Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
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PAGE tWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA Thursday, No WHITTEMORE YOUTH GUNNER ON A B-24 15th AAF in Italy (Undated)— Cpl. Wilmer J. Weber. Whittemore, la., ball gunner on a B-24 Liberator bomber, has arrived in the Mediterranean theater, and is assigned to a veteran group commanded by Lt. Col. James B, Knapp, San Antonio, Tex. Corpd.ral Weber's group has participated in more than 135 major attacks against such strategic targets as the Ploesti oil refineries, Rumania, the Herman Goering tank works, Austria, and tria. Germany, Italy, and Hun! gary. i After graduation from Presentation academy, Whilteniore, Corporal Weber entered the army June 12, 1943. He received training at the Lowry Field armoivd school in Colorado, and the Tyndall Field gunnery school in Florida. The corporal's father, S. Weber, lives at Wliittemore. BRIDE, GROOM GRADUATES OF FENTON SCHOOL $151 $205 $138 $178 $275 Lower Prices for Quality Fur Coats »Salc Blended Xorthorn Muskrat-' Q n al it j Blnck Scnline: * S. Am. Gre.V Fox at .. Skunk Dyc'd , Opposstim __- Itrowi <»r Win* Fox 1'aw i-; Forest Mink Ulend Muskrnt_ Sable Bleml 3Inskrat Head Brown Moiuitain ^ A M Q Lamb 9 S «ft*5 Brown £1 VlQ Beaverette 9 I *fO 20% Federal Tax included in Ahove Prices. I Lower Prices for Fur Trim Coats Tuxedo Fur Trim Coats. Fine quality Furs and Fabric __ Tuxedo Fur Trim Coat, long' or short models Lovely Quality Fur Trim C'oats, in colors CHAPLAIN HUS OF DEATH OF BATT BOY IN GERMAN ATTACK Lower Prices for Winter Coats About f>0 garments in tweeds, hoiicles, fleeces, Fur fabric, reversibles, and camel fleece, worth from $15.05 to $20.59, reduced to only nd $ 1 9 Kresensky's Fonton, Nov. 2?.—Tn n 7 p. m. wedding Sunday fit St. John's Lutheran church here Lucille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .lent/., and Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, were married by tile Rev. A. F. Otto in a j double-ring ceremony. I To Lohengrin's Wedding March played by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, the bride approached the altar on the arm of her father. She wore a floor-length white satin gown trimmed with lace, with fingertip veil trimmed with seeded pearls. The veil was .also trimmed with lace, and she carried a bouquet of red roses and white chrysanthemums. The bride was attended by Mrs. Donald Berldand, matron of honor, who wore a blue floor- length gown, with a corsage of yellow curnalions. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Evelyn Hanson, Edna Elmers, and Verla Eimevs, all sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs. Lyle Priebe, cousin of the bride, Evelyn Meyer, another cousin, and Georgia Ger- liart. Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Priebe, and Miss Gerhart wore blue floor-length gowns, with corsages of yellow carnations, .und the other three bridesmaids wore pink floor-length gowns, with corsages of red roses. Flower girls were Marlys Jentx, sis'er of the bride, who wore a pink floor-length gown, and Gwendolyn Bierste'dt, La' kota, cousin of the bride, who ( wore a blue floor-length gown. The girls carried rmall baskets of mixed flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his cousin, Gerald Eimers, Burl, best mun. Ushers were Paul Biersledt, Lakola, cousin of the bride, and Ronald Meyer, | Lotts Creek, cousin of Ihe bridegroom. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, 100 relatives and close friends attending. Table waitresses were La Von Meyer, Shirley Culbertson, M.irian Hinlz, and Lucille Struecker. The bride was graduated from the Fenton high school in 1943. The bridegroom, who was graduated in 1940, is farming with his father, and the newlyweds will live on the same farm. POUMDBUTTER PRICED AT $5 i Ottosen, Nov. 21—The United Service Women here held a bazaar and served lunch 'in 'the recreation hall Saturday evening, and receipts were $198.12. An all- wool quilt went to Ray Sloulil. Eddie Anderson, Humboldl, was auclioneer. Some ilems which sold at high figures wore: five pounds butter at a dollar .a pound; ten pounds sugar, sold eight times, netting $40; a turkey, also many other j items, including pie, hot dogs, i and coffee. i The money from bazaar and j lunch will be used in part to buy materials to sew for veterans in I hospitals, and in part will be donated to the blood plasma fund. All business houses here donated for the bazaar, and there were many donations from people of the community. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt have received a letter from their son Richard's chaplain reporting the circumstances connected With Richard's recent death in action. The young man was killed at Chenimiel, France, September 25, when his company was holding a hill, and hfs platoon was protecting the rear. He was killed instantly when the enemy encircled the hill and attacked from the rear. * Richard's father was till recently a barber at the Clement shop. The house here where the Batts had been living was sold and they had to vacate. Another house here could not be found, so the family, including the remaining seven children, has moved to Burt. lulu several years, told of experiences there. Football Boys Banqueted— A banquet was served Saturday night, at the Algona high school building in honor of the member. The next meeting will bo held December 4 at Mrs W,m. K. Ferguson's, and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, wil have charge of a lesson. Rebekahs EnteMained— The Uebckuh degree staff' en- football boys, and there were 37 j t or t n j ne d the lodge at a Thanks" giving dinner Tuesday evening ,nt " - " . .. t i._ 1.—H rri«.»*»i im in attendance. The dinner was given by the mothers of the junior and senior boys, and the serving was done • by the fathers. fi-30 at the lodge hall. Twelve members of the Wesley lodge attended, and there were 42 people Coach Gene Her!/, awarded let- proson t. Mrs. Erclman, Wesley, ters to the following boys: Tom g avo a report, and Guy M. Butts, Holmes, Clark Phillips, Don Asa, I a ] so Wesley, spoke on lodge af- Don Krausc, Charles Crapser, f .,j rs Bill Buck, Bob Wright, Chris Bowen, Dean Olson, Bob Devine, Bert Sankey, Bob -Kuhn, Jerry Skilling, Joel Herbst, and Merle Ross. A. E. Kresensky gave a short talk. Garden Club Has Elected— Officers elected at a Garden Pair Titonka Waves at Home on Leave* Titonka, Nov. 22—Geraldine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy v/i..«. B ." «v » ~i Bruns, .and Esther, daughter of club meeting last week Tuesday I Mrs. Mary Rntz, arrived Sunday are: president, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau;j from Norfolk, Va., on five days vice, Mrs. R. F. Clark; secretary-1 leave here with their parents, treasurer, Mrs. Henry Guderian; I Both girls are WAVEs, and have corresponding secretary, Mrs. been in service a year. They Have Glen Raney. Mrs A. T. Lohdell, i been together since indoctrma- wife of the P. W. camp com- j lion, and both are storekeepers; mander, was made an honorary 12-c. DONALD OILING, EX-SENECA BOY, VICTIM OF WAR Seneca, Nov. 22 —Donald O1-, , ling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter ]jng, atuMhrei' Oiling, former residents here o na Halvorson now living on a farm near Ring- ' * ' ' sled, was killed in action in France Sunday, Nov. 5, according to a message received by his parents from the war department. Donald left for overseas from Fort George Meade, Md., Oct. 8, 1944, and was killed four weeks to the day following. He was in- South Pacific ducted into service April 10, released from nber 23, K • ° , t , ,' U l ( : IKl .l>ii 1944, received his m, ip . at Camp Roberts'c-'ifr trai "i assigned to ; ,n infani r v"l!? d ' The youth was ,o r , y cllvii =S™*fS»< lion. He did school, profon-int' i,, home and hoi,, w iu ' . He is survived l, v his brother, s.-Si-l "i f , ,, "—- - •• hl> l)ttls 1'otor • Mrs. ] tt *-''» »-u'ii( l fn n and Joanna, at h ( , m( , ' n Memorial services will when the brother j P n expected horn,. so ™' Jens is an en fi iiiecr y ul "' air corps, and has been „ three years, 17 months South Pacific, bul combat recently, service, Union Girl a Bride— Trella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delos C. Gardner, of Union j township, and Robert Glen \ Blackman, Keylesville, Mo., were married Sunday afternoon at 2:30 by the Rev. R. D. Kitlerman, pastor at the Good Hope church, a double ring ceremony being used. Church decorations were pink and white chrysanthemums and white candles. The bride entered on the arm of her father as her cousin Merrill Moore played Lohengrin's wedding march. Before the ceremony, Merrill sang O Promise Me, Bells of St. Mary, and I Love You Truly.. The bride's father gave her in marriage. The bride was attired in a white satin-faced crepe dress j with a while veil, which had been worn by her mother at the latter's wedding, and she carried a handkerchief made , by her Grandmother Gardner. The bride's sister, Lois Gardner, who was 'bridesmaid, wore a floor-length powder-blue chiffon dress, with shoulder-length veil. The bride's mother wore a wine colored velvet dress with matching hat and corsage. The bridegroom was attended by Jerry Lowman, Dos Moines, formerly Bode. The 'new Mrs. Blackman was graduated from the Algona high school in 1039, and has been in Solar Aircraft employ, Des Moines, during the last 14 months. Mr. Blackman was employed by Solar Aircraft at San Diego, Calif., before transfer to Des Moines, where he is now head • of the company's experimental ddpartment: A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for 50 guests, and Mrs. John Gardner, Atlantic City, N. J., poured. The couple left the same day for Des Moines, where both will continue in their employment. The wedding day was also the BOth birthday annivei-sary of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Moore, Algona. Guests attending the wedding from away were Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Dean, Fort Dodge, and their son Marc, Mrs. Jerry Lowman, Des Moines; and Mrs. John Gardner. Faculty Has a Party— An Algona school faculty dinner was served at the high school building Monday night. Wives of husbands were also entertained. Seven such parties are held during the school year. The committee iiT charge furnishes food and entertainment, and the committee this time consisted of Ella Zumach, chairman, Mrs. Otto B. Laing, Esther Quinby, Evelyn Woodke, Lola Kowalke, Joyce Frazier, Jeanettc Jacobson, Orin Spalding. There was group singing, games were played, and Miss Kowalke, who taught in Hono- This One's On Us! '' FREE MOVIE DAY December 7tfj-REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR Buy a Bond of Any Denomination at any Movie Theatre and Receive a, FREE TICKET! Every Movie-Goer a Bond Buyer!} Every Bond Buyer a Movie-Goerl \ Sponsored l»y KOKsrni nnrxTY C.IIAPTKR I'MTICU SMHYH'K WOMKX Tin Money Noiul rreinier*! Theatre JAPS} "Miss ft (Feature,! h, And.! rc fill | llr racknet, where hearts arc concerncdl Peek-a-boo lattice work make, rounded high neck and c dj t! llc S| « TCS - Americana R ayon Crepe in P) um p w ^ Chinese Green, Mcxicoppcrj and Jet Black. Sizes 11 to 1J SI0.95 *;$* ••>?•'?•?••*? i ll/;;^^ 1 / "MISS Mc/ftreca" Kresensky's SING-OUT SALE As I have sold my farm and will quit farming I will hold a closing out sale_at the farm located 3 miles north of Algona on No. 169 Friday, December 1st Sale Starts at 1 O'clock LIVESTOCK DAINTY ANKLETS Kresensky by T^/Mf/i? Perfect unklels for wee feel, jiiade of fine mercerized cotton that's easy to wash, quick to dry. The finely ribbed top clings. In white and lovely pastels. Get baby's anklets today. Size 4 Jo 5'/ 2 19 to 32e KRESENSKY'S 6 HEAD HOLSTEIN CALVES 2 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, Yearlings 2 HOLSTEIN STEERS, YEARLINGS MACHINERY John Deere 4B plow, 214 in. slat bottom; John Deere 15-ft. disc; John Deere low-wheel spring-tooth harrow, 9-ft.; John Deere 4-sectjon drag harrow; John Deere 5-ft. mower; Oliver 6-ft. tractor pull mower; McCoYmick Deering side delivery rake; McCormick Deering hay loader; dump rake; John Deere elevator, 36 ft., with speed jack and wagon hoist; -Victor endgate. seeder;. McCormick Deering endgate seeder; 8-ft. windrower; John Deere manure spreader; 3- horse electric motor; O. K. hammermill; 802 John Deere truck on rubber; John Deere low wheel wagon; Reliance wagon box; flare type wagon box; wagon box; Surge milking machine; Veega cream separator and cream cans; clippei' grain cleaner; buzz saw; 10x12 brooder house; Oakes electric brooder; chicken and chick feeders and waterers; 2 Rotary hog feeders; 45-bu. Utility.hog feeder; hog troughs and waterers; 2 Utility mineral feeders; pitch,forks; shovels H and hand tools; set breeching harness. _ Other articles too numerous to mention. I HOUS€HOLD GOODS I Davenport, 1 yr. old; Coleman oil burner; copper wash boiler; drop g lamp table; chair and ottoman; tank heater; laundry stove and other articles. g TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. COLWELL BROS., Aucts. SECURITY STATE BANK, ^HillllllllllHlilllil!llllllli!lllllll!lllllllllllllllllll|||lJj||||||||||||i|||»^ I

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