Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1944 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1944
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Memorial Service Held for Youth Who Died in France ARTHUR RUHNKE IS HONOREE AT FENTON CHURCH Fcnlon, Nov. 29 — Memorial services for Sgt. Arthur RuhnkeJ 27, were held Sunday at St. I John's Lutheran church here. The sergeant died in action Sept. 1st. The honoree's given names were Arthur John Herman, and he was born June 19, 1917, in Kossuth, and was baptized at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church here July 22, 1917, by Pastor Max Fricdrich. On May 15, 1932, Arthur renewed baptismal vows at the same church and was confirmed by the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz. For a memorial verse he was given Psalrn 111,10. Arthur, who entered service Nov. 16, 1942, and received basic training at Camp Welters, Tex., from which he was transferred to Fort George G. Meadc, Md., last July, and thence was sent to England and from there to France. Surviving arc the parents, Mr.! and Mrs. John Ruhnke, two; brothers, five sisters, and the aged grandfather Fred Dau. | i Muellers Home From Visits— ] The Dr. J. A. Muellers return- ' cd Saturday from visits with > Reinbcck and Earlville relatives .since last week Wednesday. At Poinbock they visited an aunt of' Mrs. Mueller and Mrs. Mueller's ', c>rother. Clarence Garland, home from air-warning signal service in Italv. overscss nearly two years. At Eariville lives the doc- tor's mother and brother, Lt. F.I E. Mueller, and the lattcr's fain-; ily, the lieutenant home on first, furlough in l'/2 years—commanding officer at an officer training school, Trinity college, Hartford, Conn. Thanksgiving at A. H. Hanna's— Thanksgiving guests at A. H. j Hanna's were the Walter Jent7.es,' Sergeant Maynard, Mrs. Howard; Anderson, her children, Mrs. j Mark Simmons, her children, and i the Harvey Higleys, all of Fairmont; the Merle Hansons, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna, Mrs. Tillie Hanna, daughter Myrtle, of Lone Rock; the Arthur Muellers, Lloyd Kerns, the George Jentzcs, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wolfgram, Fenton. Sergeant a Visitor Here— Sgt. Maynard Jentz, New Guinea, home on 20-day furlough, first since he went overseas three years ago next January, was visiting relatives here last week, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, and sister, Mrs. Howard Anderson, with her children, all of Fairmont, was entertained at the F. W. Jenlz, Clarence Theesficld, and Wm. Jentz home, other guests at Theesficld's being the George Jentzcs. Bancrofiers 25 Years Wed— ' The E. K. Johnsons, Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, daughter Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, and the G. B. Johnsons and Truman Johnsons, the latter of Swea City helped Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, near Bancroft, celebrate a silver wedding anniversary Sunday evening. Home From Arizona Trip— Mrs. John Finnestad, son Wayne, and Fred Greincrt returned recently from Tucson, Ariz., where they visited the Fin- nestad daughter Mrs. Harry Tungc. They left here on Armistice day. Wayne will be inducted into service soon. Other Fenton News. Betty Jean .Schwartz, cadet nurse at the Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Mpines, spent Friday to Sunday with the home folks. Shirley Frank, DCS Moines, visited over the weekend at the parental E. J. Frank's. Viola Mueller, Primghar teacher, spent Thanksgiving at the parental F. F. Mueller's, nnd La Vaun Newel, Hartley teacher, was at the parental Charles Newel's. Mary Janice, infant daughter of Mr. ?nd Mrs. H. G. MoFarland, was baptised Sunday at a Fair- villc church, sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton. Mrs. McFarland is the former Dorothy Bruhn. Vernon Finnestad and Dorothy Ann and Beverly Cody, Augus- tana academy students at Canton, S. D., went back Sunday, after a week with the John Finnestads and Amer Codys respectively. The Methodist W. S. C. S, meets next week Thursday; hostesses Mcsdames V. J. Tatum, F." P. Newel, Freclove Weisbrod, Fred Guslafson, Jos. Madden, and Wm. Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Newel, of Hartley, with their son, Lt. Warren, air nilol from Arizona, and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson were supper guests Sunday .at Charles Newel's. Agnes Goetsch left Sunday for Martolle, ne3r Cedar Rapids, to visit her sister Mrs. C. J. Darsee, Ihc former Julia Ames, former Fenton teacher. The Saturday Afternoon Bridge club met Saturday with Mrs. Edw. Pricbe, four tables in play, Mrs. Evorett Dreyer high, Mrs. Arthur Krausc second. County Annual Meeting of Scout District Held Here The Kossuth district o£ the Prairie Gold Boy Scout area met at the high school building hero Tuesday, Nov. 21, for the annual election of officers and transaction of business. The meeting opened with the' pledge of allegiance which was nvittee, reported the following nominations for officers, who were elected: District chairman, Supt. W. B. Officer, Burt; vice chairman, the Rev. F. Earl Burgess, Algona; second vice-chairman, Allen Buchanan, Algona; district commis- followed with a report of Scout sioner, Antone Johnson, Algona. activities and work by Elson Fischer. Fort Dodge, field executive. Dr. Harold Meyer and E. C. McMahon, nominating com-'Fort Dodge. Executives not elected arc Field Executive Fisher and Scout Executive Lyman Osam, both of It was decided to hold a Scout circus at Burt December /iO. The camping and activities committee, of which Supt. A. H. Schuler, Swea City, is chairman, will have charge. Wm. C. Dau showed moving pictures of boys in this area who attended a National Boy Scout camp at Cimarron, New Mexico, last summer. The camp covers an area of 127,000 acres, and the boys from the Prairie Gold area were accompanied by Mr. Fischer, who took the pictures, which showed the boys' activities from the time they left Fort Dodge and during the camp. The film is 400 feet long and takes half an hour to run. Others attending the meeting wore Mrs. Officer and J. L. Miller, Burt; J. F. Quinn and P. J. Chrislenson, Lone Rock; John Nelson and .the Rev. L. E. Wil- tcnburg, Lu Verne; Dr. M. G, Bourne, M. L. Vanderwall, Jesse Lashbrook, Earl Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp, all o£ Algnna, and Scouts from Algona and Burt. -5SH5BDAY, m WAVE KIT JL Coiiiplniowitlil'orninnont fl/ ^ Wnvo Solution, eurlcfft, ehnmpon nntl wave sot—nolliinR ^ clso to buy itcquircs no boat, elcc.iricity or mji- chin(H Snfo for every t-ypo of Imir. Over n mil- }ipn !in\t\. Money back guarantee. 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American farm Doys are still giving their lives .for youJ.ypu can.help to save many of them MJpbJs «Ipng .way from over yet. The * ^^&Vpiic.for out fighting men may be just beginning. Surely the easiest part of' , the whole war effort is lending money. Have' you done your share? The more and better equipment they have, the fewer lives will be' ,lost. War In the Pacific "will "probably be the ^costliest in history. Distances are vast; supplies and equipment must travel thousands L of miles, in huge quantities, to many places. t)ne battleship costs 108 million dollars. One B-29 to bomb Tokyo cost! $600,000. Even one torpedo to sink a Jap ship costs $12,000. ) Your dollars are needed now more than 'ever. Japan continues to fight fanatically for only one reason—they think our home-front ,'is soft and will quit. They know they can't [ win, but they expect us to lose. Let's give !v them the answer—in the 6th War Loan! ' Buy the biggest War Bonds you can, NOWI ; It is a privilege you are lucky to have. Good assortment of colors and styles. ,75 up $0, V SHOP EARLY One of the finest lines of pictures we have ever shown. We have a very fine line of FURNITURE GIFT ITEMS. Shop early while the assortment is good. NMfeJfesMttMfettJMMMii^^ aaaaiiajtaaaaiqKiaJftS^^ fifrftiO frjB ft »•* -gl Foster Furniture Co. Algona Implement Co. Algona Maytag Store Dr. W. D. Andrews Algona Hardware, O. F. Peterson Algona Ice Cream Factory Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n* Algona Flour & Feed Co. Algona Greenhouses Algona Hotel Algona National Farm Loan Ass'n* Algona Produce, Jo'hn Dreesman Algona Upper Des Moines Allen Motors Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Coffee Shop Algona Bakery, L. F. Rice Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Algona Skelgas Service, Jess Deen, Prop. Arnold Motor Supply Barker Drug Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom Furniture Co. R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency L. S. Bohannon Ins. Agency Botsford Lumber Co. R. E. Bushnell, White Front Tavern This Space is a Contribution to Our Country by y Bros., Implements n,iK_:,u „. J J iradley Bros., Implements Ben Franklin Store Borchardt's Drug & Jewelry Dr. M. G. Bourne Brown's Dairy Store II. W. Berher Sporting Goods Store Call and Iowa Theatres* Chrischilles' Dr. C. II. Cretzmeyer Christensen's Clement & Briggs Barber Shop Chrome Service & Cafe Coast to Coast Store Ed Capesius Consumers Wholesale Council Oak Store Cowan Building Supply Co. Dau Garage and Body Shop Druggists' Mutual Ins. Co. of Iowa Dutch's Super Service Dr. A. J. Eason Dinette—Paul Hudson Elk Cleaners & Furriers European Hotel, R. A. Johnson Mgr. Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store Fox & Winkel, Veterinarians Funk & Delm Pool Hall Gamble Store Graham Department Store Mel B. Griffin, R aes i y j jllml)cr Co . Greenberg Auto Supply Grottc Cafe Harms Oil Co., Phillips GG Joel. M. Hcrbst Hawcott & Ogg E. J. Hough Huh Clothiers H. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hood's Grocery & Market Hobarton Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman Iloenk Motor Service Hutchison & Hutchison f Iowa State Bank* K. D. James, Drugs Duane Jensen, 7 Up Kossuth County Implement Store Kent Motor Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth County Advance Kossuth County Mutual Fire Ins Kossuth Motor Co. Kossuth County Credit Bureau Kossuth Oil Co. Kresensky's - '^* Trt ^ Kossuth County Hatchery Kirk Auto Co. Laingr & Muckey Lusby & Giossi Joe Lowe Linnan & Lynch Mainlincr Dr. Harry McCorkle McCullough Chapel E. C. McMahon Midwest Service Co. Miller Lumber Co. Merrjtt Funeral Heine Madson & Hanson Mathcs Cafe Dr. Harold Meyer Modern Dry Cleaners & Taylors II- W. Miller Morrison Beauty S'hpp Modernistic Beauty Shoppe Momyer Abstract Co. Gene Murtagh National Tea Co. P. S. Norton & Son Norton Machine Works James Neville Shoe Store O. K. Rubber Welders Percival Motors Garage Potter Lockers Pratt Electric Store Pioneer HiHrcd Scc(1 Con " Ray's Jack Sprat Store Richardson Furniture Rising Elevator .» i Dr. C. C. Sl.icrk, rodia(rii| Sjosren's Cottage Grocerf|[ Dr. F. E. Sawyer G. W. Slillman Sargent & Co. Security Slate Bank* Shilts Brou'iibiK shoe ' S & L Store Smoke Shop & N Sorcnscn Grocery & Swift & Co. G. D. Shuimvay Spilles Hardware Silver Gray Cafe Thompson Distributes Twin Co Beauty Salon Ulfers Stockyards , Viking Oil Co., E. B. C»"f | Western Buyers Dr. R. M. Wallace White's Market W. G. Woodward * L. A. Wh'kcl Zender's Agencies' il

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