Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1944 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1944
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HAQE FOUR GORDON LOEBIG, OF WESLEY, IS NEW 2ND LIEUT. . Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 21—Gordon F. Loebig, Wesley, la., now wears the gold shoulder bars of a second lieutenant in the army medical administrative medical corps as the result of graduation Wednesday, Dec. 20, in a large officer candidate school class in a medical field service school at barracks here. The group had completed four months' training. Chosen to attend the school by reason of excellent military records, the men won their commissions on the basis of merit and outstanding performance of duty. At various posts of duty they will take over administrative duties and thus permit doctors and dentists to give sole attention to cases re quiring professional skills. Reunion at Alf Studer's— Gerald Studer, V-12 at a Kentucky school, arrived Friday on furlough at his parental Alf Studer's, and three Studer daughters, their families — the Edvv. Downs family, Hayfield, Minn., the Leo Youngs, Garner, and the George Kelches, Kanawha—were there Sunday. Mae Studer is at Miami, Fla., and Julia Ann, now Mrs/ Ralph Jarvis, her husband, and baby live at Wichita, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain went to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Hildman had a physical check-up. Eldon Waldschmidts Parents— A girl, Elaine Marie, 7-lb. 4 oz., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Waldschmidt, Clear Lake, December 17 at Mercy hospital, Mason City. She is a first child. Eldon a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Fort Dodge, formerly Wesley, was recently given a medical discharge from the army. Enlists in Merchant Marine Robert Kirkpatrick, of Chicago, arrived Thursday for the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick, at the Reno hotel. He had been employed a year in defense work, but has now enlisted in the merchant marine. and county KOSSUTH Parly for the Busy Bees— Shirely Kouba and Nancy Daughn entertained the Busy Bees at a Christmas party at Kouba's last Thursday evening. The girls had an exchange of Christmas gifts and an evening MORE LOCALS PAGE 6 Harry Holmes submitted to an operation at a Fort Dodge hospital two weeks ago and was brought home Friday evening by Mrs. Holmes and his son Tom. He is able to be up most of the time now. Fr»d Urch and son Wilfred, of Wisconsin, Minn., visited from Saturday till Wednesday with the Paul Blacks, the Irving Urch- es and the Roland Jenkinses. Mr. Urch and Mrs. Black are brother and sister. Phyllis Rich, Des Moines; Mrs. John Gettman, Mason City; Mrs. Harold Campney, Waterloo, and Mrs. Harold Kuecker, of West Bend, attended the funeral of Albert Walker here Thursday afternoon. W. H. Irwin, Sac City, came to spend Christmas with his daughter. Mrs. F. Earl Burgess and family and will remain with his i granddaughter Muriel, until her I parents and brother return from , Nashville, Tenn. I Students home for the holidays with their parents are: Mary Amundson from Cornell, Sue! Norton, Grinnell, June Ann Scan- i Ian, Rosary college, Chicago, and : Charlotte Johnson from the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago. j Pvt. Daryl Ball, son of the Wm. ' Batts, formerly of Algona but now of Burt, is spending four days travel time there from Camp- Robinson, Ark., en route to Ft. Me-ade," Md. He is in an in-, fantry replacement company. \ The Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess and. son Roger left Wednesday night for Nashviile, Tenn., and the Rev. Mr. Burgess will attend a National Methodist conference on Christian education from Friday till Wednesday. i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson! and three children, Charles City, spent the Christmas holidays i of games followed by lunch. Boy's Appendix Removed— Tommy Forburger, young son j of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger,! had an appendectomy at the Kos-' suth hospital last Thursday, and his sister Vera, R. N. at Mason, City, cared for him. j Girlg Win, Boys Lose— The local girls' basketball team defeated the Luverne girls 34-28 in a game here last week Tuesday evening, but the Wesley boys were defeated by Luverne. Boy Has an Operation— Garth, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman, had a mastoid operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Monday. Married j ea nne City, Swea City, D< wedding of unu place Saturdaj Jeanne Alice daughter of Edi Sperbeck, of th aid, became the COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA _ Sperbeck, of Swea Bride of Fenton Youth c] 27— A holiday I ual interest took evening, Sperbeck, when only _.,f or and Mrs. Ray ! Swea City Her- bride of Lt. Robt ----- „. „„. „„„„, A. Schwartz, youngest son of Mr, , and Mrs. J. A. . . Fenton Reporte: The ceremony , Schwartz, of the 7:30 at the Spe rooms were decorated with quets of pomsel anthemums, at took place at beck home The bou- tias, white chrys d ferns. White carried out the ""PHIS PICTURE IS OF Rulh A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, German township, north of Titonka, who, as reported in last week's Advance society columns, wa smarried Dec. 6 at Hartford,., Conn.,_. Methodist church to Sgt. Herman R. Cha^d- ler, of Kellerion, la. The cut ; failed to arrive in lime to go with the story. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnston, managers of the European hotel and with her grandmother Mrs. Emma Dehnert. Rulh Black, teacher at Elmhurst, 111., and her sister Evelyn j who teaches at Sac City, are! spending the holidays here with | their parents, the Paul Blacks.; They will return to their work' next week to begin school Janu-1 ary. 3. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor, Mrs. Merle Webster and son Richard' went to Mason City Sunday and spent Christmas \vith the Taylor daughter, Mrs. W. B. Rae and family. The Taylors returned Monday evening a'nd the Websters Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and daughter Ann, Des Moines, came Thursday to spend Christmas with her parents, the H. E. Rists. Mr. O'Haire returned to Des Moines Tuesday but his wife and daughter will remain here until after New Years. The Rev. N. A. Price left Wednesday night for Nashville, Tenn., to attend the National Methodist conference on Christian education from Friday to Wednesday. He is president of the board of education of northwest Iowa conference. Helen; daughter of Jos. Besten- lehner employed by the FBI at Washington, D. C., will return to tapers further Christmas their . The bridal patty entered to the the music of played by Mrs The Rev. S. A wedding march S. A. Andersen. _. ... Andersen performed the single-ring ceremony. The bride's goWn was of white chiffon, floor-length, with a corsage of white gardenias and red rosebuds. Her "jewelry was a necklace which had been worn „„,„.., -,„„ ., , •by her mother on the occasion of I ^ ^7 JJ&J and brothers her work Frids with relatives mas day the family with the Besti y after two weeks here. On Christ„ had dinner itilehner daughter Mrs. Lewis Duffy, .Whittemore. H. S. Fain, the hog feed man at Humboldt, was here one day last week, and (said that on January 2 or 3 he and his wife, with Mr. and Mrs. John Light, Fenton, would leave for a stay till March 15 at H<it Springs. Mo. Mr. Fain is troubled with/low blood pressure. Mrs. J. W. Griffith, secretary to Colonel Shane, state medical director of selective service, Des Moines, spent thristmas with her parents, Mr. ajid Mrs. M. J. McCall. Her husband, Cpl. J. W. Griffith, is with General Patton's third army, aid has been overseas since March. The postmisler at Dayton, Iowa, has sent notice that the Advance of Luella Duncan is unclaimed. No word has been received from] this subscriber, whose subscription is paid till December, 11)45. Will anyone who know;, her present address let the Advan:e know? Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, Dos Moines, spent Christmas with the former's mother, Mrs. Joe Bes- tenlehner, and brother Donald Wood and S.-Sgt, Sigwell Wood. the latter's wedding.- The groom wore his officer's dress uniform. Attendants were the groom's brother and wife, Editor and Mrs. James Schwartz, of a Rockwell City paper. Guests included the immediate families. Refreshments were served following the ceremoro". The couple left for. a short trip, after which they expected to spend a few days with Fenton and Swea City relatives before driving to Westhampton Beach, Long Island, New York, where they will make their home for the present. The new Mrs. Schwartz is a graduate of the Swea City high school, and since graduation had assisted her parents in the Herald office. Possessed of unusual artistic talent, she has taken private instruction in drawing and painting, and has made a hobby of interior decoration. Lieutenant Schwartz was graduated from the Fenton high his father -._ -. the Reporter office, acting as editor for one year. He entered Iowa State college at Ames, and gained additional journalistic experience as a member of the staff of the Iowa State Student. Mr. Schwartz was inducted in- ALGONIAN IN THE INDIA-CHINA AIR UNIT MAKES GOOD Air Transport Command Base, India, (Undated)—Promotion of Sgt. Clifton F. Phillips to staff sergeant has been announced by the commanding general of the India-China division, Air Transport Command. Sgt. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Phillips, Algona, la., has been in the army since September, 1942, and is an instrument specialist. His wife lives at Los Angeles. Phillips has been in the India- Burma theater since Sept. 19, 1943, serving with this India wing of the India-China division, Air Transport Command. This is the U. S. army air force unit which operates the famed aerial link over the treacherous Himalaya 'between India and mountains China. JOS. BISENIUS, WHITTEMORE, IN FIGHTING UNIT A dispatch from the Fifth U. S. army in Italy includes Cpl, Jos. _ ------ ..„„ ,.. UIA ,_ 1 , >JVI „,- p. Bisenius, Rfd 2, Whittemore, a to tne army before completion of gunner, in a list of lowans in the Gen divis- his college course, and is now an 135th regiment of Lt. i!J ? w C !£ r m . thc _, arm y air fo rce Clark's famed "Red Bull" at Westhampton Beach,, a special | ion Hnn n a7, ^w- fo1 : pre^embarka- urmA P -f-n u S ™ fe Wl11 r «na"» with him till he is sent overseas. This regiment, which seems to have seen as hard service as any the American armies any- ' in where, now has only 600 of the more 'than 3000 Minnesota national guardsmen with which it started. Replacements have numbered nearly a division/ Around a thousand men have been killed and some thousands wounded.. The regiment recently completed its 338th day in combat. :It has fought all the way up Italy, and was in the Anzio invasion. It landdd in Italy a year ago last September and has spent a thousand flays overseas. It fought in North Africa before the invasion of Italy. ,, WEISKE FUNERAL SERVICES AND BURIAL AT BURT Burt, pec. 27—Funeral services were held here Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church for Edw. Weiske, Forest City, formerly of Burt. The Rev. Mr. Richmann, now a pastor near Fairmont but till a few months ago pastor here, had charge. ' Mr. Weiske, who was 50 last September, was employed by the Burt. creamery for some years, and he was considered an excellent buttermaker., It was found that an operation on Mr. Weiske was necessary over a year ago, but after it he never fully regained his health. He was employed by the Forest City creamery from April till September this year, and the family moved from Burt in May. Surviving are the widow and the following children: Harold, Luella, Herbert, Dale, Velma, Myrna, and Judy. One sister, Mrs. Henry Munson,. Livermore, It was three brothers had Christmas tirrje. cr, Robert, if seas. years since the been together at Another broth- in service over- BEGINS FRIDAY-DECEMBER 28th ONCE AGAIN CHRISTENSF.N'S nppcu ITTC I ONCE AGAIN CHRISTENSEN'S OFFER ITS •^Annual Pre-Inventory Clearance of Coats and Dresses. In view of ^•^ time shortages this big Clearance event offers an< onnorrimlfv ™K,V war * • _ ~ —•——-»«*^»m^«. *-»• A «~o«»v«y« J.&1 v Iw W Ul WCifl • time shortages this big Clearance event offers am opportunity which every woman should take advantage of. Coat € V e n t Coats of Famous Christensen quality, featuring such makes as "Sterling," "Paramount" and "Leeds," with or without Fur Collars, including the modish Chesterfield and other styles — ALL REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE ONE GROUP OF COATS I Fleece and Kurls These are excellent values of Junior, Misses' and Women's Coats. A few with nice fur collars and others without, in the plain tailored styles. A Sensational Clearance. PRICE GROUP S C •* ^1 1 5 Dress Clearance DRESSES A wicle selection of styles, fabrics, and in- Garments that were eluding many famous makes. 2 Large Groups at Big Savings GROUP $ priced up to $12.95, both regular and half sizes- light and dark colors. Ch Garments from both wool and silk — black and colori. Junior, "ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY 1945 CRACKERS MAYFLOWER OLIVES SWEET PICKLES . ILL PICKLES... :;:::.;.v::.':' CANADIAN CLUB 19c «,, Sparkling Water Soda . . . vfor Ginger Ale .... I|5 C POTATO CHIPS 10C..20C TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT AT THEIR BEST WHITE 10 ta 3k jumbo size .... APPLES BU. JONATHANS 3.98 Box Extra Fancy * DELICIOUS... .. 4.49 '/2 Box Extra r'ancv DELICIOUS.. ... 2.19 QUALITY MEATS CAPONS DUCKS CHIfKFNS FRESH FISH OYSTERS1 PREM-MOR-TREE flllllCTIV fcl ' ' ImLI JllA SMALL MEATY SPARE RIBS . AMERICAN BEAUTY OLEO . ... . . . . . 2," 49c BU JONATHAN ... 3.93 California Sunkist NAVEL ORANGES „., 59< Dude Ranch Imitation MAPLE SYRUP BLUE KARO SYRUP Jack Sprat ENRICHED FLOUR ENRICHED FLOUR ENRICHED FLOUR MEDIUM IVORY SOAP SMALL OXYDOL .5 ibs.28? . 25 Ibs. I .3 F . 50 lbs.2.4/ CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE Jack Sprat PANCAKE FLOUR 3 lb , 17* JACK SPRAT SALT . 2 Pk3 J5< Betty Crocker SOUP MIX 3, ka ,.27< • • bottle lUC Swansdown CAKE FLOUR . ^25* Caiumet ' BAKING POWDER . . J6 . 0 J7« OXYDOL AND DUZ 23( ™RY .-.••- 3 ibi.73( • • « « jar was recently married •„ I Mrs. Bavcr, Tn,,,,,, 'vv"' last four children : r ( ' Dale graduating (), V Burial was i,, I' H ' : "'' Richard WoK Uln » Mrs. Baver nrrivTcfs n ,, Mr - bert spent a row',hv« a V mother, but had i,f s * llh camp before Tuesday Vi Ur " in the Pacific. II;ir * iir <ildj vre^'/i^v viM/1 ,.,, M o t£t) — Mows fi:80-f.'ond WORKINGS 0-My True Slory.. M n.nnlo Hurrt I. n :;- R • .30-Th, IIlBKln, Ii,-ys...Mo". fc What, Cuoliin 1 ? ........... & Tho !« )U th:.rn:ure.i ........... Sii 9:45-Ono Wo,,,,n'., Opinion ..... j ,. „„ Tho Listening IVt..Tiira, thr KhOO-nrenkfart at Sardi's. ,H on . ihj; I winy s Jlnm.nj.'i!,'.-. .. Percy U. Crawford ........ 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