Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1942
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KQSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. Al/JONA, IOWA and ir nl :;ona high Mhool ! the Kiat the Al- gymnasium a Mason outnumber- towns out- dattCiSfhfthors for the tlrtlfcltliftRveled went to , Neb., 450 with groups bines, Sioux as well as as Storm $iiy» Estherville, Dodge. were the Wa-tan-ye per cent at_ »na Kiwanis •) was served by |church organ- Intire meal was ..- ... .„ removed r/WldSlB minutes after ••'•aw w'TTv™ ?T'S ™ A ; surpri.e number on the pro- np»in < 1iwM' < xtlMiJWri«o n tation of an ..fiK^^.oh from the tojflalph W. Swan- LJ |t|fc?that club, who fgfgovernor of the ^district. The pre- llfmade by Otto ' rand came as a vanson as well — 3. at the dinner. Ottidsen, of Albert ey, past inter- t"-' of-. Kiwanis, H^T?^ *r t '*>T*f' 'j. . *- "»••• - \J±. •• .1X1. WdlliO. ggMpteSgfcer. He was a 9&ffimjSm& Chrischilles He and Mr. roommates at they at. . in Wiscon,.____-— also gave the iWlsfbf.;., ,the evening, i * Ul - a ~"-' ii service organ- in the war. pin was pre- son by Her- governor, of ----..^..^...yis^ana; D. E. Dewel, ^Igona^^as'tiiistalled as new toy^rtor^^fvirelcome talk was '[wenlfbyftCifB^Murtagh, presi- i-^^m^i^-Ai---'- club lagt by Bernard ~>.-^T^'T!?vttff;w,f,*f^* 1 ' ^^y* past lieu- man1£go!irejn$«|!r;'- 'limmta&ainiftSftrtj-. pas t governor, Storm Lake Pis' the club roll ior's home club" ited by Wallace :of the Omaha jona club, and Jspn responded, (son's talk he paid Jerribry of the late letj; who was gov- '"'itarians some 15 •"""- Case ,. 1> ,. 21 ,. I .. I 3 c««T 9-M. j Ctf .3 cwl •RS u , I > ru< I STI been in court .. week, trying a Jlpwing out of an ;k-accident in Norn which a man Iwas killed. The at Ruthven, r?r _, asking • $10,- jijhich Noonan was •ick driven by Ira " lire, collided !Ve. Edw. Kelly, ither of Mrs. W. e, and two Spen- resented the wid- innan, with A. J. ")urg, defended. xpected to go to ie yesterday. lardware, ce, is Sold ergon has sold the ^hardware'" store |for many years is of Mr. and Mrs. |»e future are un- Ir. Peterson was son of Mr. and rson, and was w the Algona high |ther and he once . resent Richard- store. Earl was lauditor but in his ^signed when he |rit Lake store. His tier Mabel Jacob- courthouse em- S e n t to icr Camps all, the 'over 28' 1 back to the army lesday have. ap- sent back to the lich they were re! not all, were held -till Saturday. Mel- fenton, and Gordon ^reported enroute ) their hospital Robinson, near Cullen, who l^ajr corps, was re;..p. M., and no un" Diekmann, Wes- Iqwa State bank there. . Uiffer Baby m Baptized F, infant daughter "rs. John R. Ruger, Sunday by the F ler, Trinity Luth- it the home of the parents, Mr. and er, near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. oitWest Pend, |er farin east of There wa* a large attendance at installation of officers Sunday at the local Trinity Lutheran church. John Kbhthaas and his son John Jr. spent froth Sunday till Tuesday at Des Moines on a busi* ness mission. , M«. Edw. Wllkin* had a major operation at the Gejneral hospital Tuesday morning. She is a beauty operator at the Morrison shop. C. R. Pommtrening, employed at Greenberg's Supply store, • has been bedfast sihce last week Thursday with flu and complications. Mrs. Wm. Brown drove to Minneapolis Friday and brought I home a truckload of photo- 1 grap supplies Saturday for the Brown Studio, Elizabeth Kfemmer, clerk-typist at the local Farm Security office, spent the week-eno! at Pocahontas with her parehts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kemnier. Lament Wellendorf came down with the measles . Friday. His i sister Carmen has Just recovered. Both are children of Mr. and I Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. . | The Chris Wallukaiis spent I Sunday at < Humboldt with Chris's sister Mrs. George Beebe. : Mr. Beebe is manager . of the light and power plant there. Mary Jano Neville and Alice Jane* Van Gordon, both of Emmetsburg, were week-end guests of Mrs. Harlan Frankl and Dorothy Dailey. Both girls are in junior college. I Mrs. A. A. Sterling, with her | daughters Mrs. Lee Passmore and Genevieve, visited the Ray ! Blairs, Fort .Dodge, Sunday. Mrs. Passmore and Mrs. Blair were formerly in Metropolitan employ . there. | The Rural Young Married people's group will meet for seyen o'clock dinner, Tuesday evening at Arlo's Grill, and the topic for discussion will be farm production in the face of war requirements.- . , j Two marriage licenses have [been issued by the district court ' clerk since January 15: Edward F. Behnkendorf, Lu Verne, Monica M. Fourage, Bode; Gerald Patrick Frankl, Irvington, Rita May Kunkel, St. Benedict. Mrs. W. B. Quartern left yesterday for Sarasota, Fla., where she will spend the rest of the winter with her .daughter Helen, who is Mrs. Charles Remsen. Mrs. Remsen's husband is a retired New York City physician. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Frederickson, Bancroft, with their children, were Sunday dinner guests of the A. A. Bishops. Mrs. Frederickson is agent for the Northwestern railroad at Bancroft, and Mr. Bishop is the veteran agent here. George Hohenberger Jr., Davenport, and Mrs. Leon Wheeler, Philip, S. D., attended the funeral of their father, George Hohenberger Sr., here . last week Tuesday, and were guests Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold's. Mesdames C. A. Phillips. R. H. Miller, Antone Johnson, and E. A. Schemel were at Carroll yesterday to call on Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton, still hospital patients there, recovering from injuries received in an automobile accident on Christmas day. Edw. Wilkins, representative in this territory of the Sonotone hearing device, went to Chicago Friday evening to attend a meeting of salesmen and a banquet. Mr. Wilkins has been a successful salesman, and in recognition the company paid his expenses. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and the Harold Claytons visited the T. G. Petersons, Mason City, Sunday. Mrs. Peterson, formerly Mildred Clayton, is a daughter of Mr. Clayton, and the Petersons have just ^aken- possession of a- new, modern home.' Mr. Peterson is a traveling salesman. The Fort Dodge Men's Civic Glee club performance Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium drew a large attendance. The event was sponsored by the local Bel Canto club. Following the concert the club entertained the Glee club members at a luncheon and socia? hour in the, school's home economics room. The Wesley township -Farm Bureau will meet Monday evening at J. C. Skow'sj. Mr. McKee, superintendent of the Humboldt R. E. A., will talk on the uses of electricity on the farm, Fidelia Skow, deputy Bounty superintendent, will have charge of a playlet, Because of That. County Agent A. L. Brown will show two sound films. Jos, Long, Des Moines, executive secretary of the Iowa Taxpayers association,) was here Monday evening foy the Kiwanis governor installation, and'was a guest over-night and Tuesday of C. B. Murtagh, pas^ president of the local club. My. Long is a former governor of the Iowa-Nebraska Kiwanis district, also a former newspaper man at Osceola. Mr, and Mrs. Marc Moore, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gardner, and J. M. Moore were at Des Monies last week - Wednesday to i attend the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Parsons, whose late husband-was a former justice of the state supreme court. The late Mr, 1 Parsons was a brother of Mrs. J. M, Moore. Marc Moore and Mrs. Gardner are daughters of the J. M. Moores. C,,A. Phillips, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, received a request a couple pf weeks ago from a federal organization asking for information concerning the number pf mechanics in Algona and their age:;. The names have all been sent in. Similar reports are being made all over the nation. The government is using the names in a list of men avail able for service as mechanics. 'Mf*'E,, -J. •McEvoy,", "'djsti court clerk, is expecte^home (day from Letts, wjur-"-'" palled last mipv-week tiiat his* brother,, Ji a farmer, was npt live. Mr. O'Brien died Saturday night, and his funeral was conducted Tuesday. He was an older brother of Mrs. McEvoy. During Mrs. McEvoy's absence, Mrs. Carl Pearson, former deputy clerk, has been substituting. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Little will move to Fort Dodge February 1, but Mr. Little will continue to operate a farm implement shop at Humboldt formerly occupied by ,the son Merlin, who will be inducted into the army soon, Mr. Little has .been operating a shop at Bode, but will discontinue it. Formerly he was a partner here of S. H. Klassie, Renwick, in operation of a garage and farm implement shop next south of the Algona hotel. ST, BENEDICT SHOWER FOR A BRIDE-ELECT St. Benedict, Jan. 20—A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday at the parish hall in honor of Rita Kunkel, who will marry Gerald Frankl on January 26. Some 150 relatives and friends of both young people were in attendance, and Mrs. Kunkel received a large collection of gifts. Mrs. Charles Nelson won at bridge; Mrs. George Simons, at 500. Marguerite Mulligan also won a prize. Lunch was served at 4:30. Grandjennett Get-Together— A family gathering was held at John Grandjennetts Sunday in honor of Albert Grandjennett, who left for army service Tuesday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiner, Rockford, five children; Mrs. Mildred Henderson, Minneapolis; Mr. .and Mrs. John Grandjennett Jr., Algona; the Henry ^Grandjennetts, Sexton; Mr. and Mrs.; Dale Widen, Jos. Grandjennett and a daughter, Cor with; the Anton Grand- jennetts, the Herbert Arndorfers, and Leroy Stoffel, Algona, Albert, Eddie, Alma Grandjennett, at home. , Mrs. Gorman Critically Sick— The Nick and Emil Arndorfers lately received word from Rochester that their sister,. Mrs. Albert Gormann (Dora Arndorfer), was not doing well following an | operation. A large bloodclot formed in one leg. Other St. Benedict. -Edw. Peffer, Des Moines, was an over-Sunday visitor at -Mrs. Mary Witt's. He intended to take Ann Witte to Des Moines, but because there was no 'one here to take her local telephone job she had- to remain. .Mrs. .Dorobier, Sylvester, Celia, and Dickie, drov£ to Cokado, Minn., last week' "Tuesday for a few days at the home of a brother of Mrs. Dornbier. There was no snow north 'of Minneapolis. , Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen drove to St. .Joe a few days figo to attend the private funeral of a Faber child who 'died of complications following measles. Delores Arndorfer, of Mason City, was a Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, and also attended the Kunkel shower. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lallier and Mrs. Mary Penton drove to Blue Earth a few days ago to visit the lingers, who were having a farm sale Monday. Mrs. Ellen Hanig, Wesley, and her children spent Saturday at the parental Isidore Mayer's. KOSSUTH BOYS TAKE PART IN LAMB SHOW Five Kossuth .4-H boys sold 79 lambs at a 4-H western lamb show at Spencer Tr'iday and Saturday. There were 2,294 lambs in the show, and the ten highest were sold individually, the champion at 91c a pound. A boy from Spencer was proud owner. Eldon Brown, Fenton, had Kossuth's choicest lamb, and he rated 12 blues and three reds on his group of lambs. All of the lambs were put in ribbon classes, then sold, and Eldori's sold at $13.25 cwt. Other Kossuth boys who took a "pen" each of lambs were Durwood Rutledge, Algona-; Robert Hanna and George Hanna, Lone Rock; and Paul Bonnstetter, • of West Bend. They also won good ratings. Fay J. Meade, county club agent, accompanied the Kossuth boys. • Lu Verne Farewells For Two Soldiers IEASLES GASES GROWING AFTER WEEK'S DROP Two Deaths Reported as Complications Develop. The measles have again gripped many Algona children. After i lull last week, the disease has i started up in full force this week. City Clerk Adah Carlson reports :iine cases reported at her office Monday, ..and 15 Tuesday. Most of them are "light." I So far there have been two deaths near Algona resulting from complications of red measles. Aria Jane, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber, seven miles southwest of Algona, died at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday of measles with complications. At first it was feared she had sleeping [sickness, but diagnosis proved ptherwise. Funeral Service Here. Funeral services were held at the McCullough funeral chapel Sunday at one o'clock, and burial was made in the Catholic cemetery here. The child is sur- yived by her parents, and there are two younger children in the family. I The other victim of measles >vas Gerald Robert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Bilyeu. farmers near Algona. The baby died last week Thursday at home, after a four-day sickness with measles which ran into pneumonia. Bilyeu Funeral Sunday. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2:00 p. m. at the McCullough chapel, the ReV. M. M. 1 Schaper, of the Good Hope Methodist church, officiating, and burial was made in the East Lawn memorial cemetery. The child is survived by his parents and six brothers: Merle, Milton, Dean, Leon, Clayton, and Ronald. Among latest cases of measles in town are Floyd, son of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer; Tommy, son pf Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison; ;and Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas,^ WESLEY BOYS ENLIST. Wesley, Jan. 21—Don, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus, and Fred Jr., eldest son of Fred Diekman Sr. went to Des iMpines Friday and enlisted in a military air corps. It was learned jhere Monday that they passed. Don had been employed in his parents' store here; Fred at the Iowa State bank, Algona. Two Stebritzes in Local Court Cases Elmer Stebritz, Bancroft, was held to the juvenile court after a hearing before Justice Otswin- kle on a charge of driving a car in a reckless manner. The hearing was held Monday on an information filed by Marshal F. R. Hunt, of Bancroft. Stebritz is not yet 16 years old. Frank Vera filed a charge of disturbing the peace against Heine Stebritz, Algona, and he was assessed a $100 fine by Justice Ostwinkle, but $95 of the fine was suspended on good behavior, Stebritz paying $5 remainder plus costs. The altercation took place in the Vera store. CHOIR HERE SINGS AT MJJJESPERS Members of the local Presbyterian choir drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to sing in 5 oclock vesper service there at the Christian church. The Rev. C. C. Richardson, local, pastor, gave an address, and a combined choir of 60 voices from the Christian and First Presbyterian churches, Mason City, Algona church sang. and the . Mrs. Fred Geeigel, local organist, played the organ prelude. Mrs. Paul Lindholm, local choir director, and the following mem- I bers of her choir attended: Louise Wadleigh, Eloise Hoaglund, Mrs. Henry Guderian, Misses Fishbeck and Lorenz, Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Mrs. John Foth, Mrs. Homer Clark, Patricia Pollard, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Calvin Wadleigh, Russell Owen, Jos. A. Skow, Fed Geigel, A. E. Kresensky, and Paul Lindholm. After the service the Algona choir was entertained at lunch at Miss Fishbeck's home at Mason City. Miss Fishbeck is an Algona teacher. Here's Attractive Opportunity for a Lu Verne, Jan. 21 — A party was given last week Tuesday at Mrs. Emily Pergande's for her grandson, Alfred Pergande, who was Feaving for military 'service. Some 30 members of the Schipull and, Pergande families attended. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille entertained last week Tuesday evening for their son Howard, who was also awaiting a calj to the army. N. W. Kosiuth Boys Enter Coast Guard Swea-Eagle Twp., Jan. 21— Wallace, son of Myron Johnson, Martin, son of Phjlip Holcomb, and Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Krumni, were at Des &ioines one day las$ < .week and applied for enlistment in" the Cpast, Guard. They gashed the preliminary tests and were to be pent to Omaha for induction^ INSTITUTE FOR 'CUB 1 LEADERS IS DATED HERE February 5 has been set as the date for a Cubbing Institute at the Algona high school building for all men interested in Cub- bing in the-Prairie Gold Council area. The meeting will be held at 8 p. m. The purpose of the institute is to train Cub leaders in preparation for the expansion of Cub Scouting. Algona already has a Cub Pack organized, including boys 9 to 12, and I?r. H.: D. Meyer is the Cub Packmaster. A third Boy Scoutmasters lesson was given at the Burt schoplhouse last week Thursday i evening, with 18 Scoutmasters in attendance] John G. McDowell gave a short talk on the history of Scouting. The meeting per- i tained mostly to techniques in the patrol system of troop operation. Attending: DiNNEH FOR OLDWEDS. v Lu Verne, Jan. 21—Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict were honor- ees at dinner for their 48th ding anniversaries at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty's Sunday, Tn« adversaries date was Saturday, THUR.-FRI.-SAT., JAN. 22-24 StJN.-MON., JAff. 25-26 Algona—Mr. McDowell, A. E. Lauritzen, Antone Johnson, and Jesse Reynolds, Earl Sprague, Dr. C. C. Shierk, Chester D. George. Titonka— L. G. Gartner, Edw. Boyken, Clifford Krantz, Harold Gartner. Lone Rock—Louis Roilly, the Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, E. M. Jensen, A. J. Blanchard, and Mr. Christensen, all of Lone Rock. Ledyard-^Allbert Qster. Lakota—The Rev. E. G Sauer. Burt—the Rev. J. W. Jackman. The next session will be held February 11 at Burt. The series includes six training schools, and all of them are under the direction of the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Titonka, county .-.•hairman for the training. • MARY ANN BONN AND EX-SCHOOLMATE WED , .*,. «, Fenton, Jan. 21 — Mary Ann, If .1 only daughter of Fred Bohn, and rvOSSUtn | Mervin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed„ „..- . . | ward Priebe, were married Sat- Congressman Gilchnst writes i urday at Whittemore. They were to say that he nas an attractive ! attended by the bridegroom's appointment for some youth 17 I sister and brother-in-law, Mr. to 22 m this district who can i and Mrs. Lloyd Berkeland f^th 7 TTQ r t S n ° r e , nt l an 5 e The bride was attired in a n *vy to the U S. Coast Guard Acad-jblue crepe street-length gown emy at New London, Conn., ex- • with navy accessories, and her at- ffi Ma? 8 12-14 be tendant W0re a wine ^ elvet stfeet A high school education or the length" dress. The bride is a 1939 graduate equivalent is required. Studies o f the Fenton high school; the are basically scientific and en- bridegroom a 1938 graduate of gmeermg, and annual cruises to the same school. Both grew up foreign ports are made. A cadet , here gets $780 a year plus a subsis- 1 A f te r a week's honeymoon the tence allowance while in tram- CO uple will be at home with the ing, and on graduation receives ensign- . cQrSS 1S bridegroom's parents till March 1, when they will be tenants on the w bridegroom's parental farm. Mr. House Office Building, Washing- and .Mrs. Edw. Priebe will move i ton, D. C., will be glad to send to town and live in a house they 1 details. . . . - ' bought from Henry Reimers. DWARD'S Have the Clothing and Shoes ^^ At Prices That Are More Than Doubling Our Business—HERE'S A FEW SAMPLES ALL FAILED WINTER DRESSES J/ 2 PRICE ALL COATS UP TO 11.00 5.88 100 PAIRS OF LADIES SHOES^frIZ 1.47 125 PAIRS OF LADIES SHOES ^1°. ~ 1.87 JUST RECEIVED! 1000 Pairs of Those FAMOUS "RED TOP" OVERALLS Sanforized, 8-ounce, graduated sizes, high of suspender back, blue or stripe. WILL ACCEPT WAR. ORDERS FOR i PAIRS OR LESS. Cf /i*7 _ 4 , ^^M"* / P'us 8c for postage on each pair Don't wait—we sold 97 pairs last Saturday, and they are going up! BOYS BLACK ROCK SANFORIZED OVERALLS BLACK RETAN WORK SHOE ™£'J£ GOOD CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS HEAVY RED SOLE WORK RUBBERS QUADRIGA PRINTS s-oz.____ 88c leather O QO Z"_78c all sizes 1 •! 9 that sell most ' , O"7«* everywhere nt 85c yardC f C OTHER PRETTY SPRING PRINTS!,', ,,13c, 15c, 19c MENJS OVERCOATS „ .„»,.. 11.88,13.88,16.50 BOYS BUCK HORSEHIDE MITTENS nee, ,,„., 144c MEN12.85 HERRINGBONE WORK PANTS !£r „ 1.69 SHIRTS TO MATCH ABOVE I,,,,,;, 1.39 MEN'S LEATHER LINED KANGAROO SHOES r I,. ,4.88 MENJ GENUINE HORSEHIDE WORK SHOES ,„„„„„: 3.84 1 LOT OF CHILDREN S BLK. AND BROWN OXFORDS 77c A close-outr—sl?es 8}£ to 2—todays wholesale price* 92}£c. I ... P COATS 6 CIMt StWIM6IKMAD,AlW*YS...4c O OD WARD ?rice» Are Always Lower In the Old Neville Location RANGE BUSTERS in "UNDERGROUND RUSTLERS" Plus Serial "HOLT OF THE SECRET SERVICE" wi//i VOUR FAVORITE RADIO REVELERS: # KEN MURRAY ^ FRANCES LANGFORD -V DON WILSON Second Feature JOHNNY MAC BROWN Western "MASKED RIDER" ABBOTT o COSTELLO A UNIVERSAL PICTURE •Jumna Romissmn... TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY January 27-28 Extended Bun Sensational Fun Show. Pius Tax.... nnvnmE THURSDAY-FRIDAY, JANUARY 22-23 Thursday Bargain Matinee, 10-25c One of the ten best pictures for 1941. SATURDAY, JAN. 24 BIG 3-WAY SHOW. No. 1 A WESTERNER ...With a Wallop! with FUZZY Th« , GUADALAJAi. Mexico's Top Troubd .nd NELL O'OAY 2nd Feature SKLWAY ENJTES and Orchestra. w»h VOUR FAVORITE RAO/0 REVELERS: ^ KEN MURRAY * FRANCES UNGFORD ^ DON WILSON Fun for the Family SATURDAY MIDNITE SUBT.-MON., JAN. 24-25-26 Just air-plain nuts! Up in the air Out of control THOSE BIG GUNS 0'FUN MARTHA ROTE WILLIAM GARGAN DICK FOR AN CHARLES LANG SIX HITS Plus—i * ',. Women for Defense—Art of Self Defense— Call of Canada- Extended Run IOWA THEATRE TUESDAY-WEDNES, TUESDAY,-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27-28 ' Continuous show from 1 O'clock The stan o! •K*l Joan Fontaine received the UtSs* EPi award fo? best «**•«« iniKt 'KTa 1»« for her work In thrilling mystery! Plus HtDDA HOPPER SHORT ' NEWS

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