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' ..' r-iS"* i;'" 1 "'<• ' i - v ' ' >•'* ^^'-.', 1'^ "~ WAYS TO MAKE WINDOW SHADES WORK FOR VICTORY (Nothing today is too unimportant to be overlooked when it comes to ways and, means of saving everything possible in order to win the war. Although it may not have occurred to you, there are several ways in whch your own window shades can be used to wonderful advantage in saving both materials and energy. Shades TCeduce HeiVt Did you know that window shades can reduce the heat intake in summer as much as 49 per cent thus helping to save your energy from heat fag? Cloth window shades, kept fully drawn during sunlight hours, will keep your home 10 to BO degrees cooler. Two cloth window shades will be still more effective as insulators. They need not T>e dark green or other sombre colors, either, as the Armour Research Foundation which made the tests establishing the above stated facts, found that light colored shades gave even better protection against the Hurt's '.rajs, just as light-colored clothing for summer is recommended for its cooling value. Shades Keep Out Cold The same insulating properties found in cloth window shades makes them just as efficient in winter .in keeping out the cold. Windows account or as much as 30 percent of heat loss and if cloth window shades are drawn at least halfway down during the daytime and completely down during the night, heat loss can be reduced as much as 40 percent in winter, saving you as much' as 10 per cent o-i fuel bills and incidentally, helping to win the war by saving on the total consumption of fuel which is needed for the war. Conserving our very lives is more Important still—and that is where an effective blackout protection comes in. Cloth window shades suitable for ordinary use and if they merits, will provide inexpensive and efficient blackout protection. Besides they have the advantage of being sutable for ordinary use and if they are one of the new light-colored, but lightproof shades, they can be permanently installed^ thus bav- 3ng much time and troube when backouts occur. Allen Motor Leases Igou Body Shop The Allen Motor Co. has taken over the equipment of the Igou Body Shop at the corner of Main and Commercial streets and will operate the shop in conjunction with their garage on North -Thorington street. Mr. Igou is teaching mathematics this year at Grant Consolidated school. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jennett of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, last week visited his sister, Mrs. Frank Esser and family. Rev. P. J. Branerr preached last Sunday forenoon for the mission festival of the Lutheran church at Worbhington, Minnesota and in the evening in the Lutheran church at Burt. Looks like it'* going to take V •bout 30 day* more feeding be- _ fore this hog can go to market. All because he was fed corn alone, and he needed a mineral and protein supplement to balance the ration. Mirv?raU and protein* can cut feeding time 30 to 60 days, and *ave up to $250 worth of corn on 50 head of hog*. Minral Meat Meal contains both mineral* and proteins in one bag. It cost* no more than the average mineral, goes much farther than tankage—POES THE JOB OF BOTH} Come in and get • free trial bag of Minral Meat Meal and let us PROVE what it will do for YOUR hogs. U 1 lit lu Sargent & Co. NEAR NEW GUINEA BATTLE FRONT—New Guinea: The party camouflaged Australian camp in photo lies between Port Moresby, an allied base, and Kokoda, which is on the other side of this huge tarrier, the Astrolabel Ra«ge.i A special com- munique August 31 from Gen. MacArthur's headquarters reported that Allies had battled the Japanese and the enemy suffered heavy loses. A surprise attack trapped the Japanese at Miliie Bay and the area was cleared of the enemy. OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION IN MEETING HERE The Iowa Osteopathic Hospital Association held a meeting at the General hospital here Sunday, Sept. 14. This organisation Is a division of the Iowa Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. Current hospital problems were discussed Projects concerning Civilian Defense and Public (Health were the main subjects bit the meeting, Appointment of officers by Dr. Mary Golden-, president of the Iowa Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, was made as follows: Dr. L W. Jamieson of SJoux City, president; Dr. W. D. Andrews, Algona, vice president, and Dwight James, attorhey-at-laW, Des Moines, secretary- treasurer. To Hold Surgical Dressing School in . Algona Three Days •A surgical dressing school will be held Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons of this week at one o'clock and also Wednesday evening at seven o'clock in the Red Cross rooms located In the former Metropolitan office over, the S. and L. store. Those who wish to attend should call Mrs. L. G. Baker, ihone 286 or Mrs. F. E. Kent, phone 435. The school of instruction is being held in preparation for the quota of surgical dressings which is to >e shipped into Algona in the near ! uture. Irwin Hildmftrt, Wesley In Louisiana Camp WINS BACK STROKE TITLE—Neenah, Wis.: Gloria Callen.) attractive, Nyack, N. Y., girl who holds thirty-one national records, is shown here as-she won the 100-meter back stroke title for the third consecutive year, when she took Susah Zimmerman, of Portland, Ore., in a photo finish at the National A. A. U. swimming meet here Sunday night. The winning time was 1.18.6 seconds. AROUND IOWA Rattlin' Good A three-foot rattlesnake' with 19 rattles was killed by Francis Molitor near Waukon. Molitor collected a bounty for the snake. Lpnply When Carl Kolsrud of Waukon, reached market one day recently he found that he had only one hog left in the rack. An end gate had worked loose and the other nogs were scattered along the five- mile route he had traveled. Some of the animals were crippled but nearly all were marketable. Cave-In Glen Hal] and John Woodcock of Clarksville were injured in a cave- in at a gravel pit recently. Mr. Hall was thrown- under a truck nnd Mr. Woodcock was thrown against the wheel of the truck which helped hold the earth away. Neither had any bones broken 'but both were bruised badly and suffered from shock. Learn by Experience Hamburg Boy Scouts were sent to obtain a horse-power hay baler from the Ray Lytle farm as part of the scrap metal campaign. They found a piece of machinery on the spot they thought the baler was to .be and started to dissamble it. After the work had 'been started, they discussed the matter more and came to the conclusion that this might not be a baler. Boys sent to scout around, found another piece of machinery a short distance away, then they did not know which to do their work on. They .later discovered that what they started out on was a binder the tenant was saving for spare parts, and that the latter machine was the baler. However, it all ended well,, as Tom Brown, the owner of the binder donated it to the cause. Phone 360 Algona, Iowa NOTICE I take this means to inform and thank the many friends who so earnesty urged me to run for county recorder on the independent ticket. I beg to inform you that I am not filing. I wish to thank you kindiy for your friendship and confidence. I beg to remain Your friend, J. J J>OOLEY. HEAR with SONOTONE as advertised in "Life" Why endure strain of sub-normal hearing when new invention, lels noticeable than glasses, has solved deafness problems for thousands? Phone 284 for appointment with your local representative. E, C. Wilkins '^^^--^ .; : v;' '^ff 'r • "T?*.* -. .- . ^-- - legs of ahimals passing by and in this way the seeds are scattered. Like Jock and Jill Johnny Miller of near West Union parked his new car in the parking lot on the hill at Echo Valley State park. He had locked the door an-d was sitting on the bumper to asemble fishing paraphernalia when felt -the car moving down the hill. It was going too fast for him :o unlock the door and apply the Drakes. With the assistance of the ;he county caterpillar tractor thuy were able to get the car out of the valley into which it fell. No tires were blown out, and very little damage was done to the car for all of its wild run down the hill, with Miller following as close as possible. Saving Tires Mayor I. H. McDaniel of Waverly heard the plea of "guilty" by Marvin Weaver over the telephone. Weaver's plea of guilty was for the charge of exceeding the speed llm- ,t. To save mileage, Weaver took care of the matter by telephone and :he mails. Enlisted J. E. DeFord, 62 of Adel has enlisted in the army. He recently passed the physical examination required and has 'been stationed at Camp Dodge. During his working years, DeFord has been a pharmacist, watchmaker, taxidermist, optician, teacher, musicanr, farmei, furniture dealer and funeral director. He enlisted as a pharmacist. Two Finds Ted Larson of West Union had advertised the loss of a cream can in a local newspaper. Soon- after the .paper wa% issued, the cream can was returned to Larson by Jess King. While Larson was searching for the cream can he found a pocketbook belonging to Mrs. Lloyd Clough, which he returned to tho owner. Twins Marie and Margaret,, four-year old twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Raymond Moore of near College Springs welcome twin brothers into the family last week. The boys are Dick arid Bob, Patches • ' • • William D. Good of Decorah punctured a practically new tube and thought it had only one hole On inspection 103 holes were discov ered. Everett Gross, O. T. Halver son and Ralph Youngblood took turns making the patches to cove: the holes. Old Decanter A wine decanter used toy the Un ited Brethren- church in Lisbon in administering the Lord's suppe years ago was received by Eleano Graver of Lisbon as a gift of Mrs J. A. Milice now of Oak Park, 111 The decanter, it is believed, wai used some time between 1856 am 1864. Eleanor has a collection o bottles, numbering over 1,000. Tan of Scrap A safe weighing 2,160 pounds was donated by Jud Parrott of Clar inda to the Scrap 'Metal drive. I had not been .used recently. Liot of Baiting J. F. Pemhle of Indianola has < lot of large watermelons in hi patch this year. One weighed 51V. pounds. Guy Mallon, steward o the Guthrie county farm home, dis played a turnip weighing 11 pounds Truck Vibrations Three leaks in the water main under the pavement in Mt. Vernon have been caused by vibration o big trucks on the pavement. Class Elects Officers .Officers elected by the Algoni high school senior class are Bill Hbldren, president; James Will, vice president; Patricia Plumb, secretary and treasurer. Irwin Hildrhan, second son of Mr. and Mrs, GSpfge Hlldman, •Wesley, enlisted ire the .army March 18, 1941. He reported at Fort Snelling, Minn., and was .several days later assigned to Camp Bowie, Texas, serving in the 113th cavalry. He is now in Louisana maneuvers with the 8th corps provisional railhead detachment. Irwin attended St. Joseph's parochial school -at Wesley, graduating from the 8th grade in 1931* He had helped his father with farm work until his enlistment a year and a half ago. Classified Ads OLASSIFIED RATES ' Minimum charge 26c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. No agents commission al- owed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order, they receive le >er word commission. For Sale •FOR SALE—A well-tiled unimproved 80-A farm in Kossuth coun- ,y. If you have dome money to invest this is a good place to Invest t_C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. 37-38* FARM FOR SALE—160 acres, 4 Ms miles south of Swea, City. Well mproved and level. $18,000.—Brown Brothers, 501 Lehmann Building, >eoria, 111. 37-39* FEEDER CATTLE and Breeding Ewes on hand at all times.—Sid John, Burt, Iowa, located at the head stockyards, Elmore, Mijnn.,, and Lakota, Iowa. 38-39* FOR SALE—-Registered Guernsey bull, yearling, and several helf- ers.r—Wayne Mechler, -*•---•— Titonka. 38-39 FOR SALE—(Brand new set of 'Luthe" piston rnigs for '38 car.— M. P. Mimbach, Sexton, Iowa. 38* FOR SALE—By owner. Good six- room house, two lots. .Close in on pavement. Fine location. Price $2,100. Call at 109 East Grove Street. 38* FOR SALE— Sow and eight pigs, also black-faced buck.— Carl Bahling, Burt. 38* FOR SALE—Good quality potatoes. Dug before rains. $2 per cwt—iHollls Benschoter, Algona. 38* IBURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction,—(Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-tf iFOR SALE—20 gauge Remington repeating shot gun. Good condi- tion.-«oenk Motor Service. 38 FOR SALE—1939 Ford coupe with radio and heater.—Hoenk Motor Co., West of Court House. 38 FOR SALE— -500 feet used topt water radiation.— C. S. Hardware. Johnson 38 •FOR SALE—Roan Belgian mare, registered, weight 1T50.—Alfred Jergensen, 6 miles northeast of Algona 38 USED MACHINERY 3 used John Deere plows 2 F-12 Parmall tractors with cultivators. •2 Regular Farmalls with culti vators, 10-20 I. H. C. tractor. John Deere "D* tractor Oliver "70" with cultivator New Model C Allis-Chalmers tractor. New Massey-Harris corn binder 3-14" new Massey Harris plow 2-lt" new Massey Harris plow. Bradley Brothers Phone 714 South of Hotel Algona 88 Good Hope Church Her. M. M. S-ohaper, p**tor Sunday School at 10:0.5 &. m.; worship service at 11:15. fThp Woman's Society of Christian Service met last Wednesday afternoon at the Glenn Teeter home. Hazel Teeter, Esther Bath, and Myrtle Rutledge were hostesses. ' . • • Rev. M. M. Schaper made a business trip to Sioux City Thursday. He also visited his brother, H. & Schaper and family Thursday evening in Sioux City. Furniture for Sale Dr. and'Mrs. L. C. Nugent wil move October 1st to the home 01 Mrs. Nugent's mother, Mrs. W. B Qua,rton, on South Minnesota They are offering part of their household effects for sale through, out the coming week. To be sole are a dining room set, beds, springs and mattresses, some wicker pieces rugs, a fireplace screen, a daven port, dishes and some odd tables and chaftre. Article* uns'o|d by Saturday, the 26th, will be sold a clearance prices that morning a 10 o'clock at their present residenci near the east end of McGregor Street. SS-38« iFOR RENT: Nicely furnished well located apartment. Call 89 SB Wanted WANTED— load of cobskCal! 762- W. 88* WANTED —Women for poultry dressing work. Good & Co. son, Wesley. 38* Seneca Monday; tended tfountf ihtWtuW held- at .Ai- Rona. Teachers from'Bmmetlir Kttt- Stith and'Palo 1 Alto CotiMlfiS attended this meeting. . ifo the second school ibulf.tln issued it is reported that there Is a total of 160 pupils enrolled. There are 1* seniods, 1ft juniors, 12 sophomores and 14 freshmen. There are seven pupils In the eighth grade, 12 In the tflfth, 11 In the fourth, 1ft lit the third, 14 In the second grade and 16 beginners. ' / Irvington AAA Selects Committed for Year Irvington 5 The Irvington town* Ship AAA meeting .was held last Friday evening at the center school With about 30 present. Henry Scheppman, Sr. was In charge with Fred S. Gelgel acting Scretary. The tellers for the evening were Harold. Hunt and Hugh Raney. Com* mltteemen chosen for the ensuing year were Henry Schppman, Sr., James Black and Henry Elscheid withjMr. Scheppman 'being selected as delegate to the county meeting. Alternates were Robert ^killing and John Weber. Irvington Farmers Busy Filling Silos 1 Irvington: Most farmers throughout the community are now occU- ped with silo filling with ;an ;en6*r- mous yield of feed repotted in, most areas! Some fall plowing has been done, however, there has 'been some delay owing - to the lack of recent rains. Most of the corn Is now dented and a considerable portion is said to be 'Safe from frost damage. Husks are becoming dry and com is showing rapid progress toward maturing. WANTED TO BUY—Wood and oal range. Phone 40-J-l. 38* WANTED — Housekeeper, 30-40 pea,rs, to be companion to elderly ady. Light housework. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines, SS-38* Lost-Found [LOST —Pluenger reel'and Jep ro.d jouth of Algona on river. Reward. ,-iD. S. Craven-, Titonka. 38 Miscellaneous WE PAY CASH for you old coil bed springs.—Gamble Store. 38 SAFE FARM LOANS. Good farm fears take care of payments on rour loan in lean years. Let us .ell you how Aetna Life's new farm oari plan does it. For complete erms write or call Hutchison- *r Hough. 36-42* A LIMITED NUMBER of water- panics and hog feeders on" hand.— Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-39 DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, brown, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Up- jer Des Moines office. 2 for 25c. 15c each, 34-tf SEE US FOR FREE ESTIMATES on wreck rebuilding, car painting, general repairing, motor tune-up.— Allen Motor Co., Algona, Iowa. 38 SCOTCH TAPE—Small size' desk dispenser complete''with roil .of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Swift & Co. Given Minute Man Flag The local branch, of Swift & Co. has .been awarded a Minute (Man flag for Its participation? in Wai- Bond purchasing. The flag was presented for 100 per cent participation of all the local employees , in bond .buying. All 'employees have signed pledges for regular purchases each week, which are expected to reach the 10 'percent quota In the near future. To the best of our knowledge this is the first Minute Mtm flag given In Algona — or is it? Move to DeKalb Mrs. R. E. Kain ami daughter, Alice, left Monday for DeKalb, Illinois, where they will make their home. Mrs. Knln recently sold her home to Mr. _and Mrs. Nick Krieps. Sfie and Alice have taken an apartment in the home of the former's sisters, the Misses Agnes'and Celia Kullen. Alice, who had been doing secretarial work in Chicago during the summer is now teaching in West Brooklyn, Illinois, which is about 35 -miles from DeKalb. ' , . 'and Agathfc arid Rosina Thll|?<!Mff- Joyed a picnic dinner at the stale park, Aigdna, last Wednesday. Mflt Clara walker joined them at neon fdf lunch, Aev. John J, Thllges of weliny, Illinois, has been in Algona last week 1 end glvlrtg a retreat for the C. D. of A. He' Will be at ftp- worth, Iowa,/ again this year to teach' as thai is a branch of 'the Mission House at Technv. Notice of first Meeting • of Creditors ' In the District Court 6f the tJttltM States tf>r the Northern District' of Iowa Central Division. ' In the .Matter of "Michael Schumacher, Bankrupt. No. 383S in Bankruptcy. •"„ , i.. . To the creditors of Michael Schumacher of Whlttemore, In - the County of kossuth and District afofes&id, a bankrupt!' . 'Notice is hereby given that th6 said. Michael Schumacher 'has been duly adjudged a bankrupt on a petition flled: by him .on the" 16th day of September, 1942, and- that the first meeting of his /Creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned-referee, at 707 Snell Build- Ing, Fort Dodge, W.ebster County, Iowa, on the 30th' day of' September, 1942, at two o'clock In the afternoon, at. which place and time the said, creditors, may attend; prove Notice of tftfst Meeting of Creditors In the District Stated fe# tto of IOWA Central ttt the Matter of Rosa Schumacher, Bankrupt. No. 3831* in Bankruptcy, , To the creditor* beth Schumacher of Whtttemoto in the County of Kossutft and Dls- , trlct aforesaid, a bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that the ' said Rosa Elizabeth Schumacher has'been duly adjudged a bankrupt „ on- a petition nled by her on the . letft day of September, 1942, ana. that the' first meeting of her we'd- • itors will Be held at the office ofc the undersigned referee, at 707 Snell- Building, Fort ' DrfdgO, Webstsr County, Ibwa, on the BOthiday or September, 1942, at two o'clock In the afternoon,•. at which place arid time the said creditors may attend,, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, appoint a conunitteie of cre&> Itors, exanilhe -the bankrupt, and transact such other business BB may 'properly come 'before., sa|di meeting. •'• . \.-.'••,•'. "'., ' '«' Dated,at Fort Dodge, Iowa, this., 18th day of September, 1942. ' ' JOHN M.:.SOAUPP, .• 38 , ' Referee. Ih^Bankrupcty. Having purchased tlie body slfcp equipment, ^oiimierily.known as IgouVBody Sihop, we are now in position, to do aUi kinds ol boidy and fen- der'repairing, also complete rlebuSlding of wrecks. We wiltbe glad to estimate any job, for you, whether large or small, also re-painting. Call at Allen Motor Co. . ' ' V""' ' " "' -^ • "t for free estimate on your needs* Allen Motoi Co 120 North thorington St. THIRTY TEARS AOTOMOOTVE EXPERIENCE Moines. 34-tf BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Moines. A sales slip with every purchase, or 2 books for 2Sc. 15c each 34-tf WE WILL PAY top prices for late model "used cars. Also older cars that are clean with good tires. —Percival Motors, Dodge and Plymouth. . 38-39 STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMO, BILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY, PHONE 85. 31-tf DO YOUR FENDERS need repairing? See Allen Motor Co. 38 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. , Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. ' Ml FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 26c per film. Lusby & Giossl 24-tf SEE! ME! FOR Real Bargains Ir /arms, loam, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl- baas, phone 23, Algona. 16-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 35c. . s 34-tf Does Your Subscription Expire OCTOBER 1st? Check Your Expiration Date Today, and Send Remittance , • . ' ' - '•'ai^P^ : " " '•'• - .''•-'' "'' Promptly. All Papers are Stopped when. Time i» out. • ; Doh't MUs a Copy ! -; ..., . . , •':.„.;;-..*..--; :.;..;: .-^; .... .... ,.'.;, /, .^ Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite* Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-tl IF YOU NEED a rubber 8tarni for any purpose, you can order their at "Che Algona Upper Des Mobuu. BOo and up, ' / W»4J YOU NO DOUBT would like to have a new car. "Who wouldn't"? Let's whip the Jap* Brat, The <jW car ca« .be mad& to look and'run like new at Allen Motor <?o-, 1*0 No. Thorington, Algona. 38 We plenty Service Your and 0*r»*e, to Zprone, el . It to with sincere th^mb* that we express our appreciajtioR for the Ifce lovely ftpra} tribute* kindly ao|« *>n* in the tfe* of <Wj 1, J. Ctodjf a Family. at «M W» friends turned out SO during .our re- The Following New Rate* Are Now in Effect 1 Year in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper ___-,_--_--_ ------ ______ _$2.00 Both Algona Papers ____________ „-- ---- _____$3.00 6 Months in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper , — _---, ----------- „ - -. — $1.25 Both Algona Papers ___}___,,- — ---,---_- — -$2,2^ The above prices are also in effect' for the bordering postoff ices at Armstrong, Bode, Btritt, Buffalo Center, Oorwith, Cylinder, 3B1- more, Hardy, Hutching, Liyermore, Ottosen, Bake, Ringsted, Rodman, Sttlson, [West Bend and Woden. Outside Kossuth 1 Year— Either Papi? _„ yj j. „ . 1 Year— Both P^per* _-- T ,--_6 Months— Either Paper _V— — 6 M<mth»^ioth Paper* •-,»„-•*,•„,, — .„„,.,', .$8.80 5ub*cription* by the Month, 25c | These Priceg ttanjcea Receive^ Which DP Re^^ The Algona Upjfer Des Moines ^j^FT ^P* "^^ ,\ * f *,'$$*• .-"'•.•,*.• ,; The Kossuth County Advance *JfJi . .. . ' '_ „"?-!.¥ .f ^_ . i , ^^ ' » i'

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