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The Algona Uppfef Dta MoineS, Algona^towa, pctoW 7, CIVIL AIR PATROL SQUADRON WILL BE ORGANIZED HERE CAP Now . Auxiliary ol Army Air Corps; Later Will Organize CAP Cadets; Will Hold Classes. Major Don C. Johnson, acting wing commander of Iowa C.A.P was in Algona Tuesday and met with members of the local C.A.P. and at which time a program was outlined for the organization of a civil air patrol squadron for this city. The minimum membership of a patrol is 50. Fort Dodge now has a patrol and local members attend meetings there. Public Meeting Wednesday A public meeting will be held in the study hall on the second floor of the local high school next Wednesday night at 7:30 for the purpose .of organization. Every man or woman who is the least air minded from 18 and on up is urged to attend this meeting. It isn't necessary that you be a flyer or intend to be one, there are so many other subjects and interesting elements entering into C.A.P. organization. Study Subjects Upon organization the patrol •will hold schools covering the following subjects: Military drill, military discipline and courtesy, navigation, meteorology, maintenance of airplanes, radio and the International code, aerial map study, first aid, aerial photography. Non-flying members of the patrol may study any of these subjects and may be classified as aerial observers and win special ratings. Local Members Maurice Bartholomew, man- m d 8US*S!3B, Bancroft Girl WetU ager of the local airport is the J oldest and first member of the C.A.P. Other members are Dr. W. D. Andrews, Dennis Pratt, Lloyd Gerber, Milford Plathe, John Schultz, Lavonne Young- vvirth and Jean Kinsey Miner, the latter an observer. Thase members have attended the patrol meetings at Fort Dodge, in fact are members of that patrol. The latter city has a patrol membership of 70. C. A. P. Service The C.A.P. is a distinctly vol- runtary service organization. With thousands of members in every state in the union they have established a coastal patrol, a courier service, transportation of military personnel and vital war -material, etc. Millions of miles 'h.ive been flown in direct aid to the army and naval air activities the past year. With Algona lo• cated within an area which would there should be organized a patrol in this city. Such an organization would become invaluable in the case of a man hunt, prison camp trouble, emergencies which might arise in this and neighboring areas. Spencer, Estherville, Mason City, Fort Dodge and Sheldon have their patrols. Algona can and should have one. Following organization of a patrol here the 16, 17 and 18 year old' boys and girls in our schools may join and take advantage of the C.A.P. cadet corps, and receive local training and schooling preparatory to further activities in the air lanes of our country. Seeley Opens Farm Management Office Paul M. Seeley of Fort Dodge has come to Algona to open a farm management office with headquarters in the M. J. Streit grain, office over the S. & L. store. Mr. Seeley was manager of the Iowa branch of the Metropolitan Farm Loan Division in Fort Dodge for eight years and prior to that was with the same company for 4% years at Sioux Falls. His wife and four children will come later or when a suitable house can be found. Mr. Seeley will manage farms for owners who desire a manager. LAKOTA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Vance Lester and lamily of Armstrong, Mr. and VIrs. George Ennan and family, VIr. and Mrs. Ray Becker and in!ant son and Robert Becker, of akota, spent Sunday at the Henry Olthoff home. A pleasant evening was spent at the Henry Olthoff home Thursday when the members of his threshing crew and families met for a social evening and the men settled their overtime problems. Ice cream and cake was serve:! and the party broke up about midnight. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olthoff that their son, Pfc. Mervin Olthoff, was out of the Australia hospital where he had been a patient twelve dajs from fever. He said he was feeling well again but had lost some weight. He has been overseas 21 months but has been a hospital patient from November to Marcii. He is being well treated and has plenty of good food. California Soldier Bancroft—Miss Doris Pearson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfre< Pearson, and Tech. Sgt. Geralc Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gil bert Austin, of Los Angeles, CaL formerly of Thompson, were mar' ried Saturday afternoon at fivi o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. Lu Verne Austin, nephew of the bride, played Lohengrin's Wedding March as the couple marched down the stairs am took their places before an altar where the Rev. E. K. Nelson performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs Verne Austin, and the groom by his cousin, Verne Austin, The bride was attired in a stree length turf blown dress with brown accessories and carried colonial bouquet. Her bridesmaid wore a street length marine blue dress and a corsage of tea roses The groom wore his army uniform and the best man a blue suit. A three course dinner was served after the ceremony and the young couple left that evening for Los Angeles. After a short visit they will return to Salt Lake City, Utah, where the groom will receive his assignment. Portland Twp. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Wesley Schultz, of Whittemore, at the General hospital Thursday, Sept. 30. This is their first child and she is the first granddaughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz of this city. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 8-9 BIG FUN AND THRILL ATTRACTION! 2nd Feature PENNY Bised neon lha comic stiip ' by Chic Young ARTHUR LAKE ^•Jonathan Halo Fun for Family Saturday SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 10-11-12 Smashing- Road Show Hit S. R. O. or 728 Performances 7,000,000 Readers in Red Book HERE COMES THE LAUiH RIOT OF YOUR LIFE! V- 3 hilarious years on Broadway... 2 hysterical yean on "the road"! .1 Dorothy McGUIRE Robert YOUNG , Ina CLAIRE WEDNESDAY-THUESDAY, OCT. 13-14 Claud Samson, Algona, took workmen to his farm last week and repaired the house foundation and made new cellar doors. They also attended to some repairs on other buildings. Emil Eimers finished combining soy beans Tuesday. He had 60 acres and the beans are testing gdod, not too much moisture, and are yielding better than was expected considering the early frost. A large group of women from here attended the shower at Burt last week Tuesday for Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee. Gordon lived here for years before moving to Burt township and a number from here helped as hostesses. Joan McWhorter was hostess to a costume party last week Friday afternoon for her teacher, Mrs. Clyde Priebe and her classmates. The occasion was in celebration of Joan's eleventh birthday and her mother served ice cream and cake. Pfc. Frank H. Becker spent last week at home. He received a telegram Friday ordering him to report to Popte Field, Fort Bragg, N. C. He left Monday evening. A 7 o'clock dinner was served in his honor Wednesday at his home and guests included the P. L. Koppen and Nick Koppen families and Betty Eggerth, and Robert, Mav- tin and Kathryn Becker, all of Lakota the Henry Schnakenberg and Chas. Egel families, of Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. John Simons and Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn Hain of Algona. John Shilts, Algona, to Staff Sergeant The promotion of Staff Sergeani John E. Shilts, from the rank of sergeant has been announced at Laughlin Army Air Field, near Del fiio, Texas. He is on duty as the chief clerk in his "squadron's orderly room. S. Sgt. Shilts is the son of Frank J. Shilts, 109 Wast Nebraska St., Algona, Iowa, and in civilian life he was a clerk. At this army air field student officers receive specialized training in piloting the Martin B-26 Marauder. FENTONNEWS Phyllis, Frank and Rosemary Finnestad who attend business college at Mankato, Minn., spent the week end at the parental E. J. Frank and Amos Finneslad homes. Pfc. Richard Kabelitz of the Air Force of Camp Crowder, Mo., left Tuesday, Oct. 5, after a visit since last Wednesday at the parental Rev. R. W. Kabelitz home. He now goes to Tampa, Fla. Mr, and Mrs. Benny Benson of Eagle Grove moved Monday to Fenton into the house vacated Sunday by Otto Ohms, which the Bensons purchased. Mrs. Benson Local Boy takes Bride— The following Item came from a Carlyle, Illinois, newspaper: "The wedding of Miss MarjorJe Krebs of St. Louis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krebs of Carlyle, and Sgt. Truman B. Simpson, United States Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. -Simpson of Algona, Iowa, was solemnized in 3t. Rose's Catholic church, St. Louis, at nine o'clock Saturday morning. The ceremony was per- :ormed by Rev. J. T. Phelan in ;he presence of relatives and friends. "The altar of the church, banked on either-side with green fernery and palms, was beautifully decorated with white gladiolas. "The bride, escorted by her fa- ;her, was preceded to the altar by ler maid of honor, Miss Catherine Krebs. "Lace and orange blossoms 'illed the sweetheart, neckline of ,he white mousseline de soi jridal gown, which was modeled along prnicess lines and ended in a long train. A coronet of twisted white tulle surmounted the finger- is a sister of Mrs. Ben Mitchell. I tip veil. The bride carried a cas- The Ohms moved into the home of Mrs. Dan Hantleman. Mrs. Harry Tunge of Arizona who visited last week at the parental John Finnestad home, went to Mitchell, S. D., Saturday accompanied by Wayne Finnestad and Gerald Cody. They will visit Tech. Sgt. Harry Tunge's parents .here and attend the corn festival. LUVERNE NEWS Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa In and for Kossuth County. Emma Mielke Gade, Plaintiff, vs. Auguste Mielke, also known as Auguste G. Mielke, John Behl and JVIrs. John Behl, his wife, Albert Behl and Mrs. Albert Behl, his wife, Tena Voigt and Wiliam Voigt, also known as Wilhelm Voigt, her husband, Otto Fleischfresser, Paul Fleischfresser and Martha Fleischfresser, his wife, and all the unknown claimants and all persons unknown claiming any right, title, or interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2, Block 18, Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa, and all the heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees, and beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants, I Defendants. To Each of the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby notified that a Petition of the above named Plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled Court, and which Petition states that the Plaintiff is the absolute and unqualified owner in fee simple of the real estate described as: Lots One and Two (1 & 2), Block Eighteen (18), Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa, and that the Defendants above named make some claim adverse to the title of the Plaintiff in said property, and that the unknown claimants to said premises claim some interest in and to said real estate as the Plaintiff is informed and believes, but that Plaintiff has no knowledge or information and does not know how said interests as claimed by said unknown claimants was derived or claimed to have been derived or the method of obtaining same, and that Plaintiff states that none of said Defendants, or unknown claimants, have in fact any right, title, or interest in and to the above described premises, or any part thereof, or any color of right, title, or interest therein. Plaintiff in said Petition prays for the establishment of her estate and title against the adverse claims of the Defendants, and that each and dll of them and all unknown Mr. and Mrs. Will Kisch were uests at the Joe Becker home in St. Joe Sunday evening. The ladies are sisters. Ray Stone has been on the sick ist the past week with sinus rouble and Mrs. Stone has .been issisting him on the mail route. "Gangway for Grade" is the itle of the play chosen by the unior class of the LuVerne high chool. The cast has been chosen md promises to be a very good >roduction. The date will be an- lounced soon. Russel Phillips was eight years Id Monday and his mother, Mrs. H. H. Phillips, entertained a num- er of guests that evening for inner. Among them wer t the Vlisses Cowling and Bonthius, wo local teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kisch enter- i tained 27 relatives for dinner i claimants and all known having or persons un- claiming any right, title, or interest in and to said premises, and all persons claiming by, through, or under them be barred and forever estopped from ever having, asserting, or claiming any right, title, or interest in and to said premises adverse to the Plaintiff or Plaintiff's title therein, and said Petition prays that this Plaintiff'^ title to said premises be quieted, established, and confirmed, and that said Plaintiff have all such other and further equitable relief as to the Court may seem just. You are also hereby notified to appear before said Court at Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before November 1, 1943, and unless you so appear your default will be entered and judgment and decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Algona,' Iowa, Plajntitt's Attorneys. ' Sunday. The long table was cen tered with a> bouquet of fa! flowers and a two course dinne. was served. Among those attending were the John Kisch family Mallard, the Simon Kisch family Whittemore, the Charles Kollash family of Whittemore, Mrs. Geo Kisch, West Bend, and the Michael Kisch family, Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz, Jr. are retiring from their farm eas of town which they sold recently and last week purchased the Marty Estate home south of the LuVerne park. Possession will not be given until March 1. This place is a large modern home with a spacious lawn with numerous shade trees and will make them a beautiful home. It is now occupied by the H. H. Phillips family. The Junior choir of the Evangelical church enjoyed a wiener roast and watermelon feed on thu parsonage lawn on Wednesday evening prior to the rehearsal. The Browns were hosts to the winning Elks, as a result of an eight weeks attendance contest. Miss Vera Marly was captain of the Browns and Miss Doris Miller captained the Elks. This group is organized and sings in the morning worship services on Sunday. Delah Jean Hefti is the president, with Vera Marty as secretary and Shirley Ann Miller acting as librarian. WESLEY NEWS Frank Aman of Mt. Angel, Oregon, who came to attend the golden wedding anniversary of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mayer of St. Benedict on Sunday, Sept. 20, went to Miiford the first of the week to visit his wife's relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Lou Kent of Burt were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Tom McMahon. Another—daughter, Mrs. Mike Fox and two sons of Francisville, Indiana, were here for a two weeks visit at her parental Lou Kent and the McMahon home. Mrs. Maggie Eden was honored at a birthday party Saturday by a group of neighbors and friends who served a delicious lunch following a social afternoon. Mrs. Eden, who was 70 years old, received lovely birthday remembrances. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark went to Edgerly, N. D., Tuesday to visit at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Halvorson. Mr. Funnemark's two sisters, Mrs. Anna Bohannon of Algona and Mrs. Nels M. Johnson will see to it that Olaf is well fed. Mrs. Agatha Haverly received word last weelf of the death of her brother, Ed Hoffer, at St. Cloud, Minn. Besides his sister here he is survived by another sister, Mrs. Ha Igou at Mason City, a brother, Jake Hoffer at St. Ann, Calif., four sons and four daughters. His wife died about 30 years ago. The Wesley Farm Bureau held their regular monthly meeting at the Jurgen Skow home Friday evening. Mr. Skow was re-elected president and Mrs. Henry Shev- man chairman. County Agent AL. Brown showed pictures of eastern scenery. A delicious lunch was served. About 40 members were in attendance. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow was baptized Louisa Mae in the Presbyterian cade bouquet of white roses and stephanites. "The maid of honor wore a long white fitted crepe gown, the waist of which was studded with rhinestones. Her costume was completed with a small petunia shade ostrich feather hat, and she carried a- bouquets of pink roses, gladiolas, and baby breath. "The bride's mother wore a navy blue and white print dress with a corsage of pink rose buds. "Sgt. Simpson had as his best man, Wilfred J. Krebs, a brother of the bride. Serving as ushers were Elmer Stoltz and William Kalert, friends of the groom. "A wedding breakfast was given at the Congress Hotel. Later in the day an informal reception was held for the family and friends at the bride's home. "After a brief honeymoon the groom will return to Barksdale Field, Louisiana, where he is stationed at present." Meeting of Townsend Club— The council and members of the Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met Tuesday evening, October 5, for a general business meeting and a pot luck lunch. It was announced that the book, 'New Horizons", is now on the shelves of the public library. The aook was written by Dr. Francis E. Townsend, founder and president of the Townsend organiza- ;ipns, and it deals with his life history. Attendance seals were awardec to Mr. and Mrs. James' Magone,gal at this meeting. A communication from John H Miller was read announcing an important Townsend meeting on Sunday, October 17, to be held in the Armory at Fort Dodge, starting at 10:00 a. m. A penny supper was planned for the near future. At the close of the business meeting, Mrs, Mary Heard, assisted by Mrs, Cora Holdren, served the guests lunch. County Federation to Meet— The Kossuth County Federation of Women's Clubs will hold a meeting at the Algona library Tuesday, Octboer 12, at 11:00 a. m. The hostess clubs are: Lu- Verne Progressive Club, LuVerne Tuesday Club, Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club, Four Corners Mothers and Daughters Club, and the Algona Women's Club. A 40c luncheon will be served at the Methodist church at 12:15. The Bel Canto Club will give a musical pageant of "Nations", arranged by Mrs. Eugene Nelson and music by Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Mrs. Mary , Woodward of Whittemore will give a talk on the district meeting at Garner. Miss Ava Johnson of Des Moines will speak on "Youth's Magnificent Chance." Reservations for the luncheon aru asked to be made with Mrs. Cidney Laird of Algona. arden Club Met— The Kossuth County Garden Club met Monday evening at the Algona High School. Glen Raney ave a talk on shrubs. Mrs. C. C. Smith of Burt discussed the club's exhibition of vegetables and fruits at the county Victory Fair. Mrs. Smith was the superintendent in charge of the exhibits. The man ! rom Ames who had judged the exhibits here said that it was the largest-display that he had judg. ed for any county fair. Academy Parly— The division of St. Cecelia'- Guild of which Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz are chairmen will sponsor a dance at the Academy Monday evening, October 11. Lunch may be bough during the evening. Beta Sigma Phi'picnic— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority is having a picnic tonight at 6:30 at the Call State Park. Mrs. Bob Williams, chairman, Margare) Miller, Mary Ann Flaig, and Mrs D. P. Smith will be in charge of the picnic. Auxiliary Meeting— • The American Legion Auxiliary will have a regular meeting Monday evening in the Legion Hall. This is a meeting for the paying of annual dues. Mrs. Leon Merritt is in charge of the program. Wa-tan-ye Dinner— The Wa-tan-ye had a 6:10 dinner at the Hotel Algona Tuesday evening. There also was a business meeting. Jeanne Guderian daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian, was a guest of the club. Celebrates 4th Birthday— Molly Sullivan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, entertained twelve little girls Monday at 4:00 in celebration'of her fourth birthday. Games were played, and a lunch was served. Celebrates llth Birthday— Michael Kenefick, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick, entertained his neighborhood playmates Friday evening at a picnic supper to celebrate his eleventh birthday. Loans To Buy Fuel Borrow $50-$100 or more thru us to store your winter's fuel supply NOW. Also Loans for school needs, clothes, debts, taxes, livestock, feed—or any worthy purpose. Monthly Payments or Special Plans For Farmers L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algnna, la IF THROAT IS SORE IF A COLD has given you a miserable sore throat, here's how to relieve the j suffering. DO THIS NOW— Melt,a small lump of VapoRub on your tongue and feel the comforting medication slowly trickle down your throat- bathing the irritated membranes —bringing blessed relief where you want it, when you want it. DO THIS TONIGHT — Rub throat, chest with VapoRub. Its long continued poultice-and-vappr actioi) loosens phlegm, relieves irritation, eases cough- •> At4*If 4* ing, invites «f IWl\9 restful sleep. W VAPORUB church at Algona Sunday. At the same service the baby's aunt, Fidelis Skow, joined the church. The Joseph Skows also have n on, Daniel. Dinner guests at the Skow home Sunday were Mr. and VIrs. Ole Flom, Anna and Ethel i/Irs. Esther Skow and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg and wo sons. Mr. and Mrs. Marian 3 aulson and the baby's great jrandmother, Mrs. Peter Skow. 91, called in the afternoon. Doan News Mr, and Mrs. Ed -Green, Al- ;ona, visited Sunday evening at he Henry Mertz home. Sunday dinner • guests; at the ferome Hawkins home were Mrs. 3vie Kimble, Los Angeles, Calif.; Vm. Steele, Algona; Mr. and Mis. Geo. Hawkins, Goldfield; and August Scholes, Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington, Doan; Mr. and Mrs. Ely Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson, Swea City; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Jacobs, Elmore, Minn., were visitors at the Merlin An' derson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings entertained the following guests at Sunday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Jennings' mother, Mrs. E. S. Jennings, Titonka: Mrs. Mamie Speicher, Mr. and Mrs. Tasp, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey hamj Sr., all of Ti tonka; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Jr., Grant twp.; and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. , Simpspn an4 family, ' ' STYLEI QUALITY! SERVICEI (An Open Letter) About. . . LINOLEUM FLOORS Dear Mrs. Home Makers Good linoleum, properly installed, is not just a floor covering—it can be practically permanent floor. But you must insist on quality. And you'll find it pays, too, to go to real flooring specialists. For .example — here's how we assure complete satisfaction. We feature famous-quality Armstrong's Linoleum. You have a wide choice of the newest designs and colors. Our salesmen are especially trained to assist you. And all linoleum is installed the 'right way—double-cemented to the floor over lining felt. Custom- floor work is a specialty. The next time you buy linoleum, let us advise you on your floor problems and provide a free estimate. COWAN Building Supply Co. , • the- Womeft's Club *wlil • meet Friday, October .8, at 2:30 at the library, Mrs. Maty Black Fraset Will give a talk, on her experiences in England, Reaches ElKhtlct'h~Blrthday— Mrs. G. D. Brundage entertain'' ed twelve guests Friday afternoon honoring hef mother, Mrs. F. M. Smiley, who reached her eight* ieth birthday. , Entertains Wednesday- Mrs. G. D. Brundage entertain* ed two^lubs Wednesday, one at 1:30 in the afternoon and the other in the evening at 8:00 o'clock. . <M- I *Birthday Club Meets— The Birthday Club met Tuesday evening At the h6me lot? birthday '« MM. 10U8h< Milton,. Norton faf edal* Mrs. Oebfjf* Hell Mrs. W.- L. Maftin ente&alnted ftine guests Thursday eVenteB honoring her mother Mrs, George Bell, who is from EldWdge, N. D. • ' *•*!'!-'" '. .'., Idle Hour Club Meets- Mrs. G. D. Stokes entertained the Idle Hour club Wednesday afternoon At a 1:00 o'clock des* sert, followed by bridge. C. D. of A. Special Meeting— The Catholic Daughters of America will hold a special meeting today, October 7, at the Academy at 8:00 p. m. HSMTTIWT Gel the most heat from your limited fuel' supply this coming winter by having your., home insulated throughout. Insulation keepsneat in . . . cold out; offers you fuel-saving warmth thai contributes to the health and comfort of .your family. For complete satisfaction, we suggest you place your insulating order with us early as we do not have the labor or materials on hand to do a "rush" job when cold weather finally begins. 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