Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1944 · Page 8
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH "PROFITABLE EGG PRODUCTION" The hen with her inherited ability to lay eggs is kept for one purpose: probitable egg production. But unless she gets the right things in the proper abundance in her feed, much of her ability to produce is wasted, and egg profits diminish. BIG GAIN EGG MASH is made solely to provide the laying flock with the high quality proteins, vitamins and minerals sp es3.ential for healthy maintenance and that "maximum profit" "peak" egg production. For the most in egg profits ask your dealer for Big Gain Egg Mash. Whiitemore Produce, Whittemore. Ulfer's Stockyards, Algona. Welleadorf Hatchery, Algona COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Beloved Lakota Pair Wed 50 Years TRASAMARSARE FETED ON 50TH MARRIAGE DATE Following dinner, the couple's] Mrs. Farrington are sisters. Other Lakotft News. pastor, the. Rev. F. F. Darnauer,, spoke, and Mr. and Mrs. Slenzelj renewed their vows of 50 years j Mr and Mrs. I Joseph Koppen, ago, after which the Rev. and, farm ers southeast of town, had Mrs. Darnauer and Mr. and Mrs. the following Thanksgiving din- Arvirl f'.hr.sl siintr Rpfliilifnl Snv-I 11cr gues)s ; M 1 1 S. Ruth Dutton i Arvid Christ sang Beautiful Sav- Lakota, Nov. 2fl—An event of! ior. A purse of money and other gifls were pro.sutiled. Mrs. Lewis Loses Mother— and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Algeria; Mrs. Pearl Miller, Lime Springs; Mrs. Geo. l~fUrVU 1>U> 1^ \S V < fJit - 1 »•»«• v_ V i-»i v w * : _ . _ .. . _, - -,.»..*,.j .u.. . .^, ._<•£» »"O 7 -..-.» wi -W •>. vi ....'.. . ,, . . ! Mrs. Hugh Lewis s mother died i Millpr Riirine Vallev Minn • tho h gh interest to many in this vi-i , Miann riiv iinanHni ii«t ii i ' A ,1 s i i y \ i» ' , ... ., • ,. „ , m jji^ n l at a Maaon t-ity Hospital last | Melvm Buttons, Burt; Mr. .nnd cimty was the golden wedding ] week Wednesday from complica- ! Mrs Glen Teeter, Lone R6dk- celebration last week Tuesday of tions following an operation, and! Eleanor Koppen I and Vivian Dul' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trasamar: the funeral was held Saturday at i ^ 01 -, i Lak 0 t a> Fifty years ago, at Eldora, in a j her home town Lutheran church i ' Lutheran church, November 21, at Lake 1894, the Rev. C. C. Gunther per- | here ™ lls. Attending from ™ e the Lewis family, ' ««*• ld le RUPTUR6 SHIELD-EXPERT, H..L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algona, Iowa, at Hotel Algona, on Friday, Dec. 8th from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. I have been supplying my shields to rupture sufferers in this territory for ten years and longer. I have fitted thousands of cases in the United States during this time. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. ills. were formed a ceremony which made; Frank Lewis, Mrs. Emma Smith, Bertha Kebschull and Ernest, Mesdames Jerry Haellund, J. E. Trasamar husband and wife. i Ukena, I. E. Wortman, and An- The couple first farmed near drew Jansen, son Lament, all Eldora, then Hubbard, for some; from here, and Mrs. Wilson years, but in 1909, 35 years ago, i Brack, Ledyard. Thn,™n came to Kossuth and purchased) -- °' ' ™ a farm northeast of Lakota.where Service Man's Family Comes— The George i they lived for 20 years, then! Mrs. Melvin (Bill) Ukena and | Thanksgiving k „<• ° f Mrs other of Mrs Pkht and ™° ; le j °\™™' ™ ht a .™ Sanders lives with the -aves r itla ves, near Tr „ . Heetlands guests of were Mrs. ey e , . . moved to town, where they have j her daughter have returned from! Heetlands parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! California, and arc making their i Conrad Gabel, Ledyard, and Mrs. - since made their home. . , Mr. Trasamar was for years) home for the present with Mrs. i Heetland s sistdr Jean, on fur- janitor at the public school build- 1 Ukena's parents, Mr. and Mrs. j lough from the WAVEs was ing here, but finally was stricken; Andrew Anderson. Mrs. Ukena,; there. Another] sister, Cleo, -had SENECA GOINGS & COMINGS FOR THANKSGIVING Seneca, Nov. 28—Thanksgiving guests at Ole Pedersen's were the daughters and the families, the D.ple Langes, Ringsted, and the Einil Bleckwenns, Fenton. At Clarence Osborn's was Mrs. Anna Osborn, Fenton, at Lester Jensen's, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Ringsted; the Martin Wil- bergs' and the Henry Loofls were at Harry Vahldreck's, near Ringsted, and other guests were the Ole Johannesens, the Hans Presthus family, Bancroft, the John and Lawrence Johannesens, Lone Rock, and the Fred Johannesens, Cylinder. Lakes naval twining .station on a week leave. He is a technician on a Mark I traindr which trains recruits in handling 50-cfll)bur or 20 m. m. guns by means of tracer control or Mark I gyroscopic gun- sight. He was accompanied here by Hazel Loring, La Porte, Jnd. U. S. W. H»s Work Meeting— The U. S. W. had a work meeting at the schoolhouse Friday, a dozen women working on lap- robes, slippers, etc. The women still ask donations of fur pieces. Another meeting will be held Saturday, hostesses Mesdames C. C. Voight and Martin Wilberg. Pilot Home From Service— Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilb.erg, of Ringsted, sons Lieut. Norman and Dickie were Friday dinner guests at Martin Wilberg's. Lieut. Wilberg is in the army air corps and flew a Marauder overseas on 65 missions. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Phil Leafson, of Spokane, Wash., was honoree at a recent afternoon party at Mrs. Otto R. Jensen's, and' other guests were Mrs. Roy Jensen, and Tena Jensen. Mrs. Leflfson is Mrs. Jensen's cousin. The Lester Jensens were Saturday evening dinner guests at Jos. Fredericksen's near Ringstcd. The Fredricksens, Mrs. Jensen's parents, were to leave Monday for California for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Van Camber, Minneapolis, at dinner Sunday. Mr. Camber .preached at the Bancroft Baptist church as pastor candidate. Both basketball teams met do-, feat by Wluttemore teams here .last week Tuesday evening. The girls' game was nip and tuck, ending 36-34. Mrs. William Gilchrist and her son Billy arrived at her parental I home from Paris Island, S. C., Saturday. Her husband, a pharmacist mate, had received orders Mrs. Roy Hartshorn reached her 66th birthday anniversary last week Tuesday. Neighbors and others gave a surprise that evening, Niemeyer. Ray' Os'h Friday ev bring up I Turner, L ; , L.' NOV. ( l r nvo n ° ' spent last Thurscl; ui her sister Mrs r^ an ' ~, ... . -- , ,. s~t . • U UllOCll O. Ullll U 1,11^-1 ^MV-fcJvw ,,^,,_ The Albert Codys, the Curtis | Mcsdames Martin Bensen and with a heart attack and had to give up the work. He is still affectionately called "Gramp" by the many who were pupils while he was janitor. Parents of Ten Children. Mr. and Mrs. Trasamar became parents of ten children. There were five daughters, but one, Ida, died in infancy. The others are Mrs. Albert Krosch, Elmore, Mrs. Michael Christ, Mrs. Carl Christ, Lakota, and Mrs. Harry Miller, of Blue Earth. The sons are Lee, CAUTION: If neglected, rup-j Elmore; William, Fairmont; Ern" " est Jr., Blue Earth; Harry, Whittemore; and Paul, Mallard. There are 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A family picture was taken at Blue Earth on the anniversary and dinner in the parental honor was served at the town hall here that evening and for this occasion the bride of 50 years ago wore a black dress, with a corsage of yellow chrysanthemums and pink carnations. The best man, August Oldenburg, Elmore, only living attendant, at the original wedding, was present. Couple Renews Vows. The tables were decorated with ture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, dorJt experiment. See Hoffmann." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Tobilha M.Wilson 603 S. Dodge St. Phone: 48-J . . , whose husband is in service, was returned to duty. compelled to come home because The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nel- of the shortage of living quarters I son, Terril, with_ the son Byron, on the coast. Dinner Celebrates Bivlhday— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakcn- berg, Lu Verne, wero hosts Sunday at a dinner parly celebrating the birthday of Martin Becker, Portland township, and besides the honoree and his family, guests were the Nick Koppens, Lakota, Mrs. Anna Cayler, Bancroft, and Paul and LeRoy Koppen, here. I were Friday visitors at J. H. . _ . Wai-burton's. They had spent Mrs. Coooer's birthday was ccle- 1 Thanksgiving with Mr. Nelson's brated. The Charles Osborns en- The school band gave a Thanksgiving concert last week - _, . w.^ou....^ — Wednesday evening at the school- Olesons, and Norman Ihpmpsons ( Raymon( j Johnson, Ringsted, house under direction of Gerald were at Kalmar Randa s, near' Ringsted, as were, also, the Sigurd Olesons, Fenton; the Millen Jensens, at George Jensen's, Ringsted, where also were the August Nelsons. The Roy Osborns were atj Clyde Cooper's, Algona, where Coffee Party for Visitor— Mrs. George Heetland entertained at a coffee parly last week Monday honoring Mrs. O. J. Converse, Minneapolis, who was vis-, iting her father, Arthur Hastings, and her sister Audrey. Other guests were Mesdames Guy Beemer, W. D. Ley, the latter's guest, Mrs. Leon Ruslad, Sioux Falls, and Emma Thaves. Thanksgiving in Missouri — Mrs. G. O. Johnson and her parents at Carrier and Mrs. Nelson's parents at .Charles City, and were on the waj/ home. Mrs. George Miller, of Spring Valley, Minn., land Mrs. Pearl Miller, Lime Springs, came last week Wednesday for Thanksgiving with their sisters,; Mrs. Joseph Koppen arid Vivian Dutton. Mr. and Mrsi. Francis Adams attended a diniler parly at Merle Hill's, Forest City, last week Sundi-y, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Si-inky Ebaugh, on furlough. Eleanor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koppen, came home on Thanksgiving day; after six weeks at her aunt Mrs. Wallace McArthur's, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams visited the latter's brother, C. F. .lagers, and his family at Mason City Sunday. The Arthur Morlins, of Sioux Falls, were Thanksgiving guests terlained Mrs. Chris Madison, son Millon, Tinus Madison, Lone Rock, .and the John Munches, Fenton. The Clarence Madsens enler- lained lhe Cecil Andersons, the H. C.,' and Walter Madsens, and the Ernest Jacobsons, all of Ringsted,' and supper guests were the Cecil Saunders family, Dolliver. (For lack of time and space other Thanksgiving reports and some other news musl be omitted.—Editor.] Sailor Home on Visit— Wayne Wilberg arrived last week Tuesday from the Great RUPTURED? New Patented DOBBS TRUSS Is Sanitary (can be •washed) STRAPLESS BELTLESS BULBLESS It is designed to hold the muscles together with a soft concave pad 'and keep rupture tightly closed at all times while- working, lifting, walking or swimming. Light weight, touches body in but two places. CANNOT SLIP. Reason should teach you not to place a bulb or ball in opening of rupture which keeps the muscles spread apart. So why let a poor fitting truss cripple you? evening. •Mau« Larson Shorthon Dispersion at v <'<>• FAIli fl| SI'KM'UK, i, MVA ] Thurs., De ( | i i 1 . )r. r< ' 1 "' r ' 1 ' ronxlsllj »»11, (Miws win, ml limy S]lr| "H 1 ''"Ms mid op *»iii!'s Icslcil, mj Hniiffs A man "who knows how serious rupture troubles can be will demonstrate this truss at Algona Hotel ~ ALGONA, THURSDAY, DEC. 7 Ask for Mr. C. Smith — 11:00 A. M. TO 7;00 P. M. REMEMBER THE DATE1 »t , and Wrile or call fur ratal,. s<-« -Nov. IS issiifi of IValli Fin-inn- for further i ALHKHTJ. LVRSONJK Ayrshire, Iowa •T- K. Hnlsey, Audi daughter Karen accompanied ] ° r the W. D. Leys. The women Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and i are sisters. , .... ,.„„,..., ,.^ ^—^ Mrs. John Ingelbritson, Leland,! TT rh ? A C. Klocks and Mrs. j yellow chrysanthemums and yel-1 lo Mexico, Mo., last week to visit Henrietta Aaldreks were Algona low candles, and a 3-tier wedding! a k rotner of Mrs Johnson. An-' visitors Friday, and olher brother, in service in Tex-1 , Ju n ior Newland, Emmetsburg, Lou as, was there for a short furlough 'l as been visiting his aunt, Mrs. cake decorated in yellow white was served by Mrs. Nilz, Mrs. Otto Stenzel, Mrs. Charles Satre, Mrs. R. Zeilske, | and Mrs. Adolph Friest poured. Table waitresses, who wore yellow aprons and caps, were Lillian Krosch, Arlene Trasamar, Fern and Marian Stenzel. Marian Stenzel sang Silver Threads Among the Gold and I Love You Truly between courses, i accompanied by Fern Stenzel. and Thanksgiving with his fam- Two Thanksgiving Gatherings— Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Emory Smith, the lalter's two sons, lhe Edward Hagges, and the Orville, Olio, and Wayne Koppens drove to Forest City last "Thursday for Thanksgiving with the Roy Far- ringtons. Mrs. Otto Koppen and Hugh Lewis. AT FIRST SIGN OF A USE 'Cold -Preparations as directed. Men and Women Are Needed Start TODAY to be a part of the great army of home front workers that are backing our war front soldiers. Just as you need them as fighters for your country, they need you as workers. YOUK HELP is urgently needed to build lhe B-29 Super Bomber NOW! Don't delay . . . come in and get into this vital work! YOU Build the No Experience Needed Paid While Training B-29 Super Bomber The Ship That Bombs Japan! There*s Work To Be Done APPLY NOW! GUARANTEED 48-HR. MINIMUM WORK WEEK TIME AND ONE HALF OVER[ 40 HOURS EXCELLENT INSIDE WORKING CONDITIONS Representative will be at United States Employment Service Office Algona, Iowa—November 27 thru December 2 Glenn L. Martin Nebraska Co. OMAHA, NEB. ALL HIRING MUST COMPLY WITH WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION REGULATIONS JIMINY CHRISTMAS ! Did you ever SEE such a tree? ushmg down to discover a glittering Christmas tree on that Morning of Mornings, dashing upstairs again to awaken the family, urging them to hurry, hurry so the presents can be opened, shaking and feeling mysterious parcels for just a hint of what their gay wrappings might conceal—that's a real American Christmas ... the best assurance you can give your children of security, warmth, and love ... of the knowledge that they matter, in the midst of a world gone crazy. Give them a truly Merry Christmas this year, but first, make certain there will he many more to come, by investing in War Bonds and Stamps. 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