Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1945 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY. JULY 31, Burt Woman Turned Back on Proposed Trip to Coast f ' ! Jtf FINDS TRAIN AT AMES FILLED & HAS TO RETURN j ation at the university hospital i at Iowa City Friday morning. few clays with relatives. Carol Reynolds, who is attending A1B at Des Moines, spent the Hurt News. i weekend with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lock wood a '"' Mrs - C - W ' Reynolds Mrs. George Bait and daugh- Burt, July 30—Mr. and Mrs., Wayne Mann and Mrs. W. H. Vo- i gel took Mrs. Ada Mann to Ames 1 a week ago Tuesday, where she hoped to catch a train for Van-! Nuys, Calif. However the train; was so crowded that she was un-' able to Pet on. FO came hark to! Burt. She hail been unable to i get reservations, but she would try nnd g< my. Sh° \w- boon staying at tho j R. L. Cogrlill home since her; sale soveral-.nveeks ago. i wont to Humboldt Thursday to 'isil Mr. Lock wood's nephew, Cpl. Earl Lockwood, who recently returned lor a ;-f,-clay lur- i'urloiifeh after more than '.wo yt'ars in tho Pacific. He was granted the leave because his wito is ill. Cpl. Lockwood lived in Hurt for a time when he was manager of the Rapp hardmare. Alvina Hasse, Mary Jean Ra- chut, and Alvina's cousin, Norm- thoueht'i ac ' mo Wajahn, Emmetsburg, went without to Iowa City Thursday to spend a few days with Alvina's sisters, Uulh and Caroline Hasse. Ruth is a nurso at the university hospital, and Caroline is attending summer school there. The Methodist WSCS meets at the church Wednesday faternoon ! with Mrs Don Mitchell, Mrs. Wm. ; Nelson, and Mrs. W. B. Officer as ; hostesses. Mrs. Karl Anderson tenant arrived Wednesday from wil1 havc charge of devotions, and Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where' Mrs - w - R - Chnfeo is program he had just arrived from Europe. Ho came across on the Queen Elizabeth, lough lie Lieutenant Visits Parents— 2nd Lieut, and Mrs. Wm. N. 1 Batt, and Mr. and Mrs. George Batt. Algona, spent Thursday evening with Lt. Ball's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt. The lieu- After a 30-day fur- will report to Camp Chafer 1 . Ark. lie had been overseas since last September. Picnic for Chicago Guosis— Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell and son, Chicago, who had been visiting Mr. Mitchell's mother, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and his sisters' families, left Saturday for a few davs at a Wisconsin lake before returning to their home in Chicago. A week ago Sunday relatives had a picinic at Emmetsburg in their honor. Mrs. Jessie Mitflvll, the Arie Dittmers. Quinten Bjustroms, and Otto Harlans v/ere also present. Captain Stewart Goes Back— ch.-iirman. Tb Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church meets in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mesdamcs R. H. Thompson, Paul Dettmiin, George Kinkki, Roscoo Stewart, and Kalh Dugan as hostesses. . . _ . .. Mrs. Robert Voigt and son left wfcek Tuesday afternoon. ter Georgiana, and Mrs. Bertha att, Algona, spent last Wednesday at the Wm. Batt home. Mrs. Roy Wililams and three children Austin, Minn., spent most of last week at the Donald Mitchell home. Bonnie Schuldt returned to her home at Emmetsburg Friday after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. Larry Manus went to Algona Wednesday to spend a few days at the home his aunt, Mrs. L. Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Art Leeck are parents of a son born Wednesday. The Leecks also have a daughter. > Mrs. Lawrence Gordner, Humboldt, came Friday to sepnd a day or two at Ihe F. L. Pratt home. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle attended the funeral of Mrs. Thorkel Sondrol at Clear Lae Thursday, t Kay Miller, Estherville, came Thursday.for a visit at the home of hor uncle, J. L. Miller. The Glenn Teeters, Lone Rc«;k, KF-nt last week Monday evening at the Franz Teeter home, i The Birthday Circle had a picnic at the H. W. Manus lawn last OTTOSEN PLANS A PICNIC FOR 2 ON FURLOUGH a week ago Friday for their their home at Salt Lake Ci'.y. Mrs. Voigt's husband, who ix-- ently spent a 30-day leave here, is now stationed at Amarillo, Tex. Mrs. John Boon left Thursday' for her homo at George after a few days visit with tho R. F. Hawcotts. Mrs. Boon was for-: merly Nora Schuldl, nnd lived in Burt a number of years ago. Mrs. Grovor Reed, Algona, her: daughter and granddaughter, of Capt. and Mrs. Ed. Stewart and '.. Long Beach, Calif., spent a week Tne Missionary Maidens met with Barbara Hardgrove Saturday afternoon. The Fortnightly club met Fri- afternoon with Mrs. William Carman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eddy went to Mason City Wednesday for a few days. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Chris Bolie riday afternoon. The Wm. Batts visited relatives at Emmetsburg a week ago Sunday. son moved Thursday into the house Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, recently bought from Miss Whitney. The Stewarts loft Sunday for Fort Bragg, N. C.. where Capt. Stewart expects to be stationed a couple of months before being sent to the Pacific. He has just completed a 30-day furlough following his return from Europe. Birthday is Celebrated— | A family gathering was held': at the Harvey Larson homo a week ago Sunday to celebrate Linda Larson's birthday. Present were the Bill Claus, Walter Brandow, Harold Brandow, Geno Erandow, Kenneth Brandow, and Leo Walters families, of Algona, the William Larsons, of Titonka, nnd thp Franz Teeters and Edmund Larsons. Veteran Home rom Iceland— : Sgl. and Mrs. Edward Manus spent two or three days last week i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. • H. W. Manus. He returned from I ago Friday at the Harold Stew- : ard home. The Reeds are for- 1 mer Burt residents. Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Cleary, El Paso, 111., sent last week Monda and Tuesday with Esther and Ruth Hodgson. She is a cousin.' They were all dinner guests on Monday evening at the M. E.I Polhemus home. | Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and daughter Margaret visited from a week ago Sunday to Tuesday with relatives at Diagonal. Marv Office-:-, who had spent several weeks there, reutrnecl with them. ; Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and dan- ghters Roberta and Paula returned to th-.'ir home at Bode Thursday after spending a couple days I \viih Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Paul.Moore, -t i Richard Stow left Monday for his home at Davenport after i three weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, ; and at the Charles Phelps home ' near Titonka. Mrs. Clifford Holding and her CHILD WHO WAS RUN OVER BY A HAY RACK DIES OHosen July and the Legion Auxiliary ; . are planing a community picm'c" dinner in honor of Stanley Enockson and Herman Thorsen, two servicemen who are now spending furloughs at their respective home. Both have beefn overseas Whittemore News Briefs Mrs. Ralph Walker entertained Wednesday in honor of her _son Eugene' and daughter Gloria Kay's birthdays. Present were Mrs. Rosella Frideres and two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Kisch and sons, Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and sons, Mrs. Robert Walker and children, Mrs. Theodore Meier and daughters, Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons, Mrs. Russel Walker and sons, and the Ever- for some time. Following the j e tt Shipler children, all of Whit- dinner a short progw&m will be temore; Mrs. Jack McKane and given with the high school band playing a few numbers. Livutenani Visits Sister— Lt. Jesse Blanchard, of Fort Benning, Ga., and" Nancy Drown of Des Moines, were Tuesday evening callers at the Chester Thursday with relatives at Charles City and New Hampton. Mrs. Harvey Dailey is visiting at her son J. McCreery's at Fonda. non in the local Lutheran church | with the Rev. L. Wittenburg in i charge, and burial was made at!J Humboldt. .+ - ..*—_ A Duhigg Section^ at Swea City Sold Swea City, July 30—Section '20, which adjoins Swea City on tho east, and formerly known as tho iDuhigg section, has been solid! by the Iowa Qefense Relocation Corporation. The Swea City Hatchery has boucjht 292 acres on the west, including the build- RADIO TUBES We can now supply yoil wil , , lubes or lubes and B dapt eM , 0 , Mary, daughter of Mr. and j nRs . A small portion of tho town < near | y a u .„„ , • --" ' - J - — ur«..„.!,.« «„ ' -i»- .•- i 4^,1 „., iiin »,«,•< Vi it/oof •'" a " lypes and numbers, Mrs. Herman Miller, Waterloo, is • site is located on the northwest visiting her grandfather, Martin corner. The east half of the sec- Duffy, and other relatives. ! tion was purchased by Guy E. Sandra and Donald Zinnell, of, Woods, of Rosemond, 111,, Mr. Joliet, 111., are spending the sum- Woods, a carpenter, was in Swea " ' '" " City last week. He plans to put up a set of buildings and operate the farm himself. mer with Mrs. Rosa their grandmother, Schumacher. brother of Mrs. Alne. He is with i H e 'nwith an infantry division, and upon his return to duty will go to Fort Ord, Calif., where he ex- ects to be sent to the Pacific. He is spending his furlough at the parental J. M. Blanchard's at Lone Rock. Mrs. Harold Kuecker and son, West Bend; Mrs. James E. Walker and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Algona. Cake and -ice cream were j served and the children received favors. The Alfred Bruhn family, Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hei- Seeks Aid for Arlhritis— Mrs. Jack Crane, son and daughter Lois drove to Britt Friday morning . wheife the . •former went to the ^e$ 5Truel- son home. From therfe.Snle will continue on to Charles' ; 6Jty to take osteopathic treatments for arthritis. She has ; been- j ill all winter, and hasn't beejrvyable to get around at all, but 'he'd seem,ed better lately. Gold Star Pins to 2 Luverne Mothers Luverne, July 30—The USW met Wednesday night in.the city, hall with Mrs. Wm. Ristau, president, presiding. The club presented gold star pins to Mrs. Phil C. Lichty, whose son, Phil A. Lichty, lost his life in an airplane acidnt in England; Mrs. Virgil Lamb, whose husband was killed in action in France; Mrs. O. S. Al/xander, whose son. Mail us your orders, NORTHERN DISTHIBUTlUn COMPANY BRITT IOWA visited at Herman Voigts Wednesday evening. The Hugo Meyers and Arthur Heidenwiths visited last week Tuesday evening at Alfred Meyer's. The Herman Meyers, Mrs. Al- France on D-day; and fred Meyer and son, Gayle and i H. R. Ristau, whose son Orvin ! Mrs. Arthur Heidonwith spent died in a German prison camp of wounds received in action. Lunch was served at the close of the Everett was killed D-day; action in to Mrs. Wednesday in Fairmont. The L. W. Swansons were business callers at Wesley and Brilt Thursday. Sheriff Art Cogley was here last week Tuesday evening. Sheila Rochford, New Hampton, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Theresa Kollasch and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch evening by Mrs. Emily Guy and Mrs. William Ristau. Sister 2 Luverne Women Dies at 41 Luverne, July 30—Relatives here have received word of the death of Olive Olson. 41, who at Arnold's Park. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke visiting with Other Ottoseii News. Mabel Coyle is spending a ..... weeks vacation from her duties • spent last week as a secretary at the Ankeny j relatives at New ordinance plant near Des Moines at the parental John Coyle's. Her roommate, Lois Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson, came Thursday evening and will remain till Sunday. She also works at Ankeny. Mr. and. Mrs. Evered Bryant Jr. spent several days last week ! was at Milwaukee. She was a ! rural school teacher and had Charles City. Laura Lee Bargman is visiting at the Ben Walker home at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles spent from last week Tuesday to just recently gone to Wisconsin to attend a summer school for Hampton • and j a few weeks. Her parents live ' at Humboldt and she has three sisters living in the Luverne vicinity: Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Mrs. Carl Hanselman, and Mrs. Leroy Hanselman. Funeral services were held Sunday after- House for Sale ot Auction WITH TWO LOTS AT.'' FEM'OX Monday €vening August 6th AT 7:30 IN THE E VEXING Two story frame, seven rooms and hat It, full base. men and full attic. Has brand new forced feed hot water furnace with stoker. Insulated and weather stripped. Xew sidewalk all around. Forced feed soft water system and automatic soft water electric heater. Opcii to inspection at any time. Iteason for sale: Leaving community because of wife's health. Dr. J. A. Mueller FRED FLAIG, Auctioneer. Iceland a few weeks ago, nnd nnd his wife had boon .spending several weeks in northern J.linn- esota. He left Wednesday for Texas for reassignment. His wife returned t o Iowa City where she is employed— Change at Krieihe Farm— Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia, Owatonna, Minn., were business visitors in Burt last woek Tuesday, and also visited at the Albert Staohlo homo. Mrs. Kri.-'the has rented hor farm to the Harold Fischers, The Leonard Dittmers, who now live, on it, will move to their own farm. Mrs. Nearly Loses Mother — R. J. Nealy received a call Friday from his wife, who had been in Lincoln, Nob., several weeks with hor mother, Mrs. E. H. Monson, who died Friday. Mr. three sons, Katherine Allen, and ; Mrs. Elmer Keinitz, Lakota, 1 spent Thursday at the Ed. | Meaney home at Manly. ' i I Margaret Nelson, who is now working at Battle Creek, Mich, visited from Tuesday to Saturday with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson. | Mrs. G. H. McMullen nnd sons Jimmy and Jerry, returned Wed- i ncsday from Russell, where they , had spent a few days with Mrs, j McMullon's mother. j Mrs. Clinton Henderson and daughter, Lono Rock, spent Thursday at the home of her j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman • Neitzel. I Mrs. C. S. Coffin and daughter, i Mrs. Robert Hamilton, attended ' the funeral of Mrs, Harvey Mathes in Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mr. find Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter and two daughters, Corwith, were dinner guests a week ago Larry, 2'/2, son of Mr. Mrs. George Swalve, farmers in Buffalo twp., died at the Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday at 4 o'clock of injuries received in an accident July 11. The accident happened when Mr. Swalve drove into the yard with a big load of baled hay. He saw the little boy standing then out of danger. He stopped his tractor, and wh^n he put the machine-..in.-gear*to--vdrive to the, barn he heard the boy scream and found he had been run over by the right front wheel of the loaded hay truck. Just how the child got there and details of what happened will not be known because there were no witnesses. Rushed to a hospital it was found he had a . fractured pelvis and internal injuries. Funeral services were held at the home at 1 p. m. Saturday, and at the Christian Reformed , church southeast of Titonka at 1 1:30. The Rev. Clarence Dehaan was in charge and burial was in the Buffalo twp. cemetery. The boy was born January 1, 1943, and is survived by his parents and three brothers, Lewis, Arlo, and Allen. —. * FARM IS SOLD. Swea City, July 30—The Chas. Fischer 80, which joins Swea City on the northwest was sold to Henry Larson, whose farm home lies just to te south across te highway. and daughter Beverly, .'Algona,' and were Thursday evening *" tellers) at the Knut Oppedahl hoVne, The ; Bryants are former residents i here. j Pvt. and Mrs. Donald Cooper' and children Gary and Nancy spent last week Monday and , Tuesday at the Ralph | Cooper > home near Sutherland. ' • j Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and son ; Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Os- • car Oppedahl -and 'sort'"Peter-it, •.'were Port -Bo^ge 1 ' 1 v"JJ3to¥'3'-''<last]f week Monday. Ralph Richards was a business caller in Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon. * Poultry Dressing Season Begins at i The S. C. Produce | Swea City, July 30—.The For-' est City Produce Co. started its five months dressing season last week Monday with a crew of 30 workers. . •-•' i Th first load to be dressed out consisted of hens from the com-1 pany's flock grown on the John • Kylen farm. The average weight of the birds was 12 3-4 Ibs. The turkey Toms are left till later to be fed into heavy weights. i Manager Jeff Hanifan has contracted turkeys from .a wide ; territory extending soutlvto Manson, and from Worthineton to Wells in southern Minnesota, and said enough turkeys will be avilable to keep the .plant going. Nealy left Saturday to attend tho £ e ' L u "" L( u S w T T V funeral Monday. Gene Thcisen. | ^ay at tho W. J. Lockwood Weisko ran tho hadware dur- the ing his absence. and daughter Shirley attonded the funeral of a friond at Hardy a wruk ago Friday. Shirley remained for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Lock- wodo, and visited relatives at Renwick and Corwith. Sailor Returns io Service— RM3c nnd Mrs. Laurence Miller left Wednesday after a 10- da visit at the J. L. Miller home.! Ho loft from Ames for Los An-j geles, and she returned to Des I Moines, where she is employed. nome. Mrs. Joyce Groves has been at the Paul Wille home in Algona since a week I'care j ious j Marjorie Pannkuk returned i j a week ago Saturday from Minn- I apolis, where she had spent a number of weeks with relatives. Mrs. J. P. Stow, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, two daughters, were dinner guqsts Friday evening at the Mrs. Ronald Elvidge homo. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson returned a week ago Friday night from Inwood, whore she had spent a Veteran Patient Visits— | Pfc. Roland Chafee, who is a I patient at the Snick hospital at , Clinton, visited a week ago Sat-j urday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. find Mrs. W. R. Chafee. Store Building Improved— The W. H. VoKols are making | some improvements on thc-ir store | building. They have had the attic insulated, and are having brick face siding put on the sides. Harness Shop Moved— L. R. Daniels moved his harness nnd shof repair business into his new buildin? just south of the Smith store tho first of tho week. Son for Myron Chipmans— Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipmrm have a n«w grandson, born last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chipman at Amos. Wrecking Mattress Shop— P. J,. Slainbrook is bavin? his mattress shop torn'down and will move it to his farm near Whilte- mo re. Mrs. Rash Has Operation— Mrs. R. W. Rash had M\ oper- Men's OVERALL PANTS " $1.21 pr. •y^Heavy 8-oz. blue denim ^Sanforized shrunk •^Double siilchcd seams PHONE New Machines For Sale Electric cream separators. 3 to 5 h. p. radiator cooled gas engine. 2 single unit and 1 double unit McCormick Deering milkers. Fertilizer attachments for horse and tractor planter. Tractor hitches for horse drawn planters. 25-tooth horse drawn spring tooth harrow. No. 46 plow fertilizer attachment. Tractor wheel weights. Power lift for "H" Farmall. Power take-off for "H" Farmall. Buck rake to fit hydraulic manure loaders. Farmer's Friend and Hydraulic manure loaders. Air compressors. Firestone Tires and Tubes for Tractors and Implements. Farm-Oyl Lubricants. *'\ Used Machines Electric cream separators. No. 8 Little Genius 2-16 plow. Regular Funnull on Rubber, with cultivator Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 State and Jones Clyde S. Miller's '( i I" / 'il'.l 'i or BIG EVENTS Presented by Hagg Post, American Legion , i Clean and Wholesome Entertainment Kossuih Fair Grounds Algona - Iowa COME AND SEE BEAUTIFUL HORSES BUCKING HORSES SADDLE CLUBS ROPING CALF AND STEER CONTESTS BANDS FANCY RIDING TRICK HORSES TRAINED HORSES FANCY ROPING CLOWNS EXCIT€MENT AND FUN FOR EVERYBODY Bring the family. Two hours of guaranteed entertainment at the molt famous Rodeo show in the world. S Complete Performances August 9, 10, tl, 12 AT 8:30 O'CLOCK. SUNDAY AT 3:30 AND 8 ; 30 One admission charge only. Grandstand, Bleacher* Free. Admission: Adults, $1.00j children, 50c.Men in uniform, one-half

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