The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 10, 1942
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PARADEOFBR1DES ENJOYED AT WSCS MEETING, FENTON Fenton: Mrs. James Smith nee Gladys Stoeber was honored at n miscellaneous shower Thursday »iight In the Methodist church basement. The program consisted of a parade of brides, with Mrs. Clarence Osborn accompanying at the piano. The first bride was Mrs Henry Huskamp of 1874 portrayed by Mrs. Derwood E?«ler. Mrs. Ray Tietz wore Mrs. John L. Oleson's wedding dress of 1891. Mrs. W. H Kohlstedt's wedding dress of IWt •was worn by Beverly Schulte. Mrs John Newel wore her owrr weddin? dress of 1897. Mrs. Frank McFal wore the wedding dress of Mrs Carrie Volgt, who was married in 1904. Mrs. Mervin Priebe wore the wedding dress of Mrs. E. C. Weis brod who was married :<n Septem ber, 1908. Mrs. Ed Schlei's dres; was worn by Janet McFall and date; back to Dec., 1912. Mrs. J. A Schwartz's weddnig dress of Sept 1913, was worn by Mrs O. H. Stoeh «r. Mrs. Paul Eigler wore her owr wedding drass of 1934. Mrs. Leste "Weisbrod, a bride of 1935, wore he own dress. Mrs. Edwin Schlei, 1940 bride, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod 941 bride, MM. Larry Alt, 1941 bride, Mrs .Wlllard Menz^ wedd.«g dress of 1841 worn -by Mrs. Shelby W«Isbrod: Mrs. Lloyd Cornelus, 1941 bride; Mrs. Lyle Bassett, bride of 1942, portrayed by Mrs. Ray Kyhl were next In line. Last came the bride, Mrs. James W. Smith, wearing her husband's mother's wedding dress of December 10, 1914, worn at Portage, Wis. Lunch was served by the hostesses, after which the honoree opened her g'Jfts. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod of Hurt and Mrs. Deena Johnson of Graettinger were the out- of-town guests. buy, build or refinance your home, repayable at low-cost over a convenient term of years. Ask about our plan SOON! U.S. DEFENSE Savings Bonds Algona Federal Savings & Loan Phone 55 Wilfred Stoeber returned Wednesday from Minneapolis where he had attended a Hall hardware dealers' convention since Monday. He left here Sunday. The official board of the Methodist church met at the parsonage Tuesday evening and enjoyed a pot luck lunch together. The worship service and business meeting followed. Mrs Robert Hantelman and small son, Ralph and Maralice Boyken left Wednesday afternoon for ban Louis Obispo dalif, where Mrs Hantelman will make her home with her husband, Pvt Robert Hantelman and Maralice will find work. C F. C. Laage is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. Laage submitted to a major operation orr Monday morn- '.ne and his condition is Satisfactory at this time.. He was taken to ;he hospital on Thursday, Oc.. 20th. «ev. and Mrs. F. C. Pruel, Mesdames J. A. G. Smith, Lester Weisbrod, Don Weisbrod, Wilbert Holldorf, Milton Weisbrod, Ed We s- brod, Elmer Weisbrod, Ralph Weisbrod and Mary Hansen attended the second annual convention of the W S C. S. of the Algona district at Clear Lake on Thursday. Mrs. J. A. G. Smith, district president, was in charge. Mrs. Deena Johnson of Graettinger was an overnight guest Thursday at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Mrs E. J. Capesius and her sister Delores Kipfer, left Thursday from Mason City for Camp Robinson Arkansas, where Mrs. Capesius will visit her husband who fa stationed there. Delores will go on to Camp Normayle, San Antonio, Texas, to visit Staff Serfgeant W. Alderson. They expect to be gone a week. Whopper 'It took all three members of the A E. Wright family of Popejoy to land a 38-pound muskellunge on a northern fishing trip. This is the top catch of the season so far as we have learned. WEST BEND BOY, A FLYER, PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT West Bend:. West Bend is proud of a young man who has received his "wings" and the young man, Thomas N. Montagf, Is also proud to be wearing them. It was no easy task for h!m, nor any one else who receives them, but for Tommle it meant an extra amount of hard study and work. Along with the coveted silver wings, he received a second lieutenant's commission in the air corp reserve. His mother, Mrs. Joe Montag, and son. Maurice of thf'S place and Miss Rosella Derner of Milford left here Oct. 24 for Phoenix, Arizona, to be present at his graduation which took place at Luke's Field. There were 400 in the class. Tomime studied at different fields for nine months before getttag his wings. While In Phoenix, Mrs. Montag visited Mrs. F. M. Foley of West Bend who is spending the winter with her son, Charles. Lieut. Montag and his party arrived in West Bend Tuesday. He left Saturday for Mitchell F.'.eld, Long Island. VICTORY SCRAP Let us gather up all the Scrap Iron, Metals and Rubber before it gets covered with snow and ic«. lot us keep our Defense Plants running to full capacity and final Victory. Joe Greenberg Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler spent Friday at the Bud Lawson home near Corwlth. Russell Brown returned to his home after a three weeks' v.'slt at Fargo, N. D. .Eileen Kinkade of Des Moines is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kinkade. Gilbert Cuplin entertained 14 of his friends and school mates at a Hallowe'en party at h/a home Saturday night. David Schutter student at A. 1. B., was a Sunday visitor at the home of hf-s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter went to Wallingford Wednesday to attend the funeral of her sister-in- law, Mrs. H. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bruellman left for Omaha Tuesday. After a visit with relatives there they will go to Sabetha, Kansas. Mrs. Henry J. Studer and children, Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg, Mrs. Ed Anderegg and daughter, Norma were Algona callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McMullen took Mr. McMullen's father to Coggan Sunday. Mr. McMullen had been visiting at the home of his son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacobs of Des Moines were week end visitors at the home of the former's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of Meservey are spending the week with local relatives. Their school is having a corn husk'.ng vacation. Mrs. Merle Stracke and daughter, Mary Ann of Stuart, Nebr., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cuplin. Her husband is serving in the navy. Don Sinclair and Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson of Palmer and Mrs. Jean Simmons of West Bend spent Sunday with the former's brother and family at Rock Rapids. Harriet Brown of Algotta Jean Graham of Holfe were visitors at the home of Of. and Mrt. P. O. Dorweilef. Both are stud-' ents at Drake Unlversttyt De* Moines. Stephen Williams of Canton, Ma., and Mrs. Grace Crlsman of Cedar Falls spent the week end with their mother, Mrs. Tom Walker. Mr. WlllJems la-head of the music department at Culver, Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell were week end vistors at the J. A. Olson home. Mr. Campbell is a former band instructor in the West Bend consolidated school and at the present is superintendent at Galva. Will Richter was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Wednesday night where he underwent an operatfon for perforated ulcer of the stomach. He" was a very sick man, but we hope to get good news from his bedside. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kucker and Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Frieden went to St. Paul for a visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. Svare, and family and Mrs. Kucker's sister, Mrs. Minnie Krebs, who recently suffered a stroke. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sander nnd son, Harold, and Mrs. Roy Sander of Heron Lake, Minn., Mrs. A. C. Martin and son, Dennis of Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. George Sander and family of this place were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sander. A group of young ladies gathered at the home of Miss R!*kie Sander Monday evening to give her a farewell party. Miss Sander left for the west coast the last of the week. The guests presented her wtih two lovely gifts. A very pleasant evening was spent, followed by delicious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frieden returned Sunday from a week's vacation at Colorado Springs and Denver. They vistted relatives and friends at these .points and also Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benninger at Lincoln, Nebr. Sharon Rae Frieden stayed with her grandmother, Mrs. E. F. Sules at Osgood. Mrs. M. Hall and two sons of Cedar Rapids visited at the B. F. McFarland home over the week end. Mrs. Hall is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. B F. McFarland returned the last of the week from South Bend, Ind., where they visited another daughter, Mrs. Williams and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jurgens and Lonnie Lee and Mrs. A. W. Jurgens and Bernadine wqnt to Elgin, 111., Saturday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jurgens and Mr. and Mrs. Nick McCue. They also spent a day In Chicago. All returned Tuesday evening except Mrs. A. W. Jurgens who remained for a two weeks' visit. Gloria Decker of Little Cedar, and Betty Lou; Walker, formerly of West Bend, but who is attending business school at Mason City, were week end visitors <at the home of Miss Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. M. Decker of Little Cedar, parents of Miss Decker, were Sunday, dinner guests at the Walker home. Mv. and Mrs. Decker took the girls back to Mason City. coRwrra, DIED AT HOME, NOV. 1 .Oorwith: S. P. Stark, 58, passed away at his home Sunday, November 1, following a lingering illness. Mr. Stark has been a resident of Corwlth for the past 12 years and was manager of the Farmers' elevator here until it burned In 1932. After that he operated a produce station until about three years ago when his health began to fall. The .body was taken to the Ellsworth' funeral home In Humboldt where It was made ready for sh'.p- ment to Mendon, Nebraska for burial. , . Mrs. Stark and son-, Lee; daugh ter Dollie and son-in-law, Mv Champney of Logan, accompanied the body to Nebraska. MB. AND MRS RISVOLD ENTERTAIN WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Alvn Risvold en tertalned a group of friends at ( Hallowe'en party Wednesday eve ning of last week. The evenln was spent at 500 and prizes wer g'.ven for high scores. Table deco rations were of a Hallowe'en nal ure: orange and whito candles orange and black nut cups an Hallowe'en napkins. Guests tacluded Mr. and Mrs. Car Long, Jr., Mr. and MrsJ Carvel Risvold, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Norlan Schulze of Rutland. Charles Widen has quit School at Ames and is helping his father on the farm. Mrs. Joe Grandjennet who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital at Mason Ctty, was brought home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Robinson have received word their son, Jack, had arrived safely at an unnamed destination somewhere across. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gourley and children left last Fr'day for California where Mr. Gourley has.em r ployment in a defense plant. Margaret Masterson Is at Humboldt where she has 'been employed as clerk in the dry goods department at the A. B. Whtie Company store. Mrs. George Wolf, Mrs. Louis Wingert, Mrs. Lafe Oxley and Mrs R. R. Masterson attended a girls 4-H training school held at Algona Tuesday. iFred Bush sustained several bro eft rtb» last we»K whlll lift lowl« hds garden, the plow tfucit softie/root* throwing him against the handle* 6* tifeJplow, ThelmaJHalh, who t«tofte« In the grade school at Melbourne, and Florence Hash, teacher 1ft the Poea- untas grade school, spent the week end at the home Of ther parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hash. Mr. and Mf». Carol Cram and two boys drove to Lohrvllle Thursday. The Cram family moved here the first of March from Lohfvlile and the purpose of their tr.'p on Thursday was to shell sealed corn Announcements have been received of the birth of a son 16 Mr. and MTrs. Delbert Dunnadecker at Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Dunnadecker Is the former Gertttde Jackman, who former taught English In th Corwlth high school. Ukota Band Leave* Job to EttlUt ItAikotai The ttuwefl CMtoM t>ack* ed tfcelr hoiuendld «dod* Thuwdfty and left that aftetnobn ft* JWj* batika. RuMell, who ha* bejn.the physical traMftlng teacher And band Instructor in the School the past i% years, must report tot • arfrty duty Nov. i2th, but expert to enlist be* fore that time. Me had a **&&"* school band organized and they were doing «ood work. They held a band concert on the etteet once a week all summer. $upt Gfabau is taking'over some Of his other work. , ' ' if Two for one. tfoe th* Upper DM Motnes want ads. Thank You! I wish to congratulate the winner and thank all who supported me. L A.Winkel CHENILLE BEDSPREADS BE SURE TO SEE THE LARGE DISPLAY OF SPREADS ON THE EAST LEDGE OF THE STORE H, W. MBLLKIt At LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA * HOTDHMON rs AT LAW A. Hutchlsoil (1862-1038) Donald G. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank BulldJngr Phone 251 Algona, Iowa- TO E. J. Van Ness Allen A. Brunsoi* VAN NfiSS A BKUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helae Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Qavlord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg., Phone 69 ALGONA, IOWA LINNAN « L.YNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa s Phone 261 Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA I* A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office in Hutchison Bull'dlng PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS 3. N. HBNMFTCK, M. D. PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Res. Phone 33O Buy Now for Xmas CASH OR LAY-AWAY a H. CBETZMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN G. BOITBNB Phone—Office 197 Res. 19* Across from F. S. Norton & Son 'Department Stores OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN • General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical "treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention give to diseases of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St. • Phone 342 DENTISTS J' ; • ; i J • j' ; • Thank You... MARGARET LENTSCH AND DAVE SHIELDS, UVERMORE,MARRe DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA For Your Loyal Support at Election Time Mis. Clara Walkei Livermore: Miss Margaret Lentsch, daughter of the late Mr. find Mrs'J Andrew ILentscbJ, and Dave Shields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Con Shields, who is in the navy in Maine, but home on a furlough at this time, were married Saturday morning at eight-thirty at the Catholic parsonage, Father James Duhigg officiating. The 'bride was attended by the groom's sister, Betty of San Diego, Cal'<f., and the groom was attended by the bride's brother-in-law, Lawrence Curren of LuVerne. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Barnette. The newly-marred pair left on Tuesday for Maine where they will make their future home. ONLY BALSAM-WOOL Sealed ATTIC ' INSULATION- OFFERS A WRITTEN, MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE... d G ^&°>* IffS &%***& BALSAM-WOOL ATTIC INSULATION FOR ITSELF FUEL SAVING! IN A VERY SHORT TIME ! ; i^*t^t> e °^ l^-ffr^ ssgss^. ~£02Z- 5P 5 " m INSULATE YOUR ATTIC SAVE FUEL-INCREASE COMFORT! FOR FREE ESTIMATE ON FUEL SAVINGS (NO OBLIGATION) CALl F. S. Norton & Son 329 Mr. and Mrs. James Elders spent last week end visiting her mother, Mrs. Martin at Audubon, Iowa. Mrs Ilean Mansor, Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. Harry Bordwell were Algona v.'sitora Wednesday. •Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Waterloo visited recently with his brothers, Albert, Lester and Ollie. Mr and Mrs. Charles Logue and Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Johnson spent the week end in Sioux City, and attended the Sioux City-Omaha football game. Robert Wonderly, an aviation cadet, who spent the past two weeks visit'-ng his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wonderly, returned to his duties at San Antonio, Texas. Lawrence McPherson, who recently resigned as c'ty marshal, has been hired to be li^ht and water superintendent, street commissioner and deputy marshal. Gordon S-ott underwent an operation for ruptured appendix at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge last week. His mother, Mrs. Norman Scott, is with him. Henry Gregerson who was employed at the Wilson market and grocery store, has continued work there. He is now working at a packing plant in Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson received word that their daughter, Mrs. Violet Montague was married on Oct. 16 to Herbert Johnson of Leads, S. D. They will make their home to Leads. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at the farm home of Mrs. Harold Frederick Wednesday afternoon. After the business meet ing a iso- c'-al afternoon was spent. A fifteen cent lunch was served. Edith Fox, who has been taking nurses training at Rochester and Chicago, will arrive home from Chicago for a visit wtth her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Fox. She has her training nearly completed. The Equality club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Underberg on Thursday afternoon. The following program was presented :• roll call, Famous Pictures; Funchal (Macl- eria), Mrs. Rose Smith; Gibraltar, Mrs. Lauretta Mueller; Flag Etiquette Mrs. Leona Miller. After the program the ladies spent the afternoon visiting. A lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The Twentieth Century club met at the farm home of Mrs. Maxine Hauck on Tuesday afternoon, Nov 3. The following program given: roll call, Items About a State Park; A Prayer, Mrs. Whitley and Mrs. Ethel Baesler; Charm of True Friendship, Mrs. Mabel Paulson; Our Forests and Parks, Mrs. Ollie Smith. After the program a social hour as spent following which lunch was enjoyed by the guests. Corwith Telephone Exchange is Sold Corwith: The Central Iowa Telephone company with headquarters at Cedar Rapids, has purchased the Corwith Telephone exchange from Faye Scace and took possession on Nov. 1. Mr. Scace has operated the exchange for 26 years. His plans for the future are indefinite at this time. What Is Your GUESS DR. CD. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 . Algona, Iowa- A. 3. BASON, Dentist; Office over James Drug St'ore Phone Office 69 Residence 889 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Fanners and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate tVt%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Read The Want Ads--It Pays. AUCTION SALE Special Yearling and 2-Year Old Steer Sale at ALLIANCE, NEBR, on Friday, Nov. 13,1 p. m. Peterson Bros, will sell their entire herd t of I I Cfl Choice Hereford lull Yearling Steers of the well-known Mule Shoe Ear Brand. We also have listed for this sale an additional: 183 choice yearling Hereford steers 35 Purebred Bred Hereford Heifers, TB and Bangs tested 2 loads of 2-year old 1000 Ib Hereford steers 2 loads of 2-year old 900 Ib. Hereford steers 250 Hereford Mixed calves double vac. and dehorned, Additional local cojnsfgnments will bring the total to over 2,000 —sold through— ALLIANCE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY Alliance, Nebraska Awards Get entry at any of places listed below, each week. Fill In your guesses Mail to Upper Des Moines or turn In at place you got card. Entries must be in Upper-Des Moines office by 11 a. m. each Saturday. IJT cases of ties, duplicate awards will be given. ^ First prize, credit award of $3; second prize, credit award of $2; third prize, year's subscription; fourth prize, nine months' subscription; fifth, six month*,' subscription. THIS WEEK'S GAMES-nENTRY CAKDS AT FIRMS BELOW Illinois at Ohio State Iowa at Minnesota How Much Does Dreadec MASTITIS Ou« to Streptococci!* Agalottioe COST YOU iVIRY YEAR Her* I* (ood new* (or erety former who hat M«>tltl* in hi* herd. About ninety per cent ery, eee -ac, yrorcn conaa o Gramicidin and TyrocJdlu. Beebe G-Lac ittopa the action of Streptococcua agalac- tUe. If Maatltla, due to tbl* microbe, ii cutting Into your milk production ... I your beat dairy cow* are In danger— «c now) Get Beebe G-Lac. You'll be amazet at the reaulta. Beebe G-Lac I* eaay to Injcc Into the teat canal. Beebe G-Lac ftoes rlftb. to work. Don't let Maatitla (due to Strepto- coccua attalactlae) rob yon of your profit*. Get Beebe G-Lac today. „-__._.«. Let ua'arranfce laboratorj MASTITIS teaUofmUkaampleafron TESTING y° u r cow »- Ouly 16c PC o ' Barker's Drug ALGONA Michigan at Notre Damt Barry's Recreation ALGONA Smoke Shop ALGONA Wisconsin at Northwestern K. D. lames, Drags ALGONA Nebraska at Pittsburgh Kohlhaas Hdwe. ALGONA Kansas at Iowa State LUSBV if GIOSSI Purdue at Michigan State ZENDER'S ALGONA Great Lakes at Marquette Dan Engesser WHITTEMORE Missouri at Oklahoma Upper Des Moines •ALGONA Kansas State at Indiana I If.. \ : .:.,« *, ^Vb&lA Typewriter Paper This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do ail kinds of draylng and hauling. MWO'I I*W *•*<*•* *• •*•**» M * tl * * ^TL h*» *** • w *** Kim MWTM9I

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