Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR BIBLE SCHOOLS OPENED MONO AY 2 CHURCHES 'A^j&esbyfteriari Bjlble school opened- Monday with an enrollment of 80 and the following teaching staff. Superintendent, The Rev. O. C. Richardson; beginners, Mesdames N. D. Mitchell. E. G, Lee, C. C. Richardson; primary. Mesdames Kenneth Roney and Harrington; junior, Mesdames Hat-old Clayton and Nyle Latch; sectary and treasurer, Mrs, Casey Loss, who is also in charge of music and singing; pianist, Barbara Scob.ee. "The school is open every day but Saturday and Memorial day, 8:45 to 11:45, It will close Friday, June 8. The /'First Lutheran school opened the same day with an enrollment of 37, and teachcrc am Mrs. Orville Wicks, Mrs. Henry Bunkcijjkc, Mrs. Melvin Thompson, and the pastor, the Rev! E. K. Nelson. ,.Mrs. Nelson assists in music. The Baptist school will pre. sent an annual school program . Sunday evening at 8 p. m. at the ! church, and 85 children enrolled' will participate. The Rev. and' Mrs. R.,. F. Kittrell will direct the program, the theme of which will be illustrated by a miniature lighthouse' constructed by the intermediate class taught by John ^Jordan. The program is open to the public. .',',.•;• '. + FUNERARlES TODAY SET FOR Gustav Adolph Romer, 74, who I high school, and holds degrees .from the Iowa state university. Sinice 1837 he has been associated with the Michigan state college, iwhere he is associate professor of English. yeal*; in England will not be en;' Doctor Shirley wrote that the 'tirely new to him, for he and his -Wife toured on bikes in th •year following their marriage. The doctor also wrote that his mother is well, and has employment in the college library at East Lansing. LT. DONALD ARNS AWAITING A SHIP BACK TO STATES Mrs. Shirley Arns Monday received six letters from her husband, Lt. Donald C. Arns, recently liberated from a German nrisoner of war camp. He said he was in France, awaiting a shio for home. Gordon Dimler. another Koss- ufh 1PW',, ha.s been li.be'rntcrj. and is now at home with his parents at LuVerne. In the past week many liberation messages have beV-n received by the Red Cross here to be relayed to the next, of kin, and «t this time lall K'ossulh soldiers have been hoard from but two, and reports from them are expected at any time. Dentist Opens a New Office Here Dr. Ervin J. Anderson, who came here from Kingsley in March, has opened his offices in the McEnroe 'building for the general practice of dentistry. Dr. Anderson practiced in Kingsley eight years, and in 1941 /*••<•—i . .. .^^. j—•»> was calleti i^o service in the ar- hllXTAV KllMFKi™ y < iental corps ' servin g.till his UUJIAT nVPlLlY discharge last February. He was graduated from the university O f Iowa, and had post- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA,IOWA FOR SALE—SOME Good Guernsey bull calves. H. Ruth Loewenstein, Luverne. Ilp38 WHITE ONION SKIN thin paper, cockle finish, 846x14, just received.—ADVANCE. FOR SALE—6-ft. Frigidaire in good condition. Price $150. Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Bunt. 12p38 FOR SALE—MAYTAG gas motor, A-l condition. Fred Peterson, 413 N. Wooster St., Algona. 15p38 FOR SALE—Ttoo room tenant house, built-in cupboards 1 , sink and entry . Harold Fisher^ ; Burt. 'I5p38 FLOOR SANDING AND RBFIN- ishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 14ul8tf FOR SALE—STANDARD bred race horse stallion, eligible for registration. WilUtoe two years old in August. Call 2F4, C. A.' Geilenfeld, Algona. >22p38-41 FOR SALE—HIGHLAND SOY beans. Phone 7F12, Algona. 8p38 A THOUSAND MILES ARE covered by Advance ads. Advertising is worth according to the territory it covers. That's why newspaper want ads get better results, quicker. Send your want ad to the ADVANCE. FOR SALE—1938 Lincoln Zepher_ in good condition. Except- Allen Motor 14u38 ionally good tires. Co. WANT ADS'are the biggest bargain in the world—4000 copies of your ad distributed for a few cents. ADVANCE. tf FOR SALE—BROODER house, 12x12; new Jamesway brooder stove, both $90. Mrs. Robert Kyhl, phone 117, Fenton. 17u38 IF YOU WANT TO SELL, want io buy, want to Irade—use an ADVANCE want ad—4000 copies of your ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE. if FOR SALE—FOUR WHITE-face calves. 3'/<s m. west, 4 softth, and Vfe west of Algona, Henry Wichtcndahl, West Bend. 17p38 WE HAVE A limited amount of Earliana Seed beans, cleaned ready for planting. Sargent & Co. Phone 360. 17u38-39 BIGGEST BARGAIN—4000 copies of your want ad distributed all over Kossuth county foi a ew cenls—ADVANCE. tf FOR SALE—Model A four door Ford. Ira Bonnett; 1 block S. Diagonal store, 3rd house east. 18p38 FOR SALE—1936 4-door Chevrolet car, in good condition and tires. Below ceiling. Nick Kinsch, Algona. 15p38 BABY SHOES FINISHED IN gold bronze, $2.00 per pair. Mail cash and shoes to Wilders Store, Estherville, Iowa. 18p37-40 liminary funeral rites held at the McCullough at 2 p. m. today, with ; Mrs. Anderson will be her hus- KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLACE --—biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed for only a few cenls. ADVANCE, 'if -Price, oficiating. Burial was to be in Riverview beside the grave ,\ his wife. Mr. Romer,. who was born March 30, 1871, at Freiberg, Ger- | many, was married there in 1893 i to Marie Ruhl, and they came i to the United States in 1896.Mrs.< Romer died in 1934, and two daughters are also dead. Surviving are four daughters and four sons. The daughters are Mrs. Helen Mahler, Plymouth, Wis.; Mrs. Aimer Vins-i and, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Lawrence' Larson, Badger; and Mrs. Frital CiUggqr lA Ren wick. The sons are, vJp'hriVf.; Algona; George, Liver- nHorc;'-< August, Laurens; Oscar,! services; and 'Gust' : ;me,.;,3 . •,';!/ 3 f£(!ver,esiare 19 grandchildren, -••' ; twb.v : pf whom are in the armed s,.., and,„there are two great t > v "-' EX ALGONA BOY OW SERVES AS COLLEGE PROF --' ter .. .., .... Mrs."E:-: C, ; -'Dickinson had a let' from Dr. John State college, 'ilfij^E/ansing, -Mich., who, the Adva,rip¥. : recently reported, had won44-i.[Gug6eriheirh .Fellowship for a -year's study in England. T3ie''.doetor, a s.oh; of the late County- Supt. Shirley here and of. the surviving Mrs. Grace Shirley, is a graduate of the Algona Purple Heart for Clarence E. Bruns Last week's Advance carried new? that Clarence Bruns,' Algona, had been wounded in Patton's 3rd army fighting, and now his wife reports receipt of his Purple Heart. Mrs. B'runs, the former Ardella Hovey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hovey, former; Algonians now living in Wisconsin, is manager of the new Sears store here. Rooms Wanted for .,{ z - College Students 4 Students expecting to attend | the branch teacher's college summer sch&ol here, •WhicK^peinSljaH- June 5, are making arrangements for r'dbms, and some have asked C. A.'Phillips, of the Chamber 'of Commece, for help finding a place,to work for room and board Those interested in having a stu-, dent-should apply at the Cham-' her office, phone No. 1. FARM IS SOLD. . 'Ch'ris Jensen, who already owng two or three farms west of Algona, has bought the A. E. Cla.yt.on farm from the estate. 'This'is a - well-improved Cresco township fractional 142-acre quarter section with rich soil • -' + i LEDYARD SPEAKER. ' The Rev. C. C. Richardson will give the Memorial day address in the town hall at Leedyard at 10:30 a. m. INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, 'serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf FOR SALE—REGISTERED milking Shorthorn bulls, serviceable age.—Robert Ringsdorf, Woden. llp36-38 FOR SALE — DUROC BROOD sow.—Jake Meyer, Cowith, 1 mile W. and 2 miles S. of Wesley. 15p37-38 , , . Eisenhower Medals Presented to 14 Scout Scrap Collectors FOR SALE—Chairs, buffet, lounge, kitchen cabinet, and cook stove. Mrs. August Engstrom, Wesley. 14p38 J..BUYER aj copies *3f your ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE. tf FOR SALE—MODERN home, 5 rooms and bath, insulated, oil funace. . $6500. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 20u38 FOR SALE—200 hibred hens, a year old. Henhouse 16x20, brooderhouse brooders tove; 8X20, E. B. Phone 21F2, Algona. Jamesway McCorkle, 20p38 FOR SALE—9x12 .RUG and pad, SUDSBERRYS CHOICE, American saddle stallion at stud, dark chestnut color. Standing at farm 1 mi. elist and % mi. south of Algona. Inquire or write 'for particulars. Colts to show. Also two registered yearling saddle fillies for sale.- R. Hutchins. 40p37-39 OFFICIAL NOTICE RESOLUTION FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF N O XIO U S WEEDS. '' ' ' : TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS: BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board cjf Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 131, Acts of the 47th General Assembly, it is hereby ordered: 1 That each person or control in Kossuth each owner and in the possession of any lands .county, . shall cut, official newspapers of the county. Motion Was made by. Supervisor Johnson andl seconded by Schrarft. that the; foregoing res- cslutlofi be adopted. Motion carried. The vote thereon resulting as follows: Ayes: Ffaser, McDonald, Schram, Quinn, and TUESDAY. Johnson. Na ys: N Resolution A i this 25th dav n r» ar0(1 ATTEST: Chairman, Su pot-vis, • ' 'burn, or otherwise destroy noxious weeds thereon, as defined in this chapter, at such times in each year and in such manner FOR SALE — 600 x 16 TIR'ES j as shall prevent said weeds from j $13.95 plus tax; 700x20, 7.50x"'" ' 20, .825x20 truck tires, grade 1, car jacks $3.95, tire pumps $2.19, All-ruuebr felt car mats, Model scaled beam headlights $8.75 pr., A mufflers $1.98, bike tires $1.98, 9x12 Congolcum rugs $4.45, all pre-war material, may be used to make over. Phone 82, Algona. g FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17ul8tf FOR SALE— White Leghorn & white Rocks baby chicks, cockerels, pullets or straight run. Delivery June 2. Wellendorf Hatchery, W. XoJE .Fairgrounds Phone 589 23p38 chest, Coast store. u37 FOR SALE—Hereford bulls, ser- vicable age. Both registered and grade. Also good grade open heifers. Joseph Skow, Wesley 18p38-40 FOR SALE—Hampshire boars serviceable age, immune and guaranteed. New stock for old customers Joseph Skow, Wesley. 17p38-40 WANTED—A LADY to learn the photograph business. Must be steady and live in Algona if possible. Brown's Studio, Algona. 20u38-39 FOR SALE—HARBORA SOY beans, test 95 per cent, $3.25 per bushel. Middle Hill farm, J. I. Peer, Manager. Phone 8F22, Algona. 17p37-38 . The boys in Scout troop 72, sponsored by the Baptist church with Jesse Lashbrook, scoutmaster, and Paul Bell, assistant, entertained their parents and spec- ial'guests at a 6:30 dinner Friday at'-the Baptist church. .••.•The dinning room was decorated ftith festoons of crepe paper in red, white and blue, and small flags were given as favors, and patriotic colors were carried out Before the 62 guests were seated the group sang two verses of America, after, which the Scouts gave their oath, and the Rev. Mr. Kittrell .gave the invocation. While dinner was being served the Scouts sang Happy Welcome to Parents, which was responded to by the parents singing We Are Thankful to You, and the group sang several songs. After dinner J. B. Wheelock introduced Supt. W. B. Officer, of Burt, Kossuth district chairman of Bov:S'couts, wj>o talked on the value,;6f'seeming as a character building'agency'. Mr. Officer con- gra,tu.J4j:.e,<t'•Troop 72 on the fine record . it had made in salvaging waste paper. There are 21 boys in "the group and they collected , a total of roor.e than 31,000 Ibs. of. waste"; paper. : . , ' •General "Eisenhower authorized presentation of a medal to scouts! who pqjlected ( 1000 bs. of was-1 • te-'paner in March and April, and v 'ari> jfcSditioriai trophy, a 75mm shell container, was authorized forUrqops that collected 1000 Ibs. or more for each member. Troop, 72 earned that trophy, ,a,u4xU ,'w.yi, be placed in the roop .-meeting place. In the ab' seneV'of EJson Fisher, assisstant Scout executive, of Fort Dodge, (he presentation was made by Mr. Officer. The shell container had actually been used on the European battlefront. Boys who earned the Eisenhower medal are:. Bob Rilcy, Bobby Sheridan, Richard Webster, Durwood Lashbrook, Dwight Cook, Warren Godden, Howard Asa, Jerry Anderson, Dick Taylor, Billy Clawson, Cecil Bits- worth," Gerald Hungerford, Junior Snyder, and Junior Zcigler. I LOST OR STRAYED— English I Shepard dog, dark yellow, i white stripe on face. Martin j Larson, 3 '/ 2 miles west of Titonka. 18p33 WANTS WANTED—SOMEONE for house cleaning and one or two hours per day.—Phone 500 or 71 after 5 p. m.—F. B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy St. 36tf WANTED—WOMEN TO WORK in reconditioning department. —Kent Motor Co. 8u31tf FOR SALE—TRACTOR PLOW 2-14, M. J. Meinzer, Bancroft. 8p38 FOR SALE—BICYCLE good as new. Phone 19F2, Algona !)p33 FOR SALE — 18x26 two-story house. W. H. Brandow, Algona. 8p38 FOR OUTSIDE PAINTING, also carpenter work phone 2150, at Whittemore. 9p38 FOR SALE OR RENT— 2-room house. Electricity. Write box i 572, Algona. 12p38i H. W. POST PRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long DistuiMie Hauling Every load insured against loss and damaye of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. WANTED—Pasture for 10 young catle. F. A. Ringsdorf, Burt. Phone 14 on 96 12p38 FOR SALE—SIX-ROOM house to be moved away. Henry Sunken, Titonka. llp38-3D FOR SALE—Steel bed with spring, three quarter size. O. H. Stoeber, Fenton. p38-39 Get Home Comfort that Lasti a Housctime with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui todiy CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA FOR SALE—8-inch 'McCormick Deering burr grinder $20. Also 1 McCormick Deerftig cream separator, with or without electric motor. R. H. TietS, .Phone 380-1, Lonerock. 23p38 IT TAKES GUNS AND AMMU- nition to fight wars; it also takes a balanced ration to enable your brood sow to produce a strong healthy litter. Walnut Grove minerals, plus a little tankage or oil meat and your home-grown grain, will produce a healthy litter. Don't put it off, and be sorry later. Now is the time.—Write or call H. S. Fain, phone 297-M., Humboldt. 20tf-eow WORK PART TIME IN Algona Laundry and Dry, Cleaners, AV- gona, Iowa, between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. Full lime if desired. CARD OF THANKS — To our 'fnany friends and neighbors our-most sincere thanks for the many beaultiful floral offerings "an'd' kind expressions' of sympa- ; thy'extended to us in their cards, their visits and many helpful deeds of kindness which were a blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth of any other! weeds as shall render the streets | or highways adjoining said land unsafe for public travel. Noxious weeds shall be cut or otherwise destroyed on or before the following dates and as often thereafter as is necessary to prevent seed production: Group 1, June 15, 1945, for leafy spurge, Perennial Pepper- grass, Sour Dock, Smooth Dock, Sheep Sorrel. Group 2. June 30, 1945, Cor Canada Thistle, -Russian Knapweed, Buckhorn, Wild Mustard. Group 3. July 15, 1945, for Field Bindweed, Wild Carrot. Group 4. July 30, 1945, for Horse Nettle, Perennial Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Butter- Print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur. 2. That each owner- and each person in possession or control of any lands in Kossuth county infested with any primary n'ox- ious weeds including quack grass, perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, field bind weed, horse nettle, leafy spurge, perennial peppergrass, Russian knap- FOR SALE 81-3 of Oic NW1-4 of section h, -llumi,,,,,,, , Iliiniboldt county, Iowa, is offered to (lie i,:,,!. ! n dor, with the 1945 lease to be assigned. All w ,1 and Clarion loam. _If interested will you i,,,,!, place over and make your bid to the iiiidn- s i, rM pi i J. A. NELSON, Referee LUVJ'MtKE, IOWA great comfort to us during the I wee d, shall adopt a program of short illness and death of "Our we ed destruction, prescribed by which House. 25u36-38 Dear Frances." M. Paul A. Will- i-'ey,-Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson. ;.-.' ' 59p38 mower in . fine. ' 'condition. I Mountings for 'McCormick-Deer-' ing and John Deere tractors. H. FARM EQUIPMENT- REDUCTION SALE: special $58.50 1115 uiiu ounii j_fceit: uauujrs, n. 9 Wi,.,»,.«,,,-, Rn j->,, ,-nlf J. Sherman, 621 E. Lucas St.. AU i ^E*$ g ™ v * J° ™i JfH" gona. Phone 890W. FOR SALE—Frac. 120 acres on __ - 0 feeders with steel doors, 27 P 38 , 3—Victory 35 bu. self-feeders, special $31.50 pavement near Algona. No 3—Individual hog 'houses, f-— . _*.._!»!, m^wi iiigvuct. J.TI u i . , ~ , ,t , _ „,. buildings. Lays nice, all tillable ! 6 * 8 ' wlth floor > special $49.75 1944 income $1950, low taxes.! 500 . bndls - 9 . ft 16 &• bal e 1945 assigned with immediate!, ties, special, per bndl._.$ 3.25 sale. Paul M. Secley, Hutchison j 1 ~^ up , er ; S ' Ixl J Iypdr f"l ic U Pov Y, er TTI J _ AI^. . ' I TTnT-b- rr\T 'T-T' Xr 'TVi* T?nr-wi nllo Bldg., Algona. 32p38' Fork for 'H' & 'M' Farmalls. 1—Twin-cylinder Hydraulic Pow- FOR SALE—MOTOR OIL 2 gal I er Fork for 'H' & 'M' Farmalls in can, SAE 20, 98c, 45-plate 12—Deep-well water systems. car batteries $5.95 ex., tra'ctor ; ?—70 gal. hog water fountains Pepsi'Cola Company, Long Island Cily, N, Y. Franchisfd Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort the Weed Commissioner, in 5 years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under control such infestations of said primary noxious weeds. 1 3. That all weeds other than primary noxious weeds, on all county trunk and local county roads, and between .the fence! lines thereof shall be mowed by the adjoining property owner, to prevent seed production, on or before July 15, 1945. 4. That if the owners or per-, sons in possession or control ofj any land in Kossuth county fail to comply with the foregoing order, the weed commissioner shall cause this to be done and the ex- *-"* t^«**i/w*-A ito yij.«7w L..A..J tl ctUlAJU. , " • ' v &**•*•• •"'-'& VY u I»«-A i.vjwiii«ciiiio , , . , i j ' seats 69c,, tractor pumps -$3.49,: 2—New Mc-Drg. endgate seeders Pense of said work including the i* ^ " f"' A ", . P . . . oncic /-\F pnT»iMrirl nr\l*nn n»-. ,4 /^fKrt»« all-purpose pump sprayer $1.79,! 2—Redwood round stock tanks electric clocks for cars $4.95 and , 1—used Rubber tired wagon, $6.95. Coast to Coast store.' u 600x16 tires, with slightly used 36-in. box ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of 11-rUsed McC. 8-ft. binder, good finest breeding and quality; " ' ' also Shorthorn bulls, ready for- service, and Ayrshire bulls,-4 to. 8 mos. old. Prices : .reasonabie.—... i-lor windrower 4—Mc-Drg. tractor hitches, for horse-drawn planters. R. C. BAUER IMP. CO. , Phone No.. 3111 U37-38 You've S*«n Them in Your favorite Magax1no$l MIM MODES JUNIORS okayed by the Minx Modes Board ofjtevi«wl Styled and'sized jusf for you.. Minx Modes Juniori >*».-• or* here In a bevy of peppy new dresses you'll adore. Come pick for yourself.,-. 9.95 to 19.95 M/nx_A4ocfe5 Junior$ Here Exclusively costs of serving notice and other costs, if any, to be assessed against the land .and the owners thereof . 5. That the county auditor be and is hereby directed to cause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing order by one publication in each of the FARM6RS, Attention •••••••••MMKBBMMMM^HM •M!«BBB«MM WMn ' " It is getting about the time of year to think putting up your alfalfa as well as other liny, nil harvest. Use the latost Automatic .layhawk sweep rake innl i Pacemaker "R" tractor sweep rake Tower ail-steel sweep rake See, write us, or call 20(51 at Ii.cnwic.1(, lo\vii. S. H. KLASSIE, Distributor Or our associate dealers. Taylor Implement Co. A!KOII;I Keng'storf IJros. :_ Kaglc (inm; L. 31'. Helland licliiuinil Trenary Inipleinent Co. Liiiirons and S. .H. Klassie Hiimboldt iiuil Hcinvick gllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH | Another Shipment (Bedroom Suit | Just Unpacked A Value Value plus buy. 3-Piece Genuine Walnut veneer Suite ___ only 3-piece Genuine Oak veneer Suite __ only 4-piece genuine Mahogany ven eer Suite only Other Suites up to $275- Genuine coil spring available with Suite " _V_. — 1 50-lb. all-cotton mattress $13.7 55-lb. felted cotton mattress _.___] " "" " ~ " ";" ~_ ~ ~ ~ '" Other mattresses up to --- — ---, - — LIVING ROOM SUITES 2 Kroehler posture Suites, mo hair cover. .__ 2-piece spring cushion Suites, Blue Frieze cover ... $139 2-piece spring cushion Suites, Mauve Frieze cover $169, These suites are outstanding values. Foster Furniture Compan Illlllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllliimn. ...»

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