The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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FORMER 1RV1NGTON RESIDENT DIES IN LAHARPE, ILL. Irvinglon: Word has been re «elved here of the death of Win Curtis on December 19 nt La Harpe, 111. Wm. was the son o Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis, pioneer farmers who lived south of lowi for many years. As a youth lie attended the local Algonn schools and was always interested in all early day activities. Preceding him in death besides his parents are his three sisters and o brother who were Elmer, E... (Mrs. Matthew Kelly), Carrie (Mrs. John Johnson) and Clara (Mrs. Lee Heisrodt) the latter being twins. Those from here who attended the funeral services were J. A. Johnson, Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Mrs. Elmer Kelly. Junior Mawdsley. son of ROSCOI-- Mawdsley has enrolled at Ames for a three months' course in agriculture. Mrs. Dorothy Mawdsley Abbott left for her home in Los Angeles last Tuesday after spending a month's visit with her father, Edw. Mawdsley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam entertained at a 500 party last Friday evening. Mrs. Gilbev Hargreaves received high score lor the ladies and Donald Robison high for the men. An error in a last week's news item stated that J. A. Mawdsley had visited with his brother at Centralia, Mo., and it should have read J. A. Maasdam. Jake spent a few days with his brother Will. Vernon Robison, 2nd class motor machinist mate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robisun. arrived home last Monday on a 30-day leave. Vernon has been in the South Pacific over two years and has been around most of the islands where there lias been action. His ship landed Pedro. at San Mr. and Mrs. David Smith left Monday morning for Seattle, Wash., where David will report for duty after spending a 30-day leave with friends and relatives here over the holidays. After a short stay at Seattle Mrs. Smith Will go to San Francisco td visll her brother, Sgt. Leroy Schepp- mann* who has been stationed there for some time. Presbyterian Youth to Obaerve Week of January 21 to 28 The youth week of the Presbyterian denomination will be Jan. 21 to 28, inclusive. Presbyterians have been making plans to observe the week locally. The two Westminster Fellowship groups, junior >and senior, have scheduled a youth banquet at the church Tuesday, Jan. 23, to which all of ;he young people of the church have been invited, and a Sunday morning worship hour on Jan. 28, young people's day at which time he youth will conduct the serv- ce. Committees appointed for ac- ivities are, program, Bob Butts, jhirley Bowman, Ellen Roscoe, Claudia Pollard; decoration, Jane Brown, Don Asa, Mell Peterson, Tom Barker; ticket, Wallace Rosoe, Leona Tammen, Ronald Peerson, Billy Guderian. Miss Wilma Runge and Miss "rlendora Burback are the co- ponsors of the junior high group nd are also assisting in the plan- ing of the week. Dakota Boy Wounded In Philippines Action Lakota: Pvt. Eugene Wertjes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wert- jes, o.C Lakota, was wounded in action a few days before Christmas according to notice received by his parents. Eugene entered the service in November of 1943, was sent overseas in May, 1944 and has been in the Philippines the past two months. Eugene was shot in the thigh and is a patient in an army hospital in the Philippine area. No Respect Hamburg firemen get no rest from fighting fires even though iTTfcWEDUtoSCH&OI IM >-|^r«bVI(.l*Cy WORE OUI* 'WO CAftS, WAS NEVER tO BAR W \<M\ $ANt>MN HAS NOW Been COMMISSIONED TO PRACTl'66, U.S,SuPR6(A6(iOURr,.* STICKING TO THE RAILROAD 'TIL TOE WAR IS OVER/THEN WILL TURN KA/OWSA/O A<S£ UM/T Cl ETY Ruth Ann Potter AVcds — ALGONIAN GRADUATE NAVY RADIO SCHOOL Thursday, Dec. 21, , ".,,,, , .. -,-=>-• pt-iiunuea inursaay, jjec. 21. .hey are "all dressed up" and at- 1944 when Ruth Ann p u d onHinrT T nm Y« 11 retain! v Hfinctn T .nor *~»i. t -r -^. — _ _ . tending their weekly dance. Last week the firemen were called from heir dance to extinguish a small Dlaze. It was the third fire they lad been called on to extinguish n the one week. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JAN. 12-13 Jon Hall, Louise Allbritton, Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton —in— "SAN DIEGO I LOVE YOU" Added Attraction: "New March of Time" — "Up Beat in Music" Fun for the Family Saturday SUNDAY AND MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16-17 Daily Matinee 2 P. M. THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY, JAN. 18-19-20 \f l/at/ AS YOUR HAPPIH£$$ M£MQX/E5£ .^ JACK DONALD ', PtGOf *^N Sf OAKlE-O'CONNOR- RYAN-Bltfft **% LAUGHING! LOW SINGING! OANCINU ;HURH(IGGING! <-; 2nd BIG HIT Chas. Korvin Ella Raines Gale Sondergaard §' MONABAHS "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" Fun for the Family Saturday Charles LaDon McDonough, both oC Schaller, were united in marriage by the Rev. M. G. Bell in the Presbyterian church in Schaller. The bride was attired in a white taffeta gown with a short train and finger-tip veil and carried poinsettias. Attending her was her sister, Kathleen, who Wns dressed in an aqua blue chiffon gown with head veil and carrying white chrysanthemums. The groom's brother, Clyde, acted as best man. The bride's brothers, Donald and Jim, were ushers. Mrs. Feldhans as pianist played Lohengrin's wedding march as the bride was given in marriage by her father before an altar with baskets of white chrysanthemums and white tapers on either side. I A reception was held for the 1 fifty guests in the church parlor. The table was decorated in white with red poinsettia plants placed about the room. A lovely three- tier cake made the centerpiece. The bride, daughter of Dr. and Mrs, L. A. Potter, now pf.Algona and formerly,;...of Schallert/is a graduate ,;jof'The Schaller- high school. She attended Iowa" Stat college, Ames, and Coe college Cedar Rapids, three years; an r also took a business course at the American Institute of Business Des Moines. She was a membei of the Kappa Delta sorority a Coe. Ruth was employed for two years as a stenographer in Cherokee, Iowa. Later she operatec her father's locker plant in Schaller when he opened a locker plant here. The groom, son of Mrs Edith McDonough of Schaller, is a graduate of the Odebolt high school. The couple took a short honeymoon trip and is now at home on a farm near Schaller. Miller-Hutchins Wedding— Edna Mary Miller, daughter of Leo Miller, was married to Car- roil Robert Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, January 10 at nine o'clock in the morning at the St. Cecelia Catholic church with Father J. M. Mallinger of- ciating. The bride was attired in a white floor length dress with a floor length veil and carried a bouquet of pink roses, white chrysanthemums and baby breath. She wore a necklace of pearls, a gift from the groom. Mrs. Lucille Lindsley, bridesmaid, wore a gold floor length dress and a shoulder veil of blue. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and bronze carnations tied \yith blue ribbon. Kathryn Hutchins, sister of the groom, was flower girl and wore a blue floor length dress. Edward Miller, brother of the bride, was best man. Louis McEnroe and Harold Bode were mass servers. Musical numbers were Schubert's "Ava Maria", "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother", and "Oh, Lord I Am Not Worthy," with Josie McEvoy at the organ. A wedding dinner was held at noon at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's home for the immediate families. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw, Whittemore, and Mrs. Anna Lillie, grandmother of the bride, Wesley. The newlyweds have rented the tenant house on the Frankl farm east of Algona and Carroll will continue to farm with his father. Friendly Club Meets— The Riverdale Ladies Friendly club gathered at the home of Mrs James Patterson last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Verle Patterson was assisting hostess. The president and secretary-treasurer being absent, Mrs. Julius Capesius, vice-president, and Agatha Thlli ges took charge of the meeting. Roll call was given on "New Year's Keep." Resolutions Following I Want to the business OStftWHt OtCAMPt ISABEL itiVHL- iQHN MILIAN Eastern Star Installation— The Order of Eastern Star will install the 1945 officers at a meeting to be held Tuesday, January 18 at the Masonic Temple. This is an open meeting and the public is invited. Mrs. Pearl Potter is the retiring worthy matron. New elected officers are as follows: Eva Wille, worthy matron; Clint Lighter, worthy patron; Lora Raft ey, associate matron; Albin Spongberg, associate patron; Myrtle Lighter, secretary; Lois Thompson, treasurer; Lillian Wadleigh, conductress; Leota Geigel, associate conductress. Other new officers are as follows: Betty Henry, chaplain; Zoe Pollard, marshal; Mary Hough, organise; Fama Lindholm, Adah; Leah Irons, Ruth; Clara Shilts, Esther; Mavis Anderson, Martha; Dorothy Rasisieur, Electa; Clarice Sarr chet, warden; Wesley Button, se»-i tinel. ] meeting the afternoon was spent socially and a lunch served. Mrs. Arvid Christ and daughter were guests. The next meeting will be held Feb. 7 at the home of Mrs. Vern Barker with Mrs. Julius Capesius assisting. Frideres Twins Have Birthday Party— A birthday party was given by Mrs. Rosella Frideres New Year's night honoring the third birthday of her twins, Jackie and Judy Ann. Those present besides the family were the grandparents, Mr; and Mrs. Peter Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres and children, Kenneth and LaDonna, Vic Frideres, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Norbert ^Frideres• -and :daughte*f? Mary Rae of Bode; Mr. "and Mrj3. Matt Frideres of Algona, and Mi-, and Mrs. Ray Muller of West Bend. It was also the second birthday of Mary Rae Frideres. Men's Club Entertains— The Presbyterian Men's club entertained the women at the annual Ladies Night Wednesday evening. A supper was given at 6:45 with Mrs. N. D. Mitchell in charge and with the girls of Westminster Guild serving. The program ! was in charge of A. E. Kresensky, Harold Clayton, and Andrew Hansen. Fun singing was directed 'by Rev. C. C. Richardson and the evening was spend in games and recreation. Buchanans Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan entertained at dinner and bridge Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mc- ullpugh, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. LaBarre. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. VIcCullough won high prize and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Foster won 'ow prize. Entertain Club— Mrs. Antone Johnson entertained her bridge club Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Raymond Vorton. They had a chicken din- ler at Cook's and then returned ;o the Johnson home and played 3ridge. Mrs. Milton Norton v/as high. ongrcgational Guild— The Congregational Young Women's Guild met for supper at the church Monday evening. There were 25 present and the regular program was held. Miss Esther Quinby gave a talk on "School Code." Mrs. Robert LaBarre Will Entertain— Mrs. Robert LaBarre will entertain her bridge club on Friday. Mrs. James Morris of Kansas City will be a guest, Dinner for Jim Dodds— Duane Walluljait entertained at a dinner party Thursday evening n honor of Jim Dodds S-2c who was home on leave from Great Liakes. ?irst Lutheran Mission Society— The First Lutheran Mission society will meet at the home of Mrs. L. E. Hovey Friday at 2:30 with Mrs. G. D. Brundage assist- ng. Bridge Club Meets- Mrs. M. J. Streit entertained ler bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. A. Scheme! was high and Mrs. Fred Kent was low. Bible Class Meets— The Women's Bible class of the Congregational church met with . Andrew Peterson Wednesday afternoon. Bible Club Meets— The Bible Searchers club met Vednesday with Mrs. Ellen Bjus^ rom. There were 21 members present. Sewing The Sewing club will meet at Mrs. W, A. Jfftrdy'* o» Tyes^ay, 'Lakes, tU«> tfafl< W this fyeek's graduation 1 ceremonies at 'the Naval Twining School (Ra-> •dio) 6n the campus of Wtecotiain tiiver*ilty, Madison, wls.. qualified bluejacket Hugh T, Matern, 18, sail of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ms* tern, Algona, la.,, as & radio op* eratot- with the fleet. Selection to attend the special* ty. school was made oh the basis of recruit training aptitude tests. The" complete course of study^ included the operation, function, and maintenance of radio transmitting and receiving equipment, as wefl as sending and receiving messages in international code. Sgt. Scheppmann, Jr. N^w Serving In India „ "fr'vjngton: In a recent letter frbrtt Sgt. Henry Scheppmann Jr., to his parents, Mr, and Mrs, Henry Scheppmann, Sn, he revealed his whereabouts and told that he is now in India and is working on the Ledo road running a " catapillar tractor, Henry has been at this location for five weeks and is in .a -motor pool division. Leroy, youngest son of the Scheppmanns, has'<.-recently , beeh promoted to chief- 'petty officer. - In Merchant Marino Atftfl, Hfir-Old,j, lOwa, joined thl' tf i( S, Serylct ^hUfccfiV at tHt 'ffonal enfbifing offietf A Koani Il6, ¥e<f* era! Court House, Minneap'eUs' 1, Mirift. He will b6 assigned to the training station 'at ieWfcS '6flL, sffifSS 81 m -U, S Merchant Marine, th§ largest itt the 1 wwld. • , ' ' •' tfkfbld U tfis soA oi 1 M>. and Mr*. Laitfj, Piste* ei Algona, He attended District 0 grade schso and wfi« employed dn a farm before eHfolUng 1ft th6 maritime service. He haS one Brother, Sgt Elffief, serving with the U, 3 0 SMCIAl Double-Duty No»» Drop! World Fait Right Where i trouble 1st Instantly, relief from snlffly, eneezy Btuffy distress of head colds starts to come the moment you btft n few drops of Va-tro-nol Op each nostril. Soothes irritation, relieves congestion, makes breathing easier In a hurry. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Just try it I Works fine! Follow directions in folder. will sell alUf the tar^s of • Mt wards at 320 S, St.; Saturday, January 13 10 o'clock a. m. -6 pc. maple bedroom suite, 2 occasional chairs,' 2 desk chairs, rugs, 1 platform rocker, 2 end tables', curtains, dishes, silverware, kitchen utiensils, lawn mower, 2 lawn chairs, Dexter electric washing machine, 2 tubs, boiler, clothesbasket, pic^ tures. Many other things. This is almost new furniture and must be sold Saturday. Will open door if it is cold, but no sales made until 10 a. m. .-.'•. / .' 2*. |< ^—^^—•^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^^^••••••^•i Radiant Dessert Powder pkg. 5c •' • • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^MBBBi^^BMBHi^^^^^BBHi^^^^^H LuxJvorySriow > Flakes,ig.pkg.25' Large Oranges GERBERS BABY FOOD 7c Texas Seedless can DEL MONTE DICED Grapefruit, £, 10 for BEETS, CARROTS 35c 2 fo ,27c Winesap, Fancy Apples, 5 its. • WAXED PARSNIPS 2 ^ 9c California CARROTS .Large Bunch YELLOW ONIONS Large size V Ibs. 19C WAXED RUTABAGAS PAN AMERICAN Sauce p t °. Ibs. CARNATION MILK Tall Cans 18c DAIRYLAND MILK [ Tall cans' BLACK No. 2MJ Tin BUTTER BEANS No. 2 canluC LARSEN'S MIXED VEGETABLES No. 2 can IvC TEXAS 23c Grapefruit Juice N c^ 5 29c Quaker Oats jg . 26c Rinso or Duz fe. 23c Dark Syr up 1-2 gal 32c ' r ' ! Butternut Coffeelb 33c ASSORTED FANCY COOKIES , 29c ALGONA BUHER ib 45c WHEATIES • . IQc CAMPBELL'S PORK & BEANS 2 J 19c PUMPKIN tin, each |/C SLICED Bacon, Grade A, Ib. . . Beef Shoulder Steak, 3 pts. Ib. 28c 256 i Fresh Gd. Beef, 4 pts Ib, Round or Chop Veal Steaks Ib, Meaty No points Pork Neck Bones Ib, American 12 pts. 70 A Cheese , ..2 Ib, Box f«fC Grade A Fryers Chickens, each Choice No Points Mutton Shoulder Chops ....Ib, Choice No Points Mutton Loin Chops 1 ,, Sliced 4 pts, OO^ Pork Steak .....ib,l|0V Lean, Meaty 3 pts, Spare Ribs .,.,.,:.,.,..„....„,. v ,.4b. M Point Free^Fresh Fish, ^^^ f^nt w ,WWP ^Jr i Meats, Bacon Ends* Pork Liver, Cottage Cheese HOOD'S ALGONA, f 'W ^•* f x'*~ >a&:&i> tffj

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