The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 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 30, 1942
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KRAMER-BATTEN WEDDING MONDAY Bancroftj At eight o'clock last Monday morning, Miss Bernlcn Kramer, daughter of Mr, and Mra. John ^Kramer of Whlttomoro, bt>- «nmo tho brldo of Jnmos Hatton, flw of Mr. and Mm. L. C. Hattcn, Jn a very pretty ceremony performed by tho Rev, ,T. H. Schultes at St. John's Catholic church. Miss Dolores Hatton, sister of the bridegroom, and Richard Mcsch'jr a frlohd, attended the couple. Tho ibrldo was attired In a floor-length droM of white sattrt with a shirred bodice and sweetheart neck, a silk tulle flngrof tip veil with a sweetheart crown. Her bouquet consisted of Johanna Hill roses. Her attendant wore a floor length robins egg blue chiffon dress with match- Ing ribbons In her hair and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. At noon a three-course wedding dinner was served at the homo of the bride's parents at Whlttemore, tn the evening tho couple entertained their friends at a wedding dance In the Forester hall. Mr. and Mm. Hattcn will be at homo at the farm home of the bridegroom's father, ^ USED MACHINERY Two H-ft MoCormlck binders One 10-ft MrCormlck-Deerlng binder. Tlio»:> binder.-) nru completely overhauled. Olio st.eel whoel wagon Two ltl-30 I. H. C. tractors I No. •! McCnrmlck Mower One McConnlck-Dccrlng No. 4 separator Oni- 1!>.'M Oldsniobilo c:u' with four new tiros and now battery. Other used separators McCormick-Deering Store AIXJONA Walt Hall, BIfjr. CELEBRATE IN ALGONA and Thursday, July 1-2 ADOLPHE MENJOU • JACKIE COOPER GRANVILLE - GEORGE BANCRO BOSWELL • TED NORTH • TODD J? -'^DUNCAN • HALL JOHNSON CHOIRW Proc/ucet/ and directed by Wiltism D/eter/ CKiv Iw i'h.iip YofJan and Fronl C T,KIS«tHeATRtliRIAOY-T6 SfcRVE YOU WITH WAR BONDS AND STAWP.S Plus L.vU'.-u Mtuvh i-f Time l'"riila> anil Saturday, .Inly Sril-llh UNA // MERKEL GLKNDA KAHRELL ERNEST TRUEX WKfiARn HAMltniH HARRY JAMES US US Mtfift HMttt ANDREWS SISTERS Sun.- Mon. -Tues., THRILLS that only Hop with your funny-bontl July 5-G-7 An July 8-9 Advent uro in Entertainment! 7;i Superb Technicolor! Mffi Music co:iducted by the Gte*t STOKOWSK1! Co-Hit-- A Mirthful Mj'ster>'! G«x>ni<l Skadent in ••THE FINAL RITES FOR MRS. CLEMENT AT BANCROFT Bancroft: Funeral services were 'held on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home and at 2:30 at tho Baptist church for Mrs. J. A. Clement, who passed away Saturday morning at her homo. Tin- Rev. Oswoll Summers had chnrgo of tho services. Pallbearers wore Chas. Hanson, Tom Jacobson, R. J. Doyh> Frank Deltoring, Wilbur Fox and Tom Murphy. Mrs, Clement was born .Tune 27, 1803, at West Point, WIs. She wns united in marriage to J. A. Clemont Oct. 18, 1884. They lived In Sheldon for many years and In 1801 they moved to Bancroft which has since been their home. Surviving are her husband, flve sons, one daughter and two sisters. Tho sons are: John L., Leon, Willlam of Heltlngcr, N. D., Robert of Klldcr and Charles of Algona. Tho daughter Is Mrs. Boss Connelly of Bancroft. Tho sisters are Mrs. Ed Young of San Diego, California, and Mrs. Ada Whitohill of Burt. Seventeen grandchidren and one great grandchild also survive. One daughter, Jesslo and one son, Meade, pre- coded her In death. Went Bend Man Wed* Kama*, Young Lady West Band! ffilmer feanwkft and Miss Bather Matter of Saba'tha Kansas, were married June Si. The wedding was In the Apostolic Chris- tlon church at Sabetha and the ceremony was read by'Rev. Lochnof. Mr. and Mrs. Banwart will make their home In West Bend and will live in the house of Benjamin Zaugg during the time Mr. Zaugff stays at Rockford, 111.' Attending the wedding from West Bend were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Banwart and Edwin, keona/ Alice and Lea. Mr and Mrs. Will Metzger and daughter, Elizabeth and Rev. Joseph Banwart. Mr. and Mrs. George Dlers are tho parents of a 10 pound son born Wednesday nt the Clom Dlors home. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Malloy and son, Roger, of Baltimore, Md., came Sunday for a visit at the John Brink homo. Tho Lutheran ladles served their annual mid-summer chicken dinner at the Lutheran church lawn Thursday. Mrs. Marie Shilling, Helen and Ann of Vyiredom, Minn., spent the week en'd visiting at tho C. M. Baker homo. Lois Johnson left for Washington. D. C., last Thursday, where she will be employed In an office. Her sister, Viola has taken her place at the Carmcan drug store. Mr. and Mra. Glen McCleish nre the parents of twin sons, born last Thursday .alt Ighc O. J, Sbaudcr home. They have been named David and Duanc. Mr. and Mrs. Mo- Clclsli have one other son-. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Whalcn, Joan- Put, and Joe of Mason City, Mi\ nnd Mrs. Dan Lynch and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ind Mrs. T. D. Garry and family. Mrs. Whalcn remained for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hynes nnd family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nieman of Pocahontas. Margaret ind Fred Hynes, Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hynes and family of Curlew. Mr. and Mrs. George Dor- veiler and family, Mr. and Mrs. icandcr Vasko and son, Mr. nnd Urs. Gerald Hutchinson and daughter of Burt at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Fangmau and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fangman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frochle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and family, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Ed Vaske and family, Mr. and Mrs. Qucn-tin Fangman nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaslcc and son, Mr. and Mrs. August Lon- sinjf and daughter, Mrs. Ed Fisher and daughter of Wabassa, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fangman and family of Carroll en-joyed a picnic at the Frank Fangman home Sunday. ILLINOIS YOUTH STRANDED AT SEXTON, BROKE Sexton? A youthful Hitchhiker, coming from Decatur, III,, to Dickons, Iowa, discovered that hitchhiking Isn't aH fun. His previous expedience was hiking about 30 miles. He decided to try a longer distance and carrying, a small suitcase with clothes and purse en- .... . . - . closed one day last week began h's 'hospital corps and has been there journey. He had ridden quite a dls-I" 1 ""*' The new Mrs. »—•->-—• tance and getting out of the car ' ls a graduate of tho Ui Helen Heleh Johnson, daughter 01 and Mrs. Walter Johnson o Mf Algona, became the bride of Merlyn Webb of Grove Springs, Mo., on June 13 in the Methodist parsonage at Lebanon, Mo. Charlene Rath, n cousin of the bride, attended the wedding. The bride was attired In a navy blue street length dress and wore white accessories. The newly weds took a trip to the Ozarlts and to northern Minnesota after which time they spent a few days in Algona with her parents. Mr. Webb will leave tomorrow (Wednesday) for the army. Mrs. Webb will make her home with her parents and will teach school next fall. Married at San iJIcgo— Charles Howard Beardsley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Beardsley of Algona, and Maxlne Cowser of Austin, Texas, were married June 1 In the chapel at the Naval mse <at San Diego, Calif. The Foom Is a 1837 graduate of the Algona high school and attended he University of Texas at Austin, le enlisted In the navy In January f this year at Houston, Texas, and was sent to San Diego with the thoughtlessly loft his suitcase In the car. With no funds, he found It difficult to travel. He stated that ho planned to buy a trip home and was grateful for a warm breakfast and .bed at one home. He also found out that due to amount of small crimes, hitchhikers were not allowed to stay at places open all night. One learns by doing things. W. S. O. (S. ENTERTAINED AT HAMMOND HOME Mrs. Oscar Hammond entertained tho Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service at her home on Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by a Bible verse contaln- "Merciy.F Business meeting was conducted by Mrs. B. E. Sandors. Devotions were led by Mrs. Ford Brcthorst. The lesson wa.s given by Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Tho new "Flag Mystery Sister" club was started by drawing of naimc.i. Guests were Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. John Miller of LuVcrno. A lunch was served by the hostess. There was: a good attendance of members. New Appliances Iowa Cream Si Quirk M.-nl Coal and \\'ood National anil Cliniv Boy .Milking Machines I'hiloo Radios Maying Washers Algona Maytag Co. lMion«< 899 Glenn Crilly Ruth and Hartley Mackintosh of Arnolds Park are visiting at the Harold Hunt home. They are niece and nephew of the Hunts. Mrs. Taylor, who has been vlsit- ng at the W. C. Taylor home for :he past three weeks, returned to 2hariton on Wednesday. She Is Mr. Taylor's step-mother. .Gary Zwiefel, seven year old son >f Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zwiefel, was kicked by a horse on Thursday. He suffered chest injuries and is a patient In the Kossuth hcapital. Mr. and Mrs. David McGregor visited at the John Thompson home at Waukcc, Iowa, on Thursday and Friday. Mr. Thompson was recently Injured and had a broken leg and rib injuries. Beardsley University of Texas. The new Mr. and Mrs. Beardsloy are making their home in San Diego. Farewell for Helen Oorey— Miss Helen Corey was presented with many lovely gifts Wednesday evening at the home of Mra. C. C. Shlerk when she was guest of honor at a farewell party. "Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence Misbach, Mrs. Clark Bennett, and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon. Bridge was the diversion of the evening with the first prize being awarded to Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and the second prize to Mrs. Robert Williams. Out of town guests were Mrs. T. F. O'Haire of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. H. S. O'Rourlco of Flint, Michigan. Miss Corey will leave the first of July for the west coast. Picnic at Park— A picnic breakfast was served Friday morning at the Call State Park with bridge being played at :he home of Mrs. Robert Richardson following the breakfast. Those attending were Mesdames Richardson, S. W. Meyer, I. A. Peterson, H. M. Olson, R. E. Ingham, W. C. [relan, W. O. Rlnggenberg and Miss Jo Ellen Irelan. The first jrize in bridge was won by Mrs. ?ctcrson and the low prize by Mrs. Richardson. The same group played bridge in the afternoon with Jrs. S. W. Meyers winning the first >rize and Mrs. R. E. Ingham the ow. % The opening meetlnff.of the nut. aery achool was held Monday morrt- ing at the home of Mrs. k C. Sprague. The school is held from 8 until 11:30 on week days, dhd the ages range from two years to flve years. / Those attending the first meeting were Mollle Sullivan, Barbara Bourne, Mary Jo Tdrfenoe, Sharon Richardson, Sandra Hat* chins, Janet Keller, David Hutchins, Karen Knudsen, Jerry George and Sheryl Gaddis. __^_ t *. • Birthday Club Meets- Mrs, C. B. Murtagh entertained the members of the Birthday elub Saturday evening at a 6:30 dinner at ehr home honoring the birthday of Mrs. S, E3. McMahon. Those present were Mesdames AI Falken- halner, Mclzar Haggard, , Helen Dickinson, FY L. Tribwn, K. 'pt.. James, M. P. Weaver, and A. L. Peterson, the latter of Hollywood. California. Howard Genrlch Hlnnored— •Richard Woodward, son" of Mr. ind Mrs. Hugh L. Woodward, was lost to several friends at a G:30 dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Howard Genrlch, who is leav- ng the first of July with his parents for Ames. Those attending :he dinner were BUI 'Hpldren, Charles Hardgrove, Dlcfc" Daley. Spencer Shore and the guest of honor. ' . •' Solving; Glut* Meets-— Mrs. Dennis Pratt will entertain , -* M B. J. HertMansb*,,R ft. dfcey, ,, , av. uey Haflan Sl&abee, O. A, Conklin. Oeti- flis P ffttt, Paul Llndhelm arid Hen* ry cope, Mrs. T, F. O'Haire of Washington, D. 0., abd Mrs. Hugh cyRottfke of Flint, Michigan, entertained a smalt group of friends at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. B, ttfst, at 'Sunday night supper frt honor of Helen Corey who leaves guests were present the dlvefslbjj bf ' to A evening -tfeflrtch, son rieh. twetv* fteok i —.i Mrs. A. E. Michel eitteftalfied the members of the Bjodk olutid« Friday afternoon at her Home, The gueste were Mfs. W. O, Modul- lough and Mrs. R. U Gfof r, the latter of Jotlet, 3fll. NEW BASEMENT CATHOLIC SCHOOL FOR ST. BENEDICT St. Benedict: Between 25 and 30 men, trucks and trailers came on Thursday and Friday to work on the school basement preparatory to cementing the basement for a new furnace which has arrived aitd will be erected soon. Thursday, about a foot of ground was cxcnvnt-. ed for coal bins and Friday cement was poured for both these and also in Rev. Neppel's residence coal bin. * * * * * THE MIDWEST Theowne Petty 820 N. Tine Colorado Springs, Colo. She wins the title, the trophy, a $100 War Savings Bond and the trip for tw-j to Hollywood where she will be the RKO Radio Pictures studio guest of lovely screen star Michele Morgan. Judge* in tlu> niuUs: Dr. Irving S. Cutter, Chicago Tribune Snydicate health authority; Miss Barbara Hale, Omar V-Girl Model; Mr. Ciair Fry, Art Director of Brown and Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. ENBICHED OMAR WONDER FLOUR * * * * * David Zittrlfcsch of Algona is spending his vacation with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Penton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olson and children of Storm Lake wer-? visitors Thursday with Mrs. Carrie Erickson. Two brothers, sons of Jos. Braning, were inducted in the army with Wednesday's contingent. One of the brothers, however, failed to pass the physical examination. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiener and children of Rockford, Iowa, visited all day Thursday with Mrs. Wiener's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Grandjennett. On Tuesday Mrs. Ulfers, Mrs. J. Grandjenett, Jr., and Alma of Algona were also visitors there. Word was received here by the parents of Marvin Eichen and Joe Dorr that the boys were not sent to the same roception center. Marvin being sent to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and Joe to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. They were in the June llth contingent. LUKEiJLLEMF TITONKA, TAKES BURT ELEVATORS Tiuinka: Luke Miller has taken the management of the Farmers' Elevator at Burt and will begin his new duties on or about July 1st. His wife and Lawreirce will go to Burt as soon as a suitable place to live is found. The Farmers Society of Burt owns both elevators there and it is a marked promotion for Mr. Miller in taking over the management of the business. The Miller family has lived in Titonka eight years. The sons, Clark and _ Lawrence, have both graduated j from the local high school Mr. > and Mrs. Miller both were very active in all movements for the betterment of the town. Mr. MUUr held the office of commander and adjutant of the American Legion post, was president of the Titonka Good Will club and the president of the Lions club for the past three years. Keep Your CLOTHES In Good CONDITION Keep your clothes in good con- diton—let The Modern clean them regularly. All dirt particles, which wear down the threads of the fabric are removed. The color has new life in it. Buttons are sewed down securely. You can depend on a thorough job! Phone537 Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors , Holines & Clopton ^££ 'ALKALIZING POWDER. > Chokta Vaccination ate fXCLUS/Vf AGENTS /otjjjpl: PRODUCTS Lusby it Giossi Wo Sell War Savings Stamps She doesn't wear a uniform- ...but she is i"n tho thick of war aefrivJyy J«s? the same The telephone operator LLC.S a very important part in speeding up activities to win the war. Many of the calls she handles help to.mak& planes, tanks, bombs and bullets — to produce, process and transport food products — to send an ever-increasing amount of war supplies into distant lands where the war is fought. Farms, factories, mines, mills, army camps, war plants of every kind— her fingers joiitone to another instantly, supplying/ the. voice-to- voice contact which is quickening the nation's. effort. TELEPHONE COMPANY MOftTHWESTERN BELL OIL IS AMMUNITION ... USE IT WISELY) "That gal's gonna make a swell wife for some lucky guy!" • "Some- time ago. she was- smart enough to figure out that it takes two people to keep a car rolling— a careful driver and a skillful service man. "So,, she came in to. see if we would help prolong the life of her car and tires. I showed her our Car Conservation Schedule and explained how cars are built to last well over 100,000 miles it they're cared for. "Know what she said? ... "Okay, Mister—from now on we pamper this car. I'll .bring it in weekly —you look it over and^do what's necessary 1' "... Smart gal—she'll be driving her car a long, long tune. I like to help folks like her. Believe me, the guy who marries her is going to be lucky ... and I don't mean just becaus6 of the car!" * * * Buy United States War Savings Bonds and Stamps to help guarantee victory. Remember, a nation on wheels is a stronger nation. Keep America on wheels—help win the war. To moke yow car* lost long, ran well, team up with these two great standby:— STANDARD RED CROWN GASOLINE—the choice of midwest motorists by a margin of 2 to 1* over any other brand. STANDARD'S ISO-VIS MOTOR OIL ... high in protective powers, low in carbon formation, famous for giving long engine life. Harriet Schram has accepted a position as seventh and eighth grade teacher in the Okoboji consolidated school near Milford. Mrs. Maish.aU Friest and two sons, Jimmie and Donald, returned home Sunday fro«a West Point, Nebr., where they visited the past two weeks with Mrs. Priest's mother. Mrs, N. Bir&ea •* . ALGONA MERCHANTS Offices, Banks, Businesses Will Close July 4th (Drug Stores from I p. m, to 5 p, in.) Friday - July 3rd is Trade Day in » ALGONA * " ' Special Sale*—Special Bargains—Store* open until 10 p, m, on Friday Evening, I Algona Chamber of Commerce ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMBMBHIMHiMiMHMMIHBHMHBBHM^H

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