The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 31, 1942
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THREE MOGENSEN BROTHERS, SWEA CITY, IN NAVY Swea City:. Mr. and Mrs. George Mogensen and the Einar Johnsons of Forest City recently visited their sons and brothers at Great Lakes, 111. The three Mogensen sons and a cousin who all enlisted in the navy, are now or soon will be scattered. Jens Is aboard ship on the Atlantic coast, Lawrence who returned with them has orders to be in San Francisco this week for training in naval radio and Carl is still in the Navy hospital at Great Lakes. 1'hs cousin, Carl Mogensen of Des Moines, has been assigned to duty with the merchant marine. LAND OWNERS IN DIST. NO. 4 DRAINAGE ASSESSED Land owners in drainage district No. 4 are paying assessments for the clean-out of the drain this spring. The assessments were based on the original assessment when the drain was put in about 35 years ago, and runs about $1 per acre Ten percent of the original assessment was taken. FORMER SWEA CITY MAN SUBMITS TO OPERATION ,Thomas Fretty, a former Swea City resident, is in a hospital in Milwaukee where he has undergone two operations the past two weeks. Mr. Fretty, who is 78 years old, came through the ordeal in good shape. This information came to us through his son, Jake Fretty, who lives at Guckeen, Minn. Jake has recently bought a farm not far from the place where he now lives. He expects to move onto it in the spring of 1943. Hans Engen of Wesley was in town on business last Tuesday. He is working in the creamery at Wesley where his son, Paul is butter- maker. The Willard Harrisons have moved into rooms over Infelts store. Mr. Harrisons is employed at the Northern dairy. Mrs. Harrisons was the former Bertha May Kiuger. A ten and one-half pound baby was born Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kulger. This makes » family of four for the Kulgers, two daughters of school age and two small sons. John Geerdes, farmer southwest of town has bought the old hotel building and expects to use It-for his Mafsey-Harris »««»««"*. bigness which Is now looted in the Mrs. Butterworbh building jus. north of the Tweeten hardware. The W. 3. C. S. of the Methodist n c en Ming C %. Kiuger Roy Nichols and Art Anderson be conducted by Mrs. RldS Ridge. e con . and the lesson by Mrs. Aletha Eck- fund Mrs. August X: Peterson will furnish music. ARMSTRONG BOYS WITH UNCLE SAM HOME AND ABROAD B. B Brooks Is located overseas bu, his exact whereabouts is not known. Leut Brooks entered the service a Albert Lea, and from there the unit went to Camp Claiborne, L£ Another Armstrong boy Howard o He ns a storekeeper and he has been help- fng handle the supplies and also the pay roll accounts. Mrs ClarencTAdams was hostess to the Foursome club at her home Eana efover Bend visit- he week end at the paren- Hecluce disease damage to grain crons and make your labor pay more profit by treating this year's higher-priced seed wheat, cats and barley with New Improved CERESAN. Generally increases yields. One pound treats 32 bushels of seed at extremely low cost. Kills certain seed-borne diseases by contact and effective vapor action. Wear dry mask when applying. Come in now for New Improved CEHESAN and free Grain Pamphlet. CERESAN for OATS v 5>r G D. West was elected presi- rlpn' of the school board. Dr. A. Whitlow and Dr West were re-elected to the school boad for a three- ye DaS'and Jane Niemeyer vis- ite^ from Thursday until Saturday at the home of their grandparents fn Fairmont, Minn. The girls am the daughters of the local bandmas- tpr G H. Niemeyer. Mrs.' L. A. Horswell has --cturned from White Bear • Lake, Minn whTre she visited her father for the past week. Mrs. Horswell also visited her daughter, Francis .who is attending a business college in St. P Mrs. W. J. Morsch and son, Paul, MRS. JOHN VOSS JR. HEADS LUVERNE TUESDAY CLUB LuVerne: The Tuesday club held Jts annual .election of officers at the meeting with Anna Wolto last week. Mrs. John Voss, Jr., was chosen president; Mrs. George Wolf, vice president and Mrs. J. A. Nel.'on secretary-treasurer. Suggestions for next year's program were given for roll call and Mrs. John .Voss, Jr read a paper prepared by Mrs Fred Merkle on Forest Rangers Mrs. E. R. Granner joined the clut at this meeting and Mrs. Harold Trauger was a guest. \ daughter was .born to Mr aric Mrs Sam Miller Monday. Tils is the Millers' first child. They moved to the Hardcopf farm on March 1 from St. Benedict. Mrs. F. I. Chapman entered ths Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where she submitted to a majoi operation Thursday morning. Fred Wolf is also recovering from a recent operation at the same hospi ta!. A first aid class met for its first lesson at the Community Hall on Tuesday evenin.g The class in eludes the 12 members of the vol unteer fire department as w.ell as others who are interested in the work. Dr. R. L. Corbin is instructor. The Methodist W. S. C. S. will mec!- Wednesday afternoon at the Community Hall for a Lenten tea. Mrs Peter Thompson' will conduct ,-he worship service, Mrs. Kenneth Whitney will direct a playlet "Let's Study" and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke has charge of the Lenten Box parade. Mrs. Lloyd Lavson is chairman of the pocial hour and Mesdamos Harold Phillips, John Voss, Jr., Mrs. John Voss, Sr., Ted Johnson and T. L. Williams are hostesses. St. Benedict Netts DM Mohm. Algom,. Mrs. 'Rich! called on afternoon. Mr. and MM. Will Jtarttndk of Wesley called at the a A. Hlrner home Wednesday evening. Albert Grandjennett of Camp Wolders, Texas, writes that a large number at the cairip have scarlet fever. Simon Hlrner received word on Friday that his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hirner of Quincy, 111., was seriously 111. 3Hr. and Mrs. George Hlrner, Lu» cllle and Anna Mae of Wesley were callers at the S. A. Hlrner home Friday evening. Mrs. Ben Dorr spent Wednesdaj with Mrs. Dan Froehllch who Is al present getting along quite welt after her recent illness and operation. The card club met with Mrs. Isadore Mayer last Thursday afternoon with eight in attendance. The prizes went to Mrs. Mary Dailey and Mrs. Regina Dorr. Mrs. Mildred Henderson of Min neapolis came Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Grandjennett, for a week. (Friday they called on the Herb Amdorfers. Mrs. Mary Simons at the Nick Arndorfer home, enjoyed a visit bV a sister, nephew and niece of Carroll, Iowa, last Monday, also calling on the Geo. Simons and Leo Lud- "fflgS Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Emll Arndorfer and Mrs Lawrence CInk in charge will have a card party at the parish hall some time In the week following Easter. Look for particulars in Thursday's paper. LAMTA'S FIRST PR, WILLIAM ft (Lakota: William B. Leslie died- at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday morning. Mr. Leslie had not been dn the beat o< health this winter,, but became aer- loUsy ill ten days ago and was taken to the hospital the week before his death. He aiws born Ma*ch 4tth, 1863, at .Princeton, Iowa, Ire Scott County to James and Mary Ann Leslie and came to Kossuth county in 1881, and moved to Ledyard in 1888. He was the first postmaster at Ledyard. He was married to Annie BY Ireland in 1887 and In 1897 they moved to a farm west Of Lakota and In 1935 to Lakota where he has since lived with his son and family. He Is survived by his widow, one son, Waller, Lakota, and Irvin Huskamp, City, In jimd in Tractor Accident fiwea Gltyi Ifvln'ttu'skafflji had a bad afcoJdent ori fo'ad K two and Hifles north of town on afternoon, H« was NEWLY ORGANIZED LIONS CLUB AT WESLEY ELECTS OFFICERS daughters went as far as Williamsburg where they visited relatives. The Mesdames Harold Goetscn, Russell Miller and Hans Hanson and son, Douglas, and Dagmar Laisen all of Ringsted, visited Thurs- —^r. en- Wesley: The newly-organized . Lions club met at the Reno cafe DALE JONES' ENTERTAINED for a noon lunch Thursday, March ^ 26th A business meeting followed. Roy Klenipeter is president, J. P. Studer, first vice president; Dr. A. H Raney, second vice president; Tom McMahon, secretary-treasurer' Alfred Erdman, lion tamer; J->. R'K Richardson, tail twister. Lael Root, Alf Studer, Ed Hildman and Albert Reno are directors. Committees named are attendance, Paul Engen and J. P. Studer; constitution and by-laws, R. C. Bauer and Will Frimml; finance, John iiut- chlson, Ed Hildman: andILL.Lease; day with Mrs. H. M. route to Fairmont, Minn. Douglas Hansen spent the afternoon witn his grandparents nriLauiii izju * * *»«•••*••• — Lion education, Dr H. H. Raney and John Hutchison; membership. J. P. Studer and E. M. Olson; convention. ...._ L. Hauptman plus — Del Benton, Tom Me- Mahon and Alfred Erdman; icity and bulletin editor, man and Albert Reno; Ed Hild- boys and lowo's new tlreomliner ihe Monlrow Hotel » to the evervdoy hotel what a Oei,el-po«er,d gtanl of the raili N to °n °W fo»hlon.d wood burner. If. "•* throughout, from (logpole .0 flag.lon... New Java Room Cotfee Shop, Hurdl. or.0- Holter lr,n ond Food Fovn.oh, Room will pl«aw the original organic mercury SEED DISINFECTANTS . TPtRTMINT FOd EVERY MAJOR CROP Lusby & Giossi Algona, Iowa UHlllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHI gins, Tom McMahon, L. T. Root Ind Chas. Price; citizenship and paTrlotism. L. Lease, E. M. Olson and Alf Studer; civic improvement, Ed Ldebig, Paul Engen and EM Olson; community betterment Will Frimml. Dr. H. H. Raney and Alfred Erdman; education, Dr R. K. Ki- L T Root; health and wen— Dr.'R. K. Richardson and Dr. L. L. Pfeffer; safetv, L. Haunt- man and Alfred Studer; sight and blind conservation, Albert Reno and Del Benton. , The Lions club will have a charter night Thursday night, April 16th A banquet will be served by members of the C. D. of A. ' PAUL GARMAN, SAILOR, TO IAN FRANCISCO STATION Paul Carman visited friends In Wesley Thursday before going to Ws parental C. Goslin home m Woden. He is a flrstclass seaman and has been in the naval training camp at the Great Lakes for six weeks. He has a week's furlough. He will go to San Francisco from " brother, Wayne is in a here naval m at San having re-enlisted last year Franci °' AT FAREWELL, PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Date Jones were honored at a farewell surprise party Friday evening by a. group of 16 friends. The evening was spent at cards. A delicious lunch brought by the self-invited guests was served. The Jones moved Monday to Swaledale where he is imttermak- er in the creamery. He was assistant buttermaker in the local creamery for the past three years. His place is being temporary filled by H. P. Engen who with his wife recently moved here from Swea City. He is Paul Engen's father. FORiMER WESLEY GIRL EDITS MAGAZINE Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley received word last week that Lieutenant-Commander Morton C. Mumma who is a brother of their son- in-law, Lieutenant-Comander A. G. Mumma, had recenty been awarded the navy cross for especially men-, torius conduct in submarine action against the Japanese. Mumma, one of seven commanders cited, is the son of Colonel Mumma, former R. O T. C. commander of the Iowa University and Mrs. Mumma, whose home is at Burnt Mills, Maryland. The elder man is a retired army officer and is on the staff of the Wai Production Board. Mrs. A. G. Mumma is Carmen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Braley. She is editor of a semimonthly advertising magazine "Army and Navy Town Talk." Her husband is lieutenant-commander in the navy and is on duty at the navy's model ship .basin at Carderock Maryland. His family lives at Arlington, Virginia. Mrs. Mumma visited her parents her for ten days in- February. Preston Chapin spent last week visiting In Minneapolis. Mrs. Etta Braley of Britt visited at the H. J. Braley home Tuesday UOW, One SUIl, vvtui.ei, .uattvia, cmv< one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Underkofler of Marquette, Iowa. .Two daughters preceded him jn death^ He also leaves one brother, James of 'Ledyard. Funeral services were held at the home at 1:30 and at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church Friday afternoon with the Rev. N. F. Grote in charge of the services. Mrs Earl Grabau, Mrs. Charles •, Betty Eggerth and Janice Inlay sang three songs. Pallbearers were Milton Pringle, Dr. H. H. Murray Steve Powers, Art Lester, Edward Looft and Henry Dyer. Interment was made in the Bancroft cemetery. TELCAMPS ATTEND RITES OF WEBSTER CITY MAN The J. E. Telcamps, the Edward Telcamps, the Cort Rippentrops and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop drove to Webster City last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Coonle Tel- camp <who was a brother of Edward Telcamp of Minnesota stopped at camp. He was 43 years old and about 15 years ago farmed with his brother Edward on the Koppen estate farm southwest of Lakota. He was unmarried. Mr. and Mrs v John Tecamp of Minnesota stopped at the the J, E. Telcamps for a short visit j on their way home from the funeral. J. E. and John are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Iverson of Minneapolis visited last week with Mrs. Anna Ogren. Mrs. Clyde Sanders went .to Swea City last week to help her mother, Mrs. Jake Kelly, can meat. •Gertrude Ukena, who is employ- .ed in Algona, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs' Will Ukena, recently. Cort Rippentrop is suffering with infection in one hand between the first and second fingers and had it lanced last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and daughters, Violet and .Elaine and Vera Olthoff spent the week end visiting at the Charles Olsons at Williams. Lakota has joined the State Line conference and as Thomas Hanifan will again be coach for the basketball teams, Lakota's prospects for having a good team are rather good. Here's wishing the teams "good luck"! A ten pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiuger Wednesday morning, March 25th. The Klugers who recently moved to the farm east of town vacated by the Louis Hansons, have one other son and two daughters. A. D, "Lefty" Austin came home from the hospital at Rochester Minn, last week where he recentlj underwent a major operation am is convalescing at his home here He expects to be back at work in the Thompson Yard soon. Mrs. Harry Mussman was called to Elmore, Minn., again last week Tuesday afternoon by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. F. C. riding a tfaetor which was-feei«« •pulled by a car driven by his wife Something caused ithe chriln to break and the tractor left the high grade turning upside down In the ditch, pinning Mr. Huskamp underneath. He was rescued and brought to Dr. Florbes 1 office, by a Mr, Junkermeier of the Ledyard neighborhood. ,It was found he had a fractured Collar bone arid chest' Injuries and he -Was unconscious for some time, After he had been given first aid here he was taken to Whlttemore. The Huskamps moved here from the 'Fertton-Whittemore vicinity this month, having purchased the Swansbn farm formerly occupied by the Harold Fishers. LEDYARD NEWS / Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullllvan Friday evening, Marjorle Barnes visited with Edna Leslie at Lakota from .Tuesday until Thursday. The girls are old schoolmates. iWillls Dyet - of Kessler Field, Mississippi, has been 1 visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Dyer having been >6n a ten-day furlough. George Thompson, rural carrier, took -five days of vacation' the past week and Jack McDonald carried the route. The Thompsons Were the guests' of Mrs. IJeter Thompson of LuVerne last ..Sunday. "Dennis McDonald went to- Des Moines for the week end and to attend the basketball tournament. He (will also visit Dr. and Mrs. McNerney. Mary Ellen is Dennis' sis- ttr, Jtrene Ofp, Wtfiftt M.M>. M#. H, it Dyttwwiw Ass ttwn tf&Mnf ai tfendirUhef tor.I ilMtf y%r the pam tWd yWfSJlri Miami, Pla.j H*B ttkW «t«MiWU6n for a Civil aSJvloS JdUVIn W«*ftlftgton, D. a, and is awaiting Hife call to that place, Mts. Ja«k McDonald, Louia McDonald, Doria Welfare and Mr. SHd Mrs. Oearge Thompson called ftt the Walter Leslie "home In Lakpta, on Thursday evening. Wm. 'Leslie, the father of Walter, foriftery-<of Ledyard, was buried on Friday at Lftko* ta, He died at the Buffalo Center hospital followjng a stroke. ¥ o y n CHIC 1C S HISHY CASH TO BUY MILK COWS LOW COST ONLY 406 TO OOc per month per cow • Under our Special low cost finance plan "you can easily Increase your herd of daily cattle. Payment extended 6-12 or 18 months. ' See us for more complete Information about this money making plan, Phil J. Kohlhaas Algeria Phone 23 Lusby & Giossi Announcement I wish to announce my candidacy for Ooun- ty Treasurer on the Republican Ticket 1 . All votes will be appreciated. C. W. Pearson BUILD YOUR BROODER AND HOG HOUSES NOW and make the most on rising prices of Hogs and Poultry. SEEl/S NORTON & SON F. S. , The Goslins dents. are former Wesley resi- SPECIAL NOTICE! Our Complete Linoleum Stock —including Inlaid and Felt Base Yard g Goods and Rugs will all be on sale from | this day on at exactly the same a* cata- | logue prices, and in most cases we can j give you the identical patterns and you | will not have to wait to order. j afternoon. Theodore Johnson attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Kllian at Melvin, 111., Jast week. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, April 6th Mrs. Tom Forburger will serve. Mrs. Oliver Young left last week for Iowa City where she entered the University hospital for treatment. Cashier Guy M. Butts of the Exchange State bank, returned last week from a six weeks' trip to Te;:- iis and other southern states. Alvln Loebig returned Thursday from a week's visit with his brother, Gordon at Pine Bluffs Army Camp aa | near Little Rock, Arkansas. Mrs. G. Olson,, L. P. Olson, Emma SUider and Mrs. Tillie Loebig were Mr son City visitors Monday of last v ek. Mrs. Olson had a medical dieck-up. Lavon Gerdes left over the week end for Minneapolis, where she is a student in the University of Minnesota. She had spent a ten day vacation at her parental Ihno Ger- Read This In order that we may furnish goods on S this basis we are cutting our overhead by S discontinuing all laying. This will also H enable us to give better service to our 1| ever-increasing furniture trade by keep- SJ ing 9ur men in the store to serve you. "™ Let us figure your Linoleum order before you send for it. We will cut, wrap, and tie it on your car for you at catalogue prices, RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company North lows*'* Fastest Growing Furniture 1 des home. Earl Ward, Mrs. Lena Ross and Theresa drove to Iowa Falls one day last week where they were guests at the George Gordon home honoring Earl who expects to leave soon for the army. (Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kleinpeter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter were Mason City business callers Tuesday of last week. Mrs. A. Kleinpeter went for a medical check-up. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson were host and hostess to their evening bridge «lub Monday evening of last week. Mrs. John Hutchison and Supt. Maurice Page were high score winners and Mrs. H. H. Raney Klester, Mrs. Kiester has not been well this winter and Mrs. Mussman has spent much time with her. Eight pupils of Mrs. Edgar Inlay took part 'in a piano recital at her home laat week Tuesday evening. The mothers were guests of the event. Those who took part were: Avis Mitchell, Violet Jansen, Betty Klenitz, Charlotte Schroeder, Gloria Anderson, Carroll Anderson, Ronald Anderson and Thelma Penning. A good sized crowd attended the band concert at the school auditorium Thursday evening. Mr. Caster had charge of the band music and Miss Skeels of the vocal music and all was much enjoyed by the audience. During the shimmer this school band will give weekly concerts on the street once each week with Mr. Caster as instructor. x Forty relatives of Mr. and Mrs Hpnry Geerdes gathered at their home while they were at church and tielped them celebrate their silvei wedding anniversary. It was a rea surprise but the guests .brought a bountiful dinner among which waJ a large angel food cake decoratec in silver and the honorees were presented with a chest of silver The afternoon was spent visiting Mrs. J. H. Warburton received a card last week from Russell E. Nelson, who is now a sergeant in the 40th Ordnance Co., Aberdeen Proving Grounds, in Aberdeen, Maryland. Russell is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nelson, who at one time lived in Hebron township but who moved to Oregon several years ago. Russell was one of Mrs. Warburton's young people Sunday School class for several years and is a fine young man. Mrs. Cort Rjppentrop, assisted by Mrs. John Heetland and Mrs. Geo. won low score prize. (Mrs. George Ward entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Hidman won high score prize and Mrs. Alf Studer Flattering New fl'A ATC Sport or Dress V VII 1 M Foi Easter - Foi Spring 12 95 Ennen entertained the Ledyard township home project meeting with 15 women and several children present. At the business meeting it was decided to hold election of officers at the May meeting new officers to take office June 1st Mrs, |J. E. Telcamp led a round table discussion on libraries, town and traveling libraries. The May meeting will be with Mrs. Ted tine. prise. Mrs. George be hostess to the received travel Vitzthum will club on Thursday, April 9. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, April 1st at the Raymond Hanson home with Mrs. Jay Lolling, Mrs. John Paulson and Mrs. Fred Seefeld as assistant hostesses. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen will lead devotions and Mrs. H. M. Hansen will have the lesson. , Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Froeh»ci> entertained their evening §00 club Thursday evening. Mrs. Evrpu! Loebis w4 Urban Llckteig won high score prise, Mrs. Urban Wck- teig and Jac^c Kutschara were low Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, Zita Thill and Helen Youngwlrth returned Wednesday from a weeks' trip to Texas. alsp received travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt will entertain the club on Thursday evening, April 8th. The Study cjub met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Matern. Mrs. John Annesbury had the lesson on Famous American Shrines, assisted by Mrs, L. 3U Pfeffer. The club will meet -with Mrs. Milton Giddings, a member who now lives in Algona, on Tbur.v Kraiw Choose your Easter coat from this large selection of outstanding styles ... Pitted and box type COATS in tweeds, plaids, fleeces and herringbones . . . beautiful srpring fabrics . . .. Misses' sizes 9 to 20. ... Women's sizes' 38 to 44.' 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