The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1942
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SENECA PASTOR RESIGNS AFTER 18 YRS. OF SERVICE rritonka:' Rev. and Mrs. Martin Schultz, the former the pastor of the Good Hope Lutheran church, were pleasantly surmised Thursday evening when his congregation gathered at the cnurch in his honor giving a demonstration of appre- .inHnn because he received a call ciation because to a HI UU^«*"«*»- •"* JJtJ 10 » church in Minnesota and did not accept it. A program was given by the choir and reading by different groups. Those taking part were Edward Boyken, Lennice Brandt, Florence Schutter, Rev. and Mrs. Wm Planz, Mrs. Harm Wibbin and Mrs. Frank Fisher. They presen.- ed them a gift of $200 and a delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. Alvin Grief and Mrs. Guy Barton transacted business at Blue Earth Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Alvin Honken and children were Mason City business callers Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penning have been visiting this week nt Sioux Falls and northern Minnesota with relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. August Schrader of Webster City, stopped with their ocusins, Mr. and Mrs,, Otto Falk, Friday night. They left Saturd-iy for points in Minnesota {Mrs. Johl Wilson's mother, Mrs Sam Olson of Thompson, is still very ill with heart trouble in a Mason City hospital. Mrs. Wilson spent Thursday with her mother. Harriet Radamaker, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radamaker, is visiting this week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Hofbauer and family. Buffalo Center Agnes Jansen who makes h»r home with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. John Radamaker, is visiting her father, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Janson and new baby near Buffalo Center. Jean Cruise, who has been clerking in the Downs Store for almost two years, resigned her position and hns accepted a job in a drug store in- Swea City where she wil Start Monday. Mrs. Walter Tapper* 1 and children arc spending this week at\his parents home at Triumph, Minn, helping the younger children while Mr. and Mrs. Hike Abbas are visiting with another son who is in an army camp The U-Deal-M club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dick B. Meyer as hostess. Guests included Mrc James McOolley, Mrs. John S. Rip- pontrop and Mrs. Frank Fisher Prizes were'won by Mrs. Guy Bruns and Mrs. Harojd Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sonnenberg of Holland, Iowa, and Mrs. Jurgen Reints, Parkersburg, have been visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sonnenberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith and Mrs. Grace Sonnenberg and daughter and Gertie. -•- ' Dorothy and Katheryn Gay, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire left Thursday by bus from Wesley for Newton where they are visiting their cousins. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dunmire left for Newton and will spend a few days. C HVTr. and Mrs;. Carl F. Callies Lorraine Morrison Becomes Bride— The Congregational church was he scene of a pretty weddln? Sat- irday afternoon at threeN ,)Vlc-.K vhen Lorraine Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morlscn, Al- pona became the bride of Lt. Jchn ' Evleth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Evleth of Los Angeles, Calif. Sixty, guests were present at the double ring ceremony with Rev. D. R. Martin officiating. The irides sisters, Prudence and Jane, attended them with Peggy Ann Vtorison as the flower girl. The bride was attired in a white silk jersey street length dress and wore a corsage of gardenias, while her attendants wore pastel colored dresses. Lt. Evleth wore his army uniform. DeVetta Gehrke of <ang "Because" and Iowa Falls "O Perfect Love", accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Ushers were Bob McCullough, Bob Kahllhaasi. and Durwood Baker. Immediately following the ceremony-a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride attended the Algona schools and» Iowa State College at Ames. Out-of-town guests were the bride's grandmother, Mrs. R. W Dortds of Newton, Mr. and Mrs Frank Barker and daughter of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitte Mai- lory and daughters, Frances Eleanor and Maxine of Hampton, and Mr and Mrs. J. S. Auner and daughters, Margaret and Josephine o Des Moines. Lt. and Mrs. Evleth left Saturday after the ceremony for Temple, Texas, where Lt. Evleth is stationed in the army. Trvimrton I's Study Canning— The Irvingtorr I's 4-H girls' club is helping in the war-effort by learning to can and learning to save sugar in canning. Eight members, their leader and three visitors met Wednesday at the home of Leota Norris. The roll call was ' This Year's Favorite Song." Talks were given as follows: Dinner, Hel<:n Christenson; Advantages of a Garden, Margaret Hansen; Have You Had Your Iron?, Betty Groncach: Sterilization of Jars, Shir- Icy Capesius. The following demonstrations were given: 1 Hot Water Bath, Margaret Hansen; Preservation of Vegetables by Freezing, Shirley Weber; Canning Strawberries, Helen Christensen; Rhubarb, Faye Krause. Cannin Brunch at C. C. — An eleven o'clock golf and bridge brunch was held Wednesday at the Country Club. Mrs. L. E. Linnan was the chairman irr charge of the committee and was assisted by Mrs. Raymond Norton and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gene Murtagh and Mrs. John Kirk. Golf prizes were awarded to Mrs. H. L. Gilmoro for the low score and to Mrs. H. B. White for the lowest number of putts. Henefit Bridge Party— Mrs. Bob Loss' and Mrs. Jacob Winkel'a circle of the Catholic Lades Guild sponsored a benefit bridge <arty Wednesday given by Mrs. Ann Zittrltsch at the Mrs. Archie Hutchison home where she make* ler home. The affair was a dessert- uncheon at 1:30. There were ten ;ables in play with both auction and jontract bridge. Shower for Lorraine Morrison— Mesdames Raymond Norton, H. E. Woodward, Jim Pool and R. H. Miller entertained at a party for Lorraine Morrison, a bride of last week, at the Algona Country Club Thursday evening. Following the seven o'clock dinner ,the evening •vas spent informally. Miss Morri- ;.-m was honored with a personal shower. Rlblc Class at Church— The members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church will meet every Wednesday for six weeks for a Bible study course. The meeting ,vill be held at the church from nine to ten olclock in lithe monningV Mrs. E. A. Genrich is in charge of ;he meetings. Ilessfirt-BrldBc— Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. R. A. Cowan entertained at a dessert- jridge party Friday aftenroon at the latter's home. Five tables were n play. Prizes of vases filled with a-esh flowers went to Mesdames Dale Simons, George Smith, Don Akre, R. J. Harrington and John McDowell. Dolphians Elect— The Alpha chapter of the Delphian Society met last week at the Blue Room in the hotel and elected the following officers: Mrs. Milton Norton .president; Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. vice president, and Mrs. W. G. McCullough, secretary-treasurer. * Bridge Club Meets— Mrs. C. R. DeSart entertained the members of her ladies' bridge club Saturday afternoon, at her home. Guests were Mrs. Carl Haase and Mrs. Harold Walker's mother, Mrs. Fiirney, who is visiting here from Nevada, Iowa. Dinner-Bridge Club Meets- Mr, and Mrs. Harlarr Sigsbee entertained the ' members', otf their dinner bridge club at their home Monday evening. Guests were Mr. BOV.INARNY Fenton: Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Betty Jean, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schwartz of Rockwell City, went to Des Moines Wednesday where Karl reported to Fort Des Molnes. Karl was the editor o the Rockwell City Advocate up (o the time of his Induction-Into the army. Karl and Mrs. Schwartz visited here from Monday until Wednesday. Mrs. Schwartz and Betty Jean returned home on Thursday evening. FORMER FENTON TEACHER BEARS SON IN EAST Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer received an announcement of the a'r rival of John Donald, weighing 7 pounds and born on May 20th, tr Mr. and Mrs. Donald Armstrong of Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs. Armstrong is the former Miriam Ter Veer o' Buffalo Center and taught the thlrc 1 and fourth.grades here a year ago Mr. Armstrong Guard. is in the Osast FENTON FORWARDS MEET WITH LAVONNE NEWEL The Fenton Forward 4-H clut met Wednesday afternoon with LaVonne Newel. Roll call was ans- Kyle Melbern Beard, son of Mrs. fiSmma Beard of 631 NT. Church street, Algona, was recently .advanced to Aviation Machinists Mate second class at the Naval Air Station at Pensacola, Fla., according to an announcement Worn the public relations office of that station. Beard enlisted In the Navy at the tfort Dodge recruiting off,ice tin June, 1640, and was sent to. the Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, Ing. 111., for elementary Jratn< He was transferred to Pensacola tri September of that year and was usslgned to duty with the ground ci-ews of one of the flying squadrons stationed at the "Annapolis of the Air." ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM AT BURT TUESDAY, JUNE 9 A special county-wide meeting to discuss anti-Inflation will be held in the Burt school/Tuesday eve ning, announces A. L. Browrr, coun ty agricultural agent . "We are now well on the road to ward war time Inflation with a ven geance]' So far prices have risen as .„ — - -.-- rapidly as they did in World War 1 wered with' "How Many Eggs* I Without any action to stop Inflation they will rise faster and farthe than in 1917-1918," said Mr. Brown It Is the purpose of the meeting to • -discuss the national program to control inflation, particularly, a it affects Kossuth county. Score tary Wlckard has charged the,ex tension service with the job of car rylng on general educational worl in connection with this 1 program Mr. Brown is asking representatives of all county and city organization of all natures in the county to senc a representative to the meeting a Burt. The meeting^will be open tc any interested citizen. PORTLAND MAN DURING NIGHT GCTS HIS COON Portland ? A prowler has befttt raiding the chicken coop tot some Ime at the Bdw. Wolf fatm, On Friday night the hens started to make a 'big lusS and Mn Wolf lumped out of bed and ran out, Ightly clad but not having time :o think of that when he caught i glimpse pf Intruder and started pursuit which led htm Into a gnarled old oak tree and' far to ;he top. He frantically called to ils hired man, tony Plemmel, to bring a gun, which he did. Mr Wolf with one shot brought down the enemy, a big female raccoon All this during a rain atorm proves what can be done when the right man Is behind the gun. Several members of the Hurt Le- glon Auxiliary from here attended a Eat a Week." During the busi- nnss meeting plans (vere made tor th,e 4-H convention to be held in June at Ames. Phyllis Gade will represent the Forwards and Ruth Dreyer, assistant leader, will also attend. The music was given by LaVonne Newel. A health talk, "Care of the Harrds", was given by Beverly Schulte and a demonstration on "Canning Any Fruit in Season", by .Knthryn Bfcckwenn.) (Lorraine Willrett gave poetry. A citizenship discussion was ed by Phyllis Gade. Lunch was served by the hostess. and Mrs. Dale Simon, was served at Cooks. The dinner Rolands' Entertain— Mr. and Mrs Glen Roland entertained the four couples of their bridge club Saturday evening at their home. Guild to Meet— The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dora Fraser. ,. BINDER TWINE " '.MichiRU" 1912 make 500 BALES $5.50 and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Craig called .on. the .Martin Bleich family who moved to Wesley, last Monday. Mr. Bleich had to give up his position at the Bancroft creamery as buttermaker because of ill health. He left for Iowa City Sunday where he will S° through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie left Tuesday afternoon for Sioux Falls, S. D. They will also make a business trip to Castlewood, where they have a farm. The barn and several other buildings on this place were destroyed by a tornado recently. They also plan to stop at Croftstown, Nebr., on their return home to visit with Mrs. Meyer's mother who is in a hospital there 50 Ib. bundle Coast to Coast Store Prairie Gold Area Executive Board Meets The executive board of Prairi Gold Area, boy scouts, met at Hum boldt last Thursday evening. Prcs ent from this county were A. B. Lauritzen, commissioner; J. A. Mel son of LuVerne, who was electe to the board, and Rev. G. R. MX Dowell, of West Bend, vice chair man of Kossuth. The budget fo the area for 1943 was set up at thi meeting. ALGONA MARINE GROWS POETIC While it is not the policy of the Jpper Des Moines to promiscuously rint poetry sometimes we feel hat a verse- is worthy of publica- ion as in this case, a local boy in he 'service, whereabouts unknomr, ind the excellence with which he -xpresses a thought in rhyme, as veil as the thought expressed in vords. The following was written by Donald E. Willasson, Algona son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willas- He enlisted in the marines April 10, 1941. Since Jan. 6, 1942 nc has been in service in the Paci fie, whereabouts unknown, some secret island base. Here is his tri bute to the uniform: A MAN'S DRESS The best dressed man in the world today Is the man in khaki, America s way, He's right in style and he is No. 1 He wears the dress that means for all A manly answer to duty's call; A zip and a pep for things that count As all about us the dangers mount. It isn't whether his suit may fit, But whether his heart's inside of it; His soul is strong and his will to do Is a whole yard wide and wool all through. He docs not have to strut or brag Not once does he need to strut or brag E'en though his uniform was a rag— e'd still be dressed in the fines^ way, he uniform of the U. S. A. FENTON WALTHER HEIJJ SESSION THURSDAY NIGHT The Walther-League met Thursday evening in the church basement. Rev. R. W. Kabelltz led th-3 topic study, "You and Your Society." Twenty members were present, including four new members who are Marian Gade, Delores Mueller. Darrell Dreyer and Donalt^ ,Luedtke. Carrol Willrett gave a report on the recent League convention at Okoboji. Reports were given by the various officers and the constitution read. Games were played outside and refreshments served by Verdelle and Ervin Borchardt. FIRST OF SEASON'S BAND CONCERTS SATURDAY EVE The first In a series of concerts will be presented'every Saturday night during the summer months by the high school band and began Saturday night, June 6th, under the direction of N. C. Pfister, music, in-' structor. Just recently community club members banded together and moved the bandstand from its former position to a : site near the sidewalk, thus facilitating better lighting and seating arrangements. The Ed Priebe and Mrs. Jake Hengel homes are receiving a new coat of paint. 'Frances Bailey left Tuesday for Cedar Falls, where she will attend school this summer. Miss Florence Newel of Keriyon, Minn., is Visiting at the -George Newel home and with other relatives and friends. Pvt. Harold Bleckwenn of Camp Merle Hush to Radio School at Madison Merle, youngest son of Mr. an Mrs. Homer Hush, 115 S. Ridlgey left Monday night for Madison Wisconsin, where he enters th (Wisconsin University for fou months training .in radio, under di rection of the U. S. Navy. He enlist e<S at Spencer a month ago an up to now has been taking train ing at the Great Lakes station. Hi father, Homer'Hush, is connect* with the FSA and has office in th Algona post office building. Th .family came here from Marcu Iowa, about a year ago, where M Hush published the Marcus News Prior to that he was assistant stat secretary of agriculture, X»e Moines, stott Monday evening invitations and made showef tor Mrs. Calvlft be held at the tidwafd Saturday, Juiife 6th. The 4-H rally was held At tn« Burt High schsol Tnursday.-Jone 4 Keith and County Agent A. L. Brown, Portland Pal* In attendance m- TO <*OSHi DRBfiSMAN ESTATE 'Residence property at 415 W. State 8t Modern T^room house with electric water heater. • •» , Farm In Pltim Creek Townshtp-120 acre 9 Improved, Best soil, TBRM»-<3ash. , See John Dreesman, Administrator or^H. B. White, Attorney WOR COVE Extra Rug Values At Foster's 10 Axminstei Rags 9'xl2' size with borders. PRICED TO MOVE QUICKLY! 6 Wool 9x12 size. $750 Rugs Good Patterns. $ 12 50 to Drop in Tomorrow While the Selection is Good! Inlaid Linoleums CLOSE-OUTS— NO CUTTING! Three No Sleep successive nights within 25 minutes of the same hour the Anamosa firemen were called' out. Chief Corwin reported that he had six hours of sleep total for the three You must buy the whole piece. Take your choice of-the patterns -in our west window. Some patterns formerly sold for as high as $2 per sq- yd. \ $|00 per li fUM sq.yd. a Foster Furniture CALL THEATRE SVhittemore Townsend Club No. 1 Met on Tuesday Reports from the delegates to he state convention at Des Moines vere heard at the regular mect- ng of Townsend Club No. 1, Al- jona Tuesday night. A large American flag won by the club was formally presented by Mrs. Myona Johnson, program chaiirman. It was also announced that a large group of members had attended the district council meeting and picnic at Fort Dodge May 26. With the closing 'Of the business session a group of musician from Whittemore entertained, after which dancing was enjoyed. The club council will meet Monday evening, June 8. with Mrs. Myona Johnson, South College street, and the regular club meeting will be held at the Legion hall Tuesday evening. There will be some special entertainment followed by a pie social and dancing to whion all are inviteed. Bowie, Texas, left Wednesday after a ten day furlough at the parental Albert Bleckwenn home. Hazel Weisbrod of Washington D. C., is here spending her vaca tion with her mother, Mrs. Free love Weisbrod and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Ranney an( Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney spen Wednesday at the Verne Tubbs home at Marshall, Minn. Mrs. Tubbs is seriously ill. A bulk-house has just been constructed on the Fenton Home Oil Company's lots oast of Dr. E. W. Ruske's office. The structure is covered with corrugated steel and j will house greases and oils. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp received word Monday of the arrival of Lynn Bertha, weighing 6 pounds, born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Perfect of Chicago on June 1st. Mrs. Perfect is the former Bert Hus- Uamp. Frank Bailey and John and Hadley, Mrs. Tena Newel and Charlotte Riedel were entertained at the Frank Newel hcme Tuesday, honoring Beth Ann Newel's birthday. It was also John's and Hadley's birthdays. Edith Laage, Des Moines teacher, came home Friday evening to spend the summer at the C. F. C. Laage home. She was accompanied by Wed.-Thurs., June 10-11 Buy—War Stamps and Bonds At Our Theatres—Now! Thurs. Matinee 10c-25c It's Big! Everything that makes big entertainment. Friday and Saturday, June 12-13 No Saturday Midnight Show! ™*^.*rerrv W»!B»;?*S£x JIMMY LYOON » HENRY ALDRICH Mar; Anderson • Charles Smith • John Uttl Olive Blakeney • Vatican Glaser ~" TWO TOP ATTRACTIONS Every Friday and Saturday' Fun for the Family Every Saturday SAMUEL GOLDWYN COOPER THE RIAL GIORY Three Days-^Suir-Mon.-Tues., June 14-15-16—No Midnight Show Shirley Frank, A. I. B. student, who spent the week end here at the parental E. J. Franks. Mrs. Maude Brimmer of Armstrong visited Monday and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs.-O. H. Stoeber and family. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Stoeber and small son, Stephen, who visited relatives there until Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Burwash and Donald Leather Flynets Waterproof Cordnets Canvas Nets Nose Baskets Fly Spray, gal. Fly Sprayers 20cto$3.95 Kohlhaas Hardware Jim Duryea on Fishing Trip to Minnesota Following treatment at the Iowa City hospital and from which he returned las£ week, Jim Duryea, city, will spend two weeks fishing at Cass Lake, Minnesota, and left for the lake yesterday. Jim has not been in the best of health the past year and his many friends hope fpr improvement with a space of fishing and rest. O. M. »»w#* Pi Bedwood City, Calif., cam? Monday to after some property Interests. . . . returned home Tuesday evening from a visit with relatives at Pebria and Jerseyville, 111. They were accompanied here by Miss Gussie Kirkpatrick, an aunt of Mrs. Bu.r- wash, who will malte an extended visit here. The W. S. O. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mesdames Ralph Dale and Milton Weisbrod, Robert Huskamp, Edwin Schlei and Lloyd Cornelius as the hostesses. Mrs. J. T. Waite had charge of the Devotions. Mrs Fred Mortensen read an article on So] Long, Son" Questions and answers on the "Madness of the World" were given by Mrs. Waite and Mrs. J. A. G Smith. "The Social Influence of a China College in a Changing World," was given by Mrs. F. P- Newel. A solo was sung by Barbara Frank with Phyllis at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tapper accompanied their daughter and faro* ily, Mr. and Mrs. Everett W; trop of Wesley ^tiifdwr - 1 Webster City restive* over LI F/GHF ANYTHING IN UNIFORM ANYTHING IN SKIRTS1 roughest B0RYONE

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