The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1945
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i, tf"V'< HU "S" 1 '•(»«- 1^1 - i-r r , 1 I ,' -. : "''"' Hie Algona Vppet Oes Molnes, Algdna, Iowa, April 19 ( IMS GIDDINGS FAMILY ATBURTHASFOUR SONS IN SERVICE Burt: Cpl. Gordon Giddings, who with his wife had spent JO days at their home here recently, left last week to return to Parir:. Texas, Cpl. Gordon Giddings is the youngest of the lour sons of Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings of Burt. In an item a few weeks ago about Burl's Foul" Star fami* lies this one should have been included. Their four sons in ,the service are Guy C. Giddings, Jr. U. S. N., whose .family live at Lu- Verne, in the,navy 18 months Sgt. Wm. L., in one,year, now a Camp Flandln, Fla.;'Pfc. Rodney with the army in Italy, throe years service, and Cpl. Gordon who has been in three years anc served two in the Aleutians. The sons are all married and -Mrs Rodney Giddings is a nurse 'in a hospital at Marengo. G. C. Giddings, St., is one of the rural mall carriers here. Burt Seniors' Class, Play Have you ever longed to go back down the road of memory lani and live through 'the happy day; of your childhood again? Cheer up! The opportunity you have Sighed for in vain has finally arrived. The senior class of Bur' public school are going to presen the greatest of all masterpieces, $ play based on the immortal Sam"Huckleberry are now in progress for what will be the leading theatrical eVent of the season. The date of the play-will be announced later. uel C1 e m m en s' Finn." Rehearsals HYBRID SUPPLEMENT The week* you save III feet/Jug time ... the dollar* yo» idv* In feeding costs — are EXTRA HOG PROFITS at market, time. HONEYMEAD HYBRID SUPPLEMENT cm kelp you ««{ these money-making results. HONEYMEAD HYBRID SUPPLEMENT mppllet proteins, mla. erals, vitamin sources and Dextrose to help hogs get M*' most gain-producing good from every bushel of corn yoV feed. You "self-feed" HONEYMEAD HYBRID SUPPLEMENT —so It's a work-saving, ffme-savhig ratio*, too! V Orrfer HONEYMEAD HYIKID SUPPLEMENT fectay from your HONEYMEAD dealer ( HONEYMEAD PRODUCTS CO. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO- Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 Mothcr-In-Law of Former Burt Girl Dies In Council Bluffs Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle received word last week of the death of Mrs. W. E. Sauerman nt her home in Council Bluffs. Mrs. Sauerman, who was 84 years of age, had pneumonia and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L.. Sauerman and son Jimmy of 3parta, Wis., had been called to icr bedside. Funeral services were held Friday and burial was it Oakland, Iowa, beside her hus- 3and, Rev. W. E. Sauerman, who was pastor of the Congregational church there for many years. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle. Mrs. Allen Hinckley is ill at her home with pneumonia. Sewing Circle met with Mrs Chris Knudson Friday afternooi Mrs. Carl Reynolds entertaine 12 women at a vanishing te Thursday evening. •Mr. and Mrs, Ervin Schweiter spent Sunday at the F. W. Baum home in Lakota. Mrs. Schwei tert remained over Monday. Mrs. W. R. Smith and son Wai ter of Algona, daughter Laun Jean, her husband and son Bobbj of Florida visited the Floyd Duncans Saturday. LUVERNE LIVELY LASSIES 4-H CLUB FRIDAY Nil LuVerne: The LuVerne Lively Lassies 4-H club met at the home of Evelyn Jones Friday evening, April 13 with 9 members answer* ing roll call with a "Time Saver for my room." It was decided to have a grease drive Thursday evening, April 19. They ask everyone to have their grease ready when the girls call for it It WHS also voted to bring a small dues at each meeting for flower purposes. After the business meet" ing the girls spent their time vyorking on dresser scarfs. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. The next meeting will be held May 7 at the home of Marilyn Miller. <mtx^^ Butt News FOR SALE HOME COMFORT KITCHEN RANGE Gray Color Jake Schubert Phono 2285 Wesley, Iowa 16* Wanted SUMMER Chamber & Teachers lona Branch Cedar Falls TWO SESSIONS 12 Weeks Weeks TODAY Commerce THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... \ \ \ "When you think of the sacrifices our fighting men are making in this war, it's hard to figure out how we'll ever repay them, isn't it, Judge?" "Yes, it really is, Tom. There are only certain things we can do. Such as...write them cheerful letters often. Send them favorite gifts from time to time. Work harder than ever to provide them with' everything they need to finish their job quickly. Buy more and more War Bonds... especially during the current drive... to •s pay for the ammunition and fighting equipment they must have." "All that still seems kind of small compared with what they're doing for us, Judge." "True, but it's about all we older folks back home, can do, Tom. Except one more thing. And that is to be sure our fighting men come home to the same kind of country they left behind. The kind of country their letters tell us they want. Nothing changed that they don't want changed while they're away and unable to express their wishes,",. Luella Blumer was a Ft. Dodge caller Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf of Ft. 3odge visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Dan Ellis was taken to the hos- >ital in Iowa City Saturday where ie will receive medical treatment. Marian Thomas of Titonka is pending a vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I B. Thomas. Mrs. Wm. Hardcopf was taken to the hospital at Fort Dodge Saturday where she will receive a medical check-up. Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, spent Sunday afternoon visiting his parents in Buffalo Center. •Mrs. Phil Lichty, Jr., and Phyllis Lichty, iboth of Mason City, spent the week-end at the~ parental P. C. Lichty home. Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr., and Mrs. Wm. Giddings and three sons of Burt were recent guests at the home of 'Mrs. Guy Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Remus, Jr., and daughter Kay of Des Moines spent a few days visiting at the parental Wm. Ramus home and with other relatives and friends. Guests Sunday at the home of Jennie and Lottie Mason werp Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lege and children of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald -Jutting and children, Gary and Patricia of Buffalo Center and VIr. and Mrs. Tom Mason of Claron. The Presbyterain Ladies asso- iation met Wednesday afternoon n the church parlors. Plans were discussed for attendance to the 'ort Dodge Presbyterial which vill be held Friday, April 20, in Algona. A pot luck lunch was erved at the close of the after- loon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle at- ended funeral services Monday t Boxholm for -Mrs. Brunemeier, vife of the pastor of the Evnn- elical church in Boxholm. Mrs. •runemeier died of burns reoeiv- d' when an 'electric Heater ignited er clothing, living only a few hours. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris Jean and Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg and children, Kenneth and Nadine, attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Veshlage which was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wegner entertained Tuesday evening in honor of their daughter Carol's 9th birthday. Guests were Mr. anti Mrs. Alvin Lenertz and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenerti:, Mrs. Joe Marso and daughter Jacqueline of Huron, S. D., and Mr. and (Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. The Comrade Sunday school class of the Evangelical church met Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hetti. Esther Merkle led devotions and John Miller led the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller had charge of the evening's entertainment. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. The general meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be held Wedne^lay afternoon in the city hall with Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. P. C. Lichty, Mrs. S. P. Sorenson, Grace Lichty and Mrs. Frank Sanford as hostesses. Mrs. Myra Pietzke will have charge of the devotions and Mrs. Warren Hunt will have the lesson on "The Sanctity of the Christian." The J. J. club enjoyed a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. O. Shirk on Friday afternoon with 16 members present. After lunch the afternoon was spent playing 500. High score went to Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. Joe Elbert received low score. The next meeting will be held April 27 at the country home of Mrs. Bernard Wolfe. Mrs. Adolph Girres and infant daughter Ruth Elizabeth were brought home Thursday from the Algona hospital. Edward Carman entered Mercy hospital in Mason City Sunday where on Monday he underwent a major operation. Cpl. and Mrs. Lee Day of Illinois are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetx. Mrs. Day is the former Irene Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. John Kinnard and Agnes of Gillman visited from Wednesday to Saturday here at the home of their son and brother, Donald Kinnard and family. Mary Jane Hauptman is ' now employed at the P. W. camp new Algona. She is a graduate of the local public school and attended the Hamilton business college at Mason City. Pvt. Paul Riggs left Sunday for Fort Meade, Md., following a 10 day furlough here with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. A- Riggs, Pvt. Riggs entered service Nov. 20, 1944, and completed his 'basic training at Camp Wolters, Texas. Mrs. John Anderson who visited here at the borne of her daughter, Mrs. Marie Kunz, since the fore part of February, returned to fcer home at fO-Wl^J Colo., Tuesday. She e* fes? . The Auxiliary mi with Mrs. $. L: Miller Thursday afternoon, Not many could attend but th6 scuffles were finished and turned over to the Red Cross. Geo. Graham, USN, and Mrs. Graham of Cedar Rapids spent Thursday night and Friday at the Emll Chrlstensen home. Mr. Graham has been stationed In the east and Mrs. Graham had spent a few weeks with him recently. Mr. and Mrs, Chris Jertsen of Ringsted were supper guests-at the K. J. Smith home Friday, Later the two families and Er^n Baars went to Forest City to attend the high school operetta put on" by the vocal ihstructor, Ann Jensen. , Pvt. Cecil Steward arrived from Camp Hood, Texas, to spend a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward. Pvt. Steward entered the service Dec. 6, 1944. At the end of his furlough he will go to Ft. Meade, Md. ( Mr. and Mrs. G W.. Leek of Arnegard, N. D., who have been visiting the Tom Trenarys. the Floyd Duncans, the Henry Smiths and other relatives here, plan to go to St. Ansgar to visit a relative this week. Mrs. Leek is a sister of Mrs. Trenary, Mrs. Duncan and Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Shipler, son Dennis and Mrs. Lester Lovstad and children of Racine, Minn., wei-3 dinner guests at the Nels God- fredsons, Swea City, Friday. They called on the Myron Meinzers at Seneca and visited the Pete God- fredsons, Bancroft, in" the afternoon. Sgt. Ronald Fraser, his brother and mother, with Mr. and Mrs. Verne Batt and children, all of Algona, were visitors at the Wm. Batt home last week Wednesday. Sgt. Fraser is home on a 45 day furlough after 38 months overseas service. He is with a field artillery battery of the famed 34th (Red Bull) Division. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and two daughters of Pensacola, Fla., came Friday evening. They spent the night with Mrs. J. P. Stow and Saturday went to Swea City -where they plan to live the ft** /out m&mh! I6J G6»rg§iPatferl6tli They ftStett to FlsHda 1H <h6 fall earl Refolds S1S6 started wofft fo»"£Att6MdB. '. Methodist Cluif«h Notes /Siiftday seho&l at 10 a. hi,, worship gferviee at 11 a. ffi, and Youth Fellowship at 8 tf. m., •Rev. English was a dinner guest at the Kev. and Mrs. Meddle home Sunday. < Lutheran Church on Sunday the congregation will participate In a peade 'thank offering for postwar ' reconstruction and missionary expansion. The minlmuih goal is $1026. , The following arrangement has been adopted for a V-Day thanksgiving service: If news of the end of hostilities in Europe breaks before 12 noon, the service will be held in the evening at 8:00'; if the news is given aifter 12 noon, the Service will be on the following morning at 10:30. Presbyterian Church Notes The Woman's Cduncil of the Presbyterian church met in the wl Sftlf* Sffi Uh, MrS,' is hdifeam ^ . ;, ttfft wtfffi&n'raiaif ,6* Ute ehuYfih had their class part? at MM, Tre^ fti£fr iiji* . D I1SH 01* i.— „ aeit ,ffti past aays iir-jffiesitfcatoa, of & !•>••' '\ / RUPTURED? 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