Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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JPAGE fX)TJR For Dependable Wartime Transportation— BUY AN tW USED CAR THREE IN SAME WESLEY FAMILY SERVE IN ARMY FROM Your Chevrolet Dealer NO DELAYS NO RESTRICTIONS REASONABLE PRICES ,,. •» \, .;"} ' , V*- ' X -. Your Chevrolet dealer has pfeitty of good, dependable OK used cars on hand. . t . And there's plenty of good, dependable, unused VmtW potation in them, . , .Get one of these OK used cars now,and conserve time and energy lor your war production fob. Wesley, Mar. 24 — The John Lickteigs and Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt spent Saturday and Sunday with the Lickteig son Donald at Fort Snelling, Minn. Little Patty Lickteig lately spent a few days at the grandparental Leo Waldschmidt's, south of Fort Dodge. Dennis Lickteig is at .Camp Lewis, -• Washington, and Edward Lickteig is at another army camp in Washington. Anastasia Lickteig, stenographer for the state welfare board, Des Moines, spent the week-end with the parental John Lickteigs. Two Birthdays Celebrated— A joint dinner was served at the. George Goetz home Sunday to honor' Lillian Johnson on her 21st birthday and Agnes Goetz, two years old Monday. Each received a decorated cake. Others No LighU, So Auto and truck Collide Burt, Mar. 25—The .George Manus tf. and H. oU truck In which his wife, little Son, and W. J. Davison were riding, collided with a car driven by. Fay Mann in Which the BristoW boys were also tiding Sunday evening near the E. O. Mann home in Portland township. Both the thick's arf'd car's lights had gone out, so both cars were being driven slowly, when the accident occurred. Considerable damage wa* done to both, but no one was hurt except for a few slight bruises. who attended were Bernadine FENTON GROUP GIVES CHURCH PLAY SUNDAY Johnson, Henry Ray Rickes. Ricke, and the GOOD CARS- GOOD CONDITION GOOD VALUES Visits Husband in Army— Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly received word that their daughter, Fenton, Mar. 24 — The Challenge of the Cross was presented during the sermon hour Sunday morning at the Methodist church by the young girls' group of the W. S. C. S. Participating were: -Edith Wolfe, the Evangel; Phyl- Jis McFall, leader of devotions; opening service, Ethel Weisbrod, ------ — w.™., „._.! uuuguv^i, i upeiimg oeiviue, .CiUUU WGlSDrOu Mrs. (June) 'Bud' Hauptman had Betty Holldorf, Betty Ann Mey HT*T*llfOrt *»t . Q *ir»wtT^ ' «rtf-i*» 1T% *»«.-. 4'A I *-«l •• i i m* « — CONVENIENT TERMS arrived at a camp near Everett, Wash., to visit her husband, who has been there since induction into the army two months ago. Assistant Bultermaker Learing— Dale Jones has resigned as assistant butter-maker at the local creamery, having accepted a position as buttermaker in a creamery at Swaledale. He has been here two years. ers, Charlotte Thomas, and Janet McFall; La Vonne Newel, solo My Task; Barbara Frank, solo ist during play; Betty Jean Schwartz, piano. The pastor, th Rev. J. G. Waterman, preachec at Estherville that morning. Kossuth Motor Co. Algona, Iowa Ex-Wesleyan Visits Here- Mrs. Ann Kunz, Des Moines, was a Sunday dinner guest of the Henry Shermans. The women are sisters. Mrs. Kunfc went home Sunday, following a few days here. Lesson for F. B. Women— The Wesley township home project women met at Mrs. Edw. Hildman Tuesday, and Mrs. Hen r ry Sherman and Mrs. Alf Studer gave a lesson on Victory gardens. Hansens Home From Algona— Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hansen got home Sunday from the winter at their daughter Mrs. Edmund Loebig's, Algona. m poor health. Mr. Hansen was BARKER DRUG STORE ALGONA, IOWA "ORU8 TOOTH PASTE 3TVBES4J Cleant, Brightem! New Blinds for Church— Venetian blinds have been hung m the windows of the Congregational church Other Wesley News. Madeline Studer is expected ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH U.S. DEFENSE STAMPS at OUR STORE; ABO BURN OINTMENT For Minor Burns For COUGH and COLDS For Clicil Cold.! C-L BRAND OINTMENT ANALGESIC BALM 2<°'61 C ,, L'ADONNA FLORAL SPRAY COLOGNE N.cJ A LaxMit.7 TRY GENTLE 3IL-MIN-OL [M Etfoctlvc, Gentle! with 1e Additional! YOU BH THIS BIG 1.00 VALUE FOR ONLY Cjc MT NOWI ** * Don 1 ! D,l,yl Hardwood Back HAIR BRUSHES Professional Stylo 2 for 51 e 20x40 INCH BATH TOWELS SOFT, LUXURIOUS! IRRITABLE? Try OLAFSEN'S VITAMIN Bt OLAFSEN AY-TOL (ABOO) CAPSULES ^ 25 j gJ. "I D<flc,,cy. 5J I THIAMIN CHLORIDE ^ IT .fi^ja-AJauilfcrSi * «»«• 6 WHEATElRToiL RUSHLESS er LMMW «Bi wihFH Vitzthum, with Edw. Carman, left Sunday for Wilmington, 111., following a few days at the parental Geofgl AugUSt 1 an ordnane plant Lavon Gerdes entertainnH as-a-sayr^a A ?jes and her "boy friend" bunday visitors at the for- m f,l P?« nta ? Ema Westerns the is v* «» ^ WCCK.s vacation at M, r ?f r /"t al J hno Gerdes ^ Four-H Girls Have Program — The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday with Beverly Schulte, and 16 members answered roll call with habits of cleanliness while canning. Following business, Barbara Frank had charge of music; Kathryn Bleckwenn gave a health talk; Phyllis Frank spoke ( on courtesy; and Phyllis Gade gave a project talk; Dorothy Dreyer led a discussion on, Do you want to go to college? Guests were Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mrs. A. H. Speth, Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Charlotte Reidel, and Viola Mueller. Methodist W. S. C. S. Meets- Circle 4 of the Methodist W S. C. S. met at Mrs. E. A. Huskamp's Friday, and six members answered, roll call with short prayers. Mrs. Huskamp led devotions. The first lesson on Seed and the Soil was given by Mrs. Fred Mortenson. Mesdames Ray Tietz, Amer Cody, and A. H. Speth were guests. Farewell for Kern Elerick— A family farewell dinner was given Sunday at Kern Elerick's Whittemore. The A. H; Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Weisbrod were guests. Mr. Elerick left Tuesday for Fort Francis E Warren, near Cheyenne, Wyo. Illinois Couple in Visit- Mr. and Mrs. August Baney, Elgin Minn., arrived Friday for iam Hantelman" theV W6re tO gO visit other Seer home. J ° hnSOn ' at th ' * it0 ?? , at Edw - Hild- tne Delmar ~ Awaits Air Corps Call— Maynard Burwash went^to Des Moines Monday night' to report for assignment in an aircorps but returned Tuesday toTwail a .ening and Herman Lyons B G J M g T' and Mr -™ ' Irvin fiton. , Webster Citv .Mrs. Silas Espe, of Storv as Gambling bought shoes enough house. It i • today at wholesale ™ at shipping 65 dozen c,, ^> d that the J tlonal shoes to me Th PR f mnd Interna *U. No rooi to? aSfS T re b ° Ught laa * so I will have to uSn k y " ew locati °a building on the side street m m the ^ aVG to keep ? &nd sel1 t " J wil1 ^ tore room - can. soon hav^ to vacatehe I am making 'cut have to sell this be open called to duly, EX'FMtioH ttW ~-— Mr. and MM. Clyde _ lo^a Fidlft. l*e Wreni* of „>.... bofh sSttdW. fiich tt Mri Brboka is the former Viola Light Other Peitoi H«wi. Mr. and Mrs. Relnhold Beisel. Mason City, soft Harold, artd daughter Betty were Sunday afternoon ahd supptf guests at Albert Bleokwemvs, and in the evening called on the William Millers. The Paul Andersons, of Dolliver, spent the afternoon and were supper guests at George Jorgenson's. Mr. and Mrs. C. F, 0. Laage, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ranney, Post* master and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, daughter Betty Jean, Mr. , and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, and Jackie Gerhart were dinner guests Sunday at W. E. Laage's. Helene Weisbrod, of Algona, spent the week-end at Jos. McGovern's. Mrs. Hans Wilberg, of Ringsted, with Mrs. Erie Reide, Estherville, , and the latter's daughter Barbara, visited Saturday at C. F. C. Laage's. i The Doctor Whitlows, Armstrong, called Sunday at the parental Frank Bailey's, and In the aftprnoon they called on the Har- j old fudeft, ftett Emmetsburir , Ctrl Iter*. Whittemo?; ' the Alvin Zumachs were : (25 $50 $75 c A sill! •*• WHITE US : Kossuth Co. Credit «* E, H. Plttmui. MOT.' QI/ IT enl /J N ° r »l Dorjgj I™ iiiiiMH..,, t . tii , Mi J! : :•:•:<:•:•:•::. ^**^^^'•*;".• • ^ .-'--^ ;-:----^± '.;. : VT^ .•< '•/, -•.' _ _^^^^^^^^fH^^BFU&L. .X'tv^^l JUJE RIBBON QUALITY C BEST CUTS NONE HIGHER -e lie Neville SHOE SHOULDER CUTS OASTS Lb. FANCY WALLEYES Lb. 10c FIIESH SIEATV Oxtails ... WISCONSUfc SWISS Cheese... tk 39 C OLD FASHIONED WISCONSIN Cheese ... lb 25c r alhi Nljri.lll ITIIKD JOBlCloi BACON SQUARES.9* IIKUCIOI S .SKlMBj l*f| WIENERS S ALL MKAT COARSE (tilb) RIMGBOLO(HII1.|| •Mr " it Perch READY FOR THE PAN Lbs - PASCAL i ••.~>*j OK ( I BEETS ,A HOTBOT 1"! SI CELEB Fresh, Crisp and Tender LARGE STALKS EVA P. MILK NATIONAL BRAND 14V2-OI. Cans SOUP MIX JENNY LEE CHICKEN OR VEGETABLE ARGO STARCH CORN OR GLOSS Crahfli FORT DEARIORN CRACKERS fAAH EGG DYE . FOB CLEANING WD- SPRIYiRITE... • WILBEBT'S riMt »*» NO-RUB . 800D3INO CLEANS* 1 .1 ROYAL IEMOII..<< CUEANSEB .1 OLD DUTCH.,-Jj lux roe MI PINE fAIIICS I

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