The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 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 20, 1942
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FARMER CHANGES SCHEDULED IN UNION TOWNSHIP Union: "Jack" Grandjennett will remain on the Harry Keith farm the coming year. Henry Dacken will move to the farm occupied by IVanH Hofius and the Hofiius family will move to their own far-n north of the Black Cat. Joe Kriops from Sexton will move to the farm of his father, Nick Krieps. Ernest Godfredson will move to the Harrison farm vacated by Dacken. Floyd Gardner is buMding a new nog house on his farm here. Louis Heerdt is visiting relatives at Hector, Minn., prior to leaving for induction into the army. Nellie Jenkinson, Ada Hofius and Julia Taylor met at the Taylor home recently aa a bommitte'e to make the favors for the county federation meeting to be held on Tuesday. Mrs. Don Boevers and Want daughter came home from the Kossuth hospital In Algona last Thursday. Mrs. Boevers sister, Phyllis, a Mrs. Maxwell of Des Molnes will care for them. The baby has been named Penelope Susan. HENRY WILBERf,, SENECA, HEARS OF SISTER'S WEDDING Seneca; Henry. WVlbeirg received a telegram recently from his sister, Mildred in Santa Monica, Calif, telling of her marriage Tuesday, Oct. 13, to Harry Bonnicksen of Ringsted. Harry left for California some weeks ago and since his arrival there has received his call from the local draft board. He has to renort at Des Moirrcs Oct. 2!>. Mildred, aeompanied by Mrs. Chalmer Bonnicksen, RingsteJ, went to California the early twut of September and has been employ- be called for by trucks later. The e d ns a spot welder ni the Lockheed Burt School Pupils Active in Scrap Drive Burt: School was dsmissed Friday so that pupils might o.wist in the scrap drive. The high school boys went out with the business men to the farms and piled up scrap to grade school children, supervised by the high school girls, canvassed the town. Each room had n place to p.Me scrap and a contest was held to see which room could gather the most valuable pile of scrap. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen Democratic Candidate for Clerk of t Court YOUR SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED Check Your Tires Carefully! It is to save rubber that we arc driving 35 miles an hour arrd planning to ration gas. Don't miss any bets on your tires. Drive in and have them rotated and balanced to save wear. See that your car is greased a little oftener, and that you change oil frequently to assure perfect operation. Have your battery checked too. Use Champlin Gas and Oil Park's Super Service Phone 798 State and Harlnn Street Football Tairills of Iftll! Friday and Saturday, Oct. 33-34 Important program! What strange fear lies behind thi life of this pretty Girl By UIB director ol the famous DR.XILDARE" pictures! with PHILIP DORN DOMNA REED PHILIP BROWN Second Feature "THE WORLD AT VVAB" M-C-M Plctur* Suuday r Mouday-Tuesduy, Oct. 25-36-27 Wed.- Thurs., Oct. 21-22 See it sure! says Kate Smith aircraft corporation. No further details have been learned. SENECANS HOLD FAMILY' REUNION AT ALGONA Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson, Robert Halverson and the Otto Wilbergs drove to Algona Monday evening, where they met the rest of the Halverson family includ.'.ng the Ronald Careys, Linus Jensens and Jcrrold Halversons of Rirrgsted, the Alfred Enness of Ames and Anna Ullestad of Aide and Jess Hal- versons, Algona, and had their family picture taken after which trmy spent the evening at the Jess Halverson home where they celebrated Ronald Carey's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enness and Mrs. Ullestad returned to their home at Ames and Alden Tuesday. Tommy Nielsen, who reported at Camp Dodge. Des Moines, Tuesday was still there the latter part of the week. Mrs. Fred Hutchison and infant son of Terril have been spending the pnst week at the Mervin Widdle and C. C. Voigt homes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson and children, Algona, were last week Saturday callers at the Marinus Nelson home. Mr. Olson is Mrs. Nelson's brother. Margaret Korrect, Rock Rapids, S. D., spent several days visiting at the Dan and Joe Lynch homes. She also visited at Ames where Dennis Lynch is enrolled at Iowa State College. She looked after some real estate in the community. While playing at his homo Tuesday, Raymond, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, fell on a broken crock cutting deep gashes in one of his limbs. He was rushed immediately to a physician where five clamps were necessary to close the wound. At this writing he has improved very sat- isfactor.My. Mesdames Clarence Osborn and Earl Osborn were hostesses to their circle of the W. S. C. S. at the former's home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mervin Widdle has charge of the study topic. Guests included Mesdames Anna Osborn and P. Jensen, Fenton, Mrs. Jennie Jen sen of R.'.ngsted and Mesdames Roj Osborrr, Lester Osborn, Martin Wilberg and Henry Looft,"' On Friday afternoon Lyle accom ponied Mrs. Charles Osborn to Charles C.'ty, where they spent th night at the Neal Osborn home. Thi Neal Osborns returned to Serreca to spend Sunday at a family get- together. Ray Osborn accompaniec by Wm. Osborn, left Friday afternoon for Cherokee where they expected to meet Marian Osborn anc bring him home with them. QUOTES Payne-Reynolds Weddlnfc— Nofma Payne, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, bo came the bride of Jesse Reynolds oldest son of Mrs. Lyle Reynolds Monday morning at St. Cecellas church at seven. Father Malltngei officiated. Ruth Payne of Mason City attended her sister and Duane Reynolds, brother of the bridegroom was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to members of the wedding party and guests at the home ol the bride's party. The tbride is a graduate of St. Ce- :el.Vs academy and ,1s employed at the Quarton & Miller law offices where she plans to continue her work. Mr. Reynolds attended the Algona high school and is employed at Zender's Clothing store. Fol- owing the wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds left on a wedding trip to Chicago. \V. 8. C. S. Circics Meefc— Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church wMl meet Thursday at 2 p. m. with the following hostesses: Mrs. A. E. Michel's circle with Mrs. Ray Beamish. Mrs. E. J. Hermanson's circle with Mrs. A. Spongberg. Mrs. Clint Lighter's circle with Mrs. Joe Dietrich. (Mrs. W. C. Irelan's ci.rcle with Mrs. H. M. Olson. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen's circle In the church dining room. Mrs. T. C. Hutchison's circle.with Mrs. Victor Parsons. Mrs. R. W. Anderson's circle with Mrs. W. H. Rockey. Shower for Mrs. Helle— Mrs. Walter Llchter, Mrs. William Geering and Mrs. Andy Johnson entertained at a post-nuptial linen shower for Mrs. Arne Helle who is visiting here from Lansing The party, given Friday evening, was held at the home of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Fred Powell won first prize at bridge, Mrs. Lewis Garmann, second; Mrs. Ann Zittritsrh the low prize and Mrs. Albert Spongberg and Mrs. George Sctiff- ham received the chair prizes. Mrs. Helle was the widow of the late Roy Rneder and they lived here many years. Home Builders Class— The Home Builders class of the Methodist church will hold its regular meeting Wednesday evening in :he church dining room. A 0:30 din- icr will be served. Walter Klamp are BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Walter Schiltz underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital in Algona last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Delma'r Fischer are the parents of a daughter born last Monday at the C. J. Stauder home. Peggy Deitering left Friday evening for Chicago for a week's visit with Mary Dyer and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eckhardt. Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson, Chula Vesta, Calif., arc tho parents of a boy. Mrs. Henderson was the former Elvina Hawbaker. Miss Estella Elsbecker returned home last Friday after visiting for the past month at New York, Washington, Balt.'.m'ore, Fort Meade, Md., and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth and Robert and LaVerne Wolfe spent 3unday and Monday in St. Paul. Mr. Foth made arrangements for a job in a defense plant. , Elizabeth Lnttimer, formerly em- nloyed at the Bell Telephone office : n Estherville, left last. Sunday for Sioux City, where she has been transferred and will be employed there. Mr. arrd Mrs. Nick Aihr, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aihr, of Jcsup, and Mr. and Mrs. George Faith of Liv«?r- more were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard. The following were entertained at a party at the William Schneider home last Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diers, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hatten and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schneider and son, Fenton. A party honoring Lyle Priebe, who left Tuesday for the army, wa» held at the Ralph Priebe home on Sunday. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. ''red Habeger and family of Burt, Harry Otto of Adams, Minn., Robert Eichenberger and Ernest Pr.'-ebe of Fenton, Mr and Mrs. August Peterson of Swea City, and Jerry Doocy of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske entertained the following at dinner Saturday evening: Pvt. Emil Vaske, of Ft Leavenworth, Kansas, Mrs. Johanna Vaske, Valeria and Linus. Vtr and Mrs. Leander Vaske and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin 1 Fangman and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Jrvin Ulses and Tommy, Clarence /aske and Lorraine Augustine of Algona. Orville Farrow, who left for the army Tuesday evening was honor- id at a dinner last Sunday at the 31 em Diers home. Guests were: «tr. and Mrs. John Farrow and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Orv'Ile Farrow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gink and Bobby, Mr, and Mrs 'rank Diers, Mr. and Hrs. Jalc? Mr. and Mrs. heads of tho committee in charge and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom are In charge of the program which will consist of moving pictures shown by Dick Norton of the defense projects being worked on in Algona by the Norton Machine Works. Plum Creek Bed Cross— The Plum Creek Red Cross has announced five first aid kits for rhc school/I and one for the community room. Twenty ladies have received their standard First Aid certificates following a course g'.-v- tertalned the members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship at a devp- tiohal and lesson meeting at the parsonage Sunday evening. The lesson was on Burma. Rev. and Mrs. P>lce, both fottner missionaries In the Far Bast, showed many Interesting curios from Burma and China. E. T. W. dub~Mcets— The Ei T. W. bridge club entertained at a party Thursday evening honoring Mrs. Arne Helle of Lansing who was a charter member of the group. Bridge was played at the home of Mrs. Bert Cronan and lunch was served at a cafe. Mrs. Helle will be remembered here as Mrs. Roy iRoeder. Bel Canto Red Cross Wjork— The members of the Bel Cairto music club will go to the Red Cross surgical dresslnlg rooms October 28 to fold 'bandages Instead of holding their regular meeting. Tenta- ttve plans are to devote alternate meetings to the Red Cross work. Birthday Party- Raymond Gold was nine years old Trlday and in honor of the occasion entertained fourteen boys and jirls at the home of h!s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gold. The children played games from four until six o'clock and were served a lunch. Shower for Mrs. Norton— Mesdames W. F. Steele, E. J. Hermanson, W. H. Walker and Dale Simons are entertaining a group of ladies this afternoon (Tuesday) at at a dessert-bridge party at Hotel Algona. Mrs. Richard Norton is the honorce at a stork shower. Lutheran "75" Club Meets— Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson, Jr., entertained the members of the "75" club of the First , Lutheran church at a masquerade Hallowe'en party at their home Friday evening. The club consists of young married couples of the church. en by Delia Frarrkl at the community room. At the conclusion of the lessons the ladies presented Miss Frankl with a purse in appreciation of her work with them. Methodist Yputh Fellowship- Rev, and Mrs. N. A. Price en- Girls' Sewing Club Meets— .'.:•:•.. Helen Winkel entertained 'trie members of her sewing club Thursday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel. Members are Irene Thul, Mary Lamuth, Colleen Park, Cecelia Miller and Helen W.'.nkel. I,. O. A. Class— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. S). B. French. Mrs. Helen Paxson is the assisting hostess and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson is in charge of the program. Circle, Meets—• Mrs...Ti H. Chrischllles entertained Mrs. M. G. Bourne's circle of the Congregational church at her home Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. H. W. Pletch. St. Benedict Parish Party- Circle No. 3 of the Catholic church at St. Benedict will hold a card party party at the parish hall Thursday evening, Oct. 22. Everyone is invited to attend. Informal Teaf— Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertained six ladies at an informal tea Wednesday evening at her home on North Jones street. NEW PASTOR TAKES OVER REFORMED CHURCH, TITONKA Tltoiikaj Rev.' and MM. Fran-k Snuttjer and three daughters of Lennox, S. D., arrived Wednesday at the Ramsey Reformed' parsonage with their household goods. Rev. Schnuttjer is the new pastor at the Reformed church and preached his first sermon Sunday, Oct. 18. Wednesday evening the members of the Ladles' Aid prepared ami served a ch.'.cken dinner as a welcome to the Snuttjers. Dinner was served to 16 members and the pastor's family. Mrs. Guy Bruns and Mrs. Otto Falk were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rlppentrop called on the Henry Van Hove family Friday evening. Mrs. James McColley and daughter, Glenda were at Forest City Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs., Henry Huisinga were Friday evening guests at the Thomas Loats home. Mrs. Wm. Rlcklefs and son, Arnold and lilllle Tapper were Mason City business callers Friday. Mrs. Guy Barton and Mrs. C. B. Egesflal and daughters were Algona shoppers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Schueler, Bancroft, were Friday evening visitors at the Marshall Frlest home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Helfner attended the jnonbhly mall carriers meeting at Lakota Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and children of Buffalo Center were Friday evening guests at the B. H. Meyers. Arthur Loats and Richard Isebrand enlisted '.n the ground crew of the Air Corps at Des Moines on Thursday. Mrs. Frank Clark entertained her Thursday bridge club. Mrs. R. C Ball and Mrs. Pierre Sartor won the .prizes. •• .-•,.•••, • . . ; Mr* and Mrs. Edward Sathoff entertained her parents, >Mr; and'Mrs; M.'O. AmUndson of St. Paul from Tuesday until.Friday. Minnie and Llllie Tapper and Viola (Lsebrand visited Thursday afternoon with Minnie and Lillie's mother, Mrs. Joe H. Tapper: Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and daughter, Marjorie, motored to Spirit Lake Friday to close their cottage for the winter. They returned home Saturday night. Mfss Jean French attended the football game at Algona Friday evening and Miss Jane Majhin and Miss Maxine McLeod of Algona accompanied her to Mason City Saturday and returned home with Jean to spend the week end at the Freirch home.......... osunty ffederAUoH of, W«* man's club* held It* Annual .fall meetlnf at Bart Tuesday wltR Mrs. Hdw&rd French, tiotmty chairman, in charge. Local members of the Tltonka Woman's club and Tltort- kft It's Time to Prepare 2—Insulate your attic- self at low cost. FOR WINTER NOW! 1—fEUl! your coal bin as full as you can. Coal may be scarce this winter because of car shortage, -you can do this your- 3—Inspect your doors and windows for weather stripping, ' 4—Put on Storm Sash, F. S. Norton & SOD Phone 229 Your S * L CO. Store LAST WE.EK! . . . "Your last chance fo take advantage of the remarkable savings, the outstanding values you'll find for your home, for every member of the family in S & L's great ST ANNIVERSARY SALE WEST BEND NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS GATHERED DURING THE WEEK West Bend: A number of friends and relatives went to the home of vtr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselmarr on Sunday evening to help the latter celebrate her birthday. Those pre- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Han- elman and family, William and Miss Laura Hanselman, Mr. and VIrs. Leo Hanselman and family, VTr. and Mrs. Elvin Hanselman and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bleu- 2r and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hernan Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Reinen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bal- Kemarr and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ed tV ! -chtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Drussel, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buenger f Algona, Henry Buenger of Chiago. A very vas spent. pleasant evening rigler and Dorrnie, Mr. and Mrs. Mescher, Mr. and Mrs. George Diers and Juiimy, Mr. and Mrs. larence Diers' and Beverly. Mr* Lee Olson, Bernice and Donald n,<j Harry Miss Doll Minger spent tho wsek nd visiting with relatives at La- 'orte City. Mrs. H. Frank Givens and Mrs. Frank Mikes were callers at Des Moines Friday. Miss Marjorie Anderson left for Sinn-hope where she spent the week end with her parents. Mrs. August Kiehl is a patient : .n :i hospital at Fairmont, Minn., where she is under observation. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Stone and son of Mason City spent Sunday at the W. W. Stone home. Miss Elaine Edgington- is spending this week visiting with Betty Lou Walker at Mason C : ty. Dale Dunn of Sioux City visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn a few days this week. Miss Wanda Coulson left Friday to spend the week end at th home of her parents at Storm Latto Mrs. Johnson of Des Moines is spending some time with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmons of Cherokee spent Sunday at the home of Mr. S.'mmons' mother, Mrs. Jea» Simmons. Mrss Norma McCollough of Emmetsburg spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. !. W. McCollough. • Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rein-hart and Mrs. Bertha Johnston came from Peoria, 111., Friday for a visit with local relatives and frf«nds. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. W. Williamsen of Kanawha were guests at the Rev. and Mrs. Elkhoff home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Herman Andersen and two children of Wallingford spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Andersen's father, Emory Bevard. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mimbach and daughter, Lola of Rerrwick spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mimbach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. DeWltt. The Rev. P. M. Dobberstejn returned Wednesday from a ten jay visit to Denver, Colo., whre lift, wen} v'sit to Denver, Colo., where he went Redemption. Jerry Munson entertained some of his little friends at the home of h:'.3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson afternoon in honor of his third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zaugg and R'.chard left Saturday for Fort Scott, Kansas, to visit Mr. Banwart's and Mrs. Zaugg's parents. Miss Mildred Faber, R. N., left for San Mateo, Calif., Saturday, where she has a position. Her brother, George took her to Boone where she boarded a train for that place. James Schmallen and Lee Dunn returned to the Great Lakes Nav al Training station Thusday after a week w.'th their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Schmallen and Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell und sons, D : .ckic and Ronnie of Algona and Miss Marion Rising of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Shellmyer. Mrs. Jerry Schutter entertained the Delta Alpha Sunday School class of the Presbyterian church at a seven o'clock dinner at his home Thursday evening^ The evenin-jj was spent in business meeting and a social hour. Miss Lela Frieden of Anamosa spent the week end at the home of Miss Frieden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frieden. Miss Frieden acompanied Miss Olden of Hardy to that place from Anamosa where they both teach. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Frieden left Friday morning fop a visit w.'th relatives in Missouri and Oklahoma. They will be at Burlington, Okla., Sunday to help Mr. Frieden's mother celebrate her 80th birthday. They expect to be gone a v/eek. Miss Florence Allen, who is studying nursing at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines, spent the week end w.Hh her parents, Mr. and Mi-s. A. C. Allen. Miss Allen is in her first year of study and is a graduate of the West Bend school with the class of 1942. Miss Grace McDowell of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived for a visit w'th her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. George McDowell. She left Sunday with them for Pierre, S. D., where they visited her brother, Geo. and also they will go to Cedaredge, Colo., where the Rev. McDowell, formerly was Methodist pastor. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter that their son, Di 1 . John M. M. gSchutter of Phoenix, Arizona has successfully passed bis state medical board examination. He and bis wife are living in Phoenf* where Dr. Schutter is an Interne and Mrs. Schutter is working in-the office of the hospital. LONG EVENINGS -FOR- READING Good eyes and good glasses If they are needed—odd pleasure to yonr precious reading Itours. Make sure your eyes are right EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardt Drug House Dresses Special group of assorted prints. Large selection of patterns and styles. Sizes 12 to 20 ami 38 to 44. Coconut Door Mats Keep your floors clean by using one of these practical mats. Generous size 14x23. . . Sweaters Service coats !.n medium weight cotton, choice of brown or grey, button front. Sizes 36 to 46. Men's Jackets Heavy weight hard finished suede cloth with fleece-yning for warmth. Zipper front Sizes 38 to 46. Percale Slips Made or pre-shrunk long-life per- cale-tex cotton, 12-month guarantee. Sizes 36 to 44. T-rose. These are just a few of the many, many sensational values awaiting you tomorrow! Don't miss out! Bedroom Specials Foi October 6 Piece Bedroom Group Walnut or Maple Bed, vanity chest and bench. Coil and inner spring mattress. Only a limited number. Other Suites Bed, Vanity and Chest of Drawers 5136.00 TO OOdPresserg $17,60 TO $29.60 Foster Furniture

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