Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1942 · Page 2
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CHILDREN GIVE A PROGRAM AT ; LAKOTACHURCH *u La ,H° ta> June 10—The pupils of the Methodist Bible school gave a children's day prografti at the church Sunday morning. A flag and Bible drill was led by Euth Thompson, Avis Mitchell, and Doris Estle, and all of the pupils pledged allegiance to the Stars e Christian flag, ffliBiig«aaBiBBfflMMIiiMlMaaiM^ ^^BHI|iiiBBBS™ff^^SBii>PgFB^^M9^»^romi-HUJi'.iJi'.utBM^ws"ii™^^ COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, TOWA •MM||||MM|||M|HM|MM|||||MHgtaHgWM|MM||^M|aW LONE ROCK LOCALS ---. „,,„ i.na. jc,u\v. 'Mitchie. of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ida Mitchie, Bouten, Minn., and Otto Laabs were supper guests of Mrs. Dora Laabs Thursday and callers e the Loren Browns, Algona, Paul Voigts, Fenton, and the AT Alex Radigs. ™ ie What a Child Can Do was told by Velma Leslie and Sharon O Keefe; song, Noah and the Ark, ?i r r im £ ry class; The Book f or the World, Juniors; song, Busy for Jesus, all pupils; exercise, intermediates; God's Love, Carl Hanson; chorus numbers, all; Bibl Memory Work, Bobby Eggerth recitation, Father, R i c h a r c Smith; closing hymn. A display of hand work don by the school was made. The school picnic will be held Wednesday, June 17. The Rev. and Mrs. Grote are now teaching in a Ledyard Bible school. Farm Bureau Women Elect— Mesdames O. J. Rippentrop, J XI. Holcomb, and Alvin Rippen trop were hostesses to 30 Ledyard township Farm Bureau women Friday at Mrs. Rippen^ i .»,_»„ j, t4l( j.yj.Aa, XVipptll- trop s, and County Agent Brown J5 TTOTIridr^ 1»1 4-V* f\ nnKn ,*.'J. _ £ _ 1 attended visor. Election president, vice, Mrs. in the capacity of ad- of officers was held: Mrs. Russell Winter; J. H. Holcomb; secre- , . . . com; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Cort Rippen- -"-• •"'"= nanna and her daughter Myrtle spent Saturday and Sunday at Reed Anderson's, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson took the daughter Dorothy to Mason City last week Monday to enroll in the Hamilton business school. The vacation Bible school will start June 15. Mrs. N. L. Cotton attended a party honoring Mrs. . Sadie bchenck, Minneapolis, at Llovd Schenck's, Burt, Friday Viola Marlow, Zell, S. D., spent the weekend at Hugh Marlow's Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent mi. """en,, .rvigufia, spent Thursday to Saturday at Frank Flaig's. Dorothy Jensen returned from Muscatine Saturday for the summer vacation. Arlin Kulow, of Graettinger. spent from Sunday night 'till Tuesday at Emil Kraft's. Mrs T J. Palmer, Stunner, and her children were guests at David Lynch s Friday night and Saturday. The Clair Bellingers were dinner guests at Mrs. Kate Bollin- gers, Fenton, Sunday. The Donald Radigs were at George Bolte's, Fairville, last week Tuesday evening, and Martin Dreyer s Burt, Wednesday evening. The Legion Auxiliary met at Wrs Frances Foley's last week Wednesday and officers were ] lected: president, Mrs. Emil day to attend a Dittmer reunion. The Melvin Nelsons, of RenWick, the Alton Hurlburts, Algona, and the Mainard Kuecks, Swea City, were guests at William Nelson's. The Andrew Thomsons attend* ed a wedding at Herman Madsen's, Rmgsted. Sunday. The James Longs were supper guests at W. H. Reidel's, Burt Sunday. The P. L. Persons and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hopne attended cele bration of the 25th wedding nn mversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sjostrand, Sheffield, Sun dav. Jean and Marjorie Fletcher,,of Minneapolis, spent the weekend at Walter Thompson's, and other quests there Sunday were Mrs Emilie Hoidenwith. Aljrona, find the Leo Zankes, Corwith. The ---- — ..i. *j«nrvco, \^ui wiui. j ne Arthur Zumachs were at the Mrs. C. W. Peters homo. Algona Mr and Mrs. Vallo Zentz, Elmore,' were at Rav Snyder's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris jont last week at Clarence Johnson's, Cowrie. Dorothy Hobson, Mason City, jent the weekend at Harry Flobson's. and all visited Mrs. Vora Hobson, Burt, Sunday afternoon. Tom Freestone, Ames, Mary Ann Flaig, Mason City, and Roger Jensen were dinner guests at Frank Flaig's Sunday. Bettv Marlow left for Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend summer school. The M. O. Richards family visited the Maurice Bilsboroughs, Titonka. Sunday afternoon. ANNIVERSARY SURPRISE FOR BANCROFT PAIR Bancroft, June 10 — Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatten were host and hostesses at a surprise party Sunday evening in honor of .their 29th wedding anniversary, which was June 3, also in honor of Mrs. Hatten's birthday June 7. Cards furnished entertainment, and lunch brought by the guests wa served. Gifts were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Hatten. Attending Messrs, and Mesdames F. H Mescher, Otto Vaske, Virgil Wolf — f ^•-k.*_».i.j ATJIJ. o. j'fi i m Kraft; vice, Frank Householder- ecretary-treasurer. Mrs. Ralph Thompson; historian, Mrs Frances Foley; chaplain, Mrs. Roy Osborn. The July meeting will trop; publicity, Mrs. George'En- nen; music, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht; assistant, Mrs. Charles Eggerth. The program was in charge of ,-, , - • — <- -•"•>• ^uy the 4-H girls, who led in singing ir , r , n ' The Ju} V meeting will The Star-Spangled Banner, and I bo held at Mrs - Osborn's. and the gave the 4-H Creed. Florence ' nc ™ off 'cers will be installed. Heetland gace a report of a 4-H I e Malna rd Kuecks, of Swea rally at Burt June 2; Ellen Laabs ' Clty j called at Henry Kueck's and Eva Eggerth gave a demon- " stration on summer menus, and Crretchen Rippentrop read a litany of 4-H blessings. No township women's meetings will be held in July or August, and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp will entertain September 4. SEXTON for Presbyterian Aid Has Program— Mesdames W. E. Ley. Maude Hamilton, O. J. Rippentrop, E. G Sauer, Andrew Jansen. and William Schroeder were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid last Thursday and served a 30c supper. Mrs. J. E. Smith was program chairman, and Mrs. C. A Gut- knccht. who had charge of deco-, - ^ —u,^ lions, spoke on Gardens in the : waukee Thursday to Bible. Mrs. Sauer gave a picture i R°scoe Schultzes ^study in La Vinci's Last Supper! The Mite and missionary soci- ana Hoffman s Christ in Gethse- ' etlcs me t at Mrs. Lillie Thorrm mane. i son's Thursday Mrs A A Florence Householder left Los Angeles Monday. She accompanied Gordon Priebe Mr Priebe brought his wife and baby here last week to spend the summer with relatives f i M 5' T?" d Mrs ' Robe rt Dransfeldt Bancroft, called on Mrs frank Macumber Sunday evening. I The Rev. and Mrs. C. S. White| house took Dorothy Jensen Wil•ma Marlow, and Marvin Schultz to Camp Foster Monday to attend a young people's conference this week. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse returned Monday evening Frederick Schultz left for Mil"" —-""-• * visit the Californians Mrs Charles Lewis and her | Mrs. Frank Flaig'will be the two children arrived one day last j hostesses at the next meeting on week for a visit at the Charles | June 18 at the Newbrough home Lewis home. Arthur Sorenson ] Mr. and Mrs. M. E Blanchard and his son Roger arrived Mon- | went to Des Moines Thursday for °ay^ amj^homas Lewis, who had a visit with the Howard Blanch- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, of Burt, Mrs. Ellen Hanna, the Winston Hannas, Sioux Falls, the A. ti Hannas, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson, of Whittemore were guests at Mrs. Tillie Hanna s Friday evening. Mrs. Ray Bierstedt and her son Donald accompanied the C a. Sigsbees, Burt, to Ireton Sun- The William Greens were Sunday afternoon callers at Clarence Green's Lu Verne. Mrs. John Graham, of Cedar 1 Rapids, and her children, who had been visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Martin Mimbach, went home Monday. They accompanied Fred Borches as far as Waterloo. Lyle Moment, Clark, S. D is visiting his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. John Flora. The Herman family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Sr., who were observing their 37th wedding an! niversary. I A Bible school opened at the I Sexton church Monday, and help- j ing to conduct it are Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and the Rev. J. A. Riggs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller of Corwith, spent Sunday at Mrs. Mary E. Miller's. Mrs. Fred Neahring, Mrs. William Green, and Mrs. Herman , Wise called on Mrs. Clarence i ! M T and her infant daughter 3 Ma™ j ane at the Kossuth hos- Saturday. D. Neitzel, Elroy Hatten Francis Doocy, L. C. Hatten Adolph Hatten, and Leonard Hat- ien, also Mrs. John Herbers and Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert. Beane to Be School Head— The Ralph Beanes left recent- y for a month with relatives at Gilbert. The Beanes plan to move to Dakota City (Humboldt) where Mr. Beane has accepted a position as superintendent of schools. Assistant Pastor's Father Sick The Rev. Nickolas Becker was called to St. Joe Sunday by the serious sickness of his father, who has been failing in health during the last few months. James Hatten to Marry— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday it St. John's church for Bernice Kramer, Whittemore, and James Hatten, Bancroft. Two Lone Rock Boy* in "Avenger" Squad Lone Rock* June ,10 — Gust Kraft, Algona, and the Emil Krafts here, attended the mass naval induction at Spencer Sunday, The Emil Kraft son Clarence and Jack Marlow were in a group of recruits there to join an "avenger squadron," and the recruits were guest? of the Spencer Chamber of Commerce at lunch following the ceremony. Clarence and Jack left for Des Moines Monday, and it was expected that they would be sent to the Great Lakes training station. 'VET- GRADUATE. Ames, June 9—Iowa State col- lege'announces that besides Curtis Ward, electrical engineering, and Andrew Monlux, veterinary medicine, already reported, Helmer Jensen, Fenton, was awarded the veterinary degree. ADENOIDS OUT. , Wesley, June 10—Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, had an adenoid operation Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. ' Wesleyan in Army in Cycle Accident • • • • ^ - * Wesley, June 10-^kr, and Mrs. Henry Sherman have received word from their son Tommy, Camp Normayle, Tex., that he recently suffered a broken ankle, a sprained ankle, and eight teeth loosened in a motorcycje accident ' while he was delivering a message between Camps. Tommy attends/a school Of electricity and supplies where vehicles are in- spccted before TOiftg|6ht out. Lakotan'a Son New Recruit for Navy Great Lakes, ill., June 8—The U. S..Navy Jhas welcomed anoth- Mrs. for active DR. C, G, SHIERK PODIA THIS 1 (Foot Specialist) Corns, Callouses, Hammer I Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious | trouble. Avoid more'serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet Hutchison Bldg. . Algoni Fhone 260-W. ——., , «.. t i j-nuiima j_jewib, wno fluu been visiting his parents, accompanied him back to California. Roger and his mother, Mrs. Sorenson, will remain here till late in the month. All are from California, where the men are working in defense plants. Scouts Prepare Own Breakfast The Boy Scouts went to the park early Saturday morning and the first-class Scouts, who were taking part of their cook ing tests, served breakfast. The boys went on a nature hike Monday night to study trees, birds etc. WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY , GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 Calf Club Picnic, Tour— Lakota's 4-H calf club held an annual picnic at the B. F Edwards farm Thursday, with dinner at noon, and in the afternoon made a tour of inspection of club calves conducted by Fay Meade club agent. Corn Bins to Nebraska Paul Ukona and Vincent Ellman left Friday for Nebraska in a truck loaded with steel bins and on the return trip delivered a load of wheat at Waverly This was a non-stop trip. Second Son for Petersons A son was born'to Mr. and Mrs Jacob Peterson at their home Friday, and Mrs. Weringa is caring for mother and baby. The Petersons now have two boys and one girl. Fifty in Bible School- Fifty pupils were enrolled last week in a Presbyterian Bible school which continues this week with a picnic Friday as finale. ' Pro Gives Lessons for Golfing Women George Morton, Country club pro, began giving golf lessons to women yesterday morning at 10 o clock and will continue every other Wednesday hereafter till further notice. There will also be golf for womon every Wedne«- day. Women who wish lunch at the clubhouse must make reservations with Mrs, Morton when they start play. .. *' SE"RVICE*STICKERS. Window stickers for parents of sons who are serving in the navy have been received by Postmaster W. W. Sullivan and can be obtained from him without charge. Application must be made m person at the postoffice Shoe Sale More than Ever— These prices represent bigger values —'in quality, as well as price. You will need an extra pair before the summer is over—something cool and comfortable so come in now. 100 Pairs We have plenty of sizes in these many different styles, as well as a good choice of colors-beige and tan,.navy blue, and two tones-and you don't need a ration card. 3.95 2.95 1.95 CHRISTENSEN'S Shoe Department H. w. POST Dray and'Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter BUTTERMILK POWDER SKIMMILK POWDER Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese Distributors AL-CO GAS—AL-CO TEX GAS VEEDOL OIL AL-CO PENN OIL AL-CO OIL Kerosene, Tractor Fuel Distillate No. 1-2 Feed Oilmeal - Buttermilk Powder - Salt Your butterfat test determines price received for wholemilk "%£"%£*" ******'*«*»* j 5()5 Wholemilk, minus B. F. equals 9 6 i/, Ibs skim milk at 50c per hundred Ibs " ' 10 , f . ^jjO T %Ciw9 lo ° ibs - f ° r wh ° ie - iik ~~7^ .57 per Ib. B. F. in whole milk. The following prices paid 1st of Slay-May 30, 1»4 2: Wholemilk Butterfat (3.5% test) - 5 ^ Sweet Cream Butterfat 1'irst Grade Cream Butterfat ,„ 42c F. 0. B. Algona Co-op. Creamery Co. t»»»t»»»»» t | ><t> ^^^^ <>>><>>4444>>a4 ^^ t ^ ^^ ^ Everyday Low Price ^^HBH^^^H^^HHHHI^H • . Texas No. 2 can • 4*M A •*•••••«•••* ••••4k« «,. •" w» • v wa TOMATOES 3 for.... 2tC S 2* ail No. 2 can IOWA CORN for WHEATIES pkgs.__ ' 1 %f C AEROWAX 19c PURE COCOA 14c pint can_. Ib. box. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE £~ Campbell'i TOMATO JUICE r: . LEWISLYE I Oil MILK cans .... 3 , 93* • „ v for COC TOMATO SOUP.... 4 M. HERSHEY'S COCOA ? 18 ARGO GLOSS STARCH £"2 115 SANDWICH COOKIES BLACKBERRIES cnn 2for25C Ib.. Algona Creamery BUTTER ....... 36c WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP Miracle Whip quart 33c 43c ^MM*^^^^B«H]^£GB9QH9tB9Elft GRAPE NUTS • 2 pkes.__ 25c I I ^^M I RUBBERS boxes-.'I 5C Cleansing TISSUE 500 - 1 Q/» count | 9C BAUlfDER tin-'- 1 5C Arm & Hammer BAK. SODA l-lb. — Pkg f C NAVY BEANS" Ibs Fruit COCKTAIL Devil's Food MIX . . . , Ginger Bread MIX . . . HILEX quart . . . 6 boxes MATCHES . 21-oz. Jar Sweet PICKLES . No. 2 can 18-k Sweet PEAS . . Soda CRACKERS Graham CRACKERS Quaker's OATS . . . Sun Rich Corn . A FLAKES. V Gerber's Baby A FOOD ...O Carnation Tall n MILK . . O 25c 21c 19c 18c 22c 23c 29c ,b,17c ibs. 19c lug. 21C pkgs. 20C 19c 25c for cans Mary Stevens Salad DRESSING . Quart MUSTARD . , 18K No. 2 cans Peas and £) CARROTS. a No. 10 tin Purple PLUMS . Carol BLUING . Carol Apple BUTTER . Seedless GRAPES . Snowhile BLEACH . . Reg. JELLO . . Jellit DESSERT . Kellogg's Shredded WHEAT .. 18K Cream Style CORN . . No. 2 can 1st Choice PEAS f,: lOc 25C oe 8-02. . bol. .Slfe 1 .gaL 6c 4.J9C pkg. No. 2 can law Jgj 23c large Pkg. SWERL I SUN RICH OATS WHOLE KERNEL CORN FANCY PEAS i 2 .. MAGIC BAKE FLOUR... ,,,,,,1.59 GOLD NUGGET FLOUR... «„. 1.39 BEVERAGES£££!•.... 4,v29c PELS NAPHTHA SOAP 10^470 OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 -I* ft A MM M^ „ __ I — — - •»••• waMro^^^jl •• CHI1S • ^" WHEAT PUFFS., 'S8c ^^^^^^^^^B \ r Quality Meats PURELARD,,,,^, 27c PORK SAUSAGE KUl* Large Minced BOLOGNA « m * ., 16'/2C Swifts Essex . SUM'R SAUSAGE >,26y2C Smoked , LI VER SAUSAGE, 24' 2 e SMALL WIENERS ,,211 .vru,,,«- z ,Q. |pCHUCKROASL23e i vrifti vcj . £ i gg CbIpp piBC fcw 1 71/9C KRACT /*UEeri* «* n wi AnC I1ID.J side ii>. I •/** JRAFTCHEESE 2^49c BAcSsQUAiS-je^ HOOD'S IG A Fruits & Vegetables LEMONS K*. . ,„ 29c ORANGES r.. 4o ,i9c POTATOES. £340 unches I OC AUlAur * ' ' * ^Ibs. 25C ONIONS ye iio, 4i, s 19c man nos;ess.

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