Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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» 4BlfeW irMtors are: .ateS VArltrtSf -Alvjn iif er; -vjn <J, R. L. Hauiwirth; 8, ,*.^«i,. v,t s * * m, ' . 3 has bwn •at- AHBirtvv o;imD.uceii iiivuiuuiui- d with-2, and 1 und 4 We now d the Corwlth consolidated dis- A. A. Schipull li director oth et jt large; Albert-Metri.m, secrc- uim :• wn • «wi,-'**•»!»,—--.•,*;,';^T ;,, .• Harold Wolf, RUMell Greiman, Evereti Alekander j were Lu • .fttfaiftimar'-'' ' 4 • i^ a* i .-., ...i 1 -.*--: 1 j ?'*TK jrvice Sunday. 'Ublisher of .thei*i».» v»«•«=»"-"^, the, Titonka Topic is con- J!«»iS l fliiatf«SS'R?»:*g:AlC:J,- was Verne News, ?Kt&i£W'&jt2'£M^L<W.\tti*'&JL&' .KOBflttTH COUNTY ADVANCES. | THIS WEEK AT LONE ROCK Mrs. Oora Laabs, her children) and the Clarence Lohses were Sunday dinner guests at Leland Hantelmah's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott spent the afternoon at Fred Plumb's, and the George Hawcotts, Burt, were at R. F.'s in the evening. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday guests at William Bilsborouglv's, Algona, the occasion being Mrs. Bilsborough's birthday. • The Bernard Leepers, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at Hugh Marlow's. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dudding and Mrs, L. J. Mousel, Bancroft, called Saturday on Mrs. Kate Hawks. The Arthur Zufaachs attended the wedding of Gertrude Peters, Fort Dodge, to Johan Olson, of Thor, at the Algona Lutheran church Sunday, also a reception at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. C. W. Peters. Clair Bollinger took W. »C. Heiter to Livermore Saturday, and W. C. continued alone to Ottawa, 111., by train to enter a sanitarium. The Bellingers were Sunday dinner guests at Kate Bellinger's, Fenton. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, daughter Carol Ann, and Mrs. Richard Long spent Thursday at A- W. Lampe's, Ventura. The Robert Benzins, Joliet, 111., came last week Tuesday for visits with the Longs and other relatives. The Clarence Ackersons, Wesley, were last week Tuesday guests at George Long's, and the Longs spent Sunday evening at Maynard Warner's, Buffalo Center. Mrs. Lillie Thompson, Mrs. Walter Thompson, and the latter's son Warren spent the afternoon at Clarence Schendel's, Buffalo Center. Ann Duda, accompanied by Louise Wilson, Ledyard, attended the funeral of Harold Zicka- callers there. The Ray Snyders were dinner guests at Dr. D. R. Snyder's, Blue Earth, and attended the wedding of Arthur Snyder at the Lutheran church there in the evening. Lucille Haack, Lavonne Bannick, and Mr. and Mrs. John were guests at the Mrs. Andrews home, Titonka, 4 " " Mrs! Ferin the afternoon. The Elmer Franks and Mrs. Hilma Erickson, Bancroft, with Mrs. Ira Searle, Mason City, and son Bobby had Sunday dinner at Donald Blanchard's. The P. L. foose, Thornton, Saturday. Mar- Per sons spent the evening at garet Char Is on accompanied Jonn Kylen's, Swea City. „ „... accompanied them as far as Forest City to visit her parents. Lillian Gregerson, of Algona, , spent the week-end with Russell Bates family. Frank Flaig attended a blacksmiths' meeting at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. The Clarence Johnsons, Gowrie, were Sunday visitors at the Charles Morris home, and the P. M. Christiansens were afternoon , . The William Broedersons entertained at Sunday everting dinner in honor of their own 27th CARD PATRIOTS AT DOAN CLOSE SEASON: PARTY Doan, Mar. 24—The Doan Pa- atriotic Card club terminated its winter series of card parties by holding a banquet and evening entertainment at Arlo's Grill, Algona, Saturday evening. Former ™ members, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henderson h a s ^ 'from Charles Wolf. 1 to move itb, her tme itxirday, but delayed v when his received ^^^d ^^ her father, John Stinson, Min- lo- Lutheran church are femem- •••>' ' ,•---.••. ^•v^'- ,.-•.•>. -;,^,v.. i .;-«A.- . -- — — — j • — v> v*u**uj **&& i alid JU1TS( Dale Struthers, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, Doan, were .guests. Harold and •" " ' ' also present, consisted of a husband were also present. Six to B. B. Tournament— Gordon Hansen, Theo. Hoover, Tom Young, Percy Brink, Drusilla Hansen, and Lee Struthers, all of Doan, attended a recent basketball tournament at Humbold*. Other Doan News. A. J. Martinek and Aline Martinek were Britt visitors Friday. t he wedding anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. William Rath's 21st anniversary, and others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorcn- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood McArthur, and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer. Each honor : couple was presented with a pot- , i ted plant. ' Jesse Blanchard Jr., Ames, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. Mr. and YOUR EASTER SUIT Part of Your Job Is to Dress Your Best These are fashions that will stand by you for months ahead. Herman Abel, Sunday at his Ucover's. Alden, nephew spent Theo. Mrs. Blanchard were Sunday af- s ternoon callers at the daughter j= Mrs. Chester Alme's, Ottosen. = Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Mason =jj City, spent Saturday night and = Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Stebritz's —, daughter Catherine, Fort Dodge, H was there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard accompanied the Lawrence New- broughs to Humboldt Sunday for the day at William Blanchard's. Harold Reynolds accompanied the Newbroughs here, and is now employed at Newbrough's. Margaret Gladstone, R. N., and Winifred Meade, both of Mason , City, spent'Saturday night and Spen-1 Sunday with the former's moth- nrnom-m ! -iijr~" —~t "" »»«*-*'«^, of Le- j er, Mrs. S. M, Gladstone,' who ac- tt^tjisftSgis ! £,?" ~ s-sss njffffaftr- 1 - tor i_... *-»»__ .* , . •„ , • »"«• : noecjta, Mrs. Adolph Seeger, Albert Lea, was a Sunday visitor at Frank Macumber's. Mr. Macumber left Sunday for Waterloo, SENECA A^^JS.^I^^^di^^a^ ; 4H > S entertained the 4-H girls at a party at the Seneca schoolbmise " Wednesday evening. Amos Angle, travel to Aline Martinek. Woman's Club Has Program- Mrs. Anna Christenson entertained the Doan Woman's club last week Wednesday, ten members attending. A lesson on Vagabonding Down the Andes was given by Aline Martinek, and a review of Seven Grass Huts by Mrs. Percy Brink. The surprise by the hostess was a cake quiz. Aline Martinek won high prize, and Mrs. A. J. Martinek was last week where he has employment. Mrs. Ruth Hansen, who re- gene •kle's falters. , died •Wal- and Mrs. Fred Asa entertained at three tables of 500 Friday evening. The high scores went to Mrs. Bryan Asa and Gerald Bahling; low to Richard Cosgrove; highest no trump, Bryan Asa. Algonians Entertain Club— Mr. dnd Mrs. Amos Angle entertained at their home at Al- er son'gona last week Wednesday even- |former,ing for the Doan Patriotic card club, of which they were members. High scores went to Mrs. Bryan Asa and Fred Girres; low nt, who Je. Elby jBiiggers |in : . Iowa, ' I's, Au- iriter in ennes- to Bryan Asa and Party for Daughter; Husband- Mrs. Alice Buffington entertained members of her family Sunday in honor of a daughter and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hackenson, Marshalltown. Mrs. Walter Vining, of Osage, another daughter, and her Dress Up FOB Easter HAVE YOUR CLOTHES Dry Cleaned Sure—dress up in those new clothes—and send your old ones to be renewed by dry cleaning. Have your winter coats and .suits cleaned and stored here till wanted next fall. We do relining and repairing. Modern Dry CLEANERS AND TAILORS Choose It "Soft Choose It Tailored Your suit Is here for the selecting—whether you decide on a dress and jacket pseudo-suit; a satin bound tailleur; plaid casual; or soft interpretation of ''military intelligence." We've Tailored Shirts, Tropical Prints and Frills $2.25 and $2.98 Fendw |;>if:'enter' Ledyard,' i here. ,,.oinpH- ;5Thbmp- Ijreturned |v Donald Corbin - at ': Webster I - sts at ., j Sun-1 ;Hefti'«,; 0. d Mrs, LMalinda ita, and all of :Her- _>a> • at F< Shortage of Mat* t Affects Telephone Users In order to conserve materials for war needs, the telephone business is now operating under government restrictions as to installation and replacement of telephone equipment. Some of these are: 1. Won and d«dc UktphooM an net Uin* with hand . Extnudon tol«phonwi in ing initall«d only under certain circuinttancM. «• 3. Party-lin. Mrric* k UM only M me* which can be provided in «ome localities for n*w q|T|ilkttutai and for tfuMe who move. « which are BeplaceaMBte end would be made under ardWr \^^W?fP ^IWB^^*TW^P W« re.Mii ™"'W%li w.r re.lrieUow. will WrMH M«RTHWI$TIRN IILL A TCLEPHOMI COMPANY Classic tailored '•'shirt with stitched detail. Gay tailored Gay tropical print with full sleeves. sweet sheer with pin tucks and lace, insets. And others. 91.29 to $3.98 Lots of originality, good design, and fine workmanship—in gloves for casual and d re say clothes. . ' . •: OOTDMH" $17-95 Luscious "Fashion-Fresh" New Color! $5.85 For Your Easter Parade Brilliant Colored HANDBAGS Red, blue, black, green, gold, beige, tan, navy, rose. Patent and leather $1.98 JERSEY DRESS ''COUNT ON Ml" So sotitfyingly classic youH wear it again and again ....with its large patch pockets, gathered skirt, and itofching bvttom and b*l». Cqmdy stripO acetate ray. «l Jersey in navy, Ivggage. red. Sixes 14-20. MO.95

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