Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1942 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1942
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t»AGB TWO COUNTY ADVANCB. AL6ONA. 1OWA_ ••k ^Bl ' • • -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ " ~ Many from Away at Funeral for Albert Reno RELATIVES AND FRIENDS CROWD WESLEYCHURCH Wesley, June 10—Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Albert Reno, 68, Saturday were two daughters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. (Florence) Ernest Sheets, Omaha, and Mr. and x Mrs. (Nellie) William Lyons, Chicago; and the son Leo, Ledyard, his wife, and children. The Sheets children here. were also The brother Andrew, Spencer; the brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Reno, Ayrshire; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Shanks, WHITTEMORE SHORTS John Baas is confined to bed with a severe case of indigestion. He was- ailing several days last week. The Rev. W. H. Discher and" Teachers W. H. Behnke and P. L. Jessen attended a pastors' and teachers' conference at a Walther League camp on west Okoboji LEDYARD j -•-.•u, j-j.tj.iiiv, tjiicniiYOj jjr iriGir Logansport, Ind., Mrs. (Belle) J. Sunday A. Finnegan, Royal, and Ida Mrs. Engleby and her sons Kmgsley, Carlis, and Carlysle have returned from a week at Bismarck, N. D., where they visited a brother of Mrs. Engleby. Marjorie Mayer and Jeanne Estle, Des Moines, were visitors at their respective homes here Were: Mr. ----- — O~") J.VVJJL»*J CI1IU. -LUC*. Reno, Spencer, came, and others and Mrs. • Roy Ruge, Springfield, Ohio; Mrs. Jerome Hack and Delores Hack, of Des Moines; Mrs. Nap Remillard, Hartley; Mrs. Ida Behmer, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blair, Sutherland; Mrs. Silas Grosser Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Heddinger, Ruthven; and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones, LeMars. ; Out of town friends attending included Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Degnan, Gilmore City; Mrs. W. L. O'Brien, Mrs. Ralph Degnan, Mrs John Kibby, W. M. O'Brien, Mrs. M. B. Kane, Mrs. Maria Malia, Mrs. John Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hall, Mrs. Kate Donovan, Stacia Donovan, Maurine Kelly, all of Ayrshire; the Rev. Father Rush, M. S., LaSalette missionary college, Milford; Edward and Frank Huss. Mrs. J. B. Ihry, Mrs Carroll Bysinger, all of Royal. Mr. Reno, who died suddenly . , last Thursday morning of a heart attack, one! his wife had operated the Reno cafe and hotel here 1<> years. Mr. Rene had a hardware store and farm implement shop at Ayrshire 11 years before coining here. Besides the son nnd daughters, Mr. Reno was survived by his wife, three other daughters, Helen. Mrs. (Marie) Paul Flaherty, and Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick, Wesley, and six grandchildren. A sister. Mrs. Phoenie Ruge. Minot, N. D., and a brother. A."j. Reno. Benton City, Wash., were unable to attend" the funeral, which was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church here, with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery, the Rev. L. N. Klein, pastor, officiating. Martin Bleich to Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich •went to Iowa City Sunday, and Martin entered the 'U' hospital for medical treatment. He resigned as manager of the creamery at Bancroft and moved to Wesley some weeks ago because of poor health. The son Russell as with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Carman, Stilson, and the daughter Mary Jane as at Henry Seller's, Algona. Brother-in-Law is Dead Mrs. H. H. Raney accompanied her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey, of Easton, Minn., to Odell, 111., Monday to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law, William Trecker, who died suddenly Saturday of a heart attack. Mrs. Trecker is the former Katherine Dorn, sister of Mrs. Raney, and she was married in September, 1941. Good Fishing in Minnesota— Edw. Hildman, son Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Sexton, returned Sunday from a five-day fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. They reported good catches. Henry and Olaf Funnemark recently had a few days of fishing in northern Minnesota lakes. Student Nurse Visits Here— Vera Forburger is spending three weeks at the parental Tom Forburger's. She has completed the first nine months of nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Sioux Cit, and will complete training at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Goes to Summer School "Chuck" Krause returned to Ames Monday to attend the summer session at the college. He had spent a week at the parental Charles Kraus home. Don Kraus is now at a camp in Florida, Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nuehr- Jng, Kansas City, Kans., spent the weekend at the parental Geo. Ward's. Arthur is employed in an airplane factory, and he went back Sunday, Mrs. Neuhring staying for a several weeks visit. The Albert Martineks were Sunday evening callers at the Jos. Goetz home. Mrs. Mary Goetz and her daughter Dorothy were Sunday dinner guests at the Goetz home, and the Lee Goetzes called.there in the afternoon. • Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer with Eva, Myra, and Mildred Fox, got home early in the week from Louisiana, where they visited the Studer son Mark, who is in the U. S. army at Barksdale Field, near Shreveport. Ernest Sheets left Sunday for Omaha, where he is employed in an ordnance plant. Mrs. Sheets and the children remained here for the week. All attended the iuneral of Mrs. Sheets' father, Albert Reno. Mike Lloyd, employed at Bancroft. W as at the parental Mrs. 'i-.oretta Lloyd's Saturday evening. He pitches for the Bancroft semi-pro baseball team. The James spent the Weekend at Lost Island, fishing, and the daughter Carmen stayed there for a visit with relatives. Jeannine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, observed her 13th birthday this week Wednesday. The . Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Mrs. A, J. Hild- naan hostess. Kenneth Thompson, recently inducted into the army, is at a medical training base. Grant, Rockford, 111. H^ ,,^, now at Primghar, plans to teach next fall. The George Thompsons returned Sunday from three days with the son Milton, his family, and Milton's brother Duane. All attended a piano recital in which the local Thompsons' granddaughter, Jean, took part. The elder Mr. and Mrs. Thompson called on Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Primghar, and Jean Carolyn Kay Thompson ^ ulllt here with the grandparents for a three weeks vacation visit. Mr. and Mrs. August Kroner left Sunday for an extended visit at,the daughter Mrs. Brandt's at Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Spatcher lately came for a few days with Mrs. Spatcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Loyd. The Spatch- ers will attend summer school at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Worden are parents of a boy, Eugene Raymond, born Saturday at the Dolmage hospital, Buffalo Center. Mrs. Worden is the former Elaine Blome. Jos. McDonald and Paul Garry students at St. Thomas college, St. Paul, came home Saturday for a summer vacation 'Billy' McDonald, also a student at St Thomas, has joined the army air corps. The Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Groto attended a ministerial picnic at the Pilot Knob park near Forest City Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne, son Wallace, and Edyth Logan spent last week Tuesday to Thursday _The Delbert Johnsons, Rolfe visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hei denwith Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, of Lotts Creek, with Mr. and Mrs William Rusch, here, left Saturday evening for Watertpwn, Wis. and points in Illinois to visit relatives. They returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krueger and William Busch, West Bend, with Louis Braatz, here, attended the funeral of Frank Rhode, Klemme, last Thursday. Mr. Rhode, a half brother of Mr. Krueger, died of a heart attack. The Herman and Archie Voigts visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, Rolfe, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, and wrs. Annie Dau visited Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schultz, Forest City, Sunday. EX-IRVINGTON BOY TEACHER FOR 20 YEARS Irvington, June 10 — Albert Reed, 92, Topeka Kans., here visiting old friends, was a guest at M. L. Roney's last Thursday. Mr. Re.ed said his son Burleigh, who teaches chemistry in a Topeka college, completde 20 years )f service in the school on May 1. Students present and former, many of them from distant parts of the United States, gave a 'homecoming" in his honor early ast month. Burleigh was born in this vi- inity and spent all of his early ife in and around Algona. He is graduate of the Algona high chool. Till a few years ago the Ider Mr. Reed helped his son in e college laboratory. Mr. Reed said the school has now been taken over by the government and will be converted into a factory. Burleigh, however, will continue to hold his job as chemist. Picnic at the Slate Park— Forty-four persons attended a Mullen-Hansen picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Sunday. The event was in honor of the Ivan Mullens, who had come from Cedar Rapids. They formerly lived' here, but tvan is now employed at a de- 'ense • plant. Colwell Daughter Visits Here- Mr, and Mrs. Leon Colwell will drive to Batavia Saturday to get their daughter, Mrs. B. O. Davis, and the letter's two children, who yill spend some weeks with the 'olwells. Mr. Davis, a carpen- er, has to be away from home or several weeks at a time. ome Planting Still Delayed— Many farmers were able to get heir soy beans sowed before the ast heavy rains, but some are till waiting for the ground to et into workable condition. Corn is tip and looking good, but much of it badly needs cultivating. "That gal's gonna make a swell wife for some lucky guy!" , Thursday at G. L. Newen- feld s, Alden. PAUL HAMILL Guaranteed WATCH REPAIRING At Barker's, Algona . . . high in protective powers, low in carbon formation, famous for gmng long engine life. ""nous OIL IS AMMUNITION ... USE IT WISELY' > "Some time ago she was smart enough to figure out that it takes two people to keep a car rolling— a careful driver and a skillful service man. "So, she came in to see if we would help prolong the life of her car and tires. I showed her our Car Conservation Schedule and explained how cars are built to last well over 100,000 miles if they're cared for. "Know what she said? . . . 'Okay, Mister—from now on we pamper this car. I'll bring it in weekly —you look it over and do what's necessary!' '•". . . Smart gal—she'll be driving her car a long long time. I like to help folks like her. Believe me, the guy who marries her is going to be lucky and I don't mean just because of the car!" * * * Buy United States War Savings Bonds and Stamps to help guarantee victory. 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E. Colwells were recent guests at Harold Colwells, northwest of Algona, the occasion being Harold's birthday. Other guests Were Helen Ohm, St. Paul, and the William Leiningers, of Lotts Creek. The Aid will meet Thursday at Mrs. Douglas Riley's. Mrs. Nina Blythe spent Friday at M. L. Roney's. —Buy Defense Bonds— ON THE AIR 'JUNE I THE TOP OF THE DIAL AT .THURSDAY V i* m IOWA'S NEW SUPP Cowered Farm Sta« 0 5O,OOO 154O »• | Josh Higgins Broadcasting Co Wate| ^ CLEAR CHANNEl BASIC BLUE FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUKE 12* and 13 Summeivize Your Pantry with Warm Weather Foods' Be prepared for summer appetites . . . stock your pantry shelves with ' ble, summertime necessities. . . . The following "Dependable" value* i . i ,? na- We vaue* i known brands key in with economical hot weather pantry preparedness COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF STEAK Club | Steaks, Ib. I Shoulder Steak, Ib. From Selected Pork Loins ROASTS and CHOPS Fancy Wide Bacon, Pound Sliced . 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