Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1944 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1944
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA A bustle-backed charmer in "Fashion Rubrics" gabardine by Edwin E. Berliner. And there's the unmistakably high-style touch of Annie Laurie, Jr. in those cartwheel crocheted buttons, that novel neckline and clever cutaway waist. Sizes 9 to 15, about $23. Exclusive with The Chrischilles Store VOTERS THIRD DISTRICT VOTE FOR W Republican Nominee for Supervisor THIRD DISTRICT Your vote will be appreciated. SORENSEN'S SPECIALS EARLY OHIO POTATOES liffi' LAUNDRY SOAP . 6 OLD DUTCH CLEANSER. .3 METAL SCOURING PADS -«£ 1 sack£.89 large pg C bars bwv , 23c TOMATO SARDINES, 1 ; 1 ,::;;:;'. 2™. 31 c OPAL SWEETENED Sf"" 1 " nil,';.i FLAftLj SPAGHETTI DINNER TONE:S COFFEE with M premium . "f JJoy-Ar- Dee . pkgs. pfcg. . . u, 23c TOOTSIEV.M.IS"?. ... ilir 55c Radishes, Green Onions, Head Lelluce, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Carrots, Celery, Green Peppers, Squash, Pumpkins, Parsnips, Huiabagas, Sweet Potatoes, Yams, Pears, Cranberries, Apples, Oranges, Quince, Grapes, Grapefruit. r y No Point Meat Specials CHOICE VEAL ROASTS .. „. 27c VEAL SIRLOIN ,,.350 T GRADE BEEF ROAST „ 22c "C" GRADE ROUND OR SIRLOIN STEAK „. 29c SKINLESS WIENERS „ 29c HOME RENDERED LARD 2, 35c Fresh Fish and Oysters ^ ^ Home Dressed Chickens Sorensen Grocery Co. Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138-139 , ', Group of 19 Leaves for Service Physical Examination ed the sound machine at the New Call here, and in Virginia was assigned to a like navy job. He is . married., and his wife is the for- HIS GROUP OF 19 from Kossuth left last week Tuesday morni ng for the induction station at Fort Snelling for final army physical examination prior to probable induction. The men are, left to right: Front row—M. E. Hoover, E. H. Browning, J. E. Huntley, W. H. Dacken, D. O. Coyle, H, M. Braddock, C. E. Monson, M. Y. Johnson, R. J, Bormann. Back row—M. E, Johnson, M. E. Lund, N. E. Htruecker, J. F. Berschman, R. H. Oldenburg, H. D. Godden, A. H. Schmidt, E. A. Ubben, R. L. Bradley, and N. E. Palmer. Kirschbaum-Bode Wedding— | Kalhryn, daughter of. Mr. and, Mrs. August Kirschbaum, Sexton. I and M. M. 1-c Roland Bode, son I of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bode, Al-j gona farmers, were married at; 9:30 a. m. last week Tuesday at, the Catholic church, Wesley. The! double-ring service was used, fr. L. N. Klein performing the ceremony, and a reception was held ;it the church, - followed by a wedding dinner served to 75 (."nests. I The bride wore a whiti 1 satin fJnor-'icngth gown, with finger tip veil held in place by a coronet of rhincstoncs. Her bouquet was yellow roses and white baby. mums. She was attended by Le-, ona Wagner, who wore a blue sheer flooi'-length dress and carried pink roses and white baby mums. Harold Bode was best man. | The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of St. Cecelia's academy here. Following their i marriage they made a short wed- ' ding trip. The bridegroom, who is at home on a 30-day leave, came from the Hawaiian Islands, where he had been stationed, and will report at Long Beach, Calif., Nov. 17. Relatives from a distance at-' tending the wedding included the Herman Bodes, the Maynard Nolls, Mrs. Harry Meleney, son Leon, Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum, son and daughter, all of Mason City; the Cyrus, Chester, Willard, and Cloo Eisemans, and the Aloys Kirschbaums, all of Britt; Rose Marie and Robert Kirschbaum, Garner; the James Coadys, Burt; and the Richard Garmans, St. Benedict. Titonka Girl is Bride— Titonka, Oct. 50—Eleanor Intermill and George Sachau, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sachau, were married at seven o'clock Saturday evening at the Lutheran church here, the Rev. Alfred O. Mardorf, pastor, using the single-ring ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. William L. Rode. The bride wore a street-length dress of peacock blue crepe with fuchsia accessories, and had a corsage of red roses and baby mums. Mrs. Rode wore an aqiia wool street-length dress with brown accessories and her corsage was Talisman roses. . After the wedding the bridal party drove to Clear Lake, where a three-course wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sachau are both graduates of the Titonka high school, and Mrs. Sachau attended Waldorf college one year. ' She- sold her partnership in the • EFi- tonka cafe to her brother Lermond in 1943, and since February, 1944, has been owner and manager of the Forest City Pro- duce at Titonka, which she will continue. Mr. Sachau is employed by the Rock Island railroad. The couple will live in an apartment at the Mrs. H. A. Jennings home. Church Group Has Program— The Westlyn Guild met in so- dnl room at the Methodist church last week Tuesday' evening, and devotions were led by Donnabclle Richardson. The meeting was called'-.to order bv Viola Drvielas, in the absence of the president. A talk w;is piven by a former member, Winifred Piumb, now In the Waves, and a lesson on India was ' presented by Mrs. Joyce I Frcscvr. Lunch was served fay Mrs. Waller Klamp's circle. Westminster Guild Meets— The Presbyterian Westminslcr Guild meets Monday evening with Mrs. D. G. Clopton, and dinner for 25 was served. This group consists of business and professional girls, and is a missionary society. Mrs. W. V. Keiiipley and Mrs. Lyle Mithes ar"> present .sponsors. The program was given by Fidelia Skovv, deputy county superintendent, who talked on Women and Missions. ALGONA BOY TO BE RADIO SOUND MAN ON BIG NAYY SHIP A card from Willard Zcigler, son of Fred Zeigler here, reports him now attending a sound technical motion picture school at a naval receiving station, Brooklyn, N. Y., and after eight weeks there is to be assigned to a ship. "This is a wonderful place," he wrote. The young man formerly operat- SMART and YOUTHFUL 'Seven-Year-Old Celebr-tes— | Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Laing, celebrated hrjf seventh birthday Tuesday by i having her teacher Miss Ballard, ! and 12 of her classmates for a Halloween party at her home. l Games were played and refresh; ments served. * * . WANT ADS ARE YOUR . MARKET PLACE Sweaters piled high on counters, in shelves, lioxes—(lie greatest assortment of these popular youthful garments ever shown in Algona. Just dozens of them. All colors, all styles, all prices—a grand style show of K.MIMVIUK. And new skirts to complete the ensemble. See the many new arrivals now. You'll be delighted with the colorful models, the smart new knits and the extremely reasonable prices. Many girls are so enthusiastic they are buying two or three. CHRISCHILLES STORE mcr Dorothy Lun ,i Mrs. ZciBlor ,> " ' ainod S&^'SsS'.mE TRACTORS covered for fire, theft, lightning, tornado While operating, picking corn, windstorm, and hail. premises. t; ycioiil 011 Or off the L. S. Over S. & L. Store Tlce Brnck Ledynrd Hi II. Meyer Lu Verne Smafi]New OVE IS A MORALE BUILDER Jaunty Junior As featured in Mademoiselle Velvet bows on the pocket _ velvet on the collar of this handsome coat in all-wool fabric. Sizes 9 to 1$. EXCLUSIVE WITH US As showu iu Famous Fashion Magazine d irwras | \\ rischilles & IT O BS. O» A dime out of tvtry dollar we earn for VICTORY with U.S.WARBOHDS You can have your choice XOW il From tlie nation's best knoivu makers ;J Hart Schaffner & Marx Alp Tru-Gora, rich new shades of Blue, Bro«Vj| Camel and Gray. 0 $ 40 Everything to lose by waiting

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