Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1942 · Page 3
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19,1942. s*. A'JwSi'p'i M^teM. ;'•'/-.?, W? — '^11 I'JVireij 'ex., arrived ay furlough Mr. and Mrs. Boy Hu Chicken Billy Loebi warmiikg for Wesley Now kt St. Benedict KOS8WH COUNTY ADVANCE. At/iOMA Monday for a 12* with his parents, Albert Neuroth. Pox- is a victim visit the Jos. Millers and Clarence Dornbiers. He had been at his daughter Mrs. Frank Kutz's, Rockwell City. Rose, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Alf <=*••->—•- --«-*•-« WANDA MAYNE AND LAKOTAN WED: LED YARD * Ledyard, Feb. 11— The Roscoe Mayrie daughter Wanda, Arm- exe- at S. A. —,. Sunday _ Hirners, Mr. German, the „_ Theresa, ... Young, and rHilferty. The s. Mr. and to St. Bene- Banker Leave! on Jaunt- Guy M. Butts left one day last week for some weeks in Texas and other southern states. Three CUM of Measle*-^. Among meaisles victims here Other Mr. and • Ml diet a few w*elu; «o to o L - 9 °1 ^mt^mt^. there. Mr. ^^MMKgpoptten, Corwith, -^Kave the fam yicatcd by the ^fflrn^*fp»fl|t|v m ^Bf,'v, 1 '£;£l^.^^T.^'^''^,'' 1 ',''''''- - \\\<Bm^i'i^c'& : &*^ii$&''$£<i*tJi'':£i -.. News. Wilbur Loebig e/>/> . . P 'iii.tfMr.'j^ljMrf^tetter Larson en- D ^!rafSl|W«ng People's ™r (h ^^dJ^d^||Biil;; last Thurs- —' ^MH^IPMPii?: ' Maynard ^aiuon, who.k^to be trans- is T -I™ 1 ?** 8 ? [evening. Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt and Albert Lickteig and Eyroul Loebig were low Mrs. WaSschmidt also won another prize. Mr. and Mrs Delbert Benton ^ill entertain the' ciUD next week Thursday evening. • ' day evening. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer entertained eight little ooys and girls and the mothers at a valentine party Friday. There was an exchange of valentines. Al Wagner is clerking in a drug store at Whittemore for a few weeks. He had b,een employed in a drug store at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heebner, Rockwell City, spent the week- _. ^^...x. ici-cui. golden wed- rVi ng T a u niversa t y of Mr - and Mrs. Ole Johannesen. Sena Johannesen, former Wdsley teacher, mar- S£i, Ifc T ry .W t ' son of M «Bertha Looft, former Wesleyan, •?» the y llv e near Seneca Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr attend- anniversary. -,. - Mrs. htfertained their li§i»bles. 'Family Mrs,Gea More, and Mr. were low. Forburger Mrs. , new manager of the locker. Houie— e en- honor of the i. Susan . Din- Mrs. ' Party Success ill'E*!t/5i5ii^i - _. Catholic ^missionary party jM^tgail^e; lodge hall gMriTwT^ ™ - *"***** f^iy* * **»CD were ^P^uwlMirpEisenbacher, ^i&^SaiKert, 500; Mar- ner is the former Ann Florence Olson, Mason "city, and Agnes Johnson, Des Moines, spent the week-end at their re- Samuel Alne came home from Burlington Sunday. He had been army plant there. Mary Lou Wolf, Corwith, spent the week-end at Morris Studer's. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolf. The Delbert Bentons drove to Humboldt Monday to see Mrs Benton's brother, on furlough ' Maynard officiating. Mrs. Ted Green, sister of the bridegroom, and Manford, Boever were attendants. A wedding dinner was served at the parental Mayne home. The new Mrs. Trenarv attended the Ledyard and Ami- strong schools, and Mr. Tren*rv attended the Lakota school. The couple will live on a farm south of Lakota. Birthday Party for Youth— Marjorie Doocy entertained classmates and other friends of Jos. Doocy at Tim Doocy's Sunday in honor of Joseph's 16th birthday. Attending: Delores Mayne, Phyllis Strand, Francis Yannke, Ruth Priebe, Kenneth f, ee 4 e » Arden Anderson, Dennis lUfn il/*MMix3 T_. w% _ »_ Doocy, and De- Vere Smith. • F*ey OuMte Go Home— Last week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frey entertained relatives who left for home Sunday: George Besendorf, Pierre, S. D., Mrs. DeWitt Lyon, Republic, Wash., Mrs. S? w u ,9 osselm an, Spokane, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Fred-Stern and Charles Besendorfs, of Long Prairie, Minn. Attend Nephew's Wedding— Mrs. Asa Warner, with Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, returned Sunday from Waterloo, S? th ! y had amended the wedding of a nephew. E - A- Carpenter a Patient— ,.\. A - Carpenter had an appendicitis operation at the Buffalo w n j er ^ hos P ital ' last week Wednesday, and is reported recovering rapidly. Mr*. Frey Loses Father- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Frey and the daughter Stella attended the funeral of Mrs. Fre'y's father, w" nrge ^ send °rf, 86, at Wiester, Minn., Thursday. Young People Have Party— A Youth Fellowship group of t|\e Evangelical Reformed church a social gathering Monday Other Led yard tfens. Mrs, N. A. Pingle spent a few days last Week at her mother Mrs. Margaret Looft's, Swea City Edyth Logan spent the week-end at her mother Mrs. H. D. M f»L nB6S i creturnin « to teaching duties at Seneca Sunday night. **- and Mrs. Edw. 4 HalvorsOh . • Sr'ew days last week at ,is Midthune's, near Elmore. j "layton Roseboro and her daughler'Judy are spending a few days with relatives at Graet- tingev. Mrs. Rose Moulton has returned from a month at George But, Swea City, and is a week at Asa War- i before returning to the Hartshorn home. Y r j P rowpr has been confined ™ ;? r ^ ome time °y sickness. Mrs Paul Gelhaus and Geneva visited Mrs. Fred Bauman on the letter's birthday Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle were guests at Lawrence Pingle's last week Wednesday in honor of the birthday of one of the >Mesdames Pingle. Robert Holton, Leo Durant, and Jean Gabel, Waldorf college Forest City, were Saturday even- in fjfallers at Wm. E. Stubbe's. Edw. Halvorson and A. O Kallestad, Elmore, spent Wednesday and Thursday at Canton, S. D, on a business mission. t*£' ta u n ! Mrs> Mun yar Rugby, of South Dakota, are spending a few days at their daughter Mrs Charles Bashara's. Mr and Mrs. Edw. Sanders, Elmore, with the daughter Eleanore, visited Thursday at the Paul Nitz home. Kiwanians Uncover Beat Liar in Town Dr. H. D. Meyer, formerly of Lu Verne, may have had a good reputation for truth and veracity down there, but now he is the •ggest liar in Algpna—that is, if club had a liars' contest at last Thursday noon's luncheon, and the Doctor was voted winner of first place. The prize was a small drip coffee pot especially engraved bjr tti jeweler. Oruggut fc. WaS P*W»ft ** OIRL HAS PNEUMONIA. Four Cornets, Feb. if -Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mr* ' teu seriously night and was taken Attention! Piles Sufferers The McCleary Clinic, E201 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs FRPP S fputtin * out a hew book! FREE to anyone afflicted with Piles, Fistula, and othsr rectal or colon troubles. Write them today.—Adv. —- v»iv**. .•_». uiiiiaAJi UU 19th birthday Sunday. K » —• — ^^^p^m^-^^ «>««•• Suffers a Crushed Foot in Accident in Daukn is now work-' Lakota, Feb. 16-Samuei Ship- the locker plant, ler, west of town farmer, suffer- on ~« ! * P ^ tim A f d ,, a critical accident when he Mr.~ChristianseVi uf«-H°^ A ? dl ^°. m a corn -'odder stack in- ^nnstiansen, Rmgsted, ls to a "hammermill" Friday afternoon. One foot was badly mu- had tilated. . ar- As Doctor Williams was out of Joseph town Mr. Shipler was taken to a at Buffalo Center hospital, but there ,' " COMPLETE VARIETY Richer ! Flavor. ous he was hurried to Rochester Mrs. Shipler was at Britt at the time of the accident, caring for her mother, a Mrs. Riding. There are two children in the Shipler Kraft's Velveeta THE DELICIOUS CHEESE FOOD YELLOW WALLEYED and SEA FOODS M-II oc Mlller came Saturday to ' band : ~*x« j...!!.]. kjini^ici. ICJ.L Monday for I Rochester to be with her hus- ......tefe^uwf^jjncb; •' and' table ^SWJllWenbacher and Leaves— ia left Mon- [ashington, D. . at-the par®J. Braley's. pthe Braleys 'ijManson, Gar'"" itenantCom- KsaTrAr' a na yal re- Washin *- jfeafey ^fiiuei's— .,. _ >ted, is new iC.iBauer's im- ^-^i^ves at pres- ^feotel, but plans here when -_ are had been '-.-•»•-•' •••'•'i"T«'' 1 * > p Ti «ii'- " T T. - *4»**j *Wl*l,teSFLon Go»g= Complete ONE TO A CUSTOMER .49 IB Lisbt ...w 21 2J ids JVE Entertained a of her son ifthday Satur- pMrs. Elizabeth fSeorge Ricke, %Mrs. Helen atter's daugh- m^~ $f£. apleted— i/nen 20 to 44 in the back :hange State p!j Mayor Matt Won, chief rojj- |j'Dy Mrs. L. L. ol pupils. |;Again— |Pk, -who fell ipd suffered a ought home „ 'spital, Al-' {,' Edw. Weig from the day, Hew— „_ ert Young, of |days last week ter Mrs. L. L. Uple were. on . rad from here to yisit other •aten— asketball team mstrong 39-36 the sectional Saturday night i also downed 8 consolation , prise— Hb women and s the Edw. ewell surprise ig. At ^500 , by Edward pu Gouge was ,.,„ of Crystal ireek-end here l«nd Henry niove March croft, which suffered a Slay at the re he clerljs condjjjon is MedernifHc H«h Bowl 15* Two Hardy OohMUh 2O* Aquarium Jeweb... IO« and Oreen Mant*... 1O* 5S« ^^ PIKE » 13 PRE8R, NORTHERN PIKE FRESH MACKEREL .. CELLO WRAPPED ' **" v PERCH FILLETS u 23c SMOKED Lb ' •"*«• MACKEREL .. Lake Smelts SERVE BREADED AND FRIED NATIONAL. SPAGHETTI OR Macaroni HERRING If* Lb. LAKE SUPERIOR ALASKAN PINK 2 16-01. ^ C COM ^M ^B( For Absolute Sofisracrion, FINEST QUALITY MEATS Crackers FORT DEARBORN HURRYl THE SUPPLY IS UMITEOI • you* ri»mtc4tTxr-i COjIt ONEI COME ALII IUT COME NOWI GAMBLE STORES JENNY LEE Soup Mix 2» 15c B2gg3Bi^iK_}lMitBiiSiEKiUpHp^B*BM^K?^-«H LEAN. MEATY •' ILUE RIIBON QUALITY BEEF SHORT RIBS ,, h . 15c BEE I* VBARMMO MUTTON LUGS OR •* •• ••J^— __ MUTTON CHOPS . ,. b . 15c «AAfiTS rtKMIIN^ TKNOHIIXMI* djWpWsBalKV '^ " BEEFSTEAKS ... u. 33e BEST BUDE CUTS m&tsR • •»»• u FRESH SMOEO — fcD< PORK LIVER .... ». Doily Delivery Aisures you Freihni THE FRIEND LY STORES OWNED BY Friday ad Saturday Feb. 20-21 BRAND ••_.T * """• OKAND REDSAIMOI... .-.35, tion. ihoes our .1 063 sale iii ^'iMl ti'i* \t • I TRUTH Trjth sometimes is stranger than fic- Jiight now the wholesale price of going up with a vengeance. Yet in: 'eiioval Sale this week I am selling o iraner than I ever sold them in any ever ran. We are selling a lot of shoes and stockings. Selling them at prices that will pay ople to buy for future use. have to move some time next week. have more goods than we can crowd into store room up street.. it is cut the price and sell every can this week. If the store room t was double its size I would not ^slaughtering the price on these Later on they will be worth'' money and hard to get; pair we up stree think o ~oorl shoes more SWBI AND TENDM-WEll HLUD «>D« Fresh Peas 2" 27c * "SHARP" BRAND—FBE8H ud CRISP CARROTS 2,^,130 IMew Cabbage GRtlH SOLID HEADS 3 13 OCR RREAFAST COFFEE 3-, b . Bag 57c SSc FRESH, CRIST AND TENDER RADISHES 3.£: 1.0.0 FRESH AND OREEN BROCCOLI L . 100 CORN ...„„„,, POST TOASTIES 3 Cello PinkGrai YELLOW CORN MEAL... •* ALICE OR VAN CAMP'S TOMATO JUICE . «- ADU«Blli ORANGE JUICE 25c 27c 15c 19c j> 25c "FOOTPRINTS" Footprint! mark the path to Fashion in this Wick lin rayon with its new V neck and hip-minimizing gored skirt. The south seo motif on the patch pockets is quite in keeping with the footprint buttons strolling down Jh» front. Champagne, sky blue, rosebud. Sizes 11-17. *7.98 "MINUET IN SWING- AM the charm of the minuet graces this striking floral print, exclusively patterned for Carole King. V shaped shirring marks each shoulder .. a V shaped waisN band moulds the midriff above an all around dirndl skirt. Acetate rayon jersey n white on fireman red, U 99°9e, or stone blue "''zes 9-15. My to buy duty to the loss is ypur gain. Now is ypur time and save money, it is a patriotic jconomize and save all we can for ion of this terrible war. immie Neville 9* SIZE PULL OF JUICE FtiE NAPKIN IN PACKAGE Magic Washei Ivory Flakei 01 IM9W 6 19 25 BRIHtMS .... MMSHiitLUWS iBBwrrrs 10c 25-ox. Pki, JOHNSON'S WAX NIW HAC IMP) M GIANT SIZX mcnv,...-. OIANT 69-OZ. PEG. 3 10-01, . BOWL» JAMI-FLUSH ... "«.r AWAY" Ut«rally q high flier— Hilt «P«n rayon with its contrasting band* g ay W JH, „,,. broidered butterflies... and its long torso blouse poised above a full circular Mn, paneled for slimnew. « luggage with Miramar aqu6, mist blue with spice "«f. «UM green with sun gold. Sizes 11-17.

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