Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1942
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&, 1942 ate Sale -„. all the ladles*, misses' and §ite slippers lit the old Akre be offered for sale at very ItJRSDAY, FRIDAY, AND this week. ( ,._ietn have arrived new from i '.In the last month. feet them Into the building on §nd would rather sell them also about 200 pairs 'of - that will go into this sale no room for them up men's underwear, -boys' and several other articles. davenports and two mirrors. t no room for these goods at lion, so am slaughtering the k sale—Thursday, Friday, and Ms week. In what used to be !ry Store. mie Neville Back to Health" STORED—NERVOUS—RHEUMATIC? Baths at SNAPP HIDE FROM ALGONA q«ar«l SERVICE TO BATH DEPARTMENT "- " "*: double. $2.75 to $6.00 LEWIS R. SIMS. Mgr. ird ns Bottle I 1 ming < >ff« ound 2ft| A I Iowa Coal TRACK bin* before the ground pind avoid having your lawn forton ft Son S£RV£ s,g " b c,« " i iuX a ° d ^in h ; SSs lEHHffl ALQ6NA. 2 Wesleyans Return from Hospitals FRANK WEBER AND LAWRENCE KOPPEN HOME Wesley, Mar] 4 —Nick ,,^^ came home Saturday from Rochester. Where lip- hnH fro* onma » 1. -«-..«, v..^ *-iv^\j ivcuuua FAREWELL AT FOUR CORNERS FOR TWO DEPARTING FAMILIES Four Corners, Mar. 3-*-A farewell party was given (when not stated) at Everett Witham's in hbnor of the daughter Irene. Mrs. Ben Sloter, her family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman. The ttended: the Leo Ramus Somewhere he° had er Mr and M« Rnhpf fn'd Mr.Tn d d M^ G°ayi r e well, Algona, were guests. Roman Eisenbacher and Mrs. Stockwell won the high prizes, and George Kemper and Mrs. Dick Weber were low. Mrs. Albert Sirard and Mrs. Kemper will entertain at the Girard home Sunday night, March 15. Barber Goes to Farming- Harry Mathas has hired Jesse Grosser, Spencer, to operate the former's barber shop till it can for women, Mrs. Smith, low. The Sloters are moving to Burdette. Goodbye to a Soldier— A dinner was given at Ray Smith's Sunday for Howard Lowman Jr., who leaves this week Tuesday for the army. Howard is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, Algona, Party Honors Lowmans Jr.— A party was given at Edw. Rich's ~ MANY BOOKS FOR LIBRARY AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Mar. 4—A fine lot of new books has been purchased for the local library, including: Berlin Diary, Seven-League Boots, Abe Lincoln Grows Up, lor the The Blind Man's House; Junior .- a large Miss, Two Ends to Our Shoe- The diversion string, The Doctors Mayo, Saratoga Trunk, The Dog Named Chips, My Son, My Son. My Mother is a Violent Woman, My Father is a Quiet Man, The Big Snow, Osa Johnson's Jungle Friends, Ashes of Yester.—„ ^v.i lv „ muum am, a day, Great Aunt Lavinia, My half with Mr. Lowman's broth- ^"" st Horse, Cup of Cold Water, ers. The Sugar-Creek Gang, The Long Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman Wmter Ends, Nine Lives, Tree Jr. have moved to a farm near f . or .f e ! er > Mv Name is Aram, Farewell Courtesy for KoMUth H. D. A. Lakota, Mar. 4—-Mesdames Jerry Heetland and C. A. Gutknecht, with Emma Gutknecht, were guests at a party at Mrs. P. J. Coyne's, near Bancroft, Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs. Ruth Hicks, H. D. A., who has left to take up nutrition work at Ames. Mrs. Hicks was present- ed with a pufse. She missed in Kossuth, for ah« w*i an efficient home demonstration agent. T61BS BROKE*. Lone Rock, Mar. 4 . — Melirtn, Hawks, employed by the county. had three toes broken one day last week, when a large jack fell on them. The men were moving a county building when the accident occurred. crowd attended. was cards. Other Four Corners. L. J. Lowman Sr. and his grandson. Ralph Smith, lately returned from Colfax, 111., where they had spent a month and last fall. EXCHANGE PICKUPS —John Torkelson, Humboldt county farmer, wouldn't let county weed commissioners in- Harry purchased recently. The v . Fenton which they purchased A P nl Gold '"' "" Mystic Flowers, Astra, Strange Proposal, Beyond Tomorrow, The Wagon and the Stars, Fighting Littles, Mary Poppins Comes Back, Mr. and Mrs. Cugat, The Secret of the Marsh, Mystery House. Little Elephant on Farm, Billy Button's Buttered Biscuit, The Drum Goes Dead, Everything fo* the Party, The Coming of Cassidy, Raggedy Andy, and Maida's Little House. pupils of the seventh grade in the local public school gave —Commiserating friends, probably married, conspired at an Dorothy Mathas a farewell party Christmas time to present _„ Friday at the sphoolhouse. electric blanket to a Forest City bahelor. .Eligible girls indignant —"Never will get married now!" —Corn bin. commandeered at New Girl at Lickteig's— A girl weighing eight pounds was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig, who have Ringsted for" storage tiff shipped two other children, Jimmy and of collected waste paper Darlene, who are at the maternal grandparental B. J. Meuhe's, south of. Algona, undergoing attacks of measles ^ is the former Agner. Meuhe. Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. Jack Haverly and —Primaries only four months „ ... away, not a single announced Mrs. Lickteig candidate in Emmet —Fenton woman, Editor'mach, Mrs. Elmer Pijahn, Mrs Schwartz claims, bought two Herbert Potratz, Lydia Wetzel Mrs. pairs shoes, couldn't decide and Edw. Kressin. SPEAKING OF NAME GARDENS, THIS ONE DELIGHTS CORWITH Corwith, Feb. 4—Within one block on Elm street, Sapp addition here, live Mayor Woodbury. City Assessor Bush, and Councilman Wood. Neighbors In the same block include Harley Green, who works for a seed corn company, and Howard Rietveld (Dutch for Reedfield). who teaches agriculture. A. R. Gardiner, who deals in lumber, lives just halt a block too far north to be included in the 'botanical block.' Farewell for a Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. Henning Fromm, Bricelyn, Minn., entertained recently at a family party for then- son Arnold, who will soon join the army, and attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson, the Bernard Petersons, and Floyd Olsons. Mrs. Fromm is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson. ...»w, v u*,**. J. At» V d J.JT dllU. 1VJ.10. £*fc*«. u UAAUCOf t(J U1UII I* UCV.1U.C Tom Forburger entertained their which to wear to party, after she bridge club and the husbands arrived discovered she was wear- Sunday evening at four tables of ing one of each. 500. Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum won high family prize, Mr. and'Mrs. George Ward were low, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Studer won travel. Changes on .Wesley Farms— The Albert Girards have moved to a farm vacated some weeks' —Ringsted Legion post sponsoring drive for cigarets, candy, etc., for Ringsteders ' armed forces. in U. S. —Reporting auto accidents, some papers are ..now featuring tire damage as greatest loss ELITE SHOP Mon.-Tues. March 9-10 You can save money at this outstanding sale of quality furs! Ask Mr. Woolworth, expert Furrier, about our convenient lay-away plan for next season's Fur Coat i your old Coat Into a new 1948 style i iern Illinois cu iu ci itum vacaxea some weeKS ""- 1 - --""'lasc ao ereatesi loss ago by the William Wards, and barr . in g personal injuries or fa- 4-Vin i"M*i-MjivkAn T*L—1_; i falitiAQ the Clarence Dbrnbiers have moved to the Girard farm. The V. L. Jones family, Blairsburg, bought the farm where the Dorn- biers lived, and are now there. New Fire Chief Named— 'At a special meeting of the Wesley firemen one night last week E. M. Olson was elected chief to succeed Harry Mathas, who is leaving town. The other members of the fire company presented Mr. Mathas with a defense bond. Cong'ls to Meet Here— The Mitchell association of Congregational churches is to talities. . —Ad mgr. Boone News-Republican accepted fellow employes' challenge to bake cake honoring own birthday, brought fine cake, unbelieving fellows sent laudatory note to wife. —Harry Coffie, Estherville, new flight commander this area, flight instructor Estherville airport, has bought new trainer plane. Seven planes now at Estherville airport. —Blue Earth not only southern Minnesota town sued by farmers for river pollution. Sev- Sugar-Rationing Near— The much talked of sugar-rationing is practically upon us. The school teachers here have received notice that the first report is to be made on the number of people in the school districts. Rationing books will be issued by the teachers. Group to Youth Rally- KRESENSKY'S Mrs. Ida Kuecker, who had been at Marion, S. D., with her „ „„. „ t son Willis to consult doctors, ,* a STO°fi. ° came home Saturday evening! - om - the - . Ba P tlst Willis stayed for .a few days longer. _ people ..- —,.— church, with the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson, attended a youth meeting at Forest City Sunday. This was at the Methodist church, but s sponsored by the Swedish Bap- v^ongregauonai cnurcnes is to *•*»""»•»° •"•"* iivci pyuuuon. oev- hold a conference at the local! en suits against Fairmont. Sew- A V>i *<»«!. TIT—. J i »» i_ d« HCfO * church Wednesday, March" 18. This will be an annual all-day meeting. Dinner will be served to visitors. Donna Cink to Hospital— Edw. Cink took his daughter Donna to the university hospital, age. LOTTS CREEK lamina i.u me university nospual, quilting party was held at Iowa City, one day last week for Mrs - Minnie Mittag's last Thursa medical check-up. His mother,! ^ av afternoon and evening, and Mrs. George Cink, accompanied ^attending were Mesdames H. F. them. IMittag, John Schallin, Adolph Amateur Program Planned—The Legion Auxiliary met Monday night, and Mrs.,Halvor Flom served. Plans for an annual amateur program to be given in April were discussed. Mrs. Doerr Loses Aunt- Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Doerr went to St. Lucas Monday evening to nttend the funeral Tuesday of Mrs. Doerr's aunt, Mrs. Matt Blong. L. M. Olson Uncle Dies— E. M. Olson was lately notified of the death of an uncle, Ole A. Olson, at Puyallup, Wash. Death was due to a heart attack. 'School Kids to Tourney- Coach Dale Mclntosh 'took a r«rload of high school students to Gruver Saturday night to attend a girls' tournament. Giddings Family Leave. The Milton Giddings family has moved to Algona, and Mr, Giddings is now employed at the Gamble store there. Other Wesley News. Mrs. John Hildman and Mrs. Tillie Hildman entertained at a neighborhood party Sunday nieht at the former's, and 500 was played at tables. John Richter and Mrs. Orville Smith won Men. ,and Mrs. Smith also won travel. Mae Studer helped her sister, Mrs. Edw. Downs, move to a firm near Titonka Sajurday. The twp Downs youngsters were cared for by their maternal erandmother, Mrs. Alf Studer. Mae is also helping her sister this week. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr. on tt"*^ n ^ ce - Mrs - P au l and the Jatter's new hoy. Teddy, at an Alffona hos- mtal Sunday. The MqNeils will Portl, Noah Reisner, Martin F. Meyer, Otto Ruhnke, Carl Zu- nnv ™V . ore y Sunday evening to help Mrs. Zu- tist church there. mach celebrate a birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Two Directors to be Named— Schallin and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Two new school directors are ert Liesener, with the latter's to be elected on the school mother, Mrs. Kahn, all of Al- board this year to succeed the gona; Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, late D. W. Fults and the late Wil- Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. liam Evans. David Anderson and and Mrs. Herman Reisner, the A. J. Christensen were appointed Arthur Zumachs, and the Rein- by the board to serve till March hard Zumachs. At 500 H. F. Mit- 9, date of election. tag and Mrs. Frank Schallin won . the high prizes, and Arthur Zu- Men's Brotherhood Meets— mach and Mrs. Robert Liesener Tne Rev - S. A. Anderson, Floyd Treat, and Dettmer Thompson h ° st * i. at a . "} en ' s ., 1 "? th , eri : meeting at the Guild hall were low. Mr. and Mrs. Ewold Kohlwes, daughter Karen, and Mr. and New Styles that give you that "GOOD NEWS" LOOK There's no question about it. . . you'll look fashion wise ... in this Carole King Exclusive with its swirling skirt paneled with question marks. More inquisitiveness accents the side pockets. Carole Lyn spun rayon in mission blue, wheat, coral. Sizes 11-15. And washable. E 7.95 EARLY BUYS ON NEW SPRING COATS last Thursday evening. Mrs. Henry Wetzel, Austin, Minn., were Sunday guests of other Swen fltv Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and T •+« n £• ut. j Mrs. Lydia Wetzel Llttle Bonn y Fmn . who had an v- D o ' '* ™_-j operation for appendicitis last * T *u me v 1 l rldav week Monday at Buffalo Center, Th» ~-a£Q ^ Fan school , ho ^e. is convalescing at the Finn P, e ,_ R °JS J 3 . 1 !^ 3 .^ M r - home, Gerled. '• Raymond Lanning, of Webb,, rv, Q ^'= ., jiTi "j i,"- "V'u"! 1 " was a visit °r at Walter Smith's! mach s and helped him celebrate over the week-end, his 31st birthday. Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierste<Jt, the latter couple of Whittemore, accompanied Donald Erickson to Marion, S. D., recently to consult doctors. Ruth Schmiel sppnt Saturday —Buy Defense Bonds— flRE mil WFLL J IKED? ivuui oizmmei sppnt Saturday You can't be when heartburn, "full- and Sundav with Thelma Jones nesa ',' a , nd J^ dT 4 es ^°", >?° ther you ,, a11 and Mrs. Elkins at Algona. - e - e - n '- n ^ ^.P L A- TaWe . t ^ ««. relieve WHITTEMORE LOCALS invited. Mr. and 'Mrs. The Methodist W. S. C. S. held a general study at Mrs. Harry Seeley's one day last week. Mrs. Seeley gave a lesson, devotions, Mrs. Maud Fish read The Heart of Lent, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod read How to Keep Lent in the Christian Way. It was planned to hold an afternoon tea at the church Thursday, March 12, and all women of the community are Milford Elbert and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod accompanied Elmer Weisbrod, Fenton, to Fort Dodge Friday to call on Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, patient at the Lutheran hospital there. Mrs. Jean Murray, of Spring Lake, Mnin., daughter Ruth, and Mrs. Richard Goetsch, Fenton, visited Mr, and Mrs. Ray Carlisle Friday. Mrs,v Catherine O'Brien and her son Edmund went to Livermore Monday to help Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien move to a farm near Wesley. Mrs. Mae Butler and Scotty McCloud, Sioux City, visited the P. J. Fuchsens "Sunday, and Mrs. Fuchsen accompanied them to Sioux City for this week. Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Laubenthal, Emmetsburs, • were Thursday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher. John Higgins, Smyer, Tex., arrived Thursday to look after his farm and visit relatives. The community club is sponsoring a minstrel show at the Academy hall next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock for the benefit of the swimming pool fund. The William McCauleys, Mason City, sppnt Sunday at the P. J. Fuchsen home. Robert Gengler left for Peoria, 111., Sunday to enlist in the coast guard. Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Engesser, son Dennis, dauehter Florence, and Eugene Schumacher, of Bancroft, were rpcent dinnpr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Engesser. Emmet Mosbach, student of the State college, Ames, spent the week-end with his father, John Mosbach. you and give you a chance to "put yourself over"! Get AD-LA Tablets at vmir drug store. LUSBY & GIOSSI, Druggists 'A FULL SIZE COMPLIMENTARY CAKE near Ga,ll?rai^hi: and Mr, Mc- will be emnJoved on a farm. A home project , follow-up was held at Mrs. Honry '8 Tuesday. Mrs. Shierman. leader, iwve the lesson. A meal wasstu^ipd/Drepared, and T?hw was the final raeet- on c • with nis wife most of the time since her operation last week Wednesday. Mrs. Bud Hauptman went to Fort Dodge Sunday evening to visit the Leo^Waldschnydts arid the Jack Thissens, She rode with Roland Waldschmidt, who had visited Eva Studer over the week-end. • Bernadette Studer, stenographer at Des Moines, spent the week-end at the parental Bjen Studers, an4 Bernard Erdriiin, who teaches at Alvord, was at the parental Paul Erdman's. ' Mrs. Oscar Brice, F.ertUe. spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Dale Jones. The Jpneses too* her back Saturday and remained till Sunday evening. Mercy ^hospital, Mason Henry Ricke drove to Boone has been Thursday to see the latter's son Frank, who is gpriouslv sick. Max Studer, of the F. B I. at Des Moines, visited the Alf Stu- ders Friday eveninp. He was on his way to Mason City to see his family. The Art Cink family moved this week to the farm four miles easj of Qrystal Lake which they BflTH SUP Eft in may come and sports may 0o, bur these go on forever! $ Some at $1 AAA to C Saddle moccasins in white, white with brown, beige or natural. recently. The Victor Loebigs and the Vincent Dauphns attended a family gathprinp at Frank Daghn's, Britt, Saturday. Wajt^r Kiljian and Mark Studer Jeft Tuesday for induction into the army. • . The Svlvester Garmans, Sttt- n, visited the Tom Forburgers Sunday. *.?••-. THe HoKort K^uns,' Aipona.' visited the Edw. Hildmans Sunday" The B. M. Olsons visited the Melvin Olsons, Algona, Sunday. Know *• vtter Ivxvry of' "Th« Aristocrat of Sopp." Accent fhfc lovejy lorge siz* c.afe* a* a gi# with the '"- K.D.James

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