The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 27, 1942
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IRVINGTON WOMEN ATTEND PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP MEET Irvington: Mrs. Arthur Krause and Mrs. John Schultz will attend the first training school of the sen- son oti Wednesday at the home of Mrs. alias. Nygaard In Prairie township, this meeting Including also the ladles of Irv!.ngton township who are designated as leaders in the ladles farm bureau work. On Thursday Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Ralph Lage Will be Joint hostesses to the farm bureau ladies of the south portion of Irvington township. AH interested are cordially invited to attend this afternoon meeting. Mrs. Lewis Scheppmanr arrd new baby son, Leon Martin, arrived at home from the hospital last Wednesday by ambulance. Both are reported as doing nicely the Schepp- mans also have another child. Mrs. John Johnson Is recuperating nicely at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Johnson entered the hospital last Wednesday. Vote for Mis. Clara Walker Democratic Candidate for County Recorder Your Vote Will be Appreciated Vote for John Fraser Democratic Candidate for C Supervisor D First istrict Your Support Will be Appreciated Wed.-Thui-s.-Frl., Oct. 28-29-30 Wednesday Calendar Cupons and Bargain Mattnee The story of the girls the town pointed at! THEY DARE BREAK CONVENTIONS lov&! Barbara George Geraldine STANWYCK • BRENT • FITZGERALD •rith Nancy Donald COLEMAN • CRISP Added "Buttle of Midway" Saturday, October 31 Too Tough for Dodge City! Radio's entertainers Patriot and Lover ...WYATT EARP! i with KENT TAYLOR t « EDGAR BUCHANAN FRANCES GIFFORD Fun for the entire family THEGAY, Don Wilson Barbara Jo Allen Myrtle Wiseman 11:30—Entire New Show—11:30 Contests—Apple Ducking, Pie. KatinR, ete. The Spooks Will Get You! Suspense thriller—If you can take :t—if you can sit through entire show, you will receive free (except for 4c tax) a ticket to Veronica Lake and Brian Donlevy in "THE GLASS KEY" Wed. or Thurs., Nov. 4 or 5 Sundajj-BIonday-Tuesday, November 1-8-8 George MONTGOMERY ABB RUTHERFORD Caiole LANDIS IT'S HEP... IT'S HOT! i Con* ROMERO 'GLENN MILLER , and his band Arleno Fraser Becomes Bride— Arlcne M. Eraser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fraser of Algona, Became the br'de of Arnold L.. Emery of Pueiblo, Colorado, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Emery of Coon Rnp- ds, In a beautiful ceremony Saturday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Father J. M. Mallinger performed tho single ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with candles, palms and ferns./ The ushers were Wendell Emery of Pocahontas, brother of the groom, and Clair Reding of Omaha, Nebraska, cousin of the bride. The best man was Kenneth Fraser, brother of the bride, and the ma'd of honor was Mary D. Conner, Des Molnes, cousin of the bride. Other attendants were Phyllis M. Eischeid, Mason City, cousin of the bride, and Mary L. Bierstedt, Moline, Illinois, friend of the 'bride and groom. M'<ss Josle McEvoy furnished the nuptial music. Francis Mullins sang Sacred Heart Song, Ave Maria and On This Beautiful Day. The bride was attired in a Spanish styled chalk white crepe dress with a basque and sleeves of. chantMly lace. Her bou- LOCALS Father R. V. Sweeney spent a few days the first of the week at Hinton, Iowa, where he visited his mother. Sirs. William Oeeriiig Is entertaining the members of the Royal Neighbor club this afternoon- (Tuesday) at her home. Sir. and Mrs. Jack Hilton spent the week end in Minneapolis where they attended the Minnesota- Michigan football game. n. O. Bjustrom went to Onmlia Sunday where he will spend a few days on a buying trip for the B.ius- trom Furniture store. Blr. £»Ul Mrs. N. J. vCr&wford spent Sunday at Spencer at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan spent the week end at Toledo. Iowa, at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Doirald Cronan. Mr. and Mrs; G. D. Brundage jpent Sunday at Ames visiting their daughter, Maxine, who is a freshman at the Iowa State College. Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and son, Jimmy are spending the week at Victor at the home of Mrs. Fra.ts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McGa- nee. Mrs. Roy Berrio and family of Mason C.'.ty spent the week end in Algona at the home of Mrs. Berrie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Barry. Sr. Four Corner News The Louis Lowmans of Ferrton were Saturday callers at the Art Alexanders. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter and son of Mendota, 111., were last week end /rsitors of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Light and fam-. ilv of Bricelyn, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wvn. Drayton. Twelve ladies dropped iln Friday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon .was spent visiting and cake and coffee \vas served. Mrs. Rich received many nice and useful gifts. Mrs. Art Alexander was happily surprised on her birthday last Tuesday afternoon when 12 friends and neighbors dropped in to ^lelp her celebrate. Pictures were taken and cake and coffee wore served. Mrs. Alexander received many fine gifts. Homer Gregory and Vern Teeter finished combining beans at the Everett Withams last Wednesday. Beans were in good shape to harvest before the rato and the boys believe in getting them out, working until four o'clock in the morning when the nights are fit. quet was an orchid surrounded with Jahill roses and white mums. Her only ornament was a pearl necklace a gift of the groom. TUe maid of honor's dress was rose satin with a silk net over skirt. Her bouquet was Of pink pomopms. The bridesmaid's dresses were similar '.n stylo to the miaid of honor 'in gold and sage green. Their bouquets were of bronze showered mums. Following- the ceremony a breakfast IRVINGTON NEWS The Wm. Fralvm family has mov ed from one of the Hanna ranches where Mr. Frahm was employed to the Frank Asa house 'in Irvington. Miss Roberta Stalling is spending a four day vacation with h?r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal SkilltoR. Roberta is a public school music teacher at Ashton. Mrs. Wm. Boklridge, Sr. was the victim of a very painful accident recently when she fell while work- ins w:-th some screens and in some manner broke a bone in her ankle. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Clyde Burtis of Mason City, death resulting from an operation performed at a Mason City hospital last Friday evening. Burial wMl be at Algona on Tuesday afternoon. Many years ago the Burtis family lived on the farm now owned by the Hal Skillings. Mr. and Mrs. Rasme Hanson and son, Leonard, drove to Livermore last Saturday (a week ago) to get Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weaver and three children. Alvin has been home on a furlough from Fort Omaha where he is stationed and has been visiting friends and relatives in this community. He returned to Omaha Sunday night. Mrs. Florence Calhoun and Mrs. Regirra Boss were jotat hostesses last Wednesday afternoon to the Plum Creek Literary society. Mrs. Ethel Johnson reviewed the 'book, "I Have Come a Long Way," wh'le Mrs. Nellie McWhorter reported on the recent county federation meeting at Burt. The next regular meeting will be on Nov. 4 with Mrs. Beulaih Seeley and Mrs. Florence Bleich as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips were at Spencer a week ago Sunday, where they were guests at the Peter Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Philips of Deadwood, S. D., were also guests of the Nelsons. Mrs. Phillips is the Nelsons' daughter and Clarence is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. The Dakota Phillips had returned to Iowa on a business mission in connection with a farm which they own near Estherville. ng held at the Algona Hotel and a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in the afternoon. For the past year the ibride has been employed in the office of the Tobin Packing company at Fort Dodge. The groom '« in tho executive offices of the Denver Rio Grande Western railway at Pueblo, Colorado, where they will make their home after November 1. Birthdays Celebrated — Mra. Mary Jane Clark of Algona and Ladora Peter of Webster City celebrated their 92nd and first iblrth- days, respectively, on Sunday, October 25, at the home of Ladora's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter of near Webster Ctty. Mrs.' Clark is Ladoras great-great-grandmoth- cr. Six of the eight living grandparents attended the celebration. They were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, great-grandparents Mrs. J. F. Granzow, great-great- grarrdmothcr and Mrs. Mary J. Clark, great-great-grandmother, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Tjaden of Burt also attended. Mrs. Tjaden is an aunt of Ladorn. Mrs. Louise Peter of Algona and her mother-in-law of Story City were unable to attend. The centerpiece consisted of two large liirthday cakes. Ladora's cake had one candle Mi the center and Mrs. Clark's had candles placed to form the figure 92. Soldier Honored — About 40 neighbors and fr'onds gathered at the Mike Pfeffer home 5 miles oast on the McGregor street road Sunday to visit with Pvt. Francis J. Pfeffer of Fort Stevens, Oregon. He has been home on a 14- day furlough. Those present beside the guest of honor and his family were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen and family, Jim, Julia and Helen McEnroe, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McEnroe and John of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludw:.g of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz and family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and family of Sexton, Harry Diebler and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann of Algona. Pvt. Pfeffer leaves from Ames Tuesday (today.) Dinner Honors Jas. Murtagh — James Murtagh was guest of honor at a dinner at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Sunday afternoon. ' Out of town guests attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kruse of Vinton, • Jean Murtagh of Iowa City, and Mable Cratty and Dora Wallace of ' Minneapolis. Miss Cratty is Mrs. Murtagh's siister. James left Monday evening for Camp Callan, California, where he is stationed in the army. Shower for Mrs. Tjadon — A miscellaneous shower was held aturday at the Henry Tjaden home at Burt in honor of Mrs. William Tjaden, the former Margaret Morgan, who was married October 1. About 50 guests attended and the aride received marry beautiful gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Ivan Long and Mrs. Howard Long of Algona, Mrs. Prank Cruikshank and Miss Abble Tjaden of Burt. A two course luncheon was served after which the bride opened her gifts. Plum Creek Club Meets — The Plum Creek Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Ross Calhoun Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Regina Baas as assisting hostess. The opening number was presented by the hostesses after which the club song was sung. A report was given by Mrs. Ray MeWhorter of the Federated club meeting held at Burt recently. A book review entitled 'Tve Come a Long Way," written by Helena Kuo, was glvon by Mrs. Ethel Johnson. Birthday Celebrated- Bert Baldwin was host to four couples Tuesday evening of last JWWYWWWWWVWVWW £ IIT* • * > •I Winterize 1 week at a dinner at tfook'd Lunch* room Hi hott6* of hi« wife's birth* day. A large birthday cake wai placed In the centef of the table. Following the dinner bridge was played at the Baldwin home. Those, present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wll- klns, Mr. ahd 'Mrs. E. F. Skllling, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk and Mrs. Wlllafd Oregson. Sunday School Party- Mrs. A. L. Brovtfn entertained the eight members of her Sunday School class Friday evening at her home. Games were played after a lunch was served .to the group. Members of the class are Donald Heiserodt, Jerry Kuchenreuther, Edward Lalng, George Platt, Delmar Peterson, Dicky Samp, Edward Thompson and Gordon Brown. All of the members are In the fourth grade. Jr. O. C. Party— The members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce will entertain their wives at a party tomorrow evening (Wednesday) in the Junior Chamber club rooms. A buffet supper will be served at seven o'clock Following the supper a "magician from Mason City will entertain the group after which the evening will be spent socially. Potluck Supper at Church— A War Time Service Fund program will be given at a potluck supper tonight (Tuesday) at the Presbyterian church. The speaker of the evening will be the Rev. Ekehoff, pastor of the Presbyterian church at West Bend. There will also be music and community singing. Mrs. Williams Honored— Mrs. Carl Haase, Mrs. Craig Smith. Mrs. Jack Hilton, and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee were hostesses to a group of women this afternoon; (Tuesday) at a dessert bridge at the home Of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson at a stork shower for Mrs. Robert Williams. Four tables of bridge were in play. Sorority to Meet— The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Dorothy Miller this evcnlrrg (Tuesday) for a regular meeting. An eight o'clock breakfast, -vriis held at the home of President Thelma Knudsen Sunday in honor of the new pledges to the sorority. Fellowship Club to Meet— The Fellowship club of the Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow for a Hallowe'en party. Ass.'st- Ing hostesses will be Wttella SkoW and Mr, and MrS, 'Keith Stfayer. • •« Candlelight Club Mrs-. C. H. Beardsley efttertnlhed the members of the Candlelight club at a seven o'clock dinner .Ba^ urday everting at her home. There are nine 'members in the club and Mrs. M. P. Weaver and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner were guests. Surprise for Everett Lee- Everett Lee was guest of honor Friday evening: at h!-s home at H surprise party when twelve couples dropped Irr to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening. WHS spent socially after which time a lunch was served. ityl^thetM'ciiu'r'cTwfl 1 day evenlivg at eight o'clock at the ''^&SSf^VS&' nW and reff68hw*tlt«. Guild to The Wesleyan Guild of the Meth- od'at church met Monday evening In the church dining room Ber- nlce Dodds was the chattman In charge. Election of officers was held at this time. Mrs. N. A. Price was the principal speaker. WINTER SERVICE Don't delay putting anti-freezein your car radiator. We have a good supply on hand, Make all the necessary repairs to keep your car operat'mg smoothly for the duration. Drive in today and have us check your car over. Thirty years mechanical experience. Get our estimates, on body and fender work. We recently bought the Igou Body Works and are equipped to take out a few dents or rebuild wrecks. ALLEN Motor Co.. W. E. Allen y. Tliorington You Can Buy these New Machines Until November 1st After That We Don't Know What ¥011 Can Buy, But We Have These Items in Stock One Allla-CIuatoners "O" .Tractor Spring Tooth Harrow* New Idea Tractor Spreaders on new rabbet -' Hog Feeders ' : ...>.':• Plows , DoLaval Cream Separator* ^ • ', Electric, oil; bunilng and cob «M>k heaters > Water Tanks Land Rollers , " ' Hammonnllts Hamtnermlll Belts * Mowers Harrow Draw Bars v Electric Pump Jacks Motor Fanning Mill , . Various other machines are available If orient a* MH»t USED MACHINERY AUIs-Chalnwrs 60 Combine ' " Nd. 20 John Deere Picker uti^. John Deere "B" tractor on steel with «iW<ra«w ' MoCormlck-Deering Iregular tractor on steel with cultivator ' John Deere "CK. P." tmotor on steeL reconditioned Wood Bros. 26" steel thresher . Oliver Blackhawk spreader 5 Oood Plows Waterloo 6 h. p. gas engine % "D. box for I. H." O. pickup Planters and separator . Mptor drive pump jack One lO'xlff laying house Bradley Bros. Painted and South Hotel Algona Phone 714 FOREWARNED Your car will go just as fat in peace or war—try Parks Super Service. A Cold Motor Needs a Well- Charged Battery Do what you can to save youi car from the cold. Let us check and charge your battery to assure you quick, normal starting even in the coldest weather. War-time demands on your car are no less in winter. And you have been forewarned as to how to keep your car running! Chainplin Gas and Oils Park's Super Service Phone 798 State and Harlan Streets Auction Sale Saturday, October 31st Sale starts at 1 p. m. on farm located 3 miles east on No. 10 from Goldfleld, 1 mile east and 1 mile south. . > 50 Poland China We offer£o you our herd of Poland China boars—the big type, from four different blood lines. They, grow fast and they grow ibig. Diamond King—Balancer-^FasbJon Lad—What-A-Boy-four famous herd boars. ENTERTAINMENT FREE LUNCH Oscar Watne & Sons H. D. Duncan and R. K. WIT, Auctioneers 43* Your Carii Have your battery checked and the oil and grease changed. Be aure you have plenty of anti-freeze. Guaranteed Lubrication (Solvent Processed) Johnson's D-X Station T ODAY, October 27, is Navy Day, a day set aside to honor tlje officers and men in the TJ, S. Navy, We are prouft to pay tribute to these men who daily, gallantly fight for Freedoto and our Unite'd States. These men are continuing the noble tradition set up by men like John Paul Jones, ]?ai'- ragut and Dewey who, with the same courage attd perseverance that our men are showing today, gave us Victory in the past. Today we honor outr presentrday naval heroes who also fight to bring Victory Day closer! The Algona Upper Des Moines • -,,„* *^^ ™ ^

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