Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 14, 1945
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PAGE SIX WOUNDED FOUR TIMES LEDYARD i YOUTH IS HOME i Leclyard, Aug. 1—2cl-Lt. Glenn Dyer came home Tuesday on a 30-day furlough, his first leave m three years, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dyer. Glenn just returned from two years overseas, having served in the Italian campaign, in France and in Germany. He was wounded four times and hospitalized three times. He has been awarded the Purple Heart with two clusters and the combat infantryman's badge. i After his furlough Glenn will go to Fort McClellan. Ala., a replacement center. He has suffi- i cient points for discharge but being an officer will not be discharged. Group io the Okobojis— Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, of Radcliffe, came Wednesday evening to visit at the Wiemer -home. On Thursday she acco7noanied Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, and Craig and Dianna, and Mrs. Wie- j mer's niece. Sally Williams. Clin- i ton, and Geraldine Manthei to' the Okobojis. Mrs. Anderson will visit Mrs. Estella Wiemer, Holly- i wood, who is vacationing at her , summer home on Okoboji. The Wiemers have a cottage for the week. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA At the Fair News Briefs from Fenton Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. I and Mrs. Clarence Yager and I boys, DCS Mtiines, and Mr. and Mrs. George Yager were last' week Monday evening dinner Riterfts at C. F. Wagoner's. LnVonne Newel, who has been ', employed in Madison, Wis., two' months, returned to Fenton last j week Tuesday. She will spend: the remainder of the summer at the home of her parents, the C. [ H. Newels. | Edith Laage, Mrs. J. A. j Schwartz, and Betty Jean, were j entertained by Ruth and Esther j Hodgson, Hurt, Wednesday even- • ing. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager j and boys, Des Moines, and Mr. I and Mrs. Weber Yager were guests at Cecil Bailey's last week' Monday. j Lt. Hershal Hartman has re- j turned from overseas and is spending a furlouph with his! wife at Ringsted, and his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. John Hartman. i Eunice Johnson completed a secretarial course-at the Hamilton school of commerce at Mason City last Wednesday, and came to spend a few days at E. K. Johnson's. Friday Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, and Barbara.took Eunice to Mason City, where she left on the Rorket for Little Rock, Ark. She will visit there and also seek employment for a few weeks. T.-5 and Mrs. Carrol Wandsr and Philip II came Sunday to spend two weeks at the parental Philip Wander's'. T.-5 Wander has returned from overseas for a 30-day furlough. The Wanders formerly lived in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager nnd boys, of Des Moines, Mrs. Cecil Bailey and La Vonne, SVn- eca, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yager surprised Mrs. George Yager Friday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. Lunch was brought by the guests. Five io Grant WSCS— Mrs. N. A. Pingel, Mrs. D. A. I Carpenter. Mrs. E. T. Halvorson,! Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, and Mrs.! Wilson Brack attended the Grant Methodist W. S. C. S. at the j home of Mrs. V. A. Barrett > Wednesday. It was the annual thank offering service and Miss, Bacon, who for years was a mis- ! sionary in India, but who now lives with her sister at Granada, ; was the speaker. • Capt. George Webb, who ap-1 pears at ihe Fair August 291 makes Ihe very highest head foremost dive inlo ihe smallest i net of any diver in Ihe world.' The Captain will send chills up j your spine when you see his sensational act at your fair this i year WEBB is without a doubt; ihe only man in ihe world io do : such a high dive into such a! small net. Marvin Lloyd Discharged— Pfc. Marvin Lloyd returned home Wednesday from overseas after 212 years across. He was in the signal corps and served in the African campaign, then in Belgium, Italy, and was last in France. He has'received his discharge on points, and will be able to remain at home. $42 COLLECTED AT WESLEY FOR BUDDY BOXES LEDYARD YOUTH IS MARRIED AT SPOKANE.WASH. Ledyard, Aug. 12—Eleanore Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Youngberg, Sioux City, and Cpl. Duane Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson, Ledyard, were married July 28 at the First Presbyterian church, Spokane, Wash. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Paul" Calhoun. The bride wore a white street- length dress, hat. and gloves with blue accessories and had a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Robert Hammerquist, Spokane, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a gabardine dress with rose accessories and had a corsage of gardenias and rosebuds. The bridegroom was attended by Lieutenant Hammerquist. Mrs. Thompson attended school at Morninpside, Sioux City, and has been doing 'secretarial work for General Electric at Sioux City. Corporal Thompson was graduated from the Ledyard high school. He later attended Morn-' ingside college but before graduation he enlisted in the army and has been in service two and one- half years. Following the wedding a luncheon was served at the home of Lieutenant ancT Mrs. Hammerquist. Other guests included Corporal and Mrs. Jack Kelly, Giegerfield, an instructor where Duane attends school. They are now at home at West Minister Apartments in Spokane. Wesley, Aug. 12—The United .- .Service Women hold a regular, Other Ledyard >eus. | meeting Thursday evening with! Thursday afternoon Mrs. Glenn ; a gooc j attendance. Servers were \ Methodist W^ S h p StC g S Th ~° the Mrs. J. M. Kunz, Mildred Fox,' gram was led by Mrs. Edward Mrs - A1 Wagner, and Mrs. Urban- 1 Halvorson, assisted by Mrs. Ed. i Nc-uroth. | Looft, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, and 1 ,. K was reported that $42 had no ; Mrs'.'D. B. Mayer. i Iar beon donated by local organ- Bertha Solberg, of Ringsted,! izations for Buddy Boxes, the visited Wednesday at D B May-! Christmas boxes from the home er's. ; Thursday she and Lois'£ lks - Mrs. J. M. Kunz, Mrs. Etler,: of Gushing, were guests of Tom McMahon, Mrs. L. L. Pfef- Lillian Kvamsdale, near Swea i fer - Mrs - Esther Skow, Mrs. Fred City. All three girls were teach-1 Haack, Mrs. Fred Diekman, Liters here last year. I cl "° Hirner, and Beatrice Hfid- Mrs. Harry Schroedcr and Dar- ! m;m are the committee appointed lene and Patty Matzenor were ior the boxes, and they will be Elmore visitors Friday. The girls! wl ' a PP ed and addressed at the were having dental work done. | October 11 meeting. Mrs. August Sprank went toL. Mrs - A ' J " R 'fiSs, Mrs. Esther Swea City Wednesday to spend a \ bkow > and Mrs. Viola Studer few days with her daughter, wel ,' e ^ kod lo 9 btam tho names Mrs. Wm. Wenzel. an " addresses of the service men Mr and Mrs E A Carpenter and women from the local returned Thursday evening from Church .honor rolls. Relatives of a week at Olin with Mrs. Car-' tho boys and girls are asked i.o penter's parents tui ' n m ^" e latest addresses the Glenn Yahnke went to Omaha last wook in September. The one day last week and drove i women aro a]so asking for heavy week with their sister, Lois Hildman, Mason City. Mrs. Hildman, Kenneth, Joyce, and Beatrice , Hildman accompanied Aired' Hildman to Mason City Wednes- : day. ' | The Catholic Missionary society held a regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lee I Goetx and Mrs. Urban Lickteig I were hostesses. The next meet- i ! ing will be Wednesday after- i noon, August 29. i Mary Lou Haverly and sister, I Mrs. (June) Bud Hauptman, re- I turned .home from Des Moines , Tuesday. Mary Lou had attend! ed the A. I. B. business college i and Juno was employed as sales, lady. 1 Lou Vitzthum and his friend, ! Kathryn Francis, of Pontiac, 111., came last week Tuesday to visit at his parental George Vitzthum's. Helen Reno went to Chicago Friday evening to visit her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lyons, a week. Bud Hauptman is expected home on furlough from Indiana NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Notice is horoby givon of the incorporation - of the Kossuth County Farm Supply Company, with its principal place of business at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. The general nature of said corporation's business is to purchase, manufacture, ~ compound, process, market, sell and distribute to and for its stockholders fertilizer, paints, seeds, serum, farm machinery, farm supplies or any product or by-product which may be produced, processed or manufactured from agriculturel 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 io $625.00 is Organization Stock, and 875 shares, par value $10.00 per share, amounting to $8,750.00, is 4% cumulative Preferred j Stock. The Membership Stock | may be issued to and owned on- ly 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 March 1st each year, and when he ceases to be a member in good standing of a County Farm Bureau of this state he ceases to bo eligible to own and hold said stock and is cancellable on tho books of the corporation. All dividends on Membership Stock are distributable on a patronage basis. The Organization Stock may be issued only ' to the County Farm Bureau of the county of the principal place of business of the corporation. No stock shall be issued unless and until the corporation has received 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 affairs of) the corporation are to be managed by a board of not less than five (5) nor more than twenty (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 be 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 person. The first regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the corporation is to be held in 1946 and all subsequent meetings are to be held annually thereafter at the principal place of business of the corporation upon not less than ten days' notice in writing 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 the directors of the corporation: Wayne Keith; Floyd T. Bode; Hugh M. Black; H. L. Dreesman; J. C. Skow; Eldon Shaw; Fred H. Brown; Albert Johnson; Maurice Bilsborough; Ronald Jenkins, A. R.-Willrett; Jerry Heetland; M. .W Wolt;:: Homer Dodds. Until the first annual meeting of the stockholders the following persons shall constitute the officers of the corporation: . President: Wayne Keith; VicePresident: Floyd T. Bode; Secretary: Hugh M. Black; Treasurer: H. L. Dreesman. The private property of the stockholders of the corporation • is exempt from the' debts of the corporation. KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM SUPPLY COMPANY 'By WAYNE KEITH President. Attest: HUGH M. BLACK Secretary 47-50 TUESDAY. AUG, „, HHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllliiiiiii' home a new truck. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack were business callers Friday. at Mason City LONG RESIDENT NEAR SEXTON DIES TUESDAY wrapping paper. Two dozen crocheted squares for the Afghan were turned in and 81 squares are needed. Mrs. Victor Loebig joined the organization. Servers at the next meeting will be Mrs. George Hildman, Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mrs. Theron Hansen, and Mrs. R. K. Richardson. The meetings are the soc- ond Thursday of the month. Sexton. Aug. 12—The Sexton community was greatly saddened ! Tuesday night by the death of a | long - time resident, William j Kirschbaum, at the home of his ' daughter, Mrs. Richard Carman, i southeast of town. He had been ill for a long time and is survived by his wife and eight children, most of whom were at his bedside. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley Saturday morning with burial in the Catholic cemetery there. Other Sexton \ews. Q. M. Charles I. Stratton, of the navy, and his wife, recently stationed at Boston, Mass., were last week Tuesday dinner guests at his grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise's, and his aunt Mrs. Drusie Noble's. Charles has been in the navy for eight years, and on the expiration of his 30-day leave he will report to Great Lakes for further training. The Sexton W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. Sim Bemis Thursday afternoon with a large crowd attending. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Neahring, north of Britt, August 23. Mrs. Maynard Nail, of Mason City, visited the last of the week with her sister, Mrs. August Kirschbaum. Mrs. Ella Hartley, Britt, visited several days last week at Soren Didriksen's. 4 Boy for Ivan Johnsons— A boy was born last week Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. This is their first child and the mother is the former Mildred Funnemark. Ivan is in the army and at a camp in Oklahoma, having been here on furlough several weeks ago. Is Home on Furlough— . Sgt. Fred Diekman Jr. came Wednesday morning to spend a two weeks furlough at his, parental Fred Diekman's. He is stationed at Santa Ana, Calif., following several years service in the Pacific war zone. Robert Diekman is at Fort Orel, Calif, Has Pre-Induction Exam— Don Haverly went to Fort Snelling, Minn., last week Tuesday for his pre-induction physical examination. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Sisters' Shower Dated— The Sisters' shower will beheld in the Catholic parish hall Wednesday evening, August 22. A pot luck lunch will be served. Other Wesley \ews. Kenneth and Joyce Hildman, son and daughter of the Tony Hildmans, spent several days last r*. Ledyard School Gets 2nd New Bus Ledvard, Aug. 12—Supt. and Mrs. Richard Brouwer and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner and three sons John, Dan, and Dennis, drove to Minneapolis a week ago Monday and brought home a new school bus. This is the second new one the school has bought this summer. MAKE ICE CREAM At home —Any flavor —Delicious —Smooth — No ico crystals —No cooking —No rewhipping—No scorched flavor —Easy — Inexpensive — 20 recipes in each 15« pkg. Please send Ihis ad for free full-tiie i ample offer, or buy from your grocer. LOtlBOIiDeRRiJ Brand Homemade Ice Cream STABILIZCR -eis HOWARD, tut uuwcitcoi, euir , ANNOUNCEMENTS ALGONA PUBLIC SCHOOLS PREPARE YOUR COAL BIN NO ' , i .-.'•. '•.'•• So You Can Have Coal-When You Need It In the near future coal will begin to roll. You have favored us I with your order under government regulation, and we appreciate it. To further give you service we would like to have you prepare your coal bin now so when the coal comes in we can put it right in and you will be assured of fuel this winter.. We must work fast and schedule deliveries. Those) whose bins are ready naturally will get coal first—so it is to your advantage to get your bin ready now. Then give us a ring at Phone No. 229 and we will put you on our delivery schedule. Don't delay, because the manpower shortage iij still with us and we m u s t work fast when the coal comes in,| F. S. NORTON 6-SON Algona, Iowa Phone 229 lllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllffl Kossuth Count I. n. ill. School opens, grades kindergarten to 12 inclusive, on Tuesday, September 4th, 8:30 a. in. junior-senior high school; 9:00 a. m. elementary grades Kindergarten will run half-day sessions starting Wednesday, September •5th. Enrollment Tuesday morning, September 4th. Districts for elementary grades—by buildings A. Third Wnrrt—All children, grades one to six Inclusive, who live east ol Xortli Wooster or east of South Phillips. B. Hrjant 1. All children, grades two to six inclusive, who live west or south of the above dividing line set for Third Ward. 2. All children, grade one, who live north of a line from West McGregor to Thorinston to State and ivest of North Wooster. 3. All children (Or. 1-0) living beyond city limits enroll at Bryant unless otherwise directed. C. First Grade, High School Building—Room No. 146. All children who live south of above live designated for Bryant first grade D. Kindergarten, High School Bulling, Room No. 145. Date of Enrollment A. For seventh grade students (or eighth grade not previously enrolled in local schools) at High School Building on Saturday morning September 1st at 9:00 a. m.—junior (study hall. B. For rural ninth grade students at High School Building on Friday August 24th at 8:00 p. m.—High School Auditorium. C. Enrollment for new high school students (grades 9 to 12) not previously enrolled in local schools at High School Principal's office, week beginning Monday, August 27th, preferably Monday or Tuesday. D. Enrollment for new elementary school students (grades 1 to G) not previously enrolled in local schools at Superintendent's office week <of Monday, August 27th, preferably Monday or Tuesday. Age Requirements A. For kindergarten—must be five years old on or before Dec. 15, 1945. B. For first grade—must be six years old on or before Dec. 15, 1945. Second-fHand Book Exchange. A. For books used Grades 9-12—turn in books for re-sale at Supt.'s office week of Monday, August 27th. 13. For bool's used Grades 7 and S—turn in books for re-sale at junior study hall—Saturday a. m., September 1st. C. For books used in Grades 1-G—turn in books for re-sale at Bryant office •— Tuesday a. m., September 4th. Office Hours Superintendents and High School Principal's offices in High School Building—Daily from 8:10 to 12 a. m. and 1:00 to 4:45 p. m. Telephone 205 OTTO B, LAING, .Superintendent. IV. \ VI. TWO BIG DAYS •' '. ' August 28-29 HUNDREDS OF LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCE EXHIBITS TUESDAY, AUGUST 28-^QNE DAY ONLY WLS NATIONAL BARN DANCE Afternoon and Evening WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29~-QNE DAY ONLY SENECA SADDLE CLUB and _>__ six BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS WM. T. COLLINS SHOW ON MIDWAY Plan to Both ^IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHH,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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