The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1942 · Page 8
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• Mbmi FIRE RAZES FARM HOME NEAR SWEA CITY THURSDAY Swea City: Fire of undetermined origin razed the house on the L K. Krantz farm tenanted by the Art Buckholt family last Thurs day. evening. The alarm was given about 6:30 and the Swea City fire trucks and members of the fire department answered the call Through their efforts, the fire was prevented from spreading to other (buildings. The dwelling was an olc one and its! IntjeHior) was badly damaged by the fire. .Contents of the house were mostly saved. The place is known as the old Butterworth farm and is located three miles east of town on highway 9 Mr. Krantz, the owner, lives at Tltonka. Mrs. Holger Peterson left last week for Kansas City, where her husband has employment. A son was toom to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link on August 3, at an Ai- gona hospital. The Links have one other child, a daughter, Gwendolyn, The Baptist congregation held its quarterly business meeting at the Guild hall last Monday night. The •business session was followed by refreshments and a social h'our. Lucille Berg, who taught mathematics in the Williams school last year, has been elected to teach tb.3 ninth grade algebra in the Webster City junior high school. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg who live west of town. The Geo, K. Nelson and Cecil Griffith families were at Rapidan, Minn., Monday evening on a fish- Ing trip. They report a good catch of catfish and smaller varieties. The large power dam in the river at that point is known as a good fishing spot. Supt. A. H. Schuler received his master of arts degree from Colorado State college at Greeley on August 6. He has been working toward this degree during the past few summers. He and his wife were expected home some time this week to prepare for the opening of the Jocal schools. flBernice Vaughn and her niece and nephew, Marjorie and Lee Hillsten arej in Hudson, Colo., vis.t- ing at the home of Ed Hillsten, father icf Marjorie and Lee. Mr. Hillsten will be remembered here, having made his home here for some time and having been employed by the Nelson Mercantile Co. Mrs. LaVerne Finlayson, formerly Geneva Berg before her marriage last winter, is visiting her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg. Mrs. Finlayson is recovering from a three weeks' illness with a gall bladder trouble. She has been at the home of her husband's parents at Rockwell. Her husband is stationed at an eastern army camp. The first Softball game held on the lighted field at the school grounds this season resulted irr a 2-1 defeat for the home team at the hands of the Dr. Pepper aggregation from Fairmont. Games were I held twice weekly last year, but the armed forces have taken most cf the former players and Monday night's game was the last local one for Bud Letcher and Leonard Appelquist, who were among the August 6 call from this county. Proceeds of the game were to go to the boys in military service. of Livermore Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lenertz and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan spent the week end at Twin Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huebsch of Fort Dodge, who had a cottage rented there. • Mrs. Albert Smith received a telegram Thursday stating that her father had passed away at his home In Milo, Iowa. She and her husband and family left the same day for Milo. > Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and two daughters, Helen Mae and Lois visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith at Waterloo. On Monday they visited with relatives at Clarksville. The Lutheran Ladles' Aid met at the home of Mrs. John Hohenberger Thursday afternoon. After the business meeting a social afternooh was spent. A lurrch was served by Mrs. Hohenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Fuhrmann and daughter, Yvonne, Mrs. Lena Fuhrmann ond Mrs. Albert Weber attended the funeral services for Mrs. Mary Fuhrmann at St. Joe Monday morning. Theresa Ehrhardt, a former resident here, and a graduate of the Livermore school, will teach at Bayard in Guthrie county this year. She taught the primary grades in Hardy for the past six years. •Earl Tillson sends word from a reception center in Pennsylvania, that he has joined the army. He and his mother, Mrs. Lucy Tillson. went to Pennsylanvia in June to visit his aunt, Mrs. Violet Derr. The Walther League met at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Groh. After the business meeting and Bible study, the evening was sperft in playing- games; Refresh' orients were served by Mrs. Groh Annabelle Conley, who finished a beauty course at the, Fort Dodg< Beauty Academy, has commenced work at a shop In Claripn. Miss Viola Anderson who also finished a course, In Working In a shop at Bradgate. A group of friends of Mrs. Mag' gle Scribner came to her home on Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was spent in .playing 500. Mrs. Scribner was presented with some nice gifts. A lunch brought by the quests was served. Mrs. Anna 1 Pooch returned home Saturday from Albert Lea, Minn., where she spent three weeks visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Mosier. Mr. and Mrs. Mosier and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lelthy, brought her home. Mrs. Edith Johnson was hostess Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon honoring her sister-in-low Mrs. Sack of Hartford, Iowa. Two tables of bridge were in play during the afternoon. Mrs. Edith Oltman was awarded the prize for high score. Mrs. Rose Smith was awarded second high and Mrs. Slack won travel prize and was also presented with a guest prize. The Pinochle club met at the home of Mrs. John Tuttle Friday afternoon. Mrs. Edna Goiodanough and the Misses Clara Maliir and Anna and Lena Altman were 'addi- tlo-ial guests. Mrs. Frank Hoffman was awarded the prize. Entertaining the cluto on this particular day was quite a feat for the hostess as she had already served din- rrer to a threshing crew at noon. JOYCE GRAHAM, BURT, MARRIES W. B. GRAVES, ARMY PHOTOGRAPHER Lakota Physician Gets Navy Commission Lakota: Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams returned a week ago Sunday evening from a two weeks' vacation in Canada. They went to Des Moines Monday afternoon where the doctor received his commission as lieutenant commander and he will leave August 20th for San Diego, Calif., to enter the navy. This leaves another town in this vicinity without a doctor. Burt: Joyce Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham and Donald Graves, son iof Mr. ami Mrs. W. B. Graves, Urbana, III., were married at the Burt Methodist church Tuesday evening at 8:30, the Rev. Hi W. Jackman performing the single ring ceremony. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, a mass of garden flowers and white trellis work formed the back ground. Before the cerenvony Mrs. Glenn Graham, sister-in-law of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly" and "O Promise Me." She was accompar.;.- ed by Mrs. Kenneth May, Emmetsburg, a cousin of the bride, who also played the wedding march. The bride, who wore a pink street length dress, with navy blue jacket and navy hat, faced with pink ami carried a corsage of roses, was attended by her friend, Ruby Nelson, who was dressed in navy blue trimmed in white with hat to match and also carried a corsage of roses. The bridegroom who was in uniform, was attended by Leslie Graham, brother of the bride. Kenneth Graham, Plymouth and Lawrence Chipman, acted as ushers. Following the ceremony a reception at which about 50 relatives and friends were present, was held at the home of the bride's parents. Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Graves, parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mm John Emmert of Mason City, Kenneth Graham and Mr. arrd Mrs. Gordon Bjerke of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May and son of Emmetsburg and Lester Stow of Cedar Rapids.. The newlyweds left Wednesday for his home at Urbana, 111., where they were to spend the remainder of his furlough after which he will return to BoJling Field, Washington, D. C., where he is an aerial photographer in the U. S. air corps and she will return to Burt for the present. The bride was graduated from the Burt high school in 1941 after which she went to Denver, Colo., where she met her future husband, who was then stationed at Lowry Field, near Denver. She returned home a few weeks ago. The bridegroom is a graduate of Urbana high school , and has been in the service for i more than a year. HELEN WEISBBOD HOSTESS TO BUBT BLUE BIRDS The Burt Blue Birds 4-H club met last week Monday evening with Helen W.eiabrod, Roll caJl was answered by giving the pledge to the flag and the 4 J H pledge. Janet Sage was elected the new secretary-treasurer. Plans were made local Achievement Day, which will be held August 14. Helen Weisbrod and Shirley Hansen planned their demonstration which will be on canning corn. Seven girls and two mothers, Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Person, were present. The sewing circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. J. Bernau. Betty Jarnagin,- Peterson, visited from Tuesday to Friday with Mary Ann Smith. The Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Geisler, Spencer, visited Monday-at the Rev. L. Richmann home. The Fidelis Sunday School class had a hobo party at the home of Mrs. I. W. Hansen Friday afternoon. (Lester Stow, Cedar Rapids, left Wednesday after visiting here since Sunday at the home of his father, F. O. Stow. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel returned on Friday from Aurora, 111., where she had spent a couple of weeks at the home of her son, Floyd. A group of friends gathered at the W. W. Boettcher home Wednesday afternoon to help Mrs. Boettcher celebrtae her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Koeneke and twin daughters, Lela and Leola, Wortyington, Mdnn^, visited jlast week from Monday to Tuesday at the 'Rev. G. H. Wessel home. Mra. Koeneke is the Rev. Wessel's niece. f V " MAT MEAN WAR ON THE WIRES When you ask the long distance operator to get you someone somewhere, you may hear the operator say "N.C."— which means "No Circuit" — the lines are in use. During the past few years this Company and the other companies of the Bell System have made tremendous additions to their plant, equipment and organization to handle the increased use of telephone service; yet over many long distance routes and in many exchanges there is a shortage of facilities. In normal times we would build more lines but now copper and other critical metals are needed for ships and shells and planes and other weapons of war. You Can Help Conserve Critical War Materials and Keep the Lines Open lor War Calls Long distance lines to Washington, D. C., the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coast areas and other centers of military activity are very busy with war callo. If it is really necessary to make a call over these lines, won't you please try to avoid the busiest hours which are on week days between 9 and 12 in the forenoon, 2 and 5 in the afternoon and 7 and 9 in the evening? It also will help if you can make fewer local calls and keep each call as brief as possible. If you share a party line, please be considerate of the other fellow. In war-time, many more people have to use party-line service. Everything must be subordinated fp winning, the war and the Bell System is dedicated to that task. NORTHWESTERN BEL ELEPHONE COMPANY KENNETH DEV1NE, BANCROFT, WEDS NEW YORK GIRL Bancroft:'According to word received here recently, t>r. Ktftneth Devine, son of Mrd. Lillian Devlne of 'Bancroft was married to Miss Evelyn Nowroekl, June 15, at St. Boniface Catholic church, Rochester, N 1 . Y. The bride la head nurse at the hospital there and Dr. Devlne Is serving hia Interneahlp. Dr. Devine attended St. John's school here and graduated In 1934. After his graduation he went to Iowa State Cqllege at Ames for three years an'd from there he went to the Coi- •lege of Medicine at the State University of Iowa, and in 1941, he graduated from there. Upon graduation he received his appointment as an Interne in Highland hospital in Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson are the parents of a daughter born Monday evening. Chicago visitors this week at the George Fangman home are Mr. and Mrs. Metzler and two sons. JUirry and Francis Nemmers are spending this week at Camp Lady of the Lake at Lake Okobojl. Sister M. Baptista returned lo Sioux City Wednesday after spending two weeks visiting relatives here. G. Hamilton and family and Geo. Kockler of Swea City attended a family reunion at Mason City last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F.. J. Hatten and two sons, Harold and Jack, visited Sunday at the Ed Hatten home at Stacyville. Donald Dudding, employee at the meat packing plant at Albert Lea, Minn., is spending a few days at the parental M. C. Dudding home. Mrs. J. F. Helinsky, Mrs. Albert McCarthy and Dorothy Nurre are taking the advanced first aid course which is held twice a week at Plum Creek. The mending class will meet at the home of Mrs. R. E. Weber on Wednesday afternoon and darn socks. Anyone who is interested may attend the meeting. Walter Elsbecker received a smashed little finger on his left hand when his hand became caught in the chain of an elevator. Three stitches were required to close the wound. Miss Minnie Shirley and Miss Mable Hart of Glenwood spent last week end visiting at the G. D. Hart home. Miss Shirley left on Monday but Miss Hart remain id for a few weeks' visit. Mr. arrd Mrs. H. G. Hamilton attended the National Chick convention at Grand Rapids Michigan, last week. From there they went to Boston and took their son, John, with them to New York City for a few days' visit . They returned home Friday. iFuneral services were held Monday at Marble Rock for Mrs. John Merfield who died Friday during an operation. She was a sister of Mrs. N. B. Schiltz, Mrs. Joe Rahe, Peter and Matt Kramer, all of Bancroft. Many relatives attended the funeral from Bancroft. : Philip Inman, Bancroft, has just been awarded a dertif|.calte of * merit and has been given junior membership in The Holstein-Friesian Association of America, Brat- tlebono, Vermont. He was recommended for these awards by the State 4-H club leader. Bancroft Boy Gets University Degree Bancroft: Norman Kohnke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kohnke of Bancroft, graduated from the University of Iowa last Friday. He received a degree in physical education. After his graduation from St. John's high school he attended St. Thomas College in St. Paul for one year hefore going to Iowa City. He left Algona last Wednesday with the draftees for Camp Dodge. BURT NEWS The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its monthly sewing and business meeting in the Legion hall Wednesday afternoon, August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McChane left Thursday for Brlnkley, Arkansas, to visit the Frank Gibbs family. The McChanes live on the Gibbs farm. After the Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday evening, a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill was held and they were presented with a gift. There will be no services at the Lutheran church Sunday morning, Aug. 16, as the pastor, the Rev. L. Richmann, .will preach at the Orphans Festival in Fort Dodge on that day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore received word Wednesday that their son, Herbert, of Oklahoma City, Okla., had joined the navy. He served during the last World War, and has a wife and several children. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lisius and sons, Milton and Ronald, left Friday for their home at Juanita, Nebr., after spending nearly a week here at the home of Mrs. Lisius' mother, Mrs. George Koestler and other relatives. The Roy Morgans moved the end of last week into the Hanna house. The J. L. Millers, formerly of Titonka, have moved into the Lura Sewick house, vacated by the Mor gans, Mr. Miller is manager of the Farmers Co-Operative Elevator, Mr. and Mia. and Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mr .and Mrs. L^H. Schenck represented the Legion and Auxiliary at the departure «f the 86 Kossuth .boys who left Wednesday morning from Algona for Des Moines to be inducted into the service. The Burt Legion post furnished treats for the boys. Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle and »on, Jerry, Ste. Genevleve, Mo., came Wednesday for a visit at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Thursday the two doctors went to Templar Park, Spirit Lake, where 'they attended the summer meeting of the Upper Des Moines Medical society. Mrs, K. J. Smith accompanied them there and visited her son, Richard, who work* at the park. Ukot* Women to Visit Husbandm W«*t Lakota: Mr«, Walter Prtgge of Rochester, Minn., was a week end visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JT. A. Barger and'last week Tuesday she went'to Storm Lake. On Wednesday she and her sister, Mrs. 1 ». Everett left for the west coast to visit their husbands. MM. Prlgge's husband Is .In the service located In a hospital in San.Fran- cisco, Calif., and Mrs. Everett's husband IS with .a telephone construction crew Which Is working Irr Wyoming and Nevada on a large project with headquarters a't Reno, Nevada. Lakota Group Leave* For U. S. Service Lakota: Harold Koppen and Marold Geerdes left last week Wednesday for Algona where they joined other,county men on the : way ro DCS Moines for examination for army service. Emory Smith went tT Spencer last week Tuesday and Eldon Heetland to Algona on their way to Des Moines for examination for the navy. Harold Koppen was helping his father, Oust Koppen operate a threshing machine, Emory Smith was assltant postmaster and Eldon, son of Mf. and Mrs. John Heetland, was working in the Heetland restaurant. Mrs. Emory Smith Will take her husbands place in the postoffice. Scarred Veteran The Sumner Gazette reports that "Chubby", a dog belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgrom is recovering from the effects lof a 35-foot-fa!l over a cliff. Last year the pup had the misfortune to have been run over by .an automobile. GRAffT TOWNSHIP BOY INJURED IN FALL FROM PONY titant: Little Larry MtlW tout yeaf old son of Mf. and ACM. Oleh' Mlno, suffered severe fcftilsefc oft his track, head arid lace'when lie fell front hid *>6ny Thursday, catch- \ftg his foot in the stirrup, The pony ran In circles kicking him about the shoulders. (B. p. Donovan 6f Elrrtore fipeht Tuesday aV the Fred Smith home. Mrs. \!6lma Waterbury speni Monday and Tuesday In Spencer Visiting her sister. ; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Balvanco , . Mf. -arrf , Mrs. flS«S$ . berfer and falBliy,Bf OtttfffiWa are at the Ardes Reynolds atifteCed ft severe tout attack at his tioftW oh Tuesday afternoon and is slowly Mr. ahd Mi's. Delmer -.ift Elinor a! Eagfe township via Ifed Thursday evening at the Al Zlelske home. . Mrs, Edwards of Algona la yls itlng her daughter, Mrs. Qofddn Wescott and Js recuperatthg from a recent accident. Mra. Hay Wentworth and Pearl, Mrs, Alvm Richardson and Mrs. Elmer Hamlln and Harold JVent- worth of Blue Earth, attended the funeral of Otto Swlve at Eather- vilte-Wedheaday. CONTROL HOG CHOLERA—VACCINATE NOW! FOR FRESH POTENT SERUM See Lusby' and Giossi We Sell \Vat Savings Stwnm .h free. only" SW,jN«tt1ftUi 86 eash. ' Films left before S ft, m. ready at 8 p.m. • n«w thrill In hotel llvingl B« out guMt and you'll disco v«i • A w«na IriMdlf hotplttlity; • An »ad»m*u to plMM you, B»»nUnillf d*cot*t*droom«. • food you will • V«ry oonVmltnUoeaUon. 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