Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH fifttTttTY ADVANGB. ALflONA, IOWA THURSDAY. SAVE and INVEST THROUGH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN EARNINGS Now Paying 3 l / 2 per cent For the benefit of large and small investors a Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n is conducted under Federal Charter and Federal Supervision. SAFETY OF YOUR INVESTMENT INSURED AGAINST LOSS UP TO $5,000.00 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, AN INSTRUMENTALITY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. DEFENSE STAMPS AND DEFENSE BONDS CAN NOW BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR OFFICE Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association C. H. LA BARRE, Sec'y-Treas. "Siiapp Back to Health" THE MOST COMPLETELY EQUIPPED BATHHOUSE OF ANY HOTEL IN EXCELSIOR SPRINGS Hydro-Therapeutic Baths Especially Effective in the Treatment of RHEUMATISM — OBESITY — ARTHRITIS — LUMBAGO' NERVOUSNESS — STOMACH DISORDERS — SCIATICA ABNORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE — KIDNEY DISORDERS LIVER DISORDERS HOTEL SNAPP EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MISSOURI ROOM RATES: Single, $1:65 lo $2.75. Double $2.75 to $6.00. Just an 8-Hour Ride from Algona. O. SNAPP, Pres. L ew i s R. S i M S, Mgr. STOKERS DEMAND COAL THAT IS LOW IN ASH WATCH FOR THE TAG A small amount of the right type of clinker is important to good stoker operation. That is why the small ash content in Peerless Stoker Coal is desirable. Do right by your stoker. Order the genuine, identified Peerless THE ONLY GENUINE MILLERS CREEK STOKER COAL SOLD BY Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. Phone 256 INSTRUMENT TEST can be made on your heating plant for greater efficiency and true economy Whether oil or stoker fired the satisfactory performance of a heating plant depends on the correct air adjustment and proper stack temperature. That's why draft, temperature and CO-2 of the flue gases should be checked on all heating plants. The test is so inexpensive it can easily pay for itself. P. R. IRONS 812 E. McGregor St. Phone 523, Algona MONEY FOR TODAY'S NEEDS ch ' WINTER FUEL and CLOTHING; lo iepaiXS ° r for ^ ? ur P° s * Credit plan to Farmers for Ihe purchase of Live- Phil J. Kohlhaas ALCONA.IOWA PHONE 22 Fats Lose to Leans in Fenton MARRIED WOMEN DEFEAT GIRLS AT BASKETBALL Fenton, Feb. 25—A Red Cross benefit basketball game sponsored by the Fenton Community club in cooperation with the statewide ambulance drive was played Sunday at the local gymnasium. There were also two volleyball games between heavies and lights, the lightweights winning both. At basketball a team of married women played a single girls' team, and the married women won, 32-1. A team of men weighing more than 170 pounds played a team of men under 170 pounds, and the lightweights won, 23-11. The high school band furnished music. A good-sized audience attended, and the gross receipts amounted to $33.90. Voiielers Hosts at Cards— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained at six tables of 500 Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels won the high score, and Mrs. Olaf Norland and Arnold Hantelman were low. Other guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Carl Beck, Edw. Priebe, L. E. Mueller, Ervin Gremmels, E. K. Johnson, William Miller, Hildreth Pettit, William Fischer, George Siems, and Richard Hengel, the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder, Mr. Hantelman, and Mr. Norland. Family Dinner at Theosfield's— Mrs. Merle Hansen, Armstrong, and Mrs. Lloyd Kern were honorees at a family gathering Sunday at Clarence Theesfield's, and in attendance were the Mark. Simmons family, the Walter j Jentzes. Mrs. Howard Anderson, ; son John, Mrs. Harvey Higley, two daughters, all of Fairmont; and Mrs. Derwood Kern, Mrs. Merwin Hale, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, the George Jentz family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, son Franklin, Merle Hansen, | and Lloyd Kern. Party Honors a Birthday— Messrs, and Mesdames Ernest Rosseisen, Herman Haack, and Gust Haack, the Fred Haacks, Ernest Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luedtke, Hilda Kading, Alma Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Law r rence Zwiefel, the Rudolph Haacks, and the William Dreyers attended a party Sunday night for Mrs. John Seegebarth's birthday anniversary. Fenton Girl at Hospital— Mrs. A. A. Kading was called to Fort Dodge Sunday by word that her daughter Malinda, employed there, was sick. Malinda was taken to a hospital there for treatment of pneumonia. Lakota Bridegroom Departs for Army Lakota, Feb. 25—Luverne, only son of Clarence Edwards, three miles north of Lakotn, and Alvina Jantz, Minot, N. D., were married last week Wednesday at the Evangelical church, East Chain, Minn., the Rev. Harvey Swanson officiating. They were r~"-y' -,~; D J,. O J «, n rA Friday attended by the bride's brother ! Schroeder received word Friday and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur of the deathjjher °rother.-m Jantz, near Stevens. Luverne left law, Jack Terrar Rice,, Minn., Fonday for Des Moines to enter following an appendicitis opera- the service. Mrs. Edwards will EX-WESLEY GIRL IN MINNESOTA LOSESHUSBAND Wesley, Feb. 25 — Margaret tion. live temporarily at her sister . Mr -., Te »u ar ^™ or Ann q-hmp Mrs. Henry Heidecker's in Line- his wife the former Ann Scnroe- survived by oln township. FODR-H GIRLS NEAR GORWITH HAVE PROGRAM der, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs! Theo. Schroeder, Wesley. There are five children. Funeral services were held Monday. Mr. Terrar was a banker. Mrs. Glen Francis, Corwith, sister of Mrs. Terrar, attended the funeral, and Margaret, who is not well, stayed at the Francis hdme. Dinner for Two Birthdays— • | Mrs. Al Richtsmeier entertain- Corwith, Feb. 24—The Prairie- ed relatives Sunday in honor of Lu Verne girls' 4-H club was en- Mr. Richtsmeier's and the son tertained at a monthly meeting Francis's birthdays. Guests were Saturday at Charlotte and Max- the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarine Guy's, and 15 girls answered ence Richtsmeier, other members roll call on Flag Etiquette. of that family, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Merriam, who was news John Grande, Waterloo, Mrs: reporter, resigned, and Mary Lee Bertha Richtsmeier, Morris and Edna, Iowa Falls, Annabel Hofel, and Clara Richtsmeier, Fort Dodge. talk on citizenship was given by Helen Wolf. Following the meeting, the hostesses, assisted by their mother, served a lunch. Naval Enlistee Comes Home— "Bill" Johnson, of Oklahoma City, Okla., arrived Saturday for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson. He had been a reporter and photographer for the Oklahoma City Times, but lately enlisted in the navy and is awaiting his call. He will be a naval photographer. His wife, the former Bonnie Barracks, Corwith, and the baby will come to Corwith to li\re m turn with both the paternaL nnd the maternal parents while 'Bjll' is in the service. A brother of 'Bill," Richard Johnson, also re- marriage is dated for March 3. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Spangler, Everly, who operated the telephone exchange here some years ago. Operation Patient Home— Mrs. Matt H i 1 d m a n was brought home from the General hospital, Algona, Friday. She had been a patient six weeks, following operation for ruptured appendix. The young son was cared for at A. J. Hildman's. Her sister is helping with the housework and care of the baby. Farewell for Downs Family— Neighbors and other friends gave the Edw. Downs family a farewell surprise party Sunday night. Lunch which was brought by the guests was served. Mr. and rived Saturday for a visit while Mrs ' D °wns were presented with 'Bill' is at home. Richard attends an electric iron. They will move a business college at Minneapo- Saturday to a farm near Titonka. lis. ' Brown Families in Moves— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown have moved to the house acreage they purchased which was previously occupied by the Arthur Krafts, and the Harold Browns are moving to the farm vacated by the Harry Browns, Baby Baptized— The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yegge, born Friday, Feb, ruary 13, was baptized Sunday, ana February 15, at St. Joseph's church and Paul. His aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heebner, Rockwell City, were sponsors. Two io Rfd Convention— , „„ Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley at- M ercy hospital, Mason City, Sun- tended a rural letter carriers' da y- Sne was found to be suf- eighth district meeting at Fort fe ring from a severe attack of Charivari for Newlyweds— A group of 19 friends recently been sick a week, was takenlo CcSrl SSn h °^ warmin g Mrs. Waltman to Hospital— Mrs. Waif Waltman, who had Dodge Monday. Other Fenton Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf, pleurisy. .'S Other Corwith News . _ —. , The Harold Evans family _ Ceylon, with their twin daugh- moving this week from Webster ters, also Ruth Mae and Ella "•••••• Kyhl, Mason City, and Mr. and and his bride of some weeks at their Britt home. Music and an evefling of conversation was followed by a lunch. A gift was presented to the couple. Among the Farm Movers— „.. ,- t , . Mr - and Mrs. Arthur Bleich, City to the tenant house at the Whittemore, will ' move this Glenn Barracks farm. Mr. Ev- week-end to the farm where the by Mr. Matt Besch Besches will family live, move to The farm Mrs. Robert Kyhl, were enter- an s will be employed tained at dinner at Ray Kyhl's Barracks. Su " day - „ Lafayette,Oxley Jr., son of Mr. they recently purchased ~ where Mr and Mrs Fred Kluss drove a n<*. Mrs. Lafe Oxley, has enlist- the Ralph Stolls have been hv- to Algona Saturday, and were ed in the navy and is awaiting ing. accompanied home by Mrs. Har- his call. He will be a metalsmith old Neville, Algona, sons Roger in an aviation corps. Sunday School Awards Given' and Floris, who were here till The children at Albert At the Methodist church Sun- faunday. Mr. Neville came for Schmidt's are all victims of da X certifciates for perfect at- th !L m - measles, and Mr. Schmidt is sick tendance were awarded to Ber- Kutn Mae Kyhl, who attends Wltn th flu and threatened pneu- nice Johnson, Burrell Lease and a beauty school at Mason City, monia. Carroll Erdman for two spent the week-end at the par- ~ ' ' ~ " ental Robert Kyhl's. Ella Kyhl, also Mason City, came Saturday for a visit till Sunday at Kyhl's. The Otto Kellys, Swea City, the William Browns, Muriel Up- sol, Armstrong, Mrs. Anna Osborn, and the Earl and Clarence Four Corners Carroll and to Earlene Punke year. years, for one Seniors to Britt Play— The high school seniors attended a Britt Junior college a large attendance class play, Sunshine, Thursday 1^°,. w esl ?y. gins, There was u _ ^ rt , . ~.^..^ , t Four .- Corn ers"'Wd^'times" afternoon. ,, caic v K , ris Osborns were Sunday dinner c . lub me eting at the Legion hall, Betty Riggs and Lillian Schrauth' guests at Robert Goetsch's. Algona, Friday evening. The men 'had leading parts The Marion Browns, Milford served and entertained at 11 ta- „ , . and the Marvin Moffits, Maple b . les of 50 °- Orville Holdren won Sch oolboy Has Measles- Hill, were Sunday dinner guests } lrst for men - anc * Edw. Rich was Kenneth, eldest son of Mr and at Fred Fessler's, and afternoon low : Leona Walker, first for . Mrs - T °m .Forburger, was absent callers there were Mr. and Mrs. . wom ? n - Mrs. Orville Holdren, * rom sc hool last week with meas- Martm Meiner, Ringsted. low - Mrs. Everett Witham won a les Lucille and Dorothy Struecker F nze for the bes t hard times cos- spent Saturday afternoon with tume - Chinker-chek and Bingo ^ tii u Kleinpeter a Patient Joan Madden,"and"in"the even- were also Played, and Tunch"was »/r Mrs ' Alber t Kleinpeter entered ing accompanied the Jos. Mad- se rved. The next club meeting ^ rc y hos Pital, Mason City, dens to Algona to be supper T 11 be held at the same hall Thursda y for a check-up, guests at Merne Heine's thls wee k Wednesday, this to be n*u m The Jos. Currans, Ruthven vis- an all-day meeting. Mr. and Mrs » u ' ner " esley News. ited the Henry Gills Sunday, and Ramus were club guests Fridav t. r ' and Mrs - Gaylor Vitzthum Robert Gill, who had been at evenln S- have rr—^ *- Curran's since Christmas, came D Mrs - Mart Elmore, daughter i 60 ' 3 "" with the Currans and remained Ru . th ^ Ann ' M* 8 - William Rich bou g ht here - £nd Mary Dunn went to Ames " Mrs. Alfred Rehder and her °7 bus Sunday evening, and son Bert visited last week at the tnence left for Los Angeles, Cali- n«af/s»\4-*il "Q _ u j~ f* _i _ 11 t ^_. Tr\»*»^ i«-» 4« _. *_ii *•••» t3 _ . ' *•"'**** - a . ylor some years ago, and is working for Mr 1 He w °rked for James ] ast year. The William . , a- parental Bert Schulke's, Storm fT ° rnia ' to visit George Rich and - Hammond family occupied the , T an - pe e the f o™er's parents ffmes Elmore, of Camp Roberts, build "?gs last year and worked brought them home Sunday. Q so Mrs. Elmore's brothers for ^""ml. worKea Mr and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod Harrv and Jos. Lauritzen, Los The Me thodist W. S C S will and Edw Schlei spent Sunday at An geles, also other relatives and meet at the Parsonage Wednes- M, Wm w ^°u stei ; s ' Klem me, and ? lends ° f Mr s. Rich. On the way da y« M »ch 4, and assisting host- Mrs Weisbrod remained for a J"? 1 " 6 the y will stop at Mrs esses will be Mpsdames Fari week's further visit. Rich's daughter Mrs. RobSt Punke - William Knight L Mar Mr - ands - - Fred Kluss a n d s - °e den - Utah. The par co - and Milton Giddings An ex" Armstrong. sch^drForTDodge'^enf^e week-end at «"«•- u_ ¥. l ™ e BOY BADLY INJURED, Fesley, Feb. 24—Eddie, 6-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier, suffered severe injuries Saturday, when his right arm was caught in a pump-jack. He was taken to an Algona hospital, where examinations and x-rays showed two breaks. WESLE YAN ^PROMOTED. M W «f S l? y ' 4Peb - 25-Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz have received word tnat their son Lawrence, hi the army, has been made a corporal o 7 AS LOW 9.74 at Wgodwar4's. U 24 -—. —..v.o^c«. imuuison, was re- i ' ea ^ d from an Algona hospital i Sunday and taken to her sister Mrs Earl Miller's. Mildred^uf- Th d 3 p K tta . C £ of Pneumonia! The Robert Walkers were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Walk- We S sle S y! ^ R ° y Kollas ^, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruilr N«S;|"<&>£§ SHEVg-Bft « Sunday. Mr. Miller's 82ndI birth I day was also observed. Mrs Miller_* Mrs. McNeill's greataunt* "PETERS" R E T A N WORK ' itm«(12Ei&vS% SfuTSva aj-'ffiu?; j Sunday guests at Edw Hild ssira ssira, 1 ® &&&*£& Wf - al -guests of the will be hostess to another dub the same day. Mrs. R.C.Batier will entertain her club Thufs- fdw. Hildman and his sort Larry returned Sunday from Port Dodge, where they had been since Thursday. Larry had treatment for an injured finger. Eugene Kirschbaum and Florence Olson, employed! at Mason City, spent the week-end, at the parental Ollie Kirschbaum's and E. M. Olson's respectively. D, E, BURNETT, OF BANCROFT, PASSES AT 72 Bancroft, Feb. 23 — Funeral services were held last week Tuesday for David Ely Burnett, 72, at the Bancroft Baptist church. Mr, flurnett had been a real' dent of the county 25 years. For some years he had been in.poor health, and 16 months ago his left leg was amputated, since which he had been an invalid. He suffered a stroke early in January, and it brought about his death last week Sunday morning. Surviving are Mrs. Burnett and four children: Mrs. Olive Dontje, Swea City; John William, Bancroft; Mrs. Fay Way, Evland, Wis.j and Melvin, at home. One brother, James, of Des Moines, a sister, Mrs. Rosetta Willburn, Chicago, and 13 grandchildren •also, survive. Home From WMiMit Trip- Mrs. Theresa Droessler and her son Arthur got home Friday from a three weeks tour to visit relatives in California and at other western points.. Another Boy for VukM— Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Vaske are parents of a son born Tuesday, February 17 £mV° yS and for Mrs. Mar ored with a f,, week Tuesdn gathered ° •lunch. jot. whites Mr. Stuart Sunday tru <*ed the Other . Mrs. Paul children spent Mrs. Mulligar Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Barney was with her „ arine Mulligan Cole was elected to replace her. Mrs. Hicks, home agent, visited the girls and conducted a discussion on how eating the right foods makes strong and healthy Mrs. _ Spangler to Wed— bodies. The leader, Mrs. Oxley,' , Friends here have news of the gave a talk on the proper way to approaching marriage of Mrs. display the flag, and June Ward Vernon Spangler, Austin, Minn., gave a paper on vegetables in the to Harlan, son of Mr. and Mrs. diet and why people eat them. A Peter Syndergaast, Royal. The iStC/r * ^~ 7MM •EEF SHOULDER BOASTS Plan ,«! • • . *«* •1ST CUTS NONE HIGHER entei one' «t«f • were food FANCY—FROZEN FRESH NORTHERN PIKE L , 9c FANCY SABLE SLICED SLACK COD FISH L , 21C FRESH ' OOTTOE CHEESE Lb 9c Genuine Rock f^f\. LOBSTER TAILS IB. 39c LEAN. MEATY FRESH HERRING Winter Caught, Lake Superior, FRESH. LEAN mm BEEF EXTRA LEAN RINDLESS SUOED BACON Lb. Lb. Lb. 1 5fi Shankle8 * Tend'r Cudahy 19c Puritan 29c PICNICS Ib WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY GRADE •OX WRAPPED LARGE. RID.RIPE SLICERS TOMATOES ..... lb TEXAS GROWN—FIRM, GREEN HEADS NEW CABBAGE 3 u . FRESH SWEET AND TENDER WELL FILLED PODS CftMPBEU.* EXCEPT CHICKEN ANDTMUSHROOM 19c 13c Folgers ,^ C f* fi lbl J W f* f Coffee Can KARI.Y (MltDKN, TENDED I DEL MONTE....2 «' ' "! •> M SIVI.K—COLDEN TOMATO HODI* EVAP MllK NATIONAL BRAND tefUge^b^^^. Mwb 4%* C S. .ffl^saasj.- CAMPBELL'S 3 JENNV •l.n-H SOUP MIX SIVPSIT <!l«l H1ANU RED SALMON .. IN TOMATO qr MUSTABD SAflDIMES ..... T(l»I*T<> HEINZ KETSUP . R'.inPO rlJCUMBEK PICKLES »fO«T TABLE SALT FOUT SODA CRACKERS GRAHAMS Fort Overborn Crocker* CANDY MRS... 3 * r BUtf ER, lb Soap W^R'-T 1 1 ^JBllPfll^^PlW^^ '' wiTiuioir:

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