Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1944 · Page 3
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»AGE SIX EX-WESLEYANS OBSERVE 66 TH WEDDING DAY Wesley, Sept. 13—A former Wesley couple recently celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary. They arc Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Johnson, Alden, and both are 80. Mr. Johnson lias been doing manual labor this summer in Grundy county. Two daughters are married to brothers of Ernest Hutchinson here, and another is Mrs. Ralph Stoll, who lived north of Wesley some years ago. Clifford Johnson lives at Algbna. The family once lived on the Gray farm where the Henry Goetz family now lives. Fourteen of 21 children are living. Festival at Church Dated— A Harvest Home festival will be held at the local Congregational church Sunday. Sunday school will be at 10, with church services at 11. There will be a fellowship dinner, with afternoon services at 2:30, and evening service at 8. Offerings at all three meetings will go to home and foreign missions. Mother, New Baby Home— Mrs. Forrest Christensen and her new daughter Karen Ann were brought home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, where the infant was born last week Wednesday. A daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wayne Christensen, is caring for the household duties. Gives Up Nursing Course— Shirley Hansen, who left last week to begin nurses' training at thc Methodist hospital, DCS Moincs, gave up that plan,, and KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALdOtfA, IOWA . . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eruce Sandberg, Algona, and Merlyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, farmers near Titonka, Were married Wednesday evening] at 8:30 at the Methodist church,I the Rev. N. A, Price performing the single ring ceremony, j The bride was attired in a light blue wool street length dress With black accessories and a corsage of white roses. Her attendant 1 , Ardeen Olson, wore a gold ccjlored dress with brown accessories and corsage of white roses ahd asters. Thc bridegroom was attended by Thomas Sampson. Both wore dark sijits with white aster bout- tennaires. cafe, after which bridge was played at Mrs. Norton's. High score was won by Mrs. Antone Johnson. Ensign Viola Heller, home on furlough from Great Lakes, 111., was guest of thc club. Reception' for Teachers— Thc Presbyterian Westminster vomen gave a reception jning at Mrs. D. G. Clopton's for the new teachers in the local schools. Haltic Wilson, junior high school principal, was in charge of the program. was I taken by surprise Monday after school, when 15 neighborhood playmates helped her celebrate a , birthday, which was last Satur! day. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. Thc Woman's club will meet The,egroom was graduated Jones entertained | in honor ^^^^^"-""^-'=5=^ FolloWing the ceremony, u din- c ner was served to the wedding ai ^.'^ X%..«£,*T££ rcIatlVCS al n^yest^ aK^VtSe MilS^ Crcsco Embroidery club Cook's Lunch Room. ay Ricdel farm, south of Algona. • There is a membership of 22. D. P. Smiths Dinner Hosts— : The Methodist women at Sex- Mr, imd Mrs. D. P. Smith en- ton has reserved Thursday, Oct., tertaincd their bridge club Tucs- 5. [ or a chicken supper at thc I day night at the Country club at Sexton hall. I 7 o'clock dinner. The member- " The V. F. W. Auxiliary will ship consists of six couples, five meet Frida of which have married sons, and enrpet rags t,he Slniths invited these sons worth's. 'Candidates for mcm- and their wives to the party, bership are invited. They were: Craig Smith, son of The Presbyterian Men's club the host and hostess, and his met last nkjht, and dinner was wife; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bu- served in thc basement dining chanan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert La- room by Circle C in charge of' Barrc, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCul- Mrs N. D. Mitchell, lough, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. L. S. Muckcy entertained afternoon to sew t Mrs. John Bits- !h "B^I -? ler fi CaI Sh° rk f ° r Wlniams.' The "sixth couple" in hc r sowing club St h« home tho Hankers Ijiif Hn. Shn mm- *i— ~i..u I\T- i T\/T nr A TT<_~ «, , „. pleted her high here last spring. school' course The David Johnsons, Corwith, and the son Paul, of the Merchant Marines, home on furlough, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, were Sunday guests at Emil Wester's. Paul, who suffered a leg injury at Saipan, had been in a hospital at Chicago. Begins a Nursing Course — the club, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fos- Tuesday afternoon. ter, have a married daughter, but she and her husband, who live at Ames, were not here. Following dinner Tripoli was played, and the high woman's score was won by Mrs. Robert LaBarre, high for men by C. R. La Barre. | DON HAMILTON SEES ACTION IN PACIFIC Two U. S. W. Meetings— The local United Service Women will hold an all day meeting at the Legion hall, beginning at Aria Jean, "eldest" daughter of 9 a - m - tomorrow, and will meet Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yegge, has i a S aln at 7 :3 ° nex t Monday even- entered St. Joseph's Mercy hos-! ln 6 to work °» slippers. The Home recently for the first time in Tour years in the navy was Donald C. Hamilton, brother of Mrs. Donald Christensen 1 and Lyle Hamilton here. Donald was already in the navy prior to Pearl Harbor, and he is now a "B 1st [ C." After his [ furlough •• he left i last week Sun- j day for further I service. Most of at Buffalo, N. Y. She will visit I her birthday club Friday in hon-' his service has been in the Pa- pital, Sioux City, for cadet nurses' training. She was graduated from high school here last year. Saipan Sailor Visits Here— Accepts Buffalo. N. Y., Job— Lillian Johnson has resigned at thc Klcinpcter store and will Birthday Club Meets Friday— leave soon for other employment Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained workers are asked to take needles, scissors, and thimbles to the Monday evening meeting. The Service women are greatly in peed of sewing machines and would highly appreciate the loan of some, even for only a day. KOSSUTH BOYS IN A FAMOUS FIGHTER UN IT With the Fifth Army, Italy (Undated)—At least six Kossuth! boys have been fighting nlong i the Arno River in Italy with the' 133rd infantry regiment whichi has been a nightmare to 'battered Gorman troops throughout the fifth army's Italian campaign. The boys are Pfc. Joe O. Elkins, driver, Sgt. Lloyd T. Green, squad leader, Sgt. Robert L. Sigs- bec, assistant squad leader, and Pfc. Wm. A. Bestenlehncr, all of Algona; Pfc. Martin F. Voight, Burt, an ammunition carrier; Pfc. Edwin E. Schumacher, Whit- tempre; and S-Sgt. Bernard O. Pctlit, Lone Rock, squad leader. Keith P. Cottington, Bode, la., platoon sergeant, and five Buffalo Center boys, including Sgt. Leonard J. Kuchcnreuthcr, squad leader, are also members of the regiment. Overseas nearly three years, the regimant, which is in the 34th or "Red Bull" division, has piled up more hours in actual combat than many American divisions have time overseas. The veteran regiment first blazed its guns at a cocky enemy in the bony mountain 'ranges of Tunisia and defeated the Krauts in the famous battle for Hill 609. Backed from Tunisia to the Arno, the defeat-written faces of retreating German troops are still haunted by the Red Bulls who gored the enemy at Cassino, Anzio, and in crushing drives above Rome. With a record of having' taken every objective assigned to it, the 133rd has become one of the most decorated units in the Mediterranean theater. Scattered among the fighting infantrymen of the unit are two congressional medals of honor, 19 distinguished service crosses, 117 silver stars for gallantry in action, and more than 1500 purple heart awards. First elements of the 133rd sailed for Ireland in January, 1942, one of the first infantry units to go overseas in this war. * J. P. STOW IS DEAD. Burt, Sept. 14—James P. Stow, 71, died at his home here Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. He had been in failing health five months, but at times was able to ( be uptown. Public funeral services will be held at the Presbyf terian church here at 2 p. ..^nj, Sunday; 1:30 at the housed S Wounded Soldier Keeps Hands Busy Kurt, Sept. 12—Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham received a package from their son Pvt, Leslie Graham one day last week, and it co tained things he had made while in a hospital since he was inj ired during an invasion. The articles arc: a purse woven of blie yarn, and lined with red fla inci; a billfold made of green leather, with light green trim; thiee rings and a bracelet made of a blue material that looks like plsstic. DORAHINZ.OF LU VERNE, AND BODE BOY WED u Verne, Sept. 13—The wcd- dii g of Dora, daughter of Mr, and. Mrs. Michael Hinz, and Leo Tdftburg, Bode, took place Sunday evening at the Lutheran church here. The Rev. Mr. Wit- tcijiburg, pastor, officiated in the presence of many relatives and friends. The double-ring cere- mdmy was used. Soft organ music wis played by Teacher Werner Hi!>rn, who also played the. processional and the recessional. the bride wore a gown of while satin and carried an arm bouquet of pink and white roses. A finger tip veil was -held in pi ice with 3 coronet of orange bl issoms. She was attended by her sister Elsie, who wore a light blue gown of organdie, with a corsage nf gladioli in pastel acles. The flower girl, Elaine Branlland, Bode, wore a blue or- LAKOTA YOUTH'S MUSTANG GROUP GETS AGITATION 15th Air Force in Italy (Undat- ed)—S-Sgt. Glen E. Klocke, 23, Lnkota, la., airplane and engine mechanic, has been authorized to wear a gold-bordered blue ribbon aver his right pocket, indicative of a unit citation awarded the P-51 Mustang fighter group to which he was assigned in June, 1941. The group w-as cited for outstanding performance of duty on a mission escorting heavy bombers attacking vital targets at Munich, Germany, June 9, just a few weeks before completing its second year of overseas service as a unit. The personnel were credited with the success of the mission, which resulted in blasting airplane factories and supply and communication lines, . Beginning with fighter sweeps over Northern France in 1942, and subsequently flying all types of fighter missions throughout the Algerian, Tunisian, Sicilian, Cprsican, and Italian campaigns, the group established an outstanding record, destroying over 360 enemy aircraft and probably destroying and damaging many others. In dive-bombing attacks, 38 enemy ships were sunk or Beverly damagd and communications disrupted over wide areas of occupied Europe. Shortly after changing to the P-51 Mustang from Spitfires the group established a theater record by shooting down more than 100 enemy;planes in 30 days. 6EO.SCHULTZ, OF WHITTEMORE, IS DEAD AT 46 Whittemqre, Sept. 13—-Funeral scrvices'ifpr George Schultz, 46, were hold' this afternoon at St. Paul's [Lutheran church, the Rev. i W. H. Discher, pastor, officiating. i Mr. Schultz died at his home here I Saturday evening at 7 o'clock of I heart 'dise'as'c, after a last sick- I ness of: two weeks'. Mr. Schultz, who was a son of . Mr. and Mrs. H«iry F. Schultz, ! was born here Nov. 26, 1898. On i Feb. 20, 1024, he was married to Ruth . Kucckor, children, ' . and j ro also two sisters, In youth Mr. Schnit thc local Lutlior" tz school, and had sin mg with hi s fa\| ? Place southeast of H. W. P 0 < IMIAY AM, Storage of All lMs|,,, lco Every bad j nsurcd loss and dumuRo 0 [ ., Equipped to ° Tractor Tire Just received, a. limited supply tractor tire c Get your chains now. We will not get any more!! ; spring. " GreenbergJAuto Supply rnoM; ns ndie dress. Little Dclbert; Wehrspann, Bode, in a sailor it, was ring-bearer. Ernest |B - atland, Bode, was best man. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held at tnc bride's parental home, attended by relatives and a few close friends. Mr. Toftsburg had been deferred only till this week i Wednesday, so the couple will not go to housekeeping at this time. Cool Mornings Demand Good Breakfasts Pancake Flour relatives at Hammond, Ind., en route. 'Tries Rheumatism Treatment— Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Meuhe went to Jordan, Minn., one day last | week, and Mrs. Meuhe remained there for treatment of rheumatism. or of: Mrs. B. A. Thorpe's birth-' cific area, and he has seen con- day. Lunch was served at Cook's' siderable action. _i . • i Leaves for Grinnell College— Sylvia Ann Gerdes left Monday to enter Grinnell college. She completed her junior year in the, local high school last spring. ' Schoolboy Has Operation— .'. Arvin Larson had a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital <jne ,day last week He w-db unable to attend school for ten days. . • •-*•.. '_j^^_^^ « 1 * Hospital Patient Home— Mrs. Carson Simpson was brought home Friday from the Kossuth hospital, where she had been for medical treatment. Silbaugh Family Leaving— Mrs. James Silbaugh and the children expect to leave this weekend to join Mr. Silbaunh at Long Beach, Cabf. 4 SCHOOL BALL GAME. Burt, Sept. 12—The first school baseball game of the season will be played on the local diamond this week Friday between the Lone Rock and Burt teams. OALA Ol'EMNG ' Laramar Ballroom Fort Dodge Blue Barren's Orchestra Music of Yesterday and Today Wed. Sept. 20 (8£c plus taxes) Dancing Every Thurs., Sat., and Sun. ; WINS AIR MEDAL. 1 i Wesley, Sept. 12—Mr. and Mrs. August Carman have received word that their son Paul, in England, was recently promoted , t<|> technical sergeant and has ! been awarded an air medal. From the nation's v/ell known makers. new rail patterns" ami fabrics of . pnvvyar -\i\\i\\- ; frill appeal to all of you who prefer fine clothes. ' Single breasted suit made from the soft quality pin s t r i p ed worsted and hand tailored for perfect fit. $35 $40 $45 Clothiers Tuned These new attractive Coats and Suits and Combinations This is a season of truo iciiiinino loveliness—of radical changes, of smooth, stream-lined beauty in all garments. Materials are better than usual and the colors are bright and slim ulating. There, are soft greens and blues, vivid fushius and tangerines, sedate blacks aiud greys and a variety of shades "in-between." Yok'll love to buy your new Fall outfit because it offoj-s such a variety of styles and colors. As always TIIK t'lLJtlSClllliLUS STOKE is the home of Ql'ALlTV uuuurel. It's easy to buy where courtesy and politeness are paramount. Kill riscnnies Jack Sprat Makes a Real Hit only 17c For Real Old-Fashioned CHERRY PIE! Mayflower Red Cherries No. 2 Can 29c ••••••••••••••••••••••_••_», Choice, Fruits and Vegetables No I N. D. lOOIb. ba RED TRIUMPH . $3,3' & a a n i y Bartlett Pears S glb - $191 Nti. 1 LUG PRUNES .. , ,,,,,,,1.5! BQX COLORADO PEACHES . . 1.6 MALAGA GRAPES... .. 2 ,,,35 HO. 1 SWEET POTATOES . 3* SUNKIST LARGE ORANGES .. ,49 SUNKIST 300 SIZE LEMONS .29 NO. 10 APRICOTS, IN LIGHT SYRUP Jack Sprat ENRICHED FLOUR 5 Ibs. 29c 25 Ibs. K39 50 Ibs. 2.49 MEATS FOR FALL MEALS PURE PORK SAUSAGE........ „ FRESH GROUND BEEF ,„„„. „„„„ SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD LINK SAUSAGES „„,„,, , , , . , uo jjoiulSi 3! FANCY SLICED BACON LONGHORN CHEESE . SMALL-MEATY FRESH SPARERIBS

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