Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1944 · Page 4
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY AD\ £NCE, ALGONA. IOWA Give generously to the WAR CHEST Living Room Suites Spring Filled Massive 2-Piece Suite Comfortable, full sized davenport and chair, smartly upholstered in high grade, long wearing covers. Wine or blue. Coast $15900 -Coast Store We Invite You to Visit Our Toy Department Here you will find a grand display of new toys. More toys are arriving 'regularly and will continue to do so. This year, toys, while still of wood so that the metal can be used in fighting tools, are of much better and sturdier construction, There are big semi-trucks, jeeps, tanks, wagons, etc., that will really take it. We have beautiful dolls, cuddly teddy bears, big stuffed monkeys, any one of which will make a fine birthday or Christmas present. And there are books, guns, push and pull toys, games and other items. Come in today and make your selection. The toys are displayed on our main floor. WHEELER FAMILY GATHERS FOR A LAKOTA REUNION Lakota, Sept. 26—Mr. and Mrs. H. Bert Ley, Los Angeles,.arrived at W. E. Ley's Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, • Mrs. Dpal Wheeler, and Mrs. H. .Bert Ley dro«e to Algona Saturday to meet with Mrs. Albert Smith, ?ort Dodge, who came up on the oils. The family of Mrs. Wheeler are now all here for a reunion, .he first in which all have bc.em :ogether in 23 years.']; Mrs. Opal Wheeler's children ate: Mrs.• H. Bert'Ley, Mrs. W. EA-Ley, Mrs. Albert Smith, and Leland (Buzz) Wheeler, the latter from Miami, Tin. All were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Srtlith. and brother Ray. Mrs. G. O. 1 Johnson come home last. week Wednesday, after a week with Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Baum, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer Gray, of Eagle Grove, visited last week with Mrs. Gray's 'mother, Mrs. BerWs Jansen. The Lutherans will serve an annual dhickeh supper at the church Saturday evening. Mrs.' Maude Hamilton spent several days with friends at Estherville last week, Mrs, AndeW Boekelman is visiting a niece, Mrs; -Morris Coffin, in 'Milwaukee. Patient Recuperates. Her Mr. drove and Mrs. I. E? Wortman to Rochester a week ago Saturday, and brought here Mrs. Worlman's sister, Mrs. Ruth Ew- ng, who had been in'a hospital .here several weeks; Another sis- ,er, Mrs. Robert Brown, who had jeen with Mrs. Ewing two weeks also came here, and a third sis- Ler, Mrs. Edw. Allen, and hus- xtnd, Eagle Grove, spent last week Sunday at Wbrtman's. Mrs. Brown left for holne at Kansas ity early Last week. Mrs. Ewing remains here till her ;.-health is mproved. ' •; V Hislory of Hymns Told— Mesdames Wade Ball, Loyal lingrich, Robert and'Cort Rip- penlrop and Ernest, Wortman were hostesses to the, Presbyterian Aid Thursday, and a public supper was served with $40 receipts. At the afternoon meeting Mrs. Opal Wheeler had charge of devotions, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht gave the'"history ;of hymns, and the group sang two of the hymns. Gideons Hold Service Here— The Gideon organization had charge of services at the Methodist church Sunday morning, with Bennet Bruhns, Buffalo Center, as speaker. An offering was taken to buy Bibles and te.>- taments. Seven million testa- 1 ments have been purchased to be j sent to chaplains for distribution to men and women -in service.'' GOVERNOR, DOLLIVER AT GARNER J BRITT Governor Hickenlooper and Congressional nominee Dolliver made .-stops at Garner and Britt on their way here Friday. At Garner in the forenoon they spoke at the Garner school building and were guests at a dinner attended by representative Hancock county republicans. In the afternoon they spoke at the Britt school building'and were introduced about town. L07TS CREEK Old Barn lo Be Razed— Methodist men are invited,.to assemble at the parsonage Saturday to raze a barn back of the house. A garage will be built from the material thus salvaged. The women will serve free dinner at noon. Other Lakota News. ? Mr .and Mrs. Conrad Gabeljlof Ledyard, Martin, Gabel,', gwfea _ _ 'tenfewii*^ Jasper Smidt went to Des Moines a few days ago, George to .vfsit his daughter Arlis, the others visited relatives. The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Buschman, the Andrew Jansens, and Mrs. Jerry Heetland attended a bazaars at the Ramsey Reformed church Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Jager and Mrs. Calvin Pitts, of Mason City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams. Mr. Jager and Mrs. Adams are brother and sister. The Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Cass are expected home this week, after spending most of last week attending the N. W. Iowa Methodist Conference at Sioux City. Mrs. Kulhoff attended the funeral a week ago of a nephew's wife, Mrs. A. R. Smith, whose husband is Livermore-Lu Verne Presbyterian pastor. Mrs. Ward Dawson, Excelsior, Minn., is spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ida Smith, . Mrs. Lydia Wetzel entertained Friday evening in honor of her birthday and "500' was played, high going to Mrs. Dora Laabs and H. F. Mittag, low to Mrs. Erwin Wetzel and Reinhard Wetzel, travel to Mrs. Carl Zumach.. Mi'.' and Mrs. John Schallin entertained at a "500" party Sunday Evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs.? Frank Schallin, Algona; Messrs, and Mesdames Herman Reisner, Carl Zumach, Wm. Boettcher, and Alex Radig, Mrs. Clara Pompe, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. H. F- Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dreyer, and the Donald Radigs. High was won by H. F. Mittag and Mrs. Herman Hintz, low going to Donlald Radig and^Mrs. Robert Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Algona, and the Martin Dreyers, Burt, were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, and the Donald Radigs were dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn were Sunday guests at Mrs. ?i- jahn's brother Walter Bell's, Ottosen. The Herbert Potratzes, the Wilmer Wichtendahls, and Marlene, and the Alvin Potratzes spent Sunday afternoon at Richard Potratz's, Whitlemore, and the Herbert Potratzes also called at the H. F. Schultz home there. Mrs. Martha Geilenfeldt, Clear and Jier.daughters Rita.and be probated and allowed' as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. \ Dated at Algona, Iowa, Sep- ttmbcr 20, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE,, ^ Clerk of District Court; HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, : Attorneys, Algona, Iowa. 2-4 LfcT OS HEbEEM YOUR MEDAL FLOUR COUPoisic In This Issue-Page Three U1 ^ v Zumach Whittemore, 1 0 tau, Ventura, and two sons, spent Sunday at Mrs. Lydia Wetzel's. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5199. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In> District Court, September Term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purr porting to be the last Will and Testament of Edgar P. Keith, deceased, dated December 10, 1936, and codicil dated October 24,1940 having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the IGth day of October, 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 SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER! so LBS. GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-tested" ENRICHED FLOUR REDEEM YOUR COUPON AT Jensen & Bolstad.West Bend, la. with coupon from page 3 SP1LLES HARDWARE ^ TYPING PAPER 500 SH66TS 81/2 « II 59e Add 15c Postage and 1 Cent Tax on Mail Orders ADVANCE Publishing Co. ^^^^••••••^••••••••pi^BHHWiMMI Reg. Jello, pkg. Salad Dressing WHEATIES pkgs . . . . 1 5JC SUGAR 1U ling . . 63C 2: WHITESYi .... 59 Algona Creamery ,'''.1:'v • Johnson's 6LO COAT""" bottle 59c Pure JELLY .... 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