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Tha Algona Uppw Des Koines, AlgottA, Iowa, July 7,1942 BANCROFT CCC CAMP BINDINGS BEING REMOVED •Bancroft: Sixty workmen arrived in Bancroft Tuesday to remove thfi buildings from the old CCC camp. All other equipment had been previously moved. The buildings will be taken down In sections and moved to Alaska for use by the Public Roads administration. The work will probably be completed by the end of the week. It. O. MENTtE IN CRITICAL CONDITION Mrs, H. G. Menke Is in a critical condition at her home here follow. ing a fall on Wednesday of last- week, Her condition improved following the fall and Tuesday of this week she felt pretty good. Early "Wednesday morning she suffered a relapse and all of the children were Immediately called. James Egan and James Welp are spending this week at Camp I*ady of the Lake at Okobojl. • Dorothy Lattipe »eft Saturday evening for 'National City, Calif., to 'visit her brother, Edward and where she will work. Edward Hamilton, Omaha, Nebr., arrived home to visit at the parental home of Mr, and Mrs. H. G. Hamilton. (Billy, Shirley and Kenneth Goche, children of Mr. and Mrs. Art Goche, had their tonsils removed at the Algona hospital Saturday: Mrs. M. A. Saunders left Monday for a few days' visit at the A. J. Cogley home at Algona arid at the Russel Saunders home at Brltt. Mary Arm and Matilda Stork of "Washington, D. C., and Alma Stork of Des Moines came last Monday for a visit at the parental Anton Stork home. Patricia Whalen, Mason City, came Thursday after her mother who had spent since Sunday visiting at .the T. D. Garry home and with other relatives. James Cink, Naval Training school at Great Lake, 111., spent the week end visiting at the borne of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cink and family. Mr. and Mrs K. R. Ditsworth are the parents of a son born last Tues- Qehel-powereo' gioM roilt b lo on eU fashioned burner. ICi n*w throughout, i flanlonet New day. He has been- flamed Larry Lee. The Dltsworth have 'one other child, a daughter. (Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClelsh and dinner guests at the thewlfO twin sons were dismissed front the C. J. Stauder home Saturday and are now at the V. H. Mescher home. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Lerrslnij and family returned Saturday evening after, spending a week visiting at Oold Springs, Osakls, Greenwald, St. Cloud and Wabassa, Minn. J. K. MysenbUrg and M. Meysenburg left Saturday for their home at Alameda, Wls., after attending the Kramer-Hatten wedding and visiting a few days at the L. C. Hatten home.. Mr. and Mrs. George Foth and sons of Llvermore, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker and Callsta were Sunday dinner guests at the Maurice Bernhard home. Maynard Bolster, formerly of Bancroft, la opening a dine and dance place In Fairmont, Minn., which will be nkown as "Bunny's" and Is located four blocks north of the Gilbert Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke Mrs. Alva Kohler and Mrs, Arnold Schlltz spent Friday in Sioux City visiting with Sister Baptlsta who la a patient in the hospital there. Mrs. R. L. Wiliamson accompanied them and visited with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Seeney entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlts- iwonth and family of St. James, Minn., Mr. and^Mrs. Archie Ditsworth and family of East Chain, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ditsworth and family of Swea City at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. G. A. Pearson, Mrs. Oscar Pearson, Mrs. Robert Dransfedt, Mrs. Verne Austin and Meredith attended a recital at Algona Friday given by the pupils of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. LuVerne Austin took part and played a ,two part piano arrangement, "Majesty of the Deep" with another pupil. Former Irvington Girl Wed in Seattle Irvington: Miss Olive Magonegal, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Magonegal was united in marriage last Monday morning at Seattle, Washington to Daniel Needham. Mr. Needham has employment at tHa navy, ship yards In Seattle. Following a short honeymoon to Vancouver and Victoria in Canada, they will reside in Seattle. Prior to Miss Magonegal's recent trip west she lived with her parents who are tenants for Edw. Mawdsley. The original Magonegal home is at Stigman, s. D. \ FREE 50 Beauty Culture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at once, '' License of Slbuf 1 . !r° :*ege La Beauty Culture Mason City, la. 22-tf FINAL Rim FOR C. 0. PETERSON LAKOTA FARMER Lakota: Carl Oscar Peterson was born In Sweden, October 2, 1678. He came to this country when he was four years old, living first at Pecatonlca, 111., and later In Marcus, Iowa. / He moved to the vlcnlty of Swea City in 1864 and the past nine years at the present home near Lakota. Mr. Peterson was a member of the Kossuth county board of supervisors for nine yeara; he was chairman of the Ledyard township farm bureau for several years and has for many years been an outstanding farm bureau member. He was a leader <of the Lakota 4-H calf club at the time of his death. He was confirmed in the Zion Lutheran church and has been a faithful church worker. He was a member of the Masonic Order for the past 19 years. He died at the Bufalo Center hospital Monday, June 29th, following a three days illness and major operation at the age of 83 years, 8 months and 27 days. He Is survived by his widow, Bena Elman Peterson, to whom he was married February 19th, 1912; 5 sons, Cecil of the U. S. service; Jakle and Charles, living at Lakota; Richard at Camp Polk, La., and Wallace at home and one daughter, Lois, also at home. Also four grandchildren, 2 brothers, J. P. Peterson and A. R. Peterson, both 'of Swea City, a sister, Mrs. Ole Roalson of Swea City and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the home at one o'clock Wednesday afternoon and at Emanuel Lutheran church at 1J30 p. m. with the Rev. H. School, German Valley, 111. In charge. A mixed quartette, of Swea. City, and the Rev. and Mrs. ft. G. Sftuer of Lakota, sang. Bearers were fidw. Fosgren, Myron Johnson, 6. L. Thofson and Andrew Larson of Swea City and Steve Powers and Wade Ball of Lakota. He was buried in the Swea City cemetery. WABBURTON8 AND MRS. SMITH AT BURLINGTON Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and Mrs. Delia Smith attended funeral services at the John Pink home last week Monday for their daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Lois Zager of Burlington, Iowa, who passed awny very suddenly from a heart attack. Mrs. Zager was married last December and was only 24 years 'old. She was a granddaughter of David 'Pink of Lincoln township, who is 93 years old and is in the best of health. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith visited friends at Swea City last week Monday evening. Mrs. Harvey Reid and son, Algona, Visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis last week. Mrs. Jakie Peterson was taken ill last week Tuesday night with an attack 'of pneumonia but is improving. Edgar Bafll arrived latt week Wednesday from Wadsworth, Kansas, for a visit with his brother and Wife, the Wade Balls. , Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton of Kansas City, Mo., came last week Tuesday to be with Bill's father, 'Samuel Warburbon, who is now critically ill. Sue Ellen, adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schlssel came Monday to make her home with her new parents. Her brother, Joseph, has been here for several weeks. Mrs. N. F. Grote entertained the Methodist Woman's society at the parsonage last Week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Warburton had charge of devotions and Mrs. Harry Mussman was president pro tern. EDMUND O'BRIEN, WHITTEMORE, WEDS FRANCES HURLEY AT ELKADER, IOWA «<•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ GIRLS! GIRLS! Now you have the opportunity to-do hand pollihiation work for Pioneer., Production of hybrid seed is doubly important in war time. Call at our office for registration and information. i Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Kennedy & Parsons Building, Algona ON HAND Week Old Leghorn Pullets ^17 Per • hundred Two Weeks Old MA AA Per 191 *F.W hundred Three Weeks Old Whlttemore: Miss Frances Hurley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Hurley of Elkader, and Edmund O'Brien, son of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien of Whittemore, were married on June 24th at 9:30 o'clock in St. Joseph church at Elkader, the Monsignor James P. Taken officiating. The bride was gowned in a white mouseline de sole dress with a short jacket, both with insertions of lace. Her finger tip veil fell from a tiara crown. She wore a tiny heart gold-shaped locket, a gift from the bridegroom and she car- l-led a bouquet of white lilies. Miss Catherine O'Brien of Fort Dodge, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid arrd was gowned in mouseline de sole pink dress, fashioned with lace insertions. A short pink veil fell from a flower crown and her shoulder corsage was of pink carnations. (Bernard Hurley of Toledo, brother' of the bride, attended the •groom as best man. The ushers were Wm. Roethler of Elkader, cousin of the bride and Hubert O'Brien of Wesley, brother of the bridegroom, Ann O'Brien of Algona, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. Her dress was floor length and made of aqua green net over taffeta. It was' trimmed with small rosebuds and rose ribbon streamers. Michael Barry of Mapleton, nephew of the bride, carried the rinsr. His suit featured a-blue coat with linen trousers. Acolytes at the nuptial mass were Florian Casaut and John Miller of Elkader, May Rita Ehrhardt of Rolfe, acompanied the organ and as the bridal party entered the church she played the March Pontificate with her sister, Eileen Ehrhardt of Elkader as violinist. During mass, Martin Penneton of Elkader sang as a solo "O Sacred Heart of Jesus, I Place My Trust in Thee." Bea 'McNelll of Post- vllle, cousin of the bride, sang Schu- berts "Ave Maria"?. During the Communion a trio composed of Martin Penneton, Bea McNeil and Eileen Ehrhardt sang "Mystery of Love." May Rita Ehrhardt accompanied the organ for these selections. • iBoth the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom wore navy and white dresses with matching accessories and shoulder corsages. A 11 o'clock wedding dinner was served by the Christian Mothers and Daughters society of St. Joseph parish In the 'K. C. hall to 80 guests, the tables being decorated in pink and white. A wedding reception followed the dinner at the home of the brldo'a parents. The home was decorated with baskets ,6f garden flowers. The couple left on a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells and Chicago. The bride's going away costume was a black and white suit, with con- trasting accessories. Upon their return the young couple will live on the farm of the bridegroom's mother one and a half miles north of Whlttemore. The bride is a graduate of'St. Joseph high school of Elkadfer and of Clark College of Dubuque. She has also taken graduate work at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and Iowa State college at Ames. For the past eight years the bride has been employed as home economic teacher and principal in the high schools of Whittemore and Des Moines township at Rolfe. Mr. O'Brien has been an active and industrious farmer since his graduation from Presentation Academy of Whittemore. The guests who! aittendfed the wedding from here were Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mr. - and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien of here, Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and daughters, Joyce and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and daughters, .Catherine, Theresa of Algona, Mr. and Mrs'. Hubert O'Brien of Wesley, and Miss Catherine O'Brien of Fort Dodge. MB. AND MRS. BAAS WED FORTY-FIVE YEARS / Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Baas were pleasantly surprised on their 45th wedding anniversary Tuesday June 23. Those who were present included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell of Guckeen, Minn., Mrs. Helen Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. John Ketelsen and daughter, Nlorma, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ketelsen, Harry, Sadie and Edna Ketelsen, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hogan, William Baas, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baas and family, Elaine, Betty, Rose and Patty Ketelsen, Henry Wolfe and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and sons, Donald and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. George Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baas and daughter, Judy, and Mr. and Mrs. William Kuecker, all of West Bend, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and son, Paul, Miss Frieda Discher, Prof, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Baas, Mr, ; and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son,,Raymond and daughter, Elenora, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber and son, Melvin, Emma Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Loenard Meyer and son, Gerald, Mr, and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son, Walter, of Whittemore, Mrs. Minnie Barmann of Rodman and Mrs. Minnie Kreos of Minneapolis. The Rev. Discher gave a talk and congratulated Mr. and Mrs. Baas on this happy occa- sion. They received many beautiful gifts, Lunch was served later in the evening by the immediate family. Alfred Meyer is confined to his bed with yellow jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, their daughter, Susan, arid son, William of Rolfe were dinner guests at the Herman Voigts' Saturday. Evelyn Voigt who spent last week at the Johnson home, returned home with them. Mary Jane Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, who has been employed at the Congressional Library in Washington, D. C., has been transferred to Chicago, where she will continue In the government work as a junior typist. Those from here who attended 'the funeral of August Meyer, 72, nt Pomeroy, Wednesday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs William Meyer and son, Ernest, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and August Gade. Esther Discher from Wall Lake, Is spending a week at the home of her brother, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher. Norman Discher, who has been visiting with relatives at Wall Lake, returned home with his aunt, Miss Discher. Frieda Discher, another sister of the Rev. Discher, has been visiting here the past there weeks. She will return to Dennlson the fore party of July. A group of women pleasantly surprised Mrs. Emelle Slems, Saturday June 27th, on her birthday. Those present were Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mrs. Herman Gade, Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Louisa Nlssen, Mrs. Fred Lehman, Mrs. Dietrick Cordes, Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mrs. Art Heidenwith, Mrs. Chris Meyer, Mrs. William Meyer and Mrs. Carl Ostwald of here, Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl of West Bend, Mrs. Vottler, Mr. and Mrs. George Slems and daughter, Shirley, of Fenton, Mrs. Herman Haack, Mi's. Carl Beck of Fairville, Mrs. Ida Kuecker and daughter, Lucille, Mrs. Noah Reisner and daughter, Katheryn and Mrs. Herman Reisner of Algona. The afternoon was spent playing bingo which was followed by a delicious lunch served by the daughters of Mrs. Siems. TITONKANEWS Mrs. Helo Boekelman, Jr., is ill with the chicken pox. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett were business visitors in Algona Saturday afternoon. The Ben U. Meyers and the Senus Isebrands helped Mrs. Dick Sleper celebrate her birthday Tuesday evening. Mrs. Herman Tapper of Thompson is visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. F. G. Eliott and other relatives a few days. i Beryl Bonacker left Wednesdxy, morning from Algona for Woodburn, Oregon, where he will visit his grandparents, Mr. an'd Mrs. Soren Nelson and,other relatives and be employed In a cannery. Mrs. Lyle . Tryon and daughter, Karen, of Bellflower, California,, arrived here recently for an extended visit with Mrs. Bessie Tryon and family and with the Roy Mann family near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Fisher and family of Chicago visited with the Frank Fishers Wednesday. On Thursday the Frank Fishers accompanied the Linus Fishers to their cottage at Cear Lake for a day of fishing and boating. Mrs. Harry Beed entertained the Thursday bridge club Thursday afternoon. The guests were Mary O<»sterreicher, Mrs. Wm. Ward, Mrs. Carl H. Callies, and Mrs. Edward Sathoff,. Prizes were won by Mrs. Won. Boyken and Mrs. Frank Clark. BERNARD BODE, NOW FIREMAN 3C, WITH U. S. NAVY Union: Bernard Bode, fireman 2C stationed at the University of Minnesota, writes that he and the other sailors stationed there took an 80 mile cruise up the Mississippi river last week end. He states the trip was very enoyable The purpose of the outing was to acquaint the boys with life on the water. There were 12 ships and they sailed in formation. They went by car to Prescott, Minn., where they got on their ship and proceeded to Red Wing and on to Lake Peppin. Last Tuesday and Wednesday Chester Bailey had some alfalfa hay baled. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lindsley of Fort Dodge spent the 4th and 5th with Mrs. Llndsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bode. Lawrence Gisch filled silo last week with sweet clover for silage. Martin Eischen, Cresco twp., and Walter Heerdt and John Glsch assisted. Mrs. Don Boevers joined her sister, Mrs. Richard Synder of DRS Moines and her mother, Mrs. Giffcn of Fenfcon spending last week at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and their children of Sioux City arrived last Wednesday at the Chester Baileys on their annual summer vacation which will extend over the fourth. A new barn recently completed on the Mame Winkel farm has been followed by a new garage. These are two very fine improvements. The farm is tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds, Jr. Mrs. Fred Davis, Loraine and Clarice Campney were hostesses on Friday, July 3 at a miscellaneous shower In honor of Opal Sabln at the Davis home. Miss Sabin and Harold Campney were recently married. Mrs' Walter Heerdt, Mrs. Louis Bode, Ruth Heerdt, Joan and Kathryn Bode were callers at the Joe Arndorfer home In Cresco township last Wednesday afternoon. They visited Mrs. Albert Gould and her baby daughter who had ust returned a day or so previous from an Algona hospital and who were at the home of Mrs. Gould's parents. The little one has been named Nadine Veralyn. Carmen Egesdal spent FrWay with her grandmother, Mrs. -Guy Barton. • ^ALKALIZING POWDER > Choleia ^Vaccination aie fXCLUS/Vf AGENTS Lusby & Giossi We Sell War Savings Stamps S & L CO. NOTICE The Board of Directors of Algona Independent School District, Algona Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 22,1942, at 8 p. m., at Algona High School. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1942, and ending June 30,1943, A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing, FUNDS hundred Hamilton Hatcheries BAJTOROFT and TITONKA General I 2 Expenditures for Year 3 !i ...$ 87,995 * 90496 $ 92,000 * 11,300 f 80,700 tai venerai inuta t 87,^SS s 80,496 s, 92,000 None $ 11,300 $80,700 poisjte .,.» 4,609 7i e Sclwwl Kpuse (voted) 4,000 Bonds and Interest Jl,44fl 10,865 13,770 Total School House ,' 15848 10,865 17,770 17,770 Total AH Purpagaa 4103,«ii $101,351 $108,77Q jfon0 $ 11,300 i 98!470 r of persona 01 scnooj age , 1942 .. Money and Credits, 1042.. , .» mm Summer's loveliest Sqve tremendously on theie famoui Carolynne and Eleanore Shoes right at the very ttqrt of lummerl 9 & \!\ Regular Uw Ceiling Price 3.98. At '/4 Off you save -M5., . ,99-. -3.45 ,2,99 Ifce shortest thotf on At tltfetl Spoolers, Combinations, Mallheadt, wMi open toes, cloted toes, "bowpl" tots) *« b*el height,' Irvington Report* New Weed Varieties Irvington: Wallace McArthur, Sr., weed commissioner, has been making the rounds of each farm in the townships of Irvington, Cresco, Union and Plum Creek Investigating the weed situation. Those being looked for now are Canadian this ties and creeping jenny. The law states these obnoxious weeds must be destroyed and if the land owner does not take such precautions, measures so they may not become scattered, the charge for labor of hiring them exterminated will be charged against the land. Many farmers are finding weeds this season entirely new to this community, It being that the seeds are brought In by biros and wind. A fellowship .meeting was hold at the Olaf Mlcklesdfl home on Friday evening. Blanche Olson played a baritons solo at the annual locker meet- Ing at Rlngsted Monday night. Delores Wilberg has spent the past week visiting at the homo o* her aunt, the Ronald Carneys, neat 1 Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mildred and Henry Wtlberg were recent visitors at the Carl Hauge home near Lelaitd. Otto Wilberg is recovering from a siege of pleurisy. He became suddenly ill Monday night. At this writing he is much improved. YovrSi.LCO.Ston "/ know a *tf>v **&S!P I'll be of S & L bright and early for mine. Imagine gaffing on actual $4 Shoe for jusf.. -No. 737 Cord Sol* -No. 731 leather fete TMi Pr!t» Thursday, frlduy * Saturday Only! 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