Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1944 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO LAKOTA GRADES IN CHRISTMAS PLAUAGEANT Lakota, Dec. 26—The grade pupils of the local public school presented The Christmas Story at the school auditorium last week Wednesday evening before a full i house. i The Rhythm band of 31 chil-' dren in the' 1st and 2nd grades played, and. sang numbers, with little Larry Anderson as director. The choif was composed of pupils from the 3rd to 8th grades. In a pageant Joan Anderson took the part of Mary; Wallace, Mitchell, Joseph,; Robert Ruby,! Max Bierstedt, Mervin Farrow, and Eugene Christ, the Four Shepherds; .Charlene Schroeder, Lavonne Daniels, and Helen Stenzel, the three angels: Paul Darnauer, Roger and Ronald Meyer, the Three Wise Men. Dorothy Schroeder was accompanist, and Richard Ravn, Waldo Miller, Donald Hagedorn, and Gerald Gordon were ushers. i Methodist S. S. Program— The Methodist Sunday school! children gave a Christmas pro- : gram at the church Friday even-. ing with Mrs. Emory Smith, Mrs.! Henry Mitchell, and Katherine Becker in charge. The first part was recitations, songs, etc., by the children, and a Christmas pat- geant was also presented, with some older ones helping. A special feature was dedication of a new service flag, with the Rev.; Mr. Cass in charge. Church Christmas Party— The Methodists held their annual Christmas party at the! church last week Wednesday evening, and 45 persons attended. Mrs. Harry Mussman direct-1 ed games for the little folks, Or- j ville Koppen for the older folks, and the women served sandwiches, cake, jello, pickles, and coffee. The Rev. and Mrs. Cass were presented with a piece of Rosedale | pottery as a Christmas gift. Four Come for Christmas— Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder drove to Algona Saturday evening to meet two daughters, Margaret, who has finished studies at the University of Colorado, and Lola,who has been employed in Denver by n music company. The girls are spending their holidays with the home folks. Oyster Supper and Santa— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley, son David, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman at an oyster supper last Thursday evening, and later Santa Clans called with gifts for the children. Baby for Dwight Smiths— A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Smith' at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday morning. This is the third son for the Smiths and they have one daughter. The Presbyterian little folks gave a program at the church Christmas eve, and the grade children presented a Christmas pageant. The Lutheran Sunday school presented a Christmas program. Rays From the Star of Bethlehem Christinas eve. J. A. Bargar drove to Albert Lea Saturday to moot and bring here his daughter Mrs. Walter Prigge for the holidays. 'Mrs. Prigge is employed at Rochester, and her husband is overseas. Kenneth Bargar is also overseas. Among persons home for the holidays are Dorothy Ukena, Genovievo Brewer, and Ruby Daniels. Dorothy and Gcnevieve are students at Dubuque university, and Ruby is from Fort Dodge. Mrs. I. E. Worlman taught in high school last week as substitute for Elsie Ward, who is recovering from an operation for appendicitis in a Blue Earth hospital. Mrs. W. E. Ley was hostess at a small coffee party last week Wednesday, with Mesdames H. H. Murray, Harry Mussman, A. C. Schissel, and W. D. Ley as guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Ukcna left for Elkharl, 111., one day last week to spend tho holidays with Mrs. Ukena's parents and other members of the family. Calvin Ukena, Chicago, is at home to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ukcna. The teachers went to their various homes for the two weeks school vacation. YOUR PAPER IS THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR WANT AD. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, AtQONAs IOWA ST. JOE S.-Sgt. Carl Ernst arrived Inst week Wednesday morning from his medical unit at Seymour Johnson Field, Goklsboro, N, C. on i furlough with his wife, daughter, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ernst and the daughter have I been with the former's pai'ents, i Mr. and Mrs. William Thilges, j but will accompany Carl when he returns to his camp. Pvt. Albert Thilges arrived last week Tuesday from Fort Benning, Ga. He is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thilges. Francis J. Mindrup, S. 2-c., i spent a few days of a furlough i with friends here last week, Flo ' had spent the first cU.ys of the ; furlough with his father and nth- I or relatives in Indiana. Francis !. is in pnlrol service at a Banana 1 River naval air station in Flor- j ida. i St. Joseph's school presented the Christmas pageant Light of tre World last Thursday evening at the school auditorium, and a large audience attended. The Rev. Father Nicholas Becker, Royal, was lately calling on relatives and friends here. Margaret, daughter of Mrs. Ida j Becker, who was a 1944 St. Joseph's high school graduate, arrived last week Tuesday on a two week's holiday vacation from Briar Cliff college, Sioux -filly. HURT Florence Rash, Muskegon, Mich., is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash. Lawrence Miller, of the U. S. —. who is taking special training at Ames, sent Sunday and' Christmas witli his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller, and his great- grandmother, Mrs. John Gill. Betty Bee Christensen, Huntington, W. Va., spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensan. Mrs. Robert Melville came from Iowa City Friday for Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel. Mrs. Dona 'Armstrong left one day last week for some time with her daughter, Mrs. Merle Neilsen, Spencer. Her son Charles, Livermore, took her over. OVERWORKED EYES • J ~ NEED HELP . W. omunson OPTOmCTRIST TCL.436 0/V. ijif poniicflfv Afffy^ {eflrt nfi^a*<r<G £c/>i.eo<.*Ttf»' Ir.u/as wcirt>«','*'»" i-<»,n/r«u/-.*/s v ri"cTf<'/JiS. * Hf's tte > i t»e» v /V A tJuwA /vjWWy- AT FIRST SIGN OF A E. N. TAYLOR Dealer in G. W. YORK CO. Red Ball Products Co7c/ Preparations as directed; in South KossiiUt 702 W. Nebraska St., Alg-ona. Phone 4»4 iiiiiiuiiiiiniiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM G-OUT S As I have sold inj farm and urn moving to Illinois, I will hold a closing out sale at- my farm located } a mile north and 2 nulex oast of Ponton; i£ mile north and 3 miles west of Lone Hock, on Thursday, Jan. 4 =5 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP LUXCIf WAGON OX THK GROUNDS 5 Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere power mower, 7-ft, cut; John Deere horse mower, 5-ft. cut; fertilizer attachment for Mc- Deering horse planter; dates mower windrower; hay slings; potato planter and digger; 6-section drag harrow; 10-ft. Letz feed grinder; bell, pump jacks; 1/« horsepower motor; '/i h. p. motor- bob sled- John Deere Rotary hoe, 13ft.; 10-ft. power binder, good; F-12 tractor and cultivator on rubber, also steel wheels, good shape; Case 3-bottom slat JG-in. plow; John Deere B4 2-bottom 16-jn. tractor plow- John Deere tractor cultivator; endgate lime or fertilizer spreader; McCormick 8-ft. disc; one, two pail Surge milker; McDeering \o. 5 cream separator, stainless steel; Jamesway oil brooder stove; John Deere hay loader; John Deere side rake; hay rake; Deeriug binder windrower; 2 rubber-tired wagons; 2 wagon boxes; McDeering endgate seeder; wheels for rubber tired wagon. MISCELLANEOUS—« pen hog house; hrooder house, 12x1-2; some hard wood lumher; slat corn cribs; 100 new steel posts; steel post driver; set harness. 3 Horses Three year olds, one roan two sorrels. 3 31 Head of Cattle 31 About 20'registered, others high grade. Good registered Lulls always used, last herd bull, 42 and 48 loduk Colan Ormshy Oriole HS5C77; one bull calf; 16 cous; 1 steer; 7 yearlings; « fall heifers. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC—Upright piano; National pressure cooker; bed davenport; bed surings- liorselude iur coat, si/e 41; other articles. . ' TERM'S—Cash, or see your banker. { M. E. Burwash != FRED FLAIG, Auctioneer LONE ROOK BANK, Clerk Sllll!lllllllllllllllHI!Ull!lll!l!ll!llll!lllllil!!!lllllllllH A BOND DRIVE IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL EVERYONE HAS Bought His Share! Let's Counter-Attack with dollars this week and give the enemy our answer that we are backing our fighting men* Make the Sixth War Loan the Biggest success ever* It's your last chance ••• the Drive ends Saturday night Kossuth War Finance Committee :-y ; 3

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