Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1945 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 11, 1945
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»AOK FOUR The Good Old Days No. 17 Being a series of old-time pictures showing scenes of Algona and this store, and used in connection with our present Diamond Jubilee year celebration. MEMORIAL HELD AT WESLEY FOR JULIUS KUNZ JR. Wesley, Sept. 10 — Memorial was said Monday at 8:15 a. m. ~ f or 2nd Lt. Julius Kunz Jr., killed April 9 over Italy. He was born December 29, 1916, to Mr. 1 and Mrs. Julius Kunz, and attended the Wesley parochial and public school till his senior year in high school. He was graduated from St. Thomas Military Academy in St. Paul, Minn., in 1935 and received his law degree from the University of Iowa in 1941. He practiced law at Garner from January, 1942, till Sept., 1942, when he entered civilian pilot training Sept. 14, 1942, at KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA,^ IOWA J Supervisor's Daughter Weds—Harriet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schram, Titonka^ and S-Sgt. Herman Schutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bohno Schutter, west of Titonka, were married at 8 p. in. Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the Methodist church there, in a candlelight ceremony performed by the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, grandfather of the bride,.who used the double ring service. ' Lillian McLaughlin, of Milford, played nuptial music v/h:le the guests assembled, and just before ijH gregational church, Emmetsburg, the Rev. G. I. Ingle, pastor, performing a double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her fatherj wore a dress of ivory- starched chiffon, with butterfly rieckline and fitted bodice. Her r „ long veil was held in place by a, ward landscaping Juliet cap trimmed with pearls, I buildings and lawn spaces. cleverly written treatise on the hazards of amateur gardeners. The August meeting of the TUESDAY, SEPT ated into the order are Mesdames Iva Brooks, Letha Huston, Evn Potter, and Clara Sankey. Fol- club l wa? 1 h l eW"at"the"P. D W. camp,]lowing lodge there will be a-so- and members were taken, on a ciat time and lunch scryed Mrs., , tour of the grounds to Inspect |Bca Lynk is Noble Grand. Regu- nots lor a tug s -u,- . "« plahtings they had donated to-liar meeting dates arc the second;aopi. au, proceeds t,, i°' bc watt! landscaping areas around and fourth Tuesdays of thejuisablc-U veli..i-;,n« lo ^«« United day with tn : "t, M lore and she wore a string of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Her bouquet was white roses, with white satin streamers and pink rosebuds attached. Lois Schoenfeld, maid of honor, wore a floor-length dress of lavender taffeta, and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The bridesmaids, Eileen and Shirley Chinn, sisters of the bridegroom. wore chartreuse dresses, and, v „ their bouquets were lavender as-1 school last wee A business meeting was held at the. Officers Club rooms, and Lt. Col. Lobdell, Who gave a talk on work of the camp, told of crops that had been harvested by prison labor. . N«w, Teacheri Entertained— Holdover members of the Al- goria Educational Association monlh, and the Naomi circle date is the Friday before the fourth Tuesday. \ Corwiih Girl a Bride— Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers, veterans. Oilier First society will at Mrs George Corwiih, announce the marriage ! lor devotions ; of their daughter Ruth E. to Eugene Nelson 1 Merle A. Hargrave at the Trinily ' b '~ Methodist church, Los Angeles, July 27. Mr. Hargrave, son of v I,,, 10d Monday even- 1'erliaps nothing 'slunvs the irreat iHl'iVrcm-i' in (imes nnii the clmnircs Hiiit have been made in nor-i mal life (linn Hie AVHJ- in wliich drai'l calls left in this • war and in (lie war 01' 1917-iiMS. •'•' This picture shows one of (lie draft contingents .of 1!>17 and tlie crowd tluit gathered at the Northwestern station to see them leave. In today's draft calls the mini her sent each time is small, while In the former war it ran into !!()() at one time. Transportation now by bus Fs quick and often, whereas trains carried the load in those pavement- less days. Busses reach into every hamlet afonost, and today's draft calls in men from many counties in a day instead of one call to a county. To l»o seen at the riirht in this picture is tin; old Sperbeck-Lamhert hutlertuh factory, one of the early day institutions that at one time employed many men. Little remains of the buildings now, :- these having; been converted into coal sheds. New Fall Top Coats By Alpagora and- Slylcrest COVERTS - GABERDINKS - TWEEDS ALL WOOL AM) DELL'XK TAILORING 35.00 NEVER FIXER QUALITY The HUB Clothiers | ters, with neck bands and head Nazette, bands of black velvet. Best man was Dick Iowa City. Ushers at the church Were Roger Hughes and . 'Bud' Thompson, Dos Moines, Richard Ingle, Emmetsburg, Bob Jenson, Sutherland. The wedding march from Lohengrin was played by Mrs. Eugene Neville, mother of the bride,, who also played during the ' -- sang lowing was two Neville. Lewis, Spencer, poured. More than 10U out of town guests attended the wedding, and the church was filled to capacity. Mary Jane was graduated from ing" for new teachers. The committee in charge included Katherine Van Ness, Helen Comfort, Hattie Wilson, Donald Miller, Esther Quinby, Bertha Godfrey, and Antoinette Bonnstctter. Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Kravn are now at home at lf>17 So. Flower st., Los Angeles, 15. Emperor's 1 ,, club will meet inci i will Clayton 1 t'oreival's. revi^. cvenj, D. A. R. Officials Came— Mrs. Pearl cs: Mesdames gale and Didrikscn Members t'J take clevi State D, A, R. officers who at- i '- lish and dishes, tended the district meeting at the j A joint meeting of the] New teacher guests were Shir-1 Country Hub clubhouse hero tprian Women s Coun V ley Anliker, Anil Garver, Sophia; Thursday included Mosdamcs C. | Westminster Guild w . ',, t "" 1 ' 1 "' "' ' ' m Heercn, Elizabeth Johnston, Mrs. I A. Gnrlock. Fort Dodge; R. I.! night at Hie Katie Balk, Sadie Crahan, Helen Ink, Ml,. Vornon; Eugene Hcn- cil women members of W;is held U Thoc Townsend hall last week Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Geori'o Klcnk. nf gram. day evening for a business scs- Tilonka, siori and diversion. Mrs. Frieda i-nlrt^n Willey gave a scripture rcadn will celebrate their. The United Srrvicc wedding anni versa rv wll meet Sept. 17 at LCB' T Worincsrlay, Sept. 19. and will at 8 p. m. Circle 4 " cornmillee hold np^n linnso nl their home 2 lunch, Mrs. bride, in a floor-length gown of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, yale yellow, was fl6wcr girl and i Mr. and Mrs. Chinn arc spend- n«j*innfj««4 4Vtnl->**U n l.«.'j.1 _ 1 i. I. . . . c preceded the bride to the altar. Attendants were Lois Schram, sister of the bride, and Florence Schutter, sister of the bridegroom, who wore formals of blue and rose, Pfc. Clarence VanHove, cousin of the bridegroom, and Sgt. Arthur Loats. mg a short honeymoon at the Okobojis. D. A. R. Resumes Meetings— The D. A. R. first fall luncheon Pella. He was transferred to U. S. Army Air Corps in Sept. 1943. To Italy in January. From there he trained at Amarilla, Tex., Grand Forks', N. D., Santa Ana, Calif., and Hondo, Tex., where he was graduated as navigator and second lieuten- ana. From 1943, when he entered, ,.,„,.„, „,,•,-,,,, ™, T . , , • „ , the U S Air Corps till he went' wmle Herbert Schram sang The , Chubb, Ella Laird, and F. I. across' he received'no furlough, | Lo ^'s Prayer. . '— but was home in the fall of 1944' . .The 9 hurch was lighted with club's,, also one on Ihe Townsend •. They movorl from their farm to Ferguson's." This'wili h petition now in circulation. I town in December 1943. i Mrs. Beth Janse-Milkr It'was announced that another' I paying mcclnip ' benefit 500 card party would be To Observe Silver Wedding— , tamed eight "iiuosk m held: at the hall this week Fri-' Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice will Wednesday night •",trnni/~ day, evening, to which the pub- hold onon house at their home) " - "-WJOKS.; lif 1Q nnrrllflllV itlVlfprl ^ ««»»i»in 1 r^ri "rVTr^vtli TMTm'inrH r»n cinortf *M"*vf 1 vited. A guess-1 nn North Thorinfton street nnxtj TO ENTER COLLEGE I and program meeting, is being ing-contest was held. j ^^^^^.,^^2^ ; ^Richard Halpin has ^ held this afternoon at Mrs. j Hortense Ferguson's. Hostesses -\r tp " Following exchange of vows ! are members of the year's pro- , Mr. and-Mrs. Schutter and their ' gram committee and include: I A , „ A - A . u .,, , - • ... attendants knelt at the altar ;Mesdames Antone Johnson, Ethel, a "d.candidates who will be mill- i wedrling anniversary. The daurh- discharge from the servim Rebekahs to Initiate Four— !tr>r Mrs. Charlos DuChnrme, De- he and his wife, the former Rcibekah lodge will meet at thejtroit, nnrl her two children, who Scanlan, will leave Sent. 1 this evening at 8 : name Wednesday, are at the Rice Ames, where Richard will i college. on a 3-day delay enroute to tal1 Chapman, Lu Verne. The program for the year is tapers in crystal hold- miscellaneous and today Mrs. California. His last months inif 1 ^' a ™* ^ altar , arca nacl . bas " j I ? tnc i Chubb will give a talk on the States were spent at Le- moorc and March Fields, Calif. He left the States in January, this year, for Italy, where he was stationed with the 15th air force. At the time of his death he was flying as navigator in a B-24 on its 12th mission. Missing Last April. April 9 their plane went down over Bologna, Italy, and they were reported missing. Sept. 6 , t kets of pastel Mr. and Mrs. colored glaiclous. Schutter received congralulations in the church the San Francisco peace conference. New officers will be installed by Mrs.' D. D. Paxson, vestibule, after which a rccep- past regent, and Mrs. W. L. lion was held and lunch served , Whitney, past chaplain. in the church dining room. The bride's net and lace with train, and her veil was held Burgess, chaplain; Belh Annis, in place by a tiara of seed pearls, i recording secretary; Ella Thomp- She carried an arm bouquet of son, corresponding secretary; gown was white over white satin Officers arc: Mrs. B. L. Palmer, regent; Mrs. Antone Johnson, vice-regent; Mrs. F. Earl yellow roses. Mrs. Claire Anderson, treasurer; and , Both bride and bridegroom arc Mrs. D. P. Smith, registrar, . the war department reported his graduates of Buffalo consolidated Mrs. Helen Paxson, historian. ,,,, .1 » ' nign scn ° o1 - Mrs - Schutter also The regular meeting date is While at March Field, Calif., I attended the State Teachers and the second Tuesday in each Julius crew was named nrew- of for several years had taught, the month. : last two years ^a't Mliford. •Sergeant Schutter arrived I Gounly Garden Club Meets— home from overseas Aug. 30 on! T|I C county Garden club met 30 days furlough. jat the high school building last • i week Monday, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau Mary Jane Neville Weds— presiding, and roll call was ans- Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. < wered by naming favorite lil- and Mrs. Eugene Neville, Em- ! ics. Program chairman was Mrs. metsburg, and Gerald K., son of O. F. Peterson, who was out of Moines, were married Sunday a'f- excerpts read from the book, ternoon.at 4 o'clock at the Con-1 "It's Fun to Grow Weeds," a the week, and was recorded the best record in ground and flying training and overall demeanor. In Italy his squadron was given secial recognition for flying the longest mission any four motor bomber made in the Euro- can theater. While at the university he was a member of Sigma Nu social Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Chinn, Des town but had'arranged to have fraternity, and of Phi Delta Phi, "-'--- -—< '" ' - - .. - professional law fraternity. While practicing law at Garner he was a member of the Hancock County Bar association, Lions club, and Chamber of Commerce. Father Died in February. He is survived' by his mother, Mrs. Marie Kunz, - two sisters, June Adele and Mary Adine. His ! father died February 12, 1945. A sister Maxine died in January 1924. ,;;^ The local Legion Post was in charge of military honors at the mass. BRYANT SCHOOL MAINTAINS OWN PATROL SYSTEM i j Children at Bryant school are j safety conscious and state pa! trolmen have credited the , school's program as responsible i for no traffic accidents. School "patrolmen" are selected from fifth and sixth grade pupils, and two serve weekly at intersections near the school to see that children cross the streets safely. The "patrolmen" are on duly before' and after school and at noon. Boys who served as "patrol|,men" last week were Tommy ] Montgomery and Calvin Curtis. I The program was in effect last year for the first time. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5350 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 and Testament of J. F. Finley, deceased, xdated November 20, 1955, having Been this day filed, opened and read Monday, the 24th day of September, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all person^ interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any .they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 4, 1945. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. H. W. MILLER, Attorney, Algona, Iowa. l YOU WILL LOVE These New Fall Hats Dobbs and Caxton Soft rich shades of Coco Brown, Blues and Grays $5 $6.50 $10 Clothiers LEUTHOLD.WJLLJAMS COMPANY ANNIS FURS d *M»| 11 mchilles © IT ©> S3, 2S ANSIS FUJI-COATS are backed by the unqualified guarantee of a fur Company that lias been doing business in Detroit for over 50 years. I" addition, you have the reputation of this store (75 years iu business) to ba<-k every i'ur coat sold. These are facts to remember when buying your new fur coat. We carry a complete stock of fine AKMS fur coatts right In Algona and you bu)< them from Mr. Clirischilles, who will give you the truth about what you buy. There is a satisfaction in buying a QUALITY fur coat like an AX- NIS and buying it from a store that is honest and. truthful. We show a beautiful Persian black coat (Illustrated) as well as a large stock of rich, prime muskrats and northern seals iu both black and dark brown. Come in when you get ready to buy your new Fall fur coat and consult Mr. Clirischilles. We guarantee all our fur coats under the liberal policy of this store that the customer must be satisfied. rise Kill es

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