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Mttaw, *]»««., Ann, July M, IMS US. W, A. PLANS ACTIVE CAMPAIGN FOR SERVICE MEN Local Unit Will Sponsor Many Projects Toward Aid and Entertainment For Our Fighting Sons The local unit. United Service Women is planning on a very active campaign during the coming fall and. winter to provide aid and entertainment for the boys in the armed fordes. And especially is the local group interested in the project to give aid and comfort to the wounded boys now coming •home and many of whom are as- Signed to care in the Clinton hospital. According to Mrs. D. D. Monlux, president of the local unit, efforts will be made here to •supply life raft and sub-chaser kits, and these involve much work and co-operation on the part of helpful citizens. Life Raft Kits A life raft kit contains a mirror, small pocket book size, fish hooks, lines and reels, prepared bait, safety pins, gauze bandages, scissors, tweezers, wooden handled War Victory Hemp Notes (By Kinsey & Elston, Mgrs.) Jtnives, Oral thermometers, 1M> to 3 in. bandages, sterile cotton, 1, 2, 3 inch adhesives, wooden or metal beauty kits and triangular bandages. They should also contain Sulfadiazine tablets. Sulfa- diazine ointment 5%, Sulfathiazole tablets and sterile shaker envelopes, sterile crystalline Sulfanili- mide and all surplus medications, surgical and dental instruments. For sub-chaser kits — splinter forceps, artery clamps, scalpels, probes, grooved director, hemostats and suture needles. For Camps, Hospitals Needed for camps and hospitals are miniature pianos on castors, radios, phonographs and musical instruments. It is the intention of the local group to work toward the securing of many of these items, especially for the boys who • are now wounded patients in the Clinton hospital. For Willing Workers Workers will be needed to help fulfill the extensive program sponsored by the U. S. W. Membership in the group is not necessary for anyone who is willing to work. Women will gather every Friday afternoon at the Legion hall, Algona. Those unable to put in time there may take the work to their homes. Wanted are wool pieces, cotton and wool blankets, heavy white bed spreads, feathers, ticking, bright cretons, gay prints, old .sheets, old shirts in white and pastel colors. They should be washed and cleaned before turned in. Handkerchiefs will be made from the backs and sleeves of the •shirts and pillow slips, from the The question has bfceh : a'skcd many times, does any unpleasant odor develop in ot; about a hemp plant, during processing period. Our answer is no. We,, visited plants in Wisconsin while in operation and there is no odor whatever inside buildings or' Where hemp is' stacked.- Coal is not used in hemp plants lo furnish power, therefore no dirty black smoke will issUe from the smoke stack. Hurds from the waste straw is used as fuel. Hurds make excellent 1 bedding for dairy barns, hog houses and .•hicken houses. Excess hurds will be available to growers of hemp. Leo Hartman, vice president of the Atlas Hemp Mills, Inc., of Juneau, Wis., will verify the statement that hemp stubbles will not damage tractor tires any more, or not as much, than corn stalks or bean stubble. Mr. Hartman grew up with the hemp industry in Wisconsin and is one of the best authorities on hemp growing and processing in this country. After harvesting of the oat crop, meetings will be held at various places in this area, at which time members of each harvest ring will be asked to select a man to take charge of and operate the harvesting machine in each ring. All questions pertaining to hemp and processing will be answered in this column. All employes at the hemp plant will be expected to subscribe for a certain percentage of their salary to be set aside for the purchase of war bonds. Watch this column weekly for hemp notes and hemp plant activities of interest to the growers and the public. Lieut. Stanley Moore Makes Plying Visit Lieut. Stanley Moore, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Moore of San An tonio, Texas, paid a short visi Sunday to his Algona relatives the Haggard, Falkenhainer anc Murtagh families. Stanley, who i a flying instructor at Perrin Field midway between Sherman and Denison, Texas, flew, up in his pursuit plane in company with two other planes on a routine flight tb Des Moines, Stanley coming on to Algona for the day. Stanley, who has been an Algona summer' visitor each 'year since he was a little boy, lias be'en n the aviation branch of service for nearly two, years,. He was given his wings six or eignt months ago with the,rank of second lieutenant, and has lately been iromoted to the first lieutenancy. ie and another aviator lately had a narrow escape from death when their plane crashed while trying to make the Tulsa, Okla., airport. Stanley's friend, who was at the controls, found it was impossible to keep the plane in the air when the engine began missing. They landed in a large field of high weeds which perhaps saved their lives. Although the plane turned bottom side up and was wrecked, the only injury suffered were Bruises and a scalp wollrid to* Stanley's friend. Just before leaving Sunday evening Stanley did. a few thrilling stunts which indicated that he was well up in all of the flying tricks. Irvington Township Center School To Be Re-Opened this Fall Irvihgton—The annual meeting of the Irvington township school joard was held recently at the McGregor street school. Armor jemkee, board president presided, t was voted that the center school n District No. 5 would be re- pened this fall, after being closed or some' time due to a lack of upils. Directors for the various chools elected at the March elec- ions to serve for the current year: •" '. 1, Sexton school, Joe Krieps; . 2, Nick Kinsch; No. 3, Frank McEnroe; No. 4, Alton Hurlbei-t; Jo. 5, Hugh Black;- No. 6, the chool being vacant there was no lection; No. 7, Gilbert Hardgrove; *o. 8, Clem Cunningham, and No. Irvington, Armor Lemkee. ttoftrd Proceeding faBC^^ Auditor's Office Alfconft, Iowa Juno 16, 1948 2:00 O'clock P. >M. Board of Supervisors hiet pumi tint to adjournment with. all mem berg present; Motion by McDonald and 2nd t>j Schram that Sub-Drainage Dlsirlo No. 1 of Drainage District No. 68 ho esta.bllshcd In accordance with the recommendation of tho engineers original report and the County Auditor Is directed to publish, notice of letting of 'Contract In the KosHuih County Advance for two consecutive weeks. Date of Letting Axed for 2:00 O'clock P. M., July 1st, 1943 (See Drainage Record -fdr Hesolu- tlon). Ayes: All. Nayes: None. Motion Helken and 2nd by Qulnn that C. O. Schnrbach be appointed Engineer on Sub-Drainage District No. 1 of Drainage District No. OS as provided by .Section 74f>8 of the 1939 Code of Iowa and that his bond be fixed 'at $500.00. Ayes: All. 130 Women- (Continued from Page One) Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, Zc per word; when charged, Sc per word. Jft> ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic put word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Good hay rack. L. A. Weber, Algona. 29* fronts. Remaining scraps will be cut into inch squares and used to fill pillows. Pillow cases will be made from sheets. Sewed carpet rags are also wanted, cut one inch wide. They ylso plan to make frac- 'ture and wheel chair pillows. Ann Fechner has said she will pequo all the handkerchiefs that may be brought to her. Mrs. Monlux, on behalf of the local organization, is asking for help and co-operation. The wounded boys are coming home and they are entitled to help and attention Jrom the home front. ing. Beginning on Tuesday of last week thirty women worked in the forenoon and another thirty in the afternoon. This obtained from Tuesday until Friday night. This pretty well covered all of the thousands of applications and on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week the job was finished by fifteen volunteers. The Volunteers We print the names of the women who volunteered to do this job. taken from the work sheets as turned into the rationing board office. They are Nell McCall, Edna Buthman, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, Mary Barry, Andra Rites, Goldie Guderinn, Elizabeth Spilles, L. FOR SALE—Seven brood sows to farrow in September. Also one yearling Hereford. One springing cow. Melvin J. Faber, Algona. 29* FOR SALE—Steel mill with 50-ft. tower, good as new. $50. U. A. Dreesman, Lakota. 29* FOR SALE —Used small grand piano in excellent condition. Price $395. Les Reed Music Co., 108 N. Delaware, Mason City, Albert Bleich, 77, Given Birthday Party At Wesley Sunday Wesley—Albert Bleich was hon- 'Ored Sunday at a birthday party at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Tom Forburger, where he makes his home. All of his children and their families were present. They •were Mr. and Mrs. (Katherine) Lewis Minnehan and two sons of Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich and children and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bleich and baby of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich and family of Miller; Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich and family of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. (Rena) Will Houdek and family of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. (Ann) Sylvester Carman of Stilson. Also Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and Joan of Sexton; Pfc. Albert Grandjanett, who is home from the war zone on a month's furlough, following a siege of malaria; Marcelle Nedved of Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Amsden of Sumner, Iowa. Mr. Bleich's 18 grandchildren and one great- grandchild, Joan Krieps, also attended the party. Mr. Bleich reached his 77th birthday Thursday, July 22. The group enjoyed a picnic dinner on the Forburger lawn. _j£ . Lt. Col. Fairbanks Family at Burt Arriving here in a twin motored army plane Sunday morning, Lt. •Col. L. J. Fairbanks, Wendgate, Utah, was taken to Burt where he visited until Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, and his wife and three children. On Tuesday evening his aunt, Mis. R. M. Wallace, of this city, entertained in his honor at the Algona hotel. ixyfcffy i fyff8^^ I Hospital News General Hospital July 16—Mrs. West Bend, girl. John Mersch, July 17—Lorene Keller, West Bend, surgical; Margaret Price, Algona, surgical. July 20—Mrs. Fritz Pierce, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Frank Stratton, Algona, surgical. July 19—Mrs. Harley Hanson Algona, boy. Kossuth Hospital July 14—Jeanette Becker, Burt tonsilectomy and adenoids; Mrs Orville Anderson, LuVerne, boy Ed Wichtendahl, West Bend, medical. July 15—Thomas Gary, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids; Rose Ellen Ditsworth, Bancroft, tonsilectomy and adenoids. July 17—Mrs. R. A. Winter, Lakota, boy. July 20- - Charlene Schroeder, jLakota, tonsilectomy and adenoids; Mrs, Theodore Goeders, Algona, medical; Mrs. C. C. Shar- Jach, Algona, medical. Etherington, Mrs. N. E. Hciter, Elizabeth Galbraith, Nellie Galbraith, Ruth M. Fraser, Haze! Sccly, Tommye Lynch, Dorothy Rassieur, Mrs. Helen Huber, V. M. Tribon. Velma Olson, Jane Cretzmeyer, Bertha H. Cretzmeycr, Mrs. M. G. Norton, Zelcla M. McGuire, Mrs. Loren Brown, Pearl Potter, Alma Nelson, Mrs. R c iy W. Anderson, Mildred Fraser. Minnie B. Long, Irene Griffin. Josephine Wolcott Mrs. Belle Moore, Mae Anderson, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, Mrs. Dorance Greer, Esther Lavrenz, Mary E. Fraser, Edythe Brundage Anna Roelfs, Esther M. Will, Christine McCullough, Mrs. Ray Norton, Emma Spongberg, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, Mrs. Henry Guderian, Shirley Arns, Maude L. Free, Eva M. Corey, Mrs. Donald C. Arns, Mary Carter, Mae Anderson, Mrs. John McEnroe, Mrs. Hal Cowan, Jean Murtagh, Mrs. Eva Wille, Ella Lewis, Dorothy D. Pierce, L. E. Norton, Laura C. Palmer, Vicioria Evans, Mrs. A. R. Moulds, VIrs. A. Granzow, Vernice Geilen-' feld, Mrs. Ed Wolcott, Mrs. Lela "Jardner, Ruth H. Gorr, Bertha Vlichel, Mrs. W. H. Rockey, Eila E. Zumach, Meredith Raney, Genevieve Sterling, Mrs. J. A. Fraser, ~Uhel Colwell, Beth Annis, Emma )oddington, Lucia J. Wallace, Helen Dickinson, Clara Sankey Mae Anderson, Marvel McDowell Stella Mae Breen, Bertha E Godfrey, Florence Fuller, Alma Nelson, Polly Zender, Lora Raney Violet K. Miller, Dorothy Dewe'l O. Becker, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mabel V. Samson, Mrs. Rose Maahs, Fern Briggs, Ardis Kresensky, Elsie Reed, Lillian Granzow, M, Sandberg, Delia Welter Evelyn Dau, Claris Kresensky Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, Mrs. W. C Irelan, Mrs. Orin Spalding, Pauline Zender, Mrs. Steve Burke, Genevieve Sterling, Mabel Paxson, Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. H. Lampright, Mrs, A. E. Lauritzen, Mrs. W. H. Rockey. Rationing Board Grateful Wen French, chairman of the local rationing board, said Wednesday, while high in praise for the fine work the women had accomplished, "If it hadn't been for the swell response to our plea made by these Algona women the issuance of the "A" books would have taken a month. In fact the ration board personnel couldn't have done it even in that time. It was certainly a fine gesture on the part of these patriotic women to come out and help put over this immense undertaking on the home front. In every instance their cooperation was given with a free hand and generous heart. I only wish that we might have some more definite gesture to show our appreciation than a' mere thank you." During the processing Ed Capesius, Judge G. W. Stillman, Mel Falkenhainer, Don Smith and Frud Kent also helped by giving of their time during several periods. W Farm Sales Picking Up In Kossuth It will be noted that the change of ownership in Kossuth farm lands has been on the increase the past month. Two sales were closed by Hutchison & Hough the past week when the 320 acre farm in Eagle township was sold bv Stella Sisson, Col ton, Calif., to J. M. Thoreson and Frank Steiner for $31,000 cash. The buyers are hardware merchants in Armstrong. The Mielke Estate 160 acre farm in Lotts Creek township was sold ;o John and Herman Preesen, Whittemore, for $2Q,QOO cash. Iowa. 29-30* FOR SALE—A second hand Dodge in good running order. Write Ben Morse, Humboldt. 29* FOR SALE — Team of geldings, seven and eight years old. Walter Fandel, Whittemore. 2P/30 S WANTED—Hatchery flocks of all breeds. Write or phone, SWEA CITY HATCHERY, SWEA CITY, IOWA. Phone 35. ' 29-34 WANTED—42 to 48 ft. grairTeTer vator. Harley Hanson, Algona. Phone 161, St. Benedict. 29* WANTED—Girl for Saturday and Sunday work. Inquire at Rosedale Cafe. 29-30 For Rent FOR RENT—Office room in Haggard & Peterson building. See June Corey or J. W. Haggard. 29* Lost-Found FOR SALE—Pullet chicks 10 to 12 weeks old, in the following breeds, White Leghorn, White and Barred Rocks, White Giants, Black Australorps and White Wyan- dottes. Priced right. Phone, write or come in and see us. SWEA CITY HATCHERY, Svvea City. Iowa. Phone 33. 29-34 FOUND—Wrist watch at swimming pool Sunday afternoon. Owner identify watch and pay for this ad. Call at 211 Lowe St. 29* Miscellaneous PUBLIC DANCE—Saturday, July 24. Doors open at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone welcome. Admission 35c plus tax. Don Bormann and his Peppy Five Orchestra. Sponsored by the Theatre Group. 29-SS On motion Board mljourned lo 8:00 O'clock A. M., June 29, 101,1. Ayes: All.' J. H. Fraser, Chairman. U J. Immerfall, County Auditor: Auditor's Office AlKona, Iowa Juno 29, 3943 9:00" O'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors m-et pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd b Heikon that the following: Boer an Cigarette Portal Is and Bonds b approved: Sidney Wnllburg, Cigar ette Permit and Bond; 1'. J. Wai dron, Clg-aretto Permit and Bond Harold- McDonnell, Cigarette Perm! and Bond; Ira W. Hansen, CIgarelt Permit and Bond; Paul Ernst, Clg ai-utto Permit and Bond; Wm. Ham mer, Cigarette Permit and Bond Nick Glngler, Class "B" Beer Per mil and Bond and Cigarette Perm! and Bond; Cecil O. 73alley, Class."B' Beer Permit and Bond and Cigar ctta Permit and Bond; Wm. B. De vine, Class "C" Beer Permit am Bond; Mrs. Mary McKenna, Class "B" B«er Permit and Bond and Cigarette Permit ai:d Bond. Ayes: Ail Motion by Helken and 2nd b> Schram that Fraser be appointed to make necessary repairs on tho following Drainage Districts No. 9 and Joint H.K. No. 2. Ayes: All. Alotlon by Qulnn and 2nd by Schram that McDonald be appointed to make Jieccssary repairs on Drainage District No. 51. Ayes: All. Mot lor, by McDonald and 2nd by Helken that Qulnn be appointed to make necessary repairs on th p following Drainage District No. 7? und No. S:i. Ayes: All. Motion by Schram and 2nd by Qulnn that Helken bo appointed lo make necessary repairs on the following Drainage Districts No. 82 and No. 90. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Qulnn that the resignation of Carl S. Pearson as Deputy County Auditor be accepted as of July 1st, 1943. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and 2nd by McDonald that the appointment of Klnora A'olgt as Clerk In the Recorder's Office be approved and sal- States . . O, Bourn*, . C. W* ' Unjgd Kemveth 'cVrdoV, ' b$ ' ! ! I '/f Don Christ, bty. >.'.,...„, icennfltli Baiimfthti, bty. V, KossUlh Go\|iuy Psrm J3\i; «rcatl, ftpprop, ,,..,.,.,.; Wm. A. Marty, quaK e*p.. , BnrI W. Daniels, ajilttry inspection ......... ; ,,,-.. ling &. Miiekey, sun, H. ,r. Braley, Bd. of Bd , tlon Mtg ....... ........ s. Myrtle Jordan, Bd. of Kdti- Klrhy Smith,,. Bd, of.'lBdu- catlon Mtgr: ifell-.odlst CHurch, rent Mrs. Peterson, 8th O Ifixnms Ot-ade 0.1). Hart, Bd. :of Kdtica- tlon Mtg. .,:,.,' . Cllpto I,oosel tehf Co., school sup. ....-'. Metropolitan Supply Co.V school sup. , 24.0 ,'41.8 67,? ; ».i ll 12 416.8 1..6 28.91 -. 6.8! 1.41 . 2.00 ii V3.66* 1.06 3.50 3.00 1.60 6.03 20.02 '"••"""* raujf , , 2U.U.J lacmlllan Co.,. school sup. 27.87 302.50 1(11.01 FOR SALE—Good using dining room table with six extra leaves. Small used breakfast set, complete with four chairs. Used Stork- line bathinet. Gamble Store. 29 STARTED LEGHORN Pullets— Nutrena Chick Mash,, growing mash, laying mash and pellets. Wellendorf Hatchery. 29* ary be set at $85.00 per month beginning as of July 1st, 1943. Ayes' All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Qulr.n that the Semi-Annual Itepor of C. W. Pearson, County Treasurer l)e approved and that the County Auditor be directed to publish sanu In ll-.o Official County newspapers >yons & Carnahnn, school sup ; icott Poresman Co., school sup Clfpto I/oose ' Leaf Co., School SUP. , : , .riierlcan Book Co., school sup ;.... low Peterson Co., school sup rtcCormlck Mathers Co., School sup , 'ollett Pub). Co., school sup Inn & Co., school sup.'.. L. W Singer, school sup. .. , ' COUltT FUND Matthew C. Orler, court reporting Frances D. Amspoken, court 3.90 20.01 19.4.1 10.40 10.08 Slog tfdrt Dodgd Co., sup... 2. Arnold Motor sup. Co., sup. 104. Dutchs Sitpef Service, B'un. Lolsrhlbn- sftpply CO.,- sup... .It R. fiohUUer, Imp)., sup.', . Distributing Co., .t . oU Thompson . ....... . , ...... .... Farmets Coop, Soc., sup. • • Algona Imp). Co., sup ..... GlbbSi'Cook Tractor Co., sup. General AUto Electric Co., sup. 2.8 6 9.S 86,6 , 6.6' 10.7i 21.4! 14.0: 7.17 80.48 SUP,,....,,,, :.., 80.4! j; M.'Blanchard, sup. ..... 88.4! Kohlliaas Hardware, sup. Dick Battrta, sup. i......... JO. ATI. 'Coop. Oil Co,, slip.. Banoroft on Co., sup. ;— Peerless Oil Co., sup. .... Royal ,V400" OH Co., sup,,. Dukehaft tfugl.es Tractor Co., sup. Barker Drug Store, sup. •.. C. S. Johnson, sup Funk •;& Delrn, sup Alghn'a . Insurance Agency, . pr.eihlUiii 'enlral. State IDlectrlo Co., light serv. Northwestern Hell ffllc-- plforio Co., tele., serv. .. DKAINAOB FUND >aln. No. 4— Jullust Illll, labor George Looft, labor '. It. Montgomery,, labor .. Mike Rohlf, labor ohn Welch, labor Jraln No. 7— Jlck Baadc, labor J. H. Cooper, labor 3wlght Graham", labor .... Drain No. 12— George Looft, labor ohn Welch', labor Jraln No. 60—• 3eorgo Looft, labor ohn Welch, labor )raln No, 80— George Looft, labor i ohn Welch, labor 2.40 20.00 40.2 197.4T 281.0(1 516.98 128'.27 .28 .7!! 3.08 10.00 oc in "«•""' v» <--ivn, mi. "•JJiDraln No. 82— 4.64 R.40 3.00 5.40 9.00 3.00 7.60 5.00 7.50 12.00 12.00 21.00 21.00 42.00 42.00 Boiiftcker FV>Ocl Mkt., pf-ov. Fred C. ttuflttner, prov. .. Llndcg food Market. PW>v. Mitchells <Food Mkt., prbv. Smith Dopt. atore, prov. .. Hortike Store, prov. '...•... Hoods fiTupor value, proV. ,. L. R. • FIHtf, prov. .';..,,.'.., Wlifttemoro Klevntbr, fuel. V. V. Naudaln, fuel v LeRoy .Blbort, ftlol ....... Dr P O, Nelson, med. ,.., Drj C. H. Crctztneyer, inert. Dr. C. II. Crctzmeyer, mcd.. Dr. M. O. Bourne, mod. .... Dr. U. L. Cot-bin, mcd Dr. Bahno K, Bahnson, mod. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddlc, Ifled.., LuVerno Ph'm'Oy,'. mod. sup. 1 Barker Drug. Store, med. sup*. .. .. t..., 11... Kossnth ITosp., -hosp. caro Lllllat? Schenck, car« .... Mrs. Mlln Brlggs, citro Mrs.'Lloyd Stebhlns, care.. W. 0. .'McCullouglv, . .amb. 1 '' ' , 90.72 13.0 10.4 1 FOR SALE—1931 4-cloor Pontiac, clean. 2 Wheel trailer with larye box. I. H. C. pick-up baler with large motor and good oversize tires. Allis Chalmers 20-35 tractor, very good. Several plows. 2 5-ft. horse drawn mowers. 1 Rebuilt wagon box. 2 Gas engines. 2 Spring tooth harrows. New Pickup attachment for A. C. 60 combine. New hog waterers, feeders, hay bucks, discs, harrows planters, rotary hoes, pump jacks, endgate seeders and speed jacks. A Full Line of HONEYMEAD FEEDS on Hand. Get yours now. Tractolube oil and greases. Firestone farm tires. Twine, baling wire. Stock of repairs for Allis Chalmers and New Idea Farm Equipment. ORDER YOUR CORN PICKER REPAIRS NOW BRADLEY BROS. 29 So. Hotel Alffona Phone 714 BE COOL This Summer. Be Warm This Winter. Homeguard Insulation pays for itself in three years on fuel savings alone. Average cost for 5-room house only $140, including the labor and material. Gamble Store. 29 BUY SUPER QUALITY Cattle Spray for 97c per gallon at Gamble Store, 29 USED KIMBALL PIANO and bench. Must be sold immediately. Cash or terms. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa 29* FOR SALE—1941 Chevrolet 5-passenger coupe. Good tires. Write A. E. Lauritzen, 108 W. McGregor, Algpna. Phone 376-W. 29' N NEED MONEY to buy a farm? Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bids'. 24-33* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —A the new releases. Needles, al bums.—Kossuth Radio & Electri Algona, Iowa. l-i FOR SALE —Good roan draft mare. Seven years old. Alfred Jergenson. 29* FOR SALE — Foot-wide rough boards. 12 and 14 feet long. W, H. Bosworth, Algona. 29* FOR SALE—1939 Plymouth coupe. Good condition. Cowan & Son, Algona. 29 FOR SALE—1941 Ford 2-door sedan. Very clean. Kirk Auto Co., Algona. 29 FOR SALE—1941 Chevrolet special deluxe 4-door sedan. Fulb equipped. Very clean. Kirk Auto Co., Algona. 29 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-t SEE ME FOR Real Bargains if farms, loans, drainage surveyin and estimates on tile. — Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-1 HOME LOANS TO BUY, RE PAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18t: FOR SALE—1934 Plymouth coupe. Good tires and clean. Kirk Auto Co., Algona. 29 FOR SALE—15-30 tractor in good condition. John Deere power mower. 14 ft. I. H. C. disc. C. L. Bailey, Algona. 29* FOR SALE—29 Fine Used Cars. All makes and models. Just received another shipment of the cleanest, nearest to new cars in this part of the state. Better buy now. See us. We trade. W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. 29-30 FOR SALE—Cows. Inquire of C. Alig, Whittemore, Iowa. 29-30* Wanted KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box contains 50 sheets and 50 envelopes $1.10 a box. Army, Navy, Army and Navy Air Forces, Coast Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-u RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. n-tf WANTED—To buy 20 tons of good hay. Will take some timothy and clover, but mostly alfalfa. S, E. Noland, Algona. Phone 24J. 29* WANTED — Used band instruments. Send us complete description and price. Les Reed Music Co., 108 N. Delaware, Ma.- son City. 29-30* WANTED—Experienced livestock man, prefer with fat arid feeder lamb experience, to handle local order buying business. Start work immediately, full or part time. Write Box 69, Algona, Iowa. 29-30 WANTED—Desk size adding machine. Call Theatre. 29 FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.5.0. Algona Upper Des Mojnes. 9tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper ,Des Moines office, ICc each, 2 for 25c. 3-if IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-tf ADDING MACHINE Bolls for sale at the 'Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, J5c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each. ' for 35c. 34-tl GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tt FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets, Th* Algona Upper Des Moines. W.Algooa. 9-U 28* Motion by Helken and 2nd hj Qulrn tliat J. jr. Frasur, Clmirm;i.ii of tlie Donril, direct the fjocretur} to open iinil road sealed bids or County property advertised for Bale Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by McDonald that the bids be rejected after hearing from the Secretary. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by Schram that Board adjourn to July 1st, 1943, 9:00 O'clock' A. M. Ayes' All. , . . J. H. Fraser, Chairman. Ij. J. Immerfall. County Auditor. '. Auditor's Office Alerona, Iowa July 1st, 13-13 9:00 O'clock A. M. Hoard of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment wltlj all mein- i-H present. Motion by Helken and 2nd uy Qulnn that the following quarterly reports bo approved: Recorder's lie- port of Pees; Clerk's Report of FeeK; Auditor's Report of Fees and other collections and Sheriff's Report' to Board of Supervisors. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by Mo- Donald that Schram be appointed to make necessary repairs on the following Drainage Districts: No. 7 and No. 99. Ayes: All. Motion by Schram and 2nd by Helken that Qulnn be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drainage District Joint P.A.K. No. 1. Ayea: Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Qulnn that Heiken be appointed to make necessary repairs on the following Drainage Districts: No. 12, No. 00, No. 80, No. 82, No. 85, No. 88 and No, 166. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Helken that J-176.00 be accepted from Matt I^amuth as a compromise settlement In full for sums advanced by Kossuth County for caro and keep of Paul Lamuth while at Cherokee State Hospital and Kos- Hiith County Home. Ayes: All. Motion by Qulnn and 2nd by Schram that the date and place fo letting of Gasoline be as follows Gasoline letting; Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa, 2:00 O'clock P. M July 16th-, 1943: 150,000 gallons o gU!jyl|ne, Ayes: AIL ' Motion'by'Qulnn and 2nd by Mu- Donald that the suspended taxes or Lot 8 of Block 5, Buells 2nd Addition to tho Town of Hurt, Iowa, foi tlio years 1928, ]929, 1930, 1933, 193-1 1U35, 1936, 1937 and 1938 bo completely abated, together with interest thereon, as recommended by tho Town Council of the Town of Hurt, Iowa. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded lo audit and allow bills as "per Schedule of Claims Hereinafter Written. COUNTY" FUND W. W. Sullivan, P. M., pos- reporting CONSTRUCTION FUND H. M. Smith, salary ...... 133.2 Mrs. Mabel Rock, tiling . . 14 o S. 13. French Lumber Co., sup ........ ............. 97C 0 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., tax 'on freight 233.1 MAINTKNANCR FUND Harry Ilelmke, patrol .... 180.8 Arnold Wegner, patrol .... 123.7 Mllo Patterson,, patrol .... 126.1 Clifford 1 Holmes, patrol .... 1261 Peter Movlck, patrol ..... J26 1 Rasmie Hansen, patrol-... 121.3 Clarence; Hcntges, patrol .. 126.1 Wm. V. Gronbach, patrol .. 126.1' Toe M. Esser, patrol ..... 126.11 Bert Shellmyer, patrol ... 126.11 x D. McDonald, patrol .... 127.05 Ralph' Markla, patrol .... 126 K Archie Dodds, patrol . ..... 127.05 i. K. Falk, patrol ......... 125 6 1 " Oliver Young, patrol ...... 126.11 Urban Neuroth, patrol .... 126 1( A. J. Hlldman, patrol .... 126.11 John Stott, patrol ......... 120.10 /em Stockwell, patrol .... 126.K •v. F. Kchrader, patrol .... 122.4( loyal Sanders, patrol .... 121.35 ames M. Long, patrol ..... 121.35 Olick Hawk, patrol ...... 122.30 •Jdwarrt C. Ohm, patrol .. 71.47 lydo Sanders, patrol .... 127.05 ^erne Mollnder, patrol ... 126.10 toelf K. Miller, patrol .... 126.10 M Baker, patrol ....... '. . 12610 oe Welch, patrol .... ..... 126.10 '. Henry Johnson, patrol .. 22.00 3wlght Graham, patrol . . • 102 33 3lck Baiule, patrol ..... . 104.72 eorge F. Graham, patrol. 11897 . H. Cooper, -patrol' ...i... . & N W. Ry., freight .... City of Algona, light serv. Algona Implement Co, sup. Northwestern .Boll Tele-. phono Co., tele. serv. '... 17.04 C. W. Pearson, Trcas,, adv. ,• freight ............ ' ...... 7,17 105.20 568.43 31.03 41 64 Buffalo Center Lbr. Co., sup. Theo Dorcnbush, labor .... George Looft, labor R. Pomeroy, labor John Welch, labor ........ Drain No. 83— Otto Kenne, labor Drain No. 8G— George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Drain No. 88— George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Dick llnn.de, labor Drain No. 90— C. H. Cooper, labor Dwlght Graham, labor .... Drain No. 102— George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Drain No. Ill— Dick Baade, labor ., C. H, Copoer, labor Dwlght Graham, labor .... Drain No. ,116— Kay A. Mnrouln, labor .... Drain No. 166— R. L. Ltesener, labor I!. C. Scharlach, 'engineer .. George Looft, labor Drain- No. 166— J. B. Mayer, labor John Welch, labor 3ra|n W.K. No. 35-89— George Smith, labor A. R. Quamme, labor Drain H.K. No. 8— ' •hllllp Fourage, labor ..., : ' INSTITUTE FUND Into University of Iowa. sup Safah L. Young, sup. ..... laemlllari Co., sup. ....... lie Education Digest, sup. '. C. Heath Co., slip. Jnlverslty of Iowa. sup. ... LIBRARY FUND C. Heath & Co., sup. ... nstitute for Research, sup; inn & Co, sup 'ho National' Forum, sup.. Vntloch Bnokplate Co., sup. POOR FUND Inrvel pole, salary 01m Waldron, prov 11.0 16.8 6.0 12.1 6.0 22.5 18.6 18.6 9.6 9.6 7.6 7.R 7.EI 16.01 15.0f 5.0 5. Of 5.00 16.00 6.00 21.50 21,00 18.00 21.60 1.60 1 60 11.36 .76 3.00 8.18 6.00 2.33 6.00 9.35 7.50 4.02 4.50 3.00 97.60 63.91 Ernest Miller, rent ....... Lydla ftelrihttl't, rent '..'.,. George C. Johnson, rent .. D. D. Monlux, Agt,, rent ,. Whltteniore Twp. School District, rent ............ Department of Social Welfare, blind aid Vfarvel Dole, mlleapre .,•-... Consumers,' pr.ov. : '.. . . Jointly Farin-*\,. E. Stephens', llKht serv.. 13on Biikken, labor Roy- JjarsoJIi laljor 1 8. Johngbt?, ttrov. ;..;., T. L. Mallotf, shoe reps Iriiham Stbr«, clothiiifc .. Hub Clotl.fi&fs, clothing ... 3r. P. V, .lanse. medJ ...... Jr. C. II Cretem«!yor; J med,. C. D. Jamas, ;mod. sup Catherine ^ Park 1 , misc. exp. Funk Arnold Motor Slip,, "sup,' Mill. - Continent (Petroleum 15.90 3.00 24.50 26.00 19.68 • 14.00 . 3.00 2.7.6H 10.50 7-.00 9.00 , 14.25 Not All. 42.1)0 26.16 68.50 40.00 8.BO 16.05 3.0i» 46.00 •20.00 20.00 36.00 s.bo 8.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 do.oo 40.97 13.30 40.00 3S.OO 1115,04 8.3 B 6.83 D.I 7 29.00 •1.00 11.14 2;oo , . p. Blind Products, sup... 10.16 . & Delrrv 'sup. ...... .97 ; ' 17.11 Corp., sup Royal "400" $.31 yal "400" Oil Co., sup... 6B.G4 Algeria Green hriiise, sup. .. G.36 RRSOLVRD: Tllitt the County' Auditor Is hereby authorized to Issue warrents for all .bills allowed at. this mefitlng as "per Schedule of ' Claims .Hereinbefore Written.", On motion which was duly seconded and carried the Board ad- -'• journed Ib 2:00 O'clock P, M. Ayes: All. 3. H, Fraser, Chairman. L. J. Immerfall, • County Auditor. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa July 1, 1943 2:00 O'clock P. M. Board of Supervisors met purau- ant to adjournment with all members present. - • - . This being the day and -time set' jy the Board of Supervisors for tho etting to the lowest responsible Bidder, the contract for the work of ' •Excavating of the dltot.es In th» " Proposed Drainage Improvement cnown and designated, as 8ub> Drainage Dlstrct No. 1 of Drainage • District .No. 68 of Kossuth County, "owa. There being no sealed bids re- :elved at thtf. office of the County . Auditor of KoRsuth County; Iowa, up to 2:00 O'clock P. M. of this date- a motion was made by Helken anav "nd'by McDonald that the County Auditor be directed to ropubllsh Votlctf ot Letting of Contract In the ' "ossutlv County Advance for two orisecutlvc weekp and date of let- Ing be fixed for 8:00 O'clock P. M., uly 15, 1943. Ayes: All. Nays: On motion, which was duly »ec- nded and carried, tho Board ad- ourned to the call of the Auditor. ,T. II. Fraeer, Chairman. I* J. Immerfall, County Auditor. PIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ DRESS SALE] Chrischilles 16.03 24.34 6.75 tage IMly of Algona, light serv.' W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage Toe R Anderson, cobs .... Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tele. serv. .. Slriora" Volgt, salary Virginia Gregory, salary .. 3ertha 13. Johnson, salary. J. H. Fraser, comm. and session J. Htilken, comm. and session W. E. McDonald, comm. and session W. A,. Schram, comm. and "session , I89.4Q " F. Quinn, comm. and session M. A. Bartholomew, guard air port A. Newvllle, guard air port H. Ostwlnkle, del. tax col J. Cogley, mileage and invest, fees A. J. Cogley, board and lodge prisoners B. Lauritzen. travel exp. H. W. Miller, office exp. .. ugrusta Beltz. labor . B. McDonald, School of Instruction ;-... W. A. Schram, School of Instruction H, Fraser, School of Instruction J. Heiken, School of Instruction L. j, Immerfall, school of Instruction osella Volgt, School of Instruction ilma O Junkermeler, School of Instruction Ugona Upper Des Moires, board proceed, and sup.', dvanco Publ. Co., board proceed, and sup 108. 211.76 210.79 181.30 226.25 SO.OQ 97.80 185.76 24E.SO 20.45 20.45 36.25 37.SO . 7.65 2.82 2.62. 42.46 Begins Wednesday, July 2,1st | Every Seasonable Dress Reduced § for Quick Selling | This will probably be the only SALE of garments In our ready-to-wear depart- == meiit this season. It will take the place of our time-honored 2 for 1 gale which jj= • • has been_ discontin- . ^ . • S ued because of_ the war. The government asks that no v ^sales'' be advertised unless, garments have ACTUALLY BEEN EE- DUCED. E V E B ¥ SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS IN the STORE OVER $6.50, HAS BEEN REDUC* ED IN PRICE. Plenty of good staple n a v y s and early Spring dresses are here, as well as summer garments in juniors, misses, and women's size ranges. EVERY DRESS over $6.50 has been reduced. h Itonka Topic; printing- ... uVerna Neiys. printing .. pencer Typewriter Exch., repairs .' arlcer Drusfy Store, gup. ., ' 8.00 7.00 .61.50 23.05 3.66 120.49 •*'1.6S !•*» o.95 113.75 Just two price' ranges Ii», our "better" dresses, $8.95 a»a $13,76. The 18.85 ftile price incudes g»rm^wft8 up to $15.00 an4 the $13.75 includes dresses 'up to • :j ftB $a-siry«ra «m $ee thut savings are jjJiftcwt ta greatt as under piw I amoun % for 1 sale. But a,lJ sma-, wer sheers, putefcer Up* ens, suitings, 4Jig| QJJ SAWS AT? RlWCPtt PRICES. TbistetbeONi AND ONLY PAW THIS SEASON. Take a4vantage of jt,. Buy now for this season- .£!.<

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