The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1943
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The Algotia Uppet Des Mbines, Algona, Iowa, June 17, 1943 LUVERNE YOUNG SPILL SATURDAY LuVerne— £i« LuVefrie young men were m6fe or- less injured in an automobile accident north of town late Saturday evening when a tire blew but on the car driven by Robert Satlford. ..Donald Meyer received a cut that took several stitches to close. Robert Miller received a broken shoulder blade. Dale Zentner cuts around his face and eyes, and Robert Sanford, Harding Hansen and Victor Baumgartner \vere more or less bruised. The car waS badly wrecked. The Arthur Rileys were dinner guests at Judd Berryhills at Livermore. Marilyn NeilSon has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. LeRoy Dawson at Mason, City. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Godfrey, of Chapin, were Sunday guests at Mrs. W. t 1 . Godfreys. Mre.-b. Roadie is visiting relatives and friends at Granger and Polk City this week. Mrs. FJ I. Chapman attended the CAR Flag Day picnic at Call Park Monday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Hefti underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson and daughter, Gloria, of Cherokee, were guests of Mrs. Peter Thompson Sunday. Doris Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller is a patient at the Kossuth hospital following an appendectomy performed there last Friday. Ralph Dimler, who Is employed at the Ankeny defense plant, spent the week-end at home 1 . The family plans to move, to Des Moines about July 1. Mrs. C. B. HUff and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert went to Mitchell, S. D., Saturday night to visit Mr. Huff and Mr. Dehnert, who are working on a defense project there. Bert Ramus, Des Moines, and Otto Ramus and family, whom the Des Moines Ramuses were visit- HARJORIE REDING, HAROLD FRIDERES MARRIED AT ST. JOE, MONDAY, JUNE 14 MACHINERY USED MACHINES 2-wheel Trailer/ Pick-up Hay Baler, with Motor Allis-Chahners "U. C.',' tractor, cultivator and lift. Reconditioned and guaranteed. Allis-Chalmers 20-35 tractor in excellent condition 2 3-14 Plows, reconditioned ' 2 Used 5-ft. Mowers Wagon and Wagon Box 2 Spring Tooth Harrows NEW MACHINES Planters Harrows Discs / Rotary Hoe Spring Tooth Harrows 1 Cone type Burr Mill, large capacity with elevator Hog Feeders (all sizes) Hog Waterers Baling Wire Twine Tractolube Oils and Greases Honeymead Feeds Firestone Farm Tires Cream Separators Endgate Seeders Electric Pump Jack with Motors Hammermill Belts *•• Bradley Bros. ng, were Sunday dinner guests at Charles Sorensons, near Corwith. F. H. Hinz, Jr.. has sold his arm, about a m .. as so s , ile east of Lu/erne, to a Mr. Kinseth, Bode. Chas. Wolf, has sold the residence Arthur Dimlers to cdupied by he Dimlers. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Goehring at Algona Money* The baby's father is in the ervice. iThe mother is the former Arlene Miller, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur Miller. Paul Blumer went to Detroit ast Thursday, called .there by the death of his sister, Mrs. Annd Ostroth. She was a former Lu- Verne resident and was the widow of an Evangelical pastor in De- roit. Miss Alice Koob, who is a student at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and her sister, Dorothy Koob, Goldfleld, visited several days last week at Arthur 3imlers. They are nieces of Mrs. Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus went to Mason City Thursday where their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Peterson, submitted to a major operation. Mrs. Ramus remained to be with the Peterson son while his mother Is in'the hospital. Mrs. Arthur Satre fend son, Stephen, arrived last Thursday from Rockford, 111., to visit her father, F. C. Fritzmeier, and to attend the wedding of her sister Marie, to Lieut. Carl Lang, Nora Springs, on Saturday, June 19. George Stoddard and Miss Joan Morrison of Rock Island, 111., Mrs. C. C. Bunch of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Nellie Stoddard, Renwick, were week-end guests at the Wm. Bigings home. Mrs. Bigings is the sister 1 of Mr. -Stoddard and Mrs. Bunch. A class who had not been attending the Lutheran church day school were confirmed at a beautiful service at the church Sunday morning. They were James Tindall, Otto Schipull, Margaret. Moeding and Madeline Olson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty left last Saturday to spend a week with their daughters, Ruth Lichty and Mrs. J: Ferguson McFall, in of flve young people So. Hotel Algona Phone 714 Chicago. While there they will attend a program at the Civic Opera House on June 15, in which their granddaughter, 3-year-old Adriene Joan McFall, will > take part. Mrs. Fred Hinz, the former Leona Ramus, Livermore, is assisting in the post office. Mrs. E. G. Mantey came last week Thursday to spend a couple of weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Tiede. Her home .is in Houston, Tex., and she brought some tomatoes from her garden and has already canned some of the tomatoes at home. One of the Mantey sons is entering the University of Texas, which opens July 1. The other son is still in high school. Mr. Mantey is employed in the Houston post office, »St. Joe—Marjorie, daughter of Ytr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Jarold Frlderes, son of the late Nicholas and Josephine Frideres, were married Monday, June 14, at 9 o'clock in St. Joseph's church »y Rev. Father 'George Theobald. Wass servers were Donald and Bob Reding, Dick Capesius and Leonard McGuire. Rita Thul played ;he wedding march and for hign mass and was assisted by eighteen members Of the choir.. The bride was attired in a white silk marquisette gown with long train, wore a finger tip veil and pearl tiara; She carried a bouquet of beia cliff roses and white snap dragons and wore a three-strand pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. Agatha Thilges, cousin of the groom, was bridesmaid and wore a blue marquisette gown with white velva ray floral design. She wore a short blue veil and carried a bouquet of Komoco carnations and white snap dragons. The groom was attended by Marvin Reding, brother of the bride, and both men wore light suits and a white carnation boutonniere. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents with a three-course- dinner served to 35 guests.-A wedding dance was held in the Figoura ballroom at Livermore for the many relatives and friends of the newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Frideres will be at home on the groom's farm west of St. Joe. Tech. Cpl. Clarence Smith arrived here last Thursday from Fort Knox, Ky., for a 15-day fur- 'ough. Elvina Thill, of St. Benedict, spent last week at the Math Faber iome. This week Arlene Faber is at the John Thill home. George Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller, of the naval recruiting station at Des Moines, spent the week-end here with his parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins of Livermore are the parents of a son born June 11, at the Kossuth hospital. They now have two boys and one girl. Mrs. Collins is the former Martha Becker, daughter of Mrs. Ida Becker, St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Doris Ann took Pvt. Wilfred News Items of Wesley Vicinity the Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, June 23. The Methodist Ladies Aid real^zed $55 from their chicken supper, which they served Wednesday. Are Proud of You Brother FARMER! "The health and well being of every American and fighting ally depends upon the food you raise on your farnij" And our men In uniform salute you} It's no easy Job today . . . with farmhands carrying guns Instead of driving tractors, and machinery thpt Is sometimes irreplaceable on short notice— always needing repairs But we'll bank on the American fanner to see his Job through , t , to Victory anJ after. It is OUB job to fceeu fariu production going with maximum efficiency . t . and with pride and pleasure we serve you , . , Brother Farmer, who serve all freedom»fighting nations of the .world, N ^, Lumber for Portable Poultry and Hog Houses Kohlhaas to the union depot at St. Paul Sunday morning from which point he left for Fort Lewis, Wash,, after a furlough with home folks here. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, June 6, at the Kossuth hospital. They have one other child, a boy. The new baby was baptized Ruth Ann Sunday by Father George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Anna Geischicher and Nick Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Math Faber and Arelen, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Plathe, Mr. and and Mrs. Bob, Mr. Adolph Fuhrman and Mrs. Delrriar Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres and daughters and Mrs. Rosella Frideres and children, all of this vicinity,, attendee^ a picnic dinner at the John Thill' home, St. Benedict, last Sunday, in honor of Mrs. Thill's birthday.' ——-X . Home Front in Casualty Lists The first man we have heard about who received his service wound in a Victory garden is Fred Plaehn of Audubon. Fred stepped on a rusty nail leaving a v/ound in his foot necessitating cauterizing by a physician. ' Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. . In District Court No. 5029 March Term, 1943 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Ben F. Felt, deceased, dated January 9, 1925, having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday the 14th day of July, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk 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 if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 14, 1943. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. QUARTON & MILLER, Attorneys. 24-26 Max Studer of the F.B.I, visited at the Alf Studer home Thursday night. His family lives at Mason Uty. J. P. Studer was elected chancellor of the Knights of Columbus at a meeting held in Algona last week. "Bud" Alne and RoberfKirk- patrick are employed on the construction of the hemp plant near Algona. v Miss Mildred Fox was hostess to the Embroidery Club Friday night at the home of Thelma Oppedal. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bebo and children were called to Flandreau, S. D., Friday by the death of her grandmother. Mrs. Henry Weiland was hostess to the Hutchins Bible Study group Friday. Mrs. E. M. Paulson is the teacher. Mrs. Sophia Fritsch of Austin, Minn., spent several days over the week-end at her parental Joe Hauptman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz were Sunday visitors at the Leo Goetz home. Jeannine Studer went to Estherville Tuesday morning for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Julius Kelch, and family. W. M. Klein of Stanhope, Ala., came last week to look after his land interests here. Ray Bornholts and Hugh O'Briens live on his farms. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern and two children of Thornton were week-end visitors at the Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and Leo West homes. Charlotte and Ardene Monson returned Sunday from Marshalltown, where they had visited several weeks. They were former Marshalltown residents, Mrs. Peter Larson and sons of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and family of Iowa Falls were Friday evening visitors at the Lester Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease went to Fort Dodge Monday morning to attend a grain dealers summer convention, which was held at the Warden Hotel. Loren Lease is assisting with chores and farm work at the Ollie Olson farm. Mr. Olson is suffering from an infection in a finger, which he injured several weeks ago in a corn sheller. Pfc. Peter Goraczowski of Long Island, N. Y., who is enjoying a furlough with his parents at Swea City, spent Monday here with his friend, Edward Johnson. The two boys formerly were employed at Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer arid Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly spent the week-end at Mason City visiting at the Max Studer and Larry Dalgetty homes. Mrs. Dalgetty is the former Lillian Studer, a sister of Alf and Max. The C. D. of A. will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening, June 23. At the last meeting a very interesting letter from Alvina Oppedal, a WAVE at the Great Lakes Naval Station, was read by Mrs. Alfred Erdman, Grand Regent. Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke, Mr. and Mrs. August Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer and their families, Alf Studer and Lou Ricke attended the funeral of Mrs. Leo Studer at Forest City Monday morning, June 7th. Mrs. E. J. Titus of Britt suffered a bruised shoulder one day last week when she accidentally opened the back door of the family car as she and her husband were driving to their farm where their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Oscar Johnson, liv*e.' "Mrs. Leon Smith and family of Fort Dodge left last week for New Jersey, where Capt. Leon Smith is serving with the army. Mrs. Smith Will be remembered as Esther, daughter of Albert Kleinpeter, and Dr. Smith operated a dental office here several years ago. Mrs. Lawrence Wingert went to Dubuque Friday where she attended the ordination of her cousin, John Roskopf of Marshalltown, to the priesthood on Sunday morning. Father Roskopf will say his first mass at Marshalltown Sunday and relatives from here plan to attend. Raymond Carlson was honored at a farewell party Friday evening by the Sunday School class of the Congregational church. The picnic was held at the Call State Park in Algona. A weiner roast was enjoyed and a gift was presented Raymond, who leaves soon for induction into the U. S. army. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and son of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig and Master Sgt. Gordon Loebig went to Ames Sunday morning to see Alvin toteblg, had been Naval Air Corps Station at Vernon to Arties. man, who went with Alvin t& Vernon, is awaiting his BIG GAIN NEWS Many farmers in the Masai City territory interviewed by our Big Gain Reporter ten week, claim that Big Gaitt ?& and Sow Ration has saved 100 Ibs. of flesh on a nursing sow, the little pigs retain their baby fat and wean themselves. These customers also said that they keep their pigs on Big Gain Pig and Sow Ration until the little pigs weigh 75 or 80 Ibs., and with this statt, will reach the early market. Sold by-— Whittemore Produce, Whittemore K&H OH Company, Hurt J. P. Lorenz, Wesley Ulfers Stockyards, Algona Red Cross,Accents,,Anything Fred Poppen, Winneshiek county farmer and horse breeder, has donated a purebred Belgian stallion to the county chapter of Rec Cross. The animal was to have been sold at auction June 2 anc the proceeds devoted to the uses of the Red Cross. Recently the chapter received another donation —a Belgian colt from William Beard, and this animal brought $54 at auction. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY,'SS. In District Court No. 5027 March Term, 1943 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, Tha an instrument of writing purportr ing to be the last Will and Testament of Gertrude Spilles, deceased, dated April 14, 1937, having been this day filed, openec and read, Tuesday the 6th day of July, 1943, is fixed tor hearing proof of same at the Court House in AJgona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interestec are- hereby notified and requirec to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument •should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 8 1943. 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