Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1944 · Page 5
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCBj A1X3ONA, IOWA JTHORSDAY, Supt. John Cook Again Heads Lakota's School SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY WITH A FACULTY OF 8 sons Dick and Allen got home j Mrs. Ernst Borchert, Mr. and Friday evening, following two j Mrs. Fcrd Borchert, daughter Lu- wecks visit with relatives at cille, all of Truman, Minn.; Mrs. points in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klockc, Lakota, and the Walter Klockes, of Lcdyard, drove to Hubbard Sunday for a visit with the Will Gelhaus family. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson, Bertha Vollendorf and Paul Fic- bing, Chicago. Parly for Pally Welzel— Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Wetzel entertained for their daughter with the daughter Sherry Lou, spent last weekend with friends at a summer cottage near Fairmont. Ihe Jerry Heetlands. Mrs. Margaret Kollasch attended a reunion of the Thill family Lakola, Aug. 29—The teachers arrived last week, ready for beginning this week Monday. Supt. J. W. Cook had been here three weeks. Mrs. Carmen Wilson- Jones is again with Mrs. Ida Smith; Mrs. Lola Graham and Miss Prohaska are with the Thaves sisters; and the other four teachers, Donna Dau, Jean Ahl- Flrom, Miss Ward, and Vivian Strand arc at Guy Beemer's. Henry Mitchell is custodian .gain. Heclland Son-in-Law Sick— John Hcctland Jr. spent last week with his sister Iris Ann at Chicago. Mrs. Roy Tipton, another sister, who had been at Gulfport, Miss., met him there, and they drove here, arriving Sunday. Mrs. Tipton lud teen wilh her husband at Gult- port, but he was sent to the General hospital, Chicago, for treatment of a lung infection, and his wife will be with her parents at least two months, or until her husband returns to duty. Etdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hestiand. is in a naval base hospital in the Hawaiian islands for treatmciH of Lusmann'"Lavonne'"MoscT,""Mr! ancl Mrs. Carl Sauckc, daughter Marilyn, Mrs. Lawrence Saucke, all of Farnhamvillc: Mrs. Emma Borchert, Gertrude Borchert, the Herman Gollwitzcrs, Mr. and Patty's sixth birthday anniversary last Thursday evening. At-, tending: the Martin Dreycrs, Burl; the Ervin Wetzels, Lone with relatives. The Knotes will' cs were Friday evening guests of thence return to their home at Bloomington. Mrs. Wetzel was to return Wednesday, Doloris Potralz, Algona, spenl a few days lasl week at her sister Mrs. Wilmer Wichlendahl's. Doloris was having a week's va- Mr. and Mrsi Herman Hintz. Mr. and Mrs, Edw n Wichtendahl are parents of a daughter born last week Wednesday. There ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wagner are parents of a son, born at the .... ...._.. ThD and at Charles Plathe's. Jo Ann.'first. granddaughte'r of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, was born August 0,' and her father, Sgt. Arthur Plathe, is in Prance. ' Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Adam Kramer, had an ap- one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer, cation from the Midwest service \ Miller's office in the —- .-,-- , -. , .„ Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. are now four girls ai d a boy ^ ••j ames Reding, Algona, were Sun- the family. , I d a y visitors at George Bor- Phyllis Genglcr egan work 1 m£mn > Si George Bormatin was tak- of I The AdOlph Fuhrmanns returned from Lindsay, j ast wee ] c Monday office, where she is' employed. The Herman Hintz family, the Fred Boetlchers, and the Frilz Rock; the Donald Radigs, Mr.' Meyers were Sunday dinner Among Lakotans at Fairmont and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and guests of Mris. Maurice Wallace, Saturday were the Walter Sachs Mrs. Albert Kressin, Eleanora Fcnton, in honor of her birthday, family, the Richard Prices, and. Pompe, Mrs. Lydia Welzel, hcr|_Mr. and Mrs; Roberl Knotp, of children; Mr. and Mrs. Knole, Bloomington, 111. Robert; Bloominglon, 111., Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, and the Herbert Potratz- school building. Mr. and Mrs. Elme ited relatives at Wes Ottosen Sunday. Ki« h~,,ih I ' ugona nign, cn by surprise last week Sunday ni<nv.n ,ri c ' evening, when relatives arrived Prjahn vis : , WANT ADS AH MARKET PLACE at West Bend last week Sunday. ' Dinner Honors Illinois Couple— Mesdames J. H. Warburlon and '• Mrs. Lydia Welzel enlerlained Jerry Heetland_spent Friday at Sunday in honor of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knote, of | Bloominglon, 111., visilors here, | and attending were; Mr. and Mrs. 'Hy' Hartwcll, the Ervin Wct- xels, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. | I Omar McMahon and Esther Wet- I /.el, Algona, lhe Reinhart Wct- xcls, Mrs. Clara Pompe, and the Herbert Potralz family. Girl a Birthday Hostess— Belly Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Genglcr, enter- F. G. Torino's, Plum Creek. LUSMANNS, OF LOTTS CREEK, REUNION HOSTS Lolls Creek, Aug. 29—Teacher and Mrs. Arthur Lusmann here entertained at a Lusmann reunion Sundav at Iheir home: Allending: Mr. and Mrs. 'Hy' Goll- wilxcr, Churdan; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jurgensen; Mrs. Herman arthritis. Send Your News Direct— Mrs. J. H. Warburlon, the Advance—U. D. M. Lakota correspondent, has been pleased to hear that some news for her columns is being sent direct lo lhe publishers. This help is welcomed. | and Mrs. Warburlon. as well as I the publishers, are glad to have it. News for the U. D. M. should be mailed to arrive on or before Saturday, and news for the Advance should be mailed lo arrive Monday or Tuesday. Do nol send the same news lo both papers. Presbyterian Aid Meets— Mrs. Jerry Ukena, Emma Thaves, and Hannah Hcctland | entertained.the Presbyterian Aid al Mrs. Ukcna's Thursday, wilh i a good-sized attendance. Mrs. I Fred Schroeder had charge of dc-' volions; Mrs. George Heclland i and Mrs. Fred Schroeder sang a I Ncgrp spiritual; and a business] meeting was held, with the prcsi- ' dent, Mrs. Jerry Heclland, prc-' siding. attending were Doris Meyer, Ruth Zumach. Darlcnc Lusmann, Beverly Ann Polralz, and Palsy Kerslcn. ' Olhflr Lolts Crt't'k. • Mrs. Lydia Wetzel accompan- led Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Knole, of Blnomington, 111, ( o DCS Moincs early in the week for a few days Bcrker Son Through Clinic— i Mrs. Henry Olthoff and the' Ray Beckers spent two days last ' week at Rochester, where the I Becker son wenl through the i Mayo clinic. The party spenl a I night with the John Minors at Sprin.uvalley, Minn. Mr. and' Mrs. Vance Lester, of Swc-a City, spent Sunday at Henry Olthoffs. New Son for a Sailor— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. j Arnold Becker at a Blue Earth hospilal Saturday night and ho has been named Larry Henry. Arnold, who is in lhe navy, is on duly somewhere in lhe Pacific. Mrs. Becker lives wilh her par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry OHhoff. Group to Lutheran Meeting— The Rev. F, F. Darnauer and his family, also others 1 from lhe local Lutheran church, attended a S. S. teachers institute at Ti- lonka Sunday. Mr. Darnauer was one of the speakers on new Sunday school material entitled The Christian Growth Series. Quarterly Conference Held— The Fourth quarterly confer- cnce was hold at the Melhodist church Sunday afternoon, with District Supt. Burgess in charge, and renorls for lhe currenl year were given. Ley Gels More Cars— W. D. Ley, Harry Mussman, Don Stickler, Ralph Clark, and Irvin Allizer wenl to DCS Moincs Salurday night, and drove home curs for sale by Mr. Ley. Seeks Hav Fever Relief— John Meyer left last week Wednesday for Rapid City, S. D., where he is spending a few weeks till the day fever season is past. Girl's Appendix Removed— Ardis Joanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox, had an appendectomy at a Blue Earth hospital recently. Other Lakotn Xcws. Lust week Sunday dinner guests of the Orville Koppens were Mr. and Mr-;. G. A. Robinson, Alice and William Klippcl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Missman, daughter Virginia, and Lillian McDermolt, Brill, and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hanson, Titonka, and Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith, Humboldt. were supper guests at Jerry Hcetland's lasl week Monday. The Heetlands, the James Smiths, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulson were Sunday dinner guests at Vernon Smith's. Mr. ancl Mrs. Raymond Becker, son Albert, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry OHhoff, son Harold, were cullers at a Blue Earth hospilal Sunchiy afternoon lo see Mrs. Arnold Becker and her new son. Martin Becker, Portland township, was a dinner guest at Raymond Becker's Sunday. The Vance Lesters, Armstrong, were callers al -Henry Ollhoff's in the afternoon. Verdeen Baum arrived Saturday on a furlough to visit his father, William Baum, his sister F.lsie, here, and other relatives. He came from lhe wesl coasl. Mrs, Fmory Smi'h n.nd her Form lines are mighty busy these days—carrying calls that help everyone produce for the war— so every second oi time saved permits more and more essential calls to go through. Answering promptly, placing calls carefully in order to avoid calling wrong numbers and keeping conversations brief are good practices that help every family get the best service. NORTHWESTERN SELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Proving Grounds In 80 types of Allied war plaiics—from llic smallest L-4 Grasshopper (o the B-29 Superfortress ... in destroyers, escort and landing craft, submarines ... in tanks, trucks, jeeps, bulldozers, American Hammered Piston Rings prove their absolute correctness for every purpose. WAR PLANES USING AMERICAN HAMMERED PISTON RINGS A-20 Havoc A-22 Maryland A-24 Dauntless A-25 Shrike A-29 Hudson A-30 Baltimore A-31 Vengeance A-31 Buccaneer A-36 Invader B-17 Flying Fortress B-18 Bolo B-23 Dragon B-24 Liberator B-25 Mitchell B-26 Marauder B-2!) 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Clarence Erpelding, here, and Sterling Logue left for Texas Saturday to visit relatives. Shirley Franklin and John Wagner spent the weeketjd at cadet nurses, .AUGUST CREW MAIN DITCH | last week ship and Trees George Scuffham's, near Algona.(and the roots dviv""""" The St. Joseph school reopened years ago and ii " C( l I Tuesday, with high mass' at 8 been cleared inviv ^ o'clock. was delayed a vnnV i e l .Viola Klein and Deloris Gisch, shorlage of heln i a l i "flu moJ MAKE YOUR FOOD DOLLARS DO A BETTER JOB H6IL WHERE FINE FOODS COST LESS LIGHT MEAT FANCY SOLID ACK StarKist • '-Nir SOLIOPK* Tuna / TUNA NO. % CAN Tfo. Can 100 DERBY Potted Meat SWIFT'S Deviled Ham l;;: SWIFT'S M- PREM £~ 31C RED HOT POTATO CHIPS 4-oc. Sng STJl'EHB Peanut Butte fJF.DNKY Dill Pickles, KVEllOYAT, Queen Olives,!'. HONEY rj,AVOHFD Graham Crackers 47* 2-lb. BOX 41 V 340 al. 990 370 WON-UP GRAPEFRUIT Vitamin & Mineral Fortifier That Makes Milk Taste Like TOOTSIE ROLLS LB. JAR 45c ETERHEST GRAPE JAM Ercrhest Blackberry PRESERVES J* T.VERBEST TEACH PRESERVES & ROBB|RQSS CUBAN CANE SUGAR SYRUP 200 310 310 PRESERVES EVERBEST Cherry Jam F.VERBEST CIIElt PRESERVES 5-LB. JAK '•i.is SWift SUMMER SUPPER TONIGHT Strife* TABLE-READY VEAL LOAF, Ib. Serve with Potato Salad, Baked Beans and Cole Slaw 29 SWIFT'S JKMilKlt CORNED BEEF LOAF, Lb. SWIFT'S SMAIJi TENUEIt FRANKFURTERS, Lb SWIFT'S FIOKM: AND PIMENTO LOAF, Lb, SWIFT'S MACAllOKI AJfl) CHEESE LOAF, Lb, . SWIFT'S IjIVKK CHEESE LOAF, Lb. . SWIFT'S OLD FASHIONED MEAT LOAF, Lb. .. 290 290 350 SWIFT'S I'UEMIUM BIG BOLOGNA, Lb. SWIFT'S TIIIHUNC-EII SAUSAGE, Lb SWIFT'S BRfiUNSCHWEIGER, SWIFTS TnEjritJjr PRESSED HAM, Lb, Lb SLICED BACON ENDS, Mb. Pkg. DRY SALT PORK DRIED BEEF ?ke. Freth la our wide variety of perfectly baked breads you'll find one that's just right for your t a v q r i t e sandwich spread or 'filling. '', NANCY "ENRICHED" 2 16-oz. 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