Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1944 · Page 3
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PAGE TWO D0ftY»u»e/f-cif Nome GATHERING FOR BURT BOY HOME ON A FURLOUGH MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY FOR LU VERNE WAR VICTIM ' Completewithcurlers, filiiuTipooandwuvestit. It's e.isy to do timl sitlv lor i-vt-ry lyjjc OJ hair, I-'ur amazing rt-aulta—be sure tu forCliuriU'Kurl. over d million sold. PERMANENT WAVE KIT T53< Hurt. Aug. 16— Sgt. Ernest Lavren/., Fort, Sill. Okla., arrived Sunday for a visit with his par- cnls Mr and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, and his sister Lois. who. has a capacity, Lu Verne, Aug. Hi — An iin-jnition of memorial gifts; sermon, I prcssivo memorial service was {Greater Love; presentation of held at the Methodist, church! flag to family; taps; Pledge, of here Sunday afternoon in memory of Everett Sherman Alexander, Pfr. The church, filled to KOSSIJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA POSSIBLE CASE MALTA FEVER ATSWIACKY was decorated with . . position in Chicago, is also home ; many baskets of gladioli, asters. Allegiance; colors retired; benediction. . | The color-bearers. Gi'over; Rent?, and Charles kwallek, were j. guards from : Algona. as- were Honorary prison camp BARKER DRUG HAWCOTT & 000 for a visit. The following were:'»"d snapdragons. . . guests at the Lavren/ home Sun-i T> 1(; Rev. Robert Phillips, pas- were Elmer Hunt, Charles and I day: Mrs. Gusta Lavren?.. Mrs. i lor - conducted the service, assist-1 Roy Nygaard, George and Har- Roland Lavrcnx. her ciilldren. LOANS BUDGET PLAN S50 - S150 - S200 OR MORE If the amount of cash you need is large or small you can secure a loan under our convenient monthly payment plan, or a seasonal plan if you are a farmer. Why not call and let us leli you more about our helpful finance service. Loans can be arranged confidentially and quickly on your first call. Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa, Phone 22. General Insurance Agency. tod by members of the local Le-!old Wolfe, and Theodore l John_ (| lc gion post and the Auxiliary. Tak-'son. Music was. by Mrs. Ray John Dittmers. Aigona; Mr. Gies- in S P al '' were tlie post chaplain, j.Stone, pianist; tr^o, Mrs. Harold Mr. Lavrcnx. and Mrs. William Otto, king, Woden, and three claugh- '. Herman Meyer, the commander, and the Clair Wermersens. ; Walter Eng-el, and the Auxiliary Lavren?. president. Mrs. Irvin Chapman. Lois re-1 The order of service was: Processional, Words of Assurance; Prayer. Hymn. God Bless tors; Fort Dodge. Sergeant has a 15-day furlough, turns to Chicago Saturday. !New Graham Granddaughter— | Our Native L.mcl: commander's Mrs. J. D. Graham returned remarks: orayer by chaplain, re- Sunday evening from Mason ' marks by president Cilv. where she had been a week president; scripture: Auxiliary Phillips. Mrs.- Mary Espeland, and Dorothy- Swanson. Richard Smith sounded taps. Young Alexander was Lu Vern'es first fatal combat casualty in this world war. He was the son of Mr. r.nd Mrs. O ; S. Alerander, west of town, and was 30. He was inducted in March, obituary; - 1042, nnd was killed in action in at her son Kenneth's, helping i tri °. Sti!1 > Still With Thee; recog-' France July 6. care for her new granddaughter,! — . Phyllis Rae. Helen Graham Mason City Monday went to evening to spend next two weeks with her sister Mrs. John Ernmerts. also to visit at her I brothers' Kenneth's and Glenn's. ; Leaves for Nursing Duly— \ Second Lieut. Arle.no Patterson ] i left Tuesday for Camp Cnrson. j I Colo., where she is a member of! Ledyard. Aug. Hi—Mrs. Christy jthe army nurses corps. She fin-, Henricksen entertained 22 r'ela- j ished five years of training and , tivcs> neighbors, . and other | was graduated in June at Mmne-j fricnfls .,, ,, miscellaneous show- MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR LEDYARD BR!D j apolis. months She with spent two i or a few davs ago. honoring her her ,parents. Mr. | d . uight ' er Joan< \ vho was marr i cc l BUSINESS DIRECTORY and Mrs. C. W. Patterson. Russell Patterson at Home— Pfc. Russell Patterson is here from Camp Sidcrt. Ala., on fur-' lough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Patterson. He arrived last week Tuesday, and will start back Saturday. been named Craig Neil. Mrs. McKinney was Helen Nieluats, who for some years was bookkeeper at the Ledyard State bank. Mr. McKinney is in service overseas. Boy, 7, is Host to 20— Craig Wiemer celebrated his seventh birthday last week Monday by entertaining ' -2 s O 'little; friends at a party. His .'JnpUier, '• Mrs. W. E.' Wiemer, was ; .assisted by Mrs. Clarence Scott,"Mrs. Albert Looft. Darlene Schroeder', and Geraldine Manthci. _.,,~,. ; 'City,' 'Aug. 15 — Sam Link, who has not 'been well recently f , ( consulted doctors, at Rochester; last week, and was told to return this week Wednesday^ There' .was, thought to be a possibility ".thai ; h'is trouble might •be maj^a- fever, artd when he goes'baclf dip-doctors are'to report their dihgnqsis. Olson' Sisters.' Visit • Parents— Mrs. Henning 'Froom, Bri'celyn, Minn.,-and-.-'hcr 'sister, Mrs. Walter Tupy-.' Minneapolis, tcamc Moriday'fbr.'a-few'days with their parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Hagbert Olson. v Mi-s''Tupy came by bus to Blub Earth Sunday, and the twb'sisters''ca'me here from Bricelyn by train. ' Their mother, has been in frail, health for some time." •••-..• Hnrd: Luck'for .Brothers— The^ boys .at,'Dettmar Thompson's had a run of hard luck last week. •' Fifteen-year-old. John Wells got . a foot, infection and had to .have antirtelanus injections. A dav, or so later 9-year- old .Gene had an attack of appen- •dicitis, nnd; was ^taken to the Holy Family.' .hospital, ; Estherville, for removal of his appendix.' . •' Pastor Away on Vacation-H- Therc will be no service at the August 3 at Blue Earth. Mrs. Hinricksen was assisted by Mrs. John Fr-indle. Jean is a gradu-1 Metho'dist' church.'here"next"Sun- ale of the Ledvird H. S., and \ day The Rev. and Mrs.;C-ass are awav on vacation. The W. S. C. Penny store, s _ wil] mecl lhis wcek Thursday ployed at the J. C. Blue Earth. Former Pastor Preaches Here— in the church basement^ with i Mrs. W. E. Wiemer as hostess. Club Aids Veterans Hospital— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. John-1 B oy Celebrates Birthday- Jessie Sarchutt entertained the son, of Vincent, with the claugh- Busy Bee club Friday. This club i Jeremiah Sullivan had as guests Saturday afternoon to LAWYERS tors Janice and Jeanine. were has turned in 12 laprobes and 70 I Saturday guests at. D. B. Mayer's. | h'e7p"celebratcThis seVent'h"b'irth" handkerchiefs for the veterans, ""d Sunday Mr. ,Tohnson_prcac,h- j ^ay Craig Wiemer, Ella McDon- W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller J QUARTON & MILLER , Law Offices County Attorney Phones: Office 427, Residence 700 Algona. Iowa To Observe Two Birthdays— pulpits. The Johnsons had been at the Bible conference at the hospitals to the Burl U. S. W. Jed in his former Lakota-Lcdyard ald , and "Jeanne, Carolyn, and Mrs. Northern. Loses Brother— Mrs.- William. Northern' received • a message Saturday saying that a -brother, aged '38 who was a truck-driver-had been killed in Illinois when crushed between his truck and another car. Girl's Appendix Removed— Lucille,- daughter of Mr. and Mr*."Harry Tish, had an appendectomy at nn. Algona hospital Friday. Other Swon City. Frank - Saycrs, long-time resident of Swea-City who now lives with the Clarence Saxtons near Dodge Ceiiter, Minn,, was n town. Saturday, greeting , old Mrs. J. P. Stow will entertain i Okobojis. the Sewing Circle Friday. The; the J. H. Jerry Thompson. and had first visited i Picnic at Blue Earth— Warburtons. Lakota. celebrate Mrs. H. , Mr. Johnson was pastor here ten Schroeder's birthday, also John Trunkhill's. Mrs. years ago. LINNAN & LYNCH Attorneys-at-Law Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Son for the McKinneys— Mr. and Mrs. Victor McKinney are pare.ils of ? 7'i-lb. don, born He has j Oflu'r Hurt X(MVS. i Dr. P. L. Stow, of Newton, and , ! his daughter Pat brought Mrs. C. \ August 5 at Fairmont. oei I C. Perrish and her small daugh-1 r , . ... , ~~ filter Dorothy Lou. of Louisville, \ ^ ier .. a ^oek with her sister. Mrs. HARRINGTON & LOWE | ^ to ^Sunday, jj Doc | M & h ° ^Jjg; John g A] . Attorneys-at-Law ^,,f ( »d hK^d.iughte^returnedJ.0 , gona> wjth th£ ^ ^ ^^^ Qf T«i,r= Iowa R. J. Harrington Phone 287 tor J D Lowe Newton Sunday R' J'H 44o! P en 'i sn and her daughter re-1 I mainecl for a ten days visit at J. evening. Mrs. j NESS & BRUNSON Lawyers Office in new Heise block Phone 213 Algona, lowaj ^/'^psaddle'.s. -Main, of Orange She Greenfield, were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didriksen. who live in the first house west of the local church and own and operate the farm The Jerry Sullivans, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, and the Thompson grandchildren had a wiener roast at a Blue Earth park last Thursday evening. Group lo Bus Hearing— A group of business men .here went to Mason City Monday to attend a meeting for a proposed new bus line. • Third Birthday Celebrate'd^- Jacqueline Lynch celebrated her third birthday Saturday by is a sis- Mrs, Harry Melaney, of Mason entertaining friends. group' p'f. ; little G. D. ShumwBv SHUMWAY & Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa of ^ELLY^ I Mr - s - Dc ' an Clapsaddle baby son Tommy were brought j i^" home from the hospital last' el Thursday. •a Tile it. a MS-i - - • ^ r - an & ^I'S. GeOl'ge Thpmp- Mrs Clapsaddle I Clty ' spent last week with ner I son with their grandchildren, V " and her i ! 1101her ' Mrs.^ William Kirsch- Jean, Carolyn, and Jerry Thomp- baum, and other relatives here. son, also with Barbara and Peggy LAUftENCE- A. WINKEL Altorney-at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona husband and son came for ]her Sunday. _ Mrs Scherer has returned to! Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner, dren went swimming hor homo in South Dakota after! w , ll , h l . hrec , .dnughters, and _ the | municipal _ pool. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Security State Bank bklg. DOCTORS C. H. CHETZMEYER M. D. \ Surgeon and Physician ' Office John Galbraith block Phones 440-310 Algona, Iowa bnldt. 1 Mr. and havintt been at her son Al's, help- j | ing care for a new baby. Abbie j Schorer, ulr-o from South Dakota, is now at his brother's. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich, with the granddaughter Caradene Koepke. spent the weekend at Toledo, la., at the home of Mrs. Don Cronan, daughter of the Bleichs. Karla Anderson is spending a week with Grandmother Ander- j son, and Khristine Anderson is spending n week with Grandmother Chamberlain at Hum- daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. i Mayer, had n. picnic at Algona • Sunday afternoon, and the chil- ,at the The Jack McDonalds had a pic- Hollis Benschoter who was nic at Algona Sunday, arid there spending the day with the Card- met and brought home the ners, called Sunday afternoon on daughter Rose Marie, who was Mrs. Mary Huff. | returning, from. ten. days with her sistei', Mrs. J. R. McNerney, Des Moines. Little Douglas Waterhouse, 2- year son of Mr. and Mrs. Janice Everett, Storm Lake, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Edward Knoner. He is the son of Helen Bargar-Everett. The George Loonans, of Hudson, spent the weekend at Kenneth Bujch's. The women are | sisters. The Loonans were on i the way to the lakes for a vaca- ! lion. | Mr. fnd Mrs. Albert Kramers-. | meier, Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred :Kramersirreier, Mrs. Fred Busch, and the John Mantheis spent Sundav at Clear Lake. The John Mantheis and Mv. and Mrs. Herman Herzog went to Jackson, Minn., last week Tuesday, .and .Ger&ld had his tonsils removed there. ! Mrs.' Harry Schroeder, daugh- ; ters Darlene and Karen, and Mrs. , D. B. Mayer, daughters Barbara i and .Peggy visited at Swea City i last .Thursday. | jMr,Si,.p v ose iMauHou,,.,wh,o. had j been at Asa Warner's several 1 weeks, lately returned to her home at Bancroft. Marjorie. Gabel and Margaret Yahnke were v at Blue Earth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald I attended the funeral of a niece's husband at Algona last Thursday. The Charles Besendorfs, Frost, Minn., visited Friday at Mr. Bes- endorfs sister Mrs.. Henry Frey's. MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon | Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 i DENTISTS ^ j 3R. H. M. OLSON : Dentist i Office in New Call Theater bldg. : IPhones: Bus. 166, Res. 783. Algona, Iowa , KARL R. HOFFMA1J ; Dentist Office in new Heic'? blc'.t j Phones: Office, 44; IBS., 118 Mrs. Ray Dremmel, I with their four daughters, went| to Osakio, Minn., Saturday. AIT returned Sunday. i The W. B. Officer family returned home Friday, after a week i with relatives at Diagonal. Mrs. Marion Chipman spent several days last week with Mrs. Hattie Griii'ith, Armstrong. Bernadine Ollom, Marshall-j town, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Roy Ollom, a few weeks. _' Hal Higgins returned from , Waterloo Sunday, and will work ' at the Gci'.'Smans Cafe. j Mr. and Mrs. Hammerstrum and Dennis were Sunday visitors _' at EmiTK'isburg. A. J. EASON i Dentist I Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 INSURANCE i KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUALi INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $27,000.000 worth of insur-' unce in force. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y. LOANS AM) IXSl Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office OTGr la. Slate Bk. 1 Phone So Algona, Iowa LOANS TO FARMERS AND STOCKMEN with a sound basis for credit. | Rate 4V 2 %. < Emmelsburg Production Credit ! Association. : Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. : m. at Bohannon Insurance Ag'cy, above S. & L. Store, Algona. " See D. D. PAXSON i For Town Dwelling, Household Goods and Automobile Insurance. I Insure and Be Sure! j *• *: . YOUR PAPER IS THE • PLACE TO PUT YOUR • WANT AD. * • * SEXTON Mary McMahon. Chicago, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Essie McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen helped Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson, near Corwilh, with threshing Saturday, and Esther ?tayed with her sister for a longer visit. John Beukema. who works nour West Bend, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buekenia, and they took him back Sunday evening. Mr. ;md Mrs. B. E. Sunders had a visit Monday from Mallard nephews, one of whom was at home on furlough after three trips to Italy. He is in the military police. Sund::y dinner guests at the N. J. Kriens home at Algona were Verena Kricps. Cormi. 111., the Jos. Krieus family. John Scheurer. Francis Hubble, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Merge n. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller and Mrs. Joe Balk attended a chicken supper at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. Sunday evening. Mrs. Charles Gurdett, North Dakolii, and ;i daughter left for home with Mrs. sick. Mrs home Sunday, after a few days the former's sister-in-law, Essie McMahon, who is N(.>ali Hastings left for at Shelbina, Mo., Monday, VJ^E CE^ M.GONA'S LARGEST MANUFACTURING FURRIER INAMERICA friends. He has been visiting the Jens Petersons, near Sfeneca. ' Mr. aritl Mrs, Glen Curtis and Ord Cuftis were at Buffalo Center Sunday to' visit Mrs.. Curtis' molher.iMrsv Rubey, who is sick. If Her cbftdltidh did not.improve, she is (ofliii taken. to Rochester soon, '-ffe'"' ' ', • , ' V : -:. Berniei&iJRearspn, who does office woriClii/jShicago.'is spending a few days'fAWith hpr parents, Mr. ]>, and Mrs. oiof '. Marilyn, and iticf spent sever, | Uirnccl to their h W's, early in th ( Vornon. son ,,| •Pal Anderson l, furlough, from ( Te., . 17, .„ iv ,? tk ' ' •P. Sunday, THRIFTY SHOPPERS GATHER !fA* TO "BUY THE BEST" AND "SAVE THE MOST' .They,.feel At 'home at %, Council Oak—because > friendly, courteous Council Oak people arc always glad to see and setVe them. 'Shopping-Is real fun because evorv thingr is so, clean ami white in.1 fresh and modern. Join the thoii sands wJiOf,|ook to Council Oak for Variety, Dependable Quality anil LOW CEILING PRICES satisfying flavor. . THE ORIGINAL PRE-WAR BLEND C ]?OPBI;AB JTljAVOKS ZEPHYR NCCTAR '»**, |CHUKCH'S GRAPE JUICE Tofu. ... WON-TJl* GRAPEFRUIT J4HCE ;r MALTED NHLK 2?-*; CALIFORNIA ELBERTAS! CAN •Fancy, Fir^n, . Wrapped and : Def uzzed. GUARANTEED MELONS, Pound CRISP SOLID CABBAGE, Pound SuBkitt VALENCIA ORANGES, Pound WASHINGTON BARTLETTS THE FINEST OF ALL CANNING PEARS The first shipment packed in 20-lb. lugs. Council Oak is glad ;tp post you as to the arrival \ date on all Canning Fruit. DERBY 1'OXTKD MEAT, No. 4 HEH.BY VIENNA SAUSAGE £;• SWIFT'S FREM, *Jkw CM 100 -i Ifc . 130 ft*j . C»n310 300 38e STANDARD 4 4 _. PEAS, ««. 2 CM llC 14ft 200 HAU.T'8 BAKED BEANS, FANCY BACK Ttmafots r 9 CAMPBELL'S BEEF NOODLE SOUP Per Can 8UNSWEET Ex. Large Primes 10A Found Carton I"V SEEDLESS ' RAISINS 2-rouncl Unit STIPE JIB EVAP. MH.K 3 Tall Cans 270 GEDNKY PICKLES Gallon Jnr .„. 99c $1.99 "FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, 50-Lb. Bae. STJI'KIUJ FltKNOi MUSTARD, Qt, JIK j.. »;i 11 ti it J • I VINEGAR, Quart M M SUKEltn I'KAMIT BUTTER HALL CHINA Casseroles, Each .... Tea Pots, Each .... NANCY ANN BREAD KnrUvhciI, 24 07. ltd MA UHOWN BREAD Whole Wheat, 84 ot. .,,... DOT rOTATO' CHIPS nig 4-07. nng CAKE CRACKERS a ' M 2-l'ounrt Box ••!• 19 VEAL ROAST Pound 24c No Points FRESH GROUND BEEF Jb. BEEFSTEAK SHORT CUTS, Lb., 45c, ROUND STEAK, Pound . FRESH PORK Roasts and Steaks Per Pound DUY SALT PORK, Lb. .T.iSe FRESH SIDE PORK, Lb. 24c PORK Spareribs, Lb. . lie FRESH PORK • ' - ' HOCKS, Lb. . I9t FRESH SMOKED BACON OA «JU,C FANCY Per Pound BACON SQUARES, Per Pound BACON ENDS, -i 17 Sliced, Pound .... I f C Rinfi Liver Sausace, Ib. 28c okgNa, Big t Hint, Ib. 29c Souse Lunch Meat, Ib. 29c Pickle & Pjm, Ltaf, Ik, 3lc Liver Cheese Loaf, Ib, SPe Spiced Lunch Loaf, Ib. 3Tc Old Fash. Meat Loaf, Ib. 3Tc Thurin|er , Ib. 37c Jel. Corn Beef Leaf, Ib, 38c Pressed Ham, Ib. ..... 39c SLICED PORK LIVER, Lb. BULK PORK AA .I SAUSAGE, Lb,2W POLISH . SAUSAGE, Lb, 33t SKINLESS W*X»i^*J«iOO • FRANKS, Lb.: .35? ""The Perfect Shortening"! POUND CARTON BUTT6R, Algona or Brown's Ib. Fancy Cookies, I Ib, bag 23< PRUNES, Fancy, large size, ZSjlb. km ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^• ' • ' _ CVBAN CANE Syrup Eyimls 1 CUR Sugm 5-Pound Jar ROBB-ROSS SUGAR SYRUP *Ji IJun Svnin T^mula i ri ». • $1.15 Hie _. ' *W*|f BLACK FLAG ° V* AND PANCAKE Per ^Quart INSECT SPRAY ; Family

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