Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1942 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1942
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I'AOfC BIX MWAMW, IOWA Stroke Fatal for OC( DEATH OCCURS AT THE HOME OF A NEPHEW Wesley, Apr. 8—Joseph Jacobs, 72, brother of Mrs Tillie Loebig, who lived here with her more than a year following after he came to Iowa frorli Robbinsdale, Minn., two years ago, died at his nephew John Putz'stuck's, southeast of town, Saturday night, after failing health far some years. He suffered a stroke. Funeral serviced were held Wednesday at (St. Patrick's Catholic church, Britt, and bur- Jacobs, 72, Near Wesley THIS WEEK'S DOAN NEWS Mrs. Henry Hawley, Mrs. Na-|Anna M. Christensen were also omi De Wilde, and the latter's I there. daughter Constance, all of Ma-1 The Ross and Ilo Buffington son City, spent from Saturday families spent Easter at the evening till Thursday at the Lou Boleneus home. Herbert Johnson, brother of Greenfield home near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres spent Saturday night and Easter Sun- „, T - , — Mrs. Herman Carlson, arrived day with the August Grendlar from Los Angeles Saturday to I family^ Armstrong. The Henry spend several days visiting relatives. He is employed in a defense plant. Mrs. John Hanselman, sister of Mrs. Tom Ellefson, Mrs. Hanselman's child, and Mrs. Clifford Hauenstein, sister-in-law of Mrs. Ellefson, with the two Hauenstein children, left Sunday for, California, where the women are joining their husbands, who left here some weeks ago to find em- Mertzes and family were drews home. the Dale Struthers at the Dean An- ^ —--) j_fi i v t j U.11VA kf Ml — ——-..». . . I_V,.MKLJ H^V fcV 4.-Ill VI CIIJl lal took place at Minneapolis in Payment on the Coast. The para family lot when) his wife is 1 V is driving through, and ex- buried. ! —.-•,.., ... One other sister, Mrs. Frances Cleveland, Chicago,!survives, and , - pected to take at least a week for tne tri P- Mrs. Hauenstein is a daughter of Mrs. Peter Hansen. seven brothers: Jdhn, Mon'tour; William Litchenberger, of Fort William, Dougherty^ Charles and D °dge, former schoolmate of Mike, Rutland, 111!;] Frank, Ellis, M elvin Hoover, spent Easter af- Kans, Edward, Streeter, 111; *" X I tQCrlCrC, IN OriTlcli, 11J. i — --,,,„ *^«iiij,i^i,v7it 11 cio u^-tii LUC J.cti n Two sisters, Elizabeth Melzer, ? beci a.few days, but is reported ' Leander. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hansen, with the daughter Drusilla, visited Mrs. McElroy at Eagle Grove Friday. The Harvey Larsons and Mrs. .Petro Larson were Easter guests at Edmund Larson's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seefeld spent Friday at Mason City. Vera Johnson, former Doan resident, lately did substitute teaching for a rural school teacher in a Hancock county school near Titonka. She taught two WIFE, DAUGHTER OF NAVY MAN VISIHAKOTA Lakota, Apr. 8 — Mrs. Boyd Mulverhill, her little daughter, Sandra, and Ihe former's brother, Harlan Johnson, have arrived via automobile from the east Presbyterian Church Easter. Mr. and Mrs. John Spear had their little son baptized Terry John. About 20 members of the senior Christian Endeavor young people held a sunrise service and^Dreak- fast at the church Sunday morn' ing. Editor's Family in /Vi««l»— Lyle and Sadye Patterson, of Buffalo Center, accompanied the Edgar Inlays to MoVille- last week-^end, and then went to where he entered the draft. Walter ha* been Wbffcing J« California for several months bu came home for a visit befotc en* tering the coast, where Mr. Mulverhill had been stationed' the past two Boyd has now been trans- n ** * a * Her . and acco Mrs. Alfreda John-js. S. Officers Elected— — —„.____„„„ | Of 0- WIHCVTB biecieu—— son and his mother, Mrs. Walter; Th e following were elected as J. Leshe. Harlan Johnson went Sunday school officers of the east a year ago, and had been Presbyterian church:,Supt. J. E. emnlnvKl th™, R™1 ,* ,'„ *K« uk ' Assistant Supt., Jerry employed there, navy. Boyd is in the Perfect Spelling Lessons— Each of the first grade pupils Heetland; secretary, Ronald Heetland; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Schroeder; librarians, Jos. Rippentrop, and Alvln Rippentrqpj Wortman and """ «.*.*«.» A .*vviiiki.it t^*ic laugiik b w v , - » •—— r -_ ( --^-» _ LieilUUU. cillU /\lvlll XXI weeks. nad a perfect lesson in spelling pianists John Wortman Mrs. Laura Seefeld has moved last week. The following 3-4 gii Wirtjes from her Algona residence to j ? rad ers also had perfect spell- j ' her new home recently built on i n S lessons for the week: H-'lcn' Lunch Trustees Meet— ^f WOHWB M Ml I I \-*r. • •!•. ""—_«-- -.v- - ' Saster visitor* tilh the «ev. and Mrs. William Langholz wer.e theii- two daughters; and hUs- wilds, Messrs, attd Mesdames Alfred Steffeh/ Wabasso, Minn., and Harold Struckman, Fair* mont, Minn., son Robert/ student nt.Waftbufg college, Waverly. Among college students home or the Easter vacation were: Paul Ukena, Dale Jacobson, Beverly Pox, Margaret Schroeder, Jitnmie Ley, Donald Looft and Calvin Ukena. Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, Dubuque. visited here last week. Walter Hans, Lakota, accompanied SUpt. Granner, Ledyard, County Supt. Lauritzen, Algona, and J. C. Skew", Wesley, to DCS Moines last week to attend a teacher-director conference at the Savery hotel. Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht drove to Mason City' Friday and brought home ^Little Bfllle brouhgi hdme Charter Egierth drove to R wtek. Sunday to visit hf s ^S; and, Mrs. Eggerth, who visiting her mother at ha s iT """• "*•«« y faitpr<;nn tss-9S».f'&y^ vfawsffli, as?« E. L. Grabau and Peggy and Janet drove v - • •,.„„ Thursday and visited rein, " ( '° returning Saturday night ' s ' Mrs: Ida Smith, who snom „ winter in Florida'with hcP r , ,& came >home Thursday and •' again at work In the store ' s The F. G. Torines, Alg on -, 11 Harry Warburtons, and the j u Warburtdns, were Easter vi,ii or « at Samuel Warburton's Vlsilo '- s Mrs. Gretchen Henneman in,! two daughters, of Albert S, , er P Minn., spent last week with Mr' , iche her new home recientty built on the farm occupied by her son _ __.. u , ^jii^iiPvj^; i,n AT-LtliitJl j ""jj •"») uw v JiJ J. t_^»i^x i>(JU JU-JUClllLitTJ. • Peoria, 111., and Mrs). Mary Putz- improving. I Jorgen Skow and his daughter stuck, Wesley, are dead, also two Frances Jean, baby daughter i Fidelia, with the Joseph Skows brothers, Henry, Streeter. 111.. °* M r. and Mrs. Gerald Bahline. socnt Eastpr nt Onnroo Snahoro'* brothers, Henry, Streeter, 111, and Peter, Corwith. The Kenneth Bou^hton funeral home was in charge 1 ' of the burial services. Township F. B. Medring— The Wesley -towhship Farm Bureau met Tuesda| night at Mrs. Esther Skew's", Mrs. John Hoff and Mrs. Guy Carlson assisting, and 40 persohs attended. The Star-Spangled Banner was sung, and the Gettysburg Address, given by Harold Skow, af- of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bahling, and Linda Louise, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, were each baptized by the Rev. W. L. Patterson at the Doan Methodist church in Easter services. Mrs. Guy Carlson became a member, and Mrs. Van Hansen's and her son Duane's memberships were transferred from the Arnolds Park church to Doan. The Fred Dransfeldts, of Lone Rock, and the Alvin Andersons, Burt, were Tuesday afternoon spent Easter at George Seaberg's. Mrs. Dolly Rowe, Algona, spent Easter with her son Francis and his wife, employed at George brought home from the Buffalo Rowes have the upstairs in the Seaberg house. Recently Mrs. Francis Rowe supper guests at Clarence |Wm. J. Mar tin ek's. ' i.* • — j J-At-ii. vj,«a kJfVVJW, UJ.~ ter which Coach Dale Mclntosh *•*•— *,—~ ^ v^eueiu;e spoke on athletics in the local Christensen's, the occasion being schools, and Guy M. Butts spoke Mrs - Christensen's birthday. In on his recent Jrip south. County the evening the Tom Youngs was taken sick and confined to bed. There was no school on Good Friday at the Doan school. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mechler, with the son Douglas, were visitors Sunday afternoon at ing Stenzel, Richard Price, Robert! The Lincoln "township trustees Ogren, Roger Meyer, Jenifer j held their April meeting at Bpsma, Carol Anderson, Dorothy ; J. H. Warburton's Monday. Those Winkleman present .were B. F. Edwards, Pau Hertzke, J. H. Warburton, trus tees, Nemmo Risius, clerk, an Henry Patterson, assessor. Th Ledyard township trustees heh their meeting at the bank in La kota. Wmkleman, Averyl Thompson, Richard Smith, Larry Stickler, Janet Grabau, Loretta Miller, Lucy Diaz, and Carlyle Gerzema. Shipler SHU ai Rochester- Sam Shipler. who suffered a severe injury to one foot while grinding feed at his home west °_f town in February, came home " ' ' "' last week -- -1" ft-tubAi. WUUUlj Agent A. L. Brown gave a talk, and there was a panel discussion on war-time gardening. Jorgen Skow, township chairman, had charge of the meeting. Wesleyan's Brother Weds— Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison drove to New Providence for the week-end and till ] a te Monday and attended the wedding of Mrs. Hutchison's youngest srett Lavvler, New , to Mary Janet Younj?, Iowa Falls, daughter of Mrs. Charles Young, Rockford. The event took place Monday morning at 8 at St. Mark's Catholic church, and Mrs. Hutchison was matron of honor. , Buffingtons, and' Mrs. The Guy Dimond and Myrwen Dimond families were Easter guests at the Howard Sparks home. Joins the Lutheran Church— .Mrs. Herman Weringa united -_-— ,—^.^., -.«..,»., iam VTCCIV i with the Lutheran rhumh Pncfot* Tuesday following a stay of sev- ! morning. Mrs Lorenz NitT Ind SL^ eks « *°. Hospital there. [Marvin Lloyd jolrTd recenUy but i Holy communion was administered Thursday and Friday evenings and at the Sunday mornine Ps>**-r*in*% ° i—"—•*"«* Rochester THE FOUR CORNERS NEWS The Ben Sloters, of Burdette, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Slo- ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, and the Sunday dinner guests of the Withams were the Neb Davises, Louis there were the On the way home stopped at Chet at School to Give Program — The St. Joseph's school will mother. A surprise party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus Monday evening, and attending were the Everett Withams, the Louis . sent an annual recital at which the Tonette Band, nuc.eus of a public appearances. A. J. Bleich Sister Dies A. J. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Tom ed Mr nnri vr ' WaS Serv ' ea. Mr and Mrs. Ramus were presented with a gift Mrs. Leslie Walker received aun t had week to attend the funeral of an we^with _. „ „.»,„ Al_ti 11,), CiJ. \Ji. Clll aunt, Mrs. August Kutz, 80, only sister of A. J. Collegians Come Home—, Mary Adine Kunz, student at St. Mary's, Holy Cross, ]nd., and June Adele Kunz, of Wisconsin university, Madison, arrived a week ago for Easter vacation Julius Kunz, their father, who nad spent a month in California with his cousin, Esther Burke and a niece, Ivyl Marie Kunz, ar rived Friday. Soldier on Furlough— "Bud 1 Kutschara, soldier at El Imjrton Field, near Houston, Tex arrived last week Wednesday fo a ten-day furlough. When firs in the army, he was stationed a Camp Warren, Cheyenne, Wyo. Grandma Haverly wa? report ed sick last week. Inductee on West Coast-r- Enar Franzen, who was in ducted into the army a fe^ weeks ago, is now in a Californi camp. Oth«r Wesley Tom Forbureer, accompaniei by Mrs. J. L. Studer, drove t Sioux City Friday noon. Torn went to pet his dmaehtpr Vera student nurse at Mercy hospita there who came home with him lor a four-day vacation Mrs Stiidpr visited her sister, Mrs. T Thistlewood, Sioux City then wont on to Coleman. S D t w S1 lr h ? r , parents . M r. £,nd 'Mrs W. M. Luken. Bobby Kirknatrick ana* Stanle- Studfr, freshman at LpSallett academy, the Okoboiis, ciame fo Easter vacations. Earl Punki and Glenn Francis, both painter at the ordnance plant near Bur linf-ton, scent the vacation with their respective families, the Pimkes; hprp and at the 1 Francis home, Corwith. The Frpd Diekmanns, Canton S. D., visitpd at FrM's cousin anc namesake Fred Diekmann's here Thursday, and aeain Saturday The visitors visited other rela- tivps at New Hampton ai d other plar-Ps ovpr the week-end. Mrs. Petpr Larson. Clarion, and hpr son Orville hid dinner Saturday at the son Lestpr Larson's and later all drove to Rock Rao- ids for the week-end at Ollie Lyn (r g \ [ • *?^ Robert Kains. the Delmar Ly- Easter mother at Al- Rona; the Louis Broesders with Mr, PT Sd ^' s P aren ts, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Broesder; the Orville nt Arch Walker's, rl Miller, Marvin, and ne visited the Simpson Monday. Mrs. Miller ons. dav ents. Mr. man. • an< ^ ••• *•• all of Alcona, wore of the womer and Mrs. Edw Hild- ,m J - ' and hPr children came Friday for ten rtavs with hpr parent Mr and Mrs. A. L. KleinS ?6chooi niit nn^ nn i ", Monda y with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Louis Lowman, Fenton Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank will ,, h °M eSS W 116 Mothers & aughters club April 16 Mr7 John McNeill assisting, and roll call w, 1 be on "birds thl? name themselves." The Bird's Return a song, will be given, also a P T- dPr °n f r irdS by Loretta Broesder Officers will be elected Mrs. William Drajton was abed early in the week withT a severe cold J. Meiers family. Mrs. Nicker'-' "days at Fort DR. C. G, SHIERK PODIATRIS1 (Foot Specialist) symptoms of more son stayed for a few days there and with the Lurhl Fesslers, and was also to visit the Louis Lowmans, Fenton. Mesdames Alexander, Meiers, Fessler, and Lowman are daughters of Mrs. Nickerson. - , Clarice Harlan and Mary Cruikshank came home, from Sioux City Thursday. Arthur Cruikshank drove there to eet them, and Verl Harlan took them back Tuesday, leaving at 4 a. m The Otto Harlans and Quinten Bjustroms were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edw Larson, Burt. At John Sabin's were the Leo Sabins, Mr. and Mrs Rex Swanson, and Mrs Sabin's mother Mrs. Edith Rich, son Earl, of Algona. The Edw. Riches were Saturday evening callers at John Sabin's. . Mrs. Sherwood Potter, Algona is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Russell Walker Mrs. Minnie Wilson, Whittemore, and two sons were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Rich. .Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hilton were at the Keith Stephens home; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Earl Millers . an <* , at Leo De- M' ' Mrs ' Robinson and Mrs. DeMuth are sisters Mr. and Mrs. William Rich had T i^f£ r - d T er £ uests the Ja ck Lights, Bncelyn, Minn.; the Willla m Draytons, and the Walter and John Riches. One of the Mesdames Rich had just got back - Weeks tour to Utah to visit the da "gh- M a son Geor Se, the latter at Camp Roberts, Calif _ Fifteen New Presbyleri The 13 members of the confirmation class and Mrs. H. M. Mur- rayandDennis united service. Walter Christ to Army— Walter, son of left Thursday Christ ^nnst, From wliere I sit . . . oe Marsh VERT OPTEN thcs^days, I get to thinking about the soldier boys at camp. And the sailors, too. * * * What worries mo is ... what happens when they get a day off after working their heads off all week? They go to town ... and what then? What happens? The answer is . ... mostly nothing! Because most towns near army camps just don't have nearly enough entertainment facilities to take care of the soldiers on leave. So the boys just stand around, leaning against lampposts or sitting on doorsteps. And sometimes, the local townsfolk find themselves wondering what's changed the town . . . instead of pitching in to help the boys have a good time in decent surroundings. * * * In many towns, however, the situation is better. Many towns have nice, community places where a soldier can go sit down and "chew the fat and enjoy some cake and milk, or maybe a good glass of beer. The boys like that And they're not likely to get in trouble ... because common sense tells you nothing can be wrong about couple of glasses of beer. There's another reason, too. The beer industry i s cooperating with the army and with the law-enforcement officers to help keep the places where beer is sold, clean and decent The brewers don't want their beer sold to soldiers in places where bad conditions exist... and they're right * * * Seems to me that we Americans ought to get together and do everything we can to make things pleasant for the boys who are in training. They're doing their duty ... maybe we have some duties, too, in this direction. There are lots of ways of helping. We ought to support them all. All of us have our part to play in winning this war...and making Me a little easier for the boys ia camp is something we all can do something about. TIRE INNER.CiflMG MOULDED TO FIT WSHMASTER DISH PAN OMPLESS SINK STRAINER Steel CLAW HAMMEl 39C ... , Hickory Hammer Hi^ r ^ Cft I, and 3C | te sch GALVANIZED CHICK FEEDER i i Revolving HOP! 29C Interior Glos Enamel, qL nd M Joe Bloom Copyright, 1942. 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