Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1942 · Page 4
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VISITORS IN PORTLAND TWP, ARE HONORED Portland Twp., June 2— A family picnic was held at Wyott Stott's Sunday honoring Mrs. i au- a . moore, meir son .uon, and Harry Cheever and Mrs. Le Roy daughter Mrs. D. C. Gardner are .boettcher, who left this week attending the rites. Deputy Sher- Tuesday for their homes in Call- iff and Mrs. Marc Moore were " a KOSStTTM COUNTY ADVAKCB. ALGONA. IOWA St. Paul Sister of J. M. Moore Passes tf. M. Moore received word Monday of the death at St. Psul of his sister Mrs. P. A. McMillen, 79. Mrs. McMillen, who had long been an invalid, died Sunday. Funeral services were held yesterday at St. Paul, and burial rites will take place at Tipton, la., her old home, today. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, their son Don, and . th £? wer ? " nc , e J ta _ in y^terday whether they the Gerald Braces, Mr. and could go. Mrs. Whalen, Lakota, her son, Mr. and Mrs. Leo limmerfall, Algona, the F. A. Ringsdorfs, and Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. Afternoon callers were the Ross Rings- dorfs, Mapleton, Minn., their daughter and Her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vince Adleman, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Swinton, Mason City. Arkansas Visitors Leav Mr. and Mrs. George White, I Titonka, June 2—Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, Ark., left Thursday for B. H. Meyer received a message home, after three weeks here Friday saying that their brother- with relatives and f r i e n d s. in-law, Wesley Harms, had died. George had just recovered from Funeral services were conduct- a long and serious sickness in a ed Monday, and from here at- Chicago hospital, and the Whites tending were Mr. and Mrs. Mey- had been away from home since e r. son Wesley, Mr. and Mrs early in the year. Mrs. Will Harm Kettwick, and Mrs. John Ringsdorf was hostess at dinrier S. Rippentrop. W. H. Beenken, a Thursday honoring Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law of Wesley Harms, art parents of a 7 3-4 Ib. boy, born Sunday night, first child. Mrs. Michaelson is the former Volena Alke. S. S. Clas* Hat Outing— Mrs. Calvin Schnucker took her Sunday school class' of young people to Spirit Lake on Decoration day on an annual outing and picnic. ' Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin, Crystal Lake, called at A. M. Peterson's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and Mr. and Swuon'i Firtl C. C. Parrf— . . The first Country club party of the season, the annual directors' party, was held last Thursday night at the clubhouse. The "eats" consisted of a Dutc.h lunch. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, fhst, and Mrs. M. J. Pool second. Mrs. C. E. White was first at women's golf. There were 74 persons in attendance at VIrs. Rex Austin, also Crystal' the party. Directors of the club, BROTHER-IN-LAW OF A COUPLE AT TITONKA WEDS L,ake, were at George Larson's, i Mrs. Forrest Reibsamen, . Britt, 'spent the weekend at the A. M. Peterson and Mrs. Bessie Tryon homes. Mrs. Donald Trees, Britt, who visited her mother, Mrs. Bessie Tryon, and the latter's daughter Maxine, will leave Wednesday for Camp Cook, Calif., to visit her husband. She will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beed and hosts at the party are: president, W. W. Sullivan; vice, Jos. Lynch; secretary, Craig Smith; treasurer, T. H. Holmes; Fred Kent, Fred Timm, M. J. Pool, Dr. K. R. Hoffman, A. H. Borchardt, J. D. Lowe; Albert Granzow, W. P. French, H. L. Gilmore, R. H. Miller, Kirby Smith, and Campbell Humphrey. yesterday, a week later than us ual. After dinner and business they attended an Eastern Stat meeting at the Masonic temple. Mrs. D. L. Leffert entertained her sewing club, the Merry Mix ers, Friday, nine members , at tending. THIRD MONLUX SON TO BE AN AMES GRADUATE Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux will go to Ames Friday to attend commencement exercises for their son Andrew, who will be graduated in veterinary medicine. Andrew is the last of three Monlux brothers to be graduated iiii. emu jYiia. v_uctuta iseea anai •—«_ -^ i* — from college. 'Only a month ago Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tryon, at Bell- , The _ Rebekahs and their hus- Mr. and Mrs. Monlux went to flower. She plans to be gone two ban ? s \ ur l lvel y jnvaded the back Iowa City to attend graduation wppks yard of the Dehnert hotel last of their son Rnhprt trnm *hn uni. . , flower. She plans to be gone two weeks. y?™ of tft e Dehnert hotel last of their son Robert from the uni- Mrs A M Peterson pntprtain ni ? ht dre , sse< * as hoboes and car- versity medical college. the Thursday bridge club one p 1 "*,, 8 "* 8 of lun £ h - This "hobo The Monlux son William ^tv^a^K^\^\l & lK^ m ^^ Mn ^. 0ui Re - U^duated in veterinary medi- Mrs Wilbur Sch?am l^d MrY T £ ekahs had not done before ' Out - cine at Ames five .years ago. A Dunmire PrkeTwent to MM °° r geS *™ Iayed Whn Andrew is a second lieutenant H. I. Torgerson Orthel r, ,,. , _ ,, . . Geraldine and Jerrold Wilkens, lunch. who had been staying with the to MM v. Henrv »lT S -i me for refreshments the in the army veterinary reserve. Henry .-hoboes" were made to go to one Robert is a first lieutenant in the ot ttiree stations and ask for medical reserve biit will <;prvp F1VE TO SCHOOL. Lu Verne, June Sr-Wx? all members of the 1M2 „ school graduating class, left 1 ford, Marcella Henderson, Regina, Laubenthal, Jean Putz- stuck; WANT ADS WaniAdiof allktiiditt* CASH) Ho charge accouiUi. No 'till 6rd»r*d out' ordori, Ordinary want*, for ul*> for rent, etc., 2c word.. Minimum 25c. Add lOe for mailing replies to 'blind' ad*. Siampi accepted for ordinary wanU. Count each •et of initiate at on* word, also each Mt telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary -words such as 'one,' etc. Contract low rate on long readers. Legate lOc line, 5c line for repeats. gWofk oh farm.—Mrs. duy CarU »Ll*«y?^Sr »«.. 10U38 i ~^r i--ir-v OR , G1R L lor hdusework in country — one 135121, Mrs. J. N. Larlon 12p38 MARRIED OR single man on dairy farm.—Stevenson Dairy, phone 2041, Britt. 12u38 RED ROAN GELDING FOR ;sale or trade for young cattle. «*Paul Ludwig, Whittemore. yo itt I2(p)38 LADY HELP WANTED—Algona Laundry. 5u38 wrl." "U"vn.m6 iv.ii. emu ivu-s. -""*"«» w uj. vvesiey riarms, •••••-' nou uccn amyiug wiui me I lusea at one stat White, the youngest White son with the former's son Eugene, I Fred Adamsons since last fall, another. Some ^ Barrel], Des Moines, and his also attended the funeral. have returned to their home at work for food by wife, who were spending several Mrs. W. H. Beenken had been Estherville. Their mother came and doing other « a y s here.jpther guests were the | with her father since his opera- Sunday to get them. i - -- tion two weeks ago at Marshall-! Mr. and town. The Harms home was at Wells <;prvp Sometimes they were re- out an interneshio at a San Frln ^before he is caUed FOR SALE — GRADE yearling Hampshire boar.—Fred S. Gei- el, Algona. 8p38 Donald Ringsdorfs. and Mrs. Shipler, Ledyard. Darrell is in the army reserve and is to report soon at headquarters. •^ _ Porllanders Go Fishing— p " j "Tj ~™y*.i & ,.AU» 11 ic I fused at one station and sent tolcisco Fred Adamsons since last fall, [another. Some were made to) to the William Monlux was studying for a Ph.D degree at Cornell uni Mrs. John Falk, , and Mrs. the latter of Algona, _---- = .—"""t. »«"""• i . egree a orne Coffee was made in the fireplace versity, Ithaca, N. Y., but was an<? served in tin cups. Mrs. Chan called to the service three months WANTED — GOOD HOME FOR pet, year old , toy Shepherd. Male.—Phone 827. 12(2)38 FOR SALE-4938 CHEVROLET De Luxe 2-door sedan. Priced to sell.—Casey Loss, Burt. '•'(i- I2(2)32tf FOR SALE—WHITE KITCHEN cabinet, 3-burner oil stove like new.—Wm. Hauptly, Wesley. 12p38 MARRIED MAN WANTS FARM •ijob ,or truck-driving. — E. H Huber, c/o Frank Burgess, Rodman, 11(2)38 MAN WANTED FOR RAW- leigh Route of 800 families. Wnte today.—Rawleigh's Dept IAF-10-SA, Freeport, 111. 16p38 ave tf LOST— calf - Bonn. Co. FRESH STR A W, salo > goes twiccTs If aults. Algona 3 far ' REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk thonT'^n 1 ' shir*, and Yorkshire boarg.-Ben Eil^n ° Studer, Wesley. 14(2)143°" hobo costume. - —•"— n wu ni, T» \_iio- i -*• *-*-*inv_i, LUC -icttLtri uj. xvigona burg, and Mr. Harms' operation spent the weekend at Omaha i was for cancer. His wife is dead, with a sister of Mrs. Falk Mrs Counlry Club Family Picnic— r PHj-i -Fimyvr.nl « *. J l-.__* 1 A _ . 1 1 I TIT y-^ T^ . ' —••*•*"-'• I mi *n « _ . .-„ as soon as bait and fishing tackle could be pack-, ed, and- the trip at 40 m. p. m. Wellsburg,. with could be made to Spirit Lake, a Harms lived, number from here were in boats, fishing. The men were Tom Trenary, son Kenneth, Ross El- pnze for the best | before he was first lieutenant in the veterinary reserve, and was at Fort —"•""»«"«= jo ucau. i™."" a OJOLCI uj. ivirs. raiK, MTS.\~~"""i «-.uu f omuy ncmc — I Ord, ' Calif when hp was last The funeral and burial took place W. O. Boger. There will be a family picnic heard from' 3,1^/^1^4^^^ *• tf. m E1 M?: fsr jrinsssj! 1 ^ I SVST o«s e nar ! E I srijs±' ssrzffz Defeat the Ch . ., .ut of Eagle c. Huch son Forrher Charivan for Newlyweds- honor of Mrs. Bleich's birthday. Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman formation any of the commHtee Calvin Bnstow, newlywed, has Cards were played, and prizes Johnson, Belmond, were week- members may be consulted good ears, and he heard the first won by Mrs. Jerry Breen and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy I ileu- tryout of a neighbor's noise-mak Mr s. Guy Bruns. I Barton. — *f — — " «* « Ji^i^nkTui a- iiuilat;"lliaii er Thursday evening, so grabbe his wife, and they took a spin around, only to come back homi and be caught. A big yoo! hoo to close neighbors brought the rest of the crowd, and the resulting noise woke others not so close. Ice cream was served to 50 merrymakers. Fishermen Catch a String- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Scott entertained at dinner on Memorial day. In the afternoon the men went to Spirit Lake, where they saw a storm and caught a string of fish. The Scott guests were Mr. Scott's three brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Scott, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Louis . Scott, Burt; and Mr. and Clarence Scott, Ledyard. Visii From Ex-Buri Girl Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Housh, Des Moines, were Friday supper •guests at Will Grover's, also called on the Manns, Burt, and others there and here. They came for Memorial day. Mrs. Housh, the former Merle Owen, daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen, is a niece of Mrs. Grover. The Owens lived many years at both Burt and Algona. McWhorter Visitors Come— Ray McWhorter drove to Fort Dodge Friday evening to meet and bring up his sister, Vera McWhorter, who is employed at Omaha. She was a weekend visitor here and with her mother at Algona. Mrs. Alice McWhorter- White, Iowa Falls, came Saturday for a several days visit. Club Programs Prepared— A Portland Progress club committee met with Mrs. Will Ringsdorf Friday and made out new programs. Women present were Mesdames Henry Smith, Edward Wolf, Clifford Young, Jos. Zanke, Wyot Stott, and Howard Sparks. Plum Creek Club Meets— Mrs. Kyle Keith entertained the Plum Creek Social and Literary club last week Wednesday, and 40 persons attended. Conditions After World War I was the topic of talks by Mesdames Marie Scuffham ind Millie Slagle. Two Bridges Are Started— A bridge construction crew is erecting two new bridges on th Burt-Titonka road, near the A' bert Bunkofske farm. It is re ported that it will require thre months to complete the work. Three to Business School- Margaret Ringsdorf went t Mason City Monday to begii studies at the Hamilton Commer cial school. Margaret Richmann Burt, and Marilyn Long, Al .gona, other 1942 Burt high gradu ates, also enrolled. Other Portland News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen and Mrs. Harold Nelspn, all o Waterloo, also a son of Mrs. Nel son, were over Saturday and Sunday guests at George Lar sen's and S. M. Peterson's. Mrs Peterson is now able to take care of her correspondence. Mrs. Kyle Kelly left Friday for Cedar Rapids, after a short visit at home. She is employee in a defense plant, and her hus> band is in the army. The Wm. Stewarts, Waterloo were weekend visitors with relatives here. » Methodist Goal is Fixed for Repairs The Methodists, who have set $2,000 as goal for an improvement fund to be used for repairs on the church edifice, now have pledges of more than $1700. Most of $1200 in cash and more than $500 in pledges were received in a special offering Sunday, May **•. Work has not been started, but will be begun soon. Legion "Aux" to Meet— iwwivinii in nillll I GETS RECOGNITION . S. Naval Air Station, Pen- S0toi " *{%$. _ a el w . w at A. M. Peterson's and attended \f?™ amson > an £ Bob M iner, of members attended the picnic. Dinner Honors Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. Intermill's birthday, and a dinner honoring hier was attended by the Mrs Henry Van Hoves, the J. L In- termills, Eleanor and J. P. Kelly, Jackson, Minn. Visit Patient at Rochester- Mr, and Mrs. John Pink and Mrs. Earl Stott spent Sunday afternoon with Bert Sanders, Sexton, who is at a Mason City hospital. They also called on Mrs. John Rode. Doctor Home From Visit Dr. Pierre Sartor got home Friday from visits with hi daughter Alice and J. T. Coyk Chicago. He also visited brother Frank at Aurora, 111. Son for Michael Michaelsons— Mr. and Mrs. Neil Michaelson Patty Ball, student at Ames, arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with her parents before she returns for a summer session Mrs. C. B. Egesdahl, 'her daughters, and Ruth Egesdal R N, were dinner gusets at Eari Efesdal's, Elmore, Sunday. review John Stein- . «. B - ovken > waitress .at the Wilson Cafe, spent Decoration day with her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Boyken. Mrs. Harley Brandt and her daughter Ardith Irene were ere brought home Friday from a Mason City hospital. M ™ and Mrs - Harol d Gartner and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram spent the weekend at a lake near Paynsville, Minn. slides of her division will serve. Garden Club Has Picnic— The County Garden club had a "family" picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park I Roy McMahon and hold showed There were attendance. Y. P. Society Plans Picnic- Members of the Young People's society of the Trinity Lutheran church will have a picnic Sunday afternoon between 2 and 6 at the Ambrose A. Call state park. OTHER SOCIETY. The past matrons of the local O. E. S. chapter held a meeting SummerClassic Chrischilles Store A 2-piece Kay Dunhill of ipun rayon — smartly tailored — attractive colors. Siz- B 12 to 20, .specially priced I 6.50 Swim Days Are Here Chrischilles Store Municipal Fool Opens Sunday June 7th Bright, colorful bathing suits made from Latex satin, with inner linings, both attractive and comfortable, a grand new line at reasonable prices. We have a fine selection just in time for the opening of the municipal pool Sunday. This is the smartest, snappiest line of swimming suits you've ever seen at these low prices. Come in and look them aver. 3.45 3.95 4.50 class at the navai enlisted in the navy at Dodge recruiting office in June, 1940, and. was sent to the naval training station at Great Lakes, 111., for elementary training. He was transferred to *? duty with of one of the Beard has taken advantage of opportunity offered by the navy, and is building his future in a profitable, established trade while serving in the country's fighting forces. Radio, electricity, and aerial photography are among 45 courses open to enlisted men entering navy service scnools to become specialists SummerClassic Chrischilles Store Why let hot, sticky daiys sap your vi/ tality when you can be degrees cooler in a refreshing Airmore Suit of Botany Fabric. Press keeping, wrinkle resisting, 36-ounce miracle suit. The price is $30. We have other suits in summer weight at 19.50 and 35.00 Here's a little item worthy of a thought—an Arrow Summer pocket kerchief for *lilrty-fbo cents. Hakes any suit look nicer and gives yonr appearance a boost You can't afford to expose worn-oat elbow* and frayed cuffs to ybmr Wends when a fresh, handsome shirt can be had at $1.«5, $9.00 and $9.85. We feature the Horton and Arrow lines Cool Summer Shoes • White, brown and white or brown and tan 2.95 3.50 5.00 6.00 Swimming Tranx. Get into the swim la either a Lastex or a Cotton Gabardine. 1.50 1.95 TPU* "thiaktf" oool Are yon the fellow i says Summer Slut be good looking r I comfortable. -Boj,l get together and krtj • little chat aboit new all rayon tf'J wool light w«l| Large selection oil . do th* trick. SAILOR STRAWS 1-502.003,50 BODY HATS 1-00 1,50 1.95 3.50 5.00 $2.50, $10 -^th neat white d tucked * ored ski-green, luggage 12 to 20 8.00 ZENDER

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