The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1945
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tJpi^ MORE IVAN ATTEND ANNUAL HOOSIER PICNIC Burt: The Hoosier picnic, an •annual affair. Was held Sunday a1 ihe Robert Ackerman farm west of town. More than 125 ate a plc- iiic dinner together and spent the •afternoon visiting. Next year's committee is composed of Mrs. Ralph Dugan, Mrs. Bill Trenary and W. Stewart. Those who were present are Mrs. Kathryn Trainor and Sandra, Jerry and Marlene Kruisman and W. B. Harriman and family, Kanawha; Mrs. Sara Trenary and Marie, Junior Govern and Larry Trenary, Swea City; Ralph Wiers, Mrs. Leland Knutson and Nancy, and Mr. and Mrs. (Harry Mithtern, of Armstrong; Tony Alvey, Irvington; the Herbert Trenarys, of La' kota; Mrs. Verna Berger, Hamburg, N. Y. Mrs. Alice Van Note, Eden, N. Y.; 'Rusk Fletcher and Durwood Trenary, Fort Dodge; the C. W. Heerdts, the Ray Smiths, and the "William Carneys, Algona; Mrs. Paul Mulligan and family, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson nad Sharon, Titonka; the Frank Flaigs, the Hiram Ackermans, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mr Joe Heoney and Dawna, Sac City; the Earl Ackermans, the Bill Tren- arys, the Tom Trenarys, D. M. Stewart, the Roscoe Stewarts, the W. J. Stewarts, Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and son; Capt. and Mrs. Ed Stewart and son; the Floyd Duncans, the Mennet Trunkhills, the Earl Shiplers, the Clyde Bristows and D. D. Clapsaddle, Burt, and iMr. and Mrs. Earl Trenary, Swea City. Nurse Will Go Overseas. Virginia Patterson, registered nurse, came Saturday for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson. Miss Patterson finished her training in February and r«6fifed her bachelor of science __„-.„ from Northwestern University, fivanston, 111., in June. She will leave for San (Francisco next month where she will be assigned to overseas duty. Entertains At Birthday Party. Betty Groen was nine years old July 12 and she entertained friends at a party at her home. The guests were Kay Hardgrave, Janice Klckbush r/ Aria Mae Moore, Sheila Ann Rachut, Linda Ann Rash and Nellie Ward. Linda Ann Rash spent last week at the C. L. Webb home, in Algona. The young people of the Methodist church returned Sunday evening from the camp at Lake Okoboji. Karla and Krlstene Anderson spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Anderson, in Humboldt. Mrs. LeRoy Berger of Hamburg, N. Y., left the first of the week for home after visiting relatives here the past 10 days. Mrs. Robert Moore and Aria Mae spent Sunday with relatives in Algona. Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby returned Sunday from a visit with relatives there. •Mrs. 'Roy Peterson, of Ringsted, came Saturday to help her sister Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, this week. Gene Ringsdorf. who had visited there, returned with his aunt. Mrs. Robert Keobles left Friday morning for San Diego, Calif., to spend a few days with her husband, stationed there with the marines. Her mother, Mrs. Roy Ollom, is caring for the baby. Charles Williams, one year old, is staying at the Don Mitchell lome while his mother, Mrs. Ken Williams, of Welcome, Minn., is Visiting her husband at Ft. 15111, Okla. Mrs. Mitchell is Charles- aunt. Dr. Olson, of Storm Lake, had charge of the services at the Pres- Dyterian church Sunday. Next Sunday, if there is no Candidate, Let Cowan do ihe Complete Job ROOFING SIDING EAGLE INSULATION WEATHERSTRIP Ask for Free Estimate! You may buy on our convenient monthly payment plan if desired. Cowan Building Supply ALGONA, IA. Our Country Needs Still More Used Fats...And We're the Folks to Save them! "N between the good news about the war these ] days, careful readers of the paper will see grave I [words about a serious national shortage that has a direct bearing on military and civilian production' schedules. ^ Our domestic supplies of fats and oils will be approximately one and one-half billion pounds less than last year. Yet thousands of tons of fats are still needed to help make countless essentials for the i battle- and home-fronts. While country people have been doing an even : better job of saving fats than the city folks, we must remember that, because of the meat situation, we are in a better position to save. That's why we can't•' • (afford to miss a trick. So, let's save not only the big amounts from frying and roasting, but also meat trimmings, plate scraps, and scrapings. Melt them down once a week and add the liquid fat to the salvage can, Skim soups and I gravies. Scrape every pan. Every drop is important. When your salvage can is full, take it to your i butcher, and get 2 red points and up to 4ff for each I pound. If you have any difficulty, call your County, | Agent or Home Demonstration Agent. * ^OO.OQO.OOp More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year! f Approved ty WV4 w4 OPA, Paidfyr by Jndmtrj, * Rev. Richardson. Algona, will be la charge. It will .be a communloh service. TtfrS. Ralph Brown, ttarrle— and Tommy, Mrs 1 . John HSfdgfeve and Atha, of Algona ( spent .Thursday evening with Mrs. Vernei Hafdgrove and children. Bafbafi Hardgrove who had spent the pas week in Algona, returned home. iMrs. Roy Williams and three children of Austin, Mini!,, spen the first of the week with ,rela« lives In Lone Rock and are spending the weekend at the Donald Mitchell home- Roy Williams, i brother of Mrs. Mitchell Is In thi service. Mrs. Karl Andersen, Virginia and Paul went to Humboldt Thursday to visit Mrs. Andersen's mother Mrs. Mary Chamberlain, fo a few days. Mrs. Andersen spen Thursday afternoon with Mrs Lawrence Gardner, a former Bur resident. Mrs. Melvin Hunt and children of Dolliver, spent Thursday at the W. H. Schwietert home. Sarah Hunt remained until Saturday and Barbara Hardgrove spent Friday with Sara. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert and Shirley of Titonka were Sunday visitors at the sam home. The Circles met Wednesday as follows: Circle A at Mrs. Ross Elridge's home in the afternoon Circle B with Mrs. Charles Scott Circle C met in the evening with Ruth Hodgson; Circle D with Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. The Whole group meets at the church the first Wednesday of each month. WESLEY BLE1CHS VISIT TOGETHER Wesley: A Bleich family gathering was held at the John Hauptman home Sunday. Those who attended included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albrecht and three children, o. Rockwell City; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and family, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Erdman and family, S-Sgt Bernard Erdman and Madeline O'Conner. Miss O'Conner's home is in Iowa City. Also, Leo Bleich's brother, Al bert Bleich, of Madison, Wis., wh spending several weeks visiting friends and relatives in Iowa, wa present. He and his family farmei near Wesley before moving ti Wisconsin. New President Opens First Meeting Of Year •Four Corners: New presiden RUth Stephens opened the firs meeting of the club year for the Four Corners Mothers and Daugh ters Club July 12. Hostess for thi meeting was Irene Bjustrom, assisted by Grace Bjustrom. A piano solo was played by Eula Rich and other numbers wen played by Janice Bjustrom. Eighteen members and three visitors were present. Visit at DeGraw Home Union: Mrs. Julia Dearchs, Mrs Frank Hofius, Mrs. Henry Dearchs Mrs. Eral Taylor and Elizabeth Dearchs spent the afternoon o. July 10 in Algona with Mrs. Mary DeGraw. The afternoon was spent socially, .a courtesy extended to Mrs. M. V. Stephenson, of Manchester, and Mrs. Harold Dearchs and 'her sister, Miss Joan Milginilo, of Baltimore, Md. Other guests were Mrs. Claude Dearchs and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis. LUVEENE NEWS Miss Ava Chambers of Seattle, Wash., was a visitor Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof . Miss Stephanie Cowling returned last week from Sioux City where she had spent a week's vacation visiting her parents. Miss Cowling is the music instructor in the local high school. Mr. aftd Mrs. George Frantz and Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Heinkel were week end guests at the home of Mrs. Frantz' brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kubly, at St. James, Minn. Goes on so easily Covers usually In 1 coat Dries overnight Leaves no brush marks Resists chipping and r ^marring ' ,, You, too, will callDUCO it '. v thtC EASIEST-TOUSE ENAMEL For Fumttuiv, k Walls and Wwrfw** Color. 85fi IfifV PINT Sotsford Lumber Co, 'hone 256 Jim Pool DU PONT PAINT i LUVERNEMAN MARRIES GM FROMSUHNER LuVerne: Miss Glorine SteVens find Sat. Paul Knopf, son of Mr. and Mrs, WlHfiffi Knopf, Wefe 'united in marriage last Thursday evening at the hbme of the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Walters, Afton. Hev. Walters read the single rhig ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Mom* er Thiel were the attendants and Sergeant Knopf's parents were present for the ceremony. Mrs. Walters served a wedding dinner to the bridal party. The new Mrs". Knopf is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, of Sumner. She has been teaching school at Sheffield for some time. The couple will leave this week for Pyote, Tex., where Sergeant Knopf is stationed with the army. The bridegroom recently returned from overseas after spending more than three years in the European theater of war. Kubly Out of Army. Sgt. Leslie M. Kubly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly, returned last week from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he had received an honorable discharge from the army under the point system. Leslie was stationed overseas in the Southwest Pacific area for more than three years. Honor Son. Mr. and Mrs< Carl Swanson Invited guests to dinner Sunday In honor of their son Howard P. Swanson, seaman first-class, who was on leave after completing his navy boot training at Great Lakes, 111. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harmon and daughters Lillian and Lucille, of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dallman and daughter Frances, Lillian Swanson and Mrs. Lyle Dallman, all of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stripling and family, Mrs. Helen Stripling, Michael Wegner and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, all of Lu- Verne. Howard left Tuesday for Great Lakes after spending a 7-day leave at the home of his parents. Shower for Dorothy Swanson. A miscellaneous shower honoring Dorothy Swanson was held Friday evening in the city hall with more than 30 ladies ajtend- ing. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Harry Lichty and Miss Dorothy dindebak. A short program consisting of guessing games, musical numbers and various other contests furnished the entertainment for the evening after which Miss Swanson opened •her gifts. A lynch was served by the hostesses. Miss Swanson will become the bride of Kenneth Sorenson soon. Guests at Rogers' Home. Mrs. Ellis Griffith and her son Hal Jr., of Nicholesville, Ken., and Lt. Joe Griffith, who recently re turned home from overseas where he had spent several months in German prison camp, and Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Griffith, of Aberdeen, Km Md., spent from Saturday unti Tuesday visiting at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Hal E. Rogers. Guests Sunday, at the Rogers home were their daughter and hei family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack La- Warne and son John Of For Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirtz and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Benedict all of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs Collins, of Clarion, and Mr.\ and Mrs. Tom Moore, of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote and children Timmy and Susan are spending the week at Clear Lake. Lester Perisho of Ames, was a weekend guest at the home of George Merkle and his daughter Esther. Mrs. Guy Giddings spent the weekend at Burt vsiiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings^Sr. Mrs. Ralph Andrews, of Cedar Rapids, was a recent visitor at the lome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Art Dimler has purchased from Charles Wolf the building on main street where Mr. Dimler has his Darber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Al Roach and family, of Burt, visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thornburg. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. Ed Dehnert spent a week's vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilton Worby and their duaghter Mary Lou, of Des Woines, spent the week end here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Faye Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, left Sunday for Kirksville, Mo., where she will begin nurses training. Mrs. Lillian Zink, of Cedar Falls, spent several days visiting at the home of their son and fam- ly, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, of Fort Dodge, and their daughter Barbara, of Denver, Colo., visited relatives and friends here -Saturday. Mrs. Julia Pergande, accompan- ed by Mary Ann, Lois, Wayne and Robert Pergande, spent Sunday visiting relatives at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Skow, of Jutland, and Miss Ellen Skow, of Des Moines, visited recently at the jome of Mr, and Mrs. William VIoeding. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly were Sagle Grove visitors Tuesday. They also visited at the Jake Ku-f bly home in Goldfield, Marilyn Hefti; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti, left recent ly for Denver, Colo., where she will visit at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merkle. Mr. and Mrs. *J. S. Grant enter* tained at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. G. A. Hanna, of Fairmont, Minn. Other guests were Mrs. 'Peter Thompson and Ernest Grant. Rev. Robert Phillips, Maynard Henderson, Richard Steussy, Don? nu Dehnert, Donna Sanford and Carol Henry returned home Sunr iy evening from the Methodist >ug peoples' camp at Lake Okp- farmers Slflte Sanj< t-at the home' find Mr*. -•• -fivV find MM, L$i< feff Friday for Ifcf!• Rll«y» Kaftsai; after spending a lO-dfiy furlough at the home of his parents. Mi?, find Mrs. B. C-.tMaHy, and' Kef brother and family, Rev. and Mrs, Paul Beekman, , ' , 1 Mr. and Mrs, William Chapman 1 left Saturday evening ; lot the!? home in. Detroit, Mich., after spending a.week here visiting his parents, T^Sgt, and Mrs. Irvln Chapman and also his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. F. I, Chapman. Rev. R. Cook,'of Renwlck, was In charge of the morning worship services in the Methodist church Sunday morning during the absence of Rev. Robert Phillips who had spent the week at the Methodist young peoples' camp at Lake Okoboji. f .1st Lt. John Blumer left Tuesday for California after spending a 30-day leave here With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer. Lt. Blumer will stop at Camp Maxey, Tex., and visit his brother Pvt. Phillip Blumer, who is sta» ttoned there with the army. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lichty were their daughter Phyllis, of Mason City; Staff Sgt. Robert McCall, of California, and his mother, of Mason City. Sunday afternoon Mr, and Mrs. Lichty and their guests drove to West Bend to see the grotto and also to Algona to See the prison camp. The Comrade Sunday school class of the Evangelical church met Friday evening at the home'of Miss Hulda Fritzemier. Lt. John Blumer, Sgt. Paul Knopf and Pvf. Lawrence Marty were honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle led the devotions, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti were In charge of the entertainment for the evening. Mrs.- Walter Hefti, president of the class, had charge of the business meeting. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. 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