Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 29, 1945
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PAGE tWO KOSSUTH GO.UNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA> TITONKIAN IS BURT SPEAKER MEMORIAL DAY Burt, May 28—The Communit- ty club met for dinner and a bus- ines meeting at the Marvin hotel Thursday evening. C. A. Phillips, Algona,.and Louis Bartlett, Titonka, gave talks. Plans were announced for Memorial clay. Business houses will be closed all day. Plans were also made for Wednesday evening 'band concerts during the summer. Memorial day services will be held at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday at! the school auditorium with the 1 . Legion Auxiliary in charge. The Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka, will deliver the address. The school band will play.' After the I service the graves of all veterans will be decorated. 71st Birthday Honored— A party was held a ; t ttenry Wieners Wednesday evening in honor of his 71st birthday. At- tendin were the Henry Schroe- ders, Lone Rock; the F. F. Sch- roeders, Roy Ohrischilleses, and Mrs. Martha Chrischilles, of Fenton; Mrs. Glen Mino and children, Swea City; the Jerry Wieners, Bancroft; Mrs. Ed. Bierstedt, Burt; and Mrs. Michaul Carrol, of Springyalley, 111., who came as a surprise to help her father celebrate his birthday. She brought a beautiful birthday ' cake. Five hudre'd was played, j after which lunch was served. Ex LlbriS ... ByWnUam Sharp THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OFTHI A6E PENICILLIN!* 1928- AkEXANDER FLEMIJV6, SCOTCH SCt£NTtST,MM£S CtfANCf MSCWfAV OF SO at Bible School—More than 60 children attended the union daily Bible school held at the schoolhouse last week. The school closed with a picnic dinner Friday, and the pu- upils gave a demonstration oil their work at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Teachers in the school were the Rev. A. G. Heddle, Mrs. Paul Macauley, Evelyn Becker, Mrs. L. E. Reibhoff and daughter Lorena, Helen Graham, Mrs. Clifford pe, where, he ,was a navigator .tin \ Albert Cody's. Norman Thompt a Jtlafte. JHe^expefcted .to home by Memorial. <day. V«et ..sons, ''Sam :Olsens, Bertyl Berk-s Echart fand^Karen,';of ''fernmets- Gene, 6f :Mallard; MrsATrances Loft-'hqme Tuesday -evening rPre- ii.>.i,o^ hn/i ikflfMv'-nf -femtnets- .sent ; wei-e the 1 * Rev, .and (Mrs. /weekend '.at Hart*y MplstJe arid sfans, of Affn- Hartwick, at McGregor, and with other-relatives.' ';.„ "Mrs. Leonard -Wartier,jwho has been, living.at; Bancroft,,,nas rented rooms at Mrs. Ada v Whitehill's. into the week. army and > •f •'<. this lands. Mrs. Alfred En-nes, of Ames, who spent the last week with her parents, the Jens . Halyer- sons, and with other relatives and in' the Ringsted vicinity, returne'd to her home'lues-. ,.. -.«,_ , ,; day evening.' She was accom- Mr. 'arid'Mrs. Albert JTosnaUgh : pa nied by her neice Delores Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs.' Curtis Olsen entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Echart and'son HOW A GIGAWTIC INDUSTRY; FACTORIES HKS IMS SUPPLV AMPLE FORARMy&GWLWM USE* YELLOW MAGIC M£3TOf>.Y OF PfMCUUN \ & J.D. "RATOLIFF and:two children, Algona, visited a week ago Saturday at the Giddings -homes. Mrs. Fosnaugh is a 'daughter of Mr, arid'Mrs. G. C. ,Giddings. ," Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. W. J. Loekwood, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, and Mrs. W. r W. BpeUcher attend- ded a district Legion "Auxiliary convention in Fort Dodge Mon- Soldier is Home— Pfc. Richard Groen arrived Wednesday from Harlington he is an Margaret Officer. Ward Visitors Leave— Mrs. Carl Ross and son Larry left Saturday for their home at Marshalltown after spending a I few days'with.Mrs. Ross's sister,j in gunnery. He is on a TB-day furlough. He stopped in Arkansas on his way here to visit his. brother Arthur, who is in a camp there. school tau- J g'ht by Caroline Hasse had a clo- Mrs. Hiram Ward Vivian Ward;««^ J^e Sot- ^St^tt'lSto^nd^Sfr"^ yOUngStCVS ^ summer and find; work there. Mr, 2," « i^ n ? ymo ™ 5 aiv , a .r$ °i 83rdi Birthday Honored Buffalo Center, and Harold Ward THp Bipth JL V r : r . Ip also came down for commencement and visited at the Ward home. Shower lor Bride-^Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, and Mrs. Wm. Otto, Al- gna, entertained at a post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Hans Weber Jr., Chicago, last week Monday evening at the Mrs. Roland Lavrenz home. Some .22 guests were present. .Mr. and Mrs. Weber, who had spent a week here with Mrs. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, left, the The Birthday Circle met .with Mrs..- Belie Reynolds Thursday af- ted Mr». Reynold's 83rd birthday which will be June 1. Friday af- ternbon..-,.the Sewing Circle met John Scott. Home from- Overseas — '• . . , The S. J. Esareys received a pholie call from their son, Sgt. Robert Esarey, from a camp in Georgia. He had just returned froni overseas. | Other Burt News. , . .... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and next day for their home in Chi-! Mrs.! R. M. Elvidge were dinner cago. week Hugh At Sister's Wedding— j Morgans spent the night there, The Rev and Mrs. Ferdinand! and went to Buffalo Center Sun- Reith and two sons left Monday- day .to visit at Mrs. Morgan's for Camp Cole, Mo., to attend mother Mrs. Chas. Jones. Mr. also visited at the Franz Teeter, and Harvey Larson homes. i Mrs. H. A. Thompson.and dau-; ghter, Mrs. Frank Lathrop, and two chldren, Lt. and Mrs. Vinton Ellis, Mrs. Gerta ; Thompson, and Mrs. S. M. Peterson were Wed-' nesday afternoon guests at Mrs: Lewis larson's. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Thompson /and her guests were entertained at the Peterson home., Mrs. Gene Taylor and her"dau-= ghter and son-in-law, Mr. -and Mrs. Bob Stewart and son, Miss-, ion, Texas, came a week ago Friday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. R. J. Bammierstrom. Thursday they; went to Emmetsburg to visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, daughter, Dorothea, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weber Jr., and Lillian Bredeson were d.innei'jguests a week ago Sunday at the Norman Sanderson home at Eagle Grove, and supper guests at the Mrs. Gusta Lavrenz home in Algona.. Mrs. Will Ringsdorf spent the May 20 weekend at the home'of her daughter, Mrs. W. B, Ship-; ler, near Ledyard, while the Shiplers visited 'their daughter, Mrs. Dean Gamble,. at Marshall-? Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hutzel, daughter: Betty .and .-son>Pfc. 'Kenneth ; Hutzeli: left '.Thursday if of .an over Sunday visit .with • rel- .atives at : - Carroll and Marshall•town. / \ 'Mrs.'H. E. 'Rachut,' son Junior, arid.daughter Shiela, .went to Waltham, Minn., -Wednesday to spend a^few 'days with '-Mrs. :Rachut's: mother and other relatives. . Supt.-W. B. Officer, -K. .U. Smith and ; Hugh 'McDonald and a,group->o<f scouts 'attended a!Boy Scout Camporee .at •Emmetsburg a week ago Sunday: . • : • - i Mrs. .L. E. Toyvne, -.^Balaton, Minn., and her ^sister, 'Mrs/ Will Fish,' came 'Thursday for a visit at-.the'F. L.'Pratfhme;.: > ' •The Woman's^Couhcil of the Presbyterian church:hefd -.a : rummage and'bake sale -at i the • Dan-' iel's.store Saturday.-- .-•, • > The-Legion & Auxiliary .-meets 'Tuesdaiy (5th)' evening with:Mrs. ! C. E. Sigsbee and .rMrs. • C. Ci Smith, as ; hostesses. ; j • Barbara Thompson returned to Dubuque.Monday, after; a -few day's visit -at 'home while her sisters were.here. •• . •; Mrs. M. M. . Chipman spent last week at the' home, of herymo-i ther, Mrs.-HenryiROSSJ at Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. :Hawcott spent a week ago'Sunday at the, Harris Wadsworth home near Armstrong. Beverly Lewis, Algona, is; spending the summer at the 'home fo her -brother, Robert Lewis. • • Mrs. J. P, Trunkhill "/' suiffered severe bruises when a-step^gave way at her home Thursday and she fell. Vernon Schmidt, Bode, spent Wednesday and Thursday with his grandparents,'.' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Busy Bee club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Hugh Williams. ', 4 ' , '•'-.... Marilyn Boettcher .,• -has .be^ii spending a week ,with : 'hfiWa'ufit?. Mrs. Ghas. Schemmel, , at Swea City. '.. ".- .-.'. '" : lernoon guests were ^Supt. Mrs. R. L. Gowan and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jrvin Classen arid , Denver ^"TUESDAY, MAY M(:)| night . held at hotel Racldison Mrs"' Paul -Nelson .Albright, of! cate of -Merit awards °f cnver, Colo, who;. came.-here, to' driving to all the bus dri drivers 'ahl, Rriilnrud' 01 Hinesteci. : DIUUIU* a^ugtuc, ^^v^^..-- >« ..— _.„„._.,. ^ 1IV: IJUS cr A wedk ago Sunday dinner home Friday. She has been vi.s- l^red Jensen, Ofof O f tec guestrat the Millen Jensen home iting at the Alb in Nelson home, rbert Halverson, nnd were MrVand Mrs. Fo'rrest Chris-1 and with her sisters .Mrs. Joe .Thompson tenseh and family, and Albert I Neuman, near Bancroft, Mrs. Leo, . Mr. .and Mrs. Novman Tt tensen anu }*»i..y,. -...., Mr _ | Le niriger, near Algona, 'and Mrs, son and LaVon attended „ :am-l'Herman Geilcrtfeldt, of .Serieca..day, party at the Thor i Anderson,'-all 'of Algona, -and and Mrs. George Jensen and tarn ily of Ringsled. A - Sunday school She was accovnpaned by her lit- ' home near Cylinder teachers I ledaujhter, .Gloria. _' ^ ' ;„.!»& .honoring Kenelh meeting waTheldalUhe Henry i C. O. Bailey'spent the last'18th birthdn y r ; town. Mrs. ly broken her ankle. Cadet Nurse Elva-Lorene Carlsen, Des Moines, and;her cousin^ I Esther Fitch, Algona, visited the wedding of Mrs. Reith's sis-[Morgan was to' leave Friday from ' [f'Sohn^stlSs^MS'SS- ter, and spend a couple _of weeks j Fort- Dodge ^for California to re- , sen is MrS] Koestler's • daughter; Lt. Willard Schweitert called home Friday from Minneapolis; with relatives. The. Rev. Mr.' sume his duties in the navy. Otto, Lotts Creek, preached at! Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and j _ the Lutheran church Sunday ev- j S0 n Roy, and Ruby Stenzel, went He'had just^returned' fro'm ening, and will also preach next; to Eldora Saturday to visit at the Sunday, but service will be at! home of the Ollom's daughter, 8:30 in the morning, with Sunday j Mrs. Max Smith, over Sunday, school following. and see their son Gerald, who just arrived on a furlough after Home from Pacific— I losing his ship. They returned CM2c Paul Olson arrived Fri- Monday, but Gerald and Ruby re- day to spend a 21-day leave with I mained at Eldora till Thursday. Ms wife and children. He hucl I Mrs. Wm.'Larson, Mason City, I been in the South Pacific, and and her son, Sgt. William Larson has not been home in 16 months. Jr., and his bride came Thursday He flew from- San Francisco to j for a visit with Burt relatives. Des Moines, and his wife, Mrs; 1 , They visited at the home of Mrs. Richard Bristow, and Dallas Man- Larson's siscr, Mrs. W. R. Chafee, Hemp Plant ..Quits Like the Algona .plant, the Mason City-Clear Lake . hemp plant has closed. It cost' $300,000, employed 120 people;-7 paid labor $218,000, and: paid favmers : ;$353,4 000. „ ^" SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen entertained relatives following commencement exercises Tuesday evening. Present were the low met him there and brought him home. and were Friday dinner guests at the Edmund Larson home, and > , I ' I THE IMPROVED, MODERN WOOD FENCE POST FHA HOW VETERANS CAN BECOME HOME OWNERS The Veterans Administration will guarantee a loan for a down payment on the home you wish to own. Apply, then, for an F1KA ^nsured Mortgage Loan to finance the balance of the purchase. Federal Housing Administration's expert, unbiased appraisal protects against inflated real estate prices in certain areas. There are many other advantages In FHA Insured Financing which Veterans should know about before closing a home-purchase transaction. Let us give you full details on both loans. .Come in any time. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Phone 55 Algona, Iowa • Its Preservative Treatment means Long Life • It's tapered for drivin > post holes to dig. Metal driving ^ups available. • It's strong and rigid. • It takes all types of wirej • It holds staples securely; • It does not frost heave. • It's "Clean Treated" for convenience in handling. • Its uniform shape and size give fine appearance. • It's ideal for permanent and temporary fencing. • It's a product of Weyerhaeusen The entire post It treated, but extra preservative is concentrated at the grade line. -For greater absorption of the preservative, Incisions are placed in the sides of the post to give deeper penetration at the ground line area where protection is most needed. We l/i and See Miller Lumber Co. Phone 198 Algon Time out to relax... Have a Cooa-Gola ...or refreshment helps in housework Home chores are easier when you work refreshed. With ice-cold Coca : -Gola in your icebox, you are only a few steps from the pause that refreshes at home. When it's time to Have a Coke, or to offer it to guests, it's a<-comfort to know that you have a supply on hand, ice-cold in your refrigerator. The pause tfcat refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola has won its way into homes everywhere as a refreshing symbol of American living. BOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY ""MINERAL SPRINGS COCA : COLA BOTTLIN.G co. . ; .ij»>.-;'«,-.- . . ..,•-; u, iHunfitjoldi,'Iowa '••• •"'••••••••'•"• .--.-- You naturally hear Coca-Col» , celled by its friendly abbreviation | "Coke*. Both mean the quality prod- J uct of The Coca-Cola Company, Uncle Sam's Best Friends Are His Mothers No question about it, essential war worker Number One is Mother. What a day... every day! All of the chores of peacetime and more —stretching ration points and still keeping the family well nourished ... preparing bandages.... salvaging paper, cans and fats... budgeting for War Bonds and'holding onto them.,. .'tendingsher Victory Garden and preserving its surplus ,. .-ending.a long day by writing morale-building V-Mail. Weve all made an important discovery in the last three years— that our nation is one big family whose every member is essential to our country's will to win. There's a new understanding of the other fellow s problems... a new appreciation of our individual ability and resourcefulness. We've seen with pride what our younger generation can accomplish... and we re determined to safeguard their right to opportunity'in the land they call-Home. The women 'of -America have proved their resomcefulnen in-the kitchen in counlleu Wys. Many have discovert* that a vglasst eft cold,-golden Budweiser makes their timple wartime nieals 'taste belter. AB5<13«©I943 TB»DI MA«K RIO. U.S. MT. Off. ANN E U S I R - B U S C H SAINT

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