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A ft The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. Dec. 1, 1942 PORTLAND GIRLS HOLD PARTY FOR MOTHERS AT BURT Portland: Lavonne Shlpler, Mary "Lee Parsons,, Patricia Wolf and 'Evelyn Becker, (members of the home economics class of the Bttrt high school entertained their mothers at a tea at the school house Tuesday, Nov. 24th. There was 10 In the class and each had a guest, most of them their mothers. The president of the class, Patricia Wolf, Introduced the group and announced the program. Joan Chlpman talked on "The Advantages a Home Economics Girl Has In the War Effort." Evelyn Becker played a piano solo, "Falling Waters." Joan Chlpman played a bell solo, "God Bless America," accompanied by Evelyn,. Marlys DundaS gave a talk on "War a Youth's Standpoint." Aeextette, Beverly Bussle, Lavonne SWpler, Janet Sage, Marjorle Klein, Helen Rachut and Patricia Wolf sang two numbers. Janet Sage reviewed their home economics achievements. Marjorie read a Thanksgiving poem The group sang a verse of th "Star Spangled Banner." The te: table was beautifully arranged with the silverware and napkins laid In the form of a large "V". Red, wfilti and blue candles were used. Open faced sandwiches and dainty cook les with red,.white and blue brick ice cream were served. Jacqueline Person poured assisted by Lavina Groen. Miss Esther Steen is the teacher. The Band (Mothers club at Burt Is sponsoring a Mother-Daughter banquet to be held Tuesday eve nlng, Dec. 1st at the Burt school gymnasium. Mothers with all boys are borowing a daughter. > Mary Lee Wolf, a student nurse at St. Anthony's hospital, Carroll, visited her parents, Mr. and M™. Edw. Wolf, Thanksgiving! day. Itfary Lee started training in September and likes her work very much. A good sized crowd attended the farm sale at the Clyde Bristow farm Tuesday, Nov. 24th. It Is reported that very good prices were- paid for everything except the top buggy. 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Their l.'<ne of reasoning is bad and like a boomerang often comes back to the 'injury of the sender. , The lady applying for a divorce from her husband with whom she had lived 20 years was asked by the judge why she wanted to ditch John, so late in life. She said she had a slight suspicion that John was not the father of her youngest child. A very poor reason you Will adm.'.t. But there is a good reason .why so many people trade at Neville's. They get the same shoes for less money, We handle nationally advertised popular lines among the best made in the United States. "Just now that means the world." You save Jl-60 on each pair of Patricia Pat, Fortune or Jobnstonians y OU buy at Neville's. These are lines that are featured f>y the best merchants* everywhere. Just now we are offering the "Ktog", a man's oxford made In Milwaukee at $3^9. Black or brown in a variety of patterns. They are welcs an3 have the good/ old 8 iron leather sole. We had 600 pairs of th.'« oxford but they are going fast. No more for the duration. J f t \f til immie Neville UB8 MAN FOUR BIRTHDAYS Thanksgiving Dinners Here and There, WHITTEMORE, ON Enjoyed by Fenton Neighborhood People THANKSGIVING Whittemore ? A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and (Mrs. Henry F. Schultz Thursday evening to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Schultz, her son, Geo. Schultz, and daughters, Mrs. Ruth Potratz and. Mrs. Edna Meyer, all four having their birthday crt Thanksgiving Day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vo.'gt and son, Raymond, and daughter, Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Held- enwith, Mr. ahd Mrs. Henry Kuecker, iMr. and Mrs. .Leonard Meyer and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland, and daughter, Nelda, Ralph Sebers, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and son, William Elmo, and 'Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family, IMr. and iMrs. Herbert Potratz and sons, Sdward and Richard of Letts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and daughter, Elaine and son, Eldon Say of LuVerne. The evening was snent at cards by the men while :he ladles spent a social evening. A del.'<clous lunch was served later In the evening. •Arthur and Earl Zabel returned to their home In Milwaukee Friday evening after spending a week here Visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braa'tz. iMr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and son, Gerald, were Thanksgiving Day | d.'.nner guests with Mr. and Mrs George Maahs. (Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer an< daughter, Elaine and sonJEldon Jr., of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons, Edwari' and Richard of Lotts Creek wer ThankagJvirig day dinner guests with the parents of the women, Mr and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs Herman Meyer anc Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer anc aon, Gall, spent Tuesday evening at the Alfred Brunh home celebrat ing the Bruhns' wedding annlvera ary. AUce Eisele, who Is teaching a Webb, came home Wednesday eve ning for over Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele Arthur and Earl Zabel of Mil waukee, Mrs. ILouis Braatz an Emil Braatz visited with Mr. am Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth Wednea day evening. Mrs. Emelle Heidenwith of Brit came to Whittemore Friday where she will spend several weeks at thi lome of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Heldenwlth. Doorthy Sebers, Rosella Volgt anc \Iary Kelso, spent Thanksgiving day with their respective parents. Emil Braatz, Mrs. Louis Braatz and daughters, Ruth and Dorothy of here, Earl and Arthur Zabel o Milwaukee, visited with Mr. and Urs. Erwln Braatz at Fairmont (Minn., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr. and son, Alvn, of here, Mr. and Mrs Edwin L!«b and family of Lotts Jreek and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke and daughter, Marjorle Ann of West Bend, were Thursday din ner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. • Mr. and Mrs .Raymond Tietz of Fenton, Edward Tietz and son, Ortwin, of Lotts Creek were Thanks- living day dinner guests with Mr and Mrs. Archie Volgt. , Thanksgiving Dinners Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rtebhofl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor of Burtf (Mrs. Rate Doege of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Shirley were guests at the Peter Hayenga home. The Clarence . Wegener family and Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Eunice and Kenneth and granddaughter, Barbara Hanlfan, were guests of Mrs. Kate Wegener, Al- goRa. Mr. and Mrs. Webber Yager, Frank Bailey, Francis and Hadley were guests of the Cecil Baileys at Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Charl Priebe entertained at dinner and supper Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prlebe, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Prlebe, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pr?«be and Donnle and Mr. and Mrs. Art Prlebe and two sons, latter of Lone Rock. At the Paul Nemltz home, guests were the Arthur Jentz family, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and Robert of near Fenton, the Ernest Meyer family of near Burt, Art Blerstedt family of Lakota and the Hugo Mlttag family of Truesdale. Dr. and Mrs. August Krause of Spencer were dinner guests at the P. 'H. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mueller, Jr., and Olivia were guests at the Art Gade home .'<n Algona. (Frances Bailey, teacher at Brltt. spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her father, Frank Bailey. 'Pvt. Ralph Jensen, of Califor nia, was a dinner guest Thursday at the Lloyd Finnestad home. Mrs. Howard Rabey of Charles City came Wednesday night for a visit at the parental E. J. Frank home. Mrs. Forest Hanlfan, Jr., visited her husband, Pvt. Forrest Hanlfan In Chicago from Wednesday to Monday. Shirley Frank, employed in Dee Moines, visited at the parental K. J. Frank home during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad and Marian attended a sewing circle Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Ellen Johnson in Emmetsburg. Bob Burwash. spent his Thanks- giv'^ng vacation at the parental M. E. Burwash home. He attends the Pillsbury Academy at Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pflster and little daughter spent their .Thanksgiving vacation at the parental A. Pflster and N. C. Hemtingsen homes in Decorah. Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage, teachers in Des Moines, spent their Thanksgiving vacation at the parental W. J. Weisbrod and C. F. C. Laage homes. Supt. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and Carol Sue left Wednesday evening after school for Nora Springjs, where they spent their Thanksgiving vacation at the parental W. F. Tatum home. Barbara Frank and LaVonne Newel visited durf.ng the holidays at the parental E. J. Frank and Chas. Newel homes. Both are students at the State Teachers' College In Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag and family of Truesdale came Wednesday evening and visited until Friday at the parental H. F. Mlttag home at Lotts Creek and at the Paul NemMz home. LaVonne Madden left Wednesday night for Cedar Rapids where she visited at the W. E. Yessler home and with her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Kohl. She returned home early Monday morn'.ng. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker of Lester were overnight visitors on Wednesday night at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Thursday they left for Green Mountain to visit with their daughter and her hus- •band, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thomas until Friday at which time they went on to Iowa City where Mrs. Denker had a check-up. They returned to Fenton, Saturday. A Letter From a Buddy to Joe Doe (Continued from Last Week) I landed in Camp with 75. Ten minutes later I waa broke. I never aw so many 7s and 12's on a pair of d:<ce. So I tried cards but things still went wrong. One time I got five aces but I Was afraid to bet It's a good thing I didn't. The corporal next to me had six kings 'inally I said, "This is a crooked (oker game." The corporal looked kind of sour and said, "This ain't poker, we're ilaytag pinochle." Everything was crazy—if you were a livery hand they put you -in :he medical dispensary. If you were a night watchman they made you officer of the day. I saw a guy with a wooden leg and I asked him what was he doing in the army. He said, "Hell, Son, I'm here to mash the potatoes." Yes, Bud this life my foot. I a nice life, nice never will forget the mornnig wo turned out for Inspection of men. It was 5 below zero and they wanted to see us in our underwear . . . The lieutenant told us to fall in and right dress. I asked the guy next to me bow could we? Then the lieutenant looks at me and says, "Stand up here, you." I said; "Pm up. This underwear make syou think I'm al'tting down." He got so mad he put me orr a work detail digging ditches to be used for private purposes. A little while later he comes around to see what he could find wroni* and said, "Don't throw that dirt there." SI said, "Where am I going to throw it?" He said, "D.'g another hole and put it in there." By that time I was pretty mad myself so another guy named Jones and I got a quart of whakey and drank it. Jones began to act funny so I ran to the doctor and told hm Jones was going blind. He asked me what we bad been doing and I told him. He wanted to know if Jones waa seeing pink elephants. ¥ told him, "No, thafs ttw trouble— they're there and Jflnes doesn't see 'em" Three 1 days later we sailed for Australia. Marching down the pier we had some more bad luck. The sergeant in charge of my df tail »\,ul- tered ana it took him so long to say "Ralf that ?7 of us marshal off (he end of the pier and into the. fcay. They were pulling me Ql just as the captain came along heltowe4 f ftll in. 19 I to!4 him ?4 JUJt been in. (To be cpnUnued) WITH THE BOYS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM SOLDIER ACTIVITIES OF BANCROFT MEN AND BOYS Bancroft: Leroy Hatten, owner and operator of the Hatten blacksmith shop, has received orders to report for act've duty with the U. S. Navy next week. •Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Menke of Camp Babler, Mo., came last Sunday morning for a visit at the J, C. Menke home. Pvt. Jim Menke of Long Beach, Calif., arrived Tuesday to spend a 15-day furlough at the parental J. C. Menke home. Pvt. Hubert Govern left Sunday for Camp BarMey, Texas, after spending a fifteen day furlough at the parental Mrs. Mary Govern •home. —V— Aonrvrrnss OF LEDYARD BOYS IN ARMED FORCES Ledayrd: Pvt. Earl Jorgenson of Camp Crowder, IMo., came Thursday to spend a 12-day furlough with his wife and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jorgenson and other relatives. Pvt. Marvin Lloyd arrived In Ledyard Thursday for a 12-day furlough with his wife and little son at the Fred Bauman home and with his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Warren Lloyd. Marvin is stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo. iPvt. Mllo Cassem of Camp Crowder, Mo., arrived home Thursday for a i2-day furlough.: witty: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cassem, ! Pvt. Elwood Green of Ft. Omaha, Neb., arrived early Tuesday morning for a 5-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm other relatives and Green and frtends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Esther entertained at a dinner or Tuesday in honor of Pvt. Elwooc Green the following guest, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and son Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green and child ren, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins and children, Pvt. iElwood Green and Miss Betty Mae Oestreich o: South St. Paul. Elwood returned to Ft Omaha Thursday afternoon and 6he Collins family returned to Chicago Thursday' evening. -V— CLAIMS DICK 8CHROEDER AS YOUNGEST SAILOR Swea City: Sgt. Carl Schroeder came Wednesday from Selma, Ala. for a 14-day furlough. His mother, Mrs. Barbara Schroeder entertained at a turkey dtaner Thursday night honoring Carl and his brother Richard, who left Friday for the navy. Richard who Is only 17, is Swea City's youngest man in the service. Corp. Cletus Turnbaugh of Knollwood Field, N. C., WM here o couple of days last week, during his furlough. His father, Bert Turnbaugh who left here following the death of h.'<s wife for Sioux City, is now living at Algona where he has relatives. Sgt. Emory Bergeson left Wednesday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. after having been home on a 14- day furlough. The Orvis Bergesons of Minneapolis were also guests over last week end at the parental Ed Bergeson home. —V— ALGONA SOLDIER ASSIGNED TO CALIFORNIA CAMP Wilfred Schneider was here recently on a nine day furlough after being on a manuevers in Tennessee. He left Friday night for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and will be transferred to Camp Young, Calif., in December, —V- OF FENTON BOYS IN ARMED SERVICES Fenton: Marvis Luedtke was honored at a, party Thursday evening at the parental H. E. Luedtke home. The evening was spent socially «f- ter which lunch was served to nine;y relatives and friends. Marvin, who was 'oiducted into the army, and left for Des Moines early Monday morning was presented with a ring and cash. Mra. J. A. Schwartz and Pvt. Bob JchwarU drove to Des Woines on Friday, They were accompanied here by Mrs. Minnie Starke, who has visited here the past three week?, Edith Laage accompanied them home for a week end visit- Pvt SohwarU left from Des Moines for Hondo, Te*as, where he !« stationed, Corp. Arnold Alderson of Fort Silk QkJa., visited Wednesday night with, Mr, and Mrs, Arlo Ranney. <gapt. aid Mrs. Harold Newel of Fort fce&ngrd. Wood, Mo., came Sunday and visited here until on Thursday at the parental Charles Newel home.. Capt. Newel had a seven day furlough before going to Calif, to take desert training. Wayne Alderson, stationed at Normoyle, San Antonio, Texas,, has again received another promotion, this time to Technical Sergeant and the promotion came on Friday, the 13th. _V— SOLDIER AND SAILOR DOINGS IN QLJVERMORE VICINITY Livermore: Virgil Boyd, who has been doing iF. B. I. work in Wash- .'•ngtoir, D. C, arrived for a visit with his parents on Thursday morninj. He will complete his studies at Iowa State Teachers college at Ce dar Falls,and then go to the navy. Robert White, who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., arrived last week for a visit with his sis- tar, Mrsk (Harold Fredrick. On Thursday he left for Chicago for a v.'slt with his brother, Reed White. Corp. Dale Sarsgiaard of Key Field Meridian, Mississf.ppi, visited Monday at the Albert Weber home. He was employed at the Weber home for several years. He is visiting with his father at Humboldt. Douglas Rankin, who '-s stationed in the navy at Great 'Lakes, 111., arrived home Tuesday for a furlough to visit his parents. Rev. and Mrs. Rankin. He was accompanied by •his twin sister, Dorothy from Waukesha, Wls. Dorothy will take up nursing in February. —V— UNION TOWNSHIP SAILOR EXPECTS TRANSFER SOON Union: Dale Ehrhardt, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Ehrhardt of Union, who is in the naval reserve, wrote his parents from San Diego, Calif., Nov. llth not to write him there as he planned on be.'ng transferred but didn't know where. He enlisted Sept. 25th and is taking a machinists mato'd course. He already had an aviation mechanic's rating so his parents believe he might be aboard a ship or carrier. —V— LUVERNE BOY HOME ON FURLOUGH BY PLANE LuVerne: Elead Wegnnr arrived Tuesday morning from the west coast for a short furjough. He came by plane to Des {Moines where his parents met him. Ho was just ready to return to the Great Lakes tracing station last December 7, after his basic training, and has not been at home since. —V— ACTIVITIES OF WESLEY BOYS IN ARMED SERVICES Wesley:, Corporal Lawrence Neuroth and Sergeant Harold "Bum" Lloyd of Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif., are spending a furlough with folks here. Sergeant George Vitzthum, Jr., of Camp Cooke, Calif., came on Wednesday for a furlough at his parental George Vitzthum home. His friend Birdie Schultz met him in Des Mo.'nea. Dennis Vitzthum was inducted into the army Monday from Pontiac, 111., where he has been employed in: a defense plant. He visited his parents here recently. Sgt. Eldon Waldschmidt of Fort Leonard Wood spent a few days' furlough at his parental Leo Waldschmidt home. Are You Thinking of Buying a Farm This Year? If So, Inspect This One Re 3929 Snodgrass 320 acres. W% of Section 24-97-30. Located 1% S. W. of Lone Rock on good gravel road. Plenty of improvements—electricity, all Webster and Clarion loam. A good producer. I can sell this farm in two portions If the purchasers so desire. Terms: Reasonable down payment, balance on liberal contract, payments equilvaj- lent to rent. Get <full particulars about the Aetna's Safe farm purchase plan before you buy. Write or call E. T. Hauptmann Authorized Representative Aetna Life Insurance Co. Corwith, Iowa or let your local realtor show you this farm. 47-48 Your S&L Co. 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Lovely rayon satin GIFT SLIPS 19 $1.39 qualify/ i The perfect gift because they're Just the slips she chooses for herself. Four- gore bias cut, gracefully tailored with lace trim or plain tops. In lovely tea rote. Sizes 32 to 44. Give yourself A Gift! HOLIDAY DRESSES 95 They look like 5 For a flash of color under your coat, for head-line new style details, for soft, shy posted or regal sequin trimmed. block, see this collection! Two-piece-ers, Iprtos, dancing skirts . , . everything In sites for every rorsi rorc* Let the ypgngsleri see them all in our twrtlag .Toylond) Thf low p/lcei ar» 91 ttyriffifia 91 the fun. TWf " I l ; t''.

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