The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 8, 1942
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The Algona Upper Dea ..... . - ... ^...-^.^.^..^..j^-'—*-..M ^-j^T-Lim^jjaijjiaj. TWOPEARLHARBOR SAILORS visrr IAKOTA PARENTS liaUotn, Nick Konpen and son. Elmer, drove to Williams last week Tuesday to meet the son, Ferdinand, M. M. 1st. class, and nephew, Arwold Becker. W. T. 2nd class, who «vamc from California for a 12-day ffurloimh with the home folks. Ferdinand jonied the navy three years ago in April and Arnold joined fthreo years ago th'-s month and this is his first furlough. Ford wns home for n furlough two years ago. Both young mon wore in the Pe.irl Harbor disaster a year ago and Shave scon real service. Esther Olson of Williams accompanied the .group here Tuesday and Ferd took toer home Thursday afternoon, re- fturninR here Saturday. They fot- •pect. to leave for their ship off the <nallfnrn:a coast Dec. 8th. . CMJB WILL «BSEUVK PKARI, HABBOK DAY The Commercial club held '-ts monthly meeting at the town hall, Thursday evening. Dr. H. H. Mur- Jray was appointed to head the organization as the president, Edgar Inlay, has gone to California. The men planned a meeting for Dec. 7 ait the school auditorium from 11 to 11:30 in observance of Pearl Harbor. Ferd Koppen and Arnold Becker, who were in the disaster, and who are here on furlough were present for the Elaine Rahmstock, Ames, spent last week visiting relatives here and left Sunday for the Marvin Baum home where she is employed. Raymond Rieklefs of Titonka visited his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Grace Bruer here Thursday. He leaves Dec. 10th for army service. 'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer onier- tained a group of friends Thursvi.y evening honoring Mrs Bruer's brother, Ray. who left Friday night for Des Moines to enter army servuv. St. Paul's Lutheran congregation received word Sunday. Nov. 2!>tn. that the Rev. Fred Darnauer hns accepted a call to this church and expects to move here about Jan. 1st. The Rev. Darnauer has a wife and two children and is closing ?. charge at Rockford and Nora Springs. Mrs. Allton Anderson received .n mesage from her father, A. E. Ballard, West Un'on. last week on Tuesday morning saying her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Allen had died that morning. Mrs. Anderson left next day from Mason City via train to attend the funeral. Mrs. Allen was almost S2 years old but lived alone in hnv own home and was ill only a week. Mrs. Anderson's . paternal grandmother lives in California and ir past 92. AS RICKEY SIGNED AS NEW BROOKLYN BOSS—Brooklyn N Y • Branch Rickey, late of the World's Champions, the St 'Louis Cardinals, :s shown as he signed a contract last weekend to succeed Larry McPhall as president and general manager of the Brooklyn Baseball Club. Present at the ceremony are James A Gilleanaeu vice president of the Dodgers (left), and George A. Barnawall (right), treasurer. Terms of the contract were not available. ^Sr^c^esifr^**!*^ f ^) } I (o'W 1 -A HOSTESS COATS ^ '*[ DRESS LENGTH.., \i i : f > FatbiotUct of. . • A bordered patf«fM«Jl sucker enhanced floral wntrait*'" Will make an ideal holiday gift and you'll want one yourself — The bordered pockets add an exciting touch.—Washable. Kresensky's a-. JU^ggaaJSaa^^ YES-We Still Have Electrical Gifts! Wonderful idea for Christmas brides, your favorite hostess—an electrical gift to give her perfect service in record time. We Juivc a »ood assortment of toastors, but no more aiiloina- iicrf, a few watt'le bakers, two electric roani - ei-.s, a i'ew hot" plates, and a niee assortment of table lamps. A door chime svoultl make an Christmas Decorations At present we have a coin plete supply of Christina.- tree 'decoi-ationrt, Ijight bulbs, Ugh't strings, etc. Last year, fortunately, we bought, heavily i>n these items. This year they ar<; not being made. FIXTURES Why not give "Her" a new fluorescent light the kitchen—or put one in the bath room. We have a large stock »t late model iixturea and can still oruor. They are a grand gilt fur tlu- house. Our Service Department back of Every Appliance Pratt Electric WHITTEMORE BOY MEETS KOSSUTH SOLDIERS IN WEST Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heitlenwith recef-ved word from their son, Ellsworth, who is stationed at Camp Callan, Calif., 11 miles from San Diego. While in San Diego, Thanksgiving day he met his cous'.n, Harold Voigt, Raymond Kenne and Kenneth Elbert, all Whittemore boys working in defense plants. He also became acquainted with Jim Muratgh of Algona, who is a second lieutenant in his camp, and he had quite a chat with Mr and Mrs. Andrew Kadings' son, of Lotts Creek, who :-s in the army. Ellsworth stated to his parents that it was really fun in he army as hi and two boys were on a high bluff near the ocean, standing guard. Thomas and Edward Kelly, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Sr., arrived in Whittemore, Wednesday from Great Lakes Training Statioir, to spend a nine-day furlough with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford left Wednesday evetr-ng from Fort Dodge for Los Angeles, Calif., for a three weeks' visit with their son Edward, who is working in a defense plant. This is the first vacation tho Fords have taken in the past 25 years. . John Waldron, war stamp chairman for Whittemore, and Mayor H. E. Woodward, O. C. D. and Salvage cha.'-rman, called on the three Whittemore schools last week and explained the Stamps for Victory program. The school children are pledged to buy at least one ten cent stamp a week. Each pupil can buy as many stamps as they wish but the purchase of one stamp a week puts them on the honor roll The Presentation Academy bas ketball team will open its 1942-43 season against St. Cecelia Academy of Algona, Wednesday evening Dec. 9th on the high school floor Russ Medin .'s again coaching th Presentation team this year. Arnold Knecht, son of Mr. an Mrs. Joseph Knecht, returned t Camp Grant. Monday, in Illinois, af ter a short visit with his parent 1 He is in the medical corps. Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Kollasc of Ruthvcn visited Monday w'-th re atives here. James Bigley left for Sioux Citj Monday where he will visit with re atives until after the holidays. Bob Finnell returned to De Mo'nes tho fore part of last wee after visiting with his parents, M and Mrs. R. H. Finnell and cnjoj in" a few days' pheasant hunting Emilie Steier has accepted a po ition with the Mutual Benefit In surance Company !ri Omaha, Ne She started her new duties Mo- 'Hi-win Vaudt returned last wee to St. Louis, Mo., after spendm his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt. He is a student in Concordia Seminary : -n St. Louis. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith left for Mason City Thursday evening to get acquainted with the new grandson who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker ,n Mason City. The li tltefl fer.gWW son City. The little fellow was born Thursday afternoon. They have one other chMd, a S lrl Mrs Alvin Zinnell and children arc spending several weeks here with relatives before returning to their home in Pontiac, 111. Joseph Keene. son of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Keene, and Roland Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Esser enlisted in the U. S. Navy and will leave Thursday, Dec. 4 C L Cavanaugh received a telephone call from Mrs. Cavanaugh, the fore part of the week stat-ng that she would leave St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, the latter part of the week for a rooming house, but has learned when she could come home. Mrs. Cavanaugh has been a patient in St. Mary's hospital the past three weeks and her many friends are glad to hear th-it she is improving rapidly. DON'T USE INK THAT IS WASHABLE ASKS UNION BOY Un:on: In writing overseas letters to soldiers and sailors it is always advisable to use ink that is not washable. A Unron soldier now abroad, reported he received several letters and couldn't read one of them as they had been written with a washable solutron. These are trifling matters to us and usually pass unnoticed or unthought of but see what a differnce a slight error made to a U. S. soldier. These letters, remember, pass through all kinds of weather and climates. Nick Roskopf and Gco. Grien wenl i Now York state to vlsll Mr Hen's home. The Town club met last Thurs- ny with Mrs. Mary Cink and the I'lzes went to Lena Marso and Irs. Fred Erickson. Mrs. John Preushl and daughters vho had been visiting in Milwaukee, Vis., at the home of Mr. Preushl's rother, returned to their home last Vednesday. Pvt. Marvin Eischen of Lincoln, Vebr., as a visitor at his home a vcek ago Sunday. He expects to omplete his mechanical air corps rair ing there soon and be sent to nothcr base. Mr. and 'Mrs. Magnus Rahm ac- ompanied the Cliff Dehrrerts to Omaha last week, end to vis't at lie Henry Hilfrich home and the Dehnerts to visit their son, Jetry, vho is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wienner of . . Rockford, Iowa, were all-day Tuos- St. Benedict News MRS. B.E. SANDERS ELECTED HEAD OF SEXTON W.S.C.S. Sexton: Mrs. W. C. Taylor enter- ta'.ned the Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service at her home Thursday. Devotions were led by Mrs. 3. A, Rlggs who read a Christ* mas story and a story by Grace Noll Crowell. Lesson on Christmas was read by Mrs. Herman Wise. A business meeting was conducted by Mrs. B. E. Sanders. A mission box was packed. Election of officers was held. Those elected were president, Mrs. B. E. Sanders; v.'.ce president, Mrs. Sim Bemis; secretary. (Mrs Harvey Steve'n; treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Taylor; supply chairman, Mrs. Clarence Swedin; flower chairman, Mrs. George Olson, Sr., and Literature, Mrs. J. A. Riggs. A program committee composed of Mrs. Sim Bems, Mrs. Drusllla Noble and Mrs. Oscar Hammond was appointed. Lunch was served Mrs. Mary E. "Miller left Monday for an Indefinite visit with her daughter, Mrs." Robert Travis of ess. Mrs. Martin Mimbach arrived home Monday evening from a week end visit with her mother, Mrs John Esser of Cylinder. James Steven, who has been residing with his son, Harvey Steven, left Tuesday ttit A visit with JSfH. Bei»le Wermersofl, hid daughter, at Miller, 8. ». George Rlggtf, Soft of Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs, who han been It P&ftaffla to the »Ui ents cupefate. . ii and CHATTER BOX Just fourteen shopping days left until Christmas, If you haven't started your holiday shopping, it is high time you did, ftenteber we are asked to mail packages even earlier than usual this year to assure delivery. You will find that extra special gift you are looking for here in our store, but don't wait too long. lay visitors at the John Grand ennett home. The Grandjennetts ire Mrs. Winner's parents. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Anton Grairdjennett and Mrs. Marie Arndorfer, another daughter, were also visitors. M. F. Amfahr Phone 126-W 705 Elm St. aSrsWWflWSraS^^ I f. Sportsman's Christmas Gifts Many fine Quality GIFTS for the Hunters, Trappers. See them at the Fishermen and H. W. BECKER Sporting Goods Store South of Kresensky's Corner Phone 720 j JSjgJSia^J&s^^ JLR One of the lovely gift il- ems that you ' might put under the Christmas tree Is a Burroughs , p)ock. .These beautiful little clocks are replicas of world famous clocks all over the world. Some are eight day w.'-nd clocks. They are made up in Mahogany and maple. Very attractive and accurate. JLiR A housewife is always pleased to receive something she can use In the kitchen. A deluxe Item of this sort is our Gourmet Pottery, fashioned after the cookingware of famous French cooks—the perfect casserole for every purpose! JUR We also have a complete line of Pyrex glassware, always a favorte but becoming more popular. We even have a whistling GLASS teakettle. JLR You might give a bathroom scales this year. We have tho Borg and Universal scales which are true and accurate. JLR . In the electrical appliances we have a good line of Coffee Makers, a number of sandwich grills and toasters. When these are gone there will be no more. JL/R ' Just received a new ship- 'ment of children's books In- clud.'-ng a pre-school assortment. JLR For those different and unusual gift wrappf-ngs, don t look further. We have a full and complete assortment.' JLR Dolls, dolls and more dolls. You can find just the doll you are looking for to putjj in the little girl's stock-i •ng. We have ". BI , ones and llt-X tie ones some dre ed and oth-l ers not. Some beau tiful cradle., too, for dol- ln jj JLR A good game is always appreciated by the youngsters and often times the older folks enjoy them on the sly. We have several games new on the market, target and card games as well as the old favorites. JLR A desk lamp is a good gift. Let us help you select one—. or one of our attractive Indian and Mexican woven baskets. JLR Other gift suggestions are dishes and Heisey glassware, of which we have ample stock and variety; novelty g'-fts for the man in service; pottery pieces, tools, etc. J. L. Richardson Hdw. Phone 170 The Union Mothers and Daughters club will hold the annual Christmas party at the Glen Jenkinson home Thursday, December 10. Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey wMl have charge of the program while the menu will be taken care of by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor. &3%%$y&&a^^ • ' I \ , Men DIAMONDS of QUALITY The Most Appreciated Gift of All $25 - $35 - $50 - $75 - $100 $150 up Gruen - Elgin - Hamilton Watches Gift Suggestions RIGHT DRESS! Yardley's — Old Spice:— Friendship's Garden — Max Factor —Evening in Paris — Richard Hudnut — and Elizabeth Arden Toilet Articles. Sheaffer'« new "TRIUMPH" Tocfcaway pen set meets oil U.S. Service requirements, and carries safely in ANY position—in shirt, coat, or trousers pocket. It's the ALL-PURPOSE pen—wearable in all climates, no matter how much or little clothing is worn. Give this newest fine set to your loved ones—get letters back. Sheaffer pens, all colors, '275 to '20. See 1 our selection. TRIUMPH SHEAFFERS NEWEST JIM**™ Meeker made Leather Goods — Bill Folds, Travel Kits, etc. Toilet Sets — Mirror, Bri^sh and Comb $4,50 up Shick Electric Razors _ - -$12-$15-$18 White and Wyckoff's Stationery Eastman Kodaks and Cameras At LAW . Lowe W. B. "" W, RttLLMt A£ LAW Office in Sawyer Building' Office Phone 42t ALC|ONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, Iowa B. J. Van Ness Allen-A. Brunson VAN NESS & BttUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 i Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SttUMWA* & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Hutchison Bldg., Phone 58 ALGONA, IOWA LDfNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (Ctaunty Attorney) Office In Hutchison Building "PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone' 300 Res. Phone 320 C. H. CRE1ZMEYER, M, D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIW O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 184 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to rron-sur- glcal treatment of rectal dUeasfes, varicose veins and rupture DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre BMg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. a D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 869 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 118 EMMETSBURO PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans v to, Farmers arrd Stockmen, with" a sound basis for credit. ;• ' Rate 4%%." '-••• -.'i Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 500 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper * Des Moines i H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every- load insured against loas or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. BORCHARDT'S DRUGS and JEWELRY my&X^^ "BETTER "QUICKER QUALITY" SERVICE" HEADQUARTERS For Matie-tO'Order RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW I STAMP PADS AND INKS BAND §IAMPS-§EAU THEALQONAUPPEB DES MOINES

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