PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY AD\ <\.NCE, ALGONA, IOWA WE HAVE KEPT OUR MOUTHS SHUT .Tiisl 1o soo ivhnt would linppon wo <H<1 not advertise our now iicriuniicnt loy linspinent, lint tin ml reds of hiijers saw and bong'lH loys, so this will now tell the rosl ol' joii who liav'p nol henrd of or seen the fine new set-up we have for toys. K is oiir intention to keep this for an all the year'round display. Toys 1his year are hetter than last year and prices not so hiirh. Our stoelt is most com-, plele and new (roods, of course, are arriving freiniently, so to keep up yon should visi( tis often. H is not our Intention to tell you to Imy noiv for Christmas, lint that's an idea, ll 1 you so wish we \vill lay away with a deposit down. Anyway, look us over, it's worth the time. The Algona Hardware THREE SERVICE MEN GUESTS AT A SWEA DINNER Swea-Eagle, Aug. 21—Mi', and Mrs. Emil Larson hnve had ns dinner guests three service men who had furloughs at the same time. One guest was Second Lt. Franklin M. ('Zip') Koons, who. ! with his wife, arrived last week 1 Monday, from San Luis, Obispo, Calif. Mrs. Koons was also at dinner. After his furlough lieutenant will return to CISCO. the the Announcements Algona Public Schools ... 1. School opens, grades kindergarten to 12 inclusive, on Monday, September 4th. P,:30 a m. junior-senior high school; fl:0(> n. m. elementary grades, kindergarten will run. half-clay sessions starting Tuesday, September 5th. Enrollment Monday morning, September 4th. 2. Districts for elementary grades—by huilclins's: A. Third Ward—all children, grades one to six inclusive, who live east, of North Woostcr or east of South Phillips. B. Bryant: 1. All children, grades two to six inclusive, who live west or south of the above dividing line set for Third Ward. 2. All children, grade one, who live north of a line from West McGregor to Thorington to State and west of North Wooster. 3. All children (Gr. 1-fi) living beyond city limits enroll at Bryant unless otherwise directed. C. First Grade, High School Building, Room 146. All children who live south of above line designated for Bryant first grade. D. Kindergarten, High School Building, Room 145. 3. Dale of Enrollment: A. For seventh grade students (or eighth grade not previously enrolled in local schools) at High School Building on Saturday morning, September 2nd at 9 a. m., junior study hall. B. For rural ninth grade students at High School Building on Monday, August 2f!th at !!:00 p. m., High School Auditorium. C. Enrollment for new high school students (grades 9 to 12) not previously enrolled in local schools at High School Principal's office, week beginning Monday, August 2!!lh, preferably Monday or Tuesday. D. Enrollment for new elementary school students (grades 1 to G) not previously enrolled in locnl schools at Superintendent's office, week of Monday, August 28th, preferably Monday or Tuesday 4. Afire Requirements: A. For kindergarten—must be five years old on or before Dec. 15, 1944. B. For first grade—must be six years old on or before Dec 15, 1944 5. Second-Hand Book Exchange: A. For books used Grades 9-12—turn in books for re-sale at Superintendent's office week of Monday, August 2P,th. B. For books used Grades 7 and f)—turn in books for re-sale at junior study hall—Saturday A. M., September 2nd. C. For books used in Grades 1-0—turn in books for re-sale at Bryant office Monday a. m., September 4th 6. Traffic Stop Sifrns: Stop signs during opening and closing school hours will be placed at the following street intersections: State and Dodge (Iowa Stale Bank corner); Cnl] and Dodge (Greenberg corner); Jones and North (on Highway 1(19); Elm and Phillips (first corner west of Third Ward Building); Elm and Diagonal (Ice Cream Factory corner); Each corner of high school block. 7. Office Hours: Superintendent's office in High School Building—Daily from 3:10 to 12 a. m. and 1:00 to 4:45 p. m. Telephone 295. OTTO B. LAING, Superintendent. California, but his wife will remain here. Another guest was Capt. Merlin D. Larson, who was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Larson. He was returned to the States early in summer, after 22 months of service with bomber commands in England and North Africa. Captain Larson recently finished advanced training in B-29 operation at. Laredo, Tex., and Tampa. Fla.. and after a 21-day furlough will be assigned to inspection service on B-29's at Pensacola, Fla. Third service guest was Francis Scvold, C. M. 1-c., who was accompanied by his wife and son Jimmy. Sevold is stationed at Baca Chica, Fla. Mrs. Anna Larson, Sylvia Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Larson, Mrs. Koons, Mrs. Sevold, and Miss Anderson are cousins, and Emil Larson an uncle, of: Capt. Merlin Larson. Two Depart for Southwest— Eugene Hanson ;md Keith Anderson left last Thursday for Las Vegas. Nev., to virit a sist'jr oi Keith who lives there. Eugene will go on to try to locate his brother Lawrence who is in Navy training near San Fran- Meets a New Grandgirl—• Mrs. George Doocy returned last Thursday from a short trip to get acquainted with a granddaughter born recently to her son and his wife Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Doocy, Minneapolis. Recovers From Appendectomy— Gene, son of Dettmer Thompson, has recovered from an appendix operation at the Estherville hospital and is at home. Other S wen-Eagle. Lowell D. Larson, who left Algona Monday, Aug. 14, for Fort Snelling, was inducted into the army last week Wednesday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, met him at Elmore Saturday evening, and he was at home over night, returned Sunday to Fort Snelling. Early next morning he telephoned that he and others were to be shipped out that forenoon, destination unknown. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, with the son Vernon, were Sunday visitors at the daughter Mrs.-Arden Hovey's, Lone Rock. The Stewarts, Moline, 111., left Monday, after a week with Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tish. Sam Gibson has been sick of late, and his doctors fear he may have inalta fever. , twin dnufililers, Fnnch.on . and day, but left therc.Monday morn- ^austine, spent last Thursday at in c for Des Moines. She drove r~- T*_JUr.UrJ'c z>i6 l inr Mrs. Kc Map of the State Shows G.O.P. Vote Monday's D. M. Register carried a state map showing the percentage .by which each county's republican vote differed from from the state percentage average. In approximately half o: the counties the percentages were higher than the state average, in the other half, lower Kossulh was among the counties in which the percentage was lower, the figure being 8.68 per cent THIS WEEK'S LOCAL NEWS IN LAKOTA AND VICINITY The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. i Buschman returned Saturday from their vacation, but left Sunday for Lytton. where Mr. Buschman assisted in installation of a new Presbyterian minister. A family gathering was held Sunday at Jerry Hectland's in celebration of Joan Heetland's birthday, and in honor of Mrs. Larry Stafford, Indianapolis. Other guests were Mr. and Mi's. C. A. Winter, Mr. and Airs. Elmer Paulson, Mrs. Anna Paulson, the Vernon Smiths, the Russell and Raymond Winters, and Mrs. Anna Ogren, all of Lakota or t'he vicinity. Mejyin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee xSlson, is spending a ten-day furlough with the home folks. to take the boy home in time for school. Wave M a x i n e McCarthy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alber McCarthy, southwest of town, i visiting her parents. She is sta tionocl at South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Earl Ogren, Lakota, anc her sister, Mrs. Johnson, of Ban croft, left one day last week fo: Virginia to visit their brother Peter Reiter, in service there. Mrs. Bertha Dirkson, Truman Minn., was here part of last week on a business mission, also visit- 'a sifter Mrs. Edw. Ihrist's. The William. BOehtns spent Sunday afcrystal Lake, where they had a picnic dinner ( Wim other blacksmiths and families. Mrs I. E. Wortman is still at Rochester with her sister, Mrs. Ewing, Webster City, who is in a hospital there.. I. E...and the son Don are meanwhile "eating at Jerry Heetland's. Dr. W. P. Pelz drove to Clear Lake Sunday to bring home Mrs. Pelz and the two sons, who had been vacationing . there two \veeks. Arend Hans and his driver came home Saturday from a week at Austin and Owatonna, Minn. Arend's pacer, Palsy Brewer, was entered in races at both places. At Austin she won | three fourth-place ratings, two of them in 2:10, one in 2:12. At Owatonna she won a third place rating in 2:08 '/i .time. Mr. Insko, Lu Verne, Was driver. Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Des Moines, spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, and friends here and at Swea City, also looking after business affairs at both places. She has been helping care for her sister, Mrs. F. G. Torine, near Algona, and went back there Satur- her car up, and W. D,, Ley accompanied her to Des Mbines on a business trip and to help with the driving. Gerald, son O f ..„ Henry Swalve, had •> for appendicitis an Mrsl hospital one da ".V lost Production Workers URGENTLY NEEDED AT Iowa Ordinance Plant MEN 18 TO 60 AND WOMEN 18 TO 55 are offered every inducement including increased wag c JHELP US CONTINUE SUPPLYING OUR ARMED FORCES WITH THE AMMUNITION SO ESSENTIAL TO VICTORY Representatives will be at the U. S. Employment Servi™ m fice of the War Manpower Commission Fort Dodqo fnr • i views arid hiring- 9 ° for mlc 'MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AUGUST 28, 29, JJO, and 31 Hiring Must Conform to W. M. C. Regulations Iowa Ordnance Plant Day 8t Zimmerman, Inc., Operators Burlington, Iowa ing. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hertzke, daughter .Janice, and Mrs. Ray Herfeke drove t6'Fort Dodge'iast : Thursday, and Janice's tonsils Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Daniels, v»-ere removed at the Lutheran with three children, left Friday I hospital there, for Des Moines to visit Ruby, a I Mrs. Larry Stafford spent last daughter attending a beauty i Thursday and Friday with Mr. school, and a brother of Mr. Dan-1 and Mrs. Warren Smith, Hum- iels over the weekend. Ralph Powers, New York state, bolclt. The Don Sticklers spent last arrived last week Monday to visit week at Osceola. Both Mr. and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen ! Mrs. Stickler's parents live there. Powers. His young son Michael I Don is a mechanic at the Ley had been visiting his grandparents two months, and Ralph came garage here. Mrs. George Heetland and her Twelve Points ToR emember . They Cost So Little ! They Are Worth So Much ! 1. You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. 2. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. 3. You can't help small men by tearing down big men. 4. You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. 5. You cannot lift the wage-earner by pulling down the wage payer. G. You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than your income. 7. You cannot further the brotherhood of men by inciting class hatred. 8. You cannot establish sound security by borrowing money, unless you use it wisely. 9. You cannot build character and courage by taking man's initiative- and independence. 10. You cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves. 11. You can and should own your own home. 12. You can secure the help you may require through the Iowa State Bank Ralph Miller, President Harold GiJmure, Cashier Roy McMahon, Ass't Cashier M • &•••»••••••••••••••••••••> ScUl Cell's l avz f YOUR CHILDREN NEED SHOES THAT LAST Send Them Back (o School Equipped With Our Sturdy, High Quality Brownbilt Shoes. Small Boys and Big Boys Buster Brown Shoes and Oxfords In all widths and lengths. Moccasin toes, harrow toes and round toes. Including a shark skin tip, non-scull toe. Most of these styles have an unusually good wearing leather sole. Get yours while we have a large selection. BROWN bij* SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA Even if you don't know just what books you'll need for the coming school year, get your sundries now — and save time later. At JAMES' DRUG STORE Loose Leaf Paper Ruled 5c and lOc Loose Leaf Notebooks 2 Rinff and 3 Ring 35c Spiral Notebooks Pencils Crayolas Ink Rulers Official Dealer in Rural School Books AH Required Texts Please Be Patient With Our School Book Service We Will Do Our Best to Help You K. D. JAMES THE REXALL STORE THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE Of YOUR FEET An Invitation With the ringing of the school bell not far off, we invite you to come in and let us help you select your school wardrobe. You will find the usual high quality always found at Christensen's as well as that newness and freshness of style and design so in demand by the younger set. SWEATERS ANKLE SOCKS DRESSES SKIRTS "BEANIES" COMPACTS "Algona's Style Center"
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