The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1942 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 11, 1942
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The Aigdfla Uppaf P6s Moififes, AlgoftA, l6wa, Aug. 11,1942 •HMMHi FORMER LAKOTA GIRL MARRIES SEATTLE SOLDIER iLftkot&: Mrs. Wade Bait (formerly Julia Llesveld) received ward last week of the approaching marriage of ftamona, daughter of Mrs. Dora Llesveld of Mason City, Aug. 22nd/to James M, Woods, at Seattle, Washington. The groom, who Is stationed at Indian Island, will have a week's furlough*at that time. Ramona Is the daughter of the late Roy Llesveld, who was Mrs. Ball's brother. The bride has charge of the classified advertising department of the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Llesveld, were among the earliest settlers of Ramsey town- uhlp. . A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Smldt at the Buffalo Center hospital July 20th. The Misses Emma Outknecht and Emma Thavea entertained at four tables of bridge at E*nma Thavea' Tlie 1 ft' Worttoans were Sunday, visitors ot Mr. 4nd Mrs. iL, J.. Needham at theif cottage at Spirit Lake. The Andrew Boekelmans and the Russell Winters attended a family reunion at the Blue fiarth fair* grounds Sunday. Wade Balls brother, Edgar, who has been visiting here the past month, left for Kansas City, Mo., last week Monday. Harry ( Henrietta Boekelman attended a farewell party last week Monday night honor- Ing Joe Boekelman, who left for the army Wednesday. Andrew Boekelman received a cablegram last week Tuesday from his son Albert, who is with the armed forces in Ireland. The message contained birthday greetings to his father. iDIck Smith is visiting his autit, Mrs. Roy Parrington and husband at Forest City. Mrs. Farringto.i fell down some stairs and sprained one ankle and Dick will run errands as well 1 as visit. KOSSUTH COUNTY RURAL CARRIERS MET AT LEDYARD .Ledyard: Hie rural letter carriers and ladles' auxiliary of the Kossuth county R. L. C. A. met on Tuesday evening, Aug. 11, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson at Ledyard with a large and Rozella number attending. After the business and social meetings a wiener Buck, Chickie and Buckaroo Know Their Rope Spinning Oar Winter Needs Today tnfl.1* WINTER ATS 1O 85 TO «5 29 FASHION FIRSTS for '421 Sensationally low priced! A tremendous selection of casuals, reefers, Fur Fabric Coats. .. Everything! All |!n stunning new colors. Every Slie 10 to 52. Younger Girls' CLASSIC COATS 5 95 SUei • to 19 Campus styled, just like Sis' favor-He eooll Darling fiHed reefers, boxy casuals and tie belts. Longer wearing, smarter looking high wool content fabrics. Compare with coats selling la $8. Snow Sulf • of 1OO% WOOL 6 59 Matching Hood . 39c Warm .as Toast style* for bay* and girls. Smart little embrold ered trim wltf for little girls, Belted [ticket! for little fellows. SnMg knit cvff* 'Sterling" OVERCOATS 19 75 Compare wltH $23 Quality llsewhere P • n t y o < • v« rythlng w h • r a mott needed. Rich fleecy surface. Warmth without weight) luitroui rayon latin lining. Double or single breasted fly front model*. 'Sterling $30 quality fabrics and tailoring III smart conservative d r a p • models. Double' a r sjngle breasted 1 !. suns 23 50 WOOL JACKETS 5™ Big, husky jacket* -for extra warmth. Attractive 2-tone colors, warm linings. ."Cclamar" BLANKETS 95 New dlscoveryln warmth. Wool com- blned with Celanese yarn. Woven to wear ... to retain Its lofty nap. Cleaning 6" Rayon satin binding. , Sturdy, moisture resistant fabric*, »19 10. CtonMfe SPREADS Enjoy the beauty and luxury of velvety baby chenllltng at this amazingly low price! Sturdy matching sheeting, lovely designs In toft paitel* and white with multi-color. "fllrtb" DOLLS 4" luy one now to gladden the heart ftf yoyr nail $h« walM, htr eytt, »oy« roast was held and lunch served. Tolwns represented Were Algona, Wesley, Fentoir, Swea City, Lu- Verne, Lakota, Ledyard and several other out of town guests were In attendance. MANY FROM HERE ATTEND LAKOTA M. E. LADIES AID A large group of Ledyard women attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid at Lakota Wednesday. Mrs. Lou Nltz acted as hostess. Ladies at tending were:' Mrs. Howard Mayno, Mrs. Tlce Brack, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Mrs. Geo. Thompson, Mrs. H. M. Dyer, Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mrs. Jule Selfert, Mrs. Paul Nltz, Mrs. Howard Jensen-, Mrs. Clayton Rosenbough, Mrs. Gertrude Weimer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Ed Halverson and Mrs. Max Nltz. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara Were callers at Mankato, Minn.,! on Friday. . I (Mrs. May Gesch started work on Tuesday at the canning factory in Blue Earth. Fred Dutton has 'been appointed the new justice of the peace for Ledyard township. • ' Mrs. Hi M. Dyer and Mrs. Geo. Thompson were guests of Mrs. Roy Estle Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ver Steeg'are visiting at the Ed Reece home. Mr. Ver Steeg will coach at Clarinda, Iowa, this fall. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Granner returned Thursday from Iowa City. Mr. Granner has been attending summer school in Iowa City for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of Clinton were week end guests at tho Wm. Knoner home. Shara Williams returned to Clinton with her parents after spending two weeks in Ledyard. The Missionary Study group of the Methodist church met Friday evening. Mrs. Carl Burrows led the devotions. Mrs. Ed Knoner presented the lesson and Mrs. D. B. gave .the mlslsonary lesson.. Next months' meeting will be held at the 'Lars Skaar home. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson "met the Milton Thompson family and Duane Thompson of Sioux City and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson of Primghar at Spencer Sunday. Jer ry, Carolyn and Jeanne Thompson returned to Ledyard to spend two weeks with their grandparents. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey of EClemme were guests at the D. B. Mayer home Tuesday. Rev. Harvey was minister in the Methodist church -here 17 years ago. Ths Harveys planned to spend more time visiting old friends in Ledyard but an urgent call from Klemme necessitated their leaving after a '' • WEST BEND NEWS iDr, and Mrs. C. T. Wlndrath of Rlngsted were visitors at the Fay Mel .Neal home Tuesday evening. Miss Dell Mlnger left Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Sadie Moore, at LaPorte City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Von Bank and children were Sunday evening visitors at the Roy Telford home In Ottosen. Miss Georgia Brown recently returned from a trip to Montgomery, Aa., where she accompanied her sister, Mildred, for the marriage of the latter. Mrs. Otto Koehn of Williamsburg and Mrs. Arthur Schultz and son, David, of Deep River, concluded a visit with their mother and her family, Mrs. Frances Kitszman. •Harvey Mertz spent two days over the week end visiting his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz. He has almost completed his basic training at Camp Allen, Norfolk, Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 24, 1942. KATHARINE McBVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. 3. C. McMahon, attorney. 30-32 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4928 in District Court, March Term 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an Instrument of writing purport- Ing to be the last Will and Testament of Martin Bonnstetter, deceased, dated May 23, 1940, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 24th day of August, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Va., and expects to leave there soon. Ronald Walker drove to Arnolds .Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 24, Park Sunday and his wife and son 19 * 2 - (Rope spinning In all its man-y phases will be offered by three western experts, Buck, Chickie, and Buckeroo before grandstand audiences at the Kossuth County Fair on August 26th. Rope spinning was made a popular type iof entertainment by the late Will Rogers and/the American public has never lost Its interest in the art. 'Buck, Chickie, and Buckaroo do many of the familiar tricks seen at rodeos and do them with speed and precision. However, they do not rely entirely on standard tricks, having perfected novelties which are not duplicated by any of their contemporaries. Cowboys and cowgirls who practice the art of rope spinning at loading rodeos throughout the country, proclaim little 'Buckaroo the most expert small loop spinner in the business. At a recent engagement he jumped out of a loop 100 times without a miss, said to be a world's record. News Items of Lakota Vicinity Mrs. Allton Anderson who was visiting her parents at West Union was called home a week ago Thurr- ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ellsworth at the Forest City hospital last week Tuesday morn- day by the illness of her husband. | ing. They now have two 'boys. Mr 'Andy" was pretty sick a few days 1 Ellsworth operates the Farmers Dr. Clapsaddle, Burt, to Butner, Camp, N. C. Burt; Dr. Dean W. Clapsaddle was one of a class of 840 officers of the Medical Department to be graduated from a month's field training course at the Medical Field Service School at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., on July 31. _ The graduates left Immediately to join their respective units. Dr. Clapsaddle has been sent to Butner Camp, Durham, N. C., where his family accompanied him. He is a graduate of Iowa State University medical school and served his in- terneship at the Sacred Heart hospital at Spokane, Washington, after which he was sent to Carlisle Barracks. He spent a few days here one his way to Pennsylvania. TITONKANEWS coco but is as usual again. Mrs. Larry Stafford left last week week Wednesday via bus from Algona for Galena, 111., where she will visit her husband's family. Larry left recently to join the armed service and is at Camp Roberts, Arkansas. A son, weighing five ipounds, .11 Mrs, Lawrence Walsh, Davenport, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl H. Callles. Bobby Budlong enlisted In the Coast Guard recently and is waiting for his call. Rev. and Mrs. W. L. -Patterson are spending their vacation at the'r cottage at Okoboji. Mrs. Ben Gerdes, Buffalo Center, called on her sister, Gertie Jansen Thursday afternoon. v (Mrs. W. H. Beenken and Mrs. Harm Kettwick called on Mrs, J. K, Rlppentrop Thursday. Gary Sleper, Buffalo Center, Is spending a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton. Mrs, C. B. Egesdal and daughters spant Thuredtiy wfctto/Mr*. The ladles canned Guy Barton, corn, Mrs. Raymond Bartlett spent 'Friday with her brother's fasinily, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt at Lone Rock, Genildlne Bruns is spending her week's vacation with her parents. She is employed in the Wesley bank. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken and Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer transacted business at Des Moines on Thursday. , Edward Brandt, Fort Riley, Kansas, arrived Friday to spend his furlough with-his.parents,-,Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brandt. Arnold Ricklefs accompanied Donald Callles to Des Moines Friday. Donald will report for military training Monday. B. H. Meyer accompanied the Henry Swalves to Estherville Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Otto Swalve. The members of the Good Hope Lutheran Ladies' Aid voted Wednesday to make ten overseas kits for the men In the service. George Meyer suffered a light stroke Thursday afternoon,. but Is greatly Improved at present. He U with hjis Daughter, Mrs« .Memno Puls. M*s/ Ray Miller, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. F. G. Elliott helped Mrs. A. M. Friest at Thompson Tuesday and Wednesday cook for threshers. Mrs. Ray Miller and Ola Mae and granddaughteA Betty Ann, Mrsjl Jim Flckbohm and her son, Steven and Annatelle Sachau were Algona shoppers Friday. T. W. Fickus, of Herman, Minn., 4a visiting at the Lee O. Wolfe home and also at Corwith. He will return to his home next Tuesday. (Mr. Fickus lost his wife recently. Mrs, Homer Downs surprised her husband on his birthday when she invited 12 of his friends for a picnic supper on their lawn Friday evening. The evening was spent visiting, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Penning, Mrs. Clarence Penning, Mrs. Herman Tapper and Mrs. Peterson of Buffalo Center left Wednesday morning «arly for Camp Rucken, AJa, where they will visit their son and husbands. {Seven ladles surprised Mrs. Andrew Kromlnga Wednesday evening on her birthday. The guests were Mrs. Lem Stockwell, Mrs. Amos Krominga, Mrs. Everett Rippentrop, Mrs. Mike Remillard, Mrs. Henry Kotre, Mrs. Al Young and Mrs. 'John Stott. The guests brought lunch which was served after a social hour was spent, produce station. Harry Mussman received word last week Wednesday of the death of Mrs'. E. P. Dow of Forest City and funeral services were held on Thursday. Mrs. Dow was the moth- in-law of Harry's sister, Rose, Mrs Elmer Dow, Mr. Dow is a salesman and is well known here as he has covered this territory for many years. , returned home with him. Mrs. Walker had spent the past week with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr..and Mrs. Kenneth Gipner on West Okoboji Lake. The Rev. and ^rs.. Victor A. Mack are enjoying a week's vacation at the Walther League camp on West Okoboji. The Rev. Mack the pastor of Peace Lutheran church. The Rev. Mack will act as chaplain at the camp for this week. Walter Williams left recently to visit his sister in Cedar Falls and also to visit for a time in Chica*o At the conclusion of his vacation which he has spent at the home of his mother, Mrs. Thomas Williams, he will leave for Spokane, Washington, to resume his duties in the school system of that place KATHARINE McEVOY, AIjMA Linnan A Lynch, attorney*. Notice of Probate of STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. iNfo. 4632, in District Court, Marctt Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern! You Are Herelby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary Fuhrmanrt, deceased dated February 22, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday the 6th day of September, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at Ten o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned aill persons interested are .hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, Why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of, said deceased. , Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 4, 1942. KATHARINE McEJVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. iE. C. McMahon, Atty. 32-34 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4929, in District Court, March Term 1942. [To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Becker, deceased, dated March 3, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 24th day of August, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be pro- bate'd and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Girls! Here They Are...Your Notice to Vacate Road T*i AW Whom It May Concerns Equitable Ljf,e Assurance Society, the SJVV4 Section H Township 8* The Commissioner appointed, tQ >ad, commencing at tn? of the Southwest of SwWon n To; _ . Range 88 Went p|, tb» ~ - County, *— in » to ft p< 8Q io4» m& P* . West Sgcgop tOTS Of SWEETNESS IH ftofc 4.50 Moccasin Vamps are the big news in campus ties—of calfskin— smartly stitehedj Rubbefr or leather; soles—Black, -Din, Brown, Beige, Antfique Red.. AAA to C widths^ 3 to 9 sizes. SCHOOL BELLES ' call for yVASrt •»*K? ' J ,.J no rationing on the iw«etne$« in these Kafe Gre«*awoy dresses. They make your darling look like a picture. Styled the Kofe Greenaway way.. .made the Kafe Greeaawoy way, they're the kind of dresses^ 'mothers ean rely on for tiny daughters. Lots of style and '•mart new fabrics ... and they Fit Well, Wash Well and Wear Well, For toddlers and .three to sfx-ers. Children's Dept. 2rd. Floor This Week - Thur. - Fri. - Sat. semi Annual l c Dress Sale who know style from A to

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