The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1943 · Page 7
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The Alfona Uppef DCS Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 24, 1943 RIDGEWAY PASTOR FILLS SONS PULPIT AT SENECA SUNDAY Seneca—There will be services at 10'a. m. in the Blakjer Lutheran church at Seneca on Sunday, June 27th. The Rev. M. B. Quill of Ridgeway, Iowa, father of the student-pastor, David J. Quill, will conduct the service and bring the message. David J. Quill, who wns Ordained into the holy ministry on last Sunday in his father's parish at Ridgeway, is exchanging pulpits with his father on this coming Sunday morning. Pastor M. B. Quill has been at the Madison and Lincoln Lutheran Parish at Ridgeway for eight years. He was formerly in Waco, Texas, for over 20 years. His present parish is one of the oldest and best established in the Norwegian Lutheran church of America, the congregation being 90 years old, organized in 1853. Pastor Quill has had large experience in the mission field also. The First Lutheran church of 'Waco, Texas', which many have referred to as a "model congregation," was but a little group of six families when Rev. Quill came from the seminary in 1914. \ The Seneca Ladies Aid will hold their annual birthday party at the local church parlors Friday, July 2nd. Guests are welcome. Mrs. Ray Miller returned home from the General hospital at Al- gona Sunday morning. She had been hospitalized since Tuesday. The Seneca band are' planning to have a rehearsal, roller skating party and a wiener roast at Armstrong this week Thursday, evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg entertained members of their immediate family honoring Mrs. Wllberg's father, Jens Halyerson, on Sunday. Arnold Hanson was the guest of honor at a farewell party at the home of his parents, the Pete Hansons, last week Wednesday evening. Arnold left for a Des Moines induction center on Saturday. Mrs. Albin Nelson and Frances were entertaining members of their immediate family Monday evening in honor of Mr. Nelson on Father's Day. Those present were to include Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gielenfelt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman and children of near Bancroft, and Verdell Nelson, who is employed in the Lotts Creek vicinity. Gertrude Rqckey, Burt Teacher, Wed Sunday Burt—Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Bpr- bara, Erma Baars and Harold Grover attended the wedding of. Gertrude Rockey, a former Burt teacher, and Ronald Hatley, of Seattle, Wash., at the First Presbyterian church at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. Miss Baars sang at the wedding and Barbara sang at the reception, -which was held at the Woman's Club house. They will make their home at Seattle. &' STOCK UP ON COAL Take All Precautions Place your order for coal' with us NOW. allowing us plenty of time for your delivery. . Have your heating plant repaired, cleaned and inspected this summer. Don't waste fuel with a faulty heating system. * . * * Make your home "Heat Tight" with ?ONO- LITE insulation, weather-stripping, storm doors and storm windows. Order your storm sash and doors NOW so that we have plenty of time to make them. * -K -K Better call us right now.^ Don't put it off. •• • . V •*'': *• *•'•'• ; . Botsford Lumber Co. PHONE 256 JIM POOL FORMER LAKOTAN, OF KANSAS, VISITS OLD FRIENDS HERE Lakota—"Vic" Tripp, of Beloit, Kansas, was a week-end visitor with his son, Lawrence, and family. His brother, George Tripp, was killed when struck by a truck in his home town of Long Beach, Calif., early last week and the body was shipped to LaPorte, Iowa, for 'burial Friday. LaPorte was the old home town of the Tripp family and George was first to die of six brothers. The "Vic" Tripps were pioneers of this vicinity and he was a popular auctioneer for many years. Mr. Tripp, who is 7,7 years old, is in good health, as is also his wife, and they are operating a used furniture store in Beloit. LAKOTANS ATTEND 4-H RALLY AT ALGONA FRIDAY Emma Gutknecht, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Betty and Eva Eggerth, Helen Laabs, Lois Peterson, Wanda and Joan Heetland attended the 4-H Girls Rally at the shelter house in Call State ParK, near Algona, Friday afternoon. Alma Schultz, C. H. E., was in charge of the meeting. Evelyn Bode led the singing and sang a solo, "Four Leaf Clover." County Agent Brown gave a short talk; Mrs. C. C. Inmann talked on "4-H Opportunities"; Dr. Myer gave a talk on "Victory Through Vitality"; Dorothy Dreyer gave a very interesting report of her trip to the International 4-H N meeting at Chicago last'December. Lunch wus served at a prettily decorated tea table. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Dorothy and Genevieve Brewer were Mason City business visitors Friday. : The Edward Hagges and the Orville Koppens were Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Koppens in honor of Father's Day. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Christ at the Algona hospital last week and she has been named Rose Mary. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson at the Algona hospital last week and she has been named Deanne Marie. Jerry Heetland drove to Mankato, Minn., Saturday to meet his son, Ronald, who came home for a short visit, returning to Camp McCoy, Wis., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen entertained the Nick Koppens, Mrs. Merrill Westerlund and Mrs. Clifford Knutspn at supper Friday night honoring Ferdinand Koppen, M.M. 1/c, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moe, daughter, Eleanor, and her baby were Sunday evening visitors at the J. H. Warburtons. John Moe is in service and stationed in Indiana and Eleanor's husbdhd is stationed in North Carolina. Mrs. H. W. Zimmerman, nee Esther Buckels, is visiting her; parents,, Mr. and Mrs. A. IB. Buckels. Mrs. Zimmerman has been employed in San Antonio, Texas, where her husband has been stationed, but he was. recently transferred. A post-nuptial shower was held at the Grant Consolidated school house Friday evening honoring Mrs. James Mayne, nee Elnora Poppe. The neighbors were guests and 75 were present. A mock wedding was given for entertainment and lunch served. The,bride received many lovely gifts. Mesdames Bena Peterson, Jerry Heetland, Russell Winter and Albert McCarthy and the Misses Rosella and Henrietta Boeckleman attended a meeting of the U. S. W. at the library, in Algona Friday. Mrs. D. D. Monlux was in charge and officers for Fenton, Lakota and LuVerne were installed. Emory Smith, F.C. 3/, and his family drove to Forest City Saturday, where they visited the Roy Farringtons until Sunday. Mr. Farrington took Emory to Manley, where he took a train for Orange, Texas, after a furlough with his family. Mrs. Smith and the children drove home Monday. Bernice Winter, who is employed in Chicago, has been visiting SOMETIMES, when you've a long distance «all .to a place reached over lines that are extra biwy» the operator will say— "Plewe limit your col! to 5 ' . minuses. Others are waiting*". s This doesn't happen all the time because many long distance calls* especially to nearby places, go, through about as usual, Put whenever we have had to aik that call* be kept to 5 minutes, there has been « fine spirit •of cooperation froiw the public, iFor this, and for your help in making onjy necessary long distance e«Us, we say "thank you," NORTHWESTERN IfLL TEIEPHQNE COMPANY/ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Winter. Friday morning Pete Brewer took Mr. and Mrs. Winter and Bernice to Whittemore, where Bernice will visit her sister and family, the Con Higgins, before returning to Chicago. The elder Winters returned home the same day. The Nick Koppens, the P. L. Koppens, the Henry Olthoffs, Mr. and Mrs. Ray BeckSr, Martin and Robert "Becker, all of Lakota, and several people from other places were supper guests at the Martin Beckers in Portland township on Thursday evening. The event was in honor of Ferdinand Koppen, M.M. 1/c, and wife, who are visiting at the Nick Koppens. W. C. Schultz received a copy of the Litchfield, Minn., paper Frida'y, sent him by his sons there. The son, Melvin, who was reported missing, was later reported a prisoner in Italy. The following message was received via amateur radio in the East and wus sent to the family at Litchfield: "I arrived in Germany safe and feeling fine. Food is good. I receive Red Cross parcels regularly. Letter follows. Love, Melvin." Long-Distance Traveling Donald Christensen of Storm Lake traveled the 80 miles from Storm Lake to Ute in one day, making the trip by bicycle. NEWLYWEDS ARE HONORED IN GRANT SCHOOL FRIDAY Grant—A shower was held Friday evening at the school house in 1 honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Mayne. A mock wedding was performed with the following taking part: Mrs. Maynard Krasch as groom, Mrs. V. A. Barrett as bride, Mrs. Dale Waterbury as best man, Marion Mino as bridesmaid, Mrs. Ray Wentworth as ring bearer, Mrs. Roy Mino as flower girl. Betty Waterbury and Wanda Patterson lit the candles and Mrs. Al Zielske officiated. The bride carried a large bouquet of mustard blossoms. A single ring ceremony was performed, using a doughnut as the ring. Cake, coffee and sandwiches were served by the hostess, Mesdames Roy Mino, Maynard Krasc'l, Ray Wentworth, Dale Waterbury and Earl Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Mayne received many useful gifts and a purse of money. David Farrow was in St. Paul on a business trip Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morton VICTORY BIKE <29 9S If, light in jMteht, yrt hM eUiDGi* •tTongth norBiinn of iin- ^r**|FWi ^5» jpfo»*t ^M^™™"™ ^^ F**T proved constructipn processes •ntl features. It fe easier to pedal, runs imooifeer aw} i* ' &• yaw? P»p*We rtort for bicycle rattpninji Information, Insurance Ipr PB9 y*W Me- Uncle Sam says: "Keep 'Em Flying" I SAY KEEP THEM COMING! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 15 Lb. Peck Large CALIFORNIA POTATOES lOc Box of Iodized Salt FREE 74" 1 Dozen Canners' MASON JAR CAPS ....................................... 1 Dozen Mason Jar Rubbers FREE 23' 10 Lb. Bag ICE CREAM SALT lOc Box of Iodized Salt FREE 25' 10 Lb. Bag of TABLE SALT 2 Boxes of Mason Jar Rubbers FREE 25= 4 Rolls of Charmin TOILET PAPER .... 1 - lOc Polishing Cloth FREE 25' White's Market and daughter visited Sunday evening at the Del Barslow home. The Farmers' Saddle Club has been organized and meets in Swca City on Sundays. Several boys from here have entered their ponies. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richardson and Edyrean, Mr, and. Mrs. Alvin Richardson and son, Mrs. Mable Mino and Harold were Monday evening visitors at the David FarroWs. Joe Eckhart of Dolliver has been visiting in the home of his brother, Bruce, and assisting him in the creamery. A fire in the projection bootfa at the Sumner (theatfe caused ttf* tie damage but brought aft eVe- ning performance to an *nd*. Half a reel of film was destroyed, ^fhfi machine was b&ck in fufiniftg order the next day. We Were Innoculated With Hog Cholera Serum from LUSBY & GIOSSI Keep Your Hogs Free From Disease and Watch Them Grow Fat and Husky From the standpoint of your own pocketbook as well as the great world-wide need for food, you can't take a chance on losing a hog from cholera. Always a fresh and large supply of hog cholera serum on hand, at our store. Get yours today. 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