Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1945 · Page 7
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ADVANCE s#¥:«z%2^ Wrffa ^t of PAPER' & 9c M(l ADVANCE, .POST TRANSFER of All Rinds Hauling •i oa d insured .against "damage of all kinds. to do all-kinds, of i, la. «5IT SUNNY HOME look over the young peels we would be jhled to show you. J over their ' sires (dams and study, them. t their breeding back.^d and know what fare doing. By breed- land selection we have, I) up a breeding herd j represents the best'in. jking Shorthorn quality. bloodlines. You Can Be the Judge! | vill be a pleasure to you our herd. Last h our herd averaged |)9,7 Ibs. of bullerfat. . ; ome Bulls for ale at Present OH. LARSEN LINGFORD. IOWA : • 34' pNING PROGRAMS u Sjfiross—News.. .Mon. thr.'Bat. '0 Palge'i Orchestra,.Friday- lfo£nu?i c ? n Dim <' 9 Wu«lc..S»t;'.. IhMield Choir Sunday tR a ? a Ab "™--.Mon., thr. Thufi. iSv" 6 "il Mond»y I Wan Young Show .-Tuesday .._, ''«'• Town Moetlnir'. .TKuriiUv |,™i I» Your FBI..,. Friday ir' onwSyml ' h ? ny • • • Saturday ISmo j" 16 DW Sunday fc-w«h^:v.v::.viSSiJS- r - ii*™1 M Mt"y Time... .Sunday H'" 1 " Hands ....Mon. thu.'Sat, ™":<lo Monday ... Pnnille .'WMnesdnv ""''UK Thui'B'day 'y Kn.*'e a Varieties . Friday ,3' KU^i ....Sunday ,5™ "Family Tue«Ia» ?» 01 Tmifi. .. . Thnrarlnv J rt Talk It Over'.'.'.'.'.'... Friday t YoOT S N~ NoW8 " Mon> thr " Satl H*HBAYAFTERNOON .'•• -.' I Barrymore Show HUMBOLDTCO. WOMEN MEET AT OTTOSEN Ottosem, Apr. 30—The Rural club enteftftlned the county fed- COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, TOWA PAQfi SfiVfiff FARMS C. M. KLAMP ftepfesehtafive and 90 persons registered, 75 O f whom were served at noon lunch- ' fC1 ?, mens JHAeck- the spreader, for the ground was of Bancroft, were still-plenty wet. He remarked last week Mon- ..... - eon. The county chairman Mrs. L. W. Miller, RenWdck, presided, and the meeting -was opened with assembly singing of Home on the Range, dedicated to the lite , -, , - looking particularly for a stove, for they lost theirs when their house burned clown recently. They said they were living in a shack while awaiting a new house. * * Dale Lockwood, southwest of Lone Rock, was building fence President Roosevelt. The Pledge ! when we saw him Wednesday He ° ClnC to the Fla wns said ho had sokl a "umber of his then led by Mrs. Mike Coyle, and the high school girls' sextette, Pearl Jaco'bson, Marian Underberg, Violet Nelson, Phyllis Hundertmark, Charlotte Jacobson, and Barbara Long, sang. cattle. We know godo cattle feeder. Dale for a One of the -- - - — v,*•> u . . i_^1 1Vr Wi n JG boys was grinding feed, and they know how to mix feeds tight on that farm. While we were there Clarence Morrall and O. E. Hott, ., The invocation was given by | ° f Algona, drove in. Mr. Morrall the Rev. E. Emmons, "Welcome by Mrs. Walter Ewe, response by Mrs. Gimer, of Renwick. Seventeen clubs answered roll call with two minute reports of activities during the preceding year. All clubs except the Beavers club were represented. Luncheon at Noon. . Mrs. Walter Ewe sang A Perfect Day,.and Mrs. E. J. Wankin reported & district Rolfe last October. meeting at Mrs. Miller reported achievements throughout the year. . .At noon a two-course luncheon was served by the hostess club, the tables decorated with yellow and white flowers, club colors. The first course was escallopcd might to wait till the Officers Ledyard U. S. W. Installed by Algerian ground dries to finish .the fertil-1 izing job. He has a fine herd of Molsteih cows, and they show that they were Well cared for during the winter. Ledyard, Apr. 30—The local Uinted Service Women held their annual meeting and installation in the high school last week Tuesday * * At Wilfred Radig's southeast of Lone Rock a week ago we found Wilfred busy hauling out manure, and he said he could.use an- Mrs. Jack McDonald, retiring president, presided, and the program was opened with the presentation of the colors and salute to the flag, followed by the national anthem and by prayer led by Mrs. Edw, Looft. Pep songs Were interspersed, led by Patri- owns the farm, and he likes to keep his farms well drained. He owns several good Kossuth farms, and he did a lot of tiling last ye,ar. % % & We found R. T. Angus, southwest of Bancroft, doing some work in his basement Friday. He says he starts work in the basement, then works up till the job is finished. He remarked that he can still do a man's work, only he has for many years been very deaf. In spite of that he enjriys visits. He always feeds out a bunch of cattle, and we noticed some of them in the feed lot. Gereald, his son, lives in the ,=nme vard, and was in the fields that day. At his house there is ond course of angel food cake topped with lemon sauce and whipped cream. Coffee, pickles, and jam were also served. After lunch the meeting resumed with assembly singing of America. Mrs. George Lehanus, Rolfe, gave three readings, which were followed by a talk on Dumbarton Oaks and what the state federation expects of clubs this year, Mrs. H. E. Woodward.Whit- more, 6th district director, speaking. Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. George Struthers gave a skit. Some Officers Named. After a period of relaxation under direction of Mrs. George Struthers, Professor Carl Thor- pany. :!: :]: ': At Mrs. ' l John Rath's farm southwest of Lone Rock last Wednesday we found Mr. Rath dressing a chicken which had been hit by some car that passed on the highway. The son Lawrence, who does the farming, was just lining up a tractor for ham- mermill power <to grind feed. Looking around in the yard we noticed planted right along. of the job. Mrs. Radig was cleaning house, and she Was sand-papering some of the woodwork. Albert Butterfield, west of Bancroft, was out plowing Wednesday. Always he is at some kind the fact that he is now getting well up on years doesn't seem to stop him any. He said the county men had tested some of his ground for road gravel. There is some good road gravel on the place. * * * Jessie Stebritz, beauty operator, is back on the job ajt Lone Rock, and she was busy when we Saw her last midweek. She said she spent the winter in California and enjoyed the vacation .very much. She had a pleasant visit there with the Macumbers, who like their new home, but miss their friends nt Lone Rock. Whatever Is, Is Best, Lillian Kvamsdale; solo, I Had a Little Talk With the Lord, Marion Stenzel, accompanied by Margaret Yahnke; poem, Bertha Solberg; girls' trio, Prayer Perfect, Mar- that evergreen trees last year are growing * * * E. H. Heldorfer, southwest of Bancroft, was doing some plowing Friday on the 80-acre farm he bought just east from ' where son, traveler from Eagle Grove, I he lives. An addition to the gave an address on Europe in the Heldorfer house is to be built, Days to Come, and Mrs. Ralph I and the foundation is ready. Richards gave the clu'b institute, which was followed by a soprano solo by Mrs. Merle Faulk, Just a Prayer Away. All officers were unanimously re-elected: Mrs. L. W. Miller, county'chairman; Mrs. Sue Skow, first vice; Mrs. W. F. Johnson, second'vice; Mrs. Tray-Day, re- _.co.rding. secretary j Mrs. J3. J. ''Wankin,. ''•cbrrespoh'Sing 'secretary; Mrs. E. Strand, treasurer; Mrs. Marie Bair, auditor. The '. county chairman offered remarks, the treasurer's report was read, also resolutions, and minutes of the day were read and The meeting was Fred Kading, north, of Lotts At the W. R. O'Donnell farm W. R.'s brother B. L., who lives northwest of Lone Rock we found on the south half section. The boys do most of their work together. W. R. has planted a number of little evergreens near the house this spring. B. L. plants some trees each year. # # :!'. We saw Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Presthus in Algona last week Tuesday. These folks live southeast of Bancroft, and were here on business, also to see Edw. Hoppe at the General hospital. Mr. Hoppe suffered severe injuries a' few weeks ago when the seat on a tractor he was operating hitched to a manure spreader broke. He was traveling at five miles an hour at the time, and when he fell to the ground the manure spreader passed over him. What the accident did to Cathryn Sullivan, accompanied by Miss Hosack; talk, S 1-c. Sp. S. Cleo Gabel, home on furlough, who told of her work at a Jacksonville, Fla., airbase, using the four letters in WAVE as her basis; solo, Patricia Matzener. Mrs. McDonald then introduced Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Algona, who is sixth district U. S. W. president, who gave an address. This was followed by a solo, Tommy Lad, by Thomas Garry, and by installation of officers, Mrs. Gilmore in charge. The officers are: President, Mrs. George Thompson; 1st vice, Mrs. Leo Anderson; 2nd vice, Mrs. Charles Bashara; chaplain, Mrs. Edward Looft; sect-etary, Mrs. Wm. Speicher; treasurer, Mrs. Cecil Spatcher; historian, Mrs. Fred Darnell. Scrapbook, Mrs. Albert Brand; clipping book, Mrs. Alvin Busch; sgt.-at-arms, Mrs. Henry Frye; past president and parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack McDonald; publicity chairman, Mrs. Thompson. The new president then took cha'rge of the meeting and appointed the following committees: Work, Mrs. Asa Warner, Martha Gabel, Mrs. Fred Darnell, Mrs. Edw. Knoner; pianist, Mrs. Knoner; birthday card chairman, Mrs. Warner; membership, Mrs. Wm. Flynn. Many guests were present, including a Mrs. Halpin, Algona, and lunch was served by a committee. The next meeting will be held May 11 at the schoolhouse, Mrs. Edw. Looft and Mrs. S. Powers in charge of program. Wilson Brack, Roger; Mrs. Clayton Roseboro, Terry: Mrs. Cecil Spatcher, David; Mrs. Irvin Klinksiek, Keith; Mrs. Paul Nitz, Paula Kay. April decorations were carried out in lunch. County Carriers' Meeting— Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a rural letter carriers' supper and business meeting Creek store, had just come out of, him'was plenty. He is still para- the house when 'we arrived Wednesday, and he said he had just finished noon dinner. 'Art' Fuerstenau, who lives nearby, had come. 'Art' batches, so he likes to visit neighbors at meal time. He told about when he 'spent .sope time in the South one winter, in the Model "T days, "and said he got a great kick out of the way the Southern people LEDYARD SCHOOL JUNIORS HOSTS TO THE SENIORS Ledyard, Apr. 30—Thursday evening the annual junior-senior banquet was given at .the H. S. W^nesday ^evening ^ at J-loyd gymnasium, and the theme Ships, | was carried out in a blue and white color scheme. On the north wall of the gym a large picture represented a seashore, with boats and life preservers in the foreground, and from this scene blue and white crepe paper nets forme'd the outside of the room. Tables were decorated with red roses, the class flower, and blue and whi1|: Burt, and some 25 and P ersons were present. Mrs. Jack McDonald accompanied the Thompsons as for as Bancroft to visit at her brother Arthur Murray's. Church Women's Meeting— Mrs. Albert Barnes was hostess to the women's society in the church basement Thursday afternoon, and some 50 persons were with ships served at lunch. Devotions were with individual I led - by Mrs ' Harold Herz °g- a nd Mrs. Anna Soderberg and 'her son Fredolph have moved to one ships as placecards and fish nut cups... The menu- was fruit cocktail, potatoes and gravy, Swiss steak, creamed carrots, pickles and olives, rolls, salad, brick ice cream, i- angel food cake, and coffee. The toast program follows: Welcome, Shipmates, Omar Rcece, Junior president; Anchors Aweigh, group; Life's Voyage, Deloris Koestler; Here Comes the a dramatization from Ephesians was given. Four Boys to Service— The following boys from this vicinity have left or will leave for Fort Snelling: Herbert Beenken, Arlowe Blome, Earl Kvamsdale, Marcus Langerman. county meeting will Renwick.. held at 'Progressive Club Has Meeting—_ • if Bancroft. Mrs. Herman Soderberg was there Friday helping with housecleaning, for! Merlin. Larson's Thursday even- Mother Soderberg is getting up i irig,, and roll call _was answered in years, and needs help in the lyzed from his chest down, but can use his iarms and hands. Through it all he keeps in good spirits, though if pressed he will admit that he would rather be getting ready to plant corn. SENECA'S 4-H BOYS MEET AT LARSON HOME .Seneca, Apr. 30—The Progres-j £ ell f Ha , a f> ^orma Logeman, yioitcu ^^ ^ wcciv sive Farmers 4-H club met at! Darjene. Sehroeder, Patricia Far- j Tuesday to Thursday at her sis- Scout Hike and Fry— The Rev. Edward Cass and his KT»^^.s^ ^^-^"s^" Teachers Have a Party— The school- faculty had a party at the schoplhouse last week Monday evening. president; solo, I Had a Little Talk'With the Lord, Marion Stenzel; Columbia, Gem of the Ocean, group. Sophomore girls were wait', r.esses: Georgia Doocy, GeraJdine ! Ru'livan. Geraldine Manthei, Isa- 10 SIZES CLASP ENVELOPES SHIPPING TAGS up to 10x13 at the ADVANCE. ADVANCE. At Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Oryille Anderson, of Des Moines, visited from last week Thursday at Doris Shipley's, and the president, Mrs. Ralph Richards, presided. The meeting was .opened with America, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. < .The hostess read scripture, Psalm 51. The club .voted to entertain the Mothers Friday evening, May 11. Committees-^appointed are: refreshments, Mrs. Herman Kramer, Mrs. Max Clark; decorating, row.' The banquet was served under I person j ter Mrs. N. A. Pingle's. Mrs. An- Methods of Soil Conservation. Dairy farming and fruit bug grips the women—they never trees were discussed by Perry get too old for that! •'••' Petersen and Paul Lynch, re* * * ~ ' J. M. Blanchard, the Lone Rock | _ hardware and lumber man; was' guests." Refreshments were serv- plenty busy when we called there ec } b y the host's mother. Jackie direction of Mrs. McCoy, home economics teacher, assisted by Junior mothers: Mesdames Sten- Berhow, Busch, Jorgenson, - spectively. Morris Johannesen j Koestler, Ternes, Reece, and and Donald Johnson were clubi- brev - Friday. He remarked that some of his goods come in small bunches, but he was getting what people needed. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, south of Lone -Rock, was there getting some wire fencing for a Looft is club reporter. Farm Bureau Work Planned— A Farm Bureau program-planning meeting was held at Clarence Osborn's Wednesday evening, Mrs. Clifford Lander, Mrs. Clara j baby ch ick pen. Fred Genrich.-j -and"ln "attendance" were "Messrs! Solberg,_Mrs._,KredKampen;_pro-1 t he faithful mail carrier out of and Mesdames Martin Wilberg jram, Mrs. Jessie Van Buskirk, j Mrs, G. I. Purdy, Miss Shipley. It was voted to give $5 in memory of Capt. Marvin Liest, first war casualty from this commun- ty. ".'••• Mrs. Clifford Lander gave a lesson from the Readers' Digest, and Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. Jessie Van'Buskirk reported articlesSfrom the general federation magazine. . Mrs. Knut Oppedahl reviewed the movie Thunderhead, son of Flicka, also reported the recent county 'federation meeting. The next meeting will be held May 10 at Mrs. Oppedahl's. Mrs. Sundt Comes Home— Mar. Harold Sundt got home last week Tuesday from Ventura, Calif., where she had been with her husband, who is in the Seabees. She is the daughter of Mrs. Anna Longseth, and previous to marriage six months ago was employed at St. Paul. Her husband hpd then just returned from two years overseas and was having a 30-day furlough, but is now returnipg to the South Pacific. Mrs. Sundt plans to be with her mother awhile before resuming work. U. S, W. Group Hears Algonian— The Ottosen unit of the United Service Women, which was represented at the recent county meeting at Humboldt, met Wednesday, Mrs. Chester Alme, Jflrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Ernest Enocksw, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl hostesses. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Algona, sixth district president, organized Humboldt county, and Mrs, Chester Alme was elected unanimously as county treasurer, Mrs. Mike Coyle unanimously as county sergeant-at-arms. Other Ottosen News. Mrs. Helen Rasmusson, with her sister Mrs. Fisher, of Perry, Jiave been spending a few days at their brother Henry Hendrickson's, near' West Pend. .• Rpy'EripcXson,- Mys. Enockson, end, Mrs. Oliver Km- Lone Rock, was also there, waiting for the N. W. mail train, which is late at times. :;: ^ # Mervin Christenson, who farms with his father, P. M. Christenson, west of Lone Rock,. was at the house at noon when we arrived Friday. He knows when it is time to eat! Mrs. Christenson. remarked that she was well now.. Last year when we called, there she was somewhat under the weather. At the barn we saw some fine Hereford calves and two extra-fine Hereford ..bulls, The Christenson farm is-known for and wide for its prize^winning cattle. * * * Gus Krause, southwest of Lone Rock, grove was cleaning Wednesday, up in his and Mrs. Krause was cleaning house. (No wonder Gus was keeping busy eleswhere.) These folks like to keep everything neat. They own the land, but do not farm the place; the Kressin brothers who live with their mother on the firs.t farm north, do the farming. They keep some stock on 'the farm, and Mr. Krause looks after it. Mr. Krause said the house now has electric lights and the change is very much liked. • # *• # W. G. Kading, east of the Lotts Creek store, was at the house when we stopped there Wednesday. As a rule he is out doing some yard work. It looked as though Mrs. Kading had just gathered the eggs, for she had a large pailful of fine large brown ones. We stopped a few days ago at H. F. Mittag's, southwest of lione Rock, and there the men were hauling out manure. H. F. said he had been stuck in a field with seth attended a W. M. F. meeting at the Lutheran church, Humboldt, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve, of Fort Dodge, and son Donald spent weekend before last at the Mrs. Naeve's parental Oliver Kinseth's. and Earl Crouch, also Mrs. August Bierstedt. The next Farm Bureau meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, May 8, at the Seneca school building. Four-H Rally Week Set- Mrs. Charles Osborn and Mrs. Henry 1 Looft attended a 4-H committee meeting .at the Algona library. last week Tuesday, and plans were laid for the annual 4-H rally day tentatively set the second week in June. Baby's Birthday Celebrated— Mrs. Leo Anderson, entertained in honor of her son Donnie's third birthday last week Monday, and guests were Mrs. Alfred Kra- mersmeier, Arden; Mrs. Raymond Worden, Raymond Jr.; Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, Douglas; Mrs. was spending several weeks with her- mother, Mrs.. Margaret Looft, Swea City. Mrs. Harold Herzog and the children went to.Mason City Friday for ten days with the former's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Torgerson. Mrs. Henry Felder returned to her home at Whittemore Wednesday, after a few days at her daughter Mrs. Jerry Sullivan's. Charles Bashara and the children attended a senior play at Armstrong last week Tuesday evening. for Home Project Date Fixed— " Mrs. Earl Crouch attended a county home project committee meeting Wednesday and Achievement day June 7 was set at the Burt public school building. Mrs. Crouch is Seneca women'-: chairman. „ Mrs. Hans Madsen Sick— Clarence Madsen spent Thursday evening with his mother, Mrs. Hans Madsen, who is hospitalized at Estherville with a heart ailment and complications. i — • Former Burt Man is Dead on Coast Burt, Apr. 30—Burt relatives received word last week of the death of Carl Peterson at Glendale, Calif., Tuesday, April 24. He was a brother of Mrs. Gerta Thompson and S. M. Peterson, Burt. Mr. Peterson, who was 74, formerly lived near Burt. The family moved to California some 20 years ago, and he worked j there at the carpenter trade. He is survived by his wife, daughter Verna, and son Arthur. AT CHARTER PARTY. Livermore, Apr. 30 — Among persons here who attended Ihe recent Lions club "charter night" at Algona were Messrs. and Mesdames Clifford-Baker, A. J. Cay- pu, Orin Miller, Ernest Logue, and Albert Weber, Supt. and Mrs. Lowell Coekrill, W., M. Smith, and Doctor Beardsiey also..attended, , „ Will Your Brakes Pass Inspection? Our local Police Department, cooperating with the police of the nation in the National "Check Your Brakes" Program, urges all motorists to keep brakes in safe operatng condition. DON'T GAMBLE WITH BRAKES To give you protection, your Ford brakes should stop your car completely within 30 feet, when traveling at 20 miles per hour. BE SURE AND BE SAFE If you are not sure of your brakes, bring your car to us for a brake test. The test takes only a minute and might save you much time and expense later on. GENUINE FORD PARTS- SERVICE PREFERENCE Brake service gets top preference in our shop. And you'll get genuine Ford materials installed by trained Ford mechanics. We welcome this opportunity to cooperate with the police of the nation in the National "Check Your Brakes" Program. Kent Motor Company Algona, Iowa Phone 434 17-18 YOUR ENTIRE'FAMmY NEEDS X-RAY SHOE FITTING! *X-Roy Shoe Fitting. o priceless service, at 'no cost . . . assures 'every member of the 'family a perfect jfitting. The mSgic eye of our X-Ray machine tells you if your shoes fit you. Perhaps you have no trouble in fitting your feet .7". but do you know if your shoes fit? or do you order by number and take a chance? A At this store you see, before you buy, 1 how shoes fit. >- <b- That's the modern way to fit shoes. It takes but one misfit... to start foot troubles . '. . with our X-Ray equipment . . . at no extra cost— you and I can see the exact size and shape YOUR foot needs. Come in at your earliest convenience, take advantage of the only correct way to buy shoes. Your feet may need correction. Bring the children. Don't take a chanco -ordering shoes by number or depending on the measuring stick. jjSJl X-Ray Fitting for Fo6t. HfqJf/T BROWN kiii SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA PLAY SAFE The Solid Fuels Administration for War modified the 80% limit on coal from Illinois, Western Kentucky and Indiana .to the following extent: Until further notice, we are permitted to deliver 100% of your annual needs in the above coals. If you use Pocahontas, Eastern Kentucky or West Virginia the 80% limit and restriction on deliveries are still in force BUT you may order enough of Illinois, Western Kentucky or Indiana coal to make up the difference. However, it'is still necessary to fill out a Consumer Coal Declaration. We have an ample supply of the&e forms in our office for your ponveniencis. For your own protection we suggest that you file your declaration promptly and at the same time place an order for delivery now. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool The price of Wool is the same as the last two years under Government Control. Blood 45c % Blood Medium _________ ____: ____ 46c }£ Blood Fine Long____ ___________ 43c Western and Reject ps to quality. Sell your Wool direct to us and you are assured to receive all your wool is worth. . ; '• ".•;••.. Joe Greenberg • 32tf

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