The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 12, 1942
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, lowa,MAyl FORMER BURT BOY, KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT, BURIED jBurif Mrs. M. A. Dexter and her .daiighteM, Mrs. Clayton Johnson and -Mrs. Ranney Putz returned on •Thursday from CoyviHe, Kansns where they hftd gone to attend the funeral of Mrs. Dexter's son, Russell, who was killed In am automobile accldetit while on his way to doyvllle fom Taft, Texas, where 'he. had been working in the oil fields. Me wfts born Dec. 10, 1800, near • Burt, but had lived in Kansas and "Texas a number of years. He Is survived by his wife and two children, 'Oliver and Twllla, besides his mother, four sisters and two brothers. The Birthday circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. G. C. Glddings. 'Dr. and Mrs, B. K. Bahnson returned frpm Des Molnes where Dr. Bahnson attended an osteopathtc meeting. * fWMbert Baas; who is stationed at "Fort Snelling, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- "bert Baas. Lydla Meyer and Mrs. Andy Johnson of Algona were business visitors in Des. Molnes Wednesday and Thursday. The Rev. Miriam Hotchklss and Mrs. N. L. Hotchklss of Crystal Lake were dinner guests last week 'Tuesday at the C. B. Chlpman home- Lorena Carlson and Eunice Prlehe of Bancroft, spent last Tuesday night at the John Koestler home. • -:. Both girls are employed in Des "Molnes.- The Fidelia Sunday School class met with Mrs. Don Mitchell on 'Thursday afternoon to celebrate tho iWrthdays of Mrs, Mitchell, Mrs. W. B. Officer and Mrs. George Manus. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel went to Reinbeck Saturday to spend the week end and attend re-dedication services of the Methodist . church there of which the Rev. Wes- :sel was once pastor. ' Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus were Fort Dodge visitors last Tuesday. They went down to consult Dr. 'Chase about Mr. Angus' eye, which BE THE MIDWEST'S m ENTER THIS BIO CONTEST TODAY he Injured some weeks ago. The eye Is getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Des Moines Wedhesday to visit her brother, Nye Duckmanton, at the Veterans' hospital and also meet her nephew, Vernon Jacobs, .who was on furlough -from Camp Forrest, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Peter White, of Hrrlson, Ark., arrived Friday for n visit with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. •and Mrs. Will Rlngsdorf, and other relatives. Mr. White had been In a veterans' hospital in Chicago for a number of weeks. Mrs. J. G. Thaves and son, Keith, who Is here on a furlough from Sheppard Field, Texas, and daughter, Mrs. David Rodli, Albert Lea, Minn., and son, Robert, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Thaves sisters in Lakota. The W. W. Bbttchers went to Fort Dodge Friday night to meet Mrs. Harry Cheever of ArVIn, Calif., and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher of Buttonwillow, Calif., who came for a visit with their mother, Mrs. Tres- sle Rlngsdorf and other Burt relatives. BAPTIST CHURCH, SWEA CITY, ELECTS OFFICERS FOR 1942 ISwea City: The Baptist churc! held its annual meeting Monda night In the Guild hall. Same vcr fine reports were read, includin that of the treasurer, which show ed a balance of $65.00 an-d all bill paid. The budget for the comin year was increased and the pastor' salary was increased to $1400 an that of the janitor to $200. Officers were elected as follows trustee for three years, Leslie Han sen; deacons for three years, Floy( Treat, Martin Olson and Will Sand ers; deaconnesses for three years Mesdames Jennie McCrary. Joh J.ongberg, Frank ILooft, Bernar Peterson; deaconnesses for one yea Mesdames Wm. Sanders, Emll Lar son and E. E. Thompson; clerk Mrs. Ray Sperbeck; treasurer, Mrs Dettmar Thompson; missionarj treasurer, Mrs. Ervin Link; bene volen-ce treasurer Mrs. J. A. Erick son; pianist, Mrs. Walter G. Smith chorister, Miss Florence Alberts as Is tan t pianist, Jean Erickson morning ushers, S. P. Eckholm Wm. Barger, Bernard Peterson Dale Reed, Orville Miller and Al fred Anderson; evening ushers, Phil lip Looft, ,Marvln Sanders, Ray mond Sanders and Lowell Larson finance committee, S. P. Eckholm Frank Looft, Albert Johnson, Wm Barger, Maynard Jensen and Dett mar Thompson; music committee Florence'Alberts, Mrs. Walter G Smith, Sam Link and Mrs. Frank Looft; entertainment committee Mesdames Alfred Anderson, Emi Larson, Selmer Uhr, Miss Berniece Vaughn; flower Committee, Mes dames Fred Peterson, Ray Sper beck, Herman Kluger, L. G. Eck holm, Emil Larson, Selmer Uhr anc Bernard Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa drove to Waterloo Wednesday to spend sev eral days-visiting relatives. $£££ PRODUCTS Lusby & Giossi We Sell War Savings Stamps STOP in today, at the Swift Hatchery, for your baby chicks! These are chicks which have proved to many of your neighbors their big profit-making ability, iOQKat the healthier, stronger chicks down aiSwift'sHatchery! They're better because Swift experts select only 2-pimce or bigger eggs from finest stock, then incubate them under the most modern-scientific conditions. All chicks are from pnHorum {ested , parent stock. U$J£N to this, for a record 9? oyt of every lop pwjft's Chicks were alive andjwalthy at 8 weeks jn tests on 389 different flocks, ipvolving' 16§,000 chicks. No wonder go many raisenj gre buying Swift's Chicks! llff If$T DATA I'WffK WTJ (1941) WESLEY JUNIORS FEASTSEN10RSAT ALGONA CLUB •' Wesley: The junior-Senior banquet was held Wednesday evening at the Country Club at Algona. A color scheme of red, white and blue was carried out In dining room and table decorations, also in the menu. The hut cups were In the shape of Uncle Sam's hat and at each plate was a miniature silver candle holder In which was a red, a white and n blue candle. The menu consisted of Wings, Battle Front, Bursted Bombs, Clouds over Dover, Ammunition, Throe Cheers, Celling Zero and Black Out. The "Old Glory" program opencil by the Junior president, Gerald Studer, giving the Welcome entitled "Of Thee I Sing". "Loyal Forever' f was the response given by the /Senior president, Maxine Klrschbaum. "Dear Old Flag" was sung by the junior class. Thayer (Mullin gave the "Glorious Class History" which was written by Julia Ann Studer, Francis Richter and Thayer. "Let Freedom Ring" was the title of the toast glv- nn by Camel Llcktelg. The Class Will, "On the Old Camp Ground" was rendered by Verla Johnson and Donadelle Haynes. Francis Richter gave the toast "Reign of Democracy" and the class prophecy, "Yours Forever, America" was given by Maxlne • Klrschbaum and Delores Sherman. Senior officers are Maxlne Klrsch- baum, president; Verla Johnson, vice president, Donnabelle Haynes; secretary-treasurer, Rita Vitzthum, marshal; Delores Sherman, reporter. Their class motto is "Push- Pull or Get Out of the Way." The class colors are silver and blue and white carnation was chosen as the class flower. Other members of the graduating class are Louis Carman, Ze'pha Girard, Vernell Gouge, Lois Hilri- man, Edward Johnson, Jeanne Strieker, Mae Studer and Rita Vitzthum. Members of the eighth grude graduating class .of the public school are Jack Hanserf, Berniece Johnson, Arvin 'Larson, Burrell Leasr. Wilbur Monson, Avery Mnllin and Robert Stilbaugh. The exercises will be held Wednesday, May 20. LEGION AUXILIARY PREPARE FOR POPPY SALE The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular monthly meeting on Monday night, May 4th, with Mrs. J. A. Hauptman as hostess. Mrs. Joe Meurer, poppy chairman, appointed sales ladies for the sale of poppies on Saturday, May.23rd. Mrs. Leo Bleich. Americanism chairman, reported that sen arasinrfoMv? reported that she Is arranging" for a Decoration Day program to be given Saturday morning; May 30th at 10 o'clock in the auditooium. Mrs. George Aldrich, unit president, appointed Mrs. Joe Meurer, Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. Helen Johnson is a nominating, committee. A carpet rag and radio 'party will be held at the home of Mrs. George Aldrich Friday afternoon, May 15. The-next ijneetlng Monday night, June 1st."' There will be'el- ection of officers. Members of the unit will-meet at the Legion hall on Friday evening* May 29th to make wreaths for the cemeteries. SENIOR GLASS FLAY WEDNESDAY EVENING The senior class play will be given on Wednesday evening, May 13. It is entitled "Black Phantoms". The baccalaureate sermon will be Sunday night, May 17th and class night is Tuesday evening, May 19th and 'high school graduation Thursday evening, May 21gt. Floyd Bggert was -a patient in the General hospital in Algona 'last week. The Prlscilla Phoebe society held ti cleaning bee at the Congregational church Wednesday. O!af Punnemark and Lester Larson were in' Sioux City one day last week on business. Mrs. G, L. Olson returned home Sunday night, May 3rd from a five weeks' stay in Minneapolis. Dr, L. F. Adams attended the f uiferal of his sister, Mrs, -J. A. Jennings at Dallas Center, Monday, ' • The Delmar Pommerennlng and Herman Lyons families visited at :he parental 'Ed Hlldrrian home on Thursday night. Mr, and Mrs. Orlan Meluold of St. Cloud spent several days last week 'at the honie<, of his sister, Vtrs. Frank Kouba, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich visited at the, home of their daush- ;w, the Lawrence Rlckes. at Will- uins on Sunday, May 3. Mrs. Vee Mullin and Mrs. Julius •orenz attended a Navy Mothers neeting In 'Garner one night late- y, The meeting" was held in the legion hall. Bob : SHbaugh, son of Mr. and yirs, Jim Silbaugh spent several days recently with relatives at Lost Island. The Silbaugh family spent Sunday at the Island. Four'.hundred seventy»nin«i reg- sceied Tuesday, and Wednesday at hft high school for sugar ration :ard3, Supt. Page, Mrs. Pago and ho teachers. bad charge. Thirty ladles are enrolled In the lorr.e nursing class conduct^ by classes are cpnd«oted in Tom Mcahon's rooms Pfl main street. Roy WIng(?rt, B. N- The 'Clare tfijdman, son of Mr, and Wrs. George Hildman, who was ln- HStefl |nt9 the army several weeks ago, ws* receiving medical treatment in weeh, Mrs. John Youngwlrth and Mrs John Lickteig were hostesses t the Catholic Missionary society o: Tuesday afternoon of last week They meet again next Tuesday. Th C. D. of A. will hold Its regula meeting Wednesday '-evening. May iath. Philip Adrian of the Coast Guar> at,San Jose, Calif., home on a 10 day i fur!6ugh, spent several day at the home of his aunt and uncle Mr. and, Mrs. Lon Gouge. Ho is son of Mr. and Mrs. Fran-k Adrian of Corwith. He left for the wes Saturday morning. The Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G. L. Olson Mrs. Alfred Erdman had the lessor on "American Art." An election of officers was hold with Mrs. L L. Pfeffer being elected president Mrs. John Amesbury, VIOB president; Mrs. G. Olson, sepretary- trcasurer. The club will close the season's meetings with a picnic at the Roy Kleinpeter home on Thursday, May 21st. LUVERNE SCHOOL SOCIAL CALENDAR BUSY PAST WEEK ILuVerne:; Seveijal' social activities that are not on the schoo! calendar, but that are a real par! of the closing days of the school year, have been taking place the past week. On Tuesday evening the members of the faculty had' a dinner at the Humboldt Hotel and had a theater party following it On Wednesday the seniors had Skip Day. Although it was a rainy day 15 of the members and their sponsor, Walter Peterson, went to Decorah and visited places of interest in that part of the state They saw the Billy Bros, clocks visited Luther College and went through the ice cave. On Thursday ajfternoon the home economics girls in both the beginning and advanced classes put on a style show under the direction of their instructor, Marjorie Farmer. They had their mothers as guests. In their shi they first exhibited old styles, then the new in contrast. On Friday even-ing the freshmen and juniors had a wiener roast followed by a roller skating party at the local rink, which opened for the season last week. Other classes are having picnic also. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bierma, of West Des Moines, were guests last week at the Guy and Harold Traug- ers. Hostesses to the W. S. C. S. circles Wednesday are Mrs. H. C. Allen, circle 1; Mrs. Luther Nygaard, circle 2, and Mrs. Ralph Davidson, circle 3. The May meetiing of the Lu< Verne cemetery association will be held Thursday with Mrs. Archla Sanford, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Marie Stoddard, Mrs. J. S. Shultz and Mrs. Helene Stripling, hostesses. ; 1 Merlin Baker returned home last week from Tennessee, where he had been trying out for spring baseball practice. He .received a leg injury when he was .at Albany, Ga., and injured it again last week, po he came home for the season. Mr. an-d Mrs. 'W. C. Grelman, Blue Earth, Minn., visited in Lu- Verne flast week Monday. They reported that their son, Russell, a former editor of the LuVerne News, is reporter for the camp paper at Camp Barkley, Texas, where his address is Battery A, 345th Field' Artillery. The Evangelical Woman's Missionary society met with Mrs Henry Miller, Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. John Miller assistant hostesa. Miss Anna Woito was leader .of the devotions and Florence Hof was lesson leader, reviewing sevtral chapters of the book, "Author of Liberty." SWIFT'S HATCHERY Pes Molnes -hospital last ' an4 Mrs. Lfiel T. Root were esday, evening supper gwests at her parental George Sheridan ' Clear Lake recently. The W«« the bjrtbijay of Sheridan. • Roy |£lelnp*ter, Tom JpJ»n Hutchison apd Aljre4 EWman. attended a. Lions zone meeting at Forest Pity Monday evening of last week, cfther towns represented jjsr<?r$ T^wks, Qwwr wi Thosani DOAN WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD FAMILY-PICNIC Doan: The Doan Woman's club •met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harvey Johnson, St. Benedict, with 12 members present. The lesson, "Brazil, the World's CoHee Cup," was given by Mrs, A. J. Mar- tlnek. It was decided to not have a guest day and have instead a picnic for the families of the members. Mrs. Erickson .of St. Benedict was a guest. The hostess' surprise was a contest in creating hats with materials furnished, and modeling false teeth from orange peels, the creators having to wear them while creating a poem. fThe Dean Andrews family were Wednesday evening :vlsitors at the Dale Struthers home. C. D. Of A. ELECTS YEAR'S OFFICERS ATWHTTTEMORE Whittemore: The Catholic Daughters of America held its regular meeting Tuesday evening of last week at the Academy hall. The election of officers took place at this meeting. Mrs. R. J. Vaughn was elected grand regent; Mrs. Loretta Montag, vice grand regent; Mrs. Hilda Miller, prophetess; Mrs. Ma- He Elbert, lecturer; Mrs. Isabnlle L^ebach, financial secretary; Mrs. Geneva Elbert, historian; Mrs. Ella Ko'llasch, monitor; Mrs. Helen Mikes, organist; Mrs. Anna Bush- erfeld, sentinel, Mrs. Catherine Kollasch and Mrs. Mary Montag were elected trustees; Mrs. Peter Fuchsen, Josie Foley, Mrs. Hilda Miller and Mrs. Kate Kollasch nnd Mrs. James Bisenius were hostesses. A lunch was served following the social hour. Mr. und Mrs. Herman Voigt were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs. WiiHiam B. Hl.zg!ns lieft Friday for Fort Benning, Georgia, where she joined her husband, Lt. William Hlggins. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family of Letts Creek visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Meyer, Friday evening. Corporal Charles Ko-llasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollassch, is home on a 10-day furlough, Charles Is stationed at Elsies Field, Alexandria, La. Mrs. Nell Farrell and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien of here attended the funeral of Hugh McMahon of Good Hope, held at Algona, last week M'.'in'ay morning. •In a deal made Friday Leo Swanson purchased a combination hearse and ambullance from a firm at Freeport, 111. He has now one of the latest combinations in the northwest part of the stale. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles had as visitors at their home Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., and son, Alvin, and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer. Jr., find their son, William Elmo. Eugene Kollasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, is spending a few days furlough with his parents and other relatives. Eugene Is stationed at Camp Bowie, Brownwood, Texas, and was promoted ot corporal. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henry Lauck filled their lunch baskets and took other refreshments and ojme to town and helped Archie .Voight celebrate his birthday Wednesday afternoon. Those who were at the Voght home in the evening .were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pertl. Mr. and Mfs, Chris Meyer and son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight and family, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bierstedt. The evening was spent at cards which was followed by a lunch before the guests departed for home. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding entertained relatives Sunday in their home Itt honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. Private Clarence Wiltgen of Fort Des Moines spent five days here last week vLsltjng relatives and friends and attending to business affairs. Among the boys from 'here recently inducted into the army were Wilbur Metzen, Albert Thilges, Carl Ernst, Clarence Friders, Clarence "Smithy" Smith. Private Math Friders arrived at Spencer Friday morning from California to attend the funeral of his brother, Erwin Friders and visit with relatives. He plans to leave this week Saturday for camp. Relatives from here attended the funeral services Saturday afternoon for 'Elaine Ella, infdnt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert of Whittemore. The baby was born Thursday, April 30th, and passed away Friday evening, May 2nd. Mrs. Elbert is the former Olga Gales, daughter of Mr. an-d Mrs. Chris Gales. This was their first child. Relatives and friends gathered at the John B. Reding home Thursday evening and from there proceeded to the Sebastian Kramer home to Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Kramer on their 30th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at dancing and socially at the Irvlngton hall with the Von Bank orchestra furnishing the music. Lunch was served at a late hour which was bfrougnt the guesta, A good time WH " fcy Ail. j,..-_-..-. ft.. —-n, A series of characters were found on an egg laid by & hen OH tM Howard Fent&n farm near Albiai. The charctefs i-esembled "L W W 6." Up to the present time, no) one has deciphered the Code. Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge UNION TOWNSHIP OVER THE TOP IN NAVY RELIEF Union; The complete amount: of the Navy Relief drive for Union township totals $90.10. The committee turned the proceeds In last Friday. „ Those who took part were Bob Harvey, chairman, Jena Sorensen, Jas. Shtpler, John I*.mg. Will Dodds, John SaWn, Kenneth Strayer. The bond drive is now under way. WO. 4 C108B WITH The r«r«rf school day committee met at the sphool house i» District No, 4 l«st Wednesday afternoon at 3:?0 B, H», Those attending were MM. Evelyn Johnson, Mrs. Melvin ReJfcea, Mrs, #. B, Turner, Mr«, Robert feeiwon and Mrs. **uis B*de. {Hans were made for (be cWSjn*; <J*y of school (May $todto be held *I$ * program at the Qood. Jfrpft community room. of the terian cfajjrcb. will give the eighth £rade gfad,ija$lon address.. i Swea City-Teachers Issue 1250 Sugar Ration Cards Monday y Swea City: Fourteen teachers assisted by 14 student typists, registered 1027 applications for war ra- .loning cards at the school auditorium Monday. Only one desk was set up Tuesday with 92 applications accepted. At this writing, Friday a. m. the number registering had not been definitely determined but 3upt. Schuler estimated it would over 1250. Virgil Peterson, who has been employed at the Citizens Service station the past year left'last week o work in a large garage in Minneapolis. Chester Farington, Donald Halsman, Norman Boever, Herbert Schmltt, Sylvester Goraczkow-ski, Amos Uhr, Clifton Debates were .mong the 66 who' were Inducted nto the army Wednesday. /The T. F. Johnsons and daugh- er, Mrs. Walter Schmidt drove to Camp Leonard Wood, Mo., last week where Mr. Schmidt is in the ser- ice. They will also visit the Buell Pearson farhlly at St. Louis. Virgil Trent of Texas, well and favorably known here several years ago, visited at the Gep. Pearsons last week. His first wife was Hazel Gross, a sister of Mrs. Pearson. At the time Mr. Trent lived here, he was employed in a garage. your young, born to a family of red squirrels residing on 'North Eleventh street, Marion, are allover white in color, according to W. R. French, a neighbor, who came forward to top a story told by other townsmen of seeing white- tailed squirrels in the neighborhood. IMPORTANT! In many instances, S & L's prices are lower than government ceiling prices. You save as always at S & L Sew and Save/ SUMMER FREWS 1O - 29 KtCAlS SHEBK At 19c: Fin* quality percales In strip** and' florals. At 29c: Dainty, sweet-figured siiMre for •very summer need. "Darby!" 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