The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1943
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the Algana Upper DCS rVfoines, Algom, Iowa, May 6,1943 SWEA CITY GIRL'S HUSBAND CITED, PRACTICAL IDEA Swea City—Mrs. Holger Peter- Bon, the former Laila Berg, and young son of Kansas City, are visiting at the Andrew Berg home, Her husband, Holger Peterson, an employee in the Pratt-Whitney Aircraft plant in Kansas City, recently won distinction there for a practical idea. A clipping from a Kansas City paper sets outs in detail how he met the situation when his supply of etchograph points was exhausted. Having noticed that the high tension copper cable which electricians had been installing overhead looked to be the same thickness and quality as the short bits used as etchograph points he asked permission to try the cable as a substitute. He then sharpened a piece of the cable and installed it in the machine. It worked. Also, because o£ the extra length, it lasted ten times as Ions;. Says the Kansas City paper: "With Peterson's etching point installed, work in the department has gone forward for more than ten days, and, although at last reports an order for regular points had not been delivered, Peterson was not worried. He has a well guarded hoard of copper scrap cable, plus a pledge from the electrician force to save all the odds and ends of the cable for him." SENIOR CLASS PLAY WELL ATTENDED FRIDAY EVENING The senior class play Friday night was well received and well attended. Ticket sales amounted to $85. The cast included Reuben Holcomb, Inez Larson, Kathryn Tweeter, Dorothy Linde, Floyd Gabel, Mary Tish, Phyllis Anderson, Lowel Larson, Frederick Slaghund and Doloris Kolbach. Mrs. Gordon Nielsen, the former Miss Pye, was the play director. PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN REGISTER IN ROUND-UP Registration of children who will start school next September •was held at the school house Wednesday, May 5th. The children were given a free health examination by Dr. J. R. Forbes. This round-up of pre-school children is sponsored by the local P. T. A. Mrs. Albin Ewing is the round-up chairman. 20,000 BUSHELS SEALED CORN TO CHICAGO STORAGE About 20,000 bushels, the last of the 1941 government stored com at the Swca City elevator, was shipped to Chicago last week. The corn brought 92V 2 c a bushel for No. 2 grade and had been sealed at around 65c. Harry Larson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson, is home on leave. Harry is in the navy. Mrs. John E. Anderson visited Florence Alberts, linotype operator at Estherville, from Thursday The Swea City high school won both ball games last week against Seneca Tuesday and Fenton on Thursday, Elmer Swanson, who is taking training for flying at Brookings, S. D., was a Sunday visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sawnson. Mrs. Peter Looft and daughter. Amanda, left last week for an extended visit with Mrs. Munson, the former Ruth Looft, at Hubbard. Mr. Munson, a veterinarian, has been called for army service. The Rev. S. H. Anderson of the Baptist church, left Tuesday for New Richmond, Wis., where he will conduct a two weeks' Evangelistic service. Mrs. Anderson will have charge of the services here Sunday, May 9. Pfc. Oran Beck, son of Mrs. Gertrude Beck, was graduated from the armament school at Lowry Field, near Denver, April 17. Oran was inducted at Camp Dodge last December 12 and received his basic training at St. Petersburg, Florida. The Ladies' Guild will meet on Friday afternoon, May 7. Hostesses are Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Wm. Moore and Mrs. Chauncey Waterbury. New officers will be installed by Mrs. Walter G. Smith and the Mothers and Daughters program will be led by Mrs. Andrew Berg. HENRY WOLF, 51, FORMER WESLEYAN BURIED SATURDAY Wesley — Funeral services for Henry Wolf, 51, of Corwith, were held here in St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. L. N. Klein said the requiem high mass. Mr. Wolf died Tuesday morning, April 27, in the University hospital at Iowa City following a lingering illness. Mr. Wolf was born at Mt. Palatine, 111., August 19, 1891. He came to Wesley with his parents in 1900 where he attended the parochial school. For a while he was employed at the Kunz Elevator, leaving that work to take up structural steel work. In 1917 he was united in marriage to Miss Mabel Keeney at Weyawega, Wis. Twelve children were born to this union. They ar«: Staff Sgt. Henry H. Wolf of Camp Blanding, Fla.; Pfc. LeRoy Wolf, a marine in the South Pacific area; Mrs. (June) Donald Anderson of ihicago; Pvt. Neal Wolf of Hoffman, N. C.; Jo Anne of Los An- eles, Calif.; and Robert, Douglas, ,ee, Mary Lou, Patricia and Charles at home. One son, Louis, age 2 years, died about 12 years ago. Besides his children he is survived by his widow, his father, frank Wolf; brothers and sisters, Adam at Wesley; Julius in British Columbia; Mrs. (Esther) Will Vlayer of St. Benedict; Louis T., Houston, Texas; Otto at home; Mrs. (Laura) Urban Hommerding of Kimball, Minn.; Leander, Fireman 1-c, South Pacific; Mrs. (Her- ,ula) Clare Wingert, Wesley, and Pfc. Harold Wolf, Camp Hood, Texas. One brother, Cornelius, and a sister, Frances, preceded him in death. ' Relatives who attended the funeral from a distance were his son, Staff St. Henry Wolf and wife of Florida; his daughter, Mrs. June Anderson of Chicago; Mrs. H. S. Keeney and Mrs. Carl Deitrich of Weyawega, Wis.; Mrs. J. E. McDonald, Villa Park, and Pfc. Donald Anderson of Dyersville, Tenn ; Pfc. Harold Wolf; Tech. 5th Grade Louis Wolf; Urban Hommerding of Kimball, Minn.; Ray Hommerding, Watkins, Minn., and Jake Wolf of Bancroft. ?"!! bearers Were the deceased's four brothers, Louis, Otto, Harold and Adam and two brothers-in- law, Urban Hommerding and Will Moyer. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery here. The Wolf family lived on a farm southwest of Wesley before moving to Corwith some years ago. Read The Want Ads—It Pays MRS. BEtfTON, OF WESLEY, SUFFERS FROM PARALYSIS Wesley — Mrs. Wallace Benton suffered a paralytic stroke Friday evening. Sunday evening she wos taken to the General' hospital in Algona. She had another stroke that evening. Virginia Benton of Cleveland, Ohio, came Sunday; Mrs. (Audra) Don White of Des Moines, Mrs. (Mildred) Joe Matern of Haegler, Nebr., and Mrs. (Irma D.) A. R. Kissack of Hayward, Calif., all carte over the week-end to see their Mother. Miss Mayme McNamee of Dubuque, a sister of Mrs. Benton'a, came Saturday. CLASS OF 18 RECEIVE FIRST HOLY COMMUNION A class of 18 little boys and girls received their First Holy Communion in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday at the 8 o'clock mass. They were Dean Ricke, Roger Daughan, John Goetz, Kay Olson, Merlin Studer, Conrad Wingert, Roger Wingert, Elizabeth Becker, Mary Ann Eggert, Irene Foertsch, Ruth Mary Froelich, Lucille Goelz, Helen Smith, June Adel West, Rosemary Yegge, Lois Goetz, Bernice Goetz and Adeline Molecek. The flower carriers were Audra Haverly, Darlene Lickteig, John Youngwirth and Thomas Forburger. Mike Floyd of Mason City visited relatives and friends here over the week-end. Mrs. Mary Meurer of Whittemore visited at the home of her son, Joe Meurer, Friday. Mrs. Leo Bleich has been rehired to teach the No. 7 rural school in Buffalo township. The Maynard Oelke family of Blue Earth, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Sam Alne home. Students of Sister Margaret Mary gave a musical recital in the auditorium Sunday high school evening. The American Legion Auxiliary and the American Legion met on Monday evening. Mrs. Leo Bleich was hostess. Mrs. Rufus Johnson of Battle Creek, Mich., came this week to visit her mother, Mrs. Susan Lease and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 'Will Fritz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hop- tins were Sunday dinner guests at the Ihno Gerdes home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin went to Holmes Thursday where they attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Ole Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ward and son of Algona moved last week into the Joe Studer residence. He > working for Herman Bode. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan of Clear Lake were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lael Root, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, Audra and Paul and Mrs. Haverly's mother, Mrs. Matt Laux, visited relatives in Bancroft Sunday. John F. Kunz of Madison, Wis., spent a few days lately at the Julius Kunz home. He is' a son of Mrs. Ruth Kunz, former Wesley resident. Mrs. Johanna Hansen and her daughter, Mrs. Paul Engen, went to Rochester Saturday night, where Mrs. Hansen treatment. received medical Mrs. Joe Meurer taught Prairie Twp. No. 3 rural School this week. Miss Marie Erpeldlng, Algona, regular teacher has been sick with the measlei. Ethel Plom spent the week-end in Rochester, Minn., Visiting her mother, a patient in the hospital there, and her sister, Ann, who has been with her mother. Jerry Aldrich, son Of Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich of the Army Air Corps, is now in Alaska with a photo-mapping squadron. He had been at a camp in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern and two children of Thornton spent RECEPTION FOR REV. BOHI, GRANT CHURCH SUNDAY Grant—A reception was held at the Grant M. E. church Sunday for Rev. Bohi. After the morning services and Sunday School a picnic lunch was served, in the church basement. The following program Was given in the afternoon: Readings, Mrs. V. A. Barrett and Wanda -••- -----, , -r . .. ». Patterson; duet, Miss Neve and the week-end here at t the Mrs ; | Miss o , Neil; Sol0i Mrs . O i en Mlllo; duet, Marilyn and Maribell6 Mina, accompanied by their mother. Mrs. Leonard Mino, on the piano; chorus of Opal and Reva Work, Evelyn Angle, Miss O'Neil, Miss Neve, Elizabeth Matern and Leo West homes. Mrs. Matern has been sick. Pfc. Harold Wolf returned to Camp Hood, Texas, Tuesday. He had spent a furlough at his par- rt ,, eic , JV uaa u»cn, moa nw^, ental Frank Wolf home. He also Melvin Hutchinson, Emerson and attended the funeral of his j o hn Kelly and Orville Work, with brother, Henry. iMrs. V. A. Barrett at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer took. their son, Junior, Stanley Studer MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER and Robert Kirkpatrick to Mil- FOR MRS. FARRINGTON ford last week where they attend) Eighteen neighbors attended a LaSalette College. They had spent miscellaneous shower in honor of their Easter vacation here. home of her son. Don Ward and A turned to Kansas Mrs. Chester Farrington at the Mrs Jule Seiler and Mrs - s - G - Holm home Friday aft- icr mother, Mrs. Kath- ernoon. The afternoon was spent drove to Havfleld Playing Bingo and prizes were drove to Hayneia, £ w £ rd | d to « he winners> A coffee table and magazine rack were } the bride as a gift group. A two•KT..«U~:«.* *••* ^UUIDC iuiit.ii we»o served by trie Nuehnng re- hostesses ; Mrs . w . o . Briggs, Mrs. Otto Kelly, Mrs. W. L. Reynolds', visit- Mrs. City Sunday. They had spent a week with the George Wards and Herman Nueh- rings. Mrs. Nuehring, who came with them, stayed for a longer visit at the parental George Waid home. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer entertained at four tables of 500 Sunday niht Mr. and Mrs. Eischeid of Algona were assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward received high score family prize, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, travel and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, low. Henry Arndorfer, Jr., spent the past week at his parental, Henry Doris Briggs and Marjorie Holm. Mrs. Farrington is Rosemarie Lundeen the former of Omaha, Nebr., The couple is living on the bridegroom's farm, where they are farming with his father. Frank Nitz moved Morris Lein's house onto the farm he will run this year. Grace Johnson spent several days last week visiting her sister in Elmore. Rose Mary Schmall of Nashua visited last week at the Mrs. Rose Reynolds home. Arndorfer home. He is a radio! Mrs. operator for the government and visited ... has been in Alaska and Canada. David Farrow home. Mable Mina and Sunday evening Harold at the Henry and his sister, Delores, 'who !s doing stenographic work in Mason City, were Friday evening dinner guests at the I. Eisenbacher lome. Edna Mae Redfield, teacher of Home Economics and science at Woden accompanied Ruth Mary Eisenbacher, primary teacher at Woden, here Friday night. Saturday, Miss Redfield went to Spencer, returning that evening. The ladies went to Woden Sunday evening to attend the baccalaureate sermon. Mrs. George Kemper and Mrs. Will Hauptly entertained the members of their 500 club Sunday evening. The men were guests. Mrs. I. Eisenbacher and Vincent Eisenbacher won high score prizes and Mrs. V. Eisenbacher and Joe Studer, low. The Albert Girards and V. Eisenbachers will entertain the group Sunday evening, May 16, at the Girard home. Eighth grade graduation exercises for the parochial school will be held after the early mass Sunday, May 9. The graduates are Alvin Becker, LeRoy Seller, David Kleinpeter, Fabian Wingert, Harry Stalzer, Donald Olson, Dennis Haverly, Jeannine Studer, Rose Studer, Ruth Mary Vitzthum, Irene Hanig, Theresa Lorenz, Ruth Hauptman, Rosemary Foertsch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family visited Friday evening at the Frank Deim home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Waterbury and daughter visited Sunday evening at the Earl Patterson home. The monthly meeting of the Grant M. E. church board met at the Leonard Mino home Friday evening. Bruce Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Smith of Lakota, was baptized Easter Sunday at the Grant M. E. church. Corp. Norman Boever of Camp Shelby, Miss., arrived Monday evening for a 12-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever. Mrs. Ely Anderson, Mrs. Wallace Reynolds, Mrs. Clyde Anderson and Mrs. Harvey Graham were business callers in Elmore Thursday. Mrs. Ira W. Spainhour, Delores and Edward, of Chicago, are visiting relatives near Swea City. Mrs. Spainhour is the former Edith Hammond, a graduate of Grant Alice Richtsmeier, Leon and Kenneth Forburger. Ber'ger Ottosen Community News Once a Week... Every Week. VISIT YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALER Your Phillips 66 Dealer considers it a patriotic duty to help you Care for your Cur jor your Country. But he can't do his part unless you do yours . .. unless you bring your car in for inspection regularly. Drive in at your Phillips Dealer's every week. Let the Phillips Service Man check your tires, radiator, battery and lubrication. Take advantage of all the services he offers to help make your car last longer and go farther. Mrs. Merle Faulk returned home from Camp Pickett, Va., after spending some time visiting her husband there. Mrs. Merle Faulk was called to Fort Dodge Sunday by the serious illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Delbert Varing. Mrs. Hannah Hansen was honored at a birthday party at her home Saturday afternoon by relatives and friends. Ronald Vinaas of the U. S. Army came Monday from Tampa, Fla., on a furlough to be spent at the James Vinaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and Donald of El Reno, Okla., came Friday for a two weeks vacation at he Oliver Kinseth home. Charlotte Jacobson returned rom the General hospital in Al- ;ona on Saturday, having been ,here a few days for treatment. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee was baptized Terry Dennis in the Lutheran church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl were sponsors. Word has been received of the marriage of Farrell Enockson of And the next time you're ready to turn in a gas ration coupon, remember this: No matter how little gas you use, the chances are you can't buy teller gas at regular price thar. you get at the familiar Orangf and Black Phillips 66 pump. FOR VICTORY... Buy U.S. War Savings Bonds and Stamps —HOURS OF SERVICE Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri 7:30 a-m--6=30 p.m. Saturday 9 ;0 ° a.m.-9:00 p.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m.-l:00 p.m. AMENDED ORDER NO. 62 PROHIBITS US FROM GIVING CREDIT TO ALL HOLDERS OF A, B AND C CARDS AUTHORIZED O. P. A. TIRE INSPECTION STATION HARMS SUPER SERVICE STATION State and Phillips Sts. Frank Haldeman, Attendant Harms Oil Co., Distributors John N. Thiil, Agent phone 74 — Algona a musical play, of the Painted Laurens to Catherine Gorman oi Clarion at Minneapolis, Minn., on Sunday, April 25. The P. T. A. met at the school house Tuesday night. The program highlights were The Wedding Doll," and a WAAC from Des Moines as speaker. There were also other numbers. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church parlors Friday with Mrs. Chet Alme and Mrs. Mike Coyle as hostesses. Mrs. Clyde Bavinder read scripture. An article was read by Mrs. Van Buskirk. Rev. Schneck gave a report i the Presbyterian meeting at Burt. A quilt was tied for the Red Cross at this meeting. The L. R. C. met at the Presbyterian church parlors Thursday afternoon. There was sewing for the Red Cross. The program consisted of a solo by Muriel Zimmel and music by Barbara and Ma_ri- lyn Long. Mrs. Will Bennett was voted in as a new member. Plans were made for the Mothers' Day program at the church Thursday, May 6. A pot-luck lunch was served. high school. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Rose Reynolds home were Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Belken and family of Otteson, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lutter and Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reynolds. Mrs. Otto Kelly and four ladies from Swea City accompanied Rev. Bohi to Spencer Thursday, where they attended the third annual meeting of of the W. S. C. S. Northwest Iowa Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise attended a dinner Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Govern home near Titonka, in honor of Pfc. Hubert Govern of Camp Barkley, Texas. Hubert left Sunday evening from Mason City for camp. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Kelly home were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond'Picht and daughter of Bancroft and Mrs. Gerald Picht of Sioux City. Supper guests at the Kelly's were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and boys of Crystal Lake and Mrs. Myhr's mother of Dows, Iowa. BURT NEWS The Fortnightly Club will meet Triday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Jremmel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier and VIrs. Harry Mitchell and daugh- er were Sunday dinner guests at he Rudy Haack home in Algona. The Lutheran Aid Society meets Thursday afternoon in the church basement with Mrs. Henry Wiener Florence Rath, Burt, Has Part In Play Florence Rash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash, has been selected for one of the leading parts in the Soring Festival of the National College of Education, to be held in Harrison Hall, Evanston, 111., on Friday evening, May 14, and Saturday afternoon. RESOLUTION FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS WEEDS To All Property Owners: BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 131, Acts of the 47th General Assembly, it is hereby ordered: 1. That each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County, shall cut, burn, or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds thereon, as defined in this chapter, at such times in each year and in such manner as shall prevent saic weeds from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth oi any other weeds as shall render the streets or highways adjoining said land unsafe for public travel Noxious weeds shall be cut or otherwise destroyed on or before the following dates and as often thereafter as is necessary to prevent seed production: Group 1. June 1-15, 1943, for Leafy Spurge, Perennial Pep- pergrass, Sour Dock, Smooth Dpck, Sheep Sorrel. Group 8. June 15-30, 1943, for Canada Thistle, Russian Knap- weed, Buckhorn, Wild Mustard. Group 3. July 1-15, 1943, for Field Bindweed, Wild Carrot. Group 4. July 15-30, 1943, for Horse Nettle, Perennial Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Butter- Print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur. 2. That each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County infested with any primary noxious weeds including quack grass perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, field bind weed, horse nettle leafy spurge, perennial pepper- grass, Russian knapweed, shall adopt a program of weed destruction, prescribed by the Weed Commissioner, which in 5 years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under control such infestations of said primary noxious weeds. 3. That all weeds other than primary noxious weeds, on al county trunk and local county roads, and between the fence lines thereof shall be mowed by the ad joining property owner, to preven seed production, on or before Juli 15, 1943. 4. That if the owners or person in possession or control of any land in Kossuth County fail tc comply with the foregoing orders the Weed Commissioner shal cause this to be done and the ex pense of said work, including cost of serving notice and other costs if any, to be assessed against th land and the owners thereof. 5. That the County Auditor be and is hereby directed to cause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing order by one publication in each of the official newspapers of the county. J8 and Mrs. Henry Schf&edW as hos- tessed. v , Mfs. trVlft C"fonk returned to her 1 home at Armstrong Thursday at- tef spending a Couple Of day! At the home of her sister, MM. Joe Hfgglns. Mrs. Art Leason and Mrs. Bertha Koestlef visited Lydla Meyer, who is in the hospital at,Buffalo Center following an Operation, Sunday, They found her getting along. ^,. Iff hanw W the 19th Anniversary 6f Mr, tkhd Mrs. God frey Geilehfeld-the I. W. Hartsefis, Fred Habegers and Mr. and Mrs, Jay D. Graham and Helen spent Friday evening at the Geilenfeid home. The affair wfls a surprise.' Carol Reynolds spent the week* end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, A. Bellinger, in Algona, .The weine* Streuchers and Mrs, «at s t - homi ana Ca*6l eattie theiit. ' ' ••, A Christ! held 'at the local *** About from the north half Dodge Presbytei? we ed. The women of the served suppet. . f the Fat Cattle READY? Would like to see them. N. J. BROWN CATTLE BUYER Geo* A. Hormel * &Co. Please drop me a line at Hotel Algona giving the number and approximate weight of your cattle. territory week of May 16th VV.E S AiVT > 0 U M 0 N [ V FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 7-8 rSWINESAP APPLES LARGE SIZE GREEN TOP — BUNCH s yj CARROTS 5c I JrJI FRESH CRISP SOLID RADISHES, v,, 5 C TENDER GREEN FRESH ASPARAGUS LB 25° ,TENDER WAXED RUTABAGAS 3,,25c Bl MilTIUP TIM!? 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