The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 3
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Here On Visit nf Pr Nordstrom and son of Portland, Ore., are here visit- ing her daughters, Mrs. Don Teeter and Mrs. Perry Lowman. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT' $ DOLLAR $ $ DAZE S AT JAMES DRUG It's "Dollar Daze" at James Drug! Come in and look over our $1.00 bargain table. Everything on it reduced to ONE DOLLAR during dollar days only . .. . $1 TABLE Wed At Whittemore compacts stationery crystalware candy dishes relish dishes goblets sherbets perfume bottles toilet sets James Drug 35 Years Serving Algona Irene Youngwirth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ¥oung- wirth, of Whittemore, and Richard Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas, of Livermore, are pictured above. The young couple was married Feb. 7, in a ceremony performed at St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore. They will live on a farm near St. Joe after returning from their honeymoon. (Photo by Brown's Studio). At Ames Meeting Four county delegates attended a state PMA meeting held at Ames, last Wednesday and Thursday. Attending from Kossuth were Frank Mulligan of Bancroft, Charles Plathe of Bode, F. F. Fett of LuVerne and Herman Studer, Wesley, a member of .the county committee. Elevator Meeting Elevator men from Kossuth county will be invited to a meeting sponsored by the county PMA committee, on Feb. 22, at 8 p. m., in the new V.F.W. hall here, Erwin Siems, county chairman said today. Corn storage problems will be the topic of discussion. Dollar Days at Koenig's IN APPRECIATION TO A GRAND COMMUNITY WHOSE PATRONAGE HAS MADE THE ALGONA KOENIGSTQRE A SUCCESS, WE WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS DURING, DOLLAR I DAYS, FEBRUARY 16, 17 AND ISY ONLY THE MANUFACTURERS THEMSELVES C A N MEET THESE PRICES-THEY'RE THAT LOW! $|00 THIS COUPON IS WORTH $1 IN MERCHANDISE SAMPLE ONLY 1 00 This Coupon entitles you to $1.00 worth of merchandise at KOENIG'S VARIETY STORE. Coupon good only until 30 days from date shown herein. KOENIG'S KOENIG'S VARIETY STORE ALGONA, IOWA $|00 IIIIIIIIIIIPIIIIIIIIIII lillfallll Very nice assortment LADIES' HANDBAGS In reds, brown, green, black and tan • . . a style for each individual % \ Clopay PAPER WINDOW SHADES 6 ft. x 36 in. size, without roll. Nice kitchen patterns in red or green check and floral designs. 10 for '1 Paper window shades, same at above but including roller 6 F SPECIAL OFFER- To each person buying $10 or more worth of merchandise (other than sale goods), we will give a $1.00 Gift Certificate good in trade any time after the sale—but not to be redeemable later than 30 days after certificate has been issued. Ladies GINGHAM APRONS Pre-shrunk and Vat-dyed. Many styles to choose from, your choice. ; 1 each Special for "sweet-tooth" shoppers CANDY BARS, Iflc SIZE Regular lOc candy bars—Hershey and many other popular brands. 12 for '1 SPECIAL LOT OILCLOTH Nice for wall and shelf covering or for table use. 6 yds. $1.00 12 yd. bolt $1.98 18 Year Olds Still Need To Register, Draft If you are between the ages of 18 and 26. the possibility of military service is not completely gone. Men between tnose ages are still required to register with the Selective Service system, and those who attain their 18th birthday are required to register with any point of registration in the county as listed below, the Kossuth county local board indicated Monday. Registration of those reaching their 18th birthday may be made at any of the following places: Tllonka — Wm. Boyken, Titonka Savings Bank. Swea Cily — W. E. Carlson, Swea City State Bank. Buffalo Cenier — C. C. Gersema, Farmers Trust & Savings. LuVerne — Jon A. Nelson, Farmers State Bank. Lone Rock — A. L. Cotton, Lone Rock Bank. Whiltemore—John Uhlenhake, Farmers State Bank. The Kossuth county selective service board consists of A. E. Kresensky, chairman, G. D. Stokes and A. L. Cotton. .At present there are 1857 registered in the county, with 326 available for service. Only seven wiere inducted under the 1948 d»aft act from Kossuth county, however, and no one has been called under the draft for almost ai entire year. Voluntary enlist- rr ents have taken care of recent mieds. Mrs. Kracht, 70, Rites In Fenton Seneca—Funeral services wore hold at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, last Thursday, Feb. 9, for Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht, 70, who passed away Monday of last week at St. Ann Hospital following a stroke. Rev. Friedrich conducted the services, and burial was at Hampton, la., where the family had formerly lived. Fined $40, Costs A fine of $40 and costs was assessed against Ralph Jahnkc, Elmore, Minn., by Mayor Eggers of Swea City, following a hearing there last Saturday. Wendell Si- fonson, conservation officer, charged the defendant with violating five game laws. Ass'n Committees, LuVerne, Named LuVerne—The February meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery Association was held Feb. 9 at the Community hall with Mcsdames Fred Baumgartner, and Arthur and Ralph Dimler as hostesses. .During the business meeting the president, Mrs. Elsie Stuessy, read appointments for the year: Cabinet, Mesdames Gottlieb Hanselman, Karl Schipull, Fred Hinz Jr; Henry Kubly, Emily Guy, Wilson Legler, and Edward Hof; lest we forget, ••" Mrs;' George Frantz; pianist, Mrs. Jennie Phillips; flower committee, Mesdames William Hoepner, Andrew Nielsen, and Henry Kubly. Hostess chairman, Mrs. C. O. McClellan. Sealed bids for caretaker of thfe local cemetery are to be received and can be sent to Mrs. Elsie Steussy or the secretary, Mrs. Arthur Dimler, at any time, soon. Patricia Hansen favored the group with a piano solo and also accompanied Meredith Engel and Njtncy Dimler,. ..who . sang* Mrgr F.f I. Chapman commented briefly,upon their "Christmas present" trip to Seattle, Wash. She especially mentioned the genuine friendliness of the 'people, also that the West experienced its coldest winter in 50 years. LuVerne Scouts Awarded Honors LuVerne—National Boy Seem? week was duly observed in Lu Verne the past week when 14 scouts, IV parents, Dr. John M. Skogmo, scoutmaster, Guy Giddings, and John Vos.s Jr., assistant scoutmasters, and Walter Engel, American Legion commander, enjoyed dinner at the Community hall, Monday evening, Feb. 5. Following the dinner a court of honor, with Commander Engel of the Legion presiding, presented Scout badges to the following'. Tenderfoot, Delinar Voss, Keith Voss, Dwight Voss, , John Tiss, Marlin Hefti, Larry Henderson, Larry Smith, Jerry Patterson and Donald Baker. Second class scout badges, Jerry Smith, Vernon Davidson, Junior Giddings, Russell Phillips, and Keith Kubly. A movie was shown at the Vern theater Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, sponsored by the local scouts. A good crov.'d was in at- terjdance. Proceeds realized are to be used in purchasing equipment. Dr. Skogmo, Guy Giddings. and John Voss Jr., assisted the scouts with the show. The scouts wish to extend thanks 'o Robert Thomas of the Vern theater, who donated use of the theater and equipment. KOENIG'S Wesley Wizards Have 17 Members Wesley — The Wesley Wiz- arfis 4-H girls met with Nancy Tjaden, Saturday, Feb. 4, with 15 present. A report of tin- nasket social was given. Kathirine Girrcs gave a talk and Nancy ijaden gave a demonstration on cleaning painted walls. Harriet Beenken had the picture study. Mrs. Ivan Johnson, the leader held a discussion on room color scheme. Nancy Tjaden was in charge of the recreation. Marva Nygaard was welcomed as a new member, making the enrollment 17 now. Union F.B. Meeting The Union Township Farm Bureau meeting will be held Thursday, Feb. 10, at a o'clock at the Good Hope church. Discussion will be on school re-organization. Son-in-law Dies H. W. Han£,.'n, t;i), IX-s Moines attorney, and a sun-in-law of, J. B. Johnston, died Saturday in Des Moines. Mr. Hanson's wife is the former Lurettu John.->l.on. She, with a daughter and three sons, sujvive. Rites were held today in Des Moines. Near The 50 Mark The Prairie Pals 4-H club met Feb. 9 at the Hanig Bros. homo. There were 36 present. Two new members joined the club, bringing total membership to 48, only 2 short of the club goal of 50. Donald Hanig led a discussion and Herman Studer, club leader, presided. Mrs. Hanig served lunch at the close of the meeting. $ Day Values from the Childrens Store 2nd Floor! Children's Dresses r ~ - all sizes— for $ days $l-$2-$3-$4 Girls Felt Hats $1.00 Knitted Head wear 50c phildren's Hankies 5for25c i Three-fourths Length Sox 19c 50% Wool Anklets 29c Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines-3 "Nowadays," says Hannah, "it's better to be well formed than well informed!" BYA.KRESENSKY $ DAYS Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Hannah informs us thai .being well formed is simply a matter of slipping into one of our thoughtfully and carefully designed dresses. ;EVERYTHINdrbWAftfo'R;WOMEN'ANDCHILDREN DAYS Corduroy Slacks Specially purchased for $ days—on Sale Thurs. morning. Year around favorite—sturdy slacks—size 12 to 18—Red, Green, Tan, Brown—one pair to customer. $ 3 .00 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i Bags -- Dickies A Balcony Red Leather shoulder bags—red, grey, navy Ian. Also dickeys in tailored Peter Pan—colors. Also ruffled collar and front- 50< Shuts -- Blouses Plaid shirts—gabardine shirts—Western shirt*. Also blouses—$ day special at— *1 .98 ••••••i Scarfs Large silk squares—also wool—a popular item at $ day price— $1.00 1 Sensational $ DAYS $ Dress Value! CAROL CRAIG PRINTS ... for Town and Travel

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