Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1942
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PAGE POUR KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtflONA. IOWA NOTICE OF PROBATE OP WILL ' No. 4915. State bl Iowa. Kosuth County, ss. In District Court, March term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that 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, June 25, 1942. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 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This time his eyes wen pronounced exceptionally good so he was accepted and put into complete charge of 46 other men going from Des Moines to the training school. Merle is now working in the receiving building, checking in new men, clothing them, and seeing that their clothing is stenciled. Merle wants friends to write to him, and do it before July 15, for he may not be there much longer His address is Merle Wellendorf Mo. M. M. 2C, Company 465, U S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, 111. Schore Ordered to Coast Mrs. Howard Schore and her children are at the- Ray Fitch farm, and will visit there while Mr Schore is getting located in California. Mr. Schore is a railroad fireman, and only a few weeks ago was transferred from Boone to Clinton, but had just got his family located there when he was transferred again, this time to California. Mrs. Schore is the former Helen Fitch. NEWS BRIEFS FROM FENTON Lusby &Giossi We Sell War Savings Stamps WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 17,tf H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGEOFALL KINDS long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling & drayine PHONE 298 DR. G, G. SHIERK POD I AT RI SI (Foot Specialist) Corns, Callouses, Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet Hutchison Bldgr. - Algona Phone 250-W. Printograph THE ADVANCE has just added to its mimeograph equipment the latest in 1 postal card mimeographs. This is a speedy machine designed to turn out any job on postal cards or postcard stock in a few minutes at very low cost. Stencils cost less than half of the regular mimeograph stencils. Next time you want postal cards or postcard stock of the same size mimeographed, call and see the job done while you wail. The Advance CASH For Personal Needs $50-$100-$200 or More To pay doctor or hospital bills. To purchase next winter's fuel. To buy livestock or feed. TO GET OUT OF DEBT —by grouping scattered bills where one uniform small payment can be made each month. Special Plan for Farmers Repayment can be arranged to fit your seasonal income. Phil J. Kohlhaas Phon* 22, JU0ona General Insurance Agency '' 40tf To Have a War Job— L. C. Schichtl went to Milwaukee one day last week. He expects to work in a war industrial plant near there. He visited his sister, Mrs. Richard Tiedemann, her family, and his mother, Mrs. Nina Schichtl, who is spending several weeks with the Tiede- manns. H. J. Skilling Suffers Stroke— R. J. Skilling suffered a stroke last week Tuesday at his home here. He was in critical condition a few days, but is now much improved. The daughter Cassie, employed at Washington, D. C., has come home. Girl lo Radio School- Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemkee, has gone to Omaha to attend a radio school. She had been teaching since graduation from the Algona high school some years ago. Oats Flattened in Storm— A heavy windstorm visited this community Sunday evening. A number of large trees were blown down, and many oatfields are flat. Other Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, who had been employed at the Harry Chambers farm, near Lu Verne, for several years, have moved to Algona, where Mr Hudson now works for the Allis Chalmers company. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eddy of Aureha, came to A. D. Headley's Sunday to get their three daughters, who had spent the previous week there. Mrs. Eddy is the former Hazel Headley. m , The Aid will meet this week Thursday at the church, and a covered-dish luncheon will be served. Birdie Schulz, attending school at Cedar Falls, spent the Fourth weekend with her parents Shirley Frank, who had been attending the A. I. B., Des Moines, visited over the Fourth at the parental E. J. Frank's. Monday she began work in downtown Des Moines. Mrs. Arthur Rave, Orange City, and^her sons visited Saturday at Don and W. J. Weisbrod's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod left Sunday for Miles City, Mont., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Munch, and were accompanied as far as Benson, Minn., by Mrs. Clarence Fuoss, who had been visiting the parental George Boettchers, Burt. Emil Dreyer. Charles City, came for the Fourth with relatives here. The W. F. Tatums, of Nora Springs, visited Friday till Sunday at the son V. J. Tatum's here. Mrs. Hugo Mittag, Truesdale, and her children visited from Wednesday to Sunday at the parental Paul Nemitz home. The Hugo Mittags, Truesdale, the Ernest Meyers, Burt, the Arthur Bierstedts. Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, and the Edw. Mitchells were dinner guests Sunday in honor of Arlene Mittag's birthday at the Arthur Jentz home. Dr. and Mrs. August Krause, Spencer, spent the weekend here with relatives. Mrs. Christina Jensen, of Des Moines, visited last week at her son P. H. Jensen's. Corp. Eugene Newel, of Fort 3ragg, N. C., leaves this week Wednesday to report for duty af- :er a visit here since Thursday at *he parental G. W. Newel's. Mr. and Mrs. James Schwartz and Mrs: Karl Schwartz, Rockwell City, came Friday night for a visit at the parental J. A. Schwartz home. Mr. and Mrs J A. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. James Schwartz, Mrs. Karl Schwartz, ind Edith Laage visited Pvt. Karl Schwartz, stationed near Sioux Falls, Saturday, and Karl's vife remained there. En route home the rest of the party visit"d briefly at Hugo Denker's, jester. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, Mrs. Carrie Haase, daughter Mynna, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, Mrs. Clifford Haase, son Lee, Dick ijogren, and David Weisbrod, all f Algona, the William Haases nd Phyllis Fauerby were supper uests Sunday evening at the [erman Gade home, and evening Lindseys came back by way of Elmore, and thence were accompanied here by Mrs. Edward Lindsey, who had been visiting the parental B, J. Smiths there. The'Fred Klinges Sr., Garner, spent Sunday at George Bellinger's, and other supper guests there were Mrs. Kate Bellinger and Harvey Bellinger. Pvt Lyle Newel, of Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111., visited Saturday and Sunday at the parental Charles Newel's. A picnic dinner was served on the Fourth at Newel's. Others there were the George, William, and Fred Jentz- es, the Walter Krauses, the E. K. Johnsons, the E. J. Franks, the Amos Finnestads, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rabey, Mr, and Mrs. Webber Yager, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Betty Jean Schwartz, Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, daughter Barbara Jane, and Lucille Evans, Swea City. The O. H. Stoebers and Leonard Maddens, Armstrong, had a picnic dinner on the Fourth at Interlaken. Clyde Major, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Drew, Estherville, visited recently at Ernest Votteler's home. The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder, with the son Bert, returned Friday from a week's vacation. Mrs. Rehder and her son visited SEXTON A community picnic was held at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Brethorst Saturday on the Fourth. The David McGregors and a nephew, Cleo Pyle, Mason City spent Tuesday at Canistota, S. D. where Clio took treatment for his eyes. He returned Friday to Mason City, where he is a member of an orchestra. The Herman Wise family were called a few days ago to the bedside of Mrs. D. Voss, Lu Verne who is in serious condition. Mrs Wise and her daughters came home Friday evening, and Charlotte Ann visited her aunt Dolores Voss. Mrs. Voss is Mrs. Wise's grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, Greenville, were visitors at the Harvey Steven home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt, were at Fred Neahring's. The Robert Kains spent the T °£ ^ a cotta S e at Spirit Lake. They called on Wavel Mayer's, Terril. Jane Moyer is visiting friends here. Mr and Mrs. Martin Mimbach ^Pent Saturday at Jos. Namer's, Mallard, and Sunday at Mrs John Esser's, Cylinder Mrs Ray Thomas, Iowa City and children are visiting at Geo Olson's Sr. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum, Leo Kirschbaum, and Ev™ st .fven spent Sunday at Maynard Nail's, Mason City, also visited Kathryn Kirschbaum employed at Mason City •D T heiI £. ilip . Th °mtons and Mrs. Robert Travis, Storm Lake, were weekenders at Mrs. Mary E. Miller s. Mrs. Travis, formerly Lois Miller, remained for a longer visit. A family picnic was held at George Olson's Sr. on the Fourth All of the children came home for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Kirschbaum, Crystal Lake, spent Sunday at William Kirschbaum's. — — — — """»^. ( u*iu tVCHlilK allers were Mrs. Elsie Dreyer er children, the Hugo Faulstich- s, Lotts Creek, and Margaret 3 ollock, Atlantic. Mynna Haase eaves July 15 for Fort Riley Cans., where she will be a Rec ross nurse. Shirley Gile and a friend from ^uthven spent the weekend a iobert Huskamp's. Ruth Mae and ,lla Kyhl, Mason City, spent the ourth at the parental Rober Cyhl's. Mr. and Mrs. William Huskamp, Fairmont, were overnight visitors on the Fourth at John Arbogast's. They also visited the Robert Huskamps. Sunday the William Huskamps were accompanied home by John Arbogast and Mrs. Elizabeth Dempsey, who are visiting there a few days. Mr. and Mrs. August Kyhl, son Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Christensen, Ringsted, visited the Robert Kyhls over the Fourth Mr and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke and Mrs. Ernest Ahlman, Morristown, Minn., came Friday for a visit till Tuesday with the William Hantelmans Jr. The Han- telmans Jr. and Mrs. Hantelman's parents, Mr. and Mrs W B Schmidtke, with Mrs. Ernest Ahlman, Morristown.visited relatives at Alta Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, the latter couple of Cylinder, made a pleasure trip to Duluth Friday to Monday. The James Maddens visited Sunday afternoon at John Homan's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs Martin Jensen, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at Madden s. Mrs. Madden and her sister, Mrs. George Madden, Haifa, returned recently from visits with relatives at Cedar Rapids. Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey, Iowa City, came Friday for the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lindsey. Dr. C. C. Kitchen, Oskaloosa, and his family came Saturday for a visit till Sunday at the parental Lindsey's. The Kitchens, Lola, Miss Yackey, and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey visited Sunday at Dick Umsted's, Granada, Minn., and Mrs. Kitchen, with her children, remained there for a further visit. The UNION GROUP VISITED FAMED ROCK GARDEN Union Twp., July 8 —Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, daughter Esther, and Mrs. Will's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Funk, drove to Centerville, Mo., one day last week to see Henry Field's garden near the "Black" river. This river is clear as crystal, and one can see the stones in the river bed. Mrs. . Will described Mrs. Field's rock garden as one of the prettiest sights she has ever seen. The coloring in the variegated rocks added to the beauty. There is also a vegetable garden. From Centerville the Wills drove to Rock Island, where they visited at Mrs. Will's brothers William and Louis Funk's. The mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Funk, remained there till Monday, when the son William brought her home. The Wills saw a severe storm there Sunday night. Trees were torn up by the roots in a 60- mile gale. At an airport there four hangars and 14 planes were demolished. The Wills also viewed the arsenal, where. the Funk brothers are employed. Dinner Celebrates Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Soren Didriksen entertained at dinner and supper Sunday, the occasion being Mrs. Didriksen's birthday anniversary From Britt were Mr. and Mrs. .ars Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reidolt, and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen, daughter Helen; from Al- gona, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen; from Sexton, Mrs. William Hartley; and Kenneth Gould, Union. Heerdis Hosts io Visitors- Walter Heerdt's aunt, Mrs. F. J. Demien, Manson, came and spent Sunday at the Heerdt home. Her son, Walter Demien, his wife, and two children, of Pomeroy, came also. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heerdt, two sons, Louis Heerdt Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Heerdt and son, Union; and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin, Granada, Minn. Bolins Here for Fourth— Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin, of Granada, Minn., came Friday for the Fourth at the daughter Mrs. Walter Heerdt's. Margaret Heerdt, who was visiting there, also came, and her sister Ruth went back to Minnesota with the grandparents Tuesday for a visit at the aunt Mrs. Dale Blair's and with the grandparents. Wedding Dance is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Campney treated friends to a wedding dance at the Sexton hall Monday evening. The Swanee band played. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lindsley, Judith and Mark Johnson, all of Fort Dodge, were over the Fourth and Sunday guests of the Louis Bodes. Joan Bode went to Fort Dodge by bus Sunday to spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Lindsley. Wallace Will, Minneapolis, and Marabeth Will, Sioux City, spent the Fourth with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. The Nick Krieps family visited on the Fourth and fifth with relatives at Remsen. »UT IT OFf PUT IT ON / ^% Now's the time to Reroo! It is often more costly to put off reroofing than to put on a new roof. Even small leaks can do expensive damage to understructure, plaster, interior decorating.' And it pays to play safe with a long-lasting Barrett roof. Stop in at our showrooms today. Ask to see samples of the Barrett Mineral Surfaced Asphalt Shingle —the shingle that gives you three important benefits — positive weatherproofing, fire-safety, choice of beautiful colors. AND EASY TO PAY Call or write lor free estimate. Payment! conveniently arranged under our Monthly Payment Plan. A* eaty a* paying for your refrigerator, or radio. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. COUPON WORTH the parental Bert Schulkes, Storm Lake, and Mr. Rehdef spent a few days up north, fishing. Lael Pettit had a tonslllectomy Thursday. She is the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. George Bley, of Glenville, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Robert Votteler. The Bleys were en route to Mallard for a visit. The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman, Norma Jean and Betty Voigt, Betty Holldorf, Mary Georgia Newel, Janet McFall, Joan Meyers, and Derwood Voigt left Monday for the Methodist campgrounds at the Okobojis, where they are attending a youth camp all week. The Arthur Kueckers, Lohrville, spent Sunday at the parental Fred Kuecker and Mrs. Henry Miller > homes. The William Millers and Virgil Finriestad w^fe : dinner guests Sunday it,A^ B, Bleckwenn's! Theodore Bleekwehn, student at Hamilton's, Masoh City, spent the Weekend at the parental A. D.'s. The Clarence Theesfields went to the Okobojis Friday for a vacation. aon Put Your Money in a IT IS GOOD BUSINESS . . to Buy U.S. WAR SAVINGS BONDS from income OIIt . _, , Every Pay Day 1 0 " mode For Sale Here Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association OB m Synthetic AND STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIA1 Rubber... let's get it Fast... and plenty of it! No matter who makes it or what it's made froi • We want to see America get the rubber it needs, whether natural or synthetic. We want America to get that rubber in the quantities required and in the shortest possible time, whether it is made out of petroleum, out of alcohol, dandelions, guayule, or sawdust. The main thing is to get the rubber! ' To those who are working to make rubber out of materials other than petroleum, we say, "God speed your efforts." Solving the rubber problem is necessary for winning the war and winning the war is our main concern. Much has been said about making rubber from alcohol derived from farm crops. We do a great deal of our business with farmers. We should like to see them hav- ing a hand in supplying the raw material! for rubber. We are working with petroleum bsaiw we understand it. At the request of to; Government we have helped form Rubber Synthetics, Inc. In 1943 that company expects to put into operation at Gary, Indiana, a large plant financed by theDfr fense Plant Corporation to produce butt- j diene, which is one of the principal ingr* dients of synthetic rubber. Negotiations, now under way with the Government to j supply that plant with a part of thepeto- leum raw materials required in its operation. Nevertheless, we urge a "green ligL. and all speed for any other practical*,| method of making synthetic rubber. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) I never get finished tellin' 'em about Gluek's "Rentschferized" beer- ALWAYS SOME. GUY ASKS ME, So / srAfcr TO TELL H/M THAT GLUE.KS ARE. AWV BRE.WIUG TH£/K SEER UNDER l/LTKA- VIOLET KAYS ...AMD JUST ABOUT THEN SOV\E60PY ELSE VELLS FOR. ME T0 BRING ANOTHER. ROUAID Of GLUEK'S -AMD i A/EVEK FINISHED /

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