PAGE EIGHT COUNTY ADVANCES. ALGOKA, ?c WA IRVINGTON IS PROUD OF ARMY AND NAVY BOYS Irvington, Feb. 4—There are now Irvington boys in the army and navy in many parts of the world. Wendell Blythe, born and reared here, is in north Ireland, in the 133rd infantry, 34th division, recently sent from Camp Clai^ borne. He is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blythe, Dubuque, and a grandson of Mrs. Nina Schichtl. Henry and LeRoy, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman Sr., are in army and navy respectively. Henry, who is at Indianapolis, is an ambulance driver, and recently wrote of shots for prevention of yellow fever, which indicates that his company may soon leave Indiana. Le Roy Schenpman is somewhere on the Pacific. Donald, second son of Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl, in the naval reserve, is stationed at a naval air base in Florida. Wesley, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee, and Raymond, youngest son of Mrs. Edna Harr, are in the army, somewhere in the South, j Paul, youngest son of Mr. an I Mrs. James Black, is at Kelly Field, Tex., and John, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe, was recently in a southern camp, but! has been moved. I Bob and Paul, sons of Mrs. Beda Watson, are in navy and Shower for Union Nftwlywed— Carnpfire girls will give the program "Sing, America,," with Mrs. - uiiiuii xwp., JL-CTJJ. u "— wue UJL o"**"Union's popular young school £• **• nons popuar young schoo . - a , teachers, the former Mary Tja-1 Burns and Doris Cooper as solo,]« H ,..« n i-*.~ n <. -4 ~ ~u . ictc nnrl TVTerorlitVi Rnnivfr afl nn- bcct^lici a, me J.U1J11C1 AY-lcujr J.Ja~ , den, was honoree at a shower | ls t s > _ Members of the Baptist Aid are tions; Mrs. E. N. Taylor, of pfo gram. The Alma Noble chapter of the Baptist World-Wide Guild me Tuesday evening at the sponsor Mrs. F. R. Haldeman's. Kathryn Combs was in charge of devo tions, and Mrs. Haldeman led the lesson. Thirteen girls attended The Methodist O. U. R. circle met Wednesday afternoon at 7:15 at Mrs. Edward Blumer's tending. Hostesses w*. <_• t*(v*» M \,\j fci iv, jii^v^bm^i juAi"- were Mrs. Lela' Mrs. John Kohlhaas division will .iiuaicaaea w t; i t; IVJLIB. JL*ei<i < • • Gardner, Plum Creek; Mrs. Leon- serve. , . ard Cruikshank, Union; Mrs-. Ralph Morgan, Cresco; Mrs. W. PTA Will Meet Tuesday— The P. T. A. will meet at 2:30 F Tflflop Fnntmv Mr« Honrv The P. T. A. will meet at 2:30 tfrayton, Artnur mouias, ju. *,. Sad^nK^^BdlSkl "«t Tuesday _afternoon at 'the Stephens, and D. D. Sparks are Tjaden, Union; Girres, • Wesley. having an all-day Red Cross sew- Having 0*1 c*Ja~uaj AI^U ^j.wu»j uw »» ing session today at the church. Mesdames Jesse La'shbrook, Brayton, Arthur Moulds, L. E. A contest was held, Mrs. Frank Cruikshank and Mrs.' Walter Klamp winning prizes. A tray lunch was served, and the bride received many gifts. The bride, who was married Bryant for a Founders day program in charge of Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen. This is the 45th anniversary of the founding of the tioni A play, entitled Reminis cent, will be in charge of Mrs. S. to Howard Lone is : Wl Mev . er > and instrumental the rural schnol in nk i music wil1 be S iven b V high ._,.,_..-.._ 11 ic J. UJL etJ, DLllUUJl ill ,U1S — v. i ^*^. V m *w r* * i triot Nn 1 TTninn nnrl oho hoc scn °0l groups. Mrs. W. D. An- r p ent NO the' SsTseverV* ye& drews divisi °jL^ Serve " teaching in Union and Plum Mrs. Heise 87 Wednesday- Mrs. C. E. Heise reached her «i»vcioaij uj. me luuiiiuiig ui me teroay, ana /uiioineiie jDuniisiei- national parent-teacher associa- j ter gave a talk on What is New hostesses. Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson entertained the P. E. O. society yesterday, and Antoinette Bonnstet- Creek townships, following graduation from the Algona high school and the college. State Teachers in Medicine. The Merry Mixers sewing club met Friday at Mrs. Merle Schwietert's. Eight members attended, also one guest, Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. The Congregational women's Bible class will meet next week iurs. i^. r,. neise reacnea ner ±;, ; , V; —"- -•••— 87th birthday anniversary yes- Thursday at Mrs. Andrew Peter- terday, *and friends called dur- sons for a covered-dish lunching the day. She is in exception-! eo "- army respectively. Bob has been in the navy for some years Harold, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sabin. is at Camp Wolpers, Tex., and Thees, son of' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg, is in camp in Arizona. Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs Ben Gisch, is in the navy, and is stationed in Texas. Ted Fisher and Wayne Weaver are at the Great Lakes naval training school. i ivT Don r?. lc1 ' eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Leigh, and Condol ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wood i are at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo 1 Paul and Lewis, sons of Mr. and ' Mrs Charles Egel, are in army, i Paul at Ft. Snelling. Minn., and Lewis in a gun factory in Michi- i gan. j Two other Irvington youths in : the service are Harold Felter : son of Mrs. Edw. Ditsworth, and T, 05 ,' u ? Wm ter, son of Mrs. ' Ralph Lage. When last heard from Felter was still at Hickam •field. Island of Oahu, where he witnessed the Japanese attack. De Winter enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force ;Y° T „ . .. .ing me aay. sne is in exception-.' "-""-. T . ... Mrs. Long is the youngest ally good health Mrs Marv The Legion Auxiliary will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrieber is her' housekeeper I have a sewin S meeting Friday at Tjaden, Union; Howard, the son Mrs Heise received manv trrppt-,' 2 P- m - at M*" 8 - H - W. Becker's, of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long, who i ngs and cards from children and Mrs. Ernst Thiel assisting, l^i ^ P urcha l ed th S, G ?orge, grandchildren. She has two sons The Baptist Royal Ambassa- Miler land near Plum Creek | and four daughters, all married dors ' b °y s a S es n - 13 ' win mee * The young couple will reside j and living elsewhere Friday evening at 7:30 with their after March 1 in a house near the ' ™— "'- 1 — J — Flower Club Hears Brown— The county Flower club met Monday evening at the high school building, 25 members attending. A, L. Brown, county agent^ talked on Garden Soil, NEWLtWED.- Wesley, !*eb] 6—TBud' Wan left Tuesday for into the army. He is a soi . and Mrs. Edw. Hauptmrin, he was married last Jul Jurie, daughter of Mr. t Jack Havefly. He was e at the Glen Martin airpl at Baltimore last year, THURSDAY, HaUDi* luctlon of Mr. and 4 to „._ Mrs* niployed plant irduct and ilare FOR SALtS-SMOOTH mouthed mates, back pad harttfew.— John W, Mehz, Fentori, phone 448, WANT At S FOR SALE—FEEDER PIJ3S and dairy cattle. — Andy Fhillips, Woden. !lpl9-21 FOR SALE—TWO-WHEEL trailer and manure-spreader, Mrs. W. H. King, Algona. - ^2(2)21 BIO FEEDERS RECOMMEND Sargent's easy-to-feed Minral Meat Meal. They Say it cute feed costs and promotes faster gains. Ask us.-Ji R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Co., Algona Branch. 21 GET MORE COMFORT, AMD less work and Worry with a Green Colonial Furnace. Operates with a minimum of bother Gives an abundance of warmth and comfort.—Laing & Muckey 21 horses wanted. Get out if tees test. ** Write or wife Mill Packing Co.. ftsther- vllle, la. 16(2)21*24 WELL DRILLING — Spjjar & Phillips, phone 255. 1007| North Main, Algona, Iowa . 35tf SARGENT STARTING MASH- Reduced mortality, develops chicks into pullets trtuch sooner Contains all needed elements. Get information.—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Co., Algona Branch. 21 WANT COPY BEN REED^ Kossuth county history. — Inquire Advance. 9(p)21 FOR SALE OR RENT — 3OOD house and acreage at E exton. —Inquire Advance. 12p21 CALL ALGONA SKELGAS service for Skelgas. You can use Skelgas on any gas range. We are showing a complete line of gas ranges, gas water heaters and gas refrigerators. Have a few used ranges left. —Phone 221W or221R. 37u20-21 FOR SALE—GAS STATIC N ON 169-222 intersection. — H. A. Berschman, Lakota. 10p21-22 Plum Creek elevator, which is located on one of the farms. Mrs. Long plans to complete her term of teaching. Guild Officers Installed— The Methodist Wesleyan Guild had 6:30 dinner last week t *«ww »T •_ i_ iv .. _.._ v,*«w arm *»WM~ Wednesday evening at the! erate in a state gladioli show in church, 30 members and guests' August with a display of garden attending. Following dinner a flowers. , and Frank Geigel on Launching the Lawn. The club will coop- candlelight officers' installation service was held in the sanctuary. Nine members of the Wi S. C. S. who were guests, took part in the installation. Mrs. A. A. Bishop was reader, Mrs. A. E. Michael sang, and the others were Mesdames H. M. Burns, V. M. Parsons, L. J. Malueg, B A. Thorpe, W. G. McCullough, and E. V. Pierce. Mrs. J. C. Buthman was installation officer- Mrs. S. W. Meyer, sponsor. Lu- Two Showers Planned— Mrs. Alma Nelson and Ellen Carlson will be hostesses at a shower at 2:30 next Monday honoring Mrs. Edw. Wolcott, and will entertain at another shower Wednesday honoring Mrs. Martin Swanson. Both parties will be at Mrs. Nelson's. Recital for Music Club— The Bel Canto Music club will -"•"•-i. *-*• »»• -iv-ic^y tri j auuiioUl ijU** j. —«-"*, i-..iuu w j.i j. cille Black is president of the • ™ eet next ,, We ^ Wednes day at 2 Guild; Flora Tiss, vice; Verabel £' ™- at the library. *- "-Ulfers, secretary; Phyllis Par- rPPlta7 ™" ^ — sons, treasurer. "The Guild is an organization of business girls. Mrs. Goeders Birihday Honoree Mrs. D. H. Goeders, of Clear Lake, will be honoree at a 6:30 At 3:30 .. — — „,_ ^i v^^j.n.scl by students of music teachers in Al- S Sd 01 ^ ^ V ° hS ' be given. Birihday Party for Girl- Meredith Larson entertained sponsor, Roy Richardson. » WESLEY CO-OP HAS ITS 35TH ANNUAL MEET • Wesley, Feb. 4—The 35th annual meeting of the farmers elevator here was held at the Kleinpeter hall Monday, and the Rev. Deane Chapman, Des Moines, was speaker. , The elevator was organized in 1907. In 1935 a local lumberyard was bought from the James A. Smith company, and since then the elevator and the lumberyard have been conducted by the same management. FOR SALE—SPOTTED Roland China bred gilts.—Ray 13nhen, 2 miles northeast Lone Rock. g21 FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN (bOWS. t. b. and Bang tested.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, id. 12ul7tfi REG. SHORTHORN AND bulls; Duroc, Hereford, shire, and Yorkshire boars Studer, Wesley. 14 FEED HOGS FOR Sargent's Minral Meat M;al. J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Company, Algona Branch. 21-24ES FRANK MANNING, LEON, writes: "I am well pleased with my Green Colonial Furnace. Have used a Green Colonial nearly all the time for 25 years and have nothing but good words for them." Hundreds of such tes- DEFIpNSE! timonials are available to you.— Ask Laing & Muckey. 21ES Angu Berk —Ben [2)14tf FOR SALE — 6 HIGH GljlADE Holstein heifers. One-hal; mile north, 1% miles cast 'Wbi'.le- more.—Ralph Reimers. 15p20-21 FOUR PORTLAND WOMEN ATTEND Ml MEETING Portland Twp., Feb. 4 —Mrs. Mary Woodward, county Red Cross chairman, conducted a meeting in the Burt high school gymnasium Monday. Classes are being organized for sewing, nursing, nutrition, and nurses' aid, each to have 20 members, teachers to be registered nurses and home economics graduates, except in sewing. A thrift-shop is urged for each locality to distribute essentials to needy folks not receiving any aid otherwise. Each community is also urged to help young people maintain high morale. Beautifully kniited and pressed children's sw>"-uers were shown to the women. These were I made in the county and are ready I to be sent to a war-stricken area. One club plans to compile short story booklets and scr.ipbooks for hospital patients. The women were told what a j fine gesture it would be to send j the home paper or some rnpga-! zine to hoys in the service. i Mrs. Woodward said she was i well satisfied with results of rhe • efforts of various committees in the county, both financially, in sewing, rind in knitted garments completed. ' j Attending from Portland were' Mosdames Wm. Ringsdorf, Earl Miller, Charles Scott, and Martin Becker. " ' =rs ss-rs B Birthday club here, organized ' niversar? S Maxine ^ Moore * A S ^ r LT^ n . A1 ^ a ^ e Wj&^.^SFZvA LAST RITES HERE FOR GEORGE AMAN Funeral services for George F Aman, 69, who diprl last Thurs- ] day morning at his Sexton home ' were held Saturday at 9-30 a ! m. at St. Cocelia's Catholic ; church here, and burial was in i Calvary crmotory. The Rev Richard V. Sweeney officiated Pallbnnrers wore nephews: «? ™-l . c ° harf >- Jfmps McDormott. William Hauptly, Laurence Euirone. and Arthur Cink Mr. .Aman was hnrn at Beaver Dam Wls July n. ]R72> anc ^ was brnuPht from Wisconsin to this county by his parents when still a voting man. married to Katie Schabe^who 3 with two children, survives;' Walter, Mason City; Thekla at home_ There are three brothers and three sMers: Henry, AlPona- Charles, Whittemore; and Albert' Chicapo; Mrs. Jnsie Licktei?. of East Grand Forks, Minn ; Mrs W- ? " a TV/r H ^ VPrson ' Stouehton, M ; A rs Carrio Adpn ' Canada JVlr. Amnn was rnamppr of thp Moore & Moore Lumber Co at Sexton 39 yoars. He was a member of th party will be held at Mrs. M. P. Weaver's. Mrs. J. O. Paxson, who has been spending the winter with a daughter, 'Mrs. Schaffer, Clear Lake, will be here for the event. Mrs. Paxson is another member. The club yearly has the use of the W. C. Dewel cottage at Clear Lake for a week in July in memory of Mrs. Dewel and Mrs. T. P. Harrington, deceased members. Wa-ian-yans Elect Officers— Twenty members of the Wa- Tan-Ye club had dinner Tuesday evening in the dining room at the Algona Hotel, and election of officers was held. Rose Lampe, re-elected president; Darleen Immerfall, vice; Lavon Sankey, reelected secretary; Frances Schultz, reelected treasurer. Helen Brickner and Lucille Peterson were elected to the board of directors for two years, and Corrinne Otto was elected for one year. Plans were laid for an initiation dinner at Arlo's Grill Tuesday evening, February 17, when a group of new members will be received. Speaks on Japanese Attack— At a "family night" dinner at the Presbyterian church last evening Mrs. Mai Peterson, of Honolulu, spoke on hei experiences during the Pearl Harbor Japanese attack. She is the former Ann Murtagh, now visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, "for the duration." Her husband is lieutenant commander on a destrovcr "somewhere in the Pacific." The rest of the program consisted of community smping, short talks, and musical numbers. This was the first of 1942 quarterly Presbyterian "family" dinners. W. S. C. S. Luncheon Today The Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will have a February luncheon today at one o'clock at the church, and Mrs. C. H. Clement's circle will servo. Mrs. Ray Davidson will lead devotions, and Mrs. Lloyd Rrandow will provide music. Mrs. W. H Rockey will review the book, Life Has No Ceiling, b v •rank Cartwright, a story of the lives of Dr. and Mrs. James Cheng, China. Doctor Cheng is a_ personal friend and the physic-inn of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. "iia. «.gnes vons Patronage dividend checks Ten numbers wili ', have ^" een iss ued for 13 consecutive years, and approximately $48.000 has been distributed to stockholders. There are now 275 stockholders, Total sales last year were $331,493.61 for elevator and lumberyard. The net profit was $9,568.20. Olaf Funnemark was elected for a year to fill the unexpired term of John Loebig, deceased as director. Henry Sherman, John Carlson, and Wallace Donovan were elected for terms of three years to succeed themselves. Other directors are Clarence Ward, Glaus Tjarks, Jos. Goetz, and W. J. Fnmrnl. Ed Hildman is manager of the elevator, Edw. Loebig, second man; Alfred Erdman is operator of the lumberyard, Frank Bleich, truck operator. Richard Van Horn and George Pommer, Woden, also H. M. Harris, Algona, attended the meeting. ve followed by games, dancing, and a midnight show. St. Benedict Card Party— The St. Benedict Catholic women will entertain at a card party Monday evening at the St. Benedtct hall, Mrs. John Kutschara and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig hostesses. Other Society News. ., Mr . s - Frank Geigel entertained the Algona unit of the W. C T U yesterday. Members responded to roll call with temperance current events. Mrs E F Lipscomb had charge of dev-o- POTATOES—5 TONS LARGE Cobblers, $1.55, 100 Ibs. Bring your .sacks.—East End Grocery, Algona. , 14p21 FOR SALE —1937 INTEJRNA tional truck, new 1940 riotor. —Roy Behrends, 6 miles s;outh, 1% west of Algona. 12p21 creem REGISTERED MILKING horn bulls. Get the the crop. Ages, 4 mos. up. 538 lb. b. f.—Aaron Steuss; Verne. 16p20 AVAILABLE MARCH 15, 1942, new modejn apartments, furnished or unfurnished. For details see Geo. L. Miller, phones 198, res. 977. tsp21" FOR SALE—TWO 6-ROOM new houses, one new 5-room house, one modern, investment house. For details see Geo. L. Wilier, phones: 198, res. 977. 22p21 TINY APARTMENT PIAi^O— will close out in Algona for $66. Cash or terms. — Write Critchett Piano Co., 1409 FJjrest, Des Moines, la. ( USED MACHINEAY—10-20 Mc- Dg. regular Farmall; spreaders; oil heaters, ranges, refrigerators; attractive prices on New Monarch ranges, seven models on display; 1942 Stewart-Warner, Kelvinator, and Frigidaire refrigerators. — J. E. Ukena Imp. Co., Lakota, la. 34 (2u)20-21 FORK FOR DEFENSE—National demand for hiore hog produt-, tion means stable market condl-; tiotu, better profits, Sargent's' Minral Meat Meal, fed with your j corn, Js the easy way to produce pork. Contains both tankage i and minerals in low-cost combination, mixed and ready to feed. Try a bag on money-back guarantee.—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Company, Algona Branch. 21ES Barki Poland China Bred Sow Friday, February Sale will be held on the H, F. Olerich far m south of Rolfe, 4Vi miles north of Highway NO. 1 0 way No. 44. in healed sale barn. LUNCH AT NOON. SALE IMMEDIATELY AFTft This offering consUts of tried tows, fall and »». of the highest quality; and they are bred £ 0r «? April farrow to five of the best boars we could find sows are the type thai hare a broad back f u ii u deep body. . ' " han * H. S. DUNCAN, Auctioneer, Creston. i owa H. F. Olerich & Sons ROLFE, IOWA FOUNDERS WEEK! CELEBR ATE! <»Jffp^jri±LS^jr^jaJswsr 1 & > command. For it was our Founder who established »*!»•« «.;—s-i t .,•_ , y ° u ' "* * Short- of Sire Lu -21 A&P FOOD STORES AND OPERATED MORT-O-DINE Mineral & SVIeat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dialer. 26-wf50-tf Legion Auxiliary Program— A meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday cven- iTViV P Ai m - at the Lcgion h a", and the Algonquin Wetomachick Announcement I wish to announce that I will be a candidate on the democratic ticket for nominee to the office . Mrs. Robert Siemens Sr 71 nnrthPsst of T.akota, fell on ice Mnndnv mnrnin^ at her home and suffered fractures of her ft * htlp ^ n l lpft arm ' She was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital. COUNTY RECORDER subject to the will of the voters at the June primary. Mrs. Clara Walker hrischilles 3 n^imre THURSDAY *^«* Jr * FRIDAY - SAT. February ELEPHANT SA! y FT 8inCe ' We h — H ° ne of these WHI TE tLLPHANT SALES so we've got quite a herd of JUMBOS We re not hke some stores that advertise that they never carrv anythmg over-we all carry over plenty. Read the sad stor^ in many exciting chapters—of the hi* "hunt" at THE "HASTE Makes WASTE" No! For Winter Health—Washington *DELICIOUS APPLES Contains Vitamins C + *WINESAP APPLES Contains Vitamins C + Not in this case! Our fresh ! produce is rushed from the | finer orchards DIRECT to save you money. LESS WASTE! More savings for ibs. 15c .doz. I OC size 198 Contains Vitamins B1+ C+ + *ORANGES CALIF. S? 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