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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1942
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The Algona UppafDos Mtoine* Iowa, April 2S, 1042 HEADS LUVERNE YOUTH CROUP FOR YEAR LuVerne: The LuVerne Commun ity Youth held its April meetin last week Monday evening at th hall and the following officers wer elected:* president, Kenneth Soren sen; vice president, Elmer Merkle secretary-treasurer, Dorothy Linde bak, and reporter, Richard Smith At the business meeting it was vot ed to donate $10 to the U. S. O. frorr receipts of the home talent play given recently. Evelyn Van Court Marjorie Farmer, Dorothy Devick Arlene Boysen and Arnold Hjelh were the committee in charge o: the evening's entertainment. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Bonnie Ellifrltz on' April 20. Edward Beebes, Fort Dodge, were recent visitors at the Elmer Emorys. J. H. Johnson is the new manager of the Phillips 66 service statio'i. He Is assisted by Junior Huff. Ben Hedtke was taken to the University of Iowa hospital last Wednesday foij medical treatment. Dick Larrimer has 'been helping at the Albert Schneider farm the past two weeks since Mr. Schneider ^ injured one hand. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones, Buffalo Center, were guests of the S. R. Bakers Wednesday of last week. Mr. Jones is Mrs. Baker's brother. An evangelistic talking picture, "The Power of God," will be shown «t th* Lutheran church Thursday evening, April 30, to which the public is invited. {Mrs, Lillian Zink has returned to her home at Cedar Falls after having spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Maas here and other daughters at Irvington and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. King, Newark, Ohio, visited last week at the Aaron Steussys. They had been to Iowa to attend the funeral of Frank King, services for whom Were held at Williams, Iowa. (Merlin Baker, son of Mr. an Mrs. S. R. Baker, Who has been a a baseDall training camp at Albany Ga., has been sent to Urtlonvill Tenn., according to a message re. celved last week by his parents. The new fire truck was calle out the first time last Tuesday eve ning when fire was discovered in the movie theatre building. Th origin of the fire is not known an; but small damage was done befon the fire was extinguished. iRuth Lichty who has been em ployed in clerical work at a whole sale house in Chicago for severa years, has been promoted to a posi tion as private secretary to one Othe executives of the company. Ruth is the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty. Mrs. Marie Stoddard has received word that her son, Russell, has been lonorably discharged from the navy on account of the condition of his health. Russell enlisted rom Seattle where he had been working and was In the naval train- ng station at San Diego. The Bel Canto club, Algona, will resent a program of varied musi- al selections at the LuVerne gym- lasium Sunday afternoon, May 3, .1 three o'clock. The entertainment is sponsored by the Progres- Ive Woman's club and should be a for music lovers in the TRACTORS INSURED for FIRE - THEFT - WIND Pays 100% of Value Covers all operation Cost is very small Brooder Houses and contents insured. Pays 100 % market value of chicks. Cost is low. Over 1000 cars insured through this office. Better rates. Better service. LS.Bohannon Over S. & L. Store. Phone 103. are ommunity. A small admission charge will be made. Mrs. Chas. Nygaard, Mrs. Luther Nygaard, Mrs. P. C. Henderson Mrs. Grant Henderson and Mrs I.loyd Larson are hostesses to the Methodist W. S. C. S. at the Community hall Wednesday afternoon April 29. Mrs. Archie San'ford is devotions leader, Mrs. W. A. Hun: lesson leader, and Mrs. Allen Thompson social chairman. •Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and son, Douglas, came last week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. S. P. Phillips and Mrs. Ernest Phillips relatives at Kanawha. Mr. Phillips has been employed 'by a Billings, Montana, newspaper with his headquarters at Miles City 'but will now be employed by the Sioux City Herald and will live at Storm Lake. Mrs. Irvin Chapman accompanied Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Rankin, Madge Malin and Mrs. Janet Ristau to Lake Park last Wednesday where they attended the meetings of the Fort Dodge Presbytery and Presby- terial Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. J. J, Wadleigh was a delegate from the Algona society also. At Estherville they saw Rev. Harvey Nelson, formerly of LuVerne, but now of Terrill. He and Mrs. Nelson were in Estherville with their son, Byron, who had his tonsils removed at a hospital there. Lakota Women Attend Woman's Federation At Buffalo Center (Lakota: The following women attended the Winnebago County Federation of Woman's club meeting at Buffalo Center, April 15th: Mesdames W. E. Ley, A. C. Schissel, Delia Smith, William Gutknecht, .1 E. Wortman-, Ray Smith and Ida Smith. The district chairman, Mrs Tompkins, Garner, was the speaker Mrs. Delia Smith reported for the history committee. Several musical selections were enjoyed, especially a marimba solo by little Doris Jean Heetland. Doris is a daughter of the former Velma Smith and a granddaughter of Mrs. Ida Smith of Lakota, WESLEY SCHOOL MUSICIANS IN SPRING CONCERT Wesley: A good sized crowd at 'tended the musical program glvei Tuesday evening In the auditorium by pupils of the public school. Th Wesley high school band played "E Plurblus Unum," "Grandpa's Clock' "Sleepy Time", and "Spirit of th< Sioux." The girls glee club ren dered "Liietoestraum," "Prayer" an< "Because^ The first and third grades presented /"Wooden Shoe Dance." "I Had a Little Doggie" by Shirley Lloyd, "Children of Kildare" 'by the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. The seventh and eighth grades sang "Songs We All Know in* Love." A vocal duet.Vith vin- Iln obligate, "Panls Angelicus" was given by Lois Bleich and Sylvia Ann Gerdes. The boys' glee club sang "U. S. Marine Hymn", "Poor Bill—a Hard Luck Story" and "Your ..and and My Land." Rosalie Alne,. Lois Bleich and Mary Lou Haverly sang "Star Dust", and "We Will Fight for our Stars and Stripes" by Tom Forburger. 'aul Rlggs sang "Dear Mom." The senior high school boys' quai> et composed of Frank Richter, Joe Fohnson, Robert Diekman and Paul liggs sangs "Who Did", "I Saw Sammy" and "Bells of St. Mary." Joe Johnson was the capable announcer. Miss Helen Schneider is musical instructor. ' Mrs. Frank Bleich and Donn^i Mae spent Friday at the Will Hauptly home. Mr. and Mrs. George Vltzthurn were Algona 'business callers on Thursday. Lawrence Hildman and Will Frimml went to Fort Dodge Thursday on business. Leota Hall entered the Kossuth hospital at Alpona last week for medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and baby, Gloria Ann, visited Thursday evening at the J. L. Studer hornc. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dau Schmidt and fouf children of Relribeek'speh the week end at the Or. L. L .Pfeff* home. The Study club met, trtursaa afternoon at the ndme of Mr*. A M. Lease. Mrs. Chas. kraua hft the lesson, ' Charles, 6nly sort of Andrew dot ner, left for induction into the arm Wednesday with 38 other" men from Kossuth county. /Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommeren Ing and two children of Algona vis ited at the parental Ed Hildman home Thursday eventing. Roman Elsenbacher has gone Fostorla, where he Is managing a meat looker. His family will sta> here until school is Out. 'Donnell Erdman returned home Wednesday from Oamp Walters Texas, where she had visited Pvt Jack Robinson of Corwith. Mrs. Albert Ltckteig has resigned her position as teacher In the rural school north of town. Miss Anna Flom will finish the term. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Donna Mae and Mrs. Tom Forburger visited at the Martin Bteich home n- Bancroft Thursday evening. Mrs. George Hlrner and Mrs. Florence Wlngert were hostesses to the iatholic Missionary society Tuesday afternoon. They will meet next Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claus DeBoer cele- jrated their 40th wedding annlver- ary Thursday. A large group of elatives and friends helped the lonored couple to celebrate the occasion. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer entertained her bridge clu'b Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Tom McMahon and Mrs. Arlo Dawson won first and second prizes The club will meet at the home of Mrs. 'Leonard Arndorfer on Thursday, April 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Rae Hutchison of Waterloo visited friends at Wesley Friday. Thewalso visited friends and relatives Tn Algona. Mrs. Oscar Erickson of Elmhurst, 111., came with them for a visit with her aunt, Miss Arabella McPherson. •Frank Matern, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, who enlisted in the navy several weeks ago, received his call from the government and left f&r Des (Maine* Thursday frttfkliad worked on a ranch near Cheyenne ( Wyo., until several weeks «to. - The home nursing alass under the Instruction Of Mrs. Ray Winggrt, R. 19.;. Will biggin Friday evefllritf, May 1st, lit t: 16 In Tom McMtthorVs rooms. Several more can be taken In the class and they should call Mrs. Arlo Dawson, local Red Cross chairman. .Frank Wolf and son, Otto, visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Urba Hommerdtng and family at Kimball, Minn., several days last week. They went on to men, Minn., to visit two eons, Jut' lus and Adam, and his family. Louis Wolk took them to Kimball. Sister Jeanette returned Thursday evening from Glendale, WIs She had 'been called there Sunda by the Illness nd death of he father. He died of the flu at S Joseph's hospital In St. Paul. Mrs, J. M. Kunz substituted as teache of the fifth and sixth grades in th parochial school. Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained he. iOO club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Gale Stockwell of Algona was a uest. Mrs. Joe Studer won high score prize and Mrs. Lawrence Smith, a new member of the club ivon low score prlxe. Mrs. Alber "Jlrard won travel prize. Mrs. Nor- iert Hllbert will entertain the club Thursday, May 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Llckteig er- ertained their evening 500 club on ^hursday evening. Del Benton anti Theresa Lickteig won high prizes, Mrs. Wilbur; Loebig and Urban Llckteig received low prizes. Del Benton also won travel prize. Ther esa and Hugh Licktelg and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elsenbacher wer° thr guests. This concludes the card parties for the season. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert entertained her mother, Mrs. Ignatius Eisenbacher and her eight sisters at a 'birthday party for her sister, Thek>- la, R. N.; of Waterloo. Those who attended were Mrs. Eisenbacher, Mrs. Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., Miss Thekla Eisenbacher, Mrs. Joe Studer, Mrs. Clarence Nelsnn, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Nbrbert Hilbert, Jane and Ruth Eisenbacher. Corwith Junior - Senior Banquet Thurs. WSflBCTRED WORKERS ATBURT Buft: Red Cross chairmen and treasurers of the central district of the county met at the Rev. Q H. Wessel hoJnjj Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore', county chairman,, and Miss Murray, St. Louis, Mo., Red cross field Worker, were present and spoke at the meeting. They Instructed the group on various points and explained some things, which had not been thoroughly understood, A new Red Cross project Is to be started soon that of gathering up discarded woolen garments and Wool scraps of any sort. Twenty- one were present. Fehton, .Lone Rock and 1 Bancroft were represented. Anderson-Johnson Wedding at Swea City Swea City: M>s. Nellie Johnson became the wife Of Frank Anderson Sunday, April 19, at the Presbyter- Ian parsonage at Armstrong. The Rev. Robert R. Irwin officiated. Immediate relatives witnessed the ceremony. The fcride was torn Nellie Blomster and has spent most of her life In this community, while the groom Is from Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are living In'the Johnson residence}. Tjeftsvald arid daughters, Ardya affd Mildred 6f Armstrong, fefe Sunday tfftntf fiietta at the Gus AftdWft home. .Mrs. .. . frbffl lief Brother, Pvt, Hubert A, Govern, that he .Is stationed At Caffiplafkley.TeJfas. f fflilf. and Mrs, Vietbr Weaver of Minneapolis visited several days at the Clarence Scott home, Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Scott are Sister's. .Mrs. Lee Huffman and daughter, Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Halsman of fiwea City visited 'on Monday at the John Halsman home. (Mrs. Arden Reynolds* Is supervising the junior and senior high school girls In their Red Cross work. Th^y meet once a week -on Friday afternoon and sew children's garments and quilts. •Mrs. Ray Wentworth left Sunday for Chicago where she will' meet Mf. Flow*! Club \ Site Seeds, Plants, Shrubs SAltBDAV, MAV 2 T. H, ttotmes Bid*., Sale start* at 11 a. m. 3 Grant News HaMaafl|imfme< ^^ HOTELS FOR A FRESH START STOP AT A HOTEL FENTON WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTS MRS. E.C.WEISBROD iFenton: The Woman's club me Tuesday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Lester Weisbrod with Mrs John Light as assistant hostess Steventeen members were presen and Mrs. J. L. Olson and Mrs Clara Mueller were guests. The meeting was opened with a prayer 'by Mrs John Light. During the business, meeting, officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod; vice president}, Mrs. John Light; secretary, Mrs. Don Weisbrod; treasurer, Mrs. Ernest Votteler and historian, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. A pamphlet was read on Cancel Control and it was decided to make a donation to the cancer fund. Papers were given 1 by Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and Mrs. Henry Lindsey. A lunch was served by the hostesses. WANTED!!! All May 1st subscriptions paid by Thursday of this week. If your subscription « to The Algona Upper Des Moines expires on May 1st, send in your check or money order today, so you won't miss a single copy. Algona Upper Des Moines Kathleen Bollinger returned from Iowa City Monday night, where she hnd gone for a check-up. Her condition was reported as good. LeRoy Boettcher of Buttonwillow, Calif., Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and H. E. Reimers visited at the Will Reimers home in Whittemore Tuesday afternoon. Mesdames J. A. G. Smith, J. A. Mueller and W. J. Weisbrod attended a Red Cross meeting at the Rev. Gtbrge Wessel home in Burt on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.. Louis Price of Thompson are the parents of an 8% pound girl born Monday, April 20th. The Pi-ices are former Fenton rseident and Mrs. Price Is a sister of Mrs. A. R. Willrett also of near Fenton. Walther League met Thursday night in the church basement. Tne Rev. R. W. Kabelitz gave the Bible study. Outdoor games were played with Lucille Jentz in charge and lunch was served to twenty by Donald and Edwin Uthof. •Mrs. E. J. Frank entertained at a picnic Monday evening in honor of i her twin daughter's birthday. Enjoying the courtesy (besides the honored ones, Phyllis and Barbara, were Betty Jeaji Schwarte, La Vonne Newel and Betty Ann Meyers. (Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ditsworth of Salem, 111., came Monday evening for a visit with Mr .Ditsworth'. 1 mother, Mrs. Earl Dean. They visited over the week end at the Ralph Stumbo home at Ra.i-.vink. Mrs. Ditsworth is a former I-'enton instructor. Mrs. Eugene JT'iskamp entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. C. Voigt's birthday anniversary at the latter's home on Tuesday afternoon. Gue:Jl.s present were Mes- darnes Herman Huskamp, Philip Weisbrod, II :ma Ruske, William Fischer, George Goetsch, Mary Han- ien and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf and daughter, Charlotte. The after- 1 noon was spent socially after which lunch was served. The honoree received many nice gifts. -\ Corwibh: The junior and senior I banquet was held Thursday evening, April 23, in the school gymnasium. Miss Martha Kronenberg, junior class sponsor, was in charge of the committees. The theme was on "Good Neighbors" and the flecora- tions were on Latin : -American lines. The program given was a'marim- bas solo 'by Ruth Rust and a vocal solo by Maxine Trees, both accompanied by Esther Smith. Delores Dunlap, junior -president, presided as toastmistress; Neil Wolf, senior president, responded. Sixty-eight guests partook of the meal which was served by twelve sophomores. Mrs. G. H. Dunlap did the catering. •Mrs. Lee Cole was taken to Mercy hospital at Mason City Thursday afternoon for tests and treatments. Phyllis Hauptmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptmann, was a victim of -the chicken pox the past week. v f- iMr. and Mrs. Glenn Ditsworth of Illinois visited Monday with Mr'. Ditsworth's sister, Mrs. H. Green, and family. The U-Delt-M .bridge club closed its year Tuesday with a gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter. Peter Kelch is having his town home painted by Lew Speckma;>. He is also 'having a new barn constructed on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, and son, Kermit, spent the week end with relatives at Searsboro, Montezuma and Des Moines. Mrs. E. J. Widen' came home on Wednesday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where she had been for a few days for examination and observation. Mrs. Albert Johnson and mother, Mrs. Katherlne Penterman. and Marvin Johnson drove to Spencer Wednesday and visited with relatives and friends. The senior class will observe the anual Skip Day May 6 at Mason City. They had originally planned to go to Des Moines, but war restrictions on tires, etc., paused the change of plans. Funeral services were held at the First Baptist church Thursday afternoon for Mrs. W. E. Puffer, who passed away the precedisg Sunday it a hospital in Mason City, following a severe stroke. Margaret Masterson recevied a cablegram on Friday from Marvin Sloan, who is with the A. E. F 1 . in North Ireland. The cable was received on her birthday wishing her a happy birthday. No letters have een received from Marvin but he has sent three cables. ROBERT VOTTELER, FENTON PIONEER, DIED THURSDAY ,Fenton: Robert Votteler, Sr., died at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, Thursday evening. He had been a patient there for four weeks. iMr. Votteler would have been 82 years old July 22. He leaves his •wife and the following children: Mrs. Wm. Fischer, Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Mrs. George Siems and Ernest Votteler, all of Fenton; 12 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Three children preceded him .in death. -Funeral scervlces will be Monday afterrfoon at tha* SJ. John's Lutheran Vihurch wiffi 'burial in the Fairville cemetery. Friday, the day after Mr. Votteler's death, Mrs. Votteler reached 'her 80th birthday. Paul Gosman and Manfred Boever were Sunday visitors at the ; )en Mino home. MH(. (Mable CMlno and Harold ivere Thursday evening-visitors at he David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gable and daughter,- Sandra, visited at the ~ohn Haisman home Sunday. (Mrs. Earl Richardson and Edy- I'ean and Alvio, Jr., visited at the David Farow home Monday.. A large crowd attended the Grant young people's society meeting at the school Jiouse Tuesday evening. Mrs. Velma Waterbury and F-v- elyn Colwell and Arline Boever were 'business callers in Burt Wednesday. ,Mrs. Arden Reynolds and Evelyn Colwell and Arline Boever were in I Fairmont Saturday on business and I shopping. From where I sit.,.. "• , ./ ' •.. • , .jfy Joe Marsh A nnf weeks ago, 1 had occasion to visit some friends of mine in' Nebraska, Nebraska certainly ii a great State. Hike Nebraska. I like those immense cornfields that seem to atretch from horizon to horizon. (Plenty of wheatflelds in Nebraska, too<) * * * But the thing tHat interwts me tno«t About Nebraska right now is the very important social experiment' the beer people started there several years ago. Beer itself is naturally a beverage o"f moderation. Yet, all too ' often, people are inclined to blame beer wrongly for any misconduct of the customer or the proprietor in a place licensed to sell beer. So, the brewers got together to BOB what they could do about this. They weren't really responsible for their retailers ... in fact, they're not allowed to control retailers. But the brewing industry worked out a plan by which it cooperates with the public authorities to eliminate bad conditions in the minority of places whose conduct would reflect on the law-abiding majority. The beer people urge proprietor* of retail places to conduct them properly and to obey the law. Thar urge consumers to cooperate, and alk the public generally to report law violations to the authorities. They send warnings to careless retailers and if conditions are not corrected they take the case up- with the authorities. Naturally the authorities and the public have welcomed this aa an added force i* building respect for law and order. * * * . , That program is now operating- in many states - and with the Nation at war, brewing industry organizations cooperate with civil and military authorities to assure good conditions in beer outlets around the army camps and naval stations. . • • . Somehow, to me, that's a mighty important, public-spirited effort. I don't know of anything like it ever having been tried before. It people really help the brewers with that program they'll be doing a great thing for the country. Mrs. Lloyd Stith visited her husband, .Pvt. Uoyd Stifch, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. J. Worth Miller acted as substitute teacher at the Fairview school during her absence. «w ilreamlimr I b lo th* (vwvday hot a Q*iMl-pow*r*d a'*** roilt h to on old foihtoncd burntr. ll'i n*w throughout, flagpole (o flagtlorwi. N»*> Room Coffw Shop, Hurdl* n and Food Fountain MQHTRQSt The Makers of Vitamin-Enriched Omar Wonder Flour Offer **A$IOfl DEFENSE BONDoW** A Free Trip to WASHINGTON D.C. For Herself and Chaperone of her cho : to the Midwest's You'// have MORE HOMY MAKERS ... Hospital News Kossutfi Hospital April 18—Mrs. Harold Roalson, baby girl; Mel PJeterson, ,Jr., Al- ;ona, medical; John Mahoney, med- cal. April IS—Harry Greenberg, Al- jona, surgical; Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, 3urt, girl; Mr. Ratsner, Algona, accident. April 20—Donald Gardner, med- cal; Mrs. Wesley Bennett, Rolfe, >aiby girl. General Hospital April It—Mrs. Wayne Ridenour, ..uVerne, medical. April 18—Uoyd Danger, Thompson, surgery; Sharon Kay Huff, of Sexton, burns. 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