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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1942
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ALGONA GROUP ATTENDS PRESS WOMEN'S MEET - About thirty Iowa Press Womei: and their guests gathered at the Lake Shore Hotel, Clear Lake, Saturday and Sunday for the group's second annual Lake Roundup, Attending from Algona were Mrs Merle Pratt, Mrs. R. B. Waller, Chris Reese and June Corey. Mrs. Reese, editor of the Whlttemore Champion, also attended. Mrs. Reese, Mrs. Pratt of the Algona Upper DCS Molnes and Genevieve Sterling of the Advance are new members. June Corey is director of the North district which sponsored the meet- Ing. . Mrs. Douglas Malloch, Chicago, president of the National Federation of Press Women, Chicago, was a guest of honor, and speaker. Gertrude Dacken, a member of the WAAC forces in Des Moines, and former editor of the Press Woman, was also present, and spoke. Russell B. Waller, Y-2c, director of Navy Publicity for the State of Iowa, and co-publisher of the Algona Upper Des Moines, gave the address of the evening using as his subject, "Waves in the National War Effort." Mr. Waller said, "We are not all out yet in the war effort. We must gear ourselves 100 percent to the war cause, as the Axis powers tiave, if we are to win". : W. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, lead the group In song and also gave a short talk. Mr. Hall made the statement that 'Beneath the apparent chaos in Washington, D. C., there are definite indications of a well integrated pattern for winning the war." (Miss Jo Baumgartner of Des Moines, a member of the Press Women, gave a whistling selection—an interpretation of Iowa's Native Songbird,, the Goldfinch. Miss Baumgartner has appeared on various radio programs and other state programs. •' Mrs. Helen Vanderberg, national regional vice 1 president of Boyden, Iowa introduced Mrs. Malloch, Miss Dackeri and the new members of 'the club. At the breakfast Sunday morning Chris Reese 'of the Algona Uppe Des Momes and former -King Blah" on station SjftPB gave a entertannient number with his vl lln. The breakfast was followed by boat trip around the lake on th Prncess which was sponsored b the Clear Lake Commercial Clu" Mrs. Jean- Oson, Story City, stat president, presided at the executlv board meeting Saturday. FABER FAMILIES HOLD REUNION AT WEST BEND PARK A Faber family reunion was hel at West Bend Park Sunday, Aug 30, and a picnic dinner and suppe •was enjoyed with a program in tin afternoon. Those attending wen Mr. and Mrs. John Faber and fa~n ily, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Mat Faber and family, and John Frirt eres, Andrew Kramer and family Prosper Frideres and son, Norber Prideres, and Mr. and Mrs. Pau Thilges, all of Bode; Mr. and Mrs Joe Faber and family of Rodman Joe Wiltges of LuVerne; Mrs. Ver onica Roethler and family, Melvin Faber'and family, Victor Frideres and Mrs. Rosella Frideres, all o Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Faber and daughter, George, Carolyn and Adeline Faber and Loretta Schall ef, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Kirsch -and family of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 'Miller and daughter of Lu-, Verne and Beryl and Peter Mueller of Algona. Eight Wesley Red Cross Workers Are Awarded Service Pin Wesley; Eight Red Cross workers have been awarded Red Cross pins for 150 hours of work. They are Mrs. H. H. Flom, Sr., Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Emil Wester, Mrs Arlo . Dawson, Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. Fred Diekman. These'ladies have been doing knitting .sewing, cutting, packing, typing, solicti^ng funds, etc. SAVE AT YOUR REXALL STORE 50c Pablum 39c 75c Listerine — 59c 50c Ipana 39c 75c Bayer Aspirin 59c 75c Doan's Kidney Pills 59c 35c Vick's Vapo Rub 29c $4.00 ELASTIC STOCKING $5.00 ELASTIC TRUSS '2.98 *3.49 Adding MACHINE PAPER __1UC» V for 25C Our Wall Paper Sale Continues AH This Month 25 % Discount ON OVER 150 PATTERNS * BUY NOW! Save with Safety at Your Rexall Store x K. D. JAMES STOP Hiding Your Head In The Sand It won't get you anywhere, take it from us! When you keep yourself hidden like that, folks forget you. Remember, out of sight . . . out of mind! You business men MUST keep your names before the public. If you haven't advertised in ages, come on out ... let people get a look at you . , . a good, Ibng look! Then, first thing you knoiw tihey'll be getting acquainted with you all over again . . . your business will come back to life, things will really pick up: Don't wait! Advertise in The Algona Upper Des Moines every Tuesday. We're All in This War Together . . . Let's Pull Together for Victory, Buy More Than Your Share of War Bonds! The Algona Upper Des Moines Two Phones— 16 and 17 YOUR NEWS CAUL. MRS. KLHNPEm, 62, WESLEY, DIED LAST THURSDAY (Wesley: Mrs. Albert Kleinpeter, 62, died at her home Thursday morning following a three months' illness. Mrs. K'clnpeter was Caroline Catherine Haverly, daughter of John and Agatha Haverly, and was born January 21st, 1880 ^at Ackley, Iowa. She came with her parents to Wesley BO years ago. She was married to Albert Kleinpeter on Sept. 18, 1900, In St. Joseph's Catholic church. To this union five children were born, aM who survive their mother. They are Leroy H. and Vincent J. of Wesley, Mrs. (Esther) 'for. Leon Smith of Fort Dodge, Mrs. (Adele) Don Melency of Britt, and Mrs. (Thelma) Leo Reno of Ledyard. Also surviving her are her mother, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, three sisters, Mrs. (Josephine) Joe Kleinpeter of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. (Belle) All Stud- sr of Wesley and Mrs. (Agnes) Kuper of Alexandria; 6 brothers, Henry, Jack and James of Wesley, Peter of San Pedro, Calif., Fred of San Francisco, Calif., and Art of Bloomer, Wis. There are 15 grandchildren. Mrs. Kleinpeter's father, John Haverly, died in 1917 and a .brother, Julius, died in 1915. The Kleinpet- ers operated a harness shop until 1918 when they began the opera- ;lon of- the Kleinpeter store. In 1935 their son, Leroy, took over the operation of the store, Mrs. Kleinpeter was an ardent Catholic, a loving wife and mother ind beloved friend and neighbor. She was a member of the C. D. of A. and the Royal Neighbor lodge. (Funeral services were held in St. Joseph's Cahtolic church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock 'with Rev. L. N. Klein singing the re : quiem high mass. interment was in St. Joseph's latholic cemetery with Thos. Mc- klahon funeral director in charge. TWENTY-SEVEN GRID CANDIDATES FOR.HI TRY-OUTS Coach Melvin Nelson found 27 candidates for jobs on the Algona ligh school football squad when he called for volunteers to serve on he team. With several lettermen rom last season and a lot of good material in sight Coach NdUson eels that a good squad can be work- id into the harness for the grid lorifcests. The season opened on Sept. 15 with Clarion High there. Eight Games Scheduled (Pour home games have been sche- luled and four out of town as folovvs: Lake Mills, Sept. 25, here. Eagle Grove, Oct. 9, here. Hampton, Oct. 16, here. (Humboldt, Nov. 11, here. Jamboree, Sept. 15, Clarion. lEmmetsburg, Sept. 18, th/ere. Webster City, .Oct. 2,. there. Cear Lake, Oct. 23, there. Clarion, Oct. 30, there. The Candidates Students who asked for try-outs re Wallace Adams, Vaughan Brown, Warren Barrickman, Glen Colberg, Chauncey Carney, Dick Dale, Robert Devlrte, Dick Godfredson, Bill Holdren, Leslie Hill, Tommy Holmes, Chuck Hardgrove, Donald Hilles, John Johnston, Bob Kuhn, Robert Laing, Carroll Lashbrook, Hugh Matern; Bob McMurray, Dean Olson, Dewey Skilllng, Dick Skillirtg, Dean Sjogren, Lyle Steven, Richard Simpson, James Will and Dick Wheelock. DefemePlanU geWeea; Mildred 1 ' wlft>e*g ' Strs.'Chalmer BShhleksoh were the guests of hondr" at a farewell dinner At the Otto Wilberg home Monday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Manud 'PJetersen and sons, Haifa; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson and family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. John Artdreason and family and Harry Sonittckfleft, Rlng- sted; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange and children, LotlS Creek, atid Heri^ ry Wilberg. Mildred and Mrs. Bonnicksen left Tuesday morning from Algona by .bus for California, Where they expect to get work In a defense plant. . . _ ft-Mrs. Irvln kllnkslefe, df Lakota, bby\ ' Sept. 8-^Donald Leners,/ Emmetsburg, surgical. '• Sept. flMMrs. Lyle Alexander, Al- Boys' State Members Speak to Rotariam IBill Burns, Bill Godden and Doug Brown, members of the Boys State, were the speakers at the Rotarian dinner Monday noon. The boys gave a resume of the many various activities of the boys' legislature which was held in Grinnell Colleg elast summer. They also presented forms, papers and checks, used in the operation of •the week's activities. Highly interesting was the description as given by the boys. : ••.•••• gona, .Sept. 10-JTohw Helaman, Ledyard, surgcal; Mrs. John McNelll, Algona, boy; Mrs. Paul Lonergan, Bancroft, medical. Sept. ii— Mrs. John Metzger,, Algona, boy; Mrs. L. W. Johnson, Irvington, 'boy. Sept. 15— Mrs. Godden, Algona medical; Mrs. W. R. McGrew, Algona, medical; Mrs. Chester George .Algoita, boy. Sept 18— -Mrs. Sherwood ; Potter Algona, girl, boy .borrt IS . ttrsdayV Sepfr lolh, Sd«. , . •Khe l&st quarterly tfonfefefltfe oj ' Four Corner News Temperatures Holding To Normal Levels According to Weatherman Harry Nolte the September temperatures are' holding to about normal. The past week showed a precipitation HighLow of .25 inch.- The record: September 8 70 September 9 ...:„.. 79 September 10 90 September 11 ..!.......'............90 September 12 , 82 September 13 67 September 14 84 59 64 62 68 54 57 61 The soil temperature for the week averaged 72.8 as compared with 73.6 for last week. AROUND IOWA FORMER KOSSUTH DENTIST KILLED IN AUTO CRASH When the automobile of Ed Timmons, Gruver, and the car driven by Dr. D. E. Kulp, Emmetsburg, crashed in an intersection a mile north of Gruver last Friday afternoon, the car driven by Dr. Kuip was so wrecked that the sides were reportedly crushed almost together, killing the doctor instantly. Timmons was badly bruised about the head and .face and suffered a broken nose. Both cars were badly wrecked. Dentistry in Kossuth Dr. Kulp practiced dentistry at West Bend in the early years and later located at 'Emmetsburg. He was also a resident of Titonka and practiced there for some time. He lived in Palo Alto county many years with the exception of several when he practiced his profession in Titonka. He retired from practice about five years ago and since that time had been interested in land holding in his county. Dr. Kulp was 72 years of age. Burial was made in the Emmetsburg cemetery Monday of this week. St- Joe Pitcher Sets New Record With 23 Strike-outs in Game Establishing a new record in strike-outs when he fanned 23 batters, N. Thilges, pitching for St. Joe, teat Lotts Creek in an eleven inning thriller on the home field Sunday with a 1-0 score. Lotts Creek was set down with two hits while St. Joe had six. The thrill of the game occurred in the eleventh frame when Valentine fumbled an infield fly with Thilges on first base and Patterson whammed out a triple which ended the game. Thilges struck out 23 and Kuecker for Lotts Creek, 13. Unlocated Corning firemen were willing to do what they could, to fight a fire, but they coudln't find it. They could see the smoke, so they started traveling down the road but still could not find the fire. After traveling around awhile, they called the Corning telephone office but no help could be given there as to the location of the -blaze. All ro- turned -to Corning and went back to their regular jobs. The next time they hope whoever calls them gives more explicit directions. Half m Century (Clyde Evans of near Manchester found a large snapping turtle. The turtle weighed 40 pounds and it is believed that it is 30 to 50 years old. Happy Children Seven of Monona county's 84 rural schools were teacherless at the time school was to open this year. They were unable to open on time. Seven vacancies in the town schools of the county also had not been filled. During the last six years, 17 rural schools have closed or been absorbed by consolidated districts in Monona county. Flies Through the Air Loran Jones,- LuVerne, was badly injured when a itruck he was driving left the road and ran into a ditch. After hitting a; raised driveway the truck jumped 10 or 15 feet into the air and sailed for 60 feet before, the front end hit the ground. The truck then rolled end-over-end several times. Stop, Thief! Kay Margaret's tricycle was left in front of her parents' home in Glenwobd one might. The next morning the two rear wheels, rubber-tired, were gone. New Homo - A building used formerly as a church has been torn down and Is now a part of the house built recently by Lamar Barnett of Indianola. It was necessary to buy very little more lumber for the house. Barnett has done a large part of the work himself on the six room house, The bell that formerly hung In the church steeple was sent to Delhi, India. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCullough oi Peoria, II 1 ]., spent Monday and Tuesday at the Ray Smith home visiting L. J. Lowmari. L. J. and Jim are cousins. Mrs. Arnie Pedersen and Mrs, Harvey Johnsor ihave spent the past week at the Ray Smith home. Mrs. Pedersen was Laura Jean S^nith 'before her marriage. ., Mr. and Mrs. Ed'Paulln of Genoa, 111,, came Monday to the John Sabln home. Mrs. Paulln and Mrs. Sabln are cousins., The Paulins left Thursday for Marshalltown. Mrs. J. N. Stephen and baby boy were Sunday afternoon callers at the Chet Robinson and Keith Stephens homes and Wednesday callers Were Mrs. Jacobson and son of Falrfield. « (Mr. and Mrs. John >IcNeill became, the' parents of a bajby boy born Sept. 12, weight 8 Ibs. and named Michael John. This makes Mr. and Mrs/Art Crutkshank grandparents for .the first time. Earl 'Miller got home Monday from 'Prove, S. D,, where he has been working on defense work for the past two and one-half months, and with Mrs. Miller and two child- rer left Saturday for Shenandoah to visit Earl's folks over the week end. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. William Hammond were Mason City shoppers Tuesday. Mrs. John Huff, Sr., is enjoying a visit at the home of Mrs. Stanley Gardner this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller of Uie' Sexton. Methodist '^*^ «111 be held on Wednesday 'aftefh6oY| at the Sexton ch.tireh.VMth £»f. John C. Buthmart In chargi. , (Mrs. B. B. Sanders 4 entertained the Sexton WemaWs Society ofl Christian Service at-herhorije on Thursday afternodn. ttol! call wfts answered by a Bible versd containing blie word "crown," Devotions were led by Mrs. John/ Flora. A business meeting* was' conducted by Mrs. Sanders. .Plans, for the chicken supper and baaaar to be held Oct. 1st .in .the. Sexton hall ,were discussed, A m£nu committee consisting of, Mrs. W.-C. Taylor, Mrs, Harvey Steven and Mrs, , Drusllla Noble was appointed.. The -next aid meeting will be held ort Sept. 17th at the home : of . Mrs. John Flofa. Lunch was served by the hostess. LONE ROOK NEWS The Mite society will hold a food and rummage sale Saturday, Sept. 17th. Gust Kraft, Algona, called at the Emil Kraft home Tuesday afternoon. (Mrs. Don Hauck and Marjorie Jean spent the week end with relatives at Mason City. Mrs. Emii Kraft and daughtei Ruth and Mrs. .Jim Long 1 were Em metsburg visitors Tuesday morn ing. • • . Mrs. 1. W. Nelson returned day ' from Amboy, -Minn., - after spending the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jess Hohenstein Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg accom panted the Frank' Humphrey's of Fenton to- Waterloo Saturday where, they attended the Dairy Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt, Mra •frank Householder and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey kath of LuVerne attended the Dairy Congress at Waterloo Wednesday. The Donald Blanchards, the Haran Blanchards and Mrs. Alfred Schultz were supper guests at the J. M. Blanchard home Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of Jesse Blanchard, Jr. Mrs. Harry Montgomery .nee Beuah Gladstone, was honored at a miscellaneous shower In the church parlors Friday evening, about 90 In attendance. Hostesses were Mesdames A. A. Krueger, Erwln Wetzel, Albert Shaser, Glair Bolllnger, W. Flaig, Chas. Morris, Ornle Behrends, Alex Krueger, Arthur Prlebe, CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word, lowed, charge their clients 3c and send No agents commission al- If advertising agents cash with order, they receive per word commission. Ic For Sale Hospital News General Hospital Aug. 31—iEugene Faulstich, Burt, surgical; Irvin Elmers, Burt, surgical. Sept. 1—Floyd Dauger, Thompson, surgical. Sept. 2—Kren Stainbrook, Blue Earth, Minn., surgical; Lowell Habeger, West Bend, surgical. Sept. 3—Mrs. Clinton Rath, Lu- Verne, girl. Sept. 4— Mrs. Albert Llcktelg, Wesley, girl. Sept. 5—Betty Lou Towne, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Joe Buscher, Algona, girl. Sept. 8—Ralph Strayer, Algona, surgical. {Sept. 9—Max Bartholomew, Algona, surgical 1 . Sept. 11—Mrs. Ben Limberg, of Britt, surgical. Sept. 11—Earl Eden, Wesley, surgical. Sept. 12—Phyllis Christenaen, of Burt; surgical. LOCALS Kay Ladendjorf ha» spent the past week at Mason City where she has been receiving medical treatment. : Air*. K jr. MoEvoy took her daughter, Mary, to Waverly Thursday where sh« will 'be employed at the hospital. Mary graduated from the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge in June. Kossuth Hospital Aug. 31— Mrs. Harold Henriksen, Ringsted, girl; Robert Muckey, Algona, surgical; Mrs. George -Kohl, Algona medical. Sept. 1— 'Mrs. Anna Schultz, Ringsted, boy. Sept. 2— (Mrs. Tom Vi.po.nd, Algona, medical; Mra. John Straiten, Algona, surgical. Sept. a— Mrs. Mell Peterson, Algona, boy; John Fehr, Fenton, surgical, Sept. 4— Wilbur Christensen, Titonka, surgical; [Catherine Stebritz, Mason City, medical. Sept. 6— Mrs. Richard Rung, Whittemore, girl; Mrs. Oetu* R«d^1460 Player J'ialon a»4 Rolls, will let it go for 139.00. «6 a month to reliable party. Write today as to when piano can be seen in Algona. 'FOR SALE^-A well-tiled unimproved 80-A farm in Kossuth .county. If you have some money to Invest this is a good place to invest it.—C. W. Nicoulirr, Algona. 37 : 38* FARM FOR SALE—160 acres, 4V- miles south of Swea, City. Well improved and level. $18,000.—Brown Brothers, 50X Lehmann Building, 111. 37-39* FOR SALE—19 good breeding ewes. 2 Black face bucks.—Chester Bailey, phone 2F23. 37* IFOR SALE—300 six ft. flue posts, 2000 rods smooth wire.—E. J. Hodges highway 18.east of Algnoa. 37 FOR SALE—Only beauty shop in small' town. Call 1F4, Mrs. Hem- inigson, Algona. 37* IFOR SALE—Piano.—G. S. Kuhn, 702 South Phillips. 37* iFOR SALE—-Nine head 4-year- old black faced ewes.—Otto Harlan, Algona. / 37* USED APPLIANCES Two good cream separators, 4- hole top laundry stove. Two good Speed Queen washers with gas motor. fTwo One-Minute electric washers. Two Maytags with aluminum tubs, 2 Coronados, and one Woodrow washer. . . . Two good coal and wood circulating heaters, 1 good oil heater. We repair all makes of washing machines. Wringer rolls. Algwna Maytag Co. 37 FOR SALE—About 200 bales of alfalfa.-<3. Winkle, Titonka. 37* IFOR SAIJJ—160 acres, well improved, electricity, gravel road, low taxes, $125 per acre, terms.—Eaton R. Johnson, over S. & L. Store. 37 For Bent IFOR RENT—In good residence neighborhood; clean, modern duplex; newly, well decorated, 'best paint; new storm windows, ventilators; good coal furnace; hot water heater; large closet, wide shelve*; five rooms each floor; ready for gas and electric stoves; garage; near two stores. Call at 222 North Moore street or Phone 704-W ex- «ept Saturday or Friday evening. . 91 Wanted Write Mr.. SchuD*, «t« Jto. 6, Bo* 229A, Waukwha, Wlicon- mand Cafe. A waitress. — Der- 37* TO BUY—1940 and 1941 used Chervolet automobiles — KoBsutb Motor Co., Algona, la. 37 WANTED—Middle aged or elderly lady as companion and for light housekeeping. Permanent job.—.Write or call in person at 600 E, Lucas St.. Mrs. Kate Doege Algona. 37* ftA^C FARM LOANS. Good fe«» y«s*l feet on tell you how Aetna Lifers new farm loan plan does It. For complete terms write or call, Hutchison K Hough. 36-42* .DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, brown, 'blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Moines .office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. • 34-tf WE WILL BUY 1940 and 1941 used Chevrolet automobiles.—Kossuth Motor Co., Algona, Iowa. 37 DENTED FENDERS 1 can be straightened and smoothed to look like new. Experienced workmen. Modern equipment. Bring' us your car.—'Dau Garage. 37 ~WE CANT PREVENtr the accl- dent ibut we can rfepair the damage. Reasonable rates. Ask for an estimate.—Dau Garage! 37 US SHOW YOU the new Chore Boy and. Perfection Pipeline Milkers, Iowa Cream Separators, Quick Meal ranges, Hamilton Beach food mixers ami vacuum sweepers, Philco radios. This merchandise is available only as lojig as it lasts.—Algona Maytag* Co. 87 SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with roil of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34-tf BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Moines. A sales slip with every purchase. I5c each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf GAMBLED USED EXCHANGE Cole Hot Blast heater. Coal and wood ranges. Radios, battery and electric. One^Minste gas washing machine. One-Minute gas .washing machine /We buy coal and wood heaters. 37 STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 65. 31-tf USED MACHINERY One 8' McCormickHDeering binder, like new- One mounted iBelle City one-row corn picker. One Wood running gear. One New Idea spreader One (M-D spreader (auto steer). One Regular FarmaJl tractor with cuWvator-^rubber front. ' One Model D John Deere tractor. Wnde Implement Co, Swea City. Iowa 87 PHONOGRAPH RECORPS--8J1 the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio 4 Electric, Algona, Iowa, a^tf FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 28c per QiOMl SEE )P! FOR R**l Bargains j n Anna, loans, drainage surveying, mt arttewM** on ttif-^PWi 1, m&- baas, phone 99, Alfon*. A0DCSDG MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Res Moines. Regular site. 16c each, 2 for 26c. Large sjze 2Qe each, 2 for 35c. 34-tf Exchange Dept, Basement Good Used Furniture Dintog room—Living room suites Bre&f&st seta. BulW Radios and Wwfcew BJustrom'a Roy Jensen} ; Kfaft, HOTlAn 1 ' 'BftahdMfd, & - j Lr. A. Newftr-ough, IS. M. Jensen, 1, W. Netsdft Aid Mlfis VJO- la Blerle and Mrs. Delmer Angus of Burt, , # \f BANCROFT NEWS g t«» '* W Bertha and Collettf; Welp apetrt last week visiting In Omaha. Mr, and Mrs. darrJohftSbn are the parents of a Bon *orn Monday evening. , ^ "" SMarjorle Walsh left Monday for Mason City, where She Will attend business college. Betty ShllHngton, who has spent the past week In! MJnheApWis and St. Paul, returne'd hofite Suttday. Thomas Hanlfan, *>. Owatonna, Minn., and Pvt. iCdffesfc Hanlfan of Chicago visited trends here last Sunday. Billy Hawbaker received a broken left arm last Tuesday afternoon while playing at the Bijtnc, raft public school. •- .' ' \ , •'. . Clayton Wiley.of Boston, Mass, krrlved last week for a visit wilt his- sister, Mrs, Harold Wllhelm and family, Inez Menke and a friend, Jar Walker of Omaha, Nebr., "visited over the week end at the J. H Menke home. (Betty Lou and Sharon Jean Beck' er of Swea City spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Menke, Mary Ann and Eddie, spent last Tuesday evening at Spirit Lake where Mr. Menke attended a PhlWIps *66" meeting. •Elizabeth Sudmeler, St. Paul, and Richard Sudmeler, Aberdeen, S. D., spent the week end visiting with ftH. feftelVed g badly IftjuWd hafid MBndi^ eVenlfi"^ when an ifoh rod front a binder swung afoilfld striking fil« hand ahd split* ' ' A Real Quality House or Street Frock 470 A style and stripe that is patriotic to wear because of its style as well as its service. A WAYNE MAID coat dress fash* ioned of fine COTTON BROADCLOTH in navy, green or copen stripes. Sizes 12 to 22. « Chrischilles .' and Mil*. <*Bte Nurfe are tho paJeritft of,B,'8bn"Born Friday eve- nfftgi* He M« 'been named Thomas awald. WBifna AUguptlne Is work- IrigYat the NurraihomBV, (Mrs. Ralph Elehenjigr'ger enter* talned at a miscellaneous shower honoring her daughter, Mrs. DoA- ald Reese of Des Mblnes, Friday afternoon In. th.*; Baptist churdh ' ' basement, Or. and 'Mrs! daughter, Kay ... , . arrd Mrs. HftSnlU Murphy and Pat of Cedar Rapids >,and .RoaemarV Murphy of Mcited vlalteid relatives here over the week end, / * ; Mr, and Mrs^Ajtyert Cutler arid Mr. and Mrs. Tonv Larson, DeloreS, Joan and Tommy attended a party at the ; R0bert;MarVlit<.h6me at Amboy, Minn., Sunday for fidmorid Cutler who leaves Friday for the army., \ , ;,, v • :,>,,• . „ Sunday evening guests .al\ the A, W. Kennedy 'home were Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Brink >and -family, of Ayr* shire, Cadet John- Kennedy of T-ul- sa, Okla., ^.^aM^rs/ Ben Brink, Mr. and Mrs: John-Brink 'aha Marie and 'Mrs. Melvin Malloy and s6n, Roger. Sunday dinner guests at the Ed•gar Rowlet .home were :i "Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Neuman, Frank NeU-, man, Mr. and , Mrs. Joe Neuman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence'. , Lappe and .son, Mr. and Mrs. Har-' • f>*d Lappe and Marlene, Donafay Merron, Mrs. Alvln Kalkbrenner ' and children and Mrs. Carl Fisher- baoh and Beverly of Payneavllle, Minn. Here's an All' round Utility Dress $4.00 500 Grand for the office, school, street or stadium! A young fall "POLLA- KAY" number with a whirly-burly skirt and plaid blouse with rib- hugging ,belt. Brown, green or grey—RAYON byDUPONT. . Sizes 10 to 18, Chrischilles BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND SAVINGS STAMPS Consult with GO§SARJ> expert,,., Miss WWreci Davis one day pnjy Friday, Sept, J8tb •J « I'teSs

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