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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1942
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, FORMER FENTON EDITOR NOW HAS PILOT LICENSE iFentoh: Bob Schwartz, who en- .llsted In the army .reserve corps 4bbut nine weeks ago for civilian pilot training, completed his course a week ago last Saturday aitd came home for a short furlough before being assigned to his advance train- Jng .location. Sob Is now ehtitlde to a pilot's license, having complet- •ed 35 hours of Solo flight training and 240 hour* of ground tfchool Instruction. Bob returned to Mar, .shalltown Tuesday -to await His .call 'for advanced training. BARLAN GAABDS LOSE BORN IN SAO CITY HOME 'Friends here received announcements Wednesday of the birth of •a 5 pound 4 02. glr on Sunday, Sept. .13th to Mr. and (Mrs. Harlan Gaard •of Sac City. Word came later In the week that the Infant, Janice .Kathryrt, had lived only a short ;tlme. The Gaards formerly lived here and Mr. Gaard's father, the .Rev. A. K. Gaard is minister at Depew. • • BESCHES TO WHITTEiVIORE, KVHL TAKES OVER HEBE IThe Mike Beach family moved 'to Whlttemore Tuesday where Mr, will be agent for the DeKalb Hybrid corn company. Ray Kyhl is taking Mr. x Besch'S place here. ;The v Norman Pfisters moved Into the house vacated by the Beach family. (Attorney, and Mrs. Bruce Plarard and daughter, Niccoli of Des Molnes visited at the George Jorgensoh home Monday evening. DO YOUR FENDERS need n- palring? See Allen Motor Co. 38 (Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosselsen left Tuesday for Mason City where they visited until Friday with Mrs. HoU en Ewers and-Mrs. Henry Ltihg- man. Both are slaters of Mr. Koss- elsen. , . Mrs. Frank Eiger entertained on Monday afternoon In honor of her granddaughter, Sharon Lee Elgler's flfth birthday. Little guests Included Polly Holldorf, Yvonne Stlg- man and John Elgler. Carroll Wlllrett, Ervln Borchardt, Howard Schulte Everett Mueller and Victor Struecker attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo from Friday to Sunday. Ervln and Carroll each entered a Holatein heifer, an-d Ervln's heifer placed eighth, The 1 Happy Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Oscar" Solberg, Wednesday afternoon. Eighteen members were present. Mrs. Otto Solberg was a guest. The birthdays of Mrs. Delbert 'Long and Mrs. John Kerber were celebrated. Mrs. A«ios Berkland and Mrs. John Kerber had charge of the program. Lunch was served by Mrs. Martin Melner and Mrs. Irvlw Solberg. Mrs. Rex Wolfe entertained at quilting partlds on Tuesday and Thursday of last week. > AsslSt- ng them on Tuesday were" Mesdames Henry TIman, Frank Dreyer, Minnie Dreyer, Herman Dreyer and Ruth, Theo. Bleckwim, Qua Krause and E. C. Fauerby. On Thursday Mesdames **. P. Newel, Frank MoFall, Walt WIddel, Mer- vln Frlebe and Albert "Mitchell. as slsted. Dorothy Hobson,' Lone Rock, on Honor Roll /The name ,of Dorothy Hobson, Lone 'Rock, appeared on the Honor Roll 'Which was released by the Hamilton School of Commerce of Mason City, Iowa, recently. Requirements for the honor roll are an average of .three grade points or a straight B with no grade below C. Miss Hobson is enrolled on the Junior Secretarial course Housecleaning Tips Send those rugs, drapes, blankets, tapestries, bick- njaoks, ete.. to the MODERN for complete rejuvenation. You. will like our ' 'service. Prices.are moderate, "Clean house the easy MODERKway Phone 637 Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors HOLMES & CLOPTON WASH DRESS EVENT Just Received Another Large Shipment of Newest Styles and Patterns TO ya Sizes 12 to 52 '•fK T wares LAKOTA TEACHERS BY CLUB THURSDAY Lakota: Mesdames Jamfcs 'and Margaret Warburton- were hostesses to the Acorn club Thursday afternoon with the teachers as guests of the club. Mrs. Harry Mussman was appointed to look after the orderlMg, delivering, etc., of the usual club quota Of towels, hemmed .by the blind women of Iowa. Betty Ley *ead the White Cluffs by Alice Drier Miller, which was intensely interesting and Very well presented. The tea table was covered with a lace cloth,, the centerpiece was of roses, which Mrs. Ida Ukena furnished and the color scheme used was green and pink. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, vice president presided at the table and poured the coffee. iMrs. Clifford Knutson assisted the hostesses with the serving. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht Will be hostess on October 1st, ' (Bob Beemer and Bob Powe'rs left last week for Ames where they are attending Iowa State College. Supt. B. .L. Grabau and some of the teachers attended a schoolmasters' .meeting at Ailgona Thursday evening. The Elvln Flowers, Grand Junction, visited friends here last week. Mrs. Flower was N formerly Beulah Bell of Lakota, Mr; and Mrs. A. C. Schissel and children, Joe and Sue, visited with Artfs mother, Mrs. P. C. Schissel at Minneapolis for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trlpp and baby • Of Belolt, Kansas, left last Week for:their home after spending several weeks Visiting "Vic's" father, Lawrence Trlpp and family. SWEA CITY HIGH HAS FINE UNE-UP FOR BASEBALL Swea City: Coach Peterson reports that Swea City high school has a 'fine lineup for baseball this year. In the opening game with Grant, the local boys won 12 anc 8. On the home diamond last Wednesday the boys were victorious over Armstrong 4 and 2. Another good game is expected Friday when they play St. John's at Bancroft. The names of the players follow: Ed Kollasch, pltcher v Roy Rohlin, catcher, Lowell Larson, Merlin Berg, James Brock, Wilbur Geerdes, Edmund Lester, Johnnie Baldus, Floyd Gabel, Floyd Montgomery, Alvin Beck, Albert Paulson, Robert Lundqust, Donald Nelson, John Mb- gensen, Raymond Sanders, Verne Mortenseh; Ikey Barker, Daryl Peterson, Robert Lobb. Reuben Hoi- comb and* Russell Gibson. "MY PROPERTY IS MY GREATEST INVESTMENT —I'M GOING TO PROTECT IT!" SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMMONWEALTH BARN RED T4E 5-GALLON CAN . pergal will save you money! Good look* ftjre only half th« itory when you paint yonr barm, ihedi and tijkw, with Sfcwwfc, Williams Common-, wealth Barn He* TOta brfglrti red ha»'a tougn, btt «W It wffl your building* the LOCAL.NOTES PM1| KoMlwaa ftttd smr, Mart, spent Mpiiday In DeS Moines where they atiewded to business matters. Vofner Sajfttls, J*., son of Mrs. Mary <Saitds, has gone to Portland, Oregon, where he has employment. Mr». D. tt. Ooedera of Clear Lake spent several days in Algona with friends, returning to her home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. F- Amfalir spent Saturday afternoon lit Mason' City, Where Mr. Amfahr attended to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Laidley and family of, Lu Verne, Minnesota, Spent Sunday In Algona with relatives and friends. . Mr.- and Mrs. A. L. Brown a(,tended a district county agents' meeting at Osage Saturday afternoon and evening. Dr. and Mrs: A. Larson and son and daughter of Belmond spent Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman. Miss Rita Dootey, deputy recorder, spent Friday at Graettinger, where she visited Miss Kitty McCarty and her mother. Miss Catherine Kaln, employed In Washington, D. C., arrived Friday for a two weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Tom Kain. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard spent Sunday at Winnebago, Minnesota, visiting at the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs. C"; A. Norman. , Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and her daughter, Janice, spent the week end at Grlnnell at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller. Mrs. A. L. Peterson left yesterday for Hollywood, California, after spending the summer In Algona among her old friends and loqklng after business matters. She and her mother, Mrs. Helen Norton, have an apartment in Hollywood Her son, Rqlph, is a Los Angeles banker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton plan to leave this week end 'for Vancouver, Washington, where they wll make their future home. Mr. Hilton, who has 'been employed as manger of the Harms Oil Co., will be employed in an aluminum plant Walter Steven will 'become manager of the station here. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Robert Clark,'Mr. and Mrs. B. H Potter, all of Algoira, and Howare v Clark, Mrs. Ben Hartzell and daughter, Grace, and Mrs. Betty Anderson went to Marshalltown Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Dr. W. W. Southwick. Dr Southwick was the ladies' brother- in-law. SWEA CITY PARENT TEACHER SESSION MONDAY NIGHT iSwea City: The Parent Teachers association held Its opening meeting Monday night. A flag for platform use was presented to the school by the American Legion. The program as iplarmed included an address of welcome to the teachers by.A. B. Tweeten and the response 'by Miss Shirley Sampson also a solo -by Jean Ingebritson. iB. L. Weaver, former Methodisl pastor here, visited the first of last week at the John Anderson home. Supt, Schuler and Lyle Patterson drove to Algona Thursday evening to attend a schoolmasters' meeting. s . • A truck called for the furniture of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Appelquist Wednesday and moved It to Indiana where the Appelquists are now located. ^Raymond Peterson of, Manson succeeds Harold Hewett as the Standard.Oil tank wagon- agent. The Petersons' have three children anc will move here when a house is available. \Miss Florence Alberts' left on Thursday'morning with her aunts Mrs. Henry Patterson and Mrs 1 Frank Schliefer fcoth of Buffalo Center to visit over the week end wth Mr. and Mrs. Ray Patterson at Sioux City. They accompanied Mrs..Edgar Inlay of Lakota who drove to Mobile to visit relatives., PAUL GISCH, 14, 1RVINGTON.TO DUBUQUE SCHOOL Irvington: Paul Gisch, fourteen year old son >of Ben Gisch, left on Tuesday for a school near Pu- buque where he has enrolled as a stujdent preparatory to becoming a Catholic missionary. Paul was a freshman student at the local academy and had attended grade school at No. 4 in Irvington. (Last Monday a family reunion was held at the Gisch home as a farewtell' courtesy honoring Paul and also in attendance was Sister Marcelletta of Chicago, the former Caroline Gisch, Sister Marcellelta was here on a five day vacation to visit her .relatives. She teaches kindergarten work to negro children in Chicago. Sherman: Green of puluth, Minn., one of Jrvington's pioneer's is visiting friends and relatives foere. • The Wm. Frahm family has moved into the Frank Asa home which was occupied by the Walter J31- berta. Joe Jenkins, son of Mrs. Ralph Lage, spent last week end with home fplks, Joe is stationed at Omaha where he is attending a radio school under civil service. V#a, .Johnson visited recently With her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Jobnaon, Yfra Is a first yew nursing student at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Katharine Hutchins entertained U little guests last Saturday aft- the pountry j>ome of her parents, Mr. and MW. Gfcrf IJutchin*. C^rothy »n& dwgtter ol The flower dub mot Moftdafy evening at the high school in- the home making room. Mrs. Jack Craig and children and A. J. Hertig spent Saturday at Mount Auburn visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs; Joe Grfecttberg spent the week end in Mason City where they attended the Jewish holidays. Iprrls Fishier of Portage, Wisconsin, spent the past week In Algona with his aunt, Mrs. Art Kuecker. Mr. and Mrs. H. U Woodward spent Sunday at Northwood at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Hoetel- ling. Mrs.,S. W. Meyer and Opal Meyer spent from Wednesday until Saturday in- Minneapolis visiting relatives. Eugene Hutching, Harlan Slgs- bee, Ken Knudsen and Robert Williams spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji fishing. Mrs. Ralph 'Carpenter and two children of Marshalltown are vlsit- ng the former's mother, Mrs. S. E. KcMahon. Miss Eleanor Frascr a)ccompanl r ied Mr. and Mrs, Glen Raney to Des Moines Sunday. They will return today (Tuesday). Tom Kohlhaas, freshman student at Creighton University, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuhn returned the latter part of the week fr the Black Hills where they had spent a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. dene Gajddls and two daughters spent the week end at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gaddls of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilg-es, Rev. John J. Thilges, S. V. D,, and Mrs. J. P. Thilges were visitors at th» Louis Fuhrmann home Monday. Dr. A. J. Eason, Dr. Karl Hoffman, and Dr. H. M. Olson went to Fort Dodge where they attended a district' dental meeting Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester DcBoldt have returned from a month's trip through the south where they visited their daughter in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle and Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz are spending the week in northern Minnesota and Canada on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs., G. A. Bun-ell of Pcr r ry spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. KL A. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell are Mrs. Tuttle's parents. Mrs. O. S. Johnson and daugh r ^r ¥ Thetaia, spent Sunday and Monday at Tracy, Minn., visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Jerome Finnegan. , . Mrs. Don Alt returned Saturday from Des Moines after spending the past two weeks at the home of her husband's parents, Mr. an-d Mr0 C. F. Alt. Esther Lavrenz went to .Rochester today (Tuesday) to have a check up at one of the hospitals there, Esther, is the daughter of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. " Rosalie Sw4nson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. C:-H. Swanson, took fan •In a Freshman Talent show Saturday evening at Corn-ell .college at Mount Vernon. Mrs, C. O. Peterson and daughter Lois and Mr. and -Mrs. Jakie Peterson and family of Lakota spc-nl Sunday-at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mr and Mrs. IMclzar Falkenhain- er returned Monday evening 'from Coueur de OTleiHes, Wis., where they had spent a few days closing their summer home. Del Clopton entered the Kossulh hospital Thursday where he is receiving medical treatment. Mr Clopton is co-owner of the Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors. Helen Zittritsch spent last week in Algona at the home of her motn- er, Mrs. A. Zittritsch. Helen Is employed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance company at Fort Dodge. Miss Kathleens Evans of Chicago is visiting her parents, Dr. anc Mrs. R. A. Evans fpr two weeks before going to Rochester, Minnesota, to finish her nurses' training. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Conklln anc Mr, an-d Mrs. Lloy^l Muckey will return Wednesday, from Northern Minnesota and Canada where they have spent the past ten days fish- Ing. Roger Michel and Bruce Miller went to Mitchell, South Dakota, Saturday. Bruce returned Monday anc Roger stayed and he will resume his studies at the Dakota Wesleyan University. Burns Nugent, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nugent left unday for Cambridge, Mass., where he will be a freshman at Harvard College His sister, Mary Lee, is a senior at Grinnell this year. Mrs. W. G,: Ireten returned on Saturday evening from Bloomfield Iowa, where she was called by the illness and death of her uncle, H C. B,lack, Mrs. Irelan made her home with Mr. Black before her marriage. Maxlne Hargreaves, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs, P.. H. Hargreaves, left Monday evening for Boone, where she took the train for California, where she will visit her brother, Phillip and will seek employment. Rev. J. a Buthnuw left Monday for Storm Lake where he will spend the • week attending the a|n- nuai conference of the Northwest Iowa conference. Mrs, Buthman and Rev. H. !M. Burns will Join him today (Tuesday). MUw Fjranttw Messer aad her mother of Humboldt spent Sunday in Algona with Miss Minnie. Coate and Mw- W, IJ. Ferguson amj with other teachers who were on toe faculty wbsn Jfiss qoatjs was teaching in the Algona schools, , , SW spending the ff epk, feeyr'at the home of MM. Menu's parents UJJr. and Mrs. M. p. m»Y«? , P*. mw\ the Ppctor of Technology. Betty Kohlhoa*, a teacher In the consolidated schools at Swaledale, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Clare J. Wenner* sen Of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, spent the. week end at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Dr. and MM, A. L. Dltttner and son, Gordon of Thornton, sip%nt Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer and sister, Mrs. A. L. Granaow. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Robert Dutton spent several days last week in Algona visiting friends. Mr. Dutton is employed at an ordnance plant at Madison, Wisconsin. Miss Alice Hagge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hagge of Ledyard, who is employed at the local triple A office here Is at the Kossuth hospital suffering with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. IWlto Guderlan anrl daughters, Owen and Carol of Minneapolis, spent the week end at the home of the former's -brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mrs. Henry Johahnsen entertained several relatives and -friends' Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's birthday and her nephew, Wayne Schichtl of Burt, on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pellsek left Sunday for Grlrinell and Tama, where they will spend the week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Pcjisfek is employed at the express office. Loretta Janan Is the name of the new daughter, born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall. The Halls have another daughter, Jean. Mr. Hall is manager of the McCor- mick-Deerlng store. Mrs. Carl Parsons, Muriel and Donald, of Braham, Minnesota, and Miss Hazel Benson of St. Paul, are visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner home. The two ladies are sisters of Mrs. Bestenlehn- er. Rev. John J. Thilges, S. V. D^ of Epworth, Iowa, visited at the Paul Thilges home and with other relatives of St Joe last week. Rev. Thilges is a neiphew of Leonard ThllgreS and of the late J. P. - , • •-.-.-. '.,-• Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Draper, whb have operated the Singer StSwlflg iMachine shop, are closing out their stock and will move October 1 to California, where they expect to locate. They have children- living In San Francisco* Mrs. W. H. King living west of Algona, has purchased the Edward L. Hagg home on West McGregor Streets and plans to move to town this week. Mrs. King has been living alone on the King farm since the death of her husband. JVInsi TJ. .1*. Larson and Betty Laird returned today from Indiana, Where they had spent a fe-«/ days. Mrs. Larson visited her daughter, Mrs. Carl Fisher and .family at LaPorte, 1 and Betty spent the week end with a friend at South Bend. Mrs. R. O. Bujstrom and daughter Dorothea, spent the week end at Madison, Wisconsin, visiting relatives and friends. Dorothea left today (Tuesday) for Mitchell, South Dakota, where she will resume her shool work at the Dakota Wesleyan University. Mr. and Mrs. John BeHson of Chicago were visiting here over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves. The two women are first cousins. Mr. Bellson- is foreman in the W. F. Hall Printing Company plant, one of the largest commercial shops In the city. Mrs. Robert E. Kaln has sold her home here to Mr. aird Mrs. Nick Krteps of Union township, who are retiring and moving to town. Mrs.. Kain left Monday for DeKalb, Illinois, where she will make her home. Joseph Krieps and family will move to the Krieps farm. Lieut, James Blshpp left today (Tuesday) .for San Diego, California, where he will be stationed In the Navy Air Corps. He returned to Algona Monday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop at South Bend, Indiana. Lieut. Bishop is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. And Mrs. Leonard Draeger and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stewart of Burt went to Highland, Wisconsin Friday to spend a few days with the William Draegers, formerly of Algona. The Draeger men are broth- • S j»rM«M They S*p&t 16 fetih* the last 6? the Week. > > .o Aft*. B. M. Soiithgftte feitfrnW Wt Tuesday from Irpsllante, ttlch* igan, where she had spent seferaf')*, weeks with her son and wife, MK. , and Mrs. Robert Southgate 'whit* • ' her daughter-in-law was recovering from An operation. Mrs. Southgate • also visited other points in Mlcht* gan, where she had lived when & girl. Mr. and Atittj diaries l*hm»*» and son of Vinton returned to their" home Monday after several days* visit with Charles' parents Mr. a»d Mrs. A. D. Lehman, and , friend* Charles operates a garage Which ho bought at tine time he aftd his family moved to Vinton a year or so> ago. Mrs Lehman was the former Audrey Fritz. Mr. aind Mrs. Perry Smith Mid . Mrs. Mary E. Brown of Des Molnea and Mr. an-d Mrs. E. A. Thompson of Humeston, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel W. Thompson. Everett ThomlH son, who is in the navy and stationed at Newport, Rhode Island, called Saturday evening and visited with his parents. "I yjx&aiya^^ Notice Ihie to t3ie higher cost of merchandise, we are forded to raise our prices in order to give you the slame satisfactory service. New Prices Become Effective Monday, Sept. 28 Irene's Beauty Shop Helse Bldg. Phone 185 ALWAYS COOL. Tues.-Wed., Sept 32-23 The .blood of a wolf placed in the veins of a man! Beware the Wolf Man. Johnnie Downs Ann Nagel in "The Nad Monster" Second Feature The perfect crime—ALMOST Sidney Blackmer in "The Panther's Claw" Thura,-Fri.-Sat, Sept 24-26 1 ii li iHJMIiilitiil IMJP i IWT ^JP f BE- The roaring story of a rub* who rocked all Hollywood! ALBERT DEKKER JOAN DAVIS EDDIE FOY, JR. ALAN MOWBRAY Second Feature John Mack Brown In "BOSS OF HANGTOWN MESA" Added "Oapt Midnight" Serial Farmers: May we suggest that NOW, while parts are available, is the time to overhaul and repair your corn picker and tractor. Used Machinef No. 6 seed attachment Just 36" Woods Bros, all steel thr No. 4 McCoiTOick,peertn« e Royal Blue cream separator Peering: corn binder us. W «f »'. McCormick-Deerii ALtifiUtA VvN •* * c "* * * A store full of new merchandise for cool weather. All kinds of; hats in every color and shade. Come in and see our new things. Hats No rationing of hats. We have hundreds of lovely now numbers, black, -brown, colors, in felts $2.50 Sweaters Luscious soft 100% wool sweaters in beautiful colors TO ' 1 Skills Is, -twills, cord ds 2,50,2.98,3.98 Wools, -twills, corduroy, tweeds Purses Underarm and pouch styles In corde, leather and. alligator $1.00 TOP Jl 4 ,o 1 1 t- 1 )1

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