Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 3
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, DEC. 14, 1944. (More Locals on Page 2.) Dr. and Mrs, F. Earl Burgess lii/cre at Ledyard Monday to at- I end a meeting of Forest City Ijfcthdist su'b - district mmiters land wives. I Mr. and' Mrs. Fred Chase, who Iwent to California for the winter, I Wave found living quarters at ILong Beach, and their address is |304 Eliot lane, I F. L. Huxtable was a- Rotary [guest Monday. Mr. Huxtable will •open a Firestone store in the Dr. lA L. Rist (Dry Dock) building on ! 0 r about Feb. 11 Ray James, west of town, will leave Jan. 1 'for Omaha to be employed in a bomber plant. His wife and children will remain here for .the present. Patricia, daughter of Mr. and [Mrs. John McEnroe, arrived this morning from Evanston, 111., where she is a student at North- fecslorn University. Mrs- Hanna Bruns, cook at the Grotti cafe, is spending this week lW Hh her step-daughter, Mrs. Horace Schenck, Crystal Lake. The cafe is across the street east from the Masonic Temple. ggt. fteeve Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Norton, left from an ebslern port of embarkation for overseas services five weeks ago, and has now written his par- cnls that he is in Germany. Mrs. H. H. Wilke arrived Tuesday from Boston to visit her parents, Mr. nnd Ms. W. A. Vigars till after Jan. 1. Her husband, civilian nhl.plain in a Boston camp, will come next week. Russell Medin, in crcumery employ at Klemme, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Mrs. Medin went to Forest City Monday morning to visit her sister Mrs. Earl Merritt a clay or two. ,' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, with the sons Jimmy and Bobby, went to Des Moines yesterday, and Mr. McMahon is attending the slate bar association's tax school while the rest of the family visits friends. Edna Peterson arrived kst week Wednesday from Owosso, Mich., for a month's vacation in Algonb with her sisters, Mrs. A. E. Clayton, Mrs. Wm. C. Dewel, and Ida Peterson. Miss Peterson is a hospital nurse. Mrs. D. D. Monlux, United Ser- Women's state president, Tuesday till Saturday Mrs. Maude Fish, Whitterrlore, hag asked that her Advance be sent to Balaton, Minn., till fur* the notice She spend part o t her winters with a sister there The W TS l w S,T eLBurt Sir's in yduth, and Mrs. Fish later, lived at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Woods are parents of a daughter, born Monday at the Kossuth hospital weight 8 pounds 7'/ 2 ounces, named Carol Ann. Mr. Woods is fire chief at the PW camp hero, and the family lives at 325 N Hall. Marshal and Mrs. A. R. M6ulds had as guest two weeks a former schoolmate of Mrs. Moulds, Loye u Sm . ltn > Denver, Colo., where she Wad been employed. Miss Smith left Monday night for Christmas at her home at Portland, Ore. Dr. F. Earl Burgess 'attended a conference on lay activities at Storm Lake Sunday, and Mrs Burgess and the son Roger spent the afternoon at Spencer, where they attended Christmas services at the Methodist church irt the evening. Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Hilnsley got here Wednesday from Prince Rupert Island, Canada, and will spend a 30-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Mbudie HUnsley Sergeant Hunsley will report for duty Jan. 15 and assignment to a different camp. Mrs. J. E. Moulds, mother of Marshal A. R., is looking forward to a visit from her brother Herbert L. Watts, Crcston. Mr. Watts and his wife have just celebrated their golden wadding, and this will be Mr. Watts' first trip to Algona. Marion, son of Dr. A. L. Rist, will arrive Monday from Spokane for Christmas. It is eight years since he was here before. His son : vice and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, district president, attended a mid-winter business meeting at the Hotel Fo--t Des Moine.s from last .week THE Kfc J TO A GOOD NIGHT'S) SLEEP JL Sweet dreams ahoatl wlion you turn the key in the door f your room—thanks to the deep, comfortable beds Unit luivc helped make this DCS Moines' most popular hotel. Ask to Sec Style No. 183 As Sketched Crisscross YOU ought to see how these ?i"? a . 1 . s sct around! Made ,ol ™\ {W ? Uzard in b ' ue - *»t a id red, as well as black patent, with a spft platform and Jong-wearing flexible Vinyl sole you'll W3nt ^ vera , palre • • • because they're non-ration- e « and only 2.69 Woodward^s Lawrence is in the navy at the Oreat Lakes training school and, nJf h »P ed . can. join the family party here for Christmas. W. A. SlouJenbug, who is about to leave his farm west of curt and with his wife retire to a remodeled home purchased at Swca City, has written to have an advertisement for dale of a tenant house on the farm 'killed,' tne house having been sold. Ruth Bruellman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bruellmfan, West Bcnd( started work Monday for the Kent motor company. She is a graduate of the Van Sandt business college, Omaha, and for 18 months she was employed at industrial chemical laboratories there. Mrs. Raymond Rippenirop and her new daughter Myrna Rae were dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Saturday and taken to their home in German township. Myrna Rae, born Nov. 30, has a brother, Roger Lee, and their grandfather is George Rippentrop. LeHoy McWhorler,who suffered a severe heart attack some weeks ago, and was hospitalized for a week, has been returned to his home, but his condition remains unchanged. Leonard Maasdlam is helping out at the McWhorter Handy grocery while Mr. Me- W'horler is sick. Mrs. Edward Ostrum got home Monday from Denver, where she spent ten days at a brother's. A family reunion was held, and Mrs. Ostrum's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leyva, with a 6-year son, came from Mexico City. The two sisters had not seen each other .before in seven years. Mr. Leyva is of Spanish descent. D. D. Monlux, Masonic Royal Arch Grand High Priest in Iowa and the Rev. p.nd Mrs. N. A. Price KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA went to Rockwell City last week Thursday for Roya] Arch degree work there, and Mr. Price gave on address. The Prices were located at Rockwell City for some years, and Mrs. Price visited old friends there: while the men were attending their meeting. Sgl. Daniel Blanchard, of Fort Lewis, Wash., who attended the funeral here of his mother, Mrs. Rose Blanchard, Saturday, left Tuesday night on return to camp. Other relatives who cnme for the services wore Mrs. Wm Btardcr and Mrs. Mabel Larson, South Sioux City; Clarence Blanchard, Declham; and Mrs. Vern Mangle, Livermore. Donald Mertz and his daughter Donna Dru, Lincoln, Neb., were Algona visitors Saturday. The Mertzcs plan to move here Jan. 1. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hertz, West Bend, nnd he will join his father at cattle-buying in West Bend terri- 1r.y, but will live here. Mrs. Mertz is the former Drusilla Conklin. There is another small daughter Di'jne. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton received so many congratulatory messages at the time of their recent golden wedding celebration that they can't answer all of them, and they have asked the Advance to explain that they are most grateful to eljch and every such friend and desire in this way to wish all of them an always Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Forrest Christensen, locker op- crLHor for three years at Wesley, began work at the Potter lockers i litre Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris! tensen had been living here a i month. They bought the former i Doctor Fraser house from Charles PAGE FIVE TllUItS., FRL, SAT., DEC'. 11-15-KJ VERA RALSTON ! Co-Hit RICHARD A RLE*, ALLAN LANE —in— i —in— "STORM OVER LISBON" | "SILVER CITY KID Serinlj "FLYING CADETS" SUN., MON., TIJES., WED., DEC. 17-18-fl».20 KOSILAM) RUSSELL Co Hit FRED MAC MURRAY i BENNY FIELD —in— "TAKE A LETTER . DARLING" . j n 111 -"MINSTREL MAN" Illlllllll Mr. Farmer You have done a good job of producing hogs but you can help yourpelf by helping us make them into meat. We Need Men to enable us to process your hogs and keep them moving to our fighting men and women. Your Help IS IMPORTANT TO THE WAR EFFORT I ''• We have a good job for you with Good pay—70c per hour to start, 74c per hour after thirty days. Pleasanff working conditions. Plant cafeteria Good bute service We will help you find a room As soon as jjour crops are in—• 1—See your| county agent for a farm release. 2—If 18 to '45,'get a Selective Service release. 3—Get a referral card from your local U. S. IJmpioyment office— Apply at the employment office of the RATH Packing Co. or see our repr< the U, . Waterloo, Iowa entative Saturday, December 16, at jKpiploynieut office, Algona Murr, owner. The family con-, sisls of four sons, two in sevice, two attending school, and a daughter. The Christensens spent the weekend at West Union, where they visited County Extension Director Wangsness and his wife. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Teeter, who farmed west of Algona, recently had a sale, and left last week Tuesday for a new home .at Portland, Ore. Mr. Teeter, in poor health, was unable to work longer on the farm, but hoped to find other work at Portland. Mrs. Teeter is the former Edna Nordstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom, W'ho moved to • Portland a few years lago. There were 13 Nordstrom children, and Mrs. Perry Lowman is now the only one left here, the others all employed in the west. ii Oak Envifces To Compare Our Posted ..Prices in AH Departments. - YOU-, &Z':. Ceiling . I Christmas Nuts, All Kinds Algona Butter , . . . . lb., 45c Sl'lllff.X lll.AC'K S, 2.1JJ. QsSSo. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 Matinee, 2 P. M. I'HIDAV, DEC. 15, S P. M. .Admission liy lioiul Piirclinsc Only KOSSUTJ1 CO. AAA WAR 1JOM) 1MJEMIKRK JMJ!. ALBERT J.OVELAM) DCS Moines Slalo Cliainnan <«ii(!s( Sponkcr On tlio Screen GEM; TIERM;Y EXTRA FANCY SIZED & WRAPPED JONATHAN SPITZENBERG Bright, Juicy Apples. Highly Colored. POUND CRISP SOL513 5, Bunsh 9c Porto Rican PER LB. . Yellow OWNS Found.. ..... FOR Eatmor GRAN- BERRIES SPANISH SALTED ffttf _, \ PEANUTS, Lb. .250 FUESH MOASTEU PEANUTS, Lb.. SOFT SIIJ3I,Ii A Jk . WALNUTS, Lb, 3S0 V^VWN^^^^^N^V»^^>^V^n^^^Wt Superb CATSUP U OUNCE BOTTLE.. BREADS MA BUOWK BREAD i!;; V, V. YELLOW A •* w Corn Meal, 5 Lbs. 2 10 MEATS -. m. resse BEEF ARM & SHOULDER ROAST, Lb. 24c SHORT CUT STEAKS, Lb. . . . - ..... 40c CA&S1NGS, ALL KINDS SIRLOIN STEAK, Lb ...... . ... .32c MINCEMEAT Pound .... ' BULK SAUERKRAUT 2 Ibs. ISc •S.MOKEU BLOATERS, Each 9c KMOKKDi. HERRING, 21-91. Pkg. lOc BOT.K POIIK SAUSAGE, Lb 33c KRAFT AMERICAN SPREAD, 2-lb. Loaf . .89c BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE Pound Pkg. w90 "STAR" LINK SAUSAGE ROUIM.OK CUBES Ench I'OJtK HEARTS Pounil I'OJITC LIVER round I'OKK Span round LIVER 1 I'ound ... TENDER-FLAVORSOME GRADE If A'f A GRADE "A" Shld. Chops j.ti. CltADE "A" Leg o 1 Lamb ril(Ai)E""'A" RIB CHOPS M LAMB STEW I.lj. ...,-•;,••,; Shld. Roast CJKADE" "£•'•"' Loin Chops {JUY THAT EXT11A BOX!) TODAY— ISSUED AT THE CALL T.HKATltE DAY QJl JVIGHT , DEC. 1(5 Glorious Enlertjjinmcnl! EVERYONE WHOEVER LOVEDADGG! WAFFLES &N&AI&I GEMS They All Taste Delicious When AIndc uilli ROBE-ROSS PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX 50 Inrffe rcstaiirnnt sire rakes with nice bruwit tops niul UK lit. Huffy centers cn« l»* inwue from every bat;. SYz-U). Bag -, ^9l M Q »*• PKG. 1'KG. PKG. lid Extra Fancy HEAD RICE PER FOUND.. Seaside LIMA BEANS 2S*..Z9c Fine Blend TAC-CUT COFFEE POUND JAR .. 30c .Whole Berry Council Oak COFFEE POUND BAG ... Post I Toast les | PLDUR M»M-M! Buckwheats Made with ROBB-ROSS BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR The fonder Ton are of buckwheat rnkes. the surer you ore of enjoy- in& calces made with tils super-grand mix. 3</i-LB. BAG C 31 Co-Hit Musical "DANCING IN MANHATTAN" Fun for the Family SUN., M0\.,'TUES., DEC. IT-IS-'J CAFE HKA'Sn . 4JCw ITALIAN SPAGHETTI, ^ Ljh Pkg. 150 AAw iX, Pkg. . . Z00 ZWIEBACK '. MASTER TOAST, 24-oz, Box. , SUNSHINE CLEANER For Woodwork and Walls, Qt. SUNSHINE FOAM For Upuolslery and Hug^«Q{ Campbell's Soups, all kinds ; THE MUSICAL LOVE STORY OF THE GIRL WHO INSPIRED AMERICA'S SONGS! with mONTV UIOOLLEV PICK JUDEKflVfcR

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