The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1942
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The Algona tTppw DM Homes, Algona, fern Jun^ 16,1942 LEDYARD BIBLE SCHOOLS GIVE PROGRAM SUNDAY •Ledyftrd: Children's ibay exef* cises were held at both the Methodist and Evangelical Reformed churches on Sunday morning:, Both programs jvere held as the completion of Bible Schools which were held at the school hottse during the past two week*. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelh&us and son, Dean, were Blue Earth callers 'Thursday. Wtr. and Mrs. Marvin Lloyd are the parents of a baby boy born 'I?rlday evening. 'Mrs. Ed HalversojV has been lit tor the past week; Friends wflsh her a'speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welfare and Doris were business callers In Mason City last Monday.. ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramesmeler •and the John Kramesmeiers visited In iKanawha last Sunday. ,Fred Dutton and Ernest Ploger Jleft Friday morning for Sioux Falls. 'They 'plan to find work there. Mrs. Jeffck Lynch ' Is recovering from a week's Illness. She was a patient m the Buffalo Center Hospital, "Mr.'and Mrs. I* D. Mayrte, Shir* ley and Sharon and Mrs. Ella Gelhaus were business callers in Brltt Thursday. Kathleen Reece returned from Penn College last Tuesday. She has just completed her sophomore year' at Penn. Billy McDonald spent a few days last week at the parental Jack McDonald home. Billy has joined the army air corps. Fred Munger and Gus Slmons- meler returned from DCS Molnes Friday for a ten day furlough before they are stationed for army training. Mrs. Blanche Uenks and Mm. Conger of Eagle Grove visited at the'Harriet Matzener home Wednesday. Harriet'and Patty returned with them to Eagle Grove for a short visit. , Word has been received that Mr. .and Mrs. August Anderson are the parents of twin girls. Mr. Anderson, now teaching In California, was a former instructor in the Ledyard hlgty school. Mrs. ..Gertrude Wlemer spent Thursday and Friday at Mankato, Minn., and vfsiting "Helen Niehaus of Granada, Minn. Helen brought Mrs. Wieme/ to Ledyard Friday evening and -visited friends here. SENECA 4-H CLUB IN TOUR FRIDAY AFTERNOON Seneca: The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held Its tour on Friday afternoon after having enjoyed a picnic dinner and wiener roast at Alfred Godfredsort home. Following dinner they drove to the various homes and saw the,4-H projects. Elvln Godfredson showed chickens; Bud Dotson, sow and litter; Kenneth Campbell,' market litter; Dale Anderson, market litter, also feeder pigs at Errol Petersons, Roy Osborns, Junior Merrills and Gene Bollig, Sow and litter of Jackie Looft; Robert Foley, beef calf; 'and Wayne and Paul Lynch, Black Angus beef calves. The boys spent some time judging calves at the Lynches after which they returned to the Godfred- sons and spent the rest of the afternoon playing ball. The boys enjoyed chocolate mlk at the Roy Osborn ho*me and ice cream and cookies at the Dan Lynch's. The Ju.v meeting wilt be held with Jackie Looft. Club Agent Fay Meade and the local leader, Ted Jensen, had charge of the t,our. / M Kft HI • i buy furs in June? YES! BY ALL MEANS, IF YOU'LL BE NEEDING A NEW WINTER COAT • • "* In most years, at this season, you'd hardily be thinking about a new fur coat. But this year, things are different. This yeor»-» if you're likely to need a new fur coat, when winter rolls around, the time to do something about it, is NOW—right nowl That's why we've arranged for this timely showing of new Cownie Furs. They're excellent values, in the latest fur-, fashions—and under wartime policy, .you know, they'll stay in style. So get the benefit of this-special fur- event. Use Cownie's Convenient, Purchase Plan, if you like. Thursday June 18 SPECIAL SHOWING OF NEW FUR COATS Factory Expert here. Be sure to come in. Phone 144 In your fun for Oownie Hygfto-ColfTSItiarage—the finest qununer NEXT SUNDA Y and if his gift is from Steele's you can be sure he will like it I>ad a Sport Shirt for his/leisure, hours. These are comfortable and cool, $1,95 to $3.50 Get Pad plenty of Botany Ties, They are the kind he-prefers, be'cause they are wrinkle-proof and. de- ,0nly OTHER in Sp^iai (Sift ^mm Buffer Hoaa Handkerchiefs Tie Chains Sfcaar Rev. and Mrt. 8. 6. Saride and Pearl left Friday morning for Minneapolis on a two weeks' Vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Marlnuji Nelson and family were Saturday evening Callers at the Carl Nielsen home at Graettlnger. •Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen attended the funeral of Lalla Uhr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Uhr, at Swea City Thursday. Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence Osborn and family, Mrs. Freelove ,Weisbrod, Hazel and Maurice, were last Wednesday evening dinner guests at the 'Fred Newell home at Fenton. , The cow testing association No. 3 of which Chas. Osborn is the president held its annual picnic dinner and program Wednesday at the Butterfleld home north of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt and Lester accompanied Mr. and' Mrs. F. Welsbrod and family of Cylinder to Minnesota last Sunday where they visited at the Oscar Voigt home. Mesdames Martin Wilberg and Henry Looft accompanied Mrs. Harry Vahldlek to the Qle Johannsen home Wednesday afternoon where they helped their mother observe her birthday anniversary. The Seneca Band Mothers held their June meeting at the Seneca school Tuesday with Mesdames Martin Wilberg and Otto Wilberg as hostesses. There will be no further meetings until September. Jay Thompson, who was called to Oes Molnes Thursday by the Selective Service Board for his physical examination, passed, the test and returned home Friday, preparatory to his final departure for some training camp Saturday, June ,20. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and Frances were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Nelson home near Cylinder. They attended confirmation services at the Depew church. Lois Norland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland, former Seneca residents, now living west of Fenton was one of the conflrmants. Hazel Weisbrod who is employed by the-National War Labor Board at Washington, D. C., concluded her visit at the.home of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Osborn and departed for Washington, Friday morning, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod of Fenton and her brother, Maurice, who for the past year has made his home with the Clarence Osborns. The Seneca Ladles' Aid will hold its annual birthday party at the local church basement Thursday afternoon. A planned program will constitute the afternoon's entertainment which will close by the customary birthday offering each member giving as-many pennies as she -is years old. Mesdames Jens Halverson, Millen Jensen, and Martin Wilberg are the refreshment committee. Portland Twp. The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday evening for picnic supper at the Victor Fitch farm. This will be the June meeting of the club. Edward Stewart is expected home soon for a furlough, after attending training school at Fort Sill, Okla. It is ; understood that he is now a second lieutenant. • •Faye Bolie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bolie and Pershing Woodrow Marlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marlow, were in the group of draftjees taken to Des Moines last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and son, Robert, Algeria, were Sunday Visitors 'at the Ray McWhorter home. Robert is recovering satis- faoorily from an operation which was performed at Des Moines recently. ^ "Viola Trenary, Betyt .Stewart. Joe Carter and Harold Becker visited .over Sunday with Margaret Ringsdorf, Margaret Rlchman and Marilyn Long at Mason City where the latter three are attending business college, . . Mrs. Tony Jandl and Betty Stewart returned Saturday afternoon from Ames, where they had'spent four days at the 4-H convention. Betty is easily recognized at the right hand side ,pf the V-point, fourth girl in the 4-H emblem picture in Saturday's Register. LUVERNE MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS HAVE BANQUET LuVerne: Tables placed to form the letter "V" and decorated with blue bowls of red and white roses formed the patriotic setting for the Mother-Daughter banquet sponsored by the Evangelical Woman's Missionary society and held at the community hall Thursday evening. The dinner was capably served by the young men of the churchy Mrs. Paul Blunter was toaatmaster and the speaker for the everting was Esther Merkle who is at home for a month's vacation fr6ni Beverly, Kentucky, where she teaches at the Red Bird Mission. Musical numbers were given by Pauline and Shirley Miller, Marilyn- and Delia Heftl and a trio, composed of Mrs. Lewis Merkle, Mrs. Albert Hefti and Florence iHof, and by the group singing chorus numbers. Bessie Schmidt gave the toast to the mothers and Mfs. Henry Marty respondr. ed with one to the daughters. Thirty-six women and girls were seated at the table. Read The Want Ads—Tt Pays. The'Doan W. S. C. S. cleared over $40 at the Ice cream and strawberry social held last Tuesday eve- ing at the Doan church. Paul Hawkins left Saturday for Osterdock, Iowa, near the Mississippi River, where he began work Monday with a steel bridge construction company. , A birthday celebration was held 'in honor of Clafehce Christensen at his home on Thursday evening. Guests present were: Tom Youngs, Ross Buffingtons, "Mrs. Anna M, ahrUtenuen; arid the Lawn family of fittfl San Hftnaens, Gordon HaHfienfl, Tom Young* and Allen Brinks at* 7 tended a ttaftsert family railri»ft it« the Chris Hansen home in Goldfleld, Iowa, on Sunday. Louis and Lloyd"' Hansen attended a motorcyclists' picnic which was held at Pilot Knob Sunday, Confection In last week's Upper Des Molnes it was stated that Mrs. H. <L. Gil" more'was elected vice president of the Delphian isociety. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore was elected vice president and not Mrs. Gllmore. Charles Dunn accompanied Ar Baum of Lakota to St. Paul Sun day. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Steiizel ar* the parents of a four and one-hal pound baby boy born May'29, H has been named Larry^Lee. A large crowd attended the barn dance dt the .Wm- Speichers nea Ledyard for Paul Gossman who lef I Thursday from Algona for the ar my. Mrs. James Reynolds and son Ronald of Atlanta, Ga., who ha been visiting her father in Humbold is visiting at the Arden Reynold home. Funeral services were held Thurs day aftern'pon at the Lutheran church In Swea CUy for Laila Uh who died at her home Tuesdaj "wnjhtf after a lingering illness. /Ardis Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ely Anderson and Wai lace Reynolds were married Friday evening at the Mettibdist parson 4ge In Swea City, The Rev. E. F Sroberg performed th,ei ceremony WP .and Mrs. George Harner, sister W4 &roHw-in-law of the bride, StteiHje4 the couple. They left for » snprt honeymoon. NEWS w , \ Hebron, Springfield *dyard townships will be held ' town hall. AJ1 are urged to attend this A 01 the Meth»dls$ Tbwsjay to the EXCITING VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! ALL THROUGH JUNE in our 6th ANNIVERSARY SALE Buy War Savings Stamps with Your Savings DRESSES t Hundreds of pretty dresses—Printed ' and Flab. Spun Rayon. Miami Cloth. Sheer Crepes—all washable, 'sizes 12 to 46. Values to $6.50 only r i. • » '•V i P 1 , "f ''" * Pitdl'/v- 1 . >, '^ * •- >.:\'^mA:^.r, Dresses to $10.95 Our regular $8j95, $9.95 and $10.95 dresses—'ioveljy prints/ sheers, plain, crepes, reduced to Seersuckers tton seersuc all gone. 1 2.66 Play Suits >n prints, skirt styles 2.98 Washable cotton seersuckers. These will soon be all gone. 12 to 44 only. Striped cotton prints. Ooat styles, also separate skirt styles —rare value. 100 pair of ^eige, white and combinations. Values to $4.50 in this group. Grand values. All sizes but not in Rhythm Step ' 50 pair of $7.95 shoes— •• rt/ » ,1|an, blhe, black and 3,Hi) Shoe Values to $6 75 pair of white, blue, black, beige and combinations. Most all sizes —medium, low and high «• heels. Play Shoes 35 styles with rubber n soles and leather soles. 1 AQ f n x Plain and fancy colors. *•'**'«•"«* Coats - Suits 20 nice garments, coats and suits, in ilight and dark shades/ Values $16.95. Cleanup Group 12 coats and suits—good quality to close at only Pine Wool Garments 40 fine wool coats and suits— good for wear thU fall. 'Values to $89,75 only Bobby Suits Two piece suits of strip-, ed seersucker, Sfces, 13 to 99. House Slippers Broken tots of leather soled house slippers. Values to S2,tf only. ,™9^t "SflpVfll w

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