Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1944 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR KOBSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA. . THURSDAY. * roll, Oscar Oxley, and Melvin Olson, also Lillian and Lucille Carroll, Neva and Wilma Albright, and Edna Miller. Imogene Hill is Married— Imogene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill, Fort Dodge, and Cpl. Milton J. Hinders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hinders, Woden, were married Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Presbyterian church, Algona, The Rev. C. C. Richardson performed a single-ring candlelight ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of gladioli. Mrs. Fred Geigel played nuptial music, and R. W. McCullough sang I Love You Truly and Oh Promise Me before the ceremony. Mrs. Geigel played Lohengrin's Wedding March as the bride entered the church and was given in marriage by her father. The bride was attired in an aqua suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of white rosebuds. Her sister, Donna Hill, was bridesmaid and wore a navy blue suit dress with blue and white accessories. She had a corsage j of rosebuds and gladiolis. Cor-1 poral Hinders was attended by Maurice DeBoer, Wesley. A reception was held at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's for the bridal party and immediate relatives. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1938, and since had been employed by the Metropolitan Insurance Co. at Algona, Fort Dodge, and Atlantic. The bridegroom was graduated' from the Woden schools, and be-1 fore going into service farmed' with his father near Woden. He , has been in service four years, and was at Kodiak, Alaska, Ye-. turning early in 1944. He is now j located Jt Camp Roberts, Calif. Following a short furlough, the couple will leave for California. Wedding of Mary Mesing— The following report of the marriage of an Algona girl has been taken from the Long Beach, Calif.. Prjss-Telegram'of Aug. 12: "In a candlelight ceremony witnessed by 80 guests at 4 p. m., August 6. in the Garden Wedding Chapel. Rooert Ernest Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ellis. 5568 St. Irmo Walk, took as his bride Mary Maxins Mtsing of 619 E. Ocean "Blvd., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mesing, .Algor.a, Iowa. Rev. Clarence Holland, of the Moore Memorial Methodist church, officiated. "The bride, who was given in Courtesy for a Visitor— Mrs. Wm. A. Barry Jr. entertained Tuesday night at a buffet luncheon at the Country club clubhouse. Guest of honor was the hostess's sister-in-law, Mrs. R. C. Berry, Mason City. Bridge was played and Mrs. Jos. Kelly Jr. won high score, Mrs. Berry second, and Mrs. K. S. Cowan won a chair prize. Weds Marine Lieutenant— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraser, near Burt, announce the marriage of their daughter Carmilla to Lt. Roland Marbaugh, of the Marines. The event took place Sunday at San Clemente, Calif. Particulars have not yet been received here. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. The Townsend Sewing club met with Mrs. A. M. Anderson Monday to refinish garments and cut and sew carpet rags. At 4 p. m. the guests were served a light lunch of hot rolls, cookies, and coffee. The hostess was presented a bouquet of gladioli from Mrs. Lotta Ladendorff. Dick Vipond was six August 15 and in celebration of the occasion entertained ten of his' friends at an ice cream and cake party. A new quota of surgical dressings and bandages has been received, but work will not be resumed before Sept. 15. Presbyterian circle meetings have been postponed till September 14 because of a church supper to be served Sept. 7. Mrs. D. D. Monlux will entertain the O. N. O. club Friday evening. LAST RITES FOR W. E. BRACE AT BURT ARE HELD man, John and Lorena Riebhoff, and Mrs. Vernell Hardgroye sang at the church, accompanied by Ruth Plodgson. Mr. Brace, who would have been 77 if he had lived a few weeks longer, was born Oct. 7, 18 7, at Frcdcricksburg, and was married there Sept. 20, 1891, to Ida Belle Jnckish. The family came here in 1901, and Mr. Brace farmed in the community till 1035, when he and his wife retired and moved to Burt. Mrs. Brace, whose health has been poor, survives, and besides the Lu Verne son there is a surviving daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fcnton, twin of her. brother. There are three grandchildren: Sylvester Brace and Juanita Mae and Audra Kay Straley. Mr. Brace also left three sisters and a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Brace reached their golden wedding anniversary three years ago. but because of their poor health there was no formal observance of the event, though close relatives and near neighbors congratulated them. WANTS T~/-.-n FO * mill, T-.T /-, TTLT r- n T-,m * 1 — LLGIN 50-FT. wind .— Jewell M. Patterson au'Htt WANTED—Algona i Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 8uol FOR SALE—CONEY Ftfc Coat, size 16, good as hew.—Phone 456 after 5 .p. m., 220 S. Hall St. 12p51 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Scotch Shorthorn bull 2 yrs. old. Good quality.—Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. , 13p51 M-H 2-16-in. GANG PLOW, good condition; John Deere' hay loader.—Merle Schwietert, Wesley. . 12p5 WALNUTv.GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce.better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf FOR SALE—MODERN BUNGA- low; paved, excellent location. —See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. ' ' 12u51 \VANfE'D—WOMAN TO TAKE care 6f semi-invalid lady in small modern home.—Inquire at Advance office. 15u51tf GOOD QUARTER, Wells, Faribault Co,, Minn., well improved. Woven fencing. Electricity. Two Forty Elrnore, improved. — Geo. W. Charhplin, Lake Crystal, Minn, • ' 18u51-53 A FEW LATE BERKSHIRE and Hereford spring boars, some real Berkshire fall boars, Shorthorn, Angus and Ayrshire bulls. —Price reasonable.Ben B. Studer, Wesley. 22(2)2*11 FOR SALE—TWO PLOWS, MO- line and International 2-14; Jayhawk stacker:—Kenneth Hill, 5 mi. south of Titorika'on 226. . . 17p226 FOR SALE — 1 2-A BEARCAT Hammerrnill with, cutterhead, good condition; John Deere corn binder, practically new. — -Nick Berte, Irvington. 17p49-51 STOCK CATTLE' AND LIGHT hogs. When' in .need of .feeders phone o'r see .me before,you buy.—Sid John, . Ehnore," Minn. Box 225 or phone;, 103'.,' .. .49-52 : FOR SALE—500 BALES OF AL- i falfa.—Herb Nelson, Titonka. 8p51 WAITRESS WANTED—No Sunday or night work.—Dermand Cafe. 8u51 FOR SALE. —-SMALL FORTY acre farm,, good-'C/op ;land, 2 miles northwest pf-I&kota, Iowa (on pavement).—pall' or write F. A. Kayser, Webster City. 19u51 MAN WANTED IN EACH county as District Representative of well known oil company. Immediate steady income for man with car.—Write P. T. Webster, 581 Standard Bldg., Cleveland 13, Ohio. 25p51 FOR SALE—185 ACRES NEAR Wesley, nearly 100% level Webster soil, very good buildings. Electricity. Low taxes.— Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 21p51 FOR SALE—320 ACRES NEAR Wesley, level to gently rolling, 40 acres permanent pasture; fairly good buildings; electricity; low taxes.—Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona.. 23p51 FOR SALE-KOZY HEKHOUSfi 16x30 ft, one year old, sningie room.—John Haupcrt, l'/fe m » c .^ of Burt on 169. 21p51 FEED DEALERS OR FEEDERS —Closing out my feed business. Nutrene and PiUsbury Balancer and Piusbury 32% hog feed; five tons. Real bargain if you take all,—Corner Store, Lu Verne, ph. 2251. 27u5l FOR SALE—THE FORMER RA- mus Peterson farm two miles south of Titonka, Iowa, and described as the northwest quarter (NW%) of Section 21, Township 97 North, Range 27 West of the 5th P. M., with settlement and possession as of March 1, 1945.— See Attorney L. A. Winkcl, Algona, Iowa. 49 P 51 CARD OF THANKS—WE TAKE this means of expressing our heartfelt gratitude for the many deeds and words of- sympathy and helpfulness at the death of our beloved husband, father, son and brother, Lt Harry Montgomery, who gave his life for his country Your actions have been of great comfort to us. — Mrs. Harry Montgomey and Susan, the J, H. Montgomery " -"" c 4% HOME and'BUSINESS property loans to purchase repair or' refinance present loan; Pay; any amount any time. Long convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assri. u46tf BEGINNING SEPT; : 'l sales will j GCJGD PIUS REQUIRE WAL- be held in the aftciyiqdn at the I nut Grove in their ration. Poor Kanawha Sales 'Pavilion. You Digs' require mnre. Our service can always find'.a> good::market is free. Give it a trial and be YES, WE HAVE USED CARS TO SELL— . .1941 DeSola Club Coupe 1941 Ford Super Coach '1941 Mercury Coach : 1940 Chevrolet Sedan 1940. Chevrolet Coupe ,3—1940 Ford Coaches 2—1939 Dodge Sedans 1937 Chevrolet Coach 1936 Chevrolet Coach 2—1935 Ford Coaches These cars are in A-l shape ' throughout. . • ,1 WE ..BUY USED CARS— ' i' All makes and models. I W. E. LEY, Lakota. u51 for anything you-carfe'to sell! cdnVJnccd. — H. S. Fain. - Hum• .••/•ffV 27u51-53 ' bbjdl. In. Phone 297-M: •25(2)51tf ; . . ,*•' *n". >• *V; ~s , • • . ^IIIIIIIIHIIII!llll!{(il!ilillim!llllliiill^ JOHN DEERE G. P. tractor and plow for sale. — Carl Froehlich, Wesley. llp51-52 | FOR SALE — DUROC FALL in.. on TIT T-. n • boar, purebred.—W. f Burt, Aug. 30—W. E. Brace, re-' A i„.„,., . • , f , • JAlL;On«.l. tired farmer here who was a son . ' of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. N. i Brace. Algona, died Monday ; morning at the home of his son Gerald. Lu Verne, where he was cared for during his last six J. Barr, 8p51 i FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE trac-' ; i tor power corn binder.—Chas. | i Patterson, Burl. 10p51 '• 40 EWES. — Emil I .. „. . ,-.,,,, . FOR SALE- months. His healtn had for two, Andcrson . .,,.-, milcs east of Lu . j or more years been failing. , y h n 250g Funeral services were conduct- ; 12p50-5lj=~ aqua blue crepe cardigan suit with black accessories and carried a bouquet of white orchids. Miss Helen Berry, maid of hono.-, wore a gold dress and carried a colonial bouquet of yellow rosebuds. Miss Dorothy Ellis, bridesmaid, was attired in pink • and cairied a colonial bouquet of pink rosebuds. Joe Price served as best man. Miss_ H Berry was in charge of the guest book. Lieut. Bill Jordan and Pat Oakley were ushers. "There was a reception in the garden and patio of the chapel j with the hostess, Mrs. H. Pon- i tius. being assisted by Mrs. Ellis, Miss Mildred Thomas >and Maxine Brundage SK3. The couple went to Big Bear for a two-week honeymoon." . Chloe Clavenger is Wed— The marriage of Chloe Claven; g'cr, daughter of Mrs. Jeanette 'devcngcr, the former Jeanette Steven, Algona, now of Boone,'. to LaVerne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leininger, Boone, took place Sunday; August 20,-at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Massey, the Rev. Mr. Zagel officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her maternal grandfather, Thos. L. Steven, Algona. Constance Culbertson of Cleveland, Ohio, was maid of honor; Muriel Grimm, Boone. cousin of the bride, bridesmaid. | A reception was held following i the ceremony at the A. R. Grimes j home for 90 guests. Attending j the event from Algona besides j Thos. L. Steven were the Robert Stevens; Mr and Mrs. Walter Steven. Mrs. Robert Steven Jr., her son; Mrs. Virgil Shackelford and a son; Gaitha and Ivalou Steven. Lt. Raymond E. Steven, Miami, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Steven, Burt, with two sons, also attended. Party for a Birthday— Georgia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Richardson, celebrated her 15th birthday Sunday by entertaining Marcia Setchell, Ruth Ann Burns, Bonnie Snyder, Dorothy Lewis, Lorraine Adams, Marvel'la McDa-nel, Geoi'gia's sister Kathryn, all of Algona; Dorothy Hurlburt, Kanawha; and Rita Hurlburt, Lone Rock. The afternoon was spent at games, after which lunch was served. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt, Algona, and the Ralph Hurlburts, Lone Rock, who came for their daughter Rita,who had spent the weekend with the Richardsons. Girls of 1935 Reunited— At a party at the home of Mrs. Alice Wilkins Monday the guests were local high school graduates of the class of 1923, and the honoree was Rcna Wellendorf, Chicago, sister of Mrs. Wilkins. Others attending were Myrtle Johnson Ruth'f, Ila Olson Huff, Lcola Zeigler. Grace Taylor Humphrey, Thea Clark Haldeman, Lucille- Windcll Zcrfass, Helen Murtagh Hutchison, and Helen Jasperson White. Opal Sarchet Bourne was unable to attend. day) by the Lu Verne pastor, the; a t Lake Okobnji for September.! Rev. R. P. Phillips, assisted by the Rev. F. C. Preul, Fcnton pastor, and burial was made in the local cemeterv. with Masonic if interested call 258. 13u51 • =5 FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM on ground floor.—Mrs. S. E. rites at the graveside. C. B. Chip- Soltow. 517 West Slate St. 12p51 FOR A. Unimproved farm adjoining town of Burt.— !. C. Trees, Armstrong. 13p51-52 WANTED — ALL KINDS OF haUlirfg. Mail a card 6r cnll at IOUSB on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster'. ',' 17(2)13tf FOR SALE. Luxe; \QJ rubber Model-A boxes; 2-14" bottom plow plow.—" Shower for a Newlywed— A post-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given last week Tuesday at the Plum Creek Community room for Mrs Leslie Mc- Knroc 1 , ihe former Evelyn Oxley, c.ijd 50 guests auended. Hostesses were the Mosdames Clarence Prinho W. F Alhj-itjht. John P"-. We carry a complete line of Simplicity patierns (all sizes in every pattern issued) and ihose of you who have used ihis easy-to-cut pattern, will welcome our one-day service. In addition, we also slock a complete four-size stock of Ihe famous Butler- ick pattern, for years a guide to style- conscious home-dress-makers. We have slocked Bullerick pallerns for over 20 years and have found them salisfaclory in every respeci. We also carry all McCall pallerns up io 45c and while Ihis is the newest member of our paliern family, it is also very popular among discriminating sewers. .So no matler what your preference is—we have a pattern lo suit your tasle. Convenient patlern table with chairs in rear of store. jM|B|gW lllllillilB^ New Things for Boys SLACKS..... 1.98 to 6.95 SPORT SHIRTS _ r 1.00 to 2.50 SHOES :.-¥:__L 12.95 to 3.50 • -mm !• .{iiiimi-. FINGERTIP Reversible or, rayon lined. " ! J>'ew and smart as tomorrow. .Wool and Gabardine. 12.85 16.50 | Station Wagon Coats Fine Gabardine Twill. Colors, Tan, Blue, and Red. 2KLA> UAINTHOOFED Ajfts 4 to 18 .yea'rs. _. 6.95 Boys' Zelan Jackets 2.98 Boys' Fall Sweaters 2.95 AS FEATURED IN HARPER'S BAZAAR Chrischilles' Boys' Leather Jackets __, __________ Boys' Sheep Lined Coats — Laskin Collar. $12.85 Clothiers 1 Leuthold - Williams Company __ HIIIUIP Fur Coat Fad tf There is probably no single item of apparel which the average customer knows less than Unless you have made a life-long study of to are at the mercy of the seller. Mr. Chrischilles sold and studied the selling of fur coats for ovel years. His experience and the reputation of CHRISCHILLES STORE IS TO YOUR ADVi TAGE. We have sold Annis furs for^ years; Annis has sold dependable furs for 55 years: this store M been in buainess in Kossuth CPU* ty for 74 years. Can you_beatthat| combination? tfe We carry a complete line of ANNIS furs in at all times. We can wire your special requ«« immediately. We are here to serve you- tell you the TRUTH about the fur you will undersell most of our competitors. I >° interested in a new fur coat (and what « isn't) call at the store. No obligation pressure salesmanship. Just the plain, unvar about it. We have the goods " " ot selling them. See us. ;''. •••' . ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^TJHIIB I II ehrischill

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