Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1942 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1942
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PAGE SIX Fred Wills, of Union, 27 Years Wed _ . ... . ..... . . .._ ..-_„.^.. ,-- . • . . ,_.-• _...,_,.,-- - .-..'--. ;-f».i..J* ;->---•. • 'l .-... ^ -.....-.'=.-•- -^ i - • ' -.;-•FRIENDS GALL TO CELEBRATE THE OCCASION Union Twp., Mar. 18—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will were honorees Sunday when 54 relatives, neighbors, and other friends dropped in to congratulate them on their 27th wedding anniversary. The Wills started married life on the same farm where they now live, Mr. Will having built a new house there for his bride. The neighbors presented the couple with flowers and other gifts at the anniversary party. Out of town guests included Mrs. U. Uptagraft, Winnebago, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck, of Whittemore. Attended Whiitemore Shower— Mrs. Fred Will was an assisting hostess Saturday at a shower j for Mrs. William Gross (Fern i Neuman) at Mrs. Carl Eberfs, near Whittemore. Others there from Union were Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld and Mrs. Haas, the latter on the Troutman farm. Mrs. Austin Gardner, of Plum Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross, Austin. Minn., were also there. SOMETHING ALL CAN DO BY LICKING- ENOUGH DEFENSE STAMPS— tated. 'Some years ago he lost the other one. Mis wife, a sister of the deceased Nate and Amandus Studer, is helping to care for her husband. S«Ten to Garden School-Mrs. Alf Studer, Beatrice Hildman, Mrs. Esther Skow, Mrs. \ Guy Carlson, Mrs. Olaf Funne-1 mark, Mrs. August Studer, and Nell Frimml attended a home; project garden leaders' school at j the Algona high school auditor ium Friday. weeks ago homore Sophomore , M The sophomores had a claw party last- Thursday . They attended a show at Wester Robert and Carmen Sllbaugh entered the ttr.lic schopls i Monday morning. Robert Is in. the 8th grade; Carmen in the third. The family moved from Ralston last week into the Hildman house, and Mr. Silbaugh now operates the blacksmith shop here. Sunday dinner guests at L. L. Lease's were the M. T. R?es, For : Soldier's Wife it Here- Mrs. 'Bud' Hauptman recently visited the Leo Waldschmidts j and Jack Thissens, Fort Dodge,. and is at the parental Jack Hav- i erly's. 'Bud' is at an army camp in the state of Washington. Patient Brought Home— Mrs. Albert Kleinpeter, who was brought home from Mercy hospital, Mason City, last Thurs-! day, is reported much improved, j She had a major operation some ( Lease's were tne M. r. nyes, *ui- est City, and Ihe M. O. Halls, of Hanlontown. The women are sisters. The W. M. Huglins, Betty Lou, Buffalo Center, were at Albert Lickteig's, and the women are sisters. The John Arens family, of Charles City, were week-end guests of the parental, Edw. Hauptman's, and other Sunday dinner guests there were the Harry Bartons, Algona, Mrs. 'Bud' Hauptman, and Harold Martinek. Henry Sherman was one of a group of men from neighboring towns who recently visited Decatur, 111., and Detroit, Mich., to inspect soy .beftn piam it ft f>foftfi* similar plftni M thlr ,*A'->hiMM.. meeting tor . be held at MM next »ae*«*y.« son will b« on All women in th« township are urged to attend. . v- AgftM, daughter of Mr, jirtd Mrs. Carl Johnson, returned Sun(day to Des Moities, where she at* tends the A. I. B. ^Slu; came 'home last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of a cousin at Corwith. Edw. Cink and Kenneth and Dennis Haveriy have returned from Dundee, 111., where they visited the Clarence Haverlys and attended a disposal stock sale on the farm Clarence operates. Some Wesleyans attended a recent meeting of a Hutchlns Bible study class at the E. J. Titus home, Britt Mrs, E. M. Paulson, Wesley, conducted the, lesson. j Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney en-1 tertained Mr. and Mrs. J. M., •••"• — -'.—.'.'.• ii^^jj^^m Kunz, Mr, and Mrs. Lad Hoot, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon at 6:30 dinnef list Thursday. . IMf.'4hd Mrs. Sam Ai*m ., Tin? Dinner for Chicago Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey entertained at 6:30 dinner Monday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Chicago, who are here, visiting. Mrs. Smith is ai sister of Doctor Fox. Other guests i were Doctor Fox, his housekeep-1 er, Mrs. Padgett, her son, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs.JJ. F. Rice, Algona. Ward Winkie Recovering Ward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkie, has been sick during the last several months, but is now greatly improved and able to be up and around tne house. Another son, Sayre, attending college at Ames,' is expected this week to help his father with spring work. Mrs. Gisch Has Operation John Gisch returned Sunday from last week with his mother Mrs. Lawrence Gisch. who had a goiter operation at Rochester last • week Wednesday. The operation was serious, and she had to be placed under an oxygen tent, but she is improving now. :o^ vK.A.D«BiMfUtocaoourMa>al4iHMil(Tu) SttlMtM*. Mrs. Quentm Bjustrom, will be: Ernest will work in a similar a beginner for the spring term at plant. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. T° o1 . ln Dist> No - 5 - I Neuhring are now at Omaha, and The Louis Bodes were Sunday;Art is employed at a Glen-Mar- dinner guests at Clair Winkle's, i tin plant. near Titonka, and Ruth Heerdt j accompanied them. | H. S. Pupils lo Tournament- Mrs. Anna Rpssing^ Humboldt, j A group of high school basket~ " " ball players and teachers attend. ed the girls' state tournament at I Des Moines Saturday. They were ;Mae and Julia Studer, Donnabelle Haynes, Verla Johnson, Carmel Lickteig, Sylvia Ann Gerdes, Delores Sherman, Coach Elmer Johnson, Dale Macintosh, Jean Ketchen, and Supt. Page. Second Leg is Amputated— Emma Studer received word early in the week that her uncle, Frank Immerfall, 70, St. Cloud, Minn., had had one leg ampu- and her daughters Esther and Olive were callers Sunday at F. S. Thompson's. SURPRISE FOR WESLEY GIRL; HER BIRTHDAY Didriksens Make Improvements- Mr, and Mrs. Soren Didrik.sen are remodeling their farm home on the former Gould farm by building-in cupboards, making a double opening between two north rooms, and having the porch — " • • in. ; Wesley, Mar. 18 —Rita, eldest 1 daughter of J. P. Studer, was , honoree at a surprise birthday : party Sunday evening at her aunt Emma Studer's. She was ! = 18 Saturday. The evening was I =: spent at games, cards, and lunch. ' ss Many gifts were presented. Mrs. ' S Ray Wingert baked a birthday IS cake. Attending: Mrs. Law-1 3 rence Wingert,. Cecelia and Ei- ! ~ leen Wingert, Mrs. Mike Wingert, I = Panama, Mrs. Lou Wingert, Mrs. j == Ray Wingert, Theresa and Marjorie Lickteig, Rita Loebig, Patty Keep 'em Flying" BOYS—Ask us how to get the airplane we are going to give away March 28. New Comet and Megow's Planes—Ship and Racer Models 5c to $1.95 Gas Models $3.50 to $5.95 Be on deck at Becker's Sporting Goods Store f.jwjr."Tgnu••;, tnra. s?ain «me catne home Siindiy irdm a few dX! With th« littet's mother, Mr, Ann* 8«wef**lke, and her sister Mrs. Silas ttffp, Story City. ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kirschbaum Mr, and Mrs,/ Harry Melenev and Eugene Kirschbaum, Mason City* Were Sunday guests at Ollie Kirschbaum's. Mrs. Mike Wingert came last week Wednesday from Panama and is now at her husband's parental Lawrence Wingert's. Otto Goetz left Saturday night for Lostant, 111., where ho will be employed on a farm by his brothers Emll and Barney. William Klein arrived one day last week from his home at Fairhope, Ala. He came to look after, land interests here. Dorothy Smith, Buffalo Center, spent the week-end at her sister Mrs. Albert Lickteig's and Ignatius Eisenbacher's. j Ruth Carman, of Mason City i spent the week-end at the par-' , Vf> rncil pt c ; r °, Sun <t 1 week at T wV' WealeyfJi ftliff >;rpV*fi¥i; PMm t, Wc slcy v ? Unn ^rkSih| where S h7l «-E "~M$ Lilllt «S Shn i." ti-fttl . IS had ! u ^I*5i! tourna •«vy l,i ( ,«.,'iTTJ^i'?-J am eni 8! &nte*!i on the east side glassed- i and Mary Lee Erdman. Glove Ignites, Hand Burned John Sheir, who stays at the N. J. Krieps home, had a mishap Friday, when a cotton glove he was wearing became ignited from a fire he was tending, and before he could remove it his hand had been badly burned. Shower for Cresco Girl Mrs. Nick Krieps, daughters Martha, Mrs. Rudolph Will, and the latter's daughters Alice and Martha attended a shower for Gertrude Peter Sunday at her mother's southwest of Algona in Cresco township. Birthday Dinner is Given Mr. and Mr.?. Rudolph Will were Sunday dinner guests at Walter Johnson's, Algona. It was a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Johnson's mother Mrs. Schenck's anniversary. Other Union Xews. Mrs. Mame Winkel and Mrs. Robert Loss, with other members' of their circle of St. Cecelia's Guild, helped serve a banauet Monday evening at the public high school building for the Chamber of Commerce. Janice, daughter of Mr. and H. P. Engens Here Again— Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen moved Saturday from Swea City to I the Harry Mathas house here. They are parents of Paul Engen, local buttermaker, and were Wesley residents eight years ago, when the elder Mr. Engen was — local buttermaker following Vig- I S go Kiilsholm. Mr. and Mrs. ~ Mathas have moved to a farm near Riceville which ,they purchased lately. Card Club Has Meeting— Mrs. Albert Gerard and Mrs. George Kemper entertained their | 500 club and the husbands Sunday night at the Girard home. Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Edw. Eisenbacher won high, and Mrs. Lou Gouge and Clarence Nelson were low. Mrs. Ignatius Eisenbacher and Mrs. Clarence Nelson will entertain the group Sunday evening, March 29, at the Eisenbacher home. Ordnance Worker Jo Omaha Ernest Sheets, who had been employed at a Glen Martin ordnance plant, Baltimore, Md., spent last week with his family at the Reno hotel. He and his family planned to leave sometime this week for Omaha, where New Arrivals in Spring FASHIONS One's Fancy Tarns To Hats '.::, 1.98 MAKES /I ^ BETTER JQJJ Coast-to-Coast Store PAINT IS BETTER < It goes further and lasts longer interior Gloss, quart _ jq r v at ^t* 1 !, ?, aint ' quart " -------- -69c Varnish, 4-Hour Dry __ __ QQ C 4-Hour Dry Enamel, pint __ 49 C Egg Shell Gloss Paint, quart _ _ 89c S/ « £ nan ! el Paint ' * allon _____ $2.89 Wall Size, box _____________ 25 C Soilax, box _____ OB Dic-A-Doo " "" " """"" " STORES Crisp Ifew Blouses 1.29 You'll wear blouses because this is a suit season. Besides that, you'll wear them with slacks, sk i r t s and jumpers. Plain tailored and frilly styles. Sizes 32 to 38 larger - Smarter Handbags 1.29 1.98 Patents - Calf - Fabric Every one of these bags .is exceptionally well made and fashionably styled for such moderate prices. Lustrous rayon linings, newest colors! Gored* Flared- Pleated- Models. Fancy Plaid Plain Flannel Skirts 1 -98 2.98 With the right blouse, they complete a smart spring costume. They're tailored for grace and flattery in soft pastels, navy and black. Sizes 32 -0 38. Enchantingly new and lovely for spring. Novelty braids, in off-the-face berets, bonnets, turbans, and pompadours, with flattering veils, feathers and ribbon trim. 2.98 Becoming Fashions in New Sport and Casual COATS 10 95 Others at 12.95 to 19.96 Choice of casual and "soft" dress coats, with assurance of fine tailoring! Coats you'll wear endlessly . .Fine twills and wool crepes! Shetland fleeces, tweeds and Herl ringbones. Unusually becoming details •Boxy Styles . Belted Styles .Wraprounds .Fitted Styles . Reefers and Dress Maker Styles New for Spring Dressy Frocks or Jacket Dresses 5.95 Classic Stitched Others at 8.95 Bright prints—so refreshing un — Fabric Gloves White and Colors § 79c $1.00 Department Stores a^^ YOUR TODAY «nd SATURDAY, MAKCH 20 rad 21 What People Say... More folks are talking about Council Oak . , Thev tell their friends why they like the Council Oak Everybody likes to select foods for the home table in sanitary, friendly stores thai have a merited for low prices and "Dependable" Quality. "It'» Safe to Save at Council Oak" BEEF ROASTS I Tender and Juicy. Cut from I well covered, corn fed beef 19c I Per Pound, |25c and ., = "'. Large Club Skinless Frankfurters 23c '^"•^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^I^HM^^^^^^^'T. FRESH BEEF HEARTS P ound snsion ^fiSMi Ticdiop "§JVictc 5c 16c magaz Council Oak, Coffee Exchange the empty bags (or 22 carat fold pattern dishes. Pound.. 29c Lb. 84c Bobb-Ross PANCAKE FLOUR Family Bag .., 21c Robb-Ross Cane and Maple SYRUP 30-ox., 30c, J7 14-01. Cruet . 11 C ular or t^^rjft Packed i?d forj glass. ~ 'V,"; ''•"'. Potuiin.- 2 Jar ,,.* at M l«oi Satu GERBER'S Baby Foods Junior and Strained, a cans ..... ., - 15c COOKIES Frenh Baked Chocolate MarahmaUow. .19c Per Pound Assorted JELLY BEANS 2 LI*. for I • SUPERB MIXED VEGETABLES, 2 25c Ma iUll GOLDEN CORN 82WS?, Evaporated Apricots 23c No. 303 Cans ... Pound Sun-Sweet PRUNES Gold Foil 4 i- 1 lb. box.. 13C .1! t •* Morning Light BARTLETT PE Large No. 21/2 Can B & M OVEN BAKED BEANS, 28 % CHICKEN SHACK DINNER Sunkirt Navel Oran PM . it, Doz. .. .29c Bunch .. .6c '•- • *SEED POTATOES •••••—^. **"•' GUEST IVORY <J Cans ~PU1 vMaMv ja!S\ Per ., Pake 5e IVORY FLAKES *ft , 9c 21c m. ' • "^^^f^^BHmiimm Nancy Ann Bread KIRK'S Hard WM«r CASTILE 5c Per Cake Pfcf- Algona Cre Butter lb and Blue

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