SOROPTIMIST CLUB HAS STEAK FRY The Soroptimist Club met at the Call State Park shelter house last Thursday evening for a 6:30 steak fry which was (followed by a white elephant sale. The purpose of the white elephant sale was to raise money for the Soroptimist Noel Fund, which will be used for the rehabilitation of Soroptimist clubs and members in war torn areas. Practically all European Soropti- mist clubs were forced to abandon their clubs or meet secretly during the war. The Algona club donated to the project $50, most of which was raised by the white elephant sale. There were 28 in attendance, the following being guests of club members: Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Harriette Clayberg, Mrs. Carl Pearson, Mrs. Kenneth Lamp. Irma Greiner, Mrs. W. T. Giossi, Mrs. Roscoe, Rose Lampe, Beulah McMahon, Mrs. Paul Wille, Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Charlotte Black, honorary club member for November, Joyce Maharis, and Jeannette Sorensen. Mabel Sorensen and Alice Wilkins were the committee in charge of arrangements. WESLEY EXCEEDS V-BOND QUOTA Six of Kossuth county's forty communities have met or passed their quotas in the Victory Loan Drive. The two latest communities to report have both exceeded their quoins by over fifty per cent. Roy Kleinpeter reports that the pledges in the town of Wesley exceed $21,000 while the quota was $14,000. It would appear that Wesley irmy keep its lead as having the highest percentage over quota of any Kossuth county community in the hist six War Loan Drives. Springfield township, up in the north end, has pledges of $27,380 with a quota of $18.000. Chairman L. H. Junkermeier reports that these are not the final figures. Springfield had the highest percentage over quota of any township in the 7th War Loan Drive. Other communities which have previously made their quotas are the towns of Lone Rock, Swea City, and Whittemore, and Wesley township. Reports from workers indicate that the response has been quite favorable, although a great many workers have not worked their territories. All workers are uged to complete the drive as soon as possible. The special $200 E Bond, which is being featured in this drive, is proving quite popular. This bond, like all other E Bonds, costs 75% of maturity value, or $150. The bond features a portrait of the late President Roosevelt together with a quotation from his appeal to the American people for cooperation, immediately following Pearl Harbor. How To Meet A Husbana? Mrs. Leo Kollasch How did you meet your husband? Saturday afternoon an inquiring reporter stepped out on the street to get the "low down" on how some of the women shoppers up and down State street met their husbands. Was it on a blind date? Had you met just by chance? Or did you do some secret maneuvering to bring about the meeting? Well, at any rate, this is what war, discovered. Mrs. H. W. Becker of Algona was a corsetierre in a Sioux City Dept. Store, when a young man just out of the army, and his cous- Mrs. B. E. Sanders in entered her department. The two women knew each other—so Henry was introduced. A correspondence was carried on for 6 years and then they were married. They will be celebrating their 20th anniversary next March. (Before this writer could assimilate all the facts both Henry and his wife talked over the whole affair as if it had just happened yesterday. How's that for remembering after 20 years? And this writer wonders what Mr. Becker was doing in the corset department.) Mrs. B. E. Sanders of Sexton met her husband when she and Mrs. James Kelso several other prominent people In Sexton called on the new owner of the general store. Several parties were given for the newcomer, and—as Mrs. Sanders says—it just happened, (inside dope has it that Mr. Sanders owned the first automobile in Sexton way back there in 1907. Maybe this was an Inspiration for the future communion.) Mrs. Claude Sigsbee of near Burt couldn't remember just when she had met her husband, but it was back in those days when they were kids. If Mr. Sigsbee had been around at the inquiry, he probably could have rattled off a pretty good yarn. Mrs. Jim Kelly Mrs. James Kelso of Algona was walking down Algona's State street one lovely afternoon about 30 years ago when suddenly a young man, full of romance and beauty, asked if he could take her for a drive. And so the romance was on. Mrs. Leo Kollasch of near Algona lived as a neighbor to her husband all during her girlhood. She taught in rural schools while being courted and then was married in 1929. Mrs. Jim, Kelley of Lone Rock met her husband at a dance. It seems that Mr. Kelly considered himself quite a "rug cutter" and Mrs. II. W. Becker asked Some of the girls 'if this certain yoUng lady was a good dancer. The answer must have ' been in the affirmative for the two met and have now been married 6 years. . Mrs. Eaton of Ruthven was the last victim to be interrogated. When asked how she had met her husband, she replied, "You caught mean a bad humor, because right now I'm waiting for my husband This reporter, not being married, was accused of using this little stunt to get the latest information on how to catch a man. The problem now is, "How Do You Know He's the Right Man?" ^"^^ ^SOCIETY EDUCATION WEE PROGR'M OUTLINED Plans for full week's program in observance of American Educational Week were outlined yesterday by O. B. Laing, Algona stipt. of schools. American Education Week is Nov. 11-17. and is being backed by the National Education Association, American Legion-, U. S. Office of Education, and National Congress of Parents and Teachers. '.Die outline of next week's program follows: Sunday, Nov. 11—Students urg- • ed to attend church of their faith. Monday, Nov. 12—10:45 a. m. Armistice Day observance in high school auditorium, cooperation with service organizations. Public 'Jrwvied, Tuesday, Nov. 13—2:30 p. m, P. T. A. program at Bryant, with all elementary school parents invited. Refreshments will be served. At 7:30 p. m. an "Open House Night" for junior-senior high parents will be held at the high school. Parents of elementary school pupils have or will be invited to special conferences with their child's teacher, Mr. Laing said, and are welcome to visit classrooms at any time. Halloween Party— A Halloween party was held at the Kossuth County Farm October 31 for the girls at the home. The following were guests at the party: Harriett Kahler, Florence Kortum, Frances Wells, Violet Lloyd, Winifred Sarchett, Eva Paisley, Johanna Bruns, Amber Mann, Esther Swanson, and Hannah Pierson. The superintendent, Katharine Park, was also present. During the course of the evening a ghost appeared in the midst of the group marching around the tables and making wierd noises while playfully punching some of the guests. Games were also played and songs sung. Refreshments were served later in the evening. ( The girls, surrounded by jack- o-lanterns and black cats, enjoyed the party immensely. Formal Banquet Tuesday— Twenty-seven members, initiates, and pledges of the Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were present at the annual fall banquet held Tuesday evening in the dining room at George's Cafe. Following the dinner Esther Sigsbee, toastmistress, took charge of the program. Toasts were given by Eleanor Mowers, Dot Smith, and Jean Miner. Gifts were exchanged among the members who revealed their secret pals for the past year. New names on slips of paper inside an empty .glued, English walnut shell were given each girl for their secret pal in the coming year. Ceremonies were performed tor the initiation of the new girls and for the ritual of jewels of the pledges. Auxiliary Met Monday— The American Legion Auxil- 75 DEGREES SETS NEW NOV. 5 HIGH It was a short winter we had this week according to weatherman, Harry Nnlte. Monday's high of 75 degrees was the highest temperature ever recorded here for November 5 reported Mr. Nolte. Tempeatures for the week were: H L R Nov. 1 04 40 .25 Nov. 2 55 31 Nov. 3 35 18 Nov. 4 56 15 Nov. 5 75 36 Nov. 6 65 40 Nov. 7 58 38 The records show that last Thursday's rainfall was two and a half times that of the whole month of October. Mrs. Pat Rasmussen Taken To Rochester Portland: Mrs. Pat Rasmussen, who has been paralyzed for the past few weeks, was taken to the St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, on Sunday by ambulance. She had previously been at her mother's Mrs. Clara Fairbanks, in Burt for about a week. Reports of her condition have not as yet come thru. The Rasmussens have three children. The Portland club mem- ters plan to write Mrs. Rasmussen. Bill Dearchs Discharged Henry (Bill) Dearchs, Jr., returned Sunday from Fort Leayen- <WPrth, Kansas, where he received bis discharge papers after a leng- ijljy period of service with the ^rmy in Australia, New Guinea and other South Pacific areas. He will farm with his father in Union township. ary met Monday evening. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wm. Specht's and Mrs. H. W. Becker's division. Mrs. Glee Pitcher gave a book review "They Walk Alone." The Auxiliary is serving the Armistice day banquet November 12 at the Academy to the Legion members and to veterans of World War II. At this meeting the ladies voted to donate $15.00 to the Leonard Wood memorial fund. Father & Son Banqa; A "Fathers and Sons" banquet was held Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church, the following program being given. Toastmaster Paul W. Lindholm; guest speaker, Rev. Ray K. Hill of Burt; toast to the boys, Maj. Hutton; toast to the fathers, Darrell Larsen; songs, led by Wallace Roscoe; vocal solo, Wallace Roscoe; vocal solo, Billy Guderian; accompanist, Mrs. Fred Geigel. D. A. R. Meeting Tuesday— ' There will be a meeting of the D. A. R. Tuesday afternoon at a 1:00 o'clock luncheon at the Ferguson home. Hostesses will be Mrs. Lucille Amunson, Mrs. Anna Fairbanks, Mrs. Helen Paxson, and Mrs. Catherine Gilmore. The program will be a review of the- book, 'America ABC," by Frances Kabele of Goldfield, guest speaker. County Red Cross Meeting— The Kossuth county annual meeting of the American Red Cross will hold its meeting Tuesday afternoon, November 20th, at 2:30. The place of the meeting has not been announced as yet. The purpose of the meeting will be to introduce the branch officers who have been elected and to elect the county officers. uction The following described property will be sold at public auction at the Bert Carr farm located 3 miles east of No. 9 and 1 mile south of Swea City or 5 miles north and 1 1 •; miles west of Bancroft, on Wed., Nov. 14 250 Head of Livestock 2—HEAD OF HORSES—2 15—HEAD OF CATTLE—15 . 200—GOOD HAMPSHIRE HOGS—200 33—HEAD OF SHEEP—33 450—SPRING LEGHORN PULLETS—450 150—YEARLING LEGHORN HENS—150 600—BALES OF GOOD HAY—600 BUILDINGS—3 12x16 4-pen hog houses, 112x16 new brooder house, 1 3-room house. FARM MACHINERY—Including 1 F-20 McCormick- Deering tractor. Household Goods Miscellaneous Items Terms: Cash. Beit Can Auctioneers: Charley Quinn, Bancroft: Joe Preston, Swea City Clerk: Farmers and Traders State Bank, Bancroft Rebekah Lodge Meeting— The Rebekah Lodge will hold a meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 with a popular game starting at 8:00. All members are asked to come and bring a white elephant wrapped. Mrs. Guderian .Hostess— The "Eight Specs" met with Mrs. R. H. Guderian Thursday evening. Mrs. Clara Pratt was the prize winner for high score, travel prize was won by Mrs. Beecher Lane. Sewing Clubs Meet— Mrs. Casey Loss entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Hansen of Doan, the former Betty Pratt, was a guest. HOSPITAL NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL Nov. 2: Mrs. H. L. Chism, Rolfe, boy; Richard Ricke, Wesley, surgical; ' Nov. 7: Mrs. Bert Ramus, Lu- Verne, girl. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Oct. 31: Mrs. E. B. McCorkle, Algona, medical; Mrs. Walter Lindgram, Britt, boy. Nov. 1: Mrs. Martin Seller, Algona, 'boy. Nov. 3:. Frank Geigel, Algona, medical; Mrs. Ralph Hasty, Algona, accident; Ralph Hasty, Algona, accident.' Nov. 6: Mrs. John McNeill, Algona, boy; Mrs. Michael Long, Burt, girl. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor "Worshiping in the Church" will be the theme of the Sunday school lesson Sunday morning at ten o'clock. There are classes for all age levels. The sermon subject in the morning worship at eleven o'clock will be "The Missionary Message of the Bible." A series o£ .three sermons will begin Sunday evening at eight o'clock on the subject, "The Uniqueness of Christianity". On November 11 the sermon will be, "The Christianas a'Unique Person.". CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH John P. Clyde, Minister Sunday school, 10 a-tm. 1 - *•" f ~- '-','• Church service, 11 a. ni Sermon theme, The Place of Morale in Life. Pilgrim Fellowship at .7 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "A Warm Hearted Church" Nelson Allen Prcle, Minister rtiMeh and missions Sunday. 9:45 a. m. church school. 10:45 a. m. worship service. Prayer by C. R. Schoby; scripture read by F. W. Plumb; short talk on "Men and Missions" by L. D. Preston. Sermon, "That All May Serve God." / 2:00 p. m. youth will leave for the youth convention in Ruthven. 5:00 p.- m. Junior High Youth Fellowship in the church. County Education Board To Meet A meeting of the county boarc of education has been set for next Wednesday evening, by County School Supt. A. E. Lauritzen, in his office at 7:15 o'clock. C. M. Ross, connected with the state finance dept.,. will explain some of the most recent legislative changes effecting county schools. On the county board of education, of which Supt. Lauritzen is chairman, are Antone Johnson of Algona, Myrtle Jordan of Lu- Verne, Kirby Smith of Burt, H. J Braley of Wesley, R. L. Gowan of Seneca, A. H. Schuler of Swea City. Former Fentonites Return^ AT Visit Fenton: Mrs. Ewald Rode and sons, Arthur and John of Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mrs. Lang, a sister-in-law of- Mrs. Rode from Illinois, visited at, the home of Louis Mueller, Sunday. Arthur has been in (service 4% years and is now discharged. , ;: , The Rode family lived near Fenton for a number of years. Another son, Rudolph, also served a few years in service and is now discharged. A third son, Albert, is still in the Philippines. iiiiiiiiiiniiiii BEN FRANKLIN ! i STORJE Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Xmas Cards 21 cards 59c box Decorated Aluminum Coasters 5c each Blackboards Wall size $|50 Large stand model Linoleum Mats 15x27 inches 15c each Ping Pong Balls IVV each Vacuum Bottle Stopper Snap tight, leak proof, adjustable. 15c each Towel RacJw Porcelain ends 59c Plastic rods Extension Cords Silk cord, with attachment. 8 feet. 59c Hand Soap U bars ITV Ash Tray Stands All metal Porcelain Mirrors Round or oblong 98c si 29 Rocking Horses • Painted. Horse design, safety rocker. Picture Frames Lucite, frame with easel back. 8x10 $149 Table Lamps Fancy bases, with rayon taffeta shade. Boudoir Lamps $350 Clothes Pins Plastic, large si?e, stronger 1 than wood. Thanksgiving Cards 2 ^ 5c, 5c each Place Cards each x^iuce 1c Shoo-Fly Rocker For infants and small children. Cannot fall out. each End Tables With book rack or without. Medicine Chest Mirror door, steel frame, white enamel. One shelf Two shelf $298 $329 Lamp Shade« Floor lainp size Bridge lamp size Ksaiuth Farms Sell For $100 to $130 Acre v ¥hre§ sales of Jftfch Ifihtfc at from bitter than $100 ah acre to $130 ate reported. ' Henry Wlftjes of Lakfltd hai bought of Barney Hasvlk the laf tef's .200*aere farm' in Grant township where Harold Mesvik is tenant. The price was $22,000, Mr. Kesvlk ift turn has bought the Josephine Peterson estate farm where the E, E. Berggrens are tenants "for $21.000. Walter Gardner, Blast Chain hatdheryman, is now the owner 6t the former Bengt Nelson place on the river, paying $25,000 for it to Adolph Mortensen. The Jay Qod- dens are tenants. A New Resident Here Leon E. Cartwright is a new resident of Algona, coming here in September from Rocfcford, 111. He is representing the .Occo Mineral Compound in this territory,, and expressed himself as especially pleased with Algona and Kossuth county. Promoted To Captain John Phillips, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, now of Ottumwa,' has recently been promoted to the rank of captain In the army. He is at present at the Army-Navy hospital, Hot Springs, Ark. His father was former secretary of the Chamber of. Commerce here. w JB, ay hav% befn iivlftg . and are heva dniy temtttta| ity uft* til, JoiflSftftel tan be foted t&v*Ul the vacancy leftvby resignation e£ Dick' tflfersr fee Cttrfty*. « visiting her,par.ent^ Mr. Harold Stephlhson. Fentoit Man Out Mr. and Mrs, Louis lp< Muellef of Fen ton received 'word recently from their sort) Sgt. MaynaM •Mueller, of Merced, Calif., that he has received an honorable discharge from the army aif- corps. Sgt. Mueller has been In service four years 8 months. Mr. Mueller, with his wife and son, will live In California where he is in business with a milk route for 'the cream" Visit Brothel- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eiseman, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fox and son Henry, Wesley, were' dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fox. Kenneth and Milton and Mrs. Eiseman are brothers and sister. V. F. W. Poppy Sale The V. F. W, Poppy Sale will be held Saturday, November 10. The sale is sposnored by the V. F. W. Auxiliary. Mrs. Hugo Johnson is chairman, proceeds go to the dis- , abled veterans. • . . Xmas Wrappings NQW on display. Xmas Cards Now OA 4}splsy- fc»$c 5c lOc 25c WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, NOV. 7-8-P Bing Crosby 2nd Big Hit Bob Hope In Betty Hutton "HOLLYWOOD VICTORY CARAVAN" Humor Music Dancing SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Fun For Tb« Family Extra Added . 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