The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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PAGE FOUR, Salvation Army Drive In Kossuth Underway NAME TOWNSHIP CHAIRMEN; SEEK $3,800 IN COUNTY With selection of township commilteemen completed, and cliaimien. of town drives in the process of concluding, the second drive for funds in the history of the Salvation Army is slated to {•ot going in Kossuth county tomorrow. June 19. The Kossuth drive runs from June 1!' through June 25, and the county quota is $3,797.60. Harolcl J. McNertncy, Algona attorney, is county chairman of the drive. Township Chairmen Under the names of the tovvn- ..ship c'hairmen, letters are going out to all rural 'homes this week, asking for donations of whatever amount folks feel they can spare. Self-addressed envelopes are enclosed for convenience of those donating. Township chairmen lending their support to the drive arc as follows: Buffalo—Ernest Peterson, Titonka. Burl—E. R. Woltz, Hurt. Crcsco—Ralph Morgan, Algona. Eagle—John C. Johnson, Armstrong. Fentim—Peter Haycnga, Fenton. Carfi.ckl — R. B. Chambers, West Bend. ' German—G. D. Welhouscn, Tito n k a. Grant—Richard I. Anderson, Ledyard. Greewood—P. H. McNertncy, Bancroft. Harrison—Richard M. Andcr- .snn. SWIM City. Ik-broil — Ray Eichh.M'n, Elmore. Minn. Jrvington — Henry Sehcpp- n'.'inn, Irvington. Li'dyarcl—George Hagge, Ledyard. Lincoln—George Jutting, Buffalo Center. Lolls Creek—Olio Wichlen- dahl, Lone Rock. LuVornc—Glen Buchanan, Algona. Plum Creek—Harry, Algona. Portland — Henry A. Smith, Burl. . Prairie—Herman J. Studcr, Corwilh. Ramsey — Joe Mousel, Ban- crol't. T'iverdale — John Bormann, Seneca—Julius W. Bollig, Fenion. Sherman—C. E. Swanson, Lu- Verne. Springfield—L. J. Junkermeier. El more, Minn. Swea—L. J. Hanson, Swca City. Union—Jes Sorcnsen, Algona. Wesley — Olaf Funncmark, Wesley. Whittcmore. — Ervin Scims, Whilteinore. In counlv towns, chairmen had been named for several towns, as follows: Wesley:—Mrs. J. A. Riggs. Whittcmore—Mrs. Pete Schu- jnaehcr. * Tilonka—John Hamilton. Swea Cily—Ray Smith. In Algona a chairman and cochairman are being appointed. The towns will be solicited personally.-and not by mail. Hall State Chairman W. Earl Hall of Mason City is state chairman of the drive. Iowa is asked to raise $228,000. Only once previously has the Salvation Army staged a national fund-raising campagin, and that was after World War I. In this win-, the Salvation Army pooled its resources by request with other organizations to form the U. S. O. setup, but still individually did much to help service men and women in all parts of the' world. 'The Salvation Army deserves more than just good wishes, it deservus the helping 'hand of every generous person," said Mr. Hall. Last year alone the organization provided 11 million meals lo needy men, women and children in the United States, and during the war, il served 4,000 units on 20 fronts.' Ask the veterans what they ihink of the Salvation Army, added Mr. Hall. The county advisory committee aiding Mr. McNertncy includes C. B. Murtagh. Fred Plumb, Kay Sctchell, R. B. Waller and O. B. Laing of Algona, W. A. Murray of Bancroft, O. L. Thoreson of Swea City, Win. Weimer of Ledyard, and J. A. Nelson of LuVernc. Two From Kossuth Are I.S.C. Graduates Ames, Iowa: Iowa State college celebrated its 75th annual commencement June 4 by granting degree to 381 candidates. Dr. Charles E. Friley, president, delivered the commencement address. Among those receiving degrees were the following: Kossuth—Robert Powers, La- kola, doctor of veterinary medicine. Mary Frances Inman, Bancroft. bachelor of science in child clcvclopmpnt. Cuts End Off Thumb Lukota: Ben Farrow cut Ihe end off one thumb last week Monday while using an electric plane in his work shop. He was not able to work for a few days. Mrs. Lindholm Is Hostess To Cresco Embroidery Club Irvington: Mrs. Paul Lindholm was hostess last Tuesday to the Crcsco Embroidery club. The program consisted of a piano solo by Jacqueline Brown and a lalk on "The Dells of Wisconsin," by Mrs. John Dreesman. Mrs. Dreesman displayed several articles she had purchased at The DeVls which had been made by' the Indians. The next regular moct- ing of the club will be the an- ual club picnic in July nl Ihe Call State park with Mrs. Paul Willc in charge of the entertainment. At Bible School There were 1G yonng people from the local Presbyterian church who attended the Daily Vacation Bible school at the Algona Presbyterian church. Miss Geraldine Colwcll represented the local church on the teaching staff. Mrs. K. P. Roney also started with Ihe work but due to Mr. Roncy's illness resigned. ,.,v Wade Ball returned last week- after visiting friends and relatives at Laredo, Mo. Barbara Winter has returned to her 'home after visiting with her cousin Mrs. Wade Bull. Mrs. Paul Lindholm and daughter Carol Ann went to Aurora, Mo., last Friday summoned there by the critical illness of Mrs. Lindholm's mother. Everett Brown. G. M. 2-c, has received his discharge and is at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown after being in the navy for over two ycare. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Die trick have been visiting in Minnesota. Their children remained with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. \Valtcr Barr. Among those attending the recent 4-H club Rally at Burt from this community and the Irvhigton I's 4-H girls' club were Mcsdames Walter Barr, Wm. Gronbach, E. O. Chamberlain, Rasmie Hanson, and Laura Jean Barr, Shirley Hanson, Ardis Bosworth, Helen Gade, Louise Sorensen, Joan and Bernadine Rochleau, Bonnie Gronbach, and Joan Laurilxson. ALGONA BAPTIST PASTOR HONORED AT SWEA MEETING Swea Cily: Two hundred delegates and visitors attended the one-day session of the Northern Baptist Association which convened at the Swea City Baptist church June 12. About 20 north lo-Vci churches .were represented with Fort Dodge sending a delegation of 35 in a chartered bus. Stale officers appeared on the program during the day as follows: Dr.'Walter Halbcrt executive secretary of Baptist work for the stale, Rev. Carllon W. Saywell, director of town and country work, and Rev. Victor O. Wick, director of Christian education. The Rev. S. C. Blumhagen of Renwick preached the annual sermon. Named Vice Moderator At the morning session, committees were appoinled and the highlight of the aflernoon's business was the vote to accept the revised constitution. Newly elected officers were installed in the evening as follows: Moderator, M. F. Jeffries, Fort Dodge; vice moderator, Rev. R. F. Kittrell, Algona; clerk-treasurer, Mrs. James Nelson, Renwick; member slate executive board, Rev. G. E. Forsell, E»thervilje; member stale ordination committee. Rev. A. J. Knudson, Gilmore City. Special musical numbers dur- ,ing the day included two vocal solos by Esther Charlotte Smith, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Walter G. Smith, and by Mrs. F. A. O>!rundson of Dayton; two vneul duels by A.-zell-D Peterson and Mary Tish, and seve numbers by tbre° Indian girls from Bacone college for Indians at Muskog-jc, Okla. The three girls, each a representative of one of the tribes attending the school, were dressed in charac- tt.', istic dress of their nation, one wearing the Choclaw garb, another Creek, another Apache, and the pianist, wife of Missionary Rev. F. E. Bevin of Andarko, Okla., wore the colorful costume of .the Hopi tribe. Now Anyone Can Have, Plenty of Hot Water In a Jiffy! NEW POCKET SIZE PORTABLE WATER HEATER COSTS LESS THAN $2.00 BOILS FASTER THAN GAS! Merely place a V'co FAST-WAY Electric Water Healer in a tub, jjaj>i_ v pjiil,. -or- kettle containing walcr. Plug in the nearest socket, presto — in a few minulus hot water! A sufficient quantity for bathing, washing, scrubbing, etc. Far faster than the average gas burner, yet costs less than $2.00. No fires to build or hot water to carry. No running up and down stairs. No top heavy fuel bills.- Handy! Portable! Inexpensive. Originally S3.75. Now less than $2.00. Gel a V'co FAST-WAY Water Heater Today. PRATT j ELECTRIC CO. ir Ilardviiirc and Kiev trie Stores Kvcrj \vlicro Speaks Rov. Belvin, « young.. AptMhe; minister, spoke, at' mojfning and aftefno6rt meetings ,an"d Rebecca Anderson of Humboldt, missionary to Burma,; addressed the afternoon meeting and displayed a number of Burmese costumes. Next year's association will meet at Webster City, with the annual sermon to be preached by Rev. G. E. Forsell of Estherville, Rev. Kittrell as alternate. Marine Recruiters Coming On June i Ma'rihe yeterahst ytftl'" •gona . oh , J.une • 28 ; . ing party is headed;' E. Viekey and 'will- the court house. • The United- Sta*?s M&rine's, America's elite troops' 1 and the world's most versatile military force, are seeking tutog.., $rid four year enlistinerit*', 6'f , v ' ; ' '-' young men between' the>a" 17 and 25 inclusive;' is of may make their choice between aviation and general duty.' The 1 Leathernecks need iiTefcsfor jts .air arm to fly and service its land and carrier-based aircraft, This Includes pilots, navigators, bombardiers, gunners, . radio operators and mechanics. Breaks Leg Itv An of Peter Unusual Acciden Wfiitlemofe: FMendS Heldt were sdrfy; to hear that hti had the misfortune»to foe JH art auto, accident Idst'wfeejit Tuesday everting near his hotfte at F6rt bodge. Mrs. Heldt was driving their car while Mr. Heldt was riding on the fender holding a sewing machine when their automobile and another car collide ed at an inter-section. Mr. .Heldt was taken at once to the Luther-' an hospital, where it was'learned that both bones of his 'leg were fractured, William'Boettcher Of Lotts Creek A Birthday Guest Lotts Greek: A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Boetcther Wednesday evening to help Mr,'Boettcher celebrate his birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Drey- cr and family, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte and Mrs. Clara Gremmels of Fairvilk, Mr. iiuiftMd Sev v 'f«rim: Five was \ptftyed far enter* taittrnfcht, 'High Scare jBHfceS #ent to Georf 6 fioltft aBd MM. Martin DfejrerJ 16W td tfoliih SChftllin find Mrs,- Zumaclh. •Mrs, f, Wi Mitlftg spent a few days wltii Mrs. Jtfhft Se&gebafth, Afeona.. Mr, arid Mrs. A, Lusfnfinn arid Darlene spent a ffeW days the past week with relatives " nt Fiirrtharhville. Mrs, Eldoft Browning arid daughter Carol Ann and Beverly Potratz returned the past'week from Marion, S- D. ( where another check-up was Wade regarding Carol's health. ' Church services Sunday at Im- mdnuel Lutheran are English at 9 a. m. and Gentian Services with German communion at 10:45 a. m. Announcements for Holy Communion on Thursday from 4 to 10 p. m. . Paul Fuerstenau spent a few days at Waterloo and was a witness at the marriage of his cousin Miss RuWi Schmiel to Gage Brerton of Lake Geneva, Wis., at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Waterloo, Wednesday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. wwe •. HtifS atteWded deaiefs 1 coftVfefttidft aid they also visited .flt=lhe.H<>nie of Mf; and. Mi-e, Walter Ohm Irtd With othe'r Relatives, ';fl6fflU5« Pompe accompanied them IS Waterlog ^ere she is employed in a bakery. < . 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