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Th« Algona Uppdf &6ft Moines, AlgonA, Iowa, April 21,1942 spent last weik eftd At fiti visiting Joe And Btttie Mc and a cousin of Kay at St. Thfttfla* college. UNION MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS MECTIN ALGONA {Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained by Kate Anrils and Louis McNutt at the former's new home In Algona la«t Thursday afteriWon, April ittb, Thirty ladles Were present. Merrill Moofe opened the program with a vocal number being accompanied on the piano by his mother, Mrs. Don Moore. In response td encore he played a piano number. JBVllbWing a business session the following program Was given: paper, "Australian Coral"' by Minnie Bar diet; paper, 'Women lit Unusual melds", by Cora (Bacon. A tray lunch was served and the guests then viewed MrA Annls' lovely collection of pottery; which Is her Jxtoby. Mrs. Moore closed the meeting with a vocal number accompanied by her son, Merrill. Guests included Mrs. J. F. Schoby, Mrs. Howard Watt," (Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson,'' Merrill Moore, Hazel Jenkinson and Mabel Leasort. tThe next meeting will be election of officers at the home of Mary Sarchet, April SOth,. Music will be under the direction of Hazel Jenkinson. The did barn on the Jacob Wln- • kel farm 'is being razed and a new barn will be erected. Charles Redemske of Algona Is doing the : work. -."""•,. (Relatives here have not heard ot late from Gerald Romstad, stationed a long time at Jacksonville, Fla, so believed He has been transferred destination unknown. ILavonne Wlnkel, daughter of .Attorney and Mrs. Lawrence Winv, kel, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr. v and her grandmother, Mrs. Mame Wlnkel. Uoyd Wellendorf is .making repair on the house OR his farm ten- nanted by Peter Erpelding, The house has 'been covered with asbestos shingles, a new''entry room and porch are 'being added. Leonard Cruikshahk was brought •home from the Kossuth hospital, but still is confined to his bed. A blood clot has developed in one of his legs but he -is being ably cared for 'by his daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Wilson, who is a registered nurse. (Mrs. John Gisch is the new 4-H club committeewoman for Union township succeeding-* Mrs. A. B. Schcnck. Mrs. Gis.ch and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, 4-H Union club leader, attended a home canning demonstration at the home of Mrs A. L. Brown in Algona last Wednesday. An expert from Ames gave the demonstration. Asparagus and strawberries were canned. - - . CORREGiDOR (By Ida E. tKnon, 8w*a City, low») A mighty fiortress; can it hold? This rocky fragment in Manilla Bay, • Holding with in It* rock .bound shore The Hops of all America today. The flag that flies above you, Our own red, white and blue, Is a symbol Of justice and freedom; Giving courage to all anew. Men of courage are In there fighting Giving all In their power to give, Yes, their Very life if need be. Irt order that you and I might live. ,, Live in a land of freedom, With liberty and justice for all. Your son—my son—In there fighting They, answered their country's call, The big guns from bloody Bataan, Now martned by the enemy crew, Are dealing out deadly destruction — Of every kind, of every hue. Oo-rregidof, you are mighty, Out there in Manilla Bay. Can you 'blast these yellow traitors Far from your shores, away? May God in His throne above you, Give you sustenance and power, ' To conquer this slant eyed demon As you fight from your war torn tower. Defiant guns and anti-aircraft Are answering the Axis thrust. Who are out the world to conquer With their evil, greed and lust. Coregidor, we're looking to you, •Far QUt there In Manilla Ba|y. Our-hopes, and prayers are with you, For yours is the American way. CORWTTH NAVY MAN LISTED MISSING; MARY KELCH, NURSE, OVERSEA DUTY Shaven? any iound ( wormi in mil hoqt-since J? Giossi low* 6-EOW Corwith: Frank Clapsaddle re celved a telegram from the Wa Department Tuesday stating hi son, Harold Kilbourn Clapsadale who has been with the flghtln forces on-the Bataan Peninsula, wa. listed among the missing. Themes sage stated-it was possible he ha 'been taken a prisoner by the Japs Harold has been In the navy fo seven and a half years, but a tele gram from him was received Christmas time, giving the inform atlon that he was stationed at .Man ilia. He held the rank of a firs gunner's mate on the ship. (Peter Kelch received' a telegram Tuesday evening that his daughter Mary, who has been stationed as a' army nurse at Ft. Leonard Wooc M^ had been ordered to foreigi service and was sailing at once an unannounced destination. Mr Kelch has three children in th armed forces, two of whore ar now in foreign service. Hugo sail ed for Australia a month .ago witl the U. S. Navy, while Sylvester, win was inducted into the army Feb. 28 is at Camp Crowder, Mo. Mary graduated from the Mercy hospita with the class of 1938. Mrs. W. .E. Puffer was taken on Wednesdays by ambulance to th< Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mr; Puffer is in a serious condition-with a heart ailment. Frances Masterson has aoceptc a secretarial position at the Gen ,eral Mills pftloje at Mason' City ant jtarted. .h^rw'Srk .Thursday morn rfg. 'She is living at the YWCA / Members of the Corwith Woman'; club and the" lowana club attended the annual meeting of the Hancock .County Federation of-\ Woman' clubs held at Garner Saturday o last week. Judy, six year old daughter o Supt. and Mrs< J. M. Gehrt, is still quite ill at the Lutheran hos pital at Fort Dodge. She is suf fering with an ear ailment follow ing the measles. Mrs. Gehrt Is a the hospital with Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward .and daughtem, June, Mary and Laura Ellen; Mr. and Mrs., 'Lester Hash *«f i CAS 25-50-75-100-150-200-250 LOANS , ' • S ' •-'.'- , We can arrange a cash loan fpr ypu to p*y your bills, taxes, buy coal, repair your car and many other needs. TONEY SAME DAY YOU APPLY" Write Us Gome In Phone 783 SPECIAL PLAN FOK FARMERS Kossuth County Credit Bureau 0% Nqrth Dodge Algona, la. 5-8 SS 40-46 t * t$ $ $ * $ $ * f $ * « $ $ $ $ $ $»$!$«$$ $$$$$$9$ torn where I sit... Every frWsy night » bunch of oa fellow» ge( together over at Bill Webber's pUce. We wpuldn't miaa those, weekly get'tog«ther« for w>y- , There §r« deven in, the Bill Webster, Judge • l»et« Swuwon, O| th« 4enU«t, jmd y « J| the M,P, the government Bob New*omb, «n4 myself, OF carry on, We ftft flriafc I glMI 0| two T fiMM w» diwjnfi, jait oe Marsh Ton mightn't think that just aettin* and talkln' would be so much fun, Bat it is. Particularly when a man begin^ to get around to the age of reason. Like us. And ity wonderf4,how » few glasses gt good beer help bring oat 9004 mk .and good sense wfe?» men, get together. There's something pftceful KIKJ Iriendl^ and hwan abo^ beer thf t brings ««t the be»t ia A t«U( Thftt %o4er»tipn" fe g«?4 pWtesppb t's why «owJ bw go together §9 Seeing to ma tbsf* eoglit tn te wore of m 9 «tet taft pver a dm" daughters, Florence and Wanda and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson daughters Betty and Verla, attend ed a post-nuptial shower Sunda; afternoon given for Mrs. Georfii Eden, at the Eden home at Titon ka. Mrs. Eden is the former Faith Reed. FATHER AND SON BANQUET AT SWEA CITY THURSDAY Swea City: The Lutheran* Broth crhood held its Father and Son banquet Thursday night, about 9( fathers and sons being present. A flna program followed, with the president, Rudolph Peterson, .charge, 'and A. OB. Tweeten acting as song leader. The subject of the evening was "Opportunities' and Responsibilities of Fathers and Sons" and was dis cussed as follows: In thei Home, Rob ert Bexell -and Ray ^ehson; In the Church, J. H. Holcomb and Harvey Larson; In the Community, O. L Thoreson and Lloyd Thoreson; In the Nation, G. D. Belken 'and Richard Anderson'. George Wallentine . presentei greetings from the boys in the U S. service, The guest speaker foi the evening was Rev, "Carlson o: Fort Dodge. T}ie. Rev.' Borg als< spoke.: Musical numbers includec a baritone horn solo by Rober Lundqulst; instrumental trio Messrs. Tweeten, Anderson 1 ant Pehrson; quartet, Messrs. Tweeten Thoreson, Gardner and Infelt. Mr. and Mrs. John Sieman visited the Will Leland Home on Friday iBob. Bell returned Wednesday from Fort Dodge wh'ere he was the subject of an operation. John Peterson returned from Ft Dodge the first of'last week after undergoing a major operation and !s'convalescing at his .home here. 'A daughter was born Thursday to ,Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson ta the Geo. Wonke home in Bancroft' The Johnsons have one other child, a small son. ' , Mrs. Warren Ewing is here for an extended visit with the parental Wm. Northerns. Her husband will join her later, at the time of his vacation, A 6% 'pound son, David Doyle, was born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bond,- on Saturday, April 11. Mr, "and Mrs. Bond are living with Mre. Bond's parents, the William Barkers. Monday, April 27, men from 45 to 65 ire age will be registered. Mayor Christenaen-will be chief registrar, and will be assisted by the same group that worked with him. on Feb. 16th. Swea City baseball fans who attended th eCMicaso. Wihite ISox- Cubs game at Fort Dodge included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman, Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Berg, Dr. J. R. Forbes, Lee Hilsten, LeRioy and Harold Applequist, Raymond Johnson and Elwyn Letcher. 5 Mr, and Mrs. A .G. Farrlngton recently became grandparents for the second time, when a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Larson, Mrs. -Larson wqs formerly Qorls Farrlngton. The Larsons, who live enar OBurt, have named the little girl Leila May, < __ Delegates from Immanuel J.uth eran church' attending the Iowa conference of Augustana Luti;;ian churches annual meeting in Des Moinea this, week are the Rev. Raymond Borg and Andrew Peteaoa and Mrs. Geo, Nynnan, who represents the woman's work. The Rev, rg will appear on the program the opening service Wednesday night, * • and Mrs, Wm, Northern, wore honwees at a surprise party a week ago Friday night, when bout 40 relatives and friends ar- ived to help celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary. Included _ the various gifts waft a chwt FSB and 9 purse of money. ft Brojwrg gaye a talk to I . and took pictures of Mr. and Mrs, SLrobe^g witfe tfeelr 9-yer wedding ' e Luncb wa,s wrve4 at a J.»te, The Rey, and Mrs. E, F NEW UONS CLUB, WESLEY/OVEN CHARTER AT MEET IWesley: The newly-org»anlz»d Lions club held ltd charter night Thursday evening at the lodge hall with 120 guests and members attending, 40 from Clear Lake, 20 from Garner, 20 front Tltonka and 10 from Forest City. The C.>D. of A< lodge served .the banquet at 7:30. (LeRoy Klelnpeter, president of the Wesley Lions club, Issued the call to order followed by the audience singing America and pledging allegiance to the flag. J. P. Studer, first vice president, served As toastmaster. S. T. Tweed, president of the Garner club, gave the response to Mr. Studer*s welcome. Miss Helen Schneider rendered a vocal solo, "Forgotten", accompanied by Sylvia Ann Gerdes. Otto Bishop, district governor, was the speaker of the evening. Rudy Fritsch, of Garner, entertaining Tail Tiyister, was in charge iof the stunts, sponsored by the Garner Lions. He was assisted by a Mr. Gallagher, whose, impersonations were lovely. Otto Bishop presented the charter to the local club and LeRoy Klelnpeter, president, accepted. The closing song "Till ,We Meet Again" with Miss Schneider, closed the evening's entertainment. Other officers of the local club are Dr. H. H. Raney, second vice president; Thomsa A. McMah- ora; secretary-treasurer,, A. Erdman, lion tamer; Dr. R. Richardson, tail twister. Lael Root, Edward Hildman, Albert Reno and Alf Studer are directors. Other charter members are Lou Hauptmqfnn, Morris Plage, dias. Price, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, Lester Lease; William Frimmf, Edward Loebig, Albert Reno, Guy M. Butts, John Hutchison, Delbert Bentoiv, Ralph" Bauer, Paul Engen, and Erwin Olson. The club holds noon luncheons twice a month. GOETZ RELATIVES RETURN TO THEIR VARIOUS HOMES John Goetz left for his home at Mount Palantine, 111., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goetz and Mrs. Helen Johnson took him to Nora Springs. Mr. 'Goetz had attended the funeral of Anton Goetz on Monday. iBarney Goetz left for his home at -McNabb, 111., Saturday night. IMrs. George Hauptmann of Charles City and Father Fidelis Goetz of Tarkio, Mo., left for their homes Thursday.- They had attended the funeral of their father, Anton Goetz. Monday." Mrs. Albert Hoffer left Wednesday for her home at Waterloo. Miss Hilda Goetz, R..N., is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Anton Goetz. ' Mrs. P. E, Skow observed her 90th birthday Thursday. Mrs. Al Rlchtsmeler entertained the Friendfly Neighbors Tuesday afternoon. Miss Isabella- Kerrins has gone to Carthage, HI., to be employed in a telephone office. Frank Frimml went to Rochester, Minn., for a;physical checkrup at the hospital there. '.--./The C. D. of A.'s held a regular meeting Wednesday night. They meet every two weeks. Lael Root lately shipped over 200 pigeons bo the Sportsman's club in Pennsylvania. The morcey was turned over to the Conservation fund. , Mrs. Orville Smith and Mrs. Herman Bode attended the meeting of the Eveready club at the Sylvester Garman home at Stilson one day last week. Frank Kouba, Jr., is confined' to his home with sickness. Mrs. Kouba has charge of - the store. Velma Hanig .la caring for the household duties. (Mrs. G. Pefcetspn returned to hW home at St. 'Paul last week following several weeks' viijit with relatives here. She Is the former Laura Foertsch. Sister Owen and her music pupils presented a musical recital'in the 'high school auditorium Tuesday evening. A tonette band presented several very pleasing numbers. Friday night Misa Geraldlne Bruns of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson of Corwlth were In- HVabed into fyie Rebekah lodge. The Algeria Rebekah team did the degree work. It was held In the' 'Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young re' celved word -that a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Worsley at Long Beach, Calif., o'n Thursday, April 9th. This Is their first child and Mrs. Worsley was formerly Ida Young. Several carloads of Rebekahs attended a school of Insructlon at Algona Friday atfernoon and evening of last week. Mrs. Will Mar- tlnek and a lady from Algona were Initiated. Officers from Des Molnes and Dubuque were present. Mrs. Nick Weber and Mrs. Joe Studer entertained their evening 500 club Monday night last week at the Weber home, Mrs. Will Hauptly and George Kemper won high score prize, Mr/ and Mrs. Albert Girard won low score prizes. Mrs. Lon Gouge will entertain the ladies Thursday afternoon 1 , April 23. lA family gathering was held at the Joe Goetz home Monday night honoring Jean Goetz of Mt. Palantine, III., who was here to attend the funeral of his uncle, Anton Goetz. Besides the Joe Goetz family, the Lee Goetz family, Mrs. Helen Johnson and family, Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy and the Mike Goetz family attended. The Stitch and Chat circle of (.he Methodist church will collect waste paper, catalogs, magazines, cardboard, rags and rubber. The following ladles will have charge of the collection: Mrs. M. Page, Mrs. Arlo Dawson,' Mrs. Vee Mullln, Mrs. Rlggs, Mrs. Halwor Flom, Mrs. Erling Flom, Mrs. Curtis Bcnskin, and Mrs, James Sllbaugh. •Out-of-town relatives who attended the Smith-Eisenbacher wedding Wednesday were Thekla Eisenbacher, R. N., of Waterloo, Mrs. Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., Woodrow Hammond of Great Lakes naval training station, Ruth Johnson and Irene Hammond of South Milwaukee and Father Linus Eisenbacher of Fort Dodge, who sang the nuptial Mass for his brother, Vincent. Swea City Athletic Field Being Developed l^wea City: Supt. Schuler and Coach Lyle Patterson are supervising work on the school athletic field at this writing. Just north of the gymnasium a green for putting has been made. Two jumping pits were dug for broad and high jumping and pole vaulting. The tcnis courts and the track are also being put in condition' for spring activities. The, work is done by the high school boys. THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE Hotf lo ih« mort to Stem O»y/' Toy Of* wwcoHMr HOTEL MARTIN SIOUX CITY LEDYARD SENIORS TA PRKFNT PI AY 1 v I ImljJIjli 1 I Jun I FRIDAY, MAY 5 Ledyard: The. senior class has chosen its class play, "The Miracle" by Arthur Pearul to be presented Friday evening, May 15th at the school auditorium. It is under the directon of Supt. H. M. Garner. Seniors taking part are:: Connie Garry, Leon McCoy, Marjorie Gabel, Edward Eggerth, Phyllis Strand, Jean Estle, Marjorie Mayer, Glenn Mabus, Gilbert Beenken, Wilma Peterson, Blanche Haag, Wllmi Busch and Jack Reece. MRS. JOE MAYNE REPORTS OV FOREST CITY MEETING The W. S. C. S, met Thursday at the church basement with Mesdames H. M. Granner and E. A. Carpenter as hostesses. A short business meeting was held bo complete plans for a food sale on April 18, at the hardware store. Mrs. Tlce Brack and Mrs. Glenn Bur- r,ow were the soliciting committee and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Mrs. Edward Halversori had charge of the sales. An interesting report of the W. S. C. S. meeting at Forest City was given by Mrs. tfoe Mayne. A conference meeting for the wo- man will foe held April 29 In Algona beginning at 10 a. m. Mrs. N. F. Grote had charge iof the devotions and Mrs. Glenn Burrow and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke gave the, lesson. The next meeting will be "held in two weeks with Mesdames Glenn Burrow and Carl Burrow as hostesses. Edw. Looft was a visitor in Elmore Thursday. , Geneva Gelhaus Is working at tha August Busch home at Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were Brltt business callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Brandt and family visited Tuesday night at the Paul Gelhaus home. Irene Schulz has been assisting: with the house work at the Lara Skaar home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Knoner and sons were in Mason City Monday. John and Don had their eyes tested. -Daretta Johnson has been assisting with the house work at the Fred iPloeger home the past two weeks. Mrs. Harlan Perslg and Mrs. Otto Bauman, Blue Earth, spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman. Mrs. L. A. Wlamer spent the past week visiting her brother, John Till- money, Ames, also Mrs. LeRoy Anderson in- Radcliffe. Kay Powers and Doris McDonald Montroii Ho»«l it tcf ih» MnfiSf hold what a D«iwl-pow«r»<J flloM of the rolU b »o on old hunton*!, wood burner, (ft n«W IhrotloliOWV from flogpol. lo HogrtohM. Ntw Java Room Code* Shop, Hurdl* and Holler km and Food fountain Room will pleon and dtfloW yew. HOItl *Mfc MOHTROSi • I THE SIGN OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR ANY CAR OR TRUCK SEE YOUR LOCAL 7 CHEVROLET «,7 DEALER Today, more than ever before, this sign beckons all car and truck owners who want the skilled, reliable service that comes with: (1) trained mechanics, (2) quality materials, and (3) reasonable service rates....You can expect this kind of service from your Chevrolet dealer because, for years, Chevrolet dealers have had the largest number of "trade-Ins" and therefore the widest experience In servicing and conditioning all makes of cars and trucks. 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