Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1942
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PAGE TEN £or «?S e i ^ a - Ta r- Ye club h ad a ! Hard Tymos" party Tuesday ^ening at the Ambrose A CaU shelter house, 30 members and gueste attending. Members and guests met first at the library, and thence taken to the park in a "Wa-Tan-Ye Special" (truck y Mrs Thirty-Nine No^Seyvi^nAe Armv KQSStrrM COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQQglA. IOWA The girls were garbed in cos tumes of all descriptions and Lucille Peterson won tip prize in her outfit, made of two rag rugs sewed together, an -out-of-date whifo an f f i °?£ Woolen socks - °ne white, the other gray. Adah Carl*?" 3nd Anna Buss, in ragged clo hes with patches, tied for second, and consolations went to Leona Seimer, Jessie Smith, and Darlecn Immerfall. The evening was spent at old- •ni m ° ga r? 1es ' thc P rizcs going to Johnson, Rose Lamne Rita Dooley An old-fashioned spelling match was conducted, but few of bc Lunch was served at tables covered with newspapers, and favors were toy balloons. Dough? U Hostesses were Clara Ames bury, Ann Fechner, Stella Ma Becker y J ° hnS ° n ' and Rache Mother-Daughter Banquets— A number of mothers and daughters banquets will be held next week in observance of Mothers day, which is a week from Sundny. The Methodist women will have a bancmet next Wednesday evening at the church, the "erU , . S. class. Another banquet will be held t the Contrregational churrh next week Thursday " sponsored by the Ladies' n P- ^ .£, Bournc>s £ >" ™ ' Smiths circles serv- There will be a FOUfrH GIRLS Making and Keeping Friends was the main topic when the Cresco Chums met at Bernice Reaper's April la The meeting was opened with Star-Spangled Banner, which was followed by roll call on "The Method I Use n Sealing." Material from recent training schools was given out by Mrs Reaper and -discussed by members. The girls then exchanged flower seeds. Bernice Reaper spoke on Equipment for Canning, and this was followed with Advantages of a Garden, by Jane Mayer. Quantity Guide was the title of a talk given by Bernice Reaper. The next meeting will be held oltSs? y 16> at Marjorie Pioneer Girl Here | Lotet Her Husband Geo. W. Zink, 68 or 6ft, Mos- well, N. M., brothef-in-W df ,rf< B. Wheeloek, of the Algona post- office staff, died Saturday,, AJrtll 18, cause of death not known icre. He was the husband of; the former Gertrude Whfeelpck, whose parents were Well knoivn Algonians 50 years ago.,i Mrs. Zink and four children survive. Mr. Zink was a retired dealer, in electrical goods, refrigerators, Radios, etc. 4 LOSES TO COED. !' ! Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell; S. D., Apr. 28 — Ele'c- tions for student activities wjas held here one day last week, and Roger Michel, Algona, lost fedl- lantly to a coed for social chairman. ,;..'; Flash-Picture, army as a part of -THIRTY-NINE LEFT LAST WEEK: w * . -KOSSUIH county Advance 1 Kossuih's April auota * Wednesd ^ morning for induction into the The Northwest Kossuth boys' w i? et £ pra - 17th « Work's. The boys had a •mock meeting on parliamentary procedure and talked on demonstrations Lowell Larson and Floyd Gabel were chosen demonstration team. They have fh, ^ S iGked ^ to P ic Ar! thur Anderson, leader of the club, reported on-a recent lead! ®" "If.*" 1 * ^ e attended at Algona. Slide pictures were shown of the recent horse show at Ban- croit. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL The Algona club met April 20 e Jt e t nmg with the men at a beef j io m ln S a t the courthouse and 18 boys attended. ' Tuesday, Apr. 21, the Sherman club met at Paul Blumer^ Thly am a mock meeting and dis- . James Blumer were as Demonstration t^am CrawforcL A. G. song ; Tan - Y c business girls entertain the mothers (or •-• * b*- \-> L ij« V(JII and Darlocn Immerfall. Army Officer io Wed— che? sw s- sr^ytTn s cf- «on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P t>archet. Burl, and Mildred Bas-it R--5n S c OI i n> ?'' w '^ ' De married <»i, 0..5U .baiurday evening at tho home of thc bride's parents. Tho couple will make a wed ding trip through West Virginia and will hve at Dayton O Lieutenant Sarchct, a ate of the Algona high SC nooi has been stationed at Wri R ht Field two years. Recently he received promotion from seconc lieutenant to first lieutenant Pie docs air corps accounting in an accounting branch of a budget •office at Wright Field. uuagel Margaret Schaben Bride— Margaret C. Schaben, former- Jy of Hobarlon. once a teacher in •Crosco and Whittomore townships was married April 25 to • i? , Pausek - Dunkirk, N Y in the Mission of San Carlos, of Monterey, Calif. at nuptial high mass. The bride is a daughter o Joseph, Schaben, Algon" 8 Brid and bridegroom both did gradu ate work at the University o Michigan, and they expect to liv June^ ngt ° n> D ' Q> afte College Girl to Wed— The enfiapement of Marv dau ? hter of Mr. and Mrs. A R Cruikshank, Aleona, to Holland son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grcfe Cushing, was announced to the members of the Kappa Pi Alpha sorority at MorninRside colWe here April 17. Miss Cruikshank M a junior at Morningside, -- National Music Week— The Bel Canto club will oh- scrve national music week next wepk. bog nning with a concert nt the Lu Verne hiPh school auditorium nt 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The club will also Rive o Woman s club musicale nt the Algona high school auditorium on Guost day, which is nex wook Prirlav Tho °? » club will be renrpsonted at^* Li" Verno by a small group voca number and aj>iano solo Grouo fo n»h«k«h Meetina— A dolpuntinn from hw nttend- ea n Ppbnknb rnnvention nt ^aple Grove Fridnv nftr-rnoon ami Pvpnintr oommemor^ting tho P llm , n ". nivprsarv °f <b<« OdH counties worp roorpspntfd" Al" POTll.Tno n«*«_j; n(J ~f' "' fit 7 . Mvrtle OTHER SOCIETY. Mrs. Charlps Ulfers . s were Runchey, Messrs and The Swea township schools had KI • 11 IT! R ,» 8 AU h dl J&i-ga N «* hb «".PIow for Roba is teacher there. There was a picnic dinner, after which re- for t r h aeS> baU games - ^d gamls I for the younger children were , nnrl .nn« fe nk - H , W ' POS!t ° B - Wi ^ Ethennrton. and_Myron Ludwip. Tho MothnHist ^ m0t 25 nt and Jpfl nette Bryan of , "• » ? nkp nn and H»ln n AlI , of a fo w pamos. Mrs R W Meyer is sponsor of the Guild. Vm.r Br»«.Irf a ,,t_ will hav P a Mav 9 " that evenins she and h« husband entprtafned^t 6*0 din. d were —- e ..wi e -f iuw ror Farmer Who is Sick Union Two.. Anr 28 nffiiT* *«». ---.. « 44 «iiiiutix anair for a number of years back, a/id all the schools in the sas-^rf BSrSs p- g " SSars s INO.JJ, Kuth Anderson: No a m' Kossuth hoscital frXrr, ^,, * 4i . , tractors on H. e job in the Ce noon. pmVit ,-v, iu_ _^ "- lc »5- ans at ncf 1 Mr' nd MrS ' Clayton Roalson son drove to Rockwell Prfda^re" turning Saturday. They vfsited SnC^Tl 8 ^l ter ' , Mrs LaveYne J. 3 »• • v, >^ii i presen U t Sband> °' X guests w ^re ^Pr?l«s "'&.%"!£ .™'i" *w"' ^£%JS«SS-£- b ' ivfo tables were in play. Cemetery Trustees Buyin^War Bonds At a recent Evergreen ry trustees' mpptin» r>i_ marria ge January Berg, and gnide " The Northwest Kossuth 4-H boys met at Harley Work's Fri Delons Mayne, Gerled \vai a epk-»nr? »r,vu ' i » "• wa s a secretary; 'Mrs.' L.' L emetery funds for defens bonds. Gravel will be spread ditlon State of Iowa, • Kossuth County, ss County, — -nrlot» a^ : '»i~1Z. "* j^^B'^ciit H r M a « nes ' Sln ^ e BfrS and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described1 real as the prpperty of the -— * aimer Barnes, K1 m i r B ™ es andH. M . Barnes to satisff Sisrsfewsf.?!^^ ay ness egularly! them Pay iividenda the hour of 10 o'clock am the hour of 10 o'clock said day, when and am ig Dated this 29th day of April, A. J. COGLEY Sheriff of ' Plaintiff's 33-34 This club has decided to accent a few girls, and the new members are Thelma Swanson, Ph£L '« Swanson, and Marilyn Niel- closed with^a pic- wiener roast. Fay J dub agent, attended. ' No. 4893. • . i. State of Iowa, Kosuth County, fes. In District Court, March term, 1942. • ; To All Whom It May Concern:;, You are hereby notified, • that an instrument of writing 'purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert Votteler, deceased, dated anuary 27, 193.7, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, 1 the 25th day of May, 1942,,: te fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algonai Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all per-, sons interested are hereby noti-' fied and required to appear, andi show'cause if any they have, 1 , why said instrument should not: be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. , on D ?n^ at , A1 g° n a. Iowa, April oU, Lusby & Gi ALGONA, IOWA W. S.U War Savings Slamps . KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy. BURT & DAVIDSON, Attorneys, Emmetsburg, la. • 33.35 CELEBRATING Baby Week! at Chrischilles Store Our NO SALE" POLICY Chrischilles Store < <-" o°rTCe e w^SKT?' 8 •«•„•*«* sty,to sen quickly, we wll id L ' ntere3ts our merchandising methods M .TV* 11 chan S 6 conditions. metnods to conform to war Of one thin* we are «* BE NO TWO FOB ONF ^ We are selling coats and su styles are BIGHT, our nrlr to hare a cleaner stock, a bigger turn-orer no* thai get the same proportion nt f- the CHBISCHILLES STOnV take care of that. If yon wa«i THEBE WILL T ™ SPUING. d £ be ^e ' ^ expect stock, and * w>n al » ace your order now. is sold Vallo V, Naudain th«« ,11 *k 8elLectlon of infants' good. than all the other stocks i! bined. So when you're plai tne I raDT%nufJ > 2 r !S wardrobe, come to) tne ^"KISCHILLES STORE fit «ave yourself running around Just a few of the I hundreds of itemi Infant's silk and wool . sacques-90^ to $1.7) | Infant's sweaters . $1.25 to $1.M| Baby dresses 684 to 1.7J] Baby slips —59^ to De Luxe dress and set j Outing kimonas, pink ! , and blue trim 39*. **• Bootees —50* and 7Sf - Vanta towels and towel-j sets —85* and $1,11 Shawls 1.75 and 14$ j Carriage robes I.t5 2.25 and J45 Vanta bath kit-set — •••, 85* and 1.11 j Vanta kimona Vanta shirts 59* and Stuffed dolls . and anK rnals-. 75* tofiSf Baby books 75* to Hot water bottles — Thermometers — (five purpose) Baby matched buntiof and carriage robe-set, with quilted blanket fl Baby blankets ,......„ 1.45 to Hot plate dishes -.---* " ~" ~ to

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