Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1944 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1944
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PACK FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA. THURSDAY. 'Mystery Sisters' Are Revealed at Fenton Party PROGRAM GIVEN IN BASEMENT OF THE CHURCH day from Des Moines, where they spent Sunday fit the Leo Stevens had visited since last Thursday at Clarence Yager's, where the Weber Yagers helped their grandson, Kern Webb, celebrate his fii'st birthday Saturday. The local group 'accompanied the E. A. Hollands, formerly Fenton, now Ringsted, who also visited relatives there. Fenton, Aug. 22—A "Mystery Sister" party was held by members of the Methodist W. S. C. S. in the church basement Friday. The program consisted of a song by the group. In Christ There is No East or West; prayer by Mrs. F. C. Preul: a piano solo, Mary Georgia Newel; vocal selection. Mesdames Rex Wolfe, Laabs. Elmer Weisbrod, and John Light; playlet. Very Busy. Mesdames Arlo Ranney and Fred ,,, Newel; vocal selection. Mesdames, &Kaal Dale Weisbrod. Ralph Weisbrod. Milton Weisbrod, and Fred Mor- tcnsen. Then, after games, names re- Mitchells in Gel-Together— The Morris Mitchells spent Sunday and till Monday afternoon at Chester Skaar's, Primghar, and the Albert Mitchells were there from Saturday noon till Sunday night. Mrs. Alma Olson, Marshalltown, a weekend guest of the Albert Mitchells, accompanied them to Primghar also. Mesdames Albert and Morris Mitchell are sisters of Mrs. home, Woden. The Lester Weisbrods left Sun- clay for a few days at a cottage at Spirit Lake. LO7TS CREEK Cadet Nurse Visits Parents— Cadet Nurse Betty Jean Schwartz, of the Iowa Lutheran J.ilt:u. nili.1 minium. iicuin.:.-> i *~ . • i i T-S T\ T • -11. vcaling the Mvslerv Sisters were hospital, Des Moines. arrived last read by Mrs. "Carrie Voigt. An Thursday lor a three weeks va- exchange of gifts among the Sisters followed. Lunch was served by the hostesses, who were Mesdames Dale, Ralph, and Milton Weisbrod. Mcrvin Widdcl. Lyle Newel, and Elwin Schlei. Girls' Club Has Program— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday at Mary Elizabeth Bicrstcdt's. Phyllis Bierstedt assisting, nnd roll call was answered by naming things the girls plan to take to the county fair. Plans for Achievement dav next Monday at Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod's and Anna Rae Weisbrod's were cation at the Schwartz home. parental J. A. Mrs. Ida Kticcker was brought home Thursday from the Mc- Crcery hospital, Whittemore, where she had had a major operation. Kathleen Maahs, Whittemore, is at her aunt Mrs. Ida Kuecker's, helping with the housework. Relatives and others .were at Elmer Pijahn's Sunday evening to remind them of their fifth wedding anniversary. Attending: William Bell. "West Bend, daughter Elda. son Marvin; the Jerry Sprongs. Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell, Ottoscn; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Banwart. Mrs. John Scoba spent a few days last week with relatives at Emmctsburg. Relatives and others attended the August Zunuicii funeral at the Fenton Lutheran church last week Wednesday. The local Lutheran school will Youlh in Navy Transferred— Ferdinand Mueller Jr.. S 2-c in the navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller here, has bce.i transferred from Norfolk, Va., to \ open next Monday, and Mr. and ' Mrs. Lusmann will again bo principal and teacher respectively. Fifty-seven pupils were enrolled last week Monday, but more will legislor Monday. . The Rev. A. F. Otto will speak I at the mission rally at Emmetsburg next Sunday,'and the Rev. A. J. Ansuvgx: will conduct both Fort Pierce, Fla. I Four to Legion Convention— i Aincr Cody, John Finnestad, Henry Gowan, and S. E. Slraley went to Sioux City Sunday to attend a state Legion convention. LOCAL SHORTS FROM BURT The Frank and Met-wyn Bahlings, Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, Judy and Jimmie Saucrrnan had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday in hbnpr of .Jimmie, who leaves for hi's' home sometime this week. V . •*> Mrs. Cora RaneyY-fJewt Heiter, and Pvt. and Mrs. Andy Phillips, Algona, were dinner guests of Mrs. Phillips' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, Saturday. Private Phillips, who''was spending •?. furlough at Algona, was returned to Camp Breckenbridge, Ky., early this week, but his wife was to remain here with her parents awhile. Mrs. Gordon Giddings -began clerking at McMullen's grocery one day last week, and Charles is also a new employe there. William Stenzel, Titonka, is doing fall plowing on the Hodgson farm, which his father has rented. 'Bill' stays at James Ollom's. • Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz had as dinner guests Sunday the Vern Shipler's, Titonka, Florence Rash, Muskegon, Mich., and Paul Bolie, Cedar Rapids. , ,» Fred Howard is painting .Mrs. Ada Whitehill's house on-the outside and'doing minor repairs. Mrs. C. L. Webb, Algona, and her son Gary were 'last week Wednesday visitors at the parental R. W. Rash home. Mrs. Kirby J. Smith Jr. returned from Chicago Sunday night, and is!spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith before going to 'her home at Huron, S. D. She went as far as Chicago with her husband, Lieutant Smith, who was on his way to Fort Meade, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were at Fort Dodge Sunday, attending an orphans' home festival. Friends here received word of a new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tubbs, Hutchinson, Kans. Mrs. Tubbs is the former . Dorothy Le McLood, who lived here a number of years ago when her father was station agent here. The baby was born August 17. The George Schfoeders, Ames, spent Saturday night and Sunday at Herman Schroeder's, The Sewing Circle met at Mrs. Clark Coffin's Friday instead of at Mrs. James Stow's. Friends of Mrs. Emil Elmers gathered at her home Monday evening to help her celebrate a birthday. Leo Vinaas, Aurora, 111,, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Anna Vinaas. The Ernest Naumans and the Arthur Tietz family, of Lakota, were Sunday guests at Louis Riedel's. SURPRISE pjjjjjj Swc; of lion held occasion. /\ the Rev. n. ] by, fornif City ant " at tl morning. tal < IDLE MONE SHOULD WOBV VICTORY in v?fi,' We have a fine assortment of school supplies . . . pencils, pens, notebooks, tablets, etc. Get yours NOW while our stocks are . complete. Because of the scarcity of paper and other raw materials, items of this sort will be hard to get later on. OUu>r Feii ton >'(>\vs. Sally Ann Warner, who services here—German services Loc.il women and members of the school board cleaned the Lutheran sdicol building last week Tuesday. The school-room floors were sanJed and varnished, and other floors were painted by Al- Mr. t-.nd Mrs. John Murray and bert Haag. Algona, who had pre- Mrs. Harold Christcnsen con- , viously painted the interior walls R. C. Agnes parental Sam Warner's, spent ' last week at the grandpurentul and from there she returned to her parental Walter Warner's, Kan- ! ancl the exterior. discussed, and it was decided to spent six jnonlhs at the grand- ; al^t^O^a. m.,'English at 10:30. invite the mothers of members nnd the commiUoewomnn. Mrs. James Butler. Whittemore. to at- Jos. Mauley's, Des Moines. tend. The girls then worked on and finished filling out their record books, after which the club sas City. demonstration team, Dolores and Grace Mueller, gave Waking Up Your Wardrobe, showing how to eluded a visit Friday at make a matching set of accessor- Goetsch's and with ics. purse, hat. and mittens. Bev- Goctsch and the George Goclsch- erly Schulte gave a short talk on es. The visitors arc nieces and Ihc habits of native birds, Doro- nephew of the Goetsches. thy Dreyer gave a demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pearson, of on cutting, packing, and canning Fonda, spent Sunday at the par- chickens, and poetry was in ental H. R. Williams home. Mr. Pearson wont home in the evening, Mrs. Pearson remaining for a few days. The R.- Eggerlings returned recently from Seward, Nob., where they had spent three weeks at parental homes. Mr. Eggerling is the local Lutheran parochial teacher. Arlene Aldred, Sutherland, vis- charge of Anna Rae. Lunch was served by the hosless. Finnestads Attend Reunion— Mrs. Attle Sjostrom. Minneapolis, and her daughter Grace Carol came Saturday for a week at the parental Lars Finncstad's, and Mrs. Ted LeFevre. Brookings, S. D., another Finnestad HAVE SHEETS Genuine American Home 81x93 size daughter, ________ ________ ............. was there from Friday till Tues- ited Viola Mueller from last week SHEFT day. A Finnestad reunion was Monday till last Thursday. Viola, held at the Electric park, Fort Dodge. Sundav. and among others attending from Fenton were the Lars and Morris Finnestads, the Amer Coclys. and Mrs. Lulu Knudson. Many relatives from Boone and Fort Dodge also attended. . • .ay. returned Tuesday from a few I days with Deon Taylor, Sioux! City. j Dinner guests Sunday of Had-; ley and Frances Bailey were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey, Seneca, and the: Doctor Whitlows and Rob- j ert Gabriel, Armstrong. j —- i —- i The O. H. Stocbers scent Sun- i Sergeant Back to Job-^-. day afternoon with relatives .. at i S-Sgt. and Mrs..D.. H.-Maxwell, Armsfrong.'and the son Billy 're- Ft. Leonard Wood,. M6., left Mon- mained there-fop a visit till Tups- ' day, after a visit here since last day at Jos. Laffey's. . | Mrs. Emma Ruske left Sunday, for AitkiiV'Minn., -for :a visit, at her brother Al'vi'n Klingelhoffer's. She will be gone a Week or ten days. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske spent last week Wednesday at Fort Dodge, where Doctor Ruske attended a denial clinic! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Voigl Solid V/h ; .ie 70x95 Dousble Blankets S% Wool 70x80 Wednesday at.Fred Gustaf- $oii's, where other weekend guests were Mrs. Alaf Anderson, Fort Dodge, and her children. Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Anderson are Gustafson daughters. Gathering at Des Moines— -Mr: ''and -Mrs: Weber- Yage'r and Marlin Wegener returned Sun- "Pelors" Leather Sole SPORT OXFORDS r- i rim .11» ji Beys' All Wool JACKETS V/ilh Zippers Men's Leather JACKETS Wi!h Zippers Women's Cotton WASH DRESSES B RIGHT UP FRONT " Up front in every military operation is the Signal Corps — providing telephone and radio communications that coordinate and speed Allied advances. Many of the more, than 1,200 Northwestern Bell people now in the service are in the Signal Corps, using their peacetime skills to hasten Victory. We look forward to welcoming all of them back home. There will be plenty for them to do, for ahead lies the tremendous task of building new lines, adding and replacing equipment and facilities to meet the needs that are piling up now because of the wartime shortage of materials. In the meantime, 14,000 other men and women of this Company are working as never before to furnish the kind of telephone service needed to give the greatest aid to our fighting forces and to help everyone on the home front back the attack. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE Men's 2-Buckle WORK RUBBERS Hinds HONEY AND ALMOND $1.00 Bottle 03K /n. White Outing Flannel I 27-inch yard Chenille Bedspreads Chenille Housecoats ntHTtwrnvtitwurnr-^'mr^^ifwiit^ Boys' Long Sleeve Gaberdine SPORT SHIRTS Men's Colored Border Handkerchiefs Boys' 3-Buckle OVERSHOES Woodward's for "Peters" Shoes HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPFLIE| AND FINE FOODS FOR SCHOOL LUNOHEi ' YOUNG FOLKS returning to their studies will need the right equipment .for. the long school year ahead . . . plenty of nourishing foods with vitamins andi minerals in abundance. Vou'll find the freshest fruits and vegetables, the choicest meats, the finest quality of every kind of food at your dependable Council Oak Store . . . ingredients for the "right" kind of meals every day of the year. (5MN6IL S. ^^^^^' "Ruv the Rr*t —, Buy the Best — Save the Most' Per Lb. Robb-Ross PANCAKE and WAFFLE * MIX* Tested and approved recipes for the finest Waffles and Pancakes are found on the package. Round Steak 380 Sirloin Steak 370 Per Lb. FAMILY CAMl'WELMS . 44 DEKHY <tik_i Beef Noodle Soup, Can 140 POTTED MEAT S,*... 100 SUVEIIB ...'.• 44 DKRBY 4A_, Shoestring Beets &'... 110 VIENNA SAUSAGE^' 130 DERBY VIENNA SAUSAGE,'" 01 STAH-KIST GJIA.TED JtP . • TUNA, No. { Can ...250 NKW CHOI* • '«. 44 STANDARD PEAS &„.? 110 Morning Light Rrepm StjrIJB 4Lfk . 1>EIU»Y " Jfc 4 Golden Corn, No. 2 Can 120 TAMALES, 16-oz, Glass240 KEW ENGLAND STYLE BAKED BEANS,' SUl'EllB FANCY iOw 8UPEHB EVAPOUATED IOC MILK, 3 Tall Cans '••--^-^"tr ifep Plf'rfiSPOtMlliA;^^" 1 .4:i'_rt,W., 4 M ^ WOIT-UP - • AA 140 Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz.300 BEEF HEARTS, Lb. ...I9c SALT PORK, Lb. I9c PORK LIVER, Lb I9c SIDE PORK, Lb. ......24c Bulk PORK SAUSAGE, Lb. . 33c Sliced BEEF LIVER, Lb. 29c TENDER, JUICY Beef Roasts Lb. 28c and 26c LIVER SAUSAGE, Lb. ... 28c SOUSE LUNCH MEAT, Lb. 29c PURE LARD, Mb. Carton 33c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Lb. . 38c POLISH SAUSAGE, Lb. .. 33c Corned BEEF BRISKET, Lb 36c Spiced LUMCHMEAT, Lb. . BITTER i miVEII MORE IORA THi^fOWEy/ BACON SQUARES Lb., !9c Fancy Wide—Wliolc or Piece BACON, Lb 30c SLICED BACON EMS Lb. 17 PRUNE JUICE Pure Fresh GROUND ZEPHYR NECTAR •' BAKED IN OUR OWN OVENS CHURCH'S GRAPE JUICE 17c NANCY ANN ENRICHED WHITE Fine Blend TAG-CUT COFFEE 30t BREAD 11 More tender crust! Finer texture! Stays fresh longer! 4 16-Ounce ROBB-ROSS CUBAN-CANE smu •? y . '" """(' o couiwrve allotment of tVimii.* Su»»r ... line wlierever uigur In moled . . . o» * * ** "** U ""* §t °' k Buy the Best—Buy 'Em Green M WASHINGTON STATE BARTLETT PEARS To avoid waste in canning we suggest you buy unripe pears and hold in a cool basement until they reach the exact degree of ripeness you prefer. CRISP SOLLD CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES Assorted Sizes PER LB. 2O-LB. LUC EKTBA FANCY and FANCY PACK CABBAGE Yellow Onions S LBS. FOR Bunkiat Lemons Per f o Lb.... IJC RICH AS PIE CttUST Cafe Crackers £&.„„ JOHNSON'S HONEY Graham Crackers S£ OAKNATION MALTED MILK &" wixTEx""-^*" HUM>HB ° U ~*~~ Slritary Napktos 5^. 290 Algona Butter Ib. 44c 270 270 38* 170 FLAKES, T-ez, Pkg..« KEI.LOGU'H KRUMBLES, Pkg, -^ KEI/I.OOG'S MICE KRISPIES, Pkg. KKI.I.OCG'8 CORMFUHS'.K 1! ,11 TOASTIES, Giant Pki SUI'KHJl QUICK & UK ROLLED OATS, 3 BLACK FLIC Insect Spray Quart 370 Gallon *1 JUGS „ TORE

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