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The Algona Upper Dos Koines, AlgoftA, Iowa, March 18,1943 LUVERNE SAILOR MEETS CLASSMATE IN FLORIDA CAMP Yedman 2nd Class Deftae Llchty, who Is stationed at the Great Lakes 'Training Station near Chicago, recently Went dn a government mis- 8l6n that toolt him to Miami and "Key West, Fla. H« was gone from March 8 to 13 and spent a couple •6t days with anflther Luverne young man, (Robert Blglngs and 'Mrs. Blglngs at Jacksonville, where '"Bob" is an A.M.M. 3rd class petty officer. The boys were classmates In school and enjoyed the visit. 'Harry Llchtys also heard the first of the week that their older sow, 'Harold, had been promoted and Is :now nrecontrolman 3rd class. Mrs. Earl Leederham, who lives 'In California, is visiting Luverne relatives. Robert Kruse, who attends Iowa State College at Ames, spent the "iveek end at home. Mrs. Wm. Biglngs spent Saturday With her mother, Mrs. George Stoddard, at Renwick. Mrs. R, E. Lawrence enjoyed a 'visit from her brother, Jesse Mantle of Seguin, Wash., last week. . Mrs. A. D. Burtls spent several days last week at Webster City with her sister, Anna Jutte. Mrs. Henry Marty and baby daughter, Marie Kay, returned from a Fort Dodge hospital Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. George Brownlewee of Clarion spent Friday and Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. A. A. Schipull and family. Mrs. E. R. Bond visited her mother and brother in Des Molnes over the week-end. The brother Is "/ know I can depend on StL's WORK SHOES A I*- ' - * J * tll> C * ' -i ' i to give me the mott for my precious Stamp 17 TrM/V* Alwayt Gtvm M» Lone irVfoi' flMtf Comfort of S«*4/»/TWfty We«" S&L'i Fines! QualHy GOODYEAR WELT No. 738 COI </ fof* No. 739 barter tab 3 98 Extra qualify full.groin reton leather up- pen.. . . grain leather Iiuol* .. . lined vamp ,.. leather middle »ole .. .riveted iteel thank. • Super Value! Full GRAIN RETAN No, 720 cordial* No. 721 A irurdy iho* for all work, Fine leather Intel* and middle «ole. Cholct «f leather or cord «ol* and he*L fcrtrp {My fw- work pnrf w/WP/l BOY'S SHOES Na583 ^^00 No, $84 Strong 99k I"*" 9V»wle» tM (snlflkt ty leather njddle and <w>lej, fin Mm. ' ' ' WAIL ORDERS S * I, CO: leaving: tot military service thin «reek. '• , -.-••• •..-.- ,Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meer, Hoi- stein 1 , visited friends and relatives here last week, The doctor Is recuperating from a gall stone operation. The Luverne basketball teams played the last home game of the season Friday night with the Renwick teams. The local girls wbn their game with the score 47-7 and the boys lost 21-32. iRalph Dimler had a Week's leave of absence from his work at the Ankeny defense plant after hearing of the report of his son, Gordon, being "missing In action" In North Africa, and spent the time with his family here. Mrs. Peter Thompson entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson and children and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, Luverne. Reports from the Luverne boys who recently entered military ser- viceishow that Paul Will Is at Fort Lewis, Wash., Kenneth Marty and Arlle Goetsch are at Camp McClain, Miss. • and Merlin Baker Is located at Camp Roberts, CaHf. Mrs. C. O. McClellan went to New Virginia Friday to attend the funeral of a former Luverne resident, Jim Williams. Mr. WllHams lived in Luverne some .thirty-five years ago and was a blacksmith. He died following a stroke of paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mason of Algona and Mr. and Mrs 1 '. J. A. Zwei- fels and children, Cecil and Beverly of Corwlth, were Sunday dinner guests at Lottie and Jennie; Masons. Other relatives were at the Mason •home for an evening dinner honor- Ing the Ray Masons, who are leav- ing.this week to. make .their .home In California. There were twenty at this dinner. The largest attendance' at the Observance of the World Day of Prayer was' seen at the meeting Friday afternoon at the Evangelical church. Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. Lewis Merkle, Mrs. A. W. Dimler, Mrs. Irvln Chapman and Mrs. Walter Hefti were leaders of the various parts of the program and Mrs. Albert Heft! and Florence Hof sang several numbers and a large number of women took part. Mrs. Ray Stone was accompanist. On Sunday evening a union youth service was held in which the young people of the Methodist, Presbterian and Evangelical denominations took part. This was held at the Methodist church. Hard Winter The winter has dealt extremely harsh with the fish in Robins Lake at Cedar Rapids. Fish have been killed 'by the thousand this winter, possibly caused by smothering due to over-population, Chas.'Jl Kosek, Cedar Rapids parks commissioner, reported. UNION GOES OVER THE TOP IN RED CROSS WAR DRIVE Urlon township went over the top in a big way In the Red Cross War Fund drive which was completed last Saturday When $380.96 was collected In less than/ ten days' time, this being $105.95 over the quota of $276. Mrs. 'Louis Bode was the drive chairman. Assisting workets Were Joe fticker, Floyd Gardner, Melvin Alt, Fred Will, Sylvester Amdorfer, Ervln Turner, Erma Harvey and Henry Tjaden. The group met with 100 percent cooperation and many donors gave $10 and several $6 decoattons. Surely patriotism Is not wanting in Union township. ALETHEAN 4491 CLUB GIRLS MET WITH CIAR1CE CAMPNEY ,The 'Alethean 4-H Club girls were entertained at the home of Clarice Campney last Saturday afternoon, wtth President Betty Sarohet presiding. Roll call, Proper Working Clothes, was answered by Mar- jorle Campney, Benita Reid, Mrs. Opal Campney. Mrs. Glen Jenktn- sori, Betty Sarchet ard Shirley Harvey. Betty Sarchet took an outline sketch of each member's feet and explained the defects, If any. Mrs. Jcnklrrson gave the girls record books and several useful pamphlets. Games followed and the meeting adjourned and lunch Was served. The next meeting will be the second Saturday In April, the place to be announced later. 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer and Mrs. Phil 'Roethler and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Sylvester Arndorfer home. Fred Davis has been ill with a "strep" throat infection and Madonna Gish, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gish, 'has had the measles. Mr. and Mrs. John Etherlngton and daughter, of Vincent, near Eagle Grove, were visitors recently at the Wm. Etherington home. John is recuperating from a recent appendectomy. Mrs. (Louisa McNutt was the recipient of many birthday cards and personal greetings from friends on her ibirthday, March 17, St. Patrick's day. She was 85 years old A son, George sent his mother a floral gift. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin, who have been visiting at the Walter, Heerdt home, left the first of the week to visit a son and family at Manchester, Iowa, but will return this way on their return journey, They visited Mr. Bolin's sister, Mrs M. M. Lawmiller and husband, at Luverne last week. Earl Miller's brother, William, of Boone is here for a short visit. WE WANT TO BE GOOD, NEIGHBORS AND SHARE OUR PARTY TELEPHONE LINE A GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY for party- line telephone users is to be considerate of others on the line in number of calls and length of conversations; to hang up carefully if the line is in use and to replace the receiver after each call. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY To Walk »n I To Work In! To live In.I S * L CO. diet le IP, Wldlhi>AA le and JfW. 'Phi( Sheridan and family have moved, in with, ,Mr, folks, Mr, and, Mr|. JJjn Mra t Frwife Foth we» guoday-'evenlng <M; !* ^felij?.i^.£fii%J l^S^^i^ 1 ^ 1 - ^ MM. J. W. Sullivan Is feeling much Improved after a two or three days Illness the first of the week. Misn Grace Marie Ryan rff Mason City spent the week-end in Algona as the guest of Mrs. Gusta Patterson. Ralph Elbert spent the week-end irt Algona with his wife and twin sons. He is employed in an Omaha bomber plant. Boyd Granzow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, is having the "three day" measles. He is a senior in high school. Ferman Lalng,. Jr., who was recently Inducted into the army, has been Sent to Camp McCain, Mississippi, near Memphis, Tenit. Scott Nolan spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Madrid, Iowa, where he visited his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swlscher. Beverly Kinney, daughter of Mrs. Chris Reese, is ill at her home here with the measles. Beverly attends the local high school. Mrs. Josephine Southgate has been ill since last Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Herbst, where she is making her home. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nolan are enjoying a visit from their son, Wayne, who has 'been working fit the Martin Bomber factory at Omaha. Miss Carrie Wemerfc received numerous bruises Wednesday morning when she fell down stairs at her home. No bones were broken however. , Pvt. Russell Jenson writes that he has been transferred from Camp Wolters, Texas, to Camp Van Dorn, Miss. He also writes that he enjoys his copy of this paper. Mrs. Mary White fell on the Ice on the steps of her home Saturday morning. Although no bones were broken, she was badly bruised. Hor niece, Miss Genevieve Cosgrove, Is caring for her. Justice Jack Johnston Is proudly displaying a picture of his great- grandchild, which he received ro- cently. Jack has fifteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Must be getting awfully old, Jack. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles, T. H. Chrischilles and 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg returned on Tuesday evening from Minneapolis where the men went on a business mission and the ladies visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannson of Waverly, accompanied by another couple, arrived Wednesday evening for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. They came to enjoy the pheasant hunting, hunting. R. B. Waller spent the .week-end in Algona with his^wttelarid/datgb- ter. He had ' just' returned '£6'Ills duties at the naval station in Des Moines following the illness and death of his father, B. R. Waller, n St. Paul. Mrs. E. H. Gremer of Fort Dodge Is spending this week in Algona with Mr. and .Mrs. Vern Lovely. Mrs. Gremer is Mrs. Lovely's, mother and she is here to make the acquaintance of her new granddaugh ter, Carole Ann Lovely. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kenefick and three sons went to Eagle Grove on Sunday to visit Dr. Keneflck's mother, Mrs. Thomas Kenefick SEXTON NEWS Delene McGregor is one of the first victims of chicken pox in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders am children of Britt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Brusilla Noble. i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Namer of Mallard. The birthday of Mrs. Mimbach was celebrated. Mrs. John Baser of Cylinder, who has been in poor health, returned home with them, Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters visited with Mrs. D. Voss of Luverne on Sunday. Mrs. Voss has been suffering from a wrenched back the' past week, which she received, on Moi\day. She was entering her back porch and a strong wind blew a door against her. Mrs. Voss is a grandmother of Mrs. Herman Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahrirrg and family, who recently moved to a farm near St. Benedict, were pleasantly surprised on Friday evening when members of the Sexton Church Builders class 'came to spend the evening with them. Several games were played with a social. Lunch was served by their friends. BANCROFT NEWS Sam Beitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Beitz, underwent an appendix operation at Algona Thursday. JB 1 . H, MesoheF was reelected as director and A, A. Proessjer was named treasuer of the Bancroft Independent School district Monday, Sunday dinner guests at the Aus* ;pn Pearson home were Rev. and Vftrs. $!, K. Nelson and son of Air fona and Miss Ann Nelson of Kansas, 'Berdyne Hunt,'employed at the elephone office in Algona, spent the week-end here with her par* ents, Mf- and Mfs. f. R. Hunt, Screal De Geeter. underwent «ft ,jpend.ix operation Monday ny ing at the Ko?9Uth hospital in Milton Dahl and Kenneth Knudy sen went to Des Moines on Tuesday on busiess missions. Mrs. John Giseh of the Union neighborhood is a medical patient at the Kossuth hospital. W. Brail Wright, manager of the Graham store, is in St. Louis this week buying merchandise. Mrs. Hugh Raney spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Sherwood iP.otter, and family at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal went to Rochester, Minn., Friday where Bert is undergoing a check-up and medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish of Iowa Falls spent the week-end in Algona with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beamish. Rev. J. C. Buthman went to Sioux City Saturday for a conference with Bishop McGee and the three other district superintendents of the Methodist church in Iowa. Mrs. W. A. Foster left Wednesday evening for Eagle Grove to spend the remainder of the Week, with her daughter 'and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. Dr. Earl Relners and Harry Raney of West Union were here the first of the week for the pheasant hunting and to visit the lat- ters* mother, Mrs. Cora Raney. Mr. and Mr* K. G. Bad and daughter, Virginia, of Charles City spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Mrs. Ball is the former Bernice Hargreaves. Jean Nlelson Gross Went to Iowa City Wednesday to take her physical examination for entrance into nurses' training. She has been employed in the Dr. Schaap dental office. Ruth Turner, who is employed In the state house in Des Moines, is spending this week^wlth her mother, Mrs. Wm. Turner. Ruth recently recovered from an attack of the measles. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson and children spent the week-end in Spencer with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stokely, who are Mrs. Hutchinson's parents. Mr. Hutchinson is a highway patrolman. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer of Holstein are spending this week in Algona with Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Dr. Meyer recently underwent an operation and he is visiting here while recuperating. Sharon Ann Crllly of Newel, Iowa is visitirg her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crllly this week. She is the daughter of Mr. Grilles brother. Her parents plan to come to Algona Sunday to take her back to her home. Word has been received from "Richard, Halpin,; who was recently inducted into, the army, that no has been stationed at Camp Beale Calif. This camp is northeast o Sacramento. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Halpin. Mrs. John Lalng is expectei home today from Grand Island :Nebr., where she has spent the pas six weeks with her sister, Mrs. B M. (Hall, and friends. She has beor away since the fire at the Lain; and Sam Smith borne. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hardy ant two children spent the week-em in Minneapolis. Mr. Hardy is i salesman out of a Minneapolii electrical wholesale house and the): former 'home is there. They return ed to Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey spen the week-end at Cedar Rapids where their son, Bob is attending a meteorology school in the arm; there. They were accompanied by Wayne Bjus'trom and Bob Inskeep who visited friends at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown anc Alma Schultz will attend township meetings in Union Township on Thursday evening and In Plum Creek Township (Friday evening Mr. Brown is the Farm Bureau agent and Miss Schultz is the county Home Economist. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Patrick FrankI, farmers near Irvington, became the parents of a son born on St. Patrick's Day at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed six Ibs and twelve ounces and has been rained Patrick Gerald. Mrs. Frank is the former Rita Kunkel. Mr. and Mrs. Menvin Foote left Monday morning for Norfolk, Va. after six weeks in Algona with Mr and Mrs. 'Frank Sbilts. Mrs. Foote is Mrs. Shilts' daughter. Mr. Foote is employed in a war plant at Norfolk. Mrs. Shilts, who has been if this winter, is feeling better. Iiowell Samp leaves today for Memphis, Term., where he wi! study aviation radio in the navy school there. He has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson since the first of last week following his graduation from the navy radio school at Oxford, Ohio. Mrs, Kiathryn Park has l>een removed from Kossuth hospital here to a hospital at Rochester, Minn. She has been suffering from the effects of a strep throat and her condition remains about the same but it was thought special treatment could be secured at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt went to Mason City and Iowa Falls on* Tuesday on business missions. On the return trip they called on. Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Pratt of Hampton. The two Pratt families have been Friends for over twenty years since lived across the street from each other near West Union. There Is no family relation. Mr, wnd Mrs. Richard Fouti of Chnaha and Mrs. Ralph Meidtfke of The elder Mrs. Kenefick has been ill for the past two of three weeks with heart trouble, but she is now much Improved. > Vcrabel Ulfers and Phyllis Parsons plan to leave Friday evening for Nevada and Des Mofoies respectively. Ph'ylHs Wilt visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hahn. Verabel will visit her brother, Dick Ulfers lit Nevada and join Phyllis in Des Moines on Sunday. They plan to return Tuesday evening. Mrs. L. D. Preston and two children, Bruce and Barbara Jean, went to Winterset Wednesday to spend the remainder of the weeit with relatives and friends. They formerly lived at Winterset, but moved to Algona about two months ago. Mr. Preston is the accountant for the local Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin received a telephone call Sunday morning from their son, Clyde, and their grandson,' Billy, who is three and one-half years old. The occasion was Mr. Martin's birthday. The call came from Morrroevilie, New Jersey, where the Clyde Martins were visiting. Their home is in Philadelphia. Phyllis Vaudt, Whlttemore, a freshman business student at Waldorf College at 'Forest City, returned recently from a concert tour with the college acapella choir when they appeared in the Lutheran churches of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The concert was broadcast from radio station WCAL on Sunday, March 7. The choir has fifty-eight members and they travel by train. Mrs. J. J. Wadlelgh ig expected to arrive in Algona the latter part of the week after spending two weeks in Spokane, Wash., where she was called toy the death of her brother, Heleniak, who died suddenly. During her absence, Mr. Wadleigh moved to their farm near Luverne. It is their custom each year to spend the winter in Algon.a and moVe to their farm about' March 15. They' spent this winter in the Oail.Towfte house. Ret. and MA. J. C. Buthman and Dr. N. A. Prke went to SHti <Mt Tuesday 6f last week where they attended the funeral of the Rev. J. W. Petersoft, a Methodist minister. Rett Buthman officiated. On Friday the same group went to Cherokee where they attended and Rev. Buthman officiated at the funeral of another Methodist minister, the Rev. O. P. Mueller, who for the past three month has been the supply preacher at the Ledyard arid Uktttft dhflr dehly fblfowlKf <A* tt«n*l & c. Keity «f aaaW.ni-,. laid up with & brefceft hip but i does ftot keep him IrMf dSAdttT his real estate business LAslU he concluded'two tofrorfanl ^ deals. Mr. Kelly has beett tit* to transact his business at the office for three months due te ttiS Injury. - V THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—MARCH 18-1»-20 See Uncle Sam Blast Our Secret Enemies SECRET BNEMIHS \w* — 2nd Feature — Buster Crabbe in "BILLY THE KID ROUNDUP" Also Serial - "KING OF THE MOUNTIES" SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNES.—MARCH 21-24 MURDER IN A BLACKOUT! - 2nd Feature Gene Autry - Smiley Burnett* —in— "BOOTS & SADDLES" —Added Attractions— 'Spirit of '48" Walt Disney's Donald Duck Nebr., spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs, H. 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