Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1944 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Al,GpNA, IOWA. MORE THAM 20 BEGINNERS IN BURT'S SCHOOL Buvt, Sopt. 12—Tlun'o is an enrollment of 2Hi in the Hurt school this year; 110 in the grades iind 106 'in hifjh school. '.The first grade hns i>n en'ollmeni of 2!': Jimmy and Jer'-y Alncy, twins. Max Baer. Carlylo Black, . Mary Helen Black. David Christcnseii, Darrell Davis. Larry Drover.. Katherinc Hardnrovp. Arlcn Johnson. Rodney KickJnish. Ver- vcl Kocstlcr. Ann I.ichter. Larry Manus, Joan Mario Mein/.er, Mary Lou Pnnnkuk, Yvonne. Shipler. Karen Sl:)in!n'ook. Karen Steward, Richard Steward, and Richard Weiner. The first and second grades are starting their ivaders this week. They have a new sot of books. The children are being amused by two vahbits provider! by Custodian Gralv.im. One is black, the other is white. The children have named them Cottontail and Inky. The third and fourth grades have been doing review work .in some of their subjects, and Ihoy found things thev bad forgotten during the summer. , These grades have a "Library Corner," and the boys and girls j bring books for it. Esther and John H:;sse lately brought a turtle to school, and Linda Rash brought goldfish. The 5th and (ith grades have new language bunks called Language for Meaning. There was a holiday from school Friday, while the grade teachers were attending '••> "demonstration workshop" at day afternoon arid evening at Mrs. John Ha.rdgrove's, Algona, where a family gathering honored two service men, relatives of the Hardgroves at home on furlough. Mrs. John Koestler and her daughter Gail >. Carlson were weekend visitors at Martin Zimmerman's and were dinner guests at Wilbur Holding's Sunday. The local grade teachers, Shir- LAKOTA CHURCH THE HOST AT A MISSION FEST Lakota. Sept. 6 — An annual mission festival was held at the ley Edel, Edith Milbrandt, Ver-! Presbyterian church Sunday, ona Radig, and Fern Bemel, at- with large crowds at each meet- tended a meeting for elementary teachers at Algona Friday. A W. S. C. meeting was Wednesday at S. mission stxidy held hist week the Rev.. Goo. H. Wesscl's. Mrs. J. L. Miller had charge -of the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. James, Ollom, with the son Gerald, who is here on leave from the navy, went to Forest City Monday to visit the Edw. Wciskcs, Supt. W. B. Officer and Coach Marshall Torgerson plan to at- rend a meeting Thursday evening of the Schoolmasters club at Algona. ^tlith Milbrandt and Shirley Ede.l spent last Thursday night with Verona Radig at her home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jacobson, | Britt, were Sunday supper i guests at the Nels J. Nelson's |Sunday. Sexton on a new Iowa course ol study. Family Dinner at V/eber's— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber entertained at tamily dinner Sunday, and guests were the Oscar Webers. E.'nmeisburg; the Jos. Sikoras, Cylinder: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, daughter Marjorie, the William Wi/bcrs. the Marvin Weyderls. Whiltemore: Luther Quinns, Lu Verne: the Peter Weyderts. Ventura: the Mike Weyderls, Airs. Ann in Becker, New Richland. 'Minn., daughter Victoria Lee: Mrs. Bertha Cox, Thornton; Tom Jacobsen and Irene Holub, Motley, Minn., visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim, part of last voek. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday visitors at Earl Algona i Slott's. Titonka, where a family mg. At a morning service Calvin Ukena, theological student at Mc-> Cormick Seminary, read the scripture lesson, and the Rev. Karl Mcckel, Elmore, retired Evangelical minister, led in prayer. The choir sang Onward Christian Soldiers, and following ' announcements by the pastor, the Rev. H. E. Buschman, a male quartette—J. E. Wortmnn, Jerry Ukena, Jerry Hoot land, George Ennen—sang Blue Galilee. The sermon was given by the Rev. J. Lenikeman, missionary in Honduras, Central America, back on furlough. He will return to his mission field in October, A congregational dinner was served at noon, and at an afternoon session music was furnished 1 by the Junior Sunday school choir. The Rev. E. P. Nuss, Lcd- yard. read scripture, the Rev. J. Engels, Buffalo Center, gave a pri'.yer. and the Rev. Mr. Snut- jer. of the Reformed Ramsey church, gave the sermon. Lunch was served and at an evening service (he Rev. Mr. L inning,. Armstrong, read scripture and gave prayer. Music was furnished by the choir, and a male quartette sang two selections. The Rev. J. Lenikeman gave the sermon. The day's offerings amounted to $482 for missions. Shirley Thompson. Bancroft. Paiienl Leaves Hospital,— Emil Person, who suffered a leg fracture in an accident on his farm a month a en and bad been at an Algona hospital ten days, was taken to his home west of town Monday afternoon. He getting along all rihgt. but will be in bed for the next six weeks. Mrs. Person und the children spent Sunday at Ray Smith's, near Algona. gathering honored Pvt. Robert Pink, home on furlough from Camp Roberts, Calif. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Drusie '.Noble accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona, to the Herman Wise home near Renwick Sunday, the occasion being observance of Charlotte Ann Wise's sixth birthday. The U. S. C. S. met at Mrs. Fred Neahring's one day last week and planned on annual chicken supper and bazaar for October 5. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cink were honored last week Tuesday evening 'when the children and grand- '• work. She is a native of the Lakota vicinity. Three io Federation Meeting-- . Mrs. W. E. Ley, Mrs, Delia Smith, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht drove to Titonka Friday to attend meeting of women planning a county federation meeting for October. Mrs. Ley is vice president. Mrs. Harry Mussman Sick— Mrs. Harry Mussman was confined to bed most of last week by illness. Her mother, Mrs. F. C 1 . Keister, Elmore, and her brother Harold, Chicago, visited her. Linotypisl Changes Shops— Bob Clematis, who had 'been with the Titonka paper for several years, recently resigned, and last week went to ,work for the Forest City Summit. Other lakotn Jfcws. Mrs. 1. E. Wortman came home from Rochester late last week. She had been at a hospital there with her sister, Ruth Swing, /or several weeks. Another' sister came from Kansas to be with Ruth, who is slowly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Keefe spent several days last week visiting Mrs, O'Keefe's uncle, Peter Thompson, Minneapolis, and the children visited relatives while the parents were gone. Lavonne Telkamp came home last week Monday from work in a defense plant in Kansas during the summer vacation. Barber and Mrs. Henry Furst, Algona, with the son Dick were last week Sunday visitors at J. H. Furst's. • Arlis\ Heetland, taking cadet nursing at Dns Moines, spent the weekend with the home folks, . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Algona, were callers at J. H. Warburton's Saturday. Mrs. Bertus Jansen spent last week with her daughter Mrs. Alvin Ewing, Swea City. . The Mike Winters, Mason Cily, were Sunday visitors at C. A. Winter's. FOUR CORNERS A picnic dinner was served Sunday at Will 'brayton's honor- ing Will Rich, who reached his 79th birthday Sept. 5. There were 28 guests: Mr. and Mrs,' Will Rich, Mr, and Mrs. Herman Lin- dcrman, Mrs. Edith Rich, all of Algona; the Ethan Lights, Bricelyn, Minn.; Mrs. Rhoda Dunn, son Charles, Earl Rich, the Waller _ Rich family, Burt, and Mr. and i Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee came in the afternoon. At 6 o'clock sandwiches, cookies, a birthday cake, picklCs, and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, with the son Roland, got home last week Wednesday from a trip to Stockport, where they Visited Otto's parents and other reja- tives. School started last Thursday in Dist. No. 7, Mrs. Ralph Reimers -™5?»PAV, SEPT teacher with 13 Pllpil , > I-.0\Vm:m r, Louis brother I-u-nrv 111., last week Mrs. Einil" i-,,.,.,,, her children w, T guests at p l( : afternoon a] son, a pationf pitn. Mrs. Efhv with her n Wliiftetnoiv. Sr. , ,' ( ' 11 for 1 iiesdny " n - Bu Sunday " Vs , am on Mr 'j 11 AW' lit Group io Birthday Parly— Mrs. James Olson and Laura Mae Farrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farrington, Forest City, gave a surprise birthday party for their mother at hei home there Friday, with the following relatives as guests: Mrs. Otto Koppen, Mrs. Emory Smith, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Orville Koppen, daughter Phyllis, Mrs. Wayne Koppen, Mrs. Edward Hagge, daughter Janice, all of Lakota, and Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka. "Corn Roasi" at Algona— The following Burt people had a "corn roast" at the Ambrose A. Call park Friday even in.!*: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MiHei-. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lock wood, the Howard McMullens, the Jay Grahams, Lulu Ha\vcot1, Lorena Wessel, Mrs. Fred Stowe, and Mr. and Mrs. P.iebhoft'. also Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wille, Algona. Faye Bolie in Maryland— Sgt. Faye Bnlie. who had been stationed at Camp Livingston, La., arrived Friday for a fe\v days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brilic. lie now goes | by way of Denver, Colo., to a camp in California. He was last home in May. The young man is in a medical division. Seaman Phones Patents— Dwight Simpson. Seaman 2-c, called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Simpson, by long distance from a port in Maryland Sunday night. He was at home on leave in June, and alter lhat was station at Fort Pierce. Fla., but recently was transiVrred to Maryland. children. 20 altogether, arrived with baskets of food for a surprise observance of the Cink 43rd wedding 1 anniversary The children arc? Laurence, Eugene, Arthur, and Mrs. Arthur Klein. Mrs. Johnson, of Ellsworth, , stopped for a call at Glenn Ga-, , , is i bi ielson's last week Tuesday •. nac ' evening. She was on the way from Minnesota. Mrs. Johnson is a former Sexton resident. The local school opened last Thursday, wfl.h 15 pupils enrolled and Ruth Forburger as teacher. The Bernard Millers spent the weekend with .Bernard's mother, Mrs. Alary MilJcr. Bernard was on furlough. His wife ;md children live at Ma;;on City. i Lakoia Boys Win at Fair— There was a good attendance at the 4-H fair at Algona last week end. Three from the Lakota 4-H club had exhibits, and Wayne Heetland and Bobby Mil- tag each won a red ribbon on pens of ducks. Jimmy Mittag a pig on exhibit, but it got out of the pen and had not been found at last reports. Cadet Nurse Visits Here— Ellen Laabs, cadet nursing student at Minneapolis, spent Saturday and Sunday with Beverly Furst. Her parents, from St. Ansgar, came after her Monday, and she is spending a week with them before returning to her Grandson for the Mr. and Mrs. have had a 1'irsi one day last \vec- Allen, havini; am Bristow's. Algona, The baby wi-iglic'd birth. Bristows— Clyde- Bristow i^rancLson since . a son, Robert vc-cl at M or win last Thursday. ij Ibs. ii Q/.S. at Two Have Tonsils Out— Alice, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Thompson. ;.nd Grover, son of Mrs. Win. Ciiddings, had tonsils removed in an Algona hospital Monday. Other Hurt Xows. Vcrncll Harclgrove : ; uent Sun- TODESMOIN REMEMBER ^ KIRK WOOD/ Mom ad Pop and the Car... "The word charge' always affects your lather that way— I just said we'd have the Standard Oil Man charge the car battery!" j Mom's right! Batteries, under light summer loads, jean appear to be strong bur really be weak. It's wise right now to see that the battery has— and can hold—the proper charge for the heavier loads soon coming up. In the car care matter, Mom exhibits real "know-how," these days. And why not? Any motorist—man or woman— can keep a car running right, running longer, and running farther on every gallon of gasoline. Just take it to a. Standard Oil Dealer. He's trained in wartime car-saving service. Remember, it's going to be a long time before * you can replace your car. Don'c neglect it. Follow your Standard Oil Dealer's 3rd-War-Year Service Guide and keep your car at its best always; Standard Oil Dealers are trained for better car care » Gasoline Powers the Attack. * * Don't Waste a Drop! Buy more War Bonds » J9*4, STANDARD OIL COMPANY BAFFLED LOW CEILING HELP YOU Armour's TREET Ready to Eat or It May Be Sliced to Fry and Served with Poached or Fried'Eggs 12*02. CAN ....... OATS, 3 Del Monte" DICED CARROTS NO. 303 GLASS 130 240 CAFE A^J CRACKERS, 2^270 270 .300 410 T, , Br'er Rabbit Green Label Molasses 1 g* Ounce 10 Jar 200 •^ Sunsweet (Extra Large PRUNES I Lb. Gold Foil Package 180 STIPERB 'MILK, 8^1 STAR-KIST TUNA, 7 °c' OREGON n.U JAM, 2& NANCY ANN BREAD, 24 TAC-CUT COFFEE, I Ji „ COUNCIL OAK COFFEE, I L »V MASTER TOAST, 24 V, Del Monte Seedless RAISINS, 15 S SIADONNA TOMATO DACTC ft Ounce FAdlKi 0 Can .. ,lVoi).TJp Grapefruit JJJJQE, 46 TENDER SAVORY VEAL STEW SHOULDER ROAST STEAK PATTIES CHOPS, U>. STEAK, Lb. SPICED LUNCH MEAT ... 370 SLICED BEEF LIVER ... 290 300 290 240 130 RING LIVER SAO! Van-fried with (moon ... I'lvcr SHU nil Re bur jc- ers — pan fried ami nerved In tottctrtl liuiut \\U\\ onion*, plcldo or t-hUi mitiof. \ ^^r.•>••*>•.•''. •-'•flVOW SLICED BACON ENDS, Lb BACON SQUARES, Lb. .. . I7 G Tender, Juicy BEEF CUBED STEAKS, Lb 28c PORK LIVER, Lb. .| 9c PORK HEARTS, Lb... | 9c BULK PORK SAUSAGE, Lb 33c MACARONI & CHEESE LOAF, Lb, 29c PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF, U, 29c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Lb,. 37c PORK SPARERIBS I9c Cartons $KIPPY Peanut Butter '• 1C Ounce ' - • n v : <ftv Jar 330 Italian PRUNE PUUMS RUSSET POTATOES YELLOW-WELL CURED ONIONS 4 Pounds 19c Vitamin-ized PERK Tomato Juice COCKTAIL 18 I',;,, 150 SALADA TEA Red Label 8-oz. Pkg. BEEF NOODLE SOUP Per Can KOBP-ROSS CUBAN CANE SUGAR SYRUPS yji; SUPERB PEANUT BUTTER, 24.01 j» JtUOGG'S CORN FLAKES Oiant Vhg ' ' ' KELLOGC'S RAISIN BRAN FLAKES, Pke cnn WHITE LQAF "The Thirsty flour" BAG $ 1.99 JIBST PRIZiJFIOUR, 50 & $1.^4 PALMOLIVE SUPER SUDS _ . o CRYSTAL WHITE 3 Cakes 200 Large 230 . Bars (40 Council

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