The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1942 · Page 3
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flie Algona Upper Peg Motnc Iowa, July 21,1942 SEXTON YOUNG LADY TO WYOMING DEFENSE JOB Sexton: Miss Kathryn Klrsch- baum Arrived home from Mason City Tuesday evening. On Wednesday evening she with her parents Mr, and Mrs.' August Klrschbatim and son, Leo, were supper guests at the Cyrus Eiseman home at Britt. On Thursday Kathryn left far Cheyenne, Wyo., where she will be employed In defense work. MRS. BRETHOKST HOSTESS TO W, S. 0, S. THURSDAY Mrs. iFerd Brethorst entertained the Sexton Wbman's' Society of Christian Service at her home on Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse containing the word "Guide." A business meeting was held by Mrs. B. B. Sanders. Devotions were led by. Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and lesson by Mrs. Oscar Hammond. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Jennie Barnes of Des Moines Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Flora. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Week end visitors at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. Harold Hunt visited Mrs. /Leo Steven at the iKossuth hospital TYiday afternoon. Dean Taylor was an overnight guest on Thursday at the home of Donald Neahrlng. Shirtey and Marilyn Neahrlng .•spent Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry Glave at Britt. Miss Theckla Aman of Mason 'City spent Tuesday visiting with .friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Joe Loebig and son of Whittemore spent Wednesday at the home .of her mother, Mrs. John :Kain. Charlotte Ann Wise returned on Thursday evening from a vLjit at the John Voss, Sr., home at Lu 'Verne. Joan Krleps is visiting at the Tom Forburger home in Wesley •while her mother is at the hospital In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cm-ran ;and daughters were callers Thurs•day "evening at the home of Mrs D. Voss of LuVerne. Mrs. Joseph Krieps is a patient :at the Mercy hospital at Mason (City. She underwent an appendix -operation Friday morning. JVfr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach .spent Friday evening visiting the Jiome of Mrs. John Esser at Cylinder and Leo Spilles at Algona. Mrs. Drusllla Noble, Mrs. Her- anan Wise, and daughters were callers at the home of Mrs. ID. Voss in OLuVerne, \who is still confined her bed. •William Wermerson was injured Tuesday while putting up hay with .a hay loader. Hetreceived cuts on his rarm and other bruises. Medica attention vwas .given him. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, forme -residents of this vicinity who now reside near Hutchlns; are the par ents of a boy born Monday eventou «t the-«ossuth hospital. The babj has been named Davd Lynn*. Mrs. Martin Mimbach receive •word Friday of the death of an un cle Frank Wild, who died .from in juries received in a fall from i loaded hay rack on the countj farm at Toledo, Iowa. He had beer manager of the farm for 27 yean FOUR CORNERS BOY SOMEWHERE IN »o*t-Nuptial Shower •or Mr*. Buffington At Doan Thursday Doan: About 60 ladies, relatives nd friends of the bride and groom, ttended a shower held Thursday fternoon at the Doan church in onor of Dorothy Budlong of Ti- onka. The program was in charge f Mrs. Bryan Asa and Mrs. Geo. ohnson. The room was decorated n pastel colors with many flowers eing used. Dainty tray lunches fere served by the ten hostesses wno fere Mesdames Dae Struthers, Ted Hoover, Louis Larson, George Johnon, Tom Young, Clarence Chrltsen- err, Bradford ' Bufflngton, Cliff [oover, Van Hansen and Bryan Asa. loth grandmothers of each, the ride and groom, were preelent. They were Mrs. W .A. Stoutenberg, Jurt, Mrs. Budlong of Titonka, and ttrgj Alllce BufJington and Mrs. tfarle Christensen, Doan. The ride received many lovely gifts. LONE ROCK NEWS LYLE AARHAUS, LOTTS CREEK, ILL FROM BUG BITES LotW Creek s Lyle Aafhaus, hired hand of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlntz WM quite seriously 111 a few days the past week from blood poisoning caused by bug-bites. Ly« Aar- tiaus had just returned Monday svenlng from North Dakota, where he had been an attendant ftt the wedding of hla nepHew at Wah- peioft, N. t>., and also visited hla parents and It was oh his way home that some poisonous bug bit htm. He ia getting along nicely at this writing. Mrs. Ross Wolter and son, Harold, were at 'Fort Dodge one day last Week where Harold consulted with doctors concerning hla health. Gustav Wolter, Barney, N. D., came Che past week for a visit at the home of his brother, August Wolter, who, is ill with dropsy. Mr*. Ida Kuecker and Lucille wefe at Port Dodge Tuesday where Mrs. kueeker has been taking treatments every Tuesday for the past several weeks Ho* laooma on one of her eyes from Dr. Martin, an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs; Herbert Potratz and family spent Friday evening at the Henry Schultz home to help Mrs. George Schultz celebrated her birthday which-was that day. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and fanjUjy and M|r. find Mrd> Leonard Meyer and Gerald, all of Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sehmlel visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Xfluerstenau at Rochester, IMJInn., Tuesday. Mr. Fuerstenau Is a patient at the Oolonlal hospital. Friday, Ortwin Kressin, accompanied by Hugo Faulstlch, drove up to Rochester and brought the Fuer- stenaus home. The Ladies Al'd met Friday at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Frank Pompe as hostess. Visitors of the aid were: Mesdames Bert Speth, ftverett Dreyef and Clafeftee Wegenef of Fenton, August Mieke. Albeoft Behtike; Hlchard Potratz and iD. Cor de8 of Whlttemore, Mar* tin Dreyer of Butt Robert Dreyer, Donald Radlg, Reinle Wetzel and Patty asd Misses Blenora and Ber- irice Pompe. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisrier, Mrs. Minnie Relsner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. .Wm. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. John Sohallln, and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlttag and Mr. and Mra. Arthur and family of here and Mr. an-d Mrs. Robert Liesner and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hftgg of Alforta atteJMl* ed A party at the hoihft df Mr, aftil Mrs. Frank Sehallln 1ft Afgdn* In honof of Mr. Sdhftlltn's Wrthday. Five hundred formed the evening 1 * entertainment and high prlies w*ra won tiy Mrs. Carl Zumach and H, F. Mittag and low by Mrs. Hagfc and John Schallln. Dennis Hutchlns visiting here at the home of his wife's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman, Wesley, and Harold Martinek spent Saturday and Sunday fishing at Spirit Lake. JPIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII Ffank Macumber -returned home rom Sioux City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blerstedt, of . Jurt, called at the Roy Blerstedt , • ome Friday evening. | as Misses Eileen Ulrlch and Irma 15S ensen of Armstrong spent Friday f with Dorothy McClelsh. Janet Lee Krueger and Elwln Householder had tonsllectomles by Dr. Mueller at Fenton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geltaen- ausr were suppec guests at the 3has. Stauder home at. .Bancroft, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Angus, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard went to Ft. Dodge Tuesday where'Mr. Angus underwent an operation on his eye. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig and William Schmiel of Lotts Creek drove to Rochester Tuesday to visit William Fuerstenau, a patient there. The Ladies' Mite society mr>t In he church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt ihd Mrs. Emll Kraft as hostesses. Misses Mary Ann Flalg and Dorothy Hobson, students in Mason Jity, spent the week end at the frank Flaig and Harry Hobson homes. .The Band Mothers club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jack Quinn and Mrs. Fred Haack assisting. The club will have a baka and food sale Wednesday evening. Mrs. Kate Bolster and son, Jim of Wateroo, and Mrs. Chas. Stauder of Bancroft were guests at the Lawrence Geltzenauer home on Thursday. Mrs. Bolster also called at the M. B. Blanchard home. Mrs. Lillle Thompson and Neva, Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Carrol Ann took Willard and Warren Thompson to Fort Dodge Wednesday where the boys joined Rev. Whltehouse and the Boys Scouts at camp there. Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Janet Lee and Kermlt and Mrs. -S. M. Gladstone took Margaret Gladstone, R. N., to Mason City Wednesday from where she teft tpr Fort Reilly, Kansas, where she has enlisted for army service. LEDYAKD NEWS Sfffty«»ytttttt«gra Cotton Skirts Printed cotton in Krazy Quilt Pattern—children's and misses s sizes. $1.26 Summer Skirts New lovely cotton skirts, also Congo cloth, crapes and •wools—values to $3.95, only •Four Corners: The Mart Elmore received a letter Friday, July 10 from their son, Pvt. James, wh wrote June 7 that he was feelin fine and everybody" tflere were ver good to the boys. His address i Co. E, 126 Inf. Reg. A. P. O. 32 U S. Army, o-o Postmaster, San Fran cisoo, California. James is some Where In Australia. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kiley of Doa were Saturday afternoon callers a the Smith home. x- Betty Lou Person of Burt came Thursday and stayed until Sunday •with the Ray Smith family. Mrs. G. W. Leek, Arnegard, NT. ' D., and Mrs. Floyd Duncan of Burt .were Friday and Friday night callers at the 'Ray Smith home. The members of the Four Cornr era Mothers and Daughters club •will entertain their husbands and families at an ice cream and pie social at <the Roy Lee home Thursday evenisg, July 16. A program is 'being prepared, Mrs. Ray Smith and daughters, Laura and Eve Lee and son, Walter, anV her niece Delia Witham, attended a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Don Buffington of Doan at the Doan church recently. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts, Games were played and a fine lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore and family went to visit Mart's brother, R, O, Elmore an d family near Blue Earth for dinner Friday, July 10 and in the afternoon they called on the Wm, 'and Ralph Keaselring families and were supper guests of Bel) Thornton Sager, The folks and there has been no storm around 1 end there has ben no storm around there. The R, O. Elnvores formerly Iive4 on the Dr. Bayers place west of Algona, and moved to their present farm some 18 yeajrs ago, Wedding in South Dakota; Live at Burt:'Mr, and Mr*. J. P. Trunk- hill arrived in Burt Monday evening after spending a few days honeymoon in the Black Rills and North Dakota. J. <P. TrunkhUl «u} Mrs Trains? of ?&Wp, 8. p., w«e Mr. and Mrs7 Norm Pingle attended the funeral of Mr. iPingle's slster-lrt-law at Fort Dodge Friday. The -Rev. and Mrs. Hassebrock of Davenport have been visiting at the Wilson Brack home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James 'Logan and son, Phillip of Sioux Falls, S. D., have visited several days at the H. D. Mayne home. Mrs. Lawrence Nltz spent Monday and Tuesday with h'er mother, Mrs. Wm. Dorsey, who had an eye operation last week. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will hold Its' aid meeting at 4 o'clock this week. A picnic supper will be served at 6 o'clock^ Everyone bring a covered dish and the entire family is Invited. iDorls Welfare, Doris McDonald, Beulah Looft, and Katherlne Powers of Lakota, held a picnic at Blue Earth, Minn., Tuesday. Miss -Powers is leaving soon to accept a pos- tion In the F. B. I. offices in Wash- ngton, D. C. (Guests at the Roy Hartshorn hbm« at Seneca Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne, Mr. and Mr* How(ard Mayne and Wallace, Mr. and, Mrs. L. D. Mayne, Shirley and Sharon, Deloris Mayn*. Edyth Logan, Allen Looft, James Mayne, Mr and Mrs. James Logan, The group honored Miss Beulah Hartshorn who Is leaving soon for Kansas llty, Mo. 4 joint birthday 'celebration was held Sunday at the Frank Kelly wme honoring Mrs. H. D, Mayne Wallace Mayne, James Logan am Frank Kelly, all who celebrated birthdays this week. Guests in eluded Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mayne Shirley and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs H. D. Mayne Wallace, Edyth Logan, Allen Looft and Mr, and Mrs James Logan and son, Phillip, o Sioux >Fallfl, & D, I All White and Colored S h o e s married at hff home there 86th, the Key. ~~' *" forming the s&,^-,^.. ,_, „„»„ was attended by Mr, and Mrs. Art ^^heeler. brother $&4 ipi|[ter»|n*l&ii of the bride Th* oquple are now JJ^Sfiy? 3*» ••*»*' Corwith Soldier Boy Make* Short Vwit With Parent* Sunday Cprwitlh: Sergeant Ponald Mer riaia o* Fprt RUey. CMR® home on Saturday to wend the week with Ws parents, Mr- »nd Mw. ?J, Merrlam. Ponald wras not grant ed a furjougb but took his two days week ertd leave an4 started tor his home. Friday nlgbt- Tb$ bus by which he was traveling came only aj far as l^eMars, Jpwa, and as he had only such a short teays and Children's Wear Now on Sale IN OUR CHILDREN'S STORE — SECOND FLOOR All playsults, N Snnsuits, Print and Sheer Dresses, Coats, Suits, Skirts, Blouses, Boys' Wash Suits, Slacks, Slack Suits, are on sale. You are sure to find something for your children here. All now at 10% Off $2.96 Conserve Your Cash in KRESENSKY'S JULY CLEARANCE SALE Outstanding Values and Styles Rock Bottom Prices on DRESSES We have repriced all our dresses for this sale. A large rack of Summer Dresses. Sheers in Voiles, Miami Cloths, Summer Crepes, Dress values to $6.50. $3.96 Dress Values to $12.95 Lovely Dresses in Silks and Meshes— some Suits and Redingote styles. Fine styling and fine materials — sizes 12 to 46, including "half* sizes $7.46 Dress Values to $9.95 Here is,a grand group of Dresses— ''Coral King", "Martha Manning", "Loma Leeds" — all new dress styles. Junior styles, misses sizes and ladies' sizes. $5.96 Reduced for Clearance Values to $4.50 Heel Hugger and Paris Fashion Shoes, white and colors. All sizes in white, reduced to $2.96 Values to $6 Connie, Natural Poise, white, beige, some blue and black. Also sport styles, most all sixes, but not all sixes in each style. $3.96 not being ah)e to make connections te get hpsw to time t<? return to paipp by Monday morning, he got in . with W» parents by ,„-,,.,,„, left in a short time l« their for L*Maf8 wh?r« they m*t Sunday afternoon the jaejfT family took hip to Des Molnes —i - •-— thus-grfjv? ~^J?ff •c-*'r-y ra ' -nt'v t wr *••*» »^ mornlnf. Rhythm Step These are all regular $7.95 SJhoes, finest Shoes you can hoy-^perlect fitting, One hundred pairs to soli in this sate lit only „-—, ~™ Read About These Red Hot Bargains 15 Formals, only $2.00 All hats on sale at 50C each Playtex Corsets and Girdles /2 prnce Pajamas, Ceiling price, $2.98, sale $1.96 Sweaters and Jackets 96c Full Fashioned Rayon Hose 69c All Wool Sweaters $2,16 Cotton Play Suits, Dresses $1.36 PLAY SHOES and Odd Pairs on somf H* p mucfe pt |||§, Bags Spring and Summer hand bags—white and light colors—values to $2.45. $1.46 Leather Gloves 1 Capeskin chamois, and Doeskin gloves In white, beige, blue—values to $2.45. $1.86 Dresses Dotted Seersucker spun rayons and crepe — very special at only $1.96 Oustanding Values in Slips A Slip value you won't forget—love ly fabrics and colors—plain and lace' trims. All fine tailoring, sixes 32 to 44 —values to $2.45. $1.76 Plain and Printed Plain and printed satin and crepes, worth much more," but we are closing them out at only 86c COATS Some grand buys in our Spring coats—all are reduced. Sixes 12 to 46. Navy, black, and light shades — regular prices from $12.95 to $29.75, re- priced for this sale at $8 $12 $18 SUITS These you can wear all fall -rjust a few flne wool suits- all late models, repriced for this sale at $8 $12 $18 ANKLETS I Here you will always find the finest anklets. A large assortment of styles that sold regular at 25c, on sal* at only/ 19c BETTER SLACK SUITS «nd Play M%M%H MM^J M a y*»'-i Popular fast« selling slack RM]||L^"4 suits «ntl pl»7 ralt$i •«• nice LitVK^lU » .- .<'] styles a«4 fabrics, tm c*n bfiTe your choice of these *t IPffil TBI^F ^^li^^jt 4|S * (* i -•*-*'*

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