The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1943
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The Algotia Upper Des Moines, AJgoflA, Iowa, March 11,1943 •mMMM UNION HOLDST.PATOICK PARTYTOESMY 'tfaion — Despite the showy and '.stormy tfeathet a large crowd attended the St. iPiatrlek'd party at •the Floyd ftafditer" home Tuesday • everting when more than fifty ven- •tured out to eitjpy a very pleasant evening. Wm. Dodds, Jr., presided '•over the program. Jeari iLosg played two piano rumBers, "Kola" and •"IXsr F«unrer'8 Blade." Ruth Heerdt •Sang "My Wild Iflsh Rose" with 'Mrs. Arthur (Llndley, at the piano. OVtary Kathryrt Glaser and Joan :B<tae sang "Rdae cyiJay*' and 'Ten Little SoldWra" With Mrs. Will Dodds .at the .piano. 'Rev. Father Sweeney, Algona, gave a very pleading address oh ".Rural;Life." Games find Truth and Consequences completed the evening's entertainment. Kissing the Blarney 'Stone, an Irish Potato Contest and Irish Stew were among the games played/With Mrs. Dodds and Mrs. Bode in, charge. A tray lunch was served ny Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet. The lunch, was In green and white with small white tapers In green crepe paper holders •which Were lighted. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Louise Bode were tn charge of the program. A collection was taken for the Kenny infantile fund to- aid •in sending a nurse from this county to take training in the Kenny treatment. Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Bailey home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson of Burt. Nels Beck will leave soon for Colorado to see his daughter, Mrs. Louis Nelson (Marie fififtk) an son, Arthur. The latter hasVno been so well 6f late. Sunday dinner guests at the Rob ert Harvey home were Mrv aft Mrs, Jack Rosacker and daughte of ftuthven, Mf. and Mrs., Jo Zanke of Burt and Mr. and Mrs Ross Calhoun of Plum Creek. L. N. Harisen, Titonka Own* Saw With Expensive Appetite Titonka—A sow out at the L. N Hansen farm southwest of town almost got away with a forty-two dollar meal Wednesday but It turn ed out for her to be a "near miss 1 . Stanley Hansen rubbed his eyes and then looked again to toe sure when he Saw a sow In the lot With a twenty dollar bill hanging out o her mouth! Then he called;hls did L. N. Hansen. Together they closet in on the sow and found two twenty and two one dollar bills pretty wel chewed up In het- mouth. No one atithe farm had lost any money so.' they phoned Reinder Krom- mlnga, local locker manager ant custom 'butcher who had left shortly before, It was then Mr. Kromminga discovered he had lost his wallet. He drove back to the farm and searched carefully but the .billfold which had a metal zlper hat completely disappeared and so had his army registration card and his social security number and two more dollar ibills. Presumably thej were the entree to the sows expen siVe mid-morning meal. Mr. Kromminga brought the mutilated money to Wm. Boyken, loca banker, who exchanged it for gooc moriey and sent the tattered and punctured bills to Washington for redemption. • / WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING New Farm Machinery For Sale on Rationing Order On Hand Now and Ready For Delivery 2 Tractor Manure Spreaders Three-bottom Plows Two-bottom Plow Roughage Mills Hammer Mills , •', Hay Stacker , Tractor Sweep Rake Spring-tooth Harrow Wood-wheel Wagon Letz.Burr Mill with Blower Several Pump Jacks USED MACHINERY • 2 1 3 5 1 1 1 1 1 I r i New Idea Spreader Roughage Mill with Elevator '"No. mLetz Mfll with Elevator Kossuth County Implement Co. The John Deere Store Phone 850 '. Algona, Iowa \iWVWYWUWVWWtf BE ON THE SMARTSIDE IN TURFTAN LUVERNE TO RAISE $245 IN RED CROSS DRIVE THIS WEEK ILUVerne—Jf. L. Lkhty, who 1 chairman of the Red Cross Wa Fund drive, met with the worker Saturday evening at the Commun ity Hall and plans were made to conduct the drive in Luverne from March 8 to 11. The quota for th town of Luverne is $245. and Mrs. A. C. Long, of Po cahontas, were^guests Saturday a the Wm, Qoetsches. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lau, of Al gona, became the parents of a son born 'Friday, March 5. Mrs. Maggie Zentner reft the first of the week for Pocahontas where she will be employed. 'Ruth North spent the week-end at her home at Vail, Iowa. Dorothy pevick went to her home at Marshalltown. <A daughter was 'born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lelst at the Genera hospital, in Algona Sunday. Mr Lelst is employed by the Blumer Bros. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gardner are leaving this week to make their home at Winslde, Nebraska, where their son Dave has purchased a drug store. The Tuesday Club met Tuesday afternoon with Ann Wolto. Mrs Edward Hof had a paper on thi subject "The Present Day Emi grant and Immigrant." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlnz and son Gary of Livermore, visited at the parental Wm. Ramus homo Sunday and attended the party at the Lu theran church Sunday night. Lucille and Irene Behnkendorf o Des Moines, were week end visitors at home. Evelyn Pergende was home from Mason City for over Sunday and Marian Thomas was •at home from Ti-tonka. !A daughter was born Friday March 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty at a .Fort Dodge hospital There are now two daughters am three sons in the Marty family. (Florence Godrey, who is employ ed in the newspaper office a Thompson, spent the week-end a home. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Halver son of Thompson were week-em guests at Gail Halversons. Supt. Vernon Stribley took his niece, Mrs. E. T. Stotts to Correc tionville Saturday after she had spent the past week visiting here On his return he was accompaniec 'by his mother, Mrs. L J. Stribley who will visit here Until Thursday The Evangelical Woman's Mis sionary Society met Thursday with Krs. Wm. Marty and Emma Martj assistant hostess. Mrs. E. C. Mar ty was devotions leader and Mrs Albert Hefti lesson leader which was on the subject African Mis sions. J. Arnold (Hjelle had as a week end guest his brother, Lester Hjelle The latter has recently completcc a course in medicine at the Uni versity of Iowa and with his wifi left Monday for Sacramento, Calif., where he will serve his interneshlp They were Sunday dinner guests a the Stribley .home. ,, ' Guests at Lloyd Smiths Saturday were Hans Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Green, of Forest City John Wilhites of Corwith. Smiths iook their son, Dick, to Des Moines Saturday from which place he would return to New York. He is now classified as a first class seaman and will be first class radioman as soon as he Is assigned to ship. Monday was Mrs. H. E. Peitzkes jirfhday, so on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson and son, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. George Ditzel and children, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Syone and sons, Mason City, met at her home for a family dinner. The Syone sons, twins, Dwlght and Keith are leaving this week 'or military service. Another grand- on of Mrs. Peitzkos, James Peitzke if Waterloo, has nearly completed lis basic training at Camp Hood, Texas. •For several years Aid of the Lutheran the Ladies' church has You'll like the effect of this coppery tan with blue, with gray, with green. You'll like the way Heel Hugger oxfords and pumps in this Spring shade smartly dress your feet—and make them supremely comfortable with their non-slip heels. ponsored a party in March for he purpose of honoring the new -lUtheran families that have moved nto the community. Such a party was held in the church parlors Sunday evening with some 275 people in attendance. A program consisting of a group of songs by a girls' chorus, a reading by Junior Hinz, songs 'by the church day 'school -pupHs and a talk by the Rev. L. WHtenburg was given. Visiting and lunch completed the evening program. Harry Ward Is recovering nicely at the Kossuth Hospital following an operation on Sunday. David Hutching, little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hutchlns, is recovering from an attack of influenza, A. E. Krcsensky spent from Sunday until Tuesday In Minneapolis, where he went to buy merchandise. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long of near Algoita 'became the parents of a baby 'boy born Friday at the Kossuth Hospital, Mf. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins have moved from the Bjustrom apartment on Call street to a farm near Wesley, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks will go to West Bend tonight (Thursday) to have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anllker. Mr. and MrsL H. A. Tuttte went :o Fort Dodge Tuesday where Mrs. Tuttle visited friends and Mr. Tuttle attended to business matters. Herman Mauberg and T. H. Chris- chillcg expect to go to Minneapolis Sunday to spend several days buy- ng merchandise for the Chrischllles store. Carole Ann Llndholm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lindholm, 3ame down with the Chicken Pox Tuesday. She has a light case of the disease. Mrs. Oscar Polrot and son, Robert of Park Rapids, Minn., spent Friday in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles. Mrs. Polrot is Mr. Spilles' sister. Mi's, John Burge of Cedar Rapids is visiting Mrs. Katherlne Park, who Is a patient m Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Burge has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shllts. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Griffin and daughter, Kathleen, plan to go to Salem, South Dakota, Saturday for the week-end with Mrs. Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Reddin. Harold Pitch, son of Mrs. P. W. Hanson, has been stationed at Camp Scott at Farragut, Idaho. He was inducted into the service February 22 and was placed In the navy. Dick infers is expected to come from Nevada, Iowa, for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers. Dick manages the meat department of the National Food Store there. Mrs. J. F. Overmyerl returned on Tuesday from Des Moines where she met her daughter, Mrs. Dale Carr, for a two day visit. Mrs. Carr, the former June Adele Overmyer, now lives at Oskaloosa. Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fcnton was a visitor in this office Monday. Sh6 Is the former Georgia Ann Gelgel and She accompanied her husband here on business and to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson and family have moved to Reinbeck, Iowa. Mr. Johnson was a telegrapher at the Northwestern depot and he goes to a similar job at Reinbeck. He was pitcher on the local baseball team last summer. John Lowcnsteln, an Equitable Life Insurance employee, has been transferred to a similar position at Madison, South Dakota. Mr. Lowenstein came here in 1938 and made his home at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's. Since last fall he has been working News of Seneca Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen of Fen- children were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Looft home. Mrs. Ray Osborn attended the Auxiliary meeting at the Tena Jensen home last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hutchinson and children of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Meyer home.' Mrs. J. W. Boelig returned Wednesday evening from Rochester, where she underwent a major operation. Mr. • and Mrs. Martin Henrickson of Ringsted were Sunday afternoon callers at the Oscar Patterson home. The Modern Mixer club met at the Art Paulson home Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Roy Petersen had charge of the entertainment. The Seneca Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, March 18, at the Martin Wilberg home. Mrs. John Johannesen is the assistant hostess. Henry Brathrud of Graettinger was a Wednesday caller at the Sam Oleson home. Mr. Brathrud was recently honorably discharged from the Army. ;, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classen, Donna and Jimmie, also Gerald and Wanda Olson visited Friday evening at the Carrie Larson home at Bmmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson and son, Darlow of Mallard, were week-end guests at the Curtis Olson lome. They also called at the Irvin Classen home. Carl Odin submitted to an ap- >endectomy at the Coleman hospi- .al at Estherville Thursday morn- ng. He is reported as recovering satisfactorily. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod ' and Clarence Osborn and Wayne Wilberg drove to Spencer Monday where Maurice enlisted in the navy. Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius, who has >een housekeeper at the Seneca eacherage the past couple of weeks esigned her position to join her husband, who is in the army. Alyse GJeson, who has been employed at the Emmets County State Bank at Estherville, has been trans- erred to the Ringsted bank. She as^been here the past two week's. -Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oleson ob- erved their 47th wedding annlver- ary. last Tuesday evening. The Calmer Randos and the Curtis Ole- ons dropped in to help them cele- rate the occasion. Sunday dinner guests at the J. :. Jensen home included Student astor David J. Quill, Mrs. Quill, f Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeister and daughter, Jane, and ton. Wm. Gilchrist, 3rd class pharmacist in the navy, stationed at Paris Island, S. C., spent the weekend with his wife at the Oscar Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Patterson and daughter of Klemme also spent the week-end here. The Seneca P.T.A. will be held this Thursday evening at the Seneca school. The topic will be "The Importance of Music To a Child." Gerald Neimeyer will have charge of the topic, part of which will be in form of a round table discussion.! Wayne Wilberg, student at Luther College, Decorah, spent the week end at the parental Martin Wilberg home. Wayne had just recovered from a slight skull fracture received when he slipped and fell on the ice. He was hospitalized for six days. •Roy Homan, Mr. and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family, Mr and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons, attended a family get-together at the Hans Presthus Ijome near .Bancroft on Saturday evening, honoring Harold Presthus who together with Ray Homan leave for army induction at Des Moines Thursday evening. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannesen and Tilda, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Johannesen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Voldieck and Irene and Mr. and Mrs. Hermans and children of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus and daughter and Miss Gloria Baker of Algona. A $50 Lpan Costs Only 1.50 —(for 30 days. Do you need $50$100 - $200 in cash now for taxes, to pay bills to buy feed or livestock or any other worthy purpose? If you do, we will see that you get it. Our service is strictly confidential. Liberal repayment plans. Special plan for farmers. L. 8. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. Good Hope Vicinity News Items Good Hope — Twenty-six young people responded to roll call at the Youth Fellowship meeting held on Sunday evening. Miss Elaine strom conducted devotions and Jas Camp had charge of the song ser^ vice. Mrs. Frances Bramson presented the lesson and led the discussion and Mrs. Marguerite Gardner assisted as chaperone for Ihe group. The recreational hour was concluded with a poWuok lunch with the Misses Letty Sarchet and Shirley. Harvey and Durwood Rutledge and Curtis Gardner supervising the serving, IRev. H, A, Price, a guest at the meeting, , announced next Sunday vents meeting would be held n the Roy Sarchet home with the Letty ad Betty Sarcbet as hostesses. Mrs. price will be in charge. • The Youth Fellowhlp constituency roll at Gpod .Hope now t >ers thirty-four young people s steadily growing. It z«d one month ago. Qrgan- CBUBCK NIGHT TP BE , Hglfl FlfflPAY, MABCfl If Selected, cpnjnUttewnen, 'awi women <?f tlje southeast corner of the Hope parish, headed by Mrs. hefe. will 1 have ' pharge of &rr«ni¥ement and, super, epflperwvs <Wnner ajt Wtejjit* »t 6004 Hope r ftajl, f-rjday al I'M aSS Roy rise MRS. McARTHUR HOSTESS TO GOOD HOPE \V«.C.S. Planning for "Church Night" and other activities of Good Kope church featured the regular monthly meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service held last Wednesday afternoon in the home nf Mrs, Luella McArthur. Mrs. D. C. Gardner, as devotional leader, conducted a very interesting bible resume covering the Book of John. Mesdames E. JDittmer, W. Weisbrod and Mrs. Ida Reid lead the panel discussion. Mrs.' James Knoll presided at the meeting, which closed with a tray lunch served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Haael Teeter and Mr, Lilly Broderson. (Mrs, Ida Reid entertained Mrs- Francis Bramson and son, Davjd at dinner Sunejay. Mrs. A- B, Stears of Sheriwn, Minn, visited, last Thursday and FrWay in the home of her brother and sister-Jn-law, Mr. and, Mrs, Roy Sarchet, ' Mr. and Mrs. WTO,. I, Dod,ds an4 family and, Melvin Alt were dinner guests Sunday l,n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely, near lgona. »frs. «dw. H«k$iart« returned, Saturday fron* West Gafe, Iowa, where fhe ha4 'been the guest for several tfoya fa (he hojne of her > and staterrln-la.^ *fr. and 401014 j DEHYD3AY "The Dehydrated Flat Wall Paint" SAVES PAINTI TIME- MONEY-? BOTHER FOR YOU Mr, and Mrs. Cheater Alme en- Comes (n Handy Carton Completely Dehydrated JUST MIX WITH WATER 5 Ibs. makes £ I gal. liquid * paint.,, only ONE COAT COVERS EVEN WALLPAPER! Botsford's Lumber Co. out of Spencer. Mrs. Frank Stmtton haa received word that her husband has been promoted from Private First Class to Corporal In the marines. He is stationed at Patuxent River, Md. Mrs, Stratton is the former Rita Will and she is employed at Dr. Sawyer's office. David Strickler, the six-month*old Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strlckler, is Improving nicely after a mastold operation performed two weeks ago. He had pneumona before the ear trouble set in. Avis, the Strickler daughter, has been 111 with gland trtmble. Mrs. Bruce Miller of Hlllsbor-. ough, Iowa, is spending a couple of weeks with her son ajid wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller. Mrs. Donald Miller recently returned to her home" from the hospital with her new daughter, Patricia Ann. They have one other child a son, Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs re- ently sold their house on east College street to Mrs. Edna Harr and lave moved to the Georgia Rawaon louse on W. McGregor street. Mrs. Harr took possession about March 1. The "Rawson house formerly bu- !onged to Mrs. Dearch's mother, Mrs. E. J. Rawson. Mrs. A. E. Michel left Thursday for Des Moines where she will at- iend a state meeting of historians for the United Service Women. She represents the local unit. The club is working on complete histories for each man going into the service In World War n. The state meeting is to assist the historians in compiling these records. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, Betty Jane LaBarre, Mrs D. P. Smith, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, Mrs. W. G. McCullough and Ella Lewis went to Des Moines Wednesday where they attended the state D. A. R. convention. Miss Lewis is the delegate from' the local chapter and Betty Jane has been elected a page for the conference. Mrs. Paul Hamlll and son, Robbie, have joined Mr. Hamill at Sioux City where they will make their home. Mr. Hamill came for them last week-end. Mrs. Hamill has 'been living at the home of her father, F. C. Zender, until living quarters could be fousd in Sioux City, where her husband is employed as a jeweler. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and Arthur Wiese drove to Ames Wednesday evening where Merle and Art took a'train for New York City, where they will iboth attend an electrical course at the Edison Manufacturing Co., for the navy. They are both petty officers, third class. Mrs. Pratt plans to remain in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bflundage and their daughter, Maxlne, a student at Iowa State College at Ames spent Sunday in Waterloo where they attended the Wedding of Mr. Brundage's niece, Bernita Brundage to Sidney Wert. The wedding took place at 4:30 in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brundage returned to Algona Sunday evening and Maxine went, back to Ames. Mrs. Fred Ryther returned Tucf»r day from Spencer where she was called on Sunday to help care for Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Gutknecht, both of whom are III. Mrs. Gutknecht has been confined to wheel chair following a stroke about a year ago, and Mr. Gutknecht is sick In bed. They were able to get help before Mrs. Ryther left. Mr. and Mrs. Gutknecht ran the south side cafe here for a number of years. Mrp. John Bierl is enjoying a visit from several of her children for the first time In over a year. Her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Fee of San Frasclsco, Calif., arrived Tuesday evening for a visit. Mr. Fee is in the army. Another daughter, Mrs- Eleanor Hape of Pittsburg, has been here since February 1. Mrs. Ben Dwenger of Clear Lake, Minn., is visiting here this week. She I-S another daughter. Two other daughters and one son live here. They are Mrs. Lou Garman, Mrs. Art Ristau and Magnus Rahm. Mr. and Mjrta. Henry Stebrltz have received three records made by their son, Bob, who is in the army nlngside, South CaroflniV;! foUr-rnentft'a; ffttlHW' ing. He ftaa-taetrft afj racks, Missouri. Othef AlgbM whom he jftentloned' as belKf „ Jefferson Baffacka afe Art L«jrvdW t son of Swan Lflndli, Wayne son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllbtlf' ler, arid Eton Clapsaddle, son of and Mrs. Horace Clftptfftddle, Way*l& Zelglef is being sent to Crelghtott University at Omaha. Mr. and Mr*. Horace CtapwUidle have received word from their aoty Don, that he is being sent to the University 'of Missouri at Colum* bia for a four-month ground "school course before starting his flight training In the army air force. Dort writes that another Algona boy, Art Lundh, son of SWah Lundh is also being sent to Columbia. Thft boys will also receive ten hours of their flight training at this school, the requirement being that they solo before going on to more train* ing. They have been at Jefferson Barracks since enlisting. New Spring Beauties THUKS. - FRIDAY - SATURDAY March 11-12-13 Second Feature Also Serial "King of the Mounties SUN. - MON. - TUBS. March H-15-16-17 FASHION STARS kr«*n Pray, Griffin Joy • Htn'ry Sueh»r Ordinal Slory, Nfl! P. Votnlek DUftlfd fey Harold YOUNG AMpdWj r«xi»w, (» tNM A UNIVERSAL PICTURf "^KUIHI UMOOI? retejie4 from a very succesgfuj market trjp^-^nd hay* * nfce selection of different tsbrtea and $M.» I1J $34.60 $1,98 n> $4,96 •

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