Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1942
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PAGE TEN Stricker-Fraser Wedding Tuesday Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Strieker, Clear Lake and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser, near Algona were married Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Cecelia's church here. The Rev. Father facholtie, Clear Lake, officiated in a single-ring ceremony before an altar decked with flowers Francis Mullins, Whittemore, sang On This Day O Beautiful Mother; Ave Maria, Schubert; Pams Angelicus, Cesar Franck; O Lord I Am Not Worthy. Processional Nuptial March and Men dellsohn's wedding march was the recessional, played by Josie McEvoy at the organ. The bride was attired in a floor-length white taffeta dress and veil and carried a bouquet of white lilies. She was attended by Arlene Fraser, sister of the bridegroom, and Eleanor Miller Clear Lake. Miss Fraser wore a floor-length pink dress and car- r mu a bouc l uet of snapdragons The bridegroom was attended by Sylvester Fuchsen, Whittemore, and Elmer Strickler, Clear Lake. The new Mrs. Fraser was graduated from the Wesley high school. Mr. Fraser was graduated from the Algona high school, then attended Iowa State college, Ames, one year, and Drake „ -, ._^, v **t j ecu., cum LJI. aKe university, Des Moines, one year He is now farming with his father southwest of Algona. A wedding dinner was served at noon to 30 relatives at the Algona Hotel. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home here at 525 North Thorington street. Campfire Girls Wa-lan-Ye Guests The Wa-tan-ye business girls entertained the Algonquin Weto- machick campfire girls at a picnic last week Tuesday evening at thf Ambrose A. Call state park. I he business girls are sponsors of the campfire girls, and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, leader of the campfire group, was also at the picnic. Campfire girls attending were Delores Devlin, Mary Lou McDonald. Beverly Andrews, Ruth Ann Spear, Mary Ann Timm, Joan Hoffman, and Laura Ann Neville. Mildred Jones is also a member, but was not present. The girls will go to camp at Boone next Monday, and will spend nine days there. ^ Ru 4 h J" urner was chairman of the Wa-tan-ye "eats" committee and assistants were Rita Dooley Lucille Peterson, Donna Hill Bernice Dodds, and Genevieve Sterling. Following the picnic, the campfire girls told of their work, how they earn their money, etc Beverly Andrews, president of the campfire girls, introduced the speakers. Joan Hoffman told about campfire work; Dolores Devlin what campfire means to her : Mary Ann Timm told about camp ; Ruth Ann Spear, how the girls earned their camp money this year; Mary Lou McDonald led singing; and Laura Ann Neville told what the girls' campfire name means. Wa-tan-yans Guests at C. L Twelve members of the Algona Wa-tan-ye club went to Clear .Lake Monday evening to meet with Wa-tan-yans there and from other points at the Lakeshore hotel. Six-thirty dinner was attended by members from Charles City, Osage, Algona, Mason City and Clear Lake. Bridge was played Liter by rome of the members, and others ti.ok speed boat rides. Attending from here were Anita Rose Kohlhaas, Rita Doo- Jfy> LaVonne Sankey, Donna Hill, Rose Lampe, Lulu Sampson, Elizabeth Kemmer, Darleen Immerfall, Bernice Dodds, Genevieve Sterling, Flora Tiss, and Rosella Voigt. 'Methodist Youth' Picks Officers v Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship met recently and elected officers: Ruth White president; Marian McGuire, vice'; commission on worship and'evan- gelism, Joyce Sterling and Harriet Schoby; commission on world friendship, Doris McGuire and Florence Phillips; commission on service, Anne Rockey and Frances Bunting; commission on recreation, 'Bill' Burns and Howard Genrich; secretary-treasurer, Jean Buthman; organists, 'Bill' Burns, Marilyn Tuttle. Naomi Circle Has Meeting- Mrs Sidney Spear entertained toe Naomi circle at her home Friday, Mrs. Henry Aman, Mrs. 'Vic' Hiserodt, Mrs. Wayne Riddle, and Mrs. Ida Forbes assisting. Mrs. Myron Ludwii' had charge of program, and the group &l a - y £. d <J uesti °ns and answers. Thirty-three members answered roll call on "Where I'd like to go on my vacation if I could." Four Corners Club Today . Mrs. Cora Smith is entertain- fS toe Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club this afternoon, Mrs. Everett Witham assisting. Delia Witham and Eva t J 1 r 1 , are m charge of pro- Y» a r*ft \ir«li-~— n j^i .,, t*r Group That Went to Army June 11 COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. 16WA V- '» \ Soldiers .(Continued from Page 1.) low, A. B. Olson, P. C. Urick.' Toprow-DickB'.^!' n^' f,° urih * OW -W. L. Gross, P. W. Mar- Bancroft. ioprow—Dick Been ken, D. L. Anderegg, O. M. Zaugg. J. E. Saunden. William Louis Phillips, Algona. George Henry Torgerson, tram ferred from local board No. 9 Polk county. Daniel Luverne Blanchard. Al gona. Marvin Tish, Swea City. Emery Chapin, Algona. Clifford Leroy Dourte, Swea City. Harold Pete Busch, Elmore, Minn. Three More Algonians. Eugene Lewis James, Algona. Russell DCVer Miner, Wesley. Oscar Harley Gingrich, Tl- lonka. Aloysius Martin Meyers, Bancroft Frank Leroy Odel, Bancroft. Johnny August Kuchenreuther, Titonka. Ludwig Sylvester Wolf, Wesley. Thomas LeRoy Lee, Algona. Roy Leonard Rice, Bancroft. Archer Briggs, Ledyard. Clement John Crahan, West Bend. Henry Charlie Hoeck, Swea City. Grant William Stevens, Wesley. Alex Reffer, Algona. NAVY RECRUITER TO BE HERE SATUROAVS The Navy recruiting station at Spencer announces that from now till further notice an officer from the station will spend every Saturday in Kossuth county. He will visit towns other than Algona in the forenoon, but from noon till 4 p. m. will be at Algona. In each town his headquarters will be the local postof- flce. The station also announces that apprentice seaman's pay has been boosted from $21 a month to $50 a month ($54 after the first four months), with opportunity to advance to higher pay and get schooling in a self-chosen trade. Men who already know trades can get higher pay from the start. Men heretofore rejected for vision and teeth defects can now enlist. Army Radio School Training Finished Pvt. Russell Sands, son of Mrs Mary K. Sands, of the county treasurer's office, was graduated last week Wednesday from a radio school at Scott Field, 111 and is now a radio operator mechanic m the ground crew of an army air corps. Private Sands spent the weekend here with his moth"" " rn< * lef * Monday for Morris ;^f£? tte ,^: C " to . i°l? a PICNIC HERE FOR ZUMACHS ANDKRAUSES By F. H. Kossieck. ,3 | Approximately 100 persons b. Zumach-Krause relationship ant friends gathered at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday .for an annual reunion, also to celebrate he 40th wedding anniversary oJ Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Fenton. The celebration was a urprise for the couple. Before dinner at noon an anniversary hymn, The Lord Hath Helped Me Hitherto, was sung by he group, and this was followed y a scripture reading as a .trib- Ue to fathers on Father's day by Irs. Lucile Torgerson, Bode, laughter of the Zumachs. The table prayer was recited in unison'. After a picnic dinner a program arranged by Mrs. Torgerson included a humorous reading by Gerhard Wittkopf and an original satiric poem about the couple's life by F. H. Kossieck. The rest of the afternoon was spent at games and contests for both adults and children and prizes were awarded. In behalf of everyone in attendance, E. C. Wittkopf and Donald Radig presented a purse to Mr. and Mrs. Zumach. Out of town persons attending included- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Eggert, the Arno Borchardts, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth E. Zeigler, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Malzahn, Mrs. Charles Borchardt, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henzel, all of Good Thunder, VTinn.; Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Eggert' Valtham, Minn. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach,, Mrvand Mf*. Albert V soh Alfred, Mr, and Mrs. A MJelke, Mf. and Mrs. Carl "Zu." -— L the Herbert Zumachs, and "^"•T Zumachs all O f .••—-----«-, Mt. and Mrs. otto Ohm, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krausp Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumfich"the *•' Krauses, Mrs. Anna Meyer, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. Dorena and Dorothy DTeyer, Mrs. H E Lliedtke, all of Fenton. 4 Mr, and Mrs, Floyd Torgerson, Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig, the Donald Radigs, the Arthur Zu- rrtachs, the Martin Meyers, all of T nti*. r> nn i,. iu- ttr tf +'. "*• , , o Lone Rock; the W. H. Meyers Fort] *P \VATPi» *> ^H * * *»>n Rrhtfc Ai Barke; Summer COTTON SHEER ANNEX them to,, $1.S At long last, \ V( . shipment of cotton dresses and they the smartest, most best made popular have seen. You'll at the ANNEX in all sizes for only _. EXTRA SPEXJIAL~w cial promotion at the this week. Beautiful ton dresses in all sizes for only ___ We are sure that our many AI customers who have been tor these dresses will not . pointed so conic in right awaj week-end. '" . ., outfit This was the firs time he had been home since he enlisted m December. 10 000 READERS! NO WONDER fr<£? V£ T 6 *£ S PUJ1 trom here, there, and where; Cost is low, = """'""""""'"''iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumimHiiMiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllll I SAVE TIRES, GAS AND MON E | Buy All Your FOOD NEEDS at A&l 2S H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B Conserve era*t nn/f ttyo^ eta.*, _ _i ., CITY BILLS coJncfl "w council were present at a snecial meetmgr called for this date P Conserve gas and tires. Start a share-the-car niani your ne.ghbors. Use one car-make one trip " Food Store for all your food needs. Here , a wise one because A&P buys top-qualitv to you sparkling clean, delightfully fresh! ure-house of all your food needs. Undor^o ite^hir 9et I 615 "^P- - EaCch food ""Paimem « item share one low storekeeping expense—your savbwi £ f !! ctedumjlotw P*** tags every day. ShoT W thrifty—head for your AfcP Food Store 24 ^-lb. bag Sunnfield Enriched *FLOUR 86C 'White House Evaporated MILK 3 - 22c 'Rich and Full Bodied Coffee " The following resolution was read Councilman Harris moved and Councilman Hawcott seconded Pillsbury's Enriched *FLOUR . Blue Label Syrup KARO . . Green Label KARO . . Vegetable Shortening SPRY 100% Pure Hydrogenared Veg. Shortening 3-1 dexo .... can 24'/ 2 -lb. bag 1.10 can Ot)C :,39c JUNE DAIRY MONTH FUJI ^^^^™™^^B«B Swiss Processed CHEESE 2-lb. MEL-O-BIT . . box Amer. Loaf Processed Cheese Vii. A&B MEL-O-BIT . 2-lb. box Pasteurized (Vitamin A) Fresh l-qt. J MILK ... . hot. 1 From Nearby Farms Fresh Vit. A, B, D, G . . . doi, RE5SOLUTION !', the Cit ^ C °««cil of -BE IT RESOLVED by the Citv aftte? h he ° ity ° f A] e°n J lowa^ that there be now recorded amon? the proceedings of this CouncU an —Kossuth County Advance Flash-Piciure. e o program, and Walter Smith will sing S ° ' T nf S +h l0 ' i^ 8 is the first «'«eung of the club's new year, and mem- oers are to pay dues. Breakfast at State Park— A group of Algona women had an early morning breakfast Wednesday at the Ambrose A Call state park. They were: Mesdames Albert Granzow, Paul Danson, A. W. Amunson, Frank Thorpe, D. D. Paxson, George Conklin, L. M. Merritt, W A Vigars, Sam Medin, Bunkofske,' and L. S. Muckey. Birthday Party is Given- Dorothy Reynolds entertained at a birthday party Tuesday night at her home. The guests were sent on a scavenger hunt was served. The girls Flag day picnic last week Tues day in the shelter house at th Ambrose A. Call state park There was a short business meel ing after lunch, and the rest o the afternoon was spent at a nev word game called Pig. . . r Mae Semon - Bevlrly Jeanette Buescher. Co- Phii- F ° 1 ? b1u r rgh ' Julia Weir, Phyllis and Margaret Reynolds. D '_Ai R. Fl»g IPay Picnic— The D. A. R. held its annual Seventy-Five Club Picnicks The First Lutheran "75" club picnicked Friday evening at the Ambrose A. Call state park Twelve members played softbal and made hikes in the park. Thi club is for young married couple: whose combined ages do not ex ceed 75. OTHER SOCIETY. The Baptist Sunday school council met last week Tuesday night at the church. Mrs. L. E. Stephens was devotional leader and Archie Richardson had charge of the rest of the meeting . Members of the Baptist Vanguard S. S. class will entertain the husbands at a covered-dish social" tonight in the church basement. AN ATTRACTIVE LETTER- head is an asset to your business. Stop in and look over new designs. We have new type faces and quality stock. — Advance Pub. Co. DOAN Carolyn Dimond, of the Brit school band, attended the bam festival June 16 at Mason City. In honor of family birthday June 18-23, the Howard Sparks Myrwen Dimond, and Guy Di mon families attended a birthday and Fathers day picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call park. Thirty relatives from here, Britt, and Wesley attended, and four birthdays were celebrated Mr - and Mrs. Charles Uhlen- move d Saturday to i> tinek farm,where niu is now ^P . Uhlenhake had been employed by the R. C. Bauer Im. . auer m- pdement Co., Wesley. Mr. Mar- mek plans to build a tenant house for the couple. Thursday of week before last esse Sheridan and Mrs. Grace Aldrich MeUette, S. D., visited the O E. Hotts, and other callers were Mrs. Frank Bailing, Burt nd Mrs. Gerald BahliSg and aby daughter Frances Jean- Mrs. Laura Seefeld visited rom last week Sunday till last ^ with her daughter Mrs. ___ family ' north of Mrs. Paul Hawkins H «"* d the L ^ e AlexanS ders, Sexton, were guests for dinner Sunday at the Jerome Hawkins home. Paul is employed near Gutt enberg, by a steel bridge construction company, and Mrs H ?wkins and Paul Jr. went back with him for the duration of the Nelson and 5 5 . jr . w - . 3£71c S July Woman's Day' only 2c 1WEET HEART TOILET SOAP j> cakes 20C Ann Page — Salad c S DRESSING . . i, = £'* e »« G *"Y-l. vitamins A++ B1+ C + +, Ib. Approved: FRANK KOHLHAAS MUM - —- —-«w ,1 GfiXXl S BORAX . S White Sail 5 Soa P 5 GRAINS ISc 2; 1 ::35c 69c 4" Pkg. Pkgs. 69- FRUITS & VEGETABLES FARM FRESH! -^p. &%& ..__ *TT , r-fc t A / Ij^ Jl jfc^^' Hours Fresher" is our motto, and A&P expert buyers and shippers rush these beauties from near and far to bring you lop flavor, plumpness and nourishment. RIPE TOMATOES Texas White *ONIONS California LEMONS vitamin C+ California Sue 288 l^IlKAUl«FC vitamins B1+ 41 ft VrifiMUL^ C++ .... doz. 01* Calif. White Shafter I%4%V A Wi^t^B^k HIITATllFx vitamins A1+ 4 A J4« " • Vt«J C + . . . I v Ibs. ^ I f Key to Vitamins: ++Excellent Source -f Good Source vitamin 2,, lie, . do/. 3BCI S= Whiter = RINSO . S Wall Paper SS Cleaner m i» «_ ^—. Irakis "• Stamps. Sugar Ration Stamp No. 4 Good Until June 27 F> Fathers day picnic Sunday in ?°r f . Un ^ e Tora Blain at hta son John's, Corwith. Mr. Blain ° 94 Abound 60 relatives ___ ., _ .. **.»WHAAU. I and friends attended. • Algona Per Capita Taxes Total $6.46 The Iowa Taxpayers associa- ion has announced 1941 gross and per capita operating costs in 1 Iowa towns of 5000 or less for ne year ending last March 31 and Algona is credited with $32^ 00 gross operating cost and $6 48 >er canita cost . rpujg ^3^^ towns --- The meeting •"" viuw wwns as follows- w-aa%,.^Hsfe» 6.31; Clarion, $7.50; 17,43; Forest City. filrcs *A AA.'.V* - - f * _ JUa$.C; -7 p ^P"^"""*^S*K| .Clear Lake, ^ts?^ SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Dakota, Iowa Phone 2901 ITALIANPRUNES iOli Sunnyfield 40% Bran 15-ot FLAKES . . . pk* Sunnyfield Corn O H-* FLAKES Sunnyfield Wheat FLAKES .... I Sunnyfield Quick or Rolled O U OATS . . . Wpk* 8-M. , JANE PARKER -- IDONUT&J 2,500,000 Sold ORANGE SLICES JUMBO JELLY BEANS Daily E00 Scratch FEED . vmr Laying MASK 100-lb, . bag

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