Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY. ADVANCE, ADQONA, IOWA EDITOR-MAJOR MEMORIAL DAY SPEAKER HERE A.M. Nelson Address Features the Day's Observance. Algona observed Memorial day Saturday morning with two pro grams. Major Arthur M. Nelson editor of the Fairmont, Minn. Sentinel, delivered the address al Riverview cemetery, and the Boy Scouts held services at the Rainbow bridge north of town in -commemoration of the navy dead •at sea. Heavy rains cut attendance, but the program was carried out •as planned. The Algona high school band led the usual parade DEA THS Funeral services for Nick Goeders, 86, retired farmer who died at 2:30 this morning of a heart attack, will be held Saturday morning at the Catholic church. Burial will be at Emmetsburg. Albert Reno, of Wesley, died early this morning following a stroke. Mr. Reno, who was 68, had managed the Reno hotel for some years. Funeral arrangements have not been made. to cemetery and national anthem at 'from town played the „„„ Q1Il the close of the program. Logan's Address Read. Burns Nugent read the first John A. Logan, then commander- jn-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic. Logan was a dashing Civil war general \yho was later a repub- vice president HENRY BOEVERS FENTON PIONEER SETTLER, DIES Fenton, June 1—Heriry Boev- jrs, 89, died Saturday evening at lis home. He suffered a stroke n March, and had been bedfast ever since. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. G. Waterman, pastor, in charge, and burial was made in the local Methodist cemetery. Mr. Boevers was born December 17. 1853, in Germany, but when he was only one and one- half years old he "was brought to the United States by his parents, who first settled at Quincy, 111. REPUBLICANS SEE A TREND TOM G,0,P, Increasing Votes i n Three Elections Are Cited. Jos. W. Wadsworth home across the street north from the Advance shop repainted. Mr*. Wayitt Bradlield. of St. Charles, Minn., and her daughter Patty arrived Frida^ to spend a week with Mrs. Bradfield's mother, Mrs. Julia Benson. Ellen Pommerftning, employed at the Robert Street Market, Si Paul, spent the Memorial weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommerening. Mrs. F. S. Norton and her daughter Eleanor have returned from South St. Paul to spend the summer at the apartment here an the cottage at the Okobojis. Ted Chrischllies Jr., graduated Kossuth republicans, scanning last week from Beloit college, i election returns from Monday's employed at the Security State primary, forese a return of the bank pending call to naval ser rrmntTr 4r\ *l*** W AH ..l_i: *_ii *t • I vipp Mo onlictorl Inot .TQMiio»«tr county to the republican fold this The turnin S P 0 . in t came in vice. He enlisted last January. chairman, from official at the auditor's office. returns IF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4904. . . . Mr. White based his count on State of Iowa, Kosuth County, ss. lican votes. The republicans had only a 58 vote margin are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing pur- In 1940 the'dernocrats cast 275o| portin S to be ihe last Will and and the republicans cast Testament of J. P. Thilges, deceased, dated February 21, 1938, having been this day filed, Monday there "were 1850'"demo'-1 °P ene d and read, Monday, the —'-'- ' ' '22nd, day of June, 1942, is cratic votes and 2535 republican •otes, or 685 more republican democratic Thus despite the fact that the i > > flxe " * or hearing proof of same , primary ballots than democratic at the Cour t House in Algona, Iowa . before the District Court of 942 primary was far under the said Coun ty, or the Clerk of said T ., . -- -• otal of the 1940 priman' there Court > and at 10 o'clock a. m t of In the spring of 1880 the family | were 50 ner cent more lemiblican the dav above mentioned all per- mnvpH tr, * f=-m c^,,tK „* *•„„»„.. . -. p "'sons interested are hereby noti- A salute to the dead by the firing squad followed presentation of memorial wreaths by representatives of the G. A. R., the •Spanish-American war veterans, the V. F. W. post and Auxiliary, the local Legion post and Auxiliary, and World war II. Fred Plumb, past V. F. W. commander, presided at the pro- moved to a farm south of Fenton. On November 5. 1880, Henry was married to Maria Sophia Stigman. They had nine children, but two ' ' -.-; fancy. The j are Carrie j Voigt. Welcome. Minn.: jBettin. Forest City; Anna Stein; beck. Fenton: Sarah iEl Monte. Calif.: Mable . Algona: and Lilas, at home, brother, Geo. W.. i. and a sister. Mrs. nf M ' e H. M. Burns pronounced the in-; There are also 15 '' " Burns and taps. Major Nelson's Talk. Major Nelson stressed the difference between Memorial day in 1942 and in 1941. as well as in 1917-18. It is now a case of dictatorship vs. democracy. "Which Shall it be?" The major thinks that though on paper \ve won the last war. yet the peace has labentably failed. He is, however, convinced "that our youth are going into "this conflict with a better "understanding, higher intelligence. better training, and more men in the army and navv than ever be- fcre. Major Nelson and man 1 ,- who took part in the program here went to Lu Verne, where services W-TJ held in the afternoon at which the major again spoke. TT . , . . «"" c-i s ,it giccti-Ki iijiui'iinaren. Herbst sounded Mrs. Boevers died February 19, j Pallbearers were Charles. Edw.. ! and Elmer Weisbrod. Edw! Schlei. Peter Hayenga, and Carl Kern. ; « Honor Society Has Elected Local Boy Curtis Ward and Andrew Monlux. both of Algona, were among Iowa State college students honored at an Honors Day Convocation at the college May 20. This special ceremony is designed to recognize students w h o have votes cant. There was no county contest in the republican ranks to attract "swinging" voters while the democrats had a red-hot Walker- three-way battle for the nomination for coroner. Strength of Hickenlooper and Wilson in their respective races in the county would indicate that there is little wavering toward candidates of personal appeal but little performance as opposed to candidates who have made good records. LOCALS given evidence outstanding Ferns Here Attain Length of 5 Feet Fire Ruined Tools . ability along scholastic lines as well as outstanding character and personality. Curtis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward, and Andrew the son of Mr. and Mrs D. D. Monlux. * 'Billy' Dewel's tonsils and adenoids were removed at the Kossuth hospital yesterday morning. Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, Minneapolis, is spending the week with Mrs. T. C. Sherman. They are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Morton are again caretakers at the Country club clubhouse. This is their second year. Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm, Crystal Lake, spent from Wednesday till Friday with her daughter, Mrs H. C. Anderson. Helen Bestenlehner, Graettin- fied and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 26. 1942. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, Attorney. 37-39 Ernst Thiel yesterday brought to the Advance office possibly the longest ferns ever grown in I Algona. He has two hedges that Tool Shower Given = __ | Doan, June 1—More than are some 20 feet long altogether" • nei ghk>ors anc j other friends of Two stalks that he brought down Mr - and Mrs - Bryan Asa gathered at the Asa home Thursday evening to surprise the couple with a "tool" shower. Mr. Asa received many useful tools to replace what had been burned in fire of the preceding Sunday, when his tool house was destroyed. Sandwiches, cookies, and coffee were brought and served by the guests. Two stalks that he brought down j measured 57 inches, and at that they were not cut off at the surface of the ground. These ferns grew from stock which Mr. Thiel's father-in-law, the late David Ristau, dug up in southern 'Wisconsin some years ago. Mr. Thiel says the ferns begin to turn brown early in the summer, and remain brown all winter, but the stalks keep their strength and stand out above the snow. Algona Boy Awaits 'Get Going' Orders Mrs. Hugh Colvvell got home last week Wednesday from San Diego, Calif., where she spent a week with her son Willis, who is | at a naval training school there. : He was graduated Monday from ' the yeoman school, and is now a j first class seaman. When his i Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham mother left he had his bag pack- j were at Burdette Sunday to see ed and was ready to leave at a • their son-in-law, Ben Sloter, who moment's notice for an unknown ' had an operation May 19 and has destination. While in California, ', since had pneumonia The With- Mrs. Colwell also visited Mr. and ! ams found him weak and thought Mrs. Honrv Rlnr.u- iviv P.i-,M, ™,j ! he was not gaining as he should WASHINGTON JOB. Mildred Aman will leave Monday for Washington, D. C., where she will be a senior stenographer in the war department. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Aman, Algona. Four Corners a beauty shop owner. -Mrs. Fred Shipley, of Shipley's Cafe, is at Rochester this week, going through the Mayo clinic. She will return Saturday.' Myrtle Beane, Duluth, arrived Monday evening for a few days with Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. She is employed in a relief office. The board of supervisors was in session yesterday. This was a regular meeting to pass on bills and transact other business. Alvina Wassenberg, Chicago spent from Thursday till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Se is a sister of Mrs. Linnan. Mrs. C. C. Schoeneman, of Hawarden, arrived yesterday for a few days with Mrs. Paul J. Hamill, the former Franzes Zender. C. W. Bjuslrom, employed at the ordnance plant, Ankeny spent Saturday night and Sunday with his wife and family here. Mrs. Donald White and her two children left Tuesday for Des Momes to join Mr. White, now manager of a Henry Field store there. Workmen were cementing the wall tops of the Call opera house wreckage Monday. The third story walls were recently torn down. County Ageni Brown, Fay J . . Mrs. Henry Black. Mr. Black and Mr. Coiwell are cousin:;. I. S. T. C. Graduates Five From Kossuth Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton, Cresco township, was one of 50 Teachers college students who received elementary teacher diplomas at graduation exercises Sunday evening. Marie Erpelding, another South End girl, received a similar diploma. Bertha Ann Smith, Burt, received a bachelor •of arts degree, as did, also, Elvira Halvorsen, Ledyard. Anna Genrich, Lu Verne, received a rural teacher's certificate. William Phillips Wins Recognition William, son of Chamber of Commerce Secretary and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, was graduated from the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, Sunday with a B. A. degree. He was also honored with Phi Mu Alpha national honorary fraternity scholarship recognition. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, with the son Clark, attended the graduation exercises. Delia and Ellen Witham spent Friday evening and Saturday with Leatha and Lois Adams, Algona. The Robert Walkers attended a reunion of Mrs. Walker's people at the Roy Kollasch home, | Wesley, Sunday, and Rose Ann i Kollasch came here with the Walkers for a few days. Telephone line No. 10 was "on the blink" a few days as a result of recent storms. Lineman Robert Walker has put it back into service. A large number of people attended a Mothers & Daughters club gathering Friday at Mrs Mart Elmore's, Edna Mitchell assisting. A program was given, including a play, The Henpecked Husband, with Eula Rich and Clara Drayton as characters; also a play, Mother-in-law, given by Irene Bjustrom as husband and Ruth Harlan as wife. A third play was The Dude Salesman given by Ruth Stephens and Verla Miller the latter playing the part of sheriff. The next meeting is to be with Susie Witham next week Thursday, Jessie Royce assisting. Ralph Smith and Donald Buffington, Titonka, spent Saturday with the Ray Smiths. * -- 3 -..* *^*wwii, ^ a V J, ?L ea ^ e i. b ° ys '^ ll i b a g en t, and Al**.., attended a meeting at ---. . —.ginci Hofmaster is having the exterior of the former Mrs ' . extension yesterday. Margaret 0*- F txpert hands to smooth the way to new beauty for you ... to give you the most flattering make-up you ever had! Expert advice to aid you in keeping your complexion lovely through the /ears! That is the thrill you have in store for you during the Beauty Week visit of '" Lucy I. Low Cara Nome Specialist. By appointment only. Miss Lucy I. Low will devote 45 minutes to you for an individual skin analysis, a beautifying facial and make-up and advice for daily complexion care. Miss Lucy I. Low comes at OUT own expense to extend this courtesy to our friends and customers. Make your appointment now! Only 10 consultations can be given daily—9 a. m. to 4:45 p. m. K.D.James THE DRUG STORE BEAUTY WEEK • HAIL • INSURANCE ON CROPS L. S. BOHANNON < Over S & L Store Phone 103 : Buy Your New Oil Heater Before June 15 The War Production Board specifies that 1 "° 41 ' der to buy fuel oil for winter, YOU MUST gAVE PURCHASED YOUR STOVE BEFORE JUNE 15. Fuel oil will not be available tor any heaters sold retail after that date. ™ HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF COLEMAN HEATERS AT $49.95 UP. See them to^ day! We also have a complete line of NEW MAYTAG WASHERS Featured in our store are the following nationally known lines: 10WA CREAM SEPARATORS PHILCO RADIOS NATIONAL and CHORE BOY MILKING MACHINES HAMILTON BEACH VACUUM SWEEPERS AND FOOD MIXERS QUICK MEAL RANGES Algona Maytag Co. Phone 399 Glenn Crilly, Owner. V*U* ^OA * VOH A Everyday Tr rt Bab-0 2 cans 19c SEEDLESS GRAPES SIFTED JUNE PEAS 18K MILK cans . . . CAMPBELL'S SOUPS Chocolate Gems 7 oz. pkg. 2 for 21c Ko. 10 . tin Except chicken and mushroom CARNATION MILK,!;: .. Shoestring or Diced No. 2 can .... CARROTS 2 for 3 for Z for 3 for 3 for 49c 27c 23c 19c 25c 25c Corn, Gloss Starch 2 2 pkgs. WHEAT- IES . . GRAPE- NUTS . RICE KRISPIES QUAKER OATS . WHEAT PUFFS, 5-oz. CORN O FLAKES W POST TOASTIES CORN KIX ... . pkg. SHREDDED WHEAT. . . pkg. Large A i POST BRAN ^ pkgs.. 113 21c pkgs. Irg. . pkg. pkgs. 2 pkgs 16c 5c CLOROX or HILEX . . E-Z BLEECH . . CLEANS- Q ER . . W qt 1 boxes LUX or O LIFEBUOY W bars LEWIS Q LYE . . O can s IGA O LYE . . .W.cans CLOTHES pkg. of PINS . . of 40 AEROWAX Quart . . . . . IGA.SOAP A GRAINS . & CLIMA- LENE . . . 18c 10c 12C 20c 25C 21c 39C Garden Seeds a Pkg. lOc Soda ' *-^»« Crackers 2 pounds 17c Fruits and Vegetables New Potatoes 10 Ibs. 33c BANANAS ....... 4 ,„, 29c LEMONS !£?...... . . .doz. 25c ORANGES 2 4o ,29c ORANGES,^.... .. ao ,29c LARGE CELERY , ... eadl i 3 c CARROTS. .. 2 lOc MUSTARD .. .... CAROL APPLE BUTTER CAROL PEANUT BUTTER. *.„, 35c DILL PICKLES . S? 1.9c. SWEET PICKLES . 2 S23c STRONG Low Prices GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ^;,r a , », ORANGE JUICE.... ^SJ IGA TOMATO JUICE TOMATO JUICE tin Blended Orange and ||l|rC Grapefruit JUHC -tin Sani-Flush large can CLEANSING TISSUE PAPER TOWELS . dark PRUNES, FULL-E-RIPE GERBER'S BABY FOOD en us Sandwich Cookies 2lbs.29c Humboldt Creamery BUTTER 1 2< box Fin iS r o. 2 can FANCY PEAS ^••M • CORN E ancjr Whole Kernel No. 2 can tall cans tall cans • . each Iv 2 for 23C 2 for 22C 2 for 27c 2for19C . FRUIT COCKTAIL SARDINES '± ... MAGIC BAKE FLOUR. m NUGGr FLOUR MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI S 16c RAISINS........ ;S 16c SOFT-A-SILK CAKE FLOUR 23c 1(1 1 RQ . . . . His. I iW9 " 1.39 . Ibs. Bacon Squares Ib. 16k \ Pure Lard 2 Ibs 27e Quality Meats SMALL WIENERS ..... .,,21cj URGE MINCED BOLOGNA n,.17'/2C I Smoked Liver Sausage or ••"•.' BRAUNSWEIGER ,, 24'/ 2 c SUMMER SAUSAGE Wilson's Certified IZ 8 half or whole ... SMALL PICNICS.... IEEF CHUCK ROAST .,. BEEF SHORT RIBS. . .,, 14'M I h A I IIUriJEAU kiCAT •• v«nr LuiiLncvn PICA i KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD RppALE COTTAGE CHEESE u 10J HOOD'S Prices

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