The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1942 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 3, 1942
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061 Mtfflift, Algefc*, Xotii, tfw, 3,1M2 SWEA CTTY PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL TO GARNER CHURCH :fiwea City: the Rev. ft. F. Bro* ''berg has accepted a call to , the •Garner Methodist church and will move there as soon as the re-decorations at the parsonage there are completed. Mr. Broberg has been popular with the townspeople as well as with h!« pastorate here and Grant and he was reappolnted to the Swea City and Grant churches by the Northwest Iowa -conference a few weeks ago, and was beginning his 5th year here. The church at Garner has a membership of 400. Mr. Broberg preached there Sunday, Nov. 1, the pulpits Here were supplied under I it* direction of District Stipt. J. C. Buthman of Algoua. R. H. Walker and h!a son, Ralph, will sell 47 registered Holsteln cattle at his farm two miles southwest of Swea City oh Nov. 19. A new boiler was Installed in the Swea City creamery last week and the did one relegated to the community scrap pile. Raymond tAnnlng of Webb, visited at the Walter Smith home, on Thursday evening and Friday. Ho was enroute to Albert Lea on business matters. Supervisor Heiken has received word from the state highway department that the contract for constructing a new bridge on Road K G Mi miles north of Swea City has been re-let. Mr. HefJten estimates the cost of the bridge will be around $4600. The expense will be paid from funds allowed by the state. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler spent the week end at Radcliffe and Ellsworth visiting relatives. •Your S & I f>. Store AND WE DON'T MEAN CHILI- CON-CARNE OR MEXICAN TAMALESI . . . but we do mean all thou snug, warm clothti 'and homt necessities that S & L hai ready far you. Good, warm Underwear, Blanked, Sleepwear, Rebel, Sweateri, Coats, etc., etc. . . . that EVERY member of your family will lav* la inuggle Info when Old Man Winter putt hit grim. Icy grip on our great Northwest. And all __ at typical thrifty S & L prices . . s prlcei that are kind to your war lavingi budget! $35 Vatu*f ALASKA KARA FUR FABRIC COATS 100% Mohair Plltl 2 Tiny fit black curls. Warm, durable ... a fashion: highlight for seasons to come. Fur coat luxury at a cloth coat price! Rich Skinner's rayon satin lining! KURLY-MO 1C|85 FUR FABRIC (COATS * *^ lovely, fluffy , CUUMUE ROBES Wortn af leoitSJI 3 tuxurloM»ly wide sweep for flattering, coin/ warmth. Dreamy winter pastels with lovely contrasting trim. Comfy, w«rm FUNNEL I'AJAMAJi Snug fleeced butcher • boy flannels. Dainty print binding on collars, cwffi, Soft paitfl Tea Rose'und Blue! SNOW SUITS __ pripl 119 h* yo «eii ^flrej oprj 4rt g» tfcl» wn- tatlanoj toying* Famouf CHAMAR BLANKETS 95 S* light warml 6 Amazing htw Celanese Lontie combined with wool and cotton keepi you really warml luxurious heavy, nap In seven lovely colon with gleaming rayon satin binding. Full double bed iliel $25 Value/ STERLING O'COATS Doubt* or Single Breasted Style* 19 75 100% Wool Surface Fleece, for warmth, fastened to sturdy cotton backing (about 38% of total weight) for comfortable light weight. Masterfully tailored, carefully finished. Guaranteed rayon satin lining. Men's cotton rib UNION SUITS *«* Prottcriiow Heavy winter weight, lightly fleeced Inside azures posltlvf warmth. An. He 'length with lo"8 sle»yes ID full fitting sixes. SKI CAPS Insid flaw pul) dowo 9Y«r •9/1, f«lly l| 0f d. Plaldi and Wight colori, iUY UNITIP 5TATSS WA^ STAMPS SOCIAL ACTIVITY DURING THE WEEK ATLIVERMORE (Llvermore: Mrs. Alvln Lenertz was hostess to the Jolly Eight club at her home on Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent Mi playing bridge. Mrs. Frances Millet and Mrs. Nick Bormann were guests. High prize was won by Mrs. Bormann, second high by Mrs. Ted Wagner and travel, prize went to Mrs. George Lenertz. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lenertz after bridge. • > The Twentieth Century club held a one o'clock luncheon at the farm home of Mrs. Violet Fredrick last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Virgin'^ Raney, Mrs; Maxine Hauck and Mrs. Maurlne Telller were also on the committee. After the luncheon they enjoyed a HalloVve'en party during the afternoon. A group of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith came to their home ast Monday evening to help them celebrate their 27th wedd.'.ng anniversary. The evenfng was spent in playing 500 . A lunch brought by ;he guests was served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underberg's children Came to their home last Saturday evening to help Mrs. Underberg celebrate her birthday. Those attendnig were Mr. and Mrs. D. Benge, Mr. and Mrs. R. Foley and family, Mr. arid Mrs. I. M. Oscar, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg and family anil George Underberg. A social evening was spent after wMcH lunch was aerved. Mrs. Carl Uftdeffterg wa* hostess to the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid at her farm home Wednesday afternoon. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent In making plans for their bazaar. Mrs. Flora Latister and daughter, Mildred of Bigstone, S. D., are visiting her stoter, Mrs. Charles Raney and her brothers, Ross and Harry Clark. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Houston on Friday, Oct. 21 This makes two boys and two girls in the Houston family. Joseph Lentsech, who is in the navy in North Dakota, visited a few days with relatives here. Dr. and Mrs., Beardsley left on Sunday for Chicago where they attended a medical convention. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. And Mrs. Guy Trauger were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof of Lu- Verne. Miss Rita Murphy of Mollne, 111., and Mrs; Marjorlje Sfchreiner of Sfoux City spent Sunday visiting their mother, Mrs. Mary Murphy. Miss Kathryn Ries of Des Moincs spent the week end visiting her sister, Mrs. Emdl Welter. The .Lions club held Its regular meeting Monday night at the Barnette. At th!a meeting the members talked over the bulletin board that was placed on South Main street. The board is now ready to have the names of the tooys in service Inscribed on it. Mrs 1 . Edna Goodenough arrived home Friday for a week corn pick- Ing vacation. She teaches school near Dubuque. WITH THE BOYS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM WEST BEND BOY ENLISTS FOB FLIGHT TRAINING " West Bend> Enlistment of Lloyd John Drussell of West Bend for flight training was announced TUPS- day toy the Naval Aviation Cadet Selection Board, Minneapolis. When ordered to duty he will report at the Navy Pre-Flight-school at Iowa City to begin his training which leads to a commiss.'on In the U. S. Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve. —V— SOLDIER ACTIVITIES IN TITONKA NEIGBORHOOD Tltortka: A family gathering was held at the Wm. Ricklefs home on Monday evening in honor of Ar- nojd, who left Friday for service in the Coast Guard. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Harold Madestke and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rippentrop and Jimmy, Mrs. Harold Larsen, Jean and Dean L., Mr. and Mrs Melvln Rippentrop and son, Arlo all of Elmore, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weinberer and Glenn of Buffalo Center, Mr,, and Mrs. Peter Bruer and family and Mrs. Jim Bruer of,Lakota and Mr. and Mrs Harry Ricklefs and family. Pvt. Dick A. Beenken of Camp Forrest,i Tennessee, arrived home and spent a few days with home folks this. week. ; Pvt. Osoar Gingrich, who has been statfoned in Arkansas, wSs hom'e a few days. He returned tg ~camp Saturday. LeRoy and Clarence Lpats, stud ents at the Dubuque College, arrived home FrWny evening to vlsil With their parents. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Ijoats and niso visit with their brother, Arthur,, who enlistee In the ground crew of the air corpi and will leave Oct 30. Clarence and LeRoy left again Sunday. , _V— ' CORWTTH BOY PROMOTED TO SERGEANT IN ENGLAND Corwith r In a cablegram -received Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hiscn- bergen from their son, Ralph, somewhere in Great Britata, he Informs them he has been promoted to sergeant. Ralph was inducted Into the army and Is in a mechanical division. —V— ENSIGN BERNARD FRANKL OF IRVINGTON TRANSFERRED , Trvington: Mr. and Mrs. U. B Frarikl have received word from their son, Ensign Bernard Frank that he has been transferred from the station at Solomon, Maryland to the Boston Navy Yards and thai he is there awaiting a ship with destination unknown. —V— FARM BOY MAKES GOOD AT NAVAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL Ralph L. Smith, 22, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Smith, farmers living west of Algona, was graduated from a hospital corps school at the naval hospital at Great Lakes on Thursday, Oct. 22, One of a class of several hundred mejy he is now raited a hospital apprentice first class. , Graduation terminated a six weeks course of preliminary training at the school including the study of anatomy, physiology, hygiene, sanitation, materia medica, weights and measures, first aid, bandaging and nursing, transportation of casualties. He was assigned Friday to continue training in a naval hospital ta New York City, WESLEY SOLDIER HOME QN 10-DAY FURLOUGH /Wesley; Sari Ward of Camp BarUeley, Texas, came Wednesday for a 10-day furlough at his par ental Clarence Ward home. On Wednesday be drove to Iowa Falls and brought home Mrs. Lena Boss and daughter, Tessie, who will visit a week at the Ward home. DON'T LET DREADED MASTITIS 0v« to SlrtptaeaftW Agalactiqf ROB YOU OF YOU* PROFITS Here I* good oew» (ojc'«v«iy fvow wlu» hg« «ll M*fUO», of Ge«et, t» wuwfTS* f WWF 53WH BOW I pet i__ ttth«n»ulte.1 • Doo'lJS? MAfTlTIt TSITlNfi tip c« L"*^ PORTLAND SOLDIER IN MISSOURI PROMOTED Portland: Herbert Leek is now a corporal and is stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo. Herbert has been in the service less than two months. —V— GERALD STEUSSY, WESLEY, TO CAMP IN CAJJFORNIA Wesley: M|ra. Steussy, housekeeper at the Guy M. Butts home, went to Algona Friday morning to see her son, Gerald, who left from there for Des Molnes. He had enlisted to the Army Air Corps in May and 'had just received his call. He will be sent to Santa Ana, Calif. He Is a pharmacist and had been employed in a clinic at Fort Dodge. 'LIEUT. L. L. PFEFFER, WESLEY, 'VISITS NEW SON Wesley: First Lieutenant Dr. L. L. Pfeffer of Camp Cooke, Cal:'.f., came Wednesday evening for a furlough here with his family and to make the acquaintance of his son, Paul Edward, born several weeks ago. Pfeffer has ibeen on maneuvers in the desert of California. , __V— MRS. MERLE M. FAULK AT HOME WITH OTTOSEN FOLKS Ottosen:,Pvt. Merle M. Faulk's present address is Battery A., 53rd AA- Trng Bn., BUdg. 905, Camp Callan, Calif., U. S. Army. Mrs. Faulk ds the former Lola Wfttnem and. '.$ making her home with her mother, Mrs, Peter Watnem, during her husband's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Faulk made their home in Ft. Dodge previous to Mr. Faulk entering the army. " ACTIVITIES OF LIVERMORE MEN IN ARMED FORCES Livermore: William Davis, who has been employed at Montgomery Ward and company in Chicago, has resigned hta position and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis. He enlisted in the Air Corps and will leave Monday for induction. Mr. and. Mrs. Louis Behounek and daughter, Jean, spent the week end in Des Mo?*ies visiting their son, Sergeant and Mrs. Jerome Behounek. They also visited with their son, VirgSl, who Is attending Iowa State Collese at Ames, _V— SWEA CITY NURSE IN CORPS ABOUT TO GO OVERSEAS Swea City: Lieut. Eunice Newton, of the Army Nurse Corps, was in Swea City last week' during her five day furlough w.'th home folks north of town. She has completed her training at Camp McCoy near Sparta, Wis., and her unit is ready to leave for service overseas. Before enlisting for - army service, Miss Newton was in charge of a niursery at a Detroit, IMichf.gan, hospital. SWEA CITY BOY ENLISTS IN. GROUND CREW OF AM Swea Cfty: Tommy Olson, who has been employed in a west coast defense plant, has enlisted in the ground crew of the army air corps and is located at Duke Field, Phoenix, Arizona. Tommy and his brother, Corp. Glen Olson, who is now overseas are the only children of Mr.«and Mrs. Martin Olaon. Star Route Service Britt to Corwith Now Discontinued Oorwith: The star route service from Britt to Corwith ha* been discontinued, Ed Johnson, who has "been operating the service from Brttt, will continue the route to and from Britt to Kanawba- Corwith mail will be taken care of by the M. & St. If. railroad. This action was taken in regard to the saving of rubber and gasoline and the Corwith «iaU could be taken care of by the T*ilroad. It Is possible other changes may , be forced to take place,/ •••, .. ' ' Roger Michel Debates At W^leyan Univ. Charlotte gwanson, Mitchell freshman, accompanied by Marion Steuerfwalcl,. Wolsey sophomore^ sang $wp songs at the student chapel held Friday, October 23 at Oako* U Wesjey9n_ University. The feature attraction of the program wst » debate, Resolved: That bpyn an4 girt* go jto college primarily 40 get married- Supporting neg- Biiye side was Roger Michel, Ate°n» and CW<# Riwyan, Belle CLASS PLAY BY LUVERNE JUNIORS GIVEN TUESDAY iLuVerne: Last week Tuesday evening the junfor class presented its class play, "The Rainbow Girl", to a large audience. Emogene Mertz was the herdlne and she was ably supported by the others in the cast who were, Maurice Laubenthal, Marie Lati, James Trauger, Vera Gil- dings, GaM Wolf, Mary Barton, Ruth Wegner, Betty Wolf, Elva Hlnrz and James Smith. Thelma Swanson and Ruth Wegner, accompanied by Helen Chrlsten-sen, played a flute duet between the first and second acts, and Alice Mae Merkle played a piano solo between the second and third. J. Arbond Hjelle, the director of the play, was presented an address book by the class. Mrs. Bertha Rmthun, Rockwall City, spent last week with her sister, (Mrs. Herbert Will. The Wm. Kisches moved Thursday .'.nto the Will Tlede house recently vacated by Harold Phillips. Mrs. A. D. Burtls has been vistt- Ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wlllard Hersche, at Chllli- cothe, Mo. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke has returned from Clear Lake where she assisted In the care of her brother-in- law, H. R. Peitzke. Circle one of the Methodist W. S. C. S. met at the community hall with a pot luck lunch. No. 2 met at the G. E. Egglestons and No. 3 with Mrs. C. C. McClellan. (Mrs. George Tiede went to Cedar Rap?da Friday evening to spend the week end with her daughter, Helen Mosher. Helen has completed a business course and is now working in the draft board office. Carl Brand, Forest City, visited Wednesday at the Irvln Chapmans. Although he is deaf and dumb, he is a skilled carpenter and worked last summer on the gymnasium' at Harcourt which has been finished and was dedicated Friday evening. •Mrs. F. G. Hagist home is the meeting place for Mrs. Harry Von Draska's Presbyterian Ladies' Aid group meeting instead of Mrs. Helene Traugers, as stated last week. The group met with Mrs. Trauger last week. The other groups meet with Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Irv!.n Chapman. The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. P. Phillips. Locations of training camps were given for roll call and Mrs. Chas. Wolf was lesson leader using Australia as the theme of the program. This was followed by several games and contests. Fifteen members were present at the meeting. At the Commercial' club meeting held last week Monday evening, ;.t was planned to have Saturday evenings the only evening when local stores are open. Plans weve made and committees named for a Thanksgiving sales program. One of the Methodist W. a C. S. circles served .the aix-bhlrty dtoner. Mrs fft 'D. ' Meyer, \Algona ,a former member, was a guest of the Progressive Woman's club last week Monday evening when that group met with Mrs. George Tlede. Seven- Beautiful City of the World, and Mm. Harold Phillips played two piano solos—Mexican music. Quite a number of .old keys were turned In for scrap. In Gaelic (Prof. S. I. Phillips, Instructor at Ellsworth Junior College, at the request of the Office of War Information, has had recorded for short wave broadcast to Wales, a four- minute address in the Welsh an- guage, on the subject of freedom and the war effort in this country. Fenton Woman'* Club In First Season Meet (Fenton: Hie Womatrs club hud its first meeting 1 Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the home of Mrs. - Ernest Votteler with Mrs. Melvln Mansagef, ass.'<stant 'hostess. Eighteen mem* bera answered the roll call, "How I Conquered a Gardening Difficulty this Summer." This year's study subject Is Miscellaneous find tHe Bill of Rights." Mrs. A. H. MeySrs Introduced Article One of the- Bill of Rights. The topic, "The Home JWttt Wi« fi fenae, Yesterday and liodfty", given by Mr». W. E. Laftge, ject leader and Mrs. Jdhn Light, assistant leader. / - ' A surprise, "know Your Glair Members," a clever contest game, was conducted by -Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. Arlo Raney w6n 'the prize. Two new members were welcomed into the club. They were Mr«. George Jor'genson arid Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Gerald Voigt were guests. ®OX803XI%&^^ teen call. members responded to roll In the business meeting orders were taken for towels hemmed by blind women of Iowa and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, chairman of that committee. Pennies wero received for the "Penny Art Fund." Mw Elmer Kubly read an Interesting 1 paper on Rio de Jandero, the Moat COAL /s Fighting Power Coal is doing a really man-sized job as one of the mightiest powers behind the War effort! 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