Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1944 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, si cl EVENT BY THE RURAL CLUB A REAL SUCCESS By Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. Ottosen. Sept. 12—One of the biggest and best flower shows the Rural club has ever held took place at the high school gymnasium Friday. There were entries from nearby towns as well as from Ottosen, and seome unusual exhibits were made, including a speciman of Tuberous-Bagonia, a rare flower usually found only in greenhouses. There were dahlias which were outstanding because of their size, and u buttercup squash was a novelty in a vegetable class. There were many beautiful hand-made-pieces in .a fancy work division. One outstanding piece was a bed size Afghan beautiful in color, also in quality of work. There were many lovely hand made quilts, children's clothes, hand-crocheted tablecloths, and miscellaneous articles. Table of Produce. A table of produce from Victory gardens and of farm products featured milk, steaks, pork chops, hickory nuts, Chinese cabbage, walnuts, wool, and many other items. Mrs. Joseph Lietl prepared this table, and it had 87 exhibits. She was awarded a red, white, and blue ribbon. All the products on the table were grown around Oltosen. : A plant and bulb sale, also a tea were held to help defray expenses and aid in the work of the club during the coming year. The Humboldt county agent, Ole Carlson, judged the grain, and Mrs. Philip Bair, president of the Humboldt Garden club, judged the flowers, fruit, and spann,' ten ears; -.Blocks, -Wattsori Struthers, ten ears; Pfister's, Jos. Anlikcr, ten ears. Other .grain— Richland Soybeans, W. H. Wehr- spann; Boone oats, Ralph Cooper; buckwheat, Morgan Hagen; mil- lett, Robert Spiech. Altogether 230 persons visited the show. SCHOOL CLASSES, LED YARD, HAVE NAMED OFFICERS Ledyard, Sept. 12—The local consolidated School classes have elected officers: 12th grade—President, James Reece; vice, John Donte; secretary-treasurer, Geraldino Asche. Sponsor is Supt. .Brauwer; student council member, Thomas Garry. llth Grade—President, Omar Reece; vice, Betty Jorgenson; secretary, Marion Stenzel; treasurer, Vernon Darnell. Sponsor is Mrs. McCoy;' S. C. member, Stella Feye. 10th grade—President, Harold Troff; vice, Doris Estle; secretary-treasurer', Patricia Farrow. Sponsor is Miss Hosack; member, Geralcline Sullivan. 9th Grade—President, Leonard Beenken; vice, Lee Hardt; secretary-treasurer, Nordeen Strand* Sponsors are Mrs. Brauwer and Miss Cody; S. C. member, Audrey Farrow. 8th Grade —'President, -Rita Garry; vice, Marian Klinksiek; secretary-treasurer, Ruth Garry. Sponsor is Mrs. Bfauwer. 7th Grades-President, -Don Lloyd; vice, Wayne .'Jorgenson; secretary-treasurer, Leon Farrow. Sponsor is Miss Cody. . Five Children Baptised— Children baptised recently at; vegetables. Mrs. Howe and Mrs. i the parsonage of the Ev. &.-Ref; - - ~ - church here, the: Rev. E. P. Nuss, pastor, officiating, have been; Paula Elaine, daughter of ' Cpl. 1 and Mrs. Raymond Worden; .Steven, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Er- er entries, 99 of fruit and vege-: vin Johnson; Wayne Kent, son'of tables, four artistic arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knoner. Two in vegetables, and 45 entries in others'were baptised at. Sunday Dennis Capesius, Rolfe, judged the fancywork. Scores of Flowers. i Altogether there were 168 flow- gram. Blue ribbon winners classes were as follows: in the church services: Larry Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Runks- meier, and Wallace Carl, son of LAKOTA BOY IN JAP HOT SPOT HAS WASH DAY Lakota, Sept. 11—"I washed another suit of suntans [probably a 'shorts' outfit], two hankies, and two towels this morning. I have all my clothes clean nowi This afternoon I am going swimming." Thus Sgt. Mcrwin OlthofE wrote his parents here,'Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Olthoff, from Now G nine a, the great i s 1 a n d north of Australia, under the date of August 17. The sergeant's fellow soldiers were off "on a little hike," but he was temporarily off duty because he had stood guard the night before. The young man was inducted early in January, 1942, and was first sent to Gamp Roberts, Calif., for 13 weeks of training, then direct to Australia, and from there later to New Guinea, where he has seen real action arid lots of it. He was promoted to sergeant there. When he wrote he was in a rest camp. He has never had a furlough. Before induction Merwin helped his father on the farm. He has a : brother Harold at home and two married sisters, Mrs. Arnold Becker, who lives with her parents, and Mi's. Roy Becker, both near Lakota. Merwin. gets the Advance, and he said it was 'swell' to keep up on the news from home while half way around the world. * Four Kossuth Boys at Camp in Texas Camp Wolters, Tex., Sept. 8— Dwight Edw. Bruns, son of Mr. and Mrs'Henry E. Bruns, Algona, John W. Schmidt, Lu Verne, son of Mrs. Emma:B. Schmidt, Wade Duane ; Black, Burt, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Cleo Black, and Delton Alexander Krause, Lone Rock, South line of said Section Twenty-two '(22), ' three'fourths (%) mile. The Iowa State Commerce! Commission fixed the /Tentli (10th) day of •October, 1944, at ten (10)- o'clock a. m., in its office at Des 'Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be in writing and filed in triplicate with this Commission at least five (5) days before dale of hearing. The Iowa State-Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to act for it. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION B. M. Richardson, Chairman! David B. Long, Commissioner. Carl W. Reed, Commissioner. ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, September 8, 1944. . E-6134 1-2 Cosmas, Mrs. Jack Crane; bas- Mr. and Mrs. John Kramers- kets, Mrs. Ralph Cooper; nasturtiums, Mrs. Ralph Richards; Buffet, Mrs. George Struthers; mari- meier. The local Youth Evangelical and Reformed Fellowship will Christmas Boxes Planned The local United Service en met at the school building Friday afternoon and had a work session. Plans and preparations are being made for Christmas' boxes to send to Ledyard boys in service. Donations of sugar for this, purpose can be left at any of the Ledyard grocery stores. The women will also ask cash donations. gold, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark; i hold a September social meeting porch, Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler; -hv- m the church basement next ing room, Mrs. George Struthers; Monday night, zinnias, Mrs. Ralph Richards; asters, Mrs. George Struthers; snapdragons, Mrs. Jack Crane; centerpiece, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark; bowls and vases, Mrs. H. Thorsen; "White in White," Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark; mixed bouquets, Mrs. Ted Underberg. Many More Exhibits. Winter, Mrs. Anna Purely; Mums, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark; church, Mrs. Edw. Zinnel; gladioli, Mrs. Jack Crane; miniature, Mrs. Jack Crane; specimen, Dr. P. O. Dorweiler; novelty, Mrs. Herman Kramer; petunias, Mrs. Arthur Lovig; house plants, Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann; dahlias, Mrs. Herman Kramer; carrots, Le Roy Jacobson; cabbage, Mrs. Mike Coyle; onions, Mrs. Caroline Telford; eggplant, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark. Cucumbers, Mrs. Ralph Cooper; popcorn, Mrs. C. N. Welter; radishes, Mrs. C. N. Welter; sweet corn, Eugene Hofius; potatoes, Mrs. C. N. Welter; turnips, Mrs, John Coyle; edible soybeans, Mrs. Leonard; lima beans, Mrs. Leon- son of Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Walter have arrived at this ard; peas, Mrs. strawberries, Mrs. John Coyle; Charlie Wel- Patients "Home From Hospital— Mrs., Kenneth Busch and her son Tommy were •• brought home from the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday. Mrs. Busch's sister, Mrs. Roger Colthurst, Ainsworth, had come Saturday to help Mrs. Busch. camp to begin basic training as infantrymen. Bruns arid Schmidt have been assigned to a battalion stressing'heavy weapons and the other two to a battalion stressing the rifle. Wesleyan Suffers Unusual Accident Wesley, Sept. 12 — Kenneth Donovan, who suffered a painful IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND. FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY. 'In Equity No. 16784. Elizabeth H. Kaiser, a widow; August C. Kaiser and Oltie' Kaiser, husband and wife: Anna M. Dales and John Dales, wife and husband; May K. Boomer, a widow; Lena C. Randall, a widow; Harry L. Kaiser arid Lucia C. Kaiser, husband and wife; Oscar W. Hoberg, as Administrator De Bonis Non with the will annexed of the Estate of Anna Kaiser, deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. . • Lisetta J. Hartcnbower and George W. Hartenbower, wife and husband; Luella B. McFadden, a divorced woman, not again married; John Francis McFadden, single; Carolyn McFadden, single; . Charlotte A. Erlenborn, a widow; ed woman,:not again mar- tied; - JohnrFrancis'McFadden, single; Carolyn McFa'dden, single; . Charlotte AjErlenborn, a widow; . " . Thomas J. Forburger and Mary! Forburger, husband and wife; and, 'Rudolph Larson and Zelma Larson, husband-arid .wife. 'You arid ea'ch of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in'the office of the Clerk-of the District • Court of ! Kossuth County, Iqwa, the petition of the plaintiffs-, above named, which petition alleges in substance as follows:.. ; That defendants, Thomas J. Forburger arid Mary Forburger, and Rudolph Larson and Zelma Larson arc tenants in occupancy of the lands hereinafter described and have no other or further interest therein. That the 6thei* parties hereto, plaintiffsvand'. defendants are the owners of the following two tracts of real estate situated in Kossuth County, Iowa: TRACT I.— The South Half (SM>) of Section Three (3) in 'Township Ninety-six (96) North,-Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th i P. M., Kossulh Coun-i ty, Iowa, excepting there- from a tract described as follows: 'Commencing at the Southwest (SW) -corner of said Section Three' (3); thence running North 208.72 feet;.thence:East 208.72 feet; thence south.208.72 feet and thence West 208.72 'feet <to point • of beginning, contain-: ing• one (1) acre for -school house purposes, .and, TRACT •II.— ' ••'•.The .'.East Half (E%) of Section 'Five (5) .in .Township Ninetysix (96);North,'Range Twen-i 1 ty-seven :(27) West of'the 5th P. M., Kossuth .County, -. <Iowa, ,,. 1 ' That said lands, are free ; of in-j cumbrances "except current • taxes and liens upon individual shares; 'That the interests-'of the parties! lee simple absolute. 4. 'May k.'Boomef ( an'.undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in. fee simple'abs61ute. .5, :Lena'C..Randall, -an<undivided one'seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute. G. Luella B. Kaiser McFadden (formerly Luella B. Kaiser) an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest, for the term of her natural life with remainder to her child or children who survive her and-in the event that none of her children survives her, then to Harry L. Kaiser, August Ci Kaiser, Anna M. Dales, ^Lis- 1 etta J. Harlenbower, May-K; Boomer, and Lena C. Randall, share and share alike in fee simple absolute. i 7. Lisetta J. 'Hartenbower, an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest subject, however, to liens hereinafter found, determined and established, in fee simple and 'absolute. That the above interest of Lisetta J. Hartenbower is subject to a first lien in favor of the estate of Anna Kaiser, deceased, for an indebtedness to said estate now in> the sum of $6,267.47 as of July 1, : 1944, with interest from said date at 5% arid further subject to the lien of a judgment now owh- ^^THURSDAY. RE' Thomas :J. Forburger and Mary | plaintiffs-arid defendants/in said Forburger, husband wife; and, Rudolph Larson and Zelma Larson, husband and wife, Defendants. ORIGINAL NOTICE TO THE DEFENDANTS: Lisetta J. Hartenbower /and George W. " Hartenbower; wife and husband; Luella B. McFadden, a divorc- reaL estate-are undivided arid-.are as follows: 1. 'Elizabeth :H. Kaiser, an undivided one seventh (1/7) in-j terest in fee-simple abs'olute! 2. August C.-Kaiser, an undivided, one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute, 3. Anna M. Dales, an undivided one seventh'(1/7) interest in ed by defendant, Charlotte Erlenborn in the amount $6,482.50 and interest at-6/0 from September 25, 1939. That the above-.named several owners are unable to .••agree among themselves upon a suitable arid proper division of-said land and the petition • asks i partition and sale'thereof and distribution of'the net proceeds of sale after . payment of costs arid ^ expenses. 'For 'particulars see said petition on file. .And you and each of you are further notified' to appear before the above named court at the court'house in •Algona, 'Kossuth county, 'Iowa, within twenty ; days : from .'and after service •• of this original notice upon you and that ; unless you so appear your default will'be entered and.judg- ment or decree will be • rendered against you for the 'relief demanded in'the petition. OSCAR W HOBERG, Masonic Temple, Peru, Illinois J. D. LOWi;, McEnroe, Bldg.,, Algona, .Iowa, Attorneys for the 51-52-1 Plaintiffs. PI!!l!IIIIII!i:!lli!!lllll[lll!l!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM receiving treatment hospital, Mason City. ha&beerv at Mercy While he was cutting weeds he lost his balance and sat on an elderberry stump, which penetrated his body several inches. He was brought home Sunday. Back io Teachers School— Phyllis Strand and Connie Garry-left Saturday .for Mankato; and are again attending a teachers' college there. New Boy for Ledyarders— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lloyd are parents of a boy born last Thursday at their home. ter; tomatoes, Mrs. John Coyle; peppers, Mrs. Roy Telford; hub- bard squash, Edw. Welter; groundcherries, Mrs. Jos. Leitl. Huckleberries Too. Huckleberries, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark; sage, Mrs. George Struthers; beets, Mrs. George Cooper; peanuts, Mrs. James Struthers; walnuts, Mrs. C. N. Welter; pumpkin, Mrs. Roy Tel-' ford; small squash, Mrs. C. N. I Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson went to Lu Verne Sunday, and attended church • there. The latter's sisters, Jennie and Lottie Mason, then accompanied the Thompsons to Corwith to be guests at the sister Mrs. J. A. Zweifel's. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Nuss drove to Belmond a few days ago to Coyle; vegetable arrangement, Mrs. Archie Struthers; dry beans, istic conference, and were accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. Elzo Joe Lietl; apples, Mrs. George Cooper. ; Blue ribbons in the children's division were: Vegetables, Jerry •Jacotason; peppers, Ralph Gatton; onions, Robert Stone; gourds, Martha Ann Usher; popcorn; Ralph Gatton; dry beans, Charles Lovig; watermelon, Peter Holt; muskmelon, Priscilla Holt; squash, Priscilla Holt; pumpkin, Robert Stone; flowers, Larry Tel-^ ford; potted plants, Donna Mae • Olaon. Fancywork and Crops. Winners in the fancywork were: pillow cases, Mrs. Roy En^ ockson; tablecloth, Mrs. Enockson; table scarf, Mrs. Roy Tel•ford; sofa pillow, Mrs. G. J. Struthers; apron, Mrs. G. I. Purdy; cut work, Mrs. Don Usher; centerpiece, Mrs. F. H. Struthers; white doiley, Mrs. Arthur Buschman, Lakota. Dyer, son Robert, Nordeen Strand, and Mrs. 'D. B. Mayer, with the latter's daughters Barbara and Peggy, were at Elmore Saturday. Bertha Solberg and-Helen Cody spent the weekend at their respective Ringsted and Seneca homes. ANOTHER BERKSHIRE HOG SALE: SPENCER NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5195 State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court September term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Christina Rosenberger, deceased, dated October 20, 1943 having b'een this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 2nd day of October, 1944, 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 ten o'clock a. m., of .the day above mentioned all 55 persons interested are hereby S notified and required to appear, ~ and show cause if any they have, S why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 6, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy, L. A. WINKEL, Algona, Iowa, Attorney. 52-1-2 A Northwestern Berkshire Show and Sale will take place at the Clay county fair grounds a week from today and tomorrow, according to an advertisement in last week's Advance. Exhibitors from five states are expected to compete for $1050 in premiums. All pigs exhibited will have been Lovig; dresser or buffet set, Mrs. farrowed since last January 1, Hannah Hanson; dresser scarf,'j and all prize-winners will be of- Mrs. Henry Lovig; colored doily, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen; baby dress, Mrs. Henry Lovig; quilt, Mrs. Donald Usher; rug, Mrs. Caroline Telford; spread, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen; Afgan, Betty Struthers; lucheon set, Mrs. Donald Usher; dish towel set, Mrs. Percy Wat- nem; wash cloths, Mrs. G. D. Struthers; novelty, Mrs. G. I. Purdy. Blue ribbon winners for grain were: Corn, DeKalb, Roy Telford, 10-ear class, Dennis Capesius, six-ear class; Pioneer, Tc.d Underberg, ten ears, Paul Wat- nem two ears; Mullins, Merle Holt, ten ears; Iowa, W. H. Wehr- fered for sale on the second day. Premiums start at $25 in six classes. A similar show and sale was held at Spencer last year. Corwith M.S.Nind Loses to Lu Verne Lu Verne, Sept. 12—The first ball game for Lu Verne and Corwith was played Friday, and the result was a 19-7 victory for Lu Verne. Dale three innings Brayton pitched and struck out eight. Clem Stripling made a 3- base hit; 'Bud' Moeding, a 2-base hit. OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the The Irvington Co-operative Light and Power Company, Algona, Iowa, in the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate, and maintain said electric transmission line over, along, and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands, to-wit: (2400 volts) Beginning at the Northwest corner of Section Eight (8), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, 'thence East on the highway on the North line of said Section Eight (8), one-half (>/>) mile. Beginning at the Southwest corner of Section Twenty-two (22), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., thence East on the highway on October 15th Deodli for your Overseas Order FR&IT CAKES now. Algona, la. ' n . Phone 43 * V More tin Ever Make A Your Nutritio, Headquarters For.« stronger Nation, your Government ,|,., r ;eiit some food from each of -the Seven lias,,. Groups every 'day. Arid A&P-is especially wn., to'sirpnly you with-these, foods .. .at n siivin^i Fresh From Nearby Farms ('til, IOWA EGGS The'Breakfast: of Champions 1'-•<)!«, fl • ' l»k(f. 1! MR. FARMER: Bring.us your:eggs—We Pay Highest ] Mickelberrys,Fancy Skinless FRANKFURTERS ... . .ih. 3! 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We have s materials for essential H maintenance, and we s can help you get the | manpower to do a skill= ful job before winter = sets in. ROOFING A leaky roof can cause irreparable damage 'to your farm machinery and stored crops. Necessary repairs should be planned now, before fall and winter. Count onius for best quality -materials. We can sell one-third of our Lni«li«r Inventory!to farmers under new rulings READY CUT : Here's sound economical housing for your chickens, hogs, pigs— already cut for you to | assemble yourself, quickly and easily. ^J • ' ji» 4* + Norton o*5on .Louisiana Fancy Yellow 10-lb.,CJj img !nl Change to really Fresh 8: O'CLOCK 3 bag 59C 2 l'lh./j| 4 ^ Itngst I C MARMALADE M 'Ann Page Pure GRAPE JAM Ann Page Finest Wheat Farina MEILO.WHEAT . . : Pekoe arid Orange Pekoe OUR OWN TEA Works Faster SUNBRITE CLEANSER Water Sofiner SOILAX CLEANSER . Mb. | •-TOILETSOAP SWEETHEART 3 cakes i BATH SIZE' A&P FOOD STORK! Riant to Lhnit Quantities Reserved. 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