Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1945 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1945
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PAGE EIGHT HEART ATTACK IS FATAL FOR CHAS. LEHMAN Charles Lehman, 40, died early Friday morning at his home at Vinton from coronary thrombosis. Funeral services were Sunday at the Methodist church in Vinton, the Rev. W. E. Butler in charge, and services at the grave were in charge of Masonic orders. Burial was at Mohona. News of Mr. Lehman's sudden KOSSUTH COVNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY, JUNE 5. Tiionkiant LeRoy, Weds Chicagoan— son of Mr. Tom Loats. Titonka, Ellen, daughter of_ Mr. Hesse, at four married and Mrs. and Mary and Mrs. go, were o'clock Satur- university .heological day at • the Dubuque chapel by the Rev, White, dean of the seminary. As Mrs. Grace Wilson played the wedding march, me bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. During the double ring | ceremony at Ray Davidson's officers were elected: Clark Phillips, president, Nelson Price, vice; commissioners, Barbara Platt, Larry Douglas, Marjorie Dewel, and Muriel Burgess; Fred Hutzell, secretary; Roger Didrikseijr, treasurer; Harriet Vining, pianist, Marjorie Dewel, assistant. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hansen entertained at ?. post-nuptial dinner Sunday honoring the latter's brother and bride, Mr. and Mrs. C. Vin' Harold Bobo, Arlington, Minn. other guasts were the John Kien i tz family, Calmar; Arn. Bobo Mrs . Anna Wauge, Mr. and Mrs. , Wm . A . Ladendorf, all Algona. | Mrs. George Myers and Mrs. garl Milstead entertained 20 at dessert bride luncheon last week SEXTON Thecla Aman, Mason City, vis- , - , 194$. as Greenville, visited over Mem- a half. . '< ^"s J^sday orial day with her parents, Mr.' Mrs. William Hartley, who is Charlotte wase, and Mrs. Harvey Steven, and making her home at Britt, visit- spenl^ irorn relatives. w- „ » Re «w wcrj till bun making her home at r, vs- i ede over Memorial day at Soren day at the home of her grana . •on bert ..... _____________ J 1L , rs Mrs. Ffahk De Vary and three '.Travis, all of Storm Lak? sons, and he*, mother, Mrs. Ev-i, Mrs. Bernard. Miller and , ans, Masoh City, visited In Sex- Mason City, were M cmo lj a , so . n V ton Tuesday afternoon : en route visitors' at the homo of tx ay toSwea City, where they visited mother, Mrs. Mary Miiw w ith fela- over Memorial day with fela-j Mrs. B. E Sanders went lives V- *••• „ tj (Mason City Wednesday CVP, Ray Huff, Cedar Rapids, came to visit over'the weekend at Tuesday morning for hia m0 ' h " m ° ~« ^~- -!-«-- >• dl ther's funeral Tuesday afternoon. His wife, ill in a hospital there, was unable to come. home of her sister, Mrs •mencement of her ncice stance Joy DeWildc. ' death was a shock to relatives Dorothy Drake sang he Lord's Tuesday at the officers clubhouse at the PW camp. High score was won by Mrs. R. E. Hill; deuce prize by Mrs. Baugh- and friends here. So far as is known locally he had been in his usual health. He awakened at 3 o'clock Friday morning and complained of pain, and his wife wanted lo call a doctor. The pain subsided, then recurred, and a doctor was called, but before he arrived Mr. Lehman had died. Mrs. Lehman telephoned his Prayer. Miss Hesse was gbwned in' white, floor length taffeta with a fingertip veil held in place by left for Algona 'o inform their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Charles was born on a farm near Cullom, 111., November 17, 1904. When he was nine years old his parents came to Kossuth county to a farm two miles east of Algona, in Cresco township, which they had bought. He attended the rural school nearest hte farm, nd had three years at the high school here. He started working for the Kent Motor Co. in 1929. and continued with them till 1941, when a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a white Bible, and flowers were a white orchid and sweetpeas knotted in narrow white satin streamers jthat hung from the Bible. The attendants weri; Virginia who wore a sheer f floor length dress, andPfc. Clarence Loats, brothbr of the bridegroom. There w;is a dinner and reception at ihe Heller home following the ceremony, i The new Mrs. Loats is a graduate of Dubuque university, and the past year taught junior high, at Monroe, Wis. Mr. Loats is studying for the Presbyterian ministry, and will be [graduated and ordained next December, i He and his bride have gone to where ne is stud- of a Presby-, Con g regational Mr _ ..... -...- Tom Loats, Tithe bought the Ford agency at onka wjth their ron ' Kenneth, Vinton, and moved there June 1 a tended the wedding. of that year. ; Marriage to Audry Fritz, for mer Algona September 2, They established their first home at Hobart, and became the parents of two children, Thomas ner association will meet in the association will meet at church cheon. Mrs. W. W. Annis will have charge of devotions, arid Miss>Coate will have a program on inciia. First Lutheran Dorcas will meet Thursday at northeast Hagg and Mrs. Ross Calhoun assisting. The Delphian society, Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, president, is to a picnic at the Call state today. The W.C.T.U. will meet Wed- at 2:30 at Mrs. E. N. for a picnic supper g and luncheon will be held Thursday at the Methodist church. St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet at Mrs. Dora Fraser's Thursday. II Other Society ? Mr. and Mrs. Frankj Cink had had been married 35 years Friday, and that evening .they were honorees at a surprise party -* 1 PW ARRIVES HOME. I Livermore, June 4—Howard Smith, who was a German prisoner of war for the last two yea rs.and who was recently lib- crated, arrived last Sunday for visit with his mother, Mrs. c, and Judy Kay. one planned by relatives artd friends, Georgia &mun. " Charles, 4, year old. In Vinton Mr. Lehman was act- and were presented vJith a gift! by 30 guests Cink children who PILOT'S BODY FOUND. Livermore, May 28 _ Mrs Mv' . , _ - ive in church, civic and frater- atended were Mrs. Mik|e Stoeffel, rtle Bachma'n received word the The Gift Million One Dad nal circles. He was a member West Bend; Mrs. Ruth : Robinson, of the Methodist church, president of the Greater Vinton club, a Mason. =tnd a Shriner. Surviving are his wife, two children, hh parents here, and his sister. Thc Lchmans and their daughter left here Saturday for Vinton to attend the funeral. JEAN HIGGINS IN NEW YORK who returned here from Los A- gelous two week ago; Julius, of p.Rncroft.; and Lillian, at home. A son James died in service last October. J Brbara Ann, yp^r old daughter 1er of the Kenneth Bran-, dow, had a birthday Friday, and helping celebrate were: Mrs. Harvey Larson. Burt, riauphter Lindn: Mrs Fllsworth Brandow, son Tcrrill; Mesdames Leo Walters. Harold Brandow, and Walter Brandow: and Billv, and Mary Lou Clawson. Barbara Ann had a big birthday cake with one candle. At a moetine of the Methodist bod y o f her son Vernon Bach- rnanri) wno had 'been reported missing has been found. The p ] an e he was on had crashed into a mountain. •••••••••••1 U H • a • H • • Jean, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins, Whittemore!, who early in thc spring was selected Senior Youth Fellowship Sunday as member of the advisory j staff of Charm magazine, has now been awarded her trip io New York City, and a week at the Barbizon hotel for women. All expenses are paid by the magazine, including a gift of $50 for incidental expense. Jean arrived in New York Sunday by plane. Before Easter Jean was one of eight girls chosen by a large Chicago store 10 select wardrobe not to exceed $100 in cost which would be practical and! becoming to business girls. She was one of the winners and was presented with the clothes she had selected. Recently the store inaugurated a service by which business girls can tclcpnone orders for clothing and have their orders ready for them when they can. Miss Higgijis makes selections one afternoon and one night a week for such girls. She was graduated by Presentation Academ, Whitemore, and went to Chicago, where she is in the employ of the U. S. Gypsum Co., in the personnel department. Only girl in thc family, Jean has six brothers, two of whom are in .service. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Winter, Lakota. EX-PW GETS' DISCHARGE. Livermore, June 4—Clarence Shreiber, a German prisoner, who was recently released . anu spent a furlough here, received an honorable discharge recently and arrived here Wednesday. * WILD DUCKS HATCHED. Swea,City, June 4—A little put of the ordinary run of business at thc Swea City hatchery was the hatching of 41 wild ducklings belonging to he Rudy Hardt farm nr (•••HE;IB i = NURSE OVERSEAS. Lt. Patricia Matern, army nurse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern here, has been ordered overseas. She had been at a west coast point of cmbark- tion for some time. Her parents received .her APO address last v/eck. !• w u • H a u a a Bj U H S3 M Kfl UNION DRESS SALE ANNEX Begins Thursday, May 31st We are having a little sale all by our lonesome over at the ANNEX—about 35 to 50 good looking QUALITY DRESSES mostly from the Main store—911 accumulation of odds and ends and mostly SMALL SIZES. You'll find much of interest in this sale— some very attractive dresses in prints, plain crepes and cotton novelties. The main group will be one price—so small that it wouldn't cost much more than an ordinary cotton dress but values tq twice as much. Why don't you look us over this week-end? « That's.my Pop", says you, your chest expanding beyond measure. Yes, "that's your Pop." That's the man who would take his shirt off for you—the man who would do anything in his power to make you happy. Show him how much you appreciate his love and his thoughtfulness. Father's Day is coming up—"His Day" the one day out of 365 set aside for "him". .Make it extra special with a War Bond, a gift Dad will sincerely appreciate. And for his added pleasure slip the Bond into a gift selected from our fine round-up of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leininger, of Boone, called at Rudolph Will's Memorial day. Mrs. Rudolph Wil is seriously ill at her home following several months of lingering illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lundstrom and four daughters of Quitrnan, Texas, came for a visit at the home of Mrs. Lundstrom's mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredsen. Mrs. Lunstrom -was Max'.'.ne Sainpi The family is mov.'tvl Jirorn Quiiman, 'which is meat Dallas, Texas, to Springs, which is near New Ulrn, Minn. Milton Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, a recent inductee is now stationed at Camp Fannin, Texas. It is near Tyler, Texas, and is so hot that Milton said if our Iowa corn was down there it would grow three feet in one night. Lowell Samp, son of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, is now located at a camp near San, Diego, Calif. He is a radio mechanic on the large planes. The unit he is with is scheduled to stay in the United States. ' Pvt. James Elmore returned to Hot Springs, Ark., Friday following a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore. He is feeling fine now. • • • II • • M • • H H • Also some good buys in Spring COATS & SUITS which we want to sell quickly. Prices have really been CUT on this little group— only about 2|0 pieces in all—and to give you an idea of the bargains—some $35.00 garments are selling a^ only $22.50. That's the best bargain you've s|een for a long time. Group of soiled blouses—sold for as much as $5.00—while they last—we're tired of looking at 'em—choice only $1.00. Last call on straw hats for ladies—if they don't sell for 50c we'll feed 'em to the cows. WE'RE REALLY SERIOUS ABOUT THIS, FOLKS. Thfs is a mighty important sale so don't miss i<|. This week at Algona's BARGAIN CENTER—THE ANNEX. 0 B rEi •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• FATHER'S DAY .Airman Sportshirts in Supeiba Ties — His smart, cool, spun favorite in sure-fire rayons . .patterns 3.50 to 5.85 $1 to 1.50 Interwoven Socks — McGregor Sweaters— always a welcome 100% all-wool, coat gift ' or pullover style 45c 65c 5.00 to 7.50 Clothiers

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