Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1942 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1942
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PAGE TEN KOflStTTtt COUNTY AftVANCm AtGONA. IOWA MRS, DREYER, 80, SUFFERS FATALSTROKE Aged Union Township Woman Found Dead in Bedroom. appmnqi honor of Lincoln when she was Elementary PTA Program— The elementary Parent-Teach-1 only five years old. Mrs< Keen er association had a meeting was born on Lincoln's birthday, Tuesday afternoon at the Bryant and the class sang a song for her. school building, with a Founders Mrs. Johnson was born February day program. ' 10, the same date as the meeting, The program was opened with and a birthday song was sung for community singing led by Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, after which her. Eighteen women were present, Dan Jensen, band instructor, pre- including two guests: Mrs. Fred sented groups of high school and Peterson and Mrs. William Har- junior high pupils in instrumen- rison. A luncheon was served in tal numbers. A Founders day play, Reminiscence, was presented under di- . keeping with Valentine's day. Union Twp., Feb. 11—Mrs. Marie Dreyer, mother of Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, was found . . dead in her bedroom Tuesday at rection of Mrs*. S. W. Meyer, and I the home of her daughter, who taking part were Mesdames P. A.! JesideHn a farm in Union.' . Danson, Anton Didriksen, W. H. SSay™ PebSEry iTancT the •n/r T>^ u«J r , n ^ V>e>nn in Rnpltov anrt A R T.aiirH»on Anursaaj, reuiuciiy *»> »"" "«= Cong'l Circles to Meet— The four Congregational Aid will meet next week for sewing till more material arrives. ^ i Card Pattr I6f Birthday— Mrs. Fern' Hardgrove entertained her Birthday bridge club Tuesday evening at Mrs. Neva Merrifield's. The party was in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Two tables were in play, Mrs. Esther Helberg Winning high, Mrs. Zelba Browrt, second, Mrs. Bernadine Allen, third. Birthday Club Buy* Stamps—Mrs. R. P. Norton is entertaining her Birthday club today at a "Build a Bond" party, at which members will purchase defense stamps in cooperation with the Junior Chamber of Commerce Build a Bond day. Bridge will j ing at her home, following a be played, and a tea will be lengthy sickness,. the last five held. weeks having been spent in bed.' MRS, HILBERT, ST. JOE WOMAN, DIES TUESDAY Funeral Services To Be Held at St. Joe Church Today. St. Joe, Feb. 11—Mrs. Frank Hilbert, 64, died Tuesday morn- Mrs. Dreyer had not been in Rockey, .and A. E. Lauritzen, meetin£ j-n laces follow poor health: The cause of death Mrs. Weisbrod sang My Tribute, meeting places _ipiiow. was diagnosed as a stroke of apo- accompanied by Mrs. A. L. Brown at the piano. Bobby Donovan and plexy. She was 80. Mrs. Dreyer's husband, Henry Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's Circle No. i 1, at Mrs. V. V. Naudain's, Mrs. Dreyer, died some 20 years ago, ! Bartholomew, in colonial cos-1, I August Slagle assisting. rs. M. G. Bourne's Circle No. J-«MJ. t,4iis.ivsiii\~ w | AIA v, \ji\jui cii. cuo~ i fy , .1 TWrc TTi i cton o and'ever since she had lived tume, brought in a lighted birth- j *'J^ tne ivirs^ augene with her daughter. Mrs. Dreyer was born in Ger- , e r- Kn* dav cakp in trihntp tn Mr* Then ' nome, Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen dwe Phoebe many, but was brought to America by her parents when she was a small girl. She remembers that her parents first settled near | Milwaukee. Mrs. Dreyer had been a dent of Kossuth county for 58 years. She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran church there. There are seven living children, and one other child is dead. The living, besides Mrs. Geilenfeld, are Arthur Dreyer, Texas; Robert and William Dreyer, of Lone Rock; Carl and Henry Dreyer, Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Herman Boettcher, Windom, Minn. There are 36 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. A brother, Albert Schumacher, near Fenton. 45 and Mrs. Hearst, founders of the Congress of Parent-Teachers years ago this month. Local past presidents were ,'honored: Mrs. E. W. Evans, Los resi-1 Angeles, 1936-37; Mrs. Bruce Sandburg, Algona, 1937-38; Mrs. Dewey Bredall, Austin, Minn., 1938-39; Mrs. David Beck, Manchester, 1939-40; Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Algona, 1940-41. Messages were received from these women, and were read at the meeting. Miss Hullerman's sixth grade and Mrs. D. D. Paxson program in charge of Mrs. Hensel. i Mrs. T. L. Larson's Circle No. 13, at the Mrs. H. D. Hutchins home, Mrs. C. C. Wright assisting, Mrs. D. R. Martin in charge of program. Mrs. D. P. Smith's Circle No. 4, at her home, Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mrs. Fred Timm, assisting, Mrs. Ruth Nasby in charge of program. Hftd Mw. Aftthofly B«ker, she wa» bom DeoMftbe* 36, 1J77, at Milton, 111. Whdn she was threfe year* old the family moved to Iowa ftttd settled on th* present Julius Capesius farm, on November 20, 1900, she was mat- tied to Frank Hilbert M St. Joe. The Hilberts lived two years at Whittemore, eight years atlj Irvington, and 28 years on a farm near Livefmote. For the last one and ofte*hal£ y«ars they had lived in a new home at St. Besides her ,husband, Mrs. bert is survived by four daUgh-,' ters: Mrs. Nick (Mary) Klein, j Mrs. Ray (Anna) Gales, and Florence and Bernadine at home. A son died in infancy, There are two brothers and two sisters: George Becker, St. Joe; Thomas Becker, Sublimity, Funeral services were held this i Ore.; Mrs. Jacob Zellar, Water- morning at 10 o'clock at St. Jos-1 town, S. D.; and Mrs. George '- : onh'o Pnthnlip rViiiwVt. nnrl thrflfl T11« C* T«« Girl's Birthday Obserred— Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf enter- • eph's Catholic church, and three tained from 4 p. m. till 6 Monday nephews of the deceased, Fath- in honor of the seventh birthday, ers Frank Illg, Mallard, Nick anniversary of her daughter, Becker, Bancroft, and Lukei Carmen. Twelve children were Becker, Pilot Grove, were in Illg, St. Joe. HORSES FOR SALE.—Roy McVay, Algona. 6p22-23 entertained at games and refreshments. "Build a Bond" Party- Mrs. C. U. Pollard will entertain her bridge club at a "Build charge. Pallbearers wers James Becker, John Hilbert, Frank Hilbert, Arthur Illg, George Becker Jr., and Cyril Kellner. Mrs. Hilbert was Catherine SALE DATES FRIDAY. FEB. 27—Peter Muller, 5 miles west of Algona on .11 .I1C* JLUJUgC C1ULS Cit a JJUJJU • +**.**** .ft-ftj.!*^*..! t, WC**? \*-C**ttl**.4ti*~ - ._ -. Bond" party this afternoon.; Margaret, daughter of the late ' "«• 18 « one mile n° rin - Dinner for Methodist Choir — The Methodist W. S. C. S. will and Miss Lane's first grade tied i entertain the church choir of 40 for picture of the month. The group had a penny march, the proceeds to be sent to national lives P ' T - A - headquarters. | Mrs. W. D. Andrews' commit- Funeral services will be held tee ser ved tea following the pro- at the Trinity Lutheran church, § ram Algona, Friday, at 2 o'clock. A T . service will be held at 1:30 at the Le 9 lon ' Auxiliary Has Parry, home. "Sing, America" was the theme members at an annual 6:30 dinner tonight at the church. Mrs. F. L. Thorpe will serve, and choir practice will follow. Husbands and wives of choir Each of the eight members will j purchase defense stamps. A dessert luncheon will be served. Dinner Honors the Shilises— Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard entertained a few friends at a dinner party Sunday evening honoring Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Shilts, who had just returned from three months in California. Other Society News. The Iota Sigma chapter of the j Baptist World-Wide Guild met j Tuesday evening at Mrs. Henry Furst's, with LaVonne Telkamp members are invited to attend as hostess. Bernice Reaper was the dinner, and others attending, in charge of a lesson, and Emma will be the Rev. and Mrs. H. M. I Bleich led devotions. Burns, a group from the W. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan , . - S., and the music committee: j entertained their dinner-bridge The Rev. P. J. Braner, Trinity ? l a _ local Legion Auxiliary meet- . Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mrs. W. H. club Monday evening at 6-30 pastor, will be in charge of the | ln .% Monday evening at the Le-i Rockey, and H. A. Tuttle, withv dinner, six couples attending. funeral services. ° " ~! £ ion Burial will be made in a fam- hall attended by 40 mem- - ily lot in the Lotts Creek ceme- 1 A Patriotic program _was pre- tery, beside Dreyer. Doctor Meyer, Mr. Rockey, and i Bridge was playt,d, and defonse Mrs. Tuttle. Mrs. O. A. Lindgren is stnmps were given to the hig'.'t- choir table scorers. the grave of Mr.' sentod , with Mrs. D. R. Martin director; Mrs. E. E. Attleson, or- Members of the Baptist Loval' ; ns narrator Tl/^ric! <->„«„„,. ] ~~~:,.i -ni-_i' - - /• ... ' .,,'00 _i •""*•"•>!, j-iujrm MARKETS „„.,,„ „ • Cooper and ganist. Election of officers will S. S. class are meeting today at nir j- r u £ ns as soloists . and be held at a short business ses-i 2 o'clock at the church for Red ITT 'Sn±^h a Il e 7, fatthDth A e ^ P^°J IT" L?- Woodmansee is pres- ] Cross sewing. Mesdames Harvey -. s- Four HOGS Med. hvy., 180-200 $12.00 Med. hvy.', 240-270 II~~II$12'lO Med. hvy., 270-300 $12'oO S uardlan Packing sows 270-330 _._ $1140 Packing sows, 330-360 _ $1130 Packing sows, 360-400 $11.20 CATTLE Canners and cutters —.$4.00-5.50 Fat cows $6.00-7.00 Fat steers $9 50-10.50 Bulls $8.00-8.50 Stock steers $8.00-10.00 Fat yearlings $9 50-10.50 Veal calves $800-11.00 SHEEP Choice $11.00-11.50 Medium $10.25-10.75 Common $4 75-6.75 Culls $4.75 down Fat ewes $4.75-6.75 GPAIN 2 yellow corn 68c 2 while corn 70 C 3 white oats 44c 2 yellow soybeans $1.77 1 flax seed $2'0 2 malting barley 65c EGGS Premium 29c Extras ~~o .„ Medium _26c D's and C's III™ 24c Cash Cream No. 1 36c No. 2 34c Sweet 37 C POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. l!V 2 c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. 15V>c Hens, over 5 Ibs. I_17MJc Springs, heavy, over 5 Ibs. 15c Springs under 5 Ibs. 13 C Leghorn springs He Cocks, under 4 1 /-; Ibs. (ic Cocks, over 4>/ 2 Ibs. I ~~8c No. 2 poultry ScTless resented America: Mary Lou McDonad, Ruth Ann Spear, Dolores Devlon, Beverly Andrews, D. A. R. Has a Luncheon— The D. A. R. for , Lashbrook, R. G. Cook are hostesses. Women can do Red Cross sewing at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon Ann Ti A rm Tim m, °' clock luncheon Tuesday at Mre at the Legion hall T Jones, . Wm . K . Ferguson's, and hostess- P° rts Mrs - T. L. Larson, presi- is the division E. Woodward Bartholomew the Auxiliary: Mrs. Clinton Lighter, Mrs. Eugene Schemel, Mrs. Heinie Fisher, Mrs. Jesse Deen. This made 27 new members in the last year, and there is now a total of 103 members, president. .- *iwvv a v.\Jl.ai (ji 1UO n fi ,, . Mrs. -T. L. Larson is ™ te ,f no ° ns thls .— -. R. LaBarre, Bert Palmer, A. W. Amunson, and D. D. Paxson. Ella Thompson had charge of a "The West." All chased defense stamps to help promote the Junior Chamber of Commerce "Build a Bond Day" which is today. More Sewing Material Needed— The local Legion hall has been' open for Red Cross sewing three | Mrs. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. John Kirk will entertain their' bridge club at dessert luncheon today at the Kirk home. Four will be in play. i Bessie Dunn entertained > card club Wednesday evening. There are now,. 11 members. , J.he ^Royal Neighbors will meet' for a Th M ™ evemn g- ihe Merry Mixers sewing club No. No. No. No. No No. Pupils Enierlain Music Club— The Bel Canto Music club met , -, Wednesday at the library and neJ P ecl was entertained at 3:30 by a student recital by pupils of local music teachers. Lucia Wallace, president of Bel Canto, invited the following pupils to appear on . SHORTHORN mos.; also bull lent. tv, .30 womenj sale, 18 illuo ., aiso the sewing Tuesday, | Hereford boar.—R. V Fitch 6 attendance is excel- miles s . o f Algona on No. 169. wethe 21(2)22 II ***• TOURING TIMES of strife and stress, certain business-principles are emphasized. The most important, perhaps, is the calm, sane and intelligent management of business itself. The second, is the absolute adherence to QUALITY. In times of uncertainty, you must know that what you buy has quality, reliability. We emerged from World War I, still the QUALITY STORE of Kossuth County, and we dedicate ourselves to the same principle during the present emergency. You may trade at the CHRIS- CHILLES STORE with full confidence that your merchandising dollar will go farthest here. We will never deviate from our QUALITY FOUNDATION. / Chrischilles Store Joan Pletch and Ardis Kresen- y, double piano duet, pupils of Sylvia Gunn. Beverly Kinny, vocal solo; high school mixed quartet — Doris Cooper, sonrnno, Rosalie Swanson, alto. "Bill" Burns, tenor, and Wilhurt Ruhnke, bass, pu- pi's of Mr. Johnson. Dottie Kuchynka, student of Dan Schobv, vocnl solo, Mr* V. K. Rising. "Billy" Godden. student of Sister Henrietta; "violin solo, Rosalie Swanson, pupil of Mrs Dan Jensen. Violin froun. students of Mrs Agnes Vohs, West Bend. Chrischilles Store flute solo, Harriett student of piano solo OUR JOB PRINTING IS RIGHT IN Searchers Class Meets— The Mothndist RihlP Searchers ?i7-u-' Cl '''^ s met Tues day at Mrs. Willnm Taylor's, west McGregor st., and aasistins wire Mrs E N Tay , lo , r ; Mrs - Margaret Schobyi and Mrs. Ida Mae Harris. The meeting was opened with two patriotic sonps led by Mrs Chris Johnson, and the program was on Lincoln and Washington The ! house was decorated with flags Mrs. A. J. Keen told of memorial services she. attended in Junette Juniors Soo this amazing group of new Spring Junette (junior) dresses in new and different materials—plains and printed patterns, stream-lined for youthful trade and nifty as can be. All sizes from 9 to 17 and glorious Spring colors —to set you up for the coming days. 3.45 5.00 6.5O M you are looking for a distinctive, individual, tailored street dress, buy Kay Dunhi 1 sizes 14 to 40, only at $6.50. K. -M Chrischilles Wear this GO S SARD High or Low V. .. to Suit \ Fashion's Whim The elastic batiste side sections widen at the top of this i6-inch gir die, making the waistline adjustable. Front and back panels are of firm fabric batiste. Model 357 closes with a slide fastener / 4-50 Stitched Rayon satin and lace mal\cs an up- li/t/orihe small bust. "Model L 406. & GOsSARD rt Miss Rose Lampe, graduate Corsetiere, will give you a personal fitting and show you the i garments In these days of uncertainty, it will py ou to ' week iTf tl 011 §armentS Spedal »ttentlon P Come n problems wlth Mlss ^ *i Illustrated is a Miami-type street dress in plain ana prints—at $5.00. •A- A GREAT FEBRUARY HOUSE DRESS PROMOTION TttttBSDAY. j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_f***wft Illustrated is a cha% bray number — also shown in popular seer- suckers, in all sizes at $3.50. - - « « • ,*£ •-'j.^i CATSUPi^r SWEET PICKLES „.„..,„, Bfo. 2 can . . v good grade 1 .... • A *.,m.^*.mm ^±.^±m i^. • .^ A. bottle . . . . Carol DC AC No. 2 can iLfliJ good grade i 18K FANCY GOLD. CORN GREEN BEANS 53. . . 18K FANCY PUMPKIN 2 ;:;,:,;¥ 18KFCYSAUERKRAUT3 !• ALGONA BUTTER Ib. . . 37c Dork Syruii NO. 10 TIN 49c MMI^^HMHraH^ Campbell'! Tomatoe Soup 3 cans <• • 11-01. PostToasties 3 boxe Regular Package Wheaties .2 boxe BROOMS * ood grade _:. 8-oz. bottle . VANILLA EXTRACT*'.*, DRAMA"""" VIIMIiv cleaner SOAP GRAINS TOILET PAPER WAX PAPER » 500-BOX CLEANSING TISSUE 3 100- roll m ell Oi P B WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP LARGE BARS 4 for 15c FOLGER'S ft" Coffee 2lb.can57i RED PITTED Cherries NO. 2 CAN 2 for 27c lgepkg.19i! GLOSS STARCH IGA MARSHMALLOWS^ POTATOES 2 Ml). 4 1 boxes I' .2,,21: c<re 288 doz. Ii LEMONS larse Texas Seedless 4 ft 44 good size . . I U fur M si/o LETTUCE ext ™ large . extra largo .' D for .2 forl . . do*, 29 Regular JELLO All flavors Pkg.__ 5c 100% Pure Pork SAUSAGE .171/20 Ib Tender anamuess Tender PI Fancy. Picnics . 25 1 / ' Foul Bacon squares. 13J4 Ring Bologna . 1 BRANDED BEEF ROAST BffFSHORTRIBS. . .,J3I PURE GROUND BEEF FWSH SUE PORT FANCY SUCEDBACON HOOD It G* A* of Better

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