The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1945
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thfe mgfafyf»te« church; BURT THIS WEEK MissloHaty Maidens Mold Tea For Mothers. Church Councils Meet, Scouts to Burl: fitbie school started Monday find will continue through the week. Meetings are from 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. eaeh day with everyone bringing their lunch, Children of the Methodist and (Presbyterian Suhday schools are attending. . Sev, A, G. Heddle has Charge of the intermediate, Mrs, Paul Ma^ Cawley and Evelyn Becker the junior group, Mrs. Rfebhoff, Lorena* Riebhoff and Helen Graham the primary department and Mrs. Holding, Shirley Lockwood and Entertain Mothers The Missionary 'Maidens enter taified -at & Mothers flay tea a the home oi Mr, AX3. neddie sat Urday afternoon. A short pro gram by the daughters, games and visiting was efijoyed by the nioth- ers after which lunch was served ?y the committee, assisted by Mrs Heddle. There were 17 daughters present and the following were suests: Mesdames Anderson, Hanger, Hardgrove, Ray Dremmcl, Robert Moore, Mitchell, Officer and R. W. Rash; Mrs. Riebhoff, Its. Wessel; Lorena Wessel and Mrs. Fred Vogel were Special guests. Mrs. Heddle is the leader of this girls' group. The nest meeting will be Saturday at the iOme of Gladys and Betty Groen. This is the regular meeting. "FARMERS" Be sure your produce goes through the proper channels to reach the Armed Forces. Highest prices paid for eggs and poultry. Hens-straight .......I......... :.;..;...,..2Si/$c ., - Springs-straight 29o Pink of Perfection feeds hi print bags. Chick Starter $3.75 - * Cycle Mash....... $3.80 Listen to the JWclde Graves-tony Ollvera fight over KATE Friday night, May 26, at 10 p. m. brought to you by LANESBORO PRODUCE AND HATCHERY COMPANY Hurt — Armstrong daafieii* M«ct •Meetings of the Presbyterian women's council last Wednesday 8$H 6 w a , 8 ^ows: Circle A at Mrs. Will R ngsdorf's with ten members present; Circle B at Mrs. R. H. Thompstorj, Mrs. Bolle assisting h°|tess with six members attend* ing; Circle C at Mrs. Nell Drem* mel's with Mrs. Ray McWhorter assisting hostess and eight members present: Circle D at Mrs. Ben Bahllng's with 16 members present. Mrs. Williams was a guest, New Machines No. 10 C. Hammermill, cream separators, milking machines, Farmers Friend and Hydraulic manure loaders, new magnetos for Farmalls. No. 15 pickup hay baler, 8 ft. grain binder, 6 ft. horse drawn mower. USED: F-12 on rubber with cultivator. •..-•• » , WE DO BELT SPLICING Cargill Feeds Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tractor Tires and Tubes Pontiac Parts and Service Boy Scouts to Camp W. B. Officer and K. J. Smith ;ook a number of boy scouts to Emmetsburg Saturday morning to attend a, meeting of scouts from five counties Saturday and Sunday. The boys going over Satur- lay were Bill Boettcher, Richard Thompson, iLayton Rash, John Oroen, Roger Steward and Lynn Ward. Hugh McDonald went over sunday and he was accompanied >y Dale Lockwood and Jack McMullen. They all returned late iunday night. Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. L u chichtl spent Sunday in Algona. Dr. Earl Burgess, Algona, was caller at the Rev. Heddle home unday afternoon. The United Service Women will old their business-meeting at the chool house this Thursday eve-- ning at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. George Koestler, Sr., Mrs. Jas. Christensen and David and Mrs. Albert Stoehle were business visitors in Ft. Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and daughters /are spending several weeks with Mrs. J. P. Stow. Cecil Godfredson is working for Geo. Patterson at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Torgenson and Jerry moved to Bode the last of this week where Mr. Torgenson will help his father with the farming this summer. The women of the Presbyterian church will have a bake and rummage sale at Daniels Harness shop Saturday, May 26. Please leave donations at the above place on Friday so the articles can be displayed and marked. Sale will be •all day Saturday. Mrs. C. B. Wickert and son, Dickey, and Mrs. C. A. Jensen, of Graettinger, were dinner guests Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs, K. J. Smith. Mrs. Robert Murray, teacher, who had stayed with the Smiths, returned to Graettinger with them. Mrs. Wickert is Mrs. Murray's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and Marion spent Friday and Saturday with relatives at Livermore. They spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDon- ,ald and left Sunday- evening for Buffalo Center where Mrs. Morgan and Marion plan to stay this summer. Mr.«Morgan, who is a Seabee, has been home on leave the past 30 days. He will return to California next week. BODE HELD DAY HELD WEDNESDAY PICNIC, CONCERT Bode: Last Wednesday, Ma 18, was field day at the high schoo and festivities of the day began with a band concert composed of both junior and senior members under the direction of Mrs, Joyce Lowry. Following the concert a picnic dinner was served and then games and stunts were supervised by Coach Geo. Bauer. The Bode and Gilmore City school baseball game highlighted the afternoon With the result being .a victory for Bode, (j-1. Memorial Day Program Following is Bode's Memorial Day program to be held in the high school auditorium Wednesday morning .at 9:30: Music by the high school band directed by Majorette Beverly Harris; advance of the colors, American Legion; Star Spangled Banner toy assembly; invocation, Rev. Martin Trygstad; vocal solo, Mr Merle Faulk; reading honor ro) Stanton Alson, naval trainln student; flute Solo, Audrey Han son; introduction of speaker Mayor Walter Thompson; Memo* ial Day address, Rev. O. B. An derson, of Humboldt; vocal num ber by the male quartet, Pau Nasby, Talmai Heggen, Conrad Rossing and A. C. Rossing; bene diction, Rev. Trygstad. MM* School Graduates Guests of Bode Theater 1945 high school graduates from .ivermore, LuVerne, St. Joe, Rut- and, Ottosen, Bradgate and Bode vere invited by the management o attend the annual senior guest night at the Bode theater on Tuesday, May 15. 'vt. Donald Aure Left Tuesday For West Coast Pvt. Donald Aure left Tuesday ° r e West coast after visiting his family and parents, Mr nd Mrs. Torkel Aure. Ho is in he anti-tank division and had ompleted his basic training at amp Hood, Texas, before coming ome. •Mrs. Violet Moen and two child fen have moved to Bode from F Dodge to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken an granddaughter, Patty Lynn Cow an, were recent guests at the horn of Mrs. Jennie Ries. Astrid Dale is home for a shor vacation from Fairview hospital Minneapolis, where she is taking cddet nurse training. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hart, o Kingmam, Arizona, visited over the week-end at the home of Mr and Mrs. Loren Eastman. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and haul- Ing. Let Cowan do the Complete Job wrotiCT SIDING ' - EAGLE ' INSULATION ||/^ WEATHERSTRIP Ask for Free Esilmalel Yo " m ay buy on our venient monthly payment plan if desired. Cowan Building Supply ALGONA, IA. Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service phone 52 State and Jones Methodist Notes Union services will again be held at the Presbyterian churc Sunday. Services at 10:00 a. m and Sunday school at 11:00 a. m Fidelis Class met with Mrs. J L. Miller .Wednesday afternoon Members of^ the prayer circl met with Lulu Hawcott Tuesda afternoon. 3rd and 4th Grades The third and fourth grades bought a total of $220.70 worth of stamps and bonds during the year. Jerry Torgenson and Rochelle Andrews were neither absent.nor tardy during the year. \ . The students held a picnic the last day of school. Games and races furnished the entertainment. The following got out of nil heir tests, at the close of the senester: Marion Morgan, Phillip Spderberg, Rochelle Andrews in ourth grade and John Hasse, Jery McMullen and Linda .Ann Rash in the third grade. 5th and 6th Grades The 5th and 6th grades bought total of $132.85 worth of stamps nd bonds during the year. One person, Doris Kickland, was neither absent nor .tardy during the year. One person, Yvonne Ditsworth, had perfect spelling lessons during the entire year. Yvonne Ditsworth and Palrria Jay Olson had the highest average in 'the room for the year. •*W. > , „ » < > ^^ — ' "• ' 1 MlW-JBS*' - f •'•••' *' , ^M you now! ^^^w j "•"• * > * i days demand Btiesupmj f ff orti tttoega count*.. ,feow the ground up, ' itoip 90 y OM j fe^ pay • - - - PW * ^ > . - . H. Berge and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mrs. J. B, Jacobson. Geraldine Holland and ' Phyllis Berge ht»ve gone to Mason City to spend the summer. Both are 1945 Bode high school graduates, Corp. and Mrs. Rex T, Aldlnger Of Greeley, Col., and Mr, and, Mrs; W. P. Aldinger of - Alexander were guests o? 'Mrs, W, F, Aldlnger Friday, JM. iHepbert Larson returned Prisner ^-ww, |»aa received a extension to m leave, was to have wpJre<J on fighting bloody battles in the Pacific, 1 he was home on leave two years ago. '• • • You may temembef seeing his picture. His name is John Basilone, 1 Marine Gunnery Sergeant. He traveled all over America, urging every .American to buy more bonds. ' • [• • He said: £!.You don't know— you can't know—how much it means to the boys out there when they hear the folks back home have just put another War Bond Drive over the top." ' • • •They gave him the Congressional Medal of Honor and offered him a commission. He didn't want it. ,^I'm a plain soldier,", he said. ?I want to stay one." • • • Well, he stayed a plain marine -like Joe and Bill and the fellows street. ie^V askou to buy bigger bonds during the Seventh He wffkilled a few leek^on Iwo, just after he had led his assault Kossuth's Quota Is $1,498,000 LEPS GO ! ! ! • • • We can't let him and all our, other fighting heroes down. Remem- berjast year we had two War Loan Drives by this time. The Seventh is our personal call to arms— two drives in pne-JThat's why our quota is large, 1 • • • We must meet it-we «#/ meet it—for the hero of Iwo-for Victory—for pri4e in America,' BtGGfR BOHOS k sen*™ WAR LOAN i* 'f. m This advertisement sponsored by tta following patriotic farmers of Kossuth County: HARRY ALT .,,'.. ALGONA, IOWA WILSON LEGLER , . CORWITH, IOWA ALGONA, IOWA A, M. LEMKEE . , IRVIN&tbN, ,IOWA ALGONA, IOWA ROBERT M, LOSS , , . ALGCUNA, LIVERMORE, IOWA DAVIP E, LYNCH : . LQNE ROCK, BODE, IOWA CARROLL POTTER , i,* W, E. BLEICH PAUL BLUMER GEORGE BORMANN PETER BORMANN LORENJf. BROWN * * * * , •> , t * ! £,*' ^«S&g§^ «'^w ; ft^-^.:--ml?!i5^&;.Jaa CARROLL § * LIVERMORE, IOWA H, A/ SALISBURY ALGONA, mW4 IV&.SKILMNG LUVERNE, IOWA HENRY SMITH ALGONA»IQW£ FRANIC SPILLES » BQB^IOWA , , , LUVERNI, IOWA ALOONA, IOWA . . LUVEflNE, IQWA PHITTERJORE, IOWA £^?*?mWi:*>fwfiff *^*f .JfL i*3r?"<r *, M-kmmm ^"*

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