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EARLLEGLER, LAKOTA, RATES UEUTENANCY ILuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler have received word that thair older son, Earl, who began military service last August Is now at F.ort OBelvoIr, Virginia, where he is taking a twelve weeks training at the officers' training carrtp, at the conclusion of which he should receive his commission as second lieutenant. This is an unusual honor which shows a lot of determination and work for Earl is one out of 16,000 to raise his ranking from a private In such a short time. He •was sent to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, last fall with the engineering division and was sent to Virginia the week of March 1. Fort Belvolr is only 17 miles from Washington and three from Mount Vernon and these officers in training are kept busy from 5:30 a. m. until 10:30 p. m., with very little time for sightseeing. The Leglers 1 younger son 1 Fay, who has 'been attending Iowa State Teachers' College, is staying at home this spring to assist his father •with work on the farm. THIRD AND FOURTH STUDENTS GIVE PROGRAM The third and fourth grades cf the local school under the direction of their teacher, Dorothy Devick, presented an unusual number on the program of the LuVerne Cemetery Association Thursday afternoon. It was the rendering of the poem "The Potato's Dance" by Rachel Lindsay in a verse choir. Sally Shirk was the soloist and 23 other children •were the chorus. Evelyn Pergande played a group of clarinet solos and Mrs. Harry Lichty gave a group of G.K. NELSON HEADS SWEA CITYF1REMEN FOR KMBNC YEAR Swea City: Oeo. K. ttelsfln was reelected chief of the Swea City volunteer ftre company at Its laat meet- Ing. Earl Hansen was elected first assistant chief and A. B. Tweeten, second assistant. O. W. Blomster was named president and Julius ingebritson, secretary and treasurer. The other 12 members nrei James Vaux, Buell Johnson, G." W. Johnsoii, Virgil Blomster, Vernon Ewlng, L. A. Maglund, firuce Eckhart, Merle Edberg, J. A. Sanf t- ner, Roy Bravender, Mel Korsrud, Hoi Us Beadlei The fire company meets the first Friday night of every month, to give consideration to local flre protection. An achievment last year was the purchase of a community flre truck. A second son was born last Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Real- son, Cletus Turnbaugh, John Craig, readings for the program. At the business meeting the new president, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, made the anonunce- snent of the appointment of Emory Oyer as sexton at the cemetery for the summer. Mrs. Henry Pergande Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. Fret Wolf were hostesses. MRS. CHAPMAN HEADS PRESBYTERIAN AID The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid was held on Wednesday at the Comunity Hall following a family dinner at noon. At the business meeting reports were made and accepted and it was voted to adopt the association form of organization that has been suggested by the national organization. The local plan calls for meetings of the group every two weeks with a missionary program bein-j given at one meeting a month. Mrs. Irvin Chapman was elected president, Mrs. DeRae Godfrey, vice- president, Mrsj J. L. Lichty and Mrs. Henry Kubly, treasurer. Mrs. F. I. Chapman was chosen missionary chairman with other committees to be appointed at the next schools are each preparln-g a one- act play which will all be given at Vernon on Tuesday evening, Marc 24, at LuVerne, Friday evening March 27, and at Corwith on Tues day, April 7. Milo Miller has joined a civilia unit of the Signal Corps and afte about 10 days in Omaha, he will b sent probably to Lexington, Ken tucky, for a three months' trainin in radio work. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Tiede and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc Miller took him to Fort Dodge las week Monday from which place h went to Omaha. Mrs. Vernon Striblcy entertain e> ten ladies at a Galloping tea las week Monday afternoon as a mean of earning a dollar which each member of her circle of the W. C. S. is to do in the near future Those attending were Mesdames R L. Cdrbin, J. L. Lichty, I. W. Hof H. E. Peitzke, La Verne Jeffers, Her bert French, Hugh Shirk, Waltei Hefti, Guy Giddings and A. W. Dimler. Jos. Lowe, Algona, was guesl speaker at the meeting of the Community club last week Monday evening and talked on the buying of Defense Bonds and Savings Stamps. He urged more serious thoughts about the purchase of these. Hi! meeting which will be on March talk was preceded by a short pro- 25 with Miss Jennie Mason. .Governor George Wilson has been secured as speaker at the annual Father and Son banquet which will bs held Friday evening, March 20, at the school auditorium. The Rev. L. Wittenburg is the toastmaster. 'Lloyd Zentner stored his household goods the latter part of the week and went to Algona wheie he will be employed at the Kent Motor Co. Dale will continue to manage the Phillips 66 gas station for the present. <3:»rwith, Vernon Township consolidated school and LuVerne high pram of musical numbers by the high school students. Plans were made for a First Aid class to bo given by Dr. R. L. Corbin, to include the twelve volunteer firemen and others interested. Shjore Leave Limited Wars take no time out for weddings, but the Navy granted Petty Officer Leonard Jergensen of Dike, Iowa, 18 hours in which to take n wife and go on a honeymoon, according to a Boston, Mass., newspaper. Jergensen married Priscilla Choquette, of Boston, Fob 23, the paper stated. NOTICE To All Persons in Kossuth County Who Purchase, Possess, Sell or Use Explosives of Any Kind . . . The Federal Government now requires that all persons engaged in any way in the Purchase, use or sale of explosives must have a license from the county auditor of the county in which you operate. All temporary licenses which have been issued expired March 1,1942, and you must purchase a new full-year license. This is important so do not delay. The license fee is 25 cents. Licenses are of three kinds: (1) Vendors License—Allows you to purchase, possess and sell explosives. (2) Purchasers License—Allows you to purchase, possess and use explosives. (3) Foreman's License—Allows you to purchase and possess explosives. Ammunition for guns and rifles are not included under the above law. For full information, see the county auditor at once. The Federal Government is going to be very strict about the use of explosives, so better get your license at once. E. S. Kinsey KOSSUTH COUNTY AUDITOR Explosives licensing agent for Kossuth Co. DOAN WOMEN ATTEND VICTORY GARDEN MEETING /Doan: As representatives of the Doan Woman's club and Farm Bureau, Mrs Ross v Buffington and Mrs. Guy Cnrlson attended the county me.ting giving information on Victory Gardens which was held in Algona last Friday. These meetings arc sponsored by the government and plans are being made to have perhaps two more. Follow- up meeting will later be held in the school districts. The next meeting will give information on canning. Everyone is urged to attend the district meetings. Aline Martinek spent Thursday in Britt. The Walter Johnson family, AI- frona, spent Sunday at the Harold Cnrlson home. Shirley and Bernice Goetz and Patty Lou Hansen have all been ill with the measles. Joe Krieps, Sexton, shelled corn for A. J. and Wm. Martinek on Friday and Saturday. The Howard Andrews family, 1'itonka, visited -the Van Hansen [ionic Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins spent Saturday in Blue Earth, Minn., visiting the Agust Scholes. Ross Smith, son of Ray Smith former Doan resident, is now em ployed at the Allen Brink farm Mrs. Rosa Andrews and the Dean Andrews family, Burt, spent Thurs day afternoon at the Ted Hoove ",ome. Mrs. Wm. Larson and daughter Geraldine, Britt, were Sunday din ler guests at the Rudolph Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Marline! accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Amo Angle of Algona to Mason Cit> Thursday. Ted Hoover, tenant on the I. H Hiller farm, was a guest of Mr Miller at the Rotarian din-ner in Algona last Monday. 'Mrs. Emma Moore, who has been assisting at the Dale Thompson lome, Osage, returned Friday to he Rudolph Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover and Mr ind Mrs. Dale Struthers took Rosa Andrews to the Dean Andrews lome, Burt, on Tuesday evening The George Seiiisrgs spent Wed- lesday at the Pete Seaberg home lelping Miss Marie Seaberg cele- irate her birthday. Mrs. Joseph !ko\v and small son, Daniel Lee Iso accompanied the Seabergs. The Henry Nelsons, Doan anc iruce Eckharts, Swea City, were unday dinner guests at the Chas Barrickhan home. The occasion as the bapitsm of James Henry on of the EcUhar'.a. Sponsors ere Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney Vlgona. Mrs. John Hanselman spent part ol last week with her sister, Mrs. Tom Ellefson and is now visiting in Algona. Her husband is now in California, having left with Mrs. Elleflson"s brother, Clifford Hauenstein several weeks ago to be employed in defense work. Mr. Hanselman will later go to California. (Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson entertained the Dsan Patriotic card club on Wednesday evening, March 10, and high scores went to Bryan Asa and Mrs. O. E. Hott, low to Mrs. John Mahoney and travel to Mrs. A. J. Martinek. High, 9, no trump went to Mrs. Amos Angle and low to Wm. J. Martinek. Mr. Nelson's birthday is also March 10. Ladies of the Doan Woman's club who attended the County Feden- tion meeting, Tuesday, in Algonu, were the following: Mesdames Dale Struthers, Tom Young, Gordon Hansen, Percy Brink, Ross Buf- n'ngton, O. E. Hott and Bryan Asa of Doan, Mrs. Harvey Johnson of St. Benedict and Mrs. Amos Angle of Algona. After the meeting the ladiea called at the Angle home i.i Algona. Congregationalists of District to Meet at Wesley Wesley: Wesley will be host to the Mitchell Association of Con- regational churches Wednesday, tfarch 18th, at an all-day meeting with a luncheon at 12:30. The morning session opens at 10. Miss Cozhill and Mrs. Brewster of the Mission Board will conduct a forum at 10130. Rev. J. G. Morgan and Rev. Stiles Lessly will give talks. Separate sessions for men and Afomen will be held in the after- loon. Mrs. MoBeath of Des Moines, tate president of Congregational women, will address the women. CozhiJl will ajso speak. Job* jowenstein 'Of Algona will lead & orum at the men's meeting. Earl Berg, Leslie Mino and Arthur VI. Peterson left last week to join ;he army at Des Moines. .Relatives here have received announcement of the birth of a son Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Schroeder of Seymour. -Mrs. Schroeder was Susie Uhr before her marriage. LuVerne New« to. Resume Publication titiVefnes flflhe\LuV*ftt« Jflws, Buttled publication ottjast.-wfeek «tt 6*. the editor,, ftuilfell Grfelnfan, 6a Made arrangement* for, it to b printed at TItonka while he is 1 m»Htary service. Florence Godfrey who has worked irt the News offlc for some time, v.111 gather news atii advertising to be sent Tuesday eve nlng and the paper Is to be ou Friday mornings. four Corner News Miss Pye, Knutsen, Miss Bjornsen and Miss Erdahl entertained the rest of the school faculty at the Ira Hewitt home. The evening was spent playing "Yuppy." Verne Wegner won high score and Miss Butler captured the consolation prize. Local men who will be in the first hundred drafted in the 20 and 21 and 35 to 45 age groups are: T-3, Arthur Collins; T-9, Herbert Patterson; T-14, Ira Schultz; T-33, Lester Harner;T-37, Emil Koenck; T-4S Roy Mino; T-51, Donald Reid; T-53, Frank Haisman; T-63, George H. Johnson; T-66, Carl Rembold; T-83, Shirley Beck. The biennial town election will be held March 30 at the council room, with the following council members named judges: Mrs. Jenny VIcCrary, G. O. Anderson and Roal Floalson; clerks, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck and Walter Smith. At this ivriting, the 13th, Roal Roalson, for assesors, was the only nomination filed with the city clerk. School election here last week ivas very quiet, only 26 votes being ^ast. Roy E. Bravender was elected or the three year term and David Anderson for the two-year term. he other members on the school ioard are Fred Berggren, Joe Preson and Ole Kvamsdale. At the rrant consolidated school, Ervir. ink and Vernon Hutchinson were lected with 64 votes cast. "ormer Swea City Resident Buried At Elmore, Minn. Swea City: Funeral services fdr lartin Anderson of Blooming I'rairie, Minn.; were held at Elmore last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Anderson, who was about 70, was at one time a resident of this community, having lived on a farm north of town. He built several houses in Swea City, including those now owned and occupied by the Wm. Lelands and Mrs. Harry Johnson and the Chas. Lickman house, where the Mrs. Mike Baker family lives. Mr .and Mrs. sueo Ramus anc sons, Larry and John were Friday evening callers at the Everett With am home. • ' Mr. and Mrs, Earl Miller and son Marvin and Jacqueline were Wed nesday evening supper . guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. L. J. Lowman left Friday evening for points in Illlnbls, His daughter, (Mrs. Ray Smith, took htm to West Bend where he took the train. , The following guests helped- hang paper at the Robert Walker home Friday, Grace Bjustrom, Mr. anxJ Vlrsj Joe Preston, and Mrs. Roy Kollasch .of Wesley. A-600 card party was held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mis. Quentin Bjustrom. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broesder, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson. A line lunch was served. A telephone meeting was held at the Everett Withams Wednesday evening for line ten. This was the annual meeting and 16 members were present. Henry Muller was elected president which was formerly held by Everett Witham for the past two years. John Sabin is vice president. Wm. Drayton was elected secretary to succeed Otto Harlan; Robert Walker, line man. John McNeil! was lineman for the past year. The Four Corners Mothers' an. Daughters' club- met Thursday with Irene Bjustrom and Ruth Harlan assisting. Twenty-two member and three visitors were present, Jes sie Mitchell, Mrs. F. Thompson and Ruth Stephens and son. Pat rolman Hutchinson gave a very in teresting talk and ansewered questions and showed a talking movie which was very entertaining. Rena Cruikshank gave a report on the Federated club meeting which was held Tuesday at Algona. A vote was taken and passed for the club to buy a bond. The club will be entertained at the county farm on Sunday afternoon, March 22. WHITTEMORE ST. PAUL'S MEN'S CLUB MEETING Whittemore: The members of th St. Paul's Lutheran men's club he! their regular meeting last wee Tuesday evening In the Luthefa ticho.ol auditorium. The meeting wa opened with a prayer and serlptur reading by the Rev, W. H, -DlSdher A topic, "The Home and the Radio' Was read and discussed by~ th members and Mr. Discher. Follow ing a brief meeting,the evening wa spent playing shuffle board. The serving committee conalsteu of August Vaudt, Sr., August Vaudt Jr., WoldervVaudt and Herbert Zu mach and served the members 10 the club an oyster supper. H. F Mueller, superintendent of the Lu theran parochial schools, Was i guest of the club. Mr. land Maw. Herman Meyer helped Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn of near JDepew butcher On Wednesday. IMrs. Rose Barto and sister, Mlsa Dora Bierstedt of Algona Were-business callers in .Whittemore, Friday. . , v |Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Kueek and daughter, Betty, and son, Mclvln of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs Bjernard Jensen of Burt visited with Mr. and Mrs A"* Heldenwlth Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth, Theodore Elbert and Frank Seely gjBtended a congressional speech given by Roy Hanna in the Ruth- 'en gymnasium Thursday evening. rlr. Hanna is a candidate for congressman in the sixth district. "It's H-HHitler." As Doctor Me- Creery's stork delivered three boys >use '3 WAy'ClEAMSER' taiily IOOJMS DIRT quickly dkioUii CRUSE klsmoothly scours away STAINS house UiSti CLEANS • DE-ODORIZES PERFUMIZES PiUnlcd Eny Opening Lid Get Them «t YOUR Groctril CASHI IMn to"itr.otir Iban FMi«* I 8:15 a. m KVFD—1400 id filbert And Mr. Albert feat Week •fill! ttlgfltts, editor of the Whit' •temofe Champion the past five ygars, has been ordered t6 active dutvyHth the United State* army. Mr. Hlgglns is & second lieutenant in the infantry Reserve and will report for active duty at,Fort Ben* nlng, Georgia, March 23. The St. Paul's Lutheran Lad- lea 1 Aid .society held Its regular meeting in the Lutheran school auditorium. After a brief business meeting the women of the Aid did Red H. WeHr mt maft itt Vaodt, St., Swea City Ships Tan And Half Waste Paper City: Hugo Fagerliind, the manager of the Quaker Oatt Co., had Shipped 28,989 pounds 6t waste paper from here sln6e J»n. 1, up h> last Tuesday. The paper la stored in empty eorn bins of the Quaker company at Armstrong until a carload accumulates then it is shipped to a pulp mill at P&orla, til. The price has been from 66 to' TOb a hundred pounds.. ' Reduce disease damage to grain crops and make your labor pay more profit by treating this year's higher-priced seed -wheat, oats and barley with New Improved CERESAN. Generally increases yields. One pound treats 32 bushels of, seed at extremely, low cost. Kills certain seed-borne diseases by contact an'd effective vapor action. Wear dry mask •when applying. Come in now for New Improved CERESAN and free Grain Pamphlet. CERESAN , DISINFECTANT for OATS Lusby & Giossi the original'organic mercury SEED DISINFECTANTS A TREATMENT FOBtVERY MAJOR CROP 10-1 Let a Buick Dealer ^^ i«fiB ^^*> ONSERVE YOUR CAR! Play Safe! To Make Your Car Last, Insist on Service According to Factory Standards/ by Men Trained in Factory Methods! A LL CARS don't have the same service needs. •L\.. 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LOVELY SATIN SLIPS Worth at "• 1 A feast • $1.39 -•- Sleek, gleaming rayon latin, tested for longer wear, lacy or tailored. 4 gore types included, I And even at $15, I didn't think I'd find such wonderful fashion details — such magnificent fabrics — such stunning colors. MANY WEEKS TOPAVONS&L's LAY-AWAY KAN Select Nowl Poy little- by-little. Your budget won't hgrdly even notice the imal) payment!. * HMO* *<•*«" ruMHMi «* om* 1H WUIHO »*VIN<* '*«*'* 44- X 7»" *»*» ** Panvll on H4W* ga:,:,., ' ' i . -r^ „ \-~ f * * 7'-- 1

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