Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1944 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COtfNTV ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA FATHER KLEIN, WESLEY, LOSES AGED MOTHER Wesley, Oct. 17—The Rev. L. N. Klein went to Granville Sunday to attend the funeral of his mother, who died Friday at the age of 92. She had been in fairly good health till three weeks ago, when she fell sick with the flu. Other Wesleyans who attended the funeral Monday morning included Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich- tcr. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer.^Mr. and |M.r£, Alfred Erdrhah, and Ben G. Studer. Former Wesley Girl Calls— Mr. and Mrs. H. Goepel called on Wesleyans Thursday. Mrs. Goepel is the former Florence Burke, who taught here some years ago. and Mr. Goepel, who is in service at Miami, Fla., is spending a furlough with his parents at Crystal Lake. The couple also visited Mrs. Goepel's folks at Waucoma. Mrs. Goepel and Mac Studer are employed at a Fisher plant at Cleveland, Ohio. Eight-Year-Old Celebrates— ... Gloria Simpson entertained young friends for her eighth birthday Sunday. Guests were Gladys, Elaine, and Luella Meyers, Bonnie, Marie, Ila, and Joyce Ostercamp, James and Duane Larson. Gary and Larry Pearson, Richard Simpson, Donna Lte and Danny Donovan, and Judy Gcr- ber. navy. • . -^ Patient is Expected Home- Henry and 'Bill' Hauptly, with their sister, Mrs, Lawrence Koppen, went to Rochester Sunday to see the sister Laura, who has been in a hospital there several weeks following an operation for gallstones. She is expected home next week. . »*jJK Birthday is Celebrated— Mrs. William Martinek celebrated her 54th birthday Sunday, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thissen, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, Dorothy Hauptman, and Harold Martinek. Mrs. Anna Reno Patient— Mrs. Anna Reno had a major "operation at an Omaha hospital one day last week. She had gone to Omaha to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Sheets. School Social Clears $25— Rita Loebig realized $25 from a party at her school in district No. 2, Boone township, Friday evening. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Bud Hauptman, -nee June Haverly, left one day last week for San Diego, Calif., following j three weeks at her parental J. L. 1 Haverly's. She is employed by an aircraft company. The Lawrence Smiths were Sunday guests at Harvey Boiler's, Goodell, and guests at Jos. Meurer's were the A. M. Lemkees, Livermore, and MrsJ' Edw, Abbott, Chicago. The Julius Kelches, of Estherville, were Sunday guests at Mrs. KelchV parental J. L, Studer's. Thyy observed their fourth' wedding anniversary Saturday. The Henry Haverlys were Sunday guests at Ray Welp's, Bancroft, and Mrs. Haverly's mother, Mrs. Rose Laux, accompanied them. ,' : Mrs. J. L. Haverly went to Cedar Rapids Monday for a few days/ with the Dr. Kenneth Ferguson's. ' The women'We' sisters. 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PURE GRAPE JAM I Ib. jar BEEF ROASTS Quality Meats 28c BEEF BOIL y. ........ 18c VEAL ROASTS »<> points .... n,. 24c VEAL CHOPS no points WIENERS. SKINLESS ,, 33 SAUSAGE Sl " 01 "" 110 points. Cheese, Kree-Mee 2 Ib box 69j * ^ : - • •. _^_^^^ Dressed Chickens fo f Fryers «* 1 FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS HOOD'S SUPER VALU Algona, Iowa

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