The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 3
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JThe Ateottft trpftef flea Koines, Algoaa, lewa, Pec. 3,1942 "BE" BRYAN WEST BEND COACH, CALLED TO COLORS fiend: Coach. "Bill" Bryan received word the first of the weok to report to his draft board at CM- knloosa on Deo. ii. In order that he may get his affairs straightened out before that date, he and his wife will leave West Bend th:s weok end. Members of his basketball squads and students in general regret, seeing him leave very much, but not any more than the board of education. Physical Instructors are very scare —in fact there just aren't any available. However, Mr. 'Bryan's local friends wish, him good luck. - , • J. A. .Olson and Mclvin Peterso went to Des Moines Monday to at tend a grain dealers convention. •Mrs. Mary Dorweller went to Ban croft to spend the winter with he daughter, Mrs. Pauline Arndorfer Harry Poffenberger and Miss MB. bel Dinsmore spent the week em w.'.th her parents at Fremont, la Mr. arid Mrs. Roland Collins vis, Ited Thursday with Mrs. Collins Bister, Mrs. Henry Zelmet of Liv ermore. Mrs. Herman Ludwig and daugh ters spent the week end with hei mother, Mrs. Rena 'Enockson a Ottosen. Mrs. Leroy Enger of Bode vis'.t- ed several days the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman. Harold Jennings' of Camp Bowie Texas, spent the last week with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jennings.! Supt. and Mrs. A. • R. McMullen and two sons were guests in the home of her parents at Lariesboi'o Thanksgiving day. Chas. B. Thatcher, Henry Montag Ross Brown and Joe Chamberlir attended a creamery meeting al Mason City (Monday. Mrs. Gene Simmons returned on Monday from a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. George Pier son, near Swea City. Elmer Sander of Hammond, Incl., came Thursday morning for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sander. Mr, and Mrs. George O. Folay and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foley of DCS Moines were Sunday guests of Mrs.. Nellie Emerson. Clarence Edwards arrived from Camp Bowie, Texas, Thursday, to spend his furlough' with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qmer Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groth of Colesburg, Iowa, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Groth's uncle, E. A. Anderegg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson are again occupying their home in West Bend after spending several months on their farm near Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Swartfagpr, Lou:s, Catherine and Mrs. Geo. Varcoe and daughter visited relatives in Des Moines Thanksgiving day. . •. Miss Barbara Rogge, who has bcerf working Ire .the Frankl^vHoJ telrhas gone to.iEmmetaburgV jwhere she has accepted a position in'.a beauty shop. • . iMr. and Mrs. Dan Ban wart moved from their farm to tho:r resi- TALKING THONGS OVER—This photo radioed from London, England to New York and souttdphotoed to Chicago last week-end shows a United States army officer, the Stars and Stripes prominently displayed on his uniform sleeve, conversing with villagers in French North Africa. The Yanks are now fighting the Nazis at Bizerte in Tunisia. German and Italian reinforcements are arriving in Tunisia by air and sea. dence In West Bend the last of the week. We hope they enjty their new home. Mrs. Paul Harms left for her home- at Ft. Leonard Wood Mo., on Monday after a ten-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen arid other relatives, M|BS Wilma Schafer of Fort Dodge was a visitor at the home of her parents over the week end Her brother, "Tobby" who enlisted In the nnvy left for service Tuesday. Wayne W. Carter returned to Jeannette, Pa., Saturday after spending Thanksgiving with his parents. Wayne is in the Finance and research department of the Elliott plant. Betty Jjou Walker who recently finished business school at Mason City, and is now working the.c. was an over Sunday visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker. Rev. and Mrs. Eckhoff had their children as Thanksgiving guests. Herman nnd family of Kanawha, Wiert and wife of Ft. Calhoun, Neb., Miss Stella of Highland, Indiana, and Peter of Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Sander of Heron Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scheppman of Fairmont, Minn., Mr, Mid Mrs. George Sander and family of this place were Thanksgiving day guests at the Henry Sander lome. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller, Miss Dorothy MMler and Mr. and Mrs. Ray (Miller attended a basketball *ame at Meservey Friday night Ray refereed the games.. Vern Mill er Is the coach in the high schoo :here. •Mrs. Nevins P. Cuplin announces :he recent marriage of her sister Vtiss Emma Colgan to Andrew M Troup of Des Moines. Mrs. Troup made her home in West Bend before going to Des Moines whore she has been employed. Mrs. A. Beneke of Laurens, anc daughter, M'ss Luclle Beneke third grade teacher of the Wesl Bend consolidated school, left for a visit with Ray Beneke, who'is sta- 'tipn;, at Fort Robinson, Arkansas ;Ray ; is a son of Mrs. Beneke. 'Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Men dell and daughter of Alden, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frienden, Mrs. Mcndeil and daughter remained until Saturday. Miss Lcla Friederr of Ana- mo.sa also was a guest ,'n this homo Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson anc family of Graettlnger, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Munson and family of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Day and son and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson and son of this place were dinner guests at the M. T. Munson home Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Kenneth Sundell and daughter and son- returned to their home at Minneapolis on Sunday evening after spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Alex Peril. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pcvtl took them to Livermore and from there they went on the train. Mrs. T. W. Williams went to Cedar Falls Saturday where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Grace CrUsmanj Stehen B. Williams of Canton, Mo., Mrs. Crls- man of Cedar Falls and Miss Mary Jane Cr'sman, who is teaching at Brighton,'Iowa, spent the week end here. Thanksgving day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. A. Jensen were Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Peters o! Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Zinzer, Donna and Carol Jean of Goldficld, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jacobs, Jo Anne and Virginia of Milford and Mrs. Dora Smith and Mrs. Delia Barringer of Ruthvcn. LEDYARD NEWS SERVICE MEN'S STATIONERY With Army, Navy and Air Corps Insignias Ideal for Christmas Gifts $110 50 Sheets and 50 Envelopes The Algona Upper Des Moines tf^^ Mijs. Warren (Lloyd and Mrs! Marvin Lloyd visited! with Mrs. Cecil Spatcher and little son at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Miss Doris Welfare were Blue Earth I .; shoppers Monday. Mr. and Mr.".! Albert Brand were Algona 'business callers Tuesday. Rev. Mueller of Cherokee arriv- IN CHERRY TIME' WILL BE LONE ROCK JUNIOR PLAY Lone Rock: The junior clftsa of Lone Rock high shool will present its play, "In Cherry Time'/" on Dec. 9th and 10th In the high school gymnasium at 8 o'clock p. m. The play takes place during cherry picking time and Cherry is the leading character. She is trying to help the fruit growers by insisting on higher prices for her cherries. But Joe Meadow.a refuses to pay because he owns the only availnble cannery. By clever maneuvering she wins not only a fair price for her cherr'es, but also a husband. Those taking part in the play are Luella Bierle, Jean Bates, Wilma Laabs, Luclle Hack, Phyllis Seegebarth, Dolores Fischer Eldon Browning, Aldon Mitchell, Marwyn Sohultz, Robert Marlow, Laverne Schroeder and Frank Richards. Frank Flaig spent Thursday nnd Friday in Des Moines on business, Mrs. Mike Doocy of Seneca spent Thursday at the Howard Bupah liome. Charlene Rath of Good Hope was a dinner guest at the Frank Flalg home Wednesday. Miss Bern'.ce Pompe, of Forest City spent the week end .with her parents, the Frank Pompes, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and fa.mil> were supper guests at the Henry Hnrtwell home Suturdny evening The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Emil Kraft Wednesday afternoon. This wa.s the Christmas party. Defence stamps were given and donated to the auxiliary instead of the uaual gift exchange. The Ladies' Mite society met at the home of Mrs. William Knoll, Sr., Thursday afternoon with Mrs Harris Wadsworth assisting. The next meeting w'll bo the annual ChrU'tmns party hold Dec. 17 in the church parlors. A farewell party honoring Harold (Pat) Marlow, who leaves for the army soon was held at the L. H. Marlow home Thursday evening. The evening was spent at 500 with Eldon Marlow and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt winning high, Dell Marlow and Mrs. Mervin Marlow low and Dorothy McCleisch travel. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hawks and children, Delda, Wayne of Spirit Lake, also their son, Alton, who Is station in Alabama, and this is first furlough in 8 yenrs, also Cecil Hawks of Des Moines, who is employed in a defense plant, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Melvin arrd Mrs. E. M. Hawks homes and called on other relatives. CORWITHW.S.C.S. MET WEDNESDAY: BUYS WAR BOND Corwith: An all day meeting of the four circles of the W. S. C. S of the Methodist church was held Wednesday at the church parlors. Despite the cold weather 35 members were present. In the morn- Ing each individual circle held its meeting: After the lunch the General society held its meeting. It was voted to hold joint all day meetings for tie three winter months at the cnurch to observe the gas rationing. The W. S. C. S. observed Bond Week by purchasing a $25 bond. Report of the treasurer, Mrs. Ben Ross, showed nt the annual bazaar held last month, the com- b-.ned receipts totaled $334.65, the most successful bazaar held at the ch'urch 1 .. The serving committee was in charge of Mrs. Charles Erickson who served a very wholesome lunch at noon. Miss Jane McDowell entertained the women teachers of the Corwith schools at a bridge party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Chas. Martin, where Miss McDowell is making her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merriam re- ceived a message Friday of the birth of a son to Mr. and S. R. Bleary at San Diego, Calif. Mis. B'-cary is the former Wilma Merriam. The baby as born December 2, weight 6 pounds, 10 ounces, and has been named Billy George. Dr. W. A. Struthers, chairman of the defense council, Glen Cashmere, air raid warden, and Armand Tabb, fire warden, attended a county meeting at Britt Monday evening. On Tuesday evening, Dr Suthers, accompanied by Lucille Miller, Katherirre Kelch and Mrs. Glenn Cashmere attended a county meeting at Britt, concerning the Civilian Rationing program. Mrs. Evelyn Erdman has boon hired to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Miss Brown as teacher of the third grade. Mrs. Sargent, teacher of the first grade, has resigned and will leave the latter part of next week to join her husband in California. As yet, no one has been ffred to fill her place. Reports are coming in from several of the boys in service as to their receiving copies of the "Home News" a paper edited and printed by the Mullins Seed corn company. Copies are sent to the United State Services and all heard from write how they enjoy reading about the home front. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Riohards spent last Sunday at the Earl Mudge home at Storm Lake. TWO COR WITH MEN RCTIRE FKOM FARM Corwith: Two closing out sales) will be held this week in the Fairview vicinity. Charles Johnson hits purchased the house, occupied by A. R. Gardiner, from the Ben Majttt? estate and plans to move to town shortly after the first of the year. He w'll hold closing out sale Tuesday, December 8. J. W. Johnson will hold a closing out sale on Thursday, December 30. Mr. and •Mrs. Johnson will leave soon for Oregon, where they plan to locate. Mr. Johnson has two brothers irn Oregon. Erickson Family of Corwith Moves West Corwith: Mrs. Charl.'e Erickson and sons. Buddy and Alfred, are planning to leave Corwith right after Christmas to join Mr. Erickson at Oakland, Calif., where h-s is employed as a firemen on the railroad. Mrs. Erickson plans on storing her furniture and Mrs. Francis Barracks will live in the Ericl:- son house. The Ericksons' son. Richard, who is a senior in the Corwith high school, will stay with his grandmother, Mrs. Alice Erickson-, until the end of the school year. SMS ^ Shop Grahams for Practical Gifts for the Family and Your Friends Men's Dress Shirts Full cut, fast colors. The new Glen shii't wMh fused collars. These collars will not curl, wilt, crush or blister. Sizes 14% to 1614 $1.65 COAT & LJEGGIN SETS—2 piece -f AC suits and helmet. Attractive styles Iiw3 SKIRTS IN SMART STYLES— M Qfl Flared, pleated model in fine fabricfci5IO RAYON GOWNS—A gift like these | A A is always welcome! I ifcw Pinafore Coverall Practical aprons .'•n colorful prints and sheer organdy. Roomy pockets, tie back sash tape trim or ruffles. For «jifts to 98c 2.79 DRESSY COLORFUL SMOCKS Zipper and belted styles. A practical gift SLOPPY JOE SLOPPY SUE SWEATERS Fine fleeced 100% wool. New colors, 34 to 44 ..'. Ha^e tjie Assortment Ever'! fc^ <lesjp$ t$ $oose, froin, njany g &e tr§»d. of fh# tinges, All prices, With Name Imprinted $4QQ 50 Cordi I up Orders must bj i« by Friday to Assure Pre-0terigt3»aj Delivery The Algona Upper Dei Moines ed the past week to take over his duties as pastor of the M. E. church. He will room at the Leo Anderson home. Mrs. Tom Lynch is spending u few. weeks at the home of her son Jack and helping with the household duties while Mrs. Jack Lynch is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warner spent their Thanksgiving vacatiin at the Asa Warner home. They are now located at Ogden, where Gerald is doing construction work. 'Howard Jensen returned Tuesday from Watertown, S. D., where he has been working on a defense project. He will remain here with his family until the first of the year. Friends here received word that Mrs. Anna Skinner of Algona is seriously ill. She was a formor Ledyard 'resident, and her friends here will be sorry to hear of her Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch .left Wednesday for Minneapolis where Mrs. 'Lynch will again . enter the hospital for further treatment. Her many friends hope for her early recovery. Harold Warner, Paul Garry, DeVere Smith, Howard Nltz and Mar- 1 vln Beach went -to Des Moines to enlist in the Army Air Corps. They will go back again for more tests Sunday, The circus program put on at the local school by the first graders was well attended and was excellently rendered. Miss Wilson treated the children to toe cream the following day. (Mrs. Ailt Troff and son, Arno, and Bobby Troff attended a birthday party ?<n honor of Joyce Ann Martin's second birthday. The party was at the home of Mrs. Ella Owens 'of Swea City. _ (Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and infant daughter went to their home on Tuesday after spending several weeks at the L. A. Nitz home where the baby was kept '.-n an incubator, The little one is getting along nicely. Albert Brand' took a load of his livestock to the So. St. Paul market Sunday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Brand and Mrs. Martin Gabel of Swea City, The ladies wfll visit with friends and relatives while in the cities. Mr, and. Mrs, Clarence Oswald, Mrs, Harriet Matzener and Patty visited over the week end at Eagle 3rove wth Mrs. Matzener's mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks and her grandmother, Mrs. Laura, Nlester. They report them as being in fairly good health. Mrs, L. A- Nitz has been appplnt- ed chairman in Ledyard of the Nock and Neighborhood campaign for Sharerthe-Meat for Victory. She wjlj appoint helpers who w'-H cover the town of Ledyard. Please welcome the ladies who will call on you. ' There will be a meeting on Wednesday, Deo. 9, at the L, A. Nit? tome to demonstrate the remodeling of the family wardrobe. It coo- tots of making aver old clothing and thoji.e of, ttu> 'boys Who have gone nto the army. Everyone interest- d M inyite4 to attend, Mrs, Harriet Matzener and her aughter, Patty, left for several ay*' v?flit with hep daughter, Mr. nd (Mrs. Cjargnce Oswald near Elmore Wednesday Jjr«. Majsener will leave soon to malje her home pb, Calif. Best w^hee ' with The new Fashion Hits at a 'thrilling? prjce youthful styles beautiful draping • many jewel trimmed • sizes 9-20, 38-44 There's plenty of dash and smart ness in these dresses. Smart crepes; rayon and wool, and rich velvet combinations. A wealth of colors well as black. A color for every preference for every woman! and a style Super Dress Values Choose dress group Crepes your new from this of Roman and Alpaca combinations. Everj dress a new model. S'oes 9 to IT, 12 to 2C 398 Rich Deep Black Fabric COATS 1695 24 s6 Luxury and beauty at these prices. Neural and Kara-Kurl .fabrics, soft and lustrous in season's top-notch styled boxy and fitted model sizes. CASUAL COATS 14 95to 24 96 Exceptional values in .casual and dres&y coate. Fur trimmed models. Fleeces, heavy twisted tweeds. Zip—snap— button linings. Richly Woven Range of sizes for every table These lace cloths are as carefully woven as though they cost twice these low prices. Beautiful all over designs with borders. Make excellent gifts. Table Cloths 2.49 to 4.98 Lunch Cloths Gifts Choose a sensible all-linen QOft woven crash or printed cot- 3Ov ton. They wMl give elegance to I QO any table at slightest cost. • •«** Sizes 52x52 up to 54x70 «| QO Handbags New Styles — New Shapes 1.98 2.98 Every woman will love, one ot these deep pouch envelope or top-handle models with novel fittings. , Head Scarfs, colorful pattern* ........ 79c-88e Knit Gloves and Mittens .. ............. _....79o-93e Men's Scarfs. Always appreciated Stens Dress Socks ..... ....... _ .................. 25c Boy's" Sweaters, practical, grift.' — Child's Campus Hose, -ribbed cuff Misses' Fancy Full Length Hose ...... L98 Gift Handkerchiefs LADIES' HANKIES—You'll find just what you want in these groups—white cottons, embroidery corners, dainty linens, and fancy colors as well. lOc 25c 49c TVvo Hankies in gift box 25c Three Hankies in gift box 49c GUILD'S HANKIES 2 in a gift box 25c MEN'S HANKIES—with white satin border,, white cord edge or colored woven borders are sure to IC» 4K*. please him IDC| ZOG MX3fS HANKIES 3 In fancy gift box 49c Hosiery HOLEPROOF Full Fashioned Luxsheer rayons and fine mercerized lisle stockings make about the finest gifts we can think of. New Fall Shades. RAYON STOCKINGS—Women are wearing these for daytime and sportswear. Full fashioned. • Fine sheer quality RAYON MESH HOSE in attractive open mesh with rib effect. Wo- j|f| men will appreciate these for gift "NIC 79c Beacon Fancy Blankets £95 •{6 all-over solid colors • 00% wool, 50% cotton • 72xM double bed size • wide rayon satin binding Really economical at this price. With care will give years of service—A perfect gift to delight any person! MISSES SPOBT JACKETS Smartly tailored styles in flannels or fleeces 4.98 Tiuee piece Dresser Sets Beautiful color combinations with p'yralin back and handles. Just the thing for inexpensive gifts. 3.98 39e CHENILLE BED SPREADS 4* COLONIAL BED SPREADS .. FANCY GIFT TOWELS Large sizes—solid colors, broken plaids, chain stripes Beautiful color effects in rich baby chenille. Including multi-color designs ot rare beauty—they make excellent gifts. / TOILET SETS 250 49c Bath soap, ducting powder sets, Shaving soap, cream «ets, Shaving lotion, soap, cream sets,' Dusting- powder, soap sets, Cologne and talcunj Boxed Stationery 26c 1.49 Yfajte and tinted sheets, «HrtPW«W envelope* J» novelty boxes, fifaart Gift Lingerie For a Happy Christmas A score of suggestions. Here we show- only a few of the many typical values from our interesting stock. Regardless of what you desire to give, or how much or how little you care to spend, we have just what you want! Beautiful Silk Slips ana Seersucker House Coats Thrilling Chenille Robes Exquisite Silk Robes 14 More Dinnerware Set* 32 piece sets, M pee. ae|8 5i95 to 16.95 A useful remembrance. Choose from this wide selection of new flora) patterns. 'Department Stores ALGONA, IOWA Give Pyrex Wars ^cjj lie pwi ; ^'J.,V^r O' ,, / >' * <,*.. .'/'X- f"-r .^',

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