Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 17, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 17, 1945
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PAGE FOUR BUSINESS OIRECIORY LAW Y KKS WEDDINGS ARE ORDER OF DAY ATLIVERMORE Livcrmoro, July 16 — Delia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells, 'became the bride of Cpl. _ Merrill Neal, son of Harry H. W._JVIiller Neal, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Krl. O'Ncil, of Colorado Springs, Colo. W. R Quaiton QUAHTON & MILLER Lav/ Offices . Counly Attorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 j Tnc ceremony was performed Algona, Iowa LINNAN & LYNCH Attorncys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 261 J. D. LOWE Altorney-al-Law :. Phone 287 E. J. VAN NESS Law Offices E. J. Van "Ness — Delia Welter Office' "!!•> now Heisc block .-AJgona, Iowa G. D. Shiii-iivnv K. D. Kelly IT. F. Fristndt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT At!nvnr.ys-at L;iw Hutchison building Phone 53 • Algona, Iowa ,' LAURENCE A. WINKEL ':-• •• Aitorney-at-Law ; . Hutchison Building , Phone 180 Algona A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Atlorneys-a-l-Law _ Security State Bank bldg. ~" UOCTORS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. •> Surgeon and Physician Office ,Ir>hri Galbraith block Phones' 44C-310 Algona, Iowa MEL.VIN" G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon "'; Phones: pffice, 197: reridencp. 194 ,. ~"" KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in,, new Hcisc bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. ,J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone: Office, 59 ERVIN J. ANDERSON Dcnlist Office in the McEnroe Bldg. Phones: Office 572; res., 525W INSURANCE at the Lutheran church at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon with a double ring ceremony. Thc bride wore a street k-nght gold suil with black accessories and a shoulder bouquet of red rosebuds and white snapdragons. She was atlcndcd by the bridegroom's r.ister. Mrs. L. C. Riley, who wore : an orchid dress with black acc; essories and a shoulder bouquet i ot sweet peas. Cpl. Virgil Smilh of Rutland, served as bcsi man. Following Ihc ceremony Ihcy I left on a short wedding trip, and i will leave the last ol Juiy tin- Colorado Springs, and Ihcnce to Santa Barbara, where he will receive his army discharge. ! Bernadinc Mctlillc, of Corwilh, became the bride of Cpl. Clyde Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Smilh of-Livcrmorc, Ihc Rev. Fr. j Diihigg officialing. Thc bride j was attired in a street length ! white dress wilh black acccss- ; orics, and carried a bouquel of : red rose.s and white snapdragons. | Mrs. Marold Smith, sister-in-law j of the bridegroom, was her at! tendanl, and wore a rm .-;uil j with black accessories. The bride- i groom was attended by Bern- j ard Mettillc, twin brother of the. | bride. | A wedding dinner was served • al the home of the bridegroom's | parents to 50 relatives and friends. The table was dccora- ted in pink and whita with a | miniature bride and soldier tari- | dcgroom. The couple left for a j yhort wedding trip. After a 30- i day furlough he will return to army duty, and the bride, who i is employed in Arizona, will rc- i turn to her work till her husband is discharged from thc army. Anabclle Conley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley, of Livcrmore, was married lo Sgl. Harold Abey, son of Mrs. Frank Pitt, of Los Angeles. July 3, the Rev. Fr. Berry officiating. The bride wore a champagne street length dress with while accessories. Her altendont, Mrs. Effic Mae Reir, sister of thc bridegroom wore a slrccl lenglh grey dress and a corsage of Briarcliff roses. Following Ihc service a'Tccoplion was held at Ihc home of the., bridegroom's mo- KOSStJTH COUNTY ABV.ANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FARM FOLLIES Tho whole country ktiew (hat hck White Worked hard on his form day and night, It's too bad, you'll allow, That he's not working now; CARE on (arms would save arms, logs, and sight NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK, My 22-28,1945 NATIONAt SAFETY COUNCIL honor. Attending: the Lewis and F. F. Muellers, the Otto Borch- ardts, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz Sr., and the Ernest Rosseisens. The Kabelitzes lived many years here when he was the local pastor Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller, with the daughter Olivia, were i a week ago i guests at Paul tinge Sunday Peton's, tlinnc FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- CARD OF TH A MKS—Thanks to ford bulls, serviceable age, at my friends a farmers prices.—P. M. Christen- the many acts o son, Lone Rock, la. HJQU^II- : i, tit: iiicaaijr civ let WJ ^vinv«t AV-OVJ w»*u TT *« 12ul8tf'to me during; iny recent .misfor- > ; lune. Wm. Zim Hermann. WANT ADS BRING BUYER and I 24p45 seller together; 4000 copies of ~ your ad distributed for only a HATCHERY FLOCKS WANTED few cents. ADVANCE. If' 194G well bridle. 18p45 Gract- -o— • spoiled saddle marc i Mrs. Edw. Mitchell, son Ro-! broke, nlso saddle and bert, daughter Jo Ann, Mrs. Paul :Elrncr Peterson, Titonka, Ncmitz, and Salome Uthof late-!' " ly spent a few days -at Trues- :FOR SALE—Choice ICO acres, dale with the Hugo Mittag.s Mrs i $ 160; 32 ° a . 1 $135; 80 at $ 20 °; Mittag is a daughter of Mr and cnoice home in Clear Lake. Mrs. Nemitz. , J. ric TTV, B. JVTucllors R.^ncrQforl tor's son Roger, spent a week a- at Mrs. Ben Klatt's, ; breeds and Wh —— jUiucut, emu YY FOR SALE — Three year old Cross-breeding -- " Swea City Hate Iowa, Phone 35 ! KEEP THE RE i The right fori We can prepart , M. Peterson, Titonka. 20p45-4G Come in and KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLACE --—biggest bargain—4000 copies want ad •distributed for DW cents. ADVANCE. If alk problems.—Advance ABERDEEN d neighbors for kindness shown eason. Heavy te Leghors for Write or phone. lery, Swea City, 25U42-45 JORD.S straight' helps so much, the kind you need quickly ard at small cost over you/ Pub. Co. JJULLS of Granddaughter of a Titonka Doctor WANTS FOR SALEr-Acma G-ft. binder, i it runs good. Lefl hand cut. .4% miles west of Wallburg's, i George Leo, Phono 10F33. 20u45 j SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR ! OWNERS— Wo are dealers in Alcfcne for Schick cleciric raz- _, iig a j also Shorthorn bulls, ready foi service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to H mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. _. wnn cATn T-I , . «.ij,vue ior ocmcjc eiewric ra HoSDltal Patient £, , T . osh cow - Charles ors and repairs. Huxiable Fir A*ua|jiiai t aiiem Egel, Irvmgton. 7,,« stnno fi «m-,; icf,/-i Dr. Pierre Sartor, Titonka, and his son, Dr. Guido Sartor, child specialist at the Park hospital, Mason City, returned Friday from Chicago, after three days there wilh Mrs. Jos Coyle, daughter of Dr. Pierre Sartor. Thc trip was made specially to sec the Coylc eldest Kathleen, in" a childrc tal since a year ago la bcr With a ' heart affliction following rheumatism. 7 U 45 stone store. FOR SALE—Good 1941 Dodge truck motor and clutch. W. R Wolfe, Fenton^ 12p45-4G FOR SALE—30 Case separator and tractor. Good condition. R. A. Dloich. Burl i 2 p 45 -Twenty-four new TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED ihov- symnathy in so many beautiful and prictical ways during uur recent Bereavement, we c > ..... extend our heartfelt thanks. Mr. ibusJii and Mrs _ Adolph Girres and fam- FOR KALE—KARAKUL SHEEP ily '__ Z °P' 15 _ foundation flocks California C ARD-OF THANKS-I wish to Co., Distributors. H thank £ d relatives, Locwenstem, Luvornc. and neighbyors for thc man y __ JJHHJ |.;i nt ine.~aes, flowers, cards and gifts received during my present illness. Mrs. Airthur Hagg, Al- FOR SALE—Three grade Hoi- stein heifers. 11 months old, Sired by grand champion bull. g° na Herman Sodcrbcrg, Bancroft. ISp45- .TUESDAY. JULY i ? FOK SALE— Eight-foot McCor- , iFOR SALE— T mick binder. Ed Reimers, Feni- pupnics T -n , ' / 9p45 edict. ton. Sl. FOE SALE—New McCofmiek- SALE-Good «*„,„ Decring binder, used two sea- I'cd clover aiHTti'''' 1 " 100 sons. Power drive, Controls to lure of hay dclivr \ y drive tractor from binder. Har- field. 70c : nt> f i,., ri « il lev Will. Whiltcmoro 2258 M>nrt, Lone Rock I'M lph FOR SALE—for girl's is a WHITE ONION per, cockle t]ing John Mosbach 28p45 purpose of set- SKiil"thin~rrT L( ? ST FRIDAY the 13th—Ladies ' Offc - r for Ealc > mprovcd , . *' ••'•'" l ja ~ i ,,1,.(U;«., l__j TT -,•. inininf fn-.l.'n nf WhiHnm , ,, | i-"-'i <-uv;iMt; llllisn, fj tatner, Dr. Joseph ; received.—ADVANOF fraclure :->:.. . .. ^*--- 8*A>-]4 • •-.,- . KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $29,000,00 worlh insur-l employed al Ihc Powder Puff ancfi m force. A home company, beauty, shop in Fort Dodge b£_fe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y ' I (her. Mrs. Abey was formerly —~-—•-- _ LOANS AMt IXSUKAXCE Your Money's Worlh in "•"RAL ESTATE LOAtra AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. Siale Bk. Phone 93 Algona. Iowa LOANS TO FARMERS AND~ STOCKMEN y.Hh :<& found basis fo credit '•'••'. ?'' ; >5- 'Hate 4%% Emmclsburg Production Credit Association- Part time .office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohahnon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona "~sTe~~~ D. D. PAXSON for Town Dwelling, Household Goods and. Automobile Insurance. War Prisoner Arrives— Clifford Larson, who has been in the.hospital in Topcka, Kan., since arriving in the States after being wounded in Germany, arrived home Saturday lo spend a 30-day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson. His sister Eslhcr, who is employed in Washington, D. C., arrived home on a two week visit here also. KOlljTH COUNTY ADVANCE S Weekly Newspaper. Alaska Veteran Home— Cpl. George Undcrburg, who has been stationed in Alaska for the last two years, arrived home Monday for a 30-day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Carl Underburg. His wife, of Dencer, arrived Friday for a visit, and his sister Helen, a cadet nurse in Dos Moincs, is spend her vacation here. The 'but has been in overseas service j NEW POTATOES-I~^ litTU ^ more than two years. Hc r mo- peck Or ton. We nave'. 20 Ion ' (V»r,,. it. ~ + ~,.: 1 _ '_ ., . ' T'^..* i:v. ., f ~, •-. , -V. ^^ LUll -••— ,7 i-.-..**« iAV_£ I 1 lv» tner is ?. trained nurse, graduate cf the Conk county hospital. Hospital Where Whittemore Boy Served Closed 140th General Hospital, Blandford Camp, England — After treating 4,742 wounded or ill on European batllefields, Ihis army clothing between Mason City J n i"' n g town of - " --• - ' • "- vod 80 in township, .. •:. 6, Whilt _ | K. C. McMahon .and Spencer on Highway 18. Re- : "'"proved 80 in 1 turn 'to Grand Fur Shop Spen' cer. . 24u45 sec. 18, Whitle- unimprovcd 80 emore township. Ea^t EIK! Grocery,Vh^ncT45 U p45; BFAUT)FUL thrco quarter size ' Attorney for EJitate 39u44-45 1 more in piano and bench. nnlecd and priced in^r- i? RENT 160 acres for «-^>-u c.n« ym.-c.-u iu lJ4b. References. Have full line ' Armstrong Piano Co., of equipment. Ask Advance. i Iowa. Fully euar- uy euar- sell. Write ! FEED DISTRIBUTOR Spencer, 19p45 known menu opening Whittemore, un- -Purebred NOTI CE— I HAVE taken Black Ralph Hurlburt's feed over mill, acturer has for responsible man or firm with Farm background to distribute complete line, reasonably priced Livestock A U 11 **-^.I-VA JJIUCI^ ( ivu^-Mi J.J.UI 1UU1 I. a 1UUU JIU11, ' -"IU, I irtlMJDcUJiy |JI 1UUU J_ilVeSLOCK Angus bulls al John McGuire;3nd am equipped to do any kind land Poultry Feeds and Supple- farm 5'/2 ; gona. •-•• *r.tt_ t^j ^ it t, miles southeasl of Al- 14p44-46 of grinding. Phone 173. Carl Wiener,. Burt. j ments in this p42-51 i sive franchise FOR SALE-2 registered milk-1 FLOCK SANDING AND REFlF-! terrilory. Exclu- A wonderful opporlunity wilh ex- its mission. Among those who helped operate the hospital was FOR SALE Leonard E. Youngwirth, f M chn JS lari -, H C 's the of Mrs. Gcraldmc You- ngwirlh, Emmelsburg, and a son of Mr. and Mrs Edw. Young- wirlh, Whillcmorc, Before he enlered the army in .January, 1943, he was a salesman for the Fuller Brush Co. •Wood Bros, thresh- ( mi? machine, 26x46. Charles FOR SALE—8 ft. McCormick- Fatterson, 808 S. Minnesota St i Deering binder. King & Ham- AJ 8° na - 13p45 'I 1011 elevator. 4-wheelcd rubber _ i tired trailer. Charles Berte Bode i J •-(Phone ' ' ' past experience Write Manager, 346 Sexton Bldg., Minneapolis 15. Minn. | 121u45 WANT ADS arc the gain in the world- 4000 copies I of your ad distributed for a few cents. ADVANCE. if INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, •Eptercd. as SECOND CLASS MATTER .DECEMBER 31, 1908. at the postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under the Act of March 8. 1879. Cockrill Son Expected— Supt. and Mrs. Lowell Cockrill received a phone call from their son Sam, who has recently been liberated, saying that he was in Chicago, and that he would soon be home. Lawn Festival Planned The Sacred Guild met at thc W^ber recreation hall last week Tuesday afternoon.. Tho after- for the lawn festival to be held August 15. Lunch was served by the committee. You set your money's worth when buyins Pratt & Lambert House Paint The price per sallon may be a bit higher, but it's the cheapest in the end because it spreads farther, looks better end lasts longer. PRATT & LAMBERT HOUSE PAINT withstands the extremes of weather; sheds dirt; retains its fresh, clean appearance; is durable and beautiful. Don't be misled by low prices, worthless guarantees or by extravagant claims for some of the so-called "discoveries:" Cheap paints are expensive at any price. They break down quickly and often 1 must be entirely removed before a good paint can be applied. Buy only good paint! Cowan Bldg Supply Co. I'lmae 275 ALCiOrVA, IOWA Overseas Veteran Here- Lawrence Fuhrmaiv\ who has been overseas many months, and his wife and daughter, of Earling, arc visiting wilh his mother, Lena Fuhrmann. : Other Llvermoro News. Mrs. Grace Macintosh was hostess to the WSCS at her farm homo Wednesday aflernoon. After Ihe business' meelins and lesson a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falb took a vacation last week from their •-afe. M:n-.iorie Hewitt and Mrs. Tom McKonna ran the cafe dur- in rr their 'thsrnre. S_ister Gerold. of Detroif. Mich. Geesman Son, Burt, on a Mine Sweeper Burt, July 16—Charles Edward Gecsman,*-9en«"*»* Mf.Vand Mrs.' John C. Geesman, of Burt, an electrician's mate "2c, • recenlly compleled Iraining in mine warfare at Little Creek, Va., and is now on a mine sweeper assigned to duty in the Pacific. He has served on convoy duty 20 months __ and has made ten round trips a- ~ cross thc Atlantic. He entered'""" service in August, 1942. He is married to the former Arlene Berg, of Mason Cily. 4 Owners Change for Two Farms at Burt Burt, July 16—Two farms in the Burt vicinily were sold rc- cently. Esther and Ruth Hodgson sold Ihe 84-acres of their farm on which the 'buildings are located, to William Stenzcl who is living on the farm. W. A. Stouten berg's UO-a. farm west of town was sold to Lawrence Dillmer, Irvinglon. They had sold thc farm near Irvington Ihcy had bought a year or so ago. Two Kossuth Girls at Northwestern U Evanston, 111., July 14—Summer enrollment at Northweslern university here has risen to 5147 and students from Kossuth are Patricia McEnroe, daughter of the John McEnroes, and taking public school music and majoring in piano, and Mary A. Studer. Wesley, in thc liberal arts college. FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply ... . . > *n.~.»nu, .nt, .J^AVIV-^:. ouwan JDIUL?. ouppjy work^CowS P^Supp^ S^lJ^^^^l^!^ phone 275, Algona. .13ul8tf | RAWLEIGH .ROUTE now open. — L - ' Real opporlunity for pcrman- OPPORTUNITY 1 ! MEN CAPA- blc of earning] $50.00 a week or better in store manager positions in A&P food stores. Training sal- beller. esota and Iowa. Vacations, group insurance, low cost hospitaliza- i Dept. IAG-10-I' lion. Assistant manager and produce head positions also Experience not! necessary, cran applicants! especially come. Also openings for open. Vet- wel- meat managing cutlers capable^ of , meat departments . .__„ __ Rawleigh's, | or Personnel Department, 316 Frccport, H^, | SW 5th..St., ok, Moines, Iowa. 20p45 ----- . _ __ FENTON Carload of POTATOC! Due in Whittei WKJ)Mi,SI»AY,,lULY 18 $4.98 per Griulvd, no dirt. Jn order to settle up the liiiii^iuo Liuvioii estate I thc Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of Seciion twelve (12) 'township 96 North, Rango US, West of the i(A P I\I Kossuth County, Iowa, is offered for sale. If you are interested in thc purchase of this; properly, j contact the undersigned for particulars and terms. I Hutchison & Hutchison! Attorneys at Law Starting ust 1st 18 The Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz, Victor, visited here a week ago Sunday and Monday, and on Monday nighl old friends gathered at Edw. Mitchell's in their BOWEL CLEANING POWER days Tno.sdav to spend a f'-w visitincr her parents, Mr. r.s. William Hastinrs. Martin nnd Marv Am H.'Jiri'- ton. of Bancroft, visited a week ago Sundav with friends at thp . Mr. and MIT~. Stevenson. n e . I visiting friends at the Will Slock omp hp,-r» t T-vdia Grnh, \vho is omHnvpH r>o« Moi-ioij. snrn> fifi wrnknnr) '"'''"" h "'' parents. Mr. and Mrs. H" '<t' visitor! Lawrenre-* Rppkr >r . who bq^ l "^" n i n the navv. has been dis- charced. last week with oak r One man recently took SYS- TONE thren dsys and said afterward lhat ne never would have ' believed his body contained., so much filthy substance. He says his stprnach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so thor- oughlly cleansed thai his con- slant he:dpches came to an end, several pimply skin eruptions on hi.s face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains in his knee disappeared. At present he is an altogether different man, feeling fine in every way. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear eas j'rom stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. Snr don't go on suffering! Get SYSTONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. "' £= Ladies' and Children's I Coats, Suits, Dresses. S * ~« Blouses, Anklets, Bags, | | Hats, Skirts, Shorts. 1 j Slacks, Jackets, Sweaters | g — (Note) The quantities on sale § | are not large, but definitely worth your while. Redactions in 1 g some cases are as much as 50 per cent. Serve yourself when- I ~= ever possible. ~" Our Country Needs Still Used Fats.Jnd We're tiie Folks to Save them! I N between the good news about the war these, days, careful readers of the paper will see grave words about a serious national shortage that has a direct bearing on military and civilian production schedules. Our domestic supplies of fats and oils will be approximately one" and one-half billion pounds less than last year. Yet thousands of tons of fats are still needed to help make countless essentials for the battle- and home-fronts. While country people have been doing an even better job of saving fats than the city folks, we must remember that, because of the meat situation, we are in a better position tb save. That's why we can'f afford to miss a trick. So, let's save not only the big amounts from frying and roasting, but also meat trimmings, plate scraps, and scrapings. Melt them down once a week and add the liquid fat to the salvage can. Skim soups and gravies. Scrape every pan. Every drop is important. When your salvage can is full, take it to your butcher, and get 2 red points and up to 4fi for each pound. If you have any difficulty, call your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent. 100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year! WFA and OP A. Paid for by Industry,

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