The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1943
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jjJM Algona t/pi^r Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Peb. 26,1943 WflON BUSY WITH SOOAL AND MARCH MOVES Letiy Satchel was hostess "to "'the 4-H club girls at her' home ilast Saturday afternoon. Seven •members were present. The M. B. A. leader; Miss Schultz, Was present a'fid gave talks oh the new i ration books and demonstrated "work clothes" for the •girls' feewkig project The girls Wave given $3 to the ambulance •relief fund. Lunch was served. ~Bu»y Bees Ertierlamed-^, Mrs. Rdy Sarchet entertained ihe Busy Bee club at her home last Friday afternoon, 20 ladies -attending. <A business meeting -was held. It was 'decided to hold iheir..Contest party the 12th of iMarch, 'Dancing Party- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hofius entertained 12 couples at a dance at •iheir home last Tuesday evening. 'THerbst & Murray, of Algona, furnished the music. Lunch was •served at the close of the even- nrig. iThey also visited two of their •daughters .who are there. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph •were guests of the Charles Qei- Hehfeldts Sunday evening. On March 19 Ethel Smith will 'b^ hostess to a regular'meeting /of the club. Games were enjoyed .-and a tray lunch was served. • 'Cecil Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'ITre'd Will, came home from California last Saturday evening and is planning ebon to Join ihe armed torces. .: . . •. Mf, find L Mfl, F%d Mft and Mrs. Fitenk MofftiS Card Party & Dance Thursday Evening, March * eight o'clock Cards, Lunch, D a ncing -. at ' : . " ACADEMY HALL 8 o'clock 35c per person GUILD CIRCLE NO. 7 Mrs. E. iC. McMahon, Chairman Mrs. E, A. Scheme) . . $3$ A CONCRETE BARNYARD s»ffi s i*_rs» p " •wvijfi.v-, "M > i,'i , ..Imps you nhf mot* boot • WlmtheUnltedNationsappeal- ingtoAmerican fanners to raise more beef and pork, many fanners are paving their feed lots with concrete. This saves 'feed and labor—leaves more feed for pigs following the cattle—saves manure. Free booklets showing how to build productive improvements with thrifty, lasting concrete are part of this Association's wartime service to farmers. You or your contractor can build concrete jobs with minimum critical materials. Mail coupon today. fail* «*pon on pfanypotlalimJ moll today I PORTLAND Cf MINT ASSOCIATION i VIV 408 Habbell Bldg., DCS Molnei, Iowa D Yes, I «m Interested in p»vtnf my b«m- ymid or feed lot. Send booklet. Also "bow io bund" booklet* on Improvements checked: MUkbomo Manure pit Granary 1 Dairy bam floor ] Poultry house floor ] Water tank*, trough! Nam* StrtitorR.R.No- JSlatg. . were 6:30, dinner guests at the Rudolph will horne last Friday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Taylor home. were Mr. and ' Mtaynard StevehSon, of Manchester, and Mr. and Mrs; L. 3. De Graw, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode; an* children drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. John .Lamuth, who has not been so well bl late. Last Saturday evening a few friends surprised Mrs. W v L. Heerdt on her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at cards. Lunch was brought by the guests. Neighbor ladies presented Mrs. Julia Dearchs with a bouquet of lowers last week prior to her eaving the neighborhood. She will make Her home with- her daughter, Mrs 1 . Frank Hofius. Ruth.Heerdt began work as office girl fof Doctor Wallace Mon day, replacing Martha Krieps who' has , resigned. Miss Kriep ivill become the bride of Joe. Mer gen, of Whittemore, oh March 2 SaVre Winkle left Monday morning for Des Moines for in duction Into 'the 'army. He is th roungest son of Mr. and Mrs Clair Winkie and grandson Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winkie, Al gona. Mr. and . Mrs. 6laf Romstad came up from Des Moines Sun day night by bus and returnee Monday afternoon via bus. Mr Romstad, who is In defense work is employed at present on a new powder plant which is being erected near Kansas City. 'March 1 moves not previously mentioned are: the Ruse famil; from the McEnroe farm near the Black Cat to a farm north anc east of Burt. Kenneth Gould from • the Chester Bailey tenan house to the Olaf Romstad house on Highway 18, just north of the McGuire farm. The Clair Win kies are moving from a farn near Titonka to the John Lam' uth property on Diagonal stree in Algona. ( _ -____ D. A. Link Burned In Thompson Fire Ledyard: Word from Mr, am Mrs. D. A. Link this past wee] reports Mr. Link has somewha improved. Their home at Thomp son "burned a week ago, and Mr Link was seriously burned. He is >in the hospital at Thompson Mrs, Link is at the home of her brother, Ross Browning, in Lone Rock. IF SO, YOU'D BETTER GARDEN THIS YEAR! Those ot UB Who like to eat (and who doesn't) are going to be hit hard by rationing unless we BO to work find prow our own groceries this year. -It won't hurt., us any, because gardening Is fun ind healthful as well as prqfltnhlo. ' Come over to our store and • let us tell you how simple It Is to get'Started the easy, Inez- pensive Henry Field wayl HENRY FIELD SEED STORE , iLocated In White's Market We also carry a full line of the. famous SARGENT'S JPEJBDS, FLOUR Etc, Etc. TRY IT TODAY the NEW BOWL FLUSH Cleans—Deodorizes Perfumes Convenient'"Uvallft" Opentr Attached to Lid Buy tidy house Bowl Flush from VOUR Grocer IOWA v ThursOay-FridayrSaturdfty Bleb. 25-26-27 OUTLAWS.JAKE CQVEJ , .., d» He^; •takes oveiy- the war on \ rustlers I Sunday, four days,. Feb. 28 March 8 A Searing Tale of a Girl's 'Infatuation! &,'• - NIGH BKUC. SURBY, JOHNSON NUPTIALS SUNDAY •Phyllis' Sufby, daughter of Mr and'Mrs. R. d. Surby, Stunner, anc Gerald Johnson, son of 'Mf. and Mi's. Luther (Johnson, LuiVetne: Were united in marriage In a double ring cerernony at thaMeth- odlat church at / Sutnner Sunday evening. The ceremony was performed at 8 o'clock by the Rev. Mtr. Prescott, pastor of the church, in. the ^presence 6f Immediate relatives and friends. The couple was attended by Mr, and Mrs. Flobert Surby, of Waterloo, with Mervfln Johnson, brother of the bridegroom and Doris Dehnert serving as ushers. The bride and and her attendant were both dressed In 'blue street length dresses with white accessories with the jrlde carrying a bouquet of pink and white -roses and Mrs. Surby one of pink roses. Robert Surby sang "O Promise Me" before the ceremony. A reception was given it the home of the bride's parents following .the ceremony to about twenty guests. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Johnson, Mervln, Myron and Adelio were In the receiving line and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty from LuVei'ne and Doris Dehnert from Mason City. The bride Is a graduate of the LuVerne high schoolj clasa-of 1942 while Mr. Johnson graduated in 1941. He has been employed In a grocery store at Sumner for the past year but expects to be called to the military service in the near future. J, C. Marty went to 1 Chicago Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramos, of Esthetville, visited at Otto Ram- uses Sunday. •Arthur Ramuses of Des Moines visited relatives in LuVerne over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson visited Mrs. Alex .Miller at Fort Dodge Friday. ,Wm. Hedrlck received word on Monday of the death of his father, Wm. Hedrick,/Sr., at-Irvington. Mrs. F. I. Chapman attended a D. A. R. Washington's birthday tea at the Mrs. W. K. Ferguson at Algona Monday after- home noorr. •Mrs. Emma Lehman, of Boxholm, is staying at the Fred Merkle home while Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merklfe are at Rochester. Mr. Merkle was going through the 1 clinic there. iDorothy^Koob, Goldfield, visited the first of the week at A. W. Dim- lers. George Kabele and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thavcs - are spending this week hi Minneapolis Where Mr. Thaves is taking a pos graduate course in insurance. Mm. V. W. Thaves who has bee visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henr Ouderlan, has gone to Mason Or for a visit with another daughtc Mrs. James Serhagl. and Mrs. A, L. Brown at tended a farm bureau townshi meeting at Swea township Tues day evening.. The meeting wa leld at the home of Joe Preston. The Session and the Trustees o ;he Presbyterian church met o Tuesday for their annual budge meeting. Plans for their annua every member canvass were made Iiols Col well returned to Chioag Monday everting after spendin :hree days here with her parent Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Loi s employed by the F. B, I. In Chi cago. Mrs Ann Fcclmcr and Air's. Fre '.ooch returned last night from St 'aul where they had gone to buy millinery and other merchandis or the Elite Shop of which Mra echner Is owner. Maxine Moore went to Ceda lapids Sunday for a week's vis! ,t the home of her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Moore am another aunt, Miss Wilma Stein metz. Maxine is employed at Kre lensky's. Richard Halpin left Monday ever ning for Des Moines after spend ng his seven day induction fur ough with his parents, Mr. am .trs. T. C. Halpin. Richard was in ducted into the army with a Pol! Bounty quota. ITeddy Hutchisqn aooompanle ils father, T. C. Hutchison, to De Mines on (Sunday. They were oined there by Mrs. Hutchison and'daughter Sue, and son Tommj on Tuesday. They will all retur o Algona Friday. Betty ' Jane LaBarro has been ilected a page for the state con- erence of the D. A. R. to be heli at Des Moines March 10. Betty i he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R jaiBarre and she was the 1oca chapter's official candidate fo page. Mrs. Ray Ladendorf retu r ncc Monday from Minneapolis • where he .underwent a mastoid opera ion and is recovering nicely. Shi las been in Minneapolis the pas wo months, and spent ten day Mvs. -the time with her sister. ter, .Frances 'Kabele, also of Gold- n the hospital and the balance o field, spent Saturday with Irvjn Chapman. (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti entertained- 1 the basketball girls' team and their coach, Richard Bash am and Mrs. Basham, at a 6:30 dinner Monday evening. The girls play Stratford in the district tournament at Stratford Thursday evening. ' • • ' Arlie Goetsch, Paul Will, Donald Bowman and LeRoy Wegner went to "Des Moines from Humboldtf county for their final, physical examinations . Saturday.. Marlin Baker and Kenneth Marty '.'left Monday on A-^ike .mission, ffpni Kossuth county. '•"-'••': Elead Wegner surprised his parents Saturday when he arrived hoime for a .ten day leave of absence. He has been on. a ship off the west coast 'but, is being transferred to the east so was allowed to stop over on his way. He has been In the navy since October > of 1941. , ITlhe Good Will Club met Thursday afternoon^ with Mrs. Helena Stripling with Mrs. Elmer Emery and Mrs. Fred Lena hostesses, Mrs. Frank Sanford and , Mrs. Clarence Kraose were the committee for entertainment. Games and contests were conducted after which the hostesses served a dainty lunch. The young people of the Evangelical church at Renwick gave a program at the 'local church on Sunday evening. Miss Anna Mills was devotions leader a'nd the pianist for the program was MJss Marylln Schneider. Following this five young people presented a stewardship play after which the pastor of the Renwick 6 church showed slides of pictures taken at various Evangelical conferences. Mrs. R. D. Kannlng was 73 years old Saturday anrd In honor of, her birthday some of her child- dren visited, her. Her son John Conning and wife spent Saturday with her and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jell, and children and Mrs. Wm. Hahnsen and children were here on Friday, All of them live at ihurdan. Another son,- the Rev. ?Vm. Kannlng, is a chaplain in :he army stationed at Crossvllle, Tennessee, Mrs. Kannlng lives alone in the summer time but a daughter -and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klawltter, who ive in 'LuVerne, spend the winters with her. Eugene Leon Colwell, 22, son o Mrs. L. E. Colwell of Irvington was enrolled in the school for ma chinists mates at the U. S. Nava Training Station at Great Lakes 111. Upon graduation he will no eligible for promotion to a petty officer's rating and be assigned to duty with the fleet or at a shore station. .••' ••';'.' : '-;:' - LEDYABD NEWS Rev,-0». P. Muller spent several dsys4ast week at Webster City., Rev. O. P, Mueller teft Tuesday for Rochester, where he is to undergo an operation^. Letters received tfere *rrom Ervin Kramersmeier state that he is Stationed at Camp Hood, Tex, Mrs. Paul jftte and Paula Kay and Mrs. torenz and Barbara were callers at EJmorevOn Friday. Mr, and Mrs, Asa Warner' and Harold §pent the weekend at the Clarence Ackerson home, % Wesiey. Myrtt? Waterloo, Ja,, s .spending several days visitin| " Mm 3f. ^ ier " sister r Nitz, |iey. and Mrs, per guests » Mrs. on Swplay, MarilyR 'JSielske has at bpm f were visiting Mrs. • pingel's mother Mrs. Margaret Lpoft, on Friday afternoon at Swea City. The Ladies'-Aid of the Ev. and Reformed church will meet a the church on Thursday, March 4 with -Mrs. J. C. Blome as hostess. Rev. and Mrs. Karl Merkel, oJ Elmore, and Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Besendori and family, Frost, Minn., were Sunday guests at the H. Frye home. Mr. Besendorf is Mrs. Frye's brother. Mrs. Rosa Moulton, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. But- terfjgld, at Swea City, since Christmas, 'has returned and is visiting "Mrs. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. William Green and Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and son Douglas were dinner guests'at the Ted Green home on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs.. D. A, Carpenter went to Mason City last week Monday on business. They also called on E. T. Halversori, who is in Mercy hospital there. Phyllis Strand and Connie Garry, who are students at the Mankato teachers college, spent the weekend at the parental L. C. Strand and Alice Garry homes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand were callers at Blue Earth on Friday. ' Mrs. Brand visited her aunt, Mrs. H. L. Metz, and Mr. Brand attended the livestock sale. Ray Marquis and Ben Meyer went to Iowa City Friday to take Jake Pink to the hospital, where he will, remain for treatment. They visited relatives in Waterloo Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, Craig and Peanna, went to Redding Saturday to visit at the parental E, E. Williams home, Mrs. Wiemer and children remained for a two weeks visit Pvt Raymond Worden spent 48 hours leave here, arriving SaUu> day and returning Sunday to Sioux Falls, S, D. Raymond is taking a course in radio work, and will graduate the fore part of April. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Thompson visited three days at the, George Thompson's, Kenneth reports back to Camp Dix, N. J., and from 'there goes to Camp Lee, Va., for officers* training February 27. ' ( Mr, and Mrs. William "Stubbe, Mrs. Martha Gal?el gnd Jean went to Forest City Sunday to at* tend the concert of the Waldorf col}ege choir. Marjprte Gabel Js a membertof the choir. They wejre all supper guejts at the Edwajg Christ home. • Frank Nit? took Mr. and Mrs. . T- Buckles to Ames §ai morning — ? *gy!-mdei«onr who St B^ffi.lSaliL MrV son, with a nerves. ' follpwiog the «jj, which the Mrs, Maud Solomon, of Spencer, is vislfng in Algona with her sister, Mrs. Stella Sabin. Mrs. Ruth Klndlg and Rev. and Mrs. J-. C. Buthman went to Foil Dodge Monday on a business mission. , - Mta. Wm. Aaldcrks of Lakota Is spending a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mrs, Alwin Huenhold and family. Airs. H. W. Thompson In visiting relatives in Des Moines. She went there a week ago Thursday wi-th her son Bob who recently Joined the air force. Mrs. Aj L. Brown attended an all day home furnishings program at the Harold Hunt home at Sexton Wednesday. Miss Alma Schultz, county home economist, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Delia Laird of DCS Moines spent from Wednesday until Sunday in Algona where she visited her siater, Mra. Otto Knudsen. She was joined here Saturday by her daughter, Betty and Louis Kurtz, Jr. R. B. Waller spent the week-end in Ateona wkh Ihta w)ife and daughter, 'Pamela. RUBS is now doing the publicity for the recruiting of Waves and Spars, women's auxiliaries to the navy and coast guard. Helen Zlttritsch, who is employed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company at Fort Dodge, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. Antone Zittritsch.- Helen was formerly employed in the Shumway law office. Mrs. Merle Pratt arrived In Algona on Thursday after spending three months with her husband in Morehead, Kentucky. Her* mother, Mrs. Marguerite Vinson, went by train to Chicago last week to meet her and they spent some time there before returning to Algona. Mary Lee Nugent, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Nugent, was a recent recipient of a Grinnell College Scholarship. 'Her parents now live in California. The college has announced that high school students may apply 'before March 20 to take examinations April 10 for special scholarships. There are also scholarships available without competitive examinations. Lt. James R. Bishop has wrifr ten his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, and other Algona friends that he has arrived at his destination and that it is a beautiful place. He also said that he is an official navy and marine censor. On the trip across he found :hat he and other pilots, because of their aviation training, did not Become seasick as did enlisted men and new deck officers. Private Henry D. Pfe«er ...left Sunday after spending a fifteen day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer.' Ho .s stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. He has been in the army since June of 1941 and this was ils first furlough. . Henrietta Pfeffer of Long Beach, Cal., Is also visiting her parents. She has been In Long Beach for the past two years and is now enjoying a three nonths vacation. Mrs. Dorothy Palmer returned ast week from an extended trip o San Francisco, Idaho, Colorado md Waterloo where;, she visited ler . daughter and husband,' Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert. She has seen gone since October. Mrsl. Palmer went 'to San .Francisco vith the hope of rneeting her son riarold whom she has not seen in two'years. Harold is in the-navy and arrived in port just after his mother had left. Mr. and Airs. Paul Llndholnt and ttr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton rc- ,'urned Sunday from a week's trip o Missouri and 'Arkansas. The .ilndholms visited Paul's parents, JLr. and Mrs. G. B. Lindholm, at fountain Grove, Missouri, and firs. Lindholm's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, R. A. Ellis at Aurora, Missouri. Mr.. Lindholm's mother is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clayon went on to Rogers, Arkansas, ivhere they visited Mr. Clayton's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vard McWhorter, both of whom ^ovmerly lived in Algona. Hie Rev. D. A, Martin i<etume Thursday of last week from Ro Chester, Minn., where he had gon for a check-up at the Mayo Clinic Mr. and Mrs. Hel-man Wcstbur of Hardy spent Sunday in th Henry HeUnverd ' home. Mrjsr Westburg and Mrs. Helmers ar sistere. Donald McCorklc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, of Mankato was recently inducted into th armed forces. His parents wer former Algona residents and his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Fred Martin and Mr. and. Mrs Bert McCorkle. Mrs. Clinton Lighter and son Flight Officer Duane Lighter spen a part of last week at Moneta where they visited Mr; Lighter's riarents, Mr. and Mrs, George M Lighter and at Spencer where they visited in the Clarence Ellis and Harold Lighter homes. Walter German, son of Mr. an(i Mrs. W. J. Gorman, received his call Wednesday to the merchant marines. Walter was sworn into the service on December 5th and tvhile waiting for his call has been ivorkltrg at the. Anderson Grocery. He left Tuesday for Des Moines. Algona frl«nds of Mr, and Mrs. Eugene McGuire of Fort Dodge wero sorry to hear of the death of heir three weeks' old daughter, itolly Ann, who died last Monday. The McGuireS have two other children, a boy and a girl. Mrs. kteGuire is the former Bernice Storm. Mrs. Josephine Behrends of Chicago visited her niece, Mary Kelso, • employed at the Richardson Hardware, a few days the first of the week. She is also visiting other relatives and friends, including her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dugan, near Algona'. , Mr> and Mrs. Clinton Lighter took their son, Flight Officer Duane Lighter, to Mason City where he took a train back to Alamagordo, New Mexico, whete he will await further orders from the army air corps. For the past ten days he has been visiting here following his graduation from the army air pilot training course. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan went to Yankton, S. D., last Friday to look for living quarters for the Petersons who will move there the last of the week. On the return trip Mr. and Mrs. Ireian spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. B T. Agard in Sioux City. The Agards are former Algonians. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith of Burt spent Tuesday evening in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. D .P. Smith. The Burt Smiths were in town to meet their son, Jim and Genevieve Hall who arrived by bus from Coe College at Cedar Rapids. 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