Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1945 · Page 3
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PAGE SIX. HODGEPODGE Webster—A stew of various ingredients, a mixture, THE fiULlrIG by .the court LAKOTANS TO A WOMEN'S EVENT JUNtll BURT KOSSUTH COUNTY A&VANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Lakota, in banning'Esquire"' from" "'the I rieell £ nd ' Mrs - J - H - Warburton, mails is the first step away from ! ?. f <n m * Gutknecht drove to but'failrrnnv in mmi\r ^ v««rt.-i ! "Urt * iHU*SCi3y Stternooh to «H- puieaucracy in many a moon tend the F _ Q _ woman , s Achieve . In the first place Congress gave the p. o. department no, authority to do anything but'grant a second class mailing permit to' publications of general charact-' The morals ment day program, and 106 women registered. The county chairman, Mrs. Al- presided. Reports Mnrvin Klocke writes that he is now working in an evacuation hospital at Regansburg, Germany, and says it is a very pretty place. Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klockc, near Ledyard, had his tonsils removed at the Blue Earth hospital a week ago Saturday. Theodore Trump is homo on a service. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trump, and has been in the south Pacific 27 months, Mrs. Melvin Ukena and baby er, Luverne high three years. Mr.. and Mrs. Renwick, and World War II, \ ted with the Co. at Plover, TUESDAY, JUNE 1945, the bride, san| the Lord's Pray- r, The bride is a 'graduate.. .of W-nrtburg colic ge, • Wnverly, and taught home .economics in the school the past The bridegrcom. is the son of Frank Krausc, of s a veteran, of nd is now associa- Vlid-Continent Oil where the couple' will make the r home after a hort wedding left last, week for a two weeks j Besides thost visit with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd ! tendance were was assumed by some sanctimonious old goats in the department. And some of the damp- hool rulings of the department on what is and what is not,a lottery should be given a once over. if THIS IS THE season of the year when you settle clown to listen to your favorite radio program, and find the darned thing has quit for the summer, and something' that files your nerves has bee substituted. But it's a funny thing—those soap men, the girls' chairman, and several 4-H county officers gave short reports. Music was furnished by group singing, and several numbers by the 4-H girls. A Dr. Zimmerman gave a talk on cancer. A tea was enjoyed after the meeting, at which Mrs. George and Mrs. John Wyman, Greenwood twp., poured. A social hour followed. Gathering at Winter's— A week ago Sunday visitors at the George Winter home were a at Lake Park. hur Maasdam Mrs. Max Nitz, Ledyard, was gonn, and Mr. Maasdam, ot IV operas jus/ keep on su fortnT daughter Bfernlce Winter, Chica- come summpr. S nrin« f.,n ,uin. 8°' wh ? « vacationing here; an- come summer, spring, fall, winter, of high water. Why anyone wants to listen to that tripe after all the pain and real suffering and misei-y in the world is humans are other daughter and family, Ihe Con Higgins', Whittemore; Dr. hostess to the Lutheran Aid at the church here last week Wed- neday afternoon. It was Mrs. J. H. Mularkoy who was sicek, not Mrs. J. H. Warburton as reported laJt week. trip. mentioned, in at- Mr. and Mrs. Artson Jimmy, Aland Mrs. Marion LUVERNE GIRL IS BRIDE OF RENWICK YQOTH Call on Hip Piiieni— The Rev. s Phillips were Thursday calli wh 0 is in the treatment for Jt .oiler, who. Luverne, June 11—St. John's! Navy Veteran anson. nd in Mrs. Fort Robert Dodge ig on Mrs. Heller, hospital receiving broken hip. Mrs. nakesi her home with her daughter and son-in- law, the Albejrt Genriches, fell last week Tue the fracture. Mercy hospita Mrs. Heller is ' age. tending summer school in Algona.... The Ernest Phillips family, of •Storm Lake, spent a few days visiting at the home of-his mother, Mrs. Jennie Phillips, and also .with his brothers HrfroL' and Paul. SC2c and Mrs. Richard Smith returned recently to Lambert Field, St. Louis, after Spending a leave at the home of his parents, the Lloyd Smiths. Joyce, small daughter O f Mr. and Mi-s. Harold Meyer, underwent a tonsilectomy in « hospital in Fort Dodge Saturday. Selma Behnkendorf, of Bode, spent several days visiting a,t! the home of her mother, Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. The Methodist Sunday School board Thursday decided to hold the hnnual picnic Wednesday, July 4th. The Presbyterian church is being shingled this week by the Fort Dodge roofing company. n« o,^ „ „' • A IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF day and received TOW A TM Awn iron She was taken to for treatment, learly 85 years of • KIND OF NICE AND pre• warish to read Harlan Miller's stuff again in the Register. It's been a long-time since the public has had a chance to get the doings o f the b.w., b.b., b.g. and to disagree vjolently wiin him at a safe distance. • # .& •>' '* NO. KIDDIES, that bright and shining thing in the sky yesterday was not a Jap balloon, and you- wasted a lot of amunition going ; ta-ta-ta-ta' at it, That, kiddies, was the sun, that used to shine and make things warm, and it used to come up in the east almost every morning. Pretty, wasnt it? :;-- :'.: :'f * ONE BABY WILL HAVE to be a little indefinite when asked where, it vyas born, ^iTnd just say Algona, instead of one and Mrs. Cromwell, of Austin, I Lutheran church, a small rural i MM3c Willa Minn.,; and Mrs. Winter's sister, i church located near her home spending a lei Mrs. Louisa, Cromwell, who also , at P™ nel1 ' Mlnr >-> w f chosen \ and other reh has been visiting the Winters for b y L 'U>an Roggow for her marr- | Mrs. two weeks. -Mrs. Cromwell went home with her son, Dr. Cromwell for a visit there. I Visits Here— d Zeigler is here ye with his wife tiyes and friends, former Sunday School Picnicks— The Methodist Sunday school . held its annual picnic last Wed- j °f spring flowers made an nesday ,and 40 attended. It had tractive setting for the wedding, been planned to have the event The Rev. A. H. Fritzchel, of IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY. IN THE 'MATTER OF THE i ESTATE OF H. F. HELMKE,' 'DECEASED. IN PROBATE NO. 5014. NOTICE OF i ADMINISTRATRICES' SALE. Notice is hereby given that .by o ___ _ i virtue of an Order entered in the iage a week "ago Sunday after-! othy Lund, daughter of'Mr. ah'd' District Court of Kossuth Countyj noon to William Krause, of Ron-'Mrs. O. S. Lund. ' Willard,. who ' Iowa < on the 15th day of May, has been station-' 1945 - the undersigned Alvina "diterraneah' af'ea- Helmke and Sophia Helmke, as Administratrices of the estate of H. F. Helmke, deceased, will sell .wick. | is in the navy The ceremony took place at ed in the ' M 4 o'clock in the presence of many for the past si •relatives and friends. Basket) at Walter Leslies', but rain came as the dinner was being prepar- Jackson, Minn., officiated at the single ring ceremony. The pas- Lt. James Neville Home veral months.' at public auction at the front door first of last g'omery, Ala., with relatives arrived Ihe ' of {he Courthouse in Algona Kos- Week from Mont- suth County, Iowa, on the 27th day WCCK. 11UII1 1V1UML- .. T lln A ri IQdK - 1 in./.'i (r, sM-ionrl n Innun ' Ol JU ne, A. LJ., 1M1J, '.p. spend a leave , , , A ,, r ., ed so the people went to the ! tor wore a while robe with green j al the home church basement. Those who i vesments. parents, Mr. wished played games on the school grounds after dinner. Warburions to Lakes— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton and daughter Ruth, Elmore, visited relalives here Thursday evening. They left Friday for a vacalion among the lakes in northern Minnesota. Harry '.is, 1 now a salesman for the Compan- .ger nursery at Elmore, and Mrs. Wacburton taught in the high of the hospitals/The youngster's j S choSihere las vear papa raced Ihe stork, and lost, ' scllooTstnere last y ear but by only 15 feet, for when he pulled up in front of the hospital all he could do was rush in, and drag out a pair of nurses to take care O f things that had already happened. But the stork really had too much assistance, for Papa and Mamma got started in time. But a tire blew but, and Papa sweat, blood getting the spare on, and dan'ged if that didn't blow out just as he reached town. Gritting his teeth, and j Gets 30 Days at Hdrne— aided no doubt by Mamma's' Donald Koppen, younger son back seat driving and the other j of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen, things at the same time,' he :just | who is .a merchant marine, is en- drove, flat tire and all, right for i joying a. 30-day leave at home' the hospital.. Mamma and babe Lakota Boy Gets Discharge— S-Sgt Glen Klocke, who has been in service for^ several years came home from a - camp at Greenville, Texas, last "'Vweok' Tuesday and Thursday went to Algona where he received his honorable discharge from the army. Glen was in Africa, Sicily, and Italy during the battles in those places.. in the air corps. Stephanie Cowling, roommate i Dimlcr. He i; of the bride, played soft music I during the ceremony, and also Fred Hanselman Dead— presented a half hour of nuptial music preceding Ihe ceremony. Relalives h in Algona and i of Mrs. Neville's i and Mrs.-A. W'. I :re have received word of the death of Fred Han- Maynard Henderson, Luverne, a I selman, of West Bend. Funeral former student of the bride, sang! services were "Because", at the conclusion of! West Bend, which the strains of Lohengrin's I Oilier Li Mr. and Mr,< held Salurday al vernc News. Robert Lee Lich- wedding march announced the 'bridal party. The bride entered the church on the arm of her ty, of San Diego, Calif., spent father, who gave her in maarige. several days | visiting at ', the She was attended by her sis- Bob Zweifel home, and with ter-in-law, Mrs. William Rogg- other relatives. They left the acted as latter part of cago lo visit a formal! and Mrs. Lee the week for Chi- his parents, Mr. iLichty. Robert Lee ow, of Dunne!!, who matron of honor. Mrs. Roggow worn . ; gown of sheer material in peach j is in the navyl and carried an arm bouquet of! The Lutheran Aid met at the peach colored carnations. The church parlors Thursday after- bride was gowned in while Nin- j noon, Mrs. TJheresa Will, hos't- on entrain with lace yoke and i ess. After the business meeting a finger tip veil held in place j the Rev. L. Wittenburg read a with orange blossoms, and she chapter from carried a bouquet of swansonia [ now studying with pale yellow roses. The bridegroom's only attend- the : book they are Lunch was ser- anl was Sgt. Thomas Orvick, of Mrs. J. L. ved by the hostess at the close of the afternoDn. Eustace and her Oilier Lakutu Mewn. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus, and Mrs. James Lichliter spent from Saturday till Monday a week ago at the J. H. Gelhaus home at Hubbard. They visited at the Ed. Christ home in Forest City Monday on the way home. Mrs. Arthur Smith left last Thursday for the return trip to Glendale, Calif., after several weeks with i-elatives here and ., - - . - - at Algona. She accompanied there are some changes he r father, home after he had vis- ,.... . loo many i™ look a ited in California more than a little -nude without the custom-1 year Ukena, who is sta- Dodge City, Kans., are doing nicely, but Papa, so 'tis said, will never be the same again, and resents' being compared lo Bing Crosby's losing race horses. • M'OVIES OF ATROCITY camps in Europe should 'be a "must" picture for every American, lest we forget and forgive too much and too soon. if A SHORTAGE in the poultry market is very apt to happen year ary brood of chickens rippling, p / away from the buildings to .the lit ™ fields. Then., also, Des Monies | nnrl hi and other hotel owners are sending scouts ,out into the country bidding for the old hens, thus cutting down pn eggs—and 'tis rumored paying some fancy iblack market prices. It's a rather shady business for all concerned—the black market—'tor ALL 1 concernedi • THE SWIMMING pool opened, but the town didn't celebrate much, except to shake down. the furnace and wonder what the sun looked like the last time they saw it. * ff :'.: • READERS OF the famous Colyum of former years will 'be interested to know that Ward Barnes, of Eagle Grove and "Gladys of Sioux City" fame, as well as being Governor Blue's campaign manager in the recent campaign, is now a Lieut.- Col.! That is, he's a lieut.-col. on the governor's military staff. Now if Ward will grow himself a set of white handlebar mustaches and pass out the real mint juleps, danged if the breahtern won't be very happy to call him Colonel, Suh! But, shucks, bet- cha it does not spoil the best top-kick that ever pecked away and his fiancee, Vera Perrin, of Sherman, Texas, are visiting with Paul's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, while Paul has a 15- day furlough. Dorolhy 'Schroeder lefl last week for Des Moines, where she is taking a 12-week course in a business college. Lola, another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schroeder, is attending school in Omaha. Mrs. George Heetland and Mrs. Arthur Peterson were hostesses to a group of women at Mrs. Heelland's last wek Tuesday. A dessert lunch was served and the rest of the evening was spent al bridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke, Mrs. Anna Ogren, and Emma Thaves visited Mrs. Henrielta Aalderks at the Kossuth hospital i Algona Thursday. She is reported as improved. Mrs, Mary Leslie, mother of Walter Leslie, returned last week Monday from Iowa City, where she recently underwent an eye operation. She is reported slowly recovering. Gage Mussman, son O f Mr. and Mrs. George Mussman,, of Ellsworth, Minn., spent last weel| visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman. at a typewriter, because that and Mrs - Harry Mussman. Barnes feller, for a little guy, Ernest Reese, Cedar Falls, gets around, he sure does and a brass hat would never never fit. •k ANYONE WHO FEELS too critical of the Russian's distrust of other nations won't have to go loo far back to find a reason that should, silence the criticism. For instance, how many believed Russia would stand up and wallop the-daylights out of the German army when Hitler invaded? Fess up! and who did the politicians of every country use as a whipping boy in fire- wate speeches to get themselves elected to office? The base on which this country was formed, and the one on which Russia was formed are very different masses in each country are not but the people who make up the so very much different, and the Russians are tending toward the same goals to which we aspire. Once the U, S. was the most suspicious nation on earth, exceeded now only by Russia. It took the people of the U. S. a came last week for a few days stay at his farm west of town. The Vernon Smiths now live on the farm. long time to get over knocking down the old League of Nations. And remember it has only been this present generation of Russians who were allowed to learn to read and write in the mass. —D. E. D. H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss ajid damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona. la. the Great Lakes nav;il hospital, j daughter Erma, Ruth Wiagner,. | At .the conclusion of the ewe- 1 daughter of Richard Wagner,' mony -Kenneth Witteri i b-iirg;''rjii-'''nikl-"He]eh -WdlftfdawehterJ'of Mr. at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of said All that part of the Southeast Quarter of Section Eight, Township Ninety-five North, Range Thirty, West of the Fifth P. -M., which lies South and West of trie Palo Alto- Kossuth County Joint Drain No. 1, as now located; and also all that part of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Eight, Town ship Ninety-five North, Range Thirty, West of the Fifth P. M., which lies South and West of said- Palo Alto-Kossuth County Joint Drain No. 1, as now located, except the following described portion thereof, to-wit: Beginning at the Southeast Corner of said Sputh-wfist Quarter and running thence North Forty-two Rods, thence West Twelve Rods, thence South Forty-two Rods, thence East Twelve Rods to place of beginning; . verne, also a former student of and Mrs. George Wolf, are at- nmunson OPTOfflCTRIST A Summer Shelter Means More Poultry Profits A summer shelter for pullets is not a luxury. It's the — —^ ^^iiwuu it> iiwi, a iMAUiy, 11 S Uie key to more profitable poultry production ... a part of the ALL-PULLET LAYING FLOCK PROGRAM Pullets should be separated from the cockerels at 12 weeks . . . given room tc shelter is easy to bull pullet yearly. Range Feeders Save Labor- Plans, grow—forage on clean range. " o- —*• --«*v*^w VIA uxcctii j-cillut:. Clean ground means freedom from disease too. The oV»J^Mx^H-lrt^vrt»~.--A_ 1 * * 1 J_ I, costs a postage stamp per Range Waterers -We Have the Materials If the summer sheltei and waterers, supply should be used if the . are on range too. Thej about plans, materials. doesn't have attached feeders range feeders and waterers. They cockerels in the brooder house save time and labor. See us F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 ALGONA and also All that part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Eight, Township Ninety-five North, Range Thirty,' West of the Fifth P. M., which lies South and West of the said Palo Alto-Kosstilh County -Joint Drain No. 1, as now located, and South of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Right of Way, containing in all One Hundred Thirty and one-half acres (130y z ) more or less, which above described properly will be sold free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except the mortgage now held by Bunkers Life Company of DCS Moines, which mortgage the purchaser will assume and agree to pay na a part of the purchase price, and also the real estate described as: Lots One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and Seven, except that portion which is described as follows, lo-wil: Beginning at the Southwest Corner of Lot Seven, thence Southeast One Hundred Feet, thence Northeast .parallel with the West line One Hundred Feet, , thence Northwest parallel with the South line One Hundred Feet, thence Southwest One Hundred Feel to place of beginning, all in Block Nine, Whittemore, Iowa.' Out Lot One (1) of Whittemore, Iowa, except the West Eight (8) Hods thereof, which property will bo sold free •and clear of all liens and encumbrances; thai said real estate is being. sold for the purpose of paying obligalions oT the estate. The ter-ms are One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) down and 'balance as soon as Abstract of Title hay been approved. 1945 lease v/.ll be assigned to, the. purchaser upon full selllement. Purchaser inusl execute Contract with forfeiture provisions. Dated this 18th day of May. A. D., 1945. ALVINA HELMKE and SOPHIA HELMKG, . Administratrices of the festal" of H. F. Hclnikc, deceased. 40-41 Kanawha Sales Pavilion Weekly Sfttes 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. a ONE COAT COVERS • REALLY WASHABLE • EASY TO APPLY This durable OIL paint is ready (or use; no thinnihg or mixing wilh water. No prime: is necessary. It has real washabilily because it is an Ol L paint. One coat usually covers on new or old painted walls —even wallpapet, regardless of color or design. Each of the beautiful colon lias been painstakingly selected lo insure a pcilccl color bjdgiound lor furniture and draperies. They may also be intermixed or tinted wilh white to match or harmonize wilh any decorative, scheme. Lyt-oll Solidhidmq Finish — the modem, ultra-Nat OIL point—h.is a dcplh of finish and richness of beauty not obtainable wilh water- thinned paints, yet meets every requirement of both speed and low cost ot material and labor. Come in or phone for a color cord. Cowan Building Al^onn, Til. IMioiic 275 MONEYMEAD reputation for- leadership in the n mixed feed industry has been built on "doing things" ... on constantly being alert to discover new and improved ways to produce better — and better""—i AND BETTER HONEYMEAD Balanced Proteins,- The two new HONEYMEAD plants in Washington, Iowa and Spencer, Iowa represent the latest advancement in extraction- type soybean plants. They are entirely new in idea. They are entirely new in method. They are most advantageously located. The result is . that HONEYMEAD Soybean Meal is uniformly of the highest quality. Equally new-day is the HONEYMEAD equipment and laboratory control in these plants.. ..for mixing proteins, minerals, vitamin sources and Dextrose that go into scientifically balanced HONEYMEAD mixed feed supplements. The result must be... HONEYMEAD Balanced Proteins of even greater .feeding efficiency and feeding economy. /•'; ' ' Your HONfflTMMP « «» ••••sii PRODUCTS CO. Mu ••* . . . tkru »*• » w» •od.rn HONEfMEAD plaits Mfo«, Iowa m»d Iowa. m SOLD BY FLOUR & FEED CO. NORTHWESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT ON 169 PHONE 257

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