The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1942
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LONE ROCK CLASS PLAY PRESENTED APRIL 23 AND 24 . (Lone Rook: The senior class of Lone Rock will present Its play, "Sunshine Lane", Thursday and Friday, April 23rd and 24th. .The, Story takes place on Sunshine Lane where the Burroughs and Hlltons live. Betty Hilton is known as the "Sunshine Girl" because of her sun- hy disposition, but shows her ability BRIGHT! RIGHT! WHITE! KRESENSKV'S to storm wheft the WAfrirtgs aftivfe from the city. Those taking part are Vefdabelfe- Th'ofrtsenV • Violet Nelson, MSaxfrte Flai& Chartene Rath, Dorothy Hobson, Lois and Lucille Marlow, Richard Behrends, Richard Jensen, Roger Jenaeh, KyrwOod Qulnn and Raymond Schultz. $7.95 discover walking magic in Rhythm Step Shoes You'll he surprised—when you discover how such thinly, smart shoes gtve you a buoyant "lift" .it three strain points! You'll led the difference with your first three steps! And so many cn- diantinj; styles to choose from! SN/P-ITStfPS OJ Celanese-Rayon Claifittiese 1'affeht NO PINNING I NO BASTINGI NO SEWINGI Tailor your slips to your size with scissors! Just snip along the non-ravel scalloped hem that suits your own height. Snug Talon | dressmaker bodice ... no-ride skirt. Wide selection of colors. Size* 32-40. KRESENSKV'S Mrs. J. M. Blanchard spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Ada Whltehill, Burt. The Arthur BterstedtsT Lnkota, visited Wednesday evening at the Raymond Bierstedts. Mrs. Frank Flalg ami Mrs. I. W. Nelson visited Elsie Willrett, Algona, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Zoller and son, Charles, Brlcelyn. Minn., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard made a business trip to Rolfe Tuesday. They also visited the Chester Almes, Ottosen. Mrs. Clinton LaBar, Austin, Minn., spent the past week with the Hugh Marlovvs, being a Friday dinner and supper guest at the A. A. Kruegers. The Mothers club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, and Mrs. W. G. Flaig assisting. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard gave a paper on Posture. Mrs. Harris Wadsworth conducted games. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Wilfred Mitchell, Mrs. Lawrence Nowbrough assisting. John Wilson, husband of the former Eleanor Cruikshank, left for army duty at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., recently. Pfeffcr Wed*— St. Peter's and St, Hauls' ehuifeh at West Bend was the Scerte of A pretty wedding Wednesday rttornlng at 8:30 when Elizabeth Pfeffer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, of Algona, became' the bride of Carl 'Phillip Ludwlg, son of Mrs Mary Ludwlg of West Bend, The Rev. P. M. Dobberatelrt performec the single ring Ceremony, The bride Was attended by her sister, Marie, of Algeria. The groom's attendant was. Private Henry L Kutsehara, home on a furlough. The bride wore a White stlk tovar- qulsette floor length gown with a finger tip veil Of edged with satin stars and held In place with White satin flowers. Her corsag was of Johanna Hill roses and white gladioli. She wore a gold locket, the gift cf the groom and carried a white rosary. Miss Pfeffer wore an aqua blue net floor length gown with a corsage of American beauty roses and white gladioli. She also carried a white rosary. (Rev. Dobbersteln served the wedding breakfast at the parsonage and the wedding dinner Was served to members of the immediate families by the groom's mother. The couple will be at home In Whittemcrre where the groom is employed by John Baumann. Urtrv Sigma Phi Rushing Ends— Dorothy Hoover, Dorothy Day, Phyllis Parson and Janice Barta signed pledge cards as new members of BHa Sigma Phi sorority at a tea Sunday afternoon at the home of Tues.-Wed., April 21-22 Keep 'Em Flying Thurs.-Fri., April 23-24 Calendar Coupon Dates Thurs. Bargain Matinee 10-25c RAY ANNI BOLGER • SHIRLEY Saturday, April 25 Big 3-Way Double Feature good in the country. St °!' y of J5.S.C!*y Girl jnakingr ^t^^gEte . I »*.»'/^ /' *' T . r"'r*fc^r-> JB^BB^ .^BBBBW ^ ^m \F I JANE WITHERS -HONES *"•!» Plus Superman —^—«"Mechanical Monster" Sat. Midnight Show AprU 25-Sun.-Mon., April 26-27 BETTY VICTOR GRABLE•MATURE ,^j| IACK OAKIE ^ S03»Goftli( - ? W i 1 P HEN you give a SheafFer White Dot LIFETIME you express your esteem, your earnest wish to help, because this gift is the finest of its kind and useful every hour of the day. Matched with a FINELINE Pencil, it equips the recipient with the surest of weapons for achievement! Ensembles J3.95 up. Pens J2.75 up. Fineline Pencils $1.00 up. 'iee our selections today. SHEAFFE Elgin, Gruen, Hamilton Watches, and many other practical gifts to choose from at Borchardt's DEUOS TO)KO^X£CO»3»ra»3a«»^»»CfO»O^^ r\ Announcement I wish to announce my candidacy for .the • Democratic nomination for Coim'ty Auditor, subject to the Democratic voters at the June 1st Primary. E. S. 'Duke 7 Kinsey ::>.$mo&x8io:sa«a&%w»^ Mrs. J. li. MJlteft. fijte fclssed & vGty successful rusHIhgr «6d«6n the new m6Ab'lM will be t«ttti&l\y pledged ftt th6 Potmderfl' Day banquet May, 3d. Th6 t*» tftt>le was lovely With lighted yellbw tftj>ert and a c6nte^- piece frf yellow And black pansles arfftttged In a Crystal stem holder. MM. Kenneth Knudsen, president, and MM. fitartan Sigsbee, vice president, ponfed. The committee in change v/as Mrs. J, L. Hilton, MM. £>onaid Millet and Verabel Ulfers. Last Tuesday the chapter 'invited rushces to a model meeting of the organization held at the hdnte of Elolse Hoagland. The regular business meeting Was held followed by the program on musical compbsers In charge of 'Dorothy Lane. ft. .T. Sltllllngs Wed 50 Years- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Skllllng, Irvington, will hold open house Saturday at their home on the fiftieth anniversary of thejir marriage, tlioy will greet their' friends from two o'clock until five in the afternoon. On Sunday the children and grandchildren will gather for a family dinner. Mrs. Skilling was Elizabeth Dunn before she became the bride of Robert Skilling at a ceremony performed jn Algona. They have lived on the same farm at Irvington for for- t.y-one years. Their son, Robert, MOW operates the farm, but his ;.»irents still live there. They have five children, Mrs. Robert Gaffney, of Irvington, Cassle of Washington, D. C., Robert of Irvlngtoni .Jennie it home and Mrs. Gertrude Bagur at home. They have five grandchildren. Both Mr. and Mrs. Skilling are in good health and their many friends 'congratulate them on :heir anniversary. Methodist Circle Meetings — The Woman's Society of Christian Service circles will meet Thursday afternoon at two o'clock with :he following hostesses: Mrs. E. A. Genrich's circle, hostess Mrs. O. B. Laing; Mrs. C. H. 'lement's circle, hostess Mrs. Ralph Donovan; Mrs. P. A. Danson's circle, hostess Mrs. Ben Potter; Mrs. II. W, Anderson's circle, hostess Mrs. Paul Bell; Mrs. E. J. Hermanson's circle, hostess Mrs. W. A. Vigars; Mrs. F. E. Sawyer's circle, lostess Mrs. Ernest Godfredson; rtrs. Clint Lighter's circle, hostess Mrs. O. A. Lindgren; Mrs. A. E. "jauritzen's circle, hostess Mrs. Anon Dldriksen; Mrs. W. C. Irelan's ilrele, hostess, Mrs. Robert Richardson ; Mrs. T. C. Hutchison's circle, icstess Mrs. Walter Klamp. Young People's Rally — A large delegation from the local D resbyterian Christian Endeavoh ociety attended a rally at Lakota Sunday afternoon and evening. A r ocal trio consisting of Betty Jean 3 ratt, Georgia Scribner and Bar- iara Schoby was on the program and the local delegation had charge if the worship service in the eve- iing meeting. The principal speak- r was Dean C. Vin White of Du- mque, who is dean of the Theological Seminary there. Robert Turner, local president, gave the response to the address of welcome at the banquet served Sunday evening. "75" Club The "75" club of the Presbyterian church meets this evening (Tuesday) for dinner in the church basement. The dinner committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and Mr., and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. The entertainment committee is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Igou, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgason and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig. The club meets every third Tuesday and is composed of married couples of the church whose ages total seventy-five or less. Omer Kelly to Wed— Banns of matrimony have been announced in St. Cecelia's church licre and in St. John's church in Bancroft for the marriage of Eileen Murray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray, and Omer Kelly, son of Mrs. Mayme Kelly of Algona. Omer is the son of the late Joe Kelly, former city superintendent, and the bride-to-be is the daughter of a prominent Bancroft family. He Attended the local academy and Creighton University, and is at present employed in defense work in Dqtroit, Mich. Mrs. Wegonpr has Birthday — •The sons and daughters of Mrs. Louis Wegener gave a family dinner Sunday honoring her on her eighty-second birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. 15. C. Bierstedt, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warner, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener and family, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigabee, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ha.-- lan Sigsbee of Algona. Mrs. Wegener is in good health and she spent the entire winter alone in her home on East North street. Presbytery and Presfoyteral— (Frank Geigel-and the Rev. C. C. Richardson will attend the spring meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Lake Park Wednesday and (Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal Thursday afternoon were Mrs. Guy Barton, Mrs. Wm. Larson and son, Rex, Woden, and Mrs. James McColley. Notice of Probate of Will iSTATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. No. 4890 in District Court, March Term, 1942. To AH Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Kate Aman, deceased, dated November 21, 1941, having been filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 2nd day of May, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at tha Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court iof said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as ^nd for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. '(Dated $,t Algona, Iowa, April 4. W42 KATHARINE McBVQY, Clerk iof District Court. By T. KOJfVraBAUUR, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, atty. 14-13-16 ' ''" • will attend s ift&ting of the byterai, ladles' wganizStlon of the Fiwt Dodge 'Ptmw&tia, at th* laftie time add place, several- lad- leS espeift to j6trt the delegatlofl fer the last-day'* meeting. the annual meeting of the Woman's Society of ffftfihW&St l6»a conference of the Methodist church will be held In the Ideal fiftufch 6ft Wednesday, April 26. This Will bring many Methodist ladles and clergymen frotrt thu part of the state. A" meeting of the district and Conference officers Will be held the preceding day for art ali*day executive session, A more complete program of this conference will fallow. Shower for Mrs. Knoll- Mrs, Melvin Knoll, Baltimore, Md., Was the honoree at a shower Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs."William Geering.^ Thirty-one guests Were present. Assisting Mrs. Geering were Mrs. Lloyd Muckoy, Mrs. Lewis Lynk, Mrs. Raymond Reid and Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Mrs. Knoll Is the former Adrls Anderson and Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson here for a few Weeks. Book Club Meets— '' Mrs. W. H, fcockey entertained the members of the Book club on Friday afternoon at her home. Guests were Mrs. Ray Anderson, Mrs. Wlllard Curtis and Mrs. H. A. Burns' mother. Mrs. Glert Roland liad charge of the program. Pot Luck Supper— . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen were host and hostess to 12 couples at a pot luck supper Sunday evening at their ,hoifie. t The pafty Was In honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Johannsen and Pete Waldrbn which occurred recently. Baptist Loyal Meets— The Baptist Loyal society of the Baptist church will meet Thursday at 2:30 at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Orville Elkins, Mrs. Sperbeck and Mrs. Williams. Election of officers for the coming year will be held. Bridge Party- Mr, and Mrs. Gene Gaddis entertained Messrs, and Mesdames Chet George, Earl Sprague and C. L. Torrence at an evening of bridge at their home Saturday evening. Chet George received the prize for high score. \Mry4Ktf Iff*, tomtetti ndifle Mf. and MM, Harold Walkef won th# defense . fOf high The Members of the ttef pftfeft eltift will fti&t Wednesday- In tftt filue Kwftt of the hotel f of ft 6n'6 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. C. A. Phillip* is in charge of the topic, "ModeTn Sculptufe," Class Meet s— dentenaify class of the odlst church will meet Wednesday evening in the church dining fooffi fbr a 6:30 dlnnef. Mr. arid MM, Roy Davidson head the committee in charge. Bridge dub Mrs. A. E. Kreserisky entertain' ed her bridge club at her h6me Friday afternoon, Two tables were in play and Mrs. C. A. Philips won the high' score prize in defense ehtlfoft.Wlll m«st aft*»Hd»» wlflt Mti. W. . son. Mf«. a e. I»a**jtt H tlte as- - 3 U • r <<(.,," 'i •' ?•'*'• -*•**• '.!•.-.»..* -»--a ' No 'Ugly brush marks wHen yeu'use PITTSBURGH PAINTS. 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Its' entire, plant is. in -fine physical condition arid it is manned By skilled,and. r '••. ^ « -' «f» /. ^ ^»V'*'<-*«- » earnest workers. >x , ^.^ -j We of The Milwaukee Road are pledged to a man to do our utmost to aid in the prosecution of America's war program. That has become the first job of everyone. We are also in position to*'give your individual needs the prompt and reliable service for which this railroad is-noted. ' • /^MILWAUKEE ROAD Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter BUTTERMILK POWDER SKIMMILK POWDER Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Cottage Cheese Distributors AL<:0 GAS - AL-CO TCX GAS VEEPOL OIL ALCQ PENN OIL AL-CO OIL Kerosene, Tractor Fuel, Distillate No. 1-2 Feed Oilmeal — Buttermilk Powder—Salt . • • IB iMM^^H ^BWBUMPp ^P/^pf ^JFWWB ^f .'•'., ' 'wJI Your butterfat test determines price received w for wholemUk f* Wliolemilk, testing 3.5% equals 3Vfc Ibs, \ butterfat at 42e ^_^___, ______ r_,_^^_$1.47 Wholerailk, minus B. F, equals 96^ Ibs. skiinmilk at 50 per hundred, IPS. „_ ,495 Total price per 100 Ibs. for whole inHk, -$1.965 3i/g)$1.955 ,56per;lb, B, F, in ^hole miJk The foUo wing prices paid 1st of April-April 15th 1942: • , .".••• v - • : ' Sweet Cream Butterfat Omna F. 0. 9. \t

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