakes lived here rn-mv aeonal Street Grocerb^in^s' The Algona creamery donated j Lutheran church, and a high years ' ' Y and ™rlv™t hn^7 n^!^ i milk and cottage cheese, the Al-! school mixed chorus sang two se- Y Mr S . Andrew Van AUHno Tid- gona Bottlin S Works -Sec Joel M Herbst Real s ' ' ona on S ors S™e -p tale an j and pop ' and the A1 S° na Flower late an 7-Up l lections, Jordan Johnson direct- tale and Ins late and ins. FOR SALE—1938 OLDS coupe, good condition, radio, heater, new battery, good tires, a fine running car for anyone. — See Joel M. Herbst. 20u37 7nS7 ' I7u37 c]ub decorated the tables ing. 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 MORT-O-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 — 25 PUREBRED yearling Hereford bulls, own raising. Domino breeding, high quality. Priced right.—On farm 1% miles southeast Rodman, C. M. Haas. 23u3G-37 FOR SALE—SOY BEANS—Germination good, also good yield- ers. Much better than Mukden for hay. Only 125 bu. lot. Placed with Rising elevator.—E. L. Gilbert. 31p37 FOR SALE, TOMATO PLANTS —Rutgers, Redheads, Scarlet Slicers, and Marglobe. Grown from certified seed.—Schemmels Gardens, 3 blks. west Kossuth Hospital. 18p37 SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES on largo, husky started chicks. Sale prices on baby chicks Friday and Saturday only, phone 589.— ' Save tires, Mrs. Emma Olson, of Union Twp., is 90 Yrs. Old Today Union Twp., May 27—A nonagenarian of Union township, Mrs. Emma Olson, celebrated her 90th birthday anniversary this week Thursday. She is the mother of Mrs. F. S. Thompson here and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert Sr., Algona. There are three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The grandchildren are Ignatius Wernert, Mrs. Robert Leason, and Stuart Thompson; the great-grandchildren, the two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, Union, and Alice Wernert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Olson is a native of Oslo, Norway. She married John Olson in 1904, and they lived on Oak street, Algona, till Mr. Olson's death in 1923. She has made her home with her daughter here ever since. Rural Teachers at Lu Verne Get Bonus Lu Verne, May 27 — Four schools in Lu Verne township held a joint picnic at the park, Lu Verne, Friday. They were the schools in Dists. 2, 4, 5, and 8. After picnic lunch, Albert Schi- ery, west of fairgrounds. ROUTING~FROM~MY~PLACE on the east edge of Algona. Iowa, the 6-year-old mammoth Jack, Duke the 2nd, owned by John T. McGuire. Anyone desir- Jack phone 32p37 iiitjj Hatch-i pu11 ' P resident of the board, pre- ing service of this 791.—C. L. McVay. DO YOU NEED OFFICE forms? sented the following teachers with bonus checks: Lorraine Stith, Jean Baumeister, Berdie Schulz, and Esther Seefeld. As he presented the checks Mr. Schipull. explained that the directors had voted to give the teachers a ^55 a month bonus to make up for a deficiency in wages after contracts were signed last fall. The rest of the after- Mrs. Andrew Van Alstine, Foxboro, Wis., is expected here this _,. • • , jj • week for visits with the former's The principal address was giv- | aunts, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck and en by Prof. J. P. Ryan, head of Mrs. William Barger. the speech department of Grin- —— . nell college. His subject was JOB PRINTING — DON'T BE "Schools in the War." A high j satisfied with stock forms that school male quartet sang, menf- j do not fit your business. Let us bers of the quartet being Burns print forms suited to your needs. Nugent, Owen Nichols, Richard —Advance Pub. Co. Ditsworth, and Calvin Wadleigh. Dr. L. C. Nugent, president of the board of education, and Supt. O. B. Laing distributed the diplomas, and the Rev. F. C. Volzke pronounced the benediction. There were some 1,000 persons in attendance, every seat in the auditorium being filled. * Baby Succumbs to Pneumonia Attack Seneca, May 27—Funeral services were held at the Winnebago Lutheran church north of Mason City last week Tuesday for Robert Dwane, 4-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Charlston | (Gladys Thompson), who died i Sunday, May 17, of pneumonia. I The child had not been well since birth. Interment was made in! the Winnebago church cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Heath, pastor, officiating. Senecans attending were the Kenneth Thompsons, Mrs. Anna Osborn, and Mrs. Jennie Jensen. PAIR SCHOBY COWS MAKEJNGRECORDS Brattieboro, Vt.,.May 21-Coft- tributiiig her part to national defense is Tfitomia Skylark Johanna, a purebred Holstein cow owned by C. R. Schoby, south of Algona. She produced 6,227 quarts of milk this past year and 475 pounds of butterfat. Mr. Schoby states that "Johanna" was milked three times daily, and that her production for the entire period was supervised by Iowa State college and the Holstein- Friesian Association of America. Kew Pea Josie Watson, a registered Holstein cow in the Schoby herd, has completed a record of 12,861 pounds of milk and 465 pounds of butterfat, which far exceeds the average of the dairy cows in the nation, according to the Holstein - Friesian association, which writes: "Josle was milked three times a day during her record-making lactation which began when she was nine years four months of age. This record also was made under supervision of the State college and the Holstein-Friesian association. North End Girl is ' a College Vocalist William Penn college, Oskaloosa, May 25—Kathleen Reece, whose home is near Ledyard, a sophomore at William Penn, was recently a featured vocalist at a special recital at the college memorial chapel. A student of Mrs. Marion Nagler, of the Penn voice department, Miss Reece gave classic and light-classic selections. She was accompanied by Mrs. Nagler and Carolyn Zelliot, 1 Des Moines freshman. > ^ Lotts Creek Pastor to Hospital in S. D. Lotts Creek, May 27—The Rev. and Mrs. Ernst Fiene accompanied the Rev. W. H. Discher, Whittemore, to Canistota, S. D., Monday, and the Rev. and Mrs. Fiene lemained there to take treatment at a hospital. George Schultz, Whittemore, accompanied the party as far as Marion, S. D. Mr. Discher and Mr. Schultz returned the eame evening. SOLDIER LEAVING. Irvington, May 27 — Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sabin had a telephone call Sunday morning from the son Harold, Camp Wolters, Tex., who said he was leaving immediately for an unknown destination. LOTTS GREEK SCHOOL WILL HOLD PICNIC Lotts Creek. May 57—the Annual end-of-the-year picnic of the Lotts Creek parochial school will take place Sunday under dl- 1 rection of Wm. Schmiel, teacher, and the program follows: Welcome, Doris Meyer; America; Watch, America, Kathryn Reisner; Bud's Wish, Gerald 1 ! Kuecker; Drifting and Dreaming, song; Recipe for Perfect Day, Lorna Kressin; The Perfect Day, Harold Opheim; O How Lovely is the Evening, song; My Choice, Ruth Zumach; Doodle, Howard Krause; On We Are Floating, song. ' Vacation, Eugene Furstenau; All the Birds Are Here, song; Sneeze and Cough, Willis Kucek- er; Daffodils, song; Wanderlust, Robert Meine; Grandma, Wayne Boettcher;-. tonettes—(a) Jolly Pipers, (b) Lullaby, (c) Armaril- lis; What Matters? Wm. Faulstich; Dollars and Cents, Ins Kressin; Old Pup Dog, Primary Grades; Zany Zoo, Ruth Fuer- stenauf Lullaby, song. The Inventor, Willis Wetzel; Between Friends, Betty Gengler; tonettes — (a) Turkey in the, Straw, (b) Findlandia, (c) Hopscotch; Feminine Bravery, Amos Meyer, Kathleen Rusch, Vcrdell Boettcher, Caroline Hintz, Anita Luedtke, and Kathryri Reisner. Taps, song; Our Flag, Victor Dreyer; Star-Spangled Banner, song .audience join in last stanza). . ' ARM IS BROKEN. " Irvington, May 27—Mrs. Geo- Marshall has a broken right arm, suffered in a fall down stairs at Carl Seip,'s early last week. The injury was thought at first to be a sprain, for the bones seemed in place, but in a few days the break became apparent, and it is reported to have been in the elbow. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH May 23—Mrs. Geo. Ama, St. Benedict, surgical; Mrs. Arthur Klein, Sexton, girl. May 25—Mrs. S. A. Decker, Lone Rock, surgical. GENERAL May 26—Mrs. Edw. Hopkins, Algona, medical; Mrs. Anna Hanna, Woden, surgical. NEW HOTEL CLERK. Lu Verne, May 27—Edw. Allen spent the weekend, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. | He had been working as a hotel clerk at Clarinda, but had been transferred to Algona. Don't struggle along with out-] noon -was spent at visiting and moded and inconvenient forms roller-skating. It was decided to when new ones cost so little, have another township We'll be glad to figure costs—offer Co. suggestions.—Advance Pub CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to express our thanks and appreciation to neighbors and friends and to the members of the fire departments for the help they gave at the fire at our farm home Sunday.—Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa, L. E. Krantz. p37 ARE YOU EXPERIENCED IN retail merchandising and in search of a bigger opportunity? We want men between 25 and 35 who are on their way up in business and now employed as merchandising executives, buyers, assistant buyers, managers, or assistant managers in retail department or chain stores with a record of' personal accomplishments. We are a progressive nation-wide organization operating over 600 retail department stores and have real opportunity to offer. We can start you in training at no sacrifice in salary. In reply give address and phone number, age, education, family responsibilities, nationality, complete work history,- length of time in each position, and present salary. You may give present employer because all replies will be treated in strict confidence. Personal interviews arranged for selected applicants. Manager F. L. Duffey, Business Phone 1495, Res. Phone 475.— MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., Spencer, Iowa. 141(2)37 next year. picnic Sailor Comes Home; Soldiers Overseas ? • Union Twp., May 27 — Gene, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Broderson, who enlisted in the navy last December 1, is home on furlough. He has been convoying and transporting supplies to Iceland. James Elmore, son of the Mark Elmores, hasn't been heard from for five weeks. He was stationed at Camp Roberts, but is believed now to be on his way overseas. "Bill" Dearchs, who was also at Camp Roberts, hasn't been heard from recently either. Union Boy is to Be Navy Petty Officer Union Twp., May 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, with the daughter Mrs. A. W. Dodge, drove Lindsley, Fort to Minneapolis Sunday to visit. the son Bernard who is taking a four months electrical course there. He is fireman, third class, in the navy, but when the course is completed he will be a third class petty officer; Bernard is very much taken up with navy life. There are . 100 men housed in the campus dormitories. The group he is with is at Pioneer" hall. FOR SALE—SOW WITH PIGS. —Charles Egel, Irvington. 7u37 Arthur J. Secor Republican Candidate for State Secretary of Agriculture. Keosauqua, Van Buren Co. A builder of better Iowa Agriculture with oustanding record of public service. IDEAL GIFT FOR YOUR SOLDIER OR SAILOR tke mm UIORID HlflR" Sacrifice Sale of one-month-old BABY CHICKS $13.90 per 100 while they last Heavy and light breeds Hamilton Hatchery Bancroft —Buy Defense Bonds— 100 PAGES for waf'recordtf treasured mttm-t . Sturdy'.*? This handsome book will help your . boy keep a precious record of his part in history. Places for each step in his "great adventure," from day induction to date of discharge.' .What happens in camps and over- 'seas. Ready reference to pre-war ^connections 'and possessions. .";"A iVconstant companion through the »iWar,.. a treasureof memories after ? nhe job is done.T —*'• * .1 - ' - — ' * Lusby&Giossi Algona, Iowa Vote for MARKG. THORNBERG 1 for the REPUBLICAN NOMINATION for u. s. SENATOR A PROVEN FRIEND OF IOWA FARMERS This advertisement paid for by friends of Mark Thornberg MEWVILLE FOB" CONSTABLE Bccnnse of being ortt of town I wns not all fdr the republican nomination for constable 0 /* '"* candidate and wjli appreciate youjr writing »*• name on the ballot In Algona. ? n ty One glass is more convincing than one thousand words. Aluifyi Vmim-mMlt BLATZ BREWINO CO., MILWAUKEE In full 12-02. Md 8 . M Hub-sue Bottles MOST Read Why You'll Find Low Ceiling Prices at A & pi \ FIRST-WHAT IS A CEILING PRICE? A store's cdJ »ng price on any item covered by the regulation is the mr» EST PRICE charged by that particular store for that DURING MARCH 1942. nal ' SECOND—WHY CEILING PRICES ARE NOT THE I SAME IN ALL STORES. The regulations clearly sii ' EACH STORE MUST ESTABLISH ITS OWN PRICE L INGS. As example, if store X charges 17c for Jones biaS I tomatoes in March and store Y 15c for the same article diir. ing March, then X can charge no higher than 17c—and'Yna higher than 15c. WHY A&P CEILING PRICES ARE LOW. Because even A&P price has been a very low price month after month, curl ceiling prices are naturally very low. For years we've wagtd war on needless waste in distributing foods—cut out unn* essary expense—eliminated frills. And the savings mad» have been shared with our customers by giving them low prices. The new ceiling price regulations will not alter in 1 any way our policy of bringing you the finest foods the mai- kets afford at our lowest possible prices. Come in iodatf Save! ' ' Your Food Stamps Go Farther at A&P! Buy Starred Items * With Blue Food Stamps! FRUITS AND VEGETABLES HOURS FRESHER 7 ! Packed with vitamins and Minerals! *ONIONS Size <iO Head Texns Mew Whit* vitamin^ C+ . . 4, 25cl *l FTTIIPF vitamin s A+ BI+ 9 pg fi | ^LCI lUtC C++ G+ . . . .t headsMfcl *CABBAGE 3 . Vitamins B1+ C+ + TOMATOES . . . lb. 18C Vitamins A++ B1+ C + + Calif. New 10 ^POTATOES . Ibs. Vitamins B1+ C + Size 300 LEMONS . . . . doz. Vitamins C+ + Calif. Size 252 M •^'ORANGES . doz."" Vitamins B1+ C++ Sice 80 Florida •frGR'FRUIT "* for' Vitamins Bl- Key to Vitamins: ++Excellent Source, + Good Source. Famous Popcorn Confesiion Buy War Savings Stamps! Available at All A&P FOOD STORES! fVAP. MILK ™se Accepted by Amer. Medical Assn. CRACKERJAM O pkgs. cans 22( b" 1 lona *FLOURl . . bag Pillsbury's 24'/ z -lb. *FLOUR ... bag Navy 4-lb. *PEA BEANS bag 75c • W** Pinto *BEANS 3-lb. Ann Page Salad DRESSING , Ann Page Sandwich SPREAD . . . Ann Page Peanut BUTTER . . Ann Page Cream Style MUSTARD . Pt. .j«' 1-lb.l . j«' MARVEL Enriched DDE A It 1 Sliced DlfCAV Contains Vitamins Bl and Iron. Iowa State Brand' *BUTTER . . . lb. From Nearby Farms Creamed Coitaga CHEESE..... l do,. 31c lOc American Loaf Processed Cheese . 2-lb. MEL-O-BIT . . loaf Ann Page PRESERVES DO'NUTS SHRED. DIES . BEVERAGES Ann Page l-. lb ' 1] GRAPE JELLY JW* Sultana Peanut 2-lb.j BUTTER . Water Pack .j Thompson N 0> *iJ BL'KBERRIES ca? * Heart's Delight Freestone No. • PEACHES - «" Sultana . , h , Fruit '•"' COCKTAIL Hires Root Beer EXTRACT. 7-oz. pkg. CHEERIOATS • • Yukon Club A «*3J; ._ Assorted , . ** b° ttles Just Out! June Woman's Day—o nl * 2-lb. jar Sic Jane Parker Sugared or Plain - . do*. can 1

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