Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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[SECOND SECTION on croft Nor. erns to* Nov. " Berg Nov. 24th 17th — lst — "Skill- -Al Menkc COT MIXING TIME IN HALF Betty Crocker Method in Sacks of Gold Medal "Kitchen Tcjted" Enriched Flour m&wyv* STOIIE SWEA. CITY. IOWA t.Gbld Medal Adv. Page 4 (THANK YOU want.every one who 1 for me last Tuesday [know that I deeply, ap-" feciate their vote. bough I had no opposi- the total vote cast |r me indicated that my ends credited me with living served in the re- der's office the past years to their satiation. ^RA WALKER RECOKDEU TWO WEDDINGS PERFORMED AT LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek, Nov. 14 — Klvira daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin' Meyer, and Eldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Browning, Forest City ' were married in a single-ring 5 p' m. ceremony at the home of the bride's parents Sunday evening the Rev. A. F. Otto officiating' and witnesses were: Aldon Mitchell and Lorraine Willrett. A (i o'clock wedding dinner was served, and attending besides the honorces and witnesses were the Rev. and Mrs. Otto, the Ross Brownings, the Louis Schepp- manns, Irvington, and the Alvin Potratz family. The Rev. A. F. Otto solmnnix.ed a marviage at St. John's Lutheran | church here Sunday evening ! which united Pfc. Donald H. , Berkland, Fort Lcavcnworth • Kans., son of Mr. and Mrs. O A I Berkland, Ringstod, and Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentx. A double-ring ceremony was performed, and witnesses were Mrs. Lylc Priebc and ! George Peril. The Rev. Mr. Otto used as his text Romans 12:12, The Way to Happiness. Dinner Honors a Seaman— Mrs. Clara Pompc entertained at dinner last week Monday evening in honor of her nephew, Ferdic Miltag, U. S. N., on 30-day ! leave here, and other guests were ' Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mrs. Mina Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, and Mrs. Gordon Priebc, the latter of Montrosc, Calif. The H. F. Mittags, Mrs. Schallin, and Mrs Priebc were last week , Tuesday afternoon guests at Frank Schumacher's, Whittemore. Mrs. Mitlag Heads Aid— The Aid met Friday at the- Lutheran schoolhouse, Mrs. Frank Pompc hostess, and officers were elected: Mrs. H, F. Mittag, president; Mrs. Noah Reisncr, secretary; Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller, j treasurer, rcclected; Mrs. Clara I Pompe and Mrs. John Kohlwes arc the sick rnmmiUoc; Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mrs. Lydia Welzel, Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, sewing; j Mrs. Elmer Pijahn, Mrs. A. F. Otto, kitchen. November 16, 1944 Drawing a Bead on a Nip week at the rural home of Mrs. Eclw. Hof, Mrs. Peter Thompson, co-hostess. Mrs. Robert Phillips •gave a paper on Gardens of the World, and roll call was on Thanksgiving in poetry. Little Girl Gives Party— i Marilyn Zentner was six last Thursday, and her grandparents, pr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams, with whom she lives, entertained that evening. A birthday cake was Eerved, and she received many gifts. few days ago to visit an aunti Mrs. Eclw. Rief, who is moving from farm to town. She was Lydia Hauser, once employed at the old German bank, Lu Verne. Mr. Rief died some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wcrmor- sen, Fort Dodge, have a new son, born Monday. Grandmother is Mrs. Cecil Wermcrscn, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller here. The James Thorncs arrived Friday from Richmond, Calif., where Mr. and Mrs. Thorne havu both had been in defense work 18 Other Lii Verne News. The Bandmothers club met. last week Wednesday evening at j months. the gym, and hostesses were Mrs. | The Rev. Gilbert Vorhics, Mar- Chas. Hanselman, Mrs. J. L. Bus-' •'Mrs. For Your Holiday Baking Use GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Tested" lOMUCJIEI) FLOUR IN CORWITH, IOWA Wm. Wood Store THE QUALITY GROCERY SPO Gold Medal Adv. Pa«e 4 tace, -'Mrs. Roy Brayton, Mrs. Gustav Baessler; .the entertainment committee, . Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mrs. Edw. Dehncrt. At 500 Mrs. Harry Christensen won high. •', Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, DCS Mojncs, visited at the former's brother Percy's, near Doan, and at the nephew Allyn Brink's here over the double holiday. John is employed in the Des Moincs post- office, but he and Mrs. Brink live cjn their farm near the city. i Florence Hof went to Sumner a Army Signal Corps Photo Tins American sniper is taking advantage of a second story window of a wrecked house at Myilkyina, Burma, to watch for any careless .Tap who might show his head. The battle to take Myitkyina was a lonj*. hard and desperate one. 'Jlin Nips fought to the last man. That means our war in the Far Hast may be a long one and your War Bond purchases are needed to keep our far flung outposts supplied with the best war material we can provide. From U. S. Treasury, ion, occupied the Presbyterian j pulpits here and at Livermore I Sunday, while the pastor, the Rev. A. R. Smith, was taking a vacation. | Mrs.- Josephine Sanford, Ellsworth, is visiting her son Archie's and expects to spend the winter with relatives here. Mrs. Arthur Satrc, Rockford, 111., and two children came last week to visit the former's father, Fred Fritzemeier. Mrs. George Merkle has been taken from the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital lo Rochester. THANK YOU! It is with sincere appreciation that I express my thanks to the voters o£ Kossuth county for their very loyal support at the recent election. I have enjoyed serving you in the past, ami will continue to do everything I can to fill my position honestly, justly, and to the best of my ability. Art J. Coglcy NATIONALLY ADVERTISED THIS MONTH] Pi WE® A II A, L THANKSGIVING tff CECELIA'S [Monday, Nov. 20 AL MENKE'S ORCHESTRA [Sponsored by Circle 5 Mrs. Will Dodds Mrs. Leo Immerfall RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE iturday, Nov. 18 Slates Cafe Bldg. at ,9 A. M, St. Cecelia's Guild [Sponsored by Circle 2 Mrs. Mel Qrlffin Minnie Schlck Lucille 1 Jcntz lo Wed— Announcement has been made .of the approaching marriage of ' Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. •'Bimers, to -Lucille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jentz. The - ceremony will be performed at St. John's Lutheran church, Fento:i, by the Rev. A. F. Otto. Pastors in Gel-Together— I The Rev. and Mrs. Horn, Es- thervHlc, the Rev. Mr. Sennit/:, Terrill, his family, the Rev. Wm. Stock, Ayrshire, his family, had potluck supper Monday evening at the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Otto's. The visiting pastors were college classmates of Mr. Otto. Oilier Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BUSK, son, James, the Donald Radigs, and! the Fred Schmidts were Sunday j guests at Martin Dreyer's, Burl- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Algona, and Mr.- and Mrs. John Schallin were evening visitors at Carl Zumach's. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Peril, of Fairmont, visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin spent last week Wednesday afternoon at George Bolte's, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. SchulU, Mrs. Ruth Schultz, and the latter's daughter Janice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratx to Fairmont last Thursday. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dreyer was baptised Sunday morning at St. John's Lutheran church and was named Alex Arnold. The Hugo Mittags, Truesdale, Mr, and Mrs. Herman Hmtz, and Martin Potralz were Sunday evening dinner guests at ti. ?• Mittag's. Lu Vcrnt, Nov. 15—The fun- fr.il (if A. L. Jones, 05, who died following a stroke ;\l his eldest son Wilford's, Minneapolis, was hrld i'.l the Methodist church here this week Wednesday, the Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor, officiating, with burial in the Lu Verne cemetery. He is survived by his widow, two other sons, Wayne, Paullina, and Lorcn, at home, ;ilso bv •-. 'rlj ughter Evelyn, also at home. The family came here in 1918 from .rt.ear_.B.loomi.n£ton, 111., and farmed- for some years, but for ( .hc last several years Mr. and Mrs. Jones had managed a chick hatchery and a restaurant here. Series of Moves Here— Jos. Worby has purchased the Elizabeth Toohcy house and will retire from the farm. The Fred Goetschcs, tenants, will move to the Mall, Baumgardner house, now occupied by the Braytons. Mrs. Irvin McGowan is moving here from Mason City to the house vacated by the Cotes, who moved lo the Legler house. The Percy Schichtls are moving to Eslhervillo, where Percy has an i i.levjtor job. Cemetery A3!;oc.u\li:m Meets— The ccrnetjry association held the last meeting of the year at the community hall Thursday, with :• large attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. C. O. McClellan, Mrs, Kate Barton, and Mrs. Henry Pergande. Mrs. McClellan favc a short history of the society, which was organized in 1912, ;>ncl read the constitution. Carnival a Big Success— A recent scbupl...carnival djew- f< very hirpe crowd, arid' receipts approximated $250 for the Athletic fund. The band mothers had the food concession and made some $GO for the band fund. There were many attractions, games, boxing, sideshows, movies, etc. Club Mer-ts in Country— The Tuesday club met this nworoil for Tiro, theft, lightning, tornado; cyclone, windstorm, and hail. While operating, picking corn, on or oft' the L. premises. iOHANNON Over S. it L. Si ore lioo Hnu-k Ledyard II. H. Meyer Lii Ycrno Phone 103 Joe Miller Wesley eeow Junior Class Play The Algorm High School presents "Young April A corriecly m three acts High School Auditorium, 8:00 p. Friday, November 17 Admission: Adults 42 ,8, 50c Students 21 4, 25c can b hi^ tw l en 8 8 - ^w nigh school building. ' Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 p. m..at the ticket office in •<&®sy®wys^^ Special For Saturday Opening of Our New Luncheonette Bar These allocated items have been made available to us especially for the opening of our new Luncheonette Bar. THESE ITEMS WILL NOT BE HEBE BEFOEE SATURDAY Colgate Toothpaste Kleenex Pepsodent Toothpaste Regular Drene Ipana Toothpaste Special Drene Max Factor Lipstick Mennen Skin Bracer Flashlight Batteries Scotch Tape, 75c Size Jens Hair Oil for Ic with purchase of 75c Jeris Hair Tonic Eversharp Fifth Avenue Pens and Pencils Hershey and Other Candy Bars Norris and Pangburn Delicious Boxed Candy 1 and 2 Pound Boxes Right reserved to limit quantities. Lusby & Giossi •AN INVESTMENT /^^Kuppenheimer C/n the civilian front as well as tbe military, the Kuppenheimer insignia in your overcoat gives you high rank among men whose appearance and judgment command a salute. Wartime conditions have not in any way limited Kuppenheimer's ambition to excel in styling, fit, fabric— and enduring value. In support of a'68-year reputation as one of America's .. truly great names in clothing, Kuppenheimer overcoats are today finer than ever I Ideal Christmas gift for Dad, Uncle or Brother— » '\~$ a Kuppenheimer from the whole family—or from just you. KUPPENHEIMER SUITS . . KUPPENHEIMER OVERCOATS ZEND 45.00 to 50.00 , . 45.00 to 50.00

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