The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 11, 1942
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, iVr^OrV "7^"*»,;^f ]*-5"4f 'T^'Or **"* ' *. * ' **' V • * -" MARRIED MEN OF WEST BEND JOIN ARMED SERVICE West Bend: George Blake enlisted in the naval reserve at Spencer as A second class seaman. Mr. Blako has 'been farming In this vicinity where he has grown to manhood. He Is married and the father of two sons. He expects to leave for service August 27. I. H. Morey left Wednesday for Chicago from where he expects to go to Norfolk, Va., to servo with the naval reserve as a first class carpenter. Mr. Morey enlisted some time ago as a carpenter with the naval reserve. Mr. Morey is married and the father of four children. •Donald Knocker has been accepted in the reserve of the army nir corps and has passed his physical and mental tests at DCS Molnjs earlier this week. Mr. Kuecker Is married and the father of one child. He has fanned all his life near West Bend, first with his father, Win. Kuecker, and then with his brother, Fred. Ms father is a veteran of the Spanish-American 1 Wnr. Dormld Kuecker has a very good record In this part of the state as an amateur and semi-professional baseball pitcher and two years ago signed a contract with the New York Yankees. He spent most of the summer with the Norfolk, Ncbr., team, a farm team of the Yankees, until he injured his WEST BEtrtJ FOLKS StUPBtSB MKS. L. ZINNBL, CW1KDEB A group of relatives and friends from West Bend pleasantly surprised Mrs, L. Zlnnel Sunday on her birthday at her home In Cylinder, Those who attended in-eluded Mr. and Mrs. Freid Trahb and family Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chrlstensen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Banwart and SOP, Mr. «nd Mrs. Henry Zlnnel, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zlnnel, Mr. and Mrs.. Ben Anliker and family, Mrs. Geo. Struthers and daughter, Ruth, and son, Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hendrickson, Mr. and Mrs. George Thatcher and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. August Schafer and son, Roger, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jennings Harris and family, Virginia Lnw nnd Gordon Bruellmnn. The Zlnnels moved to Cylinder last March. jMr. nnd Mrs. Joe Schneider ara the parents of a son born Saturday. They have one other child, Bar- barn. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montag were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fordycc in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Caroline Telford and Mrs. Hannah Hanson of Ottosen arc spending a few days visiting at the Edward Von Bank home. Mrs. Harvey Mertz, Mrs. I. M. Ford nnd granddaughter, Nancy Ann Skuttle are visiting in Minneapolis with Mrs. Ford's son and Mrs. Mertz's brother. Miss Rosella Laubenthal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A." L. Laubenthal, spent a few days the past week at the Dr. A. J. Laubenthal home in Emmetsburg. Collection of Scrap Is Now Essential Robert M. Loss, chairman of the Kossuth County U. S. D. A. W<*r Board, states that the collection of critical salvage materials Is absolutely essential in our war effcrt. Every pound of scrap iron must be collected. Every ounce of rubber must be found. Not one discarded jar ring must be left. The success of this War depends upon who has the most and best airplanes, tanks, ships, guns and ammunition. Critical salvage material is used in the production of these Implements of war. Our soldiers must not say, "Too little—too late!" Let's do our part In picking up every ounce of scrap iron and rubber and see that It Is sent on its way to the smelters. Cresco Farms Sells For $121.50 an Acre The H. E. Rlst quarter section, "Gunnerside" west of the Country Club was recently sold to Henry and Al Eischeid. The latter plans to move to the farm March 1. The land 'brought a price of $121,50 per acre. Ed Capesius made the deal. The Following Prices Were Paid By The Algona Co-op Creamery Co. July 15-31,1942 Wholemilk Butterfat (3.5%) ------ 59c Sweet Cream Butterfat _______ ---- 45c First Grade Cream Butterfat ._ ----- -44c F. O. B. Algona We Manufacture Iowa State Brand Butter LOCALS Dorothy ft*y Honored at CJrtrton— The following Item appeared in the Fort Dodge Messenger Friday: Mrs. C. R. Kramer of Washington, D. C., arid Miss Margaret Anderson were hostesses Wednesday evening at a linen shower at the O. G. Day home for Miss Dorothy Day. Two contests were Won by Miss Marjorie Naefke and Miss Marlene Miller. A blue and white nautical scheme was carried out In the decorations. The gifts were placed under an arch of white crepe paper streamers held In place with blue tlebacks to form a curtain effect. A basket of white gladioli, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Kramer, was placed at one side of the curtairt A cake decorated with anchors on the side and centered with a bride and groom served as the table decoration. The nutcups were blue with white achors at one side. Miss Day is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Day of Clarion and has been employed at the Iowa State Bank at Algona since last November. She will become the Ardyth Dettman Wed In California No. 4 SKIMMILK POWDER BUTTERMILK POWDER For Animal Use PASTEURIZ ED MILK, CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE / Distributors of AL-CO GAS—AL-CO TEX GAS VEEDOL OIL AL-CO PENN OIL AL-CO OIL Kerosene ,Tractor Fuel Distillate No. 1-2 Feed Oilmeal— Buttermilk Powder —Salt Algona Co-op Creamery Co. Phone 400 rerattBraBg^^ L. E. Llnnan spent Thursday at •Pipestone, Minn., on business. Mr. a^d Mrs. E. A. Genrtrh of Ames called on friends in Algona Sunday afternoon. DJ E. Mcwcl of thfe Advance office spent Friday and Saturday in Des Moines attending to business matters. Billy Gmjerian spent last week at the home of William Zimmerman at Bode. Billy is tht son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderlan. Mrs. James Reid left today for her home in Bartlesville, Okla., after a ten-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Theo. Chrischllles returned Friday evening from Chicago where he had spent a few days on a buying trip for the Chrischilles store. Patricia Hewins jof Freeport, Illinois, has been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce, the past two weeks and will be here another week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright and Mrs. F. L. Tribon attended a family reunion- of the Tribon family at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. Tribon accompanied her daughter, Dorothy and family to Mountain, Wisconsin. for a two weeKs- visit. Jimmy Gould of Harlan, I/nva, has spent the past two weeks at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. John Kirk. They took him to Sipirit Lake Sunday where he is spending the wenk at a cottage with Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Winder of Waterloo. Mrs. Winder and Mrs. Kirk are sisters. Sir. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and family spent Thursday and Friday at Ryan, Iowa, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter. They went to Cedar Rapids Saturday where Mr. Kresensto" attended the 25th reunion of the Battery E of the First World War. Mrs. Kresensky and family visited ai. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler while in Cedar Rapids. Miss Ardyth Dettman,. San Diego, California, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman, Burt, became the bride of George Kinkki, of San Diego, Sunday, August 2 at the Lutheran church In Hollywood, California. The couple was attended by Arfene Godden and Wallace Kensmoe of San Diego. The bride was attired in a white street length dress and wore a corsage of orchids. Her attendant wore a white street length dress and wore a corsage of red roses. The bride is a *41 graduate of the Burt high school and has been employed as a clerk at Consolidated Aircraft in San Diego. The groom is a 1939 graduate of the Cromwell, Minnesota, high school. He is employed at Consolidated Aircraft. bride 'of Willis V, Colwell, who Is stationed at the naval alf base In San Dleso. California, this month. Present 'from Algona were Mrs. Hugh Colwtffl and Mrs, Frank Moore. 4-H Olub Meets— ' A 4-H meeting of the Burt Blue Birds was held at the home of Helena Welsbrod Monday evening of last week. The meeting was called to order and roll call was ans toned by the Pledge to the WftL and the 4-H pledge. Seven girls and Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. (Person were -pres'ent. Janet Sage was elected the new seceretary and treasurer Plans were made for local Achievement Day which Is Friday. Helena Welsbrod and Shirley Hansen planned their demonstration S? canning corn. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Wed at Des Moine*— Leo Frankl, son of Mrs. Ann Frankl, and Alice Rlggle of Corwith were married Wednesday July 29 at Des Moines by Father Phalen. Leo has been employed at San Diego for the past year and Just recently returned to Algona. Mr and Mrs. Frankl went to Lake Oko- bojl where they will spend sovera days before Leo enlists In the armed forces. Mrs. Frankl will complete her business course at Mason City. Sewing Club Meets- Mrs. G. A. Conklln will enter tain the members of her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday) a her home. Members of the club are Mesdames E. J. Hermanson R. 3? Nealy, Lloyd Pratt, W. A Hardy, L. S. Muckey. R. H. Glider Ian, Dennis Pratt, R. B, Waller Paul Lindholm, Henry Koop an' Harlan Sigsbee. Visitor Honpred— A one o'clock luncheon was hel at the Algona hotel Wednesday aft ^^••^^••^^^•••^•^•^^^ —• Christensen's "Investment" Values August Fur Sale Ubtatf 6f *trt. whd wa* vittting i, «Jsn«M. Three table* '6f wew In plaj 1 #M MM. ttaf- td Walke* winning the first pHze and MM. Helen Morfls winnlrtg the second Hobby Club Mrs. ftiohsrfd Norton will enters tain the mambera of the Hottiy club tomorrow (Wednesday) noon at her home. Members of the club are Mesdamea E. J. Ken dor, Richard Cowan, Harlatt Frank!, i>. J. Simon, ®. B. Anderson, Chet De- Sart and ftobert Williams. Guild to Fenton— - The St. 't'homas Guild A* the fepls- <p6cai church Will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. B. Laage at Fentbn. The guild will meet on Wednesday Instead of Thursday as they usually do. Rebekah Lodge Witt Meet— The Rebekah lodge Will meet tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at the Oehnert hotel. A good attendance Is deaired to help plan for the family picnic to be held Friday at the Call park. Livestock Auction Thursday Aug. 13 700 HEAD OF CATTLE •including good ***** •*«« and bttftf *M« torn Col-' orado, Wt. 280 to 400 Ibfl. ^ 160 good Shorthorti steers, wt. 6W to 900 libs. m good Hereford yearling steers, wt. 660 to p60 Ibs. 1<X> gcod Dakota Sh6rthorn and W. ft heifers, wt, 600 to 600 tt». Cattle are all consigned here direct from the range. All cattte are health Inspected and sorted even In size and quality and riold in lots to suit the purchaser. , Sales are held every Thursday. We sell cattle privately every Co. day of the week. Garner GARNER, IOWA , One Day Only .Wednesday, August 12th West Bend News 4.. Tuesday-, August 12—Last Time THEY KISSED THE BRIDE GOODBYE" and "SWEATER GIRL" WednesdaO'-Thursaaj-, August 12-13 Wednesday Bargain Matinee 10c-25c Friday and Saturday, August W-15 Big Double Feature Three-Way Show v \ l / // \ V UYING AND/ lOVING That's/ , August 1&-17-1S Mrs. Hilma Mars, Miss Olive Mars and Miss Arlene.Mars of Gowrie spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Peril. Mrs. Pertl is a daughter of Mrs. Mars. Air. and Mrs. Fl ^. Forsythe spent Sunday at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forsythe and family. Jimmie and Raymond returned home with their grandparents for a week's visit. Mrs. Frank Ludwig left from Ai- gona Sunday in company with her son, William, and family on a two weeks' visit at Guttenberg, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ludwig in Chicago, Charley Carl in Giten Bay, Wis., and at other points. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans of Cherokee were Wednesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kevins Cuplin. Mrs. Cuplin accompanied them to Cherokee, where she spent Thursday and Friday and Mr. Cuplin and son, Gilbert, went to Cherokee after her Friday evening. George McDowell, Jr., was a recent visitor at the home of nis parents, the Rev. and Mrs. George McDowell. He has been at Sioux Falls, S. D., as a tester of concrete at the new airport which has been built there and he expected to leave that place soon for a like job at Watertown, S. D. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Weber and son, Irvin, are spending a vacation at various points in the northern part of the country. At the time of leaving they had not planned any set vacation but had Intended to visit wherever the good spots appeared along the highway. Mrs. J. C. Scurr and son, Harry, of Grinnell are spending this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hansen. They are well remembered in West Bend where Mr. Scurr was Smith-Hughes agricultural instructor and principal in the school before he left here to operate a locker plant in Grinnell in 1937. Hospital News Buy Now! Special Sale and Showing. Save on fur styles that will be "good fashion" for many seasons. Now is the time to secure the Coat of your choice. Advanced Fashions! Excellent Quality! Guaranteed Values! Beautiful Styling! Ding Dong Hear That Bell Ring LITTLE JOHNNIE no longer .wants to play. He wants to go to school, and become a real smart boy —and LITTLE MARY JANE, who always loves her teacher, is just up and on her toes to get back in school and see. all her little friends, and to learn so many interesting things. YOUR NEEDS—*nd you all NEED School Supplies Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Rulers Crayolas, Walter Color Paintsy Paint Brushes, Loose Leaf Binders and KJlers, etc., etc. Eversharp Pens-Pencils $1.00 Each and Up .,•,..•,,-••,••. The Best $1.00 Pen Made ' t t Also Pens and Pencils at 25c and 50c SPECIAL—LOOSE LEAP FILLERS 50 sheets, extra quality — 5cf FIRST DAYS SPECIAL—Watch our. window. You will be surprised and pleased. Lusby & Giossi Take a little longer and tfou/l ca/i will . last a lot longer! Kossuth Hospital August 5th—Robert Riley, Algo na, surgical. August 6—Mrs. W». Larson, Burt surgical August 7-Sharen Eden. Wesley, aurgical; Alia Eden, Wesley, surgical. August 8—Mrs, H- M. ThiUjes, Algona, medical. August 9—Rosemary Stebrite, Algona, accident; B. H. Stebrite, Algona, accident; James Walker, Algona, accident. August 10—Mary Platt, Algoua, surgical. Genmal Hostel August 4 -Mw. Merwln Marlow, tone Rock, surgical; Mrs. Melvin Hawks, Lone Bock, surgical; Mrs. Sam Itok, Svrea City. boy. August.7—Kenneth E. Welfare, Sw-a City, surgical. See our Special Showing of "Back to School" classics. Classics that wjU give you years of smart, long wear— definitely the clothes you'll need for this busy college year. Sweaters—Blouses—Accessories You can afford to buy evejyltiing you need at Christensen's. There's no question »bout it, you get «n urge to step on, the juxelfrttor when vow fee) Phillips 66 Poly G« get down to work 10 your inotoir! Rut remember, it's vitally important that you do your part in th$ great nation-wide campaign to CARE FOR YOUR CAR—FOR YOUR COUNTRY. Anil one of the roost important items in cwing for your car is to spate the tires by holding speed lire engineer* hive proved that -,:, , in summer especially , , . driving at 60 miks ta bow will wear out Href almost three time* as fast as driving *t 40. Driving at % reasonable speed also saves gasoline *ad motor oil So, next trip you ttfee, fill up with *f ftf.i remember to hold down we*r OQ iP*SM Vi» S^S JrVlW ff*S? wj BSPPHU^ down your spec*} to less &M 40 miles per hour. Phill-tip with Phillips. 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