Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1944 · Page 4
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PAGE TWO THREE PARTIES FOR LONE ROCK SCHOOL PUPILS Lone Rock. Oct. 31—The school .first grade has started the pre- pvimer ''We Look and See." Second graders with 100 in spelling last week wore Larry Fox, .Robert Flaig, Gordon I-Iutchin- spn, Janet Krueger, Leon M.ar- low, Barbara Quinn, Ruth Schadendorf, Marilyn Westendorf, and Betty Whitehouse. Though Garyl Householder's j birthday is in July, he treated the j boys and girls to birthday cake Monday. Visitors were Darlene Long and Carroll Householder. Merwyn Hurlburl tre.Jted tho boys ;md girls to candy last week i Wednesday, his birthday. j There was a Halloween party ', last Thursday afternoon, with' candy and peanuts. Visitors were Karen Beane. Aw.anda Schradcr, Baibara Jane Hanifan. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson. Fenton. The third and fourth grades had a birthday party Monday for i Darryl Householder, and a birth-1 day cake with nine candles was j served. I Winning 100 in spelling Friday 1 were Patsy Marlow and Mary Ann Fox. fourth grade; Max Flaitf, Dickie Jensen, Dennis Priehe, third grade. Friday after-j noon there will be a Halloween ! party. School will be dismissed Oct. 30-Nov. 5 to let the boys pick corn. The girls' sewing class is i making needed repairs on bas- ; ketball suits. will meet every Wednesday evening at the church, with a recreational period after study. Officers: President, Allana Bean; vice, lone Whilehouse; secretary, Donald Jensen; treasurer, Marland Jorgensen. MRS. SCHAPER, 48, OF LAKOTA, DIES OCT. 25 KOSSUTII COtjINTY ADVANCfiJ^AL^ONA, IOWA Lnkotn, Nov. 1 —Funeral- ser- Behrends Family Gathering— There was a Behrends reunion at the Vincent Behrends home j Sunday, 2fl for dinner. Attend- j vices were conducted at the Presing: Joe, John, Dcllmnn Neilson,' Ornie, Sibo, Richard, and Gary Behrends uunilies. Allwin Lockwoods Parents— Mr. and Mrs. Allwin Lockwood are parents of a 9-lb. boy born | Monday at Fenton. They live \ with Mr. Lockwood's parents, the Dale Lockwoods. hyterian church Saturday for Mrs. T. C. Shaper, 4fl, by the pastor, the Rev. K H. Buschman. Newbroughs Have Reunion— The John Newbroughs, Fort Worth, Tex., arrived Friday for the weekend with the parental A. D. Newbroughs and Lem Mai-lows. They accompanied B. B. Oswald and Bruce McAroy, who came to hunt pheasants. A Mai - low-Newbrough reunion was hold Sunday at Lcm's, and guests besides the Texans and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough were the Jesse Marlows, Bancroft, the Eldon Marlows, the Fred Schmidts, Pat Marlow, the Lawrence New- broughs, the Edw. Blanchards, the Clifford Muellers, the Dell Marlows, Mrs. Richard Bristow, Mrs. Paul Olson, her children, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neilzel, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Marlow, all of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marlow, Algona. Many friends called ia the afternoon. To Pack Service Gifts— The Idle Hour club met with Mrs. Ralph Thompson Thursday. Mrs. Ed. Hoppe assisting, 12 members, five visitors present. Mrs. Frank Merron and Mrs. M. O. Richards were chosen to pack Christmas packages for service boys in the States. Entertainment was conducted by Mrs. M. Bonebrake and Mrs. Frank Merron. .and prizes were won by Neva Thompson and Mrs. Dave Weber. The next meeting will he held Nov. 30 at the Mrs, M. O. Richards home, Mrs. Edw. Blanchard and Mrs. Fred Tigges assisting, eac!) member to take a guest fi.r roll call. Service Girls Organization— A Junior organization for service Kirls is being organized, and all cligibles not at the last meeting are asked to come to the next. The first meeting will be held Nov. 16 at Ruth Kraft's, and meetings will be held every third Thursday thereafter. Officers are: President, Mary Ann Gettman; •first vice, Doris Gross; second vice, Helen Gettman; secretary- treasurer, Helen Sprank; chaplain, Ruth Kraft; Sgt.-at-arms, Fern Sanders. Rummage Sale a Success— j A. tt. S. W. rummage sale was' held Saturday in the Wm. Flaig | implement shop, and $82 was re-' ceivod from rummage sales and lunch. Boy for the Hutchinson's— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hulchinson are parents of an 8-lb. boy, Eugene John, born last Thursday. Girl Has an Operation— Lavonne Bannick had an appendectomy at the General hospital, Algona Thursday. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Alfred .Schultz spent last Wednesday evening till Saturday at Mason City with her sister-in- law Mrs. Ronald Schultz, whose little girl is at the Park hospital there for treatment of an infection on her body. Mrs. Alfred Schultz's son Gary Gene was with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schultz. Mrs. J. M. Bkmchard spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ada Whitehill, Burt, who is abed with a broken leg. J. M. spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard were at Woodward, visiting their daughter Patricia Lee, in a hospital there. Mrs. A. K. Nelson, of Emmetsburg, daughter Mrs. Ross Johnson, Sioux Falls, her daughter and son Pvt. Ellsworth Johnson, the latter from Colorado on furlough, visited at the daughter Mrs. Melford Mitchell's last Thursday. Mrs. Jack Quinn and Mrs. Frank Flaig served at a vanishing tea Thursday. At 500 Mrs. Fred Flaig won high, Mrs. Fred Genrich was low, and Mrs. Alex Kruger won door. Mrs. Ralph Thompson's mother, Mrs.'Richard Long, of Bancroft, and aunt, Katherine Johnston, Clear Lnke, S. D., spent from Thursday till Saturday here, and were Friday supper guests at James Long's. Margaret Nelson, Waukegan, 111., spent Sunday till Tuesday at the parental Wm. Nelson's. 'The Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests at Maynard Kueck's,- Swea City. Pvt. Eugene Radig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, is returning to Lincoln, Neb., to resume training for the air corps, after a 15- day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwic- fel, Swea City, spent the weekend at Mrs. Zwiefel's brother Eric Seegebarth's. The Jack Quinns, the Dave Lynchs, and the Hiram Ackermans spent Sunday at the horse show at Emmetsburg. Maxine Flaig was sick with the flu last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Wm. Flaig taught the Central school in her place. Helen McMahon is spending the week at her sister Mrs. August Homer's, Laurens. She is a local teacher. The Henry Schroeders spent Sunday at a Burt farewell for tht Lutheran minister, leaving for Minnesota. Mrs. Ralph Bean's aunt and Music was furnished by a mixed quartet, Mesdamcs C. A. Gutknecht and Fred Schroeder, and Messrs. J. E. Ukena and Jerry Heelland, with Mrs. J. E. Ukena at the organ. Pallbearers were: C. G. Frye, George Ennen, Henry Swalve, J. E. Smith, George Heetland, and Don Stickler, and interment was in Maple Hill cemetery. Mrs. Shapcr's maiden name was Bertha Winifred Roberts, and she was born May 28, 189G, at Lenox, where she grew up and was grad- lated from the high school. She remained at home till after the death of her parents, then went o Des Moines, where she lived with an aunt, Mrs. Nellie Allen. 3he became affiliated with the Westminster United Presbyterian church, Des Moines, and remained a member till her death, but in Lakota she was a faithful worshipper at the local Presbyterian church. On October 20, 1939, marriage look place and the Shapers lived nere. For the last 2% years Mrs. Shaper had riot been in good health. On September 3. she was taken to the Lutheran.- hospital, Fort Dodge, where she hqd a ipa- jor operation. She died last week Wednesday at the Kbssiilh hospital, and surviving is,,hej: husband. ' •' ' ' •,''''" v '. Mrs. M. H., Hieter Honored— The Clair Bellingers attended a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. M. H. Heiter at Earl Dean's, Fenton, Sunday, and afternoon guests there were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hoi lister, Trosky, Minn,, former Lone Rockers, stopped at W. C. Heiter's Saturday on the way home from Baltimore, where they visited their daughter Coila Jane. They also called at Fred Wegener's, Algona. Group to Ringsted Party— Mrs. Roy Jensen, her son, Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mrs. Russell Jensen, and Ten a Jensen spent Friday afternoon at a party at Mrs. Martin Benso.i's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorf, Yale, spent the weekend at Mrs. Deardorf's parental Roy Jensen's. Mrs. Dave Lynch's cousin, Mary Smith, St. Paul, spent Sunday here. Four-H Girls Elect— The 4-H club met at Henry Schroeder's Thursday evening, •and officers were elected: President, Willard Thompson, succeeding Laverne Schroeder, attending college; vice, Juneadale Hannn; secretary-treasurer, Marland Jorgenson. Mr. Schroeder is new leader, succeeding Andrew Thompson. Biblie Club is Organized— A Bible Study club has been organized for young people and T&faiiha M.Wilson X. S. Dodge St. ' 43-J Daughter for Former Editor— Friends herp have received announcements of the,' birth of ' a ; daughter to Mr., arid Mjs.' E. C.- Inlay Oct. 20'at WhUfter, Calif.1 The baby has been' narriigd Joyce', Louise. The Inlays 'b?i.ve oo,e. qther child, 'a-son.', Mr,,Inlay.-$yas; editor of the Kqssmh'" fi^cpfd' here for several years',"'aijd the, family went to California "when' the paper, like sp'many" others,' closed after '{he waf.'"Mrs. Inlay is a Gray daughter. .'..'.' .' I Former Lakotans' in Visit—The E. J. Woodwards, Manson, drove to Lakota Sunday to .visit • the'W. E. Ley's. Mr. Wooclworth hunted pheasants.. The, Wood- worths lived here several years, and Mr. Woodworth wa's a' druggist. They went to Manson four years ago. Students Back to College— "Dorothy Ukena and Helen I Nancy, both of Dubuque university, left Sunday evening via train from Algona "to return to school after a week's vacation with Dor- uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hansel], Livermore, spent the weekend at her home. Mrs. Jesse Hohenstein, Amboy, Minn., and her daughter Mildred spent last Tuesday at I. W. Nelon's. Pvt. Eugene Radig, of the army air corps, was a Monday dinner guest at his brother Wilford's. Lavonne Furstl, San Diego, alif., spent the weekend at Alfred Jorgensen's. The Leigh Currans. Mason ity, spent Sunday at M. Christenson's. use «t the first ,ign of a cold. Treats one hundred kogt. H. T. BARKER DWELLINGS . HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S.BIossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf » 1,14i- -UIW VOTERS A vote for W. H. Steward for Sheriff of Kossuth County is a vote for a man that is worthy of the office. G. W. Patterson J. G. Clapsaddle G. J. F. Vogel J. L. Miller A. II. Meinzer"" F. L. Pratt H. A. Thompson Paul Figge A. G. Heddle R. J. Neajy Tlie above signers from Burt sponsor this adv. FOR PRESIDENT FOR They Are Capable, Vigorous and Reliable and Have Splendid Records of Public Service. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey Send men to Washington who will help "clean house" . . . get rid of New Deal waste, discord, arrogance and racketeer; ing.; Gov. Bourke B. Hickenlooper Good Government is more important today than ever before. You can depend on these Republicans to help give us Good Government,. James I. Dolliver, Fort Dodge For Congress, Sixth District *'- i 'V . ,j. '•'$}•/' "Sy.-W- -i&y-iym. - • ' . VOTE REPUBLICAN FOR THE GOOD OF IOWA . . . FOR THE GOOD OF THE NATION djthy's parehtSrMr. and Mr?. J. E. Ukena. '";'•'.'• Four i» ,Fo\ir«tf Parly-; , Jerry Hfeptlahd; leader of the Cakota boys' and girls' 4-H club, tqok Wayne Heetlnnd and Bob and Jairt.es',.Mlttag "to a county 4i-H party at : the Legion hall, Burt,. Friday' iiighjt. Other L«koln News. /Mrs. Carl Specht, Algona, who, 'iad beefi -yisiting'-'at Buffalo Center, stopped here early in the week, "and Mrs. Henrietta Aial- drfeks qccomRan.ied her to AlRoha to .visit the lattef's daughter Mrs. ^Ivin'Hijgnlioid. " •"• •Weekend-Visitors at Altqn An- derson's were Mr. Anderson's of Mrs v .August Gutknecht that Ukona- parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. O. E. An-1 Edw. GuJ,khecht's wife carne from tings. R derson, arid his copsin, and tie , Canada' for the funeral was error. -' ' latter's wife,'Mr. ancVMrsV'P. " '- 1 - '-- 1 -' '- " F. Johnson, all'of Houston, Minn. A visitor at the Presbytcrim manse last week Wednesday was Mrs. L.'P. Buschmah, of Belmond, mother of the Rev. E. H. Buschman.' ' June Skqels, music teacher at Buffalo Center, former teacher here, yisi'.ed the <3uy Beemers last week Wednesday evening. Guy Beemer drove to Fcrt Dodge to join friends and go to Havelock for a weekpnd of hunting. CORRECTION—The statement in an Advance obituary last weak I.UILW. VJU,bni,t;wib ct vm^ uojjivj .11UU1 LJMgS. liCUOrlo u Ulroy , Canada' for the funeral was error. 1 gical dross 1Q S'Vcn« |Edw. PUtknecht is unmarried, hours; Wi'mr^ ^-GOo The obiluary was not written by (Hours; Uniiiii,; <,,, !ir liclr.« the regular Lakota correspond-> hours. S-TtncnS the regular ° nt> ^ » Lakdtt Red Cross Closes Busy Season Lakota, Nov. I — The Lnkotn Red Cr0ssj$ranch held its annual ineetingp.nythe town hall Thursday, MM, j$$ H. Murray, local chairman, •* "presiding. Officers \vere elected: Chairman, Mrs. W. E. Ley; seci-etary, Mrs. J. ,E. IDLE TVm Van Camp's MILK Quality Meats Steak Ib. 27t End Cuts Pork Chops Ib. 27< Bacon Ends Ib. 20c Skinless Wieners Ib 29t Neck Bones Ib 6t Fresh Fruits and DELICIOUS N. D. TRIUMPHS Potatoes . . . TEXAS SEEDLESS PER BU. 90ft A •wJm ..... . ,. .. ONIONS SWEET 10 Ibs. 4lbs. CAUFOHN.JA LARGE SIZE Ib. 2.89 PER DOZEN 39c 2 9 c DOZES IDAHO Russets GREEN 10 pound bag Peppers INDIVIDUAL 3c . 39c PER IOC OXYDOL SUPER SUDS 23c LIFEBUOY LUX SWEETHEART W for T 9C PELS NAPHTHA SOAP 3 for 1?C S.O.S. SOAP SUDS_ HILEX 1 Gal. 49c FRESH HO DONUTS HADE DAILY AT OUR STORE Everyday 6for25c WHEATIES FLOUR Kitchen Pride Consumers 1,88 1. Oyster Shells 69c Glv« the fqmily i on, between rich in he • -jo'ls lik«j dream donim. .*-•••.,,,, f U$f mochins rqckef <=!? ('«. - - -f/esli ond holt |f|f^*l#l)f*?V CONSUMED

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