Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA 30 Seconds Over Tokyo Studers Wed Sixty Years- Mr, and Mrs. Gregory Studer, who have lived in the vicinity of St. Benedict since the early 1880s, celebrated high mass at the Catholic church there Sunday morning in observance of their 60th wedding anniversary. Father Neppel read the mass and the attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Bruxer, of River Grove, 111., Mrs. Bruxer toeing the youngest daughter, Ellcnora. The three youngest grandsons, Frances and Denis Dorr, James Arend and a grand-nephew, Win. Dunlap, were servers. Mr. Studer was born at St. Agatha, Canada, Dec. 26, I860,' and had lived in Illinois and Ackley before coining to Kossuth as a young man of 23 in 1880, Mrs. Studev was born Mary Ann Ludwig at Spillville, August 12, 1861, and came to this county in 1880 with her brother George Ludwig. That was in the early days when roads were only trails across the prairies and they made the trip in winter with a team and bob sled. When they reached Mason City it had stormed and they had to break the road from there to Wesley, a distance of some -10 miles. She and her brother lived on a farm their father had bought east of St. Benedict and that place was .her home till she married Gregory Studer, Jan. 27, 1885. They started homemaking on a 200-acre farm east of St! Benedict and they have lived their entire married life in Kossuth county. In addition to his farming Mr. Studer also engaged in road contracting after moving to town and was assessor and township treasurer for ten years. They now spend their clays quietly enjoying the companioship of their children .and grandchildren and Mrs. Studer remains quite active. They raised a family of 11 children, sev3n of whom' are living, they are: Mrs. Frances Fasbender, Stacyville; Mrs. Regina Dorr, SI. Benedict; Mrs. Victoria Arend, deceased; Mrs. Mary McKenna, St. Benedict; Mrs. Clara Morso, ^nd Clemens Studer, deceased; Mrs. Celcstina Morso, San Francisco; Mrs. Magdalena Morso, St. Benedict; Mrs. Genevieve Wimmer, Adams, Minn.; Mrs. Ellenora Bruxer, River Grove, 111.; Leaner Studer, deceased. There are 38 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren living. Mr. and Mrs. Studer held open house Sunday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Activities of Algona U. S. W Mrs. D. D. Monlux, state president of the United Service Women, talked at a meeting of the local unit last week Monday at the high school building and told ol the work now being done for service men in hospitals. The women are now making drapes for the new wing at a nurses' home at the Schiek hospital, Clinton, and are also working on wool quilts, a quota of 2,500 having been assigned Iowa women. Tea was served in the school dining room by the officers, Mesdames Sam Medin, A. W. Amunson, Fred Geigcl, W. G. Curtis, D. D. Monlux, Otto Schmidt, Claude Sampson, Atha Hardgrove, B. D. Sandberg, Tobitha Wilson, and George Conklin. Membership in the Algona unit now numbers 190. including 11 received into membership at this meeting: Mesdames: Jean Ulrich, Franr.es Grantham, Vernice and Norma Reynolds, Anna Torine, Marie Minard, Rckie Anlik- cr, Bertha Dettman, Laura Stevens, Beula McMahon, and Helen Comfort. At a previous meeting Mesdames Rose Sigsbee, Pearl Pot-' ter, Jennie Yeoman, Edna Mitchell, Laura Raney, and Pearl Simpson joined the group. | The USW rooms over the Iowa Stale bank are open each afternoon. There is much work to be done, because of the mounting toll of wounded soldiers, and volunteer help will be appreciated, j .Algonian Weds on Coast— \ The mun-ij.'^j of Maxine Brunei- age, storekeeper 3-c. in the Waves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Algona, to J. W. Biggers, storekeeper 2-c. in the i Coast Guards, son of Mrs. T. C. '' Biggers, Tuckeman, Ark., took place Friday, January U), at 7 p. m. at the Central Lutheran church, Oakland, Calif. The Rev. Anste Severston, minister of the church, read a sini>lu- ring ceremony at a candlelight service. The bride wore her' Wave uniform, with a white orchid corsage. Mrs. R. B. Solomon, Wave from Ogclen, Utah, was the bride's attendant, and was also in uniform, with a white orchid corsage. Storekeeper 2-c. George Goekle, of Des Moines, was best man. The bride's mother was in attendance and wore a black dress, with a purple orchid corsage. After a wedding trip to San Jose and Carmel, the couple returned to Oakland, where an apartment was in readiness. Evelyn Murray, Teacher, Weds— Evelyn Murray, principal of the Third Ward school, and Sgt. Jake Everhart, of the P.W. camp, left Thursday for Batavia, where they were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Murray. The newlyweds returned to Algona Sunday. The sergeant had been granted a ten-day furlough, but-had to come back to report Monday. The couple will leave today, and will be gone all week. The bride is expected to resume teaching. During her ab- sence Mrs. Dorothy stituting. Lucille Roeihier Shower— Mesdames Jos. Faber. John Frideres, Matt Faber, and Jos. Willger wove hostesses at a pn-:- nifptial shower at. the academy Sunday afternoon for Lucille, Dcwel is sub-1 Mrs. Geo. Cpnklin's and Mrs. Henry Gudcrian's respectively; Circles C and D. 2:30, with Mrs. Edna Harr and Mrs..C. L. Bailey respectively. Past Moircns to Meet— The past matrons of the O. E. „„., ..._ „,. ^,. , J ,._ l ,^,, S. will hold their monthly meet- daughter ol' Mrs. Vei-onira Roeth-1 ing at the Masonic Temple today ler, west of town, who will be! at one o'clock luncheon. The married Sunday. February 7. to > committee in charge is Mesdames Irvin Kramer, Bancroft. There i Laura T. Chubb. Viva Peterson, were some 150 guests, and the j and Leora St. John. entertainment consisted of bridge! and 500. The bride received many i OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. gifts. Lunch was served by the i The Congregational Woman's hostesses, who are aunts of Miss association will meet at the Roethler. i church Thursday for one o'clock j luncheon, Mrs. Albert Granzow's TlffeSDAY. JAKUABV FOR SALE—6 BLACk FACED yearling breeding ewes—Alfred Jergensen, Algona. 12p21 FOR . SALE—TAMES HAY IN stack, 1% miles east of Burt.— G. W. Patterson. 12u21-22 FOR SALE—10 Ms FT. KOVAR springrtooth •harr / ow on wheels. —Walter Kockler, Bancroft. ".•''• 12p21 RAISE COTTON'S IMPROVED Austra Whites; quick maturing, heavy winter layers; males sell for heavies. — Cotton Hatchery , Lone Rock, la. 17u21tf i -' IFOR SALE—20 HEAD DUROC I brood sows. Start to farrow 1 first of April and May; 2-14's Oliver tractor plow( almost new.— Jake Meyer, Wesley. 25(2)tr FOR SALE—SOUTH BEND deluxe range and circulating heater.—Henry Engstrom, Burt. Ilp21 FOR SALE—FIVE GOOD gilts, 1 farrow early May; six pen circular hog house; 10x12' brooder house.—Paul Blumer, Livermore, phone Luverne 2559. 22p21 FOR SALE—GOOD PRODUC- ing fresh Holstein. cow. — Don Webner, 4 mi. south of Corwith. 14p21 30, FOR SALE—1929 1%-ton Chev- r.olet truck. — John Wallace, Fenton, phone 357. 12p20-21 FOR SALE—WHITE ENAMEL kitchen range. Used 2 months. —George Volentine, Burt, phone 4-97. 14p21 FARM FOR SALE—160 ACRES, all tillable, high producing soil, good improvements, electricity, 2% miles from town; 35% down payment, rest like rent.—George Doocy, mile east on No. 9, and 2% miles south f Swea City. 33p21 WANTED—MARRIED MAN for farm work, experienced; separate house.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. ' . 12p21-22 FOR SALE—STACK OF HAY, also some baled alfalfa and red clover.—Call Leo McEnroe, phone 30F21. I2p21 FOR SALE—TWO-ROOM house. Three mi. east and 1% mi. south of Burt. — Joe Heider- soheidt. 14p21 PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J..Hewlett & Sons, 6 miles south and one mile east of Britt. - ' . I5uotf -^ ' , FOR SALE—MODERN HOUSE 5 rooms and bath, garage, close in; priced to sell;—See D. D. Monlux. 17p21 BOR SALE — LIVING ROOM suite in mohair Freize, also 9x12 wool rug; both less than a year old. Can't tell from new.— Inquire at Advance office. 27p21 FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17ul8tf j FOR SALE—25-20 WINCHES-! I ter repeater with box shells; 11 •. 22 Remington automatic, shoots , long rifle shells. — Phone 38-20, ' Gordon Haase, Fenton. 25p21 FOR SALE—CALIFORNIA OR- j anges, $2.98 per bushel; Texas .grapefruit, $2.69 per bu.; extra , fancy Winesap apples, $4.19 per bushel at Consumers Food Store. 23u21 WE WISH TO THANK FLOYD'S and our friends for the comforting letters, cards, and words in our recent sad loss of our beloved son and brother.—Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott, Merril Stott, Mrs. Vernon Pederson, Mrs. Leo Immerfall. 30p21 FOR SALE — RUBBER-TIRED' wagon, 10-in. Let?. Burr Mill No, 229, with blower attached, practically new. Team of bay . mares 7 and 2. Well matched, sound and gentle; also a very good harness .and new collars.— L. C. Balvance, 5Vz mi. S. E. Lakota. 37p20-21 Boy Celebrales Birlhday— Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, celebrated his third birthday Saturday by entertaining at a party in the afternoon. Guests were Mrs. William Finn, son Jimmy; Mrs. Everett Anderson, her children. Phil, M~ircia, Tommy; Jimmy's grnndmothsr, Mrs. Antone Anderson; Mrs. Fred Monger; David Passmorc; David Joe Richardson; and Jimmy's brother Jerry Bob. Lunch was served and each child was £ivcn a clown bean bag. Michael Stroil Nine; Party— County Engineer and Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained six boys Sunday in honor of tho nephew Michael Streit, who \vas nine that day. Attending were Richard Amunson, Billy Dcwel, Don circle in charge. Mrs. H. R. Cowan will lead devotions, and Mrs. T-ee Reed will talk on race prejudice. The Methodist W. S. C. S. will hold a monthly meeting in the fhurch Thursday, and one o'clock luncheon se r ved by Circle No. 2. Mrs. Keal Smith will lead devotions, -nd Mrs. R. W. Anderson will give a lesson. The First Lutheran Dorcas society will meet Thursday at 2:30 with Mrs. A. F. Thompson, 509 • So. Wooster. Assisting hosteses: I Mesdames L. E. Hovey, Loren I Thorpe, E. B. Carlson. | The Rotary club entertained ; the Anns last evening at a dinner party at the Algona hotel. The after-dinner entertainment was a war movie. Mrs. Laura T. Chubb enter- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. —Sargent & Co., phone 360, Algona, . 13u20tf WANTED TO RENT — FARM. Full line of equipment. Two tractors.—David McGregor, Al • gona, la. 13p20-21 FOR SALE — 61 McCORMICK- Deering combine with motor. Ceiling price. — Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 15p21 FOR SALE--SHEPHERD PUPS from heeling stock; males, $8; females, $7.—Henry Pergande, 1 mi. N. W. Lu Verne. 18p21-22 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowalf, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone'275, Algona. 13ul8tf MR. L. W., FENTON, IOWA, reports 707o production from 300 of Cotton's Improved-Type Austra Whites. Wonderful livability. —Krite Cotton's Hatchery, Lone Rock, la. 20u21tf FOR SALE—2 SADDLE horses,'. one spotted coining four yrs. I old with foal, and eleven-year-old sorrel gelding.—5 mi. west and 3 ' rni. north of Algona, Donald. Erickson. 30p21 '< 35 PUREBRED CHESTER White bred pits for sale, will farrow in Mn'cri and April; extra good cilts from large litters. — George Wolf, Luverne, Iowa, Corwith phone 3CF16. 26ulf KEEP THE RECORDS straight! j The right form helps so much.' We can prepare the kind youj nee"-) quiclily find at small cost i 44 REGISTERED. SPpTTED PO- land China bred gilts, at auction 3 miles northwest of Fair- ' mont Thursday, February 8th, 1 o'clock. Choice, thick, low down gilts, with excellent hams, mated to two top boars for March and April farrow. Write for catalog. Arnold Krahmer, Fairmont, Minn. 43u20-21 A CHOICE IMPROVED 80-acre farm has just been listed with us; good land, bldgs. complete, electrified, pressure water systems, on good gravel road5 miles from Algona's business center. Possession Mar. 1, 1946. Your chance. 'See us at once. — H. D. Hutchins, Realtor, 110 So. Dodge St., Algona. U 21 SALE DATES Tues., Feb. 13—Closing out, Mrs. Rhoda Dunn, 4V 2 miles N. E. of ^'"-t on-W. E. McDonald farm. Friday, Feb. 16 — Closing out sale, Clinton Waltman, Burt, 40 rods south of Main street. LISTEN .TO LISA SERGIO ... BLUE NETWORK ... EVERY FORMULA 70...wmch dry skin become smoother, .softer quickly with the regular use of Botany lanolin Formula 70. Richer in lanolin, Ihe precious . oil that helps maintain oil balance. Knead it gently into your skin once or twice a week and "Feel the Difference." $1.25,- $2. d rsc 1 II nill e You may find this Item "Victory Packed," but the quality remain: unchanged.! c y<™; KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf aid Heiscrodt, Eugene Hoenck, 1 tainecl her bridge club at one and. Calvm Tschetter. Michael is' o'clock luncheon Thursday the son nf Mr. and Mrs " r T : and Mrs. M. J Streit. Tho bnvs attended the movie "Sergeant Mike,' then had ice cream and cake at the Smith home. large Shower for Miss Vigdal— A miscellaneous i-howor wns given Sunday in honor of Ma- cielia Vic;clal ;a Carl Vigclal's. Algona, find 500 was played at four tables. Alice Faulstick \v;.s hiah, Mrs. Arthur Leek law. and Shirley Carpenter won door. Miss ViiicUil will become the bride of Melvin Walker, Algona, next Sunday. She received a number of gift.-. Annivers?ry CeJebraiod— A surprise party Sunday evening tit Mr. and Mrs. John Von Bank's, Irvir.gU-.r. honored the couple's 21st wedding anniversary. Lunch was furnished by the quests, who were the A. J. Kisnheids, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guderian. Don Gudorian, and the W. A. Woods. Bapiisi Women May Uniie— A movement is on foot for uni-! fication of all local Baptist women's organizations, and it will be be discus-:-d •-•( :• meeting at the church this week Thursday oven-j ing. Mesdames Wheolock, Bow- : man, Medin, Black. R. G. Cook, and Raney, also Mis.s Ingersoll will serve refreshments. " i Birlhday is Observed— \ Walter Wood. Irvington, was taken by surprise Friday evening, when friends arrived to help him celebrate his Gist, birthday. Lunch was brought by the fiuests: tho John Von Banks, the' A. J. Eischeids, the Don Glider- i ians, the Leonard Woods, and Ar- : thur Maas. ' Church Circle Meetings— j The Presbyterian church circles will meet Thursday: Circles A 1 and B, one o'clock luncheons at THE FOXES ARE FOXY. Sportsmen at both Bancroft and Tilonka staged fox hunts Sun' day. hut the foxes were too foxy for the Bancroftcrs. and at Ti- ionka only two red foxes were taken in an afternoon hunt. County Auditor Immerfall reoorts bounties of a dollar each paid on 33 red foxes in December. SAVINGS-LOAN WANTED—MARRIED MAN for farm work; house with water and electricity. — Hugh Black, 1 phone 8F24, Algona. 16u20-21 FOR SALE—CHOICE POLLED Hereford bulls. Serviceable age. Priced reasonable.—-Elmer Kubly, 5 mi. east, of Lu Verne.. 17p20-21 'FOR SALE—RED SHORTHORN bull, 1-year-old, Mc-D. 2-row horse cultivator, brooder house 9x15.—Henry Engstrom, Burt, 18p21 (Continued from Pago One.) veterans needing ?. start to home ownership. Under recently enact- od led oral laws, it is expected that the association's activities in 'his field will become important ;;s the wars end and the veterans come home. The association is prepared to make such loans on a large scale. ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and quality; also Shorthorn bulls, ready for j service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf WITH DEEPEST GRATITUDE we extend this word of thanks for the many kind acts of sympathy expressed by thought ful friends. These kindnesses have : meant much to us.—Leo Hanig i ! Family. 3Qp2l i iFOR SALE—TWO PUREBRED | | Guernsey bulls 8 and 12 mos.! old; also two grade cows or heif-! ers, 5-ycar herd average over 400 • Ibs. fat.—Stuart E. Butterfield, j ; Swea City, % mile W., Ve mile S. : Phone 108. 34u21 FOR SALE—1929 FORD Pickup, ! good tires and motor; 1 also washing machine with Briggs & Stratton motor.—Henry Studer, Luverne, la. ' 20p21 FOR SALE—10x16 BROODER house; insulated; new last year;i also Macomb electric brooder.— i Her.man Becker, 1 mi. E. of Irv- I ington... ' • 20p2i; FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN-1 j ishing. Heavy commercial i equipment. Portable power plant, j —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., .phone' 275, Algona. 14ul8tfl FOR SALE — 3-ROOM HOUSE, wired.—Leonard Dittmer, Burt. 9p20-21 WANTED—MARRIED MAN ON farm.—P. M. Chvistenson, Lone Rock. 7ul9tf WANTED—FARMERS who have spare time to sell and service a line of Mineral feed and live- • stock supplies; also openings for 1 district managers who can put in' full time.—Midwest Mineral Co., 1 Grinnell, Iowa. 34p21 FOR SALE—160 A. FARM near Tilonka. Good house and barn. Other buildings fair; farm needs | some more tiling; good soil;' $95 ' an acre. Possession March 1 if I bought at once.—See C. W. Nic-' oulin, Algona, Iowa. 34u21-22 FOR SALE—TWO 1%-volt radios with power pack batteries,, one 2 years old, other three, completely overhauled. — Clarence Nelson, Wesley. p21 FARM FOR SALE—160 A. WIN- nebago county, well improved, well drained; electricity; drilled well. Possession March 1, 1945;, $125. Long term contract—In-1 quire of owner, Avery Fitch, phone 17-96, Burt. 30p21-23 A Weekly Nev/s/aper. Entered as SECOND CLASS MATTER DECEMBER 31, 1908, at the postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under the Act of March 8, 1879. INSULATE NOW! FOR A Eagle-Pitcher Water-Proof Blown Home Insulation Installed Estimate Call 275 8 years experience Thousands of satisfied users \ Cowan Building Supply Co. Daisies won't tell but you can, by the sparkle in his eye wh" he sees you in t mbroidered in on an all-occasion fabnc A.D.Juir.ardfcCo.Size S 9ton, Chrischilles Store FOR SALE—SIX YEARLING calves.—Charles Egel, Irvington- 10u21 FOR SALE—200 BALES OF straw.—Ralph Walker, Whittemore, la. irjp21 FOR SALE — FARMALL F-I2 tractor and cultivator.—Adolph Girres, Wesley. 10p21-22 WANTED TO BUY—SAFE AND show case.—Alden McAdams, Swea City, la. Ilp20-21 — is not based on the price per gallon but on the amount of surface each 3dllon will cover and on the number of years of satisfactory seivice and appearance. Paint and varnish quality becomes evident only after the material is applied and subjected to Ions exposure. For economy and satisfaction, use products bearing this seal of protection. 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