The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1943 · Page 4
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ACORN CLUB AT LAKOTA PUTS ON COMMUNITY (Lakota—The Community enter talnrnent, sponsored by the Aoort Club, which was held Friday night at the town hall was a real success with about 200 adults and children present to enjoy the evening. Mesdames W. D. Ley, Harry Muss*man B. G. Saucr, John Smith and Delia Smith of the club, assisted by people from twenty-five or more families, planned and carried out the affair. The Rev. E. G. Sauer announced the following program: Bong, 'V3tar Spangled Banner," audience; "Salute to the Flag" led by Boy Scout Don Wortman; vocal nolo, "Keep the Home Fires Burning, 1 ; Jerry Ukena, with the audience joining in the chorus; two Songs, "There's A Long, 'Long Trail A Winding," and "God Bless America," sung by the audience; monologue, "Dad's Birthday Gifts" by Lamont Jansen; a group of three songs by the Barber Shop quartette composed of Mrs. W. D. Ley, Mrs. Larry Stafford, AHce Olson and June Skeels, all of whom were costumed to resemble a group of handsome gentlemen; reading, "The Flag Goes By" by Janette Anderson; a pantomine, "America," with Mrs. Ida Smith, Billy Beemer and Marlene Kienitz as actors and June Skeels at the piano and Fauchm Heetland singing "America"; a short talk by Mrs. Harry Mussmnn. At the close of the program Mrs. Darnauer had charge of games for the adults and Mrs. Harry Mussman entertained the children in the council room. The entertainment closed with the Victory march. Free cookies were served to the children and adults paid lOc for cookies and coffee, the money being used to defray expenses. A unanimous vote was given for another community night soon with another group from the club in charge. FARM BUREAU WOMEN HELD MEETING FRIDAY Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop assisted toy Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop and Mrs. Jake Telcamp were hostesses to the Farm Bureau Women Friday afternoon. Contributions were made to the Red Cross and the Sister Konney fund and other business cared for as this was the first regular meeting of the year. Talks and discussions of garden problems and victory gardens furnished the program. The April meeting Will be held with Mrs. Steve Pow- (srs. Mrs. Andrew Anderson was a visi- |or at Elmore, Minn., Thursday. Albert Wirtjes, an east of town farmer, is seriously i-11 with pneu- tnonia. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son Donald were Burt visitors last CAfflTf ftAITJVFA week Sunday. MJU1U 1/AMJIA Mrs. H. D. Murray and daughter, Kdy were Staffalo Center visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. O. Peterson arid daughter (Lois and Mrs. Rachel Kienitz and Sidney and Betty were at Algorta Friday. Donald Kienitz went to Iowa City last week Tuesday morning where he took a physical check-up at the University hospital. Carl Johnson, who Is employed in the Thaves locker plant, Is suffering with a badly infected thumb and is under the doctor's care. Mrs. Rachel Kienitz spent Thurs- ._ „ _, _ day with Mr. and Mrs. Herman, bit of work himself as the boys Ziegler at Elmore. The Zleglers have left for the armed forces. He are cousins of the late Herbert stated that he planned to go to RANCHER VMS SEXTON FRIENDS Sexton—John WalkOn of Box El der, S. D., a. former neighbor o Mrs. Sarah Wise, was a Visitor a her home on Saturday. He ha< shipped a carload of cattle to Chi cago and was driving a car bad to his home. Mr. Walkon has a large cattle ranch near Rapid'City S. »., but Is finding it difficult to secure cattle. He Is doing quite a Kienitz. J. H .Warburton, who has been ill the past two Weeks, is recovering and able to-be out of doors again. Maynard Koppen and John Nelson have been doing the farm work, (Ernest, small son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baumann, broke his left arm last week when he fell after slipping on some ice as he tot off the school bus at the school liouse. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena took :heir son, Paul, to Des Moines on Thursday where he entered the service. Paul's sister, Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Worthman accompanied them to Des Motoies. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburtbn and daughter, Ruth took Mrs. Mar- ;aret to Des Moines Sunday where she will be matron in the Des rtoines Childrens' Home. They re- .urned that evening. Jake Elman who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Bena Peterson west of town, suffered a broken right arm Sunday, March 13th when a lorse pushed him against the wall n a stall. 'He is recovering very slowly. Mrs. Larry Stafford left Saturday morning from Algona for Ga- ena, HI., .to meet her husband, who graduated from the Chemical Edge- vood Arsenal in Maryland with a rating as 2nd Lieutenant and then as given a few days furlough to isit his parents at Galena and Mrs. Stafford met him there Sunday. Mrs. Helen Christ Nelson is teach- ng this week for Mrs. Stafford. Texas to see how the cattle situation was there as he needed ^.them for his pastures. Help Is scarce sc hay will not be cut this year. Good and Mrs. Steven, on Sunday. Guests also lived "near Luvefne at one time. ^alph Reimers In Cossuth Hospital With Skull Fracture Ralph Reimers of Swea City re- eived a skull fracture and cuts iround one knee Tuesday night vhile driving near Swea City. His ar was going east when two of the wheels went off on the shoulder ind in righting, the car whipped iround, headed west, and became trapped around a tree. Mr. Reim- irs is a patient at the Kossuth hos- iltal, Where his condition is con- tidered good. Tins ENEMY'S forced you to rationing. Now he'd make your engine the victim of vicious acid. The mere stopping of your engine always leaves it stuffed with vile fumoa and dilute acids — the ever-present products of combustion. And there they stay. Formerly these sources of corrosion were kept mostly cleared out, because you drove frequently and fast. But now in saving coupons and tires you may not soon use your car again, and you don't make those long speedy runs that maintained normal engine heat a good while, to help drive acids off. That's why harmful leftovers in the cylinders nowadays are serious. But you can combat their dirty work by keeping your engine internally OIL-PLATED How? Just change to Conoco N^» motor oil this Spring. It's made under U. S. Patent No. 1,944,941, covering an added modern synthetic in Conoco N">, vhose proved purpose is to give inner engine parta their preservative layer of OIL-PLATING. And like the more familiar platings that arrest the attacks of mere •water, this OIL-PLATING powerfully tends 'to arrest acid action . . . inner corrosion of precious parts that often can't be promptly replaced today. Yet you pay only an everyday price for Conoco NM». Change for Spring at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Continental Oil Company OIL-PLATES YOUR ENCINE HARVEY STEVEN'S BRIDE SEES HER FIRST SNOW (Ensign Wilbur and Mrs. Steven arrived Friday from Jacksonville, Florida, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Harvey Steven. The Stevens were recently married and it Is the Mrs. Stevens first experience of seeing snow. They were afraid- the snow would be gone when he applied for his furlough. However, they were fully Initiated with a March snowstorm and near zero weather when they drove thru Iowa. CONOCO MOTOR OIL Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., of Luverne were Sunday evening callers at the Herman Wise home. Mrs. Dennis Goeders and Mrs. Mary E. Miller were Sunday after noon callers at the home of Mrs. Richard Miller. Miss Myrtle Waters and a nephew of Estherville were week-end visitors at the Sim Bemis home. The birthday of Miss Mary Kay Bemis was celebrated. The Sexton Women's Society of Christian Service received a "thank you" letter for a Xmas box sent to Pvt. Howard Lawman, stationed somewhere in North' Africa. He likes the African climate better in comparison to England but yearns to be back in Iowa again. Word has been received by Mrs. Herman Wise that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devitt of Algona are enjoying the warm Florida weather, while Iowa had plenty of cold weather. They were enjoying radishes and lettuce from their garden. Roses were blooming. The temperature was 85 degrees above when she wrote her letter. Mrs. Devitt has continued her Red Cross work and is devoting many afternoons at the Red Cross unit at St. loud, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson entertained the following guests at a Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson and son of Bristow, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wyland of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and son, Craig of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Koestler and. children of Burt, Vera Carlson of Riverside, Calif., who is awaiting call to join the WWACs and Ed Fitch of Sexton. Mrs. Koestler has three sons in service and her fourth son, Virgil Carlson, is awaiting his call to go,^ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained with a family dinner in donor of their son, Ensign Wilbur and Mrs. Steven, on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and children of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin and Grandpa Hod_in of Greenfield, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sleven of Sexton. Wilbur will have a week's visit with relatives and friends before he is assigned to new work in the naval air forces. NOTICE The annual meeting of the members of the Algona Cemetery Association will be held on Monday, April 5, 1943, at 4:00 p.m. at the secretary's office. A report of the past year's transactions will be read and such business will be taken care of as properly comes before this meeting-. D. D, PAXSON, 12 Sec"y.-Treas. NOTICE The Union Township Board of Review will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 m. on Mtfnday, April 5, at the District No. 5 School. 12* Mr. and Mrs. R, O. Sjustrom of Algona have announced the engagement of their daughter, Dorthea, to Aviation Cadet 'Frank C. Moulton, Jr. of Corpus Christ!, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Moulton of Mitqhell, S. D. Dorthea recently completed her college course at Dakota Wesleyan at Mitchell with a major in Home Economics Education. The commencement exercises for the mid-year class will be held with the regular class in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley have announced the engagement of their daughter, Rita of Des Moines to ^rivate Harlan F. Miller of Fort <nox, Ky., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Milford, Iowa. No date has een set for the wedding. This is the former Rozella Smith of Lons: Beach, Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. <P. Smith of AlgonaT !he is the bride of Pvt. Raymond 3. Harr, son of Mrs. Edna Harr of Alsona. The wedding took place March 7th at Las Vegas, Nevada. Sirs. Jennie Wagner Juried at Buffalo "enter Sunday Lakota—iFuneral services were held at the Reformed church In Juffalo Center Sunday afternoon or Mrs. Jennie Wagner, widow of he late Henry Wagner who passed away several years ago. Mrs. Wagner, who was 77 years of age, was a sister of Ubbe Dreesman and an aunt of Mrs. A. C. Schissel of Dakota. Mrs. Wagner cared for vlrs. Schissel from the time she vas three years old. Among those from Lakota who attended the uneral were Ubbe Dreesman, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel, Mrs. Bena Peterson and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peterson, Mr. ana Mrs. W, E. Ley, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball and I. E Wortman. Fri.-Sat. - March 20-27 Gen. Draja Mnhallovitch Chetnik Leader LIVE! LUVt! HUH I! with the guerrilla heroes! PHILIP DORN ANNA STEN Saturday - Fun for the Wed.-Thurs. - Mar. 81-Apr. 1 Paris fights back! France in "revolt! THRILU JOHN WAYNE PHIUPDORN REUNION D, FRANCE REGINALD OWEN • 418ERT BASSEIMANN JOHN CARMPINt • ANN AYAHS J. UWARQ 8RQNKM S cram Play by JeaUUtg, Marvin tanwifcy t Man CwMtly. Dlracttd by WU» PAStW rre*K*d by tQttfH ». MANKI» W« W6men's A Joint meeting of the "Westminister Guild, the Ladles' Aid and the Missionary Society of the PftM* byterlan chiirch was held'Monday evening In the church basement. The final organization and plans for the new Women's Council of the church were perfected. The council will permit the combined action of the church groups Into one So- ciety'Including missionary Interest, congregational work and social welfare. Drawings were held, for four circles of workers with twenty-five ladles In each circle with the Westminister Guild Business Women's Society composing the fifth circle. Drawings also were held for the months of service for each circle. Election of officers was held resulting as follows: President,-Mrs. J. G. McDowell; 1st vice president and membership seqretary, Mrs 1 . C. B. Murtagh; 2nd vice price president and program secretary, Mrs H. L. Woodward; 3rd vice president and service committee secwj- tary, Mrs. Del Clopton; secretary, Mrs. Andrew Hanson; treasurer, Mrs. Rudy Guderian; secretary of the literature Frank Geigle; mittee, Mrs. committee, Mrs. education cbm- George Conklln; social life and stewardship committee, Mrs. C. C. Richardson; social education and action, Jessie Smith The officers will serve for a term of two years. The officers were Installed at an Impressive candlelight ceremony conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. C..Richardson. * Soroyity Elects Officer's— The regular meeting of Alpha Psl chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was. held Tuesday evening : at the home of Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. Mrs. Don- Grant News The W. S. C. S. met at the Mrs. Mable Mino home Wednesday. Private Leslie Mino of Camp Butner, N. C., recently was promoted to M._P. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Speicher of Tairmont visited Sunday at the jeonard Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn ,nd family of near Blue Earth were Sunday visitors and supper guests at the David Farrow home, the occasion being the celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Hagedorn, Ronald 'Hagedorn and David Farrow, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow and amily and Mr. and Mrs; Wilbur 'arrow and Louise were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Sarah Trena'ry home 'near Ledyard. Af- ernoon visitors were Mrs. Wm. 'ustard and family of Buffalo 'enter. • ..... , Staff Sgt. Thomas R. Barber has been promoted to First Sgt.,.it was announced by his commanding officer, Lt. Col. S. W. French. First Sgt. Barber te in the Armored Medical Battalion. He is a son of "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barb'er of West Bend. aid MIHetS vice president, fcfesldf In the absence tit the> pwsstdef!'. Mrs. Kehneth Knttdsert. Plan* f6f .the Spring ruShlnf season were 6Ut- l|ne<J by the membership dialrman, MM. Donald Miller, The gfttu voted-to sponsor the Oleyokwa campflre girls for another year. Election,efeffleifs for the comtrig yeat resulted as follows: PresU dent, Mrs. Harian Steabee; vice president, Verabel Wlfers] corre- spondfng secretary, Jean ~Kinsey; recording secretary, Mrs. Bob Williams,; treasurer, 'Phyllis Parser's. The program consisted. 6f the last meeting of (Phyllis Parson's Club Listing project. Tile cast was selected .for a. one act play which 1s the project fn chartce of Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. -• , Birthday and Farewell Mr. and Mrs. tt, O. BjUstrom entertained a group of relatives and friends at.a combination farewell and birthday party In honor of their son, Wayne, on Monday evening. Dinner was served at the Chrome Cafe. Wayne enlteted In the army and he left later In the "evening for the Induction center in DeS MoWes. Guests at the party were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs! A..C. Bjustrom and Mrs. Bessie Walkef and his aunts and uncles, Mr. a Ad-Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bjustrom, Mr. .and Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mrs. Harold Kiiecker and Geraldine and Jimmy of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Mason City. ' ' -»- ' I.. ' Party for Bonnld Utters— Mr/ and Mrs. Charles Ulfers entertained a group of relatives, Monday evening In honor of the first birthday of, their daughter, Bonnie Sue. Guests were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Stoffel and Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers, Verauel Ulfers, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Runchey, Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey,- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Best, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grangenett, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stoffel and Mrs. Earl Powell .of Mason City. , Mary Johnson Weds-Announcement is made of the marriage of Mary Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Algona.- and Melvin Leroy Zajaicek, which occurred on February 24 at Omaha BUY CHEK-R-CHIX, THIS YEAE Order your • Ohek-R-Chix from us now and be assured of getting . them when you want them. 50c per hundred discount on March chicks up to March 24th hatch. SWEA Phone 35 HATCHERY Swea City, Iowa 8tf SOH, Mrs. W. ft Mcculldush also' honored, as .the club's most ceftfr fcrdndraother'. MrS!< Mct lough received Hhe prlzd fdf high scote kt bridge. ', «*:!-. Theatre-Slumber fyirty— iFrances Sorenson and Mary Frances Carney entertained seven girls at a theatf e and slumber party it. th'e latter's home Saturday evening. Guests were JeanHe Gudefian, Lavonne Wdlcott, Mary- Amunson, Elvle Veta, iPat Lynch, Meredith Raney and Valeria Butts. .; ( • . ; ••• i«j.'i*. •. ' '. ; Pheasant Dinner- Mr, arid Mrs. T. fcL Chrlschiltefl entertained at a pheasant dinner Friday evening at their home. The guests of honor were Bob Beckpr, Chicago Tribune sports writer, and George Petty, creator of the fameUs Petty Girl, and his Sort, George, Jr. _::_ / Syncopation CsJib—• The Syncopation Club held Its, , MA W war-eft a ffcl aStefKy will ght i <T»«rAdaVpAt ih« R fategsite HUWhiftg. fHif6tiiy Lane * head* the committee iff Mrt. t*tnf Mrs. Mary Laltlg -entertained Mrs, Anna Skinner, Mrs. W. F. MuiUca and Mrs, Fred Gelgle at a luncheon at her home this noon (Thursday). 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