The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1942
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The Algona, tipper DM Moinea, Algona, Iowa, UNION MOTHER, ,m DAUGHTER CLUB PICNIC JULY 26 In spltfe of fftlny weatli* «r about 20 ladles of the Union Mothers and Daughters club met with Mrs; Joe Llchtef last TTitifs* day ftftefftoon. It was the first regular meeting since the election of officers, consequently considerable business was discussed. Mary Sarchett was elected secretary to replace Julia Taylor resigned. • '• The next meeting, scheduled for July 6th, has been Indefinitely postponed. The (Piic>ilc '/planned for the club members and families has been 'dated for the last Sunday In ' July, the 26th. It was voted to hold only 14 meetings the coming year due to conservation of gasoline and tires. The program centered on Iowa. Papers were given 'by Veda Mc- 1 Arthur 'and Audrey Heerdt on "Iowa's First One Hundred Years" .and "Transportation and Communication In Iowa." The hostess number was a -song by Raphael Olsch. The Iowa Corn Song was Bung by Mrs. Walter Wefsbrod. She is a new club member. Marie Bode gave a report on the rural schools day. Guests Included Mrs. Eugene Hofius of Ottosen, Mrs. .Ira Kohl and small son, Ruth Heerdt, Dorothy and Ruth Olsch. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers and Mrs. George Boevers spent one day last week at Fort Dodge. v ' Alice Will returned from a visit at Montevideo, Minn., recently. She accompanied' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts. Mrs. J. F. Schoby of Algorra visited her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Jen- klnson last week and they gathered gooseberries. Kenneth Gould, returned from Lltchfleld, Minn., last Thursday, where he spent ten days assisting bis brother, Albert. Mrs. L. C. Puth and children, "Buddy", Mareta and Kay of Waterloo spent last Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Louis .Bode and family. Mrs. Rudolph Will was taken ill one Saturday evening while shopping in Algona. She has been under the care of an Algona physician the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Helse of Corwith who were here: visiting Mrs. Heise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett, have gone to Wichita, Kansas, where they have accepted employment in an airplane factory. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hllbert and children visited friends in Bode Wednesday afternoon. They formerly lived near Bode. ' TIE FINEST THINK IN LIFE •Host to lh« mort In Sioux Oty.'' You ar« wdconMu . HOTEL MARTIN SIOUX CITY Maybe you're too young to see action with the soldiers, sailors or marines. But you can wear a uniform and serve your country. Throughout the country are 50,739 Boy Scout Troops and Cub Packs. And Uncle Sam has given their members some major assignments m home defense and war duties. These all-American boys^are receiving valuable training and getting a thrilling chance to render service to their country, too. Why not join them? You can be a Cub • if "you are nine; a Scout if you are twelve. Visit or 'phone your Local Council for information today Join a Boy Scout Troop ************************************** JERRY UKENA, OF LAKOTA, HURT IN FALL FROM TRUCK ILakota: Last week Saturday, while Jerry Ukena and Vincent Ellman were at Albert Lea with the semi-trailer, Jerry slipped off the box of his truck and struck his head on another truck parked close to his and suffered a severe cut -on top of his head which required several sticthes to close and he also injured' his 'back in.'the fall and was not able to do any work for several days. He is now recovering but Mrs. Ukena has been confined to her bed and she is also improving. LAKOTA YOUNG PEOPLE AT AMES CONFERENCE Last week Wednesday was Young People's day at the Ames Presby- FOR A FRESH START STOP AT A HOTEL Reducing Your Insurance Costs ' and successful management of any business demands tlhe utmost attention t9 your insurance protection. War Pam&ge Insurance, Automobile, Home, Business Building, Stocks, Household Goods, Bo#d% etc,, insured at a Tnlqtrmnn' cpst giving you aboslute safety, se^ee^wd satisfaction,* A specialized Insurance Service is. yours for the asking. Our long experience, in ,ftfm4ting all lines of insurance- witt convince you of our knowledge on ttow to save you actual money wit}); more ip to4»v OP bette? 79^ call »t our SAVB BOTH TOW ANP WOI*EV JBV INSURING WITH , \ , .. -. J „. f , , • terian conference and the Rev. Saner took Arils Heetland, Virgil Wirtjes, Florence Heetland, Vera Joan Heetland and Ruby Daniels to Ames for the day. John Workman- wenl down Tuesday and came home with the group Wednesday night. DR. JOHN SdnjTTER TO PHOENIX, ARIZONA, HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, daughter, Arils and Hannah Heet- lahd were last week Sunday evening dinner guests at the Jerry Schutters at West Bend, honoring the son, Dr. John Schutter, who left last week for Phoenix, Arizona, where he will take Interne work. Mrs. Jerry Schutter was formerly Minnie Heetland and Is a sister of the Heetlands in this vicinity. Nick Koppen and A. Austin drove to Rochester, Minn., for a physical check-up recently. . . Marcus Rippentrop left Thursday for Algona to report for duty in the navy. He enlisted recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, Swe$ City, were visitors at the Jerry Ukenas last week Wednesday night. William -Powers is_spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers, before entering the army. Mesdames J. H. Warburton and Harry Warburton and Ruth Ellen were Blue Earth business visitors last Week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Madetske and two daughters 'of Elmore spent Thursday with Mrs. Madestke's mother, Mrs. J. Bruer. ' Visitors at the George Heetlanda a week ago were Mrs. John Ralston, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Eunice and Vivian Christ/ Forest City. C. C. Gerzema has been appointed local chairman of the War Stamp and Bond drive which opens on Juyl 1st and all retail stores will then sell stamps. ' Mrs. Paul Kollasch, nee Margaret Smith, is seriously ill at the Buffalo Center 'hospital, where she was taken a week ago Saturday. following a week's illness, Mr, and Mrs. George-Heetland and daughter, Arils, attended the wedding and .reception of Ardis Vaughn, Elmore, and George Harrison of Ames at the Elnwre Methodist church. Recent visitors at the Pean Ellsworth home were, Mrs, Ann Robinson, Forest City, a Miss Schneider, Fort Lyons, Goto., a Miss Zeiger of Garner and, Betty Loeklln, Grand JTprlcQi 1ST. IX Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel and Joseph came home the first of last week from a 10-day vacation at their cottage in Spirit Lake. ' Verne Ktocge will assist Mrs, iSchJissel this, summer, Mesdamefl W. F- Sparks, Brew- ,,,er, Minn., and Edward Ahrends and daughter, Judith, Blue Earth, Minw., vlslfced *t the Henry IQines last week. Judith remained f?r a longer visit with her maternal grandparents, , Pfearles, Peterson went* to Pes >ines fe#t wepk Wednesday for examination for army work, feuj WW rejected and has returned and •asumed htaworfc as aastetwt but- FINAL RfTES FOR MRS. HANNA, BURT HELD THURSDAY Hurt: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Ames, and Walter Hanita, Nora Springs, arrived Monday evening, called here by the death of Mrs. Maude Hanna. Charles Hanna, who has been stationed at the Naval Air station at Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Walter Hanna, Norn Sprltrgs, came Wednesday night. Among the other out-of-town rel- attyes and friends who attended Mrs. Hanna's funeral Thursday were Alvin Hanna, Plentvwood, Montana, Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter, Maude, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck, Crystal Lake, Mrs. Ellen Hanna, Mrs. Naom Winjun and daughter, Coleen, Sioux Falls, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanna, Shlndler, S. D., Mrs. Reed Anderson, Spencer, Mrs. Marvin Scott, Mobridge, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weir and family, Adel, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson, 'West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harts* horn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton of Dolliver, Mrs. Elchorn and daughter and Mrs. Art Bettln and daughter of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Dorrance of Fairmont, Minn., MM Alice Anderson of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs. J. Hurlburt, Glidden, Mr and Mrs. O. P. Stow! and son, of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godden Mr. and Mrs. D L. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Will McDonald, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mr and Mrs. Fred Ryther, Mr. and Mrs Jake 'Godden, Mrs. Irene Gilmore and Mrs. George Miller, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Larmen Hattle of Scarville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Waller and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waller of Madison, Wls., Mrs. Lou Leeer of East Chain, Minn., Mr and Mrs. Jay Godden of Seneca, anc a number of the postmasters of the county. The community club met at the Marvin hotel Friday evening. Mary Jones and Mildred Palmer Belmond, spent last week at the W. H. Schwietert home. Charles Olson leflt Friday for Tacoma, Washington, where he wil visit his brothers and expects to find work. Luke Miller, Titonka, has been hired as manager of the Burt Co Operative Elevator and is to be gin his duties here about July 1. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and her daughter, Marilyn, and Mrs. Chas Schemmel, Swea City, spent last week visiting friends at Calmar. Mrs. Donald Hammerstrom and baby of Marshalltown, arrived on Wednesday for a several weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. .and Mrs Joe Higglna. . i • • ••••-« i Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weiske left Friday for the Great Lakes Nava: training station, where they visited the Ollom's son, Gerald. A Red Cross first aid class Is being organized here and met at the school house for its'first meeting Friday evening. Dr. Bahne K Bahnson is teaching the class. There were no services at the Persbyterlan church as the Rev. Paul Flgge and family are away on a two weeks'vacation. They were to visit relatives at Wilton Junction and Beloit, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling and daughter, Patty, returned Tuesday from Greenfield, where they had visited relatives. Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and'Phyllis McBride, who had been visiting in Ames, returned home with them. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clfepsaddle and son, Seattle, Washington, and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle who has been visiting them, are expected here Tuesday. Dr. Clapaaddle, who has a commission as first lieutenant, is to report at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., about July 8. Mrs. Harold Hall "and children and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Barbara, spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simonson ire Fort Dodge. Agnes Simonson who had spent a few days here with her sister, returned home with them. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Dickens, and the Rev. H. W. Jackman were dinner guests Friday at the C. B. Chipman home. The Clif- :ons Went from here to Mapleton, Minn., and were to meet their son, Bruce at Mankato on Saturday. The Rev. Clifton was pastor of the Methodist church here a few years ago. LAKOTA FARMER LOSES 800 POULTS IN BROODER FIRE Lakota: When fire Thursday morning, thought to have originated in the brooder stove, burned two brooder houses on the Ray Gordon farm, 2% miles north of here, Mr. 3ordon lost 800 turkey poults. Luck- ly the flames were prevented from ipreading to others of the farm iuildings. Lois Gardner, who is attending summer school at Cedar Falls, will spend the 'Fourth with her parents. The county has been doing some blasting at the Richard Leigh farm where they are blasting stumps preparatory to making a grade frqm the lane to the highway. Mr, and 'Mrs. Tom Larson of Morris, Minn., were guests at the O. A, ipam.'pney and Fre<* Pavis homes. Mrs. Larson is a 'niece 9? Campne j y an$ cousin of Mrs. , son of Mr, an4 Mrs. £). A, <S8j»pney, came last week, from CHendale, OaJif, where hje had been attending an airplan« sebJoL Ife ifft Monday for Omaha; UMLpJfps, are indefinite, He has ^ Jab westing for bl mln Callif hi<a»ke it. m SrS Y/j For three-quarters of a century, the Kossuth County Fair has. portrayed the best of life in this community, from the frontier life to the modern cM- lized period, through war and peace, depression and boom. In its Fourth of July celebration it has been reverent to the mo- tire and thought behind the observance of the ddy. The fair association this year presents its celebration for the upbuild- ing of the morale of those who hare not yet been called to the colors. The association invites all men in uniform to enjoy the fair and the celebration without charge at the gate or grandstand. North Iowa's Biggest and Best Celebration at Algona, July 4 and 5 Afternoon,' July 4—Address Lieut. Governor B. B. Hickenlooper BASEBALL i July 4, Lotts Creek vs. Algona July 5th, Bancroft vs. Lone Rock \ Patriotic Pageant July 4, evening only—The presentations include historical figures and various branches of the service. Circus and Vaudeville Acts HUBERT DYER COMPANY—In a riot of fun. . BRUCE JORDEN—The Master - Mimic with an exhautstless reper- . toire of imitations, WEBER BROS. AND CHATITA— Sensational tight wire novelty. THE GREAT HERBANO — Performing a thrilling elide for life. BOBBY McUEAN'S ICE SKATING BALLET—On Wing* of Steel. MARVELOUS BETTY ON THE SPIRAL TOWER — Combining beauty, skill, and during — a big hit in Chicago recently, Afternoon, July 5—Address Edward J. Breen, Candidate United States Representative RACES Married Ladies' Bicycle Race Business Men's Bicycle Race \ Girls' Bicycle Races < Boys' Bicycle Races .. .-\ • '• MIDWAY RIDES, SHOWS, CONCESSIONS DANCING BOTH EVENINGS IN FLORAL HALL FIREWORKS Gorgeous displays, featuring patriotic theme and brilliant aerial effects Sac and Fox Indians PRESENTING TRIBAL DANCES AND CEREMONIES t ;i Honored Chieftains of the Sacs and of America In Attendance, Gate Admission—22c plu* 3c Fed, Children under plut ,04 Fed. Tim

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