The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1942 · Page 3
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Th« Algona TTppef Dw MoinM r AlgoBA, IOWA, Oci 13,1042 ARCHIE WILSONS, 1MRMORE, HA VE GOLDEN WEDDING Llvermoi-e: M? .and MM. Archie Wilson celebrated their golden wed' d.'.ng at their home on Sunday, October 4. In the morning the entire family attended services at the Methodist church. A portion of the service was dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Hie Rev. Whitney presented them with a bouquet of yellow roses from the congregation. After the services a dinner was served at their home to about 35 relatives. IA11 of the children, except the oldest son of Wf«., were present. He called his parents and congratulated them. They are the parents of eight children, Mrs. Maude Foster of Sioux City, Mrs. Merle Gordon of- Oklahoma City; Mrs. Violet Montague of Sioux |0lty; Mrs. Viola Mathews of Omaha; Phil and Roy of Livermore and Lee of Hardy. An open house was held during the afternoon for friends to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. METHODIST PASTOR TO SIOUX CITY CHURCH (Rev. Whitney, pastor of the Llv- ermore<LuVerne Methodist church, resigned last Sunday morning. He accepted the call to the Riverside church in Sioux City* It is a $50,000 church and has 500 members. He left Thursday for Sioux City. Mrs. Ruth Button or Irvlngton visited last week with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Koppen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely of "Whittemore were guests Sunday at the Fred Pooch home. iBcsale Gunder of Emmetsburg Came Thursday to be hou«ek*pet at the Catholte parsonage. Mrs. Mjlldred Frederick entertained the newing club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Seger is caring for her father, Mr. Fortney In Mallard,, who underwent an operation. Mrs. Anna Pooch returned Sunday from Alden, Iowa,, where she spent a month visiting her sister and brothers. Her brother, Henry Smith, brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Blegger of Colorado visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Frank Blegger last week. Davee Biegger Will leave for the army the last of October. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the farm homo of Mrs. Hartly Mackintosh Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Bachman was in charge of the lesson. Delores Gronbach entertained a few friends at a lawn party and supper Wednesday evening. Those attending were Lois and Beverly Logue, Connie Lucas, Betty Conley, Betty Hughes, Charlene Baessler and Lydla Gr6h. The Walth'er League of the Lutheran church met at the home of Genevleve Bergum Tuesday evo- n!>ng. After the business meeting and lesson a social evening was spent. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. A group of friends and relatives of Orvllle Rlley came to his home Tuesday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening was spent in playing BOO at five tables. Mrs. John Robbing and •Vivian Riley won the prizes. A lunch brought by the guests was served. He was presented some fine .gifts. with Mrs. Rhoda Dunn, Mary and Charles visited Sunday at the Walter Rich home near Algona. Snow Suits for Young Fry Gay snow-suits for big sister and sturdy snow-suits for Jittie brother! They're all made to keep the apple of your eye warm on chilly days ... to withstand hard, lengthy wear — and just to assure you, we're put extra patches on the knees! , All snow - suits axe priced ai deflation' beating figure*. SKI PANTS Sold Separately Kresensky's RAY WENTWORTHS OFGRANTHAVE ANNIVERSARY Grants A large group of fri-em and relatives gathered at the Ra Wentworth home Sunday, Oct. celebrating 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wen worths' 26th wedding anniversary Those present Included Mr. an Mrs. E. W. Stewart and son, M and Mrs. Nets Swansoir, Mr. an Mrs. Harry Wentworth and daugi tcr, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Speiche Mr. and Mrs. John Lamping, M and Mrs. Jim Lamping an dfamlly and Mr. and Mra. U. J. Winter an family, all of Buffalo Center; Mi and Mrs. Sid Hantra and daughte of Worthlngton, Minn.; Mr. an Mrs. Glhner Ourebo and son, Mr and Mrs. Orlando Bye and sons o Br&elyn, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Myh rem Evensoit and daughter of For est City, Mr. and Mts. August Ner dig and sons of Rake, Mr. and Mrs Roy Berhow and family of Thomp son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lamping o Northwood, Iowa, Mrs. Elsie Swalv and family of Esthervllle, Mr. an( Mrs. John Sleper and daughter o Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. McGrego and family of Bancroft, Mr. an< Mrs. C. J. 'Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs O. J. Rippentrop and daughter o Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Went worth and daughters of Blue Earth and Mrs. Alvln Richardson and son Mrs. Otto Kelly visited Wednea day with her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn near Fenton. Mrs. Fitzgerald and family o Lf.me Springs, Iowa, spent the week end visiting at the Virgil Barret home. Mrs. Fitzgerald is Mr. Bar /ett's sister. Supt. Barrejtt took the senior class to Algona Wednesday wheri they had their pictures taken. Th- senior class consists of Arleni Boever, Clarence Rtehardson and Emerson Kelly. State School for Welding at West Bend West Bend: The state department of vocational education has authorized the creation of -another o: the welding schools at West Bend fo.r out of school youths. D. E Zaugg will teach the students welding in his shop as he has done on the four other schools that have been held this year. WEST BEND NEWS eeflficecKececeeeeBcecececeeKflceace From wKere I sit.. oe Marsh DONT ever argue wHk Gwndmm Buskins about American history unles* yon Mow what you're talk- Ing about. Bectose when Grandma states a fact, U really ta a fact, The other day we got to talking about George. Washington "- who besides being a great general, was a public surveyor, a successful farmer,' and a wise statesman, "And he made mighty good beer, too," »ay» Grandma. That waa new* to moat of m, "You can see bis private recipe for beer right to the New York Public Library," Grandma HQS- kins teUi us. *'Ij) his own writing, ^ And tbe» tb* »pen«4 up on how Washington MM! ttoee others who founded Anerfe* believed in beer and (nodertgoa. Told n* about William Penn WOP fcad W* own brew* ery dowa IB Pewwylvaaia, and J*. rael Putnam , f , Samuel A4w» of Masuduuetta and Jaw** Ogle* thorpe of Georgia. M Beer,« G»ndiu* goaf on, ^M grown up with the country, because. it's i »yn»boj of good fellowship a|ro MfHJCTliMftHi Bouse of Representatives and made the motion urging "the manufacture of beer in every State of the Union," And that same year Massachusetts passed an act stating that "the wholesome qualities of malt liquors greatly recommend there to general use." / , * * * From there on-* until early tn 1918, the brewing industry kept growing and beer and ale kept getting better and better. Then camOrphibiUon... thirteen dark yeanJhat bred vice and crime, Grandma tj*y» it taught us something though—something that George. Washington «nd all those other early American statesmen knew all along.., • that no law ever take* the place of .self,. restraint and moderation. Ttaff wto they w Wf friends of fe«er aj4 aw4e moderajHon a CAT* newtoae of American freedom. They were right about t lot of ^gf if M—WmMngtftn BUT BTOIHH they certainly were right |bo B t imoAnrmntun. Maditoi* itood up ta the Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McMullen and two sons attended the 42nd wedding anniversary of Mrs. Mo- Mullen's parents at Lanesboro, on Sunday. Chas. B. Thatcher left Tuesday with a delegation representing the Iowa State Brand Creameries on a trip to the eastern cities to study market conditions. (Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Anliker left Tuesday morning for Chicago where Mr. Anliker will be a representative at a meeting on. gasoline rationf.ng for the Iowa independent oil jobbers'. Craig Downing visited with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Downing, last week Thursday and Friday. He has been at Niagara Falls, N. Y., but recently enlisted in the Marines. Janet and John Justice spent Saturday and Sunday with their cousin at Graettlnger and with the!* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice, drove to Graettlnger Sunday to bring the two young people home. [Mrs. Daniel Collins of Marshalltown spent a few days this week at the home of Mrs. Ella Clark. Mrs. Collins .'a a charter member of the Eastern Star lodge at Emmetsburg and was there for the golden anniversary of the order this week. (Mrs. Nevins Cuplin, Mrs. Ella Clark, 'Mrs. Fern Bardsley and Mrs. Carl Voha attended the 50th arm', versary of the Eastern Star lodge at Emmetsburg Tuesday evening. Mrs. Vohs Is the worthy matron of the Clover Leaf chapter of the order at West Bend, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Sohaller, Joseph and Mrs. Mary Hooper spent the past week v.'<siting friends and relatives at Morgan, Minn., Clinton and other points. Everyone was fine where they visited, but due to so much rain they still have some harvesting to . do. Mr. and Mrs Fay McNeal and children left -Friday for Humboldt to spend the week end with Mr. Neat's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Neal. Sunday they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Neal's uncle' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson of Livermore. Mrs. Eugene Sweeney and son, Mark, visited last Thursday with Mr, and Mrs. Frank Sweeney. They left Saturday to make their 'home at Wichita, Kansas, where Eugene is employed in the Boeing aircraft plartt He resigned tils posttion with M. & J. R. Hakes at Laurens in August to go to Wichita, Mr. and Mrs, C. W. McCollough and sons, Marvin and Lee, spent Sunday iw Fort Dodge wtth their daughters, Audrey and Marda, The occasion was a chicken dinner in honor of Mr. McCollough's 45th birthday, Mrs. C, E. Grove accompanied them and spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Bell. Sunday dinner guests at the borne of Henry Wolfe were Mr. and Mrs. Frances Wolfe and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wolfe and Carol Jean, of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Roach and Catherine Kae of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. ?aul Ludwig and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. George Baas and family, Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Edgington and family of West Bend. They all helped Mrs. Francis Wolfe and Diane celebrate their birthdays. The 9ev. George McDowell, son Dana and Gilbert Cuplin attended the MethodM conference at Storm Ljoke Sunday. The Rev. McDowell had been in, attendance earlier, the week but had to come ho due to a slight Illness and returned U, S, W. of A, Being Organized at LuVerne LuVerne: At a meeting held a the Farmers State Bank offices las week Monday evening plans were made for the organization of a United Service Woman's group here An application was made for a charter and Mrs. Harry Llchty was elected temporary chairman and Beulah Eggleston, temporary secretary ah-d treasurer. Mothers, sisters wives and daughters of soldiers or sailors in the present war are invited to join the organization. Missionaries From Singapore at Elmore Lakota: The Rev. and Mrs. N. P. Grote attended a meeting at the Elmore Method'st church last week Monday afternoon. The speaker was the Rev. Charles Mosebrook, recently evacuated from Singapore and who told many interesting stories of the life he and his wife, had in Malaya and the Philippines. The Rev. Mosebrook said he and his wife spent last Christmas day sitting under a table with a mattress on top as a protection from bombs. The Rev. Grote and Rev. Mosebrook were schoolmates at Garrett University and the Rev. Grote also knew Mrs. Mosebrook there. FINAL RUES FOR ROOT. T. CAMS, HTONKA, FRIDAY Titonka: Funeral services were Friday at the home and at Good Hope Lutheran church for Robert T. Calllea, who d!«d Tuesday. The Rev. John Mohr of Britt, conducted the services and the Swan funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the church cemetery east of Titonka. Robert Callies was born Aug. 8, 1864, at Lankow, Germany. At the age of 21 he came to the Uhlted States. In 1889 he was married to Miss Mary Geyer of Sioux City. They were the parents of nine children, eight of whom, w!th the mother survive. They are Mrs. Emma Wiese of Austin, Minn., Mrs. Martha Carter of Burt, Mrs. Clara Lichtenberger of Fort Dodge, Fred of Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Pauline Hansen of Pacific Grove, Calif., Carl F. of Titonka, Mrs. Louise Stockwell of Titonka and Frank of Forest City. There are 26 grandchildren. He is also survived by two brothers, Otto of Algona and Ed of Titonka and one sister, Mrs. Amelia Leek of AJbWiy, Ortfon Pallbearer* were George Johtnon Nicholas Heesch, George Wfegattd, Adolph Missal, Frtd and Bruno Stacker, Mrs. A. K. 'TJhr spent Wednesday visiting at the Millen Jensen home near Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stuberg, MKT Maria Sathoff and Mrs. Folkerts were Thursday evening visitors at the B. H. Meyer home. The Woman's club met with Mrs. R. C. Ball Thursday for Its meet- Ing. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, who reviewed the book, "Women in Crime" by Florence Monahan. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs entertained the U-Deal-M club Friday noon. Guests were Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Mrs. John S. Rippentrop, Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Mrs. Frank Fisher. Mrs. George 'Breen and Mrs. Guy Bruns. Forest Hansen, Robert Budlong and Arnold Ricklefs were called to Des Moines for their final physical examination Wednesday. The boys enlisted in the Coast Guard several weeks ago and have been waiting their call. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Smith entertained their friends at a free wedding skate and dance at Miller's roller rink Thursday evening. The young folks in the Junior high grades, where Mrs. Smith tattght, presented the Smiths with a lovely table lamp, Mr. and Mrs. Semis laebfarid, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer helped Mrs. Ben V. Meyer celebrate her birthday Thursday evening. Five hundred was played and John 9. Rfppentrop won high while Senus Isebrand received low. Lunch was served at a late 1 hour by the hostess and the guests presented Mrs. Meyer with a gift as a remembrance of the 1 day. Read Th* want Ado—It f*n TO BUY CHEAP KOBSES AND MULES Wm. Durant 1128 B. McGregor Phone ttt-W POLAND' CHINA BOAR and GILT SALE Thursday,. October 22 40 BOARS :—'. 10 GILTS Farm, 2H miles south of Rolfe, 4% miles north of Highway No. 10 on -Highway No. 44. Lunch will be served at noon, sale immediately after. H. F. OLKRICH to SOUS ROLFE, IOWA Write or ask for catalog. 41* We're 21, Thanks to yov! A 21* birthday i< mighty itgntfic ll mean* tfce first step Into young manhood. And that about describes our fating*. With 21 ytan* experience In serving plain, honest, hardworking, bargain-loving folks, w« feel firmly grounded, young, throng . . . and rtry proudl And we're throwing a party to celebrate. It'i our birthday, but YOUR party! Considering present market condition*, these Anniversary •argaini are |u«t about the best SAL bai over offered! Chances are the/ will be Impossible to duplicate again thlt seasen. Came early for best choice. Men's fancy rayon DRESS SOCKS 9 e Save 33%. Long wearing rayon (Halted in a grand assortment of colors and patterns. SHOWN HERE ARE BUT A VERY FEW Of THE MANY SENSATIONAL VALUES! Alan's winter weight UNION SUITS 84' Actual SI Value! Warm cotton rib for healthful winter warmth. Long sleeve ankle length in full CUt SlzM. Regularly $1.59 tittle boys' JIMMIE-ALLS 33 I Winter's Best-Selling Sports and Fur Fabrics! Actual Values to *15! COATS Heavy, part wool suitings In assorted men's wear patterns. Adjustable shoulder straps, two pockets. Sizes 2 to 12. Regularly 69c heavy sheet BLANKETS Prepare for winter and save! Colorful Aurora plaldt In single sizes, 66x76 in. Heavy cotton Hanntll Regularly 65cf COTTON BAITS quality quilted batts. Qrqnd for quilts, comforters and general household v*e. blea«lieaV THRIFT H ANNEL STA^S WAR STAMPS l &*£ Choose from smart fleeces, and n u b b y tweeds in dependable, high-fashion swaggers or reefers. Or the Anniversary triumph . . . shiny jet black fur fabrics, richly lined. A mark of good quality. 1 All in sizes for misses and women. AH warm enough for Iciest blasts. A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR CHOICE ON LAY BYI Oh, such lovely new fall DRESSES 4»o Sale Prhel Worth Dollars Morel Juniors, in darling little two-piece' ers f snug fitting torsos, an ' waistlines. Embroidery, applique, pleats and ornaments galore! <5ay new color Combinations. Regular and, larger sixes, too, with that wonderful extra "something" that makes them fashion-right ancj mc?df Regular $1.39 Smnforfaed Dross SHIRTS AH WeH-FJttHigf Guaranteed Fast Coforf Colored favorites to boost your morale. Stripes and figures irr long - wearing cotton broadcloth. Full cut and body fitted with generous tails that stay put. Fused, collars that won't wilt — need no starching. Tans,, blues, greens, 14 to 17. S & L'S REGULAR LOW CEILING PRICES DRASTICALLY CUT FOR THIS GREAT BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Regularly $2,451 SPORTS SHOES 99 Unbeatable Value/ SHOP! COMPARfl i Wonderfully smart, wonderfully made! Saddle macs! Ghillie tied Two tonersl Favorite College heels! A scoop for the ichool crowdl Si?e» 4 to ?. Width* AA to C. Lovely rayon ^ SATIN SLIPS 94' Worth of teas* $1.291 Straight cut, excellent wrinkle free fit, lavish lace topi. Some with lace at top and hem. CxcepHoneliy, well fittingl

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