The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1942 · Page 4
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JUKti Iowa, Awll it IMS RURAL-URBAN WOMEN HOLD MEET HERE MONDAY (A very good attendance of rural- Urban women enjoyed the talk given by Mrs. Zula Gleason, of Des Moines, at the Legion hall here on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Gleason is assistant state farm Held woman, her subject was 'The Part All Kufai-tfrban Women Have in Food for Freedom Program." She also showed projector slides which dealt with her subject. Mrs. Morgan, Kosauth farm field woman, presided at the meeting. On the program were several vocal numbers by Miss Edith Reynolds with Mrs. Doris Genrlch at the piano and Mrs. Oliver Moe played several numbers icn the accordion. (Mrs. Morgah Is very much pleased with the interest displayed by Kossuth women In these meetings and said that many woman's organizations over the county were represented Monday afternoon. Algona Maytag Store We liavc new MAYTAG washers, Iowa Cream Separators, electric and hand turned. See us if yon need a NATIONAL Milker. Priced $185.00. Wo have -several hottle gas stoves priced to sell quickly. We also have several Quick Meal Ranges. Call us for bottle gas in 100 lb. drums. We let you weigh them. • Who says you can't buy a radio? We have Philcos at $19.95 and up. If you need a vacuum sweeper sec us. We lin.vc them at $32.50 and up. We also have paint. NEW ENAMEL. Our used washers, both gas and electric. are priced from $22.50 and on up. We have several cream separators, electric and hand turn. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF WASHERS See us for your new Wringer Eolls. We buy used motors and washers. Tues.-Wed.. April 14-15 Continuous from 1 o'clock Keep 'Em Flying Program! IT'S A LAUGH AND JUDY CANOVA BILLY GILBERT Skinnay Ennis Tliurs.-Fri., April 16-17 Thurs. Bargain Mat. 10o-25c Plus March of Time No. 9 "America's New Army" Millions of men bting trained. Saturday Special, April 18 Three Big Hits HERE COMES THAT HAIR-TRIGGER... HARD-RIDIN' HERO! | "Hoppy" against | the bold«il band the badlands! Second Feature CHE HAPPIEST HIT OF ALl Peony SINGLETON . Arthur LAKE. Liny SIMMS I mmmm -mmm No. 3 Pun for the Entire Family Saturday Midnight Show 11 p. m.-Sun.-Mon., April 18-10-20 Lewis Sf;im>, Mickey Rooney and Cecelia Parker "THE COURTSHIP OF ANDY HARDY" Insecticides For Potatoes Treatments Bichloride Semisan-Bcl Fo rinaldel i yde is the most popular. An advance buy has given us an abundance at right prices. Two Methods HOT AND COLD PROCESS Ask Us! Black Leaf 40 Priced 1 ounce 35c 5 ounces 1.00 1 pound 2.39 2 pounds 3.79 10 pounds 12.50 Many More Insecticides—Ask for what you want. For Fruit Trees and Vines Arsenate of Lead Priced 1 lb. box 25c 4 lb. bag 75c Lime and Sulphur Priced 1 lb. box 35c 5 lb. box 1.45 For Gophers Cyanogas 50c and 75c Gopher Corn _25c-50c Strychnine __25c-35c Gopher Death 75c Moths Larvex 89c Bichloride 1 lb. 66c Expello 1 lb. 75c Boyer's Moth Flakes 50c Moth Balls, 12 oz. 20c We handle all Dr. David Roberts Veterinary Products Lusby & Giossi CONGREGATION AT LONE ROCK HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING' Lone Rock: The annual congrega- gatonal church meeting was held Friday evening. The reports of the different department were given Lawrence Dlttmer and P. M. Christenson were reetected trustees for three year terms. Milton Madison was elected as an elder. Ushers are Milton Madison, Merwyn ChristensiMT and Lawrence Rath N. L. Cotton was elected church treasurer; Merwyn Chrlstenson, secretary; pianist. Mrs. Frederick Schultz; Sunday School superintendent, Mrs. Frank Dacken; assistant, P, M. Chrlstenson; Sunday School pianist, Mrs. C. S. Whitehouse; assistant, Mrs. Alfred Schultz; cradle roll supt. Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer; junior pianist, Mra. assistant, Mrs. Will Christenson; Alfred Schultz. Marian Jensen, Instructor at Muscatine, spent the past week at the parental E. M. Jensens. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and children and Mrs. S, M. Gladstone spent; Frilay afterntcon at the P. M. Chrls- tensons. Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a shower for Mrs. Eric Wlllrett at the A. R. Wlllretts, Fenton, Wednesday evening. Rev. an-d Mrs. Russell Dacken, Oglesby, 111., came. Monday for a few days at the Frank Dackens. W. C. Hcitcr, who has been at Onawa, Til., returned with them here to his home. Tile Ladies' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Donald Blanchard, with Mrs. Ray Sny- dcr assisting. Chairmen of groups for the year are Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. H. A. Blancliard Mrs. A. A. K'rueccr. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Arthur Priohe with Mrs. Drlmar Fischer assisting. Four. Corner News Mr. and Mrs. John McNcill called at the Leonard Cruikshank home Friday evening to see Leonard, who lias not been so well lately. Art Alexander had the misfortune to lose his tractor in the elevator fire at Plum Creek Thusrday morning. Art had becir reloading corn there and left his tractor in the elevator for the night. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and daughter, Mary, were last Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs< Joe Preston. A son Louis of Des Moincs and a daughter, Veronica of West Bend, were also there. The Mothers and Daughters Flour Corners club are to hold election of officers at the meeting April 16th at the home of Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank with Mrs. John McNeill assisting. The program will consist of a song,. "The Bird's Return"; roll call. Birds that Name Themselves; and paper on Birds by Loretta Broesder. George Lee and Everett Witham with tractors and disks, the latter driven by the son, Elmer, helped John Sabin put in oats Friday, El Rich doing the seeding. Mrs. Sabin who has not beeni well of late, was brought home Thursday afternoon from the Kossuth hospital in Algona, and is some better at this writing. Mrs. Rex Swanson and Mrs. Leo Sabin assisted with tho dinner. A surprise party was held at the Howard Withams Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. Witham, it being her birthday. Those attending were Mcsdames Herman Lindeman, Earl Miller and Marvin, Herman Funk, Ed Moore and Dickie, Hattie Witham, Myrtle Vining and Annabelle Sloter, Chet Robinson, Chris Jensen, Jerome Eisenbarth and two daughters, Otto Harlan and Roland, Leo Ramus and two sons, Everett Witham and Delia and Ellen. Bingo was played and ice cream and angel food cake was served and Mrs. Witham received many nice and useful gifts. Circle No. 3 Meets- Mrs. T. L< Larson's circle of the Congregational church will meet Thursday at 2:30 at the home of Belle Purvis. Mrs. C. C. Wright is the assisting hostess. The First Presbyterian church of Algona waa the scene of a pretty candle-light wedding Friday evening when Qcorga Anne Goigel. daughter, of Mr. and Mra. Fred Geigel, became the bride of Gdrald Volgt, son .of Mrs. Carrie Volgt of Fenton. The Rev. C. C. Richardson officiated at the single ring ceremojiy. The bride's mother played Mendelssohn's Wedding March for the Processional and Lohengrin's Wedding March for the Recessional on the church organ.! Miss Barbara Frlnk of Fenton sang "Because" accompanied by her twin sister, Phyllis. The Fenbon high school sextet which the bride formerly directed, sang "So Close My Heart". The sextet was composed of Phyllis and Barbara Frank, Lavonne NeWel, Betty Jean Schwartz, Valene Moerman and Kathryn Bleckwenn. The bride wore a natural color auit with a corsage of spring flowers. Her attendant, Dorothy Mawdsley of Des Moines, was similarly attired. Robert Geigel, brother of the bride, was the groom's attendant, and Robert Schwartz of Fenton and Calvin Wadleigh were ushers. Georga Anne is a 1934 graduate of the iooul high suimoi, being UIR y.impost member of her class. After graduating from Btieiia Vista oolk'so, she taught musio at Cush- in'tr and Fenton and later was tho music instructor at the Woman's reformatory at Alderson-, West Virginia. Mr. Voigt is a Fenton high school graduate and at present is the route manager for the Fenton creamery. Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoppe and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aniinson of Gushing; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jewett icf Grand Junction: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson, Spirit Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Moine Yanner, Renwick; Miss Leona Stewart, Buffalo Center,^ Dorot|liy Mawdslcy, Des Moines; Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Supt. and Mrs. V. J .Tatum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetsch, Dr. and Mrs. J, W. Mueller and Virginia Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Betty Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Phyllis and Barbara Frank, LaVonne NCwel, Kathryn Bleckwenn and Valere Moorman- of Fenton. Easter Hat Party- Members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and their guests enjoyed a spring hat party Thursday everting at Arlo's Grill. Each girl made a hat and modeled it. Holcji Chubb won the prize with her Air Raid Hat. It was made of'a metal vase to protect from shell splinter and was trimmed with a whisk broom to brush yourself off and with cotton, mercurochrome and bandages for treatment. Other creati.ns were a hat made of a lemon squeezer complete with lemon, three straws and a snood made of a dish cloth decorated with sugar lumps, one was a Victory Garden and one was a complete light fixture. The committee in charge was Lucille Black, Jean Klnsey and Mrs.- Merle Pratt. The room was decorated with hat boxes and on a table were the contrasting hats that Mrs. James Black wore at her wedding thirty- four years ago and the hat of their most recent bride, Mrst Merle Pratt. A model meeting is the next event scheduled on the rushing for members calendar. Plum Creek Rural Youth— , The Plum Creek Rural Youth club met Wednesday evening at the community room. R. Pearl Kelsey led the discussion with the topic, "What Are We Fighting For." Mr. Kelsey also showed the group pictures taken last summer in Mexico and the southern states. The National Anthem was sung and square dancing was the social diversion of the evening. The committee in charge was Betty Stoft'el and Verona Hagg. Circle 3 Meets at French's— Mrs. M. G. Bourne's Circle No. 2 of the Congregational Ladies' Association will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. W. P. French. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Raymond Norton and Mrs. Kermit Setchell. The program is in charge of Mrs. D, R. Martin. Read The Want Ads—It Pav« Those old lighting fixtures you've been cussing far years can now be turned in for a new useful purpose. They a,re made o{ valuable material that Uncle Sam needs right now! (Select new fixtures, made with the very minimum of metal, equipment that gives you better lighting, uses less current, adds to the beauty of your rooms, We take down the old fixtures and install the new ones without extra charge. The bulky old equipment with pounds and pounds of metal, goes to make tanks, planes, guns and ships. Call at our displays or phone us for a survey and full details. There's no law against, and every reason for, being both practical and patriotic. Pratt Electric Woman's Club Mcct»— . Newc officers were elected Friday at the regular meeting of the At- gona Woman's clue In the;'library club rooms. Mrs. Sidney Lalfd Is the newly elected president; Mrs. J. R. Wcodmansee. first vice president; Mrs. W. G. McCullough, second vice president; Mrs. A. J. E3as« on. corresponding secretary; Mrsi Earl Larson, recording secretary:' Beth Annis, treasurer, and Mrs. Ti H. Holmes, historian. ; Mrs. J. C. Buthman spoke ort "Religion In the Home In Relation to Youth." Richard Woodward, ac-i compahied by Bill Burns, played two instrumental solos. Home Builders Class— The Home Builders class of the Methodist church will meet for a 6:45 dinner Wednesday evening at the church. Mrs. Mel Peterson will talk on Hawaii. The committee i:i charge Is headed by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson and consists t Iso of Messrs, and Mesdames Elliott Skilling, W. A. Ringgehberg, Louis Lynk, P. J. Waldron amfMesdames Esther Helberg, Hattie Phillips and Mabel Sorensen. Sirs. Ounn's Circle Meets— (Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's circle of the Ladles Association of the Congre- gtaional church will meet Thursday at 1530 at the home of Mrs. S. B. French for a dessert-luncheon. Mrs. G. Di Stokes and Mrs. G. H. Free are th.e assisting hostesses. Beckers Entertain— Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Becker enUr- tnined the eight members of their bridge club Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carter won the defense stamps for high score prize. Mr. and Mrs. Becker were celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary. *r, ».'& CwtWv:>', • f.V Mr*. L. tt ftiea Dto, Hoileas ta the members ,6! tHe, N» N< 0, crtib at bridge |ti her .hftme .foil6wlng ft one o'clock luncheon at ttfe Algona Hotel. Mrs. H, IV Hutohins won the travel prize and white elephants were exchanged. Birthday .The Birthday club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Johannson honoring her birthday. sThe^lub furnished the entertainment 'arid refreshments and presented Mrs. Johahnsdn with a lovely gift. : ScxVliiK dub Meets— 'Mrs. R. Bilngham will entertain the members of her sewing club Wednesday afternoon at-her homo. Guests will be Mesdames C. R. De- Sart, John McDowell and Bob Richardson. , _ ^. * _ . Activities Board Meets — The Local Activities Board of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. T. Ct Hutchison, 522 E. State at two o'clock. Congregational Rummage Sale — The members of the Congrega- :lonal Woman's Association are preparing for a rummage and bake sale at .Kent's garage, Saturday, May 16, Remember the date. AtrS.'faul fiehentaftalrtM fdur yotiflfttSfi ftt «'tftoft> Friday aft«H tibon hdAOfJttf the fourth birthday: of "1»P (Jott, h6*te 98 iM For Rent -May 1 •**• x Modem House, 16 East College Street 7 rooms, electric Water heater, hot air furfcaee See / MRS. JOHN L. DAUB or . T.C.HUTCHISON .'.•-. Pfcone 261 WWi^^ BE PATRIOTIC Help Out! Our Government is urging dealers and their customers to put in COAL now in order to be sure of Coal for next winter when transportation problems will make coal delivery difficult. :'•' See us now about your needs. F. S. 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