Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1942 · Page 1
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BtSUTESS Modern Progressive, Economical TWO •^W-cbHSSSlS. COLLEGE Mankaio, Minn. Send for Free Catalog 40-40 —Buy Defense Bonds— SUMERS OLESALE gBBH^-**^ KoesuTM COUNTY ADVANCE, AIJGONA. IOWA . -.-... , ~ ^ ' ^^^^^^^^SSBBaSB"g>^««»MMq<piM»*^^i**iM>iM^^»»»Bi»MM<»>^^ Alyera Behnke, Whittemore. Bride of Lutheran Minister WFDJ5 PASTOR |Ken\Xeh aa v d oi^nH E F^ d rCUTflll lminU I ****<* «>«* % the betkeB, who with home folks here. TheAlyl Humphrey, Mrs. Qedrge Selms, IfLIIO I HOlUn Z^AiS*™*! 0 ^™*^™ ITNI UN I rlllllN visited until Monday, then left Klusses, Gait, and the Glen daughter Shirley, and Marian WEDS PASTOR OF A CHURCH AT WAVERLY Whittemore, June 17 — At St. Pauls Lutheran church Tuesday Alvera, daughter of Mr,, and Mrs R. A. Behnke, was married to the Rev. Harold H. Roschke, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rosch- UPON CLIP OUT TO PURCHASE ONE POUND Brown Sugar iVith Ucguln, Consumers Ration Stamp Only POUND ke, Washington, Mo. The Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor of St. Paul's, performed a double ring ceremony and a large number of relatives and friends of the couple attended. W. H. Behnke played nuptial music while the ushers, Herman Behnke, West Bend, brother of the bride, and Julius Baas Jr., Algona, cousin of the bride, seated guests. Teacher Behnke also played the processional, Marche Nuptiale, as the wedding party approached the altar. The bride was gowned in white Vel-ray organdy, princess style, with train, fingertip veil, and coronet of pearls. Her flowers were white roses and baby breath. Her father, R. A. Behnke, gave her in marriage. neapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hansen, Rosella Voigt, and Emma Beard, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Remhard Ostwald, here. Mr. and Mrs. George Behrens, daughter Mary Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klaassen, daughter Mary Joan, Pomeroy, the Alfred Bruhns, Depew, and the Alfred Meyers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Helen Besch, R. N., San Mateo, Calif., is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besch. She will leave panled here by the Berkes, who visited until Monday, then left i for Dawson, Minn., to visit R. O.'s father, O. S. Berke, Minot, N. D, Fifth Wedding Day Obwrted— | Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their fifth wedding anniversary, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. August Kersteen, Clin- V£ ~.« .•rfv.ti'v.j.*, wjiic Will IGi July 2 to return to her duties Mrs. H. E. Woodward lately motored to St. Charles, Mo., to bring home her daughter Marilyn, who had been attending Lindenwood college there. Elma Potratz, employed by the Tobm Packing Co., Fort Dodge, is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Po- with home folks here. The Alvl Klusses, Gait, and the Gle Klusses, Armstrong, were enter tained Sunday at the Fred Klus I* M*M«« FENTON LEGION AUXILIARY HAS NEW OFFICERS . _ i ana Mrs. August Kersteen, Cliti- Fenton. June 16—The Legion ton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Auxiliary met Friday at Mrs. Watson and Sandra Rae, West Maude Dean's, and in a business Bend; Ed Tietz and Ortwin, and meeting the annual election of Mr - and Mrs. John Gramenz and officers took place, with results Lorraine. Evening visitors were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and Gramenz. Presidena. Mrs. S. E. Straley; James, Whittemore, at the Ray, The Independe vice, Edith Wolfe; secretary- Tietz home. I Farm'Bureau had treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby; ' nic Friday ever tratz. ..^.uuuAx.1, iTiio. jj. v.. raueruy; chaplain, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod; Group Off for Illinois- historian, Mrs. John Kramer; ser- The Hugo Mittags, home. The Albert Mitchells and O. H Stoebers visited Sunday at Har Ian Gaard's, Sac City. The Der wood Kerns and Delmar Kern, o Algona, were dinner guests a Philip Weisbrod's. * Mr. and Mrs. August Kersteen Clinton, Minn., came Saturday evening for a visit with relatives icre and at Lu Verne. The Ker- steens are parents of Mrs. John '""•ramenz. The Independence township i 'Bureau had an annual pic- ...» Friday evening at Alfred Muir's. A covered dish luncheon CHILDREN AT IRVINGTONIN S, S, PROGRAM Irvigton, June 17—The follow- histonan, Mrs. John Kramer; ser- The Hugo Mittags, Trusdale, was served, and kittenball was geant-at-arms, Mrs. Henry Tie- came Saturday night and visited played. ma "- a * the Paul Nemitz home. Sun- .The Earl Theesfields, of Arm- .Flans were laid for an annual day morning the Mittags, small strong, visited Sunday evening at joint Legion-Auxiliary p i c n i c daughter Janet, Mrs. Edward Derwood Kern's. Enid Nel- bunday, July 19, at Emmetsburg. Mitchell, son Robert, and Mr. and son, Ringsted, was at John Ker- Dinner Honors 4 Y« nw • r ?i H> - F- Mitta g left for points ber's Friday and Saturday, /-i T ~ «-xear-oid— in Illinois to visit relatives. T)pn- The Henrv Gills, nrfnmnnnlprl ArIeM Miita8 -* " * * *««jr ciiiu. uai.uiua^'t , The Henry Gills, accompanied by Mrs. Gill's parents, Mr. and Jake Hafyn, Emmetsburg, arrage. , une —e ollow- Mrs. J. B. Waller, Decatur, 111., M n S Program was presented at j.l 1. .. . — H..UCJJ, It UC1I1K I11H •£ Colleen and Junior, Estherville; I orouier. Humphrey, Mrs. George Selms, daughter Shirley, and Marian Finnestad were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. The Marry ttaases visited in M , a i?. 0 !?u ^Y & ida ,. y a«ernoon with the W. J. Weisbrods v and the R. O. Berkes, the latter of Fort Worth, Tex.' Mrs. Nick ,Bruer returned to Minneapolis Saturday, after a visit here at the E. C. Weisbrod and H. E. Reimers homes. Salina HahtelhTan, teacher at Waterloo, came home Monday for She summer with her mother Mrs. Daniel Hantelman. \ ' Mrs. Enos Wrede, Sac City, and icr daughter Sandra visited from Sunday to Tuesday at the parental G. R. Krause's. V Mr. and Mrs. Rdbert Goetsch eturned Saturday evening from Spring Lake, Minn., where they ad been three Weeks. Hugo Denker, Lester, was an vernight guest of the Don Weis- rods Friday night. Leona Baago, of Mason City pent the weekend at the paren- al Hans Baago's. Beverly Odin speriT Saturday at the Lloyd Cornelius home. her n visitor" Where Martin Thursday Mr chock "'twcni check-up "^ivej a s °n, and Mrs n^ 3 ", All fct. Benedict, call H Gaife Joan rs,.' _ ' '* Mr-nd ndM !;V W i te ? relatives at Lk ^ ft last wock LlslT iore, ss — . Mrs. Morris Mary " *aiH friend s at TheAlbcr t at 0 liver COhlVENIENT ECONOMICAL Giant Size Blue Barrel Rakes 39c I -„ -— ~-w.iv,*, -iixniu-i xvubuuKt?, fat. Louis, and by Harold Behnke. Mrs. Roschke attended the Lutheran parochial school here and was later graduated from the local public high school with the class of 1935. For some years she ' , clerked at the Zumach market, i then attended the Concordia I Teachers college, River Forest, */ — •••*** j. «_jw,nii,, C 1 g II Lt umors; beatitudes, Howard Asa; Books of the Old Testament. Donna Chamberlain; Books of the New Testament, Lavon Sabin; Apostles' Creed, Shirley Hansen; The Ten Commandments, Vida Lindhorst. Many portions of scripture given from memory by members of ~»f i -«.««., *I*A. anu. j.Y.u.,5, jienry Tieman and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach and Larry Theesfield. . < Call on Hospital Paiienl— The Don Weisbrods and Mr and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod drove to Mason City Sunday to see Mrs. W - J - Weisbrod, patient at Park -.— —..« 1.^.1 u. ^i.jt fc J.ICL£ auu X5OD-| *** ***wiM?n in f all by, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Herbert Schlickelman fell Tiemnn and .TQ/.L- o^,j n«r_ j rononti,, :_ j.u_ i "-"^niicui ILII , M« there> and also to s with W. J. Weisbrod, Florence . . o, orence and Mr. and'Mrs. R. O. Berke, man e recently in the basement of her home and suffered a broken right mrs. j. .B. waller, Decatur, 111., M"g program was presented at Colleen and Junior, Estherville-1 -_""'_ sister of the bride, was maid of the , church last Sunday morning: Mr - and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bob-'/ Arm Broken in Fall— lonor, and wore a dress of yel- Song, Mighty Army of the • Lak-nfn- TWV- *•** n*— TT 1 AT™ IT—i— ± ,-, , ,. , ow organza. Her flowers were Young, choir; scripture reading yellow snapdragons and blue del- ar »d prayer, the Rev. Mr. English- hpimums. Ruth Vaudt, Rake, son S. Our Country's Flag- pledge vas bridesmaid, and her gown of allegiance; song, God's Love vas of pink organza, her flowers P«mary department; Children's being pmk snapdragons and blue da y sermonette, Helen Schulz- elphimums. song, Looking on the Bright Side' ine bridegroom was attended j choir. c? Th i s .: l ? roth ? r ,. A /,thur_RoschkeJ_ Twenty-Third Psalm, eight Other Fenton News. The Harry Klusses, Peoria, HI and Mrs Kluss's mother, Mrs' %%% ££&!:>. P^outh; 111, for a visit at the Fred Kluss home from here they will go to Gait for a visit. PINE FOODS jDICEl!) CARROTS II ' No. 2 Can 11 |CORN! Cr. Style |9f/ J GoIdjmNo. 2 Can 11/2CI (PEASlHoney Pod ini/ .! 1 No. 2 Can I£/2C| (PEACHES Halves n I No.2J/ 2 Can ZtCl [PLUMS Green Gage In 1 No. 2y, Can lU _^ i .^,^ iv _, il _ l ^i^utrgt;, J.V1H- waukee. and a Concordia Theo- i logical Seminary, • St. Louis is j now pastor of St. John's Lutherl an church, Waverly. The couple were to make a short wedding tour to Washington, Mo., then go to Waverly. Lieut. Lloyd Rolh a Ph. D Mrs. Sarah Roth received a letter recently from her son Lt Lloyd Roth, New York City, saying he had completed studies for a doctor of philosophy degree in r»n o.rvs i oiv-rr ni- *"i _ i i • . Consumers ! Coffee fo^SBc 1 Northern Finest Roll i TOWELS 9'/2c! Handf To Have Around * **wv>x^Oij Spark Lrg. |)A pk 8 . /3c — ^»-^^ ^k-",^r ^L4^ ^ <S SPECIAL! Swept Cream White CEjEAM STYLE CORN JNo. 2 ' Cans MEDIUM SIZE FANCY jPrunes 2 Kool-flid 4, 15cj QUAKER Whe^t Sparkies Ricp Sparkies YOUR 4 A HI CHOICE 1(|C Pkg. ra ENRICJHED *i ]0mar iFlour eree n chemistry at Columbia university, and had been ordered to active duty. He was assigned to the chemical war service in the same city. Lieut. Roth received a master of arts degree from the same university in 1940. He is a graduate of Presentation Academy here, and attended junior college at Emmetsburg two years, then entered the State university, where he received a bachelor of science degree in 1935. Mrs. Ferdinand Schultz Sick— Mr - an d Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Po- T™ Thursda y guests of . and Mrs. Ferdinand Schultz, Forest City. Mrs. Ferdinand bchultz, has not been well for ;wo months, and is confined to bed at present. Brothers Reiurn to Camps- Hugo Potratz left Sunday even- ng for Fort Bragg, N. C. after a 15-day furlough with his parents Albert Potratz ' His i * > who was her e on a • 1-day furlough, left for Camp 3owie, Tex., last Thursday even- Priests Attended Retreat— T h ? R?v. William Veit and Charles Kneip attended a pastors' retreat at Sioux City last week. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- wUh and Ralph Sebers called on &n Augusta . La vrenz, Algona, Sunday evening, and Doroth m £ J" il ?s c > -" lver forest, en irom memory by members of I ill. x or the last two years she i the primary department A duet nad taught in a parochial school I was presented, Bring Your Lov- atT Klinger. in g Gifts to Jesus, Edith Green- The Rev. Mr. Roschke, who at- field and Jean Lofing; offering tended Concordia college,_Mil- taken by Gerry Colwell; song,' America, congregation; benediction, Mr. English. Sheppmans Make Visits Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman recently drove to Alpha, Minn., where Mrs. Scheppman stopped to visit a sister, Mrs Glen Pigman, while Mr. Scheppman drove on to Jackson on a business mission. The Henry Scheppmans and the Lewis Scheppmans were recent visitors at Edwin Gade's, West Bend. Furloughed Soldier Here- Raymond Harr, of the army is now at home here to complete his interrupted 90-day furlough. After he had been here a few weeks he was notified to return to camp at Shreveport, La., but on arriving there he was told to come home again. Other Irrington News. The Missionary society will eet Friday, with Mrs. William Boldndge Sr. as leader. The afternoon will be spent studying the West Indies and the Philippines. Roll call will be answered with scripture references using the word favor. Bernadine Riley came home last Thursday, after a visit at George Valentine's, near Burt. POOL TICKET SALE. Up to Monday noon 161 season tickets had been sold at the ^™J, n A?°° 1 ' a " d , 14 .more had . . . , Fort Worth, Tex. They returned Dr. and Mrs. August Krause, of , . faunday night and were accom- rush is on for Gluelc's "Renfsehlerized" I Lone Rock Wlth , , Dorothy who had spent the weel> ., th ^e parental Heiden- withs, remained at the Lavrenz home where she lives while clerking at the Cummings store TM W r, Hugo Faulstiches, the N° ahA Reisners, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. George Behrens, daughter Helen, the Frank K aassens ' 'r. e y, Emehe Siems, and Mr. and . , an r. Mrs. Lawrence Gade called on d ! nner guests at Her' 491b The Jim Ackarmans, Ventura were Saturday evening visitors »'«v,, and Mrs ' Glen urt and the Clarence Endersons, all °| Armstrong, also visited here Mrs. Melvin Hawks, her children Mrs. W. F. Schrader and her • S dren spent Sunday with the Charles Hawks family at Spirit , SINCE STARTED BREWING THEIR SEER UNDER ULTRA- teET KAYS, ll/£ WORN OUT nvo Sp/eors AND ARM /« q;, rarfense: ?'. Down ey, came baturday for a visit at E. M. Jen- * ^ ndrew Thomsons drove to Des Momes last week Tuesday taking down the daughter Verda HT' - who has em Ployment there Marjone Pettit, of Des Moines spent the weekend, here if his gift is from Steele's you can be sure he will like it Y , parental George Pettit's. e ac Johnsons, Rolfe, Mrs. Dora Laabs . ys Seegebarth went to D, M with , , . aas Lone Rock, Mrs. Ida Mitche, Mta- C C U P 0 N 't«S Clip out to Purclmse one "• P»und Bar BLUE| BARREL SOAP Groccr Older Shop knd Save | The Wholesale Way | Consumers Wholesale Grocery Company 1 = iif*fr ovEis K ° AST ' ib - 27c ****- —-———•—- ^ bttr OVEN BOAST, Ib. 27c OO-* POT ROAST, Ib CfiC MEATY SHOBT BIBS, Ib. . 15c PBIME BOLLED BIBS, Ib. . . 29c VEAL ROAST, Ib. _ VEAL STEAK, Ib. VEAL LIVER, Ib. 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They are the kind he prefers, because they are wrinkle-proof and de-finitely masculine. Only $1.00. *,a£ THER SUGGESTIONS Key Chains ^^ Buffer Hose Hickok Belts Tie Backs Handkerchiefs Lounging Robe, Suspenders Strife % Wrappdd in Special Gift Boxes STEELE'S SELLYOUR AP TO U.S.-RIGHT NOW Your country needs it...and it may avert gas rationing «• hMed not on a thorUge of ga»oline. but on a «cd J WVP tire* for powiblc future war use. If « nOU S h . ! ^ J rubber i« provided by this drive, nation-wide raW""* ..f of gasoline may be avoided. »ttic. of American homi* «l " »Sr for yoi When you bong your .crop rubber to your 8WJJ Oil Dealer, or t<? any other •ervice Jtation, the « bMr ^ I be weighed and you'll get your money at that **»••£ | oil cotn&tny will receive one penny pto&t- Vmsto Sun VSQ, STANDARD SERVICE

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