Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1942 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1942
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TWO ALL CHILDREN AT HOME FOR MOTHERS DAY Lu Verne, May 13—An unusual family gathering was held Sunday, when all of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch observed mothers day by coming home. There are 12 children, six sons and six daughters, and, with their families, they made a dinner party of 40. They are Carl, William, Arlie, Delmar, and Fred, ai: of Lu Verne, Henry, Waterloo Bertha (Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf), Bancroft, Luetta (Mrs Howard McCrady), Livermore Hilda (Mrs. Andy Neilson), Lu Verne, Anna (Mrs. Geo. Krafft), Renwick, Esther (Mrs. Ted Jones), and Florence (Mrs. Jos Bowers, both of Waterloo. Following dinner the parents and children went to Humboldt, •where a family group picture was taken. One son, Delmar, recently returned from the west coast,where he had been on a boat in the merchant marine on a trip to KOSSUTH OOtJNff ADVANCE., ALGONA. IOWA Charles GoetscheS, Lu Verne, Hold a Reunion MOTHERS LAY OBSERVED AT THE WITH AM HOME AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners, May T ir ^O ily reunion was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham's in honor of the daughter lona and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Green, Lds Angeles, and attending were loia's. grandmother, Mrs. Hattie William, the letter's daughter, M:s. Myrtle This boat was one of a Hawaii, convoy. Summer School Planned— Plans have been made for an annual vacation church school to begin on Monday, May 18. The school is sponsored by the Methodist, Evangelical, and Presbyterian churches, and is held in the public school building and the Evangelical church. The children are to meet at the church Monday morning at 9 o'clock, and •will be separated into four classes after a devotional service. Aid Helps Support Chaplains—Mrs. Herman Gronbach was hostess to the Lutheran Aid Thursday. At the business meeting the women voted to give $10 | towards support of army and navy chaplains of the Lutheran church. ! New Dale for Re'ciial— Vining, Mrs. Vining's Harriett Frances, Mr. Howard Lowman, Mr Howard Witham, Mrs. Jessie Royce, the Ray Smiths gona; the Louis Lownjian's Fenton; the Perry Lowirans, Sexton; and Donald Buff ngton, Titonka. Mrs. Earl Miller, het children, and Mrs. Chester Robbson called in the afternoon. Grandpa L. J. Lowrnan, now visiting in Illinois, and ter Irene, Burdette, wire unable to attend. ;3—A fam- daughter and Mrs. and Mrs. all of Al- and Mrs Hairy Harris accom panied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith to Sioux City Saturday to attend a banquet that evening at which Clarice Harlan, Inez Harris, and Harriett Keith were guests. The lona's sis- Walkers 36 Years Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker celebrated their 36th anniversary Sunday, and it was also Arch's birthday. Attending [were the son Robert, his wife, jind baby, also the three Walker daughters, tfrs. Orville Holdren, Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, and Mrs. Le\l/is Broesder, with their families. The visitors brought covered dishes or dinner. Only the Walker son laymond, who is serving over- eas in the U. S. armed forces, vas absent. Five to College Banqudt— Mrs. Otto Harlan, soiji Ronald,' party spent Saturday night with the girls and had breakfast and dinner with them Sunday. Other Four-Corners. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, and the Orville Holdrens were at Arch Walker's. The Fern Hulings, Britt, were with Mrs. Huling's mother, Mrs. Ida Nickerson. Otto Harlan, son Verl, the Quentin Bjustroms, and the Edw. Larsons were Mothers day dinner guests at Arie Dittmer's, Burt, in honor of the women's mother, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeill were Mothers day dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank and Sunday evening callers at McNeill's were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kollasch. .Mr. and Mrs. Green reported driving throguh 900 miles snow in Utah and Wyoming. Raymond is employed at the Lockheed aircraft plant, Los Angeles. Francis, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, was sick with a cold early in the week. x j A gift was presented by Mr and Mrs. Green to Mrs. Witham for Mothers day. IRVINGTON 4-H CLUB HOSTESS TO MOTHERS SWEA-EAGLE FAMILY IS HIT BY 4JEATHS Swea-Eagle Twps., JJIay 13— Death has taken three | brothers , and one sister since last June. A recital which was to have j William Evans here died ia«t een iven b * ' ~ ' 01 Butterfield, Mrs. W. O. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl. Mrs Anna Dahl, and Mrs. Frank Deim. Closing Evenl for School- Grace Roba, teacher in No. 4 and her pupils will give a closing day program at the school building this week Thursday night Lunch will be served. Other Sw«a-Eagle. Mr. and Mrs. Holger Peterson. , -- -. , — ^ "»»<= i »vimam r,vans nere died la«t Rlng , sted : . wer , e Sunday dinner been given by the music and tap I j ur . p 9fi * .' ?!,'„" ^ esis at A- G - Berg's, and the pupils of Caroline Steussy has i e 26 ' and ln the last three I Flo - vd . Treats were with Mr. been postponed till the evening ! week; s his brothers Charles. Ce- | Treat's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. of May 18 at the high school dar Falls, and Frank, Des Moine* > F " T^ 3 *- Ayrshire, gymnasium-auditorium. and also the sister, Mrs M Bates'! Mr - and AIrs - Walter Peterson Son for the Irwins- Des ™°™*> have died. Attend- j fi^f J^'SS? a^Gor A son was born April 27 to Mr. j lng the funeral of Mrs. Bates Fri- j don Graham. Clarksville visited and Mrs. Irwin Friday. There are ; day were Mr. and Mrs, Harold Saturday night and Sunday at TWn (^tnn-r nl-i ilrJ-r./-.>-. TI -. m . . T^mil T arCi-iT-i'c- two other children. " ~~~ Evans, Mr. and Mrs."william~Ev" Emil Larson^. Other Ln Verne News. ans Albert Lea, Mr. and Mrs. her^bfdaugltef S' comf Ross DeVier. Hampton, spent i Ernest Devary, Mason City, and; home, they had been visitSg Sunday with his aunt. Mrs. Jen- j Lucille Evans, Renwick, j two weeks with Mrs McGregor's me LeVier. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. i ; parents, Air. and Mrs George Eden, Burt. A. E. Anderson trucked feeding cattle to St. Paul last week, and visited his daughter Betty, in nurses' training at the university hospital, Minneapolis; Mrs. Virgil Nelson, of Chicago, and a daughter are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Edw. Berggren. The Nelsons plan to move to Estherville. The Thoreson brothers had a large crew of men cutting potatoes for planting last woek, and planted 70 acres. -...»_ -uv_ » i^i. J.YJ.1 . CtllU IV1I b. \JCO. | I Thompson. Ledyard, were guests Two Ai <*s Have Meetings— of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mrs. I Mesdames George and William H. E. Peitzke had as guests the''"' "' E. E. Butzes, Clear Lake, and the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove. , . Martha Fourage. St. Joe, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf. Sunday guests at Behnkendorf's were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourag«, of West Bend, William Link, St. Joe, Mrs. John Behnkendorf and Selma, Lu Verne. Mrs. Grace Ravnus spent the •week-end with her sons George and Joseph at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Clara Sankey, Algona, daughters LaVonne and Doris, visited at Arthur Riley's and Mrs. Anna Sankey's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle and son spent Sunday at Boxholm, and Mrs. Merkle's mother, Mrs. Emma Lehman, came here with them for a two weeks visit. Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans, of Manson, daughter Marilyn were guests Sunday at George Tiede's and Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer, Algona, were also there. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke left Tuesday to spend a week at H R Peitzke's, Clear Lake. Mr. Peitzke .is sick, and she will help care for him. Mrs. H. E. Rogers returned Saturday from Fort Dodge, where she Tiad spent several days with her daughter Mrs. Jack LeWarne Florence Hinz, who has been working at Fort Dodge, has come back and is now employee at the Dan Higgins home Mrs. Minnie Parks, Fredericksburg, is spending the week with her daughter Mrs. Edw. Dehn- Moore, Chauncey Waterljury, and Russell Waterbury entertained the Baptist Aid at the puild hall Friday. Daughters were guests of mothers. A mothers day program included talks by Mrs. A Eggerts and Mrs. Albert Johnson; piano solo, Jean Erickson; vocal solo, Florence Alberts. The Eagle township Aid met Tuesday at Mrs. Elmer Ditsworth's, and assisting at lunch were l^fesdames Leslie Hanson and Schwartz. A large number of Red Cross garments were turned in. Groups to Algona Funerals— Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson, with the Casts, Seneca, attended the funeral at Algona Friday of Mrs. Sylvia Lanning, and attending Mrs. H. N. Kruse's fyneral at Algona Saturday were Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. Anna Larson, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesler, Mrs. George crt. SEXTON Mrs. Sim Bemis, who was having tonsilitis last week, entered the General hospital as a patien Saturday. Mrs. Mabel Wermer- sen, Algona, is at the Bemis home. Mrs. Belle Waters and Myrtle Waters, Estherville, were here to see Mrs. Bemis Sunday and Mrs. Waters remained. Special mothers day services, •were held at the Sexton Methodist church Sunday. Baptismal rites were performed for Ruth Deane, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herman Wise. The church was decorated with spring flowers. The women of the Methodist church here and the home project women spent Thursday afternoon setting out plants on the Sexton grounds. Harold Hunt and the Rev. J. A. Riggs, pastor, did minor repairs in the church. Lunch was served after the afternoon's work. The Church Builders S. S. class vyill have a picnic next Sunday, leaving after church services. Clarence Swedin and Mrs. Harold Hunt are the picnic committee. The Robert Kirschbaums, Garner, were Sunday visitors at William Kirschbaum's. ...The Lloyd Stevens, Mapleton, Minn., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. The August Kirschbaums spent Sunday at Cyrus Eiseman's, Bntt. The Leo Stevens, Hutchins, were at the parental homes NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE No. 16542. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day of April, 1942, jn favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of the City pf New York as plaintiff, and against Palmer Barnes, Elmire Barnes, and H. M. Barnes, as defendants, for the sum of $12,229.37! dollars and costs, taxed at $191.93 dollars and accruing costs, I hav<» levied upon the following described real property as the property I of the sa!d Palmer Barnes, Elmire Barnes and H. M. Barnes to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Northwest Quarter (NWy 4 ) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Onp Hundred (100) North, Range f wentv- Eight (28), West of th e Fifth P. M., Kossuth county; and I will proceed to sell said property or so much thereof as mayTenec- r wiv, , a ^ecuon, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the Highest %?der, for cash, in hand; on the 29th day of May, 1942, at the east door of the Court HousV to 11 n Kossuth county, % wa at our of 10 o'clock am, 'of day, when and whq're due attendance will be given by the undersigned j y day ° A. J. COCfLEY, Sheriff [of ..v«^, ^, A \_/j.x ot jjv_/ yy £ji Plaintiff's Attorneys. [ 33.34 ARTHUR J Republican Candidate for STATE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE Keosauqua Van Bureu County SEASON'S OPENER. Wesley, May 14 —The Wesley Tigers will play at Titonka Sunday, and this will be the first game of the season for the locals. IMMEDIATE OPENING Manager of large, well known feed company must appoint two reliable men to fill vacancies. Good paying work m the locality where this newspaper is read. Farm experience or any kind of'sales experience helpful. Render service and do sales work. Car necessary. Pleasant, steady work. Send only name and address for personal interview to box 400, Algona. Name Address Irvington, May 13—The Irvington 4-H girls entertained their mothers at a mothers day party at the church Saturday^ and the following program was given: Quartet, Whispering Hope and The Merry Heart, Adella Lemkee, Shirley Capesius, Shirley Weber, and Fay Krause; piano solo, Robin's Return, Shirley Weber; poem, Mother, Betty Gronbach; solo. Mother, Grace -hristensen; clarinet solo, Dear Land of Home and Happy and Light, by Faye Krause, with Helen Christensen at the piano; poem, Mother, Shirley Gronbach; song, Star-Spangled Banner, all. After the program games were >layed and lunch was served on ables decorated with pink and green crepe paper and flowers. Children Remember Mothers— Mrs. H. T. Sabin received a elegram from her son Harold, Camp Wolters, Tex., Sunday in lonor of mothers day. Mrs. Henry Scheppmann had a phone :all from her son Henry, Fort Jenjamin Harrison, Indianola, nd., and Mary Black, nurse at Salisbury, England, cabled flow- rs to her mother Mrs. James Slack. Henry Scheppman Jr. is much enthused over a camp ball team of which he is a member. He has a new baseball suit Missionary Meeting Planned— The missionary society will m,eet Friday at the church, and roll call will be answered with scripture verses containing tne word, honor. The Rev. Mr. English will lead devotional services, and Mrs. Overturf will have charge of the lesson on Spanish- Speaking Americans and Latin America. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Hudson* Now at Algona— The Paul Hudsons have moved to Algona to operate a small restaurant across the street from Swift's. The Hudsons.left Irvington, where ' Mr. Hudson had been bartering, las< February' to work on the Harry Chambers farm near Corwith. Melavins Leare Irvington—• Mr. and Mrs. "Dub" Melavin have moved from Irvington to a small farm near Humboldt. Mr. Melavin had been operating a barber shop at his home here, and had also been doing some trucking. • » Other Irrlngton News. Mrs. Howard Shore and the :hildren have been visiting Mrs. Shore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch. The Shores are moving from Waterloo to Clinton. Mr. Shore is a fireman on a railroad. . ' Mrs. Nina Schichtl, Irvington, the P. D. Schichtls, Lu Verne, and the L. C. Schichtls, of near Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at Joseph Wilhelmi's," Bancroft. Adolf Groves family .visited ft James Black's, Irving ton; the Henry Mete family at Garnet, at the Fred Girre* home; the Philip Goetz family, at Bancroft, with the Mike Goetzes; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders, Sexton, at the Lou BoleneUs home; the Vincent Heifnefs, Buffalo Center, at John Carlson's; and the Delbert Vogels, Bancroft, at 0. E. Hott's. The Geo. Seabergs were dinner guests at Joseph Skow's in honor of Mrs. Skew's^ birthday. Henry Sleper, employed at Harold Carlson's, spent Sunday at Bricelyn, Minn., with relatives. August Grendler came Sunday to get his son Francis, who had spent over a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gfirres. The Grendlers recently became parents of a third son. Mrs. Emmet Paetz, Algona, visited Thursday at Wm. Martinek's. The Henry Wubbins, Swea City visited the Herman and Harold Carlsons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ristau, Lu Verne, and Mi*, and^ Mrs, Charles tJhlenhake, Wesley, spent .the evening at William J. Martiiiek's. Mr, and <.««*<«»*•«»*«» ••., CASH : $25 $50 $75 $100 $150 $200 : LOANS £ .Witt MiMi. * «•* Pi- for you to Dav „„ MONEY SAME BAY YOU COMEW Kossuth Co. Credit Bureau E. H. PiUmu, M«r. »V4 Horlh Dodge Al gona Io DOAN The Lyle Alexanders, Sexton, the Arnold Schmidts, Algona, and the Paul Hawkins family were dinner guests at the Jerome Hawkins home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knecht, of Whittemore, were afternoon guests. The OPTOmCTRIST TCL.436 only at S&L! HOLLYWOOD MAIL ORDERS FILLED No. £6665-5 Ghillie Tie/ White with brown. Red rubber sole 4 I 9 8'/2. A & C No. E6665-6X Moccasinl Black with whtM Rubber so/« 4 Io 8'/ 2 . B width Such up-to-the-minufe styling! Such oi/tstanding value! You'll love them with slacks ... with all your casual summer clothes. 1 MAIL OJtDfN TO S At CO. ALGONA. IOWA Pleait und mi pr . Sport- Ez« @ 2.45. Style No. Siz. Width . Name ___^ — COD_ Add 15c for postage and tax No. £6664-6 Saddlel • Brown with while/ Red Rubber sofe. 4lo9.AA Io B' S * L CO. * Tested tire gauges used here to insure accurate pressure, give longer «re life . , i STANDARD SERVICE checked where you can tee this sign look, Pop-our Standard Oil dealer's gonna help keep our tires rolling I" You know how important Wis to have correct tire inflatum. Tires underinflated 30% lose at least one-quarter of their possible life. But you can't get correct inflation with inaccurate tire gauges— and it's a fact that many gauges now in use are inaccurate by a number of pounds. To guard you against this danger, Standard Oil has equipped its men with devices for testing the gauges of all Standard Oil dealers. A constant in- specbon is maintained so that faulty gauges can be discovered and adjusted. This is just one of many steps taken by Standard OAm setting up its Car Conservation program. Right now your Standard Oil dealer is fea turing an approved Car Conservation Schedule The sooner you get started on this program, the longer you'll keep rolling. See your Standard S dealer today. Remember, a nation on wheels is a stronger nabon. Keep America on wheels-helo ^ flW. * * * Buy United States War S ing. Bond, and Stamps to help guarantee victory. YO«fR STANDARD Oil DIALER IS CAR CONSIRVATION HEADQUARTERS QJi J§ AMMUNITIPN . . . usg IT FRIDAY and SATURDAY, HAY 16 and 16 "SUGAR SAVER" SPECIALS You will experience little trouble in satisfying the family sweet tooth with the assistance of the numerous "Sugar Savers" on display at Council Oak . . . ask us about them. "IT'S SAFE TO SAVE AT COUNCIL OAK" COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF ROAST Tender, Juicy and Well Covered 22c POUND 25c AND SELECT, WELL TRIMMED PORK LOINS WHOLE OR HALF, PER POUND .. 33c BACON SQUARES, POUND PORK SPARERIBS, POUND 77721^ WIDE SLICED BACON, POUND NECK BONES SHOULDER BEEF STEAK, Ib. 27c BOILING • 170 BEEF HEARTS PORK LIVER MILLER'S WHEAT FLAKES with Premiums 2 PKGS. 230 COOKIES S1 F *". IT Pound I6c PRESERVES Saves Sugar — Saves Butter 29t 4Bre__ 69c Robb-Ross Gelatin Dessert, 4 Packages ROLLED OATS Original 5 Ib. Bag 240 KRAFT 23c 3IALTEB I Lb. Can 25c Morning Light Pork & Beans, No. 2 Can 9c Superb Sweet Midget Pickles. 12 -^'^™ p B«^V* CAKE Jfl 19c SWEETENED FRUIT JUICE Blended Orange and Grapefruit ™ a ...llc 46&27c GENUINE EGG NOODLES J iLB. BAG .. Ib... 39( RED PITTED PIE CHERRIES. No. 2 Can Ma Brown Whole Wheat , Pound Loaf Pantry Pride Extract ^^^^ .Lemon and Tunllla Q Bottle DERBY CORNED BEEF No. 1 O £ Can £OC SUPERB CARROTS &PEAS No. 2 10 Can IJC RED DOT POTATO CHIPS Digestible as Milk Itself Soap Products ^JTllsSUrser^a^: Ivory Soap Medium Cake 7c targe Cake "—^" g r ^inrt . ......^ -g^PJiii^i^— '^^^& ^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^••II^M ^^^^^^^^^^^"HB^Bl^^^M^M ' ' - . :^R^E Ivory flakes Medium Pkg l*rge Pkg. , KIRK'S HARD WATER CASTILE fit Gak« .••• 5c

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