Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, tOWA Lt. Ruth Payne, Palm Springs, I Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, Alaona. and Lt. James Boyd, son of Mrs. Getrude Niichel, were married at 10:30 Tuesday morning by Father J. M. Mallinger in the rectory. The bride wore a biege wool uniform and had a corsage of pink and white rosebuds. The bridegroom's uniform was olive drab. The single ring service \vas used. Mrs. Jesse Reynolds served her sister as matron of honor. She wore a gold 'Wool jersey dress with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow tea roses. William Bieser, cousin of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 20 Ottosen Women Can 1140 Quarts For School Ki Valparaiso, Ind., gave a talk. Wedding ai Minneapolis— Word has been received of the marriage of Melvin Mitchell Reeves, of the navy, son of Mrs. Doris Mitchell, grandson of the late D. J. Mitchell, to Mary Agnes Guthrie, daughter of Mrs. Helen Stephcnson-Guthrie. The marriage took place August 30 at the Joyce Memorial church, Minneapolis. Both are graduates of Hamline university there, and Melvin is a student of medicine in the University of Minnesota. Party for Young Girl— Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Saturday, and in her the Algona hotel Judy Nasby, Jjudy Murtagh, Marcia Stillman, Julia Ann Bourne, Patty Ward, Maxine Gibson, Diana Schaap, and Ida Plunkctt were c-nlcr- tainod. After lunch Mrs. Mawdsley took the girls to the Call the- aier. • was nine nonor at Ottosen, Oct. 10—The school district women finished this season's canning for the school Friday with a total of 1140 quarts compared to 1042^ last year. The district is divided into five groups, and each group canned twice. Mrs. Roy Tclford was district chairman, and group cnair- men and amounts canned were: 1. Mrs. Elmer Ellingson, 192 quarts; 2. Mrs. Kale Jacobson, 109',<>; 3. Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson, 143; 4. Mrs. Antone Speich, 178; 5. Mrs. Telford, 517Ms. There vvas an average of ten women in each group, and they started canning at 9 a. m., continuing till all food donated and brought in had been canned. Sixty-two chickens were canned this year, also green string beans, sauerkraut, blue prunes, carrots, beet pickles, applesauce, vegetable soup, corn, dill pickles, tomatoes, apple butter, buttered beets, broad and butter pickles, ANDREWS TO ATTEND OSTEOP CONVENTION Detroit, Mich., Oct. 9—Dr. and Mrs. W. D, Andrews, Algona, la,, will attend an annual war service clinical assembly: of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons here October 15-19. Newest scientific developments in surgery, anesthesia, radiology, and pathology will be subjects of discussion in which, prominent osteopathic surgeons ! 'from all parts of the country will participate, and surgical clinics will be held at the three largest osteopathic general hospitals here. WANTS Parly for Guest Speaker— Francis Bone, former Algona teacher, now of Boonc, spent the IFOR SALE—WHEEL Leo Hanig, Wesley. CHAIR.— 7p4-5 Murray, and an evening party "•as given at Mrs. Helen While's. Others attending: Clarice Powers, Grace Miller, Marguerite Gilmore, Mesdames Betty Murtagh-Kruse, Georgians Stcelu, Thais Beughly. tcl Poland Chiria 'boars.—Fred De Vries, Titonka. guests at the Algona hotel. Flowers used were white pompom chrysanthemums and ping rosebuds. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelias academy, 1935, and of thc St. Joseph School of Nursing, Sioux City, 1941. She is a flight nurse in air evacuation, and her husband is a medical administrative officer. Both are at the same army air field. The couple came to Algona Saturday noon in an army transport plane, and after a few days at Minneapolis will return to California the same way. Out of town guests: Rev. M. A. O'Boyle, Shelby, Neb., Rev. F. J. Churchill, Mrs. Mary Frances Klein, Mrs. Margaret Deviney, Mrs. Eleanor Seeberger, Mason City, Iowa, Mrs. Ruth Sigsbec, Burt, Iowa. County Federation Meeting— A fall meeting of the county federation of women's clubs was held Tuesday at Lakota, and lunch was served to 55 at the Presbyterian church. The program was held at the new city hall, and the Rev. W. L. .Patterson had charge of a memorial service for Mrs. Mayme Peterson, county chairman who died in August. Mr. Peterson ordered red rose buds for everyone present. Mrs. Pearl Bjork, Forest City, gave a talk on Youth and ; the Problems of Education Today. The "Pin Money"'bond drive. \yas discussed. The women are to earn the money for this drive. The idea originated in Carroll county, and is now nationwide. A poem contest is being sponsored by the federation, the subject Christmas. The poem is not to exceed 20 lines. Manuscripts are to be sent to Bessie Lyon, Webster City. The spring meeting of the federation will be held April 10, place to be announced, and hostess clubs will be Lu Verne Progressive and Tuesday clubs, Cresco and four Corners M. & D. clubs. Girl's Birthday Observed— Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' Wm. J. Finn, celebrated her tenth ; birthday anniversary Tuesday by ; entertaining five guests at her j home after school. Guests were ; Marilyn and Virginia Thompson, | Nancy Crawford, Jean Beamish, j Madonna McGuire. Carol is in | the fifth grade at Bryant school, i Courtesy for Visitor— | Mrs. Ralph Micdke and Mrs. E. V. Pierce entertained 17 guests at dinner at the former's Tuesday pvonina in honor of Mrs. Bessie Goff, Moline, 111., sister of Mrs. Micdke. At bridge high was won by Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. second by Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. V. F. W. Will Initiate— The V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall tomorrow evening, and Department President Hedwig Olson, Denison, will give the obligation to 10 new members. A potluck supper will be served. at the school, but was brought from home and donated. This food is used during the winter for hot school lunches, and thc program is supported by thc government. Lunches are i FOR SALE — PUREBRED Spot- served at 5c. but thc government 4 ~' ""' — J / ""- ! -'- ' u -— ™— -' adds 3c for each lunch. The school hires two cooks to do the cooking and serving. The school has its own potato patch. A lunch usually consists of a sandwich (bread baked at the school, a hot dish, and some kind of a dessert. Tiiis program is now going on its third year here, and proved most successful. WANTED — ALL KINDS OP hauling. Mail a card of call at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. . 17(2)l3tf WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- tion will produce better hogs.— H. S. Fain, Humboldt, phone 297*M. 12(2)51tf FOR SALE—50-FT. WINDMILL and two young bulls, one Polled Shorthorn.—F. P. MoMahon, Sexton. 16p4-5 FOR SALE — THREE-PIECE girl's snow suit, size 3, pink.— Mrs. M. O. Simpson, Whittemore, phone 2170. 14p4-5 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-Deer- ing single row pull type corn picker. Good condition. — Call Advance office. 12p5 FOR SALE—1932 CHEVROLET truck, 6 new tires. — Alex Ezarski, Wesley, 1M> mi. N. on old pavement. 16p5-6 J R1NTING LARGE JOBS OR small—thpy all get careful at- m tion and skilled workmanship » the Advance. »»tf FOR SALE—PUREBRED Poland China boars; 6 miles west, 4M> south of Algona. — Leonard Baas, West Bend. 14p3-5 PUREBRED -DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, 6 miles south and one mile east of Britt. 15u5lf FOR SALE-HOOVER VACUUM cleaner, 32, Volt, like new, $40. —Write Mr. Schemmel, care Advance. ' 25po GOOD PRINTING Al LOW cost JOB PRINTING — DON'T BE do not fit your business. Let us print forms suited to your needs. ^-Advance Pub. Co. FOR SALE—FOUR HOLSTEIN heifers, nine months old; one team black mares, well broke, wt. 2800 Ibs.—Ralph Brown, Algona, phone 3F14. 22p4-5 FOR/SALE—HORSE POWER for elevator; also 1 few late Hampshire boars, $15 and $20 while they last.—W. H. Bosworlh, Algona phone 7F22. 21p5 WANTED—WOMAN FOR GEN- eral housework one or two hours per day, except Sundays.—Fred B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy, phone 71 or 500. 19ultf REGISTERED DUROC BOARS for sale. Championship blood- j Mn rp rrF lines at farmer's prices.—Joseph UNWiiy^ — Stork, Bancroft. 12p5-C "'"'* '" ' FARMS FOR SALE—480 acres, east of Burt, Fair improvements. Nearly all tillable. Priced for quick sale, $90. No trades.— Iowa Farms Co., Fort Dodge. 22u4-5 MALE HELP WANTED—Inside work, $35.00 per week, willing to learn.—Inquire Advance. . 12u4tf I«H5S5A^_OCTOBE H A tntatt* *• . ^_ ~ "——• ' I 4% HOME and BUSINESS prop- orty, loans to purchase repair or refinance present loatii Pay any amount any tinle. Long convenient terms.—Algona Federal Savings and Loan Assn. u46tf FOB SALE—HALF SECTION farm near Hurt, la. Good improvements, electricity. Close to pavfcrncnt, $36,500.00; $7,000.00 down. , Possession 1945. Terms. —See D. D. Monlux. 20p5 FORl SALE—1 RUBBER TIRE wagon and flare -box; 2 steel wheel-truck wagons, all in Al condition; P. B. Berk boar, fall yearling.—Ed Arend, Algona, 3 miles S. Sexton, % west. 25p5 WE WISH TO many friends THANK OUR and neighbors who helped with haying, plowing, and other work while Mr. Person was 111.— Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person and Children. 25u5 APPROXIMATELY 250 NEW Hampshire for sale. Should by Saturday. wAVTivrr HAVING am closing my j shop for awhile on account of ill health.—Hoard's Blacksmith. GOOD PIGS REQUIRE WAL- hvit Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our servict is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H. S. Fain, Humboldt, -la. Phone 297-M. 25(2)5Itf KEEP,THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much. We can prepare the kind v you need quickly and at small cost Come in and talk over ydui problems.—Advance -Pub. Co. L _ 5 , begin to lay in four weeks.—W. i M. Giddings, Wesley. 15p5 , FQR FOR SALE-SURGE' MILKING machine.-rJohn' Welhousen, Ti- FOR .SALE—PUREBRED Hamp- i9,,c shire boars. One mile west, 6 IFOR SALE—PUREBRED SPRING | ler White boars. Big, Chcs- thick A FEW LATE . real Berkshire horn, fan FOR SALE _ WE since thanks u, frends and rdaliv s cdusin any wayv a £1 services for p f Knuj.cn.-Tho FOR fall Duroc ijoaYs- hog. Broad back' feeders. New ' customers. F,.. mile south, 41;, phone Burt a 01 gcr. STEADY EMPI^MBJ: men. Operation O f an hshcd coffee and ness of your own M.ason City. p osl : Expenses paid. Ca starting salary ; ,t f * week.-CHli or W rii7] Melvin Jewel Tea Co J erloo, Iowa. " Cc WE most sincere many kind rriencls'andU for then- oxprc SS i ons of thy, the fine floral expre and .the help given us f tonka, phone 8 on 43, 12p5 WANTED TO BUY—i66'Austra- white pullets.—R ( *-F. H.awcott, urt. nhono 12-3-3. i '"12n4-f5 Burt, phone 12-9-3. '12p4-5 ;-manding more feeding quality in miles north of Wesley. — Ubbe j his hogs. These pigs will please. Meter,'Wesley Rl. 2. 15u5tf >.'— W. J. Stewart, Burt, phone 4 on 96. 27(2)3tf SALE-DUROC .. „, „....„,. boars, to the farmer who is dc- ones with quality; sired by thc J illness and death of Balancer, and a son of Modern i husband, son and ' Trend. New blopdlincs for old has | pHONE 284W fof :; cirsVom feed grinding or see.me.atJijast End Groccy.—Verne Bah. I 14p5 PHSNA fiSVF^ TA1 K^ WilMH UlftkJ IHLiW Al a m onthlymeeting of the Prcsbytcrian Mcl y s club a G:45 suppc .. w .., s ser ved last evening ^ t j lc c hurch ° Dr . Harris G. Hillschcr, interim MARRIED MAN WANTED FOR general farm work. — P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. 9u3tf FOR SALE—2 YEARLING colts, Or will trade for heifer calves. —Frank Boever, Ledyard. 13p4-5 FOR SALE—SPOTTED Welch 12p5 Dinner Honors a Visitor— Union Twp., Oct. 11—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch entertained at family dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Gisch's nephew, Frank McDonald, and his wife, Ellsworth, Minn. Attending: the U. F., Raymond, and Maynard Lentsches, Clare; the Joe Kramers, Whittemore; the Raymond Kramer family, the Henry Zie- mets, the Francis Collins family, the William Spechts, the John Gisches, Mary Frankl, and the Jos. Lichters, all of Algona. Vocal and instrumental afternoon numbers were given by Dorothy, Ruth, and Rachel Gisch and Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. Family Dinner at Corwilh— Mr. and Mrs. Budd Lawson, Corwith, entertained last Thursday at a fa m i 1 y dinner in honor of Lt. Com. and Mrs. H. G. Becker, Long Beach, Calif. Doctor Becker, neuro surgeon in a navy hospital, was spending a 15-day leave in Iowa. Other guests were Mrs. R. J. Hutchison, daughter Mrs. Rachael Brown, Algona; Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, Wesley; Doctor Becker's father, H. H. Decker, DCS Moines. Tuesday evening the same group were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs, P. O. Dorweiler. hid Hears College Speaker— S The Trinity Aid held an annual = ;;uest day yesterday. Chester L. Platt gave an organ prelude, and lymn singing by the audience followed, with scripture and prayer. Vocal numbers were sung by Mrs. Vaughn K. Rising, Evelyn Dau, Norma Ketelson, Phyllis Kain, and Phyllis Crawford, with Mrs. Loren Brown, as accompanist. The Rev. Wm. Kreuger, department public re- lat.io.iSj V2ln?-T?.!so iinivcr»it church, Fart Dodge, was speaker.! The doctor, who was a missionary I in China 17 years, was returned LOST—TWO DESK DRAWERS, to thc United States a few months ago on the ship Grips- hoim. He plans to return to China us soon as conditions there permit. j FOR SALE—OAK The program committee for the | cabinet.—Art Rusch, jjjWhitte- mcetins included Marvin Jensen, j more, phone 3318 Lone Rock. Lloyd Elston, and Frank Geigel. | 10p5 between Lu Verne and Wesley. —Finder please call 3761 Wesley. 13u5-6 v t.'.i ,; ;>SALE—GOOD SPRINGING Hqlstpin cows, 2 miles north- e'ast ; yf -Algona on Highway 13, customers. — George Verne. Wolf, Lu 27(2)3tf non Nclson.-Mrs. Vcrnon' son, Mr. and Mrs Margaret Pathm." L. J.i phone t5-13W.—Victor Johnson .f;i:.r i I6p5 MECHANICS AS WELL AS IN-'; experienced men wanted. Steady employment, eo-jrl v/.iises.' -^Inquire at office, Kent Motor! I Cc. • i'UDtf, FOR SALE — SOME CHOICE I Hereford boars. Eligible to be ] registered.—Everett Mueller, 1 '.•> i miles north of Fenton on high- j .way 44. ' 34p4-7 WANTED—TO PURCHASE par.t or whole litters of English 'Shepherd Collie or Tcrrior pups. State price. Bow-wow Kennels, Reinbeck. • 18p5 NO.T?I<EE — RE-OPENING HAR- rifefSEi shop at Burt. Will repair harness and shoes. Carry a. full line of harness goods. — L. R. Daniels, Burt. 20p4-5 plll!!llllllllli!l!!i!!l!l!i!!!!i!!!i!!iii!!lM OAT ARE HERE it itfi THE G Chrischilles Store These are the cool Autumn days and nights that .call for that new coat. Well, we have the .grandest selection of fine fur-trimmed and untrimrried coats you have ever seen. Gorgeous, smart, sleek mdels design- el to "do something for you"t^-to give you warmth and that well dressed feeling too. Come in this week and let us show you these handsome garments. SMART, SLEEK, STREAMLINED —THESE COATS The coats are so becoming this Fall —- the colors are black, brown and green with a liberal sprinkling of ^high shades" to give the season a real "lift." In all sizes—juniors, misses and women's half sizes. Plenty of gorgeous fur trimmed coats—big, expensive looking collars to properly "frame the face." A BIG STOCK OF FUR TRIMMED COATS W ; » BUY YOUR ANNIS FUR COAT We are carry ing a large stock of the famous ANNIS fur coats in the wanted muskrat (mink and sable blended) in both southern and northern back*. An ANNIS fur coat is a good investment because it is a QUALITY coat* Exclusively here. Priced UNDER most of our competitors. That's a promise* 11)11 NEW CROP Grapefruit 96 Size 5 for 29c Jack Sprat PANCAKE FLOUR 3-LB. BAG Easily Prepared 17c Jack Sprat SYRUP NO. '10 CAN Cherries RED PITTED •' 1.49 CHOCOLATE CREAM The Coffee you've a hoped io find lib. lar 33( EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS NO, 1 JONATHAN ... 252 Six* SUNKISTORANGES 252 Size . SUNKIST LEMONS. TOKAY GRAPES (In/,. 3.i 3! No. I Red TRIUMPH POTATOES I5-1H. Si MEATS FOR FALL MEALS ROUND STEAK /o'ung beef ......... no points, Ib, 3ll MEATY SPARE RIBS. ... PURE PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS SLICED BACON ENDS . . AMERICAN CHEESE .... OLEOMARGARINE »••••«.•• »•§•••• Jack Sprat QUICK OR REG. OATS. Health Soap £ 25< SWAN SOAP Small Package RINSO 2 URGE RINSO Larg* Pack«9« WHEATIES . BAB-0.... . 2 Jor i /cans 1 BBWG IN YOUR COUPONS FOB Jack Sprat ENRICHED FLOUR 50-lb. If . bag *

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