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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 17, 1942
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The Algona Upp«r DOS Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 17, 1942 ST. JOE SOLDIER PROUD FATHER OF BABY DAUGHTER St. Joe. Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Ernst Are tH6 parents of a girl bom on Nov. 2nd at the, horne of MrS. ilrnst'a patents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thllges. The infant was baptized Algcan Mary last Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Nick Thllges of TVhittemofe and Will Thllges. Sgt. Ernst arrived here for a furlough. He is stationed at Goldboro, North Carolina, He was Inducted Into the army in April. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hamnier attended the funeral of Mfs. Clifton at Irvlngton Monday. •Mr. and Mrs.' Ben Thilges and Mary Jane Klein of irear Ledyard spent Sunday With relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Borrriann and sons and Mrs. Henry Bqrhiaim spent last week end with relatives at Barling, ;•< •Viola Klein spent last weejt end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein. Viola is employed in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henley and son of Des Moines spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Henley's mother, Mrs. Ida Becker. Mr. and Mrs. John Altman are the parents of a daughter born on Saturday, Nov. 14th. The Altmanirs have .one girl ,and five boys. Aloysius Thilges returned home last week end from the Ben Thll- ges home north Of Ledyard where he spent a week assisting with corn picking. ,.'.V Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg were.spoir- sons test Sunday for Madonna Jeanne, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erpeldlng of Algona at St. Cecelia's church. Mr. and/Mrs.:Vic .Hammer and Mrs. 'Henry Balk from LcSeuer, Mlnir., and Alvln CXDell of Bancroft were callers'at the William Hammer home Monday. Mrs. Ida. Becker received word that her son, George, who enlisted In the navy In September, is enrolled in the rraval training school for machinists at the University of Kansas at Lawrence, Kansas. Mf< ami Mrn, Prftnk DroeSaler and daughter* of Bancroft were last Sunday viators at the George and Art Illg homes. Mrs. George pig accompairtled the- Drossslera home and Mra. Illg drove up the latter part of the week to get her. [Frank Hughes left Saturday for Cedar Rapids, Nebr., from Fort Dodge having received a telegram on Friday to report for a physical examination at Albin, Nebr., on Monday morning. He had been employed at the John Thuls s'nce February. Mr. and Mrs. OrvMle Wagner drove to Rochester, Minn., Saturday to "get Mra. Lucy Wagrior, Mar- jorle Reding of here and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whlttemofe where they had gone for a medical • check up. John B. Reding and son, Delmar, took them to Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Math Becker, formerly of here now of near St. Benedict, are the parents of a daughter, Marjorle Doris, born Nov. 8, at the Kossuth hospital. The Infant was baptized at St. Benedict last Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Tom Be<cker and Charles Bormann. F; Kohlhaas Home Sold to Eugene Hood Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood have purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas on East Call street and will take posseslon on November 16. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas have moved to the south .pare of the P. J. Kohlhaas duplex on Phillips 'street. The duplex was vacated by Mr. and Mrs. John Bes- tenlehner who are now living in the Vanderllnden house formerly occupied by the Charles Barrickmans who have gone to California. Algona Girl With F. B. I. in Chicago (Lois Colwell has passed the stenographer tests of the-Federal Bureau of Investigation with a grade of 96 per cent and is now being transferred to Chicago where she will .be employed as stenographer Ire the F. B. I. office. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell of Algona and has been employed with the F. B. I. in Washington, D. C., for the past four months. ions SOCIETY PLANS REDECORATING Lotts Creek:' The Ladles' Aid met Friday at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Otto Ruhnke as hostess. Visitors of the Aid were Mesdames Wm. Schm.'-el and John Seegebarth. Eight women of the Aid were selected to be on a committee for redecorating the church. Those on the committee are? Mrs. Noah Relsner, Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch, Mrs. Martin 1 Meyer, Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mrs. (Frank Pompe and Mrs. Lydla Wetzel. Oscar Kohlwes of Austin, Mtnm, spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Koht- wes and also at the Herman Hinl.z home. ILoraine Riddle has been on the sick list the past week. She is a junior In the <Fenton high school, Phyllis Gengler, Lorna Faulstlch, | Wllbert and Lorna Ruhnke, Lavonne Meyer, Robert Fuertsenau, Kermit Kuecker and Verona and Deloris Buss pupils of the Algona high school, enjoyed a few days' vacation Thursday and Friday due to the gas rationing registration. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Hntz and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer entertained at a card party at the Hintz home Sunday evening in honor of Mr. H.'.ntz's and Mr. Meyer's birthdays. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and tip.,.. TC.....3 T» *.*«U__ 3 «_~-tt.. I 9r' Mrs, C. U. Pollard and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Saunders ot Shilts spent Thursday at Mason Fort Dodge spent several days here City. Mr. and'Mrs. It. r* Beamish spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John King at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oelgel spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William. Kennedy at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nelson became the parents of a baby boy born Sunday at the Kossuth hospttal. Mrs. Stella Sabin entered the Kossuth hospital Wednesday where she is receiving medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ktamp were Sunday dinner guests at the ho:ne of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham ut Burt. Mrs. O, W. Bryan, Jr., of Mason City, began work at the Gamble store Monday in the toy department. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts of Clarinda spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Mr. and Mrd. A. L. Brown spent Sunday at Salix, Iowa, at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay. Mrs. Hugh L. Woodward returned from Rochester Thursday where she has been the past two and a half weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Smith of Mrs. Fred Boettcher and family,! Des Mo.'.nes spent the week end Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer and, ^ th ,<| hw "5 °t Mr. and Mrs. Mar. family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Po-' ~ tratz and family, Mrs Lydia Wet- zcl, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer arrd family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Asleson of Woden. The high prizes were won by Mrs. H. F. Mittag and Herbert Potratz and low went to Mrs. Arnold Mc.'-r.e and Ernest Asleson. We All Want ICE CREAM! Turkey gobblers roasted "with trimmins" are likely to leave only just enough' 'dessert space'' for light, cooling Taylor Made ice cream. Serve it in all its luscious, creamy goodness as a perfect top-off to that most important dinner of the •:j '••}!•*. ""--'•: ' -"»•? ' , ' . r • - :>-. WE HAVE TURKEY CENTER BRICKS AND INDIVIDUAL TURJtEY MOLDS Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 FOR FREE ESTIMATE OF FUEL SAVINGS (NO OBLIGATION) CALL F. S. Norton & SOD V - Algona Phone 229 Eugene Wrays Here For Pheasant Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wray and two sons, Robert and Fred, lof Council Bluffs, visited Friday and Saturday in Algona with old friends. Their son, Eugene Jr,, who is acting os a rodman for County Engineer Smith while awaiting his call teto . the naval reserve, returned home with them Saturday for a , few days. The Wrays came for I pheasant hunting. Since leaving Algona, Mr. Wray 1 has been employed in the U. S. Engineer Office in the contact and tr.tply department which has charge of construction the Seventh Corps', Area Command. -, : Fred is uM.ending'" Abraham Lincoln high school and Robert is employed by u construction Bluffs. company in Council vin Clement. Robert Gelgel, student at the University of Iowa, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Lee A. Reed has named her tw''ri daughters, Rosalyn and Carolyn. The babies were born about a month ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Markla became the parents of a baby girl born Monday of last week at the General hospital. Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle returned to her home Wednesday after undergoing an operation at Rochester several weeks ago. Mrs. Myrtle Vlnlng is receiving medical treatment at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Vining entered the hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbec spent Sunday at Fort Dodge at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Fern Johnson began work Monday as a clerk in the Graham store. Miss Johnson is a 1942 graduate of the Algona high school. Irrtogene Hill, in the Metropolitan employ at Atlantic, spent the week end in Algona with,.her par-, eirts, Mr. "and, Mrs. Jess HilU Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ingham spent Sunday at Fort Dodge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart. JOHNSON, SENECA FARMER, RECEIVES FOOT INJURY ON TRACTOR Seneca: Ed Johnson, farmer 11 v Ing northeast of Seneca, suffered sever injury to an ankle and thi bones In a foot when he becami tangled up in the power take-off o: the tractor whoa lie was getting ready to pick corn. The acciden happened at the John Nyman farm Wednesday juot .as Mr. Johnson stepped up on the drawbar to gel upon the tractor. His foot slippei and went under the power take-oC which immediately caught his pant leg and started wrapping his leg around it, his shoe being Immediately torn off. Mr. Johnson was driving a John Deere tractor which has a hand clutch and he was able to reach it and thereby throw the tractor out of gear. Are you thinking of buying a farm this year? If so, Inspect this one. Be. 39g9 Swodgwissf 320^cres. fr W% Section 2497-30. I^ocateiJ 4% S, W, of I»o»e Bock on good gray;eLroQ<l, Plenty of improvements^-elee- tricity, ail Webgter and Clarion loani A good producey, • , -^t; I can sell tftjs fapftj in .2 portions if the piwchas- "" Terms; Ifteasonable flown payment, balance on liberal contract, payments equivalent to rent. Get full partiewte about tbe Aetna's farm purenftse pjan, before you buy, Write o E* T; Hauptmann Representative 4e.tna J4|e Insurance Oo, "' y jet your locait rea^or sbqw you ^ |afjn. Wesley Boy Joins Army at Pontiac, Wis. Wesley: Dtennis Vitzthium, his lady friend, Miss Alice Kaf.ser of Pontiac, 111., and Walter West came Wednesday m'ght from Pontiac 111. Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs George Vtzthum, has been employed in the Ellvvood Ordnance plan! at Wilmington, 111. He and Miss Kaiser left Monday for Pontiac and from that place Dennis ,w.Ml be inducted into the U. S. army. Walter who was working in the sh'-p yards will remain here at his parental Leo West home. Lou Vitzthum is also employed at the Ell- \vood plant. TITONKANEWS fj Charles Bruer of Davenport,, ar- home Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Richards vlaited last 'Friday at the lattet's home, the Swarilunds, Spir.'.t Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Doocey, o,f Swea City were last Sunday eve ling callers at the A. J. Hatterr 'lome. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Hatten's sister, Theresa Stelpflug, /Isited there. The Millen Jensens returned on Thursday ,njght from Rochester, Minn., where they had taken the former's brother, Linus to the Mayo clinic on Sunday. Linus returned home with them. Mrs. Bertha Looft, Des Moines, spent the week end with her son, Henry and family. She came up with some pheasant hunters from Des Moines and returned with them Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson, Ardia and Perry, wqre last Sunday afternoon callers at the Walt Gla- napp home in Eingsted, where they helped Paul Dean Glasnapp celebrate his Wrthday. ,Wayne Wilberg, student at Luther College, Decorah, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Wayne recently joined the navy, but expects to remain in school unt:M the end of the school year. Jay Thompson, who is stationed at Camp Butner, North Carolina, is enjoying a furlough at the home of his brother, Kenneth. He arrived last Monday and will leave again the early part of th!« week, '. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hanson and family, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Lakota. Valdon Eck-j holm of ArgMtrong and Mr, and Mrs. Jens Peterson and faintly were Sunday evening callers at the Cecil Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson and Frances, accompanied by the Kenneth HaJveraona, Fenton, drove to Humboldt last Sunday where they were dinner guests at the O. N* Nelson home. O. N. Nelson is a brother of Mrs. Alvin Nelson. Charles Oaborrt accompanied by Mrs, John Munch, drove to Roches? ter, Minn., Thursday afternoon to be with Mrs- Chas. Osborn who had submitted to a gall bladder operation Saturday. She had expected to be operated on Friday, but the hoapitajf were so, crowded a day's delay was necessary. •The Seneca Ladeis' Aid will hold Us annual *P«lon Bo* ,tey at && _ ,_„,, „. „ _, T Seneca church, Thursday, Nov. 1». b,qme Thursday; Guests were Mrs. A special program ha$ been arrang- "•--• *•" —•••-* " — " — •-- e4 ^Jfrs, fWVtaH charge. The Mission Bo*es __ c*U8ote4 P* tbftt dwr. -.Mfwfem Qie_0fte.diia, ifHw^wn., of Rlp*ite4 wUl be the rived at the Wm. Ricklefs Friday evening for a vfsit. Ricklefs and Charles are cousins, Mrs. W. L. Patterson left last Wednesday for a visit with her son, Homer Patterson and wife at Baltimore, Md., and to make the acquaintance of her first grandchild born last month. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harms are the parents of a baby born Sunday, Nov. 8th, at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. This is their first chMd and Mrs. Harms was the former Lena Sunken. Wm. Steeberg, Sr., Edward Stce- )erg and Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Stee- jerg, Jr., all of Fort Dodge were lore hunting Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Steeberg, Jr., spent the day with her mother, Mrs. Marie Sathoff. The' Federated club of Titonka met Tuesday with Mrs. T. A. Dunmire as hostess. Mrs, Miller Nelson conducted the lesson Bducat- ng the Youth of Today. Roll call was answered by a Magafzne I Recommend. < Mr. and Mrs.'Kenneth Swan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schutjer and, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz enterta'n- ed the Supper club Sunday evening at the Krantz home. Others guests were Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Schram, Hr. and Mrs. Harold Gartner and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sathoff. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop ntertalned three couples Thursday evening. Five hundred was played and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Dick 3. Meyer received score prizes, Dick 3. Meyer also was presented a rift in honor of his birthday by he group. Lunch was served by he hostess. Mr .and Mrs. Harm Kettwick and 'amMy, Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Mey- >r and family of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. John S, Rippentrop and £?. and Mrs. Pick B. Meyer and 'amlly enjoyed, a dinner at the B. I. Meyer home Sunday honoring Mrs. B. H. Meyer on her birthday which was Saturday, Nov. 14. Mrs. Howard French entertained he Thursday bridge club at her last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Irene ElRenbarth, employed at the Ben Franklin store, spent last week visiting her brother, Clarence,, arrd Arthur Benfield at Abilene, Texas. Bonnie Bonari «pcnt the Week end with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Bonnie is a student nurse at Mercy hospital at Des Moines. Joe Shaben expects to leave Wednesday for East Lansing, Michigan, where he will spend the winter with his daughter, Irene, Mrs. E. B. Hill. Betty Merritt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, spent Saturday in Algona. Betty Is taking nurses training at Mercy hospital :'-n Des Moines. Tied Chrlschilles, who Is in the navy and attending Northwestern University, came Friday to attend the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Sallle Kranz. Mr. and Airs. William St. Clnlr and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown went to Hampton Saturday 'afternoon where they attended a district meet- Ing of county agents. Mrs. E. F. Llpscomb and daughter, Darlene, returned Tuesday of last week frofti Dayton, Ohio, where they had spent a week or ten days visiting relatives and friends. Bill Burns of Sioux City spent the week end In Algona with a number of friends. He moved recently with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Burns, to Sioux City. Several Algona merchants spent the first of the week in Minneapolis attending a market that was being held. Among them were A. E. Kresensky, J. C. Wimmer and Wm. F. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Rita Dooley spent Armistice Day with the former's daughter Anita Rose, who is employed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance company at Norfolk, Nebraska. Charles and Jane Cretzmeyer of Iowa City spent the week end in Algona with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Jane Is attending the university and Chanes is doing government research work. Miss Josie McEvoy fell Monday of last week on the sidewalk near the Catholic church and fractured her right arm at the wrist. She is the organist at the church and will be laid up for at least s!oc weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton received word last week from their son, Arden, that he has decided to stay in Alaska during the winter. He has been, up there-during the summer with the Lytle Construction Co. of Sioux' City. Mrs. Ruth Harland of laPlata, Mo., Is the new clerk at The Elite. She is the mother of Mrs. Raymon Henry. Mrs. Harland succeeds Mrs. Hattie Philbps who went to Fort Dodge and is now employed at Lilyan's Dress Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan and daughter Donna Jean of Tole do, Iowa, spent the week end in Algoira at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan and with Mrs. Cronan's parents, Mr and Mrs. G. W. Ble.'ch at Burt. Ensign John'Kohlhaas, son of Mr and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, went to Ames Wednesday to visit his fraternity brothers at the Phi Kappa house. Tom Kohlhaas, a first year student at the Creighton UniversUj at Omaha, met him there and spen the week end with him. Ruth Ann l»f-rt«-v who has been secretary at the hi/.h school the past few yonrs. is now employed in the-Nebraska Insurance Department at Lincoln, Nebraska, where she assumed her new duties November 4 Ruth Ann is a daughter of the Rev, and l!rs. D. R. Martin. Mrs, W. F. Senghusch and son, Richard returned last Wednesday from a three weeks' visit in California, She visited her son, Donald, who is stationed near San Diego and is in the Coast ArtMlery. She also visited with her sister and brother and their families in Los Angeles. Word has been received from the Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, South Dakota, stating that Robert Muckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'L. S. Muckey of Algona, has enlisted in the army reserve, and Roger Michel; son of Mrs. A. E. Michel, has enlisted in the navy reserve. Mrs. Tom McOarvllle and son, lharles and Patricia Ann Colwel of Moorland, Iowa, spent Sunday and Monday of last week at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell and Mrs. Jennie Colwell. The u roup attended the wedding Monday of Floyd Colwell and to Velma Waterbury at Ledyard. Mrs. W. B. Nugent of Des Moines came Sunday for a week's visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. W, Dingley. Mr. Nugent will come Friday to spend the week end at the Dingley home and visit his mother, Mrs. W. D. Nugent. Mrs. Dingley has been ill with the flu he past week, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllles and son, Julian, went to Minneapolis Sunday or a few days. Mr, 7hrisch411ea wMl do some buying .'or the Chrlschilles store, They were accompanied by Miss Ella Von Dohren, who came last week o attend the funeral of her cousin, itrs. SalHe Kranz, mother of Mrs. ChrischiUes. Lyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, and Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, have recent- y been transferred to a new camp at Douglas, Arizona, from Bakers- Sekl, Calif, where they went recently to attend the Army Air Force Advanced Flying Qchoo}. (Lyle wrote that the barracks'had just been completed and that he and Jruce attended the first service to be held in the camp church. ,..., flWBl sen, "who is now an aviation e*det Albert Gran|ott spent Friday and Saturday in 'Cedar Rapids where he attended a sales conference. tenure Hagg went to Humboldt Friday to spend the week end with LaVonne Pr6w. Lenore is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. Mr. And Mrs. H. Pierce Wlttmer and two daughters of Des Moines spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McGahey of Victor spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P,ratt. Lillian GranzoW spent from Tuesday until Sunday in Algona with relatives and friends. Miss Granzow is a teacher in the Dennison schools. Mrs. Nlta Isaacson underwent an operation at a hospital at Rochester Friday and latest reports from her .bedside were that she is coming along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements spent the week end in Minneapolis and attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game. Betty Lou Towne spent several days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne. Betty 'Lou attends school at Kair- kakee, Illinois. Mr.' and Mrs. Wfllard Yeoman of Monticello and Gladys and Pauline Yeoman of Corwith were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. I. N. Melinc of Buffalo, New York, arrived Monday evening to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. Mr. Meline is Mrs. LaBarre's brother-in-law. Mra L. C. Nugent left Saturday for Burbank, California, where she will join Dr. Nugent who recently gave up his dental practice here and is now practicing his profession in Burbank. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer returned from Rochester Monday evening where they have spent the past two weeks and where Mrs Falkenhainer has been receiving treatments. Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Gene Gaddis were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Torrence, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sprague, and Mr. and Mrs. E. 10. Attelson, the latter of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Blensen and Howard Latch of State Center, spent the week end ut the home of Mr. arrd Mrs. _Nyle Latch. Mr. and Mrs. B'enserr are Mrs. Latch's parents and Howard and Lyle ju'e brothers. i Joe Lynch spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lynch. He was accompanied by Dan Davis of Creston and Jack Anderson of Ottumwa. All three are students at the University of Iowa. Eleanore XaBarre, a student at the University of ; Iowa, spent the, week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre She was accompanied by Candis Johnson of Fairmont who attended Lindenwood School for Girls with Eleanor last year. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of Tl- toirka.were in Algona Friday looking after 'business matters. Mr Wolfe who w<is seriou.ily ill during the summer, is' much improved The Wolfes have been spending the last few winters in Arizona, but expect to remain in Iowa this year. • ' Mrsj J. L. Richardson was called to Beloit, Wisconsin, last Tuesday by death of her cousin, Arnef Hawkinson, who was killed in an automobile accident the previous Sunday night. Mr. Hawkinson was driving alone at the time. He leaves a wife and family/ Mrs. Richardson returned home Friday. Mrs. Agate Gltchrist and Mrs. Maude Kuhns of Lemmon, South Dakota, arrived Sunday for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. C. W. Green. Mrs. Gllchrlst is Mrs. Greenes motherj and Mr«k Kuhns Is Mrs. Green's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuhns of Waseca, Minnesota, were also Sunday guests of Mrs. Green. Dr. and Mrs. Jolin Kenefick and sons, Stephen, Michael, and Tommy, spent Sunday at Eagle Grove helping the former's mother, Mrs. Thomas Kenefick, celebrate her birthday. Also present were Dr. Kenctfick's sisters, Mrs. Arthur Doenecke and son, Arthur, of Brooklyn, New York, and Juanitn, a student at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Corey of Des Mo : .nes vMredL -aii£urd«ly atlS* home of Mfs. iF. A. dorey.' ,TWSf had spent a few days at with Mrs. Odrey'fl »h>thef and $»»*» Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and 'd!fl some pheasant hunting. Their sort; Arthur, who is staff sergeant; In {he Air Corps, was:recently mdrf'ied in New Orleans to Miss Mildred Ellen Palmer, a Des Moines girl. Ta* newly married couple is now at home in New Orleans. Mrs. Ruth Hunter and Son, 1441% of Des Moines, spent the week end In Algona. Lynn visited at the Mrs. A. Hutchison home and Mrs. Hunter was a guest of June.Corey. Mrs. Hunter's mother, Mrs. It J. D.'>ckirrson, who had been visiting: her sister, Mrs. A., Hutchison, for a week, returned to Des Moines with her Sunday. Mrs. Dickinson, is recovering from a sprained an« kle which she Injured about three weeks ago. ;:* " ,.?£ >~i 1 Ic f, »: The following prices paid for wholemilk and cream butterfat as follows: '. ' :*','• October 1-31 Prices 3.5% Test Wholemilk Butterfat — 660 Swfeeti (Cream Butterfat ^-.—--.SSc .PSr^t Grade Butterfat ___51c F. 0. B. Algona Algona Cooperative Creamery Company Phone 400 Tues.-\Ved., Nov. 17-18 Action from the Gridiron! at Phoenix, Arizona, -.,_ he was recently transferred rom Santa Ana, Caltfornla, where he started Ws training several ths ago. Mrs, Pedersen, the L^ura Smith, is join her ...,.,_ Jif the near Mure. w£rwi§ feWNKTly enjBlo^e er Dies Moines < it_f^^ ^y;^ il ™ wSV&f* m COLUMBIA PICTUR Second Feature ' Barton McLano Richard Carlson in "HIGHWAYS BY NIGHT" Thurs.-FH.-Sat, Nov. 19-20-21 •tHi EMEUW • JUUJ USHW • FUKK WU.M< . lOUMg Dim JUNE C, tm»» • <M*4 b» Florion Robort, IWM B«r to Anthww CoUtwtt , Bu«d «n Added Attraction «Spy Smasher" Serial 200,000 Iowa Dairy Farmers THIS IS THf YEAR ^ TO SERVE YOUR FINEST HOLIDAY DINNER Butter-Baked Turkey Stun and truss bird; place breast-tide up on rack in uncovered pan. Brush generously with melted butter. Roast in 300"-325° F. oven, allowing 18-30 minutes per pound, for 10 to 14 Ib. biid. Baite frequently with y* cup butter. (If desired, bird may be brushed with butter-flour paste or covered with butter- drenched cheese-cloth, then butter- baited frequently.) Ask your market for complete holiday featuring Butter-Baked Turkey. QUICK RELIEF Symptom* »f PJftrtfi ArWnf torn STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID 2yertwo TREA Butter-Baked Turkey deserves the place of honor on Iowa's holiday tables—-since Iowa ranks high in turkey- production, and next to the top in butter-production. Three short years ago, Butter-Baked Turkey was the prized personal recipe of an Iowa housewife,. Today ifs famous from coast to coast. Yet, it's so easy to pre? pare, (See instructions above.) • YOHT family and guests will all agree that is at its best when you butter-bake it And this js tainly the year to serve your finest holiday dinner, So use butter in preparing, fhe turkey, god. all t trMnrnings, Because butter —and butter alp. bring 914$; the fujl flavor of so ipany food?, In u ,,„_», legating,, for fine pastries, or vegetable^ anj Ml f^jfem'^] 'Wscjpef, Wtfcjng takes the place, of &u#er ? ^, J ^ ^ ^ In this national emerseriey, ifs jj£«««*--'* *<£*—•"—*-•'^ tins WfJM&Wg-of your epfire-family,'! Pf PIPnfcwe (JQ&ds, especially d^irjf. j roilki jce cream, chegga h->£ butter." Yitetpu* A, byttser provlrt*- aner<?¥ ;. foy flavor, fpr fimjjy get? ple^t" p/ f 'er

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