The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1942 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 6, 1942
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The Algont t?pj()«r DM HoliiM. Ajgam, low*, FENTON PASTOR AND WIFE GIVEN 'Fenton: The Homebullders class Tionored Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman at a seven o'clock fried chlc- •ken dinner on Tuesday evening In the church parlors. Following the •dinner, various games were played. The Watermans, who move to their new charge at Stratford In the Ft. Dodge district, have been here five years. They were presented w'*th a table lamp from the class. ty were present. Six- ,The Rev. Waterman's successor Is Rev. F. C. Preul from the Soners-Callenda* charge !ln the Ft. Dodge district. Mrs. J. G. Waterman was honored at a farewell Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Weisbrod by the Hook and Needle sewing club. She was presented with a gift of remembrance Ten members were present. Mrs. J. G. Waterman was honored at a farewell Wednesday nighl at the home of Mrs. J. A. G. Smith by the members of the Woman's -club. Seventeen members were ir attendance. Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Mrs. F. P. Newel had charge of the games. The honoree was presented with a remembrance. Lunch •was served. W. S. C. a HOLDS MEET IN CHURCH PARLORS The W- S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors Mrs. R. F. Laabs led the devotions which dealt "One Great Fellowship of Love." The lesson theme was "Christian Living o: Women in South America". A play let, "Sipping Coffee by Women ii South America^, was! presentet with Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod in charge. Mrs. J. G. Waterman was presented a gift by the society and Mrs, Tena Newel was presented a pin. A letter from Mariam John of India was read and it was decided to re-adopt her. Guests were the •Mesdames Lloyd Kern, Roy Tletz, Joe McGoern and E. Holland. The hostesses were Mesdames Stewart Whitmore, Will Volgt, Derwood Kern, W. J- Weisbrod, Roy Chris- chMles and Don Weisbrod. Mrs. Howard Long, Algona, spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Laage. Wilfred Reimers, Des Moines, was a vis.'tor Thursday at the H. E. Reimers home. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice of Fort Dodge called on friends here Thursday. (Herbert Warner of Baraboo, Wis., Is visiting relatives here. He arrived here Thursday. Mrs. Egbert Helland, Ordean Kab rick and Sharen Lee Kabrlck after which Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kab- i-ick, Mrs. E. Helland and Ordean Kabrlck were received 'Irtto the church. Later In the evening a delicious lunch was served !-n the Helland home. UNION NEWS The Unfon Mothers and Daughters club meeting which was to have been held with Irma Harvey th'is coming Thursday, Oct. 8th, has been postponed one week. Mrs. Harvey met with a slight accident, a hrose stepping on her foot, a horse stepping on her foot. She She A targe number of young folks from Union attended the wedding dance given at the Cresco Community hall by Mr; and Mrs. Wm. Tjaden who were married Oct. 1, at the Episcopal church in Algona. William is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden. He is on the draft list and plans are indefinite. Shirley Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey, accompanied her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke of Burt to Des Moines last Saturday to take in Ringllng Bros, circus showing there. We understand all the animals which were destroyed recently have been replaced. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dundas of Burt went along and Mr. Dundas did the driving. SWEA CITY WOMAN REACHES SOTH ANNIVERSARY Swea City: Mrs. C. M. Chrlstensan reached her 80th milestone Monday, Sept. 28th. The event was observed by a family party at the M. E. church basement on the Sunday preceding. Present were the Otto Jensens of Lone Rock, the H. E. Jensens of Algona, the Forest Chris- tensens of Wesley, the Fred Jensens of Bancroft, the Henry McGregors of Armstrong and the Wm. Chris- tensens of Swea Ctty. Mrs. Chns- tehsen was given <a sum of money as a gift. On Monday she was honor guest at her home at a coffee party, with Mrs. Wm. Christensen hostess. Twelve guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen have 47 grandchMdren and 28 great- grandchildren. . Mrs. Fred Infelt visited relatives in Wtadom, Minn., last week. John Alberts is 'building an addition to his barn on 'his farm east of town. The local American Legion Aux- BURRELL LEASE. WESLEY, HEADS FRESHMAN CLASS Wesley: Burrell Lease has been elected president of the freshman class of the public school at a recent meeting. Gerald Llcktelg was elected vice president; Gayle Brabee, secretary; Jack Hanserr, treasurer and Marjorie Gouge, reporter Mr. Hogan Is their sponsor. Thursday eveni-ng they held a "Three In One" party which consisted of a basketball game, a wiener roast and a scavenger hunt PROCEEDS FROM OLDTIMER BALL GAME TO REfi CROSS The sum of $7.55 was turned over to Mrs. J. M. Kunz, treasurer of the local Red Cross, by Oliver Young manager of the Wesley basebal team. This amount was the proceeds from the Oldtimers ball game played several weeks ago. (Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Vitzthum was 16 years old Friday, Oct. 2nd. The W. S. C.' S. will have its annual bazaar and supper Wednesday, October 14th. Mrs. John Hauptman came home from the Mercy hospital in Mason City over the week end. >LeRoy Beebe of Renwick vis'te( at Ms parental Gteorge WerWng home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman ob served their 31st wedding aimiver sary Saturday, October 3rd. Fred Van Patten spent severe days last week in Fort Dodge vis iting a brother and his family. The John Uhenlhake family i> Whlttemore were Sunday dinne guests last week at the R. C. Bau er home. Theresa Lorenz was 14 years oil Wednesday, Sept. 30th. She is th< youngest daughter of Mr. and Mr," Julius Lorenz. Richard Youngwlrth, who called to the servf-ce in the armj failed to pass the examination at De Moines Wednesday. Mrs. Jim Silbaugh, Mrs. Ed Hild man and Mrs. Bob Kairr of Sextoi enjoyed several hours of fishing a Lost Island Thursday. Mrs. Guy Dimond entertained th Priscilla Phoebe society Wednes day afternoon, Mrs. Henry Swan son was assistant hostess. Mrs. A. M. Lease will entertai the Study club Thursday. Mrs. ^ L. Haverly will be hostess to he bridge club the same day. Miss Bernadine Johnson, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An hony Johnson observed her l*th birthday Saturday, Oct. Bra. Mrs. *Mft tforbuf get entftjed the Mercy Hospital In MaaoH City ort Wednesday and c-n Friday morn* tvg submitted to a major epefca- tlon. The local Red dross group wilt meet with Mrs. Julius Kunz <m Tuesday, October 13th. Mrs. Vee Mullen and Mrs. Vincent Klelnpeter will be assistant hostesses- Veatl Benskln began working in the post office Thursday. He had been employed In Minnesota during the past few mnoths. Mrs. Ihno 3erdes is postmaster. (The W. S. C. will meet Wednes iere rnursaay. me luum—" —o— -Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and iliary Is outfitting a boy for school Mrs. Paul Cornelius spent Wednes- this fall. day in Des Moines. Mrs. Norman Pfister and infant daughter returned home Tuesday from the hospital in Emmetsburg. The Dorcas sewing club met with Mrs. Arthur Mueller Tuesday afternoon. Mesdames Charles Glaus, Earl Dean and Lloyd Kern were the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer and family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert of Whittemore were Tuesday evening visitors at the Ben Luedtke home. H. W. Schulte returned Wednesday from Gaylord, Minn., where he had gone Friday. Mrs. George Formhals, Mrs. Schulte's mother, accompanied him home for a visit. Mrs. Mclvin Mansager and her daughter, Delores, returned home Tuesday from Iowa Falls and Waterloo. They went on Sunday to tjowa Falls and visited with Mrs. Mtissager's sister, Mrs. Clyde Brooks and .'family until Monday at which : time they went to Waterloo. . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt are — parents of their first child, a six • pound girl, Katherine Mable, born " W.e<lnt?,sl1ay night at the Kossuth TJ>« :^w arrival is the first day, Oct. 7th, with Page, Mrs. George Mrs. Maurice ™ 6C =. „-, Aldrl-ch Mrs. Wallace Benton and Mrs. Al Wagner as hostesses. Mrs. Ernest Hutchison will lead the devotions and Mrs. John Puffer will have the lesson. ' Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained her dessert club Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Clarence Ward and Mrs. Emil Wester were guests. Mrs. Ward won high score prize, Mrs. Julius Kunz low score prize. Mrs. Kunz will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Oct. 15th. (Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer entertained her bridge club Thursday af ternoon. Mrs. F*rank Blelch and Miss Hilda Goetz were guests. Mrs. Arlo Dawson won high score prize. Mrs. R. C. Bauer, low score prize,, Mrs Tom McMahon will be hostess to the club Thursday, October 15th. Mrs. Lawrence Smith entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Jane Eisenbacher was a guest. Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher won high score prize and Mrs. Joe Studer won travel and low score prizes. Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher will be hostess to the dub on Thursday, October 16th. fThe C. D. of A. held Its regular meeting in the parish hall Wednesday night. Plans were discussed for an Initiation of new members to be held some time th'« month. A special meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, Oct. 7th. Fol- lo>wlng the business meeting competitive games were played and a lunch was served. H. A. Minear of Osage To Titonka Hatchery fTitonka: H. A. Minear of Osage is the successor to Wm. Ryan as manager of the Hamilton Hatchery and Produce at Titonka. The Wm. Ryan family moved Wednesday to Boone, where they wMl operate u farm. Mr. and Mrs. Minear have four children and have been employed at the Cedar Valley Produce Co. at Osage. They moved into the house vacated'by the Ryans. BEETS IN BAR VEST IN KOSSUTH 1942 (Lakota:, The annual sugar beet harvest has been progressing nicely the past week since the weather Is more favorable after the snow and 'low temperatures. The total acreage of beets this yeaj is about 760 acres which is about loo acres less than last year but the beets are a better crop this year. Ray Meyer is welghmaster at the dump and others employed there are' John Ukena, William Meyer, Ma,r tin Becker and Virgil Werlck. Hoi- comb & Wallentlne have 47% acres this year, Charles Gutkrtecht 40 and Gust Koppen 38 acres. Mrs. L. J, Needham has been seriously 111 at her home' here but is somewhat improved at this time A son was born to Dr. and Mrs W. P. Pelz early Monday morning at the Buffalo Center hospital. Thlr is their first child. Mrs. William Aalderks returned home recently from a visit with her daughter and family, the"Alwln Hu- enholds at Algona. Mrs. Ma Smith was hostess to the bridge club last week Tuesday evening and Betty Ley, bride-to- be, was an- honor guest and was presented with a lovely gift from the club. ' Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Ubben of La kota and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ubben Titonka, recently attended the funeral of an old schoolmate, John Harken, at Austlnvllle, Butler coun ty, loWa. The Rev. and Mrs. N., F. Grote came home from conference las week Monday and we are sorry to learn they have been transferred to Armstrong and Lakota-Ledyard charge is still to be supplied. Th Rev. Buthman of Algona had charg of services Sunday. Seventeen men: attended the Com merclal club dinner at the town hall Thursday evening. Dr. W. P Pelz and Dr. C. L. Hall were guests of the club- The Rev. N. F. Grot who has, been a member the pas three years, attended as his las meeting before moving to Arm strong. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and son, Byron were last wee Tuesday dinner guests of the J. H Warburtons. The son, Byron,\ha been visfi'ng his grandparents nea Klemme while his parents attende the Northwest Iowa conference a Storm iLake and they were all o their way home to Terrill. Mesdames Harry Mussman an „„...„.. at the H«m« of Mri. ttftil* man latt WtteR WWn**diy ivBnlnll At A pf e-nttpllal mWeellAneoUS ih6W t honoHfig Betty/ Ley *fo»jtlll be married Ofltdber 18th to Edward tackels 6t F4ft Mftdlson, Iowa. Games and a guessing contest fur* nlshed entertairtment, Betty then opened her Idvely gifts and was assisted by Mrs. W. D. Ley. A dell- clous lunch wa« Served. The Lutheran- church eoflgrega* ion gave a 'farewell party far the janghol* family last Week Wed* nesday evening at the church, Visit cliarf e of th* , UUiWMfe. RdSett, tt.itt Wartbutt ftoland wjii Miuto to there. TluJ ttflv. «{ away .recently and ister will sten be Dialled ton, Mrs. tAnghola was presented with a gift of money. \ Ads—tt Rum mage Sale Woman's! Socdefcy of Christian 'Saturtlay, October 10th -. at Kent's Oarage 'M you h*ve anything you wish to donate cfttt 9&MV fit 788 Advertisements . '/<;• ,» - ; 4 * .1 W.B.QUABTON -r*.".-:^ ATTOBMBye A? LAW Otiee in Sawyer Building > Office Phoh&JW ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-163$) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, low* E, J. Van Nesd Allen A. Brunsoil VAN NISSS * BtttmSOX ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Tractors INSURED AT ACTUAL VALUE (not for a specified amount) INSURED ANYWHERE—ANY TIME , (not limited to your own farm) INSURED FOR ANY KIND OF WORK (custom work not excluded) INSURANCE COVERS FIRE AND THEFT OF ALL PARTS Cornpickers ' and other machinery included. Cost is low ($1.50 semi-annually on small tractors). L S. BOHANNON I Oyer S. & L. Dept. Store, Phone 103 Oaylord D. Shumway Bdw. D. Kelly • SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTOKNEnra AT LAW Office In Huftchlson Bldg., PhOn* 88 ALGONA, IOWA | LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Off ire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WXNKBL ATTORNEY AT LAW (OoUnty Attorney) Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. X. KENKnCK, M. D. PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 320 "grandchild of the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt of Algona Emil Dreyer of Charles City came Tuesday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer to Egarr, S. D., Wednesday morn.'ng to attend fun- erail services thdt afternoon for Virgil Heyer, 6 years old, who was fatally injured while walking along the highway with a group of other youngsters. The youngsters father is a cousin of the Dreyers. The group returned home Thursday eve- jjjnjj wttitci A-JM*»" — E Mr and Mrs. Fred Butterfleld and Geo Butterfield, Sr., drove to Clarion the first of last week. The Rev D. E. Collins of Gran ada :s holding meetings this week at the Swea City gospel tabernacle. The Rev. E. F. Broberg was returned to this field by the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference last week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kockler returned last Tuesday from a trip to the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson of LeMars visited relatives and friends here recently. Ernest is county engineer at LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Odegaard and son of Ceylon were guests Sunday at the Sam Rystad home. Mrs. Odegaard and Mrs. Rystad are sisters. Two new flags have been presented to the Baptist church recently. The United States flag was given by the Ladies' Guild and the Christian flag by the Sunday School. Mrs. Wilfred Grey and her son, Eldon- and Miss Doris Grey of Hfit- tinger, N. D., visited last week at the Selmer Kvanvig home. Mrs. Grey is a sister of Mr. Kvanvig. The Ladies' Guild will hold its annual guest day Friday afternoon, Oct 9. Committees in charge ure Mrs. Ray S^perbeck, Mrs. Ervin Link and Mrs. John Jongberg, arrangements and Mrs. S. A. Anderson and Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, program. The Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the church basement. The hostesses are Mesdames Fred Johnson, Fred Seylar Mrs. E. L. Hansen, Martin Gabel, Walter Lunrr and A. H. Schuler. De' - - Mrs. Fred STATEMENT OF THE CONmi'luiN ur Security State Bank TSSffSSXr^Sr-XStA SWJlSfffWJ Loans and Discounts ........... ......... »•• ............................ United States Bonds and Securities ....... •-••••-•"" Bonds and Securities (exclusive of items 2 and 3) Overdrafts ....................................... •• ............................... Stock of Federal Reserve Bank ............................ t1Rn <v>m Banking House .............................................................. 203000 Furniture and Fixtures ............................ •••• ......... ••• AOOU-W Due from banks and bankers, cash and casn items ......... ~ ............................................................... $401,760.03 37,600.00 2,014.00 fetal Resource, Capital Stock-^Common, $50,000.00 Total ............ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund ..................... - ....................................... 18,500.00 Undivided profits (after deducting expenses) .. Deposit due to banks and bankers on demand.. ..$ 63,133.93 Individual deposits subject to check ....... ™ ...... .... 804,062.31 .Savings deposits .... .................. - .............. - ................. 17,594.62 Demand certificates,, certified checks, cashier's checks a«d unpaid dividends ................... -•• • 240.26 $955,589.86 68.SOO.OO 2,008.74 885,031.12 C. H. CREnSMEYER, BL. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MiaUVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Rea. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATfiS DR. SHERMAN METER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention jflven to non-surgical treatment of rectal dlaensea, varicose veins and rupture DR. HABOLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention give to diseases of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 Bast State St Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bl<?g. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. BCHAAP 'DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 . Algona, Iowa t A. J. EASON, Dentist ' Office over James'Drug Store Phone Office 59 ' Residence 8S9 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res., Phone 11« EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4%%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. THEY'VE PASSED THEIR 'PHYSICAL'-TOO America's feathered and four-legged armies are very much on their toes these days. Yeast vitamins used in fortifying animal feeds have done wonders in recent years to better the quality anoV propagation of livestock and poultry. Did you know that the Home of Budweiser is America's biggest single source of these vitamins? Year after year, we have striven with research and resources to better the methods and facilities for brewing Budweiser. To do this, a laboratory specializing in ferment- ology and nutrition was necessary. Discoveries made in the laboratory and in the plant have led to the development of products contributing to human necessity and progress. Some of these products would appear to have only » remote relationship to brewing, yet, they are the result of scientific research into many allied fields. Endless research in making the world's leading beer has led to other products Typewriter Paper 500 shoots 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines $955,539.88 Total Inabilities ............. - ....................... - ..... .......... State of Iowa, Kossuth County: We C. B. Murtagh, Pres.; Frank Kohlhaas, Vice-^Pres.: E. A. Schem«I, Cashier of the above-named bank, do hereby certify that the above .statement is true to the best of our knowledge and toelleif. C. B. MURTAOHH, Pres. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Vice-Pres. •{SEAL) B. A. SCHEMBL. Cashier Sworn to and subscribed in my presence by C. B. Murtagh, Frank ' 1 *" ** ' Public. BY DIRECTORS— A.L.RIST H. M. HAUBERG T. C. HUTCHISON E. J. HOUGH D. C. HUTCSHJBON at a BOURNE J- W. HAGGARD QATLOWD D. 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This division is now working aU'OUt on glider wing and fuselage assemblies for puy Armed Forces. * DIESEL ENGINES—Adolphus Busch, founder of Anheuser-Busch', acquired the first rights to manufacture this revolutionary engine In America and thus started our great dustry on Its way, tsetf § A I N T LONG EVENINGS •FOR- • Good eyes »nd good gi«Me* U they •re needed-^md pleasure to your precious reading Make sure your eye» are EYES EXAMINED _ _ FITTED Over Dro» I -Q U I PVEUTHIW FOR VICTORY NWS'STMff* Rud Tlu Want AdoJ Jt HUM. ' *MMt fjm *PW»t ^SBprfj Vj^pnl -s • ^ A ' "., t 1 , , >, , Y. r7, 3" \ Iff il If. ,

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