The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1942
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%* A3jaa&t^^j^BJtoiMg, Aljona, tow^ June 16,1342 MRS. DAU HEADS AID SOCIETY AT WHTTTEMORE ei The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladles' Aid so* clety bed their regular meeting 'In the Lutheran school auditorium on Thursday afternoon. Tha .meeting waa opened by the singing of hymns, a scripture reading and prayer. A topic, on Lodged was read and discussed by the Rev. W< H. Dlscher and after a brief business meeting election of officers took place for 'the ensuing year, Mrs. Victor* DftU succeeded Mrs. Elmer Bell as president; Mrs. Ella Lauck was elected vice president succeeding Mrs. Herbert Sumach. Mrs. 'Leonard Meyer succeeded Mrs. Louise • Grelnert as secretary, and Mrs. Edwin Grelnert was 7 elected treasurer succeeding Mrs. H. W. Behnke, who has held the office since the aid was organized nine years ago. Those who were on the serving committee were Mesdames Otto Bell, Elmer Bell, Miss Adeila Bell and August Bernau, Sr. A. W. Waund of Des Moines is the new pharmacist clerk at the C. L. Cavanaugh drug store. Mrs. Martin Meyer and children of Garner spent the fore part of last week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt entertained Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pertl, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Volgt and , Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer at cards Friday evening. Mr. and Mrl P. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, left Monday morning of last vrepk for Elmhurst,. 111., where they will visit with relatives Ihe nefct two weeks: , , Albert Potratz, Jr., came home from Mollne, 111., last week to spend the week end with his parents, and brothers, Paul and Hugo, who are on a furlough for a week. The east farmers klttenball team played the Whtttemore town team on the public school diamond Friday evening, the farmers winning by a close score of 13 to 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman received a cablegram Tuesday morning from their son, Corp. Earl Aman, who is at Midway Island, and. he stated he was feeling fine. Those who left for Des Moines to be inducted In the army Thursday morning froniithi." community were Paul Urlch, Leon 'Barker, Clarence Struecker, Frank Foley arid Merlyn Wegener. .Four graduate of Presentation- Academy entered the Hamilton Business College at Mason City last week and are as follows, Bernice Conway, Maxinue Biseniua. Ruth Youngwirth and Loretta Koliasch. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter, Snarl Ann of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman -Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, were the Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. ^ . Mrs. -Herman Gade and daughter, Mela, of Austin, Minn., arid the former's grandson, Rev. Meyer, vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Emma Smith in Pomefoy, and with Mr. And Mrs. Chas. Meyer at Albert City, Wednesday. Led Swanson Io8k Mr. and Mrs. find Mfs. Adam; Luchatnger to Minn., Friday where Mr?. Lueh- singer entered the hospital to consult with specialists In regard to Hor health. She will remain in Rochester for two weeks. Fred Otrueekep ajnd daughter!, Mrs. Martin Meyer of Garner, celebrated a joint birthday Wednesday evening. Their birthdays both are on* the same day, Tuesday, June flth. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., and sons Ernest and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Envln Struecker and family, Louis Braat^, and son, Robert, and daughter, Dorothy, of hare, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and son of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner. Everett Bexell, Swea City, Ordained Sun. Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bexall enjoyed a short visit front their son/Everett, last week. was, graduated from Augustana Theological seminary at Rock Island, 111., last week and was la '.be ordained Into the Lutheran ministry on June 14, In connection With the convention of the brotherhood of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana synod in session at Jamestown, N. Y. Evenett is a graduate of the Swea City high school and received his higher education at GUstavus Adolphius college at St. Peter, Minn., and Augustana college and seminary. As a student pastor, he has fillled the pulpit at Immanuel church here and at Bancroft, as well as In other localities. LIU UHR, POPULAR SWEA CITY GIRL, SUCCUMBS TO NEPHRITIS SWea City: A throng of friends and neighbors gathered at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City for the last rites for Llla Am- orlta Uhr, on Thursday last. Llla passed away June 8, after art iU- ness Of several months with nephritis and complications. Born on the home farm a mile northeast of Swea City on November '16, 1623 she had reached the age o*18 years when the final Illness attacked her. Had her health permitted, she would hnve been graduated with the cla&s of 1942 from the Grant township consolidated school. She was baptized and confirmed in Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City and shortly after her confirmation she transferred her membership' to Bethlehem Lutheran church. When this church merged with the Immanuel congregation, she again -became a member of Immanuel church. She was active in,the work of the church and young people's organizations. She attended the Swea~Clty schools until the family moved -to a farm In Grant township In 1040. Llla was the youngest of 12 children, of 'whom she was the first to ;>ass away. Her father.-Andrew K. LJhr, preceded her in death November ,0, 1941'. Surviving are 'heir mother, five brothers and six sisters, as follows: Milton at home, Amos of Camp Robinson, Arkansas, Marvin and Selmer of Swea City, Clarence of Hancock, Minn., Ada and Alice at home, Esther and Gertrude: of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Susie Schroeder of Seymour, and Mrs. Nettie Sorenson, Swea City. There are also-'four nephews, one niece and many other relatives and friends. The Rev. Raymond Borg'was in charge of services Thursday and mrial was in Harrison cemetery. Active and honorary pallbearers were chosen from the young people of Lila's church and her classmates in the Swea City and Grant schools. Active pallbearer!) included Earl Kvamsdale, Rudolph Engstrom, Earl Colwell, Robert Holm,. Orin BeCk and Maurice Johnson. Lillian Kvamsdale, Elsie Selberg, Evelyn ButtenAeld, Evelyn Coiwell, Inez -Larson and Jean Henrlckson were honorary pallbearers. ,Thc Rev. Raymond Olson, former pastor of Bethlehem church, assisted Rev. Borg in the service. V • Relatives from a distance who attended the funeral Included the following: Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Randa, Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad. Marion and Glennice of Cylinder, Mrs. John Finnestad of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Randa of FMrrgsted, Mrs: O. G. Govig and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Strawe of Mason City, Mrs. O. G. Uhr, Duane Bernard, Ole K'. Uhr, Mrs. Rue Codner, Mrs. Orval Jones and Beverljy, all of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thompson and Esther, of Humboldt, Mrs. Clifford Thompson, also of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Marion, LuVerne, Ole Stangl and, of Delavan, Minn., Mrs. Virgil Krosch, Delavan, Mrs. M. O. Thompson and Minerva of Iowa Falls, Mrs. Mervel Bessman of Alden, Martin Hall of Steward,, 111., Mrs. Caroline Aaskvig, -of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Lande, Kermit and Alma of Terrill, Thomas, Anna Mae, Delight and Willis Lande of Duncombe, Bernard Sorenson of Des Moines, Mr. and' Mrs. C. R. Uhr of Hancock, Minn,, arid Pvt. Amos Uhr of Camp Robinson, Arkansas. Mrs. Tony Kaluzne anil daughter, Nancy, have been visiting her brother, Gail Johnson and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Richmond of Algona were Thursday evening callers at the Walter G. Smith home. The two ladies are sisters. Howard Marquardi, athletics instructor at Truesdale, was a visitor tit the J. E. Vaughn home last 'week. Mr. Marquardt's home is at Strawberry Point. Telephone directories for 300 subscribers were completed last week with the printing; being done by the Swea City Herald office. Manager Harold Taft and his wife are In charge of the local exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bergreson are parents of a daughter born at Clinton, Iowa, recently. Mrs. Bergeson is the former lla Gushing and the new grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clint Cushlhg of Swea City. Two young people from Swea township are recovering from, recent appendectomies performed at the Esthervllle hospital. Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foyd Treat, and Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy, are the patients. Chas. Duhlgg, Sr., Emmetsburg land salesman, who Is well known in this community, Is -reported to be in a serious condition at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. At last reports It was feared that an operation would be necessary,. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dye of Los Angeles report the birth of a son, Donald Keith, on May 9. J. M. Dye former Swea City lawyer, wWo now makes his home wtih his son, Daniel at Clear Lake, is the baby's great-grandfather. The mother is the former Viviap Nagel. * Friends of the Marlon Kollys, former Swea Cltyans who now live at Elmore, Minn., will be interested to learn that the son, Marlon, Jr., has been transferred to Farming-, ton, Minn., where He will be employed in a bank. He has had a similar position in the Elmore bank. George Elliott reported Sunday at Des Moines for training in the branch-'of the service for which he recenty enlisted. He will be a .mechanic In the aviation, forces. George, who is a graduate of the local high school with this year's class, has considerable ability and experience along mechanical lines. He was taken to Des Moines Sunday by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Elliott, . Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schuler left last week for Greeley, Colo., where Mr. Schuler planned to complete his work for a master's degree during the summer session it Greeley Teacher's college. He announces that the 1942-43 teaching staff has been completed with the election of Tilda Christensen of Thompson as fin instructor In the English department. Custodian Wm. Christensen and Clifford Dourte are working at painting arid repair jobs about the building. Kenneth Hethershaw left by bus from Armstrong Wednesday night to return to his work as a teller in the U. S. National bank at San Diego, Calif., after spending a week here with his father, Sam Heathershaw. He was accompanied on the return trip by Kenneth Kluger, who will seek defense plant employment. Bobby Haglund, with wKom Heathershaw'had made the trip home, left for army induction with the group sent from Algona Ust Thursday morning; Mrs. Warren Schram of Chicago was here from Tuesdajr until Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Mrs. Schram and her Husbfthd, who is an instrucotr in dentistry at Northwestern University In Evanston, 111., ,had beert spending their vacation with relatives in Minnesota. Mrs. Schram, who Is an anaesthetist at Washington Boulevard hospital, reports that the institution has been taken over by the Wesley Memorial hospital in the same city an-d the staff will mostly be retained by the new organization. LUVEENE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clair Jones and Mrs. iLucy Jones, all from Royal were recent guests at the Hugh Shirks. Word has been received in Lu- Verne of the death at Charles City last- week Tuesday of Frank Groh, a former LuVerne resident. Mr. Groh was 74 years old, had carried on his work as bricklayer and mason, which trade he had followed when he lived in LuVerne until the Saturay previous to his death. He is survived by his wife and son and four daughters, all of whom, live In northeastern Iowa He is also survived by two sisters and two brothers whom older residents of LuVerne remember, John Bassctt and Ralph, California, Mrs. Maude Sanders of Nora Springs and Mrs. yinnie Grey, California. Funeral services were held last Thursday afternoon at Charles City. MEANS EVERYBODYI WeVe all In this war, with or without a uniform. (Jet's get behind our Government with everything we have . . . not just the "other fellow," but every last one of us ... not tomorrow, but NOW! Iowa State Bank ALGONA Safe—Accommodating SELL YOUR SCRAP RUBBER TO ILSHOGHT NOW *i Your country heeds it...and it may avert gas rationing v_ You will be paid ll a pound by any Standard Oil Dealer or Agent! Bring your old rubber in today... Urgent! MILLIONS OF TONS of discarded and worn out rubber articles are gathering dust in the garages, basements, and attics of American homes... articles useless to you, but all-important to the American war effort. That rubber can be reclaimed—IF YOU'LL TURN IT IN TO THE GOVERNMENT. Here's a real opportunity for you to help speed the day of victory. And there's another side to it—the. shadow of nation-wide gasoline rationing is upon us. Its necessity in the Midwest ia based not on a shortage of gasoline, but on a need to ««ve tires for 'possible future war use. If enough scrap 'rubber is provided by this drive, nation-wide rationing of gasoline may be avoided. When you bring your scrap rubber to your Standard Oil Dealer, or to any other service station, the rubber will be weighed and you'll get your money at that time. No oil company will receive one penny profit. The difference between the amount we pay and the amount Uncle Sam pays ua goes to the I/SO, Navy Relief, Army Relief and the American Red Cross... BRMO IN all your nelalmabfe rubber, such o»: (Iras, tubes, booh, rubbwt, hoi water botHat, garden hot*—anything mad* of rubber. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) BRING IT TO YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER STANDARD SERVICE LAST CALL Foi CHICKS Special This Week Only White Leghorn Pullets $14.90 1 Wk. old White Leghorn Pullets $16.90 2 Wks. old White .Leghorn Pullets $18.90 3 Wks. old White Leghorn Pullets — $20.90 A big- supply of heavy chicks at $7.90 per 100, day old j Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT AND TTTONKA ustomer s NEW GOVERNMENT RULING TO CURB CREDIT INFLATION t .''".' ' - t • ' •- ' - ' ,/••*••'." -- . • • ' ' Rules and Regulations You Must Follow The United .State's Government has set up some'new regulations covering CHARGE' ACCOUNTS. According to the regulations we cannot sell any listed material to Any customer who owed us money on a CHARGE ACCOUNT during the month of May, 1942, unless that' , account is ( PAJD IN FULL on or before July 10, 1942. or some arrangement made to^pay the account In installments over a, prescribed period, with no payment to be less than $5,00 per month. The regulations also applies to all future OHARCSEJ sales. Charge sales made during June, 1942, will be In default if not paid BEFORE August 10, 1942. July charge sales become due bn September 10, 1942, and, charge sales made during August. 1942, will be defaulted df not paid BEFORE October 10, 194?. AND SO ON AS LONG AS THESE REGULATIONS ARE IN JtiFJ»'JiX?JLV As previously (stated, we cannot sell any listed material when a CHARGE ACCOUNT is In default. The only way to buy additional /ist- ed material is to pay your account IN FULL or arrange for install- ments as set forth by/the regulations. Since these are GOVERNMENT regulations, We are required BY LAW to abide by them. We cannot make exceptions for ANY. PERSON. To d» so would/be a., viola? tion of the LAW WHICH WOULD RESULT IN THE SUSPENSION OF OUR OPERATING LICENSE. KEEP YOUR .CREDIT GOOD by paying your CHARGE purchases that have been made before June 1 in full ox arrange to pay for : them, as otherwise provided, BEFORE July 10, 1942. THUS APPLIES TO CHARGE SALES. , * All old accounts must be paid by July 10 or they will be default! All new accounts must be paid in 10 days after the first month! INSTALLMENT and CONTRACT Purchasing for thoie who desire it is still availabe in Algona. See your Algona Merchant for Regulations. ', Jj T • ' / ! S j- . " * ' F- • ' ts Attd, • ' •«' ^B^^BPJP^ ^ ^PJPWIIP^^PJUPJP^ ^BP^HP^ *•• -if- \.;:^.»-:$ v,™ * ,- s..' /" •f 1 / a! f '/l.i V ^l ft ^ ; s^i IfeifiE, ^C-tk. .44»< &£t^ ^Sl^ /, ,'v*ii-s*^L "vljjv« V" » ' ^ 'I'J^^^^^^^WP^BS^^^J^WHIWI^^^^^

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