Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 14, 1945
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MRS. HANSEN, A WAN OLDTIMER, PASSES SUNDAY Mrs Sena Hansen, 88, died at • He'r'hpme in the Dpan neighborhood iU 5:15 Sunday morning, 'following semi-invalidism of 35 years, and during the last two years of. which she had practic-, ally beert bedfast. During the long years of ailing health she | had been cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Tom Young. | ' Funeral scrivccs were held this afternoon at the home and the Methodist church, Titonka, in charge of the Rev. W. L. Patterson, pastor, with burial beside the grave of her husband in a family plot in the Buffalo township cemetery. Mrs. Hansen was born Inger Hansine Anderson June 15, 1857, at Humlc, Denmark, and when she was 27 years old she emigrated to tho United States, coming to Wright county to live with a brother near Goldficld. The year following, on Dec. 5, 5885, f-lie was married there to Chris Hansen, also a Danish immigrant.' They came to Kossuth in 1888 and lived a few years on thp farm now owned by John Sachau, east of Titonka. Fifty- one years ago they bought the farm near Doan, and spent the remainder of their lives there. Mr. Hanson, died suddenly in 1920, stricken by apoplexy on the street at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen became parents of five children: George und trnest, deceased; Mrs. Young; Erman and Andrew, both of Algona. She has one surviving brother. H. C. Anderson, of Windom, Minn., and there are 1.1 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.. Pall bearers are Clarence Christensen, Ross. Buffington, Louis Hansen, Henry Baada, (ieoree Peterson, and George Nelson. MARKSMAN BADGE FOR ALGONA BOY AT CAMP FANN1N Camp-Fannin, Tex., (Undated) —Pvt. Eugene Abbott, Algona, la., has been awarded an expert rifleman's badge for superior marksmanship at the infantry replacement training center here. Abbott has also been made ah acting squad leader. Member of Company C. 61st battalion, 13th training regiment, his leadership ability won quick recognition ,in basic training, and he now leads 12 men of his squad in field maneuvers. Abbott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Abbott, Boulder, Colo. " . * Titonka Girl Back at Job in Chicago Titonka, Aug. 13 — Harriet Schram, who had been home recuperating from an appendicitis operation, returned to Chicago Saturday night and expected to resume work Monday at the Douglas airplane plant, where she.!-'checked incoming and outgoing plant narts. A former teacher, 'at Milford she went to Chicago:' to -work, soon after the close of school in May. She is a daughter of. Supervisor and Mrs. Schram.: -«,'..,••• V ;i5TH CHILD BOHN. •' Burt, Aug.. 12—Mr. and Mrs. John Gifford are parents of an 11-Ib. daughter born Wednesday, Aug. 8. This is the 15th child for the Giffords, 14 of whom are living. The Giffords moved into Burt from the farm last spring. ST. JOE BOY HOME. St. Joe. Aug. 11—Cpl. Herbert J. Kayser, of the infantry, arrived Thursday from overseas on a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, He was brought to the States on the Queen Elizabeth. TO BAPTIST HOME. The Rev. Mr. Kittrell, pastor, will take Mrs Georce Hofius to Winnebaeo, Minn..Wednesday, to enter a Baptist old peoples home which has 40 Inmates. This is one of five such Baptist homes in Minnesota. Algonian Weds North Dakoian— ' Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walburg, West Fargo, N. D., and Richard L., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter, Algona, were married Wednesday at 5:30 p. m. at the Potter home here. The Rev. Luther H. Loesch, local Trinity Lutheran pastor, performed a single ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor-length dress of lime green crepe and carried a bouquet of yellow roses KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA project which was to complete an apportionment sent .by. a church board. A covered dish meal was served at noon, and the sewing session lasted all day. Theater Parly is Giyen— MAN TO work on farm; good tenant house; .^top wages.—Inquire at Advance. 15u49tf FOR SALE—TRAILER, 1944 Kozy coach, .three rooms, 24- Alta Wilmarth entertained at a ft.— Kenneth Dwryer, Humboldt, ' • 12p49 theater party Tuesday, followed 'phone 194-W.. by lunch at her home. Guests were were her sister; Mrs Maude AT *» SALE-BRED SOWS TO thur, and Dr. Esther Hull, Esther '. J a "?^ »"?»: £J> lack and Spot- Quinby, Maude Moore and Jo, re an o- hanna Mastebergen of the branch ° en> Lu Verne -summer school. ' "~~ ~ Tea for a Newlywed — Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and her China. — John Glie- .6*9-60 FOR SALE-^tWDfiRflfOQD and Sappa plums, fchane 1 7FI1 for order. Bring containers.—Clark A.A.O. >_. jj. iTiuiiagu HJIU nei /-,„,__ A !„_ "; , —. . ... ._ daughter Mrs. T. C. Hutchison °* ton « Algona.. >>< 15U49 SrFSy 'in ^tonor^ o!" £. ^L^wS ° HN< D ** E <*"> James R. Murtagh, the former Jane Bratton, Nevada, Mo. Family Parly for Birthday— Dr. F. L. Burgess was entertained by his family Sunday geant & Co. 12u40 MRS. G. L. CATLIN announces the opening of the Algona hotel dining room beginning Tuesday, Aug. 14. Breakfast will be served daily from 7 to 9 a. m. i FOR SALE—Bred sows, 2 to far- and dinner ,from 5:30 ( to 7:30 row Sept. 1. Black and Spotted daily except Saturday, When no Poland China.—John Glicden, Lu WANTED—2 MEN TO WORK in feed mill., Permanent. — Ser- dinner will be served, and on Verne.' Sunday dinner will be from 12 to 2 p. m. 4Uu4u 10p48-49 WE PAY THE MOST FOR USED WANTED—WOMEN 18 TO 25 ' years, to learn teleprinter, operating, transportation to telegraph school and pay while learning. Must be high school graduate, touch system.—Apply Western Union Telegraph Co. 1 30p49 TUESDAY, AUG. ^ CARD OF THANKS—Wo great- K PAY I'M*, ™«J?y y fc,,™ if fully acknowledge and thank cars and trucks and pickups. Hl n11i , ^ anv . ntt ; a hhnr s nnH frlnnrto you have one.for sale drive in or nvmv nciehbors and friends °«' ™"iy W™ Rock, phone 3509. '•FOR SALE ~ POLLED HERE- ford , bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—Pi'.M.'Christen- WE ARE OPEN-FOR BUSINESS ., —Come up and try one of our write or phone and we will come , „„,„,..,, ,,,„.:_„ t u_ rnrn ,,t ;n cold waves. We also have Jamaliout. As authorized OPA used car' sympathy dui.mg the recent ill- and Zotos, machinclcss, a full : dealers ;we can pay as much for j ness and death of our mother and line of cosmetics; also Parker your car as you can get selling grandmother. We also wish tp Herbex for hair and scalp.- it yourself to another private in-! thank the many fricn.ds who sent Twin-Co Beauty Salon over Bor-i dividual. We take care of all'flowers, cards and gifts to her chardt's, phone 5. - Manager' the red tape. NEW CARS ARE during her stay in Kossuth hos- June McMahon! operators, Ruby ' ON THE WAY—NOW IS THE pital, and convalescent home m Daniels and Doris Voiding. i TIME TO SELL.—W. E. LEY, i Humboldt.—Mr. _and Mrs. Harry 47u49-5oLAKOTA, IA. . U 47&51 Sabm and Family. 60p49 FOR SALE-] 64 southwest of buildings, host o Make me an offer C- W. Nicoulin, • , Jj 1 ! WHEN THE WAR millions of highly workers will flood the almost every fj c ] cl . . . there will he for the field of htNin counting and Secretariat, lead to executive nositiL" demand is good now ""i be good in the post w' '' p.ii te £™ ta "S! gft ^SVIS'™*! Mason City, Iowa. m ' night in honor of his birthday, ' son, Lone Rock, la." which was yesterday. The son ----- — — '• - : 12ul8tf . _ Roger left yesterday for his phy- j INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, sicals at DOS Moines. •• I .tile, laid by. experts. Custom work.— Cowan Bidg. Supply Co., n)*nrt u Of !» A t r* n » .. I >i . . 1 ni . phone 275, Algonu. 13ul8tl Housewarniintj for PollwrHs— City Supt. and Mrs. C. U. Pol- „,„„ lard wore taken by surprise Sat- FARM FOR SALE—ONE of the urday evening, when six couples b e ->* eighties in the St. Joe called to give them a house- neighborhood; all level, tiled warmini? in their new home on 'and.—Call at .this office. north Minnesota. : . .. , • 21u48-51 and sweet peas. She was attended Oy ivii'a. ij. ±j. i-otiei, ana bc^t man was D. B. Puller. Following the .ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Foth cafe. The bride was graduated irom the West Fargo high school in 1942, later was secretary in an Armour office. The bridegroom, who has served more than three years in the navy, 20 months overseas, is at home on 30-day leave, and will report at Jacksonville, Fla., for reassignment. Relreat for Church Wome.ri— The Prcshytcjian women will hr-ld a retreat program at the church Thursdnv. V a.m. .to 3:30 p. m. A rovprrd Hish lunch will be served at 11:30. OTHER SOCIETY. Fourteen Girl Scouts and their chaporoncs, Marjorie Peterson, Jo Pclisek, Mesdames Frank Rnscoc and Fred Bartholomew, returned Sunday from Clear Lakes, after a week's outing. The USW will meet at the Legion hall next Monday evening. IVOR .SALE—MODERN Bungalow, five rooms and 'bath, close in, .payed $6500.—See Joel M. Herbst; Real Estate and Ins. - ._ .-. -. ;. •-. ;..•.'..:..• 18u49 j h OH ' SAL't^Duroc Jersey sows | to' .farrbw .last of .-. , September. ' Also X good ' brpeching . harness. Jake W. Meyer, Corwith. ' •' FOR SALE^-1935 2-DOOR Pon. tiac with heater,-- good condition, 'good tires, below ceiling. — Mrs. Ned Haidgrove, phone 36, Burt. • • 17u49 Titonka Farm Girl Bride— ..Marlcta Henrietta, daughter of Mr. and Mrh. Faikert Stcck*er, farmers north ol 'litonka, anu Aiircd M., son of Ivir. ana Mrs. Fred Rcdenius, Brilt, were married at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Good Hope Lutheran church, at Titonka. The Rev. Alfred Ma'rdorf performed the ceremony, using the double ring service. Preceding (he ceremony Wilma Hccsch and Leona Brandt sang Take My Hand, Dear Father, and To Thee, Our Father's Clod, We Bow. •While the 100 guests assembled Herman Wclhouscn played nuptial-music and struck the chords of Lohenprin's wedding march as 'the bride and her attendants entered the church. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white with a throe-ciunr- tors-length veil, and carried a mixed bouquet of asters. The bridegroom's sister Marjorie, bridesmaid, wore an orchid floor- length dress and also carried asters. John H Harms, cousin of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony congratulations were received in the church vestibule, after which a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sleeker. Mr. Redcnius was graduated from 'tho Britt high school in 1941, and since hns been helping his father on a farm. Court (Continued from Page 1.) ' agreed by stipulation that certain real estate comprising 28 acres shall be the property of the plaintiff, and that she shall also have all farm machinery, household goods, grain, feed, livestock, and the family automobile, also all war bonds owned 'by the parties. The defendant is to pay the plaintiff $20 a month towards support of the son. Decrees of Divorce. Another divorce action, filed 'ho same day. is entitled Ethel D. Hardt vs. Mar] in Hardt. The parties were married at Sioux '.ills, in April, 1942, and Uv,ed t.opethcr till May' ?IO this year. Plaintiff alleges cruel and inhuman treatment and asks custody of a 3-year-old son. , , : ' The parties in this case also made a division of the property by stipulation. Both divorce petitions were heard Saturday, and decrees were granted in both. LT. 'ART' LUNDH, BOMBER VETERAN, School— (Continued from Page 1.) grade; Helen Pink, Buffalo Center, fith; Verna Hocke, Pa ton, fourth; Mrs. Lulu Yost, Des Moines, ' fourth; Jean Lucas, Fairmont, third; Mrs. Edna Oldaker, Indianola, second; Vivian Pink. Buffalo Center first. Third Ward teachers are Mildred Boser, Coon Rapids, principal and fourth-grade, who taught here last year, and new ones are Kathleen Gappa, Emmetsburg, fith and sixth; Marie Obe, Jewell, second and third; Leona Smith, Algona, first. In So. Side primary, Bertha Godfrey, Algona, has the first grade; Mrs. Maxine Yeakel, Kanawha, kindergarten. Beginner Age Limits. Detailed announcement for the beginning of school is carried in the advertising columns. Parents are asked particularly to note enrollment dates and places, and that pupils for kindergarten must be five years old oh or before Dec. 15, and for the first grade six by the same date. •The superintendent's and high school principal's offices are ii> the high-school and will be ooen daily, 8:100 to 4:45 p. m. The telephone is 295. Inductee is Honored— The Albeit Metx.gers entertained relatives at dinner Sunday and Monday a week ago in honor of Duane Metzger, who left Tuesday following for army induction. Those present included Mrs. Emma Leeck, Bennie Lceck, and Dan Taylor, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. August Rouenau.l Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schick and Richard, Robert Hagg and Mary Hurlburt, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisentaart and Bcrnadine Radie, Lu Verne; Wilbert Boeckholt, Buffalo Center, and two cousins, Sgt. Robert Richter here on 30-day furlough from San Francisco and who will report at Sioux City at his furlough's end, and Sgt. E. E. Richter, home from England on 30-day furlough. He will be stationed at Del Rapids, S. Dak. Riverdale Group Meets— Catherine Schoby and Mrs. Arvid Christ were hostesses August 1 at the Schoby home to the Riverdale Ladies' Friendly club. Roll call was 'My Hobby' and was answered by 13 members: Mesdames Kenneth McCoy and Walter Schoby were guests. Mrs. Catherine Metzger had charge of the meeting and Mrs. Vcrl Patterson gave a talk and demonstration on home nursing. The club will meet September 5 with Mrs. Ray Fitch. Union M. & D. Picnic— An annual picnic for Union township Mothers and Daughters club members, families, and friends will be hold next Sunday at the Glen Jenkinson farm. There will be a miscellaneous program after dinner, followed by games and sports. Persons attending are asked to take a covered dish, sandwiches, and dishes for their own group. Farewell for the Newels— Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner entertained Saturday night at a farewell for the Frank Newels, who have lived in the county eight years while Mr. Newel worked on the Walker farm in the Good Hope neighborhood. The family left Sunday for Missouri, where they intend to purchase a farm. While Cross Project— A group of Presbyterian women met at the church Friday to work on a White Cross sewing SH1CK ELECTRIC RAZOR OWNERS—We are dealers in Algona lor. Schick electric razors and repaiis. Huxtable Fire- slphe 1 store.'•••.-••••.'. : 18u40lf i FLOOR SANDING AND REF1N- fehing. . Heavy commercial equipment, Portable power plant. —Cowan Bidg. .Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. .'. • ' 14ul8tf FOR" SALF^-Gladiolus blooms, ''bouquets, sprays, corsages and basket 'arrangements for all occasions. — ScHimmel Gardens, phone 149-J/ . . 18u48-51 NOTICE- -V HAVE' taken over : Ralph -Hurlburt!s" feed mill, and-am-equipped to do any kind of grinding. Carl Wiener, Burt. Phone .173. : • p42-51 FO,R SALF-^65 acre farm inside city of - Algona, la;, improved; good- land; -terms.—Chas.. <$..' Fouhy,-;3, blocks, north of Milwaukee depot. 22IJ49 WANTED TO RENT—160 to '240 '-,acre .farm. Complete line .,of stock and. equipment. .Can furnish references.—Inquire^ Upper Des Moines office. 21p49 .WANTED-iA 'GIRL WHO IS ' ..able to dp* typing and take shortihand for permanent position, in Algona law office. Reply to this paper. ,' 23u49 AT ROSWELL N M •.•••ntftel~e,afee<rma^ HI I1VJTU.LL, H. PI. 1. shirt finisher.: Full. time. Can use!,other, women help part time., —Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners- .••'. ' v < (u)48-51 ! KAAF, Roswell, N. M., Aug. 10 —2nd Lt. Arthur Limdh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Swan A. Lundh,"of Algona, la., has.reently been as- sicned to the Roswell army air field here, a B-29 transition school in the western flying training command. Lieutenant Lundh is a veteran of three months overseas in the Mediterranean theater, during which he flew as a B-24 combat crew member. He wears three bronze battle stars and the air medal. 4 Sgl. and Mrs. Louis Verveer, with the son Philip, rode to Des Moines Monday with Lorraine Tierney, who came for the weekend because of the Heath of her cousin George Breen, Titonka. The Verveers were to spend a few days with friends, then return to Algona. Mrs. Ver- veer is a daughter of Paul Zerfass. WANTS BOY WANTED—PART TIME i work.—Apply Advance. WANTED—FULL TIME Porter. Algona hotel. 6u49-50 WANTED — MAN TO TRIM trees.—Call Advance. g49 WANTED—WIFE, FORTY TO forty-five; own own home.— Box 153, Bancroft. 12p48-49 MILKING MACHINE, PUMP i and tank for sale. — Earl j Crouch, Fenton. 10p49 • FOR SALE—RCA VICTOR battery-pack radio, used 6 months. ! —Norbert Hilbert, Wesley. 13p49 FOR SALE — TIMOTHY, 1944 and 1945 crop. Reasonable.— Erwin Eden, Titonka. 10p49-51 FULL TIME CLERK WANTED —Experienced or inexperienced.—James Drug Store. 10u49 WANTED—160 OR 200 ACRE farm. Full line farm machinery.—David McGregor, Burt, Phone 9 on 93. 16p51 FOR. CSALE^A., FEW CHOICE . 'registered milking Shorthorn heifers,:open and bred; bulls serviceable age and younger.— Aaron Steussy, LU Verne. • ' ' •• • • '' 19p49-50 FOR SALE—GOOD WESTERN black and white-face feeding lambs; also will put lambs out on contract to responsible parties.— Phone 626 J, Chester Bailey, Algona. 24p48-49 FOR SALE—FINE HOME in Whittemore; six rooms, bath, hardwood floors, hot and cold i city water, garage,—Call or see ! Attorney H. W. Miller, Algona, I at once. • 26u49, FOR. SALE—2 RED COCKER ' males, one black and tan male, i Sire Toplight Troulne, out of daughter of Champion Millers! Time Table.—Dr. Robert Wagner, Titonka. 23p't9 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS —You'll be pleased with thr quality and appearance of oui work. Printed or engraved announcements ol distinction. Many styles to select from.—Ad vance Pub. Co. TOWN PROPERTY, LOW INTEREST LOANS, FHA AND VETERANS "GI" LOANS TO PURCHASE, REMODEL, REFINANCE HOMES — Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona . 2du46tf nmunson arromcTBiir TIL.43« ALfQM ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding anil quality; also Shorthorn bulls, ready for service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf RADIO TUBES We can now supply you with lubes or rubes and adapters for nearly all lypes and numbers. Mail us your orders. NORTHERN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY BHITT IOWA SPECIAL SHOWING 50,000 worth of BEAUTIFUL AIWIS FURS attractively priced! ONE DAY SALE PARTIAL LISTING ANNIS BEAVEIl DYED MOUTON . . ANNIS MINK OR SABLE SOUTHERN BACK BLENDED MUSIilUT . . * ANNIS MINK OR SABLE NORTHERN . BACK BLENDED MUSKRAT . . , ANNIS LET-OUT BLENDED RACCOON . ANNIS NATURAL GREY SQUIRREL 7 ANNIS BLACK DYED I'ERSIAN LAMB ANNIS GENUINE BEAVER . .7 .i, : ANNIS BROWN DYED SQUIRREL .-,• ANNIS BLACK DYED I'ERSIAN I'AW , ANNIS BLACK AUSTRALIAN SEAL /. IDYIO coNir> ANNIS NEW ZEALAND BEAVER -.- . (PYW CONIY) 399 999 429 429 795 .429 149 125 12S Glamorous, Exciting Dramatically New! Vie Our Laymvay Plan% All soiling is done ),y Mr, Chrlselullcs and salesladies from HUs store; remember )'<> u (li'al directly tvUJi the CJHUSCJIILI-ES MOKE who back every' co»U with their satisfaction guaranteed" policy. You are absolutely protected when jpu buy » f« r coat at this store. WE STOCUC ASNIS fur coats at all times. The Chrischilles Store

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