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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1942
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, ? * The Algona XTpp*!- Des Moinw, Jttgaiuu Iowa, July 11949 ELEVATOR MEN OF CORWITH LEAVE FOR NEW JOBS Corwlth: The R. E. Ferguson fam lly has moved to Titonka, where Mr. Ferguson will be manager o the elevator there for the North Iowa Grain Co. For the past sev eral years Mr. Ferguson has be^r manger at the elevator at Denhart The Denhart elevator was sold recently to a Mr. Davis of California Mr. and Mrs. Bill Escher movet Hast 'week to Mallard, where Mr Escher will be second man at the North Iowa Grain Company elev.i- tor. Mr. Escher has been seconc man at Denhart for the past two years. CORWITH VVOaiEN VISIT WITH RELATIVES IN EAST Mrs. J. Worth Miller and Mrs, P. E. Walley left by bus a week ag-o Wednesday for 'New York where Mrs. Miller will spend several weeks visiting her son, Msx and family, who live at Long Island, N. Y. (Mrs. Walley will visit her brother, who live in New York and also her daughter, Virginia who works in Washington, D. C. MRS. JOHNSON ATTENDS BUREAU CONVENTION Mrs. Albert Johnson was in Des Moines Monday and Tuesday, when she attended a convention held by the State Federation Farm Bureau for the county v chairmen and vice •chairmen. Mrs. Inman of Bancroft is the vice chairman and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod of Ferrton is chairman. Mrs. Weisbrod was not able to attend and Mrs. Johnson substituted for her. CORWITH YOUNG MEN IN NATIONAL CAPITAL Richard Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, is taking a pre-medical course at the George Washington University at Washington, D. C. Richard is rooming with Kenneth Beckman, who is from Corwith. Kenneth is taking training under the F. B. I. The George Glawe family were Sunday dinner guests at the James Sloan home. Mrs. John Wilhite, who was confined to bed by illness, is improving and able to be about again. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirchgatter, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler. spent several days the past week fishing in Minnesota. iGIenice Oxley and Nettie Christensen of Kanawha are visiting with friends in Buffalo, N. Y. They plan on returning home shortly July 4th. Mrs. Gertie Richards of Garner visited at the home of her daugh ter. Mrs. Leo Thompson and fam ily from Sunday until Thursday o this week. Miss Marcella Schubert, studen nurse at the Deaconness hospital, a Marshalltown, spent a week's va cation with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Jake Schubert. Walter Seibert returned to home Friday of last week afte having been in the Mercy hospita at Mason City for the past twc weeks suffering from a severe at tack of asthma. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegati and family attended the Rarrey re union held at Call Park Sunday jJune 28. Because of the hare rainfall, the picnic dinner was serv ed in the shelter house. Mrs. Wayne Trask and daughter Ethel Mae, of Minneapolis are vis iting at the Lorenzo Trask home Sunday the Trask family and thei: guests and Donnie Downing of Ma son City spent the day at Wes Bend. Mrs. Harry Foley was taken to the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodgi last week suffering with a hear ailment. On Monday, June 30 twins, a boy and girl, were born to Mrs. Foley. The Foleys have two other children, a girl and a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trees are vacationing this week at Detroit Enroute to Detroit they spent several days in Chicago. Mr. Trees works for the General Mills Company out of Mason City and Mrs Trees is the clerk at the local post- office. They plan on being gone about ten days. Phyllis and Jerry Jurgenson children of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgenson; Janice Thompson, the Slaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thompson, and Myron Cram, son son of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Cram, were patients at the General hospital at Algona Tuesday, all having undergone tonsilectomies. The Martha circle of the W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. A. J. Barkley Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Elizabeth Jurgenson, assistant hostess; Friendship circle with Mrs. Claude Stull, Mrs. Kate Chase, assistant hostess; Esther circle with Mrs. Ethel Bonnstetter; William Workers with Mrs. Lieuetta Brown and Mrs. Laura Veldhouse, assisting. Moving has been quite general the past week with Corwith resident. Mrs. Jennie June Sawyer has moved back to her own house; Eric Erickson and mother have moved to Mrs. Harris' property; J Worth Millers to the apartment upstairs at the Sanford house; Dr. and Mrs. Suthers to the house vacated by the Erlcksons and the Charles Murr family to the house vacated by the Suthers. ' News Items of Burt Vicinity The Birthday circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ferd Lavrenz. Ruth Meier, Des Moines, spent last week with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Henry Meier. iFern Oesterrelcher visited over the Fourth and the first of the week at Des Moines and Greenfield. Russell Patterson left last Tuesday for Washington, D. C., to visit at the home of his brother, Gardner Patterson. Mrs. L. R. Gordner is working at the (General hospital in Algona. The Gordners are moving to Algona within a few days. The Lutheran Aid met in the church basement Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Delbert Hanna and Mrs. Emil Hasse as hostesses. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Helen Schwietert were Mason City visitors Monday. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert had a checkup at the Park hospital there. Mrs. Bob Hiscockes and daughter, Judy Ann, and Mrs. Hiscockes' father, L. N. Anderson, and a Mrs. Stevenson, all of Britt, were supper quests Tuesday evening at the C. W. Reynolds home. The Carl Bahlings received word Thursday of the marriage of Mr. Bahling's daughter, Dorothy of Forest City to John Reveland of Forest City recently. They are to make :heir home at Newton. Charles Hanna left Wednesday for Jackosnvllle, Fla., after spending a week here being called here by the death of his mother, Mrs. Maudo Hanna. He is in the naval air corps and is stationed at Jacksonville. Dorothy and Mary Jean McDonald took their aunt, Mrs. Elmer tfelson, back to her home at Ames Thursday. She had been here f jr :en days being called here by the death of her sister, Mrs. Maude HCanna. The Emil Hasses, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom, and the Rev, and Mrs. L. Richmann and daughter, Shirley, were entertained at the Ed Welske home Tuesday evening In honor of the Welske's 25th wedding anniversary. The Rev. H. W. Jackman, Joan Chipman and Margaret Officer are attending a Junior Youth camp at the Methodist Camp ground at Lake Okobojl this week. The Rev. Jackman is youth councillor from the Algona district. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City, spent Wednesday night at the Mrs. J. H. Graham home. Friday Mrs. Graham acompanied them to Webster City and went 'on to Marion to visit her sister, Mrs. John Crawford, two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch, who work for the Midwest Studios of Portland, Oregon, came Monday to spend a two weeks' vacation with Mrs. Kollasch's parents. They came here from Michigan, where they have been working recently, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna and children, returned to their home at Nora Springs Tuesday evening. Walter had been here since the death of his step-mother, Mrs. Maude Hanna and Mrs. Hanna and the children had been here since Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle and son left Thursday for Carslisle RETAILERS BOND AND STAMP SALE OPENS AT WESLEY .Wesley: The Retailers Bond and Stamp sale drive started Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock With sirens blowing, the fire truck clanged through town and the town band furnishing appropirate music. Before the close of the day more stamps and bonds were brought here from Brltt and Algona. A contest between merchants of the south side and north side will continue through July. ED RICHES ATTEND BOONE WEDDING TUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ricke and Beatrice Hildman returned home Wednesday afternoon from Boone, where they had attended the wedding of Mr. Ricke's sister, Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ricke, to Edwin Hoffer of Williams on Tuesday morning. Beatrice was one of the bridesmaids. Frank Ricke came with his son to see his father, Henry Ricke, who had suffered a stroke the fore part of last week. MRS. OLAF FUNNEMARK HEADS PHOEBE SOCIETY Mrs. Olaf Funnemark was elected president of the Priscila Phoebe society at their meeting June 24th the baby was born on Sunday, Jun* 2ist. The ti. D. of A. will hold a social meeting Wednesday evening, July 8th. A covered dish lunch-will be served. The lodge now holds Its meetings in the new parish hall in the church basement. •Merman Cook, who makes his Home with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Studer, returned Thursday from a few weeks' visit with friends at George, Iowa, and with his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook at Slpux Fpjlls, a. D. Mrs. Cook and her daughter and her father brought Mr. Cook home. &®y8>&&^^ West Bend News 8 Barracks, Pa., where Dr. Clapsad- j Mrs. George Seaberk was elected die was td report for duty next vice president, Mrs. Carl Pearson, week They had been here since Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Gildner ant- son, John, Waterloo, visited from Tuesday to Saturday at the !Dr. J G. Clapsaddle home. Dixie Darlene Dexter, St. Louis Mo., arrived Sunday for a visit al the home of her aunt, Mrs. Clayton Johnson, and to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs M. A. Dexter. The H. E. Volentines, Truman, Minn., were also here from Tuesday to Wednesday. Mrs. Dexter was Mrs. Volentine's mother. FERGUSON TAKES OVER ELEVATOR AT TITONKA Earl Ferguson is the manager ol tie North Iowa Grain Co. elevator, ucceeding J. L. Miller, who has aken the management of the Farm- rs Society elevators at Burt. Mr. 'erguson has been manager of the 'orth Iowa Grain Co. business at )enhart for some time. He is ex- erienced in the grain business. The tillers will move to Burt as soon after as a suitable home can be found and the Fergusons will take the house where the Millers have lived for a number of years. The Fergusons have one child, a girl who will be in high school next year. Winter Donates Flags to Ramsey Church Titonka: A beautiful set of new flags, one Christian and one American, has been donated by Ubbe Winter to the Ramsey Reformed church in memory of his wife and in recognition of his one son in army service as well as the other boys from this church in the service. There are 12 boys in the service now from this church. The flags are made of a gorgeous silk like material. Card of Thanks We take this means of expressing our sincerest thanks to the many friends and neighbors who with flowers and by word and deed were so kind to us during the recent illness and death of our beloved husband and father. —Mrs. B. A. Erdman and family. 27* MBS. BBUNS ENTERTAINS VICTORY GARDEN CLUB Mrs. Heinie Bruns entertained the Victory Garden club at three tables of 500 Thursday evening in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Dick B. Meyer, Mrs. Fred Adamson, Mrs. Wm. Ward and Mrs. Henry Orthel. Prices were won by Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Adamson and Mrs. Jerry Breen A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at a late hour. • Mrs. Rose Hobbs, Crystal Lake, has been visiting Mrs. J. E. Keil the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falk spent last week end with relatives at Rochester, Minn. pTohrr Godbruff of Forest City spent Thursday night and Friday with the Fred Adamsons. Mrs. Grace Bruer of Lakota ia visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs for a couple of days. Rev. Calvin Schnucker returned home Wednesday evening from Dubuque where he transacted business. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Cooper ami Myrna Rae of Clarion arrived on week end at the parental Charles Cooper home. Robert Fisher of Des Moines arrived Thursday to visit his father John Fisher, and brothers, Kenneth and Stanley. Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and daughters spent Wednesday with her mother, VIrs. Guy Barton and also was a Business caller at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Heinie Bruns motored to Mason City Friday to get her husband and son, Paul, home. Both are employed at the Decker plant in Mason iity. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop, Jr. and Mrs. John Beenken, Gladys iergland and Wesley Meyer spent ^hursday at Spirit Lake boating and fishing. Heiko Boekelman and Menno Fuls were business callers at Algona on ''hursday. They also called on John Ivvanson who is in the Kossuth ho.s- >ital with a broken leg. Mrs. Alvin Honken, Mrs. Henry 'laisier and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer ailed on Mrs. Forrest Manwiller t Wesley, Thursday evening. Bridge vas the entertainment for the eve- ing. Mrs. Harold Miller entertained the U-Deal-M club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. F. G. Elliott was a guest and prizes were won by Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer. Mark Bacon while unloading hay Tuesday at his farm, fell from a load of hay and suffered bruises and shock. He was taken to Buffalo Center hospital and will re-main there under observation for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil are the proud parents of twin boys, weight six pounds and six ounces each. Mrs. Keil is the former Lila Kaphengst of Elmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst. She is at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Lester Callies motored to St. Paul Tuesday to get his wife who lad been visiting her mother for a week. Her mother, Mrs. Gust Krueger, returned home with them and will visit here with them and another daughter, Swalve, Wesley. Mrs. Henry SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs. Elfreda Leland enjoyed a visit last week from her two sons, Richard of Omaha and Robert, former coach at Superior who is now with the armed forces. Dick Krumm, who vacated his position as assistant postmaster last week, is now employed at the Armstrong postoffice. Wm. Wenzel, the meat-cutter at Blomster's grocery, has taken a similar position at Graettinger. Mrs. L. O. McNeill and Mrs. Wm. Leland are among those who are on the sick list. Mrs. McNeill suffered a heart attack last week and Mrs. Leland became ill while washing. It is believed she had inhaled gas from a defective heater. Greta Stone spent last week with Patty Blomster. The two young ladies went to Belle Plaine, Minn., this week to visit Greta's grandpar- eitffcs, who live therej Greta's on a farm near parents formerly lived in Swea City, where Mr. Stone was employed garage. by the Chevrolet FASTER GAINS WITH LESS FEED THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE r-\ Me«t lo lh» mart in Slow CHy/' f ou or* w.lcwiM. HOTEL MARTIN on CONCRETE FEEDING FLOORS Feeding floors made with clean, long lasting concrete yield steady dividends. They make hog raising more profitable by saving feed otherwise tramped into the mud— and by keeping the animals cleaner flnd healthier. No more unMnitaiY mud holes. secretary, Mrs. Guy Dimond, treasurer. Mrs. Esther Skow arid Mrs. Frank Johnson Were appointed on the flower committee. The July meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ole Flom. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison left Friday for a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Nels M. Johnson Is visit- Ing her daughter, Mrs. Esther Skow and 'other relatives here. Herman Bode attended a three- day seed corn convention at Davenport several days last week. More than five tons of scrap rub- .ber have been collected and shipped out from Wesley in the recent campaign. iFather Linus Eisenbacher of Ft. Dodge is spending a two weeks vacation at his parental Ignatius Eisenbacher home. Mrs. Oscar Erickson returned to her home at Elmhurst, 111., Wednesday. She had visited her aunt, Miss Arabella McPherson. The Vee Mullin family are spend- ng a three week's outing at Cass l,ake, Minn. Theron Hansen is substituting on the mail route. Edward Funnemark, who taught at Little Rock last week will teach at Armstrong this year. He is employed at Waterloo this summer. Word was received hero of the leath last week of Harry W. Benson, who for 25 years, was a member of the Kunz, Benson, Achs Co. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hanig of Rapids, Wis., came Wednesday for a visit at his parental George Hanig home over the holiday week end. •Guy M. Butts attended the funeral of Lillian Schneider at Storm Lake Tuesday. Miss • Schneider was warden of the Rebekah Assembly of Iowa. Mrs. Esther Skow entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson and family at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Maynard Swanson, who is home on a furlough. Carol Lee, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer of Corwith spent several days last week at the •home of her uncle and aunt,- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Studer. Mrs. Matt Kellner and infant daughter, Margaret Agnes, were brought home on- Tuesday of last week from a hospital in Britt, where Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Stone and two children spent a few days vacfe- tion at Spirit Lake. E. L. Leigh Is taking a vacation from his mall route. Ted Schmalen Is substituting for him. Mr. and* Mrs. Philip Fisher and two children went to Eureka, 111. to visit at the Emil Fisher home. Dr. John Schutter left on Saturday for Phoenix, Arizona. He is to do Ms interne work iln a hospital there. Miss Edith Affolter of Portland Oregon, concluded a visit of a week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Affolter. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. McDowell went to Sioux Falls, S. D., for a visit with their son, "Bud." He has a position with the government on a project there. Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Mack left June 27th for North Branch, Minn., to attend the wedding of his brother, Martin, who Is a parochial school teacher at Evansville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jurgens and daughter of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and children of Bradgate are spending the week in Minnesota fishing and having an outing. Charles Broevers left for Des Moines to be inducted into the army Ernest Schaffer, who recently enlisted in the Marines, took him there and made inquiry as to when lie would be called. During the past winter, Marcella Falb and Janice Vohs who wrote a play as part of their work in English were in Rolfe to see the production of it by the Ladis Aid society. Janice Vohs is a grandduaghter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Daubendiek and family of Jefferson spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek, parents of Mr. Daubendiek. They also visited ut the home of their son, Robert. Another son, William, who is an electrician in the naval reserve and now home on leave, accompanied them to West Bend. VON BANK FAMILY REUNION AT WEST BEND ON SUNDAY St. Joe:' A Vort Bank family rr- union was held Sunday, June 28th at the Sts. Peter and Paul's Park at West fiend, A picnic supper was enjoyed In the Casino. The occasion was In honor of Sister M. Urusllne of Sioux City and Sister LaSalette of Earlville. Sister Urusline la a sister of the Von Banks and Sister LaSalette a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schallen and a niece of Sister Urusllrie. Others attending the reunion Included: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schallen and family, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. John Origerj Whlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Von Bank and family, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Von Bank and family, Armstrong! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Von Bank and family,' Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Faber .and family, Algona: MDr. and Mrs.~~Afred Miller and Donna Mae, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kisch and family, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, St. Joe; Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Kueph and family, Fiilda, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman and family, St. Joe; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmer and family, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellls of West Bend; Mrs Joe Lamberty of Granville; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wadsley and Franklin of Cherokee; Mr, and Mrs. Harold Origer and 'Donna, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenne and family, ,West "Bend; Mr. and Mrs, John Von Bank and 'family, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kolasch and family, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hundertmark and Catherine, West Bend. Other friends who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kisch and family, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg of St. Joe; Anna Kayser, St. £M| ttfftfy Wdtfe And fafftfly, West fiend! Mr, and ,*!«. *P*ul LudwHg And family, Whltleinofe; Mr. and Mtt, Alvln Faber and family, Whit- iitfcdre, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank were unable to attend due to Mr. Von Bank's illness. West Bend Cream Testers at Mason City fiend: Mr. and Mrs. Joe rlliT, Ohas. B. Thatcher, Mr. Mrs. Conrad tfeisonvMr. and city to attend the a|nuai o* the Iowa State 'Brand Cream* ertes. Mlflfl waWemwaS 6n th&. pro««Mn for a vocal note. Phyllis **a)k vialted- from Monday until Friday with Jo Ann Tin* dall at Woden. 1380011 A. W. AMUNSON OPTOMETRIST Algona, Iowa DRINK AT AN Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of 1 ort Dodge TRAINED MECHANICS QUALITY MATERIALS CHEVROLET J DEALERS j7 • _ . service all makes of cars and trucks SIOUX CITY Concrete improvements coat K> little and are worth to much I They're easy to make—and permanent You'll find a lot of valuable suggestions in our free book* let, "Permanent Form Construction." Paste coupon on penny postal for your copy. Talk to a local concrete contractor on your next trip to town. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 HubbcU Bldf., DC* Moiaei, low* Ptate icad me "Pemmnent F«ra> Cou- »tnictk»". Stt»»t ft R. R. No.. City- Stttf — Read The Want Ada—It LOW COST YOUR CAR OR TRUCK WILL LAST LONGER IF YOU HAVE IT SERVICEDJIEGULARLY-SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER He has trained mechanics. ... He uses quality materials. ... He performs all service operations at reason* able rotes.... It pays to see your Chevrolet dealer for car-saving service because, for years, Chevrolet dealers have had the largest number of trade-ins and, therefore, the widest experience in servicing all makes and models, , . , Better have a check-up today* Originator and Outstanding Leader "CAR CONSERVATION PLAN Phone 200 Kossu Hi Motor Co. ^p^>B|RVBeW| ™Wf ^* f iff The Store That Sells Everything to Wear for Women and Children Special Purchase of Fine Seersucker SUITS Just received/ this morning Joan Miller QGallty Seersucker Suits In plaid or sftrlp — originally made <p sell at $6.60 and $7.95. SUes 9 to 17. '4.95 DRESSES Another shipment of Joan Miller cotton dresses. Higher priced dresses, spedaly purchased to sell at $2i96 and $3i96 SPECIAL PURCHASE FALL - SPORTS - COATS Wonderful buy for the Winter with Zip'N Snap in .-,.., . . ' • -, < ; • Linings 100 percent virgin wool coats in Harris tweeds and fleeces and camel. Also Cavalry twill and novelty wool fabrics and and weaves. The "Zip and Snap" removable linings are of chamoisette, also fine leathers and some with real fur- linings. These are lovely fabrics^-the kind you can't get ,later on—M pick your coat now. i Buy Now on Our "Layaway" Plan SUMMER SLIP SALE Crepes, Satins We Just have too many of these slips. The celling price is $1.49, but we must cut our stock, Sizes 82 to 42, tea rose and white. $|I6 Tailored—lage trim. These are Ipvely slips, but we have too large a stock. Ceiling price is $2,45 but to reduce our stock—we are selling- them at only See ttw» New gujnm Special purchase Mj Selling f S

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