Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1945 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1945
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FAOE FOUR The Good Old Days No. 2 Being a series of old-time pictures showing scenes of Algona and this store, and used in connection with our present Diamond Jubilee year celebration. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Former A.H.S. Boy to Wed— Howard H. Engstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Engstrom, formerly near here, but now in north Kossuth, and Bettie L. Mock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mock, of Kansas City, will be married Saturday. The marrige will be solemnized at the Argentine Baptist church, Kansas City, Kans.. at 8 p. m.,by the Rev. T. P. Whit- lotch, using the double ring ceremony. Church decorations will be gladioli, ferns, and palms, and the lighting will be from candelabras. The processional from Lohengrin, and Mendelssohn's recess- of Mr and mer has been transferred 1 "as' a flight instructor. Eighth Birthday Observed— Adris Jane Reid' daughter of Mr. and Mrs) R. L. Reid, was 8 years old Wednesday, and in •honor of the occasion entertain-' ' ed 14 of her friends at a birthday party. Guests were Janet Lou Galbraith, Allen James Reid, Tommy Potter, Audrey Bonnie Inge- Sloter, Mary Herbst, ' Laing, navy rain, fngveil home in Place by a cap o f orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible and white orchid bouquet, Emma Lou Thompson. New Orleans, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor; and wore a pale green sheer floor length gown, and carried pink roses. June Forsberg, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid, and her ADVANCE. WANTS SHIPPING TAGS AT THE floor, dress was aqua sheer length, and her flowers pink roses. I Following the wedding a din- J „„„ ner given by the bride's parents * UK was served at the George Wash- were' MANTED—Small frame bicycle. G. H. McMullen, Burt. 7p42 ington hotel. ! B° na - saddle, nearly $50. Ervin Gerber, Al- BOAf garage. FOR SALE— SPOTTED BROOD sows to farrow middle of September, Two miles northeast of Lone Rock. Roy Ennen 17p42 WOtltt) LIKE TO ride to Minneapolis Wednesday or Thursday. Rhone 919J 10u42 .TUESDAY, JUNE j !(| FOR RENT— Repair shop at West Bend. All equipped, have portopower and spray equip* , . ment. Also stock of pam. Avail- building materials at lowest i y Ju j y j p au i fhacker or —- ' - "" " J ' 7 W. McCullough, West Bend. 26p42 UUllUlilK incite* iaj*j «v —- -- —RED CEDAR SHINGLES and prices. Blue Earth Lumber Co., Blue Earth, Minn. 16u40-42 FOR SALE—New Idea No. 10 manure spreader less than one year old. Elmer Engelbarts, 4 miles south of Elmore. 20u42 KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLACE ..—biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE, tf 0 GOOD USED CARS 20 for sale at ceiling prices or less, -ith or without tradein. We ay top cash prices for used cars rucks and pickups. See us to uy, sell or trade. W. E. Ley, ,akota, la. u42-43 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—<Jowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf WANT ADS BRING BUYER and seller together; 4000 copies of your ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE. tf FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf BARGAIN—$100 FOR $75. Must Ilp42' be purchased by July 5. At WANT TO Robert Black, Algona. opi 11 Phone! 10p41-42 1 from the Algona high' school in! 11940, and worked in the A & P 1 store here till he entered ser- j vice. Mrs. Forsberg is a grad-1 WANTED—Married man to work uate of a New Orleans high! , school. The newly weds will' make their home at Melbourne, i Fla., where he has recently been transferred. on iarm. Elmer Engelbarts, Elmore, Minn. Ilu42 This photograph shows the CHKISCHILLES STOKE in its present locution about the year 1908, which was just eight years after the Boston block was completed, and Grandfather (,'hrischilles moved from the present Coast-to-Coast location to his new oneT You will rccogiii/e the steel ceiling and the sky-light which, besides the balcony in the rear, arc about the only things that haven't been changed. >ote that there are no cash carriers and the stairway to the balcony runs along the east wall instead of the west as it is at present. Note large stock piled up on shelving —old-fashioned fixtures for showing handkerchiefs •-- big holts of piece-goods along floor on left. In light of present rationing of piece goods the stock in 1!)08 would make a 1!)45 dressmaker's mouth fairly "water". Even' 12 years ago, however, the general appearance of Till; CMHISCHILLES STOKE was spic and span _things look in good order and customers are numerous. Through an error the wrong photo was used in our last week's advertisement; this week the correct picture is shown above. The series Avill continue for many weeks. Follow them in the Advance each week, and get acquainted with the history of your town and county. CARS FOR SALE AT CEILING PRICES 1941 Ford 4-door sedan, with heater and radio $1169.00 Plus Slate Sales Tax and License. 1940 Chevrolet Town sedan, heater $993.50 Plus State Sales Tax and License. 1936 Chevrolet Town sedan, heater $455.00 Plus Slate Sales Tax and License, 1936 Chevrolet Town sedan __ $455.00 Plus State Sales Tax and License. 1935 Dodge 2-door sedan $440.00 Plus State Sales Tax and License. Hoenk Motor Service WEST OF COURTHOUSE H. L. HOENK Phone 391 ALGONA Wanted-Clean Cotton Rags-Advance Miss Mock ional will be played by Mrs. Shirley Hageman, and other music will be Always, Through the Years, and O Promise Me, sung by Mrs. Pearl Fry. , Bridemaids will be Mary Armstrong, Vera LaRose, and Imogene Gardner, whose floor length gowns will be. in shades of pastel blue, green and pink, and each will wear a halo of flowers. J. W. Cook, friend of the bridegroom, will be his attendant. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear a wedding gown of white satin made with sweetheart neckline, long sleeves, and a full train. Her fingertip veil will be held in place by a white satin crown set with seed pearls. Flowers will be a colonial bouquet of stcffanotis. Following the ceremony a reception will be given by the bride's parents at their home to 300 guests. Miss Mock is a Kansas City high school graduate, has attended Ottawa university, and was employed by Central Radio schools till she resigned in June to be married. Mr. Engstrom, pilot for Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc. is an Algona high school graduate of 1936, and has attended Minnesota university. The newlyweds will live at 4205 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City. Mo. | Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Engstrom, | Elmore, with their daughter Betty Jane, will attend the wedding. Pilol and Algona Girl Wed— Emma Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg, was married to Lt. Dwight Lighter Friday evening at 7 o'clock in a candle light service before a flower-banked altar at the Methodist church. The Rev. N. A. Price used the double ring service. Ruth Ann Clement played Lohengrin's wedding march, and Mrs. Vaughn Rising sang I Love You Truly and Because. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage. Attendants were Mrs Ralph Fish, Madison, Wis., and Lt. Kenneth Hansen, Hartley. The bride wore an aqua blue suit with white accessories, and had a corsage of pink roses. Mrs Fish wore a pink dress with white accessories, and her corsage was pink and white carnations. Mrs. Lighter was graduated by the Algona high school in 1942 and attended Iowa State college She is secretary of Beta Sigma Phi, international sorority. Al gona chapter, and is also treasurer of the Algona Methodis choir. Lieut. Lighter, graduate of the Bode high school, attendee A.I.B., Des Moines, where he was afiliated with the Phi Theta P fraternity. He has been overseas two years, 20 months of which were spent in a German prisoner of war camp. Home on 60-day furlough he will return to Miami for reassignment. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church for 100 guests. Rosalie Swanson was receptionist, and dining room hostesses were Audrey Slagle, Maxine Hood, Ruth and Valeria Butts, Jeanne Guderian, Mary Frances Carney, and Mrs. Howard Sarchet. Lunch was prepared by Mesdames Henry Johannsen. Esther Helberg, and Lloyd Muckey. Mrs. C. L Ingersoll had charge of flower arrangement, and usherettes were Louise Wadleigh and Rosalie Swanson. Lieut, and Mrs. Lighter are a the Okobojis, after which they will return to Algona to remain till August 1, when they will go to Miami. Virgil Forsberg Married— Lt. j.g. Virgil F. Forsberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forsberg here, and Glenn Ward, daughter Phillips Silver Wedding— •Mr. ' and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon and evening. The table was dec- prated with beautiful flowers, in the midst of which was a wedding cake decorated with silver candles. Assisting in the dining room were Mesdames E. A. Schemel, H. T. Barker, and Lloyd Robinson. In the evening Mesdames VI. G. Norton, Aritone Johnson, and John Bell were assistants. More than 100 friends called ;o extend congratulations, and 20 out of town guests also reg- stered. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips were married June 24, 1920, in the Christian church at Scranton. They have three sons. 1st Lt. William, Fort Benning, Ga., 1st Lt. John, recently returned from overseas, and Clark, high school ;tudent. Elnora Espe Honored— Rosella Voigt entertained at .he D. D. Monlux home Thursday night in honor of her sister, Elnora Espe, who will leave Saturday for Corpus Christie, Tex., ;o join her husband, Y2c Milton Espe, who is stationed there. ' Guests were Fidelia Skow, ladys ' Berg'stresser, Mary Ann VTergen, Stella Mae Breen, Ivy Scuffham, Eleanor Kollasch, Dorene Fraser, Mary Sands, Alma Junkermeier, Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter Evelyn, and "~rs. Laurence Hansen, the latter tfiree of Whittemore. Bunco was played, high being won by Mary Ann Mergen, and low by Dorene Fraser. Chair prize went to Elnora Espe. A two-course luncheon was served, and Mrs. Espe was presented a gift of money. Maxine Dailey a Bride— Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey, was married Friday at Riverside, Calif, to Lt. Joseph VanderHaegen, Oakland, Calif. Miss Dailey was graduated by the Algona high school in 1942, and for the last three years has had a civil service position with Douglas Aircraft, at Oakland, with the erry Command at Long Beach, following a years service overseas. He is a graduate of an Indiana high school, and before entering service attended Notre Dame university. Lt. and Mrs. VanderHaegen will make their home at Palm Springs. Calif., where the for- FOR SALE—Twelve purebred Hampshire brood sows. Due to farrow Sept. 16 Ubbc Meyer, 1 mi. W. and 5'/z north, Wesley 21p42 FOR SALE—Woven wire, 5 ft. high. See Newville at Defense Plant Corp 13u42 WHITE ONION SKIN thin pa-! per, cockle, finish, B'^xH/'just! received.—ADVANCE. j SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR OWNERS—We are dealers in Algona for Schick electric razor's and recalls. Huxtable Firestone store. 18u40« — Spotted China sow, Reward. David E. Lynch, Lone Rock. FOR SALE—Type M International baler on rubber with 4-cylinder motor. Good condition. Fox Brothers, Phone ' 2143, Wesley. 18p42 Jesse Huff, Luverne 10p42 .FOR SALE—2-16 Oliver Radex' plow, used one season, in perfect condition. Ed. Otis, Wesley. 15p41-42 WANTED—JOB on farm by a married man, references. Phone D. E. Moore ,2F121, Algona 15(3)42 NOTICE—I HAVE taken over . Ralph Hurlburt's feed mill, and am equipped to do any kind of grinding. Carl Wiener, Burt. Phone .173. p42-51 WANT TO BUY— Late model car in good condition. E. T. Hauptmann, Phone 59, Corwith 14u42 STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE— bring your own container. E. B. McCorkle, Phone21R2, Algona. I2p42 Gtt Hem* Comfort that Lull • Houictime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA CALL KOSSUTH ARTIFICIAL Breeders, phone 409, LoneRock for artificial insemination service. llp42-43 FOR SALE—Hampshire sows and fall gilts bred to farrow in September. C. C. Baas, West Bend. 15p42-43 WANTED TO RENT—Hayland for cash or bale on shares, Ralph Hurlburt, Phone 709, Lone Rock. 15p42 FOR SALE—Ten Hampshire sows, farrow first part of September. Bruno Bruns, Phone 8F 13, Bancroft. 15p41-42 WANT ADS are the biggest bargain in the world—4000 copies of your ad distributed for a few cents. ADVANCE* tf WANT TO CATCH ride to California, Long Beach or Los An- peles. Will help pay expeses. Call Mrs. Specht, 15 9u42 FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN- ishing. Hc-nvy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. HulBtf FOR SALE — Modern 8-room home, bedrooms and toilets on both floors, at 520 N. Jones St. $4250. Sec Joel M. Herbst. Real Estate and Insurance. 25u42 FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. phone 275, Alcona. 17ul8t.f WANTED—A Married man on farm. Good wages, electricty and customary furnishings. Must be good with machinery and tractor. G. A. Roland, Algona. 23(3)42 WANTED—Married hired man. House with lights and water, $150 per month. Can also use a and portable feed mills. Ralph Hurlburt, Phone 70D, Lone Rock. 28p42 HATCHERY FLOCKS WANTED —for 1946 season. Heavy breeds and White Leghors for Cross-breeding .Write or phone, Swea City Hatchery, Swea City, Iowa. Phone 35 25u42-45 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and quality also Shorthorn bulls, ready for service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to 8 mps. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studcr, Wesley, la. 29u20t: HAIL INSURANCE See L. S. Bohannon Over S. & L. Dept. .Store Wens' Sport SUITS New Shipment This Week Tailored Super DeLuxe Rich pastel shades of Tan Blue, gray and Brown. Sport Coats $15 " $19.50 Slacks $5.85 to $10 Smartest young men's apparel yet. VE WISH TO Express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends nd relatives for their express- ons O f sympathy during the ill- ess and death o our beloved usband and father. Mrs. Rita licke and children. 42 !ARD OF THANKS—We wish to thank our many friends and eighbors for the beautiful flow- rs and many kindnesses ex- ended to us during the illness nd death of our beloved wife nd mother. Rudolph Will and amily. 36p42 :ARD OF THANKS—We desire to extend our sincere appre- iation for the floral offerings nd all kindnesses extended to is in our recent bereavement, ^rs. Clyde Martin, son Billy; VIr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin; and VIr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin. 37p42 • It'l SLIP-RETARD! 1 Reduces the danger otjj Ing or injuries '* • It'sWATER.RESiSTfl Rain and water won't! nasty ''white" spots, • It's SELF-POL I SHIh No need to rub or j, gu This wax dries with nj ' lustre; • SAFE for USE] Wood, linoleum i composition floo The HUB Clothiers 'O THOSE WHO EXPRESSED their sympathy in so many j icautiful and practical ways dur- j ng our recent bereavement we xtend our heartfelt thanks. Levant Moore and brothers, Mr. nd Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Phelps, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps. . 38p42 Botsford Lumber Co, CARD OF THANKS—We wish to express our thanks and app-1 eciation to our friends and | eighbors for the beautiful floral j ribu'tes and many deeds of kind- ! ness showed us at the time of j he death of our son and brother. Vtr. and Mrs. Ben Hansen and I 'amily; Mr. and Mrs. 'Merlin | lansen; Cpl. and Mrs. Lawrence I Vigdal; S-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan. 58p42 Phone 250 j| m j YELLOW SECOND SF punched or plain, at ih VANCE. Cool Good Looking Straws] In a Variety of Weaves 2.00to6.00 Head this way for a cool headed summer! Step"? to our hat bar and pick yourself a snappy, twiW weight straw from our wide selection. Like a w«« brimi—lwe've got it. A narrow brim?—we've g»| that. A medium brim*—we've got that too. A"? weaves by the score! Just come in and have yf" pick. Clothiers LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS COMPANY

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