Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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MAOE FOUR H. S. GIRLS AT S.C. READY FOR SEASON'S B. B. Swea City, Dec. 13—The high school girls physical training classes have completed badminton and pingpong tournaments, with seniors and juniors competing against each other. Pingpong winners were Mary Jane Lobb and Nina Preston; seniors, and Patty Vaux and Arlene Peterson, juniors. Badminton winners were Dorothy Rohlin and Donna Swearingen, juniors, and Mary Lane Lobb sfid Nina Preston, seniors. The physical training classes are now tajdng up calisthenics I iiiiu basketball. Son for a Soldier— Lt. and Mrs. T. J. Hanifan are narenU of a son. born at the Sacred Heart hospital Nov. 30, at Ynnkton. S. D. This is their first child, and he has been named Thomas after his father and great-grandfather, the late T. J. Hanifan, Swea City. Lieutenant Hanifan, now with the navy, formerly coached ;it the Bancroft and Lakota schools. The mother is the former Laureen Kesler, one-time Ledyard teacher and a niece of C. H. Kesley here. Lutheran Women Elect— The Lutheran Aid has elected officers: Mrs. Martin Dahl, president; Mrs. Harvey Larson, vice; president, Mrs. Milton Peterson, secretary; Mrs. Martha Roalson, Mrs. Anna Larson, and Mrs. Philip Holcomb were elected to the advisory board. A unique feature included in the plans for next year's program is the reviewing the catechism. The women voted to buy more war bonds. Shower for a Bride— A shower for Mrs. Leighton Hugoson, the former Ardis Smith, is being given at the Free church, East Chain. Minn., this week Tuesday, hostesses. Mesdames Rr.y Jensen, Warren j Larson, Paul Brockman, George Hugoson, Ellsworth Carlson, and . Lois Hugoson. Ex-Teacher Here Bereft— Will A. Pye, well known Iowa j Educator, father of a former) Swea City teacher, Elizabeth Pye, died suddenly one day last week. She had'been superintendent of schools at Newburg for the last 2% years. His widow and two daughters survive. A Christmas party for the Old People's Home at Winnebago, Minn., will be held Friday at Guild hall, Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. James Montgomery, and Mrs. John Jongberg hostesses. Mrs. Andrew Berg has charge of the program. Gifts for either men or women may be given. Evangelistic meetings in the Baptist church closed Sunday night. They were well attended, drawing many people from surrounding towns. Frank Bass, layman from Minneapolis, was speaker, and music was furnished by The Palermo Four, also from Minneapolis. Kathryn Haglund and Deloris Angle, who recently enlisted in the Waves, are taking boot training in the Bronx, New York City. LOIS GENGLER, OF WHITTEMORE, NOVEMBER BRIDE Whittemore, Dec. 5 — Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler, here, and Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wollner, Cylinder, were married last week Tuesday morning at the local St. Michael's Catholic church in a double ring ceremony, the Rev. William Veit, pastor, officiating. The bride was attired in a white lace net over satin en train, with lace fingertip veil, and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Margaret Wollner, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid, and wore a floor- length gown of heavenly blue net over satin, with blusher veil -and a flower coronet, her flowers being yello\y carnations. The bridegroom was attended by Ralph Gengler, brother of the bride. A reception was held at noon at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate families. The young couple left for a short honeymoon in Wisconsin. * * . WANT ADS ARE YOUR . MARKET PLACE . KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA STOUTENBURGS, WEST OF BURT, 52 YEARS WED Burt, Dec. 13—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg, farmers west of here, will have been wed 52 years this week Thursday. They I were married at Washington, la., 1 Dec. 14, 1892, and after a honeymoon in Ohio went to Princeton, • 111., where they established their j first home. I The couple came to Kossuth in 1899, and have ever since lived here except for a few years at Algona some 20 years ago, after I which they returned to the farm. i They are now retiring from the farm soon and hope to be located {in a home they bought at Swoa I City by Christmas. They will ! there be near their daughter Mrs. Harold Jones, and have another daughter, Mrs. Roy Budlong, who lives on a farm near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Stoutenberg have five ertandchildren, three great grandchildren, and ' a nephew, Oscar Blanchard, at Woodburn, Ore. Because they are soon to , move they will have no special ] celebration of their anniversary. The granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Buffington, and her husband have rented the farm. •» Swea Cityan Takes Air Flight Course Swea City, Dec. 11—According to a dispatch received here from an air service station in England, Capt. Haro'.d A. Sch'ulc-r, Swea CHy, recently completed an orientation course designed to bridge the gap between training in the States and combat soldiering in Germany. At tnis air service command station he attended a series of lectures given by veterans which included instruction on chemical warfare defense and pertinent tips on staying healthy in a combat game. * Church Dinner Abandoned. A church dinner which was to have been held last week Sunday at the Methodist church was postponed indefinitely because of services for Charles H. Schrader. ALGONA PUPILS IN CONFERENCE PLAY FESTIVAL Kathryn Mills, English and speech teacher in the Algona high school, took a group of her pupils to Humboldt last week Wednesday afternoon to take part in a North Central Iowa conference play festival in the Humboldt high school auditorium. Other schools taking part included the Clarion, Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Hampton, and Webster City schools. Professor James F. Frederlich, director of drama at Drake university, was critic judge. This festival originated in Algona 12 years ago, and since then has become an annual affair held at the conference school in rotation. The play presented toy the Al•' gona group was Mooncalf Mug- I ford, and Darel Larsen, a pupil, assisted Miss Mills as director. | The cast included Ardis Kre- | sensky, Tommy Lynch, Lorraine , Loper, Vernon Voyles, and Ted i Herbst. TP • • » • ••••••••••••*¥* WAR BONDS . are your chance to be fi- . • nancially well after the war. . WAVE KIT CompletewithPermanenfc QHLY , - • Wave Solution, curlers, i ehampoo nnd wnvo Bet— nothing else to buy Requires no heat electricity or machines Safo for every typo of hair. Over 6 million sold. Money back guarantee. Uet a Charm- Jkurl Kit today. BARKER DRUG STORE ^ Extra! Sno Pants $3.98 at Woodward's ALGONA BOY TO BOMB GERMANS An Air Service Command Sta.- tin in England, (Undated)—Cpl. William Hof, whose wife resides at 633 No. Minn., Algona, la., recently completed an orientation course designed to bridge the gap between training in the States and combat soldiering against the enemy in Germany. At this air service command Station the corporal attended a series of lectures given by veterans of the command which included instruction in chemical warfare defense and pertinent tips on staying healthy in a combat zone. Corporal Hof's next station will be one from which Amer- ica's fighting planes cover our advance into Germany. . Before entering the army air forces, the corporal was employed at farming with his father, Edward G. Hof, Lu Verne, la. TITONKA AUTOS IN HEAD-ON COLLISION Titonka, Dec. 13—A head-on collision between cars driven by Lewis Bartlett and Geered Henken, son of Fred Henken, west of town farmer, this morning resulted in extensive , damage to both cars and minor injury to Mr. Bartlett's knee.' The accident happened at the corner near the Elizabeth Kennedy house. It is reported that young Henken had taken his sisters to school, and was returning home, when, in negotiating the] cornaer, he. swung too far out knd into the traffic lane of Mr. Bartlett's Car. Neither man saw the approaching car of the other. » TWO; Mouses SOLD. Mrs. W. A. Foster has sold a tenant house on South Dodge street to J. P. Smith, who lived in one of the Harrington estate houses on the same street recently bought by J. B. Wheelock. Clarence .J. Wiltgcn bought the Harrington estate house on Mc"Gregor and South Dodge. Mr. Wiltgenjs a watch r<*pair man ver the A. & P. store. • -^—» ,, SON FOR KELLNERS. St. Joe; Dec, 11—Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner are parents of a son borri Tuesday, Dec. 5. They have two 'other children, a boy and a girl. ."ill* Get In The" Feed Business i"fS,\ e Sfcfe.' ?bl is a war necoss that is on the un will provide y ou .. come now, and ,-, s,,!:'," 1 inline future Vo <!'* ?r equipment nc ( ' nave car. If yoll . ed send your nan Dress to Box <!00 c and our Field M" give you a person;, Name Address M Ust tcrc * "' * , Vancc . T11K Quality Meats Bologna . Ib. Neck Bones . Ib. Lard . Ib. . Mince Meat 2 Ib. Sirloin Steak Ib. Minced Ham •«&:<»*"«*>*Si Among These Useful Furniture Pieces You'll Find The Ideal Christmas Gift The backbone of America is the home, the greatest institution on earth. So keep it furnished. Choose your furniture gifts at Coast to Coast Store for a merrier Christmas. Only 10 shopping days left. Desk, $39.95 Chairs to Match, $7.95 up Dinette Sets Table and Four Chairs $64.50 Occasional Chairs Variety of colors and upholstery $6.95 up Mirrors Several Sizes and Shapes $1.95 to $6.95 / CAS€ LOT SALE WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN TOMATOES PEAS FLOUR! KITCHEN PRIDE 1.98 •-*.</!.-,* 2-Ib, bag RAISINS DROMEDARY GINGER BREAD MIX. 19c SKIPPYPEANUT BUTTER STA&E DOOfJ c/l- "Pretty sure of himself, isn't he?" WHEATIES "Breakfast of Champions" WITH MILK AND FRUIT Fruits and Veg< '"APPLES i APPLES JONATHANS per iiu. TttXHS GRAPEFRUIT Iwx !M! si/o ORANGES per box 4.98 POTATOES .... CARROJS 2 „„, 15c LEMONS S'° 6 ««r 29c RUSSETT POTATOES 5 riO llB 23c j)or l(M)-ll). . bits' FLOUR! CONSUMERS 1.89 HONEY 1.29 jar FOLDER'S COFFEE V acuum Living Room Suites All steel spring construction. Velour cover $169.95 Bed Room Suites Solid Maple $99.50 Waterfall .'. $124.50 COAST-TO-CO AST STORE Drip or Reg. 2-Jb: jar 55c LIFEBUOY KBc WOODBURY FACIAL SOAP 2 ^m MM tor . . . I PC CASHMERE BOUQUET 3 for. . . . 23C SANI FLUSH 19c VANISH. 19c HHEX .„. 49c CALUMET BAKING POWDER 15c SWANDOWrt CAKE FLOUR il5 SUNSHINE KRIS" CRACKERS 33c BREAD DARK OR L 3 loaves • •

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