Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1945 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1945
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PAttE SIX WESLEY LIONS ARE PLANNING LADIES' NIGHT Wesley, Apr. 30—The Lions club ;here met Thursday noon in the Methodist dining room, and following dinner served by the Willing Wcn-kers circle, a' business meeting was held, and plans were laid for a "Ladies' Night" Wednesday evening. May 23. Wilfred Loebig and Carl Froelich were guests. The club was well represented at the new Algona club's recent "charter night." The Wesley club sponsored the new Algona club. Benlon Family to Farm— The Delbert Bentons moved Thursday to their farm west of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuroth bought the Bonton home here and have moved in. The Neuroths lived in an apartment above the Loebig cafe. Mr. Neuroth qperates a Standard Oil station for Mr. Benlon, also does general Irucking and corn-shelling. Rochester Patient Home Again— Mrs. Edw. Hildman is now at home from Rochester, where she spent four weeks following a goiter operation. Mr. Hildman went up Wednesday, and they went to St. Paul for visits at the homes of two daughters, Mrs. Herman Lyon and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening. Delmar had lel't for in- duclion inlo the army. Legion 'Aux' Date Change— The Calholic missionary society will .meet this week Wednesday, and the C. D. A. will meet in the evening. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening and regular meetings will hereafter be held on the fir.st Thursday evening of the month instead of the first Monday evening. Soldier Here on Furlough— Pfc. Earl Ward arrived Thursday on furlough at his parental Clarence Ward's. He had" been at Camp .Barkeley, Tex., three years, but will now report at Camp Beal, Calif'., having volunteered for overseas duly in a noncombatant area. ing that-afternoon. I Seniors Take Day Off— i The nine members of the Sen! ior class had Skip day Thursday 1 at Mason City. I Banker Butts in Texas— I Guy M. Butts left Thursday for Texas, where he will spend three weeks. Other Wesley News. ' Mrs. George Aldrich entertained her bridge club Thursday, and Mrs. Bradfield was a guest. Mrs. Tom McMahoh won high, and Mrs. Bradfield was low. Mrs. Alfred Erdman will -be hostess to the club Thursday, May 10. Mrs. Clarence Ward and Mrs. I Marco were honorees at a sur, prise party at Ward's Thursday I evening. The guests played Bingo and furnished refreshments. Victor Loebig, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Mrs. Tillie Loebig, and Mrs. John Richter called on -Mrs. Anna Loebig at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday. • Mrs. Frank Bleich entertained at two tables of bridge Thursday evening. Mrs. Tom McMahon won high, and Mrs. Evroul Loebig was low. 20TH CENTURY CLUB ELECTS AT LIVERMORE Livermore, Apr. 30 — Margaret . KQSStTTH COtTNTt ABVA14CE, ALGONA, IOWA PL ANT LIFE IN CITY PERKS UP Early plarits and shrubs -which 1 started to leaf and ;bud • .in March's warm .days 'are .now, - „ , though somewhat set'back'by the Malm was hostess to the Twen-! vagaries 'Ot April Weather, burst- tieth Century club last week Tuesday., Mrs. Leona Hintz reported a county federation meeting at Otl tosen, a paper on t. .b. \uas given by Mrs. Florence Beardsley, and 'Mrs. Sidney Seger gave a paper 1 on How Many Years Will You Live? Officers were elected: presi- ment, Mrs. Mary Hoffmann; vice, Mrs. Seger; recording secretary, Mrs. B.ertha Baessler; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Florence Beardsley; treasurer, Mrs. Leona Hint::. Invited guests were Mrs. Grace Mackintosh, Mrs. Carrie Gregerson, Mrs. Lucy Tillson and Mrs. SEXTON Ollie Wilson, Humboldt. was served. Lunch Two Are Hospital Patients— Mike Reding had an operation at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last week Tuesday. Max Gronbach was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Thursday for medical treatment. Grandgirl for a V/esleyan— Homer Lav/son, now grandpa, reported ajiew girl, Dixie Lee, tonnage five pounds three ounces for Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lawson April 18 at Jefferson City, Mo. Dick is in the Pacific war /.one. The Willing Workers circle served noon lunch to the Lions club Thursday, and held a meet- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders, Britt, were last week Tuesday evening callers on the latter's mother Mrs. Drusie Noble.' | Mrs. Henry Hawley, of Mason I City, lately spent a few days with j her sister Mrs. B. E. Sanders. The Glenn Gabrielsons and Mrs. Martin Mimbach were business cullers at Mason City Thursday. : Mrs. Mary Huff was taken to the Kossuth hospital by ambulance Friday for treatment of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirsch- i baum, with the former's brother Robert, Garner, called at the men's fattier William Kirschbaum's at Richard Carman's, south of town Thursday evening, i The W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. I Alfred Opheim Thursday. The; next meeting will be with Mrs. i Glenn Gabrielson May 17. ' Mr. ?.nd Mrs. Evert Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson , attended a Farm Bureau meeting j and supper at Burt Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt also attended. Clarence Buekema, Algona, called at his mother Mrs. Pearl Bcukema's last week Sunday , evening.- i • Wallace Anderson, of the army air corps, is at home on furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Anderson. Frank Devine Has Pneumonia— Frank Dovine is a patient ait Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, with pneumonia. Other Lh'cnnore News. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryhill, St. Joseph, Mo., are spending .a furlough with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Berryhill, and Mrs. 'Bill's' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mr. Berryhill will be sent overseas soon, his wife will remain with parents during his absence. and her Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shultz spenl last week Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reiter, Clear Lake. Mr. Reiter operated the Great Northern elevator here before moving to Clear Lake last spring. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd were recent business callers at Austin, Minn., and en route home they ing into ''bloom. Rarest ,of 'them here is a pink magnolia, in full flower-on the Herman 'Hauberg lawn. The tree, JAS. YOUNG, A WESLEY YOUTH, BATTLES JAPS 'With the 33d Infantry Division in the Philippines (Undated)— Cpl. James Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young, Wesley, la., is now with Company "A," 108th engineer combat battalion,' World Friendship Day Observed Here Schools throughout ihc United States were asked ,to ^observe Wednesday as World Friendship day, and the Algona public schools hfi.V.e complied. Special emphasis was on 'the San Francisco conference, and there were discussions of the importance of tihe meeting in Classes 'from the --------- ----- . — ..... -.._ ,-~*., main engineer uonroai oauanuii, ,, ,, . .i. n. imu ,*..„,]«„ nine years .dld r .is 'blooming for which is nart r>f the 33d infintrv seventh through Ihe 12th grades. the third time. The flowers, more div ' on actively enaaeed in ' In general assembly at the h gh than 40 of them, are Jflrge and n£ht ng the Tans in toe Philio" I Boh ° o1 buildi "g in 'the preceding nrpsent. *i -shmim C n£.tf*i«, „„ i "£.1_ * me l)aps m ule ^ nlllp i week York Lankin Minneaolis, present a showy .spectacle on leafless branches. 'During the coldest April nights -the tree was protected with a cover, but some petals were nipped -by -the cold and are brown 'around the edge. This is a profusion *of 'the usual spring flowers, pansies, tulips, Bluebells, ,hyacinth,.JRamelia. Iris, bleeding .heart, etc. Many wild flowers have already bios-; somed and faded—considered a sure forecast of summer and roses. •#• FELLOWSHIP IN ENGLAND TO AN EX-ALGONA BOY Michigan State College,- ; Lans-' ing, Mich., Apr. 25—Dr. John W.. Shirley, son of the : late W.m. Shirley, superintendent ;bf 'Kossuth 1 county schools, and of Mrs. Shirley, associate professor.pf English at Michigan State ' college, : has been awarded a John Simpn'Gug- : genheim fellowship for study ,hv England, it has been announced. Doctor Shirley will .make a study- of unpublished manuscripts of Thomas Harlot. One of some half-hundred educators to win Guggenheim fellow-' ships this year, Doctor Shirley 1 will leave for England whenever the manuscripts become available for study, probably in September. Usually they are kept in the British Museum, but during the war they have been stored in a Welsh coal mine with other valu- called at Ernest's brother's at Le-1 ab . le documents. Doctor Shirley will be granted a one-year. leave- Roy, Minn., and on Mrs. Boyd's brothers at Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stoddard, with_ their daughter Mrs. Zelda Ruhfike, Humboldt, were supper guests last week Sunday evening at Herman Larson's. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips, Woden, were last week Sunday guests of the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs. Milton Armstrong lately SUITS AR€ GEORGEOUS You get fine (jualilj here, tailored by the nation's best known makers. Smooth trim gaberdines, fine luxurious worsteds, cheviots and tweed. A truly nice selection here. $30 to $50 Each-the best value in America. The HUB Clothiers I.WILLIAMS COMPANY of-absence from the college. Harlot, who lived from 1560 to 1621, was mathematics tutor to Sir Walter Raleigh, and edited Sir Walter's History of the World. He was sent to this country in 1585 as official surveyor for the Roanoke colony, and wrote A Brief and True Report pf the New Found Land of Virginia. Though he was noted as a scien- spenl a few days visiting with j tist . explorer, and mathematician, '----' • • - surprisingly little has ibeen written about him, according to Doctor Shirley. Doctor Shirley holds degrees from ''the^University of,Iowa,and has been associated with Michigan State college since 1937. He is the author of A Survey of Drama: A Brief Historical Account of Twenty-five Centuries her husband, stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Treva Sprang, employed at Waterloo, lately spent'a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Frank Sprong. Mrs. Carrie Gregerson was hostess to the Presbyterian Aid A 25c lunch was on Wednesday, served. Mary and Margaret Zigrang spent the weekend before last at| their uncle James Zigrang's, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch and Mrs. Anna Pooch visited last week Sunday at the Von Bank home, West Bend. Mrs. Downey, who lives with her daughter Mrs. Sidney Seger, is spending three weeks daughter at Lohrville. with Mrs. Louisa Peffer has returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a patient for a few days. Mrs. Lucy Tillson is at Kokomo, Ind., where her son Charles in the air corps, is visiting a brother. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larson, of Wallingford, spent weekend before last at their son Herman's. Mrs. Clwles Jones, of Buffalo Center, lalely spent several days at her sons Ray and Fred Falb's. Wanda Haack was hostess lo Ihe Walther League at her farm home last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. C. Kelly recently spent several days with relatives at West Liberty and Cedar Rapids. The Roy Smiths, Irvington, were at Asa Bordwell's last week Sunday. Albert Smith is a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, with pneumonia. * Ledyarder Buys a Rake Dept. Store Ledyard, Apr. 30—Leo Anderson, buttermaker at the local creamery for some years, has resigned. He has purchased the John Mouss department store at Rake, and took possession April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have sold their home here to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zielske, and expect to move to Rake in May. » HIGH LAKE LEVEL. The spring Clear Lake water level is again high, and the outlet is running bank full. The water follows a winding creek to empty into the Mason City river. Get Home Comfort that Lasts a Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone us today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA of the Stage'and Its Productions. In a Golf Tourney at Calcutta, India Calcutta, India, Apr. 25—Cpl. C. D. Morck, Algona, la., competed in ail-American India-Burma and China theaters preliminary golf tournament play here recently. He didn't qualify for match round. There were 250 contestants, and play was over the famed Royal Calcutta course. Qualifying play covered two days and 32 contestants qualified. * L. R. GIRL MOTHER. Lone Rock, Apr. 30 — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen have received news of the birth Monday, April 16, of a daughter, Laura Jane, to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorff, Yale, la. Mrs. Deardorff is the former Marjorie Jensen here. * BASEBALL CASUALTY. Burt, Apr. 30—Roger Chafee suffered dislocation of one of his fingers while he was playing ball at the schoolhouse Friday. pines. Finding the duties of week York Lankin, Minneapolis, _ I spoke on 'the conference, stressing keeper .rather tame, Corporal Young turned to the more rigorous role -of front-line soldier. 'In a -recent engagement between our forces and the enemy, the corporal, with other members .of his platoon, undertook the task of carrying water to our troops firmly entrenched on top of the hill they had just taken. When darkness fell, and all were dug in for the night, it be- its importance. *SEVENTY OF 77 US. SENIORS TO CAREER DAY Algona high school seniors a-t- as replacement, quickly wormed his way over the rough -terrain Grove Thursday with .other -high- school seniors from north -central and reached the -listening .post, | conference schools, .including and for the .remainder of the Humbold.t Clarion, Hampton, night .he was on the alert for any Clear Lake, Iowa Falls, .and Web-. attempt by the eneitiy to harass our resting troops. Young entered the service in. -March 1941, joining the 108th, battalion at Camp Forrest, Term. In July 1943 he left for overseas duty, and has since served in the Hawaiian Islands and in British and' Dutch New Guinea. ster City, besides Eagle Grove seniors. Successful people representing 47. occupations were on ihand to give first-hand information on four occupations they .may lake up after graduation. This was the first conference of its kind in this area. It is planned to -have similar confer-, cnces yearly from now on. Sessions open,at 8:40 a. m. and conclude at 4 p. :m. At the -Eagle Grove conference an attendance' of approximately 600 was reported. Two discussions were given before the .entire group: an opening te'lk by Dr. Malcolm Price, .presi-. dent of the State Teachers college, Choosing Your Vocation, IT. 'ART' ALGQNA, CO-PILOT ON ITALY BOMBEB 15th A.A;F. in Italy—(Undated)—-2nd Lt. Arthur Lunclh, 21, Algona la. co-pilot on a B-24 Lib- i erator bomber, has arrived in the j and Looking Forward, by Bruce ISt'h AAF and has been assigned: Gates, president of 'the Gates; to a veteran combat group which I commercial school, Waterloo, has more than 210 missions to its -Of 77 members of the local credit against targets throughout • graduating class, 70 attended, the Mediterranean theater of op- and they were accompanied by orations. faculty members: Don Miller, Lundh was graduated from Al- high school principal, Marguerite gona high school in 1941. Prior | Gilmorc, Mrs. Elnor Detlefson,. to his entry into the army Jan. -Rattle Wilson, and Mrs. R. W. 30, 1943, he worked as an appren- 1 Bond, tice structural steel draftsman at' Rpckford, 111. He received his wings .at Pampa, Tex. The lieutenant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lundh, reside at Algona. H. E. ROCKWOOD, 84, CORWITH, DIES HERE Corwith, Apr. 30—H. E. Rockwood, 34, died" 3t the Kdssuth-ho.y- pital Friday, Api^il C, after a hip. fracture Jan. 30. The Rev. G. A. Shiels, Methodist pastor here, had charge of the funeral Monday, 'Apr. 9, but the Rev. Albert Rust gave the sermon. Burial was in the local cemetery. Mr. Rockwood was a Methodist, a Mason 60 years, and a Knight Templar. For 37 years he farmed northwest of Corwith in Kossuth county, tout moved to Corwith in 1939. For many years he was a Prairie •township trustee. His wife, daughter Mrs. Mildred Gouge, and sons Frank and Robert survive. VISITS UNION PARENTS. Union Twp., Apr. 30—Lettie Sarchet, home-making sophomore at Ames, came Friday for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarche-t. Her twin , sister Lettie , who suffered a Ibroken left leg a year ago, is not ' in school this quarter, but will resume studies next fall. iQther .towns represented in the group were Clear Lake, Eaigle Grove, Webster City, Humboldt, Clarion, and Hampton. Four boys and four girls were interviewed. 4 COMMENCEMENT. Storm Lake, Apr. 10—Dr. W. W. Sloan, professor in Buena Vista Presbyterian college here will be Seneca Consolidated commencement speaker Tuesday evening May 15. SUCCESS STORY! The Astounding Swing to Ihe Now -*FENTON SPEAKER. Storm Lake, Apr, 30—Dr. Henry Olsen, president of Buena Vista college, Presbyterian, will be Fenton's high school commencement .speaker, Tuesday, May 22. RADIONIC HIARING AID Confirms That No One Need Pay More Thau $40 for a Quality Instrument. COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION Nugent's Hospital Appeals ' A '.Des Moines veterans administration dispatch dated last •week Monday t^uoies Vf,, B. :Nu.-. •gent, former Algonian 1 .Who is imanager of the D. M. veterans hospital, on the. hospital's urgent need of more 'help 'because of a daily 'Increase Jn Wofld War . n •patients. The salary is $1 BOO a. year'; experience hot .required but given '.preference, one ttneal a 'day; provided at 25c. Information is available at the local -U. ,S. employment office upstairs., .in the McEnroe .(former Flrgt National) •building -or at .any.first pr 2nd, class, .postoffice. ^ . ! , BIRTHDAY OBSERVED. ' Fenton, .Apr. '0 — A surprise birthday -party, was • given at TRay Priebe's 'home for Georgia Gerhart .last week Tuesday evenig, and guests included Kaihryn Bleckwenn, Shirley Mae Haase r Lori-Sine Wdllrett, Lorraine jWeg-. ener, Eunice Krause, and '' Lorraine Berkland. 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