Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1942 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO COUNTY ADVANOB, AI/3ONA. IOWA Burt Youth in Government Employ Weds a Texas Girl JOHN SGHROEDER IS MARRIED AT HOUSTONMAR.20 YOUTH AT WHITTEMORE FINDS ARMY-NAVY HARD TO GET INTO Burt, Apr. 1—John Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, and Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner, of Houston, Tex., were married at 8 p. m. Friday, March 20, at the Grace Methodist church at Houston, the Rev. R. C. Goens officiating. The bride wore a white satin gown with fitted basque and train. Her illusion veil was held with a wreath of orange blossoms. Her sisters, Mary Aileen and Beth Anne, acted as bridesmaids. They wore pale blue net over taffeta. Robert Hill acted as best man. The bride graduated last June from the Rice Institute. The bridegroom is a graduate of Burt high school and Iowa State college. He is employed by the government in defense work at Houston. Whittemore, Apr. 1 — Albert (Babe) Potratz was at his sister, Mrs. Francis Schwendemann's, Fort Dodge, Friday and Saturday. He was accompanied by Ellsworth Heidenwith, who visited a naval recruiting station there to re-enlist. Ellsworth first enlisted in 1939, and was sent to the Great Lakes station. He has four times tried to enlist since in navy or army, but so far has not been accepted. Howard Chipman' lo Arm/— Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham, Bode, spent Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Graham's father, E. O. Chipman. Howard Chipman and a Miss Kerr, Mason City, visited Sunday at the Chipman home. The whole group and M. M. Chipman and daughter Joan were dinner guests at Mrs. Llilian Sheldon's. Howard leaves Mason City Tuesday to enter the army. Club Studies Stage Women— The Woman's club met Monday evennig. The program topic was Women of the Stage. A book study At 33 La Galliene was given by Mrs. Geo. Boettch- cr. Dinner Celebrates Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and daughter Roberta, Irvington, •were Sunday dinner guests at the C. S. Coffin home in honor of Mr. Coffin's birthday. Hardware Store Closed— The Rapp Hardware Co. closed up its business here has been moved .„ where the firm has another store. Family Dinner for Confirmant— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt had as Sunday dinner guests the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher, the Discher sons Norman and Paul, Teacher and Mrs. H. W. Behntfb, Teacher and Mrs. P. L. Jessen, son Ralph, the Archie Voights, the William Meyers, and the Geo. Meyers. The gathering honored the Voight son Raymond, who was confirmed that day. Eleven Children Confirmed— The Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor | of St. Paul's Lutheran church here, confirmed a class of 11 Sunday forenoon at the church: Eileen Gunderson, Marian arid Marie Heinrich, Donald Maahs, Eldon Maahs, Rodel Rusch, Marvin Schmeling, Eli Shealler, Raymond Voigt, Willis Wehrspan, Leona Wichtendahl, and Verona Zumach. Farewell for a Soldier— The academy alumni association gave a farewell party for Lieutenant William Higgins Mon day evening. He leaves this wee Wednesday for Fort Benning, Ga Other TVhittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs Algona, and ths daughter Helen visited relatives here Sunday The Frank Eiseles spent the day with Mr. Eisele's mother, Mrs Joseph Eisele. The Joseph Cul lens, Flanagan, 111., have been visiting Mr. Cullen's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. CAMPNEYS. OF UNION, HAVE GET-TOGETHER BANCROFT WOMAN GRANDMA TWICE IN LESS THAN A WEEK Bancroft, Apr. 1—Mrs. Anna Cayler has received announcements of .the arrival Of two granddaughters In California. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crumbley, Sacra- Union Twp., Mar. 31—Sunday mento, are parents of one, born guests at O. A. Campney's at a March 12, named Susan Jane. family pre-Easter dinner were Mrs. Crumbley is the former Ce- Mrs. Campney's sister, Mrs. Krn- villa Cayler, and this is her first est Froh, and her family, Have- child. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bon- lock; the Elmer Campneys, Em- nicker, San Diego, are parents of metsburg; the Walter Campneys, "" -"-" •—--'"—•- «" ' J Burt; Fay Lashbrook, Algona; Opal Sabin, Hobarton; and Mrs. Elnora Thompson, mother of Mrs. the other, born 'March 18, named Karen Sue, and Mrs. Bonnicker is the former Elsie Cayler. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnicker , have one' THIRTEEN ARE CONFIRMED AT LAKOTACHURCH Lakota, Mar. 31—A class of 13 young people were confirmed at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, and each was presented with a Bible, a gift from the church school for faithbul work in the class. The communicants were Wayne and Johnnie Heetland, Luane Baxter, Janette Anderson, Fanchon and Faustine Heetland, Betty Kienitz, Betty I Johnson, Wanda Heetland, Doris Asmusson, Bernadine Gerzema, Judith Schroeder, and Kay Mur- ball games, returning the same day. Goes to Arrmy Soon— Lawrence Bobo, of Minnesota, drove down Friday evening and Saturday took the Erman Hansons to his parental home for a week-end visit. Lawrence expects to leave for the army soon Mrs. Hanson is his sister. The Bobos once lived here, before that in Plum Creek township. ray. lias Lakotan's Mother Has Operation Mrs. Carl Gerzema's mother, Mrs. N. Frcricks, Buffalo Center, is at the hospital there, after and j major operation a week ago Sat- Daughter for ihe Hansens— A daughter was born last week- Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hanson. Ringstcd, at the £>r. B. K. Bahnson home. Other Hurt \CTTS. Mr and Mrs. Dell Kennedy and Mrs. Chris Jacobson nnr! ._, . daughter Lela. MasonCUy, w'S ' Sffi Wl y __ d ' nn ? r «"<*.*? ^ the w.iS^ ™ a serious Mrs. Gerzema spends as much time with her mother and with her father, who is now alone on the farm, as she spare from her home here. can Dinner Honors Confirmant— N. Frericks, father of Mrs. Gerzema, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerzema, parents of Carl Gerzema, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns, all of Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at the Carl Gerzema's honoring Bernadine Gerzema, one of the confirmation class. Campney, who had been a guest other child, Ruth Ann. here two weeks, but returned to Havelock with the Frohs. Telephone Meeting is Held— A telephone meeting for line Attends Ledyard Shower- Mrs. Paul Mulligan and her children spent the week-end at Ledyard with the former's par •* * i»w.ni^/*n/ins .tutt vilify .LUJ. j.nib i TUT .J VJf IT t- m^ No. 20 was held at Earl Taylor's ents > M £- and , M rs. Herbert Tren last week Tuesday evening, and a ^- M ,E S - Mulligan attended a H. A. Bates was reelected presi- shower Sunday for Agatha Tren dent, Mrs. William Dodds Jr. sec- **? 1! ? the Ledyard Sacred Hear Leo, Braiherd, Minn., daughter, Mrs. Mary Hess, Carroll, and the son Maurice were at his bedside last week, Birthday I* C«l«br«l«d— Mrs. J. H. Welp entertained Farm etm retary-treasurer, replacing Mrs. Earl Taylor, who resigned. Telephones rates have been raised, but will not affect line No. 20 patrons, for their dues were raised last year to help re-build the line. , Gathering at Cruikshatik'i p riday till Sunday with her sis- er, Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis church basement. Agatha wil become the bride of John Steinberg next week. Girl for Aelred Hauperii— Announcement has been received here of the arrival of a girl for the Mr. and Mrs. Aelred Hauperts, Elbow Lake, Minn., March 28. There are now four three daughters in the Forty Hours' Devotions- Forty Hours' devotions are being conducted at St. John's Cath- . . n- Benschoter were callers there O lic church from Tuesday morn- S Mrs. Neuman Now 91 — Mrs. James Brophy spent one Mason City Home Inspected — Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove to Buffalo Center Saturday and accompanied Mrs. Henry Patterson and daughter Sadye to Mason City, where they visited the E. R. Worleys and had an opportunity to see a new home the Wor- leys have built. r-^,,;i i, i u * • "•& *° Thursday evening. The Cruikshank before marriage. R ev . pr. Balgenorth, La Sallette priest from Milford, came to assist ay last week with "her^ mother, John* Bernhard Among Sick— John Bernhard has been seriously sick at his home. His son Small Boy's Appendix Out — Little Billie, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wallentine, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week, and Saturday morning had an operation for appendicitis. He is reported recovering. Mrs. Neuman, who celebrated icr 91st birthday anniversary. Mrs. Neuman, who also has a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, at Algona, is in good health. Easier Good Hope Services _ Services will be held as usual at 11:15 at the Good Hope church Easter morning. There was a meeting Monday evening, and meetings Wednesday and Friday evenings were also scheduled. eight little boys In honor of her son Donald's eighth birthday Sunday. The time was spent at games, and lunch was served. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford have moved to the Bernard -Brink house, a block west of St. John's church. The Quentin Jamesons have moved to Emmetsburg. The William Schneiders have moved to the Mrs. J. P. Mousel house. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Besch and Betty Stoffel, Algona, spent Sunday at the J. W. Schiltz home. > Sylvia Haupert, Fort Dodge, spent from Sunday to Tuesday at Mrs. Angeline Haupert's and with other local relatives. Walter Haupert, Mrs. Angeline Haupert, Wilma Augustine, and Lorraine Augustine, Algona, spent the week-end at Alton, and the Misses Augustine visited their uncle, Jos. Augustine, Remsen. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Willet, of Easton, Minn., were Friday visitors at the Frank Schemmel home. Mrs. Willet is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schemmel. . I Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carr and the son Donald spent the weekend at Cowrie, visiting Mrs. "air's sister, Mrs. Gus Johnson. The Robert Benzins, Joliet, HI., have been spending two weeks at Joseph Crowley's. Mrs. Benzin s the former Loretta Crowley. j Spring Meant Little Pi g8> Lambs, Baby Chicks, etc, Your best assurance that • \ i • i* Is to keep them warm and dry brooder House and uee If it en',, i k ' It do another year, If not, let s h7 ep ' '' one REPAIR NOW feEFORE THE SPRING F. S. NORTON & a PHONE 229 T. Kennedy home Mr and ' New Daily Paper Carrier — Roger Grabau is the new Register and Tribune carrier for Lar Frank Geigel, Algona, 'also spent mornm g to attend state basket' - ~ ' ~ - beSS ^ D3Vid R ° dli > Alvday'to spend faster" Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle went to 1?™' Big Group lo Tourney— Twenty high school boys, Coach Thomas Hanifan. Oline Larson, Alice Olson, Lavon Madden, June Skeels, and Audrey Hastings, teachers, Earl Ogren one of the school busses, went to DOS Moines Saturday I kota, and he began his duties Sunday. Roger takes the place of Bob Beemer, who is now a senior in high school Young Mother to Clinic— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter went to Rochester, Minn., Sun, day, and Mrs. Winter went at Wa- through the Mayo clinic. She has Thurs- not been well since the birth of al "'« «»"-" DCS Moinc, Sunday mornins lo * CX P eted home CONFIRMENTS IN LOTTS CREEK ARE HONOR GUESTS AT DINNERS morning at the Immanuel theran church. As the and class marched Lu- pastor into the e church they sang "Jesus, Shepherd of the Sheep." The class J he Lut h«an school during the services. Dean Meine the ,. class ar Meyer, gar eyer, Lorna Ruhnke Hose Mane Luedtke, Marie FauJ- stich, Lavonne Meyer, Velma Wetzel. Dploros Buss! and Gertrude Leinmger. Mr and Mrs. Frank Meine en- icrtained in honor of their son Deans confirmation, and n a- P'o Hill, the Roy Muellers Fenton, Mr and Mrs. Adam Lieb Algona Mr. and Mrs. J ohn Moine Whittnmorc, the Louis Hack- Earths, the Edwin Liebs, Frank Mr°' 3 W e RPV ' Ernst Ffene Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke entertained at supper in honor of their daughter Lorna, and guests e Al- with_ her t her little son Jimmie. New Baby is Christened— Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson had their baby baptized at the Methodist church Sunday morning and she was named Janice Loree. Vacationers Home Again'— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel came home last week from a vacation at Excelsior Springs, Ark. Other Lakota News. , . _ ^ ic ^ m ,, M? s - w - E - Gutknecht, assisted and the late Mr. Kressin They : by Emma Gutknecht, entertained also visited relatives and friends ; the " Presb yterian missionary so- at Clymann and Watertown Wis > Clety Thursday afternoon. Mrs. and were briefly at the homes of Jerry Heetland had charge of Mr and Mrs. William Kressin devoti °ns, Mrs. J. E. Smith gave and Mrs. Helena Kressin Ladv-1 a r" 18510 " lesson on the American smith w;,- „„ ,,_ ,' * I Indian, and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht read a letter from the Sheldon - Jackson missionary school at Sitka, Alaska. Thirty women were present. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote, , v--*<^,fc*iii»_\j. uy ITU a. /\1- bert Kressin, got home last week Tuesday evening from Lowell Wis where they had gone to attend the .funeral of Mrs. John bchultz, sister of Albert Kressin smith, Wis., on the way home. Californian Visits Here Leonard Pompe, Pasadena, Calif arrived last week Wednesday lor two weeks at his mnth T , -•• or Mrs. Martha Pompe's He is ' ° Tta ' and the Edwar d employed in an airplane factory. : ofMr.ancfM]" Lutheran Easte7se" rv i ccs _ j day evening. ^i!!!L^^n I'eTeld at I da S- °* % BE supper guests :. J. A. BargarFri- Mrs. Knoner is a 10 o'clock , Tnh p 1' , M ° rvin Hal ° and John Ruhnkes, Fenton, the vices on second Easter Monday morning Oliver i, and all of home. hntn! hU f , Luedtko ontertainocl in honor of his daughter Rose Mn- Drevers were afternoon visitors Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulst>v entertained at dinner for their daughter Marie, and guests were the Emil Bierstedts, the Herman Gades, Fenton, the Werner Gades, Whittemore, and Aumist Cade, West Bend. The igS Gades, Algona, were supper guests there. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer entertained for their daughter Lavonne, and guests were the William Eimers family and Selma Meyer. Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs Otto Ohm. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel entertained for her daughter Velma, and dinner guests were the Richard Po- tratzes, Whittemore, the Max Basts. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel and Esther Wetzel, Algona, the Ervin Wetzels, Lone- Rock, and the Reinie Wetzels. The Herbert Potratzes were evening callers Mr. and Mrs. William Buss entertained at dinner for their daughter Dolores, with Mr. and Mrs. Buss, daughter Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm, all of Algona, and Alice Buss. Attended Wisconsin Funeral- Mrs. Ed w . Kressin and her son EASTER IS ABOUT HEBE BUT IT'S NOT TOO LATE Easter is about here — nevertheless it is not too late to have your Dry Cleaning done. We have the only Synthetic Dry Cleaning sys- |tem in Kossuth county, which enables us to give you two-hour service if desired, thoroughly cleaned, odorless, and shrink-proof. Phone 267 ALGONA Launders Dry Cleaners Across Street East From Court Hoase. Mrs. Gisch Brought Home— Fern Gisch and her brother John drove to Rochester Saturday, and brought home their mother, who had been there a few weeks following an operation, and is now gaining rapidly. Other Union Mr. and Mrs. George Steil, with a small daughter, now occupy the Olaf Romstad home, and One glass is "more convincing than one thousand words. ' works for Brov u - pny. This column said a Mr. Huff Mr. Brophv would work for which was error. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey i spent the week-end at the daughter Mrs. Clifford Aalfs home at ! Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds ! or. were dinner guests at Flovd Gardner's Sunday. ' Always Union-maae BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE V \ W. ":^ ?8?< 1*^ ,«M *?> . >A^ «W> ' ^ «v K 1 ^ yfti m yor-'ij W* . 4 >.v±s?..? **3pg fef sfVr suits, coats, an,!, v,,'j es. Pastel white and black .4'J Platted "§.V, Just arrived Included in tfojj are dressy coaj^, slim lines. 1%^ box types in Bw"i sics, Fleeces, w Plaids, Cavalry ** and il e rr inc^ You'll want to«| yours tomorrow -.•'• 9 to 20, 38 toll ;•• 'ni, Coat H» ,tde a bij ;iculitr to In plaids, sport fL] Navy and Madeira, models. New skM&j new sleeves int^"2t ivo youthful stjlsi, "^ era to $22.50. ??" BUY ON THE LAY-AWAY Pit <$i _ ,i'-"^p Easter ill To Top Off YoiB^iil^ $1,95 TO SIT" G*** iYes, the pick of the Spring Beauties have arrived! Gay ... charming ... alluring) Delicately crafted in Holiy.l wood to bring all eyes to] your feet.. .to make you 1 Easter's smartest fashion' figure I $Qm 'is/M. ^p 1 %%*f Trim sailors, f nets, pill boxes cjjp^ bans. Attractiveliir^ x- med with veils, ifJS-Hj v and ribbon. •"** 4>a sizes. THESE PRICES ARE <fr ;i\<v**' kf --«*> Nationally , <.* -. Fresh and i For Easter ffifj Look your lovef one of these velous crepes. fresh and Exquisite perior prints i colors. Other distinct!" JS new styles— Holeproof Bafj slit Stockings Larger-i 1.00 1. Large types, leather ftoi**| perfectly spring tod everything our swart-8 Htment ®<ML

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