The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1942 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 4, 1942
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, f The Algona TJppcr Des Moines, Algona Iowa, Aug. i, 1942 OKLA. YOUNG FOLKS VISIT WITH SEXTON RELATION Sexton! Miss BSdna Bowline and Clifford Olson of Jefferson, Okla., were guesaa Monday and Tuesday with relatives and friends here, On Monday afternoon they visited at the home of Arch and Frank Burger at Butt And Were supper guests at the LeRoy Burger home there. On Tuesday afternoon they visited the Grotto at West Bend and at the Henry Phillips home, Algona. They were supper guests at the Oscafr Hammond home. Miss Bowling Is a niece of Mrs. Sarah WAsc. She teaches a .rural school, and has a trailer house to live in. She states that Oklahoma pays an average of $110 for monthly wage of rural school with an 'enrollment of 8 to 10 pupils. *• They also stated that the wheat harvest was Completed, as her father owns and operates a large wheat farm and used three combines to compkte the work. Rain was bad!y needed for fall, plowing. The fresh vegetables, such as tomatoes (Which she enjoyed picking from Iowa gar« dens), cabbage, green beans weve a real treat as they were unable to raise any. gardens in that section this year. Strong hot winds seem to destroy gardens. Miss Bowling semod to know quite a tilt about her relatives and upon questioning her she 'Is a reader of the county nap- en • as former lowans receive them there, so she ttiways reads the Sek- tOn news. Mrs. Ben Waters of Estherville arrived Thursday to visit »t the Sim Bemis home, David Lynne Stevens, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens who was on the sick list .is slowly Improving. •Mr\ and Mrs. Martin Hinders and and children and Imogene Jensen of Britt spent Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Drusilla Noble. ! Rains have slowed the threshing and combining the' past week. Sev- ^ral jo)bs are done, .but many arc "doing work of threshing in installments. ' Mrs. Julius Seller of St. Benedict and' Mrs. Stanley Gardner and daughters of Algona attended the meeting of the Sextlon Society of Christian Service. {Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Neahring and children were visitors Sunday at the Henry Glave home in Britt They also called at the Leo Steven home at Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Sunday at the Henry.Hawley home At Clear Lake. Mrs. Sanders attended church «erviceS where Bishop Ralph Magee filled the pulpit drtd presented an inspiring 1 service. (Mr. and Mrs. C. Schley and their daughter (Of Graettlttger Were »Upper guests at the dim Bemls home. Delores ahd Mary Kay Bemls ae- eoiApattied' them home for a visit. Mrs. Schley and Mrs. Bemis are sisters. 'William Klrflcnbaum celebrated his Bind .birthday at his home recently. Guests oh Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Melaney and children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klrsehbaum .of Mason Qlty, Mr ' Jand Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum and children of Garner. The.families brought a picnic dinner.- On Tuesday, on the day of his birthday, Mrs, Gene Clnk and Mrs. Richard Garmen were callers. Grandpa Kirschbaum was on the sick list but is somewhat Improved. Mrs* John Huff, Jr., entertained Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service on Thursday, July 30, at her farm home. Roll call was answered by a Bible verse containing the word "foundation." Devo- blons Were led by Mrs. B. E. Sanders and lesson by Mrs. Ferd Brethorst. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Bazalar handiwork was distributed. Funds for gpvistponed ,lce cream social were contributed LUVERNE SOFT BALL TEAMS PLAY TWICE WEEKLY t.uVerne: The LuVerne Softball teams, composed of men and boys of the town and community have organized for the season: and will play on the athletic field on each Mdnday and Tuesday evenings. The field iij well lighted and is located just west of the LuVerne Park. |A traveling salesman attending a game one evening last sumnfer said he never enjoyed a league game any more than the game played that evening. It matters not how long the men and boys have worked in the harvest fields or behind the counter, they, are there rooting for their favorite team or also playing the game. The following 'is the schedule announced: August 3—Legler vs. Town. 'August 4—Vernon vs. Warmbier, .August 10—Town vs. Vernon. August 11—'Legler vs. Warmbier. August 17—Warmbier vs. Town. (August 18—Vernon vs. Legler. August 24—Vernon vs. Warmbier, August 25—Legler vs. Town. August 31—Legler vs. Warmbier Sept. 1—Vernon vs. Town. Girls! Come and Get 'em.. .Your Rough leather, pressed alligator. Heavy soles $3.50 MAJOR SUBJECT-Stand-, out ityle, with all-In-ona' platform >ole, square "moc" toe. High colon and brown. $4.00 VICTORY SE«V1CB SHOK , v Heavy weit sole, Soft brown elk leather, $3,50 5TACIUM "iling* »l»p«in, with $morl ( noijhf odj trim- N*". W?«^" high $4,00 "V • f-t . S" L , / , , -\ ^•?^?^»i^ r* BUSINESS IN SWEA CITY AFFECTED BY WAR ENLISTMENTS Swea Olty: x Latest among Swea City merchants and business em- loyees to .be affected by the Wait 1 sit- atloh is James B. Vaux, who Is ailing out his electric shop to en- st In the army.- Buell Johnson, reduce dealer, contemplates a sim- ar move. Frank Smouse, assist- nt in the O. D. Curtis furniture nd undertaking business, left last iveek to work in an Omaha; defense lant. Leonard Appelquist, who lerks at the Appeiqulst grocery, nd at Bravender clothing store, s one of the draftees named for be August 6 call. Hardly a business firm 'in Sweta City has not een affected by, the airmy calls. A number of former local employees ave been in Ireland since the first American troops landed there. About 60,000 pounds of rubber were to ibe shipped out of Swea City late last week, probably to alvage plants in Chicago. This amount was gathered from this clmmurilty. /The Rev. and Mrs. B. F. Broberg were at Lake Okoboji attending a Jible camp last week. Services at he Grant and Swea City churches vere not held Sunday because of he pastof's absence. •The group of girls who stayed at an Arnold's Park cottage last week inder the chaperonage of Agnes Olson and Beulah Gladstone return- id home Wednesday. Miss Glad- bone left the same day for 'Fort Benning, Georgia, to visit friends. ILt. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson of Camp Polk, La., came last Tuesday or a .weeks furlough with his par- jnts, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Anderson. Jt. Anderson was the local dentist t the time of h'is call to the army last ye&t. Hds wife is the former Anita Ha&fke of Kingsley who was teacher ,ih the high School here before her marriage last summer. iPvt. Geo. Elliott yho enlisted in the army soon after his graduation from the local high school this spring, has been transferred from Jefferson Baracks, St. Louis, Mo,, to a new camp near Lincoln, Niebr., He will attend a training school in mechanics for the next 14 or 18 weeks. Gewge, who IS 18, is the Swea City community's youngest soldier. Helen and Marjorie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Will Siemens of Mad- efla, Minn., spent Monday with their grandparents, Mr. alnd iMra. George ,Butterfleld, Sr., while their parents were at Goldfleld attending the funeral of Mrs. Siemens' uncle. Mrs. Buttcrfield returned to Madelia with the Siemenses and remained until Saturday, when Mr. Btrtterfield drove up to bring her home. About 15 of the group who recently completed the beginning course .in first aid have enrolled Irr the advanced course which starts this week, and another beginning class has .been enrolled. Persons who complete both the, beginner 1 !! and the advanced courses are eligible to take a four-day instructors' course given at sdme neighboring county seat, and upon completion of all three courses are accredited as lay 'instructors in first aid by the American Red Cross. Hatry Larson, who has completed the first lap >of his training at the Great Lakes Naval station, was hcftne last week on furlough. He is' the son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson. The mrge for a. sailor life seems to run in- the blood. Hdrrys paternal grandfather, after whom he was nam«d (the late Harry Larson of Swea City) was for many years a sailor on the Swedish vessels and had Visited nearly every country in the world that could be reached by sea. LEDYARD GROUP OF RED CROSS TO KNIT SWEATERS Ledyard: The Ledyard Red Cross Will hold a meeting Friday ftfter- oon In the town hall. Everyone is rged to be present especially the mitters. The yarn for 10 new jveaters has arrived and they are o be finished by the last of Augst. All who have promised to help with the sweaters please attend this meeting. J\ews of Livermore Vicinity COLLINS FAMILY REUNION IN HONOR OF LINK HUGHES There was, a Collins family reunion last Sunday in honor of Link Hughes, who entered the navy on :hat day. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hoffmann and family of Des JWColnes, Mrs. Ora Weise and family, Mr. and Mrs. Link Hughes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houston and family and Mrs.. Jennie Collins. A fine dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Magglle Scribner has been on the sick list the past week. George Knopf of LuVerne visited last Sunday at the home of his brother, William Knopf. Mrs. Pay Kathafn and daughter, Mary Lou visted last Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Ernest Boyd. Joe Kioppen Is in the Whlttemore vlcirilty operating a separator for his brother's threshing machine. (Dr. Rosa Oltman was in Des Moines Monday for medical examination preliminary to army s'ervire, •Robert White, George and Alvin Lejiertz and Albert Weber enjoyec the ddy Thursday fishing at Fairmont, Minn. Ted (Sonny) Henderson is suffering from a sore hand that he received when he cut it with a can opener Tnursday. Evelyn Sweeney of Fort Dodge spent a few days visiting at the hcjme of her grandmother, Mrs Margaret Sweeney. Kenneth Riley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rllley, left this week for medical treatment at the State hospital in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hatch of Madison, Wis., visited Monday at the Ava Bordwell home. Mr. Hatch formery lived in Livermore. . 'Evelyn 'Harris of Lindsey, Calif., arrived home the first of the week for a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris. Mr. Link Hughes left Monday for Des Moines where he entered the navy. His pool hall will 'be operated .by Mrs, Hughes and Hiram Hewitt. Richard Sweeney arrived from Iowa City the first of the week and will assist with the farm work at the home (of his uncle, Bert Hanifan. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McPher- aon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson returned from Lost Island where they spent their vacation. Mrs. Kate Collins received word that the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmon of Waterloo died last Tuesday, It was 'only two days old. Mrs. Bjoosa and daughter of Texan, who have been visiting at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred Mll- lett, their home in Texas Tuseday. . ' Jeanne Behounek returned Sunday from Pocahontas where she spent the past two weeks visiting at the ho(me of her brother, Paul Behounek. Mrs. Irene • Raraus and daughter, Marilyn, who have 'been visiting her parents, Mr. an4 Mrs, Ike Smith left Sunday for their new bom? in Dennison, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fuhrmann arrived from Chicago last week foi a visit with his mother, Mrs. Fuhrmann, who is seriously 111 at her home in St. Joe. Forrest Harm&n of Indiana was in town last .week looking over his property in the north part of town Mr. Harmon moved to Indiana about a year ago. Merle Mansor, who has been doing farm work north of town, visited .with his parents at Lacondia Iowa. He plans on entering the airmy on August 5. (Miss WUlma Munson, daughter o; Mr. and Mrs. William Munson, who has been employed at Washington D. C., is spending a few days visiting alt her home here. The Methodist 'Ladles' Aid mei at the hdme of Mrs. Charles Brown last Wednesday afternoon. At this meeting the 'birthdays- of eight o: the members were celebrated. (Henry Smith, who has .been doing defense work at Crdwford,- Nebr returned to Livermore Sunday. H will go to Hastings, Nebr., in abou ten days -to work on another proj •ect. Miss Anna Murray, who spent th past six weeks attending Iowa Stat Teachers College at Cedar Falls, i spending some time Visiting at th home of her sister, Mrs, Walte Smith. The Friendly sewing club met a the home of Mrs. Marcia Berry hill last Tuesday afternoon. Th afternoon was spent in sewing fo the hpstess. After sewing, refresh ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue am family spent last Sunday visitin; with Mrs. Logue's sister, Mrs. Har old Taylor in Sioux City. The also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fin eram and Sterling Logue. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Vough. and granddaughter of Gait visite over the week end .alt the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown 'an Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller. The! granddaughters stayed for a longe visit. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch at tended a seven o'clock birthday din ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs Cecil McGinnis In Algona last Sun day dn honor of the birthdays o Mrs. Pjooch and Mrs. McGinnis Fifteen friends attended the din ner. i - ~ The Deal arid Chat club met a the home of Mrs. Amelia Johrrao last Thursday afternoon. Bridg was the afternoon's entertainment Mrs. LeRoy Gronbach and Mrs Margaret Reiter won the prizes Mrs. Clara Logue was a 1 guest. Re freshmenta were served. (Mr. and Mrs. Oalvert Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch an Mr. and Mrs, Max Gronbach wer in EJagle Grove last Sunday e to he] their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Job Hintz celebrated their 43rd wee ding anniversary. A picnic din ner wab served at noon. Mrs. Myrtle Bachrnann has ren ed the Mrs. Kate Hammond hous in the southeast part of town. Sh has been living 'in the former Gus Baessler house In the south .par of "town recently purchased by'th Tom McKenna family. Mrs. Ham mond will make her future horn In California, (The equality club held its mid summer meeting at the home o Mrs. Mae Murphy last) rTuesda afternoon. 'The new president, Mr Louise Gronbach, was in charg Guests included Mrs. Kate Ham mond, Mrs. Alice McCarthy an Miss Anna Murray. A pot luc lunch was served. A number lof friends ol Mrs. F Cox came to her home last Monda afternoon, th? occasion being be Those attending wer Mrs. Maudo MoKenna, Mrs. Hele Peterson, Mrs. Minnie O'lfeil, Mr Arlene Schultz, Mrs. Mayme Scot and, Mrs. Gladys Logue. A socia afternoon wast spent. Lunch brought by the guests, was served Ma*Studer,F,B,l., ViwU in Wesley of the F. S spent several defys last week visiting th* Alf andJack Stude feopief §04 wttb, other relatives Wr. «n4 WSkltiM,, fewer We* jsy r«»WlenU - Lttt fW**W Sarah Williams of Clin<oi» spent ast week visiting at the Win. Wiem- home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fry and Estella. picnicked Wednesday at owa' Lake. Guests at the Alvin Carpenter iome the past week were Mrs. Carpenter's parents of Oliir, Iowa. Mrs. Harry Schroeder and Mrs. eo. Thompson were business call- rs at Burt and Algona Wednes- ay. Mary Elizabeth Miller and her nothpr, Mrs. John Miller, vacation- d last week end at Ames and Des Moines, returning home on Wednea- lay evening. Mrs. Ed Halversoir, Mrs. Gertrude Veimer, Mrs. Asa Warner and .Irs. H. D. Mayne' attended the Aitheran Ladles' Aid meeting in Buffalo Center Wednesday. iChris Gelhaus left Sunday for Rochester, Minn. ,where he will go through the Mayo ofiniic for a ihiyslcal " examination. Mr. Gel- laus has been ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, nunt and uncle of Mrs. Thompson, Jean- ctte and Charlotte Mason, cousins of Mrs. Peter Thompson all of Lu- Verne, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. A very interesting layman service was presented at the Methtodist church on Sunday because of the absence of Rev. Grote. Mi', and Mrs. Grote are still in Montana visiting Mrs. Grote's sister who is still seriously ill showing very "ittle improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Norman at- .ended the funeral of Mr. Pingle's srother-in-lawi, Wm. Homann nt Fort 'Dodge Wednesday. Others From Ledyard who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Albert West, Mr. and M/s. Alvin Busch, Willis Pingle, Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. Virgil L/ocke. Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds. Jr., are parents of a 9 pound son born Friday morning, July 30, at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Dodds was the former Frances Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds, Union, and Mrs. Mame Winkel are the happy grand- parents. Mf. and Mrs. Leon Gardner became the parents of o baby girl •born last Tuesday morning, July 28th at an 'Algona hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces. Mrs. Gardner was Ruth Mary Seefeld before her marMagte, This makes Mr. and Mrs. Detos Gardner grandjp4|ren£s for the fir sit time. She returned home from the hospital last Thursday. A Healthy Nation Is A Strong Nation Feed your family the rlgh. foods... . . 'foods that are higl In vitamin content. Every member of your family has a job to do and needs all his energy to do it. Serve Andersons' top grade meats at all meals . . . It pays high dividends In health. 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