Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1942 · Page 3
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l'<iil^f . both of •and gave remembers, lunch. Leglon-Auxil- Halvor der and . of four '-up meet- laf Funne- March 5. and who at- Fun- Mrs. Joseph Mni? Gordon Gid- _- jKffFIom, and Anna, - Hutch- and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. A women This till fall. TIRE BOARD MEMBER SPEAKER ON A PROGRAM AT SWEA CITY o — . " *»•* •«• •» "« «* • v • fm\&d~ son, Mrs. Anna :3ahl, Mrs. E. F. treaded tires. EOT* Lose at Sectional— Swea City lost by one , - ~ & -««» fjj vy»»c fSVJAIlli m a sectional basketball tournament Saturday night, when Armstrong won, 28-27. At the half the score was 13-10 in favor of Swea City. It Was a good game from start to finish. An Armstrong fan, commenting, said: KOflSUTH COUNTY AfrVAKGB. ALQQMA. - Auxiliary Meet Dated at Wesley Mir. 11—A com-, "The losers showed good sports- nandicraft exhibit was manship, and wished Armstrong connection with a P. T. good luck in the district A. meeting at this school building ment. Monday .night. The committee ' m charge was NTS. J. J. Ander- Guild lo Meet Friday— I — mn«' HjT«u. A - ^ .. « » « . _*~ mi. _ ^*4.... ... The Guild will meet Friday ~-—»-•««.. A*.»iiAct ../am, ivii.3. .cj. r. JLIIC . vjuiiu win iiitet E rjuay Broberg, Mrs. John Erickson, and : afternoon at the hall, and host- Mrs, jay Larson. The program esses will be Mrs. James E. Vaux, follows: Community singing led Mrs. George Butterfield Sr., and by high school band; saxophone Mrs. Geo. Butterfield Jr. Mrs. solo, Patty Blomster; vocal solo, i Charles Kessler has charge of Ray Pehrson; Geo. P. Hawcott, j the program, the topic to be Na- Burt, member county tire board, I tive Leadership. Patty Vaux will on tire, passenger car, sugar-ra- furnish music. tioning, and rationing of re- • — „., Other Swea City. Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Ranney, of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Davies, daughter Dianna Kay, and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Johnson were guests Saturday evening at Walter Smith's. A baby was born Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leland, who arrived from California Sunday, March 1. point HOUSEWARMING iT LEDYARD, FOR PINGLE FAMILY Ledyard, Mar. 11 — Relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingl with a housewarming at theii home, recently vacated by the, Paul GelhauV family. Attendirg: Mr. and Mr p Henry Blome, Mrs. Alvin Busch, 1 Jl^ii^tf^l|hfe?(dJrmcr table. Mr p^k|r^ce^^mai^,jbirthday re. Studer, Myra, R. to Des the son For_ from ear and swol- under children, Mr and Mrs. Wil i Knoner, son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilier, daughter Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green, daughter La Vaun, the Virgil Stu- Loucks family, Ivtr. and Mrs. El_, - broth-1 mer Hagedorn, son Melbourne. Palls, and ' ——I— with Seven to Fort Dodge Meeting— was The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote, Herman Mesdames Levi Wiemer, D. B. Wilson Brack, arid H. D. Mayne attended a New Ot tlook Days program at the First Methodist church, Fort Dodge, last Thursday. Dr. E. Stanley Jones was A u was the cen- table. Mr. the school building. Another meeting will be held, this one at D. A. Carpenter's, this .week Thursday. Bed jackets are to be cut and distributed. Church Gets Redecoration— The, Sacred Heart Catholic ELEANOR VOGEL, OF BURT, WEDS EASTERN YOUTH Hurt, Mar. 11—Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel have announced the marriage of their daughter Eleanor Seaman Elizabeth, Melville, to Robert Worcester, v«..»«u} TVVS& V>t^^liGJl • Mass., on Friday, March 6, at Boston. The marriage took place at the Mt. V e r n o n Congregational church there, Dr. Carl Heath Kopf officiating. Only immediate relatives of the couple were present. The bride wore a blue silk street length dress with black accessories. The .bride, who is a graduate of the Burt high school and Grinnell college, is technician at a children's hospital, the pediatrics and a younger brother. Jack. About 75 Algona high school students came to Burt to attend her funeral. She was a member of the sophomore class. Reports Given at Church- Instead of the usual sermon Sunday morning the Rev. H. W. Jackman and those who attended the New Outlook day at Fort Dodge Thursday gave reports of that meeting at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Those making talks were Mrs. W. B. Officer, Mrs. W.'« J. Lockwood, Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mrs. J. D. Graham, and Lurena Wessel. Wedding Anniversary Observed Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick accompanied the Edgar Inlays, La- ter. .Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz Jfeturn home Sunday. The Rev. M. M. Schaper and his sister, Mrs. Davis, Albuquerque, N. M., visited Sunday teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, M*. and Mrs. ft, F. Elvidge. The L. R. Gordners spent Sunday with Mrs. Gordner's grand. • •• . p an £ w f, r e supper guests Mother, Mrs. D. F. Coyle, Hum- Kev. G. H. Wessel home, boldt. _ . Tn .e Albert Manus family and Edwin Manus spent Sunday even ng at the Ed Blumer home in Algona. Edwin remained for a couple of days visit. Ruth Olson, who is taking a beauty culture course at Waterloo, spent the week-end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harry McChane. Norma Jean Rash, who is a student at Hamilton business college, spent the week-end with S! 1 -._ parents ' Mr - and Rash. Mrs. W. Paul Moore* who had St. Benedict where they were school. The bridegroom is guests at the Kenneth May home in honor of the Mays' seventh wedding anniversary. Son for the Hansens— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen are parents of a son, born Mon- one all dinner 'here with The Albert Bieshs, Carroll, were Sunday guests at John Grandgennett's. Albert is John's cousin. Nick Arndorfer was elected director of the parochial school Monday, succeeding the late Philip Jmmerfall. The St. Johns, Algona, were at Mrs. Mary Penton's Sunday. The Leo Hanigs, of Wesley, . „„„ , were at the maternal Mi fpfnrr,^ t eonard , Schmidt, j also Mr. and Mrs. William r ± turn !_ dh °. me .Sunday. | dorfer in the afternoon. . e Graham , Mrs •me, Sacred Heart Catholic fh ;"'„",",- „ church edifice is being redecor- ^L^?£ g - ated. New stations have been' snpnl : thp "" bought, wall paintings will be hung, and the interior will be —»~-^-O» wv»«* Ak> a 0V/1J. UA Prof, and Mrs. C. E. Melville, of Clark university, and is a graduate of that university. He is a research chemist' in Massachusetts General hospital. The couple are living at 199 Park Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Vogel attended pital. The" Hansens have of other child, a daughter. completely decorated. P. O. to Change Location — Mrs. Jack McDonald has purchased the building which was formerly a v beauty shop, and the postoffice will be moved to it. Church to Have Basement — Work has been started on a basement for the Evangelical Reformed church in preparation for moving the edifice. Other Ledyard News. _ Mrs. Vogel had winter in Boston with her daughter, and Mi-. Vogel went a few days before the wed-, ding. They are expected home this week. Burt Schoolgirl Buried— Funeral services for Zola Mae Other Burt, News. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jackman and two daughters, of Sheldon, visited Sunday at the Rev. H. W. Jackman home. The girls spent the day here, but the others had dinner with friends at Thornton. Mr. Jackman is superintendent of the Sheldon schools. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf — —"•*•»»-•* uw& VAVICO XUJ. iuUla JLVXctc —»••** -»-*-.«. ^*\sj *t.jiAAgovtv/xj. Dacken, 14-year-old daughter of at dinn er last week Wednesday Mrs. Wilma Dacken, of Buffalo . evening. Center, and the late John Dack- I Mr - and Mrs - Glenn Graham, en, were held at the Lutheran Bode . a "d E. O. Chipman were church here Monday afternoon, Sun day dinner guests at Mrs. the Rev. L. Richmann conduct- j Lllll a n Sheldon's. Mr. and Mrs. ing the service. Burial was in Gl> aham were supper guests at +V\f% V*/-.»•*•**•» A< I*In ««__._j._ ^r the Burt cemetery. Zola was born September .9, 1927, near Algona. She lived with her parents for a time in Burt. Her father died about six . . . J. H. Graham. ., Th e G. H. McMullens visited at the home of Mrs. McMullen's m ,?« G n' Mrs :, Ida Re nfield, at Russell, Sunday T. Kennedy. Kathryn Dan FroehHch home from was ht »- a heari attack last week Wedfiil* day, .The Stanley Garmann*, , with, were Sunday visitors Richard GarmannV •».,' st - J °e, . ited the Al Rosenmeyers Sunday. . Mrs. Rosa Nelson, Liverrrtore. is spending this week with her son Charles and his family. She ^ent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Wesley. Mrs. Ben Recker was taken to the Kossuth hospital one day last week. She is reported seriously sick. Delores Arndorfer, Mason City, was an over-Sunday visitor with the home folks. ~^ «»*,&*, *.*»v. TV tcjrwo J.UI™ lowing an operation for tumors. Loraine Arndorfer, who teaches near Armstrong, was a Sunday visitor at John Arndorfer's MAN WANTED Large, million - dollar feed company wants to appoint a man for soecial work in this locality. Should have car and farm experience—be 25 to 59 years old. Write giving your name and address to P. O. Box 400, Algona. Name Address GUARANTEED ^^^a^ MEATS BLUE RIBBON QUALITY Steaks *(?*><, . . . the main speaker^ and Mrs. William Spence, Anjes, was on the program program ' University Choir Sings— ,___, .— The a capella choir of the Uni- onei there on versity of Dubuque sings this '""*"" indue- week Wednesday evening at Washington, D. C. Donald, son ^dw. Looft[ is a _ — choir, which is en tour in the eastern states. Red Cross Medina- A j> . . .. A meeting of Cross branch was the local Red held Friday at spent several days recently visiting friends at NArthfield, Minn., and Minneapolis.] Mr .and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler, George Algona, attended Henry Auxiliary party -T.T-" to see night. He Is a" member of i»is. seriously Wesley post. The Nick ,Meu:-ers, of Plover, and Mrs. Jos. Mcurer Sr., Whit- from Alito the army. Mr, and Mrs. Tony Rasmussen, Forest City, were • — - a ley's last week W The women are s at.H. J. Bra- ednesday night, sters. The John Ormsbys, of Mason City, visited friends here a few days last week. They lived here were Sun- w^s Mr" un l u some_yearsjago. .../day. There ibrances. Dr. and Mrs. H ;ertained their evening bridge lily,' Ralston, Idman estate ., and Mr. T the R. C. I club Monday. A i lunch was served. day last Mrs. Johanna Hansen had been sick at her daughter Mrs. Paul Engen's, but is now much improved. Ben and Clem Drummer, of a Legion and here Friday the home were Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and the L. D. Maynes. The Max Zarlings, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were at E. A. Carpenter's. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch and -., _ ,. —_ . —• j—-" i*»4i* was uiKen to Jttocn Mrs. Julius Seifert entertained where she died last - « ic " iaai and attending high school there. She had been feeling not as well as usual for a couple of months, but had been about as usual until a couple of weeks ago. A week ago Sunday she was taken to Rochester, Minn., the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz took Wilfred's mother, Mrs. Elza Woltz, to Kensington, Minn., for a visit at the home of her daugh- H. Raney en- 6:30 pot luck Hayerhill, spent last week visiting Drummer relatives here. , . .. Eugene Kirschbaum, of Mason to visit a City, spent the week-end at his San Fran- sewhere. ;:will enter- Thursday, ' Studer will Ibridge club parental Ollie K rschbaum's. Mrs. Ann Zittrilsch, of Algona, visited her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Raney, Friday. Frank Frimml went to Rochester for medical day last week. Mr. and Mrs. treatment one *•£*** I~*MU -—. ~"v* ^T4.A*j. Molvin Olson, Mrs*. Leo Algona, were Sunday guests at her bridge .. . . Austin, . It-end at her improving. ptman's Sr. The Carl E. M. Olson's. Anton Goetz siffered a sick spell Sunday afternoon jjper guests were jjptmans and week. Young- sick with ||p ter of Mr.' spent the sister Mrs. Maurice k-end at Ames. e Hildman Ricke went visit the Ricke, who " .They re- but is Froelich children measles last dinner guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer, Sumner, and a son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynch, Fairmont, the Jack Krebsbachs, Mr. and Mrs. David Lynch, Mrs. Whitford, Lone Rock, son John. Sunday dinner guests at Ted Green's were the Cecil Pingles and boys, the Alfred Millers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trenary, and the William Knoners. Mrs. Jack Lynch, daughter Jacqueline, and Mrs. Julius Seifert were callers at Lone Rock Saturday. Guests for Sunday dinner at Edw. Knoner's were Mr. and I Mrs. J. A. Barpar, Lakota. Mr. I and Mrs. Edw. Halvorson, of Alvira, and Marvel spent Saturday at Buffalo Center with Mrs. Milo Halvorson. Last Sunday dinner guests at Henry Selberg's were the Rev. and Mrs. ,E. P. Nuss. Mankato f visitors last week Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack, of Ledyard. • Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle spent last week Thursday at Mrs. Margaret Looft's, Swea City. Mrs. Looft, who had been in poor health, is now improving rapidly. The Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Nuss ~ attended, a Calvanistic conference \ at the Ramsey church near Titonka Tuesday night. The Rev. Calvin Schnucker is pastor.. Reports on the New Outlook Days program at Fort Dodge last week Thursday will be given next Sunday at the Methodist morning service Lawrence Flynn, who attends St. Thomas college, St. Paul spent the week-end at the parental William Flynn's. The freshmen and their sponsor, Jean Everhart, had a party at the schoolhouse Wednesday night. — ».-w» AIAU w . i. A AVACiJf . \~\Jl\J 11 til UU She is survived by her mother! day.—Adv. Attention! Piles Sufferers The McCleary Clinic, E301 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo., is putting out a new book, FREE, to anyone afflicted with Piles, Fistula, and othar rectal or colon troubles. Write them to- AVAILABLE TWO OFFICE SUITES Algona's Most Modern Office Building One 2-room Suite , One 4-room Suite Automatic heat from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. Insulated, weatherstripped, north and west Light. Janitor service If desired. Heavy traffic. Hutchison Building See T. C. Hutchison, Algona, Iowa Lb. SWIFT'S PREMIUM SHOULDER Lamb Steaks Lb 25c W~ .j&i #* SMALL TENDERED SMOKED WHOLE OR HALF Lb. SELECT FRESH PORK BRAINS .... SMOKED JOWL BACON SQUARES .. FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE RINDLESS SLICED BACON Chicken Silver HALIBUT and SALMON, n, Canadian NORTHERN PIKE i b Spiced o-jf- HERRING Swift Premium LAMB STEW ' Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. . o lh F* i*' 3 ,„ 7JC| „ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Berhow, is now working at the Lentsch cafe. The official board of .the Methodist church met Monday evening at the bank rooms. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were Mason City visitors last Thursday. - • The James Palmers, Sumner, spent the week-end at Jack Lynch's. \ i "SNAPF BACK TO HEALTH Studer Itfyra to Ma- fend she en- ..hester. She ^Mary's hos- jrimans have ^ ffrm, which " at^d Mrs, . The Wil- this year. ployed at a gona, and [ , works at <M«e most completely equipped Bath Hfouse in Excelsior Springs. « Minn., and Lake Park, nidts, Fort d visitor at had spent largaret EJ- service to Iowa at the City, f , *. -—^ in Excelsior Spripgg: Jn Excelsioit Springs with'direct elevator Bath Department. Room Rates: Single,>1.65 to |?.76. Double, $2.75 to $6.00 HOTEL SNAPP EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MISSOURI Just bn 8-Hour Ride From Algona n ~ &IWIS B. SMS, Mgr. Specials / THREE WONDERFUL SPECIAL BUYS Children's Oxfords and Straps Over 500 pairs of them. These are high grade footwear, 100 per cent leather, in gun metalj patent leather, brown and white. Should retail for $1.75 and worth it. Our price in this removal sale, $1.00 a pair. AH sizes, 8y 2 to 11 and 12 to 3. Men's Work Shoes Milwaukee King soft pliable barnyard uppers, welt soles, arch support, van tan msole which is sweat-proof and moisture resistant. This wonderful work shoe sold at $4.00 before war was declared. Our price during this sale only $2.98. Buy now for the duration., , Men's Oxfords Bran' new, right from the Weinburger factory. New brown in moccasin toe or custom ,tip last. Dress or sport wear. Leather or rubber* soles'. All Goodyear welts and beautifully tailored —our price $3.00 a pair. You save $1.00 to $1.50 on each pajr of these, Now located next door to Algona Bakery, Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN . 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