Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 29, 1945
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SIX WOMEN23. ,BAYON Elastic All Around Top each plus postage 'Fine quality knit rayon 'Beautifully Tailored. 'Strongly Sewed. AbVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA MAY 29, 1945 Legion Ballroom Bancroft Friday, June 1—National Orchestra Service presents WALTER MARTIE. and the"votee. of Dolores Morgan, featured"-'vocalist. ••.-.-• Tuesday, June 5—Malek's Accor dion. Friday,. June 8—Lynn Kerns. BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B.-Quartan II. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices County Attorney .... Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona, Iowa , '• LINNAN 8£ ..LYNCH Attorneys''^t-L'aWv' . ,.', Office over Kcssvth 'Mut; .'Ins. Bldg. -' •'•' Algona. Iowa .1.-'''--.. Phone 261 J. D. LOWE Attorney-at-Law Phone 287 VAN HESS -<& JBRUNSON BACCALAUREATE HELD SUNDAY AT LIYERMORE Livermore, May 28—Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening in the Field house. The program was: Processional, Miss Rugbager; invocation Father Duhigg; glee club, The Lost Chord and Cherubim's Song; address, Father James Duhigg; glee club, Bells of St. Mary's; benediction, Father Duhigg; postlude, Miss Rugbarger. Injured Soldier Home— Mr. arid Mrs. Herman Larson returned Monday morning from topeka, Kan.,; Where they had spent a few days visiting with their son Clifford. Clifford was injured in Germany Februry 17, and arrived in the United States two weeks ago. They reported he was getting along nicely. Two On Visits— Mrs. Margaret Sweeney and her daughter Florence are visiting at the home of-another daughter, Mrs.. Jack Scott, in Dakota City. They will also visit another daughter, Mrs. Harry Powers, in Fort Dodge, before returning. 8th Birthday Is Honored—• .Mrs. Albert Bordwell entertained 25 little folks at her home Saturday afternoon irn honor of the eighth .birthday of her son Tommy. After games, refreshments were served. Tommy received many nice gifts. Other -Lirerinore News. Mrs. •'. Lucy Tillson arrived home from Kokomo, Ind., Sunday after several days visiting her son Wilfred and family. Her daughter-in-law . accompanied her home on a visit, She will also visit her mother at Leland. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boy d and Mrs. Maude Wilson .attended the eighth grade graduation exercises at St. Mary's church, Humboldt, Sunday- morning. Their neice Mary Sue Kathan was a member of the class. Mrs. Gpttlieg Gronbach, of Algona, visited' a few days last week at the home of her son Max and her daughters, Mrs. Frank Hpfmann and Mrs. John Hohenberger. '.; • Mrs. Will Slock left Monday for Des Moiiies for a few weeks to care for 'her grandchildren while their . mother visits' their father, who is stationed in Florida. ' Mrs. Frank Boessler was host ess to the Presbyterian Aid a her farm home Wednesday after noon.. After' a business session arid lessee abkmch.was', served. Mrs. Clara Logue .was hostess to the Friendly'-'Sewing "olub -zither horn? Tuesday ' afternoon. After sewing refreshments were served. Mrs. Dick Schultz arid two >:r.iis left Thursday, for Pine River, Minn., for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ICAWfKfftr/MF, OHCf THtCCNTfR OF f/o/y Smok&sf TH t STORY OP TOBACCO f+tciM»eKs.THCY THfFKAGIfA NT SMOKE, LATEX T+/E MAYAS LEAKNEP TO OK PALM LfAF TUBES - r/f?$r THKOUGHOUr MEXICO: THEANrtLLfS ANP CENTRAL AMl"RICA'£, FKA6MENTS OF BEAUTIFULLY MODELED PIPES. MAYAN IN CUARACTER.ARE FOUND IN "MOUNPS "OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND OH/0 t YAN PK/esr M/GP.A TINS NOKTU WAKP. THE MAYAS INTROPUCEP TOBACCO TO THE NOKTH.AM- ERICAN INDIANS. THROUOH SCV£RAi czHTUR/fSi THEY AKE SCLIEVEP TO HAVE SPRCAP ITS US£ A$ FAR '-• NORTH ,4$ THE GREAT TOBACCO is VITAL WAR. GENERAL PERSHIN6 CABLING- FROM f#A NC€ /N19/7 PECL A KEP "TOBACCO IS AS /VDISPEHSABIE ASTHF. PA/LY XATIOU" '' \, LEDYARD WESLEY LETTER-WRITING FAT . Office in new Heise block Phone 213 ''• '-" Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway, E; D. Kelly H. FyJViste'dtv.- SHUMWAY/KELLY fc F.HISTEDT Attorheys-at-.Law . . Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa LAURENCE A. WINKEL Atiorhey-at-Law, Hutchison. Building Phone 180 ; »~ - : " -*• 'Algona A. HUTCHJS,QN (deceased) DONALD C.' HUTCHISON THEODORE- C. HUTCHISON Attornnys-at-Law _ Security State Bank bldR._ DOCTORS Swenson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richael, who is stationed in California, arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmann. Mrs. Marvel Smith and son Delmar visited Sunday with her friend, Mrs. Zella Ruhnke at the Guy Stoddard home in Humbo- Idt. Mrs. Martin Miller returned Monday from Grahville, where she attended the graduation her neice Sunday morning. of CV-H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbrn'ith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 I) KN TINTS KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in new Heisc bldtj. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone: Office, 59 ERVIN J. ANDERSON - Dentist . Office in the McEnroe Bids. Phones: pffjcq 572; res., 525W KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $29,000,00 worth insurance in force,. . A home company. Safe, secure.''D!' D: Paxsoh, Sec'y "LOATS'S/ASJJ INSURANCE Your Money's Worth in READ ESTATE " LOANS AHD INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over lau State Bk. Phone 93' Algona', Iowa LOANS TO FARMERS AND STOCKMEN with a 'sortnd basis 'fo credit : R.ato. 4%% Emmelsburg Production Credit Association Part time'office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohanqoij Insurance Ag'cy, above S. &'• L. Store, Algona '' '' See D. D. PAXSON for Town Dwelling, Household Mrs. Hopkins, of Algona, the housekeeper at the; Presbyterian parsonage, spent n few days last week visiting in Wesley. Mrs. Clifford Iverson, _Minn< eapolis, visited a few days last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Carl Underburg. Mrs. Helen Peterson left Thursday for a visit with her brother Richard McKenna 'and family at Pine River, Minn. Paul Johnson, of Gary, Ind., flew his plane to Fort Dodge to visit his mohter, Mrs. Tow Johnson a few days. Veda Hoffmann, of'Des Moiri- es, spent the week-end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmann. A son, Donald Dean, was born Saturday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bordwell at their home here. ' The Rev. Arend Smith attended the Presbyterial at West Bend Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Knoff, of Luverne, visited Sunday with their son Bill and family. Seniors held their class picnic in Fort Dodge Monday. •• * '• — Hurt Boy Helps at Frisco Meeting Burt, May 28—Raymond J. Eimers, Y2c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Eimers, Burt, is serving at the Unitde Nations Conference on International Organization at San Frapcisco. He was chosen for this work because of good conduct n the navy and for his background and talent. He is a graduate of Burt high school, and previuosly had duty aboard the USS LST 358. He served overseas in the European theater and participated in the invasions at Anzio and in Southern France. 4 GOES TO NEW YORK. Pvt. LeRoy Peterson left Wednesday night for New York to be stationed at a port of embarkation. He had been here for an 11-day furlough with his wife and daughters, Shirley and Shar- Mrs. G. L. Olson has gone, to Long Beach, Calif., to visit her husband, who has been employed there for several months. Mrs. Olson taught the 'first live grades in the local public school this last year. Mrs. E. M. Paulson will entertain the Priscilla Phoebe Society Tuesday afternoon, June 5. Miss Jennie Wedickson, who has served as a missionary in China, and is home on furlough, will be present. Mrs. Homer Anderson and two children, of Algona, came Wednesday to spend several days at her r.'nter Mrs. Lawrence lianj- en's. Mr. and Mrs. John Mathias, who have been here visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna Loebig and other relatives, returned to their home -at Chester, S. D., Wednesday. ~ They were accompanied by Mrs. Viola Studer, who will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luken, at Coleman, S. D., and with relatives in Siuox Falls. Mrs. Phillip Goetz and Mrs. Tphy :: - : Seiler w"efes fi6»5reai'<sa't a birthd&.y party at tlic formers home Wednesday afternoon by a Jroup of neighbors and friends. The honorees were each presented a,gift, and refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon, which w.is spent visiting. Dorothy Goelz was n dinner guest Thursday oC Emma Studer. Mrs. R. C. Bauer was hostess to her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Aldrich won high, and Mrs. Will Heubes low. Mrs. Anna Loebig, who was a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, the past month, was brought home Monday, and is slowly recovering. WAVE Geraldine Bruns, of Norfolk, Neb., who is visiting her parents in Titonka, spent Thursday visiting Wesley friends. Be- foi'e entering service Geraldine was employed at the Exchange State bank. Wallace Benton has returned home from California, where he had spent the winter with his daughter, (Erma D.) Mrs. Arnold Kissack. The Leon Gardners are parents of a boy born a week ago Sunday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. He has been named -with Mrs.' Viola. Studer as 'hosts. ~~"~- ^» ' . The Rev,--and Mrs. J. A. Riggs ! Fats and oils are required In the manufacture of humble everyday desk supplies like paper and ink. Save every drop of used 'cooking .fat. It replaces scarce fats and oils needed for thousands of civilian as well as war industries. • morning to attend graduation exercises of their daughter Betty From nurses training. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gorman and son David and her sister .Mary Jane Studer were Mason City visitors Thursday. Mrs. Lawrence Wingert and Mrs. Rose Laux returned home Thursday from Marshalltown, where they visited relatives the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig, Theresa, and Mrs. Albert Lickteig spent Friday in Mason City. Lt. and Mrs. DeVere Smith left Thursday evening from Manly for West Monroe, La., where, he ,is stationed.' They have been visiting here the last '21 clays at the parental Doocy and Smith, homes. .Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Donnie moved their household goods to Rake last week Tuesday. Mr. Anderson is op- etatng a department store there and they -will live in an apartment above the store. The same day Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zielske moved into the Anderson home which they bought when the Andersons decided to move to Rake. Mrs. Elvin Carpenter and Jackie left Tuesday for Olin, where they will visit Mrs, Carpenter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Swafltzell. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack drove to Manly Tuesday to meet their neice Betty Lewis, of West Branch, who has come to visit them for a while. Mrs. L. W. Wiener and Deanna went to Radcliff Sunday 'evening, returning Monday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiem- ef and Craig took Mrs. Weimer's mother, Mrs. E. E. Wiellam, to Radclltt'. She will accompany Mrs. Fred Anderson to St. Joseph, Mo., where she will visit relatives till Memorial day. Mrs. Clayton Roreboro, Judy and Terry, went to Graettinger Wednesday! to visit for a few days with' relatives, Mrs. Max Nitz and Maxine went to I\adcliff Wednesday evening to visit till Sunday wit'h | her sister, Mrs. Ira Neibauer. 1 Mr. ah'd Mrs. Charles Bashara and family went to Armstrong | last Monday evening to attend! graduation exercises of a cousin, i Mr. and Mrs. George Thomi.isc n ,' were supper guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Andrew' Heddle, at Burt, Friday evening, i Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Koestler were called to Jackson, Minn.,' last week Monday by .the illness of Mrs. Koestler's mother. Mr.' Koestler returned Wednesday, a nd she remained to help care for her mother. A week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doocy entertained the folowing guests in honor of their ; daughter and son-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. DeVere Smith, who were here on furlough: Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kockler, of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, of Lakota; Dorothy and Howard Klinksiek, and Joseph Doocy. That same evening they were guests of Mrs. Doocy's sister, '' Mrs. Richard Menke, at Bun-' croft. The George Thompsons had as 6:30 dinner guests Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Sullivan's birthday. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris were Blue Earth callers Thursday. 'Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mrs. D. B. Mayer, and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer attended a post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs.. Naomi Hewitt Anderson Thursday evening at the G. Dahl home in Swea City. v'Last week Monday afternoon a group of ladies surprised Mrs. Sullivan at her home in honor of her birthday. They were Mes- dsmes A. Writerholtse, H Schron- def G. .Thompson, J. Manthie, Hattie Sprank. D. Dyer, A. Bnr- nes, and H. -Hardt. Lunch was served by the ladies and Mrs. Sullivan received many gifts. Supt. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, of Grant Center, are parents of fi son born Thursday, May 24, at the Buffalo Center hospital. YELLOW SECOND SHEETS, punched or jllain, ai Ihe ADVANCE, rtHSONALlZlB CORSITRT MRS. TOBITHA WILSON 503 S. Dodge Phone 48-J ROOFING SIDING EAGLE INSULATION WEATHERSTRIP Ask for Free Estimate! You may buy on our co . vehient monthly payment plan if desired. 'Cowan Building Supply ALGONA, IA. World's largest Selling ELECTRIC FENCER BUILT WITH WATCHLIK E ^PRECISION ONLY PARMAK has ALL the loll- owing Superior Features. 1. 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