Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1942
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PAGE EIGHT KOSfltTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALX30NA. Myrtle Olson a Bride- Myrtle G., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson, Algona, became the bride of John R. Alke, Buffalo Center, son of Mrs. Anna Alke,. Wesley, in a double-ring ceremony at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the First Lutheran church, Algona. The Rev. E. K. Nelson, pastor, performed the ceremony and Mrs. V. K. Rising, Algona, played Lohengrin's and Mendelssohn's wedding marches at the organ. Anita Thompson, Algona, sang Because, and Wilma Hersch and Anna Alke, Wesley, sang O Perfect Love. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a sheer white silk gown, League meeting scheduled for this evening (Thursday) has been postponed till next week, the day to be announced by the pastor Sunday. The League will have presented with a gift There are ten members in the club. The county flower club will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the high school building. The a skating party Friday evening i meeting was postponed from -i m:,—,__ », __. ' Monday evening to avoid conflict with an Army day address in the at Titonka. Members are to meet at 8 o'clock at the parsonage. Both Leaguers and invited guests are welcome to attend. Club Observes a Birthday- Mrs. Antone Johnson entertained her Birthday club at one o'clock luncheon Monday in honor of Mrs. 'M. G. Norton's anniversary. Nine women attended, including three guests, Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mrs. F. E. Kent, and auditorium. . . Dottie Kuchynka was hostess to the Syncopatibn music club Tuesday evening at her aunt Mrs. H. W. Becker's. Twenty members'attended. Dick Woodward was leader of a program on Modern Composers. The Congregational Aid association will meet for One o'clock luncheon today at the church, brother of Nick and Matt Sr., here, and of Peter, Henry died at Palm Beach, Fla., March 30, and the bftdy Was sent to his daughter Mrs. Jack Le'Bttien, Dell Rapids, S. D., where the funeral iwas held. He was an uncle of Matt Bormann, Mrs. Alex Eischen, and Mrs. Matt Becker here. WANT) ear CORN, old. or floor-length, with train, long sleeves, lace yoke, and a high neckline. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a coronet of seed pearls, and she carried an arm bouquet of calli lilies. Mrs. Mansiel W. Lindhorst, Wesley, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore a floor-length gown of peach silk organdy, with an arm bouquet of peach and lavender gladioli. The bride's going-away costume was a light blue silk ensemble, with navy blue accessor- j.j.. .n.um_A, J.TAIO. ±-. ju. jvtrni, tuiu iuuuiit-'uii luutiy at uie LIILUUII, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Two ta- j Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's' circle serv- bles of bridge were in play, Mrs. ing. The program will be in B. A. Thorpe winning high. The charge of .Mrs. Chester George, prize was defense stamps. **-- "—'-- «—-•"- — •-" —*~ WANT ADS i^^^^^^^-*™^^™^"""""^"""^^^^™^™™ '-• " ii WANTED — CAR REPAIRING. car wir oncixcvij *H*T» *•*• *--—• Have own trucks. T6p price, -£ Write (A) Advance. ' 17p30 FOR SALE—TiMOtHV SEED, 1941 crop, 8c ib.—K. L. Kuhlman, 4% w. Ernst Oil Station on 169, S. of Algona. 20p29-30 -Dau Garage.. 4u30 FOR SALE—WORK TEAM.—C. E. Detrick, phone 5F4, Algona. 8p30 les. Henry Alke, „ , Wesley, brother of the bridegroom, was the lat- Parly for Ex-Algonians— Mr. and Mrs. John G. McDowell entertained 12 guests Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. "" ' who Charles Lehman, Vinton, were here to spend the ter's attendant. Following the wedding reception, given by the bride's parents, was held at the church. After a short wedding trip, the newlyweds will live on a farm near Buffalo Center. Mrs. Alke, who was graduated from the Algona high school, had been a stenographer for the Bankers Life Insurance company here. Debaters Appear Before Club— The high school debating team, which ranked second in the state this spring, was on the program at a Presbyterian Men's club meeting _ last evening at the j n {he o ~» v-»\_iiiiit, ct L L11C ] ff tilt church. Principal McDowell was ! Youth week-end with Mr. Lehman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Leh man. Charles, a former car salesman for the Kent Motor Co hpre, now operates his own garage. D. A. R. lo Celebrate— The D. A. R.'s will meet for one o'clock luncheon next Tuesday at Mrs.. Wm. K. Ferguson's, hostesses Mesdames Hugh Raney, Raymond Norton, H. L. Gilmore, and Ella Laird. The program will be in celebration of the Algona ceremony, a organization's 18th birthday. Mrs. J. O. Paxspn, first regent of the chapter, will be on the program. Annual Church Meeting The Presbyterians will hold their annual business meeting at 8:30 Friday evening at the church. There will be election of trustees and elders, also reports from all of the "organizations. Lunch will be served by the wives of the trustees. Woman's Club Tomorrow The Woman's club will meet at 2:30 Friday at the library, and the program will be on Religion Mrs. Craig Smith will entertain her bridge club this evening at two tables. There are three new members: Mrs. Harold Walker, Mrs. Carl Haafe, Mrs. Richard Norton. Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway entertains three small girls from 10 a. m. till one p. m. today in honor of her daughter Sandra's fourth birthday anniversary. St. Benedict WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, phone 13 on 96, Burt. 9p29-32 FOR RENT — FARM HOUSE with electricity.—John Long Jr., Burt. 8p29-30 MAN WANTED FOR RaWleigh route of-300 families. Write to- day.r-Rawleigh's, Dept 1AD-10- SA., Freeport, 111. ...17(2)30 I DO CUSTOM SHEEP SHEAR- ing and buy wool. Have rigw two-man outfit.—Phone 13F31, S. A. Gardner, Algona. . 16p30 =' BRING YOUft CALVES Saturday^ We hivC belt Lrtfeta on SatU haves a good rnarket^ pigs also, ttftyttone. Ottf and cattle marketg.are Be sure to tall 819. --\ Bros. (Milwaukee yards). p29> Iowa. SALE-CEMENT i* ~t * ,^4. ^i-iij. •-- • Christehsen, . Ringst C( , 17P30-31 WANTED — CUSTOM SHEAR- ing.—Frank Lewis, Carl Weiner, phone 805 Lone Rock or 1004 E. McGregor, Algona. 13p30-31 FOR SALE—MILK COWS AND brood sows. — J. Corwith, 616-12. W. Johnson, SS&lp30 FOR SALE—HUBAM SWEET clover, $9.60 bu. — Algona Flour & Feed Co. Ilp28-31 FOR SALE — CHOICE B^SON flax seed, $3 bu.—Phone 3311, R. C. Bauer, Wesley. 12u3C FOR SALE — DUROC BRED gilts for May farrow. Also young work horses.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 15u30tf WANTED—SOMEONE TO DO housework and care for children while mother away for operation.—Algona phone 14F131. 17p30 FOR RENT — SEVEN ROOM modern house. Two block AUTOMOBILE We have over 1000 cars trucks insured through the office. Get our rates before you buy or renejv your insurance. 80%: collision insurance at a 40% saving. --L. S. Bohannon, over S. & LV Store. * Phone 130. / 34(2)20-22-24-26-28-30 ESAftfo 6P TftANKS-Our hcnn fcit thank* to all who extend-i comforting sympathy an d hoi ; our recent sorrow. For the beau tiful service, floral offerings nn,i ottier .kindnesfies, we are dee'iZ grateful.—Mr. and Mrs T T Halpin, Mr. and Mrs. Will' c! Walker, Mr. and Mrs r Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J.'M'P,. jterson, Mr.and.JMrs. Wyatt Walk- FOR and i l 'l>tho, fjf to*r * jj streets' er. SPEHAIS Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer had as Easter Sunday guests the Everett Steussys, Mason City, Mrs. Francis Miller, Des Moines, son Robert, Lorena Huschka, of PR ___ vnrro r>An i,,, i * St. Joe, Mrs. Josephine Rosen- PRESERVE YOUR CAR by let- meyer, and Arthur Rosenmeyer ting us .clean it up repair, and and Mrs. Francis Kieele here. P amt thc fenders.—Dau Garage. WANTED—FEW MORE boarders, 75c per day.—Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, phone 959-L.W. 12p30 and Mrs. Francis Kiegle here. Mrs. Miller remained for the vcek with her • mother. Robert works at an ordnance plant at 14u30 WANTED—FARM GIRL FOR housework on farm. No small from main street. . age, garden.—Phone Dick Sorensen. Double gar 876 or se 18p3 FOR SALE—SEE OUR AGENT or write or call at the hatchery for our new prices on heavj males and Leghorn and Rock Crossed males.—Welp's Hatchery Bancroft, Iowa. 28(230 Anirrm,, Tv, n n,,,r^ *£I" ir~\ "ouseworK on larm. INO smaia Ankeny The Rev. Father Kra- children .—Mrs. O. E. Ely, Wesmer, Halbur, was a recent caller j ev y> at the local rectory. ' A Downs reunion was held at Julius Seller's on Easter Sunday in honor of Mrs. Catherine. -. —„, Downs' birthday, and attending Wesley. MORT-O-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage goes twice as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf Home in Relation Mrs. J. c. to were the Homer and Ed. Downs families, Titonka; the Tony Hil- mans, Wesley, ajid the J. Downs family, St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr received a Western Union Easter telegram Monday from the son FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans. Gerrnination good.—O., E. Ely, 1 mi. west, 5^ north of j POTATOES — COBBLERS and 12p30tf j Early Ohio seed, $2 sack from ~M ; 1941 certified. Large solid Cob- bean seed. Germination 99%-!K e J|' $1 ; 59 £ W V £°i ^ Cobblers ' Cecil Bjustrom , Whittemore, $L07 cwt — East End Gloce ^ n phone 3212. 12 P 30 { 22 P 30 FOR SALE - USED wardrobe i FERTILIZER - NOW IS~ THE WdIUIODC| tlme t() p j an your _ ert ,jjj, er needs. Friday and Saturday Consumers Wholei -— + Food Stores REGULAR or DRIP GRIND BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 29c 1 Ib. JAR GENUINE DELICIOUS WHEATIES IOC Pk 9 . I ' When Your Hindi Arc Tender Vtt SPARK m t ' '; \, 9 w*5 LARGE SIZE ..Stokelys. Burns Nugent and Richard Palmer, on the negative, debated the same state question "Resolved, that every able-bodied male citizen of the U. S. should be required to have one year of com- , l;lt , pulsory military training before I Mr Wed Tweniy-Six Years— Buthman Ralph Dallas, Tex., where he was _ taking part in an army day par- 958- ade, etc. Chuck Senenfelder, of Dows, FOR SALE—MUCKDEN SOY- an y standard analysis, brother of Mrs. Fred Erickson | beans. Germination 95%. Ready & Co -> Algona, la. 32u28-31 Aona D hone nees ' ws R ed Algona, phone ^^ We can give you quick ^ service and economical price on Swift here, spent the Easter week-end to plant.—Alvin L. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter here! " A *'"'" °" i '" wedding anni- Mrs. Carrie Erickson has come They spent home from her daughter Mrs. Sunday with Ben Brink's, Bancroft, after some E. Stewart, '" "-—- ... Weber, Lu Ilp30-31 Manson. n Mr. and Mrs. OTHER SOCIETY. --«_»— —• .. -o> •*»** u« vji "-gwi y Studer, and Rita Arend returned attaining the present draft age, as a uermanent policy." A 6:45 dinner was "served before the program. The following women were hostesses: Mrs. McDowell, chairman, Mrs C B Murta^h. Mrs. R. S. Blossom! £""% dinner on 'Ea'ster' Sunday'', ^ Mrs. Young, and Mrs. Delmar i Guests were the LeRoy Schiltz Frank Grandjennett and Lor- Clopton. family, Bancroft, the William ralne Arnd °rfer, Armstrong, vis- Boschs, Whittemore, the Arnold L ted the home folks °ver Easter Mike, and Joseph Jr. Elberts and Sunday, Frank at Leo Ludwig's, mf* rtall CTritrir'c' /"'^v.*—«i _i._ i . , LnTfllTlP at .TnVi r» A t*r* A f*-*f r.-*. 1 )n REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc. Hereford, Berk "«-weeks there convalescing from a 'hire, and Yorkshire boars Ben Giant pullets, 2-3 sick spell. Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf $15.90. — Hamilton George Ludwig Mrs. Gregory | vnTt p „ T „ _ Bancroft, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert la ? 1 Thursda y fr °m Avon, Minn., Sr., cast of town, entertained at wherc the y attended the funeral f nmil y dinner on Easter °f Fran k Immerfall. Club Plans The Wa-Tan-Ye j-icciiiiM— «,i,vu, aim josepn Jr. Alberts and """""ji -ciani. ai j_,eo L.UQWI ^club met at j the daughters Carmel, student at Lora ! ne at Joh n Arndorfer's. 1IP^flHTT mmn_ ! T nP TTrrn^il 4 r\v» 1,-. .„: i-. T ifllQ .ToVtTicr^*^ -nmn 1 — i. . „„ Algona hotel Tuesday even- ' 'he Ham iiton business '"college'' . Lois John son was lately ing for 6:30 dinner and a busi- 1 Mason City, and Dolores clerk brou e ht h °me from a hospital, at Graham's store ' after her recent appendicitis op- The Presbyterian Aid will er A ti0n ' ., ^ meet this afternoon at The * C - a l d * party last week Mon . meeting was oost ^ y " lg * Was not as wel1 attend- poned from last week Thursdav n - 3S USUal> 80 plates bein S laid. Hostesses will be MesH™ T^ P"«s went to Mrs. J. T. Lallier ness session, 25 members attending. Dorothy Butts, member of a Wa-Tan-Ye club at Washington, D. C.. was a guest of Ruth Tumor. Dorothy is home on a church This meeting" was" post- ^ _ -- ^ «.. 1.1 ponecl from last v—'- •"• week's Easter vacation. At the | Hostesses will be OATT. mr.,—' SALE—TEAM OF HORSES SPECIAL SALE—LEG. COCK-! erels 3 wks. old, $4.90; heavy cockerels, 3 wks. old, $14.90; Leg. Rock cockerels, wk. old, $6.90; wks. old, Hatchery, 30(3)29tf Crisco STOKELY'S Green G«KC PLUMS No. 2'/4 CAN 19c Cleans. B ; STdKELY'S No, 2'/ 2 CAN HALVES YELLOW CLING PEACHES . . IOD1ZE1 ' Fr« SoJ fcor 19= ( SAU "" "-""-"^ jLJ^njri up ruJKoKSi """"— — 7 and 11 years, wt. 1400, sound, FOR SALE—SEED POTATOES good work horses.—See Milt at' First year certified Ohio, Cob- OltlCINAL COCO HARDWATER CASTILE KIRKS COCO IIAROWATER SOAP _ 3 BARS STOKELY'S No. 2^ CAN FANCY FRUIT COCKTAIL . . 23c STOKELY'S No. 2'/ 2 HALVES UNPEELED APRICOTS . . 23c Gamble Store. 17p30 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR drain- 3rd clealed bv .—Dau Garage. bler ' and Warba. Cobblers and Warbas, $2.39 a bae; Ohios, $2.59 100 bags Red River Valley Ohio tagged seed, $2.25 per bag. Eating stock, $2 per 100 Ibs.— H. R. 15u30 , Zumach, Whittemore. 38(2)28-30 money contribute " the ' RichardVon' 6 a defense bond i Mrs. Fred for the club. The club will moot at the library. A Mother's day party for May 5 was planned. Doloeates were chosen for the national convention at Dnlinnue May 17-19: Helen Brickner, Gennvieve Sterling, Dnrleen Immerfall, delegates; Frances Schultz. Rita Dooley, Rosella Voigt, alternates. Townsend Club Hears Speaker- Members and friends of the Townsend club mr-t at. the Lepion hall Monday evening to hear Dr. C. M. Houser, Casper, Wyo., who gave one of the most dynamic talks the club has heard. The club had another Penny Supncr Tuesday evening, and during supper Verner Sands and Frank Tint* entertained with musical selections. A short business meeting was followed by cards and a dance. A. M. Anderson, publicity chairman, was given a big send-off it being his birthday, and hp was presented with a hupe birthday cake which was served for lunch The next meetine will be held at the same place Tuesday evening, April 21, when there will be special entertainment, followed by a dance. Shower for Miss Geigel— Georga Ann Geigel was honoree at a miscellaneous shower last evenin? (Wednesday) at the Fenton Methodist church Hostesses were Fenton women. Miss Geigel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Geigel, Irvington. has taught music in the Fenton schools for a year and half and previous to that taught at Cush- mg. Shn is to be married to Gerald Voigt, Fenton, at the Presbyterian church, Algona Friday evening in a 7:30 candlelight ceremony. The Rev. C C Richardson, pastor, will officiate. Leaion Auxiliary Prooram The Lepion Auxiliary will meet next Monday evening at 8 and what is pronounced a fine program is to be given "Mistress Mary's Garden." Girls taking part will be Janice Bartholomew, Evelyn Dau, Ann Stillman Joan PJetch, Beverly Andrews Laura Ann Neville, Ruth Ann Spear. Mary Lou McDonald, De- Ions Devlin, Joan Hoffman, Mildred Jones, and Mary Ann Timm, with Joan Pletch as accompanist. Mrs. Jos. Pelisek's division has charge. tions. wOl le ' will lead devo- business meetin, it WM decided I wroflT^"^ 1 Henry"cffi.^ ^**& *^ ^ &>?*£ to have an "eatless" meeting on David King, Marc Moore rr M ? Mah °n and Celia Nelson, at ,^ r _'L 2 L ant ? contribute the Richardson and T±° r %,P,u5 Bridge. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, Wesley, also won a prize. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen and AXTdS, D ^ Cnt r tained -nn^^^T^lSd^ t™^ Se^^erc^eret ^^^^ Bormann^gS dish luncheon. Mrs E L Wolcott,- honoree at a shower, was -"«"»*) ^ A.^guiia> went to Dell Rapids, S. D., to attend the funeral of Henry Bormann Sunday. Henry was a Daughters Tonight— The Catholic DauphtTS will have a business and social meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at ' he , a ™? p my hall, Mesdames Mildred Wmkel and Loretta Lichter hostesses. The committee in charge consists of Mesdames Matt Scnnlan. Laura McEnroe Izma Montag, Agnes Eichlter ThHma Giossi, Eva Gisch, and Josephine Stanton, also Tracy Holtzbauer. Skatincr Partv i« A First Lutheran Luther Sturdy As An Old Oak Chrisehilles Store to your complete DRESSES—New big son juniors are here—bright w . e " ™ y hi tes for graduation. AI8) of ladies' redingotes (18V 2 to 22v \ better dre S se 8 from Famous a nd2) makes-fc sheers ( na vy and jackets ... priced ap D ° Hs Dod - prlnt8 - '»* courteous treatment, the AFTER-EASTER STIMULATORS > Chrisehilles Store THE BEST ' AT LOW COST Genuine LEWIS LYE CAN ARG.O onStore Stock for Sale Dates Onlv CONSUMERS WHOLESALE FOOD STOUKS :heca", « will m \*m <t IO;H Dlhou: oppos — — — *—• -^^^^^^^^»^pi Argo— I Lb. Pkg. CORN OR GLOSS STARCH 2 PKGS. -itzen, TOILET SOAP •TM SOAP THAT AGBiiS WITH VOM9 KELLOGGS TALL CANS CORN FLAKES! IAI "I li " • PKG. 3 CANS .-.c PKGS. lOc PKGS. DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE IfURN Golden u oz ( EARLY GARDEN 16 oz. CAN _FINEST GRADE No. 2 CAN DEL MONTE SOLID PACK TOMATOES ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^ 'roducts 1 2p_ r 2lc I2i/ 2 c 3 For 25t No. 2 CAN '2|^C Seed Potatoes Sweet Juicy Calif. N>"l LARGE SIZE— FiiiMl BUY DEPENDABLE TASTIER LOWER MEATS COATS—So many folks told us Saturday, how swell our coats were all sizes from jaunty misses "boy" coats in tweedes to rich, navy semi - fitted half sizes for the hard-to-fit customer. Priced SUITS-We have some beautiful suits left — both the sport and dressmaker types in all wool mixtures and fine navy twills and suitings —sizes from 12 to 221/, and priced within the reach of all— $12-85 to $29-50 . $itoo $1 ° <95; also celebr ^ed and with$25,00 at PRICES Choice Corn-Fed MIF Oven Roast, Ib. 21c Tender Juicy Prime Rolled Bibs, Ib. 29c Leau weaty Short Riba Jb.l5c ROUND STEAK ib. Trj-H >'uue Better, I Algona Creamery BU1TER Ib. 3/c Fresh Cot. Cheese. Ib Spread Cheese. 4.,,, Sharp Cheedar... 7b Amer. or Brick LOAF Cheese,.Jb. Longhorn Cheese, Ib. , IENDEBLQIMS ***Presh Cut PORKCHOPS Lamb Leg», U> t Shoulder Lamb, Pickled - Herring Short Hamburg Style stfifl 1 Summer Frankfurt^] HEADS Dressed Ib. Northern caught

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