The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 13, 1942
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FIRST PTA MEET AT SENECA DRAWS BIG ATTENDANCE Seneca: There was a full house at the Seneca Parent-Teachers meeting Thursday 'evening. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance followed by severa' selections by the mixed glee club. Marjorie Moore -played a flute solo after which Delores Wlllberg presented a vocal solo. The Seneoa Stars 4-H club presented a one act play, "Henpeck Holler Gossip." The following girls took part: Jeanne Wllberg, Donna Jean Cody, Marjorie Moore, Melva Swnn, Velma Hansen, Mary Patterson, LaVonne Bailey, Gortude McKcan and Donna Claussen. Miss Alma Schultz, home demonstration agent, spoke on club work in the county after which Marjorie Moore gave the 4-H girls' service creed. The following committee was appointed for the 'November meeting: topic, The Mlllen Jensens arid Clarence KDaborns; program, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Niemeyer and LaVonne Madden; hosts and hostesses Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Cody and Miss Donahue. day's program Included a Chlrrene missionary. Miss Agatha Fosmarlt, and an address by Rev. H.. ft, G>eg- ersbn, Marshall, Minn., hwo Spoke on, the "Work of an Army Chaplain." MANY FROM HERE ATTEND MEET AT ESTHERVILLE Senecans attending the Woman'; Missionary Federation at the Lutheran church at Estherville last Tuesday included Mesdames Otto Wilberg and Odey Cherland who were delegates from the local aid, Mrs. MUlen Jensen who worked on the credentials committee, also Mesdames J. H. Jensen. Jens Halvei- son, A. E. Nelson, Olaf Mickelson, J. T. Cherland, Peter Thorsoh, Linus Jensen, George Jensen and Henry L/ooft. Principal speakers on the Mavis Preston, Blanche- Oleson spent last week end visiting Alyei? Oleson, who is a student af"a business 'college In Mftsorr City. Mrs. Jens Peterson was hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixer club last Wednesday. Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn had charge of the entertainment. The Norman Thompsons and Sim 3lesons were Sunday callers at the 31e Bratrud homo in Graettingor. The Brathrud son, Henry, left for the army one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goering and ion, Merlin, were last Sunday djn- icr guests at the Curtis Olson lome. Afternoon callers were Irin and Truman Classen of Ea.«t Chain. Word has been received that Anon Nelson, Ringsted, former Senea resident, suffered a light stroke .t his home at Ringsted last Thur-s!ay evening. His cond.'tion is re- ortcd as serious at this writing. Seneca was well represented at he annual farm bureau dinner eld at the Burt public school on Wednesday evening. Senecans in ttendance included Messrs, and Mesdames Fred Brown, Emil Bierstedt, C. C. Voigt, Earl Crouch, Milieu Jensen, Henry Looft Charles Osborn. and Bud Lichter, Soldier, Visits Father Here Serving in the army as an instructor in the new plant of army mechanics at Lincoln, Nebraska, "Bud" Lichter, son of Henry Lichter, city, came Saturday on a week's furlough which he will spend here visiting with relatives and friends. He entered the service a year ago his first time off to MRS. E. W. RUSKE HEADS FENTON P. T. A. FOR YEAR iFenton:< The P. T. A. met Tuesday evening at the high achbo. auditorium. The Oath of Allegiance was given and led by S E. Straley. Community singing was led by Miss Dunn. A talk on "My Trip South this Summer" was given by Miss Fern Carlson. Supt. V. J. Tatum gave a talk on "The Testing Program In the School." •Mrs, E. W. Ruske was elected president to nil the vacancy on the resignation of Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Gladys Bratlund was elected secretory and treasurer, to take the place of S. S. Tyler. MRS. J. A. MUEU.ER HONOR GUEST AT PARTY MONDAY Mrs. J. A. Mueller was the honor guest nt n party Monday evening at her home. A playlet "In a Hoa- pltal Nursery" -was given by Mes- dnmes F. H. Efgler, A'. H. Meyers, Melvin Mansager and Gerald Voiijt. Virginia Ruth Mueller and Mrs. Voigt also gave piano selections. Lunch was then served after which Mrs. Mueller opened her gifts. Tho Kuest list included Mesdames J. G. Waterman. John Light, Louis Wcls- brod, J. A. G. Smith, Paul E.'-gler, E. W. Ruske, Shelby Weisbrod, F. P. Newel and Agnes Goetsch. The hostesses were Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, A. H. Meyers, Melvin Mansager. E. C. Fauerby, R. C. Goetsch, Gerald Voigt and Frank Eigler. Wed In Washington- Blanche Meyers and P, F, d. Dennis "Pat" Hegarty 'were married %wy^^ mw HATISFACTKW AHEAD BERG HATS Madson & Hanson A Dazzling Miracle of Amazement.., in MULTIPLANE TECHNICOLOR! IIIUUIUSSEY PETER LOME SIRCEDRICHARDWiCKE J. EDWARD BROMBERG JONNLITEL ALBERT BASSERMAN „, Added Attraction What is happening in France? The Key to a Second Front **mi Second Feature THE MARCH OF TIME m MILLAHD pirn Fine No. 3—Fun for the family Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Oct. 18-19-20 America Will Never Forget! To the last Gun—Plane—Man! You ought to see this one. '* fLAMC... 446 Marines wrote this deathless story! '• A Paramount future with BRIAN DONLEVY MACDONALO KOBEHt CAREY -JRESTON Albert Dekket-'William Bendix Walter Abel * * * Football Thrills of '41 News * Donald Duck FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR CLUB MET THURSDAY AFTERNOON The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Don Weisbrod, 17 members responding to roll cull by giving a household hint. Eight army kits are being donated by the club and individual members of tha club. In the contest games that were played, prizes were won by Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mrs. Arlo Ran"- noy and Mrs. Ben Luedtko. Birth- clay collections were turned in by Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mrs. Chas. Schultz, Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Alvina Dreyer. Guests were Mesdames F. F. Mueller, E. C. Weisbrod, Herbert Rossiter, John Klingelhofer of Atwater, Calif., and Lorena Dreyer. The November meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Herman Luedt- kc with Mrs. Joe McGovern, assist- 'ng hostess. Mrs. Andrew Hansen of Algoha and Mrs. A. H. Meyers went to Davenport Tuesday for a few days' visit at the Ernest Vaux home. Lillian Baago left Tuesday for Iowa Falls and from there accompanied by Mrs. Paul Fuller, left for Jacksonville, Florida, to visit Pvt. September 28 at Tacoma, Washing tfon at the St. Leo's Catholic church by Father Krefosbaeh. They were attended by Corp. Frank Mlaker and Clara Apodoca. The bride, who has made her home for the past nine years with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyers In Algona, wore a brocaded white satin dress with a shoulder length veil and carried a bouquet of pink and white asters. The groom, who was a plumber before joining the army May 1, Is with the 133rd engineers at Fort Lew's, Washington. Mrs. Hegarty went to Tacoma September 8th and returned to Algona October 6th, where she will continue to make her home with the Eugene Meyers. "Victory" Dinner^" The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will serve a "Victory" dinner Wednesday at seven p. m. in celebration of the formal opening of their enlarged and newly decora'fced dining room. The tickets are in the hands of the circle chairman. A very interesting program has been arranged with Dr. J. C. Buthman acting as toastmaster. Rev. Halsey Dewey, who has been In India a number of years, and recently returned, w.'Jl be the speaker, and there will be a varied musical program. A welcome will be extended to Rev. N. A. Price and his family. The W. S. C. S. circle meetings Howard Fuller, a week. They will be gone have been postponed until Thursday afternoon, October 22nd. Post-Nuptial Shower— Mrs. Frank Fuller, ..the former Bernlce Harrington, ; was guest of honor at a post-nuptial shower at Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Edith drove to Blue Earth, Tuesday and spent the day at the home of Mrs. Jennie Armstrong. T. N. McFall who had visited there a week, accompanied them home. Dr. J. A. Mueller went to Rochester Tuesday to be with R. J. Claussen of Reinbeck during an operation. Mr. Claussen is an uncle of Mrs. Mueller. Dr. Mueller returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hcnningsen and Edith of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. James Gray of Coleridge, Neb., visited recently at the Norman Potter home, remained for She is Mrs. Pfister's mother. Mrs. John Kingelhofler of Atwater, Calif., arrived here Tuesday for a visit with her brother, O. J. Ranney and family and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Klin- gelhofor cam ehere from Marshall, Minn., and Huron,-, S. D., where she had been vlsitf-ng relatives. the h&me Of Mrs. B. W, Lusby Oh Thursday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Hutching, Mrs. Robert WllllamS, Mrs. Donald Gardner, and Mrs. Clyde Rtdenour. The- evS- ning. was spent playing "Sink the Navy* with Mrs. Kermeth Knudsen and Mrs. Marian Sfgsbee winning the prizes. Out of town guests were Mrs. Magnus Ltehter of Burt and Mrs. Hoyt Raney of Wesley. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creke Woman's club met at the home of Eleanor Gardner Wednesday with Lela Gardner as assisting hostess. Roll call was answered by members. , Ella Bode, Evelyn Jenkins, and Beulah Seely, who attended the Woman's Federated club meeting at. Rockwell City on Monday of last week, gave .'•nterestlrtg reports on the meeting. On October 13, the Woman's Federation meeting will be held at the Burt Methodist church. Sorority at infers— A 'taoder meeting of the Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will be held this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Verabel Ulfers. Included on the program, will be n book review by Mrs. Harlan Slgsbee and talks on the purpose of Beta S'.gma 'Pho given by Mrs. Jack Hilton, Mrs. Donald Miller, and Mrs. Robert Williams. A lunch will be served at the close of the meeting after which the sorority songs will be sung. try tth»b WW^mpIeted la* Wfcy'jWat lf«. -_..— 6IT wtlmtttg "tfi* Second low ,,Was. waft bS|,Mtt. Rntt LatvfcH. MM. Met Griffin wt>n th consolation low prize and Mrs, Jo Greenbefg the second low cdnsola tlon pfl*e. PrteeS weffe war ings stamps. Mrs. Henningsen a two weeks' visit Ledyard Vicinity News Items GOU The Womany.'. JSandllcap Golf with his daughter, Florence whose i, tournament held at the, Algona Mr. and Mrs. Oave Carpente spent Friday at Mason City. Mrs. Peter Troff and son visited Friday with 'her mother at Swea City. Mrs. John Heetland of Lakota spent Friday at the L. A. Nitz home. Mrs. Olaf Engelby entertained the Lutheran Ladies' circle Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Reece of Des Moines spent Wednesday at the Peyton Reece home. Miss Doris Welfare visited several days at the K. Bonnf-ckson home at Ringsted recently. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Warner were Sunday visitors at the parental Asa Warner home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno spent last Sunday at the home of the former's mother at Wesley. Miss Edith Raney, a former teacher hero, visited over the week end at the Ben Mayer home. Miss Roslien and Miss Everhart spent Sunday at their homes at Kensctt and Charles City. Mrs. Wm. Bnumann was operated on at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday for gall stones. Jack Lynch visited over the week end with his wife who is taking treatments at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Clark of Lakota called at the Paul Nitz home Wednesday even'ng. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Strand and family visited Sunday with M'r. Strand's father at Wallingford. Mrs. Wm. Brandt of Hubbard, visited Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Knoner. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner called Wednesday evening at the home of the former's parents, the Asa Warners. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Harry Schroeder visited Tuesday with Mrs. Ailt Troff at the Bufflao Center hospital. Mrs. Fred Stern of Long Prairie, Minn., came Thursday for a week's visit with her pister, Mrs. Henry Frye, and family. Mrs. Henry Frye called at the home of her brother at Frost on Thursday. From there she drove to Kiester on business. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Worden called on Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and little son at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groen, Ailt Troff and three sons vistted with Mrs. Ailt Troff at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse are the proud parents of a 9V4 Ib. baby boy born Wednesday, Oct. 7 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Logan and son of Sioux Falls, S. D., were guests Sunday at the home of the the former's mother, the H. D. Mayne family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reece received word of the arrival of a baby girl weighing 7% pounds to their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Miss Esther Green called on Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and little son at the Buffalo Center hospital on Tuesday evening. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers was operated on for appendicitis at the BuSalo Center hospital Thursday. The little fellow is getting along nicely. Jack Lynch drove to Minneapolis Friday and brought back Mr*>. Lynch where she has been taking treatments for several weeks. Mra. Lynch Is greatly improved. John Patterson who has been, working for Loreiw Nitz, left Friday for Roj&ester wh,ere he will stay Youths to Lone Rock— A group of boys and girls of tho Youth Vespers of the Algona Presbyterian church went to Lone Rock Friday where they attended a meeting of the Presbyteran youth of the Fort Dodge Presbytery youth were accompanied by Rev. C. Richardson, A. E. Kresensky and Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Skow. Election of officers was held at this time with Maxine Moore, of the Algona group, being selected secretary-treasurer Circle to Meet- Mrs. M. G. Bourne's circle of the Ladies' Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Theo. Chrischil- les. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. H. W. Pletch and Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Mrs. David Martin will talk on Canada. This Js to be the last meeting of the year and all members are asked to be present. Soldiers Honored— . Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey entertained at a family dinner Thursday in honor, of P. F. C. Hugh H. Willey, who is home on a ten day furlough from Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyoming, and for George Willey, Jr., -Who leaves for the army , the 13th,. Both are brothers of Chester. Private J?au}'jA'. ; Willey is also in the army" and "is stationed at San Diego, California. for Mrs. Mrs. O. A. Lindgrert was gues of .honor at a farewell party at th home of Mrs Paul Llndholm thl afternoon (Tuesday). Hostesses were Mrs Nyle Lfitch, Mrs Rayinon Heniy and Mrs. Ltndholm. Three tables of bridge were in play. Mrs LSndgren will leave sooh, with her husband, who has joined the army Youth Vespers Elect Election of officers of the Youth Vespers, the young people of the Presbyterian church, was held recently at a meeting at the Presbyterian manse. Dick Woodward was elected president, Valeria Butts, vice president, Maxine. Moore, Soc> retary, and Russell Larson, treasurer. _:•_ Rebckahs Will Meet— The Rebekahs will have their first fall meeting this evening (Tuesday) at the lodge room at 7:30. Guy M. Butts of Wesley will be the speaker. A very important subject will be discussed and everyone is asked to be present to hear first hand what he has to say. Luncheon Honors' Visitor • Miss Bertha Johnson entertained several ladies Saturday afternoon at a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Ringsted and Mrs. Anna Osborn of Fenton. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Jensen is visiting her son, Vernon at Algona. Bible Class at Morgan's — The Woman's Bible class of the Congregational church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Morgan. A covered dish luncheon will be served. . Mr. a«d lift, ft to; fnghsni wilt wytiMittMftyi^^ the Salvage Drive Will Continue Tli;oS45 of you tha« did not get to bring In yonr Somp Iron, *M«ftkl* and Rubber atffl h»ve * chane* to do you* fart. In all the 8ci*t>— We we paying Celling Price less handling charges, • -,' - •• • ...- ..'•-.•-• '-. . JOE GREENBERG Is Your Fur Coat Clean? Don't let the first cold days cateh you with a soiled fur coalt. A thorough cleaning and glazing will restore its original beauty and add greatly to its wearing qualities. "We are equipped to give you a complete fur service. Call 330 today Elk Cleaners - Furriers husband has been drafted into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gelhaus of Hubbard visited Sunday and Monday at the Christ and Paul Gelhaus, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus homes here and at the Aug. Busch home near Elmore. Mrs. Howard Jsenson and children returned Saturday evening from Watertown, S. D., where they have been staying with her husband who is employed there in a defense plant. There will be a meeting of the Red Cross on Friday afternoon, Oct. 16 at the school building and there will be a Red Cross meeting at the Watts school house on Oct. 24, to organize a branch of the Red Cross for Springfield township. Mrs. Max Nitz and sister, Mrs. rank Kerkhove and son, Francis of Minneapolis were Wednesday linner guests of their sister, Mrs. 3ert Geerdes of Lakota. Mrs. Kerk- love and son are spending several lays at the Geerdes home. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss enter- ained the following ministers nnd heir wives on Tuesday: the Rev. ind Mrs. J. Vortnmn, Rev. and *trs. D. H. Plescher of Kanawha, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Hueneman of arner, Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Gross- luesch of Klemme, Rev. and Mrs. Boomgaarden of Alexander, lev. and Mrs. E. Sauer of Lakota, Rev. and Mrs. H. Kuizema of Woen. Rev. C. Grosshuesch gave a alk rn '.Piul'i Hope for Life After Death." Mrs. Neolo Boomgaarden entertained the ladies with a review of the book, "How Green Was My Valley." SPECIAL, LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE Friday, October 16th At Alliance, Nebr. 9AAA Head of Choice £UVU Yearlings This will be the second annual sale of E. A. Hall, owner of the ACORN BRAND. All of these cattle are Mr. Hall's own raising, from his herd established 30 years ago. Recognized by Eastern men as some of the outstanding feeders in the Sand Hills. He will sell: 640 head of very good yearling steers. Our other early consignments include 14 ranchmen who will sell from one to three loads of chof.ce native Hereford and Angus mixed yearlings, or approximately 1400 head. Also ono Sioux County rancher selling 50 head* of choice fleshy heavy 2 year old steers. There Will Be More Than Enough Additional Cattle to 1 . Exceed 2000 Head All cattle will be sold in 'car load lots and can be loaded early after the sale on through trains* Alliance Livestock Commission Co. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Thursday, October 15 th . to attend the There's only one thing Oiaft determines the value of feed—that's the results that feed produces. By feeding your flock R balanced ration, you'll actually nwjke money, because the extra eggs will rapre than pay for the exfP cost of feed. For complete rations, with extra value because they're always fresh, feed Algona Produce Concentrate* Made to be fed free choice'. No mixing necessary Algona Produce '' GRAND OPENING OF KOSSUTH COUNTY'S NEWEST, SMARTEST SERVICE Food Store At 21 East State Street, Algona, Iowa A&P • This is a cordial, personal invitation to yx>u and your family to come visit the store of tomorrow! Every department is stocked to overflowing with grand values. We 're mighty proud of our new Store —frankly we believe it sets .a new Mlg-h standard as a treasure house of fine foods. -\ We want you to see it—to share our enthusiasm. We want you to observe the streamlined arrangement— to notice the new Super lUuminiation in this store of tomorrow—to meet the cheerful, friendly personnel. Come see the wondrous array of grand things to eat —stay to save on every item marked, at down-to-, earth prices. You'll find huadreids of new low prices ' —even lower than at our old. location. We shall look forward to seeing you and your entire family. Convenient parking, REMEMBER the Store Opens Thursday, 0'ctober jstfo, at 9:00 a, m.

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