Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1945 · Page 2
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PAOE FOUR RURAL SCHOOLS ffi UNDER WAY FOR FALL TERM Rural schools in the county will start this week Tuesday for KOSSUTH COUNTt ADVANCE, AL'GONA, IOWA Lakota Youth Who Is New Minister Takes a Bride CAN BLUE GOOSE FRESH PRUNES The fruit that's NATURALLY SWEET win siart tnis weeK Tuesday for . Lakota, Sept. 3—At the colon- those teachers who attend but lal chapel of the McCormick one day of the workshop being f Presbyterian) Theological Sem-. held at the Methodist church inar V- Chicago, Betty .Lou,| basement, and Thursday for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. those who attend all three waiters, Cincinnati, became the workshop days. bricle of tn e Rev. Calvin Hard-' All materials necessary for '"£• Ukena, youngest son of Mr. opening of school, and the new f ncl Mrs - William E. Ukena, Lacourse of study is in the hands kola, at 6:30 p. m. Sunday, Aug. of teachers. All schools ' have 26. \ teachers but several schools will Potted palms served as back- 1 not open this year and pupils in ? rn uncl for the altar, with the such places will be transported Celtic cross as corifprnif.™ to another school. Rural teachers, their school district and home address are: Teacher* and Schools. n. *« i XT n »» • m • u ' K"wn 01 uuicia ana luiic. ana Buffalo -No. 7, Marie Blcich, hnr fingertip veil had as head- Wesley; 8, Anna Flom Wesley; picce a laco .. Dl)tchio -. cap . Shc • • .... *• . 9. closed: Burt 2, Catherine Montag, . West Bend; 4, Hazel Jenkinson, Algona. ; Cresco No. 2, Frances Eason, Algona; 3, Bohita Bosworth, Algona; 4, Mary Fraser, Algona; 5, Ruth, Baldwin, Algona. Eagle 1, closed; 2, Nellis Anderson Harris, Swea City; Armstrong; Fanny Selma •Aik.your grocer tor free Blue froose Canning recipes Distributed by / Hoxie Fruit Co. DID YOUR TIRES TAKE YQjti TO WORK THIS MORNING? ... IF NOT LUSTER J)K HOLT Phone 80J Work Suit Sturdy coiton suiting Kanforired shrunk 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 PHONE Alrnberg, Swea City; Fenton 5, Vivian, Volentine - Leininper, Burt; 7,' closed; 9, Myrtle Hanna, Lone Rock; Garfield 1, Lois Brown, West Bend; 5. Ann Genrich,. Swea City; 8, Elaine Kettelsen, West Bend. '..Schools in German. German 1, Norma Quame, Buffalo Center; 2, lone Mayland, Titonka; 4, Carrie Torgerson, Titonka; 5,. Anna Andrews, Titonka; 6, ,Wanda Winter, Buffalo Center; 7, Mildred Penning, Titonka; 8; Myrtle Peterson, Titonka; .5, ; Dorothy Penning, Titonka. Greenwood 8, closed; Hebron 1, Florence Huglin, Buffalo Center; 2, Esther Anderson, Elmore; 3. Faith Eden, Elmore; 4, Mrs. E. M. Thompson, Buffalo Center; 5, Mrs. Ray. Hill, Buffalo Center; 6, Ruth Edwards, Buffalo Center. Irvington 1, Isabelle Dahl, Algona; 4, Helen Brown, Irvington; 5, Marie Erpelding, Algona; 7, Mildred' Frazier, Algona; No. !) Betty Miller, Livermore. Algona Girls Teaching. . Lincoln 1, Ida Edwards, Buf- falo'Center; 2, Fay Olthoff, Lakota; 5, Clara Osland, Buffalo Center; 6, Fahna Albers, Buffalo Center; 7, Irene Lichliter, Lakota. Lptts ••' Creek 4, Minnie Vaughan," Whittemore; 6, Donabelle Kohlwes; 7, Mae O'Brien Algona; 8, Loretta Fandel, Whittemore; Lu. Verne 2, Bern Rob erts, Corwith; 4, Ruth Wagner uL.-Verne;;" 7, Doris Keister, Ren wick;, 8r, Elnora Eustace, Lu Verne.. ••/-,.... Plum Creek 2, Virginia Zeig ler, Algbiia; 4, Elizabeth Skilling Algona; 5', Geraldine Fisher, Al gpna; Portland 1, Elsie Lanvjn Titonka; 3, Wanda Mann, Burt 5, :Dphh4, Jean Dutton, Burt; 0 'Donna' Jean Foley, Fenton; 2 closed; .Prairie 2. Theresa Lick teig, .Wesley;'4, Sr. Mary Cariba St. Benedict; 'Ramsey 5, closed 6, Vei'da Johnson, Bancroft; Florence K. Reasor. . r: More Algona Girls. Sherman,'?, 1 Anna Murray, Li Vernep-Sjwea 2,, Lprene Trenary Swea -.City; 3, Phyllis Krueger Ceylon;'.^Springfield 1, Joyci Johnson, Elmore; 3, H. Hulter carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and sweet peas. Two Attend Bride. Attending the bride were Gerie Mae Austin, Mendota, 111., the iride's college roommate, and Mrs. Clair Hanson (Gertrude Jkena), sister of the brideprpom. tfiss Austin's cown in orchid and Mrs. Hanson's in blue were both , ,, ; Bancroft, : .'Union Nol -1; -Gladys Schnei • A der,, Algona; 2,' Neva Alright ^D- Algona; ••- 3, Darlene Volentine ™« Burt; 4, Dorothy Leigh, Algona 5. Helena Weisbrod, Algona- 6 Helen Webb, Algona; 7, Loi: Gardner, Algona. Wesley 1, Lois Bleich, Wesley 3, Aline Martinek, Wesley; 5 Ol lie Bruns, Titonka; 8, Josephini Wolcott, Algona; Whittemore 1 Marcella Fandel, Whittemore; 4 Betty Blanchard, Algona; 5, Alice Eisele, Whittemore' 7, Betty Zaugg, West Bend. Pastor A. F. Otto in Better Health The RPV. A. F. Otto, nastor nf Tmmanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Ci-pek. has been in nonr health of late, and for some time loltic cross as centerpiece. To Lohengrin's march the iride entered the candlelit chapel >n the arm of her father, who ;ave her in marriage. She wore gown of taffeta and tulle, and of frosted chiffon and in the same style as the gown worn by the bride. They , too, wore "Dutchie" style headcaps match- ing their gowns, and they carried colonial-bouquets of pink and. yellow roses and sweet peas Best man was Robert S. McDonald, Detroit, Mich. Midshipman Harvey Finley, of the McCormick Seminary Navy V-12 unit, and the Rev. Sumio Koga, pastor of the Nisei congregation at the Fourth Presbyterian church, Chicago, served as ushers. The bridegroom and best man wore Navy blue. ; College Head Officiates. Appropriate piano ' music before the service and the wedding processional and rccessi6nal were played by Mrs. Edward Ellison, Hollywood, 111. During'the ceremony Herbert Baehr, 1 senior at McCormick Seminary and minister of music at the Fullerton - Cove nant Presbyterian church, Chicago, sang "O Perfect Love," "I Love You," and Ma- otte's "The Lord's Prayer." The Rev. Robert Beaven, president of the Chicago Baptist college, performed a double-ring ceremony. A reception for the wedding party and the immediate families was held following the ceremony at Mrs. Hansen's, at Chicago. Couple College Graduate*Mrs. Ukena was,: graduated from the Chicago Baptist college in Jurte with the degree of Bach elor of Arts. Mr. Ukcria is i. erMuato of the University . ol Dubuque( class of 1942, and the Mr-Cormick Theological Semin ary, where he received 'the de gree of, bachelor of.jdwiiiityvthis spring. Following hiFrtfHiriatoln at the Lakota Presbyterian church on May 25, he became minister of the new Community Prcsbyteria'n church, Hollywood 111., a west-side suburb of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ukena will be at home after September 6 at 343 Hollywood Avenue, Hollywood. Guests from a distance attending the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. William .Ukena and Mrs. R. H. son James, srid I^r^t (^ T-* **ij. v^. i. . ., «»v^.*ij| ATii.»3, j_ic;- Roy Walters, and Mrs. Clifford Forrest, Cincinnati. - FOR SALE—BARN 32x20, double walls, good condition, with leanto 32x20; hen house 20x14.— Isabel Steward, Vt mile north of Burt. 21p52 FOR SALE — PAR*4 OF 200 "jacres in Whittertidre locality.- Write Advance. lluSl-52 IF YOU ARE LONELY, WRITE i Box 32, Clarkston, Wash. Send stamp. llu52-55 FOR SALE—JEEP TRACTOR, I FOR SALE—1V4 Hi P. GARDEN. perfect condition, plenyt of' tractor and cultivator, $70.— power.—Charles Beer, Ventura. !Fay Mann, Burt, lal, phone 59fl. 12p51-52| ' 14gS2 HEAR DR. H. TRUMAN Gordon/ He will explain H. R. 2229-30, the bill now pending in congress to assure a national annuity for all citizens. The public is invited. Townsend Hall, Algona, 108 S. Hall St., Sept. 6, 7:45 p. m, WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS —You'll be pleased . with thi quality and appearance " of out work. Printed of engravfea mi nouncemenls of d i s t i notion Many styles to select from.--—Ad vancc Pub. Co. GOOD OPPORTUNITY for girl, interested in dramatics, as magicians assistant. Local work, two nights a week.—Inquire Advance. 18p52 FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey sows to farrow last of September. Also a good breeching harness. Jake W. Meyer, Corwith. 18u47tf XLOOK SANDING AND REFIN- ishing. Heavy commercial jquipment; Portable power plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone i75, Algona. 14u!8tf SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR OWNERS—We are dealers in Algona for Schick electric rax- m and repaiu. Huxtable Firestone »iore. 18u40lf ATTENTION FARMERS EGGS — EGGS— EGGS Poor quality eggs are not much in demand. High quality eggs are still bringing good prices. It pays to take care of your eggs; gather them at least twice' a day,' keep them cool and bring them in often. — LANESBORO PRO 7 DUCE & HATCHERY, Wells, Minn., distributors of Pink of Perfection Feeds. u52 WANTED — SODA FOUNTAIN help and drug help. References. required, good pay, steady work. Ohnesorge Drug, Algona. • ' 16u52 FIVE CALVES STRAYED from my 'farm;— 3 Guernseys, 1 black, 1, red.—Finder please notify Walter Ruger, Lu Verne. ".\< :;-; 18p52 SALES WILL BE HELD AT Kahawha sales barn every Friday at 1 'p. m. Place where you always find a good market for aiiything you sell. 25u52-53 " -------EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— Bulk plant and service station for lease effective October 1st, 1945, at Algona, Iowa. Contact Corycll 70, Lincoln, Nebraska. 21u52 TWO BROTHERS ; STORM CAUSES CAR ARE AWARDED BRONZE STARS AND TRUCK CRASH Pfc. Floyd J. Weishaar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal. ,,TJie citation reads: "Private First Class Floyd J. Weis'haar, 37683648, 117th Infantry Regiment, United States army, is awarded the Bronze Star for heroic achievement in action from .24 February to 26 February '045.fin Germany. "Working under enemy mortar tnd artillery fire during .the Roor river crossing'Private Wei- ir guarded and- interrogated numerous prisoners of warvvTio were brought in. " • "His coolness under fire' '.-and skillful questioning of. prisoners were 'Tsprinsible for'providing his unit with much, valuable in. maf.ion. Entered'military service from Iowa. Signedi James M.'Lewis. BriEadier General U. a. Army Commanding " Cpl Rrlwin P.-Weishaar, also a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wei- snaar, has been awarded the Brnnzo Star medal with the following citation: ' ."Technician Fifth Grade Edwin P. Weishaar (Army Serial Number 37041347), Cavalry, 113 L^HVfilrv Rnnnnvi nir.n Hn ~ o i Swea City. Sept. 3—Nine persons escaped with minor injuries in an automobile accident 'resultine from the storm last wo°k Wednesday. i Theodore Nutt, wife, six children, of Albert, Lea, and Inez ^^^"feparents live on the Swea City, were taken to Forbes hospital for treatment of,- cuts and bruises sustained wheri'theif car collided with an Armstrong truck which was.stopped on the hill on Highway 9 a mile and a half west of Swea, City: ; J ; . I The truck stopped to Vepair a ! flat .tire, but the wind ami rain extinguished -his highway 'flares. Before he had time to relight the flares, the McNutt -car, whose windshield was obscured' by the heavy rain, crashed into the ______ FOR SALE— KITCHEN cabinet, set of cafe dishes, 2 kitchen work tables, used small coal heater, 5 gallon jar with faucet, wiener tdaster. — Jack's Place, Lakota. 26p52 FOR SALE—MODKTiN HOMK. six rooms and bath, excellent location, paved, near Catholic ; church and not far out, $5000.— See Joel M. Hecbst, Real Estate and Ins. 26u52 LOST—BLACK HEIFER WITH - white '.utter and white spot on head, wt. about 1000 Ibs. Last seen i«<ding toward Livermore. —Jack .Devine, phone 2609, Britt. 25p52 IT TAKES GUNS AND AMMU; nition to fight wars; it also takes a hal-inced ration to enable your brood sow to produce a strong healthy litter. Walnut Grove minerals, plus a little tankage or oil meat and your . home-crown grain, will produce a healthy litter. Don't put it off. and be sorry later. Now is they time.—Write or call II. S. Fain, phone 297-M., Hum-bold!. 20tf-eow FOR SALE OR RENT^I '"""" 200 A. Mitchell Co., 15'mi. east Osage, electrified, $65 per acre. Terms. ' . 172 A. Mower Co., 3'/ 2 mi. NE ] Austin. Less than $75.00 per acre. '! i 154 A. Howard Co., $60.00 per acre; 3 mi. SW Lime Spring. •; 160 A.- Howard Co., $55.00 per acre; 3% miles SW Chester. . 273 A. Howard Co., 9 mi. NW of Crosco, la., $75.00 per acre. GLEN L. PECK, 717 Higley' Bldg., Cedar Rapicls, la. 63p5l-52 « ^L :_* j ACREAGE FOR SALE — ONE : mile from good town in Chickasaw county. Fine laying land, fenced and cross-fenced with woven wire; 6-room house, barn 28x26, hog house 12x16, corn crib 8x12, granary 8x16, brooder hen honsc. Good well and mill, Crove and shrubbery. Buildings in good repair and paint. A good team of work horses and harness, 1 milk cow coming 3 years old, 4 heifers coming two years,- 10 ABBHOEEN ANGUS BULLS of 8 mos old FOR r SALE—LOCKER PLANT. Complete equipment with 900 lockers; -County seat town. Lease on building $100,00 . pel- month. Jf interested write or honne Jas. W. Fisher Agency, Iowa. 29(3)52 THOSE WHO EXPRESSED beautiful and practical ^^j walk ing plow/. A -fine'home'for 29u20tf ^L C - ToHwa ° StWinkle ' Br ° kel! ' ei £ , , nviu . Rcconn a'sance Squadro (Mechanized), United State £ ( '' my W ^ , awardec > the Bronze btcir Modal for meritorious service in France, Belgium, Holland I on ™ many ' from 2 Jul y lft « ^o 2D March 1945, in connection with military operations against I ho enemy. ' 1 '^" 8 , thi , s , P. eriod . Technician Grade Weishaar performed ..<=«.iiii ui lc ue, ana tor some time .."'. ^:°-w weisnaar penormed neirhborin? pastors have held i I 18 ' dull . cs as an Armored Car services for him J;TQ , u..! Unver m an outstanding man- His • characteristically su- H';. W. POST HHAY AM) THANSFEK Storage of All Kinds Long IHstiincc Hnuliiij; Evorly. lo;td insured against loss ,;md damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling, and draying. 298 Algona. t». - for him. He recently i had treatment that is beginning 1 nor ' to make improvement in his condition, and now he and his family are on vacation with a brother in South Dakota. * « LIGHTER OUT. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter have received a letter from the son Dwaine in which he said he "'as leaving Miami for Camp iBIandine, Fla., and expected to be released from service Saturdav. I Sept. .1. He and his wife will I come'to Aleona sometime, this week,- and Dwaine plans to enter college andtakeim engineering. HAY FEVER RELAPSE. ! The Rev. Luther Loesch family! spent several days last, week' HovMany Wcor ^ALSE TEETH * V/ith More Comfort PABTB/TM. a ploasantjlkallnelnon. ftcidl! rovj.ilcr. holds false teeth more Krnily; Tfl ont and talk in more com-. , on dismounted patrols have been an important factor in numerous missions of thfe troops. Hie skill and courageous devotion to duty displayed by Technician Fifth Grade Weishaar ref cct great credit upon himself and the Military Service. En- tcred Military Service from Iowa Citation issued from Headquarters of XIX Corps, office of the commanding general." FLOYDWEJSHARR" HOME FROM ETC n^h 07^*^ ^eiS > r -™f ^ ^t^' Wh ° »' whether the climate there wou"d wTi A,^ e '9, YOrk OI \> the Queen benefit the son Nathan's hav fov i rt *V, ' was cleare d from er. 'Twelve houn afterTrp"i * l %™ Ba ^^, and «°t.home ?t Lax lake he showed marked fCrJoS improvement, hut on return to " J "°" (rl1 ' Iowa Friday there was ' recurrence of the malady. . - perior performance of duty while on combat patrols and his profi n * i o " Jackson ' S - °" 3 report back to The youth . . ' -* ••••••v.jvuifii has been m service since Novem- bfr 1943, and overseas since June '944. He arrived overseas and Mr. , nd Mrs. Wm. Daughan, in^etonT 6 Ife^lllV"™ 6 ^ 30th infantry FURNITURE SALE. . . , now of Minneapolis, spent Fri-IHobbs 1 lirni y; TO cnt ana IBIK in more com^ ir-ni.uu 10 me S 13 Mcllr fi.ri. >*t Hprinkle a Illlle FABTKKTH I .,, ho mn ,.',7 c t j on ynV-tiiiiU's. NO cuinmy, gooey, pasty i T " no moved Saturday. <asu. ,-r. f«".in 1B . t '^«' li |. A ' s P r ^|. T01 f ^ Da'Whans made arranpeme n' h Call has been and his combat service extender) to the S D. McDonalds, from Norther; France to t£JS ----- , Saturday. The dennes, the Rhineland, and cVn- arranpements to tral Germany. He was never next Saturd» ° hC1 ' e sold ,y« unded . bu t spent three weeks next Saturday. ( ln a hospital for battle fatigue. spent the nicht. Inez will be employed in the home of the A1- 1 ' bert'Lea relatives. ' •.' GETS A DISCHARGE. 'Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson has re-, ceived word that her son John, who had been attending a pre- officer school in Philadelphia, 1 was given, discharge from the navy Wednesday. He was for-1 sti-Hth p still there. RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. Wonderful opportunity now. No experience or capital required. Permanent. Dept. V, Freeport, 111. 52-53 F °R -SALE-BEAUTIFUL home at 710' E. North St., known 2 MEN WANTED AT ONCE Manager of large, well known feed company must appoint two men for good paying work in' ;the localities, where this- newspaper is circulated.. Ren-'. dcr service and do sales work;' Farm experience or' any kind of sales experience helpful. Must have car. Pleasant, per,- manent work. Send only name and address. Personal' interview arranged. Box 400, ' c/o paper. ' • Name v •__:! Address _. IIIII; H a ridsomely tailbted) - all wool suit. •3130 WANIS FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA second cutting.—Leonard Mul- 1ms, Corwith. .// .'.9u52-53 . , ' "•*-! V»»-AA UU1IL "AJshed; automatic oil heat- now vacant. Price, $10,000.—See JoelwMi*«erbst, Real Estate and Ins - ^ 31(3)52 I TOWN ^PROPERTY, LOW 1NT- .J?REST LOANS, 'FHA AND •I" LOANS TO REMODEL, RE- HOMES — Algona ward Mar. llpM DANCES! Legion Ballroom Bancroft FRIDAY. SEPT. 7—Walter Mur- FOR SALE-'37 MODEL A John FOR SALE—320 ACRES well tiled, good fence.—Inquire Jim Sheridan, Bancroft, ' . . 12p50-52 ' SEPT> 11 - Sc8ndi ' FOR SALE—YEARLING _._ sey bull, also several cows.— John Voss Jr., 4 miles N. E. Lu Verne - •-•>.. 13p51 Reas'onabiy " b price a d! U -M UVai w' n^ . hto Trum P« l «d his Schwietert, 6 miles N . of 'l8 on ° rchcstra ' FOR SALE — FARM; /^F 200 acres in Whittemorev,locality. Leave name and addrgs's with Advance. .>•.:•'.?*>. '51-52 HUB CAP LOST FROtil Studebaker on No. 18 between Algona and Sexton. — W. A Schram, Titpnka. ' SALE - WINCHESTER Model 12 repeater, 12-guage with shells.-,-Wm. Knoll, Lone Rock, phone 803. „, 15 P 52 ''OR SALE ~ POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable a'gCj at farmers prices.—P. M. Christen:on, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf NLAID LINOLEUM, linowalT, tile, laid by experts. Custom vork.—Cbwan Bldg. Supply Co., ihone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf ALGONA ELECTRIC FARM APPLIANCE REPAIRING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WIRING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 20 20« Wi STATE ST. HAROLD (g|) ROTH WILLAKD (Jess) FASDEL tf FOR RENT—50 ACRES GOOD corn land for 1946, near Whittemore; smaller piece if preferred.—A. C, Carlisle. 16p52 MECHANIC WANTED AT once. Will hire oi\ percentage. Will lease shop or hire outright —Fred Flaig, Lone.Rock. 20p52 Refrigerator Service I nm well equipped to service Refrigerators P. E. STONE l'J»o«e 747- Suits either arately ; or with toppers or long coals to: match, sizes 10 to 44. _ Fitted font All wool, m black, lime, or red — Caracul or Mauton trim, beautiful /but- Atoned up or open Also lovely ( Furred Tux*- edo or Box Coats, -. -f Zero King Pur Coats i in at a)l times. for Fall 5.95 to 14J Tucked front c 1 a s s i c. Bracelet length sleeves • ~" V**«?' -. yflll" ! p'red.,. c.las;sic. Shoulder in- ' 3iuiply, tailored classics in all- Wool--, Wool and Rayon- and all- Rayprifr-Bo easy to slip into, such, gpod taste. Junior; reg;, and

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