The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1943
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GRANDGENCTTS, ST. BENEDICT, ARE WED 40 YEARS St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Johrr Grairdgenett, Sr., observed their 40th wedding anniversary Wednesday evening of last week when relatives and friends called and cards were played and lunch served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs A J. Grandgenett and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Arndorfer; Messrs, and Mesdames Joe Grandgenett and family, Corwlth; iBank Grandgenett and family, of Bancroft; Dale Widen, Clorwjth; Jack Grandgenett, Emil Stoffel and Bettyl Charles Ulfers and family, Ray Besch and daughter, August Fehr and Alma Grandgenett, all of Algona. gona to attend the funeral, held Wednesday morning. Moving has made its appearance this being the moving season. The John Arndorfef family has moved to Algona and their son, Clarence has moved to the old homestead Herbert Arndorfer moved to the farm vacated by Clarence, while Oswald Thilges moved to ,the Ferstl place vacated by Herbert and the Nuehrings of Sexton moved to the place vacated by the Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz, Wesley, were Sunday visitors at the Isadore Mayer home. The Town club met with Mrs. Mary Cink last Thursday and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Lena Marso were prize winners. Matt Kelly, father of Mrs. Harvey Johnson, is seriously ill from heart trouble at the Johnson home. About a week ago he suffered an attack. Nancy Theresa Dons, 2 years old, is reported quite seriously ill from an attack of intestinal flu. Reports have it that there is much sickness here from the ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hirner arrd Ronald spent Sunday with her parents at Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr accompanied them to Algona to spend Sunday with the Will JDunlaps. pister Rosalie has for the third time this winter received bad news. Sunday morning a message to her announced the death of a sister at North Washington. Iowa. She left Sunday evening by way of Al- ST.'JOE NEWS The Peter Thilges entertained in their home Sunday evening. Mrs. John Thul, Rita and David were callers at the Dick Eischen home near Algona Saturday after- iroon. 'David TJhul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of near Algona, spent last week with h?s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker are the parents of a girl born at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Thfs is the first child. , (Mr. arrd Mrs. Henry Bormann and daughter, Mrs. John Bormann and son, Francis, all of here and Miss Altman of Livermore attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Bormann's father at Earling last week. Relatives received word here of the death of Richard Mathew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew O'Connor of Parsons, Kansas. The baby was born Sept 17th, and passed away January 28th, 1943 Funeral services were held at Parsons on Saturday. Virginia and Mary Jan'-ce McWhorter were Monday supper guests of Rev. and Mrs. Figge i:t Burt and in the evening all attended a Sunday school teachers meeting at the Presbyterian church. Here It Is Bowlers LEARN to BO^'L c«.t with the "Eight Up Your Alloy'' SPARES and STRIKES 12 ft. Rubberized Oil Cloth Bowling Alley 10 Hardwood Pins, one-half regulation sixe and 2 matched lacquered bowling balls. Fun for the Whole Family. See them at the H.W. Becker Sporting Goods Store South of Kroseiii<ky's Algona "BOWL AND FEEL FIT" Thursday, Feb. 11 Lionel Barrymore in "DR. GHJLESPIE'S NEW ASSISTANT" Fri.-Sat., Feb. 13-13 Jane Withers in a merry musical of youth on parade. Second Feature Ricliartl Arlen Jean Parkor Chester Morris in "Wrecking Crew" Also Pun for the Family Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, Fob. 11-15-10 CHANGE OF PROGRAM Algona after two big weeks in Des Moines. Never anything more timely. The story of the city that rocked the world. Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 17-18 It, Robeit BUREAU HOME PROJECT WOMEN OF COUNTY MEET TThe county women's committee of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau met in conjunction with the regular monthly farm bureau board meeting at the Burt Uotol for a seven o'clock dinner Monday, Feb. 1. The county w:de educational program for the next three months was discussed. The women thought it was advisable to give time at each meeting, both training schools for educational, coperators and follow up meeting to poultry production, v.'ictory gardens and to whatever problems whjch might arise pertinent to the war effort. Another Meeting Feb. 15 A tentative date of Monday, Feb. 15 was set for the county contact meeting of county and township chairmen with Mrs. C. C. Inman, newly-elected district committee woman. Farm bureau projects and programs for the year of 1943 will be discussed. fThose attending the meeting were: Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith, county chairman; Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft, vice chairman; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota, publicity chairman ; Mrs. Chas. Gutknecht, Lakota, school chairman; Mrs. Roy Nichols, Swea City, health chairman; Mrs. James Nyman, Bancroft, music chaiirman; Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt, bond and salvage chairman; Mrs. Harold Hunt, Algona, library chairman and Mrs. J. F. Coyne, Bancroft, represnting tonwship cha'r- men. LOCAL AUXILIARY ASKING FOR RAGS The local unit of the Legion Aux- 'liary is sewing carpet rags which will be woven into rugs by the hospitalized veterans in the Knoxville hospital and resultantly would appreciate any cooperation which Algona people might give them by way of articles which could be us^d for this purpose. Donors will please leave them at the Dau' garage or telephone Mrs. Theo. Larsen. There are now 1400 veterans of the first war and 200 of the present war hospitalized at Knoxville and it is the hope of the department that they may be kept busy in the occupational therapy division. Ftshbowl Supply Thinning The fishbowl supply is being rapidly depleted. Tlhe thi-ngs that you put in them are given to the Kossuth boys leaving for armed service. This project is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and the local Auxiliary. Gum, candy, cigr arettes, combs, razor blades, cash, are needed. When buying a treat for yourself, remember the fishbowl and slip a treat into it for the boys who are going to fight for you. ~* South Half County 4-H Girls in All-Day Session Here Monday [Proper care of equipment and materials used in clothing construction was emphasized by Miss Gladys Adams, extension clothing spec : alist at Iowa State College at the second 4-H leaders' training school. Four-H leaders from the south half of the county met Mort- day, February 8 at the all day meeting at the home of Mrs. A. L. Brown, Algona, and on Tuesday, February 9, a meeting was held in the Bancroft public school for the leaders in the north half of the county. Correct pressing, stain removal and cleaning of garments were stressed as concrete ways in which 4-H girls can help themselves to better grooming and at the same time help the war effort. Suggestions were given for wise selection and care of shoes and hose to give maximum use. Miss Adams d : scussed and demonstrated the efficient care and use of sewing machines, as well as selection of appropriate faa- rics and suitable styles for work clothes. FENTON NEWS Mr! and Mrs. Joe Helgevold of Ayrshire are parents of a 7 pound boy, Dav:d Bruce, born on Tuesday, February 2nd in the Emmetsburg hospital. The Hegevolds have two other boys and one girl Mr. Helgevold is the manager of the Farmers' Elevator at Ayrshire anrl formerly operated an elevator here. They are also former Ringsted residents. Mrs. Howard Renfrew and Bever- erly -of Calvin-, N. D., came Friday n'ght for a two weeks' visit at the parental Reinhold Laabs home and with her sisters, Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Mrs. Virgil Wolf and Mrs. Clifford Haase and family and a brother, Wilfred of Curlew. En- route home she will stop at Austin, Minn., and visr't another sister, Mrs. Walter Schmidt and family. Mark Duane, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn was baptized Sunday at the Fairville church by the Rev. A. F. Render. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller. Dinner in honor of the occasion was given and guests included Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Ted, the Will'am Stigman family, the Walter Wegener family, the Will Miller family and John Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckwenn entertained at five tables of 500 on Sunday evening at their home. Mrs. Wm. Fischer and Dale Weisbrod won high score prizes. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit, Mr and Mrs Wm Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt and three boys, Mr. and Mrs George Siems and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. AJvin Anderson. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Oldest Businessmen Oscar I. Lewis of Hopkinton is the oldest business man in that town and is also reputed to be the oldest atcive business man in the state. Mr. Lewis, now 89, has been in business in Hopkinton for 16 years, going there from Arkansas. IETY Mary Qtirine Schmllt Weds— Mary Qulrine Schmitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmitt of Algona became the bride of Aviation Cadet Lawrence Coppotelll, only son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Lawrence Coppotelll, of Nelson, ill,, In a mil Itary ceremony In Kelly Field Catholic chapel at San Antonio, Texas. ' Chaplain Rev. M. J. O"MalIy per- fermed the single ring ceremony at 6:30 In the evening of Jam 30. The couple Was attended by Mrs. Fred Dick of Congers, N. Y. and Cadet Robert F. Carmody of Staten Island, N. Y. Other attendants were Mary Ellen Carlew of Davenport, Iowa, and (Mrs. Russell Anderson of Sterling, Jll. The ^bridegroom's squadron and officers "were present, The bride wore a yellow wool suit with black accessories 'and carried a wh'te prayer book and silver rosary which were gifts of the couple's mothers. Her corsage was of white orchids. The matron of honor wore a wine colored street dress with black accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. At the close of the ceremony the couple marched through an arch of drawn sabers carried by the bridegroom's squadron members. A wedding dinner was served in the Anacocho room of the St. Anthony hotel. The bride is a graduate of the Presentation Academy at Whittemore and attended Mary Crest college at Davenport. Before her marriage she was employed in the Employment Department of the Rock Island arsenal. Cadet Coppotelli is a graduate of the Community high school at Sterling, 111., and of St. Ambrose College at Davenport with a B. S. degree in Chemistry. He was a prominent football player during his school days. He enlisted in the service June 5, 1942, and he was inducted November 6 and sent to Kelly Field at San Antonio where the couple will reside for the.pres- ent. Shower for Mrs. Zender— (Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. Bob Richardson-, Mrs. Dorrence Greor and Mrs. Dick Cowan entertained at a stork shower Tuesday eve- n'ug honoring Mrs. E. J. Zendev. The party was given at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Four tables of bridge were in play with Mrs. H. J. Cowan receiving the prize for high score and Mrs. Paul Hammill the prize for second high score. Carnation Club— IThe Carnation Club of the Degree of Honor held a guest night valentine party at the home of its president, Mrs. L. J. Reed on Wednesday evening, Feb. 3. Court whist was played with Helen Webster receiving the prize for h'gh score and also the door prize. Yarda Holmes received the second high score prize and Rose Smith the travel prize. Bea Lynk received the low score prize. Men's Club Postponed— Tfre Presbyterian (Men's club meeting wh'<sh was to have been held Wednesday evening was po poned until next Tuesday evening because of bad weather. The committee in charge of the dinner Consists of Mesdames A. W. Behrends. George St. John, C. Johnson, Alfred Schultz and Frank OelgeL The programm committee Is In charge of Frank Gelgel. Plum Creek Literary Society— /The ladies of the Plum Creek (Literary society met (Wednesday afternoon with Marjorle Bode. The assisting hostess was Ella Bode. The club's creed was g?>ven 'by E. Johnson. Amy.-Pr!«be gave a read* Ing. The next meeting will be held February 17 at the central school house. It will be a benefit card party. The ladies are doing Red Cross sewing. Woman's ,eiub Benefit— ,The Algona Woman's club will hold a benefit bridge party at the Algona 'Library club room on Friday, February 19. The purpose of the party is to raise money to purchase war bonds. The regular meeting day is Friday of this week but the benefit will take place of the meeting and will be held a week later. Tomisend Council— The councM members of the Algona Townsend club met Monday evening with Mrs. Cora Holdrerr. A bulletin was read concerning Townsend legislation. Plans were made for a valentine party to be held following the regular business meeting at the Legion hall next Tuesday evening. The publf'C is in" vited. Bridge Club— Mrs. E. J. Hermanson entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Merwin Foote was a guest. Mrs. John McDowell received the prize for high score and Mrs. Foote the second high prize. C. D. of A.— The Catholic Daughters of America will hold their regular business meeting this evening (Thursday) at eight o'clock at the academy hall. A social hour will follow with Mrs. Ruth Kollasch in charge. Merry Mixers— Mrs. H. W. Thompson entertained the members of the Merry Mixer club at her home last Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Perry Coll'.ns, Mrs. Herbert Hedlund and Mrs. William Coddington. Bridge Club— , .(Mrs. Ernest Godfredsonr enter-1 ta'-ned the members of the Brid-1 gette club at a desert-luncheon at her home on Wednesday afternoon. .* _...^3t ~~^*~*'-l»v..'~-.l1.~*rf*~~ -- ~~~^.~..»..— T1 « t ..— -ffrjyfljjj- WOMEN, JOIN THE WAVES AND SPARS avy fecfuitlng station at Spencef 19 accepting applications, staWng February 16, tat enlist- mertt In the Waves ah3 Spats, the womens •bfatfeh 6t the nftvy And the coast guard. Women at least SO years of age and MyJng H6t reached 36, having flb children ifn- der 18, having attended high of business school for at lea&t tyro years, ate qualified to make application. The pay is the same as for men In navy and in addition $200 worth of uniforms, board and room, medical and dental attention are furnished free. Service for the duration and six months and within tile United States. Women trained almost every type of work are desired. A recruiter from the Spencer office will ibe In Algona every Saturday at the post office. Luke Kiliion, Former Algonan, Works Here (Luke Kiliion arrived In Algona Saturday and is at present employed at the Silver Gray cafe. He formerly lived In Algona and at one time operated the PeeWee Golf course. He has been In business at Rock Island and Davenport s'.nce leaving here, and of late has been living near Sioux City temporarily. His mother, Mrs. Edward Kiliion, d'«d recently and funeral services were held at Sioux City. She had been a former Algona resident Mr. Kiliion is a brother of Mrs. Bert Muckey. For Soldiers • lA knitted trench helmet was sent by the Red Cross Ire Hamburg for men in the armed forces, and was finally consigned to a former Hamburg .resident The helmet is now being worn by Opl. Roy A. Wykoff, Jr., stationed at Fort Crockett, Texas. Used Cars Machines 1941 Chevrolet Coupe, yeiy clean 3935 Chevrolet Panel Sedan Allis Chalmers Model 60 Combine International) 15-30 Tractojr Case "B, C." Tractor on steel with cultivator One 1-Bottom IS" Oliver Plow, good Two 3-14" Hows; 1 Six h. p. engine . 2 Cheap Spreaders 2 Cream Separators , NEW MEK0IO1«>1BE 16'xl6' Laying house- 300 Chick Brooder house 700 Chick Brooder house. Hog.Feeders. Waterers. Troughs. "Water Tanks, Poultry Feeders. _^ • • We now have baling wire and SOME twine at old prices. SEE US FOB "HONEYMEAD" feed for your Hogs Cattle and Poultry Bradley Bros. I I I I I « I i 1 I I South of Hotel Algona PHoe 714 Whittemore Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher were Sunday visitors with relatives at Clarion. Gustav Nissen of Webster City called for a short visit with h:a mother, Mrs. Louisa Nissen, Friday at the George Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fritz of Algona and Mrs. A. J Mathahs of Manly were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge ! s visiting her mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbert at the home of Mr. and Mrs Peter Fuchsen. John Volk was in Mason City from Friday until Saturday seeking employment with the Decker Packing plant in Mason City. R. J. Vaughn, who has been employed at the Decker packing plant in Mason C : ty, resigned and accepc- ed a position with the Kent Motor company in Algona. 'Pvt. George Frost, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frost, was home on a three-day leave. He arr'.ved here Thursday and returned to Camp Crowder, Mo., Saturday. Peter Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vaughn and Mr. and Mrsi Leo Walters and son, Durwood and daughter, Janice were Sunday dinner guests at the Bert Fuchsen home at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Campbell of Spencer were Sunday afternoon nailers at the George Meyer home. Tile women are sisters and Mrs. Campbell also vis'ted her mother, Mrs. Louisa Nissen, who is staying with the Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz visited ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell irt Mapleton, Minn, on Sunday. Mrs. Kuecker and Mr. Bell are brother and sister. Mr. Bell has not been well lately. Armand Lauck of Steen; Minn., and Chester Mitchell of Pipestone, Minn., visited with the former's brother and fanrly, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ILaucfy ( Fi1iday 'morning. They were on their way to Des Moines, Council Bluffs and Omaha. The Neighborly card club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene Sunday evening. Thomas Kelly won the high prize and Casper Keene, low for the men, Mrs. Ralph Fandel high and Mrs. Frank Elbert low for the women. Mrs. Ralph Fandel also received the door prize. Mrs. Henry Johannsen went to Algona Saturday evening to visit her son, Henry Johannsen, Jr., who is a patient in the General hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peril drove to Algona Sunday to vis'.t with Henry. Mrs. Peril's mother, Mrs. Johannsen returned home with them in the evening. The Rev. W. H. Discher and Teacher H. W. Behnke attended a special meeting of the board of directors of the Iowa West District in Fort Dodge Monday for the purpose of calling a successor to the Rev. E. J. Otto, former pastor of Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. The past two and one-half years he has been student pastor at Ames. Rev. Otto has accepted a call to the professorship of English and history at the Concprdia college in St. PauL Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Code enter* gained a number of relatives and friends Sunday evening, the occa- s'on being their 20th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mrs, rlerman Gade, Mr. and Mrs Willam Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz .fade and daughter, Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier and their daughter, Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. ?. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, and Raymond Meyer all of here and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and family of Algona. Five hundred was played at three tables, Raymond Meyer ivlnning high and William Gade low, Mrs. Lorenz Gade h ! 'gh and Mrs William Gade low for the women. Lunch was served following the entertainment. Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox spent Sunday with the Earl MMlers. Chas. Scott went to Minneapolis Wednesday for several days. Guy Richards spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webb. Guy works for Leonard Dittmer and Ray works for Ray McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shipler of Ankeny, were recent visitors here with reatives. Their son Dale who has been here for some time, returned with them. Mrs. Edward Wolf is to be hostess at the next Service club meeting Saturday, Feb. 20. Members are urged to attend as the president pans to have special work done. (Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf were recent visitors with their daughter, Mrs. Leo McWeeney at Carroll. WhMe there they attended ceremonies when their daughter, Mary Lee, a student nurse, received her white cap and uniform. 'Eugene Jandl has been suffering with trouble with his back for some time. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Jandl have moved on the farm they purchased and two daughters, Mesdames Carence Dler» and Hanford Brock, live where the Jandls formerly lived. (Junior Petersen observed his 8th birthday Monday after school. The guests were all the school children and h ! s teacher, Mary Fraser, district No 8. Junior received many gifts and his mother served a fine lunch. The Petersens live on on< of Ray MeWhorter'Ss fajms and work for Ray. WEST BEND NEWS Mr. Brooks and Mrs. Glenn Allen and son visaed Mr. Brooks' sister near Bradgate. Mrs. Don Allen of Sioux City spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn, (Mrs. Nels Johnson of Des Moines came Tuesday for an extended vis^ it with her daughter, Mrs. Lyls Bollard. Pennies |A sackful of pennies, weighing 35 pounds, was exchanged for a $50 war bond by Lucille Van Nord- atrand of Elliott. STOP ... LOOK ... COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY! 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