Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1944 · Page 10
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE,'ALGONA, IOWA Thursday, NOTICE DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? I have about fifteen people wanting to purchase a home in Algona. These people will be cash buyers. Now is a good time to sell your house. SEE ME TODAY C. W. NICOULIN Real Estate Farm and City Property Farm Loans Phone 55 HIGH BIDS IN A BAZAAR AUCTION BY LONEROCKERS Lone Rock, Nov. 22^The Presbyterian Mite society held its annual bazaar and dinner at the church last week Tuesday evening. The dinner consisted of chicken, potatoes, gravy, rolls, butter, baked beans, cranberries, dressing, and choice of pies. .At the bazaar auction many things were sold at high prices. Some prices were: cup of cream, for $1.15; raisin pie, $3.05; 1% Ib. box fudge, $7.25; doll made from Rockford socks', $4.50; name-quilt top, $16; pound butter, $4.50; dresser scarf, $7.50; all-wool quilt cover, $11. Total for the auction was daughter Marieta spent from Thursday till Saturday at Des Moines. Other Lone Rock. and Julian Cherlands celebrated their mother Mrs. J. T. Cherland's birthday at dinner at her home Sunday, The Lawrence Geitzenauers spent the 'weekend with Mrs Th? Carl Raths, Swea City ^eitzenauer's* ^^ M, "ahd and the Frank Householders, of Mrg Charles stauder, Bancroft. Fenton, spent Sunday evening at i Ralph Hurlburt's. Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Hurl- . Albert Oak, of Tayloridge, Ill- arrived lait Thursday to spend some time at his sister Mrs. Chas. burt's were the Arnie and Siebelt ou'«.r'T ' Behrends family, Mr. and Mrs. | Ser '„£ and Mrs . j amcs Lock?,? n0a l^± U ^J^.^ h \,?rf- wood'camp Hood, Tex, arrived ett Richardson family?,..of Algona, and Ara Hurlburt,; of Fairmont. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Bush, Deep River, spent the weekend at Ralph Hurlburt's. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seegebarth in honor of Mrs. Seegebarth's birthday were the Wm. Dreyers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scegobarth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwjefel, Swea City, Mrs. John .Seegebarth, daughter Lydia, and Rose Luedt- , Thursday to spend till next Wednesday.at the parental Dale Lockwood's. Mrs. Lyle Marlow and her son Gary spent Friday morning at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Clarence Macomber's, Algona. ' Mrs. Henry Schroeder and her son Dale were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Chrischilles home, Fenlon. Mrs. Odey Cherland and her mother, Mrs. R. A. Bleich, Burt, Christmas Fur Sale Friday and Saturday Nov. 24-25 Buy'.HER (lint Mnrsliaill mid Swift Fur ('oat for Christmas. Give HER the thrill of a lifetime. There can IK; no curtailment of Marshall and Swift fur quality. >'<> substitutes for M. and S. deiM'iidaliilily and workmanship. Surely this is a ivi.se investment. See this fine assort ment of ITIJS at our shop. Mr. Woohvorth, expert furrier, will he here to assist you in making your choice. ELITE SHOP Baby's Birthday Celebrated— Sunday evening Mrs. Harry Montgomery entertained Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery, son Merlin, and Mr. ahd Mrs. Martin Dahl, with their son Dick, all of Swea City, and the A. A. Kruc- gors, Mrs. Alfred Schultz, and her son Gary Gene, in honor of her daughter Susan Jane's first birthday. California Visitor Here— Mildred Donnackson, of California, visiting at Ringsted, with her sister, Mrs. John Andereasoh, Mrs. Linus Jensen, Ringsted, Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mrs. Julian Cherland, Mrs. Amy Cherland, and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Fenton, spent Friday afternoon at J. T. Cherland's. • , Lone Rocker to India— Mrs. Angus Cotton and her son Angus Jr. left Friday fqr New York, whence Angus Jr is to leave for India. Mrs Cotton will visit her mother, Mrs. Ida Lohrman, and sister Mrs. Erna Doege, a couple of weeks. Baby Boy Has Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, their son Russell, his wife, Hans and Tcna Jensen, and Max- inc Flaig at a birthday party for the son Janncy Jo's first birthday Monday evening. School R. C. Enrollments— The school had a 100% enrollment for the Junior Red Cross in the grade rooms, and lacked only two points of 100 per cent in the high school. The grand total was $23.65. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood, kc, Algona. Hilda Kading, the weekend at Mrs. Milo Bonebrake, Mr. and -. Mrs. Person, Hilda, Mr. and Mrs. ] Emmetsburg, and a niece, Bonnie Edw. Hoppe, and Mr.' .and Mrs. Oldsburg, Curlew, spent Sunday James Nyman were Sunday din- at Dale's. ner guests at John Kylen's, Swea i Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill, City. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Hammerstrom were the Ray Zwiefels,' Fenton, Wayne Lynch, and Donna Jean Foley, Seneca, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends spent the afternoon there. '••: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, of 1 —' Emmetsburg,- spent the weekend SS at George Pettit's. The George | S= Longs were weekenders with; S5 Mrs. Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i yss Clarence' Ackerson. ! :rr 61 YES BOOKS TO TOWN LIBRARY Lu Verne, Nov. 20—Wind and rain last week Monday evening failed to daunt the ardor of members 6f the Progressive club, which met with Mrs. H. H. Phil- j lips. There were 13 members present, and the date was the 13th. ' . . A local prpect this year is a book a month for the local library, arid the'one chosen this month is for 'teen-aged children, 10-18, Abraham Lincoln's World, written by Genevieve 'Foster, who tells that while "Honest Abe" was gro.wing up, and later while we were engaged in the great Civil War, Bismarck • was uniting the German Empire, Eng-t land was-becoming the first great, sea power under Victoria,' and our " ' f ' " "" author of ,Wlth Malice Toward Some. • This newesl book is a gay, heart-Winning story about a young girl's activities on the home front. Erdys Erdal gave a biography of the author. A radio skit bonds was prose, Roggow, Miss c-nwii -' Thome and ]{f° wll ?6 W man, Mrs. interludes e a resume . Ray. Stone gave a resum ° f the book, and also reviewcu . Walter Thompson spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Heidenwith, Algona. Roger Jensen spent Sunday at Soldiers, by Margaret Halsey, the ,Yale 'with his sister Mrs.'Arville Dierdorf; SEARS, ROEBUCI and COMPANY will'soon open an order office in Algo na an(] tercstod in hiring a capable local woman as m a or. The position requires sales ability, as well ccUtivc ability. In answering, state ago, expert ahd references. Replies will be hold j n H i ricl c .. tlence. Address applications to Soars, Roebuck • do,, the Kossuth County Advance. Soars represent! live will be in Algona at a later dale to make I rartjgcmcnts for personal interviews. Hit Mr, as i Dinner for 89th Birthday— j The Roy Jensens were Sunday dinner guests at Chauncey Chipman's, Burt, in honor of Wm. Elvidge's 89th birthday. Youth Expects Overseas Duty— Mrs. P. M. Christenson and her Mrs. Clarence Lohse and and Mrs. August Robison, . City, left Thursday for Fort! ss Knox, Ky., where they are visit-, JE5 ing Clarence, who is to be sent TJZ across soon. Mrs. Elaine Drown, Curlew, and her children spent Sunday at Mrs. Drown's parental R; T. An- pus home. Dr. H. A. Angus, of Oklahoma, arrived a few days Mrs. Robt. Drever spent from' jr: Friday till Sunday at Martin "rjj Dreyer's, Burt. The Martin Drey- j =s ers are parents of a 7-lb. girl, j ~~ born Nov. 17, named Janice ay. j ™ H. A. Angus, Oklahoma, Bob ~~ Angus, Angus Cotton, Juliana -~ Cotton, and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. | ~: Cotton were Sunday evening din- ; ner guests at W. J. Cotton's. Mrs. H. W. Hobson entertained Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. William Schrader, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mrs. Ralph Thompson at a vanishing tea last Thursday. Mrs. Herman Mittag, son Ferdi, Mrs. Gordon Priebe, and j the letter's daughter Virginia, of Pasadena, Calif., spent last week Tuesday at Donald Radig's. ! The Lawrence Newbroughs, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, I and Georgia Angus spent Sunday I at A. D.'s sister Mrs. Julia Ter- I willieer's, Humboldt. Beautiful 7-Piece GLASS BERRY SETS v 49c v COOKIEJARS Clown and Colonial Lady Designs $1.59 New Colorful GIFTS for the HOMI Fancy TEA POTS 1. 3-Pioce RANGE SETS Blue Bell MIX. BOWL SETS.. Oven Proof CASSEROLE SETS_. Nested MIX. BOWL SETS.. Large GLASS ROASTERS. 2.19 U9 1.49 3.98 Enchanting New Ideas In D1NNERWARE 32 or 53 Piece Sets A useful remembrance. Give, dinnerware. Choose from this wide selection of new floral and border etchings. All first quality. . 5.95 TO 18.95 6-cup Glass PERCOLATORS Silver Inlaid RELISH DISH 5-piece TABLE SET Glass CANNISTER SET Fancy Glasc JUICE SET Odey Cherland and the Amy Men and Women Are Needed Start TODAY to be a part of the great army of home front workers that arc backing our war front soldiers. Just as you need them as fighters for your country, they need you as workers. YOUR HELP is urgently needed to build the B-29 Super Bomber NOW! Don't delay . . . conic in and get into this vital work! YOU Build the No Experience Needed Paid While Training -29 Super Bomber The Ship That Bombs Japan! There*s Work To Be Done APPLY NOW! GUARANTEED 48-HR. MINIMUM WORK WEEK TIME AND ONE HALF OVER 40 HOURS EXCELLENT INSIDE WORKING CONDITIONS Representative will be at United States Employment Service Office 918 1st Ave. South, Fort Dodge—November 20 thru November 25 Algona, Iowa—November 27 thru December 2 Glenn L. Martin Nebraska Co, OMAHA, NEB. ALL HIRING MUST COMPLY WITH WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION REGULATIONS SS! Gift Glassware Moonstone GLASS TUMBLERS Fancy Glass I BERRY DISHES 0 for WATER PITCHERS— Fancy Designs 4Q j and figures ___: 07' Heavy Glass TUMBLERS, barrel Glaos 12-inch CAKE PLATES ... Beautiful Glass TUMBLERS.. Hall's China SALT fc PEPPER Hall's China CASSEROLE Large Size SALAD BOWL _. Oven Proof PIE PLATE 1.49 ..49* Beverage Sets Just the Gift for Him. Beautiful Gold Trim. 6 Glasses and Jug . MoonFtonc Glass BERRY BOWLS ... 3-Piece RELISH SETS 12-Piece TUMBLER SETS .. 8-Piece CIGARETTE SETS . Dresser Sets The Perfect Gift for Her Mirror, Brush and Cmnb 6.95 3.98 Wrisley SHAVING SETS .. Spruce After Shave LOTION Orna Wood ASH TRAYS 1.19 1.19 1.00 1.49 Hobnail PASTEL COLOGNE Fitted SEWING BOXES -, Dusting Powder and Mitten l.M 1.98 1.47 Wrisley. Bouquet CQ4 POWDER AND PUFF«*7f Give Pyrexware PIE PLATES, Round Shano ..PIE PLATES, 9'/. in. Deep Fancy Edge BREAD PAN, Deep Loaf Pan... UTILITY DISH, 1 qt. Baking or Serving .— CAKE PAN 25{ Deep Round Shape ' UTILITY DISH, 2 qt. Used for All Purposes - Scoity Dog TIE RACKS GIFTS FOR BOYS & GIRLS Glass Chiiu WATER SETS Will b« «P- predated «!• anv Ijiile 9" 1 .. any Riding Horse A thrill to either Boy or Girl 3.49 Building Blocks You can build castles clear to the sky 39< Black .Board* Just what every boy and girl wants for 1 /Q Christmas. l»07 Wheel Barrowi 1.49 Anii Aircraft GUN Tanks with MOUNTED GUNS. 17 Power TELESCOPE Commando PERISCOPE- Invasion BARGE 2.29 2.29 1. 1.59 Air - Attack Game Fighting Planes in Action 1,49 Bomber Ball Game Four Motor Bomb* •r. Fighter Plane*, Flat Top and Bat- ilMhips 1.39 Washable ill STUFFED ANIMALS | Soft , FLUFFY DOGS —Chenille ||| DOLLS Jl Large . ||| STUFFED BALLS- |1 Lovable Panda J.ll and Teddy Bear Animal Pull Toys RABBITS -POGS -BEARS 59* TwQ.Wh«*l Duck and Curt PULL TOY 1,59 Noma Toy TANK TRUCK Noma EXPRESS TRUCK Toy Wood FARM TRACTOR Model AIRPLANE KITS Fascinating LADDER TOY 1.29 1.29 29< U. S. Army « JQ TRANSPORT TRUCK. T ••"' Noma | AQ STARE TRUCK »•»' Turtl* • 10 PULL TOY ....1.17 Noma WALKING DOG .. 1. PUslic TANKS. SHIPS, PLANE? Toywood MOVING VAN ._.„,..-. Woodtn FLAT IRONS ,... Model 1.29 22-inch MODEL PLANE "PLAYTOY" SIX PIECE PULL TRAINS What boy wouldn't like one of thei* wood null ten. • A A lAi Bow ARROWS Army 45 PLAY GUN W<>e4 u compl.l, Mt ««„ GUN AND

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