The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1943
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TTbe IT. FLOYD STOH VISITING AT BURT HOME FROM WARS Burt—'Lieut. Floyd Stott arrived ftotne Saturday torn Fort Bennlng, Qo, where he has been just recently commlsstorred a second lieutenant in the U. S. army, after completing the officer candidate •course at the Infantry school at Fort Benning. He enlisted in the Army on February 10, 1941 and •Served wtth Co. B., 133 Infantry Regiment and was overseas for a time before going to officers candidate school three months ago. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott and a graduate of the Hurt high school. He left Tuesday morning to return to (Fort Benning where he plans to train- for a paratrooper. BURT METHODISTS OBSERVE LAYMAN'S SUNDAY (Layman's 1 Sunday was observed at the Methodist^ church Sunday morning with laymen t>f the service. G. H. in charge McMullen acted as (chairman.; The' scr|ip- ture was read by W. J. Lockwood. Dr. Bahnle Kj Bahnson sairg a «olo, "In the Garden." Methodist Men in World Reconstruction was the general topic. (Art Mitchell gave the "Introduction,* J. L. Mullen spoke on "Economic Foundations and Political Structures," W. B. Officer discussed "Racial Foundations and i Educational Foundations," and Walter Campney talked on "Spiritual Foundations and Conclusions."' .The 399 Club met Monday eva- ning with Fern Oestreicher. fThe Rev. Paul Figge had his tonsils removed Monday morn- Ing. ILura Sewick, who teaches .it Forest City, spent the week-end at home. The J. T. Hcaneys spent Sunday with Mr. Heaney's mother at Kiester, Minn. The Hi Low Bridge Club met •with Mrs. Bahnc K. Bahnson Tuesday afternoon-. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds is to begin working at Smith's Department store Wednesday. C. V. Schrader and Richard Chipman were business visitors at Spencer Saturday. lElmer Larson, who is working at Owatonna, Minn., spent the week-end here with his family. (Ruth Anderson and Mary Jane Winch spent the week-end with Miss Winch's parents at George. Joel Carter and Sylvester Brace went to Des Moines Sunday whe're Joel planned to enlist In the ma rtaes. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anderson at tended the funeral of A. J. Gross an uncle of Mrs. Anderson, at West Bend Sunday. Mr., and Mrs. J. G. Sewtek and Jay D. Graham were luncheon guests Saturday at the George Graly home at Lakota. !The Robert Voigts have bought the house recently vacated by the EJmll Hasse family and will take possession Immediately. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Streucher and family and Fred Streucher of Whittemore, were Sunday guests at the Werner Streucher home. rThe Karl Andersons visited relatives at Humboldt Saturday. A brother of Mr. Anderson from Kjansas City was visiting ; there< A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt, of Dolliver, Tuesday morning. The child is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. " H. Schwietert. The R. S. Johns are moving to Elmore, Minn., the first of March and the Clyde Bristows have rented the Holding house to be vacated by them. iMr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson of Austin, Minn., were over Sunday visitors at the home of VLrs. Henderson's parents, Mr. and Wrs. Herman Neitzel. 'David Anderson, who had been attending Drake, Visited last Tuesday at the home of his brother, Karl Anderson. He left Fri- day to join the air covps. The Clarence LatSons of Waterloo visited over the week-end at Mr*. Larsort's parents, Mr. aftd Mrs. S. M. Peterson, and his parents, Mr. and MrS. George LafSon. Myron Chipmans returned to Ames Sunday after a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. M. M. Chipman went back with them and on to Des Moines on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford are parents of a daughter born to them Friday morning at the Kossuth hospital. The Crawfords have one other daughter. Mr. Crawford is working in California and she has been staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Valentine. Kenneth Hammerstrom arrived home Sunday from the Great Lakes training station, where he had been in the hospital for a number of weeks with an ear infection. (He received an honorable discharge from the navy In which he had enlisted several months ago. .The Harley Watkins family, for r merly of Rapid City, S. D., arrived Thursday and have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Watkins' sister, Mrs. Roy Morgan. They are going to make their home in Al- jona. Friday afternoon the Ray Falbs visited at the Morgan home and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones, of Buffalo Center spent Saturday at ,he Morgan home. PARTY AT GRANT SCHOOL MONDAY FOR MAR. REDUCED ELECTRIC RATES, NEW STREET LIGHTS PROMISED WESLEY Votes totaling 189 were cast at the special election held here last Thursday. They voted in a twenty- year franchise favoring the Central States Electric Company which furnished lights and power for this community the past nine years. The company has promised and to reduce rates, improved street install new lights and electroliers, which are to burn from dusk to dawn. New underground cables will be installed in the electrolier system. around Wards CALL US FOR FURNACE REPAIRS" Dependable service, reasonable priceS'oh repairs for any make oi furnace. Well help you be sure your furnace is kept in good shape. The factory provides us with 24-hour- a-day lervice on genuine repair parts for Green Colonial furnaces. NEW FURNACES? II your present furnace is beyond use or repair, you can still buy a new Gresn Colonial. Ant us about it. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. AI/GONA, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE MANY MOVE AS MARCH 1ST ARRIVES This was moving week Wesley. The Clarence moved into the George Hauptman house which they have purchased and where the Tom McMahons recently vacated. The Lester Larsons moved to the Ward farm and the Carl Froelichs to the Larson place. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt and family moved to a farm near Fort Dodge. The Bernard Thomusons to Nora Springs and the George Jesse's of Corwith to the Thompson farm. Charley Sorensons to Corwith. The V. Eis- enbachers to Sorenson's place. The Joe Studers to farm vacated by Eisenbachers. FAREWEliL 'PARTY HONORS MRS. MATERN AND ADAM lAbout 75 neighbors and friends gave Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and son, Adam, a farewell party at their farm home Sunday night. Court whist was played with Mrs. George Vitzthum winning hi<<] score prize for ladies and Mr Vitzthum for men. Delicious re freshments were served by th< self-invited guests. Mr. and Mi's Berr Matern and two children ant Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buss of Thorn ton, attended the party. Thi Materns move to a farm northwest of Corwith. The Fred Rasmussen family of Kanawha move to the Matern farm which they bought. The Materns have lived on their farm about 50 years. An electric table lamp was presented to the Materns. Catholic hall at St. Benedict Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. West treated their many friends to a wedding dance tn Wesley Thursday night. They were married last November in Pontiac, Illinois, where they were employed. Mrs. West is the former Ruth Penton, daughter of Mrs. Penton, of St. Benedict. Wilbur is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo West, will farm near LuVerne. They BOB STUDER TO REPORT TO ARMY ADI FORCE Bob Studer received word Saturday that he is to report to Des Moines, Sunday, March 7th, for entrance into the army air corps. He was sworn in on August 20th at Des Moines. He is the oldest son -of Mr. and Mrs. J. .L. Studer and has been employed as truck operator for the Farmers Co-Opera- tivc Society. Gayle Studer is in camp' in Southern California. A farewell party was held at the schoolhouse Monday evening honoring the families moving out of the township this spring. The alumni and high school boys played basketball and the alumni won by a score of 10-13. Those moving out of the township are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Angle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Stalzer, and Mr. and Mrs. Christie Henricksen. Each family was presented with an envelope containing defense stamps. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Doris Boever started working Monday in defense Work at Winona, Minn. Melzer Farrow, of Moscow, Minn., visited Sunday afternoon at the David Farrow home. Mrs.' Rhoda Dunn and Charles and Mary visited Sunday at the Ethan Light home near Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grettilat, of near Elmore, visited Sunday evening at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and family, near Burt, were Sunday visitors at the Ely Anderson home. Rudolph Engstrom and Maurice Drew, who recently enlisted in the marines, are stationed at San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Wallace Reynolds, Mrs. Rose Reynolds, and Eddie Schmall were Sunday dinner guests at the C. C. Schaap home in Algona. Chester Farrington and Rosemarie Landin, of Omaha, Neb., were married January 23 at Omaha. At present they are at the A. G. Farrington home. TlTONItANEWS S t^.-^-^--' a; f .A-j-t,^^ A^ j,t/»fc a tfaAm*aiJ«Ia 1 ..;ii4jLattA,iS . JMf*. 6. H. Meyflf Mr, and Mfs. Harm Keltwleh Sat* urday to .Buffalo Center where they called on Mrs. Meyers' aged aunt, Mrs. Berniie Rowray. Mr. and Mrs. 6. J. toekreni and Ardith of Thompson spent Sunday with the Morris Kiel family. IMr. and Mes. Louis Kaphengst of (ffliftdre Wefe Sunday visitors at the Maurice Keil home. Mr. and Mrs. John Falk and Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs, Otto rctlk were Sunday visitors at the Harold Krahtz home' near Swea City. t»hylliB stayed with her flls- ter, Mrs, Krantz, till Tuesday eve* enlng. (Honna' Ailts, son-te-law of Ed :tes, returned home last Friday 'rom Rochester where he underwent an operation three weeks ago. He is getting along real well hut Is not to work for t six months. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough and Lowell and Mr. and Mrs. Hd ZwkSfel were at Mason City Saturday on .business. Lila Zwie- 'el, Who Is employed In Mason City, came 1 home with them for the week-end. iMr. and , Mrs. Harold Miller lelped their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, move to their farm near Buffalo Center Monday. Ray Miller purchased ! the Chicago Stock farm west of Buffalo Center on highway No. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Honken of Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Alvjn Honkett Andrefts D*vid and J tdok Alviftftk«n td Masos City to tftok ttMMtaft to r , vin li art Inspector in the ' --*' • LAKOTA NEWS fc&xaxi!^^ iPaul tltena,.\whd finished his college Work tit Dutouque Unlvef' sity m January and has since been at 'home awaiting his call to rfef- vlce, left Tuesday for DUbuque and if the call does not come this wteek will accompany the tollege Accapella choir to Chicago for n. series of concerts. DO YOU WANT TO STAY IN SELING WORK? If you are a • salesman of any kind, want to stay in selling work and at the same time do something that is vital to our war effort, here's your chance. Local Manager of large feed company wants one ' or two men answering this description for local livestock service and sales wortt. Pleasant and very profitable right HOW., Should have car. Send just your name and address to Box 69, care this paper. Nome .:.„.., ,...*..„..... Address ...„ ...._ v mi w* m * OHy la»t week. He has be*ft til for tHe ptut twe' week* and Sunday f «?-• Itt ._. chaff« Of tiM.M n**t iwd Week* Used Cars 1938 Chevrolet Coach 1956 Chevrolet S«dan Delivery ______________^ 26 in, Woods Bros, Tlireshirig machine 15-30 Tractor John Deere corn binder » l-Boittom 18-inchj plow 2 3-bottom plows Manure spreadlerr 14-ft, Disc 2 10-ft. Discs / > 6 h, p. engine 4 Cream separators 16x16 Laydug house 500 Ohick Brooder house Hag Feeders Ohick Feeders South Bradley Bros. Hotel Algona Phone 714 Garden. ' WESLEY GIRLS TO JOIN WAVES IN NEW YORK Gertrude Otis and Rita Wingert have received word that they are to report at Hunter's College, New York, on March 4th. They have enlisted hi the Waves. POST NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR MRS. WILBUR WEST A post nuptial shower will iven Mrs. Wilbur West in be the OPPORTUNITY FARMS A small down payment, balance on long term of years. I have a nice list of them. Also, I have a few private farms for sale. 1—280-acre improved, $115 per acre. 1—160-acre improved, $115 per acre. Both are well located. Farms are selling fast at this time, and prices advancing. See me at once. P. J. KOHLHAAS r CHATTER BOX With these first glimpses of spring every housewife wiljl begin to think of house cleaning. After tlhe snow and dirt that has been tracked in this winter, perhaps floors will come first for attention. JLR One of our new Bird Ar- morlite linoleum rugs will add a note of cheer and brightness to the kitchen or dining room. Bird Armor- lite rugs clean easier, stay 'brighter and last longer. They come in three sizes. In addition to the rugs we have an attractive assortment of linoleum by the yard. JLR How about your old worn floors? The really economical and satisfactory way tc handle them is to) sand them. Rent our sander and restyle your own floors. You can do it at a small cost. JLR Our Sargent Pajmts, Varnish and Enamel have been giving 100% satisfaction ever since we began to sell them. You will find here a full line of flat wall, semi- gloss, gloss, enamel and varnishes. See our color charts and make your selections. JLR Tools will help to win the war. Our farmers need many items in tools and various pieces of equipment which we are unable to furnish them in new merchandise. What do you have around your home in any type of equipment that you feel would be useful to our farmers? Bring in any items of this kind that you have. We will either buy them from you or sell them for you. JLR Who says there is nothing new under the sun? Watch our Chatter Box. JLR (We are always glad to have you stop in and look around. J. L. Richardson Hdw. DORNBIER DAUGHTER BORN FATHER'S BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier became the proud, and happy parents of a baby girl on Wednesday, February 17th. They now have a family of four boys and two girls. Mr. Dornbier is exceptionally happy as the 17th was also his birthday. MRS. SUSAN LEASE HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Sunday guests at the L. L. Lease home were Mr. and Mrs. Morris ins college, S£. Paul, and Lavon Gerdes of'the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, spent the week-errd here at their parental Julius Kunz and John Gerdes homes. lAlvin Loebig and Robert De- Grotte went to Des Moines Saturday from which the latter left for induction into the anmy air corps. Alvin is awaiting his call into the navy air corps. He ,retiurned home Monday. Mrs. Urban Lickteig returned home Sunday evening by 'bus from a few days visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Dirksen and farnily at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. Lickteig's sister, Ruth Meuhe of Irvington cared for the household duties during her sister's absence. ^Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge and Verneil were Sunday guests at the Frank Adrian home at Corwith. The dinner honored Private Leon Adrian of 'Fort Lewis, Washing-, ton. He is spending a 'l5-days furlough at his parental Frank Adrian home and with other relatives. 'Rudolph Hildman, son of Mrs. Tillie. Hildman, Ed and Lou, sons of Mr. and Mrs. August Gorman, left (Monday for Des Moines to take physical examinations for the army. Paul Gorman is now at Keesler Field, Miss., attending an .K FRUITS and ^VEGETABLES llfACHID Studer and Jerry of Gardner, Mr. air cor P s technical training schoolj and Mrs. J. W. Walker of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease and son, Burreli. The occasion honored Mrs. Susan Lease who was 82 years old the previous week. Mrs. Lease is spending the winter months at the 'home of her son, Lester. Marjorie Gouge spent the week end at the Rudy Young home Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich and family of MHler were Sunday visitors at the Tom Forburger home. Mrs. Roland Walschmidt of Fort Dodge has been assisting Mrs. Elizabeth Matern with their mov- ng. The Catholic Missionary Socie;y will meet Wednesday afternoon next week. The C.. D. of A will meet that evening. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olie Kirschbaum, of Mason City, 'ormer Wesley residents, was inducted into the army last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith of Buf- 'alo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elsenbacher were Sunday vis- tors at the Albert Lickteig home. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Kent of 3urt were Sunday guests at the lome of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and family. The senior class of the public school has begun prac'tice on the class play, 'I'm In the Army Now." Miss Mercedes Schmidt is coaching. Donna Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Goetz, observed her 7th birthday Friday and she treated her classmates at school to candy. Rose Studer, youirgest daughter of Mr. an<J Mrs. Alf Studer, spent the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leo Young and family at Garner. P. C. Haynes observed his 62nd birthday Saturday. Mrs. Haynes had a birthday Sunday. Mrs. George Ward and Joe Miller had birthdays Sunday. A home project follow up meeting was held at the home of Mrs. J. P. Hauptman Wednesday afternoon. (Mrs. Henry Sherman, the leader, conducted the lesson. iMr. and Mrs-. Lon Gouge and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith entertained at the Gouge home Sunday evening. 500 was played .. Delicious refreshments were served. IBnar Franzen of Camp Cooke, California is spending a 16-day furlough at his parental, Carl Franzen home at Britt, but 'being a former Wesley vicinity resident he called on his many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward and Chandler were Sunday guests at the Sam Haag home in Algona. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Haag was baptized in 'the Lutheran church and was named Robert Lynn. The August Gorman family and the Philip Goetz family of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the C. M- Oison home, honoring Ed and Lou Gorman who left for Des Moines Monday tor induction into the army. 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