The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1943
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' ' -' ' LAKOH INSTALLS PASTOR NEWTEAR'SWGHT Lakota: Installation services were held for the Rev. Fred Darnauer, at the St. Paul's Lutheran church New Tear's riight with :the Rev. WilUam Flanz, Titorika, as installing officer. A-mixed quartette, Mr. and Mrs. ILou Meyer, Mrs. "Peter Bruer and Arndld'Brandt,, sang and Mrs. Planz sang a solo. Following the insttflla'tion service a housewarming and grocery shower was given the new pastorr and family and lunch was served to more than a hundred people. The pastor'has a wife, four sons and one daughter. Regular services will be held at the church Sunday and fdllbWing weeks. Mrs. J. A. Barger, Charles Lewis, Sr., and William "Qkena were among the Sick last -week. John R. Johnson west of town, IB seriously sick at his'home-west of town and a trained nurse '?« caring for 'Him. Deloris Nitz, who has been staying with'the Peter iBruer's'left'last week for Tltonka where she is employed in a cafe. Alvin Huenhold, Algona, brought (Mrs. W. Aalderks 'home Saturday from a hottday visit with :her daughter and family at Algona. The Everett Rippentrops moved from Wesley last week and Everett has taken over the job of -assistant in the creamery'here. Mrs. Larry Stafford slipped on the stairs last week and sprained one ankle. Mrs. Stafford tench- es a rural school southwes|t of tow/* James Mularkey west of town, 3s critically ill and a trained nurse, is car.'.ng for him. He has been suffering with hfccoughs and pneumonia developed. •Genevieve Paulson, Ellendalp, Minn., returned home Friday after a visit wMih her aunt, Mrs. Louis Hanseir, Titorika, and the Otto Koppens, and Orville Kopperrs, Lakota. Mrs. Margaret Warburton- went home with the F. G. Torines on I>Tew Year's night for a short viS.'t. Her son, Harry and family drove down Sunday and brought her home. New Year's day dinner guests of the Wade Balls were: Mrs. Kath- crine Parks, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft, Mrs. Ida Ukena, the J. E. Ukenas and the I. E. Wortmans. The Rev. O. P. Mueller, pastor of the Methodist church who spent the holidays -With his family at , returned .to Ledyafd 01 Saturday eftd. was. here f6f setvlc oil Surtday mbtning Irt spite ot th JCharlea ('.'OhUok'l) Petersbn, whi has been employed In the loca creamery for several j months, .mov ea.Mis famdlyito'JTitorika New'Year' day and will -operate: the D-X, bulk station there beginning Tuesday morning;. fThe Christian iErideavor young people spent ."New ''Year's < eve Droller skating and :then \went ;to '.the church where tthey .'had ;a candlelight service and ^watch riightmeet- ing under :the -"direction of Arils Heetlana. New Year's dinner guests at' the Leonard Chfists were the.'-r two daughters and '.husbands, "Mr anc Mrs. ^Walter Solan and "Mr. and Mrs. Dick \Weinkaiif and son and Mrs. Bertha Sohn and son, "Maynard of Elmore, Minn. Major Gall E. 'KeSler 'visited at the Harry ~*WaTbirrtongx> ire- evening last week. 'Gall -and 'Harry 'Were classmates' in the Swea City school. Major Kessler was enroilte from the west coast to Florida and Stopped at Swea City for a few days' visf.t with 'his parents and other friends. •Mrs. Lankholz and sons, Robert and Ronald of 'Waverly, stopped here one ''day 'last 'week and called on a few fr rends. "They -were on their way 'home from a 'holiday vacation with Mrs. Langholz's daughters in Mlnnesota.~Mrs.Lang- holz is the -widow o'f 'the former pastor of the Lutheran chlurch, who passed away last fall. Mrs. George Heetland was hostess to 40 women at the Presbyterian Missionary society. Following the business meeting, Mrs. W. "D. Ley 'had charge of devotions arrtl the group sang several songs. Let- 'ters from several soldier boys were read thanking the women for the Chrfstmas treats sent them. 'The Rev. E. G. Sauer talked on the Christian's Opportunity for Carrying Christianity to India. China and Brazil and the Rev. and "Mrs. 'Sauer sang a beautiful duet in dies- ing. Lunch was served. Irvington Sailor Initiated'When Crossing "Equator Irvington: In a recent letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman, Leroy gave a very vivid description of the initiation :he received with numerous other navy men when they crossed the equator somewhere in the southwest Pacific. Among other 'things duly performed, each new candidate received a short hair cut and were given a good ducking in the water. Leroy did not seem very impressed by the occasion but seemed glad it was over. BANKING BY MAIL It's Simple—It's Convenient! You needn't take time off from essential business or duly hours to make deposits if you use our convenient Bank By Mail plan It's as simple as mailing a letter—for that's all you dot Merely slip your deposit into a stamped, addressed envelope and drop it into your nearest mail box. Your receipt will be mailed to you as soon as your deposit is received by us Open this lime-saving account today! • Security State Bank ALGONA. IOWA The Friendly Bank WM. RUSCH, LOTIS CREEK MM!- (Lotts Creek: A number of relatives gathered at the home of -Mr and .Mrs. Martin Meyer last .Monday evening to help Mrs. Meyer's father, Wm. Rusch, Sr., celebrate his 88th birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. .R. Zumach and.Alice,.Mr. and Mrs. .Wm. Rusch, .Jr., .and family, -Mr and Mrs. Awald Rusch and family,and Arthur Potratz all of Whittemore; Mr. .and -Mrs. \Will!ajr> Leiningcr and famtjy, 'Mr. and .Mrs. iOtto Ruhnke and family, Mr. and MM.! Arthur Rus6h and family, Mr. ami: Mrs. Nick Gengler and :faniily .and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz andj 'aniily and Wm. Meyer, the latter 'rom Feritotr. ; BAND TO DISCONTINUE : REHEARSALS FOBIDUBATION ! ,Mr. and -Mrs. Nick c.Gengler .en-; tertained the Lotts Creek bandi members and their\wlves last .Wednesday evening. The band play-' ed. severa 1 1. selections. and: it was i decided to discontinue practice until after :the war. Those attending vere: Wm. Meyer 'Of iKertton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach, Alfred Wittkopf, Mr. and ."Mrs. TWartln F.' rleyer, 'Mr. -and 'Mrs. :Nodh 'Reis-! ner, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meino,Mr. and :Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mr., and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Martin Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'ijahn. P. F. C. Hugo Potratz of Fort iragg, North Carolina, visited with JTrlSftdl IU _ M*if >; fe«**ktr mife-uti fewi i^*«i \j&n iKUBcn Wno Jwra ocren «tttitfc IkfcA ^AblHtdtifr WPwfc toflfi witn nrft Hffoonw i TVin, jttuu«», »-.., .left f<tf Ms h*ttl6 at WaWtoWn', Wls., the past Mr. and Mrs. „ Larry JBurt and Mr, ahd Mrs. Donald Radltf were Mew TtttU! 1 * dinner guests of Mr. and Mis. John Schftl- lin. The Infant son of Mr. and -Mrs. Harold Luedtke was baptized on Sunday. He was named JNoel-Allen i and the sponsors were Mr. and-Mrs. Deln!« Wetzel. Mr. .&nd Mrs. Herman H!ntz ,and family, Atr. and Mrs. John .Schallln and Mrs. F. Vf. Mlttag .Were New' Year's .supper guests of .Mr. .and Mrs. H. F.-Mlttag. .Mrs. iH. F. Mlttag .had .a quilting party .last Tuesday. Those attending .were: .Mesdames F. W. .Mlttag, Jdhn SohalUn, Frank Pompe, Ifip- dla Wetzel and Ed Kressin. .Miss .Elnora Pompe, iwho .had spent .the past .two weeks at .the lome of her parents, .Mr. sand Mrs. Albett Kressin, .left Saturday for Waterloo where she Is employed. Mrs. Monford Peterson, Swea City, -the .former Olivia. Kressin, is substituting as teacher .at -the JOlst. No. 1 school. Ml-ss Alise JDIsele, Whlttemore, will the ;the teacher 'or .the next semester. Miss iRUth Schmiel who had been spending her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, 'left on Sunday for Waterloo Where she will resume .teaching the 5th 'and 6th grades in the Lutheran school :there. Church services have been held In the Lutheran school. The Cow- nn company began to redecorate the church the Monday aftei' Christmas and hope to finish soon .ns possible. Church services will be held next Sunday in hte school. i """•"r *•• w •" <m4m^^^^ ••» AT WOT STATE REPRESENTATIVE DONAHUE WEDS DARLENE KESLER, SWEA CITY NO ASHES Ashes are waste matter and the fewer ashes you have, the more heat value you get for your money when you buy coal. Why not burn a coal that leaves only a few shov- elsful of ash to an entire ton? That is the kind of coal you you get when you order Peerless Coal Is your heating plant in tip top shape? A leak at the base, a draft that sticks, dirty flues or a sagging door can waste fuel and money. Avoiding waste is another step toward victory . . . and peace. * * BUY WAR STAMPS AND BONDS * * Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Swea City: On Saturday after noon, Jarr. 2, at the home of the ride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler of Swea Ctty, occurred the marriage of their youngest daugh- er, Darlene, to Duane Donahue, on of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dona- ue of Tipton. Preceding the ceremony, Esther Imith, music instructor in the Rad- liffe schoo'ls, sang two solos, "At Dawning" arrd "Because" playing er own piano accompaniment. At our o'clock the bridal party took ts place before a white-covered imulated fireplace and mantel vhich was decorated with pine ranches and lighted with white apers. At each side of the im- rovised fireplace were floor bas- ets of White single chrysanthemums and snapdragons. Tihe ceremony was performed by ic Rev. S. A. Anderson of the irst Bapt'st church. The couple's terrdants were the bride's cousin, Beryl Tewdt of Ellsworth and Mcr- vin Kelly of Swea City. The single ring service was used. The bride's dress was street length of white Swea-Eagle Parents Attend Wedding of •• Son at Indianola Swea-Eagle: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pehrson, their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pehrson, Albert Andersoir and Shirley Sampson left Tuesday for Indianola, to attend the wedding Wednesday night of the first-named son, Ray Pehrson, and Miss Thelma Butler, at the bride's home in Indianola. Miss Sampson, music .'ustructor in high school here, played the wedding music. Albert Anderson was best man. Miss Butler- is home economics teacher here. Mr. and Mrs. R. Pehrson will live here and Mrs. Pehrson will continue teaching. Mr. and Mrs. Mart™ Gable and family were New Year's eve guests at the Albert Brands, Ledyard. Kenneth Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson .left Sunday for Des Moin-es to be inducted into the army. Mr. and Mrs Art E. Anderson and sons, Edward and Bobbie, were Rochester, Minn., visitors from Sunday until Tuesday with the Andersons' daughter, Betty who is '•» nurses 1 ' training at the Kahler School for Nurses. ISjtludents who have spent the holiday vacation with their parents, returned to their studies this week end. They are Wilma Preston, home econmics, Ames; Wayne Thompson, Ames; Albert Anderson, Western Union at LeMars. 'wool, .with multi-colored wool embroidery tr;.m. Her white feather calot hat was trimmed with touch- <es ;of .green, and her shoes were of brown suede. She wore a shoulder corsage of gardenias and carried n hand-made lace and linen kerchief sent to her by a cousin In Madagascar. Her only jewelry was a cameo brooch, a gift from the bridegroom. The bridesmaid's dress was of pale befge wool, with braid trimming In black. Her hat and shoes were black and she wore a shoulder corsage of gold-colored rosebuds. The groom and best man wore dark suits. The bride's mother's dress was a two-piece suit of blue crepe tr.'m- med with brilliants. Her flowers were pink camellias. The groom's mother wore plum-colored crepe with naiilhead trim and her corsage was of gold roses. Immediately following' the ceremony a two->course 'buffet supper was served with Mrs. Merv.'-n Kelly and Martha Henry, teacher at Tipton, presiding at the table, assisted by Mrs. Fred Peterson. Dining room decorations were white chrysanthemums and snapdragon, bouquets. The bride's cake was fjank- ed with white tapers and smilax. An r-nteresting feature of the refreshments was a fruit cake baked by the .bride's sister of Lebanon, Oregon, which had arrived by mail in perfect condition. Also of interest were two congratulatory telegrams one from the Atlantic coast and the other from the Pacific, which were delf.vered just after the ceremony. The respective senders were the bride's brother, Major Gail Kesler, of Camp Davis, North Carolina, and his wife, who is temporarily in Seattle, Washington. The newly-married couple left on Saturday evening for Des Motaes, where they will reside for the nexc few months..* Mr. Donahue Is tho newly-elected state representative from Cedar county and his wife will act as his secretary during the coming session. At the adjournment of the legisature for th's session, the couple will establish a home In Tipton. The bride is a graduate of the Swea City high school and of the two year course in intermediate edu- cat'on at Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. She has taught the sixth grade at Dows and more recently at Tipton. Mr. Donahue is. a real estate salesman at Tipton and will continue in that work when not engaged in his political duties. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur Donahue and Martha Henry, all of Tipton, and Beryl Twedt of Ellsworth. Whlttemore: A flew set vice flag Will <be dedicated in St. Paul's Luthran church Sunday foreMon. There are HZ st&ra m the fofm 6f a cross On the flag as there are $2 young men from St Paul's con* gfegatton serving in varlons branches Of the country's armed Service, tthe ftev. W. H. Dlscher will g'.ye a talk in 'hohor of the ihert Who are serving bur country and our government for Which It Stands, and 'that every Christian Is to be loyal and put Ms shoulder to the wheel and. do all In his power to 'help those Who are working for the 'benefit of ow country at the Wh'.te iffcrase. Mrs. .... ____________ . Vaudt, Jfc, and »6n, Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Guy Richards, Guud iiope, spent Sunday at t!io |-.nre:Hi'l M. O. Richards homo. Mr. and Mrs. GPOI-RH Nyman were djnner guo-'ts of Mr. and Mrd. Frederri-k S;:hultz Sunday. The Done!si Radig family were New Year's day guests at the John Schall.'n home at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and family were guests at the Hugh Marlow home New Year's eve. The Harris and James Wadsworth families were guests at the R. P. Hawcott home New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family spent New Years day at the A. L. Greenfield home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen were New Year's day dinner guests u.t the Leo Lampe home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger and family of Fenton were dinner uests at the Clair Bellinger home Sunday. Mrs. Dora Laabs, Wilma and Raymond were dinner guests at the Paul Voigt home at Fenton New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Br'-erstedt and daughter were New Year's day guests at the Ray Bartlett home at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt an 3 son, Eugene of Good Hope were dinner guests at the Frank Flaig loine Sunday. Mrs. Faber Dugan, daughter Mary Joe of Humboldt spent from Tuesday to Saturday at the Merwin klarlow home. Mrs. Albert Thompson and her daughter, Donna Jean of Spirit jake spent Saturday and Sunday at he M. E. Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll and he Arie Dittmers of Good Hope were supper guests at the Harris Wadsworth home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner, Bancroft, and the Lyle Marlow family were guests at the W. R. O'- Doirnel home New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch and Mrs. Jennie Whitford were dinner guests ' at the home of Mrs. Tom Lynch at Ledyard New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch and Mrs. Jennie Whitford spent Tuesday at Mason C'-ty where Mrs. Whitford had a check-up at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoppe of Good Thunder, Minn., the P. L. Persons, Mrs. Milo Bonebreak, Mrs. Richard Long, sons John and Bernard, were guests at the E?dw. Hoppe home on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. James Wadsworth, the Harris Wadsworth family and the R. F. Hawcotts were dinner guests at the Martin Jensen home at Algona Sunday in honor of Marlene Wadsworth's birthday. (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson spent Thursday evening at the Maynard Kueck home at Swea City. The Kuecks' four year old son, Larry, had come home from an Algona hospital where he had an operation for appendicitis last week. Irvington Agent to South for Health Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Overturf and family left by motor car Jan 1 for their new home at Clowis, New Mexico, where Mr. Overturf will be employed by the Sonta Fe railroad. Mr. Overturf has been the local station agent and is going to the southern v\l- mate hoping to benefit his health. LEONARD MEYER 'TAKES CREAM HAULJNO JOB Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, who recently moved from the iMrs. Hmille Stems tenant house on her farm to Whlttemore, as Mr. Meyer accepted a position as cream hauler for the "Wnlttemore Farme'rs Creamery company, were pleasantly surprised New Year's eve When a group of their friends gathered at their home for a house warming. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gail, Mr. and Mrs. WMllam Meyer and son, William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ___ ___ D _ John, Krwln VAudt, Helefl Aft), Mr, and Mrs, Wllbuf Roeber. Mr. and Mrs. William Oswald and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer. Cards were played at seven tables, Elf win Vaudt w'.nnlng high and Lawrence Meyer low for the rhetr, Mrs. Edwin Grelnert high for the women and MM. Elmer Ostawld I6«f. Lunch was served in the Mew Year. and Mrs. George sphultsi and family visited Sunday With the Arthur He'denwltha. ; Alice Bisele, who Is teaching at Webb, spent her holiday vacation With her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Blsele. Em'lie Alig, Rosell aand Elenora Volgt, Mary Kelso spent the Week end "with their respective parents, returning to their duties In Algona, Sunday evening. Mrs. Bveret Sigler, student nurse at the Lutheran hospital In Sioux City, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, Lyle Anderson, son of Chris Anderson, Is spending a ten day furlough with h'a father. He is stationed -at Miami, Florida. Lyle enlisted In the U. S. Navy In 1940.. Pvt. Hugo Potratz arrived here Thursday to spend a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and dad Jt\nm fifNta$, r jBn, W? fUeSfi 6f Meyel 1 weife Bftiftfi ftttd Arlene fthd Phyllis 6f IDepew, jtt*. atfd Mrs, Arth5r Held enwtth, Ralph Sebefs iind Mr«. fiffi elle Heldenwltn of hefei Mr. aHd Mr*, Lester Huff 6f Algona, vWted with iMr. and Mrs. a I* fieriadhoter, Sunday, borothy sebefs, who spfent th«t week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Arthdf Heldenwlth, returned to AI- gona, with them In the evening. .iVilmar wiber, son at Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber left Saturday for 'Minneapolis, to take his final examination to enter the army air corps. He received notice last week to report at Seattle, Wash. This Is the third son of the Webbers who Is serving his country. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude,' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hetdenwitih and Ralph Sebers of here, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family of Lotts Creek v'alted at the William Meyer, Sr., home on Friday evening. The following officers for this year were Installed Sunday forenoon In St. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev. W. H. Dlscher: Erwln Slems, chairman; Fred Struckef, deacon; Elmer Bell, school board; Louis Grelnert, trustee; Henry Kuecker, finance secretary; Prof. H. W. Behnke, recording secretary. • •• w mjfmmmm m $145"OOJ 6*ff6 $146.00 pef tfsfe.S improved arid LI Wm,Be».,THefiU take posMsSlott a* of . 1943. fhlfl M one of the farms Man Wanted Good Sunday Kegis* ter route open, earn , I $26,00 a month ex- 1 tra for working on j Sunday morning- only. Needs car and good'.] 'reference. Extj.'a gas allowed for this work. Write rir call W, J. 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