The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 6, 1942
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The Algona Upj>er Dea Itoifi ^ REPAIRING RURAL TELEPHONE TO IRYINGTON Trvlngton: Extensive repair work IB being done OR rural telephone line No. 14 and 17 with Ralph Lage and Sim Leigh taking charge of the work and other shareholders help- !tig. New poles have been set and • new wire will replace the old. It was hoped these lines might be divided and made into three lines, however, owing to the shortage of material It hardly seemd advisable to promote such an extensive enterprise at this t?me. These lines follow the timber road from Algona to Irvington and also extend south and east. M. L. Roney Is president and Ralph Lage, secretary- treasurer, "both lines being Incorporated under one heading. Mrs. Albert Le?,gh and young daughter, Nancy Carol, returned to their home from the Kossuth hospital last Saturday- Last Sunday communion was observed at the imorning worship ser- v.'<:e in conjunction with Worldwide Communion Day. Miss Ruth Leigh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, was an over Sunday visitor with her parents. Ruth is employed with a life "nsurance firm at Des Molnes. The ladles of the local Presbyterian church are serving one of their popular chicken suppers to the general public on Wednesday evening to which everyone is invited. Calvin Wadletgh o? Ames, Louts Wadleigh of Cedar Falls and So Oelgel of Iowa City, spent the wee end from the.'r school activities Wit their parents, the Joe Wadlelgh and Fred Gelgels. The labor-saving meeting held o last Wednesday even.'.ng at the Web er school and conducted by A. T Brown, was very well attendee This project is being sponsored b the department of agriculture an presented through the farm bureau Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel enter tained at dinner Sunday honorln the 18th birthday of their son, Rob ert. Guests were Geo. Hackman Sr., Mrs. W. F. Mull'.ca and Mr. an Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton. Bo returned to Iowa City Sunday after noon with some student friend from Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemkee wer host and hostess to the Fellowsh'.; club of the Algona Presbyteriai church last Wednesday evening. Ab out 30 were present with Mr. am Mrs. Paul Lindholm assisting. Tin program consisted of a discussion of current events. Late In the eve ning lunch was served. The regula October meeting will >be held with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow north east of Sexton. (Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemkee re celved a telegram last week Wed nesday from their daughter, Betty stating that she had completed her course of school of 12 weeks a Omaha and had been given a post tion with the Missouri Pacfic railroad and was stationed at Wayne Ark. Wayne ! s in eastern Arkansas about 40 miles west of Memphis Tenn. While In school Betty learned the Morse code and also had some instruction in teletyping. * ATTENTION! Car Owners Now is the time to have your car checked for repairs while parts tare available. Winterize Your Car Now We Have Winter Oils and Grease Zerex and Zerone Anti-Freeze Hoenk Motor Service West of Courthouse Algona, Iowa Uncle Sam Wants Careful Buying Choose clothes that will give service and last the duration. Save materials for the armed forces. Tailor made clothes are the answer. They assure you the finest materials, workmanship and fit. We have sold International Made - to - Measure clothes for years and guarantee every suit. See us t< •<- dav. ** $30 up Madson & Hanson Tuesday, Oct. (i—Lust Chance "EAGLE SQUADRON" Wednesday-Thursday, October 7-8 Bargain matinee Wednesday 10-25c. Use calendar coupon Wed. •^•••^-^Ki^HBHB^lHMMHMIMMH^M Added "Mr. Blabbermouth" Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9-10 Double Feature Three Way Second Feature Leo Carillo Dick Foran in "DANGER IN THE PACIFIO" Fun for the FamMy Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, Oct. 11-12-13 John Payne qjnd Betty Grable in FOOBLIGHT SERENADE" Saturday^ Ooiober 10—10 o'clock In the morning School Kid* Scrap Drive for VW»cr flbaw? Kiadtos, wllect yw &w»p now, Five of »c«p ft^nift you to the show FREE, WEBSTER crrv HI TAKES LOCALS TO 25-6 WIN FRIDAY The Algoi'ft high school footba team gave ti\r» strong .Webster Clt team a real aattle last Friday a Webster Clt/. Webster City too advantage of four mistakes mad by the grei-n Algona team an made four U v.h-downs'to one ,fo Algona. iTie ilrial score was 25-6 Tho number o '. first downs and th yardage gains \ 'fre almost the sami This Friday /Ijona will meet th Eagle Grove tram on the horn field. This will oe Algona's secon conference game, Dr. Andrews to Meet At Kansas City Oct. 10 Dr. W. D. Andrews, city, will at tend the 15th annual convention o the American College of Osteopath! Surgeons, at Kansas City, Octobe 10 to 19th. Public health prob lems of war-time will have a proml nent part in the discussion at thi convention. Dr. Andrews is one o the speakers on the program. ST. JOE NEWS Mrs. John Berte and sons, Edward and Ernst, spent last wer end with relatives at Dell Rapids S. D. Henry Berte and son, Henry, oi Denver, Colo., visited here with Mr 3erte's mother, Mrs. Susan Berte and with other relatives and friends, Peter Kayser and son, Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and Mrs, Alfred Redi-ng spent the week end at the Kasper Kayser home in Waseca, Minn. George Becker, Jr., of Great Lakes Naval Training school, spent the past week here visiting with his mother, Mrs. George Becker and 'ther relatives. Joe Berendes and Richard Marso eft Monday from Humboldt for an nduction center where they will ake their exam and possibly be ?in- ucted in the United States army. Richard Thul returned home on unclay from a two weeks' visit with elatives at St. Marys, Snskatche- van, Canada, and at Mapleton, N. D., where he visited Joe Lentsch, vho is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann are iarents of a girl born at the Kosuth hospital at Algona Sept. 24th. Tie infant was named Judy Aim iunday being baptized by Father Jeorge Theobold. Sponsors were 'helma Bormann and Clarence. Mr. and Mrs. Herman E- Plathe vent to Minneapolis Saturday to et their son, Milford, who is at- ending an aircraft school. He re- urned home with the mon Satur- ay and went back to Minneapolis Iunday to complete his course. iMr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch of Bode gave a dinner party Sunday vening honoring Misses Joyce Cirsch and Jean Becker, their aughter and n'-ece, respectively, on tieir birthdays. Among those pres- nt were Mr- and Mrs. Peter Beck- r, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, dr. and Mrs. Harold Thul, Mr. and Irs. Edward Bormann, Mr. and drs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Hernan Illg, and Misses Marilyn and .lice Bormann, Norma Becker, Milred Becker, Janice Kirsch and rlasters Allen and Moris Becker, Robert, Ronald and Roger Thul, Norman, Marlin and Gerald Kirsch, Norbert ThMges and the honored Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch. For Sale Used Hotwater Radiators Electric Fence Sets Quaker Oil Heaters Stove Pipes 20c Coal Pails 49c C. S. Johnson Hardware and Groceries Trouble Begins Back in the GAS TANK A good percentage of all motor ailments can be traced to your gas tank. W you've been burning Jow- qualjty gas, it's no wonder you're not getting top performance. Why not try a tank full of We appreciate your business. JOHNSON'S D-X SERVICE Doris Oonrlch Is Marticd— I Bill Bum* rrhe Methodist church at iLu-| LaVerlle Long entertained at Verne was the scene of a pretty wedding Sunday when Doris, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Gen rich of LuVerne, became the bride of Everett Steven, son of Mr. ant (Mrs. Harvey teven of Sexton. The altar of the church was decoratec with lighted candles and peach glad" lol.'> and banked 'with autumn leaves. Rev. Whitney performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, Was gowned In a white taffeta floor length dress w.'.th a finger tip veli and carried a bouquet /of yellow roses and white pom pom chryr themums. Jean Haller of Sioux City, a cousin of the bride, acted as bridesmaid. Her gown- was a blue silk taffeta and she carried an arm bouquet of yellow pom pom chysan- themums and peach gladioli. Karen Cameron, Beresford, South Dakota, ailso a cousin of the bride, was flower girl wearing a frock of yellow taffeta and carrying a basket of yellow carnations. The groom was attended by his brother, Wilbur Stevens, a naval aviation cadet of Jacksonville, Florida. Ushers were Roland Merriam of Corwtth and Leo [Clrschbaum of Sexton- Following .he ceremony a reception was held 'or 60 guests at the home of the >rlde's parents. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haller, Urs. L. F. Schumacher of S'oux 3ity, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Cameron of Beresford, South Dakota, Mr. an-d farewell party for Bill Burns Wed nesday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge after whicl a lunch was served. A gift wa g.'-ven to Bill from the group. Th6s present were Bill Burns, Dlcl Woodward, Doug Bfown, Jahu Hardgrove, Bill Holdreri, Bill Mawd sley, Dick Dale, Fritz Nellson, Da ryl Sandberg, Dick SkllHng, Su Norton, Jerinne Buthman, Meredit! Raney, Pat Lynch, >Pat Pollard, Hel en Johnson, Ruth Ellen Gorman Betty Jane LaBarre, June Ann Scanlan, and the hostess, LaVerll*> Long. Former Algjonan Honored—The following Item appeared In the Mason City Globe-Gazette las week. "Mrs. Flavin Drushella p: Clear Lake entertained at breakfast Sunday morning at the Green Mill English room complimenting Mrs. Harry Krogh. A farewell gift was presented to Mrs. Krogh who will leave th!a week for California with Mr- Krogh who will enlist In the navy there." Mrs. Krogh Is the former'Ruth MoKee and'a former Upper Des Molnes employee. Fraseq-Brandow Wedding— Eleanor Fraser, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Joe Fraser of Algona, became the bride of Ellsworth Brandow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow of Algona, Saturday, Sep- Mrs. Lloyd Steven and family of tember 26) a t Unionv.'.lle, Missouri. Mapleton, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgln of (Greenville, Iowa- Mr. and Mrs. Steven vill be at home at Sexton where he groom is farming with his father. Mrs. Steven has been employed at the Triple A office for the last year. largaret Morgan Becomes Bride— Margaret Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan of .Igona, and WMliam Tajden, son of itr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden of Burt were united i'n marriage Thursday vening at eight o'clock at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. The lev. Donald F. Haviland, pastor, erformed' the single ring cere- nony. Mrs. Glen Rarrey played uptial music during the ceremony. 'he bride was attired !-n a white affeta floor length dress with an ver skirt of net and a finger tip ell. She carried a bouquet of hite carnations. Her attendant, ,trs. Albert Peter of Stanhope, ore a floor length pink silk chif- on dress with blue trim and carried irrk carnations. Keith Moore was est man. Following the ceremony reception was held at the home f the bride's parents with 75 guests resent. Following a short wed- ing trip they will be at home near Jurt where they will farm .for the om:-ng year. Both attended the Ugpna-high school^.• . -.•.,,-• —::— .. - <<, - : \uxiliary to Meet— The American Legion Auxiliary ill meet on Monday, October 12, t 8 o'clock. This is membership ues month and a free dues wMl be iven, also defense stamps. Mrs. C. i. Strate, Garner, Past State Na- onal Defense chairman, will be on he program giving very interesting alks on "The Meaning of an Aux- iary Membership" and "Austrar a." Mrs. Dutton's division will be n charge. The wives and mothers f service men in Australia are cor- ially invited to attend this meet- ng to hear Mrs. Strate. The Des [oines and Kiroxville hospitals are adly in need of magazines such as ountry Gentlemain, Look, Life, Col- ers, etc. Everyone having mag- zines are asked to bring them to his meeting. Ved in Missouri— Marilyn Norman of Des Moines, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gorman- of Algona, became the ride of William E. Stewart of Des /loines, son of Mrs. Helen Moore of Detroit, Saturday, October 3, at lethany, Missouri. Rev. H. Bloom- eld performed the single ring ceremony. They were attended by Dorthy Humphreys of Des Moines. 'he bride wore a navy blue dress vith black accessories and her at- endant wore a rose colored dress v.'-th black accessories. Mr. and Ara. Stewart will make their home t 1023 -25th street,' Des Moines, vhere both are employed. Mrs, Brandow will continue teaching In the Irvington township school and Mr. Brandow Is farming with his father. Both are graduates of the Algona high school. Mrs. Wlndcll En tor tains- Mrs. W. S. Windell entertained several ladies Wednesday afternoon at her home at a farewell party for Mrs. O. S. Lindsey. The afternoon was spent socially after whi-ch a lunch was served. Mrs. Llnd- sey left Friday for Spencer where she will make her home for the winter with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson are occupying her home. Board Meeting at Rolands— The W. S. C. S. Local Activities board will meet with Mrs. Glen Roland Thursday afternoon. The members of thi-s board are the chairmen and their assistants of the W. S. C. S. circle. Mrs. H. W. Thompson is the general chairman. Birthday Party at Park- John Michael Keneflck, son of Dr. and Mrs. John KenCfick, was ten years old Thursday and In honor of the occasion entertained 12 friends at a picnic supper at the Call park. John Michael .'« in the fifth grade at St. Cecelia's academy. Annual Dinner n|t Lodge— The officers of the Eastern Star will entertain at their annual dinner this evening (Tuesday) at the Masonic Temple for the past matrons and patrons of the lodge. The six o'clock dinner will be followed by a program. County Meeting at Burt— The County Federation of Womans' clubs will meet at the Burt Methodist church Tuesday, October 13 for an all day meeting. A good program has been arranged. Lunch will be served by the Burt Methodist ladies. Bridge at Cowan's— Mrs. Richard Cowan entertai-ned the members of her bridge club on Thursday evening at her home. Defense stamp prizes were won by Mrs. Carl Hasse and Mrs. Chet DeSart. Couple Club at Kirks— (Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk entertained the members of the Couple club Thursday evening at their home. Three tables of bridge were in play- No prizes are given until the end of the year. Woman's Club Friday— The Algona Woman's club will meet Friday afternoon at the )'- brary at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. David Martin will speak on Canada, Ralph Richards was a Thursday visitor at Clarion. (Mrs. Helen Shipley, Doris and Ruth were visitors In Bode Thursday. . Mrs. Morgan Hogan left this week 'or Rochester where she will receive treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth and 'amlly were visitors In Humboldt Phursday night. Chester Alme and Henry Lovig ttended a retailers meeting at Hum- loldt Monday night. Herman Kramer and Lillian at- ended the annual farm bureau meeting in Humboldt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lov.'-g and ions were Thursday night supper iuests at the Henry Lovig home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zlnnel, Mra. Roy Telford, Mrs. Irwln Movick were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Starin were Sunday di-nner guests at the home >f Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson at itoron Lake. (Mrs. Herman Lambert, Jr., of Madrid and Linda Kay were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors wilh Jacobson. ' Vm. Stamers, Fenton, iave 50th Annivers'ry Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stam- •r celebrated their golden wedding inniversary Wednesday. Services vcre held at the church at 5:30 fol- owed by a 6:30 dinner served to 46 relatives and friends. Twelve guests were seated at the honored louple's table. A two-tier wedding iake formed the centerpiece. The •einalnder of the guests were seated at card tables decorated with lutumn flowers. There were bouquets of golden colored chrysan- hemums, and the entire housa was decorated in keeping with the oc- asion. During the dinner a toast was given by the Rev, R. W. Kab- 'litz, and a number of other toasts ivere given by the guests. The couple received many love- y gifts and cards of congratulations. iunch was served at 11 o'clock. Out of town guests were Clarence fager and Helen Kern of' Des itoines and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and Jimmy of Whittemore. meeting was held Monday evening with Rev. C. S. Whitehouse, president, in charge. The secretary's report was read by M'as Duda. The menu committee appointed consisted of Mrs. I. W. Nelson-, Mrs- Emil Kraft and Mrs. Jack Quinn; program committee—Mrs. Lloyd James Mrs. Arthur Priebe and Miss lone Lease. Rev. Whitehouse gave a very Interesting talk entitled "Parents and TeaChers," after which he conducted a quiz program. LONE ROCK NEWS lOSCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR MR§. GEO- KISSNER Mrs. Cg»rge Kissner, nee Lola tfarlow, «Fas honored at a miscel- aneoua shower jn the church par- ors Tuesday afternoon. About 80 attended^Hostesses were Misses Viola Bterle, Esther Hutchlnson Emily Ktesner, Mesdames Art Priebe, W. B. (yponnell, A. D. New^ brough, Henry Hartwell, H. J. Rie< Gerald Hutchison, Alice Bierlu,, Pave Lynch, Merwin Marlow. Lyie Marlpw, W. G. Fteig, A. A. tCrueg- er, Ralph Bierstedt, Brwm Wetzel, •Jarry Montgomrey, £3, M- Jensen, M. It. Cotton, Clifford Lawrence Newbrough, H. •hard and Pa«l Olson. ^Several from here attended the funeral of Wm. H. Kading at Letts Creek Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Good Hope, spent Friday night and Saturday at the Frank Flaig home. W. R. O'Donnel, Ervln Wetzel, Sibel Behrends, John Long anc\ Merwin Marlow left Tuesday on a fishing tri-p to northern Minnesota. Emergency Loans $25 to $300 Let us furnish the money for WDJTER OOAl, SUPPIY INSURANCE AND TAXES PAYMENT OF PAST-DWE BELLS MEDICAL, HOSPITAL and DENTAL SPECIAL four Comer Mew« •Mra. Russell Walker attended. A picnic Thursday aftferftobh at the park. Iris Lowman and Leatha Adams were week end visitors at 'the HV- erett Wttham home. (Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meyers oi Rlrrgsted were Friday callers at the Art Alexanders and Louis Lowmans, i . Harvey firoadweil and Mf. and Mrs. Roy Lee and daughters were Friday evening callers at the Mart Blmores. Lunch Was served. Mr, v and Mrs. R- O. JSlmore and family of BlUe Earth were Wed* nesday callers at Algona atid stopped at the Mart Elmores'for the afternoon. Ruth Ann Elniore was hurt Friday evening on the Way home from school and had two stitches taken In her arm. Her brother was driving the horse and In some way ran over a stick which rah into her arm. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore and family and Ed Schmidt were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laur.'tsoh of Dows. Wilfred was tranferred from the John Deere.' Company office In Algona to Dows. OTTOSEN NEWS «WWfe eamfi Monand wtth Mffc fiftrtR Kay o day to spend ,th«, aeniy , I friends and relatives. , A fried ohlfiken supper with tut the tflmmi-ngS Waif neld At the Presbyterian ohufch parlors Saturday evening. ' The proceeds are to be used to buy U, S. Wai? Bonds. Mrs. Chester Alwe and sh'.ttoy spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the J, M. Blanchard home In Lone Rock. Mr. Alme drove up after them Thursday evening, Mf. and Mrs, Merle Molt and family spent Thursday at corwlth. Mrs. Holt and children visited at the Harry Chambers home and Mi-. Holt attended the Mullfns Hybrid Seed Corn 'Field Day. Mra. Bllett Purdy, Mrs. Joe E. Durand arid .baby of Los Angeles, The LuthefaH Ladles Aid met at the chufch partoifs Wtfm^&&# aft- efrtbflft with Mr*. Ostfar'Oppedahl and Mtt. Srneat Bnoekfton as hoat- eSses. The meeting was conducted by Mffl. Percy Watfteni^ president. TMv. J. O. Wftttberg grave the scflp- ture reading and prayer. MfB. Merle Faulk sang a sold, PlanA were t&ade to JSeHd delegates 16 the convention to be held at Thor Oct. tth. Thu dface song was sung and the Lord's Prayer was repeated ait the c!6so of the hteetinjt. , , Mra. W. ft. O'Donnell and children, Mrs. Merwln Marlow and her children spent Wednesday At' the Fabef t>ugan home i ' A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Lutheran hurch parlors in honor of Mrs. Chas. Welter, a recent bride. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, M!rs.->AlfreaiS6huItz "and baby son f Lone Roek^WeVe Wednesday visors at the Chester Alme home. (Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vesterby, Mrs. Oma Gronseth left Monday for Ogjlvle,, Mn ; in., where they, will visit at the Mflton Dawson horrtp. Mrs. Ellen Pnrdy, Mrs. Joe E. 3urand and baby of Los Angeles. Calif, where Sunday night supper guests at the Roy Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Geo. Cooper and Ralph Cooper spent Tuesday and Wednes- lay i-n the southern part of Iowa n business- JONES PIANO HOUSE Forced Out of Business No More New Pianos until after the war.' Must Close Out Entire Stock New and Used Pianos. Priced for Quick Sale Special Terms 1-5 down, balance without interest if paid before Dec. 15. Other Terms arranged if desired. Come in now— while you can. 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