Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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These have been meetings open to all women in the townships and have been well attended. Mrs. Margaret Pratt, county extension home economist, presented an outline of the year's. program at each meeting. This will include leader-training meetings, the first in November and December on Short Cuts in the Home, followed in January and February with a similar meeting on Variety in 'Meals. Training school centers will be set up throughout thc county wherever ten women who agree to act as leaders indicate they will attend. Two special-interest meetings will be held by thc home economist, the first in M<irch on Study of Household Equipment, the second next summer on Food Preservation Problems. Thirty women must request such a meeting and say they will • attend, before it will be scheduled. Following a contact meeting for the county women's planning committee with Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft, second district committccwoman, discussions in township Farm Bureau meetings will be held on improvement in rural schools and library facili- UPS, also on post-war planning and on Health. Open meetings in other townships arc scheduled as follows: Buffalo-German, Methodist basement, Ti tonka, this week Thursday; Eagle-Swea, at Mrs. A. E. Anderson's, Friday; Burt, at Mrs. L. H. Schcnck's next Tuesday;: Fenlon, Mrs. Will Weisbrod's, next wsck Thursday; PorUand, Thursday, Oct. 19; and Greenwood, at Mrs. Inman's Thursday, Nov. 2. OLD CLOTHES TRUCK. A card from the Goodwill Industries, Sioux City, announces a truck will be here next week Thursday to pick up gifts of discarded clothing, etc. Prospective donors may notify the Rev. N. A, Price of Mrs. B. J. Galbraith. KOSflUTH COUNTt ADVANCfc, ALdONA, IOWA M FOUR FROM COUNTY ARE GRADUATED AT S. U. I. AS NURSES Graduated ih exercises Sunday at the state university were four Kossuth girls: Arline Smith, Algona; Mavis Eileen Nyman, Bancroft; Ruth Ilsther Cruikshank and Ruth Em lie Hasse, both of Burt. All were graduated from the nursing sciool. Miss Cruikshank is the daughter of Mr. iSnd Mrs. Frank Cruikshank, northeast of Algona farmers. She is a IT ember .of the cadet nursing corpsj and-has chosen service in thc [United States. On Oct. 21 she will come home for a month with her parents, after which she will be assigned to duty. I • Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank went to Iowa City pjriday to attend the graduation exercises, returning Monday cvcniiig. They were accompanied bijith way by Mrs. Austin Gardner, who- visited at her brother ttr. Harry Jcnkin- son's. TOWNSEND PROGRAM, CARDS, AND DANCE PLANNED AT BURT , The Townscnd extension committee announces a Townscnd open meeting tomorrow evening at the Burt Legion hall, with Ray R. Hanna. Ruthvcn. as. speaker. The Gifford sisters, cowgirl singers, will entertain. Following the program, there Lunch will be served ,by Mrs. Lena Magonegi), and Mrs. Grace Carney will be receptionist. A' free will offering will 'be taken to help defer cxppnses. ST. JOHN'S WHIPS BURT IN BASEBALL SECTIONAL FINALS Fcnton, Sept, 27 —A sectional high school baseball tournament B „._ ,,.„„.„ scheduled for last Friday and will be cards and dancing. Pvt.! Saturday here had to be postpon- Curtis Dare and his Iowa Ramb-! ed because of rain, but took place lers have been engaged for music. Monday and Tuesday. Private Dare, who served in over-1 Burt defeated Armstrong 9-8 seas combat, is now stationed at; Monday; Swca City lost to Ring- the prisoner camp here. Before' steel, . 12-11; and Seneca lost to army service he had his own | Fenton, 18-7. St. John's, Ban- string band playing over a radio ; croft, had a bye. station at Little Rock, Ark. ' In semi-finals Tuesday Burt defeated Kingsted, 10-6, and St. John's,defeated Fenton, 11-5. In the final game last evening St. John's defeated Burt 6-1. Principal Hammer, Esthcrville, umpired, all games. H. BJ White Now in the British Isles Mrs.; H. B. White, district court clerk, received a cablegram Friday from hdr husband reporting his arrival in England. He is an army officer for adjustment of all kinds of financial claims against the U. t =S., and expects to be sent to France. He said he had met a son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton, lo- Truck Knight, coll i«l ' Iruck. but the radiator Ik, '-'"Kl; the side springing (h e ()f , f;irm or MAI cal golf building and grounds „ custodian. Mrs. White is puzzled | * m k' s — over one meaning of three words —'Lady Luck frowned." AN INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE * VICTORY BONDS machino""" 0 ,r Uy ^ house, HglHs ;,„,, .H °- A. Kokm'dT Wed., r burg, 3',i . closing out LU VERNE GIRL TO AT AIR FIELD Dos 'Moines, Sept.' 25 — Alice, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs.-William Hedrick, Lu Verne,'recently completed a war-trainipg course at the American Institute of Business, and'has.ltaken a position at Wright Field, Dayton. Ohio. She is a graduate jof Lu Verne, high school. : |. , . .''••":..•'. ., The course jWas ten weeks of shorthand, typing, bu'sincss English, and spel]ing. .Students receive $130 a .tnonth, plus tuition and books, While attending .the A. I. B. After two weeks of military dictation.at'Wright Field they receive $146 a'month.' Wright Field is the airplane engineering division of the United States government. • '••' ~ —h*—:— Lutherans, Lakota, Seek Iowa District Lakota, Sept, -27—A special meeting of thc local Lutheran congregation, jof which the Rev. 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