Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1945
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COLfNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA USE 'Cold Preparations as directed. Hmunson OPTO T€L.436 OVERWORK fO E Y E S * SlEED * WELf* *' Kanawha Sales Pavilion Weekly Sales Will Be Held during June, July and August on Friday evenings at 7 o'clock. First sale was held June 1st. Good Market for Livestock. Two Lu Verne Boys Out KEN BRAYTON & MERLE T'OMPSON AT HOME AGAIN Luverne, June 4 — Kenneth Brayton arrived home Tuesday evening from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he had received his discharge from the army May 20 under the point system. He entered the army December 27, 1940, and went overseas in Janu- TO THE DEATH HOUSE NO CERTIFICATE NEEDED All work by experts using factory developed methods and famous, dependable Goodyear processed materials. DUTCtTS Super Algona erviee Phone 33 the southwest Pacific area as an armorer with the 5th air force. He was awarded the presidential citation with one oak leaf cluster, and three battle stars. He is the son of Mrs. Grace Brayton, and has two brothers in the service, Gpl." Waited, ittaWoned somewhere in Germany, and Cpl. Francis at a camp in North Carolina. Merle Thompson arrived home recently from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he received his discharge from the army under the point system; Merle spent three years overseas in the southwest Pacific area. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, and a twin brother Earl is in the army and at present stationed somewhere in England. ' Livewires Have Meeting— The Luverne Livewires met May 26 at Mary Lou Klemm's. Eight members and two leaders answered roll call. .During '.the I meeting rally day. plans were dis- 1 cussed. Dennise Carroll gave a j talk on an Improvised Dressing t ,, Table, and Doris Applegati^,' I gave a report on Ways and Means to House a Hobby. A picture study and : contest was ! held, and after the meeting lunch ' was served by the hostess. 1 __ ' Visitors Memorial Day- Visitors in Luvernfe Memorial icluded: the Will Stones, . Send; Th£ Ed.' Masons, of Charles City; the Howard'Beard- sleys, of Algona; the.-Jim Zwei- fels, Corwith; the Dick Rosses, Humboldt; the Rasmie Hansons, Irvington; the Frank Geigels, Algona; Ida Riley and Oscar Riley, West Bend; Mrs. Kate Coll- 1 ins, Livermore; and the Verne ; Stones, Mason City. and daughter Phyllis, Mrs. Mervin Kelly, and Donald Johnson, all of Swea City, visited Wednea- day at Art Riley's. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr and children Joyce and Raymond, of Spirit Lake, spent Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus Petty Officer and Mrs. Richard Smith, of Lambert Field, St. Louis, Mo., spewt several days visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Lena Geigle, of Renwick, spent Tuesday and Wednesday visit- j Dinner Honors Birthday— 1 A birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Henry Kubly, LeRoy Blesie, Rudy Blesie, and Marshall Clan-l cy was given May 27 at Dudley 1 Blesie's. Guests were-the John Zimmermans and William Heftis, of Goldield, the Marshall Clancys and Bob McKennas, of Hardy, and the Rudy Blesies and Floyd Kuehnasts, of. Renwick, "and the Henry Kublys. : Sgt. Paul Knopf left Thursday for California after spending a 21-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. Florence Godfrey, of Humboldt spent Memorial day visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey and her sister Ruby. . . • Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergenson and Dennis, of Algona, were visitors Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Phyllis Lichty, of Mason City, was a guest Wednesday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Mrs. Vern Stone, of Algona Pastor Memorial Day Speaker at Ledyard Memorial day and called at N, A. Pingle home. Mrs i land will be remembered 'J ma Simms, and Mrs T 1 ~ > —~ "••• Simms. Mr. and Mrs. J. H W»if and Doris visited at the Kn , • Bonickson home i n R inKn " t(! | Wednesday evening ChM I Bonickson, who has been I German prison camp Jl LEDYARDERS HEAR RICHARDSON IN A FORMAL ADDRESS June 4 —Wednesday Lcbens - daughter was given in the. Town hall at 10:30. Howard llerzog, president of the Community club, presided and the program was: Star Spangled Banner; Flag drill, boys and girls; group singing, America the Beautiful, America, When Johnny Comes Marching Home; Prayer led by Rev. Mr. Nuss; solo, Just a Prayer Away, Thomas Garry; poems, Sic Jean Gabel; poem, Patricia Matzener; ad-, dress, What Mean Ye by This I Service, Rev. C. C Richardson, | Algona; duet, Marian Stenzel| and Thomas Garry. •_ | • The service was then dismissed by the Rev. Mr. Nuss and ad- Earth and will visit her sister, Mrs. John Clingman, at Elmore lor several days. Bible School in Session— Daily vacation Bible school is being held this week at the Sacred Heart church, with 70 boys and girls enrolled. Three Sisters from the Bancroft school are in charge. Sunday morning at 8:30 ten children made their first communion. New Barrett Son 1 Named— Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and -Mrs. D B. Mayer accompanied V. A. Barrett to Buffalo Center laglj Monday to visit Mrs. Barrett and son at the hospital. Their new son has been named Charold Clarke. Pastor's Father Goes Homc-7- The Rev. Frank Cass, of Fayette, came Wednesday ito take his father, J. Edward-Cass, who has been here visiting the Rev. E. E. Cass ihe p.ast They returned the Btl J M |J WSCS Circles in Meetings— | Picnic, at Town Park—' : _ The circles of the Methodist 1 Mr; and Mrs. Ed. Mason, Char- WSCS w!ll meel Wednesday af- le» Cto, the George Thompsons, ternoon. Circle 1 will meet at ^fy 8 ™- thpe T r^mm-MV Guv xs^rss Sip l .r»/i|lS «s r,t^ m «ffl^-is±iiKaffi-^S^ £, b \S tSTAftilSS' — —- °"" —- ' will have the lesson. Circle 2 will meet at Mrs. Emil Anderon's, with Mrs. George Wolf issi.ssting. Circle 3 will be at he country home of Mrs. • Ed, Hof, Mrs. Albert Genrich assist- nesday evening and enjoyed a picnic honoring the out-of-town relatives. Other Luverne News. Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Goetcsh and daughter Doris, and esson by Mrs. T. L. Williams. virs. t\iut!Li vjeiuiuii aasi»L- ana aaugnier uons, anu ivn». ng. Devotions will be led by j Charles Goetsch went to Fort Mrs. "William Murray, and the Dodge Wednesday afternoon to ~ get Charles Goetsch,. who had, been receiving medical care at, Peitzke. Mrs. Barbara Mosely, of - . field., .spent Wednesday visiting her sister, Mrs. Irvin Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. George Thomp-; son, o£<;Ledyard, visited Wednes-j day at Mrs. Peter Thompson's. I Bertha . Godfrey, Algona, was a visitor Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis. Mrs. Corrine Smith, of Livermore; spent Wednesday visiting at Mrs. Herb Smith's. Robert Bornholdt spent Memorial day with his parents in Arnolds Park. •» the service. Sic Jean Gabel, of the WAVEs, led the flower girls as they decorated the soldier graves. Rose Marie McDonald, Phyllis Busch, Patricia Matzener, Marian Stenzel, LaVonne Bleich, Estella Frye, Kathryn Sullivan and Esther Green acted as flower girls. Wave Returns io Duty— Sic Jean L. Gabel left Thursday from Blue Earth to return to Pascal, Wash., after spending a 15-day furlough with her mo- AIR UNIT PRAISED. Other Lcdynrd News. Wilma Busch, Deloris and Agnes JunkOTneier came home from Des Moines Tuesday evening to visit their folks over Memorial day till Sunday. The girls are about through their training with Western Union, and expect to be sent out on new jobs in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nodland and ther. She has been ; Immaculate Conception my at Dubuque. Mr and Mrs George Thom son attended Memorial day »; vices at LuVernc Wednesday Af ter the services a family reuni™ | was held at the town ! and out-of-town. Last week Monday Mrs. j McDonald accompanied Mrs A. Devine and daughter of Ba croft to Hutchison, Minn., to • •tend the wedding of a nci' Elaine Kennedy. Mrs. Wm. Dau and daug L ' of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs ter Ehler, ol Swea City, visit at .the Harry Schroeder ho Memorial day. Bernie Looft and daughti 'Beverly,' Mrs. Margaret Looft Swea City, visited at the' N.' : Pringel : home • Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Wilson and Marvel Halvbrson went to Cedar ~ Tuesday t to. visit relatives ova Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Munson/e East Chain, were supper gue at the N. A. Pringel home Thu day. Mrs. Henry Dyer, Joe, Ir«\, and Robert, visited at Emmets ' burg Memorial day. (J Llljf JJC4A 31-* ' » .(jiiw uv -.| Earth, visited the cemetery here FISHERMEN'S PARTY The Emmetsburg Izaak \Valto League had a lake trout and 1 head fish fry at the Kearny i dium'Lake) State park Fi night. Narey Speaks at Luverne— the Lutheran hospital for a few.! A large crowd attended Mem- j days. I orial day services Wednesday af-1 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly, dau- ternoon in the cemetery. The I phters- Helen a.nd Ethel, and soil! program was in charge of theiSgt. Leslie Kubly, all of, Gold-] Legion Post, and the program in I field, and Mrs. George Tiede, of, eluded: Selections by the band) Des Moines, were dinner, guests l under direction of Sephanie i Wednesday at Henry Kubly's. •;. Cowling; message, Commander Mr. and Mrs. DeRa'y Godfrey Walter Engel; invocation, Rev. and son Robert, of Mason City, A. R. Smith; floral ceremony by j and Mrs. Robert Masteuson, also Boy Scouts; band music; poem,' of Mason City, spent Memorial! In Flanders Field, James Blu- day at Mrs. Olla Godfrey's, mcr; address, Judge H. E. Nar- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wain, of [ ey, of Spirit Lake; band music; Clarksville, attended Memorial I salute to the dead by the firing ( day services here and also visited! squad from the PW camp at Al-', friends. The Wains are former) gona; Star Spangled Banner; : Luverne residents. •• .H tafcs. .«. ,'i I '-'Mr. aad-uMss. iEd. uHa An Eighth Air -Force Station in I England^ Undated—Among 185000 men and women of this air force congratulated after VE day by Lt. Gen. Jas. H. Doo- litie on their brilliant record against the Germans, was SSgt.. Stanley R. Sands, son of Mrs. j Mary-Anderson Sands, deputy, in the county treasurer's office at, Algna. ^ QUARTET GRADUATED. Walburg College, Forest City, May 21—'Melba Kittelson, Swea City, was one of two seniors graduated recently "with highest distinction." Completing a teacher- training course were Maxine Cody, Fcnton; . Marjorie Nelson, Lakota; and Lorena Riebhoff, of EAGLE ^SAVES UP TO 40% OF YOUR FUEL COOLER IN SUMMER New Construction Still Retarded By Lumber Control Order EAGLE Mi n cm! Wool ISOLATION FIREPROOF WATER REPELLENT WILL NOT SETTLE YOU ONLY INSULATE ONCE BE SURE YOU GET THE BEST NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS TO PAY 1ST PAYMENT NOVEMBER 1 Eagle Insulation Is Different! CALL 275 AND LET US SHOW YOU Cowan Building Supply Co. 1'liono 275 Iowa Despite the proposed relaxation of Construction Limitation Order L-41, new home building, remodeling, maintenance and repair will be held back by the rigid lumber control order L-335j according to W. H. Badeaux, Secretary, Northwestern Lumbermen's Association. "The new W.P.B. order which reportedly allows up to $1,000 per year to be spent in new construction on a home .or dwelling unit puts the lumber dealer squarely on the spot," Secretary: Badeaux stated. It is stated the new order will permit the expenditure of $1,000 on each dwelling unit, rather than on each structure. This means that $2,000 can be spent on a duplex, $3,000 on a three-family apartment, and so on, up to $5,000. Also, $1,000 can be spent on the farm home. "Lumber control Order L-335 still allows the dealer to sell only ten per cent of the lumber he sold in 1944 on retail sales unless the purchaser has a farm certificate or priority rating," Badeaux explained. "Even when lumber for 'new construction' within homes was limited to $200 per year, there was scarcely enough 'free' lumber to meet demands in many sections." New Order L-41 is said to raise "new construction" permitted without farm certificate or priority rating from $200 per home to $1,000 per dwelling unit; from $1,000 to $5,000 on commercial stores, shops, etc.; and from $5,000 to $25,000 on industrial building including logging, lumber and sawmills, but not including distribution yards. This will boost the dollar volume allowed without priority more than five times above the prior regulation. In addition to the relaxations given above, the farmer still retains the right to spend $1,000 on his farm plant buildings per year. Furthermore, permission will be granted for "new construction" of churches, schools and hospitals up to $10,000. While increasing the amount from $200 on the home per year to $1,000 on each dwelling unit, the revised Order L-41 will provide that repair, maintenance, and remodeling (or new construction) must all come under tho new $1,000 limitation. "If the public is to receive the materials that the revised L-41 will lead it to expect, some revision will have to be made in L-335," Secretary Ba' deaux asserted. "Otherwise L-41 revised merely permits people to try to get the materials with which to build." MORE SUMMER MILK THIS STATEMENT IS BOUGHT AND PAID FOR BY F. S. Norton & Son .77 cents .56 cents .55 cents The following price paid for whole milk emd cream butterfat: April 1 -30, 1945 Wholemilk 3% Butterfat Sweet Cream Butterfat First Grade Butterfat F.O.B. Algona . , , Manufacturing Iowa State Brand Butter' License No. 4 DISTRIBUTOR Pasteurizd B.D. Tested Milk and Cream Cottage Cheese DISTRIBUTOR Al - Co Gas Distillate and. Kerosene Al - Co - Tex Gas Tractor Veedol Oil Non-Taxable Tractor Fuel Al - Co Oil DISTRIBUTOR Skimmed Milk Powder Buttermilk Powder Stock Salt Block Salt Dairy ade Calf Meal Algona Co-operative Creamery Co. PHONE 400

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