Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1945
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IWSHERE INDAYFORA RALLY the A1 « ona KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVE ews rally <* we «««.» Mrs . n . G . R ichardson ig a Iowa District Westj ticnt at the Kossuth hospital, fol- was held here', lowing a hemorrhage. here; auspices of the of the Trinity Sessions were the b i Emmet, ' the service. Many were discussed 250 assembled one, which com- in Kos- Hancock coun- Lutheran a hemorrhage, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wimmcr left this morning for Rochestor,whcre Mr. Wimmcr will be operated upon Thursday morning. Mrs. R. H. Guderian, who has for some weeks been at Sheffield, caring for her mother, Mrs. Lottie Furncss, came home Wednesday, but went 'back Friday. , m. district representative, c H Pauling, Ida Grove, r'nrlvicc and information. .a banquet was serv- nn guests by the wu ,,,,.. in the high school Pastor Pauling served as ter, and, later, as leader c , o- cntertain- with a piano solo by M n Dischcr, Whittemorc. i under' direction of the Rev. iloesch, Trinity, a play, ty-Second Cousin, was pre- fday's activities ended on a tfaAd spiritual note • in a Fvesoer service conducted by IY v. F. Reilh, Burt. ^officers of the Algona Elected at this meeting, are: "iwe Radloff, Garner presi- began whcre she spent the winter with Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent and her son Sumner. Mrs. Nugent is a Quarton daughter. En route home Mrs. Quarton stopped at Cedar Rapids for & visit at her son William's, and William brought her here. Mrs. R. W. Bond, employed forenoons at the high school building and afternoons at the J .selective service office, resigned Dr. R. J. Montgomery, state su-! recently to accompany her hus- perintendcnt of the Congrega- i 1:mnci to a new post in Missouri, tional Christian conference, con- '' 3U t nas returned and resumed ferred with the executive com- ncr former employment. M-Ser- mitlee of the local church Thurs-| £ ( ;, arnt Bond was statoined at the day. The Rev. Mr. English preached Sunday at the Lone Rock church PW camp while here. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey went to Sioux City Saturday for in the absence of the pastor, the 1 a short visit at the home of their Rev. C. E. Whitehouse, who was \ daughter Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, and at Burt, moderator at a church " meeting. Mrs. E. W. Lusby left yesterday for San Diego, Calif., to visit her daugihlcr, Marguerite Dalziol, who will leave May 16 lor Honolulu to be a U. S. O. recreational director. The Claude Dearchs house on North Thorin.gton street is quar- SUPERVISOR'S SOH TELLS OF NAZI DEBACLE; Pfc. Wilbur Schram, son of Supervisor and Mrs. Wm. Schram,, Titonka, serves in the 76th infan-i try division of Patton's Third army, and in recent letters to hisi parents told of moving often and I rapidly. . | The young man also wrote that, not long ago his company came across abandoned equipment of a German convoy in which there were German jeeps, trucks, trail-. International Adventure ers, and one-ton mounted guns, United States also a trailer thence left for Albuquerque, N. M., for a visit at the daughter Kenneth Wight's. The Wight son Dick will be graduated from high school this week, and then will enter service. 'Pete' Helmers, here on furlough, will return to Topeka, Kans., this weekend. Wounded in overseas combat, he was re- antined for scarlet fever. The old-| turned to the States in December cr boy has the disease, and the j and got home here on Christmas eve. He has visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers here younger children are at the Frank 1 I Edwin Habeger, West Bend, i'Norma Hippen, Lu Verne, iihry; Evelyn Dau, Algona, liter; Mr. Loesch, Junior selor. ESTAURANT IKE TURNS IN 165LBS.FAT |'tablespoonful of-fat may not n like much in an ordinary Hhold, hut a tablespoon mul- by the number of homes Hofius farm in Union township. ' Mrs. Fred Chase arrived Saturday, after the winter in California, and was guest of honor Sun- and at his wife's parental Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham's. Mrs. Emma Cosgrove has left day at a get-together dinner at-j.the Kossuth hospital for home, Dr. F. L. Tribon's. Mr. Chasej and j s . being cared for toy Myrtle went on to Hartley, his former home. Mrs. Laura Smith, who had spent two months at Houston, Tex., arrived Wednesday and is again at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's. She went to Renwick for the weekend to get her car, stored there. Mrs. Lawrence Shaw, Tama, was here from Friday till Monday, guest of her cousin Mrs. Cecil McVay. Mrs. Shaw came immediately on receiving news that St. John. Mrs. Lois Hazeltine, who had been with her mother for some time, left Saturday for a few days at Sioux Falls with Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird, who recently sold their home and moved to an apartment. Mrs. Thais Bueghly entertained her sister Jean Schullerman, Iowa State college, last weekend. Miss Schullerman oame to make the acquaintance of twin Bueghly nieces, now at home from the Kossuth hospital. One weighs 8 which was promptly appropriat- i ed and put to use by maintenance j men in his group. | In another letter young Schram said that his company came across a carload of German chocolate and cookies which they immediately "liberated" for their own use. The cookies weren't of the best, but made a fair lunch. Private Schram, who studied French in college, found it easy to understand the French people and in turn to make himself understood. Before going into service Schram was assistant at the Titonka Farmers elevator. His wife, the former Helen Bced, is in defense work at Chicago, and before marriage she was a rural teacher in Kossuth, also taught at Woden and Arnolds Park. Wilbur is a grandson of the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, retired Mdthodist minister, also of Mrs. August Sehram, both of Titonka. ; EX-TITONKIAN DIES: WOUNDS An adventure in international friendship was made some weeks ago by Marcia and Judy, small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan. Mrs, Cowan was preparing a boy to send to her husband,'and the little girls sent May baskets to Maiie, a little , French girl who lives where their father in service was quartered. Dick had written, about the child, who is Marcia's age. and had told how he tried to visit with 'her. Now the girls are anxiously awaiting news of, receipt of the baskets. NEW VFW POST IS ORGANIZED BYTITONKANS H. S. Montgomery, Algona, deputy Chlef-of-staff, Department of Iowa, Veterans of Foreign Wars, was at Titonka Thursday, Apr! 19,' to help organize a Veterans of Foreign Wars post there. . The anticipated name for the new post is Kennedy, in honor of William Kennedy, first Titonka casualty of World War II, killed at Pearl Harbor. • '...'. Officers' have been elected: George D. Higgins, commander; Dick Baade Jr., senior vice-commander; Dick Sleper, vice-commander; John E. Falk, quartermaster; Elmer Peterson, chaplain; John G. Rippentrop, judge advo- Roy Tryon, 22, son of Mr. and.cate; John C. Isebrand, surgeon. Mrs. Frank Tryon who*for many | Other officers appointed by the years were farmers in Buffalo' commander are: Adjutant John " " " " " E. Falk; officer of the day, Tom |be put in the war effort, au- ities say. i the week ending April 21, mnds lor which tokens were | were collected in Algona pounds more was con- by a local restaurant. establishments get no In the following week, {April 28, 424 pounds were red to the receiving depot fats are used in manu- i of rubber, in explosives, {Tin medicine, as well as in |nj other 'things vital to the rclfort. The poundage col- din Ihc last two weeks here, islated into Proflavine and lavine, widely used military jplics, would be enough to t seriously wounded men in (platoons once daily for one M^s. McVay's husband had- been | pounds, the other 7 Ibs. "11 ozs. killed in action. _. . . . Mrs. Kalherine Lorenz Kongs- bach was a weekend guest of Grace Miller, and Marguerite Gilmore. She was formerly kindergarten teacher here, but now teaches at Waterloo. Her husband is in Germany. William Knudsen, Racine, Wis., was a weekend guest of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen, Burt. He was recently graduated from high school, enlisted in the navy, and is awaiting call to service. Mis. John Von Bank returned Saturday from Rochester, where she went through the Mayo clinic. She will go back in ten days for a goiter operation. The Von Banks live on the Hutchison farm near Irvington. Mis. Geoige Moiton spent last week at Minneapolis with her daughter 'Toots,' who had an eye AID CLASS' MATED IN 7 WEEK COURSE i Scuffham, certified teach: a Red Cross standard first (course, recently graduated a «tt weeks class. Twenty peo- Mook the course at the city This was Miss Scuffham's i class in three years. ^".examination was given on Wusion of the course, .and cerates good for three years ' awarded to successful cans' Receiving certificates to Chief Tim O'Brien; Ira Earl C. Sprague, Herman ; . Chester Willey, George r, Harry Barton, Russell JJPove, Glenn Strayer, Archie Niels, all of the city fire( «ny;. Leola M. Geigel, Ver«en, Rita McDaniels, Rose ""• and Chester Webb. frilly, fireman, and Fred also took the course, not yet written the ex- grandson Wounded Poland D. Paine, Graybar Elec- m=n Chica S°. district operat- and Mrs - Paine that their son , ,-' known intimately as y, had been shot three times • presumably in wian I and a bones were hit, •ounds were flesh last reports he was patient. The is a grandson of Mrs. W.) Paine, former ng in Califor- great-nephew of Ernest Stow, Burt, »» of Mrs r'h J ,' " ow ' urt I Uvp rles phel PS, Port- j Generations ot Harvey Inghams Mr! Harvey In the picture m himself; Har- living near vey Ingham Ingham IV, babe - ans his Piotwe ST., * not look familiar. operation, and while at a hospital came down with mumps. 'Toots' had to leave the hospital and go to her sister Indy's at La Salle, Minn. The county Gaiden club holds an annual plant' and bulb sale, and this year it will be held next Saturday al the Dau garage. Plants come from club members' gardens. There will also be shrubs and seedlings ready for transplanting. Mis. L. G. Baker, who spent the winter at Tucson, Ariz., is now a patient at a Mason City hospital for an infected ear. She had visited a sister at Iowa City and was with another sister, Mrs Stewart, at Kanawha when the infection developed. Durwood Potler, who had been in defense,work at Long Beach Calif., two years, recently joined the Merchant Marines. He is a son of Mrs. Pearl Potter, and his twin brother Sherwood, who for merly managed the Nationa store here, is in Germany. Mis. Flora Gabiiel, who live: with Mrs. Andrew Peterson, wa 91 Thursday. A son from Mil waukee who came a week Saturday left for home Saturday Sunday another son, his daugh ter, and her family, all of Rock well City, came for the day. Mis. Maiy White, Englewood Calif., and her sister, Mrs. How ard Witham spent Saturday witV their uncle Charles Carder at th Odd ellows home, Mason City Mrs. White arrived a week ag Saturday to visit her sister an their mother Mrs. Jessie Royce. Mis. Haniet Vining. daughter Harriet Frances, and Mrs. Hattie Witham spent Thursday at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witham, who have a daughter and grandchild living with them. The daughter's husband was killed in action early in the winter. „ , Mr. and Mis. Henry E. Douglas had as Sunday dinner guests the Edw Weards, Webster City. Mrs. Weard is the former Thelma Douglas. Other guests were the Wm. J. Pestotniks, former Algon- ians now at Boone, where Mr. Pestotnik is in oil company em- The funeial Wednesday of Mrs. Jessie Dalziel was larkely attended. Relatives here from a distance were a sister, Mrs. Leona Wedge, a niece, Mrs. Margaret Blackburn, and two nephews, John Strang and Russell Blackburn, also the latter's wife, all of Waukegan, 111. Mis. R. B. Hopkins, the former Mrs, McMurray, widow of the late Ben Hopkins, more than 50 years Milwaukee agent at Wesley, had spent some weeks witii Mrs. Andrew Peterson, but Saturday went, to Livermore to be housekeeper for the Rev. Mr. Smith, Presbyterian minister. Mrs. W, B. Quarton fie* borne Friday s&om v&irbanfe- -<?alii., overseas had not heard yet of his daughters, at last report. \ Mr. and Mis. Herschel Thompson left recently for the Southwest, and stopped to visit the son Edourd at Camp Crowder, Mb. There they received word that ne son Everett had 30-day leave, o they came home but when he oes back will leave for Phoenix, Ariz., where they hope the cli- nate will benefit Mr. Thompon's health. Mrs. Elton Brainaid .Hill, East Lansing, Mich., visited Algona riefly last week. She is.the former Irene Shaben. Her father, Shaben, has for some time; seen at Mason City, ,and for his age is in fair health, still able to ;o for a daily walk. Mrs. Hill's uisband is a member pf the fac- ultry of a state educational insti- ution at East Lansing, Dr. and Mis. P. V. Janse, _randson Phillip Miller, the fanse son Dr. H. M. Janse, Houson, Tex., his wife, son Jimmy eft Wednesday for Fort Madison, old Janse home. The daughter Vlrs. Miller joined the group ,here and accompanied them to Algona, but returned to.Chicago ast night. The Dr. H. M. Janses eft for home Sunday. . . Mis. W. V. HoHislei. Savannah, 111., who visited here early in the winter, died there last week Monday. She was the mother of Mrs. Russell Medin, Klemme, and during her last scikness the daughter cared for her. In the meantime the daughter's children were here with the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Russell joined his wife for 'the funeral, and Sunday they came for the children, also to see Mrs. Carl Medin and a son here from Cedar Rapids. township, but now live near Austin, Minn., died two weeks ago at an English hospital, (his parents were informed in an official telegram received Wednesday. The youth was wounded in combat overseas in November, and was sent to England for <hospitalization. His right arm and leg became paralyzed, and six rice Bartholomew, all of .the Al weeks ago a 'plate' was placed in his skull. Young; guard, George F. Graham Max W. Van. Horn, Des Moines adjutant of the Department oJ the Department of Iowa VFW was instituting officer, assisted by Harold Stephenson, Arthur Moulds, Wilbur Zeigler,' Walter Steven, Thomas Brown, and Mau Roy was the eldest of the Try-| each.month, on children. • His mother is the j • ' ~ former Minnie Ama, and his gona post. The new post wil meet on the third Wednesday of -*- rormer ivunnie Ama, ana ms vUlkl4*C U A l%l>Ekl grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. THINllS HArrrN Ama, also an aunt, Mrs. Woodrow i • lllll\W IIMI I kll r BUSY DAYS FOR A UNION WOMAN Peterson, live at Titonka. An ] uncle. George Ama, lives near St. Benedict. 4 LEAVE FOR SAILOR. E. M. 1-c. Glenn Miller, Buffalo] Center, called on Algona friends ! <.Th,ur.3day v He H/Mrs....Frank Hofius,. north Tuesday"^for'four'aSyV wiffi'.'pV; * c f$**^£ tQ - gct mealS) i oo k.af parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, • . > .. - .._"_,_ ^i-l *—.-i former Buffalo township farmers now farming just west of Buffalo Center. His ship made port on the Atlantic coast. ^OAA ^A^CK' _.._ ZwonvKW FATHER or TELEVISION BEGAN FIRST TELEVISION EXPERIMENTS AT PETROGRAD INSTITUTE or TECHNOLOGY tp-i**; IN JAME TO AMERICA ATTER WORLD WAR 1; INVENTED ELECTRONIC EYE OF TELEVISION CAMERA IN 192.3..... - JJOINEO RCA AND DEMONSTRATED FIRST PRACTICAL TELEVISION INOER PROTECTION OF PATENT SYSTEM, INDUSTRY | INVESTF.D ig AND EMPLOYED ^ SCIENTIST.} ENGINEERS TO GET 'K TELEVISION SETS ON THE t! MARKET. ENCOURAGE THE ICONOSCOPE MAKSJOB3- . •> •fELEV/S/OM JS SXPKTED TO CREATE 300,000 MM POSTWAR JOBS elect was honoree at a pre-nuptlal miscellaneous shower at St. Joseph's parish hall the same day. OPERATION ON EYE. Mrs. John Caughlin, former Al- gonian now with her daughter Mrs. Donald (Drusilla) Mertz, Lincoln, Neb., has had an operation for removal of a cataract on one eye at a Lincoln hospital. She is reported recovering. Welcome Gifis — The Pfeiffer The Pfeiffer family of New York City has been a principal benefactor of Upper Iowa University of Fayette. Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer has just sent the college officials a check for $25,000 to complete the second $100,000 she and her husband have given to help endow the college. The endowment is on a matching 'basis with similar contributed amounts by other friends of the institution. The first $100,000 was received from the Pfeiffers in 1928. MARKWELL STAPLES, TWO sizes, at the ADVANCE. ther et c'iteras. Then, 'two weeks ago things hc- ;an - to' happen and made .the :>lace busier than a bee hive. A Hofius nephew, Charles Jearchs, Algona, was taken sick .vith scarlet fever, and to keep our younger children in the fam- ly (Betty, Jane, Marvin, Maynard) from contracting the disease, they were- sent to spend isolation' time with their aunt and uncle,. Mr. tnd Mrs. Hofius, on the farm. Also, last week Mrs. Hofius's mother, who lives at her daughter's, fell sick with a kidney infection, and is still bedfast, though getting along all right. WEDDING ic> JfL.A«NED. Wesley, Apr. 30—Banns of marriage were announced Apr. 22 at St. Joseph's Catholic church here for Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, and i Dick May, Corwith. -The bride- owa TUES., WKI)., MAY 1-2 ClAUDETTE JOEl COLBERT - McCREA • Fmnmint mn •» MARY ASTOR- RUDY VAILEE MHnumil»t Co-Hit TUBS., WED., MAY 1-2 DAILY MAT. 2 P. M. ter the house, do the famil washing and ironing, help put in the spring garden, t ; ske care of 1,700 baby chicks, etc., and many CHAPLAIN WRITES THAT THORPE SON WAS NOT KILLED Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, former Algonians now living at Ames, have received a comforting letter from a chaplain in the troops with which the Thorpe son Russell was serving. Russell was reported missing in a government message the parental Thorpes received March 12. The chaplain wrotfe that Russell and others were ordered to take a hill from which Germans were harrassing them, and in the battle several Americans were tilled, but the chaplain later examined the bodies, and Russell was not among the killed. Nothing is definitely known of his rate, but he may have been cap- •ured. ' Russell was in the famous Terry Allen Timber Wolf division of the General Hodges First army. in Mrs.F.LTribon will sell furniture at the Dehnert Hotel Saturday, Nay 5th AT 1 P. M. Walnut bedroom set inner spring mattress, 1 be4 with »prings, chest of drawers, living room set. buffet, breakfast set. bookcase, mirror, lawn mower, end table, 2 tubs, ironing bolawi. pfctwrei, dishes, 10 slop jaw. J? SW*?!' Mis. Dehnett has sold the hote.l, Mrs. Padgett is going to California so ill must be sold. I 9, HE,'- - B U Y MORE WAR BONDS For the last two months, ive have been telling 1 you thru the columns of the Algona newspapers, about the sei> vice we are giving our corset and girdle customers. We haven't always just what you (or we) would like but we usually have the best substitute on the market. The Gossard Company has been very kind to us. They have exceeded their quotas to us? this month alone we have received three large shipments of foundation garments and brassieres. Miss Rose Lampe, our graduate Gossard Oorsetiere, is an expert in her line. She kiiOws the. corset business from A to Z. She has been at .many Gossard training schools in Chicago. Her advice and help are invaluable at a time like this. Don't neglect your figure. Don't go without a foundation garment and ruin your figure. Consult Miss Lampe. An expert right here in Algoua at this store. SHOULD GO ON VOl/R 'MUST- LIST." Marguerite Taielaar, Herald Tribune. , Till)US., VIM., SAT. ' May 3-4-5 THUltS., Fill., SAT., MAY 8-1-5 Kilnfltiroujh llnii NEWtlT Co-Hit Merry March of Crime! THERE GOES .,. KELLY" © JACKIE MORAN WANDA McKAY SIDNfYMlkUR ""Added nil AC K ARROW SERIAL SU>'., MOX., TUES., MAY C-7-M ^^JB^^ ffllllp.^BBMP ^(^ ( ^^^^ .^p)^^^ ^^^r pi Stepping to the Screen from America's Greatest Story! SUN., MO!*., TUE8., WED. May 6^7 -8-» Greatest TARZAN THRILLS OF THEM ALL! Starring JOHNNY WEISSMUUER with FRANCES GIFFORD JOHNNY (ion SHEFFIELD Baud Vpta tki Cearacim Grttttd h ED8AI IKE BURROUGHS PnJuad h SOL LESSER Ditccttd h WILLIAM THIELE Screen Play by Roy Char.sloc and Carroll Young. From a Story by Carroll Young. Co-Hit EDGAR BERGEN CHARLIE MCCARTHY LUCILLJS liA . \ n - • 'I It"LOOK WHO'S

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