Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1944 · Page 4
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PAGE rOTTH KOSSUTH COUNT* ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Married Fifty Years Ella Ma« Smith Bride- Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Smith, Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter Ella Mae to Marine Sgt. Harlan R. Peters, son of Mr, and Mrs. Glen Peters, Belle Plaine, la., Saturday, Dec. 16, at 4 p. m. before a flower-banked, candle-lighted fireplace at the Smith home, the Rev. C. C. Richardson, Algona Presbyterian pastor, performing a double-ring ceremony in the presence of members of the families and friends. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. W; A. Beughly sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." Mrs. Fred Geigel played the traditional wedding march. The bride chose for her wedding a white street-length dress of sheer wool with black accessories, and carried a spray of white orchids and violets and a white prayer-book. The bridegroom wore the Marine dress uniform. Attending her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. Benny Leonard, Iowa City, who wore pastel yellow. Another sister, Arline Smith, bridesmaid, wore pastel blue. Both wore red-rose corsages. Attending the bridegroom were Nathan Shapiro, of Minneapolis, and Wallace McGreer, Algona. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Smith chose a salmon-colored silk dress with black accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue ensemble with black accessories. Corsages were cf gardenias. For a reception at the Smith home, the table was decorated with a two-tier wedding cake bearing bride and bridegroom in miniature, white chrysanthemums, and candles. The bride and bridegroom cut the cake in the traditional manner. Lunch was served by Mrs. Frances Grantham and Mrs. Clara Craft, Algona. : The couple left for a short wedding trip to Minneapolis, and for tavel Mrs. Peters chose a 3- piece black suit with black accessories. Sergeant Peters, who returned to the States three weeks ago, had for 26 months been in the second marine division in the South Pacific, where he participated in major engagements. He is now on leave, following which he will report at the Great Lakes naval station. The bride had been at home a short while, after leaving Stillwater, Okla., where she was dietitian at a state college. . Out-of-town guests at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peters and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bathke, Belle Plains; Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Johnson, Radcliffe son Richard; Mrs. Gayl Johnson Swea City. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McGrew, Mr. anc Mrs. Don Weise, son Wayne, Mrs Frances Grantham, and Mrs Clara Craft, all of Algona. Turner Golden Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. William Turnoi •will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Christmas day, and on the following day will hold open house, 2 to 5 p. m The only daughter, Mrs. Jessie Reid, will observe their. silver wedding anniversary December 24, but will have no celebration Agnes Bennet and William Turner, both of Boone, were married December 25, 1894, at the Presbyterian manse there. They established their first home on a farm near Boone, lived in that vicinity 18 years, then moved to a farm in Union township, this county, where they lived 18 years. F o u r t e en years ago they moved to Algona, and they now reside on So. Wooster St. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are parents of two children, Mrs. Reid here and Irvin Reid, Ames. Both expect to attend the open house Other relatives expected are Mrs. Turner's sisters, Mrs. E. F. Jones and Mrs. Alex McVicker, Boone, Mr. Turner's sister, Maggie Turner, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Ms. Allen Turner, also of Boone. These grandchildren will also be present: Beverly, Joe, and Dave Turner, Ames; Mrs. Betty Mitchell, Algona. A great-grand- sn, Tommy Mitchell, Algona, will also be present. Mrs. Turner was born at Akron, Ohio, and Mr. Turner was born <it Mongona, Iowa, a mining village near Boone. German Twp. Girl Bride— Ruth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, German township, and Sgt. Herman R. Chandler, Kellerton, la., were married in a candlelight service at 8:30 p. m. December 6, in the Methodist church at Hartford, Conn., the Rev. Dr. Gary performing a single-ring ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. William Archer, Hartford. The bride was dressed in a brown suit with brown accessories and wore a topaz lavalliere which was worn by her mother .it her marriage. Her corsage was American beauty rosebuds. Mrs. Archer wore a pale aqua dress and a corsage of gardenias. The i.nen were in uniform. The bride, who was graduated from the Titonka high school in 1938, attended State Teachers college two years, then taught a year at Kelleton and another year at Panora, after which she went to Kansas City, where she was trained for civil aeronautics communications. She was sent to Scotts Bluff, Neb., as an aircraft communicator, later transferred to Grand Island, where she served till marriage. Sergeant Chandler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler, of Kellerton, and prior tp entering service he operated a s.Bf V-S<& t '-PHIS PICTURE PRESENTS Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, who on •*• Christmas day will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary and next Tuesday afternoon, 2 to 5 p. m., will hold open house. Further mention appears on the society page. farm implement store there. He s now stationed at Wright field, Dayton, Ohio, and the couple will live there. They plan a ;hort wedding trip to New York 3ily when it is convenient to go. The bride's father has for somu years been a member of the Bounty AAA committee. 83rd Birthday Remembered— Mrs. George Bell, formerly ' Cresco township, is spending the ! winter here with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Martin, and Saturday, on her-83rd birthday, her daugh-1 tor honored her with a surprise | party. Mrs. Bell had been a dinner guest at her grandson E. C. , Potter's, and when she returned ! was greeted by the guests who' ;ang "Happy Birthday." Lunch featured Christmas colors, and the home was also decorated in keeping with the season. The honorce received gifts, including a purse of money, and she also received 30 cards. " Guests were Mesdames W. H. Brandow, E. C. Potter, Ella Potter, Homer and Rufus Lindhorst, Arthur Collinson, Daisy Cook, John UlCers, William Runchey, Alice Clayton, and Rachel Brown, also Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. Whittemore Girl Bride— j Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gregory, Whittemore, announce the marriage of their daughter Virginia to Joel, son of Mrs. Catherine Miller, Lu Verne. i The event took place at Blue' Earth Saturday, Nov. 25, and the ceremony was performed at the '• Baptist parsonage there by the, Rev. David Morlensen, minister, ; The bride's dress was of Hluel crepe, with brown accessories, I and she wore a string of pearl;, t'ift of the bridegroom. Dorene Fraser, Algona, attended the bride. The bride was graduated from the local high school in 1043, and me bridegroom is a farmer near Luvernc. Photogirl FOR SALE—TEAM MATCHED roans 5 land 7 yrs. old, wt. 3200. Four-year-old red roan. — Ray Rippentrop, Titonka. 20pl4-15 T A VERLLE LONG, who is -•-' taking a two-year kindergarten-primary course at the State Teachers, takes after her dad, the photographer over the Council Oak. Anyway she's snapping pictures around the campus for the 1944 Old Gold college yearbook. She's a Pi Phi Omega and a member of the school's symph ony orchestra. LOST—FOUR KEYS IN BROWN leather case, reward.—Advance 9pl4 FOR SALE—MOLINE 2-16 plow. —Juke Meyer, Corwith, la. 8pl5 FOR SALE—CHESTER WHITE boars.—Mike Loss, Algona, la. 9pl5 Kids Party at Camp— A Christmas party will be given Saturday at 3 p. m. at the officers club rooms at the P. W. camp for children of officers and enlisted men, and mothers will also be invitees. Women <at the post have made stuffed animals, handmade toys, arid dressed dolls for the children. These and other gifts will be exchanged at a Christmas tree for 30 children. Santa Clans will appear, carols will be sung by the group, and games played, after which lunch will be served in the club rooms, which have been gaily decorated in Christmas greens. Party for Teachers— Katherine Van Ness entertained at a Christmas party Saturday, and guests were Margaret Kimberly, Phyllis Ballard, Glendora Burbank, Faith Schlensig, Lyla Olson, Mildred Bower, Evelyn Woodke, Lola Kowalke, Christine McCullough, Phyllis Eninger, teachers at the Bryant, and Mrs. Otto B. Laing, Antoinette Bonnstctter, and Mrs. Dorothy Pierce, substitute teacher. Bakery Employes Dine— Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rico, of the Algona Bakery, entertained <it dinner Tlesday night for their employes and the families. The event took place at the bakery, and Christmas decorations were used. There was an exchange of gifts, and Christmas carols were sung. Thirty-five guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Rice were presented with a table lamp. Party for Naomi Circle— An annual Christmas party of the Naomi Circle will be held at Mrs. G. C. Barton's Friday, with an exchange of gifts. Assistant hostesses will be Mesdames Emma Del-inert, Magaret Reid, Nellie Galbraith, Terry Wright, Allie Green, Sarah Douglas. Browns Will Entertain— County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown will entertain a group of young married people of the county Friday at 6:30 p. m. dinner. An attendance of between 30 and 40 is expected. THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF skirts and blouses at Woodwards. 10ul4 FOR SALE—TWO FRESH Short- j horn cows.—H. L. Brandow, Algona. 12315 CIRCULATION PARLOR OIL- herter.—See at Botsford Lumber Co. 9pl5 FOR SALE—2 Purebred Berkshire fall boars. — Wm. Frit/., Wesley. 10pl5 FOR SALE—9x16 brooder house. —Henry Engstrom, Burt, Iowa. Phone 9-93. llplS FOR SALE—PUREBRED Angus bulls, 12 to 18 mos. old.—Ervin Berber, Algona. 13pl5 WANTED—SECOND COOK, also one waitress, starting Jan. 1.— Algona Hotel. 15-16 FOR SALE- -KEROSENE AND coal tank heaters at Taylor Imp], Co. " Ilpi4-15 FOR SALE—'36 Teroplane coach. Cheap. — Call 4F3 or see Earl Zeiglcr, Algona. 12pl4-15 I FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO I land China boars. — John Bockcs, Lu Verne. 9plO-15 FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS, new blood lines.—P. M. Chris- Icnson, Lone Rock. 9u8tf INCOME TAX REPORTS com nleted.—See Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona. 9pl5-17 FOR. SALE—A NICE SADDLE horse, fj miles northeast of Al gona. Alfred Jergenson. 12pl WANTS THE ADVANCE FILLS ORDERS for any kind of rubber stamp. gtf LOST—BROWN LEATHER key ring case. Notify Advance. __ Cul4 P.B. DUROC BOARS FOR SALE —1 mile west, Va south of Seneca—Otto Wilberg, Fenton. 14 (2)7tf FOR SALE—1250 WATT Delco light plant, and 32 volt motors. —M. J. Meinzer, Burt, la. 12pl4-15 JOB PRINTING — DON'T BE do not fit your business. Let us print forms suited to your needs. —Advance Pub. Co. FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, phone 2F24. 7pl5 FOR SALE—2 HOLSfElN cows and 2 Holstein heifers, just fresh.—Teiman & Sorii Fenton, la. 16pl5 WANTED—BY JANUARY 1, used Hampshire tooar. — Write Geo. E. Broesder, Algona, la., R. R. 2. g!5 FOR SALE—THREE PURE- bred Black Angus bulls; also buck sheep.—Dave Weber, Lone Rock. . 13pl4-15 FOR SALE—1929 MODEL A Ford coupe, 5 good tires.—E. C. Behnkendorf, 3 miles east, one south Bancroft. ' 10pl5 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Berk! shire boars. Eligible for registration. — John Bormarin, Bode, la., phone 2602. 14pl5 PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, 6 miles south and one mile east of Britt. 15u5tf FOR SALE—225 ACRES NEAR Irvington, improved, priced to sell.—Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Building, Algona. 15pl5 FOR SALE—MpNARCH Malleable range, ivory and pearl porcelain. Good condition.— Robert Harrison, Rodman. 12ul5 RAWLEIGH ROUTE available at once. Good opportunity.— Write at once.—Rawleiflh'si'Dept. IAL, 10-105, Freeport, Ili FOR SALE—STOCK. TANKS, I hog feeders, wagon boxes, and! gears.—Harry Keith, Implements, I 1 mi. N. Algona. 15pl4-15 THURSDAY, FOR SALE — CHOICE HERE- ford boars, eligible to be registered. 1% miles north of Fenton on Highway 44.— Everett Mueller. . 15pl4-15 MECHANICS AS WELL AS IN- experiericed men wanted. Steady emphyment, good wages. —Inquire at office, Kent Motor Co. 1/uotf TEN CENTS EACH will be paid by the 1 Advance for the first 12 copies of-the December issue of the Country Gentleman brought to the Advance office. g!2 WANTED: HATCHING EGGS. Can use limited number of additional flock for hatching eggs. Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spencer, Iowa, phone 1000. 17ul4rlff FOR SALE—A GOOD REG. Farmall tractor and cultivator; John Deere 14-in., 2-bottom plow. —Harold Angus, Vz mi. W.,-% mi. N. of Burt, la.-vPhone 3-92, Burt. . 25pl5 WILL THE OWNER WHO PUT a package into the wrong car Thursday morning in Algona please identify at the Upper Des p Moines office and pay for advertising. 28pl5 SHOE SKATES FOR SALE, size •9. — Roger Didriksen, phone 73-W, 10gl5 FARM OWNERS—YOU can sell your farm NOW at a good price. List your farm with the undersigned as I have over 150 farm buyers on my list.—Paul M. Seeley, Hutchison Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 30pl5-17 OPPORTUNITY! FOOD CHAIN seeks managers for stores in northern Iowa towns. Men with or without experience capable of earning $50.00 a week or better, under 45 years of age, Advancement possibilities excellent. Men who want to be well paid for their ability will be interested in these openings. Write 400, care of Advance. 52ul5 FOR SALE — WAGON WITH wide tire wood wheels; John Deere spreader with slat apron; Peoria endgate seeder complete. —Paul F. Ludwig, Whittemore. 20pl5 VISIT US AT NEW LOCATION, formerly Ford Garage building, for Tractor Tire Chains, Air Compressor, Pump Jack with Electric Motor, Batteries, 16-in. Furnace Blower complete with Motor, Metal Poultry Nests, Lamp Heated Waterers; also a nice line of Heating Stoves, Monarch Ranges, Water Softeners, and Heaters. Good line'of Hardware and Implements, parts, and some Allot- ed Machinery that has not been spoken for. J. E. Ukena Hardware and Implements. 15-16 WANTED — Employment in a good home Dec. 23 to Dec. 31. Room and board incl. Ref. Writd Box 400, Algona. 18pl4-15 ! FOR -,'SALE—1929 MODEL A Fordy jgopd rubber; 1945 license paid; 4.'-stecl wagon wheels; 10- it. ; McDeering disc. — Albin Schneider, 2 mi. S. Bancroft. ';':•„.:'-• 24pl5 WEiWJJSH TO THANK the rela- tiyesi'i-ihnd friends for their kindness and flowers during the illness ' : gjid death of our beloved wifd*^n'd^iTiother. — Mr. Conrad Lenz.'a'fffF.children. 2!)pl5 WE WISH TO THANK RELA- tives and friends fr.their kindness at the death of our brother and uncle. The relatives of R. C. Lenz. 24pl5 WANTED BY FEB. 1, married man with farm experience. Feeding cattle and tractor work. No milking. Separate house with electricity.—Write or call M. T. McGuire, phone 2616 Bode. 27ul5lf PUPPY WANTS HOME—A pup, homeless, probably "dumped" in Algona, is anxious to make somie small boy's Christmas a most happy one. This is definitely a "boy's dog" as far as description goes, for its ancestry is clbuaed in a confused sort of way. 'It has white feet with a white tip on its otherwise black tail, and there is some brown mixed with the black which the purp otherwise sports as its color. This is the kind of a dog that will waggle all over with ecstasy at a pat on the head. It is female, which may be bad or good, depending on how you look at it: It's for giveaway to the first caller—phone 61. SALE DATE Jan. 4—M. E. Burwash, Va mile north, 2 east of Fenton, closing out farm sale. FOR SALE—2 YOUNG FRESH cows.—R. L .Bernau, 1 mi. W. and P/i mi. S. Cresco church. 16pl5 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hereford bull, 3 years old. — Ben Hansen, Whitternore, Iowa. 12pl5-17 WANTED—TRACTOR ON RUB- ber. Two or three plow size. —Write L. B. Erdman, Wesley. 12pl5 FOR SALE—ELECTRIC RADIO set.—Nick Maharas, 1302 E. Linden street, Algona, la. CURRENT CHOICE Chrischilles' Exclusive ivilh us—Featured in Mademoiselle A striking pair with a spirited air . . , on the job from season to season! Swansdown uses broken chalk stripes.for a tall illusion . . creates the cardigan suit and matching topcoat for you in an all-wool fabric. Sizes 10 to 18. 7 ¥ WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or call at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf TRY OUR POWER tones for your 12 to 30 months lor Impl. Co 21, Say "Merry Chri.uJ With These A&p| Fine Holiday F 0o In Ihe shell—Fancy New Crop MIXED NUTS ... 2 - Extra,Large Budded (in-the-Shell) IViflll ENGLISH WALNUTS' t,"" 1 39< ™ lB!1 In the Shell—Extra Largt Polished FANCY PECANS.... J*- 97« Dromedary Strained CRANBERRY SAUCE CALIFORNIA DATES Pkg. Last Call for Jane Parker Deluxe ' FRUIT CAKES 5-lb. size 2.39 Jane Parker Holiday v COFFEE CAKE 22-oz. size 39* Sunnyfield Enriched Dependable FLOUR Roeding's California FANCY FIGS AbP Brand MINCEMEAT . A&P Brand FANCY PUMPKIN Fresh Colored (12 pts. lb ) CHEDDAR CHEESE Fresh From Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS lb.i doz. cin Mr. Farmer: Bring Us Your Egg*-We Pay Highest Pric« Texas Marsh Seedless Size 96 GRAPEFRUIT.. California Size 252 Seedless 10,,,,37c NAVEL ORANGES , 36c Washington Combination Fancy and Extra Fancv I DELICIOUS APPLES .. 2,,,,27c California Size 30 Fancy PASCAL CELERY S ,,,, k 20c Nebraska Red TRIUMPtt POTATOES ri. 42c , . . AND MANY OTHER HOLIDAY FANCY PRODUCE 12-oz. . can Paramount Salted Soda •CRACKERS',, ...... Luncheon Meat WILSON'S 'MOR' . . Sultana Brand SALAD DRESSING Ann Page Manzanilla Small STUFFED OLIVES . . •££ 30f Christmas Pack Smoking Tobacco KENTUCKY CLUB . . . £• 69« Yukon Club Sparkling AS'RTED BEVERAGES 4 1£.2H Plus Bottle Deposit Buy an Extra $100 War Bond During 6th War Loan A&P FOOD STORES 8 O'CUM COFFEE Mild and Mellow . 5« OWN (0 AND Off R Al t D t > AND PACIFIC Tf* COW" Bight io Limit Quantities Reserved. Still Plenty of Gifts at James il New shipments have arrived thu | week to enlarge our stock. You still have a choice. As one thought—a package of nut» f° r *l the whole family. Shop for the '| whole family at K. D. Jame

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