Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1944 · Page 4
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PAGE TWO ner hostesses posed mostly who forinerlj roll call was KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA THURSDAY, Doris Voss, Lu Verne, Will Be Wed and a numb added to th were Pastor •r of pennies were Store. CEREMONY TO TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, NOV. Lu Verne, Oct. 24— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Voss, north of town, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Doris to Harvey, son of, , -, .- ., ... ..- . Mrs Theresa Will, Lu Verne. The £uy furlough with the parents ,.,-.._ ___;,! ,-i ' ..i c- i.... Mr. and Mrd. Fred Baumeartnei The club is com-1 Granger, are visiting the old; reeling, also by the Girls Glee of farm women or I home town and caring for the j club and James Whalen, the lat- lived on farms, and j three grandchildren while the j ter playing two numbers on his on a well balanced ] mother, Mrs. Robert Broadie, is ; cornet. meal for con pickers. A rule of j visiting her husband in a camp. Ushers were"' Bernice Olson, the club is {hose not answering Mrs. Walter Engel is substituting I Elaine Koppen, Merle Pannkuk, to roll call must forfeit a cent fnr Mrs. Broadie at the Corner; Kay Murray, Bernadine Gerze- treasury. Guests Wittenburg, Mrs. Emma Krause J ma, Bob Millag, Wayne Heetland, accompanied \ and Phyllis Wirtjes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam, j Elsie Ward, domestic science States last May, after 29 months Overseas.- At that time he spent •28 days at home. He was a member of the 133rd infantry of the 34th division and fought In both Africa and Italy. Since coming back he has been stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. Accompanying Albert to Al- gbna were his mother and the sisters Henrietta, Rozella, and Mrs. Russell Winter, also the latter's husband and son. Mn. Swalre Loses Father w ci c: i aaiui. »v inc'ii^/u-t f, ( *»i.i. u. *•*». un\.t ^»»i n. A. *..t tin«L iiiun-jvtuiu, .iuioit; TV UL it; uuJJiC.st.tv. auiCJJtc: t • - • • , Bert Ramus, and Martha Forage. Irvington, to Des Moines last' teacher who as director was pre- '. Mrs. Henry Swalve was called 'I ' , ,-t * . >.. .1 .- .. _ . V;T . I i r"» i I-* — , ., 1 t L ... 1_ Tl7 n jJ««nrln«r . funeral. Swalve's sister, Mrs. Hugh CaK er, son Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Hes Titonka, accompanied hen i Henry Olthoff, son Harold, and Mr Swalve received word Satur- f.V»>. Henrv Ennens. Elmore. caller! day that (He patient had died, and he and his brother-in-law Mr. Callies left Sunday for the on the Jasper Sleenhards, near Swea City, Sunday evening. Alvin Steenhard is leaving lor the army sometime this week. Naomi Telkamp, Algona, who had spent a few days at the parental Edw. Telkamp's, returned to her duties at the Kossuth hospital last week Mondayi She and William • ner sister Lavonne were supper Other Lalcota News. ' Mesdames Eva Mittag and George Ennen were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid "J.,,. 1 ™; gSSSdTSS^SWSS cai.-SBff "-«*"• tions and group singing, and Mrs. I. E. Wortman reviewed Anne 2328ft, CTO. All W( , n , ,"• 1 Mrs. Johp "VSe 1 Furlough Gets Extension— Sgt. and RJIrs. Wayne Sanford, Kingman, Ariz., had spent a 15- wedding will take place Sunday evening, Nov. 0, at the Zion Luther. m diurch here, the Rev. Lev/is WHlenburg officiating in a sinuk'-nng candlelight ceremony. A reception will be held at the church i'or members of the wedding party, and relatives of bride and bridegroom. After a short wedding trip the couple will live on the Will farm, west of town. Miss Voss, who had been employed at the Jack Sprat store hero, is a graduate of the Woolstock schools, and Mr. Will manages his molhei''s farm. W. S. C. S. Enleriains Guests — The Methodist W. S. C. S. had a guest day last week Wednesday at the community hall, 13 members of the Livermore W. S. C. S. guests. A program of readings was given by Mrs. S. R. Baker and Mrs. H. H. Phillips, instrumental music by Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Phillips. The Rev. Mr. Phillips presented pictures, one on the life of Thomas Jefferson, the other on Yellowstone park. The women were divided into groups according to birthday months for a tray lunch. A birthday cake with four candles noted four years of the W. S. C. S. Because of a district meeting at Algona next week Wednesday, Circle 1 will meet Tuesday at Mrs. Kale Barton's, Mrs. Cora Hunt and Mrs. William Murray assisting, and Circle Z will meet with Mrs. John Ramus, Mrs. C. O. McClellan assisting, the latler meeting Thursday. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Fred Baumgarlner and Mr. ind (Mrs. Frank Sanford, -.^ . ^..Q» U ..J V w -•-- v-u *..^M.»*II.U J.1.IWU. iv_tt*_l | V, I *V 1 IU MO *.lli V-V \i\JL. W l*»> ^Jl *•• I i -.— .-• — : . V ~ Tit J J j week Sunday to visit an aunt,' senled with a corsage by Avis' to St. Paul last week Wednesday Mrs. Frank Krause, Renwick, pa-! Mitchell, on behalf <jf the juniors ' ty a message reporting the Criti- tient at Mercy hospital there af-! in appreciation of her work. cal sickness of her father, Mrs. ter recent eye surgery. | Mr. anct Mrs. Charles Thomp- { Gene Nelson is Married— son, Waltham, Minn., visited last, Of interest here was the receht week at [he latter's sister Mrs.' marriage of Gene Nelson, S. A. Morrow Lindbergh's book, The Steep Ascent. bcv. u * »»j*-*-*- " . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beck- Sunday evening. Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Des . . llm c.'s . , 11K sisters, r Dennis Murrai City T 1 • • versity "" >ltinl - "n to and came and were ati Des Moines, with j Grover Rentes and were dinner D. 3-c, U. S. Navy, son of Mrs. luggage on the bus, for return to | guests at Mrs. Peter Thompson's Hannah Nelson, Elmore, former camp, wheni Wayne received a ' Wednesday evening. resident of this vicinity. Mrs. Nel- telephone dill that leave had I The George Ditzels, Spencer, son had four sons in service, one ecu extended ten days, so they i visited Mrs. Ditzel's mother, Mrs. of whom was killed last spring, eturned to Lu Verne, much to H. E. Peitzke, Sunday, and all Gene's bride was Irene Midthun, ie surprise p£ the home folks. I went to Eagle Grove in the after- j of the Elmore vicinity, and they noon to visit the Fay Thompsons, j were married at the South Blue J. Club Has Meeting— I Mrs. William Veldhouse, two! Earth ch-.irch October 15 by the As materials for Red Cross ! children, and Mrs. M. H. Martin, j Rev. H. K. Marum in a double- vork faiK'd ; to arrive, the J. J. Humboldt, with a daughter, were , ring ceremony, The bride's sis- lub met at; Mrs. H. H. Lichty's recent guests at William Hop-! ter Colleen was maid of honor, nstead of tfie Red Cross work pee's, Winnebago, Minn. j and Betty Nelson and Arlet Tn- ooms Friday, each $15 members j Donald Meyers, San Diego,; gum were bridesmaids. Marion ontributing an item of interest, Calif., is home on furlough with ; Nelson, brother of ' the bride- poem, magazine article, current his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry: groom who was on furlough from Dinner Honors a Soldier — • A family dinner was served at John Hefti's, east of town, Sunday in honor of Gilbert Hefli Webster City, home on furlougl" from Berkeley, Calif., where ht liad been, attending a motor school. Present besides the Albert, Edwin, and Walter Heftls Lu Verne, were the William Hef- tis and Mr. and Mrs. John Zim merman, Goldfield, the Clancys Hardy, the honor guest, Webster City, his wife, and two daugh ters, Webster City. Farm Club Has Meeting— The Good Will club met Thurs day at the community hall, Mr H. D. Ristau and Mrs. Ted Weg vent, or household hint, oil awed by a discussion. each chool Band Takes Jauni— The.school band was taken to Bode last Thursday to see the ode band demonstrate marching jnd playingj black and red uni- orms adding to the effect. There ire some 50 in the local band, and bey have purple and white uni- 'orms. Church Musical Event—The- Evangelical • junior and senior choirs represented a mus- cal program at the church Sun- lay evening. Mrs. Paul Beckman s director. Solos were sung by lames Blumer, Mrs. Albert Hefti, il Blumer, and Delia Jean Hefti. Meyer. the South Pacific for the Mrs. J. L. Eustace spent the | lime- in 2% years, was best man. weekend with her husband, still \ The couple left for Seattle, where a patient at Oakdale. the bridegroom is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. George Merklej -left Friday for ten days with Minneapolis relatives. Mrs. Peitzke Brother Dies— Mrs. H. E. Peitzke returned Saturday from Clark, S. D.,where she attended the funeral of her Brother, Porter H. Russell, whose wife is dead. A brother Orson, with whom Porter resided, survives. Porter was 09. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Harry Blazer, Park Rap- JUNIOR CLASS, LAKOTA, GIVES SCHOOL PL AY Lakola, Oct. 24 — The high school juniors presented the play, j You're Young Only Twice, at. the school auditorium Friday evening before a crowded house. The proceeds were $140. This was a comedy in three acts, and the scene was laid in the parlor of a sorority house at a slate university. Soldier Back to Camp- cpl. Albert Boekelman left by train from Algona Saturday, a f ter a 15-day furlough with' ; his . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boekelman. The corporal returned to the Taking part were Leone Christ, Betty Lou Kienitz, Fauchon Heetland, Avis Mitchell, Wanda Heetland, Judy Schroeder, Patricia Mittag, F.austine Heetland, ids, Minn., was a guest of Mrs. H. Doris Asmussen, Alfred Stenzel, C. Allen and the F. I. Chapmans John Heetland, Robert Eichen- Monday afternoon. She was en-1 berger, Gerald Swalve, Virgil Sachs, and Frederick Kahler. Music was furnished by the chool band, Vivian Strand di- route hbme after six weeks at gona, helping care for her sister, Mrs. J. E. Willey, confined to home following a stroke. The two women are remembered here as Cora and Hattie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beckwith, oioneers, the Beckwith homestead now farmed by Harold Davidson. • ; - ••' Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Broadieare, i OPPORTUNITIES You'll get good pay, steady work, employment relief, old age pension, and free transportation after a qualifying period of service ., . and you'll be doing essential war work. Positions to be filled right \iow; TRAINMEN-SWITCHMEN LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN TELEGRAPHERS MACHINISTS-BOILERMAKERS ELECTRICIANS (a/so Helpers and Apprentices) FREIGHT CAR REPAIRERS TRUCKERS LABORERS-ALL CLASSES Sec your local "North Western' 1 Agent or Call at any II. S. Railroad Retirement Board and ask for Mr. Stephens CHICAGO and NORTHWESTERN SYSTEM IIALLOWEEN DANCE St. Cecelia's Academy Monday, Oct. 30 COOK'S ORCHESTRA SPONSORED BY CIRCLE NO. 8 MRS. .TOE BRADLEY MRS. ROBERT LOSS Chase & Sanborn COFFEE ft- IbS. Van Camp's MILK 3 ta11 25 e cans b*J w Moines, drove to F. G. Tprine's, Telkamp, near Algona, Saturday for the , Sunday it^.vi* • *"55wi*vij •—" ««.. ~~^-j «.u^ v»v. ( *-*IA11uti v iUiprn/ weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.' Edw. Telkamp's 'en and Were vi 26e 29c Quality Meats SIRLOIN STEAK. . RING BOLOGNA BIG BOLOGNA 29 C SKINLESS WIENERS 29c PORK BRAINS ,,,l9c BEEF ROAST ..,,26c BEEF TONGUES ,,,300 •..•••••••••••..•••••••••••.•.••.i P WAR-WINTER AHEAD. CARS BEWARE! Mom and Pop and the Car... should have the Standard Oil Man winter cnanoe-over Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Individual 6for25c 3c 10 LlJs. 39c 29c Per Bu. 3.39 Per Bu. 3.39 COPYHIOhT 1B44. «TANDAHD Oik COMPANY Slicky sludge is forming in many cars today, and may, at any time, clog oil-lines and screens, and lead to burned-out bearings. The older the car, the greater the danger—especially with winter coming up. Guard against 4th war-winter car trouble. Now, of all times, use top-quality motor oil. Use instant- flowing, full-bodied, sludge-resisting, low-in-carbon oil. Use Standard's famous Iso-Vis 10 W, the full-protecting, fastest- starting, C'asicst-on-llie-battery 10 W motor oil. Get Iso-Via 10 W today. And while you're doing it, make sure your car has all-over protection. Arrange fora complete service "package" that covers the vital spots... get a 4th War-Winter 10 STAB TUNE-UP ut your Standard Oil Dealer's. STANDARD SERVICE TODAY SEE YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER for Better Cor Care Gasoline Powers the Attach... Don't Wttute a Dropl Buy more War Bonds »••••••i Cabbage Ib. (Russet Idaho Potatoes 10 ONIONS 10 Ibs. Delicious Apples Johnathans . Snow Apples . Cauliflower . Head Lettuce . . Per Bu. 3.29 25c 2 for ]9c HONEY .29 Ranch House PANCAKE FLOUR 23c NORTHERN TISSUE per roll Old English WAX ql. V-8 COCKTAIL Quaker PUFFED WHEAT for POST TOASTIES n-o,.2fo,. 15C__ ; sos SOAP PADS 15c FLOUR Kitchen Pride Con»ume«| 1,98 U AH Flavors JELLO SYRUP 23c RINSO ^ FLAKES Ivory Soap, medium ----- Gue*t Ivory __;___- _____ 4 far Qr Pulmplive, medium ..... * COCO WHEAT CREAM of WHEAT ••'..* PWARFIES OEOR01E POROE

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