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The Altfotia Upper Des Mdift6$, Algona, Jowa, May 6, 1943 CiRLS ENTERTAIN it OftJ 6f the social highlights o< the Irvlhgtoh 4-H girls' club ac- ilvitles fof the year was the Mother's Day party held Friday 'evening with Miss Donna Chamberlain as host&S, the mothers ibelng the girls' guests. The program committee consisting of Shir- lejr Weber and Margaret Hansen, was In charge of the entertainment which consisted of Mother's Day poems and quiz games, after •which the 1 regular business meet- Ing was conducted by the president, Shirley Weber. Late in the evening a very dainty lunch was served. Guests other than the mothers were Mrs. Geo. Sharp and daughter, Donna, >Laura Jean Hansen and her mother, Mrs. Harold Hansen, Mrs. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons. Present club members are: 'Laura Jeau Barr, t Vrley and Margaret Hansen, hirley Weber, Helen Christensen, Donna Chamberlain, Donna Cun- njrigham, Faye Krause and Shirley Capesius. One unique feature of this organization Is the duplication of girls names, there being three gifls whose given name is Donna and also the same number responding, to Shirley. Newton Faylor has been discharged from the army, -having reached the age limit and has secured an agricultural deferment. Rev. C. C. Richardson of the Algona Presbyterian church conducted services last Sunday in the local church and will continue to do so^for some time. The death of Louis Stumbo, 70, occurred recently at Fort Dodge. Mr. Stumbo was the father of Mrs. Laura Bockes, who lived in this vicinity several years ago, and was fatally burned to death. The annual guest day of the Plum Creek Woman's club wiir oe held next Wednesday at the Plum Creek Center school. Mrs. Carl Hutchins is program chairman Iiid Mrs. Elsie Jenkins has charge of the menu. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox of Stewartville, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jaeger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .Utzke of Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller .-of Burt. Mrs. Jaeger and Mrs. Utzke are daughters" of the Chas. Coxs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons and family visited Sunday With Mrs. Parsons father. Matt Kelley. who resides with his daughter, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, at St. Benedict. Mrs. Parson's brother, Homer Kelley, of North Hollywood, Calif,, is here visiting friends and relatives after an absence of twelve years. Algona Zone Walther League Holds Meet At Mallard Sunday Fenten—The Algona Zone Walther League Rally was held Sunday afternoon and evening at Mallard. The meeting opened with scripture and prayer by Rev. Mack of West Bend. The Rev. C. E. Aulick of Fort Dodge, district representative, discussed the Loyalty Membership Endeavor. The offer- Ing of the day was set aside for the army and navy commission. Plans were discussed for the Walther League Camp, to be held August 16-23, and the district convention August 28 and" 29, at Okoboji. It was decided that a zone Junior Counsellor be elected. Officers elected were as follows: President, Rev. Wittenberg of Lu- Verne; vice president, Bob Bloomer of Livermore; secretary, Dorothey Dreyer of Fen ton; treasurer, Edith Bell of West Bend; Junior Counsellor, Rev. Richman of Burt. Following the business meeting a pot-luck supper was served, fol- loWed by. entertainment with the Mallard League in charge. Then vespers and an open forum on "The Golden Opportunities of Our 50th Year." A discussion was held on these subjects: The History of the Walther League, Esther Hinrichs of Mallard; Membership, Raymond Zinnel of West Bend; Army and Navy Program, Rev. C. E. Aulick of Fort Dodge; Christian Knowledge, Rev. A. F. Rehde of Fairville; Adapting Our Program to the Conditions of War, Gilbert Schmidt of Mallard. Members of the local League were in atendance. FIRE DESTROYS BROODER MOUSE, CHICKS AT FENTON ,fenton— Fire completely destroyed a brooder house and about 500 chicks, nearly 8 weeks old, on the W. J. Weisbrod farm Saturday night, the flre was discovered by neighbors coming home from town around 10:30. The Fenton flre truck was called and with the help of the crowd that had gathered the flames were kept from another brooder house containing 380 chickens. Another house was partially damaged. It is thought that the high wind caused the kerosene brooder stove to work irregular, resulting in the flre. The loss was partly covered by insurance. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfleld of near Swea City, visited Sunday at the Alvin Zumachs. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Ringsted were Sunday guests at the E. C. Fauerby home. Mildred Goetsch of Des Moines spent the week-end at the parental George Goetsch home. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Cotton of Lone Rock were Sunday afternoon callers at the W. J. Weisbrods. Mrs. Ed Reimers and son spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holmes, at Humboldt. * Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Watson and daughter, Sandra Rae, of West Bend visited at the parental John Gramenz home Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiem'an and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and David were Sunday guests of the Lloyd Bartletts at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and family of Ringsted and Mrs. J. B. Hansen were dinner guests Sunday at the George Goetschs. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kluss and son, Willis, of Gait came Saturday evening and visited until Sunday evening at the parental Fred Kluss home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice, of Fort Dodge, visited relatives and friends here and at Whittemore Sunday. They were dinner guests at the Fred Kluss home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schneider and family of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bukema and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hartman and son, John Henry, were all Sunday dinner guests at the H. W. Schneider home. Legion and Auxiliary Officers Set Out J\ew Service Flag Regulations Mrs. Walter Dacken and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kain and family of Algona were Sunday, dinner guests at the L. H. Riedel home. CLEAN UP MONTH By authority of the City Council, the month of May has been designated as "Clean Up and Paint Up" <> month, i \jtiJS / • ~ «•• It is urged upon all of our citizens that despite our all out, war efforts the matter of civic pride must tjfnp't be forgotten or overlooked. Algona must be kept 7 the "best dressed town .in-Northern Iowa." Citizens are urged to clear up and haul away all ashes, refuse and debris from their premises and, in- so far as is possible under war conditions, to add a fresh coat of paint to store fronts and homes. Frank Kohlhaas Mayor of the-City of Algona. In - laws, sweethearts, cousins and close friends must not, under government regulations, display service flags for individuals. Tha privilege is reserved for members of the immediate family. Since there has been confusion in general regarding the proper service flag and its rightful display, a look at the act of congress passed last Oct. 12, is the best way to settle questions. The flag, itself, shall have a white fleld with a red border—the red to match the red of Old Glory A blue star—or as many blue stars as there are individuals of THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY in service —can be placed within the border Gold Star If the individual represented by the star is killed or dies in service, a smaller gold star may be affixed over the blue star so that the blue forms a border for the gold. There should be no printing, no cartoon, no photograph, no slogan on the flag. There should be no mark of specific branch of service—such as "NAVY" or "ARMY. 1 Other than the simple stars, there is one exception. Organizations, such as civic clubs, firms, schools, and other organizations may represent the membership oi their group in service by a single ST. JOE NEWS St. Josephs music pupils gave a music recital in St. Josephs Hall on Wednesday evening, May 5th. Sunday, May 9th, will be First Communion Day in St. Joseph's church. High Mass will be at 8 o'clock; f •.,.. ..'. i-*-,,. >..'•... •/*.. Mrs) Leonard Thllges, formerly of here but now of Algona, is a patient at the Kossuth hospital with pneumonia. Pfc. Clarence Frederis arrived I here last Monday from Camp Shelby, Miss., for a 12-day furlough with relatives and friends. [ Anna Kupper of Lindsay, Texas, arrived here last Friday for a visit at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Miss Kupper is a sister of Mrs. Fuhrmann. Pvt. Alysious Gales arrived here from Camp Roberts, Calif., for a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales, and other relatives and friends. The Junior-Senior banquet and banquet dance was given in St. Joseph's Hall on 'Thursday, April 29th. The Rhythm Club of Algona furnished the music for the dance. Delmar Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Delmar is a senior in St. Joseph's school. Pvt. Martin Thilges returned to Lincoln, Nebr., where he is stationed, after a 15-day furlough here with his . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, and other relatives and friends. star with an Arabic numeral below. Out THE SILVER STAR HAS NO PLACE on the flag. Early in the war, some persons used silver stars to designate an individual overseas. Others used them for "missing" or for wounded service men. But the silver star was RULED OUT. The flag for the immediate family may be displayed properly, by mother, father, sister, brother, wife, husband, daughter or son of the person in the services. The law permits and the regulations call for "a service lapel button or pin having the same design and the SAME RESTRICTIONS as to display of the flag. Rules The rules for display of the service flag follow: 1. When displayed from a staff in a church or public auditorium— if displayed from the chancel or on the speaker's platform — the flag of the United States will occupy the position of honor at the speaker's right—to the left for the audience. The service flag will be on the speaker's left, as he faces the audience. 2. Displayed a'gainst a wall with the flag of the United States, Old Glory will be on the right—the flag's own right—and its staff will be in front of the service flag's staff. 3. The service flag, when no flown from a staff, mifst be displayed flat—that is, not wrinkled or draped—and it must NOT be hung at an angle. It can hang vertically, that is, with its lengtl up and down, or horizontally— crosswise. However, it must be placed so that one point of the star is 'uppermost. If it has 'more than one star, the point of the top star should be uppermost. Cautions Cautions regarding display of ;he service flag declare that it must never be used as a covering :or statutes, monuments, etc., in unveiling exercises. It should never ;ouch anything beneath it, such as floor, ground, window sill, or merchandise. Other cautions include warning against use of the service flag draped or festooned or drawn back n folds. It must never be used as a covering for a ceiling. It shall not be used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying or delivering anything. It. must not be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. The regulations say the service flag shall not be embroidered on such articles as cushions, pillows, handkerchiefs—or printed or impressed on paper napkins, tablecloths, boxes, or anything that is designed \for temporary use and discarded. It shall not be part of any athletic uniform. Destroying WHEN A SERVICE FLAG IS IN SUCH CONDITION THAT IT NO LONGER IS A FITTTING EMBLEM FOR DISPLAY, it will be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning. NEWLYWEDS AT SWEA-EAGLE ARE PARTY GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson were honored guests Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath. Relatives brought a picnic dinner and left many Useful gifts for the bridnl couple. In the late afternoon Mr. Anderson treated the crowd to ice cream. Relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser and daughter Betty, Mrs. C. Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Martha Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and children, Rita and Merlin Hulbert, all of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath and Leila Rut- leage of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard and children of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath of Luverne and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reidle and children of Burt. Mrs. Anderson, before her marriage April 25, was Bernice Rath. She was a graduate of Swea City high school, class of '42. The past year she has worked in Fairmont, Minn. Her husband is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Anderson, Grant township, where he helps his father farm. The couple will live in a tenant house on the farm. * * * Mrs. Clyde Anderson was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday night, May 4, at the Harry Linde home. Fifty ladies present left many gifts. After a social time lunch was served. Hostesses were Mesdames Harry Linde, Frank Isaacson, Chas. McElwee, C. F. McGregor, J. E. Harner and Emil Larson. Sgt. Ellis Jongberg of Camp Barkley, Texas, returned Saturday after a two weeks furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg. Mrs. Holgar Peterson and small son, Garry, of Kansas City, Mo., came last week for a few weeks visit at the home of her parents, the Andrew Bergs. Ledyard Vicinity hews Items The Red Cross meets on Friday at 1:30 o'clock at the school house. All come prepared to sew. Myrtle and Florence Klocke of Waterloo are spending several days here with their sister, Mrs. Frank Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and children visited Wednesday evening at the Pete Ehler home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nitz and son, Virgil and Florence and Myrtla Klocke were Fairmont shoppers Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn visited at the Twin Cities with their sou, Lawrence, over the week-end. Lawrence attends college in St. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo , Anderson celebrated their son, Donald Lee's first birthday. Those attending were Mrs. Paul Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. Anderson and Donald spent last Saturday and Sunday visiting at the letter's parental J. C. Tysend home at Waterville. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel and Bobby were week-end visitors at the home of the letter's mother, Mrs. Ada Randall, in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Berhow and Mr. and Mrs. Florin Sanders, Richard and Elaine and Janette Goodrich spent Friday evening at the Lou Nitz home. August Knoner, who has been in poor health for several years, passed away last Thursday morning at his home. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Evangelical Reformed church. Burial was in the Ledyard Highland cemetery. and daughter, Mrs. Wilson Brack and 88ft Mrs. Erwin Klindlch and Keith, Mrs. Clayton RosebOro son Terry. CHEK-R-CHIX We are flow booking orders fet June a.nd July deliveries. Ail chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODAY, — Also May Ducklings — Swea City Hatchery Phone 35 Swea City, form 14*tf T¥ £ illllllllllllllllllillllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM W* Burt News West Bend Vicinity News Items iir, Reroof Now Now is the time to wake the nee4ed repair? on your farm buildings, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith spent Sunday with relatives Graettinger. Rev. and Mrs. E. Zimmerjnan o Carroll visited friends here the first of the week. Mrs. Charles Thorsen and children of Graettinger spent a few days at the Emery Bevard home, Mrs. Mary Nessen went to Iowa Falls Friday evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred Summerhays Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman and daughter, Linda, spent Sunday evening with friends near Bode. Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Stone spenl the week-end -in Mason City al the home of their son, Morris, and family. Oryal Fuchseq is home from California to spend his furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, H. J, Fuchsen. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker of Luverne spent Thursday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Walton PeWitt. Elmer Fe'rden, who is working at the Pratt Electric Co, in Algona, spent the week-end with hia, wife and family. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Mertz and Jack were last Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs- Herman Plathe in Algpna. Pvt. George Nemeth, who has been in a camp in Arizona, is spending the week with his moth* er in West Bend, Miss, Hene Jurgans returned to Albert £«€dj M.inn-i Qfter $ Hew days visit with, hep parents, Mr- and Mrg. Await Jjjrgens, Mr. and M^YictprJtauren and * Q||y ( daughter, JpaV of Sioux spent the wee^ejic} a* the of Mr. and Mis. John ™ 1-17 TO TIT T yi-nxrp veQtfi ^f JJf JJT1' 4*" Mr. and, Mr*. Vim BfifW home from Niagara Falls, N. Y the first of the week. They hac been working in a defense plan there. Charles. E. DeWitt and son Charles Jr., of Bellwood, 111., cam- Monday morning for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. DeWitt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mimbach anc son,- DeWitt, daughter, Lola anc Miss Arlene Richardson, of Renwick, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Chas. W. DeWitt Mrs, Don Richardson and daughter, -Karen Rae, of Dougherty, spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lehigh Mr. Richardson caihe for them on Saturday. Mrs, J. C, Kongsback, who has been in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., returned home Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mikes, and son, Quentin, accompanied her home, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson took Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown and Mrs. Nellie Emerson to Livermore to take a train for Des Moines, where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Foley. The West Bend flre department was palled tp the Nels Rasmuson home, south ol town, Sunday aft' ernoon. Fire destroyed the barn, hog house and machine shed. It was a great loss *o Mr. Rasmuson as several calves and hogs also burned. Mrs. Elmer Ferdgn was. sur- prjsed by friends Sunday, the occasion being her birthday. Ejjter- ained #t dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stone and. child*ja of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Fre<| Habaer and children of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. larry McCiurg of Storm j Mr. and Mrs. Jim Triiels/yw gjjldren. 8B4 S^rah " Richard Chipman went to Roch-r ester, Minn., Saturday for a checkup at the hospital there. Mrs. Roy Morgan and daughter, Marian, and Mrs. Harley Watkins. Algona, took Mr. Morgan to Fort Dodge Wednesday. He left from there to enter the navy. Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and daughter, Margaret, Alvina and Caroline Haase, Margaret Reimers and Marie Kruger attended a Walther League rally at Mallard Sunday. Lawrence Miller, who has been attending Iowa State College at Ames, came home Monday for a | week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, before being inducted into the army next week. Corp. Gerald Geesman ' left on Thursday for Fort Hamilton, N. -Y., after spending a sick leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geesman. He was convalescing from a recent attack of spinal meningitis. • Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. The Wredes formerly lived here and are now staying in Fenton. Mr. Wrede expects to go to Alaska to work soon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May and son, Jimmy, of Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at the J. G. Sewick homo. That evening. a group of friends gathered at the Sewick home in honor of Mr. SewicVs birthday. It was also *Mrs. W. B. Officer's birthday and both were presented with gifts. Mrs. Albert Staehle left Saturday for Sparta, Wis., to spend a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman. She and Mrs. Sauerman were to jo to Minneapolis to attend the ;raduation exercises of Eugenia Keithe oh May 7th. The W. S. C. S. meets at the church Wednesday afternoon of his week with Mrs. G. E. Brace, tfrs. Clifford Holding, Mrs. Merle iichards and Mrs. J. L. Miller as hostesses. Mrs. A. G. Valentine is n charge of the worship • period and Lurena Wessel is program ihairman. Mrs. Harry Mitchell and sten- laughter, of Des Moines, visited torn Friday to Monday at the Henry Meier home. Mrs. Mitchell s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibson, Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Drake, Crystal Lake, were Sunday supper guests at the Meier home. Mrs. Leonard Koestler and daughters of Clinton visited Mrs. Bertha Koestler last week Monday and Tuesday. The Arnold Koest- lers, Fairmont, Minn., spent Monday evening at the Koestler home. 55 Mrs. Leonard Koestler and daugh- 55 ters were on their way to Camp 55 Callan, Calif., to join Lieut. Leon- =: ard Koestler, who is stationed 55 there. — SLIPS SUNDAY, MAY 9TH MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Cotton House Coats Cool and comfortable for summer—seersucker prints and chenile, sizes 12 to 44, « i priced from £••( Lovely Rayon Hose We have them in mesh, in cotton, or rayon; also in different weights of fine full fashion Celenese and treated rayon 79c „, 1.35 No extra Charge for Mother's ,, Day Gift Wrapping One of our most popular slips is back in stock "Snip It Slip", at $2.26; also Jovely lace trimmed slip from 1.38 to 2.98 Gowns of batiste, printed or plain, rayon, crepes, batiste gowns 4 no at I .90 Other gowns up to $4.95 PAJAMAS These have been hard to get but we have some lovely tailored styles in fine rayon crepe at Pretty New' BAGS Pretty Slippers- $1.75 to $2.75 Bemberg D . --, Sheer Dresses KatlOn Tree The pick of the season— lovely printed bemberg sheer dresses at Portland Twp, Mr. and Mrs, Cas. Cox and Lor- 5s raine of Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jaeger and .son of Austin, Minn., Mr, and Mrs*. Oscar Jtzke and Richard and Donna of Ostrander, Minn., and the Earl sa Miller family were Sunday dinner S8 guests at the John Cox home, 55 south of Algona. . 55 Mabelline Miller taught school 55 Saturday to make up a day lost during the severe winter weather. Pfc. George E. Becker of gulf* >ort, Miss., wrote home this week hat the hospital there was filled vith soldiers ill from food poisoning. George had a temperature of 103 from Monday until Wednesday. He was better and expected o be released soon at the tune of writing. Mrs, Ray MqWhorter and Mrs. Ithel Gardner entertained the Plum Creefc Club jit thf McWbor- er hom§ Wednesday afternoon, April 28. Forty numbers attended and a musical program was given. Those on thf program included Barbara Tftpjnpspj,, - -- 5yle Keith, Mrs, r «4 Virginia %tejr Whqrter. 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