Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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PAGE TWO MARY FA6ER & REINFLD SALTZ WED AT ST. JOE THE WEEK'S BURT PARAGRAPHS KOSSUTII COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, TOWA. Voight, and Ralph A. R. M. 3-c. Sunday evening guests at Hcn- jWmSDAY. NOV. is, The local motion picture the- i Thompson and the Harvey siler has been reopened. Herbert' Thompsons. She left Saturday to Weise has rented the hall and I visit her >'\rents at Sioux Falls. St. Joe, Nov. 14—Maty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber he-re, and Reineld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saltz, Whittemore, were married Tuesday morning at 8:30 at St. Joseph's C itholic church, the Rev. Father George Theobald performing the ceremony and reading the nuptial high mass. The bride was attired in a satin brocade gown with train and veil, and she carried a shower; bouquet of pink roses and white ; chrysanthemums. Arlene Faber, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and she wore a pale blue net gown over, satin, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Cletus Salt/, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride's parents for 85 relatives and friends. A three-course dinner was served. A wedding dance was given at Livermorc the same evening. The newlywecls are living at Whittemore, where Mr. Salt?, is employed. Soldier Back lo Job— Pfc. Dolmar Schaller. son of Mr. and Mi's. George Schaller, left Friday from Fort Dodge for j ter-in-law Camp Swift, Tex., after a 21 -day will give shows Wednesdays. Thursdays. Saturdays, and Sundays. He showed The Five Sullivans last weekend. Mrs. Calvin Kollasch, Ihe former Ruth Schroeder. spent hist week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hornun Schroeder. She had her tonsils removed. Mrs. Kolla> - ch lias n. position in Tomah, Wis. Her husband is overseas. Cpl. Bruce Graham arrived Monday from Brooklyn, N. Y., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gr.ihsim. Julius Heider, of Kmmetsburg, spent Sunday at his sister Mrs. Kmil Hiisse's. Mrs. Neil Neilsen, Spencer, spent the weekend with j her mot.lv -r, Mrs. Dora Arm-' strong. Mrs. John Hardgrove. of Algona, 'spent. Saturday at her ' son Vornoll's. Friday was Gruncl- I diiughUn- Peggy's birthday. i Wayne Ollom was taken to Ihe ' Kossiith hospital Sunday for an | appendectomy. i Glee Bullock, motor machinist's mate 2-c., left Friday for Norfolk, Va.. after a 30-day leave I with his wife here. Mrs. R. L. Jensen went to iGraettingor Thursday to visil her husb-jnd's parents. Mrs. E. G. Anderson arrived i-from Coronudo. Calif., lasl week .Wednesday lo visit Mrs. A. N. S. of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Son for Soldier Overseas— furlough hero. This was his first furlough in 2V* years in service, during which he had served in arc Alaska and the Aleutians. Mr. I Sunday at and Mrs. Schaller have another I child. The service son, Private Raymond, ; j n France. now somewhere in England. A farewell party was given at the Clarence Thilges home Sunday evening in Delmar's honor. Mrs. i Shower for Bride-Elect — Thilges is his sister. She is •> grandniece of Mrs. A. N. |S. Thompson and n niece of Har| vey. j Mrs. Will Vogel went to Bon- ilia, S. D., Saturday for a few I days with her sister, Mrs. Maud j Miller, who has been sick. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Heinharl Pott! hoff, Bancroft, spent a few hours i with George Gerhard here Fri-; i day. Mr. Gerhard left that even- j ing for California to spend the ; j winter with relatives at Glen- j 1 dale. He has been troubled with ' I rheumatism, and hopes the change will benefit him. Mrs. ' Potthoff is a niece of Mr. Ger- i hard. ' Mrs. W. H. Vogel entertained the Sewing Circle at the- Marvin '. hotel Friday. Mrs. Scolt's birth-, clay was celebrated. i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton, son j Jimmie, and Mr. and Mrs. Her- ! borl Schaffer, West Union, were j guests sit Roy R'mgsdorf's recent- ! ly while the men were pheasant | hunting. Mrs. Layton and Mrs. j Ringsdorf are sisters. The O. E. S. met last week Tuesday evening, nnd Mrs. John Trunkliill, worthy matron, reported a grand chapter meeting. Melvin Mathson, Oklce, Minn., visited his cousins Verne and Don Afulreason here Mondays Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Hawcolt spent from Friday to Sunday al Mason Cily with Mrs. Hawcoll's mother, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, and kcs, Lakota, and the Merle Schwieterts, Ti tonka, were Suti- clay afternoon visitors at Erwin Schwietert's. John Koesller received word from his wife, who is in California, that members of her family there who were sick are improving- V. W. Baum and Lottie Isenberger, Lakota, were dinner guests Sunday al Erwin Schwie- lorl's. The Vernell Hardgroves spent the afternoon at Ralph Brown's, near Algona. SENECA ry ing, Ceylon, Minn. Mrs. Al Hewitt and her son are visiting at Charles Hewitt's, Du-' Wilberg's were the Man no Haifa; Ihe Reuben ; luth. the Henry A "": Friday" for a work meeting. There 11 women present. The work Larsons, Armstrong; Langcs, Lakota; the John dreasons, Ringsted; Mrs. Harry, Bonnicksen, Los Angeles; and l\\c Otto Wilhergs. j The Clarence Petersons, Mrs.; Emma Petersen, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Whiff, Armstrong,; were Sunday guests al Don Wil-i son's, Fairmont, honoring' Pvl. Harold Wilson, Fort Bcnning, Ga. | The United Service Women met at Mrs. Herman Slrueckers 'J1'J«I|I were .. .. _ unit announces another meeting at Mrs. Martin Wilberg s, Friday, an all-day event with a politick lunch. The group is to tie five quilts. Burl, Nov. 14—The Scouts and under direction of leaders, ouuuuy wiui jviin. i *„..v....v... .. i- — - t i.,'.,,, ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Lcid- j per in a drive —•"•»•» CUT CAKE MIXING TIME IN H AI p New Beity Crocker Method i n GOLD MEDAL "Kilchon Toslod" IN LU VERNE The Cornet Store — Toomey Grocery — Trmmt>r' Sec Gold Medal Adv.Pag,. .| '' s the father is somewhere Mrs. Nellis is the for- j mo r Helen Stattleman, daughter j ,,[ Mrs. Rose Stattleman here. Private' and Mrs. Peter Nellis the former's brothers, Glenn and parents of a 10-lb. boy. born Vaughn Wallace. ' West Bend, the first I Ensign and Mrs. Wendell Patlerson visited the formers father, C. W. Patterson, over the weekend. They arrived after LI. j Thursday for a 12-day Arlene Patterson had returned to ! after which lie goes to Kansas, so the couple planned to stop at Fort Rilcy, Kans., to see vSalt Lake A number of St. Joe people at- j her, also to slop at • tended a pro-nuptial shower for; City to sec another sister and Mrs. Kinkade, West Bend, Dies—| Marie Pfeffer at St. Cecelia's Wendell's mother, the latter vis- Word wis received here Satur- j academy, Algona. Sunday. Miss ; iting there. day of the death that morning of ! pfeffer 'will be the bride of Ray-j Attending a conference at Al- Mrs. Mary Kirsch-Kinkaid, 74. at; mon d Mueller Tuesday, Nov. 21,! ffona Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. her home at West Bend. Funeral; a t st Cecelia's church. ! Walter Campncy, Mr. and Mrs. '•en-ices were held Monday at St.) I Lance Riebhoff, Mr. and Mrs. G. Peter and Paul's Catholic church there, the Rev. Father Dobberstein reading the requiem high mass. Burial was made in ' the St. Joseoh cemetery here, the Rev. Father George Theobald in charge. Mrs. Kinkade was a sis- Greai Lakes Boy Home— Clarence Berte, of the Great Lakes naval base, is here on furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berle. He was in| ducted into the service last July, i and this is his first, furlough. H. McMullen, and the Rev. A. G. Hedcllc. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Johnson, of The PTA will meet this, week Thursday evening at the school building. There will be a prn- grani. Weekend pheasant hunters at Supt. Gowan's were Charles Rippey, M. Graettenbcrg, Don Helgenberg, Milo Roberts, and Freeman Mingus, all of Coon Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson, the Robert Halversons, and Bobby Ullestad were Sunday dinner guests at Albert Ullestad's, Ring- sled. Evening dinner guests at Henry Looft's were Supt. Cowan and his family. Shirely Lelctter, Alexandria, is visiting her sister, Mrs. 'Lester Osborn. The Aid will meet at Mrs. P. H. Jensen's, Fenton, Thursday, Mrs. Olo Peclcrsen assisting. Sunday dinner guests at Henry Wilberg's were the Jos. Nell- mans, Bancroft, Mr. and-Mrs. A. . E. Nelson, and Wellington Ncl- . son. I The Fenton Methodist official board met at C. C. Voight's-Sunday evening. . .„... . A. R. M. 3-c. Falph Voight, of Jacksonville, Fla., arrived last furlough Hutch in- son, Kans. i Announcement has been made : oC marriage of Carl Voight and , Bessie Hing, Emmetsburg, at the I Lutheran church there. Carl, who i is here on furlough after 2 1/3 ' years in Aleutians, will leave Fri! day to report at Camp Swift, j Tex. i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight, with I the son Kenneth, attended a farri- I ily get-logelher at Paul Voight's, Sunday and others here were the Gowrie, and Mrs. Johnson Sr., of 1 Edw. Sweencys, Emmetsburg, the Harcourt, were supper guests at; Fred Hutchinsons, Eslherville, the Rev. Mr. Hoddlc's Sunday. | the Merwin Widdles, Fenton, the The Otto , Hoddlc's Sunday. and Maynard Hertz- j newlyweds, Cpl. and Mrs. Carl icw0:D»»»:^»xr#«^^ COFFEE Largest Toy Department in North Iowa COAST-TO-COAST STORE So Uiat you can finish your Christmas shopping in November, we have opened our Toy Dept. much earlier than usual—you'll find thousands of games, toys, dolls, etc., to delight the heart of every youngster. Make your selections now—use our lay away plan. A Animals Hears Fancliis tta!>bitr; Elephants Alphabet Blocks Autos B Blackboards Broom Sets Bow & Arrows Ttmvliiiff Alleys Iteaii lias Game Beds Bassinettes Books Boats Badminton C Chemistry Sets Casting Sets Cooking Sets Comb & Brush Cup & Saucer Carpel Sweeper Chairs I) Drums Desks & Chairs Dolls Doll Houses Doll Furniture Doll Heads Doll Wigs Doll Clothes Games Guns I Ironing Boards Ice Skates, "oys Ice Siuiies, Girls M Microscope Sets Monopoly Modeling Clay Movie Projector Movie Films Marbles Printing Press Paint Sets Pianos Pull Toys Pistols, Target Pu/./les Suits—Soldier WAC WAVE Cowboy Aviator Scooters Sewing Sets Sewing Cabinets Stoves Skates, lee T Tractors Table & Chairs' Trucks, Army Tennis Table • Telephones Tanks // W Wagons Wheel Barrows Wood Burning Sets Wood ,Blocks «* Jb The Christmas Store Coast- OUR TOYS ARE ON THE MAIN FLOOR Buy Now for Christmas Delivery Choose Now—Selections are Complete xo^jo^ao^x^aia^^ Quality Meats Sirloin Steak Ib. 27c End Cats Pork Chops Ib. 27c . 20c Ib 29c Neck Bones Ib 6c APPL€ SAL€ Grimes Golden/ per bu. 2.69 Delicious, bushel 3.39 Everyday Prices BAKER'S Jonathans, bushel . 3.29 Russet Potatoes 39c TEXAS SEEDLESS PER DOZEN . . 39t CHOCOLATE. SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR HERSHEY'S COCOA . . . S-07. 17c 23c lOc CALUMET CALIFORNIA i S 220 Size Per Dozen DOZEN . 39c Carrots S" 2 Ige bnchs 15c BAKING POWDER 15c RANCH HOUSE, 3-LB. BOX PANCAKE FLOUR . 25c KRISPY CRACKERS ,?,;::; ssc HI HO CRACKERS. 19c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP ... 3™.. 25c S. O. S. SCOURING PADS 15c . LARGE L-Anvit, f • • IVORY SOAP 3,,,,25c Rutabogos per Ib. 3c Onions, yellow, 3 Ibs 19c LARGE j-i.nnucj „ « SWAN SOAP S^ZSc HILEX qiiiiri 4Qg |i»1H« I ^ W GOLD MEDAL FLOUR SOlb.OlO _Bag_T!!I so ib. 2t i5 OMAR FIOUR OMAR FLOUR 10-db, Aflg , bag ** s-ib. 290 STOCK SALT 100-LB. BAG 79c BtOCK 50.UJ. WWTE 49c OYSTER SHELLS 69c

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