The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1945 · Page 3
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FALL SOWING Of Marshall & Swift Coats At ELITE SHOP Sat., Sept. 15 Stop and see this complete line of 1946 styles in fine fur coats. All coats carry a guarantee and we have .easy payment plans to fit every, budget. Stop and see Mr. Spencer our representative. Let Him show you the qualities of these cOats. 80 Gallon Size Heated Hog Waterers Rotary Hog Feeders 5 and 6 It. Step Ladders Aladdin Lamps \ '. '"''"-":". • > ' t. ' :'.•"Aladdin Mantles & Parts Electric Fencers H^^ '.;_ "'•'•-Y''^^'''"™'''^^^ •" '-'•' ''•/'''•' .Kohlhaas Hardware. MAN IN DOUBLE OPERATION DDE HOME SOON Swea City: C. F/Berggreri who recently was operated on for- gall bladder trouble and appendicitis at Fort Dodge is reported as doing nicely. It is expected he will return home this week, His son Robert Berggren drove down to see him over the week end. . ' The Stewart Butterfield family and his mother Mrs. Geo. E. Butterfield, left Friday afternoon for Litchfield, Minn. Combining business and pleasure, they enjoyed some fishing and also visited the Harris family at Willmar, Mirth. Mrs. Harris is the former Ella Countryman and a sister of Mrs. Geo. Butterfield. Baptist Candidate The Rev. Wilson Martin, Wood- Ville, Wis., Will appear Sunday ae a candidate for the Baptist church pastorate, preaching both the morning and evening services. Mrs. Anna Larson, Myron Johnson and the P. 'W. Larsons attended the old settlers picnic at East Chain last Sunday. Mrs. Ida.. E. Larson was re-elected secretary- treasurer. Hasse Family, Burt, Has Joyful Reunion Burt: A family* reunion was held at the Enid Hasse home Sutir day in honor of Sgt. Albert Hasse, who recently returned from Europe. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heider, Mrs. Fred Wojahn and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Galbraith, Emmetsburg, and the Fred Maroscheks, Cylinder. Caroline Hasse, who teaches at Allison, spent the week end at home visiting her brother, and Ruth, another sister now a nurse at University Hospital, Iowa City, is spending a week at home. Rasmussen Infant Baptized, Wesley Wesley: Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen and infant daughter, born in the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, Aug. 29 were brought home Friday. x The baby was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Mary Sue. The baby's maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loe•big were godparents of their first grandchild. Service Women To Meet At Bancroft Ledyard: .The. Service Women's Auxiliary will have a 'work meeting Friday, Sept. 14, at the home of Mrs. Rose Moulton in Bancroft. This will also be Mrs. Moultqn's vanishing tea. Anyone having percale or print pieces they would donate.for quilt blocks please turn in before : this meeting.> , 32 Ledyard Folk* Attend Reunion In ildara Lake Park Ledyafd: Thirty*two from jiirjs ttehded the annual Engelbafts amlly reunion at the Pine Lake >stk at Eldora, Iowa, as follows: Mr, and Mrs. Paul Engelbarts, J aul and Chris; Mr. and Mrs. ElnV- f Engelbarts, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Blome, Mr. and Mrs. John JoM- on, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jbhft- on and Kirk.SVtrs. Viola Albers nd Son Terry, and Mr. and Mrs. , A. Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and Jarbara, Mr. and Mrs. 'Howard ensen and family, Mr. and Mi's. antes Mayne, Mrs. Adolph Poppe nd Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln •Clirtsiek and Kieth, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poppe and family, Mr. and irs. Elmer Junkermeier and Latent. Their uncle, Louie Engelbarts f Malcom, Iowa, returned home with them to spend a week visit- ng relatives here. OTTOSEN LADIES AID MET FRIDAY Ottosen: The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met -Friday afternoon n the ' church parlors with Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark as hostesses. The following program was gtv- n with Mrs. Mary Schneider be- ng in charge: Reading by Mrs. hester Alme; reading by Mrs. Ralph Richards and a talk by Rev. Schneck. Following the program i delicious lunch was served by he hostesses. The next-meetjng which Was an open date meeting will be a pot luck lunch with the ollowing ladies being hostesses: Mrs. C. Alme, chairman, Mrs. J. . . , Anliker, Mrs. G. Cooper, Mrs. M. lark, Mrs. J. Coyle, Mrs.. M. Coyle, Mrs. E. Hofius, Mrs. H. Kramer, Mrs. J. Leitl, Mrs. Earl Long and Mrs. Irwin Movick. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl will read the scripture and Mrs. Jessie Van Buskirk will have charge of the program. Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe spent Monday afternoon at the George Cooper home. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Nave and son Donald of Rolfe were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kin- Ken Cowan, owner, of the Cowan Building'Supply: here, plans on erecting' a modern, double-front store building on his recently purchased double lot on State Street next to the Pratt Electric Co. He stated that he did not anticipate being able to build, before next year. t iiiiiuiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiH Tons of j • • ••" '•••&*' ' -• fl ; '' -1L^f+ • • * ' Coal a Winter I '-'•'•• ;--•;•• ."-'•; •;'•'••.*•.. ,'< '; '•:•'"•• •'•-'''-••' ^| ' ^ ''••'•" . • 1 v! • • andfhas a/ ••'*! WARMER HOUSE That's * what ?Eagle 'Insulation as installed by our experienced workmen can do for you. READ THIS LETTER— Burt, Iowa, June 14, 1945 - * ' » • ;Qowan Building Supply' Go,, .. ,... . § ;We are surely ^dl^teasesd wi^h- the Insulation job We were using an ayge of $Mm two Jhe Vw-iet W (^^f seth home. Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona,, is spending a few days this week at the home of) her daughter Mrs. Sugene Hofius. •Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and famiy and Blanche Wallace of Bradgate were Sunday callers . at he Peter Holt home. Mrs. Donald Cooper and Children Nancy and Gary were Sunday callers at the Michael Henley lOme near Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. ' George . Cooper and Mrs. Hollis Cooper and son Lloyd were business .callers in Tort Dodge on Thursday of last week. The United Service Women will begin sewing next- Tuesday af ter-j noon at the school house and .will do so every Tuesday afternoon NEWWHUTEMORE PASTOR CRI IN A RECEPTION Whlttcmore: Pastors from the neighboring congregations who attended the installation of the Rev. Paul Weinhold Were Sunday after" noon were Rev. A. F. Rehder, Fairville, Rev. A. J. Ansorge, Emmetsburg, Rev. A. E. Krause, West Bend, Rev. W. Friedrick, Fentori, Rev. A. Otto, Lotts Creek, Rev. Louis Wittenburg, LuVerne, Rev. H. H. Mueller, Livermore, and •Rev. Otto Geisler, Spencer. / The Rev. Rehder, vacancy pastor had charge of the installation, and the Rev. Wittenburg delivered the afternoon ceremony. A reception was held in the evening in the auditorium of the Lutheran school in honor of the Rev. Weinhold and his family, with a pantry shwer. A pot luck lunch was served after the reception and entertainment. The Rev. A. F. Rehder acted as toastmaster. The serving committee' consisted for the reception were Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mrs. William Leinenger and Mrs. William Roeber. At Pomeroy Funeral A number of relatives from here attended the funeral of the Rev. Reinhard Voss, held at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Pomeroy, Monday afternoon. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Meyer Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, William Bell, Mrs. William Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, 'Wilma Bell, Mr. and Mrs Emil Biersted and Otto Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft, Armstrong, were Friday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahlmer and daughters, Estherville, visited at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. John Meine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosendahl and dadghters Edna and Geraldine of Fort Dodge visited at the home of the former's nephew Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl here Sunday. Mrs. Edward Hanke, Roselle, 111., and Mrs. Otto Jung, Hinsdale, 111. arrived here Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. The women are sisters of Mrs. Behnke. They will leave for Fairmont, Minn., Wednesday where .they will visit with relatives. Hildmam of Wesley On Trip To Dakota Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman, their daughter Mrs, Urban Neuroth and Mrs. Edith Hildman left Sunday for Monango, N. D., to look after lan'd interests and to visit old acquaintances. Sunday night they stayed With the Joe Eisenbarths at Morgan, Minn., and on their return, they will visit the Bill Monsons at Springfield, Minn. CAN VOLUNTEER FOR NAVY NOW The U. S, Navy Recruiting Station, Mason City, Iowa, announces that under a recent Executive Order issued by President Truman qualified men between the ages of 17 and 30 may again enlist directly into the Navy. Chief Burris, Recruiter in Charge of the Mason City Station states that since December 5, 1942 direct enlistments of men 18 to 30 years of age has been banned under the prior Executive Order just recently cancelled. For the convenience of men in the vicinity of Algona, the Mason City Recruiting Station maintains a regular travel schedule. Each Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. a Navy Recruiter wijl be at the postmaster's, off ice in Algona. Navy Recruiting Stations all over the country are initiating an •all out drive for voluntary enlistments, particularly in the Regular Navy, among men in the age group of 17 to 30 inclusive, who are now eligible by Executive Order of President Turman. This order lifts the ban against voluntary enlistments in draft ages. The Navy's recruiting drive is designed 'to speed demobilization of men with long war service, to reduce the Navy's calls through Selective Service and at the same time to enable the Navy to fulfill its extensive responsibilities thru the transition period and -beyond. Bay*' and MewV Mackinaws Wool Jackets Sheeplined Coats 40 inch and 50 inch Sheeplined Vests Lined Jackets And A New Assortment Of TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS In Regular, Long and Short Sizes ZENDER'S ™* And Bos ^^ Clothes For Men And Boys :.,. , . ... ^Mr "ana Mrs." Herman Kramer and 'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tabor and family, attended a picnic with other friends Sunday at the Bicknell Park at Humboldt. Mr. and 'Mrs.' Oscar Movick a_nd family were .Sunday evening dinner 'guests at the honieiofiH. F. Andregg near West -Bend. Mrs. Movick is a daughter of the. An- dreggs. Mrs. Hollis Cooper and son Lloyd who have spent the past four weeks at the former's aunts home Mrs. Nick Conlin, near Manilla, Iowa, returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and son Jerry Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donald of Rolfe were Sunday evening callers af the Martin Kinseth home at Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Caroll'Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson and daughter 'Jean of Des Moines were all day, Sunday callers at the Morgan Hagen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 'Hagen a.nd also Mrs. Judith Hoover and daughter Nancy of Bode were also callers at- the Morgan Hagen home on Sunday evening. _ __ Wesley Seabee In Far Pacific Writes Of Fighting 3iwpers Wesley; A Seabee from Wesley, Frank Henry Matern, carpenter's mate second class, now can tell 9 Httle something of bis Ufe these pa,st few war 'years. He^and his^buddies, attached to the Pacific fleet, were engaged in building a mjge .staging, area for U. S.< ; forces ; in the - Philippines when news of Japan's surrender vras received.! A staging area Is a sea;> an<J tend space where preliminaries to an invasion are handled and from iWlUch point troops and landed with in- the -Philippines and fought through, snipers am jungle to establish bas^s, The unit was w Us sgond tow of Pacific ; duty when Stipes, ceased, Pvu> jjig'tlwt-tjme they, feujjt H Birthhday Party At Lakota Home, 9th Lakota: A birthday party for 2- year old Albert Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Becker, was held lunday, Sept. 9. Among those who yisited the Becker home and participated in .he event were Mr. and Mrs. Jas- >er Steenhard and family of Swea ;ity and Martin Becker of St. 3 aul. Mr. and-Mrs. Vance Lester and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Enneri and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nick.Kpppen .arid family, Henry Olthoff and son Harold, .and Mrs. ; Anf&d 'Becker and son 'Larry,, and; St Wolcott, aU of^Lakpta. *••'•i. PENTONNEWS Mary Lou Finnestad, 'daughter of John Finnestads spent from Wednesday to' Saturday .with her sister Mrs. Harry Tunge at Sioux falls,-South' Dakota. . Miss Josephine Lund, local home economics teacher, spent the week end with Miss Rita Weis at her home in.Armstrong. Miss Weis is employed in the Fenton bank. Miss Lola Lindsey, educational director in the University Hospital at Iowa City, and her friend Miss Grace Yackey also of,Iowa City spent from Saturday to Wednesday with Miss Lihdsey's parents Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Lindsey. Crisco (, . . MORE HOG DILL PICKLES SHPPY PEANUT BUTTER ............. BORDEN CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK PINEAPPLE JUICE ....................... CLIMALENE .............................................. 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