Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1945 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO. .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGQNA, IOWA TUESDAY. AUG. 7, Ben Franklin Store Algona, Iowa CURTAIN RODS Adjustable Metal Kirsch "Gold Seal" Quality 25c each TOWEL RACKS Metal White Enamel 24 ins. long 29c each SPECIAL WEDNESDAY August 8 At 1 O'clock P. M. 75 YARDS OF OIL CLOTH 43c Yard Limit 2£ yds. per family. No telephone or mail orders. No lay-away. No advance orders. Shock Oats for Burt Farmer with Broken Backi H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of AH Kinds Long: Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Men's and Boy's Work Socks Cotton Toweling 10 yds. NEIGHBORS DO QUICK JOB AT EDW. HOPPE'S Burt. August B — The Edw. Hoppcs. who live 2'^ miles nor- thwust or Burt. had good reason July 27 to be thankful, for good neighbors who between one and • p. m. cut ond shocked 45 acres of oat; for them. Mr. Hoppe was hurt in an acc- •<\c-r.' April 2nd. The seat on the tractor he was driving broke and he was thrown to the ground. 1 :.;'•:•.•:•! t-.< -n Algona hospital and later to Fort Dodge it was discovered his back had been broken in two places. He returned from the hospital May 4, and is bedfast at home in a cast Doctors say he will be in bod till October. Mr. Hoppe farmed 100 acres. A nephew Donald Hoppe is tending the farm fur him and two brothers, Henry, of Fairmont, and Verne, •if \Vhittemore, were assisted by Mrs. Hoppe's father, Lee Pehrson. and her brother Arthur in putting in the crops this spring. Men with tractors and binders who tok part in cutting and shocking the oats were Rudolph Wi]lrett, Siebolt, Behrends, ' ko- bert Ackerman, and William Madsen. Shockers were: David Lynch, "Chuck" Ramsey, Ralph and Walter Thompson, Albert Shaser, Roy Merron, Don- aid Weber, Arthur Person, Donald Hoppe, Eldon Johnson, Henry Hartwell, Ervin Wetzel, John Coady, William and Lyle Marlow, Ralph Johnson, Vern Hoppe, Howard, Charles and Willard Thompson. Milton Marlow, Arthur Phillips, Charles Hawks, Jos. Culbertson, John Mermyn, "aymo.nci, Noone, William Madsen Jr., and Donald Bierstedt. While the men were at work and aftarwnrds cold drinks were served to them, and lunch was served afterwards by Mrs. Hoppe, assisted by Mesdames Lee Person, Mildred Bonebrake, Ralph Thompson, and Ed'.vin Johnson. Business Student Honored— A week ago Sunday a group of relatives was entertained at the C. W. Reynolds home in honor of Carol Reynolds, who was at home from Des Moines, where he is a student at AIB. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. August Bollinger and the Werner Stren- chers, Algona, Wm. Bussie and his grandchildren, George. Patricia, and Ernest Bollinger, Avoca, Wis., Mrs. Belle Reynolds, and the Herman Bussies. On His Way! at the Rodeo 4 Days This Week tity president for the coming Year. Schwielert Birthday Honored— A week ago Sunday evening' Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained at dinner in honor of Mr. Sr-hwiftert's birthday Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drone. So'dier Visits at Fenton— Mrs. J. H. Schroeder returned i week ago Wednesday from Toman, Wis., where she had visited a few days with her daughter. Mi-*. Cflvin Kollasch. She went to Tomah with her nephew's wife, who went to get her husband, Lt. H. W. Hartman, who had just returned from Europe to Camp McCoy, and who came back with them to spend a 30- day furlough at Fenton. MISSION FEST DATED AUG. 12 FORLEDYARD Ledyard August 6—»The Evan- pelical and Reformed congregation, of' Ledyard, is busy planning for the observance of their annual Mission Festival Sunday AuHust 12. The Sunday School at 10 a. m. is to be addressed by Mrs. B. VanLierop, missionary from French West Africa. The church worship service at 11 will W. H. Vogel''took"her* as"far"asi' be conducted; by the Rev. Edw. Ames. Mrs. Mann, who is well i Mert!: of. Minnesota Lake, and along in the 80's, made the trip' the afternoon, service at 2:30 will ben in cnaree of the Rev. C. De- Hann, of Woden, and the Bev Mr. Van Lierop; The final sei> vice of the day at 8 p. m., will •be given entirely to the Revs ,Mr. and Mr",. VanLierop to shovjr pictures of their missionary work. There will be special music at each service, and the public is invited. Eighty, Makes Long Trip— Mrs. Ada Mann left Thursday for VanNuys, Calif., where she exjects to make her home near her son Frank, in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann and Mrs. alone. Ensign Going to Coasf— Ensign and Mrs. Wallace B. Officer Jr. arrived last week Monday from Cambridge, Mass., where he had been taking three months training in communications. He and his wife leave this week for San Francisco. Rebekah Pins Presented— Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman were presented with 25-year member pins at the Rebekah lodge meet- ins Thursday evening. Mrs. G. C. Giddings was installed as noble grand. Mrs. flr^oM H- 1 -- ?ren was elected district dep- NOTICE DRIVERS Motorists are reminded that automobiles must be parked in compliance with the painted markings. They are also admonished that double parking is a violation of the City Ordinances. Traffic regulations are in the interest of public safety and the police are being instructed to make arrests for violations. Frank Kohlhaas Mayor of the City of Algona. New L. R. Phone Girl- Mary Ann Gettman, who had he-en working in Mason City, came Tuesday for a visit with her parents. ^Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman;;Sheas.-'goirig;io woisk in the Lone Rock telephone office again. Trains al Great Lakes— ' ; Charles A: Curtis is receiving initial training at the Great Lakes training center. He is a son qf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curtis, and his wife and family are living in Burt during his absence. Five to Okobojis Camp— Richard Thompson, Donald Vlacauley, Joan McWhorter, M£r- ene Dremmel, arid Marilyn Trunkhill spent last week at' a Presbyterian Young Peoples camp at the Okobojis. Birthday is Celebrated— In honor of E. P. Fredrickson's birthday the J. L. Millers. W. W. RoeUchers, G. H. McMullens, and Frerlericksons had a party at the W. J. Lockwood home last week Tuesday evening. To Entertain Alqona Women— The Ladies Bible class of the Alfona Congregational church will meet with Mrs. Chris E. Knudsen near Burt Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clark Scuffham assisting hostess. Visit From Former Pastor— Mrs. L. W. Wiemer went to he Okobojis a week apo Monday nd attended the Bible conference. ; She stayed with the Re\l nd Mp^H. E. Harvey, of Klerpi me, who were here in 1935. The Graduated at Great Lakes— Harry Eupene Hansen, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Hansen was recently graduated from a bnsic engineering course at the Great Lakes navy training station. Other Hurt Mrs. Minnie Dearch, Glendale Calif., and Mrs. Nellie Keepers Creswell, Ore., spent from Friday to Sunday a week ago at the home of their sister, Mrs. Guy D. Graham. Sunday the Kenneth and Glenn Graham families and the John Emmerts, Mason City and the Alvin Keepers, Cylin der, also spent the day at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vinaas. Au rora, 111., spent last week with his mother, Mrs. Anna Vinaas and son Lloyd. They left Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Priest Washington, D. C., came las Wednesday to spent a week a the home of her parents, Mr. am Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. Mr. Pries is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, thf W. W. Boetcher family, and Jim my Sauerman attended a Legion baseball tournament at Masor City Thursday. Billy Boettche nlays with the Bancroft team The Boettchers also attendee Friday. Mrs. Paul Olson and childrer returned last week Monday fron Redfield, S. D., where they hac spent nearly two months. Mr Olson's people live at Redfield find Mrs. Olson has a sister liv ing there. Mr. Olson is in thi navy. Mrr,. Dale Dickmeyer, Corwith spent last week with her hus bund's parents, Me. and Mrs. E L. Dickmeyer. She recently re turned from Texas, where he husband was stationed. Mrs. L. R. Daniels, Mrs. Clif- •larveys and Mrs. Wiemer re- urned to Ledyard Thursday and vere dinner guests at the D. B. rtayer home. After spending the night at the Wiemer home the larveys returned to their home n Klemme Friday. An. Bashara Loses Father— Charles Bashara returned last week Tuesday night from Rugby, y. D., where he had gone to at- rnother, Mrs. Mary Strake, of Declo, Idaho, had died suddenly ( the preceding Sunday evening. The message was so long in arriving that she was not able to go for the funeral. No Methodist There will be no services the Methodist chruch next Sunday as the Rev. and Mrs. Cass will be on their vacation. mu " at „ _ end "the" funeral" of Mrs7 Bash- left Sunday afternoon to ara's father, A. Munyer. Mrs. their parents at Fayette. Bashara stayed to be with her mother this week. Tuesday even- ng Mr. Bashara went to Armstrong and got Rosalyn, who had jeen staying with her aunt dur- ng her parents "absence. Reunion Honors Lieutenant— 2nd Lieut. Donald Looft came ast week Tuesday from Ft. Bel-- voir, Va., to spend a 10-day fur- 1 "ough with his parents, Mr. and ] . visit Girl to Eye Clinic- Mr, and Mrs. Howard Jensen went to Mankato last week Monday to have their daughter Jeanette go through the clinic to have her eyes examined. Otlicr Ledynrd Sews. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halvorsan relumed home last week Tuesday evening from" Duluth, whef-e Dr. J. P. Herris announces the opening of his offices on tfrs. Edward Looft. On his way they had been called by the ser- lere he spent a day with his sis- .er. Mrs. C. L. Weed, in Chicago. Friday evening a reunion of the Looft and Knoner families was held at Edw. Looft's in his honor. Schoolgirl's Arm Broken— Barbara Mayer, . 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B; Mayer fell Tuesday evening at play on the school grounds and ious illness of Mr. Halvorson's brother. Mrs. Glen Burrows and Melva and Mr. D. B. Mayer visited at the C. O. Anderson home in Swea City last week Tuesday afternoon. The WSCS will be entertained in the Methodist chucrh base- m'ent Thursday with Mrs Glenn Burrows as hostess. Mr. and rMs. W, E. Flynn left broke the large bone in her left j Thursday morning on' a short arm just above the wrist. She business trip. They also visited was taken to Bancroft, where x- rays were taken, and was put in a cast. her arm Mother Mrs. Welfare Dies- Mrs. Jack. Welfare received word last week Tuesday that her Esther Green on her birthday. relatives at Dike. . Oliver Marquis and son Roy attended funerals of two relatives in Blue Earth last week. Thursday afternoon a group of neighbors pleasantly surprised ord Holding and sons, Mary latherine Allen, and Mrs. Don Id Kienitz spent a week ago Triday at the Elmer Kienitz lome ,in Lakota. -Eva'. Mae Eggerth Swea City, and Gladys Ann Smith, Titonka, pent the, weekend of July 2!) ith Barbara Thompson. Ths iris were 1 fellow students at Du- uipue university. Mrs. Clifford Schrader spent a week ago Sunday with her sis- er, Mrs. Ernest Halsted, at Em- rnetsburg. She went over with he Emil Hasses, who visited the Julius H.eiders. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson and daughter Arleen attended the wedding of Robert Nelson and Grace Ergan at the Evangelical church in Renwick a week ago Sunday. Mary Katherine Allen, who works in Algona, spent last week at the homes of her grandmother, Mrs. L. R. Daniels, ; and her aunt, Mrs. Clifford' Holding. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Frederick- spn and son Jim, and,Jack McMullen spent a week ago Sunday at the Melvin Schuneman home at Spirit Lake. '. George, Patricia, and "Ernest Bollinger, Avoca, Wis., are visiting three weeks with their uncle •jnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs.'Herman Bussie. Mrs. W. J; Lockwood, Mrs E. P. Frederickson, Mrs. J. L. Miller, and Mrs. G. H.V McMullen were Estherville visitors Friday. Myrtle Schwietert, Des Moines, visited a week ago Saturady and Sunday with, her parents, Mr. md Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Mrs. Petra Larson spent most of last week at the Methodist •afp at Spirit Lake. She was the >*enst of Mrs. Fred -Chase. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman returned i week ago Monday .frpm Green 3ay, Wis., where she- Had spent i month with her husband. Mary Peters, Elgin; 111., teach>i; arrived Friday for a few veeks vacation with her parents, VIr. and Mrs. W, A: Peters.' Mrs. James Ollorh, - Mrs." Ed. Weiske, and Mrs. Harpld.- Stew- ird and children s'pen,t Thurs- lay in Mason City. ; Mrs. Harold Angus; 5 wh'o has 'leen visiting a sister at San Diego, Calif., returned ly>me the 'irst of this week. -*-irA Helen Beresford,. vVJj»ioi), .spent i few days last wee.k .y/ith her randmother, Mrs." Elizabeth Patterson. Marian Cooley, Mitchell, S. D., lame last week Tuesday to visit it the F. L. Pratt's. Kenneth Teener, Algona, spent 'ast week with his cousin, John Teeter. The Sewing Circle met with Mrs. Chris Bolie Friday afternoon. The U and I circle meets Tuesday with Mrs. M. : J. Cunningham. The Bid or Bye_,bridge.-club met Thursday at" "MrsTTScT'KTen- .ues. WANTED! Dodge and Plymouth Dealer for Bancroft and vicinity. Monday, August 13 at 9 J / 2 North Dodge Street, Haggard & Peterson Bld$, Rooms 13 and 15 Algona, Iowa FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY The telephone is in the «ght FROM FACTORY, powder plant, tank maker, shipbuilder, airplane factory—where thousands of telephones give swift communication within the plant and worldwide contact with every other part of the war activity... TO FOXHOLE on the front lines. As out fighting men move into enemy-held positions, the communications forces step right along with them—fanning out communications between headquarters and firing lines. It takes a lot of telephone material and equipment! or Asher Motor Co. Phone 273 Spencer, Iowa WAR NEEDS COME FIRSTI It's a long hard way to Tokyo and naturally. oiir first job is to give war industry and the armed services everything they need—right down to the last foot of wire—and we know that's the way you want it. With what little is left over; we are doing the best we can to take care of all others. If you are now waiting for a telephone, you may be sure we are doing everything possible to serve you as soon as we can. In tne meantime, thanks for your patience. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Come on over...Have a Coca-Cola ...an easy way to be neighborly The kids play together. The families know each ether. That's your American neighborhood. At the words Have a Coke, they like to get together for a friendly chat and refreshment. That's one reason why you find Coca-Cola in so many family refrigerators everywhere. Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes, BOTTIED UNDER AUTHOiITt Qf THS COCA-COIA COMPAH* |Y MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Humboidt. Iowa • Yo« naturally bear C«««-C«1» [ called by }t* friendly abbjwviatfs* I "Coke". Both mew tfc) <}H*ltty pw* utt c/.TJM» Cow-Gala &>»P*W • Q 1945 Th» 9-C

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