FATHER OF FORMER LAKOTA TEACHER PASSES IN OMAHA Lakota: Mrs. A. A. Anderson received word last week of the death of Mrs. Bekedahl's father, Mr. Joostad, at a hospital in Omaha where he had been confined since Feb. 8 "when he was taken HI on his way to Arizona accompanied by his wife. Mr. Joostad suffered a cur accdent while his daughter was teaching in Lakota a year ago and death was caused from the injury. Jennie Swalve missed school 'last week while suffering with flu. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus entertained relatives at four tables of cards recently. Carl and Mike Christ were hosts nt the Lutheran Brotherhood meeting at the church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Johnson o Grant Center spent Sunday vis iting Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mi- Marie Stroebel. Mrs. A. C. Schissel, who is i a hospital at Rochester, Minn., i showing improvement followin •a major operation more than tw weeks ago. Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnaue entertained three teachers, thi Misses Ahlstrom and Viviai Strand and Mrs. Wilson-Jones a dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hertzke came home recently from severa weeks visit with Paul's brothers at Greeley, Colorado. The Hertz- kes report a very enjoyable trip The Andrew Jansens attended the silver wedding anniversary ol Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Loats at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs. Jansen and Mr. Loats are sister and brother. Reports are that Carl Gerzema's sister's 4'/ 2 months old baby, Harry Ketwick. i.s critically ill at the Buffalo Cenlur hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Gerzema have been making trips to see them. Mrs. Lena Steenhard's sister Mrs. Chas. Halgerson and thre' children of Bricelyn, Minn., visited Mrs. Steenhard several days last week and her husband rime Sunday and took his family home Mrs. Ray Hertzke and children Spent last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtjes, at Granada, Minn. Ray drove up there Sunday and brought them home and they were entertained for supper at the A. A. Andersons. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason Civy Friday and her sister Lena, who teaches there accompanied her home for the Easter vacation. Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht and J. H. Warburton accompanied her on the trip for some shopping. Mrs. Louisa Gemelke and daughter Anita of Pilger, Neb., spent last week visiting at the Milton Prices. Mrs. Gemelke is the mother-in-law of the daughter, Margaret, of Mr. and Mrs. Price who is making her home with her parents while her husband is overseas in Italy. SON OF WM. BATTS, BURT, IN EUROPE, GIVEN COMMISSION Burt: Cablegrams were received Monday toy Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt of Burt 'and Mrs, Wm. " Batt of Irvington from Wm. N. . N. Batt with the 44th Division in the 7th Army overseas, which stated: "Have received commission. Am well and fit. Best wishes to all. Love. Junior." Junior as he is better known to many Kossuth people, has been in France since last September and is a member of an anti-tank company. His wife and son, Roger, are making 'their home with gaxattto^^ Societies and Clubs Betty Ruth Cass, sister of Rev. Edw. Cass, helped with the Sunday morning service at the Methodist church by giving a chalk talk as she drew a picture of ihe three crosses on Calvary during a song service. Miss Cass has been helping with the evangelistic meeting at Ledyard the past week. She is a student at Upper Iowa University. his parents, Mr. Seips, Irvington. and Mrs. Carl The last letter Nanny Bruns and Bob Anderson Meet In Patton's 3rd Army Bob Amunson and Nanny Bruns were finally able to get together the other day after missing each other on several occasions by only a hair's breadth. Both are with Patton's third army, in the 6th armored division, Nanny in the signal corps, and Bob in the antiaircraft, and they learned they were practically next door neigh- jors. The Amunsons received a etter Monday telling of the meet- ng. Bob, who is the son of Dr. and VIrs. A. W. Amunson, had not ireviously seen anyone from tome. Nanny, whose real name s Clarence, is the husband of Mrs. <Vrdella Bruns, who is manager of he new Sears, Roebuck Store. He vas employed at the A. & P. Store jefore going into service. received from Cpl. Batt was written Feb. 28, hence this news comes as a happy surprise to his parents, wife and friends. BASKETBALL SPOT LIGHT FOR LOCAL QUINT The basketball season has come to a close. The first squad played a total of 18 games and won 5 and lost 13 while the seconds played 16 games and lost three. Of this year's squad seven are seniors as follows: Bill Boettcher, Carol Reynolds, Eugene Geilen- teldt, Roland Christensen, Melvin Graham, Ed Smith and Officer. Mrs. M. E. Polhemus will entertain members of the Sewing Circle at 'her home Friday. Townsehd Officers Meet- Officers of Aigona Townsen Club No. 1 met with Mrs. Elle Bjustrom Tuesday everting, Marc, 27. Plans were laid for a Meet ing at the American Legion hall Burt, on Thursday evening, Apfi 5. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller o Des Moines, Townsend represen' tatives, will be guest speakers At 9:00 o'clock there will be a dance with a Fort Dodge orchestra furnishing the music. It was announced that the next regular club meeting, would be held Tuesday evening, April 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A M. Anderson. 500 will be played following the business session. Nominations were made for a new club officer with the election on April 3. Oswald Thilges Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges of St. Benedict entertained at a family dinner party Sunday evening at 6:00 o'clock at their home. Guests were Mrs. Mary Dole and Marvel of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and family/of Lu- Verne, Mrs. H. M. Thilges and family of Bode, Ann Genrich of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thilges and family of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of Gal, Melvin braith, Mr. and Mrs. Herma Charles Thilges and family of Fenton, M and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien an family of Algona, Harold Smil of Algona and Bill Hintz of 1 Verne. day evening. Light "were served at the close bf Sdolai hour. 6arden Club— """' The Kossuth County Garden 6lub meets Monday, April 2. at 7:45 In the high school. Glen fia- ney will .have charge of the ipfd- gram. LOCALS the tfaltaml feft sent .to-FralHte atJStlt B&elhj and Is In ffdht Use* sSfVkfi, Mn »Bgli Past retiM-ned Sain* day ffofft Lificdlh, NeB,, Mr, and Mrs. 2. Decker of Ft. Dodge visited the letter's mother. Mrs. Flora Gabrielle, Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Dati, of Whlttcmore, was a guest Wednesday at the home of her son, "amily. William, and Mrs. Belle Reyolds went to Titonka Sunday to spend a few days at the Frank Berger home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seip and family of Irvington were Sunday guests >at the Don Fraser home Mrs. Marilyn Johnson returned from Eagle Grove Monday where she had visited the John Hartels Mrs. John Scott was taken to the Algona hospital Monday af- • BIBB • Jack Shelley WHO newscaster and war correspondent, just returned from Europe WILL SPEAK Wed. Night, April 4 8:30 P. M. Algona High School Auditorium Open to the General Public. Adm. 50c (Tax inc.) SPONSORED BY ALGONA LIONS CLUB iernoon following a severe attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby came from Algona Sunday and will spend a few weeks with her parents, the Rob Moores. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove have purchased-a house in Algona and plan to move there in April. Their home here will be sold. Henry Rosenau of Cambridge, Minn., visited at the Judy and Myron Cunningham homes recently. He is a nephew of Mrs. Jody Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Krohnberg and two small daughters oX Alden, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Allen Hinckley home. Mr. Krohnberg is a brother of Mrs. Hinckley. Mrs. Zelma Getner who has spent the past three weeks with her parents, 'the Jake Giffords, left Friday for Chicago where she was to join her husband before going to Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manus received word of the arrival of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manus of Milwaukee last week. The Albert Manus's have one Birthday Club Meets- Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mrs Frank Ostrum were hostesses t a group of eight ladies which com prise a birthday club. Honoree Monday evening were Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Mary Guderian Dinner was served at Selzer's after which the ladies repaired to the Mrs. Helberg home where cards furnished the evening amusement. High score winner was Mrs. Zelda Brown, low score Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Birthday Party- Mr, and Mrs. Vaughan Rising entertained at a family dinner Sunday honoring the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson whose birthdays fall about a week aipart. 'Mrs. Florence Peterson and son Ronald were also present. With the Risings' son Jon the family was complete as to Algona residents. USO Meeting:— A meeting was held Tuesday af- .ernoon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Beardsley to choose a nominating committee for the county USO women. Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Fred Geigel were chosen for this committee. Sewing: Club— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained the members of her sewing club Little Adrls Jane, daughter of VTr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, has >een unable to attend school the past few days due to an attack of sthma. ' Mrs. W. B. Laird returned to her lome at Sioux Falls, S. D., Wednesday after a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma Cos- rove. Mrs. Cosgrove had a re- ent attack of asthma and was aken to the Kossuth hospital for short time. She .is now suffi- iently recovered to be able to etufn to her home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle of \ustin, Minn., were week-end juests at the Dr. Harry McCorkle home. Ray is employed in the Hormel Packing plant. A recent letter tells of the landing of their son, Donnie, in Italy. He had trained as a paratrooper but had been transferred, probably temporarily, to the infantry. Mrs. Pearl Potter left Tuesday for Long Beach, California, for a few weeks with her sons, Durwcod and Lyman and families. The men are employed in a ship yard. Sherwood, twin brother of Durwood, and at one time manager of „ — - -~ -™-_ W-..J . < UW«f TT 4 , Vt , She visited her sbn, Capt. "B6b Post and family. She made th acquaintance of her" gfanddaUgh tef, Susan Kay, aged four months Enroute home she stopped ifl Council Bluffs • I6r a few day With a friend, Mrs. R, O. Gafd ner, nee Bessie Hubbard, a former Algonan. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby at* tended the funeral of Mrs. Chas Fuller at Bfadgate Friday, Mrs Fuller was an aunt of Mrs. Lusby She was 76 years of age and for the past year Had been at a convalescent home in HumboMt due to arthritis, She had been a resident of Bradgate all of her life and will be remembered by several Algonans who met her here While visiting at the E. P. Fuller home. June Corey attended the DCS Moines Register and Tribune's dinner for a group of officers and committee chairmen of the Iowa Press Worhen which was held at the Des Moines club Saturday evening. During the evening the group made a transcription which will .be broadcast this evening, Thursday, at 7 o'clock over station KRNT on the "We the Editors Speak" program. June is the third or fourth speaker on the program. Jean Buthman, whose home Is in Sioux City but who ia attending school at Cedar Falls, arrived Saturday for a week's visit with Marian McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire. Marian is a student at Cornell college in Mt. Vernon. Miss Buthman is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Buthman, former district superintendent of the Methodist church. The family lived 'here several years prior to Rev. Buthman's conference change to Sioux City. THMSDAV, «5/ NX T.HE-".. .. FIGHTING IAD Spotlight On You For Easter LEADS THE EASTER PARADE With Quality Foods at a Savings! Fresh From Ncary Farms (Point Free) IOWA EGGS Mr. Farmer—Bring Us Your Eggs—We Pay Highest Prices Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for Easter Feasting Texas Marsh Seedless Size 96 •* A GRAPEFRUIT |l| for Louisiana Fresh STRAWBERRIES ««_ Pint Box .". JOG California Size 220 Navel ORANGES mt _ Doz 41 C \Mexican Fancy Select TOMATOES M- Lb. Carton 4 1C California Size 60 Head LETTUCE Head 39c id lie Idaho Utility Russet POTATOES 10 Ib. mesh Bag Yellow ONION SETS Ib. 56c 29c Jane Parker completely Iced and Decorated EASTER CAKE, 30 oz. size Use Coffee That's 5 ways better! Vigorous and Winey BOKAR COFFEE '. 2 Ibs- 54s $2.03 Sunnyfield Enriched FLOUR Bag 50 Ib. Bag Fortified Evap. Milk !>/> pts. WHITE HOUSE QE _ 4 Tall Cans OUC Staley's Creamed CORN STARCH •»_ 1 Ib. Pkg 1C So'hulze-Burch Fresh GINGER SNAPS AA- 1 Ib. Pkg &UG Clapp's Asstd. Strained BABY FOODS 4fij oz. Can .... 7c LAST CALL! Blue Stamps X5, Y5, Z5, A3 and B2 Expire March 31st. Reliable Fancy Cut (10 pts.) GREEN BEANS I f _ No. 2 Can I 1C A & P Fancy (50 pts. ea.) TOMATOES No. 21/2 Can Country Boy Cream Style WHITE CORN I 1 _ No. 2 Can (20 pts.).... I 1C A & P Fancy (10 pts. ea.) APPLE SAUCE I A No. 2 Can IVV The Soap That Agrees With Your Skin SWEETHEART 3 Reg. Cakes i Bath Size Cake lie Right to Limit Quantities Reserved 20c A* i* 1 oo«l -Stores other child, Helen, six years old. The Bunt Woman's club met Monday evening with Lulu Hawcott with Elsie Lockwood assisting hostess. Mrs. Irma Pratt had charge of the discussion. Mrs. Vogel gave a report on legislative newa. Gerald Riedel accompanied the Art Bierstedts of Lakota to Des Moines Saturday to attend the basketball tournament. Paul Bierstedt and Leona Christ of Lakota and Evelyn Meyer oE Burt also went with them. Mrs. August Bahling, west of town, who is 87 years old this June fell at her home one day last week and fractured her arm. She has been quite ill since. Her son, Carl Bahling of Ames, spent Sunday at the Bahling home. Funeral services were held at the home here Saturday afternoon for Miss Warner who passed away at the Kossuth hospital Thursday evening. Burial was in Bancroft. Mrs. C. C. Smith, a niece, and Miss Eva Whitney, a friend, survive. Friday was L. J. Miller's birthday and to help him celebrate the occasion Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMullen and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Frederickson spent the evening at the Miller home. Friends and neighbors gave a miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Carol Fraser at the Don Fruser home last week Monday evening. The evening was spent playing 500 after which a lunch was served. The Carol Frasers received many nice gifts. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet in the church parlors Wednesday, April 4. Mrs. Clara Graham, Lulu Hawcott and Mrs. Geo. Hawcott are hostesses. Mrs. A. G. Heddle has charge of the lesson and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon the devotions. The Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Chas. Schrader Monday evening, April 2. Mri. Chas. Scott is assisting hostess. These meetings are always held on Tuesday evenings but a conflict of dates made it necessary to put this meeting forward to Monday. Members please note this change. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and her sister, Mrs. Roy Peterson of Ringsted returned Saturday from Los Angeles where they had been called by the serious illness of iheir brother, Richard Brayton. lUchard had served in the marines sut received a medical discharge some time ago. His illness is the result of a tumor on the brain. Tuesday afternoon. Westminster Guild Meeting— The Westminster Guild of the Presbyterian church will meet in the church Monday evening for a 6:45 supper. There will be installation of the new officers. Entertains Club^Eileen Thul entertained her sewing club at her home Thurs- Come select the hat that will spotlight you at Easter time and through spring. Young sophisti->. : cated feminine hats with ,their full quota of versa?;' tajity and wearability—hats you will love to wear. t.^sl.. All styles, colors and materials/I The ELITE l ®3888$£^^ Seneca Soldier Home After Service Overseas Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Patterson drove to Mason City Sunday to meet their sbn, Cpl. Eldon Patterson, who has been overseas for three years and has been stationed at New Guinea. Eldon has been ill with malaria but is looking well at the present time, although he still is taking medicine to combat the effects of the fever. Eldon has a 21 day furlough and will then have to report for reassignment, leaving faere April 1(5. Repair, Paint and Reshingle Now! We have a Large Stock of Paint on Hand- Place Yowr Order Today, A CAR OF CEDAR SHINOES IN STOCK—AND ANOTHER IN TRANSIT SEE US TQPAY! PHONE 229 Norton In a ioortiing plane We swoop rfoim , . , feel the flak belching (rout Jap. guns as our fighters bore in on the frantically Jap Fleet. RIGHT KfOft ft* See A Jap ^T Ammunition Ship^ Disinfeqrate Irr A ~"~ Violent Explosion A STORY OF LOVE ON LEAVE WITH NOTHING LEFTOUTf JOHNHODIAK -- , wllh Charles Winninger Anne Revere Connie Marshall Chill Wills AND MONDAY, AFRO, 1-2 Added: "Rhythm of Rhumbs" BfwotiPfr pf Dan McGoo" DIETRICH twnBMaifli mm mm 1 .
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