PAGE TWO I • KOS8UTH CbUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA TUESDAY, MAROH 16. 1943 PROFITABLE DOLLARS Are those dollars spent for concentrates, vitamins and minerals to complete your home grown grains. BIG GAIN MINERAL STOCK FOOD helps to provide those required ingredients in the most profitable form to you. Figure it out for yourself. It usually takes around 12 bushels of corn to produce 100 pounds of pork gain without supplement. Using BIG GAIN, you may cut this consumption to 6 bushels of corn, your hogs taking 33 pounds of BIG GAIN to balance their feed. Figuring corn at 90c per bushel, your saving in corn consumed is $5.40 per hundredweight of gain. Compare this with a cost of $1.25 for the BIG GAIN used and pocket the difference. K. & H. Oil Co., Burl Whitiemore Produce, Whil- temore Dick Meyer, Tilonka J. F. Lorenz, Wesley Ulfers Stockyards, Algona Nicolas Semens* of Whittemore, Wed 50 Years . • . • - < if k ' ';•; '.V. 'vi':'.- ,:--\ '.JS-.Y '•>'•,•;.,:-,.'• "MAN AGED 94 walks to town most every day" says Oklahoma druggist. "Used ADLERIKA last 15 years." ADLERIKA contains 3 laxatives for quick bowel action, •with 5 carminatives to relieve gas pains. Get ADLERIKA today.— Lusby and Giossi, Druggists. BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices County Attorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa CAME TOILS, FROM EUROPE ON MARRIAGE Whittemore, Mar. 15—Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Semon celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Semon are both natives of Luxemnouig, the tit- tle duchy, betwcan Belgium and Germany which the Germans took over at the beginning of this war, and both grew up in that country. They were married there March 14, 1893, and immediately after their marriage they emigrated to this country, coming right to Whittemore and settling here. For some time after arrival the Semons lived in town. Then they began farming on the old Mahoney place, now owned by Geo. Winkel. After some years there they bought the Flannagan farm, now owned by Henry Ostwalcl, and after selling that they moved to town, where they lived 15 years. The couple had not yet had enough of farming, so they bought the Louis Baas farm southeast of town, but after eight years there retired again, due to age and poor health, and returned to town and bought a home on east rr'ain street where they are spending their remaining days. Mr. and Mrs. Semon have two children, Alfred, Algona, and Mrs. Marie Hogan, at home. There are six grandchildren. At "open house" many old friends called Sunday to con- graulate them on their anniversary. Dinner was served to the immediate families, and the Alfred Semon daughters were waitresses. A three-tier wedding cake was table centerpiece, decorated in gold, 'and the home was decorated in gold and white. THE POCKETBCOK KNOWLEDGE LINNAN & LYNCH Attorneys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 261 HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington Phone 287 J. D. Lowe R. J. H. 440 VAN NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona. Iowa . IN WORUO WAR 1 IT WAS 4OMEM AND 8 MORSES TO A BOX CAR, -THIS TIME 260 SOLDIERS TRAVEL IN A MONSTER, TWO-DECKER piywoop BUS UNDER NORMAL CONDITIOSS, A SOLDIER'S WOOLEN COAT LASTS 33 MONTHS, HIS WOOLEN TROUSERS l^XiMOMTil HIS OVERCOAT 16 MONTHS, W5 SHOES 5 TO 7 MONTHS, AHC HISWOOLE1-! •SHIRT 6 MONTHS BECAUSE OF THEIR FRA6RAMT QUALIT/, A NEW ALL-PURPOSE FOAM HAS BEEN DEVELOPED WHICH WILL UXYIKGUISH ALCOHOL FIRES. IT IS INTRODUCED IMTO THE WATER STREAM BEING PLAVED ON THE Fir;s WERE SUSPENDEP ON CHAINS flMD WORA/ AN" AMPHIBIOUS GLIDER. \*-Mt VJEAPON OFTHEU.S.NAVy E. D. Kelly G. D. Shumway SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 180 Mrs. Wehrspann Has Birthday— Relatives helped Mrs. Gerhard Wehrspann celebrate a birthday Thursday evening. Attending: Mr. 'and Mrs. Lorenz Gade, daughter Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, Wehrspann, Mrs. Herman Gade, and Raymond Meyer. The time was spent at cards, Mrs. Lorenz Gade had baked for her mother a birthday cake bearing 67 candles. It's an old custom that such an honoree try to blow out the candles with one try, and that as many as are blown out show how many years the person will live yet. Well Mrs. Wehrspann blew them all out at once, and at that rate she will live to a very ripe old age! Phone 206 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison building Algona, Iowa A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bldg. DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 328 C. H. CRETZMEYER M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa Lutheran Men's Club Meets— The Lutheran Men's club met in the parochial school auditorium last week Tuesday evening. It was voted to entertain their wives next week Friday evening. Louis and Edwin Greinert, were appointed to "sling hash" that evening. H. F. Schultz, L. H. Pertl, W. A. Rusch, and William Rocber served lunch at last week's meeting. Hospital Patient Home Herman Voigt drove LAKOTA WOMAN GOES TO VISIT A SOLDIER SON Lakota, Mar. 15 — Mrs. John Heetland left via automobile to Boone and from there by train for San Francisco last week Wednesday to visit her son Merle, who has been in a hospital there for the last several weeks. Merle suffered shellshock in the attack on Pearl Harbor and has had a nerve ailment ever since. Mrs. Heetland expects to be with him till April 1, and Minnie Boettcher and Amanda Ukena meanwhile have charge of her coffee shop. Girls' Four-H Club Meets— The Ledyard Loyal Lassies held an- all-day meeting at the leader Mrs. Charles Gutknecht's Saturday and had a potluck lunch at noon. Mrs. Gutknecht presented material from the last training school, and. the girls planned their clothing budgets for the year. Uses and methods of button fastenings was dis- likes army life, hitchhiked home and back. ' Library Committees Named— The Seymour library president, Mrs. W. E. Guknecht, has appointed-the following committees: adult book committee, Mesdames Harry Warburton, W. E. Ley, George Heetland, Francis Adams, and H. H. Murray; children's books, Mesdames Alton Anderson, W. D. Ley, C. C. Gerzema, Henry Mitchell, and Jean Christopherson. The committees expect to order new books soon. Presbyterian Aid Meets— Mrs. E. G. Sauer, Mrs. Loy>il Gingrich, and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at the manse Thursday, and there was a good attendance. Mrs. J. E. Smith had charge of devotions; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht read a paper on gardening; Dorothy Asmusson sang two songs; and June Skeels played two piano selections. TITONKA GIRL THE BRIDE OF COAST YOUTH _ i ' Titonka, ,Mar. 15—Arthur Jay Budlong got home Thursday from two weeks at Glendale, Calif. He came via Portland, Ore., where he visited the Oscar Blanchards and the' Dale Cravens. Everett Rippentrop, who had been at Portland, came home with him. Arthur Jay attended the wedding of his sister Edith Mae at Seattle on March 5. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, and was married to Everett Bissel, aeronautical engineer in a Bowie plant at Seattle, where the newlyweds are living. Ramsey Aid. Holds Annual— The Ramsey Reformed Aid held an annual meeting last week Tuesday, 17 members and one guest attending. All officers were reelected: Mrs. Karl Sunderman, president; Mrs. Frank Snutjer, vice; Mrs. William Penning, secretary; Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, treas- retary; Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, treasurer. Mrs. William Kaduse and Vlrs. Snutjer were hostesses. Shower for Miss Kruse— , Katherine Kruse was taken by urprise Thursday, when she was lonored with a miscellaneous hower. The entertainment wag giving advice to the bride-to-be. Claine Christenson and Rona lehlman carried gifts to Katherne, who opened them. Katherne is to be married, March 18 to Dick Meinders. Lunch was serv- d to 30 persons. Groups to Garden Meeting— Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mrs. loyd Bartlett, Mrs. Lee O.' Wolfe, and Mrs. Lemuel Stockwell accompanied Mrs. Raymond Bartlett to Algona Thursday to attend a Victory garden meeting, and others attending from Titonka were Mrs. Henry Plaisier and Mrs. Karl Sunderman. Wednesday evening callers at Johh.K. Rippentrop's Sr. Fenton Lutherans Hold Dedication for Service Flag Fenton, Mar. 15—The St. John's Mr and Mrs. Neal MIchaelson Lutheran Aid here has presented and Mr. 'and Mrs. Herb Nelson to the loca ,1 church a service were at Mason City Saturday. fi agi and it was dedicated Sun- Mr-. Fred Adamson is caring ] ^ March 7. There are at pres- i for Mi\i. George Svvalvo, north or — —— — — . — —•«•.** M iflrED Wesley, Mar. 15—Mr. and Ben Felt celebrated their wedding anniversary r nek. " e fag> and The Felts are still Wesleyans h, i have spent their winters in pinr ida in the last several years. BAHN BURNED DOWN Livermore, Mar. 15—Tho W,, on the Emil Welter farm east 5 town was burned to tho to''"*n \vb^ i * * tv =s. • • « Mn -:. - -»-•-•" Harold Miller represent the following members were'at Knoxville Thursday on '< O f the congregation: Raymond a businc-s rri.sion. PLANS FOR SCRAP. Dreyer, Maynard Mueller, Edmund Krause, Ralph Tatmau, Harold Gramenz, Harold Krue- asked Io start gathering now. scrap i thur Ruhnke, Arnold Kuecker, I Hans Hansen, and John Elmers. the to Fort MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence. 194 DR. SHERMAN MEYER Osleopathic Physician General Practice—Special attention given to rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theater bldg. Phones: Bus. 166, Res. 788. Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Hutchison bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in new Heise bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $24,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. LOANS AND INSURANCE Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. Stale Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa LOANS TO FARMERS AND STOCKMEN with a sound basis for credit. Rate W-%. Emmetsburg Production Credit Association. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona. See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance. Dodge Thursday, and was accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, who went down to visit; her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl, the former Dorothy Heidenwith Sebers. Mr. Voigt and Mrs. Heidenwith were accompanied back by Mrs. Voigt, who had been a patient at" the Lutheran hospital there two weeks. OTHER WHITTEMORE. The St. Paul's Lutheran Aid held a regular meeting at thf Lutheran school auditorium Thursday, and on the serving committee were Mrs. William Roebcr, Mrs. Harry Schmeling, Mrs. George Schultz, and Mrs. Richard Potratz. Maxine Bell went to Fort Dodge Wednesday to visit friends till Saturday, when she was to go on to Sioux City for the weekend with a- uister. Cpl. Paul , Urich has been spending, a 12-day furlough with Mrs. Urich and relatives at Duncan and Garner. BURT YOUTH A MECHANIC FOR AERIAL CORPS Gulfport Field, Miss., Mar. 13— Pvt. Robt. P. Esarey, formerly of Burt, la., has been graduated from this big army air force's technical training command school for airplane mechanics and is ready to take his place on the farflung service lines of the global war wherever the biggest American planes are based at home or abroad. Esarey received a course of intensive training to fit him for his important task, and it also fitted him for. an important job in peacetime aviation. In private life Esarey was sheet metal worker at the Lockheed aircraft factory, Burbank, Calif., before induction. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Esarey, Burt. Gulfport Field is producing an endless stream of airplane mechanics to service the biggest bombers and cargo and transport planes of the army. Students attend classes in shifts around the clock, every hour and every square foot of space being given the most thorough utilization. »«•»•••«•««»•«••••+•»»•*' WRITE TO YOUR SOLDIER ing boxes; and first aid. Measurements were taken for sewing, and some of the new games were played. All of the girls were present. Hurt in Fall on Ice— A. T. Buckels, who recently moved into the Editor Edgar Inlay residence following a farm sale near Thompson, fell on ice near the house last week Tuesday and suffered a broken collarbone besides an injured hand. Mrs. Buckels is at Los Angeles, helping care for her daughter, Mrs. Gisle Anderson, and the little grandson, Jimmie, both of whom are sick, and is not expected home for three or four weeks. Army Cook Visits Paienis— Cpl. Harold Koppen arrived last week Monday on 5-day leave to visit his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Gust Koppen. He has been transferred to Kearney, Neb., where three new air bases are being constructed. Harold is a cook, but has been having an infection in one thumb, and since he could not work was given the leave. He left Friday to return to camp. Harold, who says he New Helper at Elevator— Pete Bruer has begun work at the Schissel elevator to fill a vacancy caused when Dick Spear resigned after renting the Carl Trump farm southeast of town. Mr. Bruer had been operating an oil truck out of Buffalo Center. School Election Contest— There were two contestants in the school election here last week Monday to fill the place of W. E Ley as director. Dr. H. H. Murray won, with a vote of 225 to Ray Hertzke's 200. Oldtime Citizen Leaves— . Henry Roba left last week Wednesday for Swea City with his son Harold and will live, at Harold's. Mr. Roba had "batched it" much of his life at intervals. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Liming, o: Blue Earth, with three children called on the Charles Eggerths last week Monday evening. The Limings formerly had two little girls, but now also have a son born January 30. The family liv ed a mile east of Lakota before moving to Blue Earth. Mesdames Margaret Warburton, J. H. Warburton, and E. L Grabau, with little Ruth Warbur ton, were at Blue Earth Thurs day afternoon. A group of friends took Henry Mitchell by surprise last week Monday, when they arrived to help him celebrate a birthday. Mrs. -Frank Schroeder wa hostess to her bridge club las week Tuesday evening. School Board Is Elected By Union Twp. Voters Junior Club to Meet— \ The Juni9r Federated club will meet this week Tuesday with Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, and roll call will be on "A Book for Youths." A book review will be given by Mrs. Helen Schram, and a lesson on learning the use of •noney will be by Mrs. Leota Schutjer. , Woman's Club Officers Named— ' The Woman's club met Friday evening with Mrs. Frank Clark and held an annual business meeting. Mrs. Carrie Torgerson was elected president; Mrs, Marshall Cheever, vice; Mrs. Lenore Schram, treasurer; Mrs. Betty Gartner, secretary. | Women Lions Club Guests— The Lions club entertained the wives at dinner at Wilson's Cafe Thursday evening, and after the dinner all went to the high school building, where a representative i of the International Harvester Co.! showed pictures. I Soldier Home on Furlough— i Mrs. Wilbur Schram substitut- j ed as' teacher for Mrs. Woodrow , Peterson last u-e^ while Mrs.! Peterson's husband, Sgt. Wood- < row Peterson, was at home on a j short furlough from a camp in' Connecticut. I Union Twp., Mar. 15—The recent school directors election resulted as follows: Dist, No. 1, Kenneth Strayer, (no election); 2, Henry Engstrom; 3, Edw. Hackbarth; 4, Alfred Schenck; 5, Roy Sarchet, (no election); 6, Orlan Rutledge; 7, Herbert Haase. The new directors are Messrs. Engstrom, Hackbarth, Rutledge, and Haase. Engstrom succeeded Louis Scott; Orlan Rutledge, Delos Gardner, who resigned; and Haase, John Sabin. Telephone Annual Held— The annual Lines 2 and 25 telephone meeting was held at the No. 4 schoolhouse Friday afternoon, but there was only a small attendance. The old officers were all re-elected: Frank Cruikshank, president; Jos. Ricker, secretary- treasurer; Rudolph Will, lineman. Farm Bureau Will Meet— The Union township Farm Bu- I reau will hold an evening meeting at Floyd Gardner's this week Thursday, and assisting hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, and Floyd Reibhoff. Other Union News. Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and her son Terry, who had spent a week recently returned to their home at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin, of Granada, Minn., came recently for a visit at Walter Heerdt's. Joan Bode has been absent from school with the measles. IT WILL GET BETTER ATTEN- tion if it is printed. Attractive printing costs but little more than other methods and gets much better results. — Advance Home From California— Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, is here for a month with her parents. She has been having trouble with her teeth and is recuperating. Joan has employment in California. Spends a Furlough Here— Pvt. Wilbur Wellhousen is at home on furlough with his parents. His camp is in Texas. Other Titonka News. The Edward Sathoffs left Saturday for Iowa Falls to spend the weekend with Mrs. Sathoffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Amundsen. Mr. and Mrs. William Steebrug Jr., Fort Dodge, arrived Friday for a few days with Mrs. Marie Sathoff. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. 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