The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 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 16, 1942
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MRS. WADE BALL TO HEAD LAKOTA AUXILIARY 1942-3 (Lakota: Mrs. Wade Ball was the hostess to the Legion Auxiliary last •week Wednesday evening at the town hall. The following officers •were elected: Mrs. George Heetland, president; Mrs. Fred Schroeder, vice president; Mrs. R. L. Williams, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Wade Ball, publicity and rehabilitation. Shirley Harrsen returned to DCS Moines last week Sunday where she will be employed. The Earl Mullarkeys attended a family reunion last week Sunday at Redwood Falls, Minn. lUbbe Dreesman and Jake Ellman enjoyed a few days' fishing In northern Minnesota returning last week Sunday even-ing. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers came home last week from Ames where she has been a student in the state college. Dorothy Schroeder had her tonsils and adenoids removed at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Tuesday morning and was brought home Wednesday. The E. A. Grabaus took Mrs. Grabau's sister, Mrs. Ralph Farrar and children to Algona last week where they took the train for their home in Spencer after a visit here. Emma Gutknecht, Genevieve Brewer,, Mrs. George Heetland and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht drove to Ma- son City a week'ago Saturday and (Lena Gutknecht acompanied them here ami will spend her vacation with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. Mrs. Ralph <Clark almost severed two Angers on her left hand last week while trying to sharpen a stick with an axe, said stick to be used in her floWer garden. Mrs. Clark Is taking an enforced vacation from her duties In the C. R. Smith and Company store until the finger heals. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hanifan returned recently from several weeks' absence. Mr Hanifan attended a school in New Jersey and Mrs. Hanifan visited relatives in South Daokta. Mr. and Mrs. Hanifan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertzke Were recent business visitors in the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Sr., and son, Dwight, and daughter, Mrs. P. Kollasch and Verna Klocke were recent vislotrs at the Roland Smith, Jr., home near Gowrie. The Smith •baby who has been seriously sick for several weeks, is reported much improved but Verna Klocke remained there to help her sister for several weeks. Fourteen Girl Scouts completed their 30-hour Red Cross nurses' training course a week ago and have passed their examinations all under the direction of Mrs. R. L. Williams. Betty Lou Kienitz was the only one who had a perfect attendance record and Mrs. Williams presnted her with a pretty purse. The girls gave Mrs. Williams a gift also. Bead Thn Want Ads—It P»W Shoe Sale More than Ever— These prices represent bigger values — in quality, as well as price. You will need an extra pair before the summer is over—something cool and comfortable— so come in now. 100 Pairs We have plenty of sizes in these many different styles, as well as a good choice of colors—beige and tan, navy blue, and two tones—and you don't need a ration card. 3.95 2,95 1.95 CHRISTENSENS Shoe Department Dad's a practical sort of chap . . . that's why we don't always stop to reaize that he's also a very sentimental fellow. Break down and show him how you feel about him on Father's Day . . . with gifts from Madson & Hanson. STRAW HATS Cool cocoanuts in all the . new shades. $1.00 to $3.00 TIES A beautiful new shipment, special for Fathers' Day. $1.00 SLACK SUITS Cool, comfortable clothes for play and relaxation. $4.50 to $6.50 Madson & Hanson BURT SOLDIER, ROLAND LAVRENZ, HOME ON LEAVE iBurt: Sergeartt Roland Jjavrenz arrived home early Friday morning from Camp Polk, La., to spend a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. He arrvl- ed home early In the morning and without making himself known to the family, took the Lavrenz car to take Leonard Lobstad, who had come in the same taJcl from Mason City, out to his honie In the country. Mr. Lavrenz saw or heard come one drive the car away and called up Marshal Walter Steward to report it had been stolen. However, Roland soon returned with the car. Quinn Albright of Des Moines spent Thursday night at the C. C. Smith home. Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and Elaina Engstrom were in Ames last week attending the .4-H girls convention. The FideHs Sunday School class met at the home of Mrs. Clifford Holding Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lockwood and son, Hon>er, Cedar Falls, visited Tuesday at the W. J. Lockwood home. F. H. and W. J. Lockwood are brothers. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter, Lurcna, attended an Arnold family reunion at Charles City Wednesday. The Rev. H. W. Jackman drove .them over. The school board has hired B. A. Wickert, Gillette Grove, for the coach 'here next year. Mr. Wii:kert is a married man. He has taught at Gillette Grove for the past five years. The G. H. McMullens left Sunday for Mt. Pleasant, where they will spend a week at the horns of Mrs. McMullen's brother. They also planned to vl*rt kebkuk and othe* pfctots. ' fat, aftti Mrs. Ge6fge Tor*er son, Amea, are spending a coupte of weeks at jthe home df Mrs. Tofg- erson's mother, Mrs. Carl'Cabling Mr. Torgerson recently graduated from Iowa State College at Ames. Friendship night is to he observed Tuesday everting, June 16, by Kossuth Chapter isto. 201. A groifp of officers from Armsrong, Algona, Corwlth, Kanawha, Llyermpre and Burt will exempify the mttiatory work. Mrs. Clifford Holding and son, Bruce and Mrs; Elmer KlenlU of Lakota left (Friday for Clarissa, Minn., where they spent the weeic end at the home of their brother, Edwin Allen. Their mother, Mrs. G. C. Allen, and Kaye Edwin and Larry Holding, Who had been visiting there several weeks, were to return with them. Supt. W.-B. Officer went to Dia. gonal Saturday to Visit relatives and bring home his Wife and three children 1 , who had spent a couple of weeks^there. -Lenore Bullock, who had been visiting at the home of her uncle, Glee Bullock, returned to her home at Diagonal with Mr. Officer. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clement, o' Ames, came Thursday evening and visited until Friday at the home of Mrs. Clement's mother, Mrs. Carrie Blossom. They took Mrs. Blossom and Jennie Thompson back to Ames with them. Miss Thompson has been in very poor health for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Fairbanks, Chicago, arrived Wednesday for a visit until Monday with Grover's mother, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks and other relatives. Wednesday evening they were entertained at the A. L." Rasmussen home for, dinner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fairbanks, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace of Algona and Marie Grover. The same group was entertained at dinner at the Marie Grover home Friday evening. The Rasmussens were unable to attend. WESLEY LEGION AUXILIARY BUYS SECOND WAR BOND Holds Election of Officers and Selects Mrs. Marie Bleich Head for Coming Year Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary held its annual election of officers at its regular meeting Monday evening, June 8th. Mrs. Marie Bleich was elected president; Miss Viola Studer vice president; Mrs. Myrtle Lease, secretary; Mrs. Josephine Meurer, treasurer; Mrs. Helen Johnsoy, chaplain; Lillian Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; Edna Flom, historian; executive board, Mrs. Sclma Alne, Mrs. Mary Forburger and Mrs. Myrtle Kouba. Mrs. Cara Aldrich is the retiring president. She appofrtted Mrs. Kou- btt Mrs, Johnson and MrS. Meurer as the auditing committee. The group voted to purchase a $100 war bond, series F. Up to now they had purchased $125 in war bonds. Mrs. A. J. Hildman served lunch. The next regular meeting will be held on Monday evening, July 6th. Miss Mildred Funnemark recont- ly visted her roommate Luella Zeal at Plankington, S. D. Chas. Corey and daughter, Catherine of South Dakota visited at the Al Wagner home Tuesday. Misses Thelma and Alvina Oppedal entertained a group of friends at their home Friday evening. Mrs. George Vitzthum, Rita and Tom, Ruth Penton and Billy West were Mason City visitors Thursday. , Father L. N. Klein returned on Friday from Sioux City where lie had attended a retreat since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricke and family 'of Williams were Sunday guests at the parental Chas. Froelich home. Mrs. Dorothy Bender of Hancock who taught public school here the past two years, visited friends here several days last week. Lee Goetz took hty daughter, Ruth, to the Mercy hospital at Mason City Wednesday where she submitted to a tonsil operation. Miss Ruth Richter who is a student nurse at a Des Moines hospital, spent the past two weeks at hei parental, John Richter home. Thelma Oppedal, who is employed at the Ed Cink home near Woden, is spending ten days at her parental Mrs. Tillie Loebig home Rev. T. J. Back, of Chicago, a director of the Scandinavian Alliance Mission, was a guest Monday night in the Mrs. P. E. Skow home The six Sisters of the local parochial school, left Friday morning for the St. Fruncis convent at Milwaukee where they will spend the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge and daughters, Verneil and Marjorie, were dinner guests at ths John Spangler home at Jamesville, Minn. Sunday, June 7th. A number of steel corn cribs have been taken apart and shipped to Kansas and Nebraska to be used for wheat storage. Shipment was by rail because of trucking difficulties. Mrs. Don White, the former Audra Benton, and two children have moved from Algona to Des Moines. Mr. White has been employed by the Henry Field Seed Co. for some time. /The semi-monthly luncheon will be held Wednesday noon, June 17th in the Reno cafe. It was postponed from last week due to the death of Albert Reno, a director of the club. Mr. and Mrs. ODeiber|t Benton and daughter, Evalon were ,Fort Dodge business callers Friday. They spent the previous week end at the parental S. E. Dwyer home in Humboldt. Guests at the Wallace Benton home several days last week were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Adams. Mrs Grace Stevens and daughter, Sharlene and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matern of Clear Lake. The first band concert of the season will be Wednesday evening, June IVth with Supt. Morris Page as director. The band stand has recently been repaired by members of the Lions club. Miss Betty Riggs, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs, received notice of her acceptance at the Kohler hospital, Rochester, Minn. She will begin her nurses' training there on June 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig took her father, H. M. Hansen, to Iowa City Tuesday morning where the latter will go through the clinic. Little Jimmy Loebig was cared for by Mrs. Fred Diekmann. Mrs. Tom McMahon entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Arlo Dawson and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer won first and second high score prizes. This concludes the parties for this season. Private Wilbur Tifft of the 712 Military Police of Buffalo. N. Y.. visited at the home of his cousin, James Silbaugh and family Friday. He went on to Ruthven to visit his parents for his ten-day furlough. Ralph Bauer, Jr., spent several days last week at the Calex Bauer home in St. Cloud, Minn., where he acted as best man at the wedding pf his cousin, Calllsta Bauer, R. N"., to Kenneth Whiting of Seattle. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hines and two sons of Sioux City were week end guests at the James Silbaugh home. Mr. Hines is a brother o f Mrs. Silbaugh. Nola Silbaugh returned to Sioux City with, the Hines for a visiti • >. .. Mrs'. Julius Kunz and two daughters, June Adele and Mary Adine, went to Minneapolis Monday where Mary Adine enrolled in St. Catherine's Academy for the fall term. They visited Lavon Gerdes who is a student at the University of Minnesota. , The circles of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday, June 17th. The K. Y. N. meets witli Mrs. Wiseman; the Stitch and Chat with Mrs. J. A. Riggs; the Dorcas with Mrs. A. M. Lease and the Willing Workers at the h'ome of Mrs. Alfred Nelson. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge, spent Wednesday at the home of her son, Elliott 'Waldschmidt and family. She attended the C. D. of A. meeting that evening. She had spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbert, at Whittemore. Mrs. Ray Vogel, the former Stella Matern and her three daughters of .Ann Arfcw, lfi<% whb 1 are guests of the former's nlother, MM. Elizabeth Matern,,visl«tJ at Uttt tft. 0 3. Prlmistng honie At Melvln one day last week. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Matern took them up there'. Mrs. J. M. Kline entertained her bridge club Thursday, atteHwoh. Mrs. Clarence Ward and Mrh. Emll Wester were guests'. Mrs. Joe Meur- won high score prize and Mrs. L. T. Root won low score prize. Mrs. Julius Kunz will be hostess to the club Thursday, June 26th. iMnrlene, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Bauer, entertained a group of friends Tuesday at a birthday party. She reached her eighth birthday that day. Fel* lowing an afternoon of games, Mrs. Bauer and Ruth Mary served a delicious lunch. Marletre received lovely gifts. Billy West, Ruth Penton and Rita Vitzthum left Friday morning for Pontlac to visit relatives. Dennis and Lou Vitzthum and Ed Garman are employed at a shell loading plant at Elwood 111. where the explosion occurred,several weeks ago. The boys were ftot at work at that t}me. Mrs. Art Nuehrlng 'of Kansas City, Kansas, is visiting her parents, Mr> and Mrs. George Ward and with her sister and. brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hagg at Algona. Mr. Nuehring left Monday morning after visiting here over the/week end. He Is employed in an airplane factory. Mrs. Edward Froelich and two children, Edward, 3 years, and Nancy, 18 months, came last week from Oregon to spend several months at the parental Charles Froelich home. \They had been in Oregon, whero Edward of .the Naval Air Corps, had been stationed for 3% months. He Is now In the war zone. Mrs. George Kemper entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon-. Miss Beatrice Hildman and Miss Jane Elsenbacher were guests. Mrs. Will Hauptley won high score prize and Mrs. Joe Studer won low score prize. Mrs. Ignatius Elsenbacher received travel prize. Mrs. Albert Girard will be hostess to the club on Thursday, June 25th. Economist iProf. Wight Bakke, former Onawa resident, now a professor of economics at Yale university, is one of the educators featured in a recent issue of Life magazine relating the story of the school in wartime. Prof. Bakke specializes in studies of unemployment and old age assistance problems and is regarded as an authority on American labor laws and labor organizations. ' LUVERNE YOUNG PEOPLE WED IN MISSOURI JUNE 8 'LuVefhe! t&drglanne Baumtfart nef, the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Fred fiaumgartyer and Wayne Sartford, son of Mr. aftd Mrs. Frank Sanford, were married Monday aft* ertvboii, June 8, at Grant City, Mo., by the Rev; i. H. Wtibben, pastor of the First Methodist church of that place. They Were attended by the bridegroom's brother ana wife, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford. .> ;. The bride wore a beige colored suit with a corsage of roses with accessories- to match. She IS a graduate of the LuVerne Jilgh school with the class of 1941. Mr. Sanford'is also & graduate of the local school with the class of 103d. Slrrce graduating he has farmed with his father. He left Thursday morning for his induction into military service. For the past year Mrs. Sanford has been employed in Heftl's <ocker and market, where she plans to continue her .Work. These young people are highly respected In the Community and have many friends who wish them happiness. Beverly Zwlefel, CorWith, spent last week with Lottie'and Jennie Mason. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Craroll Thursday morning of last week. Mrs. Keith KeJpp and daughter, Moline, 111., spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Emily Guy. • Harold Klassl and a sailor friend from the Great Lakes Station, visited LuVerne friends last week. Mrs. Jack LeWarne and son of Fort Dodge have been visiting at the parental H. E. Rogers home. Myrtle, Jordan, acompanied Mrs. Laura Woito, Algona,, to Davenport, last week where they mot Delores Wolto, who then accompanied them home Thursday. Miss Eileen Hines, Kenosha, Wls., was a guest at the Harry Lichty's last week. The Llchtys' son, tieRae who Is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, was also at dome on a seven day furlough. A number of relatives en joyed, a family picnic Thursday evening'at ihe Community Park for Mrs. Emil Meyer and children, Carol and Lyle, who visited at the I. H. Benedict home last week. Their home Is at Muscatlne. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. . Llchty re- S * L CO. you CAN BORROW $50-5100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . . Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL PLAN FOB FARMEKS L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 la. THE FINEST THINGS IN UFE Hott to to rnort to Sioux Off.'' Vow ore welcome* HOTEL ilTe»J»^m^^ H IP B IPP I KNOW 1$ I'm buying- my NEW WINTER CAT NOW in S&L's great advance LAY-AWAY SELLING! why? Because the same superb high quality wool fabrics may not • Because this year I want a truly fine coat; one- that will give Jong service! • Because I'm getting such a long time to pay by buying now. until MlJfltoto iK£ SIOUX CITY LOOK! L CO NUR$ES! HOUSEWIVES! BE A UTICIANS 1 MAIDS I DEFENSE WORKERS! PROFESSIONAL WOMEN! YES! THESE ARE ACTUAL $3 VALUES ON TODAY'S MARKET! NURSES OXFORDS TIMI IN ALMOST A YEAH AT THIS PRICE. Style No. EJ413 Style No. E1515 Blafl( Only Sites 5 to 9 Widths B to D. MAIL OBPIB TO S eV I. CO. ALGONA, IOWA' ! Pleat* tend me pn, Nur«e* Oxford* @ I1.W. Style No _ I Size — , — Width . , .... , tu , N»me —^^ , , ,. AddrtM ; ;.. C»ty .. , . . .,. ... .,,... Cash . C.O.P., (Add Ifc for pwtoge aod KM) SEVEN POINTS OF COMFORT It Narrow Heel 9< Cushion Arch Support 3, Soft Kid Upper* - So Cool, So Porou* They Actually . Breathe 4, Quality Leather Sole* 5, Rubber Lift On Military Heel % 6. Cuihlon Heel Pad 7. Steel ArcJ) For Support "•"• •,-:•— » UM> RulhJLlrfity wd Mtj. J, guSOfi MeCall. Olhfe* fdfflK Veffl* peopte*? tto the fcoft LUfttMf Vlrglfllft, and Robert Ixse Lleiity. The J?re8feyt6rla'« Ladle* 1 Aifroela» tloh meets Wednesday ftftefhbem at] ILiverm6rc HWth the Rev Jit B. RahklftS. fhoite wlflhlttf trftiMpo*- tatloii are asked to meet at the Benedict stofe at t«to o'clock. The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met with Mrs. fhli Henderson, Mrs, Wm. fcetitterlfil and Mrs. S. R. , Hulda fHfjemetet tell • lot Roekfbfd, 111, wheri iff.vlfttt he*f Bttttf and broth,. < ro thetf baby, toorn theri ri/tO-lAke a«neva W!*4 whew ihe hft *tiV~er%l sumnieM. She wli attend the Iflterriatlon&I coftferetin tit fellglous edueaiion. fbllowim whldh she will be employed At th camp at conference Point. (JeorR Mefkles to6k hef fca 5V>rt t^ Wednesday from which place «h went by train Auttiorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Botttlngr Co. of Fort Dottle Your S A L Co. Sfor« FATHERS' DAT Tfcii Sunday, JUNE 21tt Value Sensaf ionl SPORTS SHIRTS A Hard-To- Be/ieve Price! Dad will appreciate teveral of then fine cotton thort-tleeve ihlrt* for warm weather comfort. Two patch poekets. White and bright color*. Small, Me- dimn. Large. ; Rayon SPORTS SHIRTS Zephyr cooll Long tleevei, two patch pocket* and convertible colic*. 1 98 Save o* SLACKS 98 2 Give Dad • chance to relax In real itylel Fame** ^Rlver Creel" tailoring f • r •mart leiwre in. coo), coev fortable *pun rayon and cotton blend*. Smarted *eet- m e r pattern* and colon In she* 30 to 42. Others to 4.95 Worth $1501 STRAWS 98' AH the light, cool fibre hat* In the v.ihapei Dad like*. Dreuy, bright colored band*. Of/Mrs to 1.98 Vacation • MJGGAOE Men's and failles' style* I •That important vocation of Dod'« Witt be more . carefree, with luggaa* for every need. I* colorful fibre* and ft«0. HoJow orovod, Fa»ov* *» IgM rfw*f• 0°d will |OK» Sptcjol pfic, fw Fotber.' Dad's Choice/ DRESS Sunn longer Wear at 1*1 a tower Price! I A Quality Shirt *at will win DJ heart! Fine weave broadcloth, foil and body thaped for real ft ...'.. forked lo make it kut. Wrinkly fu«*d collar* for wiMier MO**) Whit, and faiKtM.,-14y& * 17. Other Dreu SMrH to 2v Sum* TIES 41 Croat* reel MiMwr fa_b' worfh for t Fwovy wool w finely sewed. NUcHMof Mi Dresi SOCI So low priced) or dock length •kt*k top* l| trim pattern! : would chooM. on or cotton. 10 to 12. : I Broodcto* PAJAM I I Cool, me weight lot tummer-night; fart. Full cut, I *i«M In m\d\ coat, itylet,; A, I, C, * DJ , OPERA SL1PPJ ftftnfftiyf 5oft eft leather Dod bm*f Win*. Padded $olet, !fe^ « ,,! • HIM , , , Hear eHM, gf bid* brWIt leorkef hi A jbcf*39t94| ** 5* Cost Us( P no*-, BUY IW ~ STAMPS, ..; His Favorite Store

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