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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 5, 1943
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The Algona Upper DCS Moines, AJgona, towt, August 5,1943 AMANDA UKENA, LAKOTA, MARRIES IBYARD SAILOR Lakota— Announcements are out for the wedding of Amanda, ybungest daughter of Mr, and Mrs Will Ukena, Lakota, to Roland H, Kollasch, E. M. 2/c, U.S.N., on Saturday, July 24, in St. Patrick's Cathedral rectory in New York City. They were attended by Margaret Gay, of Beach West, Long Island, and Charles Clay, E. M. 1/c, U.S.N. Calvin Ukena, a brother of the bride who is 'attending school in Brooklyn, N. Y., attended the wedding. The bride is a graduate of the Lakota high school, class of 1941, and the groom is a graduate of the Ledyard high school, class of 1936, and has been in the navy since October, 1941. UKENA MOVES HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS NEW LOCATION Jerry Ukena has rented the Thaves building on Main street and is moving his hardware and Implement repair goods there. He will use the present quarters, the fromer Hanson garage, for a repair shop and will also continue to operate the D-X gas station. crating a shoe and harness repair shop in the Walter Rosenau hardware store. Mr. Schultz also has a cream separator repair shop and will now operate both businesses. Mr. Mitchell will have charge of the janitor work at the school house this year. Nylene Altizer and a friend called on the Fred Schroeders and others Sunday. The O. J. Riflpentrops, the Alvin Rippentrops, the George Ennens the Andrew Jansens and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp drove to Inter- lakeri Sunday for a picnic dinner. Mrs. George Altizer and son, Irvin, drove to Delevah, Minn., Sunday and spent the day with the William McDermotts. Mrs. McDermott was formerly Gladys Altizer. Lieut. W. R. Hanson and wife were Saturday visitors at the -lomes of his sisters, Mesdames H. Murray and Dean Ellsworth and families. He is enjoying a fur- ough from a camp in Florida. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Ahrens and family of South St. Paul, Minn., arrived at the Lutheran parsonage in Lakota last week Wednesday to spend the afternoon ind night with Rev. and Mrs. !Yed Darnauer and family. The men are former classmates. > Mrs. Orville Koppen was hos- ,ess to the Methodist W. S. C. S at her home southeast of town last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Musscan presided and Mrs. Otto Koppen had charge of devo- WILLIAM SCHULTZ BUYS OUT HENRY MITCHELL William Schultz has purchased ' tions. Plans • were made to hold a the business and equipment of bake sale at the town hall Satur- Henry Mitchell, who has been op- 1 day evening, August 14th. I SEE US FOR Plow Shares WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY-MI Sizes TWINE - For Hemp Binding Repair Corn Pickers Now Check over your cornpicker and get the repairs you need. We have a large stock of McCormick-Deering repairs. We are also in a position to overhaul and repair your'cornpickers. Make arrangements today. lernent (WESLEY WAVE IS IN OFFICE OF NAVY CHIEF OF FLEET Wesley—Yeoman 3/c Gertrude Otis came last week Tuesday to spend a 10-day furlough with her mother, Mrs. Mary Otis, aid other relatives. Miss Otis, who is a WAVE, is employed in the office of the commander-in-chief of the U. S. Fleet in Washington, D. C. She went to Hunter College, New York, five months ago for her basic training. WESLEY NURSE IS CALLED TO ARMY AIR FORCES Ruth Richter, R. N., is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richter. She has been nursing in the Mercy hospital, Des Moines, but next week she will go to Sioux Falls, S. D., having received her call to the Army Ais Forces. GEORGE VITZTHUMS HAVE OUT-OF-STATE GUESTS Mr. and- Mrs. George Vitzthum and their house guests, John Vitzthum of Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vitzthum and Mrs. Lou Gschwendtner of Pontiac, drove to Blue Earth, Minn,; Thursday where they visited the Carl Schimmel family. The families were neighbors in Illinois some years ago. The out-of-state folks were guests at the George Schimmel home in Britt Saturday. On Monday they left for their respective homes. Louis Vitzthum, who is employed near Pontiac, came too, for a few' days at his parental George Vitzthum home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson visited at Ledyard over the weekend. The Nick Meurec family of Plover were Sunday guests at the Joe Meurer home. The I. Eisenbacher family were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman went to Fort Dodge Monday, where she had a physical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rasmussen, of Forest City, were Sunday guests at the H. J. Braley home. Juluis Kunz attended the dinner honoring Henry Wallace at the Algona Hotel last Friday. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson spent the week-end at the Dr. Andrews cottage at Clear Lake. Bernadine Johnson received a ^severe burn on her leg Sunday when boiling water was spilled on it. Mrs. Lucy Brabec and daughter, Virginia! of Fort Dodge, visited Frimml relatives here over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fogel of Mt. Pleasant spent several days here with their' relatives, the L. W. McCanns. Velma Hamg, daughter of Mr and Mrs. George Hanig, is helping the house work at the Ed RATES Effective September 1st, 1943 ONE YEAR IN KOSSUTH CO. Either Algona Paper . . $2.50 Both Algona Papers . . $4.00, SIX MONTHS IN KOSSUTH CO. Either Algona Paper . . $1.75 Both Algona Papers . . $2.75 NO SUBSCRIPTIONS LESS THAN 6 MONTHS ™ e *»° V « f^f "* aLso to effect for the bordering postoffices at Armstrong, Bode, Britt, Buffalo Center, Corwith, Cylinder, Elmore, Hardy, Hutchins, Livermore, Ottosen, Rake, Ringsted, Rodman, Stilson, West Bend and Woden. OUTSIDE KOSSUTH CO. One Year, Either Paper . $3.00 One Year, Both Papers '. ^5,00 Six Months, Either Paper $2,00 Six Months, Both Papers $3,00 NO SUBSCRIPTIONS LESS THAN 6 MONTHS Special Rates to Men in Service »Same as Comity Rate SINGLE COPIES EITHER ALGONA PAPER^c fona Kossuth County Advance Pfc. Ralph Bauer, Jr., came Monday to spend a furlough here with his parents. He is from Camp Bradford, Va. Lois Hildman and a friend of Mason City spent the week-end at the former's parental Tony Hildman home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Evans of Omaha spent several days recently at the Chas. Kraus home. The ladies are sisters. Diana Kleinpeter spent a few days recently at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr .and Mrs. Don Meleney, at Britt. . Ruth Vitzthum, who is employed in the Soda Grill at Mason City, spent Sunday at her parental George Vitzthum home. Sylvia Ann Gerdes returned home Monday night from Minneapolis, where she had visited her sister, Lavon, a few days. Mrs. Kenneth Bebo and two children, of Arizona, came last week to spend a few weeks at her parental Ollie Olson home. The United Service Womens organization', will meet Thursday evening, August 12, in the Exchange State Bank basement. Mrs. Jim Silbaugh and Carmen returned home Saturday morning from a few days' visit with relatives and friends at Lost Island. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and family of Des Moines spent the week-end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening. Mrs. Alfred Erdman was hostess. The American Legion met the same evening. Mrs. Al Wagner returned home Friday from Cherokee, where she had spent several weeks with her husband who is working in a drug store there. Mrs. Henry M. Thilges, St. Joe. returned to her home Friday after spending a week caring for her daughter, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, and new baby. The Wesley Tigers defeated the Bancroft baseball team in a game played here Sunday by a score of 3-0. Hill and Hill did the pitching and Johnson was behind the plate. Frank Kouba began his duties as salesman for the Curtiss Candy Company last week in Kossulh and Hancock counties. Mrs. Kouba will continue to operate the grocery store. Jerry Aldrich left Wednesday for Tampa, Fla., where he is a mechanic in the army air corps. He had spent a 10-day furlough here at his parental George Aidrich home. Philip Studer, young son of J. P. Studer, returned home Saturday from a few weeks spent at the Henry Scheppman home, near Irvington, where he assisted with the harvesting. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney and two children returned home Saturday from Clear Lake, where they had spent two weeks in a cottage with the Dr. Magnus Lichter family of Burt. Gayle Studer was recently transferred from the California desert to Camp Maxey, Texas. He is a son BURT NEWS of Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Studer. Chuck Kraus and Walter West are also at Camp Maxey. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Erdman and son and Mrs. Henry Goetz and family were Sunday dinne guests at the Matt Erdman homi honoring Raymond Erdman, who is home on a furlough. Mrs. Jack Keim and son, Jackie of Chicago, are visiting her brotii- er, Bernard Schrauth, and her sister, Mrs' Mike Goetz. The Schrauth . family were Sunday guests at the Goetz home. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich and son, Jerry, took the latter's lady friend, Miss Muriel Trytten to Mason City Monday where she entrained to her home in Albert Lea. She had spent several days here. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Rawley of Spencer called on Wesley friends Monday. He was superintendent of the public school here, leaving eight years ago and has been superintendent of Clay County since that time. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark entertained Mrs. Thora C. Johnson, Mrs. Forrest Christensen, Mrs. Lester Larson, Mrs. Sam Alne and Mrs. L. L. Lease at a quilt 'tieing party last Friday. She served her guesis a chicken supper. Mrs. Julius Kunz went to Madison, Wis., Friday night to see her daughter, June Adel, who was in the hospital with pneumonia. She has been attending college there, but will return home with her mother when she is .able. , • Mrs. Tom McMahon, Sr., of Lawler spent several days here at the home of her son, Tom, am family over the week-end. Little Patty and Mary Lou McMahon returned home with their grandmother to spend a few days. A baby girl was born Saturday night to Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz. They have one other child Agnes. Mr. Goetz's sister, Mrs, Helen Johnson cared for mother and daughter Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. R. J. Thissen, a sister of Mrs. Goetz, is caring for them now. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev, L. N. Klein. Mrs. Frank Horan of Alouquprque, N. M., and Harry Thilges of LuVerne were sponsors. The baby was named Mary Alma. The O'Briens now have three daughters. Sunday guests at the Hubert O'Brien home were Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mr, and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, of Whitternore, Miss Mary Eileen O'Brien, Evelyn Boyle and Peggy O'Neill, of Shellsburg, Wis., Miss Katherine O'Brien of Fort Dodge and Mr, and Mrs. Herman Thilges and family of Fenton. , A baby girl was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lickteig in the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lickteig is the foj> mer Lualla Walds.chmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ljep Waldr schnaidt; of Fort Dodge, former Wesley vipinity fsrjwers. This is their first child and Stag Sgt>. Pennis Lickteig is in Eigland now. The U and I Circle will mee with Mrs. Raymond Westling nex Tuesday afternoon. The H. S. Youngs, Osage, and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham spen Sunday at the W. A. Peters home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nester, Mankato, Minn., spent the week-end with Mrs. Nester's parents, Mr and Mrs. F L. Pratt. Charles Officer, son of Supt. arid Mrs. W. B. Officer, left last Thursday from Fort Dodge for the Philmont Boy Scout Ranch in New Mexico, where he will spend th month of August. He was one of 16 boys who went from the Prairie Gold Area. Cpl. Raymond Nelson arrived Saturday from some place in Alaska to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson. Mr. Nelson was recently hurt badly when lie was kicked by two cows. Margaret Nelson, Chicago, is also at home at present for a visit. Mrs. Edwin Allen of Clarissa, Minn., came Friday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. Allen's mother, Mrs. L. R. Daniels, and his sister, Mrs. Clifford Holding. She has also been visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. E. E. Wolf, in Algona. Sunday the Elmer Kienitzs, Lakota, and the Holdings were dinner guests at the Daniels home. Mrs. A. F. Carter left Sunday for Minneapolis to visit her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Shipler, to whom a 10 pound son, Perry Clyde, was born on Friday. Mrs. Shipler's husband, Pfc. Stanley Shipler, recently graduated from a mach- anics school at the naval air station at San Diego, Calif., and was transferred to Camp Elliot, near there, for further training. LAKOTA NEWS The Girl Scouts held a bake sale at the town hall Saturday and made $32.00. They expect to buy bonds. Virginia Ditsworth has closed her beauty shop here and gone to work in a defense plant in Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Daniels drove to Des Moines Friday to visit a brother-in-law of Mr. Danels, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter, he Jerry Heetiands and James Smith spent Sunday v/ith the Vernon Smiths, west of town. The Rev. E. G. Sauer is on vacation for the month of August md there will be no service or Sunday School on August 8th. Ronald Heetland came home rom Camp McCoy, Wis., Saturday night for a 10-day furlough and will help his father with threshing. Edna Holcomb, who has spent her vacation with her father, J. H. Holcomb, left Thursday to again take up her work as a nurse at Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Loats spent last week in this vicinity where Tobe was looking up prospective students for Dubuque University and Mrs. Loats visited her sister. Mrs. Hugh Lewis. Mrs. James Smith left Thursday for Lansing, Mich., for a few day's visit with her son, DeVere. who has finished the first part of bis air corps training and expects to be transferred soon. Marjorie Doocey, of Ledyard, accompanied ier. Could You Use *IOO Bet you can think of rnany met for it! Well, you can get $80* $100 - $200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH thru us. Money to pay store bills, doctor bills, insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock — easy monthly payments. (Special Plan for Farmers.) L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 , Algoim, la. Consent Drain Letting Bids will be opened Aug. 12, 1943, at 2:30 p. m. For the Consent Tile Drain on Sections 5 and 8, 93N, 27W, Humboldt county, Iowa, 2% miles southeast of LuVerne, Iowa. Consists of 3300 ft. 18 in. tile and 2378 ft. 12 in. tile. Proposal papers for bidders are available at P. J. KOHLHAAS, Drainage Engineer's Office, Algona, Iowa and J. A. NELSON, at the LuVerne State Bank, LuVerne, Iowa LeRoy Hanselman Joe Norcross Trustees STEAK Grade A Sirloin FRESH GREEN BEANS Ground Beef -LORD MOTT'S 19-ot. "Pdn ' 7 Red Points PEAS ^ v I 4 Choice Preferred Center Cut Pork Chops 33c » 8 Red Points Fresh Pork Liver, lb. Assorted Cold Meat Loaves, % lb, .... Summer . Sausage, lb ....... 4 pts 3 Pts. 7 Pts. COME AGAIN BRAND POINT VALUE 18 CORN GOLDEN BANTAM POINT VALUE 16 Pork Roast COFFEE 7 Red Points HILLS' FOLGER-S OR HASH'S T/wZjisMS^"*^— Sweet Do*. DO*. KERB, BALL OR 8AMCO i—. QUART JARS ^ e&V Half Gallon JARS, dozen 95C GLASS TOP SEAL ii'.'^iiK+'^fi-ptp&iiAZ'ifaft.i • AJffljcfl JAR COVERS ....".'".'... "*»' 2§c For Jelling Fruit SURE-JELL, pkg. 12c REGULAR OR TOP 8EAZ, * fc ** JAR RUBBERS 2 ntl 9c FRUIT PECTIN CERTO FRUIT PECTIN MORGAN'S PECTIN ££ 13c SEALING WAX PARASEAL ' 2 A* 25c BULK ' VINEGAR ' 26c FINEST GRANULATED SUGAR ..5 __ 34 C SWEET GIRL BRAND * ' ROOT BEER 6££44c Vlu. Unitl, SWEET GIRL BRAND COLA , Fill* Bottle Stall" ARGO CORN STARCH ,.. TOILET SOAP WOODBURY'S .... HAND SOAP LAVA SOAP HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN KIENZER MORTON'S DOQ KIBBIES l-lb. Pk*. 0*fcf J3-0*. CM- 8c 8c 6c 6c 27c 1 P Bottlei 441C SWEET GIRL GINGER ALE ,.... .6•££!"• 44c «>•« •*t****t***i^ Bottles *»TV PEANUT BUTTEB ^^ PEANUT CRUNCH 1 S^' 3Sc NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHED WHITE BREAD .?!..?. Jtt»_.u e I.UX FIAKES 5-ox. Pkg. 10c LIQUID •LEACH Gal. swum SO/IP e WAYS BETTER Lory*. Cake SUPEB SUPS 24-ex. 33 NATIONAL POO *** ^* E 5 BARRY'S BEER IS

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