Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 31, 1945
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PAGE SIX Livermore Youth Killed in March Battle with Germans Livermore, July 30—The war department has announced that Cpl. Ralph J. Maybcrry was killed in action in Germany on March 13. He had previously been reported missing. He is a nephew of Mrs. Lucy Tellson, of Livermore, and the son of O. H. Mayberry, now of West Bend, but formerly of Livermore. He was 30 years old. He is survived by his wife, who lives in Fort Dodge, his father, and two brothers. Shower for Mrs. Smith— shower at the Catholic church basement last week Sunday in honor of Mrs. Clyde Smith. The afternoon was spent in various contests and gaines, and prizes were given. Mrs. Smith was presented with many nice gifts, Lunch was served by thc committee in charge. Mrs. Harry Foley, Corwith, Mrs. Bob Rockwood, Wesley, Mrs. Bernard Mettille, West Bend, Mrs. John John, Mrs. Zelda Rhunke, and Mrs. Mary Videen, Humboldt, were out of town guests. Insurance Company Picnic— The fire insurance company that Guy Trauger represents held a picnic at their farm home a week ago Sunday with 32 present. The state director, a Mr. Kelehan, and his wife, and the assistant director, Mr. Kiove, and his daughter, all of Des Moines, attended, and the district director, of Fort Dodge, and agents and their families were among those present. Party Celebrates Birthday— A group of friends of Mrs. Ardis Hamm came to her home a week ago Saturday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. High score went to Mrs. Mary Weber, and low to Mrs. Culvert Johnson. Mrs. Hamm was presented with coin to purchase a gift. A lunch brought by the guests was served. Overseas Veterans Home— Alfred Smith, who has been overseas for many months arrived home last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Smith. Eastman homo in Bradgato. Tommy Kissinger, who has been in the Pacific for several months is Visiting his wife at the Frank Broessler home. Mrs. George Foth acompanied her sister, Celesta Elsbecker to Bancroft last week to spend a day with her parents. Mike Reding spent a few days last week visiting his daughter, Mrs. James Weyclert, at Easton, Minn. I Mrs. Virgil Boyd, of Cedar | Falls, visited Sunday with her parents in law, the Ernest Boyd Charles Annstrong, who has been ill was taken to an Algona hospital a week ago Sunday. Irene McCaffney, Emmetsburg, visited last week Sunday, with her aunt. Mrs. George Davis. Mrs. Joe Becker, of St. Joe, is in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for medical treatment. Antoinette Dorweiler spent a few days last week visiting her brother at Bancroft. Ronald Collins has been quite ill at his home east of town for several clays. HEAD LEDYARD SCHOOL LOSES 2 FIN6ERENDS Ledyard, July 30— Supt. Richard Brauwcr, who is working at a pea vinery this summer, met with an accident last week Monday evening that cost him two fingers. The machine he was at work on was shut off, and he was repairing the chain. He motioned to a worker to hand him a screw driver, and 'another workman mistook his motion for a signal to start the machine. K FARMS By Chas. H. Klamp. Last week Wednesday I. W. Nelson, southeast of Lone Rock, and his boy were getting their combine ready for work. I. W. said Mrs. Nelson at present wns staying with her mother, Mrs. Corn Bacon, on South Harlan St., Algona, as Mrs. Nelson has had a major operation, but is getting along fine and will soon be home again. * * * When we called on Ernest Fischer, northwest of Lone Rock. he was at the house. As a rule he is doing some field work. He said they would be cutting oats soon. He showed us his garden and remarked that Mrs. Fisher did the garden work and she cer-' tainly has a fine garden. OSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA KITTRELLS ARE HOME FROM BIG CHURCH EVENT The Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kittrell returned recently from Wy- ncmn lake, Ind., where they had attended a Baptist national conference on evangelism. Representatives from 30 states were present, and the Rev. Mr. Kittrell's trip was the gift of his congregation. Among interesting features was a visit to the home of Mrs. may be produced, processed or manufactured from agricultural products and generally to act as a marketing and purchasing agent, and to have such powers as are necessary and incidental to the exercise of and the purposes of such corporation. The authorized capital is $10,000 divided into 5,875 shares, of which amount 2,500 shares, par value twenty - five cents per share, amounting to $625.00 is Membership Stock, and 2,500 shares of par value twenty-five cents per 'share, amounting to $025.00 is Organization Stock, and 875 shares," par value $10.00 per share, amounting to $8,750.00, Billy Sunday, and the day she I j? 4ft Cumulative_ Preferred held open house she had 1,000 visitors. The place is filled with items of historical interest, and is so planned that it will be left as a museum. George Bernard, author of The Old Rugged Cross, was at Stock, The Membership Stock may be issued to and owned only by a member in good standing of the County Farm Bureau of this state who maintains his membership therein by paying his dues annually on or before Melford Mitchell, southwest of some of the sessions, as was ol-1 March 1st each year, and when Lone Rock, we found at his nei-' so Dr. Chas. Wygle, author, who i he ceases to be a member m nng his song, No One Ever K°° d standing of a County Farm ' - for Me Like Jesus, which I Bureau of this state he ceases to ghbor Vincent Behrends' cutting oats. They figured they would finish cutting Vincent's oats that forenoon. These folks help each other, and Melford's boy was driving the tractor on this field whore they had sowed clover seed when they sowed the oats. The clover is showing up good. * * * When we stopped at John Sch- allin's, just a little northeast of the Lotts Creek church, he and the Wm. Buss boy, near neighbor, were putting up hay. John took a little time out and show- us six nice Shepherd puppies. He raises some puppies each year, and is a good dog trainer. At Art Zumach's, near Lone Rock, we found their boy fixing up a jug of water to keep it cool. He wrapped a gunny sack around the jug and tied it with binder twine, and then soaked the gunny sack. This looked to us just like the way Dad used to fix up a jug to keep the water cool. # :;: :': A. Lusmann, teacher at the Between My Soul and The Savor, and is in the song books of everal Algona churches, The Rev. Mr. Kittrell will Five detailed report of thc confer- ;ncc Wednesday at 8 p. m. at he Baptist church. . The two fingers holding the I Lotts Creek school, informed us chain were cut off at the first lhat ne nad been batching the joint. He was taken to the Blue Earth hospital for treatment, but returned home later the same day. Vanishing Tea is Given— Mrs. Fred Darnell entertained 16 women at a followup vanishing tea last week Tuesday after- Herbert Kayser, who has been noon. This is sponsored by the with Alfred, also arrived home | United Service Women. The af- to spend a furlough parents near St. Joe. with his Veteran Home From England— Irvin Underberg, Flc, arrived home from England a week ago Sunday to spend a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underberg. Other Livermore News. Guests last week at Herman Larson's were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams and family, of Esthervillc, Mrs. Roy Young, of Graettinger, and Laurence, Melvin, Alice and Mildred Christ- tiansen, of Esthervillc. Mr. and Mrs. George Under- burg and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson took Helen Underburg to Des Moines a week ago Sunday to continue her studies as a cadet nurse in the Methodist hospital. Bernard Fitzgerald, of Springfield, O., visited last week with relatives at the Ernest Logue home.' His son Jimmy, who spent the last five weeks visiting here, returned home with him. Mrs. Maude Wilson was host- ternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served by the hostess. Service Addresses Wanted — Mrs. Fred Darnell is asking is relatives of service men in this vicinty to report to her ngcSS ° adre3 past two weeks as Mrs. Lusmann is visiting her folks in Kansas. We enjoyed our visit, with him,' and Mr. Lusmann remarked that they like the Lotts Creek neighborhood. * * it Joe Culbertson, south of Lone Rock, had taken the cultivator off his tractor, preparing to cut oats. The Culbertsons have a girl and three boys, and the boys were helping their Daddy on the tractor job and were sure handy. Jj: :h # At the A. J. Hatten farm northwest of Ledyard Mrs. Hatten three months so that the list for the USW can be kept up to date. Halvorson Brother Sick— Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halvorson left last week Tuesday morning for Dululh, called by the serious illness of Mr. Halvorson's brother, Martin T. Halvorson. Service Man at Home— Howard Klinkseik, who has any I asked us in and remarked that last j ? he had company. Her mother- been stationed in Tennessee, came Sunday evening to spend a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek. Flies to Visit Sister- Mrs. Ailt Troff left by plane from Des Moines Saturday for Hickman, Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. Margery Scott. Other Ledyard News. Mrs Wilson Brack was hostess to the Methodist WSCS at the tess to the WSCS at her home church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Thursday afternoon. After the (business meting and lesson a social afternoon was sepnt, and lunch was served. George Shreiber, who has been spending a furlough visiting his father and sister here, left Irst week Tuesday for Jefferson Barracks to receive a new assignment. Gus Bosallis, of Cherokee, is spending a few days visiting the George Lenertzes. He had previously visited his wife in Colorado, and with a brother in California. Cpl. and Mrs. Clyde Smith, Mrs. Marvel Smith, and Donald Smith were dinner guests last week Monday evening at the Harry Foley home in Corvvith. Mrs. Cecil Rowel, of Garrison, visited a few days with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Scvibner, and with her husbynd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowel, in St. Joe. Mrs. Donald Wilson and two children, Des Moines, are visiting at thc home of her mother, Mrs. Edna Goodenough, and with her aunt, Margaret Molin. Cpl. Clyde Smith, who spent a month furloug with his parents, left Wednesday for California. His wife will return to Wyoming, where she is employed. Wilfred Geisch, in the navy, is spending a furlough visiting his sister, Mi's. Henry Zeimot, and with other relatives in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wonderly who are employed in Minneapolis visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wonderly. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest _ Logue attended the funeral services for Julius Lorenz at the Catholic church in Wesley a week ago Saturday. Mrs, Marie Kettleman, who visited her sister, Mrs. August Paulson, returned to her home in Cleveland, 0., last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoffmann wore dinner guests a week ago Sunday evening at the Norlan Schultx home near Ottosen. Cpl. and Mrs. Harold Stoddard and Mrs. John Merris visited last week Monday at the Orville in-law, Mrs. Louis Hatten, of near 1 Bancroft;'"was there, an:! the two ladies were doing some overall mending and said they were keeping them in good condition because it is so hard to get good new ones. They also said that if we had any mending to do to bring it to them 1 They are certainly jo'ly ladies. * * * Bert Hall, northwest of Ledyard, was putting up hay. For the past three years when we called we have found him putting up hay when we got there ataoul this time. Bert keep some ovci forty head of cattle, and feeds off the crops he raises. He also has a nice bunch of hogs. It is on this farm that a group from Algona hunts ducks each year for Bert has a fine cluck slough on the farm. Earl Patterson, northwest o Ledyard, was busy cutting oats E. A. Carpenter led the devotions. A bake sale was held at when we got there. His the meeting, and about $30 was show up very good. He realized. The next meeting will ibe August 9 with Mrs. Glenn Burrows hostess. Mrs. Kenneth Busch and son Tommy, returned home Wednesday from Waterloo, where they had been visiting, Mrs. Robert Martin and daughter Sharyn came with them for a few days visit. Marvel Halvorson, who is the bookkeeper at the State bari'kj went to Cedar Rapids Friday to attend the wedding of a former schoolmate, and also a sorority runion. Mrs. Carl Noyes and daughters Sharon and Carol, came Wednesday from Mankato, where they had been visiting, to visit at the parental D. A. Carpenter home. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders and their granddaughter, Twila Koestler, of Frost, visited their daughter Mrs. Paul Nitz Wednesday. Mrs, Fred Junkermeier returned last week Monday from a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Brandt, of Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warnsr and Mrs. Rose Moulton, of Bancroft, visited at the Asa Warner home Wednesday evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Junkermeier and two daughters, of Burt, visited friends and relatives here Wednesday evening . Mrs. Wm. Bauman went to Hollandale a week ago Sunday to help at the Ted Brandt home for several weeks. Amanda and Minnie Looft and Mrs. Margaret Looft, of Swea City, visited last week, Tuesday at N. A. Pingel's. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris visited at the Kmate Bon- ickson home in Ringsted a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Chester Johnson and daughter LaVonne and Mrs. August Sprank were in Algona last week Tuesday evening. Pearle Koestler, of Frost, spent several days here last week visitin her aunt, Mrs. Paul Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Doos, Auburn, called one day last week at N. A. Pingel's. they were well filled out, bu would not estimate how man bushels to the acre they would bring. We called recently on Osmunc LeLand, west of Elmore, just a cross the state line, and founc they had just -finished cutting nice field of oats. It was fur to see young pheasants, rabbits and other birds and small ani mals wander out of the last row as the binder came along. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbacl visited Friday at the home o the former's brother, Leo Mim bach, near Renwick. Jonas Radclif£o, Cedar Rapids who has been visiting his sistei Mrs. Martin Grubb, the pas week left Monday morning by bus for his home. Mrs. Charley Gurclett and he daughter, Mrs. Josephine Dust enhoff, Bow Bell, S. D., cam Wednesday evening for a visi at the home of their sister-in-lav and aunt, Mrs. Essie McMahor Stanley Genrich, Luvevno, vis ited Tuesday at the home of hi sister Mrs. Everett Steven. Mr. and Mrs. George Grub and little son, of DesMoines, vis ited a few days with his mothe Mrs. Martha Grubb, and othe relatives, en route to the lake for a rest ordered by his doctor Mrs. William Fritz, Titonka was a caller in Sexton Fridaj afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Ham mond, Wesley, visited Thursday evening in Sexton. Mrs. Alfred Opheim and fam ily, and Mrs. Arch Burger visit ed their nieces, Mrs. John Schue ler, Mrs. Hollis Beadle, and Mrs Otto Karels at the Schuler horn- near Swea City Thursday after noon. YELLOW SECOND SHEETS punched or plain, af the AD VANCE. las proved popular with sold-j bo eligible to own and hold said re - stock and is cancellable on the 6'f interest to the Kittrells books of thc corporation. All •/ore three Methodist speakers j dividends on Membership Stock torn the Philadelphia Negro > - ° distributable on a patron- 'emplo. a church of 1,000 mem- a S c , basis - , The . Organization ers. Elbert Findlev, son of the! Stock may be issued only to ounder of the Temple san y i the County Farm Bureau of the hree or four times a clay on the ; county of the principal place of .rogram. and the song were j business of the corporation. No ornposed bv his father and. him- ' stac . k shall bo issued unless and elf, the favoite being Nothing untl1 the corporation has rcociv- HARMS IMPROVING. Lakota, July 30 — Reports here ed the full par value thereof. The corporate period' of this corporation commenced on the 18th day of July, 1945, and is to continue for a period of twenty years from said date unless sooner dissolved in accordance with the law. The business and ajffairs ell] the corporation are to be man- A-lCIJXVJLCl, U Uljt UW ^V^{JU1 I.O JlV^ll: I " * re that John Harms, who acci- aged by a board of not less than lentally shot himself with a rifle | five (5) nor more than twenty ecently while hunting, and who s in the Park hospital in Mason City, is expected to recover. He s a cousin of Mrs. C. C. Gerze- na, Lakota. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Notice is huvoby given of the incorporation of the Kossuth ounty Farm Supply Company, vith its principal place of busi- ess at Algona, Kossuth County, owa. The general nature of said orporation's business is to pur- hase, manufacture, compound, irocess, market, sell and distribute to and for its stockholders ertilizer, paints, seeds, serum, arm machinery, farm supplies or any product or by-product which (20) directors, the exact number to be 14 until changed by resolution adopted at an annual meeting of the stocholders, fixing a different number. All of said directors must be stockholders in the corporation . and are elected by the stockholders to serve for a term of one (1) year and until their successors are elected and qualified. The officers of the corporation are are to toe elected by the board of directors for a term of one (1) year and are a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. The office of secretary-treasurer •'may be held by by the same pei'son. The first regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the corporation is to be held in 194G and all subsequent meetings are NEW MACHINERY Tractor mounted sweep rakes. Flare wagon boxes. Air compressors. Wood and steel stock tanks. Manure loaders. Used Machinery Mowers, sweep rakes, Hammermills, manure loaders. Complete service for Allis Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey-Harris machines. We are equipped to put liquid weight in your tires. Bring your tires in for FIRESTONE FACTORY RECAPPING. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa GOVERNOR'S DAY AND WATER CARNIVAL CLEAR LAKE. IOWA THREE THRILLING PERFORMANCES FEATURING THE FINEST TALENT IN THE MID-WEST Fill., SAT., 8U> T ., AUGUST 8, 4, and 5 IN FRONT OF SEA WALL Family Day, August 4—Bring family and picnic in Ihe park. WATER FRONT PROGRAM—Friday, Saturday and Sunday. YACHT RACES—Breath-Taking boat rides. Larry Griswold. "Clown Prince of Aqualania,". Venetian Boat Parade Saturday and Sunday Evenings—All- American Aqua Quartette, 4 beautiul and talented swim stars Snider's Bears, one of the Finest Circus Acts in Ihe country Frank Rande & Co., Novelty Balancing Act. The Dancing Debutantes, five delightful Delovlies in Songs and Dances you will remember. Bleachers on the Lakefront — Giant Midway with plenty of rides and sideshows — Boating — Name bands for dancing at the Surf Ballroom Saturday and Sunday evenings — Address by Gov. Robert Blue Sunday afternoon. Sponsored by CLEAR LAKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE than ten clays' notice n mailed to each stockholder having voting privileges at such time and place as the board of directors shall fix and determine. Until the first annual meeting of. the stockholders in 1946 the following persons shall constitute thc directors of the corporation: H. , ice BilsboroUghf II LI AJi iaw*'**-'»-»e3! • * *«• ii kins, A. R. Willrett; JWry Heetland; M. ,W Woltz; Homer bodds. Until the first annual meeting of thc stockholders the following persons shall constitute the nfficcrs of the corporation: President: Wayne Keith'; Vice- HUGH M. BLACK * TUESDAY, JULY 3,,,, retnry: Hugh M 131,,,. urer: H. L. Dreenman , The private property , stockholders of u£ ly °(| is exempt from the dohiK" corporation. KOSSUTH COUNTY .i'l SUPPLY C(W'ANV P< 1 •";; WAYNE Attest: President: Floyd T. /Bode; JSec- Secretary Now meet one of America's supcr-pcdcstriansl (See story above, from facts given in "A Tramp Across the Continent" by C. F. Lununis.) CHARLES F. Luxura was a hard man, and the harder the going, the better he liked it, On September 12,1884, he set out from Cincinnati on a roundabout walk that ended I February 1,1885, in Los Angeles. 3507 miles in 143 days! On his best day he •covered 79 miles. He cured blisters by walking on them. He broke his arm, set if I himself, then walked 30 consecutive houis | . through the snow-bound Rocky :,' ; ; ' Mountains. Mr. Lummia enjoyed walking great ,-i:'„ distances. Most people don't. Yet ; | tens of thousands are walking whether they like it or not .. . motorists whose cars have worn out. ,How about your car;:. is it getting.:] the special professional attention that can check wear? Don't take chances ... use your Standard Oil Dealer's Better Car Care Service now. Keep your cor running stronger...longer! STANDARD OIL DEALERS' BETTER CAR CARE STANDARD SERVICE i Buy mm Wiri., Bomb pllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllM 200 A. Well Improved Farm FOR SALE IN UNION TOWNSHIP NE half of Sec. 10, NVV quarter of NW quarter Sec. 11, known as the Tjatlen fnrin, -very reasonably priced. KOBUS TJADEN, Titonka Are your fuel bill* going to go up> up f up in order $6 maintain warm comfprt in your home. Not if you have your home properly insulated. And that insulating job should be done right now! 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