The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1945 · Page 2
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CCC WITHDRAWS OFFER TO BUY 1944 CORN MAY I'45 According to notice from the state AAA office the Commodity Credit Corporation has withdrawn the offer to buy 1944 corn on May 1. Robt. M. Loss, county AAA Chairman, notified all corn sealers and community chairmen to that effect Monday of this week. Following is the memorandum sent to the AAA workers: "Inasmuch as the Commodity Credit Corporation's offer to pur- chase 1944 corn has been In effec approximately six w£eks, it ha been determined to terminate the program and withdraw CCC's offer to purchase com on May 1 1945. This will have made the purchase program available for a period in excess of two months and it would seem this has given all persons having eligible corn ample time to sell under the 1945 purchase program. The maximum moisture requirement will ibe reduced to ?er cent on April 1, which con- 'orms to the regulations with respect to moisture for both the loan ind purchase program." Get ready for the Seventh War Drive. THURSDAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 5-6-7 SPECTACULAR IN ALL ITS EXCITING GRANDEUR...sparkling with color ... beauty ... and adventure! Fun for the Family Saturday Nigrht SUNDAY AND MONDAY, APRIL 8-9 TUESDAY, APRIL 10 Matinee 2 P. M. Stage Attraction—Jerry and Stage Attraction from WHO Radio Station, Des Moines. Zelda Scott GRACE MCDONALD WALTER CATLETT v » BETTY KEAN ALAN MOWRAY t PFC. JOHN BAUER, WESLEY SOLDIER, GERMAN PRISONER Wesley: Mr, and Mrs. R. C Bauer received the following telegram from the war department Monday: "The secretary of WMI desires me to inform you thai your son, Pfc. John Bauer, is t: irisoner of Gorman government Letter to follow. Signed, J. A, Ulio, Adjutant General." John vns inducted into service March 9, 1944 and went overseas last Sept. 8. All letters and packages which wore sent to him since Oct. f! have been returned. ONE OF THREE SONS OF MRS. JOHNSON ON FURLOUGH Pvt. Edward L. Johnson of Kelley Field, San Antonio, Texas, arrived here Monday and is spending a 15 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, and sister Bernadine. Edward has two brothers who are also in service, Pfc. Wm. Johnson, at Selfridge Field, Mich., and Joseph Johnson in the navy, who completed a course in radar and has been assigned to a ship and is at Norfolk, Va. The American Legion sponsored an Easter dance at the Kleinpeter hall Tuesday night. .Mrs. Art Neuhring of Madison. VVis., spent over the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ward. Donald Haverly returned home last week from Omaha where he had worked in a defense plant during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sheridan of Clear Lake were Easter guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. L. T. Root and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hanig and baby daughter of Leland were Easter Sunday guests at the parental Geo. Hanig home. Ethel Flom, who is attending Wheaton college at Wheaton, IIf, is spending a week's vacation at the parental Ole K. Flom home. Mrs. Albert Lickteig and two daughters Helen and Ruth went to Buffalo Center Tuesday to spend several days at the hoinc of Mrs. Lickteig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith. Mr., and Mrs. Edwin Burr and son Ronnie of Tama came Friday and spent over Easter hero with Mrs. Burr's brother, George Sea-berg and family. Mr. Burr is superintendent of the Tama school. Easter guests at the L. L. Lease home were Mrs. Susan Lease, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease and Burrell, the Will Walkers and Ed Studers of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Studer and Jerry of Garner. Easter guests at the Joseph Hauptman, Sr., home were Mrs. Sophia Fritsch of Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs.' Lou Hauptman and Mr. and Mrs. James Haverly and Keith. Mrs. Marie Wright and Mrs. lenn Francis returned to their Algona Townsend Club— Algona Townsend Club No, met with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Art Icrson on Tuesday evening, Apr) % for their regular busines nceting and a session of 500 af erward. Communications were read 'rom John H. Miller, state Town:end representative, and Mrs Sdna Lichtenberg, district chair- nan, and one from the Algons Chamber of Commerce. Definite plans were made foi lie meeting and dance to be held t Burt Thursday evening, Apr! at which time John H. Miller vill deliver an address at 7:45 and t 9:00 the dance will start with nisic by a Fort Dodge orchestra. nyone wishing ot attend this af- nir is asked to meet at Anderon's, 108 S. Hall street, promptly t 7:00. , The membership committee re- orted the contest moving .aldng apidly with the women still head. The next regular club meeting ill be on Tuesday evening, Vpril 17, at the home of Mr. and /trs. Martin Kruse, 519 W. State street. Dorothy Bfethorst Weds— Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst have announced the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy, to Pfc. James H. Fitzpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fitzpatrick of Clarkridge, Ark. The couple was married in a single ring ceremony in the Presbyterian parsonage at Grand Rapids, Minn. Saturday, March 24. Attending them were Pvt. Jack Armstrong and Elaine Rahmstock. Pvt. Filzpalrick and Pvt. Armstrong are members of the local prisoner of war camp, but nc present are stationed at one of its side camps at Grand Rapids. Dorothy was formerly employed in the local telephone office, but since her marriage she will live with her husband at Grand Rapids and continue in the telephone office there. She is a 1943 graduate of the Algona high school. Miss Rahmstock is employed by the Kossuth hospital here. Slraycr Family Reunion— A family dinner was held Sunday at the J. A. Strayer home honoring S-lc Russell Strayer. son of Mr. and Mrs: Howard Strayer of Dolliver who is here on furlough having been in service in the South Pacific. Besides those above mentioned there were the following Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg, Mr. and Mrs, Keith Strayer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen'Strayer and family and the Misses Merle and Esther Strayer of Fort Dodge. Merle is employed there and Esther is taking nurses training. Entertains Knitting Club— Mrs. George St. John entertained her knitting club Tuesday aJ- ternoon. Guest of the club was Mrs. John MacDowell of Madison, Wis. The MacDowells formerly lived in Algona and Mr. MacDowell was an instructor in the high school They have been visiting 'n Algona during the spring vacation of the Madison schools. tossuth County Federation of Woman's Clubs— " A meeting of the Kossuth Federation of Woman's Clubs will be leld Tuesday, April 10, in Algona at the Congregational church vith the business meeting begin- ilng at 11:00 a. m. (Further de- ails of the meeting were pub» ished in Tuesday's Kossuth Coun- y Advance.) ' Rebekah Lodge April 10— The Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday, April 10, at 8 p. m. Re- sekahs are asked not to forget 2:30 at the hall the same day. American Legion Auxiliary— The American Legion Auxiliary meets Monday night at the Legion hall at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. T.hos. Halpin has charge of the prpgram. Bible Searchers Class~The Bible Searchers class meets Wednesday April 11, with Mrs Joe Detrick. Koyal Neighbors to Meet— The Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet at the VFW hall Thursday, April 12. Entertains Club— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge club Wednesday after- Bits About Them at Whittemore home at Houston, Texas. Tuesday following a three weeks visit here .vith their sister, Margaret Schroeder. Another sister, Mrs. Anna Tehaar of Minnesota spent several days at the Schrocder home ast week. Easter Sunday guests at the J. P. Meurer home were Mr. nnd VIrs. Ed Bramble and Doris, Cpl. Wayne Bramble and Beverly Benon of Sioux Gity, Mr. and Mrs. lenry Aman and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brown of Algona and Mr. md Mrs. A. M. Lemkee and sor.s of Irvington. Mrs. Mary Otis had as guests Saster Sunday all her children, ,'VAVE, Gertrude Otis, Y-lc of Washington, D. C., who canie Friday night, Fidelia Otis of Des .loincs, Mrs. Edward Eckerman nd Joan of Early, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman and thive children, the Ed Otis family and Ray Otis. Rev. W. H. Discher visited a the bedside of Mrs. Herman Moyei Monday at the Lutheran hospita in Fort Dodge. Alice Corraine Kollasch of Mason City visited over the week end at the parental Ivjme of Mr and Mrs. Frank Kollasch. Angela Kisch, a sophomore student at St. Angela's academy at Carroll, spent a week's Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kisch Alfred Meyer, Alfred Bruhn ami INSULATE NOW! FOR A Eagle-Pitcher Water-Proof Home Insulation Installed Estimate Call 275 8 years experience Thousands of satisfied users Cowan Building Co. Supply STOKERS Smaller - • i z a Green Colonial sFolcera may Ea available later Ihia year. Tijf demand It already heavy, so wa augge»t plac- jng foot order NOW? " Gas — Oil Furnaces Green Colonial Gas-Fired and Oil-Fired Furnace* will probably be available in limited number* in 1945. We know the demand will be heavy. To insure early in* •lallation. when restriction* ar« ott place your order NOW. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREED COLOIUHL FURHflCE SERVICE August Gade were Fort Dodge callers Monday. They visited Mrs Herman Meyer who underwent un operation for adhesion at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Sr. and son Alvin, August Gade, l,e- ona Kinnits and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade east of Fcnton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jleiclen- with and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny had a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Meyer s a patient in the Lutheran hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner; Mr. and Mrs August Roggow and family of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and family of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker and • Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and sons Norman and Paul were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter Struecker. Mrs. Annie Dau entertained the members of her family at clinnei Sunday. Those present were Mr and Mrs. Victor Dau and family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyai and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber of here and Luanna Dau of West Bend. Donald Shinn of Mason City spent last week here visiting af the home of his sister, Mr. ami Mrs. L. W. Swanson. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson and son Leo W., Jr., and Mrs. T. A. Swanson to Mason City Sunday where they visited with Mrs. L. W. Swanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn. The immediate families of Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele were all home on Easter for dinn&r as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisle and family of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and family of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius and family and ? and Mrs. Frank Eisle and family.' A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas Sunday evening to celebrate Mr. Bass's birthday. Those present were Mr. and'Mrs. Lester Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ;.Meyer, Mrs. Ruth Schultz of here; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas. West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. John Kettleson of Algona and Mr. and MrsJ;Wm. Paetz of Sexton. The eve.ajhk was spent playing cards. Mrs?!Arnold Baas and Charles Schultz winning high, and Billy Baas and Mrs. Ernest Meyer low. Lunch was served later. Frank Schumacher, who recently retired from the farm and moved to Whittemore, must have gotten mixed up with the date on the calendar or figured he was in alifornia, because Saturday he looked for his straw hat which he insisted he was going to wear. After looking at home here he was tempted to go back to the farm and thought that he may have left it there, but after his wife looked for several hours al home he finally decided that it ivas at his son's radio shop and there he found the old straw and t was put into service the rest of the day. And on Sunday and Monday Frank wished he had never ooked for the old thing. IRVINGTON SENDS PHOTOS OF BURMA PLACES Irvlngton-! In a recent letter from Henry Seheppmanttj Jr., to his parents, Mf. and Mrs, Henry Scheppmann, Sr., he had stated that he was still somewhere in Burma. Recently he had made n trip in a jeep to some place quit.' a distance from where he was stationed. This he Said was to' se- (iure equipment. While at thi? destination he was permitted lo take some pictures which he included in his letter. They were views of many wooden idols an'1 also a great denl of Japanese war weapons such as guns, tanks, etc.. that had been destroyed besides towns and villages that had been completely wrecked. Henry has been in the service nearly four years and just a short time ago met "Moody" Wallace of the Fenton neighborhood,'who is also located in the same area. MANY IRVINGTON POLKS MAKE EASTER VISITS Many Irvington residents took advantage of the lovely weather on Easter and were found trekking around to various places Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemkee am family motored to Wesley ant were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Muerer who were entertaining at a family reunion the Paul Lindholms spent the day at Eagle Grove; Maxine Capesius, eldest daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Barney Capesius, spent the week-end with her, parents, Mnx- ine is employed a,t Des Moincs Other guests of the Capesius were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanig ol Ackley, Mrs. Hanig .being a sister of Mrs. Capesius. Paul Lemkee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemkee, leaves Thursday for his physical examination for the army. Little Jimmie Maasdam, young son of Mr. and Mrs. ArUiur Maasdam, has the scarlet fovcr and the family has been quarantined. Louise Sorensen, ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen has been quarantined 'with scarlet fever. Louise is a pupil at the Algona high school. Leota Norris has completed her course in nurses training at the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City. Miss Norris was a cadet nurse and is now employed by the hospital there. Starting next Sunday services in the local Presbyterian church will be conducted in the evening with Sabbath school at 7:30 followed by church services at 8:30. vit Mf, &tiA Sir's. A&lpfi Paffeftts 6f a babjr daughter born to them last Mbrtday. This Makes them a• fdflifly ot 'fotif daughters. Se»d thfe Waflt.Ads, ,.,*•,, ORDER THRIFT HOG FEEDERS HOG HOUSES BROODER HOUSES CHICKEN HOUSES CATTLE FEEDERS Inspect These Portable Buildings Here at Our Yard. We Have a Good Supply of Fencing Materials— Creosoted Posts Barb Wire—Woven Wire—Steel Braces For Your Farm Repairs See Us or Call 292 F. S. Nor ton & Son Fruits and Vegetables FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH E. K. Nelson, Pastor 9:00 a. m., Divine worship. Sermon theme: "God's Work in Our Day." Special music by th^ choir. 10:00 a, m., Sunday school. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Malllnger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. 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