Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1944 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AL&ONA, IOWA Jensens, L. R., Have Silver Wedding EVENT OBSERVED WITH A FAMILY DINNER SUNDAY Lone Rock, Oct. 17 — Mr. and Mrr. E. M. Jensen celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner Sunday, and guests were Mr. Jensen's father, Carlj Jensen, and brother. S. D. Jensen. West Liberty, his wife, the si: tor, Mrs. Walter Paulson, of Downey, her husband. Mrs. Jen- sc :'? mother, Mrs. H. N. Osher, am*, Elizabeth Jensen, and sister;. Mrs. Fritz England and Mrs. Arthur Henningson, with the lat- ters daughter Doris, all of Graet- tin jor. The Jensen daughters Dorothy, who teaches at Wilton Junction, and Marian, stewardess on the TWA air lines whose address is Kansas City, also attended, and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were other guests. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. A. A. Krueg-.T served (lie dinner, which included throe-tiered cake mr-de by Mrs. Walter Paulson, sister of Mr. Jensen. For the occasion Mrs. Jensen wore a black street-length dress with a corsage of yellow roses and white pom poms, and Mr. Jensen, in a gray suit, had a boutonniere of white pompoms. The couple received some $77 in silver dollar gifts, also a silver fruit plate, a tomato spoon, and a lace tablecloth. shipping center at Oskaloasa: two wool handkerchiefs, 48 washcloths, four triangular bandages, 23 involuntary pads, wool lap robe. The unit is now giving a series of "vanishing teas" to raise money to carry on its work. The next meeting will be held Fri- rJay, Nov. 10, at Mrs. Ralph Bier- stedl's. Rockers to Horse Show— Several Lone Rock people attended the rodeo at Swea City Sunday. The proceeds were to go to the Red Cross. Among others attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. David Lynch, the Hiram Ackermans, the Jack Quinns, John Dixin, and the George Raths. 1st Furlough in Two Years— Alfred Alex Schultz, W. T. 3-c, left Sunday, after an 8-day leave with his wife, son, and parents. He returned to his ship at Brooklyn, N. Y. This was his first leave for two years, and he arrived on exactly the same day that he left two years ago, Group at U. S. O. Rooms— Women from Lone Rock who helped entertain soldiers at the U. S. O., Algona, 3 p. m. till |10:30 p. m. Sunday, were Mary, ' Ann Getlman, Neva Thompson, I Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Helen Me- j Mahon, and lone Lease. i ! Group Calls on Patient— j Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends I j and Ora Hurlburt .and 'Everett' Richardson, Fairmont, spent the! ! weekend at Minneapolis, where i Mrs. Behrends' rnothcn Mrs..Ora I Hurlburt, is n'hospital patient.-. '. Baby Girl Has Birthday- Last Thursday evening supper guests at Delmar Fischer's in honor of the Fischer daughter Nancy's second, birthday'.,'were; .Mrs. Fischer's folkA, the Martin Petetsons,' Armstrong. (Mlier Iwne tlfcck. dpi. Eugene Rndig, of the army air corps at Coca.Raton, Fla., arrived Monday on a two wedks furlough with his parents, Mr. and'.Mrs. Alex Radig. Sunday afternoon callers at Radig's were the Gus RraUses and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer,. Fenton, -with the latter'sj daughter- L'orena and Mr. Albert I Zumachj'.all of Fenton, Mrs. Dora •Laabs, "Mfs.i Harold Gross, and Mrs. ..Wilfqrd Radig. The,.!. W. Nelsons/spent Sunday evening at ChriS Knulsert's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood went 'to Ernmetsburg, Sunday to visit - Mr.. Lockwpod's brother Frank*. ;• Dinner guests at P. L. Person'?' • were the James Ny- mans'ancl Mr..and Mrs. R..T. An- gus spent the • day at Elaine brown's, Curlew, Mrs. Drown being ah Angus daughter. The Walter Thompsons were dinner guests at Walter's mother Mrs. Lillie Thompson's. Mrs. Russell Jensen's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack pits- worth, Algona, were at Otto Jensen's Sunday. Dale Jensen, son of..Mr. and.Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt who had been studying electricity, was visiting in the „ Lone Rock Vicinity a week ago, while op leave from the naVy,, and was to be sent to Bremerton, Wash., for further assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Stoulenburg and John Langworthy, Burt, and Mrs. Ralph Reiclel, Ringstecl, with her daughter Charlotte spent Sunday at C. E. Householder's. , Mr.. and Mrs.. Clifford. Jacpbfeon, HurnboMt, Mario, Odelja, and Mabel Jacobson, of Hardyyand the Julian, Odey, and Amey CherlandS Were at J. T. Cherla'ridls. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and the George Kissnors were at Mrs. MarloW's sister Mrs. Oliver Slow's, Dolliver, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirfe, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vanl, Bnn- ! croft, were nt F. C. Dacken's, The I Rev. Mr. Summers, Baptist min-1 i ister -at»Bnncroft, and Mrs. Sum- I'fliers, were at Wm. Licb's. I . Friday dinner guests .nt A. A. Cylinder. Mr. ,nd Mrs Henry Bt^rc Jos BRbrcnd ends f guests num.s week. Krueger's were W. T. 3-c. and I Hrl/>n i n ,i ™ • Mrs. Alfred Schultz, with the son] ployed' nt A,. , '" Dr *l Gary, Gene. Sunday dinner " - Austm. u-,J t! M Gene. guests af Melford Mitchell's were Mrs. 'Mitchell's mother, Mrs. H. A. Nelson, Ernmetsburg, brothers, and their families, the Charles, Selmcr, and. Fetor Nel- Bob Dr .q n , wcckon.1 .' "• M ."">, over's ami Austin, w Quarterly Statement SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District of Algona Independent Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1!)44. GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $52,4^5.77 Received Daring This Quarter 792^88 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter 18,859!o9 Balnnce at End of This Quarter . $3441956 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND ' ' Balance from Previous Quarter $25,810.99 Balance at End of This Quarter $25,810.91) LIST OF WARRANTS OF PREVIOUS QUARTER GENERAL FUND—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co.. $ Algona Ins. Agency Algona Flour & Feed.. Algona Laundry | Algona . Upper D.es I Moine's I W. D. Allen Mfg. Co.__ The Athletic Journal _._ R. S. Blossom Agency__ Antoinette Bonnstetter _ Botsford Lbr. Co. Bureau Educa. Research Campanile Garments __ City of Algona 130.00 H. Colemon Collector of Internal Mrs. W. G. Flaig spent from Wednesday till Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, and attended the funeral of a nephew. Jack Wiswell, who died from infantile paralysis in Arizona. The funeral was held at New Sharon. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Figge, Burt, spent Sunday afternoon with Rev. and Mrs. vWhitchouso here, and Messrs. Figge and White-house attended a church j Cottage Grocery service at West Bend in the af- Cowan Bldg. Suppl. ... ternoon at which Mr. Figge, Cummings Store preached. I Claude Dearchs • — D-X Service Hospital Patients Come Home— Mrs. D. E. Dewcl Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. Alf- ! Economy Stoker red Jorgensen, Mrs. Ray Snydc-r, I Samuel French and Mrs. Fred Genrich spent last ! ^ Lln \ c & Delm week Tuesday at Fort Dodge and \ ff^^ofl frey called on Mrs. Snyder's husband, 61.71iLaing & Muckey 5.00 Lusby & Giossi 111.44 Macmillan Book Co. ... 7.44 Mamaffey Typewriter _ McCormick-Mathers ___ 34.54 | McGraw-Hill Book Co._ 3.02 | McKinley Pub. Co. 1.25, C. L. McVay 117.50 j Metropolitan Supply C. 18.00 ; Midland Chemical Co... 36.92 j Miller-Bryant-Pierce ___ 90.58 .Donald Miller 1.79 John Murtha Modern Dry Cleaners 11.00 L. C. Nichols N. W. Bell Telephone- Rev. 2083.95 F. S. Norton & Son Helen Comfort Continental Oil Co. 1.50 1.89 1.03 122.34 2.28 1.89 10.77 92.50 11.95 147.32 1.53 14.40 30.00 81.97 2.00 73.25 151.42 4.25 10.50 5.88 | Norton Machine Works. 3.11 j Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer-. 9.30 j Petty Cash 22.38 79.87 i Post Dray & Transfer.. 3.02 | Frances Price 33.75 I Pratt Electric 1.14 Reid-Way Corp. 3.90 .Reminder 9.25 i Science Research 5.00 Fern Sewick _._ 28.05 Stale Tax Commission.. 2.02 ! L. R. Steinman Iron . , patient at the Lutheran hospital' Albert Hagg 177.57 there. Mrs. Snyde.- and Mrs. Jor- £ L Holcomb Mfg. .... 31.42 gensen 'drov« down again Thurs- ; Hopkins Sporting Goods 124.40 Works day to bring Mr. Snyder home. ! H - s - Activity Fund ... 75.60 | Vonneygut Hardware .. Mrs. Eric Seegebarth is now at F- R - J rons 1131.66 j Webster Pub. .Co. home from the Kossuth hosptal, J owa Band Instr. Service where she recently had an ap-| Iowa . Tuberculosis As- pe-ndectomy. T so( : iatl0 ™ J j Jacobsen Mfg. Co U. S. W. Meeting is Held— < ^ am Kauffman mi i i - 4 /• ^ TT r, -IT ' Keystone Envelope Co. The local unit of the U. S \V. Kliy lo ^^.^f Ca met Friday at Mrs. Merwm Mar- chr ' is Knudson 22 50 lows. It was decided to send Q. g Kuhn birthday cards to rail boys whose i names appear on the honor roll , board here. A rummage sale will ' be held this week lunches will be sold 14.69 15.50 28.41 6.26 6.75 29.21 20.00 52.78 15.00 3.04 13.23 8.20 1.75 3.29 8.75 ! W. M. Welch Mfg. 208.01 Claud White 48.38 8.57 13.38 2.50 5.54 2.82 Griggs 108.55 j Sorensen Grocery " Mrs. Anna Button Thorpe Wood & . Salaries ,?] 2,980.47 Total paid out. for quar- 6.00 ter $18,859.09 OF SECRETARY .._„- - , Leora K. St. John, Secretary of the above named School Dis- Saturday and u ''ct, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 and 2, is a true and Id. Lunch was correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters served to 23 members and guests Ol the Board of said District for the quarter ending September 30, who attended the Friday meet- 1^44. ing. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough j LEORA K. ST. JOHN, joined the organization. .. Secretary t- - , ~ j _, .~ , Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of October A' t ox of Goods Snipped— • D., 1944. The local U. S. W. unit has (Notarial Seal) shipped a boxful of goods to a > FLORA I. TISS, Notary. "P/ease, Mom, can't you butter both slices?" Sorry, Sonny, but it may be months before Mom can say "Yes" Early in life, young folks find butter adds so much to the flavor and enjoyment of other foods. No Avondel 1 they want more, even though in months just ahead, America's butter supply may be smaller than eve:-. This yf-ar, butter-output has been reduced by diversion of milk and cream 1o other uses, not by any lack of milk production. Despite severe shortages of labor and feed, America's dairy farmers are keeping pace with last year's milk output of 118 billion pounds- near au all-time record. Even though Iowa creameries have topped the nation in butter-making most of the year, wartime requirements have limited the available butter supply. Jiut like yourself, Iowa farmers and creameries look forward to the day when once again golden delicious butter will be plentiful! M-IVB-IV3! THAT'S GOOD. MAMA FILL MY DISH AGAIN WITH DELICIOUS GROUND BEEF 25c CLINTON PUDDING Stir 4 level tablespoons O/i cup) Pudioea and i/i teaspoon salt in one pint (2 cups) of milk, and cook in a double boiler for 15 minutes or until clear. Stir occasionally. Add the yolk oC one egg thoroughly mixed with >/, cup sugar and cook for 5 minutes. Cool until slightly thickened. Beat one ccc white until stiff and fold into the pudding, add Vii teaspoon vanilla. For variety add fruits, berries and nuts to suit your taste. 4c PKG. «•«• IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION Home Killed Chick Ib. 33c ens REGUI/AR tfk« FRANKS, Lb, 310 CLUB A A FRANKS, Lb. 290 PORK LIVER, Lb, ......... 19c PORK HEffRTS, Lb. '. r;.'-'.: Pickle & Pimentoi Loaf, Lb. . .3ic NECK BONES . . lb.$7c PURE LARD, 2 I-Ib, Pkgs, ... 33c POLISH SAUSAGE, Lb. 32c Macarrai ft Ghees* loaf, Lb, .31c New Pack No. Z Can STANDARD PEAS ..lie Morning Light No. 2 Can GOLDFHOOBN I2c Domino Grange and ' 4fi-oz. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 43c ' Orange-Cranberry Lb. .Tar MARMALADE .... 2Qc Town Talk No. 2'/. Can PEACHES ' 3fic Vitamin Brink Lb. 1 Jar TOOTSIEY-M 45c "The Thirsty Flour" 5O-LB. BAG FIRST PRIZE GUARANTEED FLOUR BEEF ROAST 24c Beef Liver Per Lb. 290 Pork Spareribs Per Lb. 210 50 Large « . >w ——-==-— ^r Cakes in Season! ^—- ' _' — <*^ Every Bag RGBB-ROSS WAFFLE and PANCAKE 1" $1.84 NANCY ANN ENRICHED BREAD, 24-oz. Loaf He! MOUSING MailT 4M Cider Vinegar, Qt.. . 140 I»WAKFIES jbjfc Wheat-^ilx, Pkg.... 200 I.1«HTI,Y HAI.TKI) CAFE CRACKERS i-l.li. JIox RUl'F.IMJ ROLLED OATS SUPERB EVAPORATED Spanish Salted Peanuts, Lb. »•••••»«&•••«& *.»« ' ^ w * CHURCH'S CRAPE A RICHER, FINER BLEND FOR A Better Breakfast DRIP AND REGULAR 3uC PER POUND JAB MA BROWN 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, 24-oz. Loaf Large Sweet Prunes, Mb, Bag 30c JKDLESS RAISINS, Mb. Bag > 24c OEBHARDT'S CHILI QUIK, Plf* 5c -~ rr . Peanut Butter, Lb, Jar..33« Supcrh French Mustard, Qi> Jar IK SALAOA BLACK TEA, 8-02, Pkg. *J, HERSHEY COCOA, 8-oz. Can . M LARGE LIMA BEANS, Mb, Bag 2* ROBE EOSB CUBAN CANE SUGAR SYRUP S1.05 Jur BRER RABBIT New Orleans MOLASSES Highest quality molasses recommended for cooki Shake?' ALGONA BUTTER n,. 45c AN9-SA.tl&l>A¥i OCTOBEE 30 AND. 21 POTAT065 matured ppt»tocs from the «» Iliver VaUey. Wonderful cooUws^ flhp flavor. L?y in a supply for «? Winter. O»t an OBIGINAL !«•»*BAG NOW! SEE US FOR PRICES^ JERSEY SWEET POTATOES 4.. OEIS3? ICEBERG LETTUCE Head. FIRM, SOLID CABBAGE Per HIGH-VITAMIN ,?he small sizes are tfa* best

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