The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1945 · Page 11
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Saa^ilifiilSSSwiSiMs&ikiiiiMiSSiiSs o,fiift . grafegrfidtta* 1 ,6x^cis%is;,,wlfe held in the •sehtral Mlteitfum! ffiaiy eve- ifl class of 22 fediiVM .h«s pfttgfam WaS ,-opM*' With invocation by 'HeVi DaK Ue'r; a tilafihgt duet by Mc-rrfs; Wbflmah and "James .Mittsg; ad»; difess'by Rev, Dattiauef! 'mtisie by junior high tflfls: presentation, of dlpldnias by Supt. J. W. C«6k; honor roll by Mrs. ILtila Graham; benedkitiph 'by Rev. t)arhatteJV Members of the class are Joan Aiidersdn, 'Ma* Blerstedt, Buatie 'ChrlsV tlugene 'Christ, TDterWln Farrow, Gera'ld Gordon, Patty Greenfield, Donald Hageddrti, Henry Hippen, Delos King, Marl-: lyn Meyer, Pauline Miller. Waldo iStiller, -Wallace Mitchell, :pttt Murray, Viola POtho'ff, RBberii HUby, -DTtfk' HaVn, Charlene Schroeder, Booby Spear, Riith 'Thompson, Morris Wortman, The teacher Is 'Mrs.. Lola 'Graham. Beth 'Sdhantz of Los Angeles Is a guest of Mrs. Mary Zoller. Senior dommencemeirt Will 'be held here Thursday evening, May 17, , The Wm. Wirtjes family visited, with Mrs. "Wirtjes' parents, -the .John Pankuks in Titonka. ' T. (O. "Winston Schroeder of Truax Field, Madison, Wis., spent the iweek-end -at his 'home. Carl'Gerzema attended a bankers'-meeting and dinner at the P. W. camp near Algona and all attended a bond drive 'Meeting following <the yneal, - The sophomore class entertained the freshmen at the city hall Thursday icvehing. Games were played and lunch served at the dose of the evening. lit. ,and Mrs. Devere Smith <of Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Mown Home Insidatie« Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative .1 44tf BRING YOUR BORROW SIM $200 OR MORE PROBLEM HERE!! Pay bills, taxes, Repair your car or home. Buy fuel and other necessities. Easy monthly-payment plan. Special loan plans for farmers for any farm use. SEE US TODAY L.S.BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, Iowa . -. ' '.•-•:-.:•••'•'•'• . '• 2 M M&thfePs day Wt. ittM mtS.,1&Mtie Ellmari, ^Mr9 i :Gf eenet *ftd !.« ify and Mrs. Vifti&Bt ElteaJi Unti Stany,, •••.. •• . . : :'' ' . ; •/ Mrs. .A, H. Jansen enteftaifted May 9 at ra fblffhday tarty fof her daughter Geraldine Guests Were the Alvln Shiperitrbis fam* il^ 1 .trt ^Tltbttka MA the George Bttnen, "Kolsert -and Gort Rlppen- trorj famttles. Mrs. Ijoulse i,eply is visltihjj tier sister, Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. Lesley's grandson, Martin Al* bertus Furst, 'has "been wounded In the 'battle 'Of Okinawa, and cited for bravery. Me is the son of the late Martin i?urst. iRedent visitors -at the Andrew Janseh home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom LOats, i>vi datehca ahd TSenneth rjf "Tltonka. Clarence was wounded last July wnile in France and will return soon to the hospital in Battle Creek, Micih. 13mma tJutknecht has received announcement of the birth of A son to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Klenltz of 'Muscoda, "Wis. The boy has been named Dean Frederick The Kienitzs lived here several years While Leo was employed- at the Gutknecht Hardware. Mrs. Henry Mitchell entertained at her 'home for Wallace Mitchell, -a member of the eighth grade graduating class, Friday evening. Guests-were Mr, af\d Mrs. R, T. Estle and Norma of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn of Seneca, Jean Estlo of Swea City and Mrs. Emory Smith, Dick and' Allen and Mrs. ftayniond 'Winter and children. Mrs. D'Bruyn, missionary to India, and now home on furlough, was guest speaker at a guest day program sponsored by the Mission Guild of the Reformed-church in Buffalo Center Friday. She appeared in native costume and sang songs in the 'Indian language. The Mesdames Carl Gerzema, George Heetland, A. "H. Jansen, Francis Adams and John 'Smith attended the meeting. Cpl. Lund, LuVerne, In the Philippines . LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund received a letter from their son, Cpl. Adolph Lund who is stationed somewhere in the Philippines. This Is the first letter they have received from him in seven weeks. "Ole" reports that he is feeling fine and had received the watch his parents had sent to htm in December: His address is Cpl. Adolph G. Lund, 37670461, 12th Hq. Det 12th Eepl. Bn., APO 711, care Postmaster, San Traricisco, Calif. WOOL The, price of Wool is the same as ' the last two years under Government (J /4 Blood Medium ..... <45c .% Blood Medium ......46c % Blood Fine Long ...A2c Western and Reject as to quality. Sell your Wool direct to us and you are assured to receive all your wool is worth. Joe Greenfaerg YOB Kit JooWag fof » mo4«ro jf«f d fen yim puH?t» and .'giyt' you bw t^sg m»I» W low <o i«Y(f y«i work, tiwe w»* grain*, , IB *^S™™™w Ledyard: the U. S. W. A. Met at .the home of Mrs. tfarriett Sprank last Friday afterhoort. There was a goad attendance am' ofte large wool quilt was tied and finished and two wool laprobes tied . and II handkerchiefs and sh cloths were worked on. Plans were made to make more wheel chair pillows at the next work meeting which will be with Mrs. Asa Warner the second Friday in June. The next general meeting is the 4th Monday, May 28, at the town hall. A program is being planned by Mrs. Ed Looft and Mrs. Steve Powers, New members will also be received at this meeting. The .U. S. W. A. is also helping plan the Memorial day program, Vacation Bible School Daily Vacation Bible school of the Methodist church will begin at 0 <a. m. at the school house. Sessions will be from 9 till 12 arid from 1 ,tlll 4 for one week. All children who will start to school this fall and from there on up are invited. Rev. and Mrs. Cass will be in charge of the school rind wlft have Several aa- sistaht teachers. Ledyard Boys Bunkmates Relatives .have had calls from the boys who left last week for service. Herbert Beenken and Arlowe Blome are in the army and were sent to Louisiana while Marcus Longerman and Earl Kvamsdale were sent to Great Lakes. Earl. and Marcus are bunkmates, Earl toeing the last of the K's And Marcus the first of the iL's. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were in Hurt Friday having dental work done and then went on to Algona. , W. E. Wierrter attended a bond drive meeting and dinner at the P. W. camp near Algona last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter spent the week-end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Carl Koyes at Austin, Minn. . : Mafgstei *P**t Sunday of her youngest soft MS family, the Albert Lbofts. i It Kev. and ; Mrs. M^lfd Nuss entertained the Yduth I'dldwship at the Evangelical a«d Reformed church Monday evening-, Connie Garry who teaches at Mayer, Minn., spent the Weekend with her mother, Mrs, Alice Garry, Connie has four move weeks of school. v Joe Dyer who has been employed in the U. S. Census Bureau at Washington came home Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Dyer. 'Mr. and iMrs. Edward Halvorson and Marvel, Mrs. L. W. XVie- mer and Deanna attended a 'Church supper at the Norwegian Lutheran church in Elmore last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hinricksen and .Mrs. Perlen Jacobson took Mrs. Paul Hinricksen and two children to Blue Earth on Sunday and helped her get settled m an apartment where she will live. The Missionary Study class of the Women's society will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Harold Herzog. Mrs. Mer- fcog will lead devotions and Mrs. Wilson Brack will present the lesson. Mrs. Glenn Behse and daughter Maxine of Stahl, Mo., visited friends and relatives in this vicinity over the week-end. The Behses moved to Missouri a year ago last March and like it there very much. Phyllis Busch 16ft Friday for Des Moines to visit several days with her sister, Wilma, Who is employed there -by the Postal Telegraph Co. Mrs. Kenneth Busch and Mrs. Cecil Pingel took her to Algona. / On Friday evening a group of friends-and neighbors held a surprise farewell party.for Mrs. Leo Anderson who will move to Rake the end of this month where Mr Anderson bought and is running a department store. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Cass of Fayette and his father, John Edward Cass, and Mrs. Cass's father, John Swales, came Sunday evening for a short visit with the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass The elder Mr. Cass Will remain .for a month's visit here. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items The Edwin Heftis spent Sunday at the home of the A. G. Daggys at Humboldt. Elizabeth Lanning of Humboldt spent Sunday visiting at the home of Alice Mae Merkle. The Chas. Goetsches and Ted Jones -were Sunda'y guests of the Geo. Krafts of Kanawha. Selma Behkendorf of Bode visited over the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Florence Godfrey of Humboldt was-a Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey. •Phyllis Lichty of Mason City spent the week-end at'the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty. [ The Wm. Steils of Mason City spent Sunday visiting. Mr.. and ''Mrs. Arnold Wegner'*and T 'other relatives.- • Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone of Mason City were Sunday guests at the home of her mother, Mr<?.H. E. Pietzke. The F. W. Thompsons of Eagle Grove were guests Sunday at the homes of Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mrs. H. E. Pietzke. Mrs. Paul Beckman and her daughter iLynette spent several days visiting at the home 'of her parents at Norfolk, JJeb. Pfc. and Mrs. Howard Ketzen- burg ol Windom, Minn., were guests recently at the home of his sister, Mrs. Guy Giddings. , Mrs. Lavon Conway and daughter Eve; of Minneapolis spent several days visiting with her friend Mrs. Carl Lang at the F. C. Fritz- mier home, . : Friends here have received Pvt. Harold Trauger's new address as follows: .Pvt. Harold Trauger, 3682699, Sqdn. D, 235 AAF Bu,, Biggs Field, Texas. Mrs, Wm. Ziegle'r returned home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital after receiving medical care for several days. She is the former Dorothy Lund. Walter, Albert and/Wm, Hefti went to Creston, Neb,, .Monday to attend the funeral of a cousin, Clarence Marx, 19, who died as the result of a fall from a corn crib, '•'..•• Dorothy Swanson" spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her grandmother, Mrs, Olson at Humboldt. Dorothy's parents of Lake View were also guests of Mrs, Ol« son Sunday. ' Sgt. Paul Knopf arrived home recently to spend a furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Knopf, Sgt, Knopf has been overseas' for nearly three years and has been stationed in India. Gyests:Sunday at the: home Of Mr, and Mrs, Hugh Shirk were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Jones of Royal, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth dhambcrlaift of aria" Mr. and Mrs, B. A. De Mars of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Young* wirth are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, May 10 in the General hospital at Algona. Mrs. Youngwirth is the former Bonnie Lee Elllfritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorn attended funeral services Sunday afternoon at Humboldt for Mrs. Thorn's grandmother, Mrs. Fred»- rlcka Madsen who passed away in Humboldt Wednesday evening. Mrs. Madsen was 90 years old. Mrs. Wm. Thompson and Mrs. Nick Wolf ahd daughter Carol visited S-Sgt. Merle Thompson who is a patient in the hospital at the P. W. camp near Algona. It is reported that Merle Is getting along fine but will have to remain in the hospital for several more days. Relatives here have received word from a former LuVerne boy, Sgt. Orville Kubly, that he had been wounded while on active duty in the Philippines. Sgt. A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this meansl The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness With the utmost in 'sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTfC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install, top. Any Perm Home May Now H*ve • Balb and Inside Toilet M*Kt your home modtrnl Knjoy th* in>< comfortt that pMpl* ia ttt UU|M »KU» F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 4-tf Ifribly is the eldest Soft s/L Mr.and Mrs, W. F, Ru'bly now of St; James, Minn., but forMerly of LuVerne. , Mrs. Peter Thompsbh received Elenbrft Mae SfftfyW ''to CrfOT * caiehiine of the ftfmy air isttis.' Mrs, Cay mine is thrdaUgte 6f Mr. and Mrs. J. FV Siwyef of Bihk, War's stern needs, as you know, have far advanced the previous limits of gasoline performance. In all this progress our share has been great—especially because of our extensive research and process development. Whenever the same mature abilities can be focused on NEW-DAY CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z GASOLINE, your car will get a strong "second wind." For there'll be new-day power in this high-octane fuel. And it will fire clean—to let your engine thrive. So then every latest gasoline feature will be yours— and you'll know it plainly— using NEW-DAY CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z GASOLINE. Continental Oil Company ' Get it M Your Mile chant's Conoco, ttltion. Then you'll know it's made to t» every bit as good u the rcfa- lationi now permit. Just be •ure of your Station IJentlfcalton— that big red Conoco Triangle./ Where you see it you »n bay with confident*. "That Grass ,, • f is our Living, Son!" RUPTURE 8WEl,P,EXPEBT, H, I- Mm of MtaneapoWs, JW will deroowtrate, wlthowt p)wr«-e, ••Wsptwo SWelfls" In ^ t»p'Mn •••-rf.'« f ;- s'i •.- -• -•--- ,•-'•«;' ".. JB^BJMr^BMjB.'"•^^*^JI^- ''-"•''''''• '••• a"^'''- ••*,--•' (fi£^1>t7^J^^ - m «.ant .,.-,.,<-- —^^ j^j ^g|f miflf f iHB^A| MM BUY MORE WAR BONDS 1AIHAT THIS RANCHEK SATS to his son is very • •true. Grass does provide their living... and a good part of the living for all of us here in America. More than hah! a billion acres of the United States—roughly, 50 % of all our farm and ranch lands—is in -grasp): "ShoulA its harvest fail for a single year," said John James Itigalls,» "famine would depopulate the world." Grass is the preserver of much of our agricultural wealth and the basic raw material of many of our necessities. It is a major crop. And more than that> it's nature's way of transferring health- building materials .' • .vitamins, minerals, and other essential elements i';; from the soil into .the foods that nourish the nation. Grass must pass through livestock to be converted into products useful to man. . > So let's give our pastures, meadows and range lands the care they deserve. Grass on your steeper slopes should never be broken. In the long run, it is your most profitable crop on hillsides because it controls erosion by tying dowayour top soil and reduces evaporation of essential moisture. Your State Agricultural Experiment Station will tell you of new and improved varieties of-grass you might try to your profit, and they will also advise you about reseeding, lime, and fertilizer. And never overlook this important, rule of grass care—don't overgraze! We at Swift & Company are marketing the products of your grass, and so we say with you, "Grass is our living, too!" Dairy Program MORE MONEY FOR DAIRY FARMERS 3U Grow plenty of high-quality roughage, 2. Balance your herd with your feed' supply. 3< Keep production records on each cow in your herd. 4* Practice disease control methods. 5. Produce mflk and cream of the highest quality. 6» Adopt labor-saving methods, ?* Take care pf your land, I. Develop a sound breeding program. $5 IDEA WINNERS Te fetf 0 «Mfr* plw pencil< ZK^^flj ft i a ends i tyo ftffe time in greasing the tractor, paint all the daily lubrication spots one colorand ay the weekly Jubrica- There's a Black Sheep in almost every band. Buthe's&otasbad aahia reputation paints him. Permanently dyed, black by nature, bis fleece cannot be bleached. The | uses for black wool are limited so care must be -eierciaed to keep it properly sorted in thq wool dip. However, manu- fecturers do weave it into broadcloth. And— believe it or not— the wool from the black sheep in the flock becomes clothing for the clergy. • , CASH FRIZES FOR BEST WESTERN RANCH MEAT LOAF 2 pounds ground beef, or 1 pound each beef and lamb ' j ; 1 medium onion • . Ji cup diced celery or. ' ground carrot Ji cup lard or shortening H cup diced green peppers or M teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoons salt , 2 eggs :: •,',.". :',i • 3 cups soft bread crumbs J : ' . J4 cup water .. H cup tomato , juice '2 tablespoons melted butter : or margarine Chop onion. Brown onion and celery or carrota in lard. Combine with green pepper, salt, eggs, bread crumbs, and water to make a dressing, ^.dd half the dressing (one and. onerhajf icups) to Jw«'.' meat, mixing well. Pat out half the mixture Ijn.ftj two-quart loaf pan. Cover with^i^maining dressing, then top with remaining meat mixture. Bake in a moderate oven (350°P) one and one-quarter hours. Baste twice with tomato juice and butter to keep loaf moist, Yield: JO-12 serving!, IT'S 2,049 MILES FRO* HEREFORD, TEXAS, TO plftfnly of the tmctOT, Mrs, , Weit Uatlm, , ._,-•• .,. - .. -, . Write w a letter, 250 words or lees, telling ws wfejc^ ojf the six Swift * appeared vk thfa puMl^tlei»sll*eeI?QB firoer ym $*wfy **& F^*' Reieker, Swift's Head Hog Buyer ^^»»^**«*»* «** • economit^tp. ^u^^^fi nj^^^H 3 •mtot m^^^i^^^m^^^^m^^ will fas Jud flcfl t*y fen ; "'' " wm b* ^^^^f^if^^:^f^iS^i^^^^i^J^i 3. :'•-;•. : •=:'-:"• >'':•• ::: : ' i'-.'.i^iKSr!'..."^ 1 -%^-T*" : t.-*mi*h^i«IMi Vo»«*lJS.. aa^aTtH^ aSJhO, ;.Iii*A,iajiii^^ r .••-.i'?''V(- f.--> • •.';.-;•;-.'.' 'XkM*l«." : - tm • .'Al^«. 'Hlvnn*' *iS*i*f*" l -'--<'"Uit*f*4>--*n+*.nV -' '••;' •• Ai -.fj' '_11; : -. ST ti_^ * ffC-i.'A J 1 J_J'_: —: '"-'•••^. 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