The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1942 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1942
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' '•'W'fJ-lMMfcH.WUKM. fON WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINS ON CHEST DAY AxftftltMT. Tli* WOJnafts club en- terfatned hutttand 6f the members, tHe faulty, r(i*al teachers and otli- *t tfueats M theif annual guest day meeting, Tuesday evening In this Metbodtet church bailment, lift. Melvln Mansager was entertainment chairman and was as8!*t- »d by Mrs. Henry Lindsay and MM. tfrtieSt; Votteler. The following program was given: medley o ChrUtmaa music by Mrs. Gerald Volgt; Work Done by the Club Mrs. W. E. Laage; a one act play "Gram'ma Sixes the Car" with Mefldames E. W. Ruake, A. H. Mcy - ett, O. H. Stoeber, E. J. Frank 3. A. Q. Smith and EX C. Welsbrod taking part; vocal Mrs Lester \Velsbrod and- Mrs. MMtor Welflbrod, accompanied at the pla no by Mrs. Gerald Volgt. A rend Ing, "At the County Fnilr" wa riven by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Luno was served at four long tables dec orated in keeping with Christmas Place' cards were miniature wa Chrtetmas bells. Gifts were brough by the club members for the low •Chlldren'a Home In DCS Molne This an annual custom. The host esses were Mesdames F. Pi Newi. O. H. Stoeber, George Jorgensor John Light, W. E. Laagc and A H. Meyers. DEPEW LADIES AID HOLDS GUEST DAY WEDNESDAY The Fellowship circle of the Depew Ladles Add toad Us annual guest day Wednesday afternoon at tne home of Mrs. Morris Mitchell with Mrs. Ole Pederson assistant host- e<y> The program opened with the grup singing Christmas carols followed by scripture and prayer by the Rev. A. K. Gaard; duet by Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and Mrs. B. G. Berkeland; readings by Mrs. Dale Long and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. During the business meeting Mrs. B. G. Berkeland was re-elected as chairman of thia circle w.'.th Mrs. mer Cody as the assistant Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were appointed the committee to call on the sick. Guests rece'-ved notice to repot t U.MI-- , . he Dairy Congress HI-M»..•*.-.. f his recent trip through eastern and southern states. Iri a beautiful and solemn ceremony 29 students of 81} John's >lgh school were Inducted into the Blessed Virata Mary Sodality on Tuesday morning at St. Johns church following the High Mass. Rev. J. H. Schultes, director, sang he Mass for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, inducted the new members in a special ceremony and officated at the benediction. TITONKANEWS «e Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton wer business callers at 'Mason City on Thursday. Pvt. Edgar Ricks of Camp Bo w'e, Texas, who spent a week wit home folksji returned Friday t camp. Miss Lorraine Kuchenreuther who enlisted in the WAACTs som o it with Mrs. w«.. .. —After supper the ladies played 600 and Mrs. O. J. Dewall, Mrs. Wm. RICklefs, Mrs. Alvin Honken and . Wm. Batt received prizes for scores. Mrs. Rlcklefs moved to Ankeny to be with her husband for the duration. Mrs. Wm. Rlcklefs and son, Raymond, left 'Friday afternoon for Ankeny where Mr. Ricklefs is employed in the defense plant. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ricklefs have rented a furnshed apartment .'n Ankeny and Will make their home there. Raymond enlisted several weeks ago in the signal corps and had to report for duty Saturday morning. Jake Jaspers of Bruce, S. D spent Monday with his sister, Mrs B. H. Meyer and family. In the evening a dinner honoring Mr Jaspers was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwick and family •Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and sons and Mr and Mrs. John S Ittppentrop at the B H. Meyer home. Elwin- Harms of Wellsburg also was a guest Monday evening * •* I r\ i i^n With Arrriy, Navy and Ai* Corps Insignias Ideal (or Christmas Gifts 10 50 Sheets and 50 Envelopes The Algona Upper Des Moines MANY ARMAMENT OF THE DUNKERQUE —New York: Pointing at you here are the eight 13-inch guns that formed the main armament of the French battleship Durrkerque, one of the capital ships based at Toulon when the -Nazis took over that base last week after heavy fighting. It was | reported the Dunkerque and other ships were.hero- fceJy scuttled. The submarine Iris is believed to be the lone survivor and safely reached a Spanish port last week end. Included Mesdames Ross Browning, Ed Mitchell, O. H Stoeber, W. R. Wolfe, Anna Osborn, Jake Hengel, Fred Johannsen and Dale Long the latter of Rlngsted and Bern.'<:e Johannaen. Members of this year's high school sextett are Kathryn Bleckwenn, Berntee Prew, Phyllis Gade. Phyllis McFall, Lorraine Willrett and Beverly Schulte. The 500 club met Wednesday night at the F. 'F. Mueller home. Five tables were 'n play with high score honors for the evening going to Mrs. G. B. Johnson and wal- ter-Krause. iLarry Alt dislocated two Bngers of his left hand and punched the bones of the wrist out of place Mon- Pyrex Ware -Pyrex Flame Ware Ironing Boards ,.* Carving Sets Sleds and Skiis Mixing Bowls Enamel Ware Cookie Presses Tree LigMs ••: -;-;- : - - - ~ Casserole Tools of all kinds Hockey Sticks •Lamps Leatlier Bill Folds Leather Picture ^Frames Heating Pads Bathroom Scales Ice Skates * Bishes HERITAGE DINNERWARE 32-piece sete, $7.31 to $10.67 Kohlhaas Hardware s^^^^@^@^@^t^.. For a'Wear-y* Merry Christmas GIVE HIM SOMETHING FROM A MAN'S STORE Overcoats Shirts. Nepkwear Gaps Suspenders Hose Lounging Robes We Suggest Leather Coats Scarfs Pajamas Hats Money Belts Handkerchiefs Belts Sweater*—Button and pull-over. Most of them 100% wool GJpvisT-Pig, Mocha and Deerskin, Some lined. -• MOPPING DAYS BACK FROM NORTH AFRICA—Washington, D. C.- SoundDhoto- Wounded soldiers home from North Africa are *own in th^photo made at Silver Springs, Md., as tram ioadTof wounded United States soldiers arrive and are taken to Walter Reed hospital for hospitalization. No names or how many were brought is mentioned. . day when he fell from a load of baled hay. One of the bales slipped taking him with it. He landed on his hand, causing the injury. (Mrs. Amos Finneitad was hostess to the U-Deal-M bridge cjub Monday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Webber Yager, with second high going to Mrs. Ray KuhL Gueste wore Mesdames Webber .Yager, Chas. Newel, E. J Frank, H. K. Reimers and Arlo Rannety. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and their son, PvL Lyle of Fort.Dix New Jersey and Mrs. G. B. Johnson spent Wednesday at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley. Franklin the son of the LeRoy Newels,: goe to Des Moines Thursday, Dec. 1 for examination prior to enterln the army. Their other son, War ren, is to Africa. Circle two of the W. S. C. S. me nt the home'of Mrs. 'Lester Weis brod on Wednesday night Nin members and six guests were present. Roll call was My Favorite Christmas Carol. Devotions were led >by Mrs. Don Weisbrod and the study book. "Author of Liberty" was finished by Mrs. George Jorgenson. There was an exchange of gifts followed by-lunch. 'ore leaving on (Monday for Long Beach, Calif., where she will make her home. Her Ledyard friends wish 'her well in her new home V&&y&3y89^^ BANCROFT NEWS LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. Elvln Carpenter and Jackie were shopp-Jig in Algona on Wednesday. \ Mrs. Wm. Lloyd and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgens9n were Blue Earth visitors Monday. e^z Nitz spent Thursday and Friday with their mother, Mrs. Wm. Dorsey, Sr., near Woden who is seriously 111. A farewell party was given at the home of Mrs. Alice Garry In honor of her son, Paul, who has enlisted in the Army Air Corp and is waiting for his call. P F C. (MUo Cassem left Wednesday' evening for Camp Crowder, Mo., after spending ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Peter Cassem and with other relatives and frleiyls. Corp. LeRoy Estle came Thursday on a furlough which he. will spend with his parents, Mr. and, iMrs. Ray Estle and other relatives ,ahd friends. LeRoy enllpted in January, 1042, .'.n the U. S, army at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Berhow en- tained at d-'.riner last ^Sunday at their home in honor of her brother Milo Cassem, the •Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers have named their new son Donald Lc- Roy. Gordon Delperdang ii now env ployed at the Thompson. Lumber yard. Gail Graydoni, sieaman second class of Norfolk, Va., :s spending a visit with his -wife and fairtily tiere. Miss Mary Nemmers of Cedar Rapids left Thursday after spending some time at the Nick Nemmers home. .Elizabeth Cogley, nurse at a hospital in Waterloo, spent the weelc end visiting at the parental Joe Cogley home. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCarthy o St. Benedict, 'but formerly of Ban croft, are the parents of a son born last week. A party honoring Raymond Wolfe, who left Friday evening for the U S. army, was held in the Legion club room Wednesday evening. Evelyn Wilhelmi, daughter of Mr and Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi, underwent an-appendix operation at the Kossuth hospital In Algona last Monday. Charles and Kenneth McGuire lost 11 pigs and between two and three hundred bales of hay and straw in a fire last Thursday afternoon. No LI UtC JCU31. A.4»M4WMMJ — .1 ij damage was done to the buildings. Miss Lois Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, has accepted a position as clerk and typist with the 'business department of the U. S. Census Bureau. ODr> and Mrs. M A. IMcDevltt and family have moved to Bancroft and are living '.n the Mr. and Mrs. Geo Wohnke house. Or McDevitt will be ready to take care of dental patients within a few days. He has tented tV.c rooms formerly occupied by Dr. C. N. Klerscht. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Coyne and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bernhard entertained the Greenwood town- rel- , atives: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cassem and daughters, Mr. and Mrs Willis FtogSf and family, Mr. and Mrs. terle Cassero and (Mrs- e Lloyd Jorgenson and ch'Wren. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Lloyd and children and MUs IDWe Beetal of Buffalo Center. In all 41 guests, were pres- entr Word received by Mr. and Mrs. Halvewon from their son, TJl- that 'He has recently en ppmoted to cllrk fw the North American !a yon plant at S^'TOt' T He applies government bil s of In* an<J orders 'box cars In Pl fte^ freight, orders trucks and sees to It that everything goes out good ate hw ft secretary and has a car • Madson & Hanson - * farewell par^y We#»f*day ft number, Notice of Sale of Real Estate , In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. In the Matter of the Estate of Eva Sifert, Deceased. To: Edward Sifert, Mary Umbenhower, Irene Qunder, Melvta Sifert, Eetna Krull. Henry Sifert, Dr C H. Cretzmeyer, L. M. Merntt an4 to whomsoever it may con ""YOU. are hereby notified that. oj virtue Of an Order to me direct* entered by the Pfctrlet Court o Iowa, In and for Kossuth County on the Mat day of August, A. D W42, in the above entitled cause have been authorised and direct ed to sell for cas.h the real estat ocated to Kossutfc county, Iowa, an described a» folJuws, tQ-w}t:i The Went Half <W%> of Lot Seven (7) of Auditor 1 * Plat of Lot Six (6) in Section Two (Sp, Township Nlnety-ffive (96) •West of the Fifth P. ¥., "•SWASyBfe ru fi^Jf^JBVJ* subject to the approval of *aid Court; «Ud safe to be held at the front door of the Courthouse in A»- gona, "Kossstb County, Iowa, on the Wh day at December, A n •^•y-3-Tir „,_ W*Wr - „ ^3RMJF»4»yjfi d&v* A. c omp iete DIAMONDS Selection each Also a nice assortment of boxes. Ladies' Compacts ^ A great variety of beautiful compacts of real qual- 51.00 to $ 6.50 BILLFOLDS The latest and best. Many witn zippers. Playing Cards A great variety of designs. 39c UP Poker Chips and Sets Bl^^^i^^^iMM*^ i .•••'••"i ' ' '^ ---- * Eversharp Pens and Pencils «2.75 -UP Also Gift Sets A new shipment just received. You will be surprised at the ,; values. Rings Ladies' and Gents' latest styles and most popular stones Toilet Sets Oombs, Brushes, and mirrors, popularly priced. Other Gift Suggestions OAND£LE TAPERS—White and colpired, 10, 12 a»d 18 inch. CIGABETTElS—Christmas decorated. We have all kinds, ; "BOB" TOUJBTBIE8—Made just for men. —they are sure to please. GEM HAZQB SETS—Razor, brush and soap: I*riee$l,Q0. POWDER ?UFF ASSORTMENT—Always appreciated.25c ana 50c, EVENING IN PARIS SETS AMERICAN MEMORY SETS Lusby Silverware Just received—with the new " Victory Knife." 59 piece set —$31.25 34 piece set —$18.25 Wrist Watches Bulova Elgin Hamilton '24.75 Bracelet and Bracelet Sets, Necklaces, I Pendants, Lockets, Rosaries—A nice choice. Gold Knives and Chains. Ladies and Gents' Gold Chains. aWSfe^ffiftiffito^^t^WiWmW Pangburns Box Candy The kind everyone likes. Also Christmas novelties. Photo Albums We just received some beauties. Edgh't ptricps. Fancy Soaps A 75c box specially priced at 59e, Also novelty soaps, . Snack Kit* Empty kits for paek&g your PW eooHies. dies, cigarettes, etc. Ready to jnajl. Ready filled Snack lite also

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