Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1944 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1944
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HURCH UP WILL AID HANS HOME Nov $—At the Bcth- * n chiir:h next Sunday wMI be Sunday school at 10 wth worsiip services at Ian worsliP slices will M at the parsonage at 10 a. Mo p. m. the Youth .Fel- it <-°".., v u.,iLi a , devotional Arlowe fi -t"* 0 Kt Mr; The fwhite Gift the Worn- meet in the Mrs. Edw. 'Fred Ploeger women are to Ihristmas pack. i t_ t_ i._ M tarn Mr. ^dist service 1:15 a. m., S worship service, xt Sunday sub-distri 1 III nte win. "••" 1 a.', the orphans home to this The nnual business vill be field. Thanksglvi g day the Roy. jlrs Nuss were dinner guests e Knonefs a. d supper guests Herman Runksmeiers The school children will be- arsal of their Christmas next Sunday at 2 p. m. 1st Womei to Elect— Cass announces s every Sunday: nday school; at nere will be a t iUD-uiom t meeting at Wl Lake, aid persons here • m g to attenl are to meet at Cass horn; at 2:15. Every Jay at 8 p. in. there is prayer ing and Bi)lc study at- the ss home. •t week there will be a ' meeting it the church for Ibers only for election of offi- for Mrs .. at Mrs. Iday for Mr i of Herbert Trenary— — KOSSUT1I COUNTY ADVANCID,.ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THREfc w'~ [r , , Sames this season at Wosl liond Friday evening, and Kirls' game was tied, 23-28, CnarJoUe Jacobson high scorer, •ini! girls are coached by Edith! bar-lolls. The boys lost 34-7. Roy Miockson is coach. Thc noxt games will be played here Dec. 1 against West Bend. Long, Long Ago News Now Since Harry Holmes Came DiHcovqry, in a single scaled room ot a factory near Berlin, of 20 times tho'-mimbef' 6f parts of machine guns that the Treaty of Versailles authorized all Germany to possess, was the climax of a series of revelations that the Ileich IB arming which caused France and Great IT. JOHN MASON &&QU/A/ WAS miscellaneous shower was H. R. Trenary's Faith Trenary, denary Jr. She ..., (gifts, which she lunch. A mock wed- was part of the entertain- J Wounded in Accident— Ick Lynch recently suffered a Iful accidenj when an oil bar-, |e was moving at his gas sta- i IN SC06LITTI,0(;RMENFED THEIR CHOCOLATE RATIONS TO THIN, GMTERM. CHILDREN... -SEXTON Mrs. Pearl Bcukema and her t..;,u«hl(!i- Mrs. Se.Uy Thomasson ru-enlly called on Mrs. Arthur Bl/iekwenn, Fenton, patient at an Kmmctsburg hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley ' nrltaln to rei\ine to evacuate the Mrs. Naomi DeWilde, and the i Co '°Sne bridgehead on January 10, i letter's daughter Constance Joy, as called, for In the treaty. j returned to Mason City SundayM " . * '* * after the Thanksgiving weekend' Samuel Ooinpers, 75, founder nncl I ft the B. E. Sanders home. i ' 13 tim es president o£ the American j Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis went Fcdo ™ ll °n o£ Labor, died in San ; to Iowa Cily Sunday, and Mrs. Ant - or > i( i> '-Tex., 11 hours after nrriv- ; Bcmis was to go through the ' lng rrom Mexico. William Green, clinic at the university hospital. ' secretary-treasurer of the United 1 The M. C. Gabrielsons, Web-1 MillR Wor He.rs, was named his suc- ! sler City, Gaynell Gabrielson,! cflssor b y the Federation's execu- 1 Ames, the Donald Gabrielsons, j Uvo council. i Mason City, and the Julius I * * * ; Hengs, Clear Lake, were dinner ' Poisonous bootleg liquor took a i guests Sunday at Glenn Gabriel- ' heavy toll throughout the nation in ] son's. December, thirty-eight being re- At Harold Hunt's for .Thanks- P° rtc(I d °ad in New York alone, ! giving were Mrs. Hunt's brother | with scores oC others taken to hos- • and his family, Sherwood, S. D., P'tals in serious condition. Adolph. Hitler, serving sentence , and a brother from Chicago. The Everett Stevens attended church at Lu Verne Sunday and' in a Ravarian Prison for his "raths- I were dinner guests of Mrs. Stev- i l!e " or putsch" in Munich, in Novem- I en's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert P 01 "- ]fl23 ' was ordered released in j Genrich. The Stevens spent Sun-! an amnesty decree by the German | clay al the daughter Mrs. Evart' j Hodgin's, Greenville. The W. S. C. S. served lunch al Ihe Bryan Asa farm sale Monday. JOHN MASON 0RLOWg, LT. USNR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona, and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips, Burt, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Sarah Wise. i Harold Hunt was reported sick old Wehrspann, Otto Ruhne, John \ Wm. Sittler. near Humboldl. The! ^Mrs!" B^ Inlanders will be bchallm, Ernest Luedike, Wm.; next meeting will be at the Pros-1 hostess to the W S C S next Oeurge _WmkeI, also , byterian church Dec. 15. i week Thursday. government. Thirty years ago T. H. (Harry) i tho n ashcr) i3nd Mr . Neilson cut holmes came to Algona ° n .hen operated by A. H. Neilson n thc building now used by the 3justrom furniture store. On November 26, 1914, Mr. Holmes Dpencd with a force of only two, himself and a helper, and the first day the only business was cleaning two pairs of pants. At that time gasoline was the cleaning fluid, the cleaning was done with a hand machine, and thc garments were hung on a clothes line to dry. Soiled gasoline was settled in five-gallon lard cans and reused. In 1918 Mr. Holmes bought a tumbler and a DeLaval separator to clean the solvent with, but the plant today has a still for cleaning solvent and has other equally modern equipment. Mr. Holmes says the Modern Dry Cleaners had the first outside electric flash sign in town, and it was the best sign he has ever had. It was the work of Harry McMurray, Bert Grinnell, and Alex Neilson. Mr. McMurray made the box to put the bulbs in, and put it up, Bert Grinnell wired it and supplied and thc glass and painled ]eUers> Thc firm name a letter al a time and repealed. In 1940 Mr. Holmes sold a half interesl in his business lo D. G. Clopton, and in 1941 the plant was moved to the new Holmes building on S. Harlan street. The firm has eight employes now and maintains both city and country delivery. * * . If you can't get U in a store • . let a Want Ad find it for you . LOTTS CREEK The Richard Potratzes, Whitte- morc, Martin Potratz, and the Wilmer Wichtendahls wore Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Polratz. Mrs. Clara Pompe has been at Martin Dreyer'r, Burt, helping care for Mrs. Dreyer and the new daughter Janice Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach e:i- lerlained at family dinner Thanksgiving in honor of fheir son Clarence. The Hugo Mitlags, Truesdale, spent the weekend with Hugo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag. Mrs. John Scobba has been visiting relatives at Emmelsburg. FUR! FUR! Top Market Prices Paid for Mink, Muskrais, Jtcd Foxes, and Skunk Joe Greenberg riione 118 11-15 George Warriar spenl Ihe weekend at his nephew Paul Warriar's: -Waterloo. Mary Winkcl and Pompe. Mrs. OTTOSEN k>ta, i Boys Are) he twin so Martha ' Where They Spent Thanksgiving ; _ , _, , . . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius,' Guests for Thanksgiving— i Mrs. Alf Lee, and the killer's son Ihe Polral/es entertained at Terry were at Mrs. Cora Bacon's, dinner Thanksgiving evening, Algona, for Thanksgiving; Mrs.! Tnt . p av HolK , n ,i Q pwnrf ] ; and attending were_Ferdie Ma, Bertha Oppedahl, Ions Harold' Ho u, Cl£r Zake! S D. DANCES at tag| spent the wound. Baptised s of Mr. and Mrs ncroft chV'Ataskn, X Rfcharf 1"! d"h'l Sllul^ *OsV-X I ™ d V ^ ^°"^ '«**& HoltV SJ %| 11 % I V I I '.zcs, and Mrs. Bertha Bohnkc, • pedahl's; Edith Barlels, at Ruy ; Fllsworth Saluday The' Loran ' ittemore theWilmer Wichlcn-, Jacobson's; the Henry Lovigs, at' Daniels family spent Friday to! Friday, Dec. 1—TillV Litt!.> clahls the Herbert Polratxcs, Do- D. E Young's, Roife; Peler Holt, J Sunday with Loran's mother at Tuesday, Dec 5—The Golden Ions Potral/, Al Fred Meyer's daughter Margaret, at the Loran Boonef Tho Lloyd Elstons, and , "*' ° " ence PWel were bap Used day, and Ada Randall, Mason Cily, Mrs.N.A. nas Gif: .S.W |and mailirjg dyard b I in the SUtes. the grandmother, Pingel were spon- ; Mailed— has finished pack- Christmas iboxes ys and girls in ser- Lodyanl News. rom hero ,'ttending the D. A. f funeral Sunday at the Swea ' Baptist church were Mrs. 'rude Weir.er, Mrs. Ben May- nd Denni: Smith! i Schneiders, Alii Haag, St. Paul, ving •'"t> at the ill lilt. Jfaag s. Ruth went N Willia and Ru i Thanksg ntal Cyril : Sunday. |ie Herberj Gangstees, of El- were Thanksgiving guests F. Zielske's. The Clayton pros entertained Everett and p Hartshorn. p. John Bishop has returned home at Exira after" a . at her brother D. B. May- ke Albert I Collins family has [ned to Chicago after a week " parental William Green's. Ada Randall has been |ng al her daughter Mrs, 'ence Pingel's. for Thanksgi were Mr. and the Fred Bocllchcrs, Mrs. Lydia V/allace, and her children, of Fenton. evening dinner j Daniels home. Herman Hint::, Girls Tied, Boys Lose— The basketball teams Seaman Goes to Capital— Ferdic Mittag, U. S. N., left Saturday' evening for Washington, D. C., to attend a navy school six or eight weeks. He was to visit a few days at hij brother Everett's, Cherry Point, S. C. Kv- eretl, in the Marines, hadn't seen Ferdic in 2Vi years. Turkey Dinner Served— Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potralx entertained al lurkey dinner Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Browning, Forcsl Cily, thc Louis Scheppmanns, Irvinglon, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, the Fritz Meyers, and Martin Po- trats;. played son Lt. Ellon Elston, and Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Algona, were last week Wednesday callers at i, Ihe Eugene Hofius home. Aces Fridny, Dec. S— Chuck Mali je Richard It family Zielskes entertain- Thanksgiving din|e E. E. Winers i at Redding. spent the -*DREYERS. LOTTS CREEK, 35 YEARS WED In C; rocl i' Nov - 29—Mr. and l«obt. D -eyer entertained at Sundaj 35th _ - alto •Hemy i f, and t; Min ' »mi.; Mr. and Mrs. • s Adaris, the Lloyd Stein- tnc Charles Geilenfelds, ard Lundberrys, all _. the |he How igona; , P. Burt, •chmidt «rs. Ca i S th Im Dre Kelvin evening in honor wedding annivera- id-.ng were the Carl 'roycrs, Mrs. Rose e Otto Oldenburgs, ' ' Mr. and Mrs , £ Herman and A)f- whittemore; Martin son Larry; Mr. and Osage; Rose , Mr. x and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Al- all of Fenton; Mr. l Zumach, Mr.- and , . , the William Fred' Liebs, the ers, Mr. and Mrs. , . . Mrs. Dora Laabs, ch - At 500 H. < Sc haUin were ncis and Mrs< shower was the Lutheran for Mrs.' Melvin to mar- . Ernest a Miss Bier- AlgOI)a> - Arthur ROY JACOBSONS, OTTOSEN, WED FOR 35 YEARS Otlosen, Nov. 29—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobson celebrated their silver wedding Sunday by entertaining 35 relatives and friends. A chicken dinner was served cafeteria style, and there was a three-tier wedding cake decorated with silver beads and "25th Anniversary" on top. That evening many friends called. The couple received $35 in silver, a salad bowl, silver salad spoon, 3-piecc console set with silver candles and wax fruit, and silver salt and peppers, the latter from their only daughter Lois. Mrs. Jacobson is postmistress here. Progressive Club Meets— . The Progressive club met Friday with Mrs. Ralph Richards, 11, members responding to roll call., "Can Germany be Controlled.' j from Reader's Digest, was given by Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, and Mrs. | Irvin Movick reported on "Gowns," from Ihe Federation magazine. Guests were Edith Bartels, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. THE BIG 7 VICTORY SPECIAL! 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