Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1942 · Page 4
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PAQIB Algpnlan Weds at Bancroft _ Eileen Patricia, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray, Ban croft, and Omer, son of Mrs Mayme Kelly, Algona, were mar ried last Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at St. John's church, Bancroft. A single-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev Father J. B. Scholtes before an altar decked with yellow and white snapdragons. _ The bride was attired in a rob ins-egg blue dress with navy blue accessories and a corsage of white roses. She was attended by her cousin, Mary Elaine Devine, Cherokee, who wore a navy blue dress with a corsage of yellow roses. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Joseph, Chicago. The new Mrs. Kelly attended St. John's school, Bancroft, and St. Catherine's school, St. Paul. She had been in Bankers Life employ at Des Moines. Mr. Kelly, who was graduated from St. Cecelia's academy, attended college at Creighton and Notre Dame. He is now doing defense work at Detroit. A wedding dinner was served to members of the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents, after which the couple left for Detroit. Group of 66 Leave for Army Camp" KQ8SOTH COOOTY ADVANCE, AMONA. IOWA ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBBFMBBBB^IMBMHBllfcEBMiHBMMBBMIIilMBMIIIIifcMillfcMB^liiiii^^MMlafcM^ii^ FOR SALE—FRESH LARD.— Lewis Brbesder, 26F24 Algona, Burt P. O. 10p34 FOR SALE—DUCK EGGS, 50c per dozen.—Mrs. Homer Dodds, phone 19F111, Algona. ilp34 FOR SALE-1938 De Luxe 2-door sedan. Price* tosdt-Ca** Lo« FOR SALE — MUKDEN i ! tol beans; also 939 hybfidl^few corn.—Carl Hutchins, Algbnl^ 12p33*3< MALE HOG — BLACK. CALL evenings, four miles east Burt. —Roy Mann, Burt, la. 12(2)34-35 FOR SALE—1938 OLDS coupe good conditioq, two extra tires, ""V— See Joel M. Herbst. 13u34 I WISH TO ANNOUNCED : candidacy for Supervise* ffrorrt the Third district in th6 Jan<5 primaries.—J. C. Skbw. i7p32-37 WAITRESS WANTED — Experienced or inexperienced; 6 days a week.—Dermand's Cafe. 11U34 WANTED — 1940 OATS FOR feeding purposes.—C. R. Schoby, Bode, phone 28F31, Algona. Ilp34 WANT TO SELL — ELECTRIC range, baby bed, high fKaf nursery chair, toilet seat. — W B. Wafford, 308 S. Thoringtbh; Algona. 17(2)3^ FOR SALE — GOOD HAMP- shire yearling boar; also Mukden soybeans, germination-•90%» $2.00 per bu. bin run. — Fkul Blumer, Livermore. 4 17(2)34 FOR RENT—MAY 15, DENNIS Pratt 6-room modern house on McGregor St. Phone 880 or 170. I4u34SS LARGEST CONTINGENT to leave tag, with 66 men answering the roll call Wa-tan-yans Enierlain Moihers- The Wa-Tan-Ye business girls club entertained at a Mothers & Daughters banquet Monday evening in the dining room of the Algona hotel, and there were 55 members, mothers, and guests in attendance. A U-shaped table was decorated with tulips, mixed flowers, and lilacs, and each mother or other guest was presented with a carnation upon entering the dining room. Darleen Immerfall and Lavon Sankey had charge of the program, and the decorating com- mitte consisted of Adah Carlson Jessie Smith, and Ruth Turner. Rose Lampe, president of the club, presided, and gave a welcome address to the mothers. The rest of the program follows- Origin of Mother's Day Darleen Immerfall; humorous poem, Rita Dooley; How I Met Your Father, Laura Mitchell; How I Met Your Mother, Lucille Peterson; vocal solo, Angels of Mercy ^Pd T lt for Tat, Anita Rose -rs-onmaas, accompanied at the piano by Josie McEvoy; Group Singing led by Rachel Becker with Flora Tiss at the piano a Raymond Meyer, Bernard Bell. Third row— Amos COU " ty '" lhe present ™ leli ; ia. t Friday morn Car '°»° Wen ' Melvin Miner, John Wesley B*rnhard, Leroy Woods Townsend Club Meeting— The Townsend club No. 1 met, -„-. . at the Legion hall Tuesday even- Haisman. mg. The Auxiliary, under chair- " manship of Mrs. Wm. Ladendorff, reported that ten boxes of cookies had been sent to members serving with the armed, forces. The club voted to buy a defense bond as part of a nationwide program of Townsend clubs to finance a bomber. Reports of a recent sixth dis- •trict convention were given by •delegates who attended. Members of visiting clubs were present from Whittemore and the Algona Townsend club No. 2. The club council will' meet Monday evening with Mr and Mrs. Albert Weishaar. It was announced that at the -next club meeting Tuesday even-- ing, May 19, the Auxiliary, with co-operating committees, will! give a reception and dance in i honor of Mrs. A. M. Anderson, i club president who was recently elected president of the sixth dis- j trict council. This automatically '• put Mrs. Anderson on the state board. FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans. Germination 90-94%.— One mile east St. Benedict, John Arend. — — FOR SALE—SEED CORN. Some' of that super Indiana Hybrid seed corn, the corn that stahds the wind, $2.50 up.—A. C. Car- licle, Whittemore. 22p34-36 FOR SALE — McCORMICK- Deering hay baler on rubber. 16x18, 2 years old.—Henry Alke, Titonka. 14p34-35 FOR SALE— 6-ROOM MODERN bungalow, fine fruit and garden, two lots, $3400. — See Joel M. Herbst. FOR SALE —200 A. WELL JM- proved, known as the Stephen Tjaden farm north of Algbria^ $87.59 per acre. Call or see' O. B.- Anderson, Forest City, la., £r, Jelle Tjaden, Woden, la. 30p34-36 phone Nf ED - ttfcipate- Itt. ai ^ ction0 **, Whittemore mothers, Sunday, May 24 Academy hall, Whittemore, 80 tnf For particulars write Mrs Rusch, Secretary. 24u34 CARD OF THANKS-THE ktad". ness and sympathy of neighbors and friends In our recent sorrow will always remain with us ; a precious memory. Our sin- vin acres fetoil thanks and Oil VICTORY Economy DRESS] Rack FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans, clean. Germination 95%. —Mrs. Louise Peter, Algona, phone 7F12. FOR SALE — MUKDEN SOY- beans. Germination 99%.— Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore, phone 3212. Ilp34 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf| FOR SALE — McCORMICK- Deenng F12 tractor and culti- £ ato £~T; Victor Feeders, 810 East North St., Algona. 12p33-34 WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 Wedding of 1912 Recalled— Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, south of Irvington farmers, celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary last week Thursday April 30. In honor of the event a dance was held at the Irvington hall, where their wedding dance was held 30 years ago. The Von Bank orchestra furnished the music Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, Algona, attendants then of the couple, were present for the dance, and the two couples exchanged pictures the same as they did 30 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer were presented with a chair from the guests. Mrs Kramer was Elizabeth Brass before marriage. The Kramers have six children, four girls and two boys. Four of the children are married and living on farms adjoining the home farm They are: Mrs. Aivina Thilges] Mrs. Anna Bormann, Mrs. Helen Kenne, and Ralph Kramer. Evelyn and Ernest are at home. Fa A ewells for the Wilierns— Mrs. O. B. Wittern and her children, Shirley and Jack" were entertained at courtesies last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore entertained at 6 p. m. dinner Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll entertained at dinner Saturday noon, and Mrs Sidney Spear was hostess at bunday dinner. Mrs. Wittern and the children are leaving; fa three weeks for a new home at Washington D. C., where Mr. Wittern has been in government employ two months. Mr. Wittern was formerly a painter with Albert Hagg here. The Naomi Circle will enter- M m w-» fare ^f J 1 part y honoring Mrs Wittern Friday at Mrs. Myron Ludwig's, and all Rebekahs are invited to attend. Mother-Daughter Banquet— The eighth annual Mother and Daughter banquet given by the Methodist Home Builders Sun day school class took place las evening at the church, and Mrs Leon Blake, Estherville, was speaker. Mrs. Donald Miller served as toastmistress; Mrs H M Burns, invoked grace; violin solo, Rosalie Swanson; "wel- c °™ e -'; M rs- J- L Peer; response, £? n fB ^ hm , an - A trio, consisting of Marilyn Tuttle. Marjorie 2S"«; an - d s - hirle ?: Helber e san e. and the junior choir also sane Mrs, O. A. Lindgren led groX singing and Mrs. J. C. Buthman gave the benediction. uinman First row—Joe Dubowski, SERIOUS ABOUT SAVING? Buy JVAWtfregulargas • Gat. .167c During the automobile endurance test in 1939, sponsored by the automobile manufacturer* the car that stood up best and ran the longest time used our gas 100 per cent. That is proof we have quality gas at a saving to you. BEST grade kerosene per gallon, 10c. Gun Grease at no advanced prices. VikingOil Co. Near Milwaukee Depot E. B. CARLSON, Manager Station attendants: Ray Beech, Bud Weir — ™ ^^- •^•^-^ ™ ^^^^- CHRISCHILLES FOR SALE-240 A, GOOD farm, fair bldgs., Kossuth Co., close to Catholic church and sch'dOl.' Price, $20,000; $3,000 down, long time on bal. at 4%.—O. B. Anderson, Forest City, la. 28p^4-35 MORT-0-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage goes twice as far with better're- sults. Algona Flour & Feed Co'.; or local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf INVESTMENT BARGAIN 80 acres unimproved $5000, half cash, will assign lease. See us for long time 4% farm loans. No red tape, no commission.—McDonald & Co., phone 125, Algona. p32-35 HALF SEC., CLOSE TO Titonka,good bldgs., all under culitiva- tion except 45 a. blue grass pasture, $26,500; 80 a. unimproved in good community, $100.00 per acre.—Edw. Capesius, Algona. 26u34 STARTED CHICK 'Sale, and 4 > , $I5 ' 90; 3 weeks w t'?'' old ' $13 - 90 '' weck old, ?I1.90. Large assortment "on hand in all breeds, including W Leg and W. Rocks. - Hamilton Hatcheries, Bancroft and Ti- tonfca, la. 38(2)34 NOTICE-WITH THE PRIMAR ies near at hand, I wish to say again that I am the candidate for nomination to the office of supervisor, 1st district, Kossuth county, subject to the republican vote.—Your support will be appreciated.-Frank Clapsaddle, Lu Verne township.. 42534 CHRISCHILLES This is the time to select your new cotton summer dress from this grand collection. We have never had a larger and more complete showing. All prices- new materials, 1942 styling — all combined to make this big promotion one of the most outstanding events we have ever had. But don't wait. Buy today buy your summer's requirements—two, three, or four dresses while we have the supply. 2.45 3.00 4.5° 5.00 -"V-- »° new idea fa ranco Popular, instead clearance our 2 for 1) of the sea placing this tcr* dresses now. These are now „ t dresses ( D f modcd 1 IOIJl-rx . — -« m *X4V*C,0 ESTAB- !£o RFpNA « AnRCH BY ™ E ^NUFACTURERS KEPARED AND HAVE HERE FOR YOU AT PRICES WITH A LOW CEILINJ The Iarge.l and fi ne .t . e l ection of Men . an(J Boy.' Clothing .„«, Shoe, in thi. part of owa. YouCanBuyRightNoi J00°| 0 Pure Worsted :,'?•; Popular BOBBY SUITS a weave, are KEW JTOETTE JDSIOES AT §»°« 6.*o nits for men of all ages and builds. — Hfl.l*f* Q/^Vi o Ptf n — - bchaffner & Marx, Clipper Craft and Grenadier, Single and Double Breasted $29.50, $35 and $45 «T SUITS SLACKS B 4IOR ^^ MM A, 5PORF SPORT COATS $7.95 to 22,50 «.. „,,„ prlM8 .„, Clothiers William,

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