£AGE EIGHT mi ""•* "™ NA - 10WA - Frmers ALL OFFICERS ARE NAMED FOR OFFICES AGAIN Lakota Restaurant Waitress is Bride Lakota, Mar. 18-Bernice Cars ensen, daughter of Mrs. An- dlrew Anderson, Lakote, and Kelvin ('Bill'), son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ukena, drove to Blue Earth Saturday morning ahd were married. They were at- 1 ttaded by Amanda Ukena, sister Fenton, Mar. 18— The annual o f the bridegroom, and George meeting of the stockholders of ^eringa, both of Lakota. The mers Elevator Co. here tj ride * 0 re a gown of robins egg evening. Mr*. John Alitz, Ma- eni Thutftday night at Dohfeld Houck's. wete Sun- Slykc's, Marga wcok-en stiS LONE ROCK toe Famers Elevator Co. ere tj ride was held at the school gym Sat- biue silk. gown The. couple went to was e a e . . Sday Officers were elected: Lake Park for a few days at the E J Frank, president; H. H. bride's sister Mrs. Lloyd Snow s. _„!,„,.' ,,ioo- A TT. Mevers. sec- . 'hill' is emnloyed at a local pro- Dreyer, vice; A. H. Meyers, sec retary-treasurer. , , Directors elected are C. F. Reisendorfer restaurant. Kern, John Light, Paul Nemitz, B. G. Berkeland, and M. E. Burwash. Berkeland and Burwash, •whose terms were up, were reelected. Charles Wesibrod is elevator manager, with Fred Mortenson and Dale Weisbrod as assistants. A Mr. Edson, Fort Dodge, of the state grain dealers' association, was main speaker. The company decided to buy $500 in defense bonds. Free lunch was served, the „,„ is employed * -«,« ctuce station; the bride, at the LAKOTA F, B, IS HOST TO BOY^COUTS Lakota, Mar. 18—The Ledyard Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsons, Burt, daughter Barbara, and Mrs. Carl Wauge, Janesville, Wis., spent Friday evening at Everett Hanna's. George Hanna took Mrs. Tillie Hanna to Story City Friday to visit relatives. Margaret Charlson spent the week-end at the parental home at Forest City. The Arthitr Zu- machs were afternoon callers at the Mrs. C. W. Peters home near Algona. The Lyle Marlows were supper guests at Ralph Bier- __v,ir» Bureau met at The Donald Radigs had as last week Wednesday supper guests in honor of their son Rogers third birthday Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Lotts Creek; the Martin iDreyers, Burt; the Geo. Boltes, Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher, Fenton; and the Alex Radigs. The Donald Radigs spent Sunday evening at John Schallin's. The Jos. Culbertsons were last Thursday evening guests at Mrs. Jennie Whitford's. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow entertained at five tables of 500 Attending: the and ke, Bancroft, L?uis Remy, an M Gross made a business trip CM Gross to Clarion last Thursday. The Henry Kuecks and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen spen *T O. persons attending the J™*al «f William Dehnert, Algona, Satur day. The were F e MeVwin Marlows dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. t W Collins, Livermore, and all visited the Faber Dugans, Humboldt, in the afternoon, wihinrn Nelson and his son ™ BOV The Boy 5nd serving. da >' ^^ ™ th the - R ^ ~ a " d Methodist Children Meet— A children's group of the Methodist W. S. C. S. had a first meeting Sunday morning, 11 to j V s sun f 12. A primary group under lead- j * ership of Mrs. Lester. Weisbrod began study of "All Round the World." and the older children | Scout creed, Scout started study of "Doors Open for All." with Mrs. Walt Widdol as Friday night at Frank Met all s. i , -^ i __.__ vi signals witn flags; __,r» a • had ! win Marlow won the high prizes; naa . Dick o , Donnell and Ervin i Wetzell were low. and Dick O'- Wortman accompanist; and Donnell won travel. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig Ui<- as" ' were Sunday dinner guests at Hani-' Alex Radig's. The I. W. Nelsons Scout spent the afternoon at Mrs. Cora Bacon's, Algona. Charles Quinn, Lawrence Men- K and^e^Richards family spent Sunday with the Webbs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt spent the week-end at _Mrs. Householder's, Litchfield, Minn., and Henry Rath's, in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, with their grandson, John cotton, spent Tuesday at Harley Shellito's, Spencer. Mr. Cotton had a business mission at Spencer. • Richard Behrends and Robert Hanna were Sunday dinner guests of Edward Haack at the parental Fred Haack's. Layonne Bannick and Christina Kading were afternoon guests at Lucille Haack's. Mrs. Ranney Bleich and Mrs. Ody Cherland spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. • Raymond Bierstedt. The Clarence Macum- bers, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Frank Macumber s. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard had dinner at Lawrence Newbrough's, and afternoon guests there were the John Newbroughs, St. Joe. and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chnsten- son, Mrs. Charles Morris, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen were among Wursday at Raymond Ruby', andVioletN* son were Sunday ivistors at Glen Graham's, Bode. The Theodore Jacobins, Burt, were dinner guests of the Nelsons. Mrs. Lawrence Walsh, Davenport, who had been visiting *t Hugh Walsh's, went home Sunday, and Viola Hutchinson went to Davenport with her for a V Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, and their son Rex, San Antonio, Tex., spent Saturday and Sunday at W. G Flaig's. Marian Jensen and Annabelle iinkle, Muscatine teachers, spent he week-end with the formers arents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jen- The William Raths and Mrs. Vlma Johnson, near Algona.were unday dinner guests at James Vadsworth's, and the Melfred Mitchells had dinner at Theodore kelson's, Cylinder. The Fred Haacks, William ,eininger, his sons, Mr. and hostesses. This group will pre- Boehm took over a blac k sses s eroup w -laws; piano solo John, uh h here last fall moved the play ChSge of the j Wortaan, sonfrAll for the Love | int(J the wdse house one day e ^? s,,nH a v m n?nin ff . The of America, Winston Schroeder. i. . Cross next Sunday morning. The girls will have charge of (he en- Rev. J. G. Lakota is proud that the only two Eagle Scouts in the county services in the Methodist church at Estherville. in charge of ' l iv e here—Thomas Hanifan and First Baby for Hanifans— Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan jprceda? ffi. a™ P a« n r of JM": WUliam Bau = north- their first child, a girl, born last; ]^ umann home 'Friday evening, inuisaaj. 1111 t i. . i _„ ...„_,«- ntt.pndinET. Gamete were last week; Back From the East— Mr. and Mrs. Honno Aeilt, who had spent four months in New Jersey, where Honno was em- Shower for a Bride— . p i O y e( j. go t home recently, and A pre-nuptial shower honor- I are with Honno ' s parents in Gering Anna, daughter of Mr. and Editor Edgar Inlay. visited the Henry Mitchells last Thursday, and went on to Blue Earth to visit Mrs. Goernat's mother, Mrs. Mitchell. Mabel, Viola, and Deloris Roelfsema and Elsie Price spent he week-end with an aunt, Mrs. A. Yager, Mason City. Swea City, and the grandparents arc Mr. E. K. Johnson here. Johnson first grandchild. Legion 'Aux' Women Meet— The Legion Auxiliary met Friday at Mrs. Henry Tieman's, 14 members attending, and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and a son were guests. Lesson - material on Mexico was given by Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mrs. George Jorgenson, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, and Edith Wolfe. man township. Honno is working for his father. Boy Gets Farm Job— women attending. Game's were Billie Hanson, 14, has begun "m-uprnnl I played, and in a spelling contest wor k on the J. H. Warburton ' ' Betty Eggerth won first prize, i f arrn . This is his first farm job. Mesdames Roland Smith Sr., : jjc works only before and after and W. E. Gut- ; sc hool. •mecht won firsts in other contests. The honoree will be mar- August Zumachs Now Here— Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, who formerly lived at Rolfe, moved here last week, into rooms in the Mrs. Anna Meyers house, vacated by the Alfred McNa- ried this week Wednesday evening at the Lutheran church to Bruno Stecker, Titonka, and they will farm, near Buffalo Center. California Too "Jappy"— Other Lakotn Hews. Mesdames J. E. Smith and I. E. Wortman were hostesses at the Presbyterian Aid's most recent meeting, and 40 women attended. Mrs. Fred Schroeder had charge of devotions, the high num . Schroeder The Kisle Andersons who had school sexteiis sang been at Bellflpwer, Calif., a year, b and winston arrived a week ago Saturday and gave a so j o arc at present with Mrs Ander- , ^ and Mrg j A B r son s parents, Mr and Mrs. AT. drove to Fort Dod Frid to Buckels, near Thompson. The visit relatives and Saturday Andersons expect to farm in went to Paton to viait the dau h . Minnesota this year. ^Mr^Ander- ter Mrg Connie Roelfsema) re . „ , "-"•-, iac- turnmg Sunday, tnere | Emma Qutknecht, Mrs. Dale maras, who moved to a farm west of Ringsted. Alvin Zumach Has Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield and the Earl Theesfields, Armstrong, with Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, were entertained at dinner Sunday at Alvin Zumach's in honor of Alvin's birthday. Group to Hartley Sunday— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, daughter La Vonne, the E. J. Franks, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, the E. K. Johnsons, and the Fred Newels were dinner guests Sunday at Le Roy Newel's, Hartley. Three to Garden School— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Charles Newel attended a county Victory garden meeting at the Algona high school building Friday. Girl's Appendix Removed— Donna Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Foley, had an appendicitis operation Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. son worked in a California factory, but decided that might be too many Jap planes in the air there. Former Lakotan Passe WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 17tf TODAY'S WEATHER Today may be cold, tomorrow lUfpriiJnaly mild. That h when YOU appreciate a coal that reipondi readily to draft control and givei you the kind of heat, you want, when you want it. Botiferd'i Peerleu irthat kind of coal. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. BOTSFDRlfS^^COflL Botsford Lumber Compoi Phone 256 !"><• BIRTHDAY Smith, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknech drove to Mason City Friday, anc .U.IKVW.IU.. * t»,,~*, Lena Gutknecht came here with ThTEmory'smfthrand Fred l^em for -the week-end with her Goernats, Ankeny, Huittners received word Saturday of the death last Thursday of Mrs. Emery Bevard, of West Bend, who had her back broken in a car accident a few days before. The Bevards lived here ten years ago, when Mr. Bevard worked on the Rock Island section. P an .G, G, SHIERK PODIA TRIS 7 (Foot Specialist) Corns, Callouses, Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hutchison Bldg. - Algona Phone 250-W. GLASS TUMBLERS Popular fluted crystal glass tumblers. Full 9 ounce size. Special value! Wrecked Car Home Again— A. T. Buckels went to Oklahoma via train recently and drove home his car, wrecked in an accident there early in the year. He is well again, but Mrs. Buckels still suffers with her back. They moved to a farm near Thompson March 1. Six to Garden School— Mesdames Charles Eggerth, William Kienitz, Otto Koppen, Fred Schroeder, Jerry Heetland, and N. F. Grote accompanied Mrs. Carl Gerzema to Algona Friday to attend a Victory gar- Otlier Fenton Ts'eivs. The Saturday Afternoon Bridge dub met \yith Mrs. J. A. Mueller, and substitutes were Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod. Mrs. Arlo Ranney won the high score, and Mrs. E. K. Johnson was second. Prizes were defense stamps. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wokascl), Fairmont, spent Monday at Robert Huskamp's. Ruth Mae Kyhl, who attends a beauty school at Mason City, was here for the week-end at the parental Robert Kyhl's. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, ttje Don Weisbrods, and Mrs. Haf- vey Thomas, the latter of Green Mountain, were entertained (it dinner Sunday at W. E. Laage's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, Cylinder, were guests at dinner Sunday at Martin Hantelman's. Margaret Reimers, Burt, spent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod. The E. C. Weisbrods ajid Georgia Gerhart were Sunday dinner guests at "Bill" Boettcher's, Burt. Marilyn Boettchpr, Burt, visited Saturday at We^s- brod's. The Jolly 500 club met Friday night at E. C. Fauerby's. Mrs. Robert Kyhl won high, Mr. Kyhl -was low, and Charles Glaus Deceived a special prize. The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder, with the Rev. and Mrs. "Walter Discher, Whittemore, Twere at Fort Dodge Monday. CAGERS BANQUETED. Burt, Mar. 18—The Band Mothers club served a banquet Tuc|s- day evening to the basketball teams of the State Line confep- «nce in the school gymnasir— 3iere. den school at the building. high school Boehm Family to Town— The Boehm family, which had been living in the Albert Koppen house, east of town, shvje H.W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling & draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Good Kossuth County Land for Sale by Referee .The undersigned has been appointed Referee to sell the following described land in Kossuth County, Iowa, belonging to the W. W. Ehler Heirs THE S}& OF SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 34, RANGE 27—820 ACHES. * f . •^-> ?J B -'^ TUchlr styled in solid Oak. Attractive newaqua- tone finish. Extension type table with extra leaf seats 6 people. Padded chair, seats with leatherette cover. 5-SEWED BROOM A $1.00 7^6 Volut / *J V Made from finest broomcorn. Will give extra service. 32 PIECE DINNERWARE SET AN $«.00 VAIUE """"I.- $498 & $&*.-<>•, Beautiful floral design -with 22 karat, gold matching stamp, border. MILK FILTER PADS ±21$ Made from long staple cotton. Specially priced for this sale. i/f 6 Breakfast Plates 6 Bread and Butter 6 Sauce Dishes 6 Cups 6 Saucer* 1 Platter 1 Vegetable Dish THE SW FK, RANGE 27 SECTION 12, 156 ACRES. TOWNSHIP 94, KITCHEN TOOLS Colorful tools in a com' plete assortment to select from. 8 WING BEATER.... 19e AN $8.00 VALUE-32 PIECE DISH SET r- n C C WITH THIS FREE SEPARATOR Coronado Deluxe ttertric Wodel aie fXCLUSIVC AGENTS jkNFEBfi PRODUCTS The above land is located about 3 miles southwest of Corwith, Iowa, in Kossuth county. The half section has good improvements, well tiled, all Webster Silt Clay loam soil. The 156 acres has no improvements, lies one-half mile north of half section, well tiled, all Webster Silty Clay loam soil. Both these farms are rented for this year and the Referee will sell these farms with settlement as soon as possible and purchaser take over the leases and receive the rentals this year. Mr. George Enler, one of the heirs, farms the half section and will be glad to show prospective buyers over the farms. '...'.. . Address all inquiries relative to price and terms tq J. F. LUSBY & GIOSSI Referee BOCKWELl CITY, IOWA BIG TEDDY BEAR Stuffed with genuine Kapok. Quality plush and velveteen cover. Full 25-inch size. \W% skimming efficiency. Skim* to a trace. New sanitary streamlined design. No gears or cogs to wear or cause trouble. For up to 20 cows. MO U».«« $9995 FLASHLIGHT CELLS Tiger heavy duty quality. Guaranteed fresh stock. a^fir^T "A , Ml*! PR/CW ON SAVE NOW ON SPRING PAINT N!i»» GAMBLE'S INTIRIOR PAINTS ^ No Unplea»ont Point W«r Long Lift and Gf«at« CoV*r««» Super Quality Interior Gloss O C$ Enamel. Per Quart...,, < ^^ Standard Quality Interior AO$ Gloss Finish. Per Quart, nutiu ttfltg, flS*^ ,JS5*« Super Quality 4 How Hous* | < hold Enamel. J/22 Gal. ..•'••• * • Piut..< .„,,.,.. Super Quality Floor and O Porch Paint. Quart. ...,,,..• ™ Standard Floor P»i«. fiw*' • • • Super Quality Magicol Paint. Quart. ••<"""' Sanitary Kalspmine, 5 ttf,, • • • • • GAMBLE STORES ACTIVE m Fibcrglis reuij: Ford, Chcv, I I'lym., and oilier popu. l.ir cars. »7S Inilollid FREE ivei tint Loud hlasi icst^ relay, inst SALE fKK! rd ent; FENCED Precision cos\ •^ —"> '* ^L 20Pie«« p °* lel DISH SET Genuioe Lu-Ray.m delicate pastel rainbow hues. Complete 20 piece service (or four. SAIE PRICE m 9FI.'3| wm \Videasso0*3SsS new colors »•' patterns. Sp.iti=l Soli MM 19! J^ iir- ^i'XK^ m*$y W/ Newl »i^*3 Enough paper * tier for t ^ Room. ul » sale BOTHl' FOR I* p«o.
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