Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1944 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO KOSSbTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA RETIREMENT PLANNED. Swea-Eagle Twps., Aug. 29 — Mrs. Harold Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg, who farm near Burt, have purchased the Ira Hewett residence property at Svvea City and plan to live there. The Stoutenbergs also have a daughter at or near Titonka. The' Robert Dansons, Sullivan, Mo., who had attended a family gathering at the Okobojis, stopped here Thursday on the way home. Robert is in state employ and has some 30 men under him. He operates a state nursery and besides looks after some 500,000 acres of state land. He said Captain Paul Danson is still in Florida, but is expecting overseas orders. Paul's wife and two sons are living at Albuquerque, N. M., for the health of one of the boys. Leaving here, the Robert Dansons were to stop at Boone, Mrs. Danson's old home town. Nothing more has been heard of the son who was a bomber pilot in the Southwest Pacific and was shot down a few months ago. Labor Day Celebration at Whittemore MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 DON'T MISS IT .Everyone always lias n good lime at Whittemore «AXC:B — GAMES 1 P. M.—Dedication of .'.Honor Roll. Introduction jiost commander,.Peter Sfliu- mitclier. Speaker, AHotney Jos. Lowe, Algoiin. 2 P. M.—Lotts Creek \«. Whittemore. Big Parade of Labor D>ay Values A&P has prepared a special list of moneysaving values to help make your Labor Day dinner boil i festive and thrifty! Study ihe grand food values listed in this advertisement carefully. Check off your needs and get them firs.t thing tomorrow at your A&P Food Store! '.Remember, A&P Food Stores will be closed. all day Labor Day, September 4th, so get all your ; foods for the 3-day veekend now! It's Time to Turn to Iced 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE W bagO5JC 2 1-lb. A 4 * lmgs*l I C 12 pts. Ib. Pillsbury's FLOUR .... Fresh Colored DAISY CHEESE A&P GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Country FRESH EGGS..... £; 38c MR. FARMER: We Pay Highest Prices for Eggs. 29c 35c Mickelberrys Fancy Skinless FRANKFURTERS Mickelberry's SLICED BACON S 20c Cudahy's CORNED BEEF HASH . . .';!,','; 21 c Swift's Premium CHOPPED HAM ... r^r' 1.02 SHARE AND PLAY SQUARE Buy No-Points, Low-Point Foods ARMOUR'S TREET WILSON'S MOR . dexo SHORTENING. . . RITZ CRACKERS. Sunnyfield WHEAT PUFFS . 12-oz. . can 12-oz. . can 34c 33c 63c 24c 8-oz. . . . pkg. Now on Sale—September Woman's Day —2c Copy MARVEL Frankfurter or Sandwich ROLLS 12-nz. pkg. of 8 13c California Fancy LEMONS Oklahoma Whole, Half or Quarter WATERMELONS... U. S. No. 1 Washington BARRETT PEARS.. California ORANGES sixe 200 . n 14c 2 ,„». 7c 20-11). 4 ^Q . do, 49C Ann Page (10 pts. ea.) Boston 17'/ 2 -oz. <i A A JLUV BEANS jar Sultana Vitamin Bl Peanut 2-lb. 9Qf» V O«F1/ BUTTER . .jar Sultana Selected Spanish lO'/z-oz. OLIVES . Ann Page Prepared MUSTARD . (Not Rationed) Ann Page 2-lb GRAPE JAM . jar Our Own BLACK TEA WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP O cakes . . . Nol conn*t(*d with ony company.-. using o jimilor name or brantf A«P FOOD STORES oWNto AND opt RAT EO e t IHC c M t AI -MIANIIC A^D PACIMC MA CUVU-ASI ALL OF LAST YEAR FACULTY AT SWEA CITY Lieutenant Swoa City, Aug. 2,9—Registration for 1944-45 high school pupils here was hold Saturday at the school building. The enrollment is not yet complete, hut it is expected to be in the neighborhood of 100 in the senior high school. The lower grades and, junior high pupils will probably approach the 200 mark. High school elective subjects have been somewhat curtailed because of the teacher shortage. Following is the list of [acuity members and subjects: Supt. A. H. Schuler, manual | •aining, science, coach; Agnes j )Ison, Bancroft, principal, Eng- sh, mathematics, girls' physical raining; Mrs. Gifford Smith, ommercial; Doris Stephens, Elora, history, English, dramatics; Gerald Niemeyer, Armstrong, and (part time); Mrs. Gregor )cim, English, vocal music; Mrs.' lay Pehrson, home economics. Grade teachers are: Mary Gronwald, George, first grnde: Mr?. \lbert Swanson, second; Violet {nutsen, Bricelyn, Minn., third; Adeline Erdahl, Rake,, fourth; Helen Iverson, Lclancl, fifth; El- ie.Endreland, Thompson, sixth; ner< near Mingo , and M arvin has Right to Limit Quantities Reieryed. T HIS IS MARVIN BESCH, who was born at Whiitemore and reared there and in part by his grandmother, south of La< kola. His uncle and auni, Mr. he enlisted in the air corps, was inducted last year in April, was trained at Sheppard Field, Tex., Muskogee, Okla., and Frederic, Okla., and was recently commis- llsie May Van Wert, Hampton, eventh; Adelaide Haugcn, Lake VTills, eighth. Where no address is given ibnve, the teachers live here. Every member of this year's 'acuity has taught here one or more years. Probably few other schools in the state have been able to retain all of their last year's staff. Student Gives Sermon Here— Warren Bloyei, senior theological- student at the Northwestern Bible school, Minneapolis, nreached Sunday at the' local Baptist church. The paster, the two young half-sisters. The young man had a furlough after graduation and spent part of it in the Lakola neighborhood. He is only 20, but the'picture makes him look older. He reported at Independence, Kans., after the furlough, and is now an instruc- or. Rev. S. A. Andersen, filled the caught fire on the pulpit at the Lake Harriet Bap- - -- tist church, Minneapolis. Mr. Bloycr is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bloyer, Armstrong. 1944 graduate of the Swea City high School. Truck Fire Extinguished— The fire company was called out last Thursday night, when a truck belonging to a transient highway a short distance east of town. The damaged truck was pulled to town for repairs. PILOT BORN IN KOSSUTH CITED IN A DISPATCH Seneca, Aug.. 30—H., Norman Wilberg,' Ringsted, who was born in Seneczt township,.was a mem- iber of a ninth air force crew operating .from a bomber base in the European war theater which has been highly commended in a headquarters public relations dispatch recently sent home, . The young man is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg, Ring' sted, former farmers here. In boyhood he attended the Seneca consolidated school. The dispatch said: "Commendation for excellence in bombing during Ninth Air Force, pre-invasion attacks and subsequent operations in support of ground forces have been received by a medium bomber group of which First Lt. H. Norman Wilberg,'Ringsted, la., is a member. "A veteran of more than 50 combat , missions over Europe, Lieutenant Wilberg is pilot of B-26 "Siiat-Kat" in Col. Thomas B. Hall's target busting Marauder group which has distinguished itself with an outstanding bombing record. "Lieutenant Wilberg's unit has been officially. commended several times for pin-point precision bombing of every n..arshalling yards,' bridge, and £.un positions. It's pre-invasion attacks aided in paving the way for Allied landings on the continent, while current operations in support of ground, troops have paved an easier road for the Allies in France. "Before entering the service in March, 192, Lieutenant Wilberg was a precision tool-grinder for the Gemmill Co., Chicago, 111. He now wears the air medal with oak leaf clusters for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight in this European theater of .operations." er) has announced new postal egulations on mailing candy and oodstuffs to overseas personnel, nd Postmaster Sullivan here ays the same regulations are in ffect at all other postoffices, as First' class parcels containing an'dy or foodstuffs mailed at the irst class rate will not be accept- d, the postmaster said, since the umber of gift ioarcels with these ontents became so great as to nlace a severe strain on the fa- ilities available for their trans- nission overseas. Furthermore many of these packages were not packed secure- y and consequently did not carry veil in the mails. ' Foodstuffs and candy in ordinary parcels not exceeding five pounds in weight or 15 inches in ength or 36 inches in length and girth combined will continue to 36 accepted subject to the general requirement that a request hercfor from the addressee is presented at the time of mailing. All this means is that the rule requiring requests can't be got around any more by paying the 'irst class postage rale. LEGION POST AT LU VERNE CELEB RATES Lu Verne, Aug. 29 — The first Birthday of the Lu Verne Post 'of .he Legion post here was celebrated Friday evening at a banquet given by the Auxiliary, and Other Swcn. City News. Mardella Clyde, Clear Lake, visited the William Blomsters Girl to Bible School— Lucille Montgomery, who hnd been at the Medicine Lake Bible conference, near Minneapolis, | from last week Wednesday till will remain in Minneapolis and i Friday. . Miss Clyde is Mr. Blom 1 enroll as a freshman at the | ster's niece. Northwestern Bible school. The) The Oliver Blomsters were youngest daughter of Mr. and | Sioux City visitors Friday and Mrs. James Montgomery, she is a I Saturday. NEW SCHEME ON CANDY FOR THE BOYS OVERSEAS The Fort Dodge Messenger says Postmaster P. T. Yaughan there .(once a young Algona law S U I T S TOPCOATS Enjoy Smart Styling Have Your Comfort Too These are suits and top coats yon can bet on! They're cut from pure wool fabrics. From that point on certain extra things go into the making that give the final product a distinctly unique character. Careful shaping and mould- ing by highly skilful fingers give style lines and enduring taste to every inch of cloth. The result— clothes delightfully easy to wear and to admire. You will know exactly what we mean as soon as you put them on. 35.00 to $50.00 Choose from our varied selection of various weaves and patterns. It pays to I my the best. It's the cheapest in the end. The HUB Clothiers Buy War Bonds was attended by approximately 75 people. * ' ' . The gue&ts Wefe seated at one long table decorated with candles and bouquets from the gardens of Mrs. Ray 1 Stone, Mrs. E. C. Knary, and' Grover, Rentz. A two-course dinner was served, with fried chicken as the piece de resistance, Mrs. Ralph DaVid- son, Mrs. Emily Guy, and Mrs. H, H. Christensen were in charge of the kitchen. Before and after dinner and between cburses songs were sung by™ the group, directed by Mrs. Aaron Steiissy, with Mrs. Stone at the piano. A short program followed the dinner, Mr. Lease, Wesley, former sixth district director, giving a short talk,, and Dick Sleussy playing two 'sax' solos, accompanied by his mother. Bingo was played during the remainder of the evening, and gifts presented to the winners caused much merriment. ' Mrs. Arthur Dimler, Mrs. F. 1. Chapman, and Mrs. Aaron Steussy had charge of entertainment and program. by a uiouusHion, A on, i prepared by Eva Giw^U given and last yoa ^. *illl be. presented. Mi's brdd is new presid'-i secretary. "Dick" Godfrodson 1n , Jenkmson, Union h" v ? -i Reed Algona, who w£. nni1 Snelling, awaiting tr ° n sent to Cam)-) tr.'K 1 ™ 1 ^ A picnic clinnpi- Presley UNION The first meeting of the Mothers & Daughters club this fall will be held at Veda McArthur's, south of Algona, and Mame Winkel will assist. The date will ,be Sept. 14. There will be n hostess program number, and roll call will be payment of dues. The club constitution will ,be read, and a paper How We Ought to Elect Presidents will be read by Mary Sarchet, this to be followed . wife. Howard ]. • l City Monday niuh i VIB his camp in Tcx.s A o re > dinner were th, >d '^ the Henry T ulc-n WMDitl .Annis, dniifihlPr Bot Ml Robert and Hoy Sr rc A meeting of Ulo Will be held nex the Good and there w Merlin, son of Mr Louis Schumacher i s ' a h at St. Cecelia's academy* 1 vont S C. S. .l Groceries - Men|j STOCK T PIPES AM) i. A H TS HARVEST BARGAINS Fancy and Extra Fancy Lug BarlleU Pears No. 1 Italian Prunes Lug Colo. & Calif. PEACHES •V ~ SUPERIOR MEATS ARMOUR'S STAR WIENERS ...... , 33< ARMOUR'S'TREET' ........ ;i ;;:Z9c| LONGHORN CHEESE . . ,„ 36c PORK LOIN r»,...... ,„ 25c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST . . . ,,,25c SLAB BACON SI".. n 26d Jack Sprat CORN FLAKES ! for . . . . 1 5C No. 3 Mayflower PEAS Z for . . . . 25C QUART FRUIT JARS COMPLETE Doz .55c Choice Fruits and Vegetables 2 n,, 15C| basket 69C| 591 Home Grown FANCY TOMATOES Large Size for Canning DUARTE PLUMS . Sunkist ORANGES POTATOES .... No. 1 Fancy SWEET POTATOES 15-lb. g( 150 si/e, do/ 15-11). .' . . lte<'k . . 2 uis. Ready Mix< Buckwheat PANCAKE FLOUR .. 39c Jack Sprat ROLLED OATS 3,,,21c 25c 15c r29C WHIZ WAX 39c Northern TOWELS .... 2 No. 2>/ 2 can Jack Sprat PUMPKIN .... P&G SOAP... 6 1 Lb. Pkg. GOLD FLOUR 50-LB. BAG 2.79 JACK SPRAT FLOUR 50-LB,, BAG 2.39

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