The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1942 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1942
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BM Atom tTMtf DM MM* TOWNSENDfTES HELD A MEETING AT WHnTEMORE Whlttemore!' The Townsend club held Its meeting Thursday evening in the Mlgglns hall. The chapter consists of 54 members. The meeting waa opened by President Rudolph Schendel. ' Mrs. A. B. Anderson, president of the Algona club, gave a very interesting talk oh the Townsend Plafi and set out why every business man should endorse the plan to keep business especially in these times while we are at war and after the war' when thousands of your youngjmen returji and all factories are closed not producing.any more war material. She stated that all money should be In constant circulation and there would be no chance to hoard it by-big financial concerns. There were about 16 members of the Algona club present. Following the meeting a dance was sponsored by the Whittemore club. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening July 2, in the Hlgglns hall. MANY FROM OUT OF TOWN ATTENDED CORDES RITES Those who attended the funeral of Dletrlck Cqrdes Wednesday in "Wthlttemore were as follows: Fred Bchnke and mother, Mrs. Albert Bchnke of Excelsior Springe, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer and son, William and Walter Meyer of Chicago; Mrs. Martha Helso and son, Norbert and mother, Mrs. August SchaUschnelder of Easton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell of Guck- *cn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Baas of Storden, Miim.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schwendeman and Elma Potratz of Fort Dodge; Frank Behnke of Lattimer; Supt. H. F. C. Mueller of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and daughters, Betty, Clarice and Prlscilla and the former's mother, Mrs. Henry Bell of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, Burt; Herman Potratz, Rudolph Potartz and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behrrke and son, Junior of Westgate; Mr. and Mrs. August Pi. jahn and son, Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Wlimar Wichtehdahl, Mrs. F. O. Mlttag, Al- vlna Manning and Martin Potratz all of Lotts Cr^ek and Hugo Potratz of North Carolina. 9 A son was >born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert Friday. The little ' fellow weighed 8& pounds. The Elberts have two other children, both girls. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer and son, William Meyer and Walter Meyer returned to their home in Chicago Thursday. The men attended the funeralof their uncle, Dietriek Cordes Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Meyer and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Greinert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence' Meyer and non. Donald ' and daughter, Mary Ann, Mr.'and Mrs. George Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters, Evelyn and Elenor,a, and Mr. anCMaa,.Ejaward.Greitt«t.helpT ed -Mrs.: Edwin ; \Greinert 'celebrate her birthday Wedrresdny evening. ' The men played cards while the .women spent a social evening. Lunch was served later in the evoning. Unofficial Primary Returns, 36 Prectocto, Competitive Office* Only '«,« ' . <!»«« LI.UI™... Governor St.!,™,. Con,,... Co.>, Cor«n« Sw. 6th Supv 8rd Algona, 1st Ward .. 2 Algona, 2nd Ward . 2 Algona, 3rd Ward . 0 Algona, 4th Ward . 1 Buffalo 4 Hurt 0 Cresco 0 Eagle 0 E. Lone Rock 0 Fenton 1 Garfield 0 German 0 Grant 2 Greenwood 0 Harrison 1 Hebron 0 Irvington . — 1 Lakota 0 Ledyard 2 Lincoln Lone Rock , Lotts Creek LuV^rne .. Plum Creek Portland .. Prairie ... Ramsey ... Riverdale . Seneca ... Sexton ... Sherman 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Springfield 0 Swea Union Wesley Whittemore: Professional .Cards ATTORNEYS At LAW HARRINGTON R. 3. HarringWrt Jt.O. Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l 8k. Bldg. ALGC-NA, IOWA w. B. QUARTON H. j ATTORNfiYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 42t ALQONA, IOWA HUTCHISON A ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 _ Algona, E J Van Ness Allen A. BruiiiOS VAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Hefse Building Phone 213 _ Algona,, la. Gavlord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly; SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone M ALGONA. IOWA _ LINNAN A LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 981 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Blag. ALGONA, IOWA Read The Want Ada—It Pay». BINDER TWINE x Michigan 1042 make 500 BALES '< $5.50 per 50 Ib. bundle Coast to Coast Store UNION BOY, WITH SERVICE IN WEST, PHONES PARENTS /Union: iLeroy Stoffel, brother of Mrs "Jack" Grandjennett and son of Mr. and Mrs. <Emil Stoffel, formerly of Union but now of Plum Creek, was heard from last Sunday evening when he called by telephone from Angel Island, ore the California coast. They had to dispose of unnecessary luggage so are probably preparing to go overseas. He was at Camp Welters, Texas, previous to this. PICNIC SUPPER GIVEN AT CRUIKSHANK HOME , A picnic supper was held at the Leonard Cruikshank homes last Wednesday evening In hondr of Dr. Harry Jenkinson .of Iowa City, who is 'here on a visit. Guests Included (Mrs. Lela Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Benschoter, all of Plum Creek, and the Glen Jenkinson family of Union. It was held at the Cruikshank home,owing to the fact that Mr. Cruikshank is still confined to his bed. He is suffering from a second blood clot In his leg but which is not as severe as ^the first one. • , . ; i! i The Good Hope church.will hold 'afi'^e'cream social Tune 16th. Everyone Is -welcome. It Is hinted there will *e home made cake. Lois Gardner left for Cedar Falls where she will take normal train- Ing summer ' course. She was a high school'graduate this year. Veronica Gardner wli,! replace Eva Glsch oh the menu committee for the joint meeting. Other members of the-committee, are Mary Lichter, program, Mary . DeGraw, registration.' The committee to make out the club's yearly program met with (Mrs. Robert Sarchet last Thursday. They had an all day session completing .their work that day. Audra Heerdt Is chairman. She was assisted by {Catherine 'Leason, Mrs. Sarchet, Mrs. Ployd Gardner, present president, and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, new president. (The committee decided to hold one meeting per month owing to- gasoline rationing and necessary 'cuts, will be made pending the need for such during the. club year. Seneca 4-H Girls on Program at Rally Seneca: Mrs. Otto Wtlberg and Mrs. Henry Looft took two carloads of Seneca 4-H girls to the 4-H rally held at Burt last Tuesday. The girls who went were Marjorie Moore, the president of <the Seneca Stars; iLavonne Bailey, secretary; Jean Wilberg treasurer; also Dorothy Burt, Joyce McKearr, Marilyn Foley, Gertrude and Margola McKean, Melva and Irene Swan and Jeanne Looft. The Seneca Woodwind trio composed of Lavonne Bailey, Jeanne Looft and Jean Wilberg played "The Skylark" as n number on the afternoon's program. Marjorie Mbore also gave a re,port on club activities during the past year. Jay Thompson expects to leave Thursday, June 11, for induction into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson and fortune of being bitten by a neighbor's dog Wednesday evening. «He was taken to a doctor the following morning but no danger of infection was evident as the skin was hardly broken. However, the dog Is to be observed closely within the next 45 days for a sign of rabies. Lotts Creek News ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn were Friday evening visitors of the lat-' ter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Bell at West Bend. DRAMAS UVLi • <**H* i»J.*«« .*«.<*• •«•»»»* — • — — | children were Tuesday, evening callers at the Henry Looft home. Mrs. Clarence Osborn attended the funeral for a cousin, Russell Curry, at Graettinger, Monday 'morning. Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson, spent the past week visiting relatives at Mallard and Emmetsburg. Mrs. Charles Osborn was hostess to the Baptist Guild at her home 01 Thursday afternoon, .Mrs. Vant was the co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs, Hans Pr'esthus and family of near Bancroft were Wednesday evening callers at the Martin Wilberg home. Alyse Olson, a student at a business college in Mason City, spent the week end at the home of her parents, the Curtis Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson were Estherville callers Friday afternoon. Mr. Dotson consulted' a physician concerning his health while there. Vernon Dotson, who is employed at the First National Bank in Mason City, spent the past week end at the home «f his parents, the Clem Dotsorts. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Mickleson and son, John spent Tuesday evening at the Rev. S. O. Sande home and helped the latter observe his birthday anniversary. ' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classen, and Donna.attended a family reunion at the Carrie Larson home at tEmmetsburg Memorial! Day. Mrs. Bertha Looft, who spent the week end visiting at the Henry Looft home at Seneca and with other relatives at Swea City, returned to her home at Des Molncs Wednesday morning. Hazel Weisbrod, who is employed by the Natoinal War Labor board at Washington, D. C,, arrived Wednesday at the 'home of her sister and family, the Clarence Osborns, for a few days' visit. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Francis Foley home last Wednesday afternoon. Election of officers was held \with Mrs. Emil Kraft of lone Rock being elected president and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, secretary-treasurer. There were seven members present. (Mrs. £111 Richmond and children of Arrhstrong~ealled at the Roy Os- b,orn home Thursday afternoon. She had intended to call on her father, Wm. Osborn and had brought a birthday cake as it was his birthday. SJje bad not learned of the)r departure to LaPorte City on-Mon- dsy. . ....-;.. <t x Mr. and Mrs, Lester Qsborn took Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Osborn to Al- Monday where the elder PS- horns left by train for J*f°rt pity to visit at the home of Mr Qsborn'9 sister an4 husband, Mr and Mrs, Turner, Th»TuipnM»l>»w not been enjoying the best of health recently. Mr,'and Mrs. Albert Cody took their daughter. Marine, to Cedar FalJa Tuesday, where she enrolled JflS, 1SR*&ta Teacher,'' *J jfce swanjner tewe. She fe work on a, prinwry course. onn jeitt Ooflyi Wto Jw4 fcse e of twr awt, the ft Plymouth, returned, her jsprae with Teacher Wm. Schmlel returned home Thursday afternoon from the Walther League Camp at Okoboji where he had attended the Pastors and Teachers conference from Tuesday until Thursday. Rev. E. Fiene and Rev. Alfred Rehder of Fairville went to Can- Istota, S. D., Thursday afternoon n the.iatter's car and returned on Friday accompanied by Mrs. Flene who had been there for the past two weeks for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, Mr and Mrs. John "Schallln and Mr and Mrs. Donald Radig and Rog T were Tuesday evening visitors f Mr. and Mrs. George Boite of Fairville to help Mrs. Bolte cele- >rate her birthday which was that day. 'Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn received word Friday from their son, Pvt. Lawrence Pijahn that he was now stationed at Hawaii. Lawrence has been with the armed forces since early spring. He was stationed before at Angel Island off the coast of Calif. Mr. and>Mrs. Dick Cameron and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Priebe and daughter of Pasadena, Calif., came the past week for a'visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer and other relatives. Mrs. Cameron is the former Alma Drny- er and Mrs. Priebe, the former Mabel Dreyer, daughters of the Arthur Dreyers. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Martin and Arthur Potratz attended the funeral of their uncle, Herman C. Cordes of Whittemore which was held Wednesday afternoon. Others from here attending were: Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn, Ruth and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mr; and Mrs. Frank Pompe, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mrs. Anna Mittag and Miss Alvlna Manning. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. iRioy Berger of Burt were callers at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise Friday evening. (Mrs. Arthur Klein and infant daughter, Delores, returned home Thursday from the Kossuth hospital. Visitors in Mason City Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters, Walter Aman, Mrs. Henry Phillips and daughter, Florence of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders re turned home Monday from Mason City where Mr. Sanders, was a patient in the Park hospital. He is slowly improving from an infected gland. Mrs. John Graham and daugh- L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) -Office In Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS ter, Patricia from Cedar Rapids arrived Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Martin Mlmbach. Mr and Mrs. >Fred Borches of Water- oo were also visitors at Wednesday at the Mimbach horrie. Mrs. Harvey Steven will be the hostess to the Sextqn Woman's Society of Christian Service on Thursday, June llth, at her home. Devotkms will 'be led by Mrs. Oscar Hammond and lesson by Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Everyone is invited -to attend. Mr.~ and Mrs. Clarence Swedin are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. This is their second daughter. Another daughter Was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Randall Clark. Thus three girls were born during the past week in this vicinity. The Bible school opened Monday at the Sexton^ church with Rev. J. A. Riggs In'charge. The school will begin at 9 o'clock and convene at 11 o'clock. Practice for the Children's Day exercises will also be held during this- period. All the children are invited to attend. i. N. 1 KENEFICK, M: D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone VM ALGONA. IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office hi John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 1 Across from F,. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal disease* varicose veins and rupture, DR. HAROU> MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice / Special attention given to disease* of heart and chest Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St Phone 342 DENTISTS Gas Ranges and Coal and Wood Beaten May Be Paichased Now! Simply comply with government regulation! by ligning a ilatement thawing neceiiity and you ere eligible to buy! 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