Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1942 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1942
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) 1 :on and Other Walther (aguers Meet at Fairville KDSSUTH COUNTY AQVANim At/k)NA. INGERS & SKITS IESENTED I •*»i»IIJ ti#0.1 &m efe 11—The Whither "-"tf *Mie- winter con- at the Fairville rJuers attending. l^was opened by ^Render, and biisi- Vas conducted by dent, Leo Wehr- Behd. "The Busy ~. K M the zone paper, liUttion, and a talent •^iicussed. irich, Mallard, . Service, and the topic. At served by the ^tournament was "— , also five„, „ were given iphe Rev. Mr. Reh- firecording, after *-ding was played -cialized in sound airville group pre^led Paul Revere's wj'*'i- * male quar- |itel Ball; Fenton, Hand Molly; Mal- *»M1 game; and the Mted a skit. |afe Fenton, Fair^-',, West Bend, Mallard, and ;a Birthday- >remmels was hon- rty Friday night '- -'t being her . There were hieh prizes —y Elbert and f»j;4«w' to Mrs. Grace —- JfiiF rank 'Seelev aud|cl?the Martin Drey- ,,«»iT)pnald Radigs, of , -v Elberts. Cylin- ifrs^JohnSchallin, n Boettcher, - r _— .*. Elbert, Jas. KSeeley, Mrs. Em*-s. Grace Mueller, 11, and Mrs. Kate *i*l«l°xf Sunda% y with her fSSli?' M ^ and . Mrs - Herman Luedtke. The Alvih Zumachs were_ dinner guests Sunday at J. Theesfield's, Armstrong. Mr i Mt^ August Zumach, Rolfe,' ---, - Thursday at the soh Al- The Wesley Witters, Des Moines, came Saturday night and • went home Sunday evening. The Witters and the Derwood Eiclers ffi^W 1 i 1 i*s3** <»r the i " mp home Sunday. Wilfred Stoebers and Florence Anderson, the latter of Minneapolis were dinner and supper guests, Sunday at Dr. B. K. Bahnsori's, Burt. The Alfred ii ad dl «ner Sung ansen 's. Algona. . Herman Gade at- r= 20th weddin g ^n - versary observance Sunday night of Mn ^nd "Mrs. Ernest Gale, nearRodman. Ernest is a brother of Herman. Irene Bleckwenn, f a k i n e mifses' training at' Ro4este£ Minn., came home Saturday for ThS W |f, ks 0 vith her motherTMrs Theo. Bleckwenn. The Otto Wilbergs and Henrv anrd . Hi dred^Wilberg attended^ at Henr e's, ' W V 4 Relatives Come For the Graham Funeral Ha^M r^ IU -r Mr - and Mrs. Harold Graham, Des Moines, and i 'i no C 1 5 H ° ldin g. Pontiac, -J., left Sunday for home Thev Were called here by word of the death of J. H. Gfrahato, fath* ft of ? a £ old and Mrs. Holding Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City, were here over the week end with her sister, Mra Oral ham. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Wick», . Des Moines. the "* the Alfred the funeral Sturday he took treatmnt for two weeks "e«umem William, Thomas, and Ar- week-end at Tred BrowS" The John Waites, of ' Duluth " BUHT BOOK DRIVE. Burt, Feb. 9-More than 150 books were gathered here in for Uf VERNE FIRE TRUCK Lu Verne, Feb. 11-A new fire truck for Lu Verne and the vi- cmity was delivered Saturday ordered three months ago from the Flour City Mfg. Co., Si PauP It is mounted on an International truck chassis, and has 250-gal?on pressure pump capacity. MEASLES^AT BANCROFT. ^ an ™5 Jetl^- 1 ^ have measles cases here in weeks. Many pu- foWdaTsS'' tr ° m the """"""' Academy Hall Whittemore MONDAY, FEB. 16 Al Menke and His Band .gathering Fri- home, when ^Kuijres"*"-*;;*""^ nome, when rPSfr^M^d. The Solbergs ItgSlS^tfMt 0 a farm nelr "^msirong.i.vPresent were thp' HafSMni>1nii'«iS'rA . T «• . ^SS^^^lmer Johnlon! ^??feit<5??ris Thompson, SSIMIS?^ Hendrick- ftfJJIrich Juhl fam- *ew Gowans, Mrs. 'Mrs. Gladvs Naig, le; and Nels Twai- j i, and the Solbergs an "occas- was host! So club Fri- i'-t>u MrS - J " A ' G li: Phase 3, Seas' Maintaining a ,[>od Supply, in ^project on Food National Defense. |*the salad bowl 1,ch dressing, and (ge-prune whip" 1; of a planned m, were served, .lames Smith, J. ?. Newel, and E. ^Florence Ander- Ilrthday— Kplferam celebrat- •ilrthday Sunday. yas spent at 500,1 m herself won women, Lloyd |j,men. Relatives an'd Mrs. Wai-, K -Wark Simmons '' |yey Hieleys. all F- and Mrs. Merle H>ck; the George & and Mrs. Lloyd pr Mueller, son the Clarence, Siven—, Kmcind Stoeber, H. Eigler, and fe hostesses at e at the Stoe- ay night. Mrs. I-od won high Goetsch won hdav in Febru- ay Tietz won a prize. Mrs. pwas an jout-of- TREATS ARE ON US Saturday, February 14 Purchase of $1.25 or more gal. 44-46 gravity, water-white kerosene, only 10c VIKING OIL COMPANY a CABlSOIf, Mgr. N e ar Hllwauke. Depot ^2 \ \; Yessir.... I Buy all my Lumber from Botsford's For many years .uccessful farmers in the Algona BOTsD's < " " W BOTSFOHDS they get more for their money. More value more service, less money. When you need lumber o7, e pairs of any kiiuL think of BOTSFOHD'S. Repair Now plman was SUP- ht in honor of spending the were the Ger- Ugona; Mr. and llr the Fred and '. and Mrs. si., and Mrs. Olaf flon Hantelmans, pnk Humphrey faites jSaxton, nee Was honoree at hower Friday in •?h basement, 40 Bingo was the r ,?.. Otto Schmel- A fe? awarded a •'• pQ Elbert, Whit|another prize. ?uben Berkland born one : other Forest fy at John Wal- Spencer, Just Like New With DEVOE PAINT , Application Dur- eETTER IppJ^G plus FASTER APPLICATION - BETTER APPEARANCE Plus GREATER DURABILITY •* y Equal LOWER COST PER YEAR BOTSFORD'S < i| A Friendly Store in A Friendly City .Extends A Coidial Invitation to Ton to OUR GA We want you to know personally, every mem- her of our force, and then you will know why Bender s is called the Friendly Store I ^ V -2 FRANK ZENDEB Owner—A man who knows clothing inside out. Has sold clothing m Algona for 33 years. His vast experience is at your command. ";!"'* Zender's Store has been known since its organ ization for ifc Honesty and Friendliness. These people offer you an Honest Friendship that you will like, never to busy to say a smiling Hello! CABMEL ELBEBT Bookkeeper and Clerk You women shoppers will like the added attention Carmel is able to offer you. Call for her. We believe in giving you your money's worth. We refuse to sell junk in order to sell price. We will give you quality at a price you can afford to pay. It will be worth your while to shop now. BUD ZENDEB Clerk— a student in the whys and wherefores of clothing. Schooled to the fitting of special made clothes. VEBN KIDDING Clerk—formerly worked at the creamery—many of you met him there. He's ambitious, try him. MERLE CONKUN Clerk—you young fellows who demand a young man's slant on clothes will go for Merle. IMIH^^KMKHI JESS REYNOLDS Clerk-formerly worked with his father who before his death was known as a grand clothing man " 0 • Are You Ready for Spring? Spring is Here at Zender's New Spring Suits- This Is A Fact. We Have Received Over 200 New Spring Suits THIS YEAR! - New Models - And You Can Have Vests, Pleats Zippers, and Even Two Pair of Trousers. Clothing But 100 Percent Pure Virgin Wool Fabrics - Prices Are Not Sky HigK Either 21.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 New Spring Coats- A Bet You Can't Pas, Up. New Covert Cloths, Cavalry Cords, Peruvian Wool Fleeces, and Harris Tweeds. 1S.OO 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 ^^^^^^^^^Wi VUHR iHHi QUALITY CLOTHING FOR

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