Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
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PAGE SIX KOSSWrf , AKSOftA, I6WA IT'S ALMOST MAGIC #fttt*£r --' Cowan Bldg Supply Co, Phone 27") Alsona, In. HUSBAND OF LONE ROCKER IS WOUNDED Lonerock, Jan. 29—Mrs. Wilbur Schoopman, former Ruby Kelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson, has received word from her husband, who is with the 7th army in France, that he has been hospitalized with wounds for the fourth time. Pvt. Schoopman received his first wounds July 12th and the last time he was wounded it was December 19th. Pvt. Schoopman entered the service in September of 1943 and left the U. S. on March 31, 1944. at Friday, Fell, i'—Chuck Hull. Tuesday, Feb. (i — Skipper Berg 1 . Hear Skipper and His JJand on (lie Wilson Hour KGLO at l'J::>(l every Sunday. Friday, Feb. !)—Lynn Kerns. Don't Neglect SKpping FALSE Do false teeth drop. si:p or wabble when you tall:, eat, ia\;K.'! or sneeze? Don't tie annoyed an« '--:i.i'-iriatsto vy such handicaps FA.STEKTH, an alkaline (iioi.-aciu) powde: to E2r.T.>:!•-• on your plates, he'.-VIE f.s'st- teeth more firmly set. Gives cuiiS-l<-:it fei-i:ns of security and addt-u C-JI:,;UM. .No yj^nrny, <;ooey, pasty tame or ;«.-<;.;nk'. G---t FAS- TEETH today at any uruj; a'.ore LAtYYKKS W. B. Quartern H. W. Millei QUARTON & MILLER Lav; Offices Ceunly Attorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Aigona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attomeys-ut-La \v Office over Kossuth r.'iut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 261 J. D. LOWE Attorney-at-LM\v Phonii 2?;7 VAN NESS & BRUMSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway E. D. Kuily SHUMWAY Si KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa LAURENCE A. WINKEL Attorney- at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona JL HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-La'.v Security State Brink bldg. DOCTORS C. H. CRETZMEYER M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa ~~ MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgson Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS KARL R. HOFFMAU Dentist office in new Heicr: bh'.s Phones: Office, 44; I3s., 1'lB Cubs Have Meeting— The Boy Scout Cubs had their weekly meeting at the Jack Quinn home. Three mothers, Mr?. Henry Gettman, Mrs. Calvin . Householder, and Mrs. Merwin Marlow. attended the meeting and made flags which will be used for the Cubs circus the middle of February. There were six cub members present and their leader. Rev. C. S. Whitehouse. The Junior group of U. S. \V. : met Thursday evening at the ' home of Helen Sprank. The evening was spent in sewing wash cloths and handkerchiefs. All their hangers were sold and some more ordered. The next meeting will be held at the home of Fern Sanders the 16th of February. Lunch was served. ; Dinner Parly is Given— A dinner party honoring the v.'edding anniversary of ?Ir. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland and birthday of Russell Winters was celebrated at the Vernon Smith's last week , Wednesday evening with the .families of the honorees, Mrs. Anna Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, nrd Mr. and Mrs. £.'irner Paulson as guests. Anoth: er dinner party the same evening ! v.-as held r-.t the Raymond Win: tors for Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball • iir.r.l the Ernest Wortmans to celebrate the birthdays of Raymond Winter. Wade Ball, and Mrs. Ernest Wortman. Raymond anri - Russell Winter are twin sons of -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter. Lakota. Perm Sale as Success— Tho sale :>t the J. H. Warburton farm last week Wednesday afternoon was ?. successful event. t The -.'.•(rather was ideal and a •large crowd attended and most things sold at a good orice. Prin- ule and Oldenburg were auction- i tors and Carl Gerzema, clerk. ! Several guests were present: Mr. | nnd Mrs. Charles Eggerth, Mr. i -_nd Mrs. M. T. Price, daughter , Margaret, and Mrs. Paulson, : Francis Torine, Swea City; Mrs. Mary Hint/, and son Palmer, of '. Kiestor, Minn,; Mr. and Mrs. Ali rek Boeckholtz, Louis Hanson ! and Stanley, Titonka; Gus Tor! ine, Algonu; and many neighbors and friends. 500 Party is Given— Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hoiter en- tertainc-d four tables of guests at a 500 card party at their home lust Tuesday evening. Those attending were: Mr. and Mis. Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J,-ck Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank rlaig, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. J M. Blanchaid. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow, and Miss Neva Thompson. Those winning prizes were; High for women, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard; low for women, Mrs. Frank Flaig; high for men, J. M. Blanchard; low for men, Frank Flaig. Service for Brother— The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Dar; nauer left Friday morning for Fort Dodge, to meet his sister from Dubuque, who was to accompany them to Beatrice Neb., •' where memorial services were to i be held for a brother, Henry i Darnauer, who was recently killed in action. hospital. The mother is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brandt, Titonka. j Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. I Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard. j and Mrs. Clifford Mueller and children spent Wednesday at the Wm. Blanchard home in Humboldt The Lone Rock boys' basketball team plays Lakola at Swea City in the north half of the boys's county tournament next Thursday night at 8:20. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and son. Gary Gene, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard visited the Elmer Frank home in Bancroft last | Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck went to Riceville last Wednesday and brought Mr. Houck's mother, Mrs. W. E. Houck, home with them. Wednesday evening dinner guests at the W. J. Cotton home were Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley came Friday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. The senior class will go to Mason City Monday to get their class pictures taken. The 5lh and 6th grades picked up tin cans and paper last Friday for the scran drive. BURT Birthday Party Held— , A birthday party in honor of Mrs. Martha Rath was held Monday evening at the home of Mr. I and Mrs. Lawrence Rath with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser and Betty Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ! R'ith. the Ralph Hurlburt family, the Harvey Rath family attend- i ing it. Band Mothers Meet — The B-Jnd Mothers met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Thompson Wednesday evening with 12 j members present. The business meeting was held and lunch was .served. The next meeting will A. J. EASON j_}cntif>t i — --•• ...^, *«»_j fcv iu»_i_fc,iii^ >*• in. Office over Jnmos Drug Store ! J ° thc ' 21st of February at the Phones; Office, 59; residence, 859 nome of Mrs -_Alfred Jorgenson. INSUKANCK KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $27,000,000 worth o[' insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson. Sec'y. LOANS AM) I.NSl KAVCfJ Your Money's Worth in REAL, ESTATE. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEHBST Office over la. Slate Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa LOANS TO FAflMERS AND STOCKMEN with a sound basis for credit, i Rate 4Vz7o. I Emmetsburg Production Credit ! Association. i Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona. See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household! Goods and Automobile Insurance.' Insure and Be Sure! B. B. Teams Entertained — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beane entertained the 30 members of the boys and girls basketball teams rind the cirls' sponsor, Miss Lease, last Monday evening at a tliree-cour.se luncheon. There were songs, pep talks, and a lot of fun in between courses. Other Lone liock. Miss Dorothy Goodwin, Evansville, Ind., came Monday for a weeks visit at the Emil Kraft home. Miss Goodwin will return to her home at Evansville and Clarence to Norfolk, Va., Saturday. A good bunch of followers were with the basketball team at the tournament in Grant last Thursday evening, when the Lone Rock girls were defeated by the Lakota girls, score 40-20. Mrs. Henry Gettman and two carloads of women from Burt visited at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton last week Tuesday. Mrs. Gettman was also a dinner guest there that day. A son, Arden Duane, was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Engelbarts at the Buffalo Center The George Boettchers have, sold their home east of the depot to the John Giffords. They will; give possession March 1 and are ; moving to a farm they recently' purchased in Minnesota. Vern Shipler will move to the farm va- , cated by the Giffords. | Mrs. Marion Chipman entertained a few friends Thursday af- • ternoon in honor of Mrs. Carl i Reynolds' birthday. The follow- • ing were present: Mrs. J. H. Gra-' ham, Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. Mrs. \ W. W. Boettcher, and Mrs. Erwin j Schwietert and Mrs. Reynolds. ; Martin Greise, who had worked ; at Pasco, Wash., left last week for ' Camden, Ark., where he will dc j defense work. Kenneth Hammerstrom lefi Tuesday evening for Seattle Wash., to report for duty in the Merchant Marines. Kenneth hac worked the past year for Boeint Aircraft, but recently joined the Merchant Marines. He visiteo his parents. Mr. and Mrs; R. J Hammersirorn, the past twc weeks. Esther and Ruth Hodgson have purchased the home of Mrs. Carrie Blossom on Main street. They will move March 1. The Hodgson farm on the south side cl town has been rented to William Stenxel, Titonka. Jennie Thompson ar.d Mrs. Carrie Blossom will move to Air gona into a home owned by Mis?' Thompson. Mrs. Geo. Sengbusch and babj returned Friday morning irorr. Durham, N. C. She had spent the past ten days with her husband Pyt. Sengbusch, who is stationed in a camp there. He expects to go overseas soon. Mrs. Edna Main left Wednesday for Orange City, where she will visit her daughter. Mrs. Main is a sister-in-law of Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and has spent the past six months at the Clapsaddle home here. D. D. Clapsaddle and D. M. Stewart went to Excelsioi Springs, Mo., Tuesday to spend the rest of the winter. Capt. Dean Clapsaddle arrived Sunday to spend a 30-day furlough with his wife and three small sons and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Captain Clapsaddle has been at the Fitzsimmons General hospital at Denver, Colo., after serving seven months overseas. The following women spent Tuesday at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton: Mrs. A. C. Bernhardt, Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Mrs. L. R. Daniels, Mrs. Habeger, Mrs. Wayne Mann, Mrs. Ringsdorf, Mrs. J. P. Stow, Mrs. Fred Stow, Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and Mrs. Hiram Ward and'son Gene. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. W. E. Brace, who is staying at the Straley home. Mrs. Henry Gettman, Lone Rock, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Cech, Chicago, are the parents of a daughter, born Jan. 13. Mrs. Cech is thp former Maxine Schenck. This is their second child, as they have one other daughter. Allen Hinckley was on the sick list last week. The daugh ter Judy was also ill. Several members of the Harm Groen family have been ill the past week. The Burt Monitor has gone out of circulation. Last week was the last issue for the duration. An other proof that this war is go ing to touch more and more people. Burt has had the "little town paper" for nearly ten years and many will feel lost when Thursday afternoon comes and no Monitor. The Rev. Ferdinand Reith and family moved their household furnishings to Burt Thursday and are settled in their new home, the • Lutheran parsonage. The Rev. Reith was pastor of the St. John's Lutheran church at Beloit. There are two boys in the family, below school age, and they are the first boys in that parsonage in more than 20 years. Fern Oesterreicher moved her beauty shop equipment to a shop she has rented in Titonka. She had operated her shop here the past four years. The United Service Women will sew Friday, Feb. 1, at the school house. There are many wool quilts to be made. Anyone hav- I ing wool pieces please leave with I Mrs. Roy Ollom. WEDDING BANNS ANNOUNCED AT WESLEY CHURCH! Wesley, Jan. 29 — Banns of] marriage were published the sec-! ond time Sunday at St. Joseph's! Catholic church for Zita Studer, j R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Ben G. Studer, and John Welter, East Dubuque. Zita has been) employed at Dubuque, but the j couple will be married here. Banns were also published for the second time for Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gpetz, and Robert Trenary, Corwith, who will be married here Wednesday, February 7. U. S. W. Shipmenl is Made— Eighteen United Service Worn-' en met at Mrs. Clarence Ward's j last week Tuesday, and this was i a work meeting. Two quilts were ! tied, 11 quilts finished, two lap-1 robes finished, and with 33 frac- I ture pillows, 50 handkerchiefs, i two pairs of scuffles, and two' pads, were packed and shipped to j a distribution center at Oska- J loosa. The women hold a busi-1 ness meeting on the second j Thursday evening every month, i and the next will be held Fcbru- j ary 8. ^ | J. L. Siuder Seriously Sick— Mrs. Win. Luken, Colman, S. D.. came Thursday for a visit at her daughter Mrs. J. L. Studer's, and Friday both accompanied Alf Studer to Des Mpines to see John L. Studer, still in critical condi-! tion at the veterans hospital there. Henry Studer, Sioux Falls, also came Thursday and j accompanied Mesdames Luken! and Studer to Des Moines, John L. being his brother. travel. Mrs. Gougle will entertain this week Thursday. Boih Girls and Boys Win— The basketball teams played the Vernon consolidated teams last week Tuesday evening, and both local teams were victorious, the girls' game ending 37-31, and the boys' game, in two overtime periods, ending 26-24. Seventh Dornbier Child— A 5 Ib. 4-oz. girl was born last week Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier, who now have four sons and three daughters. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Harold Brooks, St. Paul, and her daughter Linda came a week ago Saturday for a visit at the former's parental Charles Kraus home and to attend the wedding of her brother Don to Jean Ketchen, Emmetsburg, Sunday. Don is at home on furlough from the European war zone. Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root attended a recent two-day hardware convention at Minneapolis. Mrs. Irene Studer meanwhile cared for the Root household duties and the three Root children. Beatrice Hildman is now at Edw. Hildman's, where Mrs. Hildman, who was returned recently from a week at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, is confined to bed part of the time. Mrs. R. C. Bauer will be hostess to her bridge club this week Thursday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet next Monday evening. The Study club met Thursday with Mrs. Al Wagner. Whittemore Air Wac Visits Here- Agnes Kilian, Air Wac from Washington, D. C., lately spent a few days with friends here. She has been in the service a few months, and was having a 15-day "urlough. Her sister Elizabeth ives at Algona, and the girls are • aughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Kilian, former Wesley 'armers. 'iard Club Entertains— Mrs. George Hildman and her Jaughter Beatrice entertained heir 500 club Thursday after- loon, and Mrs. Jos. Studer was i guest. Mrs. George Kemper '.•on high, Mrs. Studer was low, nd Mrs. J. P. Hauptman won The Methodist W. S. C. S. will hold regular meetings after a short vacation. President Annabelle Behlmer announces a business meeting this week Thursday, and hostesses will be Mrs. A. Rochleau, Mrs. Eldcn Shaw, and Mrs. Carl Ebert. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidpn- with have rec2ived word from their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Mankato, that her husband had left for Oelwein, la., having been promoted to assistant manager of ?. Montgomery Ward store THERE IS ALWAYS A SUPPLY of cash register and adding machine rolls for sale at the Advance shop. J. T. M€UR€R : ••• ••• ••••• WE8LEY,,IOWA . , > ,,,,, Repairing and Oiling Harness * Bring' them in now. Don't wait, for rush. * Anything ma<l« from leather we can make it. 2 blocks south of Creamery Cotton's Improved Austra Whites This year raise some of Cotton's Austra White Baby Chicks Truly a Hardy Winter Layer. 3fr. B. B. of Cylinder, la., bought GOO straight run Austru White chicks last spring—now lias 280 layers getting over 200 eggs ner day. Name will he gladly furnished. FIRST HATCH MARCH 1 Cotton's Hatchery, Lone Rock, la. Duroc Jersey Bred Sow Sale February 14,1945 AT FARM 2 MILES NORTH, 1 EAST of Renwick, Iowa These are the best lot ever to leave the farm, They will he big; lots of ham and in nice condition. Jired to two of the outstanding boars of today—come and be convinced that Durocs eau be bred thick.Write for catalog. Send all buying orders to the Fieldmau or Auctioneer. We guarantee their judgment. W. H. Helmke & Son there. Mr. Walker, who started as clerk in a Ward store at Masan City a year ago last November, was in December a year ago transferred to Mankato to take over the first floor of the men's department. He will now move his family to Oelwein as soon as living quarters can be found. Pvt. Harold Voigt arrived at Fort Dodge last Wednesday, and was met there by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, who brought him here on a 7-day fur- lottgh. Me has been stationed nt Gamp Hood, Tex., but is now due for a new assignment. ' S ' .' Mrs. Oscar 'Polrot, l*afk Rapids, Minn., has been visiting at her brother Frank Spilles and his family. Mrs. Spilles Hfcs been at Frank Burke's with Her mother 1 , Mrs. Mary., Kleinfen, during the absence of Mr. .and Mrs, Burke, who attended the'funeral of a brother-in-law of Mr. Burke, John Ryan, Chicago. . ... Mrs. Nona Butler suffered, .a broken arm in a fall last Wedneg- JVW45. dW when she was going- home from church. \ \ jBmelene Alig returned a week ago to her duties at the Norton hjmberyard at Algona, Freda M. ' "ig to Chicago, where she is in -[. S- treasury employ, Maymp Alig to Ames, where she works in a bank, and Ensign Genevieve A ig to her duties in a San Diego Calif., naval station hospital All' intended the wedding O f their sis- .ter-Aurelia .to George Besch last ik Monday. Kossuth County Hatchery We are again open for busings Coll Today and Book Your Orders for 1945 209 East State Algona, Phone 800 21-22-23 PlllllllliHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI^ AUCTION SALE • • ' ' : • . ..,.••••''. '-I'' -:• i • S I Three Sets of Household Goods I I Saturday, February 3rd 1 = 1:00 o'clock P.M. At the City- Hall in Luverne ii ^ All of the household goods of Luther Johnson will be sold =| H at auction. Also the household goods from the Reinhold =| =5 Lenz Estate willjpe sold. Also the household goods of the s ill find a lot of ff lly in the Luther jj| y good line oi' § ded to make Cal- s their household s s Henrietta Volz Estate will be sold. You H good household goods in this group, especij S Johnson household goods. They have a ve H household goods and now that they have dec s ifornia their residence, they have ordered = goods to be sold. This will include an ;almcst new Majestic s H Range, oil stove, breakfast set, dining room set, and living == |j room suite; also piano, kitchen utensils and: cream separator. 5 Luther Johnson by Carl Johnson 5 Reinhold Lenz by Edw. Lenz, Adm. § Henrietta Volz by J. A. Nelson, Adm. S S H, Brummond, Auctioneer Farmers :ate Bank, Clerk 3 ^illillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillW REGISTERED BROWN SWISS DISPERSAL SALE les north of the Sale We will hold a Dispersal Sale at the farm located 1 Barn at Algona, Iowa, on Highway 169 on Thursday Feb. 8 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 34 - Brown Swiss Cattle - 34 SS ° f i » ^ S i Stered a "? * srade Brown S wis * mcludilg 31 females and 3 ' yS ° Id> dam b Treba>s DeI ' Stered a " * srade Brown M H IT. > dam by Treba>s DeI P ha ' 603 Idella K's King, 48210. 1 Bull, 15 months old, dam, * ' IOWa> Q "-l»tt:«df f five months old. -spring, 5 co l ng 2 . year olds and 31 females and 3 sired by loalo's ie's Colleee Girl This is one of the best herds of Brown Swiss in northen Iowa " a™ " you are MACHINERY: l ?™\ ~™ p ! antor in *»* 7 — ^ iw n • , ^ . • X " 14 £t> disc ' lron whee l wagon McCormick Decrmg cream separator, 2 brooder houses heater, Surge 2 unit milking machine, used 1 year. ' FEED: 3rd ™" ing alfalfa ha * W«l; alout 10 tons 1st cut- baled 5 approximately 10 tons dfalfa loose in barn; complete with 80 rods post drill, No. 3 electric hot water Some small tools. 2«n h*l tmg , alfal£a ha y> baled 5 approximately 10 tons dfalfa loose in ba 200 bales good straw in barn. Some second cutting clover, loose in barn US ^ ^"^ ^ °*> if ^ ^ld I^fore s S 500 us IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD BROWN smss- -DON'T MISS THIS SALE ON THURSDAY, F 500 Bushel SWISS^HEAVY MILKERS BRUARY 8 McGregor & Bailey •tmnaavc. f»v1 TI CJ IPV *-. . . *r Auctioneers: Col. H. S. Duncan Creston Col. L. A. Matern, Algona Burt'Sayings Bank, Clerk

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