The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 25, 1942
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Tlie Algotta Pppeff Pea Maine*, 6th of July she was brought home without any help to relieve her of her sufferln*, and he* J*"* 1 * 1 } became so critical that Mr. I.uch^ singer, who had been caring for her the past five months could not bear her suffering, so she was moved to the ffimmetsburg hospital, where she was for five weeks. She was then taken to the St 'Benard's hospital at Council 'Bluffs, and she passed away there Sunday, Aug. 8, at the age of 69 years, 8 months and FINAL RITES FOR MRS. LUCHSINGER AT WHITTEMORE JWhlttemore: Funeral services for Mrs. Adam Luchsinger, 69 were held Thursday afternoon at 5 p. m. in the Methodist church with the Rev. M. M. Schaper officiating. Mrs. Florence Luchsinger was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wolfe. She was born January 25, 1873. at Victor, Iowa, and when a small child she moved with her parents to the vicinity or Whltte- Jnore, and later her parents moved to LuVerne. On Sept. 21, 1892, she was married to Adam Luchsinger Had she lived until the 21st of next month they would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary After living in LuVerne three years Mr. and Mrs. Luchsinger moved to Edelstein, 111. Leaving Illinois, they moved to a farm owned by George Gengler and after farming 12 years in 1816 they retired and moved to their home in the south part o town. In 1922, Mrs. Luchsinger under went a serious operation and hac not *een in the best of health eve since. In January she entered th Park View clinic at Esthervilte where she took a three weeks' treat ment for diabetes. She returned home but had to be confined to her toed thereafter. And in June, she entered the Colonial hospital at Rochester, and later she was taken to St. Mary's hospital and on the $ $ 5 $ S S $ $ $$$$$$$$ $$$»$*$$ * $ $ ; CASH LOANS ; 25-50-100-200-250 OR MORE * To pay your bills, taxes, to buy fuel, clothing. ; Prompt-Courteous-Dependable Service i Special Payment Plan For Farmers £ Come in—Phone —Write. •M r Kossuth County Credit Bureau • B. H. Pittman, Mgr. 9% N. Dodge, SCHOOL FACULTY FORLWERMORE HIRED FOR YEAR .Livermore: All of the teachers of the Llvermore public school She leaves to mourn her departure her husband, two sons, Lloyd of Oraettlnger and Earl of Alden, Minn., five grandchildren, one brother? Claude E. Wolfe of Felton, Minn. ' Pallbearers were Ja _ mes -,. G F?l|*;}' John Van Heise, John Waldron, William Rusch, Herman Zumacn and Gilbert Benschoter. Burt Girl Injured At Des Moines in Fall from Chair (Burt: Mrs. Henry Meier returned Friday from Des Moines where she went to see her daughter Ruth who was injured In an accident at The Melodist hospital last Friday where she is nursing. She was sitting in an office chair and twist ed around until the chair came ou ol its standard and she fell on the cement floor strklng the back of herTeafl and Injuring her quiie seriously. have been hired for the coming yealr. Mrs. Anne Miles of Livermore will teach first grade Miss Marguerite Wegman of Vlnton will teach second and third grades Mrs. Sam Lau of Des Moines, tourthand fifth; Miss Marvin Balmer of What Cheer, will teach sixth and seventh. Miss Mabel Fred of Minnesota, wm teach band. A J. Cayou o Llvermore will coach the boys. Miss Elizabeth Oevine of J Liver more will be the high school English teacher At. and MM Charley LogUe. oille Smith fell on the walk in ront of Johns6n»8 drug atdfe Ifta^ week and was injured aulte badly. He was taken td &> Fort Ddage icspltal for examination Saturday. Howard Hoffman has accepted a portion In DM'Moines and will commence work on Sept. 7. He will move his family to Des Maittes. rtr. Hoffman has been employed by the John Deere Implement shop Mra. Fred Pooch at here'. Mr. e e and the uperintendent, Cockrill. Miss Virginia Liggett of Mount Ayr will teach home economics. The eighth grade will sit with the high school this year. Mrs. Fred Pooch spent last week clerking in .the Elite Shop in Algona. Ted Devine of Chicago spent few days visiting with his sister and 'brother here. Robert Thornton, who Was in the state hospital at Iowa City fo: treatment on his face has return ed home. Mr and Mrs. John Hohenberge were in Algona last week Thurs dg,y to help her mother, Mrs. Gptt lieb Gronbach. celebrate her 78t v birthday. Sterling Logue, who has been em ployed at Sioux City during th summer months, arrived Wednes day for a visit with his parents VISITING BOYS mRTAlNEDAT LUVERNE PARK and •lvl.ii nnvi *»*»•»* » •«•— — tended a picnic at Algorra last Sunday Others attending were Mr and Mrs. Falk of Titonke. Mr and Mrs. Scuffham, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and Anne Fechner, all of Al- ;ona; Warren Collins of Llvermore was taken sick Thursday While In town and asked some of his friends to take him to his farm home. When the doctor arrived "he decided to take Mr. Collins to a Fort Dodge hospital. (Those from here who attended the funeral of Robert Balgeman at West Bend, the first of the week were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffmjjn, Mr. and Mrs. Hermar Gronbach and daughter, Freda an Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brow and LeRoy Gronbach. (Mrs. Herman Pooch eritertaine the Jolly Eight club at her farn home last Wednesday afternoon Bridge was the afternoon's entei tainment. Prizes were awarded t Mrs. Mike Reding, Mrs. Fred Wagner, Mrs. Ardis Hamm, Mrs._Anna, ii«, Welter and Miss Lena Altman. Mrs. Ardis Hamm was a guest. Re freshments were served by Mrs. Pooch after bridge. Mrs. Louise will be the nexit hom,- cuests of their grandparents, «K I"d Mrs.V. Q. Haglst, Danny Bene diet, Milwaukee, Wls., at the homes of Mr. and Mrs, I. «• *«ttdloj and the Arthur Krause home near Irvlngton. and Cecil Zwiefel, cor- with a guest of his aunts the Misses Lottie and Janette Mason The boys and their guests played games and arranged their own suppers. Cecil Zwiefel, Corwith, spent las week with his aunts, Lottie and Jennie Mason. Eleanor Mae Woito came horn from Cedar Rapids Tuesday to staj here during the hay fever season. Mr and Mrs. Walter Heftl an children and Mr. and Mrs. Alber Heftl attended the Army War show at Des Moines last Tuesday. George Meyer, son of Dr. an Mrs H. D. Meyer, Algona, has bee a guest the past week aU he .h°™ of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Vehslage. Mrs. Basil Koob and chlldrc 0 amefromLaFarge,Wis,Tuesda Gronbach ess. •M •0) VI ffESLEYANS, ACTIVE IN WAR AND DEFENSE WORK, VISIT HOME FOLKS VI vi «9 vt V> V> W W VI VI V> V> ^ Auction Sale 0 , Highway 169 Friday, August 28 crocks. v Extension ladder, scoop .novel, sand .hovel, post augur weed cutter, garden tools, cross-cut saw, wedges, mall. All practically new. Two wheel traiJor with good tires. 36 Rhode Island Red and White Rock laying hens. Other miscellaneous articles. TERMS—Cash. Mis. Adolph Kass Wesley: Lou Vitzthum Will West and Ruth Penton returned to their work at Pontlac, 111., Wednesday following a few days visit at their parental homes. They are employed in defense plants. Tom Vitzthum returned with the group and will visit relatives there several i weeks. Lawrence Youngwtrth, Paul Schrauth, Franklin Fox and Elmer Dornbier weer among the group of [draftees who left Algona Wednesday evening. (Alvin Loebig and Bob Studer returned Friday from Des Moines where they had gone for the physical examination for enlistment in the army air corps. Alvin was rejected to his great disappomtmem but Bob signed up and will wai for his call. He operates the Farm ers Elevator truck. THEKLA EISENBACHEB, B. N., TO CALIFORNIA JOB SOON Jane Eisen'bacher, accompamci y Mrs. Vincent Eiscnbacher, drov o Waterloo Thursday and the no-x ay brought home Thekla and Ruf Mary Eisenbacher. TheUla, R. N who has been working in a hosp: al at Waterloo expects to leav soon for Calif, where she wi work. Ruth has attended a 1! weeks summer schooil at Ceda Falls and will teach the primar room in the Woden public schoo ihe taught a rural school nea Woden last year. BODE, IOWA Colwell Bras., Auct. 34* RELATIVES AT SILBATJGH HOME OVER WEEK END riday and Saturday were Mr. S !• augh's mother, Mrs. Israel Sil- augh, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Squib Lorraine and Duane of Scranton Silbaugh's mother, Mrs. Del mar Hermanson of Ralston an< Mrs. Sidney Faith and Phyllis o Aurora, Nebr. Mrs. 'Faith and Ara. Squib are sisters of Mrs. baugh. Robert Silbaugh who had been visiting these relatives, cam home with them. He will, be freshman in the public school thi year. DON STUDER RETURNS TO HOME AT MASON CITY Mrs. Alf Studer and daughter, Rose, took Don Studer back to Mason City Thursday. Don, son of Mr and Mrs. Mdjc Studer, had spent the past two months here at the Alf Studer home. "Bud Studer went .to Mason City to spend a few days at the Max Studer home. Mrs. J. L. Studer, Jeannine and their house guest, Irene R'cse Scarilin, accompanied! thq Studers to Mason City. They were supper guests at the Larry Dalgetty home. Mrs. Dalgetty is Lillian, sister of Alf and Jack Studer. WINGERT GIBLS TO TEACH RURAL, SCHOOLS THIS FALL Mary Cecelia Wingert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert, 'returned home Friday evening from Cedar Falls where she completed a 12-weeks' summer school course. Elmer Glawe came irom j-»co. 6 »-. •••-.'". fVl of last week for a visit at th Arthur Dimler home here and wit relatives at Dakota City. Shirley Dimler who has been in Texas for the past several months, arrived last week Sunday evening for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bond, Marshalltown, were LuVerne visitors Wednesday. Mr. Bond is going to operate the Godfrey barber shop dur- ng Mr. Godfrey's absence. DeRae Godfrey left Thursday for LaJunta, Colo., where he will be employed as carpenter in the erection of a defense plant there. His brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. C. C. Anderson have been at LaJunta, since June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lichty spent ladb week visiting LuVerne relatives and transacting business pre Sludef rjf Mftl- flW* nefc Iftit ?eek. Aiigult who ft A brother Si ho late Nathan and Ahiandua, is «J6ylnj iSd Healtti, *ltudU«n 64 last band concert of the seft- son was held W6dn<N»d&y eveftfftjj. Phe girls' trfo, ft&aalle Alne, Lois Blelch and Mary Leu HAverty, Bflftg several selections, -accompanied fcy the band. The concerts have been very well attended. . • Wesley and Wesley ftiid -ftttlrIt townships are asked to contribute 128 toward the making And filllftn: of 400 kit bags which will be given to soldiers toeing sent overseas Kossuth county has been asked to fill the 400 kit bags. The American Legion Auxillflr will hold Its annual membership party Monday night, August 31si A free membership wllf be given Mrs. Joe Meurer, membership chairman, has a fine program arranged. All eligible ladles are invited. , , , . Mrs. Lael Root entertained he bridge club Thursday afternoon Mrs. (Prank Kouba was <a guest Mrs. H. .J. Braley and Mrs. Jo Meurer won high and low scor prizes respectively. Mrs. Meure will entertain the club on Thurs day, September Srd. Clara iLou Bauer celebrated her 13th birthday Wednesday. She entertained a group of girl friends a her home. The afternoon was spen playing games after Whlcn Mrs Bauer and Ruth Mary served a delicious lunch. Clara Lou received a number of lovely gifts. Neil Gary returned .to Akron, XL^Ci* "Xje**^ >^w»— »v-~ -— Ohio on Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gary and daughter, Mary Ellen, 'came several weeks ago and Mrs. Gary and daughter. will visit at her parental'John Richter home several weeks before going to Richmond, Va., where Mr. Gary has been transferred by the Firestone Tire Company. Ann Richter, who . attends schools of cometology at Floor-Trim Varaish — — -— -— — -JJ-JJ SiaiM Varnish — — •-— «• ------ — — — -JJ'S Wall Siaing *.-———— — ----*-£'£ Quick-Drying Floor.Trim Varnish — .... $2.30 Bakelite Floor-f rim Varnish ..*.-.'-Spar Varnish ,—- ---- — - ----- r ----- Senii-CUoss Enamel —— —- ---- Flat Wall Paint ----- _^~- L- — -Rubbed Effect Varnish _-.- — -------- $2.70 Quick-Drying Sash^Trim Black ------ *.-- $ 2.30 Exterior Paste White ----- — --------- g-JJ- Stippling Flat White ----- — - ----- — -J2.05 Synthetic White House — - ------------ J2.95 Stippling Wall Enamel ------- -— -—$2.45 A!U Kinds of Building Btaterial Lumbei Co. Phone 198 Clint Lighter, Mgr. ——=^crs==== FOB QUICK BE8ULTS—USE THE WANT AD8 [OWE oyi^i* WKB* -.»« .„ teach the Elmer Glawe Guests at the Jim Silbaugh home | ^^ sQuth of gt Benedict) No . g ~~ "—' HEADQUARTERS \ CAY W THIS IS HEALLY SOMETHINGf "A 200 Ib. Hog in 5M Months... Here's where I start feeding Algona Produce Feeds' 1 You, too, can make more money with your.hogs. Start your little pigs on ALGONA PRODUCE Pie- Meal, then switch to grains supplemented with ALGONA PRODUCE 40% Hog Balancer with Minerals. They're made right and will give you faster gains at a lower feeding cost. Switch to this better, more profitable feeding method. Ask us for more details. For All Livestock and Poultry TOP PRICES FOR POULTRY & EGGS Algona Produce Phone 9 .1 Prairie township. This is her Irst year of teaching having graduated from St. Cecelia's academy at Algona last year.\ Rita Wingert will teach for the fourth year In district No. 3 Prairie township. Ferd Brethors s the director. Billy Studer spent several day last week at the Kenneth Forburger home, _ . Mrs Leon Smith of Fort Dodge spent Friday at her parental Albert Kletnpeter home. Mrs Al Richtsmeier underwent a major operation in the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday of last week. Mrs 'Louis Lickteig underwent a maor operation at the Mercy Hos• -- City Thursday atlvea a-iiu n a.*i*»«*w*—o "-~ t , . vious to their going to Chicago to make their future home. A picnl supper was given by the LuVern Lichty families in their honor Tues day evening at the LuVerne Park Mr and Mrs. Merle Vessel an baby, Willis, Ray and Helen Ves sel, Waterloo, spent Monday nigh at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Em ily Guy. They were enroute t k%,kane, Washington to visit their father. Helen has made her home with her aunt, Mrs. Guy, for a number of. years but has spent this summer at Waterloo. Mrs] Paul PKiWlps enflertaincd her birthday cluib at her home north of town Thursday evering. There were three tables of bridge in play. Mrs. Irwin Hof won first p"ace Mrs. A. F. Zwiefel second Lid Mrs. Charles Wolf low. A dainty lunch wias served. The September meeting will be at the home of (Mrs. Charles Wolf. The last weeks of August seem to be vacation time for a goodly number of LuVerne people. The Nels Jensons visited relatives in Minnesota last week. Harold Kerstens spent the week visiting at Tigerton, Wis. Mrs. George Tiede and niece, Marilyn Miller went to Madison, S. D. Wednesday for a visit with Mrs Tiedes cousin, Merle We take pride in the success of thousands who have bought Opportunity Farms vs w , Hawley. Mr. Tiede went Sunday to spend a few days) and return with them. Mr. and Mrs. Irvm Chapman left Thursday for Detroit to visit their older son, Wm., who has been employed there for the past 14 months. Akron, will also go to Richmond. "Ifa a comfortable feeling to know that you stand on your o«cn ground" Anthony Trollope |%URING the past 5 years, more than 5000 peo- WESLEY NEWS K EEP your pumping equipment in good condition and ready for rork. Hand and windmill pumps, ower pumps or complete water sys- ems — whether they require a new ylinder, an inexpensive plunger eather or a complete check up — we can furnish what it takes. And : you must have a new pump or water system, remember that we tandle the famous Myers Line of 'umps for every purpose, long noted for their efficient design, areful workmanship and unexcelled durability. (Ethel Flom wil teach in district No 8 Buffalo towntehip and Mrs. Leo Blelch In No. 7, Buffalo township. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlldman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ricke, the Phone S3 Funk & Deim „., Dodge St. Phone MYERS PUMPS wd WATER SYSTEMS THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE Hod to th* niort In Stew CHy. VQU or* wtlcoro* HOTH MARTIN SIOUX CITY pital in Mason morning. Mr and Mrs. G. L. Olson came home Saturday. She remained here as he is a salesman for a comforter company. Mrs. Joe Meurer, Sr., of Whittemore spent Wednesday hers at the home of her sonj Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer, Jr. Jimmy Meurer returned home Wednesday afternoon from a few days' visit at the Ralph Kramer home near Llvermore. Mrs. (Lawrence Wingert spent Several days last week at the home of her son, Lou Wingert and fam- I ily near Buffalo Center. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and two children John and Judith, are visiting her relatives at Traer, Iowa. They went down last week Tuesday. Mr and Mrs.' Francis Hauptman took in the rodeo at Sidney, Iowa, Wednesday. Fidelia Otis stayed with the two Hauptman youngsters. Vera Fcrburger and Marjorie Kramer, student nurses at the Mercy hospital in Mason City/, vis- ted at the former's parental Tom 'orburger home. Ignatius Eisenbacher received word Friday that his sister-ire-law, Mrs. Kate Eisenbacher of St. James, Minn.^ had suffered a paralytic stroke the previous Sunday. A baby girl was born to M^ and Mrs. Roman Eisenbacher Wednesday, August 12th. The family recently moved from Wesley to Fostoria where he operates a locker. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wingert and family visted several days last week at the Urban Hommerding home near Hibbing, Minn. The ladies are sisters, Hertula and 'Laura, daughters of Frank Wolf. Rosalie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne, went to Sioux Falls, S. D., Thursday morning by train where she will visit' her brother, Leonard, who is a radio instructor in a technical school. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson and family of Cedar Rapids came I Friday afternoon- for a few day»' "visit at the Will Becker home in Algona and at the J*ck Haverly home here. Th* ladies «r« all sisters. . . latter couple of Boone, spent last week looking after farm interests at"Monango,~N. D. They report exceptionally good crops there this year. Mr. and Mrs. August Studer and pie have purchased Metropolitan Opportunity Farms. More than 4000 families have bought their farms on the small down payment, easy terms plan. These 4000 purchasers have now paid upwards of $10,000,000 on their contracts. In fact a lot of them are anticipating their contract payments; are paying the balance they owe faster than their contracts require and are doing so out of current earnings. Some have even, retired their contracts in full. Yes, put of current earnings! We are proud of their success! To those Interested In farm ownership From time to time, tenant farmers and others have told us they planned to buy. an Opportunity Farm as soon as they were able to do so. Improved farm conditions have no doubt placed many of them in a financial position to carry out this ambition. To these people and to others interested, we are pleased to say that we still have a good selection of Opportunity Farms available at reasonable prices. We shall be glad to show you the farms we have for sale in your community. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Room 425, Carver Buildinf Fort Dod&e, Iowa Phone: Walnut 2783 R.E. JENKINS For low* • and Nebraska Farms WHAT IS AN OPPORTUNITY FARM? 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