Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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KO6SUTM CQTJM'Y ADVANCE, AjjftQNA. Brother She Never Knew Visits Burt Woman ible Ing, !' Tern- fid oil tires. SEPARATED IN ILLINOIS IN BABYHOOD !' Burt, Mar. 24—Daniel Bradley, • Comptohi 111., Visited from Saturday to Monday here at the home of his sister, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon. • • ..„ ... Mr. Bradley arrived unexpect- | edly. Mrs. Sheldon had hot seen > her brother since she was three months old and the brother was two years'*of age, and she did not even know that he was still living. ' '.'••. The brother was reared by an uncle after the death of their father, and the two families did not "keep in touch with each other. ! Mrs. Sheldon, also learned that 1 a nephew of whom she had nev- FOUR CORNERS CLUB PRESENTS PROGRAM AT THE COUNTY HOME Lawn Seed er heard had , Pearl Harbor. been killed at ' Sitter* GuMis of Par«nl*— ', \ The C. W. Reynolds, Herman 1 Bussie, and Werner Streucker ; families visited Sunday after- Four Corners, Mar. 25 — The Mbthers & Daughters' club entertained at the county farm Sunday afternoon. The program consisted' of songs, poems, two plays, and music, Mrs. Earl Miller conducting. Taking part were Mesdames Quentin Bjustrom, Otto Harlan, Keith Stephens, Everett Witham, Russell Walker, Chester Robinson, Herman Lindeman, John Rich, .John McNeill, and Chris Jensen, Mildred Robinson, Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth, Mrs. Robert Walker, and Leo Sawn with his accordion. Mrs. Satin had charge of lunch furnished by club members not taking >art in the program. Harlan Girls Deek-tnd Visitor*— Verla and Clarice Harlan were at home from college for the week-end, and Sunday dinner ;uests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, were the Quentin Bjustroms, the Arie Dittmers, and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. Verla returned to Ames, noon at the Au .home in Algona. it Bellinger Reynolds, ! i Mrs. Bussie, and Mrs. Streucker are daughters of Bellinger. Mr. and Mrs. Grandson for Wolta*)*— Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, | Kensington, Minn., are parents of ', a son born Thursday, March 19. 1 The child is • a 'grandson of Me. ! and Mrs. Elza Woltz: Mrs. Woltz > i is there taking -.care of • her daughter and new grandson. Daughter for-Ex-Teacher— A-daughter was born to Mr. • *w i wf FOE Our own special lawn seed mixture for this climate. Sure to produce even, carpet - like lawn early this summer. Plant now, lb._- m and Mrs. Glenn Anderson, West Bend, Thursday, March 19. She has been named Glenda Ruth. Mr. Anderson taught here a num- $ ber of years. The Andersons now have two girls and one boy. , Victory Garden Meeting— i A Victory garden study meeting was held last week Wednesday at the Emil Person home. Ten women were present. Mrs. Delmar Angus and Mrs. Ralph Steward gave the lesson. Attended Ottosen Wedding— i Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jen nie • Thompson went to Ottosen Friday to attend the wedding of Mary Jane Hofius, a grandniece Two at Rochester Clinic— I Richard Chipman and Charles ( Lappe returned Saturday from i .. Rochester, Minn., where they had J gone through the clinic. Tonsils Are Removed— Mrs. Floyd Koepke had her tonsils removed last Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. ED 01: rows! WARE Charles Phelps home near Ti- :onka. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone, West Bend, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Fred Habeger home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and daughter Joan, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Gordon Giddings and son Jihimy were < Sunday dinner guests at the John . Van Hove home at Elmore, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. L. ! H. Schumacher and two sons and a friend, Myrtle, Minn., spent Sunday at the Mrs. Ella Steward and Paul Macauley home. Mrs. Schumacher is Mrs. Steward's daughter/ Mary Greise, who stays with Clarice to Sioux City, Sunday afternoon. Pearl Walker to Washington- Pearl, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker, left Friday for Washington, D. C. where she has a government job. Her parents took her as far as Mason City, whence she went on by train. Pearl has one brother, and he is at home. ventioh at Fort Dodge Friday were Ruth Schmiel, Amanda Jackman, and Mildred Elmore. Miss Schmiel stayed till Saturday Patient to Hospital- Mrs. Noble Mitchell, who lately fell seriously sick, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday. Other Four Corners. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meiers, Ringsted, were, last Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Meiers' mother, Mrs. Ida Nickerson, Algona. The Perry Lowmans, Sexton, were Sunday dinner guests at Ray Smith's, and Delia Witham spent the afternoon there. The Arthur Alexanders were Sunday dinner guests of Arthur's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alexander, Sexton. The Louis Lowmans were Sunday/evening 500 and lunch guests of the Edw. Riches. LOTTS CREEK and visited at Lutheran Supt. and Mrs. H. F. Mueller's. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mrs. John Schallin, and Mrs. Mittag were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Burt. and Mr. Faulstich won the high prize, and Mrs. Mittag and Mr. Zumach were low. Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl, who had been at Marion, S. D., since last week Wednesday, returned Saturday. The Herbert Potratzes were at the Wichtendahl home during her absence. The Po- tratzes called Sunday evening on the Arthur Heidenwiths, Whittemore. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Evelyn Schendel, Buffalo Center, teacher of the Dist. No. 6 Lotts Creek sch6ol, to Lyle Beaver, of Rake. The event took place March 14. A class of nine children will be confirmed at the Lutheran church on Palm Sunday by the Rev. Ernst Fiene, pastor, at 10 a. m. In the class are Lavonne Meyer, Rose Marie Luedtke, Velma Wetzel, Lorna Ruhnke, Dolores' son Earl, who left for the service Buss, Marie Faulstich, Gertrude : a week ago, is now at Jefferson Leininger, Edgar Meyer, and Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. From there, howeref, sh« ftii gone to Minneapolis for ptft training at a state university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, with the son Bobble, accompanied her to Minneapolis and attended the recent ice frolic. Wilma Preston, home economics student at Ames, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Jos. Preston. Freda Bergeson, who teaches at Newell, Dreyer, was also here Her father lg Al _ SWEA-EAGLE Pvt Emory Bergeson, of the medical corps at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., is here for a ten-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg have received word that their Dean Meine. As processional song the children will sing Jesus, Shepherd of the Sheep, ond the class song, composed by Beinhardt Klein, will also be sung. Local teachers attending a con- Betty Anderson has finished a three weeks vacation at the parental A. E. 'Anderson's, and has returned for her last year, of nurses' training at the Kohler hospital at Rochester, Minn. bin Bergeson. Mrs. Henrietta McElwee ifl helping with the housework at Dale Reed's. Floyd Treat is laid up with an infection in a finger, and Arden Jongberg is helping him with the farm work at Treat's. H.W. POST Dr»j and Transfer STORAGEOFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against lott and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling & draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich were Thursday callers on Mrs. Faulstich's father, August Gade, West Bend. , Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn were'Sunday guests of Mrs. Pijahn's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler entertained at a 500 party Sunday evening, and attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Carl Zu- Your family will look its BEST EVER in her grandmother, Mrs. Mary | mach, Hugo Faulstich, H. F. Mit- Dundas at Armstrong, was at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greise, from Thursday to Tuesday. tag, William Leininger, J. Will, Herman Reisner, Wm. Boettcher, Alex Radig, Martin Meyer, and John Schallin. Mrs. Zumach SERVICE FLAGS FOR SALE E. L. VINCENT Phone 190 Ocsr James Drug LOANS [NG NEEDS for Spring Expenses, we of- ady cash. A loan of $50 — 10.00 or more may be ar- •ihome improvements, car repay taxes, or for any situation /*;' :••"•"- * • " • Start for Spring. Group all iint and pay them off — you lent to meet each month in- ing you more of your income 3DIT PLAN TO FARMERS livestock—Make needed farm -To begin spring operations iplans to borrow with convenient !*?.•• • •',•'.• ake advantage of our service. e cash you may need. KOHLHAAS ; ALGONA 27-28 Other Bnrt Mr. and Mrs. Charles ' Scott, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf.Mr. and Mrs..Robert Leason, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John were entertained at supper Sunday evening at the Jesse Dugan home near. ( Lone Rock. j Mrs. C. C. Smith returned last; week Wednesday from Minne- apoliSj Minn., where she had spent a few days at the home of her brother, James Kerr. While there she attended the Ice Fol-, lies, also spent a night with Mrs. I P. F. Kriethe and daughter Eu- I genia. ] Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hayenga, of Eagle Bend, Minn,, and their son Glenn, Minneapolis, visited Friday at the A. C. Bernhard home. Mr. Hayenga is Mrs. Bernhard's brother. The Hay- engas had visited a son in camp. in Kentucky. ' , Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. J. G. i McDonald, and Mrs. R. F. El! vidge spent ' Friday in Fort j Dodge. Kathryn Elvidge, Burnside teacher, came home with them to spend the week-end with her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. | , Elvidge. ' | Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ziegler, and daughter, Elmore, Minn., visited Emil Leeck and the R. T. Stewards Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ziegler is Mr. Leeck's sister. -They also visited at the Charles Leeck'home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, who recently returned from Pensacola, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. F. O. ,Stow, and L. R. Daniels were Sunday dinner ~ guests at the SkfcW: Carolyn** Sfc'lcfwd fMmp.,.3.45 beige, beige, beautiful, • SUN TURF TONES • FLIPPANT BOWS .-• • BRIGHT NA1LH ADS • HARNESS STITCHING • PUMPS, SPECS • TIES, CASUALS It's so easy tc pay on S & L's LAY-AWAY PLAN S-P-A-C-E your payments ovtf MANY WEEKS. It'i tb< eaiy, convenient way, and you Hill fit the advantag. of S ft L'l Low Caib pricci. ... and S&L's Low Prices Will SAVE You Many, Many Dollars! I planned to spend $4 for my 'til I discovered these S & L SALLY LYNNE beauties at just „ . . ick to Health" *VOUS—RHEUMATIC? • RM! R*»t tad :al Baths at ;L SNAPP BIDE FROM ALGOHA TQ 1ATH KEEP'EM FlYINGi Clastic felts, adorable sleek straws, bonnets, P" ' £ a I o t *, flare brims, _j tailor*, berets, flowers, ribbon*, veil*, color. Every Riveting and Sw^ A,.embly-A.»embly Mechanic.— Engine Mechanics and Intpectort (Special) qa«i qualify you lp 4 weeHs to ewn a good salary, We will finance your, training, SEW. MB. . AI*eOlf A, *W»OHA, IOWA. TOX IHTEIl. NDAY, MARCH M. MEN TUKBDAY, MABCH II. - - - -• • • $30 Fabrics $30 Tailoring > in Sterling SUITS far Castor 50 030 worth of • •'it in any man's language • . .for just 1123.90. 100 *> all virgin w«ol. All l>«i a«w spring styles and. colors. You actually aaya •4S.50. EASTER HATS • . ;.:r« t\ *y Sto« orsf CM .tt5 AI4TYI G«av SWALLOW AIRPIANE CO. / INC,, WICHITA, KANSAS TH1 OLDEST Aproved by Civil Aeronaiif Anthprity for >£irertft and Aircraft Engine Mechanic., Certificate No, 102. or H««ba*di iBTii^ to «*f STAMPS «f$« L CO. $7 values! BOYS' SUITS "Oh, boy," he'll •ay t And you'll be just as happy about the savings! Sixes 41012. BOYS' HATS SHIItTS W Wjttfc «i V*Hly«4 •Una. Siata f M 14. With m $10 look! by Collingwooal Expensive ideal you never dreamed pof • •ible at this price. Navy, prinu, pastels . . everything! You con afford BOTH at S A tl and "Boy" coats, drew y c o • t §, wraparound*, fitted reefers, Plaids. Dressmaker, Pilot, Covert and Shetland luiti. Worth $51 IOT« ifc*m as much M you loy« their (ow price. Dependable quality fabric*. Carefully tailor**!, than •v«rl Preiito.*' MHLN'FROI'kS lycry en* if Prcttkit it} town'. , •* *Jlwi>y*l pod, «trip«», 6onb, Pfoton, ajiiinf aiM pirppiBf rTffff**!.] AU geoetwuly uiio«4. } 19 > M

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