Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1944 · Page 6
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PAGE gift Thayer Muffin, of Wesley, Weds a Kansas Gfy Girl Wesley, Oct 3—Frank Thayer Saturday. They all went to Rock Mullm second son of Mr. and ' Rapids and visited relatives over Mrs. Vce Mulhn, was married to the weekend. Rena Henkel, Kansas City, at 4 Mrs. F. M. Christensen attend- p. m. last week Tuesday at the ed a post-nuptial shower honor- IjlVOrmorf* mnmnnnl ohannl a 4 JM** U«« **»..*.:» TUT__ »*~_u — KOSSUTH COUNT* ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA Livormorc memorial chapel at the naval air technical training center, Memphis, Tenn. The ceremony was performed by Chaplain Ashby. The bride wore a street- length dress of ice blue crepe, cousin, Mrs. Merlin Hoover, at the Doan church last week Wednesday. Lawrence, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman, is now at the naval air base at Norman, Okla., where he is taking a me- with a corsage of American: chanical course. Beauty roses. Her sister Gather- Mrs. Bertha Richtsmeicr, Clara me Henkel, bridesmaid, also Richtsmeicr, and Annabel Hoefle, wore ?. street-length dress, but of; Fort Dodge, visited Studcr and r^cr, „,.„„„ ,,,;,u „ corsage of Richtsmeicr relatives here Sun- rose crepe, with a white gardenias. day. The bridegroom, in navy blue, Mildred Fox and Mrs. . Louis was attended by H. G. Garrison, j Loebig spent the weekend at Dos m white uniform. A double- \ Moines, where they visited their ring ceremony was used. The newlyweds are now at home at 527 Walker St., Memphis. Thayer was graduated from the local high school in 1942 and enlisted in the navy in May, 1943. Christensen Baby Baptised— Karen Ann, infant daughter of sisters, Mrs. Louisa Schwartz and Ardis Durnin. The Larry Langs, Omaha, arc spending this week at the parental J. L. Havcrly's and with his relatives at Armstrong and Titonka. Edward Lickteig, Fort Worden, Wash., is expected this week on •*-*' -»>«Ji, 'itxullb lldugll LUL UA TTCZiMI,, 1ft UAJJH.IUU LlllS WCCK On Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Christensen, j furlough at his parental Louis was baptised at the Lutheran Liektcig's. church, Britt, Sunday by ithe Vera Forburger, R. N., Mason Rev. John Mohr, and sponsors City, spent over the weekend at were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wangs-[her'parental Tom Forburgcr's ness. West Union, uncle and Teresa Lorenz was 16 Satur- aunt of the baby. Mrs. Wayne Christensen and her daughter Judy Kay, who had been at the local Christensen home, accompanied the Wangenesses to West Union for a week's visit. Mrs. Felt Back to Florida— Mrs. Ben Felt and her daughters Mrs. Al Wagner and Mrs. v »-»a ••«** iL>» *»!. Tiiignv^i a 11 u ivi.1 o< > »> 111. on, Nina Ranck left Monday for Meurer's. Rockledge, Fla. Mrs. Felt and' Mrs. Ranck, who had spent four months here, will spend the winter there. Mrs. Wagner, will stay a few weeks, but expects Dwight Wagner, who has been in the navy several years and will come on furlough from the Pacific in November. day, and Bernadine Johnson was the same age Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Neisson, of Grundy Center, was a guest at R. C. Bauer's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ricke visited relatives at Boone over the weekend. The A. M. Lemkes, Irvington, were Sunday guests at Joseph Whittemore r I Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer Grandgirl for the Gouges— celebrated their 33rd wedding an- Congratulations are in order niversary last week Wednesday for Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge, who evening. Guests were Mr. and are grandparents for the first ^rs. Erwin Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. time. An 8-lb. four ounce girl Lawrence Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Edwin Greinert. Mr. and Mrs. ence Ptacek, Britt, at the Kos- Herman Voigt, daughter Evelyn, suth hospital Monday. The in- ""^ A/T " ^" J **— A ~"—"- = -'- fant has been named Joyce Ann, and the .low mother is the former Vcrnoil Gouge. Forget-Me-Not Sale Succes and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer were taken by surprise last Thursday evening, when relatives and neighbors arrived to help ccle- - -•-- —— --- "i>-<siiu>ji3 ajuvuu 10 neip ccie- The Forget-Mc-Not sale con- brate the Meyer 45th wedding ducted by the United Service ' anniversary. Attending: Mr and Women Saturday was successful,' Mrs. Henry F. Sohultz Mr and and $34.50 was realized from the j Mrs. William Meyer Sr., son Al- salc of 250 flowers. Half of the vin, Mr. and Mrs George Mcvcr money goes to veterans hospitals, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mover' tv, n „*!,,„. v,«ir ,„ + K« ,r r- w ff aughtcr Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs'. the other half to the V. F. W. Charirari for Newlyweds— Forty-five neighbors gave a charivari for Mr. and Mrs. Francis Richter, newlyweds, Friday evening. The affair also .honored Mrs. John Richter and John Hildman, who 'had birthdays last week Tuesday. Amateur Night is Planned— ouivuu. i Entries are coming in for arj • Emly Steier, Fort Poclee i« amateur program at ; the:high spending; .a .-vacatiolv, \^ittt. her' school auditorium next' wcdlc parbntsi ' \.Mj-, ; , andi 'Mrs : John Thursday evening. Mrs. George i Steler. • • • • " r - , . Arthur Heidcnwith, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peril, daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Fr«nk Burke, Mrs. Mary Klein- fein, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight, son James. The stationed • in Virginia, left Moiv day on return to duly, after a furlough here with his father, Chris Andersen, and with' the parents of his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendahl, West Bend. Mrs. John Waldron spent part of last week with her daughters, Mary and Geraldine Rooney, at Davenport. She also attended a cosmeticians' convention at DCS Moines. Mrs. E. D. Sigler, the former Norma Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, completed nurses' training at Sioux City recently and has passed a state board examination at Des Moines, She then left for New Jersey to join her husband, T- Sgt. E. D. Sigler, but will be employed in a hospital in that state. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schmidt, Mrs. Fred Schmidt, and Mrs. Gronau, of Kiron, were last week guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher. Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Roupe, West Bend, have moved back to Whittemore. They have the former Englcr house. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch have received a letter from their son Eugene saying he was now in a hospital in Belgium. Oryillc Kollasch came from Estherville Friday and moved his family and household goods there. He bought an Estherville filling station and repair shop recently. Sgt. Henry Behnke, stationed in Texas, is spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. ' Albert Behnke. Ledyard Locals Next week Friday at 2:30 at the town hall the local Red Cross branch will meet for its annual election of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser had as dinner guests last week Tuesday evening Mrs. Esser's mother and sisters. The sisters are Mrs. J. E. Scribner, Algona, who was accompanied by her daughters Georgia and Betty, and a Mrs. Ellis Eno, wife of Lt. Com. Ellis Eno, Fort Dodge, now serving with the U. S. air forces in Italy. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Esser's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halvorson, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mr. and Hrs. J. T. Sullivan, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a chicken dinner served by the Lutheran women at Lakota Saturday evening. Mrs. L. C. Strand, Mrs. Max Nit;:, and Mrs. Asa Warner attended a War Chest meeting at Swea City last week Monday evening; Mrs. Georgtf Th'om'pso'h, who is chairman here, was sick and unable to attend. The local war chest workers met Friday evening at Ticc Brack's to complete plans for the Ledyard drive. Mr. and -Mrs. W. E.- Wiemer spent at eardsrand %$& &£ \ «£ ^^ g^»« %£ tion in Wisconsin.' es brought'by tne" : £u^ w^ 'jf^ *™£* served. Aldrich,. Mrs. Jos. Meure'r, cr Mrs. J. L. Sluder, will receive entries, i U. S. W. Lunch a Success— The U. S. W. luncheon at the Legion hall Saturday was well patronized and netted the organization $85. There was dancing in the evening, with Mrs. Jack Plaverly and Fred Diekmann furnished music. , . . . .. - • • .Mrs. William B. -Higgins 'Algona, arid her Kbn Billy ,arc visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins'. Mrs Bertha Skow, Mt. Horeb, Wis., is a guest of Mrs. Bertha Ebert' Lyle Anderson, in the navy, Wednesday evening by the Methodist W. S. C. S. was so well attended that $125 Was cleared, A fancywork and apron sale usually held'with the fall supper will instead be in December. Helen Cody, Bertha Solbcrg,- and Lillian Kvamsdalc, local teachers, spent the weekend ... at their respective homes in Senefca, Ringsted, and Swea City. Velda Estle and Alvirta Vorland, Estherville, were 'herei Thursday afternoon and evening. Velda, who. attends Junior college 'there, visited the Ray Estles. and the Harold Herzogs, and Miss Borland/was a guest of Bertha Sol- bcrg. Both girls are employed in the Park View clinic. Mr; and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse entertained at family din- ner'Sunday honoring Gpl. Ell- wood Green, home on furldugh. The Wm. and Ted Greens were gUosts. The Forget-Me-Not sale here sponsored by the U. S. W> A. Saturday was successful, and $20 was raised for disabled veterans. Beverly Bashara, Arden Packer, Carolyn Ploeger, and Barbara Mayer helped Mrs, Herbert Zielske, wiho was in charge. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kausch and Marie Welfare were at Swea City Saturday, visiting the women's sister, Mrs. Leslie Cassem, who has a new daughter. The Kauch- es, who since the death of Mrs. Grace Welfare had ibeen living at home, expect to move soon back to Fort Dodge, where Mr. Kausch has work. The United Service Women liere will meet in' the town hall [ this week Friday to fill boxes for | the boys byersea's. The public is invited to htlp. Anyone Who will donate ./home-made candy may bring it'to the hall Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Watnem, Clear-Lake, and Ihe Leonard Warners, Bancrofl, were Sunday 'guesls at Asa Warner's. Marjorie Gabel spent Sun y-iy at Forest City with friends. Four Corners Boy u Expected Home Word that their son Jimmy is awaiting transportation to come home. He has been in the army nearly three years, after some time in Australia was wounded in battle in New Guinea. He said he hoped to get back in time to help pick corn. THURSDAY, REFEREE'S SALE ION of dlildlng estate, as n,,f,, r(l|l . _• the Aiig-iLSt SeliullR farm in \\ -|, i( , ' shlpof 240 ncrcs for s«l«, 'mis farm \ M ^ nted us one nil It Unit will be offered I'm- 7 improved, 80 n. unimproved. See m ( . )or R. H. Miller, Refer* , Mr, and Mrs. . Edward. Christ, of'] 'Fo.rostfGi'tyii i,isHe.d/. relatives -herd ' Sunday; ^.V • Vv •, i|^/y'£4$:V'>v. - ''f lie, MVthdoWWi fej 'dT& Mil b(i '•• chtcrta'hldti. "'in^ :-th0 " 'bh'iiijch. ' , b(i '•• chtcrta'hldti. "'in^ :-th0 " 'bh'iiijch. basement : th'is 1 week , Thufsday,| Mrs.. :.L;a>vrcocd ; . PihgpL 'Hostess, Mrs. N; A. Pingel and Mrs. :Ai r , bcrt Looft assisting. ' ' " '•• ' A chicken supper served Catholic Party a Success— A party at the parish hall Sunday evening netted the Catholic missionary society $195. Peter Arend, Burl received the pieced quilt. Boy for Vincent Eisenbachers— A boy was born to Mr. -and Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher,' on Wednesday, Septcniber ,27. They have one other .child/ Mary. '•:• Bazaar and Supper Dated—• The annual,. Methodist -bazaar' and:chicken:, supper;, will..tie held in ; the .church .basementi%ext;' week Wednesday.-. .'.;": V : - ; ;-' i .,-_-,.a, daughter, of -Mr.'..and Mr-s. Henry Have-rly',. / waS fh'OTi: ored at a .birthday; party ; Sunday afternoon. • Shq :..was /eight"; -A- group of young folks-: helped; her celebrate. /..'•' ; ..;•• '•;-..• • ', ••-• Corporal ./ Ivan . Jphnson , and' wife, the former Mildre'd'Futtne- mark, are spending ten days with the corporal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson's father Olaf Futinc- mark. The corporal is in a field artillery battalion, and is stationed near Columbus, S. C. The couple were married July 3 and live near the camp. . Mrs. Gaorge Buettner, of Des Moines, nee Ann Lickteig, spent • the weekend at her parental John Lickteig's. She is employed by a social welfare society. Carmel Lickteig, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Mason City, spent Sunday at the parental Lickteig's. Dinner guests of Mrs. Carrie Ricke Sunday were Dr. R, J. Thissen, Algona, Edw. Thissen, home on furlough from the Marines, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thissen, and Mrs. L. Soppe of Algona. The George Ricke family were evening visitors there. The Edw. Wolfes and the son Clare were callers at Clarence: Ward's. Clare came on a 30-day furlough following three years service in the infantry in Africa and Italy, | Mrs. Peter Larson and her twin sons, Obed and Orvilie, ol uoJdfipci.. visited Lester Larson's White Enamel Ware This shipment is the good three coat enamel ware. Come in and pick out the pieces you need while the selection is complete. y We have 4, 6 and 8 qt. kettles, double boilers ;with 1 i/o 'qt. size inset,, water pails, dippers, 2 qt. handled sauce pans, 8 cup percolators, bed pans. PYREX WARE _.:-.•' One :'and two quart pyrex sauce ptms .with,-, Pyrex glass handles. $1.10 and $1.40 each. SEE US FOR THESE ITEMS IVi h. p. Electric motors, 10-12-and 14 grain .scoops,. 16 and 18 post and drain spades, single- : . : trees, doubletrees, and neckyokes. ; For that enclosed porch or doors—Flexo-glass ' glass cloth. Glaso-net — transparent, reinforced : with wire cord. Weatherstrip for doors and windows, per 100 ft., $2.75. Just received several dozen pocket knives and shears. Kitchen step ladder stools !$2.39 Electric table lamps, Onyx base $11.95 10 gal. Galvanized lock-on-lid Garbage cans $1.85 Just received—our stock of electric brooders —500 chick size, $34.50. Select one of these now for next spring. With each brooder we will give you a yard light. A small deposit will hold a brooder and light for you. LION BRAND PAINT AND VARNISH New Clean Stock Spilles Hardware BEST BREAD liieiL OAK FEATURES -Always Fresh BAKED FRE&JI DAILY IN OUR OWN OVENS Nancy Ann Vitamin-Fortified Bread contains only selected tested ingredients with added vitamins and minerals for .pood wartime nutrition. Try a loaf TODAY! 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