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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1943
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The Aiffma typper Ites Aigag*» Idtra, AfMrfl 29, IMS ALGONABOYSOF MERCHANT MARINE HOME ON LEAVE -Have Sailed the fleas £ast and South and Called at .Many Ports in Freighting to War Zones 'Two Algona young men, Orval n3akken .and John {foldfen, are back In town again after a trip •to far >aw,ay places. They are mem- "bers of Uncle Sam's merchant ma- Tines, "who were not so long ago little known and unsung. Now their deeds In lighting Axis marauders •to deliver men and materials have -.given them a place In history. Orval 'is.'the son of Air. and Mrs. •Oliver iBa'Kken and John is the son >of Milford -Tfoldren and the grand- .son of Mrs. tJora Holdren. The boys enlisted together last fall and also stayed together during the eleven •week's training period in New York •City. DUrjng.that time Orval's picture 'Was used in a Merchant Ma- Tine' recruiting poster shown at one of the busiest spots in the world— 3Tlfth Avenue 'and Broadway. Sea .Freighter Duty After completing their -training •period the boys were sent out to :sea on freighter duty and after .serving there for a time, they were •transferred to army transport duty, •Which both of the boys Hke.* They Ihave Just Tfiturned from a trip to Jiorth, Africa Which took them two jnonths and eighteen days. Their port of entry, was Oran and they •were given ,a two week shore leave. The boys thought the Arabs were yefy dirty looking, but It appeared that the Americans had made friends with them. There were many French refugees from occupied . territories. They seemed to keep a little apart from the native population. At Oran they met a soldier from Dubuqtie who was juat back from the fighting front. Although they had never seen him before, they greeted him like a long lost brother because he, too, was from Iowa. •>' • . .. .. Ship In Bombing Raid Their ship was on duty In t Mediterranean for a time. The whole Voyage was not without Incident for their ship was subjected to, a bombing raid. The alarm was Sounded and it was found that the marauder was a lone enemy plane. The boys feel they were lucky In not running into more trouble than they did. Upon reaching New York once more the boys were granted two weeks leave at home. When asked how Algona looked to them. Orval replied, "Nothing ever looked better." Fur Coats Cleaned - Glazed Helmed - Altered Cold Storage *-* * Hare Your Winter CLOTH COATS and SUITS Cleaned Now FREE Storage C.' Phone 537 , MODERN Drj Cleaners & Tailor s •fi' ~ -*• •«',- \t *- •HOLMES'* CLOPTON Operators Must Keep Mileage, Gas Records It is learned from Fred C. Elslck, District Manager for the Office of Defense Transportation, Mason City, Iowa,' that Truck Operators are hot having noted on the hack of their Certificate of War Necessity, the record of the tire Inspec tion to be made by the Official Tin Inspector. This record is required, says Mr Eslick, in order that the operate may have this record for presenta tlon to the Ration Board when h wishes to purchase tires, also th Ration Board may refuse to releas gas coupons if the record is no kept. Many Operators Lax Mr. Eslick says , also that toe many operators are not keeplnj their mileage and gasoline record on. the back of their Certificates This must be done, Mr. Eslick says or those that not do so will hav difficulty In securing mileage am gasoline adjustments in the future Quarterly reports, which are t< be made by Fleet Operators, mus be filed with 'his Office, by May at Mr. Eslick advises. BROODER HOUSES Brooder Stoves and Chicks INSURED FOR FIRE, LIGHT NING AND W!ND —LOW RATES— LS. Bohannon Dep't Store. I will Cooperate in Algona's Voluntary Labor Program Name Address Phone... Farm Experience (Yes). (No) Clerical Experience — (Yes) _ (No)..._ Hours and time I would be available Compensation Expected I will volunteer my services to civilian defense work — (Yes)...-,. (No)... Preference of.Work ... Comments (Fill This Out and Send to Chanibafl of Commerce Office) IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - April 29-30, May 1 ^IT'STRIPIEACTIONI ,£! rf HOCKED TRAIL ,.* v'' »y» v !| > THREI mm' 'g m 10815 WOFF'LORRE r ,THEBOOGIEMA)i WIUGETYOU Loads of Laughs in a New Typ« of Howor Picture. TS A CflJLLEJR PH^HR! /Junior W Men" Serial SUJTD4Y, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDN|J* - May ''One Qt the Mo?t Powerful (Ptctwss I |?8Ve ifver geeR" MAN ilf Ktl 1 V f-AV WRAY m ^-l • \ _, Of- Mrs. R.U8«ell Plckett entertained the members of her Hobby Club at her "home Wednesday afternoon. Chot William* went to Chicago Sunday to join a group of Leuthold clothing men who arevpn a market trip. Mrs, Jane . Blossom of Biirt Is spending a few days in Algona with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller spent Easter at Estherville with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vdigt of Penton spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Voigt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigle. Bernard Wilson of take Mills spent Sunday in Algona where lie visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Harriet Keith, student at Morn- tngside College at Sioux City, is spending the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith. Harry Hargreavcs, who is employed In a war plant at Omaha, came home Monday to visit until Wednesday with his wife and family here. ' Lillian DIttmer of Haynes, N. D,, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Miss Dittmer Is a student at Iowa State College at Ames. ! Mrs. Thos. Kenefick and daughter, Naomi, of Eagle Grove spent Easter In Algona with their son and brother, Dr. J. M. KeneHck, and his family. Barbara Pool is spending her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pool. She is a student at State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and Herman Hauberg spent the first of the week in Minneapolis on a buy-* ing trip for the Foster and Chris- chilles stores. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan and daughter, Donna Jean, of Toledo, spent the Easter week-end in Algona with Mr. Cronan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Madden and daughter, Ann, spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese. The Maddens live at Armstrong and Mrs. Madden is Mr. Reese's niece, Mrs. Ellis MoWhorter is seriously ill at her home on east McGregor street. She has been bedfast for months, but her condition has become critical the last week or more. Mrs. Maude Free returned home Sunday' morning after a visit of several months with her daughter, Mrs. R. iL. Duncan at Westfleld, New Jersey. Mrs. Duncan is the former Esther Free. Mr. and Mrs. Allan; Buchanan of Sioux Falls, S."D., spent the weekend in' Algona-with the-former's parents,-Mrf-and ( Mrs. G.- S; -Bui chanan. Allan: is employed by the Metropolitan Insurance Co. ' Katherine -Van Ness, .who teaches in one of the Des Moines schools, spent the Easter week-end In Algona with her father, E. J. Van Ness. Katherine has signed a contract to teach in Algona next year. Nick Wiagner ran on ad to sell soybeans in last week's Upper Des Moines. He came in Friday morning to stop the ad and told us he had sold all the beans., and had calls for more coming from all over the county. Mrs. Charlotte Parsons and daughter, Phyllis, went to Des Moines for the week-end to visit their -daughter and sister, Mrs. Jack Hahn. Mrs. Parsons remained there and will visit for two weeks before returning home. Richard Lund is spending a short vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. . Richard will finish his pharmacy course at Drake University in Des Moines in September and. then expects to be inducted into the armed services. . Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman, Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Yeoman and daughter spent Easter Sunday at. Webster City in the Bernard Yeoman home. Cpl. and Mrs. Leslie Faber of Des Moines were also there. Mrs. Faber is the former Adra Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyan went to Dubuque on Monday where they attended the funeral of a relative of Les'. The little daughter, Sharon visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, while her parents were away. They returned Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frank Slratton spent thu week-end In Des Moines where she visited her sister, Mrs. Glen Johnson. Pfc. Johnson, who is in the army, was home for tb,e week-end. Mrs. Stratton and Mrs. Johnson are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will of Algona. Visitors on Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs. Frank Winkel were Mr. and Mrs. t>. J. Kutschara of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Easer of Des Moines, M. Beanblossom of Des Moines and Mrs. G. M. Christensen of LaCross, Wls. The women are all daughters of Krs. Winkel. Eileen Wingert, St. Cecelia Academy student, who makes her home with Mrs. R. B. Waller, spent the week-end at Wesley with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Wingert. Her brother, Gerald Wingert, was home from Sioux Falls, where he is studying for the priesthood. Mrs. Cora Relbhoff and daughter, Camilla, spent a few days in Des Moines last week Visiting the Roy Crawford family. Mrs. Crawford is also a daughter of Mrs. Reibhoff. Camilla, who was- having a two weeks' vacation, returned Tuesday to Minneapolis where she is a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gill of Omaha became the parents of their third child, a son born' April 23. This makes a family of one girl and two boys for them. The Gills formerly lived here. Mrs. Gill is the daughter of Mrs. Ethlyne Banker and a sister of Mrs. L. F. Rice. Mrs. Rice is expected home soon from Omaha, where she has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Larson arrived Sunday from Hutchison, Kansas, for a week's visit with Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown here and at Osage with Mr. Larson's parents. They brought with them the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stiles, who also live at Hutchison. Mrs. Larson is the former Margaret Brown, and both she and her husband work in a defense plant. Mrs. Stiles is Mrs. Larson's sister. Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, who has been making her home with Mrs. A. Hutchison the past few years, left Sunday for Odell, 111., where she was called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Pat Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Leach recently celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary. Both are well along in their eigh- H. 6. Waller spent the Easter week-end In Algona with hi* wife and family. Durwood Baker spent the Easter week-end with his mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker. He is a student at Iowa State College. Russell Buchanan is home from the State University of Iowa to await his call to the armed services. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Jock Chrl»chille8 returned Monday to Bclolt, Wis., after spending the Easter week-end in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hennings leave today for Fort Dodge, where they will make their home. Mr. Hennings will be employed in one of the mills there. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crilly went to Goldfleld Sunday where they visited Mrs. Amfahr's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Clue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devitt returned to their home in Algona last week after spending four months at St. Cloud, Fla. Mr. Devitt reports only three frosts while they were in Florida. Mrs. Elizabeth Manning was an Easter guest In the John McEnroe home. Mrs. Manning and her son operate the Manning Mortuary at) Sioux City. Mrs. Manning is a sis-| ter of Mrs. McEnroe's. Mary Ellen Halpln and Emma Jean Rlggenberg, students at Iowa State College at Ames spent the week-end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpin and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Riggenberg. Mrs. Harold Meyer and two sons of Holsteln spent Friday in Algona visiting with relatives and friends. They went on to Mrs. Meyer's' parents at LuVerne for'the week-end and Dr. Meyer joined them there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Mason City and -Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kuecker and children of Clear Lake spent Sunday with Mrs. Bessie Walker. Mr. Walker and Mrs. Kuecker are Mrs. Walker's son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. McComey and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hagg of Adel spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Anna Madson, and their sisters, Mrs. A. A. Fisher and Mrs. Heinle Stebritz. Mr. McCamey is awaiting his call to the army. > Patricia McEnroe returned Sunday to Sioux City after spending a week's vacation in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe. Patricia is a student at Briarcliff College, where she is taking public school music. Many of Mrs. Clara Klahr's friends were .pleased to see her attending church services Easter Sunday. Mrs. Klahr has made a remarkable recovery from a broken leg, the second such accident for her in about two years' time. Enid Fuller and Virginia DeWitt, both employed in Des Moines, spent jBctty Reynolds, student nurne at Mercy hospital In Des iMolnes, 13 home on a two week's leave of absence at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lyle Reynolds. Mrs. Ralph Etbert and the twin sons, Ronald and Donald, spent from Friday until Monday at Omaha where they visited Ralph, who is employed in a war plant there. Mrs. Elbert and the boys plan to move to Omaha when living facilities can be found. > Loren Courtney spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waited Cdttrthey. Loren Was en- route to Camp Davis, M. C., from Sheppard Field, Texas, and his travel time only allowed him the one day at home. He has been accepted for officer's training. Rev. C. C. Richardson went to LuVerne on Sunday and Livermore on Monday, where' as Moderator he conducted two Congregational meetings of Presbyterian churches there. Both (SntiftShes' Salfed Rev. Henry A? Sohmitt St Lafi ter, Wls., as thelf J»a*to$ afctt _ will serve both oHUfehesV ' r t Mr. and MM. John Parity #*„ «* Speiieef and Gerald fcdolf Whittemore s*peflt fiaster Sunday^ at the Ed Parks honie. Jtomj* Parks returned from Spencefr bit" Sunday after spending a few day*' there with his grandmother, Mfifc,, Ed Weaklen, and his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Parks, rff. h ties, but have continued to main- the week-end with Enid's parents, tain their own home. Mrs. Zltt- rjtsch's daughter, Mrs. Katherine Trecker, also lives in Odell. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Miller left Tuesday fbrcSah Francisco; where the former has employment in an aluminum factory. The Millers recently had a sale of their household ;gotfds and sold their home in'.'--the northwest part'of town to the city Their son, Merrill, will remain in Algona and stay-at the Chris Wal- lukait home until he finishes the school year, and will then join his parents. Their daughter, Leona, is employed in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Holtzbatier and son, Robert, Mrs. Wm. Barry arid Mary Cecelia Wingert returned 'Wednesday morning from Dubuque where they" attended the Reception Ceremony of Ruth Holtzbauer at Mount Loretto Convent. Having entered the Presentation Convent last August, Ruth has now received the religious habit and white veil of the order and is ready to begin her Novitiate. She will be known as Sister Mary Andrew Frances. Dr. J. I. (Ignatius) Wernert arrived here Monday morning^ from Pittsburg. He was called here by the serious illness of his father, Li. Wernert, who has been suffering from severe gall stone attacks. He recently received many bruises and a cut on 'his temple when he fell downstairs. At present he is somewhat improved, but recovery be slow due to advanced age. Dr. Wernert, a well known chemist, made the trip to Des Moines by plane. He reports It difficult to secure reservations for air travel due to war conditions. Ledyard Vicinity*hews Items Mrs, Rose Moulton is a patient In the General hospital at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were Algona business callers Saturday afternoon, Mr. ,and Mrs. William Wehzel of Swea City were guests at the August Sprank home. lArt Lindsay, Bancroft, has taken over the pool hall at Ledyard recently closed by Leo Reno, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pohnke and Margaret attended Confirmation services at Bricelyn Sunday afternoon, Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Olson of Buffalo Center were Friday evening visitors at the Ed Haiverson tome. Mrs. Clayton Rosebaro and children spent last week-end) with her parents, the Bonstads, at Wojdmg- "ort, 'Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brandt and son pf Hollandale, Minn., spent the week-end visiting haus home. the Paul Qel- Miss Marvella .Johnson will be he leader of (he Devotional meet« of the Towth Feliowahlp pn tbe ening of Ma,y ?nd. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B.ra.ndt"an4 son Qf,iHpllan4aje, Minn., are yislt- ng here with Mrs. Brandos sjster at the Paul Gelhaus borne- Weaver qf Buffalo Center and Mr, and Mrs. Albert Weaver of Dakota and John Mantbel attended. he fwejaj of an iinejle at P149P* Tiiet4i»y, e has been feomj on Jyde has tftirty days o decWp wb»t line 9! wQ*k he pre, ferg.. He is staying ft tbfr Qfrw Bahsehome. IferoW WWW , Mr. ud. Ite'^ \& f £L ~ day. Miss Hewitt, who taught here 12 years ago, is now teaching in Cedar Rapids and was home on her spring vacation. Mrs. L. C. Strand and Calvin were visitors at Mankato on Thursday. Phyllis Strand and Connie Garry, students at the business college at Mankato, returned home with them to spend their Easter vacation here. Mrs. Fred Bauman entertained the St. Paul Lutheran Missionary Society of Lakota on Wednesday afternoon. Ten- members answered roll calh Lunch was served to about tvventyiflve women and children. Proceeds were $1,85. Mrs. Alfred Busch and children went to Mankato Tuesday and brought home their four-months-old baby, who has been in the St. Joseph hospital the past ten days. Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mrs. A. T. Buckets of Lakota accompanied them, Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson that their eldest son, Milton Thompson of Morningslde, Sioux City, has .purchased them a new home near the College and Grace churph. Jt |s mod,ern throughout and has seven rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz and Virgil and Lou Nit? and Max-NUz and Mrs. Ralph Clark* 1 of Lakota went to Radcliff to visit an uncle, who. has been seriously HI but in improved. Herman Brandt accompanied, them to'Hubbard, where.he visited hi« father who, is confloed to his bed. * Among those, home over the JSjss- ter vacation wwe; Miss Margie "ibel, who is attending Waldorf illege at Forest City, visited at e home of her mother,'j Wtalted. «»% fefmf of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Mrs. Puller's sister, Mrs. Dave Logan of Spencer, concluded a weeks visit here Sunday and returned to her home. Peggy -Siegle is leaving for New York City on May 2 where she wil visit Pfc^F. E. Flaherty. :Sh& plans to make '_her home there for a couple of months. Miss Siegle is formerly of- Jamestown, N. D., anc has been employed for the past year at the Algona Coffee Shopr Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy and Robert and Cynthia spent the weekend with Mrs. Hardy's parents in Minneapolis. Mr. Hardy is a salesman for the Northland Electric Supply Co. out. of Minneapolis and they remained there on business Monday, returning here Tuesday. Mrs. F. W. Dlngley returned last week from Des Moines, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Nugent. Sunday of laat week she accompanied the Nugents to Milwaukee, Wis., where Mrs. Nugent is taking a few weeks' rest at the Sacred Heart Sanitarium for the benefit of her health. Betty Scanlan, junior student at the state university, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan. She went to Ankeny Sunday -where she and three other schoolmates will be employed in the personnel department of the ordnance plant during thei-r week's spring vacation. Mrs. J. C. Buthman is at Spencer where she is attending 1 a conference of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church. She went for the, executive board conference Wednesday and the general meeting to> day (Thursday). Rev. Buthman is to go to Spencer tonight to help with the installation ceremonies. Air. and Airs. Elson Fischer am the parents of their second child born Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. The .new baby is a daughter and they have one other child, a son. Mr. Fischer's mother, Mrs. E. Fischer of Marshall, Mo., is visit- ng here. Mr. Fischer is Boy Scout executive for the Prairie Gold Area. The Bed Cross Sewing rooms ocated upstairs over the Iowa State Bank will be open again Monday afternoon with work on children's ied jackets, The rooms which have }een closed for a short time because of lack of materials, will now >e»'open every afternoon, Monday :hrough Saturday, from one until five o'clock. Mrs. O. B, Alurtagh, Mrs. Walter £emply, Mrs.' Hugh Colwell, Mrs. ?red Gelgle, Mrs. A. L. Huenhold, Vtrs. Lawrence Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigle, Mrs. George 3onklin, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fair- janks and the Rev, and Mrs. O. C. Richardson were among the Algona >eople attending, the meetings of :he Presbytery and Presbyteral at 3urt Wednesday. Mrs, Richard Sheldon left Sim- day for Chicago, where she will oin her husband for the next three nonths while" he is taking a course n electrical engineering. Richard, Who was formerly employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines, was inducted Kntp the army 'the middle of February, and for a tone was stationed a( Belialr, AU Mrs. Sheldon is tbe former Mary Ellen Ander- Andersoh. , Bob of Mr. and Mra. Joe I* _. at j>ub«<jue, a»3 Betty KoWh&aa, teacher at Swaled-aJe, th^ E^aster i$reek;-em| w^th -parents, Mr. mi tfn, PWl Another daughter. Anji^ oloved at raorfollc. came Jf*^»«fW ^— ^^S**^**#pCI "WiM? „, , }atf»d,lnf to ,yfift ft« a, : «)f WJ.fe'ii^.Jii* $$m bW* ir work with *"*> MAtmndlitan ** »**? v ^#?2* **i*S w^%|*w^R5^»CT ——^ g^ pi^"™*'—-141 SUPER MORE for your food dollar ! JOIN IN THE MONEY-SAVING! FOOD STORES CAKE FLOUR SWANSDOWN PKG/ 4£{y* RATIONED OR (HON-RATIONED, QUALITY FOODS ARE STILL YOBR BEST INVESTMENT. 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