The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1942 · Page 7
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! B, AkdiUL Iowa, Sept. 22,1342 "> *^^P w *TT!.,...-.-,.,.---'...~..J~, ..,r,:,*.i- —— '~*~ w- LOTTS CREEK BOY JOINS WFTH U.S. NAVY (Lotts creek: Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Schmlel were Informed by their SOHj Edgar, that he was sworn Into the naval reserve lasl week Friday aft Cleveland, Ohio, under the U. and College program. He was transferred to Inactive duty until graduation. Edgar was employed in a defense plant there this summer tout has now returned to Cornell college at Mt. Vermm, Iowa where he is a, senior. After graduation he will go to Columbia U. in NW York City for a months' mid- Bj»lpnian's tralnttngi. From there he will go to Notre Dame, Ind. for a month and then to finish Evanston, 111., to earn his enslgn commission. lEdgar received his grade schoo education at the local LutherS) parochial school of which his fath er Is teacher, later attending the Algona high school for three years earning /'sufficient credits for col lege entrance. (Edgar has two twin sisters, Esther^ supervisor o the gtaip hospital, Orflflo, Idaho, and <tuth A Ifth and sixth grade teach; er W t»« St. (Raul's Lutheran lehobl ft Waterloo. . Mrs. Herbert Potratz and sort, Richard, spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth at Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mlttag and family of Truesdale spent Tuestfay evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlttag. Mrs. Ed Kressln and son, Ortwln, were at Rochester, Minn., Tuesday to visit Mrs. Kressln's granddaughter, Cara BleratedB, 6 year old daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt of Fenton, a patient in the Mayo hospital there. The Ulttle girl has brain fever. Ferdie Mlttag who had been home on a 9-day furough, left Thursday evening for Great Lakes, 111. Fer- dle, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlt- tag, has just completed his' six weeks basic training and will now be sent to one of the naval schools for eleven weeks of schooling. Olene Larson, teacher In the Lakota school for several years, visited Audrey Hastings last week end. Miss Larson now teaches In Rembrandt. BETWEEN AND WITH_MEALS Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge Hard of Heating? You are invited to come to Algona, Hotel Algona, Thursday Sept. 24th, 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p.m. For a free hearing test and demonstration of Western Electric Audi-phone hearjng aids, a new development of the Bell Telephone Laboratories. Conducted by a hearing aid tiechician from the Audiphohe office, 611 Fleming Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. Save this announcement for future reference. •• , •/ FROM LEDYARD ATTEND RITES, ILLINOIS (Udyard: Word was received by relatives at Ledyard of the death of Mrs. Sandy Stubbb at her home at Rock Island, 111. Mrs. Stubbe had been ailing for some time and she Is survived by her husband and two small children besides other relatives and friends. (Those attending the funeral from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stubbe and Sally Jo, Mr. and Mrs Albert Barnes, Mr. and Mrs Glenn Behse and Maxlne, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stubbe and Bud Gray of Mallard. The funeral was conducted at Baxter, Iowa, Mrs. Stubbe's former home. Mr. and Mrs. 'Pete Troff were Algona shoppers Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nltz were business visitors at Algona Wednesday. , iL. A. Nltz and Glenn Yahnke spent Thursday at Mason City on busl ness. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Troff and son were Swea City callers Wednesday evening. Rev. Mathes of Denver, Colo., Is visiting for a few days at the Wiemer home, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Dillon were business.visitors at Burt Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Little of Guckeen, Minn., visited Sunday at the Ralph Johnson home. Wm. Wiemer |and son, Craig, spent the week end at Duluth. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kltley of Hardy are visiting with the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs H. M. Granner. [Howard Nitz has returned home after working for the season in the canning factory at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Johnson of Swea City visited Thursday evening with Mrs. Johnson's daughter and family tlhe Pete Troffs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand visited Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Brand's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Henr ry Ulrich'of Amboy. James Darnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Darnell, left Wednesday for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for services In the U. S. army. ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and son, Wallace, returned Sunday evening from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited Mrs. Mayne's son. „ Miss Deloris Ntz returned home Wednesday evening after spending I a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. 'Esher Nitz, at Buffalo Center. Jack Moulton, son of Mrs. Rose Moulton, left Tuesday evening for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where he hfts been Inducted Into the array. M*. and Mrt, P. C. £<**««?<"> heard from their »J«i, Pvt. Sari jorgenaort who IS stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., that he likes his work there. Mrs. ToW Lynch. Mrs. Jule Belfer£ Mfs.' Joe Welch, Jack Lynch and daughter visited with Mrs. Jack Lynch at Hotel King Cole in Minneapolis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gelhaua and family visited Sunday with relatives at Hollandale, Minn. Deloris Gelhaus remained there where She will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. Brvin Smith and Fred Schwartz and son, Harold, left Friday for Texas to visit Er- vln Schwartz, who Is stationed at an army camp there. Mrs. Brvin Kllnkslek and Infant son returned from the Algona hospital Wednesday and Is at present spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus. Mrs. Nicson arrived to take up her duties as teacher in the school here to fill the vacancy left 'by the resignation of Miss Smith. She will teach the thlrfl grade. Mrs. Hemme Troff is seriously 111 with pneumonia and was taken to a Blue Earth hospital and put in an oxygen tent. Her many friends hope to hear of her early recovery. Albert Oster of Chajnute Field, 111., spent several days here visiting friends. He has been transferred to Lincoln, Neb. He taught in the Ledyard .consolidated , school formerly. Chris Gelhaus who recently returned home from St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, where he underwent an operation; Is Improving, which his many friends will be glad to hear. Mrs. Jack Lynch Is staying at King Cole Hotel, Minneapolis and taking treatments at the Elite hospital. At this time she is getting along as well as .can be expected. Her many friends hope for her early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dillon of Blue Earth stopped at the Alvin Dillon home here Tuesday evening on their way to Mallard, where they were called toy the serious illness of their sister, Mrs Elmer Joliffe, better known a here as Helen Dillon. BANCROFT SAILOR ILLINOIS, GIRL Donald iGodfredaon, U. S. N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Godfredson of Bancroft and Miss Peggy Lan- dls of Waukegan, 111., were Married September 5. The couple will live in Waukegan; while Donald Is nt the Great Lakes Naval Training base. Donald was graduated from the Bancroft public school. He was well know|n iby his .base!ball pitch- Ing ability. Before her marriage the bride worked In the communications office at the naval base. Joseph Murray left recently to a^tenld! St. Thomas (}ollege this year. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson have named their new daughter Karla Marie. Charles Welp left last week to attend St. Thomas Military schoo In St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske are the parents of a daughter born on Monday evening. lEstelle Blsbecker and Isabel Ka dow left last Tuesday for Maryland to visit Pvt. Fred Kadow. .Donald Murray and Art Devln left Monday for Ames where they will atteiid school this year. Thomas Devine, Donald and Harold MoNerney left last week for Iowa City to attend school this year. The .banns of marriage were pub- Ished for the first time Sunday between Joseph Sanders and Kathleen Smith. (Mrs. Mary Schumacher and Eli- abeth Cogley took their stabs board examination In nursing it Des tfolnes.last week. Mr. and Mrs. Math Kramer took their daughter, Katharine to Sioux Cfty where she will take nurses' training at St. Vincent's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Keniredy took their two daughters, Maxine and Bernlce, ,to Ames Tuesday, where they will attend school. Maxine will be a freshman and Bernlce a sophomore. Swea M. E. Young People Hold Steak Fry on Church Lawn Swea City: The young people of the M. E. church held a steak fry on thec hurch lawn Wednesday evening for the school faculty. Coffee -Was made, corn was roastod, and the steak was fried on the out- of-door fireplace back of the church. Quiz games were played. you CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . . Easy Monthly Payments SPECIAL PLAN FOB FARMERS L S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona. j FARM i for SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN NOW In order to settle estate this land must be sold. A short quarter-section of land two miles north and one mile east of Lone Bock; good improvements and good soil—well drained, on gravel road. This land was appraised last year for inheritance ta* purposes at $185.00 an acre. This short quarter contains 148 ncres and can be bought if deal consummated at once for $115.00 an acre. For this buy see HOUGH & HUTCHISON Algona, Iowa or call 251 immediately. Arthur Pryor of Ely, Minn., a brother of Mrs. Wm. Poppe arrived here Wednesday and together with Mr. a]d Mrs. Poppe they left for Marshalltown to attend the funeral of Grandma Pryor which was conducted at Marshalltown Friday afternoon. /The rural letter carriers and the Ladles' Auxiliary of the 8th district met at Webster City Saturday for a picnic and business meeeting. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended. The state and national convention were postponed because of the necessity of conserving tires, but will again be held after the war. FOOTBALL FIRST HOME GAME Friday, Sept. 25•-8 p.m. AlgonaHighSchool - V 8 Lake Mills Season Tickets— , > Adult, $1^00 plus tax lOc —-^-$1.10 Students, 54c plus tax, 6e —60c Single Admission— Adiilts, 36c plus tax 4c —1 40c JuniorHSenior high, 27c plus tax 3c 30c Children below 7th graide '_ 10c ltf/i»+l^l/~+**Hp****ll/ f **''*Al t We Have It A nJce ^tbck of No.l Fir Diw«iwion Pine Boards, y&e Cfar m$toe, tine Booring, Sliingles, Bwfebwoid ! Olay itoofci, Oi- ^'Wi«toi ! » >9tote Is4ee4— wt have »Q Moore & Moore Inc. TITONKA WOMEN GET CERTIFICATES FOR HOMENURSING /Titonka: Tuesday evening a spec' ial Red Cross program was held at the Methodist church for the 46 women of the community who had completed the home nursing course and were presented .certificates, The classes were taught by Mrs Ann Hamstreet and Mrs. Estelle I Blanchard, registered nurses. The program arranged toy Mrs. Carl F Callies and Mrs. Howard French; consisted of two musical selections, one toy Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, "Cocn- rades In Arms" and the other was a mixed quartette of high school students accompanied toy Rosslyn Hough, music teacher of the high school faculty. Supt. M. F. Cheever gave a .patriotic talk followed by a talk by Mrs. Hamstreet. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe presented the certificates to the class in behalf of the Red Cross. 'A Victory lunch was served Ire the church parlors at the close of the program. Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Millie Marion and Kenneth Krantz were •Mason City shoppers Saturday. Pauline ^damson left Sunday foi Albert Leai where she will be em ployed In the packing plant. Mr. and Mrs, Senus Isebrand and daughter, Delores, transacted busl ness at Algona Wednesday after noon, . .-•• Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop Mrs. Lermond Intermll and Mrs Ben U, Meyer were Mason Cltj shoppers Thursday. Howard- Nelson and Juanita Schaffner of Mason City were Frl day afternoon and evening guest at the Guy Barton home. Mrs, Ubbe Boekelman, Mrs. Job Mrs, Henry Plalsier transacted bus Mrs. Henry Plalser trancated bus iness at Mason City Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Frlest o Thompson called on their children the Harold Millers. F, G. Elliotts Marshall Frtests and Mrs. Hermtt Tapper Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U, Meyer an Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Henr> Plalsier left Friday afternoon fo Spirit Lake where they will spem the week end fishing. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne o Algona were guests at the Lee O WoKe bpme Sunday. They wen to church with them in the morn ing and spent the rest of the da visiting- ' The freshmen initiation ww held Friday at the school and i the evenng the facility and scboo irtmtentsi including the frwhma had a skating party ftt Miller 1 .(Maxine Tryon entertained 13 gl friends Friday evening at » pipit luncheon on her Mtt» *lrH»da Honken home Friday evening. Mrs. tfanwlller teachers at Alden and ''orrest is training at the Great Lakes naval station, but is having a furlough right now. Later in he evening Mr. and Mrs Robert Lang called at the Honkens. 'Mrs. Jerry Schutjer entertained five couples at bridge Friday ev-e ning in honor of her husband's birthday which was that day. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sathoff, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold Gartner. Lunch was served 'by the lostess. / Mrs. James McColly and daughter, Lavonne were surprised Thursday evening on their birthdays. The guests were Mrs. Mary Michaelson, «r. and Mrs. Nell Michaelson and ba'by, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and family. Both received gifts,In remembrance of the day and ice cream and cake were served after a social evening. Three couples helped Mrs. Dick B. Meyer celebrate her birthday on Thursday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs Senus Ise- band and Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer. Five hunslred was the pastime, Ben U. Meyer and Mrs. John Rippentrop winning honors. Lunch waY served by the hostess. The guests presented Mrs. Meyer with a gift in remembrance of the eve-| ning. ' TITONKA CLASS OFFICERS FOR YEAR SELECTED iTtonka: The high school pupils have elected class officers for the year as follows: seniors—'Deloris Peterson, president; Donna Ward, vice president; Gladys Ann Smith, secretary and Lavlna Jandl, treasurer. Juniors—president, Phyllis Falk; vice president, Harry Hansen; secretary, Beverly Adamsort and treasurer, Marian Krantz. , Sophomores -Leola Kromminga. president; Evelyn Beenken, vice president and Deloris Welhousen, secretary-treasurer. freshmen- Wallace Johnston, president; Lois Schram, vice president and Jackie Sunderman, secretary-treasurer, LOTB CREEK BARN BURNS TO GROUND THURSDAY NIGHT 8he opened the many lovely gifts, which, were received- Mrs. Conrad Schmidt en*ertf4Bi e4 tbe birthday club of be? neifft.- horbood Wednesday with «U M members present, Airs. 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