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P» MolnM. Algona. lowt, Oct. ijp, 1942 MRS. HARVEY HOST TO UNION MOTHERS DAUGHTERS CLUB Union: Mrs. Bob Harvey was the hostess to the Union 1 Mothers and Daughters club at her home last Thursday afternoon. She was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Anna Zanke of Burt. attended. Twenty-five ladles The club soiijf was sung followed by roll call. Red Cross work was discussed. Club members.favor- ed making quilts out of woolen material. Helen Vogel gave a book review, on "Iowa Interiors" by Ruth Suckow, Iowa novelist, whteh was much enjoyed. A report of the recent County Federation meeting waa given .by Mrs. Walter Wels- with j»Ui6B ivy. badly affected. Ced? **"" ""• Fre4, couple employment, plans on entt__„ Reserves at Minneapolis. Tuesday for examination. The lad.'«B of the held another of the Lillian Broderson Mrs. Mafclne Dittmer. . fleers were elected discussed. Fred Will been busy the past setting new poles ; brod and Mrs. Earl Taylor. Ten ladles from Union attended. (Mrs. Wrti. Rath and Mrs. Orlan Rutledge and the tetter's smal" daughter were guests. Ice cream coffee and cake was served. The next meeting will be In three weeks on Nov. 12th, at the home of Dora Will with Laura Hohen- steln assisting. A paper, "Charm of the Home Beaut'.ful" will be given by Mame Wlnkelj article, "We Are What We Eat", Norma Bailey and music by Katherlne Leason. SOY BEAN HARVEST FINDS MUCH OF THE CROP GREEN Soybean combining Is under way.j Farmers are meeting with many difficulties. Some of the later beans were frozen—almost all the beans combined so far contain many green beans. Elevators are filled to capacity. Many folks Who would like to dispose of them at this time are unable to do so. A few farmers are starting to pick and crib their * corn. Cheater Bailey drove to Sioux CUy -Saturday to bring home his wife who spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs of that city. Mrs. Olaf Romstad accompanied Herman Dau up from Des Molnes last week to spend a couple of -days here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Presley Sarchet. Geo. Kohl had his house, granary and corn crib reshingled recently. Bartholomew Bros, d'd the • work. Ricker Bros, are also having their ibarn reshlngled. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, Mrs. Ceei: McGlnnis of Algona, Mrs. Raymond Dearehs and baby of Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Earl Taylor of Union were guests of Mrs. Frank Hoflus las Friday. Mrs. Glen Jenkinson got to bad during the recent scrap drive. Shi waa assisting in digging out scrap at her home and came in contau a guest at the Rath home. mer Johnsbn of Algbna. lege at Cedar Falls, was end guest. r left leg I* At. and 'Mrs. California, ft In search of son, Wallace, U. 8. Naval bits. He* left ion. W. S. C. S. •ir successful e Good Hope ng, Oct. 20th. kitchen, Mrs. tig-room, Mrs. nd chairman, neettng of the company was ise In District ifternoon. Of- nad business lineman, has week or two ind trimming with the line, of Sutherland Rath, has been home. Other st week were ind Mrs. Hjnl- na. Oharlene lis, who Is at- Teachers Col was a week - • ' !•! kW ^»»>tf F (iiRI. ilj UlllLi ETON $fi|L^ WITH THE BOYS IN THE ^Pj SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM „ • . .—.-..- AOl'lVl'l'IfcSS OP SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF WEST BEND West Bend: Mrs. H. G. Decker of San Diego, CaW., came Friday for a few days' visit with her sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler. She went to Des Moines Monday from there will return to 3an Diego. Her husband .is in the service there. Mrs. P. O. Dor- weller and Mrs. Decker had lunch wijth Dr. and Mrs. Newman at Bode Monday. Cteorge Blake is vlsMlng at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Blake, and also at the home of his wife and children it Pocahontas. He Is on a furlough from the Great Lakes Naval Tram- Ing station. Prior to his enlistment in the navy s!« weeks ago, he operated, a farm near West Bend. _ Those leaving Saturay for Des Molnes for physical examinations of the U. S. sercive are Joe Zaugg, Ralph Banwart. Keith Anderegg, George Krug, Harold Mantz, Fred Griffin and Glen Allen. P F C. Vincent Holmb arrived fom Camp Shelby, Miss. Wednesday for a visit with h!-s wife who has been staying kat the Clark Bardsley home. He will report at WYOT STOTT HEAR FROM SON, BACK FROM IRELAND Butt J Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stoti were much surprised Thursday nlfhi to have their son, Sergeant Floyd Stott, who had been In Ireland some time, call them up from Boston Mass. He was hoping to get home for a furlough soon. —V— LOWELL SAMP SIGNS UP WITH ARMY Am CORPS Orvihgton: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and son, Lowell Samp motored to Fort Dodge last Friday from which place Lowell proceeded to Des Molnes whence he will be .'.nducted Into the army air corps Previous to this Lowell had appliec twice for entrance into the nava air corps but had been rejected dui to an eyesight affliction. — V— BURT SAILORS SPEND THE WEEK WITH HOME FOLKS iBUrt: Harold Bunkofske left 01 Wednesday after spending a week' furlough here with his parents, Mi and Mrs. A. H. Bunkofske. He 1 stationed at the naval armory 1 Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geesmar Mr. and Mrs. Fred White and the! daughter, Suzanne, Mrs. Wm. Eddj other sons in the service, Martin to northern Ireland; Robert, at Walla Walla, Washington; and Will at Fort Oglethorpe, Oft. Their daughter, Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham and b^by, Algona, also visited them several days last week. —V— FAREWELL DINNER GIVEN FOR CORWTTH SOLDHCR Corwlth: A farewell dinner was held at the Legion club rooms last Sunday honrlng Paul Scott, who left Tuesday for army service. Attending besides relatives here were Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCartney of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Egemo and family of West Bend. The gro'up presented Mr. Scott with a purse of money. Two for one. Use the Upper Dee Molnes want ads. 3-tf OTTOSEN LADIES RURAL CLUB BUYS BLIND PRODUCTS Ottosen: The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Roy Jacobson Thursday, October 15. Scr.'.p- ture was read by the hostess. It was voted to .buy towels that are made by the blind women. The lesson "Josef Stalin of Russia" was prepared by Mrs. Watson Struthers and read by Mrs. Ernest Enockson. The Readers Digest was read by Mrs. Roy Telford. The song, "America the Beautiful" was sung by the group. Benediction was repeal• • - ' was readings Visitors were ed. Special feature by Mrs. Henry Lovlg. Mrs. Chester Alme, Mfg. Alfred Shultz, Mw. Oliver Klnreth, Mrs. Antoiie Speech, Mrs. Hehry Lovlg, Mrs. Severn Tonderum, and Sylva Tonderum. Mrs. Helen Campbell spent the week end at her home near Humboldt. Mrs. J. P. Starln has been suffering from the flu and pneumonia the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and baby of Lone Rock spent the past week at the Chester Alme home. Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls spent the week end at the parental Wm. Cooper home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and family, and Mrs. Hannah Hansen were. Sunday night supper guests *M0 at th« firneri finoeksbn The America* Leglofl met at th« hente 6f Hansen Tuesday. &< to the boy* aerbBs and the the 8tat4 who are In service Uncle Sam. The Lutheran Ladles' Aid met the church parlors Wednesday ernoon, Out. 14, with Mrs. HaM Jacobson as hostess. Scripture W« read by Rev. Wangburg. A rWUHMf was given by Mrs. Merle Holt. g*!«* gates report on the meeting at Thor was given by Mrs. Norman HelltS* ~s seth; vocal solo by Mrs. Ray Klelrt; reading by Mrs. Ralph Richards J vocal duet by Charldtte and RpM*-< mary Jacobson. Mrs. Clara Solbergf has donated her piano to the ehuf en for which the aid expressed ita ap* preciatlon. Red Cross sewing W&K also distributed. Three dollars ,weW also donated to the Red Cross for Idts. atives. Mrs. CALIFORNIA'S BEST-STYLED SWEATER bon Honon lo *',£ aeolor . IN FBI OFFICE Whittemore: Miss Maxlno Biso.t-! '•us, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bisenius, received a telegram from Washington, D. C., offering her a position as clerk with the Federal Bureau, of Investigation. She had a special interview at Spencer, on Sept. 26. She has been employed in the office of Villas & Company at Storm Lake. She /a a graduate from Presentation Academy of this year and attended business college ..In Mason City during the summer months. She expects to leave for Washington in the near future. Richard Shellmyer is spending a ten day furlough with hfa parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmeyer, here. Mary Jane Reding of Chicago 1? h) - rents spending a two weeks' vacation w ,j with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Ndck Reding. Alice Eisele is teaching in the Cylinder consolidated schools while one of the teachers is under the care of a physician . , Earl Schmltt of Springfield, Mo., is home on a twenty-day furlou?a which he Intends to spend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmitt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt recently returned from their two weeks trip from California. When the Voigts left here they took the nothern route going to Seattle, Washington, and all the.way down the coast to San'Diego. They also went sightseeing in Old Mexico. They vistted with their son, Harold, who is in San Diego. A number of relatives gathered at the Arnold Gade home one night last week to celebrate the birthday of their daughter, Nelda. Those present were Mrs. Herman Gade, Raymond Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier and daughter, Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gade and their daughter of here, Mir. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and family of Algona. A number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt Wednesday evening to help Mrs. Voigt celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., ami son, Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith and son, Ellsworth and grandson, Ralph Sebers, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son, James, Milton Espe, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs and daughter, Doima Jean, of here, and Roella Voigt of Algona. Camp Shelby the 20th. They went to Mason City Thusday to visit rel- Harold Jennings returned Monday from Camp, Bowie, Texas, where she spent a week with her husband who is stationed there. i Leo C. Gerber returned to hia| camp at Solomon, Maryland, on Friday after spending a few days furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerber. Rex, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bonnstetter was among those who went from Algona to Des Molnes last week Tuesday to be inducted into the service. — V— HERMAN WOLF, LUVERNE, HOME ON FURLOUGH Lu Verne: Harold Wolf arrived home Thursday from Camp Barkley, Texas, to spend a furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MICHIGAN SOLDD5RS APPRECIATE SWEATERS In- a letter addressed to Mrs. J.' Y. Schoby* Private T. J. Smigeel- shi, of Co. F, Fort Brady, Michigan, expresses his appreciation for the sweater which he was given and which was knitted by Mrs. Schoby through Red Cross activities. Private H. M. Rhoades, also of the same camp, at Fort Brady, writes to" Ada Merriam, city, and expresses his thanks for the sweater which she had knitted for the Red Cross and which was sent to him. -V— FORMER WEST BEND MAN NOW WITH FERRY COMMAND West Bend: Charles Bauer of St. Louis, Mo., spent part of the week at the home of his brother and his family, Clarence .Bauer. Charles was formerly employed at the West Bend elevator's oil station here, but now is a radio operator with a ferry command on- the army air force. He recently returned from India where he was a member of the crew wh.'ch ferried a command of bomoers. Raymond Anliker went to Des Moines Monday to begin his enlist- and son, Douglas of Mason City spent Friday at the J. C. Geesman home. Charles Geesman Is at horns on furlough from the Great Lakes Naval Training station. He .'a a third class petty officer. Charles Hanna left Thursday for Nora Springs to spend a few days at the home of his brother, Walter. He had visited Burt relatives since Monday. Charles recently received his wings and was commissioned an ensign in th eNaval Reserve at Jacksonville, Fla. He will now go to Norfolk, V«. —V— CHARLES MITTAG, OF NAVY, NOW STATIONED IN PACIFIC Charles Mittag, seaman second class in the U. S. Navy, is now at Treasure Island, California. He was sent there from Great Lakes Naval Training station, where he had been since he enlisted in the navy In May. He is the son of Mrs. Mrs. Eva Mittag of Lakota and he had been home dn two forty- four hour liberties in the last month. CLIFTON PHILLIPS JOINED ARMED FORCES MONDAY Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips have received word from their son, Clifton, Deadwood, S. D, that he was at Omaha and had passed his physical examination preparatory to entering the armed forces orr Oct. 12. Mrs Phillips will go to Calif., where she will live with her parents for the duration. FORMER DOAN RESIDENT NOW MEMBER OF NAVY iDoanj A group of relatives and friends spent Friday evening at the Howard Andrews home in Titonka. Mr. Andrews has been home ment In the Mr. jUnnivertwy and Mrs. Adal navy. -V- We have not SENECA SOLDDBRS VISIT WITH HOME FOLKS IN WEEK Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Charles MoKean have been enjoying a visit from their son, Merton, who has been stationed at Camp Worden. Washington. He arrived last Monday and will leave again Wednesday. Rail celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary recently at their home in Birmingham. Seven of the BO guests attending the original wedding also attended the golden wedding celebration. %$&*** Kresensky's QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatmenttbrt Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing OvertwomlUlon bottleaof theWHJ-ABD TREATMENT have been sold for reliefer symptoms of diitrosa arising from Stomach and Duodiiul Uleew due M> Burnt Aeld- Poor Dictation, Sour or Up«t StontMh, UMilnm, H««Hbum,«lHple*inoM,ote n due to BX«M Aeld. Bold on IS daya' trial I Ask for "Wlllard'i MHMIO" which fully explain* thi* treatment— f r»»—a» LUSBY & GIOSSI, DRUGGISTS 40-E. O. W. Two-Sided Smartness! WALLED-LAST Smart |o look nt*w smart to wear because they make feet seem shorter. And they $lsy snugti the non-slip heel $ KRESEN&K* S Lea Williamson-, who has been serving on the west coast, has been visiting at the home of his sister and family, the Ole Oftedahls. __V— LEDYARD SOLDHCR HOME FROM WEST ON FURLOUGH Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Trenary entertained their children and their families at Sunday dinner in honor of their son, Herbert, who was home on furlough. He returned to Bremerton, Washington, Wednesday evening his parents taking him to Mankato, Minn., from where he left by bus. UNION TWP. MARRDSD MAN JOINS U. S. NAVY Union: Leonard Schlpull joined the U. S. Navy last week. Mr. Schipull is married and has one chMd. Mrs. Schlpull is a daughter of M;'. and Mrs. Nick Maharis of Algona. He was associated with his father and brother in farming 400 acres In Union. — V— WmTTEMORE PARENTS HAVE THREE SONS IN ARMS Whittemore i Thomas Kelly, Jr., will move his fam'-ly to Bmmets- burg in the near future as Mr. Kelly and his brother, Edward, en listed in the U. S. Navy. The for mer resigned his position with the Fullerton Lumber Co. last week. This will make three boys for the senior Thomas Kelly with Uncle Sam in the navy. WIFE OF FENTON SOLDIER TO JOIN HUSBAND IN EAST Fentonr; Mrs .Harold Newel concluded her v'ait on Monday at the Chas. Newel home and left for her home at Williams to visit her parents. After a short visit at Cedar Falls with, LaVpnne Newel and Barbara Frank she will join her husband, Captain Harold^Newel, who is on maneuvers in Tennessee. LIVERMORE FAMJLYHOLD8 BUNION FOR DRAFTEE (Ljvermore: There was a Blegger family reunion at their farm biwne last Sunday in honor of their son, Dave Biegger and, wife of CoquiUe, Oregon, wba Y'*Jted with W* par, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegger. Pave will leave for the army on Oct. 31. Those attending were Mrs- Angellne Wonderly, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Knutslein, Mrs. Joste Sarge- ant,.Mi8s Caroline Wonderty *Jl of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs, Al, ber| Wondfrty of Somera, Mr. and . . the past week on a furlough from the Great Lakes Naval training station and will leave Sunday. He is a 'former" Doan resident having been reared here. The following families wpre present, Dean Andrews of Burt. Loyal Youngs of Algona, Henry Mertz, Dale Struthers, Van Hansen, Allyn Brink and Theo. Hoover and Mrs. Rosa Andrews. __V— CLARENCE OARSTENSEN VISITS WITH BURT FAMD^Y •Lakota: Clarence Carstensen, aon of Mrs. Andrew Anderson, formerly of Burbank, California, who was on his way to attend a 3 month school at Troy, Ohio, surprised his family by spending a three day furlough with them. He will return to Portland, Oregon, when his 3 months school are finished. He and his mother drove to Sioux Falls last week Monday to see Clarence's brother, Staff Sergeant Harold Carstensen. Marcus Rdppentrop, who is in training at the Great Lakes Naval training center, surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop by a phone call from Algona where they met him and brought him home for a few days' furlough. Joe took him to Mason City last week Sunday. WESLEY BOY ENLISTS IN NAVY AT DES MOINES Wesley: Dwight "Speed" Wagner enlisted in the navy and passed the physical examination lit Des Moines Wednesday. He is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner. Benny Wagner Is in the navy and is located In the naval recruiting office at Mason City. Service men who lately spent furloughs here are: Staff Sergeant Gaylord Sanders of the signal corps, Washington, D. C.; Paul Gannon of Camp Shelby, Mississippi; Louis Simpson of Camp Bowie, Texas; Staff Sergeant Urban Richter wno has 1 been transferred from San Louis Obispo, Calif., to Berry Field, near Nashville, Tenir., where he will be in the air corp; and Emory Goodnow Louis. Mrs. McDermott P* ,Lu. , Verne, Mr. and Mrs. John Won- dertey of I4verm<»W. ' * of the navy from St. -V— UVERMORE BOY IN NAVY FOUR YEARS, VISITS HERE Llverraore: Mr. and Mrs. Claire Roepke of New York, visited Monday at the Oscar Olson home. Claire has been In the navy for the past four years. He was .recently married to a, Montana, girl and has been visiting his parents, Mr .and Mrs. George Roepke in Algona. He was born and raised in Livermore. Mrs. J. C. Kelly attended the wedding Wednesday of her niece, Mary Frances Kodlec of Iowa City to Sergeant Paul Long in the U. S. Marine Corps of Tyrone, Pennsylvania. They will make their home in PensylYsnJa. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Smith entertained a| a farewell dinner Sunday In honor of their son, Edward, Who left on Monday for Pes Moln«s to be Inducted iitto the army, Thoae attewJlny were Mr. and Mrs, Albert PordweU *nd family, Mr. ajjd Mrs, Milton Armstrong a»d family, Wr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and Archie. 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