Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1944 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1944
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tAOE SIX HARRY SEELEYS, OF WHITTEMORE, WED 25 YEARS Whittemore, Aug. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley were taken by j surprise Sunday when friends called in observance of their silver wedding anruveisary. They were married a* Fort Dodge. The guests took possession for open house 2 to 5 p. m. The honorees were presented with a sum of money and many gifts. A three-, tier wedding cake was centerpiece on a lable trimmed in blue /and silver. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cairy, Eagle Grove, were among guests from other towns. One hundred five visitors registered. Herman Voigt Has Birthday— Relatives and friends helped Herman Voigt celebrate a birth- clay Friday evening. Atlending: Mrs. Milton Espe, Rosella Voigl, and Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, Algona; Martin Meyer, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haugen, Irv- inglon; Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., son Alvin. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwilh. grandchildren Ralph Sebers and Shari Ann Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Lor- pnz Hanson, son Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs. daughters Donna Jean and Carol Rose, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, daughter Gertrude. Cards furnished entertainment. Vaux Reunion Held Sunday— A Vaux reunion was held Sunday at J. J. Rosendahl's, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jensen. San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux, son Allen, daughter Mrs. Ellsworth Heiden- wilh, Wesl Bend: Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Baier, Pclerson, sons Gerald and Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. Willis Spear, Havelock. daughter Ruth, son Myron; Shari Ann Walker, Mankato: and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwilh, Whittemore. TWO GIRLS, ONE BOY EXPECTED TO ENTER DRAKE UNIVERSITY Drake University, DCS Moines, Aug. 15—Phyllis Juanita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck, Algona, will be a freshman in the c611ege of liberal arts this school year. She was graduated from the Algona high school last May. Helena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Weisbrod, Burt, Will also be a freshman in the c611ege of education. She was graduated from Ihe Burl high school in May. W. H. Plelch, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Algona, will be a freshman in the college of pharmacy. The young man was graduated from Algona high last May. RURAL CLUB AT OTTOSEN HOLDS ANNUAL PICNIC STUDENT PASTOR WILL SPEAK AT SENECA CHURCH Seneca, Aug. 16—Joyce Nestin- gen, senior at a Lutheran Seminary, St. Paul, will conduct services at Seneca Lutheran church next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. His theme will be, O God, Here I Stand. His text will be Luke 18:9-14. The Aid will meet this week Thursday al Mrs. Peter Thorson's, Ringstcd, Mrs. August Nelson assisting, and Mrs. Kenneth Halvcrson will give a lesson. Fred Jensens to Live Here— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, of Waterloo, have spent the past Ihree weeks in the community, and Fred has been helping with repair work at the school building. The Jensens decided to live here again, so last Thursday Mrs. j Jensen, accompanied by Mrs. Glen Hanson, Otloscn, and Mrs. Leo Lampe wcnl lo Walerloo to bring up the personal belongings. KOSSUTH COUNT* ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA her son Billy will leave Saturday for Paris Island, N. C.,where they will be re-united with Mr. Gilchrist, who is in the navy and stationed there. Patient Now at Home- Mrs. Tim Doocy is now recovering at home, following a major operation at ah Algona hospital some weeks ago": Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg entertained Student Pastor Chas. Hanson, of St. Paul's Lutheran Seminary, and Mrs. Edw. Eisenschmidt at dinner Sunday. , The Henry Loofts were Sunday afternoon callers at Ole Johanne- sen.s Mr. and Mrs. Hans'Prest- hus, Bancroft, and a daughter were also there. ». „ • Attends a Business School— Marjorie Osborn, studenl al John Ryan Reported Better— Mrs. Frank Burke and Ella Otlosen. Aug. 10—The Ladies' Rural Club' held its annual picnic on the school lawn Sunday. A potluck dinner was served, and the aflernoon was spcnl at visiting. The club does not meet regularly during July and August, •but the next meeting will be j August 31, Mrs. S. H. Kropf host-' Birthday is Celebrated— ess. i Robert Halvcrson observed a Guests to the picnic who are j birthday anniversary Sunday. In former members moved away honor of the occasion a family were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams, | gathering was held al Jerrold near Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gochcnour, near Humboldl, daughter Vcra here. Others attending were: Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, son John Jr., the Mike Coyles, Mr. LIEUTENANT TO STUDY BOMBER PLANE ENGINES Union Twp., Aug.; 15—Lt. Mcr- vin E. Gardner departed Monday for Hartford, Conn., to enter the . Pratt-Whitney engine faclory for Mason Citv, lately spent her, two , non ths of intensive study of birthday anniversary wilh her ] airp i ane engines used' in big parents. She will complete bus-1 bombers. The lieutenant had mess training at the Hamilton j spent eight davs with his par- school September 1, and afler a , cntS| Mr and Mrs . D- C . Gard . lew weeks of office training will | neri com ing from Panama Cily, be ready to accept a posilion. jr] a Mr. and Mrs. Gardner enter- l tained in the lieulenant's honor, I and guests were Mr. and Mrs. ; , Leon Gardner, Burt.'their chil- I dren Dianne and Kathleen; Trella I Gardner, in Solar Aircraft em- and Mrs. Roy Tel ford, sons Deanne and Larry, Mrs. Caroline Telford. son Lawrence, Mrs. Hannah Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Gco. I son's. Cooper, their grandchildren, Mr. was Halverson's, near Ringsted. A ploy at Des . Moines 1 - Robert picnic supper and wiener roast B] ac i <man DCS- Moines';' Patricia had been planned, 'but due to a , Ann R V a n o f Chicago- and shower it had. to be held indoors. ', James Camp, Algona., v • i The other Gardner , son, John Milton A M 1-c in : - the navy had panned to be at home at the same f me but his furlough was cant . e i] ec j. ' He did, however, call j on g dislance teleohonc from _ _ . Veteran Visits al Nelsons — Ray A. Benson. E. M. 3-c, of Humboldt. visited from Wednes- dr.y till Saturday at A. E. Nil- • He took part in four in- ' vasons. but was hospitalized just To Join Sailor in N. C.— i Helen Pallerson Gilchrisl and and Mrs. George" Slrulhers, Mr.. I once, with minor burns on his and Mrs.'Eugene Hofius. Mrs. All'i feet. Lee, son Terry Dennis, Mr. and' Burke have relumed from Chi"- j Mrs. Eddie Zinnel, daughter Mur- cago, where they spent three iel ancl Leslie Ann. LeRoy War- weeks helping lo care for Iheir' by, Mrs. Knul Oppedahl, son brother-in-law. John Ryan, who I Knul Jr. was seriously sick, but has im- The club's annual flower show proved. Mrs. Burke also visited U ''U be held Sept. 8. her son John, employed in Chicago. Group to Illinois Funeral— Messrs, and Mes. Chas. Salz, C. R. Kollasch,Henry Mueller, Peter Mueller, and Simon Elbert, with John Kollasch and Grace Muel- ^5 base a t Atlanlic City N J as Dinner was j n progress ' Thinqs not used are wasted. Sell them by a Want Ad. Sgt. Kropf on Furlough— ! Sgt. Lowell Kropf arrived Sal-; urclay for ;>. 20-day furlough. He j is in a ground crew of Ihe army I air corps, and has been stationed ' al Tage Field, Fort Meyers, Fla., '• as a mechanic. The sergeant was . ler, lefl Wesl Bend Saturday j graduated from the Olloscn high evening for Lcnore. 111., to attend | school in 1940. His wife, who has the funeral of an uncle, Vogcl, Monday morning. Other Wliiiteinon; News. Harold Johnson, of the navy, arrived Monday evening on furlough and was met here by his sister Doris and cousin Opal Nelson, Rolfe. The three made a short call at Arthur Heiden- wilh's. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Augusl Gade, were Sunday guests al Alfred Bruhn's, Ihe occasion being Arlcn Bruhns' lllh birthday. Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith has returned from Wilmington, N. C., where she spent three weeks with her husband, Ellsworth Heidenwith, stationed at Camp Davis. Mrs. George Frost has gone lo Sioux Fails lo visit Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frost The Rev. Fr. Frick spenl last week at Sioux City with his mother. Peter | been with her parents at Humboldt. plans to go wilh him lo Florida. She is a former teacher of Ihe Lutheran school al Algona. UNION Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Will, with the daughters Alice and M:irtha, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gerber, near West Bend, Robert Bode and Mrs. A. W. Lindsley, with the latter's son Terry, spenl Sunday al Forl Dodge, guesls of Ihe Grandfather John Lamuth and al Sydney Lindsley's. A birlhday surprise parly honoring Mrs. Charles Davis was held al Orville Gardner's Sunday evening. Marabet.h Will arrived Wednesday via Omaha. Fort Dodge, and Kansas City for a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Will. A steam engine Heinie Stcbritz was using lo thresh had to give up on the job lasl week, when repairs couldn'l be had al once. The threshing was at Louis Schumacher's. Roy Ringsdorf came to the rescue with his machine, then threshed two remaining jobs for Lou Robinson and Charles Geilenfeld, also while in the vicinity threshed for Henry Dacken, the latter hiring all help. Mrs. Maine Winkel and Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodds, with the son Dean, atlended a Winkel reunion a few days ago al Ihe country home of Donald Clark, near Livermore. This is an annual affair. Others attending were Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, the Laurence Winkels. Algona, the Geo. J. Winkels, Whittemore, the Ross Clarks. Livermore, and Otto Johnsons, Humboldt. The firsl meeting of the Mothers and Daughlers club year will be held Sept 14 al Veda Me Arthur's, south of Algona, near Irvington, with Mamie Winkel assisting. The new president is Alice Weisbrod. A Youth Fellowship group at Good Hope gave a farewell parly Friday evening for one of their members, Frank Jenkinson, who left for the service Monday morning. A potluck lunch was Pariy for School Student— ' Berneice Coyle, attending the • Mankato Commercial college at Mankato,. was honorec at an ice : cream party last Thursday even-1 ing at George Bruelman's. Shej was graduated from high school j last spring, and has been at- j tending the Mankato school and! taking a nine months course' which she will complete next 1 February. Miss Coyle hay been , spending a few days with her j parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike i Coyle. Atlending the parly were Ihe Mike Schmidts, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, son Bernard, Mr. i and Mrs. Roy Telford, sons Lar-! ry and Dianne. i Belly Lou JVIovick spenl from • last week Wednesday till Friday wilh Muriel Zinnel. The Edw. Von Banks, of Wesl Bend, Mrs. Lena Vaughn, Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Caroline Telford, son Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Usher, daughter Mirthu, all.of Otlosen, were Sunday evening callers al Roy Telford's. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zinnel, daughters Muriel and Leslie Ann were Friday visilors at Algona. OTTOSEN YOUTH IK AIR SERVICE BACK IK STATES Lusbij and Giossi Spices For many years we have specialized on hard to obtain SPICES. This year we have most of them. Mace Flakes Anise Seed Dill Seed Celery Seed Caraway Seed Coriander Seed Fennel Seed Mustard Seed Curry Powder Cinnamon ''Powder ' Cinnamon Buds Mustard Seed Nutmegs, whole Turmeric Powder Cloves, whole Mustard, powdered Sassafras Bark Bay Leaves Ginger, whole or powdered "Alum,- hmip or-powder GET YOUR NEEDS WHILE OUR STOCK IS FULL .usby & Giossi V PIN€APPL€ each49C Red Malagna GRAPES Sweet Potatoes 3 APPLES ORANGES '"S ... CABBAGE. CARROTS 2 Large Basket Plums 3 2! .491 . . 5l 15 ,,, ES-Can Them Now Miami Beach, Fla., Aug. 10— S-Sgt. Jacob F. Leisl, 27, Ottosen, la., has relumed from service outside the continental United Stales and now is being processed through the army air forces redislribulion slalion No. 2 here, where his next assignment will be determined. This is one of the redistribution stalions within the AAF personnel distribution command. Al such stations AAF returnees from theaters of operation are examined by specially selected medical and classification officers whose joint findings are used in recommending new assignments. The object is designation of each man lo duty for which he is best fitted. The returnees Jive at a slalion under condition thai encourage natural response to processing, though the grealer part of their two- week stay is devoted lo rest and recreation. AAF personnel, enlisted men and officers alike, are assigned to a redislribulion slalion upon return to the United Stales, but do not report, lo the station till j first completing a furlough or leave of three weeks. I Staff Sergeant Leist, a B-25 i Mitchell ehgineer-gunner, flew 56 missions in one year in the ' European and Mediterranean the- I alers of war and was awarded Ihe air medal. He is tlip HIP .son n.C .T.-il.-i. | -, i SEE US FOR HARDWARE Fruit Jar Lifters Jar Wrenches -I5c Jar Funnels |£Q Tin Cans, Pint and Quart Size 6", 8", 10" and 12" Crescent Wrenches All sizes of Box End and End Wrenches Pressure Stock Sprayers $2,95 22 Gallon Garbage Cans $2,35 Flashlights 5^35 lo Quart Preserving Kettles * $1.30 Pittsburgh, Barnhide and Sunproof Outside Paints Pure Linseed Oil Rotary Hog Feeders $26,50 Hog Waterers JS.QQ to J2|,00 Kohlhaas Hardware Broken Slices, Sliced Bacon Asst. Cold Meats Ib. . Butternut as- as: HILLS BROS. COFFEE l-LB. JAR 29c i SODA CRACKERS 25c POST TOASTIES 11-02. PKGS. 15c for BROOKS CATSUP 19c VAN CAMP'S MILK 3 cans . . . 25C SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER l-LB. JAR No. 2 DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE, OR V-8 COCKTAIL Kitchen Pride Consumer SOS PADS .. 13c FRU(T JARS PTS.... 49c QTS. 59c OYSTER SHELLS MAGIC WASHER LARGE BOX 23c STOCKSALT 100-LB. BAG 79c VANISH !9c CONSUMER'S

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