Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1939 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 2, 1939
Page 11
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PAGE EIGHT Twenty Years After THE BAPTIST CHURCH was (o "demobilize" Its war service flag la a special service, and soldiers were Invited to attend. NEWSPAPERMEN in the seventh (federal reserve district were to attend a Chicago meeting at government expense, Publicity plans for a. Liberty Loan drive were to be explained. Gen. Leonard Wood was to be speaker, The Liberty loan was the fifth, and since the war was over It was feared that the public would not respond, hence plans for greater publicity. * * * * !DR. CLARE CLAPSADDLE, Just back from overseas, was to local at Tltonka. 'He now practices 1 Missouri, and his brother Guy 1 still at Burt. MELZAR HAGKJARD had reelected to the school board only candidate. •*»•*.... GEO. E. JOHNSON had btught "the shoe hospital" from Albert Potratz. - • • -r • • * * * BANCROFT boosters were circulating a petition for paving or the main street. It was to be 20 j ears before hopes of the boosters would be realized. DAYLIGHT *SAVING time been the had WARD BARNES, then, as now editor of the Eagle Grove Eagle had visited Algona, and on goin, •home had published a compliment nry story about the town and Its people. THE WAR RISK bureau of the government had written to P. M Barslou, Bancroft attorney, in praise of his work In the war, and had asked a full report. A POSTHUMOUS DAUGHTER born to T - nVi.i.. ~w.« LU j.. j^, vreuuari, Whittemore. The father had died of the flu in the fall. LYLE BLACK* Lone Rock, had surprised his parents, on arrival from overseas, by revelation that He had been hit by a bullet which Pierced his neck and-one shoulder. Liberty loan war was to come to Algona for a several hours stay. A .special 1sudfl ' om the Great not been received well that eeason. iumboldt merchants were ng under old time, heeding « titlon from farmers. Trouble the schools was fleen at Swea * * * * ALGONA was then, a» now, slort KOSSUTH SUGAR BEET FARMERSJJET THEIRS Checks amounting to |38,000 hav«.been mailed from the county agricultural coneervatidn office to 108 Koseuth farmera as benefit E^^'lTigJfSdS », fn^ be£i ' bene *H Payments for M? 1 QI QA program amounting to $21,191,94 were paid to 49 frow- Secretary Janvrin explaina that Mymente About 70 ne _ALGONA^_10WA__ Wolfe. Expected to <jet Home" . most of the n Courts, San .Antonio Tex u * * • • HOLTZBAUER, 'are vho 10W — -•—"- V»»»*M., **o> AtwrVf D 1U1 li of houses, and it was said that at least 60 were needed to take of the demand from outsiders wanted to live here. deputy district court cierkThad turned from Washington, D. ^, where she had worked for the government during the war. Irma Richardson and Mabel Peterson' were still in government employ' there, and Miss Peterson Is there yet. FROST * « » * GOING OUT of or naval training statbn wa^ to accompany it and give a drill on '"'!? MM??' wlth a 3 °-P ] ece band, exhibition were to be guns and ew whippet" battle tank. Such KS weighed six tons and were powered by G2-hor S e,power moTon I THE FIRST KOSSUTH post of' r "^ war veterans was to beo?- be ef- ground had caused many grave,™ oads to become almost Impassable, and the annual demand avlng was again rife. - .--«.••,,_• n&u coini home from France, after seym, months, as war nurse. In Frahce she had a double mastoid ope^a- BEN F REED had died ing two strokes. He was 71, I re- fected! ° rganlzatlon - -™. *i W ,» && | j_ £ JI M nols-born In 1848, The family came here in 1858, and he attended Al gona college. Later he was gn,d- ua ed from the law school of ?he university in 1873, then opened a law of ice in Algona. He was ho v- ever, not long active In' the' pr tice. For ten years he served S°H™^_ superintendent. When standard. WEEK at the Chrischilles Store Week. For days printed of Vanta powder h-- and batute ^i^^Sc^^a 1 ^ "uii.. romrtioi** •»A»»^A—— •_ j i *f . r *» an< * a complete Rift item.., «uch a. soap In addition, we also stock unusual noveltie. such a. plakiea (rattle.), non- breakable divided plate, and cup., electric bottle .warmers, thermo. cases "/or keeping food warm, fork and spoon sets, animal toy., comb and brush •et., baby thermometer., k">aby record book, and [ tot water bottle.. ^. Atrf Y * LUSBY'S Store IIIHIIIIIKIIKIIIl! AH Olft Items Attractively Wrapped

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