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ALICE BAUMANN 1AKOTA,WH» TI1WAMAN - Alice Baumann and Mrs. William Lakota, and Bruno were married at s pastor, the Rev. ! officiating, using { ring ceremony. They by the .bride's sister m , * he tPOom'a brother', tnnir'ni steck , er - The ceremony ±L P l a ° e " nder a " «•>»> of ever,, i » l) a and Gertrude r sisters of the groom, were Hn, g H Ju and wore whlte OreSS and carried baskets of white flowers. a ?own «>' 'White MrsVn £ theHmcn Wore dark Mrs Hllmer Hansen and Mrs. Pet- nr T r s ? ng "° Perfect Love" nrecndln* the ceremony and "Living for Jesus" following. A recen- '°" ^« heW for relatfveV at thn 0 the brlde>s Darents foll <>w- ceo- i ~"jY" *"' '*"*' ** ""wins at- oft,, „ * m , edlcal meeting at Mason City a week ago Saturday «, W f "'*«,?• Leslle ' father of Postmaster Walter Leslle, has been 111 the hospital at Buffalo Pontor nn Thursday for treatment Mesdames Andrew Jansen and ' H l e _ t ! a ? d and F1 °rence Hent- Ukena, and Gerald —„ „.„„£ to Mason City last week Wednesday where Mrs. Jansen visited her mother, Mrs C Rippentrop and the others shopped' "Little Larry, six year old son «f Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter, nas been quite sick with scarlet fever. He Is In the first grade in tne local school and fears are felt that other children will also contract the disease, Measles have been running rampant In the school nil winter, but have now subsided. FOUR TICKETS FILED FOR OFFICIALS IN SWEA CITY ELECTION MONDAY . MINfiEPPOLIS We want you to experience « new thrill In hotel living! Be our guest and you'll discovet foryouneli. , « A w«nn friwdly hotpitallty. • An oaoernow to pleaM you • BeauWully decorated rooms. • Food you will enjoy. • V«ty convenient location. •• Freedom from traffic nolm. ••Suipiilingly moderate late*. WriU today lot our Interesting ^ rate card, ' FRANCIS ,„-. DRAKE lOtk ST. ad S(K AVE 50 WHCBEvoui)/n|i/|r)|m| -NOT A ARE AN.I1UIVIUUHL BOOKNUMBEO' ._ City: Voters here have a wide choice for city officials when they go to the polls Monday. Four Petitions have been filed with the city clerk, S. P. Eckholm, two Independent, a Citizens' ticket, and a People's ticket. The first to be filed, was that of Roul Roalson for assessor. Next in order on the ballot is the Citizens' ticket with the fol- Icwing candidates: for mayor, A. J. Christensen; for councilmen. Fred Peterson/A. C. Linde, G. O. Anderson, W. E, Carlson, E. L. Hansen; /or treasurer, J. J. Anderson. On the People's ticket, which was the third to ,be filed, are: for mayor, A. H. Hundeby; for councilmen Herman'Bowman, G. D. Curtis, Myron Johnson, Sam Rystad, Fred Seylar; for .treasurer, Julius Ingebritson; for assessor, L. O. Mc- Nelll. Ore the second independent and the last ticket filed are the following for councilmen: L C. Knudsen, Fred Infelt, C. J. Applequist; for assessor, L 4 A. Haglund. FISHER POST AND AUXILIARY PROGRAM Fisher Post of the American Legion .and its Auxiliary observed its anunal birthday party with a St. Patrick's six o'clock dinner, followed by a formal program. Waitresses at the dinner were junior auxiliary members" whorw"6re quaint Irian" aprons: St. Patrick favors were used. Mesdames Fred Peterson, R. (E. Berg and Geo. K. Nelson were in charge of the dinner. Mesdames Harodl Jones and P. W. Larson arranged the -program which was as folows: Pedge of allegiance to the flag, led by Mrs. Jones; Preamble, A I wish to announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for County Recorder, subject to the will of the voters in the June primary. J. J. DOOLEY led .by Mrs. George K. Nelson; Star Spangled Banner, with Mrs. Chas fx c r hemn i el at the piano, and Mrs. Wm. Thompson as aong leader; reading, "At Oorregidor," 'by Mrs. Thompson; solo, "Mickey" by Maxine Korsrud in costume; Treasure Chest of Memories by Mrs. Larson, moulding roll call of past post commanders and a silent .tribute to the late V. S. Leland. Responses by post oommanders Geo. K. Nelson, G. D. Curtis, Herman Bowman, Ray Marquis and Axel Erlckson, present commander. , , Introduction of past auxiliary presidents by Mrs. Wm. Christensen present president. Responses were, made by Mesdames Thompson, Nelson, L. A. Haghmd, Berg, Peterson, Wm. Peters and Miss Amanda Looft. Our American Legion Auxiliary was given by Mrs. Fred Peterson; solo, Angels of Mercy, Phyllis Anderson; acmmunity singing, led by Mrs. Thompson; reading, "Your Flag and My Flag" by Mrs. Nelson; solo, "If You Don't Like Your Uncle Sammy," by Maxine Korsrud. /Only two charter members of Fisher post are in Swea City at present. They are John C. Haglund and Capt. Jerome- B. Jphnson. Of the 32- charter members of the Auxiliary, three were present, Mesdames L. A. Haglund, Ida E. Larson and* Miss Lulu Haglund. STATE DEPARTMENT GIVES PRAISE FOR OUR SCHOOLS A. J. Steffey, supervisor from the state department of education, recently inspected the Swea City con- aojlldated school. His reporb to Secretary J. J. Anderson follows in part: according to reports reaching this office your teachers are qualified. I was impressed with their interest and personalities. The spirit and morale of the pupils about the building appeared to me to be comniendable. So far as I could tell from observation made during my visit I would rate your schoo ghd AlffMift Upper D«g Moitte^ MRS. CHAPMAN HEADS UIVERNE SCHOOL BOARD /LuVerne: The organization meet mg of the .board of directors of the LuVerne school was held last week Monday evening with Hugh Shirk and Chas, Wolf qualifying as dlrec tors for three year terms. Mrs. Irvin Chapman was reelected president ITJie otiher member,, are Lloyd Smith and Walter Hefti Supt. Vernon Stribley and all the teachers who desired reelection were rehired for the year with increases In salaries; There will be no spring vacation with the exception of Good Friday and the school year wll lend May 17 with commencement exercises on May 15 with Rev. Jack Finnegan, Ames, as speaker. The church day school of the Lutheran church will close the same time as the public school. RED CROSS HOME NURSING CLASS IS ORGANIZED 'Forty-one women registered for the Red Cross home nursing classes when a preliminary meeting was held Frday afternoon Mrs. R L Corbin will be the instructor and one class will be held on Friday mornings from 9 until 11 and one on Friday evenings from 7:30 until 9:30. Those enrolling are Mesdames DeRae Godfrey, Helene Trauger, Harold 'Kersten, Ray Stone, Wm Moeding, Milton Worby, Percy Schlchtl, ohn Stampka, Hugh Shirk, Walter Hefti, Albert Hefti. F. H. Hnitz, Roy Brayton, Wm. Biglng, Kenneth Whitney, John Brink, Harry Ltchty, Walter Engel. Irwin Hof, H. G. French, Henry Pergande, C. W. Cole, George Tiedc, Harold Phillips, Harold Sorensen. Arthur Ramus. Wm. Ellis, S. R, Baker, John Ramus, Lloyd Smith, Jichn Voss, Jr., A. M. Genricli ,Vernon Stribley, Fred Zwiefei. Max Patterson, Chas. Wolf, L. Wittenburg, Howard Hunt, Roy Guy and A. D. Burtis. MRS. ARTHUR KRAUSE PARENTS AT RACINE Mrs. Arthur Krause returned recently from a visit to Racine, Wis., where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Sr., and attended the 25th wedding anniversary of a sister and brother-in- law, Mr .and Mrs Arthur Shock, of March 34,1942 ^—Jaaa.c^iU»--iaf^-j J .«..L^-^f. T _._.— .-., „ a,,-,.,,,-.,- ttaroldj3orense«, P. C. Lichty, an J. L. Eustace. The polls will <b \open at 8 a. m. Robert Chapman, Arlo Dehnert Ruth McGuire, .Roy Nygaard, attid ents at Iowa State College, Ames came home Friday afternoon to at tend the Father-Son banquet at thi gym-audltdrlum Friday evening Honorable George A. Wilson, gw ernor of Iowa will be the guest, speaker. The Band Mothers are to serve the banquet. The Gavd Will club met Thursday afternoon at the community hall with 20 members in attendance. Mrs. Charles Hintz and Mrs. Carl Swanson Were joint hostesses and Mrs. Emily Guy had charge of the social hour. The afternoon was _spent socially with part of the adies playing bingo, while others spent the afternoon visiting and dong needleowrk. A tray lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, April 6, with Mrs. Ted Wagner and Mrs 1. T. Blumer hostesses and Mrs. ifntz and Mrs. Swanson hostesses n charge of the social hour. The Woman's Progressive club met Monday evening at the J. L Lichty home>with Mrs. F. I. Chapman hostess. Fifteen members answered noil call with Recent Scien- iflc Achievements and it proved o be a most Interesting roll call f the year. The topic was science ind Miss Arlene Boyson read an nterestlng paper prepared by Mrs. Donald Hosklns, who recently mov- d to Oakland. A book review, "Madame Curie" was given by Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Both papers proved o be most Interesting. Miss Dorthy Devick sang two Irish num- ers accompanied by Mrs. Harold 3 hllllps and a number of Irisn irs were sung by the group as a finale. Plans were made to hold a bake sale next Saturday afternoon at the Corner store. The bost- ons served a tray lunch in keeping with St. Patrick's Day, assisted by Mrs. Lichty. *he week end with Mrt. Olehn Behse at the hospital there w Ha fo ld u Herzog ' Asa Warner anc? Wm." Stubbe have built the stag of the Methodist church out two feet. The platform will be newly carpeted and there will be enough room bo seat the choir. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Looft and Mr and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, Lakota, attended the home ctcncert of the Dubuque University choir Wednesday, Their sons, Donald Looft and Paul Ukena, sing in the choir. Oscar Warner and Martin Ohm Agona, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Waynard Warner and daughter, of Buffalo Center, were Sunday vis- tors at the Asa Warner home. . ' S C. S. met Thursday at ne Methodist church parlors with £rs. Edw. Halverson and Mrs, L. W. Wiemer as hostesses. A short msiness meeting was held with Mrs. Harold Herzog presenting the alms of the society. Mrs. W. E. >tubbe led the devotions with Mrs -.ars Skaar and Mrs. Glenn Yahne presenting the lesson. A bake ale will be held. The Book club met at the home « M ff' J?' Al Carpenter wlth Mrg Harold Herzog and Jean Everharl as assisting hostesses on Tuesday evening. A St. Patrick party was enjoyed by the group. The following ladles were present: Misses •f (Mnv TV •JOl/II BefmOe Smith, ^vouuima am Ann Jbhnnsen, HeleW NleftAtfsl damea fat* Skaaf, BdW. Kuum« M. Granner, Wilson Brack, " Mayne and W. K. stubbi. BETWEEN AND WITH MEALS LEDYARD NEWS Racine, and a family reunion at the home of her parents. Of the 12 children, all living, all were present at the reunion with the exception of one son, Theodiore, who is in a training camp and was detained on account of a quarantine, and unable to attend the reunion. The event was of especial interest here because so many of the sons and daughters are well known in this community. Besides Mrs. Krauae, who is well known for her interest in the girls' 4-H club work, is the wife of a farmer living north of LuVerne, there is Mrs. Ira Benedict, who married the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict LuVerne. They are now living in Milwaukee, where he Is manager of a National Tea Co. store, Mrs. Robert Willey, who recently moved to Butterfield, Minn., Carl Hanson, who lives now at Bason, N. Y., Andy Hanson, who married Vera Ramus, daugnter ol MF and Mrs WE," Ramus, LuVerne They now live at Franksville. W.'s., and Mrs. Elsie Larson, who moved from Kanawha to Eagle Grove, where she now makes her home. Bev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote were Sunday dinner guests at the Edw. Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus and Mrs. Jack Lynch were Blue Earth callers Thursday. IMr. and Mrs. Joe Welch, Swea City, were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Wenzel home. Mrs. Gifford Smith, Swea City, has been hired to fill the commercial vacancy left by Owen Harrel. Supt. H. M Granner and Mary Ann Hunter attended the schoolmasters' club meeting in Algona Thursday night. Glenn Behse and Maxine went to Rochester. Minn., Saturday to spend MAKE considerably above the average Ir this respect:" He praised .the work done in the manual training department, and was pleased with the systematic operation of the school library and with the way the physical education pnogram is being ex panded. He complimented the custodian, Wm. Christensen, and concluded the report with, "my im- preaslon is your school is well organized >and managed .and .that much credit is due to Supt Schul- In the report which covered two closely .written typewritten pages. Mr. Steffey recommended certain Improvements In equipment which included lighting fixtures and maps. This was Mr. Steffey's first visit here in three years The Rev, Broberg is conducting a Bible conference at the Grant M. E. church this week. The talks are based oh the parables of Jesus. The Swea City teachers attended a district meeting of the .state ;eachers' association at Fort Dodge Friday. School was dismissed for he day. Bill Berryhill, Livermore, worked In the -Lichty^ hardware store last week, Mr .and Mrs. Tom Mason, Clarion, spent last week Monday with his sisters, Lottie and Jennie Mason. Mrs. (Lillie Heese went to Chicago last Wednesday to visit her son, Norman, who Is stationed at the Great Lakes training station. '(Paul Phillips took his mother, Mrs. S. F. Phillips to Iowa City EASIER ruSEfiJi| hous* '" WMCUMSER tawy bums DOT <vkkly diuotot GMASE mtUy KMIS «ny STAINS tUng Company of Forti Dodge WIN AND Tldn hou>4 1 tOWC HUSH CLEANS • DE-ODORIZES PERFUMIZES PtUfitad E«iy Optninj LM GclThcm.tyOURGrocir.l CAJHIIMM to "*"«•« Vim Iktiw" a. m KVFD—1400 ^Ttsft/tejjl Are you all at sea about what to do when A touch of the starter, and your engine rojla into action with split-second, speed It s got. to, because any engine in good mechanical condition will start provided the gasohne in the tank is "hot'^enougli And Phillips 66 Poly Gas is extra hot!... tvtthout a penny of extra cost! Trjf a taafchl. Compare. See if Phillips 66 Poly Gas doesn't give you just about the fastest cold-weather starting, and the finest cold-weather performance, you have ever enjoyed. „„•*"" Remember, the (. 66 iShield is Mch T«*t sand Black llips is the tf> J£M Phill-up with Phillips HARMS OIL CO., Distributors Super Service Station, State & Phillips, Jim McMahon, Mgr, /The Kossuth county directors for 3 .E. 1C at the-annual meeting at Esthervllle, are Art E. Anderson, O. L. Thoreson, L. J, Hanaen and C. F, McGregor, ; Mrs. Lyle Ackerson spent a few days last week with her husband . who is !n training at the Great Lakes naval station. She was join-, ed in Port Dodge by Mr. Ackerson's mother. The Swea City seniors have de» Lusby & Giossi *^ v __-rr r „ [ "" ' * \ , mu-'n£?"?^ c * te ' Mi-year's annual, The Trojan, bo> the business men, thus recognizing the support thi? ,b«sJness mere have always given Mjeir aptivities. Swea City folks who visited the Ice Follies in Minneapolis |ast week included Virgil Peterson, Ray Wardrip, Albert Anderson, Floyd Johnson, the WU1 Thompson family and Ray Smith. , - ' Ten men from the Baptist church attended a ministers and miesion- frjes.'- meettog at SpencerJast Tups* day night. The purpose of the M, and M. board is to create a pension fund for aged ministers and ml sionarles. Tfce KPSWth county TripJe A offering for sale the empty corn bins fa the Farmers Elevator. Tfee price has .been set at 7c per bushel capacity. The first bin sold wwj bough! by the Central Life Insurance company for the farm where «M»J $pd. , O'Green,. whose 8K>i* ^ with. !?teW bjir p ^-pup-c™. i?«s ftjfrjF »»4 iteHlw r"E «T F^BffW"S.*W v^irn b y J i t^t j*- . w . 1 1% last Thursday where Mrs. Philips underwent a physical examination. .Elda Hintz spent several days last week with her parents. She Is a registered nurse and is now working in the St. Francis hospital at Waterloo. Miss Addle Thompson who* has been spending the,winter with Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, Algona, came last week for a visit with Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips were In Kanawha last Wednesday where they attended , the funeral service for Mrs. Lloyd Phillips. Mrs. Edw. Grenway arrived las week Monday from Chicago for visit with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Wm. Ellis and her sister, Mrs Nell O*Connell, Humboldt. The Boy Sco,uts defeated the! scout council members at a benefi basketball game last Thursday eve ning with a score of 51-49. Walter Peterson and Alvin Gronbach were subs, Miss Addle Thompson, Morrison is visiting at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. A dinner will be given at the Thompson home Sunday in her honor bo which the relatives will be guests. Arlo Dehnert, Ruth McGuire, Robert Chapman and Roy Nygaard spent the week end at home between 'quarters at Iowa State College. There is no spring vacation at Iowa-State this year. Mr, and Mrs. Alien Darby and little daughter spent two days this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby, Des Mcines. The senior Darbys were former Sherman township farmers. The last meeting Iw the church yeaj of the Presbyterian Aid will be held Wednesday with Jennie'' Mflsqn, Mrs. Harry Von Draska will 'be leader of a missionary lesson and the Hev. J. B. Rankin will be devotions leader. tflhe W. S. a S. cirples met test Wednesday. Circle No. 1 had a fcwnfly dnlner at the community haU followed by a social evening. Mr?, V*«ion Stribley assisted by J "MV« .Tfth n V.A a a T*» *vi **.*• a 4 * I*« > The BANKER In WARTIME FINANCING THE WAR <™ romln^ ft- the current income of individuals and instiut.ons, so as to accum ulate funds for war. > s bonds and tax anticipation notes. a fheT>e^uS^P9 e r™?^' or ^^ MeBt " 0 '» 1 ««. the Treasury and the Federal Reserve System in planning government fiscal policies. AID TO WAR PRODUCTION or war. The banker can help through his knowledge of business and government 3. To 1« To assist small business wtfth war orders. ?' T« %1 C ? ^ ar l j ldustry both in plant 4 To 5521°'P*te with Federal financing agencies when the jo p^bl bu8ln ess customers to converting plants to —„— proper banking scope war use, in dealing with government agencies, and in other war 7. To cooperate in the regulation of consumer credit under Regulation W. KEEPING THE ECONOMIC MACHINE RUNNING banker's job has become a war job* R is ££ risibility «-« ** funds; handling securities. The | To -TatX&^ faculties, on a new, larger sca.e. 3. To cooperate with the Treasury, in dealing wUh fortto''fund? «»««*»*»«» notes, and handle tax checks, 5 ( To Oil 61* SDP' 1 ' a ^ o *»»«»!««« *.._ i__«i" __ ***o** *M*»wOf ^ 6, To help inte unity. •dft.. government to business *nd business to government -that they may wo rk together with bank Bering A HOUSE IN ORDER 'services. ThJs'njetns; ' I^JK^SS? 1 ? r W Sg!!- e5fPansi0n » nd ~«» —**—t To play hi, p«t ««N^.J||. ^ - Mrs. John Voss, Jr., met at the Stribley home and Mrs. Ray Stone, assisted by Mrs, Wm. McGuire en- tained cirple No. 3. The You"£ People's Union of the JSyang.ellpaj church had a St. f>at- rick'9 pftrty at the ocmmunity hall Tuesday ^vening with some JO young people present. After a short devotion service a social evening was held with Mr. and Mrs; gdwin Hrft} aad Mr, and Mr«u HenryMUI- W ham aRg hostesses. ^ ! fb8f«/te «*t one. ticket printed Sft ' t°H^ f *p|W WW* V -^.*r *5?£1S?WI' iJB®SS#ff -AND IN THE COMMUNITY As a citizen of W, community the banker who i* «ct .himself called into the armed force, has spsciaj «««. upon pubMc l public *8& pr4ce 9 ° ntw>ft 8Rd yis W* ' »»*ww witfcout tW* Oonwuwion <* the 4n^^9t#myi^lf^- m^j •<>f. y 'S3 A'^JK

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