Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1945 · Page 6
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tnr LUVERHE YOUTH HELPS TO GUARD PRES TRUMAN Lu Verne, Aug. 27—Pfc. Hecotr C. Knary, son of Mr. and |^rs. Emmett C. Knary, of Lu Verne, was recently in the military police escort for President Harry. S. Truman during the commander-in-chiefs recent visit to pelgium on his way to Germany for the "Big Three" meeting- The President was met at the docK ; . in Antwerp by Charles Sawyer, U. \ S. Ambassador to Belgium, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Brigadier General E-. F. Kqeriig, commander of Ghanor Base Section, which was briefly host' to the president, and civic dignitaries of Antwerp. '-• The president was taken by automobile to an airfield outside Brussels, Belgium. The military demeanor and smart appearance of the MP's chosen to escore him added much to the spectacle of the president's visit and their efficiency impressed the party. Pfc. Knary entered the army April 29, 1942, and has been overseas three" years serving in Company A- 707 Miilitary Police Battalion, and he has participated in the Normandy campaign, Northern France, and Germany campaigns. The decorations and awards he has received arc the Meritorious Service Plaque, three' Bronze Stars, and the Good Conduct Decoration. Hector now has eighty-four points under the redeployment program. Before entering the army he owned a truck line. He is a graduate of the Lu Verne high school. Hector has a twin brother Victor. Church Wedding it Held— Dorothy .Marie S w a n s o n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Swanson, Lake View, and Kenneth Sorenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Sorenson, Lu Verne, were married at the Methodist church at Lu Verne at 8 o'clock last'-week Sunday evening. ' The Rev. Robert Phillips road the ; ceremony in a setting of gladioli' and candelabra. Pauline Swanson, Fort. Dodge, cousin of thft bride, sang Always, accom- pariied ;by Mrs. Ray Stone at the piano. . The brid.e, given in marriage by her ; father, wore a white silk floor-length dress and a finger- fip veil, and carried a bouquet of roses. Alice Swanson, sister of the .bride, was bridesmaid and wore a : floor-length dress of blue net,. over, taffeta, and carried a ' bouquet of asters. The bridegroom .wore a dark brown suit. • .'Wayne Sorensen, nephew of th?Vbridegroom, attended as best man. 'Ushers were Harley Brayton, and Maynard Henderson. The b,ride!s,. mother and the bride- gropm's. mother both wore blue crepe dresses with white cors- ages. Tht men in the bridal party all had white gardenia but- toneirs. The bride Is a graduate of the Lake View high school and attended A. I. B. business college in Des Moines for a short time. She is now employed as assistant cashier in the local Farmers State bank, and has been employed here the past three years. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lu Verne high school and is now employed at the Peerless Oil Co. garage.' Assisting at the reception which followed in the church parlors were Dorothy Mae Lindebak, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. A. M. Genrich, and Mrs. Earl Neal. A four-tier layer cake and ice cream were served to the guests. Following the reception the bridal couple left for a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen received many wedding gifts. Four-H Girls Meet— I The Lu Verne Live Wires Four-H club met with their leader Mrs. Vernon Egglcston August 16 for the local Achievement day. Two guests, two leaders, and five members were present. Roll call was answered by Wai- bonds and stamps I bought this year. During the business meeting regular business was attended to and each member decided to bring something to be taken to the fair. It was decided to have a scrap paper drive August 18 but was later postponed. A pot-luck lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Women Have Meeting— The Presbyterian Association met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Guy Trauger. Mrs. Trauger, vice president of the association, had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Walter Engel had the lesson on Uprooted Americans. Mrs. Engel also presented a gift to Mrs. Trauger on behalf of the choir. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Axel Nielson, win Mrs. Marie Hunt, assistant. Returns From Louisiana— Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew, who recently returned from Louisiana, where she had visited her husband Sgt. Raymond Pettigrew, has returned to'her position as stenographer in the Godden Monument Works in Algona, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pcrgande, for several days. Taken to Hospital— U. S. Grant was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday morning for a medical examination. Mr. Grant has been quite ill for the past.-few weeks. He is 77 years old and d,oes not gain rapidly. Other LH Verne News. Henry Willey, Tacoma, Wash., spent several days here visiting friends and also looking after his KOSSUTtt COUNT* ALGONA, IOWA farm now tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Behnkendbrf. Mr. Willey will also go to Rochester, Minn., and will go through the clinic. Mrs. Robert Phillips and children, Joan and Dean, left Monday for Oskaloosa to visit her mother, Mrs. Jennie Hesse. The Rev. Mr. Phillips left Wednesday afternoon to join his wife and will visit his lather in Oskaloosa. Mrs. Harold Meyer and son Douglas, Algona, Mrs. Alvena Richardson and two sons, Waterloo, and Mrs. Lulu Norton, Lincoln, Neb., spent .several days visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. William Veshlage. Cpl. -Herbert ilinz left Thursday for Foster Field, Tex., after a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hinz. Mrs. J. O. F. Price and Capitola Sample, Algona, visited at H. .C. Allen's and with other friends here Wednesday. Group to Funeral of a Child Whose Neck Wat Broken an Hh «' and Hattie Burlingame, with Ada Merriam, attended the funeral of their grand-nephew, .Bitty. Vicar), Friday at the Methodist church, Corwith, and other relatives here attendirig were Mrs.' Joan Scott, daughter Sharon Kay,"ahd Mary Lee Cole. ;. • , • Billy, srnaU grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merriam, of Cor- SS-v'ft ki S ed /? ^ k HP Sat - ui day when he slipped as he was trying to climb into the family car through a Wirtdow at' San .Diego, Calif.-, and suffered a broken neck., .'••,.. - ; 1 he lad's ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Vicari, broght the body to Iowa for .burial, •' arriving at Corwith Thursday. •' CHAS. LYCKMAN, OFSWIACITY flTV Rll I c I *-* 1 I Jp>IL«|tfO . I —^.''.I-' ••••••••", " , -. J COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS . .July 2«, 1945 A regular meeting of the Cdun- II A ffff ~ IIP i MV C1 , 1 was j} eld at the u ? U{il tim « and PA\\Fv HFART place - Ttie ^y° r **&•*& councu- I MtaULJ. IILHni men were present. i ; ,'- • m i, r T * iir t \ I The minl ites since the last res- (Hold from Last Week.) ^lar meeting ,were .read and ap- Swoa City, Aiifj. 20 — Funeral proved. • •- " ' set-vices for Charles Gustov Building,Permits were granted Lyckman, 04, wore held at Im- to Gen. Rnsu7*»ll .• nr>V. Waie,? n/t n manucl Lullioran church at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. A. M. Youngquist in charge. Mr. Lyckman had passed away suddenly the preceding Friday evening at his rooms at the Dr. C. W. Lundquist home, of heart failure. He had gone about his work as usual that day and had not complained of feeling ill, but collapsed soon after reaching, home at G o'clock. I Born in Sweden August 10,' Mr. Lyckmart came with his par- . ents to Canada at the age of I three. In 1924 he was married' to Gerda Anderson in Canada and in the same year the couple , moved to Swca City, where they ! had since made their home. Mrs. | Lyckman preceded her husband in death two years ago. The couple had no children. Surviving Mr. Lyckman are a brother Fred, i of Puyallup, Wash., who came Tuesday morning, and a niece and nephew, Alice and Stanley Lyckman, of Carmengay, Alberta, Canada, Mr. Lyckman's old home, who arrived Tuescl--^; afternoon. The funeral service, originally set for Tuesday, was postponed until Wednesday to await arrival of the relatives. ' | Pallbearers were Jacob Peterson, Henry Moline, Roal Roalson, Olc Roalson, Frank Johnson, and M. L. Johnson. Music was furnished by a quartet, including Mrs. Anna Larson, Myron Johnson, Mr. :mrl Mrs. Philip Hoi- comb, with Mrs. Greeor Deim at the organ, and by Mrs. Robert Bcxoll, who sang a solo in the Swedish language with English translation. Burial was in Har-. rison cemetery. j mdse Iowa Elec. Sup. Co., mdse North. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. Thompson Dist. Co., mdse. Algona Ldry., service I Algona Mach. Shop., repairs Algona Coopi Cry. Co., gas H. W. Post, frt Algona Hdwe., mdse F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. NW Bell Tel. Co,, services W. W. Sullivan, P. M., mdse. Treas. of State of la., tax.... Western Union, service j Treas. of State of la., tax.... Water Fund H. Barton, R. Barton, salary. W. Ettcl, salary P. Laubenlhal, salary C. Pollard, salary 11. Kohl, salary ... L. Mitchell, salary Iowa State Bank, tax Lcighton Sup. Co., mdse.:-... . Watcrous Co., mdse Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., I rndsc I Culligan Zeolite Co., mdse. I H. W. Post, frt t>utchs' Super Serv., rprs Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse Addressograph Sales Agcy., mdse Treas. of State of la., tax.... Consolidated Fund C. McGinnis, salary..?. T. O'Brien, salary .v. A. Wcishaar, salary A. Boekelman, salary NW Bell Tel. Co., serv W. S. Darlcy " 11.93 104.64 62.13 141.58 24.84 13.94 2.47 4.58 3.85 5.30 18.68! Dutchs Super Serv., gas 11.08 Ken Frank! Station, gas 22.80 -Wm.-C''-0«iu--Oar.,-'.'i i «- ptiirs .,.,:—^— .7.M K. Foster, salary....— 55.<jO Corenson Otoc. Co., TUESDAY, AUG. 2li , •^iL^f^^fSJ^ m ^BBER STAMP •h««ti at lh« ADVANCE, mqsci ..-—---.-- r -— «"y P. Kohlhaas, .aervicK*. 76.00 fowtt Fund .„„„,. Pollard,- 8ilary.--i--- •>in nn G. E. Palmer, •salary-.. 2 ffij?R. Haag,. salary I..,.., 20.CO 30.CO 21.2 ... , J. Ulflehi salary „.,.. 19.S *i J* -.- - ••• • • 9 495.65 J - Ree<1 ' salary ..„...-. Iowa St. Bank; t^Jt..... P. Kbhlhaas, serv. •„*--, 93.10 80.10 Swimming. Pool Fund I. Harris",'salary ._ M. Amunsoh, salary ... 30*01R. Aiin^CternerttfSalary 27 50 G.ftert,, salary';.......70 10 Iowa St.' Bank, tax _.._ 37^00I Thompson - ;• Haywafd 94'nn! Chenv Co.;;'mdse. —_. -Sl_.: , . -".Aii' if »0ni__ 19.2 •11.16 .47.6.0 38.40 44.20 '40.£0 38.4X) 23i«(o' 85^25 • uooan STAMP INK or indelible at A& ALGONA ELECTRIC FARM WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WIRING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 20 80« W; 8TATK 8T HAROLD (SI) ROTH WILLAKD (.loss) 203!o9 ; Diamond ''•'•Alkali" .'Sales J i Corp., rndde.-—------- 18.7 Milbury. Atlantic Inc., mdse. Matt Parrott Co.; mdse. 5.61 73.99 2.62 _ , 1.42 Algona Mach. SKbp, 1.2V repairs ,—_—.——: 'A. H. -Borchardt, mdse._ 2.39 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., 70.371 service /:.._."_.__'_: Algona U, D. ;M., print- 80.501 ing :_____•__„._•_____ 83.30 Treas. of State of Iowa, 73.60, tax' ^1 : _,.-14.—'..-.' ^S'oS Algon'a '-L,auri'dry,; senr.-- ;M. 23.44 .32 9.30 545 3.32 13.77 16.44.. 52.18 '' '•' ' 40,00 ~ --— •" w^^v. V J-fO kAlllClt,C as previously published. An Agreement was entered into with the Bunis & McDonnell Eng. Co. for a preliminary, survey in 1 connection with' the ^possible COIIT ' struction - of a : water • softening plant. •.••• '..;• ";. ..' ... , Appropriating -'-VOrdinance No.! 649 was 1 , passed-. .• . .:- . Adjourned 'to-August 16, 1945. I ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE . • . . - .- ;/NO,- 649 .,"•• i An Ordinance .appropriating monies to certain persons therein named. . / •-. Be it Ordained by the City Coon- cil of the; City'of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated toi be paid to the-persons hereinafter' named. . ' • v ' . j Electric Fund I L. Bellock, salary;...;...'..;. F. Dailey, salary T. Halpin, salary.....;.; C. Wright, salary...; F.. Graham, salary Wm. Ludwig, ;salary W. I-Iansen', salary... A. Hill, salary..., ..... K. Rutledge, salary......; H. Stephenson, salary......-....„ 88.50 C. Webb, salary. 1 .;... . 82.60 i R. Barton, salary..,..:..... 41.501 P. Laubenthal, salary... 26.00 W. Ettel, salary....... : .. .36.45 C. Pollard, 'salary;.:...:..... 1 ....;;. 116.30' t. Kohl, salary....:.:.-. 55.10 Chrome Scrv. Sla., gas Clements Super Serv., gas E. Mnc, gas Kos. Oil Co., gas Kohlhaas Hdwe., mdse Kos. Motor Co., rprs.... Iowa St. Bank, ta-x -.J. Lnshbrok, salary E. Skillins, salary C. Harvey, salary J. Bflhr, salary G. Gunder, salary $ 88.50, 98.50 ,88.50 i 60.50 85.80 <92.50 78.401 64.30 60.65 •, salary Prod. Corp., mdse. Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse. ' Standard Oil Co., rndse. Laing & Muckey, re-' pairs , Algona Hdw., mdse. '/lossuth Co. Imp. Co., repairs Thnrpo Wood & Iron Works, repairs C. A. Heard, repairs Continental Oil Co.. oil F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Fir* Mitntenahetf Fund j .( %%l Algona Fire .Co.,. calls.. 32.(io 5 g ' 2 ^'[Koss.uthi<Dil. Gp., t>attery , . j., I'. ofi'^nt chg.;.;^..'.:.i.^^.i..'. .12.00' 2a8!3"fN..-W,.Bfe : lhT(2l^CpV j ser-;.".',- j. I fli?.!fio!. • ' ••'>^w,"> S»w«r Fund . ., : 'i" I 9p'lO Kossuth Cb.";Rec. ! .Of- . i; f,fi.30!. - fice, reci; J:i:-: r ;-—.-v 11,3<)| Rt.40 Chapman, artduCtler; le- - . | 5(?.40 : gal. service •„-;.—-_- 100.00 58.40 E. Leisner.'eng. _.--._. 45.50 .54/10 G: Hart;: ehg.;—.1.—.-. 125.001 R. Leisner,..eng '.-.I.'• ' 45.50f 31.01-G:..Hart,; eng'. ._-_.i'-.-., 125.Q0 1 P. Kohlhaas, ehgV....._ ' 200.391 . .6.10 pep^»ij Fund • :' 17.26 V S. L.-Feeney;Store.etal, ' | I refunds'; .-•_•:.;;_;. '155.00 2.17 .Seel 2;; ,This /ordinance shall' 11.71 take effect .and be in; force from and after' its :passage smd ap-l 8.27 .provai; ,/.:-;,; . '• . .; • • • • I I Passed and^pproved this 26th. '7.50 day. of July,,1945.' . - . : '..•,:• ^ 2.50 ; FRAJJK KOHLHAAS, '60.17 j • ,.,.;;•'- ''p~'. • •••'.' Mayor Attest:.' ADAH CARLSON,' 333.01 ,. - ,' ,.,-.- , City Clerk. is the time to order EKALB HVBRID SEEDIORn GENE HOOD, Algona, Iowa C. V. MANGLE, Livermore, Iowa M, L. BESCH, Whittemore, Iowa Illllllli A. Carlson salary ;....„.„.. H. Passmore. salary.:. Iowa State'Bank,.tax....... Diesel Service Co.i mdse.'i C. M. St. P.' & P. R' . 'R Co., mdse. ;...-......;. Line Material Co.-, : mdse:. Globe Mach; .& Sup. Co., 92,20 •; 62.00 101.20 043.21 , "•-'i 234.55 19.40 INSULATION Me an $ m any T h i n FIR E Sec IMMV fire stoiipcd at Insulation Line Rock Wool Insulation Brings An Added Benefit WE'RE ALL IN THE SAME BOAT Farmers, merchants, manufacturers—we've done business together for years . suffered in tht »ame depressions.., watched our boys march off to war ... paid our taxes at the same window »,. N.PW, still together, we are facing a new crisis-one that may sink our little boat; destroy ovu efcance to make a decent living for our families, . . It's going down mighty fast right now! s are jome men—long-haired bureaucrats, radio| labor boisei, left-wing farm "leaden"—who ar« using the farmers' co-opi u t springboard to a "new order" of government and business. They say: "Th« fooperativt movement u tending toward a cooperative democraqr u a lubstitute for the political state" »nd "Cbnsuonf cooperative* are not merely a mean* to the Socialist end, but are a part of that end." That hit* at every on* of ua. If the cooperaiiv* common- wetlth comti, ouf farms, our »tore«, our factorie* will EQUAL TAXIS WILL KEEP ALL If yoq want to know more about the dangers no longer belong to us u individual*. We (hail all be hired men! ^ .You may say "Oh, that couldn't happen here." But it could. The groundwork is laid already. Some kinds of businesses don't pay all of the taxes that w« pay on what we earn . , . While we are paying foi the wars our sons have won, these other busiriesse* are piling up their' Federal income-tax-free profits— ruirung some of us by unfair competition, buying others out, planning a system that will some day take our farms and run them for the benefit of city labor, OF US ON AN EVEN KEEL of tax inequality, tp you, send • Iowa Small Business Men's Committee 207 Continental Bldg. Des Moines. la. p ost office Box 42 A. C. Gienapp, Chairman H. Paul Dee, Secretary Paul H. Martin, Vice-Chairman A. M.' Adams, Manchester, Iowa Fort Dodge, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Besides Saving Fuel, making house warmer in Winter, cooler in Summer, Rock Wool Insulation Pro' •' / "• tects against Fire. Fire Stops at Line S Read this unsolicited letter _ Cowan Building Supply Co. Algona,' l Livermore, Iowa April 7, 1945 .Oentlenien: • ; We are morp than pleased with our Eagle Certifijed Insulation Job your company installed in our home located three and one-half inUes east, of Livermore, Iowa. Our home can be heated uniformly now and we are using almost 40 / t less fu^l than we did before insulating without closing off any rooms during the winter months. We are not. bothered by drafts and our floqrs stay much wanner. In the hot summer months our home is comfortably cool and we, are fiappy tp let you kn,bw we have n» hot, stuffy bedrooms anymore, and as a matter of fact we enjoy better health the year round. - . Bepides bringing us these renewed comforts an/d caving fuel, Eagle Mineral Wool saved our home from total destruction by fire on juarcn oi, 1945. The fire started in the eapt portion of the attic and burned the en- i™ 7£° ,- r e house ' If li had ^'t »een for the insulation retarding the tire until the firemen could get control, our home would have been destroyed. Sincerely yours, • Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger """rwfrrr-r-, Cowan Bid Algona, Iowa

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