Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1942 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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SECTION March 5, 1942 ROCK CHURCH BENEFICIARY OF GOD'S ACRE PLAN 5 ,' ect _.;.be con- Irtbre farm- ptrticipate. in the d on in ^communities. on Frank >r'Sf>" I **utrwuf '. iiiftwv i«J5 t/.GrG, yiiti^ltooMsIxjudtke to The Mr. Kut- Schrnidts to is •-family I s^ Schmidt ...,..,, 568 moved — ,,.,^. . J^'Meyers family f^/^ing to,the;Wallace farm, the 11 [di?Ratlpi^g;?mflie-M-yer 1 *l\a0p$ii^il!S(;e^ to **WX«**^.:*]f«i.?£'W«iiJ''\i*jr«M.'. ; : Tk nn ! n 1 wei Daniel Jim Feeding Action on the Dairy Farm >p«S PICTURE APPEARED in the Sunday Des Moines Register. Many in Kossui suth dlirV,!!, 'w 09 ? 1 ^? 9 . Andrev ? Gpdfcedson. a U dressed up in his dairy uniform. A Kossulh had no diffi- veteran in' Kos Mr. Godfredson has a fine~Hofste"ui hlwd. gona creamery gets the product. . . veeran n os- Wh ° tot ?*?Z , Ye< ? t -°f mM the ««n next south of the Kossuth hos- * * h ™ m * across the road - , across the road a mUe soul h from the fair grounds he believes in liberal feeding for best results. The Al- LU VERJSTE AND VICINITY S ° The Harry Christiansens, Ma- an aviation school . . Arend .prop- Maf ^Ipv; -j me^^l*lre%S&turday, ireiithejgjw^ at bRcMiTi^ New r Members— , the week -? nd The Howard Hendersons visit•it. •** rn. • i- ««.».i» j-.ivi inc iiuwaiu xienaersons visit with Mrs. Christianson's father, ed at Howard's sister Mrs. Er- j S u Holmes - / Ralph Diekoff vin Barton's and Allen Thomp- and the Dr. A, J. Easons, all of son's, also at the La Verne Jef- visited Lu Verne friends, fers home, Sunday Al Hansen, Spencer, spent the week,end at Lloyd Smith's, and .Edward Lindebak was at home from Fort Dodge, where he is employed. Phil Lichty Jr. was here from Mason City. Verna Parks, who teaches in the Vernon school, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Edw. Dehn- •t. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyers went to Woodward Saturday for a few days with Mrs. Meyers' parents. Mrs. Meyers' brother, James Troutman, who lived with! ert. Mrs. Ralph Consuer entered a Fort^Dodge hospital Monday for surgical treatment Mr. and Mrs. William Ristau went to Sioux City Saturday to visit Arno and Bruno Ristau. Bruno has enlisted in the coast guard, and was to leave for training early this week. Mrs. Lew Bagley, Rolfe, visited Lu Verne friends last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen were at Algona Saturday even- dinner honoring ^meeting Merron, Ifc.- -.enter,ea atfsunday dJimer inhonor mercthe birthdays of Edward, his STV^f-L-A"-' R»>?v'**"iir**'Ai:l«i_ l, 1Cf i_ At-' ., the Clif- M. John 'even- Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. 'Henry 4,'Mrs. I. .tMarlow $Schroe- Mr. me indicia ncie.iur some years, left Monday for military service. Shirley Dimler went to Humboldt Sunday, and is now employed at the Humboldt hotel. ' Ralph, youngest son of Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Boge, has 'gone to Omaha, where he is a student in Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun on their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Morensen and Mrs. C<il- houn are sisters. Mrs. Cecil Wermersen, of Fort Dodge, and her daughter Car"men were visitors Saturday al the John Ramus home. Richard have a baby girl, Margaret Ann.- Mr. Eggers'is employed at Christenson's. The Clarence Ackersons, Wesley, spent Friday evening at Qeoree Long's. Marvin Ackerson, Wesley, and Esther Leudtke, Spencer, spent last week Tuesday evening there. The Faber Dugans, Humboldt, William Salmon, and the Merwin Marlows spent Saturday and Sunday at Sam Necker's, Waterloo. Shirley Marlow, instructor at Lime Springs, and Betty Marlow, who teaches near Titonka, spent the week-end at home. The Arthur Zumachs spent Sunday -evening at mach's, Lotts Creek, Mrs. Car-l Zumach's birthday. The Rev., and Mrs. L. Richmann, Burt, and the daughter Shirley spent Sunday afternoon at Henry Schroeder's. t David Lee Macumber, Algona, spent the week-end grandparents, Mr. man, of after- :einhold STuesday 'ins spent i Richard r and Mrs. nded ' a after- Hicks, Ban- pamed ester !' Laabs peratjon Pettit an to a Dodge mother, j Shirley ftrft'i ends i supper s. com- Carl Zu- it being with his and Mrs. Frank Macumber. The Harris Wadsworths have M™ gone to Amiret, Minn., for a "%£ T~iY~' week at E. W. Madden's and with ^ u Wermersen and John Phillips were here Sunday. Simon' Ellifritz returned Friday from three months at Carlinville, 111. Daniel Higgins and Arthur Ramus were at Kansas City from last week Tuesday .till Thursday on a business mission. I. W. Hof was a business visitor at Des Moines and Omaha Thursday and Friday. Mrs. William Ellis spent from last Thursday till Sunday at her daughter Nelle O'Connell's, Humboldt. Mrs. O'Connell moved to a different apartment Saturday. A daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wolf at the General hospital, Algona. Mrs. Wolf is 'the -former Betty Thompson. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin were Friday evening dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Beeh, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Corbin had been attending classes at Fort Dodge that day for instructors in Red Cross home nursing courses. Carl Hof, Sumner, visited Sunday at Lawrence Hof's. Mr. and . . other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and Claude Hawk" s|ent IWday at the Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. — visitors. Maxine Smith came from Sioux City Sunday to recuperate from a recent appendicitis operation. _Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keipps Roy Guy, and Andrew Johnson Spirit Lake. ' Rov Gu yi and Andrew Johnson, Nurse Home on Vacation The Lawrence Dittmers and Rock Islan d» visited here and at • Betty Anderson, who hi Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent Monday A/g° n a Friday and Saturday, pleted her second year of nurses at Spencer with the Harley Shel- Me ? srs - Guy and Johnson are training at the Kahler school of litos. employed in a John Deere plant nursing, Rochester, Minn., came 1Vff°« n « J ma 1 -wn _i __• -i *•« i t. " • ^ • • •• ' Vis\mA l*iof iirooV Tiidorlov -f/M* a litos. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. ca lves-all heif- Mary Zoller 7 s Br celvn Minn ^^les Deibler, farmer east of ^k&^S^^V,.,^^ 1 ^.-^ ? »a«Lve-;it or Not arrived Sunday and is employed at the Cotton hatchery. Mr. and/Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, visited Saturday afternoon at N. L. Cotton's. . i Jesse Blanchard, Ames, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. Marjorie Pettit left Friday for Des Moines to visit relatives. Gust Kraft, Algona, spent Sun- • day at Emil Kraft's. RECEPTION FOR A SWEA-EAGLE PAIR NEWWEDS Swea-Eaglc Twps., Mar. 4— Mr. and Mrs. Philip Holcomb, recently married, were honorees at a recent reception at the home of Philip's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, near Lakota. A short program was given, the senior Mr. Holcomb acting as toastmaster: piano solo, Doris Holcomb; vocal solos, Reuben Holcomb and Ruth Anderson; talks by Mrs. Adolph Anderson, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Mrs. Theo. Wallentine, Pastor R. E. Borg. Gifts were presented and lunch was served. Guests were the Lewis Holcombs, East Chain, Minn.; Lulu Holcomb, Estherville; the George and Theo. Wal- lentines, Mrs. Anna Dahl, her daughters, the Martin Dahls, the Adolph Andersons, Borg family, the Otto, Larsons, and Reuben, Gordon, and Roger Holcomb. Mrs. Merlin Hard! Honored— Mrs. Merlin Hardt, a recent bride, the former Ethel Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Eagle township, has been honored at three showers. Last week Monday at Mrs. Andrew Larson's, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs. Thos. Johnson Jr. assisting, a shower was given; another at Mrs. John Johnson's Wednesday, assisting hostesses being Mesdames Harold Guy, Verne Johnson, and Ronald Witzel; and the third Monday night at Mrs. Buell Johnson's> Swea City, Mrs. Rudy Hardt and Mrs. Arden Reynolds assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Hardt live with Mr. Hardt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt, and Merlin helps his father. Farm Families Move— The C. C. Cushings have moved onto the Martin Olson farm, the Olsons to the Algot Swanson place; the Swansons to Swea City. The ' Archie Ditsworths have moved into Grant township, where they purchased a farm, and the .Roger Lindes are moving to a farm where the Dits- worths lived, owned by Peter Heiken. Mr. Linde has the Allis-Chalmers implement shop at Swea City. Often livestock is take in trade, so he decided to farm as a sideline. A Mr. Hake lives in a tenant house and will work the farm. Carlsons lo Armstrong Farm— The Tankard Carlsons, who had lived on the Valley farm 16 years, have moved to a place south of Armstrong which they bought last fall, and the H. Ha- germans have the farm left by the" Carlsons. John Gute is re- have the farm. The Tulo broth- DOAN FARM COMMUNITY HAS A CARD CLUB NAMED 'PATRIOTIC Doan, Mar. 5—The Doan Patriotic club wag entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa's last week Wednesday evening, and the high scores were won by Fred Girres and Mrs. William Cosgrove, low being Mrs. Henry Nelson and O. E. Hott, travel, Mrs. Girres. A farewell party given for Mr. and Mrs. Amos week Struthers are having dental work done at Algona. Mrs. Tom Elefson will be hostess to the Aid next week Thursday. 7Y»v • . Tuesday evening, and a AneJ, A?^ S r T- nt v? d to the wfl ° Angles. At cards high was won with. by Mrs. Asa, and William Cos- Charles Uhlenhake were low, Mrs. A. J. Martinek winning travel. | Van Hansens Here Again— Ted Hoover and Dale Struthers drove to Milford Friday to help the Arch Struthers family move to a farm vacated by Van Hansens, who are moving back here and have the farm recently S&L HI maga- vacated by the Ben Knox family ' have a farm near Cor- grove was low, travel going to George Johnsons in Move- Mrs Hott. Lunch brought by the Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson guests was served. Mr. and Mrs. moved. Thursday to a farm in ngle moved Thursday to Al- Plum Creek township and the wfv 8 ' «vSL™1 y ha Ju a ? hum ' L 0 "' 3 "Hansens have the farm the way apartment. The Angles Johnsons vacated. 117£H*« rtl/»l *<n/i« .4 A« J- n _ * 11. • » — •-*. . were old residents of this community,. Married for 23 Years _ Wm. J. Martinek Other Doan News. The Dale Struthers family spent Sunday at, West Bend with Dale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. » . . . ~^* paicill , a , lvlr . ana mrs celebrated their 23rd wedding .George Struthers, and a family anniversary last Thursday even- dinner was served in honor erf '" e - ert ?, mi u g at four tables Howard Struthers, who hlgh score was won Tuesday for the army left ™ by Mrs Wm Ricke and Harold Martinek, and Irene Ricke college friends. She attended college at Dubuque two years before taking nurses' training. Andrew Hovey Now 82 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hovey, daughter Dianne, and Arden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey, Algona, dfove to Fort Dodge Sunday to help Andrew Hovey celebrate his 82nd birthday. He lives at his son Samuel's, near Fort Dodge. Edwin and Samuel are sons of the elder Mr. Hovey. Attend Stale Legion Meeting- Mrs.. William Thompson and Mrs. Fred Peterson returned last week Wednesday from Des Moines, where they attended a state meeting of the Legion auxiliary. Other Swea-Eagle. Mrs. M. Felkey, Eau Claire, Wis., visited last week with relatives here, the Roy and Robert Pehrsons, and at her brother Arden Hovey's. She went Saturday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey, Algona. The Virgil Jensons spent Sunday with Mrs. Jenson's mother, Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Winnebago, Minn. Mrs. Floyd Treat and Mrs. Harry Tish entertained the Baptist Guild at the Guild Hall Friday. Mrs. Bleich, Burt, Injured in a Fall Burt, Mar. 4—Mrs. William Mrs. Jerome Hawkins and her and granddaughter, Shirley Nelson, have returned from visits at Milwaukee with relatives Harold Martinek and Mrs Dale me uarisons. jonn uute is re- „, . :*» *"•"• * — lvlrs - vymiam tiring, and the Jergen Hansons I * lei< ;h fell and hurt her right - Qulder badlv Sunda badlv Sunday morning. . - . ers, from near Haifa, have moved °?e had gone to the Lutheran onto the farm where Henry Long church, and missed her glasses, lived, the Longs having moved so started back to look for them +~ T nnn TJ^nl, TV.n At.4-l.ii*. r»«oo When She StllmhlpH nn tVvo rniierV to Lone Rock. The Arthur Cass- ems have the tenant house on the William Evans farm, and Arthur is-a farm hand there. Nurse Home on Vacation— Betty Anderson, who has com- In4-As4 VHIT* *»rt«i-i-r-n-l WAOI* f\f v\l *•**£•£*&* M » n —_. home last week Tuesday for a ONE FOR MR. RIFLE?. three weeks vacation' with her Charles Deibler, farmer east of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. lanna hoc „ TJ»U M ^-T* _- "-^ Anderson. The Andersons took her to Williams last Thursday to visit the Clifford Andersons, and NEW ALGONA COUPLE. Wesley, Mar. 4—Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle moved to Algona .last week., Mr. Angle rented his farm to a tenant who will operate it under Mr. Angle's supervision. , from there she went to Dubuque Friday for the week-end with m Tax The final date of filing your Federal Income Tax Return is March 15. Many changes have been made affecting the 1941 Returns. Your attorney, whose business it Is to know what these changes are, is competent and capable of giving you the assistance you need in making out your Income Tax Returns, and his charge will be reasonable. However, due to the. great increase of tax work, it is imperative that you contact your attorney inv ,niediately so that he may commence work on your Return. The time is short and you may find yourself unable to obtain proper assistance if you neglect putting off the preparation of your In* come Return until the last minute. Kossuth County THE ARROW DOUBLES: when she stumbled on the rough road and fell. Mrs. J. G. Thaves is caring for her. Ol»D SOUTH* COTTO-N BLOSSOM LOTION A sun ...mo, MS" FOR REGULAR $1 00 BOTTLE Indeed Yes, Madam. This Spring you can afford BOTH a Suit and a Coaf so EASILY at S & L. For hand's and face—those rough elbows and chapped and weather punished skin— use the luxury Cotton Blossom Lotion. 50(< for the regular $1.00 hob-nail replica bottle. Daintily scented-screamy and extra softe'ning. Grand for'gift or bridge prizes. K.D. James The Doubler is two shirts in one! With the collar flared open, the Doubler is a fine sport shirt, good for golf or terujis or just plain loafing; button the top button, slip on a tie, and before you can say "Whatta shirt!"—it becomes a smart regular shirt! Like <$ Arrow Shirt?, Jhe Doublet has "Mitoga" figure4it, * Sanforised label (maximum shrinkage 1%) and buttons that are anchored on! We've got this Doubler Jn your size and sleevtv length. Come in today and look .this double-duty «hirtover! . »,,'.,.,... $2.50 t : - , n times like these i fliiiiipiii'^'i't- ••> m iyl|6%et quality i-Sf 1 - Jli-'ls!*!*- ••• . i i|asfe-tKat means g-run economy! % •••• ,,d'' ' .' .H ,|T, i, iil'n..'jfl/»*. , : .-.). • ' So get SELLING FOR $12.95 ELSEWHERE The very same beauties you've seen in your fashion magazines. Casual or sports coats, fitted reefers, wrap-arounds, plaid and covert reversibles. Excitingly new suits in pilot or dressmaker types. OTHERS UP TO $22.85. "SUIT- MATES" KUPPENHEIMER New haft that add fht perfect touch to your witi. Flatttring, imart, gay. STUNNING CAROLYNNE SHOES Only at S & L Spring's darlings of DOUARS LESS than you expected to pay. New Beiges, Blues, Tani, Reds. Widths AAA to B MATCHING BAGS and GLOVES Pastels, street ^ '" shades Simply magnificent at thii tiny price. Stitched or shirred bags Longer length Gloves. SUCH SWEET SWEATERS *S Other lot 39 »•* latlly Worth $3 Slip overs, cordigoni. Knitted cuff* •hat love to be pushed up. Olor. tout pastels. COUEGI "F1INGMIS" OAIOM Oil Mow cvf» Heavily fringed, tba way vo v Uke th Eo»y to

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