The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1942 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1942
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The AlgQttaJfoper Ifcs Moifles, Algona A |gwa, June 2,1942 ROBERT BURWASH, ffiffoN, CADET, LETTER i! Robert Burwash, ijrtio attends Plllsbury Academy, at Owatonna, Minn., was one of 30 cadets to receive letters at the annual athletic awards day program held on May 20th to open commecnement week actlvltcs. Burwash and 15 others received football letters. The academy, held Ita 65th commencement exercises, Saturday, May 23. HtAtfPY BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. LONO Mrs. Delbert Long was hostess to the Happy Birthday club on Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-one members wfeffe present and Mrs. Qs.. car Knutson was welcomed as a new member. 'The birthdays of Mrs. Fred Fesler and Mrs. Henry Gowans Were celebrated. The program committee was Mrs. Dennis Herrcl- rickaen and Mrs. Henry Gowans. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Reasoner and Mrs. Delbert Long. Guests were Mrs. Art Hol\land of Graettlnger, Mrs. William Jordan, of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Joe Ware of Emmetsburg, Lois Kerber Ruth Fessler and Mesdames Stewart Whit more, Ros.coe Knutson and Lloyd Cornelius. IMr. and Mrs. K. Wlbben of Titonka visited Wednesday afternoon at the A. R. Willrett home. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pflster visited from oMnday to Wednesday with friends in the Twin Cities. lEmll Dreyer returned to Charles City the last of the week after a visit here with relatives and friends. H. H. 'Dreyer and Emll Dreyer returned here Monday after a few days' visit with relatives at Egan, 6. D. The Fenton Band will play an open air concert Sunday, May 31, at the -opening of Interlaken park at Fairmont. The Homebuilders class of the Methodist Sunday School will hold its annual picnic Sunday, June T at Tuttle Lake. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Dr. D. A. Angus of Lawton, Okla., visited at the W. J. Weisbrod home Thursday evening. K^thryn'Wilrett went to Algona Monday night and visited until on Friday with h'er grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Willrett. Mrs. Dora Bruer of Minneapolis came Thursday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. E. C. Weiabrod and with other relatives here. /Kathryn WHHrett went to Algona Monday night and visited un- ttt Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Willrett. Mrs. Sam Warner was hostess to the Dorcas sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Otto Ohm and Mrs. Beata Klatt. , Pvt. F. C. Wayne Alderson of Letters From Soldiers And Sailors'Can be Mailed Postage Free Wives, Sweethearts, Friends—Make It Easy for Your Boy to Write You In accordance,Postal, ruling, men in. Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard Service can now mail letters without paying postage. Special Stationery Offer— Only $1.00 Special Envelopes and Stationery have been prepared for handy use of this Free Postage Privilege. 150 sheets of stationery, printed with Service man's name and- Insignias, together with 50 new style "FREE POSTAGE" enevlopes will be sent for only $1, postpaid. Wives, sweethearts, relatives and friends order now, and' stationery will be sent direct to Service man. This is a gift that every Service man wants now) Simply write Service Man's Name. Rank, Address and Insignia wanted and mail with $1 to this paper. Tou can have your choice of the following insignia: Army Navy Marines Coast Guard Air Corps Army Aviator Navy Aviator Infantry Chem. Warfare Field Artillery Cavalry Parachute Ordnance Engineer Coast Artillery Quarter Master Signal Corp s Medical Dept. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES 12" GUN ON CORREGIDOR—Corregldor, P. I.: Following furious onslaughts by numerically-superior Japanese forces the gallant little army of Lieut. General Wainwright withdrew from Bataan Peninsula to Corregidor. The iphoto shows one of the 12" disappearing guns, with which Corregldor is equipped, in action. MEMORIAL DAY mm GIVEN AT LEDYARD iLedyard: Memorial services were held Saturday at the Ledyard community hall and Highland Home CJem'etery.; The program was as ollowsrAt the Ledyard Community haHl—song, "America," aM; Invocation, Rev. Edward Nuss; duet, Gilbert and Herbert Beenken; solo, Francis Yahnke; reading, Edyth Logan; duet, Marjorie and Jean 3abel; address, Rfev. Edw. Nuss; olo, Donald Looft; and piano solo, Alice Nuss. The remaining part of the program, which was held at the ceme- ,ery, Included decoration of soldiers' jraves by flower girls, Dolores ktayne, Phyllis Strand, Connie Garry, Francis Yahnke, Marjorie Ga>el, Jean Gabel, Wllma Busch, and Deloris Gelhausa Poem, Edyth Logan; duet, Marjorie and Jean Ga- jel; benediction, Rev. Edward Suss. CEREMONIES MARK FIRST RAISING OF NEW ORDNANCE FLAG—Racine, Wis.ll The U. S. Army Ordnance flag was flown for the first time on 'Feb. 12 wheni it was raised,, with the American Flag, over the Massey-Harris Tank POant here. The flag raising ceremonies climaxed thp awarding of a multimillion dollar contract to the Masseyl-Harris Company for production of army tanks-—the largest single war contract ever awarded a Wisconsin manufacturer. Preceding the hoisting of the flags, Col. Donald Armstrong, Chief of the Chicago Ordnance Department, praised Massey-Harris officials as well as state and dty offici£ffls for "being a partner to the Army in the job of producing material for the armed forces. Massey-Harris is in the army now—enlisted as soldiers of the industrial front," 1 Col- Armstrong said. The Ordnance Flag is 24" square, the field divided horizontally with upper-half crimson and lower half a rich blue. The Ordnance insigna is bronze in a white circle centered otn the square field. Camp Normoyle, San Antonio, Texas, left Friday after a seven-day furlough here friends. Mr. and Mrs. with relatives and Bill Krause and family of Renwick came Friday evening and visited over Decoration Day at the parental Theo. Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Mortensen and children, Bobby Boyken and Fred Stigman, went to Spirit Lake Friday and remained .until Sunday at a cottage there.;. (Mrs. Charles Weisbrod was hostess to the Hook and Needle club Wednesday afternoon. Mesdames Kate Bellinger, Tena Newel, George Jorgenson and Dale Weisbrod were guests. Mrs. Walter Schmidt and sons of Austin, -Minn., visited the past week at the parental R, • Laabs home. Her husband came Saturday and they returned to their home that day. Mrl and Mrs. Prlnie Rominger returned; to Des Moines Tuesday. They were accompanied -by Virginia Hengel and June Sprout of Cylinder who plan to find work for the summer. /Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer, Sr., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer to Peterson, Wednesday, where they attended funeral services for George Klass, brother of Mrs, A. J. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer drove to Hawley, Minn., on Friday and attended funeral services Saturday for Adam Beck, uncle of Carl. They returned Home Monday. Eleven 4-H boys, their leader, A. R. Wllrett, the assistant, E. C. Weisbrod and Betty Ann Meyers, the county president of the girls' 4-H club and Laonne Newelfl county sec- "Bittir Quality' 1 SEALS "Qulektr Servloi" HIADQUARTIRS for YOUR ORDER WU1 II WUJHJ PROMPTLY The Algona Upper Des Moines -*«TT iV\kgi JT_~ i r *-JK»*' • ' n^r~ ^Hk,5 „ ' "i . " . • "•**, *"* YOUR COUNTY MINT retary and treasurer, attended tb 4-H banquet held Monday night ir Algona. (Carroll and Lorraine Willrett lef Fflidajy for thle WaTther iLeagu camp at Okoboji to attend the three day conference. "Carroll was tho local league delegate and Lorraine an entry in the Talent Quest which was held Saturday. Her entry was two vocal numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson and son, Douglas, of Clintonville, Wis., left Wednesday for their home after a few. days' visit with Mrs. Davidson's iparents7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss. They were accompanied by Mrs. Harold Neville and daughter, Floris of Algona, who plan to stay indefinitely at Clintonville. UNION TOWNSHIP NO WIS IN AUSTRALIA Union: A cablegram was received from James Elmore last Friday by his parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Elmore that he had landed safely In Australia. Another Union boy, George Rich, is also in the same contingent. They were with the National Guard at Camp Roberts, Calif., before their departure. Geo. is the YOUNG LADY AT LEDYARD SUFFERS BROKEN ANKLE Kathryn Carpenter, Austin, Minn, daughter of Mrs. Dave Carpenter, suffered a broken ankle when she fell Wednesday. Kathryn had planned to acompany Helen Wiehause to California the first week of June. The injury will prevent her| going on the trip. Mrs. L. Strand and, son, Calvirr spent Friday in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis. Patty Matzener spent the past week with his sister, Mrs. Clarence Oswald. Mrs. Wm. Watts and son of ,Waseca. Minn., spent Friday visiting relatives here, Mrs. Jack Welfare, Bessie Hilferty and May Gesch were callers in Blue Earth Friday. Marjorie Mayer and Jean Estlo left Thursday for Des Moines where the girls plan to find work. Mrs. Maggie Thackery spent Thursday and „ Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Kelly. Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, Deloris and Sonny and Mrs. L. D. Mayne were visitors in Algona Thursday. Mesdames Henry Fry, Asa Warner, Ed Halverson and H. D. Mayne attended the Lutheran Ladies Aid at Frost, Minn., Thursday. Rev. Frank Mathis spent several days visiting friends in- Leiiyard. Rev. Mathis preached the Sunday morning sermon at the Methodist church. Johnny Matzener left for Calif. Wednesday. He went with Lyle Patterson and Bud Mullarkey ot Lakota. John will visit his sister Betty and other relatives. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist PLAN NOW FOR SUMMER AND FALL GARDENS iThis year all have Victory Gardens and since we are all obliged to produce a maximum amount in our gardens, it is necessary to plan summer and fall plantings. ,Late plantings are made between July 10 and. September 1, depending upon the length of time It takes for the particular vegetables to mature. Gardeners will help themselves as well as their country by planting a late garden to Insure themselves of enough vegetables for fall and winter use. Advantages of late gardens are: '1. Quality fresh root and salad vegetables are made available for winter use and storage. |2. More vegetables can be harvested and conserved at the right maturity. 3. Canning and freezing work can be spread over a longer period. son of Mr. Rich. and Mrs. William UNION TOWNSHIP FOLKS ATTEND KEEFE SERVICES A number of friends attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Keefe, held at Algona last Thursday morning at , the Catholic church there. Those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohenateln, of Am•boy, Minn.,' Mr. and Mrs. James Coady, Mr. and Mrs, Verne Retb- hoff of Burt, Mrs. Don Mertz and daughter of Cherokee. Relatives from Waterloo could not attend owing to a death of a relative, a Mr. Hubbard, who died the same day as' Mrs. Keefe. Immediately following the Kcefo services, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Keofe of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe of Winnebago, Minn., and two daughters -left to-attend the services there Friday morning. Casket bearers at the Keefe services were Frank Kohlhaas, John McEnroe, Andrew Hansen, Louis Bode, Leonard Nelson and Harry Bode. Burial was in Calvary cemetery, Father Mallinger in charge. The Busy Bee club met with Ab- 'bie Tjaden .last Friday afternoon. Fern Anderson had charge of the program. A lovely lunch was served, • Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs and children of Austin, Minn., were callers at the Frank Hofius home Decoration Day. They plan to move to AJgflna soon, The Kenneth Goulds and Robert Bode left last Saturday morning for Minneapolis to visit Robert's brother, Bernard, who is attending navy school there. They left Minneapolis for WtcbfieJd, Minn., where they were to visit Kenneth's brother, Albert and family who live on a farm-near there. About 23 ladies attended a can- Ding demonstration o.t the Good Hope Community room last Ws<J- nesday afternoon. Mrs, Wilson ot Asftea was in charge. She was assisted by Mrs, Nellte Jenkjnson and Mrs, Dthel Gardner. Steam pres-. sure, hot water bath and freezing methods were demonstrated. The latter method was how to pre and vegetables for , tiW pKwraja frf " J.WB! $, at has been ade4 stew EIGHTY PORTLAND WOMEN ATTENDED BURT PROGRAM Portland: Eighty women attended a canning demonstration at the Burt high school home economics room Thursday afternoon. L. Mildred Wilson, home economics extension specialists, Iowa State College, Ames, was instructor. She was assisted by Mrs. Leoanrd Dltt- mer, Burt township and The proper types of processing, hot water bath, steam cooker, and presssure cooker was discussed and technique in using them was explained. The four types of spoilage are fermentation, flat sour, putrefaction and botulinus and the causes for them were given. Miss Wilson told the group how to test jars, rubbers and lids and listed all the necessary and most convenient canning equipment. The demonstration included the complete canning of a pint of each— spinach, corn, tomatoes, rhubarb asparagus and strawberries. The two latter ones were frozen. The rhubarb was sweetened with white syrup. Miss Wilson stated that for best results all products should be in the jars and finished two hourb after being gathered from the gar den. Women from Portland township in attendance included Mesdame Martin Larsen, Tom Trenary., Raj VACCINATE PIGS EARLY If all of the pigs farrowed or ven weaned culd be put on the market as finished pork, there would be no question about reach- ng our War Pork Production goal. Of course, under the best of man- gement we cannot market all pigs arrowed, but if all pigs were vac- imated ait an earljy age, many lore would go to market. A good time to vaccinate, accord- ng to veterinarians, is either be- ore weaning or a week to ten days fter weaning. When pigs are vac- inated young they are easier to andle and less serum is required. UNE 1-6 TO BE IOWA SOIL CONSERVATION WEEK 'Governor Geo. A. Wilson has is- ued a proclamation setting out he week of June 1-6 as Soil Con- ervation Week for Iowa. In the proclamation the Gover- or says "Soil Conservation and its elated activities Is but one of the many forward steps recently taken lot only to maintain Iowa suprem- cy in agriculture, but to put Iowa ver the top in the great war time ob of feeding the world. I would njoin upon every farmer and ev- ,'Hyone interested in the agricul- ural prosperity of Iowa to join in urthering the whole program for iroduction- and more production." iKossuth county in particular has enjoyed the blessings of very fer- ;lle and productive soil and all of us should give thought during this week of June 1-6 to the great need of conserving and maintaining our soil resources. Last year a tour was conducted jn the county to study and • observe definite soil conserving prac- :ices,- but due to the tire situation, no special observance is being planned this year. This does not mean, lowever, that everyone cannot take a little time to give thought to the great resources we have in our soils during Soil Conservation Week. 4-H GIRLS RALLY DAY TO BE HELD JUNE 2 Four-H girls' Rally Day will be held Tuesday, June 2, at the Burt me w. o. u. o. «i me ivicmuuioi. (jjartin Larsen, rom rrenary., n.a church will meet Thursday in the McW horter, Wyott Stott, G. O. an Altnr>fiVi Viaoarvionf A tTint-lllP.Jc limCil ••-* i _ -«*_T7i A _!»«,•! TTMnraf*/! WrtV church basement. A 'pot-luck lunch will be served. Everyone is invited to attend the meeting. Supt. H. M. Granners and SOT, Daryle left Friday for Hardy, la Uaryie leit i?nuay iur j^o.n.ij', j.o.., jforuaiiu Jreypj' A »*o mow »•«.« .* — ~where they will spend a few days egation as follows, Lois Weber, El . _* 1 ..t«» «*... Tnv.rn f^iftF wrhoTT _l_ Trfi««nm Xn^erir^a drill tjftt TV .T'ln before leaving for Iowa .City where UClUItS ICttViJlg *.*Jl O.V* »»** .•v*n,7 •• -7~ QIC A^t*i.«a*i«j » **O Mr. Granner will attend t summer i oe McWhorter. school. r~ __ Mrs. Glen- Yahnke and daughter, Francis, Phyllis Strand, and Mrs Francis, it-nyuia oiraiiu, QJIU j«.i^. ••--• - —-•—-• ~ Yahnke's parents from Buffalo Cen- is much better than some time ag ter, attended graduation exercises but is not able to take charge o — - - --• ~ -••--- •**— all her work. Howard Seeley is leaving Mon- at Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday. Mrs Yahnke's ni'ece was one of tha graduates. , There will be a Red Cross meeting at the Ledyard town hall on Friday, June 5th. Four townships will attend including Grant, Hebron, Springfield and Ledyard. A new chairman will be elected and eeryone is urged to be present. Evelyn Mayne& who has) been working in Elgin, 111., for the past year, returned for a short visit at the parental H. D. Mayne home on Saturday. Evelyn was honored at a Sunday dinner at the L. D. Mayne home, 14 guests attending the. dinner. From the Files TEN YEARS AGO A stranger called on Dr. Janse and offered him some bootleg whiskey in exchange for cash to repair his car which supposedly was stalled out in the country. The proposition was that' the doctor take the bootlegger to the car in his own car and pick up the liquor. The doctor remembered another case with a similar- set-up where the purchaser was robbed and he refused the proposition. He referred him to two other business men who were to accept and then overcome the man, but he evidently smalled a rat and left town without further calls. * * * Mrs. Oscar Anderson had a close call when a big wave tipped the boat in which ahe was >flshing, causing her to lose her balance and fall overboard into the water. She was lifted back into the boat after she had gone down twice, v * * * The American Red Cross shipped 308 barrels of flour here for needy and unemployed of Kossuth coun p •" u Helen Corey returned to from Colorado and she had accepted a position with Lathrop and Weaver, abstractors as their bookkeeper and stenographer, E, W, Lusby was to give two watches one each to the best all around girl and boy in tho graduating cjass.- The custom was started by the Wehlef Jewelry store and the previous year no watches were given, AGO , TWENTY D. 4. HiMW«raha4 Ju»t celebrated his 83rd birjhday anniversary ar»4 bis picture appeared in the paper. It was thought that Mr. JJaggard was at the time the oldest native born {owan in the state. He had Uve4 in Kosauth pounty for 57 coming here from Dubuque. Algona, %a» Doyle McFarland, Edward Wol. ( Ralph, Roberts, T. J. Hantelman E. C. and Helen Schwietert,, Mar tin Becker and Catherine Wolf. Th Portland Peppy Pals also had a del sie Virginia and Mary Marjorie Baas is employed at th R'oscoe Mwdsleys. Mrs. Mwdsle school, beginning at 1:00 p. m, (PJans are under way for an Interesting afternoon program. The official county business meeting will be presided over iby Betty Ann Meyers Fenton, county president. Election of officers and installation of newly elected officers will be part of the program. v County committee women were appointed to head each committee, assisted by 4-H club girls. Women helping with the program are Mrs. Ray Miller, Tltonka; Mrs. R. R. Masterson, Corwii|h; Mrs. A. 1* Brown and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Algona; Mrs.Roy Budlon-g, Tltonka; Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, Burt; Mrs. Chas, Osborn and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, 'Fenton; Miss Emma Gut- knecht, Lakota, and Ufa O. Pefferman, Swea Clfcy. CANNING WELL ATTENDED «f •Five canning dentonstraifofts, which are part of the J?o6d tot Victory Progranii wefts held In township meetings this past week with an average attendance Well over 50. Meetings were held in Springfield, Fenton, German, Plum Crek and Sherman and Riverdale townships^ with Mrs. Earl Haas, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. C. Schnuckef, Miss Ijola Scuffh^m and Mrs, R. V, Fitch assisting Miss Irma Garner, nutrition specialist, who came front Ames to give the demonstrations. Quality PRINTING \ Check Up Now On Your Letterheads —Memo Heads '"'": . Envelopes —Statements Ruled Booklets and Forms • Blotters —Enclosures ' There Isn't Anything We Can't Print! - CalU6orl7 The Algona Upper Des Moines "Buy At Home—It Pays Dividends" & day, June 1st, with group of men to do construction work in Alaska. He enlisted and had passed all tests at last reports. /Wilfred Faulstich, who was critically injured in a motor cycle accident several weeks ago, was taken home Saturday from the Lutheran hospital at Fort'Dodge. 'He is much improved'but still suffers someipain. Mrs. George Lannlng, Algona, was a recent visitor with Mrs. S. M. Peterson and found her slowly improving. The women were former neighbors and recalled many happy -hours spent together at club meetings and galloping teas. Edgar Keith, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, has now graduated from the "sissy" job of carrying in wood and cobs. He can and has run a tractor several days during the spring work. Of course dad wasn't far away and then grandpa is usualy to be seen around some place. Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf entertained at dinner Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf of Burt, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and children, Mr. and Mrs. George White, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell White, Mrs. Tressie Brace, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mrs. Wyott Stott and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf. Local AAA Officials Attend Dist. Meet At Clarion Friday County Chairman Robert M. Loss, Oscar L., Thoreson, Garret Wel- housen, Mrs. Martha Morgan, county farm field woman, Miss Eilene Nelsen, secretary, and Miss Ivy Scuffham, office assistant, attended a district meeting of county AAA forces at Clarion Friday afternoon. Al Loveland, state chairman, and Otis J. Lettschwager of Iowa Falls, state farm field man, directed in the instructions for further war efforts on the part *of Iowa agriculture. Ten counties are included in the district as follows: Kossuth, Humboldt, Wright, Franklin, Winnebago, Hancock, Cerw> Gordo, Hamilton, Hardjn, Butler. They were all represented at the Friday meeting. Col. and Mrs. R. 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