Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1942 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1942
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PAGE TEN e Part in War Bond Parade ^—=j»--.--. - - .....'- ALASKA HAS PAPER CALL 'KODIAK One day last week thb Ad- Advance received a copy of the Kodiak Bear, published by soldiers at Fort Greeley, Alaska. There was nothing to sho^ who «n !K but il was stamped "Passed by Censor." I This is a seven-columnL six- page newspaper with not b line of advertising in it, but as blever news of soldiers in camp ai ever was printed. Every page ils full of local news and comment, and there s joshing in practically every story. | The joshing begins with the newspaper's right "ear" oi the weather — "Sunstroke Flare!" There a Bear Facts column, and the news ranges all the way'from how to pay for a war borld on SOl , dle £ S Pay to sympathy ifrom a buddy who was sent to the camp hospital because he had a fire in his pants. The paper hints strongly ' that the camp is rather girl-lessj but an outside reader judging frbm a picture or two would condlude that the boys hadn't forgdlten the girls. In the editorial masthead the paper carried the following bit of striking verse: Honor the High North ever and ever, Whether she crown you or whether she slay; Suffer her fury cherish and love her— He who would rule her must learn to obey. TWO KOSSUTH YOUTHS TO THE_FABM SCHOOL Lakota, July 8— Merle, 19-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. B F Edwards, Lincoln township, ' and Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. C C Inman, Greenwood township' & ftf e 1 Ch ° Sen to re P™sent Kossuth at a second annual Iowa KQSSttTH COUNTY ADVANCES. ALOONA, IOWA at 8 o'clock Monday night tit the » _ —I ^ -^ *. __ 11 y\AAl ^i-tji. ^.-.111 lL *1 Im^i t> Traser rraser ana neiena weisuiuu were elected club demonstration tpnm Unit rail wad "Rcnnft nil team. Roll call was My Garden." After 'Report on a business TRICYCLES and wagon hitchhiker, of small al. dnVS PMade a week <*<>• Some of the y< Teacher Here Weds Algonian— A short mention was made last «n ek M°- f U th 1 marria S e Of Chrfc- tine Michaelson, Correctionville wh£h * McCullough, Algona which took place last week Wednesday at the Ida Grove Presbyterian church. . The bride was attended by her sister Betty> Deg Molnes f£« y Robert Ricilard - is ck is sick - made a trip m northern Minne- McCul l°"gh then , her P aren tal home ° r -n er m ° ther ' who She will return to Al- .this fall to teach the fifth sixth grades at the Bryant. The new Mrs. McCullough is a graduate of Morningside college! work ^h 3lSO ^° k P^tgra ere ' Sh taught at One hundred scholarships valued at $40 each are provided by the Bankers Life, Des Moines to bring instruction in farming and homemakmg to Iowa 4-H club te/" d £ irls u The y wer e selected on the basis of chancter ability, 4-H club record and com-' mumty leadership Merle was president of the Lakota club last year, and Ross s president of his local club and ^'^ K thC COUnty or Z™ ( -™Both boys are high school McC , ullou g h is an Algona school graduate, and he spent two years at the state uni- embai ymP ^ ater he c °»Pl*ted "n embalmers course at St. Louis, associated r Club Ha s Meeting- T , own send club met at the session and ° f the Lee A1 P, ublid ty re committee al club ha m f • Slgners on the a men ment petition to make the Town a part of the u Party Near Corwith Honors New Soldier Corwith, July 7 — Lawrence, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Baumgartner who leaves this week Wednesday for military •service, was honoree at a party at his home Monday evening Attending were the Don Meyers Jacob Kubly. and Wayne Streeter families, Mrs. Almeda Liptrap LaVerne Liptrap, Ruth Kraft,' Fred Goetsch, Dale Hersbergen George Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Chas' Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Un- :ger, and Mr. and Mrs. George Gnmsehl. After games, lunch was served, including an angel lood cake made by Lawrence's mother. The group presented a Sheaffer pen and pencil set to Lawrence. bulletin was concern ' . A Sfl tf bill out of Onfv ° Deeded Reports were given of a distric meeting at Eagle Grove and I club read 7 to committee for a fl °° r of th « Mouse my uaraen. .mier a Business meeting the girls spent the afternoon at singing. Guests were Alma .Schultz, H. D. A., Algona, Mrs. Fred Plumb, daughters Margaret and Patty. Wa-tan-yans M«*t at Hoiel- Ninetten Wa-tan-yans met Tuesday evening at the Algona Hotel for 6:10 dinner, "following which a business meeting was held. Elizabeth Kemmer, one of the newer members of the club, was presented with a_gift as a going-nway present. , Miss Kemmer, employed at the Farm Security office, went to her home at Pocahontas Wednesday. The next meeting will be held July 21 at Wallburg's. Picnic at State Park- Tile John Buttons, the Fred be given, „..„. .. division will serve. OTHER SOCIETY, Mrs. Ole Allison Will entertain the First Lutheran Woman's Missionary society at 2:30 o'clock to' home sionary society morrow afternoon at her ... on south Minnesota street. Mrs. Anna Bohai ion and Mrs. Albert /\nna JDOIUHIIIUII ana ivirs. Aiuen Olson will be assistant hostesses, «... " --,«.,, ».,« w«a onp nf J8,6ut of 500 «ppltoanto*for the ttalnfag cha^n. The class sis* of college graduates. e neth is In medical training, and alljthe instructors are doctors LE^YARD metsburg; Vern Marigle, Edward Hanson, Livermore; Mrs. Amelia rvn • Ra y mond Henry, Anne Tlmn?n ^ lan Harig ' and Mrs Tim O Bnen, Reunion at the Lakes— Col l?^ n> dau 8hter of Mr. and rs - Edward L. Parks, attended the third annual Parks family reunion Sunday at the D. L. Groves cottage, the Okobojis. The reunion was m honor of Mrs. Lee Rogers^ Detroit, niece of Mrs John Parks Spencer, and cousin of Edward L. Parks, Algona. Seventy-five relatives attended. There was a "pot luck" dinner at noon and swimming in the after- «nS n W Co " een accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Holland Astell, former Spencer residents, now of Mason J pent r l he night wit h Mrs. John Parks Jr , J.IIG uunii i~ruiiuiia, uie riea Lavrenz family, Burt, Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz, Algona, daughters Elda, Amelda, and Esther, and the Emil Lavrenz family, Minneapolis, picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. They spent the afternoon in conversation. Emil and Fred Lavrenz and Mrs. Dutton are brothers and sister. The Emil Lavrenz family spend the weekend at the Dutton home, Birthday Party for Guest- Mrs. E, E. Attleson entertained eight guests at a birthday party for her mother, Mrs. Nellie Garber, Albert Lea, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Garber was presented with gifts, and the afternoon was spent informally. Legion 'Aux' to Install— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Huge crowds attended all-day dedication services at the Evangelical and Reformed church Sunday. Ths program included guest speake', music, and a picnic dinner, i.t the church. Of special interest were new chimes, installed in f lace of the old bell. The unusual chimes added much to the call of worship at the now church. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a family reunion at Mrs. • Thompson's brother C. R. Mason's, Cleir Lake, Sunday. will be a R ed Cross meeting this week Friday at the Ledyard town hall. Batnice Vickers and Evelyn Chamberlain were weekend guests at D. B. Mayer's. ', were guests at J H. welfare's, Sunday evening Mrs.. Gertrude Wiemer spent the. weekend at Mrs. Lydia An derson's, Radcliffe. n " Minnie Brow :r accompanied the far as Lcland to Thompsons ai visit relatives Mrs. Chalrter Bonnickson, of Ringsted, spent Friday and Sat+ urday at J. H. Welfare's. Marjorie Mayer and Marjorie Gabel, both working at Des Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday at their respective homes. The Anton Andersons, Chicago, spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Mrs. Cus Anderson's. Word has teen received that Kenneth Thonpson is taking a BUDGET ESTIMATE Girls to Methodist Camp— Seven girls left Monday to attend a junior high school Metho™ t youth camp this week at the Okobojis. Mrs. J. R. Woodman- t> ^u lr cou nselor, and Mrs. J tfuthman, an instructor in the > £i H be there wit h the T , he tyoun e P^Ple from ^ S A tay ln the same cabin Th ' • i 6 A1 S° na young people The girls are Shirley Helbere Marjorie Dewel, Ardis Wallburf Betty Wallukait, Dorothy MiHe? Frances Buntin and Anne dele S ates were sent to a at T 1Ub - meetin S will be APPENDECTOMY CASE. Darlene, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Seeman, was taken to Fort Dodge Friday evening for an emergency appendicitis operation at Mercy hospital. She is recovering rapidly, and will be brought home in a few days. Her parents are spending part of the time with her. Mr. Seeman is an Algona creamerv employe. SWEA-EAGLE Fa * ewe11 f °r a Soldier— n; f rs - Au §ust Harig ' and her niece Teresa entertained at a farewell .party Monday night at Guests brought lunch and rtilT—' ^-Together— tilth annual reunion of the Steven family was held Sunday , at the J. p. Steven home, Burt. There was a basket dinner at I noon and the afternoon was j spent at games. Relatives attend- «!, ™ Stevens, Emmetsburg; VM , ~.-.7~;~ v—•- H e Charles Amans, Whittemore- called" ~+«Tfc y « o d ** he * not Mrs ' J eanette Clevenger Cleve this summer Se wiU^urT'on ^ °" and ^fi^^teV Chloa brwf° n -n ary ' if he is calle d- his B » r * 4-H Girls Meei- bride will return. The Burt Bluebirds 4-H club met with Elaine Engstrom last week Wednesday. The girls prepared and served dinner. Dorine Men, Women Over 40 Don't Be Weak, Old Feel Peppy, Years Younger spent the evening at "500." High prizes were won by Mrs. Nyle •atch and "Doug" Wildin and •onsolation prizes by Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Wilfred Lauritso™ Guests were Messrs, and Mes- lames Roy Hutzell, Arthur Falk HKsa. B ssr£gf &^j^sshssi Verne; R. M. McAtee, Em- .'Notice—The Board 01 uirector^ r „ aolidated, Magor, Hancock Countv T ° f Convi "i 8 p m. at School House. Taxpayers v^n' , wi11 ^ foUowing estimate of expenditures fnr n° hcar t i» 4 ?'' and 6nding June 30, 1943. A detain lc - year disbursements, both past and ant^nSl , Expenditures for Year FUNDS a vail|i CO rH Colwell Live Stock Auction Will be held at Night Instead of Afternoon during harvesting and threshing season. Fir»t Night Sale will be held July 14,1942, at 8:30 p. m. shoates and hogs iost every ie live stock iy private or You can see o n 3 >-} T •»J O 01 r-t 32,593$ 33,140$ 4,937 5,000 General _ :_$ 32,835$ Bonds and Inter- est 5,057 Total all purposes Secretary's General Fund _ School House Fund _~II Total all Funds . Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed" VaTue~ Number of persons of school age "" Taxable valuation, 1941 Moneys and Credits, 1941 1,0005 j J Consumers Whole Take Ostrei. Contain* general tonics. Mtaulanta often needed atter 40—by bodies lacking Ironcal' clum nhoiphate. Vitamin Bi. SpecialI Introductory •lie Ostrei Tonlo Tableta coaM 0111^3™ Stm feeling peppier and years younger, tht very day n ~ w ™ wvw ™™^Wrwyvwvw^ Smart Slack Suits are Hire Chrischilles 1T% A T^ A m^m— MEDIUM BAR LARGE BAR IVORY SOAP 5k _ I0c For sale at all good drug stores cv- at Lusbj - & Pfc Ellis Jongberg and Pfc -b-verett Enckson, who left las April for training at Camp Barkeley, Tex., have been promoted to corporals. Neomi Hewitt and Mrs. Harold Hewitt entertained at the latter's home last Thursday in honor of Helen Walstrand, Seattle, Wash. The guests were Mrs. Wilfred Mongold, Armstrong; Mrs. Francis Sievold, Estherville; Mrs Vergil Blomster, Mrs. Arden Hovey, Mrs. Roy Bravender, Mrs. Albert bwanson, and June Larson Mrs. Albert Swanson, Mrs. Francis Sievold, Helen Wall- strand, and June Larson drove to Algona last Thursday night to be guests of Ardella Hovey, who served a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call park Ruby Berg has finished her year's studies at the A. I. B., Des Moines, and spent the past week the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Andrew Berg. She left Sunday for Oskaloosa, where she is employed. Bernice Rath is now working at the Swea City telephone exchange. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jeffries, of Plover, were weekend guests of their daughter Mrs. Leslie Hanson. Mrs. Noble Park, Des Moines, and her two children came Friday for a few weeks with Mrs. Park's parents, the James Kuchynka. Mr. Parks accompanied the family here, but went back Sunday. The farm buildings on the place where James Kuchynka lives are being repaired, and a new corncrib and granary is being built. Mrs. Le Vern Finlayson and her sister Lucille Berg left a week ago in the Finlayson car for New York to visit the first- named's husband, Pfc] Le Vern *inlayson, who is expecting to leave tor overseas soon. VICTORY DRESS SALE CHRISCHILLES STORE it most profitable. ' lftlsis our war-measure with regard sales. You'll find Special SEPARATE SLACKS $3.00, $3.45, $4.95, $6.95 Culottes—$8.00 Shorts— $1.29, $1.75 Kae&A&tvs-f, -,*-,**. OZARK GOOD QUALITY TOMATOES 16 oz. CAN 5c This week we are promoting a $7.95 Victory group- some of the ?10 .00 sale numbers we featured a Sw wS S if mostly new - anappy styles - -^ wnicJi sold for aa much as $12^5 an d Si«inn AII $7.95 SPRING DRESS CLEARANCE Our entire stock of early Spring and many summer dresses Is now on sale at reduced prices. Buy now from thla fine selection-there'll be no 2 for 1 sale on this type of merchandise as there has been in past years. During the war, all such drastic sales are "out" Our goods will be marked at smaller profits to make for quicker turn-overs. nils is in keeping with the general "war effort" CAMAY OR LAVA SOAP 3 B.»20c FINE WOODEN STURDY Clothes Pins KIRK'S'< HARD WATER SOAP 3 For Complete with ftpt and Rubbers FRUIT JARS QUARTS PER DOZEN 59. BARTON'S 2(oz.n»| SALT IODIZED OR I ARJI & HAMMER BAKING Dozen 2c Quaker Sparkles 5c PUPPED ; WHEAT..._. PUFFED .PEG. SODA Tendcrsweet 1 FANCY WHOLE 1 CORN American Beauty No. K CORN 3« White Cream I ----~^ New Red POTATOES, peck Large juicy, 300 size 01 LEMONS doz *« ^ •m^^^— —_ • ^^_^^—^^ Cotton Slock Siuts $3.00, ., . «ayoufl $6.50. $8-00, $10 95' •once $3.75 Armoor's Skinned HAMS PORK LIVER whole or half . . . Ib- Ibs. . SHOULDER R'ST, Ib. 21* CHOPS . . . BEEF BRAW8 Ground B EEF . . . BEEF Armour's Banquet "*""T «hoice cornfed pot roast, Ib. DRIED BEEF . »*j LRO. BOLOGNA,* PIG SOUSE. • •"* PRESSED HAM fa Swift'i BaibMUM "•***' RIBS Bl American or »ri<* CHEESE

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