Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1942 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1942
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PAGE TWO EXCHANGE PICKUPS —Recent 1941 motor vehicle Jjital accident state map showed seven killed in Kossuth, two in Emmet, seven in Palo Alto, none in Humboldt, one in Winnebago, two in Hancock. — In Emmet county in 1940, 360 marriage licenses; in 1941, only 145. Reason for cutdown: new Iowa law. — Jens, Carl, and Lawrence Mogensen, Swea City, enlisted in the navy last week. Brothers. KOSSUTH r.miNTV ADVANCE. AlflONA. IPWA .JANUARy Wesleyans Wed 25 Years ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED AT THE HOME Wesley, Jan, 21—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig celebrated their Pat Cruise, returned Sunday to her home at Vermillion, S. D. Six weeks ago, when she fell critically sick, she was'brought to Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she remained a few weeks, since which she had been at the parental Jack Cruise's, near Britt. Her father is not well. Surprise for Mrs. Hauplly— Mrs, William Hauptly was taken by surprise Sunday, when relatives arrived to help her was at 500, and Mrs. Jos. Smith, consulted Rochester docs, will go back soon. Dad Pat Cullen, Zender clerk here, recent army air corps enlistee. —Kossuth Rebekahs are due to attend a 14-county rendezvous at Eagle Grove April 24. —To publish personal property tax lists in Iowa would be considered invasion of privacy, but Minnesota law requires publication in local papers. Food for gossip. —Titonka girl, 11, went home lugging 24-lb, chunk coal found silver wedding anniversary Sun-1 celebra te a birthday. A chicken day, and ^ three-course dinner dinner w i t h all trimmings, was at ^ the home to 22 served a « t noon Attending: the ^ re ^ Benteles, Swea City; the Jack Kutcharas, St. Benedict; and the Frank Bleichs. Mrs. Hauptly received many gifts. New Managers for Grocery— The rooms over the postoffice are being redecorated for the oc- - Wi Buffalo Center, winning high for both men and women. Mr. ana Mrst Lickteig, whd were married at St. John's church, Greeley, Kans., came to Iowa in 11121, and have been, Wesley (vicinity residents 12 ] cupanc y or ivir. ana mis. L,. »Y. years. They were on the A. A. McCann and their niece, Hazel Studer farm ten years. Recently they bougit the John Killian farm southwest of Wesley. There a:-e seven children: Albert, marr .ed and living at Wesley; Private Edward, Camp Warden, Wash; Hugh, Theresa, Mar- Thomas, at jorie, Robert, and home. .ests The gudsts included the John in street. Said everybody must ? nd ,y rbal l ^' ckte i g ,t' RuTth conserve , , T , for defense. Figured he . Mr - and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, . coal worth 12c, but Dad jewed and^ the Sijiiths. her down to lOc. """" Mrs. Albert Eisele, of Blue The occEsion was also the 29th wedding amiversary of the John Lickteigs, and both couples re- Earth, joint author with husband ceived many gifts, of farm column used by many I j papers, was interviewed over Farewell for Ihe Slrickers— WCCO Monday afternoon. Husband former Whittemore farm boy. The G. j Strickers were given a farewell 'surprise Sunday evening by their 500 club and other neighbors, 'and 500 was played at six tables. Ruth Mary Eisenbacher won high; Mrs. Strieker, L,«nV —Livermore Gazette's 41- years-ago column last week reported organization Twentieth, , T , ,Century club by women. It's still f . con f I j' unch , _. _- t . , going. friends was served. The Strick- ers will move to a farm near —New Estherville bike ordi- Clear Laktj soon, and Mr. and Mrs. Robei't Gross will have the farm whei'e the Strickers now nance: registration biennially; 25c fee; lOc transfer fee; police inspection, can't park on sidewalks in front business buildings, can't tow, can't carry passengers except on rear seats. —Em'burg high school youth live. Downs Son is Baptized— A son tjorn to Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dowtis at the Kossuth hos- Woods, Ames, now operating the store recently purchased by the R. & H. Grocery Co. from the A. M. Kunz estate. Seeks a Defense Job— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neuhring went to Omaha Monday, and the former was to seek employment at a government plant. If no work is available there, they planned to go to Baltimore, Md., where Arthur worked last year. Preston Chapin Home Again— Preston Chapin has been taken home. He had been at his niece Mrs. Arlo Dawson's since release from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had a major operation. He still has help for his farm work. Whittemore Family Comes— Mr.- and Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher, Whittemore, and six children have moved to the Mrs. Rose Lloyd house here,' and Roman is now second man at the local locker plant. Jos. Studer is first man. Rural Carrier Laid Up— George Aldrich, rural mail carrier here, began a three- months layoff Monday ordered pital Thursday, January 8. was i by his physician. His brother --- „ ------ , . . has been nicknamed 'Wrong- Way | baptized bv the Rev. L. N. Klein Guy is substituting on George's f^n - »*T'1 rfr\rt * "D1 II^T! »•» rr Itnn1.. n 4"U , 11 J!_~ in. ••• v l •. i . . — - . Corrigan.' Playing basketball for Em'burg at Humboldt, he tossed the ball into Humboldt's basket. —Recoil kicked him over every time, but Billy Kass, 14, was the mipht.y Renwick hunter among adults recently out for jacks. Bagged three at St. Joseph's church Sunday route, and named Dpuglas David. Mr. and Mrs. sponsors. foxes and and two. Gp<jrge Kplch were Mr. and Mrs. Downs other child, Sharlene. Firemen's Ball Success— The local firemen cleared $150 an annual dance last Thurs- have a Thursday this week Mrs. Downs and the'new baby d ^ y , night ; u . The y were brought home Saturday. " "' * Family Coming From Goodell— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith, celebrate its golden anniversary Saturday, February 14. —Brownie, 19, Goldfield dog owned by garage firm, lay down resignedly at the shop's rear two smoker night. Ex-Teacher Here Weds— ^^ iuiiii Irene Geishecker, lately mar- two mil'es'n'orth'of 7own"now"oc- ried to George Shanley, Webster cupied by the Adrian De Wards, Cli y Postmaster, is a former and will mpve to it March 1 The , Wesle y public school teacher. —West Bend's creamery will F oodel .V h ^ ve rented the farm t _i j -i » •. . " TiiTrt milae? VI^IT^M .-.-P 4-n*i»-i «,-.•... __ Smiths livejd on a home place at the edee cjf Goodpll which was recently sold at $110 acre. Mr. Other Wesley "News. Mrs. Ann Sewereiki, of Story ... ^ — „ w .^^ w**V£S U 4. V_ CUl L W W i -~— •— •• »*J w*\*. tt I* HJJ.HJ Gl^AC, J.VJ.1. , , '*1T T ,-.-----. v •weeks ago, expired quietly, hav- Smith is a! brother of Mrs. Leo Cltv ' Vlslted at her daughter Mrs ing achieved unusual dog's age. Bleich. The DeWards will move Sam Alne>s over the week-end to a farm near Woden. —Swea City Herald, $2 a year, is offering 50c in defense stamps to boys and girls who get parents to renew subscriptions, dollar's worth for new subs. —Extended time for Kossuth truck drivers to renew licenses will expire January 31. —Roy Fretto, 24, Badger, recently enlisted in army, had his first train ride when sent to Des Momes for physical examination. —The wife of Donald M. Nelson, new national war production czar, is a former Fort Dodge girl — Helen Engledue. —The D. E. K. (Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth) rural electric co-op,' O. L. Thoreson, Swea City, member Kossuth AAA, president, now has nearly 1500 patrons. — Hufhboldt ministerial association has adopted resolution urging church people to buy nothing Sundays and on secular days patronize business houses which close Sundays. —Red Cross drive chairman called on Spencer farmer busy at bam. Farmer jicked up wood slab 4x8 inches, wrote check on at, check cashed by bank. —To save on tires and repairs Garner grocers have restricted deliveries to two a day; Story City, one a day. — Lu Verne's Farmers State bank, a comparatively new institution, has reached footings exceeding $265,000. Directors- H *•. Sorensen, J. O. Marty, G S Tumi "A" A (A1 ? ona >. Lawrence Miller, A. A. Schipull, J. A Nelson (cashier). — W. Ear] Hall, Mason City G - rtr n £T g ] ng ed i tor ' is stin bci "g ° raf .^ d . fOT . addresses on his south American Carnegie foun datum round-up, will fp ea k a 11 P^T Bureau co St. Paul, January 31. ~ Juniors to Stage Play— Sam Alne's over the week-end. Another daughter, Mrs. Silas Espe, and the latter's husband, brought her here and went on to Practice lias begun on a junior Blue Earth for a visit with a sis- play, Red-Headed Stepchild, to ter of Mr. Espe. be presented soon. In the cast An all day home project meet- are Ruth Forburger, Mary Jane j ing for leaders was held last Hauptman,; Irene Loebig, Carmel and Therejsa Lickteig, Arlene Studer, Helen Arend, Stella Lloyd, Dwjght Wagner, Gerald Studer, Edw. C. Johnson, and Everett Acjcerson, Helen Schneider is coaching. Hospital Patient Goes Home- Mrs. E. B. Meyer, the former Thursday at Mrs. Orville Smith's 12 women attending and preparing a meal at noon. The lesson was on how to cook frozen foods. Mrs. Victor Loebig and Mrs. Henry Haverly are the leaders. Mrs. Albert Gerrard will be hostess to her 500 club Thursday. The Study club will meet at Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter's the same day, CHEVROLET invites the millions of patriotic, forward-looking Chevrolet owners-and, in fact, all motorists-to join with Chevrolet dealers in a great national "CAR CONSERVATION PLAN" and Mrs. AL Wagner and Mrs. Arlo Dawson will give a lesson on American Music. A home project all-day meeting for the leaders in 14 townships will be held at Mrs. Henry Sherman's next Tuesday with Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks in charge. Five follow-up meetings are to be held. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum, Ayrshire, called at the Edw. .George, and Tony Hildman homes Sunday and attended the E. J. Titus golden wedding anniversary at Britt. Mr. and Mrs.'Vee Mullin visited at Gordon Carpenter's, Emmetsburg, Sunday. Chuck Kraus, who attends college at Ames, spent the week-end here at his parental home. The local Legion Auxiliary held the third of a series of four afternoon card parties at the hall Saturday. Mrs. Alf Studer won high. Mrs. J. L. Studer was chairman. Isabel Ken-ins, Humboldt, was a guest of Hannah Nelson over the week-end and attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. .J. Titus, Britt, Sunday. I Rose Marie, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum, Garner, spent the week-end here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum. Laura Hansen, Des Moines, who spent the week-end here, expects to leave soon for Alhambra, Calif., where she will be a telephone operator. Mrs. Delbert Benton and her daughter Evalon drove to Humboldt Saturday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dwyer, till Sunday. Verneil Gouge spent Sunday at Clarence Ptacek's, near Duncan. Ruth Meuhe, of Irvington, spent the week at her sister Mrs. Urban Lickteig's. , Helen and Richard Doll, son and daughter respectively of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Doll, Eldora, spent the week-end at Victor Loebigs. Edw. Loebig was confined to his bed last week with an attack of the flu. He is second man at the farmers elevator. Margaret Haverly, R.' N., St. Cloud, Minn., came Friday for three weeks at the parental Henry Haverly's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly visited the latter's aunt, Mrs. John McCorkle, at Kanawha Monday. The Delmar Pommerenings, of Algona, visited the Edw. Hild- mans Sunday. The Catholic missionary 'society will meet next Tuesday. 4 Pioneer Preparing for Spring Orders The Pioneer plant is now sorting and bagging seed corn for shipment to fill orders. In addition to seed grown % here, shipments are received' from other plants. Altogether there are around a dozen Pioneer plants. All shipments from here go northwest; other plants take care of other sections. The shellec corn is run through a machine or machines which size it, then bagged in bushel lots. At this time of year the local plant keeps some eight men busy at the headquarters north of town, and there are two or three more in town engaged in other work. CONSERVE TIRES- ENGINE-TRANSMISSION -EVERY VITAL PART Chevrolet's new "Car Conservation Plan" Is designed to help you keep your car serving faithfully for the duration, and invites your cooperation on the following points: (1) Observe the simple, fundamental, thrifty rules of car care, such as keeping tires properly inflated, checking battery, water, oil, etc (2) Get a simple service "check-up" at your Chevrolet dealer's now, and avoid major troubles later (3) See your Chevrolet dealer regularly. *v,K* Lako is hi g h er than before in a generation: 38 20 inches rainfall in 1941. —Speech by Duane E. Dewel Kiwams district governor, at «n 3?b •!?" 3 ° fficers Esth ervilk club Tuesday evening, Januarv r ought to meet K. J. Smith? Burt — Two men, woman as'ked f P ft Go J d ? eld ^'static asked for blank checks, gave bad checks for Eagle Grove Clarion purchases, nabbed at Sioux City e for men - Gas stl taken both papers owned by same persons, published in same shop. •/love your (leering and at your Chevro/ef deahr'i. CHIVROUT DEAIUS JPKIAIIZE INJTHESE "CONSERVATION SERVICES" tor All Makes of Curt and Trucki 1. TIRE SERVICE ffo „„„,-„. rubber). 2. RADIATOR (» 0 ta f, guar d eoo) . ing lyifem). • 3. LUBRICATION (,„ eonierv . motor, cfraiiit). 4. BRAKES (lo preierve lining, 5. MOTOR TUNE-UP (, 0 con.ery. engine and fuel). 6. CARBURETOR AND FUEL PUMP (lo , ave f ue l). 7< ""?' NG AND WHEEL AUGN- MENT (makes tins last longer— coniervet rubber). 8. .BODY AND FENDER REPAIR 11. SHOCK ABSORBER SERVICE SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER FOR SERVICE Kossuth Motor Co. Algona, Iowa Announcing Goodyear's lire-Life Extension PLAN and POLICY An organized program for helping you to get all the mileage out of your Ti re , during the war. WHAT THE PLAN IS Dutch's will diagnose the "health" of your tires and estimate their probable life. Then Dutch's will show you how, with your co-operation, this life can be extended . . . perhaps for several thousand miles, and In some cases e?en for an additional year's service. Your Policy will eliminate hit-or-miss methods of taking care of your tires, and bring you the regular week-after-week services of » qualified tire specialist. Because the program is arranged in the proper way, it will not only save you rubber, but will also save you money! Nobody can predict HOW THE POLICY WORKS how long the present robber restrictions main in force. «Bnt the chances arc that tires on your car right, now will be your Instun til the day of Victory. And If even one fails and 'you're without a replacement, your car's useful ness will be ended''for the duration." That Is why your tires should be given th. protection of the TIRE-LIFE EXTENSION' POLICY. Here Is a program designed to stand guard on your tires week after week, and month after month, "to keep you rolling"—nnd do It on an economical basis! 80, no matter what make yonr tires arc PAH at Dutch's and learn the details. SEE ABOUT YOUR TIRE POLICY TODAY VULCANIZING Dutch's Super-Service is fully equipped to take care of your vulcanizing needs. Every break in the tire should be closed. Open holes, cracks, or breaks permit grit to enter the tire and wear the hole larger and larger till the tire blows out. Have your tires checked frequently. WHEEL BALANCING Unbalanced wheels cause unnecessary tire wear. The extra weight coming at one point every time the wheel goes around, particularly at high speed, means extra wear at that point. Wheel balancing also makes your car ride more easily, as well as saving your tires from wearing. See us today. DUTCH'S nan Algona, Iowa Phone 33 I— V A ecrrHC FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 and 24 M 1/MU CONSUMERS WHOLESALE FOOD STOPt CLIP OUT THIS COUPON TO PURCHASE KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING QUART Thl» Coupon Entitle You to Purchaie One Jar TOMATOES GRAPEFRUIT MED - SIZE _ •***• ErilWll TEXAS SEEDLESS.. CABBAGE SOLID MEDIUM HEADS.. CLIP OUT THIS COUPON TO PURCHASE DEL MONTE TIDBIT PINEAPPLE BUFFET SIZE _Thl^Coupon Entltlei You to Purchaie On. Cm t -"V r e/>7;- 1 H*?!'*kf* > ^ ti *' J**^*^ ********* r "* ' Clip Oat thlt Coupon to Putchax Morton's or Barton's MORTONS SALT IODIZED OR FREE RUNNING 26 oz. Pkg. Thi» Coupon Entitles You to Purchaw One Package !?V^.y^'«i)J^*kJ»rJhi ( Clip Out i ^//^'^j Coupon to PurcluM CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP CAN Thl. Coupon EntUU. 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