Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR LUTHERANS AT FENTON GET A NEW PREACHER Installation for the Rev. W. H. Friedrich. .K08SPTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA .TUESDAY, MAY Future Plans of Seniors Are Complicated by War WANTS The Rev. W. H. Friedrich, who came from Coon Rapids to Fenton Friday, was inslallecl as pastor of £•1.. John's Lutheran church, Fen- Ion, Sunday. The Rev. A. F. Olio, Lolls Creek, who had served the con- grcgalion as supply pastor since last July, preached and read the riles of inslaHation. Choosing Mark 16:15 and 1 as his text, Most of the boys in 'the senior , class l.nticipate military service, but have plans for after the war. Members of the class who have | plans at present include for the ' j'boys: Dick Allen has passed his ! prysical examination for the 1 navy; Tom Beardsley is working for Modern Dry ClcAaners, will attend law School later; Loren Bell was inducted into the army two teach a rural school. i Roger Burgess is working at Algona greenhouse, college later; I Jim Burns is working at JIJCK Spratt store, college after the war; Robert Devine, Slate Teach-; ers college in September lo slucly coaching; Robert Fucrlenau, Don Krause, Kermit Kueckcr, Vcrlc Larsen, Chris Miller, and Durwood Rutledgc will help with farming at home. To tinier Minislry. j Lewis Gade plans to enter ministry i;ftcr Ihe war; John Hagg ' will drive a truck at Foil Dodge this summer;! Ted Herbsl wil continue with his dance orchestra, college after war; Tom Holmes has had nis army i ays- ical examination;' Berl Sankey, Teachers -college in Ihe fall lor coaching; Bruce Shore l.i s pas.-.cd ASTRP for Kie army; Honald Taylor will Work in a grocery slore; and Kenneth Ward and Wayne Will are to conlinuo work al Ihe Call theater. Girls in the class who have definite pll,ns include Mary Anderson, who w.ill study music at Drake this summer; Kut'h Baldwin, Doris Colbcrg, Phyllis Kain, ANNUAL AWARDS GIVEN AS 73 ARE GRADUATED SHEEP SHEARING—barl Wiener, Burt, phone 4173. 7p37 COTTON RAGS WANTED — 10 cents per pound.—Advance. FOR SALE: 2-14 John Deere •tractor plow or will trade for an 18 inch single tractor plow. Bernold Opheim, phone 2557, Bode. 21* FOR SALE—HARBORA .beans, test 95 per cent, RAGS AT Ihe Advance; lOc per pound. SOY $3.25 per bushel. Middle Hill farm, , J. I. Peer, Manager. Phone 8F22, I Algona. 17p37-38 FOR SALE—REGISTERED milking Shorthorn-bulls, serviceable age.—Robert Ringsdorf, Woden. llp36-38 j FOR SALE sow.—Jake mile W. and ley. - DUROC BROOD Meyer, Cowith, 1 2 miles S. of Wes- 15p37-38 FOR SALE-NEW WESTERN' 3-seotion Colto packer. Also new pnir skeleton wheels for a Model G or GM tractor. Chris Jensen, 4 miles west, Algona. . 25p37 22. FOR SALE—6-ft. ] good condition. WANTED—SOMEONE for house j cleaning and one or Iwo hours; : per day.—Phone 500 or 71 after 5 p. m.—F. B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy St. TEN CENTS PER POUND paid for cotton rags at the Ad^ vance. WANTED—WOMEN TO WORlcJFOR SALE—RICHLAND AND ium Wednesday for Ihe 73 mem-' bers of Ihis year's graduating. class. The processional, Pomp I and Circumstance, v/as bv Ihe high school band directed by Onn G. Spalcling. I The invocalion was by Ihe Rev.! R. F. Killrell, followed by music by Ihe band and 'the high school mixed chorus under direction of Mrs. Orpha Phillips. Dr. H. G. Harmon, president of Drake uni-' vcrsity, gave Ihe: address before an audience that filled the room lo capacily. j Honor announcements wore • made by Principal Donald B. Millor; the cHs,s of 1045 was prescnl- cd by Superintendent Lijing to Judge G. W. Stillman, president of Ihe .school board, who in lurn i presented diplomas. Benediclion was by Iho Rev. Nelson A. Price. Annual Awards Given.' Awards were received by Richard Anderson, for Ihe .highest scholastic average in 8lh grade hislory, $5 given by Ihe Legion Auxiliary: Ihe Delphian society ward of $5 to Barbara Plr'.tt for highest scholaslic average in 9th grade English; the Wa-Tan-Ye award of $5 went to Barbara Sco- bec for being Ihe ibcsl all-round WHITE ONION SKIN thin paper, cockle finish, 8%xi4, just received.—ADVANCE. BABY CHICKS—ORDER today, while still available. — Kossuth County Hatchery, Algona, Iowa, phone 800. 36-37 90 o in advance 2558 Lu Verne, Alvin 36-37 A THOUSAND MILES ARE covered by Advance ads. Adver- j tising is worth according to the • territory il covers. That's why. newspaper want ads get'belief, results, quicker. Send your want | ad to Ihe ADVANCE. SUDSBERRYS CHOICE, American saddle stallion at stud, dark chestnut color. Standing at farm 1 mi. cMst and Vz mi. south of Algona. Inquire or write tor particulars. Colls to show. Also two registered yearling saddle fillies for sale.—C. R. Hutchins. 40p37-39 OPPORTUNITY r,, r men—I have a good" ' lion m the nmuscmoni you in you own money needed. You busines for yourself in a ed, wrile :;md 1 'f in ton i'lTanuc sec you. L. WL'slennim tl ; Grand Avc., DCS Moines, ij' 21 I FLOOR SANDING AND REF1N- j isning. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant, —CoWan Bldg, Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 14ul8lf FOR SALE—JUST RECEIVED, 6 McCormick-Decring fertilizer, attachments for horse-drawn and toclor planters; 4. McCormick- Deering Iraclor hitches for horse- drawn planters.—R. C. Bauer Imp. Co., Wesley, phone 3311. 27u37 LOST—BROV/N BILLFOLD containing valuable papers and money. Reward. Arlo Voigt, Fenton. 12p37 FOR" SATE*^PUREBRED~ spotted Poland yearling boar. >/z west, '/a north of Burt. Angus. — TWO-YEAR Olo Holstein toull, eligible for registration; also 2-year heifer, fresh in summer. — Orville Gardner, phone 3512, Lone Rock. 20p37 MRS. JOHN LEE STEPHENS, and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stephens wish lo thank their friends for Iho mnny cards, flowers, prayers, and expressions of sympathy n tier receiving word of Ihe Fupremc sacrifice of Pfc. John Lee Stephens. 36-3-37 FOR SALE SI-2 of <lic NWI-1 of sec-lion 12, _lltini)iol<!( • HimiliohH county, Iowa, IN- offered to the lii^iics dor, wiili-Hio J«45 lense to l»e assigned. All \Vc »iu\ (Marion loam. _If interested will you _|,>oU liliiec over J):H! nittkb your hid to the -undersigne A, NELSON, Referee iSIO, IOWA •;•„,, f .1,1,1'.' l,s|,. r : !7 . ;)s FOR SALE—ENGLISH shepherd cattle dog. Also five young foxes. John Licktcig, Wesley, Phone 2288. 15p37 LOST—SUNDAY afternoon on highway near soft water pond, fishing tackle box. Marc Moore, IF Y OU WANT TO SELL, wanl l o buy, want to trade-use an; ADVANCE want ad-4000 copies I of ybur ad dwteibuted for only a | few CBntS> AD /ANCE ' " cheap " RUG and wad round ednc sell Ako man's suit? size 36 -v hr- ii^prl t.n 82 , Algona. g 0<8> b Phone 491-J 16u37 WANT Arm nro thr. ^j J jn tL worlrf 4nnn fg ^' nir "i,," 1 ,?,^ f t ~, 4 °,°° n of your ad d ' strlbuted £or a lcw cents ' AD y ANCE - ____ _ tf " BIGGEST BARGAIN— 4000* COD- TOR SALE — LAGLK WATER proof homo insulation, "blown m." Expert Inspection, cslimal- ing service.—Cowun bldg. Supply Co.. phone 275. Alcona. i WHEN IN NEED OF STARTED ' or day okl chicks cal1 us collcct i Pastor Olto charged the new tor to preach the Gospel and ap.- teach rural schools next winter; The $10 hislory and civics and Lois Bleich will leach a award given by the D. A. R. was :- rural school near Wesley. received by Phyllis "Kain. To cents—ADVANCE. r'—Hamilton Halchcry, Bancroft, [ , Iowa. 35tf Two to Be Nurses. cualify for this award the stu- ply it to his hearers, and exhorted' Shirley Bowman will be U ca- c '9 nt mu ^ bavc 10th grade world momocrs to hear the word regu- del nurse; Juliana Cotton to co'l- history, lllh grade American his- larly and nut it into practice. lege; Evelyn Crapser, nurse 'train- tor y ancl 12th grade government Visiting pastors assisting in the ing at Mason City; Marjoric Ea- and economics, installation were the Revs. A. F. son > Delbris Jean, Lorraine Lo- McCoy Memorial Award. Render, Fairvillc; L. H. Loesch, P er ' and Norma Voylcs plan to The fiiir-y<_< r English award of AlKona; 11. W. Mueller, Liver.- ^ o .f C "?i ta 5!5L^°F_ k J, B . l :^i ira £ Iar " $25 was oarnecl by Ardis Krescn- mi and FOR SALE—IMPROVED 80 A. i and improved 120 A. Both i farms close to Algona. — C. W. ' Nicouliu, Algona. 17u36-37 FOR SALE—160 A. unimproved farm in Lu'Verne twp. Lays level, best soil in the W. Nicoulin, Algona. WORK PART TIME IN Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners, Al- gcna/ Iowa, between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. Full time ii desired. Across street east from Court House. 25u3S-38 the altar in the presence of a Brien will go V college" in* the ••c!iAol"';nr1*rsirrc^ch'crhcre large audience by the deacons, 1*11. Tho Lions c]u . b gavc two Herman Dreyer, H. H. Strucker, Marjone Milchell is secretary awards of $10 each lo the repre- and Fred Jentx., followed by Pas- at Red Cross headquarter..; 'ihet- sent) live- bov ancl girl, which tor Otto and the assisting clergy. ma Putz *~ secretary for Doctor wcr-j received by James Burns At the close of the service, the s j» w y er ; Marjorie Ror.s is in tele- and Mary Anderson. Recipients .. ... . ,. . .„ -^. - orary membership in the ol aijpreeiation ot his service as will go to. business college arid Lions clulv<-base$ ~ o n- scflbl'jstic supply pastoi-. Lunch was serveu Joyce Sterling will atlend Iowa achievement, went lo Irwin to me clergy by a group of wo- State at Ames, men, with Mrs Elsie Dreyer. as i.iairrnan. Formal reception of the Rev. Mr. Friedrich and his family is schorluleu tor next Sunday, wilh a congregational dinner and a program prepared by Walthcr League members. Pastor Otlo .will bc master of ceremonies. Children in the Friedrich fa- of the Seventh Army in'Germany, mily are Marlin, attending a 'se- (undated)—2nd Lt. Horchcl W. mniary at St. Louis; Caroline, Hru'tnian, . Alrjona, Iowa, forwar.l teaching in public school at Jet- onRprver in the 44th division nr- BABY SHOES FINISHED IN gold bronze, $2.00 per pair. M..iil cash and shoes to Wilders Store, Esthcrville, Iowa. 18p37-40 KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLAC.fe -_—biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE. If INLAID LINOLEUM, linowsill. ii.li-!, Uiid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co M phone 275. Alcona. 13ul8tf FOR SALE — POLLhlu HKrtJv ({ord butl|g; scrvk:i-*Hi.iJ(Jt£jtitiiJm al ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finc.st breeding and quality; also Shorthorn bulls, ready lor .service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 lo H mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Sluclcr, Wesley, la. 2!)u20l[ M. ALGONIAN GETS 184 PRISONERS IN A NAZi BAG With fhe 44th Infantry Divi.sir Forbes, a senior, in March; to Darrcl Larron, junior, in April; ancl to Loo Vandcrwaal, a sophomore, in Mav. The freshman boy to bo <m honorary member in June is yet to be chosen. BEND BOY ARRIVES FROM THE WAR AREA son ' L ° ie i. la. 12u"18lf WANT ADS BRING BUYER and seller together; 4000 copies of your ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE. tf 1'erson; Henry, William, and Robert tillery didnt have a job in wlrr.-!-i Cr-r-is Air Depot, Mira- Capturing Germans was part of mpr, r.'nlif.. I\T-*v 9.1—Marino Ser- the days routine. He was Lip with r-o-.m! Hnnrv E. Marli, 19, son of Ihe front, infantrymen, finding tar- Mrs. Anna C. Marti, West Bend, gels for his r tillery—let. the h'<? rHnrnod hero from the Paci! doughboys take the surrenders. fi for furlourh and reassignment. ' So when a German tni'.'k bar- A clerk with a Fourth Marine re'ed around the corner about ten Air Win? squadron, ho was based feet n-om him, Limit. Ha'-tm.-n itl (he Mariana", Islands. He un"•as a little surprsod. He hal'crl drrwoni hon-hinr- ami strafing at- thc truck, and found he ba-1 Imn- (-.-ks. bill escaped injury. i „?, i , ^^ ^ ^ prarlii'-iterl in 1D<)3 frnm Wr-st Bond Consolidated high FOR SALE—MODERN home, 5 rooms and bath,' insulated, oil funace. $6500. See Joel M.. Herbst, Real Estate 2nd Ins. ' 20u38 SMALL KIMBALL PIANO, only 52 inches high, priced to sell, Excellent condition.—Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, la. 18p37 EQUIPMENT- REDUCTION SALE: special $58.50 2—Hargrove 00 bu. self- [ 'feeders with steel doors, 3—Victory 35 bu. self-feed' ers, special $31.50 3—Individual hog houses, : 6x8, with floor, special $49.75 (500 bndls. 9 ft.. 16 .ga. bale. 1 ! : ,.,tif)S,,,?t)ffpis||,.,pcr,i 1 bfl4l l —$.,3.2/j; "•1—Super-Six Hydraulic Power i _ .Fork for 'H' & 'M' Farmalls. I — 1—Twin-cylinder Hydraulic Power Fork for 'H' & 'M' F.irmalls 2—Deep-well water systems. 3—70 gal. hog water fountains 2—New Mc-Drg. cndgatc seeders 2—Redwood round slock lan'ks 1—used Rubber tired wagon, | ' 600x16 tires, with slightly used : 36-in. box 1—Used McC. 8-ft. binder, good for windrower 4—Mc-Drg. Iraclor hilches, for horse-drawn planters. R. C. BAUER IMP. CO. I WESLEY, IOWA, Phone No. 3111 U37-38 CORWiTH YOUTH ".": IS ®\ ROUTE HOMi: FROM THE PACIFIC Marino Corps Air Depot, Mir- Prisoners, two officers and two aniar, Calif., Mav 21— Marine Ser- drivers. Pretty pond! Thnnono ^ V _ 11 .,,. I1UIIICL . „ gcant Arthur D. Schcffelrnan, 24, "C'neolficers said ho knew where- sr ho ( ,l, where he played taasket- -»n ,,f iVTr and Mrs. Arlhur Schef- j'. major wan. Fine,' said^thn K.,,, h ., sohnni ;ind was a mom . f.'lman. Rnuto 1, Corwith, has ar- ""i'^" 3 ".;- s ? : f.,' 11T ' Ti; .'""'-' „, bor <•( the hand. Prior to enlist- from the Pacific for i-lniifji and roaysignmonl. A rnoch nil' wilh a Firsl Mn- Air Wing service squadron, was based in Ihe St. Matlhias •| Philiopinf Islands. He un- rir.i-'vnl ln-.mbing allacks in the Pliilippi.'ifs, hut ('.soaped injury. H" v.is erndualfd in 1940 from C'.vwith Consolidated h igh pri3oner by Lieut . n al .| m an! scnool. Prior tr> enlisting in .No- . vembiT. 1D42, he was employed " ' by OK; Consolidated Aircraft Cor- ; •"'" por-itlon. A brother, M. D. Schef- fulm.'in, is a lieutenant in the tinny. • I he misht persuade them to ;;::r- " ' '''" render. So the major went ba'-k.' „, -, . . , and in clue time rcturne-1 at Ihn „ Mcss ™ Kcclcclcd heart of 1RO Germans whom he Frances Messer, ex-Algona had nersuarled to surrender. learner, has been reeleclecl Hum- All in all, 184 Germans takc-r. bold I. county schools superintendent for three years. Rocks for Grotto? Fftther- l">obberstcin is spending three/weeks at LaCrosse, Wis., perhaps KHl.hering new material for his grotto. I NOTICE OF TinOBATE OF WILL NO. .vm Sl-ite of Iowa, Kossulh Counly,. SE. In District Court, March term. H)4fi. To All Whum It May Concern: You ;iro lif-rahy notified, that •in iivstnunonl of writing pur- '•"rtin* to bo Ihe last Will and Testament of Eva E. Sehoby, deceased, dated January 19, 1940, having been this day filed opened and road, Monday, Ihe 4th d;iy of June, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at .Ihe C'"i;rl Hou^e in Alpona, Iowa, be- f'To ( !ie Dislricl Court of said County, or the Clork of said Court; and al len o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby no- tifior] and ret|iiired to appear, and show cause, if uny they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the l;i:-t Will aiid Teslament of ^lirl deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 18, 1945. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of Ihp District Courl. L1NNAN & LYNCH Algona. Iowa, Attoneys. 37 HOMES FOR VETERANS Let us explain how a Veteran's Guaranteed ICquity Loan can he com- . hined with a JoKg-lerin FHA Insured W Mortgage Loan towards immediate purchase of a home. K Let us tell you why FHA financing "Jf protects against possihly inflated real estate prices in certain areas ... •fa how an FHA analysis of neighbor*' •JW hood, site, location, design and construction eliminates much of the risk of home buying today. Inquiries from Veterans are espe« cially welcome. . . . Come in any time. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Aljrona ,v j, i "KaveKater" Drawstring neckline and sleeues...nipped in waistline atop a /u/( shirred skirt... a dream of a dress in Sugar White Nassau Spun Rayon. Sizes 9 to 15. $ JO 95 An Archery Book With Every Set Eight- Pie eo Archery S«t for Youngster; Healthy, wholesome cxer- cifie for children six to twelve. Four-foot bov;, .arrows, quiver, target and 'archery hooklet. Outstanding Valuel P a i* a t w i 11 & «.! B5 C <TP A,T 5.05 Rilky paratwill rayon in a rich tan color. Water-repol- lont anji \7ind-rosistanti. Fine quality tailoring. Coot: In H '. ". . Servo in Si ore in it.,, CASSEROLES 5«« Ejj For Individual service' .Famous Fire-King rnn,ko Two-year guarantee. PIE PLATES B:5«. EO. Beautifully etched. Uino- liich sl2e. Two-year Tiro- Kins guarantee. Rog. 1.98 Holds a six-pound roast. Can douljlo as a casserole. Guaranteed. HUXTABLE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY PHONE 133 Tirestotie ALGONA I !*••••••••< When you buy gasoline, remember. . . Standard Bed Cro**\ Gasoline, today, as through the years, Is preferred by Midwest motorists over any other brand by a margin of 2 to 1 " Gasoline i. vital to victory... don't waste it. Huy mon „,-„,. ^^ In motor oil popularity, Standard Oil a/, , H XS^teZ'&xxSS? »ir^o t ^ i s i "u»? E t°T'° r<i "'

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