The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1943
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The Algona Upper DCS Mointfs, Algona, Iowa, May 6, 1943 YOUNG PEOPLE ARE WEDATGOODHOPE CHURCH ON FRIDAY Good! Hope—'Palms, ferns, baskets of gladiolas and snapdragon, and ivory taners provided background lor the marriage ceremony of Miss •Gloria Ft, Sramson and Everett it. Vannbrael, son '6f Mr./and Mrs. Roy Vanhofsdell of Kingsley, at a 7 o'clock candlelight service at Good Mope Methodist church Friday evening. Rev. F. L. Pruel of Fentori was the {officiating clergy- .manJ Lohengrin's wedding march, .solos and the 'consecration hymn, "O Perfect Lovei" by Curney, were, contributed by Mrs, Kenneth "Yingst of Sioux City, Miss Vesta Vanriorsdel, of Kingsley, sisters of 'the bridegroom, and "Wayne Forbes >of Buena Vista college, a cousin. Candle lighters were David Bram- 'son.^ small brother of the bride, .•and Carlo Forbes of'Plerson. The bride was given in marriage 'by her uncle, Raymond D. Groom, •of Gushing, Iowa. The attendants were Harriet X,. .Aldrich o*'Sioux City^and Sgt. Wayne L. Albright -of fin, aviation air'base in Southern', fJaliforriia. , , Lait season "the trride was a memper Of,-the all-college crew empldyed by the Georgian Bay Z-inft;6f excursion'boats plying the 'Great Lakes. "Mr. Vannorsdel attended Western Union College at LeMars and has been in the armed service. Following a reception at the parsonage Mr. ,and Mrs. Vannorsdel left on a short trip to Waterloo to attend the marriage of the best man, Sgt. Albright, which took place Saturday evening. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Garden Weather With Us finally And At Last Wednesday, May 6th, was the warmest day so far In 1643 with the temperature at 84. Then on the same day we had .35 inch fain and all of this makes good starting for gardens. 'Harry Nolte, weatherman, reports the following lor the week: Hi Low Thursday, April 29 73 84 Friday, April 30 83 38 Saturday, May 1 ......61 30 Sunday, May 2 67 45 Monday, May 3 ....70 38 Tuesday, May 4 70 45 Wednesday, May 5 85 54 Last Thursday .09 inch of rain fell. Wednesday, this week, .35 inch. Hospital Newt General Hospital April 29—Charlotte Jacobson, Oltosen, medical. — April 30—Keith Halsrud, Algona, surgical; Mrs. F. M. Gilles, Bancroft, medical. May 1—Mrs. John, Hobscheidt, Corwith, medical. May. 2—Mrs. Wallace Benton, Wesley, medical. May 4—Lavonne Myers, Algona, medical. Kossuth Hospital April 28—Dick Robinson, Algona, medical. April 30—Mrs. Antone Pearsoi;, Wesley, boy. May 1—Mrs. Adolph Youngwirth, Luverne, boy; Delmer Red- ng, Irvington, surgical; Mrs. Leonard Thllges, Algona, medical. May 2—Bob McMurray, Algona, surgical. ' May 3 — Mrs. Hans Presthus, Bancroft, medical; Arthur Beidel, Algona,. surgical; Betty Lee,- Al- *ona, surgical; Merle Schwietert, Titonka, burns; Gary Lee Schwietert, Titonka, burns; Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Titonka, burns. IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - May 6-7-8 3erial "Junior "G* Men of the Air' SUN., MON. TUE(S. AND WED. ^ May 9-10-11-12 THRU SKIES of DEATH! KM • Mrtion'f htf M OTTO KRUGEfl -2nd Featuri Alan Baxter and Gertrude Michael ..' ' in- , "BEHIND PRISON WALLS" The condition of I. Wernert, who has been seriously.ill, is repotted as being much better this week. Mrs. E:.?. Hermanson entertain' ed the members of her bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon Bob Gillingham, formerly employed by the R. E. A., is the new electrician at the Pratt Electric Co. , Mrs. Lloyd Pratt entertained the members of her sewing club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Percy Stone was a guest. Mervln Thompson and Tom Kohlhaas left Monday for Biloxi, Miss., to begin training at Kassler Field, army air training center. Mrs. Andy Johnson and daughter, Helen, spent Sunday at Lu- Verne Where they visited Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Emily Guy. Mrs. Ernest Knutson spent last week in Swea City where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Erick Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. John Lunn and family. Dorthea Bjustrom is expected to return today (Thursday) from Mitchell, S. D., wheYe she went last Saturday to visit friends. Dorthea is a recent graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell. Pfc. Russell Jensen was a visitor in this office last Saturday. He is on a 12-day furlough from Camp Van Dorn, Miss., where he is stationed. He is visiting his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Jensen at Lone Rock. Vera Carlson, daughter of Mrs. John Kessler of Burt, has joined the WAACs and is stationed at Camp Monticello, Ark. She writes her aunt, Mrs. P. W. Hansen of Algona, that she likes the service and the training very much. She is taking her basic training. Mary Ann Arndorfer is the new clerk at the Chrischilles Store. She began work Monday morning. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer, who moved this winter from their farm in the St. Benedict neighborhood to the former Mrs. Cora Bacon house on Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark are expected to come from California to visit their daughter, Mrs. Joe Henry, dispose of property. The Clark house on South Dodge street was recently purchased by Ferm Sewick. Joel Herbst made the deal. Mr. Clark is a former Algona blacksmith. Elizabeth Nugent and her mother, Mrs. W. D. Nugent, have moved from an apartment at Mrs. Minnie Long's to the downstairs apartment of the Cowan duplex on North street. The Cowan apartment was occupied by Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace McGrew. Mr. McGrew is now in the army. Mrs. W. D. Hemmingson left Wednesday.eyening for Fort War: den;: Wash^vWhich "i?/located ; near Seattle. Mrs. Hemmingson; the former Luella Kapp, has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt. Kapp, for the past three and one- half months and she will now join ,her. husband, who" is*a'-TecJinl6al Sergeant in the army. •".'•• Mary Lou Gilmore and Sgt. Kalebanoff arrived on Wednesday evening for a short visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mary Lou is a dieti- cian at the state hospital at Clarinda and Sgt. Kalebanoff is on furlough from the army. He is stationed at San Antonio. Algonians recognized the name of Capt. Phil Eckberg on the WHO news one night this week. He is a former Algona boy moving from here to Boone with his parents about twelves years ago. He has been cited for bravery for his work with the army air transport service for his flights over the mountains in New Guinea. Max Ulrich arrived Thursday evening to visit his wife (Mrs. Jean Ulrich) who is employed in the Algona Creamery. He will return to Chicago Friday and thenne to New Orleans, where he will be stationed. He is a third class petty officer in aviation ordnance of the navy, but is in line for promotion at the end of his leave. Mrs. Clark Kedfleld will leave Friday for Estherville where she will make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schultz. She has been employed for some time at the Algona Creamery. Her husband is in the navy. Her place at the creamery will be taken by Duane Kollasch, who was formerly employed at the S. & L. Store. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Decn went to Everly Saturday where they attended the funeral of Miss' Betty Soehren. Mrs. Tillie Nielsen anc daughter, Mae, of Wolcott, Mrs John Dietz of Davenport and Mrs Henry Schoeck of Dysart, cousin; of Mr. and Mrs. Deen, also attended the funeral and returned witn them to Afgona for the week-end Sunday dinner guests at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig were Pvt. Michael F. Pfeffer o Camp Barkeley, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kollasch and daughters, Edna Kay and Deniece, o:' Whittemore and John and Mark Pfeffer of Algona. Mrs. Ludwig and Pvt. Pfeffer are brother and sinter and it was in honor of the soldier that the dinner was given. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompsoi had as their week-end guests their daughter, Mrs. Walter Friesner and daughter, Kay and Mr Thompson's mother, Mrs. Mary E Brown of Des Moines. Mrs. Brown and Kay remained in Algona for a three week's visit. Mrs. Friesner's husband is in the service and she has been employed in the An- teny ordnance plant. She plans to ioin her husband and live in North Carolina soon. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Haubcrg are proudly displaying a Magnolia tree in full bloom at their home on South Minnesota street. The tree is growing out doors and it s unusual to raise Magnolias :ar north. The white blooms on ;he tree are very lovely and the eaves have not yet come out. The Haubergs have had the tree four or five years but this is the first year it has, produced blooms. . - r/ ,. ''Mary Lee 'Nugent, .daughter oj Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, now living in California, has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity at Grinnell College., Mary. Lee will be graduated" from the school on May 23 and then with her brother, Burns, will join their parents in California. Burns "is a student at Harvard University and he is In the naval reserve. He expects to go into active service about July 1. DEHYDRAY "The dehydrated flat wall paint" SAVES PAINTING TIME- MONEY- BOTHER FOR YOU Comes in Handy Carton Completely Dehydrated. JUST MIX WITH WATER 5 lb«. rnak* I gal, liquid paint... only *1»«HI 4-H Girls Organize In Swea Township Sixteen girls met at the horn of Beryl Hyler last Saturday to organize a 4-H club. Miss Hyler who teaches in Dist. No. 5, will be their leader. Nina Preston was chosen club president. Miss Alma Schultz, County H. D. A., helped organize and presented the year's work. , Ration Calendar Tires Class A Ration: Second inspection deadline, Sept. 30. Class B Ration: Second• inspection deadline, June 30. Class C Ration or bulk coupons: Second inspection deadline, May 31. Commercial vehicles: Every 60 days or every 5,000 miles, whichever occurs sooner. Gasoline A book coupons No. 5 (4 gals, each) expire May 21. Fuel OH . Period 5 coupons (11 gals, each) now valid, expire Sept. 30. Coffee Coupon No. 23 (1 ib.) valid April 26 through May 30, Sugar Coupon No. 12 (5 ibs.) expires May 81. Point Rationing G. H, and J blue stamps valid April 24 through May 31. E red stamp valid April 25 (expiration date not set. Shod* Coupon No. 17 in War Ration Book One expires Jime 15. ' Glass Broken A windstorm caused about two- thirds of the glass over the doorway and windows-of the Leach & Thompson store in Spencer to be broken, No jagged edges were left although shattered glass coverec the sidewalk in front o& the build Ing. Swea City Girl Marries Donna Emerson, Swea City, and Alvin Clyde, Casey, were married at the Methodist Parsonage Monday, May 3. Dr. N. A. Price officiated. Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Milo G. Emerson, parents of the bride. The newly married couple plan'to leave for the west coast. SOCIETY Schmidt-Fox Wedding— At exactly nine o'clock Monday evening.'May 3, a pretty wedding was solemnized at the Nazarene parsonage. The contracting parties were Mrs. Nola May Schmidt and Milton A. Fox, both long time residents of Algona. The Rev. Hegstrom officiated. Witnesses were Miss Lila Schmidt and Mrs. Hegstrom. The bride wore a dark blue traveling dress with matching accessories. Only close friends anr relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Fox left the next day for a brief wedding trip, aftei which they will be at home to their friends on West State street. P. T. A. To The last meeting of the season of the Algona Parent-Teachers Association will be held Tuesday afternoon', May 11, at 2:30 at the 3ryant school. There will be a >usiness session at which the'new- y elected officers will be installed. Orin Spalding, high school music nstructor, will present several selections by the grade school band. Mrs. N. A. Price will speak on the subject "Schools in Burma." s. Price's talk will be very in- eresting because of her, first hand experience as a missionary in tha£ ountry, A group of teachers will present a vocal musical number. NOTICE WHEREAS, May 30, designated "" "rial" }943, Botsford Lumber Co, day falls on Sunday in and WHEREAS, July 4, Independence Day, also falls on Sunday in J943, and WHEREAS, it is customafry for our citizens to olserve the Monday following such Sunday holidays, THEREFORE, I proclaim that Monday, May 31, and Monday, July 5, 1943, shall be observed as holidays by the citizens of Algona, and notice is hereby given so plans for proper wartime observance can be _ made. ' wartime ' ' Won, Dated at Al#s», Iowa, May 4, ITE, Notice of Probate of Will TATE OF IOWA, • JCOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. In District Court, No. 5000, March Term, 1943. To AU Whom It May Concern: You are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of L. J. DeGraw, Deceased, dated July 18,' 1935, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the i(Jth day of May, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Jpwa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerjs of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, }f any they have, why §aid instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said de- Rev, C. C. Richardson will be the Commencement speaker iof the Wesley high school on Thursday evening. Mrs. W. ». Howie visited friends in Algona on Tuesday. The Howies formerly lived here and now live at Emmetsburg. Wilma Moore Is back at work at the Zender Clothing store after several weeks absence due to a severe mouth infection. Miss Ann Duda and Mrs. Lloyd James spent the week-end in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising. The guests are teachers i:i the Lone Rock schools. Pvt. Wayne Bjustrom, who is taking army air corps training at Atlantic City, New Jersey, is in the hospital there for observation. He has been having tonsilitis. Pvt. Michael F. Pfeffer of Camp Barkeley, Texas, left Monday for camp after spending a 15-day furlough in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pfeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson have left for their new home on Long Lake, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool have rented .the Anderson house on Ridgely street. Max Bartholomew, who is in the army air corps taking his college work at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr.,and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew. Bob Fleming: visited Friday evening with his sister, Mrs. Craig Smith. Bob is in the army and stationed at the air base at Sioux Falls, S. D. Jake Tcuscher has been ill the past few days with the flu. Jakej is the well known caretaker of the I fair grounds. He makes his home with the Elliott Skillings. Lois Colwell Is expected to arrive Saturday from • Chicago- for the Mother's Day week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Lois is employed by the F.B.I. Mrs. Tom Papeheau and daughter, Jacqueline, of Chicago, spent Monday in Algona where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian. Mrs. Papeneau and Mrs. Guderian are sisters. Marjorle Kinsch returned to Chicago Sunday evening after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinsch. Marjorie is employed at a tea room in Evanston. Eleanor LaBarre has finished her year's studies at the University of Tulsa and has returned home for four months. She is employed at the local office of the Pioneer Hybrid Seed Co. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Larson are spending a few days in Algona with Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt. They are now living in Detroit and they are aoth employed in a war plant there. Meryl Yeoman is expected to return today from a trip to Arizona and California, where he was sent ;o visit Japanese relocation cen- ;ers with the aim of hiring workers for his company, the Pella Overall Company. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson had as their Sunday guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Titonka. The younger Mr. Wilson has just re-, turned from a check-up in the hospitals at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Ed fhaves and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian spent Sunday afternoon at Bode where Mr. and Mrs. Thaves visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch and Mr. and Mrs. Guderian visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bondor are spending a few days in this community visiting Mrs. Bonder's sisters and making the acquaintance of her niece, the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood.' Frank is with the Civil Aeronautics Authority at Kansas City. Donald Hutchins spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, and his family here. The little daughter, Sandra, came down with chicken pox while her father was visiting her. Donald is employed in the ordnance plant at Ankeny. Mrs. Donald Akre left Monday evening for San Antonio, Texas, where she will spend two weeks with her husband, who is in the army air corps there. The little daughter, Donna Jean, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith, during her mother's absence. Mrs. Ted Vera expects to leave the latter part of the week to join her husband, who is in the army stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark. She expects to live there until her husband is transferred. Since his induction into the army, Mrs. Vera has been living with her grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Dahnert. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and daughter, Ruth Ann, of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Tony Foth 6f fittMttoft wfeSt Sunday callefs in the hohte 6i Mrlfe Louis wegener, Mrs. SfgsbeeY Ruth Ann, Mrs. Path and her soil plftft to leave the last of the rnonth fo» Provo, Utah, Where Mr. Sigsb** and Mr. Foth are employed a* steamflttefs in a big steel mill. Mr. and Mrs. D. ». Monlux returned Wednesday morning front Milwaukee, where they went last Saturday. Mr, Monlux attended the Grand Chapter of the Royal Arch Masons. They visited Mr. Monlux' brother and family, the> C. W. Monluxes, and also called on W. H. Stone, who is a /former manual training teacher in the local high school, •• Rev. C. C. Richardson last week received invitations to teach at two Presbyterian Conferences at Camp> Foster on Lake Okoboji this summer. One will be held June 7 to 13 for high school people and his) course will be entitled, "Interesting Old Testament Characters." The conference from June 11 to 17 will be for junior high school age and Rev. 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