The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1942
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SWEA (TTY SECOND IN REGISTRATION OF DRAFTEES Swea (Jlty: Atound 280 Hneir, be* twecn 48>hd 68 years of age registered here Monday which wasMhe second largest registration district in the county, Algona, of course, being the largest. Three men, tra Hewitt, Rome Johnson, and Oscar Mollne, were 111 and Were not able , to go to regleter. They were registered at their homes by assistant registrars. ' Those dMlsfling chief feglS CHrLstensen, wene G. I>, |Curtta/ Roy Bravender, Walter Peterson, J. J. Anderson, LeRoy Applequlst, Palmer Ingebritzen, A. J. Bllabor- ough and Oeo. K. Nelson, VISITOR SUFFERS BLOOD • CLOff ATTACK WEDNESDAY Mrs. Thomas Burton, Springfield, O., Was, taken ill at the entrance ; to the Iowa Theatre Wednesday : night, and was taken to an Algona hospital where Iher trouble Was diagnosed as a blood clot near the • ear. She was In Swea City with her husband who is an Incubator service man. ' Supervisor [Heikein and Myron' Johnson threw their hats in the ring for supervisor last week. Miss Mildred E. Roderick visited last week with Miss Evelyn Cham- •berlin, pastor of the Pull Gospel church. ' A second class In nurses' training will be conducted here by Mrs. Williams, Lakota, 'beginning about May 12. , Verne Wegner took the boys of the senior class to Algona Tuesday to hear an address by a U. S. recruiting officer. / Funeral services for the fathor.of Wm. Bunkofske, Gustav Bunkofske, 88 of Hurt, were held at the Burt Lutheran church Tuesday. The Standard Oil service station was reopened last week by Harold "flfclfrttt, wha hat been'the Bfan Mt& tank wagon agent. Hewitt fill continue to operate the tank rt&gc-ft, and Richard Sehroeder as- slsts at the station. * Hx!'!*""&. Pet t" on ,' Mrs - a A ' AHdersbn, Mrs. Jennie McCrary, Mtt, Chas. Kessler and Mr* J. A, Hrlekaoh were at fiagle Grovs tUeiday as delegates to the midyear rally of the Northern Association wf loWa jBaptlat Women. Mrs. S. A. Anderson appeared on the program for the afternoon devotions. The W, S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet at the church basement Wednesday, May 6. The hostesses will be Mesdames John Bcklund, Aletha Eckltind, Fred Melhe, Dean Swanson and Rudy Hardt; Devotions will be in charge of Mrs. A. H. Schuler and the lesson by Mrs. J. L. Vaux. Music will be given by Mrs. P. W. Larson. The Rev. Peter Pleshko, Russian Minister and General Director of the Russian Christian Relief society in New York City, will speak at the 'Baptist church May 7. at 8 p. m. His address will be Illustrated with.alides and will deal with the actual economic and religious conditions of Russian Christians as they are today. A free will offer- Ing will be taken. A north Kossuth Red Cross meet- Ing was held at the bank offices Thursday with Mrs. Woodward of Whittemore in 'charge. Miss Margaret Murray, St. Louis, field representative, led dicussions of Red Cross work, expressing appreciation of the work done here. A new project is the gathering of wool garments and wool scraps, to be sent for reprocessing. The Virgil Nelson family, who have been living in Chicago ths past several years, are moving back to Iowa. They 'have rented a house in Esthervllle where Mrs. Nelson and daughter, Carol, are already living. VJrgil will come the last of this month. Mr. Nelson Is a son of Mr., and Mrs. W. O. Nelson and Mrs. Nelson was Violet Clark, a daughter of Mrs. 'Ed Berggren. Your best start for poultry profits! "Siiiiiii,,, " m • .•••• *•'••'! JOJSXSSEff^^Z&QJIf I hate to brag, but every day we Swift's Chicks are helping more and more raisers to higher profits, with, a record like ours — 97% Usability in over 165,000 tests—we assure poultrymen more and healthier birds for.profit-making future business. Selected 2 ounce or bigger eggs from purebred flocks famous as money makers . . . we're scientifically incubated under the most modern conditions. EverySwift's Chick is from pultorum tested parent stock. .For livability—and profitability, too—get Swift's Chicks now! BURT HOST TO THE SPRING BASEBALL TOURNEY THIS YR iBurt: The spring county base ball tournament was held the firs of last week with Burt as host 'Because of rains Sunday the game Monday were played at Fenton. The following teams advanced t the semi-finals: Burt, forfeit from Lone Rock,' Fenton, forfeit from Grant, LuVerne defeated Swea Clf.j 9-8 and Titonka beat Wesley'3-:* The semi-final round Was playa u on -the Burt diamond Tuesday with the following results. Fenton de feated LuVerne 6-0, Titonka bea Burt 2-0, The final game wai played at Titonka Wednesday aft ernoon. The sewing circle met Thursday •afternoon with Mrs. Ohrls Knud>- sen. Jennie Thompson Is confined to her bed by Illness. Gertrude Rockey is also on the sick list. Mrs. Henry Wiener is at Ledyard helping care for Mrs. Marvin Kueck and a new daughter. E. C. Schwietert took his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, to the Mason City hospital Friday. A. H. Melnzer returned Thursday from Des Molne's where he had attended an optical meeting. The Friendly Neighbors had a birthday party for Mrs. Henrj Gattman Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Alfred Thompson, Mattoori', 111., spent Tuesday night at the home of her niece, Mrs. L. R. Gordner. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter, Geo. Gerhard and Henry Wiener were Fairmont, Minn., visitors Wednes day. June Rash, who has been work- Ing for a photo company In Chicago, is now manger of a studio at Nashville, Tenn. Mary Ann Smith, who will graduate from Cedar Falls this year, has been hired to teach music in the school at Graettinger. (Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Brown, Garner, were dinner guests Thursday at the C. B. Chipman home. Mrs. Brown is a sister of E. O. and C. B. Chipman. Jean Leeper, who Is staying at the Clifford Holding home until school Is out, spent the week end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlow at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mra. Harry McChane went to Minneapolis Wednesday to see the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Stevens, who Is In the Unl- veilslty hospital, ,They returned Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy moved from Algona into the Ryerson house recently vacated by the Earl LoeJwoods, Wednesday. Mr. Nealy recently opened a hardware and feed store here.', /Quite a number of Burt people ftehed at Spirit Lake Thursday. Among them were Mr. and Mrs Karl Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan, J. G. McDonald, W. H Steward and P. L. Dremmel. Roland H. Lavrenz of Co. B, 33rd Amb. Eng. Battalion of the Seventh Armored Division has been promoted to the rank of corporal. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lavrenz and is stationed at Camn Polk, La. ; Mrs. Will Flood' left Tuesday after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter. She spenf Tuesday night at the Ed Thaves home in Algona anrl went on to her home In Sioux City Wednesday. (Larry Holding was taken to the Kossuth hospital Tuesday morning for a mastpld operation.. His mother, Mrs. Clifford Holding and brother, Kay, were both in bed with an infected throat. Mrs. Holding was able .to go to the hospital on Thursday to be with her son. „ Hn order to get the sugar registration done and Interfere with the school work as little as possible, ilgh school classes were dismissed Monday so that the high school teachers could steslat with this work. Those unable to come Monday were asked to register from 3 to 5 on the other three days. The Woman's club met last week VIonday evening at the hdme of Vfrs. B. K. Bahnson. Mrs. John flecker, Bancroft, was assisting lostess. Mrs. M. M. Ohipman gavp a book study of 'iMy Own Story" by Marie Dre'ssler, and a book study on "The Family" by Fed erova was given by Ruth . Among out-of-town v relatives who were here for the funeral of Gus- av, Bunkofske, 88 year old BurJt resident, were Herman' Bunkofske of Cambria, Edwin" Bunkofske of Detroit, Michigan, Walter Bunkof- ke of Chicago, the Fred Bunkof- kes of Easton, Minn., the Robert 3unkofskes of Lakota, Leoia Bun- cofske of Mason City, Mr. and •Irs. Albert Genrich and Mr. and tfrs. Walter Genrich of LuVerne, itr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich of Lone Rock and' Ed Genrich, Algona. News Items of Fenton Vicinity mm TEACHER HOME HOSPITAL SIEGE iFenton: Mallnda Hantelman came home Tuesday from the Algona hospital, where she has been a patient for the past three Weeks following a major operation. She will remain at the home of her mother,., Mrs. (Daniel Hanfjelman until fall when she will resume her school work in the grades at Belle Plalne. A substitute teacher will finish the school year for Miss Hantelman. Funeral services for Robert Votteler, Sr., were conducted Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the St. John's Lutheran church with burial in the Fairville cemetery. Out- of-town relatives and friends attending services were Mike Dauner and son, William of Hawley, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dauner of Winnebago, Minn.; Henry Schauppo and son, Wayne, of Dunlap; Mrs. John Becker, Mrs. Lizzie Sage, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hausman, Mr. and Wrs. Fred Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. George Hausman and Mrs. Clara London, all of Waterloo; Mr. and tfrs. Adam Reinhard of Maynard; Tony Domek, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Drew and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mar- ;!ni of Emmetaburg; Joseph Klelge, Sr., and son, Joe of Cylinder; Mrs. Henry Ehm of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuecker of Lohrville; Mr. and Mrs. George Bley of Glenville, Minn.; Miss Martha Bley of Omaha; Mrs Sadie Brat- miller of Mallard;. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Langerman of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. James Shade of Emmetsburg; and hosts of friends from Whittemore and vicinity. van wjt" SWIFT'S Average two, ^ g we . k$ , 1 . fnm ^^ ^ ^ ^ • From selected purebred stock Proven livability BUY WITH ASSURANCE AT • All leading breeds SWIfT'S HATCHERY . DICK MEYERS FUNERAL ON MONDAY AFTERNOON O t ut-of-town relatives and friends attending funeral services Monday morning for Dickie Meyers were Dr. and Mrs. E^w. Widdel^ St. James, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Whittemore; Mr. and ,Mrs. Ernest Vaux, Davenport; Mrs. Carrie Haase, Miss Mynna Haase, Mrs. Harry Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Hansen, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haase and family, Woolstock; Mr." and Mrs. Emery Meyers and (BeWry Jean, Mjasan City; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bunkofske, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riddle, Mrs. Chas. Lohse, Verle and James and Mrs. Anna Light, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt and Leonard Kohlstedt of Ayrshire and 'friends .from Burt, Whittemore, Milford, Storm Lake, Clear Lake, Cylinder and Irvington. Iowa * * * Enter Today OMAR'S em CONTEST • FREE Defense Stamps! • FREE Defense Bonds! • FREE Washington fripl. Never,, before a contest like this! Nothing to do to enter but fill out ' the brief entry blank and attach your snapshot or photograph! No • letter* to write, no slogans to ' make up, no puzzles to work, Your health, your vitality, your charm •— those, are the winning qualifications! for this contest has an unusual purpose^-to era* phasize the importing °f f"W those qualities in winning |he war. Yes, to emphasize the parf that. VITAMINS play in radj< ant health •*» and the part thai radtot health plays in, VICTORY! • » ASIC ?0fc FREE UNTRY BiANJf «»J£ i.(2!_f$Fy foWg frow/hj, newspaper orfro^ KOSCOE VAOER FUNERAL HELD ON MONDAY P. M. /Relatives and friends from a distance attending funeral services on Monday afternoon for Roscoe Yager were: Mrs. Yager and daughter, Marilyn of Yakima, Washington; Mr. and Mrs.'Clarence Weisbrod and Melvin, Ringsted; • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod and John. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frombach and grandson, Jim of Emmetsburg; Mr. and ,Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, and Mary Alice of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Newel of Hartley; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovejoy and two daughter iof Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt and Leonard Kohlstedt and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall of Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ridder, Mrs. Charles Lohse, Verle and James and Mrs. Anna Light, Fairmont; Mr. and Mra. W. P. Weisbrod, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Mrs. Charles Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Dale and M.r, and Mrs. Joe Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. David King, all of Algona; Mrs. Fern Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Ewa'd Jergens and Mrs. Mary Garber of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bruner, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Jensen and Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberg of Mason City; Mrs H. Clark, Mrs. Simon Stiltz, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and Fern an< Mrs. Ira Clark of West Brook Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener of Swea City and Fred Bailey of Marshall, Minn.,, and Rev. and Mrs George Wessel of Burt. Hosts o other friends and former neighbors of the Yagers from Whittemore Fairvllle, Seheca, Burt and Lottb Creek attended. ! ' . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pettit and children of Emmetsburg called al the C. F. C. Laage home Friday The Pettits are former Fenton residents. Mrs. John Gramenz was hostess to the Dorcas sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Guests included the Mesdames Ray Watson and Rollin Watson of West Bend and Mrs. Ray Tietz. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyd^r of Storm Lake called /en the Alfred Meyers family Tuesday evening 1 . The Snyders were attending the second annual conference of the W., S. C. S. at Algona, Wednesday. Hugo Denker of Lester stopped at the W. J. Weisbrod homa Friday morning enroute to Green Mountain, -where he visited his (laughter, Mrs. Harvey Thomas, and to Oakdale to visit Mrs. Denker. He returned home Sunday night. IDEflL GIFT YOUR man UNCLE sum (Mrs. Carl Seip of Irvington called on-Mrs. Earl Miller Tuesday afternoon. Mary Joyce Rich had the misfortune to sprain the ligaments in an ankle which was causing bar much pain recently. Mary Joyce attends Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and two daughters spent Sunday at a picnic ,in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaw's 35th wedding anniversary at Wesley.' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kollasch and children of Wesley were last Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and the Walkers were Wednesday evening guests at the Peter Muller home in Algona. Mrs. Robert Walker and daughter, Mary, accompanied her mother, Mrs. Joe Prlester to Wesley and visited Mrs. Walker's sister and family, Mr .and Mrs. Roy Kollasch and hung paper last Wednesday. (Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Marvin and Jacqueline and Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Robinson and daughter, Mildred, and grandson, Lance Stephens, were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson at Gilford. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich became the parents of a baby boy born on Thursday morning, April 30. This makes two girls and two.boys. The Riches moved on the home place Marohl with Walter's parents while George Francis Rich is in the army. There was a large crowd at the Ervin Frlderes funeral Friday morning. Those from Four Corners attending were Mr. and Mrs. ftobert Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom Mr. Frlderes was killed in a train and car accident near West Benc last Tuesday. fflhe Mothers' and Daughters Four Corners club met April 30 •with Mrs. John Rick, Mra. Wm. Drayton assisting. Twenty-seven members and three visitors Were present. The club will send a donation to the Children's Home at Council Bluffs for Mothers' Day. Elsla Lindemari gave 4 i terestlng paper on fofelgh , UU . M and iBeth Aftfus spoke on Bobkl i showing books Which we>e i& prlate for ojilldreh and a v#y tOM lunch was served by the hostesses. aie fXCLUS/Ve AGENTS jM^gf: PRODUCTS Lusby & Giossi We Sell War Savings Stamps BULOVA $ 24 75 *FEDERAL TAX INCLUDED Now, more than ever, you want your gift lo be something that will live for many years . . .',' In beauty and in usefulness. Such a gift Is a Bulova wrist watch! Narking time the nation over, for discerning men and women, Bufova has become an American tradition ... a world t wide symbol of beauty and dependability./ Lusby & Giossi Sure, every acre's raising more....Now what's upping the mileage from this oil? SENECA NEWS (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson spent Sunday at the Carl Hauge home at Leland, the occasion being a birthday anniversary, iPearl Sande has discontinued her work, at the Iowa State Bank in Algona and will spend several weeks "with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. O, Sande. Wayne Wilberg, a student at Waldorf college at Fprest City, spent las* Saturday and Sunday at .the home pf his parents, (he Martin IHDIVIDURL SERVICE RECORD BOOK "My Part in the S '-ma-^TS ^T-T-T*. ^ T w-5S5T=r r rT ™~ ***"* w ""*»'« ! ""» 1 9*'*«*«ie* *« **fflW*y? fi»«#$j tear gryej ypy extr« food value because it's enriched with the two B«vi^|njnf *na irqp which U. S. govenunsnt hfjJth wtho* jtieswywfajjneedeyejy&y, . Otto WUberg and Mrs. Mar* tin Wttber'g were ijl with the flu severs.) days last week. There have also been several esses of measles iv the community. , Mrs: J. H. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Jergenseh, who has spent the past few wee,ka visiting af the hcme of hfr daughter, expected to return to the Erdahl borne f*t Put Earth Sunday. Herman- S,tr«ecker accompanied by Louis Brasts of Whittemore atr tenfleg tt e ftwwtttf 9* a <& usta. V Bnjenaujsj? a| pwitpnnjfc; If Jnn;, IfMt W«J»$«day. home Thursday, Vitamin- fnriche'd I1EA1TH 100 PAGES It* Picltt j*__ Help him ksep » record of hi* part in hiUpry .*" Thi* ' Nnds«m» torft feook, will b» hi* cpmtmr , .-, 9 pbc* to rfeord htfVHt flow does prize wheat or corn at the county fair get that way? Sure, man-made soil improvers—modern synthetics—were added to improve on nature. ;,. another synthetic... invented to inhibit or restrain the dangerous "jelling" of oil under excess strain. Engine heat and pressure can even gum up oil into something like fly-paper coating—only dirtier, and not much better for mileage. Against this threat, Thialkene inhibitor was created for Conoco N'/» (U, S. Pat. 2,213,132),. And Conoco N#» out-mileaged the others in the Death Valley Test T from 74% all the way up to 161%, You can get real optimistic about your own mileage. Conoco NM , wO| comj? through for you, Change at Your Mileage Merchrot's Conoco station, Continental Oft Company; for vi * i ^fw / • AND MODERN SYNTHETICS in Conoco Ntf> motor oil make it yield mileage that outscored all other brands tested in the sensational Death Valley Certified Competition, Five big-name quality brands got every fair chance against Conoco Nto oil. All were run till engines failed and none came closer than 58% of the mileage ' .totaled by Conoco NM!.. f the bfl you can have for ' your needed Spring oil change that's now overdue.,, the oil whose best known man-made extra substance^ at no extra premium—gives your engine OH^-PLATING. OIL-?LATINP backs op the familiar tend type of oU film t ith a surfacinf of lubricant close-bonded to Inner engine parts. 5veiycyh>^rwap,fqr instance, becomes « V«U of onrFWrmq that doesn't all drain dry during all the time you use, C!onocji> Wh, jjven after aU-day ' parking, tlwo^pUriNu is stiU up to the topmost piston r^gj, ready to lubricate before any oil can circulate. That's* one plain way of foJing excess wear, and keeping up mileage wtth your eugine m

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