Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR . ROLLIE STEELE, HAWAII, LAKOTA BOY, AT HOME Lnkota, July 2—Rollic Steele ' Jr., who has been in service in Hawaii for three years, is home on furlough. Gene Garrett, who was in service in the Aleutian island ^thrce years and back in thc States a year, has received an honorable discharge, and is 1 working with his father, Carl Garrett.-- Raymond Pothoff is on sick furlough. Grabaus Returning io Iowa— Arlis Heetland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, vho is taking nurse's training in Des Moines, is enjoying a Ihree- wceks vacalion wilh home folks. She spcnl a few days last week visiting at the E. L. Grabau's at Dodge Center, Minn. Peggy Grabau, who is attending state teachers/college at Winona, Minn., was also home for a vacation. Thc Grabaus expect lo move to Cresco,- Iowa, this year. College Girl Comes Home— Dorothy Ukcna, student at Dubuque univcisity, came home last -week lor a two months vacation, and will return in thc autumn-for her final year. Dorothy is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.; Ukeiia, and her brother is in service. She is a granddaughter of the late August Wortman and wife, pioneers of Ihio vicinity. Sam Smith is Dead— L..IO. ^uiii.a arm in and Mrs. Otto Koppen received a moss- iiyc 'iiiui.=uciy morning of the dcalh of Sam Smilh, 85. al his home' at Lorimer, but neilher v.as a^.o io to to tne funeral Friday. Sam binitn was a oroui- cr.of-- Mrs.- Emma Smith's late r.usband, t\. O. Smilh, and an un- cui o/ 'iYii's. Koppen. Alsona Soldiur a Visilor— KOSSUTH COUNTY, ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Wesley Girl in the Waves Glenn Gabrielson, husband, and baby daughter. j Arlene Eckstein visited over the weekend with her little cousin, Lois Reibhoff at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reibhoff near West bend. ' "'Mrs. Adam Azarski and little daughter, of near Kanawha, visited Thursday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Pearl Beukema. , Mary Kay, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sim '.Bemis, had her tonsils removed at the Koss- ulh hospital last week. Tuesday morning. ' Mrs. Katc.Esser .Cylinder, visited last week at the home .of her daughter, Mrs. Martin Mimbach and husband. SHIPPING TAGS AT THE ADVANCE. FOR SALK — FOLLKD HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. ( son, Lone iCuck, la. i IN LAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Blclg. Supply Co., phone' 275, Algona. 13uli)tf FOR RENT—Downstairs slccpi ing room in modern home. Al-1 so garage suitable to store furn-' iture. 517 W. Stale St. . 17u43 I KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLACE i -_—biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed for i only a few cenls. ADVANCE. If Liver more Fa!mily IFOR SALE—Modern house, six • . Q. •«•'»*' ' . !- rooms 'and bath, insulated, oil 111 1 ICniC Iveiinion burner, garage, on pavement, at Livcrmorc, July 2—There' was 202 K College. Sec U. D. Monlux a Berryhill reunion'at the Judd 20p43-44 sss town, N. D.. Mrs. Fred Kayser and daughter of Webster City, Mrs. Claire Berryhill and daugh- teroC Vincent, Mrs. Ellen Berryhill, Luvernc, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Opheim and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Berryhill and family. and the Judd Bcrryhills. A picnic dinner was served at noon. Pictured is Alvin-i Julia Opp- rjfin!. Pin-.'<•, Hiiiij.'i'lo 1 - of I.'i.-s. Matilda Lot-big, Wcsl-jy, who is in the Waves und at present, ai Ihe naval technical lr:iininf; command, Chicago, where she lakes care tf health re-cord.; of tiie personnel at the command, bne o:'.l-lcd in Ihe Wavi ; in ii-43. She h a graduate of the Wesley high school, and aucnd- ecl Britl junior college, and was employed at Kleanpctcr'.s store at Wesley prior to enlistment. IH LUZON & .•"!&'ir-j(H Uunn's' mother, Mrs. Eva Mitlag, ana anotner daughler, Mrs, Robert Nolle, and daughler, Algona, are- aiso vijiling nere. bgt. 'lome on lurlough, and te is in service. Will Noble in Hospilal— Relatives here received word Luveme, July 2—V.-'or'l from division in norlhern reports thai Sgt, Tec'-,. George B. Kunkel has rccenlly been promoted lo that rank. En- lei ing Ihe army in 1942 he has been in Die southwest Pacific a- vea for 38 months. He saw his lirst combat with the- 126th infantry of the famed 32nd (Red <. m s, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichly re- li.rned home die lirst oi last \.-.i.:r. iror.i Micnigan, where Ihoy .'ina ..jjv.nl H v.ee^'s vacations. .•:\:i.ci and All'jn C;oker came tin., \\ee-k from East Chicago, Incl., to visit their grandparents, i'.... uii.-.i iva-s. Fred ilagisi. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer rclyrned recently froni_ Wood'....!.•-, vvii'jje- t.ne-y spent' several clay: Pastor and Family Leave on Vacation The .Rev. and 'Mrs.- Eugene Nelson left Monday for Kansas lo spend a month's'vacation with relatives. During' the '• pastor's absence First Lutheran services will be conducted as usual. Nexl Sunday Treasurer SjoStrand, of Gustavus Adolphus college. St. Peter, Minn., will preach. Mr. Sjostrand is Ihe falher of the former local pastor, Ihe Rev. M. A. Sjoslrand. On three following Sundays a Lutheran pastor from St. Peter will be in charge. NOTICE—I HAVE taken over Ralph Hurlburl's feed mill, and am equipped to do any kind of grinding. Carl Wiener, Burl. Phone 173. p42-51 FLOOR SANDING AND REF1N- : ishiug. HcMvy t-oiinnercud equipment. Poiiuoit power plant. | .—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., pnoni. ! I 2'i'j, AJgona. 14uUHf i LOST~ ( IN ALGONA—BillfoJd containing ca.sn. driver's license, ration's: coupons. Liberal reward.''Ev:L. : Gilbert, 621 E. North st. Phone 973W 18p43 i- u;> "b^Lj-J — £AGLiJ WATER '- prout' "hoiiii: iUoUiuUoti, "Diown . ing service.—Cowan Bidg. buppiy ' Co.. phone 275. Aigonu. 17ul8tf LU VERNE cemetery Lot 53 belonging lo Robe Buell is declared aoandoned having had no paid care for 25, years and can be resold unless ownership is claimed. 27u43 WesleV Armv y .% in Norway ily were visitors in West Bend Friday afternoon. June Miller, of Lincoln, Neb., is visiting at Ihe home oJ hcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller. Wesley, July 2—Lt. Margaret Ksverly, of the. army nurse corps, is now in Oslo, Norway, having seen service in other 18 months. Pilot of thc plane she flew in to Norway was a Johnson boy from Cor.with. Mar" " Mr. HATCHERY FLOCKS WANTED —fur -T-J'l'i si.-a.-;on. Heavy breeds and White Leghors for Cross-breeding' .Write of phone.' Swea City Halchery, Swea Cily, lov,-a. Phone 35 25u42-45 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and qualily; i also Shorthorn bulls, ready Lor j service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to : 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— j Ben G. Sluder, Wesley, la. | Now MEET a man who could wnlk at 11i C ra j of 135 miles a day ... Captain Uobcrt Barclay of Ury, England. In ] 8 ()8 ho bet he could walk one mile every hourfo I 1,000 consecutive hours. The amaxiny thing.) is he did it! Imagine . . . one mile during each hour, day and night, for 41 days and 16 hours. But Captain Barclay's feet hurt, and plenty! . . . Now that cars arc wearing out at an alarming rate, many ex-motorists are unhappy about their feel, too, Every mile you drive speeds the day when your own car will wear out and quit. , ; | UNLESS it gets the professional care that can check needless wear. CAPTAIN BARCLAY in his wnlking dress from nn old print piMiahcd in 1813 (sec story at right) Str-e-t-c-h your car's life withj your Standard Oil Dealer's •' Better Car Care Service. Keep your ccr going stronger...longer! STANDARD OIL DEALERS' BETTER CAR CARE was laken to a hospilal. Stale Senator a Visilor— Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar entertained Senator and Mrs. C. W. Findley, of Fort Dodge, over the weekend. The Bargars also attended the annual picnic at school No, 1 south of Fort Dodge last week,'Tuesday. Son for Ex-Lakota Girl— Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson, ."Granada, Minn., have a son born.last week Wednesday. Mrs. Fe area in northern Luzon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel, of Luvernc. Returned Soldier Visits Home— Harold D. Riley has returned to his home after spending a two weeks visit with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Arl Rilcy and daughlcr Marjorie, al Lu- vcrne. He was recently dis- Ihe army after than three years He had been a sor- \ war scarred countries. She has | two bailie stars for the campaign I al Ardenes and Ihe Rhineland. • sale at ceiling prices or less; j with or without traclein. We i pay. top cash prices for used cars j trucks and pickups. See us lo sell O r-trade. W: E. Ley, - WANTED— coil water stopped "Wesley, forenoon TO THOSE WHO expressed heir sympalhy in so many beauliful and praclical ways, at the death of our husband > father and bro-' Many a soldier devotes his furlough to day-and-night mechanized operation on the horns farm. This is Cpl. Delmar Van Horn, '-. with his dad at Jefferson/ Iowa. Sexton. July 2 SLovall, Portland, Ore for lunch and lo rest. She was FOR SALE—16-inch rccondition- nn her return trip and had been ed lawn mower. Clarence See- Qn<n 44 ""•"""= wta-v* sori| and tne McGuire families. 36u43 Other Liikola .\«M\.S. Diane' J ,, Anderson, Mankato, Minri^,, .visiled her friend Diana Schroeder. here recently, and helped her celebrate her birthday. ,,Last week Diana went to Mankato'to 'visit Diane and enjoyed helping her celebrate her birthday with a party at Sibley park in Mankalo. Mcsdamcs Hugh Lewis, J. E. Tclcarrip, and Russell Winler entertained the Presbyterian Aid at the former's home Thursday afternoon. There was a large crowd present. Mrs. Fred Schroe- had charge of the program program, and gave a talk on ;.r>aith, Relatives here received word last week that Mrs. Art Sorenson reached her home in Glendale a w.eek ago Saturday. Mrs. Sorenson,.nee Charlotte Lewis, accompanied her father Charles Lewis Home from California, and then visilcd relatives. Mrs. E. H. Buschman, who re-' cently underwent a major operation at Rochester, came home Thursday and is recovering rapidly.,. Mcsdamcs Maude Hamilton, Jerry. Heetland. and Vernon Smith were Estherville visitors last week Wednesday. Irene,; Johnson. Edna Dontje, and Marion Sleper returned last we'ek from a three weeks visit at Colorado Springs. The finance board of the Meth- odist^ch'urch mel at J. H. Warburton's last. week Wednesday Mrs. H. H. Murray attended a party given by her mother at hcT home in Forest City Wednesday. * Algona Boy on Way td Service Overseas Sgt. George A Kohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl here, was last week en route from Tucson, Ariz., to New York, where he - was ordered overseas, and telephoned his parenls from Chicago. He did nol know his destination, but Thursday the par- puls had a letter saying thai he Iftifl '•failed to pass ftis overseas physical, and would remain in the U. S. He has been in service -since 1942, and in his leller commented on Ihe large cities he had recently visited, saying, "I wouldn't like to live in New York Citv—loo many people on the streets all the time." Eight Home from Camp— ! Thc Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Blylhe Larson., Arlene Jensen, Evelyn Jones, Arlenc Davidson, Dwight Sorenson and ; lone Braylon returned home Sal- j ur'lay ever.ing from the Okobo- jis, where Ihev had spent Ihe j week at Ihe Methodist summer i camp. German Prisoner Home— Sgt. Robert Miller arrived recently from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., lo spend u 60-day furlough with his parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller. Ho was laken pri- . soncr by thc Germans in December, 1004, and had been in a! prison camp since that lime. To Be IOOF Nurse— Mrs. Blanche Allen left last 1 week Tuesday at Mason City, after spending several days visiting at-the home of hcr mother, Mrs. H. E. Peitxke. Mrs. Allen will be employed as nurse in Ihe IOOF home a^ Mason Cily. OMior Liivcniii >.'«\vs. Mrs. Harold Phillios and children Marly.s and Henry, came home last, week Tue'-rlay aflor : several weeks visiting Mrs. Phillips' mother at Brighton. Rii r -s: .-1! '•emniriod wilh hi.s grandmother for a longer slay. ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, of Nora Sprinr". visitor) .several days at Ihe U. S. Grant homo. Elby and Harry Brown, who had visited Ihe Grants, loft Monday for their-'in-mo at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wolf and daughter' Carol, Mrs. William Thompson and hor son Merle spent several days at Cherokee visiting William Thompson anri other relives. M;;r. William Goetseh attended a miscellaneous shower in Humboldt rocontlv for Mrs. Ro- dcrf. Anderson, which was hold at the home of Mrs. Sidney Par- .sons. Mrs. William Thompson ro- '»"'H;d home recently from Hay- fiold, where she had spent several weeks visiting at the homo of hor S on Lawrence Thompson. Ralph SchipuJI, nf the navy, sin of Mrs. and Mrs William Schipull, relumed to hi.s station after .spending a leave at the home of his parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hrnnok and daughter Evelyn, of Pocahontas, were Puests recently at the home of Mr. ynd Mrs. Willi;im Gcctsch. Imopene Mcrt:-., cadet nurse al Des Mo.'ne*. scent several days visiting at the home of her par- Hornet." 1 ShVsaid^s^madc^a WHITE ONION SKIN''thin pa- and kindness in so many beau- 1 similar trip last year, and it had I>e r . cockle finish, • 8'/axH, just tlful and practical ways during b u t, so received.—ADVANCE. our recent bereavement we ex- lend our heartfelt lhanks. Mr.' SALE—Purebred Brown and Mrs. R. I. Simpson and fam- a bed only one night «, "?"* b " U - Ha . s . Sood records, ily. 43 ; ,mr« nut whom =ho S ' A ' Gardner, Algona 14p43 . gone umy uvu fQ-D thu year. She said she in so far, and camps out where she . . _ • r _ :r :l - : A MAN WITPI FARM KNOW . is at the lime. She said she on- WANTED—Hired man lo do LEDGE, qualified to repair joyed travclng alone, and look- , farm work _ Singlo- phone24- house, barn and other farm bu'lrl- mg at Ihe scenery lo her hearts F12, Algona. F. H. Froohlich ings, and also assisl in farming content, starting and slopping at, 18p43-44 operations as he may be needed, wi 'l i is wanted at the C. M. Kaas farms, | CALL KOSSUTH ARTIFICIAL Hi miles south and easl from Parly for Good Luck Sisters— i Breeders, phone 409, LoneRock Rodman, Iowa. Liberal salary Tho Good Luck sislers held for artificial insemination ser- j an( l other benefits will be paid to their annual party al Ihe hall vice. llp42-43 a capable man and family. For Thursday afternon with a nice — . details call on Mr. Haas at thn crowd. Games were enjoyed, FOR SALE—Hampshire sows farms, or gel in touch with H. D. and lunch was served by the and fall gills bred lo farrow Hutchins, Realtor, 110 So. Dod«o commitlee. Mrs. Glenn Gabriel- in September. C. C. Baas, West St., Algona, Iowa. 26 son and Mrs. Alfred Opheim. Bend - 15p42-43 -_.___-...-_ Tho committee for the new year -,,, A1 . Trn .__ ——— is Mrs. Harvey Steven, Mrs. Har-: W £?J . A °^ are the biggest bar- old Hunt, and Mrs. B. E. San-' rgam m , th f. world-4000 copies i dcrs. Names were drawn f or ' of y° ur ^_ dA1: ^i?, utod for a few new sisters. This lime Ihey are' ccnts - ADVANCE. if ciillc'd Pixie sisters. WANT ADS BRING BUYER and I _ T _"" _ , seller togclher; 4000 copies of ^ Cl T,' 3eu £ enma Dead— | your acl distributed for only a I Mrs. Pearl Beukema received f (; . w Cent5i ADVANCE tf a telegram Thursday telling of _ the death of her mother-in-law, " ^666 Cold Preparations at directed Mrs. C. .1. Beukema, at Spring Lake, Mich. She was 70. and is j BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Rock Independent July 13, 1945, at 8 Lone Rock Bank. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimale of expendilures for Ihe year beginn- Oldlimer in Calls Here- I '".« Ju] ? /' 194 , 5 ' ,?" d cndin g Ju " e u30 - 194G - A delailed slalement | Mrs Andy Wineert McAllis-' oi rcc 5:!P ts a " d disbursements, both past and anticipated will be ler, Tex., called last week on old, ava . llablc at thc hcarin 8- •"viends in and around Sexton. I She will be remembered by the ••urvivcd by nine children and aj Mrvrrr-tr. TM K j r j- t * T large number of grandchildren.! f . ^°T n^' 1C K f, '° f dli ; oct ? rs of .^ onc The funeral was held there Sat-i ^hool District, Kossuth county. Iowa will me uray afternoon. '' " THEY DID IT BEFORE- THEY CAN DO IT AGAIN With Farmall Tractor Power FUNDS ° Sexton older folks as Frances! Potorpnn. She and hor husband; nre visiting his brother, Law- j vcncc Wingort, al Wesley. I Kri^ps Brother Is Dead— j Mr. and Mrs. Joo Krieps. N. J. i "•Criops. Nicholas Krieps, We.sloy,. ••nrl Mr. ;mrl Mrs. Joe Mergen,; ••Hcndod tho funeral of their bro-! then- ;ind undo- George Krieps, j •it Rcm.son Friday morning. I General .—' | Transportation Other Sexton News Total Mrs. John Kain has been en- iriying a visit with her rlaugiiler,' Bontis p.ni M.I-S. Eleannr Peterson. Des Moi-• Interest w. Anothr-r daughter Mildred ! Total All =md hcr little daughter Sue, of Purposes Waterloo, came Wednesday by '-u<- for a visit with her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Young- 1 2 Expenditure's for Year E. M. JENSEN Dislricl Secrelary 5 6 IU 3 T 1-5 in f Ol 1-3 QJ V-H •- 3 g .. 16,363 342 General Fund 16,705 •virth. Wesley, spent Thursday 17.43G 334 17,820 2,157 17,030 10,977 W jj 3 03 18,770 350 18,520 2,200 20.720 v a 2,450 2,450 2,450 15,720 350 10,070 2(,200 18,270 Secretary's balance July 1, 1945. 1. General Fund (OD) $1,124.89 2. Less unpaid bills $300.00 3. Less balance reserved none 300.00 Fridav at the Joo Krieps | Net unincumbcrcd balance (G. F.) '._ (OD) $1,424.89 ' homo, keeping the children in tho absence of their parents. Fred L^vroon returned to Bur- lingtnn Friday by bus nfter a School House Fund $1,364.19 Number of persons of school age _._ 145 Taxable valuation, 1944—^..i —— $731,664 T HROUGHOUT the Spring, from the Rockies to the Atlantic seaboard, worried farmers searched the skies for signs of clear weather, but the cold rains fell relentlessly. For more than a month the seed should have been germinating in the warm soil. Millions of acres lay unplanted because Ihe ground was too wet for preparation of the seed bed and too cold for germination of the seed. Only a generation ago there could have been but one outcome—crop shortage and food scarcity. Nature allows scant time for planting'when the warm sun waits till late May or June before drying the soggy soil. Horses are top slow and tire too quickly to get the job done then. But the farmers remember May of 1943-only two years ago-when their fast, untiring tractors averted crop failure. Then, too, rain's flooded the fields and the month was all but spent before they could go in on the land and plant. In 1943, most farmers drove their tvactors from dark to dark, and longer. Many planted around the clock, working in two or three shifts. They made one of the greatest crops in history. In today's war-torn world-with hunger and disease already stalking many peoples-even one major crop failure could bring famine. This is why the sound of'tractors and planting machinery was heard, day and night, from the Plains states to the Eastern seaboard-why headlights stabbed the darkness : over the fields. America's farmers are doing it again, in spite of an unprecedented combination of adverse circumstances-bad weather, shortages of machines and shortages of manpowpr. For the second time in three years, they are relying upon their tractor-powered machines to help rescue large areas of the world from catastrophe. More of these tractors are products of International Harvester than of any other company. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANV 180 N. Michigan Aye. Chicago 1,1 BUY MORC BONOS * week visiting his daughter, Mrs. Moneys and credits, 1944 1 , -^^i,^'.«,', $ 41..000 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Your pledge for that bond— Is New \

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