The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 31, 1942
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ThaAlgoni v^p + f SON BORN TO FORMER FENTON MUSIC TEACHER •Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Roche •of Early, Iowa,' afe parents of a t%. pound son, James Cecil, >born on March 21st. Mrs. Roche Is the former Ardls Branan, music teacher here two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dreyer and two children visited at the Mervin Priebe home Monday night. P.hilip Wander of Castalla spent the past week at the home of his uncle and mint, the Philip Wanders. Donald Jorgenson went to Minneapolis Thursday morning to attend the state bnskebball tournament- Mr. and Mrs. William Huskamp JUST RECEIVED Another big shipment of Men's and Boys' OVERALLS WOODWARDS of Falrmdnt came Thursday and will visit at the' Robert Huskamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Gt irge Bolllngei went to Garner Thursday to sea Mrs. Bollinger's mother, Mrs. Fred Ktlnge, Sr., who Is 111. Robert Votteler who has been ill since the* latter part of last Week, was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huskamp attended a progam at the Grant consolidated school Friday night. Participating in it were children of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ervin Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. H. tin Dreyer, Al- vlna and Ruth drove to Fairmont Friday to meet Forence Newel of Kenyon, Minn., who will spend her- F.pring vacation visiting relatives here. Dn and Mrs. J. A. Muller and Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske drove to Minneapolis Wednesday on n combined business and pleasure trip. While there they attended the ice carnival. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baumgartner of McCallsburg, Iowa, came Wednesday morning for a visit at the William Huskamp, John Arbogast and Hans Baago homes. They o-e- turned home Saturday. Henry Field fs GIVING AWAY Thlf Wt»k-End! Bctttr G«» Yours Make*Easter the Occasion for that New Photograph you've been promising yourself sn lous:. It's an appropriate time to exchange photographs and besides, that new Easter costume will show you at your best. ThelLong's Studio FINE PHOTOS COST LESS Removal Permits When moving- from one dwelling or location to another DO NOT PAIL to notify agent of the change. ~* TURKEY INSURANCE —We write turkey, insurance at the low rate of 4e per bird. Insure Your Brooder House and Baby Chicks R. S. Blossom Insurance Agency Algona, Iowa First D.oor North Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 125 FARMERS Breeching Harness Back Pad Harness All strap work in these harnesses guaranteed. A s od line of collars and strap and harness hardware in stock. GARDEN TOOLS Lawn Brooms 49c 25 percent Discount on the balance of our DuPont Paint- going fast. We Sell for Cash and Save You Money Kohlhaas Hardware Tuesday and Wednesday, March 31-Aprll 1 Keep 'Em Flying Loretta Ypung Conrad Veitlt in "Men In Her Life" A picture of rare beauty. Life and loves of an exciting woman. Thuis.-Fri., April 2-3 Thurs. Bargain Mat. 10c-25c Calendar Coupons this date YOU KNOW THESE PEOPLE...BMWM you'll find yourself living fh«if story with riwnl Mo^ A COLUMBIA pi'CTlJBe; Second Feature East Side Kids in "MB. WISE GUY" Saturday, Midnight 11:30 and Sun.-MorL, April 4-5-6 FUN AHOY! 0*« WS * Saturday, April 4th Big Three Way Double Feature and Fun for the family Jomedy of the Wide-Open Fac •BROWN GARDNERS LOSE 500 BABY CHICKS UNION TOWNSHIP Union: trie 1 Orville ardners were surprised when they went to attend their baby chicks about 1 a. m. Saturday morning. The brooder house was fllled with smoke and all the 500 baby chicks were smothered. The Gardners had just, purchased a new kerosene brooder stove . but something must .have gone wrong with the control wafer as a hole was burned In the floor but the litter around the stove was of a non-inflammable compistion and the fire did not spread and the house was thus saved. The' loss might have been much greater. WII-SONS VISIT FATHER IN KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Wilson of Des Moines came Sunday to visit Mrs. Wjtlsonls fathcfr, Leonard iCruik- shank, who is a patient at the Kossuth hospital the past week receiving treatment for heart trouble. Mrs. Wilson will be remembered as Eleanor Orulkshahk. Mr. Wilson will be inducted into the U. S. army the lait of the week and must return to Des Moines. Mrs. Wilson will remain her.e with her mother [or a time. Mrs. Don Boevers spent last Thursday with her mother at Fen ton. They spent the day in Spencer. Emil Stoffel, Union townsnip farmer and father of Mrs. Jack Grandjennett, has been confined to his bed with infection of the gall bladder and is under the care of a docton Sharon, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner, was taken 111 with a high fever last Monday and was for a time threat- o-ed with pneumonia. We are glid to report she is improved. Miss Bernice Stalzer, teacher in District No. 6 (Deles Gardner school), has resigned and Mrs. Lester Charleson of Thompson has been hired to teach the remain'ng portion of the term. We wonder if Cupid has anything to do with the resignation. James Shipler received word that liis brother, Sam is at Rochester, where he had to have his foot amputated following an accident. He got-hls foot caught in a feed grin^- clcr while grinding feed and his foot was all taken off but the heel bo- fore the machinery could be stop- pod. Mrs. Earl Taylor was Hostess to the ladies of District No. 5 at her home -last Thursday afternoon at a garden meeting. Mrs. TayU-r gave a report on the recent meeting in Agona. Several good discussions were held. Lunch followed. Similar meetings will be held throughout the township. The Union Mothers and Daughters club will 'meet?this 'Thursday, April 2, with Bertha Sarchet instead of the schedule in the year book. The program will consist of the hostess' number; paper, "Living Customs in Alaska", Erma Harvey; "Nylon", by Mary Lichter; and song by Janice Bjustrom. Mrs. Sarchet and Mrs. Sears exchanged meeting dates this year. Notice The annual meeting of the members of the Algona Cemetery Association will be held on Monday, April 6 1942 at 4 p. m., at the secretary's office. A report of the past year's transactions will be read and such/business will be taken care of as proprely comes before this meeting. '• ' D. D. PAXSON, 13 • Secy-Treasurer. TWO MEN WANTED BY LARGE FEED COMPANY Two hard-working men with right qualifications are wanted for permanent work by one of the big feed companies. No investment necessary. Farm experience desirable. Must have car, be 25 to 55 years of age. Full time work. For personal interview send your nam'e and address to „ Box 69 Algona, Iowa 13* When cleaning does not help When you find yourself wiping your glasses frequently in an effort to improve your sight, you will know that you have "outgrown" the correction they give you. Eyes change. And vision changes. Eyesight should be examined at two-year periods. Keep your sight at its best. Clear vision is important to your work, pleasure, health; and even to your safety. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardtfs Algona, Iowa EPTICEMIABACTEIHN aie exclusive *<*&& PRODUCT* LUSBY&OIOS6I ttoland L*«on Helen June Howe, daughter &f Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook R. Chicago, and Roland A, Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred V. Larson of Algona were married Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at the Av&ndale Methodist church In Chicago. The Rev. Earl Knfle read the double ring ceremony in the presence of three hundred guests. Attending the bride were 'Lois Dragoo, maid of honor; Beverly Lin-coin, brldemaid, and Shirley Johnson, junior bridesmaid. Edwin H. Howe and Ed Hergenrather were the groom's attendants. The bride wore a white satin gown with a train length veil. She carried a streamer bouquet of white orchids, white sweet peas, carnations and friezla. In her hair were orange blossoms sent to her by a friend in California. The. maid >f honor wore coral starched chiffon over taffeta and the brldesmaWs wore similar gowns of blue. Lohengrin's wedding march wa.s played by Herbert Lincoln and John Fecke sang "Oh Promise Me" and "Because" at the ceremony. At the reception at the church which followed, Mrs. George Anderson sang a group of love songs. After tho bridal buffet supper at .the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larson left on a week's honeymoon. The new Mrs. Larson is a grad- iinte of the Carl Schurz high school nnd Wright college. She is affil- inted with Delta Kappa Chi sorority. ' Roland is well thought of in h! home town where he was graduated from the local high school in 1933. He worked for a time foi- the Fort Dodge Messenger, Tho Algona Upper Des Moines and Andersen's Grocery. He then attended .and was graduated from Iowa State College where he was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Psi Chi fraternities. He Is at present employed in the Credit Department of the Continental Illinois National Bnnk and Trust Co. His mother, Mrs. A. V. Larson, was present a!: tho wedding. After April 6 the youn? couple will be at home at 460G North Hermitage Ave., Chicago. Sorority Elects Officers— iBeta Sigma Phi elected officers at their last regular meeting. They are as follows: Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen, president; Lucille Black, vice president; Verabel Ulfers, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert Williams, recording secretary, ami Mrs. 'Russell Waller, treasurer. The officers will be installed .at the Pounders Day meeting banquet in May. April has been designated PS Rush month to take in new members. R. N. A, Club— /The Royal Neighbor club met last Week Tuesday at the honve of Mrs. Prank Ostrum with Mrs. Esther Helberg as assisting hostess. After the business meeting the group played cards with Mrs. Hugh Post receiving the high score defense stamps and Mrs. B. H. Potter the second prize. The next meeting is to be held at the home of Mrs.; Bert Baldwin with Mrs. Elliott Skilling assisting. Oil)bage Club Organized- John McDowell, Henry Guderian, Byron Van Roekel, R« A. Nealy, Wesley Hardy, W. E. Allen, Del Clopton, E. R. DeLaho and E. F. Larson have organized a men's cribbage club. The group met last week Monday at the Henry Guderian home. R. J. Nealy won high score prize and John McDowell won the law score prize. They plan to meet on the third Tuesday of each month. New Missionary Officers— The newly-elected 'officers of thr Presbyterian Missionary society for the coming year are Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, president; Mrs. J. J, Wadleigh, vice president; Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, secretary; Mrs. Leroy McWhorter, treasurer. The church year closes on April 1 and all yearly reports have been submitted to the district Presbyterial and all financial apportionments met. Girls Entertain— ? 'Rosalie Swanson and Charlotte Uc'hnson entertained a group of girls at the C. H. Swanson home Thursday evening honoring the birthday of Audrey Slagle. The evening was spent playing bridge with high score being won by Audrey Slagle. Georgia Anne Gelgel to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Georgia Anne'to Gerald Voigt, son of Mrs* Carrie Voigt of Ponton. The event will take place following the Lenten season. Past Matrons' Club— The Past Matrons' club of the O. E. S. is meeting this afternoon ut the Masonic Temple. Hostesses are RAMONA MAYER, PRAIRIEN0.4, SPELLING CHAMP The schools of Prairie township met at District'N-o. 4, St. Benedict, on Thursday afternoon to hold the township spelling contest. Twelve contestants from the following schools entered: Dist. No. 2, Miss Stuart, teacher—Joy Jesse. Dist. No. 4, Sister Mary Carina, teacher—Ethel Mae Arndorfer, Ruth Chase, Louis Clupny Melvin Arndorfer, Philip Eischen, Sylvia Ferstl, Ramona Mayer, Elvera Thill. Dist. No. 9, Miss Carroll, teacher- Lea Lallier, Shirley Miller, /Doris Miller. - • 'Ethel Mae Arndorfer was winner in the written contest. Ramona Mayer was winner 'In the oral contest. For the final winner of Prairie township, an oral contest was held between these two winners. Ramona Mayer won the championship for the (own- ship. This entitles her to enter the county spelling contest to 'be held at Algona on April 4. Hiss Winger^, teacher of Dist. No. 3. was, pronouncer for the coj^est The Misses Marion Arndorfer, Johanna Recker and Noreen Arend were the Mrs./D. b. Paxson, Vl6lot fien*chot- er and MM. A. A, Blahop. Ldla Sctiffham will be initiated Into the club. Mrs. Casey Loss is pfesldeiit. Birthday t»arty^'~~ .Mrs. W. A. Bielch of the Plum Creek neighborhood entertained a group of children In honor of the birthday <cf her daughter, Joan, who was eleven Saturday. Joan's aunt, Mrs. Sam Medln of Algona <vas also a guest. Terry Bolilmors' Birthday- Mrs. Annabelle Behlmer enter- tainted Mrs. N. J. Crawfofd and daughter, NanfcjV and Mrs. William Finn and daughter, Carole, at a party Friday evening In honor of the' birthday of her son, Terry Bob Behlmer, ' Club to" Fort Dodge— (Mrs. P. M. Saunders entertained the seven members of her club from Algona at her homd Ih'Fort Dodge, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Saunders is a former Algonan and keeps her membership in this Algona club. . C. T. U, MeeVs— The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet .Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Mrs. Laura'Keen will be In -charge of the devotional part of the meeting. ^M' *..-— ' Irvlnffton Farm Bureau— The'ladles of the Irvlngton Farm Bureau met with Mrs. Wood last Thursday for their final lesson this season. .Mrs. Barney^Cape'sius is ii charge of this group with Mrs. Grace Phillips assisting. .•.:•• Congregational Aid Postponed— The meeting of the Congregational Ladies Aid regularJy held on the first Thursday of every month, has been postponed a week and will be held April 9 '.because of the Holy Week services: Card Party at Hall— (Mrs. .Emil Arndorfer and Mrs. Lawrence Cink will be hostesses at the St. Benedict hall Monday evening at a card party. This party Is sponsored by circle three of tho church there. Dinner-Bridge Club- Mr, and Mrs. C. R. DeSart entertained the members of their dinner-bridge club at their home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker are new members. Dinner Club- Jean Buthman entertained the eight members of her dinner club Saturday evening at the home of aer 'parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Buthman. Iris Lleh's Birthday— j •Mrs. Reinhard Lieb entertained a group of youngsters at a party HOOD'S Specials Tue. Wed. Thurs. Butternut COFFEE 2 lbs .55c SOAP 10 bars 39c No. 10 Gal. APRICOTS each 49c Post TOASTIES each 8c Full Quart MUSTARD each !0c Corn, or Gloss, 1 Hi. STARCH 2 pkga .13c Large Pkg. •» RINSO 239c for . 10 PRUNES each 35c Campbell's SOUP 2 (or !9c except Chicken or Mushroom Fancy Whole Kernel CORN 2 tor 21c Fancy, No. 2 can TOMATOES2 (M 21c Standard No. 2 can PEAS 2 for 22c Fresh DO-NUTS 13c do , Large ORANGES d02 .29c Fresh ' '(' CARROTS ^ 5c Fancy APPLES 4 lta .25c Texas i ORUIT10 for 29c Fiiro BANANAS2 lb8 .I5c PORKCHOPS25c lb Cudahy's Pure Pork Small Unb SAUSAGE lb 25c 2 ,*. 21c PureBuik LARO F>l«w afternoon ho fchthW o* her daughter, Iris. „ ' *k.fT.-i •> ' t, >l 't»d# ih»ti«M ' , l <'' * ," iffiidence Chapter of. the Masonic Iddfe will have wwrk 6h the iefioftd .degree tFrJday nlghi, April 3rd. Hear ROV It ttANNA ^.Ruthven, Iowa candidate for the nomination for U. S. Representative' from thp 6th Congressional District (formerly the 8th) over Radio Station KVPD, Ft. .Dodge, D|al 1400 Thurs. P. M., April 2, 12:45 p. in. Every ' red-blooded American should listen to this .vital message. ,v White Leghorn Cockerels, three weeks old $4,50 of $45 per thousand ;.; These Will be ready to sell in five weeks at good - . • . ', s ,. • I • early broiler prices. , . Heavy cockerels three weeks old at $14.90 Day old Leghorn cockerels at $1.90 p^r 100* ' ' : '.'•'•"'..•/ •• ' . .'.. •-•'..' >'.'r'; '•••'' Hamilton Bancroft and Titonka "ALGONA'S STYtLE CENTER y And WE'RE READY With the • smartest showing of Women's — Misses— and Junior apparel we have ever shown. . ^ , Consider this an invitation to come and look. DRESSES MILLINERY SPORTS WEAR AND ACCESSORIES IS HERE 3.95 Yes, the pick of the Spring Beauties have arrived! Gay ,,. charming ... alluring! Delicately crafted in Hollywood to bring all eyes to your feet,... to make you Easter'? smartest fashion figure I •-

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