Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1942 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1942
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*ft«PtB COt?N?y ADVANCE. AmoNA UVWA !n > Exjrvington, Writes from California! MK. AND IMS, MCK Kfc/EPS, TWR, WED 26 YEAKS iaA Jan ' At that 1 depot wrote the "•MI jgcnt. ' /»» ti'.ut time ne wrote inf. preifefVington <news for tMe Advance.. " Rav said hi* mother, who will u e 81 in March. Inflow with her ll ' I'lPiwa Marshall at'State Center " t ->RK[\ad planned to go 46 Calil > T . i the Spring to J Visit him, , * •>•«• 0V*UB0 *W V ABA If Mil II) OUIlO Wck and John,, and Merle Wat- .„,jn, all of San it-francisco, but where suttee the Japanese War has de Pref crv ded to defer the visit. your p^ Rajr U much thrilled over Bev [> ss „ rly Kay, his first , grandchild ir ' %rn to Mr. and Mrs, Dick Wat if"* 11 1* on* Christmas day. 81 Au "This city hli,rf been prett> ;h war-tnindedy;since Decem 7," he said. '."Everything ha - done .towards ^civilian de ».«= despite newspaper talk to le contrary. :i "Would not mis 4l ng this, close td'tKe ringsid- ahything."; /, /'„> OS Union Twp., Jan. 28—Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krieps celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary Monday evening by entertaining 40 neighbors at cards. !<<Hfa IWMiey^ftscently re- _ The high scorers were Floyd a left** from Jtay Watson, parner and Mrs. Louis Bode; »i.t,*iM« ,,» By i lived here !.J°w, Knute Bolin and Mrs. Ches- itttf hfc.tuoo A».^I ter Bailey, Travel was won bv Mr and Mrs. Keith Strayer Sev* en^ tables were in play. ind Mrs. Krieps were mar- Algona by the Rev. W. J , then pastor of St. Ce. church, and immediately Th" 1° fan " in e east of Algona. They have five children — two boys and three girls. Owing to sickness last year and Mrs. Krieps were unable to celebrate their silver Wedding anniversary, so celebrated this year. The guests presented the couple with a silver platter . Mr - . an d Mrs. Krieps ' have bought a farm in Union town-1 MISSBRAYTON SHOWERED BY PORTLANDERS Portland, Jan. 26 — Former neighbors here and other friends of Darlene Brayton gave a shower for her at the Burt hotel Saturday, January 17. All wrote recipes. Margaret Richmann gave a humorous reading, and Barbara Thompson played two selections on her xylophone. Many beautiful gifts were unwrapped, and lunch was served. Seventy-five women attended. . The honoree will be married this week Wednesday at Burt, and will live m California. Women Take Nptririon Lewon— Burt-Portland townships worn- 1 mo4- •** TVff—,-. T _i j-. * . . iM^MA to Irrlngton and Mrs; Wth. Boldridge .have nioyed into* their new here.|fThJeA'daughter Al , TOef MpinesY came to help ove, returning to Des Moines st Thursday. For Some months r. and Mrs. Boldridge had been ,«rtng in a^Hotise Jtnt south ol Barker's.'f7Mr.t and Mrs ' -~"-"-''entertained at a . Bold- *i>9i*vDM -VWAC the Bar;Jewell? ;;Gapesius and h -rt families, Mr. and ^MdfVJr., the Pet- the^Metzens. Mr - ^ Watsbjv and,Harold Sabin day,for ,Des Moines to be • j>ifl »»»"*, wnm-^f uu. *t\j* jjat fed'oaUfew months v , »•» »•. 'rejected because of ipot on one lung. Bob Watson, io has been in the U. S. navy ? some years; recently arrived San j Francisco.,He.:had been in """ wirco moiiuiSi y of Avocij4dmaie of Mcasliw— , school; attendance has been C ht here and >in'^,surrounding itricts, because of an epidemic ' measles.;.,.Some'..schools have ^n closed-for a time, teachers ,well as pupils ,'having been icken. A large percentage of lona high! school students from ilyiciiiity;have:tbeen confined home by measles.' Stem ^vs>i'Jsi—m. ;Ul,;me|et-;Thursday at r ,. U v.w /MnMMcLean and U^S^RMfethostesses. The sty, which^>uually does not t in January ^hd February, •cd,;to continue meetings this iter and^Sewv for the Red line V|(j^||^,i5ka*!sia t i-L and roll i scr^ture i Rev. Mr. . and Mrs. ^of the les- a book on tlestine. sh plans t< inday, afte i made nee The Rev ached here ence. Halls spen Mrs. Henry and Mrs d on the shells now ship, where they have resided eight years. Fred Will to Arkansas— Fred Will has gone to Little Rock, Ark., for a few weeks of visiting. He planned to visit Herman Dau, former Union resident. Mrs. Reiken io Rochester— . Mae and Beverly Jean Black, Ringsted, spent the weekend at P. M. Christenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Black were Sunday dinner guests there, their daughters returning home tint It 4-ltMMA rence Dittmers were Sunday din*""• ""ests at Leonard Dittmer's, The Delmar Angus with them. *..- S. M. Orwicks, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroe- ?er, Fenton, spent a week ago .^ n ±L^ ve ?i n S at Henry Alice Will is caTmg fo7 the 1^^: Mr. 8 and Mrl^aU Melvin Reiken children. Mrs. Lnych, John Whitford and Mrs £S3. JhVcJc^fU^r 0 *E a ZS$?£^.l«fK Other Ualon Ne W8 . Jay^iS^S SS^Sf^ «u"-*, a ? 4d Mrs> Knute Bolin an d evening at F. F. Schroeder's the Walter Heerdts spent Sun- Fenton, in honor, of Mrs F F's day at Guckeen, Minn., guests of u '-"- J — ' * lB Mr. and Mrs. N Dale Blair. It was 1r -Blair's birthday anniversary. The Keith Strayers were Sunday dinner guest sat Jens Sorensen s. Louis Heerdt, Lone Rock, has visiting at his brother Walt- n Burt. — - • — ...... and -Mrs. Wilfred Radig were dinner guests at Harold Gross's Gf aettinger. The Grosses hac their son Michael Paul christen- nh,,2 T, % Gr ?ettinger Lutheran church, Gerald Radig and Verona Radig, Grant, being sponsors. •- -...** ^^iinai Dingus iam- -,,--i R: -T^A^fM"*^ 1 at the: -— « and Mrs " J - M - Blanchard Mrs. Chester Alme and Follow-Up Lesson A.-follow-up lesson on home project work covering food and nutrition needs for a family was given at the Mrs. Sumner Parsons home Friday. In charge AMesdam es Tony Jandl, Arendt, and George-Larsen. omen met at Mrs. Loyd Schenck's last week Wednesday for an all- day lesson given by Mrs. Hicks, learned more home-making it . _ . - ° and the women about efficient SENECA The high school girls' basketball teams played Lakota here Friday evening, and both local teams won. This week Friday evening the local girls will play the winner of a Lakota-Whitte?^i e K game at Wesl ey, and this win be the Seneca girls' first game of the county tournament. F - G - Hanna, school coach, of the Seneca school, returned Saturday from .Chicago, where he applied to join the navy. The Maynard Hurlburts and s an Mr. and Mrs. Mansiel Hurlburt, a i A,* G F aettin ger, spent Sunday at Alfred Hurlburt's. The Dale Newbys spent last week-end with relatives at El- .. y attendance from Port- and were Mesdames Charles Scott, Ray McWhorter, Ted Rmgsdorf, Wyot Stott, Tony Jandl, Earl Miller, Bernard Phelps, Martin Larsen, Henry and Edward: Smith. Spring Weaiher for Farmej rpi. *«T__Ai . — +r ———«•• AVA A ****HPAO ' "• The last two weeks of spring- ike weather enabled farmers to bale and haul straw and hay, grind feed, pick a little more corn, saw wood, get brooder houses ready for baby chicks, and check up machinery for re- airs. Many also took time off o answer assessors' questions. It ll soon be time for the high- red seed corn to be delivered nd the nit -will seem that real • • *••* • ****** AU.A o. x uzii ^O were with Spencer relatives' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nolan were dinner guests at Adolph Petersen's, Estherville, Sunday. Barbara Lentsch is nowwork- 'mg at Marinus Nielsen's. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Peterson, a. Or. Hanna, and Belva Wrolstad were dinner guests aj Peter Hansen's Monday evening. What About The Old Folks? When they're not so active anymore and spells of constipation annor them with dizziness, heartburn, headaches: or torturing gas pains, get ADLBRIKA. We have many letters from thankful users who are far past middle-age. Your druggist has ADLERIKA. Lusby & and Mrs ve to Mason ., Mrs, Seip, ) I Rensselaer, ^19. ' illiam Bold„ r infant if'last ,Thurs" Mrs: Bold- J. W. WiMe's f borne in St. nary 30, at • springs and ers, corn- lace cur,„ . Atwater kburner circu- room table, day bed, i-hole range, ,. . iars, tools, ^ WitU U mov AU must be SHIERK 'R/S1 Mist) Hammer often ,tbf >re lerloufc ijpre - serious ?t attention <H. Algon* 0fWt, .A**/* &*H*& » We Have Suits to Suit Your Moods . $11.95 to $24 75 Trim as a drum major's jacket, or subtly detailed for_ fluid, softness . . . they're all suits you'll love for their f fashion - right ness, their handsome fabrics, fine tailoring. Misses and ladies' sizes. Single button, man tailored suit in navy twill _ $24.75 High buttoned suit with patch pockets, in soft pastels $14.95 sons, , birthday. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Terwilliger, Mr. and Mrs. John Terwilliger, daughter Janet, Mrs. Cora Terwilhger, and Russell Terwil- i'Ser, all of Humboldt, the Clifford Muellers, and the Edward BJanchards were Sunday dinner at A. D. Newbroug'is Charles Strayer, daughter Lou, and Mrs. F. A "Par- Storm Lake, spent the week-end at Andrew Thomsen's. Mr- and Mrs. Herman Madsen and Mrs. Knud Thomsen, Ring- there ° Wete Sunday « ucs * s w,?h- Ralph r Biers tedts, Esther M £ hinson, Lola Marlow, Sam McCleish, Bancroft, and .George Kissner, Fenton, spent Wodnes- day evening at Gerald Hutchin- T^,«j P Uri Th ? Biers tedts soent Thursday evening at E. C. Bierstedt's, Burt. The Bierstedts were bunday supper guests at Raymond Bartlett's, Titonka Mrs. Donald Blanchard and ter Donna Mae accompan-' Mr and Mrs. Rby Richardson, Algona, to 1 Akron for the week-end, where they visited Mrs. Rosa Howe. The^Melvin Nelsons, Renwick, and the Maynard Kuecks, Swea City, spent Sunday at William Ne j s °n s. Mrs. Hiram Ackarman and children and Ella Hawbaker spent Saturday afternoon at Alex . me an daughter Shirley, Ottosen, w«Jre f nday dinner guests at Harlan Blanchard's. Mrs. I. W. Nelson left Sunday for Amboy, , Minn., i? V1S1 * the Jesse H&henstein's. Mr and Mrs. James Wadsworth and the Harris Wadsworths were bunday dinner guests at Martin Jensen's, Algona. Mrs. E. E P^ne, Burt, and Mrs. Chester bills, Algona, spent Saturday afternoon at Wadsworth's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawks and son Wayne, of Spirit Lake, spent Sunday with Mrs. Kate Hawks and Mrs. Jessie Stebritz. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at Harley Shellito's, Spencer. Freeman Wolfe, Fenton, spent the week-end at Calvin Householder's. Sunday dinner guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wolfe, and the Donald Guderians, Algona, and the Raymond Bierstedts. Mrs. Faber Dugan and daughter Mary Joe, Humboldt, spent the week-end at Merwin Marlow s. Mrs. Marlow and spent chil- WM ay at William Riley's, West Bend. The Will Christensons spent Sunday afternoon at J. M Jensen's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz entertained the P. L. Persons at Sunday dinner. The Donald Radigs were Sunday supper guests at William Boettcher's Fenton. They spent Thursday evening at John Schal- Im's, Lotts Creek, it being Mrs. Schallm's birthday. Sunday, the Donald and Alex Radigs and Mr. IJOMC Guaranteed WATCH REPAIRING At Barker'!. Algona JANUARY Clearance Sale Closes Saturday Night Save IO to SO per cent on Every Item Coats We hare about 75 nice winter coats left. One nice poup of popular priced untrimmed coats, worth on today s replacement market about $12.75. You can get one for $6. Some better fleeces, tweeds, fur fabrics, worth to -$22.75, at '_ '__$li7oo , ° mae " . " r " trim , Coats ' worth t 0 * 35 ' Ca » »»e ««* lor $22. And our fine HH plush and zipp lined coats at 10 per cent off. All children's coats are proper- tionately reduced. Dresses We have the loveliest line of dresses one could imagine. AH advanced styling to wear now and in the spring and summer season. Mostly light colors. A «rr ft iim' "I? "V 1268 ' One rack of dress «s that are a little older than the others at one-half price. Other, dresses that sold for $3.95 to $4.95, at $8. S nfV«° ^ ? n 8ale at $5 ' Dresses to $10.95 on at $6. And dresses to $16.95 on sale at $8. Shoes We Ibink we carry the best shoe lines In Amerlcn— " '°' ""* ls »» S In Its particular 83? Children's Wear Accessories ,lv «» ""Berles, stock- .lflr.Ii; s ''' 1 |"« re .."'»»se dresses, blouses, jack. ' !™Jb1 ^""l' ! e "" lri ' etc - Prlces P'«'«Wy some Wgner, but we are doing business tod»/. Ladles' Hoor, 1st Floor Children'* floor, 2nd Floor to 19 p. Glenn Householder, son and Dorothy McCleish business trip to Fort ~iday. The Clarence Ma- Algona, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank < B'/TK "^"""TI and , Mr- and Mrs. i Robert Dransfeldt, Bancroft, were evening guests there. Mrs. Frank' Dacken returned Wednesday from a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sanford at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs Rhinehart Wetzell and Ferdinand Mittag spent the week-end with relatives at Austin, Minn The William and Carl Zu—X Lotts Creek, and Rhine- Zumachs, Whittemore, help£• ii. Art ^ um ach celebrate his birthday Saturday evening Sund?/ evening guests there' were Mrs C. W. Peters, Harold and Carolyn, Edw. Leutdek, all of Algona, and Gertrude Peters, Fort JJodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch spent Sunday at Jack Lynch's, Ledyard. The Tom Lynches, Fairmont, spent Wednesday at Dave's. Mrs. Lloyd James spent the week-end with her parents at Thornton. Mrs, Frank Macumber spent f r°m Wednesday till Saturday with Mr. Macumber, Waterloo Mrs. Macumber was returning from Rochester, where she went through the clinic. Dorothy Hansen, who was in charge of the Macumber cafe, returned to her work at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz came home Wednesday from Fort Dodge, where she visited her daughter Catherine. She left Monday for Webster City, where she has employment as a beautician. Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenau and daughter Ruth, Lotts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Laabs and family. Mrs. Laabs and Mrs. A. H. Hanna attended a training school at Lloyd Schenck's, Burt. Wednesday. The previous'lesson was given Tuesday at Mrs Laabs.' A farewell party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Harris and :he Everett Harrises Sunday af- :ernoon. Attending: the Henry Fox family, the Charles Fox family, Wilbur Fox and daughter, ;he Art Ringers, Joe Fox, all of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. jamon, and the John Harrises, <airmont, the John Hoppes, Lu Verne, Bert Phillips and Joe Ma- gonical. The Harrises were presented with a purse. Ervin Richards and a friend, of Blue HMh, were evening callers at the m Richards home. The Robert nar- veys, Union township, were Sunday dinner guests at William Rath's The Harlan Blancnards were Sunday dinner guests at Ralph Reidle's, Fenton. They were afternoon callers at Albert Shafer's. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, daughters Helen and IC ne .!« sl ? ent Sund ay afternoon at the Walter Jentz home, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and son Everett, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at George Long's. Lavonne Ban- ?»r c j and , Cnris t j na Kading spent Wednesday night with Lucille Haack and Jean Bates spent the week-end with her. --- -— •-^ -.WMMIO and Mr, ana. ~* Clinton Rath, Lu Verne, the William Raths and Mrs. Alma Johnson, Algona, the Ralph Hurl- burts, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire surprised Mrs. Martha Rath on her birthday Saturday evening. Mrs. Frank Householder will be hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whalen and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stowe, Dolliver, were Sunday dinner guests at Hugh Marlow's. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger, spent Sunday at E. M. Jensen's. u NCI i. OAK STORES YOUR MEALTIME AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 AND 31 "Certified" Food Values! Tender, Juicy BEEF ROASTS Pound, 25* and 19' Pork Loin PURE GROUND BEEF 2 IBS 33c Bacon Squares, Ib. . .17c BOLOGNA »K- Lb. 17c Roasts and Chops 1 Qc Pound, 25« and X J7 Shoulder Steak, Ib. .29c POTATO BREAD Apricots CARAMELS BKhST. SYRUP SSf. 2 M 99, Pears Firm, tree ripened fruit in light syrup for sauce and salad. COCOA 2—No. 2i/ 2 Cans 3S C OATS 2 npe f b Brand - Qulck » ^^^^ * *•* Regular. Largre Packag MILLER'S CORN FLAKES, 2 package. ~"""~~ ' ———^^— COUNCIL OAK BUTTER 34c pound NANCY ANN BREAD Ulb. Loaf lOc STOCK SALT 49c 100 IDS. bag THICK, MEATY EVAP. PEACHES 2 White Loaf Flour 49 Ib. bag . $1 69 ^ Gerber's Baby Foods Junior and -g o Strained, 2 cans .... IOC Pre-Cooked Cereal. 2 ftsga. Coffee Pound Bag 28c 3 Pound Bag.. Cuffee Pound 29c i Pound Jar., Coffee Pound 2Oc Pound Washington DELICIOUS APPLES New Crop ICEBERG LETTUCE Green Top Carrots gU 5 C NEW CABBAGE, Pound 5c ^ Jersey Sweet Spuds, 5 Ibs. .. 19c E8tSLH&S£-SX»*#* Wa«d Beets, Carrots »W* £^* *«NWBK:—Washed am carrots, Bntabagas, Parsnips and Turnips. "CHICKEN BAISEBS" We pay 29c for your eggs. FANCY NAVEL 4 CHANGES, each 1C Dependable BROOMS Lous Wearing and Straight Handles Each 75c and, 52c CAMAY TOILET SOAP KIRK'S i HARD WATEH CASTILE Per f Cake ....1 5((? IVORY FLAKES P&G Naphtha Soap Gfallt 27c WE 61AOU ACCEPT Q,UH3£ ANO BlUE FOOfl SJ

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