Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1942 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1942
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KOSSUTH COttNTTY ADVANCE, AliQONA. IOWA the Axis, Soldier Writes IMPROVEMENTS ON TWO FARMS MADE IN DOAN NEIGHBORHOOD in thl* war. We must put is powers .down, Otherwise ttens divllidn tervicc. jona t (UVinon ,oi;:ine icryi Doan, Mar. 18 — Carpenters hAve been busy on the farms of two Doan residents during the last few weeks. A three-room house is being built on the Leander Seefeld farm for his mother, Mrs. Laura Seefeld, now living at Algona, and Geo. L. Miller, of Algona, is doing the work. Robert Kain is adding a dining and a living room to his home, doing the work himself. Both families hope to complete the jobs before spring work starts. . Youih to Technical School— ! Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover visited the Harry I Seeleys, Whittemore, Sunday. The Seeley son Bert leaves this week Wednesday for Los Angeles, where he will enter an aerial industrial technical institute. The Seeleys formerly lived in Plum Creek. Bert was graduated last year from the Whittemore high school. came .v;' recently to ijhl!i: .father, the farm been em- y for , . the Heart- Mr. and gh;. is confined .... |aiier ; ;; a "recent t •of ^the-measles. His ittendirig school at IpelitS Saturday and •l**™™™™"''""""^""* 1 . ''•""••"•piT^T '' '- Rayrii6hd;^eldest';8on of Mrs. ""-^^^wlfStaples; -Minn., iucted into, the army '-" "* IliJackaon, He vi- School Director* Elected— Elected as directors of Doan schools for the coming year are: Wesley, Dist. No. 4, Fred Girres; No. 3, Ross Buffington; Buffalo Ind., No. 9, Ted Hoover, president; Gordon Hansen, and Clifford Ringsdorf, the latter a new member replacing Percy Brink. Other Doan News. . Dorothy Hauptman, Wesley, and John Arens, Charles City, spent Saturday afternoon at A. J. Martinek's. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Asa, Waterloo, son Charles were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Asa's. Mrs. Mary Kain, Plum Creek, entertained the Feme Drones, Algona, the Robert Kains, Doan, and the Dick Kains, Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wolf, Port- landers, spent Sunday afternoon 1 at Leander Seefeld's. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Haines, Algona.were Thursday guests at their daughter Mrs. Clifford Hoover's. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Krantz and Kenneth Krantz, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at Bryan Asa's, and the Ross Buf- fingtons and Ted Hoovers were at Ted Hoover's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mertz, and Nick Mertz, all of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Mertz home. The GUy Carlsons spent Sunday at A. E. Fausnaugh's, Algona. In the evening the Everet Pannkuks, Burt, visited the Carlsons. «• Wesleyans Called to Algona Bedside Wesley, Mar. 16—Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Haverly were called to Algona Friday evening by word of the serious illness of the latter's sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker, who had pneumonia and was at the Kossuth hospital. Another sister, Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson was called from Cedar Rapids, and arrived Saturday morning. Mrs. Matilda Jphnson, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Becker, was also sick last week. WHITTEMORE BABY SICK; PNEUMONIA Whittemore, Mar. 18—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Rolfe, was called.to Herman Voigt's here Monday becauce of. the ^serious illness of their small son William, who has a severe case of bronchial pneumonia. Little William, who has been with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Voigt, two months, was only two weeks old when brought here. Mrs. Johnson, his mother, had scarlet fever, and the Johnson home was quarantined. Then when the home was released from quarantine William's little sister Susan fell sick with the disease, and the Johnsons again Were: quarantined. They were, however, able to respond to the call Monday, as they were released Saturday from quarantine. Farewell for a Soldier— Former Irvington neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley gathered at the Seeley home Sunday evening for a farewell party in honor of the Seeley son Bert, who leaves for Los Angeles this week Wednesday to enter an aircraft school. There were 17 persons in attendance, and Bert was presented with a pen and pencil set. Card Club Ha* Party- Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh entertained the Trumpit club Thursday evening. Mrs. Peter Schumacher won the high prize, and Mrs. Leo Walters was second. Mrs. Peter Schumacher, Mrs. J. M. Fleming, and Mary Veil were club guests. Caliiornian Phone* Parenti— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt received a phone call from their son Harold, San Diego, Calif., Friday evening, congratulating them on their wedding anniversary that day. Harold is in Consolidated Aircraft Corporation employ. Attends a Convention— Frank W. Elbert attended a Well drillers' convention at Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday , and Thursday. The convention; was held at the Montrose hotel, 1 and more than 100 persons attended. Raymond Neu in Colorado— Whittemore relatives have had word that Raymond -Neu is in a medical detachment at Laury Field, Colo. He said he liked life , there. The buildings are all new. j Three Taking treatment- Mrs. Arthur Heideriwith, Mrs. Peter J. Fuchsen, and Herman Meyer left Tuesday morning for Marion, S. D., for treatment at the Tieszen clinic there. Other Whittemore News. Mr ; and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook were Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs.. Geo. H. Wessel, Burt. The G. L. Benschoters were at I George Olson's, Algona. Mrs. Herman Bode, Wesley, and her sons spent, the day with Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Philip Kohlhaas, of Algona, was a business caller here last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig, West Bend, were guests of old friends here Friday. The Erwin Bruhns, Depew, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert! Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Kollasch, Ayrshire, were Whittemore visitors "Friday, r and their daughter Loretta, attending Presentation academy, went home with them for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert. Mike Higgins, Mason City, was a business visitor here last Thursday. Mr. Higgins said his son Luke is taking a business course at the Hamilton school there. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bier* stedt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Penton, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Illif, of West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. P. L Stainbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker and Lloyd Walker. Alcotuu' ed the Arthur HeidenWithi day evening. HAMILL WATCH HEPAIHIHO AtBukw'i, AlgoiM J0ctbber;he;was mar- asf;EJfefc*jik;>s;v;,- : No. . -business Carl re- ac- Edw. M rs l>" g"u ; s"f' Schepprh^, "6'kabcna; jfi!J._-^i':il!ik*Mi;^^-;si^^jy jg st ^yfithjela- I ives. At Ghicagd recently"Mrs. Henry sA at ?ort Benjamin fi'Harriisbn, near iidianapalis. He said^heAwas hop- ng for a visitAhome .soon. ' TheimisiJionaryaaMciety will ,neet ;this week#Fjrid«yiwith Mrs. Sons S j»j!^||ranswered •'Mrs; Schichtl rfEnglish will IpiiuiiiiiiHiiniiiiniiiiHiiH^ I A11 I Dressed Up | and | No Place to Go? J of COURSE NOT! | Let's Dress Up and Go to | Church this Easter g Dress Up for Sure—* g The new Suit—or Coat—you buy for this Easter may serve you for several Easters, so get a good Suit—full of quality and handsome appearance. Get pleats if you like, vests for sure, and even two trousers—you are not limited — and prices are pleasant— 21 25 30 35 40 50 Made by- flfipmmH^i^ iVeekiWith.his'gTandmother, Mrs. siiii-iVteiiC-2l.il'iii'-.^i^i^i^At:^ , t -i n near Titt|has been is helping Farrow's, has blood- se,\the result . S. held g at Mrs. Sis'- wea City, 'with her us Ander- |riow office at Burt. JBead, Lyle, for two to Clarion Elsie Beck, uty " shop to Clarion ye a talk the jun- pupils. fchair. en at Jos. in honor Six tables Mrs. .were George sick five She had be up and suffered a !ba4 pleur- to bed. Dan- Elzo La day ise' and is, with week-tend. visited Sunday. at one in the factory Pacesetter • Michaels - Stern • Clothcraft • Kuppenheimer The Main Colors • Indian Brown • Strato Blue The Models • Single or Double Breasted. Natural Shoulders. SHIRTS •Arrow •Phillips - Jones 1.65 2.00 2.25 Ties by Arrow—Regal- "aire. HATS •Stetson •Capson 3.95 5.00 6.50 7.50 Buy a good hat and keep it good. You won't regret it. FOR YOU YOUNG FELLOWS We have a most complete selection of Sport Coats, Slax, Sport Shirts, aad furnishings. We kflQW whit you lite—we have young men to serre you, 8«e Zeader's Sport* Roand-Up now. »«? yw«, f •Crosby Square, 8.00 • Rodney Court, 5.00 w • J °h'» Million, $1 W« have all our new Spring Styles^-Brown is tops for color, ZENDER'S SURE TO GO TO CHINCH It Has to Be the Right One! It has to be the kind of coat you can wear everywhere . . . with distinction . . . the type of coat that goes equally well over a tailored suit-dress or a feminine dress that's 'out for the evening. Such coats are the pride of our wide selection . . . made up in quality fabrics, in sizes for women and misses. SWAGGER COAT with interesting detail at the collar. Long slim lines, deep roomy pockets. Unusual textured fabric in navy, black gold, beige, mid-blue. Sizes 12-40 BELTED COAT with huge welted breast pockets, softness above the waist. Sim-, pie neckline and full, gored skirt. Leather belt. Navy, mid-blue, black, beige. Sizes 12-20. TIE-FRONT COAT with long lapels and deep neckline. Interestingly pleated skirt with smooth hip line. Smooth finish fabric in navy, mid-blue, black, beige. Sizes 12-44. ( $19.95 See our largest selection of fine coats, sizes 10 to 52. A type for every figure, a coat for every purse, price range $9.95 to 34.50 Veiled & a-Bloom Easter BONNETS See our lovely hat selection, Hundreds of new models to choose from in black, navy, red, green, gold, violet pastels. Head sizes, 21i.o to 24, prices $1.49 «„ $5.95 Hats pictured are shown in group at $2.98 Children's Easter COATS Heelers in Heel Hugger Shoes. B e i ge elasticized kid with knit in arch for comfort. P e r f o r a ted for coolness. $4.50 Low heej pump of beige, Mexican kid, light, good.looking and comfortable. $4.50 Ladies' Floor, 1st Floor Children's coats in all sizes, colors, and quantities, the best you can get for the money, Bizes J to 3, 8 to 6, and 7 to 14—prices' $3.95 Plaid coat ta

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