The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1942 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 12, 1942
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LEDYARDMUSH; CROUP B aififBLE FOR NAT'L CONTEST fet <f id* *? (' L t .Ledyard: TM mixed quartet of the high school was given, a superior rating at the state contest In Spencer. This niakes theiri eligible to parUcpate in the national muold contest. The Quartet la composed of four seniors:- Gilbert Beenken, tenor; Marjorie Gabel, contralto; Marjorie Mayer; soprano, and Leon McCoy, bass. x Doris Welfare^vislted a few days at the Knute Bonnlcksen home at Ringsted. i Mrs. Joe Welch and Mrs. Anderson of Swea City attended the W. 8. C. S. meeting at the Methodist church Thursday. Mrs. Edw. Halverson left Friday to spend the week end with her daughters at Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. lEJmore business visitors Tuesday were Mrs. Alfred Busch, Mrs. Orvllle Runksmeler and son, Mrs. Martha Gabel and Mrs. William Stubbe. The primary missionary group met Sunday night at the Methodist ,church with Mrs. N. F. Grote in charge. Those attending were John Knoner, Donald Lloyd, Barbara and Peggy Mayer, Beverly Baehara Ronald Schroeder,. Gerald Manthei and Wallace Mayne. The W. S. C. S. met Thursday at the church with Mesdames Carl Burrow and Glenn Burrow as the hostesses. Mrs. Glenn Burrow leac the devotions. Plans' were made to hold a white elephant and food sale on Saturday, May 16, In Brack's building. The next meeting will be May 21,wlth Mesdames Lars Skaar and Glenn Yahnke as hostesses. Mrs. H. M. Granner and Mrs. Edw Knoner will have the lesson with Mrs. Herzog the devotions. Wesley's Schedule in Baseball League Wesley: The baseball season will open on Sunday, May 17th. Wesley plays at Titonka that day. On Mav 24th Armstrong plays here May 31st Wesley plays at Lone ROOK, June 7 Bancroft plays here June 14, Wesley at Algbna, June 31, St. Joe here, June 28 Wesley at Lotts Creek, July 5 Titonka here, 'July 12 Wesley at Armstrong, July 19 Lone Rock here, July 26 Wesley nt ^Barrcroft, Aug. 2 Algona here, Aug. 9 Wesley at St. Joe, Aug 16 Lotts Creek here. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Hay 12,1942 News Items of Lakota Vicinity A daUghttf? was born to Mr. and Mrs, Ben Heyes last week. They have ohe other child, a boy. (A recent vlsitbr at Carl Gerzema's was Mrs. A. J.-Haughland of Stiver City. New Mexico. She la a cousin of Mr. Getzema. Sunday evening guests of the W. 63. Gutknechts were Mrs. John ftelchenberg of Moline, ill., and Mra. Delia Smith of Lakota. Mesdames loyal Gingrich arid Marvin Bauni were hostesses at four tables of bridge at the town hall last week Tuesday evening. (Beverly Fbx, who attends Iowa Hate Teachers' college at Cedar Falls, Is enjoying a mrfnths' vaua- .lon with her uncle and family, he Guy Beemers, before beginning he summer school session. A canning demonstration in charge of the new home dernonstra- lon agent, Alma Shultz, was put on it .the town hall last week Wednesday afternoon and about 60 women from Ledyard and Lincoln ownshlps attended. . Little Rodney Heetland, only Son f Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, ell while running 'across the rall- oad tracks last week Monday aft- rnoon and cut two gashes In his orehead. Dr. Williams dressed the •ound and he Is recovering. Keith Thaves, "who Is on a 16-day urlough from Camp Sheppard Field, Texas, visited relatives and friends here last Week. Keith la a son of the late F. Qua Thaves, and he clerked In the Thaves Sisters store here for some time. The Carl Gerzemas visited with Mrs. Gerzema's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. iFrerlchs near Buffalo Center last week Sunday. Mrs. Frer- Ichs recently returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital, and Is recovering from a major operation. A son, who has been named David William, was born early last week Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley at the Buffalo Center hospital. This is the first child for Mn and Mrs. Ley, Jr., and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs: W. E. Ley, Sr. The Rev. N. F. Grote, the Rev. E. G. Sauer of Lakota and the Rev. Edward Nuss of Ledyard attended the county ministerial meeting at Algona last week Monday. Dr. S. W. Meyer was the speaker using as his subject, "The Pastor in the Sick Room," which proved very interesting to the listeners. (Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained the Methodist women at their irtg the spring supper. The teach- era were special guests following the business meeting. Mrs. Harry Mussman "had charge of the devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Meyer and children, WHton/Wls., and Mrs. John Relchenbefg and daughter of Moline, ill., came for the silver wedding anniversary of Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BaUmann. Mrs. Meyer and two children remained for a two weeks' visit but the other returned home early last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Baumann were surprised by a large group of relatives and friends who'came to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary last week Sunday afternoon at their home northwest of town. The time was spent visiting and lunch was served, said lunch being brought by the guests. The honorees received many beautiful gifts. Mesdames Carl Gerzema and Andrew Janssen entertained the Presbyterian Aid society at the church Thursday 'afternoon. Mrs. Jerry ukena had charge of devotions. Mrs. I. E. Wortman read a poen "To Mothers." (Mrs. H. H. Murray read several quotations of famon. men to their mothers. Mrs. J. E. Smith read the Beatitudes to Mothers. Wayne and Wanda Heetland sang a duet and John Wortman played a plario solo. Lunch was served, MM WALTHER LEAGUE EECTS 1942 OFFICERS IFenton: The Walthef League met Thursday night in the church basement. Rev. R. W. Kabelitz led the topic study oft "Your Reading.' During the business meeting reports were given by the secretary, treasurer, chairman of Christian Service and the president. The league decided to purchase a service roll and the members to write to boys in the service. Officers were elected and are as follows president, Ervln Ruhnke; vice president, Frank Seeley; secretary, Lorraine Wlllrett; treasurer, Lorena i)reyer; chairman of Christian Knowledge, Lucille Jentz; chairman of Christian Service, Dorothy-Dreyer. The executive board consists of the officers and Harold Elmers, Merwin Jentz and Edwin Utof. Refreshments were served Carroll and Lorraine Willrett. SENIORS PRESENT CLASS PLAY AT GYM FRIDAY NIGHT "Janey's One-Track Mind" was presehted by the seniors on Friday evening at the gymnasium. Taking part were Betty Jean Schwartz as Janey; Betty Ann Meyers, Don Frew, LaVonne Newel, Barbara Frank, Helen Pertl, Herbert Krause, I Melvin Berkland, Phyljis Frank, Lyle Weisbrod, Marallce Boyken, SYLVIA JENSEN, HELEN PATTERSON, SENECA, ANNOUNCE RECENT MARRIAGE monthly business meeting last week Wednesday afternoon. It was decided to give money instead of serv- Mrs. James Tindall, Corwith, Submits to Major Operation Corwith: Mrs. James Tindall was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge'Wednesday and under- wont a major operation Thursday morning. The Tindall family moved to a farm west of Corwith this spring from Schuyfer, Nebr. Mrs. Tindall's mother, Mrs. Ernst, and two sisters, Mrs. Scholtz from Sohuyler and a sister from California, came Friday to see Mrs. Tin- dtill and to help care for the Tindall children, while their mother is at the hospital. RE-ELECT J. J. DOOLEY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY RECORDER WANKYOU! ;>rosday, ty hospital 'hl!d, a .daught 'urtesy, arid a the Office :axpayers er .y pass, jj / fr fore/ uilding ,. world ,» M YOU SERIOUS ABOUT SAVING? Buy WAWtf regular ga$ -Gal. :167c During the automobile endurance test in 1939, sponsored by the automobile manufacturers the car that stood up best and ran'the longest time used our gas 100 per cent. That is proof .we have quality gas ' ' • i ••*' at a saving to you, BEST grade kerosene per gallon, lOc. ... • i ' Gun Grease at no advanced prices. If 9 l • /%•• + ' Viking Oil Co. ; -' "^^ , Near Milwaukee Depot E. B. CARLSON, Manager Station attendant!; Ray Be«ch, Bud Weir CORWITH RESIDENTS TO TAKE EXTENSIVE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Woodbury left Thursday for a short visit with their sons, Maynard an Wendell, students at the Iowa Un vorsity at Iowa City: ; From tHer they will go to Washington, D. C to visit another son, Wallace. Jr who is a member of the U. Navy. Before returning horn's the will visit with relatives in Sout Dakota and Minnesota. Mr. Wood hury is the depot agent ut Cor w'th. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson wer Algona callers Monday. •Mj^ and .Mrs. Warren. Mclntyr i. Lee Williams were Maso le'rs Thursday. " , and Mrs.' Victor Applegat family were Sunday visitors Clem Hilyard home. Mr: and MM. E. J. Widei and Irs. Joseph Grandejennett 1 were Mason City callers Wednesday. Vivian, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clapsaddle has been very sick with a siege 01 chicken pox, Helen Jackson is also out of school with the same disease. Mrs. George Gaskill entertained the members of the U-Delt-Um bridge club at her home Wednesday evening at an "Australian" party. Mrs. William Erdman; Jr., was assisting hostess: ., (Mrs. Clifford Applegate and two daughters spent Sunday at the Ernest Applegate home. Clifford is in Chicago completing a correspondence course which he has been taking the past year. Mrs. Robert Masterson attended n county committee meeting of 4-H girls' clubs Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Budlong at Titonka. Plans were made for Rally day which Is set for the afternoon of June 2nd. Raymond Frey was brought home Wednesday afternoon from the Mercy hospital at Mason City, where he had 'ben receiving treatment for a few days. Mr, Frey had been ill for a couple of week with a "strep" throat infection. JENSEN-SCOTT Seneca: Announcement has just been received of the recent marriage of Sylvia, daughter of Mrs. Hans Jensen, to Benjamin Scott Burch of Columbia, South Carolina, where the wedding took place. Mrs. Burch, who has made^. her home with her sister, Mrs. Guy Griffith at Des Moines for several years, has been employed by the Bankers Life Co. She has returned to Des Moines •preparatory to leaving for her new home in South Carolina about May 15. Her mother, Mrs. Hans Jensen, has also spent the winter at the Griffith home. Her many Seneca friends extend their best wishes. PATTERSON-GILCHRI8T Announcement has been made of the marriage of Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patterson to Wm. Gilchrist, formerly of Fort Dodge, but who now is in training at : th9 Great Lakes Naval training station at Chicago. The wedding took place May 1 in Nebraska, while Mr. Gilchrist was -on furlough. The newlyweds spent several days this past week end at the Oscar Patterson home. »IRS. HENRY LOOFT GETS OFFICE IN W. M. F. Senecans attending the Woman's Mislsonary Federation of the Estherville circuit at Ruthven, Tuesday, May 5, were Rev. and Mrs. S. 1 O. Sande, Mrs. P. H. Jensen,-.Mrs Olaf Miokleson and son and Mrs Henry.Looft. Mrs. Anna Osborn of Fenton and Mesdames Jennie Jensen and George Jensen of Ringsted also represented the local ®thed WeisbWd, Vedolia Klatt Frances Halverson, Luella Mueller Hiarlan Holldorf and Irene Berke land. Between acts there was a solo by Berniee Prew with music by the band and Everett Vigdal. Directors were Mrs. Violet Moerman and Charlotte Dunn. (Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a dental convention. They returned home Thursday. iMrs. Henry Relmers and Mrs. Ralph Rletiel were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon In the church basement. Dr. J. A. Mueller went to Iowa Cit" Friday afternoon to attend a reunion of his class and the commencement exercises. He returned Sunday morning. Florence Weisbrod and Laage, Des Moines teachers, Shirley Frank and Anne Denker, A. I. B. student?, came Friday evening for a weekend Visit with home folks. Pvt. Harold Gramenz came home Wednesday morning for a visit with lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John .rramenz. He is stationed at Camp Bowie, Texas, and has a 10-day "urlough. The W. S. C S. met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. JevotiOns were led .by Mrs. J. B. Hansen and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber was program chairman. A .poem, 'My Mother," was read by Mrs. Walt Widdel. Others taking part in the program were Mesdames John Light, Melvin Mansager, Ray Stoeber, Derwood Edgier, ShHby Weisbrod and Wilfred Stoeber. A duet was sung by Mrs. Milton' Weisbrod and Ethel Weisbrod. Reports on the conference held at Algona recently were given. Hostesses were Mesdames Fred Brown, Ed Weisbrod. Lester Weisbrod, W. R. Wolfe, .Elmer Weisbrod and Geo Jorgenson. SEXTON NEWS and aid. Dr. Prues of Decorah Mrs. Storvlck of Mason City, the district president, were the principal speakers. During the business meeting, Mrs. Henry Looft was elected vice president, to succeed Mrs. O. N. Refsell of Estherville. Other officers are: president. Mrs. Olive Griffin of Milford;-/ secretary, Mrs A ErlCkson of Thompson and treasurer, Mrs. Basil Jacobson of Emmetsburg. Supt. and Mrs. Francis Slagle and Charles were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Oscar Patterson lome. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson of Igona were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Jens Halverson lome. Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt was hostess o the Woman's Auxiliary at her ome Wednesday afternoon. Plans -ere made for Poppy Day on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Branagan and Bernard Weaver were visitors at New Hampton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were visitors Wednesday at the Lloyd Steven home at Mapleton, Minn. Mrs. Perry Lowman, Mrs. Earl Angle and Mrs. Joe Krieps were Tuesday shoppers at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora received word of the birth of a great- granddaughter to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tarbox at Clark, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Flora and family of Laurens were end visitors at the John Floras. (Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Hawley of Mason City were Sunday guests at the John Pink home at Titonka. TITONKA MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS BANQUET MAY 7 Titonka: The Mothers and Daughters banquet at thte Methodist church was held Thursday evening, May 7. Mrs. Bishop of Algona wus the speaker, Mrs. George Bonacker acted as the General; Mrs. Wm. Schram, the Captain, and gave the welcome; Twyliah Hamstreat was the Private and spoke for the daughters. Tfwo selections were given by a girls' trio and duet by Mrs. Harold Gartner and Mrs. Kenneth Swan. At the close everybody sang "God Bless America." Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and \tr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer were Mason City visitors Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Meyrer and Wesley visited with the D. B. Moyer family Thursday evening. Marjorie Boyken is the new wait- ess at the Wilson- cafe. Gilford Weeks was called to a training amp. (Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats and lenneth visited Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop, Jr. and family Sunday fternoon. •Mr. and Mrs. B; H. Meyer and heir son, Wesley, were dinner guests f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalve near Wesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott moved recently from the Ed Callies house to the Lester Callies house vacated by Donald Callies. Mrs. Ray Miller, Mns. Harold Miller and Betty Ann and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children were Algona vllstors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huisman are the parents of a 'baby girl, their first child, born Saturday. Mrs. Huisman is the former Grace Smldt. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Beenken and Eugene Beenken drove to Steamboat Rock Sunday, where they were called by the death of their sister-in-law, Mrs. George Harms. Wtr. Beenken returned Sunday evening but Mrs. Beenken and Eugene •emained till Tuesday evening when they returned home. The funeral was Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer and ion, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwick attended the funeral of Mrs. George Harms at Steamboat Rock Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick 8. Meyer and Mr, Mrs John S. Rlppefttrop" a ed Mr. and MM. Bert G, Buffalo Center to Steamboat Mrs. Harms ia a niece of Mr, Mrs. B. H. Meyer. All Upper DM Moinea WAfit run a second tbtie free In ttw uraay Shopper. Wool Full Market Price Paid for Wool. Joe Greenberg THE FINEST THINCS IN LIFE Mo* lo Ih* most in Sioux You «• wtlcotM. HOTEL MARTIN SIOUX CITY Better Buy An OK USED CAR -at the right eilSS ,he right co^Mos. Four Corner, News ay, May 23. iMr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson at- ended funeral services for a long me family friend, T, Eekdal o 5tho, last Tuesday, services bein; t Humboldt. Albin Nelson was on f the pallbearers. v Mrs. Olaf Mickleson returned re ently from Iowa City, ,where she ;had taken her son, John, who I Mrs. Nick Meyers of Ringsted spent Thursday afternoon with hei mother, Mrs. Ida Niokerson in Al Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham and family of Wesley spent Wednesday with Ralphs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham. The Mothers and Daughters Four Corners, club will meet Thursday, May 14, at the Albert Walker home. Lucille Rich will assist. The program will consist of a song "The Old Oaken Bucket"; roll call, Memories of Mothers"; a paper, ."Origin of Mothers' Day" by Irene Holdren and poems by Edith Rich and Gladys Eisenbarth. / A surprise birthday party was icld at the Otto Harlans May 7 for Mrs. Harlan. Those attending were her mother, Jessie Mit chell, Mrs. Arie Ditmer and twi children, Mrs. Ed Larsen and he- daughter of Burt, Mrs. Earl Miller and Marvin and Jacqueline, Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Mildred Robinson, Mrs. Chet Robinson, Mrs. Chris Jensen, Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and two daughters, Mrs. John Sabin, Mrs. Everett Witham and daughter, Ellen and Mrs. Howard Witham. Mrs. Harlan received a number of nice useful gifts. A fine right now —and in CHEVROLET DEALER Come in.... See our wide selection of OK used cars in many makes and models. ... They're priced right—sold on convenient terms—and are conditioned to give sound, dependable, economical wartime transportation. Better buy one of these cars today! See Your Local CHEVROLET DEALER Today! lunch was brought and served by the guests We have a fine selection of NEW cars. Come in and see if you are eligible for one. Kossiith Motor Co. Phone 200 'Algona, Iowa 'Ihe fourth and fifth grades of \ ua % f Ken «« son . John, who 1, the Corwith school and the junior ^H**^?. with ^spastic paralysis, foj .department of the Methodist Sunday school enjoyed a picnic and supper at the Convith park Friday e^enlng, The picnic honored Jim-my Pentecost, who is soon leaving to live with his family in Algona. Examinations were held Thursday afternoon and evening for the five classes in home nursing. The exams were held in the high school auditorium. The last meeting will be held Monday evening in the high school assembly where Dr. P. E, ,Walley will give a demonstration, on "Artificial Respiration." •Mrs. Helen Mullins entertained the Martha circle of the' W. S. C. S, at her home Wednesday afternoon,,, n The Friendship circle was "~ 1 ~ J * ,J»e«l at the home of Mrs. f^aldwell with Mrs. Lee Wlll- , .assistant hostess. The WHl- ^Afprkera met with Mrs. Harry Am and with Mrs, Leonard Mmnna, assistant hostess. every month, Dr. J,f. Shallenberger, M. D. ^ x WbQ hM. Since 1907 treated Ohrnnln. W«mrm» on/4 Lu Verne J, J, Club Approve* Program Submitted for 1942 " LuVerne; A tentative program for Bfi*t «»r wa$ read Friday a^er, noon at the meeting of the J, J. dub at the home of Mrs, Carl Goetsch,, Mrs, Bernard Wolf,.chairman of the new program commit- toe, sufejnjjtte* $# program fpjp the club's approval. It is patriotic in nature an<j t}«i subject* to tee stud- observation. John was fitted with new braces for both limbs, but'oth erwise no change- In his condition was reported. About 45 home makers, 4-H girls and home economics girls attendee the canning demonstration at the Seneca school Friday afternoon Miss Alma Schuttz, home demonstration agent, had charge of the meeting assisted by Mrs. C. C. Inman of Bancroft. Informative leaflets on Home Canning and Freezing Fruits and Vegetables were distributed. Mrs. Qtto Wilberg entertained relatives Monday evening 'in honor of her daughter, Delores' eleventh birthday anniversary. Guests in' eluded Mr. and'Mrs. Reuben Larson and children of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Manno pejfersen and son of Haifa, Mr, and Mrs. John Andrea- spn and family of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Ljmge and family of Lotts Creek and Mildred and Henry WJJberg. Refreshments were enjoy edjate in the evening. Whittemore Man in Awte Accident Near Roche*ter, Minn, Whittemere; Wprd was received here that Gternet McDonnell. son of Mrs, Thomas ^|&p0ntie|j. was in* VOlved in an automobile accident last \mk Tuesday evening, He h*fl t«lw« hte mother to Rochester, Minn., to consult wit]} specialists Womach, Jstfwtaea. Kidney* was to he gon'i for a few days. He wfffjced iijurjfcto Ws tech ar-4 necl? a,!hfi£ c«ts »n4 wuisss, and WW confined to » iMMpitaJ at W4nf, MJ»«. TJje oW»4 9CC^ o| tbj cap recejve4 head in' America has a job to do .. .a job that calls for alert minds and sound bodies! Efficiency,., born of rest aqd wholesome relaxation, wages the' battle of production. 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