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FOURi- _________ STARS AT ^INSTALLED ORM JAN; 10 Swt: At the meeting of Kossuth Chafeter No. 20, O. E. S. last. Tuesday evening the following officers were installed: Mrs. G. H. Mc- Miillen, W. M.. G. H. Me Mullen. W. : P.; Mrs. .Walter Campney. A. M.j M. .O. Richards, A. P.; Lulu Hawcott, secretary; Mrs. E. E. Paine, treasurer; Mrs. .7. L. Miller, conductress; Mrs. M. O. Richards, assistant conductress; Mrs. Harold Steward, marshal- Mrs. P. L. Drfemmel, chaplain; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, organist; Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, Adah; Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Ruth; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Esther; Mrs. Robert Harvey, .Martha; Mrs. E. P. Frodrickson, Electa: Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, warder and J. P. Trunkhill, sentinel. The retiring worthy matron. Mrs. J. P. Tftinkhill. was presented with a gift from the officers and one from the chapter. In a farewell ceremony she presented each of her officers with a red rose. Milton McBride left Tuesday for Lowry Field, Denver, Colo., after spending a three weeks furlough at the home of his mother Mr.<. Kenneth Cook. Mrs. Cook and daughter Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and Doris Phillips, Algona, took him as far as Boone. It was Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder's 43rd wedding anniversary. • Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly and Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Dugnn were in Waterloo from Wednesday to Thursday. Mrs. Lawrence Miller spent Thursday in Ames with her husband. The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Dremmel. Everett Elmers and David Bolie returned Thursday from Des Moines where they had gone to try and enlist in the navy. Both of the boys were rejected. The Friendly Four club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Sigsb'ee. Judy, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, has been on the sick'list for several days. To Wed Jan. 20— Invitations are out for the wedding of Arlene. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson, and Roland, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chafee, which will take place Sunday evening, January 20, at the Presbyterian church at 7 p. m. •Mrs. Lillian Cook returned to her home at Mingo week ago Thursday after spending a week at the Kenneth Cook and Melvin ilieken homes. She also visited her mother in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch returned to Camp McCoy, Wis., a week ago Wednesday after a holiday visit with Mrs. Kollasch's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch have jobs at Camp McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel were dinner guests Thursday at the W. T. Kennedy home. Capt. Ed Stewart called a week ago Saturday from California, where he had just arrived from four months service at Ueda, Japan. He is expected home the first of this week. He also saw service in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gecsman left Thursday evening to spend a couple of weeks with relatives at Mason City, Albert Lea and Odin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey were Fort Dodge visitors last Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba, Swea City r .were cnllers Wednesday afterhooh at the L. R. Daniels home. jPricntllf Foil* PArty—• The annual party at which members of the Friendly Four club entertain their husbands was held at the E. C. Schwietert home last week Mbnday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert spent a week ago Sunday at the home of iMrs. Schwietert's father F. W. Baum, Lakoia. Mrs. Lottie 1 jsenberger who keeps house for Mr. Baum had been -confined to her bed by illness for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf spent from Sunday ot Thursday at the home of her son Donald, His wife and son Gene were sick with th« measles. Burl 45-Lonc Rock 30— The high school basket ball teams played Lone Rock last Tuesday evening. The Burt boys won by a 45-30 score, but the girls lost 41-28. Mrs. R. J. Nealy held open house in,their new home Friday afternoon as a benefit for Circle C of the Presbyterian Women's Council. The Carl Seips, Irvington, spent Thursday evening at the Clyde Bris tow-home. .Mrs. George White and son Darrel and his wife and daughter Carol Frances arrived last week Tuesday for -a 'ten day visit with Mrs. White's parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Martin Greise returned Thursday from North Platte, Nebr,-where they had visited since Saturday with their daughter LaVonne, who is employed there by the Union Pacific railway. Donald Dremmel arrived Tuesday from Camp Robinson. Ark., to spend a several weeks furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dremmel. From here he goes to California. Mr. and Mrs. .H. W. Trainer and two daughters. Grand Rapids. Minn., arrived Thursday and spent several days at the C. C. Smith home. They formerly lived in Burt. Neighbors Give A Farewell Surprise To Geo. Pattersons Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson were thoroughly sur- .prised last.Friday evening when they were invited over to the Oscar Patterson home to find a group of neighbors and friends gathered there for a farewell for them. The evening was spent,at playing "500* after which refreshments were enjoyed. The group presented Mr. and Mrs. Patterson with a beautiful table lamp. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, the Marvin Keucks, the Joe Crowleys, Mrs. Arend, the C. O. Baileys, the Delbert Geitzenauers, the Cecil Baldwins, Tommy Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards, the Caleb Hartshorns, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Petersen and Karlo Peterson, the Lester Dentons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, Florence Conway, also Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and son, who were assistant hosts. The George ' Pattersons have been long time Seneca residents. They were forced to quit farming due to Mr. Patterson's poor health. They had a farm sale on Tuesday. VARCON! Gutiranteed 2 Year* |;? Providing plenty of reserve power, : i Varcon Batteries insure quick starting |; ! even in the coldest weather. "Fiberglas" J* insulation means extra power . . . and S additional life. "No-overflow" covers jjj. prevent acid-loss; Insure yourself of .IP' trouble-free battery service— and save jjX "recharge" expense . . . BUY A VABCON. Sjjjt 14.93 45-51-PKATE BATrERY, exi-h. price 51-PLATK BA n KKV, eJtch. price. ...... .......... . |8.9S , All Katterit* I us tolled free WMM0M1W TAKMffilAT Whittemore: In a beautiful •vfefa ding ceremony in St. Peter>and Paul's Catholic chuvch at- West Bend, at 9:30 Tuesday morning, Jan. 0, Miss Laura Lillian Besch, daughter of Mr; and Mrs, Georgd Besch, became the bride of -Vincent W. Sab., son of Mr.- and ... Mrs, Charlies Sab., of here. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. P. M. Dobberstein. The bride was •ueautiful in a white floor length gown, the bodice of faille and the -skirt and long train were of net. Viola Beseh, her sister, was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by his brother, Cletus Sab.. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents In about 50 relatives and friends. The bride's table was decorated with the bride's chosen colors, centered with a three tier wedding cake, with a miniature bride and groom. The bride attended SI. Peter and Paul's parochial school and is a graduate from the West Bend consolidated high school, and for the past three years has been employed in Minneapolis, Minn. The groom attended Presentation Academy at Whittemore, and in May, 1042. he was inducted into the army and served two and one- half years overseas in Africa and Italy. They will live on a farm west of Whittemore. Jolly "500" Club— The Jolly 500 club which consists of 13 members met Tuesday afternoon at the Herman Voigt home. Mrs. Edward Besch winning high, and Mrs. Mike Mergen, low. Mrs. LorenK Hansen was a guest of the club. A luncheon was served. Mrs. Bert Seely entertained a number oj relatives at their home Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Oslwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence aM ! f a"mtf&" flffti* Mr? anti- Mrs. Edwin Crfelftfcfttnhd. dough' ' ' ' . MrV tertalnfcd %-huWibw nejghfoarS;' at* thSfe>h&nle • nighty Jaft; ey. th& oeCnslan belnft Mr; MathahB?bt«hdayv Mr,' and Mrgf J, a y sons Ralph 1 *hd< t%hhJA left day moftrtrig, toy -auto for -Q nit.. They.- toote the southern 'route and ;•'. will • vislti a idajr . with',! , Mrs* August JJaWehK. aha-davterttersah Tncsofi, AVta..,and then ;W^h fel* atives at Los , Ahgeles, They/will then pfdeeey'oh' to; Sift- FtfaMilsM \vherevthey will «make> their .home, Johh A number • 0f ; friend^ ami neigh 1 ^ bors- gathered, at.: the"hpme' of Mr, and .Mrs. John F;; flaas •\Ve.driesday: evening to- help" Mr.*. Ba&»' cele* brate VMs*' birthday. Those -present- were 'Mr; and Mi*,' SimW 1 Weber; Mr; and Mfs. H«r«att V6igt, v 'Mr; and Mrs, August :>Beenau,;M*i 'and Mrs. Henry Hartnsj Fred .. Me- Werther.-and .liuella'-Frisby, . Mr; «nd Mrs. Bert -Sherman and son .Roderick LeRoyt Blatte, S>D,-. are visiting at the. hohie,,ofvMr.Si Sherman's -parents Mr. • and-.M-^. Frank 'Schumaohefc - .Mr. Shernian has just recently bfeett discharged from the' army/ .,,-.• Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith received a telegram from their son Ellsworth stating- that he a rri ved at Camp .Patiiek ,'Mensy. Vn., Thursday arid>as 'on hts way to damp Grant,' 111;;- to get'his'dis- charge from .the? service- in the army. He served a year and six Mrs.- John' Cullen •accompanied by BlanidCulle.n"' drbve r to'- Omaha," Neb., last week Sunday. Miss Cullen took a train to -San; jFrancisco, Calif., to'' resume^- her work as .a nurse.' Mfs. . Clyde Gingench had charge of .the Urich store durmg their absence. ",,-., Mrs. Craig Smith and -family* Algona, visited at the home'of Mr; and Mrs. 'J.M.. Fleming, Wednes- a Melvin A;. Elbert, chief carpenter mate, son of .Mr. and Mrs. A; S Elbert, returned to Jacksonville, Fla., Tuesday, where he will resume his duties on the USS Indrea. Bob Fleming: returned ^to tho States Thursday on the USS' Gen- eral Muln iffr-left Calcutta •Mrs, E. PS .Owerts^Ghieagov arrived here'vMottday; naming;; arid Mil spend two weeks «here nt the home of her parents Mr. arid Mfs'. J..M. Fleming, « The -St.' Paul's Lutheran Aid held 1 its. regular meeting at the Lutmtan- schbol, 1 ThlirSday/ ajter"- noon : . Guests were Mrs. Fred Holoi kow, West Bend; Mrs. Jonn Rfihnke, Mrs. H.-W. Gcelan, Miss Marguei'te' Fahdel,' MrS. ; Willtam Lau'ckv- MrS. Maurice Schwlnd.t, ,Mrs. Leonard Frost, .Mrs. .Andrew Elbert and MJss Theresa Duffy. • Pta, Edward. Lick-tefe arrived home with his discharge Wedries* day. He had been in service since October ,1041 and the last nine'Jnpnths in Germany. Guests at the Louis Lickteig home Wednesday, evening were Mrs. Albert Lickteig. : and two daughters,. Mrs. Hugh Lickteig, and the..Ben Recker family, St. Benedict, Mrs. Sam Hang and two sons of Algona.spent several days last week at her parental George Ward home. Girl-for Don.Wards A>baby girl was 'born Wednesday night, Jan. 2, at the General hospital'- in Algona to Mr. and Mrs. Don-Ward. This is their first'child. Mr. and Mrs. G'eor'ge Ward are the paternal grandparents. . The baby weighed a bit over eight pounds, and has been named Pamela Rae. Pink's Wedding Dance Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pink treated their many friends to a wedding dance 7 in' the Kleinpeter hall Thursday evening. She was the former Lucille Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson. They QUARTERLY STATEMENT Summary of Proceeding*^ School District of Algona Independent,^Township; of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending.December 31,. 1945. GENERAL FUND; Balance from Previous Quarter — Received During This Quarter.-'- ni on Warrants Drawn During This Quarter .-- . 27,884.bO Balance at End of This Quarter-. —- — —$42,108.99 SCHOOL, HOUSE FUND' Balance from Previous Quarter -'-- ^ Received During This Quarter — p- Warrants Drawn During This Quarter -. .- 5: Balance at end of this quarter •.-..;£: ;....^v.:;:i...:::.;..:;....iij..$26j209.49: LIST OF WARRANTS OF PREVIOUS QUARTER : School-House Fund—Disbursement*' Name of Person, Firm or Corporation to Whom Paid- Iowa Des Moines Nat'l Bank ?ii'?=Iowa State Bank -— .-— - Ac? o= ; Harris Trust & Savings --- 5 ' 0b H= Merchants National Bank 8.75. Security State Bank - -— ^ »-75 Total :. -, •••• ••••• $5,586.25 General Fund—Disbursements ; : > Name of Person, Firm or Corporation to;Whom Paid GSNERAL FUND— Disbursements Name of Person, Firm or Cor- Neil A. Kjos 'Music C6._ C. H. Klamp ..'.... Kohlhaas Hardware _— Kossuth Radio Alonzo Leach Les Reed Music Co. ... Mrs. Frank Lewis. . 38.08' 6.75 22.30 1.53 5.03; 30.803.25' Lloyd Thomas'. ........ 50.00 : . Loring Supply, Co. ..... Lowe & • Campbell ---Ellen L'undh, _.': -------Mrs. E. C. McMahon — Maico of Des Moines — McKinley Pub. Co ..... Lyle Mathes' ..... . ---Midland Laboratories — 1.08. 127.04' 9.45- 30.30i 9.18= 11.39: 3.00, 60.09 Mrs. H. W. MiUer 176.00' Miller - Bryant - Pierce 18,36; Modern Dry Cleaners.. 69.65 Nat'l Biological Supplies - 25.52 Nat'l-Educa. Ass'n, 4.75' Nat'l Maintenance Service — ...I.—.-,• 13,50 Nation's Schools Pub, Co. —— :.. 3.00- News Map-of the Week 21.00' N. W. Beir Telephone— 67.65^ Norton .Machine, Works. 13.75^ F. S. Norton & Son—— 2128,49; Ohnesorge Drug 10.84 F. A. Owen 4.20 : Petty Cash- 113.97, poration to Whom Paid: Advance Pub. Co. ----- 15.67 Air-Age Education Research ------------- 2.00 Algona Baking Co. ---- 5.50 Algona Hardware ----- 24.96 Algona Ice Cream Factory — — ......... 9.22 Algona Ins. Agency .— 66.64 Algona Laundry ------ 9.52 Algona Upper Des Moines ......... — 8.87 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co. .. 3,65 American Council on Education — ....... - 3.00 American Friends Service ....... - ...... 1.00 W. D. Andrews ........ 8.13 R. S. Barton — ....... - 10.00 Beckley-Cardy Co ..... 3.22 Carl Bean - ........... - 3.50 Margaret Beardsley — 10.09 Blossom Ins. Agency .. 9.90 A. H. Borchardt ...... - 2.09 Botsford Lumber Co. -. 15.30 Milton Bradley Co. ---- 5.10 Bureau Dental Hygiene 1.98 Bur. Educa. Research.. 98.87 Mrs. Ralph Carpenter.. 5.30 City of Algona _________ 414.92 H. Coleman ______ ..... 16.00 Helen Comfort ________ 17.11 1 Collector Int. Rev. ____ 1648,40 Cowan Bldg. Supply — 22.41 Bert Cronan ......... - 15.50 Decker Brothers ------ 8.14 Demco Library Supplies — --- — ------ 5.15 Mrs. Duane Dewel ---- 19.00 Douibleday, Doran j ----- 2.00 Dramatists Play -Service 1.54 Dudley Lock Corp. ____ 14.86 Economy Stoker !..— . 95.10 Elk Cleaners —.- ...... 8.50 Mrs. Joyce Fraser ............ 20.70 Funk & Deim — ------- 3.75 Grolier Society. Inc. — 2.25 Harper Bros. ---------- 2.35 D. C. Heath & Co ------- 30.35 H. S. Activity Fund...-- 238.14 J. I. Holcomb ...... -— 32.45 M, J. Holdren _____ --.;.- 1.50 Holley School Supply-- 5.52 Huntington Lab. In£ — 64.07 Internat'l Textbook — 5.00 P. R. Irons... .......... 49.85 Iroquois Pub. Co. ----- 6.92 Ivan Bloom Hardin Co.- 2.04 Jacobson Mfg. Co. ------ 1.47 K. D. James ..... ----- 8.51 Chris Johnson . ....... 34.44 »„„„„. „ Keyboard Pub. Co. ____ 3.00 Total Bjrp. .....i.— $27884.60 I. Leora K. St. John, Secretary pf tl\ft:ab!oyf'rt9flfved School Disr trict, do hereby certify that 'this repprt, p:|fes I 01$: 3, is a true and correct statement pf the proceedings pertigung mir»an£ial matters, of the Board of sai<J District for thfr qugjrtef eiWBff December 31, 1945 H. W, Post Pratt Electric' Reid^Way. Co. Rohm Haas Co. .. Theo B. Robertson Row-Peterson — George WV St. John^—St. Paul Bopk & Stationery' —i School Exeputiye , Paul A. Sohmitt- Music Co. —,...;,,., r ,, Science Service^ Security State Bank — Sharon Pietz Spilles Hardware Mrs. G. W. Stillman Strauss. I^ock Co; - w -.— Sloan Valve Co, „- 7.81 33.78 8.43. 3.70 103.75 2.00 2.50 1.18' 2.00< 1.00' 3,50' 4.45 Treas. of State of; lowa. 9.55 28.50 18.72 14.85 8.9Q 3.66 Vance Music Co. .._>.. 124.58 Mrs. R. A;. VanderAvaal, 16.63 Craig Vinson — 137.60 Warren Webster Co. ... 52.45 W.'M. Welch Wfg; —— 141.78 H, ,Ws Wilion Co.---.--- 11.55 Total - $6960.88 Salaries $20923,72 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of D., 194B. ' itt tfti . .. " ' Wife ' Tdrn; homa in; th¥ , been ;; j.ft ••• : SeH?iife'e< 3dHnitintWif'. : Mi " Mrs. Jfi M. her brldgft; cj noon;. . ,:'•• .".-.'... Hlldman, - camev homeo.^ithi His discharge three- yea in! thje Paeifix! wafi Zorter;- arid Cl'afef hnVe also .-• b'ben , < aft*, charged. . / ' Frank Steichi' second' mhnnt the Farmers • Eleyatdr,. waS: con'* fined 1 . ,t6 his'' home-' several , days- Oh K*w Many. Umltici - will ,- : U>" «f]oytn| l IDA* :•• ih« new pre-W*t< quality Qreen Colonl«l ' Pumice they've beta i W«H!ti(t Jpr. . HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? M not, do It quickly! Uiev-diBi»n(lj. If heavier .thrnr Urt'lni- ' - . • mtdUte mpiltjM— but ' you'll' »!«.« b«>H«d.,' van Wnlted for • Green " Colonlgl Furnace, ' Whether- iy o/u • pre/el" coal,, oil- or, tai '.there'i- « «pecl«lly> a Green -Cai6«!*l 'r to Injure 'your. comfort. ' COAL. Phone • 464-^ Algona,- Iowa 1 GREERCOLpniflL FURHflCE SERVICE -v *'' ''i'-' •ilp^ : i : 'K '"|i^i,iM!i|tp ITsniil single KeutonV Delightful . Exquisite- Exciting We are pleasedf^^b^atyljel . . „,..,...„. complete RBVLpN'.lVn^'^i^JROWsWi'iipiBtlC^i^' and f£w?e powders;.;; jys^ift? est and most popiil&r,^:frATEAL shn.de. ' •'••".•/." ; ''.;-'-- % -''_!.. : \ i i < ;"i: ; •.':•'.>•'•• IV Polish Face- B ofl8-'i to; battle Jth^ndgjjtyCadeta), y to'give them a "breather." The New Yorknewspapers sent wbirepx>^rat» ! w^tc^ithe workaut. ^ And they saw plenty! They saw forward passing th0 l^\b!'wWc^^^ on an eastern gridiron. They 8«wrtbe brash.yquffif Jwmft?f-the praXea take a 14-18 lead at theihalf, and go QR*Q^wv3M3.*& « W» tb^^l»i wloU ' apafofltb^powerJVi^ by Notre, Daw's captain, a t^wa^d^^M^nw^rl^^^W^ 1 ^ Nolw Dams i ^0h^Jfl»«?!k ..;.-; j-^H'Wij. t fvife Sl^i*w^if«^i^ ^-^i^^i^r',:^ .. — 4. ^ » / -V- t\-s- 4t> 4- *t # t ;-i-i/,l • rwmms^ymytmw fe Ife made a > breallmr'-' gqme breath-taking. «»v ll"\

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