Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1944. KOSSUTII COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA. Burch Saltine ckers 2-lfo. Box Red Cherries No. 2 can 27c Northern Tissue 3 Rolls I5c . dark . light 32c 35c BUTTERSCOTCH, CHOCOLATE, LEMON \9 m ifon Pudding 4 pkgs. 19c . lOlbs. . 6Sc Creamery Butter, Ib. 45c ;, Lifebuoy Soap 3 bars 20c bsaaos I LAM 4 bars 25C 2 'f S ° A^C pkgs. "ffww ^ s EW1SIY^ • •,; ^.tili. v> uuP En e m 2 3 cans «... 19c 25c illiJ Esssssaai CLOROX . HILEX . MELO. . . P&G SOAP (tuart -I O n bottle I OS* pkgs. 1 ww, 3 Imrs 1 4C IVORY SOAP .3"' rB ° liars "e^css Seedless, Size 96 s pefr't!0f«33c III IAN APPLES. CELERY . . APPLES . JERRIES POTATOES SAGE . . , W llts. Inrge 40^ . stalk 131* bushel 3.43 quart 10-11). bay 35e . 4c 3i Bi Quality Meats :F ROAST, YOUNG AND TENDER . . . 26e 1 VEAL MAST, GRADE A I ML CHOPS, GRADE A B " CHOPS center . cuts . 5 pts., Ib. no }tts., Ib. no pts., Ib. www .<-ml 27 r cuts C I If 110 pts., Ib. I ww 110 pts., Ib. www 110 pts., Ib. £• I w 2-lb. 97-* Kree 9Iee box £ I w FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS OOD'S SUPER VALU iK LIVER mm SAUSAGE LUNCHEON COB AND COAL SHED, LAKOTA, BURNED DOWN Lakota, reigned a Nov. while 14—Excitement Sunday afternoon, when a cob and coal house on the back end of the John Spear -lot was burned, and the fire scorched the end of a henhouse on the back of Mrs. Peter Hans' lot close by, in which Mrs. Hans' daughter, Mrs. Mary Zoller had her furniture stored. The furniture was carried to safety, but the fire company put out the fire before further damage was done. The cause unknown. of the fire is Club Entertains Teachers— The Acorn club entertained the teachers at the town hall last Thursday evening, Mesdames W. D. Ley, Delia Smith, John Cook, and C. C. Gerzema, hostesses, and the social committee in charge of entertainment which consisted of progressive games, with prizes for high and low. Mrs. F. F. Darnaucr and Audrey Hastings directed the games. Lunch was served, colors. decorations in patriotic Lester's brother Duane was there on 30-day furlough. Duane was in the 34th division in Africa, and was in the first contingent to land, in Ireland. He is in a medical unit. Another brother. Mar* vin, is expected soon from duly in the islands of the West Indies. The Dclmar Pommcrcnings, St. Paul, came Friday to visit Mrs. Edw. parental Louis Licktcigs, and on Tuesday attended the wedding of her brother Hugh to Barbara Schrauth, also attended a shower Friday evening for Barbara at the parish hall. Lou Vitzthum and Kay Francis, Pontiac, 111., arrived Saturday for a few weeks at the formers parental George Vitzthum s. Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Vnrf DnHop Tlio Pommcrcn nss the Edmund Otis lamny, ana 11 IC SSS JJ°U^ at Whitti dclismis, Jjl^^iy-bj. m °Ed C w. Hildman, manager of the welfare at De,, Mgn^ ^ Farmer's elevator, attended, a g^^y guests at Tom F ick- baum's, Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien sponsored a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Fick- baum October 30, named Barbara , grain dealers' meeting at Fort Dodge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch- Lakoian's Mother Has Operation Mr. and Mrs. Tabe boats, Dubuque, spent Saturday and Sunday with the Hugh Lewises. Sunday they drove to Mason City, accompanied by Mrs. Lewis. The women's mother, Mrs. A, A. Sandow, had a major operation. Monday morning. Wave Arrives for Visits— Jean Gabcl, niece of Mrs...Geo. Heetland who is <a .Wave;; arrived Friday to visit relatives. She has been stationed at Pasco, Wash. News of Service Boys— Paul Ukena, who had been spending a furlough with his family, left Monday for his camp in Texas. . baum, Ayrshire, visited the lat- tcr's sister, Mrs. J. B? Mcuhe, here Thursday. Mrs. Mcuhe has been sick. Sylvia Ann Gerdes returned to her college at Grinnell, after the weekend at her parental home. Mrs. Elof Pearson, sons Leland and Leslie spent a few days last wee kat Mrs. Pearson's parental home at Albia. Two brothers were at home on furlough. Mrs. Eva Monson hears regularly from her sons Julius and Martin. Julius, in the Philippines, has had direct contact with the Japs. Martin, in New Guinea, has also seen combat duty. Louisa Hauplly is at home from Rochester, where she had a gallstones operation. L. L... Lease and J. P. Sludcr attended an annual Legion Armistice banquet at the Legion hall, Algona, Saturday evening. Zila Slu'dcr, R. N., Dubuque, is spending two weeks at her parental Ben G. Studcr's. Marjori'e' 'Lickteig, student at the Good'-Counsel academy, Mankato, came Friday to visit her the Henry Millers and the LeRoy Johnsons, Lu Verne, the Clayton Johnsons, Burt, Floyd Gregorys, Algonn, Theodore Johnson, Wesley, and Mrs. Sam Bickel, Mel- vin, in. Other Lnkota News. Beverly Fox, teacher at Hanlontown, spent the weekend at her uncle Guy Beerner's. Lena Gutknecht, teacher at Mason City, was with her family here, 'and Beverly acompanied her-to Hanlonlown Sunday evening. The John Welhausens, of Ti; tonka, the Milton Paulsons, ,and I Joan and Gerald Heetland were I Sunday dinner guests of the El! mer Paulsons, and Mr. and Mrs. i Jerry Heetland were afternoon' j callers. Mrs. Eiscnberger, housekeeper for William Baum, who had b«en ] visiting her children at several places while the invalid clnugh- i ter Elsie was taking treatment at Iowa City, came back last week. Mrs. F. C. Kleist, Elmorc, spent the weekend at her daughter^ MES, Harry Mussman's, and Rajjf. mond Keister, Mason City, and' his son Robert were there Satur- i day and Sunday. | Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Weaver spent Thursday at Mankato, Minn.. The Harold Weavers, of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday with the A. E. Weavers. Ervin Weaver, A. A. M. 3-c, is now stationed at Key West, Fla.,' after an 18-day furlough, here with his parents. The Coonie Roelfsemas, Paton, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Roelfsema's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar. The Elmer Worlmans, George, were Sunday visitors at Jerry Ukcna's and attended the Presbyterian church. Gene Ahlstrom, 3rd and 4th grade teacher, went to her home . .at Goodell Friday for a weekend I visit. Lloyd, son of Mrs. Will Thaves, is spending a furlough with his mother and other relatives. qmunson OPTOmeTRIST OVERWORKED EYES * NEED A MELP •"- Ann. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Simpson, Burt, Saturday. There is also a small son in the family. Mrs. Simpson is the former Grace Johnson. Mrs. Sam Bickel, Melvin, 111., arrived last week -Wednesday for ten days with her father, Theo Johnson, and her sister, Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson, also with relatives at Lu Verne, Algona, and Burt. Theodore Johnson and Mrs. Bickel spent Saturday and Sunday at Clayton Johnson's, Burt. Verla Johnson, of Mason City, spent last week Wednesday at Ernest Hulchinson's. Verla Johnson and n woman friend, Mason City, spent Sunday at EfKst HutMiinson's. The Hutchinsons, Verla, and her friend were Sunday evening dinner guests at Harold Price's. Algona, and other guests there were Gold Medal "Kitchen Tested" Knrichod Flour Betty Crocker Recipe in Sacks Ma ye be Purchased in LAKOTA, IOWA From HKKT/KII'S FOOD MKT. C. R. SMITH & CO. See Gold Medal Adv. Page 4 "Sheeplined Coati make wonderful Christmas GUtsI" The gang's all here! WESLEY Special services were held at the local Congregational church Sunday morning, with Mike Peterson, evangelist, as speaker, and two women vocalists, one from Brooklyn, N. Y., one from Chicago. The Lester Larsons and Arvin visited Lester's mother, Mrs. Peter Larson, Goldfield, Sunday. It must give the right support ONAUZED CORSETRY Mrs. Tobitha M.Wilson 603 S. Dodge SI. Phone: 48-J Many Thanks I want to extend my thanks and appreciation to the voters of Kossutli County for the fine vote you have given me. Edward Capesius Yes, the gang's all here... the largest, most complete stock of warm, quality sheeplined coats we've ever assembled Our Finest Quality Lamb-lined Coat A coat you'll wear for dressl Natural color 20% wool gabardine. Weather-proof "electrified" lamb lining and beaver-like Laskin lamb collar, f* M Q5 Men's Sheeplined Moleskin Ulsteis , Extra heavy brown moleskin. Laskin lamb collar and leather lined sleeves and knit wristlets. 75 Pay Easily on LAY-AWAY Beys' Sheeplined V Aviation Flight Jackets Rich, sturdy leather with thick sheep-pelt lining. Zipper front. The popular jacket for boys. "• H? 75 Boys' SheepUned Water Repellant Coats % length hardy drill herringbone. Smart, dark browa lamb collar. Leather reinforced pockets. 05 9 •VOl'R IF EVER NEW DRESSES LOOKED LIKE A GOOD TIME, j Gay as confetti, bubbl yai: ] . *-•- "these ate S&L's new Holiday Season dresses! Festive colors . . . shocking contrasts ... and the most Winsome fabrics you ever laid eyes on. 10" and 8.95 10 lo 20 Youthful stylei in s/zej 38 lo 52 FOR THE YOUNG IN HEART,,, Sally Aglitlet with Glamour! Sparkling sequins, bows and veiling combined with colors galore. You'll b« g/od in December That you shopped in November • VOVB what want .. • Sea Foam Fascinator Airy-light, softly woven in delightful new color*. WMI it 4 ways. *• For Cory Finger* A flurry of white fur,so of and warm! An ideal Sill]-' '•'Teen-Ase's". A Gift that Beautifully boxed white handkerchiefs dainly embroidery. t>, in Dtcemfor thai you thopped in November —— Here's what we mean when we say "Prices are Lower at Multicolored Printed LUNCH CLOTHS 79< G*ily colored,. wrvicr . able, W«MI- *bl«. 42" »U«. ¥«!»

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