Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1945 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO SEVERAL FROM WESLEY START INTEACHING Wesley, Sept. 3 — Margaret | Flom started teaching Monday in j a public school at Fort Dodge, i where she taueht last year. i Mrs. Leo Bleich hetran her fourth year in the Buffalo township No. 7 rural school Tuesday. Lois Bleich, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich, began her first year of teaching in the rural school No. 1 in Weslev township. She was graduated from the oublic school in Algona la?t spring. Teresa Lickteig tearhes afain in the George Cink school,where her father is now director. Eileen Winpert is tfaching the Martinek rural school, hnr first in that profession. All Kosnuth county rural teachers attpnded the 3-dav work study shop in Algona this week Monday, Tues- dav and Wednesday. Ruth Mary Eisenhacher be?an teaching in the Woden hi°h school a week ago Monday. She had taught primary there three years. KOS 3UTII COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA A GOOD BUY En'prs Sisterhood Order— Madeline ' S t u d e r. second dauphter of J. P. Studer. entered the Notre Damp Order of Sistfrs at Mankato, Minn., last wpek. Rita Studer is now Sifter Mary Julius, a novice in the snmp order. She taught in St. Paul last year, but will '-prnain -it the Mankato convent this rear. Mn- deline was craduatpd from the Good Council Academy at Mankato a year ago. * . r-..... ~ BOY'S HAND IS BADLY CUT IN Chrisy Hinrickscn entertained' condition on 'the thirty-first day of the day above mentioned all ... „._. — .».__, • ..., «•.., ...... --- :. .*.. , _ iJ _., J ^^^ persons interested til-e hereby -no- v-nrisy ninncKscn emcriainca condition on tnc inirty-insi ««y the Evangelical and Reformed o f December, 1944, In acc'ordaricc< Guild at the church 'Thursday. 1 with" the: provisions' of Chapter Mrs. Fred Ptoeger presided at'4o4 tltlc'XX of the Code of the the program. Helen Cody,, of Seneca, tified and iteqti ired 1 to appear, and show •fa1is'ai;'if -'any they have, Mrs. Fred Ptoeger presided at'4o4, tltlc'XX, of the Code of:shpw eatlsd i; 'if 'afiy they have, meeting arid had charge of : - town, relating to Insurnnc'e Com- why said instrument should hot ram. ' | parties; and whereas 1 said Insur- be probated and -allowed as 1 and who I panics; and whereas" nnce Company has complied District Meetinq Held— A district sales meeting of tho K. & H. Cooperative Sorvire. of Waterloo, was held in tho Methodist church parlors Thursday eveninc with an attendance of 30. Towns reoresented were Earner, Clarion, West Bend, and Wesley. Out of town spankers were from Chicago and Waterloo. Drawn for National War Fund-AVcb. Brown, Akron (O.) Deacon-Journal | Kossuth War Chest Drive — October 1 to 6 Ledyard, Sept. 3—Gary Jensen, second son of Mr. and Mrs. j Howard Jensen, met with an ac- I cident Wednesday evening. He I caught his hand in a hand corn sheller with which they were playing and cut his thumb very badly. Two blood vessels were cut and nine stitches were required to close the Wound. He was taken to Elmore for treatment. ' Group Attends Wedding— ' Those from here' who attended the Garry-Snyder wedding at Bancroft last week Tuesday were Mrs. Alice Garry and family, 'the Francis Walsh family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn, the J. McDonald' family, Mr. ahd'Tttrs.' Cyril Hagg and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Hilferty, Mrs. Paul Nitz, Mrs. Albert Barnes, Phyllis Strand, Mrs. E. T. Halvorson and Marvel, Mrs. Paul Wilson, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer. i ^ Conference is Hold— > ! Last week Tuesday evening the fourth quarterly conference of the Methodist church was held at ( the church with Dr. Earl* A.' Burgess, Algona, in charge. Imports 'for the year were giv'eH' and i plans for the coming ''year dis-. , cussed. Dr. Burgess was a dinner guest at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass that evening. for the] last Will and Testament '•' of said deceased. • Dated at Algona, Iowa, August I IIKN \Hr| I fR1 iieien L.ociy, 01 ocncca, wno anut; v^umtniujr nua ,.«••.,>..v.« Wllll tJfllbkkkll for the past three years taught in' with the -laws of -this State relat" the junior high hern, visited i ing to insurance. * n ~T n Wednesday and Thursday at D.! therefore, in pursuance of law, M, l» B. Mayer's. She will teach at I, Chas. R. Fischer; Commission-, (Seal) Estherville this year. I er of Insurance, do hereby certi-! ^ler* ot ine uisirict «. Mrs. Harold Herzog, Ray and * that saidI Insurance Company. LINN AN ^YNCH, Attys., Nancy, and Mrs. Glenn Burrows ' is authorized to transact'the-bus-1 Algona, Iowa anH ohiiriron «; 0 ,- 0 in wimnvo' mess of fire ahd allied lines m- HELEN , Clerk of the District Court. .TUESDAY, SEPT. 4, •Its 1*11 ^Th* mithorlzod ea M |(,,i Hundred Thousand "' Vltll'll 1|,||- -•--' Ooll,- „,. , k '" ' .m ny > inc,,!;;^'!^ 1 ;;;,,:^. ot tin h. , . and children were in Elmore ' mess an cren were in Elmore Wednesday visiting a dentist and surance in the State of Iowa, as ° . vnmtifnrl K-ir lo«r tlritll rho MrSf doctor. required by law t Until the first COr, Mrs. George Thompson will be' day °* April, 1946. ' ho'stess to the Methodist worn- i y \JL 4i|^A ««) A^iut I further certify that on December 31, 1944, the statement NOTIOB OF. iRRMRW/vtj OP COR- PORATIR PERIOD TO WHOM 1T-MAV CONCTCiRSS': 'Notice Is hereby rtlven that The Kunz Grain Company, n corporation I'rci society Thursday afternoon ( cemb in -the church basement. ! show. The E. & R. Youth Fellowship 1st. Total Admitted devotional meeting will be at the ! Assets *- - , ,„,. . church Sunday evening with j 2d - Total Liabilities I ^^ nt • Except Capital ..$169,378.19 °, roh ln f icia Edward • 3d - Capital Paid Up and existing under ,,.,,. .,., ...1..U of the laws of the I State of Town, 'With principal place of „ — ! business nt Wesley, lown, nnd whose Assets .$412,907.16 ; corporate period "explr#d on July 1, the j ..... .nc.iMiftt-u hv a Hnui.ri tl :'° t i Directors elected bvJ' f fl nt the: hnnnal mcct'lim,„ " ckh the second Monday „ ,i C h( year, who s | mn VlA „>' "' Vlce-Presldcnt, .SecreHi-v •lifer, find such other c,rn P ,,,., ., may see fit. ""us as) Until the next annual tho stockholders--, which ' on the second Momliiv i the following persons '«| n ii i , -• ors: " "t AM Billy Smidt as leader. The Rev. and Mrs. Nuss returned Thursday from a Mutual Company rr-i- f i ™ l °5 ?i llrle ? and Sylvia Ann Gerdes and Sgt. Bob f^o , i T S ' L " L ' Lawson were entertained at H. .... „ __ Lease and Loren. |,j. Braley's by Mrs. Stanley Minn., is visiting her sister Mrs _ . " i Smith. - A1! — " ' • - Spj-auw Wrist in Fall- j M r. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake Comes lo Attend Wedding- Mrs. Earl Stanton, of Preston, two sin. The e ursay rom a — — - ---- , tri P through Wiscon- 4th. Surp >|us over all Rev. and Mrs Edward Fred A. Dlekmann. \ Ve ,,. v «"••'- Kunz ,,, ,'°y. -Run* TiV X"** T • i 'I'i* ' d>n>4Q coo t\n I". »iuu ui iwuiny \~\ii yimrs i Liabilities $Aid.bAa.yt ntier the ]st (lny of .j,,| y -j IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 11 adopted nnd filed ns l.y law have-hereunto set my. hand and,.a ..Cer.tificnte. ..of .such. _i affixed my seal of office at Des ^ n , (le0 "'"' Sl '" stltllte 'i At Moines, this 15th day of June, I-"!«>'i»™tion. 1945. Cass and Fred Dutton attended a district conference at Algona Friday. Mrs. Harry Schroeder. and 1 *"' 1 " 1 ^ Darlene were in Elmore Thurs-1 (Seal) _ CHAS. R. FISCHER, day having dental work done. | Commissioner of Insurance. Mrs. Margaret Looft, of Swea City, spent several days last week visiting at Albert Looft's. Constance Garry left Friday for Canton, Minn., where she will teach this year. . Insurance Department of Iowa •Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION. of'the NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL ' No. 5347 , . . State ^of Iowa, -Kossuth County, • ss: In District Court. To All Whom It : May Concern: You are 'hereby .notified, that an instrument- of. writing purporting to be the last Will : atid Testament of Floyd.- McClaran, deceased-, . dated--'June- 4, .1945, annual meeting, of paid corpora-....,,,„ In the 'office of the 6om- I Julius -FCunz Tfr" .V- l ' 1 V e >'. pnny at Wesley, -Town, on the 1-ltli J: M. Kunz ' \\. <>(al( 'V, day of August, 1!)45, renewed 'nnd ex- JUIH; ArtdV K~n"nz ..,'' |l '''- v ' tended pnlil certiorate period for &, ' nnd the following "norC *' period of twenty (201 yenrs from nnd officers: "" s "I"' ""—• the 1st day Of -July. 1015, and President, Fred A iD|,,u required ley, Iowa. xmnri, -Vlce-lPresldent, Iowa. ,.~~. ,. u ...i,..,,. j Secretary, T'ror The name of the corporation Is The,! ley, Towa. , Articles of Kuiii!'Qraln 'Company, and Its principal place of business is at! Wesley, Iowa. The object and ffenernl nature of the business of the corporation "'Shall lie to buy, sell, receive, store, '• consign, deal -In and handle on cornrnls- .slon, or In any "olfier'manner, coal and fuel of every kind and,desel;tp Mario «„„,. nickmann, ,H A. i Treasurer',' Fred A. ] ley, Iowa. ! Any stockholder nmv hold or more offices, and »\] 'offL'"' J» hold office for a t,,,,, " „„, '* Kvery Director shall b,. ' "-'.>«l Lor,- and If l, 0 sell ,,r ti I ((tacit, he shall at once rea Dlrectpr. • The. hlKhest amount of ness to which Hh,. r,> n ,, Jr ,,, m ,, SXibject Itself shall iml ovc ..-.,. , thirds:-. (2/.1) of Its pal.l-un „„] ,- ---.- and standing capital stock Cereals of every, kind and descrlp-- ,- The -stock of-the coVimrnH ('Ion, and all products 'of the soil and be ' non-assessable, ami iii,! any nnd all kinds of merchandise; "to''.property of the MneUI-i id !* •I...M.I el . ccti p C|11 | pi ownr lease,, main-I'ever'PXe'mnt: from'all c'orporite aSj'l , . tlon,. hay, livestock and'.farm Implements, lath, shingles nnd ofher' products of Wood, 'butter, esKs, crettin,- j mllk, and-nil kinds of'prrMluep, corn, wlrent, .oats, -barley, rye, flnx" tnln, operate, buy, sell,, transfer and' ance Alice Garry, having come "fasti _ w< , rn week to attend the ^wedding of s " orn Mrs Ed Loebig fell on the'and family, Whittemore,'and'Mr! Paul Garry! Mrs. Garry's older bieps ol their home the first; and Mrs. Will Hrubes and baby, son. The Raymond Walsh fam- Girl for Rasmussens— A girl was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen last Wednesday in the Mercy hospital, Mason City. 'This 'is their first child and the mother is the former Rita Loebie, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig. The baby will be named Mary Sue. of Ifist week sprained blood vessel. Department statement of Iowa, a showing its for hearing proof -of .same at'the Court House in' Algona', 1 Iowa, before .the District 1 Court.'of -said County, or the Clerk; 'of said Court;; and at ten o'clock a. m., TVyrTTrpTTAT T T -I ucv-caacu, , uatcu u wuc i, .ia-iti, -lain, OJtel „-.„„„,.„,.„ MUTUAL INSUR- having been"'this day filed open- 'exchange elevators, • .warehouses, ANCE COMPANY OF IOWA, e d and read,' Monday, the- 17th I ' m ' llls - si'p'is. offices- and .terminals, located'.at Algona, in the State of iday of September, '1945, : - is" fixed r lowa., j..., • .-.-', *•- '---•-'•- - - - -- • • • ' • •' Whereas, 'the above named company .has filed in the Insuv- kinds and descriptions, Including leaseiioids, and to transact any bf-.the business nfore^ald lioth within anil without the Stnte of Iowa. .The corporation is authorized to borrow money and to-Incur ihdebtcd- and .llahllltles. The '•cttrpnr'ntlnn -sluill •Amendments to the Articles mar h .made - fis • provided therein ' ' . By PRKD " or of on fu r-mt and sustained a Duncan, were a week ago Sun- ankle and broken clay guests at R. C. Bauer's. Mrs. Clare Wingert and Mrs;. John Youngwirth were hostesses to the Catholic Missionary society meeting Wednesday afternoon, September 12. Ruth Vitzthum, who is em- Wioner Roast for Captain— Jane Hauptmnp f>ntertair group of yount^ folk; evening at a wiener roast in hon'- ily, Rochester, Minn., also came for the wedding and visited relatives here. . '; Joins Husband on Coast— ' Mrs. Perlen Jacobsen left -last i week Tuesday from Blue Earth for San Diego. Calif., to join her Helos Iniured Mother— Mrs. Elliot Waldsnhmidt and two daughters, of Clare, spent last week at her parental John Lickteig home. Edna Mae assisted her mother with canning as the latter suffered a broken wrist several weeks ago in a fall on the steps of their home. Buys Clear Lake Home- Mrs. Kouba has purchased , j -itu LU vjL^fbiiuiJj, \VI1U IS trill- - *•* - * 1 -— j""' -..^.i nome . p i oy ed in Mason City, spent sev- "usband, who is stationed there. j eral days last week at her par- ,ental George Vitzthum's. Mrs. June Noble entertained a She had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christy : Hinrichsen for several weeks. home in Clear Lake Vnd"pTa"ns to ' p , roup of fiends at her home Fri- c t T , {l . om ~ A 7 m _ • , there soon. Mrs. Nils M.'**^*™ 1 ** m ho ™ of her, Last we "k ZndaT Mrsi D./ BJ .->uun. 1V1IS. IN IIS IV1. ' , - ... j bought the Kouba j blr j hda y- Johnson home. Wesley Boy Takes Exams— Robert Goftg. eldest son of Mr. --- _ , ------ t »-,*%., »„ ,j j, iJUll'VJl. J.TJ.1 , I . and Mrs. Lee Goetz, went to Fort . were Emma Studer is spending ten days at a sanitarium at Milwaukee. She left'"Tuesday evening A. new roof and other . , . . Leavenworth, Kans., last week ! sc ho,ol .last week. _t at. -the parochial and daughters, Mrs. Harry Schroeder and family; 'were Bancroft visitors, Barbara".;Mayer, who broke her arm several weeks ago, had the cast re- fnr u: 1inn pre-induction examina- Comes from San Francisco— Thekla Eisenbacher, R. N., came from San Francisco a week ago Saturday, and will spend a month here with her parents, the i . . -- «---= Ign. Eisenbachers. She has been i llr>lous 1 |lnen was served, employed in a hospital there the . ¥ rs - Stanley Smith and past three years. Other Wesley News. The Methodist Dorcas Circle met with Mrs. Charles Kraus Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. A! Wagner assistant hostess. Mrs. Don" Kraus had charge of the afternoon program. A de- The Jos. Studer family spent a week ago Sunday at Ign. ~ bacher's. week with a siege of flu. Glenn Dyer lo Lt. Glenu-'-E. week /D Robert. Word from' hirrt'7 this week is that he is to be sent to Arkansas. Auxiliary to Meet— Thursday evening with a covered dish luncheon. A free member- DATES CLAIMED. , The Sexton Ladies' Aid will _. I have a chicken supper Oct. 4, " l jj"day is Honored— ; and Oct. 6 Methodist women' jhere will have a rummage sale, , .— two j followed Oct. 13 by a similar children returned to their home j sale by the Presbyterian women in Des Moines Saturday follow-1 The dates have been claimed to . ! in R several months at her par-1 avoid conflict withi 1 other organ- The Legion Auxiliary will hold j ental H. J. Bralev's. Lt. Smith izations. its annual membership party is in the army in the Pacific war '" zone. Joseph. Studer Jr., eldest son ship will be given. Mrs. Erdman is membership man. 40-HOUR WEEK. The Internal Revenue office in ...u... - _ -,-..- ».» u ... „,., ..-jucni sun i me jniernai nevenue oft PP in Clara! of Mr and Mrs. Jos. Studer, left the postoffice building here Rob- r-linir-ia WPpk nr'n <?, m ,ln,, t^,. -,,.tf,,,,,i „.,< A T, ""y-ung neie, no^ — -chair- week ago Sunday for artford, j ert A. Keenan in charge' was , Lonn., where he will take his j closed Saturday, and till further Six Go io Clear Lake- | La'saMto rolK C ° UrSC *" the j n ° tice - a " SUch offices in T DU w 61 ^ gUe , StS at H ' H ' F1 ° m ' S ! Mr ' and Mrs."hon Kraus, Mary Ji., Wednesday evening were|Adine Kunz, uJne Adel Kunz, clays. Thursday afternoon Mrs. W. E. Wiemer entertained a group of little boys and girls in honor of Deanna's fourth birthday.': Instruction is Scheduled— ' Catechetical instruction 'will begin Saturday in the ^Evangelical and Reformed church at 9 o'clock. Hospital Patient Home— Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier was brought home from the Mankato hospital a week ago Sunday. Other Ledyard News. 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