Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1944 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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PAGE SIX _KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANGE.-ALGONA, IOWA Lucille Leland, Swea City, Is Married BRIDEGROOM A WAR VETERAN AGAINST JAPS Swea City, Sept. 20 —Lucille, daughter of Mrs. Elfriecla Leland, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Leland, was married last week Wednesday evening to took local war activities. Baby Swea Cityan's Namesake— Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Leland drove to Graettinger Sunday to visit Mrs. Leland's sister, Mrs. Margaret Andre, and get acquainted with a new grandniece. The babe has been named Mary for Mrs. Leland. Plans for V-Day Service— There will be a special evening service at the Baptist church when official notice has been re-, ceivcd of Allied victory in Ger_,. .... . ,. ,., .-, I many. If the notice comes be- ' Otho. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. fore „ m )he sorvico win be Keraus, Klemme. A candlelight ceremony LOTTS CREEKERS ATTEND FUNERAL OF GEO. SCHULTZ Lolls Creek, Sept. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. held that evening. place in the chapel of the First . J. J. Anderson Office Moved- Methodist church, Minneapolis, at | J. J. Anderson recently moved 7:30 p. m., in the presence of a small party of friends of the couple. The service was read by Dr. Virgil Kraft, pastor. Attendants were Berniece Braland, Armstrong, former roommate of the bride, and a Mr. Naas, employer of the bride. Mrs. Keraus wore a tan suit, with an orchid corsage and brown accessories. The bridegroom was in uniform. The couple arrived here Thursday and received congratulations from many friends. Mrs. Keraus grew up here and Edwin Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo v**' Faulstich, Mr. and Mrs. 'Herman cloor- Hinti!, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Po- tralz. Mrs. Ida Kucckcr, Martin Potralz. Mrs. Wilmcr Wichtendahl, Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel. and the Herbert Potritz family attended Ihe funeral of George Schullz last week Wednesday at St. Paul's pitched for Lolls \Creek; Long, Lone Rock, for Whittemore. Shower for Mrs. Hanna— A posl-nuplial miscellaneous shower was given Sunday after-1 noon at H. F. Mitlag's in honor of Mrs. George Hanna, nee Isabel Ohm al 500 al four lables, high was won by Mrs. Frank Schall- macker, Mrs. Carl Zumach was low, and Mrs, Delbert Hanna won WARBURTONS, OF LINCOLN TWP., ARE TO LEAVE FARM his insurance office from rooms , Lutheran church, Whittemore. over the Applequist grocery to George, a brother of Mrs. Her- rooms over the Gamble store. Mr. ; bc-rt Polratz. had been critically sick two weeks with hoarl dis-' . ease, and he died Sept. 9.. Mr., Wichlendahl Baby Baptised— and Mrs. Polralx and spent a week helping c:irc for him. and Mrs. Appclquist plan to live- in the apartment he vacated. Parly for Young People— Young people from Junior hi«h school ate un were by the Rev. and Mr derson it. a "Fun and Sins" hour last week Tuesday afternoon. The Ivan Elliots and Mrs. N"l- ' Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler Has Birthday— Relatives were at Nick Gengler's Friday evening to help Nick celebrate ?. birthday; which was the day before. Allending: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach, Ihe Wm. Rusch family, Ihe Zumachs, Whillemore; Mr. and Mrs, Otto Ruhnke, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. , ' Lakota, Sepl. 19—The J. H. Wftrburlon farm east of Lakota, comprising 76 acres, was sold last week to Milton T. Price, of >iear Swea City for $200 par acre, with Grant Dourte, Swea Cily, agent, and possession will be given March 1. Mr. Warburtpn has owned some part of this farm for more lhan 50 years. In 1913 ho sold Ihe soulh 80: acres to Garrett Nn- ber, Kamrar; and put up modern buildings on the north 80 acres where the Warburtons have since lived. The'Naber 80 acres was laler sold io Peter Koppen Jr. who with his family slill lives there Mr. and Mrs. Warburlon are undecided as to what they will do after March 1. J NEW BURT FAMILY. Burl, Sepl. 19—Cpl. and Mrs. Brasch have rcccnlly moved into an apartment at Mrs. Carrie Blossom's. Corporal Brasch is interpreter at the prison camp at Algona. NOTICE OF PROBATE OP WILL No. 5195 State of loWa, KosBUth 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 been 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, Iow,a, a? persons in notified and and show c why said in be probated n a for the last win , of said deceased Bd cd ' '«« (Seal) L ' AtfeJH •-S "s''V An ' Birthday is Celebrated- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Janet Ann, infanl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, was baptised Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church by Rev. A. F. Otto. Sponsors were lie Ellio* drove to Hampton early last week. The Gordon Bjerkc waT Vadualed 5 ' from " the' "local j ^ ab y was , in a . hospital there fol- | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr.' Edwin Gade, West Bend, and | and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs - Ecl nn Hannover, Fairville. Other Lotts Creek. Bernice Pompe, who had s ; pent Krwin Wet/el, daughter Wanda, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, daughter Velma, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buss, Mr.' a wee k with high school, then, after attending college, taught school for a time, later went to Minneapolis, where she is secretary at the Mayflower Doughnut shop. Mr 1 Keraus, who is a former linotype operator for the Swea i™- . Nellie Elliot remained for a time her mother, hernia operation. Mrs. and Mrs. Win. Boettcher, the Clara Pompe, and other" Mrs. local with the Bierkes. who live at for- Coulter. Mrs. Bjerke was merly Marguerite Elliot. The BanlisL Men's BivM-.r.rhoovl i will meet this week Thursday linotype operator tor the Swea ""*.""-••'• l ','n T <; i ""'™<^ City Herald, gave up that job to evening at 8:oO. and the- Re-v. p. join the armv, and was three L. Summers will be speaker. The years in service in the 34th divis-1 Guild will meoi. Friday, hostesses ion. He hold the Legion of ¥«• < Tcnnle McCrarv, Mrs. Ar- , .„.„. Donald Radigs. Mr. and Mrs. relatives, returned Saturday to Martin Di-cycr son Larry, and | Waterloo, where she is employed J r V T ™' S ' £ Kressm were in a bakery. Ivadel Bolte, Fair- at Mrs Clara Pompe s to help • ville also employed at Waterloo, her celebrate a birthday Friday went back with Bernice, and Mrs. OVCM1 mi/ A1 hlnl. high nriyps . n „:„:„ tTr~i.._i • _ j *i thur Farrington, Mrs. Albert; Hoi Gams of Baseball— ion. He holds the Merit combat infantry badge for performance in action with an ; -._- anti-tank infantrv squad. He Mr and Mrs. Carroll Tvle, Lo-1 Rame between Whittemore and also holds a pre'-Pearl Harbor Pan. Utnhhnvc been guests al: Lolls Creek was played on the Good Conduct medal and a Davld McGregors since a week locsl diamond Sunday her evening. At 500. High prizes I Reinie Wetzel accompanied them went o Mr. Schallin and Mrs. for a few days with Waterloo rel- Booltcher, and Herman Rcisnci• a lives The Henry Wetzels, who had | spent a week with Henry's moth. ... .... , . ,,'lcr, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, have 1 rc- An exciting 11-mnmg baseball turned to Austin, Minn., where and Mrs. Lydia Wetzel were low. before a Henry is employed at the Hormel plant. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sprong, of spenl Sunday al Elmer Pijahn s was Iransferred to the army air- Cleo is a brother of Carroll. and Edwin Wichtendahl's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hammond. The founh division of the Lu- J force. Mr. and Mrs. Keraus left Sat- urclay evening for a few days at : *' U £ ^e daughter Phyllis, drove rioar T.nkP. hut wnrp nvn^tr-rl! to Rochester Sunday. Mr. Ham- Clear Lake, but were expected i L0 m , , , , . to be back this week Wednesday ; nnond was ( n be exammed lor evening. Al the close of the spe , cta ^ s '. while Mrs. Hammond bridegroom's 30-day furlough, it; and Phylhs wcrc to havo check ' is understood he will go to a U P£ - .. ,-. .., , camp in Florida, and his wife ! Es J her Smilh. vocal music su- will return to her work at Minne-1 P crvlsor '" the Charles City , field s Jr. The Rev. A. F. Otto and his ., ... . . ,, . . . . theran Aid had a coffee party at family attended a mission-rally at Esthen-ille Sunday afternoon, Mrs Anna Dahls Saturday. a sen-e unay aerno The Lutheran young women s and Mr. Otto gave a sermon. . missionary society met Tuesday j The Edwin G . ades were Sun . evening at David Anderson s. , day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rose Moulton is spending ;g en Schmidt a few weeks at George Butter- I --- '• -- apolis. I school, spent the weekend at the Dr. Oliver Anderson, of Minnesota, visited the home folks last parental Walter G. Smith's. Olive Crossley, Ames, is visit- ] week, ing friends and relatives here. I r .., Three New Babies Here— -_. —, —- , , . i •*• '7-5 * i »\_ i ii_«o 111 i\.i i ^, ici i i v (_.~> i n_ i *.;. i Three more Swea City homes Thc C rossleys lived here for scv-' have been made happy by new j I babies recently. On Sept. 9, a' — .._.._-• . boy. Dennis Gene, was born to M.r. and Mrs. Ernest DcVary. Then on Saturday, Sept. 16, a boy, the first-born was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Simmons- meier. And last Sunday a daughter wvs born to Mr. and Mrs. Er- ncsl Swanson. At this writing (Monday) the last two babies had not yet received names. WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card, or call al house on East Elm. — Keh'JTett).'- Foster. 17(2)13tf Four to Old Settler Picnic— Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson, Supervisor Myron Johnson, and': Mrs. Anna Larson attended an I old settlers' meeting at the Methodist church there Sunday. All were at one time early day residents of that neighborhood. Mrs., P. W., Larson is secretary-treas-' iirer of the organization. ; War Chesi Drive Soon— • . .. ., Ray Smith, local chairman, announces a War Chest drive here Tuesday, Oct. 3. As in previous years, the town will be divided into eight districts to be canvassed by solicitors. Swea City's quota this year is expected to be some $700. Collections exceeding that amount will be used for YOJJH STOKE C. S. Johnson Groceries — Moats Hardware STOCK TANKS (JYLINDKHS 1'IPES AM) PARTS 'S CASH $3Q-$50-$?5-$100-$200 or More For Your Fall Expenses Prepare now and relieve financial strain with a lawrcost personal loan. Have only one small payment to meet each month instead of several. A loan plan is available for most any borrower—married or single. SPECIAL TERMS FOR FARMERS Consull us today regarding your money needs. An inquiry will not obligate you in' any way. Phil J. Kohlhaas AJgon?, Iowa. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency YES-WE EXPECT TO BE HERE TOMORROW • \XVvc all had irritating experiences in our ordinary dajly dcaljngs d, urin g wartime. There aren't many of us who haven't said at.least once about some firm or other—"Those people will never get wj business again after che war!" \Vc expect to be in. business tomorrow. In all our dealings we try to remember that yie'll need customers tomorrow, too. If any failure is our failure, we don't blame the war, w? blame //< — then we do our best to make good. Tli aj'sth<: way we expect to keep the customers we'll still need after the war SEE YOUR DEALER FOR WILLARO BATTERIES Thompson Distributing Co. Phone 134 109 So. Harlan WHEN YOU NEED A BATTERY, BUY A QUALITY BATTERY ...BUY A WILLARD FIRST in total volume of car and truck service in town after town, in state after state, in every section of America. FIRST in that deep-seated public confidence and preference which are expressed in the statement—"MORE PEOPLE GO TO CHEVROLET DEALERS FOR SERVICE THAN TO ANY OTHER DEALER ORGANIZATION." FIRST to introduce the famous wartime CAR AND TRUCK CONSERVATION PLANS to help "save the wheels that serve America." BUY MORE BONDS SPEED THE VICTORY Originator and Outstanding Leader of "CAR CONSERVATION' 1 •••••••••HBEHBBIIBHHHBHIjHi Kossuih Motor Co. Algona Iowa Folger's COFFEE 2 Lb. Jars 5Sc M6ATS 2Lbs. BROOMS 5-Sew 79c Ends Bacon 2Mb. Asst. Luncheon Meats . 27 End Cut Pork Dark SYRUP j> Gallon 29c End Cut Pork 251 sm 2 Jonathan APPLES FLOUR 3Lbs. 29c STOCK UP NOW KITCHEN 198 CONSUMERS Ui U. S. No. IfBliss Triumph POTATOES . . No. 3 Seive PEAS ('a so 2-t cans 2.89 Sunkist, large size ORANGES Doz Kieffer U. S. No. 1 PerBu, PORK AND BEANS Canning Pears . . 3.2 1 Sweet Potatoes . 4 Ibs. 29 WASH DAY NEEDS SOS SOA1» 1'ADS Crystal White SOAP . . . . . 15c 4 giant' 4 Q bars I vV Bliss Triumph Potatoes Per !5-lb,Pe 491 * " Rinso Oxydol Super Suds Duz 23c Vanish _______ ___ 19c Drano Sani Flush Kx, Largo TRUNKS ... . ^*j 33C Sunshine . Sutishiue u 1 O CKACKKJtS . I Mason , «» e 1 do/1 ' (,'KHTO J*er bottle . . • • ' IVORY SOAP Largs Bars _ _ _ 3 for 29q Medium 3 for 20c Pels Naphtha Soap, bar __5c OYSTER SHELLS 69c BLOCK SALT 49c

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