The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1943 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1943
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•MMWI The Algona Upper DCS Molncs, AM*, Iowa, May 27, 194.1 .^ ^^,^'-0..^ jlL. I ILL. „ J.I.J. ^j£lLLl!;--i~>^-^ A*-'-'-^^ MR HANS, 86, AT LAKOfA; BURIED SUNDAY Widow, Ten Children Survive; Kbssilth Resident 58 / Years; Active In Church \ and Community Affairs Lakota—Funeral services were •held Sundayfifternobn at the St. , Paul Lutheran church for Peter J.. Hans, who passed away at his home In Lakota last Thursday ! ;. morning. The Rev. F. F. Darnauer, • pastor, had charge of the service ;'ahd interment was in the Luth' «ran cemetery. Pallbearers were Art Lester, J. A. Bargar, Alfred ; O'Keefe, Robert Smith, I. E. " "Wortman arid -Wm. Schadendorf. • • Peter Jacob Hans was born In '. Tating, Eiderstedt, Germany, Oc- l^iober 8, 1856. He wasp baptized I and ••confirmed in theWjutheran ; iaith and enjoyed the educational [opportunities common to his na-• live land, where he grew to man- liliood. At the age of 26 years' he • determined to seek brighter op- iiportunities, on foreign shores and !'<:ame to the United States, arriv- : ing on April 3, 1882. He first lo- jlcated in Davenport, Iowa, and .later worked in Moline, 111., for i; three, year's'.": ; On Mayi22, 1883, he was united; in holy Wedlock to Wilhelmina ; Jans at Rock Island, 111. This union was blessed with 11 chil-. i..dren, one of "wTigm passed away SPECIAL PRICE Friday and Saturday ONLY MI9 White's Market Phone 631 E. State St. In early Infancy. All the test ol the children were present for the services and joined their aged mother in paying a last ^ribute to a loving father. In 1885 they came to Kossuth county, purchasing a farm in Led* yard township and there devoted the greater part of their life/to rearing a flne family and to successful farming. Early upon his arrival in America he became a naturalized citizen of the U. S. In 1920 they retired from active farming and have since lived in Lakota. For many years he has been an active, faithful member of St. Paul's-Lutheran church and served on the church board part of that time. He was a member of the cemetery committee and was also treasurer of the local school board. The church records show that Mr. Hans was the 10th signer bf the church's constitution and that he was the oldest living'member and signer, all others having preceded him in death. Mf, Hans was 86 years, 7 months and 12 days old at the'time of his passing and had .he lived until 22 (2 days) they would have celebrated- their 60th wedding anniversary. He is survived by his widow, seven sons and three daughters: Albert of Raymond, Minn.; Peter of 'Story City; William of Rudd; Ahrend and Walter, Lakota, and Hubert and 'Hugo, twins, of Rockford, 111.; Mrs. Mary Zoller, Bricelyn, Minn.;, Mrs. Sid (Bertha) Spear, . Algona, and Mrs. George (Louisa) Schroeder, Lakota; 34 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren and a host of friends. ' ' . Lu Verne ^Teachers Wed at riode May 22 LuVerne — Miss Denise Peterson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Peterson of* Storm Lake, and J Arnold Hjelle, Decorah, were married Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church at Bode with the pastor of that church performinf the ceremony. They were attendee by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basham The bride wore a rose beige suit dress with white hat and luggage brown accessories and carried a bouquet of white orchids Mrs. Basham wore a beige am brown suit with brown accessories and had a corsage of mixed flowers; A wedding dinner was servec following the ceremony at the Humboldt Hotel, following whicl Mr. and Mrs. Hjelle left for Minneapolis on a wedding trip. Mrs. Hjelle is a graduate o: Storm Lake high school and from an elementary course at Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Sh< has taught in the LuVerne schoo the past year. Mr. .Hjelle is a graduate of Luther College at Decorah. For the past two years he has been principal of the loca high school. YOUR FURS FUR COATS Cleaned and Glazed $4.00 REPAIRS ALTERATIONS FREEZING STORAGE ElkCleaners-Furriers * . For Memorial Day- New Thins* - Jus* Received Large Summer Straw Hats Felt Berets • Two-p|ece Seersucker Suits Print-Presses Bemberg -Dresses Housecoats * New Felt Casuals Ice Wool Fascinators Fishnet Wraparounds Headscarfs Mojud Rayon Hose Hand Bags Twill Slacks Skirts and Blouses Polo Shirts Cotton. Cprd Sweaters Beige and. Gloves Painty Wool Sweaters Allen Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wagner, is home spending a 48-hour leave from Camp Dodge. Pfc. Hubert Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, returned last Thursday to Camp Claiborne after spending his furlough here.- Pvt. William F. Fitzgerald, Jr., las been transferfed from Greenville, Penn., to San Francisco, alif. He expects to be sent across :oon. Mrs. George Conklin returned Monday from a two weeks' visit with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Craven, of Aberdeen, S. D. Judy Pugh, daughter of' Mrs. L.yle Pugh of Fort Dodge, came Triday id spend the summer with ler grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McEnroe. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams returned Tuesday from Des Moines where they had been since Sunday attending a state clothiers' buying convention. The Mesdames Ann Fechner, Ruth Harland and Mrs. George Scuff ham spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge. The ladies were celebrat- ng Mrs. Harland's birthday. Miss Erma Stehle returned to ier ,work in Washington, D. C., the last of the week after a two weeks' vacation spent here with her parents, Mr v and Mrs. S. J. Stehle. Jas. McEnroe returned Wednesday morning from a ten day trip to North Dakota. He visited his brother, Tom, who is an attorney at Grand Forks, and spent a few days at Fargo. ,i Jay Wimmer, manager of the Woodward store, and Sherman Fenney, manager, of the Ben Franklin store, are spending this week in Minneapolis attending the merchandise mart. Eugene O'Hern stopped in Algona while enroute to Spencer to spend a 48-hour leave from Camp Dodge with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer O'Hern. Mrs. O'Hern is a sister of Ed Parks of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley arc the parents of a daughter, Mary Margaret, born Thursday, May 20. The young lady, who is the second child for the Bradleys, weighed eight pounds. The other child is a boy, Joe. Tom Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, has moved from Keesler Field, which is near Beloxi, Miss., to the University of Tennessee, in Knoxyille, Tenn. where he is continuing his preflight training. Mrs. R. F. Schmidt of Cherokee spent the week-end here with her relatives- and,,attended the .St. Cecelia i'graciuation; exercises,.. Her sister, 'Betty "Ann' McEnroe," and her cousin, Vera McEnroe, were among the graduateSi Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudsen and Mrs. Chris Knudsen went to Des Moines Saturday to: visit :Mr. an( Mrs.'Kenneth Knu"dsen,*who mov;- ed there recently, from Algona Kenneth Knudsen. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudsen. Merle Pratt came home Wednesday morning for a visit until Saturday with his wife, the former Shirley yinson, and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. He has been stationed in Boston of late, with the naval forces. Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and sous, Teddy and Tommy, and Mel: Peterson drove to Belmond Saturday after the former's sister, Jean Murtagh, who has been teaching-in the high school there, and has just completed her work for the year, Rosalie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, returned Monday from Cornell College where she has been studying for the past year. Rosalie leaves Tuesday for St. Mary's hospital in Rochester where she will take up nurses' training. Pvt. and Mrs. Donald Oldenberg of Hammond, Ind., are the parents of a baby girl, born May 17. They have named her Patricia Ann. Mrs. Oldenberg is the jformer Mary Weir, daughter of Mrs. Gep. Weir, Algona. Pvt. Oldenberg is stationed at Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. W. H. Sharp and sister, Miss Marian. Paxton of Storm Lake are expected Saturday to spend the week-end with Mrs. H. B. White. Miss Paxton owns and operates a jewelry store at Storm Lake and Mrs. Sharp assists her. Mr. Sharp is in the navy, located near Houston, Texas. A. E. Kresensky, Roy Christensen and John Goeders went to Minneapolis Sunday, where Mr. Kresensky and Mr, Chrisiensen attended the dry goods merchandise market. Mr. Goeders visited lis daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Kennedy. They are expected home the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee and Elvie Vera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, are leaving onight for Fort Dodge where they will attend the graduation exercises of Ruth Ann Sigsbee, daugh- ;er of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigs- jee, Mrs. Sigsbee and Ruth Ann will leave in a few days to join Mr. Sigsbee at Provo, Utah. Chuck Cretzmeyer is home for a visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Qretzmeyer. Chupk is 9 mecjlgal "student at" the University of Iowa, where he is also doing some special research work. ie expects to go to Des Mpines June 25 for indoctrination in the armed forpes with the other University o Iowa mecUcal students. Mrs. Jryin-Ohepman spent, the week-end at the Kabele-Moseley bqme at QoldfisW, <^ ¥ " y * C. S- Huff was %t home for the week T en4. ife is we work at Alliance, Nebr. Mrs. P, V. Janse, Algona, spent th,e weekend at the If. E, Rogers Bert Ksnivw of t the weefc-§nd at the Ott» Ramiw h Mr. SSid Mm Pay Q Mrs. C. V. Pollard entertained ihe Knitting Club at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Helen Ohm, Evelyn Brophy and Ray Mueller spent Sunday at Harold Colwell's home in Union iownship. Mrs. H. W. Miller spent last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kuchenbecker, at Owatonna, Minn. Cpl. Lyle Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Andefson, has been reported to be in the vicin- ty of Hawaii. Lyle has been in ;he army seven months. Phil Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas, celebrated his ninth birthday Tuesday by inviting nine little guests to his home from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Joe Bloom is expected home today from Minneapolis where he took Mrs. Bloom and the children, Dick and Frances Ann, for a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. County Agent A. L. Brown attended a meeting at Storm Lake Tuesday. He was accompanied by Mr. Nichols of Swea City and Edith Welter, stenographer at the Farm Bureau office. Betty Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas, came home a week ago last Tuesday from Swaledale, where she has taught third and fourth grade classes in the school. Patricia Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard, will leave Tuesday to enter St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. Pat will be taking nurses' training for three years at Rochester. Milton Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes of Minneapolis, visited here from Friday until Sunday of this week. The Holmes family moved to Minneapolis from Algona last year. Mrs. James W. Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McFall, and Enid Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, are coming from Des Moines to spend this week-end with their parents. Mrs. Robert L. Gorr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, is coming from Dubuque to spend Memorial Day with her parents. Mrs. Gorr's husband is a Lieutenant, junior grade, in the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thompson and daughter of Humeston are expected at the Herschel Thompson home for Memorial Day and the following week. The former Mr. Thompson is the son of the latter. Wayne Allen and his daughter, Marilyn, drove to Dubuque last Thursday. Mr. Allen went on business, -while Marilyn .went ,.to attend :the .Loras Col'dfeeT'Prony.-Ffi- day'night as a guest of Gene Zender, son of Frank Zender. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rodgers and their two sons, Johnny and Joey, of Rockwell City were here over the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rockey. Mr. Hockey's cousin, .Mrs. Myrtle Fisher,' was also here from Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. Stewart Haseltine, formerly Lois Cosgrove, has come for a six weeks' visit with her • mother, Mrs. Emma Cosgrove. Mrs. Haseltine is from Selma', Calif. This week she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R. Laird, at Sioux. Falls, S. D, ' ; Miss Evelyn Wallace visited her parents at Bradgate from Friday until Monday. From there she left for Tucson, Ariz., where she will make an extended visit with her sister, Edna Wallace. Miss Evelyn has been employed at the M. A. Bartholomew home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Auner and daughter, Margaret, were dinner guests at the Lloyd Robinson home Tuesday evening. Mr. Auner and Margaret had been to Spirit Lake fishing, while Mrs. Auner visited the T. H. Chris- chilles home and in Minneapolis. Ralph Tice returned Friday night from Johnston, Colo., where he had'taken Mrs. Tice, who was called home by the illness of her mother, Mrs. W. V. Riches, who had a stroke Sunday, May 13, followed by another a few days later. Mrs. Tice plans to stay about a month. Barbara Pool came home Tuesday after completing the school year at Cedar Falls and will visit tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool, until the first of the week when she returns to Iowa State Teachers College for summer school x work. Barbara plans to teach in-the fall. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen, Esther Fitch and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and little son, Craig, spent Sunday at Bristow at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Darijelson. Esther, Mrs. Zimmerman, and Craig remained for a week's visit with the Danielsons. They and Mrs, Danielson are sisters, daughters of Mrs. Hansen. John Bishop, son of Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, and his wife are coming here for Memorial Pay from South Bend, Ind., where Vlr. Bishop is employed at the South Bend Lathe Co. Mrs. Bishop i was Elaine Hilsteadt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hilstead of Boone, before her marriage. John las not been home for two years. Tuesday or Wednesday Mr. and Mrs, Herschel W. Thompson and their daughter, Margaret, will travel to Camp Davis, S. C., where Margaret's husband, Lt. ff. L. Friesner, is an instructor. Mrs. Friesner is to make her home n South Carolina with her hus- >and. Mr- and Mrs. -Thompson hope to see their son. Everett, while in the east. Everett has just been promoted to $ pharmcjst mate, second class. He is stationed at Newport, Rhode Island. Mrs. Boss Colemqn, former AJ* ;ona woman, now of Louisville, £y., writes that she §n4 her fara- iy' enjoy reading the Ateona mpers very much .and can't do without them. After they have finished with them she sends them on io her son, Ross, Jr., who is ia the army at Port Hancpck, ij. j.. Mr. Cplemaa & emplaned in a large defense - plant in Louisville, as are also, her brother, Charley SfL £k« Deloris Potratz has been added fo the bookkeeping department at the Kent Motor Co. Deloris was valedictorian of Her class which was recently graduated from the Whittemore high school. Mr. and Mrs. George Larson of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carney of Algona went to Liberty City Saturday to attend the funeral services for Phillip Nelson, brother-in-law of Mrs. George Larson. The three couples stopped at Indianola Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, formerly of Algona. Friends of Francis Nash, who was formerly employed at the local Gamble Store, will be interested to know that he will go to Boone June 1 to Manage a Firestone store. Since leaving Algona he has been employed at the Montgomery Ward store in Marshalltown. Francis was married March 28 to Miss Marian Coffman of Marshalltown. James P. White, Upper Des Moines -operator, Harold Clark, publisher of the Bancroft Register and Frank Clark, publisher, and Bob Clemans, operator for the Titonka Topic, attended the Mergenthaler Linotype Clinic held in Sioux City Saturday. These clinics are being held all over the country to assist the operators with their problems. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin of Estherville are the parents of a new daughter, Rosemary. Mr. Medin was in the hospital with pneumonia at the same time that Mrs. Medin was, but he is home now and coming along just fine. Mrs. Sam Medin of Algona spent last week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin of Whittemore also have a new boy named Howard. Mrs. D. H. Goeders of Clear Lake and granddaughter, Linda Falkenhainer of Des Moines visited Algona friends Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Goeders was a guest of Mrs. C. R. Bennet and Linda visited at the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Linda's father, Harold Falkenhainer, is in Seattle, Wash:, and expects to leave soon tp be employed on the Alcan highway. Her mother is remaining in Des Moines, where she is employed. Word from Irma Dee Phillips finds her located at Los Angeles, Calif., where she is visiting the Farnam Hitchcocks, who formerly operated the Mainliner here. Irma Dee expects to go to work soon as a timekeeper for the Alco- Aluminum Co. in Los Angeles. Mrs. Edythe Dailey, owner of the former Marigold Beauty Salon here, with .whom Irma Dee went to California, is continuing her beauty shop work at the Arrowhead Springs Hotel at Lake Arrowhead, near Los Angeles. Billy Gudcrian has not been a paper carrier very long, but in that time he has been setting a record for himself. He recently tied with two other boys for seventh place for net increase in sales among independent carriers in the state. Billy, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian, carries the Des Moines Tribune and the Stiriday Register. The Carrier paper also mentioned him as a member of the "Id Club," along with Billy daibfm laM and %Ism., ^ * IOWA tHURS. - FRl. - SAT. May 27, 28 and 29. Screenplay, Elmer Clifton, MorgonB. Cox Original Star/, Patricia Harper Directed by LEWIS D. COLLINS . 2nd Feature Patsy Kelly - Roscoe Karns "MY SON THE HERO" Serial "Junior 'G' Men of the Air" SUN. - MON. * TtfES. * WEB. May 30, 31 » June 1, 2 DECORATION DAY GETS GLAMOUK ' , , - • A Poromoont Picture wliti , JIMMY LYDON at Htnry Hurry! Use All Your Valid Red Stamps, Coffee & Sugar Stamps by Saturday Evening, May 29 COFFEE HILLS, FOLGER'S OR NASH'S STAMP NO 23 GOOD THRU MAY 30 Stamps E, F. G, H Gbod Thru May 31 H AAffS utter Kernel WHOLE KERNEL Fancy, Quality Skinned Smoked Whole or Half 6 RED POINTS I POINT VALUE 14 PREM .,/« MEAT Sliced or Chunk 7 Pts. Spiced Luncheon Lb. Rath's Skinless 5 Pts. WEINERS Lb. Assorted 5 Pts. COLD MEATS Lb. Iowa 7 Pts. Braunschweiger Lb. 42e 27c 29c 33c LONGHORN Cheese 8 POINTS 32c Ib. 5 RED POINTS SPRY i i:itu Y BACON VEGETABLE SHORTENING 5 RED POINTS Sliced and Rind 23c 4 PTS. LB. LARD 5 RED POINTS DEI. MAIZ COBN—POINT VALUE Niblefs CUT — POINT ilreen Beans T.AUSEN'S— POINT VALUE 18 'SM3c CUT — POINT VALUE 13c BROKEN SLICES—POINT VALUE 10 5c Grapefruit MICHIGAN—POINT VALVE 13 OB HALVES—POINT VALUE U Peaches,,.,..,.., • •& 18c Items Below Are Not Rationed ' ' '''iiiMr^f*W*.'.i ! ' ilk^ff.. I4 « 9c GOLD MEDAL Corn Kix .. Graiie-Nuts TOUt DEABBOBN Q]an|Wbeal Corn" Flakes .., Tft* V4W? BLUE «PSE ice ..,.,,..•;„,,; *•.**:• - •• ••.. •• itti« ate 4-9 * A i* w* T" 7c 1 Cokv. I <*<. 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