Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1944 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1944
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PAGE TWO _ •*-.. ? ... J ..>-.,>.^ KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. TOWA PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN, LAKOTA, HAVE A PARTY drcn of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christ. Doctor Pelz showed, colored picture slides he once 'took througn the States and Canada. Two women's teams were chosen for t dart ball. Paul and Max Nitz, j with Raymond Wilcox, near Ledyard, and Henry Lange, Lakota, were hosts. I Mcsdames Russell Winter and Lakota, Dec. 19—The Presby- i Two to F. B. Meeting— terian women held their annual j Christmas party at the church' last Thursday, some 60 women •attending, and the following pro- i gram was given, in charge of Mrs. C. C. Gerzema: Welcome, Mrs. Jerry Heetland; devotions, the Rev. E. H. Buschman; Silent Night, group; vocal duet, Mesdames George Heetland and Cliff Buckels: speaker on Gifts for a King, Mrs. John Engels, wife oi' the Congregational minister at Buffalo Center; pianologue Christmas Story, Bernadino Gerzema, Mrs. J. E. Ukena, accompanist; vocal solo, Geraldine Jansen. Mesdames Wade Ball and Henrietta Aaldreks poured tea and coffee at decorated table, and lunch was served. army. Kniiiing Class Has Meeting— The Knitting Class met with Mrs. Richard Zeilske last week Tuesday, 13 women attending. A pair of gloves and two shoulder- ettes were turned in. Mrs. Fred Schurtz will entertain January 9. Juniors Mosis to Seniors— The Junior high school pupils T _ - J. 11C U Llllll/1 lllgll 01.11UU1 uuklllo Jerry Heetland attended a coun- ent ertained the seniors and the tyjarm Bureau^ women s com-1 facully at „ Christmas party at " ~ " the town hall Friday evening. News From Doctor Williams- Guy Beemer talked by telephone with Dr. R. L. Williams at Palo Alto, Calif., Sunday morning, and the doctor reports ^oth himself and his wife, the former Vera Ogren, well. The doctor is having navy leave while 1 is ship is undergoing repairs. Later this month Doctor and Mrs. Williams will go to Seattle and remain there till his ship leaves. Bob Beemer is now on Peleliu, an island, occupied by the Americans some weeks ago. Dr. Williams, former practicing physician and surgeon here, is a medical officer in the navy. Essays Read Via Radio— In a contest sponsored by the Tubercular society, local freshmen and sophmores wrote essays, and three sophomores who won first place were taken to Mason City, where they read their essays over KGLO Friday afternoon. Jeanette Anderson's was on We the People Fight Tuberculosis; Bernadine Gerzema read •hers on The Christmas Seals' Part in the Fight Against Tuberculosis; and Phyllis Wirtjes read one on the Modern Sanitarium. The girls were accompanied by their English teacher, Vivian Strand. \ mittee meeting at the Burt hotel Friday, the county chairman. Mrs. Albert Johnson, in charge. After business meeting, Plum Creek and Burt townships entertained at a Christmas party, Mrs. Johnson pouring at the coffee table, and gifts were exchanged. Twenty persons attended. Church Christmas Programs— The Presbyterian Sunday school will give its Christmas program next Sunday evening. The Lutheran program will also be given Christmas eve. The Methodist prgram will be given this week Friday evening. A Methodist church Christmas party will be given at (he church this week Wednesday evening. Husband Out of Army— Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newel, of Fenton, came recently to visit the parents of Mrs. Newel, who was formerly Katharine Berschman. Mr. Newel recently received an honorable discharge from the Other Lnkotn News. Among Saturday Fairmont Vis- ANN HACKBARTH, ALOTTSCREEK GIRL, IS BRIDE Lotts Creek, Dec. 10—Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the Imman- tiel Lutheran church the Rev. A. F. Otto, pastor, performed a ceremony in which Ann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, became the bride of Raymond, onl y son of Mrs. Dora itors were Mr. and Mrs. John Laabs. Mr. Lusmann played the Cook, Henry Mitchell, Mrs. I. E. j pipe organ, Wortman, son Don, Mrs. Fred | The bride wore a gown of Schroeder, "Mrs. Francis Adams, I white satin with a sweetheart Mrs. J. A. Bargar, and Emma j neckline, long sleeves, and lace Thaves. j edged train. Lace insertions styl- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton ! ed the front and back of the . accompanied the Rev. and Mrs.! dress. Her fingertip veil was lace j N. F. Grote, Armstrong, to Buf- edged and fell from a tiara of I falo Center, Sunday, and all were flowers matching her shower I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs., bouquet, which was of pink rosesv Henry Patterson. ] and white pompoms. A single. Henry Claussen, of Goodrich,' stand of pearls was a gift of the Minn., spent last week visiting bridegoom. I relatives in this vicinity. He left Marian Hint?., former classmate | for home Sunday. of the bride, was maid of honor, j Mrs. L. Weinburger recently and wore white net over white returned from a visit of some satin with a white blusher veil weeks with her son and his fam- spectively pink and blue gowns with blusher veils to match. Miss Laabs carried a white carnation bouquet; Miss Radig, yellow carnations. The bridegroom was attended by Kenneth Hackterth, brother of the bride, and Norman Funk, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Herbert Hackbarth, 'brother of the bride, and Robert Fuersle- nau, cousin of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 90 guests. Table waitresses were Lucille Struecker, Caroline Hintz, Kathleen Rusch, Elaine Balmer, and. Lucille Hackbarth. I farm snle last week Thursday was and The new Mr& Laabs attended j the biggest sale ot the season the rural and parochial schools here.- Eyerything sold unusually here, later the Fenton high school, from which she was graduated last spring. Mr. Laabs also attended the rural and parochial schools here, but was graduated from the Lone Rock high school, since which he has been farming with his mother. *— Elmer Emory Sale is a Real Success Lu Verne, Dec. 19 — An Advance advertised Elmer Emory well, and- cattle and other livestock brought good prices. The Emorys plan to buy a trailer hotjse :i&nd spend some time at Des'-Moines before going on to Califonia, where they will spend the winter. Elmer Youngwirth has rented the farm. . * Californians Are Guests in Seneca Seneca, Dec. 12—Mr. and Mrs. Eilwyn Godden, Lompoc, Calif., their visitors last -U5.9-21.I °' - Janr>t wn <* m tj, c ' With Part Jay Godden's and v atives and ,,l d fri , .-, eca-Lonc Rook thcS They wont t () p or clay for tho v. brother Jornlas, ,, nd ,, Sunday for si. L, n , hc ? mor schoolmates ?" friends ot Mrs. G^ d ''"A turn.n K (, D C«]if 0 rnj a " ctl • J mNT.iNG LAHUE" (ntion and s..,, * the Advanco! ily at Waukegan, 111. Loren Sachs arrived from Camp Wolters, Tex., Friday for Christmas with relatives and friends. and flower coronet. Her flower bouquet was pink carnations. Wilma Laabs, sister of the bridegroom, and Laura Radig, cousin of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids, and they wore re- Lutheran Men Have Party— I The Lutheran Brotherhood had a Christmas party at the church last Thursday evening with ihe wives as guests. A program of Christmas carols, a short play, and two piano solos, one each by , Margaret and Eugene, both chil- H Algona Stores Will Be Open Evenings Before Xmas 'Til 9 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Dec. 20-21-22 Food Stores Friday Evening Only, Dec. 22 Saturday the Usual Hours, Dec. 23rd Christmas Day, Monday, Dec. 25th, Closed All Day "You will find your Shopping Needs in Algona" NUTS d CANDY Quality Meats Pork Liver Ib. Pork Brains Ib. Skinless Wiener$,!b.29c Smoked Polish Sausage Ib. 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The Keepsake Certificate of Registration and Guarantee.. .the name "Keepsake" in the ring.. .and the established price on the tag are protection against an unwise choice and are your assurance of quality and value. As Authorized Keepsake jewelers you may depend on this store as expert and trustworthy advisors in the selection of a diamond ring. See the new Keepsakes in a wide variety of prices. Pricet includ* 20% ftdtrgl lax GENUINE REGISTERED ling- 31 c 15c per can f* 8C Quail LOG CABIN CAMPBELL'S SYRUP CORN STARCH PORK & BEANS 25c ib. 6c 2 for 19c BOWL. CLEANER HEINZ CHILi SAUCE 29c ARGO GLOSS STARCH 6c APPLE JUICE Vx GALLON 39c HEINZ 14-OK. bottle DIAMOND RINGS Palmolive, reg., 3 for 19c Palmolive Bath 2 for 19c 65c Large Size Super Suds 19c Giant Sice Super Suds Bouquet Wash Comp ....... 15c Cashmere ., ... 3 for 25c Crystal White Laundry Sqap . , . , ...... 4 for We

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