Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1942 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1942
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j»AGB TWO KOSStTTH COUNT? ADVANCE. AMQNA, IOWA ,_~ KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. A1X}QNA* IOWA 1 Ub 5.RemovedjrgmWesleyGirl's Oesophagus RECOVERY NOW EXPECTED FROM BURNSJY LYE Wesley, July 1-Donna Mae j '„ y° un & daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edw. Cink, spent last week in a hospital at Iowa City, '.^^A M dan operation fo -_—.„» V.J. „ mue from her oesa phagus which it was found necessary to insert a year or more ago while she was taking treatment for throat trouble as a re- suit of having swallowed lye three years ago. It is thought now that her throat will return ^r/ 1 ? 1 ""^ ' or nearl y so, following further treatment. Sunday School HasTpicnic— Sunday school attendants and friends ranging from babies to aging men and women attended a " m °2, Sunday school picnic at T?A« m£ ^ ake state P ark near Britt Thursday. A short program followed a noon meal, and ice cream was served to all. Former officers, including Lester Larson Wesley, president, and Frances ?eele™d. Brltt ' secretar y' wer * Mrs. Johnson Here Again— Mrs. Nils M. Johnson came Wednesday from Boone, where she had stopped to visit her daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Josephson on the way here from her winter home at Alamo, Tex She is visiting her daughters Mrs. •Herman Carlson, Mrs Esther Skow, and Mrs. Fred Bentele, her brother Olaf Funnemark, and other relatives n,- 0 * 68 * Lakes, 111., June 30— Merle Wellendorf, 43, Algona, la., has enlisted in the U. S. Naval Reserve, and is now undergoing a P, e , ri0 ? of recruit training here at the U. S. naval training station. He received a rating as motor machinist's mate second-class and at present is receiving instruction in the fundamentals of seamanship and naval procedure, following which he will be ™niflu d Tr t0 r. active dut y either with the U. S. fleet at sea or at a naval shore station _, Names Officers— The Priscilla Phoebes have elected officers: Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, renamed president; Mrs George Seaberg, vice; Mrs. Carl Pearson, secretary; Mrs. Guy Di- niond, treasurer; Mrs. Lester Larson missionary reporter; Mrs £rank Johnson and Mrs. Esther fakow, flower committee The i 16 ? 1 ™ 6 !* 1 " 5 wil1 be held on the last Wednesday in July. Back to Washington Job— Nina Mae Wagner, civil service office employe at Washington D C., left Monday, after ten days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner. Her brother Jennie, of the Naval office, Mason City, spent Sunday at home as did also another brother Uwight, working for Edw Otis REDEDICATION OF A LEDYARD CHURCH DATED Ledyard, July 1 _ Hededication eryices will be held at the Evangelical and Reformed church where considerable improving nflS Inroltr l-\c\«»-i «««—— T_A_ _T . ANNUAL MEETING OF LONE ROCK'S ELEVATOR HELD rfr L ,? ne V« OCk '- JUly 1 ~ TWO ¥ n " dred fifty-nine persons were served at an annual Lone Rock Exchange elevator dinner Saturday at the school house. Auditor Milton Coates, Fort Dodge, gave a report, and Elmer Kreger, Ralston, spoke. A. H. Hanna was reelected board member. The Mite society served the dinner. Hulberts Come for Funeral— **- and Mrs. J. M. Hulburt, of - spent Wednesday night 11*Crt «•»*!• n* T H JT Til * Ig's. Laura Radig, who has been visiting there, returned home. Joe Mockry, Titonka, spent Sunday at Andrew Thomson's. Barbara Doty, Mason City, came Sunday for a visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and Ruth Krueger spent last week Tuesday afternoon at A. F. Krueger's, Fairmont. T The O liver Stowes and the V. L. Whalens, Dolliver, were Thursday supper guests at Hugh i Marlow's. « Alice Madisen, Detroit, came recently for a month's' visit with Mrs. Mary Madison. Many from here attended the -jneral of Mrs. Maude Hanna at Burt Thursday. Frtt ._ •« » «J, Pearl remained to take a short business course. Home From the Cut- Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and . *-wmjiv*ci auic inipj has lately been completed, next ounday. There will be no Sunday school, and church services will start at 10:30 a. m., with the laying of a cornerstone. The church doors will then be unlocked, and the public as well as members is invited to attend all services during the day. The Rev. John Seidler, of Melbourne, will speak in American, and in the afternoon the Rev Mr Steck, of La Sueur, Minn, will speak. The afternoon ser vices will begin at 2 o'clock. Mr u C £ Wl11 s P eak in American he Rev. Mr. Seidler in German. The evening services will be ~-»ui_.i4) 0£*CJ1|» VV Ctl and Thursday at J. M; Blanch-" ards, and all attended the fun~al of Mrs. Maude Hanna at — jrt Thursday. Mrs. Maude Fish Whittemore, spent Thursday Violet Nelson is spendir night at Blanchard's. week at Alton Hurlburt The Ervin Wetzells and th Lyle Marlows picnicked at low Lake Sunday. Dwight Jensen, Burt, and Don na Jean Bates spent Sunday a Fred Haacks. . The Will Christensons spen the Grott ° this Al- Nurse Joins the Army- Margaret Haverly, registered "H™ e ft a U. S. veterans' hospital at St. Cloud, Minn., for several years spent from last Thursday till Monday with her father Henry Haverly, and other rela- • ™'- then Ieft for an army camp m Micc™,, 5 havi enlisted * Two Wesleyans io Teach— . Edward Funnemark, employed * m? J T 6lry Store at Waterloo during the summer, has signed a contract to teach at Armstrong Bernard Erdmann, also at Wat»r- loo, where he is playgrounds supervisor during the summer Plans to teach again at ™ -- - . x,.»***(., OV,A viUCO Will DG entirely in English, with the Rev. Calvin Schnucker, of the Ramsey church north of Titonka, in the pulpit. There will be special music at all services. The people of the local church are looking forward to this event as one that will be remembered for many years. Party Hears Noted Singer— A number of Ledyarders at- :endedI an organ recital presented by Sadie Bliss Cox, Albert Lea, ±~* e c..3^. ot ?..... Presbyterian Hirner Brothers Lose Mother— SaSS^gSEg^S ^^ Si0 ^ e K^ T ^ d w-.^. -i-i«.iY*_»i,a .Trie church Sunday evening. In the local party were the Rev. and Mrs. Nuss, Alice Nuss, Jean Gabel, Mrs. Martha Gabel William Stubbe, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack. Notice to Reformed Aid- Plans have been changed for a _ eeting of the Evangelical and Keformed Aid. Members will meet at the church instead of at the Junkermeier home. Curtains will be made for the church, and cleaning will be done. Mrs Elme Junkermeier will serve lunch Smiths Move to Woden— w^hK^e&gw^S operated a restaurant here, left Wednesday for Woden, where they are now living. There are plans yet for new operators of Jie restaurant. Mr. Smith has employment at Woden, where a daughter and a son live School Gives Program— The Bible school closed Friday with a picnic at the church. The pupils had charge of church services Sunday, the classes demonstrating what they had learned, ine school was in session two weeks. Five Jo Church Synod **" n nd M rl s : N " L ' Cotton - the --.. C. Whitehouse, Dorothy Jensen and Wilma Marlow spent ast week Wednesday at Ames ttending a Presbyterian Synod, Jorothy and Wilma attending a xoung People's Conference. Railroad Agent Vacationing— Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka ] for a two weeks trip to various points in Dale Thompson, last week and visits Wisconsin. Violet Nelson is spending eek at Alton Hurlburt's, gona. The Walter Leonards, Cylinder, spent Sunday at Jim Long's, 'JENSEN FAMILY HOLDS REUNION AT RINGSTED Seneca, July 1 — The annual Jensen reunion was held at the ^nfsted park Sunday, and 84 weather. Sickness, JMIB. .cieeiove weisoroa ana her son Maurice, who had been visiting at Washington, D. C., were expected home Tuesday. Maurice lives with the Clarence Osborns. Mrs. Oiborn, 75, Honored— Mrs. Anna Osborn, Fenton, was honor guest at a birthday party at her son Clarence's Monday afternoon. Her 75th birthday anniversary was celebrated. Hurt in Fall on Stairs- Mrs. Fred Brown is suffering from injuries received when she TPII Hr»tim n -fl.^Ui. _.e _*_« . • i 11 i J icv.civt;u wnen sne fell down a flight of stairs at her home. A bone in one ankle was injured. A « end » Schoolmate's Wedding— Ted Jensen drove to Alber Lea Sunday to attend the wed ding of a former roommate at De corah, Jos. Magelssen. Other Seneca JVews. The Curtis Olsons visited at arrie Larson's, Emmetsburg Jart of last week. Mrs Clarence * 0! Jpi eft ? r home in California ast Thursday, after visits here with relatives since May. She is I fllCTOf f\f H^-nn *"\1 Samuel and Curtis Olson homes* Hie Lester Osbwtw drove to Alexandria, S. D., Friday and brought here Mrs. Osbom's sis ter, Fern Letther, for ft stay of indefinite length. Mrs. Jos. Madden, who hac been visiting since* last Thursday at W. E. Yessler's, Cedar Rapids, was expected home Monday. The Jolly Jokers club was en- ;ertained at Leo Schmidt's (Ruth iCracht's), near Lone Rock, Friday. Mrs. Hans Jensen spent jarly part of the week at Jennie Jensen's, Ringsted. Florence Conway has been a sister of Mrs. Olson. S ' Cl 0> . was hostess Band Mothers Meeting Dated— The Band Mothers' club will meet the third Wednesday in £S ^ J* rs ' ? a ' k QuimM -••*.*.u. u t»\_JV V Haack assisting. Other Lone Bock. .iHf 6 ™ illia !? Blanch ards, Hum- -.iHf T\/T., Minnie Roberts, Lake —, -.-...in., who had been vis- iW at _, H " m b°Wt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eastman, Crystal Lake and Mr and Mrs. William White Renwick, were Sunday dinner guests at M. F, Blanchard's Mrs Roberts remained for a further Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith Algona, came recently for a visit at Henry Kueck's.. Sunday supper 0 «*-"i.vj were Whittemore. o. u the afternoon at sen's. died. Following the body nt formerly lived. W °r k , on . New Town Well— »aring completion on well which is being - 1 "' Halverson, Led- Beemer, Lakota. ie old well, and Edw. Ricke Sister Weds— Be^trice^fdm^n ^"g l°° nn , e Saturday to visit the Frank Rickes. This week Tuesday Agnes Ricke, Edw's sister was married and Beatrice WM one of three Bridesmaids. Soldier Will Golteck— Maynard Swanson, who hn<; fc S*5 «"W -nceS? snce us afte New Year's, got home Friday for his first furlough. On the Fourth he will have to start back to camp near Seattle, Wash Soldier Bacjc to Camp— teacher from Rolfe. Two Couples ArTTishing- Mr and Mrs. J. N. Ludwig the latter's brother, Dr. Magnus I Lichter, Burt, and his wife are spending this week in north" Minnesota, fishing. n . mine r Kunzes at Clear Lake— tv,^ 1 "' a u M , Mrs ' Julius Kunz, with Clear L-^T' left Sunda y *° St e t aa L L ^ et J° e ^™py. *e Ryan .. Henrietta Isaacs marked the 40th weQC versary of the Isaacses Mrs William Klein and her son Bud have arrived from Fairhope, Ala., to join Mr. Klein here during the summer. Mr Klein came in the early spring to help with spring work on his farm southwest of town Mrs. Al Wagner, dauehte Nina, and Mrs. Emil Wester spen Friday at Ames with Leila Wes ter, employed in the extension department of Iowa State college M ^" d ^rs. Lester_Larson and SUper Bernard Bierstedts were ' at Clar- evening guests. The Chester Burt, were Almes, Ottosen, short program, which was featured by a talk by Attorney Carl ihompson, Laurens, who spoke on Family Traditions. Among persons present for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson, Laurens; Mr. and Mrs. C J Shauger, Waterloo; M a b e 11 e Overn, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. J C. Petersen, Beloit, Wis • the Martin A. and H. E. Jensens, Mr and Mrs. Wendell Jensen, daughters Delores and Janice, and the Vernon Jensens, all of Algona Mrs. Julia Hanson, Minnie and Laila Hanson, Bode; the Lorenzo and Lloyd Helgasens, Armstrong i! 6 9'rA and M aynard Jensens, all of Swea City. ™ Mr ' Tand Mrs - Martin Jensen, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, the Ralph, George C. and Linus Jensens, T Ti?' £*• Wllber gs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, all of Ringsted; Marjone Reed and Barbara, Estherville; the Millen and P H Jensens, J. H. Jensen, Mrs. Martin Wilberg, her children, and Mrs. Hans Jensen, all of Fenton Guests were Harry Helgasen, Armstrong; Anna Osborn, Fenton; and Marjorie Beneke, Ames ill r. JJancy was nOSlBSS o the Seneca Thursday club last Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Gardner was co-hostess. Guests were MeS - da _5??5 Wesley Patterson and Cecil Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cady, of Plymouth, and the twin sons, Robert and Richard, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4915. State of Iowa, Kosuth County, ss In District Court, March term 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, tha' an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Eden, deceased, dated July 9, 1940, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 27th day of July, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified 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, Jui 25, 1942. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. guest since last Thursday O f ta Vbhfits Bailey. / a Mfi. J» H, Jensen has been Confined.to hoffte>ith a touch of bronchitis^ . Boiler That Served the Ol£Call Sold i ,. Thl L b !£J!? dlller yscd ln "eating the old Call opera house was re- Cofc^^i ooner was im s s 'i repairs wil • a nd a «gain. It W \ S8 ' V » top " nt v ut "f M* irrl a truck b " A Small Ad with BIG! VALUES Remember 95 per cent of our advertised prices ar £^22i y !!2T e ni v^iei it ui JL/la U1Ut HARRINGTON & LOWE, Attorneys. 42-44 Well, boys, what d'you think of Gluek's "Rentschlerized" beer? ,^^\ Ivory Flakes OR WM. Ivory Snow 19 LARGE PKG. CHOICE i( MAYFIELD GOLDEN CORN . N Can5C CAMPBELL'S ^^ »•>' •nFj/iUTY i Po lf • Bea« GIANT . 47 oz. CAN GIANT 47 oz. CAN ickspn and the family, Bancroft, were Sunday Sr guests at D ° naid Bia S MrS r , Cla r ence Schendel and Mr. % B - e i a - Ver> Buffalo Cen- r.h-^ ' TWllllam Rich, grand- gil dr ! n Lorraine and William «icn, Algona, were Thursday din n o e n's SUeStS 3t MrS ' Lillie ThomS- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau of Arkansas, called last week Tues 0*L^L¥_ el ™ HawkshoTe. --—, Patterson at Hospital— Mr and Mrs. Wesley Patterson and Oscar Patterson drove to Cedar Falls Sunday to visit relatives, then went on to Iowa City, where Wesley was to receive treatment at the university hospital for an injured arm. He suffered a similaMnjury a year ago. Band in Sunday Concerts— In spite of rainy weather 1he faeneca band gave concerts afternoon and evening Sunday at In- a rf% n ^ ark> near Fai ™t. An ied feature was baton twirling i ~ Madonna Doocy. There was a large evening attendance, with many Seneca families present Gives Program— and Mrs. O. M. Johnson -—., drove to Spring Grove Sunday for dedication of a new ™ Evan gelical church there rotnrn a n d Mrs ' Elaf Pear son have returned from southern Iowa ±c er l a1brother of M". Pearson The Vee Mullins left Friday for northern Minnesota for a three .LKS vacation. Theron Hanson Substitute rural mail carrier on .Mrs John Adden, California visited last week at her sister-in- law Mrs Maggie Eden's and w th other relatives in and about Wes- Kate Hawks Saturd'ay even-1 the Algf , uuys aue nded a va cation Bible school program Sun «-« wiuara iieigler Alennn" I V n ^° r ," InJg at St - J °hn's church ^^su-S™ ^V 8 ^^^'^* 1 " ' fH£V SAY IT'S BREWLD UNV&R ULTRA -VIOLET KAYS, BUT IT is, ITS THE i £VEK TASTED MAW, You THAT AGAIN Rentschle r\ " ' — i Del Monte Extra Fancy ' CATSUP "I5LATX" CONSUMERS -24 '/ 2 POUND BAG FLOUR .. 69c _ nliA !/," Beverages .QUART BOTTLE ! ALL FLAVORS KELLOGG'S 10 oz. PKG illBRANIOc NUTS 12 01. PKG. SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING _ Quart Jar i)r 40C SALAD BOWL Sandwich SPREAD . Quart Jar WATERMELONS Marian and^ilde/Beater? &£T Lake, were Sunday The Lawrence Newbroughs had wiif^ 11 f P, laster cas t, and Merlin M r ^^^ d i nne ^ ues ts, U Mr S andls W ever ba ? %*& fr ° m trai -"g *« prat S^ndaT evening' afS" V^ a ? M ™ Stewart's Burt "n g hl^^J ° f * h _e serious Father Sick— lerrill was call- sickness Braleys Are 38 Years Wed— bSS'W^.?-/;.^^ Other Wesley Kews. Mr. and Mrs. William Nadel- Jioffer and Evelyn Haynes, Chicago and Hammond, Ind re fonnw? ]y> left Sunday f or horn following a week here wit Haynes relatives. They were ac K anied to Chicago Waynes, the women's Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hantelmans Fenton, and CA$H! granulated soap U1 con rt««« better all oe9 TW|CB - Thov cuard use in hospital operating rooms. They gu " No,, m o,e *,».,«. Fresh Dressed Spring ^ ^ iS|JL-29c BACONSQUARES,,, 16c Skinless " ~ — WIENERS . . „ 21( 39c and up , , • • • • lb. Ass't Cold Meats 4 VARIETIES . L RING BOLOGNA, lb BHAUNSWEIGER lb COOKED SALAMI Mild Wisconsin BHK. CHEESE, lb COT'GE CHEESE, lb flA* Pabst-Eit or Kraft * CHEESE ^ SPREAD . . ea.-IOC BACON Armour's Star HAM PATTIES, II). 32e Quality Lean GROUND Q4* BEEF II,. tIC LAMB Armour's Star . . . . lb. si e rioi enr STEAKS . . . . . Shoulder Roast, lb. 25e CHOPS . . . .lb.35e D C C C CIl °Ice Corn Fed BUT JOT BOAST, lb. LARD *^-'•***-'-•-• lUft SHOUT BIBS, lb. MA A ZfiC Consumers Wholesale Food Stores Shop and Save the Wholesale Way Offices, Banks, Businesses Will Close MERCHANTS ** « <D™, a^ fc^,. _ fc 5 . », ALGONA Bay in son " ial Bargain*—Stores open unta 10 p, m , QJI Fr id«y Evening. %»w Chamber of Commerce

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