Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1942 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1942
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PAGE EtQRT ELEVATOR AT HOBARTON IN ANNUAL MEET Patronage Dividend of $5000 Ordered by Board. The Hobarton farmers' cooperative elevator company, now and for some years considered one of the best-managed in northern Iowa, had its annual meeting last week Monday night. There was an attendance at the elevator office of some 50 members of the cooperative. Reports were given, officers elected, and Bournes 43 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne entertained at femily dinner Sunday in celebration of their 43rd wedding anniversary. Attending were the Charles Barrickmans, the M. G. Bournes, the John Reckers, Bancroft, Mary Lee Peters, and Bates Stott, Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne were married at Burt by the Rev. George Whitfield, and Mrs. Bourne is the former Carrie Goodwin. They scou ISS AL6 OFFICIAL EAKER AT )NA CHURCH K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA All churches recognize the Boy Scout organization, Chester V. George, field scout executive for the Prairie Gold area, told mem- Ders of the Congregational church Sunday morning, A Scout cannot be a good one, he added, without recognizing God. Mr. George told of the work of ScOUtS and thp Vlistnrv r,f fha «»•_ - — ----- ~ «"^ uuuuwiu. j.uey i«i. vjfuige luia 01 me WorK OI :irst had a grocery store at Burt, Scouts and the history of the or- then in Algona, but for many ganizati^n, also compared the years lived on their farm in the training given Scouts with that Good Hope neighborhood till Hitler gives the German youth -hey returned to Algona in 1936. "If someone had interested Methodist Circle Entertained- fn" ' we shoufdTt'' Mrs. Henry Johannsen enter- trouble we're having in the ained her circle of the Methodist world today," was the opening * u ?' * week Thursday statement of his talk. That boy t her homp. TWrs "n T. T otf^^t- \\vac tvi^ r. n *3j n *:« mn •»»„ yard, medical; Mrs. Milo Rentz, Algona, medical. June 28—Michael Stoffel, Algona, surgical. .June 26—Mrs. Nanyfl Nelson, Titonka, surgical; Linda Falken- hainer, Des Moines, surgical. June 28—Mrs. Ann Scobba, Algona, boy. June 30—Jerry Jurgensen, surgical, Janice Thompson, surgical, Phyllis Jurgensen, surgical, Myron Cram, surgical, all of Corwith. DOAN investe h v " to the stockholders. By action of the board of directors $5000 in patronage dividends to members was set aside and credited to them. New Truck Hoist. The cooperative owns two elevators, and one is in first-class condition, the other in good condition. The sum of $3000 in im- I provements was expended last! year, and the buildings were put into first-class repair. Among the improvements is a new dump, and a long wheelbase truck hoist has lately been added The wagon hoist was retained. Ihis elevator is equipped with a dryer for handling wet grain. Tribute to Overmyer. A - E - Clayton, president, pre- j 16 ™ ome ' Mrs> D> L - Leffert was the sadistic Hitler. Mr nd Mrs. E. R, Carney were as- George reviewed Hitler's boy- istant hostesses, and Mrs. Dale hood, showing the latter's hatred .,_ bimon was program chairman, of everyone more successful than the com-.Guests were Mrs. H. M. Burns, he, and compared his life with condition, Mrs. J R. Woodmansee, Mrs. that of an American Boy Scout and operat-, Edw. Blumer, Mrs. Oscar Ander- who overcame feelings of infer- More .than son, Mrs. R. Smith, Mrs. Arthur iority. S t originally, Helberg, and Mrs. Walter Klamp. "There are four things stressed returned j ihere were 22 persons present. by Hitler in training the youth of n r The Guy Dimonds and Myr- wins spent Sunday afternoon a Henry Swanson's, B'ritt, where relatives gathered in honor o Maynard Swanson's birthday. He was at home on a furlough from Camp Geiger, near Spokane Wash. Darryl Sparks spent most of last week at Dimond's. . The Chester Smiths, who live in a house on the Henry Nelson farm, visited the Oscar Hammonds, near Sexton, Sunday. Peter Seaberg and Marie Seaberg, Wesley, with the Carl Star- tlllQtc Ttmi*A «r«c.i4M*Hi C1.»_-J * ence Bird's and John Ward's Mrs. Laura Seefeld Spent the day at the Ben Hinders home nea Woden. Mr. and Mrs. John Ward were at Seefeld's. Dinner guests at William Cos grove's Sunday were the Arthur Schiltz family, Bancroft, and ai- ternoon visitors were Mrs. Frah* cis Gates, two children, Mrs. Don Woodhouse, Mason City, and " son. , , quists, were visitors Sunday George Seaberg's. at rr.-^"-" "•* •"•"• cuiu I v.»*wuic"tc, belief that the highest +; -iT "• , M ' ch , aelson i Correc- career they can reach is in the tionville, and Robert W. McCul- army, and purity of race The lough son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. German youth must eliminate the • j l s} ough ' A] g° na . were mar- thought of God." ned Wednesday at high noon at The speech was followed by a tne PrpcHvfQi-i^M n u.. M _i_ T_I- » n ~,ai~ 1:^1-*- . . '*-« yj « Presbyterian "" bride church, Ida, 0 0 been a I ing Boy Scout th i ! u , • schools ' and assodated . , , presided at the meeting, and at the start he paid tribute to the late J. F. Overmyer, who, he said was a valuable member of the board of directors whose safe and sound counsel and judgment, and laitmul performance of his duties, was greatly valued Jos. Buscher. who now owns the former P. H. Hargreaves farm North lowa'Pike" to "Hobarton* was elected director to succeed Mr. Oyermyer. Other directors were elected as follows- Ben Reid, Will Dodds, John Gerber Mart Elm ore, A R Cruikshank August Brown, Roy Smith, and Mr. Clayton. Elevators Well Managed. Raymond Reid, manager for the last several years, was retained as also was his assistant, •Hubert Schoby. Mr. Clayton was reelected president; Will Dodds vice; Mr. Cruikshank, secretary! The directors give close and constant attention to the conduct of the elevator, much of the success of which is due to their oversight, but members of the board and other members freely •give credit to the wise management of Manager Reid. The elevators were built many years ago by the late E. W. Cook nrl-i^ c.nU il j ., *-UU!V, —o~ ~j i.iiiw .icattr xj, vv. ^JOOK who sold them to the cooperative The west elevator has had steel siding since last fall. This last year the elevators handled more than a half million bushels •of grain. Eye of a Wesleyan Taken Out at M. C. Wesley, June 30—John J. Weiland had an operation for removal of an eye at Mercy hospital Saturday. His condition was considered critical over the weekend Some years ago he lost sight in the eye, and then regained it but only to lose it again recently • — •—•"^•'•"."WMg.ii i; with his father here. Book Club Meets Friday- Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained the Book club Friday at her l me u and ,_ Mrs - J - C. Buthman, who had charge of the program, read articles about the Fourth of July Mrs. Ruth Gorr, Joliet, 111., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A A Bishop, and Mrs. W. G. McCullough were club guests. Doan Club Has Outing— The Doan Woman's club had its annual picnic Sunday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state park. There was a family dinner, and the afternoon was spent m conversation. Eighteen persons attended. OTHER SOCIETY. !• Ray Smith, four Junes oiAlgona, entertained five guests at dinner Sunday night- Dons Sankey "Mitch" Taylor! Tony Plemel, Arne Pedersen, and the Smith daughter, Laura, employed at Dermand's. The Country club women had a bridge party and family dinner IS T"L e £ Wednesday night at the ) clubhouse. Bridge began at 0 ° c iP ck > an d dinner was served at 7:30. The First Lutheran Aid meets "" afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at hostesses, are Bertha service explain- and the fol- John Scouts took part: Bob Peterson. HOSPITALS - -••, "'-'Ji.cacuro, are .esertna Johnson and Mrs. A. F Thomoson. * «, M ™ \ J ' P ou g h entertained the Idle Hour bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home. Twelve members attended. The Wa-tan-ye girls will have dinner at 6:15 next Tuesday evemn g at the Algona Hotel. | G. W. Patterson Son Leaving for Front? Burt, June 30—C. W. Patterson took his brother, Geo. W Patterson, to Mason City Friday, and the latter left from there for Brownville, Tex., to drive home a car left by his son Lieut. Donald Patterson, and at Bay City, Tex., pick up personal belongings left by Donald, who left Brownville last week Sunday for an unknown destination aboard a Douglas transport plane on which he was a co-pilot KOSSUTH June 20 — Linda and Dixie Sarchett, Mason City, tonsillectomies; Mrs. Albert Gould, Grove City, Minn., girl; Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Burt, medical. June 21—Mrs. George Bruhlman and Harley Bruhlman, Ottosen, medical. June 23—Dean Mawdsley, San Mateo, Calif., medical. June 24—John and Janice Norton, Algona, tonsil-adenoidec- tomy; Mrs. Randall Clark, Algona, medical. June 25—Gary Zweifel, Algona, accident. June 36—Mrs. Aimee Williams, Corwith, fracture. June 27—Shirley, William, and Kenneth Goche, Bancroft, Carol Calhes, Titonka, Warren Griggs, Algona, tonsil adenoidectomies- Mrs. O. H. Thilges, Algona, girl Mrs. Bruno Bruns, Buffalo Center, medical. June 28—Mrs. Henry Koops, Algona, girl. p ' June 29—Mrs. Minnie Gilmore Algona, medical; Mrs. Gus Norte, West Bend, girl. June 30—Mrs. Eugene Thul, Algona, girl; Leo Bellock, Algona, surgical. July 1—Jessie Edward, Algona accident; John Swanson, Titonka leg fracture. ' GENERAL June 24—Dale Seifert, Led- . The Ben Schrauths, Wesley, and a nephew, Mike Schrauth, of Batavia, 111., visited at the Mike Goetz home Sunday evening. Mike is with his uncle for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uhlenhake, Mrs. Uhlenhake's sister, also Haydee Jacobs, and Ray Sleichner, Garner, attended a picnic at West Bend Sunday ^Jn^-o^y Budlon &. Titonka, called Wednesday at A: J. Martinek s. Mrs. Leander Seefeld and her children spent Friday at Clar- Want Ads of all kind* are CASH; no charge accounis. No Mill ordered out' orders. Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent, etc., 2c word.. Minimum 25c. Add lOc for mailing replies to "blind 1 ads. Stamps accepted for ordinary wants. Count each set of initials as one word, also each set telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary words such as one,' etc. Contract low rate on long readers. Legals lOc line. 5c line for repeats. LADY HELP WANTED— Algona =--*" Laundry. 5u42 DELIVERY DRIVER WANTED Algona Laundry. 5u42 FOR SALE—WHITE ARABIA^ saddle horse.—Alfred Jeffct« son, 6 miles northeast Algoftav * >.-• ------ ,.,.. •' • '•--..• • '••;• -'-' FOR SALE—2MNCH Rufheltf Ideal Separator, In good cohdii tlon.—A. E. Meitiam, Lu Verne. 12(2)41tf FOR SALE—1938 CHEyROLE.f De Luxe 2-door sedan. Priced to sell.—Casey Loss. Burt. 12(2)32tf REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Dufoc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Ben Studer, Wesley. , 14(2) 14tf FOR SALE—8-FT. McCormick-, Deering grain binder. Good at new.—Frank Riebhoff, Burt, Ia. s 13p42-43 SALE—PUREBRED black lish shephetd.-Johft Lick- 'FOR ISALfi-TWfiNTY - FOUR ^Hereford Ptirebfed Yearling hfeifeM; also 18 putebred Hereford yearling bulls. Serviceable afe, all Domino breeding, priced reasonably bn farm 1% miles southeast of Rodman. — C. M Haas. 30p42-43 CARD OF THANKS—WE TAKE this means of expressing our sincerest thanks to the many friends and neighbors who with flowers and by word and deed $e;re,'so kind to us during the re- centdllness and death of our be- lo.<ted' husband and father.—Mrs 3.-.A.- Erdmann and family. p42 Per sooner. " Loan ins, SocV-re A 'gonn, i owac IIGHT-INCH ENDLESS DRY belt, 100-ft. long. Very good condition.—Mrs. Louise Peter. 15p42 *1IM SERVICE— Developed and — printed and satisfaction guar- mteed. Price, per OC«» _ ........... &W\f LUSBY fe GIOSSI ^™^^^^™^^^™^B^^^^™ Reducing Your Insurance Costs Efficient and successful management of any busmess demands the utmost attention to your insurance protection. War Danlage Insurance, Automobile, Home, Business^ Building, Stocks, Household Goods .BoiHtei -etc., insured at a minimmn cost giving you aboslute safety, service and satisfaction. A specialized Insurance Service is yours for the asking. Our long experience in handlino- all hnes of insurance will convince you of our knowledge on how to save you actual money with more complete protection. Phone us today or better yet, call at our office SAVE BOTH TRIE AND MONEY BY INSURING WITH The Algona Insurance Agency Phones 55 or 56 G. R. LaBarrc doesn't wear a uniform- ...but she is in Hie thick of war activity lust the same Ine telephone operator has a very important part in speeding up activities to win the war. Many of the calls she handles help to make planes, tanks, bombs and bullets—to produce, process and transport food products—to send an ever-increasing amount of war supplies into distant lauds where the war is fought. Farms, factories, mines, mills, army camps, war plants of every kind—her fingers join one to another instantly, supplying the voice-to- voice contact which is quickening the nation's war effort. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree without Foods from Sorensen's Grocery Dixie Bell Watermelons Gua C leed Ib. 3k TOMATOES Firm and Ripe 2 lbs 27c PICNIC BASKETS TIM «»A1_ W _** _ Tin with Handles each 49C Patriotic GUM DROPS ib 15c APRICOTS in Syrup 21/2 V7t* cans .... OI C STARCH Corn or Gloss Z pkgs. for . . 1 5C COOKIES Fancy. Thra* kinds 19c POTATO CHIPS Bag 9c 14c 19c TAPEPffTES" Cups and Napkins Qf% liUDtUfSHf Opal 19c Order Cherries for Canning Peac^^ie^lS^ 81119 CM ^ <>— «"»- <*~» Appl.., Oran^. ^ S ' ""*" G '"» Onion* and Fancy Home Butchered VEAL ROAST ...,„. 27c BACON SQUARES ,,190 PORK LOIN RIBSer,,,a7c HOME MADE BOLOGNA ARMOUR'S TREET,. u 35c Assorted COLD MEATS VEAL STEW HOME DRESSED SPRINGS ib. 27c Ib. IOC GROCERY COMPANY Phone. IN ud 138 Up. • . \ , ^ ^a«sr F -«Kj'v«» •• '-so*™ Dress Cornf <*rtabl and Smartl at Prices You'll Lik Travel "First Class" oh the 4th ... in Clipper Craft Suits Going away for Independence Day? Go with a smart Clipper Craft suit on- your back . . . you're set for a big time! These smart suits are in tune with vacations . . . nonchalantly styled, perfectly tailored. Choose from deep-sheened, lustrous Gabardines; rugged tweeds with an "imported" look and fee], downy-soft shetlands. I Smart New Slacks Kick nelw shades of gabardines and spun rayons, $ 4.90 '8.95 ',• •••! • * Non-Crush Ties shipment new isummer patterns and plain colors. Open Night of July 3rd OootMuiut: Straws for» head under the sun. A selection of weaves, W •hades. You can't beat J them for comfort.., Sport Shirts for easy . I4«ht and porous, tw*>i have convertible "«• fa* varl- II ed wear -

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