The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Uuppef Des Moines, Algofia, Iowa, March 26,1943 EDFROEL1CHOF WESLEY IS CITED FOR BRAVERY Wesley ^-ISd ftreelich, son of , Mr, and Mrs. Carl Fr6ellch, Was >eeentlji\elted tot bravery, afld do- votion to duty In aerial combat in the Aleutian area. Edward, who is chief aviation mecftanic, is a graduate of the Wesley Parochial and public" schools and enlisted In the navy eleven years ago. His wife, the former Frances Qlegg, of Feiisacbla, Florida, and their two children, how reside in Seattle. ' Bdward's brother, John, a captain in the ..quartermaster's corps, Is now in the 'Hawaiian islands. , He enlisted In the army four years ago. Andther .b'rother, Carl, with his family, farms just west of town. One sister, Mi's. (Marie) Lawrence Rlcl^e, lives at Williams and. Mrs. (Helen) Eugene Hub'er and two children live at Algona. Mrs. Huber is now teaching a rural school. Mr. Huber, a veteran of- World war 1, re-enlisted in the navy and is now In the war zone. FORMER DENTIST HERE NOW Iff NEW JERSEY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter, and two children, (David and Diana, and Mr. Albert Kleinpeter, were Sunday guests at the Dr. Leon Smith home in Fort Dodge.- Capt. Smith of the coast "artillery, . was home Oh a 12 days furlough from a camp at Bayonne, New Jersey. He was*a reserve officer and was called into service about a year ago. Before going to Fort Dodge about 12 years ago He practiced dentistry in Wesley several years. Mrs, Smith, the fortner Bather Kleinpeter, and Her, four children are living in Fort podge. Dr. Torgeson ahd wife of Tltonka were callers at the smith home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Page entertained their card club Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Webster of Corwith were Sunday callers at the Ed 'Loebtg home. Julius Monson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Monson, left Tuesday for induction In the army. Mr. and Mrs, Ollie Olson attended the funeral of his brother Martin OlSon, at Kanawha Wednesday, day. . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno and two children of Ledyard were week-end visitors /wtith Ihls parental, Mrsj Albert Reno home. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease were guests at a St. Patrick's party on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Helen Manna at Woden. Father Fliftlls Goetz left Wednesday^ for his home at Tarkio, Mo., following a few days visit here with Tils mother, Mrs. Anton Goetz, Maxlne Seller Is helping with the housework at the A. M, Lease home. Mrs. Lease Is convalescing from an operation for appendicitis. Sylvia/Ann, youngest daughter! of Mr. arid Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, en-j tertalned a group of classmates at a waffle supper Saturday evening. Mrs. Ihno Geerdes returned home Sunday from Minneapolis Where she ,had gone on Wednesday to attend the graduation exercises bf their oldest daughter, Lavon, from the University of Minnesota. IlinilllillllllilllllH Know Your America WAG THE FLAG OF THE UNITED: \ STATES' 'APPROVED BY , CONGRESS ' Let us remind you again" to have your Spring cleaning done early. PHONE 330 • Off. POST OFFICE • ALGONA,IOWA UUIII1UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ANSWER i The Flag was apprtoved by Congress on April 4 t 1818. ••llllinillllllUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWM MARCH MEETING OF SENECA BUREAU HELD ON TUESDAY Seneca—The Seneca Farm Bureau held Its March meeting at the Seneca school last Tuesday evening. The program opened with commun- ity'singing. Mrs. Henry Looft gave a. talk on victory gardens which was followed by vocal selections by the two little daughters of the Emil Blerstedts and Dorothy Streucker, Mrs, Ctarence Osborn gave a very Interesting talk on their recent trip to Florida and .Washington, D. C. Jens Nordahl of Fenton entertained the group with several vocal selections, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Gerald Volght. The program committee consisted oTMr, and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Streuck- er and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer,. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crawley and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn. FAREWELL PARTY HELD FOR ELiVIN OODFREDSON Elvtn Godfredson was the guest of honor at a farewell party held for him at the Sheldon Merrill home Sunday evening. The party Was/'planned by the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club, of which Elvin has been a member. The evening Was spent playing various games after which refreshments were served. The club presented lElvln with a gift. He enlisted in the navy several months ago and received his call to report at Des Moines last Week Friday and Was granted a few days' leave before his departure for a training cam p. ^ i /The Kenneth Halvorsons have been ill with the flu the past week. Mrs. Kenneth* Thompson has been suffering with a Siege of tonsllltis. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Henry Looft home were Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland of Burt, Mr, and Mrs. Millen Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. David J. Quill of Minneapolis. The Seneca School Board held its organization meeting last Monday evening. Oscar Patterson was again elected president* of the board. Supt. Kingery was re-employed for another year. ' Maurice Weisbrod, who enlisted in the navy last week at Spencer, will report there Tuesday. Maurice has been staying at the home of his sister and family, the Clarence Osborns, the past year and attending school'at Seneca. The Seneca grade school children 1 have begun practice on a spring operetta "Mulligan's Magic," under the direction of Miss Lavon Mail- den, music Instructor. The school band is also working on a concert to-be presented in the near future. Gerald Numeyer, of Armstrong, is the local band director. Last Wednesday evening guests at the Millen Jensen home included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Jensen and Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. Lenus Jensen and children and the George Jensens, all of Rlngsted. Mrs. Jennie Jensen has been a guest at the Jensen home the past week. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Jan Jensen. Lone kocti Vicinity Aeii?s Items Mrs. I. W. kelson spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona. The M. O. Richards family was visitors at the Wm. Billsborough home at Algona Sunday. The Bernard Jensens were dinner guests at the Art Claussen home at Swea'-City Sunday. The George BolHnger family of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the Clair BolHnger home. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen spent several days of last week with Mrs. Ethel Parson at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and Virginia were dinner guests at the Vincent Behrends home Sunday. « ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder an N d son Dick were guests at the C. C. Anderson home at Elmore Sunday, day. • Mrs. Dora Laabs. Raymond and MEN and WOMEN 18 TO 50 WORK IN FOOD, STORES WRITE BOX 1049 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. TAKE PUNISHMENT WITH A SMILE! ' ' - 'C% SB^y*- HOUSE PAINT ' ~* -- 4*V**J » £ f Plfet u <m4 to any /COM ci <H>ytlifntHon wt SARGENT E N A ME L el»l if mm'jA «e»W, tmetsb ta ywt • SARGENT ' WALL PAINTS Wilma were guests at the Leland Hantelman home at Fenton Sunday. The Merwln Marlow family and William Salmon spent the weekend at the Faber ; Dugan home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. George Long and family of Tltonka and the M. E. Blanchards were dinner guests at the Alex Grueger home Sunday. The Clarence Macumbers of Algona and the Ray Bierstedts were guests at the W. R. O'Donnel home of Bancroft were there Saturday. Mrs. Walton Soderquist returned to her home at Waukegan, III., on Wednesday after spending a week visiting at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons and family, the Harvey Higleys oi Fairmont and the Geo. Jentz family of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the A. H. Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck made a business trip to Austin, Minn., ^Saturday. They also visited Mrs. Margaret Moser and the C. L. Weigles. The American llegion Auxiliary and the Band Mothers Club sponsored a benefit card party for the Red Cross Thursday night with the proceeds amounting ito $101: after expenses were deducted. Mrs. Russel Thompson and two sons of Burt, the Maynard Kuecks of Swea City, the Marvin Kueck family of Seneca and Richard Behrends were dinner guests at the Walter Thompson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and daughter and the Elmer Johnsons of Gowrie were dinner guests ai the Chas. Morris home Sunday and the 'Morris' and their guests called at the P. M. Christensen jb^orae in the afternoon. .Jessie Bleanchard, Jr., of- Ames, arrived home last week Tuesday and Bernard Genricn, also a student at Ames, arrived home this week Monday. Both have completed their semester and are awaiting a call for; military duty. , Alton Pettit, who is in the navy, arrived Friday for a leave until Wednesday when he will go to Gulf Port, Mississippi. Marjorie Pettit of Des Moines and the Ed Howes of Rockwell City, also spent the week-end at the George Pettit home. Mrs. Richard 'Long and Bernard of Bancroft and the Jim Long family, were dinner guests at the Ralph' Thompson home. Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva and Mr and Mrs. Everett Harris, the latter of Fairmont, were afternoon visitors. Guests at the Donald Radig home Sunday evening in honor of Mr. Radig's birthday were the Martin Dreyers of Burt, the John Scbal- lins, William -Zumachs, Carl Fli- jahn, Ervin Mittag, Alfred Witl- kopf of Lotts Creek "and the Alex Radigs. X,t. .Eugene Blanchard left for Camp Edwards,. Mass., Friday after a furlough with the J. M. Blanchards. Dinner guests a week ago Sunday at the Blanchard home were the John Sones family of Sioux Rapids, the, Chester Alme family of Ottosen and the Harlan and Donald Blanchard families. 'The winners and losers in the Ladies 1 - Mite Society held a party in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs.. Will Christensen and Mrs.. LJllie Thompson received a corsage made of defense stamps for having a perfect 'attendance the .past year. Mrs. W- J- Cotton read th^ financial report which showed a considerable gain over the previous year, The usual busi* ness, meeting was held. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit'en- tertained the Hiidretb Pettits of Fenton, the. Edwin Harves pf Rockwell .City, Marjorie Pettit of Des Moines, Mrs. Eve.lyn Earing, Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth and daughter Phyllis, the.Glen Householders, Woodrow PettJts, Arthur and son Penijis and Harlan chard at a card party Sunday ever ning in honor qf their soft Alton, who was home <jn a furlough^. LUVERNE COUPLE CELEBRATES 35TH ANNIVERSARY ILuverne—Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary at the community hall Friday evening with seventy-<flve relatives and friends attending. The date was also the birthday anniversary of Mr. Hanselman cyid his twin slater, Mrs. Fred Hintz, Jr., but Mrs. Hintz was Buffering with a heart aliment and was unable to attend. The two sons, Carl and Edwin, and their wives and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buenger, West Bend, sponsored the party. 500 was played. Mrs. Fred Wotf and William Hoepner received High prizes and John Nelson and Mrs. diaries Hanselman, low. Miss Freda Gron- bach, Livermore, won the/ door prize. A cafeteria lunch was served. A number of gifts, Including a purse of money was received. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Mansel'man and Mr and Mrs. Fred Hanselman and daughter, Laura, of West Bend. There will be church services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday. A Rev. Schmitt will be a candidate. C. B. Huff came home from Lincoln, Nebr., for a short visit and to see his son, Junior, who will soon be inducted into the army. Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman, West Bend, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus and their four children of Des Moinea were guests at the parental Will Ramus home over the week-end. Mr. Ramus is working In a defense plant. A shower was given for Mrs. Haf- old Meyer at the home of Mrs. Ernest Meyer Saturday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially and a dainty tray lunch was served. Many little gifts were received. Mrs. Cathryn Burtis left this" week for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Knudson of Fort -Dodge, who will accompany her to visit another daughter, Mrs. Wiiiard Hefshe, at dftiffi&lH: Mr. and Mrs, J, L, Llftnly •* 0 ™. dinner guests at the home of Mfrf and Mrs. Ale* Evan* At Mftlloit.? Sunday, Mr. Evans Was 1 Supeftft* tendent of the Luverne schools foY nine years. They have bought a ttHm •' home in MaftsoA and also" hav* adopted a little six-year-old glfl, which was interesting news fot their many Luverne friends. From where I sit . . * oe Marsh Sam Abernethy always said: "Curiosity may kill a cat—but I'm no cat." Which is Sam's way of saying that when he's curious about something he goes out and gets the facts. '• Seems our government feels the same way. After hearing rumors about our soldiers drinking too much-government people went after the facts. They got the evidence on what our boys drink ... and, don't drink. "The government fognd out our Army's the best behaved" in ..Atf- history. More'n half of 'cm drink beer—nothing stronger. And the government found that selling 3,2 beer in Army camps is one reason why onr Army is so temperate. From where I sit, there isn't much cause to worry about our men in the Army."Looks like they can take care o' themselves -and take care o' the Nazis and the Japs, too.' If You Need a Brooder House or Hog House WE HAVE THE MATERIALS CALL AND SEE US It's Wise to Be-Prepared to Raise Poultry artd Hogs This Year While Prices Are Good. F. S Norton & Son No. 54 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Induttry Foundation 4 PHONE 229 ...!:&, ?............»' »»""»t COMPLETE STOCKS %* V am f _•"•? -arisraCTION OOUaunao v>maian^^S=^ m ^^^aaa^i^^ __ * » "£%"«••"»»«• SMALL TENDER WEEN: FRESH RING LIVER SAUSAGE LIBBY'S NEW PACK Lb. SMOKED BRAUHSCHWEIGER u . 35c BLOATERS ......2 For 15c BEADY FOR THE PAN WHITING FILLETS u 25c SLICED SABLE COD u 27 c SALT COD BITS „,. 25c NORTHERN PIKE . ^ 19c FORT DEARBORN ^JSTS 48-oz. Pkg. **?^tiouB HAZEL BRAND KRAUT Lb. WHITE NATIONAL JUMBO i '/i-Lb. 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