Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1945
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PAGE TWO Lakota's Basketball Boys, Girls Guests at a Banquet MOTHERS SERVE, PROGRAM GIVEN Lakota, Apr. 30—The mothers of the girls and boys in the high school basketball teams served a banquet in their honor at the town hall last week Monday night, with 16 girls, 14 boys, the faculty, and scorekeepers ns guests. The tables were decorated with the colors, purple and white, with centerpieces of African violets, •white candles tied with purple streamers, and nut cups of white baskets, banglboards attached for place cards. The menu included mashed potatoes, gravy, casserole steak, hot rolls, peas, carrots, molded salad, ice cream, cake, and coffee. Coach John Cook, who is also the school superintendent, was toastmaster and Elsie Ward is the girls' sponsor. The program theme was basketball, and several of the players and faculty members Rave short talks. Mrs. C. C. Gerzema was the mothers' ehaimran for the event. Missionary Society Meets— Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs. I. E. Wortman entertained the Presbyterian missionary society nt Mrs. Gutknecht's last week Tuesday. Meditations were given by Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht. devotions were conducted by Mrs. William Schroeder, and reports on a Presbyterial at Algona a week ago Thursday were given by Mesdames George Heetland, Francis Adams, and Jerry Ukena. The society began the new year's work for 45-46 with Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht as president. Mrs. C. C. Gerzema was retiring president. DANIEL ELLIS, LUVERNE 60 YEARS, PASSES forma, and on the way back all Lu Verne, Apr. 30 — Funeral stopped for supper at the Allen services for Daniel C. Ellis were larm - | held Wednesday .nt the Methodist vt c •«. n , ,T „, .. church here, the Rev. Robert Mrs. Smith Back From Florida— ] Phillips, pastor, officiating. Mesdames Raymond Smith and I Mr. Ellis, son of Daniel and i tE - L ?y drove to Mason City|Lydia Maria Ellis, was born Oct. 1 last week Tuesday to meet and (19, 1867, at Amboy, Oswego bring here Mrs. Ida Smith, who j county, N. V., and was in his 78th ' had spent several weeks at a sis- year when he died at the state! ters at Homestead, Fla. Mrs.,' university hospital at Iowa City' Smith also visited Mrs. Opal Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wheeler at Miami. Don Wirljes Leaves Hospital— Don Wirtjes came home recently from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was for some time in a cast from | nephew survive. last week Tuesday. Mr. Ellis came to Iowa when he was 18. That was in the Fall of 1885, and he had resided here ever since, a period of nearly 60 years. A .brother, William Ellis, also Lu Verne, four nieces, and a shoulders to hips for dislocated vertebrae. Schrceder Son Nearer Home— F. O. Winston Schroeder has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, that he has been At the funeral service a quartet, Wayne Sorensen, Maynard Henderson, James Blumer, and J. i i Arnold Hjellc, sang The Old Rugged Cross and Good Night and Good Morning. Pallbearers were Fred and seve|i ents Ian. Mrs, M ^«_,, t,.. uu .»,_ .»L*»J »_n_i_ii. A anuirui t;i t> wcic r red uHQ transferred from Valdosta, Ga., to Henry Kruse, Fred Zwiefel Geo , Truax Field, Wis. -. ... - — - < • KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA wit Mrs. Stephen Baker in charge. The new officers are: President, Mrs. William Ristau; vice, Mrs. Ralph Davidson; secretary, Mrs. Edw. Dehnert; treasurer, Mrs. John Nelson; historian, Mrs C. O. McClellan; chaplain, Mrs Max Block; sergeant-alarms, Mrs. Frank Grontoaoh. After Business, lunch was served. Goeiring Bbck to Camp— Adrian Goehring, of the army, .has returned to a camp in Kansas, after a furlough here with his wife and son, who are living with Mrs. Goehring's parents, Mf. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Dwiijht Baker Quits Army— M-. and Mrs. Dwight B,aker arrived Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Baker. Dwight recent y received a medical discharge from the army. Sold er Home on Leave— Ctl. Don-aid McClellan, Camp Custpr, Mich., lately came for a ! i-day furlough with his par- ' Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClel- Neville to Alabama— s. James Neville went to Sanitarium Patient Home— Mrs. Donald Greenfield has returned from a Sanitarium at Dav- enpor.t and is much improved. Other Lakota News. Last week Tuesday evening supper guests at J. H. Furst's were Mr. and Mrs. J. Blome, sons Arlowe and Gene, Mrs. Raymond Worden, her two children, and the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Buschman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Darnell and Lois Black, Ledyard, with Mrs. Wilson and Lorraine Darnell, Detroit, Mich., were recent visitors Smith, Jos. Thorn, and Cecil Huf. Burial was made in the Lu Verne cemetery. U. S. W. Officers Installed— The United Service Women met Wednesday evening at the city hall, with Mrs. Frank Chapman, Mrs. Charles Hanselman, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman as hostesses. Installation of officers was held, .. . Montgomery, Ala., to visit her husband, Lt. James Neville, stationed in an air corps group. Attended Wesley Funeral — Mis. Guy Giddings attended funei-al ' " Wesley dingi. Other Luverne IVews. Mi. and Mrs. Emmett • Knary •al services Wednesday at ~ for Mrs. Gordon Gid- . spen, from last week Sunday till home last week Tuesday after- ?u U o ay *\ Sioux City ' guests at _ _ _. J i rn/iirJ p/^ii \7i«i^«'r, T uji_ t-\ i' noon. their i\J\ 1. ---- . -— -w.- u . .»_•* i/t,ii_ ^^ LAi 1»1O Sgt. Ray Wirtjes, his wife, .and K !"i? ly was latel y seriously sick ...... ™" fh Mrs. Henry Wirtjes were supper Wlth guests last week Tuesday even- - p ing at the Wilbur Wirtjes home. Wilbur Wirtjes took a truck- i HT' ^ u ™ load of ca ttle to Sioux City for I Mr and Mrs. Hubert Hans, of Orville Ruby last week Tuesday F u u -, Were recent g ues ts and Mr. Ruby accompanied him. short Mary Acorn Club Has Election— Mrs. J. H. Warburlon was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday. Officers were elected: Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, president: Mrs. Francis Adams, vice; Mrs. H. E. Buschman, secretary; Mrs. J. E. Smith, assistant; Mrs. W. D. 1 .ey, treasurer. Mrs. I. E. Wortrnan gave a sketch of Judge Kcnyon from Successful Women. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Harry Mussman. of Hubert's mother Mrs. Hans and his sisxer Mrs. Zoller. Mrs. Henry Hendricks, Kamrar, was a visitor at Albert Johnson's and the Wilbur Wirtjes The Edw. Telkamps were last week Sunday visitors at the Harry Mathahs home, near Riceville. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schis.se! were Buffalo Center business visitors Wednesday. son Victor's. Little Curtis pneumonia, and was in a tal. and Mrs. Wilford Berryhill, as City, recently spent a furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Berryhill is the former Ellen Gronfbach. The Presbyterian women will meet this week Wednesday at the country home of Mrs. Curtis Morgan'. The Lutheran Aid met Thursday in the church basement, Mrs. Helena Stripling hostess. Lunch was served. ' The Frank Grofibac'hs were guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Berryhill, Livermore. The Lutheran Aid met Thursday in the church basement, Mrs. Helena Stripling hostess. Lunch was served. Lt. and Mrs. Edward Green- Way, St. Louis, have been visiting at the parental William Ellis home. J. L. Lichty and the Rev. A. ft. Smith attended a Presbyterian conference at Estherville Thursday. Mrs. Roland Elbert, Algona, lately spent a few days With her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Blumer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly have gone to Rochester for medical examinations. Mrs. Guy Giddings Sr., Burt, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Guy Giddings. BUSY YEAR FOR THE BURT U. S. W. Burt, Apr. 30—The U. S. W. met at the schoolhouse Thursday evening, and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf installed officers. Mrs. W. R. Chafee is new president. Mrs. Ringsdorf gave the arfnual report of the year's activities. Articles completed included 17 wool quilts, 23 suture pillows, 8 bathrobes, 120 wash rags, 24 chair billows and covers, 66 laprobes, 6 involuntary pads, 234 handker- Pump and Windmill Work Plumbing, heating', pump and windmill work Farewells for Two Inductees— I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Furst, with the daughter Beverly, attended a I farewell sermon at the Evangel-1 ical Reformed church at Ledyard j last week Sunday for Arlowe ' Blome and Herbert Beenken, who joined the army Thursday. A group of young people gave a farewell party at August Klinksiek's the following day. Mrs, Maude Hamilton Home— — Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, as with the son Don, drove to Boone < == Sunday, and at Eagle Grove were = joined by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I == Allen. At Boone the group met —Mrs. Maude Hamilton, who spent j SEE the winter with sisters in Cali- *SAVE CORX SPOILAGE* By knowing the moisture content of your corn THE IOWA EAR CORN TEST PROBE •" Saves many times its cost in gathering samples. * Is the only device of its kind on the market. * Is convenient to use and will last a lifetime. * Costs only $8.50 f.o.-b. Marcus, Iowa. * Is used by more than 4,000 government sealers and inspectors to gather samples from ear corn throughout the corn belt. Phcne or write your order today Invented, Manufactured and Distributed by JOHN SAND . MARCUS, IOWA 34-35 John Hegarty & Sons Phone 255 TAG LINE Pep^i-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchised Botlkr: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge chiefs, 83 pairs slippers, 46 bed socks, and 13 Red Cross kitbags. A, bake and fummage sale netted' $69.25; "Bow Tag" Day, $46.00; Forget-Me-Not drive, $47.24; commission on subscriptions, $100; commission on cards, $7.20. The organization donated $7.50 to the War Relief Fund, $6.00 for blood plasma, $50 to the hospital fund, and $25 to a Christmas fund. Christmas and birthday cards were.sent to the Service men and women. A series of vanishing teas' has netted more than $100 to date. Appendectomy at the Prison Camp Hurt, Apr. 30—Sgt. William Giddings, wTio had arrived from Camp Blanding, Fla., a few days before, was 1 taken by ambulance to the Prisoner of War camp hos- pital Thursday for nn for appendicitis. He was to , gone to Fort Meacle, Md ?, Ve his furlough at home ' nftcr CAftTEftS AHDN moves ink, typewriter gj^' ftom hands. At the ADVANCE DANCES! Legion Ballroom Bancroft Friday, May 4—Piil Hoffman, the Midwest's Top Trumpeter and formerly featured with Jimmy Bar- iiett Band. Tuesday, May S—"Skipper" Berg. Friday, May 11 — Henry Charles. THIS WEEK LET US 1)0 YOUR WET WASH Only 5c Ib. Shirts finished 10 cents extra eaeli. Ask us about, our other services. A service for every budget. Send us your curtains today. I'll ONE 267 We call for and deliver. < Algona Laundry LAUNDERERS DRV CLEAMlUs Across street east of Courthouse |lllllilll!l!!l!l!llllllll!!!li!ii!IM " GIFT SUGGESTIONS for Mother's Day I • Sunday, May 13th | PROVE TO MOTHER THAT SHE IS YOUR FAVORITE I GIRL FRIEND—REMEMBER HER WITH A GIFT ON! ON HER VERY OWN DAY I Blouses Mr. Jones Can't Tell You THE COST OF HOME INSULATION Mother will love on sight these sheer ruffled styles with high or low necklines. White and colors. 2.98 3.98 Gloves Lovely gloves in new colors and novelty fabrics. Mothers appreciate this useful gift. 79< to 1.98 Gift Bags Smart selection of favored Leathers -.an,d -fabrics. Shapes, sizes, and colors to delight Mother. 2.95 10 6.95 Hankies A' gift every Mother will appreciate. All linens or cotton in colors and white. .25*,. 91* Lingerie Rayon panties — briefs and long type styles. Slim, flattering, perfect fitting garments. Women's, Misses sizes 69* to Surprise her with a pretty DR€SS Popular prints, new color combinations 5.95 8.95 Choose hers from these -two groups. Superb collection of youthful suit dresses, casuals, black sheers, gay prints, and plain'-, fabrics.. "Beautifully styled in the most popular fashions. Sizes 9 to 20, 38 to 52. HATS Mother will cherish a charming hat. And you'll find her type here. Flowered sailors, ribboned berets. All in bright delightful colors. 2.95 Help!! A MESSAGE TO YOU If there was ever a time when your help was needed to win this War, that time is NOW! You can help even if you've never had any similar experience. Work where you are NEEDED MOST! at the CORNHUSKER ORDINANCE PLANT GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA V School teachers wanted for summer work. * Unskilled workers start as high as $44.20 per week. V- Uniforms are free for Line workers. •V-Reasonable Cafeteria meals. VLow cost Dormitory rooms. ^Furnished homes for families, •i-Recreational facilities. Y-Transportation paid from point of hire. —Contact— War Manpower Commission U. S. Employment Service I'/z East State Street Algona, Iowa INSULATION costs vary with different homes because of a difference in size and architecture of the house, and quality of material and workmanship. You can't tell how much it will cost to insulate your home by what Mr. Jones paid. There's only one way to find out exactly what Eagle Home Insulation—or any other-— , *• * — —- V .~-,^*~j WT44M.I, J-rWgji.^ AAWAJLIU J..liOUlClLlLUl~—tJl ClJ will cost you. That's by requesting a free engineering survey of your home today. But you can get an idea of value by considering these facts: J, An Eagle Certified Insulation Job cuts fuel consumption as much as Jt W% .. . actually pays for itself V out of fuel savings. y Eagle Insulation j has been paid for is permanent. Long after it ihe fuel savings continue. » Eagle Insulation fire damage in m|iny progress of the fire is fireproof. It has reduced homes by retarding drafts due to unev mer, keeps even cooler. What are these features worth to you? They're Certified Insulation Job will cost. Find out for yourself by calling today for a free absolutely no obligation. Every homeowner can afford Eagle Home Ins without it. , An Eagle Insulatec. home is a cleaner home. {Hashes redecorating costs. 5, An Eagle Certified Insulation Job helps protect health by elim nating cold sidewalls and = EAGLE If] Cowan Build WOtER - n A !*„„-•!«..„, n temperatures. In sum- pstairs rooms up to 15° worth more — much more— than an Eagle ngineering survey of your home. There's lation — no homeowner can afford to be ng Supply Co Phone 275 ass Nothing could please •Hf Mother more than | Graham's I SLIPS I 1.49 to 2.49 ~S Smooth satin or rayon 3jj crepes. Lace trim or S tailored styles a?e per- 5g f ec* fitting garments that S=j wash well. Sizes 32 to S5S 38. Colors white or pink. Cotton Orestes Perfect extra gift for Mother. A crisp new cotton. Well tailored coat dress, shirtwaist- ers, practical as they are pretty and cool. Hight for now through summer. 12 to 18, 38 to 52. Choose from these two big groups of summer styles. 2.98 Jewelry 1.00 to 5.00 Glamour gifts for Mother. Stars of fashio. Beads, pins, necklaces, earrings. Every piece new and attractive. 3.98 Dickies 1.39 to 2.29 Styles for every suit. Crisp white dickies. Lace trim, round necklines — Washable, wearable colors.. ' Dinner ware for Every Table 32 Piece Set* Service for six Service that gives freshness to your table Her« ™,,'n your favorite pattern in gold lace flora VOU 'L spray. Gold chain decorations 5,95 Framed Pictures 49c to 2.98 Old master landscapes. Scenes or floral etchings and plaques. Gold, silver, or moldings. Buy War Bonds Toilet Sets Standard brands in two, three, and five-piece sets Consists of face powder, cold cream, toilet water, and perfumes. . 54 Piece Sets Service for Eight Beautiful rose spray or wild rose border. 'Includes cups, saucers, pie plates, dinner plates, fruits, soups, sugar, creamer, platter, and vege- ; 10 QC table dish ._ IP»»«» 69< 10 1.25 Plastic Plaques || 39c to 98c New subjects in colorful pictures, school girl, windmill, dogheads, fruits of all kinds. . Department St ores IIHIIHHHWHHIHI

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