Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1942 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1942
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PAQB BIGHT """" l Samuel MAIL CARRIER 18 YEARS OUT OF SWEA CITY Lakota, July 8—Samuel Warburton, 73, who had been sick at his home since last November, died Friday morning at 2 o'clock , MT- Warburton was born to William and Elizabeth Warburton May 19, 1869, near Platteville, Kendall county, 111. At 16 he came with his father and brother James to this vicinity, where they bought land and settled m 1886. This was some years before the present town of Lakota was established on the Rock tfon railroad thr ough this sec- Four years later Samuel's mother and the brother, West A warburton, came from Illinois f^u Mj? d on the site °f the l£ rm ,,? uu aings now owned bv the Mittag family one and one- half miles east of Lakota ,«?l n ~P t I I ?? er 18 ' 1899 ' Sam- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA ^^^^^^^^^^*F^*'*EE"TE»^8Mn^MnfrMn^n^ Dies LONE ROCK Mrs. Henry Kueck was taken by surprise Monday evening in honor of her birthday. The Kuecks were supper guests at the Orville Behrends home that evenemg it being Verdabelle Behrends' birthday too, and while there they were informed th«f * „,--„- u.j gathered at included that a group had hme -' The -— -.«,.,,_. AJlc giuup mciuaea '. an d M rs . Arthur Heidenwith, £"i , E j ls , wort h, and grandson, Ralph Sebers, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, and Shari Ann, all of Whittemore; Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, Ruby Kueck, Dorothy Sebers Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Mainerd Kueck, sons Larry and Du- ane ' Swea Cityj Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Kueck, son Karen Ka /. Ledyard; Carl Kueck, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mr and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Verda Belle and Clifford. Betyt Marlow and Marian Jen__n, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the Dell Marlow and E. M. Jensen homes. northern Minnesota for a week of fishing. . Legion Auxiliary met at ' e a , R°y Osborn's, Seneca, last week Wednesday. The unit has purchased $75 worth of bonds. Officers have been installed: president, Mrs. Emil Kraft, vice, Mrs. Frank Householder; secre tary-treasurer, Mrs. R a 1 p Thompson; chaplain, Mrs. Free Dransfeldt. Mr - and Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Wnrburton spent several years following their marriage on the farm now owned and occupied by the J. E Tel- camps one mile east of Lakota h± fe w mUel u had built a new ^ ome /. When he sold this farm, and they moved to town, where Samuel operated an implement shop for several years. mpiement Citv a nrf e c familj : moved to wea yity, and Samuel engaged in the implement business there Then h ^ rwa ?,. rural mail carrier out of fne L? lty for . 18 vear s- Follow- X* retirement in 1935, Mr. and Mrs. Warburton moved back to Lakota and had since lived here ?on r Ti m - anWhile helping hfs son Harry in a grocery store. Surviving are the widow and p u- - ra an Ruth visited at the H. H. Dreyer horn e, Fenton, Saturday evening Mrs Jessie Stebritz and Kath- 7"' Mas ° n City, and Margaret Johnson, Algona, spent the week- ---•Murray and son Russel Detroit, Mich., came Friday fo visits at Mrs. William Murray' and Mrs. Alice Bierle's. Margaitet Gladstone was a sun per guest at W. G. Flaig's Mon day evening. The Clarence Ma cumbers were dinner guests a Frank Macumber's Sunday. Donald, 7-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Donald Marlow, fell from a tree Sunday at Edw. Barbara, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Jack Quinn, and James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, had operations for removal of tonsils at Doctor Mueller's office Kate "- ; ~. Marjorie Pettit, of Des Moines, spent the weekend at George Pettit's. The Wm. F. Schraders were K\ a ' Charles Schrader? Burt, Sunday. ' n" ^" .se and Donald Bierstedt, Donald Nelson, James and Marland Jorgenson, and Charles Hawks, left n y /° r 2 B ° y Scouts cam P"t Dodge for a week. Mrs. A. D. Snyder, Mrs. Clyde Snyder and daughter Shirley, of at Fenton Thursday. Mrs. Calvin Householder returned from the General hospital ty's,, Mason City, and took Barbara Doty and Connie Lou Jorden home. Fred Bierstedt, Camp Lewis, Wash., came Wednesday for a week at his brother Ralph's and with other relatives. Mrs. Cora Terwilligi ter Buelah, Mrs. Jas. nan, Bobby, Bill Lindstrom, all 01 Humboldt, the A. D. Newbroughs »-V»n T A **»«••*.«.._ *T^ t_^_ _ ^_ ..i * WHAT LUVERNE FOLKS DID ON JULYOURTH the Lawrence the ., , , _ _ . . .Verne. July 7 — Guests at Henderson/ Saturday and Sunday were Mrs. Henderson's ^ ««« Mrs Thomas Minneapolis, daughters T ««! S ylvia . Mr and at Edw. Blancas «£•„/& If^L^t Earl Gillette, of a camp in H ?r d S s °2' Minneapolis; Mar- California, is spending a fur- S? ! l a ? 6 o nd l rsol i Mason Clty; and lough at the parental E. R. Gil- Robert Surb y. Sumner. lpfto ' 0 ' -Leonard, the eldest son of Mr. « J Tl*' M - TM_M TT ___ 1 ______ t ___ t at the parental Harry Hob-| Green . Algona, were Sunday sons. Dorothy Hobson, Mason guests at Henderson's. City, spent the weekend here. Mr - and Mrs. J. L Lichty and Mary Jo Dugan, of Humboldt, thei r guests, Ruth Lichty and ime Saturday for a week at Adrienne McCall, Chicago, visit- —-^ v <_. J^ritgail, :ame Saturday for Merwin Marlow's. Dewey Roberts and two daugh ^L^ 3 * 6 , Cl 7 sta l Minn, " — — ) .UUIXL \>A yz flmnie Roberts, 11\~A111C •LTil.^all, l^lUUCIgU, V1&11- Sunday afternoon at the Rev. A. G. Heddle's, Dayton. The Mrs. Hugh Shirks went to Royal for the day. |/sHSiiii^' »ifH the William Hnpplra nan/.T- n «». iw.. „—> »» •, . *umure, ana Mrs. Earl Castle of Vancouver, Wash., were guests at Ray Snyder's Sunday g 3t A r>4-l~>*,.« T-»_* _•! *-. "* _ ^be, Frank Dacken, and Arthur Luedt- c£.&<JS^lS^ff7!d«*£t , _ *ww*J., WA1W* J.TJ.1. . ClllU. John Meine, Whittemore; Clarence Macumbers, -•——. ---- -^nvto at. Chicago and the other points in Illinois. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen Lotts Creek, Mt' Sunday for spent the weekend at G. H. Do- SENECA TOWNSHIP NEWS --WJII ... , Mrs. Lee Thaves , Spencer, at Axel Neilson's; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Anita, at Otto Ramus's and Arthur Riley's; the D. E. Rosses, Humboldt, at Florence Hofs. Going away for the weekend were the Walter Heftis, who visited the Gilbert Heftis, Webster City; the Vernon Stribleys, who visited at Mrs. Stribley's sister's, Waterloo; the C. W. Cotes, at H G. French's, Sioux Rapids; Chas. Wolfs and Carl Goesehes, wh6 went to Clear Lake, meeting Bar bara Wolf there; Florence God frey, who came home from Keis ter, Minn., Friday and accompan led her mother, Mrs. W. F. God frey, Ruby, and the DeRae God freys to Clear Lake, where they had a cottage. Missionary Women Plcnlek— The Evangelical Woman's Missionary society met last week Thursday with Mrs. Paul Blumer. Mrs. Fred Merkle was leader of a devotional service, and Mrs. Wiliam Woito led study from a jook, Author of Liberty. The Lu- heran Aid had a picnic the same afternoon at the Lu Verne Park. Mrs. Fred Lenz, chairman of the entertainment committee, conducted games, with kittenball as a climax. There was a good attendance. Newlyweds Begin Housekeeping Mr. and Mrs. George Detmering, who were married in mid- June in Missouri, have moved into a house in southwest Lu Verne recently vacated by William Bigings. Mrs. Detmering is the former Gladys Alexander. Speaks at Silver Wedding— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg were at Ventura Sunday evening, and Mr. Wittenburg gave a sermon at a silver wedding anniversary service for the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Wolfram there. Off lo Visa Soldier— Mrs. Wayne Sanford, Genevieve Sanford, and Irvin McGowan, Mason City, left Sunday for JSt, Louis to visit Wayne Sanf™.,i at Jefferson Barracks. ° rd Othttii V«rne ompson, and Ern- eSt Gfattt wete Sunday dinner guests gtMihafd Babler's Ren! wick* The dinner was for n groub of friends who get together often for a visit. There were other guests from Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. J. y. Musser, 0 Charter Oak, were weekenc guests of Mrs Musser's parents the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Granner and Saturday the Granners and the guests went to Eagle Grove to see the Howard Granners The Rev. and Mrs. Victor koll man, Royal, and the children were guests last week at Fred Schneider's. Mr. Kollman is re - uperating from an illness during which he was in - a hospital for several weeks. M . rs - Henry Pergande accompanied her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Stebbms, and her brother Charles Lottman, Marble Rock, to Chicago Tuesday to visit relatives and Sfl w111 also Visit at Jack.' son, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch were at Waterloo last Thursday to Saturday and visited at the home of their son Henry and o R CV J ' ing there.' 11. H, i^oTY^ the Henry cousins, etc., also survive Two In ?flQ7 and u a sister are dea d In 1897, while the Rev. Frank Mathis was minister here, Sam£S hTM 6 Meth odist church, her • been a faithful Funeral services were held arom the home and the church Sunday, with the Rev N F Grote in charge, the Rev. B. L' Weaver, Kamrar, assisting A quartette—Mesdames E L Grabau, Edgar Inlay, Charles Ee- gerth, and Eva Eggerth — sang and the Rev. and Mrs. Grote gave a duet Floral offerings were beautiful, and friends from Swe City, Ledyard, Algona, Buffalo Center, and other points were here. Bearers were E. L. Grabau Henry Patterson, Walter Leslie Clarence Edwards, J. A. Bargar and George Heetland, and buria was made in Maple Hill cemetery. The son William and his wife '•tv^w-fr* we .ek Wednesday, and .the William Nobles, of Baraboo, Wis., came Saturday. "«»«x, f .•_*uj. t, OUHUcly. , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck £± d c: at i he Walter Thomson nome Sunrtnv cnrontr.* andMr s. Walter L. Smith . > acc ompanied by . William Sanders and son Marvin spent last weekend visit- S fg tn a r/ meS ^ nd ? es Moines ' ^d Saturday Marvin entered an army induction center at Des Moines, from where he left for army training. Lawrence Gardner, Louisville ? y -' ls Bending the summer at Bertram, Minn. He was a last aller at the Frank Looft e "^med to Bertram , and was accompanied Mrs. Edw. Gardner, who Brain Tumor Operation- Jos. Simmons, who lives in northeast Kossuth, had an operation for brain tumor at a Mayo hospital last week Tuesday and is reported recovering. Mr Simmons, a young man, had lost the sight of both eyes recently, hence the operation. Bank Clerk on Vacation— Lillian Harms, bank assistant here, and Frances Stindt, Mason with' P ?u s P. endln g two weeks ffi, T th , M £ I 7 ay at Knoxville, i^rn ^°A a Schr oeder is assisting Carl Gerzema at the bank during Lillian's vacation. Thirty-Three RegisTrants— Thirty-three young men between 18 and 20 registered at the Sr«m, U las *7 eek Tuesday in service reglstration f °r army n Other Lakota ^ews. Dorothy Schroeder, who had been visiting in Chicago ten days early last welk, and wa M fe?n Earth by her m °th Mrs. William Schroeder her Mar g aret a " d Lola, , L ° 1S L °?ft, who had been attending Bible Institute at Scranton returned Friday. She attended Bible school the first week, and then taught at a Bible vacation school near Superior two weeks. ™ « Mrs. Curtis Olson had charge of ent s . entertainment. following families spent at a picnic dinner and home Sunday evening. - f^M- °- Richards IfPjJntJhe Fourth at the 'd home, Algol Ray Webb and family A. L. Mr. Four Corners spent Sunday afternoon —- ^vichards home. Jesse Blanchard Jr., student at mes, spent the weekend at J man Thompsons, Cylinder! H^-Lj^ am L MrSl Russe H Bates and' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enness Ames and Mrs. Ronald- Carey of Rmgsted, were Wednesday dinner guests at Otto Wilberg's ,, Th e Rev. and Mrs. S. O Sande at , ten . de <Jordination services for ch U roh r <? ls T at the Sta te Line * u , rch . Sunday. They also attended a reception for the new pastor at Graettinger Tuesday Ellen Witham and June Adel Moter attended a birthday party Monday for La Berta and Leola Oswald at the Oswald home. . Mrs. John Rich was sick early m the week, and her sister, Mrs George Lee, spent Tuesday with Co »pon on I'nge* '1 Worth I0e TW/ffi 10% OF INCOME IS OUR QUOTA IN WAR BONDS RT « and Mrs - Willard Bell Lake Park, called on the J H. Warburtons Saturday. Thev w « the way home from ?^ f^ Noble, the daughter Jean, came Marjorie Osborn returned Sunday from Spencer, where she attended a Youth Conference. They left last Wednesday. The Walter Gardners, of East Chain, Minn., were Friday sun- per guests,at Frank Looft's The Rev and Mrs. S. O. Sande left for Minneapolis Monday They recently purchased a home there. They expected to return Thursday. The Seneca Aid will hold a home made ice cream and pie social at the local Lutheran church ' riday evening, July 10. The pubic is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn pent the weekend at Sand Lake ™ They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goetsch, enton. Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod cared for the Osborn children while the parents were absent Wayne Wilberg spent the weekend at the home of his former roommate at Waldorf college, Dan Grefthen, Milford The Henry Loofts were Sunday callers at the Hans Presthus home east of Bancroft. Other ?r i le ,? s were Mr - and Mrs - Harr y Valdieck and Irene, Ringsted The Millen Jensen home was the scene of a family gatherin* °i n *% ^u ur ir' Those Present in" eluded the Vernon Jensens Algona; Mrs. Jennie Jensen,' the George Jensens, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Jensen, son Clifford, and the Linus Jensens, all of Ringsted. to »^ n »/r Mr n *£ ens Hal verson, and Mrs. Robert Halverson; the Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande Mr and Mrs. Olaf Mickleson? Mr' and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Jeanne and Delores spent the Fourth at Swea City. The following families attended the observance of Independence day at Emmetsburg: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson a ndi Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ^ d ^_ a £ d , J ° an ' Mrs - "a Kohl, . Mrs. Jessie Royce, who spent 10 days at Eagle Grove, came home last week Tuesday, and her Charley Carter, came w T , hey are now at How- Witham's. The Leo Ramuses, who were Sunday dinner guests at Howard Witham s, were forenoon callers MrfT£ tt Witham's, and Mr and Mrs. John Monarch, Whittemore, were afternoon callers there Mrs. Edith Rich was taken home Sunday from an Algona hospital and is reported gaining l goddaughter! Mar? , is with her. , Pears ons, of Burt, were U6StS at Ray OKCE FOR QUALITY ONCE FOR PRICE Cracker Fort Dearborn Sodas 2-lb. Caddy SUGAR, 2 »ffi£^™L£ m, wwn ^^ gr^ B ^J ^ p ln «««^.H.H i HLM.H H HH mmm Fresh Prunes 33c Good Quality 6-lb.i 6-01. No. 10 Can . No. 10 tall Corn Flakes SUMMER visitors at ^j"VV' Jv '" iiaiB were Messrs ^Mesdames Fred Mabus, Hen- 2L B oettcher, Dick Weinkauf Ws son, Mrs. Luverne Edwards, Fred Swartz, and the tetter's son Clar- 6HCG. Thompson,^dV' ^Mrf Walter Leslie, Lakota, spent several days last week fishing at M H * n nort hern Minnesota. Mr ^Mrs^E^d^bus^spent last week visiting the W. H Gelhaus family at Hubbard. ' The three women are sisters, t,, ^ 5? y Smith s recently returned from a two weeks vaca- northern Minnesota, and a fine coat of tan. >,, Leonard Christs visited Fort Dearborn Sugar Cured SLAB BACON Smoked Liver Sausage Braunsweiger ... Fr«$li Sautage—Sinoll Pork Links Dressed CHANNEL CAT FISH . Fancy . *, SPRING FHIES . 11-ox. Package «,27c b. 15c . 28c ib. 27c b. 23c Red. Tart, rmea Pie Cherries Clapp'i Assorted Baby Foods Cream Style Del Monte Corn.2 c « Com* Again Brand Peanut Butter.. 2 * Quick or Regular Quaker Oats ...28?! ••"—^^••» 1 Finest Quality] MEATS Pork liver Sliced. Rich in Vitamins and Juicy 23 u. Best Shoulder Cuts None Higher ' Lb. PWCE-CEILING FORMS Harriet Olson, who had spent j hree weeks at Emil Petersen's, Chicago, returned as far as Maon City last Thursday, and there I visited her sister Alyse, student at Hamilton's business college I Mrs. Frank Looft drove to cflS Lake Thursday, accompanied by her daughter Lois, who also visit- fu yse ^u and f 11 s Pent the night w^MrrLo^Fridt ^^ „ n ¥ r - an l M f s - Kenneth Larson ™J°r n Marl °we, Mallard, and Eldon Larson were Saturday and sen"s ay visitors at Irvin Clas-' Marie Strueeker spent the t the parental Herman All White, Beige, White with Black Brown with White,~-Shoe. Reduced to rock bottom prices. Pari. Fashion Heel Hugger Sho - «J"<»I« SnkUt—25J OM | 2M She A Oranges --.4 saatMttttttMw.vuii.1*. V>¥mw^i «*•*••«*«**••*«<• BING CHERRIES Pound U, $2.96 Earl Staffords at Mallard Sunday evening. Mrs. Stafford has been :k three weeks. The women are sisters. Donna Classen and Wanda Olson spent last ww?k at Ray Goer- mps. Jackson. Minn. M £ - £ pp i!r / V 1der rn was host " to the Modem Mixer club at T home last week Wednes4ay. SMASH SPECIAL on PLAY SHOES and ODD PAIRS 100 pairs of rubber soled shoes — sandal ind tie styles — variety of colors. All sizes only $1.96 Also 125 odd pairs of $3 to 16 shoes. Good quality, 1>ut not all sizes left. Connie Nature's Poise ShoM with low ud m.r $3.96 Rhythm Step Shoes SB?!" 1 - ud low hMb .11 $5.96 iuwiiiiii^^ ; i^^ti«^ •^^^^^ *"* WJ|W *""WWPI Radishes Frath BM!S •*••• 22 IMTA ISpi'ij,"?*^

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