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m« Atott ffjBW AM K^MI, lowik April a, IMS MRTUND CLUB . H. LEEK HOME SATURDAY Portland Service fclub met with Herman Leek on Saturday; afternoon, with sixteen members 1 ,hi attendance; Mabelilnfe Miller road a report prepared by Catherine Wolf on a talk given at JK teacher's convention at MaSoh Gity recently. It was a talk by Dr. feichard Strums, a radio commentator. Many interesting facts were, Ifiven on conditions in Russia '20 Jrears ago and Russia today^ He spoke of their educational system, army regulations, revolution at Petrogrnd, Stalin, and the improved Jhethods of modern warfare. Dr. Strums stated that sugar is not rationed in Russia as there is none there. The club will begin learning firmy and navy insignias at the toext meeting. , BfclSTOWS SERVE DINNER HONORING SOLDIER SON ; Calvin Brlstow came home Friday evening for a week's furlough. He has been in the service six Clonths and has completed a mechanic's course in Kentucky and has teen instructing others. A family dinner was held Sunday at Clyde Bristow's in his honor. In the afternoon the group visited at the Carl Seip home, near Irvington. They spent Sunday* evening with the Edw. Wolf family. :. lA letter was received recently from Ralph Brlstow stating he had graduated from C. T. S. and has been commissioned a second lieutenant in. the Marine Corps. Easter Church Services LARSEN RETURNS TO CAMP AFTER FURLOUGH Glen Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen. returned to Camp Barkley, Texas, Friday evening after a week's furlough here. He has been in the service over a year. Sunday dinner guests at Larson's in honor of Glen were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Godfredson and sons, Darrell and Rodney of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mrs. E. L. Jennings and Russoll Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Larsen and daughter, Leila. The Larsen family wore Tuesday evening dinner guests at the J. C. Newvillc home, Titonka. Guests entertained at Larsens on Thursday evening were Carl Peters, Frank Tictz and Pauline Weis- howcr, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Zweifel and son, Earl, also Hlwin, Ruby and Leonard Stenzol and the Vernon Larson family. St. Thomas Episcopal ., Holy Communion will be celebrated Easter Sunday morning ,p.t 11 o'clock at St. Thomas Episcopal church. ;;';';• Trinity I,t<the#ui :,! , Rev. P. J. Brancr will deliver his farewell address before^ leaving for his new pastorate at Storm Lake on Easter Sunday morning at 10:30 when there will be English festive services' at the. Trinity' Lutheran,' Holy communion will* be celebrated this evening (Thursday) at the church. , •' ' ' Sunday school Easter services will be held at 9:45 in the morning while services in the German language will be held at 9 o'clock. The public is cordially welcomed to any or all of these meetings. Presbyterian The Presbyterian Westminster Fellowship, the young people's organization of the church, will have charge of the Easter sunrise services Sunday morning at 6:30. The Junior choir will furnish the special Easter music and Kathryn Lorenz will sing a solo. Joseph Skow will be the speaker. Sunday school will be held at 10:00 at the church with the new superinten-. dent, Joseph Skow, presiding. The annual Sunday school Easter offering will be taken and used for the Board of Foreign Missions' work in South America. Easter morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock. Both the Junior and Senior choirs will take part'in the processional and sing during thn services. The Rev. C. C. Richardson will speak on "The Empty Tomb." -There will be a reception of a large grOUp 'of new members Into the church artd there will be baptismal services. The Lenten sacrificial offering boxes with the Easter offerings will be collected. The' aUaf will ^;!^WrBtW,i1*liH' memorial floral offerings given by members and friends in honor of IdVed pries*. fThe -p.'ubllc is Invited to all of these services. Methodist . .,, ... i The Youth' organization''ibf tne 1 church will hold 6:30 sunrise ser- ,vlcfls,' followed,, by breakfast at the chifrrh. Cliiircli School Will -be held at P:45 a.m. with the youth choir singing, "The Lord Is Risen." Worship .service will be held at 10:46 with the combined choirs singing "The Resurrection" and the senior choir "I Know That My Redeemer' Liveth." A ladies' quartette com- ppsed of Orpha Phillips, Jane Mahin, Gladys Bell and Bertha Michel Will sing. Rev. N. A. Price's sermon subject will be "Our Immortality." Ybuth Fellowship will meet 'With Frances Bunting from 7:30 until 10:00 in the evening. Baptist. The Baptist Young People's 'tin- ion will have charge of'the Easter sunrise services next Sunday morning at 6:30 at the local church. The program follows: "Christ Arose," Congregation; Scripture reading by Darrell Sparks; Prayer; talk, "The Living Christian," Eve Presnell; lr!o, "Tell Me More of Jesus"; talk, "The Living Churchj" ElsOri. Fisfch- er; solo, Norman Engstrom; talk, "The Living Christ," Mrs, John Jordan; Closing Prayer. Breakfast wi|l be served by the young people at'7:30.' ; ' ''' Herman Schroeder, Burt, shelled corn Tuesday for Claud Samson. In four hours 2200 bushels wore) shelled and delivered. , . The Good Cheer Club met with Marie Krueger Saturday afternoon. This group has faithfully written letters to our soldier boys since organizing some months ago. Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corvvith, was a dinner guest at Mrs. Tony Jnndl's last week Thursday and attended the Progress Club meeting at Wolfs in the afternoon. The Applegates formerly lived here. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich, has been staying at the Bill Drayton home and helping with the chores before and after school since Mr. Drayton has been ill. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - APRIL 23rd and 24th \ >„. , V -Added Altractiou- KBNNY BAKER - PATRICIA MORRISON - BELITA TED FIO RITA and HIS BAND in "SILVER SKATES" The Screen's Greatest Musi-Gal-Ice-Travaganza Fun for The Family Saturday +C EASTER ATTRACTION * SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY - APRIL 25, 26 and 27 TURNING POINT in Andy Hardy's life! —Added Attraction WALT DISNEY'S "Der Feuhrer*s Face" "Right Timing" News WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY - APRDL 28, 29, 30 i (^ ™ j /srawstE 3fE' A LWSH —-Added Attraction "AFTER MXDNIGBT! WITH BOSTON BLACJOE" 11 CONFIRMED IN ST. PAUL'S CHURCH ATWHITTEMORE Whittemore—The following were confirmed in a class at St.-Paul's Lutheran church Sunday forenoon by the Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor: Ruth Ann Behnke, Phyllis Bell, Robert Braatz, Dela Feye, Dolores Gade, Ralph iJessen, Wilfred Schmeling, Alden' Struesner, Gladys Struocker, Harlan Vaudt and Harlan Wichtendanl. ,' MANY FROM OUT OF TOWN ATTEND HEL.MKE FUNERAL Those from a distance attending the Henry Helmke funeral Friday afternoon from St. Paul's Lutheran church were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Binneboese of Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krumm of Primghar. Mrs. Harry Payne of Los Angeles, Miss Hilda Helmke of Chicago, Miss Alvina Helmke of Sparta, Wisconsin, Dietrick Helmke of Balaton, Minn., George Helmke, Mrs. Kate Harms and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Harms, Julius Harms, Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Block, Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendahl and family, all of West Bend and Hubert .Schultz, of Primghar. GIRLSMMfH SHIRLEY CAPESIUS Ir.vlhgrt6n— Miss 1 Shirley Capeslus was hostess to the Irvington Of iris Shirley Weber, Helen phristensfen presided,-^, M.lss nSChultsSJ • CoUiiJV Hdme' Erfottomfet,' give 1i talk>J>n. poultry raising and gardening, 1vWle Donna Cunningham talked <5n> the "Care of Shoes," and Pay Krause on "How to select proper, fpot\xea>.'| Arrangements were also matte for the Mother's Day parly,, which will be at the Chamberlain home on April 30tli, Mfo. Ramsey Hansen will assist with the club; work during the Spring program.' GREENFIELDS HEAR v - : > FROM TEXAS DAUGHTER ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield' have received several letters from their daughter, Mfs. Walter Hefdt, who was th,e former Edith Greien-'! field. The Helots are now located'! at Mineral Wells, Texas, and Have' an apartment aj ^th'at place which is about three and 'a half miles' from the camp where Mri Heldtls located. Tliey were recently mar-; ried at Camp Wolters by the Rev.' Sqrber, whof iis chaplain for ',lhc ! camp as well as the hospital base' located there. ' •W IRVINGTON BOX IMPROVING ' ATI HOSPITAL 1 IN' ENGLAND^ I Me. ami Mrs..Chas. Bgel received two letters last week from thfelr son, PauJ, who is stationed somewhere 1 in' England where he is ;;re-| euperating at a "hospital base. The letters seem to h'ave come through! without much delay as one was written the 21st of March and the second the 28th. At present he "is attached., -to the f C>uartermasJtei's office, butfwas anxious to return to his old company;' He remarked his ankle was still causing him some trouble due to an injury. A box the Egels had sent him last i Qctober 1st had just arrived 1 and a fruit cake, among other numerous things included in the box, was stHl edible and arrived in good condition. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke moved here from West Bend Monday, to the former Struecker residence vacated by Arnold Wagner. Erwin Vaudt, student at Concordia Seminary 'at St. Louis, is spending his Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Vandt. Sergeant' Eugene Kollasch arrived home Monday for a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Kollasch. He is stationed at Camp Hood, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter Shari Ann and son Gary, of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Mr. and Mrs. Walker arrived at the parental home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and son Melvin, and daughter Betty, of Lone Rock, Rosella and Elenora Voigt of Algona, Milton Espe and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family of here Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade had as dinner guests Sunday in honor of their daughter Delores' confirmation, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers Sr. and son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Esther Ostwald and son Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer of here and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman Sr. of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and family of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G;ule. Among those who attended the confirmation exercises held in St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday forenoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr. or Steen, Minn. The latter will stay for an extended visit with relatives here. Mrs. C. F. Jessen, mother of Prof. P. L. Jessen, of Chicago, Mrs. Edward Hampton and daughter Arlene of West Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Heinemann and Thomas and Stuart Heinemann of Elmhurst, 111., spent several days visiting with Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Jessen. They came to attend the confirmation of Ralph Jessen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schmeling entertained a group of relatives at dinner Sunday in honor of their son Wilfred's confirmation as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and sons of Lone Rock; Mrs. F. Schroeder and daughter Edith and son (Arthur of Fenton; Mrs. Fred Clasing and daughter Janice of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmeling of here. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz had as Sunday dinner guests at their home honoring their sons' confirmation, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz and sons Charlie and Louis, and daughters Mary and Betty °f Waterloo; William Blraatz , and Esther Braatz of Milwaukee; Me. and Mrs. Herbert Braatz and Alvina Braatz of Minnesota Lake, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz of Fairmont, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker-: of. FeiitOB, Marie Struecker of M^son and Rev. and Mrs. Vf,^ D and sens Norman and _ Paul j and BraaU of Whit&nore. * A. S. Roscoe of Eagle Grove is visiting several days with his daughter, Mrs. George Sharp. Paul Watson y left Saturday nignt for the return faip to, Alaska, after spending some time here on a furlough. Mr. -and Mrs. Sim Leigh had their home insulated with rock wool' last week. A firm from Mason City did k the Work.. 'Mi's. Sarah Nelson and mother, Mrs>'Alice Duryea, of Fort Dodge visited last week at the Ralph Lage home. Mrs. Duryea has been wiUi her daughter in Fort Dodge'since Christmas. . Mr. and Mrs. John Lundstrum and family of Britt were Sunday quests at the Andrew Godfredson home. As soon as suitable living quarters can be obtained the Lund- strums are moving to Forest City. J. M. Cox has returned to his home from the Lutheran hospital at. Fort Dodge, where he submitted to -an operation. His progress is reported to be fairly satisfactory. The Cresco Embroidery club presented the Cox's with a basket of fruit. Mrs. Loren Brown was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery Club last Wednesday (a week ago). Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, club president, presided. The program consisted of several musical selections played by Mrs. Brown on the organ, followed by a bulb and plant exchange. Miss Maxine Capesius visited on Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capesius. Maxine, a graduate of the Hamilton School of Commerce at Mason City, left Tuesday for Des Moines where she has secured employment at the Ari- "keny plant doing secretarial work in the office. Elloine and Donna Sharp, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp, new station agent, spent the weekend at Hawarden. Donna participated in a piano recital given there on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp motored to Humboldt on Monday evening meeting the girls there, they coming that distance by train. The four younger children of Mr. and Mrs. James Love of Garner visited last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Patterson. Mr. Love is now employed at the Ankeny plant and Mrs. Love had spent the week at that place. The two younger children remained with their paternal grandparents at Garner. Mrs. Hattie Hudson, mother of Paul Hudson, has come to make her home temporarily with her son. Up until this time she has been living with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Axa Gaugen- mier of Pierre, S. D. The recent floods in the western areas has caused considerable damage at Pierre, hence the change. Plum Creek CfUb The Plum Creek ladles"61ub ' Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson' In Algona. Millie Slagle'dhd Clara Gllbfide •were hostesses. Entertainment coft- sisted of making Easter hats with Madelyn Priebe and Clara Keith receiving, the - prizes. -In the business session Ethel Johnson gave a report on the county federation meeting at Burt. The following officers were elected: President, Mil* He Slagle," 1st vice president, Vivian Kuhn; 2nd, vice president, 'Amy Priebe; 3rd vice president, Jean Benschoter; secretary, Madolyn Priebe; asst. .secretary, Bculah Seeley; corresponding , secretary, Chris. McWhorter;. and assisting corresponding secretary,. Leondre Adams. There were recitations, by Kathryn Hutchlns and Mary Keith and music by the high school boys' quartet. It.was voted to hold the meetings on the second . Wednes 1 day of each month for the coming club year., ',.'".,(• Parties for Mrs. Bftrtteif— ".',./ Mrs. Raymond Norton entertained at a bridge-tea Monday afternoon at her home for Mrs. .Stella Barker, former Algona lady ,whp was 'visiting, here.. Bridge, was played at four tables, with, Mrs. ,Antone Johnson .receiving the .prize for high score';and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore receiving the law score prize. Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained eight ladies at a breakfast at home .Tuesdajf mornin^/for Barker.' Guests included mem of a birthday club to which the visitor formerly belonged. ,i Mrs. E. R. Morrison, whose house guest Mrs. Barker .was, entertained at a 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at her home. Covers were laid for ten and the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Barker, who owns and manages the Grace Ransom; Tea Room in Des Moines, returned to her home Wednesday morning. Sorority Pledges Four— The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi climaxed its spring rushing season with a tea Sunday at the home of Phyllis Parsons. Mrs. D. P. Smith, sponsor, poured. Four young women signed pledge cards at that time. They were Margaret Miller, Phyllis Sandherg, Mru. Dorrence Greer and Mary Ann Flaig. Formal pledging ceremonies will be held for the new members following the Founders' Day dinner to be held April 29 with the Fort Dodge chapter participating.- .. The' chapter, is'completing, a; project this Week! The work' consists of .cataloging, and sorting service men's pictures j-for-thfe^Chamb'er of Commerce. This project is in charge of Mrs. Bob .Wi^'ams. . , • 1 I \'"i • i"'' ' :'••'{ . ' ! . Parties' for Soldier— ' -' ' '• • Mrs. Mattie Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh entertained at a dinner party Friday evening at the Algona Hotel in honor • of (Lieut. James Murtagh. The evening was spent at the Eugene Murtagh's where movies were shown and more , taken. Guests were Mrs. Mell Peterson and son, Mell Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and Sue, Ted and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer, Mrs. Marie Murtagh, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kruse. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and Mrs. Mell Peterson entertained Sunday noon at a family dinner for their brother at the Algona Hotel. Townsend Club—The Algona Townsend Club met at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening for an Easter program. The main talk by Theo Hutchison was postponed due to his illness. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, sixth district presi : dent, spoke on winning the war and the Townsend plan after the war. A short candlelight Easter service was given with readings by Jean Holdren and H. E. Miner. A blackface skit by Mandy and Mose provided much merriment. Reports of the delegates to the convention at Fort, Dodge were given. An Easter bonnet parade and Easter egg hunt closed the program. Lunch was served by Mary Worby and Jean Holdren. Mrs. Weftcnef 18 83— Mrs. Louis Wegener .celebrated he*'83#d'birthday Sunday with a family dinner at her home on North Street, Present were her sons and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wegener Of Swea City, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Wegener of Whlttemore, Mr. ahd Mrs. Sam Warnei 1 ,of Fentbri, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blerstedt of Burt and Mrs. W. J. Slgsbe'e of Fort Dodge. Two sons, Will of' Clinton and Henry, of. Taeoma, Washington. Were unable to attend. Also present w;ere her sister", Mrs, Elizabeth Funk and her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm of Fenton and Mr. arid Mrs. Harlan Slgsbee. Dinner fort Soldier- Mr, and Mrs, Henry Helmers entertained at a Sinner Saturday evening for the latter's brother, Ed-. Deltrlch, who was spending a .furlough from Camp Barkley, Texas,; here and atN Emmetsburg. Present were his sisters, Mrs. Wendy Oswell of Breda and Mrsi Hermah Westburg of > Hardy, his parents, Mr. and. Mrs., Charles Deltrich of Emmetsburg, , Mr. and , Mrs, Aiit Wlldln and son, Jerry • of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Helmers of Algona. The'soldier returned to camp' Sunday, eyenlng. . • , i Bible Searchers Class— ' • , ••• -The Bible Searchers Class Of the •Methodist church will meet Tuds 1 day afternoon at the church, Hostesses are Miss Agnes Bilsborough, MrB. '.Mftry 'Runchey, 'Mrs. Marjr Mmer 1 and Mrs.^wY'L.'Martin. Mrs. Laura Keen is in charge of the devotions. The program will include a' brief review of the book, "The Year of Our Lord" and a history of the twenty-five years' work of Mr. and Mrs. Manley and the life and habits of India. The report will be given by Mrs. W. L. Marlin. Showers for Bride— ••. ..,..' Mrs. R. E. Harr was guest of honor Monday afternon at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Edna Harr. There were twenty guests present. Mrs. Harr was guest of honor Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Simpson. Hostesses with Mrs. Simpson were Mrs. Irving Behrends and Ella Harr. A bathroom shower was given. Mrs. Harr is a recent bride and is the former Rosella Smith. Guild Card Party— ' Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. .Har-; Ian Frank! are the committee in charge of a card party and dancd to be held at the Academy hall Wednesday evening, April 28th, at 8 o'clock. The party is sponsored by the St. Cecelia Guild. Following Grant News FOR.MER GRANT BOYS RECEIVE COMMISSIONS Donald Mayne graduated April 9th from officers training at Mori- mouth . Field, N. J. He is now a 2nd Lieutenant. He left Friday evening for Monmouth Field after spending a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne. Wm. Barger returned Saturday from Phoenix, Ariz., where he attended the graduation exercises of his son, Donald, who completed his course in flying April 12, and has been promoted to 2nd Lieutenant. Donald Mayne and Oonald Barger graduated from Grant Consolidated high school together in 1935 and have also received the same promotions at the same time. The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday, April 28, with Mrs. Tena Wescott. . ; Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Earl Richardson home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larson and daughter of Titonka visited Sunday at the A.- G. Farrington' home. J Dr. Donaghue and son-in-law" of Storm Lake were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Richardsons.: ,' Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn and fafflr ily were Sunday evening supper guests af.the David Fairc/w.hofjp. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Holm fid family were gunday dinner guests at the Walter Heerdt home near Algona. Harm Drew, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, recently was promoted to Corporal. He is in the U. S. Marines. The Senior class will present their class play, "Here Comes Charlie" Friday evening, April 23, in the school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Farrow home in Elmore. Jean Hendrichsen of Blue Earth was taken suddenly ill and is at thp home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christie Hendrichsen in Ledyard. The Henrichsen's were former Grant residents. A large crowd of relatives gathered at the Jasper Steenhardt home Friday evening, to celebrate Lois' 14th birthday. Those attending: Mr. and Mrs. Vance Lester and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ennen and family of Elmore,,Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olthoff and Harold of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Becker of Lakota, Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Ennen and family of Lone Rock and Charles Sheeley. Lois received several nice gifts and lunch was served. '< • a'ftd lutteh* y » , « ' 1 mdtttt 6f' ' , The members of the Wa-Tan-Ye, club hefd, their regular 6:36 dinner ,at thfe Algona Hotel on Tuesday evening with twe'htyo'ne ttiemb'ers" in attendance. Miss Minnie Coate wail the' speaker" of the evening on' the 'subject, ' ' County Auxiliary Meeting— • The annual meeting of the Kos* suth County' American Legion Auxiliary will be held on the afternoon 'Of Tuesday, May, 4, at TitoHha.' FMflay. 'April '8U. 'Deoauao ui ««'*, WeeklThe meedn(r,wlll be held At 'the home of "Amy (Steering. • , "I _»»ln.''' Sewing <3tab*- ' ' ' • Mrs,' DehWs Pratt fcnteflalted the members of her sewing club at he* home on Tuesday afternoon. Mfr, Percy Stone and daughter, tfonna, we're guests', - • ' AFTER BEFORE IN THE 'INTEREST OF "RUBBER CONSERVATION have your tires recapped while the carcass is still in good shape (no red tape - no ration certificate required). Our recap service is done by experts — by latest methods — in up-to-date shops. Bring us your passenger and light truck tires up to 7.50-20 size. , See Gamble's for NEW TIRES of all grades ". .. ; ... (these requite a certificate/.,. ... 4 ,...,... ..'„, ..._:, GAMBLE STORES OWNFO n Y EMPtOYEF St. Paul's JUitherap, Lakota, Dedicates Honor Service Roll Lakota — St. Paul's Lutheran church dedicated their Sei-vice Flag with 18 names at the Palm Sunday service. Mrs. Lou Nitz presented the flag in the name of the Ladies Aid. Walter Sach presented the Service Roll in the name of the church board and Mike Christ received them both in the name of the congregation. Two infants were baptized at this service: Matthew Louis, son of Mr. a,nd Mrs. pick Weinkauf, with. Mr, and Mrs, Alfred Christ as sponsors; fUt,a Kay, daughter pf J^r. and Mrs. Herman Weriijg&, with. Mr. and. Mrs- Jake Pe,terfpj> aj! spongprB. Hojy i wpri? t hejd evening GRAND BIMS IN EASTER FOOPS AT YOUR A&P ^ELF SE^ICIE FOOD STfliRE - ^sfly&fcN?^^ You 1 ']! witnt,tli I em' 1 for boloring 'dh'd tradrfidhal Easter "Hainan"! ? • ' ••- From Nearby Fajrms COUNTRY EGGS Poos Easter EGG DYES Wisconsin BLUE CHEESE ' doz. «A ctn. O3C 3 Pkgs. ME for ZOC L,b. 48c A HARVEST OF NON-RATIONED 1FOODS! Vitamins A-f, Bl-f, C-f-f, G++ FRESH ASPARAGUS lb. 19c Vitamins A++, B1+, C++' Select Cobbler RIPE 9T» SEED TOMATOES Lb. fcIC POTATOES Vitamins A+-U.B1+, C+ Yellow TEXAS ' ^f I | A ONION . CARROTS 2 buttons. I IG SETS 100 'Lb. n A|| Bag Wi«IU Lb. 3Sc Key to-Vitamins—4-4- Excellent 'Source; + Good Source Libby's 6 ox. LUNCH TONGUE Can E-Z-Serve 11'/! oz. PORK LOAF v Can Cold Stream 1 Lb. PINK SALMON Can Foster 1 Lb. RED SALMON Can Wilson's Certified Semi-Boneless 14 oz. PIGS FEET Jar Iowa State Brand Creamery BUTTER Lb. Mild American ' LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. 21 e 41 c 22c 39c I8c Sic 33c Cost Point Z pts. each 5 pts. each 7 pts.' each 7 pts. each 2 pts. each 8 pts, each 8 pis. Lb. BLUE STAMP VALUES I3c 14c 24c loua Green No. % (19 oz.) CUT BEANS 'Can A&P : - ' .'••'•''•• Whole Kernel No. 2 (20 oz.) | .GOLDEN CORN Can Del Monte Halved or SUV No. 2^ (80 oz.) PEACHES Can A&P Fancy «: .,, 48 oz. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Can Gerber's or Libby's StilaJnod ', i.'•!• A \¥i oz. • A BABY FOODS C Cans IOC Ann Page Tomato 14 oz. |A_ KETCHUP Bot. IOC Fanoy Hand Picked Navy 2 Lb, I A PEA BEANS Bag I 5f C Point Cost 11 pts. each . 14 pts. each 24 pis. each 0 pt«. each 1 pt.- each W pts. each •, 9 pts. each 1 34c Gold Medal 24>/^ Lb. A I FLOUR Bag V11 Fine Granulated & U>. SUGAR Bag Use Stamp No. 12 Rajah , Worcestershire 5 oz. 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