Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 24, 1945
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"PAGE TWO H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage o£ all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. fcOSSU?M COUNTY AfcVANCfe, ALGQNA, IOWA ~- rKOSStta COUNTY AfcVANCfe, ALGQNA, IOWA Hoosicrs Gather fpr Annual Picnic at • ••4*IW4tBk«* • & A i m .. '' . • . . '""' : " ""*" : * " '" : i ' ' • • TUESDAY, JULY It Costs Nothing to find out why over 1,400 car owners have placed their car i n s u r a n c e through this office. Stop in above the S. & I,. Dop'.. r.toro or call 103 arrii I.'«'. us explain this boHov v.'ny in insure your car. L. S. BOHANNON TOWN AND FARM ^™ &ATiN_G CITY :i: -'S:V"sv-TSAViNS •VK that uncl I I ? Children's Pol® Shirts Formerly 85c each ;"'. 65? Seersucker QC<< Play Suiis /3(t Fine Cotlon Blankets_.__ PHONr 763 1, VISITORS FROM EASTERN STATE IN ATTENDANCE Burt, July 23—The annual Hoosier picnic was held a week ago Sunday at the R. L. Ackerman home, with Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, Mrs. Clyde Bristow, and Mrs. R. L. Ackerman as the committee in charge. Present included Mrs. Kath- 'rine Trainer, Sondra Trainer, Jerry and Marlene Pruisman, and Ihe W. D. Harriman family, all of Kanawha; Sarah Trenary, Lorene and Junior Govern, and Larry 'Treh'ary, Swea City; the Ralph Weirs, Mrs. Leland Knutson and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nichlcrn and Ihe Earl Irenafys, Armstrong; the Tony Alveys, Irvinglon; Ihe Herbert Trenarys, Lakola. Mrs. Varna Burger, Hamburg, M. Y.; Mrs. Alice VanNote, Eden, N. Y.; Rush Fletcher and Durward Trehary, Fort Dodge; the C. W. Ileerdts, Ray Smiths, and Wiliam Carnoys, Algona; Mrs. Paul Mulligan and 1'amily, Bancroft; Iho Clarence Andersons.' 1'itonka; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, and the Herman Acker- nans, Lone Rock; the J. T. Hea- :icy.x, S.-ip City. Anil the following from P.urt: c/irl Ackcrmans, Bill Tronarys, D. M. Stewart, the W. J. Slow- iris, nos.-.nc Stewarts, Capt. an,:'. .-vTrp. Ed. Stewart and son, Mr. ,:'! Mrs. J. P. Tnmkhill, the rtalph Dugans, Wayne and Wcn- ifll Carn.oy. Iho Floyd Duncans. .M. J. Trunkhills. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow, the Earl Ship-'TS, I, 1 '-. J. G. Clapsadrlle, June ••i.n'l James Sago. Tlii- committee fry.- next year': picnic is Mrs. Ralph Dugan,' W-jt:-.. V'm. Tix-nary, and W. J. SU:w- arl. Picnic for a Birthday— ..:."<h L'irthd::.',' a large youp o! n'kitivt-.-; had a pie;i:c ain.'ii'r i: the Edmund Lai son yrnl a wee! .i'-;o Sunday. In the- fjroup v/urc her two grandmother:;, Mis. Petra Larson and Mrs. Jersic Mit.-hell, Ihe Harvey Larson:;, Kra •.'/. 'I (.L LITE, Arie Di'.t.mcrs, Quin ten Bju:--.<.roms, Mrs. Lester Mil- (hc.ll r:id son, Chicago, the Host Buffing-tons, Clarence Chrislen- i-t-na, Mrs. Ann Marie Christen- ix-n, and Mr. and Mrs. William Larson, Titonka. Fur the past 1'ive years similar picnics have been held in honor of Beverly's, birthday. Bob Keables Transferred— Mrs. Robert Keables went to Marshalltown a week ago Friday. She expected to go from there Io join her husband in California, but got word that hi was being moved. She had lef, her baby with her mother, Mr? Roy Ollom, and Mrs. Ollom took the child to Marshaltown Thursday night, where Mrs. Keabe: plans to stay for the present. Rebekahs Install Officers— Mrs. Price, district deputy president, and her installinf staff rom Wesley installed officers for the Burt Rebekah lodge Thursday evening. Mrs. G. C Giddings is the new Noble Grand and Mrs. Wm. . Giddings vice- grand, Mrs. Paul Macauley, secretary, and Mrs. Carrie Larsen, treasurer. Picnic Honors a Visitor— A picnic was held at the C. E. Sigsbeo home last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Charles Olson, who left Thursday for her home at Tacoma, Wash. She planned to spent a night at Marion, S. D. with the Dan Harrises on the way home. , Lieutenants Make Visits— I Lt. Willard Schwietert arrived j Tuesday for a few days with his '•'-')lh"|. F C. Schwiplert. ant ! his sister, Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove. lie \vu.s on JHS way iroin Los An £oles to Miami, Fla., where hi expects to take up radar work. Serves as Army Baker— Mrs. Vernal Hardgrove recently received word thait ,her husband is now attending baker's school at Fort Lewis, Wash. Hi worked for an AJgona baker:/ in-fore being inducted into the service. loH Va.. in : two hei Ft:c Fi! Vt'f.'i: j anti \~Jondwotk '•:-'--.I White St^Xt^ Colcrs Nurse to W. Va. Hospital— Betty Bee ChrisU-nsen ; Sunday for IlunUnglon, W. •.s'hi.Ti: she is a technician hospital. Si'.t Jiacl .spun! a weeks vacation ho'-e with pare nis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christ- tenscn. Veteran Has Furlough— J'l'c. Kenneth Hut/el arrivec a \\eel: ago Monday from Chick- i-.-fha, Okln., for a 30-claV fur- 1'junh at iho home of his per- enu, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hutzt-1 Burt Youth Promoted— Gordon L. Graham, son of Mr. am) Mrs. O. II. Graham, was recently promoted from Pfc. to :•;'. ryeanl. He is stationed on Lu- or three weeks with her mother- in-law, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and her sisters-in-law and families, the Edmund Larsens, Aria Ditt* mers, Quinten Bjustr.oms; artd Otto Harlans. Mr. Mitchell is also spending this week here. Mrs. P. L. Putt, Mr. H. ,Qi Buell and IVIrsr Albert Staehle spent last week Tuesday, with Mrs. Laurence Gordhef, at fturii- boldt. Mr. Gordnerj.. who was manager of the'Burt,elevator a few years ago, is now in the army and stationed at a Louisana camp. . .•_'-, Mr. and Mrs. CharieS Briggs and son Junior, Cedar Rapids, left last week Monday, after spending nearly a week at the Frank Schneider and" John Sewick homes. The son 1 recently returned from Germany. Maxine Dickmeynr" " returned Wednesday from Lansing, Mjch,, where she had spent' four: weeks •:,-iti«.. -i • ; ^ei, .Mrs. IIor«ri;in Fox. Mrs. Fox spent a couple of \vr-oks V'tv, and Ma'xine went home with' hor. '. • Mrs. Cieorjic Schenck and clau-, -'b.ter ]-?ft a work afio Saturday' for their home at Arcadia, Calif., after a number oC \v6eks'•'her.e.'.at lie home of Mrs. Schenek;s 4 par- :,nls, Mr. andiMi-.s.-'E.'' E/.-phine.'^ ' Mrs... John' L6ng' .Sr.'.'"'ahd'/'lieV brother,' Hall - CaintJbe'll,-' Mar- ,.- ., ,,< 1. -\T ' T^ '1 'ft -• M, J V *- ' it * '' mjjiti, iN.-j.j., ..letI. Tuescja^.. foi* Dwighl, 111., io visjt..|i"si.sj.er"ianti otl:r?r relatives. Mr. •Campbell' l-,ad spent several '..weeks' h^re."--,, 1 Lt. nnrl .. Mrs. Wayite •. .Boli'e' camo last wek Tuesday- for 1 . a- short visit • al t.'he '-home of- ihtrf parents, Mr. and-Mrs. Cliris. Bo- iii.'. He loft Saturday for • • a camp in .the southwest. • "•' .•«•: Mr. and Mrs. W. .A. Pete'rf.f visited o«cr tho weekend at the i.ime of their daughter, Mrs. H.' ?. Young, at Osage, and their huighler-in-law, Mrs. J. D. Pct- M-S, at Chm-les City. Mrs. VanNote and Mrs. LeRoy Burger left Tuesday for their: iomes at Eden and Hamburg, N. Y., after several weeks here with their father, D. M. Stewart, and jther relatives. Albert Scott, of Ledyard', is spending a week or two at -'the tome of his uncle,. Lewis Scott, .vhilo his mother, Mrs. Clarence 1 Scott, is in the hospital 'with- a' new baby. ' , ,- ' The Edmund Larsons ,,h^ve been painting the! 'house on" tlie arm they recently bousrhtV the; ?red Ringsdorf estate f.r.'rm.' Tn4 ; Fern Drones live on the v'ae*'- " i Katherine Manus retur^d last Wednesday front • ; Milwaukee-; Wis., where she:, spent-"nearly hree weeks at the home-'of her' irothen, Albert M9nua,. J S>W- Lu Verne Legion Auxiliary are Installed . Luyerne; July 23— The Legion Auxiliary rtW-t.a week ago Mon- Ma* with Mr? w Mr? William ivirs. wimaru i of a • ,, wer Pridenl ? ikrf &i?l fft f '' v'ice ' ' ers o r an r? a r ««:«« u-n B mels OI lvlr> »np ivirs. wimar i 10B . hal . L Hedrick, sp,ent several days vitf , iiing at the- home of their aunt i and uncle ' Mr " and Mrs - 0rviUe °f 'Hearlek at Whittemore Mrs ' Robert Phillips and child- n Joan and Dean ' came horne Fridav evening from Oskaloosa, ' lhey visiting Mrs. Carl Swanson. MrS. Ells- arid gave:a personal prize of to the Luverne Auxiliary for Ute largest gain -. l n ^ mlmbershi^ ^ Guy fflSSs? cnr /HP vnni- M^ T^T,-« <-!,„„ ."" s j v - rl 5; "iciarngs t>i. lor the year. Mrs. Jryin ; Chapman, retiring president,' was presented with a past president's '.niclge,. Lunch was served at. the ChSse, of> th'e • meeting - by. • M'rs. Wahcnvl-leftj^ Mrsi: If<sr/nan Me- LiVe wirejs" Hold' : i /The Luverne : Liv.ewirW <'.'• 4-H cliib. mHt'.witlr:. : Phyllis .Nail. on July! 1-2, arid, at the meeti'ng;,-nine n'ienibers. and'pne lpader'''aHswer- od/ ; roll; call ;with pic'tures-.chosen I'pr the. roorri and.why. "A report was g.iven on- war< bonds:' The family- picnic,' at .; the i • Luverne No 'plans were made for the scrap paper drive. E'tta Fell gave a talk on citizenship, and Doris Fett gave a report or, furniture that can be converted inlo. more useful articles: After the meeting lunch was served by the hostess. • • General WSCS Meeting— The general meeting of the WSCS was held Wednesday, af, ternoon at the City Hall with i, large attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs: John R'a'mus, Mrs. Andrew Nielson, and Mrs.. William Larimer. Devotions ajidj lesson were in chargi? . vwviviio Ltiiu-icoouii WUlc 111. unul VLI3- 4' * "o^-vi/ Mt*"^** t,%_x- to *i» LIIU * e~i't ;bf-; Mrs; Frank Sanford aritf Mrs' : WACs at Denver. The son Al- ' . s . we f Gl1 'Harold Phillips. 'At the business* ^ orn ' is - a lieut.-eoloneL in the'- s " ut : 01 f °\ *--uiiirjn. uu- me u*i^ nieeting : it Was voted to BIVP »'™V now in Germany. A si'ster,'F' r . ura ' 1 eletnc lines was made Fri- tiri-fo rt-f r^^wiAM nn ..«4.» »..—...:.—. .dav afternoon \vhilp thp npw to give $|0 "to the ("Buddy Budget" which provides 1 ' presents for wounded service men here and overseas, Lunch w/as: served at the close ofJ'tlie afternoon. Walter Hint! H»f Furlough— . "&>$.••• Waiiei- ; ffirttz,. so» ,of Mr and -3Strs; -.Mike : Ktinti,ri*^spe *y V 'furlough af' _ — had - spent?-" a week with. her daughter.,' Mrs:Robert Melville',- ... ..,;. .,, ; - •'-. • ,-j, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel and the Clinton Hendersons; ~t>t Lone Rock, spent Sunday.- at ; the Lyle Johnson home at Lake'.eiy- ital, Minn; - ,--,<-. ,-;..- ,' . The Rev and and daughters, _ _ called on Burt friends - w .,^», if last week on their way-.''to' Readlyn. .-.-.. .Mrs. E'. P. Fred'erickson. returned from Osage .last -wee(k Tuesday after several days with ler mother, who is sick. . • ;.:;•' * The Fidelis Sunday school ?lass meets Wednesday with Mrs. F. L Pratt. Mrs.. Ray Oll- •m is assisting hostess. • .... Kay and iPeggy HardgroVe 5pent a few days last week with heir aunt, Mrs. Ralph Brown, at Algona. Mrs. Frances Leicher Funnemark, Wesley, spent Thursday ifternoon with Mary Jean Ra- •hul. reeerttljr re'tarried from,. a v . year and- 9- hall' overseas in the Eiir- OW*ft* theater, arid recently stationed ' in Germany He is in the infantry .with the, 4th army, and-has received 'five battle Stars;';arid•/.''-a- presidential cit- ati'bn; : At the conclusion of hit L..;^ichinan pirlough he; will report to a . , ._. in. North Carolina. Itolbh Schipull in Nary— ' Mr, ,and.;Mrs. Wm. Schipull have:, received word- from theii Son-Ralph that he is now stationed in Dayisville,: R. E, with the navy . iHis new address is Ralph -Donald Schipull, S2c, Training Group, MTM. 42, Barracks C-5, N.C.T.C,, Davisville, R ; , I. Sgt. Lyle Schipull is now 'stationed in Germany with the avmy. , Good Will Club Meets— ' The Good Will club met last Thursday afternoon in the City Hall with Mrs. M. J. Stripling and Mrs. Harold Nieson as host- Gerald Riedol and Dale Loek- \y°od spent a clay'or two at Wa- /erly the first of last week, • Thf F. L. Ryersoiis . ; wei - f Sti'X- day dinner guests of the Harold Clavtons, nfar Algon;r. . - .'- '. •'-. guessing games. -Mrs. Otto Ra- nitis and Mrs Bert Putzstuck vveiv in charge of the entertainment. Of her Burt >'<vwi. Mr. a;id Mrs. J. G. Sewick and ...aiightor, Mrs Kenneth May, and CO » ' Jlcr son Jimm y. Lake Park, were | iJinnor guests a week ago San- Ji"i Pool! day u ' the F - °- Slow home. Mr '_' | and Mrs. Paul Wille, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and daughter Helen, were also guests. The Charles and Bernard Phelps also spent the afternoon there. Mrs. Lester Mitchell and sor. Norman, Chicago came a week ago Thursday for a visit of two City, Friday. Mr- ; and •;Mrs. l G.. J. K> . Vogel took ,-her.-dbwh: •-;•-'.-• The Emit Hasses attended a family reunion at Rock Rapids i week ago Sunday. A. J. Draper, Des Moiner;, was a caller on Burt friends last Thursday. LI. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz -penl a few days last week at Clear Lake. The Win. Balls moved inlo 'heir new home last week. HEARJAPS ON BOMB RESULTS Jeanette Jacobson, social sci-i cnce teacher here, is spending: nart of her summer's vacation at San Antonio with a sister-in-law' Mrs. Alden Jacobson, and sons. Captain Jacobson is in the air •rorps, and has only 14 missions Io complele before he is due for Early in Ihe spring he had an interesting experience when returning from a mission over Tokio, he heard a radio broadcast from San Francisco in which the results of the mission he l>ad taken part in were described. Miss Jacobson has tlrfee. other brothers in the army, and all have had overseas service, and all are officers. Ohe' is i» this country after more flian< two- years foreign service. Mrs. Tiede io Hospital—i Mrs. John Tiede was taken to the Lutheran hospital in For Dodge Thursday to receive medical care; She 'was accompaniet by. the Rev. and Mrs.-Louis Wit tenburg.. .V •'• -'• - ;. - 'Boy io "U*''Hospiial— Mrs. Guy GiddingS'-nnd Junior left Thursday evening for. Iowa Cily, where Junior was'- : to entei the university hospital for medical examination. Operation for Emma Krause Emma Krause had a major operation at the General hospital in Algona Wednesday., She is reported recovering rapidly. OMi«r TJH V«rnfe Niews, Guests Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Guy GicldingK were Pfc. and Mrs. Robert Giddings, of Burt. He recently returned from overseas and had been stationed in Germany with the army. Zola Giddings, of Chicago, Mrs. William Gidtjings and Joan ..Giddings, bpth of Burt. were also-- guests. ;•' Rapmond, Viola and Otto Sen ipull entertained the fWalthe- League Thursday evening in th< Lutheran church parlors. / short business meeting was helc after which the evening waf spent socially. Lunch was servec' at ihe close of the evening, Mr. and Mrs. U. S- Grant, Mrs Peter Thmopson, and Mrs. G. A Hanna, of Fairmont, Minn., wert dinner guests Thursday at thi home if Mr§. Dora Dean at Cor- wJthi Mrs. Hanna remained a- the Deait home' for- a few days visit. - ... ..... ..;.,,•: Phyllis and Lois Hedrick, dau-1 Burt, where he had spent a week wifti his grandparents, Mr. and . . Mrs. Charles Goetsch and Mrs. Carl Goetsch were at Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon. EX-BANCROFTER IS SHERIFF IN SOUTH DAKOTA C. L. (Roy) Johnson! former .leputy postmaster at Bancroft 30 years ago, in a recent letter .;o,J. A. Freeh told news of 'the ;amily. Mr. Johnson is the old- ;st son of John B. Johnson, pioneer storekeeper at Bancroft, old Swea township, and Swea City, and former county supervisor and'.postmaster at Bancroft. He is now sheriff at Fall River county, S. D., and lives al Hot Springs, the county seat, vlrs. Johnson is the daughter razelle; of W. W. Alcorn, Seneco pioneer, and Bancroft mer- :hant years ago. The Johnson oldest daughter ives- at Las Vegas, Nev., and .he youngest daughter is in the WEISHAARBOYS IN GERMANY IN HAPPY REUNION Cpl. Edward Weishaar and his brother Pfc. Floyd had a reunion in Germany June 21, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar, here, have learned in letters recently received. Floyd, stationed in Uudington, with three buddies, S-Sgt. Stone of Spencer; Pvt. Gebrge Boekel- mah, Titonka; and Pvt. Charles Bishop from Missouri, got a four- day pass, and set out to visit Edward, who < before the war's end was stationed at Madgeburg. Not knowing he had been moved to Schoneck they drove quite a' distance- out of the way before they located, him The first day they drove 500 miles. Edward wrote that he didn't have much work to do so was going to show his guests a good time in ,the two days they would be together. The brothers had met briefly in mid-winter and before that'had just missed seeing each other on two occasions. Boekelmann t before going 'into service, had ' not 1 known' Floyd, but the'fortunes of war had -put' 1 them together. They trained at Texas together, were shipped on the sanie boat, and have been to- 'gether on the continent. ;,.: _ : ^Ledyard Boy Back ' From Philippines Ledyard, July 23—Cpl. William Barnes,,, who has served 4'Vfe years in the army returned last week from' the Philippines, where he has been stationed recently. . He was discharged on the point system. He and his wife and daughter will begin farming on the home 'Carhus farm near El more this fall. Sunday they were guests of his sis:ter, Mrs. Aeilt Troff, and Friday they were'guests at the parental Albert Barnes home. LAST REA SHUTOFF. Swea City,, July 23—The final • ' - - the DEK wife of former county supervisor Olaf Pearson, lives at Swea City. Pastor's Brother Wa* War Prisoner Pfc. Robert Richardson, Richland Center, Wis., will return' the last of the week after g!" fter* with his brother,' ihe : ' Rev. C. C. Richardson. He and a group of 30 men were on a scouting mission last -.Ovtober, when they ran into a Uetachment of Germans and were Captured. Two of the soldiers '/ere shot, and the others impris- >ned at Stalag 2A till they were liberated in May by the Russian irmy. He arrived.in the states early n July on 60-day leave, following which he will report to a Texas camp for Reassignment. HOUSE IS SOLD. Lucas street has been sold, .nd Mrs. Hofius will leave soon or Winnebago, Minn., where he will enter a Baptist home. while the new the Estherville day afternoon [sub-station at , plant was cut in. A new Diesel I'ehginer. recently installed at Es- ttherville has added to the capacity of the plant. Legion Ballroom Bancroft Friday. July 27—Jack Cole. ! Tuesday, July 31—Ole Olson and His Rhythm Kings. j Friday, Aug. 3—Pa t Hoffman, j sd«y, Aug. 7 "Skipper" ; B'wg. Again Approves GRAD6 A CAMELBACK For Passenger Tire RECAPPING All motorists withtirc,«i iflne for rccupping «ro really in luck. For-loiigtiHwcjirlng-better-curing, top q uil |. My Goodyenr Grade, A'CameflMick cnn be put on y 0 ,, r . tires . . .milking them iicjirly as good as new for thousands of extra, safe miles. SEE US TODAY FOR DEPENDABLE GOOD^YEAR EXTRA-MILEAGE RECAPPING Top Quality Work With Top Quality Material No Certificate Needed! 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