The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 26, 1942
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fhe 31 STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL IN ST. JOE SCHOOL toe honor roll in St. Joseph's school reached the number of 31 for the past semester, as follows: . jrlrst grade, Shirley Wagner; second grade, Donna, May Bormann, Mary Cunningham, Rosanne Gales, DelorecWohlhaas; third grade, Herbert Hammer, Luella Bormann, Darlene^Reding; fourth grade, Darlene K6hlhaas, William Devlne, Robert"lA'ltman, Eunice Bormann; fifth gtfade; Rosemary Berte. Donna Schifttt; sixth grade, Marguerite Bormann, 'Rosman Gales, Mary Jane drlger; seventh grade, Mar- jorle lug, Martlla Klein; eighth grade, '^Helen Bormann, Marjorle Cunningham, Stella Mae Reding, Cecelia Schmlt; ninth grade, Mar- jorle GaJes, Darwin Hammer, Martha ThUges; tenth grade, Raymond Klein, Margaret Kramer; eleventh grade, l&tidred Bormann,.Delmar Reding} twelfth grade, Mary Klein. Mr. and'Mrs..Ben Tlhflges spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. . < . Mass for the summer months at St. Joseph's church will be at 7:30 a.nd 9J30 o'clock. ' Anita Stattleman Is employed ftt the Altman Brothers home. She started work last week. - > Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet of Bancroft were Friday evening visitors here with relatives and friends. Madeline Bueb of Storm Lake was a week end guest at the M. T. Me^ Gulre home. Miss Bueb formerly •vfaa employed at the McGulrfs home. Father Frank Illg of Mallard visited here Friday and assisted with the graduation exercises Friday evening In St. Joseph's church at eight o'clock. • Mrs. A. E. OADell of Bancroft, a sister of William Hammer of here, passed away at her home Friday, May 22. She would have been 45 years on' Monday, May 25th. Mike Von Bank of West Bend, but well known here, has been seriously sick at his home the past several weeks. Mrs. Joe Stattle- man of here is a sister 'of Mr. Von Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zeller and son, George, from Watertown, S. a* «/iL »m n^r—L we/, M. ju jn. ; FOft SMAftlWESSf fOK COO I NESS/ $3.50 and $4.50 v . - •. ' / /• SHOWER OF PERFS for feet that seek outright flattery.; ...that airy feel! Here with Nail head... Whipstitch/ and other new trims! INCOMPARABLE VALUESI : Mrs. lit A. Tattle spehi Friday with Mrs. Alvin Weber who lives near LuVerne. MM. L. E. Llndholm is entertaining: her seWIng club at her home this afternoon- (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Atnfahr went to Mason City Saturday evening to attend-a Fuller Brush meeting. / Mrs, VV. J. Sigabee, Fort Bodge, and Mrs. Fred Fleming-, HumboMt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klattip. Mrs. Hattic Ferryman of Atlantic \a visiting her daughter, MM, A. 13. Michel. Mrs. Ferryman, arrived a week ago Sunday. Ruby Turner spent the week enit In Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Turner. Ruby has been attending Iowa State College. % Mtss Lillian Oranzow arrived on Friday for the summer with her mother, Mrs. J.'F. Granaow. Miss Granzow Is a teacher at Denntson. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Rlggs of Boone and Rev. arid Mrs. V. V. Schuldt of Sioux City are guests today (Tuesday) in the J. C. Buthman home. Mr. and Mrs. W L. Jensen will have as their guests over the Memorial Day week end, the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler, her sister, Miss Sarah Fowler and Glair Levien all of Sioux City. D., left Saturday morning after a week's Visit here with, their daughter and sister, Mrs. Nick TMlges and family and many 'o^Her relatives. On their return home they visited With a son and brother, at Waverly, Minn. Lucille Gales and Roslna Thll- ges left Wednesday for Chicago arici Techny, 111., where they will visit with Peggy Gales and Sister de Chantel. Sister de Chantel will • better remembered as Engratla . Gales. Mary Muller of Whltte- i more is attending to the household duties at the James and Casper Thilges horrie. The Doan W. S..C. S. will meet at the home, of (Mrs. Petra Larsen ,on June 4th 'for their June meeting. NOTICE Fluorescent fixtures will be frozen May 30. If you have plans to enjoy fluorescent light act now. We still have some ',-•.'' .: small-.electrical appliances available with<out priority numbers. PRATT ELEC, Phone 170' PRINTED SEERSUCKERSI IUTCHER LINENSI Jack Strcit spent the Week «n* In the Anton Streit home. He is n student at the State University and will attend during the summer. MM. T-afe Larson and son, Gary Lynn of Bode were callers In the R. B. Waller home Thursday. Mrs, Larson is the former Marjorie Phil- rips.. MM. A.. E. Michel has received word, from he^ son, Maurice, Who ',i located somewhere-in northern Ireland, that he has been promoted to the rank of corporal. Eu»cne Van Alstyne appeared In a play in the variety show of the year featured during commencement season at Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, S. D. Mr. andJMrs. J»hn Haggard and Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk spent Sunday at Dennison where they attended a state board meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Pvt. Michael 3. Wagner has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Nick Wagner, that he has been transferred, from Ft. Warren in Wyoming to Camp Cooke in California. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Cronan spoilt the week end at Toledo, Iowa, with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronan. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleicli of Burt. Kenneth Harris will go to Sioux City Friday to bring his sister, Inez Harris, to Algona for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris. Inez attends Morningside College. Michael Matern, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Matern,'.lias- beert" promoted to 'pirivate"llrst class. Ho entered the army In November and is at present In the armored division in Fort Bennlng. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Guderian and daughters, Carole and Owen- of Minneapolis will arrive Friday -for the Memorial Day week ehd with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Henry and Mllo are brothers. Dorothea Bjustrom is expected this evening (Tuesday) for a week with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom. She will then resume her studies at Dakota Wesleyan University for the summer session. Margaret Durant went to Des Molnes, Saturday to attend a series of meetings on poetry. Monday she attended a luncheon and radio broadcast of the Chaparral Poets of which Miss Durant is state regent. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bidenour and baby daughter, Janice, left Friday for Washta where they will spend several weeks with Clyde's parents, Mr. and- Mrs. E. E. Ridenour who have just moved to their new farm home there. ' Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and her daughter, Janice left Friday for Colorado Springs, Colorado, where they will join Mr. Bartholomew who is working on an army camp construction. Mrs. Bartholomew drove their car to Colorado. Milton Coonan, Des Moines, spent Friday with >Mr: and Mrs. Matt Strelt. Mr. Coonan and Mrs. Streit are brother and sister. He is a road equipment employee and he went from, here to : Ejjunetsburg .to visit his mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan. '"' "' ' ",. .'. . Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt were called to Grafton, Iowa, 'on Sunday by the death of their brother-in-law, Herman Walk. He had been in ill health for some time. Funeral services-were to be held tb- : day (Tuesday). Mr. Walk was the husband of Mrs. Borchardt's sister. Kay 1/orenz left Saturday f;or her home in Lincoln, Iowa. She is a teacher at third ward school. Helen Austin, high school physical education teacher, will spend the summer with her parents at Dubuquo. Grace Miller, commercial 'teacher, has gone to her home in Des Moines for the summer. Mrs. Ted Larson 'left Saturday for Chicago where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Carl ..Fis'cher, and make the acquaintance of her. grandson, Carlton Richard. She will return next Thursday but she plans to go to LaPorte, Indiana, the Fischers' home, for a longer vAit when her daughter and grandson come home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sarchett and two children, Myron and Judith, are spending this week in Algona with the former's sister, Mrs. M. G. Bourne and other relatives and at Titonka with Mrs. Sarchett's parents. Woodrow teaches music in the-Sanborn schools and will continue his wpr,k during the .summer months. "Mrs. Sarchett is the former Viola Rike. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Platt and two children, George and Barbara, left Monday for a two or three weeks' visit In Wyoming. This is Howard's regular business territory. They will visit Howard's siste^, Mrs_Stanley 'Walters, on a ranch near Hyattville, Wyo, Mrs. Waiters will be remembered as Helen Platt. They will also do seme fishing with with a Dr, Rogers at Lander, Wyoming. ' Mrs, I. 8. -Rlggft of) Hpghfcnd, Park, HI., visited last week with her twin sister, Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, They had -attended, together with the letter's; daughter, Ardls, the twentieth Vplsha celebration at Iowa State College the previous Week end. The class to which Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Kresensky belonged originated Veisha and there was a class reunion with many special events which they attended-- Ardis visited Jane Graff of Ames. Mrs* Qleelan Pitcher, Charles Middiekauf and A. L. Long went to New Hampton, Saturday to visit Mrs. Rutb, Japkson. Mrs. Pitcher, the former Pprta Long, then planned tP go to BurJingtpn to join her husband and A. I* Long planned to go t« £edar Rapids to visit his son, Japk. Jack will continue his course at Coe during th? summer, enabling him to graduate some time next winter and enter the army. He is active la the R, O. T, 0. at Cqe, Mr, *o4 M Jri »op AK »¥riwd tost Wednesday tot several days w»th "" s. Alt's parents, ^ Mr. and Mrs, ^flfeff*' Mrs. Alt is the Mr. and Mm. Lou Bike or A*nolA» Park' ytete Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gratwww. ,; Mr. ^n<t Mrs. Bfirnard Yeoman and four children, Webster City, spent Sunday In the parental G. C. Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woodmnnsee will leave Friday for Des Moines, where Mr. Woodmansee will attend a meeting of the Sargent Feed Co. They wfll remain in Des Moines for Memorial Day and the week end when they will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Oiunore are leaving today (Tuesday) for Booneville, Missouri, to attend the commencement exercises of the Kemper .Military School when their son, .Cadet E. J. Gilmore, will be graduated. He has an appointment to West Point. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spencer of Whittier, California, have named their new son, James Overton. H'> was born May 1. He is the grandson of Mrs. Emily Spencer of Algona. * The Spencer have one other child, a girl, Margaret Ann, who is two years old. Phyllis Thonrpfjnn, daughter of Mr. an-d Mrs. Dale Thompson of Osage, returned home Friday after completing her freshman year in the local high school. She has been staying with Donna Dooley, her former teacher. The Thompsons are formerly of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. John Guderian, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Leand Thaves, Spencer, are expected Saturday for the week end with Mr. e.nd Mrs. Henry Guderian. They vill all go to Lakota and to Forest City for family get-togethers. They vill be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves of Forest City. Miss Bertha Johnson, who has jeen visiting her sister, Mrs. Mark Brown in Cedar 'Rapids for a We'ek and be-rhuaband are on the .staff #jUw WIW r* *o station a| will enter Alt pJl%8« I? continue at Cedar or so came home last night. Mr*. Alfred Norman, who has spent the past ; Winter with heir daughter^ Mrs. James White, returned to Al- g'ona with Miss Johnson, and will make her home here for the pres* ent. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock came up from Sioux City for a week end visit with the former's father, Bert Stock, who has been a patient at the Kbssuth • Hospital for some weeks. The elder Mr. Stock shows some improvement and will prob- ably'join his son in Sioux City as soon as he is able. Kenneth expects to return to Algona Friday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. McCall have been enjoying a visit from Mrs. McCall's brother, Louise Eichen- rodt, of Del Nbrte, Colorado. Mr. Eichenrodt's father, no.w dead, was a well known Algona man- in the nineties, running a cigar manufacturing plant. The son follows the IOWA Tue8.-Wed., May 26-27 Extended Run Bud Abbott and Lou Costcllo in "RIO RITA" Thurs.-FrL, Sat, May 28r29-30 Leo CarlUo j Andy Define in "UNSEEN ENEMY" Second Feature Henry Fonda Barbara Stanwyck in "YOU BELONG TO ME" Plus Dick Tracy Serial same line of business. The Colorado man also paid a visit to another sis* ter, Mrs. Frank Schroeder at Lakota. • Cadet E, J. Oltmore was host recently when the .cadets of Kern- per Military School at Booneville, Missouri, who were,sons of Rotar- iana entertained* the iariana. It has been the eastfl the Booneville RotaHartfi to tain students who were W their members in other plad£|. Tnl».' year the cadets turned the tablet and invite'd the Rotarlsms to ner. VOTE FOR Paul P. Zerfass KOSSUTH OOUNTY Democratic Caiididate for Nomination as : ' STATE TREASURER the Primary, Monday, June 1st A .resident of ICossuth. County for 30 years, farm operator and for many years with Federal Land Bank of Omaha. Served as secretary of the local fair board for a number of years and is now a member of the Iowa State Fair Board.. Well qualified in every way to serve as State Treasurer. This space paid for by Kossuffli County Friends of Paul P. Zerfaaa * ' ' " ' ' ' • .'.;,..,,. Tip A Smart Hat This Summer* Straws! All Styles Shown .00 Others $1.50 to $5.00 Smooth lookirfg leghorn straw in natural color—and natural color smart. Patterned puggees. The perennial favorite, good looking cocbanut straw comes in, with changeable puggees. Sennit straw "skimmer" with monotone striped band for that distinguished look. BY THE FINEST STRAW STYLISTS IN THE LAND— LEU-CL AIR, HOPKINS AND LEE We've a large, smart collection of straw hats, all crowns and brims correctly proportioned to different face-shapes. Enjoy their suave look and cool comfort all sunjmer long. Pick yourself a fiat wardrobe from V ^ ' 4 this versatile selection , ., we've all head £ •''j'. ' ' V • -T^ 5: _^W

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