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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1942
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The AlgooA Upper fieg Moines, Atom, lam, Bept, 1,1948 LUVERNE J. J. CLUB HEADED BY MRS. DOROTHY PHILLIPS iLuVerne: "Be useful where thou llvest" Is the motto chosen by the J. J. club members of the season of 1942-43. The program Is tastily arranged with the United States flag in the colors and 4he pledge of allegiance and the members' names on the following page. The officers for the year are: •president, Mrs. Dorothy Phillips; vice president, Mrs. Bernard Wolf; secretary, Mrs. Chas. Wolf and treasurer, Mrs. Archie Sanford. The program committee includes Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. Edward Deh- riert, Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Mrs. Paul Phillips. Mrs. Lillie Hesse visited her son, Norman, in Chicago last week end. iPatricia Conoway, Webster City, spent several days with LuVerne friends last week. Arlo Dehnert has returned from Ames where he attended the summer sesions at Iowa State College. Thelma Baumgartner has returned from a vacation visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gramenz at Fort Dodge. M\rsV .'Raymond Thompson and two daughters and Mrs. E. O. Linde- fcak of Ellsworth have been guests at the J. E. Lindebaks. Ed Wegeners went to Hands, 111., last week to visit at the Darwin Johns home there. Mrs. Johns is the former Dorothy Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lehmans and son, Dwlght, Dana, and Lorraine Lehman of Des Moines were recent visitors at the Fred Merkles. Dolores Voss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., left on Saturday for Greeley, Iowa, where she will begin her second year of teaching. Mrs. J. O. Marty and Josephine Donelson have gone to Canasteroga, N. Y., to visit Mrs. Marty's mother, Mrs. McLean, a former LuVerne resident. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spooner, of San Antonio, Texas, were recent LuVerne visitors. Maxwell Hamilton, Evnston, 111., has been a guest .of the F. C. Fritzmeiers. jMr. and Mrs. Wm. Murray have received word that their son, Lawrence,, had been promoted to the .rank of major upon- his return to you CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . . Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARJIERS L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, la. Fort Knox after a furlough spent here. Mr, and M|rs. Hnga\ls Swteher called On LuVerne friends last Week Tuesday. They were enroute from their .home in Iowa City to Spencer where they were to visit their son, Scott. Mrs. J. A. Zwiefel, Beverly and Cecil Zwiefel of Corwlth visited for several days last week with Lottie and Jennie Mason. Mrs. Edw. Mason, Charles City, was a Lu- Verne caller Wednesday. Mrs. A. D. Burtls returned to Lu- Verne Friday after having helped the past week in the care of her mothsjr, MrsJ Henry Ju,tte,. who suffered a severe heart attack at her home in Webster City a couple of weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. George Fuerstenau and children, Geneseo, 111., returned to their home after a visit at the parental Charles Hanselmans. During their visit they with the Hanselmans visited one day at the Wm. Cooks in West Des Moines. The Rev. L. Wittenburg, Teacher Werner Horn and Lay Delegate Fred Schwarrdt attended the district synod meeting of the Lutheran church, which was held at the Walther League camp near Lake Okoboji last week. The pastor gave a report at the morning services Sunday. |Mr. and Mrs. F.. G. Hagist left Friday for a short visit with their son, Orbin Hagist and family in Chicago. Their grandson, James and Allen Croker and Dannie Bene-' nesday. diet, accompanied them, the former two to return to their home in | East Chicago and Dannie to his home in Milwaukee. (Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly, Henry Kubly and Mrs. Lester Smith and two children, Jerry and Wayne all of LuVarne, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly, Goldfield, left this week for Flasher, N. D., for a ten day visit with the Dolph Meyer family. Mrs. Meyer is the former Anna Kubly, a sitser of the Kufo- lys. FORMER LAKOTA GIRLS INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT Lakota: Friends here of the Tony Thompsons, who" moved to Keystone after school closed last spring, are sorry to learn that two of the daughters, Madge and'Ver- nice, were injured in a car accident last Week Sunday and are both in a Cedar Rapids hospital. Both girls have broken arms and other serious injuries. Mr. Thompson is a former blacksmith here and the girls are high school students. Mrs. Harvey Johnson and son, Harold, of Clarion visited at the Wade Balls last week (Little 8 year old Irene 1 Boehm, a daughter of the local blacksmith, underwent an appendicitis operation at the Buffalo Center hospital last Wednesday night. A. C. Schissel enjoyed a birthday surprise party last week Wednesday evening. Guests were the Messrs, and Mesdames \Harry Mussm,an, W. E. Ley, W. D. Ley and I. E. Wortman. Mesdamejs Gajrl Gerzema, Will Kienitz, Francis Adams, William Aelderks and Mias Hsnnah Heet- visited Mrs. Gerzema's par- Mr. and Mrs. N. Frerichs, land ents, , near Buffalo Center last week Wed- The Ellston Heads, who are living in the Bierstedt apartment, will move into Mrs. Grace Bruer's house when she moves to her new home in Buffalo Center in September. Mr. Head manages a stock shipping business here. The I. E. Wortmans visited last week Sunday with Mrs. Wortman's sister, Mrs. Ruth Ewlng and family at Webster City. They called on another sister, Mrs. Edgar Allen, at Eagle Grove and Don remained for a visit. SWEA CITY POULTRY DRESSING PLANT EMPLOYS AROUND 45 PEOPLE Swea City: The Swea City branch / of the Forest City Produce com-| pany started operating the new i formerly Delia Anderson. poultry dressing plant last week. Jake , KockIer escaped serious in' week. Mrs. Anderson was Forty-five people, mostly women are employed. The skilled workers include graders, killers and pin- ners.. Sixteen hundred turkeys, belonging to a Sherburn, Minn., growers, were the first fowls to be dressed out. The cooling room is kept at a 34 degree temperature and when the birds are sufficiently cooled they are packed and shipped out in-refrigerator cars. i i Manager Jeff Hanifan expects that the poultry dressing will continue until the new year. Richard Leland of Omaha spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Elfrieda Leland. Mrs. Leonard Bergeson and six weeks' old daughter of Clinton, Iowa, visited the parental C. C. Cushing home last week. Mrs. Joseph Anderson and her two daughters of Radciiffe were guests of Mrs. Hannah Anderson Whittemore Vicinity News /terns 1 .. . * "^ s, . _._,_> JB= _^jn^_ijJU *li«=-:a_~ Henry Priester of Artes Spent last week with relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer were Farmlctat, Minn., callers day. Meta Gade, R. N., from Austin, Spilrt Lake, Stou* City, and points in South Dakota last week. Mrs. Oscar Polrot and Bon, ftofr Tfcurs- ert, (Park Rapids, Minn-., returned to their home the fore part of last week after visiting with the form- Minn., Is visiting her mother,, Mrs. Herman Gade, and other relatives. John Hlgglns returned to Lubbock, Texas, .Wednesday after several weeks here looking after business matters. Rolanda Khecht of Cedar Rapids is spending a week's vacation with (her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and daughters, ,Betty and Clarice, of Blue Earth, Minn., spent last week with relatives here. Chris Anderson was over at Algona Friday evening to visit with Emil Braatz, who is a patient In the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. J. J. Elbert and son, Willis, of Ames returned to her home on Wednesday after visiting with relatives here several days. Margaret Braatz Is having a, week's vacation and is spending it with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gengerich in Worthington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter, Sharl Ann and Rosella Voigt of Algona visited at the Arthur Heidenwith home last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, and Mr and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gail. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and sons, Joseph and Edward, vi ited with .relatives at Estherville, SENECA NEWS It's a proven fact, that a stored car deteriorates faster than one that is sensibly driven every flay, The same is true of tires. As proof place a box of rubber bands in storage. After a few months they lose their resiliency, may even fall apart. So be patriotic and keep your ear nufaung—'but romember drive fewer miles and sensibly! .. Keep Your Cai in Condition For Yourself and Uncle Sam Johnson's D-X Station State & Moore FREE NATURAL COLOR 8x10 inch Framed ENLARGEMENTjzf J^ur. 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Cassie will be the tank wagon agent and Floyd will operate the station. ' -''•>•», Don Bilsborough, who has been in California for the past year or more, arrived home last week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bilsborough. The Bils- boroughs are recovering satisfactorily from injuries received in an auto accident at Estherville two weeks ago. •Florence Alberts and Esther Smith were overnight guests at the Frank Schliefer home in Buffalo Center Saturday night and presented several vocal selections in connection with the Sunday morning services at the Congregational church there. Mrs. Schjiefejr is Miss Alberts' aunt. Mrs. Geo. Butterfield, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield, Jr., ajid Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butterfield left Saturday for a weeks' visit with' the former's 'brother, Ed Countryman at Boy River, Minn. The Gea. Butterfleld, Jr.'s small daughter, Georgia Anne, went to Lakota last Thursday to spend the time at th? Siome of her aunt, Mrs, ThaVeS, i . i • ' Word has been received here re- :ently of three new arrivals In the amilies of former Kossuth county •esidents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. er became grandparents for the second time when a son was born o Major and Mrs. Gale Kesler, of Fort Lewis, Washington. The mother is the former Lillie Nelson, who taught the second grade here be- 'ore her marriage. The couple has one other child, 'Bobby. Mrs. Jennie McCrary received news of the ]irth of her second grandchild last week Saturday. The baby, an 8V4 pound boy, was born to Mr. and Virs. Walter McCrary of Grinnell Walter is commercial instructor in the Grinnell high school and his wife, the former Violet Wicks of Hebron township, formerly worked in the Swea City bank. Their other child is a girl, Margaret. Mrs. Walter G. Smith received an announcement from her nephew and wife, the Webb, of pound boy, William Jay, on August 16. Mr. Lanning, who teaches in the Webb and Gillett Grove high schools, is a former Algona boy. They have three children, two girls and another son. 6 BIG FRAMED ENLARGEMENTS Don't wait! Tbli oiler li limited, «o mall Ib» Coupon and your Snaoihot or Negative at once, and your name and meuago will ne ln»eribe« In GOLD, on enlargement, AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU! 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YOU DON'T RISK ONE CENT. II >ou aren't • NOW I Tnli aet-actualnted offer will lot k< reputed—« -..J tne coupon and your Itvorlte uiagihot or legatlve TOD/" Your original will bi returned tg you with order. I , Cklcapo, Illinois Ifend m» FBEE » * 10 Framed Natural Color En- ^^>iSS.^Hffitt a. SENR NO MONEY Simply deposit S1.4f tfcrougn vour r«fmq. Iplut o <cw *«BH poit«g*» upon receipt 9f ' p'Negattw D Picture I (Lilt tot Niluol Colorln*) I (FBINT CUUBI.T) MESSAGE TO GO Color of Hair) (Co ON COUUI FHOTO-. I- .Frist 81tuturc " W1U ta * »».«) UlltweM. MM MMl* Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson and Alvin and Marlys Randa visited last week at the Thomas Cody home at Plymouth. Doris and Norma Estle of Ledyard are at the Roy and Caleb Hartshorn home this past week. They are sisters of MrsA Qaieb Hartshorn. Mrs. Albert Ullestad and son-, Bobby of Alden spent the past week visiting at the parental Jens Halverson home and with other relatives in this vicinity. (Donna Moore accompanied an aunt from Buffalo Center to Wheeler, 111., the early part of last week where they plan to spend a couple of weeks visiting relatives. Beulah Hartshorn, who is awaiting a call to communications work under civil service, visited from Tuesday until Sunday at the Martin Dahl home at Swea City. Roy Christensen of Aberdeen, S. D., arrived Thursday evening at the parental Wm. Christensen.home at Swea City. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn called on them. Howard and Kenneth Bollig and Howard Preston spent last week end visiting Gordon Bollig in Chicago. Howard Bollig left here Wednesday for Des Moines for induction into the army. Elaine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen observed his fifth birthday anniversary Friday and in honor of the occasion his mother invited in several little friends to spend the afternoon with him. Mesdames Millen Jensen, J. H. Jensen, P. H. Jensen, Mrs, Peter Thorsen and Henry Looft attended a Woman's Missionary Federation Worker's conference at ths Armstrong Lutheran church Tuesday. • , , ar's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Spllles, and other relatives. Among those who attended the Semon'Llmbergt wedding and reception at Algona last week Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fand.el, Mrs. Nlcholls Semon, Mrs. Thos. Kelly and Mrs. Marie Hogan. P. W. Kollasch was taken to the Mercy hospital In Mason City last week TlueNsday afternoon (n the Swanson ambulance and placed In an oxygen tent. He Is reported as getting along nicely at this writing. (Mr. and Mrs. James B. Geelan and sons, Jlmmle and Jack, of here and Joseph Schlltz of Fort Dodge, spent last week in northern Minnesota fishnlg. Mr. Geelan had a week's vacation from the H. W. Geelan store. William Salz Sr. and Mrs. Conrad Loebach of Lenore, 111., are visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Charles Salz, Mr. alnd Mrs. Theodore Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebah and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kollasch. The Senior Mr. Salz has made his visit here with relatives annually for the past 20 yea,rs. Mary Katherine Farrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Farrell, underwent an appendectomy at the McCreery hospital Wednesday afternoon. Mary Katherine has been making her home with her grandmother, for the past several years. She is getting along splendidly and will be able to le'ave the hospital In a few days. Raymond Lannings of the arrival of an 8V4 Portland Tvnj< J. A. Thompson visited last week with the G. O. McFarland family. The Harry Christensen family la away on a vacation and Homer Bristow is doing the chores at the place. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen of Minneapolis spent the past week With the Chas. Scott family. Mrs. Hansen is diaries' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf spent last Friday to Sunday at the W. B. Shipler home at Ledyard while the Maxwell. latter made a trip to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz and two small daughters spent last week visiting relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Waltz's brother, Lee Bray ton, also made the trip with them. Merrill Stott, son of Mr. and Mrs Wyott Stott, reached his 14th birthday Thursday and the Bristow family were dinner guests and for supper and the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immecfall of Algona and Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, Burt, were entertained also. LaVonne Ringsdorf and another nurse Miss Farrell, both of Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at the F. A. Ringsdorf home. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Barney Frank! and daughter, Camilla, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frank), all of Irv- ingtan. Rose Marie Ringsdorf spent the first of last week at Irvington and the latter part at Bancroft. BURT PEOPLE TO MINNESOTA LAKES THRU PAST WEEK Burt: Many Burt people spent all or part of last week 'fishing at Minnesota lakes. The W. W. Boettch- ers and M. M. Chipmans spent the entire week at Inquadona, near Lonville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Chfls. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. F. A, Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwieter and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Duga were there from Tuesday or Wednesday until the end of the week. Herman Schroeder, R. L and Earl Ackerman, Don Frasar and Harvey Marlow were fishing al Dead Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs Tom Trenary, Mrs. Floyd Duncan Donald and Charlotte Dremme! went to Osakis, Minn., Thursday to visit relatives and fish. E. R Woltz and George Koestler, Jr., returned Thursday from Alexandria Minn., where they also visited relatives. , Mrs, C. W. Reynolds and son Gary, spent last week with relatives in St. Paul. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer were business visitors in Des Moines the first of last week. The Larriman Hattles, Scarville visited Mrs. Rattle's .father, D. L Godden and Burt friends Thurs day. The fourth annual conference will be held at the Methodis church Wednesday evening, Sept 2nd. Margaret Presthus is going to Sioux City this week to take up nurses' training at the Lutheran hospital. Helen and Viola Graham of Al gona spent last week here, Helen at the J. G. Sewick home and Viola at the Harry Sankeys. Mr. and Mrs. C. B w Chipman went to Rochester, Minn., Friday to see their son, Richard, who i still in the hospital there. Mrs. Jessie Davison, Osceola, i visiting at the home of her daugh *4r. Mris. Wild Rtagsdprf T Davison is nearly 83 years old. The Methodist stewards and their families had a picnic at the F. L. Ryerson home Thursday evening followed by a business meeting. The Fidelis Sunday School clas met Thursday afternoon a£ th home of Mrs. W. B. Officer. Lur ena Wessel was assisting hostess- Sarah Schroeder accompanied her aunt and cousin, Mrs. J. W. Hartman and son, Hershel, to Dwigbt, W., Thursday where they ign in the canning factory at Blue Earth, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood of Duncombe and Mrs. J .H. Graham were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of the Misses Warner and Whitney. The Burt schools will open next week Monday, Sept. 7. There is still one vacancy in the .teaching force. No one has yet been secured to teach mathematics. /The Birthday circle mec for its annual picnic Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Odey Cherland, daughter of Mrs. R. A. Bleich, one of the members. •The B. A. Wicketts moved here Wednesday and are living in the Pratt house. Mr. Wickett is to be athletic coach here. He has p wife and son. He taught last year at Gillette Grove. Mrs. Max Smith and son, Billie, Eldora, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the.home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. Wayne Ollom, Melbourne, came Friday for a visit at the Ollom- home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward and Mrs. Mike Koppen, Whittemore, went to Greenville, Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ora Boardman. Mr. Boardman is their nephew. (Benjamin Thompson, Jndianola, spent most of last week at the sister, Mrs. Walter Campney. Mr. and Mrs. George Aden and family of Palmer visited a couple of days the first of last week at the Campney home. The Rev. and Mrs| Hesry Wyat fThe Rev. and Mrs. Henry Wy- enga and daughter, Colfax, vis- ted from Tuesday to Wednesday at the Rev. Paul Figge home. They (vere returning home after spend- ng a vacation in Minnesota. The W. S. C. S. will meet Wed- nqfcday aftenoon, Sept. 2 in the church parlors, n connection with his meeting the annual mite box opening will be 'held. Hostesses are Mrs. Sumner Parsons, Mrs. Herle Richards and Mrs. F. L. lyerson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Manns left Wednesday after spending a week or two with Burt and Algona relatives. Edwin went to Des Moines to enter the army and was to be sent from there to Fort Leavenworth, Kans. Mrs. Manus went to her home at Mallard. Mrs. Howard O. Schrepel, Lexington, Ky., arrived Thursday for a visit at the Henry Gettman home. Howard is Mrs. Gettman's son. He and his wife were married quite recently and the Gettman's aind his wife had not met before. He is in the navy. UVffiMORf __,_ LEAVETOTAKtUP TEACHING WORK Llvermore: Rita Murpny, who spent a few weeks visiting her mother, Mrs Mary Murphy, left on Monday for Molhie, 111., where she will teach school the coming year. Miss Clara Matin left Thursday for Loma, Montana, where she will teach and Mrs. Edna GoodenoUgh left for Coleyllle, where she will teach. MISS Mayme Devine will teach In Seattle, Washington, Mar* garet Devine in Emmetsburg, .Ber- nadlne Devine at Bjradgate and Miss Anna Altman at Humboldt. Mrs. Dave Logue fell one day last week and cut her arm quite badly. Five stitches were taken to close the cut. Mr. and Mrs. Nbal and three children of West Bend visited last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Gronbach. • The young people of the Lutheran church celebrated the closing of their summer school last Wednesday with a picnic at the pump house. Mr. and Mrs. Con Shields motored to Moline, 111., to take their granddaughter home. She had spent several weeks here visiting her grandparents.. Robert Fitzgerald who took his two sisters, Mae and Nell Fitzgerald of California to North Platte, Neb., returned to his home Sunday. His mother, who stayed at the Orvis Lovrlen home in Humboldt, also returned home. Sterling Logue drove from Sioux City last Thursday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logue. Mrs. Leonard Tuttle and son, Tommy, accompanied him fen a visit at the John Tuttle home and at the Ferris home In Rutland. •Dr. and Mrs. Oilman left Wednesday for Roseburg, Oregon, to bring home their son, Jack. Donald Berryhill and Burwell Hamm who have been doing forestry work out there during their school vaca- and Billy Berryhill »who also spent the summer in Oregon, returned to Llvermore last week. A group of friends of Mrs. Margaret Davis gathered at her home last Thursday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. The evening was spent playing bridge. The prizes were won by Mrs. John Seger and Miss Lena Altman. A lunch brought toy the guests was served. «otW6 uji "* ^ Aira MTlf *».*.».«..». -- —. t wh6. ha^O^n visiting with his nls Blgrang, whb Attends school In California, *etuttied with them. He make* his home with his grandparents, Mf. and Mrs. pennls Sprang, while In. California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Howard went to Milieu-, S. »., taft week to visit their *on, 1H and family and to hold a family reunion. Clayton Jennings, who had Just graduated from an air school In Washing- tow, was granted a furlough that he spent In Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of Bradgate also attended, making' the family circle complete. , Word has 'been received here of the marriage of Miss Ellen Virginia Schocke of Salem, Ind., to John Cockrill, second son of Supt. attd, Mrf.' OAeferill' b! . rds' took place at the ChrlMlaft Church- at Cedar 6h Saturday* Aiig. 22. The bride Is oM of the librarians at the City, ftwutty At owa lUe.grBoth Will be a re, . search airtlftaftt t« fif. |as>re, professor 61 law in til* State Unl- verslty of low* college of law. Bray and Transfer of all kinds Long distance hauling. 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