The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1942 · Page 5
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BULLDOGS TO CLEAR LAKE .A. : badly cutlassed, out-niarih&d aftd. out-fought Algona team lost Sect Friday to the Clear Lake grid' ders on the latter'a Held, -The Bull' never showed any teal power or flfeht,' thjfoughdUt; tree 'gaftie. Aft* the opening kick-off the Clear Lakt boya marched to a touchdown'and later In the first quarter they acor ed again. ;. ffie.only bright spot in the gam c was the playing of 2)d Holdren for Algona. He was in on many tackles and every tMne he took the ball he made five or ten yards. In short Holdren was at his best, the same as he has been all year. Algona will have to Improve greatly to take Clarion on the lat- tef'a field tfilday. IOWA . Tu«sday, October 28th ChM. Butterworth Let the facts speak for them- Andrews Sisters selves. The U. S. government , presents ten years that shook the world. Uhurs.-Fri.-SaH., October 29-30-81 2 Features—2 Serials wlrii _ RICHARD TRAVIS JULIE BISHOP Second Feature John Mack Brown and Tex Rlttcr In . "LITTLE JOE WRANGLER" Added last chapter «Oapt Mldnlghtr serial alsp No. 1 Chapter "Spy Smasher" Serial NOW is the WATT WAIT to put in CHATTER BOX This year the slogan "Shop Early" may well be taken to mean exactly what is says because there will be no reorders on a great deal of merchandise. So make you? selections while our stock is complete. We have a grand assortment of gift items. (We like to have you come in and look around. JLR A new shiment of Ultra Creations — Gems pf Wood by Milton Sturm & Co. arrived last week. There are adorable whdt nots, mirrored knxik knack shelves, telephone wall brackets and graceful flower brackets in solid walnut. There are also . some danty fixtures tor flguy- ines or flowers, and magazlnu racks. JLR These clever pieces will add , v to the attractiveness* 9? an y ^ home. And we hajre an un- '-• usual assortment of Httlo items to put on them as.>ell as cute little flower pots In which to put your plants, For collectors we have bottles, , vases, slippers, dogs, pitchers, els, ; " • "' JLR If you are looking for a doll to put under the Christmas tree this year s you must see our beautiful issortment :whleh just arrived. JLR There are dolls with enchanting eyes, eyes that roll from side to aide and sleep. And any little g'<rl would love to cuddle our adorable Madame Alexander "Little Genius" dolls with soft rubber body, and eyes that sleep. Another (tern for decorative use on the walls Is out line of Decro-Art Home styk ing plaques, There is a special assortn>en.^ for each room in the bouse including the bathroom. *Tb«y we in gay colors. VPU can sort them to suit yourself. • Then, we have dolls in two sizes that say both "Mama" a 0 d "Papa" an.g the "Baby Precious" that cries as if her dolly heart i^ould break. ' . .. Another one of the You ar$ .ate-ays SUM: afpr«j. Wf like you SM |he new as % ayrivej, ./•• . ,, Walker," is almost, hvunam , She .sleeps, sits and walks. She is more a little g.V! doll than a baby doll, ';:'"• " v ' JLR We- also ftiVe the .popijlaji Sonja Henie doll with her syt- eate jujj of slothes, 4j»4 another dolly hAS .long braids a»4 bright star eye* that - c " RichardsonHdwe, Oet.a7.1912, Mrs. W. H. Hodges, who makes her momc with Mrs. Bert Deal, is quite ill at the Deal home. Julia Anne Bourne daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, is confined to her home with scarlet fever. Marian Rising and Lorraine Tler- ney of Des Moines spent the week emJ in Algona with relatives and fr.'«nds. Arlene Kapp began working at the new A. & P. store last week. She s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp. Mr. and Mrs. O, C. Ycomnn and daughter, Adra, spent Sunday at Webster City at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman. Ernest Anflnson spent the week end at Des Moines where he took an examination to join the navy. *3rnest is employed at the Pratt El- ictrle company. Ruth Dcarchs, employed at Den Moines with the Look magazine company, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearrchs. Eugene Van Alstyne, who Is Jn army and stationed at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Van Alstyne. Miss Princilll Ix> ss left Monday morning for Rochester where she will receive treatment for lead poisoning. Miss Loss Is employed at the local telephone office. Helen Moad and Kay Mills spent the week end at Grlnnell visiting friends. Both girls are graduates of Grlnnell college, and room at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Steele. J. C. Buthman went to Estherville Monday Where he attended a meeting of the Esthervfllle jftjb- district group. A dinner was served at the Gardston Hotel preceding the meeting. •; Mrs. Jess Deen and children,! Donna and Danny, and Mrs. Will-', iam C. Dau and daughter, Evelyn, spent the week end at Walnut, Iowa. Mrs. Deen attended to business matters and Mrs. Dau visited relatives. Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle underwent an .operation at a Rochester hospital Thursday. Mr. Clapsadle spent Monday with her. Mrs. usta Patterson is keeping house for Mr. Clapsaddle and the twins during Mrs. Clapsaddle's absence. Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold and son, Joel Dean, who have been visit- ng for the past week at the C. A. Gellenfeld home, left Saturday evening for. Macomb, Illinois, where they will make their home. Mr. Brunsvold is doing defense work at Macomb. Jean Murtagh, student at the State University at Iowa City, and Mrs. Tom Kruse of Vinton, spent the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and visiting their brother, James, who Js home on a few days' furlough from the army. / .Hubert (Pete) Deal, son of Mr./ and Mrs. Bert Deal, saw his Line Boss, R. S. Ramlson, elctrocuted' Friday afternoon at Hampton. Mr Ramison and Pete were on the sami telephone pole whert the accidcn happened. Pete is employed b> the R. E. A. nt Hamoton. Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs spen several days Ipst week at Camp Crowder near Joplin, Mo., where they visited their son Dale, who is In the intelligence department of the U. S. army. Dale likes army lue and has gained twenty pounds since being inducted last spring. Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Mr. and vlrs. H. W. Pletch went to Des VToines Friday where they will spenc a few days. Mrs. Nugent went on to Grinnell to visit her daughter, Mary Lee, who is a student at Grf.n- nell college, then oh to Cedar Rap- lids to visit relatives and friends. Rosetta Barker and Katbryn I Kelly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green to Minneapolis Friday where they attended the Minnesota- Michigan football game, Mr. and Mrs. Green visited relatives and fr.'ends. Rosetta is employed at Laing and Muckey's and Kathryn nt the Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors. Fred Plumb returned Saturday mprning from Chicago, where he visited his son. Oliver. 18, and nt- tended tlje latter's graduation exercises at Navy Pier on Friday. Oliver now has the rating of-a petty officer, being an aviat.'on machinists mate third class. Where he is to be stationed is not known. Mi Plumb also visited his parents an other relatives at Chicago. Pvt. Francis J. Pfeffer of For Stevens, Oregon, arrived Monda evening to spend a 14-day furloug with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M J. Pfeffer and other relatives. Pvt Pfeffer has been in the service ainn Sept. 22, 1941 and this is his firs furlough. Two other sons are als in the service, Pvt, Henry D. Pfeffe of Fort Lewis, Washington, ant. Pvt. Michael F, Pfeffer, of Camp Berkeley, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. J Bourne lef last Wednesday for Phoenix, Ari zona, where they will spend tH< winter. The Bourne's have speri a number of winters in Arizona and find the climate very agreeable They make the trip 'n their own auto. Phoenix .'a-where Mrs. Frajer has been spending the winters lately. The former Gladya Tribon, now Mrs Otis, Paddock, is also i resident pf Phoenix. . ' Holy Communion will be held on Wednesday morning at 10:30 at St Thomas' church. The Rcbeltah* will meet this evening (Tuesday) for a Hallowe'en party at the Dehnert hotel. Mrs. L. F. Rice entertained the members of the Knitting club Monday afternoon at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig came the parents of a baby boy born Friday at the General hospital. . Mrs. Perry Collins will entertain the members of the Merry Mixers club Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. J. A. Johnson entered the Kossuth hospital Wednesday where she Is receiving medical treatment. Mrs. Maurice Llbott at talm Springs, Calif., arrived Friday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Elsie Cady. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rohrcn of Cherokee spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rockey. Mrs. S. A. Halcotnb of Milford spent the latter part of the week at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. I. Merryman. Mrs. W. A. Hardy returned from Minneapolis Sunday where she hn.d spent the past week with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Woodward and Mrs. Glen Raney and daughter, Meredith, spent Saturday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Goddcn became the parents of a baby girl born Thursday. They have named her Linda Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. H. 1* Gllmore spent the week end at Clarinda with their daughter, Mary Louise, who is cm- ployed at the state hospital. Mrs. C. C. Wright returned to her home Sunday after spending the past few weeks at Fort Dodge where she underwent an operation. Betty Kohlhaas, a teacher in the Swaledale schools, is spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Phil Kohlhaas. Mrs. T. H .Holmes went to Wall Lake Saturday for a few days with her friend, Mrs. Eric Schm.'<3t. She is expected home the middle of the week. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool, their son Dick, and Elaine' Kinsey spent the week end in Minneapolf-s and attended the Minnesota-Michigan game. Among Algonans who attended the Minnesota-Michigan game Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel. Dick Pool, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool, will leave this week for Santa Ana, California, where he has been ordered to report for duty in the Army Air Corps. David VVelsbrod, Hurt, formerly of Algona, expects to leave soon f jr Santa Ana, California, to attend the aviation cadet "school. He is to report bJF-November 4; Jean Devine left Monday for Colman. Nevada, where she will be employed by a naval construction company. Jean as formerly employed at the Elk Cleaners. Rev. and Mrsw L, Rlchmann of Burt, Mrs. Loren Brown, and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the funeral of Rev. Martin Seltz at Atlantic Friday. Rev. Seltz was formerly at Burt. The Infant son of Mr,, and Mrs. Vincent Esser was baptized Harold Arthur Sunday at St. Cecelia's church by Rev. J. M. Mallinger. Sponsors were Marie Pfeffer and James Esser. Tom Holmes has been confined t< his home the past day or two with the flu. Mr. and Mi-a. Bt. A. Tuttle ancl son, Richard, will spend the week end at Perry at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G A. Burrell and at Des Molnes at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danlelson of Brlstow became the parents of a son born October 9 at Charles City The baby Is their first child and was named Carl Edward for his two grandfathers. Mrs. Danielson is the former Edna Mae Fitch, daughter of Mrs. P. W. Hanson. Among the Ijowa notables who visited Washington, D. C., last week was Lieut. James Murtagh, who was mentioned In the society columns as follows: "Another service visitor this week was Lieut. James Murtagh, who plans to visit his parents In Algona, Iowa, before going on to h'a new post in California." Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Briggs and son, Ronald, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, and Dorothy Sobers spent the week end at Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and visited at the Clalr Wer- nersen and Ralph Wermersen lomes. They also visited Esther javrenz, who makes her home with he Cla'.r Wermersens. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn CrUly spent rom Tuesday until Thursday of ast week in Minneapolis. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 'ed Larson of FOrt Dodge. Saturday _ they went to Omaha where they visited over the week end with Glenn's - sister and husband, Mr and Mrs. G. R. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closson of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs Victor Hertlg and family of Spencer spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs* A. J Hertlg. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Her tig have moved to Hamilton, Texas since then where Mr. Hertig is employed by the government. Mrs. L. G. Baker returned from Iowa City Saturday after attending the wedding of her niece, Mar- jorle Fitze to Ensign Robert Carlson. EnsJgn Carlson is an instructor at the pre-flight school at Iowa City. Durwood Baker, a student at Iowa State College at Ames, also attended the wedding. Mrs. Hershel W. TJiompson went to Fort Dodge Monday where she melt her daughter, Mr,'/, Waltur Friesner and granddaughter, Lois of Ankeny. Lois returned to Algona with Mrs. Thompson and will spend three weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Lois will spend the week end at Ames and Humeston. At Humeston they will visit at the E. A. Thompson home and get ao COLORFUL ARCYIE ANKLETS Walking's easier than you think ... in the New RHYTHM STEP SHOES Goodbye gas! Goodbye tires) But ui all-out welcome to Rhythm Steps—the smart shoes that get you around with extra easel Thac give you » "lift" •« three strain points—heel, arch and ball of your foot! Basing every extra mile with extra stylel See Rhythm Steps —in grand new fashions nowl Fall in love with that triple, cushioned «ase that's such a blessing for these walking times I 9359 "-"Shore Leave" "Eyes front" and right oa you in this Regimental Rayon Oepe "Ship Ahoy" dress, Whi»tle : cleao zig- eegged embroidery op col* la?. Inverted pleat in action* flared ikirt. in Black and Browa, SWM 9 t« 15. qalnted with the hew granddaugh- HL J. Koops,, who has been chief clerk for Swift & Co., here the past year and a half, has been transferred to Des Moines where will continue his work for the company In the same capacity. Mrs. Koopa and their two daughters w.'ll join him later. Kenneth Chumbley of Carthage, Illinois, has come here to take Mr. Koop's place. Mrs. Chumbley and their two daughters Will move to Algona In about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaa* and soir, Dean, Frank Zender, and Mrv Andrew Holtzbauer spent the week end at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas visited their son, Hobert and Mr. Zender visited his son, ene. Both boys attend Loras col- ege there and Saturday was home- P. E. 0. EUMMAGE SALE Kent's Garage Saturday, Oct. 31 Sale opens at 8 a. m. coming. Mrs. Holtzbauer visked her daughter, Ruth, who is at Mount ' , , Loretta's cohvent. Pauline Zehder, a atudent at tfi&" Wnivefilt* tt alao apent'Hhr wffek 1 firidi'in buque. .",.,• REDUCE WEAR Del Cooper, Agent Clements' Super Service Jones and State Phone 328 Wilson Will Make A Better Senator END WASTE AND CONFUSION Bourke B, Hickenlooper For Governor An • ex-service man Lwith a'n excel- , lent world war record. He knows the needs of the boys in servics first band. LET'S WIN THIS WAR This ad paid for by friends of Geo. A. Wilson and / Bourke B. Hickenlooper In Kossuth. County. ' Vote for Wilson , \ BLUB WAYNK M. ROPES Saftluy tf Sliti CJTET B. AKEM Auditor tf Stair VOTE for these qualified AOornnr Count REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE!! Their Experienced Leadership Benefits You and Iowa . . , . . PLAOK or E XAMINE; oarefully tha outstanding qualifi. cations of the sound, vreU~*easoned, wid«ly« experienced candidate* of the Republican ticket, These are the capable people you can rely upon to provide Iowa with thrifty, efficient government administration now and during the vital pott-war reconstruction period. Each of theae candidates U a public-spirited oitteen. Most of these men have been • part of the administration which for the past 'four years has returned good government to Iowa, Do your part to preserve good government In l9vr * . 4U> l h ^P "P h( >W the heft Interests of 4h« Hate In Washington, Vote, and urge your family and friend* to rate for tb« responsible <umd of the Republican ticket

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