Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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PAGE SIX COUNTY FOUR-H GIRLS GET NEW STUDYPROJECT Home Furnishings will be the home economics project for Kossuth 4-H club girls during the coming year. Plans for the project, as well as other phases of the club program, were discussed Friday, when members of the 4-H girls' club committee, county officers, local leatiers, and Mrs. Margaret Pratt, new county extension home economist, met at Butt. In attendance were Mrs. Floyd Treat, Mrs. G. G. Pfefferman, Swea City; Mrs. Chas. Ostaorn, Ruth Dreycr, Mrs. Will Wcisbrod, Donna Jean Cody, Jeanne Wilberg, Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton; Mrs. John Gisch, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Algona; Mrs. Rasmie Hansen, Mrs. Ellis Chamberlain, Irv- irgton; Mrs. L. E. Wingert, Mrs. August Studcr, Cor with; Mrs. C. C. inman, Bancroft. The Kossuth girls last, year studied clothing conservation. In addition, they helped with gardens, canning, poultry, and even with field work to relievo labor shortages. These activities, as well as recreation, leadership, and discussion of world affairs, will continue to receive emphasis during the coming year. Individual goals set for 4-H girls in the county include: To begin with each girl will make a floor plan of her own room, then make three articles for it, and in addition add one new, remodeled or improvised unit of furniture. The girls will have an opportunity to own a set of miniature reproductions of famous paintings, and it is hoped that at least one good picture will be added to the girls' own rooms or homes. Three leader training meetings will be held in connection with trie home economics project. *. . . .T77777T777T7* . I! you can't get i) in a store . . let a Want Ad i;nd il for you . KOSSUTH COtmTY ADVANCE* ALQONA, IOWA Woman's Club Holiday— The Algona Woman's club has decided to declare a recess during the coming year. It is explained that it has seemed necessary to do this because of the stress of war work, a great amount of which is being done by members. The club room is now being used as a surgical dressings center for the Red Cross, and no other available room for club meetings has been found. At a meeting Friday it was decided that present officers bo retained till such time as the club renews activities. The officers are: Mrs. Cidney Laird, president: Mrs. V. K. Rising, vice president; Mrs. C. D. Schaap, 2nd vice president; Mrs. E. Blumer, recording secretary; Mrs. D. PI. Norton, corresponding secretary; Beth Annis. treasurer; Mrs. T. H. Holmes, historian. Townsend Club Has Meeting— Members and friends of the Tovviv-.cnd club met at Frank Creed's Tuesday evening. A state message was road inviting local members to attend n two-day session at the Fort Dodge armory Sept. 30-Oct; 1. On Sept. 30 there will be a special conference of the district council, of which Mrs. A. M. Anderson, lo- ffil club president, is a member. That evening there will be a banquet at the Hotel Warden, with Governor Hickonlooper and Sen.•it'-T Guv M. Gillette as speakers. Mrs. John Briggs is sponsoring a benefit psrty this week Friday aftenoon. Next Monday after"•non the Sewing club meets with Mrs. Mabel Kruse. Friday evening next week the club will conduct n meeting at :he Legion hall, Burt. "Shelter" for a Picnic— Laura Mitchell's home was j "shelter house" for a picnic supper Tuesday evening. The picnic | was planned for the Ambrose A. | i Call state park, but because of i | the rain had to be held indoors, i ] Twenty-two members and two j ( guests were present, and following supper, games were played.! On the entertaining committee, were Rose Lampe, Laura Mitch- j ell, Lbona Sicmer, Ardcen Olson, | Mary Ann McKcnna, and Donna' Hill. Supper for Birihday Club— 'iiio Rcbckah staff Birihday club had a family covered-dish; supper Tuesday evening at the Dchnert hotel lodge room. The birthdays of Mcsdamos Pearl Moore, Louis Lynk, Alma Nel- i son, and Myrtle Turnbaugh were observed. The committee in' charge consisted of Mesdamcs J. P. Smith, Sidney Spear, Linnca Hiscrocit, and Morris Etherington. Seventh Birthday Observed— Kathcrine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Hutchins, east of j town, celebrated her seventh j birthday Tuesday bv entertaining ! ten friends at G p. m. dinner. The i guests were Ruth Shicrk, Bar-' bara Bourne, •> Janet Scuffham,' Pi'tty Hargreaves, Audrey Sla- i gle, Miss Ballard, and Mcsdames' | Grace Phillips, Kalhoiinc Parks.; iru; Tillic Hargreaves. ' I Crnrtesv for B0-Ye=r-Old— i ( Mrs. Elizabeth Erclmpn was 80 ! Monday and in honor of the oc- ' fusion Mrs. Thcrcsn Neuroth and I Mrs. Magonigil entertained ciaht guests at the Neuroth home. Two tables of 500.were in play. The gifests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph valentine, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hardgrovo, and Ernest Johes. Dinner Honors Arisona Guevil— Mrs. Gusla Lavrenz entertained at six o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of her daughters Eldia and Esther and Cpl. Horf, all of Tucson, Ariz. 'Other guests were the John Duttons, .and the Win. Ottos, both of Algona, the Fred Lavrenz family^ Hurt, and the Claire J. Wermersens, Fort Dodge. Shower for Young Matron- Mrs. Jos. Kelly Jr: was guest of honor Monday at a shower at the home of Mrs. Bob LaBarre, Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Bob Williams assisting. Three tables of bridge were in'play, and first prize was won by 'Mrs. Russell French, second by Mrs. Eleanor Mowers. • Hubbies Are Gueils— The Country club- ; womcn entertained the husbands at seven oclock dinner last evening at the clubhouse. This annual event is observed as woman's night. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. Mrs. Clara Klahr is 90 today, and members of the Congregational Bible class, plan to call at Mrs. George St. John's, where Mrs. Klahr lives', to'extend congratulations. .Mrs. 'St. Jphn. is Mrs. Klahr's daughter. ;'•. . • ' : The officers and Wives of the P. W. camp entertained the, bachelor officers, arid, officers whose wives 'are not with .them, .at a picnic dinner at the Ambrose' A. Cnll state park Sunday. •'• ' The Bridge Eightsomq will meet tonight.'for an 'annual .dinner at the Algona hotel. • Later 'bridge will be played'and white elephants exchanged at the Mrs. K. D. James homo. Grace Miller Jind Clarice Powers entertained the local teachers $5.00 to $6.95 McGregor Sweaters are the most famous sweaters made in America. And for one very important reason. No other sweater has the authentic Scottish background that is McGregor heritage. This accounts for the luxurious softness, the interesting color- work, the great warmth, and the splendid fit of all McGregor Sweaters! See McGiegoi Sweater* m a «"de variety ol so/ic/ color j and mode/s as we// as co/or/u/ Argy/e P/oids. Hub Clothiers meet the "Weather Champ!" the Topcoat with "Comfort-Control 1 Conic snow, rain or zephyr breeze, you're always at ease, comfortably weather- riglu in a Crestkuil! Exclusive Coiufort-Coutrol construction in ihc exclusive Crcslkuit fabric gives weather-balancerf adaptability ... if s specially loomed to be light, weight, yet warm enough for coldest days. Showerproof, wrinkle-proof, too. Precision- tailored and flawless in fit, Crcstknits are featured iu luxurious fleeces and Cheviot Tweeds. The Clothiers this Week at a series of three evening parties at their , apart- rheht. Dessert was served. Mrs. Carl S. Pearson, son Monte, and the former's sister, Irrna Greiner, left for Des Moines Puesday to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don White till today. .The P. -AT. Officers' Wives club met Friday for dessert luncheon at Mrs. Jenner's, Mrs. Lynch assisting. FAREWELLS FOR TWO YOUNG MEN AT WHITTEMORE Whittcmorc, Sept. 20 — The Herman Voigts and the Lorcnz Sansens here, Mrs. Milton Espe, and Rosclla Voigt, Algona, had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Sail park Sunday in honor of Bud' Hanscn, who leaves for DCS Woines this week Wednesday to attend college, and of Harold Voigt, who leaves Thursday for ?ort Snelling. Harold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, entertained icighbors Monday evening in his lonor,, and attending were the imon Webcrs. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baas, Mr| and Mrs. Nick VIergcn, the Vernon Mathahs 'amily, Alfred McWcrlher, son Donald, Luclla Frisby, and Mr. •ni'd Mrs. John Baumann. Party Honors 87-Y»ar-Olcl— Mr. and Mr.?. A. D. Brogan cri- l.c'rtninerl; ?i, dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. BroRan's. mother, Mr>. Th'crcsn Schmitt. who celc- ir'iited her 87th 'bjrlhdiy. Guests overe Mr.' and Mrs. Anthony "^.hr-M.lt, ATrs. T,nrr" Coppotello, Algona, v Mr. and Mrs. John Weir. Ohr.rl?? Ci'v. Mr. fnd Mrs. Joseph Schmitt, Grandma Erogan v Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, daughter Alice, and Mrs. Herman Gade. Grandma Schmitt is still as active as many other people arc at 50. Wedding Annivmary Observed- Relatives helped celebrate the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach Friday evening. Attending: Messrs, and Mesdames Hugo Meyer, Louis Greincrt, August Vaudt Jr., Victor Dau, Lester Baas, Lorenz Gade, William Ostwald. and Lorenz Meyer. The evening was spent at cards, and lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Algona. Boys Home on Furloughs- Poland Esser, of the navy, and Adam Elbcrt, of the army, arc spending furloughs here. Y. 3-c. Robert Dahl,..San Francisco, on the U. S. S. Raincr, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl last week. He has participated in three major battles, including Saipan. Ollior \VIilt1cinoro News. The St. Paul's Lutheran Men's club met in the parochial school auditorium Tuesday evening. Louis Braatz, Lorenz Gade, G. W. Erase, and Herbert Zumach were the serving commiltoc. The Aid met at the same place Thursday, Mesdamcs Herman Voigt, Archie Voigt, and George and Hrnry Wichtcndahl hostesses. The Charles Annan farm a mile west of Whittemorc has been sold to Chris Olson. J. M. Butler cn- j gin'ccred the deal. j Lucjla • Biscnius spent the i week-end with friends at Storm Lske. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mori, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales, Irvingtnn, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Har- rM filbert. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hcidenwith and the J. J. Roscn- dahls were Sunday evening guests of' Mrs. Augusta Davrenz, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Thayer and Mr. and Mrs, Herman Vaudt, Farnhamvillc, were at Herman's brother August's Sunday. Mrs.. Edward Greincrt is visiting relatives at Waterloo. She left last week Wednesday. KEEP THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much We can prepare the kind you need quickly and at small cost Come in and talk over youi problems.—Advance Pub. Co, —-- S l p T, \ Schenck ] Better That, 1 "an Union Twp~~Sc7t 9n'i Schenck finis,,,,, m( ^ of hemp Monday, an j" j better than last y ca l wmdy weather d c L .This is the only tel « township but "•' ' "> acres in hemi traded wiliriho'^fW now has permission ' | the Algona pi n 0n '°' fffita \^ "For want of a nail tht tho» wot loir, for want of a tho» Ilia hena wot toil," etc. And for won) of paint this porch post is "lost." One thing you can bo surl of these days, or any other days, is !ho destructive effect of time and weather on unprotected « , . ' V' lumber. • And another thing you can be • equally sure of is the protection provided by proper painting with Dutch Boy Pure White Lead Paint. This paint —pure while lead, ready to spread —is tops for protection. Get some for that house of yours. V ASK ABOUT THE SPECIAL PRIMER FOR i» COAT <-»i < ^m Cowan Building Supply ( The Chrischiles Store sj Despite advertisements of some 'city H stores' (we read one last night from H Mason City) that there are 'plenty •= of goods'—the sad fact remains that fhere is a^S]H[OrtTAGE OF QUAL.__ IN : Cossartl Corsets than our allot me nls show. The plain facts are, while we S haven't all the QUALITY coats, g suits or dresses that we would like— S we have a BIG WELL CHOSEN = STOCK. S >V«M be iiioro inclined to H eni]>liasi/o Ihc QrALlTY S OF _OUR OAKMENTS S -TIIAN; TIN; QUANO.'!. S TI;E(>i.> It isn't how inuuy 55 g'arnrciits a store shows— S it's tiip QUAIJTY of ihe SSS - *.-•', • •• •.i>-f' •• ••- * l ' • - -.•'•* ..5i S iihe |i¥st quulily at,.the as lowe.sl possible prices. = ; We went to ^Mg Week in Chi. last week aud wt' : didu't get as' niaiiy good garments as we could Hell. S But we got our share. And that's the = important part. These goods will be g coining in all Fall. And you'll still = buy only good goods here— we may not as have tJic assortments but we'll always jjS have a QUALITY line. BUY AN ANNIS FUR COAT Kp:^ fact that we are Al*ona's old«^ and most respected QUALITY store should the «W add to the prestige o furs, We stpck line of wanted mujkra - - , ChrischiHej coats with

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