Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 4, 1945
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PAGE SIX LAKOTA SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY; STAFF OF EIGHT Lakota, Sept. 3—School began Monday with Supt. John W. Cook in charge. Other teachers are: Mrs. Junelta Mumford, home economics; Calmnr Jensen, Forest City, commercial: Vivian Strand,' music;-grades 7-8, Mrs. Lola Graham; 5-G; Donna Dew, 3-4, Jean Ahlstrom; 1-2, Mrs. Carmen Jones. Homy Mitchell continues as custodian. The Misses Dew, Strand, and Ahlstrom will room at the Guy Boomer's; Mrs.'.Jones with Mrs.' Ida Smith, Mrs. Graham with the Thaves Sisters. Parlies Honor a Guest— Mrs. Margaret Warburton left! Friday morning for Des Moines to take up her duties as matron in the Des Moines children's, home, following a three weeks vacation, one week of which was spent with her brother. Will .No-.! ble, Baraboo, Wis, Mrs. Warburton was honoree at • several social events last 1 week! Mrs. 1 Harry Mussman. entertained at a coffee party last. week Tuesday afternoon; Mrs. I. E. Wortman entertained at a coffee oarty Thursday afternoon; Mesclames J. H. Warburton and F. G. Torine entertained last week Wednesday afternoon, and an? other group the same evening; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barpar were hosts at a dinner party Thursday evening. Mrs. Warburton spent August 25-27 with her son Harry Warburton, Elmore. Drug Store Remodeled— A.- E. Anderson, who has the drug store here, has been remodeling the interior of the store, having enlarged the floor space. He will move the fountain and I equipment into the addition at the back of the rooirt and will put the booths there. The space, formerly used for booths will be : very attractive when finished.! Mr. Ahdreson teaches'in Buffalo-! Center school and Helen Behrends'-assists in the sttore. Attend Seta's Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. William KOSSUTH cbUNT.Y. ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA, . . - ; s __IUBBDAY. SEPT , , "< 19(1-1 tion and is reported getting along with Mrs. Guy Giddin',-? as -us-land Mrs. George Millar, hiis-«o:io Wnulu'gan, 111 -,n,-, n ! l very well.. [sistant hostess. "The business 1 to Lincoln, Neb., where she will month «, ., thl> ", ' '"' SII »W • meeting wns held, after which j visit- relatives and possibly find !,,,," '' l / L hom ° "Niw , J Service. Groups Picnick— I the afternoon was spent socially, employment. Janet is a IS45 - JUCUJ nntl .ulso with Thfej Legipn Auxiliary enter-. Ltinch was served at the close of, graduate of the Lu Verne high j-ors Peter and Fr<>,| tained. the, Legion . at a picnic the afternoon. j school. ' mer will begjn her" SHOWER 61YEK AT LU VERNE FOR RECENT BRIDE Lu Verne, Sept/ 3—Mrs. S." Ri supper-.Tuesday .evening, in the. ,city , hall' ; with' a .very good at-i Janet .Miller, daughter of Mr. I Sarah her Miss Blijil , Dr °*1 twichin tendance; After.supper the-Aux-l — • - Uiary held a short business meet, , ,. ,. . Ukena-Baker. Mrs. Cecil - Baker,- and;ing in charge of their president, and daughter, Mrs. Amanda Kol- Mrs. Walton DeWitty Bode, were Mrs.. C. B. Huff, after which the Uisch and baby, left a week ago hostesses at a miscellaneous -evening was. spent socially. Thursday to visit a daughter, shower Thursday evening: for/. — Mrs. Gertrude Hansoh, Chicago, Mrs. Merlin Baker, the former i Norman Wegner Returning— and attend the wedding of a son, Elinor Nelson; at..the home of>! Richard Wegner has received the Rev. Calvin Ukena, Chicago,' Mrs. S. R. Baker. The evening word'from his son Norman, who and Betty Walter, of Cincinnati, was spent socially and the bride--is in- the army, saying, that he is Ohio, at the chapel 6f the Me- opened her many lovely gifts.' now in Bbston and that he will Cormick Seminary in Chicago a Lunch was served at the-close of (be home soon. Norman has been week ago Sunday. Calvin is attending the Seminary; the evening. Out of town• gUests overseas for several months tak- were Mrs. Clifford' Baker, Livermore, Mrs. Walton DeWitt,:Bode, ing part in the Italian campaign. |~ He had also spent some time in a SS5 Let Cowan do the Complete Job , Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK VOIl A FREE ESTIMATE You may buy on our convenient monthly payment ; plan if desired. Cowan's can give you a complete job of repair and remodeling and insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co. ALG'OIVA, TOWA Plenty of Jobs 100 Men Needed Now Many-hundreds of men needed in near future. WHY use up your War-Time Savings? WHY draw on unemployment Insurance? Tlio John I (core Tractor Co. can use you now in its Modern Foundry—Jobs as fallows for SKILLED or UNSKILLED men: S<Jl'KK/E MOLDEKS HOLDERS' MEU'EKS SAXI> KLI.NHKK HELPERS IKON POl'KEHS SHAKE Ol'T CIIII' AM) «K1 XI) COHE ASSEMHLEHS Our Foundry still running 48 hours per week, lime and U over 40 hours. IJoKl possible peace time job security. THINK Of advarntases of being with an old (1QS yrs.) reliable company, where working and living conditions- are tops THINK Ol vacations, pensions and death benefits paid by the company. THINK Of having good, clean showers, ventilated lockers and free laundry service daily for work clothes THINK Of working in a big foundry — highly mechanized, with (lie minimum of hand lifting. If unskilled, you work a few days at trainee pay, then to piece work. THE AVERAGE PIECE WORK EARNINGS ARE OVER $1 HOUR Apply in person or write Robert Beemer is Home— i Gunda Egeltson, Wallingfordi- hospital there Sgt. Robert Beemer arrived and Mrs. Dwight "Baker, Corw.ith.. home last week Tuesday for a The new Mrs. Baker is at the- Brother* .>in .Hospital. 30-day furlough with his par- home of her: parents, Mr.', and Henry-Kruse was taken, to the-' ss ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer, Mrs. J. A. Nelson, while her ;hus- Lutheran hospital recently for; as- who met him at Ames. Bonnie band, Sgt. Merlin Baker,'-is over- medical care. He.is in the same,=i Johnson, Ames, accompanied seas with the army. them here for a week's visit. Bob has been stationed at Pelelieu Is-, Church Group* in "Picnic— room with his brother Fred, who was taken to the'hospital earlier iss in the< week-suffering : from a! land, and has been overseas 14 | The annual' Presbyterian-: broken .neck-and other injuries, j HE church and Sunday school .picnic -They are farmers living south- months. He will report at Cherry Point, S. C., for a new assignment. Birthday is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gelhaus r _._. ____„___„ and daughter Mrs. Arnold Broer, = games! The entertainment ' for and children, Hubbard, drove to the evening was in -charge of the Fred Mabus home a week ago Lyle Hersom, superintendent -'of the city hall with a large attend-; ance. A pot-luck supper • was served, after which' the evening and I east of- town. Secretary at. -.Business School— Elsie Hinz, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Mike Hins, is now sec- at the Mankato business r Cent FUEL! When Installed Correctly by our Experienced -. Workmen Eagle Insulation PAYS! Saturday and visited till Sunday when they, with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christ and daughter Eunice, Forest City, were guests of the A, C. Klockes to help Mr. Klocke celebrate a birthday. the Sunday school. Ice cream colleee, Mankato, Minn,, where] she:just recently completed a; course. She is a 1944 of the Lu Verne high School. Farewell for Vashlages— Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. William Veshlage gath- evening. Four Go lo Florida— Mrs. Lyle-Nelson and son,,Benona Neal, andI Mrs. Ralph"'An- 'ereVat 'their'"home^Tuesday j = ril'r»\irc 1*afT MY»iH?t-tr TVirtfni»-»rT fn** • * ' « *. . —. »M^» Cousins Visit in Germany— | drews left Friday morning , for Marvin Klocke, son of Mr. and Tampa, Fla., where Mrs. "Nelson PV pnine- wis snpnt vkitine Mr Mrs. A. C. Klocke, writes from Twill visit her husband, Capt. I ™d Mra VeshTaeeAmoved to Al Regensburg, Germany, that he Lyle Nelson, stationed there with ! ™J a Thursdav enjoyed a few days leave recent-; the army. Benona will:find em- ! Iv and went to visit a cousin ' ployment there, and Mrs. An-J Honored at Algona. Parly- Christ, Amberg, Ger- j drews will visit her sister and I Mrs. Emily Guy went to Al-1 Then both boys_went to family, Lt. and Mrs. James Nev- gona Monday . evening, where ille, and their daughter Diana. " ' Walter many. visit another cousin, Raymond Christ, Nurenberg, where he is stationed. Hilmer Hansons Returning— Birthday Club, Has Party— The Birthday- club met -Monday evening with Mrs. Arthur here have received, (Dimler. The evening was spent Friends word that the Hilmer Hansons i playing bridge and prizes were were on their way hnme from | awarded to Mrs. C.- W. .Cote for high, Mrs. Hugh Shirk, for second high, and Mrs. Jess Lindebak for travel. Mrs. Cecil Baker. 1 and Mrs. Cecil .Williams were guests. Lunch was served by the'hostess at the close of the evening. Washington state, where they have been working in defense plants during the war. Mr. Hanson operated a garage nnd repair shop when they lived here. Completes A. I. 3. Course — Dorothy Schroedcr finished a 12-weeks course at A. I. B. in Des Moines last week and came home for a short vacation. She plans on attending St. Olaf college at Northfield -the coining year, she was entertained at a birthday party, in her honor at the home •. of. .her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Johnson; J. J. Club to Resume The J. J. club, has held-1 its Employment Office John Deere WATERLOO, IOWA Otlior Lnknta Mrs. Peter Bruer entertained at a dinner party a week ago Sunday with tour generations represented: Mesdames TtfHe Hanson, Laura Penny, Mrs. Hugh Gordon, and two sons; also Mrs. R^lnh Studevant and Mrs. Minnie Mortmer. Mrs. Henrietta Aldreks went Algona last week, where she caring for her granddaughter I while the child's naronts, Mr. and I Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, took their son back to school and then accompanied some frienrlii to Denver, Colo., for a vacation. Lily and Viola Wirtjes came home last week Tuesday for a month with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes, and other relatives. The pirls are employed in Colorado Springs. Colo. Beverlv Fox will tench 7th nnrl 8th grades in the Swea City | school this year and leaves Saturday for her new work. Beverly taught threo years in the Hanlontown school. Mesdames Delia Smith, Paul Kollasch. and W. E. Gutknecht wore visitors at Elmore last week Saturday afternoon. first meeting of the year. at.Mrs. C. W: Cote's. A-one o'clock potluck luncheon was held, with Cecil Baker and-Mrs; Cote in charge. The business meeting was held with the president of Lloyd Stoddard at Hospital— Lloyd Stoddard, son of Mrs. Marie Stoddard, is in the university hospital, Iowa City, receiving a rrtedical examination. New Coach Arrives— Coach Evans and his wife and daughter have arrived here and have'moved into an apartment in the S. R.. Baker home. LH Voriie The United Service Women met Wednesday evening in the city hall with Mrs. Alvin Hardcopy and Mrs. Charles Hintz as hostesses. The business meeting , the club, Mrs. Carl. Goetsch,. in. ™ as in charge of the president, charge,- after which the after- Mrs - William Ristau. After the business meeting the evening was spent socially and lunch was CdMfoirl ' * ' • ' >' * ' ' •' * noon was spent socially. U.' S. Grant 'Doing Well— ' r ' Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barton', acr companied by 'Mrs. U. S. • Grant, Mrs. Peter Thompson and.V^Mrs. W. H. Brown, of Minneapolis, Minn., visited U. S. Grant,;"who is a medical patient in ; the-'Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge; Mr. Grant underwent ; a major "ppera- OFPHf'l.VT. XOTIC'R IOWA STATK fOMMI'inrM-3 f'OM MISSION TO TIIR r-lTlXKNR OP KO^StTTIT OOT'XTV: Xfitloo Is lir-roby Riven tlint IfSlonn f. Stnhhs, dniiiK- Inislncss ns StuhliH Motiir Fi-i'lulit. Fnrcst f'ity, Town, Iin.t ma<le aprtlli-atlun tn tlio Iowa. Stato C'ommi'fPn cnnimlsslnn mulr>r niithorlly of C'haptor 2i2.1, fmlo of Town, l!)i!0, as nmcndoil liy Acts uf HIP -Ifltli 'ficncijii 1 AK.xeml'ily, fnr a OVrllflentp af Convi-iili-nci- (uid Nr- c-osslty tu oDoratt* MS n incitni- can-if-r of frdK-lit lii-lwci'ii Ruffalo I'cntc-r, T.al<uta. l.rdyanl. Swoa Citv. Han- crnfl. Titonlca. \\Yiilc-M, Cryslnl T.iik<>, :ini] Jiinctliin llani-cu-K- Cniinty HiKli- way "A" iiml 'l r . S. Iliylnvav' No. C,!i. over Iowa lllf,'lnv;ivs NHH. !) anil ill. I'. S. M'itfliway No. Kin and nnnainoil liltliwiiys, In -iCosH-jih. Wiiini-lmso, anil TTanfook <"'nnnt]i-s, Towa. Tlio 'fonmilfinliin lias fixed Fi-iiV y, Septemliei- 21, Iflin. 10:m n'eliK-l; a. in., at (lie office of t)if> AVInndiaKO <"'onn- ty Anililor. Purest City, Iowa, as time and place fur public lu-ariiiK on this application. IOWA STATP. 'David B. T^inw, flialrman. Carl \V. Heed, 'Cuipiniissloner. B. AH lllolumlson, I 'ununiKsioner. ATTKST: fleo. r,. McCaiiKhan. Ki-fr-etary. Dated at DPS Moines, Towa, July ."1 Pocket No. II-M20 [jl-52 Insurance Department-of'Iowa Des Moines -.' ':'•-"•?•• ANNUAL CERTIFICATE TOR PUBLICATION of the • ••••'• '• REPUBLIC INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Dallas, in .the State of Texas. Whereas, the above" named company has filed in":the- Insurance Department. of .Iowa, a sworn statement. showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1944,'in accordance with the provisions' of. Chapter 404, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. ... Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Chas. R. Fischer, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized : to transact the business of-fire-and allied lines insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1946. I further certify that on December 31, 1944, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets $10,923,816.18 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital $ 6,132,295.66 3d. Capital Paid Up $ 2,000,000,00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities $ 2,791,520.52 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders $ 4,791,520.52 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 15th day of June, 1945. (Seal) CHAS. R. FISCHER, Commissioner of Insurance. . TOPS FOR QUALITY la Company, Franchised Bpltler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodgt served." Circle No. 3 of the W. S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. O. McClellan ...'••-,. "" ' Burt, Iowa ' ; '";•"• "; 6-29-1945- Cowan Building Supply • . •;-.y-v Algona, Iowa • .•: •',., Gentlemen: ' ,', -.'•]• ; , We recommend Eagle Insulation to. everyone. We saved almost 50'^ of our. fuel by insulation, our home was much more comfortable with uniform room temperatures. •'.' ' : ' ••-.'- . : Our heat is supplied'by a heating stove and-range and we found it unnecessary to keep fii : e over night at any time last winter. We are looking;forward ; to a cooler home this summer. Yours truly, . William Larsen, ',.;..;..'•". ' •:".••' Burt, Iowa I Cowan Bull J; Phone 275 - • iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin^ i Nearly a million of bur sons—farm boys :and city boys—have told the Army that they want to go into business .for themselves when they come home from war. They want to set up retail stores, garages, filling stations, frozen- locker plants, small factories. They'll borrow money to get started . . . work their hearts out to sutceed ... pay Federal income tax on every penny they can earn. , And then what? Well; across the street there'll be a co-op store, owned by a labor union, perhaps. It will sell the same kind of things, offer the same kinds of service. But it will pay little or no tax on its earnings. That gives the co-op store a mighty big advantage! An advantage that can ruin the lives of a million veterans! IT WILL PUT US OUT OF BUSINESS, TOO When some kinds of business don't pay their fair share of taxes, all the rest of us—farmers, merchants, manufacturers—have to pay more than our. share, Income-tax freedom makes Government-owned businesses unfair competitors of all taxpaying businesses. Income-tax freedom gives co-ops a power of life and death over all taxpaying stores and factories. , Tax-escaping city co-ops, owned by radical labor unions, will in time destroy our farmers, toor-they'll take over our farms to raise cheaper food, just as they do in England. A'well-run co-op earns money for its member-owners just like any other business. It ought to pay Federal income tax on all those earnings, just like everybody else. EQUAL TAXES WILL GIVE G. I, JOI A CHANCE TO BE HIS OWN BOSS If you -want to know what tax inequality will do to you Si iJfflJjSvl' 111 y ° Ur "*"** afld ad -4^, to Bos 42, Iowa's Small Business Men's Association Des Moines, la. 207 Continental Bldg. Post Office Box 42 M' l " , Gi( : napP ' Chairman H. Paul Dee, Secretary Manchester, Iowa Fort Dodge, Iowa •Paul H. Martin, Vice-Chairman A M Adnmo TV» Des Moines, Iowa V&Urtw™^'*"™

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