The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 18, 1942
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> ^ The Algotia Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 18,1942 !•> *", I FENTON FOR WARDS IN ACHIEVEMENT DAY THURSDAY Ponton: The <Fent6n Forwards 4.* H club had Its ioeal achievement ort Thursday night at the Methodist church basement. A short program was given. ' The demonatratton, "Chicken on the Shelf," was. given fey the team, Dorothy Dreyer and Phyllis Oade. MUs Alma Schuttz, " home demonstration agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown of Algona judged the canned food brought by the 4-H girls, and these canned foods will toe entered in the club fair booth, Special guests Were mothers Of the club' girls. ' \ /Wayne Kenber had his tonsils removed on Friday at the Dr. J. A. Muellers. -A 7% pound girl was born, to "Mr. And Mrs. EH Gerber on Thursday morning. Florence Newel left the first of •the week*for Minneapolis and St. Pauli 'whefe she Will ylsjt with friends. • Mrs. W11J Brown of Armstrong 'visited Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn ,and her sister, Mrs. Robert Goetach. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Edith and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Betty Jean visited at the Mrs. Hugo '.Stark home In Des Moines Monday and Tuesday. The T. O. Llvelys and, the E. .A. Pierces of Palestine, Texas, and "Mrs. Tena Newel were supper guests, Wednesday at the G. B. .Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, > Ag- if \ &•- RAYON PRINT MATERNITY DRESSES 'anan Tailored casual of fine Rayon French Crepe .with an emphasis on .youthfulness that will captivate you more every time you wear it—The lines are definitely slenderizing arid the white Sharkskin collar adds that little something, you look - for in a dress. Criss Cross sash adjustment Buy Your Regular Sixe Other Smart Styles From '* $4 to $9.95 nes Goetach, Hartley Bailey and Mrs, Anna Osborn were supper guestei Tuesday of the Robert Goetsch family. •MM. ffi. A. Welsbrod and Mary Alice -of Fort Dodge visited friends' here Wednesday., The Welsbrods are living In .Fort Dodge where Mr. Welsbrod is employed. Margaret Black of Des Moines and Francis Dolllver of Fort Dodge visited Tuesday afternoon at the Wi J. Weisbrod home, enroute home from a vacation at Okoboji. (Wednesday''dinner guests at the G60. Newel home were Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pierce of Palestine, Texas, Mrs. Tena Newel and the F r -P. NeWel family. Frank Bailey and son, John^ Winifred Lappe of Bancroft, Mrs. A. Whitlow and Robert of Armstrong drove up to Marshall, Minn., Tues* day and visited at the Fred Bolley home'untll Wednesday. •Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Koenke and twin daughters visited Thursday night and Frtday'at the Walt'Wid- del home. They' were enroute to their home at Worthlngton, Minn., from Colesburg, where they had visited relatives. Mrs. Clara Mueller of Earlvllle, Iowa;' Mrs. M. P. Muzzey and David Mueller of Carbondale, 111.; and Virginia Mueller of Camden, New Jersey, left Friday after a visit since Monday at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home. Mrs. Clara Mueller is the doctor's mother. Circle one of the W. S. C. S. met at the home of Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, Wednesday afternoon. Eleven members were present. .Mra. Qeo. Jorgenson was a guest. The time was spent quHting for the Harriet Ballou Day Nursery In Sioux City. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Don Weisbrod was hostess to circle two of the W. S. : C. S. on Wednesday evening at the church. Guests were Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and Florence Weisbrod. Devotions were led by Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, the 1 chapter, "The Fruits of Frustration" from Author of Liberty was given .by Mrs. Milton Weisbrod. SEXTON WOMAN'S HOME PROJECT AT BRETHORST HOME Sexton: Mrs. Ferd Brethorst and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained the Sexton Woman's home project at the Brethorst home on Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered iby canning combinations. A discussion with a book review of "You and Heredity" was given by Mro. Herman Wise. Guests were Mrs. Henry Hawley and Constance Joy DeWllde of Mason City. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. John'Flora returned home last Sunday from an extended visit at the home of Mr«. Jennie Barnes at Des Moines. (Mrs. John Esser, mother of Mrs. Martin Mlmbach, returned to her home at Cylinder on Wednesday even-Ing after a few days' visit here. Mrs. Henry Hawley and Constance Joy DeWilde of Mason City Is spending the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. B, E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant and Mrs. Minnie Thompson of LuVerne were callers Friday afternoon at the homes of Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. Herman Wise. ' The Sexton Church Builders class will meet at the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs Thursday evening Certln minds Httlst have;run in the same channel whett Dean Taylor who lives near Algbria and Marvin Thompson of Osage and former resident near Sexton decided to visit each Other on a certain day. Dean Taylor arrived on the same day at the Thompson home near Osage and Marvin Thompson arrived at the Taylor home also on thtj same day. Both boys hitch 'hiked and did not encounter each other on the road. However, Marvin has been visiting at 'the Donald Nerthr- ing home since •Tuesday. Dr. Egan, Bancroft, To Lakota Each Week Bancroft: Beginning Monday, August 17, Dr. T. J. Egan will not be in his office In Bancroft on Mondlay", Wednesday and Friday from 1 until 3 o'clock as he will be spending this time in the office of Dr. R. L. Williams of Lakota, who has enlisted as a lieutenant- commander in the U. S. navy and reports for active duty soon. With the exception of these hours Dr. Egan will be In his Bancroft office as usual. LEDYARD NEWS The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will hold Its meeting Thursday afternoon at the church. The hostesses are Mrs. 'Frank Kelly, Aug. 20. Every memb^andfHends Mrs. D. -A, Carpenter • W*. Ed are g urged to "come. Slides .or pic- Knonr. M H Mayne. Bv- tures will be shown by Rev. Rlgga. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and 'children of Mapleton, Minn., spent Friday visiting at the Harvey Steven and Mrs.' Sarah Wise homes. Harvey Duane Steven, who has been visiting here, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. "Oscar Hammond and Mrs. Sarah Wise attended the funeral of Mrs. Edw. Woods at Woden Friday afternoon. Mrs. Woods was the mother-in-law of Mr. Hammond's sister, Mrs. Willlam Woods of Woden. Mrs. Fred Neahrlng will 'be the hostess to 1 the Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service at her home on Thursday, August 20th. Roll call will be a Bible quiz by Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Forever For You Indispensable to the courageous young lady who gives time and energy in the service of her country is this"Little Boy Coat." The simulated patch pockets, split tall and wooden -buttons make it smart every second. Sizes 917. $2275 lesson by Mrs. Sanders, is invited to attend. Everyone eryone .Is welcome. Mrs. D. B. Mayer left Thursday to spend a week with her mother in Waterloo. . She will also visit her daughter, 'Marjorie in Dea Moines. Wilma Busch is staying with Barbara and Peggy during Mrs. Mayer's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Plngle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft, Beulah and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft and children and Edyth Logan attended a dinner at the Fred Looft home In Swea City Sunday in honor of Allen Looft who left Wednesday, August 19, for army service. Outsmarted Rationing Board School teachers are barred by rationing restrictions from receiving new automobile tires. Dorothy Campbell -of Eldora, rural school taecher, solved her problem by storing her car and buying a bicycle. LEDYARD FRIENDS ENTERTAIN SIOUX crrc VISITOR Ledyard: Jeanne Marlon Thompson of Sioux City celebrated her eighth birthday at a >party In her honor on Saturday at the home of her grandparents, the George Thompsons at Ledyard. Guests Included Craig Weimer,) Wallace Mayne , Barbara and Peggy Mayer, Jackie Carpenter, Ella and Jim- mle McDonald, Darlene, Ronald, and Karen Schrader, Carolyn Ploeger, Sally Joe Stitbbe, Maxlne Behse, Sharon and Shirley Mayne, Marilyn and Beverly Zielske, Natalie Hardt and Jeanne and Carolyn Thompson. After the children played games a wiener roast was .held around a bonfire and ice cream was served. Jeanne received many gifts. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and children attended a family reunion at the Swea City Park on Sunday. Duane Thompson of Sioux City spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson. \ Mrs. Orville Anderson, of Dss Moines, and Mrs. Margaret Looft j.been'caring for Mr7Gronbach,"spent of Swea _ City were guests at the Norm Pingle home Friday. • Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter left Wednesday to spend several days at Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Carpenter went through the clinic. Mrs. Frank -Kelly was injured Friday when she fell from an apple tree at her home. Several ribs were torn loose and other minor injuries suffered. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting friends in Ledyard. Mr. Barrett taught for several years in the Ledyard high school. Mrs. Raymond Hoppis of Los Angeles, Calif., is spending a two- weeks' vacation at the Jess O'Keefa home. Mrs. Hoppis is the former Henrietta O'Keefe. (Doris Welfare returned Friday from Rochester, Minn., where she spent three days visiting her uncle, Chris Gelhaus, who is in the hospital there. Mr. Gelhaus will undergo a stomach operation Wednesday, i itlng at the home of her slater, Mrs. Harold Oerr. (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith drove to Onawa, Iowa, last, Sunday to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Cameron. Muriel Cameron returned home with thorn for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sykes received word last week of the birth of a new granddaughter, Bernlta Jeannie in Long Beach, Callm. The little one is the daughter of James Sykes and wife. Miss Anne Altman entertained n group of ladles at her home on Wednesday afternoon, when 'bingo and cards furnished the entertainment. 'Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Guests recently at the farm of William Murray, east of town were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Murray and daughters of Newton, Miss Anna Murray of LuVerne and Captain and Mrs. Lawrence Murray and family of Fort Knox, Ky. The August committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained its members in the dining room of the church Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent in quilting. A lunch was served by the committee. Mrs. Frank Hoffman 1 spent the week end in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gron- 'bach. Frank Russell, who has Livermore Calls Off Old Settlers Picnic In an effort to conserve tires and gasoline, the committee in charge of the Humboldt County Old Settlers PJcnic decided to cancel the celebration this year. This affair has 'been held annually In Liver- morel for over 50 years, and has been very popular among the older residents of the community. For many years it was held the first Sat- ur.dajy in September. \ In recent years It sometimes has been celebrated on Labor Day. MRS. MARIE LARSON SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY ; ;.jMrs, Marie'Larson, '-who lives SNAPPY SNAPSHOT SERVICE AT LONG'S STUDIO Algona 6 or 8 exposure roll finished with free enlargement only 25c, reprints 3c each. Films left before 9 a. m. ready at 5 p. m. YOU CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential "Service ... Easy Monthly Payments SPECIAL PLAN >FOR FAKftlBBS X S, BOHANNQN Phone 103 Algona, la. WW^ And Now The One-Half Price Racks and Tables Appear Throughclut our store w have gathered short ends and broken lots of all kinds of swingmd summer merchandise—some slightly mussed—maybe a Uttle \iaoifccl-some didn't seem to sell so well. Come in and look them over, yiou ape bound/ to find so me that you can use. ., , Sensational Savings on Merchandise NOW Sale alone in the southeast part of town, was surprised last Friday when a few of her friends dropped in on her. The occasion was her 81st birthday. Those attending were: Mrs. Ole Brovold, Mrs. S. K. Anderr son, Mrs. Henry Munson, iMrs. Lawrence Wilson, Mrs. Roy Phillips and Mrs. Reynolds. Luhch, •brought by the guests, 'was served. She was presented with a fine gift. Mrs. Larson is in.good-health and has been living alone for some time. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larson, at Wajllingford^ 'returned to her home Friday. Mrs. Lucy Tillson returned on Wednesday from Pennsylvania, where she spent several weeks vis- Frances Hastings. the week end in Minnesota, visiting at the home of his son, Clarence. (Friends have received word that Mrs. Reba Anderson 'formerly of this place, but now of San Diego, Calif., was married on August 10 to William F. Mooney, who is in the navy. They will 'intake their home at 3976 Texas Street, San Diego. (Fifteen little rrtends ot Noel Klebler came to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kiebler Friday afternoon to help him celebrate his sixth birthday. The children spent the afternoon playing games. Lunch was served by Mrs. Kiebler. Noel received some fine gifts. Mrs. W. F. Johnson enjoyed a visit from her niece, Mrs. Thad Thomson and two children of Milwaukee, Wis., last week. She later left for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benson, at Sidney, Iowa. Mrs. Johnson accompanied them to Sidney where she will spend a week or ten days visiting at the home of her 'brother. Miss Catherine Hastings, who is taking nurses' training in a hospital in Sioux City, arrived here last Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hastings. On Sunday she and her mother left for a visit with relatives in Chicago, after which they will go to Detroit, where they will visit with Sister Mary Gerald, who was. formerly § (A This B3»i en /•«-»•! MOTHER SAYS THEY LOOK LIKE $31" wcmtc^ia) | And I like thetr bright colors In bonny . scotch plaids, checks, stripes, florals and everyfhfng, 'cause they make me the prettiest girl in classl Mother says they're sturdy and well made, too and wash and iron like a dreaml LOOMCRAFT JUNE-PRESTON 139 DRESSES...for/eenoa«r*,7foM I The Circular . that has been delivered to u«m« h detail* the every nome. •• most thrilling savings yor-t ever seen on BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES for all your family. STARTS THURSDAY af Your S & L Sfore. »•(*£ tfS Your S * L CO. Store MRS. MARGARET SWEENEY HOLDS FAMILY REUNION There was a Sweeney family reunion at the home of Mrs. Margaret Sweeney last Sunday in honor of Mrs. Stella Murphy of Ventura, Calif., who was visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sweeney. . Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fogerty and family of Lake Park, Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Derner and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sweeney and daughter, Mildred and son, Dennis of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott of Humboldt, Mr. and -Mrs. William Qually and daughter, Mar- .garet of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Powers' -and daughter, Marjorie of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson, Miss Anna Peffer, Mrs. Sweeney 'and daughter, Florence and sons, William, Peter and Tom of Livermore. Forty relatives enjoyed a picnic dinner at noon. Mr. and Mrs. James Zigrang of Des Moines visited Friday at thei Harry Zigrang home. ' Dinner guests Sunday at the Calvert Johnson home > were Mr. and Mrs.vOle Jacobson of Britt. Lawrence Becker, who is stationed at the Great Lake training school is home on a few days furlough. Mrs. John Erpelding and daughters/who live south of Algona, visited Thursday at the Altman home. Mr. and Mrs. George Reiter of Palmer were dinner guests Sunday at the home of their son, Henry Reiter. . Tommy Tuttle of Sioux City is spending two weeks visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tuttle. v Mrs. Edna Goodenough will teach normal training in the high school at Colesburgt (loway tfie coming school year, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Hansen visited. last Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Noonan at Emmetsburg. Donald Logue cut an artery in her hand on some broken glass recently. He was given serum- to prevent .lockjaw. Lorna Jensen, who is employed a* a stenographer in Washington, D. O., underwent an operation for appendicitis last week. Mrs, Fred Ppoch, Mrs, Norman Scott and daughter, Mary Ann, Mrs. Archie Wdspn and Robert Ttylor w«r« Algona visitors last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Houston were In Des Moines last Sunday vis* (ting with Mr. Houston'^ twin brother, wfe» wlW w°n Iwve for &e navy, Mrsi B4 fttsgerald a n4 twp daughters,, Ellen and May, wh» are here from California, visited Monday at tbe OfVte Loyrien home id Humboldt. w 9 9f WMT Tf IW^ff ) Mr. and Mrs.. Howard Ho#m&n retprngg fronj • 0e,a last Tuesday wfeere they spent a wesk at who ba tf her Let's blast Japan—and Germany—and Italy—with the chain lightning of destruction that can be built from the scrap in our cellars, attics and garages, on our farms and in our places of business, Scrap iron and fttcl, other m*t«th, rubber and watte material*. It will all be used to make tanks, ships, planes and the fighting weapons pur boys must have, It is needed at once, Sell it to a Junk deater—give it to a charity or collection agency—take it yourself to th? nearest collection point—or consult the Local Salvage, Committee,.. If you live on a farm, and have fown4 w> meaup of disposing of your Junk, get in touch with the County Ww Board or your fern implement dealer. Tfcfc miMcy qppwW fey Co«nyfYq»jpii PMitoi WAR PRODUCTION BOARD B* ..-.-.-. J»bQne22 P. J, KOHLHAAS, Chairman ~ Oanuaifite CoiniitittefiL See fittory on **— ''* **V•^|W*'* T^ "* WB W^J H "'l"^ J i«tB-» ^ |M^»^jf , p^| ^ jKWBHf j. '£ ,),- 5? T ' =^' J 7i' i y | ''', •.* ;..v'/.;<i •3 .n

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