The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1943 · Page 4
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Bid AIM. Vfcjwr ftes Mollies, of Semen Vicinity Mrs. lister Osborn enjoyed a brief visit with her father, Elmer pitcher, Alexandria, S. D., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson and family of Armstrong were Tuesday evening callers at the Otto Wll- foerg home. ILols Looft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Looft began working at the J. M. Jensen grocery store at tUngsted last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson were Sunday evening callers at the William Elmers home. The Abel Haugcs were also there. Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson called on the former's sister, Mrs. Earl Jen- oen, Ringsted, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halver- non and children spent Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, the Clyde Ollbaughs, at Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson, Algona, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Jens Halverson home. Other callers included Mr. and Mrs Otto Wilberg and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the A. E. Nelson home. Verdelle Nelson has been asslsBng her sister, Mrs. Herman Gielenfeldt the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gielenfeldt and family, Letts Creek, moved Into the tenant house at the J. H. Jensens about a week ago. Mr. Gielenfeldt is employed at the Jensens. Mrs. Gielenfeldt will be better remembered as the former Ruby Nel- Bon. Sunday afternoon callers at the Clarence Osborn home were Mesdames Ruske, Lester Wiesbrod, Wilfred Stoeber and Anna Osborn, all of Fenton, also Mesdames Earl Crouch and Earl Osborn. Mrs. Anna Osborn will remain at the Clarence Osborn home until Wednesday. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club took part in a club basket ball tournament at Swea City Saturday. The Seneca team defeated Burt, but were eliminated by the Lone Rock team, who were the champions. Wm. St. Clair, the Club Agent, Algona, had charge of the event. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauge, Mr. and "Dutch"' Rlekena and Mrs. Bertram Hauge of Leland, Iowa, were Tuesday dinner guests at the Kenneth Thompson home. They, together With the Thompsons, were supper guests at the Abel Hauge home. Mr. Riekena was enjoying a ten- day army furlough. He is stationed at Coffeyvllle, Kansas. Mrs. Otto Wilberg was honoree at a birthday party at her home Saturday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson, the Robert 'HalverSons, Henry Wilberg and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen and children, Ringsted. On Friday evening the Wilbergs were guests at the John Andreason home, Ringsted, the occasion being David Andreason's birthday anniversary. Divine services will be held Sunday, April 17, at 11:30 a.m. at the Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca. The sermon will be delivered by Mr. David J. Quill. His subject has to deal with the answer to the question of why Christ, who did nothing but good, received the cruel treatment He did when He was here on earth. He was rejected and crucified because He was "The Man Most Misunderstood." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loft and sons attended a family get-together Sunday evening at the Edward Looft home, Ledyard, honoring Donald Looft, who is being Inducted Into the army at Des Moines on Wednesday. Donald, who. has been attending Dubuque University, arrived home on Tuesday and received his orders to report the following day. Others in attendance included Cpl. Allen Looft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Swea City, who is stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., who was enjoying a week-end pass at the home of hi parents; also Mrs. Margaret Looft and the Fred Loofts, Swea City Mrs. Norman Pingle, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Pingle and son and Mr and Mrs. George Looft, Ledyard Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft and children and the Bernard Loofts of Bancroft. THURSDAY, APRIL 8th Author of "The Women" Does It Again! OLAIR BOOTH LUCE'S DELIGHTFUL "MARGIN FOR ERROR" with JOAN BENNETT AND MILTON BERLE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 9-10 UP/ ... and join the fun as the Radio crime buster becomes a belly-buster of laughs in the film's un-fest/ "Keep 'Em Sailing" V t \ '• Fun for the Family •;/ »-_ m _ )1 Every Saturday fc TgHgWfW*" Rcaper-Leck Wedding— iBernlce Reaper, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Reaper of Al gona, became the bride of Garel D Leek, son of Mrs. Chris Olsen o: Whittemore In a pretty home cere mony on March 29. Rev. O. L Summers of Bancroft peffdrniec the single ring ceremony under a canopy decorated in pink and white by the bride's mother. Bouquets ol pink and white flowers were other decorations. -The bride' wore a medium blue suit of Frost Point material and a corsage of roses and carnations Her attendants, Dorothy King am Berdyne Hunt, wore suits of Gold color and Teal Blue. They wore corsages of tinted carnations. The little ring bearer was Janice Hunt, who carried a white satin pillow with streamers, and wore a tiny blue suit. The bridegroom's attend ants were Daryl Hunt and Harold Leutke. The new Mrs. Leek was graduated from the Algona high school with the class of 1941 and has been at home since finishing school. The bridegroom ts a farmer and the twin brother of Gale Leek, who Is with the army in the near east. The grandparents of the couple were honored guests at the wedding. They are Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark and Mrs. F. R. Haldeman of Algona. Other out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson and son, Chris of Whittemore, Mrs. E. C. Tredlneck of Kewanee, 111., Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Hunt of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leutke of Lone ROck. Following the ceremony a reception was held, after which Hie young couple left on a wedding trip to the southern part of the state. After April 15th they will be at home on a farm east of Algona on the McGregor Street road. Sorority Rushing Season— Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have the first party of their spring rushing season this (Thursday) evening at the home of Mrs. Bob Williams. The party is being worked out with a victory garden theme. Several guests have been Invited by the group. The committee for the party consists of Janice Barta, chairman, Arlet Skaar, Mrs. Kenneth Brandow and Mrs. Bob Williams. On Tuesday evening the chaptor will entertain guests at a model meeting at the home of Verabel Ulfers. Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen, president, will preside. The program will consist of a walking rehearsal of a one act play with Mrs. D. P. Smith, Verabel Ulfers, Ariel Skaar, Phyllis Parsons, Jean Kln- sey and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee taking parts. A preferential tea wHl be held Sunday afternoon, April 18, at the home of Phyllis Parsons. The membership committee in charge of the rushing season Is headed by Mrs. Donald Miller with Verabel Ulfers and Dorothy Lane serving on the committee. County Federated Clubs Meeting 1 — The spring meeting of the Kos- suth County Federation of Wo man's Clubs .will be held Tuesday, April 13, at the Pfesbyterian church at Burt. The hostess clubs are the Lakota Acorfls, Titonka Federated, Portland • PYogff ess'and .the Fenton Wdman'e Clute • •> ilfS. Howard . French, Titonka, president of' the federation, announces' that -Because of popular reijueW.the< speaker of the after- fto"6n^wtll be 1 'Curtis'Amen of Mason City. Mrsi'Ameh :-will review the book, 'Tear '6f Out- Lord." She has spoken before the Kossuth group before and the ladies report that her talks are very Interesting. Alma Schultze, county home economist, will speak on nutrition. There will be several musical numbers. Election of officers for the coming year will be held during the business session. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church at Burt will serve the luncheon. Clubs are asked to estimate the number of members planning to attend and send them to Mrs. Helen Vogel at Burt. Presbyterian Women's Council— The newly organized Women's Council of the Presbyterian church has appointed the chairman of the five circles of the grpup. Approximately twenty-one ladies make up each circle. Chairman of Circle A is Mrs. Fred Gel-gle; Circle B, Mrs C. U. Pollard; Circle C, Mrs. Hugh Colwell; Circle D, Mrs. G. C. Barton. The other circle consists o: the members of the Westminister Guild, business women's club 01 the church. Mrs. J. G. McDowell is the president of the Council. Party for Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman ol Whittemore entertained Sunday nl a dinner honoring Tech. Sgt. Clarence Wiltgen, who is home on leave Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Mike Wiltgen and John and' Ervln of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baumart Mr. and Mrs. Cap Kenne, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bonstetter and daughter, Diana Louise, Cecilia Wiltgen and Ralph Koppen, Plum Creek Club— The Plum Creek Woman's Club met last week at the home of .Mrs. W. K. Ferguson in Algona. Hostesses were Mrs. Skillmg with Mrs. Carrie King assisting. The meeting opened with the singing of America and the business meeting followed. The club plans to attend the county 'ederation meeting at Burt next Tuesday. Members planning to attend are asked to notify Mrs. V. Kuhn by Friday, April 9. ilebekah Convention— The convention of District 55 of the Rebekah Lodge will be held next Tuesday, April 13 at Wesley. Members wishing rides are asked. :o phone 696 by Monday. The Algona lodge is hoping to send n arge delegation. The Algona Degree Staff will demonstrate initia- :ory work at the evening session. A dinner will be served between the afternoon and evening sessions. West Bend Vicinity News Items Julius Packard, U.S.N., spent the week-end with his uncle, Fred ruenig. R. W. Jurgens returned home from a business trip to Washington, .D. C. Mrs. J. D. Watson returned home from an extended stay at Estherville, Iowa. Mrs. George Montag returned home from Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday. Mrs. Leo Spilles of Algona visited with Mrs. Chas. W. DeWitt Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Enger of Bode spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. [Jouis Balgeman. Mrs. Glenn Allen went to Camp McCoy, Wis., to spend the weekend with her husband, Pvt. Glenn Allen. Mrs. Ted Reith and two daughters of Anderson, Iowa, were weekend guests at the A. R. McMullen lome. P. J. DeWitt has returned home from King City, Mo., after a vidit With his niece, Mrs. Eva Waltemath. SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY - APRIL 11-12-13 Call Out tie Quwtl! ...ItsA Riot ofLAUGHW LOVE...and SONG! '• r Just ' Look I '?S ALL THESE TOPS OF RADIO AND THEM GO... NOW S££ TH£M BATTLE THE AfRICA CORPS IN THE fIGHT FOR NOBT-H AfRICA ! GILDERSliEVE" (Harold Pearyl. 'FREDDY .MARTJfi ., ind His Oifhuttrm. ,' V£<:'»|tf Wf Orc»Ml>a • ' .. 1 , PETER LIND HAYES ., MARCV McGUIRE •ARKQLO STANG LYNN, ROYC.E& VAN YA! Miss Flossie Stagman came-from Ottumwa to spend her spring vacation with her mother and other relatives. Roman Mikes came from Whittemore Wednesday to see his brother, Harold, who left for Des Moines tj enter the service. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen returned from King City, Mo., where they spent ten days, called there by the illness of his daughter. Elmer Ferden, who is employed by the Pratt Electric Co. at Algona, spent the week-end with his wife and children in West Bend. Mrs. Otto Koehrs came from Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Kitzman and other relatives. Mrs. Mary Chambers of Mason City came Saturday for an extended visit with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. RobJ:. Chambers. Mrs. Harold Mikes went to Des Moines Friday ntght to spend the week-end with her husband, who was inducted Into service last Wednesday. ''Bud" McDowell has returned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station after spending his leave with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. George McDowell. Mrs. John Thacker was brought home from the hospital in Rochester, Minn., last Monday. Mrs. Thacker spent thirty-seven days in Rochester. Pvt. and Mrs. Jimmie Walker returned to Orlando, Fla., after a furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger. Pete Nellis and Harold Mikes left last Wednesday for Des Moines to enter service. Herman Fritz went Thursday and George Kisch left Friday. We wish the boys the best of luck. >Pvt Bert Metille came from Ft. Knox, Ky., last week Wednesday, called by the illness of his sister who lives near Corwith. He also came to West Bend to visit his wife, the former Marjory Jennings, Harry Poffenberger, commercial teacher in the West Bend Consolidated School for, nine years, pas been elected superintendent of schools at Lonyon, Iowa. He will take over his new duties next fall. Mrs. Donald Kuecker is reported to be improving. She had a second operation April 5th. Her husband has been with her at Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. Pvt. Kuecker had his furlough extended ten days. Mrs. Fahey Gress, who was taken to Rochester suffering from nervousness, is reported much improved. Mr. and Mrs.- Emil Bruellman spent last Sunday with her. Mrs. Gress' sister, Mrs. Arthur Banwart, is also with her. A Nutrition Schopl will .be held In West Bend if there are sufficient women who are interested in having one. A number of women have expressed their desire lor this school. Call Mrs. F. J. Bichler if you are interested and leave your name so it can be started as soon as possible. flw* Mr. and Mrs, Ralph IHbe Miter* talned a 'tffBup* of feed dealer* at & dinner at the Algena H6tel last Thursday evening. Mr*. Tlce enter* talned the group with two piano selections. Dealers present Were' George Hlrner, Wesley^ Hdfold OX ley, Cofwith, Mr. ftrtd Mrs. ftfty mond Krant*, Titonka, J. L, Rich' ardson and Andrew Hanaen, •M; !*•* Garden Club Moots— The Koasuth County Garden Club met Monday evening In the bookkeeping room of the high school. The program was in charge of Mrs. T. H. Holmes, whose subject was "Roses. Their Planting and Care." An exhibit was shown of an arrangement for a .breakfast table. Mrs. L. S. Bohannon is president of the club. • O. E. a Meeting— The regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star was held Tuesday evening at the .temple. Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen was initiated Into the order by the Worthy Matron, Mrs. V. V. Naudaln. Bob McCullough sang several solos, accompanied on the piano by the Rev. C. C. Richardson. Wa-Tan-Ye Meeting— The Wa-Tan-Ye ladles business club held their regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the Algoru Hotel with twenty members present In the business section it was voted to continue the dinner meetings for the present. There was no program. The club meets twice a month. will til .11 unit 6f tfcft _._ be field Monday tt.fc 6tttfi£ tfcld&K dlvlslort U411 MffiTftil winning essays in the AfnerWanlsfrt contest Will be read. Theie Will be sfreclai rrtuslfe. - rttthna Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn en* teftalhed the eight members of the freshman basketball squad and Coach Nelson at a 8:30 dinner at their home, the ftuhn Son. Bob, Is a member of the squad. Following the dinner the boys were the guests of Coach Kelson at the movies. D. A. R. Tea— The locdl chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold a tea next Tuesday afternoon, April 13, at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. Q. McCullough on Bast College Street. Mrs. D. P. Smith is the Regehfof the chapter. Meeting Postponed— The regular meeting of the Algona Woman's Club scheduled for Friday, March 9, will not be held as Mrs. Howard French, who has charge of the program will be detained at Rochester. C. D. of A. Meets— The Catholic Daughters of America 'Will hold their regular meeting this (Thursday) evening at the Academy Hall. The business Session will be preceded by a pot-luck dinner" at 8:30. _ MM, Sv tt iitoytf twwtained small gWwp df ttlm&t of . h« mother, Mf». &eate Ahreft% tit an Ihfofnial party. Mdhday aftWntoon, The gatheiflnil was in hotter of Jira. Aftttn't Sfth birthday. Mrs. Ahftftft makes her h6me with the Sawyet*. •'ArafWl ""^JBSfi &e»i6%ia»i^^ Prettiest ta Sea - * to Wear . These Intensely Mattering HATS for Spring Presenting for Easter prevue a spirit lifting collection of little calot charmers banked with blossoms and , other smart modes in millinery fot the new season. Emphasizing' all the colors and shapes that Will foe milady's favorites during the colorful spring of 1843. $Z.« The ELITE Ration Points are the same everywhere, but Rationed Items are lower priced at your National Food Stores. WIENERS Fresh Pork Liver SLICED BACON Fancy Quality 22 Vj-Lb. 4 POINTS FOR '/2 LB. PURE I;ARD Fresh Chickens_lb. 34c SMOKED Bloaters each 7c SPICED 7 Fts. Per U>. Lunch. Meati 1 /^ Ib. 19c CARTONS V POINT VALUE CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS P £ B 39« PORK LOIN ENDS PEAS COME AGAIN BRAND POINT VAJ.UE 16 <uut Are Not Rationed ASPARAGUS lie 10c 7c CALIF. GROWN FRESH and GREEN TOMATOES LARGE RED-RIPE SLICERS 8-OZ. Bunches Fresh and Crisp. Well Bleaebvd ffta apu Larfl« MC_«JJ; ...»..< « Stalk Sweet and Juicy—200 • 21 i Slit Pol. 23c 37c Wash. 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