Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA LOTTS CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lusmann ' f ho l !» d b " bv ar F bcin 8. "r and Darlenc spent Sunday at : by lhe £ormer s mothcr ' are parents of u 12-lb. son, born July 23, and now have three boys and a girl. Mrs. George is lhe former Marie Geilxonaucr, and 1 for Mrs. John Geitzenatter, Fenton. Delton. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, lo,ft last PASTOR QUILL INFAREWELL TO SENECANS Torrill, visiting friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Louis Richmann, Burl, and lhe daughter: wcek for Fort Snelling, Minn., Shirley were here Sunday even- | wncrc he was in ducled into the , _ ing and Mr. Richmann conducted ' army His sister Gladvs is in the ' Quill delivered his farewell ser- the local church services here. - : Waves. " j mon, A Parting Prayer, at the The Rev. A. F. Otto, pastor here,) Mrs. Alvin Bloomquist. of Des [local Lutheran church Sunday is having a two weeks vacalion. | Moines, spent a few davs last i morning. On September 1 he Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn, the ... - ... week with her parents. Mr. and Edwin Wichtendahls, August Pi- j Mrs. Walter Krause. Mrs. Fred Mover and her Rochester, where they visited Mrs. Arnold Meine. who had a jahn, and the Hugo Faulsliches, were among persons attending recent memorial services Sunday for Edmond -Bell at the Peace Lutheran church, West Bend. The Rev. A. Krause conducted the ^orvices. Edmond, brother of Mesdames Pijahn and Wiehten- dahl, was killed in aclion June 14 in France. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bollc, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz. Whitlemorc. were visiting! right eye, when he relatives here Sunday afternoon, j crete steps. The wound required Mr. and Mrs. Edward George' four stitches to close. will take up new duties as pastor at Glenwood, Minn. Mr. Quill has asked this NINE BIRTHDAYS ARE CELEBRATED Lu Verne, Aug. 2—For only one person to celebrate a birthday is not much of news, but for nine whose birthdays all fall , within a week to celebrate joint- j Albert, \Vas_ born_lp -Capt ly is worth mention. The event took place at the town park here Sundav. NEW GRANDSON FOR THE BURT CLAPSADDLES Burl, Aug. 2—A son. The honorees wore Mrs. Edw. I Ramus, her daughters Helen and ..._.._ . col- Elizabeth, her only grandchild, daughter Marilyn were lately at | umn to express his deep appro- I Lavonne Ramus, whose father is overseas, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Corwith, William ciation to a host of friends for their many ads of kindness dur- gallstones operation at Mercy ing his pastorale here. "May hospital there. Arnold Meine and Clod's richest blessings rest upon Mrs. Le Roy Mueller. Fenton,' your congregation, and may the visited the ' patient last week j fellowship of love so beautifully Wednesd ty and were accompan- | begun ied home by Mrs. Meyer and | before Marilyn. Arthur, youngest son of the find its final enfoldment the throne of grace in heaven," Mr. Quill said. Next Sunday services will be Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto, recent-! conducted here at 11:30 a. in. by ly suffered a deep gash above his ! Joyce Neslingen. senior at the Luther Theological Seminary, St. con- NO HEARING AID IS"CHEAP UNLESS it brings you the best possible hearing! SEE HOW SONOTONE TESTS EACH CASE FOR MAXIMUM RESULTS Don't "shop" for better hearing! Remember, there is only one grade of hearing, and that isthefoesf hearing science knows how to give you. When you come to Sonotone you get a scientific audiometric test of your hearing to show whether or not you can be helped, and how a Sonotone can be adapted to fit your persona/ needs! Come in for a free test. Learn the details of Sonotone Service that KEEPS YOU HEARING WELL! No charge or obligation.^ Paul. He will be first of two young men who will occupy the pulpit each Sunday hereafter in the absence of a regular pastor. The other senior from the Seminary, who will be here August 13. is Charles Hanson. Services will be held two con. seculive Sundays at 11:30 a. in., then at 10 a. m. on the following two Sundays. Group at Bible Camp— Some young people of lhe Seneca community left Sunday for a Lutheran Bible camp at the Oko- bojis. among them Wanda and Gerald Oleson. La Vonne Thompson, and Jackie Loofl. The Lester Jensens were , planning to take Sherwood to the camp Monday. Girl for the Fred Johnsons— Air. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, nf Fort Dodge, are parents of a daughter, born one day last Klawitler, and Lyle 'and Denny Thompson. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Folf, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson. Mrs. Klawittel 1 , and the hitler's Richard Kanninp. mother, Mrs. Ex-Swea City Boy, Bombardier, Cited Swea City. Aug. 2—David Collin, Windom, Minn., his wife, and daughter Maxine were among guests at the Baptist church jubilee celebration Sunday, and David reported that the eldest son had received a citation after 100 missions as a bombardier. David is stationed in England, and another son is in Ilaly. David's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Collin Sr., of Concordia, Kans., are now .both bedfasl in-a hospital, and David plans to visit them soon. The Collins are former Swea Cilyans. LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Looft. daughter Cleo. the Albert Loofts, all of Ledyard, Mrs. Margaret Looft aaugnier. oorn one IUI.Y itihi i . V, j T c , j /u n j week. This is Mrs. Emma Pel- lThe Fred Loofts, and the Bernard ersen's first granddaughter. Loofts. all of Swea, had a picnic Cherland. New Baby is Baplised- Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland MR. E. C. WILKINS Call or write for appointment. had their infant son, Roger Allan, baptised at the local Lutheran church last week Sunday. Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle at the Kossuth hospital at 6:30 a. m. Mon 4 clay. He weighed six pounds. 14 or.. There are two brothers, Jerry and -'Chuckle.'" The baby named Albert for his i Lieut. Albert Lichter, air now a prisoner of war in many. The .baby is a grat of Henry Lichter, Algona, and of Dr. and Mrs. J. Guy Clapsaddle, Burt. also a great-grandson of D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, and his father is a doctor. Algonian's Birthday Observed— The Herman' Bussies and Carl Reynolds family were at Algona Sunday, helping- August Bollinger celebrate a birthday. Mr. Bol- lingcr is Mrs, Bussie's and Mrs. Reynolds' father. Former Resident is Dead — Friends here have received word of the death of Frank Gibbs, Brinkley, Ark., who lived here many years ago and owned the farm where lhe Harry Mc- Chanes now live. I > r . • M .ES omas PORTLAl .: ' •'•' • 1 '• < sfi> Mrs. V. A. Smith and herv children, John and Jose spending their usual' s cation hero with th William G rovers. Mi a banker at' Milwauke and 1 TCrnn Baars. Burt Kos- Won 4 Is. 14 Icrri' was nclCj pilot Ger- idson id of ddle, of D. 1 his »d — Carl spending a few, weeks lives and frierids at Sac, Wis. . The Normnn -Sander Grove, were recent .vis p&rental E. L. Dickmi The C. J..WinandyJ )hine,. are anirner vflj c parental , Smith is * ( .eacher, is with rela- Prairie dii . sons,.Eagle i tors at the 'y'er's.' amily, Chir cago, and Mr. and Mrs,. John Sir mon, Algoria, were entertained at a chicken- dinner Monday evening it Earl .Millers. • Mrs. Albert Baars is a patient at -the.Kossuth hospital She js reported improving, f ed home soon. F. A. Ringsdorf has men remodeling the h net expeci- a ,crew of xise on the xvor M Mrs ters T«V» Jon day for had nie< IV a nc Wit •S tioi hon mei 9. u die con S Net for are Ma X yea , >-*«• « r Other Burt Air. and Mrs. John Simon. .Algona, Iheir guests the C. J. Win- andys, Chicago, Mrs. -Raymond and Mr. and Lovstad were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller Monday. Mrs. Winandy is Mr.- and Mrs. Simons' daughters. Sponors were" Mr. and Mrs.' Odey | Sunday at the Swea City park 1 - - honoring Mrs. Mane Giebart, of Chicago, visiting the Loofts. Mrs. Ada Randall, Mason City, came Sunday for a week at her daughter Mrs. Laurence Pingel's. Supt. and Mrs Richard Brauer returned Friday. Mrs. Brauer attended summer school at Estherville six weeks, then joined her Otlior Weekend Algona, Iowa Tel. 254 606 So. Harlan Si. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION ALGONA, IOWA PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that at: a SPECIAL CITY Xews. . quests at J. H. Jen- husband n sen's were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph I nad wor * e Haakenstad, North Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Griffith, Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. Perry Jensen, George, were also weekends here. Mrs. Fred Brown is spending a week at the Methodist Bible camp at the Okobojis. Maxine and Helen Cody were to spend this week at a Danish Bible camp there. The Luther League will meet in Rochelle, where he ed as a time-keeper for the Del Monte Canning Co. They ELECTION in the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held on the 14th day of August, 1944, from 7 o'clock A. M., to 8 o'clock P. M., of that day , , • . there will be submitted to the qualified electors of said City to be ' jjeeds by them voted upon, the proposition of levying an annual special tax j Wanc { a Oleson leaders where thoy visited relatives two weeks. The Charles Besendorfs, Frost, Minn., spent Sunday at Henry Frey's. Mr. Besendorf is Mrs. Frey's brother. The Rev Frederick Reece, of Granger, spent the weekend at P. W. and Edw. Reeces and with the Wiemers. Father Reece, who ;.;aid mass at the Sacred Heart next Sunday evening at ^ lhe huj . ch Sunday ^.^ js the A. E. Nelson and son o£ Mr - and Mrs - Fred Reece lit not exceeding 1 V-t mills on the dollar per annum upon all of the taxable property in said City, commencing with the current levies, j the collection of which is to be anticipated bv the issuance of airport bonds in an amount not exceeding $42,000.00 for the purpose of ac- ; £'.'4^ at ^ Emma p eterselVs Lyle Skow. Estherville, who is home, quiring, equiping, operating and maintaining' an airport for said City, and the further proposition of whether or not the City of Algona, Iowa, shall place lhe management and control of its airport in an airport commission. That at said special election the ballots to be used for the submission of the aforesaid propositions will be substantially as follows: First Proposition: (Face of Ballot) (Instructions to Voters: For an affirmative vote upon the following proposition make a cross (x) in the square to the right of the word "Yes" upon the ballot. For a negative vote make a cross (x) in the square to the right of the word "No" upon the ballot.) SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? Shall the City Council of lhe City ot Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, be authorized to levy an annual special tax o£ not exceeding one and one- quarter (114) mills on the dollar per annum upon all the taxable property in the City of Algona, commencing with the current levies, the collection of, which is to be anticipated by the issuance of airport bonds in an amount not to exceed Forty-Two YES Thousand Dollars ($42,000.00), for the purpose of acquiring, operating, equiping and maintaining n _ municipal airport for said City? JMO .... last week. Mrs. Albert Ullestad, who spent last week at the parental Jens Halversons. has returned to her home at Aldcn. The Flynn Hunts have been having a visit from the former's sister, Mrs. Walsh, Denver, and \ her daughter. j The Howard Hellicksons, Hum- I boldt, were last week Thursday ' guests at A. E. Nelson's. | Harriett Oleson spent last week : at her aunt Mrs. Roy Goerrings, ! Jackson, Minn. Des Moines. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, of Radcliffe. son Lt. Fred Anderson, of the air corps, Mary Beth and Jane Anderson, Baltimore, Md., Carolyn Snyder, Des Moines, and LaVonne Ellen, Radcliffe, were weekend guests at the W. E. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer homes. I ,!RU- tenant Anderson, who hud been stationed at Alexander, La., is being transferred, and he had only three days at home en route. Mary Beth and Jane An- lughters of Anderson. \ Mrs. Guy B. Doctor wore at Swea City "With relatives. Mrs. Newvule, Mrs. Speicher, Mrs. M. Larsen and'her daughters Elsie and Veltfia took Mrs. John Story to Mason City Saturday, and Mrs; Story left-by bus for .her home-at,PCS Moines. She had spent a week hero with her niece, Mrs. Lorst-'n. Mrs. Earl Zweifel, of Cofrinne. and Lois Graham spent Sunday with Ruby Slfcnzel, Titorika. Sgt. Maurice Graham, stationed in Italy, recently wrote home that he had seen a, shipment of eggs there from Forest City. He told some of his buddies that the eggs could • have come from his own back yard. Student Nurses Mary Lee and Nedra Wolf are expected Koine for a few weeks vacalion. They are taking training .at Carroll. Mary Lee has , been there .two years, Nedra one y'ear. • 3,15, Sexf on The Everett ^i, Sunday guests : ,,'tr'\ ' parents, Mr. ,,, u , '* ,^v c ,l terl Gonrieh, ,, u y M-s. J The_ Herman Wi S( , —•• ••- •*• i\-1 iiidl near Renwick, wcM-o'.SmT'V sf*. w, w^'" 1 " y N.¥SV.SSK n C * GX. c offl nlh 3S r r i t.r^ her baby Gknnd ; i' Su'.15 Anderson and Nelson \ v ' »1 day afternoon visit,,,.', ., £ M °1 Sanford's. Lu Vm ' H The Wi.llimn W<,n m , r , p ' Sunday afternoon wiih'iu merscn's mother M,.,. Miller, Algona. '' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader had as guests last week Mr. Schrader's brother, Edw. Schra- dor. the hitler's wife and .the daughter Dorothy, also Mrs. Earl Trager, Minneapolis. The guests allcame home early this week. Edw. Weiske's. Forest City, were Sunday guests '.of Mrs. Weiske's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. The Glenn Hut- zels have moved into the Sorenson home. Mrs. John Koestler and her i daughter Gail spent the week-1 end at Algona with Mrs. Koest-, ler's niece, Mrs. Martin Zimmer- , man. i Ernestine Leeck lately spent. several days at Albert Metzger's, ' Lolls Creek, helping cook for | threshers. She is Mrs. Metzger's j sister. Mrs. D. L. Hodgson, daughter : Ruth, and Iheir guesls, Mr. and; Mrs. C. O. Palton, El Paso. 111., spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Clifford Schrader, seaman 2-c, has returned to Farragut, Ida., after a furlough with his wife and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slaehle and Frank Whcrnli were dinner guesls al R. J. Nealy's Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Cedar Rapids, are visiting Mrs. j Wilson's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth i Patterson. Kay Hardgrove spent the weekend with her grandmother, ] Mrs. John Hardgrove, Algona. Lester Stow, Cedar Rapids, spenl lhe weekend at his father Fred Slew's. Erna Baars is visiting relatives at Prairie due Sac, Wis. farm he purchased f'om Wyott Stott last spring. The I Ringsdorfs plan to move to the place as, soon as improvements are completed. Vivian Volentine j has • been hired to teach the ,Por!tland No. 8 school. Teachers arej not plentiful, but most of the schools here are supplied. j The Four Corners | social club met Tuesday with Mrs. Martin Larsen. : . ,-.-'.!' , Farmers here are^ combining and threshing oats, 'arid" soriie of them report, excellent ' yields, while othersJi'ay'e not! got the usual returns. ' ,••.'',- ' I • • . ; Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph DUgah entertained at a .-we.iner • roast at their home • Sunday cjveriing,-. and guests were •the' George •Volcn- tines, Mr. and Mrs. Pet^r.'-Plcmel, Viola Trenary, and Harold- Becker. •'...'..' v.'!' ••••'•' ' Elsie Larsen . spent; Saturday night and Sunday.:with.Gertrude Boekelm-in, Titonka.i Mrs. Lizzie Ne\vy|lle, Algona, and Mrs. Mayme- Speicher 'were Sunday guests at Martin Larsen's. Mr.' and Mrs. Venion _Larsen, with the daughle'r '. Leila, ,. • v ^ '••• ~jf\ .:. • :....•• ••'.. ~ iro v* «> * "Jti ST»»E r=7 YOU'VE SEEN THEM .IN "MademoiieUe" YOU'VE SEEISI THEM IN "Vogue" Hardware Items Just Received Just received a shipment of round steel STOCK TANKS Garbage Cans ___---_ — $1,35 Vise Grip Wrenches $1,95 12-in. Gresteloy Wrench,' $225 Several sizes of Box End Wrenches. Milk Strainers pad style _ _ $1,55 Galvanized Pails _"_ 45 C White Water Pails _ _ $1.151 White Dipipers 3Q C topper Clad Ranges $119.50 Allen Ranges . $98.00 Coal Heaters $23.50 to $89.50 3-burrier Perfection Oil Stoves __ $31.50 Hardware UNION | Anderson once practiced at Swea I City. Mrs. Paul Wilson went to Waterloo a few days ago to be with I her husband, Pvt. Paul Wilson, j who was spending a furlough (Back of Ballot) OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Airport Tax Proposilion Special City Election Algona, Iowa August 14, 1044 Ward Adah Carlson, Clerk Judge's Initials 'Second Proposilion: there with his mother. Clarence Oswald, S 2-c, has been transferred from Gulfport, (Face of Ballot) (Instructions to Voters: For an affirmative vote on the following proposition make a cross (x) in the square to the right, of the word "Yes" upon the ballot. For a negative vote make a cross (x) in the square to the right of the word "No" upon the ballot.) SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? Shall the City of Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, place the management and control of its airport in an airport commission? YES ... NO .... (Back of Ballot) OFFICIAL BALLOT For Airport Commission Proposilion Special City Election Algona, Iowa August 14, 1944 Word Adah Carlson, Clerk Judge's Initials Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner ! and the Louis Bodes were supper | guests at Clair Winkle's, Algona. , Sunday evening. Dale Ehrhardt, who has been • in the navy since 1942, had a I chance some time ago to take six j months schooling in the Slales, I bul preferred to return to his ship for a few more. He may take lhe schooling later. He is on a battleship. (Peculiar how these former farm boys develop a yen for lhe sea.) Dale is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ehrhardt, of Union township. Staff Sergeant Edw. Mesche.r, 1 Camp Maxey, Tex., spent Monday with his sister Mrs. John Gisch. He has a 12-day furlough. • The young man has been in service since Pearl Harbor, and he is in the communications division j of the army. Other guests at the | Gisch home are Helen Mescher • ' and Mary Agnes Folfe, Bancroft, i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heerdt, j Ringsted, and Louis Heerdl, Al- | gona, were Sunday dinner guests j i at C. W. Heerdfs. I ! Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will, of I Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph; Herberts, Algona, were dinner I j guests at William Lenninger's, I j Lotts Creek, Sunday, i i The Louis Schumachers at- j tended an Elbert reunion north ' of Whitlemore Sunday afternoon i at Earl Elbert's. A picnic dinner! was served. That evtuiin;.; a call j was made at the Ralph Schu- ' Miss., to San Diego,, Calif. Mrs. 32 present. Oswald is now at Santa Monica, Calif., with her sister Betty, whose husband, Don Johnson, is also in service. • . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog, Fred Dutton, Mrs. Edward Cass, and Mrs. D. B. Mayer allended a Bible conference at the Okobojis Sunday. The Harry Schroeders attended a family reunion' at the Swea City park Sunday. There were | That said election on said two propositions will be held in the 1 macher's, near Armstrong, where several election precincts of said City, the boundaries of which shall be the same as that of the separate wards of said City, tinder the provisions of the City Ordinances. That the polling places wilhin the respective election precincts will be as follows:' Voting Precinct Polling- Place First Ward: The American Legion Hall. Second Ward: The Algona High School Building. Third Ward: The Third Ward School Building. Fourth Ward: The City Hail. That all qualified electors of said Cily are hereby notified to appear at said election; each to vole at the polling place of the election precinct in which said elector resides, or as permitted by statute. That this notice is given by order of the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 303.1 and 319 of the 1939 Code of Iowa as amended and Chapters 210 of the Acls of lhe Forly Ninth General Assembly of lhe Slale of Iowa. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 13th day of'July, 1944. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor of the City of Algona. Iowa. Attest: Adah Carlson, Ciiy Clark. 29-31 there is a now arrival. Ralph is a brother of Louis. Mrs. Helen Webb will teach the school in No. 6. Union. She is a niece of Mrs. William Rath and Mrs. Orlan Rutkidge. Mrs. Ralph Reimers, who will leach No. 7, is a sister of Mrs. Jake Smith. A Miss Valentine, Burl, plans to teach the No. 3 pupils, and Mrs. Hanna and Neva Albright are to return to their schools in Disls. 1 and 2. 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