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The AlgMUtfMHM-PM MotnM, Algoaa, lovra. Oct.», 19*1 WOMAN'S CLUBS OFCOUNTYMET ATBURTTUESDAY Nearly a hundred women attended the meeting of the Kos- siith County Federation of Wo- man'a Clubs, which was held at the Methodist church here last Tuesday with the Burt, Tltonka, Doftn, Plum Creek and Union township clubs entertaining. The noon luncheon was served by the Wo- manYs Society of Christian Service. The program Included a piano solo by Kent Ryerson, two vocal numbers by a group of high school students, a talk by Mr. Ley of Lakota on the Scrap Drive, nnd a talk by Mrs. Alfred Coates of Melbourne, Australia, who told many interesting things about that country. Mrs. Howard French of Tlton- ka, county chairman, presided. PAST, MATRONS NIGHT OBSERVED BY BURT LODGE Past Matrons' Night was observed by Kossuth Chapter No. 201 at th< regular meeting last Tuesday eve ning. A short program was given which included a talk on "The Meaning of Eastern Star" by Mrs W. H. Klamp of Algona and twi papers read by Mrs. J. G. McDonal and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, which told of the history of Kossuth Chapter. The chapter was organ'aed in 1898 and during the 46 years of its existence has been served by 32 worthy matrons, fourteen of whom were presented and were given gifts. Chris Leln, Swea City, Is the new meat man at the Vogel grocery. The U. and I circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. L. H. Schenck. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with (Mrs. R. C. Dremmel. A family .night supper will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening, 'Oct. 22. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell spent the week end at the home of their friends, Mr. and Ms. W. E. Thom&s at 'Lake Crystal, Minn. The Algona Rebekah lodge degree team initiated a candidate at the Burt Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday evening. A large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobsou, Marcus, visited Mr. Hobson's mother, Mrs. Mary Hobson, and hla brother, Harold, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy 'Lee and their daughter of Olldale, Calif., visited from Sunday to Thursday of last week with Mrs. Lee's father, L. I. Mann, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clement, of Ames, and their daughter, M?s. D B. Evans and baby of Webster City, visited at the Mrs. C. H. Blossom home last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and Kenneth Cook spent Thursday evening in Fort Dodge where the men attended a dinner and meeting of the Farmers Elevator Service Co. at the Wahkonsa hotel. Mrs. Carl Bahllng and daughter, Patty, went to Ames Friday to spend a few days with Mrs. Bahl- Ing's daughter, Mrs. George Schroeder. George Schroeder, a Son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroedec, was very 111 in an Ames hospital. Mrs. Gordon Whl'tmore and son, Gene, are spending a month at the home of Mrs. Whltmore's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine. The Wh'tmores have been living In Algona but Mr. Whitmore left recently for Vancouver, Washington, •where he was to work in aluminum plant. A luncheon in honor of the birthday of Mrs. C. W. Patterson was held at the H. O. Buell home Wed K. AND H. CO-OP. IN ANNUAL MEET, WESLEY, TUESDAY Wesley: The annual k. and H. Cooperative Oil Co. meeting was held at the-Klelnpeter hall Tuesday evening. More than 400 patrons and stockholders attended. The company showed an Increase of $15,000 in business and $1,000 more dividends were paid out than in any othor one year. The 87 high dividend checks were read amounting to $4,633. 1693 active patrons were served in the past year and 80 new share holders were added. Andrew Gollner of Wesley, Leo Arndorfer of Bancroft and John Boyken of Woden were reelected directors for three years. Donald Edison, secretary of the Farmers Grain Dealers at Fort Dodge, was the main speaker of the evening. Other guests giving short talks were . John Urban, manager of the Co-Operative Service Company of Waterloo; Earl Burr, refinery salesman of Des Moines; John McCollester, salesman, and Earl Caddock, president of the United Petroleum Corporation of Omahii. The regulatinos on gasoline and fuel oM rationing was explained at the meeting. News Items of Fenton Vicinity nesday. Others present were Mrs. P. F. Krlethe of Minneapolis, Mrs. John Recker of Bancroft, and the Mesdames Al Staehle, F. L. Pratt, K. J. Smith, W. W. Boettcher and M. M. Chlpman. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and son Jimmy, Who have been living In Cherokee, arrived Thursday for a short visit with Mrs. Sauerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle, before going on to Sparta, W.a., where Mr. Sauerman has a position with the Red Crews. The Sauer- mafis stored their furniture In Burt for the present. offf/>an'yours..&(. achieving debt-frtc' hpijifs thru OUR IbmWf home -finance, plan. Algona Federal &Loan Savings Pnom FIRE BURNS SEVEN ACRES CORN IN FIELD NEAR DOAN Ooan: A destructive fire was averted last Thursday afternoon at the Jerome Hawkins farm one mile south of Doan church when In burning weeds in a potatp patch a 12 acre fiield of corn close by caught fire and burned about half of the field. It also went through the fence into the adjoining field of A. J. Martlnek, where it burned about half an acre. Due to the as- s'a&nce of Wm. J. Martinek, Chas. Uhlenhake, George Seaberg and Guy Carlson, it was finally extinguished. The husks all burned from the stalks and ears leaving the stalk standing and about two-thirds of the corn on the ground. The add meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Viva Hoover Thursday, Oct. 8, with Mrs. Ella Martinek. assisting. Three was a good attendance and it was decided to hold the annual fall bazaar and supper at the Doan church on Tues- LuVerne Progressive Club Hears President LuVerne: The Progressive Woman's club met at the rural home of Mrs. Elmer Kubly Monday evening with the president's talk at nine o'clock as the high light of the program. Mrs. H. H. PhMlips presided and the meeting opened with the song, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," and the salute to the flag. Mrs. Richard Basham read an articel on the Penal Colonies of Guiana from the Readers' Digest and Mrs. Irvin Chapman's subject was Racial Heritage of South America. Both were very interesting. Mrs. George Tiede read "Patter" from the Readers' Digest Anthology. The guests of the club were Mrs. Emll Anderson and Mrs. Henry Kubly who assisted the hostess in serving a dainty tray lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pertl are parents of a girl born early Friday. They have one other child, a son. Pvt. Harold Weisbrod was reeeirt- Iv transferred from St. Petersburg, Florida, to Lowry Field, Denver, Colo. Miss Esther Luedtke returned to her work at Guthrle Center Wednesday after a few days' visit at the parental H. E. Luedtke home . Harlan Holld'orf and Donald Prew came home Friday for a few days' furlough. They are stationed at the Gfaet Lakes Naval Training station. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Benson of Eagle Grove came Wednesday for a few days' visit at the Ben Mitchell home Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Mitchell are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Light return ed home Tuesday from Iowa Fall! where they visited their daugh. ter, Mrs. Clyde Brooks and fam lly since Sunday. Mesdames Hans Baago, Georgi Jorgenson, S. E. Straley, Sam Weav er, Earl Dean and W. R. Wolfe and Edith Wolfe attended the joint Auxiliary meeting Tuesday at Swea City. Rev. and Mrs. 3. T. Snywer, War ren and Phyllis of Storm Lak visited .friends here Wednesday Warren is enlisting In the navy an left Tuesday, Oct. 13 for Des Molne for a physical examination. Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvlna an Ruth, Mrs. Herbert Rosslter an ittfe daughter, Mary Alcle and Mrs. Arnold Harms, latter of West Bend, drove to Ceylon Tuesday and visited at the George Goerndt home and the Herbert Hagen home. Miss Phyllis Frank and Mrs, Ralph Weisbrod attended a prenup- tlal shower honoring Janice Fink at the St. Paul's church parlors in Ellngsted, Wednesday evening. Mrs. WelsWod gave two vocal selections with Miss Frank at the piano. ' Circle 1 of the W. S. C. S. m«t Wednesday afternoon ait the home of Mrs. F. P. Newel. Mrs. E. W. Ruske gave the lesson from '"The Seed and the Soil." Mrs. Charleb Glaus had charge of the devotions. Mesdames Chas. Newel, E. J. Frank and tena Newel were guests. Mrs. Clarence Wegener entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club at her home on Tuesday evening. Substituting were Mesdames Arlo Ranney, E. J. Frank, Webber Yager, George Yager and A. H. Speth. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber won high score prize and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, ses- ond high. Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Earl Dean. Mrs. Tena Newel led the devotions and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith Melvin Christian and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pening of Humboldt, Mrs. Jessie Sergeant of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wonderly of Somets. •Mr. and Mrs. B'egger left by plane for Portland, Tuesday morn- Ing, leaving from Omaha, here they were taken by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegger. Mahaffey Typewriter Co. .. 46.00 Roy Ste!«man ......* » •> f*J» toy McVay 30.00'MJ>S. Anna Button. ***• QUARTERLY STATEMENT SUMMARY OF PROCEEDING School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter end- Ing September 30, 1942. General Fund Balance from P«»vlous quarter < •. Received during this quarter 1,852.58 Warrants drawn during this quarter 20,439.08 Balance at end of this quarter $12,552.78 School House Fund Balance from previous quarter $17,744.13 Balance at end of this quarter $17,744.13 List of Warrants of Previous Quarter General Fund—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co $ Algona Ice Cream Factory gave the Liberty." lesson from "Author of Red Cross blouses were distributed for sewing. Mrs. F. C. Preul was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Chas. Glaus and Mrs. Clifford Haase of Algona were the guests. The November meeting will be with Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Ins. Agency Laundry Algona Algona Algona Upper Des Moines W. D. Allen Mfg. Co. Frank Bankson George W. Banwart C. L. Barnhouse Metropolitan Supply Co 320.36 Mtiller Lumber Co 216.88 Midland Chemical Co , 324.09 V. V. Naudaln 282.91 Otto Nelson 142.26 N. W. Bell Telephone 99.21 F. S. Norton & Son 1,381.25 Milton Norton Norton Machine Works .... 3eo. Pentecost , Percival Motors Petty Cash Pink Supply Post Dray & Transfer ..., Pratt Electric Co Rand McNally Register & Tribune Reminder Richardson Hardware Theo. B. Robertson Science Research Security State Bank R. H, Shackelford Sjogren- Grocery • A. L. Smith Frank Smith Sorensen Grocery Standard Oil Co Glenn Strayer 30.00 17.40 3.60 4.50 44.01 31.85 67.07 7.69 12.30 2.50 3.60 9.58 128.34 43.30 2.04 31.15 15.89 85.60 7.75 4.26 35.94 3.C8 88.37 «.« *.i» Mrs. Anna euwm,................ Thorpe Wood A Iran Wdrks Treasurer State of Iowa .... Union Transfer Co. ....... Walsh Electric Ob. ....,..*... W. M. Welch Mfg. —... Paul Wendell Music Co. Karl Wlillason ...* Claude White SSl.tS Total H * 6,503.8* Regular Salaries ^'liS'^t Revolving Fund 1,600.00 Total Expenditures $20,439.08 I, Leora K. St. John, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 and 2, is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1942. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, A. D., 1942. (SEAL) E. C. McMAHON, Notary. Lotts Creek News SWEA CITY RESIDENTS COLLECT 44,864 POUNDS SCRAP IN DAY Janitor of Corwith Schools Resigns Corwith: Charles Erickson has resigned as janitor of the Corwith consolidated school after almost 20 years of service. He leaves the latter part of the week for Ogden, Utah, to take his final examination as engineer for the Pacific railroad company. Erie Erickson accompanied him and plans to take up railway work. He has 'been manager of the K. & H. oil station for 65.1 8.2 5.0 24.71 101.37 7.15 8.13 3.00 18.12 Blossom Ins. Agency 85.60 Botsford Lbr. Co 180.67 Brodhead-Garrett 22.54 Brown's Studio 12.00 Bureau Educ. Research .... 4.69 Central Auto Electric 4.95 Chrlsohilles Store 1-86 Chrlstensen Machine Co. 181.40 City of Algona 116.76 several years. Charlie Thompson and William tone 66 day evening, Oct. 27. invited. The public is Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettchor spent Thursday at Rockwell City. The Ed McGuire grading crew is nearing the completion of grading the road a mlie west of the Lotts Creek store. A few weeks ago they completed grading a mile past the Arnold Meyer farm. Rupert Luedtke, U. S. Navy of Great Lakes, 111., spent an 8-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke. Reuben Luedtke took his brother, Rupert to Ames Thursday where hs left by train for Great Lakes. The Ladies' Aid met Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Noah Reisner as hostess. Visitors of the aid were: Mrs. Emelie Siems, Mrs. Herman Gade and Mrs. Ft, L. Jessen, Whittemore; Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl of West Bend. Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Herman Haack of Fairville and Mrs. Wm. Schmicl. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family and Mr. and Mrs. .Wilmer Wi.chtendahl and Marlene attended a -.farewell paHy a|t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger Friday .evening in honor of Kenneth's brother, Harvey, who will leave Tuesday to be inducted into the army. Boughman have been hired to replace Mr. Erickson at the school house. SEXTON NEWS ST. JOE NEWS Authorized Bottler: Pepri Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dod*e CHATTER BOX This week we want to tell you aboufrtwo items; that are a boon to pressing and ironing. One is just brand new—#bje Pres-Klotih, a patented pressing cloth, ehetaiijcallly treated, which enables you; to do a really professional job., You dampen it with a sponge. Then the moisture stays on top the Pres-Kloth until the heaied Iron is applied. The Pres- Kloth eliminates sticking of Iron, protects from scorch and shine, protects garments from wetting, is much easier handled arid lasts longer than the ordinary pressing cloth. It is a big help in home tailoring, blocking knit grments, etc. 69c each. JLR Do you need a new shop- yfng basket? We 'have a beautiful new assortment of almost every kind of basket, willow and raffja. Then we have a collection of Mexican basketry for shopping, waste paper, sewing, and there are matching table mats. Jn Chinese baskets there you "•£» <w UW el **« WWne tor waste paper and To <Jo your Iroitfng 30% faster and eave 20% on electricity we offer you the Korc- seal Ironing Pa4 set, This pad provides » waterproof and Steamproof surface which eliminates many extra stroke* # the iron to dry out toe material after it is tn>ne4JThe are 13.98 each. earthenware c«^efole many g, Fn&gfeJVm j>w wr *lste4 uppi* mm«9, .*»» Ww» WheofeTam* to "They are aH and weH tame, M well es iietog verjr Wtj9c 0v »- e JHLjfl W* have ft second shipment of those nice, all wool throw m «Wt wwt out «o fast s couple week* MO. They are ~ * few p4ssf» 91 high carpeting »n4 are care- Clarence Bormann had his tonsils removed at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. (Margaret Gales left last week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edward Zelmet and family at Los Angelas, Calif. Mr .and Mrs Norbert Frideres were Sunday evening supper guesta at the Lawrence Kirsch home neat Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, Bob, spent the week end I at the August Schad home at Plainview, Minn. ,Mr. and Mrs. Jake Becker and family of near Livermore were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Sylvester Wagners. Mrs. Peter Kayser and sons, Herbert and Alvin, visited with relatives in Dubuque and Sherril's Mound several days last week. Mrs. Nick Reding and son, Bob of Whittemore, Mrs. Cletus Reding and son, Terry' and Mary Jane Reding of ChJcago visited with relatives here Saturday. iBill McGuire spent the week end with his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire and other relatives and friends. BM1 is a freshman at Loras College, Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann en- ertafned In their home Sunday evening. Guests Included Mr. Bormann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann of Algona and his sisters and brothers and their families. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Reding entertained in their home Sunday. Dinner and supper guests were Mi'. and Mrs. John Reding, Mr. and Mrs. (Fred Illg, Anna Kayser, Mr. and and -Mrs. George Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann and family, Mr, and Mvs. Paul Erpelding and Jo Ann, Harold Friders and Gary and Andrew ™- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were business visitors at Oaceola, Iowa Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora are visiting th!« week at the home of Mrs Jennie Barnes in Des Moines. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusillf Noble and Charlotte Ann Wise lef Friday for a visit with relatives al Charles C.'.ty and Dannlell, Iowa. The meeting of the Sexton Church Builders class will be post poned until Oct. 22 when Mr. an Mrs. Leo Stevens of Hutchins w!l entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven snent Thursday at Fort Dodge vis- ttirig Mrs. Donald Bowman, formerly Carmen Wermersen, a niece of the Stevens who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balk are the proud parents of a daughter born Thursday. Mrs. Balk was formerly Juanlta Anderson and this is the first grandchild for the C. K. Andersons. 'A reception and miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening ut the Sexton hall for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven. Games were played. The gifts were opened after the games. 'Lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and committee. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven received many lovely gifts from their friends for their home. They are now living In the house near the D-X station. Swea City: Around 44,862 pounds of scrap metal were collected by Swea C'^tyans in lasjt Tuesday's drive or over 22 tons, which Is a per capita average of 60 pounds. The largest single collection came from the Linde Implement company, who turned in 4500 pounds. The smallest collection was 11 pounds. The greatest variety of articles was collected by Miss Iva Moats who had about 500 metal articles of 78 varieties, Including an old fashioned foot warmer. Other things in her scrap heap included forks, hoes, umbrellas, horse shoes, clocks, nose bag, lawn mower, griddle, gem irons, stove grates, license plates, hatchet, grill work, suction washer, flat irons, wrecking bars, connecting rod, hooks, buckles, snaps, tea kettle, razor blades, log chain, picture frame, stove hook, lamp hangers, ricer, salt and pepper shakera, rake, file, springs, pails, piping. At the East Chain school pupils collected 40,000 pounds of scrap, on Monday, Oct. 5. Mrs. Len Knutson is ill at her home here with pneumonia. J. August Peterson has rented his house to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jeffries. CecM Griffith left last week for treatment at the Veterans hospital The Classroom Teacher Coast to Coast Store Colonial Acceptance Co Thos. V. Conway Cowan Bldg. Supply Decker Brothers Dudley Lock Corp Dutch's Super Service Fort Dodge Tent & Awning Foster Furniture 8.&1 1.32 31.08 62.50 4.74 146.65 26.81 3.15 44.10 20.05 2.25 1.12 Funk & Deim Gamble Stores General Typewriter Exchange 57.80 Ruth Gorman 6.40 Greenberg Auto Supply .... Albert Hagg Harris Conoco Station .... Hlllyard Sales Co Ed Hoffa Typewriter Exchange 462t •J. L Holcomb 4 7 - 04 46.49 288.60 1.20 8.60 Vote for HELEN WHITE Republican Candidate •for Clerk of Court 42-43' Huntington Lab. Inc. Iowa Blind Products 66.80 32.44 P.'R. Irons 158.05 j K. D. James - 109.75 Paul James -••• 3 - &0 Janney-Semple^Hlll 28.30 Chris L. Johnson 2.50 Dick Keith 10.CO Kewanee Boiler Co. 2.21 C. H. Klamp 12.70 Klipto Loose Leaf Co 5.86 Kohlhaas Hardware 30.83 Laing & Muckey , 19-79 in Des Moines. Forty-five women attended the Guests at the Peter Becker home Sunday for dinner and supper were Mr, sird Mrs, Jo* Becker,.Sr., Mr. and M W . George Thul, Mr. and J4rs. John Bepker, John Thul Mr. and Mrs. y, .Mr. and Mis. Joseph Becker, Jr., an4 family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter KJrsph and family, Mr. and Mr«. J&rpjd Ttbul and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann and family, Mr and Mrs. Julius iBeclwr and, Mildred iepker. MA and Mrs, Nicholas Wagner J(ferjorle Reding and Clarence lf- peldlnjz returned home Tuesday tewa » few days' visit with relatives In. Chicago. Mary Jane Red'«g, who, la employed in Chicago, .return* ed with them for a week's vWt W-tb ntsHind other relatives and PORTLAND WOMAN HURT THURSDAY UNLOADING CORN Portland: Mrs. Ralph Roberts was severely injured Thursday morning when helping unload corn at theii home. In some manner her overal was caught in- the tumbling rod and her right leg was badly man gled, also her ankle and knee were injured. She was taken to the Kos suth hospital in Algona. A girl the first child, was bor; to Mr. and Mrs. Anthonw Jandl on Monday, Oct. 12th at their home here. The baby has been named Delilah Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cook, o Stickney, S. D., are here or an ex tended visit at the Ralph Robert home. The Cooks are Mrs. Rob ert's parents. A delegation of 12 women from the Portland IWomap|s} club at tended the County Federation- meet ing Tuesday, Oct. 13th at the Bur Methodist cjiurch. Raymond EiTOers is now home al ter completion of a four week cours at an aircraft school in Minneap oils, He is the eldest son of Mi and Mrs. Envil Elmers. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers en tertained Mr. and 'Mrs. Martin Mey era and family of Algfona, Mr, an Mrs, Arthur Meyers and Velm Meyers, FentQB and Lydia Meyers Burt, at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lee and the: daughter, Linda Carol, California, spent several days here with Lyl and Everett (Manns also Ro Manns and other .relatives here an at Titonka, also at Harcourt an left here Thursday. Dinner guests at the Martin Beck era last week Sunday were: M and Mrs. Henry Scbnakenberg an son, John, Mr. and Mr* Chart? Egel and son, Stanley, a)l of Jrv •ngton township, Mr. and Mis. Job, Simon, Sr-, of West Bend, Mr. an Mrs. Glen Hajw, Harold, Jack, Fran . ces and Doris Cojoper of Algona an County American Legion Auxiliary meeting held here last Tuesday. Gotthard Sanftner suffered an attack of shingles last week. At this writing he is recovering nicely. Jeannette Knutsen, beauty oper- tor at Humboldt, is here helping are for her mother, Mrs. L; C. nutsen. Editor Sperbeck has had the Herid building covered with aspht.lt iding and' roofing which added much to the appearance of tne lace. The Denny Cochrans drove to Ft. Dodge Friday having received word hat Mr. Cochran's father who rec- ,ntly had sustained a stroke of ap- jplexy was seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Butterfleld and the parental Mr. and Mrs. Stewart left Friday for Chicago after several days' visit with the Clyde parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Butter- ield and other relatives. Miss Florence Alberts and Mrs. Walter G. Smith attended the 50th amni.versary home coming of the tenter Congregational church on Sunday. Miss Alberts sang a solo for the morning service there with Mrs. Smith as accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson drove Des Moines to visit relatives over the week end. The Pearsons will visit their daughter, Bernice, who together with her friend, Frances Humphrey, Is now living in an apartment. Alonzo Leach Lloyd Thomas ... LaVerlle Long ... Lorlng Supply Co. Lusby & Giossi ... 14.31 50.00 5.05 6.45 3.07 WESLEY NEWS Wanted! 1000 Laboreis Good Wages Free Transportation To Site Work on United States Naval Depot Hastings, Nebraska Duration 8-10 Mos. Talk to Representative at United States Employment Office, Ft. Doflge, la. Monday and Tuesday October 19 & 20,1942 During Day and in Evening VOTE FOE G. W. BLEICH Democratic Candidate State Representative KOSSUTH COUNTY •Mr. Bleich is a successful farmer living near Burt. He owns one of the finest and best Improved farms in this county. He is a heavy taxpayer and knows the taxpayers' problems. During the year 1933 Governor Herring appointed Mr. Bleich to the Farm Debt Advisory Board of Kossuth County of which board he was elected chairman. This was during the trying times of the depression when people were losing their farms and homes. Mr. Bleich helped many a farmer save his home and also helped many in distress to continue their farming operations. After four years of operation the Farm Debt Advisory board was absorbed by the Farm Security Administration aJnd Mr. Bleich was again selected as Chairman of this body for Kossuth County. During the pttst nine years he has consistently worked for the general Improvement of the farmer. About fifty young men have obtalnet loans to start farming from this • organization and through the advice and counsel of this man these men are now paying off their loans and are an asset to society and to this community. (For about twenty years he served as a Director and Chairman of the Burt Farmers Creamery Company; he served as Chairman of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau and helped to build up this organization to -its present strength; he waa also Chairman o the Kossuth County Conservation League; he helped organize and has served as a director, since the organization of the Bur Savings Bank. IMr. Bleich is not only a good farmer but also knows the prob lems of the small business man during these trying times whei the first objective must be the winning of this war.i He is a man of good judgment and well qualified for the office which he seek and will be a credit to Kossuth County. Vote for G. W. Bleich, the Democratic Candidate for Rep resentative from Kossuth County. You vote will be appreciatec Election November 3, 1942 Julia Ann Studer spent from Friday morning until Sunday evening at her parental Alf Studer home. She is employed in the Beech Aircraft company in Wichita, Kansas as are her sister, Mae Studer and Miss Florence Burke. Mrs. George Kelch of Kanawhn fell Saturday evening and received a painful .back injury which necessitated confinement to her bed for a week or more. She is the former Phyllis Studer, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer and with her husband and two children moved from a farm east of Wesley last spring to his parental, Geo, Kelch farm near Kanawha. LuVerne Family Holds Party for Son Who Joins Armed Forces, LuVerne:* One of the largest parties of the season was given at the rural farm home of Mr. and Mrs, Frank plegger. Sunday honoring their son, Dave, who -with his wife, was visf-tln* here swd who is leavr Ing the latter part Pf the month to enter the armed forces. Their borne is at Couqullle, Oregon. There were So guests including relatives and former friends, pin* ner was served at noon an4 the afternoon was spent in ws»h»U»- eehce. Out »f town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Young of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. M, J^hnwn of West Ben* Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wonderly of L?.yermore, Mr. an^d Mrs. Robert Spejry and Mrs. Walter Ewy, Poland China Boar Sale S At farm fiye miles north and two miles east of Kanawha, 7 miles South an* r= two miles east of Britt. andoah rad^ «t*U<w _ttWs ^~T V r "K * i i" "nY and &£aM V\ *-n* Mrs. Yondsrly, of <Sty, PWfri IfJwte Carrie* Jto. -- Clarence Cjjngmaat and .^,1 Jo&Awm °f §»*«(#*» **£•„.;- TjTpanieJ sjnpupni, Mr. «»4 Mrs. • ^/3a HbuteJL 1&. and Mra* IpW fl^TW" 8 ^ 3W* f ff 8 *^ *^W Saturday, October 24 i;OQ Q'Cloek A cfcoice offering th*t »re deep »nd reftljy sborMeggefl, «xfeft good tern *»4 feet. These pigs WP« well grown, fc lot of them wejgh 88S Ibi. HQW, $fc*y W* Jlf**? by The Angus, the pig they *re all telklpg ptanrt, K 7*1 wwt tt|« *fiJ type of pigs, see these, Write foy free catalog.

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