The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 5
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ffo Alton* tTppef Dm Moinag, Algona, Iowa, Pec. 8,1942 BURT MOTHERS DAUGHTERS CLUB HOLDBANQOET BUrt: The Mothers and Daugh' tew' banquet which was held In the school gymnasium last Tuesday evening under the sponsorship of the Band Mothers' club, was well at* : tended and a very successful event The fathers and sons served a fine chicken dinner which had been prepared by the Band Mothers. The tables were decorated In the national colors. Mrs. F. A. Rlngsdorf acted as toastmlstresa and the following pro* gram was given: opening thanks, Mrs. Rlchmann; welcome, Mrs. M. E3. Rachut; response, Lorena Rleb- hoff; American Ideas of Woman- Mrs. Paul Plgge; piano solo hood, by Ruth Hodgson;"War'Work'of Today by Lucia Wallace, Algona; community singing lead by Erna Baars, /The Lutheran Aid society met on Thursday afternoon In the church basement with Mrs. H. B. Rachut COULD YOU S USE $100? Bet you OMI think of many uses for Itl Well yon c*i get 900$100-$200 or more In IMMEDIATE CASH through no. Money to pay -.tore Mils, doctor Wild, Insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock —easy monthly pay. mente-«p«cta| plan for farm. era, SERVICE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algom,!». and Mrs. Anna Relmers as hostesses. The BUHy Bee club htld.lta annual banquet, at which the families of the members were guests, at the Robert Leason home Friday evening. Mrs. B. W. Brooke, Hawarden, and daughter, Dorothy, Washing- tow, IX C., were calling on Burt friends last week Tuesday. They are former Burt residents. Mr .and Mrs. John Reveland returned to their home at Forest City last week Monday after a week end visit at the Carl Bahllng home. Mrs. Reveland Is Mr. Bahlings daughter. The Lutheran Wither League had a party Thursday evening to which all the young people of the church were invited. The entertaining committee consisted of Mrs. Evelyn Meyers, Paul Bierstedt, Raymond Lavrenz and Gerald Elmers. Kossuth Lodge, No. 540, A. F. & A, M., elected the following officers at its regular meeting Thursday evening: O. E. Hott, W. M.; the Rev. Paul Figge, S. W.; J. L. M'Jlor, J. W.; G. P. Hawcott, secretary, and G. H. McMullen, treasurer. About 15 women attended the home proect follow-up meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J. Lockwood Friday. It was an all day meet- ng wth a pot-luck luncheon at noon. Mrs. Floyd Duncan gave the lesson on the Care and Remodelng of Clothing. The following officers were elect ed at the Burt Rebekah lodge meet Ing Thursday evening: Mrs. Henr Gettman, N. G.; Mrs. Holgram. V G.; Mrs. Paul Macauley, secretary Mrs. J. P. Stow, treasurer; Mrs J. H. Graham, trustee. Installation will be held at the first meeting in January. D. L. Gbdden returned last week Tuesday from Scarvllle where he had spent ten days at the home o his daughter, Mrs Lorrlmen Hat tie. A NEW SERVICE Send Your Letter On a Record Your boy or boys in the service will be tickled pink to receive a letter from home on a phonograph, record. We are now prepared to make recordings. Let the boys hear your own voice telling them of home happenings. Come in today and have a record made to send to your service man. Records and Albums We have a large and excellent assortment of phonograph, records in classical and popular ; numbers. Give a'single record or choose a com; plete album,, :; New supply of needles ; and permanent needles , justreceiveid.Bujy while ttiey last. KOSSUTH RADIO & ELECTRIC Phone 170 With Pratt Electric The Gift of Smart and Easy Walking! RHYTHM STEP SHOE GIFT CERTIFICATE In Miniature Replica of Rhythm Step Shoe Box! Here's a gift she'll really thrill to—perfect for these busy days of hers! Painty, beautiful Rhythni Step shoes with their famous Rhythm Tread; to ease her step at three strain points! A gift certificate it tbi tan (boost tbt pqrfict style and sht for btr^-gayly packaga! in a miniature Rhythm Step shoe box to hang from tbt trtft And, incidentally, it's essy shopping for you! $7.95 KRESENSKY S RED CROSS ROOMS ESTABLISHED AT WESLEY FOR WORK Wesley: Work began Frida afternoon In the Red Cross rooms above the post office which hav been recently redecorated and flxe up fo rthe purpose. Surgical dress Ings wer folded and the quota fo Wesley for December !>s 5,000 dress Ings. Women who attended shoul bring, not wear a washable dre.3 or smock, a hanger, a small towe and something that will completel cover their hair. For the present, in order to con serve fuel, the rooms will be ope Monday afternoon and evening an Friday afternoon and evening. J. IM. Kunz is donating, the room the town is furnishing the watc and the Central States Electric Co will make no charge of the elec trlc.'ty used. Paul Frlberg built work table for the ladles. Mrs. Geo Hanlg and Mrs. Irene Studer pap cred and cleaned the room. Mrs Julius Kunz, who heads the nev Red Cross work, deserves credit fo her efforts in getting these room ready for .use in such a short time R. C. Bauer and Matt iMurtha o Algona attended an Implement deal ers convention at Des Molnes on Wednesday. •Evelyn Haynes of Hammond Ind., came Saturday morning t spend several days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Miss Madeline' Erdman of Lan sing, Michigan, spent the Thanks giving week end here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig Monday at the Mrs. Swanson home in Britt. The .Loeblgs now have a family of fou girls and three boys. Mrs George Aldrich submitted t< a major operation at the Mercy hos pltal in Mason City Wednesday Theron Hansen is substituting on the rural mall route for Mr. Al drich. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and family are moving from Andova Mass., to Portland, Maine, th'< week. Mrs. Smith is the forme; Ethel Braley, youngest daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braley. The C. D. of A. will meet Wed nesday evening, Dec. 9th. They will hold their annual Christmas party Wednesday evening, Dec. 16 The Catholic missionary society wil meet Wednesday afternoon,- Dec 9th. Mary Cecelia Wingert began teaching a rural school south o Burt last week. She is a daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Lawrence Wingert and graduated from the St. Cece lla parochial school in Algona las spring. The study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Keinpeter Mrs Arld'Dawson had the lesson The club will have a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Alfred Erdman Thursday afternoon Dec. 17th with Mrs. John Amesbury as co- hostess. Mrs. M. Page entertained her bs'idge club Thursdajy afternoon, Mrs. H. J. Braley won high score prtee and Mrs. F. Hauptman low score prize. Mrs. Julius Kunz will be hostess to the club at their Christmas party Thursday evening Dec. 17th. Mrs. Arlo Dn\v-nn was recently appointed head of the Block Plan of Organization for Civilian Defense War Services in Wesley and is at work on the Share the Meat Campaign. Her workers will call on Wesley folks with literature in regard to the why of the campaign and how they can assist in carry- Ing out the program. Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. Julius Kunz. Mrs. Harry Braley, Mrs. Maurice Page. Mrs. Fred Diekman and Mr.s. Al Wagner attended an all- day school of instruction on surgical dressing at Algona Monday. At :he local work meetings. Mrs. Kunz, Mrs. Dawsore and Mrs. Braley will supervise, Mrs.-Diekman will register. Mrs. Page and Mrs. Wagner will count, t.'« and pack. Mrs. George Kemper entertained ner 500 club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Htldman, Mrs. Lawrence Koppen and Miss Jane Eis- •snbacher were guests. Mrs. Law rence Smith won high score prize Mrs. Joe Studer low, and Mrs. Nick WITH THE BOVS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM ACTIVITIES OF OOttWlTH SOLDIERS AND SAILORS Cofwlth: Pvt. Wlltiam Dahl re- turhed to Randolph Field, Texas Friday of last week after spending a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dahl and Bill's Wife and also his sister, Mrs. E. R. Gentry find family at Sheffield. Wtllard Dunfee has returned to the Great Lakes Naval training station after having spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Dunfee. He is an apprentice sea m,an and expects to be assigned to a ship on his return. According to letters received recently from Pvt. Marvin Sloan, who Is somewhere in England, he 1s at a camp with homelike conveniences, hot water and with laundry work done, which according to Marvin pleased him immensely for he says as a "washer-woman" he wasn't much of a success. He also told of seeing Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt, when she visited the camps in England. Lt. and Mrs, Paul Beckman of Chicago are visiting th?<s week at the home of his father, A. S. Beckman. Lt. Beckman has been attending an aviation school in Chicago and has received his commission as lieutenant ?.n the naval air corps. He expects to receive his' assignment soon.. Leonard Trees, accompanied by his brother, Loirnie 'Trees of Clear Lake left Wednesday morning for Fort Knox, Kenutcky. They drove the car of Donald Trees to Fort Knox, where Donald is stationed. 'Dr. P. E. Walley left Des Molnes Monday evening by plane for Los Angeles to visit his brother, Sgt. John Walley, who expects to leave soon for overseas. Dr. Walley had planned to go by tra.'-n but on arriving at Des Moines was unable to get a reservation on the train so he made the trip by plane. He will visit an aunt In California before his return. WESLEY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS VISIT HOME FOLKS Wesley: Mike Wingert officer of the U. S. Navy, left Monday for the Great Lakes following a month's emergency furlough with his w'fe In Algona and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert near Wesley. He has been in the navy for seven years and had been In the Panama Canal Zone until the time of his furlough. P. F. C. Phillip Adrian oRCamp San Luis Obiapo, Calif., left last week for camp 'following a 12-day furlough with his parents, the iFrank 'Adrians of Corwith and with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and (Mrs. Lon Gouge and family. Corporal Richard Lawson of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Is spending n lurlough with his father, Homer Lawson. Corporal George Vltzthum returned to Camp Oooke, Calif., Friday following a furlough with his parents, the George Vitzthums, Sr. Master Sgt. Gordon iLoebig returned to Pine Bluffs, Arkansas ast Wednesday following a visit at his parental Ed Loebig home. Corporal Matt Hildman and his 'rlend, Arlie Thompson of Steel T. D., returned to Fort Leonard Vood, Tuesday. They had spent a furlough at the former's parental 3d Hildman home. ' —V— ACTIVITIES OF SWEA CITY BOYS IN ARMED SERVICE Swea City: Pvt. Harry Cushin 6 , who has been visiting his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gushing, left Jonday night to return to Camp Barkeley at Abilene, Texas, after n furlough. Frank Polton, son of Mr. and Mrs. '. E. Polton and Richard Schroed- r, son of Mrs. Barbara Schroed- r, left for Great 'Lakes naval sta- .•'On to enter "boot" training. A fin Arn ? ld Boevers of the Coast Artillery, is home on Thanksgiv- ng furlough. He is the son of the rank Boevers of Grant township nd is stationed at the Navy Yard ear Seattle. 'ifi^' f°o rl , Sohr °eder, of Craig leld at Selma, Alabama, spent a urlough with his mother, Mrs Bar* ara Schroeder. —V— Geneva and Dora. Pvt. Renn Kluger, who formerly operated a radio shop In Fenton, has enlisted In the Air Corps and is stationed at San Angelo, Texas, where he ils being trained as a radio mechanic. Technical Corporal Maynard Mueller was dismissed from the hospital on Nov. 23. He was taken there Nov. 15 suffering from pneumonia. Tech. Corp. Mueller who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mueller, Jr., Is stationed near Merced, Calif. —V— lUJllT PARENTS VISIT WITH SONS IN TEXAS CAMP Burt: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ei- vldge and his wife at San Antonio, Texas, and their daughter and her their son, Lieutenant Ronald Ei- vidge and his wife at San nAtonio, Texas, an dtheir daughter and her husband, Lieut. Ed Stewart, near Austin, Texas. —V—ACTIVITIES OF WEST BEND SOLDIERS AND SAILORS West Bend:, George Nlemeth is spending a few days with his mother. Niemeth has been stationed at Fort Leonard Wood for some tlrti as he was one of the first to be in ducted In the armed forces, Sgt. OrvMle Fuchsen of For Leonard Wood is visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen. Herbert Nellls started work i the liquor store Wednesday. Orll Stagman worked there as secon man until several weeks ago whe: he was inducted into the arme forces. Pvt. Robert Munson came horn the first of the week from Cam Shelby, Miss., for a visit with hf parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Mun son. He will return to camp o Dec. 1. _ y ERVINGTON BOYS IN NAVY SERVING WITH UNCLE SAM Irvington: WMfred Glsh recentlj went to Fort Dodge, where he en listed In the navy. He returned tc the Armour Lemkee home wher he has been employed and is now awaiting his call for service. In a recent letter from Lowell Samp ti his mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfred son, Lowell stated that he had been transferred from the Great Lake Naval station to Miami Unlversit' at Oxford, Ohio. He is now en gaged in a course oif radio work and will be located at the unlvern ity for a period of instruction which will last four months. Two for one. Use the Upper DBF Moines want ads. 3-tf , . Weber, travel. Mrs. Ign. Eisen bacher will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Dec. 17th. This wll be a Christmas party wlht an ex change of gifts. BANCROFT NEWS Donald Murray and Tasker John* son, Ames, spent the week end at their parental homes. A farewell party honoring Elroy Hatten was held in the Legion club rooms Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Philip Goetz are the parents of a daughter born last Friday at the Kossuth hospital In Algona, Robert Jones of the Great Lakes Naval Training station, came Monday for a visit at the parental Peter Jones home. Mrs. Dean Chrlstensen and her daughter o? Webster City came on Wednesday for a v?*it at the home of Peter Schlltz. Sgt. and MrtT. Raymond Gcode- now of Des (Molnes came Tuesday evening for a, visit at the MM. J. A. Pevine, home. Mr. an(l Mrs. Edgar Rowlet of Swea, City are the parents of a aoa born Monday, Npy. «. Mrs, Row* ef is the former Margaret Neuman. Mr- and Mrs. T. D. Garry a tt d Jr. and Mrs. A, H. Peltering env ertajned the Kossuth County Rural Mail carriers in the fcegion rooms Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Hunt and family, Jo? felferman, Speedy Thonipspn, Mrs. Gora/ Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Halsh and baby, W4 Plga Own pf Fort Dodge, were Sunday fu*»t« ftt the Pan Mc- pee home. Jerry Poocy was honored ftt a parly # the Ralph, Frif be home last VedneAday evfoJog. Those preji, RADIO n JOINS VS. AIR CORPS *enton: Mrs Chas. Glaus . s reurn h ° m ° Wednesday night from De ha. her visited with (Mrs. Renn Kluger, Yaw S & L CO. Store their Christmas Stockings! in Ladiet Rayon Pluth SHAGGIES A ™°> ~I2O value! Snug fur-like softness to keep her toasty- warm mis cold winter! She'll love the shiny bright red, blue or white of these "Fuzzy- Wuzzys". - "# » ^jft-S* ... n'OrtOY **S^ .„, 0 M P""» ufgl r os«, DI»" . . >• for > he »ole« and!* 8 See The 0. K. Rubber Welders FOR Modern Tire Recapping Service ALL RECAPS GUARANTEED TO STAY ON • Tread-Welder is an all electric thermostat con= trolled machine that welds the rubber on your tire without ap* I plying any heat to the sidewalls. Under this process any good | tire can be recapped several times* All tires repaired by the OK Rubber Welding Process are guaranteed to give satisfaction. We repair all sfees of tires, Tractor and farm machinery tires are repaired promptly, We splice and repair rubber drive belt*. OFA Official Tire Injpection Station No, W I 0. K. Rubber Welders AJg<wa,Ia, L, R, 118 Nortb Burt News The Birthday circle met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. C. Glddlngs. Burt was defeated by the Ledyar' basketball team Friday evening by a score of 28 to 21. Maurice Coffin and Jim Holding Milwaukee, cam* Wednesday for * week end v.'alt with Butt relatives. Greta Chamberlain and Lorena Robinson, Corwith neachers, spent the week end at the Karl Andersen home. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and aons, Carrol and Gary, went to Mlnneap- ol<e Wednesday night to Spend the week end with Mr. Reynolds and other relatives. Your S A L CO. Store Santa says, "Sure, we're going to make our trip same as ever. But no gold trimmed harnesses or silver bells. Uncle Sam says no frills this Christmas." Frills never have had any place in your S&L store. We're just a common sensible store with quality goods at common sense prices. That's why we're making hundreds of new friends this Christmas. People who are choosing our sensible, practical gifts. People who are doing with* out frills and are putting the difference in War Bonds. He'll think you paid $2.50! Gift SHIRTS Sanforized for Lasting FHI 1 79 Masterfully tailored in fine uslrouj broadcloth or rayon. Carefully cut and body shaped with wilt-proof fused collars! Gleaming white or handsome patterns ki checks and stripes. 14 to 17, Men's Warm, Good-Looking SWEATERS Full Zip Fronfsl Fine, long wearing part wools in colorful two-tone combinations, expensive looking novelty knits. Smooth fitting, full sizes. Just the thing to make his Christmas merryl Best telling $5 sfy/wf GIFT BAGS A/way* the ace-high a/ft i 69 Fashion winners at a special price! Fabrics and fabrlcoldi. Popular envelopes, 'pouches, handles... with luxurious linings and ln»W« details. Exact duplicates of $5 styletl Glamour for her home! Bedspreads Full double bed size! Soft, hNpH« baby chenilling, lovely pgite! deilgru on sturdy white or colored iheet- Ing. Just the luxurious loveliness she's a!way's wonted! 7942 » Hankie thrill! PETTIFOLD! Each in wee gift box at 29* Fine soft cotton lawn with perfectly rolled hems! Lovely flower garden prints. Choice little handles to tie on the ChrUtmas Iree, to tuck in her sloping! Give yourtelf g gift/ Holiday Dresses !*• gift luxurious! Chenille Robes like $101 TWi icosoo If» q call tp (docs ,.. with <j happy flath of color Wider ywr vpqrklo, too, with allttvins ttqoin bead Iriroraid blacl* Flowretflqtteren In, &M for everyone) WJd« iwwlng tonr fa tern* wft **

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