Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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t in ni.vviiinn I 5 ; ^JlSl$l;MtfMlliiig^illl :Vl«SSlil •' i If* • •,: ii ,.;••: !.•'•..:-*, V. nTA Vf>. i j ,|..'l, , • KOS8UTH COtJNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Townaend Speaker ^ to Be Here Apr, 6 4- Political strategy to be fol- Ipwed during the campaigns rwxt ^Ti •——.— —"O ,w.«^. wum»K£f u«£E«*j I'.UAV fall by those of the alleged 13.' 1870,000 Americans over 60 years of age who wish to place the Townsend Plan on the federal Statute books will be outlined to ToWnsendites here April 6 at 7:30 At the Legion hall by C. M. Houser, according to a dispatch from the Chicago National Townsend headquarters. ' ' De« Moin« ic day last week carried ^n«"^«rtflf^^lpi? Pines, H who hw ««V- . ' ing of four lowans out of $15,000, i w a » : released CVCl, . M«S,V' >J1I11CU ,,.'DUtVBB Ill's office here JstiidPinefl- Iken into cUstodylimmedi- >jr in* .WoodWirMtajtinl^; •to. face-^itttt^-^^B-^ 1 S,- Whom'-rl'iii/'Bi'H :nce men inithe cowitry," | dieted early list iyearVby:?* jury at Council Bluffs'on rounta of ,, on of 1 ' .cross the lowa-Minne- ROTARY CLUB ENTERTAINS SCOUT GROUP N Jesse Reynolds, Scoutmaster of Troop 31, and Irvin Olson, assistant Scoutmaster, had a few of their Boy Scouts at the Rotary club luncheon Monday noon. Mr. Reynolds gave a talk on How to Carry On a Scout Meeting, and he. also told of some of the planned activities for the summer. The troop meets every week at the Legion hall Wednesday evenings, but during the summer every other meeting will be at Blackford park, with a council fire. a Mr. Reynolds extended a spec- spent the week-end with her'par- lal invitation to anyone interest-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kern- | tn he trial which followed uo ' .t^watltt^tHaPmes i accomplice^ had<- used c a race: bctt^liracket) -top 6b- 1,300 from MrSitoa. Mrs; < pie Allison, Algona; ed to attend any "or all Scout meetings. Scout boys at the Rotary meeting were Ray Vanderwerf, Gordon Winkel, James Dailey, Leslie Hill, and Duane Reynolds. The Rotarians wrote letters on adding machine roll paper to a member in the service, Gordon h.of the intly the United States ck- iurt of appeals ordered the ipVbe V retried -ion grounds ie government had (hot suf- . 'of r :' the jnient, had;: no ifiirtnerSevi- bn this point, it was decid- , release ,• PlriesSsitfith' at£; ; he yj C j be tried in^the state courts. INA NAVAL YOUTH ' !(IEST()FJIG HOTEL at Lakes, HI., Mar. 24— De_ .J his hammock, for an in^•pg mattress, / and, 'J Navy ^^" for dinner, in one of Chi-- finest dining rooms; John •Mjiultz, so^ of Mrs. Thomas mmz, S. .Thorington,,. Algona, ^_>ent last ..weekTcnd 1 -at the •rater' Beach hptel nin .the f City as guest of, the man- C [[ n onrby/belnr'aectionJleader n judged ^QUtstan,iing *or S»H RLY »m* r tpol , „—j"Hre6K 4tf45m to IT 0 " boxn . Mf« and Mr«. E. C. Potter spent Tuesday with the former's sister, Mrs. Alta Stiles, Charles City. Bull* Orion and Pearl Hovey are clerking at the Cummings store during the Easter season. - .The Lyle McCulloughs have moved from College street to the W. L. Martin farm in Cresco township. William Guenger came home last week Wednesday from Rochester, where he had had a medical examination. Mrs. John Foth is reported improving at the General hospital, where she had a major operation last week Monday. Mr. and MM. Martin Jensen are spending a few weeks at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. Jensen is president of the Midwest Service Co. Olive Bateman, Webster City, was a week-end guest of her sister Mrs. A.' A. Sterling. Miss Bateman is a bookkeeper for Selby's. • Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin had a short "visit" by phone Tuesday evening with their son Clyde, his Wife, and son Billy, who live at Philadelphia. Mrs. H. D. Meyer and her sons George and Douglas spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr; and Mrs, W. A. Vehslage, Lu Verne. Elizabeth Kemmer, office clerk at the Farm Security office, mer, Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers are parents of a 7-lb. girl, born Sunday morning at the General hospital. They also have a son, now 20 months old. Mrs. S. J. Backus came home Saturday from Winnebago, Minn., where she attended fun- Dewel, who has been attending | eral services Friday for her sis- an army dental school at Springs, Ark,, for the last Hot ter, Mrs. W. T. Berry. two months, but will soon be, or already has been, ordered back to his hospiatl unit at Cairip Robinson. m. Mr. Cox March 30. NEW MAN TO HEAD AHS BOYS' SPORTS Stephen Cox, Davenport, has been hired as new physical education teacher for boys at the Algona high school to replace Coach Keefer, who leaves soon to be farm supervisor for the California Packing Co., at Rochelle, will begin teaching __. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa," and for the last year and a half had taught in a soldiers' orphans' home at Davenport. He will have charge of physical education for boys and the spring athletics, but will not be head basketball or football coach. Someone for those sports will be hired later. Mrs. G. W. Stillman, wife of Judge Stillman, is replacing Viola Bohlen in English classes, anc Mrs. H. M. Olson, wife of a loca" dentist, will coach the senior class play to be presented May 1 Miss Bohlen recently resigned to be married. $17,329 for Booze , Spent in February Kossuth citizens addicted to the flowing bowl did not climb on the waterwagon to any noticeable extent January 1, or if they did they promptly fell off. Official reports show Algona sales of $10,661.93 in January and $9,367.36 in the short month of February. The figures for Bancrofi were $8283.81 and $7961.65 re^ spectively. Total for the county in January was $18,945.24 and in February $17,329.01. the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. "Bill" SteTMu is a new clerk in the men's department at the S. & L. store. Willard Mitchell is new head of the department, replacing Ray Besch, who is now with the Viking Oil Co. Mrs. "Bill" Sharp will return today from Storm Lake, where she has been two weeks, taking care of Jier sister's jewelry store while the latter has been away on a trip. Her sister is Margery Paxton. Anita Rose Kohlhaas and Rita Dooley 'spent the week-end at " ' ' with Dolores Schi- Pocahbntas mon. Miss Kohlhaas is stenographer for the Metropolitan Life, and Miss Dooley is deputy county recorder. Mr. and Mis. Glenn Johnson, Rita Will, and Frank Stratton spent Sunday afternoon at Lu Verne with the girls' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Jenz, who recently moved to that town from Austin, Minn. Mrs. H. A. lllif. West Bend, was a guest last week Wednesday of the W. H. Klamps. Mr. lllif, engineer on a W. P. A. project at West Bend, came for his wife that evening and was also a dinner guest at the Klamps. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woodmansee spent the week-end at Kirks- farmers near Algona, are parents of a son, born last week Wednesday at the General" hospital, weight 6 Ibs. 12 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Adams now have four girls and one boy. Mrs. Adams is the former Doris Will, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will. Mrs. James Tornabane, Fort Dodge, who was at Mercy hos- pitay there seven Weeks, is now recuperating at her sister Mrs. J. B. Winkel's here. She expects to spend some of the time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, southeast of town. Mrs. Tornabane is the former Evelyn Capesius. Norman Wagner, Lu Verne, who had been employed at the quence Mr. Vera sold a lot fewer spuds than he had expected to sell, but he has not yet brought suit for damages. Mrs. H. W. Thompson took her son Robert back to the Ames college Sunday afternoon, also her sister back to Ankeny, after the week-end here. Mrs. Thompson then went on to Bloomfield to visit a brother, teacher in the schools there, and to Humeston to visit her son Edouard, agricultural teacher. She expected -Jto be back late this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, with their son, came home last week Wednesday night from two weeks at Omaha and Mason City. Mrs. Hilton's mother, Mrs. D. evenings. The Rev. H. W. Jackman, Burt, will be guest preach- eT Monday evening. Opportunity will tfc given on Easter Sunday for baptism; also a special World Service offering will be taken, i Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace got home Saturday from 12 days at Yrekia, Calif., where they had been called by news that Mrs. Wallace's brother, R. J. Grover, had suffered a broken back. He is in a hospital there and has one compressed fracture and twd other vertebrae broken. Doctor j Wallace helped take care of him while there and reports the pfc- tient* doing well when the Wallaces left. R. J. is a former Kossuth resident who once had a garage, at another time a drug- j store at Burt. He is a brother of , Will Grover, Portland township, i and of Marie Grover, Burt. r> ft CIL. ~---r—«,/ —« ^w bi*v- IVIJLO. xiiiuuii » iiiuuicr, ivirs. u, Coffee Shop, resigned a week or Halbrook, Mason City, accom- sp ago, is now clerking at the panied them to Omaha to visit Barker drugstore. He has been | relatives, and on the return trip succeeded at the Coffee Shop by " • ...-*' Peggy Siegle, Jamestown, N. D., who came here a few months ago and for a time was employed at the Kossuth hospital. Charles Lindhorst, of Grinnell, came Saturday for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst, and his brother Deputy Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. Charles is in the naval reserve and exoects to go into the service within a week. He ' had been a building contractor with D. E. Miller, also of Grin- Mrs. Hilton and son visited at Mason City. Mr. Hilton had business missions in both cities. Three special Holy Week services will be held next week at the Good Hope church. They will begin at 8 p. m. and will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Friday - wcczv-cim au jvujva- ln ville, Mo., with the former's. 116 ^ grandmother, Mrs. Clark, who is | ***• an< * Mrs. G. L. Vohs were seriously sick. The Woodmansees j Sunday dinner guests of the Carl returned Monday. Mr. Woodman- Vons family at West Bend. All: ---*-'-—' ~ ' then attended a music festival at I Monday. see is local Sargent manager. An annual conference of Iowa school directors and administrators will be held Monday at the Hotel Savery, Des Moines. County Supt. A.'E. Lauritzen plans to attend; and he will be accompanied by a group of Kossuth direct- Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, Afarch 26-38 JOHNNY MACK BROWN i. C 4ves .',Wil* ' the ^Mrs. lew? end % of with FUZZY KNIGHT Second Feature .Dive Bomber's Blonde! WHAT THRILLS! fTBVENS Serial Holt of 'Secret Service Sun.-Mon., Marcli %9-SO. Second Feature Mid-week Lenten services will be held at 8 o'clock this evening (Thursday) at the First Lutheran church. The choir will practice from 7:15 till 7:55 p. m. There will be reception of new members and rites of baptism this Sunday, Palm Sunday, at the Methodist church, announces the pastor the Rev. H. M. Burns Mrs) N. D. Mitchell fell suddenly sick Saturday, and was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday for medical care. She was reported "about the same" Monday^ "Bill" Lamb will leave Friday for Akron, O., to which city he is being transferred by the Goodyear company. Mrs. Lamb will join him there sometime in April. , Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Byson, San Diego, Calif., arrived Tuesday for three weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Byson. Clifford is a contractor. Mrs, Paul Parkins, Brazil, Ind., left Tuesday evening, after three weeks with her sisters Mrs.-Bert Deal and, Mrs. Richard Sorensen here and with other relatives at Graettinger. Holy Communion services will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church on Maundy Thursday (April 2) at 8 o'clock in the evening, and on Good Friday at 9 in the morning. Mrs. LeRoy Peterson, of Humboldt, with her daughters Shirley Marie and Sharon Lee, spent from Sunday till yesterday with ors. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner drove to Fort Dodge late Tuesday afternoon to call on Julius Baas Sr., who had a major operation at the Lutheran hospital there last week Monday. The Braners found Mr. Baas doing well. Mr. and Mrs. John Curran, LaGrange, Wyo., arrived Wednesday to visit relatives here, at Lu Verne, and at Naytahwaush, Minn. Mr. Curran, uncle of Mrs. C. H. Clement, was born and reared near Lu Verne. He is a retired farmer. Mrs. John Hildman, near Wesley, entertained a Boone township, Hancock county, home project Farm Bureau group at noon dinner Tuesday, and a meeting followed. Leaders were Mrs. Victor Loebig and Mrs. Henry Haverly. M. P. Christiansen and I. L. Seeman, of the Algona creamery, are attending a business meeting of State Brand Creameries today (Thursday) at the State Brand headquarters at Mason City. Geo. W. Godfrey, Ames, will be among the afternoon speakers. S. D. Wilson and his daughter, Mrs. V. K. Rising, were at Titonka Saturday to visit the former's son, J. E. Wilson, who had recently been at Rochester for 1 medical treatment. J. E., who went 'back Tuesday for a checkup, has a restaurant at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ulfers, Minneapolis, With two daughters, spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers. Howard formerly was employed at the Allen Motor Co. here, but' now works in a garage at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs,. Everyal Adams, Lu Verne in which the Vohs children took part. Other towns represented in the festival were Bode, West Bend, Renwick, and Liyermore, also Vernon township, Humboldt county, consolidated school. In last week's Advance a want ad was published'for the East End Grocery advertising potatoes, and the price for 100 pounds was quoted as $1.97. This was an error of just 90c, the actual price being $1.07. In conse- J)haven't had, ant/ tound woim.4 in mil darted utin<]( HOGWOPM OIL ate EXCLUSIVf AGENTS gggp PRODUCTS LUSBY & GIOSSI Algona, Iowa Announcement County Treasurer I am a candidate for renomination on the republican ticket for county treasurer. I am now serving my first term. I will deeply appreciate all support given me in the June primary. C W. Pearson THURSDAY-FRIDAY, MARCH 26-27 CASTAWAYS...oi H isloid of levil SATURDAY, MARCH 28 | BIQ 3-WAY DOUBLE FEATURE BUCK JONES and - ROUGH RIDERS —in— "FORBIDDEN TRAILS'* No. 3, Fun for Entire Family JOil CABROU • EDMOND O'BRIEN u SATURDAY MIDNITE, 11:80 P.M. SUNDAY-MONDAY, MARCH 28, 29, 80 CHANGE IN BOOKING! t ROMANTIC FIREWORKS ...in the season's rod-hot comedy riot! JE4N KBUPA, AND ORCHESTRA "HOW TO HOLD YOUR HUSBAND BACK*? juninn HUMUSSIUII TL I < >'• nnvrimc Appearance is morale Today morale requires* that we maintain our confi, dence, our calm, our trust. Hut w| must do.more than feel these things—we must look them. We will, as individuals and as a nation, reflect our mental state in our appearance. So keep up your appear* , ( . i > i . * - •> > Sr*. i ; teele's Low Prices Every Day at Your A&P Food Store Buy U. S. Defense Savings Stamps at AfeP! A PRODUCER-CONSUMER CAMPAIGN FEATURE! *CABBAGES, 8 .. Vitamins B1+ C+ + Vitamins 3n, 9 .10c *POTATOES Texas Marsh Seedless. Size 96 38c I California, Size 288 *ORANGESi 11 'r < 5°A... dM .i9c Delicious DAPPLES vitamins C+ . . 3 Ibs. 25C + +indicates excellent source; +good source. *SUNNYFIELD FLOUR. *GOLD MEDAL FLOUR EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE FRESH FIG BARS . . . DOUGHNUTS MARVELBREAD Q4 ^ bag w I w -i -f e I • I P bag . bag . bag'14C Jane Parker . . . . . doz. 'it's enriched' 1%-lb. 4 4 M 2 l-lb. loaves 16c loaf I I C Buy ^ items with Blue Food Stamps! 13c ANN PAGE FOODS .... Top Quality at Big Savings! Ann Pacje Macaroni or SPAGHETTI 3 IEI I V Oabapple or JELL I Grape 7-oz. pkgs. 8-oz. jar Ann Pase (SALAD DRESSING An, Fa.e ;34c | EVAP. MILK House . . 3 cans 23C .doz. 28c 36c ^COUNTRY EGGS FRESH MILK ... *IA. STATE BRAND BUTTER MEL-0-BIT SUNNYFIELD LARD *NAVY PEA BEANS.. . . ^___ FANCY RICE K...... ?i b 29c IIDIIIIIIIOM | irs WHITE SAIL CLEANING TIME AT A&Pt | White Sail SOAPFLAKES 2 1 %T29c lb. 2-Ib. box 2-lb. . ctn. 4-H,. 2g c While Sail -— * SOAP GRAINS White Sail 2,t 35c SAL SODA 2^-lb. . . . pkg. As Featured in Good Housekeeping LUX FLAKES ;,: 10c BORAX " 20K " le Team" dirt BORAXO FRENCH'S BIRD SEED . FRENCH'S BIRD GRAVEL 12-oz. p|" r pkg. bww 1 * 15C 27c 14c 10c TfiRAf rfi Velvet, Prince Albert, Ken- 4 ft _ lUDAtLU tucky Club or Big Ben each I UC ORANGE JUICE 46 C25c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE.... ."£ 19c IONA TOMATO JUICE. . ^ 19c IONA PEAS 2£.'26Q IONA TOMATOES-.... K °J10c PEACHES P ^ r ... ., . K ir59c STALEY S GOLDEN SYRUP ';::,':; 55c HFI MAY miuiat ure Lib. «%a_ UCL PIAI Milk Chocolates ... box Z9C PAAS EASTEREGGCOLORS ,u 10c W\^ !.80 86c CHICK STARTER ,,^ GROWING MASH OYSTER SHELLS 10-lb. M Qf) bag C.OU 100-lb. Just OutI April "Woman's Pay 4 ', poly 2c FOOD STORES •

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