Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1945 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 9, 1945
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News Shorts From Wesley J. L. Sluder has returned from the veterans hospital, Des Moines, where ho was a patient two months, receiving medical treatment for heart and kidney ailments. Albert Ijickteig has returned to Camp Douglas, Utah, after a furlough with his wife, children, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig. LeMars, spent last week with the lalter's niece, Mrs. Ihno Gerdes. The C. R. Whins have moved to Jackson Jet., where Mr. Winn is now depot agent. He had Served here ten months. A relief j agent from Garner is here till a permanent man is found. Alvin Swanson is now at Camp Makall, 'N.' C., following a furlough here. He is in airborne troops. Eugene Swanson went to store, in the dry goods department. She is.a former clerk at L. H. Loar's and L. W. Swanson's. Soldier M«aJs Daughter— Pvt. George Frost-arrived from Fort Lewis, 'Wash., Thursday to get acquainted with a new daughter. FIVE LEAGUES SEE NEW YEAR IN AUAKOTA Lakola, Jan. H—The local Lutheran Leaguers were hosts at a Watch night party New Year's eVe at the town hall and the church for Woden, Tilonka rural, Titonka town, and Britt Leag- ue'rs—"The Loyal Five Leagues," and in spite of zero weather and icy roads 72 young people attended. The first part of the evening was given over to entertainment at the hall, and at u): ^nlj j A f tcr p arcl g and^gamcs, luncji^was | o f Mr"nncF Mrsi'lieiiry'sVanson" j er were New YeaV^'dinnerVuests A neighborhood party was giv- I Fort Snelling over the weekend en at John Richter's Friday for \ f or i lis pre-induction physicals. Francis Becker, who left Mon-1 Maynard Sw.anson is in the army day for induction into the army.; nn England. The boys are sons Joseph Besch had an-operation Friday at the Colonial hospital, Rochester. Otlier-Wliitteinore News.: Mr. .and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, daughter Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald, 'Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Bert Seely, and Mr. and'Mrs. Lawrence Mey- Went to the church, where en of the church served lunch and at 11:30 the Lakota League opened a candlelight service ft hi « h j?vnn d r^^ ^ HiS e^was" iSssI" the 1 UaiSn | *™'™»«&_***»k served, and a gift was presented to Francis, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker. Edward Richter went 'to Fort Aid last Wednesday. Jack Richter and his sons John J. and Mickey have spent the last several weeks at Philadelphia with Jack's sisters, Ann Richter and Mrs. Neil Gary. Mrs. John Lickteig left Wednesday for Greeley, Kans., called by word of the serious ; sickness of her stepmother, Mrs. Surprise Honors Birthday— Mrs. Otto Koppen was taken by surprise Friday evening, Dec. 29, when members of her family and friends arrived to celebrate her birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haggc, daugh-, , n vimr.<? an'd Jo^opilens^an SE I ™°°Sl »" oT M, and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Smith, and Richard ! TllC SLlOSt*^ f 111*111 si 1 f'f'l ' T"- " ' • ' Fiitlioi* Ivlcin rincl Q rf ^n«J n ^rt= • Koppen VO - 01V " I Thomas James." Mr. and Mrs. ed-many gifts. ! Studer now have five boys and I two girls. Mrs. John Sheppard and her ATWHSTTEMORE Whitlcmorc, Jan. 8—Memorial j liere services for Pvt. Albert Voight,! Charles of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, Fred and Erwin Struecker, Alfred Meyer, Louis Braatz, Leonard Meyer, William Meyer Jr., George Meyer, and Arthur Heidenwith were entertained at pinochle Thursday evening at J. 'J. 1 Rosendahl's. j Mr. and Mrs. George Neu have ' returned to Milwaukee. They spent the holidays with relatives _,..- ,,. Pertl, Minneapolis, his Acorn Mrs. Club Has Program- Francis Adams was host- '' ess to the Acorn club Thursday, .the president, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, presiding, and following business and a salute to the flag, Mrs. W. P. Pelz read a paper on Women of the American Red Cross. Mrs. J. H. Warburlon then read one on the British Cross. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jerry Ukcna Jan. 18. Change in Store Clerks — Louise Thaves, who had clerked at the Hertzkc grocery since she and her sister Emma sold the business to Mr. Hertzkc some years ago, resigned Dec. 30 and is now cashier at the C. R. Smith & Co. store. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetbnd. began work at Hcrlzke's Jan. 2. i baby John J. have gone to Rich! moiid, Calif., to visit Mr. Shep| pard, who is in the navy and has j j a month's short leave. Mrs. Shep- I pard is the former Rita Wingert, i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law- j rence Wingert, with whom she | p -,i i and her son have been living. j ' June Adol Kunz, who has been j nt Miami. Fla., several months, is | now employed by the F. B. I. i there. Mary Adine Kunz has returned to Chicago, where she attends .?. kindergarten school. She spent the holidays here at her parental Julius Kunz home. Mr. and Mrs. Kunz are at a Milwaukee sanitarium for a few weeks' medical treatment and 7 - e;t. Mrs. Urban Neuroth and Mrs. Edw. Ricke were hostesses to the . , 32, were held last week Sunday > came recently for .a visit at afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran j brother L. H. Pertl's. church here conducted by the j _^ Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor. The Ex-Sweft City .Boy local Legion post conducted riles . ir«ii' -t at- the church entrance. j IS Killed DV Private Voight. .son of Mr. and j _ _ Mrs. Robert Voit;ht, Burt, was j _ , - _ - • : .- '. ' born at Apache, Okla., July 28, ! s wca .City, Jan.- 8 — *?r._ and 1912, and came here with his Mrs. Henry Myhr, Clear 'Lake, parents in 1 927. I received word Saturday,- Dec. .3f), The young man entered the i om the war department that army in 1942, and last March was) P ? C - K(Jltil M y hr . had , , sent to England, whence he went beel ] killed m > action Nov. .24 on to France with- the invasion I Leyte island 111 L the Philippines. troops and served in the Patton Th( : , M y hrs a F,e former Swea City third armv in an anti-tank divis- " , • t , other tw ° bein g Rov and Dean - j Wednesday. The C. D. of A.'s met that, evening for court whist. i Both organizations will meet this I R O Q ne y u'ppk Wr>rlnp*srl;iv 1 Not Superintendent; Teacher— In mention of Mrs. J. H. Warburton in a recent Advance it was said she had been superin- i weok Wednesday, tendent of the local Methodist' s - w - Burrell has returned to Sunday school 48 years. This was j Urbana, after two weeks at his error; teacher of a young people's ! daughter Mrs. A. M. Lease'-, class was meant. The correspond-! The Ro y al Neighbors met with ent did not write the -story. Mrs - Eunice Nelson Thursday. Dwight Wagner, fireman 1-c., recently wrote his parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Al Wagner, that he had j ter,- and Velma Maclsen, Hum-i been sent to Rhode Island and! boldt, who were ivnrried New ! was expecting duty in the Atlan- Year's day at the Reformed par- tic war zone. He spent a furlough sonage, Buffalo Center, called at here, after two years in the Pa- Alvin's brother Carl's here; that j cific zone, and reported nt a base Newlyweds Make Call Here— Alvin Gerzemn, Buffalo Cen- Takes New Job as Clerk— Gertrude Meyer lately resigned at the Main Cafe to accept a clerkship at the H. W. Geelan LEDYARD residents who lived here . till i 0n i some, ten years ago, and Keith Seriously wounded last Oct. 23, j ^Al 61 ^ ° f ^^ S ?"^ * e the soldier died, and was buried ' ~ in France. He had participated i in six major engagements. | Surviving are the parents and j Mrs. Mervyn Cunningham, Burt,, Pvt. William Voight. Caino Ellis, 111., Pfc. Robert and Cpl. "Martin Voight, in air service overseas. Sailor Takes a Bride— Stanley Brogan GM 2-c., arrived Wednesday from the South Pacific war area. He had started his homeward trip November 28. He was married this week Monday morning to Mary Catherine The Laf-a-Lot girls helped Mrs. Neva Burrows celebrate a birthday Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were New Year guests of a NICHOLS POULTRY BOOK FREE 26th Year Describes our busy, farm, breed- ins methods, scientific production of real money makliie chicks, for 1945. OUR aflTH.TOXn. Wo specialize In 4 ^gxent breeds: Tran- ncstctl. pedigreed sired BAuRfiD HOCKS, WHITE .HOCKS, WHITE LEGHORNS; heavy layinir, hlch Ilv- ablllty N. HAMPSHIRE!?, valuable book, telling how. to make l>lKP° r jironta „_ , ' from chickens, mailed FREE. Quotca LOW PRICES on Clilcua, PullcU^ SUrtod Chicks. NICHOL'S POULTHY r«l<M, max b. HHmmoirth. III. daughter rit "Austin, A group of Ledyard boys were lately -called for /flhysitfal 'exams': Howard Klinksiek, Omar Reeee, Irvin Buken, /Arltfwe Blome, Orville Brandt. Melborne Hagg was to'leave'Monddy for_a camp rat Leavertwdfth, -Kans. -He had already'passedihis tests. Phyllis Strand'left Saturday'fof -V^aterville, Minn., where .she 'Is a'!teacher. School here was ..resumed 'last week Tuesday, .after the-Christmas vacation. - Betty 'Fangrhan, who was here for the holidays, has returned to Washington, D. C. 'She Is in'F, B. I. employ. A birthday .party-was,'given >at Edw. Halvorson's Thursday, Mrs. Halvorson being honoree. Littje Jackie 'Carpenter is 'Under medical observation for a hip injury. "Recent visitor's at - Wilson Brack's were Mrs. Virgil Lewis, ^West' v fcfS^ifchY Snd'Mr' <Jauplgr'r?K (Elizabeth. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Brack • ate sistfirsMn-laW. Mr. ahti 'Mfs. 'felreeri, -a^lhter ^Esther, and Mr. • and • Mrs. • Aubrey Waterhouse were retftmt: guests at Albert Brandt's in hbnor of Mrs, Wiese, \nrho Was celebrating net 72nd birthday 'A'New Year family diririer 1 Was served at Green's, with the Ted Greens and the WatethoUses as 'gue'Sts. • Mrs. & A. Pirigel .entertained the Birthday cltib 'Thursday evening, .and Mrs. .'Ella. Gelhaus, Califbrnia,''was a guest. tt. A. ''Pingel and 'Laurence Pingel -were i Algona business visitors Thursday. Portland Robert Harvey was honored with a 7 p. ni. dinner party on his birthday 'Friday at' his home. le'gUests'inciUtt^'ME'fffrd'lttfS Lee Ric-e, Dr. aflH Ml*. ••I*. W] F6*, 'R<**s Galntojt^^Jenri gtftMitt.1. iHl **^^P*°w J Winkel, WhiUemwej Philip "*"der, Fenton ~* tert. m 'friends C».II....»,..»>B fer" instead 61 older. , _ _ ,, j •Eugene Jandlfep^nt some "days last wet'k;at lrtihH^i)61te jdtt-a business hiis&ioHi vd6d6lripairil'ea'oy his sisteriLaviriai.'- •:' '. , ; .' ; . ; •Relatives ."and-h?jgftbt>rs ^llecl at Anthony . • Jaitfrs ^.Thursday, evening, The ..Sjrintfls rtdw. have their new water- system•>cprhpj|e*t,-' ert, and they -Also>hriVeAa .fftcw' furnsco in : Ufe '16NV Ii6i..ie. »Firc destroyed their former'h6liid'«(rtd all-contents. : . •• .'.. .'• ,. >,.. The Schro'edefs arid fRosellfl •Jandl entertained '-the ^AhtViohy 'Jandls, the Diets,'the'iTrUrtkhills, and :the Brocks rtn- ; Ne\V ft qar's. -. <Lk>yd ; BarUett hits :ft«en tat the Park hospital, 'MfrfehvG.lty,; sincfc last week Tuesday. ''ItfiS'ttoticer- tain, but >ltt! -fttajr 'R«Rfe'I ,~ visitecl : News is Just out from the Gen-., eral Kdspitdi, Algdtta, that a btfjr Was (Bbfn tto .Sgt. and Mrs. w§- bett Baas. The sergeant affiv&d the-'sa'frie.'ttdy frdmtedttfe Credk, MttW. - . . Mrs. Martin Larsen Mrs. 'Bernard Pljelps at the suth ' hospital Wednesday, ana foUhW 'Mrs. 'Ph^lps irnptovittg from .'ft serious iconditiftri foltbfy- irtg • birth (of m girl (fecetttly. 'f-f. 'Vefnon Lafseri iis !rtic6Verlt$5 from a ^week's sickness. t . 4'j 'Velma Larsen has returned tij Forest City 1 after a 'vacation frotri Waldorf'College. >f i The F6ur Corner 'social -clvitt met last -week Tuesday Agnes Stewart. The Portland . Service ; f are ; to meet Tliiirsday, Jan. '1$; with -Mrs. -Gilford W.althiah t) ,a"ht papers <afe to ibe .read '>b'y Mifs!' .Wilbur Stewart and Mrs.'Donald Itingsdorf. , .^ afternoon, on their way In Humboldt. in California, December 18. A boy, David Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern, Thornton, December 26, died Sunday, Dec. 1, and last week Tuesday the Chrislmas Seal Sales Up— Mrs. W. E. Gulkm-eht. chair- ,._,,, „,,„ Jclal , WCI _-^ iut . man for the Lakota tuberculosis i body was brought here for bur- Seal sale, reports SHI collected, j iul. Mrs. Matern 15 the former an increase of S20 over 19-43. 'Mary West, eldest daughter of ' Mrs. Martha West, .and the Ma- terns have two daughters. • Ben j manages a stock farm. | Ruth Meuhe called her father, J. B. Meuhe, Friday night, Dec. Other Lnlcotn Nows. Mrs. Nellie Grothaus, Buffalo Center, and Mv. and Mrs. Herman Jutting, Rake, were last ..week Sunday visitors at I. K. 2!), from Camp Cook, Calif., Smith's. "Bill" Smith, student ; where she is employed in a lab- at the state university who had • been at home on vacation, left ; Sunday for Iowa City. j Mrs. Tabe Louts and her baby ! . visited over weekend before last oratory. John Meuhe, who has been a German prisoner for two years, writes home regularly. He is allowed to write two letters and four cards every month. John . at Andrew Jansen's. leaving last i was taken prisoner in the North week Tuesday for Dubuquo, La- African invasion, and is at mont Jansen accompanying them for a short vacation. Mr. .and Mrs. DeVere Keister, with the farmer's mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister, El more, were New Year's guests at Harry Mussman's. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Asmusson, is at Mankato, attending a business college. Emma and Louise Thaves spent last week with their brother Edward and his wife at Al African invasion, and stalng near Berlin. The annual firemen's meeting was held Thursday evening, and Tom McMahon was elected chief, succeeding E. M. Olson. Vincent Daughn was named secretary; L. L. Lease, treasurer. An annual ball will be held late in January, if arrangements for an orchestra can be made. The United Service Women will meet this week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Latham, ADDS CHARM AND BEAUTY EMBOSSING GIVES RICH DEPTH STREAMLINED FOR EASY CLEANING LUSTROUS MIRROR-SMOOTH FINISH Cowan Building Supply Co. ALGOXA, IOWA T-HONE 275 January and February --1945 na Stores Will Close on Nights at 9 P. M. Food Stores at 9:30 P. M. "Your Co-Operation Appreciated 77 As -I am about to quit farming and move to town, I will sell the following described property on my farm I located 1 mile east and 3 north of Sexton; or 4 miles west arid 3 -ndrth df : Wesley; =or 2 'miles south of >Doan >| Church; or 7 miles south and P/o miles west of Titonka, oh Sale starts .promptly at ll'OOi o'clock.'*', : .•.."• . ., Wesley :Ladies Aid will serve lunch on r the vgro.Urids; : 8 years old, weight 1350 33 UTAH AF f ATTfP I1LA1I Uf UAllLti 33 5 Milk-Cows, I just fresh, another fresh soon; 4 Sucking Calves; 20 Steers jahd 4 Heifers, all yearlings and all on feed. ' ', 60 - WHITE LEGHORN 60 McCormick-Deering 8-foot grain binder; McCormick-Deering ceirri -binder; -I. H. C. 'encjgate .seeder; I. H. C. hay loader; I. H. C, 5-foot mower; Goates m-a'ri.ure 16ader to fit F-20 or regular Parmall; International Little Wonder 14-in. slat hot torn plow; John tleereNotary hoe,^almost new; John Deere 12-ft. disc; John Deere 8-ft. field cultivator; John Deere 999.corn.{flatter, 160 rods wire; John Deere elevator with hoist, 40-ft.; John Deere 16-in. walking plow; Clipper taring mill, complete with sieves- Northwestern land roller, 14 ft.; J. I. Case 14-in. slat moleboard 'plow.; i Pap^c 'ensilage cutter, 50 ft. blower pipe; Letz 230 roughage mill, l(Mn. burr with wagon elevator; wooden ,'40tft; ^levator; Aultman-Taylqr 21-m. separator; 6-in. drive belt, 50 ft. double; 4-section drag; high, narrow-Wheeled 'wagbn with 36^ih box; 2 steel truck wagons with boxes; steel truck with hay rack; Toweiisisu^ace corn plow- 2 Emerson single TOW corn plows;-2-row John Deere corn -,plow; New Idea, Bpr^d^Harie hay stacker; hay buck to fit Farmall; 2 circular saws 28 in. blades; cross.cut saw, :6 ft.;•ha^ ! cbrn'teller; ,3 wooden hog troughs, 12, 14 and 16 ft.;'6 individual cement hdg-.troughs;-caSt';i^^a^-^t»; '30-gal. ! feed cooker; 3 steel swill barrels, '50 gal.; 2 wooden barrels, 50 gal,; double^gear/pu>np;^H; M h,:p.fuller &-Johnson m a o S tnv n§ Sn H lldq S h .°S, waterer ' nfi w; grindstone; sickle grinder plus(emejyi^heel-011 stand ^with y^p. ^^ P lfi fTf^H^ liT'^^r*? take ° ff Wlth SUP c ^cn.,f0rlFarmall factor; 2 wagon ongues, 2 16-ft. feed bunks; 2 sets'leather fly nets; set back-pad^ne&s; breedhing 'harness; forge; amdl- vise; stock and dies; post drill; 500 Ib. platform scales; 2-wheel cart; cattle ^markJr; hog holder- vS SS? ch£" S 1 S w^ ; f ft lari f ; ^- m& ^^^^^^^^^^^^ A^^'tl^^-J^r-^'^i 8 4 - qt feede ^ ^h ^nds, tin; .10x12 round roof orooaer nouse, oxiu brooder house; elec. brooder 1 2 kerosene ; ' lamp; 8-gal. chicken waterer; chicken netting; McCormick-3 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Al™! ALL STEEL RUBBER TIRED 72 quarts tin cans; Fuller fshower outfit; lounge; lawn -chair; fi ft inn. nrpQc. ,10 QM ^ i K i •" "T~~". WAGON 512-gauge shotigi|n;'Avater softener; sausage grinder. SMKSi^Xsr,;^^ 1 SO BUSHEL SOVIH;A\S FOR SEED 35 BUSHEL W H DAT TERMS: Gash, or make arrangements with your banker. Lou Matern, Auctioneer Exdhait|e ?st#e ^Bahk, Lesley, Clerk

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