Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1945
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1PBILJ ULL WORLD, ALGONA HAWAII (laxine Caldwell and I ft former Algona Girl Meet. Caldwell Sp (Y) 3-c a s written hef mother, y Caldwell, here, that "Wave group she was with. / safe journey to Hawaii, .„ ihe eirls arc to be station- ire W"- * rpu Q nnnnn trin . months. The ocean trip KOSSUTH COUNTY AD^ANC^, AfcGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVHJ ews H E M Lr 7 Wt £ tCnd a " dghth ^triot mectingT from Lorn?WJh TV rSaturuda y Mr - a «d Mrs. Oliver Moe, many SThad vl5»orl 'n ? lir -ul vhcro years A1 6° ni ans, have disposed of month daughter a most of their Algona property. m ™. . _, i They recently hought their sec- oaroi Jean Sloan, Sioux City,! ond house at Clearwater, Fla,, ^ ..?__u?* c l at , Forcsl City, was j and they moved into it last week. ' ' c lhc Rcv ' and Patricia, daughterof Oity Supt. ,. , ar >d Mrs. C. U. Pollard who is a ,„ , 8 , nd Mrs> Nccl Down-ing, of student nurse at St. Mary's hos- MarshalltDwn, left Monday, after Pital, Rochester, left Sunday to Falls, where Mr. Coleiman is employed ,in a hardware store. Loren Larson, MM2-c. in the Seabees, arrived V/ednesday from the Bermudas, where he had Dodge to visit the Matt Streits, who moved there from Algona April 1. Mrs. Lewis Marshall left last week Tuesday for Shepherd .— , ,. ,' »» . 1 wuuiv j.uu3Ucty lor Dnepnera been stationed a year. He has a i! Fieldi K ans., to visit her husband, furlough of 30 days, part of which he is spending with his stationed there in air corps radio service. Mrs. Marshall, who is the s s ' and en r i . i eather both fair and foul. j« Caldwell was to be as- S to a base last week Mon- nd she wrote that on the "' M . _1_.. 4.Urt rfiflej n7«T*n • a week here with their daughter Mrs. Richard Norton. Pfc. and Mrs. Donald H. Craft returned last midweek from a return to duty, after a three. weeks vacation parents. here with her N. C. Rice was a patient at the Kosusth hospital a few days last honeymoon trip of. several days at Des Moines and Ames. , . , Jeanetie Jacobson, high school : w hcn_high fever developed it was week. He had a severe cold, and , - — -»« — »., illfil I OLinjUl , » L L 4. i * history teacher, spent tht- week- ] I;? 0 "?]!". best to hospitalize him. end at Iowa City with a former' '"""' ; M ij n g Sunday the girls were j roommate, Mrs. Jack Turner, on a tour which included ; Mrs. Mary K. Sands, of the ., -, ,i ., _<-• ,, f»civn_u. JVAIO. ividi&iicui, wiiu is me mother, Mrs. Hattie Larson, then former Alma Baldwin, daughter go to Dubuque for the remainder )of Mr and Mrs Bert B Baldwin, of the time. From Dubuque hej tool <. her two months ld baby wall report at Dansville, R. I. with hcl>i and repor t c d back that First Lt. Don' P. Dowel's latest;owing to high water in Kansas address is Hill Field, Ogden, i her train' 1 was delayed several Utah. The nature of his assignment there has not .been learned here. His brothers S.-Sgt. Gordon Dewel, assigned to an evacuation hospital, and Capt. R, C. Dewel, dentist in a field hospital, were both in Germany with-General Patch's army at last reports. Mrs. Eleanora Espe, 'deputy county recorder, received a telegram April 16 from her husband, hours. Walter Beard&ley arrived Wcdnesda'y from Kansas City on a few days leave with his parents Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Walter,; who is with the army air corps, was promoted to .first lieutenant in March. He is in army, flight service, and follows flight craft over several states, advising-them by radio of • nark — •! v ,-..' ki beach (which was disap- < county treasurer's office spent z) an aviary in a beauti- 1 the weekend at St. James,' Minn. ' : 'and to a high point oy-, where she visited at her son Ver- i - 1U - ocean. Ths beach ner's. ' sof white sand, with tall pines i Mrs. John T. McGuiro left i lush vegetation. The trip was Wednesday for Rochester to be j icluded with a drive through i with her brother Allen Burtis, ' , residential section of Hono- j who was to have a stomach opcr- I ation. ! ies are mostly of the bun-1 Mrs. Irene Gilmore spent from ' ,„ type, Miss Caldwell said,; Friday till Monday at Clear Lake "there arc flowers every- at her son Marion's. Mr. Gilmore , with brilliant and profuse is principal of the high school. p^s, also shrubbery.and vines there. * j [luxurious they almost obscure Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman I t houses from view. | and Mrs. James Stillman, Dolli-' jter dinner the girls were as-j vcr, were guests Sunday at the hied in state, groups to be ' T,. P. Stillman son Judge G. W. lographed, .and it was then Stillman's. ,. Miss Coldwell decided thati Mrs. Albert Forsburg spent the i world is a .small place .after j weekend at Sioux City with her ' [for she was approached by a i daughter June, cadet nurse in, tang woman who asked, "Arc training at St. Joseph's hospital u the girl from Algona?" Then there. e stranger asked whether Miss i Mr. and Mrs. C. J'. Lichter, of ' lldwell knew Mary Ellen Wors-j Ochcyeclan, were over Sunday r r and 'Chuck' Nicoulin. I guests of the latter's mother and is girl identified herself as sister, Mrs. Anna Gill and Mrs. Lee Fish, Grinnell college LeRoy McWhorter respectively, lent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jos. Wadleigh returned E. Fish, of Collins, la. Mr. last week Tuesday from St. Paul, |sh lived here many years ago where she had spent two weeks, en he was the Kossuth boys after having been called there by I call club leader. On leaving word th?t .->. brother was sick, e Mr. Fish bought a farm a Mrs. Mabel Kerndt ,and Robert .eout of Collins in Story coun- Kerndt, Chicago, who arrived last fwhere the family still lives. | week Thursday to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'T. H. Ohrischilles, will leave for home tomorrow. akes Good in a n/i'i't o L. 1 i Mrs - trecl snaier. Mason City, Military bchOOl I and her daughter Kay spent Frim Kenefick, younger son of. day to Sunday with the former's Marguerite Kenefick, grand- \ mother, Mrs. Jos. Paxson, whose lof Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moe,''birthday was celebrated Satur- lerly Algona, has been named day. of the Florida military acad- ] H. C. Snyder spent from Tnurs- brightest cadets. He is a day till Monday at Des Moines , and was one of six cadets j with his brother Herbert and :ving highest averages for i with their parents Mr. and Mrs. semester's .work at the ! J- E. Snyder, Who live at Humes- ly. A senior, he achieved I ton. , average of 93.40. As reward j Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller will 'Heir standings the six boys ! move this weekend to the Mrs. granted Sunday evening Sabin house on west McGregor. for the rest of the school The house the Fullers have had I been sold to County Engineer » and Mrs. H. M. Smith. FORUM TO MEET. I Mrs. A. Hutchison, who had |The Congregational Men's For- been confined to the house since i will meet at the church to- j January, was able to have dinner irrow evening for 6:30 dinner! with her son Donald and his fam- Ned by Mrs. W. P. French's cir- ily Saturday night, 'the occasion The program will 'be in being Donald's birthday. •ge of County Attorney H. W. | Mrs. D. D. Monlux left yester- and Lt. R. B. Wialler will day for Burlington to attend a I meeting of first district United Treatment was effective, and he was released Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe.with the son Larry, the daughter Mrs. Howard Buehler, the latter's baby, all of Ames, and Kate Skinner were weekend guests of the Anton Didriksens, Mrs. L. N. Thorpe, and the B. A. Thorpes. Mrs. Pearl Potter, who had been visiting her sons Lyman and Durwood at Long Beach, Calif,, got home early today, called because of her mother Mrs. Jessie Dalziel's condition preceding death Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, who recently sold the Handy Grocery store on So. Minnesota, will continue to live here. Her mother,. Mrs. Anna Gill, 94; lives with her, and they plan to visit relatives and friends at intervals this summer. Mrs. H. A. Jennings, Titonka, is at her son Fred's one and one- fourth miles southwest of Algona, helping care for Mrs. Jennings Jr., who was bedfast two weeks, but is now improving and is able to be about the house some of the ime. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Janse, loustpn, Tex., with their small on Jimmy, will arrive today to isit the doctor's parents, Dr. and ATS. P. V. Janse. 'It is three ears since H. M. was last here. He is an ear, nose, and throat peceialist. Mrs. Clinton Lighter left last week Tuesday for Manson to vis- t friends till Sunday night. Her daughter Mrs. LeRoy Peterson, lumboldt, and the latter's two mall daughters are living with he Lighters here while Mr. Pet- •rson is in service. Relatives here to attend the Harold Dearchs memorial service ast week were the sisters Mrs. luth Casey, Iowa City, and Mary ~j. Dearchs, Ocs Moines; alsq^the, Brother Raymond and his wife" Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs, »V. E. Ley, Lakota. Mrs. Casey was accompanied by her daugh- ,er Sandra Lee. Mrs. Bert Deal took her granddaughter Kathie Coleman to the atter's home at Cedar. Falls Thursday, after Kathie had spent three weeks here. Kathie is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al !oleman, and the Colemans mov-, ed last year from here to Cedar 2-c. Milton Espe, saying he had j bad weather or other flight haz- arrived in the States that day, after service in the Pacific area 20 months. He left California Saturday and is expected here today. Without explanation Ben F. ard. Mrs. Gordon' K. Schmidt gave birth to a six pound 12 ounce boy at the General hospital here Thursday morning. The baby has been named Michael Jon. Sorensen has written to ask that father, T.-Sgt. Gordon His rjr the address of his Algona papers Schmidt, is in "the European com- be changed from Anderson, Ind., | bat area. Little Michael Jon is to 1707 Leighton ave., Los Ange- the first grandchild for Mr. and Ies. Mr. Sorensen, and his father Mrs. Otto Schmidt, Algona, also before him, for a good many i for Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoov- years conducted what is now the j er, of the Doan neighborhood. Barker drug store here. Mrs. Sam Smith, who had been ents, Mr..and Mrs. Jennings, who farm north of Sexton, a month after leaving the hospital. Karen, 5-year.old motherless daughter of Don Hutchins, is anticipating a long train ride alone with enthusiasm. She has been at her uncle Eugene's here, but today her father has come from Des Moines to get her, and tonight she will be put aboard the Rock Island Rocket for Colorado Springs to join her sister Sandra, 6, who is living at the home of the uncle Lt. Col. Paul Hutchins, of the Second army air corps. The colonel and his Manitou, Colo. family live at Karen will ar- iff! i v WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 25-2« Mrs. Kenneth M. Smith and her, son Duncan Drew are expected seriously sick at Kossuth hospital tomorrow from Cedar Falls to and plburisy,' visit the former's parents, Mr.and ambulance to Mrs. D, H. Norton, then return her home on South Minnesota to their home at San Antonio, Tuesday, but has since developed , Tex. They had visited relatives weeks, a lieu- with pneumonia was returned by' phlebitis, and will have to re-i at Cedar Falls several main in bed for some time.'"She is Mrs. SrnifeTi's husband the former Gertrude Laing. is tenant, colonel in a medical corps, !«•' Dr. C. D. Schaap surprised his and has .been stationed in Eng- wife Saturday when he'arrived ; kind two years, from Mare Island, Calif-., 'tin 1 21- i Mr. and' Mrs.' Arthur Shiltz, of day leave. He had been hospital-', Bancroft, are. parents of a son ized for a leg injury. The'doctor, born at the Kossuth hospital one a dentist, is a lieutenant'in''.the day last week. The baby is the navy, and has'been assigned to a fifth son .in the family. Mrs. dental hospital in the San Fran- Shiltz is 'the former Lucille Cos- cisco area ever since he enlisted, grove, daughter of former County Mrs. D. L. Schoenfeld, Algona, Supervisor and Mrs. Wm. Cos- left last week Tuesday for Hack- grove, Wesley township. Another ensack, Minn., where the Sohoen- Cosgrove, daughter, Genevieve, a felds have a summer cabin. She graduate nurse, is employed at will remain there till fall, but Mr. Kossuth hospital. Schoenfeld, who owns a farm' Glenn Ray Strayer, 6-year-old southeast of Algona, will be first grade pupil at the high there only part of the time, but school building, was accidentally is going up today for a- month's injured Wednesday after leaving the schoolhouse. He was scuffling with a playmate and fell on a sharp object which cut a deep rive at Colorado Springs tomorrow morning. Lloyd Saire, Emmetsfaurg, secretary-treasurer of the area Production Credit Corp., was in Algona Friday to meet member patrons. There are 252 members, he said, and 75 of them live in Kossuth. H. J. Bode, Algona, is vice president of the organization. Mr. Satre spends every Friday afternoon 1 to 4 o'clock at the Federal Farm Loan association's office here. Field representatives in the area are R. B. Chambers, West Bend, and Oscar L. Thoreson, Swea City. The corporation makes loans for production ptirpns:es to fanners not otherwise serviced. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, who as Rachel Becker was for some years Advance bookkeeper and reporter, has had a letter dated April 12 from her husband, an army sergeant, reporting him in Okinawa, the large island only 350 miles south of Japan which the Marines, the army, and the navy are now reducing. Before service there he was on Leyte in the Philippines. He said he had seen Casper, son of Andrew E. Bestenlehner, Muscatine, nephew of Jos. Bestenlehner here, and Frank Bestenlehner, Whittemore. They met April 11, so Casper was doubtless also on Okinawa. Mrs. Schnakenberg now divides her time between her husband's parents near Irvington and her own in Portland township. I stay. C. C. Secretary C. A. Phillips announces that he has been agreeably surprised to have miany gash, just above one eyeball and rooms offered for students Who! will take advantage of the State' Teachers college summer school to be held here. To date he has. healed enough to permit him to more than 70 listed. Many of the' resume play. students who live in the county | . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabin became in the eyebrow which required four stitches to close. He will be out of school till the wound is will drive .from and to their parents of twins, a boy and a homes. I girl, at the Kossuth hospital Mrs. H. M. Smith has returned ^Vcdnesday. The boy, who has YOUTHFUL HALF-SIZE DRESSES For Women Difficult to Fit from Plattsmouth, Neb., where been, named.Carol John, weighed she visited the Maurice Cullens. 6.V2 Ibs.; 'the. girl, named Carolyn The women are sisters, daughters djane v 5'A ibs. The Sabins live on of- A, Strett ib.«ce.vvMWHiflejJ5,.!«h, thjj^n^^igyj^t^twest.of.Ajs instructor in mechanics in the -aqiia, • and., they, already, had a camp at Plattsmouth. En roil to daughter six yeras old. Mrs. Sa- home Mrs. Smith stopped at Fort bin . plans to stay with her par- Oops—Courthouse Gets New Steps ! i A spectator opined Friday to a reporter that rebuilt steps on the east courthouse front ought to be worth major news mention in view of the 'before and after' appearance. "Before, the steps looked like a last year's bird's nest," he commented, "with wide holes where the wood had rotted away, patches of tin, etc., and the general looks of the premises of Wallaces' Farmer's cartoon character 'Peter Tumbledown.' " The last grand jury took notice of the ICU1I Amazing Picture Will, Your Friend. / .' condition and recommended it be remedied. that By Stripes lend their slimming flattery to this ideal Summer classic •—Smut collar with youthful bow at neckline—Fashioned of a •mart Rayon — Cotton lhat-era- phasiu* • toft attractive new. Kresensky's Little Miss Fashions FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY, APRIL 27-/2S for A Wonderful Spring Suits-Jaekets Styles for the 8 to 14 sizes. In s.rnart all wool suits— herringbone or checks. Several colors to choose, at $14.75, Smart Jackets—in Camef Fleece at $3.98 and Wool Loafer Jacket ; at $7.95.-:•;"_-":: Skirts and Jumpers of Wool and Rayon and Wool— $2.98 to $5.95. And cute Wool Jerkin Sets at $8.95. You always find smart and thrifty clothes for your children at i- ' , . ' Iowa TUES., WED., APRIL 24-25 I 1 I ROY ROGERS Co-Hit CIRCUMSTANTIAL ahOWtO « Of „ ' e 'r Greatest Monsters fxitf/ifr! - I: Fun for the fam ily Sat. nite. Also Post War Inventions. News What Can You Snare. That They Can Wear? SUN., MOM., TUES., WEI)., APRIL '29 UO, MAY 1-2 News HiMT OF ML H "H M( " 1S<! to Dinner. THURS., FBI., SAT. April 26-27-28 YOU'LL HOWL ft SCREAM! with JACK HALEY JEAN PARKER IELA LUGOSI BLACK AKBOW SERIAL

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