Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1942 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 5, 1942
Page 5
Start Free Trial

ing Miocia- •CITH.-C' blubs, invited to the out nu- ,. The ,—,-JiMtHihts of ,>.-.„.«.« aftlir$tKat! will d to be planted ^produce Jl Eye quantures'Will be.based on ^ ^y-;Wliyaft|iiit^ttl^ir0duce a ft,, foocWb«8t;«lit*d^ canning, ' '^;^*r«fcu*|$>iiii;*l8o wffl i'iv^:i«»ia»-'Si^Mi4ii'j'._ turt-emphasi?.- ,._<:^fc,^, ideag . of x..iur,,mijyuaHua^e 1 vnome SUp- ; is > the;! mbtt^ important • con- i'_»iti^:^.'j;:-*r:tL£L/A1iff;'->^^iii^i. '•,-. u nr —« ing the Jcpmmer- Qonserved i, and •iprbduce out. Towns |i;lMn;^3w]Onii6*.; Algona ,.. _, . jnihgj'ijip^whsfciattended taptist;men'8>mieetirig at the |fegatjbiM}p^je ; \|ftttm|J:Esther- - .lit-i»« « "-"-"^jjen^ick,' and lE^Beard, su- rschools; was ispeaker on Men '^"''^^^rch^llMcwtf^ere Ray- :hardsbri,« Richard Sor- DDeiiike'^;G^orgeIi^wiS^W, / A. DNEA lte,:iaiM:i^jrT^fKeitfei-Lunch • ^^Ms^^^oKowiriig'I'the meet; ] ''mate* at the County «SBi>me Hear Program • . . J.. 1 .'.'iVii 1 *' V'?-:i.irt'.i : »Hiii,i5iO;in.Wi 1I ^ i ;s- 1 ';fr; i .*'h':A\.*^-. •• i i V p pclubVentertaihed ? the inmates <cpvm^fmm^jfae^ Sunday jirhoonfwith!;a;shoritii program. ^'' Hott, tihelc, •Mrs. •Mrs. iand •• Mrs. Si. Percy 1 Mr. 'IUH.,'.- J»*0,ii H *»jOT,9!«»»W.V,C», iM.1. 1 V.y^!S6Qffl$l3bffitiUi. Henry ^on. Mrs Asa^and Aline had rand house Benel^ho do gona at l!|the place ' • been ; from Wilson S; Mr. and i| child, a iise. 2 ft i ii drf FaiDi| SSdfti if as fArmy i now in itioned at . in Mary- lieuteriant- il War Sera few it the Arly and is granted iWinthrop C., where been head at leeting put execu- en, coun- talks at outing at Wednes- jion hall. fa from the itual com- conyen- Moines, '. Becker ig John . cin '' t Leave '"8. -^ The r \ Kemper \ begins at utinues till ay. Boys ^hare the ' iore. son L. Gil- Morrall, L. Mor- ,-. , Mel Pet- here ajn, after- the Dor- W- S. Peter- the Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Williams spent Sunday at Mason City with relatives. Allen Brunton has been spending the week at St. Paul on a business mission. . Adra Yeoman is helping to gather news for the Advance while Rachel Becker is away. Mrs. E, J. Sender leaves today for a few days with ,her sister,Mrs. Frances Lonergan, Cherokee. Ella Thompson, Algona, leaves today for a month at her brother W. E. Thompson's, • San Antonio,' Tex. Maurice Bartholomew was speaker before the Rotary club Monday noon on the Algona airport. The Stephen Loss family has moved to the Ella Lewis farm formerly occupied by the Harry Felters. Mrs. Paul Parkens, of Indiana, and a son have been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Nelly Fairchild, Boone, is spending a few weeks at -H. D. Clapsaddle's. She and Mrs. Clapsaddle are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wray were at Des Moines, Omaha, Lincoln, and Sioux City last week on business missions. Mrs. Louis Lindgren, Forest City, spent last Thursday and Friday at O. A. Lingren's. She is Mr. Lindgren's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Ridenour were week-end, guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs E. E. Ridenour, Washta. „ J. D. Lowe is expected back today from Des Moines, where he attended a state conservation commission meeting yesterday. Doris Madden, of the Jos. Bloom home, spent a few days last week with her parents, who live on a farm near Tracy, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenburg, west of Burt farmers who for some years lived here, spent Tuesday afternoon at Frank Geigel's.' . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom spent Sunday at Stratford, visiting an-uncle of Roy who is sick. Mrs. Jos. Richards, Marshalltown, and her mother, a Mrs. Cooligan, iManson, spent last Thursday at iMrs. William Barry's Jr. Coach Orin Harrell, Ledyard, was a Sunday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kenyon. Mr. Kenyon is bookkeeper for the. Cowan Supply,. Mary Carol, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, Union township, came down with the measles Tuesday. She attends the No. 1 school. Matt Lamuth and his daughter Mary spent Saturday at 'Mason City, guests of the Arthur B. Potters. Mr. Potter is a chief clerk for Swift & Co. • • 'Dorothy Shatto, Des Moines, spent the week-end 'with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Taylor. She is now employed at the new defense ordnance plant at Ankeny. . Henry Geilenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld, northwest of Algona, attended ^a wrestling tournament at Waterloo Friday. He came home Sunday. Floyd W. Koepke, Burt,' is new second barber at the Henry Furst shop. He has a wife and two children, and at present is commuting between, Burt and Algona, ' M. G. Norton is «een daily on the streets again, but only on crutches. Mrs. Norton, who is also at home, also gets about on crutches, but cannot venture outside yet. "Moody" Huenhold had been scheduled' to leave for Des Moines with the Tuesday group of army selectees, but was deferred a few weeks for dental attention. Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller have received word -that their son Maxwell, .who is in a Cavalry band, has been .transferred from Fort Meyer, Va,, to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Janice Vohs and Marcella Falb, West Bend,, were week-end guests of the former's grandpar- Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. The girls are juniors in the West Bend high school. Russell Thorpe, student at I. S. T. G., Cedar Falls, comes to day to spend till next Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe. This is a period between terms. • A. E. Beckwith,' of Kansas City, spent the week-end at his sister Mrs. G. C. Yeoman's. This wfes his first trip since an accident last May in which he suffered a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, with their infant daughter, spent Sunday with Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, Burt. . Mr. Phillips is in Cowan Supply employ. Mrs. R. E. Brown, Ames, former Algonian, came last week Thursday for a few weeks with her Sister, Mrs. Mary Corle. She lives with the C. K. Clarks, Mrs, Clark being her daughter. ••Lillian Grange, employed at the local Eastlawn Memorial Park office, is expected back this week-end, after ten days with her parents at Madison, Wis., recuperating from a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. H. C., Anderson, with their two sons, spent Sunday afternoon at Henry Steiner's, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Steiner is Mrs. Anderson's sister, and Mr Anderson is of the local Jack Sprat store. Perry Collins, of the local Pioneer branch ,went to Rockford 111., by train Sunday night to attend a salesmen's meeting, returning Monday night. The Pioneer company has three branches in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly took the former's mother back to her home in Newel Sunday. She had spent a month with the Crillys The'Crillys went from Newell to Sac City, their former home, for dinner with friends. Carmen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elbert, farmers east of town, .left .Monday to ybegin a .course at the Hamilton business school, Mason City. She had been employed at Frank Zender's for some years. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Griffin spent the .week-end, with Mrs. Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F Reddin, Salem, S. D., and friends at x Carthage in the same state Mr.. Griffin is manager of the Raesly lumberyard here! t Among Algona Teachers college students at Cedar Falls expected home for the week-end i Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. E. Clayton, of Cresco township. She has done practice- teaching at Waterloo this year. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Seipman Saturday in Fort Dodge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burke tte. Mrs. Burkette is the former Ruth Barton, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barton. Wilbur Steven, spn of Mr. -and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton farmers, left last week Wednesday for Kansas City to begin his training in-the Army Air Corps. He had been attending Dakota Wesleyan university %t Mitchell, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins, Waverly, spent last week Tuesday at Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's. Mrs. Watkins, the former Rose Cretzmeyer, is a sister of Doctor Cretzmeyer, and Waverly is the Cretzmeyer family's old home town. /•••'• v ' , L. S. Bohannon left Saturday for this week in attendance at a Farmers Auto International Insurance Exchange School at Kansas City. The school is held for -managers of district offices. Mr Bohannon operates a local insurance office. .j~ Mr. and Mrs.W. HrHobes, with their'four children, moved from Algona Wednesday to Fairmont, where Mr. Hobes has accepted a position as night railroad operator. He had been employed as operator for the C. & N. W. here two and one-half years. , Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer spent last week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at Des Moines, attending a spring council meeting of the state federation of woman's clubs as music chairman f in the eighth district. The meeting was held at the Hotel Ft. Des iloines. J. L. Malloy, who closed his larness and shoe repair shop across the alley back of Hawcott Ogg's for the winter, has re- ,urned from three months at Wason City, where his wife has 'or two years been in government employ, and has reopened his shop. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Miller moved Tuesday to the top floor ipartment next to their former lome. Their house has been •ented to L. W. Rouze, of the Equitable Life Insurance Co., who was recently transferred icre from Gilmore City, but had Deen commuting from Humboldt.' Mrs. F. C. Volske and the son harles were at Ames last Thursday and Friday, visiting the Hiram Bleekers. The Bleek- ers, former Algonians, are now parents of their first child, a son, Gary .Lee, • born February 15. Mrs. Bleeker is a niece of Mrs. Volzke, and Mr. Bleeker manages a furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster spent Sunday with the W. B. Bartletts, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Bartlett, the former Mary Elizabeth Foster, is their daughter, and Mr. Bartlett is i a teacher there. The Fosters were accompanied by Mrs. F. L. Tribon, who spent the day visiting with a sister, Mrs. Clarence Maxwell. ' Mrs. Mary Vincent, mother of Mrs. Nita Isaacson, fell at her home here Sunday morning and suffered fracture of an arm between shoulder and elbow. She is also suffering from minor bruises, a wrenched back, and nervous shock. Mrs. Vincent is convalescing at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs . Kenheth Samp. Elmer Peter, farm youth southwest of Algona, recently enlisted in the army as a machinist and is now stationed at Camp Lee, Va. His mother, Mrs. Louise Peter, says he would be pleased to hear from friends "back home." His address is: Pvt. Elmer C. Peter, Co. "B" 7th Qm Trang. Regt. Bldg. 348, Camp Lee, Va. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller are parents of their first child, a daughter, born Wednesday morning at , the Kossuth hospital, weight 7 Ibs. 8 oz. Mrs. Waller is the former Mildred Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. Waller, partner of J. W. Haggard in the Upper Des Moines, is at present in a navy office at Des Moines. Zola Dacken, sophomore in the Algona high school, was taken Sunday to Rochester, where s'he was at last reports under observation by Mayo physicians. The cause of her sickness has not yet been determined. She is the daughter of Mrs. Wilma Dacken, Buffalo Center, and had< been living at Coach Leonard Wilson's while attending school. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle got home Saturday from a month at the son Donald's at Santa Monica, Calif. On the way back they came via Old Mexico and Texas to St. Genevieve, Mo., where they spent a few days at Mr. Clapsaddle's brother Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle's. The brothers' father,' D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, is spending the winter at Doctor Clapsaddle's. Attending the funeral Friday of William Thaves, Lakota, whose death was reported in last week's Advance, were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Thaves, the Henry Guderians, the Frank ,and Fred Geigels, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson, and Mrs. C. F. Specht. The services were conducted at the Lakota Presbyterian church. The deceased was a brother o! Edw. Thaves and the father of Mrs; "ruderian. ^ Mr. and Mrs, Burnell Brunsvold, Hahlontown, are parents of a boy, born Thursday at Mercy hospital, Mason City, weight 6% pounds. The baby has been named Joel Dean. This is the iirst child. Mrs. Brunsvold is the former Esther Geilenfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilert- Eeld, northwest of Algona, and this is the first grandchild for the last-named couple. Mr. Brunsvold is employed at an elevator. Geo. W. Patterson, who was down from Burt Monday, left a want "ad" with the Advance for the sale of high-testing flax seed. Mr. Patterson is one of five members of the draft appeal board in this district, which consists of 21 counties, including Kossuth, and he- attends board meetings at Sioux-City. He said that often there is a stack of appeal papers a foot high, and that there are a good many from Kossuth. Mr. Patterson has a son in the U. S. armed forces. Dr. L. W. Fox got home Sunday from Tucson, Ariz., after a month there with his wife and son Billy Lee. The latter, 12, is in the seventh grade, and in the interest of his health he and Mrs. Fox live in their own home there during the school year. Mr. Fox reports the Tucson weather mild, With warm days but cool nights. He met Helen Frankl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl east of town. Helen attended high school" here and is now teaching at Tucson. George and Rachel Becker, Helen Chubb, and a Carr youth from Bancroft left Monday morning for a two weeks trip to Tucson, Ariz., and San Diego, Calif. The Beckers will visit friends at Tucson and San Diego, also a cousin, Mrs. Everett Bonnickson. Miss Chubb will visit her brothers, James and Peter, and her sister, Mrs. Robert Lacy, Santa Monica, Calif., The Carr boy will seek employment in an airplane factory. George is bookkeeper at the . Miller Lumber Co., and Rachel is reporter-bookkeeper for the Advance.- Biblical Work at Army Camps Aided Wesley, Mar. 4—At a recent meeting of ,the Priscilla Phoebe Congregational society it was decided to empty the treasury, one- half to be sent to the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, .the remainder \ to the American Bible Society; New York City. Both are interdenominational organizations. The money will be used for Biblical work among men in army camps. SUGAR RATIONING , FEARS GROUNDLESS GENERAL HOSPITAL CLOSES 10TH YEAR February marked the 10th anniversary of establishment of the General hospital by Dr. W. D. Andrews, £>. O., and he observed the event a week ago by inviting all doctors who had made use of the hospital facilities to a celebration banquet. Also issued by the hospital was a pamphlet of appreciation of the staff, and including some statistical data. The work of the hos-. pital is divided into four departments, major and minor surgical, obstetrical, and osteopathic and medical. There have been 2454 patients in the ten years. In 316 major operations of . all kinds, there were only five deaths, or a mortality rate of only 1.58 per cent. There were no deaths in minor surgical and no deaths in obstetrical cases. In medical and osteopathic cases, including kidney diseases, cardiac diseases, pneumonia, arthritis, cancer, etc., there were 394 cases, with 24 deaths, of a mortality rate of only 6.09 per cent. FOX-RABBIT HUNT. Wesley, Mar. 4—Fifty men and boys took -part in a fox and rabbit hunt. here Sunday. They bagged 48, jacks and one fox. George Weig and 'Bill' Ricke got the fox. Sales amounted to $15.15, which was turned over to the local chapter of' the Red Cross. «BJ ALWAYt) CUUL- >» THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 5-6-7 / Big Thrill and Fun Show Hop-A-Loug Cassidy Charles Rnggles Pips HOLT OF SECRET SERVICE SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 8-9 The Big Western and Musical Combination Western Special? KEN MURRAY ^ HARRIETT HILLIARD in PAULHAMILL Guaranteed WATCH REPAIRING At Barker's. Algona H.W.POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OfALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling & draying. PHONE 298 . Algona. la. THURS.-FRI., MARCH 5-6 Thursday Bargain Mat., 25c JOHN GARFIELD RAYMOND MASSEY —in— "DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE" SATURDAY BIG 8 PROGRAM, MAR. 7 Double Feature , 10 Musical Vaudeville Acts Tht KING'S MEN KKADUAN DON DOUGLAS KAUOIIE GATESOH 2nd Feature BRUCE CABOT ' CONSTANE BENNETT 1TES,-WEDNES., MAKCH 10-11 CAROLS LOMBARD • • EXTENDED RUN JACK BENNY COMEDY HJT^«W> BE Q» NOT TO BE* -lunicm Hurmssmn IL i< unvTimc CONiTAMCI BINNITT MUCf CABOT . .Western Special . . By producers of "Santa Fe SATUR. MIDNITE SHOW 11 P^M. SUN.-MON., MARCH 7-8-9 The picture you must not miss! What a Lovely Carole Lombard and wacky, swacky Jack Benny! A Milestone in Screen Farce! LOMBARD BENNY HNST LUBITSCH'S PHODDCTION TUES.-WED H MAR, 10-11 Keep 'em flying program! Continuous from 1 o'clock. One night the war came to his family! You will stand up and cheer! PAUIGAUKO>F«KMU UTAN Story! COSMQPQUTAN ffo, 3 Fun for Entire Familjr Humiisrnri H. i< nnvTiiiu School Supt. O. B.'Laing has been deluged with telephone calls since a preliminary census for sugar-rationing was taken Monday by checking with school children the number of people in their home. People whose children are out of school, ( or who are employed and unmarried, have been worrying for fear they would not be counted and hence be deprived of sugar ration cards. Supt. Laing says there is no cause for worry because there was a large number added to the • list to be sure to have enough •ration cards to go'around. At the same time the final numbers I were checked thoroughly against j census returns for the national | I census in 1940 and at least that I I many cards will be ordered. ! 1 The rationing will be on school! I district lines, and hence pupils . ! here from other districts were not counted in Algona's total but were to be counted at their home school districts. This is to be .checked so that injustices will be eliminated. • since the preceding Saturday, Attending a big Chicago tfenM clinic. For the lint'time sine* Doctor Hoffman 'and Dr. B. f, Dewel, now an Evanston, lit, orthodontist, were graduated In dentistry at Iowa City, they met again. Doctor Olson was ah Iowa City dental student one year when Doctor Dewel was teaching orthodontia there. CX666 ^i^^UQUID.TABUTS.SAUVE.NOSiOtOM Ex-Dents at S.U.I. Meet_at a Clinic Drs. Karl Hoffman and H. M. Olson got home Thursday from Chicago, where they had been Barker Drug Carol Raspberry and Strawberry JAM 2 ft W&N PEANUT BUTTER 2!;; 31 c No. 1 cans IGA Chili CONCARNE. 2 „ 25c 18K No. 2 cans Red KIDNEY BEANS 2 ,„* 25c No. 2 can Fancy 18K CREAM CORN 2 ,, 27c No. 2 can Iowa CREAM CORN 3 , 29c l-lb. cans MACKEREL 2 ,25c a*u/, No..2 cans Grapefruit No. 2 cans . CAROL PEAS 1 cans cans cans No. 2 IGA PEAS, E. J. No. 2 "/a 18K Fancy PUMPKIN. Arkansas SPINACH . 2 ^ Oval Mustard or Tomato Sauce SARDINES . . 2 ,„„ 27c l-lb. tins Dog House DOG FOOD 4 „ 19c TOMATO JUICE F umboldt Creamery BUTTER 1 grade Large Package \\igA-1estt' Y901, 181/2C Folgers COFFEE 1-U>. cans IGA cans cans 27c 23c SPAGHEHI. . 3 lOclGALYE 3 Johnson's GLOCOAT . . ,,,59c TOILET TISSUE 4 r .,, 8 19c 18KF'CYCOFFEE ,,.290 Red Rooster COFFEE 3,,,,57c C AIT round ^ 1 CM JALI boxes ... Civ* I OC FANCYPEAS!^ 3 2 ( o r 21c Charmin TOILET TISSUE 4 ,.„* 25c . 2 for 21 C Fancy Whole Kernel CORN S ° 2 can Large box boxes box CORN FLAKES 3 POST TOASTIES GRAPE NUTS 2,, 25c Sun Rich WHEAT CEREAL S8 S14c BAKING SODA S 5c Jell-Jt • . DESSERT PDR. 4 Semi Sweet . CHOCOLATE Mary Steven PURE COCOA '" 12c 25c SANI FLUSH ,,, 19c SNO WHITE BLEACH tt ,15c GLOSS STARCH 2^150 '£ 11 c PEACHES al. No. 10 T 49c Gal. No. 10 Tin Soda CRACKERS Shankless, Tender PICNIC HAMS Ib. 24c Texas GRAPEFRUIT 10,,25c ORANGES',: . , 29c LEMONS r e . . , 29c CARROTS bunches 2 forISC ORANGES:;;, 1 „ 19c FANCY APPLES „! 25c GRAPEFRUIT te7 , r 25c LETTUCES 2, r 17c Fancy Corn Fed Beef SWISS STEAK KRAFT CHEESE CHUCK ROAST Lean Mealy SHORT RIBS or boil, or shoulder GROUND BEEF LAMB LEG Tid-BU ; ' SLICED BACON BOLOGNA tl n . 14V2C HOOD',SI.G.A. L \ . ' s • "\ ' ? ' S u ' ./,l'^.^/"J -.' >! vtl^^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free