Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1945 · Page 6
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WATCH luxtable Home and Auto Supply GEO. REICHERT, AN EX-LAKOTAK, IS DEAD AT 47 , Lnkota, Apr. 23 — Mrs. James I Smith received word recently of ] the death of a nephew, George I R CM chert, 47, at Fairfield. He was | a son O if Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reich- I ert, who .nt one time operated a shoe and harness shop here, but left many years ago. George, after marriage, worked for the Lakota Record a year or mote. Funera] services were held last week * j Monday. The J. C. Reichert fam- + l ily left Lakota when the children were young, and little of George's subsequent career is generally known here. JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OF Tractor Rotary Scrapers ,-ooihesl most simple scraper you ever saw. Fraclional i, load-control lever. Positive trip for Bulldoser plate. Op" f orW ard or backward from iraclor seal. Any boy can [.rate it. *•**• size can be operated with one or two plow li'size, $144.75 ca., plus tax 5-fl. size, $165.95 ea., plus lax Phone calls given preference. F. O. B. MONTGOMERY WARD FARM STORE Mason City, Iowa TWO WAYS TO SHARE Jii'«{ all you can helps prevent |n'n; the country's food ly... assures enough , . « I anybody. , • t • Keeping party line conversa- « lions- brief assure! good serv* |,,- ice for your telephone neighbors, too. Party line sharing gives all folks fair use of the line. All it takes is thoughtfulness in little things like not talking too long . .. answering promptly . . . allowing an interval between calls . . . hanging up quietly when the line is in use. Sharing makes service better for everyone. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Your Studebaker dealer wits your confidence |;V° U WON'T find 9, finer group of Americans any id. • rC la c * vi ^ 8n Wfe than the men who proudly mif y themselves as Studebaker dealers. ^ c |pmg the war effort through conserving transporta- held" theif Constant objective. The old friends they've ' and new Wends they've woo show how much the \ f lc r el»es on them, It's a trust that's well-deserved. THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION •••••pP" B 'Bi«^^^vi*'^Hral9^Miisjfj | KIRK AUTO COMPANY 120 North Thorington St. Algona, Iowa 1*« Noc»tim« kvUurd 11*9 can cm<f truekt .Miss Thornton, Algona, spent weekend before lost at W. F. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gronbach and Mr. and Mrs. Culvert Johnson .spent last week Sunday with the parents of Mesdames Gron- taach and Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Visit by Ex-Lakota Girls- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to Mason City last week Sunday to meet and bring here Harry's nieces, Shirley and Bonna Bell Mussman, Ellsworth, Minn., who left Friday for home iby train from Eslherville. The girls' parents lived here when the girls' father, George Mussman, operated a local hardware store. George and his wife have two .sons, Gage, at home, and Philip, in service. Shirley clerks in a store at Ellsworth, and Bonna Bell is at home. All four children were born here. Sergeant Back lo Job— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke took their son S.-Sgt. Glen Klocke to Mason City last week Tuesday, «nd thence he left by train far camp at Greenville, Tex., following a 30-day furlough with his parents here. Glen was overseas three years, but was returned to the States last fall. Mrs. Henrietta Aaldreks accompanied the Klockes as far as Clear Lake for the rest of the day at the home of her daughter Mrs. Leo Edwards. Canadian 1 Returns to Ranch— Edward Gutknecht left by car last week Sunday for his home at La Porte, Sask., after the winter with his father, August Gutknecht, and his brothers and sis- tors here. Mrs. Claude Randall and her daughter Sylvia, who had visited relatives here two months, went with him as far as their home at Glenburn, N. D, Hospital Veteran Has Furlough— Pvt. Eldon Heetland is on furlough with his parents,\Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland. He had been in a hospital in New York since last winter, when he suffered back injury on shipboard. Two Are Surgical Patients— Henry Swalve Jr. was taken to the Lutheran hospital, For Dodge, Thursday, . and .Deloris Kienilz had a minor operation in her nose there. Henry had ade noids and tonsils removed. ~... KOggUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA WOUNDED SWEA BOY HOME FROM O'SEAS Swea-Eagle Twps., Apr. 23— Mr, and Mrs. Emil Larson received a telephone call last week Sunday from their son Pvt Lowell D. Larson, who hcul arrived ffom overseas the Fricliy be-fore Then a message received Thursday reported him at a hospital at Springfield, Mo., where he is receiving treatment for a nerve injury in the left leg resulting from Wounds. After only 17 weeks' , basic training at Camp Robinson, Paulson _was a guest. Ark., and a- five-day .furlough nt home during the holidays, the young man left Fort Meade, Md., for overseas January 1, and he was wounded in action against the Germans in France on February 5. SWEA VETERAN EXPECTED FOR A HOME VIS Swea-Eagle Twps., A.pr. 23— Vlr. and Mrs. John Jongberg re- eived a telephone call last week Sunday from their son T. Sgt. Cllis Jongberg, who had arrived 'rom overseas and was then in Charleston, S. C., which he said le was expecting to leave for a urlough • at home. He entered irmy three -years ago and had erved'overseas in European war healers a year till ihe Was Bounded in action in Germany ast Dec. 16, since which ho had seen treated in a hospital in Eng- and. His wife has come from Abelene, Tex., to be here when ler husband arrives. His Purple Heart has been received. PAGfi SfcV 'fill r NEWS NOTES FROM LIVERMORE Jos. Ehrhardt has been confined to home by illness. The Methodist W. S. C. S. met at Catherine Reed's Wednesday. Link Hughes, who had been in the navy IMj years, has been discharged. His wife motored to Ames to meet him. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill attended the funeral of Mrs. Ber- Bosma Back in States— Mrs. "Happy" Bosma receivec a telephone call Thursday from her husband, who was sent to Hawaii recently, and he said he had been returned to the Staiei and was in California. Pastor's Son in Accident— Little James Darnauer sufferec a dislocated right wrist last week Tuesday, when he jumped out o Jakie Peterson's truck. He is th youngest son of the Rev. and Mrs F. F. Darnauer. Leys at Dearchs Rites— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley attend ed memorial services for Mrs Ley's cousin, Pvt. Harolc Dearchs, Algona, last week Tues day at the Methodist church there. To Attend Summer School— Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray took their son Dennis to Fores City last week Wednesday, an thence he took a bus to Iow< City to attend summer school. Soldier Visits His Parents— Ray Wirtjes and his bride ar rived last week Tuesday fo Ray's furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes. Ra~ is stationed in California. Soldier Home From Overseas— Cpl. Richard Evans, veteran of ,he campaigns from New Guinea ;o the Philippines, was lately returned to the States, after three yeares of army duty, and came to Albert Lea, Minn., to visit his mother, Mrs. Ethel Evans, with whom he recently visited friends here. John Hintx, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Lucy Conley was hostess to the Five Hundred club.last j ry hiil' s brother Milford Riley at week Monday, and Mrs. Mabel i Waterloo last Week. The Livermore Youth Fellowship was host at a district meeting here Sunday afternoon and evening, and some 80 persons attended from Algona, Humboldt, Good Hope, Lu Verne, and West Bend. Lunch was served by trie Methodist women. In the evening there were moving pictures. Louisa Peffer was lately a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. There was a miscellaneous shower at the town hall last week Tuesday for Juanita McPherson- Dole, recently married. The time was spent at 500. Mrs. Dole was presented with many gifts. Mrs. James Weydert, who had been at her father's for several months, has returned to her home at Easton, Minn. Gordon Foth, Camp Fannin, teach in the Seneca school next Tex., is spending a furlough with year. She will direct high school his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Myrl Smith was lately confined to home' with influenza. At a recent Equajity club meeting at Mrs. W. F. Johnson's, officers were elected: president, Mrs. Martin Miller; vice, Mrs. Mabel Paulson; secretary, Mrs. Leith Opheim; treasurer, Mrs. Josephine Hiserpdt, chairman of program committee, Mrs. Julia: Bchounek. * Carol, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, has scarlet fever. Mrs. William Knopf spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley, Algona. The H. R. Durkans, of Mason City, spent last week Sunday with the parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Foth, of Mrs. Durkan. Elouise Jacobson, W. A. C,, of 1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mobile, Ala., spent Thursday at Sprang. 1 Con Shield's and Herman Lar- Carroll Bordvvcll, Norfolk, Va, ; j son's. She is spending a 21-day is spending a furlough with his furlough visiting her mother, wife, sons, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Jacoteon in Ottosen. Mrs. Asa Bordwell, Treva Sprong, employed at Waterloo, spent a few days with A son was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Morse Smith. music and departmental work in j Foth. the grades. Jean recently fin- ' The 4-H club met at Alpha Un- ished the two-year elementary derburg's last Thursday evening, tecahers' course at Cedar Falls. The girls are studying home fur- She plans to complete the 4-year nishings. Mrs. Vera Clark is course later. i their leader. Seaman a Visitor Here— Seaman Russell Erick.son, of the Atlantic fleet, and his wife, the latter of Dunne]], Minn., are visiting at Russell's sister Florence Erickson's. Russell has a 21-day furlough. Marvin Sanders Prison M. P.— Cpl. Marvin Sanders, veteran of 'European campaigns, is now at Douglas, Wyo., where he is on M. P. duty at a prisoner of war camp. Oilier Swea-Eag'le. Evelyn Bexell, R. N., lately came..to..visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bexell. She is a college nurse supervisor at Gus'tavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn. Mrs. Andrew Berg entertained the W. C. T. U. last week Tuesday. Mrs. Cora Hutch inson, Albert Lea, Minn., was a guest and had a' part on the program. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Treat were last week Sunday dinner guesrs at Emil Larson's. Mrs. Martin Gable entertained her Methodist circle Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Seylar was in charge of the program. * TO TEACH: SENECA. Swea City, Apr. 23—Jean Erickson has signfed a contract to Wool! The price of Wool is the same as the last two years under Government Control. ] /4 Ulood Medium 45c •% Hlood Mcdiiiin 4(Jc ^2 Klood Fine Long 42c \V(!stcrn and llejcct as to quality. Sell your Wool ;lired: to us Jiiid you arc assured to receive all your wool is worth. Joe Green berg 32tf Now Is The Time To Put In THAT UNCLE SAM SAYS YOU CAN HAVE We are securing shipment of coal. Call and fill out your CONSUMER DECLARATIONS and together we can work out the delivery of your coal. CALL AND SEE US , OR PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son I SURE FILL UP THE MILK PAILS WHEN I GET DAIRYTRATE/j Other Lakota News. Mrs. Arlene Quady and he daughter have moved to anothe house, and the Melvin Ukena now have the house thus vacated. Melvin is at home on furlough, so helped his family get settled in the new home. Mrs. Ukena had been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson, since she came home from California. Melvin is now stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Last week Sunday visitors at J. H. Furst's were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. August Borke, daughter Betty, of St. Ansgar, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Algona, the Edw. Tel- camps and Arlowe Blome, Ledyard. The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer, L. A. Nitz, and Otto En- pelbarts attended a meeting of the Lutheran welfare society at the First Lutheran church, Algona, last week Tuesday. The George Heetlands were last week Sunday visitors at Ray Anderson's, Mankato. The Anderson nephew Bob Anderson accompanied the Heetlands. Mrs. Fred Schroeder and Loyal Gingrich were hostesses to theU. S W. at the town hall Wednesday, April 11, and officers were installed. The Presbyterian women at a spring supper served at the church Saturday, April 14, took in $83. , , Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels were business visitors at Armstrong Wednesday evening. Mrs William Baumann was hostess to the Lutheran ary society Wednesday. VITAMINS . . . PROTEINS . , . MINERALS. Dairy cattle need an abundant supply of all three for high milk production. You can furnish them at rock- bottom cost by mixing DAIRY- TRATE with your home grains. DAIRYTRATE is a potent-* sniper concentrated balancer. Contains no fillers. No grains or grain by-products. A little docs a lot. That means highest milk production at a real saving to you. Try DAIRYTRATE. N. I. Hildman Foxbilt Feeds PHONE 3722 WESLEY, IOWA FOXBILT FEEDS !lii!l!illlllll!llllllllll»^ I "ARMY POULTRY I | DEMAND DOUBLED! 1 Double Your output with a second flock" •MB . .. War Food Admistration I DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an improved powder to be vprlnkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly In place Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy gooey, pasty Uete or feeling. FAS- TBBTH Is alkaline (non-acid). Doea not four. Checks "plats odor" (denture broth). Get FASTEBTH at any drug Yes, tlio poultry meat, demand this year — for military hospitals and the armed forces—is 670 millions pounds! That's nearly double the amount purchased hy the military last year! Under provision of the W. F. A. Set-aside Order, the military forces are buying: practically all of the broilers in the four great broiler producing areas of the country, and the entire output of canned chicken is required for military uses. Meat Supplies Will Be Low Large additional quantities of poultry will be needed to alleviate the serious civilian meat shortage expected this summer and fall. By getting your chicks off to an early start now, you .will help supplement the civilian meat supply at a time when the need is most critical. In addition, it will'ease the rush on dressing plants this Swift fall in the peak of the chicken and turkey marketing 1 season. Get Your Chicks Now W. F. A. officials urge farmers to raise chickens for meat purposes as early as possible! Chicks purchased now can be out of the brooder house iu 6 to S weeks, leaving the brooder house free for another flock of baby chicks. This means a second flock can be started after May 1 and marketed before October! To help you cooperate with the W. F. A. poultry production program, Swift & Company hatcheries are ready to supply you with fast-growing, fast-fleshing, Swift's Baby Chicks. They're Husky, Healthy, Hardy—Ideal for a second flock. Company UM = =5 r C. S. KURTZ, Manager BUY SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS 820 E. STATE PHONE 2«4

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