Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1942
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MRS, M'FALL, OF FENTON, IN SUDDEN DEATH Fenton, Apr. 21_Funeral ser- X£ e lr W »t 1 V onducted Monday at S? e ,Methodist church for Mrs. T. ft McFall, who died Saturday at T»n^° m A of . her da "ghter, Mrs. Jennie Armstrong, Blue Earth The Rev. J. G. wlterman, £?£ had charge of the service" with Cemetery! 1 th6 10Cal Meth °dist Mrs. McFall was born at Jeffersonville, Ind., May 2, 1868, and ?L C f t0 nT i 29 ' 1885 ' was mar^if-M at Osk ,? loosa - Th ere are six *K en 'i a A, of whom wrvive f °r ^he last 29 years the McFalls Mr ™ ^ n ,, al ? d around Fenton. Fa11 is ™ livin e and the I in"!?-' Mrs " Armstrong; ' McFall, Cedar Rapids; Mrs Kite, New Sharon; R. Q. w 11 ' °l kal °° s a; Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Frank, Fenton. Ther are 19 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchildren. One siste Mrs. Ella Quick, lives at S J-iOUlS. ^5^1 °* town rela tives attend ing the funevnl were Mrs. Arm strong, Art and Donald Arm strong, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Armstrong, all of Blue Earth Mrs. Henry Neubiuer Jr., Mrs Leonard Neubauer, and Mrs Henry Neubauer Sr., all of Wells Mi™ ; Mr. and Mrs. CarJye Schuttleworth, Le Roy, Minn Mr. and Mrs. T O. McFall, Ce° ar RaP^s, daughter Frances; the R G. McFalls and Mr. and M ^' i£ C V, Hite ' Os kaloosa; Mr «" d Mrs Donald Kite, of New Sharon; Mrs. Charles Quick, Mrs. Glen Haley, and Mr. and Mrs A c - Quick, all of St. Louis. Irvington Boy Sent Cable From London Roacoe Yager, Once of Fenton, is Dead Fenton AprT 22—Mr. and Mrs. George Yager here received telegram Tuesday that their s< Roscoe, Yakima, Wash., had di( suddenly. He had not been good health, but his condition" had not been known here to be serious. He formerly operated grocery store here but left dozen or more years ago H s wife, the former Irene Weisbrai, daughter of the late Mr. and Mris Jacob Weisbrod, and two chi- dren survive. He was a brother of Weber Yager and Mrs. ClaJ- <mce Wegener, Fenton, and Mr " Bailey, Seneca. ATTENTION 4-COBNER HUBBIESi WIVES PLOT Four Corners, Apr 22 --. The Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday Vith Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank Mrs. John McNeill assisting, 23 members and fdtif visitors attending. The visitors were Mrs J. D. Ditsworth, M°™ Howard Lowman, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and Marjorie Drayton Loretta Broesder gave a paper on birds. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Ru Sse ll Walker; vice, Mrs. Otto Harlan; second vice, Mrs. Everett Witham; sec- t-nf ot^»> n « J i— ^ . .. * _? Whittemore Party Visit* Colony of • Russians in 3. D. Whittemore, Apr. ence WU and 22•-* Clar- Mrs. Otto With MM. *-*"-^: TTutgeii ana Keene, Whittemore, . Midhael Wiltgen, Bode, drove to Salem, S. D.> one day last week to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilt- SHUTS SHOES, ELKS WOMEN BOWLERS TIED gen visi The . . . . . En route the local party tecf a little Russian colony is a primitive community. Russians have their own FENTON JUNIORS AND SENIORS IN BANOUE * ^_ r , The Fenton juniors banqueted * i f en ' ors Friday evening a1 Arlos Grill here. The prograiv committee consisted of Ros'emaryi Fmnestad, Phyllis Gibbons, and Migene Schmidt, and the theme was Ship Ahoy, as follows: Seniors, Faculty, Classmates,, Robert Berkeland; Hi! Juniors and Faculty! Melvin Berkeland- Ideals and' Goals, LaVonne Newel; Pleasant Memories, Phyllis Gade; Anchors Aweigh, Supt. V. J. Tatum; How About You? Song directed by Bernice Prew; On the Bridge, Fern Carlson; Yesterday, Harlan Holldorf. Decorations were in the senior colors, blue and gold, with blue ignthouse place cards bearing names in gold. Blue program ooks and gold anchors, blue nut ups trimmed in gold and a cen- erpiece, a large model ship, were ther decorations. The decorating committee con- sted of Bernice Prew, Lucille entz, and Charlotte Thomas . (re-elected); assistant, Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom; Mrs. Howard —*.— *KM.?oiaiia nave uimr own mills and are content to work for each bther. The advance of science is ^unknown in the commun- — — — " " * VIAUJU j OCV*~ «-»«*»»»njTr*i AII me VU111I1IUI.I* and treasurer, Mrs. Hu- ltv - Bright red and purple cos- mHomon /„„ ,.i__i_js. ... tumes aro worn by the women who also wear long dresses. Kven the dresses of small daughters barely able to walk are floor- w-iu •»»•*" vvcc > «iis. jtiowara " lc "icooea 01 smau aaugnters Tnhnn-' , Mlld red Robinson, Mrs. barely able to walk are floor- John Rich, and Mrs. Earl Miller; length. The colony is located S* w ? £ comn i ittee . Mrs. Ever- southwest of Alexander, and ett Witham, Mrs. Arthur Jack- then knowledge of cattle-raising man, and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom; j evidenced by their sleek herds,' Mrs. John Rich; news is 'outstanding. [ SERVICE GALLERY. Lu Verne, Apr. 22—A picture cabinet has been placed in the !? r an u° e , lobby ,°. f the Farmers State bank m which photographs of all young men from the Lu Verne community in military service are to be placed. It was put up by J. A. Nelson, cashier. ' F. Eula meetin e will be at 's on April 30, Clara tvnK » is3tin ^' and ro11 call will be on Bad Traits of My Husband. A paper on foreign marriage customs will be read by Elsie j Lindeman, and Beth Annis will speak. The women's bowling tournament is finished, and is a tie be- ween Shilts Shoes team and the 21k Cleanefs. fhe Modern Dry Cleaners team placed second; Barker's Drug, third. Members of winning teams are: Elks—Phyllis Good, Roberta Simpson-Miller, Lulla Kohl, Jean Kinsey, and Frances Speraw, substitutes; Shilts—Gladys P.ul- son Joyce Schwarm, Bernice Devine, Pearl Walker, and substi- ;utes, Eileen Nelson, Mrs. P. J. Waldron, and Mrs. Lloyd. In the men's bowling tournament, the Pioneer team, Algona, and Interstate, Titonka, are tied, and the two teatris will "play off the tie sometime this week or next. 'Bill' Barry Jr. has a "handicap tournament in progress this week which will be on every night, also Monday and Tuesday night next week. A mixed double was bowled last night, and other games consist of doubles, singles, and teams. Ten EwrolHii Two Fenton Cub Pack* Fenton, Apr. 22 *- Cub !%ck troops were organized at the schoolhouse here laSt Thursday evening. TvtfS troops 6! five boy* each were organized, and Oliver Stoeber is leader. Each \roop ha* a 'den* mother ahd a 'dert'/Athet with whom H will meet weekly. Den* hiothers are Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Mrs. Wilbert Hblldprf; 'den' fathers, Paul Cornelius, Allan Bellinger, and Dr. 'E. W. jRuske. 'Chef DeSart, Algona, county commissioner for Cub" bing, and Dr. H. D. Meyer, Algona, Cub Pack Master, were in attendance at the meeting. tn -._.-. JTU. «-^PM j County Ball League Begins Play May 17 UNION FARMER SICK. . ."pf. 22—Doflald Onrd* net, *on of Mr. ahd Mrs. Floyd Gaf^rfer, tJnion township, is ser- ibusljr-' sick with double pneumonia^ at the Ko»»Uth hospital. ft^i-OifdHiSFr.-.^'//.! 1 !^.--^ Gteek wnship larmet ii niartied. and as two children. His wife is the former irma Dee Rotipe, daughter of Mrs. Chas. Ruope, Algona. to h V^tT^fr^ ftts^JssS! CMC one lino ?n'I cntl y htf ?&^.'£«X* tvhlr>V> ..._ —Buy Defense Bond*— The Kossuth Baseball League held an organization meeting Monday everting at Burt and laid sldns for the summer. Geo. P. Ha\vcott, Burt, was elected president, and Eric Seegebarth, secretary. There will be eight teams: St. Joe, Algona, Lotts Creek, Lone Rock, Wesley, Titonka, Bancroft, and Armstrong. The first game will be played May 17. Drawings for games have not yet been made. Irvington, Apr. 22— Mr and Mrs. Roy Blythe, who had not del" Blvfh 1 thSir S ° n ' Sgtfwen- aell Blythe since he left Amer- knnwn ly ,f ^ Winter for "> unknown destination, received a cablegram from him at Easter ffi 18 /" 11 he was at n, England, and was well WILL STUDY SCOUTING. m L ^°T a ' Apr ' 22 —'Thomas (Bud) Hamfan, coach here for the last year, will leave May 1 to take up professional Boy Scout work. He has been appointed to a training school in New Jersey for a month's intensive training and when he has finished will be given choice of several territories for his work. Mrs. Hanifan will visit her parents at Radcliffe during his absence. TITOXKA Senior Play «7 "Ever Since Eve " THREE-ACT COMEDY PRESENTED BY SENIOR CLASS A. H. S. A. H. S. AUDITORIUM Friday, May 1, 1942 8 P. M. ADMISSION: Adults, 30c. Students, 20c. Reservations: James Drug Store Thursday, April 30, Friday, May 1. imViiNASW f sovi.tou cS^LcoVcStl^a PLACE YOUR ORDEH NOW HI-LO IS SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY Vallo V. Naudain Dealer Jn all kinds of COAL ALGONA, IOWA Phones: 212W • 212R 317 E, State Street. Fancy Whole Kernel CORN No 2 cans for. ARY STEVE] SALAD DRESSING 13c TOMATO JUICE 20-oz. cans FOLGER'S COFFEE SPRING Calls for new Curtains, Bed Spreads and T t low us to show you the newer thines it M na you wish to pay. the 1 New Spring Curtains m $fi m g&3&-. <CSi~ ^ 4-o/. lOc tiea Rooster COFFEE Had Rooster COFFEE <-a.ioi oncea DILL PICKLES 1 Ib - OOf* >_• bag: fctU " L!21c Caro1 Crcam can . .No. 2 can 2 No. 2 cans 18K RlETS.-2.17c CREAM OF WHEAT CEREAL U/UCAT WHEAT A V v_>- fifel //' ! 3&K m W/c «' '*,»•>•. W ), •wV** EVERY \E}\ STYLE for SUN RICH CORN FLAKES 3 tor__._ 20C s OXYDOL 4 ^rl/ ^ 17/2C 13c POTTED MEATe» s 2,« r 15c Pkg.___ JELL-IT ALGONA BUTTER 38c „, «« z :J >k9 - Gra p° Nui s WHEAT MEAL BISQUICK , r , Softasnk CAKE FLOUR SPAM . HED RIPE TOMATOES 11 SOAP GRAINS 3 No. "2 cans___ Irg. Pkgs.__ DESSERT POWDER 19c • • pkgr. 12-oz. TAPIOCA £ 27c CAMAY SOAP 28c CAROL BLUING CRISCO .... WJAILntS Car0 f n fi Seedless RAISINS .. • 3 for 20C • . . S-oz. 9C CHOCOLATE H 1-lb. • • • cello 10c f-oPAPEK P & G NAPHTHA SOAP 10 S 43c 45c SPAGHEtTI 23c Qualit Meats Rayon Marquisette! Voile! Grenadine Extra Special "Quaker" Lace Panels. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 98c panel COLORFUL SPRING LINENS! n house— these sun bright linens. .«#v5d ># *** X'* ***Z *<% S4.V -v*«^ *M**I NO. 10 APRICOTS each LETTUCE " w heads bunches oc GROUND BEEF •. 15c I FAM BEEP lb. • • '• • 19c COOP'S t C. A • ,. •\AA>^-^^ S7 .Hand Printed Luncheon Sets! als mS Un eSh Cl .° thS) hand Printed "in brilliant flor- ine na t- ' m a11 P 0 PUUir sizes, all with match- ipKins—pre-laundered and ready to use. Chenille and Bate* Bed Spreads atyljzed floral Patten* ' VI3IT OUR LOWER FLOOR

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