Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1944 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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PAGE TWO Leys, Wheelers, Lakota, in Busy Week KOSSUTH COUNTY AD\ WCK Al&dNA, IOWA PARTIES AND DINNERS KEEP THEM ON W I Pkota, Oct. —Last week was a bufv week for the Wheelers and Lev?, for there were several social events for the families. Mrs. W. D. Ley entertained at a family birthday dinner last 1 week Monday, honoring Mrs. W. | E. Ley, and when she got home i from the dinner she found the ! Harry Mussmans, the A. C. Schis- j seK the Ray Smiths, and Mrs. i Ida Smith there for a surprise | party in honor of the event. | Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel en-j tcrtninod the Wheelers and JLeys j at Dinner the following evening. ' Wednesday Leland Wheeler and his sister Doris, Mrs. Albert Smith, went by bus to Fort Dodge, and Leland thence left for his home at Miami, Fla. ^,^?,C (^it- Tonsils Removed— Woodrow, 2-year son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ellsworth, was taken to Mason City last week Tuesday, and his tonsils were removed at a hospital there. He was brought home the following day. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel took their little daughter Sue to Mason City Friday, and her tonsils and adenoids were removed. She was brought home Saturday evening. Mrs. Harry Mussman accompanied the Schisscls to Mason City. Acorn Club Has Program— Mrs. W. P. Pel/; was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday, and final plans for the county federation meeting to be held here next Tuesday were discussed. Mrs. I. E. Wortman gave a book review, And They Shall Walk, by Elizabeth Kenny-Martha Stenzel; record music was played. Mrs. Ruth Ewing was a club guest. Mrs. H. H. Murray will be hostess Oct. 12. Glen Klocke Ends Furlough— S.-Sgt. Glen Klocke left Thursday for Kansas City for a short visit with his si.ster, Verna Klccko, employed there, and from there went to Lincoln, Neb., where he was to report Septem- ..._, ._ bor 30, after a 21-day furlough. | Joan Enockson. THE RECORD FOR. A SINGLE PAV'S CLlPPEQ RUN WAS. AND STILL IS 45to 'mttS, MAW THE MlPPLC OF THE Utf . THIS MARK RIVALS TW OF THE MOST MODERN MtAMERS •NTHE COMMON SCHOOL IN THE 19" CENTtJB.V.toPllS OF All AGES FROM TOPPUBS UP To &OH7MN AND TWENTY WERE TAUQHT IN ONE ROOd. SOME. OF THEM BECAME THE BEST KNOWN MEN AND WOMEN IN THE COUNTRy JANES MADISON AS A MEMBEB. OF THE FIRST 'CONGRESS IN 1789, HELPED TO DEVELOP HpMEINDUiTBIES.flESPONSOHEDA BILL, LEVYING A PGOTECnvfi TARIFF Of 8COITS A GALLON ON IMPORTED BEEP, AND AIE.TO INCREASE DOMESTIC PRODUCTION AND THUS "toCNE THEMOBAL& OF THE PEOPLE' OTTOSEN AID ENTERTAiNS OTHER AIDS a piece from the Reader's Digest. Guests were Mi's. Donald Coop- SWEA CITY'S U.S.W. SENDS GIFTS O'SEAS Swoa City, Oct. 3—Mrs. tJufio Fngprlund, president of the Uni- i ted Service Women here, reports j 250 pounds of candy have been : made by the U. S. W. and volu.n- j leers for overseas service men : and women. Also 200 pounds of ' coo.kies are to be made this ! week to go into 'boxes to be i packed Thursday. ' ' " Each package will contain a I pound of fudge, a pound of 'di\ vinity,' l'/2 pounds of homemade i cookies, some snnpshots and a i greeting card. I The women plan to pack 125 boxes Cor overseas. Later they will send similar boxes to service . men and women in the States. • I Enough. s.ugar has been contrib- j utcd. Points for butter used in the candy were contributed by dahl; business meeting. The P. T. A. voted a drive for old clothes for the Russians. The program committqe for this week Tuesday evening was named: Mrs. Earl Long, chair- ma.n, Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Anna Purely; refreshments committee, Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson, chair r er, Mrs. Clyde Cooperi'mul Mrs.' ™ n ' Mrs. ^^Watnem, M ^ S ' Nbrlan Shultz. Members and Jakc Rygl Mrs- Ralph Richards. 1 guests sewed on lap robes for the !.,,,. „ . . _ ,• , T-,-, ,-,.. ™ . 'McMahon Baby is Baptised— the Methodist.women, and points chairman, led m .games* .which for the,cookie^ 1 will be contfjb- •were! followed by lantern slides, uted by Ute" woriien who make Musical numbers, including a pa- thn i-nnk.W-<••.-•:•• j triotic vocal solo by Florence Alberts and a clarinet number by a the cookies, v An Impromptu House-Parly— The Raymond Larinirigs, near Ut-llo tUIU tt L.ICTI iiivii/ iiwins^w* -jj — quartet consisting of Arzelle Peterson) Arlene Peterson, Patricia and Phyllis Hammond, OCTni.,.. J.UC Jvci.Yllluilu J-TclllIllllM^) iicni V-..J.."., -*-. - ---- - . Albert Lea, .found themselves en- Vaux, and Phyllis .Hammond, lertaining an impromptu house j were given. Lunch completed the party over ; last weekend. entertainment. Mr. and Mrg. W.aH'erj Smith and. _ .. «. . • ^ ct,-«— A \ their daughter Esther Charlotte Dr « sed T"'^ ,^ ^Trf J •• •' nr? iri-i^ina' *v,nvn dntni' The fourteenth carload ot, on arriving theic Sat"i> |- dressod imViCy& from the Forest , -• City Produce company's plant 1 Thc i clay, found.-Mrs. Lanning's er, Mrs. Ida Vigness, of-Washing ton 0 and a Bruder, son John, of Sheridan, Wyo., already there. Their oivt'he' following 'day a load of relatives from 'Canton, S, D., arrived, and la.ter .families from. Minneapolis came. Thc. Lannings said that during the preceding Week it had really been funny, when each mail brought a letter-saying, "We plan to spend, the'weekend with you," etc.: , Mr. Lanning,. a former Algon- ian, is a nephew of Mrs. Smith, and recently he gave up teaching to go to his farnii '. Crowd for Guild Might— A large/crowd''turned out for a Guild guest night at the Guild liall Friday overling. The guests were husbands.'of the women, also the school faculty. s Mrs. S. A. Anderson, .as entertainment \_f j (, y J. 1 U\-i LI W t V. <v I 11 l-/ i* i " J. tJ 1-* • " * • •• •whs'shipped out last week. The birds will go for Thanksgiving for the army. A crew of 63 is employed at the plant, working steadily packing, at and killing, loading dressing, the tiir- £jciurvni£3t wit vi jisi4V44i*£) v.«x, «».• * keys. Three inspections of the plant are" made weekly, and .the inspectors are Captain Ensign,'of Mason City, and Pfc. Oral.',W. Swcany, of Clarion. (Mlier Syycn. City. Mrs. Rachel Stockman, of Cali- : fornia,. visited her father, Frank' S.ayers,. Blooming Prairie, Minn., and friends here last week. Mrs. Stockman, who is employed nn the coast, is having a four weeks vacation. The Parent-Teacher association will meet next Monday .evening. *• •* . If you can't get i* in a store • . let a Want Ad find it for ybu . Ottosen, Oct. 3 — The Presbyterian Aid had Guest day Sept. 22, and the West Bend, Rodman, and Rolfe Presbyterian Aids, also the Ottosen Lutheran and Bradgate Methodist Aids, were entertained. Altogether 140 persons registered. The program, which included numbers by visitors, was: President entertaining Aid, Red Cross. The next meeting will be at the' Presbyterian church, Mrs. Francis Ewy hostess. Lutheran Aid Meets Sept. 27— The Lutheran Aid met last week Wednesday at the church, , ,. , ,, - T - „ Mrs. John Vinaas and Mrs. Mel- ? r ' an d Mr. and Mrs, J.atoes Barvin Vinaas hostesses. Mrs. Don- j £jF' W , e , st ,/r B £ nd ' were sponsors. ,,1,1 TT^II : ,,i __ j I Mrs. McMahon was fnrmprlv Carrie Mae, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahon, Sheldon, was baptised at the local Lutheran church last week Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, grandmother, carried the >.baby, and Oliver Kinseth, grandfath-< Mr. and Mrs, J.arneS Bar- BONDS TO OWNEIIS STATES SAVINGS, SEIBIES A, «. 4 . II and E aid Usher resigned as treasurer,! Ml % McMahon was formerly, and Mrs. Jake Ryg was elected Ma "ly" Kinseth. The other The program was: Lesson No. 9, i I^ndparents_hve_at Algona. " the Eeighth Commandment, „„.„., , n .• . •s. Magnas Bratlancl; readings, H ^ plta ,l PTatle u .„ -TS-.-..L /-..-' ^ n ,, •*. ~ I Harold .Tnrnhq on . •• ;„ -•••"" ** »"«, Mrs. iviugiicis rn'Huanci; rcacunes, i TT " 11 T , , • , , welcome; Mrs. Marion Johnson, Mrs. Knnt Oppedahl• Mrs. Don I Har ° lcJ Jacobson, who had an nnnme r\n r^/i + ^K/-,^'. 1\/T«^ /~<.,»,1 ' T, r . ' ' i /Miovn i irM-i for double rUQlljrP 1'WO . , poems on October; Mrs. Carl . Moore, vocal number, accompan-1 i. . .,. . ~ ' "•"*•• v-un iviuuiu, vuuai numoei, accomrjan- < , — ,—i , * ...Vohs, West Bend, violin solo, ac- icd at the niano by her son Mer- weeks a S° at the Lutheran hos- companied at the piano by her rill; Merrill Moore, niarm snln- P ltal > J ort D °clge, was brought ' ""„"" "V/r «-•"••" "j •"-' i mi, iviuirui iviuure, piano solo; daughter Carol; Mrs. Knut Oppe- mixed high school quartet—Rich- dahl readings, A Soldier Speaks | ard Kinseth, Marjorie Hundert- and If Your Bible Could Talk' ' ~ - •• - • home Saturday. service overseas His fulure work Glen has seen for 2V, years. in service was indefinile when he left here. Pr.lieni's Condition Serious — Mrs. T. C. Schaper, who recently had a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. is reported still seriously sink. She has been given several transfusions. is u'ith her. Mr. Schaper Barbara Long; Darlene Ellingson, Jeannette Bratlund—accompanied by Mrs Reynolds; all, God Be With You. A cafetaria lunch was served. Tho room was decorated in autumn colors—brown, green, orange; centerpieces, overflowing bowls of garden fruits and vegetables. Corsages of small garden flowers were presented to everyone. Tr . " ------ 1 CM • i ------ A, "•• . wueKena ai nenry .L/ovig s. Mrs. s Vinaas, and Shirley Alme, reci- j Lambert is a sister of Mr. Lovig. I talions, scripture and prayer, the | Mr . and M rs. James Togeas, son 1 Rev. J. A. Wangberg. The next meeting will be held Oct. 13 Mrs. ; Erne8t Progressive Club Has Program— Mrs. .vt rogressive lmer and Mrs. I. Lovig, Fort;! -_„-, Petty Officer and Mrs.js I Herman Lambert, and the Lovig.Sj|f were dinner and supper guests atjs Arthur Lovig's Sunday. '' '.?(• Mrs, Knut. Oppedahl. and her g Knmt;,:., • Jr.-^spisndkJast S.^sles Buy Stickler House— The Don Sticklers sold their residence in the soutn part of town recently to RolLo Steele, who lives on a fan a just-west of Lakota. The Steeles will retire March 1, and a son will operate the farm. Alfiaor House is Sold— Milton Pringle has purchased the Irvin Altixer residence. Mrs. Arlene Quady and a daughter are.living in the house, and Mrs. Quady is teaching in the Ban- crci't public school. Chicken Supper Draws Crowd— "he Lutheran women served their annual chicken supper at tr.o church dining room Saturday and a large crowd attended. The women made $181. $P.O for Forget-Me-Not Tags— The United Service Women tor k in about $20 in their Forget- ^''r-Not sale Saturday. The money is used for disabled veterans. N'rs. Heeiland to Rochester— Mrs. George Heeiland went to Rochester Sunday and entered a hospital Monday for observation. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Opal Wheeler, Mrs. H. Bert Ley called on Mrs. F. G. Torino at her home last week Wednesday. The Wheelers and Mrs. Torino's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Noble, were close neighbors when the young people were growing to maturity, and have been friends for many years. The Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschman attended a Presbyterian synod meeting at George Thursday and Friday. Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht and Genevieve Brewer accompanied them to visit relatives there? and attend some of the meetings. The Herman Paulsons, of Nora Springs, visited Genevieve Brewer at C. A. Gutknecht's last week Tuesday. The women are sisters. Mrs. Tony Paulson, Omaha, spent last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Paulson, near Lakota. George Wullentine, C. A. Gut- knccht, and August Klinksiek, Ledyard township committee, attended a county AAA meeting at Rural Club Has Meeting — The Rur^l club met Thursday, Sept. 21, at Mrs. George Cooper's, 17 members answering roll call on What Do You Owe' Your Club President? The president, .;..; - si.r,-< "i— *f»Jii "-iimij....,i)r.-*.sp.(KwiM.yasi wceijr ... Wlingsons last | Wednesday evening and Thurs-' Thursday ten members respond-| day wilh relatives and fricnds at mg to roll call. The group sang • - — - - - a verse of "America." Eva Bes- lero was unanimously voted in as This bank is pleased to announce that it has been authorized by. the United States Treasury Department to pay any Savings Bond of Series A, B, C, D or E, subject to that-Department's regulations, whenever any such bond : is presented for that purpose, by an individual (natural person) whose name appears on the bond as an owner or co-owner and who furnishes proper identification. The Treasury Department and this bank sincerely request that you do not redeem any bond before its maturity date unless a real personal emergency requires such action. However, if circumstances require you to cash a bond this bank will be pleased to serve you. This. Bank is Authorized lo Pay U. S. Savings Bonds SSL I«^W;^_S^ATE HANK ----- ---- — ...... ..„„..,.„....„ ... u ^ se y owa y, a new member, and Mrs. Henry ; ]/ Rulh Dearchs. Algona. She visited Petty Off!-' s. cer 2nd Class and Mrs. Eddie Ca-;l se y j owa city, the latter former- s Lovig was elected delegate to a ' Oct. 9 . Rolfe, Mrs. Oliver Kmseth alter- Mr. and Mrs. Roy and of. . Ralph Miller, President "^ -f Harold Gilmore, Cashier : | Roy McMahon, Ass't Cashier • •Mrs. Roy Telford, presided. nate. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave T-, , . , T . a lesson on cancer from the Reader's Digest. Visitors were Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Jos. Traub, West Bend, Edith .Bartelis, Mrs. Reynolds, Eva Besler, and Mrs. Emmons. The next meeting will be held Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs. Clifford Landers, near Humboldt, and Doris Shipley will have the lesson. , . Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, who reported on the flower show, said nearly $30 was made from the ten and the sale of bulbs. Mrs. Marvin Kropf was voted a new member. Some members turned in canned fruit and vegetables for a barrel to be .sent to the children's home at Council Bluffs. The club fills such a barrel every year, and each member contributes two to four quarts of canned food. Mrs. Donald Cooper read P. T. A. Season is Opened— The Parent-Teacher association held its first meeting this school year at the high school auditor- Algona Saturday. ,„,,, ltlal wi.-i.-n .iu.--Bu.iy Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thomp- I Tho program: numbers son spent last weekend with ' u: " u —'—' '—- 1 friends at Minneapolis. ium last week Tuesday evening. by Martin Mangusson, of Marshall,, Minn., were weekenders at G. A. Cooper's and called on the William Coolers, near Humboldt. Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona, spent from last Thursday till Saturday with her daughter Mrs. Eugene Hofius and her granddaughter Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. The Red Cross women have resumed sewing every Tuesday at j the home economics room at the j schoolhouse. Mrs. Anna Purdy | is chairman. Henry Lovig, manager of the' local Farmers elevator, attended a grand-grading school at Belmond Thursday evening. Lois Jacobson spent the week- Togeas home at vorrt STOKE C. S. Johnson Groceries — Meats Hard \\iire * * ••;: STOCK TANKS PUMPS CYLINDERS PIPES AM) PAKTS New fast freight trains have been added to the Milwaukee schedule. These trains have no regular schedule, kit may come any time. Please look both ways before crossing any railroad track. 'When crossing signals are in operation do not cross tracks unless signalled to do so by a trainman. It may mean your life to stop, look, and listen. Don't guess that a^ train is merely switching. These fast trains do not stop except in case of accident —it could foe your's. Algona Police Department C. M. St. Paul & Pacific R. R. ilk need qf the follow -'S'l Buffalo Mufflers and Tail Pipes time to see that your muffler """VsV-'V 115 " M1C "' auu " lul y° ur muffler nnd nl pipes are not leaking. With closed car vviml 0 , ? the,,VtJ|fjter, gas. from leaky mufflers or tnil V - i is "dangerous. . • '. ' '"'*' .••;,•: "f ;:<:.•> : ' Ecnlm Ignition— Wi^rwinter just around the corner, cars b cc ' hard,.to.start unless ignition is in top Wo '"* order.,,, American Brakeblok Brake Lining Belts, Radiator Hose and Clutch ' For smooth, safe, stops, use American Brake Lining, Trico Yacuuin Operated Safety Product!I With sleet and, snow in prospect soon, y 0l , w i|i waiit -your, windshield wiper in good order. t .. • • • 4 A new Lempco Truing and Grinding machine lias been installed as part of our equipment. Skill. ed Craftsmen, quality materials, rigid inspection advanced engineering and researcli all play their part in making Lempco equipment the best on the market. Have your brake drums checked before relining, your brakes, and save your brake lining, as 9 creased brake drum will soon cut your lim and cause additional expense. Authorized Magneto Service Shop-Bring! yoiir! magnetos .in for repairs and cleaning while your tractors are not in use, and have them ready when'you need them badly. Our material at service are guaranteed. Insist on getting them. ;if TRACTOR TlfcUCK AND AUTOMOTIVE PARTS son 109 So. Harlan Absolutely Pre-War Quail ™" • •-* - ••••. ' W ' :- --' ': th^ Honne IJp Buy Now. County's Largest Stock of Home Furnishings. "',.,., » Terms if desired. f 0 , later delivery. GOp?LE1?E «C*H3

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