Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1942 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1942
Page 10
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KO&StfTH COUNTY ADVANCE, At/}ONA,IOWA Roman Banquet ai H. S,— A Roman setting from food to costume was presented at the annual high school Latin banquet Tuesday evening in the school's home economics room. event was sponsored by e y the second year Latin class, and first-year class members were guests. Other guests were Principal and Mrs. John McDowell Minnie J. Coate, Latin teacher Joy of Oil and Steel, was given by Laura Raney, and a book review on The World Does Move, by Doris Keith. The next meeting will be held April 1 at Clara Gilbride's, Evelyn Jenkins assisting. Neighborhood Farewell*-* Fourteen neighbors took Mrs. Henry Johannsen by surprise at ! a farewell neighborhood party! last week Wednesday at herj home. The guests brought lunch.! The Johannsens are not leaving town, but have sold their home to M. G. Norton, and are moving BRIDE years, Alvena ...,, i>=i , Powers, present Latin for and . teacher. The " gods and with perfume, dressed in Roman cos'tume, the girls wore sandals, Dewey Skilling, toastmaster, summoned the servants (wait- Mr, and Mrs. Cronin are now living at 701-S. 22nd st., Fort Smith. Woman's Club Program— The March meeting of the Al- ^ *«• ". »unuji, aim me moving gona Woman's club was held atito a new home on North Church. ' iVl " library Friday afternoon,! Mr. Norton will rent the house • AflfG f'irlno** T f» iv*«3 f*i+f,l _..£_.. I «rt*»» nsim ml A*3 !*._ Al_ _ T — l- -.. ! the with Mrs. Cidney Laird, first vice president, presiding in the absence of Mrs. Minnie Long, president. There were 70 members 'and guests present. now occupied by the Johannsens.! Naomi Circle Tomorrow— Mrs. Tom Dailey will be host, , j-.v-wv...,,. ess to the,Naomi Circle Friday 1. Laird turned the meeting afternoon at her home. Assisting over to Mrs. Campbell Humph- i hostesses will be Mesdames A. . rey, program chairman for the I W. Behrends, Sarah Douglas, and I i month, and .Mrs. Humphrey, | Emma Roupe, also Mamie Dur-1 , guardian of the WeTo-Ma-Chick yea. Members are to take pic-' campfire group of girls, present- i tures for a scrap book. Roll call , - . ed them in a patriotic number. will be answered with jokes, entitled Sing America. Mrs. T.' — , „,.„ J _, c . I Neighbors Give Farewell— Zeigler soloist, with Mere-!. Mrs - Robert Richardson was at her home once a month to train all d Blue Room of the Algona hotel B. Wheeleek will give the tenon- Tuesday for a one o'clock lunch- Mrs. P. ft. ttaldernaii and Mm. -Jw eon. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of A. Clark are hostesses. Whittemore, gave a review of Mrs. Barney Caster entertained Dragon Seed, by Pearl Buck. the IWmble tlub Monday. • Mte . . . r^-T 4 J. O. McDowell entertiiined the Surpriw foe Mfi. Poet- . C. S. I). W. K«ittln« club of 14 Mrs. Elsie Cady and her daugh- members fuesday. Opal Meyef ter Evelyn entertained at A suf- entertained her Sewing club >rise birthday potluck luncheon jTuesdhy evening. Wednesday honoring Mrs. Hugh Mrs. Malbert Long ehtertaiHea • Post's birthday. |j iei . dinner bridge club at 6:30 >y refreshments; MMMM.'»«>»««« dinner Saturday evening. Hiefel ' CMy Supt. and Mrs. c. U OTHER SOCIETY. are eight members, and prizes in | lard will enteftahi their •' Mrs. Edw. D. Sheehan enter- defense stamps were awarded to pie" club Sunday even In e IMArl tl+* tt*i*JH*\Hfi Ati*U T^lnn^ I HjT«.« f-l *t T1«.1. K « .**».! tl^MMMtt.^ *K«*AA tf^UtMA -.^ t_!-j • . .!?' ained the Bridgette club Tues- Mrs. C. H. Becker and Bernard iyal Neighbors will fe...ifid new npron -,, SlJiujfaay^ln tho P McCor- cast '*"T~ """^i*"** *" °n«" ti, tt^wSffffib 1 :?^ "-*—— tftetnoon. There day. Mrs. Clarence Corwith, won high, Gallaway, Carter. and Mrs. | The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet ''THIS IS SHIRLEY Vinxjo. daughter of MM. Howard Vinson and granddaughier of for mer county recorder Mr*. Agnes banquet, an old J and there was nn ^iivprTt/aro «« : T\T_ in~i -^', — * '• '^ ., . - - - — * --.,.-..„• — u _ the table, another Ron^an cu, Ln h ' el P ? terson . S^e a talk ; Friday given by a group of.M Laidley. all of Algona. Last *— Everyone had fr^f«P f£!"! ?^ er experiences in Honolulu neighbors. The Richardsons are week Wednesday SUrler wai veryone had to use fin- \ at the time of the attack on Pearl ; leaving the East Oak neighbor- married to Merto Pratt Ion of i xl2rt)OI*. rmnrt t rt f\f+fttr\** tK A 7nm.A *j»..i A _ . ** m. « *» •&.. * ^ torn. gers. The menu and the program contained R±4n an H^ he menu Methodist Women to Meet- sakd nork Zn dlshes - P^ri The Methodist Woman's Soci- poppy seed rS'nT' beafns ' et .y of Christian Service circles cup ? filled w[fh fr, ", r pastr ^ wil1 meet this afternoon with the raTshS'^'rpV^/il 1 ^^ gJ|^V hostesses: Mrs. E. A. -; Gennch's circle with Mrs. D. A. radishes. The"meal ' by the second --—•*««JX,iJ V,l«. Miss Lutes. , , , ° * vfc*« «*w«^uwv* - •«««&&«*«rv« MV f**vxm rftUl* Mm OX hood to occupy the Janse duplex i Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt also °? u ou ^ ^, arlan recently vacat- j all of Algona. Merle, an employe ed by the Casey Losses, now on • of the Prail Electric Co- expect* . P.rli,.^ , , , 0 ^ cal]ed to ^ y s JJ^ j forces soon, and his wife {continue as reporter for the Chicago,, per Dec Moines. Cut courtesy foursome Register and Tribune. a Portland farm. Foursome at Bridge— Lyle Mathes was low. Mrs. Gal- for 6:30 dinner 'next Tuesday laway and Mrs. P. E. Walley, of evening at Arlo's Grill, and a Corwith, were .our of town club program will be in charge of guests. Adah Carlson, Lulu Huenhold The Baptist missionary society Samsoh, and Stella Mae Breen. will meet this afternoon at 2:30 The Baptist Sunday school at the church. Mrs. John Jordan council met Tuesday -venini.' at will lead devotions, and Mrs. J.I John Jordan's. The council meets thfee tables of bridge will bo play., Mrs. Dale Sim her bridge club __ QJ two tables wil be in play. Pn !n entertained at . a | ter - dinn er program con- on The Take Funeral, Clement's I Tuesday evening at her mother j K if'S&ISS. A^ ni ^ nf &^ d ff««?|£. Algona,. and Johan Olson, of Benefits o Latin Miss and a Mrs. A. E. Michel: MrT R. "w | Cit>-; Mrs'. RW,ard Co^uTlSd Andersons circle with Mrs. An- Mrs. Craig Smith. Aleona. Mrs aerson; Mrs. E._J. Hermanson's Cowan won high, and Mrs Krogh won guest prize. . _....- Gertrude Peter lo Wed— circle with Mrs. G. i The wedding of Gertrude Pet- ss n » -u , a CTOUD of P"^ ''M clrcdle ^^ M ". G. i The wedding of Gertrude Pet- ==— - Townsend Club Has The Townsend chie Legion hall Tuesday evening. In C. Irelan's circle with Mrs. S.' !.=. j W. Meyer; and Mrs. T. C. Hutch! ison's circle with ~ ris. Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, the Rev. P. J. Braner,. pastor, officiating. The attendance of the public is invited. New" Book Reriewed— The Delphian club met in the treasurer, it.,,. -- >•"•. reported -- ot S15 worth of defence stamps on Bean Soup day In the last two weeks a number of local club members have Participated in a "Good Neigh! Fort EH Cy b 'T , Vi£itin g the tvi-o Rn?v, I 6 dubs and clubs at. Ruthven, Forest City, Lake Mills Lakota, and Whittemore .' In the program Mrs i' dendorf gave a reading Patrick s day The club awarded to Mrs. Genevieve" Jergenson. lufrh 10 !"^ the business sessi °n, w2ririina» S SerV6d ' 3nd " Irish S^"! ?; a , s Presented under for S. S. Classes— The Methodist Home Builders S. S. class had 7 o'clock dinner last evening at the church. This was a White Elephant party The Rev. H. M. Burns led preceding devotionals. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg : and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hockey | The Methodist Centenary S S ; class met for a similar dinner Tuesday evening, all at the church. Devotionals were led program was presented in keeping with St. Patrick's day. Mr and Mrs. L. J. Malueg were host and hostess. . • *-*tu.jr iitara (Jin^r musical selections were a Is". 17" -', a _ s Aann punced that the! Creek Club .. The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met at the community center yesterday, "" members present, and " at the hall with a penny supper served at 5:30. The public is invited to attend. Gen-evieve Olson Married denevieve, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Olson, Britt, and *Vrf v£i'i S ° n Of Mr - and Mrs. I Fred Willrett, near Algona, were I married last Thursday evening' at the Trinity Lutheran parson- i age here. The Rev. P. J. Braner • performed a single-ring cere-! The bride was attired in a i dusty-rose street-length dress wan matching accessories Her attendant, Mrs. R. G. Willrett wore a navy blue street-lpnpth dress. The bridegroom was S£ , nv his VI-W^AL. — — i-. i dustrial Devefopment. Alaper; Announcement I wish to announce my candidacy for the Demo- cratic nomination for County Recorder, subject to the will of the voters in the June primary. J. J. DOOLEY NOTICE FOR THE DURATION, all materials are strictly cash, with no exceptions. If special materials are ordered which are not in stock, same will be ordered only if 60 per cent down payment Is made in advance and balance when material arrives. All special orders to be handled on this basis. AH materials will be delivered as long as possible within the city limits; all other deliveries outside of AJgona will be made on a mileage basis. All orders given by telephone must be paid in advance or the driver will collect on a C. 0. D. basis If sending someone else for materials for you, please send signed check along. Any errors or SrcS our alien'? pr ° mptly ad ^ ust ed as soon as called to „,.,.. , win serve you to the best of our ability and will appreciate your continued patron- Por the duration we will not do anw labor' In voS\ eeC1 in ^ bU . U ? ng ' but wil1 "3* anS hep jou eet in tonr-.h \vifh tvi« «~ . . " " CI F THANK YOU Miller Lumber Co. Geo. L. Miller 198 ' CLINT LIGHTER, Mgr. garden tools nro !„. • Garden "fp| Lawn 'f$!9$. Broom ; v'«li &M Good >;f|| Brooms.. V^^! Garden ; iuM c« „ , IJBen; ^Padcs.. >glBte nit;?'* LAWJV MOWERS li^l 4-blade ; A« ft _ 14-in. cut $5.95 Black Hawk lawn mower, 5 blades, &mi A M 16-in. cut $7.95 Rubber tire lawn mower, blades $9.95 ' - A *£§ Coast-to-Coast StJi HART SCHAFFNFiR & MARX The bride, a sister of Mrs. Edw ' i Johnson, had been employed at i ^^^ a1 } mc ^ too ^> and the i near Al- i; Smart New Dresses Chrischilles Store wfe^^K^ f ° Br "% &*« w-drobe silk .heers and rneshe.^ black Beautlfu j'y tailored from without jacket, Yo^, £StiXS£2™*^ — After a ten day honeymoon at Chicago and other points the couple will be at home on a farm northeast of Algona. Opal Cronan is Bride— Opal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bert Cronan, Algona, and James Gera d Cronin, son of Mrs. Mary Cronin, Rochester, N. Y " Who was in S and the uuuegroom eC U by ^ ohn Ni eman. :. »ent e» glne T,°f £ n ' s S"" ,! »Xr,/'L c K * -" Teachers college and been a teacher in the Jo Relieve Misery of UOUin, TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE CROft STARTING PIGS a 9 i Xf the pi 8 s a head start and the sows a chance to hold their normal weight by allowing both free access 'to Bis Gam Mineral Stock Food during the nursing period Pigs usually start' eating Big Gam Mineral Stock Food fn« *K WeekS , ° ld ' usualj y weaning themselves in 6 to 8 weeks J™ 1 8 to 10 pounds heavfer And the sows generally retain their normal weight. Ed. J. Hailea, Bancroft; J. F. Lorenz, Wesley; Dick Mev >ecial ork; ; 'i i indii onal ontha ; that .orei-'tl indii Becai »;'hay titibn i stal ! pen v.iiu, oean ^ Lang model, price at § 17.95 I In stock in size 20, black & fJT*aofi/vf< Ivk - -"" «>f4«J\^Q C1L ~ ' vOO\/O 111 And ladies at YOUR NEW SPRING CLOTHES LAST LONGER ~it saves wool-labor and money for our fighting men T T i S * he r , ight id ea. But to make me kind to buy. SPRING SUITS TOPCOATS 40 45 50

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