Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1942
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PAGE POUR Presbyterian Vacation Bible School Gives a Program at Lakota ^^m •*• ^B. ^K. MM. -. A. —^ ~ ' ' ' ' "" ' ' ' '"" ' "~ " ' ' ' --•-••• --'• - • - • .. .... .'-,,.-• - • -i:^^---—• ., -• --. •-•- - • ^ - -^ -- -- --• ^- f , _..--'. ,, ^^F.^ ....... -. .- . ..-.-.-. _-.-^-i. - -' •-^---•-^-< J ;- -' -> - -•-'- l^x-m^-^-^-,,'^,,,--. -^ _.„- ..-...= .. ^.-. .'. . CHILDREN GET CERTIFICATES OFATTENDANCE SWEA CITY ELEVATOR HOLDS ITS ANNUAL MEET SATURDAY Swea City, July 15—The local Farmers' elevator held its annual meeting and election of officers Saturday evening, and it was Tit T ' 77T I voted to retain all of the last Lakota, June 17—The Presby- year's incumbents: Harry Linde, terian vacation Bible school gave president; Martin Molinder, vice; the following program at the Jos. Kennedy, secretary-treasur- church Sunday evening: March; er;directors—Wm. Krumm, Alton song Father, We Thank Thee; Ferguson, Axel Erickson, Leslie Lords Prayer; Salute to the Hanson, Walter Engstrom, Olan- Chnstian Flag; Beginners and der Johanson. Charles Kinney Primary songs, Savior, Like a continues as manager, having Shepherd Lead Us, The Boat on filled this position many years Galhlee; Two Little Hands and Affairs of the company are an»y Little Pet Duck, Beginners; nounced in thriving condition. A Prayer, Intermediates; mission' play, Perfect Posture, taken from Borland Bell Presbyterian school, primary. Visitors at Mrs. McCrary's— Mrs. Warren Schram has returned to Chicago, after a few _ • *• " •> i.ui.Aiv.i.1 tu »^iiii.a£U, clllUl it lt-"<W jLorcls Prayer; Health song by ] days with her mother, Mrs. Jen- school; Tuck Me To Sleep, Berna- I nie McCrary. Weekend guests at dine Gcrzema directing, Mrs. | the McCrary home were Mr. and bauer, pianist, juniors; Prayer,! Mrs. Walter McCrary, daughter Cnarlene Schroeder and Marylin, Margaret, vacationing in this and •Johnson " Tnntllr "Vnii T ./^-r*^ T5n.,l ! +!•»«* TT1 »-»-««*.« ^^.«**,, .^IA: _.ri ii._ T U c , , c Johnson; Thank You, Lord, Paul- • the Elmore communities after the one Miller; recitation, Violet Ger- i school year at Grinnell, and Mr. oes; Goodnight Prayer, Evelyn ! and Mrs. Raymond McCrary, Daniels, Delores Kienitz, and I Ventura. Mrs. Schram returned Vera Mae Harms; Beatitudes, | with Raymond to Ventura Sun- all; group of songs by Junior and • day night, and boarded the Sioux Intermediate choruses. I there for the remainder of her Dramatization of the Story of trip. Jesus, Intermediates; song by! Juniors, Day is Dying in the i Three Local Youths Enlist- West; award of certificates; part-' The names of Harry Larson and P raver ' I son of Mr - and Mrs. Arthur Lar- JOS, TAPPERS, TITONKA, HOSTS AT BIG DINNER COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQOKA. IOWA Titonka, June 17—The Jos. H. Tappers entertained the follow} ing children and families at dint ner Sunday- the Walter Tappers!, the Everett Rippentrops, Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga anc Edith Mae, Hutchins; the Dick B Meyers, Lillie Tapper, Mrs. Herman Tapper, Mr. and Mrs. Johr Tapper, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Edna Van Zuuk and her son Dean, Oskaloosa. Mrs. Van Zuuk is Mrs. John Tapper's mother. Ice cream and cake guests. and Bill' Steeberg spent the weekend at Mrs. Maria Sathoff's. Herbert Isebrand spent the weekend with his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand. He ia employed at Webster City, hauling gravel. Mr. and Mrs. John Tapper, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Edna Van Zuuk and her son Dean, Oskaloosa, were week-end guests of the Joe H. Tappers. Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. E. M. Daniels, and Mrs. L. Laffey, Armstrong, "(visited Sunday at Mason City with Mrs. Johnson's sister. Mrs. Harold Krantz and Fern Krantz were Fort Dodge caller Friday. The Emery Smiths wer visitors at Bob Clement's Sun day. The Hillard Abbases, Delavan Minn., were dinner guests a Stephen Tjaden's Sunday in hen or of the christening of the baby Lermond Intermill took Cliar ence Schutjer to a Mason City LUVERNE MAN TO RAISE SIX PET RACCOONS were served to 30 ~-j. " j-- •-,/••-» t ^vi* \j t. ifii, uiiu Am. o. XTL1 LI 1 111 J Jill ~ A school picnic was held Fri- son, and Elvin Linde. oldest son day, with a large crowd for din- of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Linde, wore ner, and games furnished enter-1 listed among enlistees at the Des tamment in the afternoon. Moines office of the U. S. navy T , _ " recruiting station recently. Mr. Ledyard Farm Bureau Meets— and Mrs. Ivan Elliott returned A Ledyard township general j Monday from Des Moines, where £ arm Bureau meeting was held ; they had taken their son George Friday evening at F. J. McCoy's. ! to join the army as an aviation Alter the business meeting Faye mechanic. Meade, boys' 4-H club leader, led ' • in group singing. The Rev. N. j Baptist Picnic Next Week— *. Grote gave prayer. Donald! The Baptists will hold an an .Looft sang On the Road to Man- nual picnic at Okamanpedan dalay, with his sister Beulah as I state park. Tuttle Lake Thurs- accompanist. The Lakota Calf ; day, June 25. This year's picnic dug young people put on a radio j will combine the usual church program with Edward Eggerth as and Sunday school outing with announcer. Ruth Edwards play- i the one heretofore held separate- Birthday is Celebrated— Last Friday was the 69th anniversary of Mrs. Grace Bruer, Lakota, and her daughters, Mrs. William Ricklefs, Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Buffalo Center, Mrs C. H. Rippentrop, Mrs. Harold Larson, Elmore, and her children, Mrs. Harold Madetzke, daughters Shirley Ann and Donna Jean, of Winnebago, spent the afternoon with her. Lunch was served. To Wed on Coast- Doris, daughter of R. L. Krantz, lospital Monday morning, where —• -» >• t«i v.iu t-'-icij' -i "*— v**i» u^j. tLUiui ir iitriu olrUcli ciLG- •J^™ numbers °n her clarinet, ' ly for the students of the daily with Mrs. Jerry Heetland as ac- vacation Bible school. companist. Wayne and Wanda Heetland sang two duets, with Mrs. Heetland as accompanist, Picnic for Two Visitors A picnic supper Reynolds W™,. TP 7u — >-"">t>wai, " ^...nv. oupjjci iu neynoias Hem y Eggerth gave a read- j park here honoring Mesdames ing. .Lunch was served, and an j Howard Hosier and Andrew Van hour of singing and other music finished the time" until mid- "finished night, Acorn Club Plans Picnic— Mrs. Harry Warburton was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday evening at the last meeting until September 3. The new' president. Mrs. Edgar Inlay, presided at a short business meeting. Plans were made for a picnic supper at the Smith park Thursday, June 25. This is not a regular club meeting. Mrs. W. E. Ley read a paper on The Meaning of Democracy. Roll call was answered events, and the lunch. Alstme, Superior, Wis., was given last Thursday by Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, and present were the honorees, their children, their aunt, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, daughter Jeanne. ---- 7 ---- — o-« *•*,». v,*. J.v ( J_(. Ak.x dli l,£ij will soon leave for Los Angeles, where she will be married to Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L/ Miller. The bridegroom-elect is employed at the North American Aircraft factory, Los Angeles, where they will reside. Three Babies are Baptised — Three babies were baptised at the Ramsey Reformed church I Sunday: Merlin John, son of Mr and Mrs. John Miller; Mary El- with current hostess served Two to Scout Institute Editor Edgar Inlay and the Kev. E. G. Sauer went to Camp Cedar Point, Iowa Lake, Friday to attend the 4th annual Midwest Hoy Scout leaders' institute for regions 10 and 8. Both took a troop campers' course under direction of Ben Conger, deputy regional executive from Minneapolis for region 10. Regions 10 and 8 take in ten states. Mrs. Inlay and her son Donald drove to 4.1- gona for the time with Mrs Inlay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Gray. Sauers Are Grandparents— The Rev. and Mrs. William -Langholz received word last week of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs. Harold Struckman, Fairmont, and she has been named Ruth Ann. Mrs. Struck- ma ?™ a dau S hter of the Rev. fh * Ml ?- Lan g holz - and this is the first grandchild. Lakotan io Boys' State- Mr, and Mrs. I. E. Wortman sons John and Don drove to Grinnell last week Wednesday John went to attend the Boys 1 btate, sponsored each year by the American. Legion. Each Iowa -Legion post may send one delegate. John came home Sunday. "W. D. Ley Baby Baptized— The little son of Mr. and Mrs. A ^ y Was ba P tize d Sunday and the name given was David W'Uiam His maternal grandfather, the Rev. Mr. Odland, of Frederick, S. D., officiated at the baptismal service. , Ministers Are Visitors Here— _The Rev. and Mrs. O H Frer*?"& Dubuque, and the Rev. Gerald Ukena and family, West Un° f the Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote attended the Forest City group ministerial picnic held at Pilo Knob Monday, June 8, with th Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Patterson Forest City, as hosts. Jane Urabau accompanied the Grote as far as the Thaves home nea Inompson and they stopped o the way home and had suooe •with the Thaves family. The George Heetlands spen Sunday at Conrad Gabel's, Led yard. Mr. and Mrs. Francis G Tonne, Algona, were visitors a Samuel and James Warburton' bun day. The visit was especial sick° r Samuel Warb "rton, who is Pvt. Arthur Hanson, of Camp Bowie, Tex., and his father, W A. Hanson, Klemme, were Satur- d ?y guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koppen. The Hansons are cousin and uncle respectively of Mrs. Koppen. Mrs. Charles Eggerth's mother Mrs. Charles Slater, Glenwood,' an* *,*^ r> MJ..J Zel]a Berryj Q ^ have been visitors at is two weeks. CANNING SCHOOLS IN COUNTYCOME TO END Alma Schultz, county home demonstration agent, has finished canning demonstrations she I 1 , ad been S ivin g in townships throu ghout the county for the last month. The final demonstration was given Thursday, June 4 in Hebron township 'center' schoolhouse, Mrs. Oscar Frandle assisting. A total of 1000 women attended 20 demonstrations given in May. This number included 144 educational cooperators appointed in school districts to help the government in its food for freedom program. en, daughter of Mr. ' and "Mrs. Ben Hayes; Evon Rae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden. Farewell for Soldier to Be Thirty-five persons attended a arewell party for Annel Olson at Guy Barton's Sunday evening nd 500 was the entertainment. A gift was presented to Annel vho leaves for the army soon. Other Titonka IVews. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Dvergsten, bpencer, were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Krantz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hench and Richard took Vivian Destrval back to Britt Sunday, after she had visited the Benches here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott entertained the A. M. Friests, ?he° m £ S °^ M --* man * a PP. er ' . canning demonstrations," said Miss Schultz, "help women review canning methods and pick up new ideas to conserve vegetables needed for winter use and let commercially canned food be used by the armed forces." TIRE-TUBE QUOTAS. The county tire and tube quota lor June is: passenger cars and motorcycles, 12 tires, 84 retreads, 29 tubes; trucks, busses, light trucks, tractors, and implements, 71 tires, 107 retreads, 91 tubes The rationing board has been instructed not to give out for pub- granted , Harold Millers and Betty .- Marshall Friest, and Ola Mae Miller at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and ° on s Krantz took Clark Miller to pse Mpmes Saturday, and thence he took a tram for Los Angeles, where he is employed. He was here only a couple of days n» BI Al ? osJ Bonackers, the Os- f £mTchards ' Mrs - Carr ie Bon- a'TS ^ rs " Carrie Bush - Ackley, and Beth and Diane Bonacker, of Rembeck, picnicked and fished at Crystal Lake Sunday Jennessee Sathoff is now em- £l° yed a V he V °e ue Beauty Shoppe at Fort Dodge. Jennessee Men, Women Over 40 Don't Be Weak, Old , cal- '3-year-old I took Have You Tried Blatz Lately? • Whether you drink one glass or more, there is no lingering aftertaste. No filled-up feeling. Order Blatz from your dealer today. Always Union-made BIATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. America's Finest MILWAUKEE'S MOST EXQUISITE BEER he underwent an operation. Mrs. Arthur Hench and Richard, C. B. Hench and Vivian Destival were Algona business call ers Saturday. F. G. Elliott and A. M. Friest the latter of Thompson, had business at Swea City Monday afternoon. John Hanson, Mason City, and Mrs. Guy Barton visited Mrs. C. B. Egesdal Monday afternoon. Mr. ad Mrs. George Ama, St. Benedict, were week-end guests at Charles Ama's. The C. B. Egesdals were dinner guests at Lars Egesdal's, near Rake, Sunday. Mable Smith, of Crystal Lake, Lu Verne, June 15 — Six half grown raccoons which Chester Stoddard has been displaying with pride to friends here were bagged recently on the Des Moines river near his home. Mr. Stoddard is a farmer, but hunting is his hobby, and he considers this his most interesting find. The fur of the raccoon is a yel- lowish-grey - black; its body, when grown, is 20 inches long, its tail ten inches. It inhabits North America and feeds on fruits, bird eggs, etc. The animal rinses dry, blood-stained food before eating it , rubbing it between forepaws. The eagerness with which the raccoon is hunted is best illustrated by the fact that every year about a half million' of the furs are brought into the market. The flesh of the raccoon makes fine eating, and its hair is used for paint brushes. Mr. Stoddard captured the mother raccoon also and will try o raise all six of the animals. Local Youth Wins Scholastic Honor Pioneer Scheme to Drain Slough Workt D. D. Clapsaddle owns the 240- acre farm next east of the H, J. Bode place in Plum Creek township, and some 40 acres of it is slough or peat land, in dry years the peat would raise a good crop, but in wet seasons the land had to stay unused. This year Mr. Clapsaddle tried a pioneer's trick to take away the water by drilling an 8-inch well 355 feet till an underground stream was struck, and then tiling the slough into it. He said Monday that the scheme had worked and he expected the peat to get dry enough for a crop this Season. ^ reliable Lakoti the Weil. Giijr Beemer, the Well man, drilled PCH Lakota, Jun ters were Edwin Ja Center hospi weighed 7 Ibs Ibs. 6 02. The the old Jac north of town TPWO IK LAitOTAMB. > 15— Twin daugh- i to Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson at the Buffalo al recently. One 2 oz. ( the other 7 Jacobsons live on homestead Jacobson AUSTRALIA. Four Corner), June 2— Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore received a recent cablegran 1 ! saying that their son James and Georgn F. mhh had landed in Australia. George • no MATIC YOUR FRIEND^^AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JUNE started work Monday. at Arthur Hench's BURT BOY PROMOTED. I Burt, June 17—Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge have received word ;;hat their son Ronald, Kelly ?ield, Tex., has been promoted to irst lieutenant. Boonville, Mo., June 15 — On joy from Algona, la., was amon men recently honored by ap pointment to honor societies a the Kemper Military school here highest honor in the field tha can be bestowed. He is Cade Bernard C. Morrall, son 'of Mr and Mrs. C. L. Morrall, Algona and he received membership in the scholastic honor, society. ANY * RUBBER J TODAY? '*—*—*—*• Uncle Sam needs scrap rubber. The petroleum industry is collecting it. Scrape up every bit of scrap rubber about your house, farm or place of business. Any gasoline dealer will accept it as a donation to the War effort or will pay you lc a pound. •* * I * I * •* DIAMOND 760 ....is the SAFE Motor Oil UAMONDK RESISTS HIGHEST 7OO HEAT... SURVIVES Jnwni HARDEST WEAR! you cau buy. A real enine MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION DL.X DfAIER * Drain and refill crankcase * Check Transmission and ^2 Differential Lubricants *Diamond G bncation for chassis and body * Chec Tires * Check Battery * Check Cooling * Repack Front Wheel Bearings * cE adjust Spark Plugs * Wash, wa? * d SS * Service^pa Filter and Air CleLr * In sp and clean Lights, Windows, Windshield and w CARE FOR YOUR CAR "* 0 N LY THE MOTOR FUEL THAI L On No. 18 HELP Tender Juicy BEEF ROASTS | Per Pound 27c and Mornin 2 Light WHITE CORN Cream style com ,„,/ ;DependaL- C °£anT er Buy against you r f n '.'' requ.ementaat'the^ No. 2 Can Dozen Cans .... $1 in Case, 24 Cans - $ 2 ',J [Prom Selected Pork Loins Roasts and Chops Per Pound 34c and PORK LIVER Per Pound 156 BEEF STEAK Shoulder Cuts Pound 270 KRAFT CHEESE Brick and Yellow Leghorn. Pi Ke „ Pound BACON SQUARES Per I Aw Pound 130 Bananas BOLOGNA Big & Ring 210 Per Pound Summer Sausage Pound 320 GOOSEBERRY PIE! serve stip^r »«-_i._ __ . GELATINE DESSERT! Robb-Ross Gelatin SUPERB Superb Red CHERRIES Maraschino Style . Bottle Sweet lorning Light, iiy 5 Ounce Jar 1/C Gelafen Dessert Robb-Ross Assorted, 4 Packages Lozenges Peppermint & Winter- 17 green, per pound .... IlC Saiad Dressing Miracle Whip, on Quart -Tar JlfC MONTANA '- l: u PEAS Large, Sweet, Meaty Peas that: are as delightfully tender as tie ' smaller size peas. • No. 2 We toy Top Prices for Eggs A. • • B^H _^ I PEANUT BU Morning Light 2 Pound Jar MA BROWN klfk U71*An* *» •. Whole Wheat Bread, .. IVs Pound Loaf .. |5li o RYE BREAD 0 Old Country, ._ Pound Loaf .. Iflft .ROLLED OAT^T ^Siaga* "••"*, M. CAMAY TOILET SOAR for || P&G Naphtha Laundry Soao C Giant ' ~ 0 Bars 27-t •I I W [•HOIS'* •ii Flakts »kg>.25c SPRY Pound Can Pound Can Delioioiu wbHe FANCY HONEY CAKES >uJ Honey Cookies dipped in maishmallow U* * Pound. IN] EVAPORATED APRICOTS n appetixinr breakfast uuce. Delicious in *j* P*UMl. 2*1 breakfast sauce. cakes. LEMONS 6 l4t%e i M' B W .... lac CABBAGE CUCUMBERS ONIONS TOMATOK CARROTS Lb.3c Lb.3ic Lb. lOc Shafter WWW NEW SPUDS Nice Smooth California 35c

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