Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1945 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY, JUNE 12, ... TOPS FOR QUALITY Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, JV. Y. Franch'sel Rottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge Lei Cowan do (he Complete Job 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. I First, ohtain from us a Veteran's Guaranteed Loan as a down payment. Then, apply for an FHA Insured Mortgage to finance the balance of the purchase. An FHA analysis of the transact lion will tend to protect against possibly inflated real estate prices in certain areas. There are other risks which the FHA system will help you guard against. Before you buy, consult us fop full details. Veterans' inquiries are welcomed. Come in any time. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN PHONE 55 ALGONA GOOD/YEAK DEPENDABLE EXTRA-MILEAGE RECAPPING NO CERTIFICATE NEEDED Tires Thin? They won't go iar on sizzling, summer pavements . . . better get some protection on them before they burn up and let you down. Save tires, save lime and money . . . see us today for fast, expert, low-cost Goodyear recapping. $ DUTCH'S Super-Service WAR LOAN Algona Phone 33 Burt Alumni Plan Reunion' DATE BIG EVENT FOR WEEK FROM THURSDAY NIGHT Burt, June 11—The first class and daughter Lorena, took their son John to Sioux City Thursday, to attend Morningside college. Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. William Alpers, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh Peterson and daughler Barbara, of to be gradualed from Ihe Burt i Fort Dodge, spenl Sunday af- high school was gradualed on ternoon at - the W. R. Chafee June 21, 1895. The surviving home. Mrs. Ernest Alphers' members of that class, which i husband was a buddy of Pfc. consisted fo Sylvester McChes- j Roland Chafee, who was home ney (deceased). Adelbert Angus, Mabel Peck, and Everett McDonald, have sent out invitations to all the "Old Boys and Girls" to j meet them at a picnic to be held' Thursday noon, June 21, at the .school house to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the class. A special invitalion is given to all who taught, were board members, etc., of the original little one-room school which was Burl's firsl school house, and also those who atlend- cd the "Select School", which I vns held in the attic over McDonald's hardware store. At the time the first class was ! graduated the school was a four room frame building. Twb( members O f the class, Dr. An- j gus and Mrs. Mabel Peck are ex- I pected t 0 * attend. Everett McDonald now lives in Los Angelus. On the invitations sent out on a 30-day furlough. The boys were inducted at the same time and had been logether in Ihe Pacific till Roland was sent to a hospital several months ago. Mrs. J. J. John returned Wednesday from a nearly six weeks visit with relalives at Maxwell and Newlon. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and B. Shipler, Mrs. Will dorfs, and Donald Rings- Mrs. George White, her son, Sgt. Kenneth White, his wife and two children, of Harrison, Ark., were dinner guests a week ago Sunday at Roy Ringsdorf's. The Whites left the following day after a 10-day visit here with relatives. The Legion and Auxiliary met in the Legion hall last Wednesday evening. This year's; poppy sale netted more than $50. The Auxiliary elected officers, but appears'a copy "of" the first com-! some were unable to act, so the mencement program. Orations list will be given late* The by members of the class, music i Auxiliary sewing meeting willi bv the Mandolin club, a violin 1 , be held at Mrs. C. E. Sigsbees lius Heider, at Emmetsburg. The William Balls have bought Ihe old Shanor house, where the Harry Sankeys are living. They will get possession" July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Harvey went lo Rochesler last week Tuesday, where Mrs. Harvey was to have an operation. The Missionary Maidens will meet Thursday afternoon with Fern Habeger. Officers will be elected at this meeting. A group of neighbors gathered at Mrs. Will Ringsdorf's Saturday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs.G. J. F. Vogel went to Iowa City a week ago Friday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Robert Melville, a few days. Mrs. Dick Crpse, Minneapolis, visited Burt friends last week. Mr. Crose was a barber here several years ago. Caroline Hasse will attend summer school at Iowa City, and left for there Monday. George Boetlcher, Hancock^ Minn., visited Burt relalives a day or two last week. The Sewing Circle had a picnic Friday afternoon at the J. P. Trunkhill home. Carol Reynolds went to Des Moines Friday t o attend the A. I. B. school. The Birthday Circle met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Tecsie Ringsdorf's. solo by Carrie Goodwin, now Mrs. Will Bourne, and other numbers made up the program. Church Gels a Cleaning—Methodist women met Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. William Harriilton, of Wapello, came last week Mon- PORTLAND Plum -.Creek 4-H girls met at day for a week's visit at the, Jean McWhorter's last week j home of her son, Robert Hamil- j Tuesday, with 12 in all attend- clcaned the church last Wednes- j Burlington and ton. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Durett, came with her and day The work of covering the, visited at the Chris Bolie home-, walls with Nu-wood and refin- The Duretts and the Bolies were ishing the floor has been com- supper guests at Robert Ham- Here 9 the safe way to debt-free home ownership: pleted and regular services v/erc resumed Sunday. Child- ilton's. Pfc. Roland Chafee returned rcn'.s day will be observed June to the Shick hospital at Clinton ing. After the business meeting the girls exchanged print feed sacks, and took pictures. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey went to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday, and Mrs. Harvey consulted doctors, and went through i 17. For the past three Sundays Saturday aflter spending a 30- the clinic. It was found an e' the Methodists have met with day furlough here with his par- mergency tumor operation was ' the Presbyterians in the Presby- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chaf- necessary. Mr. Harvey came ; terian church, the Rev. A. G. ee. The Chafees were guests at home, and Friday returned, _tak- • Heddle conducting the services, a fried chicken dinner at the G. ing Mrs. Jos. Zanke. I Until a minister can be secured P. Hawcott home .Wednesday the Rev. C. C. Richardson. Algo- evening. ' na, will fill the pulpit. Preach- Mrs. Max Smith and son ; ing service will be at 9:45 a. m. Billie, Eldora, visited from;Tues- the Emil Eimer family is to be i i day to Friday at Ihe'Jarn'es Ol- wired for electricity soon. This ' Mrs. Will Fish Son Dies— I lom home. Roy Ollorri.i; petty is a continuation of the REA, Mrs. L. E. Town returned a o ffi ce r in the navy, accompanied and the farm Earl Miller lives i week ago Friday _to her hom_p_ at them home and from 'there was on is also to be wired soon. Mrs. Harvey underwent the operation on Saturday. The Mann farm, tenanted by i Ralaton, Minn.- Her sister, Mrs. to i eave again for active duty. I Will Fish, returned to her home jje had spent about a month at Whittemore Sunday. They nere had been visiting at F. L. Pratt's .nj Willard Schwietert was a and on Memorial day Mrs. Fish dinner guest last week^Sunday at 'Sj. Mary's Hospital. received word that her son, at lne home of his uncle','W. Hi i Janice McWhorter 5s a Harlan, 36, had died from a Schwietert. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter and daughter Joan, and Evelyn Becker,, went to Rochester Sunday to attend capping ceremonies Mary mem- , J. P:. iStow, i ber of the class o f cadet nurses ; heart, attack at Seattle, . W v ash., and M r . and Mrs. Cecy, Gpdfred- .,who have completed the first i The body was cremate'd, and the-" son and family also, spent"Sun'- '"three" month's" of training, lashes buried in Burt Friday. ' - "• — -•' "-- ^-t------ • ; Party for Service Man day afternoon, tert home. Mrs. George at the Schwie-' Koestler enter- When you buy gasoline, remember ... Standard Red Crown Gasoline, today, as through the years, is preferred by Midwest motorists over any & f •* other brand by a margin of ma to M Gasoline is vital to victory... don't waste it. Buy more War Bonds >•••••••••••••*••••••••>•••••• In motor oil popularity, Standard Oil also leads. First choice of Midwest motorists is _> Standard's Iso-Vis. This long-lasting, sludge-resistant, low-in-engine-carbon motor oil will help keep your car going stronger... longer! HM Jolt. , p T-l 1 /-M U '1V11 E>. VJCWlgU AWJtal.lcl tln.^1- In honor of Paul Olson, who tained Sunday at di nner in hon| was at home on leave, a large Qr f the birthday of Mrs . Geo . j group of relatives and friends Koe ° stler Jr . Guests i nc i uded ihad a party in the Legion hall the Qeo Koestlers Jr the j im last week Tuesday evening. christensens the cliffordv Kran- I Bridge: was played at 16 tables. t Tito nka, and G. J. ff. Vo- I Mr. and Mrs. Olson and family ge j < More than 40 attended the meeting of the Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church i loft Thursday for Redfield, S. D. i to visit his parents and other i relatives. Mrs. Olson and the I , ., , ... , ., children will spend the summer last ' Wedn e S day afternoon. The there. July meeting will be held July 11 instead of the first Wednesday, which is July 4th. Edward and Tom Neitzel, Ban- ; Daughter for Stanley Blacks— ' A daughter, Jane Ellen, was born to Mr. and Mrs.- Stanley I ,. . Black last week Monday at the croft are spendin a week or two 'homo of Mrs. Black's mother, attth * home , ° f th " r g ra "d P ar- Mrs. C. H. Schrader. Mrs. Leeck ents, Mr and Mrs. Herman Neil- Mrs. Charles Schra- . *fl- . A , d ?"8hler was born to was nurse. cler stayed with the other Black children while Mrs. Black was away. The Blacks now i'our girls and one boy. have ! New Graham Grandchild— I Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham i have a new grandchild, a dau- j ghter born to Mr. and Mrs. ; Raymond Mitchell, Trenton.f i Neb., June 6. This is the first i child for the Mitchells. Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Joyce Graves, has beeu spending several weeks with her. Chuch Dedication Planned— Plans are being made for a dedication service at the Meth- j odist church June 24. Dr. Roadman, president of MorningslidM college, is to be here at the morning service, and the Rev. F. E. Burgess, district superintendent, will speak at the afternoon service. Reunion of Veterans— Lt. Willard Schwietert, Sgt. Robert Esary, and Pfc. Roland Chafee were dinner guesls at the Jim Christensen's Thursday evening. The boys all worked for | Mr. Chri.stensen before going in the army. All have been overseas and furlough. are now at home on Mr. and Mrs. Durward Neitzel last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom, their sons Roy and Gerald, who were at home on leave from the navy, and Ruby Stenzel, spenl the weekend a week ago with relatives in Minneaplis and St. Paul. Alice Esarey, who works in Washington, D. C., came last week Monday to visjl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Esarey, and her brother, Sgt. Robert, who is home on a'furlough. Lt. and Mrs. Vinton Ellis, who had spent several wejeks with Mrs. Ellis parent's, left last week Monday .for Miami, Fla., where he will be at an army rest camp for a time. Beverly Howie, Emmetsburg, came a week ago Sunday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. F. Lichter. Her father spent Thursday night at the Lichter home. Clinton Henderson returned from Rochester, Minn., a week ago Saturday, after going through the clinic. He is now working at the Cotlon hatchery in Lone Rock. Mrs. Mary Steward, Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward attended a mem- Graham Son in Hospital— The Jay D. Grahams heard lust week that their son, SMlc orial .service for Wayne Jacobs at Kanawha a week ago Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Schenck and dau T , ,, , , . . .. j ghter Patricia, Arcadia, Calif., Joe Graham, who is m the navy | * rrived Fridaj ; to spend severa { Wearily we roll along ... But we'll keep on rolling has been overseas val hospital at Norfolk, Va., but expected to be home on furlough soon. ^°y, C I weeks at the home of her parents and Mrs. E. E. Paine, Mrs. Nettie McChesey, jwhoi Lieutenant Gray Liberated— Burt friends recently heard from the George Grays, who now I live in California to the effect that they had received word ( their son, Lt. Robert Gray, who was a German prisoner, was all right and had been liberated. Rebekahs New Officers— Officers elected at the Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday were Mrs. G. C. Giddings, N. G., Mrs. William Giddings, V. G., Mrs. Paul Macauley, secretay, and Mrs. Carrie Larsen, Ireas- urer. Burt Youth to College- Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, with her sister in Algona, visited from Sunday to Monday at the W. T. Kennedy home. She is Mrs. Kennedy's cousin. Myrtle Schwieterl returned to Des Moines last week Monday after spending 10 days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Warren Evans, Blythedale, Mo., came Tuesday for a few days' visit at the C. B. Chipman home. He is the husband of Mrs. Chipman's half-sister. ISgt. Ernest Lavrenz arrived Thursday from Camp Bowie, Texas, to spend a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Lavrenz. Mrs. Emil Hasse visited last week Monday and Tuesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ju- Many a worker, who once stepped on his own starter, today counts himself lucky when nobody steps on his toes in a jam-packed 'bup or trolley. Accustomed to shorter hours, he is surprised at his strength and skill to perform the more difficult tasks of a wartime day. It is his ambition to produce and produce and produce and thus hasten the day when our valiant youth will work by his side again. Yes, everybody has been more wearyjn wartime than ever before, not forgetting that patient Mother who is first on the job before breakfast. And, who of us isn't determined to carry on to total victory? If America hadn't had the spirit to pull together, if we hadn't sharpened our wits, if we hadn't surprised ourselves with our own sinew and self-reliance, we might feel uneasy over whatever trials may lie ahead. As it is, we can be grateful for our war-found capacities which will help the young folks get started in the sort of a world they want. Budweiser TRADE MARX DCS. U.S. DAT. OFF. S(nct -mwl IvUu *« molt tired than'usual when thty finish each vvOmt' d«y, * bottle of golden, foaming Budweiser it a welfomt ew tmtuon in if moment of *tla* atipn—and it mafal wartime metis Hutt AB565 © 1943 A N 1 E U S E R . BUSCH • • S A I N T I P U I

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