The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1943
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'.{*• • ; Th* Alfdfta tippet tte* Molites, Afcdft*, Iowa, June 17, 1943 ONION TOWNSHIP o i tf AD fitf tu/H! oAlLUK oKlmjd BRIDE SATURDAY Union —John Milton Gardner, A.A.M. 2/c, of Sail Francisco, Calif., arrived Saturday evening bringing with him a bride, the former Josephine Ryan of Chicago. He was married enroute here. He and his bride left Monday evening for Chicago, where she will remain with her folks as living , quarters oh the coast are hot available and" his plans at present are indefinite. They visited his parents, Mr.'and Mrs. Delos Gardner, and a brother, Leon, and family. Mrs. George Boevers was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona •by ambulance Monday afternoon. She became suddenly ill and'her case was diagnosed as infection of the kidney. Her many friends hope for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. 1 John McNeill at- tended the wedding last Saturda in Algona of Mrs. McNeillS ohl sister, Mar? Cruickshank. Other from Union attending were th Leonard and Frank Cruickshanks and Joe and Will Relker an Laura Hohenstein. Pvti Stuart Thompson of Cam Vah Dorn, Miss., came last Wee: to attend the funeral of his father in-law, a Mr. Saunders, of San croft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomp son of Union also attended the las rites, which were held Monday morning at Bancroft. Pvt. Thomp son was home on a furlough onl; a month ago. * Mrs. Ole Johannesen was the honored guest at a family dinne at the Henry Looft home Sunday The occasion was her birthday anniversary, Which she observe on Thursday. Those present in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vahl dieck and Irene, Ringsted: Mr and Mrs. Hang Presthus and chll dren and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc Presthus jand daughter, Bancroft also Mr. 'Johannesen and Tilda the John Johannesens and Law rence Johannesens, Lone Rock and the TVtark Wilbergs.- , In Checks, Plaids, Stripes Cotton dresses are here In a wide variety of styles and materials. All are washable, with excellent tall-' orlng and fitting qualities. All sizes, including half sizes. •'.:, 2.98 5.95 Kresensky's New Arrivals in Mexican Play Shoes "Non-Rationed" , FOB WORK—FOB PLAY Several new types In tlierie Mexican Hurochas {' Many sizes are ~ small e n on g ii for'the children.' MRS. S. E. S1KALEY TOHEADFENTON AUXILIARY UNIT / Fenton—The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the hottid of Mrs. Earl Dean. Eledtlon of officers took place With the following results: President, Mrs. S. E. Straley, vice president, Mrs. Sam Warner; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby; program chairman, Mrs. George Jorgenson; sergeant-at- arms, Mrs. Henry Teman; fiistor- ian, Mrs. John Kramer of Whittemore. The Auxiliary is assisting the Legion in the collection of old phonograph records. They may be left at either the Newel Hardware or the Stoeber Hardware stores. A sewing club was organized to meet once a month to sew carpet rags for the Veterans' hospital in Knoxville. Mrs. Hans Baago will entertain the club at the first meeting, which will be held Thursday, June 17. A yearly report was given by the president and a treasurer's report was also given. The July meeting will be at the home of Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. There will be installation of officers with Mrs. Baago, county president, in charge. SUNDAY GATHERING IN HONOR OF GAIL HAASE A gathering was held Sunday at the Mrs. Carrie Haase home in Algona honoring Gail Haase, merchant marine, Norfolk, Va., and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips. Other guests were Harry Widdel, Marian and Jim; Mr. and Mrs. Walt Widdel; Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Widdel and Linda; Mr. #nd Mrs. Theo Weisbrod; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase; Shirley and Lorraine Wegener; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haase and Gary; Mrs. Herman Gade and family; Mrs. Clifford Haase and two children of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krause and family of Renwick. Phyllis Gade began work Monday morning at the telephone office in Algona. Florence Weisbrod and Louise Baker of Des Moines came Friday night for a visit at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Salina Hantelman, teacher in the Waterloo schools, is home visiting her mother, Mrs. Dan Hantelman. Mrs. Bertha Klatt of Virginia, Minn., came Saturday and will visit this week at the Augusl Meyer home. She is a sister of Mr. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei and Alfred Schlei spent Sunday at Klemme. They attended the Children's Day exercises in Klemme and were guests of the Edwin Jostens there. Mrs. A. H. Brass was taken ta Rochester Wednesday morning by her son, William, and her daughter, Mrs. Theo. Ostwald, of Whittemore. On Saturday morning she underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker of Lester and Elinor Denker of Omaha came Saturday night for a visit at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Mrs. Denker remained here for a longer visit and the others left here Sunday evening. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Florence and Mrs. Don Weisbrod were Sunday evening callers at the Mrs. Caroline Bohling home, near Hurt. Mrs. Bohling, an aunt of Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, celebrated her 85th birthday that day. The Independence Idealist 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the Harry Backus home, with Irene acting as hostess. Talks were given by the following: Beverly Oskvig talked on "Moths", Marian Oskvig on "Cotton" and Doris Berkeland on "Victory Gardens." Edith Laage, Des Moines teacher, came home Saturday morning for the summer at the parental C. F. C. Laage home. She was accompanied home by her niece, Betty Jean- Schwartz, who is taking nurses' training there, and Georgia Gerhart, who visited here briefly. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brooks of [owa Falls and their grandson, Grant, came Saturday for a brief visit at the John Light home. After a six o'clock dinner Mr. and Mrs. Brooks left for Forest City to visit at the Chas. Hobbs home and 'Grant remained here for a visit with his grandparents. Ervin Votteler was honored at a farewell dinner Sunday at the iiome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Ervin left Sun- iay night for Des Moines, where le was inducted Monday morning .nto the Seabees. Dinner guests were Fletcher Burwash, George Peril, Valerian Jentz, Ervin Bor:hard, Harold Eimers, Wayne Tinnestad, Donald Berkland and Marie Seman of Algona. West Bend Vicinity News Items 3.45 J7 -* 0 * *" Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman and'daughter, Linda, were Algona callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gronback and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman were visitors in Spencer Friday. Mrs. Elmer Ferden and children and Mrs. Jim Truelson and daughter were Algona callers Saturday Delbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgeman, is to leave this week-end for service in the army Miss Bernita Studer of Lu- Verne spent last week at the home of her brother/Henry Studer, and family. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Thacker and son. of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Thacker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorsen and daughters of Graettinger spent the week-end at the Emery Bevard home. Mrs. Julius, Studer and daugh- er, Bernita, of LuVerne spent VIonday at the -home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer. Mrs. Joe Amdahl returned home fter a few days visit- with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Gippner, and family at Okoboji. Mrs. Walton DeWitt and daugh- er, Maurine, are visiting at the icme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "1. R. Baker, at LuVerne. Mrs. Rudy Bonnstetter and chil- ren, Mrs. Mary Nessen and Mrs. 'red Summerhays and daughter vere Algona callers. Friday. Cpl. Arthur Freiden returned to Camp Campbell, Ky., after spend- ng a week with his parents, Mr! nd Mrs. Charles Freiden. Miss Sena Miller of Oregon is isiting her father, Joe Miller, fliss Miller is on her way to New York, where she has a position. Mrs. Eleanor Rue returned from Rochester, Minn. She had been called there by the illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Mersch. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferden and children spent Sunday, at Fort Dodge with Mr. Ferden's sister, Mrs. Lester Gustavson, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund and sons returned to their home at Rapid City, 111., after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Peril. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman and daughter spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Balgeman's parents, Mr." and Mrs. Axel Enger in Bode. Mrs. Kermit Mendell and daughters, Karen and Karla, returned to their home at Alden after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Freiden. Miss Margaret Miller went to Mankato, Minn., to enroll as a student at Mankato Business college. Miss Miller is a member of the class that graduated in May from the West Bend public school. George Blake, U.S.N., left for Boston, where he will join a crew. He visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Blake, near West Bend, and his wife and two sons at Pocahontas. George has been doing patrol duty near New Caledonia. RINGSDORF BOY, OREGON, INJURED IN TRACTOR SPILL Burt—'Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf recently received word from her son, Earl, in Oregon, that his son, Marvin, had been run over by a tractor. The tractor passed over his hips, breaking both pelvic bones. He was in the hospital but getting along nicely. The 399 Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Hugh McDonald. The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. W; J. Lockwood. Mrs. J. C. Geesman spent a few days over the week-end visiting a sister at Melvin. C. W. Patterson went into Chicago Saturday evening with a load of sheep he was marketing. , Mrs. Ves Robinson, Bancroft, spent Sunday evening with her sister, Mrs. Carl Reynolds. * Mrs. Fred Jennings went to Rochester, Minn., last week Wednesday to go through the clinic there. Bernadine and Merle Ollom returned Saturday from Waterloo, where they had spent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were Fort Dodge visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. Miller attended a grain dealers' meeting. Richard Chipman returned Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where he had spent a number of weeks following an operation. W. E. Brace was taken sick Saturday morning. His daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley, of Fenton, is spending a couple of weeks at the Brace home. , Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader and son, Max, visited Mrs. Schrader's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, at Elmore, Minn., last Thursday. Mrs. W. H. Steward went to Iowa City last week Wednesday, where she underwent an opera' tion at the University hospital Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill returned Saturday from Nora, Minn., where they had taken Mr. Trunk-hill's daughter, Mrs. J. T. Heavey, and Dawna on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Streucher and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie attended the funeral of Mr. Streucher's grandmother, Mrs. Drewes, at Whittemore Monday afternoon. Lightning struck the old Smith house, in which the Clayton Johnsons live, early Sunday morning. The fire alarm was turned in and help arrived immediately. Only small damage was caused. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Mrs. Bertha Wallace were entertained at the Harold Steward home Friday evening in honor of R. F. Hawcott's 75th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Julius Holder hbme at Emmetsburg. In the afternoon they attended the 35th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Will Maroschek at Ayrshire. Monday was Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace's 19th wedding anniversary. They were surprised Sunday evening by a group of their friends who gathered to help celebrate the occasion. They included the S. E. Straleys, Fenton, the Fred Habergers, H. A. Salisburys, Raymond Vogels and Wayne Manns. Mrs. John Henning and two children of Mishawaka, Ind., came last week Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Henning's mother, Mrs. Mar? Steward,- afld dtfcef i relatives. On Sunday the Ha Stewards, Ralph Stewards Paul Maaauleys had & plchi ___ them at the Steward*Ma6aiiH# home. Mrs. Henning and one M" her children left Monday, but Clarence remained for a longer visit. Legionnaires at Horn* New headquarters of the Water* Post of American Legion at Wtku* kon is the old couhty Jail. Th* sheriff's quarters, 'Will be used fOt the recreation rooms and the old cell block will be used for lodg* rooms. T* Elizabeth Ashline, 21 -year-old! school teacher at Oneida, abandoned summer vacation plans t* raise 320 White Rock chicks at her home in Manchester. WHOLESALE REDUCED PRICES ON Chicks Sexed White Leghorns and Austra-Whites Only four more hatches—. June 29th -K * * You can't go wrong on Swea City Chek-R-Chiks. * * * Come or phone your order at once. Swea City Hatchery Automobiles : f'~ ' ' __•„.. Insured Over 1300 In This Locality! Better Rates Better Service 80% Collision L. S. Bohannon Over S&L Store f'7 Head Lettuce :! 2 lr 29c Green Peppers £«",.« 29c SUNKIST FANCY Lemons 3 L.«. 14c 4 MI. 15c CANTALOUPE '•r:,'; 1 ,,,29c H FANCY WRAPPED Winesap Apples 3u 25c EXTRA FANCY JUICY CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES Large Size Doz. Size rDois.. ^BESMESS BUY THE BEST \-> Quart Bottle CORNFLi 11 or. NO POINTS! SAVE! ~ I "^^ HI>M ^^^"""•"~«—^^—««^^^« MK^^^HB^mM^vM FANCY SUGAR SWEET SEEDLESS RAISINS 25Lb.Bo* _2.89 2 Lb, Package 25c EXTRA FANCY PACKAGE SEEDED OR SEEDLESS SEXTON NEWS Mrs, John Huff, Sr., is visiting her son, John Huff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genrich were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and children visited with Mr. and Mrs, Claire Robinson on Sunday afternoon. • Miss Dorothy Brethorst left Wednesday 'for a visit with Miss Verna Brethorst at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. , Mr. and>Mrs. John Voss, Sr., and daughter, ^Dolores, and Mr, and Mrs, Johij VPSS, Jr., arid sons of Lu Veme were Sunday dioner guests at the Herman Wise home, The Sexton Church Builders Class held a picnic at the home pf Mr, an<} Mrs. Fred Brethorst PR Sunday. A picnic dinner was served at noon. Those attending enjoyed a yery social afternoon. Mr. and Ws- Ferd Brethorst vrtH have the meeyng & July, The Sexton pjble School pre, seated «• vsiy jnter^stiu varied BJpirajR PB Sunday, to$. Music was ta qharg/ of Everett Steven. Children learned S-T-R-E-T-C-tt your new Shoe Stamp 18 with . and songs. There were ft ty pupUs garolled (j ftrge wf$kj, Hey. J. A..< children with S * L's STH YTO\S and BENTON SQUARES STRATONS ... the utmost in dollarrfor-dollar value tp help stretch the worth of your Stamp 18. Popular military and moc toe styles in fine> flexible leathers for extra walking mileage and comfort. In rich Army russet. Sizes 6 to 12. if ten Widths A to D, t O RAISINS 15 oz. Pkg. 15c SUGAR SWEET FRESH STOCK PRUNES 3 25, 'Lb. Box. -Me 246 FINEST QUALITY GAUZE TOILET TISSUE Rolls tery. or PMC toe styles t j^t look great! la soles i» j^t *» FINE WOOD FLAT TOOTH PICKS PI*. 4c jOld Dutchi 1 Cleanser 1 Old Dutch VANILLA B^g" 1 ft* VMI1ILLM Imitation ..„ 8 oz. 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