Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1943 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALCrONA, IOWA TUESDAY. MARCH 23 Lt. Ronald Elvidgc, Burt, Wins Pilot's Wings GRADUATED FROM AN ARMY FLIGHT SCHOOL ON GULF Burt, Mar. 22 — Lieut. Ronald M. Elvidge received his pilot's wings Saturday, March 20, being one of hundreds of aviation cadets to be graduated from ten advanced flying training schools of the A. A. F. Gulf Coast Training Center on that day. Forty-six statr-c, the District of Columbia, Mexico, Alaska, and the Canal Zone contributed members to this class, the largest ever turned out by the Gulf Coast Center. Lieutenant Elvidge, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. vidge here, and a graduate of the Burt high school, enlisted in the army in January, 1941. He was stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., for a time, then took officers' training at Fort Knox, Ky., where he was commissioned second lieutenant in January, 1942. Three days later, while at home Swea-Eagle Boy to Same Camp Where 'Dad' Served Swca-Eaglc Twps. Mar. 22— Pvt. Wallace C. Anderson was recently inducted into the army, and, repeating family histoiy, soon found himse'f at Fort Lewi:*, Wash., right where Ins, father, Carl E. Anderson, began training 25 years ago. forcfi instruction at Morningside college, Sioux City The course KATHERINE KRUSE OF TiTONKA WEDS 'DICK' MEINDERS Titonka, Mar. 22—Katharine, Two Entering the Army— Maurice, son of Supervisor- elect Myron Johnson, and Le Roy, son of Walter Peterson, have been accepted for army service j \^V/.i : >_£,%_ , *J LV WW \.- 11 J J. ill- v*ui4.i ov, | will continue five months prior I eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs to his appointment as an aviation ! VJnbort Kruse, and Richard, son j nf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meinders, I were married in a 5 p. m. candle- cadet. Mrs. Alvin Honken, and the latter's son were Buffalo Center visitors Saturday, and the Meyers caller on the Jerry Schoons family and the Harry Honkens. Mrs. Henry Wagner, 77, died Wednesday, and she was the mother of Mrs. Schoon. The funeral was held Sunday at Buffalo Center. Three Depart for Oregon— Mrs. Daylc Craven, daughter Patricia, and Lillie Tapper left Thursday from Blue Earth for Portland, Ore., where Mrs. Cra- tertained Mr. and Mrs. John Holtorf, Woden, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kleen, Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. John DeWall, St. James, Minn., and Pvt. Edw. DeWall last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harm Kettwick and her Herman went to Waterloo I son Saturday for the weekend Mrs. Ketlwick's daughter, With Ber- Other Swea-Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson Jr., Mrs. Richard Leland, all of Omaha, with the latter's small daughter, came Friday for a stay till Sunday. The Petersons came here to see Walter's brother Le Roy, leaving for army duty, and Leland to visit her parents, El- 2 nd w i u * eave this week Tues-1 Mr and Mrs H Schuler. day. Both are graduates of the The Northw est Kossuth 4-H Swea City high school. Le Roy b club met Saturday with has for some years made his home with his uncle, David Anderson. Five to State Tourney— Lowell Larson, Edward Anderson, and John Baldus, of the Swea City basketball team. Russell Gibson at Sam Gibson's. James Kenny has returned to his home at Milo, after six weeks at his sister Mrs. J. E. Harner's. The Wilbur Clears have moved to Swea City. Mr. Clear was a farm hand for Jos. Pres*on, but on furlough, Ronald was married companied Supt. and Mrs. A. H. no . w works at the Mortenscn feed to Marilda, daughter of Druggist and Mrs. F. L. Pratt here. Then, : after a time, he transferred to the air corps and was sent to Kelly ' Field, Tex., where he was commissioned first lieutenant. He also was at other times stationed at Tulsa, Okla., and Randolph Field, Tex., respectively, and completed training at Foster Field, Tex. Ronald will now receive still further instruction before being sent for combat duty. Lieutenant and Mrs. Elvidge have a son only a few weeks old. To Return to Coast State— Last week the Will Kregers, who moved here from Gresham, Ore., sold the two houses they bought here after arrival, and will return to Oregon within a few days. The old Bleich house, in which they had been living,, was sold to W. R. Carney, who also bought their household goods, etc. John De Wald bought the former Verne Owen house. Schular and Vernon Patterson to Des Moines Friday, returning Sunday. All attended the state basketball tournament. Takes College Air Course— mill. Floyd Gable helped with farm chores last week at his uncle Roland Gable's, East Chain, Minn. Roland was sick. Eighteen officers and teachers Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson I of the Lutheran Sunday school have received word that their son Robert W. has began army air met at Arthur E. Anderson's last week Tuesday evening. Lockwood Sisler-in-Law Dies— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood attended the funeral of a sister- in-law of Mr. Lockwood, Mrs. Charles E. Lockwood, at Humboldt last week Monday. She was the mother of Earl Lockwood, manager of the former Rapp hardware here. Earl is now in the army air corps, and he came up from Waco, Tex., to attend her funeral. Farm Bureau Will Meet— The Burt township Farm Bureau is to have a meeting at L. N. Dittmer's this week Tuesday evening, and W. B. Officer, superintendent of the Burt schools, Mrs. E. E. Hanna, Lone Rock, A. J. Brown, county agent, Alma Schultz, H. D. A., Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, and L. H. Schenck are to appear on the program. Corporal Visits His Parents— Cjl. Dale Kennedy, of Midland, Tex., and his wife, of Mason City, spent Thursday here with Dale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Corporal Kennedy arrived at Mason City on a 10-day furlough early Thursday morning. He and his wife planned to spend another day this week. or two here early Red Cross Benefit Success— A large audience attended a Red Cross benefit concert presented by the school musical organizations in the school gymnasium last week Tuesday evening. What was considered a fine program was given, and some .<?30 was taken in for the Red Cross. Returns From California— Mrs. Donald Hammerstrom got home last week Monday from Oceanside, Calif., where she had gone a month or so before to visit her husband, who is in the marines and was at Camp Pcndle- ton, but was being transferred to some other point. Home From Texas Visii— Mrs. F. L. Pratt got home last week Monday evening from Victoria, Tex., whore she had spent two months with her son-in-law and daughter. Lieut, and Mrs. Ronald Elvidge. DOROTHY DEVICK, LU VERNE TEACHER, BRIDE • ELECT Lu Verne, Mar. 22 — Dorothy Devick, 3-4 grade teacher in the local school, was honor guest at a miscellaneous shower at the community hall Thursday evening. There were 50 women in attendance, and hostesses were Mesdames Harold Sorensen, Lloyd Larson, Ted Johnson, Laverne Jeffers, D. Broadie, Robert Phillips, Harry Lichty, Geo. Detmering, ,Elmer Kubly, John Voss Jr., Ray Stone, George Wolf, and Mrs. Harold Phillips, also Dorothy Swanson. A program was given: Solos, When I Am 17 and There'll Never Be Another You, were given by Marilyn O'Connell, Humboldt, who was accompanied by Mrs. Jos. Thome. Mrs. Steve Baker gave humorous readings, and there was a mock wedding. After the opening of gifts, there were contests, and then a tray lunch was served. Miss Devick, whose home is at Gilman, will become the bride of Myron McGrew, also of Gilman, and the wedding will take place in the spring. Church Birthday Party— An all-church birthday party for the Evangelical women was held at Hulda Fritzemeier's last Wednesday, with a large attendance, and a program in keeping with St. Patrick's day was given. Thelma Swanson and Ruth Wegener played a flute duet, accompanied at the piano by Alice Mae Merkle; Florence Hof sang; and Mrs. Fred Merkle gave a humorous reading. For lunch the women were seated at tables rep- resenting the four seasons. Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. Lewis Merkle had charge of a social hour and Miss Hof and Mrs. Roy Frank, assisted by Mesdames William and Edw. Marty served the lunch. light service iH ven has J oined her husband, em- "' Reformed church in the , presence of a large group of rela- j tives. Preceding the ceremony Lor- i rainc and Velma Harms sang I Love You Truly. As Mrs. Ben U. Meyer played Lohengrin's wedding march, the pastor, the Rev. Frank Snuttjor. followed by the bridegroom -"H hi- best man, the latter the bridegroom's brother Alvin, marched to the altar, where they Awaited the bride and her attotT-lnnt.. the latter the bride's sister Wilhelmine. Arnold Krusn. cousin of the bride, carrier 1 the rings on a white satin pillow, and was followed by the flower girl, Erlene there, and was to find employment, besides visiting her brother, Pvt. Johann Tapper, stationed at Camp White. Soldier Here on Furlough— Pvt. Edw. DeWall was visiting his sisters, Mrs. Minert Smidt and Mrs. Anko Smidt, also his brother O. J., last week. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. John DeWall, St. James, Minn., also spent the week here. Private DeWall _ is stationed in North Carolina. Two to Basket Tourney— Merle Korte and Dayle Bruns left Thursday by bus from Al- loweu oy inn .nowpr gin, aripne gona for Des Moines to attend Mayland. oousrn of the bride. The | the state basketball tournament flower girl wore a blue dress and j and visit Rnd R^efs at carried a basket of pink and Camp Dodge * white flowers. nice Spear, employed in a de- fenpf nlint there. Tfr -incl Mrs. Clifford Krantz ('•it-rtnined ' their bridge club Thured-y evening, and the high scores w'ero won by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. F"'-MtirT and" Mr. and Mrs. i Harold Gartner. 1 Ennn Dreesman, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sleper called on Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rippentrop Sr. Wednesday. Pvt. Donald Michaelson, Camp McCoy, Wis., arrived Friday for two days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns entertained three couples at 500 Friday evening. Mrs. John Groen, Rock Rapids, was a visitor at B. H. Meyer's Saturday. FENTON BUSINESS MEN CONDUCTING RED CROSS DRIVE A double ring ceremony was used, and following the ceremony Lorraine and Velma Harms sang Son for McColley Family— Mr. and Mrs. James McColley are parents of an 8-lb. son, Jer- •m A T-» it m' mi i T-, > . «. «-Lt: LmiciiLa UJ. ail ti-iu. auil, uci- Blest Be the Tie That Binds, after ome Darvirii born MondaVi March which, to the strains of Mendels- 15 Mr and Mrs McColley now sohns recessional, the bridal par- have two boys and two girlSi ty left the church. The bride wore a white satin Mrs. Guy Visits Husband— Mrs. Roy Guy got home last week Tuesday from ten days with her husband, who is working in a defense plant at Moline, 111. The Guys live on a farm north of Lu Verne, and the eldest son, Jack, is doing the farming. The three younger boys, all under school age, were with an aunt, Mrs. Lois Angus, Burt, while their mother was away. This was the first train ride, and as they sat munching apples and waiting for the train they were so thrilled they could hardly wait. The three girls were with their grandmother, Mrs. Emily Guy. Saunders Family on Coast— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Saunders, with the son Stuart, and Mrs. Saunders' mother, Mrs. Riddle, are now living at Hermosa, Calif., where Mrs. Saunders has employment at a Douglas aircraft factory and Mr. Saunders is working in shipyards. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith here, is employed with Northern Aircraft Co., and he was a recent guest at the Saunders home. Burt House is Sold — Mrs. Edelmrm has bought the house in which the Jerry Neelands are living. Other Hurt Mrs. George Manus returned early last week from Corwith, where she had boon with the children of her sister, Mrs. Philip Puffer, while the latter was at Iowa City with Mr. Puffer. Peggy Puffer, niece of Mrs. Manus, accompanied the latter here. The Methodist girls' mission study group met Saturday with Shirley Hansen. Marjone" Pannkuk was lesson leader. Jo Ann Chipman worship leader, Mary Lee Parsons in charge of games. Betty Bee Christensen, attending school at Minneapolis, came home Wednesday for two weeks weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen. Laurence Miller and John Wells, Ames students, spent a recent weekend, with the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling and Hen, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep FM! Ytars Younger, Full of Vim S^.oi?2S *T& U| 2;. worIH>u '/ ™M>OWB Jocllng on your Af0. Tuouaaads amazed at wimt * tittin popping up wttb 0«}ex vrtU*). Contains MoSil (onto often needed after 40—by bodies lacalnir ^JSif lm> J& awA ^' Vitamin Bi. A 73-V5SJ SsS2^9 ! $j? i aSS""r' ? ? ! Start fMttnf peppier and younger, tbu very* day For salt at all good drug atorea ev- ' Merwyn John visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John, at Elmore, last week Sunday. The Roy Morgans attended a family dinner at the home of Mrs. Morgan's sister, Mrs. Harley Watkins, Algona, Sunday. Frank Wernli, Hazen, N. D., spent two or three days last week at Albert Staehle's. His wife was a sister of Mrs. Staehle. The Sewing Circle met Thursday with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and celebrated the birthday of Mrs M. E. Polhemus. The Fidelis Sunday school class meets Wednesday at Mrs G J. F. Vogel's, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood assisting. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman and Jo Ann were dinner guests Friday evening at C. C. Smith's. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday with Mrs. Ben Bahling. The Busy Bee club met Friday at Mrs. Jake Smith's. Two Book Reviews Given— The Progressive club met last week Monday evening at Mrs. C. C. Cote's, with an attendance of 18 members. Ruth North reviewed the book, I've Come a Long Way, by Helen Kuo, Chinese girl. The club voted $5 to the Red Cross, and plans were laid for a bridge-500 party at the community hall. The hostess served a tray lunch. Tin Cans to Be Collected— Sometime soon a special day will be set by the Boy Scouts for the collection of tin cans, which will be stored at the lumberyard The cans must be washed clean have both ends cut out, and be flattened. Farmers are asked to leave their cans at the lumberyard. Plate Glass Blows In — The high wind of last week Tuesday night blew in the large plate glass window at the postof- fice. No other damage was reported. H. R. Larimer Patient — H. R. Larimer, who had a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, recently, is now recuperating at his home here. Other Lu Verne Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leederman, Long Beach, Calif., are here for extended visits with the latter's three sons and their families, Clarence Green, Lu Verne, and William and Edward, Algona. She TYPING PAPER Good Quality Sulphite Bond 500 Sheets 59c Packages not broken. ADVANCE Twin Has an Operation- floor-length wedding gown and v Shirley, daughter of Mr. and floor-length veil. Her attendant | Mrs. Peter Callies, had an appen- wpre a floor-length 'pink chiffon | dectomy at Algona Wednesday. She is one of a pair of twins B years old.. dress, and both carried bouquets of pink and white carnations. Ushers were Willie Kruse and Richard Gray. On leaving the church, all went to the bride's parental home, where a three-course dinner was served, with a three-tier wedding cake decorated in pink and white adorning the table. Cousins of the bride and bridegroom served the bridal party, immediate relatives, and 125 guests. One Kuest was the 83- year-old grandfather of the bridegroom, Arthur Riekens, of Belmond. The couple arc living on a farm north of town owned by the bridegroom's father. Mrs. Henry Wagner Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, will also visit her sister, Mrs. Grant Henderson. Mrs. Fred Will returned recently from a visit with relatives in Chicago. She also visited Mrs. Ferd Bunkofske, formerly of Lu Verne, now making her home with a son at Hammon, Ind. Mrs. H. E. Rogers is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jack La- Waene, Fort Dodge, this week. Helen Jean Mosher, of Cedar RapidSi lately came for a short visit at her home here. Walter Hefti attended a refrigerator-locker meeting at Des Moines Wednesday. • Other Titonkn News. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. DeWall en- Fenton, Mar. 22 — A monthly meeting of the Community club was held at the Legion rooms last week Monday evening, and 20 members attending discussed the Red Cross drive, another scrap drive, and trade extension. For the Red Cross drive the town was divided into 12 districts, with a solicitor, for each district, and solicitors named were Ray Priebe, A. H. Krause, H. W. Schulte, C. H. Theesfield, Fred Newel, Frank Behnke, Larry Alt, Alvin Zumach, Ray Tietz, Wilfred Stoeber, W. V. Yager, and Ray Kyhl. From where I sit . . , oe Marsh Sam Abernethy always said: "Curiosity may kill a cat - but I'm no cat." Which is Sam's way of saying that when he's curious about something he goes out and gets the facts. Seems our government feels the same way. After hearing rumors about our soldiers drinking too much-government people went after the facts. They got the evidence on what our boys drink ... and don't drink. The government found out our Army's the best behaved in history. Morc'n half of 'em drink beer—nothing stronger. And tho government found that selling 3.2 beer in Army camps is one reason why our Army is so. temperate. From where I sit, there isn't much cause to worry about our men in the Army. 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Tommy Dorsey Weds., Station WHO UNION MADE PLAIN END OR TIPPED U. &, W«r Sivlngc Stamps-any denomination—by redeeming B & W •Mponf for caah value (}it each}. Tr«v«ICMewithbrowntweed cover- tag. leather bound. Ampli pockets for email articlea. Light 21' long DtaMrmr*. Colonial Wflliamaburg pattern. New dusty coral shade with floral center. Complete for 4 or B. •with any furnishing plan. Two roomy compartments for magazines, etc. Humidor-Pip. R.clc. Finished to Walnut. Cedar lined, with special moiatener. Accommodates sir pipes. THESE DEALERS SELL RALEIGHS PLAIN AND TIPPED Algona Hotel K. D. James Stella Hungerford Edwin Johnson Floyd Pierce Barker Drug Store Alex Dermand W. A. Barry Robinuult Cafe B. A. Galbraith J. F. Bieser G. B. Cook G. A. Witkopf R. L. Itobinault Fairgrounds Vnna M, Shipley E. C. Witkopf Coffee Shop Ewald Voigt Lusby & Giossi Paul Hudson, Dinette Cafe Start today! Buy the pack with the coupon on the back! Doctor Mueller is local chairman. Three to Locker Conference- Mr, and Mrs. George Jorgenson nd Lucille Weisbrod went 'to Des Moines last week' Tuesday, returning Wednesday, and attended an emergency conference of the Iowa State Locker association, the purpose of Which was to acquaint operators with regulations effective March 29 governing the slaughter and rationing of meat. Three hundred members of the association attended. School Board Reorganized— The school board held an organization meeting last week week Monday night and reelected Otto Borchardt president. Wilbert Holldorf, Dr. E. W. Ruske, and Harry Widdel are holdover directors, and Everett Dreyer was elected to fill a vacancy caused by expiration of the term of Elmer Weisbrod, who did not desire reelection. S. S. Class Has Meeting— The Methodist Homebuilders S. S. class had a regular -os er Wednesday night in th«. chu basement, and after business I entertainment was in (.),.,.„ the Rex .Wolfes and t | ! K £ ot Browns. Lunch was . OVVCVIK Messrs, and Mesdamcs K ov n -born, V. 'J. Tatum, Ix-st'r yw ° s ' brod, and O. H. Stoober CK ~ Other Fonton News. The Happy Birthday chili m , •Wednesday at Mrs. Dennis if dricksen's, and the program n n ™ mittee consisted of Mrs ' Lee and Mrs. Dale Long, jwas served by Mrs. Oscnr Cut son and Mrs. John Kcrbor Frm teen members attended' M- Henry Gowans will be hosl ( .«T' the April meeting. " OSUss ta Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod was host ess to the Hook & Needle rl,,k Wednesday. John Light and Mrs A. H. Meyers were club guests Mr. and Mrs. W. J. WrishL returned Friday from Des Moines after a Week there with thoir daughter Florence. r Oh, such lov*V SPRING DRESSES 5 95 Trim, slim novyi, fresh with crisp while and pink lingerie lace. Gay spring printi. They look dollars more! All sizet. You con afford BOTH! COATS an* SUITS U5 EACH Fine quality fabrics tailored to a "T". S u . perbly casual coals and tuils. Trim dretimaker suits, Soft Spring shades. Siiet for overyone. \ / /\ s\ XV t>\ XV m ARAB'S CHOICE? A poor but smart Arab once saved the life of a rich Mohammedan whose Caravan was lost in the desert. "In reward for my gratitude," said the Mohammedan, "you must accept half my goods. But in fairness to my dependents, please choose blindly without opening the camel's packs". So the modest Arab walked down the long line of camels pointing out the packs of his choice. "By the God of our Faith," cried the Mohammedan when the Arab finished. "You have truly chosen only my most costly stocks . . . worth well over five times the paltry half you left me.'How did you choose so well?" And the now rich Arab answered, "This you know better than I, oh Purveyor of Goods ... for success in such a situation select only the LARGEST and STRONGEST camels, for they are the ones which will surely carry the MOST and the FINEST merchandise to the best destinations". Comparable to the largest and strongest "camels" in retailing today are those stores which have proven their reliability by their reputation for fair dealing and fair prices on merchandise of dependable quality. And it is these stores that the home front is now relying on to give them the most for their dollar. We like to think that this is the big reason for the ever-increasing hundreds of customers in your S&L store these days. IT'S THRIFTY TO PAY ON LAY-AWAY! Select your entire Sprina and Eatter outfit en Lay-away now! Pay• little-by-little over many weeki. Your outfit I* "all paid for when you need it. No extra charg. far thi« itrvlce. \ A /V A /V /\ A /\ V V/ /\ A / A /V A /v A A A A A XV x> A A A /V A A /V A . A A A /V A , /V ..XV A A A ** /jr_7? For y° ur ««w '\*j SPRING BLOUSES 98 I I JL ^XX XX New, Pretty HATS by Sally Lynne 05 1 claulciin gleaming while or pretty paiteltl 32 la 40. 2 pc. S««rtuck«r BOBBY SUITS 95 Bright ai a May morning) Gay v ' llowtri! F«IH "** tkqwi In all <•-••>"• 3 They woih to » a i- Uyt N*ed n« Ironing! Blu», brown, gr«*a 91 r*d ttrlpM en *htt». For now

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