Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1944 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1944
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA rine BANCROFT GIRL IS TOURING IN A MARINE BAND Camp Lejucne, N. C.. Nov. 20— Marine Pfc. Elizabeth Ann Inman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Inman, Bancroft, la., is one of 45 members of the Ma- Corps Women's Reserve Band here now on a six weeks lour to East Coast Marine bases and Chicago. The band, organized in Nov., 1943, and trained by members of the famed Washington, D. | C., marine band, is the only offi- 1 cial W o m e n's Reserve band. It had made appearances in nearby cities, but has never gone on tour before. Pfc. Inman, who plays the clarinet, attended St. John's high school, Bancroft, and later, Iowa State college, where she was member of band, orchestra, and chorus. [The Inman farm home is two miles southwest of Bancroft, and Elizabeth Ann has three brothers and two sisters. The sister Mary Frances is an Ames junior and as a 4-H girl won a Chicago trip. Elizabeth Ann, who won many county and stale honors as a 4-H girl for eight years, joined Hie Marines May 1, 1943, and was trained at Hunter College, N. Y., before assignment to Camp Le- jcunc.J Youngsters Help Prepare Own Thanksgiving Dinner A HIS GROUP OF 54 Third Graders at the Bryant school last week Wednesday noon enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner that they helped /i prepare themselves as a part of a food unit study. Teachers are Glendora Burbank and Faith Schlemsig, who carried tihe niajor burden of preparations, but the pupils learned by doing a part of ev erything themselves. The picture was taken at the school where the youngsters were just ready to sit down to their all-Iowa-food • dinner. , stetter, Laura Mitchell, and Ag-! Gary Meyer. Mesdames Meyer nes Pelisek, and Miss Mitchell ] Ruling, Fcsslcr, Lowman.'ana conducted devotions. Miss.Bonn- Alexander are daughters of Mrs. deacon-' Nickerson. ALGONA COUPLE 25 YEARS WED Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage were m.:irricd 25 years Sunday, and in honor of their silver wedding their daughter Maxine called Ihem by phone from Calif or- • nia to exlencl congratulations. j A registered package contain-' ing 25 .silver dollars and another | package containing 25 red roses were sent by Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Brundage displayed the roses at communion services Sunday morning at the First Lutheran church. Maxine, who joined the Waves last January, received Iraining at Hunler college, New York, after which .she was sent to Milledgeville, Ga., and from there in May to California, where she is now at an Oakland naval supply base. Mr. Brundage is manager of the Algona state liquor store, SON COUNTRY CLUB CUSTODIANS GETS THE PURPLE HEART Somewhere in the Pacific (Delayed), Undated—Wounded in action against thc Japanese in last summer's Marianas Islands campaign, Privalc First Class John M. Morton, Algona, la., recently received a Purple Heart in ceremonies here for 25 Leathernecks eligible. Morton's award was presented by Brig. Gen. LcRoy P. Hunt, assistant commander of thc Second Marine Division, famed for its exploits at Tarawa, Saipan, and Tinian. IMorton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Morton, custodians of the Algona country club building and grounds. The Mortons are in town for the winter.] * Church Women Seek More Lunch Dishes Former Algona Girl Weds— Mrs. Augusta Lavrenx, Algona, announces the marriage at Tucson, Ariz., Friday, Nov. 17, at 8 p. m., of her daughter Esther to Cpl. Marvin R. Horr, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Horr, Tucson. A double-ring candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev. Aarnold Sitz at the Grace Lutheran church, Tucson, and the couple was attended by thc bride's sister Elda Lavrenz, Tucson, and Sgt. James Glasgow. Tho bridegroom and his attendant are members of the 502nd Army Air j Forces band at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson. | I Thc bride was atlired in a mid- \ night-blue velvet gown and wore : silver accessories, a gift of the bridegroom. Her sister wore a ! rose jersey gown with matching accessories. ;md thc bride and i attendant had corsages. The bride, who was born at Whittemore, but was graduated from thc Algona high school, was in federal employment service here and at DCS Moines before she went to Tucson a year or two ago, and she is now assistant registrar at the Tucson senior high school, which she will continue. Corporal Horr, who attended the University of Arizona at Tucson and majored in music, is affiliated wilh the Tucson Symphony orchestra and plays a French horn. It is believed that the band will be sent overseas soon. The corporal and his bride spent a brief honeymoon ;>l the Flying-V guest ranch near Tucson. Algcnian Weds a Sailor— Marjoric, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner, Algona, and Avery Apple, machinst mate first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Apple. Dallas, Tex., were mar- i ried Friday, Nov. 10 at the First I Methodist church, ,San Diego, Calif., Doctor Dunning, pastor, stetter gave a paper on ess work. New officers are: President, Mrs. Robert McCullough; vice, Mrs. Viola Douglas; .recording secretary, Bertha Godfre'y.' cor 1 responding se'cretary, Miss Mitchell; treasurer, Kay Mills., Heads of standing committees are: Spiritual life, MurierBurton; missionary cultivation, Lyla Olson; Christian social relations ancl church activity, Flora Tiss; Helen Mtichell; publicity, Mildred Bower; music, iivelyn Woodks; supply, Joyce Fraser, Congregational Women Elect-*-' Thc Congregational women,,at thc home of Mrs. W. P, French's Tuesday, elected officers: President, Mrs. August Slagle; 1st. vice, Mrs. Earl Sprague; 2nd vice, Mrs. D. D. Monlux; secretary, Mrs. E. J. Hough; treasurer,'Mrs. V. V. Naudain; chairman missionary society, Alice Ditsworth. Circle 4 will serve an association luncheon at the church .next week Thursday, Mrs. French chairman. Tuesday wick banker who now makes heri Thk i* u, I,,.—,- !,„„« „.,..* „* fU_ »!„;, ,,« .'" l "C NOV, meeting scheduled tor -— —--.. .. ,-,, ----. —— — \ '•••is IH me rii-oi .. i was cancelled because of trouble home here part of the time, en-1 everywhere ir , tlmc ck with the heating plant at the Ma-1 tertained at Thanksgiving dinner join in such n bcctl atll sonii Temple, but it is hoped to at the Algona hotel, and guests American Bn,, P ? ov .wnt«il have'th« furnace in order by next were Mesdames Wm. K. Fergu- j denomination,? C)cl J r isil Tuesday night, when a regular son, W. B. Quarton, J. F. Over- -~~~+^ meeting of the O,, E. S. for elec- myer, Helen Comfort, and Min- |v|EJf|Q|)|r[^jj^ CRUSADE WHO FLED tion of officers will be held. . , --- •Birthday Dinner for 7.Year-Old— nie J. Coate. Ann Stillman and Marjoric Dewel were honorecs at C p. Mr and Mrs. Burton Arrowood joint birthday dinner given entertained at a 1 o'clock dinner " --"—- "- - «' -<" Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Arrowood's son A'Jan Burt Scl- jchnow on his 7th birthday. Guests were Jacqueline and Ronald Arrowood, Spencer, who re- in. by the mothers, Mrs. G. W. SUllman and Mrs. D. E. Dewel, at the Dewel home Tuesday evening. There were 14 guests. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon entertained at dinner last week turned lo their home Sunday ( Wednesday, guests being Mrs. night after spending the week- ' '' «-..-- .end with the Arrnwoods. Algerians Daughter to Wed— Announcement of the engage- •, ment of Jane Barbara Laird, Los i Angeles, Calif., to Stewart Aid-1 rich . Barnes, aviation machinist- mate second class, son of Mr. and! Mrs, Walter Edgar Barnes, Desi Moines, was annunced in Sunday's Register by Mrs. Cidney F. Laird, Algona, and Lt. Col. C. B. Laird, Des Moines. Jr. C. C. Party Tonight- Josephine Southgatc, her brother, Wm. Trethaway, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan. BIBLE READINGS TILL CHRISTMAS ARE SUGGESTED • Churches represented in the spoke HI Sunday inoniiriK of the ChicaRo offi o odisl Crus:,de f nr Kreclwl ' UK- auditor C ctor Win-fi ary in Wm-s;iv Doct 'S:^^ with finds of others ,„ Germans in Sepln was captured'by lhc exchange! and rcll -•" then " Inter Warsaw, of llu> Doctor move- , merce is having a hard times par- operating m a ----- ----- — 7 - , ty a,t the Country club this even- ment sponsored by the American, sCL ™A m n m knrc mav invilo ! Bible Society for universal read-1 night. iurg ing and members may invite g/e'sts 3 Hayracks will le'ave the Algona hotel, 8:15 to 9. Card Party Planned— Bible daily from Thanksgiving till Christmas. Bible selections to tyc used were selected in a nationwide canvass _____________ Mrs, Stella Arndorfer announc- O f pastors and chaplains as thc es a card party at thc St. Bcnc- ! mos t helpful in times like these, diet hall next Tuesday evening under auspices of the Catholic women. The attendance of the public is invited. Benefit Parly Announced— The Plum Creek Woman's club will pive a benefit card party next Monday evening at 8 at thc Plum Creek Center schoolhousc, and the public is invited. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. Mrs. Laura Smith, former Ren- and In order of choice arc: John, 14; Psalms 23 and 1; Matthew, 5; Romans, 8; 1 Corinthians, 13; Psalm, 91; Matthew, 0; John, 3; Isaiah, 40; Psalm, 46; Romans, 12; Hebrews, 7; John, 15; Psalm, 27; Isaiah, 26; Psalm, J21; Phillipians, 4; Revelations, 21; Luke, 15; Ephcsians, 6; John, 17; Isaiah, 53; 1 Corinthians, 15; John, 10; Psalm, 51; Psalm, 37; John, 1; Revelations, 12; Psalm, 90; Luke, 2. Lu Verne 4-H Girl, To Give 2 Pan Lu Verne, N nv . 20-Th. • Wires 4-H K ir| s club of L?J townslnp. met Saturday aJ at thc rural home of L c Masterson , eight members] !two najIminatirndS? 1 1 Health Habits was tb su I a talk Riven by Gladys ^ . and Dennise Ci.rroll gave .' " n n / ;w ""'Is to make th i comfortable. Thc next, i will lie at Doris Fell's { wh " n P |:ins will be mad : Christmas p;,rtv, also a t , Barents ond friends I Year's. . . single-ring cere- D H Nor t on were | uest s. performing mony. j. ,^ bride was attired in a navy 1 blue traveling suit, with corsage ' of gardenias and red roses, and ' was attended by Mrs. C. J. Robinson, Los Angeles, who wore a dark blue suit with corsage of I gardenias. The bridegroom was [ attended by Floyd Allsup, ma' rhinisl mate first class, also of Dallas. The bride was graduated from the Algona schools, then taught in Kossulh rural schools. At Los' Angolcs she was employed in a' Federal Reserve bank. Mr. Apple, a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson high school, Dallas, attended the Texas University of A. & M. Following the wedding ceremony, dinner was served at the Grant Hotel, San Diego. The couple had a short honeymoon before the bridegroom left for overseas service. Mrs. Apple is now here and will remain in Algona for the present. Service Guild Elects— Thr- Wei-'leyan Service Guild met in the recreation room of the Methodist church Monday evening for dinner, followed by a pro- pram and election of officers. Hostes'.scd were Antoinette Bonn- Emma Jean Metzger and Mrs. Nickersons Have Reunion;— ) 1 A Nickerson Thanksgiving re-; union was held at A. J. Meyer's,' Ringsted, and attending were the Lurhl Fesslers, Ringsted, the | Louis Lowmans, Fenton, and the Arthur Alexanders and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson, Algona, the Fern Hul-. ings, Britt, were unable to .at- 1 tend. Dinner also celebrated jhe birthdays of Mrs. Nickerson 'and i Kappv B'day Club Meets— ;."' A Happy Birthday club met with Mrs. George Stewart Satijjr- ! day for dessert lunch. Members' are Mcsdumes Al Spongbcrg, Walter Klamp, W. J. Sigsbee, Wrn. Dchnert, Frank Vera, Stewart, Alma Nelson, J. I. Troutman,Edw. Blumcr, M. L. Vinaas, C. Ji. Sigsbcc, the two last of Burt, and Emma Spongbcrg; They do se^v- ing and knitting. • : ; Past Matron Meeting Cancelled— An O. E. S. past matrons' Lu Verne, Nov. 20—The Presbyterian Women's association met at the ihureh parlors Wednesday, Nov. 15, 24 women in .attendance. Mrs. Walter had charge of devotions, and Mrs. Marie Hunt read Iwo poems. A roomy cupboard has been purchased, and a china shower is planned for extra dishes to use in serving covered-dish lunches at the church. Committees were appointed for the annual bazaar and chicken pie supper Saturday afternoon and evening, Dec. 2U. Fenton Shower for Mrs. Don Berkland Fenton, Nov. 29—Mrs. Donald Berkland, nee Lorraine Jentz, was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Sunday at Mrs. Walter Krause's. There were 50 other guests, and at six tables of 500 Mrs. Chas. Newel won high. Mrs. Maurice Wallace second, Mrs. Enos Wrecie, Fairmont, an added prize. Assisting hostesses: Mrs. Walter Jenlz, Fairmont; Mrs. William Jentx, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. George Jentz. » Titonka Lions Are Planning Ice Rink Titonka, Nov. 22—Friday evening the Lions club had the annual pheasant dinner, cooked and served by members. All members were present, and after as much food as possible had been eaten, the surplus was bought by .members, and $65 was thus added to the club treasury. The club is sponsoring an ice rink this winter for school children and young people of th,e We Are Ready You ! Chrisciiilles AS ALWAYS- A GIFT PURCHASED FROM THIS QUALITY STORE IS DOUBLY APPRECIATED These New Coats Are Gorgeous Soft fleecy fabrics in both heavy and California weights. Beautifully tailored by nationally fam- aus makers. Also new herring bone and diagonal tweeds in rich new shades of Brown, Tax*, 3ray, and Blue. A uew overcoat does something for you. THE HUB CLOTHIERS FUR TRIM COATS We have a fine assortment of elegant fur trim. med coats in both misses and juniors and ladies and large women's. We feature only QUALITY FURS — RACCOON, wolf and Persian Lambs » —and these are priced both with and without excise tax. All colors are shown and the prices range from $39.95 (without excise) to $75.00 (without excise). Our misses and junior fur trimmed coats are priced at $65.00 plus excise. Large sixes from 41 to 45. FUR COATSI mous AW caii l)»l i l We f«nluro th« fai»»» g MS i'nr coiits, the able fur coats \ve W« sell directly iron. W own stock and we all coats under our ]ro^ store - policy • satisfaction at LEH*. fine selection <»l J inuskrut coats I> NEW COATS ARRIVING Some stores are advertising "SALES"—we are still NEW WINTER COATS in the wanted brown and blac| c^H 8 ' AUo we have iw»t received a nice sel ection SMALL SIZED WINTER COATS for those hard-lo-WJ lors. These coats come in brown, green and black and re« sizes 9,10 and 11. If you have had trouble finding » * try us, ALSO A BIG STOCK OF LARGE SIZED UNTRlM COATS IN BROWN AND BLACK. AUo hard to fmd The ChrischiUes StoM

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