Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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PACE 8 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA CLUB IN PLUM CREEK MEETS IN UNION TWP. Union Twp., Nov. 14 — Mrs. Floyd Gardner was hostess to the Plum Creek Social & Literary club at her home in Union last Thursday, and assisting hostesses were Sadie Skilling and Lillian Black. Mrs. Se^ley, president, presided, and 60 persons attended. The opening program numbers were vocal solos by Mrs. Louis Bode, White Christmas and I'll Walk Alone, accompanied on the piano by Ruth Heerdt. Following a business meeting, a federation meeting report was given, and Ella Hutchins gave How to Respect and Display the Flag. Mrs. Hutchins had a collection of small flags of other nations, and she had the women guess on what nation flew each flag. A surprise program number had been scheduled to be given by Mrs. Torino, but she is sick. The club decided to send her a card with a special individual greeting—which would make the surprise number vice-versa. America was sung, with VOTE IN UNION NOT UP TO TOP RECORDS Union Township, Nov. 14—The voting-in Union last week Tuesday was not the heaviest the township has had. There were 109 republican votes and 72 democratic votes, a total of 181, but the township's highest vote •in the past was 221. The oldest | voters this time were Geo. W.! Boevers, Mrs. Julia Dearchs, and j Mrs. Presley Sarchet. The elec-1 tioh judges were Henry Tjaden, Floyd Gardner, and Jens Sorcn- son; clerks, Glen Jenkinson and Ray Schilmoeller; the polling place the Center school. VETERANS OF 2 WARS OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAY August Single at the piano. -A tray lunch was served by the hostess. Club guests were Mrs. Charles Davis and Mrs. Rudolph Will. Bode Son-in-Law 2nd Lieut.— Mrs. Louis Bode took her grandson Terry to Fort Dodge Friday, his father 2nd Lt. A. W. Lindsley, having arrived then) from New Orleans, that morning, after six months attending an officer candidate school. Mrs. Swea City, Nov. 14—Sixty service men of World Wars I and >? were guests at a 25th annual Armistice day supper Saturday evening. Several veterans of j World War I attended with sons I now serving in World War II. They included Legionnaire L. J. Mrs. j-Hansen and his sailor son, Lawrence; Legionnaire Carl Schroe-, der and his son, Sgt. Carl Schroe-' der Jr., of the army air forces. ' Legionnaire Sam Rystad and his son-in-law. Capt. Irving Kuenast, of the India Burma war theater, also attended. Other present service men were Sgt. Cecil Peterson, of the South Pacific, and Cpl. C. S. Kluger, of the army. Seven Legionnaires came from Fenton. On interviewing Sam Heathershaw, Commander this corres- Lindsley went as far as Chicago rpondent was told: "This was one to meet him, and they came to Algona late Sunday evening for a connle of days with the Bodes. Mr. Lindsley has to report at Boston by the end of the week for an assignment. of the best 'feeds' we ever had." A feature of the evening much enjoyed was singinc war soncs. with Sailor, Elston Johnson; Red Cross nurse, Irene Carr. Soloists — Robert Lundquis 4 .; Joyce Leland, Arzcllc Peterson, Janet Peters. Group singing—5th t-rnde boys; Talk, the Rev. S. A. Andersen; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Bohi. Armistice Day Observed— An Armistice memorial program was presented by the Swea City schools, at the auditorium Friday morning. It included numbers by the school band, readings, songs of World War I, etc. In detail the program follows: Invocation, the Rev. Wm. Bohi; Student, Eloise Boe; Soldier, Dale Anderson. Special Baptist Meetings— Two wcesk of special meetings will be conducted at the Baptist church, beginning Nov. 26. Frank) C. Bass, layman from Minneapo- j lis, will be main speaker. The Palermo Four, musicians, will be here for the last week of the meetings. Week of Tabernacle Meetings— Evangelistic services are being held at the Gospel Tabernacle this week. They opened Sunday evening, and the Rev. Keith L. Hume is speaker. He is assisted by his mother,' who has charge of the musical part of each service. SILVER WEDDING OF A LEDYARD COUPLE GETS CELEBRATION Ledyard, Nov. 14—Mr. and Mrs.' Cecil Black, farmers cast of Ledr yard, hadn't planned celebration nf their recent silver wedding anniversary, but they did celebrate—and how! The fun began neighbors and, other friends dropped in on them in the afternoon bringing baskets of 'eats,' also gifts. •; After dinner the whole party; including the Blacks hustled down to Algona, where supper was served at a cafe, after which all attended the show at the New- Call. Taking part in the surnrise were Messrs, and Mesdames Edw.' Lonft. S. P. Powers, Wade Ball, and Earl Markeley, also Kathryn. Doocy, and the Black daughter 1 Lois. Fenton Church Wedding— Fentbrt, Nov. .'15 — Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz, and Pfc." Dohald Berkland, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oli Berkland, near Fenton, were married Sunday evening at St., John's Lutheran church here, the ftev. A. F. Otto, Lotts Creek, officiating in a double-ring ceremony.. . Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, who wore a peach net formal, and Mr. Eggerling played the hymns. The bride, who went to the altar with her father, wore a satin floor-length gown, with train and finger-tip veil > with lace. Her flowers were roses with white pom-poms. . The maid of honor, Mrs. Lylc Priebe, sister of the bride, wore a floor-length blue net gown, and her bouquet was pink carnations with white ponvpoms. The bridegroom was in uniform, and best man was George Pertl. Bridesmaids were Lucille Jentz, who ^wbre,. a. floor-length •blue net; Leila-Bonseri, in floor- length, yellow, net; Eunice Krause, in floor-length pink net; Eunice • Johnson, -in floor length :brocaded blue; Helen Mansager, •in floor . length pink net; and Shirley Thompson, 'in floor- length blue net. All wore cors- oges. ,'. , -: Sharon Hantelmari, flower girl, ,wore a peach colored net gown .and carried a 'basket bf flowers. Billy Berkland, in army uniform, was ring-bearer. • The bride's mother wore a black suit; the bridegrobm's mother, a black dress. Both wore corsages. . Lorraine Willrett, who sang I Love You Truly, wore a blue floor-length dress. Ushers were Mervin Jentz and Willard Thompson. , , Fo«r-H Club Plans The Lu Verne Live Wires 4-H club met at the home of Lois Jean Masterson on Saturday, Nov. 11. There was eight members and the two leaders present. A Christmas party will 'be planned at the next meeting, also a party for parents and friends to be held sometime in January or February. A talk on 'Good Health Habits' was given by Gladys •Yeoman. A talk toy Dennise Carrol on 'New Units to Make -the Home Comfortable," was also given. The project for this year is 'First Year Home Furnishings." The next meeting will be' with Doris Felt December 9.: . • Installation of Church Group— The Presbyterian. Junior- Hi Westminster Fellowship -held a joint meeting last' Sunday even; ing, and new officers of the Junior group were installed' in a Candlelight ceremony, ( The officers of the senior group presided. The officers: Moderator, , Djvid Shuifiway; vice .''••moderator, Claudia Pollard; 'stated''clerk and treasurer, Mac Peterson. ' Wilma Runge and Glendora -Burbank are sponsors of the newly organized Junior group. -There wore 42 young people at the meeting. Courtesy for a Visitot— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer,Potter entertained at. suppef Friday evening for Mrs. Stantort Covell, of Granyille, N. £>., who has been visiting her cousins, the local Potters, and her uncle, L. A. Pott<Jr, West Bend. Guests Were the Harry and Carrol Potter families. Mrs. Covell went to Ruthven Saturday evening to visit other relatives. -.,••',' Club Plant Chritimn* Banquet— iPlaiid have been laid for an an- nuat Christmas banquet • for the Riverdale Friendly club and the families, to be.held at the Annex to the IrVington church Wednesday^- Dec. 6, The last club meeting was' at Mrs Anton Becker's, 'Mrs.- 'Lyle Steele assisting, and Mrs. Srcsa Hammer was a guest. OTHER SOCIETY.NEWS. The Westminster Fellowship had J:a skating party Monday evening: at Titonka, and young , people of the Burt Presbyterian church'also attended. There were Nail Pierces Girl's Foot— Anna Mac. elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David McGregor, I gir fe"from 6th and 8th grade- stepped on an old plank at play music by school band. Saturday and a rusty spike pierced her shoe and penetrated j • • • her left foot. She was taken to a physician, who dressed the j wound and gave her a shot taken ' against lockjaw. Mrs. Robl. Leason Laid Up— Mrs. Robert Leason suffered injuries to her right ankle while she was doing chores one evening recently. The muscles were so badly injured that the foot has been swollen, causing severe discomfort. Burt. Nov. 14—Services were held at St.. John's Lutheran nhurch here Sunday by the Rev. L. H. Locsch, Algona. Why Not Buy Your New The Rudolph Wills were callers last Thursday at Robert Voigt's, Burt, to offer condolences on the death of the Voight son Albert, who was killed in action. The young man was a special friend of the Wills. PROMOTION AND DECORATION FOR A LU VERNE BOY Last week's Adva'nce carried a report that John H. Merriam, 29, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Merriam, Lu Verne farmers, had been wounded in combat in France and had been promoted to captain, 1 Since then his parents have received news that on Oct. 23, by order of the commanding general, he was decorated with the Silver Star for gallantry in action. The young man entered service from Algona Feb. 20, 1941, and received basic training at Fort Dos Moines. Later, in July, 1942, at Fort Sill, Okla., he was commissioned 2nd lieutenant, later still was promoted to 1st lieutenant. Ever since, he has served in the 4th armored army division, and he was sent overseas last December. His division recently passed the records of all others in continuous combat service, even the record of the Guadalcanal Marines. 'Jack,' as John H. is known to intimates, recently wrote his parents that he knows French soil four feet down better than the French cities and the people. After the break-through at St. Lo, the Americans had to dig in whenever they were in battle. + , BREAKS A LEG. Lu Verne, Nov. 14—When the Mike Striplings were about to start for Lu Verne Saturday evening, Mrs. Stripling stumbled over an obstruction in the yard on the way to the car, fractured a leg below the knee, and sprained the ankle. She was taken to the General hospital, Algona. and Get Pull Good Out of It? Chrischilles FOUR CORNERS Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker called on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom last Thursday evening and took them by surprise in honor of the Bjustrom wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker entertained Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Raney and Mr. and Mrs. George Harris at supper Sunday evening. The Keith Stevens were Sunday visitors at L. S. Steven's. The Louis Lowmans, of Fenton, were dinner guests at Arthur Alexander's. The John McNeills were evening guests at Chester Robinson's, and the Edw. Riches' were at Merton Cbristensen's. Ready to Give Maximum Wear and Good Appearance These are the touts we picked as the cream of what the men's wear market had to offer! Every one is a beauty—in rich, [Hire wool^ smartly patterned or in handsome monotone: lilucs, Browns, Greys, and Camel. 25.00 io 50.00 Clothiers These are ideal "COAT DAYS"—the coming of Old Man Winter is close at hand. You'll not only want a good warm coat hut a stylish one as well, and we have coats with BOTH features, We are still on a QUALITY BASIS—no clie»p, shoddy goods here. We are getting in new Chester* field coats in hrowns and greens, and we have a fine selection of LARGE It SIZES—both plain aud with gorgeous fur collars. You'll find just the coat here you'll need for the cold, wintry days and nights ahead. We have all sizes aud all colors. Come in this week. We also stock a complete line of the justly famous AN MS UK COATS, iu hot li southern and northern back muskrat UK well as the very popular beaverettes. These fur coats are stocked up to size 44 and as small as 10. Come in and talk J'ur-lcoats with Mr. Chris- chilles, who does all the selling. COUNCIL OAK STORE POTATOES Carload on track, Milwaukee Depot. RED RIVER COBBLERS NO. 1 I Bag $2.79—5 or More Bags $2,! Ocean Spray ORANGE and v . CHANDERRY MARMALADE Pound. Jar •'•'., C and E GRAPE JELLY Bee 2'Lb, Jar....32c CRISP PASCAL CELERY LARGE -I r 8TALK ...... IJC Emperor Texat Seediest A GRAPtFP'JIT OC CABBAGE, Pound .... 3c APPLES Delicious. Lb. Ilk POTATOES Luy a -\7intor Supply /' Gee Council Oak for PrJ A '* mi .f.( •<:/,,. jfo'i rf f For a Better: Breakfast TAS-80T 0WFEg "A Finer,- Richer Elem!" Drip and M | • Regular R . Grind B J [COUNCIL OAK COFFEE ''&.< Grouud to -Order Luxwy TOMATO PASTE 1 Ounce | Can i PEANUTS j Per Pound j Black:] SALADA TEA Ounce Mg. ?• Mj \l . '• » JV . . STAEPARD PEAS, No. 2 CanJ Aj;NT >*RI.LIK 4t Diced Bgets, 16-oz. Class...]! AUST XKLUE ~~ ~~« Shoestring Beets, 16-oz. Class 13 1VIIOITK~K KIIN KI, ~7] CORN, No. 2CP.1...H DOMIJTrt OJtANdK AX1) Grapefruit Juice, No. 2 Can. COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS VK\V I'ACK "RATION-Fatt" BEEF ROLLED RIB BEEF ROASf Cottage Cheese [ROASTS . 17c i AIIM nnrt : KI10UMJKII, Lb........ t'ork Feet BOILING BEEF, Lb. ...... I7c FRESH FISH MINCEMEAT 25c How. Styl« Bulk Fork SAUSAGE Pound... POEK NECK BONES .Pound 7e SLICED PORK LIVER .Pound I9c SLICED BEEP LIVER Pound 29c PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF Pound 31c Mild Cure SUMMER SAUSAGE PER "; OT w: O/C Spiced LUNCH LOA? PER 07 LB O/C Skinles* FRANKS Tender-Savory: VEAL Shoulder ROAST, Lb, ...2W Round and Swiss ,J STEAK, Lb, ...» Sirloin 'I STEAK, Lb, .,2k Ground ^.'J VEAL, Lb, ..,2*1 Loin .. CHOPS, Lb, ,.3 Rib Chops, L|>, 3* Veal Stew, L(), I* rilKVi'Il (STYLE SUPERB MUSTAP?. Quart MOKNINft UOI1T~ " CIDER VINEGAR, Quart J30 I4< _—JM^ ERS > 2 »•»»• Box 270 sK^jjIEftfliNNER, Pkg. ;. 320 ?BT BUTTER, 2 lb. Jar. 390 You Enjoy a BETTER BREAKFAST When you serve Robli-Koss Pancakes, Waffles or Gems. See directions oil the bag. FAMILY »AG Ro)>b-Rosa Buckwhut Mix, 310 Famlljr Bag w w Hand Picked NAVY BEANS Firtt Prize MEALY BEANS Genuine V EGG V NOODLES SYRUP PENICK :«' A 4 , AMBERSYBUP^Lb.Jir.. . 310 I'KNIC'K T~" ~ --•- - • .' .":•'. • "." : WNITE SYRUP, 5Lb, Jar . SUaAR^YWIM V. Jar . 2 n NORTHERN TOILET. TISSUE PURE CATCH MOUSE TRAPS 2 Traps Erf ._ tw OP BARREL 19 "srr, Ml*

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