The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1942 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1942
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l" * The Algotta Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 16,1042 Beyerslbles Fleeces Tweeds , Plaids BURT INSTALLS WATER STORAGE PRESSURE TANK iBtlrt: The new tdWli Water 6i(>t- &ge tank,/which the toww council purchased from Rlngsted softie time ago, was moved over Friday and la being installed. Mr. and Mrs. R. >F. Hawcott spent Monday at the (Martin Jensen home • In Algotra, • • • Jim Smith went to Cedar Rapids Thursday to resume his college work at Cde College. Arlene Patterson returned last week from Washington, 0, C., where she visited her brother and .sister. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter, Lurena and G. J. F. Vogel visited frlemto of tihe Wessels at Dows Thursday, The Amefltfan 'Legion .Auxiliary held its monthly sewing meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Leason and Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter, Mabel, Algona, returned last Tuesday from' Minneapolis, where they had spent a few days at the Marshall Leason home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fjreed, Gridley, 111., came last Wednesday to look -after matters connected with their farm on which the Emll Persons lived. They also visited Mr. and Mrs: M. E. Polhemus. Mr. aSd Mrs. Ted Ingels and Mrs. J. E. Goodwin and son, John, Des Jtolnes, were week end guests at the It J. nad C. C. Smith homes. Mrs Ingels and Mrs. Goodwin are sisters of K. J. and C. C. Smith. Mrs. Oral Ollom and twins, Jean and June left Monday after spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. Ollom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pute. Mr. Ollom. and hits mothef came after them Sunday and they all returned to their home In St. (Paul Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and family and Mr and Mrs. J, G. Se» wick had a picnic supper at the Glenn Graham home at Bode Wednesday evening. Joe Graham, who is visiting here from Denver, Colo., remained there until Thursday for a longer visit w.lth his brother, Glenn. Mrs. Ella Clapsaddle, Shabbona, ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lane of Eagle Grove spent Wednesday at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Mrs. Clapsaddle remained for a longer visit. She is Dr. Ciapsaddle's aunt. Mrs. W. iF. Gildner and son, Waterloo, came Tuesday evening for a visit at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas of Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Wirt Weld, Minneapolis, Were over Sunday visitors at the H. O. Buell home. Sunday evening the Buells and their guests were dinner guests of Mrs. E. J. Murtagh in Algona. • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Weld were friends of the Buells at St. Petersburg, Fla. Donald Bilsborough who has been visiting his parents, the A. J. Bils- boroughs, returned last week to Santa Barbara, California, to'start his third year in California State college. Beware of Product* You Can't Identify / Insist on t m 9 ••^•^^^^ • . «t 4 L*v GREEN Mft«»— „ th « mm.. "',„,. You ySsSSaty^^-" Crt* **"*•"'•'' . ' " TVFD, Ft Dodge 6:45 p. m. 916 kyc GREEN MARKED COAL is on the air! Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Hot tUng Go. of Fort I)od«e viUUy important these days that you "care for your car T" for your country" . , , th4 you do your bit to help conserve the nation'? vital Iran* portatiofl So, remember, your Phillip* <S? Pwtef knows cars! ]Vf«ke it I definite pUn, whether or .not you, happen to nee4 Phillip* 66 Pply'qas w PWHips 66 Motor 0(1 at the time, to stop at the Orange and Black 66 Shield once • week , , . every wc>kl Phill-up with Phillips HARMS OIL CO,, Dwtributorf Super Service Stwtion, St*fc> & PbUUp,-^inj MoMahon, Mgr, FINAL RITES FOR REV.LANGHOLZAT LAKOTA TUESDAY iLakota: funeral services for the Rev. 'William Langholz, pastor of St. t»aul'a Lutheran church were held at the local church last week Tuesday afternoon with a largre crowd of relatives and friends attending and the Rev. Martin Schuiz of Stewart, Minn,,, who recently moved to Stewart from Titonka, gave the sermon in English and the Rev. John Mohr, Brltt, ,spoke briefly in German. The Rev. William Planz read the obituary. The Rev. John Mohr sang "Asleep In Jesus" and Marion Sterizel of Lakota sang "Await the Lord and Let Me Go" with Elaine Rahmstock .as accompanist. Services were held at Lamberton, Minn., Wednesday with interment at the cemetery there. The Rev. Langholz had been pastor of the church there for nearly 20 years 'before coming to the Lakota church in January, 1941. He was born in the Lutheran parsonage at Lamberton, April 11, 1893, where his father was pastor of the Lutheran church and he later enrolled in the Lutheran seminary at St. Paul, Minn., and was ordained in February, 1915, and had served 23 years in the vicinity of Lamberton. Besides his regular studies he was interested in music, liaerature and mission activities. His hobbies were stamp collecting, chess and horseshoe playing. In chess he held the Minnesota state championship for several years and he also won many local horseshoe tournament" September 16, 1916, he was ,married to Emma Bethke of Morgan Minn., and besides his widow, he leaves two daughters Mrs. Alfred Steffens of Lucan, Minn, and Mrs Harold Struckman of Fairmont and three sons, Rudolph, a cadet of the Marine Officers' Training school, Virginia; Robert, a junior at Wartburg college at Waverly and Roland, a sophomore in the 'Lakota high school; also one grandchild; - two brothers, the Rev. John Langholz, Loyal, Wis., and the Rev. Walter Langholz of Jeffers, Minn,, and four sisters, Mesdames Emma Neu•man, New Ulm, Minn. Elfreda Dlers of Waterloo and Elsie Conrad^of Pueblo, Colo., and Martha of Springfield, Minn., attended the funeral also 24 clergymen from neighboring congregations. . Pallbearers werer the Rev. A. H. Fritschel, Jackson, Minn., the Rev. Wm. Schmidt, of Welcome, Minn., the Rev. Art Wacholz of Wanda, Minn., the Rev. Paulus Pilgrim of Austin, Minn,, the Rev, August Boese of Waltham, Minn., and the Rev. Julius Kollberg of Rosemond, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote attended the Algona district conference at Algona'last week Tues day. v 1 The Harold Baxter moved last weeks .to Wells, Minn., Where Mr. Baxter will operate the Hanson furniture store. Mr: and Mrs. Clifford Knutoon visited the former's sister and family the John Lunns at Swea City last week Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith Spent from -Friday to Monday a Week ago visiting Warren's sister, Jeanette Smith at Minneapolis. Mesdames J. H. Warburton and Margaret Warburton attended a W. C. T. U. meeting at Mrs. August Petersons at Swea City last week Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren, Ai- gona, spent several days here recently visitng Mrs. R. L. Wlllams before she left for San Diego, Calif., last week Sunday morning. lElnora Poppe has been employed by Mrs. Emory Smith to keep house for 'her and help care for her two sons. Mrs. Smith has taken over her husband's job in the post office since his recent enlistment. The George Heetland family spent Sunday a week ago with the Connie Roelfsemas at Paton, Iowa, WITH THE BOVS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM <l 1 ;• * * * * SAVE TIME —With A Classified I It's foolish to spend a lot of time looking for buyers for your used articles when the Algona Upper Des Moirres Classifieds can do it for you in half the time! Place an ad and waitch for speedy results, Classified Atis Bun in the Algona Upper Des Moines are run a second time FREE in The Saturday Shopper go per word, paid In Advance 80 per || Tke AlgoBi Upper 10 ft»4 Phone I7« Tfout News PAUL EOEL, IRVlNGTON, SIGHT-SEEING IN LONDON Irvihglon: Mrs. Chas. Egel re celved two letters from her son, Paul, last week. He Is still stationed with the armed forces In England. He mentioned that he and a friend had been seeing the sights and that some foods and fruits were extremely high in price, in fact grapes were selling for six dollars a pound. They were being rationed six chocolate bars and ten packages of cigarettes every two weeks. He stated the weather was very cold and foggy which necessitated the wearing of extra heavy c'othing. The Egel family does not know exact whereabouts, ortly that it is not too far from London as he makes occasional sight-seeing trips there. —V— HOWARD BANEY IS STILL STATIONED IN AUSTRALIA Irvin-gton: The Hugh Raneys have heard from their son, Howard again who is still stationed in Australia and he had written that he had seen Jim Spencer and visited with him for a short time. Jim seems to have been the only acquaintance so far that Howard had met from here. —V— ED FROELICH, WESLEY, AND FAMILY TO SEATTLE Wesley: Ed Froelich, his wife and .bwo children left for Seattle, Washington, Wednesday morning. Ed, who, is an aviation chief machinist mate in the navy air corps, had spent a week at his parental, Chas. Froehlich home. His wife and family had been here for some time. —V— AcmvHpJS OF ALGONA BOYS IN THE SERVICE County Clerk Mrs. Katherlne McEvoy has received word from her son, John, now a staff sergeant and who has been stationed at Scott Field, Illinois, that he has been transferred to a camp at Wilmington, Delaware. While at Scott Field John was serving as tower radio operator. iFrancls PJatt, 21, oldest son of Mrs. Elizabeth Platt, has en-listed in the navy and is serving his six weeks' iralining period at Great Lakes Naval Training station. Mrs. Anna Madson is in receipt of word from her • son, Raymond, to the effect that his stay at Ports, mouth, Rhode Island, has been extended for another two months. Raymond is serving in the navy. Fred Timm, chairman Algona branch, Red Cross, is in receipt of a letter of appreciation from the company commander 131st Infantry, Fort Brady, Mich., for the shipment of sweaters received by company and knit by women of the local branch. First Lieut. J. B. Scully 'says in part: "Be assured that the warmth of our bodies created by these articles of clothing is far exceeded by the warmth of gratitude which fills our hearts." —V— LOUIS BODE FAMILY VISIT BERNARD AT MINNEAPOLIS •Union: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and children drove to Minneapolis Saturday to see their son, Bernard, fireman third class, who has Just finished four months schooling in an electricians -course at the University cxf Minnesota. He was granted a 5-day furlough which was later cancelled from Great Lakes headquarters as the need for men was to urgent at, this time. The company was moved from the University to the Old Union building last Friday to make room for the college students. His folks went to see him before he will be transferred. His destination was not made known. CORPORAL MARK STANTON TO MAINLAND BY PLANE Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Algona, received a long distance phone call Saturday from Palm Beach, Florida, and her son, Corporal Mark Stan-ton, informed her that he had just arrived by plarte for Porto Rico and that he was on his way to Fort Monmoufch, N. J., where he would take further training in an officers' school, and that he probably would be stationed there the next five months. Corporal Stanton s serving in the army signal corps,' MRS. CHRIS OLSON VISITS WITH SON IN INDIANA Mrs. Chris Olson and son, WKlis C. Leik, the latter of Chicago, were visitors with their son and brother, Gale Leik, now stationed at Camp Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, Sunday. Mrs, Olson left 'here Friday night. Gale joined the army July i, 1941, and until last October was stationed at Camp Lee, Virginia. He is in the dispatcher's office, motor divison, quartermaster corps. He is about to be transferred to Fort Myers, Virginia, and from there will be assigned to aictive duty in the tropics. Mrs. Olson re turned home Wednesday and that same day received a long distance call from Gale making the latter transfer announcement. y WILLIAM ERPELDING NOW RATED STAFF SERGEANT Friends and relatives of Sergeant William J. Erpelding have received word that he has been promoted to staff sergeant. He joined the air corps last November and is also a qualified aerial engineer on the B-25 bomber and in August he was authorized to wear "wings." At present he is at the Waiiterboro Army Air Base, Walterboro, South Carolina. He received his training at Keesler Field, Mississippi; Santa Monica, California, and Walterboro, South Carolina. —V— BERNARD BODE, UNION, NOW RATED PETTY OFFICER Union: Bernard Bode, fireman third class, telephoned his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Union township, Wednesday evening from the State University of Minsesota, Minneapolis, where he has received four months schooling that he graduated the 10th of Sept. with a rating of third class petty officer. He will perhaps ibe transferred elsewhere his destination at this time not being announced. He is taking an electricians' course. —V— ARTHUR OLSON, LFVERMORE, REPORTED IvnSSING BY NAVY Livermore: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar received word that their youngest son, Arthur, is missing somewhere in the Pacific. Arthur is 24 years of age, a graduate of the Livermore high school in 1937, and has been in the navy for the past four years. i (Mrs. Lucy Tillson and brother, Guy Trauger, returned Tuesday from Houston, Texas, where they went to attend the graduation exercises of her son, Charles Tillson, who graduated from an air school Saturday, Sept. 5, and received his wings. Joe Lentsch, who is stationed in- the navy in North Dakota, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with his sister, Margaret Lentsch. —V— SWEA CTTY PARENTS SLEEP IN CAR AT ARMY CAMP Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ellott nad Richard Schroeder drove to Lincoln, Nebr., to spend the week end with the Elliott son, Geo., who is/an army airplane mechanic. They found the fair on at Lincoln and all accommodations for rooms taken. After searching until a late hour the Elliotts finally decided to sleep in their car. George likes army. life and is feeling and looking fine. _V— BURT SOLDIER, SAILOR ACnvmES FOR WEEK Burt: Clarence Schrader, who is teaching in the Air Force Candidate school at Miami, Fla., recently wrote to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader, that Clark Gable, the former movie star, was a pupil In one of his field classes. He said Mr. Gable was well liked and popular with the rest of the men. Joe Higgins left Sunday for the Great Lakes Naval Training school', after spending a week's furlough here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader received word last week that their son, Clayton, who is stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., had undergone an operation for varicose veins and would be In the hospital for about a month. Elbert Sewick has enlisted in the navy and left 'Thursday to report for duty. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and son of Clarion were also guests. The Johnsons and Roelfsemas are former Lakota residents. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams and son, Donald, spent last week end visiting a sister at Waterloo. An- obher sister, Mrs, Henry Schroeder and soil of Chicago, who were visiting there, came home with the Adams and made a short visit here with Mrs. Schroeder's father, Fred Yager, Mesdmaes Margaret Warburton, Edward Hagge and Emory Smith entertained at the social meeting of 'the W. 8. ,Ci S. at the Methodist church last week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. George Winter "gave 9 nice flag to the church which will be put on a staff and used on the platform, The Alton Andersons moved Into the R. L. Williams residence early last week and will live there until Dr, and Mw. Williams return. Mr. and Mrs, EHpn Head have moved into the bouse vacated by the Andersons. The Andrew Andersons moved last week mto the Marvin Baum residence. ST. JOE NEWS The 'baaebaJl club enjoyed a party S'h.ursday evenljj nt tb> John B. Reding homo, The St. Joe baseball club defeated o*ts Creek l t<? 0 In an U-ionir* SWe at St. Joe recently. -•A£r, and, Mrs. Carl Krause of Chicago were Monday a|g& callers, at tfce Vernon Kramer borne. Jfortlnr Thllges and James Butler isrtU teftve Algpna^ Tuesday eve- ning to be Inducted into the army. • Dorothy Wagner and De!ores Erpelding left last Tuesday for San Diego, Calif., where they plan tp visit with friends. Bill McGuire, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, left Monday for Dubuque where he will be a freshman at Lor as College, Milford Plathe left Sunday for Minneapolis where he will attend an aircraft school. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Flathe took their son to Minneapolis. Kr, and Mrs, Carl Krause of Chicago spent the past week at the Will Reding home and with other friends. They returned to their home Saturday morning. Sergeant Erwin Bormann arriv- e4. home unexpectedly Saturday to spend the week end with 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann and other relatives. Erwin has bee n on maneuers in Louisiana. Rev, Father Henry Ernest from Denver, Colo., is visiting here with hia brother, Paul Ernest and his slater, Mrs. John Erpelding and families. Paul Ernest met bis brother in Des Molnes Tuesday night where be came by train, (Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and daughter, Stella Mae and Mr, and Mrs, Vernon Kramer drove to Wells, Minn., one 4ay last week to visit the Albert Bormanna. OM way home they also v(s>t<?<f «t James Weydwt home near Minn.' Herbert Kayser ha.4 the njlsf<nv tune to 'break bis right foot. Tours- day while be was helping set up 4 ensilage cutter rt ft s M. T. 5f«K Gulre farm. A heavy pipe lull 9* his foot. He is getting arpund on crutches. The cajrt ia.te remain on his foo| untli the. flxst of SWEA CITY PLANS JUNK RALLY FOR AREA SATURDAY Swea City: A Junk rally will oe held Saturday, Sept. 10, tot th6 Swea City territory. Myron John* son, loijal salvage chairman, sent out post cards last week to all the farmers In the territory, asking them to make ah estimate" of the amount of scrap Iron and other junk on hand and to return t6 Mr. Johnson by this week. Trucks with WiRA help will call at the farms there it he facility tot \ ~ which is I*eat6d at the Johfl plement More was fltafte«l in the year. Already many and pounds of scrap metal been received. Two for one. Use the Upper Molnes want ads. | Special Group = 1 OF 1150 GARMENTS EE? §= Don't miss this opportunity to |H get that new fall dress. Their ==j variety of styles have made fash- 55 ion news. The quality of mater£5 lal and tailoring is superb. AH |=j fine fitting styles. Your choice of == a large collection of sizes, styles, 55 and colors — and at a price in 55 keeping with your wartime bud- 5f get. 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