Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1944 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
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•SY^_ii-- ' LY DINNER IORS GUESTS fROM ILLINOIS mTli — Mr. and Uler entertained at Sunday, and at- Mrs Samuel Bickel M niece of . Theodore raWi the Paul Jar*P' v the Clayton John- 'the Ernest HutchmiFio: Mrs. yd Gregorys, Algona; Johnson and hare ,ers in her daughter Mrs. Burlis I> Nio who had gone there to see her husband, stationed near there She was a patient in a hosnit-il i few days, but expected lo'acuom'- pany her mother home this week. Birthday is Celebrated— Mr._and Mrs. U. S. Grant and and wore. j n : , detenti HI allowd it) KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA. PAGE ttffl£fc Stall the ] .'Her Mrs. Smith io P Vh," 1 ™ d baby ' Ban croft, and Mr. and •Us,, snokn in' ¥ rs ' GHff Waltman were Sunday '-•l.urch Sr Friday ^ hnnC - r BUGStS - al lhc Jess Walt - Dinner for an Inductee— A/.-miily gathering was hold al . . . an n s Mrs Peter Thompson were uesb u: h "'»" ">' Mr. «rKJ Mrs Sunday at Fred GUKK' ini ™ Wick Sunday in honor of their Waves Visiting Parents- Waves Bculah and Doris Kggle- ston have been visiting the: ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kgg'lu- ston, the last week. Beulah is M. M. 2-c at Otlumwa; Doris Call on Rochester Patient Hugh Mrs Theodore Johnson . Verla Johnson, Mason 1 are nine brothers the family, also 24 iidre'n, and all were pres- 1 t one granddaughter, I Ford, Mclvin, 111. Party Given— we ll party honoring chichtl was given at H. Friday evening by No. 1, all members in ,. Games were played, ' Alvin Weber and Mrs. "Goetsch as hostesses. w ere 16 members and icsts, Mrs. Chas. Goetsch, r l Goetsch, and Martna . in attendance. Roll coll fcurered witn suggestions istmas. Mrs. H. D. Ristau trse of entertainment, flairy Weber is at a Fort Sospital, where she had a .oration last Thursday. 1st Women Meet — '. S. C. S. Circle No. 1 pharmacist male 2-c stationed Norfolk, Va. . an,.| I) ( , m i] )y McDonald were in Rochester Sunday to see '"• Anderson, .., ,. norr >e in honor of Mrs. Jess Waltman's birthday. Mrs. Earl Nester, Worthington, i Minn., is spending a few weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. . L. Pratt. She is helping with the care of her new ;phew, Mac Ronald. Warren Larson visited a few at the Harvey Thompson's attended the operetta Friday ling. The Larsons moved to Owatonna, Minn., last year. Mrs. Hattie Griffcn, Armstrong, spent a few days last week with her friend Mrs. Pearl Chipman and attended the operetta Thurs- SENECA day evening. Mary Jean Rachut, Hnvelock, spent the weekend with litr parents, the Herman Hat-huts, and attended the operetta Friday Seneca's war bond workers at- evening. tended a kick-off meeting at the The Auxiliary women, seven in ; Prisoner of War camp at Algona number, met al the home of Mrs. I Friday. They started their drive louts | nce I were Joint Thanksgiving— Union Thanksgiving ._._ will be held at the Presbyteri;,,, church this week Wednesday evening at 8, the Kev. Paul Beckman, of the Evangelical church preaching. Other Lu Venus N<«WN. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar are now at their homo Bernardino, Calif., after months here with Edgar's ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Edgar has received u medicil discharge, and will work in electrical shop at San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, Glenn '• s ; i patient there. ,'virs. Hugh McDonald remained a Jew days with Mrs. Anderson services V' lc ' n " Andeison had been in a VU.son City hospital for a number ol weeks. He is an instructor in the Forest City .schools. Heddlo Speaks at Thompson— The Hev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle attended a l'YHow-.hij> dinner and program a! the Thompson MHiH.di.s!. dn.irch Sunt!i,y, and Mr Meddle ;! ,.v> u talk on spir- mal success II- was pus i,or of the Tho'n[jsoii c'nurch :il one time, The Heridles attended an Algona district meeting at Ti- i'jnka Monday. Chas. Scott last week. They sewed rug rags. Monday, and aimed to finish by this week Wednesday, Mrs. Ronald Elvidgo and new The Curtis Olesons called at. „ _ ..... son were brought homo from the : Howard Preston's Saturday even- Mrs. Margaret Loofl, and the finished training at 'a business school, came homo with them. The school band is presenting a Thanksgiving concert at the school auditorium this week Wednesday evening. The George Jensens, Ringsted, r,pent Sunday evening al Millen Jensen's. Sunday dinner guests at Henry Looft's were Mr. and Mrs. George Pommcr, of Woden, Algona hospital Thursday. I ing and made lhe acquainlance of i Fred Loofls, Swca City. Pauline Hess spcnl the week-; a new grandson, Wayne Earl, Mrs. Fred Brown accompanied end with her parents in Charles I born Friday. The Prestons now for Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn entertained pheasant huntaffi from Creston over the weekend. Mrs. A. E. Nelson left Friday for Fort Dodge for a few days at Mrs Sophie Ekedahl's. FALL BREAKS HIP. Lu Verne, Nov. 21—While M?s. William Hardcopf was watering her chickens last week Monday, she fell and suffered a broken hip. She is now a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. She City. The M. Y. F. met at the home pf Jack McMullen Sunday evening. have two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn spent Friday at Mason City. Their daughter Marjorie who had the Rev. and Mrs. Preul, Fenton, is 82 years and six months old. to Storm Lake last week Tuesday to attend a Northwest Iowa | Methodist Conference mass meeting preliminary to the Crusade WANT ADS ARE YOUR MARKET PLACE Thomas at San und V wh bunday with , Mn. Jennie Phillips. The Le Roy ' P ° ahnUlil : Teachers Merc for Weekend- Mary Jane Winch, who teaches first grade in the Rock Rapids The Birthday club met Thursday evening at Mrs. J. L. U at the rural home ofi Lindebak's, and Mrs. Harold Sorted Zweifel this week, *™en honor guest, received a v Mrs William Ellis ' g' ft , from ^ club. Bridge was R Mrs. Adam Zweifel thediversion. fd devotions, and Mrs. Al- The Presbyterian Woman's as- i will give the lesson. Cir- ! sociation will meet next week 12 will meet next Wednes- | w {? dnes , d , av at Mrs. Eli Bager's. iMrs S R Baker's, Mrs. I Mrs ' Margaret Schwab, of Blue V'assisting, roll call to | Earth is a guest of her daughter iswered with thankful M «-Albert Pcrgandc. Circle No 3 will meet I Mr and Mrs. Robert Chantland, Barkers, J. L. Lindebak's, Mrs. ! Humboldt, are parents of a guests. Snrnncpn issistine host- ! daughter, born Sunday. The |ffiSin^S fr. Si' "other was. Charlotte Guy , Missionary^ Will Speak- weekend with friends here and also attended the operetta the last Pinafore, Friday evening. Miss Winch and Miss Lcichcr both taught in Burt .schools last year. Birthday is Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, son Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond! Lovstad and daughter, und Ar-1 lene Nelson were guests at the! home of Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Cox, Algona. Sunday 'n honor of Mrs. Lovstad's birthday. The Vcrn Algona, were also yotions. j Has Meeting— I, J. club met Friday at duaghter of Mr. and Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Towne, Des Moincs, are here for a visit •old Sorensen's, 13 mem- , at the parental Earl Ncal's. 1 two guests, Mrs. Archie Aaron Smith has come from Mrs. Samuel Bicknel,' Alaska to spend a furlough with fill., present. For roll call j his father John Smith. libers except one was pre-' fto respond with poem, icipe, or whatever else, (le of the women respond- a playette. The Red fcork had failed to arrive, [afternoon was spent at [for Soldier Elect: — • Mbert Schipulls were at fiarspn's, near Renwick, dinner honored Everett f/,.who left Monday for in- There were 36 relatives MUSIC AND TALK ON CHINA GlVOi AT BURT SCHOOL P. Warfield, a Methodist Missionary in Poland when war broke out, is to speak in the Methodist church in Emmetsburg Sunday, Nov. 20. al 8 p. m. His talk is on "The Crusade for Christ." Alqona Family io Burt— Wm. Ball, Alguna, moved his family to Burt the first of the I week. They are occupying the house vacated by lhc Higgins i family. I Other Hurt, News. I Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and her ! sister-in-law, Mrs. Edna Main, returned Sunday evening from Cedar Rapids. They had been called there the firsl of lhe week the "Parkinson Players" gave an | by the sudden dealh of Mrs. Burt, Nov. 22—Friday forenoon entertainment in the 'school for i Main's husband. Funeral services idance, and gifts were pre-1 the pupils. This consisted of A party was also given music on a marimba, with a set I were held Friday. Mrs. Roy Morgan and daugh- [at the community hall by i, some 20 families rep- Five hundred was Everett was presented purse of money. to Coast- Clifford Holmes was |to Portland, Ore., last iturday by the illness of NCES at n croft [Nov. 24— Al Menke Nov. 2K—Scandi- I" Accordion c. I—Tiny Little of bells and a viber harp. This i ter Marion went to Fort Dodge was a very good program enjoyed i Saturday to Ret Mrs. Morgan's by the students and faculty. Mrs. ! sister, Mrs. Watkins, and two Elleroy Smith gave a talk on her j children, and all went to Buffalo experiences as a missionary m China. She and her husband Center. The Morgans returned Sunday. were prisoners of the Japanese Mr.'and Mrs. Bob Ditsworth •PULAR IGAMES Cecelia's Academy , Nov. 27 8:00 O'CLOCK l Be Served Clr de No. 9 Lawrence Winkel K- Ph Jl Kohlhaas [give the right suppert< > COMfTtV •8 48.J St. Telephone Service Depends on People, Too Your telephone, the wires that carry your voice and the intricate equipment in the telephone office are only part of what it takes to provide good telephone service-it takes people, too. .Telephone service depends on operators, linemen, engineers, installers, clerks-14,000 men and women in scores of telephone jobs-who operate qnd maintain the $203,000,000 system of this Company, handling six million calls a day over. more than a million telephones. / They are doing their best to make present equipment serve as many people as possible, after war needs are met. Their courtesy and efficiency reflect their un-" 'derstanding of your problems even when they must tell you it will be some time after victory -when materials, manpower, money and factories become available-before add.tiona equ ^ ment can be manufactured and installed to serve all who want telephone service. , You can be sure they are doing all they cari to make your wait for telephone sewce as short as possible. NO«THWK««N OUR PART HAS BEEN EASY... This is a BIG farm year— Now Buy BIGGER Bonds! «r* 4 Wf npMiu for buying th« most you can-flOO, $500, $1,000 in tho big 6th War Loon. War Bonds glvo you: I. The best tad stfett investment la the world. UT At anturJty, 14.00 foe every 43.00 you loan. 5. The coaveoieQct of cash— plus increase in , value 1 4. Fundi to replace and restore worn-out farm equipment, soil fertility, and buildings. I. Funds for educating your children; a nest .egg for yout own security, travel, retirement. 6. The increased purchasing power vitally needed to wia the Peace, TW&sh'fttfe-wrffWWvy? You've had bigger profits-NOW BUY BIGGER BONDS TTARMERS have much to be thankful biggest part of the job is still ahead. The JL for this yearl Before yon sit down to war against Japan will probably be his- that big turkey dinner, ask yourself if tory's costliest. One average Navy task you've done the best you could. Lending force costs 2 billion dollars — and we money is the easiest part of the war ef- need many of them. Even one torpedo fort—but it is as essential as fighting. We costs $12,000! And one Superfortress to bomb Tokyo, $600,000! Your dollars are urgently needed — now more than ever—to speed victory and insure America's future. Prove your Thanksgiving^ Buy the biggest War don't need to ask if they're fighting enough^ Ars you lending enough? It's been a mighty good year for farmers! So far it's been an easy war in general for us in the UniteH States. But it isn't over yet. Not by a long shot. The Bonds you can—NOW! i • .• ;• ' '•-: •^••^«.^v-fe-.i^|y'-'. .ilr^ •-. ••-•• ' •'' -.^ v*-< v *| BUY BIGGER BOHDS Implement Co. Algona Maytag Store Dr. W. D. Andrews Algona Hardware, O. F. Peterson Alffona Ice Cream Factory Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n* Algona Flour & Feed Co. Algona Greenhouses Algona Hotel ^ Algona National Farm Loan Ass'n* Algena Produce, John Dreesman Algona Upper De Moiues Allen Motors Algon* Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Coffee Shop Algona Bakery, L. F. Rice Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Algona Skelgas Service, Jess Deen, Prop. Arnold Motor Supply Barker Drug Store Barry's Recreation Parlor Bjustrom Furniture Co. R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency L. S. Bohannon Ins". Agency Botsford Lumber Co. R. E. Bushnell, White Front Tavern This Space is a Contribution to Our Country by Bradley Bros., Implements Ben Franklin Store Borchardt's Drug & Jewelry Dr. M. G. Bourne Brown's Dairy Store II. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store Call and Iowa Theatres* Chrischilles' Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer Christensen's Clement & Brifigs Barber Shop Chrome Service & Cafe Coast to Coast Store Ed Capcsius Consumers Wholesale Council Oak Store Cowan Building Supply Co. Dau Garage and B»dy Shop Druggists' Mutual Ins. Co. of Iowa Dutch's Super Service Dr. A. J. Kason Dinette—Paul Hudson Elk Cleaners iSf, Furriers European Hotel, R. A. Johnson, Mgr. Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store Fo$ & Winkel, Veterinarians Funk & Deim Galbraith Pool Hall Gamble Store Graham Department Store Mel B. Griffin, Raesly Lumber Co. Greenberg Auto Supply Grotte Cafe Harms Oil Co., Phillips 66 Joel M. Herbst Hawcott & Ogff E. J. Hough Hub Clothiers II. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hood's Grocery & Market Hobarton Elevator Co. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman Hoeuk Motor Service Hutchison & Hutchison Iowa State Bank* K. D. James, Drugs Duane Jensen, "1 Up Kossuth County Implement Store Kent Motor Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth County Advance Kossuth County Mutual Fire Ins. Kossuth Motor Co. Kossuth County Credit Bureau Kossuth Oil Co. krescnsky's Kossuth County Hatchery Kirk Auto Co. Laing & Muckey Lusby & Giossi Joe Lowe Linnan & Lynch Mainliner Dr. Harry McCorklc McCullough Chapel E. C. McMahon Midwest Sen-ire Co. Miller Lumber Co. Merritt Funeral Home Madson & Hanson Mathes Cafe Dr. Harold Meyer Modern Dry Cleaners & Taylors H. W. Miller Morrison Beauty Shop Modcrnistie Beauty Shoppe Momyer Abstract Co. Gene Murtagh National Tea Co. F. S. Norton & Son Norton Machine Works James Neville Shoe Store O. K. Rubber Welders Percival Motors Garage Potter Lockers P.iectrfc Store Pioneer HiBred Seed Cora C». Kay's Jack Sprat Store Richardson Furniture Rising Elevator •: D r . C. C. Sliierk, Podiatrist Sjogren's Cottage Grocery Dr. F. E. Sawyer 'G. W. Stillman Sargent & Co. Security State Bank* '^ Shilts BrownbUt Shoe Store S & L Store Smoke Shop & Newsstand Sorenscu Grocery & Meats Swift & Co. G. D. Shuimvay Spilles Hardware Silver Gray Cafe Thompson Distributing Co. Twin Co Beauty Salon Uifcrs Stockyards Viking Oil Co., E. B. Cark*« Western Buyers Dr. R. M. Wallace White's Market W. G. Woodward & Co. L, A. Winkel Zander's . '•-if j TUl it «•

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