Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1942
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26, 1942. ALGONA. IOWA , ; , Mrs. * b -r. aad _ , ... at the , «P«»t the week- .* ftit ^-..',. *•"; -i!Li , . . parents, Des here PHHS^V"" Mr< 1 ..___.^.fc J M«rwlil foote, of, , ; - tings, Neb., orrlved, yesterday '-• 1 a visit with-Mt..-i:oote' S par, Mr. and Mrt/,;Frahk Shllts. ^Sl« 'HlW«l«U'i,ti»1r)*ntage cen- ;,^ vbfiWiil^ianWiitfMonday's We ^di^CK*a&®*£m£!iS«A •. that • tht ,§' ^-*elhi|^lif| ^WtrlpipsL. ought! '/expected .Chicago, on a cloth!*$"'••' ' * Id; Clark, guests •.Clark sales- spent _ 's.. The Haw of Mr. Fern Rock j M jbi8a«ia«lpf m, i . tVL Curtmn-WiUj return to his « ie at Nayt^ivirau|ih, Minn, to, after, havinia<pent most of -' • ^-^^.i^ White over the Mrs. Algonians. ^employe. ' Pioneer cWJCK tdinner and ? meeting Monday p^n, salea'Sger H was^i i^ffrom'si'Masoni'fCity.,. where rshaiii!>inent!:aSv?eBlir>iwith the • tthlf«i*Ewu^8tudent n nurse i'-' arrived •with her jE'. A. Ev- iting from tnet- Oswald, Whittemore. Mrs. Oswald and Mr. Zimmerman are sister and brother. Rita Dooley, deputy county recorder, spenlk the week-end at Des Moines and checked hunting atid fishing conservation commission reports. Anita Rose Kohlhaas accompanied her on a business mission. Miss Kohlhaas is a stenographer at the local Metropolitan Life offices. 'Cliff Dickson. Spencer, has reopened the Kossuth Hatchery on the east side of the building next east of the Foster Furniture store. The hatchery, which is an affiliate of a Spencer company, has for many years been operated there in .season. 'Mr. Dickson has Qlenn Rike, Algona, as assistant, J. C. Skow, Wesley farmer, came home Saturday evening from Des Moines, where he attended a state planning board meeting under auspices of the state Farm Bureau Wednesday and Thursday and a national farm institute Friday and Saturday. Mr. Skow is a member of the state planning board. Mr*. E. E. Paumore and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Passmofe, pf Des Moines, iwere Wednesday guests of,the A. A. Sterlings; Mrs. E. E. Passmore, mother of Milo, is the mother-in-law of Mrs. Lee Passmore, who is making .a visit of indefinite length with her parents, Mr; and Mrs. Sterling, while her husband is in the army. Dora Mitchell has received a card from her sister, Mrs. A. E. Mallory; and the letter's husband, farming near Hampton, who are vacationing in Florida. The Mal- lorys said they had been in Cuba for a short visit. Mrs. Mallory" is the former Mary Mitchell, who for some years was stenographer for the late T. P. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Gray spent the week-end at Des Moines, where Mr. Gray went on a business mission with the Inland Milling Co.; which he represents in this territory. From therd they went to Osceola for a visit with their respective parents. Mrs. J. R. Woodmansee accompanied them as far as Des Moines to visit relatives. Noma Wiuff, Atlantic, and Allen Buchanan, Sioux Falls, were week-end guests of Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Both are in Metropolitan Insurance employ, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Karaus, Owatonna, Minn., were also guests of the Buchanans. Mr. Karaus was a roommate of Allen when both were at Mason City. Mrs. James Tornabane, the former Evelyn Capesius, is seriously sick at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she has been a patient for medical treatment during the last five weeks. She is the youngest daughter^of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, retired farmers east of Algona. Mr. and ,1/iL i-CKairlej jmpl " JS is Iowa _ T .pJane and tat the uni- :nd a St. there. ^Sphwietert born hospital, me other !|{3chwietert linotyp- |son of Mr. south of i»|home Tues" th hospital. ,t.ion for ap- " about rein the Ktwill spend Ithe A A. niece of ISaughter of fejiWelch, Web- aft'flt''' st Smith, of fjjr son Ken- llers at the lies F. Black s a brother- and broth- 15-ot' cani^SI P ks.f pi* 5-M 17-* "•' can 1*1 It is! orted to be tie Kossuth been since J, a* heart at- |lHe expects ^hospital for Engesser, the demo- linner at Des 'ening. Mrs. mer Imelda Carriage was Itate income the court- Hd Tuesday, ^ help anyone prepare a rt gturn. This ideral returns. C. U. Polen, Claudia, got home Falls City, ^..it Friday to Vices for Mr. Jlizabeth Brown, of oday guests ends here, er pf Mrs. R. |Brown oper- stablishment ow,n the the Rufus j a week's . Twin-Co, spending, it j? Moines. Mrs. stitpting for Clement ,Sb.op, which qf.theKre- at son of Zimmer- by or, ^i - ?• J, Mrs. Tornabane, with a daughter, live at Fort Dodge. Poslmaster and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, with the daughter Sheila, were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, En> metsburg. Mrs. Kelly entertained at (family dinner Saturday evening, and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson Jr., Fort Dodge, Mrs ; Knudson being another daughter. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller, Grinnell, spent ! from last week Wednesday till Sunday here with the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Miller, D. E.'s brother, Geo. L., and his sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Wel- lertdorf and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. D. E. is a contractor and builder, and his wife is the former Alberta Grosenbach, whose parents moved from the Sexton neighborhood to a Grinnell farm a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colwell were at Fort Dodge Monday to attend funeral services for Mr. Col well's uncle, Malcolm Black, 78, who died from a stroke. He was a brother of Mrs. Jennie Colwell, Algona, who has been at Fort Dodge for the last week. Lois Colwell, student at the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, came as far as Fort Dodge to attend the funeral. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ^Colwell. ALGONA YOUTH IS GRADUATE IN LAW Washington, D. C. — Vernon Connie Kohlhaas, Algona, was graduated from the George Washington university with the degree of Juris Doctor at the winter convocation February 23. The: traditional date for the convocation is George Washington's birthday, February 22, but this year it fell on Sunday. Some 375 graduates received degrees .and certificates. Vernon is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, Algona, and his wife is the former Gertrude Zender, daughter of Frank C. Zender, Algona. yernon attended Notre Dame university one year, then took three years at the University of Iowa, where he was graduated in liberal arts. He studied law at George Washington university, and is now practicing with Nor: man L. Meyer, a Washington attorney. I Algona Youth Poses in a College Event Mitchell, S. D., Feb. 24—Some 235 students and others. attended an annual Washington's birthday banquet at Graham hall of Dakota Wesleyan university here Sunday evening. A special mission of the U. S. .Senate in a j Washington memorial service j was portrayed, and in the finale I Roger Michel, son of Mrs. Archie i Michel, Algona, la., posed as Washington. PICK TWO FOR WHO'S WHO AT CEDAR FALLS Cedar Falls, Feb. 24—Twenty- four students—12 men and 12 women—have been named to "Who's Who at Iowa State Teachers College," feature of Old Gold, college yearbook. Their pictures will be featured in the annual. Selected by the faculty student welfare committee, the "who's who" students represent outstanding campus personalities in all fields of interest. They are selected' on the basis of leadership in student activities, participation in extra-curricular affairs, and contribution to campus life. Among women is Alvira Halvorson, Ledyard, and among the men 'Bill' Phillips, Algona. Phillips is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, and his father is secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate, of. the West Waterloo high school and is majoring in English and chemistry. Miss Halvorson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Halvorson, Ledyard, and her father has for many years been a well known North Kossuth well-driller. She is a graduate of the Ledyard consolidated schools. Miss Halvorson is majoring in music, also in primary studies. ALL LADIES' WINTER HATS 49c at Woodward's. u24 THUBS.-ERL, FEB. 26-27 -SATUR.; Thurs. Bargain Mat, 10-25c Bogart at his best! Gangland Gangs Up In The Gestapo! ,; BIG 8-WAY SHOW February 28 3d Feature Now for Fun 1 CLAUDE RAINS No. 3—FUN FOR THE FAMILY SATURDAY MIDNITE, 11 P. M. SUNDAY-MONDAY, FEB. 28, MARCH 1-8 ''She may be the woman of the year—but to me she's just another dame who can't cook." SHE KNEW EVERYTHING ABODT LIFE...Jbuf ,never had time to learn about FIRST A NO, 1 COMEDY SMASH OF COMING HIE SD AY- WEDNES,, MARCH - Your ^h'oV from J O'clock Keep 'Em J; lying Program WAR STAMPS BUILD A BOND DIETRICH FJREp M4C MURRAY ' ""•" '"'"""-•-'•••^rtH—,'" .•'.."THE LADY 18 n 011115*1011 f, |j < nnvrirriE Ex-Local Boy Mas Job at Pipestone Fenton, Feb.'18 —Gail Haase, PAGS and was taken back to Pipestone Sunday by Lester Gade, Minna Haase, Anita Thompson, and Mrs. Harry Phillips, last three •.-ciitun, .ecu. io — \jtau naase, of Algona. Gail was recently formerly of Jackson, Minn., now transferred to Pipestone, where of Pipestone, Minn., spent the:he is bookkeeper for a Botsford week-end with relatives here, i lumberyard. THURS., FRIDAY, SATUR. Feb. 26-27-28 SUN.-MON., MARCH 1-2 t Second Feature HOSPITALS KOSSUTH Feb. 22—Mrs. Cliff Holding, Burt, surgical; Charles Owens, Algona, medical; Mrs. Meryl Schwietert, Algona, girl; Mrs. Paul McNeill, Algona, boy. Feb. 23—Matt Fisch, Algona, surgical; James Walker, Algona, surgical. Feb. 24—Zola Dacken, Algona, medical. Feb. 25—Ivan Elston, Algona, surgical. GENERAL. Feb. 20 — Albert Bunkofski, Burt, medical; Edward Dornbier, Wesley, accident. Feb..21—Virgil Gardner, Bancroft, surgical; Mrs. Fred Pergande, Algona, surgical. Feb. 23—Dennis J. Goeders, Sexton, medical. BRIAN DpNLEVY BROD CRAWFORD ANDYDEVINE , HENRr WILCOXON KB. WARNER ARM I DA MARIA MGNTEZ Serial, Holt of Secret Service Second 'Feature TUES.-WEDNES.. MARCH 8-4 Extended Run. • BEST COMEDY IN A YEAR! SPENCER TRACY KATHARINE HEPBURN —in— "WOMAN OF THE YEAR" •Juntan .Romissmn . . . Pius Tax IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM IA TIME FOR EVERYTHING i | There was a time when you could | | buy Tires, Autos, etc., with j i Quality to your Liking f i Now Is fhe Time and Here Is the Place to 1 | Buy Good Quality Clothing Still Very 1 Reasonably Priced. s . ' • . • These Overcoats of rich fleecy fabrics, full.satin lined, newest shades of blue, gray, and brown, tailored up to our standard at $22.50 Save you plenty of money and give you quality. Only Because We Anticipated This Situation Many Months Ago, Can We Offer You This Quality at / These Prices. These SUITS by Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Leu-Clair Clipper Craft in pure 100% wool fabrics in every new model and pattern wanted. Priced from $25to$40 Sa?e you plenty* Best of all they hare quality Leuthold • William* Company l&K Yellow Salad Style MUSTARD No. 2 Cream Style YELLOW CORN ... SWEETPICKLES HERSHEY'S CHOC. SYRUP 3 ^ 13c SEMI SWEET CHOC. 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