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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 12, 1942
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The Algotia Upwr DM Molbaes, 660 REGISTER FOR SUGAR BOOKS AT LUVERNE LATELY LuVerne: When the registery for Ration Book No. 1 was completed In LuVerne, there were 496 in Kos- •uth county and 164 from Humboldt who had made application for them. •The regstratlon was made under the supervision of Mrs. Vernon Stribley and her assistants were Mrs. Max Patterson, Marjorie Farmer, Dorothy Genrlch, Arlene Boy- aen, Evelyn Van Court, Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Kenneth Sorensen, the Rev. L. Wittenburg, the Rev. K. E. Whitney and J. Arnold Hjelle. From the census taken earlier, it was believed that only one or two people In the district failed to make application. Injured When Ralph, 20 months old son Of Mr. and Mrs. .Elmer Geiter of near Grundy Center, struck a tomato juice bottle against a hard substance, the bottle exploded and a piece of the glass penetrated the boy's eye. Doctors were unable to restore the sight of the eye. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items The Bmll Krafts spent Sunday at the R. G. Sorchardts in East Chain. (Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent Sunday at the Harley Shellitos In Spencer. Marjorie Jensens, Bagley, spent the week end at the parental Roy Jensens. The Roy Jensens and Maxlne Flalg attended the senior 'class play at Dolliver Monday. The Alfred Jorgensens spent Sunday at the WilHam Altweggs, Grand Meadow, Minn. Samuel Whitehouse, Ottumwa, came the past week for a visit at the Rev. C. S. Whitehouse home. (Mary Ann Flaig, Mason City spent from Thursday evening until Sunday at the parental Frank Flaigs. Mrs. L. B. Hollister, who has been at Spirit .Lake, Is now visiting at the W. C. Helters. Mr. Hollister_.b employed at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. T. E. McGowan, Cedar Rapids, came Thursday evening to the C. E. Householders. She left on Sunday to visit the William Barkers at Swea City. The Ladies' Mite society held its ,/WWSW^^ Baby Chick Prices REDUCED Leghorns _____________________________ $9.40 Leghorn Pullets _____________________ $18.90 Heavies _____ _ ________________________ $9-90 (Including Giants, Austra-Whites and Leifnorns, Rocks) Heavy Pullets _______________________ $13.90 Heavy Cockerels ______________________ $8.90 Leghorn Cockerels ____________________ $1.90 Leg-Eock Cockerels ____________________ $4.90 Thousands of started chicKs up 10 3 weeks old on hand, reduced as much as $2.00 per hundred. Corns early and get the best selection. By having your brooder houses ready you may save a trip. , , , • Hamilton Hatcheries BANCROFT AND TTTONKA wvww &(®8X$XX3Z^^ Warning! Once more I want to warn you that men's work shoes are getting scarce. Many of the shoe factories are pulling their traveling mren off the road. Most factories are already sold up . Another thing, shoes for civilian trade will be higher in price and of poorer quality. I have over 700 pairs on hand yet, but the way they are going out they will soon be gone. Our Chippewa retan welt shoe that we sell for $3.25 is now priced at $3.35 wholesale a*t the factory. We have other work shoes at $2.25, $2.48, and $2.98, all at old prices. Now is your time to buy. We do not care to sell more than two pairs to anyone person for his own individual use. Families buy a . pair for each one in the family. Last week one family bought eight pairs. 1-ots of families buy four to six pairs. I want to make what I have on hand go all around instead of some having more than they need and others not any. The army is getting the shoes and that is as it should be. They are mopping up the Japs. The only safe place for a treacherous Jap is the bottom of the ocean. I cannot think of a place for Hitler and Laval, even Hell would be too good for them. Jimmie Neville meeting and a pot luck lunch at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. The ne*t meeting will be with Mrs. Harry Hobson. (Mrs. Lloyd James and Ann Duda were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the W. G. Flaigs. Margaret Lawson and Fern Beall were Thursday evening- dinner guests there. The American Legion Auxiliary held Its meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt. A food sale will be held in conjunction with poppy day. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Francis Foley. The W. G. Flaigs were Sunday dinner guests of the W. M. Shermans, Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, dro.vethere, Mrs. L^wis returning wjth 1 the Flaigs for a week's visit. Mrs. Flalg will start Monday, teaching at Bancroft for three weeks. (Mrs. MeMe Jorgensen and daughter of Ledyard spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Mrs. Worthington left Saturday evening for Chicago, where she will visit her daughter, Edith, R. N., who has joined the navy and will soon leave for duty. (Mr. and Mrs. George Klenk and Mrs. Schram of Trtonka spent Saturday with the M. E. Blanchards. Mrs. Bolster, Mrs. Mary Stoddard and Mrs Albert Thompson were recent visitors there. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard, Mrs. Alex Krueger and the Delmar Angus family attended the Bancroft senior class pfay on Thursday evening. CORWFTH SOLDIER COAST HOME ON LEAVE (Corwith: Robert Barracks, son of Mr. and Mrs.~~Glen Barracks, is home on a 15-day furlough. Rob- .ert is with the U. S. army in California, and is m the medical division.. A sister, Mrs. William Johnson and baby s'on of Oklahoma City, Okla., came to visit at the home .of her parents while her brother is home. Her husband "Bill" who is a reporter for the Oklahoma City paper, is expected home in a few days for a short visit, after which he plans to leave to enter th^ navy us a naval photographer. Former Old-Time Burt Resident Buried There Burt: Frank Sroufe, who died on Thursday at his home in Lake Crystal, Minn., following a long illness, was brought here for burial Saturday. Rev. H. W. Jackman had charge of a short service at the cemetery. Mr. Sroufe, who was 87 years of age, lived in Burt many years ago. Chester Bailey, Algona, is his stepson. His wife died many years ago. From the Files THE SHOE MAN x^<x&%xoxf&a^ Coat Sale An Unusual Opportunity to Get a Spring Coat at a Savings! GROUP ONE Values to $12.95 Sale Price OO GROUP TWO Values to $14.95 Sale Price GROUP THREE Values to $17.95 Sale Price 00 GROUP FOUR Values to $22.50 Sale Price BUY NOW J)epartmenl Stores BUY NOW TEN YEARS AG6 Six persons were injured, some seriously, when their car was struck by another car ignoring the stop signal at an intersection just north of Algona. The injured were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Isenberger, Stella Isenberger of Burt, Gail Isenberger of Clarion, Mrs. Niels Godfredson and son, Edward, of Burt. Mayor Specht wrote a .paragraph of advice about careless driving and pertaining to the accident. * * * Among those tf> receive rides In the Register and Tribune autogiro when it visited here were Alice Payne, D. E. Dewel, P. P. Zerfass, M, H. Falkonhainer, Leighton Misbach, June Corey and J. F. Overmyer. * * * Marion MoMahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, had been honored at Ames by being elected president of Delta Delta Delta sorority and president of the Wo- mari's Pan Hellenic ' Association. The Upper Des Moines carried a picture of her on the front page. * * * Coach. Bonham was ttoJdngr 12 memberB of his crack team to Mason City for the state district track meet. '• * * A meeting was held for the purpose of organizing a post for the Veterans of Foreign Wars here. Veterans of the World War and the Spanish-American war were eligible. * * * A tragic accident f tiled George Belling, 21, of Fin!fl"snn, Minn, an employee of a grading company who was working near here A two-ton bn-ket operated by a revolving gasoline crane was dropped on his head. TWENTY YEARS AGO A big mij-is meeting at the citizens cf Ko.'jsuth county had ibeen called to boost and help locate the new Yeomen Orphan's and Olc People's home in Kossuth county Kossuth county is the birth place of the Yeoman society. * • » Two of Algona's new automobiles had crashed by the Algona Hotel One, a Buick, driven by John Vaughn, Jr., and the other, a Ford was driven by George Spongberg The Ford was badly damaged. * * * Archie Hutchison, local representative of the White Star steamship line, had been invited to 'be a guest at a dinner on the Majestic, the largest ship afloat. Mr. Hutchison said he would be unable to go to New York to attend. * * * Sixty-seven members f>t the high school class of 1922 were to hear Judge Fredrick F. FaviHe of the state supreme court, in the commencement exercises. This was the largest class in history of the local schools. J. F. Overmyer, superintendent, said it was equal in number to the whole number of pupils in the high school of just a few years before. ? * • * At a meeting of the Pjocahontas Red Cross, Antoninette Bonnstetter, an Algona girl, was retained for the coming year. Miss Bonnstetter was highly commended for her efficient work as county nurse. A Ford coupe had been purchased for her use in the work. WIFE OF HENRY ZHM,ST.JOE, DIED MAY 3RD St. Joe. Services were h&ld from St. Joseph's Catholic church Wednesday forenoon for Mrs, Henry Zelmet, 80, Iponeer resident in this neighborhood. She had been ill for some time and passed away Sunday at her home. She 14 survived by her husband and nine children. She was born October 2, 1861, and was married to Henry Zelmet in the local Catholic church in 1882, sixty years ago. The past forty years the Zeimets have lived in the St. Joe neighborhood. Sunday was First Communion Day in St. Joseph's church. A large number attended the St, Joseph's music recital Wednesday evening. Mrs. Orville Wagner and Infant. Judy Kay came home the middle of the week from the McCreery hospital at-Whlttemore. Mrs. 1 Henry Faber from Castleton, North Dakota, returned to her home Thursday evening after a several weeks' 1 visit here. Mrs. Faber Is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Fuhrmann. John Origer and Mr. and Mrs. John Faber and Adele attended the funeral of Mrs. Nick .Origer at Es- thervllle Wednesday morning. Mrs. Origer was an aunt of John Orig- and Mrs. Faber. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer and family and Anita Stattleman from Lakota spent Sunday at the Joe Stattleman home. Anita, who Spent the past month at the Vollmer home remained here. Seneca Juniors Banquet Seniors at Estherville Thursday Seneca: The Seneca junior-senior banquet was held at the Gardston Hotel, Estherville Thursday evening, May 7. The tables were decorated with blue and white, carrying out a Dutch garden theme. The •place cards were little Dutch windmills, with the individual's picture looking out the open door. Menu and programs were little Dutch girls and favors were a bowl of tulips, made from colored gum drops. The following program was given with Darel Dotson as toastmaster giving "The Flying Dutchman"; "The Ljtltle Dutch Girlf', Lloyd Wilberg; "The Little Dutch Boy," Donna Jean 1 Bollig; "Tiptoe thru the Tulips" and "The Little Dutch Mill" by the senior girls; "Boating on the Canals", Dorothy Burt; "The Little Dutch Mill," Mr. Slagle; duet. Marjorie Osborn and Frank Seeley; Class song, juniors; Prophecy, Dorothy Clemenson; Class Will, Patricia Kennedy and a song by all. Fourteen to Graduate From Eighth Grade In Wesley Parochial Wesley: A class of 14 will graduate from the eighth grade of tha parochial school Sunday, May 17th. They are Duane Studer, Gerald Llckteig, Patricia Erdman, Marjorie Lickteig, Marjorie Gouge. Gayle Brobec, Bernadine Johnson, Anna Mae Hirner, Ronald Yeggp, Joseph Studer, Lawrence Kellner, George Weig, Delmar Sherman and Raiph Stalzer. They have chosen the sweet pea as their class flower and gold and light blue as their colors. Their motto is "Climb Though the Rocks be Rugged." Pages are to be Conrad Wingert, Marvin Berger, Mary Ann Eggert and Helen Smith. Mrs. Harold Phillips Heads Progressive Club of LuVerne LuVerne: The Progressive Womans' club held its picnic Friday afternoon at the community hall, Instead of at the park as originally planned. Nineteen members and one guest Were present. A gift was presented to Edna Schutt, who will teach in Burlington next year. Mrs. Harold Phillips was selected to serve as president for the next year to take the place of Mrs. Vernon Stribley who resigned from that office. This was the last meeting of the club year and various plans for the new year's work were discussed. Mrs. Gartner, Titonka, Moves to Lebanon, Mo. Near Soldier Husband Titonka: Mrs. L. G. Gartner mov* ed her household goods to bebaiv non, Mo., recently where she and Rev. Gartner will make their home while Rev. Gartner, is stationed a' Ft. Leonard Wood. The Harold Gartners moved to the L. G. Gart ner residence Saturday and Mr. am Mrs. Norris Keil and family moved to the Andrew Petersen house vac a ted by the Harold Gartners, Light Frost Noted in Union Township Union: A light frost doing damage only in the very lowest spots followed last week's cold wave. A few farmers had some corn planted Appfe trees are in the heaviest o: bloom this year and we will be fortunate if we can escape a killing frost. If all the blossoms materialize it may be necessary to thin them out to -ease the weigh on the branches. WESLEY NEWS Bunday dinner guests at the Hubert O'Brien home honoring Mr and Mrs. Leslie O'Brien of Burl were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and daughter, Elizabeth, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard OTBrlen of Burt, Mrs. H. M. Thilges and Valeria of Bode, Mrs. Cath erine O'Brien. 1 and Edmund Jack Spurgeon of Whlttemore and Miss Frances Hurley of Rolfe. ,., -*>'',•-'{ -'; t ' ,, ' 'i.,<,if''*i Former Lakotan Dies in Emmestbur* Home :'. Mr. And Mft. Frahtl " . . . Adams v attertded ths" furt®f«I FfaftW father, O. D. Adams, af Emmetsburg last Week Monday morning. Marjorie and Joyce Adams, daughters Of George Adarris, who have stayed with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mm, Art Lester, accompanied them to fflmmeuburg. Mr. Adams, «9,,had been ill since last fait and went to Iowa City In November for treatment, then came home and again spent several weeks at the Iowa City hospital in the winter, ibut was at home when he passed away. Ho leaves 6 sons, Francis D. of Lakota, George of Burlington, Raymond, Thomas, Vincent and Leo and his widow and -several grandchildren. The family lived In La» kota for a time and moved from here about 13 years ago. LOCALS Mr. and MM. -W. C. Dau and family spent MothersJ^Day at Swca City with Mrs. Dau's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Peter Bhlers. Mrs. R. A. Evans is the official delegate from Chapter BW of P. E. O. attending the state convention In Des Moines this week.' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yoeman and four children of Webster City, arrived Saturday for the week end in the parental G. C. Yoeman home. Roger Rlicliel and Dorothea Bjustrom have passed the special advanced Red Cross wat«r I safetiy examination at Dakota Wesleyan college. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen were dinner guests of the letter's niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter of Lone Rock Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wiliams entertained their parents, Mr. and Mrs. CHet Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey at a Mothers' Day dinner Sunday. Mrs. L. M. Owens, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Merle Housh in Des Moines, fell recently and fractured bones in her left, shoulder and arms. She' has been in Des Moines since Christmas. Sirs. Florence Byvank, Osage, spent the Mothers' Day week end with her daughters and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen. Mrs Byvank also attended the Bctn Sigma Phi Mothers' Day breakfast. The Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson are the parents of their first child, a boy born Friday evening at the Kossuth hospital. He has been named Conrad Birger and he weighed 6 pounds and 11 ounces at birth. Rev. Nelson is pastor of the First Lutheran church.' Forest Hall, Fremont, Indiana, arrived Monday afternoon for a visit with her uncle, Roy Smith and family of Cresco township. She was accompanied by Mrs. Lee Kinsey and daughter Nancy, and Miss Darlene Dean also of Fremont who are visiting at Corwith. Mrs. W. C. Dau and Mrs. Jesse Deem will go to Walnut, Iowa, tonight (Tuesday) to attend the high school graduation exercises of the latter's son. Mr. and Mrs. Deem have recently moved to Algona and their son finished out the school year at Walnut. Mr. Deem is the new Skelgas man. Lucille Black, Janice Barta, Jean Kinsey, Helen Corey, Phyllis Parsons, Dorothy Lane, Helen MoaJ, Eleanor Fraser, Mrs. Kenneth Knucjsen and Mrs. R. B. Waller are planning attending the state convention of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority held in Des Moines Frit- day through Sunday of this week. Airs. Eleanor Twogood and Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews spent Wednesday and Thursday of labt week in Des Moines. The Andrews attended the osteopathlc convention and Mrs. Twogood visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Siberts. Mrs. TwOgood is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iM. P. Haggard, while her husband is in Annapolis taking some special navy training. Mrs. John Talfty left' last weelj for Los Angeles, California, after *Kd Be* JWband ia At ©a** <»&«> She will atso vlilt 6the? fMtttlves on, the w«t a&asi* SKe ha* brieff emildyed the past f«W year* In Ces Mdlnefl. Thwe families have moved to Algona front Belle Plane within the past week. They at 1 e Mr. and Mr«. Virgil Smith, Mr. a«d Mrs. Don Wlese and son Wayne, and Mr, and Mrs, Wallace MoOrew. They are all connected with Western Buyers, a livestock firm. The Wlene family live In the . Dentil* Prfett house on Nebraska street and the MeGrews haVe one ot the new Cow- Afl apattmeM*. Mf. and Mri. Smith Aft net, jfct ptwflanfntlfc Aettle V««t« Motif**** Week end with M*. And Mrs. ,„ Hedto. M*. aMMfif. Rtittell Me*rt, Whittmaj*. arid Mf. Attd MM. Kenneth Media And Sandra of GraetMn|ef 'Also were guests in the parental asm Medln home. Mf. and Mrt. tttfllllte* and Mrs. fflrtl- mert are parents and grandmother respectively of Mrs. Russell Medlrt And they will spend some time (n Whlttemore before returning, Mrs: Rusaell Medln will go back with them and Mrs. Sam Medln will go aft far aa Dubugue • where she 1 will visit another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. tiarl Medln. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. Notice is hereby given that 'by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in Bald Court on the 16th day of April, 1912, in favor of John Hohenberger, as executor of the estate of George HoheixberBer, deceased, as plaintiff. and against C. H. Beardsley and Florence C. Beardsley as defendants. for the sum of $3817.64 Dollars anil costs, taxed at $81.30 Dollars and accruing costs, I liav« levied upon tlio following described real property &s the property of the said C. H. Beard- Bley and Florence C. Beardsley to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The South One Half of Lots .Three (3) and Four (4) In Block Number Seventy-two (72), Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as .may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to tlig hlgh«nt bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 23rd day of May, 1942, at the east door of the Court House In Algona. in Kossuth County, Iowa, «J the hour of ]0 o'clock a. m., of said day. when and -where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of April, 1942. ' A. J. COGLEY. Sheriff of Kossuth County. Iowa. Van Ness and Brunson, plaintiff's attorney. 18-19 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, PS, No. 4894 In District Court, March Term, 1942. To \\i Whom It May Concern; You ere hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Margaret Fa'ber, deceased, dated June 25. 1941, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday, the 29th day of May, 1942, 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 paid Court; t>.nd at 10 o'clock A, M., of the day above mentioned all persona 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 WW and Testament of said deceased, Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 4, , KATHARINE MC EVOY. Clerk of District Court By T. HOWPZBAUBB, Deputy. 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Hutchison •Theodore C. HUtchlSdn Security State Bank Building P-hone 281 . ' ..' < Algbna, ft J. Van Ness Allen A. BrUnson VAN NESS A BHUN8ON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in sew Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, I*. Qaylord D, Shumway Edw. D. Kelly y SHUMWAY * KKtfcT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,, Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 .ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM IVWHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 206 MNNAN A LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa i Phone *M Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) • Office in Hutchison Bulldln* PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. PHYSICIAN & N SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 82» ALGONA. IOWA a H. CRETZBfEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MBLVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 1M Across from F.'S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice ' Special attention triven to non-surar- Ical treatment of rectal diseases; varicose veins and rupture. DR. H. M. OLSON DENTTST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. ""hone, Business 168. .Residence 788 ALGONA,, IOW.A KRESENSKY DR. HAROTJJ MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to disease* of heart and chest. Sawyer Bide.. 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS " DR. Ci V? SCHAAP - { t DENTIST lutchison Bldg. •, Phone 188 les. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa ' A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store 'hpne Office 69 Residence 889 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 110 PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low Costs THE RELIABLE DECORATORS Kermit Forbes—phone 698 Merle Webster—phone 786 i Mllo Rentz—phone 9?-W. Typewriter Paper 500 Sheflti 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will, make an excellent .school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines H. W, POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long disance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. ATTACK! x ATTACK! ATTACK! 'i »tt»cUi>g en (rest DMlM boow it burnt, t9fl. t TIW who »»vi» »tt«ck

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