Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1944 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Shower for Lu Verne Bride HONOREE TO BE MARRIED NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT Lu Verne, Oct. 31—A miscellaneous shower honoring Doris Voss, November bride-elect, was given at the Lutheran church last week Wednesday, 60 relatives and friends attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Theresa Will and Mrs. Robert Will, and at contests prizes were won by Mrs. Louis Wittenburg, Mrs. Helen Lenz, Mrs. Roland Lenz, and Mrs. Fred Lcnz. After luncheon, gifts were many, The wedding to Herbert Will takes place at 6:30 next Sunday evening at the church, Pastor Wittenburg officiating. New York Nurse Visils— Dorothea Marty, R. N., who had been here two weeks, visiting her aunt Emma Marty, and her uncles, Henry, Edw., William, and Otto, also Matt and Adam here, and George Marty, Mason City, has returned to her work at New York City. From Chicago she expected to travel by plane. This was her first visit here in three years. She is supervisor of obstretical wards in the Lenox hospital. Son for Gerald Johnsons— Announcements have been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson Oct. 5, named Cheryle Elaine. The mother, the former Phyllis Surby, lives with her parents at Sumner while her husband is in service. Former Postmaster Calls— Earl Lovell, former postmaster here and one-time undertaker, now of Beloit, Wis., was calling on old friends last Thursday and was an overnight guest at the Will Bigings home. He has three sons in the service. Hostesses at U. S. O. Center— Lu Verne women were hostesses Sunday afternoon and evening at the U. S. O. Center, Algona; Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Mrs. Harold Sorensen, Marjoric Riley, and Dorothy Swanson. Red Cross to Elect— The Red Cross branch here will hold its annual meeting and election of officers at the community hall Saturday. Mrs. Will Moecl- ing has been chairman two years, and her term expires. Takes Cadet Nurse Training— Betty, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, Fort Dodge, formerly Lu Verne, is at the St. Luke's hospital, Davenport, taking cadet nurse training. Goes to See New Nephew— Hlda Fritzemeier has gone to Abilene, Tex., to visit her sister Mrs. Carl Lang and become acquainted with the new nephew, Gary Carl Lang. Change in Bus Drivers- Harold Phillips, driving one of the school busses, resigned, and Hollis Wilson was hired. Wilson is also employed at the Hefti locker. Stroke Viciim Seriously Sick— A. L. Jones, who suffered a stroke at Minneapolis while visiting a son, is reported as seriously sick at the son's home. Elmer Kubly Loses Mother— Elmer Emory left Sunday for California, called by the death of his mother. His father is reported to be in poor health. Other Ln Verne News. i Cpl. and Mrs. Clarence Tiede j arrived last week Sunday for a short furlough with Clarence's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tiede, and Mrs. Phillips. The Manteys have been living at Houston, Tex., '• where he was employed in a i postoffice, but are now moving to i Janesville, Wis., where Mr. Mantey will teach in a Lutheran parochial school. The De Rae Godfreys, Mason Cityi were here Sunday and got their remaining household goods. Mrs. Theresa Will has rented their house, and will move from the farm. Her son Herbert, who will be married Nov. 5 to Doris Voss, will have the farm. Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Algona, who had been at St. Louis on & buying trip for the Cummings 5 j and 10, Algona, visited her moth, or, Mrs. Emily Guy, en route Foi Sheriff OF Kossuth VOTE FOR ArtJ. ey Democratic Candidate YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED 44* home. She came from St. Louis to Des Moines by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly, ahd Mrs. Frank Juttee, Des Moines, the latter a guest at the Frantz and Kubly homes, went to St. James, Minn., for a day with the Wilbur Kutolys. C. C. Anderson, Kimball, Neb., arrived Saturday, and Monday Mrs. Anderson accompanied him back, after several weeks here. They took their trailer, and expect to spend the Winter in a warmer climate. Last Thursday evening the Vernon P. T. A; met at the consolidated school south of Lu Verne, and a program was given by the 7-8 grades. The school is having a corn husking vacation this week. Mrs. Jennie Phillips has been confined to home with a cold and sinus trouble, but is gaining. The Paul Phillips family spent i Sunday with her, and provided a basket dinner. Mrs. Burtis De Nio has gone to Portland, Ore., to visit her husband, attending a motor mechanics school. The young son Collyn is with Mrs. De Nio's mother, Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dolder- field, Los Angeles, arrived Thursday fora, month at the letter's son Robert Hardcopf's and with three other sons, Kenneth, Lawrence, and Harold. The cemetery, association will meet next week Thursday at the community hall, Mrs. C. O. McClellan, Mrs. Henry Pergande, and Mrs. Kate Barton hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Moore, Des Moines, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Hanselman, also visiting Mrs. Moore's cousin, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mr* and Mrs. Oscar Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warren, of New Virginia, la., were guests at C. O. McClellan's Saturday and Mrs. A. J. Hjelle is substituting for Mrs, James Bowman at school while Mrs. Bowman visits her husband a;t Camp McClellan, Ala. Mrs. Earl Hanselman and Earl Jr. have gone to Boston, Mass., to be near Ensign Earl Hanselman, Soldiers Field, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle have learned that Pfc. Lewis Lanning recently arrived in England. . Edith Cowling, Sioux City, vis- .THURSDAY.; Hcd.hcr sister music directo BARKER DRUG < Vote Foi EDWARD CAPESIUS Democrat Candidate STATE REPRESENTATIVE For Kossuth County IMPARTIAL REPRESENTATION FOR ALL THE PEOPLE OF KOSSUTH COUNTY YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED NOV. 7th JHHH.. Department Stores For Victory BUY Bonds and Stamps LjRRHFimg Department Stores For ctory BUY Bonds and Stamn* Visit Our New Basement Prepare for Winter—Buy Your Needs No Department TIMELY HI^TS for EARLY SHOPPERS Box Stationery Always Appreciated 49c 98c In handsome gift boxes. Fine quality paper and envelopes in white or tints. Venetian Round Mirrors WARM WINTER Chesterfields 22.95 Find that fine winter coat you need here at thrifty prices. Expertly tailored of quality woolens, warmly interlined—these are beauties. Choose these velvet collared Chesterfields in black or colors. Sizes 9 to 17, 12 to 20, 38 lo 44. Others at 16.95 to 29.95 LUNCH CLOTHES New patterns in bright floral patterns on printed cottons and soft luxurious fabrics. Will look lovely in any home. 1.00;; 3.49 New Fall Dress Fabrics 79c 1.98 A grand selection of rayon crepes, jerseys, spun rayons, and cottons. Florals and all- 36-in. square Floral patterns 52 inches square. Fanejl Floral and Mexican paltenj 1. io Large size, 54x70, over designs. Light and dark Hand decorated 2.79 Clear glass with etched decorations or plain glass. Cookie Jars New Shapes Child's Dresses New styles just arrived. 2. Tailored or dressy styles in novelty patterns and fabrics. Beautiful color combinations 'for Fall. Sizes 3 to 7/7 to 14. - Child's Hose 19c to 49c Anklets 94 Length, Full Length Large selection of colors and sizes 1.59 Pastel and dark colors of clear domestic pattern. Novelty shapes. Toilet Sets in §ift Boxes Hobnail pastel Cologne Spring Flowers Soap Bath Sets. Powder and Bubble Bath Pink Coral Cologne Sets ___ Wrisleys Bouquet Dusting Powder Samba, Cologne Sets Toilet Superbe Soap, 8 bars in box Pan-American Bath Sets j Novelty Gift Items S Comb and Brush S5 Sets for men S Shave Sets, Old- « AQ S Fashioned Lavender \»Ll == Orna Wood 1 AA == Ash Tray Sets _._ I.UU S Men's Fancy 1 jIA S Tie Racks ___ |.^7 S5, Genuine Leather * <*A = Bill Folds 1 Z./7 ss Kentucky Club 4 *A S Shave Sets __ 1.01 == Scotty Dog | S Brush and Rack I. 1 H Glass Gift Items WOMEN'S OUTING GOWNS AND PAJAMAS 2.29 WOMEN'S CREPE GOWNS AND PAJAMAS 2.29 CHILD'S PRINTED GOWNS, KIMONAS. 79( CHILD'S COTTON SLEEPERS 1.39 WOMEN'S KNIT GOWNS AND PAJAMAS 1.29 GIRLS' SLIPS, BUILT UP SHOULDER . . . 98? WOMENIS LUXITE PANTIES .59* HEADSCARFS Wool Plaids Bright Colors 98c to 1.98 Great favorites with the school crowd. Woven in attractive colors or white that are in demand for winter wear. Smartly Styled Aprons Dainty crisp organdies or floral print aprons, coveralls, bib and swing styles. Deep self-ruffled skirt. TQ-j <\ ( Plain panels and rick rack trimmed models I '? to '•* New Arrivals in Smart Fall p$ U.»« Dresses 8.95 1 .Those prcily fall styles offer .an impressive array on one, and two piece styles -in part wool pastels, gay prints, iav on crepes, and jersey combinations. Plain and blight win. ler colors. Sizes 9 to 17, 1 to 20. 38 io 52. Other smart styles at .5.55 Pyrex Matched Gift Sets _. Inlaid Silver .......1.00 inlaid Silver 1 00 1 00 Serving Dishes.. 1.37 to 1.70 Seven-Piece JA ^ Berry Sets ._ ^7? 4-Piece Mixing Bowl Sets Apple Shape Serving Sets, 8-piece Beautiful Glass Perfume Bottles 2-Piece JJQ. Salad Sets _._ 70£ 39^ 1.00 S Pottery for Gifts Fancy Vase. 5-inch _____ Cornucopia Vase, Double Cornucopia Vase, 12-inch ______ Pitcher Vase. 13 '/z -inch .. ...... ,. Florist's Vase, 9'4-inch .... ..... .. Niloak Vase, assorted shapes ___ . 3-piece Tea Sets ____ ...... 3-piece Mixing Bowl Sets ........ Pottery Milk Pitcher ... Blue Ridge Vaso, hand painted _____ •n 1.49 2.49 3.79 98* 98( 2.98 1.49 CHILD'S GLOVES AND MITTENS 69* TO 98* WOMEN'S KNIT GLOVES & MITTENS 79* T01.29 Charming Cottons 1.79 1.98 2.49 2.98 Bright cottons to keep you pretty while you work. They are perfect for chores. Perfect for marketing too. Choose from coal dresses, shirtwaist- ers, brunches, dirndl styles. All of washable cottons. Siges 12 to 44, • Flannel Slack Pants For Winter Wear 3.98 Blankets Now CHATHAM 'WOOLRICH' BLANKETS A fine blanket with close under weave lor strength Fluffy nap for extra warmth . . . Four luscious IfjOE colors . . , Matching rayon satin binding. ........ '*• CHATHAM PARLEY' BLANKETS They're colorful generously wide and long, 50% wool f« snug winter warmfh, and 50% cotton for lasting service and washability. Four lovely colors CHATHAM BUTTON' BLANKETS A blanket constructed for comfort and wool. 50% rayon for warmth. 25% colton for cxira strength. 3-!nch satin bound ------- MEN'S Big Yank Flannel shirts. Fancy plaids _ 1.59 Men's Overalls 8-oz. Sanforized 1 Q1 blue denim , , 1.01 2.49 MEN'S RIBBED UNION SUITS 1.98 FuU cut in every w*y. Long ankle length, stock up now Illlllll SKIRTS IN SMART STYLES Round gore or pleated models SLOPPY JOE, SUE SWEATERS Jjj Fine yarns 100% wool — Crib Blanket 59c 1.49 Soft fleecy cottons, assorted nursery designs. Slilched or satin' in sites 30x40, 36x50. Chenille Rugs] 2.98 to 4.! American made chenille loom. « ^ into a deep thick tufted pile- UY w ; panel shape. Beautiful color «»» lions. Bath Room Sets Thick tufted Chenille rug and cover to match Wen's. Boys' Fancy Drew Sock* Boys' Sweater* Fancy 1" "f designs « TUCK STITCH VEST^j AND PANTS 79c Strvic.able and comfortable. medium. Iar0 e>

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