Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1942 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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WIC r ; WOjr<'/'UAC,>t^fAlcBO';vW^,u&fV^' "• ™^altoi^C#brideiwinow :was printed. ;,IjVadfhever e. <rt^an^'^iaii^T3i^^(y^u 12. 13''''' I -^^"y^^*%TP*%'4 ," le. pictures-;wereftakerpy^ A« 33 *»* • n ^ > * s P a P e ? °**?9^ ^i? nk ! e linotype?vlt'twai/nfce; of let us havefsoinej Jead le slugs like iihfc^line.] 's you.very,.™... ,. _ for nwnyfye^~ v ny years -been; Advance to f your newspapen of- re. ry mucp. ; 4. navjB,,mways 35^ to, go to .place where . are? printed ./X-liketfl to :• Olthe, lr—'—^A^«-5BS5r- 'fc* 1 A ithat^ Jtojw. •'to In Mr. and Mrt. Walter Theesfeld, Potomac, 111., are parents of a Son, bom Friday. Mrs. Theesfeld, the former Lucille Strayer, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer, Algona. . Mrs. Harlan Frankl and her infant daughter Diane Maria will be released from the Kossuth hospital today. Diane, first child of the Frankls, was born March 9. Mrs. Frankl is the former Jearibtte Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eich, Ernest Thompson, and Maxine Da- Vis, all of Spencer, were Sunday dinner guests at H. T. Bunkofske's. Mrs. Eich is a sister of Mrs. Bunkofske. Mr. Eich is employed in an electrical shop, and Mr. Buhkofske operates a barber shop. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson attended the wedding of the latter's niece, Evelyn Capener, at Ruthven to Dale Freeberg, Spencer, Sunday. The couple will live at Spencer. Eloa Johnson, another niece of Mrs. Olson who is office girl for Doctor Olson, was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid, with the son Allen, spent Saturday at Lakota with Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lewis Sr. and Mrs. Reid's sister, Mrs. Fred Schroeder, whose husband is a rural mail carrier in Lakota. Mr. Reid is in insurance employ here. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson, Eldora, spent the week-end at the letter's brother R. G. Richardson's. The Johnsons are former longtime Algonians who moved to Eldora when Mr. Johnson accepted a place as head of the state boys' industrial school shoe shop there a year or so ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grooters, former Algonian, had for the last yedr or two conducted a restaurant in a small frame building on a sidestreet at Eagle Grove, but now they have-much better quarters in part of a brick gas station. The news appeared in an Eagle Grove dispatch in Tuesday's Fort Dodge Messenger. Mrs. Charles Bennett. Amboy, Minn., sons Edward and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Armer Lemkee, of Iryington, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Meurer, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman. Mrs. Bonnett and Mr. Lemkee, farmers, are sister and brother of Mrs. Aman. Mr. Meurer operates a harness shop. ' Pearl .Waiker will leave tomorrow (Friday) for Washington, D. C., where she has accepted a civil service position/She had been office nurse for Dr. S. W. Meyer and after Dr. H. D. Meyer came here from Lu Verne she was office nurse for both. She has been replaced by Verabel Ulfers, who trained at the General hospital. Lucille Black. Eloise Hbaglund, and Marguerite Dahlhauser have moved into one of the new Geo. L. Miller apartments on North Phillips. There are seven apartments. Miss Black is s stenographer for the Blossom insurance agency, Miss Hoaglund for the Druggist Mutual, and Miss Dahlhauser is treasurer at the AAA office. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall entertained their daughter Catherine and her husband, J. W. Griffith,. Des Moines, Sunday. Mr. Griffith, a transportation expert, leaves for the army next Monday. Charles Osier, of Laurens, brother-in-law "of 'the- McCalls, was also here Sunday. Charles, who is still in produce employ, is an oldtime Algonian. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Dewel, .of Evanston, 111., are this week attending a dental congress at New Orleans, .and oh the way home will stop at Hot Springs, Ark., to see the former's brother Gordon, of a Camp Robinson,'Ark., army hospital unit, who is at presenl attending a first aid dental school at the Hot Springs army and navy general hospital. Shirley Stephenson, whose father is in city employ, has been at the county superintendent's office this week, making out charts for the annual every-pupil tests in basic skill. Nine hundred Kossuth pupils took the tests, and Shirley makes two charts each, one for the county superintend- 1941 A. H. S. graduate: Later: Bulie Orton is now helping Shu-ley. Don P. Dewel, serving in the navy on an Atlantic coast ship, had occasion the other day to remark that "it's a small world,' One of his shipmates, he discovered, is a brother of Roy Bertie, former Advance employe who has for the last several years worked in a Mason City printing shop. Roy's wife is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry here. Frank V«ta, of the East End suburban grocery, reported Monday that after last week's Advance mention at least 500 "kids" stormed his display window to see the colored rabbits. There are eight more of them now, 13 altogether, and they bear all the colors of the rainbow. Frank bought the entire young stock of Roy McVay, who lives near the Fisher bridge south of town. Chester C. Call, Kansas City, was here over Sunday night and part of Monday. He called on his sister, Mrs. Archie Hutchison, and expected to be a supper guest of another sister, Mrs Gardner Cowles, Des Moines. For many years Mr. Call, who still owns the James drug and Shilts shoe s^ore buildings here, has been in the life insurance business. He has never married. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, a son, and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnson, all of Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson and Mrs. M. C. Yeoman here. Carl, who is a brother of Glenn and Mrs. Yeoman, is employed at the Emmetsburg Sweet Shop. The D. L. Johnsons are the parents of Glenn and Mrs Yeoman, and Mr. Johnson is bookkeeper for a sales pavilion. The A. E. and,Harold Claytons, or Cresco township, were at Charles City Sunday, guqsts of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stiles. Mrs. Stiles is the former Rachel Clayton, daughter of A. E., and her husband is a son of the late Vaughn Stiles and Mrs. Alta Potter Stiles, Charles City. This was a farewell visit as far as Robert was concerned, for he had been drafted for the army. Robert was, an employe of the Charles City creamery. Mr. and. Mrs. Kenneth Muench left for home at Idaho Falls, Ida. Monday, after a few days with the former's sister, Mrs. Vernon sons, and Mr. Harvey's mother, who had spent the week here with her sister, Mrs. Thompson, went to Sioux Center with the Harveys for a few days before returning to Algona, when Mrs. Thompson will take her to her home at Ankeny. Mr. Harvey is coach in the Sioux Center Mrs. Thompson will schools. Lovely. TJie Lovelys and the Muenches were Sunday dinner guests of the E. H. Germers at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Germer are parents of Mr. Muench and Mrs. Lovely. Mr. Muench, who is in Gamble employ, will be inducted into the army next month. Mr. Germer is in Colonial Furness employ. Mrs. M. J. Streit and her son Michael spent the week-end at Emmetsburg with Mrs. Streit's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan, in the absence of the letter's daughter, Mrs. Milton W. H. Morling, who had gone to Fort Warren, Cheyenne, Wyo., for a brief visit j with her husband. Mrs. Morling is the former Lorraine Coonan, who was married during the holiday season, shortly after which her husband was inducted into the army, and she has since been with her mother. Samuel Weaver, longtime Led- yarder, called on the Advance Saturday to have his address . _-_ „ changed to Buffalo Center, his I ™m. Harriet is the daughter of old home town. His wife, whom ™ r - and Mrs - Harry Keith here. he lost recently, was a daughter j S 0116 ^ 6 , nT <; w f, j , s sent out by the of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "" r " '""'' " S t ei n b e r g, Ledyarders. The Weavers, who also farmer near Ledyard, had five children, but only one is still with Mr. Weaver. The latter does not yet know what activity he will undertake at Buffalo Center. When he was here Saturday he was en route to Fort Dodge to visit one of the children. spend the week following the Ankeny trip with her son E. A., Humeston, agricultural teacher there, and her brother, Merlin Allan, Bloomfield, an FSA em- ploye. Harriet Keith, freshman at Morningside college, Sioux City, is a member of the college band, which is on its annual tour this week. Concerts are being given at Moville, Correctionville, Ida Grove, Odebolt, Lake View, Auburn, Carroll, Manilla, Manning, Exira, Atlantic, Oakland, Avoca, Harlan, and Missouri Valley. The home concert will be given next Tuesday at the college auditor- Robert Thompson, student at Iowa State college, is expected home today for a brief visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson. Another son, Ever- player, ett, in the navy, recently completed training at Brooklyn, N. Y., and I received second-class training. Everett, who has been in poor health since January 1, had spent much of his time lately in a Brooklyn hospital, but is now in a Newport, R. I., hospital. The doctors do not seem to know what is the matter with him. His father is in Pioneer employ here. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harvey, Sioux Center, were Sunday dinner guests of tha H. M. Thomp- Rev. V. V. Schuldt, college director of public relations, son-in- law of the Rev. C. V. Hulse, former Methodist pastor here. Frank Clark, of the Titonka Topic, who was an Algona business visitor Saturday, reported that his second son 'Bill' was returning to the navy. He is an Annapolis graduate, but had been out of the service since shortly after graduation and had been in responsible General Motors employ. In his academy days he earned a reputation as a football Tlmrs.-Fri., March 19-20 H1IV OH ABU VICTOI MATUM CftBQji IANOIS March of Time No. 8 Sat, .Mar. 21, Big 3- Way Double Feature Show " TAKES TO THE TALL TIMBER! CHM oltag with "Hoppy"... ; ffc»tWiH-«im«ofyflurlifeti««! Designed Tailored Il»x Coat LIGHT AS A I EATIIEIl WA1IM AS TOAST Second Feature Juniors and Misses choose your color from bold ones or paelele. It's the coat with the new fitted back you'll wear everywhere and enjoy. It's beautifully lined in a rich Skinner lining Cnristensen's "Algona'* Style Center" He is married and has Thursday, Fri., Saturday MARCH 19-20-21 t/2 COSTUME ENSEMBLES $19.75 Wool jackets that are teminine above all,' gently detailed, softly flattering, over simple pastel prints. SIZES 12, to 40. LEFT: STYLE 114 ' RIGHT: STYLE. 1O7 CHRISTENSEN'S "Algona's Style Center" Second Feature HUGH HERBERT Plus Serial SUN.-MON., MARCH 22-23 Second Feature TUES., WEB., MAB. 24-25 Extended Bun •URTHA HAVE KSSBSffi ESMS 30CONGESGOS Free Pass Tickets from KING OF ZOMBIE, MIDNIGHT SHOW can be exchanged Friday, March 20 by paying Federal Tax of 4c. "MABCH OF TIME W —NEW SATURDAY MIBMTE, MABCH 21 SDNDA¥-MONDAY,.MAECH 22-28 AT LAST ITS ON THE SCREiN! No, for the entire family I •umriu MYI HU«H HERWRT MISCHA AMIR MNS FRAZiE ROSiRTPAI0i , MARCH . sfeow from ' KAY KAYSEK iu / two children. Of late he had been stationed at Janesville, Wis., where Dr. E. C. Hartman, former Algonian, practices ' in a cliriic. 'Bill's' parents were there last week Sundry to bid him farewell, and incidentally they rehewed. acquaintance with the HOOD'S I Hartmans. Durihg Bill's 1 ..„»« service his family will be with his wife's parents at Philadelphia. Store #fe SALAD DRESSING Mary Stevens Qua L STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 1-1D. jar SHOESTRING"BEETS 9 No. Z can £ PEAS, IGA Early June 9 No. 2 can__ £ CORN FLAKES, Sinrich Q Large boxes ^ CREAM CEREAL, Sunricii 28-oz. box OATMEAL, Quick or Riiular Large box ** MACARONI, Carol Q 8-oz. boxes ^ SPAGHETTI, Carol Q 8-oz. boxes ^ SEMI SW'ET CHOC. GEMS 9 7-oz. boxes p _ £ for for for for 31 c WHEATIES 10c 21 c AEROWAX,,,25c " c CUM ALINE. 19c HI BABO lOc 13c 17c 12c REACHES 53c Carnation tall can MILK No. 10 cans I for No. 10 for 21 c PRUNES TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 15c DICED OR 46-oz. tins, each SHOESTRING CARROTS ;:. 3 ^ 25c No. 2 cans E. Z. BLEACH uart bottl lOc Quart bottle FRESH COOKIES Five kinds to choose from. Ibs.. MARY STEVENS COCOA l-lb. box VANILLA EXTRACT 8-oz. bottle LIFEBUOY SOAP PALMOLIVE SOAP . ars tars E.Z. Kreem SHORTENING 3-lb. can MATCHES, IGA | Best orade V boxes SODA CRACKERS 2-lb. box GRAHAM CRACKERS 2-lb. box RED ROOSTER COFFEE 3-lb. bag RED ROOSTER COFFEE l-lb. bacy 1 Q1^ ^^^^C*CT C* t * 1 i lofv. vA^rrtiL, highest gract CLEANSING^TISSUE Box of 500 e^ch TOILET TISSUE Large box BISQUICK 10-oz. Carol 12c lOc 20c AMMONIA CUw Lewis LYE 3 CLOROX ^ cans No. 10 APRICOTS 49c Round boxes SALT. l-lb. box Gloss 19c 19c BLEACH 2 each for Sno White 46 TOM A TO JUICE II BROWN SUGAR £°: 1 Sell 3 Ibs.. BUTTERNUT COFFEE CLOTHES PINS Box of 40 ORANGES, med. size 2 doz. 35c CARROTS, Irg. bunch leach 5c ORANGES, Irg. size &oz. 29c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT __10 ifrge 29c LETTUCE, large heads ifor 17c — 9 — —™ ^^ -^ ••«^W»^«W •.«•_»_ ft COBBLER POTATOES, 15-lb. QUALITY MEATS SMALL WIENERS . .. . . J 21 c KRAFT CHEESE . PURE GROUND BEEF... 2,L29c BEEF SHORT RIBS.... .J 31/20 BEEF CHUCK ROAST .... |,21c SLICED BACON TID BITS BACON SQUARES.. ...L13C 26c tfiJL LUNCHEON MEAT '*_" PORK CHOPS OR END ROAST BULK LARD ... , 2 , 2-lfa. box COCOA e. c ,,17c Carol Salad DRESSING «. 27c pk, 35C ^quality No. 2 can PEAS 2 for 22c Baking SODA £ k age Zfor 39C 4 cans Gerber's BABY FOOD 25c 2 1-b. cans MACKEREL 23c Oil SARDINES J 8 25c No. 2 cans Whole Kernel CORN 2, r 21c IGA Cake FLOUR Pfc?> Ltg. package >Cocoa Wheat or DWARFIES 22c •A. Store w jw Prices ' • • Prket in thi. Ad are "Good Everyday of the Week Vlfl

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