The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1942
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The Algona Upiwr Des Moines, Al£<ma t Iowa, June 2, MRS. ERDMAN TO HEAD WESLEY CD. A. THIS YEAR (Wesley: the C. D. of A. held Its regular meeting Wednesday night and also election of officers. MM. 'Clara firdman was reeleeted grand regent; Mrs. Leona Wlngert, vice (regent, replacing Mrs. Sarah Raney; lecturer, Mrs. Anastasla Richtsmoi- •er; historian, Rita Wingert; treasurer, _Mrs. Margaret Root; financial secretary, Mrs. Belle Studer; rmonltos, Hiss AlVlna Oppedahl, replacing Mrs. Edna Mae Walschmidt; sentinel, Mrs. Voila Loebig; organist, Mrs. Clara 3. Haverly; trustee, "MFs. Caroline Kldlnpeter and Mrs. Thekla Elseribadher. Hearts were played following the business meet- Ing. The next regular meeting will be Wednesday riight, June 10th. . Mrs. Harry Braley entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon 1 ." iDelores Sherman Is employed in the office of County Auditor Ktn- sey at Algona. Mike Lloyd and Dwlght Wagner returned home from Omaha Wednesday. They 'had gone there to get work. !Mr. and :Mrs. Hlldman and Mr. and Mrs.' J. !L. Studer spent the Decoration Day week end at Spirit 'take. I* In. Lease -was elected vice commander of the 8th district at the American Legion convention in Webster City recently. Mrs. CQeorgeXelch took her baby, Michael, to Maaon City Friday morning for medical attention. Rose Studer accompanied them. (Mr. and Mrs. John Hlldman, Mrs. Tillle Hildman and Rudolph visited Rev. George Wessling at Poca- hontns Sunday, May 17th. (Harry Mathahs, Dorothy and Dale of Riceville were Tuesday visitors Thursday. Mr. Mathahs took his, barber shop equipment. Jcanriine Studer, youngest daughter of jMr. and Mrs. Jack Studer, went to Algona Friday evening for a week's visit at the home of her IK FINEST THINGS IN LIFE ,nj4£UH^^^BS^e^e^—— $%$&« 1 •MOM ta *h« mott in Slow Oly.' You or* vrafeom*. HOTEL "PLAY BALL" I*. ». R, RECEIVES SEASON PASSES— (Washington, D. C.: The base ball season Is open, both in the American and National League. Last Friday President Roosevelt received hie season passes from Clark Griffith, representing the American League, and Ford Frtck, president of the National . League.. Mrs. Roosevelt was also presented with Season passes. Photo shows, left to right, President Roosevelt, Ford Frick and Clark Griffith, SIOUX CITY sister, Mrs. Julius Kelch and fam ily. Mrs. >Uke Kennedy of Pipeston Minn., visited at the home of he sister, Mrs. Jack Cruise recent! Mr. ahd Mrs. George Aldrlch wet Sunday dinner guests at the Crul home.' Ruth Mary Eisenbacher left o Tuesday for a 12-weeks' course _ Cedar Falls. 'She will teach th primary room in Woden next yea She taught rural schools the pa; several years. Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher had bee In Fort 'Dodge several days last wee for medical attention. She return ed home Tuseday afternoon wit Ed Hildman who had taken h son, Lawrence, to the hospital Mon day. The W. S. C. S. will meet Wed nesday, June 3rd, . with Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Wm. Eden, Mrs. Joh Weiland and Mrs. James Lloyd a hostesses. Mrs. P. C. Haynes wl lead devotions and Mrs. John Ames bury will have the lesson. 'Four more names have been add ed to the service roll In St. Jo soph's Catholic church. They ar Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, Tommy Sherman Carl Leonard and Ray Drumme all in the army. That makes 4 now in the armed forces from th parish. (Mrs. George Aldrich entertain ed her bridge club Thursday after noon. Mrs. R. C. Bau^r and Mrs Arlo Dawson won high score prizes Mrs. Tom McMahoir will entertai the club on Thursday, June llth This will conclude the parties fo the season. The American Legion Auxiliary ,will meet Monday evening, June 1 instead of June 1st because of th election. Mrs. A. J. Hildman wi serve. Auxiliary members mad wreaths in their hall Friday eve ning. They were placed on ex-ser vice men's graves Memorial da morning. , '.Mrs.. Frank Bleich and. infan daughter-returned home Friday aft ernoon from the Kossuth hospita in- Algona. ' The ybung Miss wa born Wednesday, May 20th.-iLittl Donn Mae was a visitor at the horn of her aunt and uncle, Mr. am Mrs. -Will Hauptly, during he mother's absence. fort Dodge 6th v Anniversary SALE Begins Friday, June 5th Prices IP* to W> BELOW CEILING Twp floors oj: choice wearing ap* pare! and shoes-—for "women and children—pn pale beginning June 5, L.. iL& lJ" iL JJ Kres FORMER LUVERNE GIRL MARRIES DONALD BOWMAN (LuVerne: Carmen Wermerson, a daughter of Mrs. Cecil Wermerson Fort Dodge, and Donald Bowman sotrof Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bowman were united in marriage on Monday May 18, at Grant City, Mo. They Were 'accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Bowman, parents of Donald. Both are graduates of the, LuVerne higl school in the class of 1940. Thi bride was born- here and lived her* until about 'two years ago when she moved to Algona with h'er par. ents, then later to Fort Dodge where she had employment at the Tobin packing plant. Donald has worked for his father on the farm until'recently when he began work ing for John Tiss as truck driver i&rs. W. E. Brown came Friday for a visit with her sister, Mrs U. S. Grant. Margaret Wolf, West Bend, visited last week with the Nicholas Wolfs. She is Mr. Wolfs sister. The Presbyterian Ladies' Association is meeting tomorrow at the country home of Mrs. Guy Trauger. Mrs. A. J. Eason and Mrs. P V. Janse of Algona visited friends here Wednesday afternoon. Both formerly lived here. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Hollls Wilson last Monday at an Algona hospital. Mrs. Wilson is the former Lois Frantz and this is their first child. iMrs. Chloe Jamieson enjoyed a visit last week from a daughter (Mrs. George Bosworth, Atlanta, Ga Mrs. Bosworth plans to visit in Iowa for a couple of months. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Brown am Daughter, .Patricia, came last weel Tuesday from Philadelphia for a visit with Mrs Brown's parents, Mr and (Mrs. D. D. Broadie and her sister, Mrs. Max Patterson. Mrs. Wyne Darnberger and her daughter, Sally and Mrs. Irene Wlson, Soux. Falls, came last Thursday for a week end visit with the John Ramus family. /Mrs. Ramus and Mrs. Dornberger are sisters. Mrs. Thomas Goetsch went to Chicago last Wednesday to visit her husband at the Great Lakes Naval trainino camp. Mrs. Goetsch had been living with her mother, Mrs .Walker, since her husband lias gone. iMrs. Hugh Shirk returned Friday after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Jones, Royal. The Shirks daughter, Sally, who had accom- pied her, remained there for a longer visit. (Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and Robert accompanied Mrs. Robert Master- sow, Corwith, to Eagle Grove on Thursday, where they visited the new baby at the Harold Evans home. Mrs. Evans is the former 2ora Masterson. She and the baby lad just returned home from the Webster City hospital. Robert Lee Lichty and Wm. Chapman left Wednesday from Ames after viaites with relatives hers. Robert Is 'In the navy and was to leave, Chicago Wednesday evening for LaFayette, Ind., for a period in a trade school for elctriclana. Willlam returned to his work at the Chrysler Intstute of Engineering in Dretoit. Chas. Patterson left Tuesday morning of last week for Harrison, Arkansas, where he^xpects to x be for a couple of weeks. iHe has spent the last three winters near Harrison. Lottie and Jennie Mason accompanied him as-far as Clarion where they w*nt to attend the funeral services for the year old daughter of their niece, Mrs. Thos. Severe. Curtis Will, the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will, living east of LuVerne, suffered a pain-? fuj Jnjury, a week ago Monday when he got his hand caught in the washing machine wringer. Mrs. Will was hanging out clothes when he five year old daughter ran- out to tell her of Curtis' plight, There vere no broken bones but the lad (a,4 a pretty sore hand and arm. 73 Children Enrolled n Ramsey Reformed Church Bible School LUCILE BALK, Of SEXTON, MARRIED TO DAKOTA MAN Sexton*: Miss.iLucile Balk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Balk, was united In marriage to Clarence Ort* haus of Florence, S. D., on Tuesday at 9:30 at the St. Benedict Catholic church. Rev. Father Steinmeyer of 'Florence, a cousin of tilt bride, officiated. Miss Balk was attired in a white satin floor length gown with a fln- ger-tip veil and carried a ibouque; of roses. She was attended by Miss Orthaus, sister of the groom, from Florence, S. D. The groom was attended by Richard Balk, brothr-r of the bride. Miss Balk has been living at the Rev. Steinmeyer home for the past few years. After the wedding ceremony a three-course wedding dinner was served at the Balk home. A Wedding dance was held at the Sexton hall. On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Orthaus left for a wedding trip through the Black Hills and other western points. They will live at Florence, S. D. (Melvin Dau from Mllltown, Wis. arrived Thursday evening to visit at the Clifford Reibhoff home. Mrs. Robert Travis, formerly Lois Miller, received word that her husband Is stationed in an army camp in Kentucky. * Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mlmbach, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer of Mallard left Friday for a week end visit at the Fried Borches home at Waterloo and the John Graham home at Cedar Rapids. Leo Kirschbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum, was one of the members of the graduating class of 1942 at St. Cecelia's Academy. He received 'his diploma on Sunday evening. Donald Neahring spent Wednesday at the H. Glave home at- Britt. (Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein are the parents of a daughter, born on Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. This is their second daughter. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders left Wednesday for a visit in Mason City. Mr. Sanders will receive medical treatment for a throat ailment whicfj has caused him a considerable amount of suffering the past few weeks. Miss Thecla Aman was honored at a farewell party in her home Thursday afternoon when 25 friends and relatives came to spend the afternoon with her. The afternoon was spent in Isiting. A lovely lunch was served by her friends. Miss Aman was presented a gift 'by Mfa. Joe Krieps. Miss Aman will soon leave for a position at Mason City. Wesley Lions Will Rebuild Band Stand And Clean Up Parks Wesley: Members ^bf the Lions club met Wednesday, May 7, at 12:10 at the Reno Cafe for their semimonthly luncheon with 16 members and two guests, Paul Frlberg and A. M. Lease, present. The meeting was called to order by President L. H. Kleinpeter and in the absence of Secretary Tom McMahon, J. -P. Studer acted as the secretary. .Mr. Studer gave a very interesting talk on Price Control, expaining the benefits derived therefrom. The club has also decided to remodel the band stand in the square between Kraus' store and the Exchange State Bank, and the members will get together for this work on the evening of June 2nd. E. H. Loebig, who is chairman of the 'band concert committee, reported that there would be ten concerts during the summer, the first to be Wednesday night, June 17, and Supt. Page will be the instructor and leader. The club also decided to clean up the park near the ppwer house and the one south of the public school. The next meeting of the club will be June 10th at Reno's Cafe. TUBE TRAIN WRECK—Jersey City, N. J.: General view of a New York bound Hudson and Manhattan tube train, which Jeft the rails last Sunday night as it was entering Exchange Place station. One car jumped completely off the track and is shown at the platform. As a result of the accident and the fire that followed, 263 persons were Injured. County Agent Brown Addressed Seneca Farm Bureau Tuesday Seneca: The Seneca farm bureau met at the Henry Looft, home on Tuesday evening, May 26. Mr.' and Mrs. Millen Jensen were the assistant host and hostess. The meeting was callel to order by the chairman, Fred Browrt. The evenings program opened with harmonica selections by Earl Crouch. Dettman Neilsen led a very interesting discussion on Labor Unions. Mrs. Charles Osbprn very ably presented a talk on chickens and their diseases. She particu- lary stressed rairge paralysis. County Agent, A. L. Brown talked on Farm Management and discussed Swine and Swine Losses due to various causes such as disease and parasites. He stressed -the Importance of raising pigs on clean ground. The June meeting will be held at the Charles Osborn home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Neilsen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, Marjorie and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cro.uch and sons, County Agent A. L. Brown and the assistant hosts Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen. Wesley Boy Loses ' Finger from Accident Of Last November Wesley: Lawrence Hildman, th yo.ungest son of Mr. and Mrs. E Hildman, submitted to the ampu tation of the little flnger of hi right hand at the Mercy hospita in Fort Dodge Tuesday mornin? The digit was injured last Novem ber while he was unloading lumbe and had not properly healed. 'Law rence came home Thursday morn ing with Father Linus Eisenbach er, who visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher, tha day. Wartime Spinning Wheel' The spinning wheel of Mrs..Albert Carson of Marquette, Iowa, has seen industrious service in four wars. Native of Germany, Mrs. Carson spun yarn and knitted for soldiers In the Franco-Prussian war, the Spanish-American war and the two world wars. Wesley Girls Join Up With Aircraft School in Kansas (Wesley: Mae and Julia Studei spent from Thursday evening unti Saturday evening at the home o: Lheir sister, Mrs. Leo Young am family at Garner. The AHf Stud- ers had a family picture taken. The girls left Sunday night for Wichita, Kansa's, where they will attenc Swallow Aircraft school. Miss Floi- ence Burke will also attend. ST. JOE NEWS -On Sunday, June 7th, Corpus Christ! Sunday, High Mass will be held at 9:30 with the procession following. Marcella Thill from Algorta spent the week end here visiting her grandmother, Mrs Mary Fuhrmann, and other relatives. Tfae vacation church school in the Ramsey Reformed, cburoh closed Friday after being in, session one week with, all day clas, es Instead of half days ana then wo weeks gf school as In former ears. This, was fco sa^ve tires and jasoline. There were 73 children this year. Those assist* OK Calvin §chnucker were Mrs. Jail* Utopefitfroo, MM Dorothy ning UivlpJk Qray, Mrs.. AU- Twper.-|fn. Jfwwh Sunderman and Mrs. Schnucker. 1**5 'WV^B wT**? (5 ff "^ f W, M "** • , in, oldest J«f OJvU W*r veteran JB Jowft, re? sidtog 19 Red Oak, says his appetite & good, he llto his "sweet, _.!_,-»» — j tt~ — - — _, — Tomorrow at S & L Co. Beige Saddles) Whit. Genuine Red Rybber fe|.sl The shoe* you csjn't Uv. withovt ,., , , 9t qttonithinp saw. l«f»J Hurry |al • ST. JOE NEWS Pvt. Erwln Bormann from Texas arrived here Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends. Sister Georgene of Alton arrived here Saturday to be at the bedside of her father, George Becker, who is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Will Thilges, Raphael and Martin, Mrs. Carl Ernst ar.-l Alvin Borte left Friday for a visit with Pvt. Carl Ernst at Jefferson Barracks, near Jefferson, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thilges are the parents of a son born at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Thilges and baby came home last week Thursday. The Thilges have two other children, both girls. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty of near Whittemore are the parents of twin boys born Wednesday, May 27th. Mrs. Huoerty, the former Malinda Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges. The Hu- bertys now have four boys and two girls. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. George Wagner attended the wedding dance of John Decker of Gufrte, Minn., Tuesday evening. They returned Wednesday evening and attended the Keepher-Capealus wedding dartce at Bancroft., Mrs. Mike Wiltgen and son. John and Eleanor Ostwald from Whlt« temore left Friday for a. visit with Pvt. Claren-ce Wiltgen, second platoon, Co. B., 31st Sig. Trng. Battalion, S. C. R. T. C., Camp Crow der, Mo. Anna Fraser, formerly Anna Wiltgen, from Des Moities accompanied them. They also visited at the Fred We»senbei-gs, a brother of the Wiltgens at Kansas City. They plan to return the first of the week. 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