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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1942
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ajgv' ; SlKnig ) loin n 2901 towl jona--^ The City i ; half and ore the stop bWIp^fWWte re- jttack,-but couldn't K*^^t?^*^^atch the WJW • .", , ;,', jV . --;• . : .£'Vr«^f,'-.,;'j.t.' r ' rona— '*^-'\ ; 'SV v t''^I?fcw'trF;T jewskl;>^^<mKll2 nk6l^lg^pl|l||||;2 P.F 4 '•loi:aUiecond7defeatcd the rJ™*\ IL ,'.jf.i«l:~in.-.«vT^-d.-ii"<•**).- ij.,> — _ _ . :19-8, Alvay. Mc- fjpnors for Pl>bints. For ''"|^ras:..high points, us ' Christi, llor Febru- ,.. . but plater date. ;' change had the ^tournament with Ige, this 7 IN STAFF mtimmmti'-- (rhree teacher-Changes have oc- •ed thetlastlfew^eeks in the ina 'pubUcfscnQpl .teaching tt ! ;>S;Ri^§ilMnni^trom, 5th 6th grade teacher'at the Bryas sten- ;jat-ah' : 'anfly i i.base in.Ala- 22. Mrs. of the structor," is m W ,- and ;the high ition as in- ithe Michi- Lansing, •e are be- ffBhbng the mt, staff, and jpAlgona, for- imiKtauuffAlS SUbstitut- ^'TMilEhglish. Mrs. ' and Latin itary vocal January , Colum- succeeded s Engell, •'s degree from the lltaught pre""••"•• Milaca, IN, 81, .TUESDAY SKf.i:: 81, died f; ; ,his home p>/ health fop /jcps will be tt at 2 o'clock Dchapel, with Memor- *i ' Novem- : ipton, 111., ^-•1883, was,' livine, of Al- mfor a num- fcounty. " , Johnson children: ger, Elgin, ol, Minne- Lee, Mrs. |ji, all of. Al' one living , of Clear pthers Wilbur eles; Walter, ?i Cedar Rap- Here Christian En- held at 7 jig at the Ichurch. The tt have charge e to be. pre- A discus^ |i)ge of the and will be prehip period, . Some 75 here from i Haifa, Maple H ^u Vernl, end, Rodman, lity every-pu- fc3 to -S| were Syblic schools ~~ • continuing ,.,. • are taken |ye basis, .the subjects— =, readtog-. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA daus :i. R. W, Caldwell and her >htef Maxine, spent the week- endfat Storm Lake with a sister of the former. Richard Webttor was one of Algona's measles victinis last week. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs Merle Webster. Doris Reynolds, Chicago, arrived Monday for two weeks at her sister Mrs: C. D. Schaap's. She operates a tea shop. EVelyn Rlack, teacher at Calmer, spent the week-end with .her I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, farmers east of Algona. Dorothy Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hagg, is a victim of the measles. She js in kindergarten in the local schools. Mildred Schmalen, beauty operator at Irene's, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schmalen Jr., West Bend. Hi E. Morgan was released frorii the Kossuth hospital Monday] He had been there two weeks, following a major operation Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jos. Wadleigh, has the measles. Carol Ann, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. Paul Lindholm, has just recovered. PM.-William Liunuth, in tho air corps at Chanute Field, .111., speiit a"few days" last week with his father, Matt Lamuth. 'Bill' has completed schooling, nnd now starts flying* Cmnty Recorder J. .J. Dooley accompanied Jos. Pendergast to Fonda Sunday for the night and Monday with the former's sister, Ella! Dooley, who suffered a broken hip on Christmas day. KWe Skinner, who travels for Ginn & Co., schoolbook publishers, spent a few days here last week with .her, mother, Mrs. Anria Skinner. She came from Illinois, but is now working in Missouri." ' : J. E. Wilson, Titonka, was released from a Rochester hospital Tuesday, following two weeks of medical treatment there. He is a brother of Mrs. V. K. Rising her^. and son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Dir. W. D. Andrews was at Des Moipes last week,' helping conduct osteopathic state board ex- amihations. He is a member of i the board. Mrs. Andrews went' doWn last week Wednesday and! accompanied him home Friday. Wayman Blanchard, soldier in an Illinois camp, was here on furlough from Friday till yesterday to see his mother, Mrs. Albert Blanchard, who is critically sick at the Koss.uth hospital. Mrs Blanchard is an Algona woman. . Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Harrington are parents of their first child, a son, born Tuesday evening at the Kossuth hospital, weight 4ft Ibs. Mrs. Harrington is the former Mabel Kohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, farmers near Algona. Mrs. Stockwell is recovering frorn a fall on the steps at the Nazarene church last week Sunday] She suffered a gash iri the -forehead . which required two stittfies, and her right leg was bruised below the knee. She is at home. • L|»t week's paper said R. J. Pomdexter had been transferred from the Pioneer plant here to management of the' Des Moines and Baxter plants. This was true only of the Baxter plant. The Des Momes plant has another manager. The next regular session of the aduft classes will be held next Tuepday evening at 7:30. This Will be the fifth session. The rest of the ten lessons will be given Monday evenings on February 16, 23, and March 2, 9, and 16 respectively. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Becker spent the week-end at Sioux City with Mrs. Becker's mother, Mrs. Mary Otto. On the • way home they stopped at Galva to see other relatives and brought a niece, Rufiv Strandberg, here for a two weeks stay. The George G. Michael family will move March 1 to Belle Plaine, to which point Mr. Michael will be transferred by the Case farm machinery company. He has been blockman in this territory, but the area, is being divided among three blockmen, arid a man at Emmetsburg will takie on Kossuth. J. A, Skow, Wesley, and 1 his sister, Fidelid, deputy* cbunfcy su- t5erintendenfy'.'''Were 'at Spencer last evening to attend & Christian Endeavor meeting ih District No. 2. The speaker was Vere W. Abbey, general secretary of the India Christian Endeavor Union for the last 11 years and a leader of Christian youth in India, Burma, and Ceylon. County Supt. Laurttzen attended a county superintendents' meeting Monday at Humboldt at which 15 counties were represented. The next meeting will be held April 6 at Emmetsburg. Mr. Lauritzen, Miss Sorum, su^ perintendent in Emmet county, and Miss Burns,.,superintendent in Palo Alto county, will be responsible for the program. Guy Beemer, for 30 years a well-driller, of Lakota, has been here during the last week or so, drilling a well for a new cream station which Loren Brown is erecting north of Cook's lunch^ rooni and tourist camp. ' Beemer reported that his' drill was down 25.0 feet Saturday. He goes anywhere to drill wells and covers a large and increasing territory. The Algona Red Cross sewing room at the Legion hall will be open, at 1:30 p. m. next Tuesday for sewing and cutting of 100 yards of material available. This is one-third of the Kossuth quta. Mrs. Samuel Medin is Chairman of sewing and cutting; Mrs. E. A. Genrich, chairman for sewing machines. Anyone wishing to sew or cut for the R£d Cross will be welcome. Mrs. N. A. Smith and her son David were at Swea City Sunday, visiting' the Elmer Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Smith, son and daughter-in-law of the Elmer Smiths, - left yesterday for California, where they will seek employment. Gifford had been driving a school bus at Swea City, and his wife was ..bookkeeper-stenographer in a garage .there. Elmer is a brother-in- law of Mrs. N, A. Smith. -./ Robert Thompson, junior student at the Ames college, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson. He is majoring in vocational education and agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton; farmers near Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. August Sorensen, of Ringsted, and M r - and Mrs. Perr-" M. Collins, Algona, were 6:30 dinner guests of the Thompsons Monday evening. Gordon Dewel, whose transfer from Camp Robinson, Ark,, to a Hot Springs, ' Ark., army and navy hospital for some kind of dental training, has sent up a colored 'postcard of the hospital, the outbuildings, and •• t h e grounds. 'The hospital appears to be a fine, eight-story building. Gordon's new address is Pvt. I. G. Dewel, Medical Technicians School, Army and Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs, Ark. His brother Donald, now in the navy, was aboard ship on the north Atlantic coast when last heard from. ; The Wesley and Plum Creek township wonien met last week Tuesday at Mrs. Sherman's in Wesley township for an all-day lesson on the third home project lesson, Food for Health and National Defense. The lesson was presented by the county home agent, Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, and 13 women attended. From Plum Creek were Mesdames Roy Adams, Gus Torine, Priebe, Wilbur Zeigler, Gardner, Agnes Seeley, and Hazel Seeley. The Plum Creek women had a follow-up lesson Tuesday afternoon at the township community room. METHODISTS HAVE POSTED SERVICE ROLL The Methodist church now has a Service Roll of all the members in armed forces, and it has been framed and placed on exhibit at the rear of the sanctuary. Names and addresses are added as soon as learned. The roll now numbers 24. Mrs. V. M. Parsons is in charge, and anyone who has a name tp add or a change of address may notify her. On the roll at present are: Mary Black, nurse in England; her brother Paul, in the army in | Texas; James Bishop, in the ! army air corps, Texas; J. F. j Schoby, army air corps, Texas; < G. Everett Thompson, navy, New ! York; Terrence W. Padgett I navy, Great Lake's; Donald P. I Dewel, navy, Rhode Island; I. G. I Dewel, army, Arkansas; Richard' Post, navy, Great Lakes. Challis Davenport, army, California; Donald Johnson, army band, California; Frank Green, Coast Guard, Washington; Raymond Funk, army, Long Island, N. Y.; Maurice Michel, army, New-Jersey; Chester Long, no address; Dwaine Lighter, army air corps, California; Elmer Lattimer, navy pier, Chicago; Max Miller Jr., army band Virginia. Roland Thompson, army medical detachment, Arkansas; Gordon Larson, no address; Larry Carrington, Chicago; Robert Post, army air corps, Texas; Henry Dearchs Jr., army, California- Elmer Lee, army, Texas; Thomas Halpin Jr., army, Texas. * _ GOOD HOPE SUPPER. Lone Rock, Feb. 4—The men -of the Good Hope church will serve a public supper next Wednesday night. HOSPITALS PAGE GENERAL Jan. 29—Elaine Kluger, Swea City, surgical. Feb. 3—Balerian Jentz, Fenton, surgical. Feb. 2—Mrs. J. D. Burns, Algona, surgical; Mrs. B. L. Block, Ottosen, surgical. _ Mrs. George Spikings, Algona, surgical; Mrs. George Schnetzer, Corwith, girl. Feb. 5—Balerian Jentz, Fenton, surgical. KOSSUTH Feb. 1—Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Algona, surgical. Feb. 2—Mrs. R. J. Harrington, Algona, boy; Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Corwith, girl) E. E. Lee, Algona, surgical. FIVE FRACTURES! St. Benedict, Feb. 3—Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer recently received news that their son Julian, Waterloo, had suffered fractures of a leg in five places in a fall from a scaffold, Guard Your Future, Guard Your Eyes You get just one pair of eyes in a life-time. Come in today, and let us prescribe the proper glasses to insure your eye health. A. W. Amunson Optometrist 23 years optical experience in Algona. Over Borchardt's Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 3-4 Extended Run Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in "BABES ON BROADWAY" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5-6-7 TWO TOPS! HELL-DRIVERS,.. On The Burma R6ad! V' -j: The lifeline to A Million Lives! • if. "Nfix ' -* -"«• CHARLES BICKfOBD ' EVELYN ANKEBS BANK mmm mi Sunday and Four Days, Feb. 8-9-10-11 Clan you take it? Boldest, Most Shocking, Most Chilling Adventure ever filmed^ • . - THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEB. 5 AND 6 Thursday Bargain Mat, 25c. CHARLES BOYER MARGARET SULLAVAN —in— "APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 BIG 3-WAY SATURDAY PECIAL! CAN YOU TAKE IT? Here's the boldest, most shocking, most chilling adventure ever filmed] THE SENSATIONAL SATURDAY EVENING POST STORY! *h« most r«m«rkibl« picture of the year! Second Feature with WALTER WALTER BRENNAN -HUSTON ANNE DANA BAXTER • ANDREWS win, VIIGINU CIIMOIE • JOHN CARUDINE No, 8—Fun for entire family. Sat Midnight, 1} P. M, Sun.'Mon., Feb. 7-8-9 Tues.-Wed., Feb. 10-li, Gout, show from 1:00 daily. SHE WANTED SOCIETY... U Ik* w«ul w*|l Pfos «WAB CLOUDS |N THD PACIFIC* JTews I I • Grapefruit Juki 46oz. jumbo 2 cans 35c W$N PEANUT BUTTER S3. .. . 2 £ 23c ORANGE JUICE, IGA i 2 „....! 2 „ 19c PINEAPPLE JUICE, TROPIC SUN,* 2 .... Z 2 .™25c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE Jisr. 2 ,„, 15c 18K FANCY GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS S °J 8 2 ,„, 25c PEACHES IN SUGAR, FINE GRADE ft L, .Z! e a« h 10c 18K DICED BEETS OR CARROTS2J 2 ,,„ 19c GOLDEN CORN CREAM STYLE £.' 2 „ 21 c CAROL GOLDEN BATAM STYLE CORN I";, 2 L. . 2 CMS 25c ^^"^^^^^"^^^"•^^^^^•^^•^^••^^••^^ Wheaties 2 boxes Baking Powder Calumet 1 Ib. box 15c 1 each •cans can No. 2 Michigan KEEFER PEARS No. 2 Carol Mixed VEGETABLES 3 Tall can EARLY JUNE PEAS Sun Rich CREAM CEREAL t£- Grape Nut WHEAT MEAL I6 oz No-Rub FLOOR WAX 8-oz. nkg. BAKING CHOCOLATE Muchmore COCOA211 BOX pint !5c 25c IQc 15c 14c 39c 13c TOILET TISSUE 4 ,„„ 27c Red Rooster COFFEE 3 ^59c JUBILEE COFFEE ...,,28c Carol Cut 8-oz. pkgs. 9c O 8-oz. MACARONI_. Carol Cut SPAGHETTI..... * Pk8 , Jell-It Dessert POWDER..... 3 b . MS 14c 8-oz. hot. Flavorite VANILLA EXTRACT lOc Full E Ripe PRUNES 2 IB, BOX 23c ai* i isH Butternut Coffee 2lb. Jar 57c W ^ " J lr e- Oxydol, 1 Irg. bar : 23c FANCY WHOLE KERNEL CORN N6 : 2 .. 2 « or 21 c FANCY SANDWICH C&JKIES. .. 2 I1)8 23c CERTAINTY PANCAKE FLOUR S! Jl9w PINEAPPLE, CRUSHED OR TIDBITS S* 3 ,» r 28c PEANUT BRIHLE ,1.. 2,,, 8 15c Ajgona Butter pound ^^ l ^^ m M^ ^ m ^^ m i«l^^^^^ > * W — 37c Texas Seedless Grapefruil Dozen. . 19c Extra large- ORANGES.. LEMONS 6 for 4 Ibs. _ Size- Fancy Roman Beauty APPLES... Large Hie LETTUCE ORANGES. Cobbler ' POTATOES , FRESHCARROTS2,,, Large Texas' GRAPEFRUIT 8, r 29c Quality Meats 1 ElC, •*•••••• •*••* A.^... 15c 25c 2 for .—doz. 15-lb. Kraft Cheese 2lb. box54c ,f* lil BEEF RIB BOIL „ 13hc BEEF CHUCK ROAST,, 21 c 15c PUREGR'NDBEEF2,, 33c 19c PORK CHOPS ;rc£23c 29c BACON SOU ARES ,,,13! 2 c . _ • • Round, Sirloin, T-Bone 13c BEEFSTEAK .,,29c 25e PORK NECK BONES <rf h unAm-nuii u, r Z5c nWKNECKBQNES_»Jc HOOD SIGA •!• The Home of Better Ya!«eipi;jg| >\.»; t >,».,ft.,'., ., >....-.,

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