Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1942 · Page 1
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TWO COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. 16WA Commencement Next Wednesday at LuVerne SCHOOL TO END ON THURSDAY WITH A PICNIC Lu Verne, May 6—The first of the commencement activities, namely, the baccalaureate services, will be held Sunday evening at 8:15 at the high school gymnasium. Thelma Swanson will play the processional anc recessional. The Rev. K. E. Whitney wil preach the sermon, using the topic, Life Abundant, and specia music will be given by the girls glee club and the trio. Next Wednesday evening th< commencement exercises will b_ held, with Dr. John Finnegan talking on Four Foundations Howard Swanson will give thi valedictorian's address. Next Wednesday afternoon a 1:20 class day exercises will be held. Eighth graders will receive diplomas, and activity awards will be distributed. A senior program will also be given. There will be no school next week Thursday, but the annual picnic will be held. Nine Music Contest Wins— Nine entries from here in the state music contest at Spencer all received first or second place. The three first ratings were won by Barbara Wolf, French horn solo; the saxophone quartet, Marcella Henderson, Betty McGuire Betty Wolf, Donald Meyer; and a chamber group of woodwinds, Ruth Wegner, Thelma Swanson, Dorothy McClellan, and Betty McGuire. Second ratings were won by the band, girls' glee club, alto saxophone solo, Marcella Henderson, baritone euphonium solo, Phyllis Surby, flute solo, Thelma Swanson, and vocal trio, Phyllis Surby. Eleanor Nelson and Barbara Wolf. contest winners rating No. 1 at Spencer will also appear. Special Service for Soldiers— There will be a special service at the Lutheran church Sunday honoring boys in the armed services and their mothers. A special offering for Lutheran chaplains will be taken. Ex-Lu Verne Boy to Amy — Dan Higgins went to Omaha Monday, and his daughters Rita Ann Kay, and Carol went with him as far as Odebolt to visit relatives. Leaves for the Army— Thomas Goetsch, who, with his wife, had been living in the Konarska estate house with her mother, left last Thursday for the army. SURPRISE PARTY ON BIRTHDAY OF LEDYARD YOOTH Club to Have Picnic— The last meeting of the Progressive Woman's club till fall will be a picnic this week Friday at the Lu Verne, park. Tiede Store is Improved— The Tiede I. G. A. store is undergoing alterations, and after it is remodeled will be a "supermarket." Navy Calls Music Teacher— Walter Peterson, who has been local music instructor five years, is to report July 6 at Notre Dame for entrance in the naval reserve Other Ln Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones, Le Mars, visited at the A. L. Jones lome Sunday. Phil and Phyllis Lichty, Mason City, spent the week-end at P. C. Lichty's. How- ird Ketzenburg, Windom, Minn., visited last week at the home of his sister Mrs. Guy, Giddings. The Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Gran- icr and Hulda Fritzemeier are delegates from the local Evangel- cal church to an annual confer- nce which began Wednesday. Shirley Dimler is now employ- d at clerical work, Des Moines. Evan Lichty to be Preacher- Lee Lichtv. emnloyed in a hardware store in Sheldon, came Sunday to visit -relatives and join his family, which had been visiting here since Friday. The son Evan is taking a course at the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, and Virginia has employment in the city. Evan preached Sunday evening at the Baptist church, Corwith. Another son, Robert, is m the navy, and recently he passed trade school examinations and is now receiving special instruction as an electrician. OTTOSEN Algona Club Gives Concert A concert was given Sunday at the school auditorium by the Bel Canto club, Algona. Besides group numbers, selections were given by a small group, by a male quartet from the Syncopation club, a piano solo by 'Bill' Burns, a violin duet by Mrs. C A. Phillips and Mrs. Dan Jensoni a string trio number by Mrs Agnes Vohs, West Bend, Mrs Alice MacMahon, and Mrs Sylvia Gunn. New Lumberyard Manager The Gayle Halversons have moved from Thompson to an apartment above the Lichty hardware. Mr. Halverson is new manager here of the Thompson lumberyard, succeeding H. G French, who was transferred to Sioux Rapids. Band Concert Announced There will be a band concert at the school auditorium Tuesday evening, May 12, and favorite selections, with some new numbers, will be played. The state A surprise party was given for Mrs. Hanna Hansen on her 75th birthday Friday. It was held at Mrs. George Cooper's. Naomi Struthers first took Mrs. Hansen out to pick flowers, and when they returned the guests were there. Mrs. Hansen received many gifts. Lunch was served, and after lunch a birthday cake was brought in for' Mrs. Hansen to cut and serve. The Rural club met Thursday at Mrs. Joe Leitl's. The program committee was Mrs. Hugene Hofius, Mrs. Ernest Enockson, Mrs John Coyle, Mrs. G. A. Cooper and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, and the program follows: scripture (fifth chapter of John), Mrs. Zinnel- contest won respectively by Mrs. Hanna Hansen and Mrs. Adamj the latter of Algona, both receiving prizes; God Bless America was sung by all. Guests were Mrs. Adams, also Mrs. Gordon Larson, Ottosen, and hostesses were Mrs. Wallace Hundertmark, Mrs. Sam Knopf, Mrs. Roy Jacobson, Mrs. Ralph Cooper, and Mrs Jos. Leitl. A high school picnic was held Sunday at the Olson park, Fort Dodge. There were nine seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and nine freshmen in attendance. Chaperons were Supt. W. P Truesdell and the English teacher, Mrs. Viola -Braunschweig Dinner was eaten at a park. In the afternoon some pupils wenl roller-skating, some to a show Supper was eaten at restaurants' At night everyone went to a show. Ledyard, May 6 — A surprise party was given Sunday at J. C. Blome's in honor of Arlow Blome's 21st birthday, and 40 relatives and friends attended: the August Klinksieks, the Ted Thilges family, the Lou Meyers, the Edw. Junkermeiers, Alma Junkermeier, the Paul Gelhaus family, Wm. Lacours, Amboy, Minn.; the Harry Blomes, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klinksiek, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Worden, Mr. and Mrs. William Bauman, Ervin Junkermeier, Kenneth and Melvin Busch. Four Music Contest Firsts— Seven high school music pupils were entered in the state contest at Spencer last Thursday, and four excellent ratings were received. They were: mixed chorus; Leon McCoy, bass; Fran cis Yahnke, contralto, Marjorie Gabel, mezzo soprano. Mixed quartet ratings have not yet been published. Four Go Trout-Fishing— County Supt. A. E. Lauritzen Algona, W. E. Wiemer, Glenn Yahnke, and Freddie Munyar returned .Sunday night from Wau- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF . WILL No. 4893. State of Iowa, Kosuth County, ss. 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, 1937 having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 25th day of May, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, 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 persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not ae probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy BURT & DAVIDSON, Attorneys, Emmetsburg, la. 33-35 kon, where they spent the weekend trout-fishing. Appendectomy Perfumed— Mrs. Earl Trenary was operated on for appendicitis Friday at a Buffalo Center hospital. Other Ledyard News. Among Ledyarders who attended a W. S. C. S. conference at Algona Wednesday were Mesdames Wilson Brack, H. D. Mayne, L. W. Wiemer, D. B. Mayer, and Rose Moulton, also j Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. I The W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday at the Methodist church, Mesdames Glenn Burrows and Carl Burrows hostesses. The Fred Ploegers were Sunday visitors at Henry Ploeger's. At Albert Kramersmeier's were the Arthur Zielskes. Jean Gabel, who attends Waldorf college, Forest City, spent Sunday at her mother Mrs. Martha Gabel's. The local Red Cross chapter met Friday at the schoolhouse. It meets the first Friday of every month. The Rev. E. P. Nuss attended a Kossuth county ministerial meeting at Algona Monday. GATHERING AT DOAN HONORS MATTHILDMAN Doan, May 6—Last Thursday evening Mrs. Robert Kain enter tained the Delbert Pommerenin and Herman Lyons families, Al gona, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hild man, son Larry, Wesley, in hono of Matt Hildman, her brother who visited relatives at Wesley and Algona from Sunday morn ing till Wednesday evening. Mrs Kain's brother is in the field ar tillery at Fort Leonard Wood Mo., where he has been for, ove a year. Farewell for a Soldier— Tuesday evening guests at the Wm. Cosgrove home were Har vey Johnsons, St. Benedict, Geo Johnsons, Plum Creek, John Jph sons, Algona, and the Art Shilt2 'amily, Bancroft. The group gathered in honor of John Cps;rove, who left for army service From where I sit ... oe Marsh MAYBE I shouldn't admit it, bnt there are a few things about this writing job I really like. F'rinstanco, I like the part where . . . after all the writin* and the routine is done ... I just set back and think about things in general. (Oh, yes, that's part of the job, too.) - Doesn't matter much what I think about. Sometimes I concentrate on one thing. Sometimes I think of lots of things, one right after the other. Usually, when I get to thinkin', I send down for some beer. Seems a glass of beer not only touches the spot but it also sort of helps the thinkin' mood along. It's such a peaceful, friendly beverage. Sort of honest and human. And it tastes good. I like to hold my glass of beer up to the light and look through it. That beautiful, golden-amber color kind of fascinates me. Reminds me of the sunny barley fields •where beer gets its start. After all ... when yon stop to think about it... beer is a simple, natural thing. I read somewhere that all it's made of is good, wholesome farm grains and water and a little yeast... with hops for flavor. Nature's process of fermentation and the age-old art of the brewer docs the rest. 'I guess that's why beer is so wholesome. It really is the beverage of moderation. You just can't imagine anybody getting into trouble drinking a few glasses of beer. Well, here I am ... going on and on thinking and talking about beer. Probably could go on for hours. That's the way I am when I set back and get to thinking about things. And by the way, taking it easy and "just thinkin'" is fun. Try it sometime . . . quiet and comfortable like. No. 39 of a Series Copyright, 1942, Brewing Industry Foundation BUIOVA *24 75 *FEDEHAL TAX INCLUDED Now more than "ever, you want your gift t o something that will live for many years m beauty and in usefulness. Such a gift ls « Bulova wrist watch! Marking time the nation over for discerning men and women, Bulova has become an American tradition ... a world 1 JYld^symbojof beauty_and_dependai>illty./ Lusby & Giossi Buy several at this very low price! THE BUY OF THE YEAR | BEMBERG I SHEER! oh Thursday mottling. *4fa •--!•* • . ._ MM. Gordon Johnson W»t- Henry Nelson land Mft* Stfal ton lately drove to Austin, Mirth., whete they attended the funera of Mrs, Gordon Johnson, wife of Mr. Nelson's nephew. Gordon is the son of Edw. Johnson, who at one tmie operated a store in Sex ton. Appear* in Music Contest- Carolyn Dimond, Doan, Jun ior at the Britt high school, was given a "two" rating at the state music contest at Spencer last week-end. All 12 of the school's entrants were given either a "1" or "2" rating. Carolyn played a tuba solo. Mahoney Daughter Leaves— Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig returned to Chicago a week ago Monday. Mrs. Ludwig, the former Alys Mahoney, Algona, Is a niece of Mrs. Henry Nelson. Mrs. Ludwi« had been here the previous ^ week during her father John Mahoney's .illness. The couple spertt a week ago Sunday at the Henry NelgQh home. Small Boy li Sick— Dwight Seaberg, small Son in the George Seaberg family, has been ill for two and a half weeks, having developed bronchitis and pneumonia. He is now improving. ;, Boy Sprain* ait Ankle— Milford Hilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hilbert, sprained an ankle over a week ago and is still' Walking with crutches. Milford! tore three ligaments in his ankle. Other Doait News.' Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boleneus, grandchildren Betty, Jimmy Lou, and Tommy Asa, Doan, the Henry Hawleys, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob' Young, 'Plum Creek, were Sunday guests at =i' ; Ktssi 8 - P. M. Amateurs Invited Cash Pr izes . " Write Mrs. W FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 8th and AEROWAX LIQUID Floor Wax 19c FURNITURE 8 or. Bottle FANCY HALVES Meats Campbells TOMATO SOUP 2 Cans im isc GIANT 1UUS P.«G. Grape Juice Ivory Soap large | Q0 LARGE PKG 23C The new all star hits for now and all summer. Radiant prints —i Striped Florals, Flower Scrolls,, Soft Shades- Cool and Refreshing. In styles that you'll wear for all dress occasions ... for travel . . . vacation ... street or office. 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Field, PORK HOCKS w- COQRPP" ' k 25c BULK LARD Kettle Rendered 2 IBs. 29c QUALITY GflOUN

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