Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 9
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1944. 66£ >eparationa as directed: •as LAKOTA YOUTH, INDIANA « ARE _KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Kivon a medicn] discharge, and hi; got homo Saturday. URBAN i I DESIGNED to have a light look, a lithe grace, but practi- I cal and long-lasting, too. Easy the eyes in tan smooth. Otlior I/altoln News. T. K. Worlman and Jerry Ukena wore Alfjona business ' vi.sito7\s |~'nday, and. their wives accom- Lakota, Dec. 12 — Mary Alice | pnniwl them for some .shopping,' Mileham, Elkhart, Tnd., and Jolin,i Ml '- ;inrl Mrs. Edward Hagge, Son of Mr. and Mrs. William 1 Mrs V. Ou .? Ko PP (i n, and Mrs. Em- Ukena, Lakota, were married at the Presbyterian manse here last week Wednesday evening, thoi' n the bank pat-tor, the Rev. K. 11. Biisehuum,! urday for a weekend visit with performing the ceremony. They'hor narents, Mr., and. Mrs. J. nit/, here is also sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton spent Sunday with the F. G. Tor- ines, near Algona, SWEA-EAGLE PACK THREE City was taken. Mrs. Martin Peterson, Joliet, TIL, her son Billy, and Pater Spittle, Morris, 111., spent from last week Wednesday till Satur- James Russell McKean, son of tla y wit h Mrs. Peterson's sister Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McKean, and I ancl Mr. Spittle's daughter Mrs. Wilbur Ralph Geerdes, son of Mr. Floyd Treat. and Mrs. Magnus Larson assist- in an auto accident last March, I ing. This was the Aid's annual. anc i w jth hoi Christmas party, and there was a! . •,, gift grab-bag. A - --**—•-- *-- wm the children's An offering for] ,, home at Kansas' MT1J " City. four children she move in the spring to acreage south of a Svvea Mr. and Mrs. John Johgberg, Janet Thackery, Mrs. Ellis Jongberg, and Faye Lane were Sunday dinner guests at Lewis Eckholm's. •DINTING LARGE .JOBS ofc small—they all get careful at- tntion and skilled workmanship « the Advance. ., Mrs. Herman Jutting, employed at Hake, came Sat- •nnd Mrs. John Geerdes, with Russell James Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gibson, were at Fort The Virgil Jensens were Sun-! day dinner guests at O. A. Jensen's, the occasion being Marcia " Smith, and her husband Herman Jutting, the latter were attended bv Mrs. Melvin Ukena, sister-in-law, and Jerry! Ukena, brother n f the bride- i groom. The couple are living 1 here for the present, John being j Waterloo, _wcre weekend guests •Jutting, the latter employed' , en • wals ™ui. wave at fen- day dinner guests Mr. and M here at the--Ley garage. ' sacola, Fla., where she is control- • Frank Bass and the Plarimo g Tuesday for! Jensen's sixth birthday. Mrs. Nora Olson had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. gos- i employed at his uncle Jerry i Ukena's farm implement shop. Now Books for Library,— The .adult book committee of library met recently Helen Walstrand, Wave at Peh- JU , U6C , cola ' Fla " where she is control- „ „„„ Mr. and Mrs. William Ortman to . w . er operator, came recently to pel singers who Were conducting 'eekend guests VI er aunts ' Mrs - A " na Lar- meeting at the Baptist church, ^ ...,,„ lather Fred son and Mrs - Osca T Berggren, also the Rev. and Mrs. Anderson, figer, and her sister and hus-< Un ' lattxn ' entertained a large : with their son Gene. and, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ad- numbcr . °' f relatives at Sunday Mrs. Mary Purges 1) a ins. Mr Dean Ellsworth, her sons dinner in her honor. Ada Uhr, employed in Ask to See Style No. 1517 As Sketched ONLY 2, Woodward*! „ - „. , Mrs. F,. S. Bergeson got home several men worked on the! Monday from two weeks with g:iraj;e at, the Methodist parsonage Saturday, and some of the women served dinner for them at the church. MoKdamos Harry Mussman and W. D. Lev, with the kilter's little son David, were visitors at I relatives at Ottawa, 111. Mrs. Durward F. Perdue has returned from New York City, where she spent several weeks with her husband, who is in the navy. A son was born Wednesday, ,. . .., .• - - • " w i "• ""a vv<ia uuiii vveuiitjsuay, Mis. 1'. C. Keisters, Elmore, Fri-1 Dee. G, to Mr. and Mrs. Glen day. Mr. Dos Moines, were visitors at the W. Kiel-lit/, home last week, and also did some pheasant hunting. , , „. , Chirk. There are two daughters, and Mrs. Harry Viccrs, of j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peters are parents of a daughter, born Friday, Dec. 1. The Eagle township Aid met the local library met recently; and Mrs. H. H. Murray spent last P~ an '- at Minneapolis, was a guest ceived and ordered new books: Tomor-i week Wednesday afternoon with ~ ast week of her mother, Mrs. A.' row is Forever, by Gruen Bris- j the women's mother, Mrs. W C ! K ' Uhr. tow; Look to the Mountains, Le-j Hanson, Forest City. ' " grand "Cannon; Journey in the | Dark, Flavin Martin; The Emper- i or's Physician, J. R. Perkins; The j Immortal Wife. Irving Stone;' Green Dolphin Street. Eli/.abol.h! Courtage; Bra\'e Men, Ernie Pyle; Pastoral, Novil Shute. Twelve juvenile books for high school ages were :'lso ordered. Group to Birthday Party— Mrs. Vance Lester, near, Svvea City, celebrated a birthday Saturday evening at her home, and the following guests were present: the George Ennens, Mrs.' Henrietta Aaldreks, Mrs. Henry i Olthoff, son Harold, Mrs. Arnold j Becker, the Ray Beckers, all of: Lakota; the Henry Ennens, El-1 more; the Roy Ennens, Lone' Rock; and the Jasper Sleen-; hards, Swea City. | Small Coffee Party Given— ] Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained at! a coffee party Friday honoring ! Mrs. Delia Smith and Mrs. Ida! Smith, who each had a birthday i recently. Other guests were; Mesdames W. D. Ley, W. E. Gut- j knecht, ancl J. H. Warburlon. Boy in Navy Released— ' Dennis, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray who was sent to the 0 'a as Boson's farm « sale last Thursday was well at- u war tended, and good prices were re- g Her husband was killed C, C. Geraema visited E. E.' this week"Tuesday at" Mrs^' Sam hupp at Buffalo Center Sunday. Larson's, Mrs. Lloyd Thoreson LOANS WITH NO MORTGAGE NEWAL COSTS OR WORRIES Borrow lo purchase, repair or refinance your present loan. Ijovv Inonth- ly payments with interest figured '6nly on the actual unpaid balance each month. Pay any amount anytime, secure full credit, M6 prepayment penalties. Our loan service has given us a wide experience and knowledge o~ values in this community and we will gladly advise you. 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