Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 17, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 17, 1945
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PAGE TWO. .KOSSUTH COU-NTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Dittmers, Burt, In a Family Reunion Held at Algeria EVENT LARGELY ATTENDED HERE SUNDAY, JULY Burt, July 1..—A family reunion was held | the Oscar Anderson home. Mr. ! and Mrs. Frank Root and child] ion. also of New Richland, vis- j itt-cl from Wednesday to Friday ; at the Bleich home and with ol- j her Burt relatives. • Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen : were -fort Dodge visitors Thurs' day. Mr. McMullen's sister, Mrs. Dittmer, W. H. O'Donnell, and two sons, a week who had visited the McMullens School ( Secretary Resigns After Period of 46 Years . HP a pail at her home a week ago j money. Saturday breaking Irene Christ,' of Minh,. is helping with the work. Q'. D. Welhauseh, AAA comm- aao Sunday at the Mrs._ Kate since Sunday, accompanied them iueeman, church trustee, Rotar- Dittmer home in Algona. Attending from Burl were Mr. and Mr.s C. E. Sit'sbec and son Howard. Mr. ?nd Mrs. Gordon Sigshec nnd haby. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Dilt- mer, Mrs. Carrie Lar.'-en. Mrs. G)ee Bullock, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliff WaMman, the Arne and Leopard Dittmers. From I,one Rock the Harry Hobsons, Ray Bier- stcdts. and.Wm. Schraders wore prnsent. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hob- pon, New Orleans, La., the Lawrence nillifiers. Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis. Chicago. LAKOTA U. CARPET RAGS Lakota, July 16—Mrs. J. A. The county's new home economist, Lillian Peckham, was to Fort Dodge and then west to ian, and School board secretary Paton, where they are living at has for many years led an act-j present. , ive life, but a week ago decided i ; Mrs. Maurice Coffin nnd two Id lighten his duties somewhat! : daughters, Milwaukee, came last by resigning as secretary of the ' week Tuesday for u couple of German township school board. I weeks at the" C. S. Coffin and i He attended an annual meet• Robert Hamilton homes. Mrs. ing of the board and was reelect- Coffin had just returned from cd jo the same job he has held , visiting her husband, stationed . for 46 years. During this period I at Fort Riley, Kan. i Mr.- and Mrs. Ed. Jacobson. ,,,,.,, • t "**•• «•"• • •-*••"•• ,_,..,!,.,, «..v. *-.<,'and daughters Lela and Mrs. i Then the onlv requirement for i thej . Zimrn ermRn sang a duet, In Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent ' a teacher was good character, | the Evening. The women sewed .-„-._ -.. Sunday at the W. T. Kennedy and passing a county examina- j carpel Tags it was reported that on ways to prevent accidents. K ago muney , U11C Wrist. A report Was'given on the Winhebago, crocheted'squares that are being ** ' i » „ >. P ..1 __'^ w»«1 t\C 'n\*r\ **O- one made for afgharis, arid 96 are required for one afghah. Mrs. Fred Diekman is chairman of the pro- iect, and those desiring to help jn !^- ls way can co ntaet her. Other Lnkotn >'e«9. Mrs. Henrietta Aaldreks came - >1 I HI U11O VV l* T *-M*» ~~ V home a Week ago Sunday after j The group decided to sponsor a month at the Kossuth hospital j <<B UC ]dy" boxes. These are to and the home of her daughter,! be Sent to serv i ce men .and wo- Mrs. Aiwin Huenhold, Algona. men( and a n organizations and "Her granddaughter Helen Ed-, m( jj v id ua i s are asked to con- Wards, of Clear Lake, is staying jj. ib(lte to t h e project. With her. Julius Lavreni Sicfc— I Mrs. Henry Haverly and Mrs, 'Viola Studer Were at Mason City •Friday. 1 .MfS. Bud Hauptman v went • to De's • Mdfnes Wt<dndsday to visit her sister, Mary LoU HaVerly and to , iind employment. Mrs Ralph Jarvis and son. Stanley and Mae Studer-Visited at the George Kelch Jr. home in Kanawha - Thursday.__• " ; STORK KEPT BUSY. Whiltefnore, July 16 — Lasl week the stork put in overtime locally, delivering thre boys and 'two girls. The boys went to the •Leonard Baases, Henry Haags, land Joseph'Bonnsttttcrs,'and the ! girls to the Lester Baases and 'Maurice Fickbolms. . •:' JULY 17, iers Leave But Stays i n Philip Lorenz,. of Bargar and Mrs. Fred Schroedor -a year's program. . - . . - , , i were hostesses to themUSW at Isartlmg changes_have been made , he toWh hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. Vernon Smith and Es- I in the educational field. ,. . . ., , v - _,. - California, calling on women in this vicinity carne v/ednesday t6 see his bro- in the interest of her work Jast j ther j u ]i us Lorenz, who is seriously ill, and was' in the Mercy hospital at Mason City 10 days. A sister of the two men came from Montana Thursday. week Monday, and a meeting was held at Burt .Friday to plan Wayne Heetland was host to the Lakota. calf club last Week Monday evening. Ida Edwards pave a talk on first aid, and Co. teacher was good character, | the Evening. The women sewed Agent Brown led a discussion T , _.,, T , , , ounuuy ui L ..<-- w. ,. ^,,ueu, . d passing a county examina- j el Tags It was report ed that on ways to prevent accidents. John DiUmov Independence und homc Mrs Da]c Kennedy i e rt Uon on grade subjects. In Ger-1 $52 5Q hag been ci ] ec ted to date. Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh under""'"" Thursday for Midland, Texas, man f' rs t I™de certificates got j for Buddv boxes and mme is lo went a major operation and de- who is $32, second $28, and third $24 a j collected'beforee .the next meet- Buffalo Center hospital and re- me, "Alienist 8, when 'a service turned home a week ago Satur- the Albert Granx.ows, were also present. Algona, Reunion at D. M. Slewart's— Mr.s. LeRoy Burger, Mrs. Fred VnnNote. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart arrived a week ago Saturday for' a visit with Mrs. Van Note and Mrs. Burger's father, D. M. -Stewart, and other relatives. In honor of them and Cnpt. and Mrs. fid. Stewart a family reunion was held at the W. J. Stewart homc a week ago Sunday. Others present included the Roscoe Stewarts, Earl Shipler.s, R. F. Elvidges, and Mrs. Leota Schulcr. monlh. The present ra ^ e °f P av ' s a *$135 per month, and the school is! in session nine months. Six bf| the nine are standard requiring •; NieS se fls Move to Tulsa— to visit her husband, stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ricbhoff and daughter Lurena, visited in Eagle Grove Thursday. Lurena remained for a few days visit \vith her friend, Dorcas Byro. Mr. Ricbhoff attended a satety League meting there. ^S,^rS^^^rss^« j for receiving new members is to 'observed. ' day. | The George Hectlands are < I joying a two'weeks vacation at first grade or normal training with experience. : Standars schools must have an average attendance of 10 daily, Sd'a r and brother Presbyterian Women Daied— The Woman's Council of the day. Presbyterian church met at the, lalcl church last Wednesday after- ' somc noon. Tlie Circles will meet this week Wednesday as follows: Circle A with Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, with Mrs. B with Mr.s. Charles Scott, with Mr.s. Roscoe Stewart assisting; C with Ruth Hodgson, with 'Mrs. Hedwig Larsen assisting, D with Mrs. Donald Ringsdoil. Work on Daniels Building— He left again Tuesday to return to duty after his 3U-day furlough. j Mrs. R. J. Nealy returned to, Lincoln, Neb., a week ago Sun-! Her mother, who had been \ ip with a broken leg for weeks was not well and had pital. Richard Stow. Davenport, came tendance, and another is closed because of lack of pupils. Children from that district are trans- a cottage at Clear Lake. They loft a week ago Sunday. A. C. -Klocke and son Glen, Mrs. Ida Ukena received a letter recently tha| her 'daughter, Beatrice, and family, -Mr. and and the Rev. F. F. DarnaueT Mrs. C. F. Miessen, and children, w t ere business visitors at Waver- who have lived -in "Terre Haute, ly l3st wek Tuesday. Tnd., 3'A years, have moved to Mrs. Will Kienitz and Berna- Tu'lsa, Okla., where Mr. Niessen dine Gerzema were Blue Earth Earl Ward in Aleutians- Earl Ward recently wrote his parents, the Clarence Wards, that he had recently landed in the Aleutians, and he was just recuperating from a seige of the mumps, . Ex-Wesleyan lo Guam— It has bi:en learned that Iva Mae Kunz, daughter of Mrs. Ma- Oth« .-• S'Sgt. John Deim has w'rHi I relatives here thai he i s now 7' .tioned- at LpHavre, F nince * his company has been spm ,„ four groups at Masluck and l Holland, and Liege, He remarked that pretty .tough being a t because that is a which Others are sn i'home. He said there :W11S „, -pi .movement among the tl and m one two-day outfit rhbved five ti t rapid moving makes u ai f[ ic|| ,., j for ; nkil to catch up with thjl 't 'W8 yme . Kunz Kunz, had for Guam, se. •and the late Henry left Corona, Calif., She is'an army nur- has been oromoted .to assistant •to»h<*ral sales manappr of the Mid-Continent petroleum • corn- visitors Thursday. years ago fldlool . , . . .... houses were sold, and new build-. ' motion ings erected with basements, 'fur- been taken back to the hos-< "ace heat, and electric lights and 1 provision is made for hot lunr, ches. Mr. Welhausen taught himself in the township when B. F. : Reed was county superintendent, and he has been board secretary under Supts. Frank Van Erdwyck, Sid - - company in of directing sales pro- activities for the" entire the midwest. Ed Stewart 'assisting: i Monday t o spend a couple weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O.-Stow. He came here from Iowa Falls where he had attended ._the state Baptist assem- "^Mrs. LeRoy Burger, Mrs. Fred | S^ley, and^^E.^auritzen. VanNote and Mrs. Elbert Stew- IX ULf U1ILI l>-Li O. -LJi'tJUl L kJLCVV-, , The building which L. R. Dan-! art, who are visiting here from | "~°. "* Har-1 Hamburg, • N. Y., were dinenr I |^™£ e into ' guests Wednesday at the home of H p rsen t' iel.s recently bought from old Fischer has been moved town to the lot back of Smith's Capt. and Mrs. Ed. -Ctewart. store. A 10x16 addition is be-j The Rev. A. G. Heddle, W. J. Qeerdes' H ing built in front of K with the | Lockwood and son Dale spent Mavland Jr Frel Lavrenz crew doing the I ] ast Wednesday at the Methodist! ni ^ Frarr work. Mr. Daniels will move ' ' Ulck * ran ' When he first served Titonka been founded, and sends high school German Prisoner a Visitor 0 — Mrs. ,Roy Adams, Algona, and | her son LeRoy and his wife,' were Thursday afternoon visitors at the F. G. Torine home. LeRoy is home on furlough after two yeafrs of service in Europe, a year of which was spent in a German prison camp. • Following his furlough at home LeRoy will go to Miami, Fla., for a two weeks vacation, and will Pastor's Son in Germany— Paul Riggs, youngest son of the Rev.- and'.Mrs. Riggs is with I the army in Gotha, Germany. Other Wesley News. The CDA held a regular meeting Wednesday night. Following the business meetin Cootie was played, and Mrs. Leonad Arn! dorfer and Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi I. had first and second high, and Mr.s. Albert Neuroth low. Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Mrs. Viola Studer we're servers at the meeting, of the Catholic mission- evening with a good attendance.! ary society Wednesday after- report- noon. Mrs. Paul Studer and Mrs. trunks Nate Studer will serve next WESLEY U.S.W. VOTES TO FILL 'BUDDY BOXES' Wesley, July 16—The USW held a regular meeting Thursday Mildred Fox, president ed that two swimming had been purchased and sent to headquarters. Mrs. Urban Neuroth Wednesday afternoon. board members are. then be discharged new assignment. that 20 pounds of rags had been Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebig, reported ! Alvin Loebig, and Adeline Shed- or given a turned in to Mr. Neuroth to be ' used in the county schools. This Harm Risius, Ubbe Hayes, Bert Meindert Ullrrian, , Dick Franzen, and Herman , camp, at Spirit Lake, where a, T j arks with one vacancy. Tea- his harness and shoo repair bus-. gl . oup O f Bur t young people are ; h ]ast ar were Norma Qua,no s , tn tho hmldm* when ,1 ,,U ( ,_^^.r-^^ M»t>,^,, Carrie Torgerson, Anna An- iness to the building when it is completed. Picnic at Bristow Home— Burt relatives who picnicked at the Mervin Bristow home near Algona a week ago Sunday were the Bernard Phelns family, Mrs. SDoring, the five Moore brothers, Mrs. J. P. Slow, the Cecil God- I'rodsons. Mr. and MVS. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Daniels. Elsie Larson and Dorothy McCutchan. attending Camp Methodji. <~ll • 1 T^ 1 • • A li* 1 *^* VjU*i lA^- J.V^J.^l,iUlJ»»j *•«•*•« - -.. Vernon Schmidt, Bode, visited, drew Mildred Pen ning, Myrtle last week- Tuesday with his , Peterson Dorothy Penning, -Buth Mr. and Mrs...Paul i Edwards and Wanda Miller, .e came to tell them! goodbye, _ for he was leaving .to visited at; the C. S. Cbffin--home enter the 1 'navy. last week Tuesday. Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, Arncs, Mrs. W. H. Vogel entertained came Friday for an over Sun- j the Sewing Circle Friday after- day visit with her parent.?, Mr. i noon at a picnic held in the J; Meihodist Women Meet- Some covered 25 women dish lunch attended a •and WSCS project is sponsored by the organization as a means of raising da spent several days last week on a fishing {rip to northern Minnesota. Mrs. Alf Studer, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, Mrs. J. H. Haverly, 'meeting at the Methodist church Moitl and Pop and 'the Ca't Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Cass 'had charge of devotions and Kirs. J. H. Warburton read an article by Emily Towe v |Chap-1 lain for Everywhere, •taken''ff6"nv 1 .,, the World Outlook. There will h* \no meeting in Aug&t, but i Mesdames Eisenberger arid Art Lester will entertain Septmber 5th. Four-H Club Elects— and Mrs. W. A. Peters, and her sister, Mrs. O. H. Graham. Mr. arid Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and son Gary spent a week ago I Aleona. The Burt 4-H club met at the Sunday at the Frank Root home | Members of the U and 1 circle „„-,,.„ , i Ex-Lakota Teacher Weds— P. Trunkhill yard. Elsie Ward K lemme, and The Donald Rlngsdorfs were | Dw i P ht Johnson were^married at-' uests tne Klemme Methodist church' with the officiating.; a week ago Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Immerfall home in home of Benny Kahler the day at New Roland, Minn after July Fourth, and 14 mem- Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Putz and bc-rs and one visitor were pre- j daughter Mildred went to So. St. Election of officers was Paula week ago Monday to vis- sent. held: President, Stanley Riedel; vice, Harold Fischer; secretary, Alice Tigges; reporter, Doris Salisbury. Sailor Here on Furlough— RM3c and Mrs. Lawrence Miller arrived Saturday for a visit it relatives. A brother of Mrs. Put,/; was sick there. Mrs. ffarold Nelson and daughter left Thursday for Waterloo after a three weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. M. Peterson. Mrs. Edith Taylor, Elmore, j had a picnic at the Floyd Duncan home last week Tuesday. The Friendly Four club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Campney. The annual Hoosier picnic was held Sunday at the R. L. Ackerman home. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. O. H. Graham. The K. J. Smiths had their with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. | spent last week at the home of j home insulated last week. ' J. L. Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson. Lawrence just returned from San Francisco, af- ' ter reporting only a few days before and being granted a 15-day furlough. Leqion Officers Reelected— At the last meeting of the Leg- ! ion the following officers were ! reelectecl: J. L. Miller, commander: Tom Trenary, vice; W. J.' Lockwood, adjutant; H. A. Smith, finance officer; George j Hawcolt, sgt. at arms; Oilman Sehwielert, historian. | Dale Dundas "on Shelf"— I Dale Dundas has been laid up | since a week ago Friday with a I broken ankle. He was helping I put up hay for his mother, Mrs. ! Mary Dundas, near Armstrong, i when the trip rope he was pull- j ing on broke, and he fell and broke the ankle. Home From the War— Cpl. Gordon Giddings spent a j day the first of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. ! Giddim.'s. He had just returned ] from the European theater, and ! went on to Dickins to visit his i wife. Mrs. Mann Sells Houses— The Charles Lappes havo purchased the house in which the Paul Olsons ave lieen livinj? of Mrs. Ada Mann. The C. E. Sin- sbee.s are buying the house in which Mrs. Mann lived. Mfilvin Graham to Army— Melvin Graham left Friday for Mason City, and from thorn Saturday for Fort Loavenwnrlh to begin training in the army. Ofli«>r Hurt \flivs. Rasmus Nielsen. Andy Knurl- sfn, dauphier Dorotliv nnd son Peter, left Friday foi 1 their ho""o in Chirafo after snenriin" nearly a week nt t' 1p Chris K"niKk- ( .n home and with lh" K'^nr'^en rlrtuchte'"- at St. Peter :inrl P.iue Fanh, Mi'in. Soni;i Knm'sen Pncine. Wis., who harl snent three vve^ks here, went back w>'h them. j Mr. and Mr.-.. R. A. Bleich re- • turned l;Ht wek Monday from , New Richland. Minn., whore they had .spent a few days at V her sister. Mrs. Hugh Williams, ; • and the PORTLAND Iso with her brothers, brothers. Pfc. Roland Chafee, who is in the Shiek hospital at Clinton, sp"nt the weekend of July 8th j Sgt. George E. Becker is now with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j in the States and expects to be W. R. Chafee. j home soon. He returned on the The Harry Sankeys have \ Queen Mary, and he does not moved into their new home at yet know how low a furlough the cast edge of Burt, which he will have. Sgt.• Frank Beck- they recently bought from Jos. ' or is expected home soon from Z;mke. France. He is to have a 30-day Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Worthington, Minn., a week ago Sun- Jay to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Nester. Thc Legion Auxiliary Sewing meeting was postponed and is at noon Wednesday, Rev. H. E. Harvey The couple will make their home' at Sa n Pedro, Calif; The bride was home economics teacher in the Lakota school last year, and made her home at Guy Beemer's while here. •' furlough. Frank has been in Europe a year and a half. Mrs. Kenneth Austin and her three daughters, Munene, Marilyn, and Jerri-Lou, of Detroit, Mich., spent from a week ago this week; Saturday evening till Thursday ' evening at Ray McWhorter's John Dittmer, Independence,! Mr. and Mrs. Donald White and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Lewis, j and children Jerry and Janice Chicago, visited a week ago Sat-i Marie, Pittsburgh, Pa., were Fri- urdny at Mrs. Carrie? Larson's. I day guests of Donald's uncle Martha Lang, of Minneapolis, Rav McWhorter. being hold Thursday at Mrs. W. W. Boettcher's. visited from last week Tuesday to Saturday at the home of her sifter, Mrs. Nols J. Nelson. Phyllis Gibbons. Fenton. and T-4 Clare Wolf has written home that he expects to leace Naples, Italy, for home soon. The Portland Progress club is mother, Mrs. Harold Neville, to meet this Thursday. WE WILL BE CLOSED July 21 to 29 inclusive Open July 30th ODERN WHYCLKAKKR8 AM) TAILORS Alqonians Are Visitors— Mrs. Anna Albright and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Potter, and Anna Albripht, all of Algona, visited Ms. Eva Mittag and family here last week; Mrs. Mittag is also a daughteV of Mrs. Albright. Anna, a registered nurse, is spending her vacation with relatives before leaving for a new postion at Oak Park, 111.. Wrist Broken in Fall— I Mrs. Will Mabus tripped over' STUIUj. "If you ask me, George ... it'i high time we had the Standard Oil Man get our ihock absorber* in good working order." If your car's become a "rough rider," its shock absorbers may need attention. Better ask about this next time you stop at the sign of STANDARD SERVICE. COPTN10HT 1MB, .ITANDARO OIL COMFANV Super-Delux Kroehler Suites Nationally Advertised SUITE 322-B DELUXE KROEHLER SUITE Massive, but not too large for the average size room. The hardwood frames are carved and the backs are button-tufted to "fit you." This is a suite that will beautify your entire home and be the envy of all your friends. FOSTER'S FURNITURE STORE OUR SOFT, FUR-LIKE ALPACA COATS ARE IN! IT'S SO SENSIBLE TO TO PAY OVER MANY MONTHS.* 100% Waal Alpaca Kit ui« 'urn back cuffs, luxtdojrmt. Sizes 12 to IS. i85 & Other styles at 56,85 * CUDDLE COATS icen sjj sites Ip to 16. Red <Q er wool trim. Alpaca pilelj > CUDDLE CO ATS sirl'ssiio 7 to 14. Red v/ool jpgj Irim. Alpaca Pile . . " • CUDDLE CO ATS sin's sites 7 to 14. Alpaca Pile. 4*95 Tyrolean trim .... If Uie'S& L't easy lay-Awiy plan ...A modest Jepojit and small regular payments. OUR SUMMER TREAT..'. SPECTATORS THAT STEAl I THE SHOW EVERYWHERE YOU GO! CLEAN-CUT ; i WHITE WITH CHOCOLATE tnOWN...SOLlKE } YOU CAN'T > DIFFERENCE. FUSTIC SOiES. '$ • Vou don't need your ration book (or • tingle ptirl

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