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'-tW "YC fhe Alirona tTppei 1 Bes Moines, Iowa, Mar ch 11> 1043 T1TONKA WOMEN FINISH GARMENTS FOR RED CROSS fWoftka aewlng de- parttnent of th£ Tltonka Red Cross Chapter have completed IBS garments, The completed articles include 18 bed jackets, size 134; JO shirt waist dresses, size 10 and 18; 106 pllllsklrth, adult giie. Baby gar' ments, 4 klmorias, 4 Gertrudes, 8 nighties, 3 saques, 3 quilts 36X36 toj. pieced and quilted, 2 pairs booties, 3 pairs mittens and 2 blankets. They now have 131 yards of chambray that is toeing made Into blouses, size 40. Miss Rosslyn Hough spent from Thursday until Sunday In Chicago visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and children were visiting relatives at Britt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Frlest of Thompson were visiting the F. G. Elliotts Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hansen and children were dinner guests at the parental Ray (Hansons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Breen took Peter Koppen back to Lakota Sun- CLEAN Painted Surfaces LIKE MAGIC lUadyfoUie No Miming Na Drying tidy house Painted Surface Cleaner Order thli Modern Housekeeping Aid from Your Grocer day after visiting his daughter the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Ben tt.- Meyer called Sunday on Mrs. Henry Wagner, who 18 a patient at the Buffalo den* ter hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Honken and Robert of Buffalo Center were guests of Mrs. Alvln Honken and children Sunday. 'Dorothy Brtngelson accompanied Marion Nellsen to Belmond where they spent the week-end with Miss NcllBcn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and Betty Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and Rosslyn and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. tSchutzer called on the Ray Millers at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Dewall and family took Mrs. Dick Fastenau back to St. James, Minn.,'Saturday after a visit here the past two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Dewall. The Dewalls returned Sunday. Mrs. Roy Pettlecord and a girl friend, both students at the N.Y.A. In Winona, spent the week-end at the parental Fred Adamson home. Mrs. Adamson took them to Albert Lea Monday, from where they took the train to Winona. . The. Titdnka P.T.A. will meet on Monday, March 8, for its monthly meeting. A special feature will be the Marshall Swift quartet of Mason City with an evening .of music and fun exhibit. The usual business meeting will be held. IPJF.C. iDonald H. Calltes, who is at •Camp Lejeunne, New River, N. C., has been graduated from the Signal Battalion at that Marine Base, as an operator of signal equipment and is now ready for assignment to a combat unit on advanced technical training, according to news received from Capt. Arthur Wimer, Public Relations Officers at Camp Lejeunne. SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS You'll find it mighty nice to have a fat egg check coming in each week when egg prices are at their peak. So order Swift's Baby Chicks today— 300 of these sturdy, vigorous little fellows will be producing 1,000 •' eggs weekly before the year is Swift's 'Chicks are bred for fast, economical growth, heavy egg production. • Breeder flocks are selected for jngh production records. Finest pedigreed stock is bred into these flocks. • Flocks are regularly culled— puttorum-tested two and three times a year. Only flocks having less than 8 per cent reactors are accepted. • Hatching eggs must weigh 24 ounces per dozen or over. • Swift's Hatchery is scrupulously clean—operated by a college-trained expert. Be sure of fine quality by getting Swift's Chicks now! SWIFT'S CHICKS LIVE! $ I942 racorcVon 103,268 Swift't Baby Chiclu ihow 98% liability for the hazardous first 3 w«ekf. SWIFT & COMPANY HATCHERY IRVINGTON GRAIN AND LUMBER CO. IN ANNUAL MEET Irvlngton 1 —•The annual meeting of the local Farmers Lumber and drain Company was held last Wednesday afternoon. The officers elected to succeed themselves for the ensuing year were President, Harry Sabin; vice president, John Weber; secretary, Hugh Raney and manager, J. C. Mawdsley. Prank Asa, assistant manager for several years, resigned. Hugh Black wns elected as a new director to fill the vacancy caused by the death of bis father, James Black. Other directors are 'Edw. Mawdsley, H. R. Shilling, John Erpeldlng and J. A. Maasdam. The financial report given for the year was very satisfactory. TEACHER TAKES OVEtt SCHOOL; LIVES IN TRAILER Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell are living In a trailer house near the Falrvlew school and Mr. Russell has been engaged to teach the Fairview school for the remainder of the school term. Several years ago the Russells farmed in this community, first . living on the place now terianfed by the Alton Hurlburts and later on the Ferguson farm. Mr. Russell also taught several schools In Irvington township some years ago. JACK COOPER ACTIVE IN MUSIC IN WESTERN CAMP |Jack Cooper, bass singer in the Cooper quartet, and son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper, Is at Camp White, near Medford, Oregon. For some time he has been with the personnel office and has also worked in the insurance department for the 'boys in service. His group is connected with the 91st division. He has also done some radio broadcasting and is a member of the drum and 'bugle corps. Jack entered the service last year. 'Dorothy Mawdsley spent the week-end with her father, Edw. Mawdsley, and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Schmidt, of Ruthven, visited at the parental Ray Fitch home. The Glen Adrian family has moved to the farm of Mrs. Matilda Weaver. Mrs. Weaver has moved with her son, Donald and family, to the L. F. Rice farm in Plum Creek township. The Douglas Riley family has moved to the Alfred Grill farm, more famHiarly known as the old Fischer place. The Martirt Jordans are moving 'into the house vacated iby the Rileys. The Frank Asa family Is moving to Algona and Mr. Asa will be employed at the Algona Creamery. The Asa family has been prominent In all church activities and the vacancy will be a difficult one to fill. •Mrs. Inez Plunkett. of Des Moines, mother of Robert Plunkett, who is visiting at the home of her son, fell one day last week and severely bruised herself. The accident happened in the Plunkett home. The Creseo and Riverdale co-operators of the Ladles Farm Bureau group met with Mrs. Ben Potter in Algona last Thursday afternoon. The lesson material was presented by Miss Schultz on War Time Meal Planning. Alton Hurlburt was elected the school director in District No. 4. -There are four new pupils in this school, namely, Howard Hurlburt, Tommy Plunkett, Mary Ann and Jimmy 'Klnehard. the two children of Mr. and Mrs. James Kinehard, new tenants for Edw. Mawdsley. 'Mrs. iLyle Steele was hostess to West Bend Vicinity News Items (Mr. artd Mrs. Ray Banwart arc the parents of a son, born Friday, February 20. • Aifs. Edna Hays spent Sunday at Rodman visiting her mother, Mrs. John Walker. ISally 'Drusael spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bleuer of Rodman. Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Justice and children visited Sunday with relatives in Ankeny, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jurgens and daughter, Lonie Lee spent Sunday with relatives at Little Rock. Pvt. Harry C. Schneider arrived last week from Camp Adair, Ore., for a visit with relatives here. John Abbas, who broke his wrist nine weeks ago, returned to his work on the Rock Island Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Elsenbast visited the former's mother, who is ill, at Graettinger Saturday evening. Sgt. Edward Baas of Camp McCoy, Wise., spent the week-end with relatives and friends in West Bend. John J. Collins returned home from Des Moines Wednesday. He attended a Register & Tribune convention while there. Corp. Francis Montag of Camp Atterbury, Ind., is spending a few days with his parents and other relatives and friends. (Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker and Mrs. Ronald Walker and son, Bruce spent Sunday at the Thomas Lawman home in Rodman. (Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart were caled to Kalona, Iowa by the death of Mrs. Gearhart's brother, Everett Teets. The funeral was held Tuesday. Lloyd Peale of Paxton,, Illinois, came Wednesday fo a visit at the W. D. Kuecker' home. Mr. Peale owns the farm on which Fred Kuecker lives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montag, Anna Zita, Jerry Montag, Mrs. John Montag and Mrs. Dan Fogarty spent Sunday with the Ed Montag family at Sac City. IFred Grunlg received word that his nephew, Julius Packard, is at present recuperating in a hospital at Treasure Island. Julius took part in the Midway battle. Mrs. Henry Falb, who has been a substitute mail carrier for some time, has taken over the Elmer Banwart route until such time as Mr. Banwart returns from his Service In the armed forces. Miss Mary Laubenthal, a student nurse at St. Marys, returned to Rochester, Minn., Sunday after spending a three weeks vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laubenthal. Rev. Alvln Maberry of Buffalo Center has been asked to give the Invocation before the Senate and House at the State Capitol on Thursday, March 11. Rev. Maberry Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maberry. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Banwart, Mrs. Elmer Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Anllckef went to Des Moines Wednesday to see Elmer Banwart, who was inducted into the army the first of the week. He was given a pass from camp that he might visit with his wife and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Anlicker wen tto Des Moines last week to attend an (XP.A. gas rationing meeting. They also attended a meeting of the directors of the Independent Oil Jobbers Association. Earnie was again elected vice president. This will be his third term. They returned home Friday evening. (Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jacobs and children of Lilford were Sunday guests at the Andrew Jensen home. Mrs. Charley Freiden went to Anamosa Tuesday to visit her daughter, Lela, who underwent an appendicitis operation last week. Mrs. Freiden returned home Sunday and reports Miss Lela recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kinkade, of West Bend, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Eilene to First Lieut. Jack Evans of San Diego, Calif. No date for the marriage has been set as Lieut. Evans was recently called for overseas service. Miss Eilene, who is working In Des Moines, came home Monday for a weeks visit. The Frank Doyle home is quarantined for diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ricter-s ten month old daughter is the patient and is reported to be quite sick. Mr. Ricter went to Des Moines early Monday morning to be inducted into the service. His wife accompanied him to Emmetsburg and upon her return home found the baby ill. The father was recalled from Des Moines and he was given a three day furlough to look after the needs of his family. Mrs. Ricter is the former Enid Doyle. REV, H.W. JACKMAN OFBURTMOVESTO CHARGE IN OMAHA iBurt—The 'Rev. H. W. Jackman •reached his last sermon here Sunday morning and on Tuesday he and Mrs. Jackman left for their new home in Omaha, Nebr., where he Rev. Jackman will be pastor of he Ames Avenue Methodist church. At the service Sunday morning leven or eight young people and me adult were taken into the ihurch. /The Friendly Four Club meets on Wednesday afternoon of this week with Mrs. H. R. Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener left ast week Tuesday for Huron, S. D., where they expect to spend some ime with a brother, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney re- urned on Sunday from Chicago, ivhere they had spent a week at he home of Mr. Carneys sister and ivith other relatives. C. W. Reynolds, who Is working n St. "Paul, came Sunday for a two r three days visit with his family. ?he Reynolds and Herman Bussies pent Sunday afternoon at the August Bollinger home in Algona. Mrs. Julia Krug, Waverly, spent he week-end at the home of her brother, L. H. Rledel. The Riedels met her at Humboldt Saturday. Mr ard Mrs. Ralph Rledel and daugh- .er, Charlotte of Ringsted, also ipent Sunday at the Riedel home. Ottosen CommunitylNews Chris Torgerson has been ill the past two week. G. I. Purdy has been ill with the flu the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark moved the Riverdale Friendly Hour Club last Wednesday afternoon. The business consisted of the election of- officers and Mrs. Lyle Steele was elected president; Mrs. Raymond Metzen vice president; and Mrs. Wm. Boldidge, Jr., secretary and treasurer. ' ; ' ••"•Henry Scheppmann, Jr., has written his parents, Mr. and- Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, Sr., that he is enjoying his work at his new location. For some time Henry was stationed at a camp in Indiana but now is at White Sulphur Springs in West Virginia, which is a beautiful resort. He is still connected with the ambulance corps and does a great deal of driving. It will be remembered that it was at White Sulphur Springs where the Germans and Japs were detained before the exchange between the two countries and the United- States. <^> 1 *^- S ^£4 &/&fa You? engine's cylinders can't empty. They'll either load up with frwb raw gas when you shirt 'er off, or get caught with s|*le burned gag they can't belch pyt. In these vwlew leftovers are com* sive acida, trapped in th§ engine you can't ispteee ^atePf with pwipt ^iweat" as the interior cook, A»y pheewstry freshmaa tojws these cawsej of biting corrosion, always preseflt^iong before wartws, But when yew say wis ir» frequent use, at fpfeds that thoroughly warmed the engine, it helped ta P$s$t the worst acid effects, HQW different tod§y, wto mileage, epeed, uwi average engine heat are &U down-giving • sponging out apy.Rpids or other: ture, while your CAT stands little used nowadays. .But without e*tr» fata or extravagance you can change to (JmoQCO N^ motor/ oil And get yovj? engine jtRtero^ PH^WSP, . •' plating,,,Ufej cbjrojBivwa.plattog' Jwt as elosjely, thja protective pjirPl*4TJNa wlU bf» irtpt eurfo'c^d to deliwta parts by ft4v8»pe4 aynthgtie weana-ftp 4e- Conoco N^. Though your gasoline- rationed g& makes £BW r«pi 4 y»tt 68H cpffljjf t contpw between times. For yonsJiwIisepyouF'—' ••— ^F 'T^ * ^ ^^ ^^^ ^^f Monday to a farm Southwest of West Bend. John Jaoobson Is employed on a farm near Hardy, where he started March 1st. Cap Kennedy of Spencer was 'a Friday dinner guest at the Henry Lovig home. Bertha Longseth spent last week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. Longseth. The Ladies Rural Club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Long on Thursday afternoon; Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Lie and son were Sunday dinner guests at the Eugene Hoflns home. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgens of near Rolfe have moved from their farm to their house in town. Mr. and, Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley were Sunday dinner guests at the Clyde Eavinder home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofins were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona. . Wm. Coonts of Ware was a visitor at the Clarence Reese home and with her father, Chris Torgerson Art Tabor, Harold Jacobson and Herman Kramer attended a meeting on Swine Diseases at Humboldt Tuesday night. Mrs. Henry Lovig attended the sale at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young, near Rolfe, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson and family, who were employed at the creamery, moved Wednesday to a farm near Clarion. IStaff Sgt. JacoJ) Leist of Florida left Thursday night after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lelst The Lutheran Ladles Aid met at the church parlors Wednesday with Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Mrs. Antone Splech, hostesses. 'Everett Coyle left Sunday with other Algona boys for induction into the U. S. Army. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. James Barber- 01 Belmond had their infant son Dennis Ray, baptized Sunday last in the Lutheran church here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson anc family moved from the Jurgens house to the Steacker house, recently purchased 'by Morgan Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and son of Belmond were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home. The Ottosen American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clara Solberg. The day was spent sewing. Pot luck dinner w-is served. Pvt. Russell Gafctcm of the U, 8 Army stationed in Newfoundland, spent his furlough Hflth his mother Mrs. G. I. Purdy, and other relatives recently. Mrs. Harold Jacobson was a visi tor with Mrs. Fred Benjamin of Bradgate and Mr?. Helen Camp-r bell at the Warren Pftiley Nurstag Home at Humboldt Friday. The P.T.A. met Tuesday night at the school house. The program consisted of a 'Battle of the Sexes," music by the 9th and 6th,Grades, and a solo by Paul Nasby. The Ottosen boys basketball team defeated Dakota City 20 to 11 at Humboldt Wednesday night- On Thursday night Ottoaea w*s defeated by Wvermore, 3g to 14. A gr°up °' fifteen friends helpec Mrs. J. M. Crane celebrate fear •birthday Monday. 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