The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1942
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The Akona Upper De* Moines, Algona, I6wa, Aprli 7, UNION MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS CLUB MET AT SARCHETS Union: fti& tTnloft Mothers and Daughters club met with Bertha Bardlet last Thursday afternoon, 26 ladies attending. Brma Harvey .gave a paper on "Alaska," taking as her"' subject the government proj- «ct of settling families from Wisconsin In the fertile farming valley in Alaska. America was sung •with Hazel Jenkinson at the piano. "Onward Christian Soldiers" was .sung with Marguerite Gardner at the piano. A report was given on the county federation meeting held in Algona. It was announced that the May county federation meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting will he held this fall in October. Kath- j-yn Lesson was appointed to take liillian Elllngson's place on the Rural School Day committee. A tray lunch was served. BEGINNERS ENTER DISTRICT NO. 4 SCHOOL (Beginners • at school district No. •4 for the spring term are Gerald, jum-of Mr. and Mrs. Nebb Davis; Ziorralne, daughter lof Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Rich; Richard, son of Mr. artl Mrs. James Shlpler; Janice, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin BjUBtrom. Richard Wallace, who .-was out with the measles has returned to his studies. Mr. /and Mrs. R/obert -Harvey .spent last Thursday evening at ~:Fort Dodge. A Victory garden meeting was held last week' one evening at the Robert Leason home for those Interested In the project from school district No.,1. A Victory garden meeting will be Held Wednesday afternoon, April 8, At the home of Mrs. Louis Bode. lowa'i new ilf«amlin«r the Monlroie Hotel It la the everyday hotel whol a Oeiiel-power»d giant of the raili It to an old fashioned wood burner, ll'i new throughout, from flaopole to Hagtlenw. New Java Room Coffee Shop, Hurdle and Halter Inn and Food Fountain Room will .pleat* and delight you. HOTtt MOWROSl All (ladles of District NOJ 4 are Invited to join In this garden crusade, , ' |A group of neighbors surprised Mrs. Louis Bode last Wednesday evening, April 1st, on her birthday anniversary. Pinochle was played with Hunch served that was brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, of Union, Mr. and Mrs.- R. F. Perry and son of Algona and Dorothy Mawdsley of Des Moines were guests recently of Mr. and Mra. Paul Dremmel near Irvlngton. Rev, Schaper's sister, Mrs. Davis of San Antonio, Texas, spent four or five years visiting her brother prior to his departure for army duty. She •Deft) last Friday fdr Milwaukee, where her husband is located and who Is also In army service. |Olaf Romstad, who had been employed as carpenter at the Arc- keny, Iowa, munitions plant near Des Moines, spent several weeks at Parsons, 'Kansas, working in the same capacity there. He joined his \famlly in Des Moines a week. ago. Stanley Ruse is a new scholar In District No. 5. His parents live on the McEnroe Bros, farm near the Black Cat, just moving there this past week from Idaho.. Mrs. Ruse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hlx, located in Burt, where their children could attend the city school!. / Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey visited Mr. Bailey's step-father, Frank Sroufe at Lake Crystal, Minn., who is in very poor health owing to advanced age. He. will be 87 years old June 7th. He lives In his own home with the aid 'of a practlca nurse. He once owned the fan where the Cleo Blacks live, sellin It later to the 'Presley Sarchets. Mrs. Leonard Klocko, farm-\vif near the Black Cat, visited he mother, Mrs. Naumann at Bancro: three or four days last week. Mr Klocke has been a patient'for sev oral months, having had one of he legs In a cast. She made a trip t Iowa City and the- cast has bee removed. She gets around on crul ches some but spends most of he time In a wheel chair. ; Mrs. Presley Sarchet was honore at a birthday anniversary dinner a her home"recently. The dinner, un der the planning of Mesdames Re and Robert Sarchet, was held' a noon with the following guests pre; ent, Mrs. Kate Annls, daughter Beth Mrs. Mary Leason and daughte Mabel, all of Algona; Mrs. Mabe Van Horn and three children, Wai ter McCormlck of West Bend; Mi and Mrs. 'Ed Dittmer of Burt an the Robert and Roy Sarchet famllie of Union. Clarice Campney surprised he parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Camp ney, last Tuesday evening by in viting in a group of neighbors an friends for the evening. It wa their 33rd wedding anniversary Those in attendance were Mr. an Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and daughte: Fae, Mr. and Mrs. H; E. Morgan o Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wll Mr, and Mrs. 'Nebb Davis, Mr. an Mrs. Fred Davis of Union; Mr. an Mrs. James Metz and family o Union; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Camp ney and famBly of Burt and Mra Mamie Winkel of Union. The eve ning was spent In playing chlnker check and touring. A purse wa presented to the Campneys. Lunc closed an enjoyable evening, indue ing many good wishes. UNION TOWNSHIP BOYS NOW SERVING IN UNCLE SAM'S FORCES So far Union township has contributed thirteen of its boys to the •defense of the country. No doubt there are several who have been overlooked and the Union .correspondent, Mrs. Louis Bode, would be glad to receive names ii>f boys who are in the service In order that the service roll In the township may be complete, and kept up to date. The list at present consists of the following: Lieut. Allen Sarchet, son of Robert Sarchet, stationed at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. Gerald Romstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad, with the coast guard at St. Petersburg, Pla. Jio-hn. 1 Milton Gardner, recently finished schooling in Naval Pier Schodi of Mechanical Aeronautics, Chicago, soon to be assigned to regular station. Sergeant Mervln Gardner, just recently promoted to that rank, la, stationed at Geiger Field, Spokane, Washington. Both of these boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gardner. James Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elmore, stationed at Camp Roberts Field, California, Eugene Brdderson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Will Broderson, In the navy, enlisted Dec. 1, ,1941, has been in Iceland and Scotland, Is n<ow transporting supplies to those countries. Oliver Plumb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, recent Union .town Shly boy, but-now of Crescfj town ship, taking mechanical aeronautics in the Navy Great Lakes Training school. • George Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs, Will Rich, a recent draftee, Is at Camp Roberts FieUd, California. Elmer Alt, son of Mr, and Mr«. Chris Alt, recent draftee, is at Camp Welters, Texas. ILeRoy Stoffel, a recent Union township boy is Camp Welters, Texas. "Bill" Dearchs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs, draftee, is at Camp Roberts Field, California. Bernard Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bode, Fireman 3rd class, at Groat Lakes Navail Training Station. Larry Gisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gish, is with the army forces at Poirifc Loma, California. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Needs Tin You must deposit an old empty tube for every new full tube taken out, So bring in an old tube-when v you want to buy a tube of Tooth Paste or 1 Shaving Cream These 8?e government orders, and we must obey them, W» all baye Oollaction Bases to PW , - ! * stores, 'Tfce tubes need not nave contained, just |fee, aame merchandise you have, taken out, All Department, Variety and Ten Cent , etc, are cooperating on thi». , H, BORCHARDT .BARKER _, *•' «,^W*fWww Mrs. Agatha Haverly was 111 sev- i eral days last week. (Blof Pieraon submitted to a surgical operation at the General hospital in Algona last week. Irene Hanlg, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanlg, \i confined to her bed under a doctor's care with an attack of pneumonia. Alf Studer, Ben Studer and Mrs. Lucy Schluessner returned home Wednesday from Avon, Minn., where they attended the funeral on Tuesday of their uncle, Frank Immerfall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich and Mr. and Mra. Will Hauptly attended the funeral of Mrs. Ge:orge Aman of Sexton Wednesday morning. Services were held at the St. Cece-' lia's Academy at Algona, Pupils of St. Joseph's Catholic school enjoyed a five-day Easter vacation from Thursday morning until Tuesday morning. The public school vaction began Friday morning and ended Tuesday morning."' Earl Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward, Robert Bolenus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and 'Richard Lawson, son of Homer Lawson, left'Thursday, for induction into the army. Richard had been doing construction' work at Ames. Henry (Bud) Kutschara came on Wednesday evening from Ellington Field, Texas, for a' ten-day fur- Hough with his sisters, Mrs. Frank' Bleich, Mrs. Will Hauptly here and Mrs. FJ Bentele at Swea City and •with his' brother, Jack Kutschara and family. Tom Forburger drove to Sioux City Friday to get his oldest daughter, Vera, who is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital there. She enjoyed x a four-day Easter vacation 1 with her parents here. Mrs. J. L. Studer accompanied Mr. Forburger to Sioux City where she visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thistlewood and family. The ladles then went-on to Sioux Falls to visit another sister, Mrs. W. J. Flanagan and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Luken. RED CROSS HOME NURSING CLASS STARTED AT BURT iBurt:> A Red Cross home nursin course Is to be held here in th near future. Mrs. L. R. Gordner, R N., will conduct the class, which wi consist of not more than 20 women The course will consist of 12 tw hour lessons. The class will be hel at the school house. The Fortnightly club met Frida afternoon with Mrs. M.. M. Chip man. Mrs. Will Garman of Alton visit ed Burt friends the end'of las week. The Friendly Farmerettes me with Mrs. Ralph Steward Wednes day afternoon. The little son of Mr. and Mrs Virgil Jennings has been 111 wit] pneumonia the past week. Mrs. Don Cronan, Toledo, cam Thursday for a few days' vislz will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W L'leich. Walter Sorensen and L, R. Pan idls .left Thursday for Excelsio Springs, Mo., to take treatment fo rheumatism. , The s»nlor class has chosr.n Its class play, 'ILease on Liberty" by Donna Thomas, which will bo pres ented Airll 24. Mrs. 'Louisa Thompson has been seriously sick at her home here fo several weeks. Mrs, J. G, Thave is helping care for Jier. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader ant •son, Clayton, visited Mrs, Schrader' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith at Elmore,' Minn., last Tuesday. The community club will sponso: a Fathers' and Sons' banquit to bi held April 14. James I: Dollivei Fort Dodge, is to be the speaker Supt. and Mrs. W. 3- Officer and family spent the week end witi you CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Ser vice . , , Easy Mpntjily Payments SPECIAL PLAN FOR L, S. BOHANNON Phone 103 relatives, at Diagonal and Leon. There was no school on Gooil Friday. Mrs. Lewis Larsen is at the Vcr- non Larsen home for a couple of weeks. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larsen Friday morn- ning. /The Rev. M. M. Schaper and his sister, Mrs. Lester Davis of Albuquerque, N. M., were dinner guests Thursday at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. Mary Jean Rachut, who is a student at Wartburg College, Waverly, came home Thursday for a short Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mrs. M. M. Chipman returned on Thursday from Estherville -where she ,lmd been spending a few days with her sister,, Mrs. R. E. Gabriel. The Gabriels have now moved to Detroit, Michigan.- Mr. and Mrs. John Nickel, Hubbard, Nebr., came Friday and visited until Saturday with Burt friends. Mr. Nickel, who taught here last year, Is now superintendent of the Hubbard school. The Lutheran Walther League met Wednesday evening with Caroline Hasse and Adeline Faulstich as hostesses. The Lutheran Aid Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. A. BJIeich and Mrs. Herman Bussie as hostesses. -, A concert will be given 1 Tuesday evening, April 7 at the school house by these who are to particpate in the,contest at Swea City tho end of the week. The band, gle« clubs, chorus and smaller groups will present numbers and seve-'il solo numbers.' v (Communion services were held at the Methodist and Presbyterian churches Thursday evening, A union service, at which both ministers spoke, was held at the Presbyterian, church Friday morning. There was alsq a Good Friday service at the Lutheran church. Al the churches had special Easter services. The Woman's Society of Christiai Service met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. G. GellenfeWt. Mrs J. D. Graham, Mrs. I. W, Hansen, and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott as hostesses. Mrs. Merle Richards had charge of the devotions and Mrs. W. B Officer was program chairman. Mrs G. J. F. Vogel 'gave a talk on chur- ^he had attended in Boston. Swea City Sponsors Community Scrap Pile Swea City: A -community scrap iron pile has been set up on the vacant lot at • the rear of the Johnson implement building, and farmers are requested to bring In their scrap iron as. soon as possible. No wire or tin cans can be accepted at this time. Manager C. J. Kinney announces he will weigh the loads free of charge at the Farmers Elevator. Myron Johnson is directing the project, ^^ The Seneca school closed Thursday to pen Tuesday morning for a fcur-d,ay Easter vacation. Mr, and, Mra. Fred) Hwrlbur* of a Cjty spent several daya the past week at the Alfred Hurlburt iqme. IMF 8 - CwrtJ* Olsea^Bfnt several days the past week with her Ivolh- er, EJdon Larson who underwent wotoer operation on his eye at St. lji* )»Tg4eri» Mixer club met at ? Jjoufe Of Mjs, LaYwne fiWffl to Bancroft Wednesday afternooo with Mrs. Emma Peterson havlpg ana Ruby Market sale 0| IP j»>w|4 v*» 'offer at Irene Peterson, Swea City, Married at Glendale, Minnesota Swea City: Irene Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Albin Peterson and Albert. Blomster, of Iowa Lake were married Sunday afternoon at Glendale, Minn., with the Rev. Korsrud, brother of Mel Korsrud, of Swea City, officiating. The coujilr was attended by Mrs. Melvln Kora- rud, and Robert Blomstrom, brother of the groom. The bride wore a beige ensemble with brown accessories and the mairon of honor wore a white dress. The wedding dinner was served at the George Blomstrom home. The color scheme was pink, blue and white. A three-tier wedding cake, baked by Mrs. Korsrud, decorated the table as centerpiece. Favors were Easter candles and bunnK'S. Guests from here at the wedding wer ethe Albfn Petersons, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel, and the Mel Korsruds. The bride is a graduate of the Swea City high school and has been employed the past-year at the Schemmel cafe. The groom came here from Bralnerd, Minn., and la employed on the A.'Simpson farm near Iowa Lake, where the couple has gone to housekeeping. Corwith Students Enter Music Contest at Swea City Friday Corwith: Students from the Oor- with school taking part in the pre- state music contest at Swea City. AprH 10 and 11, are Maxine Trees, mezzo soprano and saxophone solo; Robert Genung, baritone and also wlH play a trombone solo; Charles Widen, tenor; Marilyn Gouge, flue; Ruth Rust, marimba; mixed viocal quartet composed of Charlotte Anderson, Ruth Rust, Charles Widen and Jimmie Galloway; brass quartet including Jack Tabb, Mildred Fisher, Robert Genung and Calvin Smith. Instrumental work will be coached by J. Worth Miller with Miss Esther Smith,- vocal instructor and accompanist for both departments. Burt Town Officers Re-Elected f pr Term Burt: All city officers were reelected at the election last week Monday. One hundred sixteen persons voted, J. T. -Heaney received 108 votes for mayor. Fit councilman F. L. Pratt had 103, Dr. R. H. Thompson 107, C. B. Chipman 105, C. C. Smith 102, P. L. D/e'mmel 35 Dr. B. v K. Bahson was also on the ticket. G. J. F. Vogel received 32 votes for treasurer and R. A. Clark 98 for assessor. MAT CORWITH REGISTER FOR NURSING CLASS 'Corwlth: Approximately 94 women and girls of the Corwith, vicinity have registered for the Red Cross home nursing classes. They have been divided into four classes and the lessons are being given by Mrs. Elizabeth Foley and Mrs. Florence Grandjennett, both registered nurses. Classes are held at the Corwith school house Monday and Thursday afternoons and evenings. Joseph McEwen of Rolfe is vU- ifing'at the home >of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Gehrt, and family.. Magdalene Thiede, third grade teacher, spent 'Easter with her mother, Mrs. Emelia Thiede/, at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Charles Johnson is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Miss Anna Meyers is assisting with the house work. JDr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns are home after having visited for several weeks with relatives in Illinois and Tennessee. Jon Rievold, ten year old son of Mr< and Mrs. Howard Rietvold, broke his right arm while roller skating Tuesday evening. Mr. Riet- vold is the vocational instructor at the Oorwith school. Herbert Sanders fell from, ths hay mow at his farm home Sunday evening sustaining a 'broken arm. The Sanders family moved to a' farm west of Corwith this spring from a farm near Esthervitle. Mrs. C. C. Johnson is spending a month with her son, Riobert and family at Washington, D» C., another son, Howard, and family at Griffith, Indiana, and a brother, I. B. Fessenden, at Ann Arbor, Michigan. iBud Halligan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Halligan and Burlette Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson, are spending the Easter vacation with their parents. Both are students at the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Magdalene Thiede and Martha Kronenberg spent Saturday of last week with Miss Thiede's sister in Minneapolis; Geta Chamberlin and Laurena Robinson visited Saturday^, with Miss Chamberlin's sister in" Des Moines and Miss Stillman via- ited friends at Runnels. The Martha circle of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Galloway with Mrs. Albe.Tt Johnson and Mrs. Mattie Beers assisting hostesses. Plans were made bo serve the banquet at the Methodist din- -YOUR S & L CO. STORE- Washable L-A-R-G-l Rayon MARQUISETTE Such luxury for So Uttlo Sheer, expensive-looking curtains to freshen up your home. They wash so easily! 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Cast consists of Harold Hill, Kenneth Wagner, Ardys Gray and Janice Camelln, Music will be furnished by the vocal and Instrumental departments under the direction of Esther Smith and J. Worth Miller. Lieut. ElvidgejBtirt, In Fort Kitd* Fire Burt: Lieut. Ronald Elvldge tfa* in a fire which destroyed the i<#<>* story barracks at Fort Knox K&+ last Monday night. He saved himself by jumping from an upstalM window. However, he wfts over* come by smic-ke and was taken to the hospital for a day. Sevefttl of the boys were seriously Injured. His wife called his parents and told them about the incident Tuesday evening. JMUfff 4r i i I '*»' , DRINK ATA Authorized Botfiler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Fort Dodge $2.50 Value! WORK SHOES S A L's Best Quality Cord Sole WORK SHOE Genuine) Goodyear Welt Choice of leather or tan cord solesl Oil tanned waterproofed uppers. Full leather middle sole.... Grain leather insole. Ask fo $•• No. 727X Smooth black split cowhide uppers. 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