Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1942
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JPAGE FOUR MRS, WHITSLER, CORWITH, DIES IN84THYEAR Corwith, Feb. 3—Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Whitsler were held at the Methodist church here Friday, January 23, with the local-pastor, the Rev. A. J. Barkley, also the Rev. Von B. Elbert, former pastor, of the local Baptist church, now Winterset, in charge. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel, Mrs. Armand Tabb, and Harry Colwell, with Mrs. Donald Myers at the piano. Burial was at Wesley, where Mr. Whitsler was buried. Mrs. Whitsler was Ruth Alice Sprague, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mary E. Sprague, and she was born at Clinton, 111., July 23, 1858, and when she died at her daughter Mrs. Almeda Liptrap's Tuesday, January 20, she was past 83. On February 21, 1883 marriage to Benjamin Franklin Whitsler took place, and for 29 years they lived on a farm near Clinton. In 1913 they moved to a place near Corwith, lived there five years, then in the spring of 1918 moved to Corwith. In 1923 Mr. Whitsler suffered an accident that resulted in death. After that Mrs. "Whitsler lived with her children, "but since three years ago, when she was taken sick, she had lived with Mrs. Liptrap. There are six other children: Henry E., Clinton, 111.; Frank, Goldfield; Bertie linger, Dodge Center, Minn.; Wesley. Alton. HI.; Ara Tabb, Corwfth; Alice Kimball, Klemme. There are 16 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Father, mother, six brothers. and five sisters died ahead of Mrs. Whitsler. The women of the Baptis*. church and the Woman's Auxiliary served a noon meal a: thc- Legion hall to the relatives ar.d friends attending the funerai. and after the burial served. "KEEP KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. tOWA_ , Ffalii>i, •sS^^i NG" The slogan "Keep 'em Flying" as shown above has been adopted by the Kossuth County Conservation League for this year, and the drawing made by H. L. Gilmore, Algona, ties the slogan in with the defense of the country. This design will appear on the membership cards for 1942, and large wall-sized reprint, suit- beri during 1941 automatically become members for 1042 without payment of dues. Non-member! desiring to join can pay due; for one year and be member! "for the duration". Dr. H. L. McCorkle, president of ihe Algona chapter, is an- nou icing the annual meeting of the able for framing, will be able from the organization in the evening ning at be elected for the local unit, and near future. The" thought ex- 1 plars for the future will be dis- pressed in the picture—"sermon | cuss embraces the object and aims of the league for the duration." At a recent meeting of the county league it was voted to hold no membership drives during the war, but that all mem- CATHOLICS AT WHITTEMORE PICK OFFICERS COUNTY )NS£R\AHON LEAGUE local chapter for Friday at Arlo's Grill, begin TRINITY CHURCH DEDICATES FUG * A large silk United States flag was presented to the local Trinity Lutheran church Sunday morning by Theodore Swalve, of Algona, a member. The flag is 5x8 feet, with hand- sewed stripes 2and embroidered stars, and it has been placed on a ten foot pole to be used in the pulpit of the church. The flag was dedicated in a special service Sunday by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Braner, who told of the duties of the congregation to their country, including loyalty to the flag. Mr. Swalve, who was born in Germany, gave the church a large bell more than two years ago. The church now has seven of its congregation serving in U. S. forces, and the names were read at the service. The men are: Elwood Ross, army, Washington state; o'clock. Officers will {corps, Arnold Heldt, Washington; army air Henry d. Movies of bass fishing, taken by <Yed Arbogast, noted sports writjr and bait manufacturer, of Akron, O., will be shown as a part of the program and a lunch will be served. MARKETS „ , t '• Pack Whittemore, Feb. 2 — Officers have been elected by societies of St. Michael's Catholic church: Church directors — Simon Elben and Frank Foley; Holy Xame Society. Simon Elbert.! Fat pre=;der.t. Joseph Lcebach Jr.. '' Bulls r.d'.vard FarrelL vice presidents, i Stock V.'iiliam t. Kelly, secretary. Jas. j Fat C-eelar.. treasurer. " j Veal Rosa-- Societv — Mrs. Xell i Scheppman, army, Indiana; his brother LeRoy, navy, California; Kyle Beard, navy, Florida; Donald Sengbusch, army, California; Howard Raney, army, Arkansas. WILLBETSJF FENTON, WED FOijO YEARS Fenton, Feb. 3—Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett were taken by surprise Sunday evening, when guests arrived to honor the Willrett 20th or china wedding anniversary. The couple were presented with a floor lamp and china. Attending: the Jos. Mc- Governs, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage, the M. E. Wallaces, Messrs . and Mesdames Ben steers" .T8.00-10.COj Luedtke, Edward Meyer, and HOGS Med. hvy-, 180-200 ...U...S11.75 Med. hvy.. 200-240 $11.90 Med. hvy., 240-270 $11.80 Med. hvy., 270-300 $11.70 Packing sows 270-330 $11.00 sows, sows, CATTLE Ganders and cutters -.-$4.00-5.50 Fat cows $6.00-7.00 iteers $9.50-10.50 $7.50-8.50 Cub Pack Meeting Held for Parents A monthly Cub Pack meeting was held at the Bryant school building last evening for patents of boys in the Pack. There are now 56 Algona boys 9 to 12 in the Pack. They meet every week in their "dens, 1 ; and the parents meet with the boys once a month at the Bryant. Dr. H. D. Meyer is Cub Pack master for Algona. At the last meeting the boys presented a patriotic program of dialogues and skits. St. Benedict •earlings $9.50-10.50 calves $8.00-11.00 SHEEP Farrelh president. Mrs C. V? El- ' choicb $11.25-11.75 Big Crowd Attends Burt Creamery Day; Herr Hitler Heard be", vice, president; Mrs. Chas..'Mediim".""."""" SloisO-lhOO H. ^oiiascn. secretary, Mrs. Gene Comnlion $5.00-7.00 -i.a. .in:, treasurer. ^/-,,n^! cs nn Awn Henry Tieman, the Kenneth Bol- lingers, the Don Weisbrods, the Herman Dreyers, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Lorena and Dorothy Dreyer, and the Herman Gades. v , _ T ,. , - 0 , ... ... ; Culls' $5.00 down ,,, , . _, ^our.g Ladies Sodality-Alice , Fat ewes $ Teachers in ExaiTlS president, Alvina Kol-1 iJ:s«:e. lasch. vice Dresident. Helen GRAIN Burt, Feb. 2.5—Some 650 cor- „ sons attended the annual cream- '• r* L " -.-.* , cry meeting and community din- v»OetZ6S at Wesley Observe Two Dates nished several numbers. Main feature of the program Youngwirth, secretary, Rita Salz.! No. 2! yellow corn 69c treasurer. " j No. 2 white corn 79c No. 3 white oats -iij'/fec No. 2! yellow soybeans $1.78 No. 1 flax seed $2.10 No. 2! malting barley 65c EGGS Premium 30c Extrai 28c was Bert Henderson." Des^MoTnes! ' 1 hursda >'who impersonated many prominent radio personalities. His final number was "Herr Hitler" After the program a stockholders meeting was held, at which R. I. Mawdsley was reelected director. The annual report showed increase in business, and a half cent dividend on butterfat was declared. The board rehired Karl Anderson, buttermak- er; Edw. Weiske, second man' and Walter Sorensen, cream station manager. observed their 58th anniversary last week was also Mrs. birthday. Dinner guests at the Goetz home were Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz, Mrs. Lloyd, three children, Mary Goetz, daughter Doro- Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, D's apd C's- Cash pream No. 1 No. 12 Swejet POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. _26c _36c _34c _37c Burt Pair Honored at Silver Wedding Burt, Feb. 4—Sunday was the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Ivan Long, and Holding and Long relatives joined at the Long home for a picnic dinner. Attending: the Chris Longs, Algona; Mrs. John Long far Mr. and Mrs. Mike Long, Mrs John Long Jr., the Lewis Scotts Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long Mr 1T-1/-1 "FIT.,,-. TI_J T^I , . °* . Frank Wolf, Otto Goetz, Father Fidelis Goetz, Tarkio, Mo., Fath- Hens,i4 to 5 Ibs. 15%c er L. N. Klein, local pastor, and Hens,: over 5 Ibs. 17'/fee Katherine Williams. The son ! Springs, heavy, over 5 Ibs. __15c his! Springs under 5 Ibs. 13c Leghorn springs lie under 4% Ibs. 6c Cocksj over 4% Ibs. 8c less . George. Charles City, and wife were evening callers. Portlanders' Son Injured in Idaho Portland Twp., Feb. 4 — Mrs. Chris Bolie was called to Idaho one day last week by news that . No. 2 [poultry 3c Ex-^rvington Boy's Wins a Prize the .son Wayne had been serious- Irvington, Feb. 4—Mr and Mrs ly injured m a motorcycle acci- Lewis^ Egel, Flint, Mich., recently dent He was employed there on received $100 as a prize for their an electric-welding job. Last re- new c aughter, Sharon Kay, first ports were that he was doing ' ' "•—-.'• *< well. BOY SERIOUSLY SICK. Union Twp., Feb. 4—Kent See- and Mrs. Peter- Plemel the CHf' ley J i 5 ^™™ grandson of Mr. ford Holdings, the W W Boettch ! f nd MrS ' William Dodds Sr " suf ' ers nnfi tho D^u«_i 'T->' , , . , i lered an attack of the mpaslps W.W. Boettch- ers, and the Robert Bunkofskes. Mr. and Mrs. Long were presented with a chest of silver. It was also the first wedding anniversary pf Mr. and Mrs. Plemel, who received paper gifts Safety Plaques Up to 1200 This Year inE Urin / Dccem ber and January 1200 safety plaques were sold at the courthouse by Mrs. Robert Spcwy, Algona. This was more than had ever before been fold here. The plaques, black and white, are attached to rear bumpers. Cost was 50c each, and purchases were voluntary Dr U C. Shierk, secretary-treasurer of the council, says that the proceeds y,,n g 0 towards educational material for all schools in the county. Attorney Allen Brunson is county president. The sale- closed Saturday. Red Cross Sewing Materials Arrive of the measles Saturday, January 24, then had to have an appendectomy, following which peritonitis set in. His condition became critical but at last reports he was "holding his own." baby jat Flint in 1942. Sharon was born one minute after midnight [on New Year's night. Lewis, who te employed in a sparkplug factory, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. pharles Egel here, and his wife was a Michigan girl. School for O. E. S., B art, is Announced SOLDIER IN CARNIVAL. Mr and Mr, Fort "' last ^ - Winter week. The men appeared in a defense pageant at the municipal auditorium, and there were 23 other soldiers from the fort. Burt, Feb. 4—Mrs. Laura Shell- enbercer, district instructor, will conduct an Eastern Star school son of J of instruction here next Tuesday, i Lickteig at beginning at 1 p. m. There will ., was one of ; be an officers' luncheon at the took part i Marvin hotel at 12 o'clock, and Paul I dinner will be served at the hall at 6:3p in the evening. A regular mpeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 2|H will then be held, ano. initiatory work will be exemplified. chapter * Red sewing Cross i wishing to help fill the quota are asked to !f ndn .° tic e to Mrs. Woodward at Whittemore giving the number oi women who can sew well in their organizations. Each jproup will be allotted sewing on this basis, and in the order Which requests are received. in classified a day will keep business slumps away. Use th«m regularly! They pay dividends. FURNITURE Upholstering "Will remodel all kinds of furniture. First-class work guaranteed. Biehardson Furniture Store Phone 852. SAM KAUFMAN Sam Kaufman Special Fur Coat Sale ELITE SHOP SATURDAY February 7th. Save duriig this special Marshall - Also a complete line of Chubbies, Trotters for Spring wear. Come in! Try on these coats. A purchase of a new coat is a vise investment it pays dividends of satisfaction. Every Coat Gnaranteed-Convenient Terms. The Elite Swift Coat Sale. Shop Here & Cedar Falls Seven teachers took uniform county teachers examinations last week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, four of them at the courthouse, three at the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls. They were Lillian Schrauth, Wesley; Lois Gingrich, Titonka; Herbert Altwegg, Grand Meadow, Minn.; and Fern Stenzel, Elmore; Vivian Volentine, Burt; Marie Erpelding, Algona; and Ruth A. •Reed, Elmore, the last three students at the Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hirner, o Wesley, have taken over the telephone operator's work here Mrs. Mary Witte, who resigned will go to Des Moines to live with her daughter Ann. A household goods sale was conducted by Mrs. Tribon, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson lately took the former's mother Mrs. Carrie Erickson, to Bancroft for a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Ben Brink. The elder Mrs. Erickson has not been improving satisfactorily from recent long sickness. Measles has been keeping a large number of children home from school. Some families have two or three members affected at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Oryal Downs and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seiler received word that a great-aunt, a Mrs. Dudding, Bancroft, was critically sick. She died last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Katherine Downs was taken to Bancroft that morning to help care for her aunt. A local card club recently met at Mrs. Neuroth's, and prizes were won by Mrs. Magnus Rahm, who was a guest, and Mary Penton. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Penton. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cink helped the family at George Aman's at Sexton last Thursday. Mr. Aman passed away that morning. Mr. and Mrs. Aman were uncle and aunt of Mr. Cink and formerly lived near St. Benedict. The Dan Haligans will move to Corwith March 1. A large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral of George Aman, Sexton, at St. ecelia's church, Algona, Saturday. Mr. Aman was a first :ousin of the Rosenmeyer broth- rs here. Britt Couple Will Be Wed at Wesley Wesley, Feb. 4—Banns of marriage were announced Sunday at St. Joseph's Catholic church for Linus, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stalzer, and Lois Hunsley, Britt. The couple will be married Tuesday morning, February 17, at the local church. Miss Hunsley recently joined the church, having taken instruction here. She has been employed at Jack Richter's since August. HOW MUCH PORK in the corn you are going to feed your hogs this year? Corn alone or corn balanced with a poor, incomplete supplement will give a good hog raiser only about 100 pounds of p'ork out of 15 bushels of corn. But, you can get 100 pounds of pork out of 7"bushels of corn when you use good old Big Gain Mineral Stock Food. Save a 5 dollar bill by feeding a dollar's worth of Big Gain Mineral Stock Food. Ed. J. HaiJen, Bancroft; J. F. Lorenz, Wesley; Dick Meyer, Titonka; Whittemore Produce, Whittemore; Ledyard Elevalor, Ledyard. DON'T MISS IT! Our Semi-Annual Ic Dress Sale The second garment for One Cent Friday Saturday Monday February 9-10-12 Sensational Values Limited Quantities of Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Blouses, House Coats, Shoes, included in this sale. You pick any two garments or garment and Kresensky' s WRESTLERS BEATEN 24-14 J[Y EAGLETS The Algona high school wrtstl- ing team met Eagle Grove, there, Friday night, and for a change let the Eagtets have the long end of a 24-14 score. Results follow: 95 Ibs.— Bernard, E. G., thfeW Nielsen, Algona. 105 Ibs.— Bard, E. G., decision from Banwart. 112 Ibs.— Heneley, E. G., lost to Maharas, Algona, decision. 118 Ibs.— Howe, E. G., thrown by Ditsworth, Algona. 123 Ibs.— Olson, E. G v threw Marshall,. Algona, , '.', ',, ',-, 123 lbs.^-Gaippy» ,E. fi};,.lost de- c:'sion to, 'Klein, )Algona. v , 135 Ibs.— Siddens, E.',,G. , defeated Adams, Algona. 145 Ibs.— Parsons, E. G., won on forfeit. 115 Ibs.— Newbrough, E. defeated Gunder, Algona. Hwt.— Geigel, Algona, defeated Clagget, E. G. The locals will go to Clarion for a meet this week Friday evening. Wilson coaches wrestl- 1 ing. G., f feXTQN Joined the the David McGregors, with Cleo Pyle, Mi Ayf, spent Sunday with Relatives at Mason City.! The William Woods family, Wo-' den, were,at Oscajr Hammond's. Mrs. Woods'is a sister of Oscar. The Ray Huffs, Cedar Rapids, were weekenders at Mrs, John, Muff's St. The woman's home project meeting scheduled for February 10 has beett postponed to Febru-! ary 17. The leaders' will meet next Wednesday at Mrs. Robert Masterson'S. « ., The Maynard Nolls, of Mason City, were ' at August Kirschbaum's Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack wieland, who were at Byron Asa's, have moved to a farm south of Woden. Charles McMahon left Sunday for Des Moines for examinations and transfer to Omaha. He has WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS —You'll be pleased with the quality and appearance of our work. Printed or engraved announcements of d i s t i nction. Many styles to select from.—Advance Pub. Co. Donald Busch 9r M allrond s taln Mr. and Mrs unit, wort! at' Sunday. Mr'. an . dcrs were guc £ leneus homo % -; birthday 0%?" < celebrated B( £gp' son City after" parental homo baum, Algonn' week at the Kirschbnum's. 1>ho "c 2901 Swf m^ ^HL ^F 9 9 *BF ETTV 5 TEXAS GROWN—SOLID GREEN HEADS CHUBAGE x Lb - TEXAS CURLY LEAF, PRE-WASHED ^ m _ SPINACH 2 Lb 15c LARGE SIZE, MINNESOTA YELLOW ^ _ _ ONIONS 3 Lb * 17c 8%f?; FRESH r PURE BEEF, NO CEIUjjj GROIN NATIONALS/?; TENDER AND LEAN-WHOLE OR HALF* PORK LOIN. Lb. Lb. HJLI. OF VITAMINS, FBESH SLICED Pork Liver ... " LARGE OB RING Bologna -u. 19c OCEAN I'EBCII Fillets ib 23c FRESH, MEATY NECK BONES RIBS SPABEBI Ifr SMALL, SELECT MEATY Lb. Lb. R|P TART PITTED. HJR Plli Cherries VINE-RIPE PURE TOMATO Catsup. 20-01. Cans 14-ei. ALASKAH PINK Salmon Northern TOILET Tissue MADt Of SCO_0HING W_ASH!SI FOB* DEABBOBN CORN FLAKES . YELLOW US CORN MEAL ... SI FAUNA. BBEAKFAST I PILLSBURY'S NATIONAL VINE. MED. EGQ HOODIES *f OUR BBEAKFAST COFFEE NATIONAL'S ««£& DELUXE COFFEE A68T1I. BO VAOIETIES. 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