Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE tWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, AtGONA, TUESDAY, LARGE GROUP DEPARTS FOR FUNELLING Some Leave for Camp and Others Go for War Tests. Union Bride Following is a group of in ductees who embussed yesterday morning for Fort Snelling, and will leave thence for various training camps without returning home, since they have all been found qualified for pre-induction examinations: E. Haas, Elmore. Jack P. Reec», Lakota, will be sworn into aircrewman program.) Arthur Wi Glaus, Portland, Ore,, transferred to Portland. Lyle H. Miller, Titonka. Allison Boston, Algona. Belbourhe J. Haag, Ledyard. Ir.vih Johnson, Swea City. Earl J. Thomann, West Bend. fildon R. Browning, Forest City. Merlyn Hoover, Burt. Wayne H. Gade, Whittemore. Oswald L. Underbakke, Elmore. Glenn W. Mabus, Lakota. Mterrill E. Zwiefel, Algona. Harold C. Harringa, Titonka. Richard J. Bormann, West Bend. Donald L. Jensen, Algona. Adam Edmund Berle, Irvington. Mildred Elmore ' Union lwp> bride ' did not arrive in lime to o with ihe accouni O f her wed- will be found on ASSESSORS IN ANNUAL MEET HERmiDAY FOR SALE—PUREBRED Here- , _, fi wmMMi ford bull, 3 years old. — Ben FOR SALE—5-BURNER Hansen, Whittemore, Iowa. 12pl5-17 Discussion Held Usual Session at Courthouse. in The annual county assessors' meeting was held Friday afternoon in the courtroom, and the primary purpose was to receive instruction for this year's real estate assessments and distribute supplies. There was a discussion of matters which often rome up at assessing time. Questions were asked and suggestions made by persons in attendance who have had experience. There are 40 assessors in the page 5 of ihe 2nd section of to- C0 unty. and they are: day's Advance. [,OF SWEA CITY, DIES 0MDEC23RD Swea City. Jan. 5—Mrs. Ellen Hoeck. 75. Swea City, died at her home there December 23. follow- : ing a period of invalidism which i confined her to a wheel chair 18 years. During the last several [ years she was cared for by her youngest daughter. Mrs. Carl j scheid. TOWNS Algona, Bertha E. Johnson. Bancroft, Joe Cogley. Burt, Roy Clark. F.enton, H. E. Reimers. Lakota. J. E. Smith. Ledyard, Harold Herzog. . Lone Rock, Donald Hauck. Luverne, Florence Hof. Swea City. Geo. E. Buttwiield. Titonka, Camilla Cooper. Wesley, H. J. BraJey. Whittemore, Frank W. Elbert. TOWNSHIPS Buffalo. Andrew C. Hanson. Burt, A. H. Hanna. Cresco, John P. Simon. Eagle. Floyd Ottman. Fentpn, A. D. Newbrough. Garfield, Michael Heider- Sehroeder. The local board cancelled the ; Funeral services were held De- order of Herman Kettwich. Burt, > C ember 26. with a short prayer due to the critical illness of ins ; service at the home, followed by mother, who recently underwent services ax the Methodist church an operation at the Kossuth hos- a t 2 p. m. in charge of the Rev. pital. A sister has also been iJl. i Wm. Bohi. She had been a lii'e- To Shelling for Tests. Following is a list of registrants delivered at Fort Snelling Wednesday, January 3, for pre- induetioh examinations, except transfers to boards nearest their and Uv " daughters, places of residence! Herbert R. Beenken, Bancroft. Marcus J. Langerman, Swea City. Goo. R. Marshall. Irvingion (volunteer). Fred ,G. Radmaker. Tiionka . (volunteer). Paul M. Beck, transferred to Richmond, Calif. Corliss W- Felion, Fonda. Richard _ H. Beebe, Des Moines. Fred Aggo Boehm, Thompson. Jongberg, Arm- long member of an Evangelical church. Mrs. Hoeck was born at Newhall. Benton county. March 3, 1869. Her husband died in 1934, Helen and Mrs. Emma Simmons, are dead. She is survived by four daughters and three sons: Mrs. John H. Schueler (Jennie), Bancroft; Mrs. Arthur Paulson (Mary), Bancroft: Mrs. Henrietta Goff, Berman, Robert Bunkofske. Grant, Richard I. Anderson. Greenwood, Linus Vaske. Harrison, Richard M. Anderson. Hebron, Helmer Hauge. Irvington, L. C. Hutchins. Ledyard, John Hartshorn. Lincoln, Belle M. Koppen. Lotts Creek, Hugo J. Faulstick. Luverne, G. M. Will. Plum Creek, Arthur Olsen. Portland, Donald Ringsdorf. Prairie, Charles Nelson. Ramsey, Leander- Vaske. Riverdale, Wm. Hammer. Seneca, Joe Crowley. Sherman, Joseph A. Elbert. Springfield, Ed Reece. Swea, C. F. McGregor. Union, D. C. Gardner. Wesley, Henry C. Nelson. Whittemore, Paul Ludwig. Knecht, Whitte- Bond, Cloquet, Arden W. strong. Edwin F. more. HUbert D. Minn. Arlowe C. Blome.. Ledyard. Gerald F. Sprong, Oliosen. Philip F. Looft, Swea City. Harold E. Boeckholt, Bancroft. Raymond Sleper, Ledyard. Hellman, Lakofa. Harold A. Cooper, Algona. John H. Ricklefs, Titonka. Kenneth E. Reed, Elmore. Ralph D. Schipull, Luverne. Earl C. Kvamsdale, Swea City. Edw. Hammond Jr., Bancroft. Robert W. Boekelman, Titonka. Menno Folkers, Lakota. Earl L. Eden, Wesley. Mervin J. Klein, Fenton. Ralph M. Gengler, Whilie- more. Orville D. Brandt, Ledyard. Melvin H. Zumach, Whiiie- more. Carroll W. Willmett, Algona. Donald E. Boeckholt, Bancroft. Waller A. Heerdt, Algona. Kenneth R. Wagner, Corwith. Peter A. Dahlhauser, West Bend. Max D. King, Algona. Dale E. Anderson, Fenton. Ernest A. Janssen, Buffalo Center. Joseph D. Doocy, Ledyard. Raymond Baade, Titonka. JLoreri 'F; -Ball, Algona. Lawrence 'L.' Dorweiler, West Bend. Gerald N. Krueger, Bancroft. Ralph E. Baer, Burt. William R. Ferstl, Algona. BAMCROfTERAT ITALY AIRBAS; Air Base in Italy, (Undated)— Technician 5th Grade Joseph E. Hynes, Bancroft, recently com-! pleted two years of overseas ser- i vice with the veteran aviation' engineer regiment which has' Estherville: Mrs. Carl Schroeder (Alice). Hartley, and Henry. Swea City: and Elmer, in the army. There are '20 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, also lvo n » ri/PT r» * I I /»A*/»II ??rujffi- &5.^iaf nl S;i BA SKET BALL COACH Mo.: and a brother. Charles Beitz, | Alburnette. Burial w.s made in the Harrison township cemetery, and pallbearers were Jos. and Mike Kennedy, P. W. Larson, Fred Berg- gre.'i, C. J. Appelquist, and Chas. SchernmH. Relatives from a distance attending the funeral included Mrs. Krug, M;-s. Goff, Mr. and Mrs. Vermm Casler Bf.-il/. AU; 4 SPEAKER AT ROTARV The Rotary club, which had missed two meetings falling on Christmas day and New Year's, resumed regular meetings yesterday. •• -"•' L. M. Merritt, the program chairman, introduced Coach Gene asler and Mi- Aimust-! . Her , tz ' who spoke and in turn in- JMCI ana i\n.,. AUgusu. j t roduced the eight boys on the '" na - first B. B. squad: Tom Holmes, Bob Butts, Clark Phillips, Bert Sankey, Bob Kuhn, Bill Allen, Bob Devine, and Dick Allen. Ensign R. B. Waller, who is at home a few days on leave from the navv, and his brother-in-law, Merle Pratt, son of the late Dennis Pratt, were club guests. Merle is also in the navy. OPE LYJIHX HAS DEPARTED It has bt-i.-n double trouble for the Five! Plumbs, southwest of Hoburton, for several weeks, but prospects :ire the New Year will bi- mure tranquil. Mr:;. Plumb, to begin with, was hurt in an accident late in October, but when she was about recovered she fell sick and was : taken to the Kossuth hospital, | dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. i where she remained till after E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger, of Swea City, called on the letter's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, Thursday. Mrs. Drusie DeVary, Rockwell, spent a few days last week SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didriksen were New Year's eve visitors at Geo. C. Olsen's. The Glenn Ga- brielsons and Sim Bemises were i Thanksgiving. Then, only a few days after Mrs. Plumb was taken home, Mr. ! Plumb became sick and had to be 1 taken to the s-.me hospital for a major operation, spending even with her sunt, Mrs. Wise. Mrs. Christmas clay there. The family skies clear began to the Sunday before Christmas, when the .son Oliver, Wise and Mrs. Drusie Noble were Sunday evening supper guests at Alfred Opheim's. Mrs. Oscnr Hammond was host- flight engineer on a PBM 5, ar- [ ess' to the W. S. C. S. Thursday, rived from Banana River, Fla., on [and there was a large attend- I leave, : nd the daughter Patricia ' ance. The next meeting will be came from Cedar Falls for a vacation. i Mr. Plumb was released from ! the hospital, and all had New i Year's together. Oliver left Monday for Corpus Christi. Tex., for I reassignment, and Patricia left Tuesday to resume State Teach' ers studies. held January 25 at Mrs. Harold Hunt's. iFE TOUGH ON ITONKA BOY WANTS Titonka. Jan. 8—Doyle, son of built airfields throughout the Mrs. Florence Reiser, was Mediterranean Theater of Opera-' brought home Monday from Iowa tions. j City, whore he had been hos- [The young man is a son of Mr. pitalix.ed several weeks because and Mrs. Patrick Hynes, farmers , of a ri^ht hip injury He will be five miles northwest of Bancroft.! in bed five weeks at home, then FOR SALE—GOOD WORK team —Leonard Dittmer, Burt. 18pl8-19 FOR SALE — BIKE, excellent condition.—Phone 19F12, Algona. 8pl8 FOR SALE—38-FT. SANDWICH elevator.—C. A. Derner, Whit temore. the hospital for He entered service in July, 1942, return to trained at Camp Lee and Rich- checkup. mond, Va., and embarked for! The boy's hip joint slipped out overseas from Camp Dix, N. J., i of place, and to hold it a silver in November that year. He was spike was inserted, to be left in recently promoted from corporal ( the hip permanently. to sergeant. [Joseph served first in Africa, > affected two Doyle's left hip was similarly years ago, and at WANTED—MARRIED MAN for Black 9pl8 a I farm work .— Hugh phone 8F24. FOR SALE wild hay. . _ _, Rock.—W. B. Murray. 12pl8-19 - 800 BALES OF Phone 704, Lone FOR RENT—TWO ROOMS IN modern home, 125 E. Lucas St. Algona.—J. M. Ulrich. 12pl8 BROODER HOUSE FOR SALE but is now in Italy in an engi- i that time lie was put into a body neers' aviation company. Before cast. He was unable to attend going into the army he helped school for a full year, but never- his father with farm work. He is thck-ss carried on his studies by ln ,„ „, 00 „ ,„ -------unmarried and this week Friday means of a two-wav teleuhone r, IUX1U - -^hone 28 t 121. — John he will be 29. ; between .school room and home Erpelding, Bode P. O. 11 P 18 The youth is one of a family of • Though 14. Doyle, who is in eight children: Raymond, Paul, 1 the 7th grade, has attended only and Margaret, at home; married, FOR SAT F FDTTR r,,rrn=,\T ~ 5 V ' g ° d mllkers -~ an argaret, at home; married, one yt-r <,f school unbroken by w T R A, ' T mlers -~ Mrs. George Dorweiler, Mrs. Ger- long periods of absence because ' W ' J ' Ban "' Alg ° na ' Iowa ' 12p18 aid Hutchinson, " married, near Curlew.J Mrs- Leander, of sickness or accident. His moth-; LOST— SHOE SKATES 4 miles oi Bancroft; Francis,, er teaches a rural school north-1 south and 1 mile west of Bancroft.—Donald Volentine. 14pl8 \\est uf Titonka. FOR SAL/E—75 BALES BALED alfalfa; 2nd house south of fairgrounds.—Melvin Kern. 12pl8 PUREBREB DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, G miles south and one mile east of Britt. ISuotf FOR SALE—Registered Hampshire spring boars. New blood for old customers.—Joseph Skow, Wesley, la. 15ul6-17 LEAVING FOR SERVICE, FOR fection oil Steve. — Wilfred Coleman, Cofttith, 4 miles south oh 60. ISplfl FOR SALR-TtyO FIRST gradfe Shorthorn bulls erf §erviceabte age.—Jde Perstl, Algona, phonje St. Benedict, .. 14ul8-l§ FOR SALE-lONE GOOD Short- hotn milk cow, fresh in March; sm-ail-steed ! St. Clair kitchen fatige r ln good fcortditioni woddert eleVatbf without 6 stand under it and with hoiSt, $55. Four mi. east oft 18 6hd 3Vfe nbrth 61 :DOH'Weaver.. WANTED AT ONCE: Married man with farm experience. Feeding cattle and tractor .worki No tailking. Write or cSM M. T. McGuire, Phone 2616, Bode. a22W50tf sale, 1938 Ford FOR SALE — feAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown phone 4781. eood ! n- " Expert inspection^ estitnat ;Lff j ing service.—Cowan Bldg. S.upply 15pl6 Co " P none 275 > Algona. iVulStf (JARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to express our appreciation to friends, relatives, U. S. W. A. and American Legion lor their sympathy, kindness, and floral gifts in memory of the death of our son and brother.—Mr. and Mi's. Robert Voigt and Children. 18u FOR SALE — ONE SPOTTED male hog, 4 feeder calves; \k mile east and 3 N. of Burt.— Theodore Jacobson. 18pl8 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, | tile, laid by experts. Custom work.-Cowan Bldg. Supply Co, REGISTERED •ABERbfcfcN AN- gus bulls'ready for service; also Shorthorn bulls of fittest tjuality and breeding. Priced reasonable. —Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. CARD OF THANKS^-WE WISH to thank the neighbors and friends, and especially the firemen who were so efficient in putting out the fire at our home Friday afternoon. We certainly appreciate the help and courtesies I extended • to us.-^Mf. and Mrs. - Otto Westling. 44pl8 WE WISH TO THANK OUR friends and neighbors for their acts of kindhess and sympathy during the loss of our dear son, brbther, and husband, Dale YoUng. Also for the beautiful floral offerings. Special thanks to Veterans of Foreign Wars, Church Organizations, and R. ft' E. lodge.—Mr. and Mrs. Homer J Young, Doris and Dorothy. Mrs' H. Dale Young and rfiildrim (,l;iii- ice, Buverly, and Barbara,.) COplp, phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf FOR SALE—MODERN BUNGA- low, excellent .location, close in, $5200.00.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 15ul8 IF YOU OWN A USED CAR, truck, or pickup, drive it to W. E. Ley, Lakota, la., and get a lot of cash right quick. 24(2)17-18 FOR SALE — REGISTERED house, oak floors, $6,C 3 blocks north of Kent Gafcage". 301 E. Lucas St.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 28U18 WANTED BY FEB. 1, married man with farm expefiencfe. Feeding cattle and tractor -\Vork". No milking. Separate house with electricity.—Write or call M. T. McGuire, phone 2616 Bode. 1 •••' 27ul5tf FARM OWNERS—YOU'can.-sell your farm NOW' at- a. good price. List your farm with the undersigned as I have ove'r 150 Hereford bulls. Ready for ser- f arm buyers on my list.—Paul M. vice. Also some grades.—Joseph seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona, Skow, Wesley, Iowa. 15ul6-17 i ow a • . ' , : -15-18 LOST — PARKER FOUNTAIN pen, has name on it.—Leave at Upper Des Moines office. Reward.—Margaret Reese, Algona. g!8 WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR appreciation and thanks to our many friends for their gifts and good wishes on the anniversary of our 50th wedding. — Mr. arid Mrs. William Turner. 25pl8 FOR HIRE—NEW J-B Portable : :., . mill for grinding; also two DEALER WANTED—BIG routes OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service,( .floral offerings and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful.—Mrs. LeRoy McWhortcr, Mr and Mrs.' F. L; Ryerson, Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Demaray.. 33ul8 NOTICE OF REGULAR Annual - .meeting. .., The regular annual .meetiqg.of .all^ m.embers of the Algona-Federal Sav'inps & Loan Association 'of Algona, la., for the purpose of -election of directors and for, the: transaction of any other business of the association Will be held on January 17, 1945, at 2 p. m., at the office of the Association located at 206 East State St., Algona, la.—C. R. LaBarre, 'Sec'y-Treas. 16-17 trucks and balers.—Ralph Hurlburt, Lonerock, phone 709. 18pl8-19 STRAYED — BLACK BOAR. Owner may have same by proving identity and paying for this adv.—Urban Lickteig, Wesley. 18ul8 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Brown Swiss and grade milk cows. Reason for selling, boy is leaving for service.—Glenn Zwiefel, make good living. 200 farm- home necessities — medicines, spices, foods, etc., well known every county. For particulars write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAL-10-142, Freeport, 111. 26pl8 Algona. 20pl8 FOR SALE— SORREL TEAM of mares, white mane and tail, 4 and 6 years old; 2 miles west, 4 FOR SALE—TO SETTLE ES- tate, Mary C. Kain-brick house on 414 Moore St., 2 lots and double garage, newly painted, outside, hardwod floors, 2 baths, $5500.—Mrs. C. L.. Young, Titonka, la., phone Burt 6-94. 35pl8-19 north, 1% west of Algona.- McArthur. 28pl8 HAMPSHIRE SHROPSHIRE and Cheviot rams, yearlings and 2-year-olds; also Berkshire boars ready for service.—Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 17ul6-17 FLO9R SANDING AND REFIN- ishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 14ul8tf SEEDS CORN—State certified Hybrid No. 4316 $5.00 to $6.50 per bu. No corn better for machine picking, or yielding ability on good' soils. Early variety. SOYBEANS—Earlyana and Richland. Early ana is a .new bean, yielding about 2% bu. more per acre on the average to thin soils and matures about a week earlier than the Richland. OATS — Tama, ifrom certified seed, free from bad weeds. • M. A. SORLIEN -r, 2 miles north of Bode;'"-!!^ : 18-20 FOR SALE—PIANO, Chickering j works; some milk cows and springing heifers; 5 yr. steers, C summer calves.—4 mi. E., 3V, N. of Algona.—F. Gus Torine. 23pl8J WANTED—GIRL OR MIDDLE-! aged lady to learn photograph business. Steady job and comfortable work. — Apply at once Brown's Studio, Algona. SALE DATES '.; Jan. 15—Charles Potter, closing out sale 3 M. west and 4 south 'of Thursday, Jan. 18—J. J. Wadleigh, 6 mi. S, 4% east of A!- gona. Jan. 29—Closing out sale, Alf-. red Schenck, 3Vi miles north, M, No. 5245, State of lotya. .Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, Janu- army Term, 1945. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of William Rich, deceased, dated December 11, 1943, having been this day filed, opened ' and read, Saturday, the 3rd-day of February, 1945, 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. ol the day." above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why .said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 26, 1944! (Seal) • • HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. : . ALMA PEARSON, .- ... : . '.-••'••'•' ''•••••. . Deputy. :'HUTCHISON "& HUTCHISON, Algona, Iowa, Attorneys. 18-19 20ul8Jmile east of Algona. BASKETBALL GAME SACK EH HEART, FORT DODGE vs. ST. CECELIA'S ACADEMY Tl'KSDAY EVEXIXG One £«me, StSO P. M. Usual Prices Algona Electric Open For Bu siness 20(i \VEST STATE STREET First door East of Hoard's Blacksmith Shop ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WIKING AM) REPAIR IVe will have a telephone when one is available Harold (SS) Roth Willord (Je$i) Fandel IN SUITS $24.75 Masterfully tailored suits in 100% all 'wool. Wonderful to wear now under your coat. ... Inter with yoiir spring; accessories. Kresensky's lOOCoots-DresseslOO PRICE* Good loking warm coats. -Many with fur. Good siyle dresses. Limited (|iiaiititie.s, but you save half. 'Not oft sale until Thursday afternoon. Thurs.- Friday -Saturday KRESENSKY'S Washable Rayon Prints, pretty Printed Jersey Dresses, for lots and lots of wear from now on through spring. Many plain materials in this selection. Sizes 9 to 17, 12 to 20 and 14'/ 2 to 26'/ 2 . Your Dressmaker Chesterfield $39.50 Our star seller, with sweetheart or printed lapel — in black or navy blue—fashioned of 100% wool Yolura 'aino melton elcth. coat you would pect to pay more f,or- 1S. -sizes A ex- nuich 12 to Others from $22.50 Kresensky's

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