Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1945
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24, 1*48. , of Stomacl , Indigestion, , Heartburn, Belching, d » /«" <i"« est ! n 8 pamphlet at . 29-47 llrTw^PO ST II |>J»1»» "•• • ',. ... . . -: jtorage of All Kinds instance Hauling load insured against 1 damage of all kinds. ' -11 kinds of fi' Algona, la. BOYS 9 PALS! HANDSOME WOOL SPORT COATS 9 95 Luxurious, rich-looking her- I ringbones and colorful plaid patterns woven of premium quality, sturdy woolens. Full dtape, three button model. Sizes 8 to 18. I COOL SUMMER SLACKS Ideal summer fabrics — cool, comfortable and long-wearing. Patterns or splid colors to contrast smartly with your sport coat. Full cut, well tailored. O98 BOYS' POLO SHIRTS GATHERINGS AT FENTON HONOR STAFF SERGEANT Fenton, Apr. 23—Guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred Fussier at last week Monday evening dinner were the Marion Browns Arm™ rong A, Mrs ' M yrUe Boitnott, Mrs. Elmer Lee, .and her sons, Cylinder; Orron Brown, Marengo; and S.-S«t. Delberl Brown, from a hospital at Vancouver, Wash. a rouninn in lionor of bergeant Brown was recent- T\on Brown's, Arm- gUeSlS ' nclud « l: nnd her sister Mrs. Martin Han- tclman. Mrs. Walker is attending the California Beauty School jit Omaha, and Mrs. Hantelman is caring for the children. The daughter Barbara's fourth birthday was celebrated. B'aby's Birthday Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod lately entertained in honor of their daughter Kathleen's first birthday. Guests were the H J Hendricksons, Ringsted, the Melford Elberts, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Nurse Will Join Army— 1 Mary Jane Eigler, R. *T , is vis- Hint; at her home here this week. .1 Next week she will report to KOSSUTJI COUNTT ADVANCE, AJXJQNA, Lees. Cylinder, the Marvin! Moffits, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. «f- Rc ' asonor < , the Delberl Longs, of Ringsted, the Fred Fcsslcrs, Marvin Piercej his children, and Mrs, Myrtle Boitnotl. j Oilier Ffiiilon News. Carl Epley, nephew of Mrs. /alter Wegener, Mrs. Fred Frink, and Mrs. Bill Stigman, has boon visiting here. He has a medical discharge from the army, after 19 months overseas. From here he will leave to visit friends at Akron before returning to Oklahoma to visit his mothei*. The "500" card club met Last Methodist Circles Meet— Circle No; 1 of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday at Mrs. Clarence Underwood's, Mrs. Arthur Vuigl assisting, 11 members present, also two visitors, Mrs. John Jn- cobsen and Mrs. Harry Barkvo ... _ _ ' J J-J» ii.vi_. — .... .1.11, ' i *.. i ni, t i.\ji yyy^m_Ji, ATA* ( Mrs. Carl Kern led devotions, and < and Mrs. Paul Voight were low Mrs. Melvin Mansagcr gave a les-i Mr. Pettit also won travel.' son on Indians Are People Too. Circle 2 met the same day with Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, Mrs. E. J. Frank assisting, and Mrs. John week Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, and Hil- di-eth Peltit won high for men, Mrs. Win, Weiner for women. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schw.artz, with the daughter Bjetty Jean, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Schwartz at Rockwell City last Munch led devotoins. Mrs. Arloiweek Sunday, and at Fort Dodge Ranney and Mrs. Clayton Dits- 1 Betty Jean boarded a bus for re- worth were appointed to prepare , turn to Des Moines. a program 'booklet. A lesson on Indians Are People Too was given by Mrs. Don Wcisbrod. Red Cross sewing was handed out to members. Nine members' wcrV ' Emmetsburg, the Paul and Char- present, with Mrs. Roy Erhardt'" ~~ and Mrs. Howard Rabcy ns guests. May hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Widdel were the Fred Hutchinsons, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sweeney, lie Voipts, and Walter Widdel. Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames Richard Goetsch, P. Lyle Newel. United Service Women Meet— The United Service Women met last week Tuesday evening at the town hall. Election of officers took place, and a candlelight service for 15 new members was held. The new members include Mesdames N'jomi Thompson. F. F. Mueller. Fred Boyken, L. Mueller, Howard King, F. H. Eiglcr, C. J. Thompson, Mrs. Fred Thacker, Holland H. Jensen, Anna Osborn, Bob Goetsch, and George Goetsch were guests of Mesdames Jennie and Linus Jensen, of Ringsted, Thursday afternoon. SENECA SAILOR IS MARRIED TO INDIANA GIRL Seneca, Apr. 23—The marriage of Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mj-s. Charles Loring, Walkerton, Ind., to Wayne Wilberg, SAD 2-c, son pi Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Fenlon, took place at the Mill Creek Baptist church, La Porte, Ind., Sunday, April 15, at 3 p. m. The Rev. G. W. Bauerlein performed ceremony. The bride was attired in a _ .... . r ._._ street-length beige suit and wore dance was held for the graduates a corsage of pink sweetheart rps- i Monday evening at the Hanford es. She was attended by her sis-! hotel, ter-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Suit, who! /son Jimmle, and Mrs. John Munch, Fentpn, Attended recent graduation exercises at the First Christian church, Mason City, for 73 students pf the Hamilton school, and in the class were <wo Seneca jiigh school graduates, Marjorie Osbqrn, employed at the Iowa State bank, 'Algona, and Joyce McKean. employed by the water and light commission at Fairmont. Jessie M. Parkjer, state sup.erinr tendent, spoke op. What pf the Foundation? Diplomas and credentials were awarded by Ward R. Hamilton, ... , president of the school Fp'llow- double-ring ing the exercises a reception asd I tea was held at the church for ' graduates and families. A formal Wpre a rose street-length with brown accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The dress, | Two Have Appendectomies— Delbert Gitzenauer, who had an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital early last week, was brought home last week Monday. Mrs. Ronald Carey is recu^ perating from an appendectomy at Otto Wilberg's; where she was brought from the Kossuth hospital Wednesday. and bridegroom's attendant was Elmer Suit, brother-in-law of the bride. The bridegroom was in navy uniform. The mother of the bride wore a pastel pink-iflowered dress, her accessories were brown, and she wore '.>. shoulder corsage of white carnations. The mother of the bridegroom wore navy blue and a corsage of mixed flowers. During the ceremony Mrs. Elenore Gilemore sang I Love You Truly and Oh Promise Me.. Ernest Ness, Mill Creek, was usher. Following the ceremony a reception was .hold at the church. A decorated three-tiered wedding cake served as centrepiece on the bride's table. The bride is a graduate of the Mill Creek' high school, and for two years had been doing cleri-j Classens, and Howard Preston's. cal work at an Allis-Chalmers ( —— ...•...'.'..'.'!.':. . ..—.•. .. . . plant at La Porte. The bride- 1 Birthday is Celebrated— The Curtis Olesons, Mr. Mrs. Sam Olsen, and the Codys, and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson, Cylinder, spent last week Monday. evening at" Norman Thompson's and. helped . Norman observe a .birthday anniversary. Other Seneca News. The Kenneth Larsons,, Mallard, lately spent, from Friday- through Sunday at; Curtis Olsen's, Irvin groom is a graduate of the Sen-1 eca high school, and was a sopho-1 more at Luther college, Decorah, j before enlisting in the navy Oct. | 7, 1942. Since the completion of!' training Mar. 8, 1944, he has been ' stationed at the- Great Lakes na- WESLEY Mrs. George ICemper was hostess to her "5.00" club last week m a gunnery school. Rev. Mr. Gaard, Cylinder, I ' rh . e 'newlyweds are living at with Mrs. Wilbur Anders, of Hot! waufcegan, iU. Springs, and a son_ were_callelrs Senecans Business Graduates- . val training station us instructor! Tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Thursday at Ben Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen Saxton I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, a guest, won both high and travel. Mrs. Urban Neurofh was low. Pvt. Edward L. Johnson left Wednesday night for Kelly Field, Tex., following a furlough here with his mother Mrs. Helen John- entertained Sgt. Harold and the Gilbert Saxtons Thurs-! day evening at cards. i Hadley Bailey got. home last . . . , week Tuesday from Denver, Wattson, Maurice Wallace, Lyle Colo., where he visited his sister Newel, B. G. Berkland, also i Frances. i Olivia Mueller, Esther Geitxen-' auer, and Mrs. F. C. Preul. Beverly Schulte sang a solo. Birthday Club lo Ringsted— The Birthday club met at Mrs. ' - -- - The 4-H club met with Barrel Dreyer Wednesday night, eight members present, and A. R. Will-1 rett was leader. | Sjjt. Harold Saxton, of Huntar, Field, Ga., is spending a furlough ,„ , , no u - * ' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Wednesday, 18 members present,' p,..., o nv <nn also four visitors, Mrs. Delbert ™ ul baxlon ' Long, Mrs. Ralph Long, and Mrs. Ralph Sperry, Ringsted, and Mrs. Reber Tatmun, Cylinder. Election of officers took place; president, Mrs. Andrew Go wans; vice, Mrs. Ervin Soltaerg; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Juhl; treasurer, Mrs. Ola Norland; flower committee, Mrs. Alfred Muier and Mrs. Arno Juhl. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dale Long and Mrs. Andrew Gowans. Another Circle Meeting— Circle No. 5 of the Methodist W. S. C. S. met recently with Mrs. L. Gowans, Mrs. Ray Stoeber assisting, and devotions were led by the Lord's Prayer being used by Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. The third chapter pf Indians Are People Too was reviewed by Mrs. Fred Brown. There were 13 members • present, also two ;uests, Mrs. Cecil Bailey and Mrs. lussell Jensen. Beauty Student Visits Here— Mrs. Tillie Walker, Omaha, arrived last week Tuesday mprnnig lor ^ vacation with her children SMALL BOYS' SHIRTS ess* 69< The Sunday school teachers at Fairville met at the parsonage for a monthly session .Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson spent Wednesday afternoon at Dale Long's, Ringsted. Mrs. A. F. Rehder and her son Bert were at Emmetsburg Thurs- dav afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were business callers at Des Moines recently. HALL TO SPEAK. Editor W. Earl Hall, of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, will der liver the Morningside college 51st commencement address June 5. His subject will be "Our Tomoi;rows." One Day Only, Thursday, April 26 LAKOTA AT FIRST JIONOFA •VOUB SVOMV: MENS- "EASY- 99 MOCCASIN LOAFERS 5 Fine quality brown leather uppers with rich antique finish. Unlined for cool comfort. H(?w brpwn non-marking rubber soles y leather heels. Sizes 6 to 11^ WILSON Matinee 2 P. M. Evening 7 P. M. The special read show engagement— featuring Alexander i iKnox, .Charles Coburn, and Geraldine FiUg«r»W. >•.'>./ One of the Greatest Motion Pictures Ever Produced It is a slory wrapped in gorgeous technicolor of Wpod- row Wilson's struggle for the League »f Jtfalipn*. Though it runs about two and a half hours the picture is »p well paced that it seems no longer than the ordinary JiJfn.- "fhf musical background and the story are rich in warmth. Matinee, 76c and 39c Eyenihgi, $1.10 fnd 76c •YOUR filtffa .SIIALS! SIMULATED WATERSNAKE <*, PAGE THREE son and his sister Bcrnadino. Pyt. Clare McCall and his aunt Eva McCall were dinner guests last week Tuesday evening at the Charles Kraus home. Clare, who spent a two weeks furlough here with his aunt, left Saturday on return to Fort Missoula, Mont. The Catholic missionary .society met Wednesday, Mrs. Tom McManon and Mrs. Frank Bleich hostesses. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba and her daughter Shirley left Friday for Cottonwood, Minn., to visit the former's father, O. P. Melvold, who was 80 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison went to New Providence a week ago Saturday for over Sunday with relatives und to make the acquaintance of a new niece, daughter recently born to Mrs. Hutchison's brother Everett Lawler and his wife. Jackie Worsley, Ventura, was spending a few days last week here with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young, while his mother was at Minneapolis. Mrs. William Frantx, Menominee, Mich., daughter- Julia, and Mae Frantz, Milwaukee, lately spent a few days at Mrs. Frantz's brother J. T. Meurer's. Mrs. John McCall. Winnebago, Mnin., came Friday for a few days with her sister-in-law Kva McCall. The infant daughter recently bom to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hrubes has been name! Wilma Ruth. Mrs. Hrubes is the former Ruth Mary Bauer, and this is a first child. Mr. and Mrs. August Carman called on the son Edward at Mercy h.ospital, Mason City, Wednesday. Edward had a major operation,last week Monday. Feed HONEVMEAD ,H } tO HELP PUT FAIT AND LOW COST GAINS ON L/VRQE IfifSr' b HELP CUT FEEDING t lfAE AND COST OF ,, T ,.,.,. ,.:»'.!!; fiOfr PIGS and S.6WS . . .it's HONEYMEAd MEEL. ^.'li^'fe HdGS•'•.••; '' t . ... it's HONEYMEAD HYBRID S(J)>PLEMENT. ,fc,>*,jThey iuppl/ prdteins. minerals, vitamin sources and Dextrose jV/^'-j'pJ.qi,;'. sows_'and hog's need <o supplement corn and atlier ,\' VJv'i Sri*'"* • • - lor. a .properly bo/onccrf rat-Ian V-i J '- . '''''• t/JiV 1 K•***•*•*' • m%^. OVERWORKED EYES ' Ik*' NEED -ft HELP 5V-* w. nmunson OPTOmCTRIST ?Jext to North-Western Freight Depot on 109 Phone 257 t i V • I-' , s4i»i*-*A34>>/-• :S"j*,,

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