Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1944 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1944
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, 10*4 AN EX-OTTOSEN GIRL MARRIES A MINNESOTAN Ottosen, Oct. 24 — Bertha, daughter of Mrs. Anna Longseth, was married to Harold, son of Mrs. THE WEEK'S BURT PARAGRAPHS Betty Hutzel entertained the . Sunday night from Mason City to Bid or Bye club last Thursday return to Farragut, Ida., where evening. Mrs. Ollom won high, he began training in July. He and Mrs. Schrader was low. Mrs. Paul Olson entertains this week Friday evening. visited his sister, Mrs. Harold Angus, and other local relatives. Walther League members attended a rally and banquet at '•'. I West Bend Minn., Friday, Oct. 6, at St. Paul by tho Rev. Herbert Johnson, in a double-ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a 21, which is also his I Mr - and Mrs. S. M. Petersen father's birthday. The baby was have returned from a visit at born at an Algona .hospital and their daughter Mrs. Harold Nel- weighed eight pounds, 12 ounces. s ° n 's, Chicago. They were away Mrs. Carman is the former Edna tw ° weeks, and also visited at Waterloo. The Clarence Lafsens brought them home Saturday, Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertain- with fuchsia accessories, and u....- __j 4 ,,, „•„, wore a corsage of roses and i boys and two girls, chrysanthemums. She was at-' .J.'mrnie Polhemus, of the navy, , . . m i. * ». trioitnH n f Viif« rtt*n «^J tn 4-Vt»»« TVff "C 1 ! *-W " tended by Charlotte Shadboldt, at his grandfather M. who wore a yellow wool dress Polhemuses Monday. He was be- with brown accessories and a i m S transferred from a camp in corsage of roses and chryanthe-1 California to Long Island, N. Y. | Ruth Haase, R. N., came from Longseth, brother of ' Iowa City Friday to visit her . j t mums. Joseph the bride, was best man. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil go Mtalled onrs Fred of Hum- were Sunday evening callers at Martin Hantelman's. 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman had spent tho afternoon at Whittemore with Mrs. Hantelman's aunt, Mrs. William Dietrich, who is seriously sick. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, Salome Uthof, and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, son Bobby, daughter Joan visited Saturday at Truesdale with the Hugo Mittags. The Clifford Wallaces, Sebeka, Minn., arrived Saturday for a visit 'till Tuesday at the parental John Wallace's and with the Earl and Maurice Wallaces. ; Lyle E. Bassett, S. F. 3-c. U. S. N., and Mrs. Bassett, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, were Monday night supper guests at O. H. Stoeber's. Mrs. May Voigt, Ceylon, and her daughter Esther spent Sunday with Lilas Boevers and attended the services at the Metho- THURSDAY, Sunday evening, en route home .£"» ^rt "h ' from a meeting at Swea City. M£ „".?' «~ » n - . „ The Ellsworths once lived here Ml> and r3> iale3 eson. and Mr EHsworth wnrlprf foS Cylinder, were _ visitors Saturday N i. „ Nelson. Thc new Mrs. Sundt was grad- Haase. She will go back Nov. 1 ' fate A N S Thompson Thov i evenin S at Martin Hantelman's. ,!„,! f,.,™ tu« ,-»»„,.„„ v,:-t, f™. r,,,^=ir,rr ir, »!,„ 'T T' V,^«!*~1 lcUB V" 1N ' °' J-nompSOn. J. ney Wnltnr WiHrtol vieitnri 1-nlntUr uatcd from the Ottosen high school in 1942, later from the Hamilton business college at Ma- for nursing in the 'U' hospital. now have'an'undertaking estab- Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart \ lishment. served family dinner Sunday in j Mrs. Gordon Giddings left and Mrs. Web Stewart, their son, j Mrs. Wm. Giddings returned and the Earl Stewarts. The cap- j Saturday from Iowa City, where . i n n . tain, his wife, and baby left early . she had taken her eldest son Aged Hurt "lOnCCr in the week for California. Claude Whitehill, A. S., left I his ears. Gary for 'U' hospital treatment of son City. She is in the employ honor of Capt. Eddie Stewart and Wednesday to join her husband, of thc Gamble-Robinson Co., in '- = - —='- ^"— —- • " • - — — St. Paul, as a stenographer. The bridegroom is a member of thc Seabees and recently returned to the States, after 19 months of active service in the South Pacific. He received his training at Camp Allen, Norfolk, Va. He had worked on many farms in this vicinity. Thc couple made- a short wedding tour in Wisconsin, after which thc bridegroom returned to a camp in California and the bride to her work. Thc bride was honored at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening, Oct. 12, at thc Lutheran church, some 100 persons attend-' Walter Widdel visited relatives at Colesburg Saturday to Monday. The Arthur Jentzes visited Sunday at Hugo Mittag's, Tru'es- dale. Suffers Leg Break ANNIVERSARY OF METHODISTS, FENTOJULOSED Fenton, Oct. 24—Sunday evcn- rng."Th7'h7gh"schooT'girrs"sex-! ' m & saw thc c }ose of thc 70th an- tette sang, and readings were' " iv f urs ^ y celebration of the given by Mrs. Clara Solberg. Mrs. > Methodist chul : ch wl ] lch l ? e S a n' T»..I.-,I_ T-1- i i_ _t_ _._ Tmirsnav nvoninr* nnrt nnnlimipn ; Burt,. Oct. 24—Mrs. J. M. val patrol bombers. While he was • Blanchard, Lone. Rock, and Mrs. out of the States, Mrs. Smith was Lester Johnson, Bancroft, have employed at Washington, D. C., been caring for their mother, as secretary to Brig. Gen. B. M. Mrs. Ada Whitehill, who fell in Bryan, who has charge of Pris- her kitchen last Thursday and oner of War camps in the United! suffered fracture of one leg above States. The Smiths are visiting ] the knee. Mrs. Claude Whitehill, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. j Omaha, will care for her mother- G. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. j in-law during the next few Stoeber, en route to a naval air • weeks, station at Corpus Christi; Tex., where the lieutenant has been signed to instructor's duty. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabrielson, near Webster City. The occasion was little Glennda Sue's first birthday. The Oscar Hammonds were Sunday dinner gueits of the John Schulers, near Swea City, the occasion being a family reunion honoring Pvt. Herman Hammond, home on furlough, and others at- . . ., . „ „ Ralph Richards also gave some, Thursday evening and continued j Depew Aid Has Meeting— readings, and Mrs. Merle Faulk! throu gh Sunday, with three ser- | _ The Fellowship Circle of the as- Lucky Escape From a Picker Accident gave a vocal solo. vices that day, and a fellowship Depew Aid met last week The bride opened many gifts ' dinner served to 300 people at j Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. • , i . -« - •* - , . ** ~° * nr»rm T3 A T3 -,v.l»-1 n« -] 1O v ,-»~« n «j- A Lone Rock, Oct. 25 — C. F. Schultz suffered burns and cuts „.„.,,.„ t .on both legs when he was caught B. A Berkland, 16 present. A in lhe power ta ke-off of his corn- esses were Mrs. Anna Longseth, Mrs. Alfred Lemke, and Mrs. Melvin Longseth. assisted by Mrs. Melvin Long-, no ° n - seth and Maurine Holden. Host- ' R( ^ as g Thursday toT now of Quimby, delivered j ing by Mrs. Ole Berkland, and a i £ that Ts now" aFrtehT His^on the sermon. The junior choir fur-j song by La Vonne Cody. Guests Ronald came"from LakotaMon nished social music,and the sen- were Mesdames Lloyd Berkland, da? to hel? pSk™ora ?hursda y evening .the • scripture reading was given by/' C ^ r 1ast week Wcdnesdav He ,. Weaver, former pas-1 Mrs. Ole Pederson, another read-1 f s Si VlittllsSf but outside nf Qllimhv rlplivm-pd inff V,v TVT,.= Dlo T»^b-ln«rl ~~A „ IS . S . 1111 a IltUC ?! ;1Ir .' . DUt _°, utsiac P. T. A. Has .Program— The Parent-Teacher association met recently at the high school ior Youth Fellowship presented Friday evening the church was well filled to hear the Rev. J. G. auditorium, and the program was we ie o ear e ev. opened with numbers by the Waterman, Stratford, who high school band, followed by vo- P ast ° r here just prior to the Rev. cal numbers by Melvin Olson, ' F - C ' pastor. A Other Fen ton News. Mrs. F. H. Eigler, granddaughter Sharon Lee Eigler, and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thacker, West Bend, to DCS Moines last Thursday. Mrs. Eigler and Sharon visa novelty number written by 5,7 socletv . wero honored - Mrs.; ited Mary Jane Eigler, R. ' N., Mrs. Earl Long, consisting of dia- Walter Weisbrod sang a special ( Mrs. Schwartz visited her dausjh- - u - "* tu ~ - 1 * tu ter Betty Jean, cadet nurse, and with her sister, Edith Laage, teacher, and the Thackers visited Bode. Barbara Long gave a gui- candlelightmg service by the W. tar solo, and the Rev. Mr. S : p. S. was impressive. The so- Schneck, Rolfe, gave a talk on, « et y atte " de , d , m a bodv ' a " d What Are We Fighting For? i charter and older members of the The closing program event was former A id and Foreign Mission- Herbert Schickelman, George Seims, Hans Thompson, Emil Bleckwenn, Anna Osbcrn, and John Kerber. Sexton logue and popular songs given by n , un ? b 5. at the close of the calv a group from the high school. i dlehghtmg service. Mrs. Ray Telford gave a report! Official Board Program, on canning done this season, 'and! Saturday evening was "Official the president, Mrs. Loran Dan- Board Night," and the choir was iels announced that i the Ameri- composed of the Board members, can Legion Auxiliary will have who sang special selections and the program on the first Tuesday ; gave "Highlights." I evening in November, when the' The Rev. J. T. Snyder, another' refreshments committee will be former pastor, now of Storm! Mrs. Anna Purdy, Mrs. Bertha ! Lake, delivered the sermon. | Oppedahl, and Mrs. Harold i Sunday morning the sermon Sundt j was delivered by Dr. F. Earl Bur- \ gess, Algona district superintend- Cards for Hospital Veterans— | ent. A vocal solo, The Lord's Mrs. Eugene Hofius entertained Prayer, was given by LaVonnc the Rural club last Thursday, 16 Newel, and special marimba mu- mcmbers attending, the presi- sic was provided by Carcille Jos> dent, Mrs. Roy Telford, presiding, ten, Klemme, who also in an af- The club decided to make ternoon service played selections. Christmas cards for veterans in BUhop Gives , Sermon . hospitals, members to take old; -& •,, • ,. cards to I he : next'meeting ;to bei" flawing, .dmner an mspira- made into colored folders of con- twmal meeting was held, and the struction paper. The cards are Rev " G , eo ' R Wessel, Burt, gave for the veterans to send out. I a m . uch a PP recla ted talk. This Mrs. Mike Coyle gave the les-' S * T ™? was one of reminiscence, son at Thursday's meeting and Greetings were read from the Mrs. Edward Zinnel read from £ rmstAr , ongl?M ? thiodlst J thu " hl ' die the Reader's Digest. I ? ev ' r , Mr - P s ^}, on > Mt. Auburn, Guests were Mrs. Jack Crane,' th ^, ^ V 'T, H «r ? y ™'-« fie ^ oodl Mrs. Irvin Movick, Mrs. Chester • ? n ? the Rev - W - J ' Witter, Storm Alme, Edith Bartels, Mrs. Max: La ^ e -, . , ,. Clark, Mrs. Alf Lee, son Terry,: Baskets of flowers—roses, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, son Knut chrysanthemums, and autumn Jr., Mrs. Henry Lovig, daughter i leaves—were Presented m mem- Barbara. The next meeting will ° ry , of J . a ?° b Weisbrod Jr. first bo Mrs. Zinnel's in two wppk.s i lead ? r ° f the Sunday school, and The Glenn Gabrielsons were Sunday dinner guests of Glenn's AT FIRST SIGN OF A the Renn Klugers. The Ted Meiers, Whittemore, Cold Preparations as directed. i to Junior Crouch and Dickie Silver Anniversary Observed— Meyers. Brief talks of reminis- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle were c ence were given, honorees at a cafeteria chicken! .. Bl ?hop Charles Brashares, of dinner at their home Saturday' ^. Northwest Iowa Conference, evening, Oct. 14, by neighbors! delivered ^ the wmne ^rmnn and other friends, the occasion •being the couple's 25th wedding f, ranl1 ' ? ank J hr ^ Candles and anniversary. The table center-1 JJ 1 . 6 choir under direction of Mrs. piece was a three-tier wedding j £, ay ,!°" J? 1 ! tsWOrth> sang a spec ' cake decorated with silver leaves '° ""™ and beads. The couple received .many silver dollars. Attending: . the Roy Telfords, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark, Mrs. Alf Lee, son Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Movick, daughter Betty Lou, the Edward Zinnels, Muriel, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, Miss Gertie Lou Coyle, near Humboldt, Berniece Coyle, Mankato, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and her son Knut Jr. Engagement Announced — Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle have ' ial number. Many Visitors Come. Attending the dinner or services on Sunday were ministers and members of their congregations from all neighboring towns —Lone Rock, Burt, Algona, Whittemore, Graettinger, Armstrong, Ringsted, Cylinder, Good Hope, Swaa City. Mrs. C. F. Langerman was here from Fairmont; Mrs. May Voigt and her daughter Esther came from Ceylon; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and their daughter Mary Alice came from Fort announced the engagement of : Dodge; Mr, and Mrs. George their daughter Gertie Lou to Pvt. Francis Hart, son of Mrs. Thomas Hart, Gilmore City. The Donald Coopers were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Henley, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Caroline Telford and Mrs. Edw. Schoenwetter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten, daughter Marcille, from Klemme; Lieut, (j. g.) and Mrs. J. W. Smith, from Corpus Christi, Tex.; and Lyle E. Bassett, S. F. 2-3 U. S. N., Genevieve Newel, Hazel Weisbrod, Phyllis Frank, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. v ni, iif ,1 . Le Rov Newel - Hartley, daughter Von Bank, Rolfe, were callers at La Vonne Newel. Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper's. The Edward Zinnels were Sunday callers at Burton Jacobson's, Bradgate. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, son Knut Jr., Mrs. Alf Lee, son Terry, and Mrs. Eugene Hofius called Friday on Mrs. Cora Bason, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrickson, West Bend, called Monday on Mrs. Helen Rasmuson. Eva Bestler, Mrs. Irvin Movick, and the latter's daughter Betty Lou wore at West Bend Saturday. Mrs. Chester Alme and her daughter Shirley spent the weekend at J. M. Blanchard's, Lone Rock, returning with Mr. Alme Sunday. | Mr. and Mrs. "Edward Zinnel Edith Bartels, first and second were at Fort Dodge Friday. onne Newel, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Irmscher, Greeley, and Barbara Frank, West Bend, were all here. Bomber Pilot Visits Here- Lieut, (j. g.) and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith arrived Friday for a brief visit with the home folks. The lieutenant has returned from duty with the South Atlantic fleet, for which he was flying na- grade teacher .attended a homecoming at Waverly last weekend. Mrs. Hollis Cooper, Rodman, spent from last Thursday till Monday at George Cooper's. TRACTORS covered for fire, theft, lightning, tornado, cyclone, windstorm, and hail. While operating, picking corn, on or off the premises. L. S. BOHANNON Over S. & L. Store Tico Jlrack Lcdyard II. II. Meyer Lu Verne 1'hoite 103 Joe Miller Wesley eeow /-' You want your fall pigs to be thrifty—to gain and grow—to build sturdy frames . . , right from the start. HONEVMBAD MEBt is the pig starter you are looking for—to help you get these money-making feeding results at low cost, It has been proving it for years, COMES READY TO FEED Young pigs need proteins. They need minerals. They need vitamins. They need Dex-' (rose. HONEVMEAO Meet supplies (hem all — in properly balanced amounts. So—start your fall pigs on' HONEYMEAD MEEL ... keep them on it ... . and plan ahead for best profits at market time. * \ Order Hbneyneod Ms«I today—from your Honeymtacf deafer HONEYMEAD • f WlWfci • frlhlTIv CO, H A p i os i o w Algona Flour & Feed Co. Next to North-Western Freight Depot on 1G9 I'lioue 257 tending were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond, Wesley, thrft *iti. Woods family, Woden, thc Alyin Hannas, Thompson, the Hollis Beadles, Mr. and Mrs. OtUTKar- els, Swea City, and the Wayne Nasers, Britt. Mrs. Sarah Wise, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stratton, Danville, spent Saturday at the Herman Wise home near Renwick, and tho afternoon at the Henry Phillips home, Al- goha. , The EIzo LewerkieS, Garner, Mrs. John Stratton, Britt, and her son ; .Monty visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Maynard Nallj of Mason City, and a son came Sunday for a stay over Tuesday to attend the wedding of her niece, Kath- -•-••« JJOCIC ;,f „•"« Catholic church, IS ..The Alfrrti X y ' Mrs. Sarah Wise- vP" 1 J rs ' se- v Strallon, Mrs nJ Lowcrkics, Mr? r' 1 , 0 ™ ' and the Mr r, 0 ™. ' Joh n dinner g uosls ' s son ' Swea f Bobo cans 19c FOLGEH'S 2-lb. jar COFF€€ 55c 10-lb. bag PURE GRANULATED SUGAR 591 Crisco or Spry Mary Stevens SALAD DRESSING PW GRAPE JAM DAIRYLAND MILK No. 2 Can Standard TOMATOES . . . d Val AS quart .jar Good Value ,>'(». 2 CHIl 'cans CilCll for 12c 25c Van Cam? jar 2 for 29C Whole Grain N1BLETS 12-oz. . can 14c Hormel with Post TOASTIES ',; Sunrich OATS ;;; Quaker PUFFED RICE ,, k , 1jc | WHEATIES 2 K" IVORY SOAP SOAP *a till' large l)i!IS ,,,,, s BROWN SUGAR l-lb. box ALGONA CREAMERY utter l-lb. box CRACKERS 2tcl GRAPEFRUIT JUICE N0.5TIN . .EACH WHITE SYRUP GAL JUG .. .35c »mn«Bi^H^Bii^Bm^BaiH Fancy, U. S. Good MARSHMALLOW CREME PJNTJAR 15(1 DARK SYRUP 1 /2 GALLON JUG .....: 29cl VEAL ROAST „„ „„„„» „, 24c /EAL STEW no points 11,. 1 ?C Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE .TJl 9c KING BOLOGNA 27c CHEESE,KRE-MEE... . .. Smoked SAUSAGE, POLISH STYLE ., 33t| Dressed Chickens, each 1.29 Fresh Oysters pt. 69 ^™^^^™^«1^"™^BI Fresh Fish Bullheads Halibut Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT':;' ORANGES S". Russet POTATOES £. s i Fancy Yellow ONIONS ... 4«,, 29c do/. 10-lb. 10-lb. 49c 39c Pascal CELERY, LARGE Fancy SWEET POTATOES Fancy Jonathan APPLES...... Eatmor CRANBERRIES HOOD'S SUPER VALU Algona,' Iowa

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