Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1942
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av Y-A-WAY MtppsJOtrB NEW SPRING iti lit or Suit VOW 11 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONTA JQWA Vcra Chipman, of Burt, Is Married C DOWN COUPLE HAVE BEGAN WEDDED LIFE_ATRODE Burt, Feb. 4—Vera, daughter of E. O. Chipman, and Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham, were married at 6 o'clock Sunday „, ,, , evening at the Methodist church R* c0e * v*;"!? 1 here bv the Rev. H. W .T.npU-™™ December 7. SWEA-EAGLE SOLDIER IN THE * HAWAltN ISLANDS UNINJURED " FOR YOU Coats $10.95 to $18.00 imit si. lot bet 1. So W S There are plenty of cold days ahead! Place your order now for our <diisi- free clean coal and defend your home against winter chills and ills. Our coal burns cleaner and has a greater heat content. Winter illness attacks through your fuel bin! Order a good supply of coke today and be assured of clean, free burning heal for the rest of the cold weather. Quick, courteous deliveries. Steal a march on old man winter by checking up on your oil supply today! Get a minimum of waste and maxi- T 1 ?- 0 !! ™f** by usil »Sr.our clean fuel Si ** yo ** fuel necessi Norton and Son PHONE 229 the Bed Tracks Serve You* i- v v,* ..i.» 6 en, me J-Vii^LlIUUlSt UI1UI Cn here by the Rev. H. W. Jackman, pastor, who performed a double- ring ceremony. The bride wore a long white gown of white Wing de Rae silk and finger-tip veil with coronet headdress. She carried a white Bible and a shower bouquet, and was attended by her niece, Joan Chipman, who wore a peach-colored floor - length gown with a corsage of gladioli. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Kenneth Graham, Plymouth. Leslie Graham, brother of the bridegroom, and Laurence Chipman, cousin of the bride, were ushers. Before the ceremony Erna Baars sang I Love You Truly and At Dawning, accompanied by Swea-Eagle Twj., Feb. 4—A. M. Kollasch recently received a letter from his son Maurice, private first-class,, in the Hawaiian islands. The letter was dated January 15, and Maurice said everything was then "o. k." with him. He is in the marines on Johnson island, which was among attacked by the Japs on week Tuesday Rath's. at Mrs. Carl Pvt. Henry Rockier, of run, Leonard Wood, returned to camp last week Wednesday, after a two weeks sick leave here at his uncle and aunt Mr . and Mrs Jacob Kockler's. At the camp hospital he had-an appendectomy nefore his leave. Before entering the army he lived with the Kocklers. Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. VVihiam Krmr.m; Glen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders, left Monday for Des Moines to be inducted in the army. Robert Sanders, who has left for army service, was honoree at a farewell party given by the Baptist young people at Frank Improvements at McGregor's— The Fred C. McGregor farm : home has been undergoing remodeling since early last fall Last week the work was completed. New cupboards in the kitch- ; en a bath room, a hot and cold Fort ! W? fl Gr systcmi > and a septic tank amn : ™ lth . sewer drainage were among amo the improvements. also played the wedding march. .. The church was decorated for the occasion. White lattice work and potted slants formed a background in front of whinh was a white altar, with candles and' bouquets of gladioli, narcissus, and jonquils. Many white candles were used to liftht the room. After the ceremony a recention was given in the church dining room, and a large group of relatives and friends were guests The bride, graduate of 'the Burt hfeh school, also of Hamilton s school of commerce at Mason City, had been keeping house for her father. The bridegroom also a graduate of the Burt high school, is employed by the Eastman Studio. Bode, where the couple will live. Among out of town relatives and friends not already mention- Women in Three Meetings A Red Cross knitting school was held recently at Mrs. Adolph Anderson's, 15 women attending, and a nutrition for defense meeting was held next day at Mrs. John Johnson's in Eagle township. Mrs. Hicks gave a lesson on nutrition to leaders in Swea and Harrison townships this Two to Lutheran Conference— Linus Peterson and the Rev. R. E. Borg, of the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City, were delegates to an annual business meeting of the northwest district of Iowa Lutheran churches at 1'ort Dodge Monday. Oilier Swea-Eagle. Mrs. Ervin Link, Mrs. Samuel Link, and Mrs. Dillard Bishop were hostesses to the Swea City Baptist Guild Friday. A missionary program was in charge of Mrs. Emil Larson and Mrs Kenneth Letcher. Mrs. Rudolph Nelson, Comfrey, Minn., and her son Howard were Saturday-Sunday guests at the ! former's brother Walter C Peter- ' son's here and the brother Wil-' ham's near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wickstrom, Minneapolis, were weekend visitors at John Jongberg's ! and with Mrs. Wickstrom's' grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Anderson. SENEGA GIRLS WIN KOSSUTH CHAMPIONSHIP Seneca, Feb. 3—The local high school girl's basketball team is out in front again, having won the girls' county tournament at Wesley Saturday evening. Thursday evening the Seneca girls met the Whittemore girls in Seneca s first game of the tour™?i?£ nt ' and the locajs defeated Whittemore, 72-34. The Wesley girls won from Titonka by a s"™ 1 ?, mar S>n thc same evening. Friday evening the Seneca girls again motored to Wesley, where they met and defeated 'the , Wesley girls, 51-14. The Ledyard girls defated Lone Rock the same I night, and Seneca and Ledyard were thus left to battle it out for. the county championship. Seneca overpowered Ledyard, 34-22 The Seneca first-string players ' fr?: forwards, Lois Looft, Jean! Wilberg, Donna Jean Cody! guards, Blanche Olsen, Donna i Je 2 n B ? ln e. Joanne Kennedy. The local girls had a successful season, having lost only two games, one to the Ottosen "Powerhouse," the other 4 to a Havelock sextette. The Ibcals tied a game with Gruver. The Seneca boys will meet the Algona boys at Algona this week Thursday evening in the first round of a county tournament. Other Seneca News. La Vaun Gunderman, Dysart, Virginia Carlisle, Durand, Wis. Jean Short, Mathis, Tex., and Carmen Wilcox, Flora, 111., were dinner and supper guests at Arthur Paulsen's Sunday. Beulah Hartshorn, Spencer, spent last week-end at the parental Roy Hartshprn's. Sharon Noyes, Granada ff- e . nt ^ w £ ek at D - A ter's. Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Chris Anderson, daughter ^a, Mrs. I. C . McCord, and Erol Goodmanson, Albert Lea. p Und ? y at Leo Anderson'^ LEDYARD The Ledyard girls' basketball team won the county runner-up trophy Saturday night at the county tournament at Wesley. The Seneca team defeated the locals, 34-22. The annual meeting of the creamery board was held Saturday at the creamery. Earl Richardson was elected director to succeed Samuel Weaver. Reu- &?u , L " ttef s Poke on Selling Whole Milk. Lunch was'..served to 125 people, with Mrs. William Flynn, Mrs. Clayton Roseboro Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Seylar, Estherville, were Sunday dinner guests at Wm. E. Stubbe's. Mr! and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse were at Leon Worden's, Fair- Mr and Mrs. Albert Brand's son Arvid is at Pearl Harbor, where he is a welder. —Buy Defense Bonds— —Buy Defense Bonds— "Grouchy" Husbands and wives, m»y be Buffering from aggravating bowel gaj, soar stomach or headache, caused by spells ol constipation. Try AD- LER1KA. Ineffectively blenda B carminatives for relief of gas pains, and 3 laxatives for gentle, quick bowel action. Your druggiat Lusliy & Giossi MRS, DUDDING, 77, BANCROFT DIES JAN, 28 Bancroft, Feb. 2—Mrs. the Croft club. "Jim" left next day to join the navy. Banns for Bancroft Couple Banns of matrimony were published for the second time Sunday for Marie Fisher and William Haisman. Other Bancroft News. . Leona Kramer, R. N., Sioux Eliza- Clty ' s P ent Sunday with her par- -j__- ,ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F Kramer and friends not already mention- Bancroft, Feb. 2—Mrs. Eliza- j Clty ' s P ent Sunday with her pared who attended the wedding'I beth Budding, 77, died Wednes- I ^} ts > Mr - an d Mrs. J. F. Kramer were Howard Chipman, Mason ' dav > January 28 at the home of j £P e F - H - Meschers were at I City;.Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown j her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Fox, and \ Sioux City last week Wednesday and the Emory Browns. Hnrnm- funeral services were condnotpd to /visit the daughter. Sr M City;.Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown and the Emory Browns, Garner- Mr, and Mrs. John Emmet. Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilier and Mrs. L. V. McWhorter, Algona; Kenneth May, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bjorke Plymouth; and a group from Bode, funeral services were conducted Saturday at 9:30 at St. John's Catholic church, where the Rev. to/visit the daughter," ~Sr M Camillas. W. D. .Lattimer, Mason City, uatnolic church, where the Rev w - u - .^attimer, Mason City J. H. Schultes, pastor, sang the spel } t Sunday at -the V. J. Latti- requiem mass. Biirinl wa« ma^o mers with his mothpr Mrc TV/TO™, requiem mass. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Dudding was Elizabeth Conroy before marriage, and she was born at La Salle, 111., in 1865 On June 6, 1894, she was married to George Dudding at Cullom, 111., and they lived at Emington, 111., till 1915, when they moved to ,a farm north of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Dudding had three sons—William, Louis, and Mac—and one other daughter, • Minnie Mousel, also an alentine Lifetim DIAMOND exquisite quality an traditionally sound value. Woman's Club Has Meeting— The Woman's club met Monday evening, Mrs. James Christiansen and Mrs. John Long Jr assisting, and the topic was Journalists Yesterday and Today. Lulu Hawcott reviewed ! Three Rousing Cheers, by Eliza- oeth Jordan, and music was fur, mshed by Barbara Thomoson Mrs.-Minnie- Mousel, also an | who played the xylophone, Bettyl ? d °Pted daughter, Mrs. Leo Wil- ; Bee Christiansen at the piano. ! *} elmi - There are 15 grandchil- • ine club,pnllprto<i m n >.a +u«_ *^n dren. A sister of Mrs Dudding Mrs. A. P. Neuhoff, lives at Peona, 111., and a brother lives at Billings, Mont. Mr. Dudding died in 1921. Mrs. Ducking fell down stairs last September 9. She suffered -„ „„„, xjaui.-ion a broken kg in the fall, and she Fenton, Lone Rock, Titonka, and w . as taken to an Estherville hos- Burt, also from townships in this plta1 ' wher e she remained a few neighborhood attended a sec-1 weeks > af ter which she was with tipnal Red Cross meeting at the I Mrs ' Mous el at Estherville till *•"•*./ «u b*n_ y . U, mer s with his mother, Mrs. ary Lattimer, who was critically sick I a few days last week. The Edw. Hattens, Stacyville, were Sunday dinner guests at L. C Hatten's and called on Mrs , Mary Hatten and at the W F I Schiltz home. ' I Mrs. Flynn Hunt was brought 1 home last week Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital, where she , recently had an operation I John Schneider Sr. has been ' confined to Bed by sickness since Saturday. ; —~~ — "**« **«"*»<=! i 01, tue piano j The club-collected more than $40 lat the anuual tag day Saturday, 1 and this will be used for new books for the local public li- j brary. Red Cross Meeting Hold- Fifty women from Bancroft, and tipnal Red Cross meeting at the I ^ LTS - Mous el at Estherville till Burt school gymnasium Monday 'January 20, when she was Mrs. Mary Woodward, county ' Bought to the Fox home, where chairman, presided, reports for , r 16 the last year were given, and I few Mrs. Woodward explained the work to be done this year , had resided during the last Birthday is Celebrated— Monday was Mrs. Geo. Koest- lers birthday, and Sunday some of her children and the families brought dinner for thp day with her. Attending: Mrs. Elmer Hansen, Bncelvn, Minn.; three sons; Mr. and ^rs. Clifford Krantz .Titonka, Kenneth Krantz; • the James Christiansens and the George Koestlers Jr. Attended Em'hurct Weddino— The Emil Haases attended the wedding of Bernadine Wojahn and Edw. Bredehoft at Emmetsburg Sunday. 4 »»l»i. r Kurt \IMVI,. Mrs Bertha Wallace returned Saturday from Mason City.where she had spent a week with her three sons. She is 'at C V Schrader's this week, 'Mrs! iSchrader being sick abed Mrs. Kate Doege, Algona, spent the week-end at her daughter Mrs. Aaron Taylor's, and Betty Hutzell, - who works for Mrs Doege was with her parents, Mr! and Mrs. Glenn Hutzel. M r s -Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, spent Thursday afternoon with h »*i ™° ih £' Mrs; G ' c - Alle n- w-n-M 1 *-Elmer Kienitz and Mrs. Wl i ham gienitz. also Lakota, visited the^Edw. Kienitzes. The Karl Andersons and Lois Lavrenz spent Sunday with Mrs Anderson's mother, Mrs.< Mary Chamberlin, Humboldt. It was Mrs Chamberlin's birthday. The Legion boys and the Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at James Christiansen's, Mrs. Wyot Former Bancrofter Patient Relatives here of Mrs. Joseph -Whalen, Mason City, have received word that she was recently taken to Iowa City for medical treatment. She has been in poor health for some weeks. Fi «t Child .for Fangmans— Mr. and Mrs. Quenten Fangman are parents of an 8-lb son u^ Th . ursda y. January 29, first child Mrs. Fangman is the former Lucille Vaske. Patient Taken to Fort Dodge— _ Alfred Menke was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Monday He , recently had an appendectomy here and had not been recovering satisfactorily. Farewell for a Sailor— Friends gave a party honoring James Gink Monday evening at 1 ' BACK FROM MARKET Yes, we just returned from market. And brought back a lovely new line of hats lots of New Shoes, Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, and Blouses. (Yon will be equally surprised) at how very nice and reasonably priced our new merchandise is. Make your spring selection now. Stott and Mrs. Henry Smith as. , Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner have moved to a house north of Bancroft, and Mr. Warner is l"*«. a ] the Wel P h^chery. bi rthday party for Mrs. r = ™ er Was given at - *e ?ven?ng. US h ° me Friday n^vt 6 ^ a ^ d J Cil " Cle WU1 mg et next Tuesday with Mrs. A G Volemine, Mrs. G. C. Allen as : . Do , r °thy Bockes,. Waterloo, ar- r ved Monday for a week at her sister Mrs. Gerald Schafer-s GRANT Attention! Piles Sufferers The McCleary Clinic, E201 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs ? Utting out a new book * 0 * f nyone a «lfcted with Fistula, and othsr rectal or A farewell party was given Thursday evening at the school- houSe for the A. A. Jacobsons, who left later in the week for a new home in northern Minnesota- A large crowd attended, and the tjme was spent at Beards and other games. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson were presented with a rocking chair. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ziolske, who purchased the Jacobson store, held open house Saturday. Coffee, doughnuts, and cookies were served. A waffle and oyster supper prepare*! by men was served at * 1<SM churcjj last week ednesday evening, after which the play, The Old Maids' Association, was given ^y the women. G. G. SHIERK PODIATRIST (Foot Specialist) Corns, Callouses, Hammer loes. etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more s'eriow trouble by prompt attention Don t negleet your feet Hutchison Bid*. Spring Charmer Over-all perfection sure to bring you wearing pleasure . . . favored soft coat tucked and tailored to waist - slimming, hip- smoothing lines. The clever buckle ... of gleaming goldi metal. Covert twill (100% wool) in sand beige, sky blue, sunrise gold. 9-17. $24.75 Kresensky's r FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AND 7, 1 942 'Why Council Oak! Thrifty shoppers do not select as their regular source of supply a store that has only "price" to offer. They take an interest in "price" but their purchase must represent "Real Value at the Price" This IB why so many thrifty shoppers consistently buy at the "Dependable" Council Oak Stores. Council Oak Is a Safe Place to Save Pure GROUND BEEF 2lbs.33c Kraft Cheese Unprocessed, Natural Cure American Cheese in Piece or Sliced. POUND. PORK NECK BONES, 3 Ibs. 12c , Roasts & Chops 19 * *^ Pound 25c and Mour . . 49 Ib. bag . $1 69 Butter 36c\ Nancy Ann BREAD li Ib. loaf IDc . "Won Up" Brand Nancy Ann Potato Bread Improved Flavor Improved Texture Pound Loaf . GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 01 < vSSSSZS* 46 Ounce Can & g Chocolate Drops Superb Brand AMBER SYRUP Stock up with Superb Syrup S nxsvwm**^ m*m M? *— ^~1 *^* substitute POUND PAIL 29£ MM 10 Pound Pail 55C Robb-Ross Prepared PANCAKE FLOUR Council Oak Coffee Exchange the empty bags (or 22 carat gold pattern dishes. "22C MORNING LIGHT COFFEE Poimd ' ao *' ^v« a 1^,4^ 57' Fresh Baked LEMON COOKIES Superb Fresh Cucumber RELISH i pf IDC "Tac-Cut" Coffee May be had in regular or drip grind. Packed in tin or glass. Pound . .29c Jar 56C CALIFORNIA ORANGES Washington . " " - Wlnesa,.. 4lbs.25C GRAPEFRUIT LETTUCE NEW CABBAGE CARROTS - ^K%f\V i 9 Derby Brand CHILI CON C ARNE is ar i9c MACARONI and SPAGHETTI 2 Pound f u Cello, gag 1<)C CRISCQ Stock Salt 100 Ib. bag 49c Pound Cm 26c, 3 Pound 0»n 69c Dressing 29cqt. Block Salt 49c and Blue Food NAPHTHA SOAP u., **• {.** F ;***ji j-o*

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