Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1944 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 7, 1944
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE FOUR 'S M. & D. CTYDEC.14 Union T\vp., Dec. 5—The Union Mothers and Daughters club will hold an evening meeting at Mrs. Waller Heerdt's Thursday, Doc. 14. This is an annual Christmas party. The women havi.' usually had the party in the al'lonoon, with an exchange of giTLs, but, this time the husbands and children will be guests. Mrs. Mel Murlagh-Pclerson will give a talk on the Hawaiian islands, whero her home was till the war. The program committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will; menu committee, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. Birthday H Celebrated- Clarice Campney was hostess to a small group of girls at her home here Sunday in honor of her birthday anniversary. The birthday was Saturday, but Sunday was more convenient for the occasion. Attending: a cousin, Irene Campney, Ruthven, Ruth Heerdt, and Kathryn and Janet Buscher, Algona. Clarice's brother Harold's birthday anniversary was the following day, but he was perhaps in a foxhole somewhere in France, Holland, or Germany. Good Hope Bazaar Held— The Good Hope W. S. C. S. held a successful 'bazaar and .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA bake sale in the old State's cafe building at Algona Saturday, and $100 was realized. Women who assisted there were Nellie Jenkinson, Myrtle Rutledge, Myrtle Sorensen, Ruth Harlan, Maxine Dittmer, Naomi Knoll, and Bertha Sarchet, Other Union News. Lawrence Reidel leaves for induction at Fort Snelling this week Wednesday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riedel, and goes by the nickname of "Curley." A Youth Fellowship meeting to have been held at West Bend Sunday was postponed on account of the icy condition of the roads. The David McGregors spent Saturday at Mason City. DEPENDABLE-LOW PRICED" „..-, i IMakc your personal se- ' ) lection from our wide I variety of Quality Foods under brands you know. We ffiiarantee every pur- / chase to please. , ,.:.$£ *\' "IT'S SAFE TO SAVE*?,' AT COUNCIL OAK"-j-«' r HEAif H -«•*•"» FOODS YOUR TABLE 8OI,11J GUKEN CABBAGE, Lb, VEGETABLES NOnTHEHN RUTABAGAS, Lb. Young Carrots Orapn Top, Hunch .... WAA'ET) PARSNIPS, Lb. Texas Seedless Assorted Sizes, round Florida Seedless For Juice, round California Per 1'ound 12ic U. S. No. 1 Sweet Spanish 10 Founds, 29«— Oriff. 60-Ib. Utv«c . 51.39 SPANISH "" f)£ Salted Peanuts, Lb,£30 KIIESH HOASTKD PEANUTS, Lb... SOFT SMELL '• fbtfk . Ens. Walnuts, Lb. 360 With butter at -, 20 POINTS PER LB. „ you'll want to purchase several jars of MORNING LIGHT PEANUT BUTTER BIG 2-LB. JAR Make your personal selection from our fine assortment of jams, jellies and preserves, ALL UNRATIONED Nancy Ann OUNCE LOAF . 100% WHOLE WHEAT MA BROWN BREAD 24-oz. Loaf I«V APRICOT HALVES Itcnvy Syrup, No. '2V, Can Whole nnd Broken, NEW CROP PULLED FIGS 8-oz. ME Brick ... £9 BLACK MISSION FIGS SUN-MAID NECTAR RAISINS COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS 2 Ibs. BULK KRAUT 15c Bulk-MINCE MEAT 25c FRESH FISH Swift's PREMIUM BOLOGNA Ring and Large Slicing Swift', Premium Franks PER POUND. . 35c NECK BONES, Lb.. .Tc OREC LIVER, Lb. I9c SPARERIBS, Lb. . .2lc • mj Souse LiSHCH MEAT, Lb. 28c BEEF LIVER, Lb. 29c Liver Sausage, Lb. 32c Spiced LWH LOAF, Lb, 39c Kraft &m. Spread, 2 ioa< 89c BEEF ROAST PER v POUND - nur,K VOIIK SAUSAGE, Lb, SAUSAGE, Lb... Per Pound Armour's Star PORK LINK SAUSAGE 390 FRESH GROUND POUND Hamburger 25° SWIFT'S BLAND LARD HETTY CKOCKEB SOUP MIX 256 SKA si UK BEANS J-lli. 290 NAVY BEANS 2 T'oumlB ............ 190 For a 'cold weather breakfast: A plateful of delectable, golden GRIDDLE CAKES MADE WITH RORB-ROSS WHITE LOAF, 50-Pound Bag.. FIRST PRIZE, 50-Pound Bag .. -Y EXTRA FANCY HEAD RICE Per Pound ..... 120 BUCKWHEAT UCAKE f AMILY BA< 31c PANCAKE MIX FAMILY BAG DUTCH GIJll APPLE BUTTER 29-Ounce Jur^ —-y_..... "PUDDING, Package . . . . ( Whole Grain Vacuum Pack KWIKIiACK MASTER TOAST Bi-oz. Box *^+ GOLDEN CORN, 12-oz. Can .. Sri'KK-1'AK GREEN BEANS, No. 2 Can ... 130 160 FINE BLEND 1 TAC-CUT M4.AV' ENGI.ANO STYIyE HART BEANS, 26-oz. Can .. ROBB-ROSS CUBAN-CANE SUGAR SYRUP WHOLE BERRY Council Oak Co»ee, Ib. ... Per FIRST PRIZE YELLOW. CORN MEAL ,, 5 lb - 9U ^ Bag <•'? " Jar 2-lb. Country , Roll Butter • . YOOT FBIENO NJ^ AT A7£ALT(Mc DECEMBEU 8 & 9 SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, near Renwick, were Saturday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and took home the children, little Gloria and Ruth, who had been with their grandmother ten days. Jos. Cink shelled corn Saturday forenoon at his place here in Sexton. Little Joan Krieps spent Friday till Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Forburger, Wesley. There was no Sunday school or preaching service .at the local church Sunday—too slippery roads. Plans are being laid for a Christmas program, Mrs. Harvey' Steven and Mrs. Alfred Opheim committee, Mrs. Everett Steven assisting on the music. Mrs. Roland F. Bode left Monday evening by train for San Francisco to join her husband for the holidays. Mrs. Sally Thomasson, who had been with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Beukema, a month, left Monday evening for Springfield, Mo., -for the holidays with her husband, patient at a veterans hospital there. The Lester Eisemans, Orand Island, Neb., were guests over Saturday night of Lester's sister, Mrs. August Kirschbaum. The Fred Nuehrings were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nuehring's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. • L U Verno, Dec tcrian public n supper will bt =>aar held at tho con „ this w ' U ' ^ ^= ne r=i == == =: STff BS ^ f^ = I I -_3 == !^= ? ¥ S= | n GET AM EARLY STAR! on Shop Graham's for Practical GIFTS for the family and your friends Cotton Dresses GIFTS FOR GIRLS Princess or basque styles in prints solids and plaids. Pique- ric rac or self ruffle trim, 3 to 14. 98c lo 2.98 NEW POPULAR Gift Robes to An easy way to solve your Christmas problem. Buy her a baby chenille or fancy crepe robe. PINAFORE COVERALL Aprons FOR GIFTS Practical aprons in colorful prints or sheer organdy. Tie back sash tape trim or ruffles 69c lo 1.98 Snow Suits LEGGING SETS 5.95 13.95 Girls or boys outfits in plain color fabrics. Jacket, leggings, cap to match. : Sizes 4 to 11. Cotton Frocks Practical for 2.98 lo eJ Buy several for Rifts too. Just ivo group for Holiday os 14 to 52. , ' nd New Arrivals In Smart DRESSES THE GIFT SHE WILL ENJOY 8.95 Styles in variety lo suit every laste. Rayon crepes, part wool paslels and jersey combinations. Plain and bright winter colors. Sizes 9 lo 44. DRESSES For Every Occasion Radiant solid colors, dressy two color combinations m Rayon Crepes, Failles, and printed Ray. ons. Dresses you can wear for any occasion or buy as a gift. Sizes 14 tb 44. .95 WARM WINTER COATS A perfect gift for any woman or miss. ting action giving rayon under- 19.95 £« P , U l ar CHEST ERFIELDS and BOY COATS with delightful new styling details— Sweetheart lapels, smart pockets in materials of soft suedes, fleeces, and shetlands. Colors— brown, blue, green, and black. BUTTON IN Colors Brown or blue ________ BUTTON OUT 27.50 £,;' Lunch Cloths Choose a sensible all-linen, 1 woven crash or printed cotion. They give elegance to any table at slightest cost. Sizes 52x52, 54x70. .69 to 2J8 HANDBAGS New Styles—New Shapes 2.49 lo 8.95 Every woman will love one of these deep pouch, envelope, or lop handle models with novelty fitting. SKIRTS IN SMART STYLES O Round gore. Pleated models U. SLOPPY JOE-SUE SWEATERS Slip over styles. n 100% wool .1 0. SMART STYLE BLOUSES Charming styles for gifts _ WOMEN'S .GLOVES, MITTENS Novelty suede or rayon. New shades' KNIT GLOVES AND MITTENS A practical gift for boy or girl 79c Gift Handkerchiefs LADIES' HANKIES. You'll find just what you want in these groups. White cottons. Embroidered corners. Dainty plain linens and 9Qf* fancy colors _. AtJV to Two Hankies in Gift Box Three Hankies in Gift Box 1.29 1.49 CHILD'S HANKIES 15c MEN'S HANKIES With white satin border. White cord edge or colored woven borders are sure to please him 19c ^ 39c Fascinators 1.69 to 2.29 You'll IOVG ihese "icy mist" fascinators. They are real tricksters. Wear Dress Gloves ...2.98 For Gifts Pigskin or plain crepes in colors black, brown, navy, natural. ™ them as stoles, ascois, or Y what have you. Squares or long shapes. DelighN ful colors for gifts. Dickies 1.29 to 2.29 Crisp white V-neck and high round neck styles are excellent gifts. PURREY BLANKETS Rayon and Wool. No lovelier gift can be inv agined than a lovely Purrey Blanket. Colors rose, blue, and cedar. 72x84 inches 5.95 Gowns and Pajamas ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED 1.29 te 2.98 Smart models for cold weather. Two-piece pajamas. Full cut gowns with long sleeves. UNION SUITS EXTRA QUALITY 1.49 Ladies' ribbed unions. Serviceable and comfortable. Dutch neck, knee length. Full run of sizes. CHENILLE RUGS IN SEVERAL SIZES 2.98 3.98 Heavy cotton chenille in attractive highly lustrous patterns and colorings. Excellent gift items. MEN'S, BOYS' SWEATERS O QO Make excellent gifts £tt ' JO MEN'S. BOYS' SCARFS O 29 Are always appreciated U»mv MEN'S, BOYS' SOCKS OQn New fancy clock patterns Wwv DRESS FABRICS NEW FALL PATTERNS 79c ta 1.98 to A grand selection of rayon crepes, Spun rayons and cottons in the season's wanted colorings. MISSES' SPORT JACKETS A hit style that's more popular than ever this Fall and why wouldn't it be with its fancy plaid back and plain' front combinations. Wear this with your •. AH casual clothes I.tFv THREE-PIECE DRESSER SETS 1.98 6.95 Beautiful combinations with plastic or lucite backs and handles. Just the thing for inexpensive gifts. TOILET SETS IN GIFT BOXES 1,00 1.39 1.98 Bath soap, dusting powder sets—shaving soap cream sets—shaving bowl and lotion sets- dusting powder, soap sets—cologne and talcum 5GIS* Gift Lingerie Slips Are Always Appreciattd 1.69 to 2.98 Lace trim or tailored styles. Perfect bust supports. Bias cut or 4- gore models. Sizes 32 to 44. RAYON GOWNS. New styles in pretty nighties. Dainty stripe or plain runresist fabrics. Colors IT S .....1.39 ,,4.98 RAYON PANTIES. Perfect fit- tin action giving rayon under, panfies, step- 69c to 98c BERRY SETS. 7-PIECE CRYSTAL GLASS ... JUICE SETS. FIVE-PIECE" CRYSTAL GLASS . . BERRY DISHES for 49c 98c 25c CHENILLE Bed Spreads 10.95 ,„ 22.50 Beautiful color effects in rich baby chenille. Nov. elty designs in multi-color combinations. Dinnerware Sets 32-piece sets — 54 piece sets 5.95 to 19.95 \ useful remembrance. Choose from this wide range of new floral patterns. Smart Baby Wear INFANTS' Booties 49c,79c Attractive adorable siylei in soft, all wool and rayon yarns. See these 4j , lovely sweaters. *. Dainty Sheer Gift Dresses 1.98 Hosiery For Gifts Sheer Rayons 75c to 1.01 Full fashioned luxsh'.a hose will about fill hel fondest hopes. They're about the finest gift we can think of. Women's Mercerized HOSE 59c Long wearing hose "i double soles. Child's Ribbed gt}C School Hose Department St ores Boxed STATIONERY 49c to 9SC White and tinted ****$£& envelopes. In novelty b° xe gift*.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free