Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1942 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1942
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COtimiY AfrVANCE, ALQONA, -IOWA and ?! •i burn- lit'Swift's who - (night, Taut th t cSlled at 10: D>M. VL ML IprOther* Bt._ ..„,.,-._,.-—. { Forrest Johnfiort, Ruth i few days at Iowa City toon wit the V'r . accompanied et* and hi« ,wif e,JWr. and ven, last IS j,, nuktwtbl* ;lfti** than has 1 some years been his win. wont, Albert .Ogfeh has re, Ited to hi* old haunt at Grande i Vis, San Antonio, Te*. w i»w' Alffona branch of the tuth Red Cross Chapter will ,. ,t Friday afternoon at 1:30 in ""''•library assembly room. Or- zation will be completed, cud has IMM received from Clara E: Lewis askihg that Advance be forwarded to the ge/hotel, San^Antonio, Tex. daughter ^ Ella 1»;with her. Hfrtora*y» H. B.;,White, G. D. ,«;., nway, and DellaiWelter were • 'es Moines last week Thurs- Friday, and, Saturday, at- ing a lawyers'' state income school " , v , v > ', j0a Johnson, '.Ttirll, .was a It-end guest,of; he* uncle and Dr. and Mrs;»H.iM,'Olson. Olson's moth«v"'Mri. Lulu isoh, Ruthven, 'was* a visitor week at the ; Olson home. m. Frank YstM, Canton, 111., leave Friday,'after a month at her father ^William Dehn-^> Mr. Dehnert has,been in ••«, health for'some .years, and ... te has been seriously sick, "'"iiirgar»ii Rlchard*oa,> Charles Mrs. Anderson, the former Alvft Sonerholrn, Crystal Lake. Th« Her. Edward Faiid«l, Sanbom, his mother, Wfs. Mlk4 Pandel, an9 his sister, Mrs. T. J. Kelly, both women of Whittemore, were* Monday guests here of Mrs. Alfred Semon, daughter of Mrs. Fandel. Father Fandel is a> young Catholic priest/ Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, the latter's brother, Dr. E. J. Capesius, Fenton, and Caroline Kipfer, also Fenton, fiance of Doctor Capesius, are attending an annual state Veterinarians' convention at Des Moines. The convention opened Tuesday and closes today. Mr. and MM. .Victor Young, of Pocahontas,. with their son Bobby, were week-end guests' of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle. The Youngs are being transferred to Storm Lake by the Standard Oil company. ;Mrs. Young is a sister of Mrs. McCorkle and Mrs. H. B. White here. Ruth Payne, accompanied by Viola Baldner and Mary Frances demons, all nurses of Mason school N oa Jofc tend! , Dr. i Olsor City, came Saturday week-end with Ruth's for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. Gerard Romhig and Richard Hauptley, Mason City, came for them Sunday evening. Olive Baleman and Mrs. A. C. Buckles, Webster City, with the latter's daughter Phyllis, were Sunday dinner guests of the A. A. Sterlings. The women are sisters of Mrs. Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Burt, with two children, called at the Sterling home Sunday. Some Algonians will remember Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., who some years ago spent a year or two here with her aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. She was married a year or two ago, and now has her first child, a girl. Her husband is associated with his father in conduct of a big cotton and fruit ranch near MuskogeeT Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman returned to their home at Shakopee, Minn., Sunday after having been with their daughter, Mrs. where Mrs. Fox and Billy are living. Doctor Fox also has a modern brick home in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wrede spent Sunday at Garner with the former's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede. Harold operates Milady's beauty salon here. Sunday evening supper guests of the local Wredes were Robert Kabelitz and Alvin Zeitz, Cedar Rapids, and a Mrs. Worwod, Garner, with her son. Robert, attending a barber college, is a brother of Mrs. Wrede, and Mr. Zeitz is employed in an office. Mrd. Wrede and Robert are children of the Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz, Fenton. LOCALS DEFEAT HAMPTONjIOWA FALLS COMING \\l\ was a weekend guest of, _ . I | ..brother, the Rev.'C'. C. Rich-1 Stanley Muckey, who had an ap- J>h, local'Presbyterian pastor, pendicitis operation at the Kos- 5 ' Richardson iis artfteacher in suth hospital last weekThursday Charles City high school. ' evening. Mr. Blinkman, son of '•ffdon Lanon, bookkeeper at Mrs. Lenore Peck here, is fore:— ^Pioneer plant,; left/Tuesday man of an N. Y. A. shop at Shnk- i few days at,:his hprne at opee. i [bridge, Minn.,, before return-' ""....jib the army. He was one of iamuiover-age meiu jreleased last K — n rered •. and Btos. J: E. Willey spent day with the''former's sister, FL na high school, and her late was a Methodist minis- u --':iin1ithe last i;" winter at sales A:far*v 14 in y is-, assist' at «iadt,' j,oiw i. jaenyjiisi(ionrner,!';jAiBonian, C ^Clef^itfftflilothihg'lsiore - at .. o^m^mii^imm^ /.•..,-,-•..•..-•;. .-•.:•••.••.''• .t'i-, t .-!;i>ja.-f* Tfn^^t ' i_ • ifjFellowship ,2 fin- choir : A 2 sred roduttii ad i The Cresco township teachers met at Donna Dooley's here Monday evening, and tests in Bennet's book on -worktype reading and Midland Schools were worked out, after which refreshments . Clara' > Glasgow; Spencer.' were served. Other teachers in Glasgow once, taught ,in the i the township include Eleanor " " " " " ' Fraser, Ruth Butts, Donna Insco, Donna Dooley, and Leona Halverson. Five local Presbyterians — the Rev. C. C. Richardson, C. U. Pollard, Frank Geigel, Jos. Wadleigh, and C. F. Specht—attended a district every-member canvass conference of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Fort Dodge yesterday (Wednesday). Dr. Alva King, New York City, was the speaker. Noon dinner was served at the Y. W. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingham spent the week-end at Oskaloosa with Mrs. Ihghafn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.-Sears, arid on the way home spent Monday at Ottumwa with -the G. M. Howards, former Algonians. Mr. Ingham is manager of the local Graham store, and Mr. Howard for a year or two owned what is now the Richardson hardware. The Robert Poindexters left Sunday for a new home at Des Moines. Mr. Poindexter had been manager of the Pioneer Hi-Bred corn plant here since it was built, four years ago, but now has the Des Moines plant, also one at Weaver. The new man here is Herbert Hedlund,, Des Moines, who, with his wife and two months old daughter, arrived Monday. The Hedlunds are living at 412 South Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle plan to leave February 1, or thereabouts, for a month at Santa Monica, Calif., where the son Donald is employed in a North American airplane factory. Don, aid went out there a few months ago, and first took a course in the Douglas school for airplane mechanics. He and another young man have an apartment together, and the elder Clapsaddles will live with the boys while on the Coast. Dr. L. W. Fox is leaving by the Rocket at Mason City Sunday for a month at Tucson, Ariz., with his wife and son Billy. The latter two, in Arizona in the interest of Billy's-health, live there during the school year. Asked what he would do for a car x in Arizona, Doctor Fox replied "I already have one there." He also owns another home at Tucson, [A school ^classes will , ,,, .r^ilifhext^'Tuesday ing at'the?high school build- ? ient|iailittierstrohger each : and;;:ir(terest|ih;the classes u —'— of the iMr. and and West ip were guests j» H Sandy, lit of in{brother sister ' Dixon ' schools Moines bther-in- hp is in fiith had keny or- nith is a fWittern, rley and "" at Es- lior col- nent and Vittern is i | Saturday " /of the , week at 'and Roy end dur- |The i mar- r eeks. spent Lakes as lately irge. He day. The d son of ^Rollasch eat '»- Btherville, en store been at of asth- iftjierville, is for jfter both cWhorter, and • a shower Burt Jay. Miss ried to |ii.irt, Sun- peal Farm Super- fFSA con- 'he con- to aid the na- agri- fAnderson, at &e her son, 'I a store; By one point, Algona "high" won a basketball game from Hampton Tuesday evening, score 35-34. The game kept Algonians "on their feet" to the finish, and Coach Keefer thought it a mighty well-fought game. Algona scored 11 points in the first quarter to Hampton's only 4, but at the half it Was even 21 points for each side. In the third quarter Algona was behind eight points, but in the finish came up from behirid for the one point lead. Algona's Scorecard. Algona's team, positions, etc., follow: Pos. F.G. FT. P.F. Willasson __F 45 2 Nichols F O 12 Will C 2 3 1 Holdren __.G 3 2 1 Colberg ____G 122 Steven __—F 100 11 13 8 Algona's second team lost to Hampton's, 18 to 31. Iowa Falls Coming. This week Friday night at 8 Algona will nlay Iowa Falls, here. Iowa Falls has had only two losses this season and ranks third in the conference. If Algona can win this eame, the locals will tie the visitors for the third position in the conference. Algona now stands fourth. Cloar Lake is first. Humboldt second. At 7 o'clock the same evening the Algona seconds will play the Lakota seconds. Juniors Beat Lakota. Algona's junior high team played Lakota Monday night at the Bryant building, and the score was 38-16 in favor 'of Algeria. ^ The local 7th and 8th grade boys and the freshmen team will play Lakota, there, Saturday. The loqal freshmen have so far lost a game and-won one, but the grades have not lost a game out of five played. NAVY SCHOOL STUDENT. Raymond, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Johnson who had been at the Great Lakes naval training station near Chicago, is now at a navy service school at Dearborn, Mich. His father is, a local carpenter. ANNIVERSARY. Lone Rock, Jan. 18 — Thirty persons attended a surprise for Mr. and Mrs. August ^Heinen on their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday evening. TWO HERE IN PHILIPPINES IN 1898 WAR A front-page story in last weeks Advance told of the late Carl Setchell, father of Kay Setchell here, and the elder Mr. Setchell's service in the 13th Minnesota regiment in the Philippines in the Spanish-American war. The story stated that Mr. Setchell was the only Algonian in the Philippines at the lime, which brings a correction from John Wheelock, of the local post- office. Mr. Wheelock says that his brother, E. E. Wheelock, now of El Paso, Tex., was also in the 13th Minnesota regiment and served in the Philippines in 1898. E. E. Wheelock was private secretary to General Otis, and long after serving in the Spanish-American war he also had a hand in World War I, when he was stationed at Camp Louis, Wash. E. E. had planned to stay in Gordon Dewel Gets Dental Assignment the service after World War I, but he suffered a leg injury, when a horse fell .on him at Camp Lewis, and so had to retire. E. E., even before the first World war, foresaw war with Japan. Now, at 65, he wishes he could help in World war II. E. E. is a retired newspaperman, and his father was the late A. E. Wheelock, a Kossuth pioneer and one-time district court clerk. NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK HOLDERS OF THE ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY. 'Algona, Iowa, January 21, 1942. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, according to the Articles of Incorporation, that the regular annual meeting of the above named corporation will be held in the Algona' High School Auditorium on January 31, 1942. The meeting will be called to order by the Chairman at 1:00 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of election of directors for the corning year and for receiving, and if approved, ratifying, and confirming all the acts and proceedings of the Board of Directors of the corporation done and taken during the preceding year and for the transaction of such further and other business as may properly cdme before the meeting. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY, M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, 19-20 Secretary-Treasurer. Kossuth County BoysV Basketball Tournament A. H. S. GYM February 5-6-7-9 Thursday p, in. and evening, Friday, Saturday, and Monday evenings, First Round Games: Lakota vs. Lu Ver»e, 1:45 p. m,; Titonka vs. Grant twp.,* 3 p. ».; Burt v?3. Bancroft, 4:15 p. m.; Wesley vs. Whittenaqre, 6:45 p. m.; Swea City vs. Ledyard, 8 p, m.; Seneca vs. Algona, 9:15 p. m. AH are on Thursday. Fenton and Lone Rock drew byes. " Admission: Thursday sessions — Students (13o plus ;?c tax) 15c. , A4ults 137c plus i 3c tax) „ 3Qc p^ Session*—Studentr(18c plus 2c tax) 20c Adults, (3$c plus,4c tax) 40e , Ex-Algona Girl is a College Teacher Mrs. Dale Carr, Oskaloosa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, has been made French teacher at Penn college there for the rest of the school year. A vacancy was caused by sickness of the French professor, a native Frenchwoman. Mrs. Carr hesitated to take so important a position, but was assured that good records at Iowa City and Oskaloosa qualified her for the job. She is the former Juno Adel Overmyer, and she taught French in the Oskaloosa high school before marriage. Her husband is a grocer. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY—FEB. 29-80 Thursday Bargain Mat., 2 p. m., 25c. DUNNE-MONTGOMERY PRESTON FOSTER Produced and Directed by GREGORY A Woman's Picture / Appealing to men! Delightfully entertaining Romantic comedy. Plus "In a Pet Shop" SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 Big Double Feature. 3-WAY PROGRAM No. 1 Camp Comedy SAT. MIDMTE 11 O'CLOCK SUNDAY-MONDAY JAN. 31-FEB. 1-2 *omli thejjluesf A Blitz Busier ol Laughs with the Bowling Fun-makers of Tank A Million" William 1 TRACY >s Joe SAWYERj No. 2—Western GENE AUTRY No. 3—Fun for the entire family. M\<*tf Too^> m mttS 0M ZKOAVHAV. Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Ark., Jan. 24—Corps Area Service Command Headquarters announced today the assignment of Private Irving G. Dewel, Algona, la., to the army and navy general hospital at Hot Springs, Ark., for a one to three months dental technician course. Private Dewel is a member of the llth Evacuation hospital in training at Camp Robinson. SAVE nr Tl Dr. D. •R nn ««v> OPTOMETRIST Booren Helse Bldg> Alw Iowm J*»|S GllA>UB tf&axy* \.f .s'.t,-^ m*.', m& I TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8-4 Continuous show from 1 O'clock Daily. ROBT PRESTON ELLEN DREW —in— Hollywood's Best Mystery Story ''THE NIGHT OF JAN. 16" Plus Walt Disney's "Chef Donald" Bunion Remission nnvrimE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATUEDAY, JANUARY 29-31 .yyil, yt.oHt,;f.JlgH^ARk SHAW : f MAJOR BARBARA •wItt.-WENDY HItLEH • HEX H A H frl-SUlM Plus Serial—>'Holt of Secret Service* SUNDAY-MONDAY, FEB. 1-2 Plus Second Feature It's a Blitz Buster of Laughter! WM. TRACY JOE SAWYER —in — «HAY FOOT" . TUESDAY.WEDNES., FEB. 8-4 Extended Run Year's big laugh show. MICKEY ROONEY JUDY GARLAND —in— "BABES ON BROADWAY" MQinissmn It, i < nnvTimt TOMATO JUICE 20-oz. I. G. A. 3 P7r cans b I V Pure Apple Butter, 2-lb. jar 17c W. & N. Peanut Butter _ _ _ 2-lb. jar 28c 18-K Grape Juice quart hot. 25c Grapefruit Juice. No. 2 can, ea. lOc Orange Juice, No. 2 can 2 cans 25c TOMATOES No. 2 Red Ripe cans YDOl, Large Box 19c TOMATO SOUP Campbell's O cans £ I C MACARONI Cut 2b b0 x 12c GLO-COAT Johnson's PINT 55c CHOC'LATE GEMS Semi Sweet 7-oz. 1 fi*% pkg 1UC VANILLA 'XTRACT Large 8£t_ ...... 9c PINEAPPLE Crushed or Tidbits 3t 9 ^ 28c TOILET SOAP Lux or Lifebuoy 4 bar. 21 C PEANUT BRITTLE 2ibs._ 15c Hard Mix CANDY 2 ibs 15c WAX PAPER 40-ft. rolls im boxes I OC ARROWAX Quart can. Liquid Wax ORANGES Med. size POL 15c ALGONA BUTTER IB. 37c Much More ib COCOA 2 box 19c JONATHON APPLES BU.......... 1.69 French Milled Soy Flakes, Irg. box 17c Mary Stevens Salad Dressing __qt. 33c Apple Sauce, tall cans each 9c 18k Catsup, 14-oz. bottle 2 for 29c Sally May Cleans. Tissue box of 500 23c Flogers Coffee 2 Ibs. S7c Whole Kernel Corn, No. 2 can, 2 for 21 c Fancy Peas, tall cans lOc Fancy Mixed Vegetables, No). 2 can 9c Gold Nug. Pancake Flour _3-lb. pkg. 13c Marshmallows, 2 large pkgs. 25c Dawn Tissue 4 large rolls 27c Free- ENAMELWARE-Sauce Pan with purchase of 491bs. Enriched "Kitchen-tested" GoldMedalFlour$2.29 Ivory Soap __________ 2 large bars 19c Spaghetti, IGA tall cans _____ 2 for 19c Sno White Bleach ______ quart bot. 15c Graha mCrackers _______ 2-lb. box 21 c The New Breakfast Food, 7-oz. pkg. Cheerioflts 2 Ige. pkg. 14c Texas Seedless Grapefruit, med. size ____ -.10 for 21c Oranges, 220 large size, doz. ____ 25c Fancy Onions, yellow ______ 4 Ibs. 25c Oranges, large size, IfJO's ____ doz. 33c Fancy Jonathon Apples ___ ,_ _5 Ibs. 25c California Carrots ______ 2 Irg. bu. 13c Lettuce, large solid heads ____ 2 for 17c Lemons, large size _ _________ doz. 29c — Quality Meats — PICNICS "sasr. _____________ ,„. 24 1 / 2 c BACON SQUARES ....... ........ 18V>e Platter Style FANCY SLICED BACON -ib. 23c BEEF RIB BOIL .,,14V 2 c BEEF CHUCK ROASTS ,,. 22c PURE GROUND BEEF 2, 33c Fancy Corn Fed Beef SIRLOIN STEAK -Ib. 27c RING BOLOGNA • l^r%r" w liVIJPKi * Th« Horn* of fatter Valum I

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