Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1942 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1942
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PAGE EIGHT FARM CHANGES NEAR SEXTON ARE REPORTED Sexton, Mar. 4—March 1, and moving time in many farming communities. There are several families which have- new homes The Dale Thompsons have moved to a farm near Osage, after residing in this community 11 years. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein, with a daughter, have the former Thompson farm, which they purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cink will again farm the Cink place, vacated by the Kleins. The Leo Stevens have a farm south of Hutchins, and the Garman brothers have the place vacated by the Stevens. The Arthur Olsons have moved into a new tenant house on the George Olson farm, and Arthur is helping his father. A fam- KOQSUttt CqUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. 16WA WEDDING ENSEMBLE Townsend Club Has Meeting— The Townsend club met at-the Legion hall Tuesday evening. Gold seals were awarded to. ten club members for outstanding work during 1941, and 24 members received special seal awards j for January. Special mention was made of nine club members now in the service of the United States armed forces. John H. Miller, national Townsend representative in Iowa, gave the main address, which followed a short talk by Mrs. Miller. Others giving responsive remarks were Glen Hain, presi- j dent of Algona club No. 2; J. H. Norton, president, Fort Dodge club No. 2; W. R. Carney, Burt; Theodore Elbert, Whittemore; Lloyd Smith, Forest City; J. C. Schroeder, president Emmets- j burg, club; and Ray R. Hanna, i Ruthven, candidate for congress ' from this sixth district. A musical contest was held: C. N. Humphrey, Algona, first; tnur is Helping his father. A lam- *-• IN. numpnrey, /iisuiia, IUBI; ily from Fen ton has moved into I Norbert Tietz, Whittemore, 2nd; the house vacated by the Arthur j Barney Casler, Algona, 3rd. De- CWannr* m. n *» AU~ A ~«l~« n n-. T i~1- foncd ctnmr\c wjnro cfivpn nc fense stamps were given as awards. Mrs. Mary Heard, with her assistants, served homemade pie and coffee. It was announced that the club council is to meet with Mrs. Heard at her new home at 502 South Wooster next Monday evening. Council members are and Mrs. William Ham- asked to be present. The next have moved to an Angle | club meeting will be held at the *«__ .1 L -* P.-..*... Legion hall Tuesday evening, March 17, and the program and Olsons near the Ambrose Lickteig farm and will be employed by Mr. Lickteig. Mr. and Mrs. Renix Wilson, who for 12 years had lived south of Sexton, on one of the former Hanna estate farms, have a farm east of Lu Verne vacated by Mrs. Chris Walters, who has purchased a place elsewhere. Mr. ' "' estate farm northeast of Sexton. Farewells for Farm Family— social committees have planned Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven were ' an Irish wedding, with lunch to honor guests at a farewell party ' follow: Friday evening at the Sexton! schoolhouse. Games were played j Federation Meeting Announced— under leadership of Mrs. Oscar Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, Hammond and Marjorie Turner.! chairman of the county Federa"' ' tion of Woman's clubs, announces that the federation's spring meeting will be held next Tuesday •at the Congregational church, Algona. It will convene at 11 a. m., and all clubs are to give their annual reports at that time. The speaker will be Mrs. John Gebers, Lincoln, Iowa, who is chairman of art for the state federation. Her topic will be, The Making and Judging of Pictures, and she will have with her a collection of her own paintings. Mrs. Gebers studied art at the The Stevens were presented with a picture. Lunch was served by a committee. T HE PRINCIPALS IN THIS GROUP are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Penning, at the left. They were married some weeks ago, in fact on the last day of the old year, and the minister was tha Rev. Calvin Schnucker, of the "German Valley" church. The bride is Dorothy, daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sleper, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bilio Penning. All reside in the neighborhood north of Titonka. Besides bride and bridegroom, others in the picture, left to right, are Marvin Penning, Rosella Bockelman, John- Penning, Marjorie Meyer, Albert Sleper, Marjorie Redenius, and the children, Elaine and Myron Redenius. Cut courtesy Titonka Topic. of devotions, and Jean Jones had the lesson. ard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, all of Algona. Courtesy for Mrs. La Barre— Mrs. Bob Williams and Mrs. Chester DeSart were hostesses at 1:30 dessert bridge luncheon Friday at the former's for Mrs. R. C. T Barre, who is leaving Algona soon. Mrs. La Barre was honored with a handkerchief show- ...^ er. Prizes were won at cards by i es" will be Mesdames Lyle Mrs. Wm. F. Steele and Mrs. Bill j Mathes, Stanley Keith, Robert WHITTEMORE YOUTH VICTIM IN ACCIDENT Whittemore, Mar. 4—Clarence, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Struecker, was taken to the McCreery hospital Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, following an auto accident three miles southwest of Whittemore- on No. 44. Struecker, who was employed south of West Bend but was on his way to Whittemore, collided with the Emory Bovard car, West Bend, which came onto the paving on a side road from the west. The Bovard car was hit by the Struecker car' on the right rear side. The BoVard car was damaged, and the Struecker car was completely wrecked. Struecker suffered a skull fracture at the base of the left ear and two scalp wounds which "required 18 stitches to close. He also suffered a deep cut on the left knee and minor cuts on hands and legs. There was a hemorrhage from the left ear., It is reported that there were five people in the Bovard car and that all suffered minor cuts and bruises, one of the women, besides, suffering broken ribs. Struecker was still unconscioui fOR Vay, Algon*. F6ft'SALB-*EAM OT . old PcWhcton geidltigj&awjl 41 head of ewe*.~S. A, OMdnef, Algona. . 12(2)26 FOft Fanning rtiUl for cleaning j bats and L ~ other Feed, seeds. Co. Algona ; Flour 12p25*2fl BEAUTIFUL SMALL PIANO. Can be seen in Algona. Terms on balance.—Acc't Dept,, bo* 76, Mason'City. 7p25 FOR SALE—3 HEAD COWS TO . freshen soon, 10 head Hampshire brood sows.—W. H. Brandow, Algona. 15u25 Ittti «« Joe R«ttef, Bancfof), Rt. a. ___ more With -rGfetta Colonial , Holds bill. Ask Muckey. 25 iheat Furnace. Easy to heat. Save on your us about it.—Laing & fl PRICES REDUCED Horns 1 for March Straight run as hatcied, $9.40; Leghorn pullets 100 books '••••' . Hatchet'y, Bancroft.^ SARGENT STARTING MASH— Contains Vy-Lactos FOR SALE — ROAN THREE- year-old horse, sound and broke to'work. — Phone 27F12, j ^rvrti VMH.HIM • ^ A*MWVU , ill*lH_;i«lO» I cod livcjr oil, scientifically blend-' ed. Results proved ty years of testing.4~J. R. Woodmatisee, Sargent & Co., Algona Bianch. 25 Gilbert Hargreaves. 16p25 FOR SALE—NATIVE EWES TO lamb middle .of May. Also young work horses.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. 15p25tf LOST—DIAMOND RING WITH' 3 diamonds lost in Algona Friday. Reward.—Arthur Olson, Sexton, phone 33F111. MINRAL MEAT MEAL IS. ALL need, in addition to your your hogs d quicker own grains, to make produce! bigger a n 10x20.4- ON LEG- delivery. $18.j)0; $1 per Hamilton 23urotf RED sale, purity.. CALL >l -G. ty.! tional becom e minerals. ^m pruuucu Digger ana qulCKer gains.—J. R. Woodmnnsee, Sargent & Co., Algona Branch. 25 ALFALA $11.85, Cl Blue Tag Edgedi >VER $9, >P Hybrid ^——•— | •» —o •""—o™*~~ *'r **rf *** **•* corn $2t65j all per bushel. Aho! many other bargains. us today for catalog and samples. w_ i* «-» t * • <M A.. , r ._... FOR SALE — '40 TWO-DOOR Chevrolet Good tires. In good condition. — Leandef Seefeld, Wesley, phone 2231. 12p25 12 P 25 —Hall Iowa. Roberts' Son, 'ostal card Postville, 30(2)25-28 The Union township Busy Bee Monday evening. Members o club met Friday at Mrs. Flor- the Bovard party were taken to ence Schichtl's. A guessing con- " test was won by Mrs. Nina Taylor. Another meeting \will be burg, held March 20, with Mrs. Mary Sarchet. At the Presbyterian Aid meeting today at the church, hostess- West Bend for first aid, some o them to a hospital at Emmets Daughter for Sexton Couple- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Wise have a new dauehter. born at the General hospital, Algona. FAREWELUT FENTON FOR THEHUSKAMPS Sharp. Farewell for Mrs. La Bane— A one o'clock luncheon was given in honor of Mrs. R. C. La- Nealy, James Godden, Lloyd Pratt, Frank Geigel, and Edna Shilts. Billy, little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bohannon, celebrated tj _. — _. __ —-—, -.-. ,^, .uu iTxi o« -i-i. u. j-j\jLia.im\jii. uclcUA alcu Barre Tuesday at Mrs. C. R. La- his seventh birthday Tuesday by Barre's. There were four tables i entertaining six little friends be- of bridge. Prizes in the form of i tween 4:30 and 6:30. Games were defense stamps were awarded to i played and dinner was served Mrs. Jack Hilton, Mrs. Ben Wof- i Mrs. Robert Williams enter- ford, Mrs. William Sharp, and tained the Hobby club Wednesday. Each member takes to meetings something in which she is interested to work on during the afternoon. Mrs. Chet DeSart. Farewell for a Soldier— A farewell party was given Sunday evening for Ray Alder- Art Institute, Denver. the_Uni- ! son, who left for the army Tuesday, at the home of his parents, Fenton, Mar. 4 — The Ervin Huskamps were honorees at a farewell party Friday evening. It was also Mrs. Huskamp's birthdny. Present were Mr. and ^^ lu llgurLJ palnung at me Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Mr. and , Iowa show, Chicago, and the TV/lTC Wnhanf TTunlm *•» n T\ff« n «J \ tt. . - .. . Of ,«••« luiv- versity of Iowa, and at Stone City. Many of the paintings are in private collections, some at Iowa State college, Ames, others at the Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and by the state. Mrs. Gebers has won many awards at state and national shows, among the awards first prize in figure painting at the Mrs. Robert Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, the Paul Saxtons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cody, son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth, Mr. and Mrs. Chan Theesfield, the Ernest Muellers, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago, daughter Lillian, the Arnold Krauses, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler, son John, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Emil "purchase" prize at the Iowa state fair in 1941. The district chairman, Mrs. C. H. Thompkins, Garner, will also be present. There will be some fine music, also short reports by committee chairman. A 35c luncheon will be served by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's circle of the Congregational Aid. Clubs are to notify Mrs. Cidney Laird, Algona, on how many Mr. and .. __^ „„„„, Ruthven. Relatives and friends attended. He had been a trucker for A. A. Fisher here. The Baptist Royal Ambassadors will meet Friday evening at 7:30 at the church. Ray Richard- A ~v ------ * iv -j *janu, .n.iKuiici, uii now manv Armstrong, Mr. and club members will attend the , . e Mrs. W. H. Huskamp, Fairmont, | luncheon the Emil Skartweds, Depew, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fredericks, Cylinder, and Virgie and E. Christenson, Viborg, S. D. MUCKEY RUNNER-UP FOR SCHOOL HONOR Cresco Party for Newlyweds Mrs. Wayne Smith and Verabel Ulfers entertained at a party Friday evening at the William Runchey home southwest of Algona honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Runchey, who were married January 14 at Dubuque. Thirty-five guests attended, and the evening was spent at 500. Prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Clayton and Mrs. Myron Alderson!! son is sponsor of this" group of 'teen age boys. Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained her bridge club Saturday evening, and prizes were won by Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and Mrs. Jos. Lynch, Mrs. Henry Johannsen attended a Busy Bee club meeting Friday at her sister Mrs. Florence Schichtl's, near Burt. The Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service has postponed its March luncheon till next week Thursday. Mrs. Neal Smith entertained her Thimble club Monday. Irvington Pupils, Teachers 100 Pet. in Defense Stamps Irvington, Mar. 2 — Teachers and puDils in the Irvington No. All-Day Aid Meeting— The Baptist Aid is having an all-day meeting today at the church. Hostesses at noon luncheon are Mesdames Karl Willas- son, Georeia Helgens, Rawleigh Pickard, Wayne Keith, and Minnie Jones, also Anna Ingersoll. Other Society News. The Book club will meet Friday with Mrs. Paul Lindholm. There are now 15 members. James Woodmansee and Mrs. A. A. Lindgren will be guests at this meeting, and Mrs. A. L. Brown will be in charge of program. Twenty-four members of the Wa-tan-ye club had 6:15 the bridegroom. The bride is the of Like other .colleges and universities, Dakota Wesleyan uni-1 f n rmoH~7v.n"'"•' *"TWT""" c 10 versity, Mitchell, S. D., Dr. Jos. VC Maneman ' H. Edge's school, publishes a yearbook. The D. W. U. book is known as The Tumbleweed, and one of its features is pictures of the "most glamorous" boy and girl in the school. Last week the students voted candidates for these distinc- , Shower for a Farmwife- Mrs. Charles Egel, of tions, and one of four boys who had been nominated for the election was "Bob" Muckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Algona. "Bob" did not win, but he was a close runner-up, lacking only throe votes. Reporting the result, the school's publicity director wrote: "Bob is a fine lad, well thought of by everybody here. As the school's social chairman he has done the best job of years promoting campus social life a wholesale way." ton township, was honoree at a surprise birthday party last Thursday evening, 30 friends attending: Mrs. Ernst Egel, Al- pona, planned the event. The time was spent at "500", a Mrs. Powell, Algona, winning high', and Mrs. Martin Backer, Burt, being low. Lunch furnished by the guests, was served late, and violin music by Mr. Egel followed. Mrs. Egel received many dinner will follow at 6:30, when the men and families will be puests. T. H. Chrischilles has charge of the program. The Alma Noble chapter of the Baptist World-Wide Guild met on Tuesday evening at Fay T™;™ i Lashbrook's, 16 girls attending. Irving- Mrs. F. C. Volzke was in charge if a The teachers are *«=«=., Schulz and Elizabeth Ann Lemke, No. 9 ; and Helen Lemkee, No. 4. The pupils of No. 9 are also aiding defense by collecting waste, scrap iron, and tin cans, and the proceeds are to be used to purchase library books and food for hot lunches. in News Received of Wesley Soldiers Wesley, Mar. 4—Mr. and Mrs Charles Kraus have received news that their son Donald, who enlisted in the air corps some weeks ago, has been transferred P. T. A. Meeting Announced— The Elementary P. T. A will mer.t nn x t Tuosdnv at 2:30 n. m at the Bryant building. The Third ward school will present a program: First grade, a unit on transportation; second and third grades, a unit on Indians; Fourth grade, a marionette play; Fifth •'nd Sixth prades, a unit on the line. Fay Meade, county boys' 4-H leader, will speak on home defense and food. enter- Birthday =s Celebrated— _, ..„„ „,..,_• 11 LiMiiauii-rea i "•''rs. George Mahoney i-iui_-i. from Shepherd Field, Tex to ! tainp d at five tnhlns of 500 Sat Lowne Field, Denver. He is now i urday evening in honor of h-- husband's birthday, and among the guests were Mr. Mahoney's sisters, Mrs. Peterson, of Linn, and Mrs. Roy Powell, Midnight lunch was attending an armament school tred Diekmann Jr., 'Wesley youth who was employed at the Iowa State bank, Algona, and was also sent to Shepherd Field is still there. BONDS AND SAVINGS , f-rnve, Dairyman Here Has Sold Cow and Bull Peterborough, N. H., Mar 2- Herman P. Sekhoff, Kanawha recently purchased a registered Guernsey cow from Carl Brown Alpona. Bpatrice's Hope 300 97; is the name under which this ani rna] is registered with the American Guernsey Cattle club. Peter H. Sekhoff. West Bend, lately bought a bull, Beatrice Lucy's Defender, from Mr. Brown served. Mrs. M High prize was won by Redfield, low by Mrs HOSPITALS KOSSUTH L ' Ben g e - Sioux Farewell for a Soldier- Mr, and Mrs. Perry Lowman gav JP. a d »nner recently in honor arH £ J' owman ' s brother, How- fnr £ Lq - wman ' who is leaving for the army March 8. In at^^ re Nellie Sankey the Delbert Sankeys, Garner; the Melvin Kerns, and How- WELL DltlLTJNft A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 17W cossARD's Delicate Shadow Print NYLON SHEER Ensemble Dainty flowerettes are shadow printed on semi-transparent NYLON crepe in this matching foundation, step-in :md uplift group. The combination has hip panels of NYLON Leno elastic, a NYLON Marquisette topped uplift section, and it closes with a slide fastener. ^ Model 75/0 , , The 16-inch step-in is of the same printed NYLON and NYLON Leno elastic. Model 810 * has a slide fastener. NYLON Marquisette tops the printed Nylon bra. Model 1510 in small, medium and * large bust types . * 750 1.00 Chrischilles Store COS SARD Want Ads of all kinds are CASH; no charge accounts. No 'till ordered out' orders. Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent, etc., 2c word.. Minimum 25ci Add lOc for mailing replies to 'blind' ads. Stamps accepted for ordinary wants. Count each set of initials as one word, also each set telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary words such as 'one,' etc. Contract low rate on long readers. Legals lOc line, 5c line for repeats. WELL DRILLING — Spear & Phillips, .phone 255. 1007 North Main, Algona, Iowa 35t FOR SALE—5 HEAD HORSES —John Lickteig, Wesley. phone 2288 10p25-26 FOR SALE—GEESE FOR breed ing purposes.—Mrs. John Rich phone 10F131. 9 U 2 FOR RENT — FARM HORSE Seed barley for sale. — John Lang Jr., Burt. 10p25-26 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Be Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14t FOR SALE—MODERN 7-ROOM house in east part of Algona.— Paul W. Schmidt, Lone Rock phone 3810. 16p23-24-2J MORT-0-DINE Mineral & Mea Meal costs less than tankage goes twice as far with better re 5ults. Algona Flour & Feed Co or local Mort-O-Dine dealer 26-w-50-t FOR SALE—NEW Schult and used house trailers. Easy terms. Also two shop builts suitable for tenant houses. — Para- land Service Station, Spenr-pr. 21p24-26 . • Costly new Krispeigh fa brics . • Lmtd with $19.75 Chrischilles FOR SALE—RECLEANED SOY beans for seed, good germination, $2.50 per bu.' Also a few bu. ' brid seed com, med, flat, T No sacks furninhed.—Carl Hutchins, Algona, phone 24F3. 30p25 EASY TO FEED — SARGENT'S Minral Meat Meal for hogs.—J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & Som- pany, Algona Branch. 25^29ES LEAVING ALGONA — MUST! BUILD PORK FOR DEFENSE sell household belongings, in-| —Cut your mineral and tank- eluding 1941 bottled gas stove, fl ge costs by supplementing Sar- full size.—409 N. Phillips St., gent's Minral Meat Meal, with phone 839J. 19p25 corn. Ready mixed, easy to ——— feed. Minerals, tanks ge, condi- ORDER YOUR BABY CHICKS tioners, regulators, all included, now and save early order dis- Feeders report remarkable recounts. Nutrena laying and chick, rults. Get money-back trial bap starter mashes and pellets.—Wei-1 —J. R. Woodmansee, Sargent & lendorf Hatchery. 20p25; Company, Algona BraiTch. 25ES .G,C PODIAJ Corns, Toc s. etc., are to 8 yroptoms of 'trouble. Avoid i HAVING JUST RETURNED J St t neglect Hutchison 1'hone mm fmont ROMMARKETANlp KNOWING FIRST HAND T^E FAR REACHINcll EFFECTS OF ALL OUT WAR ON 11 Clothing and Foot flssist itford, FOR CIVILIAN USE, WE DEEM IT OUR TO TELL YOU THE ^ACTS NOW. OUR ARMY COPIES FIRST, j To equip our own Army and help our allies will co|il «ume most of our resources. This must and will be don|f now, and while this store's assembly of merc||l andise lasts, you have a chance to provide quality |f! wearing apparel for you men and boys at reasonable prices. | You're Welcome To It, When It's G I New Spring Gcjods Galo | SUITS - TOPCOATS | $18.75,o 40.00 1 SHOES & OXFORDS | $2.98 to $10 00 I OVERCOATS I $16.75 45.00 HOSIERY 1 25c to 75c HATS f $1.95 $10.00 I RUBBER FOOTWEAR 98c $4.35 —by Hart Schaffner & Man,QJ Craft and Streamline. —by Freemin, Leu-Clair —by Alpagora, Hart Schaffwi Interwoven Dobbs You Can Still New Snappy The

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