Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1944 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1944
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA YOUNG SOLDIER AND HIS BRIDE OTTOSEN GUESTS which she was a senior last year.! Tlif A ^ A I ICADkll A IWU lAUrUnNIA BOYSWILLLIVE NEAR SWEA CITY Oltoson, Aug. 22—Pvt. and , week the company received | Eight Million Pounds Lard!— j i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Raney j j have returned to their home at | Waterloo, after a visit with the ] ' former's mother, Mrs. Floj^j ' Raney. Mr. Raney is employed j by the Rath Packing Co. in 'the ; lard department. One day an for ! TO 'ENTER DRAKE U. j Drake University, Des Moines, i Aug. 21—Everett John Keith, son : of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith, Al; gona. has been added to the list. | of Algona young people who I plan to enroll at Drake this fall. He was graduated from Algona FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE trac, J STOCK CATTLE AND LIGHT j tor plow, 14-in._, No. 40. ready j hogs, to hitch on to gale. 3V with. rviN \j j.j*v**i. i | 23p50, Box 225 or phono 103. 49-52 with wall board, two . built-in FOR SALE— 1,2-A BEARCAT (GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- Hammermill with cutterhead,! nut Grove in their ration. Poor high last May, 1944, and has sent i gxiod condition; John Deere corn j pigs require more. Our ser in his application for enrollment ! binder, practically new. — Nick j is ' free. Give j_t a trial and - — ~ . . Mrs. V. \V. Malm were honorees i order from the government ut dinner Monday evening at Roy ] fl,000.000 pounds of lard. Jacobson's. The young man is in un air trnnsoort command sta- Swea City, Aug. 22—The twin | in lhc Drako college of libei . al ! Seaman Visits His Parents— sons of Verne Hawbaker, ffirmer Kossuth countv barber now in California, arrived from there by j bus one clav last week to make j arts _ practically Befte, Irvington. Our service be SOLDIER ON FURLOUGH. WANTED—FRY COOK AND: pastry cook for the Royal "400" : FOR 17p49-511 convinced. — H. S. Fain, Humi boldt. la. Phone 207-M. 25(2)5Itf tinned at Washington. D. C. The \ \eoinan 1-c. Soloman Mary-: , heir home with 1heir aunti Mrs .; s Winkie, son" of Mr. and couple were married August 7, i and, and Mrs. De Ray Lichty are Harley Hoeck. southwest of town. ; Mrs. Clair Winkie arrived today and the new Mrs. Malm is em-1 here for a visit withi the former s , Tne b ' OVSi wh(1 are abnul ]2 years! from Fort. Leonard W ' ployed at the Kirkberg jewelry ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H H. old reached Algona Sunday and for a ten-day furlough Union Twp.. Aug. 23 — Pvt. Restaurant, Fort Dodge. Steady; store at Fort Dodge. Her band is a nephew of Mrs. Jacobson. Others attending the dinner were the soldier's mother. Mrs. Helen Malm, and his sister. Mrs. Sydney Lothian, both of Palmer. hus-! L 'chty. The Lichtys and Mr., were met tnero by the H oecks.' parents Roy and Mrs. S. R. Baker spent the, They madc tho trip from califor-; nia alone. They will attend the, Seneca school this year. i Wood. Mo~, furlough with his weekend at Clear Lake. Helps ai Eagle Grove Fair— Mrs. Irvin Chapman visited at Goldfield, her old home town. Sunday, and Monday attended a Corporal Here for Visit— Guests at the Win. Former Residents in Call— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinsoth, son Terry. Mrs. James Peters, daugh- u-i Paula, and Mrs. Elliott Kin- .-c-'.h. son Roger, all of Fort Di dye. visited re'atives and ('Id 1'riends here last week. The Kin- the Win. Blomster 4-H fair at Eagle Grove, where i Jj, OI " e , this w l e j\ k arc C P L Ludwig she helped her sister. Frances . T - Nelson, of the army engineers, Kabele. chairman of the floral arrangement. , ... _ , „. , , i A,T— Corporal Nelson, who re- returned from 27 months WANTS Leaion Post Celebrating— ' The. Legion post here is cele- ' bratina its first birthday, and the i Minn. cently in Porto Rico, will leave Septem„ , ^ , ber 1 for Van Doren, Miss., for Mrs. Fetors, formerly Auxiliary is giving a banquet in further assignment. Mrs. Blom- Snirk-y Kinseth. are former Otto-• the post -- s honor .,-,. thc commun-i ster is his aunt, sen residents. They visited the Oliver Kinse'.hs. the Roy Jacobsons, and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. Mrs. Peters' husband, now on [ Johnson Leaves Verrcn School— Mrs. T. Nelson, and ' •— • his sister Irene, all of Onnsby, ! FOR SALE—ELGIN 50-FT. wind mill, $50.—Jewell M. Patterson. 9u44lf ity hall this week Friday even' ing. Boy Scouts Load Paper— A crew of Boy Scouts and their leader, Supt. A. H. Schuler, duty in ;he South Pacific, some! Supt. Johnson, of the Vernon i spent most of Monday loading iime ago met her brother Elliott Consolidated school, has accepted! salvaged paper into a truck to be 'here. • the superintendency of a consoli- j sent to Estherville. Thc collcc- j dated school near Waterloo, and Lonqselhs Have Daughter— has moved. Word nas been received here ' * WANTED—BOOKKEEPER, and office girl.—Laing & Muckey. Ull.jU SALE—4-WHEEL Trailer with box, good tires; McCor- work; top 'wages. Contact Royal j mick Deering No. 4 .prewar sep"400" Oil Company, Fort Dodge, j arator, used only 3 months; Chev- 24u50'rolet 6 power unit, ready to op•! erate elevator.—721 East Lucas. 27p50 A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, some real Berkshire fall boars, Shnrt- horn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. FOR SALE — BEDROOM, DIN- ing room, kitchen and living —Price reasonabie.Ben B. Stud'er, j room furniture, electric stove, Hi Wesley. 22(2)24tf;m. m. projector, flashograph, typewriter, radio, piano, baby LOST—BILL FOLD AT CALL buggy, crib.—Mrs. Raymond E. theater. Had identification! Borg, Swea City. 24u49-50 cards and some money. Finder please return cards and bill fold. Keep the money.—L. C, Hutchins, Algon-j. 25p50 HOME and BUSINESS property loans to purchase repair or WE WISH TO THANK OUR neighbors and other friends for the beautiful flowers and thc many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved uncle. John Whitford.— closets, mounted on hard rubber chassis. One St. Paul hydraulic 3-yard dump body with hoist.— McGuirc 323. Bros., Algona, phone 41p50 STEADY EMPLOYMENT for a man operating an established business of your own in Algona and surrounding territory is now available. Guaranteed salary and commission. Expenses 'paid, Right man will exceed $50 a week income. No investment required. For further information write or call Jewel Tea Company/ Waterloo, Iowa. 47U45-50 THUR_SDAY,_A UGUST LEGION HALL, WEDNESDAY, WEST Music by ono of ih 0 best on the road. LYNN KERNS and RHYTHM CLUB ORci FOR FEED GRINDING CALL 284W.—-Verne Bait. Algona. 9p50 that Pvt. and Mrs. Melvin Long-1 seth are parents of an 8'2-lb. 1 girl, born at the General hospital. Algona. Pvt. Longseth is in the infantry, and recently left the United States for overseas duty. The Longseths are former Ottosen residents. Mrs. Longseth no\v lives at West Bend. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, West Bend, and Mrs. Anna Longseth. Ottosen. GATHERING FOR A SOLDIER HERE FROM KENTUCKY tion. which had been stored in the school bus barn, was expected to exceed a truckload. Proceeds of the paper salvage sale go to Scout projects. Pastor's House Redecoraied— FOR SALE—RED BARN PAINT, $1.25 per gallon. — Coast to Coast Store. 12u50 FOR SALE—PRE-WAR-.stroller. —Russell Fisher, phone" 26F 121, Algona. 8p50 refinance present loan. Pay any j Mr. and Mrs. David Lynch, Lone amount any time. Long -conven- j Rock. ient terms. — Algona Federal Sav- — -- ^^^^ — r — ings and Loan Assn. u46tfFOR SALE- 1940 FORD De__________ . Luxe; 10-20 International on FOR SALE— PIANO, high grade, rubber with road gear; 1931 medium size. Will close-out at j Model-A Ford: 2 14- ft. truck S148.00 if taken at once. Cash or! boxes; 2-14 International, slat- terms. Can be seen in Algona. — ; bottom plow; 2-16 in. bottom 4 mi. Labor Day atWhittem MONDAY EVKMXO, SKI"milM-lt 1 DON'T MISS IT Everyone nhvnys has 11 good time n\ \Vlii||('in, irp DANCE — GAM KM FOR SALE—ELECTRIC i welder. Call 109 East Grove.St.—Lloyd The Rev. W. G. Bohi and his i Gregory .Algona. family returned Friday from a' week's vacation with Mrs. Bohi's parents near Spring Valley, llpoO FOR SALE—SINGER;!'-SEWING machine, drop heafl>J-J Minn. During their absence the I Phone 500 or 71. parsonage floors were refinishcd, the walls washed, and the kitch- G T RL WANTED en redecorated, and this work is Finishes Summer Term — Gertie Lou Coyle has completed a summer term at thc State housework. Good i'iiL- Advance. GENERAL wages. — UuoO Sexton. M--iy 22 — Mrs. Sarah Wise and the'Alfred Ophcims at-, . tended a family gathering at thc much appreciated by the^ohis. Henrv Phillips home. Algona. I i -1174^^ m,-, -ow-Mm iirrr r\ TT A \r' Sunday honoring Pvt. Andy i Piano Recital Announced- WAN T TO RLN1-WILD HAY i ,. Phillips, who left Monday even- : Piano -,nd voice pupils of Es- la " d , A » v amount. - Ralph ; Teachers college, and is spending ilie on return to Camp Brecken- ' ther Smith will be presented in > HuUbuil, Lone Rock. 10p50 two weeks with her parents, Mr. ; , R K ; recital at the Baptist church next! vnp <?AT F Trrmonw -enrAT~7~ ' and Mrs. Mike Coyle. before tak- ! ^ Relatives attending were i Tuesday evening at 8:15. Some 25 : ^f^lo ™re°lT?mmSee '' ing up teaching at he North Val-, Mr and Mrs Mack Wi and lhe : pup ii s will appcai .. There will be j at c h i-is enscn's Store ley independent school in A very. strother Wise family Mason no admission charge and the ^miaiiiii.in b omit, township. Miss Coyle was grad-: City . Ruth T j ebkcSi Waterloo;, public is invited. uated from the Ottosen school near Humboldt. high Breaks Arm in Accident— Nels Olson, farmer northwest of Ottosen, suffered a broken _...,. ,,. arm above the wrist Monday. He ' Phillips, son Warren, was putting his horses into the barn, when he stumbled and fell. Other Ottosen Xeus Mrs. Lee Fry, Whitehill. 111., with the children, Bud. Wayne, Donald, Lee. and Corrine. Mrs. Caroline Tclford, Ottosen. son the Herman Wise family, Renwick: the Lloyd Stevens. Maple-j ton, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Arch ! Burger. Swea City: the Walter; Pihls. Britt: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and Mrs., Mary Phillips, Woden; Mrs. El-j Ion Bird and the Kenneth Birds. Hutchins. Mrs. Andy P. Phillips did not FOR SALE—POOL TABLE. Can j be seen at 410 Lucas St., or call OtJlCl 1 S^vea City. j Paul M. Seely. 17 1 ,-: East State. Jeanne Erickson, attending j 18p50 school at the State summer Teachers college. Cedar Fulls, ! spent the weekend with hei" par- i ents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Erick- j son. • • Jack Gilles has returned from ' Quincy, 111., where he was called j return to Kentucky with her hus- by the 'critical illness of a sister, band. Reunion Honors Three Soldiers—, Mr. pnd Mrs. B. E. Sanders at- • Lawrence, the Edw. Von Banks, j tended a-vfamily reunion at an Rolfc, and the Bert Gravinishes, ; Emmetsburg park Sunday in! Cherokee, were Sunday dinner j honor of the Glen Sanders, Mai-i guests at Roy Telford's. Wayne \ lard, three sons: Pfc. Robert H., I and Lee Fry remained for the: just returned from 18 months in 1 week. ! Africa and Italy, and the twins, : Mr. rind Mrs. L. J. Bremsen, of Jay and James, who were in- • Ottosen. Mrs. Paul Nielsen, Mr.' ducted into the army early last [ and Mrs. Albert Hermcnson, son ! week at Fort. Snelling. Another : Arlen, all of Rolfe, were recent'son. M.-Sgt. Paul E. Sanders, of; dinner guests at Niels Nielsen's, i the air corps, has been in ser\ ice Rutland. _' four yeirs, and is now in Italy. The Clyde Bavenders, Emmets-'| burg, socnt the weekend at the Gabrielsons Entertain Guests— Chester Almc's. Mr. Bavender! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Iverson, formerly operated the Quaker 1 two children, with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Heckel. Mrs. Heckel later rallied. | . Rystad is Mr. Hesla's brother. | V/ANTED — ALL KINDS FOR SALE—1930 CHEVROLET truck in good condition.—Sell reasonable.—John L. Studer. Ilu50. NINE STRAYED HOGS AT MY ! place. Owner must pay for damage and adv.—A. C. Bernau. 9p50 ; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hesla, Or- guests j Mrs. FOUR GROUP PICN AT EMM holse""-?' Foster b osl "- Mail a card or tion will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf| LOST—THREE SCREENS FOR; portable hammermill.—Finder i !phone 2H4-W.—Verne Batl, Al-l gona. 12p50J i FOR SALE—DUROC SOWS and '< Four Corners. Aug. 22—A fain- gilts for September farrow.— i ily picnic dinner was served at | John F. Weber, Irvington, phone! ' ~-- • * . • -- - pSQ Harley E. Hanson, Write to Critchett 31p50; south, 1 west of Sexton. 41p50-51 pany. Des Moines, Iowa. SALE STARTS TOMORRO During Gamble's Managers' Sale we bring you money saving barg; throughout our store. Super buys on rare hard-to-gel articles. is just a sample! 17(2)13tf Lloyd Swenson and a son, all of : \ h , c Emmetsburg park last week j 15F22, Algona. Oats elevator here. Mrs. Henry Lovig. daughter ; Ellsworth, were Sunday dinner - TOUAT TIT^C-DIP Barbara, Mrs. Chester Alrne, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ga-' Mrs - Lester Mitchell, of Chicago, | 1'OR SALE—JOHN DEERE pow- Wednesday in honor of Mr. and, daughter Shirley, and Lois Jacob-: brielson. and that afternoon the ; and attending were Mrs. Jessie son were Monday callers at Fort Walter Borgesons, Ellsworth, who ! M ilcholl, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Har- nodge. had been vacationing at Clear . lan - son Ronald,-the Edward Lar- Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and her Luke, were supper guests of the i sons ' the Arle Dimmers, and the er corn binder. One one-piece stave, Patterson, Burt. down.—Charles 18poO son Knut Jr. spent a few days! Gabrielsons. last week at the former's grandmother. Mrs. Cora Bacon's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and Dinner Honors a Soldier Pvt. and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips,,' with the former's parents. Mr. • Mrs. Mayme Hofius, all of Al- and Mrs. Henry Phillips, all of' gona, were Sunday visitors at the Algona, and Andy's sisters, Mrs. Quenten Bjuslroms. The men attended a sale in the afternoon, and the women shopped. Eugene Hofius home. Thc Berndt Bergs. James Garner, : Doris, lately came to visit the Joseph guests of his Leitls. Mrs. Berg was formerly Sarah Wise. Mary Leitl. : *• , Mrs. Noble Daughter Sick— Mrs. Drusilla Noble went Rich Sisters at Home— | Phyllis Rich, cadet nurse at j Mercy hospital: 1 Des Moines, is j Stebbins, Florence, "and' having a two weeks vacation ; Monday dinner ; w', th .. h ? r J? a , rcnt ; s ; Mr ' and were Mrs. OLD HOME TOWN BOY TALKS FOR IJJ VERNE FOLKS grandmother, Mrs. to : Mary Joyce Rich Edward Hich. also came for a few days, and ' supper was served Sunday evening in honor of her birthday. Attending: Mrs. Minnie Wilson, of Mason City Sunday to call on her ; Whitlemore, sons Vincent and daughter Mrs. Martin Hinders, of Corwin, and the Mrs. Morton Britt. patient at Mercy hospital, j Christensens. Mary Joyce was "20 on the 20th." Iris and Jim- SMALL KIMBALL PIANO, like new. Fully gu&ranteed and priced to sell.—Write Armstrong Pbno Co., Spencer, Iowa. 17p 0 FOR SALE—MOHAIR DAVEN- port and chair, 1st class.condi- tion.—Sam Kaufman Upholstery Shop, next door south Iowa Thc- tw. I6p50 llr H Oilier Sexton mic Lowman, Fenton, were at Bonnie June Wise, Mason City, tn e Rich home Sunday. is spending two weeks wKh ' Grandmother Sarah Wise and other local relatives. Kalhryn Kirschbaum spent jnday at Clear Lake with girl T neer of Lu Verne, died at Spo- j kane, Wash., Aug. 12 of a blood infection, according to a letter j from Mrs. Eggerth received by | Mrs. F. G. Hagist Saturday. The | families were neighbors when the ! Hagists lived at Spokane. Homer j was born here and was some 48 i years old. His eldest son Arnold, j a graduate from the Michigan j state university is now an M. D. at Boston.' His sister Elsie : is married, lives at Seattle, and : and Mrs.'G'. R. Sjogren who has IT'S A SMALL OLD WORLD, 2 SOLDIERS FIND Dick Sjogren. elder son of Mr. FOR SALE Anderson, Verne, phone 2509. 10 EWES. — Emil '-j miles east of Lu 12p50-51 FOR SALE— 1 JOHN DEERE side-delivery rake, 1 McCormick-Deoring hay loader, 1 McCormick-Deering hand corn sheller.— C. E. De-trick, phone 5F4, Algona. 21p50 lias two sons in service. Carmen lives at Spokane. Ex-Farmer Here Dead— been in service 18 months and when last heard from wus with the U. S. paratroopers in Italy. NOTICE OF. PROBATE OF WILL No. 5186. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, 1044. To All Whom It May Concern: You arc hereby notified, that an instrument of writing pur- norting to be the last Will and ; though he is not a paratrooper I Testament of Anna Anna Murray got home Thurs- : himself, had an experience re- day from Gladstone, Mich..where she spent the greater part of a summer vacation at her brother cently. While he was on a street in Rome he heard a voice say "Hello," and on turning round Kollner, deceased, dated May 1. 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read. Tu:-.--;iav. the 5th clay of September. -!M-!. is fixed for hearing pi KERNELS"' ' U> * od can plant hy- that not pnly to'p yields rjnsl up, hut also give you the kernel type thot rfleans more meat per bifsJvol. Investigate,', " Hybrid Corn Has Been Im the benefits of corn breeding Md fsa pr S od"«' 1 from lhe new "converged" inbred lines. Lowe Seed Co., Aroma Pork, 111. oi same at the Court Housi; in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of Charles Murray's. En route home ; discovered Junior Wray, his best she visited a sister, Mrs. Clayton . pal from Algona. Pulton. Alexandria, Minn. Miss i' The boys were schoolmates and Murray learned that W. J. Pat-; closest friends always. Junior's j sa id County, or the Clerk of said ton died u year ago at a convales- father operated the DX oil sta-! Court; and at ten o'clock ». m. of tion across the street from the ' home and suburban cent home at Sioux Falls, and was buried beside his wife at Al- Sjogren exandria. He was a farmer here i store, some 40 years ago. Dick wrote home so stunned he that he was Visits Paralysis Granddaughter— speak. The two boys sat down Mrs. I. H. Benedict got home' beside the old Colisseum and Monday from Must-aline, where j wailed for a bus to lake them to .she spent ten days at her daugh- \ Dick's camp, seven miles from ler Mrs. Emil Meyer's. She called . Rome. Then ihey spent the night on her granddaughter. Carol! together. > f\ the Keeney j Young Wray was stationed in tho day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, could scarcely | why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last V/iil and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August M eyer, patient 8, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE. Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, alysis a year ago. Carol seems to I days' leave und had" made use of I Deputy, be gaining now and hopes to re-1 (hem to visit the historic Roman I E. J. VAN NESS, Algona, t-att-r thu Muscatine schools, in I capital. Attorney. 48-50 Cottage. Des Moines, who suf- ' (he extreme south part of Italy, tered an attack of inantile par-1 but he had been given several Onlcr UMVK IMIMtOVKD IIYKKII) S K K I> COKN I 1 ! (»ia DUAL Kits UK LOW. K. T. LARSON, Node K. A. <JU)KIUA\, C. \V. UKNSKIN, Wi'sk-y .UOKTKNSON, I'KOl). S\vcii City A. X. 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