Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1944 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO ELPS SERVE ARMY DRINKS TO SOLDIERS S>t. Benedict Boy is Busy Man at Front in, Italy. KOSSUTH COUNTY. ADVANCE, ALGONA, LIGHTNING HITS HIGH HOME, IS PHONE AND WALLPAPER Frank Erickson, a St. Benedict youth, is a member of a Fifth Army group in Italy which serves 20,000 drinks a cluy to soldiers, with nobody from the W. C. T. U. qr an anti-saloon league around to object, though even if there were they would approve, and Highly, for the drinks are plain AJvatiT—not a drop of booze in dight. Like threshers or other harvest (Jiangs, soldiers have to have drinks (water) often, and it takes s|o much water that the army has io assign groups to get the water, tree it of possible contamination, imd serve it at their own "bar." Ivherever that may be. Their ''saloon" has to be open 24 hours daily. They are always located near a spring or creek if they can find one, but presumably they soinetinus have to dispense hauled drinks. Water is Purified. When the group finds a supply, no matter whether muddy or contaminated, they draw up the water through a mobile chlorinator and sifter or filter into a canvas tank holding 3000 gallons. Then trucks take the water in 5- gullon cans to the fighting or other soldiers wherever they may be. The water also gets what the "water tenders" call "Ph" tests. Frank has written home that the boys don't know what that Al 7Tiay mean to a chemist, but they don't care as long as it makes the water safe for their "customers." Frank's sister Mrs. Perry Torine has a clipping from a Minnesota daily paper givin;/ the i'oix- £-.o:ng information anil namir.;, one of the water groups, including Frank. Mother, Sisters, Brothers. Frank has three other sisters: Mrs. John S'hay and Mrs. Ben Brink, Bancroft, and Mrs. Ray Olson, Mason City. Eugene and Fred Erickson, St. Benedict, also Floyd Erickson, Algona, are Frank's brothers, and Frank and Fred are twins. All are children i of the late Herman Erickson and i of his wife, Mrs. Carrie Erickson,: the latter now a patient and ser- ; iously sick at the Kossuth lio.s- ; pital. \ Frank's address, in case any of i his friends desire further in for-! rnation concerning his brand of: booxo, which is very scarce at i Jowa state liquor stores, is care' the New York postmaster and ! can be secured from members of i liis family. I ! Union Two.. Aug. 9—During ! the recent electricui storm lii'ht- • ning struck the Richard Leigh | house, shattering hoards on the j outside of the house, entering the wall where the phone was connected. It followed the phone I wires, burning out the telephone and some of the wall paper f\\r- rounding it. Threshing was resumed Monday following the heavy rain. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin. of Gr.mada, spent Sunday at Walter Heerclt's. Pvl. Howard Sarchel is expected home on furlough next week to visit his wife and parents, the Roy Sarchels. Mr. and Mrs. Win. T.jaden and Kenneth Sarchel spent Sunday at Humholdt. John Leininger is visiting at Rudolph Will's. * SERVES AS ARMY MECHANIC FOR GREAT BOMBERS Amarillo, Tex., Army Air Field, Aug. 5—Sgt. David P. Weisbrod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Weisbrod, Algona, la., has completed studies as an aviation mechanic at this army air forces technical training school. Graduation from this technical school fits the young man for airplane maintenance, and he will be sent to an air base where he will assist in keeping America's fl'yi.ig fortresses in the air for Allied victory. In addition to completion of tho schedule of academic and practical studies as an aviation | F. Render FENTON, FAMILY MEETING HOSTS Fenton, Aim. 9—A family gathering was held Sundav evening at the B. G. Berkeland's. Present were the Sam Olcsons, Norman Thompsons and La Vonne, the Albert Codys. Curtis Oleson and Sigurd Oleson families, of Fenton and vicinity: the K-ilmer Randas and Melvin Bialrud f m- ilies. Ringsled: and Kldun Lar- s.en. Emmetsburg. | The evening was sncnl show- I ing moving pictures taken by the JB. G. Berk-elands of the golden i wedding celebration of Mrs. Ber• keland's parents Mr. and Mrs. j I Louis Ol.'Son. Los Alludes, who; i celebrated in March. The Berke- I : lands visited in California -it that ' i time. I ! The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rob- ! ' dor and children and Mr. and ; Mrs. George Seims and Shirley ! were Sundav evening guests at Herman Haack's. Group Has Picnic— Picnicking Sunday at the Fenton park were the Ferdinand Bierstedt. Cl.:rence Bierstedt, and William Hantelman families. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Hantelman Sr.: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman. the Gerhnrl Hantelman family, Mrs. Daniel Hantelman. Melincia and Salina. Mr. and Mrs. Lelund Hantdmin and children. Mrs. Bob Hantelman and two children, Mrs. Clarence Lohse and daughter, Mr. rind Mrs. Lnuie H. Wehr- sp-.mn and children, all of Fenton and vicinity, and Mrs. Mollie Kress in and Orville, of Lolts Creek-, and Donald and James Hantelman. Minneapolis, who are spending the summer hero. Fririk Babe Baptised— Phyllis Mae. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frvin Frink, was baptised Sundav at the Fairville church. Sponsors were Mrs. Ger- harl Wittkoof, Algona, Mrs. William Fischer, and Cliff Frink. j Dinner guests at the Frink home l honoring the event were the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder and two children. Mr. -ind Mrs. Gerhart i Willkopf and two children, Ar- j nold Hanlelman. Mr. and Mrs. i Fred Frink. and Roger. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer. ' Cliff Frink and Lael, Joe. and Dana Pettil. lerp were en route to Ludington, Mich., where Mr. Hofemeister teaches. For two months they have been at Seward. Neb!., where he attended summer school and received his decree, fir formerly taught the parochial school here. Buy Home at Ringsted— Air. and Mrs. Delbert Long and two children, formerly of Fenton and now of Cylinder, have pur- fha-ccl a home in Ringsted and will take possession soon. Mr. Long who operated a harness and shoe repair shop here will be associated with his brother in Ring- sled in the electric wiring and supply business. Cadel Nurse in Visit— Cadet Nurse Virginia Berkc- lancl is visiting her parents, the ft. G. Borkolands. She arrived home early Friday morning and reports back at St. Luke's hospital in Diiluth August 27. This is her first visit, here for over a vear. AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Aug. 9—In a wedding ceremony attended by fiO relativei: and friends, Phyllis Vaudt, 1439 Osceola ave., Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt. became the bride of Mo. M. M. 1-c HorblcP Behnke, U. S. N. R., son of Mr, and Mra Reinhard Behnke, of'Whittemore, Friday evening at 8. _• •) The double ring 'cerernony was performed at the St.'' Paul's Lutheran church by the Rdy. W. H. Discher, pastor of the local church. The ceremony was preceded by n 30-minute organ prelude. To Lohengrin's wedding march played by Teacher H. W. Behnke the bridal party advanced to the candle-lighted chancel which was beautifully decorated with garden flowers. E. J. Butler uncle of the-bride. sang O Perfect Love, accompanied by H. W. Behnke at the organ. The bride was given in mdr- riage by her father, and was very attractive in a floor-length gown of embroidered net bodice, sweetheart neckline, and starched chiffon skirt and train. Her finger | Esther Tronstrom, chief' clerk, I Board of Educational Examiners, I at the state house in Des Moines. I She will resume hcr duties at the state house department. ,Th'e groom also attended the Lutheran parochial school and was graduated in 1939 by the Whittemore high school, and for 18 months he has been overseas. Following his 19-day leave he will return to Brazil. Among those who attended the wedding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler, from Rake, Mr. and'Mrs. Albert Vaudt, Farnhamville, Mr. and Mrs, Julius Baas and daughter Helen, Algona, Marian Henderson, Virginia Toat, Ardeth Carvell, from Des Moines, Betty Reinen, West Bend, Delqrcs Potrntz, Algona, and Marie Struecker, Mason City. ' CANCER TAKES LIFE OF WELL KNOWN FARMER in October. AAL Picnic is Held— The annual AAL picnic was held Sunday at Tuttlc Lake. The group voted to donate $5 to the Lutheran Hour. Guests were,... Gladys Mueller and Phyllis Bier-', tip veil was held in place \yith a steclt. The next meeting will be halo of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white roses and sweelpeas. Mrs. John Struecker, of Des Moines, sister of the, bride, was matron of honor, and was attired in a light blue floor-length gown with taffeta top and net skirt, and matching head veil. She carried a bouquet :'pf. yellow roses. ' I Ruth Ann Behnke, sister of the groom, wss bridesmaid, and wore a light blue gown similar to the | style of the matron of honor. She j also carried a bouquet of yellow j Have Wa«k at Lake— Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Virginia j Ruth, and James Richard. Benora I Mitchell, and Delores M-ansagcr,! and Kathryn Louise Amling, of Mason City, left Sunday for the Okoboji.s, where they will spend a week. * Mrs. Ed. Raymond, j Pioneer Lu Verne Girl, Dies Friday The local Dewels received a telephone message Friday announcing the death of Mrs. Echv. Raymond. Le Sueur, Minn., sister of,Mrs. W. C. Dowel and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pal ton. Lu Verne. Death was due to a heart attack. The funeral was held at Le Sueur Monday, and W. C. Dcwel attended. Mrs. Raymond had often visited here. Her husband, who died a few years ago, was a Albert G. Pcrgande, only 44, died Sunday morning at his home at Lu Verne, following a lingering illness, and funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Evangelical Lutheran church there. Pallbearers were Ernest Meyer Jr., Ernest Werling, F. J. Hintz, Albef't Schneider, Fred Frost, and Robert Blumer Sr. Mr. Pergande was born May 5, 1900, ; 'cjii' a farm near Lu Verne, the youngest son of August and Emilie Pergande. On June 2, 1927, he was married to Julia Schwab at Blue Earth, but on the evening of their wedding day Mrs. Pergande suffered a broken back in an automobile accident, and has been confined to a wheel chair or bed ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Pergande lived in till four years there, Mr. Pergande purchased a farm on ; the.outskirts of Cylinder to which they moved. In' July, 1943, Mr, Pergande's health began to fail, and when, a few months, later, he had an operation at Iowa City, it toas found i th'at he had cancer of the liver. He later rented the farm, and the family moved to Lu Verne. Mr. Pergande was a lifelong member of the Evangelical Lu-' theran church, Besides his wife, he is survived by a foster-daughter Mary Ann; also by his mother, Mrs. August Pergande Sr., one sister, Mrs. Carl Schipull, and five brothers, Fred, Carl, August, fidwird, and Henry, all of Lu Verne. City and County Fred Czapp, who owns a house on north Dodge street and was a recent visitor here, decided to have his house made modern, and that part of the street has been closed to traffic for some lime while the city installed sewer connections. The house has been rented to Mrs. Edith Rich. During the last two or three years Fred has been in defense work at Minneapolis. Mrs, Clifford Haase, Algona, son Lee, and daughter Karen attended a birthday party Saturday at the Fenton park in honor of Mrs. Haase's nephew, Ronald Mortensen, who was seven Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Haase and Lee, with Ronald, his parents, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Fenton, and Ron-ild's sister further ob- son of J. C. Raymond, once a j relatives and close friends with a lawyer : .it Lu Verne. Inter county! buffet supper. Waitresses were attorney here. One son of Mrs. I Helen Baas, Betty Reinen. Do- Raymond survives 'at Le Sueur. j lores Potratz, and Marie Slrueck- Thrce of the Patton daughters er. aro now dead. The eldest daugh- The bride received her earlier tor, Mrs. Jos. Winter, Moosejaw, education in St. Paul's Lutheran Sask., is believed here to be liv-1 parochial school and graduated in«. The daughter Mrs. H. R. j in 1942 from the Whittemore high school. She attended roses. i the Lu Verne community The groom wore his navy dress | eight years ago, when they mov- uniform, and his attendants were I ed to Bncelyn, Minn., -taut after his brother. Herman Behnke, and Calvin Vaudt. brother of the bride. The bride's mother wore i an aqua cable net dress with! white accessories. Her • corsage was of peach gladiolas. The groom's mother wore a light brown dress vvitli white accessories. Her corsage was of white gladiolas.. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.-.to served the birthday Sunday in an outing at Inlerlaken, near Fairmont. Adding to, fh« tj. D. M. mention of Tom Kj Kohlhaas at Moody Field, '•; Oa.i as a,n army second lieutenant with pilot rating, an! official dispatch from the-Field's| public relations office says he; will be assigned to piloting mul-! ti-engined aircraft such as light, medium, and heavy, bombers or | to transport and cargo planes. Ho • will receive, his assignment after return to Moody Field following his furlough. Capl. and Mrs. J, B. Lavender were taken by surprise Saturday when their daughter Ruth- arriy- j ed from Eyanston, 111., for a visit. Miss Lavender, who will be gra'cj- uated from Northwestern uni- versityy in January, transferred from the University of Nebraska. The Lavenders 'spent the weekend at Rockwell City, where they visited Lieutenant Takes. Captain Lavender is stationed at the prisoner of war camp, and the family lives in the E. F. Griffith house on- north Thorington. Mr..and-Mrs.-E. A. Bowles, of Fort Do'dge, and their daughter, Mrs. Jos.-Lilly, Omaha, with her son David, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen. They attended ehurcn here, and Mrs. Lilly calle:! on Mrs, Tom O'Haire and Mrs. Hugh O'Rourke (H. E. Rist daughters) who were her schoolmates when the Bowles family lived here. In the Advance files of 30 years ago and later during the first World war there is frequent mention of the Bowles family. Mr. Bowles was then senior member of the grain firm known as Bowles, Billings, & Kessley. Mr. Bowles is now on the way funeral Monday of law, Mrs. J. Sueur. Minn. return via si return trip train was Jnto Tuesday r tram home with the P a , f ro m " aisle as far as nc Mr. and Mrs. H R mer Algoninns, ' j Pearl was also in aUend ; ter many years at W h-l the Mississippi'south' 1 ! 5 ! Twin Cities, whore ' first published a nowspajj served as postmaster, hi moved to Forms! late Paul, where Mr. Smith' i interest in a drugstore col by a son-in-law, husband! former Rossie Smith p ca | remained at W . lbasha ca f flee employe- wlien her left, later had to resign U .of poor health. The Smith! est daughter "Teddy "wh wv d T '" Se '' vice ' sli1 ' 1 iWabasha. The daughter] i , , f l n lhc drugstore, af eldest daughter Juno is |1 of a railroad depot at of the Dakolas. Smith, formerly of Algona, is living,,.at.Fgregt Lakft,. Minn,....The. Pnllons had one son, Wm. J., believed to be living at Sioux Falls. dorf college , at Forest City, for the past 18 months she' lias. been employed as secretary *to The Mainliner will be CLOSED from Sunday night, August 14, until fFriday, August 18, 8 p. m. , mechanic, Weisbrod was thoroughly drilled in military tactics and defense, also in physical training which conditioned him] to meet all requirements of <m American soldier. Fairvillo Aid Meets— Tin' F;nrvillo Aid mot Thursday afternoon in tho church basement. Mrs. Carl Bock and Mrs. L. H. Wchrsp:inn were tho hostess. Guests wore Mrs. Herman Haack. Mrs. Wm. Fischer, Mrs. Hilhert Bierstedt. Fenton; Fi.-rdinand Ostwalct and twin daiiHlilurs. Mrs. Charles Ostwaldj and Ksthcr, of Whillemore: and I i\1rs. Cius Bi-rninghaus, Paulino and Alvona, Wost Bond. Mrs. A. the en- Ciforgo tei'lainmenl Seims won .iiul Mrs. the contest. Divorce is Sought By Luverne Woman Florence Beaman brought suit for divorce from Emory Beaman, Lu Verne, in district court charging cruel and inhuman treatment. An injunction was asked and granted restraining the husband from interfering with Mrs. Beaman's custody of four children. 14 to 4 years old. Mary Elixabeth Miller was granted a divorce and custody of a son from Harold T. Miller in district court Friday. She was also granted $10 per month support money for the child. Teaches in Michigan— Mr. -mrl Mrs. Edmund Hnl'e- meister and Donna Linn visited from Friday noon to Monday morning at Emil Biersledt's. Saturday th>'v were dinner guests at A. R. Willrett's. The Hofemeis- Lavrenz Dog Bays at City's Whistle Amusing to spectators is the performance of the Airs. Augusta Lavrenx. dog when the city whistle blows. Instantly he jumps into the street, points his nose at the city plant, and barks for all he is worth till the whistle stops. Then he returns to the shop's sidewalk- front, evidently satisfied that he lias performed a public service, and resumes his official iv'.'inr,- bent position at the door. * TO LEAVE FOR SERVICE. Union Twp.. Aug. ( J — Richard Godfred.son, known to friends as "Dick," will leave next Monday, for army or navy induction. He is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson, Union farmers, and was a this year Algona high school graduate. IVlynicipal Airport Election Monday, Aug. 14 Sac City's election overwhelming vole ol fi?:-i to 50, or 9:14',;. Jefferson's recent election was favorable 4 to 1. Put Algona up with Oelw e i n, S pe nee r. Esthervilie. Sac City, Storm Lake, Sheldon. Jefl'erson, Cherokee. Postwar aviation will come quickly and those towns with airports, will be first in the line of service. VOTE "YES" Next Monday I have purchased the John Deere Store known as the Kossuth County implement Co. The business will hereafter be called the Kossuth County Implement Store, and will continue to maintain the John Deere standard of quality service and cooperation with its customers. Come in and get acquainted. We plan to be a part of this community for a long time, and will be glad to welcome you to our store any time. The present store personnel will continue with us and be glad to further serve you. 0. F. DRENNAN The Kossuth Co. 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