Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1944 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1944
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PAGE SIX K088UTH COtTNTT ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA Lucille Fctt, of Lu Verne, Wed to Service Man COUPLE DEPART FOR A CAMP IN NO. CAROLINA Lu Verne Aug. 2 — Lucille, daughlcr of Mr. and Mrs F. F. Felt here, was married in a ceremony at the Baptist church, Corwith, Friday evening al 8 o'clock lo B. M. 1-c Albert Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fish, near Wesley. The Rev. Albert Rust officiated, using thc single-ring ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. James Zweifcl sang Have Thine Own Way, Lord, accompanied by Evelyn Rust, who also played the nuptial music. As the bridal chorus from Lohengrin was played, the bridal parly look places before an altar with a background oC ferns and j garden flowers. The bride, who j wore a floor-length gown of j While frosted organdy, with fin-1 gcr-tip veil held in place with a beaded coroncl, carried a bou- qucl of yellow roses and baby brcalh, <md was attended by i Golda Ungcr, who wore a floor-' length blue taffeta gown with a j corsage of gladiolas and snap-1 ORVILLEASH,61,DIES OF A STROKE AT WESLEY Wesley, Aug. 2 —Orvillc Ash,! lot in Evergreen cemetery. 61, died al his homo here Mon. day morning al 2 o'clock. He had been ailing for some monlhs, and he suffered a slrokc a few weeks ! ago. He was born here Oclober : 30, 1882, and was a stonemason. ! Surviving arc Ihree brothers, Guy, Floyd (Tek), and Teacher List is Completed— Supt. and Mrte. Mullin will again serve Ihc local public school. Adeline Shcclda, graduate of Clark college, Dubuque, has been hired to replace Violcl " le us teacher of the Gth, 7th, 8lh grades. Other instructors - . - Algona; Mrs. Thelma Best, Charles' City; Leona, married and living) in South Dakota. Two brothers arc dead. Funeral services will be held! at the Methodist church this ! week Wednesday, the Rev. J. A. ! Riggs, pastor, officiating. Pall-; bearers will be Preston Chapin, ; Leonard Larson, A. M. Lease, Paul Friberg. Lee McCann, and James Silbaugh. i Interment will be in the family The bridegroom in navv uniform, was attended by the bride's brother Alfred. stay here. • The Rev. Paul Bcckman met' his wife and daughter al Fort Dodge Saturday. They had accompanied Mrs. Bcckman's moth- : cr lo her home in Nebraska, after the latter had made a visit at thc '< local Evangelical parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grant arc ; at Nora Springs this' week, and. Picnic al Clear Lake— Thc Jos., Lee, George, and Mike Goelz families, Mrs. Mary Goetz, Dorothy Goel?., Mrs. Helen Johnson, net- children, and thc Jos. Meururs had a picnic, at Clear Lake Sunday honoring Eclw. Johnson, who had spent a furlough here and lefl Tuesday for San Antonio, Tex. Patient Will Come Home— Evroul Loebig expects to be brought home this week from Ihe General hospital, Algona, where he has been with a broken right leg since an auto collision May 18. Wilbur Loebig, who suffered a broken right leg in the same accident, was released some weeks ugo. orits attended by relatives and close friends. The bride had been active in 4-H club work, having filled four offices of the Live Wires group of Lu Verne township. She was also active in thc church. The bridegroom is stalioned al Wilmington, N. C., and the couple left for camp Ihcrc Monday. Picnic for Three Visitors— Mrs. Gerald Marlin, her little son, and the former's young brother, Frank Hough, of Valley, Wis... left for home Monday, after a week with Isabelle and Janell Mason. A dinner at thc park was given in thc visitors' honor Sunday, and oul of lown guests were the J. A. Zwcifels, Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Lcdyard, thc three Thompson grandchildren, Sioux City, and the Tom Masons, Clarion. Mrs. Martin's husband. Sgt. Gerald Martin, is stationed in Hawaii. S«rejeant Visils ai Home— Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker have been having a visit from Iheir youngest son, Sgt. Merlin Baker, slalioncd at Camp Roberts, Calif. He has an 18-day furlough. Dwight Baker is now slalioncd near Irvin Chapman's camp, and was to call on him while Irvin was visiting his son Bob, who is on a small island. Bob is in radar service. nfiovcd fr'6m Iowa Falls to Cen- teryille, where Edmund Is now assistant manager of a Swift plant. - Master Sgt. Gordon Loebig, Camp Elite, 111., spent the weekend with his parents. Dinner on Bayside Beach— Tho Dan Froelichs, thc Leo Ludwigs, the George,Rickcs, Lcona Ludwig, Donna Mae Arndorfer, Patricia and Melvina Simon, Eunice Sludcr and Ruth Ann Young had a picnic at Baysidc, Clear Lake, Thursday. Renos Come for Visits— . Mr. and Mrs, Leo Reno, Chicago, arrived Monday for a few week* with relatives. Eddie and Carol Reno had been here for some weeks. Leo and his wife (Thelma Klcinpeter) arc employed at war work. Ne'w Job for Wagner— . : A'l Wagner went to Mason City Monday to be' employed in a drug store. He had been in a drug store at Cherokee a year. Wesley Boys in England— Sgt. Paul Gorman, Cpl. Merle Loebig, and 2hd Lt. Robert Sluder have notified their parents thai they arc in England. Other >Vcsl«y News. Mrs. James Silbaugh and her daughlcr Carmen returned Monday from Omaha, where they at- spring. Roy Klcinpeter, Klcinpeter store manager, went to Chicago Monday on a buying trip, also to attend a Lions convention. Wally Christehsen lefl Sunday for Farragut Ida. He had completed boot training there and spent a furlough here. Donna Hayiics and her sister, Mrs. Wm. Nadelhoffer, Chicago, are visiting at the parental P. C. Hayncs home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison returned Sunday from Clear Lake where they had spent a vacation. A girl was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Dimqnd Wednesday, July 27. There is one other daughter. Mrs. Steussy H. H. Goods Sold— A large crowd, including many, old friends, attended the large sale of household goods of thc late Mrs. Rosa Steussy estate. Hugh Colwcll, Algona, was auctioneer, and everything brought at least a fairly good price. Serve as U. S. O. Hosiesses— • Hostesses at the U. S. O. service center, Algona, Sunday , evening were: Junior, Beneta Sludcr, June Miller, Dorothy ! Lindebak, Dorothy Swanson; ' adults, Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Arthur Dimler. Boy for the Henry Heftis— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilefti, cast of town, arc parents of a son, born at an Algona hospital last | week Thursday. The mother is, the former Mildred Rummcns, \ Livermorc. Other J/ii Verrie The Live Wires met July 20 at the rural home of Doris Schipull, and roll call was answered by naming favorite floweis. Aftt-r business the pro^iam was dia • pcnsed with, and games were played on the lawn. Plans were laid- for an annual picnic on tho following Sunday at a Corwith park, and the event was well attended. Ruth Lichtv and her little niece, Adrienne McCall, Chicago, have gone home, alter three weeks vacation at the former's parental J. L. Lichty's. A number of social courtesies were extended to Miss Lichty during her NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5184 State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court, March term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Frank Kouba Jr., deceased, dated January 29, 1944, having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the IGth day of August, 1944, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 24, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. LINNAN & LYNCH, Attorney-, IHVVH 4(i -ip which the latler recently purchased. The Grants expected to be away two weeks. Waller Meyer and Mrs. Beala Klatt atlendcd thc funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Albert Lehman, Humboldt, Sunday. Mrs. Klatt is caring for an elderly woman living near St. Joe. Lillian Meyer, cadet nurse at the Broarllawns hospital. DCS Moines. was at home over thc weekend. Her parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R~ Vera Dimlcr, cadet home for a two The Oscar Monsons are mov-1 ing to Mason City, where Oscar! is employed by the Gamble-Rob- ] inson fruit company. Mrs. Eva! Monson and her children will! have thc house vacated by the Monsons. The elderly Swen Monson will :ay there. Boy for Algona Farmers— A boy was born to Mr. and, Mrs. Kenneth Fraser, near Algona. Wednesday, July 26. Mrs. Fraser is the former Jean Striek- er who lived north of Wesley | with her parents some years ago. i to a ° n Mrs. William Hauptly, daugh- - Mary Ann, Mrs. Lou Gouge, Lucille Koppen went to Mason City Friday, and brought Mr. Hauptly home from Mercy hospital. -' ,. , •. Thc Dclmar Pommerbnings, of St. Paul, spent thc weekend at Mrs. • P.'s'• parental Edwi Hildman's. Saturday they attended thc Jost Bilycu funeral at Woden. Anna Flom has returned from Winoha Minn., whore she-attended six weeks of summer school. She will again teach a rural boldt, Saturday. Thc Edmund Loebigs have lot which : he purchased; °last Die Mr. M. E. Waldren of tho Mrfn- treal Fur Trading Co. will be here io personally advise and help you wilh your selection. . Aug. 7-8 FUR TRADING I TURS of your preference—at your price— or* once more offered in our Annual August Sal* of Furs. An investment in a Montreal fur will pay dividends in enduring beaufy and lervice for many seasons to come. What better guarantee of superb workmanship and quality pelts than the Montreal label ... a symbol of confidence and integrity. See the amazing voluej offered in this outstanding August Sale.. Chooie now from hundreds of youthful itylet in your favoritf fur—best selection of season! Sfeei for mi,,,,, women and juniors. CHRIST€NS€N'S €__„ WESLEY Margarel Oppedal left Sunday for home at Goldfield, following a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson. An unusual bazaar and chicken supper given by the Catholic parish will be held Sunday, August 13. at the parish hall. The Legion Auxiliary will meet nexl Monday evening. The United Service Women will meet next week Thursday evening. Mrs. Don Kinniard and her five children returned Sunday from two weeks with relatives at Laurel, Newton, and Kellogg. The two older children, Donna Mae and Wayne, had been with relatives there two months. Don s sister, Agnes Kinniard, came Sunday for a few days here. Mrs. Charles Kraus is at St. Paul, buying fall goods for thc Kraus store. She will bring down her litlle granddaughter, Linda Brooks, for a several weeks visit, and Mrs.' Harold Brooks will come later. < Mrs. Edmund Otis and her infant daughter have been brought home from the General hospital, Algona, and are at the former's parental John Richtcr's a few days. Mrs. Richler cared for Ihe other three Otis children during their mother's absence. Ralph Hedges, who is spending a few weeks at his home at Rockwell City/ will again teach in the local public school. -During Ihe summer he has been doing electrical installation with Charles' Mullin. Muriel Fayette, of Albert Lea, visited Gerry Atdrich, home on furlough, here ' last week. Gerry left Friday for Camp Buckley, Colo. Mrs. Charles Mullin and her son Jimmy got home .Saturday from two months with relalives a In San Diego, Calif. • With every mean* of tnnisporlnli,,,, ill(( , ,j speeding the men mid imtcliim>s of ,,„,. ( .| OS( , r , I field of action—von I deliveries must lie ' over a long period of time. To he sun. < what, you need when winter eoines—iiiion,, dor in lo 22» ill once? m F. S. Norton COFFEE BLACK BARS CALIFORNIA SUNKIST 4-47 LEMONS 14c SUNKIST FOR HEALTH G Eli EH HOME GROWN "Algona'* Style , 4 Center" HOME GROWN—GREEN TOPS BEETS ...3 B c hs HOME GROWN NEW CABBAGE . L , HOME GROWN—LONG GREEN CUCUMBERS ... Lb SMALL TENDER GREENONSONS 3oc h , lie TOMATOES 10 C S*a!ks RED, RIPE FINE FOR SLICING "•V*. U. S. GRADED GOOD NATIONAL'S QUALITY MEATS Round Steaks 37' PORK CUTLETS FRENCHED 33* Lb ' PURE—ALL MEAT Lb. SLICEDBACON "A" GRADE 22c Lb> Ground Beef Lb.. Blue Label " KARO SYRUP . . s-lb. glass 34c CHOICE SIIRUMCss •--•*. RAISINS •*• IIAZKI. ttKANII PEANUT BUTTER . '£' COMK AtiAIN IIKANP PEANUT BUTTER . *;*• 44c A IllUI.llirUI, DIUNK ORANGE JUICE ... Clapp's BABY FOOD . . 4'/?-oz can 1+ nm.\<; vtuju OWN juu—UIUEK '* VINEGAR Cal 34 C NATIONAL ****• *^ w " PICKLING SPICE .. FOKT IlljAIlttOICN TABLE SALT J Z b 21c COLD MEATS ASSORTED -Vi Lb. CHEESE AMERICAN Lb. BEEF ROASTS, Can BEST BLADE CUTS C RAISIN BRAN *£"*• K>KT UKAUUOKN "' ROLLED OATS .... «£»• 23c NATIONAL '* ""**' RYE BREAD Illbf lOe NATIONAL IX> *' " wv PAN ROLLS „*;"*• 6c 8 A LEU NO SODA CRACKEBS SALTMES «£. 16c SUNSIIINK (.UACKEKS *' WV PHEEZ-IT JR ?-*• I2c HUllNETT'S *' •• pv I'/i-oi. OO_. Bottle £>OC ,1 ALGONA CREAMERY Butter 44c pound Crystal White 3 LAUNDRY SOAP - 14 JUNKET RENNET POWDER OIUABS TOI- 9c PEN-JEL LAUNUitK bTAKCH fclWI I . CLEANSER..... MOUTON-8 DOG KIBBIES . . , &": 12c $£•• *0c "•«• A P jpiff. *^ S£37c VEG. SHORTENING j GBISI 65c 3-lb. Glass -s HAZEL BRAND rioi 25-lb. B«9 TEA CO.

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