The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1942 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 4, 1942
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Algona Upper t^s Moines, Algona lowa> Aug. FORMER LUVERNE GIRL MARRIES AVIATOR NELSON Announcement of the marriage of Ruth Neal, the daughter of Mf. and Mrs. Earl Nea'l, Clarion, has been made, The Neals are former LuVerne residents am) Ruth Is the youngest daughter. She was married on June 20 to Aviation Cadet Lyle Nelson, formerly of Gild- den, Iowa. The wedding took place d| the chapel at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. The bride was attended by Margaret Tesdanl, of (Holmes, Iowa, and Mr. Nelson by Ernest Bryant of Houston, Texas. Mrs. Nelson graduated from the LuVerne high school with the class of 1037 and hjais 'been teaching in the rural schools In Wrtght county. Mr. Nelson graduated from the Gtldden high school In 1636 and took engineering work at Iowa State College. He 'la now a student In the advanced navigators' class at Ellington Field. Patricia Cohoway, Webster City, visited her friends, Doris Dehnert last week. Mrs. June Seeney and two sons, Bortland, Oregon, have been guests of Mrs. Seney's sister, Mrs. John Behnkendorf. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Mason of Clarion spent Wednesday evening with Mr. Mason's sister, Lottie and Jennie Mason. Arlene Hetgg and Beverly Johnson, Algona, spent several days last week . with thUr aunt and fatally, Harold Sorensens. Mrs. A, J. Eason and Mrs. P. V. Janse, Algona, visited LuVerne friends Thursday afternoon. Both formerly lived here. Threshing has been, somewhat delayed the past week by the wet Weather, .but ilt is gradually progressing whenever it is dry enough. Robert Chapman, who has been employed at the Country Club at Ames Since June, has returned to LuVerne for the rest of the summer. Mrs. Herb Smith received word Friday of tine sudden death at Storm Lake of Verla Huston's father. Miss Huston Is a former Lu- Verne teacher. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Volgt, Grand iMound, stopped at the Chas. Wolfs last Tuesday evening., on their way home from a Vacation trip td points Jn Minnesota,. Mr, and MM. Wayne Ruby Me living in an apartment at Mrs. H. E. Peitzke's home. Mr. Ruby drives a truck to collect milk for the United Cheese factory here. Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Hof have returned from a visit at.the home of Mr. Hof'S sister, Mm Matie Christoph at Waukesha 1 , Wls.,. Alfred Hdf visited at the D. E. Rosses in Humboldt last week. A crew oil gravel haulers have moved to the pit a couple of miles north of LuVerne and besides grav- elling some of the highways In the county has spread more gravel on some of the streets In town the past week. Gordon Dgvtdson, son >of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Davidson, east of Lu- Verne, writes 'Interestingly of his experiences at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He Is toldng training to be a tank driver* Word from Hector Knary states that he Is now at Camp Kilmer, In New York. Dorothy Llndebak spent last week end at Spencer where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson. Mr. Patterson moved to Spencer dbout a month ago to wor kas mechanic at the Hunter Flying Field and Mrs. Patterson has been working in the office al the flying field. The Donald Traugers, Des Molnes, visited last week Monday with Mr. Traugers mother, Mrs. Helene Trauger. They were enroute home from a vacation trip in Minnesota Mr. dnd Mrs. Vernon Strlbley returned the same day from a Ilk trip. On Wednesday Stribley went to Correctlonvllle to visit Mr. Strlb- ley*s parents and other. relatives. Phyllis, Llchty, Mason City, spent a week's vacation last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Ulchity, Miss Llchtjy has- >becn working for Attorney Murray Finley at Mason City since her graduation from tpGamiltfcm Business College over a year ago. Her twin brother, Phil, has enlisted but I continuing his work in the offices ,of the International Harvester Company at Mason City until he re- ^ceives his call. FENTON FOR WARDS IN SESSION AT WILLRETT HOME iFenton: The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Thursday afternoon with Lorraine WlHrett. Roll call was "Why 1 Am Glad 1 Live In a Democracy." The business meeting followed. Talks on etiquette Were given by Ethel Weldbrod and Delores Mueller. A demonstration, "A Schoafil Lunch of Preserved Projects", was given by Lorraine WilllreBt. Eunice 'John|polir had charge of the poetry. The demonstration team gave Its demonstration on ChlcWsn Canning. The team Is compose dof Dorothy Dreyer and Phyllis Gade. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard of Lone Rock and Patty visited recently at the Ralph Riedel home. Carole Hendr'lcksen of Cylinder visited several days last week with YOUR COUNTY MINT €ard of Thanks We take this means of expressing our slncerest thanks to the many friends and neighbors who were; so kind and helpful during the .illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Chas. Stuflick and children. , 31* her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Kennedy. Mrs. Don Welsbrod and daughters Anna Rae and Marilyn, returned Wednesday night from a two weeks visit with relatives In southern Iowa. Phil Kerber of Emmetsburg returned to his home the latter part of the week after spending 'two weeks at the home <of his uncle, John Kerber. Pvt. Carl Berkland returned to Camp Shepherd Field, Texas, Tuesday after a 16-day furlough at the parental Ole Berkland home and with other relatives. St. John's Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet on Wednesday afternoon, August 5th In the church .basement. Vtrs. Ray Tletz and Mrs. Clarence Wegener are the hostesses. Essie Schapp of Dunlap Is vislt- ng at the William Fischer anJ Geo. Stems homes. On Thursday Miss Schapp, Mrs. Fischer and Mrs. Hi! dreth Pettit were Algona visitors. The W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday in the church parlors. Hostesses are Mesdames Derwood Eigler, R. A. Goetsch, George GoeUch. Walter Widdel, Freelove Weisbrod and Miss Agnes Goetsch. Art Bleckwenn suffered a painful injury a week ago when a car door was accidentally closed on the thumb on h'is left hand. The bruise failed to heal and It was necessary to remove a part of the thumb on Monday. The Happy Birthday club met Wednesday with Mrs. Marion "Brown. Four guests were present The birthdays of Mrs. Dennis Henricksen and Mrs. Dale Long were celebrated. Lunch was served by Mrs. Orville Bodtnott and Mrs. Marlon Brown. FEED MORE SOYBEAN MEAL With the much greater acreage of soybeans this year there will be a much larger supply of soybean meal. The Increased number of hogs will also require more protein supplement and the supply of tank- B3«ge will not do this df fed in normal amounts. Experiments Indicate that a protein supplement containing 20 per cent animal protein Is very satisfactory, therefore, a mixture of 80 per cent beanmeal and 2o per cent tankage can well be used. The present price relationships also make It advisable to use a larger percentage of soybean meal. «. * * Did. you know that as much as two-thirds of the fat from a hog may come out*with the meat rtther Farmers: May we suggest that NOW, while parts are available, is the time to overhaul and repair your corn picker. Used Machines 36" Woods Bros, all .steel thresher No. 4 McCormickiDeering cream separator Royal Blue cream separator DeLaval cream separator Deering corn binder- Papec ensilage cutter One 16-30 tractor 10-20 tractor Two No. 20 twfi-row Far-mail mounted corn pickers competely overhauled. - 1 fflcCormick-Deering Store ALGONA Phone I Walt HaU^Mgr. 1RV1NGTON BOYS IN FAR OFF PLACES WITH UNCLE SAM Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel received two letters from their son, Paul, Saturday, now located with the U. S. armed forces somewhere in England. Although they do not know the exact location, he had visited London on a sight see- ng trip. In June he stated he had jeen promoted to technician corporal and liked his work very much considering be didnt have a great deal to do. The weather had been cold but he didn't seem to mind he climate. His only want from lome seemed to be razor blades and 10 asked that his mother send at east six packages very soon. Before going to England, Paul was stationed for several months at Ft. Snelling. WEST END CAFE AT LIVERMORE CLOSES DOORS Uvermore: The West End Cafi closed Its doors this week. -Louis French, who has been operating i for the past few years, joined th< navy about a month ago. Mrs French and her mother have been operating the resturant since Mr French left, but decided to aban< don it., Mr. French has just com pleted a ten-day furlough. TITONKANEWS than as lard? Cooperate in the government fat salvage program and give as much used cooking fat as possible. * * * i If you have any old records in the attic or around the house, there are two things which you can do. Give the good ones, which are appropriate In spirit to> the Legion Posts for disposal In army camps. The others' can be turned In for cash at the Kossuth Radio Company, Algona, Iowa. The government wants the shellac on them. • * * If home canners carry through their plans, 98 per cent of all farm .families will can enough to average 243 jars per family city famllle 1 will can enough to average 41 jars per family. Are you doing your part? ind Mrs. Gerald Frankl. Others ttending were Mr. and Mrs. Tec Ungsdorf and flamlly, Mr. and MTs 'rank Mulligan and family, Mrs 'aul Mulligan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt. ilmore City Folks Move to Wefcley Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neu- oth and two daughters moved their lousehold good! from Gilmore City Friddy into the Anton Goetz house, •acatecl some time ago by the Lee Wirth family. Mr. Neuroth Is now operating a Standard Oil truck for Delbert Benteot. F. C. Manwiller, who had operated the truck since early last spring, hos joined the irmed forces. Mr. Neuroth had a Catkins route out of Qilmore City 'or seversfli years. Mrs. Neuroth is Solsella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman. BOB PLUNKETT<S OATS YIELD 70 BUSHELS TO ACRE Threshing was somewhat halted last week by intermittent rains Yields are varying considerably eoSme fields averaging about 40 bushels per acre. One field, however on Clarence Mawdsley's place that is being fanned by Bob Plunkett yielded 70 bushels per acre while another field on the same farm ord. fell far short of that rec- Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tapper were Thursday evening visitors at_ the Dick' B. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer an Wesley and Mr. end-Mrs. John J Rippentrop were Algona busines callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermlll tool' his mother, Mrs. E. R. Intermlll, t Colfax Thursday where she wil take treatments. J. J. Cosgrove who is a teachc In the Boys' Industrial 1 School at Fildoru, is visiting this week with relatives at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Smidt are the liruud parents of their first child, a boy, David Larry, born Wednesday afternoon, July 29, at the Dolmaige hospitakin Buffalo Genter. Mr. 'and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and Jean land Floyd spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Elliott's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. A. M, Friest 'and their aged grandmother at Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U, Meyer and Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B- Meyer as their guests left Sat: urday afternoon for Spirit Lake to spend the week «nd at the Meyer cottage. Mr. and Mrs, Benn H. Gerdes, who have been living In the John Pannkuk home south of the Ramsey church, moved (Thursday / to Buffalo Center where they recently bought a house, Mrs. Charles Ball of Monroe, Wis,, a former resident of Titonka and mother of Dr. R. C. Ball, who has been sick for a .couple of months, is still holding her own. She Is bedng cared 'for by a tarin- eil nurse, T The U-peal-M club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. O. J. Dewall as hostess. Guests included Mrs. Frank Fisher, Mrs. James Mc- Cojley ami Itfrs, F, Q, Eljiott. Honors were won 'by Mrs. Guy Bruns ant} Mrs, McColley, M*S. Edward Sathoff birthday party jor her ypung ?o Craigj Thursday whp was t jears old. H,e entertained tee crearo and special ftgvgt* for each. PJ»e, was served, by his mother. Mjr*. R$y Jdiller and BOH, and l|»e, Harold M4Ue p and wl**V "fl^^rWjS S»y TB*" at /FbtePWn Jfcur«4»y and catted 09 tto Joe Larfowj at lite awte An4 ateo «aw 1*e the 90$ Millers CLARENCE KRAFT, LONE ROCK, NOW IN VIRGINIA CAMP Lone Rock: Clarence Kraft, who was stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Camp, called his parents, | the Emll Krafts, by telephone on Monday evening. He was to be transferred to a diesel engineer- Ing shool at Richmond, Va., and was to leave for that point Wednesday. Clarence enlisted In the navy in June/ Mrs. Jennie Whltford is a pat- lent at the Mercy hospital at Maion City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough are the parents of a son born Thursday. Bert Sharff and his men of Mason City are drilling a well for W. J, Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Donnell are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday at the Kossuth hospital. Miss Beulah Gladstone left for Fort Benning, Ga., Thursday for a visit with her friends, Harry Montgomery. Mrs. Harry Hdbson awfl Mrs. Wm. Hobson took the former's son Wallace to Mason City Friday from where he returned to Kansas City, where he ds attending school. Dorothy Hobson and .Mary Ann Flaig, students at Mason City, re- returned home with the Hobsons for the week enxi. Itt Your Drive td Victory Check Your Car Regularly Your automobile is the only one you will have for a long time to come. Have it checked regularly .. . you'll prevent waste of .precious gas and oil and metals for replacements. Bring It to Johnson's for a thorough check-up. Johnson's D-X Station State and Moore Si. AWWWWWWWWV; All Upper Des Moines Want Ada run a second time free in lite Sat- 1 5 urday Shopper. MRS. CHAS. EGEL REPORTS SECOND SNOWBALL BLOOM Our locality is becoming as famous for its most unusual happen ings as some places in our grea United States, which have been more hjghly .advertised. Mrs. Chas Egel has reported that a large snow ball bush is .blooming most pro fusely for the second time this sea 'son, having been filled with bios soms quite early Jn the season. ' I Is thought excessive moisture ha caused this phenomenon.' Miss Dorothy Mawdsley vl.sit'-c several days Jajst week with friend in Des Moines. Mrs. Armor Lemkee arrived hom< this week after an extended visi with her sister in, Chicago. Mrs. Mary Dole has-been spend ing some time with her daughter Mrs. Oswald Thilges at St. Bene diet. Mrs. Chris Long was taken to th Kossuth hospital recently where sh is recuperating from a gall ston attack. Mrs. James Magonegal has 'gon to Iowa City, where she is.receiv ing medical aid at the Universit hospital. Mrs. Alice Schore and daughte Mary Alice, are visiting with Mrs Schore's sister, Mrs. Forbus Stitlz south of Livermore. . For the remainder of the summe untU the first of September the meetings ic-f the local Presbyterian Aid society wdll be discontinued. Mrs. Ray Fitch and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Skilling were last Thursday guests of Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark at Britt. tH. W. Kohlhaas, south of Irvington farmer, went to Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday where he will go through the clinic for a general check-up of his health. Miss Albertha Boldridge of Des Moines visited recently with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boldridge, Sr. Albertha /is employed at the ordnance plant near Ankeny. • Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Hackman.'Sr., home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert Bind Ernest Newman of Whlttemore and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and son, Robert. (Mrs. Albert Snyder and two children of Eatpn, Colo., is visit- Ing at the home of her father, Andrew Godfredson, Mrs. Snyder being better remembered here as Frances Qodfredaon. Donna Jean Reeves returned on Sunday to the Andrew Godfredson home after spending two weeks at Clear Lake with her aunt and un- cl,e Mr. and Mrs, .Kenneth Samp, who had a cottage there. (Mr, and Mrs. Peter Bormann and two daughters, Mrs. Oscar Froeh- Uck and Mrs. Wastey Rand of Mtakato, Minn., visited Sunday with the Chas. Egels. Mrs, Bormann WOKM PIGS WITH PTZ Effective against nodular and common round worms. PTZ Powder b easy to give. You just mix it with feed. Cost* about 3/ pet pig. Use only as directed. Free. your pigs from worms now. Uw PTZ (Phenothiazine) before you start pouring the feed to them. . D.Janes The Kexall Store Basking Beautifies Brilliant sunlight is grand for your body—but it's harmful and uncomfortable for your eyes. Bask lots—; but be sure your vision is protected with good / sunglasses — having lenses of fine, flaw-free ophthalmic glass. And, if you wear corrective glasses, for the utmost in comfort and convenience, have these sunglasses ground to your prescription—two pairs of glasses in one! A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST • Iowa Livestock Auction Thursday, August 6 300 good Colorado Hereford steer and heifer calves, v/t 300 to 400 Ibs. 150 good Hereford yearling steers and heifers, wt. 600 to 700 Ibs. 100 good Shorthorn yearling and 2 year old steers, wt. 600 to 900 Ibs. These cattle are all consigned direct fnftn the range. SALES ARE HELD EVERY THURSDAY If preferred you can buy cattle at private sale. Garner Sales Co. Garner, Iowa Notice To Rural Teachers Order your phonograph records NOW to assure having them when you need them. Check your list today, and come in. Kossuth Radio & Electric Phone 170 With Pratt Electric 8M JMCrs. are sister*. Mrs, Beds, Watson, local post- wlstresjftT left test Thursday for California, where she will spend a month visiting revives and friends. During her absence Miss Margaret Mulligan., assistant postmistress, will 'be }n charge of the pfflee. •A. family reunion was held at the home pf Mr. *»4 Mrs. Lyle Raney ~ " (of the Steuspy family, present wjre Mrs. Freda .. _,. 9f W#»jtey, Mr. and Mrs. Mikf LflSS, Jr-i -Mrs. Anna Schun- Where Freemen Shall Stand .." THERE shaH you stwd, also; for you are an American, You were a part of Lexington and Concord . j*. of Gettysburg , .• . and San Juan Hill. You were with the men at Pearl Harbor . . . asking for more Japs at Wake Island , , . fighting with General MacArthur in Bataan, YOU will help win the Victories today, f '< , THE ANSWEB to Pearl Harbor is in four heart , , , in the way you'f eel wfien. you bear "The Stay Spangled Banner", , , in the courage and d<M# that you toing tp your wartime job whatever it HJajr tos , , , the w lieveifl Wberty bard enough to die for it,,, , , JTQT EY1BY one can send m enemy bomb'er e$M&ing m gun from 'the deck of a battleship; but Way gltawp w$ x ( qppmtunjty to Jielp Wi the war — w American way to ed tav Vietojy, ^ery gtamp and Bond you buy wjp hjgp of , Am YOU® ^ aftd the skies over savings for Victory, Make !" • i The Algona Upper *<.«.'•', y" - v 1 . fi*- > ' * **fc«s*-*

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