The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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The AlgottA Upp^i- pes Mdnes, ^oftft, low^ Feb. 18, BOY IS PRISONER OF JAPS West B6ftd:i A few ftWHitha ago, •tterl Goddlft Dirhd MisMp-toyed at the Zaugg blacksmith shop, received word that his son, Spencer, was mtsstng tn action at Corregldor in the Philippines. Recently he re* •celved another communlatlon stat* ing that his son was a prisoner of the Japs. This news Certainly pleased hint He tan now write to him through the Red Ooss. *. T. DUNN Urm SERVICE PIN TOe Auxiliary fttet at the hall on' Friday, Feb. 8. After the regular business meeting Mrs. .femes P Emnrf as presented with a gold star service pin for 'tier son, Barl, who last his Me in service. Mrs. Ed Wlchtendahl and Mrs JP, O. Obrweller had charge of the pres- ehtatlon. Mrs. Hat-old Saaa and MM. John Kemna were hostesses to the members at the Pertl Oafe. All members are urged to be present at the next meeting when the Auxiliary service flag will be dedicated. . Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wilson attended a hardware convention at Des Moines last week. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23BD at our store is LAYA1 SEPARATOR SERVICE DAY! MOID mual De Laval Cream Separator serves ybii twice a day •• every day in the year and produces butterfat — the most important of all farm products. Now, during our country's great war effort, the efficient operation of your De Laval Separator is more important than ever before. Your country at war needs tapre butterfat and your present separator must be kept skim- Jning with maximum efficiency and operating dependably day in and day out. Bring your complete separator to us on the date shown above for careful expert inspection, which will be made free of charge. Should any new parts be required or any unusual service work needed a charge will be made for the parts and a nominal service charge for the work. ' Take advantage of this opportunity to make sure that your De Laval Separator gets the attention it needs to continue doing its important war job efficiently. BRING IN YOUR COMPLETE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR KEEP EM HUMMING' Bradley Bros* Algona, Iowa TELL YOUR NEIGHBORS !ln Imperial, we can show you •wallpaper beauty that's nationally famousl We can show you •wallpaper quality that's Co/or- .Locked,* by a process that insures guaranteed washability ;and light resistance! We can iquote you prices that are far less than you'd ever guess! So stop by today, iConly to see the lovely new patterns now on view) See our Ensembles, inter- harmoniied for effective decoration of adjoining rooms) : *COLpR-lOCKED , , . an exclusive Imperial process by virtue of which »!'. Imperial Washable Vrallpjpers arc guif for 3 years from date of V) withstand room exposure withcut ing and to dean satisfactorily in ance wiih the instruction! included jr. every roll. Over ISO Beautiful Patterns Priced 9Ic Per Single Roll Up to $1.00 AVOID COMING SHORTAGES BUY NOW! K, u. JAMES News Items of Fenton Vicinity MITCHELLS HotfOftED ON ANNIVERSAttY Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were honored Sunday It being their 20th wedd|ing| anniversary^ iRel- atlvea gathered at 'their homo and a pot luck dinner was served. They were presented with a gift In remembrance of the occasion. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and girls of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bleckwenn and tlottoa 'Jeaji of Ruthven, Mr. and'Mrs. Theodore Meling and family, Mrs| John Mel- Ing and Myrna, Rev. A. R. Gaard of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick and Robert John of Klemme, Misses Arlene Mitchell and Helen Zwanser of Mason City, Mr/ and Mrs Harvey Buenger of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, Mr, and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and Robert; Miss Nan Hewitt, Aima Marie Mitchell and Alice Skaar of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Mitchell and family of Lone Rock and Ariel Skaar of Algona. LEGION AUXILIARY MET FRIDAY WITH MRS. FAUERBY The American 'Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. E. C. Fauerby. Thirteen members were present. Roll call was My Favorite United States President. A report on the Red Cross work done by the Auxiliary was given. Twenty-five finished blouses and baby quilts have been •made. Mrs. George Jorgenson had charge of the program. Sides were chosen and a quiz on the Life of Abraham Lincoln was given. Mrs. W. R Lage gave a reading on Lincoln. Thirty-nine pounds of magazines have been sent to the Veterans hospital in Knoxville by thq Auxiliary. Lunch was served. LLOYD CORNELIUS, NAVY, HONORED AT PARTY (Lloyd Cornelius, second class fireman in the Great Lakes Naval Training station, was honored at a party Sunday evening at the Dale Welsbrod home. Lloyd who has been here on furlough, left Tuesday nlghl for the training station, Five hundred was played with Mrs, Paul Voigt and Elvln Schlei winning high honors and, Mrs. Ralph Weiabrod and Dale Welsbrod, low honors. Guests included Mrs. Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. El win Schei, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl, Mr. and Mrs. Merwln Widdel, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Langerman, Duane Cornelius and Ethel Weisbrod. (Lillian Baago visited friends in Iowa Falls last week. * Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines spent the week end at the paren tal W. J. Weisbrod home. Arlene Mitchell and Helen Bawn- zer of Mason'City spent the week end here with relatives. (Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and Kathryre visited at the Carl Krueger home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell and Rotoert John of Klemme' spent tha week end here with relatives. '(Mrs., George Goetsch visited from Tuesday to Friday with her daughter, Mildred in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei and Evalon were Sunday night supper guests at the Louis Braatz home in Whittemore. Shirley Frank and Valerian Jentz of Des Moines, spent the week end at the parental E. J. Frank and Four Corner News The iLouis Lowman's of Fenton, . J. Lowman and the Ray Smiths were last Sunday callers at the Everett Witham home. The Louis JLowmans and the Fred Seeker family of,Fenton and the Art Alexanders and Everett Withams spent Saturday evening at the Leo Ramos home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs Art Alexander were aken by surprise Monday night when 50 'friends and neighbors dropped In to help them celebrate ;h«fir seventh anniversary.) 'Five hundred was played at seven tables and a nice lunch was served which was brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. RJeh celebrated their 47th anniversary last Friday toen all JheVr children and families and a few friends'came for the evening. Cards were played an a nice lunch was served. Mir. • Rich is getting along fine as he fell and broke his collar bone about two .weeks ago,, A shower was given Friday af- tenoon at the Roy Lee home for Helen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker who was married to Earl Cooper in California and now here for a few days honeymoon Earl is stationed in Calif, and is a brother of Mrs. Roy Lee. The bride received many nice ana useful gifts and a nice lunch was served by the hostsses, The Four Corners Mothers and daughters club met Feb. 4th at the Chris Jensen borne with Gladys Eisenbarth assisting hostess A nice meeting was held and Eula Rich gave a very interesting -book review. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The jiexl day meeting will be March 4 with Edna. Mitchell and Jesle Elmore hostesses, A paper, "Art of Table HArangemen*" by Maude Robin-, eon and a solo by Donna Jean Mitchell will be given. NIW DISCOVIRY FOR MASTITIS Pvt te F. W. Jent* homes. 'Anna Marie Mitchell and Alice Skaar of Forest City and Ariel Skaar of Algona spent the Week end here with relatives. (Don Welsbrod and daughter, Anna Rae and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod visited Sunday afternoon at the E A. Weisbrods in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Berkland and family were entertained at dlrmer Sunday at the Mclvin Mansager home. Mrs. Aulden Davis and son, Reynold Dee of Barrington, 111, 10- turned home last Friday after a week's visit here with her mother, Mrs. Theo. Bleckwenn. (Mr. and Mrs. August Zurnacli returned Saturday from Bode where they had visited a week and a half at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Floyd Torgeson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and sons of Cylinder, Fern Carlson and (Mrs. John Newel were entertained at dinner Sunday At the Fred Newel home, honoring Mrs. John Newel's birthday. (Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm of St. Joseph, Mo.) surprised their parents, the Sam Warners and Otto Ohms, Saturday night when they walked in for a visit. They plan on being here until the end of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm of St. Joseph, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Gremmels, Mr. and Mrs Eldon Hantelman and M|. and Mrs Fred Frink Were entertained at dinner Sunday .evening at the Gilbert Bleckwenn home. Mrs. ,Ed Schlei was pleasantly surprised Sunday at her home in honor of her birthday anniversary. Dinner was served at noon. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weh- Brod, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weia- brod and chldren and Mr. and Mrs. El win Schlei and Evalon. Mr, and Mrs, Paul CorneJlvis entertained Sunday Second Class Fireman and Mfls. Lloyd Oojrnelius, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cornelius and Barbara of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Card Odin, Beverly and Alice, Ethed Welsbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornelius and Francis of! sted. (Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuecker and children of Lohrville were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Kuecker's mother, Mrs. Henry Miler and supper guests at the parental Fred Kuecker home. Afternoon callers at the Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bobby of Lakota were dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Dreyer home. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wortman and two sons of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman and Mr. and Mrs. John Tieman surprised the Tietzs in honor of their 15th wedding armlverssary. The Tietzs were presented with a gift and lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. WEST BEND NEWS jMr. and Mrs. Nelson Rasmussen were Fort Dodge visitors on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Prlebe of Algona were Saturday visitors at the M. W. Stones. Mr. and Mrs Ed Anliker were business Visitors at Windom, Minn., the first of last week. Bill Baas went to Omaha Monday to consult doctors In regard to his leg that he broke some time ago. Mr. and Mrs/ Ri> W.j Jurgens and Lonie Lee were Sunday dinner, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frleden. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Mikes and Mrs. Harold Mikes will be assisting hostess, J. T. Boos celebrated his birthday Wednesday his son, Myron, and family having dinner with him and spending the evening at his home. •George Thacker returned to his home in Rock Valley Wednesday morning ater a few days visit with his parents, Thacker. Mr. and Mrs. John [Mrs. John Bowen returned frofri Eathefvllle Saturday evening from Efltherville where she had been for three weeks assisting with the care of her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Nelson, who is recovering from an operation. 'Donald A. Ktieccker left Sunday evening from Fort Dodge via Omaha where he joined a group of other young men. He plans on being stationed at San Antonio, Texas, where he will take training to be a flying cadet in the arm'y air corps. Mrs. Eli Griman Was a week end visitor at Lester, Iowa, with her daughter ana' husband^ Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kellenberger and to get acquainted with her new granddaughter, born to the Kellenbergers Friday. They now have a son and daughter, SAVE TIME-SAVE WORK U<t this NEW Furniture Pollih that CLEANS - POLISHES PROTECTS tidy house FURNITURE POLISH BETTER GROCERS HAVE IT I'M G01N6 TO FOT IT BY THE TELEPHONE SO EVERYBODY WILL REMEMBER. HOW WE SHOULD SHARE THE LINE WITH THE OTHER FAMILY. WHAT'S THAT FOR, JOHNNY 7 Two family line telephone service is most satisfactory when each family shares the line "50-50," remembering to be considerate in the number of calls and length of hang up carefully if the line is in answer calls promptly... and to replace the receiver after each call. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 3.C -.'.I. T^Sj±ll^iiPt^WalC-A^l^itl^llJ^I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU In Gingham, Chambray Seersucker Tailored so well you'll wear they everywhere. Air sizes, of course, in- luding half size. Printed Crepes Jerseys Gaily Printed Coat In Cotton Crepe Cotton PopUa Prin* Clotfc In the lead this spring navy dresses with crisp white trim* wing, 2 piece styles predominating, in all These make you over pints, also comfejnfttionp of print and crepe ana BMtcfcep linen, All sizes, Whatever the Stork Brought Lovely ba tiste gown with bodice tucking and lace trim. . Petticoat with scalloped hem, neck, and arm-holes. In white. SEE WHAT THE STORK BROUGHT US! Warm little sweater and caps set .trimmed with, soft angora wool! You've got the young 'un . . . and we've got the clothes you'll want to best display his (or her!) charms! All budget priced. Children's Department Second Floor. '.# $

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