Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1943 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1943
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&, 1943. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA lamp Tells of Another R. & T. Convention PAGE SEVUN FCALL START AS CARRIERS «f Chas. H. Klamp. J Payne. Algona, who lob but is now one Register's Sunday attended . ha n "• we A. Cordingley, circulation manager, at every meeting ev introduced Fred I v i C e president and general r'i nf the Register & Tnb- H who is a fine speaker. : next speaker was a young £ the Minneapolis Stard the John Cowles paper, r Mclntire (we don't guar- u that spelling) has been FAiaterfc Tribune more n vears, and he must have i very young, for he looks I'iy-young yet. He turned out ^another good speaker. Bio Men Once Carriers. that the men separated hroup meetings, and then it I time for lunch, which was I l im :n a big hotel ballroom. Kch some of the.blg DCS ,e men told how they got start in life as earner boys : Register. Van Liew, president of [ D es Moines Steel Co of the first earner boys. was He Are You Moving If you arc, and if you nre nil Advance subscriber, clip this form and mail at once: OLD ADDRESS P. 0 statc Rfd NEW ADDRESS P. 0 _ State..... When do you want change made: Your name. retary-treasurer chairman. and publicity evening at Kalmar Randa's, Ring- ' Department of Agriculture for sted. The Tunges arrived last the eradication of Bang's Disease, week Tuesday to visit Mrs. Tun- ' ge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Finnestad, and Mr. Tunge's parents, Sioux Falls. Soldier Back to Job— Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey P. T. A. Has a Program — The P. T. A. met last week Tuesday evening in the high with a sister, "Mrs. Viola Sted- took their son, Pvt. Edward, to; Carroll Sunday for a brief visit , . school auditorium, and the pro- 1 man, before taking a train Mon- gram was: vocal music, freshman day for Pasadena, Calif., after a I grls' trio, accompanied by Char- 1 15-day furlough. The Lindseysl I lotto Dunn at the piano; vocal se- reutrned home last week Mon- : W, S, G, S, AT FENTON MEETS FOR PROGRAM Fanton, Mar. 8—The Methodst W. S. C. S. met Thursday at the . ... _,, „ church, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith in with Mrs. Gerald Voigt at the] Pvt. and Mrs. Edward Lindsey charge of devotions, and the topic " ! ~ i ~ 11 - ™~~ "-'-* ...._. was Humility. ._„ _ „ A playlet, The Seven Keys to' tor y at Alderson, Va. A business' sickness of Mrs. Lindsey's father, Progress, was presented. The meeting followed, and refresh- B. J. Smith, who died next day "keys" represented the officers of merits Were served. ' the society. Keeper of the keys was Mrs. Lester Wcisbrod, W. S. C. S. has resigned and has started private practice at Cherokee. Doctor Krause was formerly located at Spencer. The St. John's Aid met last Wednesday_in the church base- honors. Hantelman and Mr. Voigt, and Elizabeth Dempsey. Mrs. WJlbert Holldorf was hostess to the 500 club Thursday evening. Two tables were in play. Mrs. John Gramenz won high, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, travel, and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl, low score and Mrs. William Hus- Fairmont, came last week Monday for a few days at Robert and guests were Mesdames Mar- , _, „ _„ _ JU „ „ tin and William Hantelman Sr., Huskamp's and with other rela- Fred Meyer, Lotts Creek, Paul] lives lection, Bernce Prew, accompanied at the piano by Phyllis McFall; violin music, Jens Nordahl, day. Soldier's Wife Loses Father- Anniversaries Celebrated— Relatives gathered at John Finpresident: Master Key (Spiritual ncstad's Wednesday evening in jLife), Mrs. F. C, Preul; Key to honor of Mr. Finnestad's 50th the Bookcase, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith birthday and the Finnestads' 23rd at a Mankato hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey attended the funeral at Elmore Thursday. FARMS , v C. H. Klamp. Field Representative »»»»»»»»»»«*»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»» We were briefly at August better in northwest Iowa, and Beck's, south of Swea City, Fri- when we saw him on March 4 he day, and found that redecoration was doing some repair work on of the interior of the house had l his hammer mill. He said the just been finished. August him- . family pride and joy, a fine boy, self did the work, and we hadn't; was doing well and in due time known before df his talents along•] would be a big help to dad. At lome, Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod; Key from away were Mrs. Ted Leo the Community, Mrs. Carrie Fevre, Brookings, S. D.; Tech. ~ McFall; Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Tunge, Santa Charles, Ana, Calif.; and Mrs. Lula Knutson, Dolliyer; and from Fenton and the vicinity were: Mr. and Mrs. Lars Fnnestad, the Amos, Lloyd, Morris, and Norman Fin- nestads, and the Amer Codys. Shower for Mrs. Thacker— Mrs. Fred Thacker, nee Geneva Glaus, was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday at the Methodist church. A program was given: vocal selections, Bernice Prew, accompanied at the Voigt and Mrs. Frank ey to the Bank, Mrs. Weisbrod; Key to the School- oom, Hazel Jenkinson and Mrs. Don Weisbrod; and Key to the Alarm Box, Mrs. John Tieman and Mrr. E. C, Weisbrod. At a business mcetin ( | reports ere given by the officers. Hostesses were Mesdames G. 3. Johnson, A. H. Meyers, Rein- lold Laabs, Melvin Mansager, ?red Mortenson, and S. E. Straley. The April meeting has been 01 VUC A* iww *" - . • I f^uwvvi* ^V-I-VJA*, ux iiu Lcutniuo ciiung i WUUiU UU U Ulg liUlJJ LU UdU. n.1/ I he earned $1.50 a weeK on that u ne Now we >jj back Aug _ p rcsent the ' youn g m an is more [Register and a dollar a wees ust aga i ns t the "city fellers," who interested in sticking around Lnth'er caper. He saved all - - lan he earned in this and othr s and finally went to col- ! at Ames. aro ld P. Klein, a vice presi- A of the big lowa-Des Moines U Bank & Trust Co EF ways y president of ^.al Bank & Trust Co and -Gen. Charles H. Grahl, di' • of the selective service in ,„ said the carrier job had tht them to be prompt and to i good service. Grahl often ht over his route twice to Jsure that each of his custom- fhadgotthe paper. Vealso heard W. W. Way- also do a bang-up job, but charge plenty for it. August's labor cost him nothing — except, maybe, some sweat. -ik, the editor, again, and he is lays good, for he gives his rers something worth while to [k about. » Ely Annual Banquet. . customary grand banquet place Monday evening. This fcways the best part of the yentions, and this time the en- jainment was better than ever. here was a sleight-of-hand (former who was a top-notch- i He called one of the county Bagers (that's my title) to the re, and this man is really big- aipund the tummy than Ern- IPaine, the stockbuyer at Burt. when this man reached stage the performer tapped i on the bay window and ask- lif this was "the second front." n the performer reached up fckly and cut off half of the Jim's necktie! his trick made Frank — that B his first name — look as if the tog was going too far. The prmer noticed that, and said, 11 don't like that, eh?"— and i reached up and cut off the But Frank got a brand new |ktie out of it, so after all he n't mind the fun. "uesday morning we heard a by E. P. Schwartz, of the icription staff. Anyone who i ever taken either of the dai- f.has had a letter from him. I is a good speaker, though not orator. Ho introduced "Ken" IcDonald, the managing editor, |o spoke of the war and said papers were doing, their best [give the news. acDonald remarked that the was going to last a long e yet, and he remarked that one he was going to raise a yen this year and prepare for 'tier rationing. [Payne Tells of His Garden. • " , the meeting many of the talked about gardens, and where Mamma is, being only a little past a year old. * * * * A. J. Kramersmeier, who formerly lived at Ledyard and did Stanley Black is a new man on trucking, lately moved _to the one of the Andy Berends farms farm where Ralph Shipler used northwest of Bancroft Stanley to live, southeast of Ledyard. once worked in a garage at Swea When we stopped there one day City, but that kind of job did not last week we found Mrs. Kram- agree with him, and now he feels ersmeier getting her household much better on the farm. Mr. and things where she wanted them Mrs. Black have three girls, and One thing she was glad abou the eldest attends school at Ban- was that the house is new. The croft. It was last Thursday that farm is owned by an insurance we called at Stanley's, and the company, and most of the insur papers that day were calling at- ance companies are good abou tention to the fact that President improvements and repairs. Roosevelt had been in the White j House just ten years — which, however, wasn't worrying Stanley one way or the other. We had a short-visit Thursday at Herman Neitzel's, Burt. Her man keeps a fine flock of chick ens, also two fine Guernsey cows Last midweek George Dorweil- He does not farm on a big scale er, northwest of Bancroft, was but he knows all about farming moving one of his brooder houses Last year, for some time, Herman to new ground, when we arrived, did not feel his best, but now he He had .hitched a tractor to the is much better. Herman was on' building and was snaking it along of the first boys this writer learn as if it were greased—that is, till ed to know when our familj his tractor ran onto a patch of came to Kossuth county, and i ice, whereupon only the wheels was good to talk with him abou moved. But George soon fixed the old times._ that; he just hooked up with a' longer chain, and away he went . , with the result that he Swea City, was at work with hi had had the brooder house cattle when we reached his place a few days ago. He is feeding a herd of young cattle. August remarked that he wished it would warm up, for he had had some Arthur Peterson, northwest o Noth- agam oon ight where he wanted it. ng like knowing how. * *"* * We made a stop Friday at August Robison's, northwest of Swea ity, and Tony Lphse, Mrs. Robion's father, had just come to the house with a lot .of eggs. He even lad his jacket .pockets full, and so was stepping along gingerly and taking care not to bump up against anything. August was lusy at helping to shell corn at Wm. Haisman's, a near neighbor's. * * * * The other day we called on the Weber Bros., Paul and Alfred, northwest of Bancroft. They have another of Andy Bohrens' Twins. Alfred wasn't there, but Paul was doing chores. He asked us when the weather was going to warm up, but we didn't know, and when that snow showed up Friday night we were plad that we hadn't fooled him with any prophecy of soft spring breezes. Glaus Family Departs— Mrs. Charles Glaus Sr. and her daughter Dora left Thursday for nd Mrs. Fred Brown; Key to the wedding anniversary Attending a new home at Portland, Ore., postponed to Wednesday, April P ia "? byA4Mrs ' Gerald Voigt; "— 7, to avoid conflict with a date leading, reserved for Miss Harvey, a mis- rs - sonary who will visit- Fenton on the regular meeting date. ' Circle 5 of the W. S. C. S. will be host- At the County Fair, Ranney; piano duet, Mrs. John Tieman and Mrs. Ger- where Mr. Glaus is now employed as janitor df a Ward store. The Montgomery- Glauses had been residents of this community for 34 years. Fenton Youth in Artillery— James Schwartz is now stationed at Camp McQuaide, Calf., and is in the coast artillery. He will be at the camp 13 weeks for training. Other Fenton News. Dr. August Krause, who had been connected with the U. LOANS We are always in the market for good loans. See us if you need a farm loan, cattle loan, or money to pay your income taxes. We do a general banking business, and invite you to use our service. Security State Bank The Friendly Bank ald Voigt; solo, God Bless America, Bernice Prew. opened served. gifts, and The bride lunch was Serves in Merchant Marine— Gail Haase, of the merchant marines, who has been stationed at Brooklyn, N. Y., was honored Wednesday night at Herman Gade's by relatives. Gail, who has had three months' training at Brooklyn, now goes to Baltimore, Md., for two weeks of special training, then returns to Brooklyn, where he will be assigned to a merchant ship. He arrived last week Monday. Attending at Gade's were Mrs. Carrie Haase, Mrs. Gail Haase, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William Haase, son Gary, Mrs. Clifford Haase, and her two children. Methodist Women Have Meelng- Circle 1 of the Methodist W. S. C. 'S. met last week Tuesday with Mrs. J. A. Mueller, nine members attending. Mrs. F. C. Preul and Winifred Ann Hutchinson (granddaughter of Mrs. C. C. Voigt) were guests. Mrs. Clarence Os- Tsorn is leader of this circle; Mrs. Mueller, program chairman. The group will now study Will a Man 'Rob God?, and will meet every three weeks Tuesday afternoons. Mrs. W. Holldorf was elected sec- Fenton Girl Directs Play— Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, daughter Phyllis, and Barbara Frank i attended a series of four one-act; plays at the Roosevelt auditor- : ium, Estherville Junior college, last week Monday evening. Betty . Ann Meyers directed one of the i t>lays, entitled The Purple Door- j knob, and was a member of the ! cast in another play, The Lord's Prayer. Card Party is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod entertained at three tables of 500 last week Tuesday evening, and hieh scores were won by Mrs. : Walter Widdel and Frank Me- i Fall, S. E. Straley and Mrs. McFall being low. Others attending were Mr. Widdel, the W. R. • Wolfes, the Theo. Weisbrods,! Mrs. Straley, and the Arthur Voigts. YOU Mr. Farmed must NOW keep records for Income Tax Purposes. PLAY SAFE-USE GARNER'S SIMPLIFIED RECORD The System Built Around The Income Tax Blank A/o. Qtk&i QGAMI Record Jiike. 9t LETTERS MAKE SOLDIERS HAPPY Ns of said he raised three gardens, all on the ground: one "in" the ,«• up° n high° n " tOP " 3nd P ° le la ?. ^een, of Spencer, one of .district managers who also mfti *• ? e had had P lerit y P ?ri * with cu tworms taking early tomato plants, but he pa i ntin e roofing but careful not to get any small white roots. r n £ to ' this conven- K «. by bus or *«*>, and ° th means of transporr * crowde d. Some of got only standing room y ° u Can Still Get PIONEER 353 353-A 341 322 324 com to produce 1943. wrlf« trouble to get his tractor started in cold weather, and he wanted to use it to grind some feed. August isn't the only one who wants the weather to warm up. Everybody has had a great plenty of cold weather this winter. Tunges Here on Furlough— The John Finnestads and Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Tunge, Santa Ana, Calif., called Thursday So SIMPLE a school child can keep it. So ECONOMICAL all can afford it. So COMPLETE it meets every Income Tax Requirement. EACH SECTION INDEXED. START IT ANYTIME. FREE Advisory Service To Users. Bookkeeping and Income Tax questions answered by experts without charge. This service alone worth many times the price of the book. SEE THIS FINE SYSTEM TODAY! No Obligation. On the * * * * streets at Algona Wednesday we had a little visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eusene Hofius of Ottosen. Mrs. Hofius remarked that they always read our "stuff" in the Advance, which flattered our vanity. The Hofius- es enjoy coming to Algona, for they see old friends every time. For many years they farmed in the Algona neighborhood. Their elder daughter, Mary Jane, is married now and is somewhere in the far west with her soldier husband. The Hofius girls are mighty nice girls^ ^ Harvey Henricksen, who lives northwest of Bancroft, has one of the Andy Behrens farms, none NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4985. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, January term, 1943. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that nn instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Martin "Wilhelm Boettcher, deceased, dated January 27, 1937, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 22nd day of March, 1943, 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, February 19) 1943. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. J. D. LOWE, Attorney. 24-26 The following price paid for whole- milk and cream butterfat as follows: January 15-31 (3.5% test) Wholemilk butterfat 70-o c Sweet Cream Butterfat »J c First Grade Butterfat ** c February MS (3.5% test) Wholemilk butterfat Sweet Cream Butterfat ** Firtt Grade Butterfat . - ** F. O. B. Algona Algona Cooperative Creamery Company Phone400 Started Chicks on Hand Pullorum Tested Feb. 20th Hatch 200 Austra-Whites 200 Barred Rocks 500 White Rocks 200 White Leghorns Feb. 24th~Hatch 1000 White Rocks 500 White Leghorns 100 Leghorn-Rock Cockerels 500 Austra-Whites 500 Leghorn-Rocks Feb. 27th Hatch 400 White Rock Cockerels 300 White Leghorns 200 Buff Rocks 300 White Wyandottes March 3rd Hatch 300 White Leghorns 1600 White Rocks 600 Austra-Whites 100 Black Australorps March 8th Hatch 500 White Leghorns 1500 White Rocks 300 White Wyandottes 400 Barred Rocks 200 Barred Rock-Reds 300 Buff Rock Cockerels OR, G. G. 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