The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1943 · Page 8
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PUl CREEK FARM BUREAU PROGRAM HELD FRIDAY NIGHT The Plum Creek Farm Bureau members and their families en• joyed a program and get-to-gether m the Plum Creek Center school house Friday night. The large room in the .basement was filled to cn- paclty and the program following the business meeting was most thoroughly enjoyed. A committee of lady members served refresn- ments later In the evening. The program: Oottimttfttty Sttging. Talk .by Wayne Baric, "My Trl to the Chicago International Live stock Show." Short address by Wm: St. Clai Algeria, 4-H Club .boys leader. Piano selections by Miss Steil Mayer. "Victory Gardens" by Mrs. Agne seeley. Reese and his 'Fiddle. 4-H Girl Duration Projects wa discussed by Miss Alma Schultz county home economist. A radio skit very cleverly put on by Phyllis Kain, Beverly Kain, Vir ginia Ziegler, Marian Ziegler, Max ine Shipler, Velma Shtpler, Dorothy Long and Marylin Weber, closed the evening's program. LOOK lust Received Shipment of Copper Clad Ranges $119.50 Meal Master Range $94.50 Rockwood Ranges $79.50 Philgas Ranges _ _, $92.50 Store Closed Good Friday April 23 12 M. to 2:00 P.M. Kohlhaas Hardware Special Feeder and Stocker Cattle Auction -at Alliance, Nebraska, Wednesday, Apr. 28 Koestcr Bros, of Alliance, Nebraska, western Nebraska's largest irrigation farmers, will sell 401 native Hereford steers, purchased last UUI fall from the best herds in the Sand- lulls. 235 of these are the famous Mule Shoe Bar brand. These cattle have been well wintered and are in good flesh. Just right to go in your fedd lot N or on grass. They will be sold by the pounkl in lots to suit the buyer. Win. M. Heaton & Son of Hay Springs, Nebraska, will sell 40 head of choice registered Hereford heifers—10 2-year-olds and 30 yearlings. Others have consigned— 400 gotod Hereford yearling steers 150 choice light Hereford yearling steers 2 cars of Hereford steer calves 1 car of Hereford steer calves 1 car of Hereford steer calves This is a good opportunity to secure replacement cattle for your feed lot or cattle fo* your grass. We think this is an exceptionally good offering. Alliance Livestock Commission Company ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Phone or wire for additional information. tOWE BROTHERS MEU.O-GLOSS is (he modern soil-proof* semi-gloss wall paint —the perfect washable beauty treatment for your home. The satiny lustre of Mello-Gloss is especially adapted to any wall surface — and best of all, there's no need to worry about fingerprints, dirt or smudges. They wash right off with ordinary soap and water. 'InttnioHi to toil undtr normal kt/mt And Mello-Gloss retains its stylish beauty after repeated cleanings. Come in and let us show you how to re-style your rooms with Meiio- Gloss fashion-tested colors. Ask us for your FREE copy of Lowe Brothers "Color Keys to Sunlit Homes." This full-color book contains the lat est ideas on paint-styling, and valuable hints on painting your home. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 WESLEY UNTTED SERVICE WOMEN INSTALL APRIL 29 Wesley—fThe United Service Wo men's organization Mil meet o Thursday evening, April 29, at o'clock In the Exchange State Bank basement. The newly elected offt cers will be installed by the officer of the Agona unit. Mrs. J. M. Kunz is president of the Wesley unit All women who have' fathers, hus bands, sons or daughters in the scr vice are urged to attend the meet ing and join the organization. JULIUS KELCH TAKES NEW JOB IN ESTHERVIIXE Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and daughter, Gloria Ann, were Sunday evening callers at the parental J. L. Studer home. Mr. Kelch, who has >een employed as butcher in the Sorenson Grocery Store, Algona, he past three years has accepted i position in the Seidle Grocery Store at Estherville and began his vork there this week. Mrs. Kelch nd daughter are spending a week ,t Wesley before joining Mr. Kelch ,t Estherville. TWO KUNZ BROS. AND SISTER IN SERVICE Mrs. Ann Kunz of Des Moines nd son, (Pvt. Jerry Kunz of Hen drick Field, Florida, spent th week-end visiting friends and rela lives here. Jerry Is in the army ai corps, having enlisted last fall. Sgt. Gordon Kunz, who is a sta tistician in the army on limitei tkm ai the /P ftrefttal Jollus KuhR Home, Billy Stiider spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Julius Keleh, and family at Algona* He is the yaunsfest son of M*. and Mrs. J. t* Studer. jGerald Wlngert, who attends Trinity college at Sioux City came Wednesday to spend hts Easter vacation at his parental Lawrence Wlngert home. (Harold Wolf of Camp Hood, Texas, came Monday to spend a furlough with his father, Frank Wolf, his sister, Mrs. Clare Win gert and other relatives. IFrank Wolf and son, Otto,,wen to St. Cloud, Minn., last week Frank stayed for a several weeks visit with his daughter, Mrs. Urban Hummerding and family. Alvina Oppedahl, who joined the WAVES and went to Hunter, Col- ege, New York, in March, haS been put In a hospital corps and will be sent somewhere else to get further schooling. Henry Sherman, Mrs. Ray Rlcke and Mrs. Jack Sherman of Wlliams returned home Sunday night rom East Dubuque where, on Saturday, they attended the funeral f the former's uncle, Will Sher- UNION 4-H CLUB GIRLS MFFT AT THE HEERDT HOME service and who has been at Cam; Dodge since his induction last fai is now at Lincoln, Nebr. iLewlne Kunz is in the armj nurses corps at a camp in Arkan sas. Jerry and Gordon are brothers of Julius M. Kunz and Lewine is a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid o Algona called at the J. L. Studer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Werling and Charlotte visited friends in Lu- Verne Sunday. Pvt. Don Sherman returned to Camp McCoy, Wis., following a shoj-t furlough at the parenta! Henry Sherman home. Sister Raphael spent Monday in Mason City on business. The pupils of the 7th and 8th grades enjoyed the extra days vacation. Carl Schimmel of Blue Earth called at the home of his sister, Mrs. George Ward, Saturday. He also visited his parents at Britt. Bob Studer of the army air corps has recently been classified as a pilot and is now taking his preflight training at Santa Ana, Calif. June Adel Kunz, student at the University of Wisconsin at Madion is spending her Easter vaca- man. Pvt. Gayle M. Studer of Camp Coxcomb, Calif., came Monday to pend a 13-day furlough at his arental J. L. Studer home. He left or induction into the army on December 28th and is in the tan destroyer division. 'Rita and Madeline Studer, daugh ters of J. P. Studer, and Marjori Jffeerdt was hostess to the Union Alethean 441 Club girls at her home last; Saturday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by the vice president, Dorothy Gisch. Roll call was "H6W much sewing 1 have done this year." Esther Will gave a talk on undergarments ana their care. Dorothy Glsch gave a demonstration on padding an h-onlng board Mrs. Jenklnson, leader, then distributed pamphlets to use In their year's work. Games and music were enjoyed under the direction of Ruth Gisch. Members attending were Bonlta Reid, Betty Sarchet, Esther Will, Shirley Harvey, Dorothy and Ruth iQisch and Ruth Heerdt. Leaders attending were Mrs. Jenkinson and Mrs. Sarchet. Guests were Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Louis Bode and Joan Bode. The next meeting will be a Mother's Day program, being held at the Jenkinson home on May 15th. Mrs. Robert Sarchett and Jessie Sarchet were callers at the Clair Winkle home in Algona last Sut- irday afternoon. Abble Tjaden was hostess to the tnten ml MM; mMHef 1 , •home i_ _ Kelstef has "beSs llT&We' past two week* but Is improved. hef fref Mfdf. the .. kfek W the p. A. Outknethts jf ftfte* Hvlgtf In St. J»4ul sines ust .Deceftibfti'. Mf. blta will tutn about WODEN SAILOR, REPORTED LOST, IS JAP PRISONER 18, to time to t&te Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lou Lickteig, came Saturday fo an Easter vacation here. They ar students at the Good Council Aca demy at Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman were Sunday dinner and supper guest at the home of their daughter anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kain a Sexton. Mrs. Herman Lyons ant two children, Gary and Mary Ellen of Algona, were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer drove to Blooming Prairie Saturday where they visited till Sunday evening a the Ed Downs home. Mrs. Downs is the former Elaine Studer. The Downs family, former Wesley vicinity farmers, moved from Titonka to Minnesota the first of March. Mrs. Frank Huff and son, Terry of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig. Mrs. Loeblg and Thelma accompanied Mrs. Huff to LuVerne where they visited with the Bert Putzstuck family. Mrs. Putzstuck "s recuperating from an operation. iFoertsch relatives here received vord of the death of Mrs. 'Laura ~'eterson at San Francisco last .veek. Her husband, John Peterson, passed away at their home In 't. Paul just eight months before. Mrs. Peterson spent two months ere last fall visiting her brothers, Olie and George, and sister, Mrs. •tatt Kellner, and other relatives. Jusy Bee club at her home last Friday afternoon. A large crowd enjoyed the occasion. A few close friends surprised Mrs. Floyd Gardner on her birthday anniversary last Thursday evening. Cards were played and lunch served, which was brought by the guests. IMr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Mrs. Carrie Voigt, of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers of West Bend were Sunday visitors here at the George and Don .Boevers homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet and family were supper guests laat Saturday at the Presley Sarchet home. The occasion was the celebration of the birthday anniversaries of Roy and his son, DJclc, which ,were Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday the Sarchets were dinner guests of the Jake Smiths, east of Burt. West Bend Vicinity News Items Mrs. Edna Hayne spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. John Walker at Rodman. Mrs. Brown of Texas is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs Nellie Emerson. 'Emery Bevard and daughter Dorothy spent Wednesday visiting friends in Estherville. (Miss Patty Porter of Ft. Dodge is visiting at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Walton DeWitt. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Miller, of Meservey, spent the week-end at the C. C. Miller home. The Catholic Ladies' Aid is sponsoring a dance to be held in the Legion hall Monday, April 26. Mrs. Percy Wathman and son of Ottosen spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Balge- lan. James Dunn arrived home from an army camp. He has received his honorable discharge from the army. •Roy Forsythe of the navy, stationed at the Great Leakes, spent the week-end with his wife and family. lEmery Bevard and daughter, Dorothy, and Richard Christensen spent Sunday >iends. at Plover visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and children spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.,and Mrs. Julius Studer at LuVerne. Elmer Ferden who is employed with the Pratt Electric Co., at Algona, spent the week-end with his wife and children. Mrs. Carl Vohs was brough home from the hospital at Foi Dodge last Sunday. She underwen a minor operation. Herman Benke has resigned h position with the Roupe Furnitur store. Mr. Benke will work on farm near Whittemore. Miss Mary Jane Sunmerhays re turned to Iowa Falls Sunday afte a week j s visit at the Rudy anc Mike Bonnstetter homes. Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg return ed home Sunday from a week's visi with her parents and other rela ;ives in Guttenberg, Iowa. iPvt. 'Elaine Hoskin, son of Mr and Mrs. Ray Hoskin, is at Michi ;an State College for a course o army air force instructions. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dick re cently arived from Oklahoma Citj or a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray 3arber and other relatives and 'rtends. •A number of Mrs. A. B. Carter's neighbors dropped in on her for i house warming. They broughi unch and the afternoon was speni n a social way. Miss Mildred McCullough came rom Minneapolis to visit her sis- er, Mrs. Coinie Jurgens. Miss rtoCullough has been working in defense plant in Minneapolis. Corporal and Mrs. Albert Christensen and son, returned to Camp Barkley, Texas, Saturday after a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knut Christensen. iDale E. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn, of West Bend, who has been playing in a band in Major's Field, Greenville, Texas, has enlisted for service in the army air force. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Banward and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Banwart and Larry Lee were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Banwar in honor of Mr. Keller's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Anlicker, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Banwart and Mrs. Henry Schmidt went to Iowa City to visit Mrs. Noah Anlicker who is confined in a hospital there They report she is improving. AI returned home except Mr. Banwart, who will go through the clinic. Emery Bevard's mother passed away in the hospital at Cherokee last Sunday. Jerry Schutter went there and brought the remains to the Bevard home in West Bend. Funeral services were held from St. Peter and Paul Catholic church and interment was in the Rodman cemetery. Deceased was about 81 years of age. Private Robert Munson of Camp Shelby, Miss., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson. Mr. and Mrs. Munson recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Munson of Hollandale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson and children of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson and children of Graettinger, Pvt. Bob Munson of Camp Shelby, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Munson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day and son and Mrs. Charlene Neal, all of West Bend. LAKOTA CLUB SECOND COMMUNITY PARTY The second Community Part ponsored by the Acorn Club wn held Friday night at the town hal and about 125 men, women anr hildren were present. Mrs. C. A Gutknecht announced the follow ng program: Group Singing; Read ng of the American Creed in uni son; the high school girls' octette sang several numbers, accompanie< by June Skeels; piano solo, June Skeels; reading, "I Am An American/ 1 Bernadine Gerzema; the male quartet, Messrs. I. E. Worthman Jerry Ukena, George Ennen anc Jerry Heetland, accompanied by Mrs. 1 Jerry Ukena sang ,two numbers; George Ennen played several numbers on his accordian anc group singing closed the" program Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht had charge of games for adults and older children and Mrs. iLarry Stafford entertained the little folk 4n the Council room. Free cookies were given the children and older folks paid lOc for cookies and coffee. This money was used to defray expenses. These events are proving a real success. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels spent Sunday evening at the J. H. War- burtons. Elaine Rahnstock entertained u ;roup of friends at a skating party Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koppen and mby spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Koppen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hanson, near Titonka. Harry Warburton, who has been working out of Ames the past three weeks came home Sunday afternoon but will return there next week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggertii and son, Bobby, spent the week-end vith Charles' parents at Renwick. I, ALWAYS DREAMED COLUMBIA Deep In every girl's Imagination U a picture of the engagement ring and wedding ring the would love . . . styled in rich simplicity . . . made by masters of the craft ... a lifetime creation to match an everlasting devotion. That Is the standard of Columbia diamond rings-g dream come true! Engagement Ring $35 Wedding Ring $179 DIAMONDS SIT M •UTINUM 14-Kt. MOUNTINM Engagement Ring $17.10 Wedding Ring $12.99 fitter*! Tax I, ( lu4<4 Engagement Ring HI.M Wedding Ring OTHER COLUMBIA DIAMOND RINGS UP TO $250 Lusby & Giossi The Howe of Beautiful Jewelry for the beet orop. ; The Confirmation class of the Presbyterlatt ehurch recited their catechism at the morning service Sunday and received their Bibles. The regular Conflrmatlon Will be held Easter Sunday. The Rev. Raymond Climated, wlf and twb children of Port Dodg came Sunday and Rev. Olmsted preached at the Lakota Methodis church at 10 o'dlock and at Led yard at 11:16 b'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Mhei ..„„„ their 14-months old baby, (Paul to the hospital at Albert Lea for treatment Friday. The little one is suffering with an ear and throat ailment. They brought him home Sunday and he Is improving. . From Ambulance A fall from an ambulance as she was on the way to a Cedar Rapids lospital caused Mrs. A. L. Dean of Tipton a broken collar bone, a deep gash on her • head and severe bruises. Mrs. Dean was accompanying Mrs. J. W. Dean to the hospital whan fho IttAirlA**- _««...... s • * ' 6t to Wesley friend* Man day that tie had received fe»a»st»r '«8f «ews that his son, Hans, of the u. s. Navy is a Japanese prisoner He was on the "Pope," the ship that was destroyed and sunk to th(! Pacific some months J ago. Mr Gerdes had receiyed 13 cards Up to Monday from people In Various parts of the U. S. that had heart «1 * h 2£ l wftve broadcast from Tokyo. The commanding officer of the ship read the greetings from the boys to their parents in this Card Party*-Dance EVBRYOtNiB WELCOME St. Cecelia Academy WEDNESDAY, APRIL Z8 8 o'clock P.M. CARDS .». LUNCH Dancing to S-Pleoe Orchestra Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Harlan Frankl, Oomm. Admission 886 tal when the incident occurred. strlidted IttdlvMuftls at -the Co. the last fe% _ Itiftta* FURNACE REPAIRS on u* for prampt, turtle* »r re*»on«bU prfcdt. 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