Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 14, 1945
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Refrigerator Service I am m-11 o<|iiiji[U'il In sonico ticfritrcriilors P. C. STONE 74 7- AI iron a tf Lei Cowan do the Complete Job Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK FOR A FREK ESTIMATE You may buy on our convenient monthly payment plan if desired. Cowan's can give you a complete' job of repair and remodeling and insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co. A LOON A, IOWA Coast-to-Coast Store August Sale CHILD'S IIKJIF t'HAIU 7.95 BooxKi, r>r»0xi7 TIRE RKLINKRS 1.98 AUTO BATTERIKS 6.-volt, 4ij plate 5.95 Exchange SCOOP SHOVELS No. 12 and 14 1.89 HOT SHOT IJATTEIMKS G-volt i. ELECTRIC I'MXCi: CHARUKRS G-volt 9.95 HAR\ I'AINT .">-t,'iilion cans 1.35 Gallon TI'KKS CAR FLOOR HATS All Rulilier Full. Hacks 2.49 f> I) RAW MRS CHEST I'ni'inishcd 15.95 MODEL A SEAT COVERS * 5.95 METAL ROM) KOXES 1.49 EL EC. MOTORS. 1 h. ]». ;: | h. ]). HAMMEHMILL BELTS 34.50 HEDKOOM S17ITES Special 69.95 UABV CARRIAGE All metal 15.95 HAHV BEDS Mupht, complete with 19.95 HCMPER CAR JACKS •l,>-Voll H. BATTERY Heavy Duty 1.98 TIRE IM'Ml'S 2.49 7r>0x20 TRl'CK TIRES (Jnidc 1 59.95 Plus F<M|. lax ferlifiente <;<Wxl« TIHKS Unule I 13.95 45-volt U-WATTKKIES Heavy Duty 1.98 2(i.2l2:> HIKE TIRKS 1.79 TRACTOR CHAINS •' 30.50 COACH TRONT SKAT COVERS All makes of oars Coast-to-Coast Store TWINS TO OPEN BEAUTY PARLOR ATBURTSOON Bart, Aug. 12—Donald Mitchell hns hepun work on the Thomp[ son building preparatory to moving his electric business into it. ! A partition is being put in so the back part can be used for a work room. Part of the front room will be partitioned off and used for a beauty parlor. Lila and Eileen Geesman, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geesman, will operate the beauty Dhop. They re- rently graduated from a course in beauty culture at Mason City. They expect to be open for business about September 1. Three Service Sons Horn*— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas recently had their three sons, who are in the service, all home at the same time. A week ago Sunday a family gathering was held at the Baas home in their honor. BM2c. Melvin Baas left a week ago Monday for San Diego, Calif. T4 Wilburt Baas returned to Camp Ouster, Mich., a week ago Sunday and from there expected to be sent to Camp Claiborne. Corporal Veryl Dean Baas left last week Tuesday for Elgin Field, Fla. Soldier, Wife in Visit- Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Phillips spent. Thursday night at the J. P. Trunkhill home. They were returning from North Carolina to the 'homes of their parents at i-'rankiort and Philip, S. D. Mr. Phillips had just received his discharge after serving four years in the army. To Convalescent Camp— Pi'c. Roland Chafee has been transferred from the Shick hospital at Clinton to Camp Carson, j Colo., a convalescent camp. He had spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cha- i'ee, and was transferred Wednesday. Auglist 28 at the Fair .TUESDAY, AUG, 14, weeks furlough with Mrs. Neville's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler, and with Mr. Neville's relatives in Algona. Former Pastor Here Calls— The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Cherokee, former pastor oi the Lu- Verne Methodist church, called on friends here Thursday. He is now pastor at Cherokee. The WLS National Barn Dance, which is broadcast every Saturday night from Chicago, is coming to the Kossuth Fair August 28 for, performances. It brings some of the most popular WLS stars in person in what is described as a fun-packed jamboree of music, comedy, and song. i. , • . .,• ..;• . Headlined in the,big cast is the very popular and versatile team. Lulu Belle and'Scolly, who have been favorites with radio, audiences ever since they came up from the mounlainlands of North Carolina, and were given a tryout performance on the WLS Barn Dance. They did j not 'come together, however, and neither knew the other until they.'rtttt on this program. In less than a year they -were married and they !?ire now the parents of two adorable children. ! Sergeant, Family in Visit— | Sgt. and Mrs. Glenn Gregory ! and baby recently came from j Waldron, Ind., for a visit with , Mrs. Gregory's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Bert Godden. The other j daughter, Mrs. Ruby Godden, of j Des Moines, also spent the weekend at the Godden 'home. a visit at the H. O. Buell home.' They were on their.way to Peterson, where they own a 'farm. Mrs. i Branch is a sister 1 of Mr. Buell.! Mrs. P. N. Sarchet and Mrs. G. \ J. F. Vogel spent Friday at the L. H. Schenck home, • where their j old friend, Mrs. Sadie Schenck,'! Minneapolis, was visiting her son \ and family. j •Mrs. Kirby J. Smith Jr., Huron,' S. D., left last week Monday for Clear Lake after a .weekend visit at the home of her husband's'; parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. i Smith. .- .., : j Mrs. Laurence Stainbrook and three d a u g h t errs , returned "Blue Earth, OFFICERS FOR LEGION POST AT LU VERNE NAMED Ex-Pastor in a Visit— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Nemaha, spent Tuesday \ night at the C. B. Chipman home. i They had been visiting their son Lu Verne, Aug. 12—The Ernest Merkle Post of the Legion mi;t Tuesday evening in the Legion hall with Commander Walter Engel in charge. Election of officers was held at this meeting and officers elected for the _ year were Commander, Walter W. Engel; vice, Carl Swanson; adjutant, Cecil B. Huff; finance offi- Wednesday from Minn,, where they had spent a cer, Harold H. Phillips; service month with Mrs. StSinbrook's officer, Arthur W. Dimler; chap- parents. r> ..•;.••• '" ' — Jack McMullen returned i lain, Erhart Meyer; sgt. at arms, last Nels C. Jensen; and historian, Tuesday from Fort Dodge, where Arthur W. Riley. On the refreshments committee were Edward Pei'ftande, Richard Wegner, and he had spent with Clayton a couple of days ; Johnson Jr. Clay-' Bruce at New Richland, Wis. The j ton had spent the weekend with Fred Goetsch. Lunch was served Rev. Clifton was pastor of the Jack. Burt Methodist church from 1929' to 1933. at j the close of the meeting by •" - .;H. L. Sauerman' arriv'fe4:>j^j'da^ i ',^ arles Kwallek and Art Riley Green Bay, Wis., fo? a visit' at the Albert Staehle. horned- His wife and son have been .spending most of the sumrrjer here. Omaha Pastor to Speck— The Rev. Levi Williams, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian! Mrs . Milo Brown and Mr. and church at Omaha, Neb, will Mrs . Leo Brown, 'Garner, and preach at the local Presbyterian j Mrs . M . M- Chipman, Marshall- August 19 and ^e-.town, visited at the Chipman home a week ago Sunday. Helen Graham returned church on August 19 There -v/as no service church last Sunday. Other Lu Verne Pfc. and Mrs. Fred Pfeiffer left Thursday for Sac City to spend a few days visiting his mother and other relatives. They spent several days here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler Pfc. Pfeifer is stationed at Jamp Clark, Mo., with the army. Mrs. Pfeiffer is the former Shirley Dimler. Mrs. Robert Bierma and Kerry have moved into the Lichty apartments. Mrs. Bierma, the former Betty Trauger, will manage the theater that her father recently purchased. . The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Joan and Dean, returned home Thursday from the Okobo- jis, where they had spent two weeks attending a Methodist Bible Institute. There will be no meeting of the W. S. C. S. this month as the society is on vacation. The regular monthly meeting will be held in September, however. Phyllis Lichty, Mason City, spent this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. Phyllis is employed as a stenographer in Mason City. Mr. ancT Mrs. Ralph Lawrence, Fort Dodge, spent a few days here visiting friends. The Lawrences are former Lu Verne residents. Ethel Kubly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly, Goldfield, spent several days visiting at Peter Ru berg's. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty and Phyllis spent a few days vacation in Des Moines visiting with friends. Clair Nelson, of the navy, is spending a short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson. Tomorrow's Hearing Aid Today Maicos research in the development and mnnuf.i-tur Medical Electronic Instruments for the Armed Forces* °' Medical profession enables them fo nreaent tomorrow'.- u 61 " 1 ing nid today. " hoai ' New materials developed during the war, morn moi-iu r sistant, new mounting of microphone and other nnrl-i'onVv' her, make the instrument more cruiet ns to casi>—cord—a j Plus control of sound through lhn ' ,. nd Small—compact—oasy 1 0 W nar clothing noise, conversational range. Attend Special Dcmomlralibn Hotel Algona ' Aloona W Tuesday, August 7.1 Hours: 9:00 a. m—5:00 n.'tn If unable to attend demonstration, write for free booklet a A information a Maico of Des Moines 630 Des Moinos Bldg. Paul Grout, Manager Des ,Moinos, i owa ' at the Hurt Girl Will Teach— Caroline Haase returned Thursday from Iowa City, where she had attended summer school, bhe will teach 7th and 8th grades at Allison this year. Eva Whitney is Ill- Eva Whitney, who has been in very poor health for some time, has been confined to her bed for the past week or two. Girls, Boys Detasseling— Many Burt boys and girls have been detasseling corn at the Pioneer plant the past week or two. Other Burt News. home Thursday from a' cojLple inontl^s'^ Visit with a sister-•''at 'Trenton, and with a brother and other relatives in Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut took his mother, Mrs. Wm. Rachut, to Cemetery Assn. Picnicks— The Cemetery association met Thursday afternoon at the country -home of Mrs. Ervin Barton president,' for a picnic. Many attended and an enjoyable time was had. The entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Henry Pergande. The group happy birthday to one of oldest members, Mrs. Emma Voss, who celebrated her 85th birthday August 11. The next meeting will be at the city hall on September 13. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Gus Manly last week Tuesday. She Baessler, Mrs.'Fred""Baumg"artner" had spent about six weeks here, and Mrs. Guy Benedict. Mrs. Jess — -- Kelly, Mrs. Dugan, Mrs. James Ralph Dugan, and Mrs. O. H. Graham were Fort Dodge visitors last Wednesday. Lillian Bredeson returned to her home at Lake Mills last week Monday, after a 10-day visit at the Fred Lavrenz home. Gene Geilenfeld is getting around on crutches, having in- Presbyterian Group Meets— The Presbyterian Association met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Walter Engel's with a large attendance. The leader for the afternoon was Mrs. Guy Trauger, and the topic was Preparation for the Future. After the business meeting and lesson period Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert! jured his leg while playing base- tne Afternoon was spent socially. 1 " ' ' Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. spent last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Melvin Hunt, Dolliver. The Hunts spent i Sunday here and the Sshwieterts j wont home with them. The Mar- I vin Millers, Seneca, and Mrs. Vernel Hardgrove and children also spent that Sunday at the ! Schwietert home. i A week ago Sunday Mr. and I Mrs. Earl Nester, Worthington, I Minn., and Capt. and Mrs. Ronald ; Elvidge and sons were dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. i Marian Cooley, Mitchell, S. D., I was also present. She spent a 1 week with the Pratls and re- j turned home last week Tuesday. Captain and Mrs. Ronald El- ball a couple of weeks ago. The D. L. McDonalds, who were visiting in Algona, were luncheon guests Wednesday at the C. C. Smith home, i ' •' | Dennise Hammerstrom is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and THE $64 QUESTIONS— WHEN WILL STALIN REACH BERLIN AND WHEN WILL THE MARINES TAKE TOKIO? Another question, and a vital one, is what kind of minerals to feed the brood sow and her litter to supply our armies with food. The proof of the pudding is to ask your neighbor about results from my minerals. Also ask your railroad agent, and you will find that four out ot five bags of mineral shipped to points in Kossuth and Humboldt counties are the Walnut Grove Product. Do as the most successful hog men have done for years —leed Walnut Grove Minerals. H. S. FAIN Humboldt Phone 297-M. eow-tf 6ef Dependable GOOD/YEAR Extra-Mileage RECAPPING NO CIRTIFICATI NIIDED! fie tale . . . save fiiesl Let us make your old tires "like new" with long-lasting, non- ckid Goodyear tread designs for thousands ot ext-ra sola miles. Costs llttlo , f . no ted tape! LOANER TIRES FREE! $6.70 24-HOUR SERVICE i^V^^HHHHfl^^^^^BI^H^^HW***^' •'•• v •• •"'' " ... wiy^pii^^TOjjjp?^^^^'^ "•"'-' • IATIO* Mrs. Ora Lounsberry, burg. Mrs. Estel Rentz -. attended a shower for a niece at Bricelyn, Minn, last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Alice Anderson, Bancroft, came Wednesday for a few days visit at the L. H. Schenck home. The T. N. T. celebrated Mrs. W. W. Boettcher's birthday at her Two Take Examinations— James Thorn and Maurice Laubenthal left from Algona Tuesday morning for Fort Snelling, i Emmets- Minn -> . for their pro-induction ex-' animations prior to entering the armed forces. Mr. Thorn is married and has two sons. Laubenthal is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Laubenthal. saves to Worthington, I home last week Monday evening. Gordon Dimler Discharged— Gordon Dimler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler, arrived home this week from Hot Springs, where he had received an honor-! able discharge from the army. ', vidge went „ . . _ .,. Minn., Friday where Mr. "and! The Rev. and Mrs. "Ferdinand Gordon, who was a German pris- Mrs. Earl Nester joined them and Reith were_Fort Dodge visitors a oner of war for 26 months, has went with them on a week's fish- .week ago Friday. The Busy Bee club was entering trip. The Elvidge children . . . stayed with their grandparents, i tained at the Lewis Scott home Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt during Friday afternoon. •• • • • • ""-- " ! " Four been in the army four years. their parents' absence. The Walter Campneys attended a family dinner at the O. A. ; Campney home near Algona a I week ago Sunday. Mr. Campi ney's brother and two cousins were at home on furlough after serving overseas and the gathering was in their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller arrived Tuesday from Los Angeles, Calif., to spend a week with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, and with relatives of Mrs. Miller at Titonka. She is the former Helen Krantz, of Titonka. Mrs. George Crawford and three children, who have been spending the summer.with Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. GVolentine planned to The Friendly F.pu.r club Thursday afternoon" with Mrs. Paul Dettman. •. Mrs. W.:J. Lockwood entertain^ ed the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. i Plane Plant Employe in Visit— Mrs. Merlin Baker, Los Ange- Ttiet les, Calif., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson. Mrs. Baker has been employed at the Lockheed Corporation in Los Angeles for several months. .She is the former Eleanor Nelson. UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES Of GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of gas I was afraid I'd burst. Spur, bitter substance rose up in my throat from my upset stomacl) after meals. I got SYS-TONE, pnd. it worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Waistline is way down now. A. u. vojennne plannea to ,e , %&£>**<£%$ 'Unis^ turn to Mason City the first of j actua i testimonia fi-om a man n Algona. Jas. Nevilles to Florida— Lieut, and Mrs. James Neville i and Diane left recently for Tarn- i pa, Fla., after spending a two: the week. Mr. Crawford is in the Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son John and Anna Meinzer visited Tuesday at the A. H. Meinzer home. They were returning from a week at Lake Okoboji Dodge. to their home in Fort Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch, of Oak Park, 111., came Friday for living right here SYS-TONE is the new formula containing medicinal juices from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act onj sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people ' soon feel differen': . don't go on suffering— Get Sys- Tone. Lusby & Store. all over. So GibsSi Drug LIFE STARTS TODAY! HOW 00 YOU MILT It U O. K. To til Vitamin* • Tonics Yotat* • Dieta Mid Abdomiail Support* 6|T ADLIIiKA TODAY! UM (vary »th.r day lor 10 d«yi ta4 nclfe* th. dlK.rtnc. I Try thl» 19-d<y UK.-MP 9f nature'! nutrltlea un« rt*rtl*f TOMORHQW WOHNING— UPON AHIIINCI Don'l O»ln, O* It T«««» *>* YMir BiutfUl | A D L E R I K A C4.VT1ON: VSB ONLY AS DJSSCTtD - — MONEY FUEL and Doctor Bills Protect your family and your pocketbook this winter! Insulation guards against cold air and drafts. Insulation keeps heat in your home. Pack your wall cracks, window openings, floors and ceilings with double • proof insulation for heat and health— and watch fuel bills melt each month. See us for complete details on the modern way to winter health and economy! FUEL will l»e short this winter, and the way to keep warm with fuel rationing 1* to have your home insulated now. Don't delay. Winter is not far away. Phone 275. Cowan Building Supply Company

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