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The Algona Upper D6s Moineg, Algona t Iowa, Jtiit^ 2,1942 <%* 4< BANQUET FOR ST. CECELIA'S MALE CHOIRS wo Soya and Young MStt Enjoy Program in Afcudeimy Gym Friday Evening Spofl'sored by Mlsa Josle McEvoy, fdfgatUst for St. Cecelia's church here, A 8 130, dinner was served to 62 boys and young men in the Academy gym Friday evening, the junior and senior men's choirs of the - church 'being the guests of Miss McEvoy. Following the dnner a •very Enjoyable program was presented by members of the organiza- '" lions As follows: .-*'•;;' Program ToaStmaater, Michael Stoffel. invocation, Rev. Father Malllng- . er. :y : ;- • • "AvW -Maria", boys' choir. "A/Survey of the Year," Rev. Father;, Sweeney. '"La*8le O* Mine," vocal, ; . . •Reaalhg;, "My Little Black Dog," . Ifish Rose," vocal, GoprgW Krleps. Re^illHgr, "A War of Our Own," Billy ;<F.ltzpatrick. •"Snllll'n' Through", vocal, Eugene y . •Reafllng "The Dollar and the Cent,";BlHy Klnaey. "Little Gray Home in the West," vocal,, Jimmy Parka. : "Pa'nis Angellcus" (Cesar Franck) Dwaln Kollasch. Address, Rev. Father Mallinger. "Star Spangled Banner," both choruses. iFollowlng the program Miss McEvoy was presented with a gift by 'the choirs In appreciation of her splendid cooperation Ire carrying on •the musical work of the members. CO-EDS COPY GRANDMOTHER'S EcoNojvtv—eearcy, Art.: Co-eds in the department of Home Eoonomics at Harding College, here, learn to face the privations of total war, entrenched with weapons of economy used 'by the grandmothers of their grandmothers. Harding la a four-year college where 65 per cent of the student pay all or part of their expenses by working. IOUSE MAY BE NEXT! Like •' dangerous air raiders ... Rain, Snow, Wind and Sun . . . bombard your house year after year. Soon your rooi will no longer be capable, of withstanding this bombardment and -leaks will start rapid disintegration. Call in a Certified Barrett Shingle Applicator for a FREE Inspection. Our report may .save you unnecessary expense later. Botsford Lumber Co. U. S. S.XANCHLEir SUNK—The, plane tender, U. S. S. Langley sunk by Jap aerial bombardment off northern Australia'. This is an official U.S. Navy •photo. - REBUILT GOLF BALL PERFORMS—Augusta, Ga.: A scene from the recent Masters Open tournament, with Gene Sarazen, L. B. Icely, president of a sporting goods company now In quantity production-on rebuilt balls and Sammy Snead checking the compartive distances obtained With the present new ,ball and the rebuilt ball. The latter had a lag of less than a club length in the test. It has plenty of "run" and performs well against the wind. . , The Vioice Members Eighteen of the- older boys are members 'of the senior, choir as follows: .Academy—Dwain Kolasch, James Mahoney, Dwaln German, Lawrence Weir, -Louis McEnroe, Ataynard Dunn, Maurice Elschen, Dean Kbhlhaas, James DeZellar, Dwain Reynolds, James Dailey. Out- of-school members—Michael' Stoffel, Kenny OHargreaves, Bob Ste britz, -Ray Besch, James McEnroe, Arnold Elbert and Bill Giossi. Buy War Stamps Mid Bonds at our Theatres on sale for the duration Tuesday and Wednesday, June 2-3 Hedda Hopper No. 3 and Pacific Frontier Thursday and Friday, June' 4-5 PAULETTEGODDARD RAY MILLAND ' With ROLAND YOUNG ALBERT DEKKER Plus New March of Time "INDIA AT WAR" ' of Indla's'war effort and the will of her people. See how Japaii^has coveted the. rich prize of India for years, Saturday, June : Saturday Big Three Way Double Feature ' •>•:,•• ' . -,> i ' -NO. 2—"' ' • n TM^i^sstjrhey give gals heart ?throbs! MM H EHfl iftB THI FLEE loan DAVIS • Jinx FALKENBURG Joan WOODBURY BRENDA •<">> COBINA ' '•• ) fw Tim* Day*. Wa discontinue • The Junior Choir Members of the junior choir are eighth grade—George Krleps, Robert Holtzbauer, Wayne Goodman, Donald Bode; 7th grade, Harold Bode; 6th grade, Georgle Weir, Jas. Parks, Robert Davis, Eugene Henry; 5th grade, Junior Thilges, Richard Winter, Michael Platt, Kevin Schmittj Juniro Dunn; 4th grade, Eugene Harig, Michael Kenefick, Guy Reynolds, Robert Weiner,-Junior Davis, Billy Fitzpatrick, Billy Woodcock; 3rd grade, Donald Meyers, Clement Platt, Billy Giosai, Dick Reynolds, Paul Stebritz, Billy Kinsey; 2nd grade, Philly Kohlhaas, Bobby Loss, Jackie Lichter, Elwood Davis, Eldon Winkel, Jimmie Scan- Ion and Billy Elbert Geo. J. Struthers, West Bend Farmer, Passes May 16th George J. Struthers, well known farmer of the West Bend vicinity, passed away at his home Saturday, May 16. Death was due to a stroke on May 8th. He was ;born in a log cabin at McKnight's Point, in Humboldt county, June 18, 1863.' He was married to Jessie Italia Statt October 3, 1895, and nine children were born to this union. Twq daughters, Dorothy Hundertmark, Ottosen, and Ruth, at home; seven sons, Archie I., Milford; Dale H., Wesley; Vern, Rolfe; Theodore, of Ringsted; Howard, Fort Lewis, Washington; Arnold at home, and Stanley, Ottosen. These, with tha wife, survive. Services were held from the Presbyterian church in West Bend Tuesday, May 19th with interment in the West Bend cemetery. MARKETS HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 ...* $13.70 Heavy butchers, 200-300 13.83 Packing sows, 270-360 13.50 Packing sows, 360-400 ,..*..;.... 13.40 Packing 1 sows, 400-450 13.30 CATTLE Canners and cutters ..14,50^5.50 Fat yearlings ',..* JO.OO-12.SO Stock steers '.. tf.00-12.00 Veal calves • :. 8.0044.00 Fat steers , 11.00-W.50 Pulls ........ f .., .;....'.„.......,.., 8.00-9.00 Fat cow* .........:....... 6.SJO-8.0Q • ' " SHEEP • ' • ' • Choice .;...,..:.,(.'.."..'....*.,* I11.00-H..Z5 Medivim *,,.,..,10.00-U:25 Common ..,.-.. , 8.00 Culls ,.^,,.*'..* ...r 3.00 down Fat ewes B - 3.00-5.00 No. 2 wihite'corn, new .... ........... f-82 KP, 9 yellow cqrw ................... -... -71 No. 2 mixed corn .... ...... .. ..... .69% No,.J yjBjjwr cprn ...+ .................. ,78 87 ft, tent wWte oats ......... „*..„.., ^58 No, 2 yell»w coy beans ...» ....... J^5 .No. 3 parley ,..'. ........................ Y ..... W UOflS . ..... „ ....... , .......... , ............ - ....... 30o Cash fljeam-, Sveet --------Mb t egga . 84c cjver. 5 Ibs- ... 4 to 5 1*8. . v W&? 4 «». LOCAL-NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Haitian Slgsbee and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Slgsbee of Ft. Dodge spent Saturday and Suftday at Spirit Lake fishing. Bonnie Bonar spent the week end wlttt her mother, Mrs, Rhode, Bonar.' Bonnie is a student nurse at Mercy hospital In <Dea Moines. Miss Alvlna WasenbRrg of Chicago Spent from- Thursday undl Sunday in Algona with her slsttr and husband, Mr. and Mrs L. E. Linnart. ' Mr. and Mrgj If. B. Wliltc and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan spent from Friday until Sunday at Sioux City, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. C. N. AalfS. Mr. and Mrs, Julian M. Pcfe™ and two children, Mary Ellyn and Bobby, were Sunday* visitors in the Ed Parks home. Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Parks are sisters. Ted ChrlschilleS Is .employed nt the Security State Bank until he receives his call from the naval reserve. He was recently graduated from Belolt College. Jimmy Parkfc, son of Mr. and MrH. Ed Parks, Is spending the week with his grandmother, Mrs. H. E. Weaklen at Spencer. He will also visit his cousin, Dale Christenscn. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pettigrew and daughter, Helen, visited briefly in the A. E. Kresensky home Sunday. Mr. Pettigrew is Mrs. Kresenaky'S brother and they live In Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr, and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas will go tb Cedar Fails Saturday to bring home their daughter, Betty, who has recently completed her course at the Iowa State Teachers'. Col- . Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Flttman went to Britt on Memorial Day to visit Mrs. Pittman's mother, Mrs. J. J. Spalla. On Sunday they went to Clear Lake where they called on friends. " Robert Thompson spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson. He returned to Ames Monday for final examination. Robert has enlisted in the Army Air Corps Reserve. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, Jo Ellen, spent the week end at Spirit Lake. They joim-d Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Peterson and two children who had been vacationing there the past week. Mr< and Mrs. Siwn Mcdin tjoqk their granddaughter, Sandra Medin, to her home at Lost Island on Sunday after she had spent a week in Algona. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin.. There will be a special Children's Day program at the Presbyterian church next Sunday during the regular morning worship hour. Miss Elizabeth Lempke and the primary gunday.School teachers will be in charge. Mrs. Don Mertz and daughter, Donna Dru of Cherokee, spent several days of last week> with her mother, Mrs. John Caughlin. Mrs. Mertz, the former Drusilla Caugh- lirr, attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Keefe. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen and Terry and Mary of Mason City were Memorial Day visitors at the home of Mrs. Cullen's father, Anton Streit. Oh Sunday" they went to Whittemore to visit in the parental John'-Cullen home. . Mrs. Clarence Myhre of Austin, Minn., spent the week end in the B. B. Sandberg home. She is a sister of Mrs. Sandberg and she was returning from California, where she went to see her son receive his commission in the army. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman spent Sunday at Swaledale wth the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Irwin, former Algonans. Rev. Irwin was the Nazarene - church's pastor here but he is now temporarily in the Methodist churches at Swaledale and Burchlnal. Mr. and' Mrs. L. S. Muckey and their sons and daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett and Judy and Bob Muckey spent the Memorial Day week end in a cottage, 'at Clear Lake. Mrs. Mabel Sorensen and.her little daughter and her sister, Miss Ruth Kennedy, went to Hutchinson, Kansas, last week to observe Memorial Day at the graves of their parents and attend to business matters. They are expected home the the last of the week. --. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beamish and Mrs. Jess Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Faflls visiting relatives. Mrs Jess Beamish, the former Margaret 'Egesdahl; is visiting her parents at Eagle Grove for a few days and will then leave for San Diego, California, to join 'her husband who is in the navy. Lucille Black has received a letter from her sister, Mary, a mirse in England, stating that she has received her first copy of the Upper Des Moines and she remarked that She hoped it would continue to come through. The subscription WAS started 'March 7 and the letter to her sister was written (May 10. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald had as their week end guests, Mrs. Mc- Donajd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Overgard of Wlllmar, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, Gene Cairns and Tom and Pat of Rice, Minn., and Mrs'. L. M. Ackert of Minneapolis. Mrs. Cairns and ityra. Aokert aye Mrs. McDon- aidls sisters, —-, Private Helmer Nordstrom oil Ft. Leonard 'Wood, Mo., spent the Me? morlal Day week-end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Nordstrom. Mr, and. Mrs. Perry Lowma,nr Mrs. Nordstrom and WlHe and Paul Nordstrom took him to Marshalltown Sunday where-he left for Cedar Rapids to accompany som,e boyp back |q samp. / Mr, and Mrs, ?W1 Kohlhsas and son, Dean, went |o Pubuque Saturday and op Sunday attended the commencement exercises In St. Matthews church of Ljpras and, Clarke goljeges an<|, the Patjjojic Wgh sehoolfl in Pubuaue. Tb» Kohlhaas HOB, Bob, returned to Algona with from with and Miss at I?wa wort? at Lpras , ,_. OR Iwwe 9t «*«*»<» Washington, public r -4, briefly )$st week r puraBiT*Mlgs TeWer iWftt Wfire roommates "- /fi^cfeers 1 College Mr. and Mrs. Alhert Oranzow attended a buttermakers 1 meeting at New Ulm, Iowa, on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Boh Nolle and Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry spent MP- nriorlal Day at High Lake fishing. Mrs. Tom IJalley and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Furst and family spent Memorial Day at Lakota with relatives. JVITH. C. A. Onilcnfeld left laftt Wednesday for Savannah, Mo., to bake treatments at the Nichols sanitarium. .Mr. and Mrs. Frnd Kent spent the week end at Indianola where they visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Graham. Mr. and .Mrs. John Kirk went to Spirit Lake Friday night where they spent the rest of the week <it their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Miller left S'riday evening for Mapleton, Minn., where they spent the vveelt end with Mr. Miller's parents. Evelyn Toothman of the local telephone, office, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Toothman at Burt. Josephine I'elisclf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pellsek left on Saturday to spend the summer with relatives at Tama and Grinnell. Mr. and Sirs. C. W. Morck and Mr. and Mrs. A. Holta and family and (laughter, Joyce, spent the week end at a cottage on Spirit Lake. Mrs. Josephine Southgate, who is at: present making her home with tHe T. H. Herbst family,' spent the week end at Britt with Mrs. Tena Healy. Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty Jean, are spending the Week at Randalia, Iowa, with the former's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger. Mr. and Mrs. Uoycl Pratt and son, Jimmy, spent the Memorial Day week end at Cedar Falls where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Darold Adams, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. DeSurt and daughter, Judy, spent the Memorial Day week end at Mason City in the parental H. L. 'Green and Mrs. R. S. DeSart homes. William Fleming and daughter of Forest City spent Memorial Day in Algona calling on old/firends. Mr. Fleming is the postmaster at Forest City and formerly lived at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs; W. J. Fuller spent the week end at Spencer where they visited Mrs. Fuller's sister, Mrs. D. J. Logan. Mrs. Logan spent the past two weeks in Algona with the Fullers. Mr. and Mrs. L. 13. Limmn, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison and Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman are among those who plan to attend the bar chautauqua in Des Moines this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsun and daughter, Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and David and Robert spent the Memorial Day week end-at the Lusby cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Ingham went to Oskaloosa where they visited Mrs. Ingham's parents. Mr. Ingham went to Ottumwa Monday where he attended a Graham store managers' meeting. ' Mr. and Airs. William Weis went to Stacy vile Slaturday to attend the Memorial Day services. From therff fihey went to Calmar, Iowa, to visit Mrs. Weis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smith. Margaret Ann Beardsley arrived home Thursday for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley before returning to Cedar Falls for the summer session at the state teachers' college. Thirty members o f the local Townsend club attended the state convention, at Des Moines recently. IJhe club received an American flag and Individual honors were given Mrs. A. A. Anderson and Lloyd Haubeck. The May Issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine carries a prize winning salad recipe contributed by Mrs. H. D. , Meyers of Algona. The recipe is illustrated and 'on a page by itself for loose leaf binding in a recipe book. Dr., W. D. Andrews is spending Monday through Wednesday of this week in Des Moines where he is conducting State Board examinations in Osteopathy and Surgery. Dr. Andrews' subjects are Anatomy, Physiology and Major Surgery. ,. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Phillip Shore of Des Moines spent Memorial Day with their sister and aunt, Mrs. Archie Hutchison. Mrs. Hutchison returned .to Des Moines with them and she will visit relatives there for a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward and son, Richard, went to Odebolt Saturday to visit Mrs. Woodward's sister, Mrs. Earle Stratton. They then went to 'Lewis, Iowa, to visit Mr. Woodward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woodward. They returned to Algona Monday night. Dr. vnd Kirs A+ W. Amunson and family spent the week end iti Minneapolis and Prior Lake visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds, Ellsworth, parents of Mrs. Arnunson, accompanied them oh the trip. Dr. AmUnson ami Mr. Reynolds planned to do some fishing if time and weather permitted. Mrs. Frank Hughes, Ft. Collins, Colo., and her daughter, Mrs. Frank Robertson and the latter's son, Charles Lynn of Goodlng, Idaho, and Olive Batemarr of Webster City came Wednesday to spend a few days in the A. A. Sterling home. Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Bat«man and Mrs. Sterling are sistera. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and daughter, Betty Jane, are on a trip through the Ozarks. They also will go to Parsons, Kansas, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaBarre and their daughter, Suzanne. They planned alstt to bring their daughter,, Eleanor home with them. She attends Lindenwood College at St. Charles, Missouri. Frank Geitfcl, J'olm McDowell, Dennis Pratt, Homer Young, Hugh Colwell, George St. John, Cai'roll Johnson, Joe Wadleigh and Rev. C. C. Richardson attended an Elders' Institute conducted by Dr. P. W. Westphall of the Presbyterian Board of Education Thursday afternoon and evening. The meeting was held in the Fort Dodge church. The local church was the only one with all of its elders present. Mr), and Mrs| (Frank Bankson have word that their grandton, Pvt. Charley Frank Hagg, was recently graduated from Keesler Field's Air Corps Technical school at Keesler Field, Miss. He will be assigned to line duty with the Army Air Forces to service the army's war planes. The course was a 19 week one with 10 day training periods in eleven phases of airplane mechanics. He is the sorr of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hagg of Dell Rapids, S. D., who formerly lived near here. Mrs. Hagg will be remembered as Edna Bankson before her marriage. Buy War Stamps and War Bonds ion sale at both Theatres for the duration. Tues.-Wed., June -23 Extended Run BERT LAHR • VIRGINIA O'BRIE md TOMMY DOR5EY and his Orchest ncrut Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., June 4-5-6 DOUBLE ACTION! Brenda Joyce . .. in "RIGHT TO THE HEART" Plus Dick Tracy Serial Sunday, June 7 for 4 days Summer Policy—Two Tops for Pour Days. A UNIViHSAl PICTURE IE TRACTOR.S One Regular Farmall on ruober tires yith cultivator One F-12 Completely overhauled with cultivator One 10-20 McCormick-Deertng tractor. Good shape. One 15-30 McCorrrUck-Deerihg tractor, good shape. ATTENTION— How aboofrtyour harvesting equipment—Now is the time to recondition and overhaul your binders, etc. We have the parts «qd, the necessary equipment to put your machines in A-l condition. SEB PS NOW! Two Wo. 20 corn pickers, 8 rpw mounted fo ? F-20 pr F-30. 96 inch Woods Bros Steel Thresher. Two 8-foot 'McOonncjk Grain Binders, completely «verhaule4 10 ft. Tractor Binder with transports On* V Feed Grinder Tyro used mowers. One No. i JfeCormick-peeringr cream separator McCormicfc-Depg Store H4B,V?*iTSB, OO. Mrs, F. 8. Norton and daughter, Eleanor, have returned to their Algona home from St. Paul and will Mr. and' Mrt. Charles Kennedy of St. Paul came Friday for the week end holiday 'and a few days with the latter's father, John Goeders and his sister, Mrs. John Cape- slus. Mrs. Ralph Carpenter and two children" of Marshalltown have been spending a few days in Algona with her mother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon while Dr. Carpenter fishes up north with Marshalltown friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Brosmcr are the parents of a new daughter, Diane Loring, born Saturday noon at the Kossuth hospital. They have two other daughters, Barbara and Charlene. Mr. Brosmer is with the International Harvester Co. Mrs. Charles DuCharme II returned to her home in Detroit Wednesday after a three weeks' visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. She was called here by the death of her grand- mother, Mrs. L. §. Middtetoft • ftT * l Eagle Grove. - ' .' •Mr. and Mr*, WMtey 'Bttlfelft «,. leave, today for Iowa Cits' WerJ , ,A the former will continue wofk tfft , his Master of Science degree In * zoology. The past year he has beeft coaching at Eagle Grove. Thoy have been here visiting Mrs. Bartlett's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. A« Foster and acompanied them to Arlington for the DecoratSon Day holiday, Mrs. Ann Fechneir returned Monday from Omaha where she had accompanied her Sister : and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Falk and daughter, Phyllis of Tltonka on a visit to another sister, Mrs. W«rt. , O. Boger and daugnter, Araminta. MrSk Boger, whose husband was a lieutenant colonel in the Philippines, recently received word from the Red Cross that according to the last records of May 4 he was not listed among any of their casualties, *ut she has had no word of his whereabouts since the fall Of Corregidor. Buy Your New Oil Heater Before June 15 The War Production Board specifies that in order to buy fuel oil for winter, YOU MUST •HAVE PURCHASED YOUR STOVE BEFORE JUNE 15. Fuel oil will not be available for any heaters sold retail after that date. WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF COLEMAN HEATERS AT $49.95 UP. See them today! We also hare a complete line of. NEW MAYTAG WASHERS Featured in our store are the following nationally known lines: IOWA CREAM SEPARATORS PHILCO RADIOS NATIONAL and CHORE BOY MILKING MACHINES HAMILTON BEACH VACUUM SWEEPERS AND FOOD MIXERS QUICK MEAL RANGES Algona Maytag Co. Phone 399 Glenn Crillyy Ovraer. Linoleum at Catalogue Prices We have just received a complete new stock of Lino- leums. Last week's business practically cleaned our stock, out. Everyone appreciates this opportunity of .buying Lino- leums in this way— ; ''.• ..',,'.''. No waiting - No substitution of patterns i ^ ^-N6 money returned because they do not have the goods you want. '.,'..'. You w-ill find the pattern you want here in Pelt Base, •Burlap Base, .Print or Inlaid, and all at the same price you would pay if you send for it. \ . Come in today while the stock ts large. .:""" RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY North Iowa's Fastest Growing Furniture Store" Clothes in which you can relax and keep cool. Three colors, tan, blue, and coppcr-

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