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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1942
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The Algona tJpper Des Moines, FORMER OFffiVINGTON Irvington: Announcements were recived here recently of the marriage of Bert F. Seeley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley, former Irvr.ngton and Plum Creek residents, to Helen Louise Meyer, o daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G3orge Meyer of Whittemore. mony was performed on The cere' Sunday afternoon, Nov. 8, at 2:30 o'clock at the Lutheran parsonage in Glendale, Calif. They are now making their home at 1175 Isabel, Glendaln, Calif. Bert attended the rural schools here in Irvington township and his many friends in this locality w:\sh the happiness. young couple much The Aid socx-ty of the local Presbyterian church served lunch at the farm sale of Mrs. Edna Harr. There was a good attendance. Due to the shortness of the days now rural school Dist. No. 4, with Miss Helen Lemkee as teacher, will not start until 9:30 p. m. and close nt 4 p. m. Mr. arid Mrs. J. ,,vL Cox motored to the Earl Miller home at Burt Sunday where Mrs. Cox was the guest of honor at a dinner celebrat- .\ng her 76th birthday. Little Bonnie Jean, nine months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Minard, has been critically ill with pneumonia. The Minards are employed at the Edward Mawd- sleys. The annual club banquet of the Friendly Hour Woman's club of Riverdale township was held last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends. Due to the bad roads and weather some members were unable to attend. Word has been received here that Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dye of Mason City are parents of a new baby. This makes Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye grandparents i'or the firat time. Mrs. 'Dye is better remembered here a.s the former Edna Brass. Word has been receved that John Miller at Camp Shelby, Miss, has been promoted to first class th classification of radio and telegraph department. John, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Burt, is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox. Those attending the all-day air- ttual Farm Bureau "k.'.ck-off" mest- ing at Bancroft last Friday from Irvington township were Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Capesius, Hugh Black, Mr. and (Mrs. Henry Scheppmun Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and .Edward MaWdsley. Several from here attended the •final burial rites for Charles Green, 52, at the local Irvington ceme- guests. Later in the evening Mrs. Krause served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown entertained last Friday evening as R farewell courtesy for their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Britt who are moving to Baraboo, Wis. soon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman, (Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bfown, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr. Mrs. Leslie Jenkins and Mrs. Lily Black were joint hostesses to the Plum Creek Woman's club last Wednesday afternoon at the Jerr- kins home. After the usual routine of business a humorous reading was given by Mrs. F. C. Volzke and a talk by Miss Antoinette Bonnstut- ter. The next regular meeting m the form of the annual Christmas party will be held at the home of Mrs, Els : c Willrett with Mr*. Doris Keith assisting. TWO THREE-TEAM TIES CONTINUE IN BOWLING TILTS When the Jaycees bested Honey- mead Grandads last week they took second place under the seemingly invincible Mullins Hybrids. And the K. C. boys battled their way up a notch to tie with two other teams for fourth place while three teams are tied for fifth place, standings: The Mullins Hybrids W ..26 L Pet. 7 .788 10 11 12 .636 .697 .607 Jaycees 23 Honeymead Grandads 22 John Deere Tyke 21 Holsum Bread 21. 12 K. of C 21 12 .636 Old Style Lager 20 13 .606 S'lver Gray Cafe 20 13 .606 Fuller Brushes ... .'. 20 13 .606 Wesley Auto 18 15 .545 Burt 15 18 J455 Pioneer 1"i 18 .455 Bnrrv's Miderets 12 21 .364 Women's Lvairup Standing!) Shilts Shoes 17 16 .515 Barker Drugs 17 16 Modern Cleaners Elk Cleaners ..15 ..14 15 .500 10 .4iV tery on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Green, a service man of World war No. 1, was a cousin of Mrs. 'Ralph Lage and nephew of Mrs; Alice Duryea, local residents. Mr. and Mrs. George Richie mov'- <ed last Tuesday to the farm thej have purchased two and a half miles south of Wesley. They have Jived for several years on the old Hammer place.; Harley Hansen has rented the farm vacated by the Rr'.chies for the coming yea 1 .'. Don and Faye Krause entertained the Irvington 4-H club Nov. 27. Due to the inclemency of the weather there were not as many present as usual. An educational reel of movies on "How to Raise Hogs" conjunction with a comedy was shown. At the time it was decided to have a club Christmas party Presbyterian Choir to Present Program on Sunday, December 20 The Prcsbyteran church choii will present its Christmas musicale on Sunday evening, December 20, at 7:30 in the church. There will be a candlelight setting. The program will consist of Christmas carols, anthems by the senior choir and the junior choir, the Syncopation club high school age music club sponsored by the Bel Canto club will assist in the program by singing throe numbers. Christmas meditation will be given by the pastor, the Rev. C. C. Richardson. Mrs. Pau Lindholm is the choir director and Mrs. Fred Geigel is the organist. The regular Christmas, program of the Sunday-School .will be held as usual on Christinas eve. Temp Drops to Nine Below During Week Last Thursday proved the coldest of the- winter so far with a 9 below zero registered. The high for the week was yesterday with 25. Harry Nolte, weatherman, submits the record: December 1 December 2 December 3 December 4 December 5 . December 6 High Low ..21 5 19 20 23 22 25 -7 -0 K U 6 5 FORMER BURT MAN VICTIM OF HEART ATTACK IN WEST Butt: Burt .relatives received word last week of the death of Matt Dransfeldt on Dec. 2, at Silverton, Oregon, from a heart attack. Mr. Dransfeldt, who was 6,' years old. was a brother of Mrs. Frank Bahling and of Fred and Robert Dransfeldt of Lone Rock. The Drairsfehdts 1/ved near Burt for 18 years before going west 15 years ago. He is suvived by his wife, three daughters an dn son, Roland who was inducted in the army Ir November. The Fortnightly <:lub will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. T Heaney. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott were business visitors at Manknto, Minn., Monday. The Friendly Four club met Tues- oay afternoon at the Paul Dettman home. The Ed Kain family, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the L. H. Riedel home. Mrs. W. H. Steward went to Iowa City Friday for an operation at the University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer and Miss Lucia Wallace, Algona, spent Sunday at the K. J. Smith home. The Kenneth Mays, Bmmetsburg, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mays' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick. .Mrs. Mary Dundas, Armstrong, and Harriet Grelse who stays with her, spent Sunday at the Martin Groise home. Mrs. P. W. Kollasch went to Ma-i son City Monday to spend a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Lunsman. Don Barnhart left Sunday after a ten-day visit at the K. J. Smith home. He .returned to Cedar Falls, where he is a student. The Missionary Maidens will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Helen Graham for their regular meeting and annual Christ mas party. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt and son and Miss Bjutterfield, 'Swe,a City, spent Sunday afternoon at the R. A. Clark home. Mrs. Hunt is Mr. Clark's sister. Clarence ^Matson, Oklee, Minn., has been spending a week with his nephews, Vernon Anderson at the Frank Bahling home and Donald Anderson at the Charles Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. George Schrocder, Ames, are parents of a son, born Saturday, Dec. 5. The Schroeders have one other child, a ten year old daughter. The child :s a grandson of Mrs. Carl Bahling and of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroe'der. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson, Austin, M:.nn., visited from Saturday to Monday at the home of Mrs. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. The Durwood Ne.'t- zels, Bancroft, were also Sunday dinner guests at the Neitzel home The boys' 4-H club met last Wednesday evening at the Tom Trenary home. The' following new officers were elected: Harold Fischer, president; Kenneth Trenary, vice president; Jim Woltz, secretary-treasurer; and Junior Schenck, reporter. In honor of Mrs. M. L. Vinaas' birthday the following women spent the afternoon at her home Saturday: the Mesdames W. H. Klamp, Wm. Dehnert, Delia Troutman, Alfred Spongberg and daughter, Mrs. Alma Nelson, all of Algona, Mrs. J. H. Graham aird Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee. ON THE NORTHERN -OONVOY ROUTE—At Sea: Two members of a U. S. Navy gun crew are shown at their stations, befurred against the icy blasts that sweep down from the Arc" tic across the northern convoy route to Russia. At left Is David Rlley of Ludlow, Mass., and at right, James McPerrlri of Birmingham, Ala. • VOUR COUNTY A6BNT and invite the girls' 4-H club as December 7 SSrtsa^^ = ?* 0 ^ WAS \V<-d.-Thurs., Dec. 9-10 FrI. and Sat., Dec. 11-13 FUN-STARS! TUNE-STARS! LOVE-STARS Diana Robert BARRYMORE CUMM1NGS in The Htnry Koslet ?t'jdudion ^ ,**-*>' LteiP> Kmj, l RANCIS John BOLES Andy DEV1NE Wilier Culcti Efhcl Grimes Guinn Williams HENRY KOSTER Added Attractions "Maxell of Time" and Joluuiie Scat Davis in "PBAISK THE LORD AND PASS THE AMMUNITION" and Fun for the family Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, Deo. 18-14-18 Lusty! Brawny! Daring! ntlO PAUUTTI SUSAN MacMURRAY-GODDARD HAYWARD Corwith Study Club Meets at Studer Home Corw.'th: Members of the K. Y. N study club were entertained at the home of (Mrs. Gladys Studer on Thursday afternoon. The meeting was opened with the group singing "America, the Beautiful". Ten members answered to their respective roll call. The group voted to change their meeting day to the second Thursday in the month instead of the first. A demonstration of the home made sewing box was g'ven by Mrs. Lillian Masterson and the "Reconditioning of the Sewing Machine," was demonstrated by Mrs. Lillian Masterson and Mrs. Hilda Masterson. At the conclusion of the meeting lunch was served by the hostess and a social hour was enjoyed. The next meeting will be an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Lucia Studer, whin Phase II, a lesson in Ffrst aid will be ;jiven by the educational coop orators. , SOCIETY Party for Soldier- Mr, and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainor entertained a small group of friends at dinner Monday evening in honor of Cpl. Campbell Humphrey who is spending a few days here. St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Guild of th Kpiscopal church will meet Thurs day for a one o'clock luncheon a the home of Mrs. Glen Raney. Then will be elect'on of officers. Bridge Club— Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes enter lained the members of their bridg club Sunday evening at their home Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard rece'.v ed the prize for high score. Candlelight dub— Mrs. J. W. Sullivan will be th hostess to the Candlelight club a luncheon Saturday noon. This wM be the regular meeting of the club L. O. A. Class— The U> O. A. class of the Con gregational Sunday School will mee Thursday with Mrs. D. D. Paxson a 2 p. m. C. D. of Au— The St. Cecelia court of th Catholic Daughters of America wil hold its regular meeting Thursday Bebekahs Meet— The Rebekah lodge will meet a the lodge rooms Thursday evening Election of officers will be held. Pedoraon-Stantoh Nuptials— This morning (Tuesday) a very pretty and impressive wedding ceremony was performed nt St. Cecelia's rectory When Father Mallinger united in marriage Miss Fern Ellen Pederson, daughter of Mrs. P. J. Pederson (if Randall,: and Lieut. Mark Stairtott, son of Mrs. Josephine Stunton of Algona. The new Mrs. St'anton attended Iowa State Teachers' College, Nebraska ~ University and Colorado State Teachers College. For the past several years she has been a popular member of the Algona faculty. Lieut. Stanton is an Algona high school graduate and attended Cre. ! 'ghton University. Prior to his enlistment in the army he was employed at the Algona creamery. In February of this year he enlistod in the signal corps of the United States army and as stationed at Puerto Rico. After three months overseas ho was recalled to the United States for officers' training at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, where he received hs commission November 30. He has been assigned to the Third Army Air Base Drew Field, Tampa, Florida, where the young couple will be at home after December 12. Approaching Marriag.-. Told— Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained eight tables of bridge Saturday afternoon in honor of Heleir Austin who will be married to Officer Candidate Maurice Michel. The party was a dessert-luncheon and was held at the home of Mrs* .W. K.-Fcrgu- son. , Mrs. Michel gave each guest a quilt'block with the guest's name on It and a red, white and blue thin* ble in which was a piece of paper announcing the marriage date us December 22. Before ouch guest eft the party she embroidered her name on the quMt block and left i 'or the bride to make into a qu''lt Mrs. G. W. Stillman received Ui iirize for high score and Miss Aus tin received u guest prize. Miss Austin is the physical train'.ng in structor in the local schools. I). A. K. Christinas Party— The D. A. R. Society is meeting this afternoon (Tuesday) with Mis a Beth Annis for its regular mcetin; and Christmas party. Plans fo the Christmas Charfty basket wil be discussed. Assisting hostesse are Mesdames D. R. Martin, An tone Johnson, George Free, Joe Cosgrove, Fred Geigel, W. A. Whit ney, D. D. Paxson, A. Hutchisoi artd Miss Ella Thompson. Mis Ella Lewis will talk on the subject 'Christmas Customs of Our Allie Nations."' The study of our allie .'•s the society's subject for'th year. Part}- for Mrs. Gold- Mrs. Ol'ver Mortenson, Mrs. Ed win Wolcott and Mrs. Martin Swan son were hostesses at a party Mon day afternoon at the latter's home honoring Mrs. Raymond Gold, wli Is moving to Albert Lea, Minn. Th group consisted of teachers and of ficers of the First Lutheran Sun day School of which Mrs. Gold wa superintendent. She was also on of the presidents of the Ladies- Aii .society, Mrs. Gold was present.?' with a gr'ft from the group. Auuakiya Camplire—< The Aowakiya campfire grout organized recently met Thursdn, evening at the home of Rosuli Halpin. Helen Austin is gunrdiai and Ruth Ellen Gorman is her as s ! 'Stant. Besides the regular busi ness the girls wrote to Dorotn Nichols one of their members wh is ill. The group consists of Kath ryn Mary Gorman, Rosalie Halpin Donna Jean Mitchell, Shirley He berg, Dorothy Nichols, Mary Lo Sandberg and Marjorie Furst. Woman's Bible Class— The Woman's Bible class of Congregational church will have it annual Christmas party at the horn of Mrs. Andrew Peterson Wednes day evening. The husbands an other guests will be InvMed. Th affair is a covered dish supper wit everyone bringing a covered dis and a small gift for the exchang Mrs. Mary Patterson is in charg of the devotionals and Mrs. Mo; gan and Mrs. Kinteigh are ! charge of the entertainment. o the home of Mrs. William Dehert here gffts were exchanged. The committee In charge was Mrs; Vm. Dehnert, Mrs. Walter Klamp nd Mrs. George St. John. Jnlon & D. 'Club— Legion Auxiliary to Meet — The regular meeting of the Am erican Legion Auxiliary will be hel promptly at seven o'clock on Monday December 14. The early hour is to enable members to return home before the blackout scheduled for that night, Mrs. W. C. Dau's division is in charge. There will be a Christmas program with Mrs. C. D, Schaap reading, "The Legend of the Black Madonna." The Union Township Mothers nd Daughters club will hold Its Christmas party Thursday at the ome of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenk- nson. The program is in charge f • Messrs, and Mesdames Delos Jardner and Chester Bailey. The nenu is In charge of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey and Mr; and Mrs. Earl 'aylor. resbyterian Mon's Club—The Men's club of the Presby- erinn church will have its regular .lonthly meeting in the church d'.ir- ng room Wednesday evening. The wstesses are Mesdames Hugh Col- veil, Halbert Long, H. L. Woodward, Harvey Reuter and C. A. hillips. Paul Lindholrrt and Nyle _,atch are In charge of the program ivhich will have a Christmas theme. Farewell for Betty Gold- Ann Rockey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rockey, entertained eight girls Monday evening at u arewell party for Betty Gold who s moving with her parents to Albert Lea, Minn. Present were Catherine Knudsen. Joan Falk, Joan Wolcott, Mary Lou Sandberg, Frances Bunting, Betty Gold, Ann Roe- tey and Jane Rockey. 1, (Canto to-lMcet-^--" "':'".'.' ' .• The Bel Canto mUsic. club, will meet Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the . library. , The program, "Christmas' in Many' Lands" ,s in charge of Mesdames Eugene Nelson-, M. G. Bourne, H. M. Olson, Lyle Mathes and Roy Christensen. This meeting will be the Christmas party. . - , Beta Sigma Phi Meets— The regular meeting of Alpha Ps' chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will be held this evening (Tuesday) at the D. R. Martin home with Janice Barta as hostess. The project being worked on is the charity one and Mrs. Don Miller is chairman. Chr'st- mas gifts for the charity box will be made. Farnwcll Supper — Irma Lea Deal entertained eight young ladies at a chili supper at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal on Wednesday evening. The party honored Rosic Smith and Mrs. Ivan Kollasch who are moving away. Miss Smith 'a a telephone employee nnd Mrs. Kollasch Is the former Ann McNeil. Young Married Club Meets — The Young Marr!«d club of the Farm Bureau held a meeting Wednesday evening in the basement of the Good Hope church with the ladies of the church serving the dinner. Ray Sorensen of Ames lead the discusson on the subject, "Controlled Farm Prices". * — -.:_ Syncopation Club — The Syncopation Club, high school age branch of the Bel Canto music club, met with Jeanne Buthman on Wednesday evening The lesson on the Fifth 'symphony of Beethoven was given by Jeanne Buthman. The chorus of the club practiced after the meeting. Party for Mrs. Richardson — Mrs. R. A. Cowan, Mrs. W. H. Walker, Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Dorrence Greer were hostesses at a stork shower Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walker honoring Mrs. Robert Rchardson. The afternoon was spent at bridge. Woman's Club— The Algona Woman's club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 *n t^ie library club room. CMrri. O. B. Laing is in- charge of the program. Each member is requested to bring a small article to contribute to the Christmas basket. Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough entertained their dinner bridge club at their home Monday evening. Three tables were in play. Mrs. Chet Williams received the high score prf'Ze and C. R. LaBarre the low score. PftOGttAM TO CflBECK 8W1NB INFLUENZA . .Unless Kossuth county farmers take steps hot to protect thuir swine herds against attacks of flu, the dis* ease Is likely to work/havoc among hogs when (iold, wet weather acts In. This Is pointed out by County Extension Director A. L. Brown, who says the best Way to handle hog flu is to prevent it. Since there Is no vaccine or serum that will eMher. prevent .or cure the disease, the best preventive measures, are to supply adequate shelter from cold and drafts, furnish adequate bedding, feed a well-balanced ration, keep strangers put of hogs lots and keep newly purchas" ed' animals separated frown the home herd for three weeks untM they have proved that they are not flu carriers. Flu is highly contagious and Is easily transmitted from one lot to another by stock trucks and wagons as well as stockmen and newly-acquired hog's. When and If flu does strike, the onset is sudden and the entire herd may become sick In 24 to 48 hours. The first symptoms a,re loss of appetite, a disinclination to move, a dlse In temperaturcj jferky or thtim- py breathing and some coughing. * • • ,, ;• HOME EOONOROSf EXPLAINS PURPOSE OF MEAT SHARING The "Share the Meat" campaign is a conservation measure designed to.distribute the civilian meat atip- ply fairly. Miss Alma Schultz, the county home economist, explains that the voluntary fallowing will be In effect until an adequate system of meat rationing can be put .'•nto operation probably some time after the first of the year. The program affects beef, pork, veal, Iamb and mutton, whether slaughtered on the farm or commercially. Farmers who butcher meat for home use; people who buy from farmers for storage in- freezer lockers and those who eat away from home are expected to observe the weekly allowance. Some families may have to use larger quantities of meat In a single week to avoid meat wnste but should plan to use less at a later time and thus . maintain the 2H pounds weekly average. Farm homemakers may want to avoid waste *by preserving more meat than usual at buteher.'.ng time. 'Glandular parts, such as liver, tongue, kidney, brains and sweetbreads are not Included in the share allowance and may'be twed in addition to the 2% pounds. Poultry and flsh also are'exempt from the share. Children under 12 years and elderly persons .in the family do not require so much meat as adolescents and middle aged family members, so the full 2V& pounds Is not provided for them. Three-fourths of a pound is allowed for children under 6 years and 1% pounds for 6 to 12 year olds. Elderly persons should be.allowed as much as they normally eat, provided that Is less than 2% pounds a week. Brother-in-law of Dr. C. C. Shierk Meet Death in Air Flight Dr. C. C. Shierk receded word last week of the death of his brother-in-law, Major H. B. Leeth, in an airplane accident over Connecticut. Major Leeth was commanding a bomber on a routine flight. Seven persons were on board, five of whom parachuted to safety with Major Leeth and the co-pllot being killed. •Major Leeth was an old-tuner in the avration game, starting , hib flying during the first world war where he was an instructor and continuing his work in that line until his death. He organized and built up an a.'Tport at his home v town, Indianapolis, Ind., and was at the time of his death based at Troy, New York. Mrs. Leeth was spending a leave of .absence with' her husband at the time. They have two sons, one of whom is employed by the Allison Airplane Company with the army in north Africa. ^ Safetygrams Winter Js coning! We all have to face the driving hazards brought on by the ice and the, report on special ptttlefc* of tfWfe* driving (Increased By $& conditions) lowed by the ttatloMl Safety, Opu*cH throtifb StS comfViltte&-otf Winter Driving tta&rd*;' '- • Tto6 following affi nine specific winter ttefflc pio&ttsms: 1. SnoW and 168 cause traffic delays and accidents' for the unwary. A The war pfogfam requires winter, maintenance of heretofore seconds roads that, now are direct foutes to iraduslrtefl plants, military camps, and other defense centers. 3. The need for, speed and promptness In deliveries. , 4. An increasing number of motorized military .iconvoys which must get through !-n all kinds of weather. • • ; 5. The normal winter travel drop Is likely to be less this winter due to war necessity. 6. More night traffic as a result of night shifts in Industry and Increased (bjlghway tranBjrortatlon. 7. Expanded industry , means more drivers with little winter driving experience. 8. Increased travel means, more exposure to accidents, art ominous fact in winter when motpf. vehicle death raids are at or 'net* their 9. 'Fewer new vehteles and the increased demand tor transborta- tlon have lowered the general condition of vehicles (this Is especially important in winter). Follow up onithls,' Next week I will write on 1 how to offset the added hazards of winter • dr.'.vlng. . : Yorktow-ft Here • Bob Mllholln, storekeeper, • first class, U. S.'Navy, of Mount Vernon, has been- cited for dutstandlng performance of duty while engaged Jn the Battle of -the (Midway Islands last suttrfner. : Bob was on_ the Battleship Yorktown when? the. vessel was sunk in that battle. He has taken part in nearly every .major naval battle with the enemy In the Pacific, but ,1s now stationed In this country. .:,.... Old Fddler Dies :' . Truman Ox>k, 91, for many years a contestant at state fair fiddlers' contests died .in Des Moines recently of asphyxiation resulting from a fire started by smoking In bed. Bazaar Sat., -pec. 12 B The public is inv.'.ted to a bazaar, sponsored by the 'United Service Women of America, Unit 96, to be held Saturday, December -'12, at the former A. & P. store building. The bazaar is for the benefit of the boys in service. Donations are being solicited—fancy work, baked goods, rummage, produce, etc. Anyone who has articles to donate for the bazaar is asked to take the items directly to the old A. & P. store building where the United Service Women are in charge of the rest room. Mothers, Bisters, wlives and daughters of men now serving in the armed iforces, who would like to become members of Un.'t 96 of the United Service Women of America, are invited to contact some member of the organization- at tho bazaar December 12. ' The. next meeting of the group will he held at the Legion hall December 21. One License in Week Only one marriage license was issued during the week from County Clerk Mrs McEvoy's office, when John- Ludwig Schultz and Doris Elizabeth Wallace, both of Algona, applied. IOWA Tuesday-Wednesday, December 8-9 • Gary Cooper in "THE GENERAL DTCD AT DAWTT' Second Feature "laugh Y»ur Blues Away" » IIT IOMS Ml :••* mm ESffcmuT mm .*:. KCJTIKC.UI, Thuraday-Ftlday-Safurday, Dec. 10-11-12 • .<•;•;:; V'*~^ t .j; : i:i.> ^•.^-'•:-i'i A Western Musical Adventure Hit! with ROY ROGERS RgJXH TERRY Hall 1 Johnson Choir Second Feature James Ellison Heather in THE UNDYING MONSTER." Sunday Deo. 13 for 4 Days Also Spy Smasher Serial Raph Byrd - in •"S. O. S. COAST GUARD" Betty Grable In "SONG OF THE ISLANDS" Knitting The knitting club held it? annual Christinas party Monday afternoon. The group enjoyed a one o'clock luncheon at the Cook dining room and afterward adjourned Bridge dub Meets- Mrs. W. H. Walker entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday evening at her home. Mrs. Craig Smith received the high score prize and Mrs. Dorrance Greer received the Second high prize. , Eastern Star— The Ejastern Star lodge will have a covered dish supper Wednesday evening at 6:30 at the temple. Following the dinner initiatory work will be given in charge of Mrs John Hospital News General Hospital N«wn November 30—Mrs. Rome Robinson, LuVerne, medical. December 3—Harold Nelson, Algona, surgical. December 4—Mrs, Rex , Noland Algona, surgical; John W. Helmers.l Algona, surgical. December 6—Mrs. Edward, Hoppe, Bua-t, boy. Notice of Sale of Heal Estate In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. In the Matter of the Estate of Eva Sifert, Deceased. To:. Edward. Sifert, Mary Umbenhower, Irene Gunder, (Melvin Sifert, Etna Krull, Henry Sifert Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, L. M. Merrltt, and to whomsoever U may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of an Order to me directed, entered by the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, on the 31st day of August, A. D., 1942, • in the above entitled cause, I have been authorized and directed to sell for cash the real estate located in Kossuth county, Iowa, and described as follows, to-wit: The West Half <W%) of Lot Seven (7) of Auditor's Plat of Lot Six (6) in Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (98) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M., belonging to said Estate. You are further notified that I will sell said real estate to the highest and best bidder for cash, subject to the approval of said Court; said sale to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 17th day of December, A- D., 194?, at 2:00 oVlock P. M., of said day. Dated this 19th day of November. A. D-, 1942. I?, j. HOUQH, AH Administrator of the Estate Gift Ideas Electric Toasters _ _. $3.75 to $18.75 Electric Mixers ___$24.50 Cory Coffee Makers $3.25 Heating Pads -$4,95 to $6.00 Bath Room Scales $3.25 to $5,25 32 Piece Set of Dishes _ ,$7,31 to $11.33 Breakfast Set Dishes _ - r ^ -$1.48 Full Line of , See Our Display of Novelty Gifts Pyrex Ware. All Kinds of Tools Sled* _— _______ -.---- ______ - $1,90 SWis -_------_-,- 1-_$1.50>$$JSO Tricycles __-.-_-' ------ J _ _ _ „ _ jj|,7§ Shoe Skates ______ - — --- _____ -$4,95 Clamp Skates ._----. __________ $t50 Kmas Tree Ught Sets __ - - -39c to $J,69 XmasTreeUghtEtaMw ___,___5ctQl&J Xmas Tree Stands ________ ..... T §9c

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