Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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PAGE TWO Spencer Boy Knows the Thumbing Game Duane Grosser and a young friend hitchhiked from their homes at Spencer Friday morning to spend the day and evening with James and Edward, sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Parks James hitchhiked back with the two and ***** with his Spencer aunt and uncle.. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks Jr.. who brought him home and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Parks. Duane had recently hitchhiked home in 3& days from Texas, where he had been with relatives. He found it easy to get rides, and some drivers gave him money, old. He is 12 years ljjjjfljjjjjj[)jljjlj^^ rue 'Home' and Able SERVICES AT LAKOTA AIE HELI mm AT BANCROFT FOR WALT HAUPERT ektenl. wck. was up town again last Pupil* H*** PfehifM Taktn— The St John's seniors had pictures taken at Brown's Studio, Algona, last week Monday, and the Bancroft public school seniors had pictures taken this week Monday morning. , . l?ww*r, fc. 5-f^am»r: freSS- |tlHittMi« v^ns hwiww »t ?• isarty nrpr ^ ;n iCfa&ntf n: »*s««*or. iT. Stindaj' t?vdt»hy; «t Otto VsslreX I £ .^,^} H i. j snd ^tenfllni; wore Mrs. Attends Memorial Rev. N. J. Becker attended services for Tom Wag stv ppt. so - <mii .inl :i»<Ms*iw*r fwr 1o B hnr *»<>> . . , 15. Shr wfeh- STM hs? been or. hros-t J, .-siiil vJhr-ii hti- •>tf. ^.ar. nni V.'jlh;>tminj: >iif-rt «! 1M? T-J^ITiJf. jfiBrr>«i 7,- hfSTt ."jure; -snzz ten. Joseph, ^fchrn. and Hsu-old, Koppefis 'Tw«? ;ro- Mr. and Mrs. John Berbers, Deri' of the tiis and Bfttv, Mr. ntid Mrs. J. 'Mr. anri -1,. 'Hntipert, Burl, Mr. and Mrs. >Jiek <5nUl, Alton. Donald. Shir- }&.f, Jean. Audrey, John. Helen, Joseph, nnd James. Mr. and Mrs. Derward Neit*pl, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kirov Hatten, Mr. nnfl Mrs. Francis froocy. Swen City. "Wilrnn Augustine nhd the Gregory Aup- u.«Unes, Whittemore, nnd the J. W. Sohilfe family. The evening was spent at cards, nnd lunch brought by the guests was serv-; pd. Walter, who was presented: with n purse, will leave soon for the nnw. ^jner at St. Joe Monday. Mr. Wag- Doeember 7 attack on Pearl Her- Kopppn. ,., , x f *» £h»Lin« . "ubroom last Thursday eying and each was presented a Wh 3>ttt»w-: Forest ami "Mrs. .1. E. Tvieamp \r- Wphstpr Citv on n b»isi- Our ruddy tan calfskin -walkers are r e a dj- to take it — hours of walking in volunteer work. Clocks of walking to save rubber. Miles of hiking in balmy days of spring. ivillinc- escorts w your suits correct in every tailored thing you own. On lines smooth-fitting, soft comfort incarnate. Beautifully made, beautifully finished. ) 1 e to wear and wear. They'll grow handsomer by the day. $3.95 to $6.95 Christensen's SHOE DEPAJtTMEST . Mr.. Frj-rxi^j: tiixri 1hr>uj3l". wr had fto shoxv hf^.' thc^Tor-nTt from Fore-si City snntl thcrf w»s six ihchps on the WM-mji. which martr driving HsOis; Electric Sarvie* — T^rtdKy suirm of wp; s -jnc ctiusrc j; loi of ?' PS E lv rtprtrir system ? -tt'fw thB^ evnry oirrtiit : 3ivKK nnf hrnakntrc. Thr ro. -whs •were busj- nil dcy. istss lul rcjiftjrcfi „„ E3*c!ric Man Sick- Jos. Cpgley Sr., night man at the municipal electric plant, was confined to home last week with pneumonia. them back. Ititi Quinten Jameson, Logan and two ions are sending a few week* with friends here. Die frefwwd Ncitzels spent Operetta aJ St John's— i The St. John's grade pupils gave n three-act operetta. The Magic Beanstalk, in honor of the Rrv. ,7. H. Schuttcs' nnmesduy last Thursday evening at St John's hull, and a large audience attended. SSS.2 ilv :_ Some Dsy I Skall Under- o. Bearers were John and Jsmes Smith. Jerry Usena. Jerry Hee'JandL L E. Wortman. and C. A. Guiknecht. Burial was tracts made in Maple Hill cemetery. i, Surviving are nieces and nephews. From out of town attending At 3. Si week ago Msroa*?- ittphi Nirik Behrends waj ei^ctea chtinnaan. All teachers were cffsr£-a -ccc}- for the cccrJnc scbcirJ Other Bancroft News. Mrs. George Anderson, Long Beach, Calif., is making an extended visit at her sister Mrs. Joseph Engesser's. Mrs. Anderson is the former Kate Rcider, a resident of Bancroft, Nick Gauls, Alton, came for the day and nigRt with Mrs, Gaul's mother, Mrs. ATigcline Haupert, and other relatives. Mrs. Gaul is the former Acoidani Victim TJj> Again— j Antoinette Haupert ^ Laurence, xtm of Mr. and Mrs. I Gerald Nurre and Bernice J. "W. Schilte, who liad b£«a sbed j Kenuedy, Ames, spent from last most of iht- time since Jiie day 'week Tuesday to Sunday at their hnforc -Christmas, -when his bade 1 respectives homes here, and Mr. injured ia , . so- j and Mrs, A. W. Kennedy took Luftby & ALGONA, IOWA ea r a - >ear Mrs. William Kleist and . Gladys Limberg, Fort Ejodge. monia, ing. News of the Harry Moes— The Harry Moes, Sibley, called on friends here Sunday,"also at Henry Patterson's, Buffalo Center. They were on the way home;— ..A..HU..IO, Q io from Lake Crystal, Minn., where i son and Skeels, i they had visited Mr. Moe's moth- "' ' ~ er. who is an invalid. The Moe son John is attending Junior college at Sheldon, 16 miles from Sibley, and drives back and forth; and the daughter Eleanor is taking a secretarial course at Central university, Pella. The Moes moved to Sibley from Lakota more than two years ago. Mr. Moe is a railroad man. Club to Hear Mrs. Eisele Mrs. J. E. Smith entertained the Acorn club last Thursday, 15 members present. Plans were discussed for the next meeting, which will be a 1 o'clock luncheon ,at a Blue Earth hotel. The guest speaker will be Mrs Susan Eisele, widely known syndicate farm column writer whose home is near Blue Earth. Mrs. E. G. Sauer read an interesting paper at Thursday's meeting on Re- Other Lakota ?fews. Mesdames Guy Beeber and R., L. Williams, also the Misses Lar- j son and Skeels, local teachers, ' drove to Des Moines Saturday ! returning the same day. Bobby Beemer hitchhiked to Grinnell Friday for a visit with Jim Ley, then went to Des Moines Saturday and came home with his mother. The Ray Winters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernoi. Smith spent Sunday with the Jerry Hect- lands. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Waukon. spent the week-end with Mrs. 'Maude Hamilton. MANAGES A PLAY. Mitchell, S. D., Mar. 24—This week Saturday night and again next Monday night a Little Theater cast of Dakota Wesleyan university will present Ladies in Retirement. Bob Muckey, Algona, is a member of the business management. Ch DRESSES Our new dresses get down to basic style facts. All the new ieatures are shown in our showing of smart new dressel I3eaut,fully tailored from silk sheers and meshes-in black navy, and pastels with and without jackets. Vivid splashy or tiny floral prints with self or plain colored' jackets omplmient-catching styles to make you the belle of the Easter Parade! No matter if you're a half size, a tall, mature matron, a short junior, or just an average figure and your purse. Prices range from $6.95 to $22.50 Exciting New Coats and Suits Priced from $12.95 and up to $39.75 It's also an all out spring for suits. Every new and bfack* ^ ^^ PaStel Plaidfi! P&Stels ' Priced at $12.95 and to $29.75 IT'S SPRING Time to blossom out in gay new togs. Enlist in Fashion's Spring parade with the newest of the new from Christensen's. Spring is the silver lining in the dark cloud's of 1942. Easter is only a few days away. Our store invites you to come in today and get a breath of spring after a long, weary winter we'll all remember for years to come. Cheer up! Dress up! It's Spring! NEW HATS Choosing your new Easter hat will be simple from our large assortment of styles. Flatterers for every face! Priced from $2.95 to $5.95 VV F S A V t > 0 U M 0 \ »KE TOVR PENNIES COVNTf but is reported improv- ', LOOK AT THE SAVINGSI WEEK It's smart to be thrifty in these times. Here are values to heir, ' ° ur _Good on Store Stock for Sale Dates Onlr CLIP OUT THIS COUPON TO PURCHASE ONE BOTTLE EXTRA FANCY DEL MONTE CATSUP 14 02. BOTTLE REDEEMABLE ONLY AT YOUR Friday and Saturday; March 27 and 28 ARM and HAMMER BAKING SODA ANTI- SNEEZE RINSO Large 1)4 _ Pkg. £1$ AMERICAN BEAUTY CUT STYLE BEETS No. 2 Can SOLID PACK VINE-RIPENED Tomatoes 0 Cans' 25C DAISY GOOD QUALITY BROOMS Each LUX TOILET SOAP 3 BARS 19C DELICIOUS-TASTY HOLSUM PEANUT CRUNCH 26c BLUE CONCENTRATED SUPER SUDS LARGE PKG. 21c LIF 31c PER TIN BIIII.I, BvhbU Soip CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP K 2F«9i KELLOGGS SHREDDED WHEAT 12 oz. Pkg. lOc LIFEBUOY Toilet SOAP 3 Bars — —-•**••* B*«»4d^&r Macaroni (Elbo) Spaghetti (Cut) TEXAS KILN DRIED YAMS, sweet potatoes 6 Ibs 25c _ S.uthern Yam,-D,llci«m. C.ndied, Baled or F ritd 19 Gobbler Potatoes P . N 1Q "o ,„«,««> H 10 wounds !..!l 2 Tc Bag SWEET JUICY CALIFORNIA NAVEL LUli 2 FLAKE I Large I ^Siw Small Pkg —I*, Cood on Store Stock for Sale Date* Only CUP OUT THIS COUPON TO PUKCHASE ONE CAN—FANCY PINK DOUBLE Q Q ;es2"«49c SALMON TALL ONE POUND CAN REDEEMABLE ONLY AT YOUR CONSUMERS WHOLESALE FOOD STOKES ,. ll^^T »»»«•,, .._ _ . .•—„•*• I ----- ...... , CARROTS : li «, **I»VWHU ULLI Lean-Try It (None Better) IPer Pound, — -™* »iJ\s & LARD Kettle Rendered liulk Pork « v •p Shoulder Boast, II). pound{ box style, sh, gal. . $1. All Kind* of Seed Gladly Accept Food St«»l

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