The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1943 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1943
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JE » V t '» f . . i W ? * *n 4» t '',' 1,1 ? ' t, / *Y« \ "* t * is* fT* f^ •? n i f t ^J i -,? x » * T-SU i y f *.» ^ ' 4 •» * "* * ' D« MARJOR1E BROWN, SENECA, TO WED SOLDIER IN JULY Seneca—The Mason City Globe- Gazette this week-end carried the announcement of the engagemen and approaching marriage of Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Brown, and Corporal Alvern Hewitt, whose home isf at Mason City, but who now is a teletype mechanic in the ground crew o\ the air corps, stationed at San Diego, Calif. The wedding will take place early in July. Marjorie, who has spent the past two years employed in the *'irst National Bank at Mason City, has given up her work and will return home on Tuesday. Fred Brown spent from Monday of last week until Thursday attending a Masonic convention at Des Moines. Week-end guests at the Kenneth Thompson home were Mrs. Thompson's brother and sister of Iceland, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen and Mrs. Lester Jensen and Sherwood attended a Trail Ride at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and children spent Sunday with the latter's parents, the Clyde Gilbaughs, at Granada, Minn. Billy Moore observed his birthday anniversary on Sunday. The occasion was celebrated by having several of his friends and schoolmates spend the afternoon with him. Mrs.' Ray Miller was taken to the General hospital at Algeria Monday evening and expected to undergo an operation on Tuesday morning. The Millers live on the P. H. Jensen farm, formerly tenanted by the C. C. Voights, Mrs. Fred Brown left by bus for Mason City Monday morning, where she will be a guest at a miscellaneous shower held in her daughter's honor. Mr. Brown plans to drive to Mason City on Tuesday and bring Mrs. Brown and Marjorie home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller were hosts at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edgars and VLr. and Mrs. Dale Reed, Swea City. It was the birthday anniversary of both Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Edgar, so the dinner was in the nature of a celebration. i Jean Wilberg observed her 16th >irthday anniversary last week Monday evening. Relatives Who Iropped in to help her observe he occasion were Mr. and Mrs. ens Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halverson and son and Mr. nd Mrs. Henry Long and family, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody spent 'riday afternoon in Estherville. Awhile there they called on Mrs. ".aimer Randa and baby daugh- er at the hospital there. Helen Cody is helping at the Randa home nd Maxine Cody has spent the past couple of weeks at Minneapolis, where she is taking treatments for rheumatism. MRS. DREWES, WED FRIDAY AT WHITTEMORE HOME Whitteniore — Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Drewes, 84, were held Monday afternoon at 2:0( o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran church, the Rev. W. H. Discher officiating. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery southeast of Whittemore. Mrs. Marie Drewes, daughter of John Lienhoop and his wife, Elsa Meier, was born January 29, 1859 in Riekenbostel, Hanover, Germany. On October 31, 1879, she was united in holy wedlock to Andrew Drewes. This union was blessed with two daughters, both of whom are living. In Kossuth Many Years In 1881 they migrated to the United States and first made their home near Arcadia, Iowa. A year later they moved to farm near Cylinder, and from there they moved to their farm southeast of Whittemore. In 1910 they retired and moved to Whittemore. Twelve years later her life was saddened by the death of her husband. For nine years she lived alone. Then for the past twelve years she lived with her daughter and son-in- Read The Want Ads—It Pays "Fd like ten estimate on an attractive two-coat house paint job. We camnever keep our little ^tenants more than one season .i ' — - ^—. *- — .^ 2-coat _^ 'ovides the "most ec^iomicaiPanswef ^tohguee painting problems^.It costs "no "more per gallon than other first-'grEufe'paints — yet it OUTLASTS average paint jobs, 2 to 1. It will PAY you to use Devoe House Paint. WE CARRY A COMPLETE UHE OF. DEVOE MINTS BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker. About two weeks ago she was stricken with an illness and passed away Friday evening at the age of 84 years, 4 months and 13 days She leaves to mourn her deatl her two daughter's, Mrs. Fred Struecker and Mrs. William Dau 12 grandchildren and 22 grea grandchildren. Pallbearers wen Erwin, Walter and Werner Strue cker, Victor Dau, Hugo Meyer and Herbert Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bullock, o Burt, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Herman Voig home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight anc son, James, were dinner guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Raymond Tietz in Fenton Sunday. The Rev. Otto Kitzmann and family, of Elmore, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs. C. C. Bass. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahlmer and daughters of Estherville visited Sunday with Mrs. Bahlmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter, Shari Ann, and son, Gary Allen, of Mason City, speni the week-end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz of Waterloo spent Monday here with the former's father, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, having a week's vacation ff 6m the John ueere „ iense plant in Waterloo, William Bfdati of Milwaukee, Wiavand slater, Mrs. Rosa Zabal, of West Allur, wis 1 ,, returned to their) respective homes Tuesday evening. They came here to at* tend the funeral of their brother, Emil Braatz, Families and friends of the Methodist Church gathered last Sunday at Whittemore for the annual Sunday School program and picnic. The Young Adult group met Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely for their meeting and a picnic.' Mr. and Mrs. Werner Siems and family, of Evansville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas and daughter, Elda, and Mr. and Mrs. Les- ;er Baas and sons, Charles and Donald, were Monday evening callers at the Herman Voigt home, 'he occasion being their daughter, Ivelyn's birthday. Ferdinand Schultz and son, INSURANCE on GROWING CROPS LS.Bohamum Phone 103 Over S&L Store 24-20 VWVWVWW^VWWWVWUVV VOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY BUY? COAL NOW Permit, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ioeft and family of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. v Ernest Meyer and daughter, Arlene, and son, Aldcn lae. of LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and sons, Edward md Richard, of Lotts Creek, were Junday dinner guests at the Henry \ Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichten- lahl had at their home at dinner lunday Mr. and Mrs. Werner liems and family of Evansville, nd., Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and family, Mrs. Ida Kuecker and family of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and daughter, Shirley, of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack of Fairville, and Mrs. Emilie Siems and son, Erwin. The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Mens Club held their regular meeting Tuesday evening in the auditorium of the Lutheran school. Sgt. Henry Behnke of Camp Beale, Calif., and Erwin Vaudt, of St. Louis, Mo., were guests of the club. Harry Schmei- ling was taken in as a new member. The Rev. W. H. Discher, Louis Braatz, Edward and Edwin Greinert were on the serving committee. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell had as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Bell's aunt, Mrs. Mary Tick, of Oklahoma City, Okla., and their daughter and husband, Staff Sgt. Everett Ziegler, of Camp Mam- outh, N. J. and Mrs. Ziegler, of Sioux City. The latter is taking nurses' training at the' Lutheran hospital in Sioux City, and had a three weeks vacation, spending ten days with her husband in New Jersey. Sgt. Ziegler also had a 15-day furlough which he spent visiting relatives here and in Fort Dodge. He returned to his camp Sunday evening, and Mrs. Ziegler returned to Sioux City Monday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Carroll, Mrs. Bell's mother, returned with the former from Oklahoma City, where she had been visiting the past six weeks. CHIROPRACTOR OF ESTHERVILLE IN SPILL AT LAKOTA Lakota—Dr. Thompson, chiropractor of Estherville, was on his' way Sunday morning to visit his mother in a hospital in Osage, , and about a mile west of town in some way he lost control of his car, which turned over a couple of times on the paving. He was able to extricate himself and started to walk to Lakota when a passerby picked him up and Drought him to town. At first he .bought that he was not injured but later went to Dr. Pelz who, accompanied by Ralph Clark, took lim to his home at Estherville. The Ford garage wrecker brought his car to the garage for repairs. LONE BOCK NEWS M = |S v Every issue of your daily newspaper tells you that the rails are loaded with || ~ I.-.en ... machines ... ammunition . . . and every other supply related to win. g| == ning this war. That means that coal deliveries will have to be made a little at a = 5= time, so us not to interfere with these Yilal operations. And that's why it's so ^ == essential for you to place your order for next winter's coal supply now. You'll be = == assuring an adequate tonnage in your fo'n no matter how much zero weather g- == winter brings; you'll be helping speed up Victory! 5S s Phone 229 for the kind of Coal best suited to your needs. S " F. S. Norton & Son ( WflilllillllflM :/ .A ' Doris Marlow is visiting her ister, Mrs. Don Arns, at Algona. Phyllis Seegebarth left Tuesday or Kokomo, Ind., for a visit with ler father. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt ailed Sunday at the C. E. Sigsbee lome at Burt. Eugene Flitcher of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting at the Walter Thompson home. Helen Sprank and Joanne Flaig spent the week-end with Mary Ann Flaig at Algona. Mrs. Chas. Olson of Tacoma, Wash., is visiting at the home of Mrs. Lillie Thompson. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz of Mason City spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E. M, Hawks. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. John Reed at Livermore. Pvt. Willard Quinn of the 28th General Hospital, North Carolina, came Thursday to visit his parents, the J. F. QuinnsV He returned Friday, Frank and Clarence Householder went to Knoxville Saturday and returned Sunday. They visited their brother, Oscar, who is a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Patty and Mrs. Alfred Schultz visited Sunday at the John Sones home at Cedar Rapids. The Mothers' Club met with Mrs. Alfred Schultz Tuesday. Mrs. W. F. Schrader and Mrs. Donald Houck were on the entertainment committee. A pot luck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft and Mrs. Calvin Householder, Charles and Joe, were Sunday evening callers at the Fred Genrich home in honor of Mrs. Genrich's birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the J. F. Quinn home in hpnor of their son, Kyrwood, who leaves June 19th. for the army, were Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Margaret and Charles of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goeche and family, and B. J. Quinn, Patricia and Agnes. Mrs. Merle Jorgenson was pleasantly surprised when a group of friends dropped in to help her celebrate her birthday. Those attending W£re Mrs. W. F. Schrader, Mrs. M. r R. Hawlss, Mrg. Will Fischer, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Mrs. E. M. Hawks ajid Mrs. W. C. Hefter, LITTHERANS HOLD MISSION FEST AT LAKOTA SUNDAY Lakota—-The Lutheran Mission Festival was held Sunday with three services during the day The Rev. R. Taeuber, D. D., executive secretary of Foreign Missions of the American Lutheran church from Columbus, Ohio, was the speaker at the* morning service. He spoke in German at the afternoon service and the Rev. A Mardorf of Titonka spoke in English at that Service. The Rev. Taeuber showed motion picture: and explained the mission work, in New Guinea at the evening service. Special music Was rendered at each service and although it rained intermittently all day large crowds attended all services. The day's offering for. missions was $213.00. , METHODIST CHILDREN GIVE PROGRAM SUNDAY Sunday was Children's Day at the Methodist church and the Bible School pupils put on a very interesting program at the church service hours, with Mrs, Henry Mitchell in charge. The Rev. Edw. Cass, Mrs. Emory Smith and Katherine Becker had charge of the all-day lessons last week and .-the children gave a program of songs, exercises, demonstrations of their work, etc., at the service. A splendid display of posters, books, maps, color books and other work was exhibited in the church din- iMmt abk fittemieti, a«d,fhuf6h the Waitet fte&dayv Julie 1 24. Mr, ana M>S, l%fea „„. were Business visitors in Waterloo last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jutting of Rake were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Jutting's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John-Smith. Mr. awd Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht Emma Gutknecht and Genevieve Brewer were Fort Dodge visitors one day last week, Kay Murray was a Week-end visitor with Lois Peterson and the girls attended a show at Swea "ity Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, ,Tr. and Susan Lee of GowHe were visiting at the Roland Smith, Sr. and.A. C. Klocke homes-Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Converse of Minneapolis spent several days last week with her father, Arthur lastings, who is ill at his home here. * The Charles Olsons of Williams, owa, were Sunday visitors at the Slick Koppen home. Mrs. Rose Rahmstbck was also an afternoon visitor. ' '/.,-.• Calvin Ukena returned to rooklyn, N. Y., Saturday after vacation here With his parents nd other relatives. His sister. Amanda, accompanied him and will find employment there. Emory Smith, F.Cr 3/c Is spend- ng a two weeks furlough with is family here. He has been sta- oned at Orange, Texasr Mrs. mma Smith, his mother, and /Irs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, spent ". ""T faulty, . ' , t .. i -.4'*eilion 6f ffie ..... Bible school closed last Week Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Darnauer and, Fern Steriiel had charge of 22 children and Geneva Hans made a fine .map of Bible Lands to use in their work, • .The ttev, Edward casBj pastor of the Methodist church,-left Saturday fdr DubUtjue where Be paf- tlcipated in graduation exercises f He afro spent ,.. , , rtfUttUftg the latter isart bf the* week. . - ; , Recent vliitbrs fttUKtf isatfental Henry, BoettfcHef home were their *— -•• -* •••-« Boettcher, -flaugh, tf6tt» Mr. and Mrs, two wart. Pvt, who- enjbyed a Stockton Field, an AlVin Boettcher and little son, who had a vacation from defense work at Van Nuys, Calif. USED PLANK SALE 2:00 O'CIock P. M. / June 19 J. H. 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