The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1942
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"> * A v*5E.« ,, VV , !Vf ) It, s ,•'<* \ . "" . ' ' J* t Th« AkfOM typtwf Ben Moia^ Alttm* Iowa. April 28,1^42 UNION TOWNSHIP BOYCRADUATES AT GREAT LAKES Unloti; Mf. And Mrs. Louis Bode received a Idiig distance call from their iottj BerttBf d,r fireman third class at the Great Lakes that he MiHth members ot his company 26«, Were graduating last Friday, April 24th. iHe had planned .6n finishing his training toy May 15th. The advance In the 'date' left his training of only four greeks duration In comparslbn to the: forme? si* to eight W^eks per!6d. UNION TOWNSHIP TRANSFERRED Itf THE WEST (t'rlvato James ffllmor^, son of 3Wr. arid -Mrs. Of. M. Blmore, an.d "George Rich, son of Mr, arid Mrs. WU1 Rlcty who Have toertm stationed ; a| 5 Camp Roberts, Calif., haVe been transferred to the Nat- lortal Ouard. and are now at San FWittUretJ. •Mrs. Elmore-recently visited her son while he was still at Camp Roberts. Jt)on BoeVers went to Mason City last Week .to consult specialists regarding his series 6f attacks of Infection. This time It Is in his fight arm. Dr. Keneflck accbm- x pahled nlhi. (Mr. an/3 Mrs. John Jacobs of Austin, Minn., came Saturday for a visit until Sunday with Mrs. Jacobs' mother, Mrs. Mam«j Wlftkel, and her sister, Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr. Mrs. "(Jacobs Us the fSrmer Marie Wlnkel. We' are glad to report that the Condition of Dortald Gardner, >• a double 'pneumonia patient, is somewhat improved; Hla heart has been Slightly affected but his friends hope in due time he will have overcome this obstacle. i The C-le Oftedal children were 111 with the measles the past week, Asstd. heavy cockerels, 3 weeks old $14i90 Two to three weeks old heavies, all breeds, including White 'Rocks __—. _$13.90 Pullorum tested guaranteed strong and healthy- Hamilton Hatcheries Bancroft and Titonka Tues.-Wecl., April 28-29 ; . .Extended run' ' COOJ Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., April -30-May 2 NOW HE'S GAS (ONTH (ARYNX)! . Second Feature Buster Crabbe dn "BILLY THE KID, .WANTED" Sun.-Mon., May 3-4 ! Comedy. — Romance -7- Thrills! :. •; Second Feature ;F,irst full length musical..comr edy cartoon'. , ' . Paramount Tops Gulliver's Travtb TTTONKA LIONS BANQUET LOCAL BASKETEERS Titonka: The Titonka'Lions club entertained the members of the boys' high school basketball team at a banquet at the American 1 ' Legion rooms on Thursday evening. The twelve members of the squad, and all the members of the Lions club were guests. Dinner was s t erv- ed at 6:30 and County Superintendent A. E. 'Lauritzen, Supt. Cheever, Coach Gnagy, J. L. Miller, president of the Lions club, were the speakers. Dayle Craven, C. R. Krantz, Edward Boyken and K. W. Swan were on the committee arranging the affair. •Mrs. C. B. Egesdal ahd daughters spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Guy Barton. Richard Meyer spent the week end jvlth Eugene Beenken, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beenken. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Koppen, Lakota, called at the George Higglns and Jerry Breen homes Friday. The junior class of the Titonka high school enjoyed a'picnic Friday evening in the Callp?.vk at Algona. Mrs. C, B. Egesdal and daughters ahd Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton visited Tuesday afternoon fit Olile Alice Thompson home at Eagle Grove. Darlene Higglns, who attends tho Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, arrived home Thursday evening to spend the week end with her parents. . „ • ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hench and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott went to Spirit Lake Thursday'evenlng to do .some fishing. They brought 'home their limit. Mr. and Mrs. Brltton Clavis, of Pierre, S. D., and Mr7 and Mrs. Ed Roeder of Rockwell were dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Manwiller. Mrs. Carl H. Callies enf.ertanied the U-Deal-M. club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Fisher was a guest and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett w orl prizes. Mrs. Forrest Manwiller was honored iby a handkerchlief shower at the meeting of the Titonka Junior Federated ciu'b Tuesday evening" at the home of Mrs. T. A. Dunmire. Harold Miller, took a triKk load of young folks to Clear Lake to Skate Wednesday evening. Harold is. doing some repairing on his skating rink and they could not skate In Titonka this week.' Mrs. Henry Bruns and a cousin, Sherman Kelly of Kansas City, who is visiting at the 'Bruns and Wm. Cosgrove homes, spe;nt Friday visiting relatives at Britt. Sherman is to be inducted into the army on April 27th. Carl Krause of German Valley took his mother, Mrs. Kate Boel;- elman to Blsmark; N. D., Friday where she will remain for a viait with her sister.. Henry Radamak er accompanied them. The men •will return Sunday evening. The Northwestern Junior Col lege of Orange City gave~a_sacre( music program in the Ramsey Reformed church Wednesday evening to a good-sized crowd. This was their first stop on their tour for !he- year.' They went to Buffalo Center and Hollandale, Minn., the next day. The members of the junior Federated club were guests of the Titonka Woman's club at a meeting with Mrs. Mary Budlong "Thursday afternoon April 23. Roll cal was answered with A . Favorite Book. Mrs. (Frances Budlong, the senior member of the club, gave the book review. Henry Meinders was pleasantly -surprised Thursday evening wher Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gray and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nehrlng of Klemme came to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening was spent visiting and pie and ice cream was-served at a late hour Mrs. L. O. Baker went to Spencer,Monday to attend to some Business matters. /tidy DoSart, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart, "has been 111 for the past few days. Helen FtuAt, student at Iowa State Teachers' college ak Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pacts. Itnpgene Hill, employed In the Metropolitan insurance offices at £"ort Dodge, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill. Air. and Mrs. H. It. Coggln have moved to Algona from Des Molno*. Mr. Cogging is connected With the Massachusetts Protective Insur- uhce Association. Donald Reese spent the week end with his father, Chris Reese, here and at Fenton. Donald is employed at the United States shell plant at Ankeny. Mrs. Nyle Latch will entertain her sewing club Friday affernoon The club usually meets on' Wednesday but it has been postponed two days this time. Margaret Ann Beardsley spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. She Is a student at Iowa State Teacher's college at Cedar Falls. Omar Kelly arrived in Algon.i Monday, from Detroit, Michigan, to visit his mother, Mrs. Joe Kelly, Sr., until his marriage Thursday to Miss Eileen Murray of Bancroft. A. L. Pulliam, formerly with the Equitable Life Insurance Co., was Inducted into the armed service' last week and is back in Algona for ten days before going to camp. Mary C. Kain arrived bock in Algona Wednesday morning after spending the winter at Los Angeles, California. Miss Kain' made the trip on the Challenger train. Mrs. Melvin Knoll left Friday night for her home in Baltimore, Maryland, after visiting the past two weeks in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson >Clarence Riddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Riddle, was recently elected president of the H. U. I. social fraternity at Upper Iowa University at Fayette where he is a student. Darleive Tapper celebrated her fifth birthday Friday, April 24, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meinders and children, Mn. and Mrs. EvereUt Rippentrop and children of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. H«rman Tapper and Mr. and. Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Benjamin helped her celebrate. Ine cream and cake was served and her mother had baked a birthday calce^with candles and all the trimmings. YOU CAN STILL GET PLUMBING REPAIRS AND. PLUMBING REPAIR PARTS •~\ ' f - J)imng the past few days Algop, jp^mbeiFa^aye yec$iye4 limnei'- QUS calls asfcuig if plumbing r§j)atp semce is still available, yoiir pbojce! -You oaiv still grab pliunbiing B#pIs<M?m9Rt 3Partff where new parts are necessary, Eveu parts posting in $50 em be obtained through proper certification of the tatfcefaatiMtbej^iBsawreqwredt \, CAW* EITHER OF THE mWWINC PLUMBERS OF AL0ONA P IMMEWATE SiRViqEf Funk & Deim >Laiim & Mufckev «tpM ^IWWiWWIW' ^I^WP" ^P^P^*^pF^^^I|WP^B-' 1 ^^^^p.?WP^pW^™^^B[ ^J^PF ^S^i^^ i ^^^^^^PIW™TBF* i ^Jr • 'i *-'*. • " " t- ~~ * - < •* ™ • - • ,-{ - • ^. ,.\* ; /i,,/ - - * SENECA FARM BUREAU IN MEET AT STRUECKERS . Seneca? The Seneca Farm Bureau met at the Herman Struecker.home Tuesday evening with Mr; and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt as assistant -hosts. The program consisted of a piano .selection' by Mrs. Clarence Osborn: a paper on Inflation,by Mrs. Earl Crouch; round table discussion on War Bonds led' by Henry Looft. Pictures of the Horse Show at Bancroft were shown by County Agent A. L. Brown. The nex.t meeting will be held at the Millen Jensen home, May 26 with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft as assistant hosts. Members present Included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Hunry Looft and County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown. SENECA STARS 4-H CLUB AT M'KEANS SATURDAY iThe Seneca Stars 4-H club met at the home of Joyce, Margola and Gertrude (MeKean Saat Saturday for its April meeting. After giving the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was answered by naming the number of jars canned and their progress with. the record book. Melva Swan gave a paper on dinner menus. Mrs. Clarence Osborn, local leader,' gave a talk on Nutri- t'on and Vitamins. Gertrude McKean gave a report on a song writer. The club sang "Dear Land of Home," after which refreshments were served''by the hostesses. (Mr, and Mrs. Homer Wolf and son were Sunday callers at the Geo. Wolf home. Woi-J has been received that Lyle Osborn Is in 1 the infantry at •Camp Berkely, Texas. •Ray Kracht has been inducted into the army. He left from Algona early Tuesday morning. (Mr.. and Mrs. Nelson were last Friday evening callers at the Joa Neuman home near Bancroft. /Mrs. C.'O. Bailey received word of the death of her brother, Roscoe Yager,'the early part of the week. -Mrs, George Wolfs brother, Mr. Kike,- wife and two children of Pine City, Minn-, .were last Monday callers at the Geo. Wolf home. The Seneca school seniors and faculty were guests of the Esther- v.'lle junior college at their class play last Thursday .evening 1 . A social hour was enjoyed after the play. The Seneca Ladies Aid will meet at. the Mrs. Jennie Jensen home at Ringsted Thursday, April 30. Mrs. Linus Jensen will be the co-hostess. Mrs. Geo. Jensen will be program leader. Mr, and Mr0. Otto Wilberg, Jean and Pelpres and Mildred and Henry Wllb^rg -were last Thursday PmnJng callers at the Manno Peterson, gome at Haifa..' The occasion was, Jlfr, Pfltersen's birthday. Wednesday dinner guests Virgil Madden home were Mr. and. Mrs. Jobw A. Moore of *"-'-«#. Sgt-NMid, Mrs- Floyd ... Of Utfle Rock, Arkansas, OSfia* Moore of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs.. Millen Jensen and family jyere Sunday cajlers at the WUlard and Tbelma Appejt home -*• "- — ™^- ~ "Wmer guests were 'engen, family and ** Aujujt-HelMB Of ' # dinner .guests at the Ear! ffj?*y 9^f ff* ^""j:*"? 1 of The O. N. O. club will meet till* evening (Tuesday) with Mrs; L. F. Rice. Mrs. ben WafRord and noil, Ben, Jr., spent Saturday In Mason City with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Swinderg, Ft. Dodge, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Benjamin Herbs*, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Herbst Is recovering from an attack of flu. Mrs. Peter Elilers, Swca City, visited from Monday until Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. W. C.'Dau Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Heniph"! of Fort Dodge spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Heinia Stebritz. Mrs. John Kirk spent from Tuesday until Sunday with her brother, Russell Gould, and family at Harlan. Phil Kohlhaas, Jr., has been HI the past two weeks with an earache. He is in the second grade at school. Mr. and ittrs. W. J. Bourne write from Phoenix, Arizona, that they will be leaving for Algoha, April 28 (today). Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medln-and daughter, Sandra of Graettlnger, spent Sunday in the parental Sam Medin home. Mrs. W. Flood of Sioux City spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves. Mrs. L. F. Rice Is entertaining her knitting club at her home on- West McGregor street this afternoon (Tuesday). Arba Dee HUddJelhauf of DCS Moines spent the week end in Alfona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. John McDowell was elected delegate from the Port Dodge Presbytery to the Iowa Synod at Ames to be held In June. Mrs. Dg White entertained the Past Matrons' cjub of the O. E. S. at a breakfast at her country home this morning (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Voeman and family of Webster City spent Sunday with the,former';, parents Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yoeman. Joun Stcphenson spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephenson. Joan is employed ut the Hotel Hanford in Mason City. «• C. F. Doherty, Minneapolis, arrived Monday for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. Mr. Dohcr- ty is a Holding & Evans shirt salesman. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. They are former Algonans and now live at Clarinda. . K • s Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman'of Winnebago, Minn., spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard. They are aunt and uncle of Mrs. Barnard. Mrs. B. B. Waller and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald spent Friday and Saturday, in Dss Moines. R. B. Waller returned with them to spend the week end in Algona. Jalne Laird spent the week end with her mother and grand mother,' Mrs. Cidney .Laird and Mrs. S. B. French. Jane .is taking a business training course in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bpb Knudsen i of Fort Dodge spent the week end with Erma Lee Deal. The Kmid sens are former Algonans and Mrs. Knudsen is the former Betty Bur- Harold Clayton and A, K. Kr<j- sensky took the former's Presbyterian Sunday Stfhool class of boys fishing at Lost Island Friday after school. The boys report more fun than fish. Fivy J. Meade, 4-H club agent for Kossuth county has returned from Marshall, Minn., where he attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Meade. Mr. and Mrs: Ralph Miedke spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. They have been living in' Atlantic Iowa, tout they are moving to Wahoo, Nebraska, where he will be in defense work. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird and daughter, Linda and Mrs. Clair Laird and son all of Des Moines, spent ; the week end wfith their mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, to help her celebrate her eighty-fifth birthday. Mrs. S. E. McMahon spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake. Mrs. McMahon and Mrs. Schmitz also went to Omaha for two or thre^ days. M?. and Mrs/Schmitz are building a new home. The next meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery will be held in Algona in connection with the celebration of the local church's eighty- fifth birthday next September. The Plresbytery decided to meet here next September at the meeting at Lake Park last week. Air, and Airs. Lee Doy arrived Thursday from Kewanee. 111., for ten days with the latter's mother, Mrs. Ellen Wagoner. Mrs. Doy is is the former Janice Wagoner. Mr. Doy is employed in the J. C. Penney Store, that was partly demolished in the recent Kewanee fire. He is vacationing while repairs are being made. > Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gill and balby soq and Mrs. Etheline Banker arrived here from Baltimore. Maryland, a week ago Monday, Mrs. Banker, who has been visiting tne Gills, will remain here. The Gills Visited Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Rice un. til §unday when they went on to Omaha, where thjey have' been transferred. Mr. (Jill is a defense worker and Mrs. Gill is Mrs. RJce'c sorter. Sirs, B, G. Attleson and son, Eugene, returned home Sunday after a tew weeks/ visit with M.r, Attleson in Muscatine where they formerly lived. Tfeey also visited the Byron: Arnold, family in Moline, [|J., and the Leonard Wilson family in Clinton, both former teachers here. Mr. Attleson ha* been wording wJib th> Child, Training Association to #H»ca,tijuL and CUbton. ^ Ruth Hatwen, Wnltteriiore, l« a new employee at the Algona Bakery. • ' Maurfne MoOuHouRfy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W .G. McCullough, Is leaving Thursday for the west coast. After visiting relatives In California, she expects to live at Medford, Oregon, Dorothy Butts has returned to her duties at Washington, D. C., ufter spending a two weeks' vacation at home, She Is employed in Hie Material Division of the War Production Board Caroline Sampson, Fort Dodge, spent the week end in tKg Mrs. Ellen Wagoner home. Caroline is a former schoolmate of Mrs Waggoner's daughter, Mrs Lee Doy, who is also visiting here. Mrs. Jim Logan, Sfcoux Falls, . D., is visiting her father C. H. Ostwinkle. She Is the former Marguerite Ostwinkle and her husband is in charge of the shoe department of the S. & L. store h Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hagg of St. James, Minn., were visiting with :he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagg, here over the week nd. Mr, Hagg, a former Upper Des Moines printer, now operates a printing plant in St. James. Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen and Mrs. 'hris Knudsen went to Des Moines ihis morning (Tuesday) to 'bring Mrs. John Talty, the former Dollys Knudsen, to Algona for a few days' visit. Mrs. Talty is Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen's sister and Mrs. ihris Knudsen's daughter. Mrs. Joe Kelly, Jr., arrived Saturday from Chicago to visit for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Joe Kelly, Sr. Joe will join his wife Thursday to attend the wedding of his brother Omar and Eileen Murray of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs* Olalr Blossom spent Friday here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. (3. Blossom. Clair has been taking a course in airplane mechanics 'at Omaha and they are now enrouto to Buffalo, N. Y., where they will make their home and Clair. v/il! work in a defense plant. Mrs. Anna Schick and daughters Minnie and Ada, drove to Gary, S. D., and attended -the Peter Hentges anniversary on April 20. They returned last Thursday and brought with them Mrs. Elizabeth Kraus, whose home is at Granville and where they visited for- a day before arriving in Algona. Donald Ludwig, Chicago, arrived Friday to get his wife 'who has been in Algona for two. weeks visiting her parents, Mr" ahd Mrs. John Mahoney. She came here to be with her father who is ill with pneumonia at the kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig returned home Monday accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Ludwig of West Bend who will visit them for a few weeks. Mrs. Lucius Harris of Sanla Monica, California, is visiting Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. H. E; Rist. Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. H. E. Rlst. Mrs. Ferguson and Mr. Rist and Mrs. Harris are cousins. Before wmjing .to Algona/, (Mrs. Harris visited her brother, Moore Smith, in Des Moines. She plans to be here for some time. Mrs. Harris Is the oldest daughter of the late John G. Smith, picneer Algona business man. An item app feared in the soclnty section of the Minneapolis Star- Journal Sunday stating that Charlotto Hilton of Minneapalis, a daughter of W. R. Hilton of Al- goha, left Saturday for Washington, D. C., where she will be married May 9 to Homer, A. Childs of that city. She was accompanied by Mr. Childs' mother, Mrs. H. A. Childs of Minneapolis and Mrs. Belle Lobarg. Charlotte attended the local schools ahd Macalestnr College and Mr. Childs is a University of Minnesota law graduate and a member of Phi Delta Phi fraternity. IT OR The Smaifi Radio Hit • Brinqs This Smash "&,-.. . Valuo Hit lUNBAf 9.'80 • .0. hi. EVERSHARP 'PEN AND RtfEATER PENCIL Gift SET ... Compltl» at Otiltf. $C95 Snwrt itrtimllntd itl with distinctive two-ton* strip* . choice of colon • ilzci for men <nd wom«n - In prcitntitlon Mn. LUSBY&GIOSSI 17-18-19 The Stop Sign In the Building Game does not mean that no building can be done during the duration. You can still do house remodeling up to $500.00 and farm construction up to $1,000.00 wherever material i is available. We have quite a stock of material on hand, and would be glad to furnish any material you may need. Paint Up and Save Your Present Buildings Miller Lumber Co. Clint'Lighter, Mgr. Algona, la. Tour S & L Co. More \\ WHAT a COATS Spring's "Hit-Parade " and SUITS out go DRESSES Sensational savings in S' values to $8.95 All the brightest spring shades. . . Lovely pastel*, charming prints, navy and black. In sizes for Misses', Juniors and women. Some half sizes, BAGS - GLOVES 54* » Ktgvlarly 69t Many itylel, •<c*ll*nt detalli. LOVELY BLOUSES fttgularly |I.I9I Solected groupi of' Spring'* fovorit* typ*«. . Mrs. A- M. Aastersow; J(rs. Prank Johnson, MUtou Fox, .Kenneth Dow? ley, Mrs, Jobji BehnUdJ, K. S, J#Wer, MZOM, an^l MM. 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