The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1942
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fjV >•>' TITONKA YOUNG COUPLE WED IN YUMA. ARIZONA Titonka: Doris Krantz, daughtf of R. L. Krantz, and Cark Miller o Los Angeles, Calif.-, son of Mr. an Mrs. J. L. Miller of Titonka, wer married Saturday, June 27th, a 10:130 In the morning at Yuma, Ar zona. The double ring ceremon was used. The bride wore a costume dull o beige and aqua with beige hat an ' accessories. The groom wore a ta suit. Both the bride and groon were graduated from the Titonk high school and both attended low State college at Ames. Mr. Miller has been employed a the North American Aircraft plan for the past year and a half. They will make their home at 10269, San ta Monica Blvd., West Lea Angeles California. 'Dr. Pierre Sartor and Louis Oes terreicher drove to Mason City 01 Wednesday to meet Mrs. Sartor win returned from a six weeks' visi with relatives at Chicago and Mil waukee. Rubber amounting to 1550 pound, was collected by the members o the Ramsey Reformed church, ant the money is to be used to purchase New Testaments for the boys tha leave for camp to take military training. Two missionaries, Miss Jean Nlenhuis, missionary nurse from the Amoy Station, China, from the Hope and Wilhelmine hospital, anc Rev. B. M. Luben, missionary teacher from Tokyo; Japan, spok and gave an illustrated address at the Ramsey Reformed church Sunday. The "Up and Coming" 4-H club of German township held a pol luck supper and wiener roast al the home of their leader, Mrs. Karl Sunderman, last Wednesday evening. After supper the girls played games and Mrs. Sunderman took pictures of the girls kneeling around the campfire. Everyone had an enjoyable evening. Mrs. Donald Buffington, the former Dorothy Budlong, was honored at a post-nuptial shower at the Goo. Peterson home Tuesday afternoon, Dorothy Peterson and Harriot Sclirnm being the hostesses. The afternoon was spent playing a game, "Building the Bride's House". Janet Blanchard and Marilyn Peterson brought the bride her gifts in a wagon. A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were honored Monday evening when 35 members of the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary had a farewell party at the Legion hall. Contest games and a social hour was spent with lunch being served. Howard* French, as representative of the two organizations, presented the honoree with a gift. Mr. Miller began working July 1, at the Burt elevators where Mrs. Miller and Lawrence will move as soon as living quarters are obtained. Former Teachers are VPed—• The following account was give In the Des Moines Register Mon day of the marriage of Miss Jull Hillestad to Jordon Johnson, hot former teachers In the Algon schools. Miss Julia Evelyn Hlllestac daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hlllestad of Des Moines, and Jor don .T Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrc -J. K. Johnson of Randall, Iowa were united in marriage June 28 Central Lutheran church. The Re 1 A. Paulrud of Randall, Iowa, per formed the candlelight ceremon at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. H. E. Craft of Slater, Iowa played the organ and Miss Alvin Johnson, sister of the bridegroom sang. The bride was given in marrlag by her father and wore a gown o white brocaded satin, made princess style with a sweetheart neck line and train. Her fingertip vei was held In place with a wreath o orange blossoms and she carried shower, bouquet of Johanna HI! roses, orange blossoms, stepanoti and blue delphinium. Miss Mildred Hillestad was mal< or honor. She wore a gown of white net made with a lace bodice, ful skirt and cap sleeves. Her head piece was of gardenias and steph anotis and she carried pink roses Carl Johnson of Lake Mills, Iowa attended his brother as best man A reception followed at the horn of the bride's parents. Married at Kansas City— Dorothy Jane Norman of Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs B. A. Norman of Algona, became the bride of Stanford Lee Pruitt son of Mrs. Vallie Pruitt of Kansas Jity, Missouri, Saturday, July 4 at Kansas City, in a double ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Masjilyn Norman of Des koines, sister of the bride, and Elmer Pruitt, brother of the groom The bride was attired in a blue itreet length dress with white ac- :essories and wore a corsage of 'OSes. Her attendant was attired n a peach colored dress with blue iccessories and also wore a corsage f roses. • ' The bride is a graduate of the. Llgona high school and attended lie A. I. B. at Des Moines where he has been making her home ince that time. Out of town guests who attended le wedding were Mr. and Mrs. H. , Norman of Algona and Marilyn Gorman of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt will make heir home at 1202 East 45th St., n Kansas City. Sabln-Oampney Wedding— A very pretty wedding took place Sunday at two o'clock at the Methodist church when Opal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin of Algona, became the bride of Harold Campney, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Campney of Algona. Rev. J. C. Buthman officiated. While the guests assembled, Mrs. E. E. Attelson played the organ. The couple entered to the strains of the wedding march. They were attended by Clarice Campney, sister of the groom and Carl Peters. The bride's gown was a white satin floor length dress with a finger tip veil. Her flowers were white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a blue floor length gown with white accessories and white carnations. A reception was held at the Campney home for relatives and friends immediately following the ceremony. The.couple will leave today (Tuesday) for Glendale, California, whert the groom is employed. 4th Birthday Celebrated— Marcla Cowan was four years old Thursday and in honor of the occasion entertained several little friends at a party. Those attending the party were Sue Sprague, Barbara Bourne, Ruth Shlerk, Catherine Hutchins, Peggy Morrison, Jerry George, Mary Jo Torrence, Adele Herbst, Sandra Hutchins, LaVonne Wlnkel, Linda Smith and Judy and Sally LaVallle. Marcla is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan.. —o— Family Dinner at McEnroe's— Helen and Julia McEnroe entertained several people at Sunday dinner at their home. Guests were Mrs. William Higgins of Whittemore, Lt. and Mrs. William B. Hig;ins of Colombus, Georgia, Mr. and VIrs. Robert F. Schmidt and Sis- ;er Mary Mercedes of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sylvester and family of Sioux City, Frank McEnroe or" Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mcinroe also of Algona. Auxiliary to Install— The members of the American region Auxiliary will meet Monday evening, July 13, at the Legion MAX PATTERSON, LUVERNE,WTrt SPENCER FIELD' , tmverne: Max Patterson left last' Tuesday for Spencer where he will have employment as mechanic jtor the air force detachment at the Hunter Flying Fled there, Me has recently completed a cours"e. of training at the Swallow Airplane School at Wichita, Kansas. Mrs. Patterson left the -first of this week tot Spencer where they have rented an apartment. Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, D. Broadte, late of Granger, will make their h'ome here but the Patterson Electric Shop will be closed for the duration. Robert Chapman was home from Ames last Thursday. Beverly Smith spent a few days at home last week. She has been employed at the Taft home In Des Moines. Jean Mosher, who is attending a business college In Cedar Rapids, came home last Wednesday for a vacation. •Norman Wegner who Is clerking at Barker's drug store In Algona, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner last week. The Walther League of Livermore entertained the LuVerne league members at a roller skating party last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. D. Voss Is seriously ill at her home In North LuVerne. Fred Schneider has been confined to his fMH arid Mrs. Cora Rafley wef Wiifsday guesw-at the Clias. Eatia Home at trtvermofe. "'ffiTss Blfdlfe Scfiultl.w&s ah ove th6 Fourth visitor with her parents Mr. and Mrs,, John SflhUltz. Bird! Is attending summer school at Ceda Falls. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oremmel an Mr. and Mrs. R. F, Perry spent th holiday week end sightseeing 1 eastern Iowa and .visiting relative in Illinois. The three young daughters o Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eddy of Aure Ha are visiting in Irvington wit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Headley. Mr. and Mrs. LWls Myrtle o Qsage were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. Ben Terhune. The Myr ties and Terhunes were chldhoo friends when'all lived at Comptori 111. all to install officers. The annual eport will also be given at this ime. Mrs. Tom Halpin's division vill serve. Bible Class to Meet— The Woman's Bible class of the iongregational church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home f Mrs. Soren Didriksen. Everyone s-asked to bring a covered dish. home by illness since last week Tuesday. Mrs. Belle Umlari'd visited .her sister, Mrs. T. L. Williams, last week. Her home is In Wyoming, but she has been visiting, at her former home at Otho. Ruth Llchty, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Lichty and Josephine Donelson visited relatives at Guthrie Center and Des Moines Friday. Supt and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, Galva, were dinner guests at the Supt. Strlbleys last wtek Tuesday evening. Mr. Campbell is a former superintendent at Wesley. The LuVerne Cemetery Association will hold the July meeting next Leroy Stoffel Now In Hawaiian Islands Union: Word came last Thursday from Private Leroy Stoffel who was s. draftee from Algona and a former Union boy, that he had arrived safe- 'ly on the Island of Oahu in the Hawaiian group. He was stationed here at Camp Wolter, Texas. He •wrote his parents he liked it there. He has been assigned to truck duty. His mission is to deliver food to the various companies. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel, -Jiow Plum Creek residents. LEG FRACTURE IS SUFFERED BY TITONKA MAN Titonka: John Swanson suffered n broken leg Wednesday morning when he was caught between the bumper of his car and a cement wall. He was at the John Bockol- man farm getting a load of cobs when the accident happened. was taken to an Algona hospital. He BEND FOLKS VISITING ARMY CAMPS IN SOUTH West Bend:. Merle Brown, Dale Morey, Bennie and Ernest Schafer, Miss Eleanor Schafer and Miss Charlotte DeGrote left for a trip of two weeks through southern and eastern states to visit at army camps. They will visit Harold Morey at Camp Shelby, Miss., who is a brother of Dale Morey. At Camp Allen, Norfolk, Va., the group will visit William Schafer and they hope to see Harvey Mertz, who is also from West Bend and stationed at the same camp. Otto Schafer is an air mechanic at Moody Field in Georgia, where they expect to go also. Another brother of the Schafers is in the navy and now in New' York, but they have doubts as to being able to see him. Mrs. Jerry Schuttcr and son, David, spent last Sunday in Lakota. Mrs. Mary Collins returned to hyr home after an extended visit,. at Des Moines and Ames. ' (Donna May and Maxine Zinger of Goldfield spent the week at the Andrew J. Jensen home. Mrs. Bertha Looft of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of her brother, Jerry Schutter. Charles B. Thatcher was in Mason City Thursday to a meeting of the Iowa State Creamery, Inc. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eli Grimm on Sunday, June 28th. This is their 12th child . REPORT OF CONDITION Iowa State Bank A, •„ i-hP <Wnte of Iowa organized under the laws of the State of Algona, m the State or low ' l j j ,",= . R CS(n . ve System, at the close of of Iowa, and a member of the Federal Bcative by ^ ^ business nn made by the Bank of this to the provisic Code of Iowa. Published in accordance tixes ao \ ?* he Fede ^ a , Reserve System, pur- Federal Reserve Act and Section 9231, ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts (including $1,123.12 overdrafts! .............................. ;•••.""":'. ........... j;' 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ................................. ••• 5 Corporate stocks (including $3,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .......... . ..... ••••••; ..... 6 Cosh balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection .................................. ••• ....... 7 Bank premises owned $15,000.00, furniture and fixtures $4,950.00 .......................................... $ 891,009.69 92,000.00 3,000.00 1,286,936.?0 19,950.00 M . TOTAL ASSETS 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ......................... • ...... 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................................ 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions . 17. Deposits of banks .............................................. •••••• 18 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) .................................................................... $3,392,895.99 $1,694.464.69 0,670.59 258,273.44 187,325.04 4,072.95 Genese and Harriet Robinson of Pocahontas visited relatives .ind friends in West Bend this week. Miss Edna Anliker returned to her home at Roanoke. 111., after a visit with her father and other relatives. Miss Shirley Bell of Rolfe is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Edna Hayne, who is employed at Jensen & Bolstad store. Miss JoAnn Denninger returned to her hom,e at Manly after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anliker. Harvey Zinnel of Humboldt has taken Lester Wehrspann's place at the Skelly oil station owned by Louis Balgeman. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pierce and son, Richard, of Minneapolis, visited Mrs. Pierce's aunt, Mrs. Chas. DeWitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Thacker and son, Dean of Rock Valley, were visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thacker Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Walton Falb visited the E. W. Anliker home in Primghar. Miss Shirley Anliker is recovering from a recent appendix operation. Kermit Mendell came from Alden, Sunday to get his wife and daughter, Karen, who had been- visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frieden. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hickey, Mrs. Frieda Kempfer, Miss Hanna Bugelmann of Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Eichler. Quentin Kongsbach of Ackley spent the week end visiting his mother, Mrs. Alma Kongsbach. He is conducting the Ackley band during the summer. Robert Roberts of the Great Lakes Naval training camp who is spending the week with his father, B. L Roberta, left for Minneapolis to visit with friends there. Harlan Gearhart of Gary, Ind., and Miss Alvira Fiegel of East Chicago, Ind., have been spending a few days at the home of Mr. Gearhart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart. Mrs. Ray Bell and Miss Maidfi McCullough visited Mrs. C. E. Grove Wednesday. Mrs. Bell expects to go to Washington next Tuesday to see her son, who was injured in an airplane accident severa weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Emer Sander and son, Norman and Mrs. Minnie Mannis returned to their homes at Hammond, Thursday afternoon at the hall. Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mrs. Wm. Woito, Mrs. Bernard Wolf and Mrs. Chas. Wolf are to be hostesses. Wm. Ellis accompanied his daughter, Mrs. Nelle O'Connell and her daughters, Marilyn and Maurine to Chicago Thursday. They will spend a couple of weeks with Dr. and Mrs. Edw. Greenway there. Word has been received that Leo Lichty, formerly LuVerne, but for the last year at Spencer 'is now at Sioux Falls, S. D., where he is employed at a defense plant. Mrs. Mr. and"Mrs. George Hackmar Jr., entertained . at dinner las Thursday evening. Guests were Mr and. Mrs. Frank Getgel of Algona and Mr. and Mrsi Gerald Volgt o Fenton. Mrs. Mabel Foxwell of Olympla Washington, visited last week wilh her brother, Hugh Raney. Mr. Fox well 4s located. at Pearl Harbor where he has employment In re construction work. . •Lowell Samp, • another of Cresco townshpi's youth, is planning on en terlng the service of his country Lowell left Monday for Des Moines to start the preliminary physlca examinations to entering the army air corps. Guests the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadlelgh were Mrs. Wadleigh's brother ahd sister- in-law, namely, Mr .and Mrs. A. P. Heleniah;of Northfleld, Minn., and Lee Porter of Chicago, Mr. Porter being a cousin of Mr. Wadleigh. . Alvin Weaver, local young man who left Des Moines last week for Induction into the army, Was rejected for phyhical disabilities. He will now be employed by Edw. Mawdsley and the family has moved into one of the Mawdsley tenant houses. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bradbury, and daughter, Donna Jean, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mrs. Bradbury is Mrs. Godfredson's daughter Donna Jean, and will stay for the remainder of the summer and return to her home in time for school. 'V* 20 YEARS SINCE Aiiiit itt'' ^t j r -i57I«JLfa-J&''* AL -Jt mtf SEEN St. Joe: Mrs. George Seeker and family enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mrs, Becker's brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kuncher 6f Clirttoii, Mr. 'ahd Mrs. Gleorgd Kuneher and Beatolca Elaine' and Lorraine of Curtie,, Minn., ahd Frank Kaneher of Den Moines. Mrs. Becker had not seen her brother, Frank, for 20 years. They all returned to their home on Monday. Margaret Becker is attending to the household duties at the Eugene Thul home. Pvt. Wilfred Schneider Spent last week end herewith friends. He left Sunday night for camp. ___ Mrs. Anton Weydert and daughter, Bonnie Kay, came home on Monday from the Kossuth hospital. A party was given In honor of John Brass at the Sebastian Kramer home last week Tuesday evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Illg of hero received word last week that'.they are great-grandparents for the first time. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Becker from Rockfprd. 111., spent the, Fourth week end- here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, lobert, returned home Monday from a two weeks' visit with relatives at^ Lindsay, Texas. Caroline Kirsch of Eagle Grove spent several days here last week visiting relatives and friends. She returned home Monday. The Infant daughter was bap- ized last Sunday by Father George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Delmar Plathe and Math Weydert. Madeline Bueb and friend from Itorm Lake spent .the week end t the M. T. McGiilre home. They eturned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Francis Collins and baby •ent to their home Sunday near Evermore, having spent the pre- lous ten days at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Becker. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 'rancis Collins was baptized Theo- ore Fay last Sunday by Fachdr Duhigg" at Livermore. Sponsors •ere Mrs. Duncan of Livermore and , . . D«mfe Wagner of her*? And'Mr*, MiHfe Kisch of t&wmms-' ' m M im, stttiA -tow' Whtttemord accompanied 6y Chris OaleB attd daughtre, wtt-ft and Rosina TUllgei spent Sunday at F6rt Bodge at th& /ted" Mofl JioWe. MrS. Gales' reniaifted tot a longer visit. Mr, and Mrs/GeraW Henly and son, Rddney Clark, of Des Molne! spent the Fourth at the borne 01 Mrs. Henley's mother Mrs, deorg£ Becker. The Henleys were accompanied by Mike Henley and they also visited with relatives at Whittemore. . Mr. and Mrs. George Diers of Bancroft are the parents of a son born June ltth. This is the first child and grandchild for Mr. and Ms. Henry Zelmet of Bancroft, Mrs. Diers, the former Gertrude Zelmet, 18 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet of Bancroft, formerly of here. ' •' ' •••'•• - , -,. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of near Algona are the parents of a girl born Wednesday, June 30th, at the Kossuth hospital. The Thuti have three girls and one 'boy. Thd Infant was baptized-Chiarlenei Kay Sunday by Father Malinger at St. Cecelas. Sponsors were Margaret Becker and Richard-'ThUl. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mori of,.Fort Dodge are the parents of a boy born at the Mercy hospital last week. The infant was baptized Richard Peter. The sponsors were Alpystus Gales of >F.ort Dodge' and Lucille Gales of here. Mrs. Mori Is the former Loretto Gales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales Of here. This is their first child. Mrs. Ernest D. Anliker and daughter, Beverly, are visiting rel- atlves at Roanake, 111., and other points near there. Rlcfce> 'fHthef M Wteafcy passed J^W feat VMMdtir fellow- mfc"a" stroke the farmer Sunday. • Mr, ftftd Mrs. Tony, Hitman and ehlldfeiit 6£ We»1«y were Thursday evehing visitors at th6 J, O. D6wn« home, , Q6D,,Ludwdg to6k '&ver the man- agenieht of the Farmers .Elevator July 1, as Ed Immerfall, former manager, will leave for, the army nest week. Mr. ahd Mrs, Simon Hlfnor returned Wednesday evening,, from Quincy, 111., where they attended the funeral for Mr. Hlrner's mother, who had passed away the previous Friday at the agecof ?5 years. Mr. and Mrs, Mike Preusohl and sons, Ralph and Jfohn 6f Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting at the home of His brother, J6Htt' We&uehl. They are also calling o'ri" all the Rahms and.Roflkopfs who are cousins of Mike and John ;Preu8chl. ;. i Mr. and Mrs. Ben ! Door received word that their son, Ralph, of Camp ^'Bowle, ••: was promoted,, from flrst class .private i to corporal.- >He enlisted March 23, 1941 and had been a cook and baker taking a course in. that iyoifk'.at.San Antofliq, Texas, last December ' and January. He says they had at this writing, JUst returned from a 31-mile hike 1 from 7 p. m.' until i a. ni. and was reody for a shower arid a bed. ; Next • ' Probably a record for youngest barbershop patron In Iowa is the case of Larry Wayne Craig, t One- month old son of Mr. and Mrt: Wll- lard Oraig of Leon. • Larry had so much hair that his parents decided to take Him to George Fuller's tonsorial parlor for a nifty trim, News Items of Fenton Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and children Visited with friends in Minneapolis a few days last week •Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and sons, Billy and Stephen, spent Tuesday at the parental John Verbrugge, Sr., home at Armstrong. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage went to Lichty is with him at Sioux Falls. Ringsted Tuesday night and visited Circle No. 1 of the Methodist W. until .the latter part of the week S. C. S. meets Wednesday afternoon, July 8, with Mrs. Harry Lichty with Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz assistant hostess. Circle 2 meets with Mrs.-G. A. Eggleston with Benlah Eggleston as assistant. Circle 3 meets with Mrs. P. C. Lichty and Miss Grace Lichty assistant. 19. TOTAiL DEPOSITS CAPIT1A1L ACCOUNTS 25. Capital* 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits $2,153.800.71 $ 50,000.00 50,000.00 39,089.28 29 TOTAL CAPiTTAL ACCOUNTS 30 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 139,089.23 $2,393,885.99 *This bank's capital consists of common stock with total par value of $50,000.00. I H. L. Gilmore, Cashier of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. L. GILMORE, Cashier Correct—Attest:R. H. MILLER L. E. LINNAN , M. H. FALKENHAJNER, Directors State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of July, 1942. (SEAL) LOUISE MAGN<USON, Notary Public. aflter spending two weeks with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sander and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Sander heard from their son, Ellis, who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training station every day. He never has any complaints to make in any qf his letters and sa>'s he likes it fine. Private Orville Fuchsen arrived in West Bend Tuesday to spend a 7-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen. He has been training at Ft. Sill, Okla., but will return to camp at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The Rebekah lodge had a farewell party for Mrs. Donald Blair Monday evening. Her husband, Donald Blair has been called for service to report at Des Moines on July 13. He enlisted in the -ordnance corps several week,s ago. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shellmyer and Mrs. Ira Hoover spent Sunday at Rochester, Minn., where they attended the exercises in which their daughter, Margaret Shellmyer, received her nurses' cap. Mrs. Koovr er went as far as Austin, Minn., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Cline. i FRANK D. PAINE, NATIVE OF BURT, PASSES AT AMES Burt: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine went to Ames Thursday to attend the funeral of a brother of Mrs. Stow and Mr. Paine, Prof. Frank D. Paine, who died there Tuesday, following a several weeks' illness with heart trouble. The funeral was hel'J in the Memorial Union at Ames on Thursday afternoon. Prof. Paine, who was born and spent his boyhood here, was 56 years old at the time of his death. He graduated from Iowa State College in 1909 and had taught In the college since 1912. In 1929, when a general engineering department was established, he was made its head. Since 1914 he had acted as consulting engineer for various projects throughout the state, served on the state planning board and was mayor of Ames from 1938 to 1942. He is survived by his wife and two sons, also by two brothers and two sisters. IRVINGTON LIGHT COMPANY RETAINS 1942 OFFICERS Irvington: The regular meeting of the Irvington Light and Power company called for last Tuesday evening at Irvington failed to materialize due to lack of not having a quorum of five percent so that business could be transacted legally acording to the by-laws of the company. Fred S. Geigel, secretary reports there are now 14 and one quarter miles of service line in good condition. A complete line of new poles was erected last year. Officers of the company will remain the same: president, U. B. Frankl; secretary-treasurer, Fred S. Geigel; directors, L. A. Johnson, Homer Lindhorst, Carl Brown. There are now 48 patrons receiving service from the line. BETTY LEMKE TAKING ELECTRONIC TELEVISION Miss Betty kemke left Sunday for Omaha, where she has enrolled as a student at the Omaha School of Electronic Television, the course consisting of twelve weeks of school preparatory to taking civil service examinations. The school places all of its graduate students in positions. FORMER STOREKEEPER VISITING HERE THIS WEEK Mrs. John Watson, Sr., former Irvingtonian, arrived last Tuesday to be the house guest of Mrs. Beda Watson. For many years the Watsons operated the general store now owned by the Alex McLeans. Mrs. Watson will visit at Hwnboldt this week. Miss Maxine Capesius spent the week end with her parents, Mr. Mrs. , Barney Capesius.' Mrs. Hugh' Raney, : with her daughter, Mrs. Hans Wilberg and family. Corporal Eugene Newel of Fort Bragg, North -Carolina, arrived home Thursday morning for a visit until Wednesday at the parental George Newel bxmte. ''Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Pfister left Thursday morning for Decorah, where they will visit at the parental A. P. Pfister and N. C. Hennmgsen homes over the Fourth, Mesdames Peter Hayenga, Harry Haase, Milfred Mueller, Minnie Dreyer and Frank Dreyer were entertained at the Henry TIeman nome one day last week. Mrs. G. R. Krause, Mrs. A. Meyer, Mrs. Enos Wrede and Sandra of Sac City and Edmund Krause jf Chicago were Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. The- executive board of the W. S. C. S. met Monday night in the church, Quaifteifly Deports 'were made out. The board decided to meet the last Tuesday of each month;, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Betty Ann recently visited with Mrs. Newel's brother and families, Jack at Springfield, Minn., and Jos at New Ulm. At the Jack Harmon honue they made the acquaintance of Connie Faye. The St. John's Ladies' Aid met Wednesday in the church basement. Mrs. Henry Tieman and^Mrs. Chaa. Theesfield were hostesses. Guests were Mesdames Frank Dreyer, A. R. Wlllrett, Amer d:dy, W. R. Wolfe, Lester Theesfield and Carl Claussen, the,latter of Armstrong, and Edith Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Florence came home Thursday evening from Mason City where they been for nearly four weeks. Mrs. Weisbrod submitted to an emergency operation for appendicitis at the Park hospital there" and Mr. Weisbrod and Florence have been with her all the time. Circle 3 of the W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. Joe Madden Thursday night. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Ida Kohl were present. Devotions were led by Mrs. Fred Brown and the lesson from "Author of Liberty" was given by Mrs. Wllbert Holldorf. The next meeting will be Friday, July 24th with Mrs. Ray Kyhl. The St. John's Walther League met Thursday night in the church basement. Frank Seeley presided in the asence of the president. Richard Kabelitz's resignation wax accepted. Richard has gone to Denver, Colo., where he has entered the Civilian Signal Corps. Games were played.and refreshments were served by Harold Elmers .and Paul Bleckwenn. Tusnelda Rabelitz was was a guest. Mrs. Will Brown of Aripstrong, Mrs. Otto Kelly of Swea City, Mrs. Robert Goetsch and Mrs. Clarence Osborn were hostesses at a birthday party Monday afternoon at the latter's home, honoring Mrs. Anna Osborn. Guests included Mesdames L.U Verne Pond Drive Nets $400 First Day LuVerne 3 Over $400 of war stamps were sold last Wednesday evening at the beginning of the drive during July. Begides the sale by the retail merchants, many were sold by 12 girls who made sales on the streets. The Commercial club of-, prizes to the girl selling the most) Jwt each received a, prize m of Jennie Jensen, Linus Jensen an-d George Jensen of Ringsted, Mesdames Millen Jensen, Ray Osborn, Charles Osborn, Lester Osborn, Christin Jensen and Will Osborn of the Seneca vicinity and Mrs. Gco. Goetsch of Fenton. The W. S. C. S. met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mesdames B. C. Weisbrod, Arlo Ranney, O. J. Ranney, J. A. Schwartz, Tena Newel and J. G. Waterman as hostesses. Mrs. Ed Weisbrod led the devotions, A panel discussion was. given by the Young Girls' society and Edith Wolfe, their leader.' Reports were given by the Various secretaries, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith talked on the summer camps at Okobojf. The meeting- closed wfth a game conducted by Mrs. F. P. Newel. Mesdames Clarence Wegener, Henry Reimers, Webber Tager and Amos Finnestad were guests. Wed.-Thurs., July 8-9 Fantasia will Amazial Walt Disney's "Fantasia" in technicolor Extra Added Attraction Geo. Sanders in "The Falcon Takes Over" '. Friday and Saturday, July 10-11 Big Double Feature Three Way Attraction A MAN HUNT... but this time a woman does the shooting! WILLIAM* IRENE GARGAN-HERVEY CHARLIf LAND • MARIA MONTH MART OOtDON • UOVD COMMAM UNIVERSAL PICTURE Fun for the Entire Family Saturday and Bonds ail this Theatre . -..«* CALL THEATRE Sunday-Monday-Taesday, July 12-13-14 Martha O'Driscoll LYNNE OVERMAN ROBERT PRESTON SUSAN HAYWARO '•f^^W^W s^» !ffl*WwWi IBj

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