Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1942 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1942
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PA<J! TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, 16WA Earl Legler, Lu Verne Army Officer, to Marry YOUTH RECENT GRADUATE OF THE R, 0, T, C, Lu Verne, June 2—Announce ment of the marriage in June o Pearl Haas, Walnut, and Ear Legler, Lu Verne, was made i the Des Moines Sunday Register Earl, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Legler, east of Lu Verne, recenl ly received a commission as sec ond lieutenant, Fort Belvoir, Va where he had been in an officers training school. He is a gradu ate of the Lu Verne high schoo and the State Teachers college and he taught in the Frederika high school a year before he en tered the military service. The wedding takes place this week Wednesday. SENECA College Graduates Local Youth— The William Martys drove to LeMars Monday to attend commencement exercises at Western Union college in which the son Kenneth was graduated. The local party was accompanied by Euth Nolan, graduate of the Red Bird mission school at Beverly, Ky., who will work at Le Mars this summer and attend the college in the fall. She accomoan- icd the Walter Heftis to Iowa when they brought Esther Mer- Kle home last week. Lawrence Marty, son of Mr. and Mrs. idw. Marty who has finished his first year at Western Union was to come home with the William Martys. Moedings Hosts at Dinner Dinner guests at William Moe- dings Friday evening were Mrs. Moeding's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. T. Skow and Vera Vesterby Rutland; Alvin Skow, who is in military service in New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Allen Skow, Dakota City; Helen Skow, who recently completed nurses' training at the Methodist hospital, Des Moines; and Mrs. Roland Moore, Los Angeles. Alvin and Allen Skow Helen Skow, and Mrs. Moore are brothers and sisters of Mrs. Moe- ding. Memorial Day Visitors— Among former residents of Lu Verne who attended the Memorial day program at the cemetery faaturday were Mr. and Mrs Lee Lichty, Sheldon; the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove; the George Ihompsons, Ledyard; John Phillips, Fort Dodge: Mr. and Mr= Charts Mo?on, Clenr Lake; Mr' and Mrs. RoHnd Jutting, Buffalo Center; and the William Stone West Bend. Fay Herman and Lawrence Johannesen, accompanied by Harold Presthus, Bancroft, and Fred Johannesen and a Mr. Alderson, Fenton, returned Sunday from a three-day fishing vacation in Minnesota. They found the fishing poor. Mildred Wilberg spent a few days last week at John Andreason's, Ringsted, caring for the Andreason children while the parents were attending the funeral of an uncle of Mr. Andrea- sons at Omaha. Supt. Slagle moved his house hold goods to Barnum Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kingery planned to move into the superintendent's cottage Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Looft, Des Moines, arrived Saturday for a visit at her son Henry's. All called at Fred Looft's, Swea City, Sunday, and were Monday afternoon callers at Ole Johannesen's. Mrs. Fred's and called at Peter jooft's and Mrs. Margaret Looft's. Mrs. Looft plans to visit at her brother Jerry Schuter's en route to Des Moines late his week. The Band Mothers will hold a une meeting next Tuesday at ie school building. Mesda VTartin Wilberg and Otto Wil- erg will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody took their daughter Maxine to Cedar Falls Wednesday, to attend sum- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pi- mary course. Marjorie Brown spent the weekend at the parental Fred Brown's. She is employed at the First National bank, Mason City. Lloyd, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. C. Voight, spent the weekend with his parents. He is employed in an NYA camp at Milford BOLT WELDS GATE WIRES AT IRVINGTON Irvington, June 3 — A heavy shower visited this vicinity early,^ F «« ^ a ^, «,, u UKy ai Monday, and when K. P. Roney area where the storm hit. iVPOT. nut. tr» a fictlrl V»*» fsMi*\s1 n+\f\ I TVA***.* TV*«-.*.U_ /^—..LI- •*_*. John Graham, Cedar Rapids. The I Hall in regular session. Mimbachs spent Sunday at the | The minutes were read and ap Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis, their „.... daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. and Margaret Chester Holcomb spent the week-1 approved. I proved. Building repairs for R. E, Lieb Hofmaster were , -v**i^UbY,a. *.J.\S*\*\JtHI*t *?£St^AftV Ifllb W^.b*V end at the Bemis home at Spirit Lake. They witnessed the cy- over Opening day for 8. ~ " ver Grubb and his brother "Red" spent the weekend fishing at Spirit Lake, and they saw the ler Kussell Thorpe, salary _ pool to be SS 05.00 Northland Elec. Co., tndsc* •»•*,«,*•..*•*»»**.«••• W. D. Allen Mfg. Co.} mdse. ».-^_—-.-—M. Leighton Sup. ' Co., mdse. — — American Salt Corp., mdse, _u—._ — Pratt. Elec. Co., fndse.— Kohlhaas Hdw. Co., went out to a 'field he found one of the gates welded shut. The gate was held together by a wire that encircled a fence post, and this wire was also in contact with a barbed wire along the top of the gate. Lightning struck the wire fence and ran along it to the gate where it welded the wires so completely that they had to be cut apart before the gate could be opened. Soldier Back to Camp— Raymond Harr began his return trip to Shreveport, La., Sunday, after having spent a few weeks with his mother, Mrs. Edna Harr. He had been given a 90-day leave, but was subject to call at any time. He is studying to be a flying cadet. LeHoy Shopman at Frisco— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schepp- mann report that their u on Roy, of the navy, is now in San Francisco area, and recently had dinner with the Dick Watsons there. To Iowa City for Operation— Mrs. Mildred Baylor left Monday morning for Iowa City, where she was to have a major operation. Mr. Baylor took her down, but intended to return after the operation. Irvington's Vote Small— Only 70 votes were cast at Irvington Monday. There were 36 democrats and 34 republicans. Mrs. Martha Grubb lately visited her daughter, Mrs. Walter White, sou*.h of Algona. Mrs. William Hartley and Mrs. D. J. Goeders were visitors Saturday at Ben Winkle's, Algona. 'Billy' Goeders,'small son of Mr. and Mrs. Goeders, spent Sund at the Steinman home, Algona. The Harvey Stevens attended the Memorial day services at Lu Verne, and the Herman Wise family were also there. Mrs. Sarah Wise and the Herman ;Wise .family attended Memorial day services at Britt. Mrs. Bert Sanders and Mrs. Naomi DeWilde, the latter of Mason City, attended Memorial day services at Algona. Mr. Sanders is still a patient at the Park hospital, Mason City, with a glandu lar infection. Wilbur Steven was recently transferred from Kansas City to Jacksonville, Fla. He is App. ord. No. 573 was passed. ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND 77.50 vision. Oliver, son of Mr." and Mrs. Fred Plumb, former residents of Sexton, is now located at the Navy Pier at Chicago. CITY BILLS May 28, 1942. City Council met at the City L. M. Bellock, salary ._ F. C. Dailey, salary and overtime _, 93.10 Tom Halpin, salary 75.00 Walter Gorman, salary. 75.00 C. C. Wright, salary and overtime ... 67.20 Earl Bowman, salary and overtime 79.85 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary. 65.72 Alvis Hill, salary _ 45.50 R. S. Barton, salary ... 22.77 H. E, Stephenson, salary and overtime 80.94 Chester Webb, salary and overtime 48.00 Frank Ostrum, salary _ 7.95 " >e Dunn, salary and overtime 73.11 H. S. Roth, salary and . overtime 78.15 C. U. Pollard, salary __ 95.00 Ira Kohl, salary 40.00 Adah Carlson, salary 80.00 L. J. Lutker, eng. 40.00 Fulton Iron Works, eng. and mdse. ' 145.27 Diesel Service, mdse] __' 10.44 Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse. _ _ 50.83 West. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. _ ___ 40.09 General Electric Co., mdse. 32.40 Norton Mach. Wks., repairs H8.20 incise* Algona Laundry, serv— Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. . __.__ Greenberg Auto Sup., mdse. -. , Kent Mtr, Co., repairs- Harris Bros., gas Johnson's D-X Sta., gas Ry. Express Co., exp. — Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, repairs Foster Furniture Co., mdse. Advance Pub. Co., mdse. .. — , Algona Upper D. M., mdse. Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., mdse. —! Sorensen Grocery, mdse. Municipal Fin. Ass'n, dues A. H. Borchardt, mdse— N. W.,Bell Co., service James Dailey et al, labor Cresco-Union Elec. Co., signs M. F. Amfahr, mdse. __ C. U. Pollard, expense- • Mrs. John Helmers, la- • bor i. Frank Caughey, labor- City Clerk, postage Petroleum Prod. Co., oil WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary and overtime Frank, Ostrum, salary Chester Webb, salary _ R. S. Barton, salary __ .8$ 8.70 3.77 51.30 94.57 18.79 11.10 3.96 8.05 4.06 7.82 20.90 1.16 8.64 101.73 417.27 7S.56 1.22 1.20 500 2.60 20.24 11.00 5.29 1.28 14.23 3.60 21.00 3.59 180.28 76.25 60.00 7.26 38.00 C, JU, t»oll<tfd, stlaiy -1# Kbit!, salary ~—*- Lalira Mitchell, MtturyJ Jack Hahle, labor s,—- tiulligah Zeolite Co., mdse.' ._...—..« Norton ' Mach. Works, mdse. -.._.-—-—.-_ Electric Dept., tridse. __ H. W. Post, freigHt Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. ___ ._—— Funk Si Deim, mdse. __ Harris Bros., gas ______ GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary'-. Cecil McGinnis, salary__ Tim O'Brien, salary Alvis Hill, police — N. W. Bell Co., service.. W. S. Darley Se Co., mdse, Hooker Sup. Co!, mdse. Algona Laundry, service Moore's D-X Sta., gas__ Royall 400 Oil Co., gas and oil __- _ Kossuth Oil Co., gas and oil Hieters Texaco Serv., gas and oil Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, repairs J. W. Neville, rent Jesse Lashbrook, salary Elliott Skilling, salary.! John Helmers, salary _ Oliver Bakken, salary j_ Chas. Harvey, salary __ Herman Lyon, salary __ H. W. Post, freight ..__ Advance Pub. Co., mdse. Algona Upper D. M., printing Herman M. Brown Co., mdse. ____ Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, repairs Greenberg Auto Sup., mdse. 35.00 20.00 85.00 7.20 227.65 3.60 16.90 11.30 .91 1.17 9.21 72.50 65.0C 65.00 10.00 4.26 12.20 34.95 2.26 32.20 7.13 9.91 18.14 1.50 10.42 77.50 77.50 47.50 47.50 47.50 47.50 .98 20.98 68.55 10.37 29.55 14,62 Frank Oil s»V '' < Johnson Dx\f s -- f and oil Sta -> gas ' Clear Lakrf'V Gravel Co., tnds & Continental Oil p — Ci * M .- u st - p - & p v tt si freight _.._ r ' R y, M SEWER" pY,;;; ft mdse. Lo '. S "'" FIRE MAIN'TENANPP J 1 HnT aFir a CCo '-^ EF ^ .Hooker Supply mdsG. Johnson D-X~ So Kp«uth.0il Co ;- r S J I ""f^ii^ " McEnroe „.„„„.„ ™ fund ' re ' : COMFORT RnnAmV^-- i. Dr. F. E. Sawycr'rent" ?* SWIMMING POOL"- 8 * FUND ' J - F. OVERMYjj; Attest: ADAH CARLSON 1 ' Clerk; ' DOAN FRIENDS IN SURPRISE FOR GOSGROVE Other Irvington News. Mrs. Nina Schichtl will leave this week Saturday night for Milwaukee, where she will spend ! a few weeks with her daughter Mrs. Richard Teidemanh. The Everett Van Steinbergs, of Flint, Mich., have arrived at the parental Charles Egel's for their annual visit. Visitors' Car Into Ditch Mrs. Earl Richeson, Waterloo and two sons came Saturday to visit the former's parents Mr and Mrs. William Vehschlage Two miles east of Lu Verne Mrs Richeson lost control of her car and it went into the ditch, but no one was injured aside from bruises, though the car was badly damaged. Grants Entertain Guests— Mrs. W. H. Brown, Minneapolis, came Thursday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. U. S Grant Other guests at the Grant home over the weekend were Mrs Grant's son, Frank Brown, and his wife, Minneapolis, another son Charles* Auburn, his wife and daughters, and the I. A. Wai- rods, Lake View. Graduated From College— TU Anr S , dau S hter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich, completed a course at the State Teachers college last week. This was a rural teacher's certificate course Anna was graduated from the local high school a year ago. Taking Machinists Course- Max Patterson, who is taking a machinist's course at the Swallow Aircraft factory at Wichita Kans., spent the double holiday at home. He has completed six- weeks of u 12 weeks course. Other Lu Verne News. Mr and Mrs. Andrew Neilson daughter Dorothy, and the Carl Goetchos called on three aunts of Mrs. Gootsch Sunday: Mrs iv an . chr> Portcr ' Opden; Mrs O M. McGregor, Boone; and Mrs' Britt Darby. Perry. The local party also went through the Ledges Park, near Boone Frank Riley, of Detroit Lakes Minn., and Oscar Riley, West 8( nd visited last week at Arthur ! Riloy s. Mrs. Ralph Bailard, of Redwood Falls. Minn., daughter Janice, and Mr. and Mrs Ira r f^ li ' ? woa Cit - v ' werc guests M rS ' o, nna Sankc - v Thursday. Mrs. Charles Lindstrom and w r> * a ? d , Mrs " Donald Bowman I went to Waterloo Sunday, and ! brought the Lindstrom children ' here Their mother is helping caie for her mother, Mrs W E Bowman. ' ™ Mr ; ?nC L Mrs ' J ' E ' Lindcbak entertained Sunday the Duane Neals. Clarion, the Harry Smiths, Garner, Edward lindebak and a inend, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Hannah Olson, Iowa City, and Betty Nelson. < The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Philadelphia, with the! P«tricia «d Mr. and! D. Broadie, Lu Verne R tl f £ ay and Sunda y $& Robert Broadies, Granger rs " Walter Merkle, Doan, June 3—Supervisor Willam Cosgrove was taken by sur- Drise when 30 relatives and riends arrived Saturday evening o celebrate his birthday. The time was spent at 500, and a purse was presented to Mr. Cosgrove. A poem which related various incidents of his life was written and read by Aline Martinek. Lunch was furnished by the guests. Attending were members of the Doan Patriotic Card club: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Goetz, Mr and Mrs. William Hager, Alden-' Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schiltz, Bancroft; Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Armstrong; and Mr Mary White, Doan. Sunday dinner guests at Cos grove's were Mrs. White, Mr an Mrs. Hagen, the Schiltzes, Gene 'ieve, the Cosgrove daughter nurse at Algona; and Clem Heg garty, Mason City. Woman's Club Ends Year The Doan Woman's club held he last meeting of the club year t Mrs. Van Hanson's last Thursday. A lesson, Sailing Down the Amazon, was given by Mrs. Ross Buffington, and a book report on The Opera, by Mrs. Henry Mertz It was voted to hold a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, June 28. The host ess surprise was a music memory contest in which Mrs. O. E Hot and Mrs. Dale Struthers won prizes. Group Calls on Patient— The Fred and Bryan Asas were Sunday dinner guests at Frank Asa's, Irvington. The Lou Bo- lenous family, Doan, the John Pinks, Mrs. Earl Stott, Mrs Mane Amesbury, and Raymond Krantz, Titonka, were at Henry Hawley's, Mason City. This group called on Mr. Pink's and the Mrs. Boleneus brother-in- aw, Bert Sanders, at the Part hospital, sick with throat trouble Visitor at Hawkins Home- Mrs. Jerome Hawkins has returned from Milwaukee, where she attended the funeral of Mrs O. W. Zinn, a friend. Mr. Zinn who came here with her for a ten-day visit, accompanied the Paul Hawkins and Lyle Alexander families to the Okobojis Sun- clay. Bridge Club Has Session— The Doan Bridge club met Friday at Mrs. Tom Elefson's, and the high prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs Louis Larson; low to Mrs. Rudolph Larson; travel to Mrs Clinton Sampson. Birthday is Celebrated In honor of O. E. Hott's birthday, the Hotts were dinner guests at Gerald Bahling's Sunday. SEXTON spending the week here women's mother, Mrs. D. C. Too- The Rev. and Mrs. Wittenburg Kenneth and Nadine, returned Fnday fr om a vacation in Illi- )I fu an!i J 9Wa wi * the Parents the pajstor and his wife. Other Doan News. Ann Barrickman, Algona, a vacationing for two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Nelson. Christian Eckhart, Swea City, another grandchild, is also at Nelson's this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaburg spent Friday at Britt, where they attended a young people's congregational meeting. There were delegates from various towns in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The Dean Andrews family, of Burt, with the Dale Struthers and Henry Mertz families, Doan, spent Decoration day at Clem Ludwig's, Ottosen. Genevieve Cosgrove and Karen Reedy, nurses at the Kossuth hospital, spent Monday at William Cosgroye's. Mrs. Petra Larson and the Harvey Larsons were dinner guests Saturday at Franz Teeters. Mrs. Ray Olson and her daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the D. J. Goeders home. Mrs. William Hartley and Mrs. D. J, Goeders attended the fun eral of Mrs. Minnie Heise at Cor with Sunday. Delores Voss spent the week end at the home of her sister Mrs. Herman Wise. Jeanne and Joan Graham, Ce dar Rapids, arrived Sunday to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach. They are four-year-old twin daughters of Mrs. Mimbach's daughter, Mrs. $4.90 Others 2.85 to 6.50 New lot this week. As hearty a collection of fabrics as ever brightened your wardrobe, can be found in this low-price group of slacks. Tailored for comfort to a fine degree! Sizes to 44. Hub Clothiers THINK! "Shop and Save The WholesaSe Way Thousands of Bargains Everyday Await You-Shop all Your Food Needi-Th* Count Your Savings, and You'll Be Mon" ey Ahead. We Carry Brands You Know ^f^^ ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^F^^F^L^%| Consumers Wholesale! Swimming Pool Opens June 8th. HUB CLOTHIERS NORTHERN Toilet Tissue FINEST GRADE 5C FOOD STORES National Biscuit Co. SHREDDED WHEAT PKG. 'te* ON NOR-EAST non-cRiisH 1 TIES •REG. 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